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

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mnnnui1969-70 Jolly Roger "Hail dear old Anthony Hats off to you Ever you '11 find us Loyal and True Firm and undaunted Always we'll be Hail to the school we love Here's a toast to thee" Anthony High School Anthony, Kansas a DONATED BY JACK BENDER III AUGUST 2004 0 l MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Genealogy Local History Branch 317 W. Highway 24 Independence, MO 64050 ry orancn GE MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 0000 12675215 7 Foreword 2 .'• -row ■ I Bill“Sounds” was chosen as the theme of this Jolly Roger because it has played a dominant role in the life of every student who has attended Anthony High through the years. The sounds have changed from the buzz of the bi-planes to the roar of the jet beasts, and will change to whatever tomorrow will bring, but some, those of opportunity, authority, spirit, laughter, silence, echo from the past and will remain in the future. 3Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 2 ADMINISTRATION 14 CURRICULUM 15 ORGANIZATIONS 35 ATHLETICS 44 FAVORITES 56 SENIORS 68 JUNIORS 79 SOPHOMORES 86 FRESHMEN 92 ADVERTISERS 98 CREDITS 113 INDEX 115 HISTORY 11856 ■ ■ITTSounds of Opportunity 1Anthony High has been a building of opportunity since it was occupied in Jan- uary of 1921. Two thousand five hundred ninety four young men and women have graduated leaving behind the echo of many sounds - those of footsteps, voices register- ing acclaim, laughter, approval, disgust. Though the times have changed since 1921, her students basically remain the same, having the same emotions, hopes, ideals, and fond memories of days at Anthony High. 910gaiaa-gtei Sounds °f Laughter II12 TO7t an■ —- .'.■litlirj. ■ISt'Ami Sounds Administration Principal, GERALD VICKERS RIGHT SEATED: BYRON SMITH, Superintendent STANDING: DONALD GASPER, Assistant BELOW: J. C. BAKER, Counselor 14 1 BOARD OF EDUCATION: John Heavin, Dick Watt, J. W. Bayless, Gerald Fisher, Charles Masner, Herbert Mathes, Elizabeth Galloway, Chester Babcock.mm English Department VELMA RENEAU M.A., Wichita State University Teaches English I, II, Remedial, and Practical MELVIN RIGGS M. S., Kansas State College at Pittsburg Teaches English IIA, IVA, and IVB MIKE ROSEBERY B. A., Northwestern State College Teaches English IA, and IIIA and IIIB 15Foreign Language and Library MARY SMITH A. B., Fort Hays State College Librarian and French I and II J. R. SMITH B. A., Northwestern State College Teaches Spanish I, II, and III 16MYREL CARR B. S teaches speech, Jan Morrow - - Jonathan Forbes Brad Allen - - • Alma----------- Pierot ........ Mrs. Walters - Tony Walters - Marie---------- Ellen......... Yvette......... Miss Conrad - - Supervisor----- Miss Dickenson Policeman - - ■ Bessie--------- Mrs. Frost----- Graham--------- Girl in Club - - Tilda......... Ann............ Stage Crew - - . Emporia State journalism, debate PILLOW TALK CAST Teachers College - - Pam Baird - - - David Ryan Doug Warbinton Anita Hamliton - - Scott Newton LuAnn Hughes Gary Salsberry - - - Linda Croft - Judy Reymer - - Janet Wilson - - Linda Croft - - Janet Wilson - - Linda Croft - - Rick Garlow ■ - Judy Reymer - - Linda Croft ■ - David Ward - - Judy Reymer - Judy Reymer ■ LuAnn Hughes -----Steve Lott Floyd Cash 17STANDING: Co-Editors David Wyssmann, Janice Barrett; Adviser Mrs. Myrel Carr, SEATED: Eric Jacobsen. Journalism RESOLVED: That Congress should prohibit unilateral U. S. Military intervention in for- eign countries. BACK ROW: Curtis Ghormley, Betli Wilcox, Mrs. Myrel Carr, Coach, FRONT ROW: Connie Otis, Howard Schmidt, Terry Otis, Mary Cleveland, Marge Barber, STANDING: Brad Newton Attended meets at Newton, Fredonia, Manhattan, Wichita East, Sterling (regional), Alva, Okla. Debate BOOSTER STAFF Jim Mock, Janice Barrett, Yvonne Lee, Maurita Hudgens, Linda Croft, David Wyssmann, Pam Rishell, Pauletta Williams, Mary Catlin, Judy Armstrong, Pam Powell 18Mathematics ELMER RHODES M. S. Northwestern State College, Alva, Okla. teaches algebra I,II, geometry, 5th year math JOHN RYMAN M. S. Kansas State Teachers College of Pittsburg teaches general math, advanced math, chemistry, physics 19Science Department TOM COLE B. S. Northeastern Oklahoma State College, Tallequah, Okla. teaches physical science, biology, advanced biology 20Business BUCILLA BLAIR M.S. Northwestern State College, Alva, Okla. teaches typing I, bookkeeping, office practice, shorthand 21RIGHT: J. W. SHURLEY M. S. Northwestern State College, Alva, Okla. teaches American government, his- tory, head basket- ball and tennis coach LEFT: STEVE DOMENICO M. S. North- western State College, Alva, Okla. teaches American history, world history, boys health and P.E., head football coach BOTTOM: JIM WILLIAMS M.S. Northwest- ern State College, Alva, Okla. teaches psychology, sociology, Kansas history, economics, head cross-country, wrestling, and track coach 22Physical Education and Health LAURA CLARK M.S. Emporia State Teachers Col- lege teaches girls health and P. E. 23The first domestic science (Home Ec.) lab was located in the basement of the Washington School on a dirt floor with two coal oil stoves and one pedal sewing machine. 24Industrial Arts RALPH JOHNSTON M. S. University of Colorado, Greely, Colorado WALTER WIECHEN B. S. Fort Hays State College, Hays 25Special Services TOP RIGHT: Shirley Wyssmann, secretary; Nellie Robinson, book- keeper. TOP LEFT: Mr. Ernest Schwanz, custodian. COOKS: BACK ROW: Bernice Huddleston, Helen Morris, Donna Piersall, Clara Newton, FRONT ROW: Rhoda Holt, Loraine Mess- ner. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Mary Mize, school nurse. BOTTOM LEFT: BACK ROW: Mrs. Ellen Rishell, Mrs. Lois Linn, Mrs. Maurine Williams, Mrs. Pat Wil- cox, Mrs. Donna Hanna, FRONT ROW: Jerry Goucher, Roy Birch- enough, Rex Messner, Warner Bon- hert, Bill Brown. 26Music FAR LEFT: RICHARD BUSBY B. M. Friends University, Wichita directs mixed chorus, Choraliers, ensembles RIGHT: WENDELL HODGES M. M. Wichita State University directs band, stage band, pep band, ensembles 27Anthony "Pirate” Band 1970 The Pirate Band has developed a reputation of playing the finest quality of music and of excellence in performance. The Band has received seventeen consecutive First Division Ratings in State sponsored competition. This record is unexcelled in our state. The solo and ensemble ratings have been compar- able to this example set by the Band. In marching appearances the Band has proven itself as one of the finest in the State. Marching com- petition festivals are relatively new, but the Band has received the highest ratings in all of the festivals entered. The Pirate Band has been honored by being invited for special appearances at Wichita State, Southwestern, Fort Hays State and Emporia State. Another criteria that speaks for the quality of the Band program is a list of Universities, Colleges and Junior Colleges where our Band members have become members of the Bands. The department has been awarded numerous scholarships averaging more than two per year. 28 Stage Band TWIRLERS: LuAnn Hughes, Judy Reymer, Sharon Stewart, Kathy Coffman, and Pam Powell, DRUM MAJOR: Jeff Hodges. Anita Hamilton, Marilyn New- ton, Mary Lane, Nancy Foster, Marj Barber and Pam Powell. 29 Beethoven Sextet State ILou Ann Bruey, Becky Reber, Dennis Dodgen, Nancy Dillon, Marj Barber, and David Duwe. ROW 1: Jane Jelinek, Jane Denton, Nancy Foster, Jane Duwe, Teresa Mitchell, Mary Lane, Sharon Stewart, and Pam Baird, ROW 2: Dennis Dodgen, Patty Vierthaler, Pam Rishell, Mike Bonham, Phil Hodson, Nancy Dillon and Barbara Poston. Sophomore Sextet Clarinet Choir State I ROW 1: Jeff Hodges, Chuck Deuth, Brad Newton, Terry Niemann, Marilyn Newton, Anita Hamilton, Rod Runyan and Bob Wells, ROW 2: Jim Mock, Randy Patterson, Larry Scott, Jim Stitt, Curtis Ghorm ley, Steve Lott and Mark Bev- ington. Brass Choir State I ROW 1: Belinda Shelite, Nancy Dillon, Marj Barber, Jayne Snyder, Judy Reymer, and Jane Jelinek, ROW 2: Jeff Hodges, Terry Niemann, Jim Mock, Curtis Ghormley, David Duwe, Mark Bevington, and Mary Cleveland. Soloists 30Nancy Foster, Pam Baird, Mary Lane and Sharon Stewart. Clarinet Quartet II Brass Quintet State I Jane Jelinek, Teresa Mitchell, Jane Denton and Jane Duwe. Jeff Hodges, Chuck Deuth, Jim Stitt, Rod Runyan and Jim Mock. Brad Newton, Terry Nie- mann, Curtis Ghormley, Bob Wells, Larry Scott, and Steve Lott. 31 3233Mr. Richard Busby has done very well his first year of teaching in «the Anthony school system. The Mixed Chorus received a I rating at both SKL and State Festivals. GIRLS ENSEMBLE State II Joyce Gates, Susan Roth, Margaret Sheen, Ruth Misak, Judy Wilcox, Linda Linn, Anita Hamilton, Janice Barrett, Pam McKee, Annette Clutter, Marilyn Newton, Pam Baird, Kathy Coffman, Carol And- erson, Debbie Evans, Melissa Mills, Rita Otis, Lou Ann Bruey, Kathy Walker, Jane Jelinek, Doris Ale- shire, LuAnn Hughes, and Carol Clutter. MIXED ENSEMBLE State I Mary Cleveland, Jeannie Crow, Nancy Foster, Mary Lane, Marilyn Jelinek, Jo Patterson, Lois Scott, Belinda Shelite, Rod Runyan, Mike Brewer, Jerome Gates, Howard Schmidt, Jim Mock, Jeff Hodges, David Walker, Curtis Ghormley. SOLOISTS Curtis Ghormley, David Walker, Belinda Shelite, Mary Lane and Jo Patterson. Mixed Chorus Concert Choraliers rehearse 34ORGANIZATIONSJolly Roger Recalls Memories The Jolly Roger Staff is made up of a group of students who want to work hard, get pages in and meet the deadlines. Since this is our last year, the yearbook has been designed to be a memorial of A. H. S. and the staff has tried to find as much history as possible. Many people outside of the organi- zation are to be thanked for their help. We hope this will bring back memories of high school years. The sponsor is Mrs. Carr. The Jolly Roger Staff members are: Editor-----------------Regina Hoopes Assistant---------------Nancy Foster Business Manager - Sharon Stewart Assistant---------------Kathy Walker Jerome Gates Daryl Salser Linda Linn Marge Barber Mary Lane Ruth Misak LuAnn Hughes Mike Bonham Kendall Powell 36Student Council Achieves Goals Student Council is the governing body and an organization that gives its members a chance for practical experience in training for citizen- ship. Their goal is to help make a better school and community. The organization is made up of repre- sentatives from classes and organi- zations. The sponsor is Mr. Shur- ley. The officers are President, Gary Robinson; Vice President, David Ward; Secretary-Treasurer, Pam Powell. 37FTA Experiences Teaching FTA was organized in 1966 to give students an op- portunity to work and decide on a career for themselves. They discuss both sides of teaching and in some cases a member participates in student teaching and experiences what a teacher goes through. The sponsor is Mr. Riggs. The officers are President, Doug Warbinton; Vice Presi- dent, Jeff Hodges; Secretary-Treasurer, Judy Wilcox; Stuco. Rep. , LuAnn Hughes. St1 3 38Y-Teens Strive Growth in the knowledge and love of God is the Y-teens main goal. They seek to promote un- derstanding, friendship and world peace. Two events each year nave been Heart-Sister Week and the Mother-Daughter Banquet. They also had money-making proj- ects and participated in a drive for cystic fibrosis. Mrs. Blair is the sponsor. The officers are Presi- dent, Rhonda George; Vice Presi- dent, Nancy Foster; Secretary, Mary Lane; Treasurer, Kathy Walker; Stuco. Rep. , Jane Den- ton; Program Chairman, Debbie Fleenor.FHA Practices Homemaking The FHA, a national organiza- tion of students studying homemak- ing, have sponsored various parties and money-making projects. The organization promotes an apprecia- tion of family living and home- making. A special highlight of the year was the children’s Christ- mas Party. Mrs. Richardson is the sponsor. The officers are President, Pam Powell; Vice President, Linda Linn; Secretary, Lou Ann Bruey; Treasurer, Judy Reymer; Stuco. Rep., Regina Hoopes; Historian, Debbie Bonham; Song Leader, Maurita Hudgens; Pianist, Sharon Stewart. 40Pep Club Backs Team Pep Club is one of the oldest organi- zations in A. H. S. Its goal is to support the team and boost school spirit. The girls this year are to be commended on their spirit and willingness to make this last year our best while also looking forward to next year and its possibili- ties. The sponsor is Mrs. Smith. The officers are President, Debbie Bonham; Vice-President, Pam Baird; Secretary, Jane Nichols; Treasurer, Marge Barber; Program Chairman, Mary Cleveland; and Stuco. Rep., Cheryl Bollman. 41A-Club Encourages Pride A-Club was organized in 1959. It is an organization that Iionors the boys who are out- standing in athletics. It encourages pride in the school, the team and in each boy as an in- dividual. To be a member of A-Club each boy must meet certain requirements. The A-Club sponsors the Faculty-Senior basketball game and also takes part in sending boys to tne Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes Camp. Mr. Domenico is the sponsor. Officers are Presi- dent, Marvin Jelinek; Vice-President, Dave Ward; and Secretary-Treasurer, Bryan Patter- son. Hi-Y Encourages Christian Living To create, maintain, and extend high standards of living throughout the home, school, and community is one of the main goals of the Hi-Y. Clean living, clean speech, clean athletics, and clean scholarship are important in order to achieve this goal. The orga- nizations activities are running the concession stand, producing the Thanks- giving Assembly, and having a joint garage sale with the A-Club. The sponsor is Mr. Williams. The officers are President, Bobby Reber; Vice Pres- ident, Jim Stitt; Secretary-Treasurer, Mike Bonham; Stuco. Rep. , Bob Mize; Devotion Chairman, David Wyssmann. I 43ATHLETICSVARSITY SQUAD BACK: Coach Steve Domenico, Greg Hoopes, Doug Howard, Dave Wyssmann, J. D. Schnackenberg, Howard Van Ranken, Rick Randolph, Coach J. W. Shurley. MIDDLE: Jim Stitt, Gary Moore, Dave Ward, Chuck Dueth, Flint Cooper, Bob Mize, Rich- ard Williams, John McDermott, Terry Niemann, Greg Downing. FRONT: Dennis Downing, Jeff Hodges, Wesley Hughes, Don Pickering, Richard Ball, Dennis Puls, Bobby Reber, Glen Ewertz. Varsity Wins Five SCHEDULE Valley Center 0 Anthony 18 Medicine Lodge 29 Anthony 22 Clearwater 16 Anthony 26 Caldwell 0 Anthony 24 Sedan 0 Anthony 45 Kiowa 14 Anthony 26 Harper 16 Anthony 8 Kingman 20 Anthony 8 LEFT: All Conference Football Players, BACK: Dave Wyssmann - offensive end and defensive end, Bob Mize - offensive center. FRONT: Dave Ward - offensive and defensive back, Dennis Puls - offensive guard and defensive linebacker. 45FRESHMAN -SOPHOMORE: BACK ROW: Brian Hoopes, Sandy Witters, Greg Hoopes, Steve Moore, Eddie Hill, Mike Morgan, Jeff Rorabaugh, John McDermott, Rick Randolph, Coach Walter Wiechen. MIDDLE ROW: Dave Hoopes, Steve Stitt, Gary Pulliam, Greg Baker, Scott Reynolds, Scott Newton, Terry Neimann, Rod- ney Goertz. FRONT ROW: Mike Netahla, Billy Stone, Dennis Robinson, Kirk Stewart, Doug Salser, J. R. Cooper, Ricky Shepard. SENIORS 46Boys Run to Victory L-R: Marvin Jelinek, Jerry Francis, Pat Ruthuford, Vic Ready, Darell Williams, Allen Francis, Terry Kiser, Larry Scott, David Wilcox, Coach Jim Williams. Wamego - First Wellington - Second Anthony - First Augusta - Second Mulvane - Seventh Salina - Second Buhler - First Regional - Second State - Fifth 47Basketball Wins Twenty TOP ROW: Coach J. W. Shirley, Doug Warbinton, Dave Wyssmann, Doug Howard, Doug Bradley, J. D. Schnackenberg, FRONT ROW: Terry Kiser, Chuck Dueth, Marvin Jelinek, Jerry Francis, Greg Downing. Marvin Jelinek and David Wyss- mann were named outstanding senior athletes at the annual Athletic Banquet. II 48AHS - 58 Caldwell-------41 AHS - 67 Goddard..........60 AHS - 66 Medicine Lodge - 34 AHS - 53 Alva-------------36 AHS - 74 Harper-----------66 AHS - 50 Valley Center - - 35 AHS - 58 Mulvane----------50 AHS - 53 Kiowa............51 AHS - 40 Kingman----------42 AHS - 71 Caldwell---------48 AHS - 53 Fairfield--------42 AHS - 45 Lamed............43 AHS - 59 Kinsley----------58 AHS - 55 Medicine Lodge - 42 AHS - 58 Valley Center - - 54 AHS - 60 Harper-----------54 AHS - 49 Kingman----------51 AHS - 71 Kiowa............44 AHS - 52 Caldwell---------40 AHS - 59 Harper-----------52 AHS - 54 Fairfield--------43 AHS - 34 Ellinwood-------42 AHS - 87 Harper..........65 49 Wrestlers Win Meets BACK ROW: Coach Jim Williams, Eddie Hill, Kirk Reynolds, Roger Mayo, Mark Kastens, Keith Piersall, Flint Cooper, Jeff Cupps, Steve Lon, Charles Dillingham, Kenny Evans, Scott Newton, Kirk Stewart, Scott Reynolds, MIDDLE ROW: A-TEAM: George Roth, Howard Van Ranken, Mike Walker, Richard Williams, John Thomas, Bryan Patterson, FRONT ROW: A-TEAM: Dennis Puls, Bob Reber, Glen Ewertz, David Wilcox, Jeff Warden, Dennis Robinson. 