Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS)

 - Class of 1953

Page 1 of 82

 

Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1953 Edition, Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 82 of the 1953 volume:

. S SS! ,uf , N A "7 ffi 5 H. 2 3 .1 4 li THE HKSIINIAN SENIIIR MASS or l953 A A - ff., 5 Q A 'f' 'M A Q, , 6 'R ' it J' . . . Q 0 ,, -.' 'A - - ' -4-,... . , 1 , ,,"i9'-4 1 V- -' S .1': ty ,.. :gn , 6 ,n at S fag" Q f Q iq- 'nl 6 . 4 Q 'JVIJ . v i M 'Q J' a N ? 9 Y i N23 335 'N f w ,ff 39 - 1. ,V yy- Si - ...z"' , f-'F ,'-4,319 1 r is -Q 2. 49 ,I W "ff-:wtf fri- if-inf .S 'Q '14, 'P' e.-17'--wf.r1 Q. N, -M O? " mf' ,528 -.L I ff 'Q 1 v-:.. lf fa'-g' : 5,1-fm fe. . In 4, 0-Nm I-f ,LN A I I A 0 my .1 Y 'ev+" Wg? v- J-I-4 - , , Y . -wg , x ,I A9 f - S r V4 YJ . 5.1 . Mx ,. V no 'aw' 4114.11 'F' " 'L nntu I I ,I , A L, 4 af: if' u J W 2' A 8. I A , 5' Y 'G rv"'l',Q '5'5f"1'J 4' , 5 if' iffy ,a , 1! '.1, .,-' , iw 'ar 4+ fl- 'bil 5-ff 'P' vf' mf-': 7 'TYUYX1 , ,L ,,,' ,tfx 41 Atifkpk gs! ' ' . , 1 f V Q ' : 'S My aes... , wg S A , , - ,fe-V if I N Q' 5. , 0,15 Q .',,- .' Tk'ff:W:f",' QA' "fx lf Qwqgxfw, L4 'tffxv ,N I' XQg.M'Y:ufxi'-yu-if K ' ix ff '4 W vajrt' ' My, 'M 'gig 3: i V vw Q :gi A 3..- 01. Dial irf'1'...., 6? 5:5 Q F5 I v ! .z. 'E . Q f"'S 7 . MSAPI K, . m 3 ., ug K vi z .. Y LF' ' ' ww., 9 q . K-, " , J .!46!l'l'lll'll5fl"CLfl ,Q Q I r 5 1, ,9 5 Qi 3, ! ,, H I'in BIG WIIEHS it ,i ,lf- I gnu, . -3 xx --...I """-'--,........., TOP: Supt, Ernest Edmondsg Reading clockwise: Mr, C,O, Brown, musicg Mrs, Cleda McCullough, home economicsg Mr, James McCullough, history, com- mcrceg Mrs. Paxton Smith, 7th gradeg Mr. Roy Harkrader, 8th gradeg Mr, Raymond Goble, math, X scienceg Mrs, Page Manley, English, dramaticsg Mr, Ted Gould, coach, shop, This page sponsored by ELK CITY LUMBER CO. Elk City, Kansas -... SCHOOL BOARD Director, Leo Horton, Treasurer, I-I.H. Kroekerg Clerk, Herman Schwatkeng Superintendent, Ernest Edmonds el C P3 61 UST QQ do J ' O CF' 09 lm 01 Si 9069 OWSQAN 00 IH! BIG WHlElS BUS DRIVERS, Left to Right: Dick Lessman, Raymond Hare, This page sponsored I: Lawrence Fairbanks, Harvey RODERICK FUNERAL H Houchin, Virgil Koger Independence, Kansa . sc if N .2553 , if f. x, 1 3. A ,. F 31' 592 ' Lflv gg. D x rf- 4 3 1,4 .G W wr. . k fgugg ,Z ' w .,,A D' lg .+.wN 32, 2, 3 P ' . . U51 Q x ,H X K ling, f me .NJC 5 Q w ,. .. s ,L s lyk, ' w F '11 2 Q 2 gi 51. rv. :J A41 wa 5 5 5 .2 4 i , 4 11 MARGARET STROBLE "Her heart is like the moon5 there's a man in it. " Glee Club 1,45 band I, 2, 3,45 cheerleader 2, 3,45 "Perfect ldiot" 35 "Accent On Youth" 45 Secretary-treasurer lg Vice-president 35 secretary, pep club 45 orchestra Ig basketball queen 4, DOYLE DARATT "All great men are deadg and I don't feel so well myself, " President of class 25 editor of Elksonian 45 basketball I,2, 45 football I, 35 mixed chorus I,2,3,45 "The Ghost House" 35 "Accent On Youth" 4, band I, 2, 3. SUE HASE "Laugh and the world laughs with you, frown and you wrinkle your face." Pep club l,2, 3,45 glee club I,4: "Accent On Youth" 45 "The Perfect Idiot" 35 mixed chorus 1,49 treasurer 45 F,H.A. 2, 35 band I, 3, 45 drum majorette 45 girls' basketball 2, 3,4. NORMAN BENNETT "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men, " Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 football 45 "Perfect Idiot" 35 "Accent On Youth" 45 track 45 baseball 25 president of class 3,45 annual staff 4. IANETTE NEWKIRK "It's nice to be natural, when you're naturally nice" Glee Club I, 2. 3,45 Mixed Cho. 2,3, 45 F.H.A. 35 Orchestra I5 Band I,2,3,4: "Accent on Youth" 45 Sec. - Treas. of class 2, 3,45 Basketball 2,45 Pep club I, 2, 3, 4. WALTER DAVIDSON "We don't want him any longer5 he 's long enough. " Basketball 2, 45 Football 45 Track l,2, 3,45 "Perfect ldiot" 35 "Accent on Youth" 45 Annual staff photographer 4. Sl IIIRS This page sponsored by THE UNION GAS SYSTEM, INC. Independence, Kansas 7, Sl IIIRS IOLENE B, RANEY "You can tell her by the noise she doesn't make. " Pep Club I, 2, Band I, 2, Glee Club I,2, Mixed Cho. I,4g "Accent on Youth" 4. BOB INLOW "Rapid of hand and foot, and thought as wel1." Came from Valley Center, Kansas I, 2, Basketball 3,4g Football 3,4g Track 3, "The Perfect ldiot" 3, "Accent on Youth" 4g Vice-Pres, of