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

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1 ' 2 I I i' Ill 'il!iEl ll A - IEVIFH N V0 Q0 THE MIRROR of1952 Presen ted by 6 of THE SENIOUASSQ Arkansas CQ Kansas O O 0 Q0 P THFINDERS H J Clank I-hgh bmhool Jelrx Vmeyard Supl of Prlnclpal Publxc Schools Dalby -Kmes Hlgh Schuol becretary A, F, Burfo Printing' Sponsor Prinu-if finilil Ark Light Ixl'U1lLll'tlOll Pin-rl Type.-rs Ella Christa-nson Librarian Co-sponsor Y-Tccn Hcnriettu Fourtriglit Mathn-niutics VVinton frown Social Scif-nee Sponsor Yearbook Co-sponsor Quill and Junior Class A. L. Curry Social Science Chairman Athletics Committee Director of Athletics Edith Davis Physical Exluczition Sponsor G. A. A. CO-sponsor Pep Cluh Bricc Durbin Social Science Baskcluill Coach Co-sponsor Sophomore C Am Lcttm-rmen's Club Barney G1-lto Coinnic-rum' Co-sponsor Junior Fl us Assistant Financial Suxetaiw Florence Goforth Counselor, Salesman lnp Co-sponsor Y-Teen Junior Class Orville Gregory Physical Education Football Coach Co-sponsor Lettermen 5 Cluh Dan Kzihlr-r Fimiivii, Iiiiilfmx Avi-t:1i.t iwwl' ni' f A il Hi-len Lyons Lzxriiziiziun Sponsor Y-Tw Hoyt Pipvr Matiir-rnatics Sponsor High- Wiliis Rarziaff Bi vlogy Co-sponsor Senior 4 i Student Council Donald Rosch Spvvch, Enf:liSh Dramntics Coach Sponsor Debate Co-sponsor Junior C11 QL. Fil-llv Holm-rtson Edna Xl, lu-:itley llonim-1n:ilN.ng l':ll1IllSh '.i . cjlul. Sin-:is-vi' Assn-nilily Progrzinis Y-Tern to-spiinsor Y-Teen Junior Flziss Marx M. Williams VV. A, Sm-ller lniliistrizil Arts Enkhsh Fo-sponsor Y-Teen - I fo-s onsor Junior Class , P S Soplioinorw: Class Auln 05 Vi itt August Tmllman Journalism, Social Scicnvt Instrumental Music Sponsor Ark Light Sponsor Pep Band Co-sponsor Quill and Scroll ,N .11-M,-,V . -3-I , .""fTT1.:..L,- I A ' ' ' num 1 Q 7'.ff1lJ35f ?aaso7' WI, ' 'ra fo32'M-5 ' "" '- "' in l wrvrrre si., 1 -17.9 ' fm..,.,:. W. Dick Turner Gaye Iden Vocational Agriculture SCi9I1C0 Sponsor F. A, A, Co-sponsor Senior Clat' .,:g,,f F Co-sponsor Sophomore Class xt' gba' Faye Wallack Mathematics, Psychology Sponsor Student Council Co-sponsor Sophomore Class Y-Teen I 2 'ax -s Ng ,Q 1.q.,'.-' as U . Y. ,va ' V , .sax-gm px J Nw 'Q Q 1. Q '-. 1-.PW x Y Q N--...J "",1. Q9 fo-1 5? . A' ai .- gf .- A' 4 ml I af"' 3F ff ,hi ,r 'x :"T :Q- K . 3 9 'QS M13 5 'Y ' 1 I -if ' ! NYE, c-Q . '15, . fi r F s I P i ' i sf fr gi!! ff' 'HN xv XB .ui Nl. 0'1- ! Sb, M fv- lmuzlas Dixon Darrel Fildcs Bill Goldsmith I 'x Otis Vhvadle Jlm Clayton Hal Furtxs K l.L-flue Langley Jamef, May field Gary Pannell Mervul Bruce Charles Bunnell .lame-s 1 hapman Richard Stephey Theodore Woodward Bill Wynd 9 1 xk Marjory Nelson Barbara Richardson, The Senior Vlass of '52 will long rememher the fun they had while attending AFHS. In their junior year they sponsored the Junior-Senior prom, "Moonlight and Rosesng as seniors they edited the MIRROR. While there are a few junior members, the staff for the annual is composed mostly Of seniors. Quite active in all organizations and activities, the upper classmen elected the follow- ing Students as their leaders for '52: Barbara Adams Darlene Denehfield Margaret Gregory Pres. -AA-f J. C. Louderback Vice Pres. - -- Sara Hill Sec. Treas. vw- Donna Waltrip Stud. Coun. - Q- Patricia Casey -. H ,r .v I., f 1 . -: M 1 1- -M -if 1. ' 1-wi, S .9 4 . K ...sm-'l.'5'xjf:1 1 L . 1:1 I'--.' ,..4:v,i:5 x J- -as . " k y' If V L., ,114 , 'E L ' if-' . or JI'-xx, 1- Leia Alexunmlur Shirley Alsip Dwn Arnett Ili-rnizin .-Xriivtt Alice Artlie-rtun YVayne Atkins an ,gay 'CTC' 1,4 ' -- Ixos. ,,. ' -5 as Dwight Ayling . X Q Tom Baird ,,. ' Ili-ii lialstvrr' 4. 'N K Mary Harker ' N -- us K A i J A - K , i Hildegurml liurgkamp Q' 5. . , ' Ilrucv llittlv Q ' ,. Ruger Bowser ' , Phyllis Hoyle I X , Donna Branch 2 A Q f 1 x L 'ls' N D . ' AX ' filfw' ef Mai-via lirittam ,, 5, Q Juan Hruwn 5 Max Brown i Rwyce Brown Duana Bryant , ' i . 'E' fl fix F Phyllis Flash Bill Elrod Estes fx Fearnow Dixie Dickvrman Judy Dillard Celeste Dore Janea Dunlavy Lyle Eaton 5 , s xl W' 1 .0- .ax Darlene Crane Carolyn Fummins Fharlet Cushman Rolwrt Vxaialiiiski Vance Day 5 awgf. J .il 2.6. xi Jim Vhnate- Roland Christensen Joyce Clark R059 fliflord Dizillt' flank Don Burke Patsy BurkharL John Farson Sam Carson Betty Casemuni x , Q w I I, W f i 4- Q 1- s. 6- -.N , I lift. 1 H .x qw! ,, X 1' i L 'ik A I AF Barbara Hr-ad A -vs Bonnie lla-dges , Jerry Helm X" Jcanm- Hvnricksen Harvey' liockenbury Jay llouigrvs Marlenv Gre-Q-nhaw Ronald tiuilinvvr Dwight Hzidllock Shirlf-y lladicke Jack Hale Jerry Fife Betty I-oust Eva Fry Arlene Gilmore .lorry Gotorili , Y4'3" X. ,X , 'Vis Iv ,Q T7 'ef l , 0 Terry llodkin ff xi 'Q 'Q 6 Jvrry llollsenibeak ' ' ' John Hough Nanci' lluuhc-s i. ! 'A 1 . i AAA ' A - Pam lilltvliilisfm - K Shirley IQM-ll , " , Ivan Johnson ' - Marianna Jones X, , t Kenton Kr-mlrick 'fn -. ryfgg.. U f. - Q' N '. Bettie King '- f 2' " H.