Arkansas City High School - Mirror Yearbook (Arkansas City, KS)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 84 of the 1953 volume:
FAVORITIC ACTIVITY? Second hour gym class participates
in many activities during the year, some are fun and some
are work. Exercises can be both!
SWING HER, WILSON? Freddie Wilson and Bonnie Hedges
had a lot of fun dancing at the social after the Winfield
WINDYY When Jerry Fife starts
talkin? in Speech, Mr. Resch
doesn t know what to expect!
STUIJYING? Max Brown and
Stanley Gilbert, you are sup-
posed to work in Study liall,
but we will all agree with you
that it is lots more fun to read
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VM HVNGRY, Ll-1T'9 GO GET A CANDY BART During
all the excitement of a basketball game it is easy to
work up an agvpetite. The concession stand, which
is run by the l cp Cfluh, prevents anyone from starving.
WHY SO SOLEMN? Come now, Seniors, it can't be
that badl Shane Moore, Roland Christensen, Ivan
Johnson, and Marnen Robertson found that, with the
new Literature books, it was necessary to work
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Superintendent of Pubhc Qghools J cl A
High School Prmclpal
RAISE :Miss ta Chamng nn the lnbrary are Dr Vxneyard, Nevva
lg C oo acre ry Sartm Edith Joyce Davis, Flla Chusrenson
A. F.. EUFFO ELLA CHRISTENSON
Sponsor Printers Guild Co-sponsor Y-Teen
Production Ark Light
EDITH DAVIS BRICE DURBIN
Sponsor of G. A. A.
Co-sponsor Sophomore Class
Co-sponsor Sophomore Class
DAL E H ANSON
WINTON CROWN A. L. CURRY
Social Science Social Science
Sponsor Quill and Scroll Chairman Athletic Committ
Sponsor Mirror Director of Athletics
Sponsor Student Council Co-sponsor Senior Class
BARNEY GETTO VERA GOODMAN
Co-sponsor junior Class Co-sponsor junior Class
Sponsor Lettermans Club
Co-sponsor junior Class
R. c. Juno
Co-sponsor Senior Class
Sponsor Pep Club
ERNESTINE HERRIN C. L. HINCHEE GAYE IDEN
Physical Education Music Physical Science
Sponsor Senior Class C0.SP0n50f Senior Class
Operetra Co-sponsor Student Council
DAN KAHLER VERA KOONTZ HELEN LYONS
English Art Language
Co-sponsor Sophomore Class Co-sponsor Senior Class
juco Basketball Coach Sponsor Y-Teen
Co-sponsor Senior Class
Co-sponsor Student Council
Sponsor Biology Club
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R. l3Ifl,I.lf ROBERTSON
Co-sponsor junior Class
W. DICK TURNER
Ccrsponsor Sophomore Class
Sponsor F. F. A.
Sponsor junior Class
MARY MARGARET WILLIAMS
Sponsor Sophomore Class
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NHVVA SARTIN W. A. SNIQLLER
joumalism Industrial Arts
Ark Light Co-sponsor junior Class
W. I3. WAl.Kl'iR
Co-sponsor Sophomore Class Counselor
Sponsor F.lf.A. Co-sponsor Y-Teen
Co-sponsor junior Class
Co-sponsor Student Council
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ST DE T LEADERS
itutlcnr Council is the letxilership lwtw.lj.' ot the- Qchonl. .intl rlvcting .in .ixQc'rnlwly progmirm L'0HIIIlllIl'l'. Uthcr
It is hvrc- lhtlf thc' itlkxxe of the larullv .intl the- cntirn- prop-tix iricliiilvl Sponsoring umm rfcrcnitiori, Qocials,
wtulent holy .irc representcl. Thi- group ix corripowcti Pl.il"lIllIlliI .ill st-lmol pnrticw, .intl rt-.lvcorutirig thr tluh-
of one member from each C0fIf6fC'l'1CP .intl thc- various rooms. 'lihc pri-silent, -lim Nlillc-r, was elclftfml by the
othcr School organizations. The Slutlc-nt Council uns stutlc-nt lworly. 'lihr' othvr officers we-rc 4-lc-ctc-rl hy the
rcsponiihle for conducting Cc-rtilin .ill xCl100lt'll'L'tlOIlK1 fiouncil.
