Arkansas City High School - Mirror Yearbook (Arkansas City, KS)

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Piper Mathematics-Commerce Olive M. Ramage History Ray H. Sandefur Speech-Joumalism Helen Silverwood Latin-English W. A. Sneller Industrial Arts M. K. Snyder Commerce-Economics Virginia Weisgerber English-Speech Edna Wheatley English Dorothy Nichols louise Pierce Home Economics Commerce 1 ' . . I . . -A . v 1. .A 4 4 ...f'i...l I HN ' lllf 4 H IN 1 V ,NN is X ,, .ln , wxbqx If N ' - -X 'I 114112 M' M21 :Wa--ff rx -Q 1 -vfUf'1lI'WH!'i, 4-.v?- xfmiw' Fw- gvlviv-.1 1 .Hf'13HII Hr' Max fy u .XX N17 'fu' "ml cflixxvx :fam Iff1'g,4'Y ihe-ir vw Uri- -, Jen! .nw :UL,l'Itll'I' 'U fmm .4 r.-'vspllfv mm. In 'In Imili. H14 ri.lI'f'il'l'N ul' .ulmi Xmml I v Hmm 1.1111 rn-li:mr1 Ifuh-. 1 1 Rv hunk ,1 IIYTII, fln I 'I"ll'f. 1 71,8 C, km of f943 spas t6cC5XX ' Gem. Do Yresx b Eunice Nor gan W rkgm 'dem Student Counch Ywgreeeotaxfwe Bo -Ytesx tvhxdke Monfxng Sectetad Vice F q v 'U 'I' .. rdf X. Q wr Q ac I Q V 'V Y' Q 9 ?a W. Flrst Row Second Row Brewster Wanda Burns Donna Brown Maxine A Il Byers Edwin Brownell Betty Cam Forrest Bumgardner Tom Caldarera Eugene Burkarth Donald Carder Iona Carr Lola 9 Chaphn Leonabelle Carter John P Chaphn Vlrglnm Cassady Elma .lean Clark Frank M Cauthon Ralph Clark Wanda Mane Chapm Haskell Cooper Lols Barnes Third Row Fourth Row 16 'L 1' B Z ? gn.. FII st Row becond Row fmle Forrest Danneher,., 'llarllee Colzlazxer Helen 6 I I llarnall 'llerton Cox Helen Halnes Darrough Edna Crouse Everett Dawenport Paul Fullers Nlelba Duenport Roy 'hncl ow 7-oulth Ron lux:-. Ruth lllll Hazel Dean lhtly Lou Dnon Iewell Dean 'Vlax Dowler Joyce Decker .loan Eatmon Francee Deskm Vlrgxma 17 'V' Gln- X I- irst Row Second Row Endicott Albert Portner Betty Euqtice Bob L H Fox Ferrol Farrm Bill Famer Gilda Field, Clara Galle, Kurt Follett Jeanne Ann Garris, Betty Jo Third Row Fourth Row 43 George, Herbert Hamilton, Phyllis Goehring, Louis Harding, Robert Gordon, Helen Hardy, Helen Gorker, Charlotte Harper, Betty Hainds, Juanita IB Fxrst Row Second Row Haslett Nl lvm Hlte Wanda Heck Jlm dl ll Holdredve Vlrgll Heffleflnger Donna Hollenhack Jlm Herbert Betty Howard Lyle Thxrd Row Fourth Row Humbert Cleve Jones Juanita Hunt Dons Jones hamue Hutchinson Chuck Jones Robert ee Iman Paulme Kelly Donald lngram Lamome Klmsey Maxine 3 . . e ' ' , Hesket. Wayne Hoyle: Harry D. 1 . 1 , a 8 ' L 19 bust Rove lxlnnear Dorothy lurk Dona Nlae Kline Morne Larkin Cecil leach Charlotte Nlarsh Lorene 'Vlarshall 'Vlary .lean 'Mathews lone Nlauldln Hope Nlcfall Douglas Nc cond Row 6 II edeker Robl,en low er Carl NlacCreary lynn 'Vlanc-GQ Duck Nlannlng Leo Nhtall Laura Dell N1cClaskey Wendall 'l:lL'Nalr leo Muller Betty Anna Nhller Joe Third Row Fourth Row Inst on Sucond Row Nllller Theda Xlornlng Nlarcllle Nhtchell Duck C Nlorru Trane Nllxhler Daley 'Horse Lena 'Hoods Norman Naden Row Marne Nlorgan Ruth Marllea Naden Tom fhml Rovx Iouxth Ron Nus man 'Nlary F lmrlcn Phwllxs Ollnger Helen lmkson hrgmla Olura Xntonm Pringle Yhlllam H Pappan Wanda ludden Palrlcla Parr 'Maxine Rathbun Feorge -.-R' .x . b, . . .', ,. ', ,V l' w'. .x ,A J. ' . . . V l " . . 1- ql 21 Fnrst Row be cond Row Rue Harold Scott I eraldlne Rollins Vhlllam Scott Joan Howard Rosem mtz Frances A Il Scott .luanlta Russell l'arl Seldl Jean Sandefur Kermit Selan Jolme Fhxrd Row Fourth Row Shanks Vlax Smlth Bully .lne Sherwood Helen Smith Donald L Shggap Dcirli d Snsthl Ruifelld on e an ou eg av Sklnner John Sparks Nora Lee . , x . D V A ' L . . , L , . .' 'r: , . 6 , ,' ' , ,1 . A , I K 7 '.', A ' Q, n ' . I, . u h n 'f .kv rv I I . 1 22 Fir t Row Stanles Patricia Stephen Vhnne Stoke laulme had Qu earlngen Barbara 'lhnd Row 'l hompson Ona Thom pson Ruth Tlbhlttw betty Tilbury Roger Tolles Patrlcla bm cond Row Tannahxll X lolet Thomas Xrlene Thomas Ma 'llarle Thompson Herbert l- oux th Rovs Turner Gerald lnderwoorl W anda lan Camp Betty Jean Wane Bert Walker Janet . S .X , w v V ' . , ' , -Q : . ' s. ' e S. . ' . Stover, Helena Thompson. Crystal . ' ' . , - - ' ' p X Q . .A 1' ' ' . 7 ' - , s ' . .', 1 23 Q Fnr t Row hmm nd Row Warren Richard Wav!!! Rvflfirl wh 1 Glenn T lmer 0 nny Wezute Geraldme 6 H W nrdlw Nadme White Florla Wortlungton Ruth Nhlson Noble xwfl ht Morgan "h11d Row Fourth Row Ylngllng Bob Naden VKX Ymglmg Tlmmle Newberry J00 Xpplemm Dale Fml h betty Jorlan Lorraine 24 5' NIOI? SHOTS' -C 5. i ME gg K iw 2 X . . Y , ,.4 fi X Q 1. Nmmtinu- pi'oc'vssiwn. 11. Tohziccvi' spit Y Y Y-Sadiv Hziwkirfs Day. 3. Ullagziiciic powers" Mcfall. 