-mv Kirk 5, w i ' - S8llV Kittrvll . Ks ' Maw Kloxin A. Sus' Lawson A 1 1 x :QA x I L X' ir!! :Av 4 - X x Q 3 2- ' Norma Leach 1 . .' A , 4' Ellefn Long A ,V :I A Bobbie Loyd 3 1 - Q Erma Manney "' , I w Bill Mast i X sim, l ul i , Dan Maltbv 8 N' A 4- 1, Marilvn Maxwell ' - , Erothy IMcFarland " la Mc rvin S, , ,sr k ri Ailene McKee A V F. W 'i S523 xg 'EIS Jim McNeal Barbara Miller Jlm Miller iii hlxa Morrell Bill Naden Shirley Owen Jim Paris Eriliv Parker Elva AlllI'l't'll Wayne Points fs .Q , ,il 'Q 1 .- K , ' 'Rita av'-' .V N- Shirley Powers Ronnie Rziniey Marjorie Ramsey' Dona Reeves Frankie Robinson x , 6 . r 7 1 Q .., . no .. 7. .d 1 is 4 5' , .g K ,. .1 . F 5 . r I x S' X Stfj ' 1 . X l 'v Vonna Robinson ILH4 :. Kenneth R indle Bill Sandeis 0' 'S .- Shirley Shank S' A , Marizaret Shea 'Y f X up .Iorf-no Shurtz Leon Shurtz -' X Jack Slate na Q ' Ronald Sloan Fred Smith " V X .. 1' 1 I . 'S Gary Smith Q 1'-3 f- ' " ' s Neale Smith 0 15 ' L- ' 1 Harold Spahr in ' Jo Ann Sparks t , tw, I Mary Sparks i f Y 1 f' f il X If f 1 f Donna Stacy f- 'Q ' Flora Staley 5 - l , - - Norma Steiner ' 1' ' C Illene Teter '- , Cookie Thomnson . - 4 5 P ll lvl' N Leon Turner 1 Q 1 N Janice Upson , s Q I Don Vannoy ' G 1" 7' Q3 Ruth Vickroy ' - Y V-I Jerry Wailfioner l ' I t l , X Donna Wells H. uv Chester Westbrook , Marilyn Weston 1 P 2 ' Lois Widner 1 if ' Donna Winton Q .li Q ' fl 5' Allison Whitaker V ' .. - Fred White Fred Wilson 3 15. - 1 3 K' L, Y' i . - . 'T G51- ' 1 f QS 2 2: f-- ,sn Jun Krffut Wziyrin- Wzililvnmziicr Hill xxvflfldg V A -OF ', i R lk! Early iii Sviiivriilwr ine Junior Vlziss liplfl a :tiring election of officers. Jiiiiiwrs. ymi will lung rf-nie-nilacr the- stiiil--nts 1-li-Cted to sffrvv you for the vwir lliit Ullll'l'4 will ii--val zi rvniiiiilcr, Tha' following studu-nts came out on iof, to receive thi- fulluwiiig ullicus. Prvsicli-nt Fred VVolf Vice- Pri-s. ,, Dwight Ayling Sl'C.'TI'l'llS. Norma Stvirier Stud. Voiin. Rep. . . , Ronald Curkins Jun. Assem. Chairman , Y, .Y..,,. Marjory Ramsey N .f-N, 'Xy' ,r J X xtziyll :rn Bend Fltjfsics L' 0 OO X Q, 3: gf O Q XJ Q Q J. D. Arnett Rita Baker Patricia Barker Darla Baumgaidner Anna Bishop 'R . an l 3' --4 -Mil 1. mf, .aa 3" ,, Q,-N 0- ,,... T 4 'y '-5 , , S f f' - S' v is -Q AI frxqa if W X A I 1' I f F 4 kxrfx " t Q Bill Bishop Terry Blackshere Richard Blandy Mavis Bolte Jackie Borror owl'- z 'V in ,, fx: L' 'J Y "' - ZH if Barbara Boswell Beverly Boswell Tom Bossi Richard Bowen Ann Rowles H1 . ui My-wma Bowser 'R 4. "' Betw Bratchex dn. Fharlotte Foust Bena Brewer Louise Brock 5 Barr Bullard Virginia But:-her Johnny Carter bondra Chalfant Parol T ee Lhaplm David Lircle Q Gerald Llark 0 Donna May Look Jim Latep Dale Evans Shirley Flick Helen Joan Ford B lly Pay Foust Mary Agnes lfrancouer lx an Roger Fultz lane Gates W Sue Gibson Paula Cralg Kenneth Czaplinski "' -.1 Shirley Dale Maudle Daulton Tommv Davis Darlene Dickson Daphne Dillard Rosa Lea Dixon Q. T' 'T as ' Jig 5 i,. .X 1 H' , ,, . .Nix .5 , ,. JN ,V -xi lf' ,LZ 4 'Ye ,, 6- A V ' V 8 j X Q S x ,I YA . f. x J K Jw, H A ku 1' 1. ' PM . . . A A Q 1 .5 .L it .A ' . 1' ' .sw L-x a 5 X. 1 . 1 b 1' W K A B Q ' , 1 'f 1 , e 'S 5' Y, ' " lf' 7 I .. . , . B 5 ' y A ' X , .i N 'Q v ' is 4 , Q ' ' 'Zi 'lr' -5' J ' a- , ' 6 a- ' Q LX ' n -A f - 4' l 5 J 1 5 . , 1 ' i , nf". " I' J .1 N . ff -e an -J ' '1 if , . ,L I .. - . T" , X ' fy A ?""':P- ' ' it n' I ,Liv ,f W ,' l ti .fu A ' . - life- ' 1 ,Q i L A fx I . , , l J l W 1 i' R73 21. r I c dui, ssh? v . l , , King' Gllligrirv .V -A Vollvzin Graham 4+ 'i f' Vat Gr:-en "W Ruliliy hrs-eriwriod A Dlkilll' yiii, A x X , -fa., , 3' Marilyn llantla A .' Q. Q Dvllwrt Harris Y' Ann Hines ' h Elaine Hockenbury 1 S Jfirvne iif,.-iq.-nliury , . , , 5 2 ii x 1 fi x Y - .i -as H ,- . A ' Fharlenf- llwildreclge ' ,L I -- is Nancy Hiillis I af' -gr Rhoclema llollowel Ronnie llfiiiilek or K .A Sue- Iluffrnan I Q fic- v, 5 K N . ze' Dora Hull . i 4 4" " Lois Jacfilis - Glen Jennings Warren .Tunes lx '- ' mil' K.-i-if 4 A Y X x N xi , L, . il , i f, . Maris- Kee-fe ' - Larry Kemper X , 15 . Fuvlw Ke-iidriclf ' if Giirrlzin Lzifk 1 " i Jenn l.zu'qiim-ment I " i Q , 'iz 'l Bvliy' Lamb 1 ' .A Shirley Lzimk , t .Iuhn Lung Mziruie Lang EQ Q- Peggy Joy Lawson va-vi I Rzirhara Lazelle Mitzi Lechner Billy Le Masters Paul Lesh Helen Louise Lewis i F Q is 1 I l Q L T 5 Joe Lewis Sara Lord Kathryn Louderback Karlcen Mason Robert Martin Niles Phil Mitchell Joe Moore Donna Mosier Margaret Murrah 1 Roberta Meth mon ' 3? ,. T s Mary Jeanne McKee 't S M. 4 ' Mary Ellen McKerraker Q "' ii- ,, Nettie McKnignt ' - ' , Jacqueline North ' 2 F i 1 z ' a L0 ' Ov f l' ' in uise er e L 7 ' Bea Owens R , . G X i A Warren Palmer , ' ' - " 4' Wilma Joan Palmer f-- - le -be X L Shirley Pannell 'l N, J 4 ,Ry at ' v ,. I it . 