TOP RUKIS llori Arnett, ll.irultl ipahr, lliant' liuvwt. Karl:-nv Union, Shir-
lev Reid. l.1neii.xt0i, Runnin'lloutielc,l3a'.'itfX1illx, liontllilf nrkins,
Nllllblilj' ROW' Rvortinn l..irnlwert, l.vlc' lfaton, Nut- -viluson, Katherine l.ou-
.lcrh.u'lvc, Pc-glgx' Lawson, f .irolec f url, EJYT1 l .1rswn. lmrv f haw, Glenn
BOl'l'OX1 RIN: ll.irx'c--.' llockenburv, Normn iteiner, Nkirianna ,loneg
Niarilvn Weston, .lim Hill:-r, lerrv Hollembcak, lic-rrv llcmlkin, Xlariorie
Rixmiey, Dwight Avlinu.
lkherettes are selected by careful consideration on the part of their sponsor Mr.
Raymond judd. He selects them by their scholastic, trait and personal appearance
ratings. lt is an honor to he an l'sherette. l'nder the guidance of their Head
Vsherette, lerry llodlcin, they are at the service of the public at all plays, basket-
ball games, the operetta, and main attractions such as the Wayne King show, Navy
Hand, Spike jones, and the Coronation of Queen Alalah. ln the 52-53 season
there are Zl beniors., 8 juniors: and 4 Sophotnores.
33 GIRLS IN GOLD
HAVK ROV: l.eli.xl1eist, Heverlv john- Shirley Powers, Vlovcc- Clark, Phyllis
son, lzliznlyeth lkitiistt-r, Louise flverfelt. Hoyle. V 1
w lll ROV: Nancy Wentworth. il oren e -1TH ROV: llorothy NlcFarl.mt1,N1ary Hark-
lloclcf-nhuP,', Virginia Hutch:-r,Sue Wilson, er, Cferrv Helm, Arlene Gilmore.
ERD RIN: fnrolyn f ummins, Pam Hutch'
inson, lzrma Lee Nlanney.
Virginia liuw-ser, Nhrilvn Hnntla.
rt l'll ROW: Karleen Nlason, Margaret ihea,
Norma 9teiner,llontt.i llintonfilavisnolte, ZNIJ ROV Nlarlene fireenhaw, Donna
Yhirlev lllick. Qracy,
5 lill ROX1: Shirley lladicke-,Sally Kittrell, lil WW: 'Ierry Hodkin.
Miss Terry Hodkin, Head Usheretle
was chosen to be an Usherene all
three years in High School. At the
end of her sophomore year she was
qnppointed Assistant Held Usherette.
erry was nuzomnrically appointed
Head Usherette during her Senior
year by Mr. Judd.
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TOP ROW: Vera Stacy, Lavon White, Darlene Rountree, Mary
NAcCorgary,Delbert Harris, Jon Siner, Wayne Wahlenmaiet, Beverly
Johnson, Jannell Gee, Libby Giles, Beverly Haskins, Merry
MIDDLE ROW: Kenna Dempsey, Joyce Austin, Charlene Hays,
The Pep Club is an organization whose purpose is
to stimulate enthusiasm and add color to athletic
events by half-time demonstrations. The marching or-
ganization consisting or .105 girls, practiced every
morning at 7:55. This group was also seen marching in
the Arkalalah parade.
Duties of the Pep Club included decorating goal
posts, having charge of pep assemblies, assisting in
the crowning of the Football and Basketball Queens,
and presenting the queens with royal gifts. This group
took an active part in redecorating the clubrooms. The
Pep Club-also operates the concession stand, the prof-
its of which have been used to benefit the student
The officers were elected by the students of the
organization, with the exception of Marlene Greenhaw,
Majorette, and Janice Upson, Head Cheerleader, who
were chosen by the sponsor, Mr. Judd.
Marilyn Hough, Darlene Flrod, Anna Bishop, Lois Jacobs, Zelda
Coburn, Virginia Haskins, Burchie Baber, Rowena Shook, Wilma
BOTTOM ROW: Donna Ghram, Myrtle Bilheu, Pat Ellis, Lelia
Geist, Juanita Carwile, Liz Bannister, Mavis Bolte, Susie Wright
Phyllis McKinney, Marlene Ashley.
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STANDING: Nonna Steiner, Stunt Chm.g Margie Ramsey, Sec.:
Mavis Bolte, Finance Chm. SEATED: Margaret Shea, Vice Pres.Q
Gerry Helm, President, Marilyn Weston, Student Council.