50 '•toDistrict - Third Regional - 2 matches AHS - 37 17 - Harper AHS - 43 9 - Stafford AHS - 41 15 - St. John AHS - 27 21 - Andale AHS - 43 10 - Leon AHS - 22 22 - Augusta AHS - 22 24 - Blackwell AHS - 40 17 - Skyline AHS - 41 5 - Coldwater AHS - 18 36 - Valley Center AHS - 32 18 - Valley Center AHS - Third Pratt TournamentTrack Produces State Winners ABOVE - L-R: BACK ROW: Greg Hoopes, Terry Niemann, Allen Francis, Gary Moore, Marvin Jelinek, Doug Bradley, Doug Howard, Jim Stitt, Jerry Francis, Vic Ready, Richard Williams, Coach Jim Williams, FRONT ROW: David Wilcox, Mike Nethala, Brian Hoopes, Steve Moore, David Doherty, Gary Pulliam, David Hoopes, Kirk Stewart. The 1970 Track Team started out with a bang and ended with a bigger one. They finished a surprise third at Regional. Then came back winning Second at State by 1 2 point. Jerry Francis and Marvin Jelinek were out- standing members this year. Jerry broke 2 school records. Pole vault at 16 feet 6 3 8 inches. The long jump at 21 feet 9 1 2 inches. Marvin was an outstanding distance runner in the state. Marvin broke the school mile mark of 4:22.7. The mile relay team composed of Greg Hoopes, Gary Moore, Richard Williams, and Vic Ready set the school record 3:27.9. They won Regionals and placed third at State. BELOW - L-R: Vic Ready, Greg Hoopes, Rich Williams, Gary BELOW: Jerry Francis. Moore. Mile Relay Team. 52Golfers Drive to Wins ABOVE - L-R: Randy Patterson, Bob Jackson, Denis Downing, Scott Newton, Bryan Patterson, Terry Kiser, Howard Hatfield, Chuck Deuth, Bill Stone, Greg Downing, Kieth Piersall, Ed- die Hill, Steve Lott, Coach P. D. Hatfield. Regionals - Third (Four man) Kingman Invitational - Third (Four man) Circle Invitational - Second (Four man) 53Boys Swing Into Action ABOVE - L-R: BACK ROW: Dennis Robinson, Jim Mock, David Walker, Wesley Hughes, John McDermott, FRONT ROW: Brad Newton, Doug Warbinton, Dave Wyssmann, Jeff Hodges. RIGHT: Jeff Hodges, Doug Warbinton finished 2nd in Doubles at state. Anthony Invitational Tourney - 5th Buhler Invitational Tourney - 4th S. K.L. Tennis Tourney - 2nd Regional Tournament - Doug W. and Jeff Hodges finished 2nd in doubles. 54 ft,-» »■Girls Active in Tennis A SQUAD BACK ROW: Judy Wilcox, Beth Wilcox, Janice Barrett, Kathy Coff- man. FRONT ROW: Marge Barber, Rhonda George. SCHEDULE Sept. 8 Duel: Burlington 7 Anthony 2 15-19 Duel: Burlington 8 Anthony 4 25 Tri: Wichita 7 Harper 5 Anthony 6 30 Quad: Hutchinson 17 Harper 10 Medicine Lodge 0 Anthony 9 Oct. 4 SKL: George, 1st Coffman-Barret 3rd 7 Quad: Buhler 5 Harper 0 Anthony 2 Sharon 4 B SQUAD Christie Patterson, Mary Lane, Doris Ale- shire, LuAnn Hughes, Judy Denton, Jane | Duwe, Pat Christy. BOTTOM LEFT: Coach, Laura Clark.FAVORITESMr. and Miss Jolly Roger of 1970 Mr. and Miss Jolly Roger are sponsored by the yearbook. Candidates are selected by the staff. As each person purchases a yearbook, he votes for a couple. PAM POWELL and DOUG WARBINTON I Janet Wilson, Doug Howard Jayne Synder, Terry Niemann Janet Myer, Doug Bradley 57 I'lmi1969 Football Queen Crowned Debbie Gardner Reigned Each class nominated two girls as queen candi- dates. The student body selected four from the following: Rhonda George, Debbie Gardner, Pam Baird, Marilyn Newton, Teresa Hughbanks, Cecilia Duran, Cheryl Hodson and Jayne Snyder. The following queens have reigned in the past years. '50 Linda Woody Cheatum '51 JoAnn Duncan Randels '52 Roberta Cordwell Duncan '53 Shirley Holt Montague ’54 Myrna Walters Williams '55 Paula Behrmann Hendrick '56 Sydney Smith Swafford '57 Charlotte Fox Ediger '58 Marilyn Tague Roach '59 Mary Lou Frazier Klenda '60 Carolyn Jacobson Hatfield '61 Sandra Smith Downing '62 Pat Roach Schrack '63 Dana Dial Osborn '64 Vickie Warner Patterson '65 Donna Headberg Elliott '66 Billie Jane Kiser '67 Janie Goertz '68 Susan WarnerEach class nominated two girls as queen candidates. The student body selected four from the following; Christie Patterson, Jayne Snyder, Beth Ewertz, Pam Angle, Leigh Ann Prouse, Diane Bruey, Rhonda George, Janice Barrett. The following queens have reigned in the past year. '55 Joan Denny '56 Henrietta Nye '57 Saundra Warnock '58 Marilee Carr '59 Valerie Mills '60 DeAnn Olmstead '61 Dea Ingram '62 Sherry Harris ’63 Connie Carr '64 Janie Coon '65 Sue Ann Stark '66 Carol Warner '67 Debbie Snyder 68 Peggy Wilson '69 Beth Patterson '70 Christie Patterson Basketball Squad Honors Freshman I S 59 Linda Linn Crowned Final Relay Queen The relay queen is a senior. Each class draws a name of the four girls elected by the student body as its candidate. The queen is decided by the class selling the most tickets and its maid of honor is al- so an attendant. Pam Powell, Jane Jelinek, Queen Linda Linn, Doris Aleshire, Janice Barrett. 60David Duwe Nancy Jelinek Scott Newton Cheryl Hodson Pirate and Pirette reign over the all-school carnival sponsored by Stuco. Candiates of the class turning in the most money are crowned. RHONDA GEORGE GREG DOWNING I ■ •• V. 61Honor Students Recognized SENIORS Barber, Debbie 1,2, S, 3 Bollman, Cheryl 3 Cleveland, Mary 1,3 Deuth, Chuck 1,2,S,3 Downing, Greg 1.2,S,3 George, Rhonda 1,2,S.3 Hoopes, Regina 1,3 Kiser, Terry 1,2 ,S,3 Lee, Yvonne 1.2.S.3 Linn, Linda 1,2,S,3 Newton, Brad 2 ,S,3 Patterson, Bryan 2,3 Powell, Pam l.S Robinson, Gary 1.2.S.3 Runyan, Rod 1,2,S.3 Warbinton, Doug l.S Wilcox, Elizabeth 1.2,S,3 Williams, Kathie 1.3 Pickering, Don 2 JUNIORS Allenbach, Jan 1.2.S Baird, Pam 1.2.S Bradley, Doug 1.2,S,3 Croft, Linda 1,2,S,3 Cupps, Jeff 1 Foster, Nancy 1,2,S,3 Ghormley, Curtis 1,2, S,3 Hodges, Jeff 1,2,S,3 Hughes, Wesley 1 Lane, Mary 1.2,S,3 Payne, John 1.2.S.3 Prouse, Leigh Ann 1 Rishell, Pam 1 Wells, Bob l.S Williams, Richard 1 Mayo, Doris 1.2.S.3 Stewart, Sharon 2,S.3 Salser, Daryl 2,3 Newton, Marilyn 3 SOPHOMORES Barber, Marge 1.2.S.3 Bruey, Lou Ann 2.S.3 Clutter, Annette 2.S.3 Dillon, Nancy 1.2.S.3 Ewertz, Beth S Hoopes, Greg 1.2,S Hughbanks, Teresa S,3 Hibbard, Ruth 3 Mandevill, Tresa 2,S Otis, Terry 1 Powell, Kendall 1 Reber, Becky 1,2,S,3 Rutherford, Pat 2.S Scott, Larry 1,2,S,3 Van Ranken, Doug l.S Waldschmidt, Mark 1.2,S.3 Whisman, Barbara S Walker, Kathy 3 FRESHMEN Bevington, Mark 2 ,S,3 Clutter, Carol 2 ,S,3 Cooper, J. R. l.S Downing, Cecilee 2,3 Fisher, Mary 2,S Goertz, Rodney 1,2,S,3 Hill, Eddie 1,2,S.3 Jelinek, Jane 1,2,S.3 Hoopes, David 2 Patterson, Christie 1.2,S.3 Pope, Kay 2 Pulliam, Gary S Porter, Teresa 2,3 Robinson, Dennis 1 Salser, Doug 2 ,S,3 Schmidt, Howard 1 Snyder, Jayne 1.2.S Walker, Pat 2 Walker, Susan 2.S Debbie Barber, valedictorian, leads Rod Runyan, saluta- toria n, off stage. CONGRATULATIONS!NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: ROW 1: Gary Robinson, Rhonda George, Debbie Gardner, Beth Wilcox, Terry Kiser, Rod Runyan, ROW 2: Mr. Melvin Riggs, sponsor; Jeff Hodges, Chuck Deuth, Doug Warbinton, Pam Powell, Nancy Foster, Curtis Ghormley, Gary Moore. SPEECH ARTS students rated high in festivals. Those receiving I rating in District qualified ior State. District contestants above. ROW 1: Tresa Mandevill, Connie Otis, Margaret Sheen, Kathy Walker, Nancy Foster, Linda Croft, Beth Wilcox, LuAnn Hughes, ROW 2: Debbie Barber, Scott Newton, Mark Bevington, Pam Baird, Howard Schmidt, Curtis Ghorm- fcy, Brad Newton, Janet Wilxon, Marge Barber. SKL Contestants below, ROW 1: Tresa Mandevill, Connie Otis, Margaret Sheen, Kathy Walker, Judy Reymer, Linda Croft, Beth Wilcox, Janet Wilson, ROW 2: Jane Nichols, Debbie Barber, Mark Bevington, Steve Lott, Howard Schmidt, Gary Salsberry, Curtis C-hormley, Brad Newton, LuAnn Hughes, Marge Barber. STATE - I Debbie Barber Betli Wilcox Brad Newton Nancy Foster Janet Wilson Scott Newton Mark Bevington DISTRICT - I Debbie Barber Beth Wilcox Brad Newton Nancy Foster Janet Wilson Scott Newton Mark Bevington Linda Croft Curtis Ghormley Howard Schmidt Marge Barber Tresa Mandevill Margaret Sheen Connie OtisNFL Promotes Citizenship The value of membership in the National Forensic League is the encouragement and incentive it gives a person to become an ef- fective speaker, and hence, a more successful and more influen- tial citizen. Membership in a na- tional honor society is the objec- tive of the ambitious and forward looking high school student. Through NFL students may partici- pate in Debate, Forensics and Stu- dent Congress. Boys’ State The American Legion sponsors Boys' State that the boys may learn the workings of government. The boys campaign and take office's in city, county and state of- fices. Locals Clubs help pay the expense. Jerome Gates, Jeff Cupps, Bob Wells, Wesley Hughes. Girls’ State Girls' State is spon- sored by the American Legion Auxiliary. The purpose is to educate young women in duties, privileges, rights and responsi- bilities of American Citizenship. Mary Lane, Nancy Foster. 64"A" TEAM: Dori Alshire, Janice Bar- rett, Debbie Gardner, Cecilia Duran, Marilyn Newton. Five "A” Team Cheerleaders are elected in the spring that they may go to cheerleading camp. This spring 3 cheerleaders were elected from An- thony and 3 from Harper for Chaparral High. Kltt-Mr-IParents EntertainParis de la Nuit Parus d la AluitSENIORSSeniors Face Final Year at AHS DORIS ALESHIRE CAROL ANDERSON JUDY ARMSTRONGDEBBIE BARBER JANICE BARRETT CHERYL BOLLMANJEANIE CROW CHUCK DEUTH CHARLES DILLINGHAM Seniors Paint Victory Bell GREG DOWNING KATHY DROSSELMEYER MARY ESLINGER 71DEBBIE EVANS GLEN EWERTZ JERRY FRANCIS RICHARD GARLOW Seniors Thirst at Senior-Faculty Game JOYCE GATES RHONDA GEORGEREGINA HOOPES DOUG HOWARD Beth Wilcox likes watermelon! M AURITA HUDGENS DEBBIE (BONHAM) HUNT 73 JOHNNIE JEFFERIES MARVIN JELINEKSeniors Promote School SpiritTERRY KISER YVONNE LEE LINDA LINN MELISSA MILLS BRAD NEWTON JIM NICHOLS DIANNE OAKES RITA OTIS BRYAN PATTERSON DON PICKERING TERRY POSTON PAM POWELL BOB REBER KIRK REYNOLDS GARY ROBINSON Shurley's top dog. DARYL RORABOUGH GEORGE ROTH rod RUNYAN LOIS ANN SCOTT DOUG SIEFERT MARSHEL STAMM DAVID STARKS JIM STITT BONNIE (DUNCAN) SWAFFORDMIKE WALKER HOWARD VAN RANKEN DOUG WARBINTON DEBBIE (GARDNER) WARD DAVE WARD JEFF WARDEN I ; SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bryan Patterson, Pres.; Greg Downing, Vice Pres.; Mr. Baker, Sponsor; Jerry Francis, Stuco. Rep.; Mrs. Smith, Sponsor; Mr. Shurley, Sponsor; Marvin Jelinek, Sec.-Treas.; Dorie Aleshire, Stuco. Rep. 77JUNIORSJuniors Show Spirit Jan Allenbach Richard Ball Pam Baird Doug Bradley Diane Bruey Fred Calderon Lola Calderon Gene Carothers Mary Catlin Pat Christy Jim Coady Flint Cooper Linda Croft Jeff Cupps Jane Denton Denis Downing Jane Duwe Tommy Dyke Nancy Foster Evon Friend Jerome Gates Nancy Gates Curtis Ghormley Dickey Greve Helina Guerra 8081Anita Carl Jeff Jeff Lu Ann Hamilton Hanna Headberg Hodges Hughes Juniors Are Active Wesley Marilyn Jane Mary Pam Hughes Jelinek Knoell Lane McKee 82Doris Mayo oger Wanda Mayo Mayo Rodney Miller Ruth Misak Teresa Mitchell Bob Mize Marilyn Newton Jo Patterson Leigh Ann Dennis Prouse Puls Mark Pfeifer Randy D. Patterson Jim Mock Gary Moore tw 83Judy Reymer Pam Rishell David Ryan Gary Salsberry Daryl Salser J. D. Schnackenberg Sharon Stewart John Thomas David Walker Jeannie Walker Bob Wells Judy Wilcox Richard Williams Pauletta Williams Janet Wilson 84OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: Pres. Bob Mize; Vice-Pres. Doug Bradley; Sec. -Treas. Mary Lane; Stuco Nancy Gates, Richard Ball (not pictured). Sponsors: Mrs. Blair, Miss Reneau, Mr. Ryman, Mr. Do- menico. Juniors Discover Chaparral 85SOPHOMORESPam Angle Rodney Ball Frances Bahr Marjorie Barber Lydia Berry Lou Ann Bruey Mike Bonham Rick Bunch Annette Clutter Jeffrey Cullop Judy Denton Kenneth Dillingham Nancy Dillon Dennis Dodgen Cecilia Duran David Duwe 87Roger Fowler Allen Francis Beth Ewertz Larry Graves Howard Hatfield Ruth Hibbard Phil Hodson Gregory Hoopes Linton Hoover Teresa Hughbanks Dennis Hughes Bobby Jackson Nancy Jelinek Richard Jelinek Mark Kastens 88Janice Kirby Steve Lott John McDermott Tresa Mandevill Mike Martin Gary Misak Terry Niemann Jane Nichols Roxanne Nottingham Pete Nulik Dana Osborn Donnie Otis Terry Otis Randy E. Patterson Keith Piersall Kendall Powell Go to it, Sophs! 89Betty Quick Ricky Randolph Victor Ready Becky Rcber Vickie Ricks Susan Roth Pat Rutherford Larry Scott Margaret Sheen Doug VanRanken Debbie Wade Mark Waldschmidt Sophs show spirit. Kathy Walker Barbara Whisman Darrell Williams Lori Witters 90OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: Pres. Larry Scott; Vice-Pres. Terry Niemann; Sec. -Treas. Darrell Williams; (not pictured) Stuco Kathy Walker, Greg Hoopes. Sponsors; Mr. Johnston, Mr. Cole, Mr. Rhodes (not pictured). 91FRESHMENNo More Cats!! Susan Andrews Greg Baker Mark Bevington Paul Bollman Mike Brewer David Carmichael Debbie Christy Carol Clutter J. R. Cooper David Denton David Doherty Cecilee Downing 93I i ! Jane Jelinek Lauri Jones Cindy Kiser Sally Linn H. D. Mayo Janet Meyer Kitty Mitchell Steve MooreMike Morgan Mike Netahla Scott Newton Connie Otis Freshmen Search Gary Pulliam Martin Rishell Dennis Robinson Jeff Rorabaugh Brenda Ryan Douglas Salser Howard Schmidt Pamela Scott 95I I Susan Walker David Wilcox Debbie Seifert Belinda Shelite Rick Shepard Jayne Snyder Kirk Stewart Steve Stitt Billy Stone Pattie Vierthaler Freshmen Learn Through Experience Jo Ann Walker Patricia Walker Dale Williams Sandy WittersOFFICERS AND SPONSORS: Pres. Dennis Robinson; Vice- Pres. Kirk Stewart; Sec. - Treas. Mike Netahla; Stuco Jane Jelinek, Greg Baker. Sponsors: Mr. Williams, (not pictured), Mr. Smith, Mr. Wiechen.Advertising i The RED BARN DRIVE-INN is a "favorite" of AHS students. The Red Barn was built on April 7, 1969, on the corner of North L G and Garfield. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Powell are the proud owners of this fabu- lous drive-inn where fine food is always served. BELOW: (Left to right) Roxanne Nottingham, Jane Nichols, Laurie Jones, and Pam Powell are busy working on orders at the Red Barn. com-mis • mm .CrtETOrCHK 170 ds » skET1,'j0 nooa.cwiDa jotujhjkjtoog cnu . KA V»TTOP - LEFT: CONGRATULATIONS A. H. S. on your past record and achieve- ments. Good luck and full speed ahead for your future at CHAPARRAL HIGH. ANTHONY LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Kenneth B. Foster, owner class of 1929 TOP - RIGHT: Pam McKee helps Jane Jelinek with her purchase from MTADYS. LEFT: AHS students enjoy the comfort of GAMBLES furniture after being shown around by Alden Major. LEFT: Mrs. Ron Hill, a 1953 graduate of AHS, helps AHS students as they pick up after-school snacks at RON'S FOODLINER. 99AHS Class Rings at Marshall’s Mr. Ed Marshall, of MARSHALL JEWELRY is showing LuAnn Hughes and Gary Salsberry the 1971 AHS Class Rings. The '71 rings are the last ones to have an Anthony Pi- rate on them. The 72 rings will be a different style with a Chapar- ral High Roadrunner on them. "Peace” Says Bill Green AHS students don't think Bill Green is any square! He is shown here outside HOWARD-GREEN REAL ESTATE IN- SURANCE COMPANY, giving the peace sign, as he shows AHS stu- dents around. HOWARD —GREEN 100 LEFT: Melissa Mills, waitress at MARK'S GRILL, takes orders from Diane Bruey and Wanda Mayo. CENTER LEFT: Roger Andrews, of HAD- SALL ANDREWS INSURANCE, gives ad- vice to his daughter, Susan, and friends. ABOVE: Carl offers Pam a mum from ANTHONY FLORAL. HCXY LEFT: Rod Runyan helps David Duwe choose slacks from JETTS men’s depart- ment. 101and newLeigh Ann and Daryl enjoy a Pepsi from our pop machine. WICHITA PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO. , INC. Pepsi’s Got a Lot to Give! LEFT: AHS students look at menus as they visit with Mr. Hamilton and Anita at HAMILTON’S CAFE. BELOW LEFT: Jeff Warden is busy stocking shelves at LARRY'S IGA. BELOW: Nancy and Jim drink a toast to milk, "Nature's Goodness at its Best," by GOLD SPOT DAIRY PRODUCTS.104 RIGHT: AHS stu- dents try out truck at VALLEY LUMBER COM- PANY.RIGHT: You can't miss the SUPREME MARKET sign on West Main. BELOW: Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Harris work in the office. The picture on the wall shows the original Su- preme Market in 1937. BELOW RIGHT: AHS students have a hard choice between the many different selections at Supreme's bakery. SUPREME T V ---umirmy 7Ite, GuitcumA Quilt Qaulz ness. LEFT: The Citizens National Bank has greatly improved from what it was several years back. BELOW: AHS students make banking their busi- ABOVE: AHS students visit the modern facili- ties of the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. RIGHT: Beth and Judy Wilcox serve AHS students at the "hang- out" of Anthony, the IRON BUTTER- FLY. CENTER LEFT: Mr. Howard Wil- liams helps Richard Williams and Wesley Hughes try on coats in MUELLER BROS. CENTER RIGHT: AHS students look over the 1970 cars at ROACH CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE. RIGHT: Mrs. Billie Meade and daughter Valerie Myers are busy styling hair at the LA BONITA beauty salon. 108 "Performance Counts” at Phillips 66 ABOVE LEFT: Customers enjoy the quick, con- venient service they get at PHILLIPS 66 from Greg Mason and Johnny Jeffries. ABOVE: The ideal way to wash a car, in back of Phillips. LEFT: Marilyn and Cecilia enjoy having their cheerleading outfits cleaned at COON'S. BELOW: AHS students pass by CARR FURNITURE STORE as they load furniture. Founded Sept. 1914; proprietors are Harold 26, Iro '28 and Vernon '38. CRRR sin i fUPniTURE STORE pv ABOVE: Customers enjoy the attractive- ness of the new IRWIN POTTER (Rexall) Drugstore. RIGHT: AHS students pick out their favorite albums at HODSON ELECTRIC. BOTTOM RIGHT: Wesley Hughes, Richard Williams, and J. R. Cooper help themselves to the mens depart- ment at B C CLOTHING store. It was in 1969 that I formed "TALENT UNLIMITED" through which many schools and organiza- tions obtain bands and other acts. May it, like FANNING STUDIO serve the youth of our area for many years to come. Good Luck. FANNING STUDIO and TALENT UNLIMITED 106 1 2 West Main I |Q Anthony, Kansas 67003 I have been asking you to "WATCH THE BIRDIE" for many years. I thank you for the privilege of recording for posterity your days in Anthony High School. May I continue, as long as I can make a picture, contribute to your memories through these pages. I grad- uated with the class of '36 from An- thony High School, long before you were born. Yet I feel that I am grad- uating with every class that passes through these hallowed halls. The photo to the left first appeared in an Anthony High School Annual in 1920.AHS students out for sports will be happy to come to PIPER’S for an assortment of sporting goods and other fine articles. Ring Seal The Chaparral High School ring and seal were specially designed by: L. G. BALFOUR CO. Attleboro, Massachusetts Representative Paul McClellan IIIABOVE: AHS students experience the painting of a car and the skillfulness of Fred Jones Body Repair. FRED’S BODY REPAIR Body - paint - glass - radiator free estimates - all work guaranteed. Fred A. Jones Phone 842-3423 308 W. Main Anthony, Kansas Elliott Mortuary Vernon D. Elliott. Victor M. Elliott. Chris Allan Elliott. Richard Kirk Elliott. Donna Headberg Elliott. Clifford Dennis Elliott. 