4. Their 1'-'yall iiiajvstivs. Rivhzird and Allwrt holding a lrwlzvl' session. 6. Last niinuto cramminz. 7. VVatCh out for that wolfish zlvurn, Hgini. 8. Faugrht in thc- act. 54, A tuuching sun-nv. 10. A barber polo duct. 11. Anwthvr happy vmiiiip: to zi spat. 12. Another gusfip sm-ssinn. 155, 'l'hi'c-0 ciirbstom' cuties. 14, Four faiii' lzissw uf A, C. High. ROW I- Colbert, Row II- Rosebau 1944 Lowery Harden Moole Reed Doxamus Grlffm Mmms West, Pennu' Rohl Wakefxeld Reynolds Frlss Georg Nlurxah Loyd Conrov Alford, Gibxon Hut Olnbon Row III D Allen Copnland Tomblm Fencl H Brown Greenhagen Treblw, Somuw J Rlillalds as ' -4 A N J ROW I- Moore, Byers, Creighton, Bagby, Cox, Chaplin, Johnson,Montague. Row Il-- Copeland, Tubbs, Sprowles, Beach, Barnes, Gillig, Matthew, Watson. Glam of 1944 ROW If Kinchloe, Thomas, Beatson, Harvey, Morhain, Allen, Cornelius, McQuigan, Borchers. Row Il-- Watkins, Pearson, McCullough, Caster, Parman, Waltz, Barkston, Mclrvin, B. Gable, Pinkston. Row III' - Gardenhire, Haskins, McCormick. Kanelakos, Crouse, Mcf'or,qei'y. Hensley. Woosley. Blevens, Hatfield. 3 g,., Kantzen 12" ll I ,1 I' 5 ,A 5 ROW I- Bridges, Lock, Ward, Bartleson, B. Burk, Coggins, Circle, Kocnke, Myers. Row II- Morton, Longworth, Gemar, Wallace, Gilliland, Moore, Rlesor, Markley, Nelson, Sorenson, Christy. Row III- Hollembeak, Miser, I'man, Shaw, Gribble, McCutcheon, Gibson, Hornbeck, Marnix, Finefrock. 81444 af 1944 ROW I- Curtis, Ott, Anderson, Hughes, Clayton, V. Burk, Kendrick, Haynes, L. Williams. Row II- Bazil, Scott, Blackburn, Werneke, Burt, Sharer, McCutcheon, Wilson, 0. Schwartz, Stroup, C. Williams Row III- Gardner, White, D. Hesket, Mayhill, Gitchell, Bell, Lawson, Allen, Lock, Parr. f 3 -ff P-fr , i -19' I ROW I-- T Terril, Griffin, Wilson, Mavis, Pickens, Evenger, McElhiney, Palmer, Bumgardner. Row Il-- Saar, Mathew, Ryman, Clark, Johnson, Stolp, Putnam, Barnes, Elton, Starkey, Row III' - Stone. Gladman, Van Pool. Johnson, Burns, Gilbert, Wilson, Stroup, Hornbostel, Haven, Toms. Blau af 1944 ROW I- Messner, Pierce, Koger, Blankenship, Livingston, E. Smith, Godfrey, Bays, Mauldin. Row II- Koch, Spencer, Adams, Ronsick, Blevens, Mott, Howland, Perry, Boehner, L. Smith, Toms. Row IIIA B. Brown, M. Smith, Rogers, Meek. Endorf, Rine, Cook, Thompson, Bowman. L '96 I I I " fl i ff A , . ' ' ly? , f l'1 - er' 6 L: ggi Q- f5fm ,q"'f-S it -v Row 1 Lhrlxtw Bxrl Prnl Ilmilson Suncll Grunlavs Puts llowalth Goff hlmoxe Lulbettu Row 7 Ntalk Ruhxrmls Hampstcn Ilnd D Ilufrhu Boggs Barry Chxdxull ll Burk Rush bhxrp Row J Stone Puru wlllil0W Ott Watson Plyton fuk Rolnnnon Boylu J Whlte Walkcr lx X Hallnv In L Colhnx llollle Lxtmon iussvull Pllutt Crun Pdwaxdn Thomai Row R-ba out Danlgls l,1venQ Howe Dans D 'NlLXav R WILVaw Van Camp FltCh Ward Harxdcr Bllllflgi Lahmbnrs Coffelt Taton B Johnson Row 6-Stihl Thompson Max on Ahstey Graber llolrulgn Wlllldmg Haton 'Upton B Duncan in-. i' Row Longworth Bannmsz Dy. Loyd H31ll0i N Slxmn Clark I Got? D Jones Onstott Row Bums Sherwood Hazney Young Perkxnx B Qmxth Greenwood Hallmark Parker Carter Row Nlxthlq Finn Qvmet Thomas Wentworth Templu Burns Coopu Row Atkms Brevmtex R Qcott Vlekery Luglmr Bechtel Ellitltt. Cooncy Smllu Row Newman Greene Pratt Robmson Alexander Clasgow bose Whxttmnborn Bulks Allgllll Greene Row 6-Jones, Barkcr, blLLt,h, Crmnel Brady How nd D Duncan, Mcfutchcon U ,Q V fy 3 S ' ,001 fb- 1- 'o , -. . , , I .. , . I Q. X -. ,Q - ,, .,., . 3. an -- W . A 1' 3- Q . , 41 ' S - -4 A- 'V 'A Ch , ' " I ' 3- K - -. " -1 v ' ls C , - I ,, Q A 4- fx L K . . 'Q . X ' 5 -. I 1' -- ' ' 6 ' -- ' 5 . w 2 Q N I ,' V V J, 1 f A , I . - . V V V V .. . . V . - . .. V ,Vx 1, - V V - V V . ,- -,V 1 V 'V L 1- V V V ' ,V V v I v - 1 ' .- '.V V . . , ' .- ,-V , , V, V ' . ..-. . L ., , , . V - .-. -V -. , ,V , . , . , V. . . V . V. V , . . V TL ,V X, , V , . , I y X g n , if, . 7 In V V V - - V V . V V Row 4- ell., 1 -llhl, V ., ,, . , - , - , V H , , ., .. V -., ,',. 1' . . ,' . ., - N. . -V -V V -V -A ,V -A .V V V , 4 V .. V I I -v v v v - ' , .. . , . , A. V . , ., . . . n 4 . . V --' V - V V V -V V - V - f v S 4 "A 9 . 7 V V H M. ! ' s ' . 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Row Row Row Tu Row Row 11 0 X McVay, Rains, Janson, Barns, Gladfelder, Brachear, Godfrey, Baily, Moore, Papan. .-Kirtpatrich, Holly, Blair, Rahn, Bradley, Meyers, Goff, Mall, Kinnear, Rathbun. 