Head Cheerleader lamce bpson d
cxdes when the Pep I luh vells ani what
vell rs ugzel
mx peppv cheerleaders lead our cheers a everv game and pep
assemblv Bottom Bonnxe Hadgcs and jamce Upson Head
C heerleader Nhddle ane C ares and klrren l ouderlwack Top
Charlene Srrah and f harlorre Sarah
Marlene lzreenhav. the Pep Club Valorem' leads
the Pep C lub dunng xrs drllls .xr football games
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plccolo vrolrn pnano, alto saxaphone and srngs Her
asslstant was Arlene McKee
Twtrlers Sondra Chalfant, Junior Carolee
Carol sophomore Ann llrnes junior Besse
Czaplrnskr sophomore and Margaret Nlurrah
lunnor were out xn front of the band at all
performances Qondra was selected head twirl
er by Mt Trollman
Mr August Trollman began to teach
rn ACHS rn 1944 after havmg tau t
music rn Sedan for seven years, and
Trollman rs the mstrumental xnstruc
tor for the grade schools, yunxor hxgh
and junior college, be side s hr
school He spends long hours wo
Allxson Whxtxker Davrd Cxrcle Daphne Dxllard Fred Smlth Ann Hrnes mg with the band, orchestra, ensem
and Ronnre Houdek were chosen to play wxth the United States Navy bles and teaching music lessons
Band They were selected because they were secuon leaders and es
peclallv interested ln music
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SEATED: President, Dwight Ayling, Vice Pres-
ident, john Carson. STANDING: Treasurer, Har-
old Spahr, Student Council Rep., Sam Carson
Ronald Sloan, Secretary, is missing.
TOP ROW: Henry Kirk, Delbert Harris, Max Gragert, jerry Ziegler, jon
Siner, Ronald Sloan, Harold Spaht, Bob Green, jim Miller, Jerry Barker.
MIDDLE ROW: Larry Kemper, jim Paris, Fred Smith, Dale Evans, john
Carson, Ira White, Max Brown, Don Russell, Gordon Lack, Mr. Piper.
BOTTOM ROW: Dan Maltby, Tom Baird, Kermit Ferrell, Dwight Ayling,
Charles Watson, Bill Rakestraw, jerry Fife, jerry Goforth.
The Hi-Y is a branch ofthe Young Men's Christian Asso-
ciation. This group tries to create, maintain, and extend
through the school and community high standards of Christian
character. This year the group had 32 members. To raise
money to send for the rehabilitation of Y.M.C.A.organizations
in other lands they sold bulldog sweatshirts, scarves, and
car tags. Every other year they have a Hi-Y, Y-Teen carnival
Programs for this year were picture shows, panel discussions,
and talks from business men ofthe community.
BUILDS A BETTER
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N1HWI'I,i I In I1 4 X x 1 nnu 1 X4 Nur lurk:-r Marlene C-reen wa
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The Arkansas City High School Debate Squad coached
by Mr. Donald Resch was an out of school activity.
Meetings were held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings
from 4 till 5. Members ofthe team were Beverly Bos-
well, joan Ford, Daphne Dillard, John Blass, Suzzane
Wright, and Charlene Strah. Because of the fact that
all of the members were out for their first year, the
squad did not go on many trips.
TOP ROV: Barbara Burk, janell Gee, Charlene Hays, Shirley
H almarlt, Jackie Menefee, Barbara Pappan, jean Watkins, Darlene
Rountree, Burchie Ann Haber, Nancy Poore, Florence McMullin.
MIDDLTC ROV: Nathana Winton, Juanita Ciarwile, 'llary Love,
Carol Tipton, Nlyrtle Bilyeu, Gloria Goodson, Von Owens, Gaylene
White, Janice Hentrick.
BOTTOM ROW: Phyllis McKinney, Kay Vinegarner, Norma Heff-
ner, lflizabeth Banister, Virginia Motley, Susie Wright, Mary
Sowden, Rosie Andrews, Barbara Williams.
Suzzane Wright, Charlene Strah, Beverly Boswell,
Daphne Dillard, Mr. Resch, John Blass.