1942 1944 1963 1966 1966 1967 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Dr. B. L. Gardner Erwin A. Peterson, dntst. Wood W. Runyan, a tty. Anthony Hospital Medical Staff Dr. P. J. Antrim Dr. J. F. Duffy Dr. H. L. Galloway Dr. L. R. Kirby Dr. W. H. Mitchell Boosters FARM BUREAU INSURANCE SERVICES ALICE L. YAGER REAL ESTATE BUSH PLUMBING HEATING BEVINGTON SHOE SHOP INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER PIERSALL BARBER SHOP SEARS ROEBUCK MARDIS ELECTRIC DENNY’S BARBER SHOP ANTHONY MOTOR CO. C S WELDING SHOP FANKHAUSER MOTORS RUSTY’S BARBER SHOP DUCKWALLS ANTHONY HARDWARE ANTHONY PLUMBING HEATING J. C. PENNEY CO. BETTY’S BEAUTY SHOP CLEVELAND CLEANERS CAMPBELLS W. R. WOODY JEWELER SMOKE HOUSE RECREATION THRIFT OIL CO. HARTFORD INSURANCE JONES OIL PHILGAS ANTHONY LIONS CLUB 112Senior Credits ALESH1RE, DOWS - Band 1; Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 2,4; Choraliers 2-4; F.H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Speech Arts 3; Stuco 2- 4; Y-Teens 1-4; Cheerleader 1-4; Class Officer 1,2, 4; Librarian 4; Basketball Queen Attendant 2,3; Re- lay Queen Attendant 4; Tennis Squad 1,4; Gymnas- tics Squad 4. ANDERSON, CAROL - Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 3,4; Choraliers 3,4; Pep Club 1-4; Speech Arts 3; Office Assistant 4. ARMSTRONG, JUDY - Girls Glee 4; Mixed Chorus 1- 4; Booster Staff 4; F. H. A. 1,4; Pep Club 1-4; Y-Teens 2-4; Librarian 3,4. BARBER, DEBORAH - Girls Glee 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Choraliers 2; Vocal Ensemble 2; Pep Club 2-4; Science Club 3; Speech Arts 4; Yearbook Staff 2,3; Office Assistant 4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1-4; (Semester) 1-4; F.T.A. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; N.F.L. 4. BARRETT, JANICE - Band 1; Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 4; Choraliers 4; Booster Staff 3,4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Speech Arts 3; Stuco 1; Y-Teens 1-4; Cheerleader 1-4; Class Officer 1; Basketball Queen Attendant 3,4; Relay Queen Attendant 2,4; Tennis 1-4; Letter 3,4. BOLLMAN, CHERYL - Band 1-4; Instrumental En- semble 1; Instrumental Solo 2,3; Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Accompanist 3,4; Vocal Ensem- ble 3,4; Choraliers 3,4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Stuco 4; Y-Teens 1-4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1, 3,4; (Semester) 1,3. CASH, FLOYD - Boys Glee 4; Mixed Chorus Vo- cal Solo 2-4; Choraliers 4; Football 3,4; Basketball 2 3 Track 1-3 CLEVELAND, MARY - Band 1-4; Instrumental En- semble 2; Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Choral- iers 2-4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Speech Arts 3, ' 4; Y-Teens 1-4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 4; Debate 2- 4. COFFMAN, KATHY - Band 1-4; Instrumental En- semble 2; Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 3,4; Choraliers 3,4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Office Assistant 4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1; Semester 2; Track 1; Tennis 3,4; Ipttpr 1 Flphatp CROW, JE ANNIE - Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1- 4; Vocal Ensemble 3,4; Choraliers 3,4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 2-4; Y-Teens 3. DEUTH, CHUCK - Band 1-4; Instrumental Ensemble 1-4; Instrumental Solo 1; A-Club 3,4; Stuco 1,2; Class Officer 1,2; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1-4; (Semester) 1-4; Football 1-4; Letter 2-4; Basketball 1-4; Letter 2-4; Track 1; N. H. S. 4. DILLINGHAM, CHARLES - A-Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1,2; (Semester) 2; Football 1-4; Letter 3,4; Track 2,3; Wrestling 3,4; Athletic Man- ager 1. DOWNING, GREG - Boys Glee 1-3; Mixed Chorus 1- 3; Vocal Ensemble 1,2; Choraliers 3,4; A-Club 2-4; Speech Arts 2; Stuco 1; Class Officer 1-4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1,3,4; (Semester) 3,4; Football 1-4; Letter 2-4; Basketball 1,2,4; Letter 4; Tennis 1,2; Letter 2; Golf 3,4; Letter 3,4. ESLINGER, MARY - Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Choraliers 4; Pep Club 1-4; Y-Teens 1; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1,2. EVANS, DEBBIE - Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1- 4; Vocal Ensemble 3,4; Choraliers 3,4; F. H. A. 1- 3; Pep Club 3,4; Y-Teens 4. EWERTZ, GLEN - A-Club 2-4; Football 1,4; Letter 4; Track 1; Wrestling 1-4; Letter 1-4. FRANCIS, JERRY - A-Club 1-4; Stuco 4; Cross Country 3,4; Letter 3,4; Basketball 1-4; Letter 4; Track 1-4; Letter 1-4; F.C.A. 3,4. GARLOW, RICHARD - Football 1; Wrestling 1,2. GATES, JOYCE - Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1- 4; Vocal Ensemble 3,4; Choraliers 3,4; F. H. A. 1; Pep Club 1-4. GEORGE, RHONDA - Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 3; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Yearbook Staff 3; Y-Teens 1-4; Office Assistant 3,4; Football Queen Attendant 3,4; Basketball Queen At- tendant 4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1,4; (Semester) 1,4; Tennis 1-4; Letter 1-4; F.T.A. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4. HOOPES, REGINA - Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Stuco 4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Y-Teens 1-4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1- 4; (Semester) 1,4; F.T.A. 3. HOWARD, IXXJG - Boys Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1- 4; Vocal Ensemble 2; Choraliers 2-4; A-Club 4; Yearbook Staff 3; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1,2; (Semester) 1; Football 1,4; Letter 4; Basketball 4; Letter 4; Track 4; Letter 4. HUDGENS, MAURITA - Girls Glee 1,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Choraliers 2-4; Booster Staff 4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Speech Arts 2; Y-Teens 1-4; Librarian 3,4. HUNT, (BONHAM) DEBORAH - Girls Glee 1-3; Band 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 3; Choral- iers 4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Science Club 3; Y-Teens 1-4; Office Assistant 4. JEFFERIS, JOHN - A-Club 3; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 3; Football 1,3; Letter 3; Basketball 1-3; Track 1-3; Letter 3. JELINEK, MARVIN - A-Club 1-4; Class Officer 4; Basketball 1-4; Letter 2-4; Track 1-4; Letter 1-4; Cross Country 1-4; Letter 2-4. KISER, TERRY - Boys Glee 2,3; Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3; Hi-Y 2-4; Science Club 3; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1-4; (Semester) 1,3,4; Basketball 1-4; Let- ter 4; Tennis 2,3; N. H. S. 3,4; Golf 3,4; CrossCountry 3,4. LEE, YVONNE - Band 1; Instrumental Ensemble 1; Girls Glee 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Booster Staff 4; F. H. A. 4; Pep Club 1-4; Yearbook Staff 2; Y-Teens 1-4; Li- brarian 4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1-4; (Semester) LINN, LINDA - Band 2,3; Instrumental Ensemble 2, 3; Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensem- ble 3,4; Choraliers 3,4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Science Club 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Booster Staff 4; Y-Teens 1-4; Office Assistant 4; Relay Queen 4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1-4; (Semester) 1-4. MILLS, MELISSA - Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 3,4; Choraliers 3,4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Y-Teens 2-4; Speech Play 3. NEWTON, BRAD - Band 1-4; Student Director 3; Instrumental Ensemble 1-4; Hi-Y 1-4; Science Club 3; Speech Arts 1-4; Speech Play 3; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1,3; (Semester) 1,3; Tennis 1-4; Letter 4; Football 1; Basketball 1; F.T. A. 3,4; Debate 1-4; Letter 1-4. NICHOLAS, JIM - Football 3; Track 2; Wrestling 3; Athletic Manager 2. OAKES, DIANA - Pep Club 1,2; Office Assistant 2; tlonor Roll (Nine Weeks) 3,4; (Semester) 3; Gym- nastics 1; F. T. A. 1; Future Nurses 1; Red Cross 1. OTIS, RITA - Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 4; F. H. A. 2,3; Pep Club 4; Speech Arts 4; Y-Teens 4. PATTERSON, BRYAN - Boys Glee 1,2; Mixed Cho- rus 1,2; A-Club 2-4; Hi-Y' 1-4; Speech Arts 3; Stuco 2,3; Class Officer 2-4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 4; Football 1-4; Letter 2-4; Track 1; Wrestling 1-4; Letter 3,4; Golf 4. PICKERING, DON - Boys Glee 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Science Club 3; Football 4; Letter 4; Wrestling 1. POSTON, JOHN TERRY - Boys Glee 2-4; Mixed Cho- rus 2-4; A-Club 2,3; Hi-Y 2; Track 2; Athletic Manager 2,3. POWELL, PAM - Band 1-4; Instrumental Ensemble 1,4; Instrumental Solo 1; Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Cho- rus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 3; Choraliers 3,4; Booster Staff 4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Stuco 4; Y- Teens 1-4; Relay Queen Attendant 4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 3,4; (Semester) 1-4; F.T. A. 4; N. H. S. 4. REBER, ROBERT - Band 1,2; Instrumental Ensemble 1,2; A-Club 2-4; Hi-Y 2-4; Football 1-4; Letter 3, 4; Track 1; Wrestling 1-4; Letter 2-4. REYNOLDS, KIRK - Band 1-4; Instrumental Ensemble 2,3; Wrestling 2-4; Letter 4; Athletic Manager 3. ROBINSON, GARY - Band 1,2; Instrumental 1,2; Boys Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 1-4; Choraliers 2-4; A-Club 2-4; Hi-Y 1,2; Stuco 4; Class Officer 1,3; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1-4; (Semester) 1-4; Football 1-4; Letter 2-4; Basketball 1-3; Tennis 1,2; F.T.A. 4; N.H.S. 3,4. RORABAUGH, DARYL - Science Club 3; Football 1; Wrestling 4; F. F. A. 2. RUNYAN ROD - Band 1-4; Instrumental Ensemble 1- 4; Boys Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 1-4; Vocal Solo 3; Choraliers 2-4; Hi-Y 1,2; Sci- ence Club 3; Debate 1; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1- 4; (Semester) 1-4; Basketball 2; Tennis 2; Golf 3; Letter 3; F. T. A. 1-3; N.H.S. 3,4. SCOTT LOIS - Band 1,2; Instrumental Ensemble 2; Girls Glee 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Vocal Ensemble 4; Pep Club 1-4; Y-Teens 4; Librarian 4. SEIFERT, DOUGLAS - Boys Glee 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Science Club 3; Football 1; Basketball 2; Track 1,2. STAMM, MARSHa - STARKS, DAVE - Science Club 3. STITT, JIM - Band 1-4; Instrumental Ensemble 2-4; Boys Glee 1; Mixed Chorus 1; A-Club 2-4; Hi-Y 1- 4; Class Officer 4; Football 1-4; Letter 2; Basketball 1-4; Track 1-4; Letter 4; Wrestling 4; Athletic Man- ager 2,3; F.T. A. 4; F.C.A. 2-4. SWAFFORD, BONNIE - VAN RANKEN, HOWARD - A-Club 2-4; Hi-Y 1; Football 1; Wrestling 2-4; Letter 2-4. WALKER, MICHAa - Football 1; Wrestling 4; Let- ter 4; F. F. A. 2. WARBINTON, DOUGLAS - Band 1-4; Instrumental 1; Boys Glee 2-4; Mixed Chorus 2-4; Vocal Ensemble 2; Choraliers 2-4; A-Club 2-4; Hi-Y 1-4; Science Club 3; Stuco 4; Class Officer 1-3; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1-4; (Semester) 4; Football 2; Basketball 1- 4; Letter 2-4; Tennis 1-4; Letter 1-4; F.T. A. 3,4; N. H. S. 4; Cross Country 1. WARD, DAVID - A-Club 2-4; Hi-Y 3,4; Football 1-4; Letter 2-4; Basketball 2; Track 2,3; Wrestling WARD (GARDNER), DEBORAH - Girls Glee 1,2,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,4; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Stuco 3,4; Y-Teens 1-4; Cheerleaders 1-4; Class Officer 2,3; Football Queen 4; Football Queen At- tendant 2,3. WARDEN, JEFF - Wrestling 3,4; Letter 4. WILCOX, aiZABETH - F. H. A. 1,2; Pep Club 1-4; Science Club 3; Speech Arts 2-4; Yearbook Staff 2; Y-Teens 1-4; Speech Play 2; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 1-4; (Semester) 3,4; Gymnastics 4; F.T. A. 1-4; N.H.S. 3,4; N.F.L. 3,4. WILLIAMS, KATHIE - Pep Club 1-4; Y-Teens 2; Librarian 3,4; Honor Roll (Nine Weeks) 4. WYCKOFF, (PARSONS), DIANE - Girls Glee 1-3; Mixed Chorus 1-3; Vocal Ensemble 2,3; Choraliers 2,3; F. H. A. 1-3; Pep Club 1-3; Science Club 3; Yearbook Staff 1; Y-Teens 1-3; F.T. A. 3. WYSSMANN, DAVID - Boys Glee 1,2; Mixed Cho- rus 1,2; Choraliers 2; A-Club 2-4; Booster Staff Edi- tor 3,4; Hi-Y 1-4; Office Assistant 4; Football 1-4; Letter 2-4; Basketball 1-4; Letter 2-4; Track 1,2; Tennis 3,4; Letter 4; F.T. A. 3,4. 114Index Aleshire, Doris - 34,37,65,69 Allenbach, Jan - 65,80 Anderson, Carol - 34,69 Andrews, Susan - 93 Angle, Pam - 87 Armstrong, Judy - 18,69 Bahr, Frances - 87 Baird, Pam - 30,31,34,41,58,80 Baker, Greg - 37,93 Ball, Richard - 37,45,80 Ball, Rodney - 87 Barber, Debbie - 70 Barber, Marjorie - 18,29,30,36, 41,55,87 Barrett, Janice - 18,34,55,59,62, 70 Berry, Lydia - 87 Bevington, Mark - 30,93 Bollman, Cheryl - 37,41,70 Bollman, Paul - 93 Bonham, Mike - 30,36,43,87 Bradly, Doug - 48,52,57,80 Brewer, Mike - 34,93 Bruey, Diane - 59,80 Bruey, Lou Ann - 30,34,40,87 Bunch, Rick - 87 Caledron, Fredrick - 80 Caledron, Lola - 80 Carmichael, David - 93 Carothers, Gene - 80 Cash, Floyd - 70 Catlin, Mary - 80 Christy, Debbie - 93 Christy, Pat - 80 Cleveland, Mary - 18,30,34,41, 70 Clutter, Annette - 34,87 Clutter, Carol - 34,93 Coady, Jim - 80 Coffman, Kathy - 29,34,55,70 Cooper, Flint - 45,50,80 Cooper, J. R. - 46,93 Croft, Linda - 18,80 Crow, Jeanne - 34,71 Cullop, Jeffrey - 87 Cupps, Jeffrey - 50,80 Denton, David - 93 benton, Jane - 31,39,80 Denton, Judy - 87 Deuth, Chuck - 30,31,45,48,53, 71 Dillingham, Charles - 45,50,71 Dillingham, Kenneth - 87 Dillon, Nancy - 30,87 Drosselmeyer, Kathy - 71 Dodgen, Dennis - 30,87 Doherty, David - 52,93 Downing, Cecilee - 93 Downing, Denis - 45,53,80 Downing, Greg - 45,48,53,61,71 Duran, Cecilia - 65,87 Duwe, David - 30,87 Duwe, Jane - 30,31,80 Dyke, Tommy - 80 Eslinger, Mary - 71 Evans, Debbie - 34,72 Evans, Kenny - 50,94 Ewertz, Beth - 88 Ewertz, Glen - 45,50,72 Ferda, Lonnie - 94 Fisher, Mary - 94 Foster, Nancy -29,30,34,36,39, 80 Fowler, Roger - 88 Francis, Allen - 47,52,88 Francis, Jerry - 37,47,48,52,72 Friend, Evon - 80 Garlow, Richard - 72 Gates, Jerome - 34,36,80 Gates, Joyce - 34,72 Gates, Nancy - 37,80 George, Rhonda - 39,55,58,59, 61,72 Ghormley, Curtis - 18,30,31,34, 80 Goertz, Rodney - 46,94 Graves, Larry - 88 Greve, Dickey - 80 Guerra, Helina - 80 Hamilton, Anita - 29,30,34,82 Hanna, Carl - 82 Hatfield, Howard - 53,88 Headberg, David - 94 Headberg, Jeff - 82 Hibbard, Ruth - 88 Hill, Eddie - 46,50,53,94 Hodges, Jeff - 29,30,31,34,38,45, 54,82 Hodson, Cheryl - 65,94 Hodson, Phil - 30,88 Hoopes, Brian - 46,52,94 Hoopes, David - 46,52,94 Hoopes, Greg - 37,45,46,52,88 Hoopes, Regina - 36,37,40,73 Hoover, Linton - 88 Howard, Doug - 45,48,52,57,73 Hudgens, Maurita - 18,40,43 Hughbanks, Teresa - 88 Hughes, Dennis - 88 Hughes, Lu Ann - 29,34,36,38,82 Hughes, Wesley - 45,54,82 Hunt (Bonham) Debbie - 40,41,73 Jackson, Bobby - 53,88 Jefferis, Johnny - 73 Jelinek, Jane - 30,31,34,37,94 Jelinek, Marilyn - 34,82 Jelinek, Marvin - 42,47,48,52,73 Jelinek, Nancy - 88 Jelinek, Richard - 88 Jones, Lauri - 94 Kastens, Mark - 50,88 Kirby, Janice - 89 Kiser, Cindy - 94 Kiser, Terry - 47,48,53,74 Knoell, Jane - 82 Lane, Mary - 29,30,31,34,36,39, 82 Lee, Yvonne - 18,74 Linn, Linda - 18,34,36,40,74 Linn, Sally - 94 Lott, Steve - 30,31,50,53,89 Mandervill, Tresa - 89 Martin, Mike - 89 Mayo, Doris - 83 Mayo, H. D. - 94 Mayo, Roger - 50,83 Mayo, Wanda - 83 McDermott, John - 45,46,54,89 McKee, Pam - 34,82 Meyer, Janet - 57,65,94 Miller, Rodney - 83 Mills, Melissa - 34,75 Misak, Gary - 89 Misak, Ruth - 34,36,83 Mitchell, Kitty - 94 115Mitchell, Teresa - 30,31,83 Mize, Bobby - 37,43,45,83 Mock, Jim - 18,30,31,34,54,83 Moore, Gray - 45,52,83 Moore, Steve -46,52,94 Morgan, Mike - 46,95 Netahla, Mike - 46,52,95 Newton, Brad - 18,30,31,54,75 Newton, Marilyn - 29,30,34,58, 65,83 Newton, Scott - 46,50,53,95 Nichols, Jane - 41,89 Niemann, Terry - 30,31,45,52, 57,89 Nottingham, Roxanne - 89 Nulik, Pete - 89 Osborn, Dana - 89 Otis, Connie - 95 Otis, Donnie - 89 Otis, Rita - 18,34,7 Otis, Terry - 18,89 Patterson, Byran - 42,45,50,53, 75 Patterson, Christie - 59,95 Patterson, Randy D. - 83 Patterson, Jo - 34,83 Patterson, Randy E. - 30,53,89 Payne, John - 83 Pfeifer, Mark - 83 Pickering, Don - 45,75 Piersall, Keith - 50,53,89 Pope, Bertha Kay - 95 Porter, Teresa - 95 Poston, Barbara - 30,95 Poston, Terry - 74 Powell, Kendall - 36,89 Powell, Pam - 18,29,37,40,57, 74 Prouse, Leigh Ann - 83 Pulliam, Gary - 46,52,95 Puls, Dennis - 45,50,83 Quick, Betty - 90 Randolph, Rick - 45,46,90 Ready, Victor - 47,52,90 Reber, Becky - 30,90 Reber, Bobby - 45,43,50,74 Reymer, Judy - 29,30,40,84 Reynolds, Kirk - 50,75 Reynolds, Scott - 46,50 Ricks, Vikie - 90 Rishell, Matin - 95 Rishall, Pam - 18,30,84 Robinson, Dennis - 46,50,54,95 Robinson, Gary - 45,37,75 Rorabough, Daryl - 76 Rorabough, Jeff -46,95 Roth, George - 50,76 Roth, Susan - 34,90 Runyan, Rod - 30,31,34,76 Rutherford, Pat - 47,90 Ryan, Brenda - 95 Ryan, David - 84 Salsberry, Gary - 84 Salser, Daryl - 36,84 Salser, Douglass - 46,95 Schmidt, Howard - 18,34,95 Schnackenberg, J. D. - 45,48,84 Scott, Larry - 30,31,47,90 Scott, Lois - 34,76 Scott, Pamela - 95 Seifert, Debbie - 96 Seifert, Doug - 76 Sheen, Margaret - 34,90 Shelite, Belinda - 30,34,96 Shepard, Ricky - 46,96 Snyder, Jane - 30,57,59,65,96 Stamm, Marshall - 76 Starks, David - 76 Stewart, Kirk - 46,50,52,96 Stewart, Sharon - 29,30,31,36, 40,84 Stitt, Jim - 30,31,43,45,52,76 Stitt, Steve - 46,96 Stone, Billy - 46,53,96 Swafford, Bonnie - 76 Thomas, John - 50,84 Van Rankin, Doug - 90 Van Rankin, Howard - 45,50,77 Vierthaler, Patti - 30,96 Wade, Debbie - 90 Waldschmidt, Mark - 90 Walker, David - 34,54,84 Walker, Kathy - 34,36,37,39,90 Walker, Susan - 96 Walker, Jo Ann - 96 Walker, Mike - 50,77 Walker, Patricia - 96 Warbinton, Doug - 38,48,54,57, 77 Ward, David - 37,45,42,77 Ward (Gardner) Debbie - 37,58, 62,77 Warden, Jeff - 50,77 Wells, Bobby - 30,31,84 Whisman, Barbara - 90 Wilcox, Beth - 18,55,78 Wilcox, David - 47,50,52,96 Wilcox, Judy - 34,38,55,84 Williams, Darrell - 47,90 Williams, Richard - 45,50,52,84 Williams, Dale - 96 Williams, Pauletta - 18,84 Williams, Kathie - 78 Wilson, Janet - 57,84 Witters, Lori - 90 Witters, Sandy - 46,96 Wyssmann, David - 18,43,48,54, 78 1161878 "Sounds of the Past 99 Bring Memories of Former Years. Alumni of Anthony High School cooperated with the Jolly Roger Staff in making the following pages possible. The alumni researched and made material available for the ninety-two years of history in picture and story. 