'fi 577.4 ffl. 4 'iff Toni Parmley Berkiie Pericc Eugene Pickering - Marilyn Plush v Bill Purvis Q no 5 'N vi -. ' ,Y J, 45.16 'T' f 1 fpfii '15 -A ff W' ' ' Y X xv. ,A W A all A' 4 0'-'G "i, i 4, t, Dx .fs Geraldine Smith Mike Smith Young Snodgrase "r Caryl Staley at new ?' 1 .. John Stapp X' I-I, Jean Stockton Barbara Stone 73 4. Q-'J ' Shirley Joan Thompson Alvin Stout Janice Thomas Roy Thornton Charles Trenary Sandra Trout Norma Vickroy Janice Waggonor f. 3+ Bill Rakestraw Jerry Reeves C' 9 4 4 s lf if 'Tj A- '21 A " ' qi gg, 'y in Joanna slimfqrd up A v-.1 Barbara Reinking . . N Bill Roberson gp M. Richard hllCh ' ' , ' 0 we 3 ,MIA ' , ' X' Aa, , Jovce Rusxt William Sartin ,. . Rita Mae Schammahorn Q Helen Jeanette Scruirizs Dan Sean Don Shanks 3 4 fe -N .N Jimmv Sherbon .. V ,N ' Shirley Simpson Q . -4- Jon Siner 1 A , Q. , fs V N- Q SJ T. -Il lf- ,. x m N f-. gint' X, O sl A "' V Q3 ... C' 9 8 u I A V K ffl 1 HWS 'Q ' 'x lI'Nlli YY:1l.li-ri'r:1 I 'f f w- ' ll1'lllllS Wzildfirf Q f f ' ' i .Ii-rru' Waltrip v C Ilicvlfii Xlliilsllll K X' j ' Naiiri' W'1"Y"ff! 1 Ti' :I u , I I 3 2 L' 'S , Jiri. XK',X1fui ,i "1 Chit wmv 'Y ' V Q lilizailimlx Wllmm. v " ' , l'm'kx' ulllvwll ' Q l X Sm nnifvni T I 1 - , Mzirlvne Young rn l p w 2 ' ' s K HHAXIIQ' 'Wxlsfin " '. "5 " Jay Woodard q " Jvrrv Zim-mer l . ' . f , 'W - 1 ig ' I, M . N 2,5 i i 9- In Memory of Margie Lee Lang Born: April 20, 1936 Died: January 5, 1952 ilvcfo 'imphumrvrc-9, the other lwo classes wow really proud of your lfiadvrs lx lliilY'f'1v1'vlSl'!l2lll'.f'N in xi-liwl llwwi-wr 11 ff-w nvvcl a rvminder of whom you d tu thexe fulw sw nmylm thv folluwing list will holp. X l1l'4'Xl4lQ"lt Rmwif- llfvidvk Vim--yvrs-4. Miko Smith Sw.-Ti'vz1s. .lzmv Culvs Stand, Vmiri. llwp. David Vircle Fuyvh Asxwwi Vluiirriizin Ami llivzvf Sopli, Y-Te-'ri fliliiiin-I Hop. Bc-'svrly Boswell Q, , . jx-vf ' 'Ali' '3- Y A fb . pmt" A' - , - -is .. - - -5. Q ,wig - ,af x A -gg , a 5 I I W A .E Q C Y K UC. 1 A 1 9' f Q - I' ' P ' ' ' -- I U, .' 11 QU If fp. , n , ,x F , ' L if I lf' , 4:--,ff-1 "-f : wr.-'x w : , "' 5 z W-V 'A .gn w if , Q 5 x Q . 1' x i .aim I A " ' in a 6 35 ww M M, -4 . 1 -. ., Q ' ,- g , 5 A mag .QV 0 - I' "lk, y A- ., 3' A 1- ' ,... i Qi, ,. , , : Tx 22 gg? E Mk T' "gig Q: I' J , 1 1- ' A ',f,', ,. ,, T' A" 15 1 A X .QT 1 ,A f A Gi- 5' 'ek ,W if ii rf? M my A A up 0' gl, 2 .. .'.. . ,M f '4 2 AE ' .km l'm'16"99 x 'mf-al ff. ,M gf. 1, ,r 'eq Officers. Seated: Vice-President Dennis Stover, President Gary Parker. Secretary Patsy Casey. Standing, Finance Chairman Peggy Linch, Social Chairman Phyllis Hill. STUDENT COUNCIL is an organization in which students can present ideas for the improvement of our school. The representatives from each conference and school organization discussed various activities. Projects included: sportsmanship improvement, revision of "Bulldog Tactics", sending clothing to Koreans, sending money and clothing to our adopted war orphan in Belgium. sponsoring socials and noon recreation, and planning all school parties. This group elected an assembly program committee and conducted certain all school elections. Bottom row Kermit Ferrell. John Stapp, Jerry Hollemheak, Gary Parker, Duane Anstine, Ronald Corkins. Dennis Stover, Wallace Fry. Middle row: Frank Bossi, Dixie Dickerman. Joleen Shurtz, Peggy Linch Dorellis Brown, Elsie Hamilton, Mrs. Wallack, Mr. Hanson, Mr, Ratzlaff. Top row Wayne Hayes. Patsy Casey, Phyllis Hill, Georgia Mae Elwick, Don Neal, Mildred Reinking. Daphne Dillard, Joyce Clark, David Circle. Not pictured Coleen Morris, Joy Werneke, Dick Watson, Ronnie Sloan Eugene Fitzgerald, Jean Stockton, Ross Sherwood. 1 in il.-rl, Peggy l.lllt'll Si-cz, Mildred lieiiiking l'rLs 1 in biiiamt 4 hr, Standing, Betty Orr Stunt Chr., Pauline Lesh N ice Pres and Linda W heat as Publicity Chr. PEI CLLB THE PEP CLUB is a group of sports enthus- iasts who forcefully back the team as well as perform numerous other jobs. This group marched every morning at 8 a. m. to prac- tice the snappy drills for half-time perform- ances during Football season. From the corps of 104, 32 were selected to march dur- ing Basketball season during the half. Mr. Judd as sponsor chose Phyllis Hill as Head Cheerleader and Jeanette Giles as Majorette of the Pep Vluh. The Officers were elected by the Club. Other projets include decorating goal posts, running the concession stand at all games, being in charge of Pep Assemblies, marching in the Arkalalah parade, assisting in the Community chest drive, the crowning of our Football Queen, and presenting the Queens with royal gifts. Jeanette Giles Bottom rovi Sara Hill. Donna McGuigan, Peggy Linch, Pauline Lesh Phyllis Hill Mildred Reinking, Linda Wheat, Betty Orr, Sue Woodard, Elouise Kahler Middle rovn Coleen Morris, Jeanette Shaffer, Edna Hansen, Sophia Kane- lakos Karen Christie, Maryha Avery, Bonnie Pancake, Marjory Nelson Top row Rachel Olvera, Jessie Coburn, Donna Carter. Mavis StocktonSara Gilbert Rose Wright, Letha Mclrvin, .ionna uuzzi, Monm Rae Bullard sg es Xiggyffve Fri? VT .1 6 'wg msg? V -iv., "' X fs'WC . 