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ECHOES OF l95
Publxshed by the Yearbook Staff
Wichita Hxgh School East
Never a dull moment . ..
MINIATURE CHEERLEADER julie Wright
helps East cheerleaders lane Robertson,
'59, Sally Brown, '51 Sharon .-Xrmstrong,
'57, and Xlarcene Fears. 'EFL lend liost
sport fans in 'Go East, Go".
MAIL TIME! lfvcrythinig from Contest blanks
to lost .mil founil books may be st-cn in thc
teachers' nmil hoxt-s in the main office.
'HOW DOES IT FlT?"asks jon Ward, '58,
as he helps Dorothy Brown, '59, with the
fitting of her band uniform. Bill Winder, '57
waits his turn.
for East Aces
"HAVE SOME STRING," says Don Wood, '59, ns he helps CATCHING UP ON HIS HOMEWORK is Larry l.angt0n, '57,
Tom Martin, '59, put up n campaign poster. while lack lford. '57, makes n phone call at the phone booth
in the 500 building,
WE WON! Comes the shout as East fans rush on to the floor after East downs Newton in the
Basketball Regionals, held in the North High Gym.
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All are architects of Fate,
Working in these walls of Time:
Some with massive deeds and great,
Some with ornaments of rhyme.
Nothing useless is, or low:
Each thing in its place is best:
And what seems but idle show
Strengthens and supports the rest.
For the structure that we raise,
Time is with materials filledg
Our todays and yesterdays
Are the blocks with which we build.
Truly shape and fashion these:
Leave no yawning gaps between,'
Think not, because no man sees,
Such things will remain unseen.
Build today, then, strong and sure,
With a firm and ample base,'
And ascending and secure
Shall tomorrow find its place.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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Girls and Boys State
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junior Dramat ics
Senior Dramat ics
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s :gh School since 1949
Hrs assoczatzon with the students at East Hzgh zs one of kindly zn
terest and consideration for thezr problems and
poznts o vzew
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g t to see the lzghts ofthe journalism room burn
mg early and late
THE MFSSENGER the school newspaper has won top awards rn
all competztzon since Mr Cromer s arrwal at Fast
Former journalism students of his classes have been well qualzfzed
or urther yournalxsm work rn college teachzng jobs and other work rn
We are pleased to dedzcate thrs th
e 1957 ECHOES to Meredith D
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.rom a casual cbat at a lunch table in the cafeteria to a serious
conference in bis office, East students find Mr. Sid F. Moore a sincere
and keenly interested friend.
Mr. Moore became acting principal in November of 1953, and was
appointed principal in tbe spring of 1954.
Since tben be bas kept asteadying band and tolerant eye on the
workings of our school.
Always ready to listen to tbe problems of teacbers and students
alike, be maintains an atmosphere of congenial cooperation.
MIS Eva M Klefel Nl199c3l'0l lldlSS MISS Iudy Stmson Mrs Maryone Nevltt
Nlrs Sue Hall Vrs Charlotte Buclcmaster
0ur Cffice Personalitie
STUDENT RECORDS senmr transcrlpts and class ratmgs are
handled ably by Mrs Fva Kxefer, regxstrar, and her assistants
The combmed Gurdance Center and Offlcc
staffs are the custodxans of Fast Ilrgh s perman
ent and temporary records These women per
form the secretarlal and publlc relatlonsfunctnons
ofthe hrgh school for the admmrstrators faculty
Included among thelr dutxes are typxng and
dlctatron operatxng the swltch board enrolllng
students handlmg records and servmg as
Replacmg Mrs Sue Hall after the flrsc semesr
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HELP Fusl Row Kay Harman Toni Delmoni
Lois Hindman Pat McClellan Marilyn
Graham Betty Fowler Margaret Shisler and
joan Stearman Second Row Jane Tudor
Karen Tucker Pamela Postier Judy Vlested
Judy Larson Pat Bobier Sandra Stuckey Mary
Helmuth Kay Swan Sandra Sanders and Martha
Lerkle Tbzrd Row at Sharp ManlYl1 Hensley
Pam Bohrer Carolyn Koons Johanna Beyer
Sally Johnson Cynthia Medlock Sharon Brown
Jane Moberly and Gail Yard Fourth Raw
Barbara Dickenson Natalie Romme Carol n
ODell Jean Louth Stephanie Reardon Kar y
Camahan Peggy Johnson Karen Spurrrer and
To the Guidance Center eventually
Mrs Imogene Vincent
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CLASS SCHEDULES for teachers and students are Miss Katherine Murphy Mrs. Ada Clifton
arranged and compiled by Miss Flora Stebbins, assist-
HR. FRED G. ADDIS
Principal Elect to Southeast High
Principal Sid F. Moore's
Of the eight men and women who work with the ad-
ministrative and counseling problems of East High,
three men have been promoted to new positions.
Next year, Mr. Fred Addis, vice principal, will
take over as principal of the new Southeast High,
Taking his place at East will be Mr. Vernon Kirby,
who at present is attendance counselor.
Mr. Sam Parzybok of the business department will
take over the responsibilities of Mr. Kirby.
Five counselors will remain in their present posi-
tions to help the student body with their vocational,
personality, and scholastic problems.
MR. O. J. BUDD
Vice Principal Elect to Southeast
MISS FLORA STEB BINS
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MRS. EDITH WORTHINGTON
MR. VERNON O. KIRBY
Vice Principal Elect To East High
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Our Future, Their Concern
MR. VICTOR H JANTZEN
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MR. WARREN R. LEWIS
MRS. GLADYS LELAND
Mary McFerson Bob Damels
ALL SCHOOL PROJECT COMMIT-
TEE First Row: Litor,McConnaughy,
Bannon, Fidler, Sears, and Marks.
Second Row' Starr, Hardison Vin-
cent, West, Manka, Walters and
Magnuson Third Row: Whitney,
Olson, Raasch, Comstock, and
Schweir, Fourzb Row: Clark, Stout,
and Cozine, Fifth Row: Miss Louise
Nixon, Miss Clara Peterson, Miss
Helga junge, Mr. Ermal Linquist,
and Mr. joseph DeSpain-sponsors.
East High s annual All School Project, Whmg
Drng for Wampum took place Saturday night
Feb 2 at the Hangar
Fourteen hundred and fifty dollars, 3600 dollars
more than last year was earned to grve fmancral
ard to needy schools both here and abroad Thrs
successful project was achreved by three methods
the Princess Whmg Ding and Chxef Wampum con
test the 35 cents admrssron fee and the varrous
booths sponsored by East Hrgh orgamzatrons
Mary Helen McFerson and Bob Danrels, both
57 were crowned Princess Whmg Drug and Chref
Wampum Then' attendants were yumors, Sally
Randle and Stew Rrtchre and sophomores Rita
Kay Sutter and Drck Zrnn
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MIKE ELVIS HILLIARD '57 smgs to azd 1n the
collection of funds for chanry at the All School
LOCKED IN THE STOCKS at the All School Proyect are semors jack
Loveland and Connle Shenk joan Hersh stands along Slde as she
helps 1n thxs booth sponsored by the Arr Club
RAFFLING OFF THE GRAND PRIZE at
the A11 School Proyecr a Zemrh Portable
radro are senxors jxm Brooks and anet
AN EVENING AT THE THEATER for Lord and Lady
Echo, Tom Tierny and Mary Olson. Tom laughs at one
of the scenes while watching 'The Big Land," as
guests of the Miller theater.
Here is a toast to the hit of the year, Lord and
Lady Echo, Tom Tierny and Mary Olson, chosen
for this honor by the 1,930 subscribers of Echoes
This couple took their place of honor at East
High very graciously, convincing the school that
the ruling monarchs were well Chosen.
MARY AND TOM, Lord and Lady Echo, are welcomed by Henry
Kalini, Manager of Bobby's restaurant.
One of the exciting entertainments awarded
them was dinner at Wichita's latest Swank Canto-
nese and American restaurant, Bobby'S. Not only
do Bobby's serve everything from filet mignon to
cherry jubilee, but they also provide a charming
atmosphere of hospitality,
Following dinner, the two honored guests en-
joyed "The Big Land," as guests of the Fox Miller
LORD AND 'LADY ECHO finish their long-to-be-
remembereddinner at Bobby's with a piece of coco-
nut cream pie.
ENTERING BOBBY'S RESTAURANT for a royal
evening of entertainment are Lord and Lady Echo,
Tom Tierny and Mary Olson, both seniors.
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WXCHXTA BE5 O lloZ,,ervS1c::,',h1
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MESSENGER SUBSCRIPTION STUBS are grouped accord
ing ro home rooms hy Xlaurine Cantrell, Byron Booth Larrw,
lglngton, Barbara l.esher, Don Lyman, and Kay llolgerson,
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Publrshrng the Xlessenger and the xeirbook 'are
structed lax Nlr XlCI'CLl1Il1 Fromer
The Messenger strlves to report mitters of lnter
est, rungxng from sportlng actlutles to news of out
stsndlng, school exents 'ittemptlng 'llYX3X9 to serve
the school liesrtles thxs lf sponsors the Open llouse
contest, the lmffxc Ssfetx contest, and two 'assemb
Lchoes, the xesrhoolx, summarraes the school
xeflr HCUWICICS IH vsortls and pictures to glxe students
1 full story ofthe hxgh school xesr Also, If sponsors
the l ord ind l sclx l'cho contest e1ch xesr
ourn'al1st1c1llx, the Xlessenger his non the ltan
sis LUIYCISICX, Servxce to the School axxird for
seven nefirs consecutxvelx the 'N N P ill im 1
can ritlng for four vests and the C 5 P X Nledslxst
for four xeirs, all top honors
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Donna Nelson. The four couples of junior attendants, Biff Pennypaker and Judy Addis, jim Brooks and Marcene Sears,
Sally Randall and Bill Cozine, and Sue Morgan and Stew Ritchie,hold the king's crown, scepter, queen's crown, and the
queen's bouquet of carnations.
SITTING THIS ONE OUT is this group at the prom -Martha
McGlothlin, '59, Ed Daniels, joe Tomlinson, '57, and Mary Stack-
DECORATING FOR THE JUNIOR SENIOR
PROM, held at the Trig Ballroom, is Sig Schwier.
Juniors Bill Cozine and Ralph Cook help steady
Zqaftq fzecqaed acgmeme
Mary McFerson and Sig Schwier
Maryane Gaston and john Moss
Mary Uison and Tom Tiemey
Sandra Andrews and Bill Noble
With a blanket of sleet outdoors plastic foam table deco-
rations of silver gold and blue decorated stars the setting
was perfect for Stardust, the theme of the junior-Senior
Prom held Dec. 7 at the Trig Ballroom
im Starkey s band played from 8:00 to 11:30 for this an-
Reigning for an evening to remember as King and ueen
om was King John Moss and Queen Marjane Gaston
of the Pr
JUKE BOX JIVE at the Hangar is demonstrated by Doug SLAMMING THE BALL across the net is Rodney Biddle,
Pruit, '58, and Donna Ogilvie, '58, '58, in the Hangar.
at the Hangar
All one needs to get into the Hangar is an East High
identification card and one Quarter. Members of the
Hangar Board numbering 15, five sophomores, five
juniors, and five seniors, see that the coke machine
is serviced, refreshments arranged for, the juke-box
put out, and necessary decorating done.
Football Sweetheart Dance, Kickoff Dance, Turkey
Trot, and the All-School Project are just a few of the
events that have taken place at the Hangar this year.
