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

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N LN.. i 'X .fn Ill Ill Ill Ill lll Ill ll Ill Ill . Ill. FII Ark Castle TABLE CDF CCDNTEIXITS Mirror Staff Quill and Scroll Ark Light Production staff Debate Forensics Speech Play Honors Band and Orchestra GAA Organization Snap Shots Sports . Football ...... . Football Queen . . . Basketball Queen . . . Basketball ..... Track . . . Tennis . . Golf . . . Custodians ...... Snap Shots ....... Business Subscribers . Snap Shots ....... Activities ...... 50 .51 .52 ci A .A " I I Q. v, . 5 51.4 l.I' '. ,', , 4? 'Ala an A 4' PIO 54 , 1 A-n.l A vga. ab", -ax"- .1' gil' v.. ,V P1 ,J F ZQEIA 9? 1-l f R AX f M J X 45? 4 H is bl w Q f ff W aa'-ff-ainq f ,M S X X M 3? ff ,ff W f 4 f 'wJa I Aqmluu Lily-"Lys Xf Former Athlete ls Superintendent At the age of 22, a young exfootball, basketball, and track star, who had let- tered in college sports, temporarily be- came principal of a rural high school to fill a vacancy left by the death of the oc- cupant of this position. Later, he re- turned to his desired career as an athle- tic coach. In 1947, jerry Vineyard came to Arkansas City, and since that time has been superintendent of Arkansas City schools . Dr. Vineyard is the father of three children, and also the proud grandfather of eight grandchildren. H. J. CLARK Principal 'U"" -5- DR. JERRY VINIWARD Superintendent Fother Qt Four ACHS Groduotes Is Principal H. J. Clark began his teaching career forty-one years ago in a rural school. He was principal one year at the elemen- tary school in Haven, Kansas, and also principal two years in the junior high. Having participated in all athletic events in high school, and having been on the Emporia State track team, he was also an able athletic coach for Haven High School. He later taught and coached at Turon and Kingman. On August 20, 1927, he was hired as principal of departmental schools in Arkansas City. He became a member of the ACHS faculty ln 1936. Today, he is principal, and has been for thirteen years . A father of three daugh- ters, Marjorie, Naomi, and Joyce, and one son, Bill, he has a deep understand- ing of young people. All of his children were graduated from ACHS. He also has ten grandchildren. .1 MAURINE BECKER REECE BOHANNON A, F, BUFFO Senior Class Sponsor Machine Shop Printing Y -Teen Sponsor Ark Light Production English Director of Industrial Assembly Seating and Vocational Education -,,,....----' ,Dv HOWARD CLARK AMOS CURRY GRACE DOWELL Typing Constitution School Nurse Bookkeeping American History Future Nurses' Sponsor Business Principles Athletic Director Usherette Sponsor Senior Class Sponsor Junior Class Sponsor ' S . ,-, .. ,, v ff? kuU NINA GARDNER EVELYN GARNER BARNEY GETTO Homemaking Homemaking Office Practice Home Nursing Typing F H A Sponsor Bookkeeping Y-Teen Sponsor -7- -W1 OSCAR PARTIN Woodwork Junior Class Sponsor EVERETT MALAN Architectual Drawing Mechanical Drawing Sophomore Class Sponsor PAUL REID CELESTE REYNOLDS Biology Health World History Physical Education Guidance G,A.A, Student Council Junior Class Sponsor L. O. STINEMETZE VERNA STUTEVILLE Biology Finance Chemistry English Science Club Sponsor Typing Junior Class Sponsor Y -Teen Sponsor -9- 1.45 HOYT PIPER Algebra Geometry Business Arithmetic Hi-Y Sponsor RUBY STEELE Library Sophomore Class Sponsor Y -Teen Sponsor JACK SUTTON Speech Senior Class Sponsor English Debate Forensics F wsu was W .23 if T 3381 e'. rf ffm, 'fs f AUSUST TROLLMAN DON VALLIERE HAROLD WALKER MARY WALKER Band Shorthand Vocational Agriculture English Orchestra Typing FFA Sponsor Journalism Assembly Committee Basketball Coach Senior Class Sponsor ARK LIGHT Sponsor Junior Class Sponsor Shorthand Club Sponsor Quill and Scroll Sponsor Junior Class Sponsor Y -T een Sponsor PAYE WALLACK EDNA WHEATLEY NANCY COOPER L. A. CHAPLIN Geometry English Physical Education WO0dw0rk Psychology Junior Class Sponsor GAA Sponsor, Second Carpentry MIRROR Sponsor Y-T een Sponsor Semester Sophomore Class Sponsor Assembly Committee Health Y -T een Sponsor Assembly Seating LESTER GRIFFITH DAISY AMES is the school secretary. Auto Mechanics Senior Class Sponsor -101 To all the members of the faculty who have given us so much help, we stu- dents express our deepest apprec lation . f xf"'-' 44 Mc-1: 2 2 Kew ge, Kg in. Z X XNX Nu SXQ- Q I 144414,- -jv-N 1.197 VI A WTUUUU 9 ny 'Fx 11 XXX x QN -X fl X l D x 2 X f 2 k- f , 5 Y . ,F ' i r X 5 N5 5 1 ii i s ,L ,H 5 . ,' , U - ' .r-rf I 1 ' ,W .- gl -Sf.-3 . J rt- 1-1 ' "Ill K L. I '!! X I 3,5 ...J f 'I ', . . Q- 1 , - 4 . gs' ,A I 'H w- , , T J-X 4 ' 1 Av., ,bf M ' -'Nf-mfg, -- --'L. . ,,,,- .Jin i ,XXX ZX ix f' IQ 1 I 1 X ff kv v W.g-- V Q .f' . ' ,L ' fi ' .ls f X , , X ' ' - 4 . ' N X M -f 9' 5 . ., y . -X , X N N 1 K gi Vx 'I A , H w- xxx: Nxi 'x A.. A XJ' H, X K 1 I ."v ,, AW T ,, XX fvi- A A -in ' " W5 is ig V N xx .X ,fx 'W , Q5 ,Qf A x, X w xxx fr w 1 " f ,I N! 4.9.- LEFT TO RIGHT Max Ausun Fred Neet Steve Kanelakos Dan McColl Presldent Steve Kanelakos Secretary Treasurer Max Austin Student Councll Fred Neet Noble Seruers Prepare For Crusades The lords of our kmgdom are the seniors Thexr power IS great and they rule over their subjects with justxce ln thelr souls and kindness ln their hearts As these lords begin therr crusades out of their kingdoms into the light of a new realm they will have many new decisions to make But through their past experlences they wlll have developed the ability to cope with new problems that may arlse They have tried to set a good example to those of the lower classes 12 I . A 1 .g 4, sf Vice-President. . . . . . . Dan McColl 3 4' , Douglas Allen Ronald Alkllli Max AllSllll Brnrc Hadley .gf 'et . vlsskwafxa 'T in gn, , ,..-.Q If I 4 Dwane Baker janet Barton David Baxter Kenneth Ba'-.ter Q, i X A james Sara B611 Blass Snsa ll Belt Mary Bi Don sho p Blackwell Sharla B11ss Earl Bowman iss. 91 1"" 3. T' 4-v'X 69 2' ' 'S Charles Branch Charlotte Brown Gertrude Brown Neil Brown 'Os L 1-' 'T R' Q- ltr .J . I, Della Bruton Bernard Bryson Joe Burnett Rosetta Carter Shirley Carter Carl Caughman Jo Lynn Clemente as- -ve Ralph Cra mpton Dinna Conseen Walter Cook Allen Curless Jessie Clark Gary Davis Margaret Day Charlotte Dic kerman ang. Br Kirk Downing, Richard Duncan Carolyn Eash Eldon Eastman ,At KN 549 qui 35-v. L -I Q'- ur"-' i fi Frances Jennings Rodney Johnson Delorus Joice Que Steve Kanelakos Lyle Keefe Marilyn Kinney Delores Kiser in., 11' -Q 'fx R tb K james Kittrell Bob Kuhlrneier Jane La Brue Karol Lack ,H is Patsy Lawson Guy Locke lidwin Loomis David Lord KQQY' iff Bob Hunt Le Claire Hutson Carolyn lseminger Charlene Jennings 'C' ogg 'VN .2-+2 f i S ix-- CJ tb ll y1N Judy Stone Shirley Stephenson Lester Stout Lida Sweet 1 I ff ,f 'V' 'C7' Patty Weddle Linda Whaley Joe White Raymond Wigley N. as xi it if", 5' Q-3? "ilu-It LEFT TO RIGHT B111 Lyon Ted Lechner Nancy Green Ronald Stover Presldent B111 Lyon Vlce Presldent Ted Lechner Secretary Nancy Green Student Councll Ronald Stover Mudclle Closs Juniors Follow In Footsteps Cl Nobles The juniors are our mlddle class They have worked hard durlng the past so as to follow ably ln the footsteps of the noble semors who wlll soon be leaving old Ark Castle to make their crusades The jumors ln order to prepare themselves for thls new step have many dutles lncludlng choos mg class rings and planmng the Junior senior prom Nest year s seniors wlll have a blg responslblllty placed ln thelr hands They w11l of course want to be the best leaders ever and 1n belng so lt wlll be their respons lblllty to set a hlgh example to those of the lower class 22 v l 6 Jirn Alice Kny Allison 5 r 4 rainy Austin sf, 5, f . :V me P, Mitzi Alsip A if? lrene Anstine ' i Uerelee Asbell 97 Janice Barker ' Charlotte Barnes Carolyn Beck Sheryl Bac ker Barbara Bell Joyce Bettes A A 6 "m . Melinda Bottomley , 'A' Charlene Bowmen ' ' Mary Bradshaw H.. 1.71141 Q ffl,-U ,ffl rt 1-+ f ' s 5 Charlene Branch if Paula Brown ,F Ronny Brown V Us ' G 6' gf P E 5' X Sally Bucher 3 ' if Carolyn Buckle ki - p Jim Butler Lloyd Buzzi J Q- . -rl 5 1 Colleen Cain 2 ,. I 1 I V: - LQ , Mona Cameron Q v ,""' ' I f + -,, P 1 V ' . N A--f D Z K Nancy Casey xr. Q r E, B ! Gayrene Chambers 6 f ,' Anna Marie Clark . si 4' " at Lynda Cline Ld' K 1- x X Herbert Cochran O Q Edna Crane . ' F Patsy Cranford 3 Sharon Crawford 7' av f. v .L X Illa Cross i 1 Nilla Cross Q rl' Linda Cyrus I S? . 