Lookrng over Ad lrsts are Jack Hale B111 Sanders udy
Drllard and Bob Green members of the Busrness Staff of
the Ark Light
The Edrtorxal staff of the Ark Lrght had the Job of
reportxng the school news through the br monthly
publrcatron of the Ark Lrght The frrst semester
staff consrsted of Joyce Clark, editor Jerry Wag
goner, feature edxtor Jrm Choate sports edrtor Lela
Mclrvm, busmess manager, Margaret Shea, assrstant
busrness manager, Celeste Dore crrculatron mana
ger, Judy Dnllard, ad manager, Jack Hale assrstant
ad manager, Arlene Grlmore Brll Sanders, Bob Green,
ad salesmen Celeste Dore, Lela McIrv1n Margaret
Shea and Arlene McKee were reporters besrdes hav
mg other dutres Approxrmately a dozen students
from the frrst semester begmnmg class jomed the
advanced class second semester
Whrle Jrm Choate Lela Mclrvxn, Arlene McKee and Mar-
garet Shea are wnun stones for the Ark Lrghr, Jerry
aggoner and Celeste ore check the copres
Workmg on last mmute detaxls are Joyce
Clark editor and Mrs Sarun, sponsor
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The productxon staff prmts the school
paper every two weeks The staff con
srsts of the brg four and therr assxst
ants The four are Productron Manager
Fred Wrlson Lmotype Foreman Ronald
Corkms Press Foreman Warren Palmer
Make Up Foreman Charles Trenary To
qualrfy a member must have two years
of prmtmg There are now 35 members
Therr advvsorrs A F Buffo
Corlrxns Charles Trenary STANDING Ralph Palmer
TOP ROW Jerry 71egler B111 Bishop Warren Palmer Gordon Longabach Mr Buffo
MIDDLE ROW Raymond Mayfield Roger Bowser Don Rxchardson Young Snodgrass
BOTTOM ROW Marvrn McCorgary Fred Wrlson jerry Goforth Rlchard Ruch Buddy Kendrick
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REFLECTORS OF THE YEA
Looltmg over teachers prctures are
Barbara llead Features l-drtor Sally
Klttrell Assxstant Busxness N1 mags-r
Phyllis Boyle Acuvrtles l'd1tor Klan
lyn Weston Business Manager
Fxammrng pxctures are Leon Turner
Assrstant Sports Pd rm C hoate Qports
Fd standxng Seated Peggy l awson
Checkm copy are l7w1glltAyl1ni, ldltor Nlr Crown Sponsor
Daphne rllard Assrstant l dxtor
The Nlrrror our school yearbook rs a reflectxon of
the students hrgh school lrfe Thrs publrcatron rs a
Semor C lass proyect Wrth the help of underclassmen
they present a revrew of theyear sactrvrtres Dwrght
Aylmg was chosen as the 1952 53 edrtor The ed
rtor and sponsor Mr Crown, elected the staff from
students who showed rnterest rn the Mrrror It s
the staffs duty to compile the prctures 1nd copy and
put them together to make a complete revrew of the
Gordon lack and ohn Lang photogra Checking Senror pictures are standing Terry Hodkrn Sopho
phers more Fdxtor Seated Margre Ramsey Artist oyce Clark
1 """" Qenror Fdxtor jamce Upson Typxst Mrssrng rs Arlene Gil
urll and Scroll lS an organrzatlon for
students who have taken part rn some
yournalrstrc work a prevlous semester and
are rn the upper thrrd of therr class ln
general scholastxc standing Thrs group
meets the second and fourth Tuesday of
each slx weeks perlod Durmg the meet
xngs they learn of new and better yournal
rstrc processes Two rmtxatlons are held
each year and membershxp nn the organx
zatron ns for lxfe Fach year they have
two prolects one of whrch 15 puttmg the
senlor PICYUICS m the multrplex located
at the south end of the second floor hall
Offrcers who are at present rn senxor hrgh
are Presldent Phyllis Boyle Vrce Pres
xdent ovce C lark Secretary Treasurer
Busrly engaged ln fxnrshmg Qmll and Scroll business are
left to rxghz TOP ROW John Carson, Jun Choate and
BOTTOM ROW Rachel Olvero Phylhs Boyle and Sarah
New members who were xnruated March 17 are left to right
TOP ROW jerry Zregler, Anna Bxshop Manlyn Weston
Ten-y Hodlun Daphne Drllard Vrrgmxa Butcher Dwxght
BEOTTQOM ROW Lors Jacobs Judy Drllard Jerry Waggon
er, Janxce Upson Maryone Upson Marlorxe Ramsey Bev-
Quxll and Scroll officers are left to njut Vxce President,
Joyce Clark Presrdent, Phyllxs Boyle Secretary Treasur-
er john Carson
"We Shook The Family Tree," a three act laugh
provoking comedy was presented on December 4
and 5, in the Junior High School Auditorium. A
debate against drinking, beauty mud, the older
brother appearing in shorts, an electric warmer, a
date with the only boy in school who wears
knickers added complications to teen age Hilde-
gard's life. The entire play from publicity to
make up, with the exception of directing, was
produced by the students.
ZND ROW: Kermit Ferrell, Jerry Fife,
Fred Wilson, Joe Moore, Bruce Bittle.
1ST ROW: Barbara Miller, Jeanne
Henricksen, Janice Upson, Patsy
Burkhart, Marjorie Ramsey, Sue Law-
son, Diane Guyot not pictured.
Publicity-Bruce Bittle, Richard R u s s el lg Business
Mgrs.-Janice Waggoner, Rose Clifford, Properties-
Jeanne Henricksen, John Hough.