'lT'S MY GAME,"says John Haran, '57, as he and Gayle
Bryant, '57, enjoy a game of Gin Rummy at the Hangar.
wir l7iOlfxl members under tic
sponsorslup ot Xlrs N.l1I'1OI1 'Vloroxxo
meet uncc 1 xuelx for thc purpose ot
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IUCINLWCIS rue fum exch clxss 'Next
Xclr s llllgjlf No 1rd xxlll bc chosen by thls yclr s mem ers
xt lioxrri plans progrfnns dxnccs mtl ch IIICY bcneflts They
also Irourlc food xnri scrvlce for the sn xclt bxr and colxe ma
clunes 1 well is Qqlllflllilll' tor I7l1X11125 pzng, pong and a
HANGAR BOARD Izrst Rou Nfary Nicl erson Mrs Marlon Niorozzo
sponsor and Sharon Rxchardson Serorza' Rom Mary I-ldler Mary Olson
and Qally Brown Ilfzrd Aon Xiary I ynn Sandberg Susre Warren Gayla
Vagnon md Sally Ann Holt fourth Ron N111-ce Cory Tom frerney
Ierry Wells jrm Brooks Stew Rxzchle and Steve Rutledge
KATHERIINI' KIISQII DINI'
R6g1SIl'3K1Ol"l, petrrxons, votmg arrangements,
and electron assemblxes for both the sophomore
electron xn the fall and the jumor semor elec
tlon IH the sprmg keep the 14 to 15 member
Electlon Comm1ss1on busy
Katherme M1ss1ld1ne, '57, Chaxrman, is as
srsted by Mxss juha Emery and Mr. Ermal Lmd
ELECTION COMMISSION Izrsz Row Barbara Pfaff, Susxe Warren,
Llnda Martrn, lxaren Marks, Fd Tucker. Second Row Judy Raasch,
Judy YHWSCY, and KHY Thomas. Tbzrd Row Martha Garnson, Donna
Nelson, Mary McFerson, Tom Holler, and john Moss.
CONFIDENT AND CAPABLE STUDENT BODY
OFFICERS include, Slr1fm'ing.' john 'Buzz' Moss,
'57, President. Seated: Donna Nelsun, '57, Vice-
Presidentg Woody Thompson, '58, Treasurer.
SMILING SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS include, Bark
Row, lef! to rilbt: Sig Schwier, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Chris Schwier, Thresidentg and Tom Tierney, Boys'
Vice-President. Sealed, left to figbl: Shirley Sears,
Treasurer, Deanna Nelson, Girls' Vice-President,
and Becky West, Secretary.
SERVING THE JUNIOR CLASS are Standing let to
fight Susie Warren, Treasurer, Bill Cozine Presi
dent and Sally Randall Girls Vice I resident Seat
ed lvl lo rzgbt are Jerry Wells Sergeant at Arms
Peggy Anderson, Secretary and Bxff Pennypacker
Boys Viee I resident
S O PH OMO R E CLASS OFFICERS ARE READY
WILL N AND ABLE to serve their class and school
Standxng left to rxgbl are Tim Steele, Boys Vice
President, and Dick Zinn, President Seated left to
rzgbt are Kay Harmon, Secretary Kit Reed, Treasur
er, Bob Adams, Sergeant at Arms, and Barbara Mc
Dowell Girls Vice President
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Sally Brown Richard Cassidy Bill Cozme
Ray Hance Betty jean King Nelson Logan
Slgmud Schwier Nlarcene Sears joe Stout
Jim Allen C 'fe . 2- :,
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East High sStudent Congress is not a governing body designed to formulate
school policy but it is a service organization dedicated to making East a
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It follows the pattern of the Congress of the United States and is composed
of two houses the Student Council and the Representative Assembly
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Betty McClure Richard Nlullms jon Park Christian Schwlef
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Molders of Men
How many times have you vzszoned the futures of the
eager youngsters who rush from your classroom at the
sound of the last hell -john, a doctor, Mary, a nurse,
George, a skilled machinist, and on down each row
of empty seats. Then suddenbf you realize that right
there in your classroom you are helbing mold the
minds of tomorrow's citizens. The great work
of teaching school is truhf a serious and worthy
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SOMETHING BREWING! and being prepared by
Mrs. Elanor Spangler, and Mrs. Doris Rhodes, in
East's cafeteria kitchen.
STUDY! This is what the 2500 study hall stu
The purpose of a study hall is to create and
maintain a quiet and orderly atmosphere so that
students will be able to concentrate on their
QUSILY WORKING on ,studies is Rose Myers, '58,
in a studv hall "session',
Serving 3300 students a day is one of the jobs tackeled by
Miss Louise McCormick and a staff of 40 ladies, 3 men, and
59 student helpers.
Each day this staff prepares and serves from 300 to 400
pounds of potatoes, 122K gallons of milk, 41M gallons of
chocolate drink, 135 to 160 pies, 18 to 20 gallons of ice
cream, and 15 to 20 gallons of sherbet. Because hot dogs and
hamburgers are the favorite lunches of East students, 275
pounds of hot dogs, or 240 pounds of hamburger, and 210 dozen
buns are consumed in one lunch period.
The cafeteria also serves dinners for Open House and ban-
quets for the clubs at East.
ohn Nlichener Bobula Forbes
Nlr john Mr. Victor R.
'WEIGHT X DISTANCE MOMENT is the ex
periment Bruce Billingsley and David Wall both
Q' '57, are being tatiht by physics teacher Mr
S K' 'Stanley Franklin.
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Physics, chemistry, basic science, astronomy,
geology, biology, botany, and physiology make
up the science fields taught at East. Each year
the science department helps students to realize
the applications of science to everyday living,
Twelve teachers instruct one or more of these
is one of the many phases of
biology studied by Dick Mc Mr. Stanley Mr W H Y
Naught 59 Hunt Peters
Anfon S, Richert Miss Marjorie Miss Esther
Department llead McMahn Benedict
To meet the mathematical needs of students
who are planning to continue their technical
training for a specialized profession as well as
the East lligh Mathematics Department offers Bohannon
eight courses for interested students. Because
of the growing demand for engineers, this year's
enrollment in mathematics is 1, 584.
SOLVING SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS is one
of the jobs of Miss Wanona McFall's Algebra II
the everyday needs of the consumer and citizen, class. Students are, left to right, jim House,
Bob lluff, Kent llall, Hall Blazier, and Gerald
LEARNING THAT THE SHORTEST DISTANCE BE-
TWEEN TWO POINTS IS A STRAIGHT LINE is Ronnie
Potts, '58, working a problem in one of Miss Notene
Hamilton's geometry classes.
Miss Clara Mrs. Alma ' Miss Laura Miss Winona
Peterson Hass Neville MCFBII
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Miss julia Emery Mr. Floyd Mr. Kenneth Mg, Beryl Mr, W, A,
Department llead Nyquist Moody Hamilton Laughlin
Social Studies Department
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To help students adjust better to the
complex world of today, the social science
department offers seven courses: American
History, Government, World Geography,
International Relations, Latin American
History, Psychology, and Sociology.
Political discussions, movies, text-
books, and informative literature aid stu-
dents in becoming better citizens.
GOVERNMENT lSN'T ALL WORK dramatizes Mr. W. H.
McCaffery to seniors Sandra Powell and Clarence Tay-
lor in one of his classes.
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MAKING POTHOOKS OR HEN-
SCRATCHING .... as short-
hand is commonly referred to,
presents no problem for Vicci
Thompson, '58, as she speed-
ily takes dictation from her
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EYES GLUED T0 THE
COPY .... Delores
Lieurance, jane Dun-
lap, and Sandra Ensign
'lpractice what their
teacher preaches" by
keeping their eyes on
their work in typing
Primary objectives of the business
department are to prepare students for a
place in the business world and to encour-
age them to continue the study of business
subjects in colleges and universities.
Thirteen teachers combined their ta-
lents this year to instruct the 1720 stu-
dents enrolled in business courses.
Typing remains the most popular sub-
ject, with shorthand and bookkeeping tak-
ing second and third places, respectively.
Girls greatly outnumber boys in all of the parzybok
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Dennis Beals Morozzo
Mr Wrllram Mrs Vlrgmla
SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE was
the play presented by the yunxor dra
mdIlCS class last fall jlm Brooks
carrxes Anne Dedrlck whlle Dan
Crego holds out hrs hands to stop
REHEARSING FOR THE PLAY, "joan of Lorraine," are
four members of the senior dramatxcs class Standing are
Charles McLwa1ne, and Tom Lutz Ixnda York, holdlng
Tom's hand, and Sonja Baker, with back to the camera,
kneelxng on the floor
Speech and Drama
Better educatxonal theater and pre
paratron rn speech are goals strrved for
rn the speech and dramatxcs classes
A branch of the Englrsh department,
the speech and dramatrcs classes attract
nearly 300 students and are instructed by
Grvxng plays, readmgs, oratrons, and
learnmg to apprecrate the arts are the
var1ous act1v1t1es 1D whlch speech and
drama students partrcrpate
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East High's English department, in-
cluding speech and dramatics, under the
supervision of 25 teachers, totals 3116
students from sophomore, junior, and sen-
Competency in language through writ-
ing and speaking, broadened range of in-
terests, effective work habits, and aids
in gaining mental and emotional stability
are goals the English department strives
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Miss N ae Miss Faye I1
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INTERESTED STUDENTS Lois Bish
erry uigley Nancy Xoung jay Chapple
'Nlancy Cheek jene lmbrey and Dick White
all yuniors diligently read Pssrzys Old and
New in an lfnglish III class.
A iss Mary Mrs. Myrtle Miss Harriett
Shular Yarnell Buntin
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Rawlings jones Keller
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Expressing ideas creatively, working
with their hands in order to build their
talents, and preparing themselves for col-
lege or work in the industrial field is the
object of the Art Department and the oppor-
tunity of the 350 students in the East
High Art Department.
There are three teachers who instruct
the four fields of art - drawing and paint-
ing, crafts and silversmithing, commercial
design, and ceramics.
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MODELING STATUES is one of the many projects
of students taking ceramics. Susan Sandifer, '57,
adds the finishing touches to her "latest cre-
DILIGENTLY WORKING ON A POSTER in Mr.
Watson Bidwell's free hand drawing class is sen-
ior Johanna Beyer, while Mary Convis, in the
dark sweater, adds the finishing touches to her
SINGING in Mr. Vernon Nicholson's sophomore
Boys' Glee Club are Bud Dabler, Robert Scruggs,
Gary Andrews, jeff Craghead, and joel Brener.
Three vocal teachers and one instru-
mental teacher instruct the 832 students
enrolled in music courses at East.
The major objectives of the music
department are to teach music skills and
music appreciation through such subjects
as choir, glee club, harmony, music his-
tory, bancl, and orchestra.
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"THlEF!" cries Woody Thompson, '57, as
Nancy Forbes, '57, steals the king's jewels
during the presentation of Amahal and the
Night Visitors for the Christmas assembly.
The three kings are seniors Gary Hatfield,
Rusty Crawford, and Dave pribOtl'l. Judy Yaw-
'S7 who plays the part of Amahal cracks
goody Thompson on the shin with her crutch.
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Mr. l.. V. Mr. Roy lf.
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Mr. james A.
Mr. John D. Mr. Marvin
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Mr. joe li. Mr. W. ll,
Mr. james R. Mr. Don
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ing the morning printing fi.-7'
period are juniors Carrol
Allen and Tommy Ander-
Basically the voca-
tional department con-
sists of 16 subjects,
taught by 21 instructors
to 1254 boys and 3
The department has
two divisions - indus-
trial arts and vocational
courses. Industrial arts provides a general education and college preparatory course for engineering, while in
the vocational classes students are preparing directly for employment after graduation from high school.
To make the vocational courses more practical, students go on co-op. Some of the better students are
permitted to work at their trade in some outside shop during half of the school day.