1 1 f it Margaret Davidson A I 3"-5 1: . , 2 6 AO Phillip Davis S- D1 M ' ' X v Rose Dickey b , j ' Q lrene Dixon A S-,VX ,5 ' Q wt P Dorothy Duback r , Sherry Dunbar f 3 Catherine Dunlavy 4, Douglas Eash 7 gr . Patricia Enz QQ., A Bill Ester . A 1 . ...JJ iv 4 v' I, aj, 'HF ' x 2 lrltw. MN! Q mlb? afrwv-www 'st' . ,, ., A A' Av! J: wiv? 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A Z' Tommy Estes Carolyn Ewing Warren Fttzpatrick Megan l-lick Leta Fresh sandra I-rey Harry Gage A 5 Don Gamble C arolyn Gann Dennis C hram Martha Gtbson Patrlcra Gibson Tom L tbson Joan Grlmore Penny Crvens bharon Goulden Nancy Green -N Gary Harp Patsy Hartman 11m Haskins Mtke Hays Guy Dale Hagan Jamce Hall Paul Hanshew Andrea Helsel hue Hennxngton xv A ,,, ,Q Carolyn Herrington 1 Stephen Hlld Allen Hollow ay Beverly Hower Laqurta I-lull Mona Hull 'ZR-25'?f11U'I'.a 1-' J Lorrarne Hummingbtrd Y J stephen Jay Barbara Johnson Martan Jordan Mary Kappell 7 6 l Monrca Kelly ,,.4f Benny Kloxln Don Knowlton Raymond Langdale Wanda Lamlson Donna Landrum Kathleen Lazzelle Ted Lechner Twila Longshore Brll Lyon Joe Martin Katre McBride Loretta McFarland Janice MLGUIH Helen McMull1n Patrlcra Metcalf 'li "T P+ . E 5 .yt ' , k...J' .ji g fl . f M ,Q Elf: 224 at 2' I ax ' , ,E J fm a m.. to A 4 ,avail ,, we CQ .. s Donna Scott Tommy Scott Brenda Scruggs Gaylord Shurtz Helen Shutler Joanna Smxth Mary Sommers Loye Sparks Forrest Stacy Barbara Steffens ,gi 1 sv 5 T Q 74 K Q 2 f yer . -'ntl it N 3 ' . is E -ff 'Y' Li ' I 4 ' ' . ,..t W f Y -3 if .1412 is Tom Wells Ted Welton Janet Stensa as Sonja Stephenson John Stockton Jerry Stone Janet Stone Bobby Stougger Alta Stover Ronald Stover Elaine Taylor Richard Throw er Helen Truxel Bill Walker Joann White Brenda Williams Gerald Williams Raymond Walker Glenda Webster Larry Thompson 'D l Judy Woodard Paul Zaragossa David Ziegler Bruce Sherwood Working diligently on decorations for the homecoming dance are Sally Bucher and Lynn Cyrus, juniors. N. K -4? .tk , .f,,v. , G' Y o What??? Has Acris added a x go new classroom? y I f X HM. 5 155 S . YOU keegIICY111e' v. sa this fys Steve RO hat. - ' 'old you mo' 1 'Om maki S- junio, .. ng S0 man ' how do advices y eI'1'ors?., 551211 3 RUKQX 6 , ' X. Q eg!- Nxd guglxs beaugipaman " ' his P1 Kham alle my ueen' Babydoll pajamas are absolutely the latest thing, according to this lovely young model. It's 7:00 in the morning, and Bar- bara Steffens, junior, is on her way to Drill Team practice. Ma . awf- , nm -a4:2r2sr:'ammesf w0fV5 vu 1303. sun 101 -27 F LEFT TO RIGHT Presldent Vlce Presxdent Secretary Student Councll George Boyer Sue Caughman Dlck Mamn Frank Brown Frank Brown Dlck Martln Sue Caughman George Boyer Sophomore Semis Slove Qver Homework As serfs the sophomores follow the direct1ons of thexr superiors the junlors and senlors. Thelr beginning year ln hlgh school IS lcnown as the one where they are "slaves' to thelr homework. Thelr efforts and achlevements wlll enable them to go on to a hlgher class. 28- , f n , 4 I L - A X ' v 1'-' rg '95 N U l . I Mary Adams Wilburta Adams Linda Aker Wayne Ammerman Linda Asbell Carol Belew . A -- 4 ru -or Iames Dempsey , 9 Lee Roy Dorman Barbara Sue Douglas Terry Downing Barbara Daze Ruth Ellinger fri, xnliblwi . l Karen Emery Bob Evinger Patricia Farnam Carl Fesler Darlene Fleming X tj 1 ' 1- -ii. ,sfo 0 Gerald Fortenberry S 'V Walter Foster s ' , 2 - ,ff 5 Janet Galyon S f '25 Carilla Gammon Q 1 I if 3 Sandra Gammon ff J -B ,1 ff- 1. .7 V -.M Alice Gifford J Q Rose Gildhouse , Q A 1 ' J 3' Bill Gilliland , ' f Raymond Gllstrap mf ii I 45 'Il N' i Carolyn Goebel ,, ,4 A A it l ' f Joyce Goodson Charlotte Graves Sue Guest nlli Joe Hathcoat Barbara Hawkins Sharon Hayes Barbara Kimmell Tom Kimmell Tom Kuhlmeier Beverly Lancaster Judy Lazzelle .10- Karen Johnson Bonnie Johnson Judy Johnson Mary Kanelakos Janice Keown Ellen Howk Donnie Huffman Gail Hutley Betty Jo Iseminger Judy Jacobs ,ac -11 Jerry Hagan Don Haines Nancy Hale X xx? A qi . -Q 1 .X -v Phyllis Hamm Susan Hanna Ronnie Harger Heather Hill Patricia Howarth ui .9 Q as 9 4-3 -sr , Ceola Hart , ai .fs Q 'T ,pf 363 ya 6 as-PQ leur NSF' .4-3 , t Billie Malone Ray Manning " E Dick Martin A , Mike Mathew ' Barbara Matthews Florlne McClure Julia McEwen Delbert Meeks k , Gail Mefford Patricia Melers l Elizabeth Mills Nancy Mitchell - Don Leach Richard Lewis Elaine Lord Arnie Louthan Mickie Madden ...J f 6' 3. "' ' ' 4 4, 3 4-0 55 x 'I 3 ' f P' If l f is 5 . , , f i 3 - I X , - ' 7 1 L S ' "5 I 1 1 1 'Q J' 3 vu - A ' 1 F , ' I Kathleen Moore Sally Mitchell Barbara Monasmith 5 Gerry Morris J lv Melinda Morris 5 Julie Morrison I X 'fi Q 'I 'S 1 -in ' Q ' . J 2, I -55 'Y' I.. Q. . ff' ,., -. J 1 Donna Munson Charlene Moore Carolyn Myers Mary Nehrlng 5 If ui r 41 I t 'h Q my F r-' ,-,H ft rv: f - 3753 , ,.,, Q -4 V t-'5'm 2:5 f 0 :Fm na-gi fn . C-50 as its ana U Ewa 52-S .- ' ,V -4 Vx 0:1 I S, F2 ,, ,SO ,,. y na: it :E .., Q- Q O 577 2-'R 'SF 0-3 B-UF: QQ ' .K-A 0355 sz? . .n' iwgm S8 S PU crgzg D 3 O Ov--QW "J :1 :rg gg om :rf -. Q- QD- , cn '02 ,Q , 0 egg.. .. D- T' 5, 91 D' 5 m :1 5 Q 1 Y' , 4 Qi -ov at 7 'i ii 2 'Y fa Roger Sentel Mike Shaw Steve Sherwood Larry Shurtz Betty Smith -31- 1 I 0, -1 , -4? .ia , -, 36' '45 Carolyn Shepard Lois Smith 1 Marilyn Smith Bob Speece 4' Patricia Squires 1 Ralph Staley Tommie Stanley Sandra Steele Rick Steffens lanet Stout Rex Stover Jewel Sullivan 5 J fr-v' I 3 -IN Franklyn Theis ' J i I udy Thompson Mary Todd i Ka y Thompson Dorothy Utt sy . I D 4 r :ues Fred Wahlenmaier Q Q -,os Dixie Weddle Don Weingartner 5 V 1 ., "' .s t . Beverly Weston , . Q Irma White ,, G 5 i 0 "' 3' Ivan White . f f .,. 'I jimmy Whyte s ' 'l ' ' 5 'I 'F ' ,hr , rs? , K ' ,lb ,I 1 J, Frankie Williams TJ! l " ff' 'I' 0 , Karen Wilson 5 ' I Ruth Wilson ', 3 y .3 K Wanda wilson 1 , , 1 1 Ronald White V 6 f fi Gb Roxie White N Z fi - ,au 4- as l 1 if Susan White fy 4 Doyle Wolf Ruthe Ranke Norma n W olford .P Ioan Hatfield Sandy Purinton It's a long way down!! ..52... Q r j , -zz I Ill Qin 'li CDRSUANTZAEJCDNS 7 1 E. A I E P " E E 5 E X ' I l-4 X X 1 E1 TI." .."I.'D XX X.. -33- era! i, N FOURTH ROW: Larry Reasor, Leroy Shurtz, Craig McCorkle, Fred Neet, Steve Kanelakos, Dortch Bradford, Dan McColl, Phillip Coffelt, Ted Hollembeak, THIRD ROW: Warren Fitzpatrick, Charles Stebbins, Marilyn Kinney Frances Jennings, Barbara Rowan, Sara Belt, Nancy Mitchell, Mike Trollman, Ronnie Stover, Steve Wright, SEC OND ROW: Carolyn Gann, Marilyn Smith, Mary Kanelakos. Judy Thompson, Sharon Reynolds, Ted Lechner. FRONT ROW: Sharla Bliss, Katy Fitch, Tyler Marsh, Sally Bucher, Martha Gibson, Lynn Cyrus. Council Helps Qihers Ted Hollembeak President Paul Reid Advisor "The meeting will come to order please." Another session of the stu- dent governing body is under way. The Student Council is an organization of students working to improve our schools and bring about better cooper- ation with the faculty. This student government is in charge of all social and student business functions of ACHS. OFFICERS: Marilyn Kinney, Social Chairman, I. Craig McCorkle, Vice-Presidentg Ted Hollem- .f beak, Presidentg Steve Kanelakos, Finance Chairman, Sharon Reynolds, Secretary, Fred Neet, Election Chairman. -34.. 