3--Hinkle, Marrs, King, Winegarner, Cummings, Crews, Hollingsworth, Lemasters, Wallis, Brown lly. 4+-Fliekinger, Swain, Bartlett, Allen, Johnson, Peirce, Porch, Hranine, Osborne, Carter, McKay 5-AMeans, Shields, Easterlingz, Smith, Gorker, P. White, Kelly, Sharp, Honcycutt, Justice, Sawyer 31 iWVlHllLIEWVI1C5 1 u Xxll N11 Nb I nfl ul Mu: 1 N xl V l X ND It X x 1 x ruup 'BX I fx ,il 'lla thc ucll-rmxr1r'e-rl in inicillzil. ph ":1i trni 'rg ix SIN img rtzul :rx trziining' nf Ihv mi . Tha- '-ilI'iUllN xp Aix min' tha' I-nlx nth thi Wham! 1r:xir5nL ?n ccmperzltiun :nd H-:unuvr'k. 'Hu-x M-urn In Nui rdinzltc tl' xi h '- of vm-h indiuiduul14-thx-nu-ri.'uf'thc ll . 1 X , I 1 f . 1,453 A Y' , . gas, . rt.-Sfg,aw..Vf1 -4 f Wgfzf- , 4, A, if 'W B ' gh. 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Y- Q, Brady, Parker, Johnson, Taton, Howe, Sprowls, Rollins. McVay, Hornbostol, Gilstrap, Cummings, Billings, Coach Curry. .E 3 av, 55. 'F.f3e-W Harold Brady Center X av. gl - . K . ' a 'Wie' T1 l . H' , , ' i ,,- '- 3 gl Q i ix f "' A 5,-I 'fin V V . ' K. NE , X , V Q . .X - ,ij I .1 ,, , k- . W ,,, .1 5lP'Y.Li,l-f'! - . l 4 ","',f-ly' K o 'wig LS-w l rim . I-Q. - Tim Yilngling Bob Yingling Richard Warren Bill Rollins Cecil Larkin Backfield Guard Tackle Guard End 35 BASKETBAZI ROW I Eustlce NIcC1ll f0Ghlll'lL, Uooclx CRIIIIIQTA Coa h C :out ROV! II NI'x1Qhal1 Rmhlrds Ixonnkr 'Nlontxguo Thomas Qmnh Iuuon Hutchmeon ROW III Werke Dunmn Qmxth Howe Cnlstmp Chaplm 'Vldu Smllnr Porch Alexander Contreras Swan Louis Goehring Bob Eustice Norman Moody Eugene Caldarera Doug McCall Forward Forward Guard Forward Guard 36 'TN 15 1' 'A-S 3, V A 'iii VIC? 'gif " Q x.L I ' N ', ' ' , Pg I N -C- f 1 " 584 D x 5 , , fr- 11,1 xr .u -nag - ' - , , , i lv T N , 'Y-f H 1 W' I MRF. 'wi 0 S U W 2 wg UIRCIXXNIIZPWVIIUNS ln our Nchool ue work md pl iw ind in our orgmuitions we combine tht two Some of the 0I',LflI1llltl0I1S hue 1 hind in student gournmmnt some ire tor how. 1nd girls in ind perxonilits Others are specialized groups for those interested in music 'lgri culture or Journillsm These 0!'Lfl.I'llllll0l'lS all pl is 1 part toward the betterment of the Nchool z 'zz ' 5 2 '- 1 z ' 3 .I I : ,. l Z i ' -VA, 1 ' K1 ' general. aiding to develop their character ' ah' 1 1 ' - gal xv1Kvwz lwiiXXX XMI " ESHIIIIW """'S,Q 4. 'ff ,,. , . 1 f .,,f' ' ' -wi an X73 , ,f 1 4 fi '1": A M fm- .X STUIIDIENT CUUINUIL ROW l Vlrneht Vlhmtlcy Dnnncbu Cordon Mornmg Klrlt thaplnn Halton M Brovtn ROVS ll mn flupxm Payton for rx y J Blown Byars K 1511 Mom ROM III ROVS IX Bill Htck Hutchinson Thomas Parktr Holdredgc The Qtudent council acted as the govelnmg body for our Qchool during the past year Fxch conference and organxvatlon sent one representatlve to help set standards suggest rulcs and brmg about closer cooperatxon between the tudfntq and tre admlm Qtratmn Hewdmd ln thc pzmldr nt Norman Moody the student councll also 'sponsored 'l9Q0TY1bll09 QOCldl and Sadie Hawklns week fm our enjovment and general benefit ""' Y '? l- 2 ' "5-T. I . ' , ". fi ', " , . '. Ge ay T 1 'r, ,l , I l"e , . ' ' , -s, nl,-.-' A ly' Ward. llollenbeck. R. Smith, I.. Smith, Iman. Bl'anine,DclliI1g0I'. 1 x v x . ,z f ', ' - : ' ' , ' .' '.'. ' ' . ' 5 1 , . ' '- A ' . 1 1 -v l '.l' t Y V ' A CPXSIHIIIIERS ,z A 2.55 J 3 I, 31 5,1 if ' 52 N x ir - EA E . , I Z ROW I Eustlu Bulley Cqldarem 'Nimme Beatxon Putnam Bladx ROW II Rohl Payton Gllllland Brachnar Hollenback Thompeon Tlbbetts ROW III Ward Clrcle Shaw Rosebaugh Tubbs Van Camp .Q L tmost nn our mmdx throughout the wear was our country and the way we could help lt by bunny, war bonds xnd stampb These our cashmere acted as our mmute men They proudui Us xuth tha mformatlon xu needed ard eerxed as a medlum between our actxon md our puryn I Fhctui from each conference they truly represented the splrxt of thx mmm Qtudent bodx Head cvmhner uae Fuyzene Caldarera asslsted bx Ruth Nllnmx ' x ' ', ' , c c , I . . .' , ' . " .'. . . x . v n v 1 9 K v - - . v - V - Jib...,.. X '6' . 4 - x V X . f-Alhwwnny. f. I , l j . . ' . , , . . x ' i' Y ' . z S '. A, -, . v' I 5- v' I ' ' v 1 1 I A A v 5- ' ' 2 - - ,Lg .I A x x v -v i l I . -'. ' K - , . A I y .' J lllffy GAA A 0 ...Z ROW I 34 Boehner Stover M Tnomas A Thomas Ausmus Brachear Moore Mauldm ROW II Hughes Watson Barley Templar Wakefleld Wentvsorth White Padget The Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon usually known as GAA IS composed of gnrls Interested m sports The GAA gxrls work to earn thelr letters by learnmg new games passmg certam tests and complymg wxth health rules Led by xts president Hope Mauldm thls orgamzatlon IS one to be proud of The Future Farmers of Amermea lb an orgamzatlon of farm boys headed by Rlchard Warren whose purpose IS to teach the most modern and sczentlflc methods of agrxculture The young men of the FFA wxll ln future years enable our natxon to be more prosperous and flourlshlng through thelr tlamlng ln the intelligent use of 'Z 5 farm land Ng' W 0 ROW I B Matthews 'NI Smlth Me-Congarv Barnes Crouse ROW II 1G Haus Haslett B Walker Gregory Iman T C Fang ROW III Gose Burks Harader Shaw Warren X , o ' ,PoIPo o in V , I f tx 1 A I 0 ' t I 'Y - ' 1 1 ' I 1 ' Y ' ' ' '. 