Mr. Carl G. Mr. R. L. Mr. l.. C. Mr. Roy L. Mr. Gilbert Mr. Paul W
Bruner Grandle Bork Curtis Butts Bridges
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SEWING A SEAM on the sleeve of her dress IS Nancy Bog
Shaw 57 rn Mxss Nelle Holders clothrng class The
bulletrn board rn the background shows types of materials
and dress desrgns that may be made and worn durmg the
fall and wrnter season
hast s srx Household Arts teachers
grve rnformatron and try to develope at
trtudes and skrlls whrch wrll help to cre
ate permanent, satrsfactory famrly llfe
Classes, whrch are all electrves, are
taken by approxrmately 600 grrls and 100
boys each semester These electrves rn
clude home and socrety foods, clothrn
personal lrvmg boys home economrcs
and home management
LEARNING HOW TO COOK are four members of Mrs Mary
Hopkrns s advanced foods class Trudy Marks 59 IS pre
Paflflg a pan of cocoa Ann Owens 57, rs checklng two
Pans of hot rolls rn the oven whrle Sharon Wrllrams, 57
IS workmg wrth the electric mrxer Karen Calnm 57 IS
learnmg the technrque of correctly settlng a table Mlsahliilen Mrlsiosglizna
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CCPYING GERMAN ASSIGNMENT IS Bud Coddrngton, '57,
as Sherlla Anderson, '58, holds hls book
Thxs year 587 students are enrolled
rn forergn languages Spanxsh
French, German, and Latm
Students enrolled rn forergn languages
learn to understand and to speak the lan
guage of therr chorce and to apprecrate
the culture of those who use or have used
Meetmg college entrance requrrements
and developmg mterest rn the freld ex
plam the popularlty of languages
The use of other languages 1n bus
mess and commerce, and the mcreasmg
number of G.l 's bemg sent overseas are
other reasons why students w1sh to learn
to speak forergn languages.
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Wells 58 as she explarns her latm project to B111 Brld
Howard and Gale Eberhart, second
year Latm students, descrxbe an ancrent Roman battle
Prevrously Latm was Cons1derecl
separate from the modern languages offer-
ed at East Spamsh, French, and German
Now, the modern languages and Latm are
consxdered one department and are referred
to as the forergn language department
Although more students at East Hxgh
take Spamsh than any other forexgn lan
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Girls Physical Education Department
Favorite activities of the 1200 girls
enrolled in physical education this year
are hockey, tennis, swimming, softball,
and modern dance.
An all-sports program is offered after
school to girls who are interested in
earning a school letter. Among some of
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'58, improving her swimming technique
in East's swimming pool.
the sports offered after school are basket-
ball, golf, and bowling.
East's girls' physical education de-
partment seeks to stimulate health and
recreational activities that will not only
help girls now, but also in later life.
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WATCHING THE BADMINTON BIRDIE is julie johns, '59
during a girls physical education class.
Mr. Prank l.. Mr. Donald Mr. Clifford M B A Mr Bob
llenlcel Wright Sickles Taylor Timmons
Boys Physical Education Departme
Developing students physically is the
principal responsibility of the Boys'
Physical Education Department.
The course, which is compulsory for
sophomores and juniors and optional for
WALKING TOWARD THE LOCKER
ROOM after a hard workout are members
of a boys' gym class.
HEALTH ROOM PROCTORS are Fzrsl Row june Denver
kay Swafford karen Hatfreld and Carole Carter Second
Row Rose lsom and Lerene lxeeble Tbzrd Row Nlarxlvn
Stephens Drane Bush and Bettre Egbert Fourth Rom Nancy
Garretson Sarah Smrth judy Mawdsley and Mary Wrntz
Promotrng health and helprng stu
dents wrth specral health problems to have
a happy and more profrtable school year
rs he purpose of the Health Center,
stated Nlrs Donna Travrs, Health Center
Approxrmately 500 students are grven
health gurdance each month rn the Health
Center lourteen grrls ard Mrs Travrs
wrth the detarled work of the Health Cen
ter each day
hach year the Health Center sponsors
a vrsron, hearrng, and dental exammatron
program for all students The Center also
works wrth the Tuberculosrs Assocratxon
to offer free Y ray examrnatrons to students
"COVER ONE EYE AND READ THIS CHART,'
says Karen Harfreld, "S", a health room proctor
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SAY AH" Says Mrs Donna Travrs, Health Center nurse I0
Roger Laylord, '57
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are Fzrsl Row Carol Van Arsdale jean Mc
Sondra ljEiVlS Karen Davrs V1rg1n1a CUIIIS
Helen Dohn and ane Welsh Second Row jerry Wrell essre Par
sons ,lackre Bevrs Laurre Von Feldt jo Humeston Barbara a
thexmer Kay Kenyon Judy Murray and Sue Trrmmell Tlzurd Row
Kent Lash Karen Shrpman Nancy McFarland Margaret Thrasher
Ann Mournmg Sally Salter Carolyn Brandenburg Ganet Von Wrnkle
Judy Northcurt jonnxe Musgrove and Tommy McDavrtt
Approxrmately 900 students darly take
advantage of the facrlrtres of the East
Hrgh Lrbrary located rn the north east
corner of the second floor
There are 16 SOO books on the
shelves for student use, wrth 1300 of
these books berng new
Informatron for research themes and
other class projects may be found rn the
well equrpped reference room
The lrbrary rs managed by four lrbrar
rans and 30 student assrstants who help
clurrng therr free trme
OVER 1,000 BOOKS pass over the mam desk of the East
llbrary each day Karen Shrpman, '58, Jean McCarty,
'58, Norma Peterson, '59, and Mardonna Dunkrn, '58,
are checkmg rn and checking out lxbrary books
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS" could be the book
jrm Nrtcher, '57, studres rn East's lrbrary
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National Thespian President
'To further high standards ot theater
work, and to give students an oppor-
tunity to try their hand at acting are
the purposes of National Thespiansf'
stated Mrs. Virginia Edgett, sponsor,
The only way a drama student can
become a member is to Work 100 hours
on a play. National Thespians meet
once a month.
"Because of the work that has to
be done to become a member, only 25
belong at the present time," added
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Latin lovers have formed a Latin
club this year to promote their inter-
est in that language. The club has
drawn up a new constitution and given
their annual Roman Banquet,
The club, numbering nearly 100
members, meets on the second Monday
of each month under the ioint sponsor-
ship of Miss Inez Neville and Mrs.
NIATIONAL THESPIANS. First Row: Mrs. Virginia Edgett, Sponsor, Larry Witherspoon, Den-
nis Hunt Sharon Armstron Barbara l esher blanc Castor Barbara Farris and Son a Baker.
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Second Row: Bill Kentling Mike Barton, Mary Thies, Sherry Maule, Becky West, Ruth Hanson
and J. C. Emerson. Tbi1JRow.' Ra Tyson, John Stewart, Diane Brooker, Judy Long, Mike
Alexander, and Tim Brazill. Fourlg Rows Don Gregg, Bryon Boothe, Anne Dedrick, Linda
Marshall, Brenda Belote, David Mosbacher, and Dave Preiboth.
Language of the Romans
LATIN CLUB. First Row: Mae Plenert, Tom Darrah, Mike Beckord, John Warnhaff, Cleve
Howard, Tom Buxton, Mike McCaffery, George Tiller, Dick Fisher, Tom Fairfield, Larry
Hyde, Larry Spline, Lin Lamme, Skip Brasted, Warren Kourr, and Marty Limbird. Second Row:
Miss Blanche E. Lohrenz, Sponsor, Ronnie Smith Bob Greenberg, Bart Lindsley, Officersg
Karen Prowant, Judy Midgley, Betty Fowler, Barbara McDowell, Carol Carter, Rita Sutter,
Anita Davis, Virginia Walters, David Schneider, Bob Cathers, and John Brown. Third Row:
Lynn Haupt, Cathie Evans, Rail Ebergardt, Dorthy Goodpasture, Greer Jsell, Bob Holgerson,
Mary Wells, Joan Watkins, Linda Mattingly, Kaylyn Briggs, Joyce Gwalney, Leanne Pearce,
Nila Su.mpter, Bob Bullock, Jackie Wadin, and Mike Woodall. Fou-rib Row: Inez Neville, Spon-
sor, Jackie Corey, Jeanne Lentz, Susan Palmer, Sally Wanmer, Carol n Stephens, Karen Ship-
man, Marcia Spencer, Kathe Kruske, Gay Schinabaner, Sarah Smith, Marcia Lazar, Dianne
Kennedy, Carol Kerbs, Gail Ruffin, Linna Franklin, Phil A ers and William Bridson. Filtb
Row: Myron Hultgren, Linda Martin, Sara Harrell, Sara Hill, Klathe Decker, Judy Plested,
Marilyn Malone, Karen Engelman, Barbara Kemp, Carol Chambers, Martha Limbird, Mary
Deuly, Meredith Davis, Patty Morrison, Marion Liandenburg, Merwin Mitchell, Linda Campbell,
and Bill McKnight.
Red Cross, the world over, and Scienc
for world advancement. . .
To help people who are in need
is the purpose of the Red Cross
Club. The club is composed of a
representative from each home room
and meets the first and third Mon-
days of each month.
Each year the club participates in
the annual Red Cross Fund Drive,
the Red Cross assembly, filling gift
chests to send overseas, and the
All-School project. These students
also participated in a talent show to
entertain at the Veterans Hospital,
The club is sponsored by Mrs.
Eve Ann Nelson
Tours through such places as
Beech Aircraft, the Midwest Medical
Research Foundation, listening to
speeches, and watching demonstra-
tions such as the one given by Eldon
Means, research chemist, on glass
blowing, encourage the 84 Science
Club members to continue their study
Sponsors Mr. Gerald Tague, Mr,
Dennis Hunt, Mr. Martin Panlcratz,
and Mr. John Bobula help interested
students develop their knowledge
by encouraging them to work on
projects to be presented at the Junior
Academy of Science and the Science
Fair held in the spring,
RED CROSS. First Row: Eve Ann Nelson, Jean Clay, Caroline Preddy, Joan Lyttle, Of-
ficers, Marica Johnston, Bonnie Campbell, John Rodda, Ann Mourning, Helga Liedthe,
Kathy Jackson, Carol Manka, Johanna Beyer, Martha Stout, and Phil Hayes. Second Row:
Kay Swan, Shirley Hardison, Lois Hindman, Lerrie Brodbeck, Patty Copeland, Jeanne
Esaw, Judy Esaw, Martha Dose, Page Kirk, Kay Barrington, Loretta Lurner, Barbara Pier-
point, Judy Curtis, Janet Scott, Eva Jean Vachal, Betty llau ham, Lee Orti, Ramona
Hightowon, Donna Preddy, Jean Heirington, and Henry Backer. gfbird Row: Sandra Tuttle,
Donna Weigand, Judy Stratton, Marva Coleman, Ed Hill, David Mosbacher, Joyce Coberly,
Clarissa Munson, Karen Prowant, Margaret Drews Sandy Storrei, Carol Chapel, Lenda
Jess, Janet George, Joy-ce Hollingsworth, Dorothy Oandrum, Jean Stevens, Synda Wilson,
and Margaret Vavghn. bird Row: Elaise York, Nulene Wilson, Carol Heinicke, Carolyn
Hall Dixie White, Nancy McFarland, Judy Mitchell, Karen Kay Murphy, Ray Slavghter,
Linda Cox, Ethel Swydan, Donna Clifner, Sherry Bupp, Shirley Fain, Conne Henderson,
Pat Waters, Chloe Peterson, Mary Ann Smith, and Joyce Dauwe,
SCIENCE CLUB. Holdirz poster: Thad Greb, Bill McMillan, and Russell Michaelsen.