1 1 i ff: ' 5 FOURTH ROW Sharon Hayes Susan White Sara Belt Ruth Elllnger Diane Bishop Karen Emery THIRD ROW Joanna Smith Monica Kelley Sherry Dunbar Sally Bucher Kay Allison Pat Gibson Sharon Goulden Nancy Green Gerelee Asbell Beverly Hower Janet Stone Janice McGuinn SKIOND ROW Ruth Steiner Joan Munson Charlene Perry Nancy Webb Juanita Sheldon Diane Rinehart Wharon Reynolds Becky Mathiasmeler Sara Blass FRONT ROW Sharla Bilss JoLynn Clemente Janice Guyot JoAnne Fitzgerald Janet Barton Frances Jennings Smiling Usherettes Sect Spectators Your ticket? This way please, an usherette is heard to murmur politely These words are spoken many times during an evening s work The Usherettes are an organization composed of fifty five girls These girls are chosen directly by the sponsor on the basis of scholastic may ww-'H achievement, personal appearance, outstanding personality and poise. A Attired in their gold uniforms with purple scarves as accessories, the Usherettes assist at basketball games, Arkalalah, all school pro- grams, and main attractions of the . city. 1 Sharla Bliss Head Usherette Howard Clark Sponsor -35- 3-3" n 1 3? L Kay Alum I Io Anna smith Karen Bosis Junior Preslden! nte: Club Con ll J M nc so :ff,.:,,Mf:,fff,.,,. e ggrnor PI HKD nd lo an He S a Stntedue ar S1909 Y exltrlrnor Y Teen 0 W4 Sponsor bb Helen Lyons Y Teen Sponsor Mm, auflzlglke' an 551110, Y B50 er 0 Cen span-'Ors TEEN Edna Wheatley B U I A Fellowshup Cf R056 comm P-OW H , OUNCLL SE F is vars CLUBC mee W ER Gaumefrurd ioannasmm :akin K me ey luha Morrison Helenl. 003 wer ROW n soil-25 Fggxsgnalne ludll Thompp Y Teens which IS a branch of YWCA seeks to teach ldeals of Chrlstian hvmg uson U to gurls gorng into all walks of llfe '56- ' Ph 5 - Q X ,, - so s l ' , M V ' , fd Q k d O . l rar s I ' r se 1 4 , I 1 A 14 ' . e s . 7, if l f SophomoreY-Teen 5 , ,Q O ff - : X 1 WT ' . " ' mkhrz - ' OX' v 1 . 2' Y ' , - ' . FW F W! 77? v v out 's A f Q 5 NEI 25 .- fy gs Ii. 3- Q N av '- ul? '- AP wx, I-v- 51- -.ar f -ve ! 8 f , -ws? - .. 'SM ' ,tv V' - s F f'i'i 5 ' 1 . 4 4 f i Q 3 l 1 ' 5 . ' 3 1 - 5 5 i s e i 4 i I r F 2. i , t RRYANSAS Clfy 4 SENIOR HVY FOURTH ROW: Don Meek, Bob Foster, Steve Hild, Terry Rountree, Herbert Cochran, Tom Estes. THIRD ROW: Guy Locke, Larry Peterson, Charles Miller, Bill Ester, Kirk Downing. Charles Bradshaw, Don Blackwell, Larry Reasor. SECOND ROW: David Ruch, Jim Rath, Robert Schooley, Mike Trollman Duane Baker, Don Saylor. FRONT ROW: David Lord, Treasurerg Leroy Shurtz, President: Hoyt Piper, Sponsor: Charles Stebbins, Student Council: Craig McCorkle, Vice-Presidentg Fred Fairchild, Secretary Hi-Y Maintains High Standards be Hi-Y is a high school branch of the Young Men's Christian Associa- tion. This group strives to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. One of the main money raising projects this year was the Hi-Y - Y-Teen carnival. Hoyt Piper Sponsor Leroy Shurtz President -40- I' p- Q5 Q F' I i.. I '? V " -s Fifi ' M-Tun-... FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Gann, Linda Whaley, Patricia Enz, Craig McCorkle, Charles Stebbins, Steve Kanelakos, Edward Loomis, Max Austin, Donna Lan- drum, Becky Mathiasmeier, Doris Shanks, Janice Guyot. THIRD ROW: Irene Dixon, Janice Barker, George Naden, Mike Trollman, Robert Schooley, James Judie, Helen McMullin, Nancy Green, Gertrude Brown, Barbara Johnson, Char- lotte Dickerman, Nancy Casey. SECOND ROW: Juanita Sheldon, Helen Shut- ler, Larry Peterson, Jimmy Rath, Terry Rountree, Cleo Shook, Walter Foster, Oneta Highley, Megan Flick, Janice Wilson, Sara Blass, Andrea Helsel. FRONT ROW: Alice Mullet, Donna Nickle, Sharla Bliss, Charlotte Brown, Margaret Day, Sharon Trent, JoAnne Fitzgerald, Janice Fluis, Janet Barton, Karen Woods, prggrams. Their two main Brenda Williams. Kenneth Judd Choir Director Sara Blass President .ski ARK HI SINGERS: THIRD ROW: George Naden, Craig McCor- klc, Max Austin, Steve Kanelakos, Mike Troll- man. SKIOND ROW: Larry Peterson, Linda Whaley, JaniceBarker, Helen McMullin, Nan- cy Green, Gertrude Brown. FRONT ROW: Alice Mullet, Margar- et Day, Carolyn Gann, Barbara Hawking, ..41.. Sensotionol Songsiers Sing Superbly High notes, low notes, all kinds of notes, but es- pecially good notes float through the air as the Sym- phonic Choir begins another performance. The choir, composed of experienced chorus members, is a sing- ing group which provides vo- cal music for numerous school occasions . They sing for assemblies and school programs are the Messiah and Skits-O-Frania . ARKETTES: CharlotteBrown, Joanna Smith Margaret Day, Donna Nickle, Helen Shut- ler, Sara Blass, Helen McMullin, Janice Wilson, Nancy Casey, Linda Whaley. I 1 Mrs GRACE DOWELL School Nurse was the sponsor of the Future Nurses Club OFFILERS ARE Irene Howk President Ltnda Whaley Secretary Anna Mane Clark Vrce President Frances jennlngs Student Councll Future Nurses Hove Guest Speakers ACI-IS s Future Nurses Club was one of the flrst clubs of tts kind organized ln the state of Kansas The mam purpose of thls orgamzatlon IS to acquaint girls with the qualt ftcations for nurslng In domg so, many guest speakers have been tnvlted from hospitals to talk wtth the girls They mclude nurses from Newton Memorial Hospital, Wmfteld St Frances and Wesley Hosprtals, Wichlta, and Memortal I-Iospttal, Arkansas City TrllRD ROW Grace Dowell Rose Drckey Donna Munson Carol Sue Ca1n Karol Lack Anna Mane Clark L1nda Whaley Marrlyn Kmney SECOND ROW Robert Wrtght Barbara Johnson Charlotte Barnes Frances Jennings Dorls McNeal M1CkCy Madden L1nda Morton FRONT ROW Dorothy Norvell Mary Btshop Irene Howk Irene Howk Judy McMenomy Nancy Slmpson Karen Woods Coleen Cam President -42 lg' ME will I Q' ' 1 1 Q. SECOND ROW Susan Belt Judy Thomas Gertrude Brown Nancy Webb Kirk Downing Glenda Webster Katy Fitch FRONT ROW Juanita Sheldon Diane Rinehart Jo lynn Clemente Sharla Bliss Sara Blass Charlene Perry Janice Cuyot Teaching ls Challenge LET TO RIGHT Janice Keown Nancy Hale Rosalee Basil Ellen Howk Larry Peterson Sara Reynolds Janet Stensaas Ellene Moore Gail Sin Clair Melinda Bottomly OFI ICERS Sharla Bliss Student Council Janet Stensaas Vice President Janice Guyot Presi dent Diane Rinehart Librarian Kirk Downing Treasurer Juanita Sheldon Secretary 43- Ianice G uyot President Gaye lden Sponsor Rithmetlc might well be the slogan of the Future Teachers of America This club s main purpose is to introduce and encourage students to the teaching pro fession Guest speakers and panel discussions pre sent advantages of the pro fession to prospective teach ers W . . I L I F - - ' I l l 7, '. 1 -et I Reading, Writing, and , . l 5.3. Q. . 1 I I 1 . l . I - I , -I 139 I3 3 11 4' ... l Q-P7 FIFTH ROW: Jim Goatley, Ronny Brown, Kenneth Baxter Gary Potter Delbert Oestmann Kenny Holloway FOURTH ROW: Neil Brown, Tommy Klein, Terry Coffelt, Gaylord Shurtz Richard Duncan Eldon Eastman Wallace Wolf Local FFA Chapter .bij Expecting Instead of walking the floor, according to the custom in most maternity wards, Gary Potter and Kenneth Baxter, seniors, play cards and listen to the latest 'pop' tunes. Proud Boys-Kenneth and Gary hold four of the small squealing bundles which have arrived to increase the FFA swine population. - 11 5 3 5 65 3 , ff J", - .K fi' ff: 9 ' 'ii . 's-F ,I 2 X r . 1 .h- ' ' 5 4. Eldon Eastman President 2'4- ,ji j'5 THIRD ROW: Larry Shurtz, Gary Colbert, Phil McFarland, Charles Hollo- Harold Walker way, Gerry Morris, Gary Harp, Allen Holloway. SECOND ROW: Marvin Advisor Pool, Dan Marrs, Jim Blatchford,Tommy Speilman, Gary Musson, Joe Blatchford. FRONT ROW: James Osburn, Gary Learned, Gilbert Rahn, Jim Holloway, Larry Swanson, Darrell Gottlob. Brings Home Bacon 57' CHAPTER ACCOMPLISHMENT Received Gold Emblem Award in National Better Chapter contest Built and established the first professional Mutlple Farrowing Hog Unit District FFA Ritual Contest ..... ..... I iirst District Public Speaking Contest . District FFA Information Contest . ..... First Three-Minute Division . . . . . First, Third District Crops Judging Contest .... . .First. Fourth Five-Minute Division . . . . . First, Second District Poultry Judging contest .... .... E ishth Ten-Minute Division . . .... . First. Fifth District Dairy Cattle Judging Contest . . . Firlt. Fifth District Dairy Products Judging Contest .... Second Mid-Kansas Dairy Cattle Judging Contest .... Third District Livestock Judging Contest ........ Fourth County Livestock Judging Contest ....... Second District Swine Production .... District Soil 8t Wata Management District Farm Electrification . . . State Liveaock Contest ..... State Dairy Products Contest . . . . . . . Gold Emblem . Silver Emblem State Crops Contest . . . . . State Poultry Contest. . . . . . . . Bronze Emblem PRODUCTION ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE LOCAL FFA MEMBERS Number of Members in Arkansas City FFA Chapter ..................... Total Net Worth Invested in Farming ....... Average Investment Per Boy ........... Total Pounds of Beef Prpduced .... Total Pounds of Pork Produced . . Total Bushels Wheat Produced . . Total Bushels Milo Produced . Total Bushels Oats Produced . . Tons of Feed Produced ...... Total Pounds of Milk Produced . . . . . . 145.. State Better Chapter Contest . . ,Gold Emblem Group Championship Championship Championship Gold Emblem . . . . . . 49 . 560,084.10 . .S1,226.21 . . . .38,163 . . . 119,378 . . . 8,219 . . . 600 . . . 300 .... 40 ...84,000 ABOVE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Verla Schamahorn, Judy McMenomy, Donna Nelson, Susan Belt, Mary Neh- ring, Nancy Simpson, Delberta Severs, Dorothy Du- bach, Charlene Bowman, Alice Mullet. BELOW, LET T0 RIGHT: Judy Pappan Ruth Bow man, Carolyn Buckle, Barbara Green Judy Wilkin son, Norma Brown, Mary Bishop, Kathleen Baxter Darlene Fleming. ,lie Future I-lamerriakers Believe Thai Way Ta Farmers Heart ls Through Tummy Yum, yum, that sure does look tasty!! But, what is it? Why it's just another of the sensational dishes cooked upby the members ofthe Future Homemakers' Club, Yes, this is a club of girls who love to cook, sew, and clean house. This year, they served at the Future Farmers' banquet for parents, washed dishes and cleaned up after the F .F .A . Father, Son banquet, gave a party for the F .F .A . boys, and had a faculty tea. They also attended home demonstrations where they learned methods of lighting, cooking, and other matters necessary to the successful management of a home. The officers of this year's club were Susan Belt, President: Alice Mullet, Vice- Presidentg Nancy Simp- son, Secretary-Treas- urerg Mary Bishop, Song Chairmang Judith Wil- kinson, Historiang Donna Nelson, Student Coun- cilg Judy Pappan, Assist- ant Historian. Susan Belt President -46.- E velyn G arner Sponsor . 2 , 1 Helen Lyons Lloyd Buzzi Sponsor President SECOND ROW: Jim Butler, Marti Diana, Sara Reynolds, Lorraine Hummingbird, Lloyd Buzzi, " - Gerald Williams. FRONT ROW: Nancy Casey, V 1 A Lynn Cyrus, Pat Gibson, Juanita Sheldon, Bar- G m m O bara Rowan, Sonja Stephenson. Poco A Poco" 'Ihe Cactus Club is made up of second year Span- " ish students . According to the club's constitution, X , the motto of the club is, "Vamos aprendiendo poco lx a poco, " or, "We keep learning little by litt1e." The uf If purpose is to practice the Spanish language and to 2 PM familiarize members with customs and arts of the 'WW' Spanish Americans . Officers are Lloyd Buzzi, Pres- identg Pat Gibson, Vice-President, Nancy Casey, Sec- t , f retaryg Gerald Williams, Reporterg Lynn Cyrus, Pro- I , A , gram Chairmang jim Butler, Social Chairman. Science Club Plcms Projects ss . 3 The object of the Science Club is to promote in- of terest in science and to provide a common meeting place for those students who are interested in sci- ence. Members are encouraged to carry out a pro- ject. This project doesn't have to be done during the first year in the club. The projects are entered at different science fairs. SECOND ROW: L, O, Stinemetze, Richard Reeves, Dan McColl, Delbert Meeks, Kirk Downing. FRONT ROW: Victor Slavens, Katie McBride, Glenda Webster, Ted Lech ner. Ti I' 1 L. O. Stinemetze Dan McColl Sponsor President 1471 V' .' l -sk, iq! ,eg AV me T - -Q-I vs Q gf .. 2 S 'xx -Q, . X? 'T 5 K.. K I ly ' ' ll --ann FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Kenny Holloway Lefulaire Hutson Barbara Steffens Judy Thomas Janicel-lali Patricta Gibson Rebecca Mathiasmcier Ray Keady Ari Club Members Dobble In Point Vera Koontz Sponsor The Art Club is made up of students who have taken, or are taking art in school. Each mem- ber tries to produce one piece of artwork each six weeks . The officers of the club are Patricia Gibson, Presidentg Rebecca Mathiasmeier, Vice-Presidentg Barbara Steffens, Secretary- Treasurer. The sponsor is Vera Koontz, who also teaches art. Patricia Gibson President i491 Victory, Victory, ls Their Cry "Two bits, four bits, six bits, a dollar, all for Ark City stand up and holler." What would a game be without this familiar cheer echoing through the stands at least once? What would agame bewithout the six cheerleaders who have cheered theACHS teams to victory many times this year. Full of pep, they seem never to run down. These cheerleaders must attend all practices, Pep Club meetings, and games . Charlotte Dic kerman Head Cheerleader The cheering squad lends encouragement to the team as the Bulldogs fight on to victory. The cheerleaders lead a spirited crowd at the pep rally. J LEFT TO RIGHT: Frankie Williams, Patsy Hartman, Charlotte Dicker- man, Katy Fitch, Helen Truxel, Melinda Morris. -50.. 5-. 1 ... Kenneth Judd, sponsor, pauses fm 3 chat with head cheerleader, Charlotte Dickerman. f Q, . Doris Shanks Majorette TW ELFTH ROW Helen Shutler Pat Gibson Janice Barker Lynda Moore Nancy Green Lynn Cyrus Janet Bar ton ELEVENTH ROW Martha Gibson Sally Bucher Karol Lack Joanna Smith Sharon Reynolds Virginia Oli ver Sharon Goulden Pat Farnam Julia Morrison TENTH ROW Nancy Casey Kay Allison Gerelee Asbell Judy Keene Patty Howarth Judy Rich Martha Pond Barbara Steffens Marilyn Kinney NINTH ROW Megan Flick Janet Stone Tyler Marsh Sandra Steele Barbara Hawkins Nancy Mitchell Charlene Branch Judy Stone Sara Belt EIGHT H ROW Vera Davis Ruth Bowman Betty Iseminger Pat Squires Sharla Bliss Janice Guyot JoAnne Fitzgerald Karen Boggs JoLynn Clemente SEVENTH ROW Rose Gilhouse Diane Bishop Susan Hanna Mary Jane Adams Heather Hill Sandra Puritan Judy Thompson Ruth Ellinger Sue Guest SIXTH ROW Caro lyn Myers Joan Hatfield Pat Meters Marilyn Smith Katie Coyne Ruth Wilson Barbara Mathews Susan White FIFTH ROW Lorraine Hummingbird Blaine Taylor Twila Longshore Sherry Dunbar Judy Woodward Donna Scott Linda Asbell Glenda Cranford Barbara Bell FOURTH ROW Mary Sommers Edna Crane Andrea Hel sel Leta Fresh Monica Kellev Patricia Enz Carolyn Ewing Illa Cross Nila Cross THIRD ROW Barbara Rowan Joyce Bettes Charlote Barnes Brenda Williams Sonja Stephenson Carolyn Gann Gayrene Chambers Dor othy Dubach Charlene Bowman ROW TWO. Carolyn Foltz Nancy Webb Ruth Steiner Carolyn Iseminger Judy Thomas Susan Belt Darlene Parr Margaret Day Kay Rademacher FRONT ROW: Frankie Williams Patsy Hartman Charlotte Dickerman Katy Fitch Helen Truxal Melinda Morris. Majorette Doris Shanks Pep Club Slumuloles Enlhusiosm These peppy girls promote school spirit and stim- J ulate enthusiasm at athletic events throughout the year. - This year, material was bought to recover the trophy Judy Thomas Kenneth ,udd CHSCS. President Sponsor Busy-Fingered Journalists 1' 4Q Make Headlines Busy fingers and tired feet are but a part of the daily life of an ARK LIGHT staff member. This last summer, Marl- lyn Kinney, Sharon Reynolds, and Nancy Webb, accompanied by Mary Walker, spon- sor, attended the National Scholastic Press Association Convention in Chicago. In spite of the girls getting seperated on a downtown shopping spree, they managed to attend all the meetings to learn new trends in journalistic writing and newspaper pub- ligation, The staff members have received Fo1?0ND'RDavef Lynn . . . F z, M OW, Ord Clem much training and experience in the field ofGRON7. amy - Gan' Sham cute Lv. lk' 1711 5 RD Sz?n1DaaRcJhQ J journalism. The members are Urol, Iffw, Zokianei Page a'25ey,joE:10,, Marilyn Kinney, Edltor-1n- '3'FifCb' 'gent inc-J, ivC,,oILn Chief: Katy Fitch, Io Lynn Clemente, Feature Editors: Sharon