Elkhart High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Elkhart, KS)

 - Class of 1951

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XX. f X Barbara Sagebexl Alice Sagebell Barbara Perkms B111y Boaldm .Tolly Mayberry Oleta Wxlson Vlctor Clampltt Ronald Crosle, Bobby Chaney fnot Ln plcture Exghth Grade Freshman Sophomore Sophomore J'u.mor Semor Senxor Jumor Seventh Grade Sponsored by FISHER IMPLEMENT CO it-' - can Il S , S x X , A y f ' I f S-'LIES a Y f .:,:.::g:..::3 is Raymond H Harrison Chemistry Lola D Majors Home Economics Orpah E Smith C ommerce James A Drake Science Mary H Shackleford Speech William F Lantz lndusturial Arts Bernice L Loshbaugh English Lamond E Dickerson Athletics, History R oyce E. Loshbaugh Mathmetics Stanley B . Gould Music A? hi' '-"Sf if "' Sponsored by THE PIONEER MEN'S STORE FACIIHY nie Z' 3 Sur 'fy 911. L mf Q . 1 it ' A . V, 'K , 4 WIHIIIAI SIAH SQ STANDING Don Wrtcher Jumor Representauve Allen Tucker Asst Busmess Mgr V1ctorC1amp1tt Asst Sales Mgr Mr Harrxson Advlsor SEATED Oleta Wilson Cartoorust Zo Ann Tucker Asst Edrtor Wrllard Reazrn Busmess Mgr Norma Sloan Edxtor Mary Lou Warner Sales Mgr Sponsored by NED SLOAN Plumbing 81 Heating Sl S G' IQI3 15:7 14' gl" l 'Q WILLARD REALIIN ALLEN TUCKER February 9 1933 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 June 6 1933 Football 1 2 3 4 FootballCo Cap 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Class Off1cer2 3 4 Major tam 4 Basketball 3 4 BasketballCapta1n 4 Track Plays 3 4 Football Captarn 4 Annual SI3ff4 2 3 4 Ma5orP1ays 3 4 ClassOff1cer2 3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 CIASS HISIURY In September of 1939 the graduatrng class of Slentered the ftrst grade We though then that we were a very rmportant addrtron to the Elkhart Schools but when 1947 rolled around and we were Freshmen we were sure of It because the Wtldcats won therr frrst football game 1n seven years Durrng the Sophomore year we gave up our most chertshed t1tle of the the meanest krds rn school Coach Colllns was our sponsor agarn thrs year and we wanted to prove to htm that we could be good Our Iunror year was sornethrng extra specral Our play, Drums of Death and the .Tumor Semor Banquet wrth The Gay N1net1.es theme were hrghlrghts of the year Mrs MaJors and Mrs Gould deserve hrgh honors for succesfully drrectrng us through these And now the 17 Semors of our graduatmg class are lookmg back on our hlgh school days wrth longrng but also look1ng mto the future wrth eager antxcrpatlon Sponsored by TRI-STATE PRODUCE COMPANY. 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I so n - - - N Y . . ,, . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . .-ing, S S 3 PATSY BIBLER December 22 1933 Major Plays 4 Glee C1ubI2 PepC1ub1 2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 VICTOR CLAMPITT July 20 1933 Footballz 3 4 Basketball 4 Track2 3 4 MajorP1ays4 ClassOff1cer 3 4 Annual Staff 4 ani LYNN FOWLER June 18 1933 Major Plays 3 4 RUTH GILLESPIE November 9 1933 Major Plays 3 4 Glee Clubx 2 3 4 Pep Clubr 2 3 4 Cheer I leader 3 4 JUNIOR HAYES January 23 1933 Major Plays 4 Football 1 2 3 Track 3 Sponsored by THE WESTERN AUTO STORE 4.1- HDON HORIUN l r 3 SHIR1 l H N1IllLR rll I3 , 3 L. 3 Xlawr P up lu Bl-RIXARD PLNICIX arLh13 1 ,3 Irallx 3 4 Nlajorlflaw NORMA SLOAIX. unc! 1,33 Nla1orPlaxs 3 4 GIQLC u I 2 froubadors I 2 Pep Club M112 3 4 C,1assOff1cLr1 2 3 4 ual staff 4 DOLORES SMITH June II 1933 GlLeC1ub 1 2 3 4 Basket ball I 2 Baseball! PgpClubI 2 Class Officer I 2 4 Major Plavs 4 