1970 117History of Anthony High School The Public School System in Anthony was inaugurated on May 1, 1879, by the engagement of Misses Clara Sherwood and Sarah Bidwell as teachers. On Sept. 29, C M. Cade and Mary Patton took charge. Saturday, July 23, 1879, the Spring term of school was over, two thirty-day terms comprised the first school year in Anthony called a Fall and Spring Term. The 70 students, their parents, teachers, and friends, along with the editor of the Anthony Journal, J. S. Soule, were holding the school picnic in the school yard. The plans for the new building were coming along nicely. The present school, a frame build- ing 14x16 feet with planks laid across nail kegs for benches, even with the addition could not accomodate the rapidly growing enrollment (the exact location not found on file but be- lieved to be where the fire station now stands). The new plant would accomodate 100 students and their teachers. The editor of the Journal felt that it might be too small. The contract was let to Mr. Hamlin for a bid of $945. A dozen teams and wagons made the long trip to Wichita for lumber. Construc- tion was begun in earnest on Aug. 15, 1879, and completed in 60 days. The structure, 26x50 feet was equipped for $1,300. School opened on Sept. 29, 1879. In 1882 two wings were added at $1,000 as enrollment exceeded the 100 mark (see photo on inside cover). In 1886 it was obvious that a new building had to be erected. Finally, a contract was let for a building costing $22,000 and the heating apparatus cost an additional $2,500 (a far cry from the first year when one fourth of the term was lost due to the lack of stoves and fuel). The furnishings and outbuildings cost an additional $5,500 making the total cost $30,000. While this building was under construction the blackest page in the history of Anthony was written for, at 1 a.m. on the morning of April 19, 1886, three men from Danville—Philip H. Weaver, 27; Henry S. Weaver, 25; and Oliver I M. Weaver, 23, were shot in the basement of the school by a mob of about fifty men from the Danville area. Their bodies were laid out on the floor of what later became the third grade classroom. The building was completed, and the first high school graduating class held its exercises on June 1, 1888. The class consisted of Libbie Randels, Stella Halsey, Grace Russell, and Frank C. Firestone, valedictorian. The building was struck by lightning on Saturday evening, Aug. 4, 1888, and burned to the ground (see photo inside front cover). The building called "The Old Washington School,” was built on the same foundation at a cost of $25,000 and was dedicated on May 30, 1889, and served until June 30, 1927. The Lincoln School was built in 1910 to house the grades after four years of argument as to location and cost. Bonds were issued in 1919 for a building to be used as a high school. If the building had been built with the plans of 1916, it would really have been something in this community; but the delay, plus the rising cost of materials, forced curtailment of these plans. Thus, everything had to be scaled down or eliminated before they were finally accepted. The Anthony High School was finally built at a cost of $35,000 and was dedicated on Friday, Jan. 7, 1921. The address was given by Mr. H. L. Smith, Superintendent of Schools in Lawrence. A girls' basketball game, that was a real thriller, was held that evening in the new gym. The score was tied 14-14 at the end of regulation play. In the five minute overtime the Anthony girls made two goals to their opponents, one making the final score read Anthony 18, Kiowa 15. The Anthony boys, then called "The Tigers," played the Kiowa boys and won 30 to 14. The move from the "Old Washington School" into the Anthony High School was made during Christmas Vacation. Plans now are well under way to move into the new unified high school to be named "Chaparral High.” Building cost will be $2,750,000. Chaparral High is located half way between Anthony and Harper on Kansas High- way K-2. 118First Graduating Class . . . 1888 First diploma measured 21" x 16". An inscription of 'First High School Commencement June 1, 1888” was placed on the taper- inu face of the column sur- rounding the copper box. The contents of the box are now in the Anthony Public Library. The class was organized at the be- ginning of the fall term of 1887 and consisted of Grace Russell, Fstella Hal- sey (Parks), Frank C. Firestone, Libby Randels (Mayes), (pictured), and Blanche Hollingsworth and John Poor- man who left school. On the 31st day of May, 1888, a crowd of more than seven hundred crowded into the Opera House for the first class day exercises of the Anthony High School and the following day for the commencement exercises. The honor of the Valedictory oration was confeired upon Frank Firestone, who had for his subject "Ft Nunc Ini- tium Est” . .. "And Now in the Be- ginning.” Miss Russell read the class prophecy, and the address to the under- graduates was given by Miss Randels. The class history was given by Fstella Halsey. It was the custom of the time to toss flowers and present baskets of them to the students after their orations. (Note flowers in class photo). The address connected with the lay- ing of the center stone in the class plot was made by Frank Firestone, who dug the hole to receive the stone. During his speech he deposited the copper box containing the archives of the class, con- sisting of a catalogue of the Anthony Public Schools, the part each member took in the graduation, the picture of the class, a plot of the school grounds, and the printed program and invitation card of the commencement, banquet, and reception. II91897 1889 Lizzie Bent Walton W. E. Crooker Mary Davis Springer Olin Forbes Lawrence Holdridge Minnie Hoopes Thorp 1890 Sadie Bauman Clawson Frank Buckingham Hugh Fain Ed McCullough Leo Rathburn Crane Rilla Ruddock Manning Carrie Wright McDowell 1891 Robert Beard Ada Buckingham Mack Tom Davis Charles Poorman Fannie Smith 1892 Lillian Beard Claude Brand Maude Brand Linton James Cherry William T. Hall Allen Hilts Orley Northrop Anna Pantier Temple Ned Wright 1893 Maude Cadamy Arnett (John) Edward Campbell Melissa David Nash Sadie Hean David (H.O.) Grace Marsh Bird (S.R.) Will Meyer 1894 Lee Brown Lillian Marsh Bert Northrop Edna Odor McGuire Mertie Odor Boyers 1896 Eva Goudie W. Paul Fain Lettie Hixson Davison Mamie Rice Martin Anna Tubbs Tuck Early Myrtle Fain Sarah Hurd Davis Mattie Moore Stella Pantier Bowers Helen Reilly Ferrell 1898 Alta Huston Wright Nina Pantier Timmons J. Raymond Shidler 1899 Helen Engle Robert Huesman Agnes Mattimore Nina Miller Trask Roy Poundstone Laura Smith Whitney 1900 Agatha Byrnes O’Farrell Libbie Carrithers Burdge Fred W. Olmstcad Mabel Sampson Brown Isaac Shelton J. Knote Withers 1901 Jerry Cook, Lora Orr, Frank Fain, Ned Edwards. Will Poundstone. Louise Bristol Stotts, Winifred Mattimore (not pictured). 120ir?L$racv Bowc" B!°uwtT’ F,oyd Cook Myftle Gwinn Bradford .Mamie Hughbanks Johnson, Olaf B. Ludick Blanche Tucker Lydick. 1903—LEFT: ROW 1: Olive Burchfiel, E. A. Shepardson, Supt., Winona Whittington Pfander, ROW 2: Elmer Watkins, Clara M. Gilmer, Prin., Otha P. Burchfiel. 1904—T to B: Minnie Croft Fox, Zclma Small Smith, Litta Bird Gwinn, Iva Evans McMillan, Pearl Bundy Leech. BELOW: Anthony High School 1907—ROW 1: Joe Zolezzi, Andy Titers, Arthur Littlcpage, Joe Montague, Earl Hunter, Andy Mull, Clayton Law, Elmer Miller, Guy Neal, Fred Sohn, Vernon Bean, Clarence Jacobs, ROW 2: Bob Watt, Jim Prouse, Earl Kennedy, Wallace Johnson, Clyde Faubain, Fred Hamilton, Fred Lydick. Claude Meade, Guy Echroyd, Floyd Harriss, Clarence Law, Grover Kastcns, Iro Krider, ROW 3: J. H. Clements, Supt., Murden Martindalc, Georgia Pilcher, Adeline Finn, (teachers) Jim Edwards, Cecil Burchfiel, Marion Hoath, Nellie Brant, Anna Poundstonc, Mary Clow, Stella Hoath, ?, Martha Hunter, Addie Farmer, Mazie Dusenbury, Grace Krider, Mildred Elliott, Hazel Halbower, Miriam Jacobs, Nellie Gates, Dorothy Morris, Willamina Randels, Marjorie McMahon, ROW 4: Mabel Corbett, Loinc Ball, Frances Randels, Carol Shidler, Helen Simonson, Frances Burchfiel, Ethel Shidler, May Smithson, Edna Semple, Mabel Fulwider, Bertha Morriss, Jessie Patterson, Harriett Duwall, Blanche Clow, Ruth Hoath, Edith Semple, Kate Stewart, Alma Halbower, Kate Blackburn, Gertrude Tuttle, Faye Simmons, ROW 5: Harry K. Wood, Odie Pyles, Ernest Cannon, Art Poundstonc, Everett Hager, Jim Smith, Ralph Yowell, Edwin Hunter, Clyde Brockett. JbW 1907—TOP: Art Poundstone, James G. Smith, Kate Blackburn Weaver, Ralph Yowell, Edith Semple, Alma Halbower Giles, Ena Kirkpatrick, Frances Burch- field Brown, Edna Semple. Harr)- K. Wood, Helen Orr, Harriett Dewall Felt. Bertha Morris, Ernest Cannon. 1908—ROW 1: Kate Stewart Rutherford, Jessie Patterson, Frances Randels Hoch, Everett Hager, ROW 2: Odie Pyles, Blanche Clow, Edwin Hunter, Lorene Hamilton Nichols, Vilona Cutler. INSERT—Beatrice- Rife Frazier. 1909—(unidentified), Lorene Ball Stapleton, Mabel Fulwider, Nellie Gates. Fred Lydick. Fred Hamilton, Marjorie McMahon, Dorothy Morris McVay, Willamina Randels Heacock, Ethel Shidler Cooke, Faye Simmons, Helen Simonson Watt, Mac Smithson Lamb, Gertrude Tuttle Wright. 122 1910—ROW 1: Arthur Littlepnge, Vernon Bean, Nellie Brant. Earl Hunter, ROW 2: Vera Gibbon Kline, Hazel Halbower Kennedy. Clyde Faubian. Martha Hunter. Miriam Jacobs, Grace Krider Burg- mcier. ROW 3: Clarence Jacobs. Earl Kennedy, Clayton Law, Cecil Burchfiel, James Edwards, Guy Neal, Mariam Hoath Cammack. James Prouse. Clarence Law:. Elmer Miller Not pictured.1911—ROW 1: Adabelle Burehfiel Harris, Raymond Deewall, Carol Shidlcr Combs, Olcn Brockett, Hazel Oliver Hatchett, Nana Bennett Wal- cher, Lee Randels. Reba Black- burn Couch. ROW 2: Vester Wells, Sylvester Watkins. Otto Caton, Anna Baker Michener, Mary Clark Dirks. Gay Neal. Anna Poundstone Bettis, Claude Wakefield, Hazel Mil- ler Moorhead, Max Kirk, Dora VanCleve Ihle, Floyd Holder. 1912—ROW t: Ray West. Bertice Poundstone, John Meyer. Richard Dadisman, ROW 2: Ruth Wooley Kropp, Rosa Wilson. Mildred Allen Brown, Elsie Doming Lockwood. Mildred Clarkson, lone Sluss Morgan, Mabel Penrod, Mabel Leslie Embrey. Swan hi Id Miller Rowe, Alta Randels Furr. 1913—Elsie Bevington Meyer, Mile Bird, Thompson F. Blackburn. Anna Carr Kern. Faye Clark Prouse Hunt, Kathleen Croll Cole, Fae Dur- ham Truitt. Roy K. Durham, Josephine Edward Jones, Hel'-n Hilts Gatterman. James Clinton Hoath. Ruth Hoath, Hazel Jennings Gaitskill, Edith McMahan Jordan. Edgar Curger Miller, Edith Shelton, Mary Weldon Learnard, An- nette Wood, John Wood, Ruth Wood Rorick. I9M—ROW 1: Florence Hunt Montague, Glen K. Hamilton, Katharine Jennings Miller. Dcl- munt Montague. Grace Fite Allen, Captain McKee. Mildred Geitgey Powell. Irl Elam. ROW 2: Lotta Thomas Lime. Alfred Nordgrcn. I-issic Davis Kastcns. Adclma Rice Cadamy. Bertha Nold Hunt. Zula Clark Reid. Henry Wilson. ROW 3: Artie B. Sanders, Frances Carr Edwards. Theodore Shidler. Maude Cook Riggs. Rus- sell Jump, Nellie Miller Small, Gavctia Burehfiel. Ruth Durham. Mary Cornick. ROW -f: Edwin Watt. Mahel Sluss Hoath. Hieatt Arnold, Ruth Thomas Enlow. Harold Irwin. Clifford Firestone, Marie Fox Riley. Floyd Comes. 1915- ROW 1: Clio Tysor Clark. Lloyd Diamond. Nina Miller Orr. Amos Small. Mildred Hills Schmidt. Floyd Reynolds. Maunta Van Horn MeMullin. ROW 2: George Randels. Gladys Burehfiel Barutiney. Richard Ryan. Beulah Puce Bateman. Floyd Bowen. Grace Griswold Douce. Ruskin Couch Reha Marts Simmons. Claude Cadamy. Alice Hamilton. Walter Cary. ROW 3. Frank Stranec. Ruhy Hartwick Gee. Earl Wilson. Marie Durham. Bruner Burehfiel. Frances I.udcman Sample. James Price. Imah Bird. Charles Lydick. ROW f: Olive Gilbert Mason. Henry Gates. Leora Brooks. Eschol Leslie. Irene Meyer, Robert Schmidt. Maurita I.aughlin Watkins. George McMahon. 123 1916—ROW 1: Helen Ehrle Schmidt, Esther Osborn Jones, Jim Clark, Zola Kropp Gentry, Herbert Barrett, Helen Wood Stephens. Helen Ball Cuppett, ROW 2: Frank Hoath. Thelma Connell Shellman, Ornie Neal, Estella Griesinger Forsythe, Carson Halbower, Ruth Walters Raberding, Olive Law Cornwall, Frank Strange, ROW 3: Nellie Hike Sheekey, Bessie Hill Turner, Walter Nordgren, Margaret Youngbcrg Richard, Ruth Miller Ross, Milford Powell, Adelaide Bassett Mahler, Imogenc Beebe Randels, Ernest W Qllison. Vera Neal, ROW 4: Allie Jones Hatfield. Leroy Gillespie. Inez Hoke Helmley, Lawrence Cornick, Ruth Watkins Bendon. Ethel Jump, Ellis Stackfleth. 1917—ROW 1: Marie Tayer, Wilbur Hunter, Clara Carrithers Halbower, Harry Halbower, Vida Durham Truitt, Hobart Burchfiel, Nadine Irwin Couch. Durland Hilts, Ida Carr Rombold, ROW 2: Ada Montague Gass, Vinnea Loughead Moore, Minnie Freeman, Roy Meyer, Hazel Stanley, Herschel Cornwall, Elsie Parker Subera, Harold Wilcox, Effie Jones, Carl Coombs, ROW 3: Lcoa Faubion, Katie Loughead, Alfred Raberding, Mabel Clarkson. George Wood. Susie Ball Heinrici, Fred Infield, Jeannie Woodsworth Stewart, Harry Gillispie, Jennie Marts Kcrley, Archie Cox. 124 1918—ROW 1: Ethel Watkins Koelling Deschner, Ethel Griesinger Warnock, Pearl Getz Albaugh, Beatrice Marts Wege, Evelyn Edmundson, Grace Belschner Preston, Gaveta Miller Edcr, Effie Kuhns Nichols. ROW 2: Thelma Small Feliblc, Lillian Smith Weber, Marie Allen Connell, Ilene Hood let Hinshaw, Sallie Toler Couch, Imogene Couch Vincent, Mabel Blackburn Koelling, Mabel Reynold Brown, Alice Hansbarger Coon, Electra Clinton Munger, ROW 3: Lorencc Hamilton, sponsor, Hazel Staley Bird, Florence Meyer Hilts, Bernice Briggs Wilcox. Horace Randels, Esther Hunter Hawk. Earl Neal, Faye Hansbarger Peter, Raymond Luce, Ada Smith Hester, Paul Blankenship, Pearl Smith Longland, Celia Ruth Keller Apostolu, Hattie Williams Wallenstein, Alice Price Henline. Gladys Vannaman Hat- field, ROW 4: Gordon Walters, Ralph Marts, Herman Lee. Howard Wilcox, Dale Simonson. Leroy Griesinger. Bennie Rose, Charles McMillan, William Greve, Not pictured— Herbert Rose, Graydon Brittan (World War I).1919—ROW 1: Eugene Gallop, Lena Orme, Opal Lacy, Warren Wharton, Phyllis Carrithers, Rena Catherwood, Galen Barber, Lila Mitchell, Mamie Clark, Lindley Heck, ROW 2: Minnie Howe, Grace Barber, Gant Kilborn, Alma Jack, Walton Howard, Irene Diamond, Arthur Edgerton, Ruby Luce, Era Clutter, ROW 3: Anna Greve (T), Helen Neal, Birdie Garrison, Louise Brinkman, Ruby Ross, Aural Westbrooke, Elsie Kuhn, Anna Strange, Veta Lear, Principal, ROW 4: Clarence Brooke, Bob Gwinn, Barney Hartley, Elmer Pollock, Allan Ludcman, Morris Denton, Nelson Mock, Howard Jones. Perry Thurman—Not pictured. 1920—ROW 1: Edward Jones, Fermal Cummings, Charles Carr, Gertrude Cooper, Lillian Brubaker, John Griswold, ROW 2: Kathryn Boyers, Eugene Galloup, Leslie Burgmeier, Nellie Helmley, Louis Burlie, Valora Blackburn, Gladys Rankin, Marion Warren, Grace Clark, Clarence Lydick, ROW 3: Ray Randels, Winifred Rhodes, Carl Wharton, Lucile Mulford, Gladys Allen, Raymond Frye, Gladys Hatfield, Paul Heck, Lloyd Veatch, Hazel Birchenough, ROW 4: Clarence Davis, Pauline Potter, Louise Belschner. Donald DeTar, Ethel Atkison, Nellis Comes, Charles McCalcb, Etta Stites, Thomas Kuhns. Lvelyn Roach.1921—ROW 1: Guy Hutchinson, Mildred Gish, Lloyd Miller, Ida Jensen George, Ray Whitney. Ora Denton Floyd. Olin Knight, Valeda Blackburn Jackson, Clarence Hoopes, Elsie Bottorff Wilson, ROW 2: Lola Lee, Robert Boucher, Ruth Gish Hoopes. George Truby, Estelle Rankin, Trecy Howard, Ver- non Asper, Mabel Ludeman, Philip Corbett, Ina Maddux. ROW 3: Adelia Havlicek, George Roberson, Edith Stewart Jones, George Gricsinger, Pearl Turner Turrentine, Josephine Moyer Greve. Frank Miller, Mary Jordan Jones, Arthur Garrison, Avis Hayter, ROW 4: Lina Long Simpson, Kenneth Halbower, Elizabeth Wood Pacey, Olaf Potter, Frances Borgmeier, Hazel Dora Downing, Leroy Montague, Lillye Cox Marvin, Harry Cary, Stella Strnage Baldwin, ROW 5: Hazel Johnson Cruse, Earl Stark. 