Reynolds, Assist- ant-Edltor: Janlce Guyot, News Editor: David Lord, Sports Editor: Nancy Webb, Business Man- l ager: Eldon Eastman, Advertising Manager: Karen Boggs, Ex- change Editor: Gayle Pancake, Photographer: Carolyn Foltz, Jo Anne Fitzgerald, Circula- shave you eye: seen -iron R rant-EdIr2n:gdS. Asda wasn't talkingvenl-fhe she gabs ova ere telephone in Chlztel tion Managers . Cagg. qnlv""""' ,0- uf' -lien ebb. 088s ' fafuc Ma - Ulgrjgiyll kmu WIIHCQYQ Editor 3 0 3. r 4 i Exchange Editor, Karel? I 5 A I A ' g Boggs prepares stacks o SFUCY Webb, ,mold ' 5 papers for mailing list. Mrs. H V, 9 bgar was merely anng 3 C18-2r?????? N afojd i nce from Che! amusing lime ' 0. this Span Walk malty as "ll C! Lauck b remem- -bf Cf and m - 'HT' Edwards' ' Siler known I otion picture fameof radio, televmog ' u ..55.. "Ah, the last page, " says Nancy Webb SECOND ROW: Nancy Webb, Marilyn Kinney, Patsy Lawson, Diane Rine- hart, David Lord, FRONT ROW: Janet Barton, Becky Mathiasmeier, Jan- ice Guyot, Io Lynn Clemente, Frances Jennings, Lee Roy Dorman. Yearbook Sieii Presents Mirror .3 'li fs tl M. u ., 5 u Editor, as she draws up the final page of the MIRROR. We of the MIRROR staff hope to have presented to you a book that will continue through the years to furnish you with pleasant memories of this past school year. Staff members are Nancy Webb, Ed- itorg Patsy Lawson, Assistant Editor: Marilyn Kin- ney, Feature Editorg Janice Guyot, Business Mana- gerg David Lord, Senior Editorg Diane Rinehart, Sophomore Editor, JoLynn Clemente, Sports Editor, Frances Jennings, Typistg Lee Dorman Photo a- Marilyn Kinney, F eature Editor, checks copy for the organization pages. fix v 81' Mathiasmeier, Artists . Barton, Bec 333' X . Mrs. Faye Wallack has been the spon- sor of this year's MIRROR. Patsy Lawson, Assistant Editor, looks through a copy of last year's MIRROR. David Lord, Senior Editor, checks the names of all seniors with care. -54- Mrs. Harold Walker Sponsor Quill Arid Scroll Sharon Reynolds Secretary inne ' Q Work Uri Pictures 2' 'Fill those tablets with news before sixth hour class," laughed Mrs. Har- old Walker as she pinned Ark Light banners across the backs of each new Qulll and Scroll member on initiation day. Eldon Eastman, Marilyn Kinney Sharon Reynolds, and Nancy Webb left the joumalism roomto bravethe world and gather news as a good journalist should. Around each neck. was worn a new necklace made of green ribbon, bright colored pencils, and a little chicken. Why the chicken? Mrs. Walker says, 'The early bird gets the worm, and the early journalist gets the story. " One of the main . projects this year for the hon- mollly 32 orary society for high school st 0-9113 M 'Dore I journalists was to work on the "'17b1 afflyn Ifghts class picture cases in thehall- SICPS. es up Ihe f1nneY,0f Step-Y. .. Q3011d nfs She Nancy Webb, Marilyn K y. Sharon Eldon P, fa Helping out with the form al initiation are two of last year s members, Mary Cotter andRuth Heck. Here the group gobbles down sloppy joes as they watch television. 1811: of BELOW: At the NSPA dinner in Chicago, Sharon Reynolds, Nancy Webb, and Marilyn Kinney eagerly await the food. I O 09591-2 fl' deb! ldon E TI'C,gsZiZr77311 3 , N x 5 FOURTH ROW: Ray Langdale, Lyle Keefe, Allen Curless, Leon Morris, Charles Bradshaw. THIRD ROW: Phil Davis, Ted Hollembeak, John Rogers, Douglas Allen, Ronald Schuchman. SECOND ROW: A. F. Buffo, Dennis Graham, Ronald Stover, Herbert Cochran, David Pate. FRONT ROW: David Ruch, Charles Miller, Kenny Admire, Charles Branch. "---....,.,,, f'ltUDlJ1"l'lUN S l' Xl' I' l'ri-duuior. Manager thnrleu Hrlnrlv Nlukn--lip Foreman Allen Carla- I in-,type Foreman Lyle Kcefr yn... l"uren.a'. ,'..-irliil Alle! Steievtvper klllrlew Mlllt. l irmlype Operon. s li-fh Clhlk 'l'f-ll H-.Ill-vnbeai, lrnarl-u Hrunl., Lyle Keel- lnrmnn Wilson, Victor Berne-, Larry Flaming Vrgg Fnromzn D-fuglu Allen. Allen Cullen, Loon lurrll, RLY Llngrdule Vamp-,slim Apprentices Sophomore Prlutro Ark Lights PICTURED AT LEFT: A. F. Buffo Advisor 1'N,,,, . 1 qi Q: if -W L1 Douglas Allen, Press Foreman: Charles Branch, Production Manager, Allen Curless Make-up Foreman: Lyle Keefe, Linotype Foreman. -56- Roll GH Press The ARK LIGHT pro- duction staff has the im- portant job of printing our school paper which rolls off the press every two weeks. The "big four" consisting of Charles Branch, Produc- tion Manager, Allen Cur- less, Make-Up Foremang Lyle Keefe, Linotype Foremang Douglas Allen, with their assistants, are kept busy from one publi- cation to the next. Debcite Question Involves Economic Aid "Resolved: Direct economic aid to indivi- dual countries should be limited to technical assistance and disas- ter relief." This was the quesflon open for LEFT TO RIGHT: Irene Howk, Terry Shea, Sharon ' debate this year. There Hayes, Bob Kuhlmeier' were two second year debaters. Irene Howk. and Terry Shea, seniorsg and two first year deba- ters, Bob Kuhlmeier and Sharon Hayes . Jack 5'-'HOU Debate, Forensics Coach SECOND ROW: Jack Sutton, Bob Kuhlmeier, Tony Roberts, Terry Shea, Walt Cook, Jim Butler. FRONT ROW: Eilene Moore, Sharon Hayes, Tyler Marsh, Carol Stensaas, Irene Howk, Helen Shutler. Forensics Students Rote High At District "At the District Forensics festival, held in Wichita this year, the Ark City entries rated the highest of any from Ark City High in recent years,' said Coach Jack Sutton, upon announcing the ratings re- ceived . Those receiving one ratings are Nancy Casey, Helen Shutler, dramatic read- ing: Carol Stensaas, inform- ative speakingg jim Butler, manuscript reading. SECOND ROW Dwane Baker Gary Harp Walter Cook Donna -vl"' Speech Director Jack Sutton Nick e Don Blackwell Terry Shea FRONT ROW Eilene Moore Jo Lynn Clemente Irene Howk Florine McClure Mona Cam eron Nancy Casey NOT PICTURED Karol Lack buy Locke The little imp Aggie played by Donna S e X Nickle happily pulls away on her bubble um Y Y . play very dramatic scene. SECOND ROW. Don Meek Terry Shea Steve Hild David Lord Bob Kuhlmeier FRONT ROW: RoseDlckey Katy Fitch Tyler Marsh Glenda Webster Mona Cameron DinnaCon- seen NOT PICTURED: Helen Shutler Don- na Landrum, Bill Hollins. Oh T ler Marsh Kat Fitch and Steve Hild THE Tyler Marsh Mona Cameron and David Lord rehearse for opening night show SPEECH DEPARTMENT PRES ENTS Knnd lady CAST Lack Locke . Casey. . . Clemente I-Iowk. . . McClure . .PETER SANTARD . . Hild Shea . . . Cameron . Blackwell. Cook . . Harp . . Moore . . .AGGIE . . ..... Nickle Baker. . . Conseen -55- by EDWARD CHODOROV CAST 2 SERVANT .... Landrum MR. FOSTER .... Meek MARY I-IERRIES . . Marsh LUCY WESTON . Webster ROSE ........ Dickey PHYLLIS GLENNING Fitch HENRY ABBOTT . . . Shea ADA ....... Shutler DOCTOR ...... Hollins MR. EDWARDS . . .Lord MRS. EDWARDS Cameron ROSENBERG . . Kuhlmeler 6? 1'-'rl S Karen Boggs Sharon Reynolds Good Girl Citizen Girls' State They Are Stars In Qur Crown Linda Whaley Marilyn Kinney Girls' State Girls' State jY Vx ju- Y X 1 i 4 3 5 l J l I I . y 3 5 s ' Q , K ? Q 2 5 4 0 , I , l 5 1 I 'Fi THE BAND MEMBERS are - SENIORS: Da vid Baxter, Jim Belt, Don Blackwell Charlotte Brown, Patsy Lawson, Guy Locke, Craig McCorkle, Joan Munson, Fred Neet, Donna Nickle, Gayle Pancake, Robert Schooley, Leroy Shurtz, Charles Stebbins, Carol Stensaas, Mike Trollman, Lana Turner, Patty Weddle. JUNIORS: Jim Allee, Sheryl Becker, Melinda Bottomley, Iames Butler, Stanley Childs, Ronny Crane, Margaret Davidson, Marti Diana, Bill Ester, Tom Estes, Warren Fitzpatrick. Joan Gilmore, Jim Haskins, Mary Kappel, Helen McMullin, Bill Ohlhausen, Ronnie Por- ter, Larry Reasor, David Ruch, Sue Sanders, Gayle Sinclair, Forrest Stacy, Janet Stensaas, Raymond Walker. Bond ls Cn The March A roll of the drums, a blare of the trumpets, and the Arkansas City High School band is on the march again. The band, under the direction of August Trollman, performs on many occasions throughout the year. It plays for basketball and football games, Arkala- lah, and Veteran's Day. Each year, they play at the