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'fx Ixus? 2 y p QQ l-VY ROW I Chaplln Mornlng Hlte Mlller Stanley Avery ROW II Caster Mmms Marnlx Clayton Penner The Glll RCSEIVSS goal IS to bulld Chrlstlan character and teach glrls to llVB ln loxe and peaceful harmony wlth thelr 8SSOC13t8S Vhth fl capable ltadu VS anda Hlte as presldent asslsted by an efflclent cablnet and the guldance of helpful sponsors thlS group spent one of ltS bUSl6St years Among some of the undcrtaklngs were lncluded a Dad Daughter Banquet Mother Daughter Banquet maklng of ples for the poor and needy at Thanksglvlng and Y W C A dlnner The Hl Y IS an organlzatlon WhlCh holds the hlghest ldeals for boys and endeavors to teach them the value of Chrlstlanlty clean llVlng and good fellowshlp Thls character bulldlng organlzatlon has been capably led by ltS presldent John Sklnner Its 8CtlVltl8S have chlefly conslsted ln morale bulldlng proJects for the better ment of the school and COmmUHltS ROW I R Smlth Plper Sklnner Byers Spencer ROW II L Smlth Soules, Chaplln Carter 43 KC LR. l HI W f l l l I V Q ' 2 L I l A , L gg Y l . Y I Y 1 ' 1 , I Y ' y . Y Y t I ' 1 . , . v "fi 'zr If R . xi 'X fx AL ' ' . ' v A 2 Q . I ,, 3 BAND French Horns Deskin Tipton Galle Parr Mclrvin Newberry Clarmets Wrxght Hnte Cullers Harrxs Alexander Kantzer Llvmgston Beach lVentworth M Selan McAdam Keller Hatfxeld Cornets Chapm Beck Jones Tayton Duncan Soules Kelley Keller Montague Terrlll Crews Byers Flutes Waltz Chaplm Walker Kxrk M Thomas B Jones Watklns Blackburn Olvera Alto Clarmet Payton Cordon Bass Clarinet Hunt 'IH'ombones M Johnson Penner Rlckords Van Camp Barltones Rogers B Van Camp Bassoon H Johnson Basses B Johnson Battery Damels Tllbury Vxrlson Strmg' Basses Chaplin Barton Avery Selan, Sew ell Watson Saxophones Stahl Thomas Poster Stolp Dxrector R L Davxdson Barton Axery Kxrk fhaplm 'N 'li 'V' 'Qmggea 'km N? as-1 C' - 1 1 1 1 v ' ' ' ' . : . . , , , 3 1 1 - 1 1 1 - . . 1 . . V 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - ' v ' ' , , . . . . : I P 1 I I ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 v ' . 3 1 1 1 ' Y I ! 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A fee Violins: Chaplin, Hite, Smith, Lowery, Penner, : , . IVIEIP QLLUHB .fi f Pres Pat Tolles Jones Spencer Garns-head cheer leader Sandefur McCullough Peck RowI Clark Stanley Thompson Follett Morning Schlesinger Rush Curtis Werneke Thomas Wakefield McCall Ingram Row II Burns B White Armstrong West Bfzum Darrougn Morgan Humbert Pearson Elton Leach Rohl Bailey Padget Decker Davis Miller Row IV Herbert Miller Pappan Hefflefmgei Coyle Brachear Mavis Maness Clay ton Beatson Gilliland Caster Row V Marmx Burkarth Brown Glatfeldei Bechtel Bveis Gilbert Gladman Collms Parker Allen Rme Hart Binh i ' :Q . ' A Q if , 9 M --C A. 1 .,, ' Y ' x r I . ' ul f Q 1 1 1 J!" 'K K V, in 4x T v x 9 v . 1 ' A . - y 9 ' v Row III-Davis, Kirk, Tolles, Howland, Gibson, J. White, Moore, Allen, Greenwood I .X . 1' V il ' f"'C' ' , l , 'N - - - -- of 25 'A K - 46 IUISIHIIEIRIETVIVIES I Nils SILIINGIERS Row 1 1 'ie McCall Matthews Cullers Walker Klrk Thompson Stanley Bossl ROW II Clark Howland fasten Qchlm Inger Halnds Fovu Jones Seldl Darrough ROW III Howarth Herbert Whlte vvlllllllb Rohl Doramus Plnkston Balley ROW IV Farrar Sweet Gardner Mavxs Baum Crelghton Werneke The usherettes are a group of energetlc hlgh school gxrls who are present at all hlgh school functxons ln order to ald the publxc The usherettes are always on hand to support that they dlsplay msures the cooperatxve spxrlt of umty ln the school and commumty The group ns headed by a capable semor Ione Matthews The Ink Slmgers ns fm orgamzatxon made up of boys from the varxous prmtmg classes To them goes the task of pfllltlflg The Ark Lxght and all of the copy for the Mlrror besldes grade cards tlCk8tS programs offxce forms and all other pnnted artxcles requlred by the school Earl Russell heads thxs lndustnous group whlch certainly deserves all credlt due lt ROWI 'Ihrner Ward Rxchardson Burton Chaplm Hollembeak Burns ROW II F D Modlm Davenport D Wllson Sh1elds Sneller Hoyle Russell Howe Gorker GT LZ 1 . , I . I 2 I , S - ' 1 . ' f - 4 , ,M n g f , I A, .. H . Q - " 2 - I - ' ' 4 f x -Q! ' ' ' -'ls - ' sf f , - 7 .' X4 1 ' L ' ' A Y ' ' l 1 l 1 1 1 .. " 1 v V ' 1 A l I '1 1 1 I , D . 