7 , - 'Q E 1 Qi '. x it as x ur m ' 1 T I . A A- X' ...Q A. A 3 L4 ff' 3 'hw' A 9 .': WW" LW A 12,2 J ,J , " .- -, , , . 1 .v N . gg Aix mA Aff , ' fl, s 'Y K' 'xc f J- ,- 1?3 r T f -A 7' fs.. .J ...W .if 4 ., 1 l,. ' K 3 ,I D , "' iv lv 3 ax 7 Q ' Q ik 1 E- Q ' .. A Q A t 8 F 'As M ff? ai ' 5 5- .3 fi ' xr l,.,.' .v n ip ' R. .xi Bottom row Program Chairman Sara Hill, President Dorcllis Broun Sec retary-Treasurer Jean Kivett. Middle row Barbara Richardson, Helen Bittle John Carson Ann Dore Lucille Hanson. Top row Lawrence Stover, Dennis Stover, Cene Cramer Not pictured Vice President Peggy Trent, Project Co Lhairmen Rachel Olvera and Dorothy Slaven. QUILL 8: SCROLL, the international honor- ary society for high school journalists, was organized for the purpose of encouraging and rewarding individual achievement in journal- ism and allied fields. Membership in the society may be secured only through a local chapter. Members of Quill and Scroll must be chosen from students enrolled in high school who, at the time of their election meet the following requirements: They must be at least a junior and in the upper third of their class, they should have done superior work in some phase of journalistic or creative en- deavor and must be recommended by their supervisor. The Oscar Stauffer chapter con- sisted of ten senior high students and eight junior college students. HI Y Members Bottom row Pres. Kathy lreland, w Y H ' Middle- row Mavis Stockton, Sue Ul'l'll lulib lem- Na-ls-in, Janice l7 rson. Svc. Da Treas, Freddie Wilson. L1-la Mclrvin. Lawson, Pre-s. Lawrence Bush. Caro- Vivrle llrool-is. l Top row I.inda Wheat. Student Council Gem- Fitzgerald. Pauline Lesh, V. Pres. lfwrl Smith. Bonnie Pancake. Dan Maltbv. Y-Tvvii is a lln-li Scilmii branch of the world vidv Young Wornen's Christian Association. All lilfl mf-mlwrs hzixe il -jolt to do in the Com- mittop they 4-hoost-. Committees are: pro- gram. tinance. social. publicity. service. music, and membership, Some of the projects wt-ri-, sending cliot-olate bars overs:-as. bak- ing cookies for lla-art Sister Week and contri- bution to World Fellowship Fund, also they present the Y-Teen - lli-Y Carnival every alternate spring. At the fall conference in Sedan our group received the gold sm-al which is the highest award given. Hi-Y is a High School branch of the Young Mens Christian Association. This group of 50 boys, strives to create, maintain, and ex tend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. This group sold ACHS pencils and car tags, pre sented Hi-Y - Y-Teen Carnival for a money raising project and made a contribution to the fund for rehabilitation of war-torn YMCA groups. This year prominent busi ness men of our city spoke at the bi-monthly meetings giving the boys and inside view of "after school years in the business world Q I . . ,neo V s ' i 9 Y l . . , - M Bottom row Artest Bradlzcrry Jr.. Jerry Goforth, Frcd Wilson. Jerry Fife, Jerry Waltrip, Gary Bakr-r, Tom Baird. Bill Keck. Leon Peters, Gordon Lack. .Iohn Carson, Sam Carson, Mr. Piper, sponsor. Middle row: Gene Fitzgerald, Jim Miller, Jerry Barker, Wayne Atkins, Bob Green, Dan Maltby, Lawrence Rush, Dave Ralston, Charles Watson, Bucky Wilson, Victor Hays, Bill Goldsmith, Top row: Don Burke, Larry Kemper, Ronnie Sloan. Harold Spahr, Henry Kirk. Wayne Davis, Gary Parker, Ronald Guilinger, Kermit Ferrell, Fred Smith, Dwight Ayling, Ira White, Jerry Ziegler, Richard Ruch. lil 9 Bottom rowvt lla-lvn Tlilllo INOIQHY1. l:f11l1"f- lwxli li111fl:1 VM it l+th1Xl1l1x111 P11111 H11 tll Middle- 1-nw: Sllll'il'V llqulicla Ilflllll Ill T111 hill. Kzitlix Ilvlilllli, Patsy Burkhart X111 im un 111 I1111ie lp n Dixie I111-Lf-1'1n:111. Top mu: ll11z111z1 llrvnnt. lllnm Te or 1 1 R x 0 lmm Fink le r Helms. Tvrry llfulkin. li1n11 annu nu llu ir Rzinwew. Jvziiirte iiQ'll1lI'lK'kSf1ll Bottom row Carolyn Cummim Que Lawqon 'ihirly l-xbell lorry Waggener Bonnie Hedges, Judy Dillard Marv Que Barker Leia Mclrun Middle row Jolene Shurtz, Donna Winton Barbara Millcr Betty Foust Marcia Brittain, Iola Hilderbrand Flora Stilr-y Romona Qtrop Top row Marianna Jones. Rows Clifford Qhir y lowers Bobbie Loyd, Sally Kittrell, Donna Wells Marv Suarka '7 14 Tiottmn rmv: Sue lluflmrm. Kitfvn l,m1fli-rliacl-4, Gail White, Shirley Flick, 'Nl' I" Nlrli i'irfllf'l'111liIl l'i1 l' nh I . fl x . VU, 2 2 H , I :Z "0 '. Miilllli- ww: Blwsis llfilti-, Sainllrzi 'l'i'-im, l1zu'lmi'a RL-iiiking, Rosa Lea llixmi. llqwlium llfifwvll. 