Hutchinson State Fair and they also march in numerous out-of-town parades . The flashy green and gold clad band ends the year with a gala picnic. THE ORCHESTRA MEMBERS are - SENIORS: David Baxter, Charlotte Brown, Gertrude Brown, Ruth Ann Hanlin, Irene Howk, Guy Locke, Craig McCorkle, Fred Neet, Donna Nickle, Gayle Pancake, Robert Schooley, Leroy Shurtz, Car- ol Stensaas, Mike Trollman, Lana Turner, Patty Weddle. JUNIORS: Charlotte Barnes, Sheryl Becker, Melinda Bot- tomley, Margaret Davidson, Joan Gilmore, Jim Haskins, Mary Kappel, Barbara Johnson, Helen McMullin, Linda Morton, Bill Ohlhausen, Sue Sanders, Gayle Sinclair, Forrest Stacy, Janet Stensaas, Raymond Walker, Glenda Web- ster. Q . ' 1 E Q s 3 S af? ,fffllllflf - -,, A iz: ,Lf Q'7'l . Q wwam f Glenda Webster, Gary White, JoAnn White. SOPHOMORES: Wayne Ammerman, Romona Balsters, Danny Bowker, Janet Bryant, Susan Bryant, Linda Burnett, Carol Cain, Sue Caughman, Joe Conely, Sue Cook, Karen Emery, Carl Fesler, Bob Fitzgerald, Darlene Fleming, Janet Galyon, Rakie Gilstrap, Charlotte Graves, Nancy Hale, Ellen Howk Bonnie Johnson, Janice Keown, Beverly Lancaster, Don Leach, Elaine Lord, Arnie Louthan, Mickie Madden, Mike Matthew, Charlene Moore, Kathleen Moore, Melinda Morris, Linda Newman, Jeralyn Pack, Ruth Ranke, John Rey- nolds, Joan Robertson, Bob Speece, Mary Todd, Dixie Weddle, Jim Whyte. Theres Qrcbeslro Music In The Air Violins and basses tuned, flutists, poised, and the Arkansas City High School orches- tra begins another outstanding musical appearance. This musical group is called upon to perform many times throughout the year. It plays for the coronation of the Arlcalalah queen, school plays, and graduation exercises . JoAnn White. SOPHOMORES: Ramona Balsters, Rosalee Bazil, Janet Bryant, Linda Burnett, Carol Cain, Sue Caugh man, Joe Conely, Karen Emery, Carl Fesler, Bob Fitzgerald, Darlene Fleming, Rakie Gilstrap, Charlotte Graves, Nancy Hale, Ellen Howk, Bonnie Johnson, Janice Keown, Beverly Lancaster, Elaine Lord, Arnie Louthan, Mickie Madden, Mike Mathew, Charlene Moore, Kathleen Moore, Melinda Morris, Linda Newman, Jeralyn Pack, Ruth Ranke, John Reynolds, Joan Robertson, Mary Todd, Dixie Weddle, Jim Whyte. l as ri gl Q Q P 8 lg f " XS-AH Q 1 12x 1 - I I MIK! 3.2 yy . ,i' ,aa A Robert Schooley Band President TWIRLERS: Donna Nickle, Glenda Webster, Whos Who In Music 2 if Patty Weddle Jo Ann White, Lana Turner. i x 'T-1. ' Q BAND OFFICERS: Leroy Shurtz, Arnie Louthan, Forrest Stacy, Craig McCorkle, Melinda Morris, Y Robert Schooley, David Baxter, Charles Steb- X bins, Charlotte Brown. 993'-S .il ORCHESTRA OFFICERS M1chaelTrollman Craig McCorkle David Baxter Forrest Stacy Drxre Weddle Donna Nrckle Jlm Haskins Sue Caughman Charlotte Brown Ruth Ann Hanltn Glenda Webster Donna Nickle Head Twirler Band Majorette - . V 1 Q , 4 . an ' . V 4 ' K A R 3 August Trollman 5 ' if ,,,r F Band and Orchestra X .,',:,'5-3, Ruth Ann Hanun Director :'.,5g,--,,, Orchestra President If fd' 3-ff,1" !'2 -62- THIRD ROW: Linda Newman, Janet Galyon, Pat Lyle, Beverly Lancaster, Rosalee Bazil. SECOND ROW: Mar- ilyn Smlth, Ruth Ellinger, Kathleen Coyne, Sue Guest, anet Br ant Donna Munson Gail Hutley FRONT ROW I y . . - 2 Carolyn Myers, Susan Bryant, loan Hatfield, Karen Em- ery, Elaine Lord, Ceola Hart, Janice Keown. Girls Letter In Sports Girls' Athletic Association is the only organization in high school which gives girls a chance to letter in sports . This year the girls met two or three times a week during basketball season in order to earn their letters . The or- ganization had two sponsors this year: Mrs. Louis Reynolds, first semester: Miss Nancy Cooper, second semester. Among their activities this year was a come-as-you-are breakfast sponsored by the officers . SY Celeste Reynolds Marilyn Kinney Sponsor President OFFICERS: SECOND ROW: Marilyn Kinney, President: Pat- FRONT ROW: Sharla Bliss, Sec- retary: Ja net Barton, Point Chair- mang Sharon Reynolds, Ark Light Reporter: Katy Fitch Stu- dent Council THIRD ROW: Charlotte Barnes, JoAnn White, Sue San ders, Sheryl Becker, Judy Woodward. SECOND ROW Brenda Williams, Patricia Enz, Charlene Branch Gay rene Chambers, Glenda Webster, Janet Stensaas FRONT ROW: Gayle Sinclair, Margaret Davidson, Loretta Mc Farland, Marian Jordan, Linda Cline, Rose Dickey THIRD ROW: Judy Thomas, Pat Fortenberry, Ruth Han lin, Patsy Lawson, Joan Munson. SECOND ROW: Linda Whaley, Rosetta Carter, Sharla Bliss, Janet Barton Jan ice Fluis, Sharon Reynolds, FRONT ROW: Katy Fitch Marilyn Kinney, Nancy Webb, Io Lynn Clemente Lawson, Vice-President. -5. K X ,N V fk-X ZFX X X X X x X X 65 P R g f xvX X X xjxfxlxl A Nfgif Q Nil . xy VQx X ' X. X .XX SXXXXX 'XXXxX W X XX XX l , X NA AX X XXXXX X X N QQXMQ xx NXX'- XXX X XX x i PX, X X' X XX XX F55 yy N VX X X' N XXX' X!! If ! XXV X U X xx XQ XXX VX XX, M X X 1 .3 fix X X X NQQ X 1 x X Q X 'xy Nu X X I, Q M! , X 6 l Lx l155" ' 'llgjd Bulldogs Don Valley Crown N , V... I X X I L -.. as 5 , L Q 'X , Bill Hollins Lloyd Buzzi Kirk Downing i ,ESM Fred Neet Charles Manney Richard Wilson -1 - ' g W ' ' 4,5 4, . xx X' A . I ' flu 9.x -' I .Qu 1-mi Wayne Giles Bnice Badley Steve Kanelakos COACHING STAFF: Bill Lyons, locker room coach, Ben Cleveland, asistant coachg Carl Jackson, head coachg Dean Gilstrap, assistant coachg Gearld Williams, locker room , Q. 1 -IQ "s.el.?-'l Ronald Atkins Gary Wahlenmaler Gary Lowrie m'.4"f5k' - . .s' -8 A , , , ' This run by Bill Hollins, senior set up the wln ning touchdown against Winfield at the home- coming game. FINAL STANDINGS ARK VALLEY W L T Arkansas City . . . . 4 0 l Winfield .... . . 3 2 0 Hutchinson . . . . 2 2 l E1 Dorado . . . 2 3 0 Wellington . . . . 2 3 0 Newton. . . . . l 4 0 .65- ' i'l - ig? e ,rflxe I y 1. , .eil '-' '- X 1 . . s X ' S f' 1- ms' 80'1i11,J141,lgBj in esta f is Li ' I' NV' THIRD ROW: Ronald Atkins, Ray Langdale, Steve Kanelakos, Bruce Badley, Gary Wahlenmaier, Lloyd Buzzi, Tom Gibson, Jerry Stone, Frank Brown, Bob Williams, Bill Hollins. SECOND ROW: Ed Erickson, James Judie, Richard Wilson, Gary Guest, Fred Neet, Wayne Giles, Charles Manney, Steve Sherwood, Mike Hays, Gary Lowrie, Dick Sentel. FRONT ROW: Ronald Stover, Walter Foster, Dick Martin, LeClair Hutson, George Naden, Roger Todd, Ed Loomis, Gary Harp, Benny Kloxin, Bruce Sherwood. Cinching the Ark Valley crown, the '57-'58 Bulldog football team ended a victorious season November ll, by defeating the Winfield Vikings 14-O. The only blot on the valley championship team's record was a 13-13 tie with the Hutchinson Salt Hawks . In a non- league game they were defeated by Wichita West. The Bulldogs, with a final standing in the valley of 4-0-1, led the Ark Valley race the entire season. At the close of the sea- son the Bulldog team held down the number ten spot on the state football ratings. One out- standing player, Bill Hollins, fullback, was the top scorer in the Ark Valley throughout the season. THIRD ROW: William Hall, Dan Trillo, John Rameriz, Terry Downing, Tom Kuhlmeier, Steve Sher- wood, Dorch Bradford, Dick Martin, Ted Welton, Frank Theis. FRONT ROW: Ronny Schuchman, Carl Fesler, Jerry Hagan, Lyndal Sloan, Walter Foster, Ronnie Harger, Larry Keady, Rex Stover, Don Shiffer- decker. .QV ,au.afra,,i , I, - RAW-A ' , ,.,,. - ,361-"1 . ' ' ia. M..- ...', 5 -..- ff IT , 5 - ncvlfab ' , ,..,, ., Q Jenice Guyet Rejagnp As Football Queen 1.1--Y .au eb' 5. " g Wt 4-51 1 K , Uiguiw . ,J Q 3 -av .qi IU' f'f'W hs. anet Barton Attendant iw- AF 'Q' 3'--S. Q- REGULAR S EASON GAMES Here There Ark City Winfield . . . 43-54 52-56 Ark City Wellington . . . 52-47 58-56 Ark City El Dorado . . . 45-56 47-73 Ark City Altamont. . . 55-31 28-25 Ark City Ponca City . . . 50-59 40-45 Ark City Hutchinson. . . 54-62 44-43 Ark City Newton ...... 34-44 43-70 Ark City-Independence. . . 42-67 Ark City Wichita East ....... 