Coldwater High School - Eagle Yearbook (Coldwater, KS)
- Class of 1959
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We are happy to dedlcate th1s volume of
the Eagle to Mr Vlctor W11moth who for
two years has been our sponsor and who has
adv1sed us vv1th kmdness and understandmg
The Semor Cla ss
In behalf of the faculty I would hke to express our appre
c1at1on to you the Seruors of 1956 for your co operatxon
dependabthty and wrlhngness to accept leadershrp ICSPOHS1
Dthttes durmg the past four years We trust that the educauon
al advancement whrch you have made wh1le 1n hlgh school
w1l1 serve as a foundatton upon whtch you may contmue to
I trust that each of you w111 secure a copy of th1s school
annual In future years rt w111 be a most pleasant pastrme to
reread and re11ve your h1gh school expertences Iwlsh you the
best of luck rn your hfe s endeavors
EugeneE Luse Superrntendent
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Secretaries - 1956
Secretary - 1955
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Principal, Sixth Grade
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Glee Club 2-3 -4g Mixed Chorus 2-
3-4g Band 1-2-33 Kayettes 1-2:
Junior Playg Senior Playg Annual
Staffg Football Attendant 25 Foot-
ball Queen 4g Class President 4g
Trumpet Trio 2g Librarian 3-4,
Vice President Girls' Glee Club 1-
2-3-4g Mixed Chorus 3-4g Pep Club
1-2-3-45 Kayettes 1-25 Cheerleader
4g Class Vice President 4g Annual
Staffg Girls' State 3g Junior Playg
Speech Festival 3-4,
Secretary -Treasurer Band 1-2 -33
Pep Club 1-2-3 -45 Girls' Glee Club
2-3-4g Junior Playg Senior Playg
NHS 2-3-4g NHS Secretary 3g Class
President 3g Class Secretary-Treasub
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Typist 4g Clarinet Trio 2-3g Clarinet
Footba1l5 Trackg Boys'
Glee Club5 Mixed Chorus
1-2-3-45 Band 1-2-35
Junior P1ay5 Senior P1ay5
Boys' State 35 "C" Club
2-3-45 Class President 25
FFA 1-25 Class Vice Presi
dent 35 Boys' Quartette
1-3-45 Trombone Quar-
Girls' Glee Club 1-2-
3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3-
45 Mixed Chorus 1-2-
3-45 Kayettes 1-25
Junior Play5 Annual
Staffg Librarian 3-4,
FFA5 "C" Club5 Boys'
Glee Club 1-2 -3-45
Football 1-25 Basket-
ball 1-3-45 Track 1-
3-45 Mixed Chorus
LUE RITA BAILEY
Glee Club 2-3-45
Mixed Chorus 2-3-45
Band 1-2-35 Pep Club
1-2-3-45 Kayettes 1-
25 Annual Staff5
Librarian 45 Senior
Boys' Glee Club 1-2-
3-45 Band lg Junior
Play5 Mixed Chorus
1 -2-35 Boys' Quartette
Glee Club 2-3 -45 Pep
Kayettes 1-25 Band
Chief on Annualg
Trumpet Trio 2.
Footba1l5 Glee C1ub5
"C" Club5 Mixed
Chorus 1-2 -3-45 FFA
1-2-35 Track 35 Senior
Playg Basketball 1-25
A Cappella Choir 1-
35 Intramural Champ
Boys' Glee Club 1-2-
3-45 Mixed Chorus 1-
2-3-45 FFA 1-2-3-45
Band 1-2-35 Junior
Play: A Cappella Choir
3-43 Boys' Quartette
2-3-45 Speech Festival
45 Vocal Solo 3-4,
Girls' Glee Club 1-2-
3-43 Mixed Chorus 3-
45 Band 1-2-35 Pep
Club 1-2 -3 -45 Kayettes
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25 Football Attendant
35 Senior Play,
Football 2 3 4 Basket
ball 1 2 4 All State
Football 4 All Western
Football 4 C Club
3 4 Junior Play Track
Kayettes 15 Pep Club
1-2-3-45 Girls' Glee
Club 1-2-3-45 Mixed
Chorus 3-45 Speech
Band 1-35 Boys' Glee
Club 1-2 -3-45 Boys'
Trio 45 Mixed Chorus
1-2-3-4: A Cappella
Choir 4g Trombone
Glee Club 1 2 3
Band 1 2 M1xedChorus
2 3 PepClub1 2 3
4 Basketball Candidate
3 Kayettes 2
Girls' Glee Club 1-2-
3-45 Mixed Chorus 45
Pep Club 1-2-3-45
Kayettes 1-25 NHS 2-
3-45 Annual Staff 45
Senior Playg Basketball
Footballg Glee Club 1-
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Kays 15 Speech Festival
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Club 2-3-4: Senior Play:
Junior Play: A Cappella
Choir 3-4: Trombone and
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Speech Festival 4: Band
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Glee Club 1-2 -3 -4:
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Band 1-3: "C" Club 4:
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DONALD WALLACE . A
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Back row, left to right: I. Richards, I. Vance, L. Little, J, Peterson, H. Monroe, M. Diemer, B. Blake, M,
Atteberry, N. Barnes, A. Barnhart. Second row: P. Marley, D. McVey, L. Lytle, S. Henderson, E. Carter,