Senior Class 4g Sports Editor of Annual Staff 4. MARILYN W. INLOW "Always trying to please, never to offend" Pep Club I, 2, 3, Pres. 4g Band I, 2, 3, Glee Club I, Accompanist 2, 3, 4, Mixed Cho. 4: Cheerleader 2: Football Queen 35 F.H.A. 2, 33 Asst. Business Mgr. of Annual Staff: 'Per- fect Idiot" 35 "Accent on Youth" 4: "Taming of the Shrew" 33 "Ghost House" 3. WILLARD BRIGHT "There 's honesty, manhood and fellowship in him. " Football I, 3, 43 Basketball I,2, 3,45 "Perfect Idiot" 33 "Accent on Youth" 4, Vice-Pres, of Class 3, MARGARET KEATH "Full of pep and full of fun, she's a friend of everyone, " F. H. A. 2: Band I, 2, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I,2, 3,45 Mixed Cho. 3.4. ALLEN KOGER "He knows a lot but keeps it to himself. " Football Ig Baseball 2, Basketball I, 2, 3,4g 'Perfect Idiot" 33 "Accent on Youth" 4. This page sponsored by DARBY'S I. G. A. SUPER MARKET Independence, Kansas H ,fr ' 'UM .AA ANNA MAE BUSCHER "Humor is the salt of life---I like things highly seasoned. " F.H.A. Secretary 2, 3, President 45 School Secretary 45 "Perfect ldiot" 35 "Accent on Youth" 45 Glee Club I,2,3. WILBUR BRIGHT "lt is the men that cause the women to dislike each other. " Basketball I, 2 Asst. Trainer 3,45 Football I5 Baseball 25 "Perfect Idiot" 35 "Accent on Youth" 4. CAROLYN MARR "Not so still and quiet as you think. " F.l-l,A. 2, 3, Historian 45 Mixed Cho. 45 Glee Club I,2, 3,45 Band I,2,35 Pep Club I,2, 3,45 Annual Staff Business Mgr. 45 "The Perfect Idiot" "Accent on Youth" GERALD WILSON "When study interferes with my good times, I cut out the study" Football I, 3,45 Basketball I, 25 Track I, President of Class I5 "The Perfect Idiot" 3g "Accent on Youth" 4. CAROLYN L. WILLIAMS "Marriage is the high seas for which no compass has been invented." Glee Club I5 Band 25 F.H.A. 35 Pep Club I,2,3. JOHN HALL "If a man is as good as his word to a woman, this senior talks too much." Football 1,25 3,45 Baseball 25 Track I5 Mixed Cho,,45 "The Perfect Idiot" 3, Si IIIRS This page sponsored by THE INDEPENDENCE DAILY REPORTER Independence, Kansas , Sl IIIRS LR. GLASS "Nature wrote gentleman on his brow, " Football I, 2, 3,4, Track 2, Mixed Cho, I, Basketball I, 2, PHYLLIS BOTTS "She is as likable as she is lookable." F.H.A. 2, Secretary 3, Vice-pre- sident 4, "The Perfect Idiot" 3, "Accent on Youth" 4, "The Taming of the Shrew" 3, Dramatic 3,4, Glee Club I,2, 3, Mixed cho. 2,3, Football Queen 4, Annual Staff 4, Pep Club I, 2, 3. BOB DAVIS l-leiis strongest from his neck up. " "Perfect ldiot" 3, Track I,2, 3. .TUNE JOLLY . "She has a ring in her voice, as well as on her finger, " Came from Laverne Okla, in Soph. year. F.H.A. 2,3, reporter 4, Glee Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3. NORMAN LINN "A careful student, careful not to overdo. " Basketball I, 3, Baseball 2, "Perfect Idiot" 3, Annual Staff 4, Dramatics 4, "Accent on Youth." EVELYN GAITHER "She seldom speaks, but when she does. " Came from Garnett, Kans. for Senior year, Glee Club Librarian 4, Mixed Cho. 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Pep Club 4, "Accent on Youth" 4, This page sponsored by NEWKIRK INSURANCE AGENCY 219 West Main Independence, Kansas Q X M fpzllf ,. .Q - llvm,k.:g,gv,N: 1 ' g f" f .lv J. wa. , Xa "IM ... 1. -if " ' M is H S- 154 'T' T! 3 E T11 fl -1 11 13 B 5.5 if S5 fa 5 an Q F iq nm 4 1,1 W? 2, ii V 91 :A f-N r- 9. 'Zi Si Pi 'E Ei f -3 ii QL E 1 ,, F Q5 Kay Keath "If she can't find anything to laugh about she'll just giggle. Doris Hughes "She's lovely, she's engaged, she's got what it takes." Martha Jo Davidson "She and gloom are no re- lation." Ronald Burns "I could be conceited but it isn't worth the trouble." Larry Counsil I haven't much appetite for studies. " Carmen Wassom "Small, but so is a stick of dynamite." Patsy Eytcheson "If silence is golden, she's a millionaire." Thurman Taylor "I don't worryg it would shorten my life." Bill Imhoff "He's got western blood in them thar veins." Lyla Jean Bruce " This gal has her future planned and I think it includes a man." f palosuodg AQ SLQHIA CIIAII 3"I HW .LN D 'o 'aouapuadapul may SES l,.. 