1922—ROW 1: Dale Gard, Marguerite Richards Holmes, Nellie Walters Nida, Elfrcy Cox, Pearl May Cary, Joye Galloup Scblom. Elsie Ehrle, Ida Ferguson Carr Hopkins. Maurice Meadow, Louella •mith Sturns, Ralph Tague, Nora Smith, ROW 2: Maurita McAdams Watson, Ruth Jones Mellenbruch McHugh, Maurice Buck, Glen Cothern, Ruth Quigley Rishel, Effie Fox Midkiff, Eva Legg Hendrie, Harold Brand, Ruby Lee McCluskey, Wellman Koch. Byrant Turner, Phyllis Turner Howe Cole, ROW 3: Alto Long, Bill Shuyler. Claude Shaver. Beatrice Tannehill King, Frances Huffman Flinn. Maude Flinn Tague, Chester Harrison, Mabel Dorsett Jones, Pearl Montague York. Dorothy Lett Atkis- son. Emilie McAlister Haas, Grant Adkisson.ROW 4: Roland Burchfiel, Hazel Weare, Ethel Blowey Patterson, Rachel Long Lydick, Harry Egbert, Arthur Volker. 1923—ROW 1: Wallace Howard, Helen Whitney Rigg, Ervin Prousc, Ruth Hcntz, Agnes Miller Moore, Carl Frische, Ethel Price, Florence Stark Harrison. Paul Thrasher, Albert Mitchell, ROW 2: Lillie Helmbold Anderson, Rosa Shroycr Whaley, Dorothea Beard Sturns, Charles Burlie, Elmeretta Martcney Little, Karl Miller, Theodore Wood, Edith Owens Oppcl, Velnw Quinn Cowdrey, Merle Hartwick, ROW 3: Victor Truby, Charles Wood, Thelma Shroyer Hewitt. Elizabeth Rose Rousseau, Pauline Turner Garver, Alma Diamond Divinia, Floyd Goddard, Edward Gallagher, Hazel Diamond McFadden Brown, Reba Wise Thurman, ROW 4: Maurita Asper Stearns. Ruth Armstrong Hadley, Aubrey Stark. Lewis Hamm. Bernece Huffman Reneau, Leona Clinton Miller, Joseph Jones, Maurita Suesz Nicholson, Homer Kuhns, Hope Gaither Brodbeck, ROW 5: Aileen Parker Kottal, Leland Detar, Florence Deming Siner, Gertrude Harper Skirvin, Walter Joyner, Hugh Cullison, Amber Adkisson Zeitler, William Love and Irene Meyer. 1924—ROW 1: Lucille Beebe Jones, Stanford Fan ids, James Rood, Frances Alien Bird, Ethylle Buck, Howard Carrithers, Minnie Humfield Hurst, Robert Sturns. ROW 2: Gayle Quinn Ireland, Ruth Davis Bluhm, Ralph Jones, Ruth Coon Jones, Ocrcn Newby, Irene Brinkman Bales, Rozclle Blowey, Florence Kirk, Kate Apperson Barnard, Dwight Hayter, ROW 3: Grace Price Melvin, Winfred DeLozier, Veda Moore Welch, Charles Burlie, Beulah Denton Randels, Clesteele White Sluss, Harold Harris, Paul Durahn, Gerald Hale, Orson Hatfield. ROW 4: Verena Bridgess Stark, Edyth Miller Sechler, Ruth Millard Crawford, Neva Long Gibson, Halson Boorn, Bertha DcBord, Charles Zeigler, Ida Carr Scott, Virginia Pollock Riedon, ROW 5: Lowell Burch, John Cather, Charles Wood, Helen Parker 'Frapp, Gladys Pollock Meals, Bessie Strange Starnes, Edna Burgmeier Delaney, Lillyan Smith Jefferies, Mildred Stanley Hood, Zclma Fulton Strader Rezabek, ROW 6: Mervin Siner, Helen Harbin Schindler, Lloyd Rishell, Ethel Little Cole, Carl Carrithers, Lyle DeMoss, Ray Baird, Ruby Cope Armstrong, Althea Kirk Ncwland. Ralph Hoard. 1 1925—ROW 1: Sam Hutchinson, Harold Brubaker, Lucille Dooley, George Cruse, Hcnly Bratton, Harriet Gilbert Staves, Roberta Jones Long, Harry Wood, Virgil Clark, Fern Cornick McCall, Genevieve Stover Petroff, Leon Jones, Floyd Kennedy, Myrle Isabel I Fent, ROW 2: Eleanor Fox Denton, William Irwin, Ben Zeigler, Dorothy Carr Logsdon, Marjorie Green Elliot, Ruby Elliott Montague, Raybern Clarkson, Mattie Shannon Carr, Glenn Minshall, Frances Roberts Gray, ROW 3: Suzanne Robertson Poppino, Elinor Gard Heath. Nyle Miller, Hazel Bottorff, Marian Garvin, Mary Louise Olmstead Updegraff, Elizabeth Limbird, Jesse Cullison, Flora De Bord Stouffer, Dorothy Bratton Madden, ROW 4: Olive Fox Reynolds, Nila De Bord Taylor, Grace Baird Muir, Roy Birchenough, Hazel Crane Marts. Thelma Mardis Quinn, Frances Rhoads Long. Evelyn Allen Arnett, Evalyn Hoopes Haytcr, Madeleine Joyner McDaniel, ROW 5: Paul Whichcord, Fern Thrasher Wagoner, Margaret Moulton Ikenberry, Theodore Montague, James Murry, DeForcst Balckburn, Monte Crooker, Jack Law.1926— ROW 1: Dent Walker, Frances Hare Webster, Esther Hancher Kern. Roscoe Reynolds. Mayc Scott. Frank Stover, Leota Cleveland Shepherd. Floyd Crum, Eugene Parker. Gladys Johnson, ROW 2: Grant Martin. Ruth Stephenson Mile, Phillip Carter. Lucille Shaver Osborne, Clifford Deere. Grace Johnson Montague Stark. Helen Smith Gideon. Erie Kropp. Winifred Jordan. Ga Hand Matthews. ROW }: Rhoda Wells. Norman Mark. Gladys Clark Anderson. Garold McAdams. Pcrlic Cary. Alice Sechlcr Yager. John Price. Georgia Sincr Reynolds. Iro Cothcrn. I.ela Martin. ROW -1: Clarence Blowcy. Maurity Arnett Dooley. Floyde Taguc. Helen Hatfield Miller. Marsh Bird. Ruth Roberts Presley, Glenn Asper. Edward Thompson. Zelma Edmonson Wackcr. Ralph Rankin. ROW 5: I.oarice Pearce. Rcva Scott Overman. Harold Carr. Crace Cary DeVorss. Henry Hoard. Golda Swafford Prouse, Huxley Hansbargcr. Irene Stark Rcploglc. Clarence Bowcrsock. 1927— ROW 1: Rodney Olmstead, Ruth Limbird. Lucille Johnson. Otha Carr. Merab Salser. Clifford Trotter. Vesta June Lewis. Katherine Mock ROW 2: Neva Fisher. Harold Hanna. Ruth Regnicr. Sylvia Isbell. Winifred Ford. Harold F.vand. Jack Hale. Margone Cornwell. Reba Clepper Emma Jess. ROW 5: Marvel Bonham. Nancy Lee Altaffcr. Muriel Bird. Dorothy Evans. Cordley Brown. Lloyd Simpson. I.ila Mae Miller. Arhtur Duvall. Catherine Wilcox Leo Blowcy. ROW f: Alvin Prouse. Clara Jones. Esther Watts. Frances Durham. Phillip Davis. Frances Cass. Everett McCalcb. Vera Wilson. Wendell Palin. Roma Gish.1928—ROW 1: Almond Hanchcr, Belva Davis, Wanda VanDolah, Pauline Joyner, Lawrence Seipcl, Inez Childers, Kenneth Duscnbury, Dorothea Broche, Ruth Fox, Marga ret ta Bettis. ROW 2: Alberta Brittain, Boyd Worthington, Harold Hayter, Emma Wilcox, Adrian Combs, Keith Dusenbury, Irene Carrithers, Caradon Wilson, Marguerite Brooker, Helen Ritter. ROW 3: Virgil Patterson, Dean Rhoads, Dale Hughes, Grctta Schnackenberg, Raymond Sechler, Frankie Snow, Cora Yourdon, Geneva Kennedy, George Cullison, Eunice Rose, ROW d: Lewis Ravenscroft, Kenneth Sherar. Jack Hale, Olive Wood. Ruth Warren, Delphin Diamond, Charles Calloway, Kathryn Murphy. Iro Carr, Sidney Toler, ROW 5: Cutler Brubaker. 1929—ROW 1: Thelma Burchfiel, Maugucrite Pedrick, Richard Bird, Albert Mallon. Leone Oder, Mildred Wilson. Raymond Shelton, Monroe Jones, Evelyn Duncan, Edna Rishel, ROW 2: Dclvia Waggoner, Lawrence Peitz, Bernice Hansbarger, Louise Ford, Lewis Foglcman, John Deere, Elma Bonham, Ruth Bertenshaw, Kenneth Foster, Dale Mingle, ROW 3: Ocie Brown, Lucilia Hansvarger, Russel Rishell, Russel Steen, Helen Weatherford, Martha Eson, Howard Montague, Peary Pollock, LFcrn Scott, Helen Carothers, ROW d: Lawrence Guthrie, Ray Fox, Molise Calloway, Marcelyn Hoopes, James Nesselroad, Warren Turner, Margaret McKee, Kenneth Asper, Olin Trotter, Jack Bettis, ROW 5: Iva Hardman, Gean Hauck, Alva Garrison.1930—ROW 1: Edna Pearson Jamison, Rita Waggoner Carothers, Mildred DeLozier Mollohan, Dorothy Jordon Teizel, Florence Justice Johnson, Helen Jones McCanse, Wilma Law Dymacck, Edna Nichols Wilson, ROW 2: Dorotha Nichols Downing, Marietta Glover Hungerford, Ruth Diamond Burns, Ruth Hoopes Rishel, Faye Burchfield Barnett, Lillian Zeller Walsh, Mary Wilson, Delma Palin, Junior Mock, ROW 3: Julia Wood, Harriet Swain Gibson, Ruby Gish Kuhns, Lucerne Robertson Bird, Elsie Goss Clark, Fern Schnackenberg Maninger, Harold Swinson, Harry Turner. ROW 4: Irene Riggs Weed, Ruth Nash Kiemel, Helen Mitchell Patton, Elmer Smith, Alice Long Meador, Dorothy Lee Harder, Myrl Coon Pulliam, Marjorie Paton Veatch, Louise Pedrick Young, Mildred Fenton Tusler, Charles Guthrie, Everett Beals, ROW 5: Arthur Murphy, Ruth Clark, Vivian Gates, Junia Todd Jurgens, Goldie Miller Owens, Beth Casper, Vernon Hoopes, Maurice Dusenbury, Pauline Burlie Bushey (not pictured). 1931—(not identified) Evelyn Bettis Pickcrill, W. L. Blackburn, Ernest Bose, Jcaunette Brooker Manges, Jay W. Burnett. Logan Caress, Evelyn Carr Rymph, Thelma Carr Arnett, Elizabeth Carer Palin, Gladys Cole Lawrence, Marshall Coon, Charlscy Cooper Hoopes. Elizabeth Coyle, Rose Crum Gerberding. Lawrence Foglcman, Dorothy Ford Pennington, Doris Gates Dusen- bury. Kenneth Gibson, Harold Grcve, George Guthrie. James Haltom, Fredrick Holt, Olcn Hoopes, Dorothy Lamg Burkholder, Tessic Mayfield Moore, Helen Ruth Meyer Wyester, William George Muir, Olin Northrop, Louise Odor Duncan, Marjorie Ogle Tower, Lois Patterson Carpenter, Lowell Parsons. Harry Peebles. Maurice Powell, Ruth Shelton McNabb, Avis Shroyer Stew-art, Glenice Simpson Strout, Eugene Smith, Herbert A. Snow, Ralph Stark, Elizabeth Louise Stephens, Milton Strout, Maurice Veatch, Dorthea Watkins Marsh, Virginia Watson, Earl Wells, Ralph Wilcox. Paul Wilson, Winifred Wynck Moore.1932—Harold Adkisson, W. Gordon Arnett. Herman Barnard. Margaret Ruth Barnard Ziegler, Delbert Nile Browne. Hazel Mae Brown Hackney. Bennie Cary, Mildred Frances Connor Jones, Wilma Diamond Dickson, Marcelyn Dusenbury Humbert, Genevieve Guthrie Cox, Charles Hardman. Tilford Hargett. Eve Hayter Davis. Leo Heiser. Wilma Hoffman Dillon, Raymond Hoopes, Weldon Hughbanks, Dean Hughes. Helen Eleanor Hunter McMullin, Carmen Jefferies Livingston. Bonita Jones Earnest. Edwyna Jones. Lois Justice Stone. LaFIceta Lee Croft. Kathleen Mallon Seipel, Ivan Mantooth. Lela Mantooth Huddleston. Harold Merriman, Lois Maurine Miller Yeager, Mary Marguerite Mock Ellis. Fidelia Jean Palin Donnohue. Howard Parsons. Raymond Patterson, Lou Velm, Pearl Osborn, Mcrvin Peebles. Dale Perry, Charles Poston. Jr., Lucille Rankin Shcrriff, Marvin Scott, John Arthur Seth, Evelyn Shannon Gibson, Clarice Smith Hale. Anna Smith White Calani, Robert Eugene Stark. Marvin Stone. Bernice Swinson Dickey, Bryce Todd, Milan Trctbar. Vera Turner Denton, John Ward, Martha Wilson. 1933— James Bonhert. Berniece Bradley Huddleston, Harold Broce, Vivian Bonita Campbell Hughes, Joy Carter Hughbanks, Florence Cooper Adkisson, Clifton Couch, Opal Crum Worford, Lou Wilma Detwilcr Rust, Georgia Louise Fenter Sampson, Donna Pauline Fcely Chapman. Wayne Fling. J. Otha Fox, Keith Foster, Thelma Fox Phillips, R. Vincent Garvin, Anna Haltom Lincoln, Lloyd Hayter, Marguerite Hennessey DeVoge, Irene Hill Beedy, Marvin Hill, Kenneth Huffman. Otha Jones, Harriet Charlotte Kane Beaver, Howard Kirk, William Large, Joan Law Delp, Noreen Lcota Lee Miller, Earl Le Mon, Hazel Lee Merriman, Ruskin Meyer, Thelma Irene Miller Mood, Rev. Forrest W. Nash, Olive Ogle Ghormley, Durland Powell, Mildred Madge Scott, Gylah Schnackenberg Smith, Eugene Stewart, Ruth Swinson Allen, Martha Teem Johnsmeyer, Glennys Theresa Veatch Hughes, LuCile Agnes Walking Loyd, Rosena Wiemeyer, Rosa- mond Wilcox Sievers, Richard Williamson. 1934— Joyce Elixabeth Bean Rogers, Mary Blowey Sullivan, Dorothy Bridgcss Anderson, Loyal Brown, Eugene Carrithers, Maxine Cary Grosch, Vera Marlea Gasper, Clarence Chasey, George Clabough, Virgil Cole, Helen Coon Steinackcr, Margaret Pauline Duncan Kelly, Elizabeth Duwe Snyder, Ruth Duwe Schmidt, Berniece Fenton Burr, Margaret Fetters Patterson, Mcrvin Wesley Flood, Frank Foglcman, Sarah Marguerita Gates Hite, Juanita Hamilton Sweet, Thaine Minton Heiser, Charles Oden Herold, Palma Hilbig, Geneva Hughes Rcdfern, Rolland Hughes. Harold Emmett Humfield, Loren William Hyatt. Eleanor Druzilla Kirk Bennett, Philip Law, Arliss Brown Lee, Maxine Long Cooper, Kenneth Mantooth, Virginia Martin Moldenhauer, Frances Mayfield Hargett, Forrest Meyer, Genevieve Michael LeBlond, Helen Moore Goodwin. Eileen Mildred Murphy Erwin, Aileen Patterson Bond. Carl Patterson, Harry Patton, Bertha Peebles McDaniel,’ Shirley Pohlenz Drinkard, Gerald Powell, Ellis Redfern. Genevieve Rcneau Finley, Beth Rutherford, De Martini, Duane Oral Rutherford, Lawrence Vernon Scott, Keith Sherar. Mary Louise Springer McCuistion, Threva Thomas Miller, Charles Thompson, Max Tysor, Inez Vogt, Ruby Walters Brazzell, Julius Ward, Georgia Lodema Williams, Phillip Roger Young, Mildred Youngbcrg Knitel. The Grand Opera House Dec. 1887—June 2, 1933. The first graduating class was held here. The build- ing seated 900 including private boxes and standing room for an additional 300. Several concerts were held here and this was the finest building of its kind between Kansas City and El Paso.C. Lee Kennedy Willow Linn Ralph Guthcric Wilma Hughbanks Eugene Chascy Gwin Morse Lemke Dorothea Harper Merle Snyder Gerald Haytcr Betty Van Dolah Marlyn . Snyder El wood Canaan Hazel Roach Grasser SENIOR CLASS 1 35 R. B. Moore Frances Small Wilmont Ancth Rice Lynam Jim Smithheisler Ruth Wimmer Lorene Linn Clif Angle SI Dorothy Nichols Austin Hershberger Morris Rcdfern Robert Poston Ethel Perry Lee Fenton Lawrence Flood lone Rutherford Mary Moore Edith Vanderpool M Everett Goodner Rosemary Casper Marge Blowcy Millions 13319 6—(unidentified) Callie Armstrong. Ralph Bean. Donald Lee Birchcnough. Emogcnc Dorothy Blowey Williams. Ruth lone BndgeSS Clayton. William Campbell. Kenneth Carothers. Roy Carter. Roy Chadwick. Fern Cooper Wagner. Dons Louise Cross Boyer Anastasia Duran Sandoval James Albert Dusenburv. Frcdric Dusenbury. Thomas Wesley Fanning. Harold Elbert Fawcett. June Fogleman Hill. Lcland Crasser. Kenneth Ha I tom. Glen Hardman. Glendine Hardman Sproul, Frances Nadine Hcrold Parsons. Lewis Hill. John Hixson. Ernest Hnopcs. Ellsworth Donald Humes. Granville Johnson. Lorcnc lone Jones Morgan. Claude Kennedy. J. A. Kirts. Zeta Marie Lee Roach. Lucille Long Mingle. Fern Olive McMichael. James Mcnasco. Robert Lee Mueller, John Nichols. Walter Nichols. Muriel Eleanor Orr Baugh Johns. Leslie Lawrence Parsons. Mary Kathryn Powell Anderson. Nora Fern Redfern Duckworth. Mary Evelyn Price Hufford. Robert Rencau. Virginia Roots Welch Barrett. Eula Rutherford Crawford. Doris Sanders Hayter. Helen Veronica Shannon Close. Kenneth Alford Smith. Wavey Mac Scott Fenton, Pauline Smith Patterson. Willa Ruth Stauf Hall. Donald Stoddard. Marie Feme Todd Sherar. Opal Lorcnc Tower Jemison. Helen Turner Olivier. Mary Lou Turner Ryland. Mary Maxine Veatch Jax. Maxine Elizabeth Vcatch Payne. J. C. Waggoner. Ivan Wagner, Charles Wilson. Merl Wilson. Eleanor Ruth Woodworth Poston. 1937—(unidentified) Robert Adkisson, Maxine Baird Jones. Dorothy Bettis. Harold Burton, Raymond Gtrothers, Harriet Cary Laing, Imogens Cary Johnson, Ruthena Casper Stoddard. Ray Chadwick, Lillian Last Bridson, Joseph Ellis Farmer. Paulagene Finch Luizza, Major Clarence Fox, Velma Fox Barry, Phillip Lee Galloway, William Donald Garvin, Geraldine Harper Patterson, Phillip Hatfield, Daniel Hayes, Ruth Hihhard Vawter, Harold Stanley Hilts, Elberta Hoard Newell Whittington. James Robert Hoath, Maxine Hoel Gilliland, Maxine Hoffman King. Amos Ray Jones, Genevieve Jones Barber, Orma Lee Jones Smith, Burton Keeble, Rev. Vernon Le Mon, Mildred McAllister Oliver, Leo McElroy. Robert Vernon McElroy, Wesley Meade, Warren Meador, Dorothy Meineke, Erby Dean Miller. Arvey Milligan, Winifred Mingle Bridges, Ruth Moore Martens. Col. Glen Mueller, Dr. Frank Murphy, Helen Jo Neal, Gladys Peebles Goodman, Velva Pefflcy Bates, Wilma Pohlcnz Hoopes, Elizabeth Poston Hatfield, Ruby Roach King. Vcldean Roots Bridgess. Harold Ronald Scott. La Vaughan Silcott Lee, Virginia Strain. Kenneth Thomas. Phyllis Tolle Cravens, Beatrice Wallace Lively, John Watt, Jr.. Edward Wimmcr. Elizabeth Wood Bartlett, Iris Irene Wood. Major Hunter Yowell. 1938 (unidentified) Everett Aieshire, Frances LuRee Anthony Stout, Ben Baldwin, Jr., Dr. Marvin Harold Bean. Frances Helen Brown Patton. Wilma Arlene Bursch Huston, Edna Louise Carr Fields, Vernon Lee Carr, Kathryn Casper Perry, Anna Mac Cathcrwood Duncan, Darold Deane Caton, Billy Donahue Connell, Donald Louis Crane. Robert George Croft, Ella Fern Duncan Johnson, Arthur Henry Duwe, Gladys Marie Gaume Drouhard, Virgil Wayne Gering, Virgil Gilliland, Billie Merle Hanley, Lucerne Evelyn Herold, Robert Lee Hill, Herbert Leroy Hoopes, Richard Lyman Justice, Jean Anne Kropp Bottomley, Billy Theodore Laing, Ruth Irene Long Jacob, John Lowe III, Bessie Ruth I.yn3m Denes, Alice Emmajean McBee Nossaman, Betty Deane McDaniel Spingler, Arlyn McGuire Weiberg, Melvin McMichael, Alice Eleanor Miller Barker, Frances Miller Hartman. Marguerite Moore McElwain. Alma Maude Nichols Hoover, Edwin Spencer Orr, Margaret Luccrn Orr Gray, Thelma Parkerson Scott, Alvin Patterson, Kerris Ray Powell, Joseph Prouse, Jr., Merl Everett Salser, Nadine Scipcl Jones, Orin Dale Silcott, Elizabeth Smith Nelson. Olive Marie Smith Robertson. Christena Stands Taggart, Sarah Adelia Stigers Curry, Willa Mae Teem Springfeldt, Claudine Thomas Connelly, Pearl Evelina Thomas Hibbard, Richard Karl Timm, Frances Evelyn Wagner Leatherwood, Max Watkins.1939—ROW 1: Shirley Shannon Yeager. Bob Straughan, Maxine Law, Robert Long, David Cadamy, Doris Jones Kegble, Hazel Hibbard Cantrell, Albert Fawcett, Betty Birchenough Ray I. Grace Bloom Dusenbury, Norma Meyer Leader Freedman. ROW 2: Gladys Hughes Hobbs, John Croft, Peggy Dawson Muth, Mar)1 Ann Dary Schiff, Betty Lefever Wilson, Velma Standrich Oswald. Marjorie Harper Grum, Carmen McGuire Meade. L«i« Grasser Croft, Gracia East Dingle, ROW 3: Eicon Hill Spriggs, Marjorie Stephenson Hahn, Juanita Hoard Armstrong, Virginia Myers Coffman. Thelma Baird Pilcher. Lydia Ann Salsberry Lawrence. Betty Heiser Alton, Jean Van Dolah Brown. Virginia Beboust Baker Vernanice Hivner Furneaux, ROW 4: Lee Stackfleth, Evelyn Head- berg I.eitch, Louise Haltom Brown, Doris Kastens. Thelma Campbell Durant, Earl Stegall, Maxine Bond Hall, Frank Wachholz. ROW 5: Earldcan Hibbard, Donald Smith. Gorden Hoath. Richard Pestinger. Leon Cox. Vivan Neal Gates. Vera Rutherford Gabbard, Girold Rutherford Wachholz, ROW 6: Aimer Wiemeyer. Dean Corbett, Willis Jones, Bob Corbett. Lewis Duncan, Frances Meyer Kroemer. 