'lily' i'fiv.'i l'a'1lai liailz. Sondra 1'halI'zint, Dizmc Guyot, Daphne Dillard, Marilyn Vlubh, Elaine liuckenbury. ,' . V- - . l,n.'1-in ww: .I1-iw limi, Nu' Xhlsmi. l:1i'lo5'n Stzilvy Hvvf-rly Ruswvll. f'liurli-m- llnllliwilgv, Sliirlvy l':innvll, Joan l.zwquf-iiivnt, Donna Cook Miiifily rliwj Imrlzi HIlllllHIJ1l'Illlt'Y', .lrirvno llfwk-Anliiiry. louise Ovz'-rffwlt, Mitzi- l,e'm'liiivr,.lm1ri Fmwl, Hu'-ln Km-mlrick, Luis Jacobs, Virginia Butcher, Nancy hv1'lllXVUI'lll. Top row: lxlZll'll'llt' Young, Kzirlvnv llairshzill, Ann llinvs, flflllllllll Samford, Jackiv N-vrth. Annu l-Iixlif-11, Iloniizi liiw-xwix Marilyn lluntla if ig, 1 I E .Ig db 1 g l fllilflegp E .Elll'l i flf, s Q ! i' ,- LL-'CL ',L-ul 41 Q F. F. . FFA-is associated with the National Future Farmers of America. The Chapter has held all four degrees of active membership, "Greenhand," "Chapter Farmer," "State Farmer," and "American Farmer." This group of 60 boys is active and self-support ing, having sponsored trips to the Hutchin- son State Fair, the State Convention, fer- tilizing programs, machinery repair, and other things in this line. W. Dick Turner is the sponsor of this group. Officers were, President Don Hunt, Vice President Jim Reeves, Secretary Jim Warren. Treasurer Bob Wilson, Reporter Gerald Mullet, Sen- tinel Lyle Eaton, Student Council Represen- tative Ross Sherwood. rinters uiltl i . f v Bottom row W. Dick Turner, advisor, Ora Lee Ball, Lyle Eaton, Gerald Mullet, Bob Wilson, Jim Reeves. Don Hunt, Jim Warren, Alfred Kloxin. Roger Morris, Albert Marshal. Second row Robin Kunkle, James Webb, John Blass, Gary Ham, Dan Gose, Jerry Reeves, Richard Christian, Gary Dowler, Garryl Hutchins, Gary Barton, Dennis Waldorf. Norman Foiles. Third row Silas Foiles, Gene Ziegler. David Thompson, Bud lVlcCamon, Gene Laingor, Stanley Johnson, Bill Arnett, Wayne Davis. Don Arnett. Robert, Slaven, Dean Gregory. Ralph Keefe, lvan Fulty. Back row Max Kloxin, Wayne Pool, Junior Voggins, Louis Sherwood. Robert Van Schiver, Tom Baird, Larry Kemper. Alvin Stout, Bill Sim- mons, Dwight Haddock. Wallace Fry. Duane Arnett. Bill Mast. Bill Naden. Jerry Estes, Bill Pudden. The Printers Guild is a school organization for those who have special interest in Print- ing. A person must have two years in Print- ing with a "B" average before he is allowed to join. Each year the Guild sponsors a Blot- ter Contest around the iirst of the year in memory of Benjamin Franklin and Print- ing Education Week. Also, each year the Guild sponsors an intramural basketball tournament in which the first three teams are given trophies. The aim of the Printers Guild is to learn and better the processes of Printing. The Guild also has a Photography Lab in which the members develop and enlarge their own film. Bottom row: Charles Trenary, Fred Wilson, Jerry Goforth, Bob Watson. Middle row: Young Snodgrass, Ronald Corkins, Jim Herr, Mr. A. F. Buffo Top row: Jerry Ziegler, Wayne Hays, Warren Palmer, Dennis Stover Richard Rnrh. 2 all ,fm-4 r""' ! -. -ji lull Bottom row: Iioyer Iiiowser. f'li:trlt-s "I'rvn:ir3', Ravinontl Mayfield, Fred Wilson. .Ierry Gofrotli. liill tioltlsniitli. I.ef n le-ters Second Ziegcltir row: Iiiiifem- l'ir'kerim:. Gareth Ifaum, Ronald Corkirs, Jerry ' Iltrr Ivb Wat on ,Jim -:it as . Third row: Young Snotlgrass. XVaj.'r1e Ilays, Ernie Hartman. Richard Ruch, Ili-nnis Stow-r, Mr. A, I". Iluffo. Top row: Roy 'I'IioI'tun, Jim Maxwell, Bob Green, Warren Palmer, Bill Bishop The EDITORIAL STAFF prepared the material for the bi-monthly publication of the Ark Light. Members of the second se- mester staff were: Editor Dennis Stover, Assistant Editor Barbara Richardson, News Editor Kena Lea Gilliland, Assistant News Editor Bob Watson, Junior High News Edi- tor Jerome Brillhart, Feature Editor Helen Bittle, Amistant Feature Editor Rachel Olvera, Co-Sports Editors Kenneth Gilmore and Wayne Hayes, Staff Rt-porters: Gary Pannell, Lela Mclrvin, Gene Trenary, Phyl- lis West. Members of the Business Staff were: Business Manager Sara Gilbert, Ad- vertising Manager Loraine Burk, Adver- tising Salesmen Dick Cook and Jim Morris. The ARK LIGIIT PRODUCTION STAFF has the important job of printing our school paper every two weeks. The "big four" of the staff with their assistants, are kept busy from one publication to the next. To be qual- ified for a position on the staff a member must have two years of printing. This year there were twenty-seven members on the staff, The "big four" consisted of Production Manager Jim Herr, Linotype Foreman Wayne Hayes, Press Foreman Eric Cramp- ton, Make-Up Foreman Fred Wilson. Bottom row Bobbie Dowell, Sara Gilbert, Kena Lea Gilland, Barbara Richardson. Helen Bittle. Top row Gene Trenary, Bob Watson, Dennis Stover, Jerome Brillhart Danny Livingston. -e' mrs Klee President l-'rank liossi. In-esment 1, . 