11 Lorraine Denton "Talent is a gift of God." Jim Vaughn "Why can't those women be contented with me ?" Wayne Chism "Work has killed many a man, why die." Martha Buscher "Pretty as a picture, nice frame too." Katherine Lombard "My favorite fruit is "dates. " Larry Mills "Smooth--but not only on a basketball floor. " Max Bryant "Any time, he will gladly leave all his dull'books. " Marcilee Furnas "Men may comeg men may gog but not if I can help it." Leo Glass "They don't come like me very Often. " Deloris Sellers "Is she as innocent as she looks?" 12 fl 1,0 aouapuadapul 951 SBSH i HON E1'CIN3clCE1'CINI DNI"I.I..I.OH OO I DN F r '5 in L 23 1 A, ',. J 'Z ,, 1 4? -'z' K' K L of if 'V' .n V4 w , i 'u 5i,,0fW,,0,. 1, V551 iv L 1 f 4 .V '. 15. 'f .AJ lg .L . -Q W. :gi fi! 1 'Y yi '11 E 37 fn 3 if , I. Sf: 73 'i W 7? an fi as s- .U ia E A 5 Q' I , " X ,Q a rc gl gm A 1: Ti! fi af r P-1"-,vs 'JZ' 59" .at W f 1 . Xiwwv' , N. " SIIPHUNIIIIIIS TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Neil Buscher, Ronald Schwatken, Ann Hall, Marie Wassom, Sue Kimrey. SECOND ROW: Jim Kimrey, Bob Biggs, Joan Irnhoff, Frank Wheeler, Frank Darbro. THIRD ROW: Charlotte Darbro, Delaine Linn, Joe White, Jeanine Payne, Vernon Harpster. LEFT: Marlene Johnson, Newell Jordon RIGHT: Stanley McMurray, Doris Bayes, BOTTOM ROW: Carol Parks, George Reynolds, Margaret Newton, Robert Burns, Billie Pinnell. This page sponsored by HALSEY BROS. DRY GOODS AND KRESS STORE We an 'M 7 Y u. n ' Y or 5 , ' , 1 55 W',iJ K .msg 4 X FIX , l ,f N Yf..1 f 1 X x ' XX fx X, X ii , ' JV if -...N '42 4 ,A 9' Eff' .T if Q 2, ,- N . r - jj! i Aff - ,iff ,uf xx 5 1 73, is H A 15.53. 6 1. ? f 1 f I, ,S- 4 Ylw"T7f 4 'Y HW Q: 9"' ' Www, X.-fl, we A f-1+ MA l'I'L2I'L 5 Q .Li 3. 'E 2 -A Q2 :S 11 .ti Z3 'I if VI er' , A, r 1 .., Q3 25 ,Tl .2 4, I 3 2 V 92 1 gi is xi 1 W4 Ee ik N 'Su M 4 'a 1 I k. Iii L. 5 is .4 nr Q0 , ,V fi. .J-,fy any 2,7 Ez . 4.2 2, W? Rx .bn fiflx. mw-w-- ni mit! ii .. w ' uw '35 fn w 1Q5 ' of -wk N ' -xv f fx ., S? , , Em , . nm. an +,-,, . lv 'Mu 1, I f 1, L " A n . Q 'gg , ur ' W fx . , ,,'., Q , ' ,,L, , , K, , . . " f S 1 3 - ' W , V-4 W, Q , , . i L A W'-s 1 4 ik ., ,. , ik' L. - ,HT , k 5 1' . -.if ,, . - .- 1 , kr ,. . 'V Q K .. V 3 33, ,A , , ' .V ' - 'wait'-'q lb df X ,I Q3 Q IH' . ig: . 12: X -flip. ' IX ip i X ix 5 ff ,. ,' f ' . ' xr ffl. , -Q :4 J,- ,3 . , .fy .W 5. 0 1. A., I 4. f' - Ava. v . X 'W P T' 'Y 2 yi 5 ar- . K ,. Q 5 M. 1 :tis 6: X f- -, fy - , 'ff-'Y L. uf . MW, . Q 1 A, gf ,, 1 f BP Ya J T 5 ..,,,, , ,,, 1-,aalU . M, 3 r-'L I . .: E ' , f ws gf 1 3 Q. Q41 f' 1 V3 Z1 71 'f-.1 . :-1 Q4 1 . " 9 55 Q31 53 Q '4 55 ii 5 ,. :fe N' fi' ff he 5 if Q. .P 'E .,. 1 . 'Q he ra 'E 5,- ,Z 'T s id 'Q lf 59 ,rf A E fl S we , ,- My .Iohrwon ,X 'f".1Nw., Rilflkill K. Jaw! IZ. Fostex' 'f"'qgw..4, K, iffikx M A Keath QE!" ., , YQ' Ami ' 'Q ..C wi. ' Schwatkcn f e s S Qs fi Vaughn 13:5 K Deny , K 2,2 e rf W' x , WP ,W ..., ff' , ,ii ,'.,c L , JH A 1:3 if v,., , , T PPPP J P P . P : 'fllf ' f . . -01: 1 'V'2"'1 N' ., fFE-gf-- 'iiirfi-'35, . f ' He: U , , . f . V -n . f., , 'Q 5' .-,A A A P ,N 11: V ' ' ' P ' Wi-- - ' - ' P P . f Es, ,I .. . f 3 ostell r P , Star - 7th GRADE - - I - - , L' ff- W ' r. Q., W 5:6 ..,. .. -. v . ,M lf: ,1 'P "f'1,- 155, W X , iifjffi J f- fi? wif Lf if :f f . h PT! P " seg : This page sponsored by BOWLUS SUPPLY CO. Pittsburg, Kansas XTX , M N wx l ge Ai 5 7 2 A N 5 , 41 -li si 1 'FA SE Q Q! 1 ,. , f! 31 N J f ,a 'c 5 'E 41 ' i 2 I 'Q 1 'H 1 Q: ,.,1 G1 'S 5 in J Q 'fe fi fi in 3 43 0' as-iw ff WE' ,Q - -- A- RACK ROW: Ilrrwk, Sully-15, Nuwkirk Willrrrrrrs, Davidson, Storrg, Crawford, ijyrr-In-5011, T, Nvmgrmr Nvgrssorrr. THIRD ROW: C. Wrrssorrr, Smrk, Bays, Bruce, Ilzarrrrl, Morsu, Dzrrbro, Dvmrmrr, SIECONIJ ROW Iirdrrrgrrr, Iidrrrorrds, Imrrus, Rm-d, Ifurrrzn, Irrrlroff, Slrohlu, Hull, kfohtur, Iohrrsou, FRONT ROW: Lomb Wilsmr, Cimssfruld, 5c'E.wrrtkc1r, S. Marr, C, Marr, llasc, Parks, Sirrrrrrom, Murrrll, llmlgw, and Cox This page Sponsored by I'III,I,E MUSIC CO. C- O-ABTOKWU Indcpcudcrncc, Kansas DIRLCTOK LEFT, Twirlcr, Kathryn Imrrrbzrrd, CENTER, Drum Majorctrc, Sm- Ilzrsc. RIGHT, Twirlur, Gloria Crwx. Q T Girls' Lilee Club BACK ROW L. TO R.: J. Newkirk, M. Keath, M.I. Davidson, G. Cox, S. Kimrey, L.I. Bruce, M. Stroble, L. Denton, M. Burns, C. Bruce, B. Erdman, T. Helms, S. Counsilg FRONT ROW L. TO R., B. Sellers, R. James, M. Furnas, C. Parks, S. Morse, E. Gaither, S. Hase, A. Hall, M. White, S. Marr, C. Ixlarr, D. Sellers, M.E. Wilsong CZ6, 6' C2 0 49 OFFIC 6-'QS Janette Newkirk, Carolyn Marr Pres. ViCe-p1.eS. L Jfla Sec -lean 81. . .T U Peas Ce, The Mixed Chorus sings at the Christmas program. 