38-56 FINAL ARK VALLEY STANDINGS l. Newton 2. El Dorado 3. Hutchinson 4. Ark City-Winfield 5. Wellington LEFT TO RIGHT: Ted Hollembeak, Jerry Stone, Lloyd Buzzi, Loye Sparks, Tom Gibson, and Coach Don Valliere clasp hands in a pre-game huddle. Bullclogs Tolse Second Ploce Reoionol Trophy Ark City's Bulldogs started out the basketball season with what looked like on paper a losing team. But the boys, with a true desire to win, prac- ticed long hours and went on to fin- ish ln a tie for fourth place in the Ark Valley, and take second in the Re- gional tournament which took place in Winfield. First of all, they defea- ted Derby 53-82. The Bulldogs then knocked off Wichita Southeast, a tournament favorite. In the finals, Wichita East proved too much for the shorter Ark City team, and won the game 48-30. "ln view of the great inexperlence with which we started the season, I think the boys made remarkable progress. This group of boys showed as fine an attitude to- ward coaching, and a willingness to co-operate as any team I have ever coached, " remarked Coach Valliere. , P ii-mar 9 png- ' N 4 I :N 5 H ' SERV' t l 5 fc X 4 3. , , SECOND ROW: Steve Sherwood, Jim Ibach, P ul Hanshew, Mike Hayes, Loye Sparks. Jerry Stone, Bill Hollins Coach Don Valliexe. FRONT ROW: Kirk Downing, Jim Haskins, Gary Harp, Forrest Stacy, Walter Foster, Ted Hollembeak, Lloyd Buzzi, Tom Gibson. 1 I ' 4' H3413 y J mum: Q Qi t fl? ff? I L v . i nu I A K ' X if O V x P 1 Yi Rx X ., I : . F v 2 I- if , I ya-I Ns.. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Benny Cleveland, Ronnie Harger, Phil Coffelt, Franklin Thels, Don- ald Schifferdecker, Terry Downing, Benny Kloxin. FRONT ROW: Dick Martin, James Judie, Jerry Pappan, Dortch Bradford, Larry Schurtz, Don Huffman, Jerry Schones. ..71.. .fys CE.: ,- i - s h fy, .S- -ou 4 - - - u t Q K I I 1 i FOURTH ROW: Charles Naden, Jim Ibach, Lende1lCoakrun, Ronald Stover, Bill Hollins practices Danny Hayes, Joe Hathcoat. THIRD ROW: Dan Trillo, Jim Blatchford, John for the shot put event. Remirez, Don Schifferdecker, Gerald Williams, Jim Haskins, Bud Stacy. SECOND ROW: Jerry Hagan, Pat Stark, Richard Dickerman, Mike Hayes, George Naden, Ray Langdale. FRONT ROW: Frank Brown, Bill Hollins, A Lloyd Buzzi, Walter Foster, Kirk Downing. J .Q ,q J ' .Z AGS . I , , X. , X- B-ff , Carl Jackson Track Coach Bob Williams prepares for the high jump. Trock Season Gpens Al Wichita X There was a large number of boys out for track this season: however, there were very few seniors on the squad, and only four lettermen. The lettermen were Kirk Downing, Bob Williams, seniors: and Ed Erickson, Lloyd Buzzi, juniors. The first track meet of the season was the Wichita East Invitational. 91 Get on your mark, get set, gol l! lt's Lloyd Buzzi, Frank Brown, and Gary Harp practicing for the 880 yard relay. FIFTH ROW: Jerry Pappan, Rex Stover, Bob Williams, Paul Hanshew. FOURTH ROW: Tom Gibson, Loye Sparks, Jary Stone, Ted Hollembeak, Dennis Graham. Ronald Schuchman. THIRD ROW: Larry Shurtz, Benny Kloxin. Guy Hagan. SECOND ROW: Bruce Sherwood, Ted Welton, Terry Downing, Tom Kuhlmeier, Dick Martin, Roger Todd. FRONT ROW: Gary Lowrle, Ed Loomis, Frank Theis, George Boyer, Jerry Schones, Don Huffman. ,X I Kr. Q C I 5' ' 1 ' is 'fl L QI ' s " X t Q .i C 1 U . ' ' 'Q-+91 ' ROV fred' . Bea Sweoav X:-N1 . E11 E935 SX ebbins 1605865 Cmtw RY' bode' ' en '50 7 X BA 0 - CK S Ro H clzooley' Fred N afles S eq. St tab . eVe G Ins Ray ay' John Rctcketeers Hove Four Returning Letterrnen This year's tennis team was rich in experience. The team consisting of five soph- omores, three juniors, and five seniors, had four re- turning lettermen. J. C. Louderback was the new tennis coach for the team this year. fu Ma""f'1g Plngq- FR0 Nr Row: UH 7" 1 BACK ROW: John Pingry, Ronny Harger, Wayne Brown, Steve Sha- wood, John Wilson, Arnie Louthan, Ray Manning. FRONT ROW: Herb Chochran, Fred Neet, Robert Schooley, Charles Stebbins, Steve Gay, Gary White. -731 Rob en 5. J. C. Louderback Tennis Coach .-xx . It . n '- Au I " I 1 ,, , . U I I G fi In Stev e W right Letterman Lg 1 P.. 'r F SECOND ROW: Herman Wood, Rick Steffens, Stevelay, Charles Manney, Steve Wright Bruce Lasata, Charles Sewell. FRONT ROW: Rakie Gilstrap, Frank Staley, Larry Reasor Carl Fesler. Bill Lyons, Steve RosS. S ev' eu Ch atlgi a Ch wanna' .. le Ch Sandman 1.4 ,M Q, ff? if lfhs V H erm an Wood Letterman Frank Staley Letterman Golfers Strive For Low Score- Unlike most athletics, golf is a sport in which the lower score is the better. Because of rainy weather, the season was slow getting started. -74- W 035 Hxmn Go Ark City!!! Yep, it's another rousing pep rally. No, no, it can't be!!! But it is. Miss Liberty and Abe have changed their names. Boys will be boys! I! Or will Steve Wright and Fred Fair- they? What??? Girls caring more about their souped up child work on experiment in jetmobiles than boys? Oh! This will never be!! Or the chemistry lab. will it? li Mom will never believe you when you Larry Pike!! Shame on you! ! Remember the crowded stairways between tell about that big washing you put out Take your thumb out of your classes? today. mouth. ..76? "Well, ya see coach, it was this way. 13 lk The Pep Club proved that a little elbow grease goes a long way. Here the girls are polishing the school trophies. xi X Class was seldom like this!!! 'This morning I would like to show you some- thing you have probably never seen before, especlally you boys." 985 ull' 5 is 'This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed home. . . " J ' 4 4-- Q 4-s -, Y B , , if 'sl N 1 E -al This is a fluffy duck??? Linda Whaley, senior, wrote the 'Senior Farewell." WAS Z-0110 in Humber 12? C At the CARE Talent Assembly, Barbara wapp interprets a song through the use of Indian sign language. , 2- ""----5,1 "I choose Sharon Reynolds," King of Hearts Steve Wright shyly said upon being asked to choose his queen at the annual Valentine dance. xv Hiri- My..-H Many ACHS students will always remember the funny pantomimes Tyler Marsh and Doris Shanks presented in assemblies. Rockin', RoIlin', Anthony Roberts, accompanied by Steve Kanelakos and Charles Stebbins, was one of the performers of the program. Sure and B' gorry we have a little lass, Joanna Smith singing the beloved songs of Ireland. Who could forget Helen Shutler's performance in the CARE Talent Assem- Above is part of the false ceiling which added to the beauty bb' when She Sans 'I of the Valentine dance decorations. Cafff 535' N0- 180- BUSIDOSS SUIOSCIIDOIS lhe staff wishes to thank the follouing szzbscribcfrs to the 1958 Minor IONG DRUG STORL PHILI IP S IEVNEI ERS WRIGHT BURTON HARDWARE GO PURITY CAPE BRUCE s PINE PASTRIPS JARVIS AU'I O SUPPI Y WOODS LUMBER CO ARK CITY MOTOR CO NEW MAN DRY GOODS CO THE SHOE MART DEIBEL S PROEI ICH S SHOES KELLEY GRAY MEN S WEAR FURNITURE MART TUBBS MOTOR CO BECK'S SUNDRIES EDDIE'S STUDIO ART CLEANERS SHANKS GROCERY LEMERT WHOLESALE CO. SHAW OLDSMOBILE CO. SMITH'S IEWELERS BRYANT HARDWARE CO. ROSS E BLY, INC. ..81- BELEW JEWELRY STORE AI BERT S DRUG STORE IEW IS TEI EVISION SERVICE MODE O DAY FROCK SHOP KINTZEI TYPEW RITER CO GROVES OII CO PHE NEW ERA MILLING CO SHUTLER S MARKETS MCDOWELL IEW ELRY STORE ACTON MANUFACTURING ING A H BUTCHERS A S T EQUIPMENT SEELEY MUSIC STORE CORNISH STUDIO FITCH S MUSIC STORE MERCER IMPLEMENT CO. WALT RICKEL DRUGS DYE'S MARKET ALLISON-QUICK sl BUZZI, INC STEW POT CAFE MANLY PHOTO SUPPLY gl GIFT SHOP MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO DR. M. J. MARNIX HAROLD gl ALYCE LUNCH ZERO LOCKERS ,ca-f. -. Janice Cuyot was crowned football queen by Ted Hollembeak President of Student Council Dan Smith was her escort A night of dreams was the night of th Dance After placing the crown on her royal brow escort Steve Wright gives Queen Sharon traditional kiss e Homecoming At the Homecoming Dance, her majesty, Queen Janice, is mrrounded by her attendants, Sharon Reynolds and Janet Barton. Goshl It just couldn t be me exclaims Sharon Reynolds after being announced basketball queen Happy subjects await ln the background for an opportunity to con gratulate their queen The attendants are Katy Fltch Janet Bar IDU and Charlotte Dickerman -82 Y I .' s , Y 