1 ' ? Q 2 ' s ' I I i f f i l i f 1 .1 , at A A K A l 0 0 o 1 4 f v L X .V 5 ' - P lx ' h r T Bottom row Phyllis West. Y. l'r-s Slate Slot-ktoiz, .inn ll.:ns. ll: il Di-iielilitlci. Se-t'..v'l're:is. l'n-vsp' l,ins'li, l'res. liarlene llrooks, lxiltn Christie. boplna lxzirielaikos. .lane t-ates, Sara tiilliert, llarlnara liichaic Ark Light Reporter llortllis lirotun. Middle row Iiarlsnln Ilosvvell, xiii-,-.nm llntelwr. .Ianiee Waggoner, oi-4 Jacobs. Peggy .loy Laxvson. Nlarilyn llantla. Mavis lioltc, Nutty Wentworth. Kay tjilniore, lleverly llosxvell, .lean liaequernient, .It inne Ilentlrieksen T 1 3 oi row liena l'5i'cKver. Ann lloules, Daphne Dillard. lfrnia Lee Man lam Hutchinson, Anna llishop, Jaefineline North. t'harlene llolilru 1, Terrv Ilotlkins. Illene Teter. .loyee linst, Blarjorie Ramsey Bettie Ki Student tfouncil Rep. Mildred Reinkjng. nov llllflllftfll, G. A. A., Kansas Girls' Athletic Associa- tionywas organized to build character and to develop skill in indoor as well as outdoor sports. Membership is open to girls who are interested in sports. The group met at the Auditorium Gym each Monday with their sponsor Miss PI. J. Davis. Letter awards were given to those who earned the required num- ber of points during the school year. This group of forty planned chili-feeds. hikes and picnics. l'lion:ns. 'l'acasni'ei' .l. P. Londerliaek latternians Vlnli is eomposed of athletes who have lettered in any luraneh of AVHS sports: football, lvasketliall, tennis, track. or golf. Ini- tiation and eleetion of tffietr' is held vieh fall F 'S . 'c 1 . e twenty-tive members ot' Lettermans Vlulu elected as their m2 ot't'icers: President, Don Neal: X ic ' 'eel resident, lfrank llossi 1 Secretary-Treasurer. Clary Thornas: and Student t'onneil Representa- tive. J, V. lmialerlraek. Don Neal. Secretary fficers hgn 1, .N A1 u x 4 f 'R 1 Ya? P' 1' Slim". , 3861: Center front, Majorette Phyllis Giles. Twirl- ers from left to right, Margaret Murrah. Dorothy Hedges, head twirler Barbara Circle. Sandra Chalfant . J hy. Seniors Duane Anstine, Alan Austin, Marietta Boswell, Vernon Brceden, Jerome Brillhart, Darlene Brooks, l.avvm-renee Bush, Jn-ff Farol, Patsy Fast-y, Kay Cuff:-lt, Charlene Fhavlin, Barham-a Virclo-, Richard Firclv, Whales Voultf-r. Donna Cowafliivi. Eric Vramptoii, Hal Vurtin, Phyllw Clilm, Dorothy lim-sig:-s, Phyllis llill, Kathy Ire! land, Jim Jones, Liu-hlan Kelly, Richard Maug, Joyce Mills, Barbara Richardson, Ross Sherwood, John Shirley, Donn: Waltrip, Holm Vfatson, Phyllis W1-st. Juniors Dwight Ayling, Bruce Battle, Joan Hrnwn, Jim Fhoate, Dixie- Dickerman. Ker- mit Ferrell, Jack Hale, Ivan Johnson, Ill-nry Kirk, Lesh-r May, Ailc-ne McKee, Harvey Mcford, Shane Moore, Jim Nil-hols, Jim Paris, Marnm-in Robertson, Leon Shurtz, Fred Smith, Allison W'hitAkel', Fra-il XVolf. Sophomore-s Darla Baumgardns-r, Terry Blacksherrc. Barbara Boswell, Beverly Ilos- well, Ann Bowls, Sondra Fhalfant, Varol l,4-4' fhaplin, David f'll'flf'. R058 LN' Dllfm. Daphna Dillard, Shirley Flick, .lane Gates, Bobbie Greenwood, Diane Guyot, Delbert Harris, Ann Hines, Ronnie lloudck, Sur- Huiman, Billy Keck, Margie Ylang, Paul L1-sh, Phil Logan, Mary .lcanhv McKee, Phil Mitchell, Margaret Murrah, Jacqueline North, Tom Parmlcy, Berkliv Pe-rico, Bill Purvis, Bill R?ikf'StY8V, Bill Robertson, Joyce Rust, Jimmy Sherbon, Jon Siner, John Stapp, Jimmy W'eston. ACHS' BAND, in their eighty-three green and gold uniforms played at games. assemlmlif-s. and on paradr-Q. The Band met for practice on Mondays, Wednesdays and alternate Fridays. Practice is held at 8:00 a. m. in the fall to prepare drills for the half-time entertainment at Football frames. The calendar of out of town trips read: September 15-the Blackwell Fair, September 19-annual trip tn the Hutchinson State Fair, October ll found the group at the Sedan Fair. Thi- Rand made an appearance in Guthrie, Oklahoma in the spring. Prom a group of six, Phyllis Giles was elected Band Majorette. Mr. Trollnian. director, chose llarhara Virclc as Head Twirler. Officers were: Pres. Kathleen Ireland, V. Pres. and Student Direc- tor Jimmy Jones. Sec. Phyllis Hill. Stags- Managers Fri-d Smith and Fred Wolf, Librarians. Ailene McKee and Joan Tannahill, Student Council Rep. Georgemae Elwick. gn Xl ilk lll I lll NIR.-X tLIllnlSlll.g iii' tiftv ini-mliers, xiir-wt for !'L'l'll'l'Fill3 in dai ind :iltf'rn:1Yr1 lfrillziys 'lihv 4irf'liv'sYr:i plzivi-rl ifir li in ucli iilnj. s, Ihr' oiiwiwttai at ilu- All City Spring Aluslfl 1 il lV1lfl'lfX irromilunwd thi- sinyf-rs :it the ninete-enth presr-mation 4 i Qrliilfll rnizsivnl irsirwiiiliiis uri' prvvn our on l-find vi will i li. ,Q 1 In niii' mn' iii' tlii- ii.s1i".rnoii!:il yriliii s. Thi' liurirl il Hrilil Iii ilui hi 4, xi big pivnic in tlie- lute spring. Mr. Tiwllniaii rr t is ,ia ii, Ufiuc-rs wen-1 Pri-s. Lawrance Bush. V, Pres. If-f 4 iff t lYii'i-1-for Fri-ri Wulf. Svc' and liilirzzrian Alim- i 1 uw in 'cis lim Faris ainll llicliuiwl Klum: and Slllfllil-L Ciiuncil Seniors Duane Anstinc-, Alan Austin, Vernon Breedon. Jerome Brillhurt, Darlene Brooks, Dfirellis Brown, Lawrence Bush, Jeff Carroll, Patsy Fawy, Barbara Firrlv, Richard Circlv, Charlene Chaplin, Kay Coffelt, Charles Coulter, Geurgemae Elwick, Donna Cowardin, Eric Crampton, Hal Curtis, Phyllis