First Row: Mr. Gerald Tggue, Sponsor, William Bridson, Winston Salser, Maurine Can-
trell, Club Officers: Perry Barker, Natalie Romine, Mary Jane McAleavey, Clarissa Mun-
son, and Karen Kay Murphy. Second Roux' Carlton Cruir, Phil Almes, Gillard Cohen,
Charles Dallas, Myra Tillis, Jane Cowgill, Kaylyn Briggs, Randi Johnson Roger Brown,
Gerald Kepner, Jimmy Van Keuren, Paul Krehbiel, and Walt Chappel. Third Row: Joe
Brown, Tony Wheeler, Bob Goldschmidt, Dale Unruh, Norman Strahm, Ralph Palmer, Linda
Gump, Ruby Dyas, Robby Kraft, Kay Peters, David Aguilera, Jim Hesser, Jom Ehrsam,
and Larry Richardson. Fourth Row: Phil Ottinger, Craig Hull, Allen Boge, Robert Reid,
Daniel Skaggs, Dave Moore, Wesley Sowers, Ron Smith, Bart Lindsley, Rilard Mullins,
Larry Odom, Richard Meyers, John Blair, Darryl Roberts, Don Wise, and Jerry Potts.
"Flicker" operator and skill with I6
MOTION PICTURE OPERATORS CLUB. First Row.' Mr, L. McKinney, sponsor,
Bert Walters, Kent Duncan, Fred Brewster, club officersg Evelyn Reiff, Sharon
McConnaugh , Amy Pennebaher, Floyd Smith, Thad Greb, Jerry Boardman, and
Charles Dalfla. Second Row: Tim Mosteller, Ronnie Presley, Charles Burt, Diane
Milles, David Hudson, George Mercer, Ronnie Norton, Larry Courter, Larry
Richardson, and jerry Potts. Third Row: jim Mosteller, Tony Wheeler, Kenneth
Agee, Richard Sparks, Charles Rumsey, Daryl Anderson, Dennis Lunshard, Gary
Anderson, and Herman Buckley,
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CHESS CLUB F rst Row Tony Wheeler and Jim Howard. Second Row: Mr.
Chuck Dohner sponsor Gayle Hershey Denny Hurst, and Ray Tyson. Tblfd Rvwi
Gary Peyton Larry Flanders Bob Huff and Ben Whitney.
Approximately 40 students at-
tend the Motion Picture Operators
Club every second and fourth Friday
each month, The club, sponsored
by Mr. H. W. McKimmey, promotes
better understanding and training
in operating East's motion picture
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East's Chess Club has 13 mem-
bers and 3 sponsors-Mr. Charles
Dohner, Mr. Beryl Hamilton, and
Mr. Francis Yeoman. The group
meets once a Week after school at
East or at a member's home. Every
spring the Chess Clubs hold a
tournament at each high school.
Winners of each school then play
to determine the cirychampionship.
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PEP CLUB: Addis,Alexander,Allen, M. Allen, Amsden, Anderson, Andrews, Arp, Auchterlonie, Babineau, Bachus, Bailey,
Bamwick, Bannon, Barnett, Bartlett, 1. Bartlett, Baum, Bean, Beardmore, Betton, Bevers, Baker, Hahren, Braddy, Bradley,
Bramel, Brandenburg, Brannon, Brinnon, Broadbeck, Brack, Bradie, Brooker, Brooks, N. Brown,S. Brown, Bu1la,Bunhead,
Burton, Campbell, C. Campbell, Carnahan, Castle, Carter, Chambers, Chester, Christain, Clanin, Clark, M. Clark, Clemen-
son, Cline, Cockrell, Coffman, Colliate, Condon, Cook, B, Cook, Copper, Copeland, Cox,Cranston, Cussen,CIurtis, Dahlow,
Daugherty, J. Daugherty, Davis, P. Davis, M. Davis, Dedrick, Delmonico, Denver, DeWitt, Dixon, V. Dixon, Dohn, Drews,
Dunlap, Eagle, Eberhart, Edwards, M. Edwards, Egbert, Elliott, Iillis, lindsley, lingleman, Ifngstrand, Ifsaw, J. Esaw,
Farrell, Farrin, Farris, Fehring, Ferrier, Ficke Fitch Foster Ganitson Gaston Gardner Garrison Glantz Goeller Good-
Dasture, Graves, Gray, Gray, Green, Greer, Grump, Gunter, and Hadeni P 1 , i i y
PEP CLUB: Hale,Halmark,Hansen,Harris Hawks Ha s Heaston Hein Helmuth Hensle Hersh Hesh l'l S
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Haldale, Holmes, P. Holmes, Holt, Hopper, Honer, Hotsaprller, Huff, Hughes, Hunt, Huston, Hymdman, Isom, jackson,
janzen, johns, johnson, Justus, Kahrs, Kamp, Knifley, Kingsbary, Kolhn, Krehbiel, Krungler, Krushe, Lamkin, Lassen,
Latinis, Lee, J. Lee, Leroux, Lesher, Lafferty, Long, Lovette, Lumsdun, Lyster, Maas, Mackey, Magnuson, Mann, Marks,
T. Marks, Marshall, Martin, M. Martin, Maule, McClellan, McClelland, McCluggage, McClure, McConnell, McDavid, Mt'
Farland, McFerson, McGrew, McKinney, McKnab, McLeod, McVicar, Midgley, Missildine, Moore, Morgan, Morris,Morrison,
S. Morrison, Moyer, Mullikin, Murphy, Musgrove, Myer, Myers, Nath, Nelson, K. Nelson, Northcott, Norton, Offenstein, Olson,
Overholt, Palmer, Pearce, Rupert, Petris, Pennypacker, Peterson, K. Peterson, Phaff, Phipps, Piekrell, and Plested.
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PEP CLUB Posner Pottoff Preddy Pnce Prophet Pruner Pusey Raasch Rockwell Radford Rakes Ralston Ran
dall Reece Reed Rhoads Rxchardson S Rxchardson Rrley Robertson Rose Rushton Ruth Sandburg Sanders Sandi
frer Scholl Schoff Scart Seabaugh Seany Searle Shaffer Sharp Shay Sheaks Shenk Shxpman Short Srmmon Skelton
Qmrth D Smrth C Smrth Nl Smrth S Smrth Spencer Spurner Stubbs Stuckey Stoner Sumpter Surters Sutter Swafford
Swan Swenson 'lhres Thompson Thrasher Towner Townsend Tucker S Tucker Unruh Vachal Van Arsdale Vanden
burg Varkes Wadsack Wall Wa.1ters,Wammer,Ward Warren, Wasswerller Watklns Weff Weber Wexgand 'lest Westbrook
Khckham Vuley Wxlllams WllllS Wrng Woosley Wnght K Wrrght Wulz Yawger Krrb Swander, Salter Perkuhn Gore
Preddy Moberly Byrd Reed Beech Calkrns Van Feldt Plott Stevens Shannon Harmon Beaver Cheek Gunther Phrlxp
llarrrson and Casedle
No matter what the score 450 Peppy Prlots
under the sponsorshxp of Mrss Beverly Pepper
are always on hand to back therr team wrth
Pep Club meetmgs are held on the second and
fourth Frrday of each month
The purpose of the Pep Club rs to promote
better school spurt and to rncrease mtetest rn
sports Rebecca Cook
PEP CLUB CABINET. Frm Rm- Linda Martin, sec-
ond .Roux Linda Beaver, jane Moberly, and Katherine
Mxssnldine. Third Row: Becca Cook and Karen Marks,
Fflurth Row: Betty McClure and Patty Bulla.
Pep Club Presx dent
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Lettermen's Club is open to any
boy at East who achieves the re-
quirements designated by the athlet-
ic department. These requirements
can be games won, minimum playing
time, points gained, or coaches
recommendation, depending on the
Seventy-three members of the
club meet the second and fourth
Fridays each month in room 320.
Under the guidance of sponsors
Miss Eleanor Davis and Mr. Frank
Henkel, the club financed the track
and swimming display record boards
in the gym on which are placed the
school records of these two sports.
Any girl at East High can be a
member of the Letterwomen's Club
after she has earned 500 points for
an all-sports letter or passed cer-
tain required swimming tests, for a
Under the sponsorship of Miss
June Morell, these girls strive for
good sportsmanship and improved
During the school year, these
girls plan playdays, picnics, and
hem b their letters
LETTERMEN'5 CLUB. Krleeli in fron!! Norman Downing, Bill Stone, Pa e Nauglf, Tom'
my Wheaton, Kent Hall. First Frank Henkel, Sponsor, Jim Cox, Paul Rearick, Terry
Grabham, Richard Casidy, John Dooley, Club Officers, Ronnie Bigler, Jim Dunlavy, Tom
Holler, Gordon Davis, Dennis Williams, Larry Prather, and Keith Parker. Second Row: Gary
Gibbs, Roger Pyle, Bob Daniels, Bill Noble, Bob Blackwill, Dick Peel, Bill Hull, Jim
Havens, Don Hill, Ed Wilson, Joe Clalk, and Gayle Bryant. Third Row: Roger Whitten,
Jack Loveland, Archie SanRomani, Loren Green. Glen Chambers, Scotty Sudduth. Bob Crum-
packer, Ted Johnston, Pat McMahon, Dqavid Bertholf, Ron Butts, John Rader, Jerry Gard-
ner, and Dale Hurry. Fourth Rau! Jim Foster, Bill Williams, Denny Ingrim, Dubby Taylor,
Ray Townley, Carl Hessels, Max Cole, Phil Snodgrass, Larry Lewis, John Moss, Herman
Buckley, Jim Thompson, DeVoe Treadwell, Jack Rauh, Lowell Charlton, and Jim Yongker.
LETTERWOMEN'S CLUB. First Row.' Miss June Morell, Sponsor,
Bannon, Marilyn Thomas, Judy Kitchen, Sue alters, Judy Newcomb,
Stoneback, joan Dunkin, Jeannine Jones, Carol Chvpel. and MGUIYD
Jackie Wedin, Linda Gump, Eva Jean Vachal, Rose Hennessey, Sandy
ton, Ruby Dyas, Pat Guy, Prisci la Hartman, and .Jean McCarfY. Tbzrd
ton, Barbara Dickenson, Par VanVoorhis, Caroline Eberhardt, Donna
Clark, Betty McClure, Karen Spurrier, Sidney WAUOUS, and Clalldrflc
Loretta Adams, Judy Jones, Sally Randall, NHDCY Qarrerson, Cal'0lYl1
Farrell, Dorcas Hays, Margaret Thrasher, and Sue Morrison.
"Blue White Team fight"
Six seniors, four juniors, and tour
sophomores make up East High's
cheerleaders, sponsored by Mrs.
Marilyn Morris. This group meets in
room 403 every Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday to plan cheers and routines
for future games and pep assemblies.
Cheerleaders this year have ac-
complished flips and other stunts
that help to get more pep from East
Each of the five East twirlers has
about eight year's experience in
twirling the baton. Two seniors and
three juniors make up this group
which practices 12 hours weekly.
They perform at all football and
basketball games, twirling their
batons, pom-poms, hoops, and flags.
The affairs of school and state
Controlling the flow of student
traffic during fourth hour, is the job
of the 27 proctors. These students
are selected on the basis of scho-
lastic grades and personal conduct.
Under the direction of Mr. William
H. McCaffery, these proctors strive
to keep the halls clear and quiet so
that students in classes will be
undisturbed during the noon lunch
Boys and Girls State, an annual
event sponsored by local civic
Clubs, was attended by 14 East
High boys and girls this past sum-
The purpose of these annual
meetings is to teach teen-agers
more about good government.