1940—ROW 1: Marjory Watkins Lyon, Ruth Graham Chandler, Dorothy Stewart Butler, Maxine Martin Potts. Marguerite Gilek Hoover, Geniece Hivner Lindemann. Dorothy Hoodlet Scoby. Norma Carothers Brown, Jean Stout Straughan. ROW 2: Charles Watkins, Jessie Wagner Graves. Edith Armstrong Whitney. Helen Bettis Wiemeyer, Roberta Metzkcr Palmer. Wanda Hershberger Groves, Suzanne Schmidt Swafford, Johnny Swafford. ROW 3: Henry Hudgens. Diana Guthrie Frazier. Dorothy Anderson Hall. Vivian Shaw Cullison, Evelyn Bebermeyer, Lorraine McMichael Messnyr. Jack Yeager, ROW 4: Dalton Eash, Irene Gass Nichols, Bethalee Adkisson Lay. Ruth Moore Dakin, Nadine Jones Adkisson. Donald Cunningham. ROW 5: Chester White, Jr.. Robert Lee Gates. Arlene Burton Ross. Fannie Hughbanks Elliott, Dorothy Huston. Myrtle Ford Parsons, Mattalena Wiemeyer Ashmore. ROW 6: Don Pohlenz, Donald Messener, I.ynndell Baker. Ruth Gaume Ronck, Thelma Justice Van Horn. Lauretta Crum Bennett. Emma Hill. ROW 7: Jess Cullison, Abelino Durant, Donald Johnson, Lee Anthony, Joseph Ault. Alfred Young. Elbert Tower. Robert Cary, John Parker, Louise Everett, Minter Brown. Supt.Seniors l«ft to righ: are: First row, Charles D. Williams. Harry Rice. Richard Williams, Harold Lee, Jack Fox. Arthur Shannon, Maynard Grubb, Devid Hawk. Dean Ready; second row. Lavonne Gates. Max Stevens. Philipp Duwe. Georciann Poston, Esther Wilson. Betty Jo Zuber. Clara Beth Price, Leota Ruth Smith. Mary Hawkins: third row, Joan Van D-'lah. Wilma DeTar. Ethel Mae Connor. Ollie Mae Chadwick Norma Zuber; fourth row, Donna Moore, Edith Wilson. Marcella McCante Mary Bevinqton. Anna Belle Waeaman. Margaret Wilson. Maxine Wharton. Robert Hilts: fifth row, Lois Albers. Carmel Olivier. Mary Ann Kastens. Bill Hughes, Marie Smith. Kathryn Elliott. Georgia Chasey. Virginia Fox. Margaret Hilts. Barbara Jean Schmidt: sixth row. Mayford Graves. Edgar Powell. Elwood Wedman. Harold Price. Williard Swafford. Charles Linn, l.ols Hopkins. Joyce Harris. Betty Jane Lynam: seventh row, Charles Halbower. Howard Miller, Carlos Watley. Albert Zeller. Adolph Dary. Richard Huffman. Mickey McGuire. Mary Ellen Brown: last row. Mr. Jess O. Cullison, Mr. Alfred R. Young. Miss Louise Evcritt. Mr. Mir.ter E. Brown, Graydon Cross, and John Pearson. Delbert McCansc. Wayne Fawcett, and Mary Lee Stauf were absent at the time this picture was made. 1942—Dean Alley. Warner Bohnert, Marvin Broce. Joy Carotliers Dodgen, Phil Carter. Earl Catherwood, Morris Christiansen. James Clark, Gayle Dary Lareu. Leota Ruth Downing Burr. George Duran, Regina Eades Platt, Vernon Elliott, Katherine Fawcett Hayne, Lois Gass Bramlett, Delores Gates, Geraldine Gaume, Clair Haltom, Phyllis Hardin Straughn, Dorothy Jean Hare Nichols, Rex Hatfield. Major Donald Hawkins. Garold Hoard, Robert Lee Hoard, Wilma Hughes Swafford. Lonnie D'-an Kastens. Mary Lou Kastens Chippeaux, Philip Elmer Kastens, Melvj Kennedy Cummings, Robert Knight, Izola Livingston Duwe, Earl McMichael, Velta McMichael Maninger, Robert Major, Helen Meyer McGuire, William Edgar Miller, Frank Morrison, Ileen Nichols Lytle, Dorotha Ann Nordgren Krumery, I.orna Iris Parkerson Kastens. Betty Jean Pearson Hull, Marian Pollock, Edna Ravenscroft Locke, Bruce Ready, Malissa Lou Riggs Johnson, Marjorie Rishell Hawk Larson. Jack Roberson, John Schnackenberg, Jr.. Maurita Pearl Shaw Nagle, Clark Sheldon, Herman Smithhisler, Ruby Gladys Stamm Koestel. Jack Staples, Phyllis Nadine Stark Price, John Stephenson, Phebe Mae Stigers Buckner, Glen Jackson Swafford, Opal Thomas Eslingcr. Myrlt Wagner Roberson, Ruth Watley Casey, Margaret Anne White Hoard, John Philip Williams, Helen Wood Rishell Swafford. 1943—ROW 1: Hal Bingham, Lucy Jackson Storm, Maxine Flinn Stuchal, Claudinc Gates Adams, Carol Halbower Haury, Ellen Metzkcr Galloway, Vivian Hockctt Beardsley, ■ Barbara Smithhisler, Gordon Walters, Bob Parsons, Willard Pohlenz, ROW 2: Marlin Bond, Caroline Cooke Haines, Delores Huffman Van Etten, Phyllis Grasser Otis, Betty Frank Rohrback, Ruth Ready Fulling, Ruby Smithhisler Richardson, Galen Mardis, Clifford Shannon. Jimmie Price, ROW 3: Jack Nichols, Virginia Wedman Berube. Edgar Barrett. Frances Armstrong Adams, Margaret Fisher Atteberry, Ruby Wilson Pollock, Barbara Turrcntine I.aing, Lois Blankenship Waldschmidt, Pearl Gering, Bette Morse Patterson. Gladys Graves Blizzard, Mariana Mueller Cox, Arlene Williams McNeal, Lois Baldwin Montague, Wilbut Van Etten, ROW 4: Dwight Lee, Richard Graham, David Montague, Shirley Cheatum. Horace Menasco, Eugene Velasquez, Walter Waldschmidt, Richard Rump, Lloyd Francis, ROW 5: Teachers—Wendell Grove, Carmen Shoemaker, Clarence, Supt. Mintcr Brown (not pictured), Patsey Eades Ritter. Marian Laing, Stanley Burchfiel. Nell Jones Latimer, Leon Haltom. Frank Taft, Juan Calderon. I 19i4 ROW 1: LaVonne Lear Bigelow, Velma Kershner Sanders, Dorothy Coom Drummond, Lula Hughes Hunt, Ruth Ann Barrett Stuart. Doris Houlton Ward, Pat Hyatt Detwiler, ROW 2: Vclree Moyer Fox, Roberta Reynolds Engle, Frances Montague Spangler. Mary Gass Galloway, Wahneta Hatfield Sunderland, Marilyn Hilts Blomquist, Lillian Allen Childers, Bruce Atchinson. ROW 3: Bob Staples Don Rcver, Alta Slaughter Lingo, Aline Lynam Hooten, Ellen Sturns Cheatum. Ruth Eslingcr Bettis, Mabel Post Brotton Lorraine McCanse Dodd, ROW 4: Wendclin Smithhisler, Betty Lou Eash Rushing, Alice Vlcek Childers, Irene Croft Purdy Marjean Reneau, Wilma Turner Keller, Frances Hanley Snyder, Marie Gates Hibbard, Gene Ryan, ROW 3: Edwin Rood. Scott ’shahan. Howard Wimmer, Donald Rutherford, Dick Noftzger. Leo Kastens, ROW 6: John Couch Roger Andrews, Victor Elliott. Phil Pestinger, Maurice Cleveland. Bob Waldschmidt, Sponsors, Geraldine Gosch, Clarence Spong, Wendell Grove. Mmter Brown, Supt.19-45—ROW 1: Nelda McClellan Parsons, Kent Thompson, Judy Warren Menasco, Bob Martin. Pat McGovney Kille. Peggy Graves Murray, Bernie Rishcll, Margaret Haltom Mardis, Leonard McCanse, Marjorie Crow Malcomb, ROW 2: Barney Menasco, Betty Jo Alley Rutherford, Hod Mardis, Maurita Gaither Ellis. Bob Cather, Howard Gillespie, Burchie Burchfiel Kastens, Max Rife. Emma Swafford Giescn. Milford Coady, ROW 3: Norma Laina Stewart, Bob Thomas, Mayola Kelly Wooten, Girl Ryan, Evelyn Mock Pohlcnz, Doris Moore Barrett, Dick Barber, Margaret Ann Joines Hoagland, Kenneth Houser, Lorene Van Ranken Waldschmidt, ROW 4: Max Krumrey, Ellen Marie Denton Warren, Phil Sydney, Charlene Allen. Don Bevington, Gene Dixon, Izalia Livingston Duwe. Loren Long. Doris Wohlgemuth Little. Cyril Meyer, ROW 5: Betty Knight Neal, Keith Moore, Dorothy Hcrold Todd Vanis, Bob Kastens, Vonnic Lee Neal, Wanda Coon Herrin. Carllyle Roots. Phyllis Whitney Stobaugh, Marvin Franklin. Marvel Thomas Mingle. ROW 6: Stanley Stout, Norma Hatfield Stout. Joe Gideon. Mary Jean Yager. Bill Patton, Wilmot Girr, Don Pohlcnz. Noma Smith Martin’, Kenneth Linn, Clarence Spong. 1946— (unidentified) Carmen Atchison Dixon, Letha Brown Rudrauff. Marilyn Bryan Burchfiel, Rosalee Bursch Niethamer. Mary Cather Bushnell, Yvonne Chappel Bell, Ben Clark, Gene Cleveland. Robert Denton, Keith Dombaugh, Floyd Dunning, Jr., Lillian Duwe Velasquez, Betty Ellington Bishop, Roberta Garvin Sprague, Ruth Gilek Roberts. Nellie Hanely Whisman, Robert Hanna, Franklin Heel, William Hilts, Margaret Hoopes, Doyle Huffman. Bernicce Hughes, Eva Jackson Zumalt, Garold Jones, Glenn Jones, Mary Jones Johnson, Frances Kastens Warner McKnight, Joan Lear Eye, Robert McKee, Joyce Maltbie Cornick, Mary Montague Jewell, Winifred Patterson Gerberding, Carol Price Rankin, Betty Prousc Botkin, Herbert Prouse, LeEtta Roberts Lester, Jack Scott, Betty Standrich Romine, Duane Stevens, Robert Stewart, Charles Truby, Charles Underwood, Harold Velasquez, Ruth Wallace Harriet, Lawrence Williams, Wilford Wyckoff, Jo Ann Waggoner Galusha.1947—ROW 1: Mary Thurman Clark, Wesley Sallee, Ellen Long Rishell, Jerry Holland, Marthella Shaw Thornhill, Guilford Barnard. June Wachholz Oblcy Price, ROW 2: Kenneth Rosseay, Jim Hopkins. Frank Meyer, Rosa Mac Chism Blasdell, Richard Bohnert, Joan Hanley Meyer, Bill Downing, Ken- neth Snyder, Lula Mae Grandstaff Hawley, Nelson Burton, ROW 3: Rolland Freed, Twila Cheatum Wiggins, Elmer Va nderpool, George Podschun. Norma Jean Coady Nulik, Wesley Poston, Belva Turner Niemann, Marvin Turren- tine, Richard Van Rankin. Pauline Walker Redger. ROW 4: Jerry Connell, Bill Baird, Betty Ann Long Watts, Bob Standrich, Dorothy Watley Bubdy, Bill Woody, Lucerne Montague, George Wagoner, Bonnie Snodgrass Con- nell, Bernard Kastens, ROW 5: Leroy Smith, Jean Smith Cleveland, Jim Underwood. Joyce Mingle Frizzell Fry, Bill Bates, Betty Mae Houser Lewis, Vernon Ryan, Betty Faye Gates Berggen. Phil Barrett, Gerald Fisher, ROW 6: Pat Men- asco Templin, Bliss Ransom, Bill Howard. Lonnie Smithhisler. Joyce Mardis Sterling, Dick Templin. Boyd Hatfield. Nita Faye Deshong Shannon, Robert Eslinger, Dorothy Laird Martin, ROW 7: David Bet- tis, Jane Halbower Bascomb, Bill Price, Beverly Tucker Hagen, Bob Sydney, Donald Miller, Barbara Bassford Bauer, Raymond Dorn- bough, Lorraine Halbower Volsky Rankin Griesingcr. 19 1»—ROW 1: Mrs. Claudine Chamberlin Goring (sponsor), Carolyn Alley Buckles, Margaret Ann Wimmer, Shirley Hockctt Lee, Dorothy Ann Meyer Czaplinski, Mary Jo Ransom Hodson, Beradinc Prouse Mardis. Sandy Newsom (sponsor), ROW 2: Marion Asper Sharkey, Kathleen Rump Drosselmeyer, Joyce Walker Walker, Joyce Hawley Harger, Vera McCanse. ROW 3: Neva Franklin Barlow, Virginia Kastens Warren, Gladys Johnson Bollman, Geraldine Brown Park, Dorothy Jc3n Halbower Menges, Jean Bailey Ryan, Ruth Montague McClean, ROW 4: Patrica Price Drouhard, Claribcl Cather Baer, Marcelyn Krumery Troycr. Jo Ellen Stark Kelley, ROW 5: Jack Metzker, Bob Couch, Jack Templin, Dean Schmidt, John Fox, Leroy Walker, ROW 6: Dwight Hoopes, Howard Kastens, Vernorv Winery, Gene Cammack, Ivan Pfalser, Ray Thomas Lloyd Hopkins, ROW 7: Bill Timmons, Dale Pardcrson. Donald Osborn, Bill Kastens, Don Collins, Jim Bates.19-19—(unidentified) Dona Albert Butler, William Behrmann, William Browning, Virginia Chism Nichols, Barbara Cooper Garlow Kiser, Dona Cooper Hanna, Jack Crittenden, Neva Gaile Davis Stewart, Mary Ann Dilts Rix, Wanda Dilts White, Permelia Downing Arasmith, Jimmie Fox, Robert Freed, Virginia Galloway Barrett, Rebecca Jeanette Griswold, Robert Graves, James Griswold, Harry Halbowcr, Dick Hamliton. Frank Hanley, Beverly Harrison Stinson, Jim Hester, Jo Dee Howe Goshorn, Patricia Kastens Coady, Patty Kiser Kadau. Jackv Lear, Hazel Longland Wolley, John McKee, Ralph Meyer, Marion Miller House, Bobbie Ogle, Elizabeth Patterson Starks, James Patterson. Phyllis Perry Brooks, Clarice Podschun Esparza. Lyle Rousseau, Mona Rousseau Hoffman, Melvin Smith. Teresa Smith- hisler Brooks, Billy Standrich. Billy Starks. Lillian Stouffer, Bobbie Swafford, Jeanne Thomas Eslinger, Nancy Truby Krhut, Walter Underwood, Betty Velasquez Maricle, Jennie Waldschmidt Van Rankin, Billy Warnock, Ray Warren. LaDuska Whinery Linn, Betty Whitney Johnson. Herbert Wilcox, Jr.. Howard Williams, Frederick "Tom” Woody. 1950—ROW 1: Mary Jo Stewart Martin, Joyce Doctor Jolly, Frances Downing Goddard, Shirlee Gaither Hoopes, Mary Jane Jones Dewey, Inez Coady Holliday, Shirley LaPlant Vondracek, Bette Cooper Morgan, ROW 2: Danny Donica, Athol Green, Bob Burdue. Phyllis Walker Seifert, Del Randels, Ann Lytle Nichols, Charles McMichael, Marilyn Button Halliday, ROW 3: Carole Stout Opel, Arlene Bettis Lloyd, Frcida Hudgens Schmidt, Mary Jo Warren Barrett, Loiene Walker Anderson, Pat Armstrong Wilcox, Jeanne Johnson Kastens, ROW 4: Norma Albright Henderson, Don Powell, Janet Coglizer Woody, Kaye Coon Kirchman, Joyce Montague Latta, Martha Montague Taylor, ROW 5: Jim Hilts. Shirley Crooker Owens, Duane Pulliam, Pat Howard Miller, Betty Walker Fisher, Pat Fox Williams, Viola Hager Pfalser, ROW 6: Charles Lear, Vernon Angle, Georgia Hamilton Klaver, Wanda Ricker Bollman, Marilyn Meyer Downing. Ruth McCanse Ellis, Maureen Bonham Grandon, Shirley' Wohlgemuth Marken, ROW 7: Monte Gass, John Reber, Ed Byrd, Francis Hoopes, Travis Durr, Katherine Hern Durr, Joan Denton Smith, Jim Murray, Bill Grabham. Bob Mowry, ROW 8: Norman Whcaly. Lloyd Cordwell. Dean Stackfleth, Wayne Whitney. ROW 9: Hal Gates, Vic Hager. Bob Sharp, Benny Croft, Charles Wood. 1951 ROW 1: Virginia Goddard Couch, Winifred Morton Lear, Genevieve Patterson Hamill, Joyce Joyner, Virginia Stark Halbower McAdam, Arlene Glover Young, Joyce Ricker Ross, Valeria Bevington, Dulcenia Tower Hansen. ROW 2: Marsh Doctor. Dick Downing, Mary Alice Wilson Prather, Alma Chism Yoe, Peggy Meador Schmidt, Joyce Hoopcs Greve Bellesine, Peggy Jones Jelinek, Betty Denton Brewer, Norma Davis Compton, ROW 3: Glen Tague, Melvin Phillips, Alberta McCanse Jhhnson, Zora Lewis Garnett, Nina Chrittenden Looper, Sue Montague Hawkins, Darlene Schcel May, Evelyn Long, Phil Elliott, Nancy Staples Templin, Jack Denny, Verlan Neal, Harold Ryan, ROW 4: Gaye Mortimer Scott, Gerald Banard, Parker Harrison, Jack Walker. Mary Velasquez, Bob Templin, ROW 5: Jim Kastens, Gerald Cullnp, Jerry Miller, Daryl McCoy, Bill Galloway, Pat Hodson Klett, John Moore. ROW 6: Ernest Schmidt. Frank Goddard, Phil Donica, Jim Bassford. Don Halbower. Don Albert, Don Gering, Earle Smith. 1952—ROW 1: Marguerite Hardesty Lohronz, Joyce Turrentine Doyle, Myrtle Raberding Anderson, Shirley Armstrong Webb, Wand Holt Morgan, Wanda Turner Lyles, Robert Patterson, ROW 2: Yvonne Lawson Denny. Sue Walker Brcneman, LaVona Allen Hubbard, Frances Jones, Connie Hayter Williams, Joyce Francis Waggoner, Gerald Rousseau, ROW 3: Joyce Bonham Kaufman. Ann Walker Peters. Peggy Babcock Miller, Sue Seth Gable, Eula Armstrong Scott, Neal Scott, Jeanne Gaither Williams, Jerry 'L. Laird. Paul J. Montague, ROW 4: Patricia Moyer Gautier, Veda McClellan Kune, Clarice Bowersock Raida. Roberta Sue Hudgens, Linda Woody Cheatum, Suzanne Fox Terry, Christine Christiansen May, Eleanor Morgan Holder. Dean Wohlgemuth. ROW 5: Sammie Oti', Walter Asper, Phillip Price, Larry Patterson. Donand Ransom. Dick Moore. Marvin Grandstaff, Glen Hoopes, ROW 6: Jack Sechler, Max Truby, Dwight Hatfield, Floyd Mardis, Richard Standrich, Jack Bevington, Robert Whaley, Gary Henderson. ROW 7: Bill Swinson. Bill Lear, Don Parkerson, Benida Lear Fox, Joe Hopkins, Patricia Mitchell McConbrcy. Bill Wilson. Proc Randels. Donald Holcomb, Not Pictured—Frank Hess, Jr.1953—ROW 1: Wynona Bettis Jones, Sue Underwood Enholm. Joyce Downing Gilstrap, Margaret Hunter Kennedy, Charlene Reneau Olivier, Lina Long Lipps, Patty Pooler Burke, Pat Grasser, ROW 2: Clarice Wilson, Gilbert Mason, Miles Tade, Don Truby, Martha Meyer Ferguson, Joyce Warnock Ransom, Roberta Cordwell Duncan, Jerry Duncan, Shirley Turner, ROW 3: Norma Thomas Spillman, Betty Henry Carmichael, I.ewanna Fox Hill. Donna Rife, Bob Truby, Richard Dickey, Jim Lear, Tom Kastens, ROW 4: Jim Donica, Bob Alley, Richard McKnight. Charles Seipel, Lee Whitaker. H. D. Lear, Jack Helms, ROW 5: Richard Adkisson, Tom Murry, Bill Hess, Dick Lear, Charles Elliott, Clair Walker, Jim Walker, Paul Harlan, Gordon Angle. 1954—ROW 1: Ruthie Meyer Wehling, Anna Lee Galloway Halbower, Carol Halsey Burcher, Carolyn Couch Redfcrn, Janet Potts Ryan, Donna Denny Schuster, JoAnn Duncan Randels HMIen. ROW 2: Donna Ricker Hanna, Myrna Sproul Smith, Judy Moore Puckett, Kay Mardis Brewer. Alberta Bruce Croft, Shirley Ho't Montague, Joyce Kastens Wohlschlegel, Barbara Perry Pryor McCanna, ROW 3: Beverly Patterson Graves. Barbara Moore Johnson, Pat Longbine Walker, Donna Standrich Pyles, June Moore Kastens. Shirley Pierce Martin, Jerry McCanse, ROW 4: Larry Bettis, Rodney O'mstead, Harlow Halbower, Don Bohnert, Raymond Reinhart. Haynes Miller, Herbert Morton, Bill Wilson, Gale Gering, ROW 5: Frank Hormel, Raymond Jelinke, Jack White. Phil Eslinger. Fred Jones, Ben Holder, ROW 6: Bob Hodson. Gerald Schmidt, Charles Redfern, Earl VanRanken. Art Behrman. Owen Patterson. Roland Mitchell.1955 (unidentified) liari Alsdurf, Richard Baird, John Otis Berry, Julianne Bird Haller, Linden Bruce Carr, Alary Ann Coady Jones, Raleigh Dickey, Marcella Mae Florcntin Taton, Dwaine Freed, Harvey Gaither, Gary Gates. Florence Halbower Pearson. William Hill, Don Hilts, Carolyn Holcomb Gish, Linda Jo Jacobsen Mantz Lewis, Larry Large, Kathryn Maag Harrison, Clarence Martens, Tom McKnight, Robert Newlin, Mary Ann Niemann Vcteto, Sandra Kay Parsons Carothers, Gloria Raberding Crossman. Garolun Redfern Rosccrans, Kenneth Rcdfcrn. Patricia Swafford Norris, Janet Stark Olmstead. Norctta Moreen Starkey Baird, Eula Wagner Tade, Jean Walker Alley, James Owen Wingerd. 