D. Lousch, R. Young, L. Colter, D, Kimberly, V. Kropf, G, Wilmoth, B, Love, I. Deewall, Bottom row: W.
Beeley, I. Bowman, G. Morgan, S. Brass, I. Mclntyre, R, Blount, B. Iarnagin, B. Uselman, R. Wimmer, L.
Allen, C. Coople,
F Wh Grade
Front row, left to right: G. Hadley, M. Deewall, R. Beeley, M, Daily, K, Colter, G. Smith, D. Hilt,
I. Coles, Second row: M. Alder, C, Craig, B. Cantwell, P. Lytle, P, Herd, G. Weber. Third row: M.
Snyder, Teacherg M. Crouse, B. Cooper, D. Brown, L. Trummel, H. Jones. Fourth row: G. Gregg, L.
Williams, M, Brass, C. Griffith. Fifth row: I. Alexander, D. Dirks, E. Stotts, L. Vierling, M. Cant-
Back row, left to right: A. Luse, M. Neukirch, H. Kropf, I. Allen, Second
row: Mrs. Hawes, Teacher, I. Wimmer, D, Parcel, W. Bliss, C. Bain, J,
Sanders. Third row: M. Colter, S, Stalcup, V. White, B. Buhl, S. Wasinger
S. Nicholson. Fourth row: I. Booth, B. Barns, M. McCoy, S. McEnterfer, D.
Barnhart, D. Alder, C. McIntyre. Fifth row: I. Cole, D. Byram, D. Krohn,
D Hadley C Brass T Richardson
Back row, left to right: I. Allen, J, Wasinger, R, Wright, F, Peterson, T, Burnett. Second row: V, Morris,
Teacher, I, Lahar, E, Herrington, C. Brass, L. White, L. Rathbun, Third row: L. Overocker, C, Rathbun,
F, Gilchrist, S, Ludwick, S, Love, B, Alexander, S. Carrithers, I, Paul, R. Smith, R, Smith, B, Dirks, R.
Deyoe, D. Butcher, D, Carter, R. Northern. Fourth row: G. Tolan, J, Kinberly, E.Boisseau, I, White, G,
Mclntyre, M, Jameson, J. Davis.
Back row, left to right: P. Schultz, M. Brown, C. Crouse, B, Fuller, J, Weber, T, Lousch, Second row:
B.I. Herd, K, Hackney, M, Steele, H. Herd, T, Richardson. Third row: L. Paul, M. Vierling, S.
Courson, B. Bilyeu, L, Little, G. Bramlett, G, Kirby, B, Cline, B, Barlow, C. McIntyre, J. Bowman,
B, Byram, R, Emerson, Fourth row: J. Lemo W N' h
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J, Hecht, P, Fausett, Teacher,
Back row, left to right: M, Steele, D. Herd, N. Zielke, V. Snidle, J, Vance
M, Burnette, C, Peterson, T, White, R. McGinness, S, Overrocker, Second
row: D, Beeley, G. Wallace, T. Kettewell, T, Moores, I. Alder, B. Bird, C
Timmons, J, White, B. Stark, M. Crouse, K, Ditgen, L, Schroeder, C. Wil-
liams, J. Coles, K. Malone, C. Cummings, R, Pepperd, Fourth row: C. Burt,
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Attendants, Sandra Prophet,
Judith Lenertz, Heather Alder,
Attendants, Gwen Burditt, Rochelle Deewall, Anita White,
James Monroe, Larry Lousch, Dick Herd, Jon Swisher,
DEWAYNE DUNBAR, End: ROGER LOUSCH, Right
End: DAYLE HEFT, Left End,
EARL MCVEY, Right Halfg RICHARD EVANS, Half-
backg ION SWISHER, Quarterbackg MAX MCINTYRE,
Halfbackg DON WILLIAMS, Left Half,
Coach, DALLAS PITTINGER, Assistant Coach, RAY
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Ford ---- - - 5 - - - -2
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Protection - - - - 2 - - - -5
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JERRY HEFT, Right Tackle: MAX TAYIDR, Right
Tackleg DARREL BILYEU, Left Tackle,
CLAY MORRIS, Left Guardg GEORGE USELMAN,
Left Guardg LARRY MEYERS, Right Guard.