Giles, Dorothy Hedges. Phyllis Hill. Kathy In-land, Jimmie- Jones, Lachlan Kelley, Richard llilnag, Joyci- Mills, Bar- bara Rivhardsun, Joan Tannahill, Donna Waltrip, Phyllis West. Juniors Herman Arnett, Dwight Ayling, Bruce Biffle, Joan Brown, Jim Choate. Dixie Dickerman, Kermit Forrell, Ivan Johnson, Henry Kirk, Ailene McKee, Shane Moore, Jim Nichols, Jimmy Paris, Leon Shurtz, Aillisrm Whitaker, Fred Wolfr, Frr-d Smith. Sophomore-s Terry Blackshcrv, Darla Baumirardnf-r, Barbara Boswell, Bm-vc-rly Bos- wr-ll, Ann Bowles, Sondra Chalfant, David Circle, Bob Fox, Rosa Lea Dixon, Ann Hines, Pc-guy Lawson, Mar-gan-t Murrnh, Geraldine Smith, Gail White, Ann Williams. HANDFI Q 'XII' YSIAH under the dlrcctmn of f'harleQ Hmchee md August Trollman vnu presented at the Audxtorlum Gymnasium on De cember 16 Thls nlntsvnth annual plus ntltlon mu xung to the publlc by School Orchestra Guest 'iolmstg vmre Qopmno Wlrx Newton f' Smith Fontralto WIN Marjorle Thomdx Puller Tenor 'Nh' kenneth H Judd and Bass Mr Wllllam S Fuller ,Y ' ' l x Q A 1 Z the Guestlsololsts and a chorus of 150 voices acdolnpanieri by the High P . fx ,I Exkaf' VM, , LH 1:13 . e . wwf , Ns I U 5 "' rw 'W Q1 I Football Q6 V I 9 A Ernie Hartman Sr T' Don Hefiin Sr T' .T. C. Louderback Sr QB' Max Marsland Sr T' Jim Maxwell Sr E' Bobbie Watson Sr G' Don Neal Sr HB' Dean Owen Sr C' Gary Thomas Sr HB' Melvin Tipton Sr E' Bob Williams Sr FB' Rex Cypert Sr T' Frank Bossi Sr G' Jay Hodges Jr E' Fred Smith Jr T' Chuck Watson Jr G' Jerry Hollembeak Jr FB' Dave Ralston Jr T' Harvey Hockenbury Jr HB. Humbert Kincaid Jr QB Don Cox Jr HB Bill Woods Jr C' Jan Chapman Soph QB' Tommie Davis Soph E' Y 4 .' 'V In the '51 lidlifters at Coffeyville, Coach Orville Gregory's Bulldogs blasted the Golden Tornado, 32- 21, in a high scoring duel. The Canine line play was superb, as they repeatedly ripped gaping holes in the Coffeyville forward wall. Against Chilocco the Arks were sluggish as they staggered to a 19 to 6 win over the Indians. All hands were up and ready for this one but it was to be the last time for quite a while. In the first league encounter at El Dorado Don Neal suffered an ankle injury on the first play. Later in the second quarter, Gary Thomas was hurt. The slack was partially taken up by Hernandez, Estep, and Trent: but the Wildcats rolled to a 47-2 victory. The following week the Bulldogs fell before a strong Wichita North team 25-0. The Arks showed great improvement over the preceeding week, but North simply had too many horses. On October 19 the Canines traveled north to meet their arch rivals, the Winfield Vikings. The Bull- dogs ran wild until they neared scoring territory. Twice they were stopped inside the Vike 10 yard stripe. Louderback's TD in the opening stanza was to no avail as the Vikings swept the contest 13-7. A blocked punt in the first quarter sealed the Arks doom in the Wellington fracas. Don Neal again was sidelined as the Crusaders squeezed out a 15-14 win over the luckless Bulldogs. The following Wednesday, Ark City was trampled by the mighty Wichita East Blue Aces 53-0. The Canines fumbled six times in the mud and sub- freezing temperature. Four of these fumbles were turned into East touchdowns. Next time out the Newton Railroaders railroaded the locals right into undisputed possession of the league cellar, with a frigid 15 to 6 win on Curry Field. The season finale went pretty much as the others. The Arks tallying first and then falling before the deluge of Salt Hawk touchdowns. fAll in all the Bulldogs didn't do quite as well as was expected, aside from the good showing at Cof- feyville. The failure of the line to measure up to pre-season expectations was the main trouble maker. At the close of the season 24 boys were awarded letters by Coach Gregory. There were 13 seniors, six juniors, and five sophomores. J. C. Louderback and Frank Bossi were chosen honorary captains. Both were outstanding ballplayers. Louderback was the starting quarterback, while Bossi held down a guard position. , I l , i . ng. of ' .1 Jim Estcp Soph HB' Boniface Hernandez Soph HB' Phil Mitchell Soph G Joe Moore Soph C Berklie Perico Soph E Lloyd Trent Soph FB' Dick Watson Soph C Don Shanks Soph C Bill Roberson Soph T Jay Woodard Soph E Bucky Wilson Soph QB Raymond Chapman Soph T Bill Steckman Soph E Melvin Mzhickteno Soph T Irvin Wahlenmaier Soph HB John Williams Soph E Jim Weston Soph G Tony Tipton Soph HB John Bazil Soph G Homer Brady Soph E Wesley Hickey Soph C John Hodges Soph G ' Denotes Lettermen 1 7 iii 'fv 'YN' A, Y E1 wig is Q3 45,05 -we-w...w,:::f.7,,,,, 3 4 , , FOOTBALL SQUAD Front row un qtuszut Pnl X It on Bukln P11110 C415 Thoma Don Nea Dav1d Raliton ChdTIlS W xtwn Don Hmfhn T15 Hod1,os Frnn Hartman Jan Chapman J1m Maxwell Rox 'Vhrslaml Tom Bowl Don qhanks Loyd Trent Jzrrx H1lle11h1ak Jlm I' tsp Roy Vkooddrd Tom Davw Lorenzo NIBFLIYHZ Bon1faceHer11dn4lez B111 Vkood J F Ioudmrbail-1 Rex ypvrt Dr-an Ovunx Punk Bo 1 Nhlun Tlpton and Phll Nlltchell Wot Present Bob wllllillll Humbcrt k1nc.11d and H1rwoy Hodunhury Second row Thlrd row CO CAPTAIN J C Loud:-rback CO CAPTAIN Frank Bossl Foffeullle Fhllocco 6 Fl Dorado 47 W1ch1ta North 25 W1nf1eld 12 Wellmgton 15 W1ch1ta Fqgt 5? 