Make Up-Joyce Clark, Bena Brewer, Jeri Smith, Gerry
Helmg Sound effects-Bill Simmons, Stage Manager,
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Jimmy Dolson . . . .... Jerry Fife
Bob Dolson ...... ..... J oe Moore
Hildegarde Dolson. . . .... Janice Upson
Sally Dolson ..... . . . Marjorie Ramsey
. . . . Diane Guyot
. . . . . .Sue Lawson
. . . . .Patsy Burkhart
. . . Jeanne Henricksen
. . . . Kermit Ferrell
Mrs. Sherman . . . . . Barbara Miller
Mr. Sherman ...... .... B nice Bittle
Freddie Sherman . .
Mrs. Dolson . .
Ellie May . .
Mr. Dolson. . .
. . Freddie Wilson
Discussing Make up are: Diane Guyot, Gerry Helm, Joyce Clark, "Where Are You Going, Freddie?" ask Sally and Hildegarde
Fred Wilson, Marjorie Ramsey, Janice Upson.
The Printers Ciuild is a school organization for lfach year the guild sponsors an ink blotter con-
sturientr, who have special inte-re-at in printing. ICSC in memorv of Benjamin lfranl-tlin and Printing
The memlx-rs must have at least .1 "ll" average lfducation Vleek. Also they sponsor an intramural
.ind their .tim is to improve the process of print- basketball tournament and give trophies for the
top three teams.
Don Richardson Richard Ruch Warren Palmer Yound Snodgrass Bud
Kendrick jerry fyegler Cordon Lotigaback I-red Vllson Charles Tren
Fl Tl Rl POLITIC IANV l ach vear three unior
girls are chosen to represent AC H9 at Sunflower
C irl s State a vt ek of governmental training held
on the Kansas l nixersitw C lmpus Last vear
this wonderful opportunitx vu is given to amce
l pson joyceC lark and Terrv Hodkin Altemates
were lrma lee Nllnnex lerrx llaggoner and
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lxunsls kfrrls Xthletrc Assotratlon rs an
organrzatron whuch was formed to burld character as
well as to develop sklll xn sports hoth outdoor and
rndoor Anv gul who rs xnterested m sports rs wel
come to yorn lach Nlondav the grrls met after school
rn the audrtorxum where thev partrcxpated m sports
and planned thexr hrkes and pxcnrcs At the end of
the yelr letter awards are made to the grrls who
have eamed the requlred number of points NllS9
Pdrth J Davrs ns the sponsor of Q1 A A
Enjoying a game of table tennis we flnd Kena Dempsey
and Mary Love
Dena Brewer Mary McKee Jacqueline North and Ann Hines
Watchmg Elaxne Guxhnger play shuffleboard
are left to nght Vera Stacy and Charlene
are all ready for an excxung basketball game
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su-ated by left to nght FRONT ROW
Daphne Dxllard Sue Gxbson Terry Hod
km MIDDLE ROW Nancy Wentworth,
and Joyce Rust BACK ROW Bettie
Kmg, Dorothy Anderson and Muze
Shown below are the officers of G A A They are left
to ughr, seated Vice-President, Erma Lee Manney
Preszdent, Illene Teter Standxn Student Councxl
Representauve Peggy Lawson rk Lxght Reporter,
Beverly Boswell Secretary Jane Gates
Improving thexr table-tenms technn que are
Barbara Wxlhams and Ioan Ford
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THE SW TER BUYS
Left to right! l.erov Harmon, Chuck Watson, Terry
Membership in l.ettermen's Club is open to any boy
ball, basketball, tennis, track, or golf. lnitiation anal
election of officers is held each fall. The l.ettermen's
Klub takes clmrge of the concession stanil at various
night fishing trip. The following officers were electeil
by the nic-mbers for 'Sli President, jerry llollembeak,
er, Cihurk WritsongStutlent Council,l3.1vifl Ralston. The
sponsors of l.ettermen's Club are l,eroy llarmon and
llollembeak, llavitl Ralston, llarvey Hockenbury.
TOP ROV: Tony liipton, llerklie Pc-rico, Hill lzlrotl, lion Shanks,
Tommy llavis, David Lircle, ,lay Woodard, Phil Nfitchell, Burl
Shoemaker, lohn Hitchcock, Hill Roberson, Rex Harsh.
N4lDlJl.ff ROW: Vhuck Watson, Dale lfvans, jim Weston, Tom
Bossi, Ronnie llouvlek, jim lfstep, Rill Kiochis, Don Baker, jan
Chapman, Bill Sanders, Leroy Harmon.