1 1 - .- , , 1 I , - distribute rograms or answer the uestions of out-of-town eople, and the enthusiastic Q P H . ,, . . . V . . . . . l p . 1 . v 1 . 1 5 , , ' 1 1 Q 1 1 ' . . D , 1 - ' 1 D 1 1 Y ' ' ' Q 7 I X W' "' 5 'H Y .31 I s 1 2 I I if 5 I A X 4 e 1 I -..E , f I - 2 lx - Llsfj' I x I I A , 'roxy Corps WM Be Giiered To Stuciema 'ma ARK mga ROW 1 H 1 n Hardy Melba Cnmers Betty Jo G AH Am -XRkANbAb LYYX KANB.-Xb X X xxnq-K ,Q f ards orrame Jordon Laura Dc-:H McCaH e e Dona Mae Kxrk Pat. Sum ey ROW I1 H k Mary Jean Marshzm Jean ex x Ben Morgan Wright Jun ec Harry Hoyk Bad Russeh John Skmner S d! lone Matthews BM Beh Editor fi' df.- Cub Joumahsts 'Sf elk Bob Beck Virgnma Chaplin Pat Tolles Edltor Asst Editor Art Editor Calendar Editor MIIRIROIR STPXIFIF PUBUSHED BY THE SENIOR CIASS Student Photographers B111 Bell Bob Beck Commerclal Photographers Cornish Brill Lxthography 8: Blndlng Myers 8: Co Topeka Kansas Type Composxtlon Hlgh School Ink Slmgers Faculty Adx lsor Allan M328 Kirk Mxller Bell Walker Q. ' Q Q cl qt. I xx 1 Li! - , . . ,, ., f B' If , ' Yi Nl 5' P lt Q! ef- . 'wg' X Y 3 V7 ,K Y 2 5 145 9 'W """ "" ' ' " ""' I 1 . A 'nww J ' W rp p . , . . . . Akvg A A 1 0 , 7., ,,,. A ,A,, , , ,,,, ,..,YY, .... . , V .,.. I , I I -ee' A -'X 'Saw J! R. FXCQTIWIIWIES In lddltlon to the exersdm routine of e .usex ttere .Ire mam erler tn ln estlng Nldellghtx to our xehool hfe Students spent mans hours outude of xehool working to make the Speeeh plu .md Nenlor plas a prevue xenon Resndex these organlled . tultlex there .are the mmx eompletelx rehearsed .ind unseheduled huts of sehool 1 e uhleh h.ue been reeorded ln the edlenddr .md In the uer present edndld e lmerd 'l' I ' ' .' v'1 'll 1 d ' ter- . . . . 4' , V . - -' ,- suce-ess. The debate team completed un im- ,U ,. K. A l. 5. . .lc- ' ' h K ' - 1 g ' . un- L M A- , . A. . , , ' tv xi . 532232: is Sw. V- Q 4' ,u:,fjf. 5 v 4 ' ' 'Q N Q f ,Y .,, a F ' 1 X' QQ . e-,v'f"Y"" WWI, :fo 7 - iii -'vi Rx N, O W-h.,,,,v F3 -,x, A Q....- gi, E. ,e: .. 'pgs in QW 2' , 'Ms Q I gr, N 4? vdgw jfs 3 , , . it .wx , G Y -. Q 1 ig 5 Q 4? x 3, 'm ' w Vaci? . X .3 5' 1 .X ,K .CQ Mx wg: Liiiffig vlf-Y ,. ,- X f . 2 S, 4 wx F Sm ,"L ,"' '-1- Q 1 ' 1 KN All 1 Ny ll L 1 THE FMIILY l TMI'- cmmdx 1 K 1 Q Dlrutul In I SXNDEFUR .! 4 WIFI 1, ,.,.l 5, 1 '. W ..'fr'r11- 14 Q. T ' FI Q2 Mxw f.:F:xM:1r: H011-rl f,u!'cl1vI1 , . Hrs. 'mimi . .Izmct XV11lkl'I H1'YIrv'lf Harold Ricm 54 The Senior Class Presents rt at8l5 FRIDAY MARCH 26 1943 Tumor Hlgh Audxtonum PppF elm WL: pp Mgwkt F 1 t s "CAPTAIN APPLEMQIQ An Aralaian Niglrfn Adventure In Three Ads. v --L W I ter Hackett 1 JI- L fyB RAD I1 T Bn, C I7 55 CHORUS' DEBA TE ROW I D Pinkston Olmgei Sharer Qpencer Koch Gemar McCreary 'Simms Miller Ingram ROW II V Pinkston ROW III Creighton L Barnes ROW IV Van Camp Danneberg Burns Inset Girls Tiio-Ingram Morning Selan Selan Rohl Morning Bagby H George Farrar Miser Hornbostel klme Maness Perico Allen Newman Colglaziei Brown Thomas Follett Larkin Holdredge Mavis Moore P Barnes Morham Wheat Carter McCall Fencil Gilbert Mayhill Herb George Kurt Galle John Skinner Bill Pringle ROKSI' The debaters had a very successful season this year under the direction of Sandefur. They took first at Lawrence, and placed third at Enid, Salina, and the Valley Tournament held at Friends University in Wichita. The team this year composed of four boys who had debating experience during the last three years, Tilbury Ar was an they won more than two-thirds of all debates entered into during the season. Events participated in this year were the after dinner speaking contests, extemporaneous speaking, and original oratory. 56 VICTORY CORPS' xy XX 41' .r 5, by gsm EALENDAR SEPTEMBEP 8 Fxrst day of school and here we are agam back m the old grmd All the sophomores were runnmg around gettmg xn the way askmg the same old questlons and bemg lost m general 9 Try outs started today for the speech play, The Famlly Upstalrs 10 Thmgs and students have begun to settle down to routine and the sophs have a vague ldea of where to go and when 11 Twxrlmg trv outs were held today wlth Dona Klrk Helen Gordon Gerry Barton and Vlrgmla Chaplm comlng through Congratulatlons glrls 15-It IS noted that some of last years steadles are stlll gomg strong For example Lamome Ingram and her college man John Marshall Hack Chapin and hxs JUHIOI' gal Roberta Waltz Ruth Worthmg ton and Red