FOURTH HOUR PROCTORS. First Row: Bruce Brooker, Bob Snodgrass, jim
Nitcher, Anne Dedrick, Carol Franklin, julana johnson, Carol Chapel, Janice
Stevenson, and Phil Liberty. Second Row: Larry Anderson, jerry Origley,Marcene
Sears, Barbara Bartlett, janet Lyttle, ,loan Lyttle, Mary Lee Engstrand, Linna
Franklin, and Alan Griffith. Third Row: Roger Whitten, Russell Ketteman, Bill
Nichols, Mike Carson, Mike Martin, Tom Barrah, Dick Black, and james jantz.
BOY AND GIRL STATERS are, First Row: Sigmund Schwier, Larry Witherspoon,
Janice Bannon, Chris Schwier, and Bill Noble. Second Row: Clifford Pappas,
Nelson Logan, Ed Kitch, John Moss, joe Brown, and Charles Mcllwaine. Third
Row: Tom Holler, Tom Tierney, Gordon Davis, and Dave Priboth.
Hi-Y for better Christians
Committee to spread Cheer
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SUNSHINE COMMITTEE. First Row-' Glenda Baltzley, Gretchen johnson, and
Maryane Gaston. Second Rowf Mary Ann Smith, Karen Spurrier, and Nancy Ferrier.
Hl'Y CLUB. First Row: Mr. W.H. Peters and Mr. Clinton Kaufman, sponsors, Bill Winter,
Richard Mullins, Jon Huffman, Dave Priboth, john Stephens and Clifford Pappas, Club
Officers, jack Loveland, David Cory, Connie Mack McLoy, Bill Lindert and George Mer-
cer. Second Row: Roger Whitten, Neil Wilderom, Joe Brown, Mac Plenert, Charles McIl-
Waine, David Fretz, Larry Witherspoon, Charles Sutton, Don Wise, Bruce Friesen, Rex Mc-
Leak, Karl Kreutziger and Darrell Walters, Tbird Row! Gordon Pendergraft, Ralph Palmer,
Lloyd Hall, Bob Lewis, George Cowen, David Mosbacher, Otto Lestwitch, Fred Bonner,
Mike Nix, Batt Lindsley, Ben Whitney, Tim Mosteller and Mike Alexander. Fouvtb Row:
Gene Lee, Bill Davis, Roger Wilson, Mike Cory, David McFaddin, Marty Limbird, Phil
Neff, Richard Slaby, Ronnie Smith, Dick Zinn, Larry Armstrong, Carl Arbogast, Walt Chap-
Pell, lack Moore, Tom Whitaker and Carl Alexander.
By sending cards to students and
teachers unable to attend school
because of illness or of a death in
the immediate family, the 'Sunshine
Committee" ofEast High helps raise
the moral of both students and
Sponsored by Mr. Richard Elving,
the committee of six girls meet
every Tuesday in the front of the
Hi-Y Club President
'To create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school and commun-
ity high standards of christian
character,' is the purpose of the
This group meets bi-monthly to
furnish wholesome recreation and
Christian education for its 67 mem
Each year the Hi-Y receives ex-
perience in law making at Topeka
in the 'Model Legislature".
The sponsors of the East Hi-Y
are Mr. W. H. Peters, Mr. Ellis
Beals, Mr. Victor Forbes, and Mr.
Future Medical Careers Club en-
deavors to acquaint members with
community and personal health and
to encourage and to help them in
selecting a medical career,
The club numbers 82 students,
sponsored by Mrs. Ben Buck, Mrs.
Ernest Carreau, Mrs. Edith Worth-
ington, and Mrs. Donna Travis. The
club's projects include supplying
materials for the County Hospital,
making tray favors for the children's
wards, and taking field trips.
FUTURE MEDICAL CAREERS. Firs! Row! Janet Lyrrle, Joan Lyrtle, Sidney Watrous,
Janey McDowell, Judy Brammer, Glenda Ballzley, Diann Watkins, Officers, Karen Hatfield,
Shirley Hardison, Carolyn Mackey, Judy Curtis, Meredith Good, Mary McFerson, and Judy
Kitchen. Second Row: Mrs. Don Travis, Mrs. Milton Worthington, Sponsors, Marcia Spencer,
Carolyn Stephens, Donna Bender, Barbara Hatch, Gay Schwabauer, Edna Christensen,
Sandy Dye, Ruby Dyas, Karen Clanin, Mary Pasttewait, Anita Pandratz, Barbara Bartlett,
Sherry Pri mm, Alice Kaaz, and Janet Sruder. Third Row: Dorothy Brown, Sherinay Trammell,
Betty Koughan, Mary Shuler, Jane Couch, Elaine Dorris, Susie Warren, Janet McKinneV.
Judy Fiscus, Myrna Smith, Sara Harrell, Eva Jean Vachal, Edie Low Graves, Cynthia
Marriey, Maurine Willeinson, and Corinne Molzen. Fourth Row: Judie Scholl, Sherry Maule,
Brenda Endsley, Sue Reagan, Sharleen Nath, Dorothy Landrum, Lillian Hockett, Sondra
Dodd, Charlene Sparks, Judy Newcombe, Mary Ann Smith, Mary Wells, Pat Terry, Jaylyle
Fahlin, Sibye Crane, and Sheilla Anderson.
They are learning today,
a career for tomorrow
Purpose-wise the Future Teachers
Club, under the sponsorship of Mrs.
Alma Hass, is for students inter-
ested in exploring teaching as a
Its 35 members meet every other
Friday to learn more about this
field of work.
Trips to grade-schools, high
schools, and colleges are among
the projects of the club.
FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB. First Row: Virginia Allen, John Stephens, Judy
Marcia Alexander, Bette Starr, and Bod Lewis, Club Officers.Second Row: Dene
Judy Cluff, Pat Kni ht, Sharon Davis, and Penny Co ne, Par Bulla. Tbird Row:
Johnson, Shirley Colleasure, Marilou Belt, Virginia Curtis, Twilah Hood,
Beryl Klorz, Fae Pruitt, and Sharon Brown. Fourth Row: Pat Sharp, Emily
Pennington, Donna Walter, Nancy McFarland, Dixie White, Sherry Smith, and Bryson
CAMERA CLUB. First Row: Richard Henthorn, Hugh Auchterlonie, Club Officers, Ann
Heide, Kathy Higley Sylvia Hickman, Diana jeram, Carol McCoy, Judith Owens, and Sue
Ann Bowling. Second Row: Mr. L. McKinney, Sponsor, George Mosteller, Mike Mansfield,
Thad Greb, Larry Mehl, Bryan Quiggle, Gary Purcell, and Charles Clark. Tbira' Row! Gor-
don Pendergraft, Walter Fisher, john Chtistman, Dick Hamilton, Dennis Lunsford, jim
Florence, jon Ehrsam, Herman Bu
ckley, and Tony Wheeler.
Hugh Auchterlonie Ill
Camera Club President
To develop interest in cameras
and give students the opportunity
to show what they can do in photo-
graphy are the purposes of the East
High Camera Club.
Twenty-eight students, spon sored
by Mr. Leonard McKinney, meet
bi-monthly to exchange ideas in
By aiding each other, Camera
Club members learn better Ways of
photographing subjects and ac-
tivities, developing, printing, and
enlarging the finished product.
Snapshot or Rifleshot
. . . a hit every time
RIFLE CLUB. First Row: Bryan Siebert and Bill Dixon, Club Officers. Second Row: Dick
Prather Garland Powell, Bruce Holmes and jim Breit. Tbrrd Row: joe Brown, Bob Ander-
Sfm, Bill Davis, and Larry Sharp.
Rifle Club President
Mr. Charles Tegeler and Mr. Mar'-
tin Pankratz, both science teachers,
are the sponsors of the Rifle Club
this year. Thirty-five boys make up
the total membership of the club.
The club meets once a week on
Thursdays at 4:00 until 5:30 at the
89th Infantry Army Reserve Building.
"We are trying to increase inter-
est,pr0ficiency, and safety in the
use of rifles," stated Mr. Tegeler.
At this time the boys have to fur
nish their own rifles and ammuni-
tion, but nextyear the sponsors hope
that the school will have atleast
six Winchester 75's or 52's.
Art Club President
Eighty-six students are members of the Art
Club, which meets the first and third Friday
of every month. The sponsors include Mr.
Watson Bidwell, Miss Dorothy Eberhardt, and
Mr Rex Hall East art instructors
The object of the Art Club is to encourage
art appreciation Interested and talented stu
dents can earn a scholarship to the Wichita
Art Association March marks the time for the
Art Club s annual Kansas University Kansas
SELLING CORSAGES for football games was one of the protects of
the East High Art Club this year Claressa Munson 57 handsa
mum to Nancy Stubbs S9 as Shari ldmonds 59 looks on
ART CLUB Ftrs! Row Carol Manka Kay Shaffer Connie Sherik C lub Officers Johanna Beyer Sue Stoner joan Hersh Alice Kaaz
Diana jeram Candy Harley Sharon Pro het Janne Bailey Bonnie Campbell jay McConnell janet Overholt etrie Brodbeck val
Marsters Carole Pierce Nancy Wxnter ue Sandifer Barbara Farris louise Dolbou and Paula Woods Seca ow Eleanor Etserl
ber Jayco Nash Louis Mason Nancy Brungoeber Ann Duckworth Corinne Molzen Sue Long MaryAnne Cla ton jackie Sell
Sal y johnson Sonja Baker Clarissa Munson Mary Phtpps Margie Martin I inda Cox o ce Dauwe Marilyn Mul xkm Pat Harman
Lynda Alexander Carol Chapel Kathy Park Phyllis Baum and Rosalyn Bullts Tblf ow Miss Doroth Eberhardt Mr Watson
Bidwell Mr Rex Hall Sponsors anet Bramel Donna Barrie Barbara Pfaff Cherie Dixon Patsy Pride ay Tyson Fred Bonner
Charlotte Brown and Kay Brown ourtb Row Marilyn Hensley Dee Showalter jon Gterltch Linda Myer Sande HHVCYIS Sandy En
stgnm Susie Bender Kay Ferris jim Howard Denny Hurst Melvin 'ylopigg Roger Dale Bob Mickleson Gordon Pendergraft Pa!