FIRST ROW: Humbert Kincaid, Roger Bowser, Harvey Hocken-
bury, Loytle Trent, jerry Hollembeak, fhuck Watson, Dave Ral-
ston, Bill Hoods.
who hns letter:-rl in any branch of ACHS sports, foor-
roail-show attrautions .intl each year hollis an over-
Vice-Presiilent, Harvey llockenburyg Secretary-Treasuv
SONS OF THE SOIL
l".l".A. is .issiicizited with the National lfuture
Farmers of Arnerica. The chapter of 92 boys is active
and self-supporting. They have held .ill four degrees
of .ictive ineinhership,"Greenhand," "C'h.ipterl:armer,'
"State l"arnier," and "American l".irnier." The group
sponsored trips tothe Hutchinson State lfairg National
lf.F.A. Convention, Kansas City, Harper Leadership
School, and ludging trips to various cities. W. Dick
Turner was sponsor. After six years in ACHS, he re-
signed to take .1 foreign teaching job. He was replaced
hy Harold Walker. Officers were: President, Gerald
Mullet, Vice President, Bill Naden, Treasurer, Lyle
lintong Reporter, Dwight Haddock, Student Council,
Don Arnett, Sentinel, Stanley johnson, Secretary, Max
l'i.lc'.A. Officers: Dwight Haddock, Lyle lfaton, Gerald
Stanley lohnson Nlax Rloxin
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TOP ROV.: Wayne Atkins, Robert Slaven, Bud Mcffamon, Gary
Dowler, Lowell Loggins, john Bazil, Basil Bruner, Kenneth
Czaplinski, Dean Gregory, Bill Amett, Gene Laingor.
MIDDLI-Q ROV: Dick Turner, Wayne Price, Albert Marshall, Jim
Webb, David Snook, Norman lfoiles, Gary Ham, David Thompson,
Gary Barton, Silas lfoiles, lvan lfultz, Duane Patterson.
BOTTOM ROW: Stanley johnson, Max Kloxin, Lyle lfaton, Gerald
Mullett, Dwight Haddock, Bill Naden, Don Arnett, Gene Ziegler.
Ann Bowles, Barbara Burk, Joyce Clark, Paula Craig, Caro-
lyn Cummins, Judy Dillard, Patricia Ellis, Sue Gibson,
Marlene Greenhaw,Shirley Hadicke,Marilyn Hantla, Virginia
Haskins, Gerry Helm, Jean Hendrickson, lola Hildelland,
Ann Hines, Sue Huffman, Nancy Hughes, Pam Hutchinson,
Shirley Isbell, Mary Kimsey, Bettie King, Sally Kittrell,
Sue Lawson, Erma Manney, Phyllis McKinney, Jackie Mene-
fee, Barbara Miller, Virginia Motley, Marilyn Plush, Nancy
Poore, Shirley Powers, Marjorie Ramsey, Melba Reeves,
Joanna Samford, Mary Sowden, Janet Stafford, Romona Strop
Janice Upson, Jerry Waggoner, Ann Williams, Sue Wilson,
Kay Winegarner, Donna Winton, Tom Baird, Albert Hatcher
Leroy McDowell, John Blass, Phil Buechner, Gary Chewi
Dick Christian, Max Gragert, Roger Hearne, Wendell Jack-
son, Dan Maltby, Jim Miller, David Palmer, Hill Purvis
Don Russell, Fred Smith, Neal Smith, Bob Van Scheyler:
Charles Watson, Allison Whittaker, Fred Wolf, Cvail White
The Symphonic Choir, although only originated
toward the middle of this year, was one of the out-
standing groups in the high school. This sixty-five
voice choir presented programs for various civic
organizations and later in the year they gave a
spring concert. They also participated in the spring
music festival held at Winfield. The choir, since it
was before the public so much, may well be thought
of as one of the best representatives of our school.
Mr. C. L. Hinchee was the director of the group.
The Senior Boys quartet made appearances in assem-
bly, contests and some civic organizations. The
members of this group of entertaining singers have
been together since Junior High. They are: Fred
Smith, Dan Malby, Fred Wolf, Jim Miller.
The Senior Girls sextette sang for civic organiza-
tions, in assemblies and took part in the annual
music contest. This group was formed when the
girls were in the 8th grade and now as they are fin-
ishing their Senior year, Gerry Helm, Donna Wenton,
Joyce Clark, Janice Upson, Marlene Greenhaw and
Pam Hutchinson have many happy memories of all
the good times they have had singing.
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LEFT: Asst. Coach Brice Durbin.
RIGHT: Head Coach Leroy Harmon.
The Arkansas City Eulldogs completed their
1952 slate with a 1-9 record and reclining in the
Ark Valley cellar for the second straight year.
lt was Coach Leroy Harmon's initial season
at the Canine helm and the material was at low
ebb. There were ten lettermen on hand, and all
but four were juniors who had had but little act-
ual game experience. One of those four was back
after a year lay-off.