1956—(unidentified) Rose Ella Armstrong Gaither, Ruth Averill Turner, Paula Hertha Behrmann Hedrick, Robert Bonhert. James Brooks, Betty Carothers Craighead, James Chism, Kenneth Oark, Marilyn Cook Giesen, Mary Covey Lipps, Koa Dalene Davis Phillips, Robert Downing, Shirley Ecker Lewis, Kenneth Francis, Dixie Gideon Hand, Arlene Gould, Beverly Kay Headberg McKaig, Sherry Henderson Doctor, Kenneth Humfeld. Sally Jean Jones 'Fucker, Vicki Lemkc Jelinck, Ronald Mardis, Mary Miller McCutcheon, Bette Jane Nichols Bonhert, Patricia Parsons Decker, Billy Potter, Laura Randels Clark, Wanda Roard Barker, Harold Richard Seipel, Dixie Sherman Hodson, Julia Margaret Smith, SuLinn Sproul Carr, Elvin Beryle Standrich, Eddie Ray Stegall, Dwaine Taguc. Barbara Walker Row, Sandra Walker Smith. Myrna Walters Williams. Loree Whealy Eastep, Virginia Whealy, Jimmie Ray Wilson.1957—ROW 1: Jim Fankhauser, Ronnie Steward, Sydney Smith Swafford, Larry Burke, Karen Drossclmeyer Davis, Eric Jacobsen, Maurita Starkey Schiff. Dan Bird, Jim Ncwlin, ROW 2: Dick Smith, Jim Drosselmeyer, Lawrence Patterson, Dickie Carr. Terry Drosselmeyer, Ronald Johnston, Leon Swafford, Gary Brumbaugh, Edwin Nicholson, ROW 3: Dwane Hender- son, Pete Piper, Dora Covalt Goodmiller, Jerry Dusenbury, Betty Ann Jones Hughes, Saundra Warnock Silley, Duane Barnard, Henrietta Nye Logan, ROW 4: Zelbert Livingston, Wanda Pohlcnz Wingerd, Pat Denton Romack, Audrey Bohnert Elliott, I la Kaup Booth Rice, Jim Williams, Leonard Bartell, Beverly Patterson Bonner. Not pictured—Ilcne Seipel Gruen- bacher, Barbara Smith Mardis, Jerry Angle, Richard Birchenough, Donald Mingle. 1958— ROW 1: Patricia White Summers, Joan Denny Craft, Barbarar Highfill Lear, Donna Ayres Wells, Kay Coon Allton, Amelia Hudgens Slaughter, Margaret Warner Seipel, ROW 2: Wanda Oliviet Harnden, Coralee Marshall Ramsey, Carolyn Scott, Ann Meador Mortimer, Sue Limke Mathews, Sandra Veatch Peters, Deanna Stark Gehlback, Edith Jones Misak, Karen Carrithers Learned. ROW 3: Harold Madsen, Max Mize. Richard Henderson, Gerald Wolff, Fred Wagner, Sidney Stark, Karl Berry, Harold Bean, ROW 4: Larry Ryan, Dennis Joyner. James Pitts, John Hadsall, Terry Moore, Wm. L. Bowersock, Robert Sharp, Richard Hocl. ROW 5: Garry Bonham, Glen Seipel. Glen Allen, Edgar Martens, Jerry Croft. Phillip Truby, Robert Helms, Larry Bonham.I 1959—ROW 1: Ken Howard. Phil Hill, Jerry Mason. Loran Ingram, Gary Goodner, Mike Dial, P. D. Hatfield, Hal Roach, Charles Kaufman. Sid Large. Pat Hall, Ray Claton, Phil Harmon. Jerry Turner, Bob Highfill, ROW 2: Don Drosselmeyer, Mickey Hager. Shirley Madsen, Janice Turner. Janet Mason, Nancy Wilson. Mary Jones, Margaret Major, Karen Hoyt, Ann Jacobsen, Alice Smith, Janet Durant, Lois Doolin, Judy Schmidt. Roberta Clutter, Dixie Croft. Patsy Adkisson, ROW 3: Lester Johnson, Richard Long. Jack Durant, Curtis Nordgrcn. Kent Hanby, Felix Brand, Hugh Dale Barnard, Phil Parsons, Jack McBroom. Robert Wcthington, I.arry Kaufman, Neil Roach, Bob Stover. I960—ROW 1: Marcia Truitt, Carol Wagner Phyc, Loretta Oliver Berthoff, Charlotte Fox Ediger, Judith Palmer Oliver, Bonnie Hughes Harvey, Leora Yonce, Linda Hunter Van Horn, ROW 2: Patrica Ritter Hall, Connie Mason Robinson, Carolyn Ordway Keener, Mary Ellis Lear, Marlyn Ordway Preston, Vicki Heiser Schommer. Rose Ann Clutter Shorey. ROW 3: Karyn Martens Woodward, Joyce Butz Wooley, Marsha Wilson Whealy, Eleanor Hamilton Williams, Dianne Davis Adams, Judy Smith Dial, Juliann Carpenter, Judith Hoop's Hinerman, ROW 4: Sandra Munn Leader, Leona Johnson Pence, Virginia Coats Downing, Jane Butz Eberhart, Gerald Walker, Johnnie Francis, Gary Harmon Donald Bean, ROW 5: Phil Hudgens. Edward Morrow, Les Bliss, Fred Standrich, Kirk Weiberg Gerald Wymcr, Jim Long, Mike Stucky, ROW 6: John Kiser, Barry Meador, Mike Lemke. Lon Smith, Richard Croft, Anthony (Tony) Mathews, Barry Smith. Theron Bonham. Dennis Van Horn. 1451961 —ROW 1: Paula Wilson Hushes, Carolyn Joyner Delaney, Mary Lou Frazier Klenda, Lynda Lane Brazil, DeAnn Olmstead Hatfield, Sheryl Redfern Smith, Dea Ingram, Marilee Carr Puls, Carolyn Jacobsen Hatfield. Marilyn Tague Roach, Valorie Mills Meyer, Kathy Hall. ROW 2: Bette Mosley Morris, Lynne Albright Zongker, Ann Wilson Bedinghaus, Vickie McKee Golliher, Sharon Johnston Blank, Louann Couch Zimmerman, Suzanne Messner Cunningham. Savilla Hadsall, Sharon Grubb, Ronna Byers Freeman, Carol Hennarichs Irvin, Donna Scott Fowler, ROW 3: Priscilla Norman, Loretta Doolin Long, Phyllis Birchenough Williams, Op3l Ecker Drosselmeyer, Carolyn Hatfield Appling, Carol Burke Borkenhagen, Corene Fultz Hare, Rosie Walker Besore, Nancy Jo Laing Jenkins, Karen Swafford Williams. Glenda George Tyree, ROW 4: Lonnie Nichols. Tom Dickey, Allen Hudgens, Maurice Armstrong, John Girothers, Jimmy Nielson. ROW 5: Larry Allen. Jerry Adkisson, Craig Smith, Avery Wilson, Les Hatfield, Dick Headberg, Ronnie Underwood, ROW 6: Steve Kaufman, Pat Dial. Rick Eichor, Ron Meyer, Bill Newlin. ROW 7: Doug Dusenbury, Jack Hadsall, Curtis Harris, David Dillon, Tom Fankhauscr (not pictured). 1962 (unidentified) Walter Anderson. Ronald Bonham, Marsha Bradly, Billy Clayton, Jack Coffman, Connie Coon Shaw, Patricia Cooper Ingram, Dan Davis, Steve Downing, Linda Duran, Lydia Duran, Georgia Durant Ricker, Glenda Durant, Clair Earnest Duwe, Bill Ecker. Barbara Thompson, Robert Ghormley, Ronald Gould, David Graves, Carolyn Hager Ogden. Richard Hall, Charlotte Hamilton Goodner, Tommy Harmon, Sherry Harris, Stanley Hayter, Wendy Hodges, Donna Hoopcs Clark, Lynne Hunter Parker, Edward Jones, Karen Knorp. Charles Laing. Stanley Lear, Lyle Ferrell Maninger, Ruth Mathews Dowd, Sherry Meade Lanie, Philip Miller, Doris Morris, Edward Newlin, Karen Nichols Harris, Carolyn Patterson Stevens, Deniese Patterson Benson. Mary Ruth Payne Ghormley, Randy Perry, Charles Pohlenz, Gary Puls. Marilyn Ritter, Juanita Salser Henricks, Robert Shaw. Mary Sherar Pollock. Silly Joe Smith, Sandra Sue Smith Downing, Howard Stamm, Stanley Stark, Patrick Stucky, Margie Turner, Larry Welch, Helen Wilson Hall, Pamela Wisegarver, Johnny Lee Yeary.1963—ROW 1: Chris Elliot, Vic Osborn, Howard Carr, R. C. Francis, Kathy Sturns Francis, Tana Grubb, Mary Baker, Trudy Hoopes Kiser, ROW 2: Donald Cooper, Linda Robinson Sweat, Judy Laing Gdglazier, Marianne Morrow, Shcril Mize, Nancy Stover, Mary Rhonda Eaton, Alta Duwe, Judy Dickey Drosselmeyer, Linda Swafford Allton, ROW 3: Harold Boshnert, Patrica Norman, Janet Laing, Barbara Whealy, Nancy Jo Stuchal, Julia Pollard, ROW 1: Ronnie Sharp. Stephen Clutter. Jean Shellhamer, Nina Sechler, Cathy Long Holt, Kathleen Heiser, ROW 5: John Gates, Stan Wethington, John Nye, Janet Duncan, Carolyn Coon Jones, Jenna Jo Hamilton Jacobs, ROW 6: Bill Gates, Chuck Knorp, Raymond George, Jerry Gouchcr, Jimmy Hudgens Charles Dickey. Johnnie Walker, Ernest Adkisson, ROW 7: Everrett Martins. Robert Welch, Roland Price, Kent Wilson, Jimmie Harrison. Mick Wciberg. 1964—ROW 1: Dana Dial Osborn, Linda Watkins, Janet Duffy, Cecilia Fritchman, Linda Keller, Mildred Stith, Connie Wharton, Sherry Hughes. Mary Hudgens, ROW 2: Patricia Roach, Janice Morrison, Lola Duran Sechler, Connie Carr Ellithorpe, Linda Moses Ball, Junca McKee, Lois Downing, Linda Butz Coombs, Susan Salser, ROW 3: Laura Dyke, Martha Magnusson, Cathy Payne Ghormley. Mary Aleshi e Davis, Janie Coon Puls, Myrna Frank Jones, Larry Huddleston, Ronald Couch, ROW 4: Louise Reneau, Mary Stamm, Mary Zuber Drew, Dennis Hcndershot, Bill Puls, Larry Stark, Charles Wells, ROW : Larry Scales. Kirk Snyder. James Hatfield, Jerry Yeary, Robert Drosselmeyer, Grant Sechler, Donald Maniger, James Gates, ROW 6: Ward Stark, Darryl Dodgen, Jack Brown. David Miller, Charles Potts, Eldon Youncc. Ronald Couch, Gary- Sherman, Dwight Croft. 1471965—ROW 1: Joyce Kennedy Lyon, Vickie Warner Patterson, Cheryl Bettis Wheeler, Jeannic Meador Thrasher, DiAnni Halsey Waldschmidt, Jane Foster, Bonnie Strader. De-Anna Weckworth Skinner, Verna Pohlenz Scchlcr, Inola Fultz Sanders, Betty Walker, Mamie Stith, ROW 2: Marie Coats. Deanna Moses, Darlene Mingle, Reva Keller, Kathy Christy Roedl, Charlent Wolff Drosselmeycr, Diane Snyder Bonham, Christine Heiser Pearson, Dale Grubb, Cheryl Haltom, ROW 3: Mike Ghormlcy. Doug Hite, Sarah Hudgens Ballantyne, Carol Bean. Russel Morris, Rosemary Blubaugh Sproul, Mike Sproul, Lana Laing Frank. Lois Cook Croft, ROW 4: Joe Aleshire, Marsha Graves. Stanley Taguc. Mike McKee, Ken Patterson, Bob Cook, Ed Laing, Gary Osborn. ROW 5: Charles Salsberry, Mike Wyatt, Paul Hulett, Fred Payne, Roy George, Jim Graves, Jack Gates, ROW 6: Gene Rorabaugh, Stanley Adams, Dick Croft, Glendale Ritter. Clifton Berry. Gayle York, ROW 7: Kenneth Brotton, Rodney Angle, L. C. Appling, Ronnie Hartman, Ray Frank. Terry Welch. ROW 8: Leslie Vlcek, Diane Porter Brittain, Darla Bcnford Matthews, Stan Messner, John Marshall, Randy Coombs. 1966—ROW 1: Peggy Larson, Beverly Newton, Carol Warner Osborne, Donna Hcadbcrg Elliott, Darlene Rump Sitzes, Diaru Christy, Jeannic Dane Cook, Cherlenc Hodges Graves, Virginia Hayter Patterson, Betty Jo Stith, ROW 2: Sherry Carothcrs. Susan Hoskinson, Sue Ann Stark McKee, Rhonda Grubb, Marjorie Howard Hulett, Judy Miller, Cheryl Coffman, Darlene Vlcek, Sharon Anderson, Barbara Kauffman, ROW 3: Larry Ewertz, Dennis Albright, Mark Hamilton, Jerry Hoskinson, Ronnie Scott, Bill Carr, Janice Aleshire Goertz, Roger Goertz, Eleanor Briggs Paden, Kathy Schnackenberg Nielsen, Christine Cooper, ROW •!: Kirk Smith, Tom Clark, Bill Coats, Howard Stewart, Kirk Elliott, Darrell Niemann, Howard Couch, Diana Crouse Struble, ROW 5: Mike Rutherford. Dennis Moore, Hal Carpenter, Innis Croft, Kenny Wells, Larrel Krehbiel, Steve Waldschmidt, Richard Ciemny. 1481967—ROW 1: Robert Stark, Don Christy, David Hodge, Neal Patterson. Stephen Hodge, Ronnie Birchenough, Frank Hargett, Gregor)’ Catherwood. Alan Van Horn, James Eaton, Daniel Swafford, ROW 2: Linda Hoover, Diana Downing, Aleta Moses Armstrong, Mary Armstrong Bush, Judy Angle Dent. Leslie Matrow Radar, Jacqulyn Eligan, Sherrie Catherwood Eaton, Carol Headberg Taguc, Sherry Messner Rupp, ROW 3: Wanda Reneau. Diane Mingle, Judith Hendershot, Debra Snyder Barker, Carol Huddleston, Linda Stover Rutherford, Mary Dillon. Sheila Powell. Christie Schlinglof Sandell, Jana Baldwin, ROW 4: Elizabeth Brotton Glassburn, Patricia Cooper, Billie Jane Kiser, Deborah Green. Sherryl Hamill George, Barbara Scott, Margie Adams Perry, ROW 5: Steven Stark, Lois Clutter. Jeaneilla Blair. Dennis Barrett, Rita Coats. Wesley Duwe, Paul Cupps, Gregory Cleveland. ROW 6: John Walker, Clifford Elliott, Lee Adams, Charles Masner, David Hall. James Robinson. Terry- Alien, David Warbinton, Jerry Cox. Not Pictured—Betty Pope. Cydnee Williams Daniels. 1968—ROW 1: Sheryl George. Donna Jelinek, Delma Mayo. Nancy Bruey. Connie Collings. Verla Ciemny, Deborah Mangen, Nancy Phillips, Sheryl Rorabaugh. Carmen Wilson. ROW 2: Terry Miller, Gerald Knoell, Larry Wharton, Gregory Mason. John Catherwood, Tony Ball, Rodger Linn, Rodney Struble. ROW 3: Mickey Moore. Geneva Ryan, Randal Wisely, Jana Schnackenberg, Warren Matthews, Wanda Martens, David Dvke, Lee Cooperrider. William Ewcrtz, ROW 4: Larry Anton. Steven Niethamer, Gary Williams, Sandra Seifert, Douglas Haltom, Cynthia Naasz. Betty Wells, Genile Allton. ROW 5: Michael Halsey, William Hamill, Mary Runyan, Debra Lott, Cynthia Patterson. Kevin Graves, Vickie Hughes. Linda Matrow, Linda Ward, ROW 6: Jane Goertz. Rex Gates. Rodney Mayo, James Calderon. Randy .Warner. Gregory Gardner, Dickie Salsberry, Carol Hoel, ROW 7: Timothy House. Kathleen Williams. David Lemke, John Cox. Clarence Moses. Carl Bahr, Billy Watson. Jr., Michael Connell, Peggy Wilson, Cynthia Clark, ROW 8: Ernest Misak. Jerry Kiser.1969—ROW 1: Lois Bear» Wiechen, Rocky Calderon, Toni Dautcl, Steve Messner, Janet Netahla Curtis. Jerry Warden, Karen Antrim, Jay Wyckoff, Patty Roach Wharton, ROW 2: Paul Messner, Jo Ellen Denton. Pete Meador, Sarah Albright, Allen Francis, Glenda Williams, Gregg Ryan, Cathy Robinson. Jay Krehbiel, ROW 3: Beth Patterson, Larry Whisman, Cathy Lear. Mike Coady, Janece Mize. Mike Linn, Patricia Major Mayo, Kevin Marks, ROW 4: Kathy Pfeifer Ewertz, Tim Pinnick, Mark Ready, Sherlene Burns, Douglass Hoopes, Liane Hanna, Jerry Armstrong, Gayle Joyner, ROW 5: Wanda Moses, Rex Osborn, Darlene Ball Laing, Dennis Francis, Glenda Scott, Claudia Clark, Dianna Hamilton Orr, Millie Sauers, ROW 6: Danny Eslinger, Susan Warner, Janell Patterson George, Connie Phillips, Lucille Hibbard, Richard McKee, Angie Siefcrt, Douglass Sherar, ROW 7: Susan Laing. Kirk Brown, Doug Garlow, Stan Bogdanovexz, Harold Waldschmidt, Dick Duffy, Wesley Fowler. Ken Carrothcrs, ROW 8: Ed Briggs, Jack Mayo. Tom Coyne, Steve Garlow, Lee Wade, Rich Stone, Mike Vierthaler. 150The Ramicis Family One of the outstanding families in AHS history is the Randels. J. B. and Florence had ten children and lived at 223 S. Bluff. All started to school in Anthony and all graduated from AHS. All attended college and a number of them became teachers. Ruth Durham and Emma Jess (below right) have the greatest longevity with AHS. Miss Durham 1925-62 served as librarian, study hall teacher and kept the activity fund. Miss Jess 1928-66 served as secretary and clerk of the School board. 1936- FACULTY: ROW I: Harold Williams. Evelyn Triplett, Geraldine Lansdowne. Ruth Durham, Emma Henry, Lois Coon, Frances Brooks, ROW 2: Edith Brown Foster, Margaret Chcatum Dusenbury. Freda Ferguson. Nell Nida. Almeta Heller Turner. Quinella Webb. Isabelle Babcock, ROW 3: Jessie Wheatley, ?, Beth Casper. Grace Griffiths. Emma Jess. Pauline Schneider Garrison. ROW 4: Lauren Robbins, Beryl Roach, Donald Lake. D. A. McConnell. E. A. Bettega, H. E. Gaeddert. ROW 5: Stanley Johnson, ? Baird. Olaf Stcg. Vera Setzer. Geneva Chestnut, Wayne Gardner. 1940-FACULTY ROW 1- Alfred Young. H. E. Gaeddert, Carl Cross, Wayne Gardner, Claude Wise, Donald Lake. Jess Cullison. Harold Williams. Minter Brown, ROW 2: Eula Gardner. Quinella Webb. Mrs Harold W.U.ams ., Carmen . hoe- maker Myrel Yost Carr ?. Mrs. A. E. Walker, Mrs. Alfred Young. Myrl Coon, Hazel Featherston Emma Jess Emma Henry. • Nell Nida. Mrs. Henry Gaeddert. Grace Caton, Beth Casper. ?. Martha Harms. . Vman Melcher, Ruth Durham. . Hollingsworth. Albertine Brown. Kathryn Nachtigal, Louise Everett. 1511909—TRACK: (right) Dick Dadisman, Lee Randels, Earl Hunter, Clyde Faubian, ROW 2: Chester Lydick, George Baily, Coach, Jim Prouse, Otto Caton. Jim Smith and Ralph Yowell, a two-man squad, won the 1907 State Meet at Lawrence, Smith won the broad jump, high jump, 220 low hurdles, 220 dash and placed in two other events. He held the state record of 21' 11" in the broad jump. 1904—TRACK: Charlie Randels, Jim Smith, Joe Hamilton Clyde Simmons, George Carothers, Paul Shidier. 1906—TRACK: John Poundstone, Charles Randels, Jim Smith, Joe Hamilton, William Wood, ROW 2: Ralph Yowell, Neal Dutlcr, Iro Kridcr, George Carothers, Art Poundstone, Elmer Brooks, Hunter Yowell, ROW 3: Will Poundstone. Coach, Supt. Clements, H. E. Whitney, Coach. 1917—TRACK: Coach Brown, Raymond Luce, George Wood, Herschel Cornwall, Harold Wilcox, Charles Couch. 1921—TRACK: Harry Egbert, Ray Whitney, George Truby, William Shuyler, Walter Brinkman, ROW 2: Arthur Garrison, Floyd Goddard, A. J. Brownlee, coach, Victor Truby, Ralph Sturns, Homer Kuhns. 1947—TRACK SKL CHAMPS: Oscar Schaaf, asst, coach, Dean Schmidt, Howard Kastens, Bill Timmons, Ray Warren, j Jerry Holland, Travis Durr, Jack Templin, Vernon Ryan, Keith Williams, Bernard Kastens, Gerald Fisher, Kenneth Snyder, Dick Templin, Raymond Dombaugh, Donald Osborn, Dwight Hoopes, Dale Parkerson, Walter Underwood, i| James Phillippe, coach, Don Adkisson. J Since 1920 AHS tennis has been strong. An unmatched record is six State Class A-B singles and three doubles championships in 13 years. State single winners are Bill Potter 1954, 5, 6; Doug Dusenbury 1959-60; Bill Carr 1966. Doubles champs are Mick Weiberg-Grant Sechler 1963, Joe Aleshire-Bill Carr 1965, David Hodges-Tcrry Allen, 1967. Second in state was won by Weiberg-Sechler in 1962, Alcshire-Carr in 1964. 1964—TRACK STATE CHAMPS: Bill Puls, 1 2 mile 1:57.07, Jim Williams, coach, Marl Hamilton, pole vault 12' 3”, later passed 13 I 152 Bill Potter Doug Dusenbury Bill Carr1906—GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM: Mary Hills, Kale Stewart, Ruth Hoath, Frances Randels, Vilona Cutler, Lorcne Hamilton. 1909—FIRST BASEBALL TEAM: ROW 1: Earl Hunter, Lee Randels, Cecil Burchfiel, Fred Hamilton, ROW 2: Chester Lydick, Earl Miller, Clyde Faubion, Clayton Law, Olen Brocket. 1915—Ada Corbett Jones, Mildred Hilts Schmidt, Gladys Burchfiel Barutincy, Louie Burchfiel Parsons. Nadine Irwin Couch, Thelma Connell Shcllman, Alice Hamilton, Ethel Jump, Alta Randels Furr, coach. S. W. Watkins ran the V2 m' e 'n 2:°5 at the state meet in 1911. 1912—GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM: Delma Rice, Elsie Deming, Alta Randels, Dora Lockett, Edith McMahon, Ruth Thomas, Nellie Miller. CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONS: Jim Williams, Danny Eslinger. ROW Jelinck, Dick Salsberry, Bill Watson, Sherar, Dennis Francis. 1966—ROW 1: Judy Miller, Cherlenc Hodges Graves, Virginia Haytcr Patterson, Leslie Matrow, Debbie Snyder Barker, Sheryl George, ROW 2: Coach Ron Holmes, Jana Schnackenberg Matthews, Jacki Eligan, Rhonda Grubb, Wanda Martens, Billie Jan Kiser. 1968—ROW 1: Gregg Ryan, Dennis Francis, Doug Sherar, Danny Eslinger, ROW 2: Marvin Jclinek. Jerry Francis, Victor Ready. Jim Williams, Coach. 