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COLORS: Navy and White MOTTOg You climb the Ladder Which You Build
In September, 1952, there landed upon the shores of C,H,S, , a large number of strangers, who were
seeking wisdom, Being shaken in spirit from their rough voyage upon the sea of inexperience, they were
quite frightened by the three tribes already inhabiting this realm. There were the Sophomores, wild and
reckless, who were always ready to jump upon the newcomers, attacking them with sarcasm and ridicule
A tribe of greater power, but not so willing to afflict the strangers, was the Juniors, The chief settlers,
the Seniors, who wouldn't lower themselves to the newcomers, kept themselves busy eluding the Rulers,
or faculty members, and in the pursuit of knowledge just before struggles known as exams. The members
of the strange group were called Freshmen, which in the language of the realm means "green, " They
were thirty-four in number, and for the purpose of protection and mutual advancement, they organized
and elected the following officers: Jerry Heft, presidentg Richard Bean, vice-president, Charles Caywood,
secretary-treasurer, ln spite of their greenness, the new colonists made rapid progress. They obtained
strong footholds in algebra, English, history, and other important obstacles of the country, The chief
ruler, a kindly disposed man, by the name of E.E, Luse, soon became of much assistance in guiding the
Freshmen and supplying them provisions for the mind, Incited by the daring of the higher tribes, the
Freshmen, occasionally gathered for revels known as "parties" and even went so far, at intervals, as to
break the rules, Without serious catastrophe they came to the end of the first epoch,
At the beglnmng of the second epoch the Freshmen advanced and took possess1on of the strongholds
of the Sophomores thrs tnbe havlng advanced to the terntory formerly occupred by the Jun1ors The
numbers were decreased from thrrty four to thlrty three havrng lost one member, Vrola W1throw to
the wrles of the unknown The new Sophomores eager for revenge for the1r affhctrons of the prevrous
year frequently harassed and annoyed the settlers of the Freshman colony but no casualtles are re
corded To protect the1r Interests and lead them to greater achrevements the Sophomores elected as
presrdent Rlchard Bean vxce presrdent Janet Hadley secretary treasurer Barbara Blackard Advanced
strongholds of learnrng were conquered and the d1hgent Sophomores grew rn favor wrth the varrous mem
bers of the faculty A specral occas1on of revelry dunng thrs penod was servrng the Jumor and Semor
Banquet Rebelllons of small sxgmfrcance rose over occasronal faculty ruhngs and murmurmgs were
heard because of the heavy tax rmposed on the1r m1nds by the length of lessons but they were settled by
peaceful arbrtrauon So drew to an end the second epoch
Wrth the begrnnlng of the thrrd epoch several changes were noted The vahant band who had entered
as Freshmen and had conquered the lessons of the Sophomores now advanced agarnst and occupred the
terrrtory of the Junlors To presrde over them as the1r cluef they elected Barbara Blackard prestdent
Rrchard Bean v1ce prestdent VlCk1 Prophet secretary treasurer It was found that several members
Janet Hadley Edrth and Joyce Srmpson 11m Campbell and Roscoe Jones had left the class and taken
themselves to new scenes and dunes The number of members was found to be twenty s1x Important
faculty members sk1lled generals rn the contests wrth Ignorance, Vrctor Wrlmoth and Glenna Davrs
were elected class sponsors The epoch was charactenzed by contentxons and xnternal strrfe because
many members were strugglrng for promrnence 1n the games of football basketball typlng races, and
for supremacy 1n class standmgs Among the noted warrrors on the athletlc fxelds were, Rrchard Bean
Leon Smrth Jerry Heft Darrel Bllyeu and D1ck Herd who won honors for the Junrors because of the1r