Carnahan Roberta Bachus Sandra Creason Mary Dunlap Patsy Younkin Darlene Smith Sharon Smith and Karen Wright
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The busy world of busmess
BUSINESS CLUB Fzrsl Rou Mr Marlon Nlorozzo sponsor Elgin Wrckham Gaston club offrcers Chrlds Hutchrson
Avrla Lederhos lsox, Ilunter Longsraff Smrtz Kebert, Mourmng, Llneback Crook Prerpomt, and Regrer Second Rou
Gragg, Schwrer, Cook Westenhaver, Wrllyard Hanson, Rrchards Sowell Nelson, Clrngerman, Turtle, Mazwell, Carver
Clayton, Hrebert Bork Ellrs Betton Kimble and Bryant Thzrd Rou Recob Chaff1n,Norr1s Houser Fxdler, Hotsaplllar
C1ore,Rakes, Moody,Bl1ss MeGrew Holmes Delhtt Swander Wasson, McConnell, Phxpps and Mr E, A Bettega sponsor
fourth Rom Ullrem Burch 'VlcGarghey, Hawk Ralston, Peterson Carnahan,Pennypaclcer Howland Hall Morr1s,McInt1re
Wulz Gordon Akens, Pepper Cobal Stout and Stone
To encourage soclal and personal growth de
velop leadershlp and to provrde contacts be
, tween busmess employers and students IS the
purpose of the Busmess Club
Nlr Marron Morozzo, Mrs. Belva McAll1srer and
Mlss Annabel Plulllppe, sponsors, gurde the 90
members m then' two meetmgs a month durmg
home room m room 320
Busmess Club Presxdent
Careers ln the making
BUSINESS EDUCATION CLUB Fzrsr Row Byron Porter Anderson,Dale Pace Sonya Lxght Joyce Jones Chloe Peterson,
Sally Salter club offrcers Dorothy Dalton Ida Belle Schxwenbeck Jan Lambert Jean Goodrn, an Laflrn Sue Kaufman,
Sharon Clark and Barbara Tompkrns Secona Row Mary Scarbrough Carolyn Grbson, Clydean Jenkms Patrrcra Lea Barton,
Am- Thompson Judy Jones Delores Ross Sue Hansen Sara Fuchre, Myron Woodward George Goodwm, Carl Wessels
Lyman Strong Madge Rapp, and Carol Alexander Tbzrd Row Sondra Sandmrre Joyce MacNaughton,Jan1ce Boland Joretta
Berry Marrlyn Bowlby Hope Kroenlern Leone Barley Phyllrs Cockerrel Pat Alexander Dorothy Follett, Darlene League,
Karen Hayder Carolyn Cherry Gere ene Nrchols, Marilyn McCoy Myrna Turnxpseed Sue Ferguson and E A Bettega,
sponsor Fourth Row Harlan Claw om Lutz Blll Graham Max Cole B111 Denny DeWayne McNabb Larry Carson Krer
Cline Randall Hays Dannxe Graves and Roy McCoskey
In order to encourage the use of hrgh ethrcal
standards rn busmess the 70 members of Bus1
ness Educarron Club meet on the second and
fourth Wednesdays of every month under the
gurdance of Mrs Eula Walker and Mxss Nelle
Offrce Practrce and Retarl Sellrng studentS
make up the membershxp of rhrs organrzarron
There s music In the alr
MUSIC CLUB Miss Gratia Boyle,Miss Mary Reese Mr Kenneth Thompson Mr Vernon Nicholson sponsors Koons Yaw
ger Lake lub officers Alseck Andrews Austin Aycock Baltzley Barnet Bartlet Bartlett Barton Beardmore Bean
Beaver L Beaver Bently Binkley Bish L Bish Bowman Bowyer Bradley Briggs Bruce Burton Clark Clay Cole
Coffman Comstock Coombs Cory Covington Cox Craft M Craft M Craft Crawford Crego Crumrine Davey Davis
Dawkins Decker, Dove Duncan,M Duncan Englan Evans, Fairbanks Forbes Gallegos Garner Garrison Goeller Gordon
Grabham Graves Grim Hamilton Harrell, Harvey, Haupt Hawkins, Hawks, Hexde Hein Helmuth Hlebert, Hill Hopper,
Huges,Humphrey,Iohnson,j johnson L johnson M Johnson,R johnson, jones ustice, Kaaz Kasha Kennedy, Kent
Kenyon Kerbs King Knifley Larson, Leftwich Longstaff Maline Marsters, Martin Marvel,Mawdsley Millard Mollnow
Moore Morrison, Mosteller, Myers McClafl1n, McConnell McCormick McCurdy McFerr1n, McKinney McCarter McCollum
McDowell, McFarland Newcombe, Northcutt Pankratz Pearson, Peddie Pendergraft Pennington, Perkuhn, Peterson,
Pfaff Pierce Poper, Plagens, Powell Power, Prxboth, Pruner, Raash Radford Rades Randall Ray, Regret Richter,
Robinson Ruffin, San Romani Sawyer Shorter, Shwabauer Sxmans Small Smith Snodgrass Springstead Stephens Stuck
ley, Swafford, Swenson Templin Terry, Thompson, K Thompson, Townsend Trapp Troutman, Trovillo Turner Van
Hinkle,Veazey,Vrncent Wadsack Walters,S Walters,V Walters Warren,S Warren Webb, Weber, Wentz Westfall Whitker,
Wilson Woods Wright, Wulz Zerbe, Gardner, and Lake
Approximately 150 East High music enthusiasts
meet during home room periods on the first and
third Mondays of each month for Music Club.
The club's purpose is to encourage student
participation in music performances. Music Club
members have been given opportunities to meet
and hear musical personalities from Wichita and
the surrounding area,' stated Miss Gratia Boyle,
Music Cllub President
Always looking toward . . .
Y-TEEN CLUB: Allen, R. Allen, Alseike, Baehr, Bachus, Balduff, Baltzley, Barwick, Bates, Baum, Bean, Beaver, Belt,
Bender, Beyer, Born, Brammer, Brandenburg, M. Brandenburg, Briggs, Brodbeck, Brooker, Brown, D. Brown, T. Brown,
Bruce, Burright, Campbell, Campbell, Carnahan, Caywood, Cheek, Childress, Christensen, Clay, Coberly, Coldiron,
Comstock, Cook, Cooper, Cory, Cowgill, Coyne, P. Coyne, Curtis, V. Curtis, Daugherty, Davey, Davis, S, Davis, Sondra
Davis, Decker, Dedrick, Dove, Dunkin, Dunlap, Dyas, Dye, Eastridge, Epps, Evans, Fahlin, J. Fahlin, Fitch, Forbes,
Foster, Franklin, Gardner, Garner, Garlin, Gordon, Granger, Graves, Gummow, Guthridge, Guy, Gwaltney, Hamilton, Hamp-
ton, Hanson, llarrell, llaupt llawks, llays, llein, Henderson, lletrick, lliebert, llickman, Hill, lloidale, Huff, Jayne, james,
johnson, R. johnson, Keeble, Kemp, King, Kisner, Kitchen, Knight, Kilde, Krehbiel, Kroenlein, and Lake.
Betty jean King
Y-TEEN CABINET. First Row: Alison Comstock, Betty Jean King,
and Marina Petroff. Second Row: Ruthie llanson, jeanenne Porter,
Mary Stackley, and Hope Kroenlein. Third Row: judy Laurie, Margaret
Thrasher, Marcia Lake, julana johnson, and judy Newcombe.
the Chrlstuan way of llfe
YTEEN CLUB Lamkrn Laurre Layton Lexchardt Lentz Longstaff Lyttle oan Lyttle Maas McCorm1ck McCune
McDonald McFarland Mclntyre Nladdox V Maddox Magnuson Malone Mattrngly Mayfreld Medlock Meyer Nhller Nhllron
Mrtchell Moore Nlorrrs Nlosteller Mull Newcombe Norton Parsons Pecldre Peery Penrnger Peters Petroff Petty
Prerce Prckrell Platt Porter Powell Power Preddy Prewrtt Prophet Prurtt Reardon Reeves Regret Rempel Rlchter
Roesallls Ruth Sandberg Sanders chwabaner Sebaugh, Shaffer Shorter Srngleton Smrth K Smrth M Smrth M Smrth
P Smrth Srmth Snyder Stackley tephens Stoner Stuckey Swa ford Taylor Thomas Thompson Thrasher owner S
Towner Trammell Trapp Trenary Trrmmell Trovrllo Turner L Turner Tuttle Ukena Vackal Van Wrnkle Vaughn
Walk Washrngton Wasswerler Watkrns Watrous Watson Wayfer Wergand Werss Westfal Westwood Whrte Wrllrams
K Wrllrams N Wrllrams Wrndholz Woods Wulz Wyman York Young N Young Zerkle and Gump
Over 200 grrls rn East s Y Teen club go to
the meetmgs every second and fourth Wednes
day of each month The Club trres to create
and marntarn Chrrstran rdeals among rts mem
bers Betty Krng 57 presrdes as pres1dent
of Y Teens
Thrs year the club not only adopted tvso
European Chrldren but also furnrshed erght
famrlres wrth grfts and food for a merrrer
Chrrstmas Mrss Laura K Nevxlle sponsors
MEMBERS OF THE Y-TEEN CLUB sell East students school sup
plies, cough drops, and other necessities at their book store karen
Marks, '5', purchases Kleenex from fourth hour workers Brenda
Kisner, 585 jane Cowgill, STQ and Sidney Vatrous
SPEECH AND DRAMA CLUB lxneelzng zn from Mr B111 Foster sponsor Jim Wyman Mike Jones B1l1Kendmg Fred
Bonner Dave Priboth Price Fairbanks Van Chappell David Mosbacker Denny Hurst Frank Lygrisse Richard McClafl1n
im Howard Tom Whitaker Byron Allen Mike Alexander and Tim Brazill Fzrst Row Byron Boothe Carolyn Magnuson
Marilyn Mullxkin club officers ohanna Beyer Carol Manka Bonnie Campbell Jackie Dack Faye Boy e Part Gibbs Betty
Dixon Margaret Mull Carole Pierce Jaylyle Fahlin Randi Johnson Diana Jeram Carolyn Branderburg Barbara arris
Connie Shenk Sharon Armstrong Linda Beaver John Stewart Don Kasha and Col ins Kilgore Second Row David Frerz
Arlene Harris Phyllis Happer Pamela Postier Julie Gray Karen Elliott Kim Farrin Carole Coldiron Revae Hughes
Carolyn Beardmore Dorothea Goodpasture Glenda Baltzley Jean Fahein Joan Hersh Sandra Powell Barbara Lesher
Diana Rempel acquie Westbrook oy Henry Marabeth Cheatum Linda Plott Joyce Coberly Judy Hrentxce Martha Rose
Martha Craft and Carolyn Craft Thzrd Row Ray Tyson Larry Witherspoon Barbara Pfaff Karol Barnett Lu Ann Brinnon
Virginia Langston Dee Showalter Phyllis Barnun Mary johnson Judy Lee Jo Veta Ruth Linda York Kay Coffman
Margie Lunsdon Mary Thies Sally Randall Judy Lyster Judy Pruner Linda Marshall Ethel Swydan Donna Preddy Martha
Stout Sharon Prophet and Sally Speer Fourth Row: J C Emerson Rick Fairbanks Judy Thompson Cherie Dixon Nancy
Garretson Sally Latinis Louis Mason Nancy Brunharber Linda Myer on Gierlich Anne Dedrick Jan Krehbiel LaNita
Wulz Edie Lou Graves Karen Murphy Roberta Bachus Margaret Tay or ean Stevens Pat Carnahan Linda wander
Betsey Smith Mary Phipps Margie Martin Joy McConnell Judy Betton Peg Wright Sandra Arp and Ju ' Searle
Speech and Drama Club s 130 members be- 1
come familiar with every phase of the dramatic
arts -from variety shows to one-act plays Under
the sponsorship of Mr William Foster members
have an opportunity to express themselves in
stage plays, and to speak before groups.
Speech and Drama
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BIBLE CLUB: Miss Marian Shuh, sponsorg Hance, Haines, Foster, Johnston, McDowell, club officersg Adams, Anderson,
Andrews, Armstrong, Aycock, Baker, Barkley, Barton, Becbe, Bentley Birch, Bish, L, Bish, Bishop, Bobo, Bohannan,
Bowlby, Bowman, Boyd, Brown, Brewster, Chichester, Clark, Clutter, Cole, Coleman, Cook, Coombs, Cooper, Coplin, Cox,
Corey, Criser, Dabler, Davis, P. Davis, Dawson, Dill, Douglas, Dove, Drury, Dunlap, Dyas, V. Dyasv Elder, Faucetter,
Faucette, Fields, Floyd, S. Floyd, Foclctow, Forte, Fountaine, Fowler, Franklin, Frieson, W, Frieson, Garrett, Gates,
Gibbons, Gibson, Gibson, Gilliland, Glantz, Gleason, Goeller, Good, Guthridge Guy, Hall, D, Hall, Hardison, Harris,
Hartman, Helmuth, Herrmann, Hickman, Hiebert, Hockett, L. Hockette, Holt, Howland, Huey, Huston, jackson, Jacobs,
jenkins, james, jenkins, Johnson, Jones, I. jones, Kebert, Kenyon,Kepner, Kitchen,Koehn, Laible, Lancaster, Laughlin,
Linsted, Lineback, Loveland, Ludwig, Maddox, V. Maddox, Marler, and Martin.