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I .- , .1 2 f . si I " ,B I A x Ronnie- Hfuufivk, Snphu 22 Supl! .26 fill Tunmlin- lmvis, Snph., 345 'hm Vhapnmn' S"f'h" 28 Richard Ulllllllp, Soph., 23 Davis, X14 4 I FRUN Cl 9 B' SQUAD HAVK ROW: Hub Wntsnn, Mzmam-rg Kirwczufi, PQ-rico, Ilunla . She-parrl, Kloxin, Spahr, Wmmds. and f'ruu'h HAIISUII. Hnudflk. T ROVV2 I-fstvp. Marsh, f'h2iIITT'l2lll, fm-le-. Varrull, Shu 's. p Q nh l 5- L S o n l! "P as 'll3lEW?ZfUQl' '7 2 26 hm L . I , ' , R i , K 3 , til 2 -ll: a i - ' 1 ' f A F '1 ilfl i - af .l l ' - l i . , , X . . 3 AW 4 l E. I 1 Vnrliss Arvht-r Mr. Arcln-r Mrs, Arclivr Dvxtvr Mildrud Cousin Agnes Louise Mr. Franklin Mrs. Franklin Doctor Betty Nurse E ?l si if 2' .5 2 ti A S 3 s """'i ba "Moet Furliss Archer," ix lmratnd new rollick- ing comedy, was prcsvntvd Newt-nilwr 29 and 30, in the Junifir High Schonl Auditorium. A fictitious diary. 11 militant wld-rnaid civusin. plus ti-vii-agv dating iiimlilt-nis prwriliicvil niirthful t'uriiplit'zit11nix, 'l'lie- ilmriiutic dvzitli lied scvm- in tlie- third :ict was vspt-cially laugh pmxfwkiiiir, 'l'lim- vntiri- play from pilla- lirity to ninlw-tip, with tlie- Q-xwiitiiuri tif tliv dirvcting, wus pi'mliia'i-cl by the- students themselves. mm 'A l'l'lil,ll'l'l'Y Sara Gillmrt Kiitlilvcn Irt-land l'lijflli4 llill V I V. H IIISINI-ISS NIANAGERS Lothn Mt-Irvin "H-' 'A '-" i-:iiiiiw wt-115 .lvziizcltv Gilt-s ,I. ,V D l'lUll'l'1H'l'll':S Lachlzxn Kelley "m lmllll Gary I'zirkt-r Mzirli,-ttzi liusxwll Vh' 1 , . MAKE-L'l' Judy Dillard 'ultmi l lliwlm Bonnie Pancake llnrlvm- lirimlis H I . I. r STAGIC FRI-IW Tom Baird "ll 1llml't"n Don Balstvrs, Artvst Ilradbury, Mervin Marvel Giimumi llI'LlCf', Eiuzvnv Fitzgt-rzild, Jack Hale, V I.ut'hlun Kellvy, Dun Livingston, and Lztchlun lfwllvy gary Parkiirl Judy Dillard I PROGRAMS Desigm-d and Printvd by Ilfinniv Ilancnkv Jerry Ziegler, Al'llS Printing Departmvnt.. DEBATE Resolved All Amerxtan tltlztns should be subject to conscrlptlon for mssentlal SLTNICQ ln txme of war foach Don Rlsch Robert H111 Mlldred Helnkmg Bettx Orr Tom Parlnlu Barbara Muller John faxson Jeanne Hendrxckxtn Sam Carson Barbara Head -ii H11 Arkdnkdw f LN Hugh School llelratc bquad mathed by Mr Donald Reach had a sutetasful sea ill thls war XNIIIFIHIL tvso trophlex and just mxsslng 1 xl nth r Ht quad was cnmpnxed of Bar ara llt ul Jeanne lfltnrlcl ken Barbara Vllller Betty Orr Nllldred Remklng lohn Carwr Sam farwn Robert Hxll and Tom lannlu These debatu attendtd IU XlIdIl0I13l tournament at Plttgburg, Hutchlnson and Vhnfitld A foul man team composed of Bettw Nllldud linnltnn., John Carson and bam ar x attended tonrnxmenta at Fmporxa and Wyan n Q At Pmpmxa the team won a thlrd pace trophy and entered the xeml final Both thc affirm atmxe and mgatlxe tcamx vnon the debatw and lost ne 'Ihx debate trophx was the firxt one to be won lx Ark Fltx anne NVQ The Qams four man team atttnded the rtglonal toulnament at Wlchlta tVln2 for fiut plate xuth Wlnfleld Thu vutory entitled them to enter the tate tournament at Iavsrence lxan a when thex placed fiftl' In the State -4'-P+ '11 1-91 -3. The annual operetta, this year "The Chimes of Normandy," was presented on February 28 and 29. The leading characters were portrayed by Phillis Giles, as Serpolleteg Gerry Helm, Germaine, and Duane Houdek, Henri. Supporting roles were taken by Shirley Gabbert, Barbara Miller, Gerry Laingor, Shirley Powers, Dan Livingston, Eugene Fitzgerald, and Dan Maltby. The story takes place in Cornville, a village on the shores of Normandy. The plot begins to unfold when Henri, the Marquis of Normandy, who has been in exile since childhood, returns to his ancestral home to claim the castle of Normandy. On arriving he learns that the castle is haunted and decides to find out why. He discovers that the mysterious apparitions in the castle are the work of Gaspard, an old miser who wishes to marry Germaine to the Baille, the magistrate of the district. This suits neither Jean Grenicheux, a fisherman, nor Henri, who has fallen in love with her. The solving of the mystery drives Gaspard crazy, especially when he hears the chateau bells ringing. At the castle some papers are found which indicate that Serpolette, a foundling, is the lost Marchioness. Gaspard, however, recovers his reasoning and shows that Germaine is the true Marchioness. After this explanation and a reconciliation of all parties, the story closes in the usual romantic way. QC' 1 J . Autographs l'l5lf!!l - A il' IIILEIFIJI!El5!l Bl1lIH5' I l El3lll.I!lEli2Eif4QiES


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