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

 - Class of 1954

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Page 11 text:

10 ERNME T GALAXY 3.1 ll. 1. Clark has been in the Arkansas City school system for 27 years, advancing from Principal of the Departmental Schools, to an ACHS teacher, then to ACHS Principal. Mr. Clark attended Emporia State Teachers College, Pittsburg State Teachers Collezze. and Kansas University. School board members are left to right, TOP ROW: Allee, P. W., Burton, W. E., Woods, R. L., Hutchinson, Guy. BOTTOM ROW: Ross, Gailgiiroves, Frank, licroyd, G. L.: liarlougher, ll. W. gg T

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Another school year has come to .in end and for everyone an important SIC? has been taken. lt seenis that only yt-str-rri.iy every- one was beginning his e-tlircatiori in yunior high, and found it difficult to imagine .ln in- troduction into the adult world. The fun and good time such as assemblies, band, orchc-se tra, and sports, that were experienced are still a part of junior high. bounded in l9l", the Arkansas City junior High School now has an enrollment of 'OU Students, and employs Z9 faculty members. The junior high offers a fine athletic pro- gram which includes, track, football, basketball, tennis, and golf. Two hands, an orchestra, chorus classes, and glee club classes make up the fine music department. Stutlent Council is the principal organization. R PA T A D FUTURE ... .,.., -......, -.-- I .-6. The future of many of the ACHS students lies in the Arkansas City junior College. The citizens of Arkansas City have a college to be proud of. The students are most fortunate, also, to have such backing by the town's people as well as their faculty. The junior College is far from being all study and no play. The history of the junior College presents records of the top teams in basketball, football, tennis, and track. ltach October some Sophomore coed is chosen Queen to rule over the annual Arkalalah celebration. Later in the year, another Sophomore is chosen to reign as Athletic Queen. The event which attracts the eye of most high school students is the Tigerama. This is a formal dance held each spring in honor of the graduating high school Seniors. This year ACHS students are on the out- side looking in. ln the next few years the continuing success of this junior College will rest On the shoulders of many of us. May we give it everything we have to make our junior College a better and more pros- perous place for all.



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ME ORABLE ME TORS X'Iil,I.X C. -XYIFILIISIVY uttennleil Oklahoma Iniversity, Groves City College in IIl'T1l'1SVlVi'll'lId, Columbia I'n1versity in Nev. York, and Yorth Iiastern of Tahlequah, Oklahoma, where she received ai Ii.-X. Degree. She has taught Ifnglish and Speech in -KCII5 for one year. She sponsors forensirs. N. I". llI'I'I'U receiveml his ILS. Ilegree at Kansas State Ieaehers College, hrnporia, and his NLS. Degree at Columbia Iwniverstty of 'Yew York. Ile has been printing instructor in KCIIS for seven years. lit- sponsors the Production Staff of the Krk I.ight,, Printers Iiuilil, anrl ,Iunior Iligh I'ienI Iyiiers. I'fl,l.-X C. CIIIII5'IiIi'YSlW attentleil Southwestem, Kansas State leathers College, hmporin, Pittsburg State Teachers College, and Kansas State College, Manhattan. She sponsors Y-Teens, the sophomore t-lass, and is on the fait-ulty Courtesy Cornrnittee. .-KNIUS I.. CI'lllI't' tear-hers irnerivan history and constitution. Athletic ilirertor, and sponsor of the senior class, he attentletl the College llII'iI'I1flOl'1ii an1lKunsas l'niversity. Ile has taught 31 years in NCIIS. I'lI7I'I'Il ,IUYCIC DAVIS rereivctl her degree from Kansas State Teachers College, Ifmporia. She also attended Wisconsin, Greeley, Xlissouri I'niversity, and the I'niversity of Arkansas. She sponsors the Girls' Athletic- Association. IKIIICI-1 IFIIIIIIN attentlt-il Kansas I'nivr-rsityl Wiehita I'nt- versity, Xlissouri I'nivr-rsity, anal Warrenshurg State 'licarhers College, Nlissouri. Ilaving taught social science in ACII9 for three years, he is Ilasketball Coach, Track Coach, Assistant Ifoothall Coach, Co-sponsor of I.ettermen's Club, and sponsor of the sophomore elass. ELLA CHRIST ENSON RUTH FESLI-IR AMOS CURRY BARNEY GETTO ,Q .. tw. qv- he lII"I'lI I-'I'i5l.I'fII attenmletl Southwestern anml Oklahoma lni versity. She tearhes hiology, three hours each tiny. She has taught for eleven years. II.-XIINIIY fZI1'l"I'lJ has taught Q-oninierrial eourses thtrt.-en years. Ili- rereivetl his Nia:-itz-rs in IQ39 from Kansas State 'I'eac-hers College at Pittslmrg. Ile sponsors the junior class, and is on the Statistirs Committee, and -Mhletv' Cate Comn iittee. I"l,UIIl'fNCI1 flUIII"UII'I'II atteiiilr-tl KCIIS .intl gra-luateil from Wivhita Ifarst. She has taught in 'XCIIS for five venrs. She obtained her .-MII. Degree at Southwestem, and hz-r Degree, from New York I'niversity. She sponsors Y-Ieens, the junior vlass, anzl is on thi- Iiuimlancre Committee. XI."t. he lu YIIIIK IIUUINIAN tearhes shorthnnrl, untl typing. S also the finaneixll sevreturv of the srhool. Iler other iolis are being heanl of the Pep Cluh eonressinn stantls, junior Class sponsor and Y-Teen sponsor. Iluving granluutetl from Uttovsa, sh e has taught in KCIIS two years. Vlil.l.A C, ANIJICRSUN A. F. BUFFU IilJI'I'II j If Li Hi ICNC ,Ii tiUI-'URTII VERA GUUDMAN , DAVIS IZRICIC IJURBIN G-J if TYPE E1 900' S-I I n

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