52.6 6,0 X. Q if QL f 0 93,0 039 V306 O6 O K9 ,gg Yydfpw QQQVOO 99 astro Oil 26 41 fy AO, ' fa 'S' ob 4700, 3 63390 0 6 1.9 OK3 '74, NIOL O 5 'fffgj n 1 'I N 3 Z ,C Ll ig 511 5 'z f -r QL, Q xl 'RQ 3 K all rganizafiond Q, g 2 V 5 1 - , . x . K bf- . ,I . . I , ffm" wf. - 'fy ,... . ,1 1 , .., , -1. xx 4 K " ' 34 . A K .u,13,,g TY f A H Ei 'f K ' ' .avid 15-" 1' :mf-5 'Vs'-A ' 951 I 1, , - gjL':.:.a N '..A 1 2-:mfg . . '. T'-1.4-F v an ,.w' ,"' -- .2 fi' . 1 ' - y 1 . -,.-24, , ' L ffivii' . . ', ny, .r f.,Q " . 'L . .X .,. .,gg,,,,. .-,-.f ' 4. a M,'x'd'd - :.. . . .s 1 ' mf' . :,,,,,,.?,,v.5 -V.. ' .1 x . ff. 'wif- 1 .. 'x' 'f.:':s :.t'52'-gi. Q f 1 I. x Q. ,QI , ,X a 4, ug' J 5' , ' .L - Rf. ,H TL. QE., , ' ,.,f,a1'.K'-.,j. -Y-'gn , , ...rg t W- -.aw ki A., QM 1 .X 4 J 1 32,54 : .- yu' .. '-557. VJ., ..x,w,, ...V 'QMLQ--K .',.:y ,f-.4 .4 . . .gy , 1-. , .. ,111 ,js Q . .'Qv.,f,f, .Uv-. 5 . .g - Q.. . 5 , .' L, f .k:e,:'.,.., .. Av: . , 1 54... ..- 1, - z ' iw ,' I- . . ' , 4. K-1-L ' .1',.-., . . . - .. , -'A , V- -X -.4 wx, ' . ...Q ' ,, Q. r. -' .f.. 1, . .5-.ne .2 'lf . V - -wiv' . K , i:',..A.-Ki , , gf. ...mx A' 4. '.: ' " .4 Q- .. . ,J , di-f... .4 '. 7,5 4 '. ' -' ',- 'Gui' ' -. 'ak . Qs", ff-'fjisff - ' , 3 " 1' A' ' 1 ' .'.?.',f Tiff . f . v ,f "gf, if ,. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob lnlow, Sports Editorg Nornian Bennett, Senior Cltiss l'rcs.g Wulter Davidson, Photographerg Norman Linn, Salesmang Allen Koger, Salesinang SEATED LEFT TO RIGH Mrs. Page Manley, Advisorg Marilyn White, Asst. Bussiness Mgr.g Doyle Duratt, Editor-In-Chicfg Sue Hase, Asst. Editorg Phyllis Botts, Snaps Collectorg Carolyn Marr, Business Munagcrg Compliments of JAYHAWK BREAD The Eldsonian staff is Lomposed of seniors who have tried earnestly to make this book at complete record Wt. hope you irc Lnioying it now ind in years to come, we hope j,'.,ii fini it ri rich source of pleziszint 2 M54 llflllg gli The Future Homemakers of Arnerica is the national organization of pupils studying homemaking in junior and senior high schools of the United States and its territories. The local chapter received a blue ribbon for their booth during the Elk City Coummunity Fair. The chapter was represented at the district conference at Pittsburg last fall and the state conference at Topeka this spring. Compliments of CITY CAFE and L. 8: R. GROCERY STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Beverly Sellers, Jeanine Payne, Glora Mae Cox, Martha Davidson, Twila Helms, Marcilee Furnas, Margaret Burns, Carol Bruce, Donna Crawford, Ann Crossfield, Sandra Mores, Doris Bays. SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Sue Kimrey, Lyla Bruce, Lorraine Denton, Mrs. McCullough, Sponsor, Anna Mae Buscher, June Jolly, Phyllis Botts, Carolyn Marr, Sara Marr. FRONT ROW: Carol Parks, Barbara Erdman, Deloris Sellers, Mary E. Wilson, Sharon Council. rniniziisfxs ffuzsgtffsfff ,stamens .... 4 NL .Q nw" HIlAlVlAllCS lIlASl CD51 l:1Guurrc" 2, "l'ui A l'uol" 3, "Not Quite Such A 4. "Mill Ou Flic Floss" 5, Piilsburg Couicsl Rea 3, a This page i5 sponsorccl by thc DENDO FUNERAL :md OTEY JEWEI ,RY HOME SHOP l 6. Spf.-ccliCl1oir 7, "City Slivkur Aud Our Nell" us , MAX Plp CHE ER Ann LEA D C E ros5fie1ES:IV 1 larie Wa sgom Lol. fgin 6 D C1-Ito H 1 Ma Tgilret St Tgbl C ex 'Leu , Xexs owl 1 V awe , 'Exmxas , Sewane. , owl 1 yhotee , CQNK YXGXGX mai faovl 1 Coxm ' Sew xxsonx, Kawai-. 'Y ' 5 BCXL Vs SECOSO YL xx Xmvoii , Y-,xckvao , vi S1 Pv, LYYS 'YO Q-X66 . Bunce, Oavoxo, Banos, Bags, xv, Moqixbasd, Sokxosoo, S6610 . Since, XNXHW, Qase, whats, C,iossiXeX6. Couh, Xkxqmeq , wa SN assoqv, Oavkcxsoo, XN assoqv, Demon, Suo'oXe,, Ma COL. Sse Y-Ha AN F T1-is , New Hi?U1PM 13-n EN d T I DJexV Idea Far ffl E q . mpment I IGO OD E FCZLIPMEN ME T R M BETTAEIEES A G . 'I D Z4 Gavin , 026 , s, Sex ch, kim SY: P860 Saorfa , ""' , 1fw" 1 ,ff H x XX jf Xx X ' Vx fx Q 7 m X X A ' X i 1 gg Xxx X 1 V fy. If 1, ,,, X 5 Hg, iikkfr-. VXI' if -KX' 5 I QX ' Q - f' , 1' 'Q f 4 H XJ! 'f J 5 f ' ff' ff 7 ff x ,f J fx f Y ' . 