5 . Q I f .. . , .. I P 7 Y , px f , l . . . . . . o 1 a , ' . , . l U Hot dogs peanuts popcorn! Step There now boy Cheerleaders Frankre You Sophomore sneers the right up says Kay Allison Thts con Wrllrams Katy Fttch Charlotte Drcker mrghty senior as the sophomore cesslon stand was a favorite spot at foot man Helen Truxal Patsy Hartman and hldes her face rn frrght ball games. Melinda Morrts gathe around Bulldog mas Ladies and gettlemen the starting line up for tonrght ls The announcer rs Terry Shea assisted by Tony Roberts and Jack Sutton cot Tuffy SHN THOSE Diff W D we celebrated a Tlus rs a DICIUIB of the co captatns Gary Lowne and Bruce Badley the coach Carl Jackson and the athletrc drrector Amos Curry They are holdrng the frrst place trophy whrch has just been presented cha mpronshrp Vtctory Day Remember the posters put up around the halls of ACHS before the games These were done by the posta' com mittee of the Pep Cluo The victortous team rrdes through the streets of town on the1r royal coach a are truck Just rn trme for the basketball season the new school bus arrrved .85- I .Y T r., J I E I 51- 'Ns' ' - 1 A X Q N i V H1 r, Q' 'Q X N A A ,ff 5 x Y ., , " ' , QF 714, Q -s. Tug .,t!"' . S . o - a . ' - - , Q - ' ' I H - Es. -' 5, A J f Pg Zak ATS f I 1 A ,...g 2 - After vrlnning the Ark Valley 5 X ' . 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1 2 Music Manta 1 2 Band l 2 Ltbrar1an2 Orchestra 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 Cheerleader 1 2 3 Head Cheerleader 3 Shorthand Club 2 3 Treasurer 2 So cial Chairman 3 Conference Officer 1 2 Vice Presl dent 1 Treasurer2 KIRK DOWNING F T A 2 3 Treasurer 3 Science Club 1 2 3 Hi Y 1 2 3 Secretary 2 Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Track 1 2 3 Lettermen sClub 2 Scholardrlp 3 Conference Officer 1 2 Secretary 1 P T S A Representative 2 RICHARD DUNCAN A 1 CAROLYN EASH Y Teen 2 3 Conference Officer 1 3 President 1 Vrce President 3 BOB EATON SYLVIA EGGENS Y Teen 1 2 3 ELDON EASTMAN Student Council 2 F F A 1 2 3 Vice Presrdent 2 President 3 District Swine Award 2 Local Star Farmer Award 2 Class Officer 2 President Conference Office 2 Vtce President Ark Ltght Staff 3 Ads Manager Quill and Scroll 3 Treas urer ,841 Q 37 JA- ,Q O. -1 41 , " ' 'I' F.T.A. 3: F'.131.'A. 2,3, Presiiieht 3: Pep Club ag Speech EDWARD CROSS- - - Primins 1.2. 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"z ...F.F..,2,3. f' SENIOR ACTIVITIES - f A 'lf FRED FAIRCHILD H1 Y 1 2 3 Secretary 3 Span rsh Club 2 Conference Offxcer 1 P T S A Repre sentatrve KATY FITCH F T A 3 Ark Light Staff 3 Feature Edltor Pep Club 1 2 3 Cheerleader 1 2 3 C A A 2 3 Lettered 2 3 Student Councrl Repre SCHIBIIVC 3 Shorthand Club 2 Speech 2 3 Speech Play 3 Speech Play Stage Crew 2 BasketballQueenAt tendant 3 Class Offrcer 2 Student Councll Represent attve Conference Offrcer 1 Secretary .IO ANNE FITZGERALD Y Teen 1 2 3 Symphomc Choir 2 3 Skits O Franra 2 3 Messiah 1 2 3 Musto Contest 2 3 Ark Lrght Staff 3 Crrculatron Manager Drrll Team 1 2 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 Usherettes2 3 Shorthand Club 3 JANILE FLUIS Y Teen 1 2 3 Secretary Inter Club Councll 3 Symphomc Chotr 2 3 Sluts O Frania Z 3 Messrah 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 Pep Club 1 G 1 2 3 Lettered 1 Shorthand Club 2 3 CAROLYN FOLTZ A 1 2 3 Y Tee Ark Light Staff 3 Clrculatton Manager Pep Club 3 Shorthand Club 2 3 Prestdent 'I PATRICIA FORTENBERRY Science Club 1 2 3 Y Teen3 G A A 1 2 3 Letteredl 2 3 Speech2 3 Speech Play Stage Crew 2 3 ROBERT FOSTER H1 Y 1 2 3 Speech 3 Speech Play Stage Crew 3 Messrah 3 Golf 1 2 Conference Offrcer 2 3 Presrdent STEVE GAY Symphomc Chorr 2 Sklts O Frania 2 Messlah 1 Tennrs 1 2 3 Class Offlcer 2 Vtce Presr dent Conference Officer 3 Prestdent Music Contest 2 WAYNE GILES Football 1 2 3 Lettermen s Club .IAMES GOATLEY A Club 1 2 Shorthand Club 2 3 GARY GUEST Football 2 3 Track 2 JANICECUYOT F T A 2 3 Vrce Pres1dent2 Pres1dent3 Y Teen 1 2 3 Vtce Prestdent 2 3 Sym phontc Cholr 2 3 Skxts O Franta 2 3 Messiah 2 3 Glee Club 1 Mtrror Staff 3 Busmess Manager Ark Ltght Staff 3 News Edrtor Drrll Team 2 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 Vlce Prestdent 2 Usherettes 1 2 3 Good G1rl Ctuzen Nommee 3 Football Queen 3 Assembly Com mrttee 2 Conference Offrcer 1 Presrdent RUTH ANN HANLIN Y Teen 3 Orchestra 3 Pres tdent G A A 3 Lettered 3 Musrc Contest 3 LELAND HAMBLIN H1 Y 1 Symphonic Chou 3 Messrah 3 Conference Offtcer 2 Vrce Presrdent Glee Club 2 ROLAND HAMM A STERLING HATFIELD ONETA HIGHLEY Symphomc Chotr 2 3 Sklts O Frania 2 3 Messtah 1 2 3 Musto Contest 2 3 Glee Club 1 THEODORE HOLLEMBEAK Student Council 3 Pres rdent Prrntrng 1 2 3 Prtnters Gutld 1 Basketball 2 3 Track 1 2 3 Class Officer 1 President Confeence Officer 1 2 3 President BILL HOLLINS Student Counctl 1 Symphonic Choir 1 Mestah 1 2 Glee Club 1 Speech 3 Speech Play 3 Football I 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Track 1 2 3 Let termen s Club 1 2 IRENE HOWK F N A 2 3 President 3 Y Teen 1 2 3 Band 1 2 Orchestra 1 2 3 Mustc Contest 1 2 Messtah 1 3 Speech 2 3 Speech Play 2 3 Debate 2 3 Forens1cs2 3 BOB HUNT F F A 1 2 3 Secretary 2 Vlce President 3 Agricultural Judging Contests 1 2 District Soil and Water Manager Award 2 Tennis 1 LE CLAIRE HUTSON Art Club 3 Poster Contest 1 2 3 Track2 Football2 3 CAROLYN ISEMINGER Y Teen 1 2 3 Secretary 3 Pep Club 3 Shorthand Club 2 3 CHARLENE IENNINGS Y Teen 1 Glee Club 1 2 Messiah 1 2 3 FRANCES IENNINGS Student Council 3 F N A 2 3 Student Council Representatrve 3, Y Teen 1 2 3 Hrstorlan and Publicity Chairman 3 Mtn-or Staff 3 Typist Usherettes 3 Shorthand Club 2 3 RODNIW JOHNSON DELORUS .IOICE Pep Club 3 JAMES IUDIE Symphonic Choir 2 3 Skirts O Frania 2 3 Mesiah 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Track 1 2 LettemensClub 1 Music Contest 2 3 STEVE KANELAKOS Student Council 3 Treasure Symphonic Chorr 2 3 Ark High Singers 3 Sklts-O Frania 2 3 Mesiah 2 3 Music Contest 2 3 Class Of fice 3 President Football 1 2 3 Track 1 2 Letter men's Club 2 3 LYLE KEEFE Punting 1 2 3 Printers Guild 1 Ark Ltght Production Staff 3 MARILYN KINNH Qurll 8: Scroll 3 Presrdent Ark Light staff 3 Edltor in Chief Mlrror staff 3 Feature Editor Student Council 1 2 3 Soc1alChai.rman 2 3 F N A 3 Science Club 2 Secretary Treasure Y Teet 1 2 3 President 2 Inter Club Council 2 Plan 1st 3 Symphomc Choir 3 Messiah 3 Skits-O Frania 3 G1rls State 2 Good Girl Citizen Nominee 3 Conference Office 1 2 Student Council Representative 1 Vice Journalism Convention 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 Student Counc1lReptesentative 2 DrillTeam 1 2 3 G A A 1 2 3 lettered 1 2 3 President 3 DELORES KISER Y Teen 2 3 JIM KITTRFLI Football 1 Basketball 1 Track 1 Conference Officer 2 Vrce President Scholarship 3 BOB KUHLMEIER Hi Y 2 Speech 2 3 Speech Play 3 Speech Play Stage Crew 2 3 Debate 3 Forensics 3 Track 1 Conference Officer 2 Vice President .IANE LABRUE KAROL LACK F N A 1 3 Y Teen 1 2 3 Inter Club Council 3 DrillTeam 2 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 G A A 1 2 Letteed 1 2 Confeence Office 2 Sec retary Speech 3 Speech Play 3 PATSY LAWSON Y Teen 1 2 3 Mtrror Staff3 Assistant Edltor G A A 1 2 3 Lettered 1 2 3 Vice President 3 Speech 3 Speech Play Stage Crew 3 Glee Club 3 Messiah 3 Music Contest 1 2 Music Mania 2 3 Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 GUY LOCKE H1 Y 1 2 3 Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 Music Mania 2 3 Speech 3 Speech Play 3 EDDIE LOOMIS Symphomc Choir 2 3 Skits-O Franta 2 3 Mesiah 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 Music Con test 2 3 Football 1,2 3 Track 1 2 3 Lettermen's Club 3 DAVID LORD A T A 3 Hi Y Treasure 3, Mirror staff 3 Senior Editor Ark Light Staff 3 Sports Editor Speech 3 Speech Play 3 GARY LOWRIE Football 1 2 3 Baskeball 1 2 Track 1 2 3 Lettemen s Club 1 2 Junior College Scholardtip 3 Football Co Captain 3 KATHLEEN LYLE Y Tee: 1 85- , 74 JA- R 'gy GT A 'I Q1 5 , 5 , ' I - - . 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