mrght and muscle Important socral events of th1s penod were the Jumor Play, THE SKELETON WALKS
and the Jumor Sen1or Prom The theme used for the Prom was Neptune s Klngdom Thus drew to a close
the thtrd epoch
Epoch four was marked by rmportant reconstructron for the humble band who had lnvaded the Fresh
man trenches three years before, now became Semors the mrghty leaders of the realm and the Inv1nc1
ble Class of 1956 The w1se and sagaclous Carol Lousch was elected presrdent other offrcers Karen
Palmer vxce presrdent and Barbara Blackard secretary treasurer The Senlors numbenng twenty frve
d1d greatly lmpress themselves upon the lower U'1bCS of C H S and became noted for the1r abrhty and
dlhgence Especlally d1d they endear themselves to the Faculty who gave much effort rn preparrng them
for the great contest of Graduatron The deserter from the class was V1ck1 Prophet who was lured rnto
the outsrde world a new arnval for Commencement honors was Mane Whltely who was welcomed
hearnly Great occastons were the Sen1or Play CREWCUTS AND LONGHAIRS whrch was a smash suc
cess and sa1d to be the best ever Soon after th1s, the Seruor Tr1be started 1ts march to New Orleans and
back through the South wh1ch after years and months of hard work was a reward entrtled to Sernors
only As a part of the peace negouatrons on the1r return the Jumors prepared a Banquet and Prom rn
honor of the Seruors Thus w1th the conung of Commencement the fourth epoch closes W1th the1r motto
You Chmb the Ladder Wluch You Burld embazoned upon thexr shrelds and the hght of battle tn thexr
eyes the mlghty warrlors of the class of 1956 gc forth to rnvade and to conquer new terrrtones tn the land
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CLASS PROPHECY FOR 1966! !
The other night I had a dream This dream took me to the year 1966 in which the Senior
class of 1956 had a class reumon I d l1ke to tell you what each member of the class had been
do1ng durrng th1S 10 year perrod 1n my dream
Lue Rrta Barley owns her own mllhon dollar Beauty Shoppe 1n Pans France
Mar1on Palmer IS a great and famous smger 1n the Metropohtan Opera
D1ck Herd 1S the underpa1d water boy for the New York Yankees
Barbara Blackard havrng retrred from nursmg IS the head butcher 1n a mortuary
Gary Cl1ne the well known Guts IS the ch1efmov1e projector operator 1n Trmbuktu
Pat Bransom has now founded a new 1nst1tute for the forgetful and scatterbra1ned
Jerry I-left the now famous Brtuser Heft, 15 the champ1on wrestler of the world havmg kllled
one hundred men
Carol Lousch IS the head of the Old Malds Center at Lansrng
B111 Proctor IS the hen pecked Casanova of the Umverse
Inez Young has s1nce marned a p1lot and has 12 lrttle Jets'
Leon Sm1th IS CO3ChlHg g1r1s ballet 1n lnc1nbock Alaska
Ahce Bennett rs a well pa1d secretary noted for her embezzlement of the hrm s money
Gary Boley IS noted for hrs outstand1ng speeches on Safe Dnvrngl
Rrchard Bam has been voted the number one H111 B11ly smger for the past 10 years He g1VSS
free gu1tar lessons to anyone rnterested
Karen Palmer IS now an old farm gal busy ra1s1ng ch1ldren and rearrng p1gs
Danny Burkhall IS st11l trymg to swap hrs red P1Ck11P for a horse to r1de 1n the Derby
Sh1r1ey Scholle has been sunporung her ch1ldren for the past seven years by wlnmng the
Darrel B1lyeu' The grrls are swoomng over the All Amer1can Football Star Incrdentally he s
st1l1 a bachelor
Conme Lemon IS the beauuful wartress at Wrmpy s Cafeterra
Alan Weber has been wash1ng test tubes 1n the C H S SCISHCC department
Mane Wh1tely IS a wonderful nurse on the th1ckly populated South Pole
R.1chard Bean has been playmg the role of Marlon Brando rn the mov1es smce Marlon ret1red
Jrm Dye IS teachrng boys Home Ec classes at Harvard UIDVSISIIY
Wayne Dale has bur1ed 50 W1V6S"' 'll 'V' "he's a mort1c1an'
Myrna Pepperd is drawing the commercials for Mule Bock Beer,
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