"Building better Christians through fellow-
ship, higher Christian living, and Bible study is
the purpose of Bible Club," stated Miss Marian
Schuh, the club's head sponsor. Miss Elfrieda
Shellenberger and Miss Annabelle Costain are
the other two sponsors.
Bible Club's 238 members meet every other
Friday for an inspirational service. Every Tues-
day and Thursday between 8 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.,
the club sponsors a quiet devotional service,
open to all students.
Sending Bibles to underpriviledged, having 21
booth at the All-School Project, and furnishing
R2 Havre baskets for the needy at Christmas are a few of
the accomplishments of the 80 different church
groups that make up Bible Club this year.
Bible Club President
through Bible Stud
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Miller bfl1lllOl'l Mltchell Montgomery Moore P Moore Moreland Morrxson A Nlornson Morrxson Mosteller J Mos
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te er ournmg ew an Nlrchols Odle Owens Pankratz Peery Pennebacker Pettrt Peterson Phxlllps C Phllllps
Porter Porterfreld Postlewaxt Power Pratt Prewxtt Pusey Ralston Ramsey Ray P Ray Regrer Rempel Rlchards
Roberts Rlchards Rodgers Rocsallres Rowe Russey Sax ors Saltzman Sanders Santee Scarbrou h Self Sha
Shorter Shuler Slmms Smith S Smrth Slngleton Solomon Sowell Snyder Sprague Stevens R Stevens Stewart Stubbs
Stumblm bear Stur eon S S S S S
g g turgeon tone utton tepps Swan aylor Thomas Thompson Trenary Troutman Tumer
l'uttle Vaughn Vrncent Wagnor Wagnon Walk Ward Watters Ware Ware Wayfer Wergand Westwood Wheaton Whitaker
Vqlckhffe Wrllrams B wllll3mS Wilson M Wrlson S Wrlllams Woods and Yarbrough
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Nor is not moved uvllo concord of sweet sounds,
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BOYS QUARTET. Nelson Logan, Dave Priboth, john
Reiff, Richard Bradford, and Judith McCurdy, accom-
SOPHOMORE GIRLS ENSEMBLE. Fzrsr Rou: Sharon
Richardson, Judy Whistler, Kathleen Kruske, Judy
Plested, Mary Lynn Sandburg, and Marilyn Hensley.
Ser-ond Rom: Marla Malone, Linda Trovillo, Kathe
Decker, Clara Power, and Sherri Smith.
GIRLS ENSEMBLE. Marge Lumsdon, Mary Helmuth,
Barbara Bartlett, Mary Stewart Hawks, Ethel Swydan,
Sandra Bruce, Marybeth Cheatum, Kay Moore, Jody
Dawson, accompanist, and Darlene Alseike, not
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BAND: Allen, V. Allen, Ames, Anderson, S. Anderson, Black, Blackwill, Boardman, Bork, Bowling, Brewer, Brigg, Brown,
Carter, Chambers, Chappell, Cole, Coombs, Cowman, Crouch, Cruit, Crumley, Dobbins, Dolce, Dove, Driscoll, Duerksen,
Dunlap, Dunlavy, Dunning, Dyas, Elliott, Emerson, Farhner, G. Farhner, Fechter, Fleeman, Gleason,Good, Gordon, Grubbs,
Haigh, llall, Hamilton, llanson, Harris, lliebert, llultgren, Jensen, johnson, Jones, Kice, D. Kice, Kitchen, Klotz,Knight,
Kuhlmann, Kyle, Limbird, Linn, Lister, Listor, Lygrisse, Lyman, McFerrin, Mcllwaine, Mawdsley, Mellick, Mendenhall,
Meyers, Miller, Morris,Odom,Ottinger,Owens, Palmer, R. Palmer, Patterson, Peyton, Pierpoint, Pike, Poole, Porter, Ray,
Reardon, Recob, Regier, Rempel, Richardson, Richter, SanRomani, Santee, Schneider, Shannon, Sidener, Siedhoff, Smith,
Songer, Spann, R. Spann, Spoonamore, Stevens, Stilwell Strout, Stukey, Suit, Thompson, Walters, Ward, R. Ward, Ward,
Webber, Walters, Whitaker, T. Whitaker,, Wiles, Winsor, Winter, Wolff, and Young.
Performing at half time of the East home foot-
ball games is one of the projects of Mr. Kenneth
Thompson's "Marching Band". After the football
season, this organization is converted into a
smaller concert band. Concerts for intermediate
schools, two public concerts, and an East as-
sembly each school year are annual activities of
DRUM MAJOR AT THE FOOTBALL
GAME is junior, Gary Farhner. Virginia
Allen, '57, and Linda Lyman, '59, stand
Consisting of 80 members, the East High
Orchestra not only gives two public concerts Q'
each year, but also entertains at various inter-
mediate Schools. This year the orchestra traveled "
to Raymond and McPherson, Kans., to give con- fl ' K'
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ORCHESTRA. Mr. Kenneth Thompson, directory Adams, Allen, Barton, Berghley, Born, Bradley, Burton, Calkins, Castor
Caywood, Christensen, Cole, Condon, Comstock, Covington, Cowman, Crow, Cruit, Crumrine, Decker, Eaton, Edmonds
England, Evans, Parhner, Fields, Goldschmidt, Gordon, Grim, Hancock, Hanson, Ilaupt,Hershey, lliebert, Hoidale, Holler
Hyndman, Ianzen, Jones, M. jones, Johnson, Kerbs, Kuhlmann, Lake, Lamme,LeVelle, Malone, Mattingly, Mellick,Peters
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Shields, Schweiter, Stephens, Templin, Theis, Thomas, Thompson, Townsend, Turner, Unruh, VanMeter, Veazey, Walk
Walters, V. Walters, Watrous, Williams, and Yawger.
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Play me anywhere You need me.
I onbf ask for the stuff to give You one hundred
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Helly me to always play on the square.
No matter what the other players do, heya me to
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WRESTLING TEAM Fzfst Row G Krnkard B Stone V Tracy T Pack G Knox R Townley G Armstrong P Liber-
ty B Barger D Tredwell and D Goodpasture Second Row B Wxllrams Dooley R Brgler Dooley R Duty
Dunnaway R Pyle Cox K Jones B Hall S Sudduth G Bryant and Howe Tb1rdRow I Brewer D Smrth
D Hughs J Drxscol R Mrtchell J Colter G WY3flt1 D Peal D Morley L Conley L Srefert and Mr rm Barger
Coach Fourth Row D Smrth M McKay K Meyers N Lancaster Pratt A Hollmger Dunlavy AlBe1ghley R
Pegg I antz T Kovacs N Clay and R Cox F1 tb Row S Buckley S Anderson J Barber B Thomas B Gexst
B McClary L Addrson L Anderson R Brown L Perry andR Stlnson
Sparked by erght returnrng lettermen
under Coach 11m Barger East s matmen
Ll d P went undefeated rn seven dual meets thrs
n e r a r year The grapplers won the West Invxta
tronal Tournament took the Regronal
Tournament and went on to take second
I I place rn the Ark Valley
Fourteen boys earned thetr letters rn a
better than average season however the
squad fmrshed a somewhat drsapporntmg
slxth place rn the state tournament held at
Three lettermen sparked Don Wll'1gl1f,S
golf team throughout rts schedule, begm
nrng wrth a dual match wrth Tulsa and
endmg wrth the state tournament rn May.
In between these two events the golfers
partrcrpated rn the North mvltatronal, sxx
dual matches, and the rmportant regronal
GOLF TEAM Fxrst Row G Hull, R Cook, M Consolver, D Honeyman,M
Cole, andl Harfxeld Second Row S Anderson, B McKn1ght, R llrlson D
Peterson, W Wallace, V Tracy, and D Nxghswonger, Tbzrd Row l Allen, D
Hoffman, B Anderson, B Adams, B Johnson and M Huffman
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Thomas 57 as she pulls back the bow 'Wham the frrst prtch as Lmda McV1car 58
stung takes her place lh the catcher s box
Gxrls Phys1cal Educatron Department offers an
after school sports program to all grrls wrshlng to
earn a school letter or for enyoyment
All g1rls are elxgxble to eam an all sports letter
or swrmmmg letter Fnve hundred pornts are requrred
for an all sports letter and requrred swrmmmg tests
are necessary for a swrmmmg letter
Some of the major after school sports offered are
swrmmmg tennls bowlmg golf archery and soft
MODERN DANCE routxne rs demonstrated by
Judy Krtchen, '57, Sandy Bruce, '58, Bild
,lean Clay, '57
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rell's rhythm swimming class. Rhythm swim-
mers include, left to right, Patsy Kahrs, '58,
Barbara Kent, '59, Kit Reed, '59, Marina Pet-
roff, '57, and Carole Pierce, '57,
lT'S 'IS-LOVE as Deanna Lassen, '59, scores against her
An eye for the basket
Pxctured at rxght IS Mr Cllfford
Sxckles East basketball coach as
he gxves Dale Hurry 58 an en
couragmg pat on the back
Durmg the past season the
basketball team ftmshed rn a three
way t1e wlth West and Newton for
frrst place m Ark Valley Play
East proved 1ts supremacy over
these two teams by defeatmg West
twlce m regular season play and
defeatmg bewton 1n the Reg1onal
fmals East also won the crty
champlonshlp by drvrdmg vrctotres
wlth North and stopprng Kapaun
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Second Row B Pennypacker L Welburn S Rutledge T Black D Massey ensen and L Lamme Tbzrd Row B
Adams L Axlme D Zmn W Seals T Sawyer B Lehman andj Hood
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?HOOTlNG A JUMP SHOT ls East's Dale Hurry,
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HAULING DOWN HONORS as intramural
basketball champions are the Green-Boo-
gers, a senior team, composed of, left to
right: Bucky Walters, John Haran, Bob
Greenberg, Terry Grabham, Nelson Logan,
Tom Tierney, Bob Daniels, Ed Tucher,
Buzz Moss, and Phil Snodgrass.
'lT'S IN' shouts East rootets as Gordon Davis,
57, center, scores a set-up at the East-North game
xn the East gym.
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CROSS COUNTRY. First Row: L. Anderson, P. Rearick, P. Snodgrass, and K. Duncan. Second Raw: I. Clark L. Charlton, T.
Storey, J. Lorts, M, Pritchard T. Eaton, T. Richardson, J. Stallwitz, M. Caldwell, B. Statham, and B. Schumaker. Tbird Row:
Mr. B. Timmons, coach, J. Brasted, L. Green, J. Iantz, H. Roglef, I. Gardner, P. Naugle, G. Chambers, B. Stone, M. McKay,
and P McMahon Fourth Row: J Limper H. Hill D. Hoak, S. Andell, M. Burton, A. San Romani, B. Adams, T. Sawer, D.
Myers,.L. Hyde, Holgerson, T. .Stadler, lacobshager, and V. Tracy.
Thin Clad Ace
TRACK TEAM. L. Addison, L. Anderson, L. Armstrong, j, Ashmore, L,
Axline, B. Barger, I. Barrier, D. Black, 1. Bogue, I. Brewer, I. Brewer,
E. Brooks, R. 1. Brown, J. Bucher, H. Buckley, S. Buckley, M. Burton,
M. Calwell, G. Chambers, L. Chareton, B. Clark, N. Clay, P, C1oud,j,
Coulter, I. Creghead, B. Crumpacker, T. Darrah, G. Davis, G. Davis, D.
Douglas, K. Duncan, L. Elliott, D. Emery, K. Finkenbinder, D. Frank, J.
Gardner, B. Geist, D. Gilbert, T. Gire, T. Grabham, I.. Green, L. Hall. A.