The line was woefully undermanned, barely
three deep at some positions. Senior linemen
retuming for their last season were Bill Woods,
170 lb. center, Fred Smith, 190 lb. tackle, Dave
Ralston, 187 lb. guard, and Chuck Watson, 170
lb. guard. Two hundred ten pound John Hitchcock
was back after sitting out his junior season. He
had lettered as a sophomore, but his effective-
ness in this campaign was almost negligible due
The backfield was somewhat stronger. The
brightest spot was Senior fullback jerry Hollem-
beak. Standing a mere 5'6" and weighing 147
lb., Hollembeak averaged close to a hundred
yards per game. Harvey Hockenbury, another Sen-
ior also broke into the line-up. He had very little
previous varsity work. Hockenbury was a half-
back. At quarterback was jan Chapman who had
gained some, but not lots of experience the year
before. Jan ran the team well, and handled punt-
When Coach Harmon came to ACHS he brought
with him the split "T" formation. The Bulldogs
went all the way with this, deviating only twice
in favor of the spread.
It was a long hard haul for Harmon and his
forces, the only win being over Chilocco. And
they were hard pressed to get that one.
The boys looked good in spots but bad in
others. Mistakes hurt plenty, especially fumbles.
They cost several touchdowns that lead directly
to more than a few of the losses.
It was also a building year for the Bulldogs
and they should be very strong in HSS."
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Ark City 43 . . .
Ark City 34 . . .
Ark City 24. .
Ark City 33. .
Ark ciry 35 . .
Ark City 38 . . .
Ark City 41 . .
Ark City 30 . .
Ark City 33 . .
Ark City 42 . .
Ark City 38 . .
Ark City 40 . .
Ark City 51. .
Ark City 47 . .
Ark City 45. .
Ark City 41. .
Ark City 58 . .
Ark City 42 . .
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TOP ROW: Bud Kendrick, Bill Gochis, Bill Myers, jim
Kenney, Bud Shoemaker, David Mills, Jim Carter, Joe Moore,
Larryll Hutchins, jim Choate.
MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Harmon, assistant coach, jim Estepg
Rex Marsh, Harold Spahr, Richard Graves, Don Shanks,
Glenn Smith, Larry Woosley, Mr. Durbin, coach.
BOTTOM ROW: Ronnie Houdek, Fred Wolf, Bill iflrod, Tom
Davis, Herklie Perico, Jim Miller, jan Chapman, Humbert
Kincaid, David Circle.
Mr, Durbin, Head Coach, Mr. Harmon
. . . . . . Parsons 68
. . .Independence 40
. . . . . Winfield 34
. . . . .Wellington 45
. . . Wichita North 57
. . . . . Eldorado 32
. . . . Emporia 48
. . . . Newton 40
. . Wichita East 53
. . . Eldorado 51
. . Hutchinson 39
. . . . . Winfield 42
. . . junction City 40
. . . . .Wellington 45
. . Wichita North 72
. . Junction City 43
. . . . . Eldorado 49
. , Wichita East 68
. . Hutchinson 48
The 105.2-53 hasketluall season was .1 huilding
year for Coach Brice l3urhin'sllu1ldogs. Coming
through the regular season with hut five wins in
18 starts and in a seventh place deadlock in the
Ark Valley was quite an accomplishment for the
The roster listed six Seniors, only one of
whom saw any appreciahle action the year lnefore.
There were four lettermen in all, jim Miller, Sen-
ior, and Berklie Perico, Tom Davis and lan Cfhap-
man, all juniors. There was good Sophomore
help up from junior High in the persons of ,lim
Kenney, Richard Graves and llud Shoemaker, but
the experience was just not there to cope with
teams like North, East and Newton.
Ark City victims of this thin year included
ffldorado twice, Wellington, Hutchinson and non-
league junction City.
In the first round play of the Valley schedule
the Canines drew a complete hlank, losing to
every opponent although improving and gaining
that much needed experience every game. They
played Newton almost to a standstill one night
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in the .Mid-Gym before fading in the final minutes,
40 to 50. In another thriller Hutchinson squeezed
past in two overtimes in the gigantic Sports .Xrena
in the Salt Clity. Then experiencing a bad night
all the way around, the Bulldogs lost to 1f1Dorado
hy some ten or twelve points.
During the Christmas vacation they finally
got going. In the lfmporia Holiday tourney they
moved past lflllorado 58-32, only to lose out in
the finals to the host school. A baffling zone
defense coupled with a desperation shot at the
end of the third quarter had a demoralizing effect
on the locals.