Edwm, and the more recent two some, Bob Eustlce and Vxrglnla Stolp 16-After school thus afternoon the G R 's had their annual get together at Pans Park 17 Selectlons for the speech play, "The Famlly Up sta1rs" announced Congratulatnons to you all Fnrst assembly Mr Funk spoke The sophs were enthuslastlc, the Junlors took lt as a matter of course, and the semors looked frankly bored 18-Class meetmgs were held, wlth commxttees ap- polnted and officers nommated An attractive new SCDIOF, Marllee Danneberg, was escorted by Cleve Humbert to the De Molay dance 21 Whxch three gxrls have attamed a cold over the week end as a result of a game of stnp poker at an all glrl s party? Class offlcers were elected today Thanks to the P T A for a very successful first soclal The Noted Men sounded just too much on the solld slde 22 The first student councll meetmg held today Have you notlced a few sleepy heads IH class lately" Thlnk nothlng of xt Its probably a band member who IS catchmg up on the sleep he mlsses when he has to go to an early mornmg band practlce 24 All Glenn Mlller fans were mourmng as they heard hxs last program before he Joms the army The hxgh school band played and marched down tovsn for the Fall wlndow unvelllng 25-Another ramy Frxday mght It mltxated the football season, wxth the Jumor college wmmng from Independence 120 The maneuvers of the band at the half were mxssed when the band was caught ln the downpour and dlsbanded before the game 29 FITS' l Flrel ' False alarm It's only the first flre drxll of the year 30 Baseball fans mduced the teachers to let them llsten to the begmmng of the 1942 World Serles between the Cardmals and the Yankees The G R. Mother Daughter tea was held today ln the Methodlst Church, wlth many mothers m atten dance ' , , it I . rl U . l ,V . KX r , ...V xx Y -A-A i . 11 YV X f ir , u , , h , -1 .W 1 , , ,K v - 7 1 - - . . r, V , . 1 il , K 2 , , I -, ' ,r -V L I 1 3 3 r A -- QS ,' ' ,g.wiQl My f if ' :if e ef . .1-5g,fffi', .. ' ' . ' NN' W, 2'5" .. JL' 4 M Q- ,,c.r,4,yN' 'A ' K V . .vw ' A ' M- wi U C U v - . -. ' ' . , ' ' . 7 ' . . . 1 ' ' , - u , ' ' 77 . . ' A . . . . . , - 1 - H , . . . Y l I . A 4 1 l . . ' 7 . ' . , 1 I ' - Y 3 - Y . . . D H YY ' . - . . . . . . 57 OCTOBER An old fashloned commumty Slng featured our xssemblx progrxm Pep asse mbly today to send our football team off to a rousxne start for thelr e mme vnth Pratt P S We lost 10 6 C'ard1n1l fins colleeteel th n bets today as the C nds de fe xteel the New 'lorle Yankees IH the last ame of the 10-1' World Qerles Current fad ln the femn ne fashlon world are e xrrlngs mel yelyet halr bovss A tvs osome XXIIICII has been seen around the halls of late IS none other than Ixelth Burton and the xery 'lttraetmye new semor NN rnda Lnderwood as the Bulldogs lost to El Dorado 18 0 on our home field Noted at the after game De Molay dance Doug Mc-Call anel Jolxne Selan appear to have forgotten thelr CIIITCFPIICQS as Doug eseorted Jolme to the el mee After hxs few week fllng vslth some of the otherA C be es Kookxe Klrk whv IS your face so red' Is It be eause you and your three buddles were late to second hour class after se'l1ng speech play tnckets uptown anel then goung to your house for a delayed breakfastq Huh" The drn for scrap metal was started wlth the boys of cmor high belng ex eused to help vuth the acc xmulatlon 11-The C R meetlng was very lmpresslve candle llghtxng serymce 14 'NI mnee performance of The Famlly Upstalrs proved It to be one of the funmest 15 Evenmg performance of the speech play Equal ly successful 16-We watched the college trounce Parsons 28 0, uhule the hlgh school got the unlucky end of a 6 0 seore m a game at Newton 20 The senlors are buslly engaged ln gettlng thexr all xmportant pxctures made 21 Flrst report cards today The same old problem of pre sentatlon to parents and watchlng their re actlons Lamolnc Ingram and Norman Moody selected "Best C1t17ens" Z2 Dental IIISDQCUOH 23 Team lost to Augusta '70 7 et tme tnst tlnge of xxlnter today ln f In ef 1 cold eloudy y N ny Ilxv In honor of tht saxlors of the U xt we htlel 1 speexal Ivuy Dry xssem o e oo for mlny of us lb we rehears e Bu. Top ill afternoon x g em" ' I should say so a xttended tht footbxll game III the afternoon be txuen the Jumor eollege and Dodge C'1ty wlth our home team eomxng through to xlctory 13 0 The equally ewcltlng Under the Bug Top dls e ose the Nllss Inberty Belle to be none o er than that xttrnctrye Sue Edwards The dlnee was re xlly on the mellow slde as we all svsung out to that Jumpln gnc of the Noted Men lllel you