4 1 W Q X ' ' f' i' if f ,IQ IU' K , If 4 v V J, v . '. , ' xc V, , fn . N K . f -.ff f A , fJq54' lN A 4 , X -' Q, , , 2 55 ,E .J 'J gi i3 FI ,lf I 3 E ,,. ' 2 'r 41 fa' 1, 'l T! v fa BS K L' 3.1 1 li L4 Q 55 as Q :J Q 1. ye Z! S 1 W Compliments of Elk Elk Elk Elk Elk Elk Elk Elk City City City 14 City City City City 14 City THE ELK CITY SUN Football, 1952 was by no means squad gave fans plenty of exciting moments. admiration from fight and spirit When Coach Ted version, at Elk City, sensational, but the The Red Devils won everyone in showing throughout the season. Gould blew first call Z4 candidates re- ported for practice. We finished without losing a single squad member. Moline invaded Elk City for the season opener with a strong team, but the Red Shirts served notice they were to be no push-over for any team by tying the game O-O. The coach asked the squad if there were any injuries and the only reply was, "Nothing but Moline's feelings. " As the season progressed the Red Devils continued to give a good account of themselves and a threat to everyone they met. Moline 0 Cedarvale O Peru 0 Sedan Z4 Erie 15 Edna 0 Chetopa 14 Howard 13 aw ff af. 1 -1, 'vii .1 A K. ,.k H.l.,,, , ,- , lm 'klAHg y A 'M gif' ay.. ki is-.Q si' an . ' ' . A J' , , ti' We 31657333 Bufnia 5- ' lar. L. Glassg Mfhryant, L. liniow: , Vaughlfa. S .lg Hall. W. Davidson, N. Bennett, iihlfnigi Tw '1'e4M!9f.14Bi,4Lx5!9w...lB.ixmhoff. wnmn -Btighfg, and 2 Ill or. "e,. 't" g A. 0. ssghemrn.. pggisii ,B. sailor. BACK Row Ltsriifo max-itil 5 r gf? 3. Bill lmhoff R. E. .ia .. 5, Jim Vau hn I...G. Wa ne Chisrn R.G S we , 'sm V 3 B ' ela. 'S' B ee e f eeee e be .. f . .. , N f y , T Leo Glass L. T . 5 Gerald Wlls on I... T . Compliments of Wlllard Brlght I... E JOHN TRoUTMAN INC. e J.R. Glass R.T. 'sqm Stanley McMurray R. H. My Independence, Kansas John Hall C. Larry M1115 F. B. Thurman Taylor Bob Inlow Q. B Ll-T 'X 5332 Q9 f. pw .,. mn-B I-f.....w...,.. Ronald Burns R. E. ,., -1 'ffffl Z Leo Taylor R.G. Joe Cox C. Compliments of xv k ,U Delbert Dav1S LE- HUGHES FILLING STATION I pf "II V .. . Elk C1ty, Kansas ' -f ,, , l' .Apu I' 572 ,.- L w Norman Bennett L. E Walter Davidson R. 'I Larry Counsil L. H. ...g James Stephens Q. B. .W - Leland Inlow R.H. U H J... ,, MaxBryant I-'.B. s llg, Bill Sailor R.H. Ronald Schwatken Q. I Walter Edd Davidson B'll S 'l , 1 al or Jun Klmrey Willard Bright BASKIIBMI PIAYHIS Compliments of UNION GAS SYSTEM INC. Independence, Kansas Loren Stroble Joe Cox Leo Taylor Z8 Doyle Daratt woman Larry Mills Bob lnlow Jim Kimrey 8: Loren Stroble ECHS BASKllBAll PlAlERS Compliments of WARDS LAUNDRY LYNN BEAUTY SHOP ROWE GROCERY Elk City, Kansas Bill lmhoff Thur man Taylor Bud McMurray Ronnie Schwatken BASKllBAll Sllllllll BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: McMurray, T. Taylor, Bennett, Kimrey, Mills, Imhoff, W.A. Bright, Inlow, FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: W.S. Bright, Daratt, Stroble, L. Taylor, Davidson, Sailor, Cox, Schwatken, Gould, Coach. Elk City Elk city Elk clly Elk city 'l'Elk City Elk City :lfElk city rElk city +Elk city '!fElk city Elk clly Elk city rElk City 'lfElk city l'fElk clly ffElk City ifElk City :lfElk city Fl'Elk city il'Elk City 8zElk City 8zElk city 8zE1k City Elkclly 4fMoline T 47 51 55 44 57 53 44 48 55 40 50 61 52 52 72 51 56 eo 48 55 42 43 51 28 ourney 'l'League Games 8zDistrict Tourney Wayside Havana Longton Elk Falls Cedar Vale Longton Howard Moline Peru Sedan Wayside Grenola Howard Moline Peru Howard Elk Falls Peru Sedan Cedar Vale Cedar Vale Burden Howard Madison 'Regional Tourney Games won Games Lost A fighting, hustling Red Devil Basket- ball Team represented Elk City High School this season. The team, classed by many fans as the best in the past several years, was powerful because they worked together an sacrificed for the good of the team as a whole . Highlighting the season was a Co-Champlo ship crown in the Blackjack League. In winning this Co-Championship, Elk City established itself as a champion for the first time since the league was formed. Other highlights of the season were the winning of third place in the Moline Invitational Tourney, and a second place victory at Howard in the Class B District Tourney, thus earning the Red Devils a spot in the State Regional Play-offs . Final Blackjack League Standings: W L Elk City Sedan Howard Moline Cedar Vale Peru Pct. 800 800 700 500 200 000 This page sponsored by the KIMO DRIVE- IN Independence, Kansas is 1' Lg '55 ' , -1 1 ' B im' f 3 B. ,r,:'y,. I M' j 4 was ,Os Wwe. f. . 