Harrison, 1. Havens, D. Hill, H. Hill, D. Hoak, B. Holgerson, I. Howe, B,
Hull, D. Hurry, l-. Hyde, K. jacobshagen, 1. Jensen, G. Knox, L. Lamme, E.
Lee, I. Limper, L. Loomis, J. Lorts, T. Mallissee, H. Marcus, D. Maynard,
B. McCleary, M. McKay, McMahon, D. McNaught, E. Miller, R. Mitchell, D.
Mitts, R. Morris, l. Maurer, D. Myers, M. Nix, B. Noble, B. Ordwein, T.
Pack, R. Pegg, F. Peterson, T. Pilens, D. Porterfield, J. Pratt, M. Pritchard,
R. Pyle, B. Quiggle, R. Rakestraw, P. Rearick, S. Reece, L. Reynolds, P.
Richenburg, J. Rodda, H. Roglet, L. Rogers, D. Sanders, A. SanRomani, L.
Shryock, P. Snodgrass, J. Stallwitz, B. Statham, T. Steele, G. Stinson, M.
Sullivan, D. Swartz, R. Taylor, A. Teague, A. Thomas, J. Thompson, .
Tiller, D. Treadwill, M. Tutt, R. Unrau, R. Waddill, B. Ward, T. White, .
Wilburn, and D. Zinn.
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East High's cross country team, coached
by Bob Timmons, began the season by
boasting a 57-member team, which was 31
more than last year. Five seniors, four
juniors, and 26 sophomores made up this
The 'thinclads' won the East, North, and
West Triangularg the College Hill Invita-
tional, the Maize Dual, tne East Invita-
tional, the West Invitational, and the Re-
gionals. The Aces, also, placed second in
the North Invitational, third in the Emporia
Invitational, and third in the State Meet.
East's track team, with 14 returning
lettermen, began the season by participating
in a ciuadrangular meet with North, West, and
Derby, March 22. Bob Timmons was coach
for a team of 120 boys.
The team ended this year's season, which
included triangular and quadrangular meets,
the Wichita University and Kansas Uni-
versity relays, the East Invitational, and
the State Meet at Wichita University, May
Last year the Aces lost the State title t0
Topeka by one-point. From 1944 to 1956,
East won the title eight times and placed
second four times.
Wlth the bases loaded
BASEBALL TEAM F1fstRow L Lewis B Daniels K ones Snyder Haran N Downing G Bryant T Holler
andB Walters Second Row R Casidy Rader B Brooker B Martin R Graber D Weiskirch and F Chappell Tbzrd
Row McNemey Coach D Goodvasture Dunlevy G Wyant D Rader K Wilson B Stone and T Storey
WARNING-UP for that first game is pitcher Gayle
Six returning lettermen from the 1956 State Cham
pionship Team strengthened the Blue Ace diamondmen,
under coach Jim McNerney as they faced their open-
ing opponent in the 1957 season. Their schedule this
season includes nine games plus the regional tourna
ment and State Championship play offs.
Finishing the 1956 season with seven wins and two
losses to their credit the bat-crackers took second
place in the Ark Valley and went on to take the State
SWIMMING TEAM Fzrst Row I Stallwrtz L Prather P Snodgrass Loveland and P McMahon Second Row
Llnaey G Gsell M Caldwell J Ashmore T Darrah Clark P Naugle H Nann andM Prltchard Tbzrd Row S
Reece B Holgerson E Lee Barrxer D Porterheld L Rogers G Trller T Steele L Hyde D Sanders P M1111
ken D ackson R Morrxs andD Tuttle
Aquatlcs at East
JUST BEFORE THE SPLASH Larry Prather, '57, gets set on the edge of
the dxvrng board
East's "tankmen", undefeated ln dual
meets thrs season, placed second rn the
State Sw1m Meet under the coachmg of Bob
T1mmOHS West's Proneers won therr se-
cond strarght trtle defeatmg the Aces by
Thrs season East took West, 45 to 32,
North, 60 to 17 and 55 to 22, Wyandotte,
41 to 36, Coffeyvllle, 43 to 34, also
Topeka, 53 to 24 In the trrangular meet
West won frrst wlth 50 pomts whxle East
"splashed" past Wyandotte for second
place, 44 to 36
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TENNIS TEAM. First Row! S. Tracy, K. Hall, Stewart, D. Coulter, P. Milliken, B. Blackwill, and R. Whitten. Second
Row: Gardner, S. Rutledge, T. Richardson, M. Darter, N. Ellet, W. Sowers, and D. Ford.
Half time entertainers
GYMNASTIC TEAM. First Row: M. Wolf, and M. Miller. Second
Row: G. Hershy, L. Smith, P. Story, J. Springborn, J. Carter,
and J. Turkel. Tbird Row: I. Emig, Coachg Frank Henkel, J.
Moon, J. Beck, S. Warren, j. Mosteller, L. Terpening, and J.
Miller. Fourth Row: S. VanMeter, J. Springborn, D. Anderson,
l- Rauh, C. Phillips, and G. Chambers.
Among the 35 netmen who answered Coach Cy
Sickles' call for tennis this year were four letter-
Beginning their season with a dual match with
Winfield, the East team competed in 7 dual matches
during the schedule and then went on to compete in
the regional and state tournaments in mid-May.
East's gymnastic team, composed of 21 boys, is
sponsored by Coach Frank Henkel. This group of
boys perform between halves at the home basketball
Coach "Bernie" Taylor, right and
Assistant Coach jim Barger coached the
East football team to the Ark Valley and
City championships, with 8 wins, 1 loss,
' and 1 tie.
Starting the season with a 13-6 win East 21
over Wellington and ending with an 18-6 East 7
' win over West, the team came within 45 East 13
J seconds of an undefeated season. That
A ' was the time left when Topeka broke into East 14
X the end zone and defeated the Aces 7-3. East 7
T A Next year "Bemie" Taylor will be Eastzl
Assistant Football Coach at Wichita Uni-
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MAINSTAYS QF THE EAST SQUAD this year were, in the line, Terry Grabham, right endg Jim Cox, ri ht tackle, Ken
neth jones, right qauardg Bob Daniels, center, jim Foster, left guard, John Moss, left tackleg and Denny Emery, left end
In the backfield, ill Noble, right halfbackg Gordon Davis, quarterbackg Nelson Logan, fullbackg and john Rader, left
halfback, carried the ball for the Aces. All of this group are seniors except John Rader who is a junior.
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SKULL PRACTICE or talking over football problems is routine work for coach Bernie Taylor's Big Blue squad.
RUN EAST RUN! Bill Noble, '57, halfback
streaks for an East touchdown against North
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the football team presents
Ark Valley football trophy to
Srd F Moore who accepts rt
of the school
ITS A TOUCHDOWN as Nelson Logan
57 crosses the goal line in the East-
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Thrs rs the last Ark Valley trophy
East grldders wlll be able to wrn smce
East North and West have wrthdrawn
from the Ark Valley to form a cxty
league wxth Southeast next year
RACING FOR A FIRST DOWN is quarter-
back Gordon Davis, '57, in the East-Welling'
Senior, Sharon Armstrong, reigned as 1957 Football Sv
over the East-Ark City game Oct. 25. Senior right tackle, jim Cox,
escorted the queen and gave her the traditional kiss, Her atten-
dants, Marjane Gaston and Sandra Andrews were escorted by
gridsters john "Buzz" Moss and jim Foster, all seniors.
Cllimaxing the reign of her Royal Highness was the Sweetheart
Dance, Nov. 27, in the East Hangar,
RECEIVING A KISS from jim Cox, '57, elected by the
team for this honor, is Sharon Armstrong, 1957 Football
Sweetheart, while Connie Shenk, jim Foster, Sandra
Andrews, and john Moss, all seniors, look on.
Alt the u'0rla"s a stage,
And all the merz ana' women merety players.
They have their exits ana' their entrances,
And one man in his time plays marry parts,
As You Like It
HOLDING BALLOONS and singing 'Coney
Island Baby' in the Sophomore Assembly are,
left to right, Gail Eberhardt, Mary Clark,
Diane Filton, Judy Hunt, Peg Davis, and
TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM is solved by
Mike Caldwell in the Junior Assembly as he
climbs back into the trunk to be carried out,
after finishing his reading on 'Jury Duty".
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fills the air as, left to right, Bob Daniels, Ed
Tucker, Phil Snodgrass, Tom Tierney, and
Bucky Walters practice their number.
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'WHEN THE SUN RlSES," Phyllis Baum and Mike Alexander play
Q i accident victims while Iudi Scholl portrays a nurse during the series of
one-act plays presented by the Junior Dramatics Class on january
f 3 30-31.
'SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE', Left to right, Dan
Crego, Frank l.eGrisse, and Sherry Maule have P3115
in the first Junior Dramatics class play presented
'BETWEEN TRAlNS', Left to right, Leotta Otti,Brenda Belote,
Sherry Maule, Revae Hughes, and Judy Lee are among the stu-
dents who played parts in the one-act plays presented by the
Junior Dramatics classes on March 5-6.
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'THE TRYSTING PLAcE', Members of the
"Seven Keys to Baldpate" and
16 one-act plays were presented
this year by the junior dramatics
classes under the direction of
Mrs. Virginia Edgett at Curtis
Intermediate and in the East High
A mystery drama, 'Seven Keys
to Baldpatef' was presented on
October 18 and 19, at Curtis Inter-
mediate with Linda Marshall and
Dan Crego having the leads.
Of the 16 one-act plays, eight
were presented January 50 and 31,
while on March 5 and 6 eight more
plays were given.
McKinney, Dan Crego, Susie Warren, Mike Barton, Jim Basham, Marthaigiftlfin,
and Jack Lortz, play the final scene of this one-act play.
'RECOGNITION SCENE FROM ANASTASlA',
Margaret Mull, and Ann Dedrick, both Juniors,
present a dramatic moment in one of the one-act
plays given January 30-31.
'LOST VICTORY", A tense moment is dramatizedby, left to right,
Jaylyle Fahlin, Marilyn Gunther, and Judy Pruner in a one-act play
presented by the Junior Dramatics classes, January 30-31.
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Tragedy, romantic comedy, and human problems
have been dramatized this year by the Fast High
Senior Dramatics classes under the direction of Mr.
EFFECTIVE LIGHTING for stage production is handled by Ed . .
Kitch and jim Stewart, both seniors, at the new lighting con- 'Joan of Lorfameiia Presented Oct' 2O'25' m
'SABRINA FAIR' Linus, portrayed by Dave
Laing, practices on his golf game during a
Scene in the Senior Dramarics classes' pro-
duction, jan. 21-22.
'theatre-in-the-round' was a play within a play that
told the tragedy of joan of Arc, the French girl who
gave her life for God and her country.
A romantic comedy, "Sabrina Fair' was presented
Feb. 21-22. After a trip to Paris, Sabrina Fair-
child, the daughter of the Larrabee's chauffer re-
turned to her home on Long Island Sound and fell
in love with both of the Larrabee boys.
"The Barretts of Wimpole Street", the love Story
of two great poets, was presented in May.
'SABRINA FAIR' Nancy Castor as Sabrina receives
some advice from Linus, played by Dave Laing, in the
second semester Senior Dramatics classes' production.
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The past is gone Today is mine to a'o with as I will
A resh neu book o li e zn uhzch to urzte
The past is dead Nor shall it rise to haunt me
With bitter thoughts of sad mistakes 1,126 made.
They'll not be stumbling blocks to halt my footsteps,
But stepping-stones to better things ahead.
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Ellen Starr Mallory
Ralph Lawrence Norton
james Leroy Nrpper
Barbara Elma Pratt
Bernard Glenn Reece
Lauls Earl Reynolds
Karl Kay Touhey
Alma Faye Wrxght
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Or walk with Kings-nor lose the common touch,
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with -you, hut none too much.
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