notlee the out of town former students of A C II S such as Jlm Coker Francls Gaston Ixenneth Qunnby and Don H1te" Dates notlced were Jeanne Follett and Doe Cnlllland Betty Muller and Bob Iiovvlxnd Niarcllle Mornlng and John Hutton anel Pat Tolles and Russell Smxth NOVEMBFR Sleepy' anel why not" We ve had the buslest vseek end yet thls year Doug NIcC'all forgot hlmself xt seems, and aban doned hrs usual elate for Lamome Ingram 3-Thus vseek the Ark Llght IS proudly observing lts Sllver Annnersary 4-Our first lyceum was presented with Jasper the cockatoo steallng the show 5-Dr Sowexs spoke to our assembly answermg questxons handed ln by students largely concern mg youth and war Hard luck hlt us agaln as we lost to Hutchmson on Curry Fleld 47 13 6wHurrah' ' ' No school todall Teachers meetlng at Wlchlta 9 Flrst Messlah practlce 11 Our Armxstlce Day program featured an ad dress bv Ileut Col Polhamus from Strother Fleld 12 Rev Cralg spoke to us ln our Prayer Week assembly 13--Frxday the 13th Maybe that s why we lost that game wlth Wlchxta East 52 13 -,i :eau we f-l 1 - 2 - V' - V ' the Iwi 1 - - V - or v 2 . ' j da . , , , ry 27-f.'2 2.. .' .S. ., , , W , fle- 'T - 2: ' 2" bly. -- .. . 2 , . . , za ers S-h 1 - 1 .V C- 2.4 V - .fed th . E ,A , ri , , 1 ' ' v I 1 - .. -, H Q x ' . . 2102 I-Ixcitin I ! ! . ' - . We ll fri, 2 2 S ' ' ll' ' X . ' ' 2 H u 1 X H X V ' , Y X I x , . . . 2 , e N . - ev ' I l '1 4 I X I x ' 1 ,, . - . .. , , . . r V - 5' A s . - 5- ' , . ' V ' ' ' A N - A I I ' an ' ' U I 1- 1 ' " '4- -2 1: 2 '- ' ' , .1 -.Q . 4' . , . th 7-, -. - V , . ' ' ' - . , . 2 2 ' ' . vw. Y 1 2 - ' V , x x ' 7: I -I i 1 I I V' ' hz I ' I . . ' D .' ' ' A I ' ' ' ' . 9--Our pe-p assembly' dxdnt se-e-m to do much good , , ' i . . . ei., e . I . ' , A, I - Q V : . . . l, , .. ,.. .- - , A ' .: ,- 1 . . U K x 4 I . 1 ' ' 'Q Q A 2 H 2 1 Q 1 ' 'H s ' " . I 1 ' 1 . . -ll A A 2- V. V . ' ' ' v , v ' , 1 , . , ' , - v v p ' ' , . . v 1 A ' -I , ' x ' x x ' - I e Y ' X- 4.1 . u . , . 134 ' ' ' V ' v . ' , . . v .1 N l v . ' , - I I K I ' 1 ' I l I ' . I 1.1. 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' ' ' ' .1 - - .. , ' 1 A , nr . - rv Y--. 2 rg I 1 I p , I 58 16- Mrss Worthrngton was qurte surprrsed at play rehearsal when her leadrng man Bob Beck real ly clrmaxed It Wow l ' ' 18 We got out of school early today because of gasolrne ratronmg 19 Marrlce Danneberg Norman Moody and Jane Clayton gave a report ln assembly on the student councrl conventxon ln Columbla Mrssourl 20-The De Molays managed to have a wonderful dance rn sprte of drlzzly cold weather 25 An lmpresslve Thanksgrvmg program was glven ln assembly by the Glrl Reserves and H1 Y 26-Our farr crty was well represented at Wellmg ton at the annual ThankSg'lVlhg game to Watch our team go down rn defeat DECEMBER 1 Our second lyceum was presented by the Charm Qulntette and proved to be an rnterestlng musrcal program 2 Yes rts happened agaln Those hornble grade cards 'S-btmors were elated as some of therr coveted Jewelry arrrved today Our basketball team looked prospectlve tomght as vse trounced over Cathedral 34 15 We observed the annrversary of Pearl Harbor wrth an assembly today Messrah rehearsal Another Messrah rehearsal 10 The student councrl s pay assembly was a suc cess rn sprte of nervousness and several cases of the .utters 11 We were vrctorrous over North wrth an easy 32 19 wrn 14 A C s first test blackout tomght 15-From all reports we found that Joyce Werneke and Nadrne Wakefield are strll two very m barrassed lrttle glrls afte findmg themselves sworkrng rn the wrong store 16 Sandefurs Gettos Currx s and Plpers con ferences held a very successful whrte elephant sale wrth proceeds golng to the Red Cross 17 Mr Qt John spoke rn assembly lb-We lost our game tomght at ElDorado 34 13 Z2 Hr Y Inductron Servlce A ' 21 The speech classes presented the Chrrstmas chapel program What ten lrttle semor gals straggled lnto the offrce late thrs fourth hour each clutchrng a lrttle teddy bear m her arm and beggmg to be excused" Well you guess JANUARY 4 Back again after an excl mg Chrrstmas vacation whlch lncluded dances parties and numerous dates Dates which seem to be blossoming into more than just frrendshrp are Helen Gordon an Bud Chaplrn Bob Jones wrth Rose Watson an none other than the edrtor hmself Bob Beck an Vlrgrnla Chaplm 8 We lost to our rrval Wrnfreld 37 25 tomght on our home basketball court However we all forgot to be sorrowful as we attended another swell De Molay dance 11 College game wrth St John We won 47 31 Gosh were we surprlsed thrs vseek end"' Marllee Danneburg and Jrmmy Hutchmson are now gomg steady along vuth Odell Axery and Louls Goeh rrng and Kurt Galle and Vxrgrnla Deskm 15-We muffed our game wxth Hutchinson by losmg 32 19 The usual people attended the De Molay dance 18-Brrrrrrrr VS Inter s here for sure with SHOW and 0 temperatures 20-Haven t the moonllght skatmg partles been swell? 