1967—ROW 1: Rich Stone, Doug Howard, Terry Kiser, David Lempke, W. G. Timmell, John Githerwood, Mike Connell, Kevin Graves. Greg Cleveland. Steve Masner.T 1911-12—Chester Barber. Richard Dadisman, Amos Small, Coach Showey, Harry Cornick, Glen Hamil ton, Walter Cary. 1917-18—FIRST TROPHY: ROW 1: Howard Suez, Raymond Luce, Roy Griesinger, ROW 2: toward Kastens, Ray Randels, Lofcnk (Prin.) Horace Randels, Coach Brown, Fred Coon, Glen Bevington. Basketball Is Popular Sport 1920-21—ROW 1: Harold Brand, Frank Miller, George Truby, Kenneth Halbower, Ray Whitney, ROW 2: Olaf Potter. Bill Shuyler, Brownlee. Coach. George Griesinger, Elfrey Cox. Lloyd Miller '21 has contributed to sports. He has kept the basketball score since 1938, football down box since 1943, assisted with the Anthony Relays since they started in 1922 and acted as Clerk of Course since 1925. He married Clarice Hand, teacher in '27, and has two children, Don '47 and Marian ‘49. In addition he has contributed to town sports. 154 1936-37—ROW I: Wayne Gardiner, Ray Chadwich, Albert Fawcett, Henry Gaddert, ROW 2: Leon Cox, Gordon Hoath, Dean Caton, ROW 3: Amon Jones, Hobart Smith, Dick Justice, Ed Orr. Vernon Carr (not pictured). 1942-43—SECOND IN STATE CLASS A—won all games but final: ROW 1: Gene Cleveland, Stanley Burchfiel. Chuck Truby, Dwight Lee. ROW 2: Minter Brown, supt., Roger Andrews, Horace Menasco, Victor Elliott, Ralph Menasco, Phil Pestinger, Wayne Gardner, coach. 1925-26—HARPER-BARBER COUNTY LEAGUE CHAM- PIONS: ROW I: Harold Carr, Marsh Bird, Norman Mark, Dent Walker, Ralph Rankin, ROW 2: Bud Hancher, Mgr. Cordley Brown, Pearlie Gary, Floyd Tague, Kenneth Dusen- bury, Glen Hamilton. Coach.194-1-45 SI A IF. CHAMPIONS BASKETBALL: ROW I: Robert "Bob’’ Cather, Max Rife, Charles "Chuck" Truby, Ralph Mcnasco, Robert Denton, ROW 2: Howard Lee Gillispie, Milford Coady, Charles "Chuck” Underwood, Richard Dick Barber, Robert Bob Martin, ROW 3: James E. Phillip pi, asst., coach, Wilmont D. Carr, supt., Clarence Spong, principal, K. A. "Pete" Piper, coach. 1950—ROW 1: Daryl McCoy, Athol Green, Duane Pulliam, Max Truby, Gerald Cullop, Jim Hilts, Danny Donica, ROW 2: Coach Dix, Coach Newsom, Proc Randels, Jim Basford, Donnie Albert, Jerry Laird, Bill Swinson, Ernest Schmidt. 966-ROW 1: Coach Dub Shurley. Bill Carr, Howard Stewart. Larrel Krehbiel, Tom Clark Terry Allen, Jim Robinson, tOW 2: Steve Waldschmidt, Kirk Elliott, Jerry Cox, Cliff Elliott, Dave Warbmton, Lee Adams. I960—SKL CHAMPS: ROW 1: Hay ter, Meyer,. Hatfield, Manniger, Wilson, Allen, ROW 2: Weiberg, Kaufman, Dusenbury, Harmon. Francis, B. Smith. ROW 3: Noah. Ncwlin, Carothers, Harris, L. Smith. Stucky, Croft. 155Football 1909—FIRST TEAM: ROW 1: Olin Brocket, Harry Mott, Edgar Miller, Otto Caton, Raymond Dewall, Lee Randels, Chester Lydick, George Baily, Coach, ROW 2: Vester Wills, Claude Wakefield, E3rl Kennedy, Dick Dadisman, Cecil Burchfiel, Guy Neal, Clarence Jacobs, Clyde Faubion. 1913—ROW I: Walter Cary, Captain McKee, Floyd Sucez, Richard Ryan. Ruskin Couch, ROW 2: Leroy Gillispie, Irl Elam, Harold Irwin, Roy Durham, Clifford Firestone, ROW 3: C. H. Ream, manager, Robert Schmidt, Loren Deming, Hieatt Arnold, Amos Small. Merl Simms, coach. 1920—ROW 1: George Truby. H. M. Sydney, coach. Ray Randlts, ROW 2: Kenneth Halbower, Vic Truby, Pete Faubion, HarolJ Brand, Ed Jones, Clarence Hoopes, ROW 3: Leroy Montague Joe Jones. Chet Harrison. Dale Gard, Harry Carey. 1935—L E A GUE CHAMPS: Special Train to Kingman broke Kingman's winning streak of 22 games. v ROW 1: Amos Jones, Fred Dusenbury, Albert Dusenbury, Lewis Hill. Roy Carter, Kenneth Smith, Jimmy Menascf), J. A. Kirts, Everett Aleshirc, Cal Armstrong, ROW 2: Warren Meador. Ed Orr, Herbie Carter, J. R. Nichols, Lawrence Parsons, J. C. Wagner, ROW 3: Donald McConnell, John 'Charlesworth. Chet White, Wesley Meade, John Lowe, Leland Grasser. Ray Chadwick, Don Lake. Henry Gaddart. 1942—ALL-VICTORIOUS: ROW 1: Gene Cleveland, Horace Menasco, Leon Haltom, Dwight Lee, Curley Stevens, Bob Parsons. Stan Burchfiel, Juan Calderon, Walt Underwood, ROW 2: Wayne Gardner, Cleo Angle. Floyd Ralston, Phil Pestingcr. Leo Kastens, Don Rutherford, Chuck Truby. Jack Mcineke, Jack Mctzker, Bill Patton. Minter Brown, ROW 3: Edgar , Barrett, Jack Wharton, David McKaig, Bob Stewart, Jack Scott. ? Jones, ? McCracken, Keith Dombaugh, Bob Kastens, Gordan I Walters, ROW 4: Bob Staples, Marlin Laing, Vic Elliott, David Montague, Ralph Menasco, Roger Andrews. Bob Thomas, James Phillippi. 1561946—ROW 1: Sandy Newsom, coach, Jack Templin, Gerald Fisher. David Bettis. George Podschun, Ken Nichols, Bill Timmons, Ray Thomas, James Phillippi, coach, ROW 2: Dick Templin, Walter Underwood, Don Miller, Don Osborn, Dale Parkerson, Rusty Ryan, Bill Baird, Wesley Sallee, Jim Fox, ROW 3: Keith Williams, Bob Sydney, Raymond Dombaugh, Bernard Kastcns, Travis Durr, Bill Downing. Tom Woody, Bob Burdue, ROW A Howard Kastens. Dale Cordwell, Bob Couch, Gene Cammack, Jim Hilts, Dean Schmidt, Danny Donica, ?, ROW 5: Francis Hoopes, Dwight Hoopes, Jack Lear, Don Powell, Harry Halbower, Bob Graves, Jack Hester, ROW 6: H. H. Williams, Prin., Wilmot Orr. Supt., Oscar Schaaf, coach, Athol Green, Melvin Smith. I960—ROW 1: Dusenbury, Weiberg, Bean, Mathews, Smith, Harmon, Smith, Croft, Stuckey, Francis, Walker, Lemke, Carothers, ROW 2: Fankhouscr, Armstrong, Allen, Meyer, Newlin, Harfield, Kaufman, Eichor, Adkisson, Dial, Hadsall, Nichols, ROW 3: Puls, Noah, Ecker, Newlin, Miller, Srucky, Jones, Mannigcr, Harmon, Bonham, Yeary, Laing, Wethington, ROW A: Gates, Welch, Harrison, Carr, Noah, Martens, Nye, Wilson. Weiberg, Knorp, Gates, Francis, Roundy. 1966—ROW 1: Roger Goertz, Kirk Elliott, Larrel Krehbiel, Kenny Wells, Tom Clark, Jerry Hoskinson, Richard Ciemny. Darrel Nieman Howard Stewart, Mark Hamilton. Bill Coats. ROW 2: Steve Messner, Jerry Cox, Dave Warb.nton, Jim Robinson, Jimmy Eaton, Ronnie Birchenough, Cliff Elliott, Neal Patterson. Terry Allen, Bill Carr, ROW 3: Tom Coyne. Mike Halsey, Bill Ewertz, Tom Hinderliter, Greg Gardner. John Cox. Randy Warner. Jerry Kiser, Clarence Moses ROW 4: Danny Eslingcr, Richard McKee, Larry Whisman, Roger Trim nelL Steve Garlow, Jay Krehbiel, Mike Coady, Clarence Weckworth, David Hatfield, Doug Hoopes. Jim Williams, Ron Holmes, coaches. 1571 9 3 6- 3 7—P E P CLUB ROW 1: Wayne Gardner, coach. ?, Grace Bloom. Norm.; Jean Carothers. Arlene Burton, Jean Stout. Betty Lefever, Olaf Steg, T. ROW 2: Wilma Burch. Irene Carothers, Ruth Moore. Olive Hill, Frances Anthony, Bernanice Hivner. Mary Helen Rob- erts, Wilma Dun- can, ROW 3: Thel- ma Campbell. Betty McDaniel, Mildred McAllister, A 1 ice McBee, Ella Fern Duncan, Helen Armstrong, Verna Keeble. 1941—MEDLEY RELAY TEAM: Harold Price (Yz), Russell Jones (Yi). Charles Smith (110), Johnny Schnacken- berg (220) Time: 3:36:02 a record. f .•fWAVj f Mi U™tcii. I960—Anthony won SKL in track, ten- nis, football and basketball: ROW 1: Ncwlin, Studky, Walker, Francis, Stand- rich, Smith, Mathews, Bonham, Kiser, Harmon, B. Smith and Hudgens, mgrs., ROW 2: Wilson, Hatfield, Harmon, Carothers, Eichor, Fankhauser, Duscn- bury, Hadsall, Nichols, Armstrong, Kauf- man, Meyer, ROW 3: Maningcr, Coff- man, Puls, Pohlenz, Newlin, Yeary, Gould, Davis, Ghormley, Noah, Stucky, ROW 4: Gates, Carr, Harrison, Roundy, M. Noah, Knorp, F. Francis, Osborn, Wethington, Nye, Clutter. ROW 1: Martens, Weiberg, Graves, Smith, Dial, Allen. Jones, ROW 2: Bean, Croft, L. Smith, Harris, Dusen- bury, Weiberg, B. Smith. 1966-67 Wrestling Squad 158JUG CLUB (Just Us Girls) 1908-09—ROW 1: Lorene Hamilton. Gertrude Tuttle. Kate Stewart, Mary Hilts. Thelma George, ROW 2: Vilona Cutler, Hazel Shoemaker, ?, Ruth Hoath, Mabel Corbett, Erma Bean. Material for the graduation dress could cost no more than $5 in 19H. Caps and gowns were worn for the first time in 1929. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB: 1936-37—ROW 1: Geraldine Harper, Betty Seaman, Imogene Cary, Dorothy Bettis, Ruth Hibbard, Nadine Jones, Maxine Hoel, Edith Brown Foster, ROW 2: Thelma Parkerson, Dorothy Mcincke, Vernanice Hivner, Peggy Dawson, Fannie Hughbanks, Velma Standrich, ROW 3: Lillian East, Betty Poston, Geniveve Jones, Bethlca Adkisson, Marguerite Moore, Lucille Long, Ruth Bridgess, Margie Harper, Margaret Orr, ROW 4: Gladys Peebles, Velva Peffly, Velma Fox, Harriet Cary, Helen -Brown, Irene Gass, Vcldc3n Roots, Irene Ford. MANUAL TRAINING CLUB: 1936-37—ROW 1: Bob Long, Jack Yeager, Bob Straughn, Donald Crane, Jim Faucett, Bill Ecker, Don Lake, ROW 2: Bob Croft, Virgil Gilliland, Leon Cox, Dean Corbett, Howard Meeks, Ralph Eroggett, ROW 3: Herbie Miller, Gordon Hoath, Amos Jones, Virgil Gering, Warren Watkins, Alvin Patterson, Lewis Duncan. 159AS YOU LIKE IT 1908 ROW 1: Blanche Clow, Ruth Hoath, Vilona Cutler, Frances Randels Hoch, Kate Stewart Rutherford. Jessie Patterson, Beatrice Rife Frazier, ROW 2: Clayton Law, Fred Lydick, Clarence Law, Fred Hamilton, Lorene Hamil- ton, Everett Hager, Nellie Brant, Odie Pyles, Edwin Hunter. 1912— OPERETTA: ROW 1: Indian Girl Rufina Hall, Janes Edwards, Cecil Burchfiel, Misss Ackerman—T. Lewis Tuttle. Adabelle Burchfiel, Harold Doty, Nellie Brant, ROW 2: Vera Gibbon, Mabel Leslie, Kathleen Connell Underwood, Mildred Allen Brown, Hazel Jennings Tibbetts. Marian Hoath Cammack. Martha Hunter, Mary Clark, Edith Shelton, Reba Blackburn Couch, Hazel Oliver, Elsie Bevington Meyer. Dora Lockett, Mildred Elliott, Nannie Walcher, ROW 3: Vernon Bean, Clyde Faubion, Olen Brockett, Tom Kirk, Lee Randels, Earl Kennedy, Richard Dadisman, Claude Wakefield, Earnest Walker, Max Kirk, Clarence Law, Sylvester Watkins, Chester Lydick, Raymond Deewall. 1913— MAY DAY: The queen of the May Day events rode into the fairgrounds on a white horse. After the coronation, the girls would wind the may pole. 1917—PLAY AT THE OLD OPERA HOUSE: Marie Tayer Griffith, Roy Meyer, Clara Carrithcrs Halbowcr, Carl Combs, Wilbur Hunter, Jennie Woodworth Stewart, Minnie Freeman, Durland Hilts, Harold Wilcox, Susie Ball Heinrici, Leon Faubion, Alfred Raberding, Ida Carr Rombold.X- 1919—SENIOR CLASS PLAY: Irene Diamond. Bob Gwinn, Chas. Couch, W alton Howard, Galen Barber, Clarence Brooke, Howard Jones, Alma Jacks, Geo. Clutter, Phyllis Thurman on floor. $3— FACULTY HIGH SCHOOL PLAY THE NERVOUS W'RECK”: ROW' 1: Lawrence Flood, Lowell Hite, Lloyd Hayter, Ralph Bean, Forrest Nash, Austin Hershberger, Gerald Hayter, Keith Foster, Eugene Carrithcrs, ROW' 2: Frank Fogelman, ?. Cari Patterson, Elinor Gard, John Charlesworth. Stanley Diamond Charles Herold, Earl Shelley, Eugenia Dawson, Ronald Lyons, Vincent Garvin. Cecil McKee, Dick W'illiamson, Adelbcrt Buck. 1944—JUNIOR CLASS PLaY: ROW' 1: Lula Hughes. John Couch, ROW 2: Howard W'immer. Marilyn Hilts. Bob Staples, Betty Eash, Maurice Cleveland. Lavonne Lear, Roger Andrews. Velree Moyer, ROW' 3: Ann Nichols. Dick- Noftzger, Roy Reneau, Luella Bohnert, Leroy Smith, Laura Mae Swafford. Don Reber. Frances Montague. 1946—"The City Slicker and Our Nell," Speech Class 'larice Miller, Rosa Mae Chism, Lor- aine Halbower, Bob Eslinger, Jim Jnderwood, Jane Halbower, Pat Men- sco, Bob Sydney, Dorothy Jean Hal- .ower, Bill Price, Joyce Mardis.Drum and Bugle Corps The Drum and Bugle Corps was an organization of seventeen girls which Mr. C. J. McKee, music instructor in 193-4, instructed in music, marching, and precision drill. The uniform consisted of gold skirts, purple jackets, and gold band hats. There were seven snare drums, eight bugles, one bass drum and one Drum Major with her baton. An outstanding personage of the group was the little mascot hailed as "The Youngest Active Drum Major in the World” w hich was the head line of the Wichita Eagle when the group participated in the University of Wichita-Chamber of Commerce band festival. The Drum Corps, and five year old Bliss Ransom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ransom, led the parade of bands from Dodge City, Eldorado, Newton, Sterling, Clearwater, Garden Plain, Andale, Anthony, and Belle Plaine. The Drum Corps performed at all football and basketball games locally. 1934-35—ROW 1: Doris Sanders Hayter, Helen Shannon Close. Willa Mae Teem Springfeldt, Lucerne Herold, Dorothy Ann Nichols Brent. Eula Rutherford Crawford. Alice Miller Barker, Marjory Blowcy Million, Imogene Cary Johnson, ROW 2: Mary Evelyn Price Hufford, Ruthena Casper Stoddard. Elizabeth Wood Bartlett, Harriett Cary Laing, Velva Peffley Bates, Frances Herold Parsons, Alta Jefferies, Hoover, Mary Katherine Powell Anderson, Cecil J. McKee—Director. 1942-43—ROW 1: Yvonne Chappel. Ruth Gilek. Gladys Graves, Mariana Mueller Cox, I.ovonne Lear, Lula Hughes Hunt, Arlene Williams, ROW 2: Lavem Asper. Mary Ellen Brown, Rosalie Birch Niehammcr, Betty Frank, Ruth Ready, Mary Helen Montague, ROW 3: Frances Kasfens Warner, Maurita Gaither. Norma Hatfield Stout, Roland Gunn—Director. Bliss Ransom 16219241950 164The Mouse That Roared—1965 Gammer Gurton’s Needle—1966 Nero Fiddles—1967 The Importance of Being Ernest—1966 Girl Crazy—1968Victory Bell In the belfry of the first public school in the 1800's the bell rang to call the children to school. When the building burned, the bell was saved and used in the old Washington school. The people set their clocks by it. When the old Washington school was torn down, the bell was cast aside to remain silent for many years. Finally a high school class (possibly their parents in- stigated the idea) decided to use it as a victory bell to be rung every time Anthony High made a touchdown on its own gridiron. Its tone is clear and sharp and still in use today. 1947 Upper Hall 1914—SPORTS ENTHUSIASTS: ROW 1: Artie Sanders. Delmont Montague. ROW 2: Glenn Hamilton. Captain McKee, Alfred Nordgren and Edwin Watt. The six walked to Wichita to sec a track meet and took the train back to Anthony. 167Anthony Library The Anthony Library won by a plurality of votes in 1897. It was located in the rooms above what is now the J. C. Penney Store. The present library was dedicated in 1910. Librarians have been Jennie Davy, B. H. Stedman, Mary Ran- dels Poundstone, Kate Blackburn, Winnie Williams, Lora Orr (1913- 62), Alice Henline who retired in 1970, and Mary Smith. Four generations have graduated from Anthony High School. David Starks pictured on page 76 is the fourth. Pictured right is his great-grandmother, Minnie Croft Fox '04, grandmother, Ruth Fox Pat- terson '28, and mother, Betty Rae Patterson Starks '49. His sister, Kathy, is also pictured. His father, Bill, graduated in '49.Anthony High School Shop and Lunchroom since the 1950‘s. IB r T In the fall of 1917 Military Training was installed. After the war it was discontinued. ROW 1: Lloyd Veatch, Lloyd Miller, Paul Heck, Clutter, Ray Whitney, Guy Hutchinson, Howard Kastens, R. E. Lofinck, instructor, Ray Randcls, Proc Randcls, ROW 2: Clarence Brooks, Ralph Marts, George Moore, Bennie Rose, Paul Blanken- ship, Dan Koelling, Walton Howard, Herman Lee. Clarence Hoopes. Hobart Burchfici, ROW 3: Earl Neal, Bob Gwinn, Allan I.udeman, Marion Warren. Jack Wharton, Grant Kilborn. Jefferis, Marlon Faubion. The chorus line of the early 1940's. Freshman again! CHEERLEADERS ’56: Laura Randcls, Sydney Smith, Nadine Starkey, Myrna Walters. K8ARNOVn Main Street when a postcard could he sent for one cent. 1937—DEBATE TEAM: ROW 1: Miss Roberts. Betty Birchenough. Shirley Shannon. ROW 2: Elcan Hill. Betty Hciser, Vera Setzer, coach, Wanda Hershberger, ROW 3: Burton Kecble, Velva Peffley. Jim Hoath. iM.» 11' i M JkA • Lk ANTHONY VICTORY CORPS COUNCIL (World War II) ROW I: Horace Menasco. Bob Staples. Gordon Wlaters. Caro! Halbower, Arlene Williams, Lois Baldwin. Edgar Barrett. Hal Bingham, student director. ROW 2: Clarence Spong, Minter Brown. Carmen Shoemaker, Mary Marvel Kantz. Wendell Grove, Wayne Gardner. Hef°re Mrs. Esther Johnson displays the kitchens she designed.The classes of the early 40's bought stamps and bonds. The class of 1917 takes a senior trip. Lyle Harris, Dale Blowey Marvin Turrentine, Rankin Griesinger Bob Hodson, graduate and custodian during 60's. The shop on first floor of the high school mamGirls Girls have reigned for years over the Annual Anthony Relays as queen and attendants. The class of '61 produced many queens during its four years. ABOVE: Louann Couch. Carolyn Jacobsen, Dea Ingram, Valorie Mills, Marilyn Tague, DeAnn Olmstead, Marilec Carr, Mary Lou Frazier, RIGHT: Carolyn Joyner '61 won many pageants, the top being Miss U.S.A. and fourth runner-up to Miss International Beauty Pageant in 1962. Girls the tennis crown. wear Girls hit the bulls eyeuumtmmmmaaBSiCouples The class of 1913 enjoy a picnic and outing together. They visit and look at pictures in the hall. Couples have enjoyed the facilities of the Pirates Den.Graduating and posing Breaking a pinata And singing the Alma Mater Performing Working Selecting Dancing Planning a pep rally Square-dancingThe Jolly Roger Staff wishes to thank Tom Fanning for all his help in composing the historical section—without him it would have been impossible. Everything could not be included in this section, but we hope the previous pages have recalled your high school days. The sounds of high school fade away but those of opportunity, authority, spirit, laughter, and silence will remain in the future. 176I I t I I ( I I C I A • T I • I V lilfll . i I I ) I tf % I. i y 1 « I I • 1 I • V II ' t I 1 1 4 I • ) I «fill i i n I i • 1 i ) 4 ) V I ) tMID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 0000 12675215 7


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