1 R ' ' ' '., - 'F' u A 5.4, - 'A .riff .,:, + rf ' "' n' f r , mm Z, 'S . ,1'i+' h 5 Q WEL. . M, ilk: . BOB INLOW 'li quarter-miler, N low hurdles TRACK LETTERMEN, LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Welch, Sailor, McMurray, Schwatken, BACK ROW: Inlow, Imhoff, Bennett, Burns, Daratt. I- - ,, -U--- --Q - , -1 v small P'-""'. ai. 4-I ' '11 -If -"reef rf : 5?:-.'f-"- w'7f:5':,Q,':75" Of ' E 0 PN -A "' 3 1':,""h-f -v--f O . . .:." R- ll " ' 3 C . y i r ' V O ,N f k 4 H 4939 i l' f T -f s Y' f , I ,3 an J C'-S 1 5 ' ' ,I - X i nO 5 at s ff I N in QE, ,iy , ' f , . K V 'Visit f ' C' B A I O r O TRACK SQUAD, LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Trainer, Wilbur Bright, Cox, Council, Reynolds, Welch, Stephens, Stroble, Taylor. SECOND ROW: Schwatken, Hannigan, Darbro, Davis, Sailor, Burnett, coach, Ted Gould. BACK ROW: McMurray, lnlow, Bennett, Kimrey, Imhoff, Daratt, Burns, ! Compliments of L, G, BALFOUR The 1953 track season was a far cry from a success if we con- sider only losing or winning meets, but it was successful inasmuch as the past season established track as one of the three major sports in our atheletic program, We did not win a single meet, but names such as B. Inlow, B. Imhoff, N, Bennett, R, Schwatken, B. Sailor, R. Burns, D. Daratt, S. McMurray, and J. Welch, the lettermen, nearly al- ways appeared in the winning columns of the score sheet. Stalwart B. Inlow and B. Imhoff lead the way in capturing firsts and seconds, while the other squadmen were winning on occasional first, and numerous seconds, third, fourth, and fifth places. With inadequate facilities at home the Red Devils were handicapped and forced to have all meets away. We participated in meets at Caney, Moline, Fredonia Relays, Sedan, Neodesha, and the Black Jack League meet at Coffeyville. B. Inlow, B. Imhoff, and R, Schwatken qualified for the Regional meet at Eureka and B, Imhoff placed fourth in the mile run. A L I5 'Q STANLE Y A MCMURRAY T dash man, B 1 100 yd. E 3 and 220 yd. N S C I i l r Q u a r t e r DOY LE DA RATT javelin, broad jump L r . 'S l W4 A ' if 41 1 5 x I .0 e 'Y - ' 4 QI , ' ' . . 54,9 U , 4 X 5:3 gg ,W Q, I '1 , f' I X N 5 ,, .J EJ Wim '5 I A ,gif-' V J I 1 y - Jani: X M- -is-gg ., as A ,MTN-7,11 X uw, A W 4 ,ww-2 A . , ' 'ix icmmjx. R A This page sponsored ALLIS CHALMER DE AND BOB GOOLDY A Independence, Kan yea furea ,, ,jfiifif-1 ,Amin fi .. A , .Qi .V . -fa., ,,.w..,i, al 4'U'lfv4- x , m , , ' 1 .-M1 - Q' '. "gf: ' , 2 i ' Q .Iii . .. ' .' 5-,, . 1 , , W' l':.5"' - ,Ll -V ,-jd-,y ' - f -.1 .-'V 'V f j. kr kni A1 A, ,M -. tim- N! ' " NAEH sg, . .Q ,,,, '- , Ng 1 - P Wy . ' '-an , ...1 ,JJ 315 7 .,1 . , -I if-if 4 A , f .f,,,:.5g, , , , ' Q nl L. ,X-,. fr Q A f . , - f 1 -' . of 5 is Miss Evelyn Gaither QUEEN Sponsored by FRENCH'S PHARMACY Miss Raydene James Miss Patsy Eytcheson Miss Marlene Johnson ATTENDANT ATTENDANT ATTENDANT Miss Marilyn W Miss Phyllis Botts QUEEN bite Miss Marlene Johnson ATTENDANT ATTENDANT This page sponsored by POWELL TELEPHONE CO. 34 2 Q? is ik , 3' ,iw 4 - -I .. - -izif3'5se!x.X,i'E: -.36'ii?9Q,1- fr M Q iinn L, 1 1 Q , is-P' E w 'J f, .5 A 27' fs ' A fi N M, N 1 ,.x ffgf Miss Margaret Stroble QUEEN Miss Carolyn Marr Miss Marlene Johnson ATTENDANT ATTENDANT Compliments of V LOETHER BROS. GARAGE ,Q A 35 hi: f . E v P' , X 1 lii m f ' 1180! Wag: W 5 is E g g gwdNQg!5 gZ5ml!3Wi?igmTWMQMQ . 'W ' S sguipr skip mp at Rockaway Beach. v i Q .,. f T' Nhssouri zfzz f , u W i F f,fi Q45 3 il glX3gE:? gy A , A ,. Q 4 ' K ' :kk fri Y QWPY X Q al Ii'-,sf 'W I Q wa5M wfvww Www H,Lf kmw5AMmpfiwwwgW1vm6W - 2, I 5 ' -, T 1 I ar y. ,,.,-A Open house i off 00 56 f- fm fi . llxifk 4' F093 roll R , 5 E ,,4y Q , g t 1. N wk, gi., 'V .H V 1 , .i N' " . x . . -5 - , K a.. E MAJ' 4 Sllllll I H0 URS BEST SPORTS Marie Wassom and Willard Bright BEST GROOMED Raydene James and Ronnie Schwatken MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Walter Davidson and Phyllis Botts BEST ALL-AROUND STUDENTS Lyla Jean Bruce and Norman Bennett MOST WINNING PERSONALITIES Janette Newkirk and Wilbur Bright MOST COURTEOUS Janette Newkirk and Larry Mills This page sponsored by DENTON GROCERY Elk City, Kansas "Take Me Out to the Tap Dancers Ball Game", Chorus. Glora Mae COX' Snow Queen. I I- K Compliments of C 0 M M U I -I Y MARR DRUG STORE. CITY "City Sucker and "Skaters Waltz." Our Nell". "Spring Song. ' 5 lun. Evelyn Gaither, Home Coming Queen. Mr. Gould in Shop Booth. "Strolling Through the Park". .F ff SIHIA ,A 4 , ' 'P we-was J a., Q ,cry Z ,, 5-R-' '29 .Qg A - , ,QW 1,552wT ' -1' A ..,.