72 We lost to Newton there .16 27 '5-Congratulatlons to the debaters who took third place at the Ark Valley tournament held at Wrchlta 28-Another communrty smg rn ulembly t0d8Y P9 The Bulldogs walked owcr the R9dS-km! Bt Vhchrta tomght 42 19 FEBRUARY Z Qadre Hawkrn s Day ' ' ' 'Ihe bug doxns started off mth a bang today Ewerythrng was topsy turxy Janet Walker with Bob Beck, Betty JO Garrrs mth Jlm Heck 1 Cute Qxdre H uxlerns assembly today Bouquets tr Plt Tolles hookle lxrrle lNanda Hlte and Brlly Joe Smrth for therr performance whrch kept the d.llClltl1Ck ln an uproar Fyerlthrng turned out rlght to cllmax our gala afflrr Vle won the basleelblll game wrth El DOI'lCl0 35 30 Odell Avery anel IOUIS Coehrrng were erovened qlleen anel krng and the dance lx ls veonele rful 1 The Bulldogs beat East 46 30 tonrght on our home eourt 10 Cecrl I lrlern seems to be findrng a certaln llttle hlond ,l1llllCll xery rnterestlng How rs that? lf The C R s held therr annual Dad Daughter Feed tonlght 1 'lhose much pampered 'arms nursed by many tlrelents were only the resrlt of smallpox vac e rn ltrons 12-4 'llore eoneratlllatrons and best velshes thls tlme to the students chosen for the senlor play C lptarn Applejacle 10 'liost of A C H S was represented ln Wrn held to vs lteh our team go down ln defeat after a elose glme xyrth our IlV8l 94 '30 Z M lny of the girls here ln A C' H S are sayrng eood hye to therr one and onlys as they leave for various branches of the SSYXICQ Nlarcrlle here s vllshlng luck to your John Hutton i urrah one el y vacatron vvhlle the 1C hers all helped wrth ree rstratron for the new pornt r ltronrng VM lost to Hutchrnson the e 25 29 MARCH 'lfarch deflnrtely came ln llke a lron Coneratulatrons to Coehrrng who has done well durlng thrs years eage season He was se leeted for the Ark Valley All Star team Our llst game on the home court almost gave the Rarlrerlders heart farlur as we surged ahead mlm tlmes However they turned on the heat and finally won '33 25 Hobby day ln G R 10 Report cards The orchestra played ther annual concert today qLf1lCJI' elass meetrng Announcements were or dered 1 e olrserlee tht Worle lily of Irl r e ll'skCllllll te xm lot te rts first oppone X lllllll.l0ll rn the I'lL,l0llllS ll Wm reld J 'lhe semor play hls all the prospects of belng top noteh lfter the sample ue got ln assembly toel IN 16 It nrust he the re tl thrng, hetveeen C'ee11l larkln lnel le rnne l'Xll1CllelOC They 'ue now gorng steady e sehool was sorry strreleen today over the news of the tr11.,1e death of one of rts well known tuelents Pelwrn Byers l Can rt he that lady Spllllg rs on her way" Another eouple rs treadrng the pathway of steady blrss Thls tlme the loye bug., has definitely bltten llelerl Cordon and Bud Chaplrn Then of course l lmonre Inerlm lnd DlClx Nlrtchell are stlll that l ty oyer eleh o er 4 l.lIlClCI'Cll'sQlIllTl eleeted Peland Hornbostel stu dent colrnerl presrelent for ne xt year Hs- Se mor play C lptlrn Appleyack proyed a dra nl ltlc sueeess APRIL Boys toole then tests todly for the Y 12 a d Rus ell Qnrrth hls finally settled down to golng ste llll xyrth V1 lnda Johnson lfter carrylng a torch these plst months after the break up between hlm and Prt Tolles l The Ianoranr'1 of Amerlcan DTUQIC proved to be one of the finest musleals A C hls seen e lole hug, rs eorng xyrlel Fred Cnllrg and hls NX hlle Brll Pllllflle and Helen Jane Beatson have re Ulllttil Illtes llre ldv booleed up for the Tleerama are Br rely lnel Deslern Bob Xrrgllng, anel Betty Jo -'errnstrorre Xwerx lnel Gllll and 11 semor hrd l xyond rful tlme at the Tlgerama 211111 lll honor of them by the college Il llf dry x lcatron for El -1 The De Nlollys dlsclosed thelr cholce for the 101' Sueetheart It the Annu l Qxxeetheart Dance 30 The college presented thelr annual play The lllllllfe Age vlas enjolee by MAY e lnel orehe trl eerleert was gryen eyerl L, 1 K lllill rehe ll'NlCl mlrehlrrg for graduatron this nrornrne ln the afternoon they all skrpped out e p Utefllll lnel eelal rn the eyenlng was to ee thr exemn s lor some rt was a day o oer re f mln vu lk a day of parting L in - ' -.1'- . rzgv- 1 "1 2: 'Iye- , 1 ly' -1 ' 'W " - -' . 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