After shaking off an early season inability to
hit the bucket, the Bulldogs came through with
victories over Wellington, in a double overtime
affair at home, and routs of both lflliorado and
As we said before, Coach Durbin was mark-
ing time for 1053-54 when his junior and Senior
squad should finish up high in the Valley rank-
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H umbert Kincaid SR
Bill Elrod SR
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Hills, lerrvllnlrrip,l3:1vili'lar.i, Ur. -ln-lil, sponsor.
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The ACHS Tennis Squad won many sem as they cle- The Ark City Senior High School golf team hollis the
fencled their rirle as Ark Valley Champions. Mr. R. CQ, Ark Valley ffhampionxhip and laSl VC1rIhCV WON C'
Judd ig gheif Cough, Ark City lnvirazional. Their season starts xrounil the
middle of March.
BACK ROR: Jim Weston, lierklie pcrico, lim f hoate, Melvin
Nlzhifkteno, Coach Dale Hansen.
l"li0Nll Roll: lb.llE lfvzxns, Roger llowser, liex Harsh, Ward Hen-
sley, llill Yxnilers.
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Light Production Staff 1, 2, 13 Press Foreman 2. 31 Boys State Prollut-tion itafl 1. 1, S, 1.1irori,i1 81.111 1, 171mrogr.ip1wr, Klirmf
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DAN M0811 lonference Officer 2, 3, 1-'.lf.A. 1, 41 Football 1. 'IIK1 l,1i1-11N 14.if..'1. 1, 11 I-'ootlmll S, Clpf-rg-gm 1, R,
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3, Malorette 33 Usherettes 2, 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, Contest Ensem-
bles 1, 2, 3, iymph0niCCl'lOl1' 5.
RONALD GUILINGHR Pep Club 1, 2, 31 Hi-Y 2, Contest fin-
s embles 2.
IALK HALE Ark Light Production Staff 3: Band 1,2, 3.
BILL HALL Operetta 1
SHIRLEY HADIK KI-1 C onference Officer 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 35
Usherettes 2, 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3gOperetta 2, 35 Contest Ensembles
2, 33 Symphonic Cihoir 3.
ROSETTA HALL Moved here Senior year.
BARBARA HEAD Y-Teen 1, Speech Play lg Debate 2, Mirror
Staff 3, Feature lfditor.
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fflilzli WILSON 1 onfvrencc Uffiler l. 1, 31 lli'Y l, ll llrintfrw I4ll,l. XXUOIPN 1onfcr:-m1-Uffiu-r ig l.z-ttvrmcn 1 luh ig lmnn 5
Guild 2, E, 'lire-.asurer 'wg :Xrk l.i-ight Production ir.iff2,4,1iolf l, Z3 Ig lfngrlxiill 1' 2, 33 llnskctlwall l, 1, 41 lloyi Suu-.
Speech Plav K.
The seniom dill il fine iob in thc-ir las: class vlc-ciion hy choosing
officers who showed the .ability to cooperate well with the un.lcrcl.aQ+.-
men and also to set correct examples ro hz- followz-il in thc oncoming
years. This years officere were-: l-'rc-si-lent-Cirralfl Klullerrg Vicu
President-Dwight Aylingg Secretary-Trcasurc-r-Marilyn Westong Student
Council Representative-Ronzilil fforkins. n
Zelda Lee Cobum
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Barbara Ann Hines
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Buela Jean Kendrick
Vera Louise Smitlh
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The junior Class officers .ire from
left to right, FRONT ROV: Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Gail White-g Student
Louncil Representative, Kitten Leu-
derback. BACQK ROV: President,
Xlike Smithg Vice President, lim
And bou shall I pose N1 ones Hu! 4rlhur u by an you on your knees?
ennison ones Fred Wolf une Pennington Melbfa lxeeves
Ilona ferry Helm Arthur C rc-font I-red gmnh
I bage women' I wgg Ixlged as 4 baby What a cbafmxng necklace Lady Vluxan
Louisa Maryorle Ramsey 'SO jim Miller
A k I ady Vivian Del ancy Barbara Mlllef
Captain Kinski Wayne r ins
C ooking partners, Janice Thom
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Typing for speed and accuracy
in time tests in an essential
part of Miss Goodman s sixth
hour typing class.
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Sophomores, we really think you have il fine class. You made a splen-
did beginning in your High School career hy choosing dependable
leaders to represent you. Roger Hearne, President, jim Carter, Vice
President, Susie Wright, Secretary-Treasurer, David Mills, Student
Unusual-What, a geometry class actually studying? Work hard, Practice Makes Perfect? Well anyway, Bessie Cizaplinski and
Gary Hamm, David Humingbird, Larry Patton, John Blass, and Shirley l.owmaster are working at itf
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