-v-"V" I .1 1 , f . K' ,,1 A--' ff' J , 51 J I' 'Q 4,f"', uf 1 1 1 1' 1 I' ..1A J! - -. ,H 1 J' Q .KY xr 1 - r Ui gal Q 1' 1 l Q 53:7 25,-if ,af x In -- - Q ?' ik- N A. K aaa., riff E PROGRAM A L Presented by Iunior Class of E.C.H.S. L APRIL 14, 1953 CAST R Miss Dill, the school secretary. . . . . . I Miss Goodin, the mathematics teacher . . . G Miss Olgilvie, the dramatics and English teacher . Mrs. Clendenning, the science teacher . . . H Mr, Har er, the histor teacher . . . . . fr M G E h Z r. ut rie, tecoac . . . . Pamela Jones, a capable student . N Peggy Starnes, another student . . A Lundqiiist, the principal . . . . . " uzz" Bai ey, a senior . . . . . . . , , P Shalimar Ames, daughter of the school board pres, . O Midge Murphy, a gossipy student . . . . . . l I-1 Faversham Lightly, Jr., a sleepy student . E Tallulah Ploetz, a drama student . . Q "Tick" Tock, the head janitor . . . . N Mrs. Ratchett, the scrub woman . . . . . Th. d b Ronald Sasoon, captain of the basketball team . 15 page Sponsore Y Elmer B, Ames, president of the school board . . WINNIGERS CLEANERS Director ' . . 0 . ' . D 8 i .A n - . u Independence, Kansas Stage and Props . , "No More Homework" . Doris Hughes . Lorraine Denton . Martha Davidson . Marcilee Furnas . . Bill Imhoff . . . Larry Mills . Carmen Wassom Katherine Lombard . . Wayne Chism . Thurman Taylor . Patsy Eytcheson . . Kay Keath . . Jerry Welch . Dcloris Seller . Larry Counsil . . Lyla Jean Bruce . . . Max Bryant . . James Vaughn . Mrs, Page Manley Mr, Raymond Goble 03 va I S L A I A S N V T I E E H M T -are P A T Y L R H 3 1 Y Y I A S T 1 If R H N Y N I T C S E I E R ,.us I P H W "Accent on Youth ' ' Tuesday, November 25, 1952 A Comedy in 3 Acts by Tom Taggart Presented by Senior Class 1953 Director. . . . . . . ClassSponsor . . . . . . . . . CHARACTERS Amy Stephens, a co-ed at Overland . . Midge Ulrichs, another co-ed at Overland Emily Grew, still another ..... Mrs, Marilla Hall, house-mother . Umbrella, acolored maid . . . Kit Spencer, a working student . . Pauline Hunt, a fashionable student . I. Orlando Valentine, Dean of the college Debbie, Mrs. Hall's daughter .... Hugh Maitland, a student . . . Gil Stephens, Amy's brother . . . Cora Williams, another student . . . Freddie Cooper, once a Hollywood star . Tugger McCoy, his body guard . . . Mortimer "Comic" Valentine, the Dean's son - - Eleanor H. Humphries, a philanthropist, Kellogg, of the local police . . . . SYNOPSIS OF SCENES All acts are laid in the reception room at Overland Cottage. Act I Late afternoon, Act Il Late afternoon a few days later, Act Ill A few minutes later. Mrs, Page Manley - Mr. Ted Gould - Phyllis Botts - - Sue Hase . . Jolene Biggs - Marilyn White - Evelyn Gaither - Doyle Darrat Margaret Stroble - - -Bob Inlow - Carolyn Marr - - Norman Linn Gerald Lee Wilson Jannette Newkirk Norman Bennett . Wilbur Bright - Allen Koger Anna Mae Buscher - Willard Bright This page sponsored by the E SPECIALTIES NU WAY SERVICE Piano mood music--MarilynWh1te and Carolyn Ma Elk City, Kansas Senior Band S010 --------------- Doyle Daratt Left: Baccalaureate Right: Baccalaureate ' I Compliments of KANSAS GAS at ELECTRIC COMPANY, Independence, Kansas ' Commencement THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1953 8:00 P,M. , Processional--"Pomp and Circumstanceu. . . . Elgar High School Band Invocation . ........ Rev, O. D. Samuel "Sing Again" ,...,,,....,. Prothero High School Girls' Chorus Commencement Address "All Things Are Possible" - . . . Rev, Owen W, Prince, First Methodist Church, Independence Presentation of Eighth Grade Graduates . . Mr. Roy Harkrader Presentation of High School Graduates . Mr. Ernest Edmonds, Superintendent Presentation of Diplomas of Graduation ........ L.E. Horton, Director of Board of Education Overture--"Crusaders" ........... Buchtel High School Band Alma Mater-- Far above the Old Elk Valley, on the lofty height, Stands our noble Alma Mater, Bathed in Golden Light. Lift the chorus, speed it onward, strive with all your might, Hail to Thee, our Alma Mater, dear old Red and White. 42 Recessional--"Pomp and Circumstance" ..... Elgar High School Band "GRADUATES" crowd Semor Class Ngo! TUESDAY, MAY I2, 1953 8:00 P,M. ' Salutatory , , , "Royal Road To Learning" Marilyn lnlovx Class Prophecy. . . . . . . . .... Class Class History . . . . . . . . . . . Class Members Vocal Duet , , , , "Side by Side" Sue Hase, Doyle Daratl Class Poem , , Margaret Keath, June Jolly, Carolyn Williams Class Will ...... Norman Bennett, Janette Newkirlf Boys' Quartet ........ "Doggie In The Window" Norman Linn, Norman Bennett, Allen Koger, Bob Inlovs Reading, "Dance Date" ......... Phyllis Botts "What lf?" , Evelyn Gaither, Jolene Raney, Anna Mae Buscher, Carolyn Mari Presentation of Gift . . . . Norman Bennett Class Song, "Perfect Day" . . . ...... Class Scholarship Awards ..... . Wednesday Study Clul: Valedictory, "And Now Tomorrow" . .... Sue Hass A S' :ing a Little vford I 1 Q 92 y 'v L , .gy in 4 f-, ' Ready- Concentration x 2,1 , , 1 If am A a .Xa , ld ' " e 4"'Wff!9l,v V , . Mplixg, 311' frraiimgv 'wma 'K 'fDa17' f' sf' U Buddi Such grace! 'ill 'aug P We. mg ? '52 Jr. - ing Que.e,r1"L,t.'-TJ INDEPENDENCE BOOSTERS 1045, Ideal Hardware New Gift Appliance Shop The Corner Drug DeFever and Osborn Haas Clothing Store Locke's Calvert's Brady Shoe Store Sayers Hardware Gansel Jewelry Wilson Gift Shop J. C. Brady, Jeweler Case Book Store Messenger Furniture Store Cozy Corner Independence State Bank Briggs Stores Sayers Furniture Store Oakes Printing Office Stephenson Motor Co. Webb Funeral Home Independence News Bob and Earl's Body and P Wiggins and Son, Inc. Ashcraft Tire Co. Seymore's Produce Dukewits-Jenkins, Inc. Neilson's Shoe Store Star Milling,Co. Oklahoma Tire and Supply aint Shop ELK CITY FRIENDS R.L. Slater, Real Estate Esther Ann Beauty Shop Warren's Beauty Shop Marr Locker Service Elk City Community Sale Elk City Hotel Ross Stong Truck Line V I 65 ff O 17' O .!46!l!Ql"fL6ll'lg , f a x ,rx nf mi . 1345 V' was ,fg .W 5 ?'-. ,.,,h, A F2 552,35 1 - , 4 x 1 MLA.-,, if wiv. K A: 'G' v 'ah' 1 YP: 11, ,f W. f- J: ,.,g, ., .M,,. , ww? M1 ri .wr ,n 4,f,.f.,,1rg,i,,g A 5 VI 1 'Q r 1 1 my al 'i 3 2' 5. S' 4. i Q 'if rg 53 51 , 2 , :S S is in 5 QI gl VS s ,Hi :A U it H ,4 -w .41 5 0 MYERSL79 LTIYEARBQOKS MYERS AND CO INC TOPEKA KANSAS I? , 'E E 5. Zi' C, . 2 5' k 3 f. 3. af H2 ., 1, 1 'Y .. 'fs -ii gs in Lf fi W ,, HJ sf' W r new! . . 2. 4. E91 'fl 5, . ic S1 E3 32 E SH S in 56 als 3:1 F? if Q? iw si 5 E 52 ,. ,fi P. .H x- :il HZ ,, 35 E 1. 53 Q ..A:,.,:. M L-... ,fn rl , ,,Vf. -2- 4 Z D., 4 V ' ' ' ' f. 53 1-if 1- ,.'r3., xi' ph, Q. In-X. Se 154' ,gym il: J '-:ii . 1 A -in-:F 1 5 . 0 , Q. .5 . v ,L I fm? 1 , Q , , ' ' A . V ' ' ,fri xl ,.. f.-' ,', '..v, . " ..,.-.1,,..ffJ va, - -- A V- ,. , 1 ,. .V K, , , ,. . f , - L, f 7 . ...xg L- :-we--, -'L 'eg ' Y'-111155 ,J-9"-' " "1 M145 Aff," - 1 :H ,J ., -1 ' ,fn , .L .,. . . .- , , ,min - 10,111-. - 1 ii ,. "1 .L ' 'T ' , 1'-1 SM. . : ' . -1, .2 f rr-mu , .. - 1 - .L . 4 m.--- . 'ra 1 ,s..Y . .W Q -ca 1- . -qbwfw ,x .- 'f '-: r . ,. 512, 0' ' - .f 1:1 . H ,. . . , ,-.-4' .1,,P...:,..--,... . -'z r v. -: . - .f, - -- -Q.-u -u - -' ,V -'X-Yuv ' ' -1 ff-sffv' ' a ft. '32 23- f '- ,L-:Q 3f"'Tf:,,n' ,-w'J3'-XML-,-vF"r , ff 5 1' -eii.Cf1h Qf.l'gVEI ,.u fi!-MQ! W -3E212fg":?f7ff:Y'5.-15.-'?n3ff?'i4hf"1'E' 'E J ! N J' . H-fig-,,A. .gm ,ri-win-, J. ,, .QI-ug ,5 '. 1 .1 g-li ' V .'nLf:,:.A1,.v ."Y,I .,.-f -- gg, 1- - L, 4- M3154- . rr.- 1 - Q ,nu -:rf w e . . IWW .1 Q ff., ,ge -,M ,, -:-:ew T I ' ' " ,, , ' " "


Suggestions in the Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) collection:

Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

1955

Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 39

1953, pg 39

Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 46

1953, pg 46

Elk City High School - Elksonian Yearbook (Elk City, KS) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 41

1953, pg 41

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.