Sponsored by THE FIRST STATE BANK -,7 y it aio 'inf' 9 .1 Nil DA SMII ll October IO 11333 Major Plaxs3 4 Glee Lu I 34PLpClu 2 LO ANN TUCKER Apr1l7 1933 Mauor Plavs 4 Pep C ub1 2 3 4 Baud I 2 3 Troubadors 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Annual Staff 4 NORMA IEAN ULLOM June I2 1933 Major Plays 3 4 Pep Club 12 3 Glee Club3 4 MARY LOU WARNER September I7 1933 MajorPlays 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader Band 1 2 3 4 Class Offreer 1 2 Annual Staff 4 OLETA WILSON November I2 1934 Mawr Plays 4 Pep Club I 2 4 Band 1 2 4 Class Offrcer 4 AIlI'll.l3lSI3ff4 G1eeClub1 2 Y Teen1 2 Sponsored by ROBERT C. REED INSURANCE AGENCY f" 1 E,-wvfx Jll lllll lIlASS UHICHIS Gene Bales . Ivan Simmons L. C. Sleeper .Tolly Mayberry Myrna Franklin Jim Ausley . Ronald Crosley . . Reporter . . President Vice President Student Council . . Treasurer . . Secretary Student Council :FRI-STATE CHEVROLET J-F'-' rf'- Am ,, 4 fa- .-7 J if cQ Laree G1 een Norma Gregory Evelyn Gr1ff1th Glynda Harvey 1 ,lf Chuck Dryer Darlene Elllott Myrna Franklxn Ilm Ausley Gene Bales Charles Bookstore Ruth Brewer Myrlen Chestnut D1x1e Clampltt Grace Craver Ronald Crosley L D Majors Sponsor Sponsored by MORTON HOTEL 5' -I ! 2' 'rr V: I ' -if - 'Q 1, .i A K . X ' j H 'u.n,n '- x , .1 - 1 A . . . . al' P "" f-1 F' ff xxf. f -J V , -3' .av f -3 I , ' 6 V... ,.1'XX D 1' X 'Ii x ' r - V, ff' ' i -'il . -A . . gl ' 'ff' '75 A ' , ff . i I , ' ' r ff e J ll I ll R S ,F 4 7, A ,, f 'ggi' H: 4 Loyd Kelth 4 S Bud Lewls .Tolly Mayberry .Tomce Osborn 071 lvan Slmmons B xll Slpes Dor1sS1pes L C Sleeper f 573' Torrance Steele Wlllena Stewart Gwynn Thrash , -1. sw - , 'V 7- Yin: 1 Y ' ' L , a xx j B. L. Loshbaugh Sponsor Sponsored by BLOODHAR vf"' "Sv fx' '15 45 1-elf Carl Walsh Shirley Walsh Gene White Don Witcher T DRUG COMPANY 'vi "::f'N 1 C '1 TS 7 ff gud? YK ,M . ga K 2 I Q , ' vi . 0 - of Y' W r .A rl f I-Q J Q' I ll 'lr '7' .K . ' N - K il JN i,f'Yf 1' "- -Q ' ! I 's ' Cl , X "' Q: Y w I I' l I D Y P s SUPHHMIIRI MASS IIHICHIS Benny Pate . Billy Boaldin . Lloyd Harr . . Marie Hartley . . Barbara Perkins . Jo Anne Warner . Vice President Student Council . . President . . Secretary Student Council . , Treasurer Splmlored by E. J. McCreight Sandra Bxbler B111 B oaldm T1111e Carter Lynn Crosley Charlene Dear Vernon Dryer Peggy Elllott SIIPHIIMURIS E. L. Dickerson Sponsor Beatrice Brown Sponsored by THE ROYAL HOTEL -Ov ff 4' .X-"Y 41 -dr al 13 all, .0 if Ann Papay Barbara Perklns 4 Donald R andolph Carolyn R 1ley Eldon Rlley Slurley Strobel 4- Maynard Ullum .To Anne Warner 10 .f,, J B everly Weathers Nadxne Whlslnand SUPHUMURIS l Io Ann Whlte Ola Lee Wllson W F Lantz A Don Wrlght w 1 1-Kg 1' " 34 X W Sponsor Sponsored by DORIC THEATER, B111 Coop , Mgr. ,Nh 'few ,,, 'X ng, 1. A 07" 4? xv-' Z' t, 1 "' W if 0 - r r ve . f' X Y A 0 .x ,4 - v HHSHMA Verna Simmons Alice Sagebiel Rex Studebaker Pat Brown . Kay McCreight o c u IIIASS UHICHIS . . . Student Council . . President . Vice-President . . . . Treasurer sponsored by QUATTLEBAUM HOME GAS, ,msn ,4- ,r Q ji' rv!" Alfred Ray Bennett Pat Brown Kelvln Coen 4-.gr Harlan Cooke .-' Don Flsher Sammy Gamble iljy A f' 1 3 1 Mary Garnett Shlrley Grasz ' rnfsnmr Dan Hyrne s Donna Ketchum 15 1, 1 If Y ,, ,gr Eldon Reazln Kay McCre1ght S B Gould Sponsor .41 i Sponsored by KETCHUM SERVICE STATION X ..... .an K L ' --4' fa .'.' N , if A I if 4 'm ' ,Y . " ,G if" .F If , J 3 ,A j 1 C . 4 I 4 ' ' 'J' A N 'lu' x ., .E B , in rg ff' A11 .K ' '. i' r 'Q .- X ml , K A 3 1 4 ,., I fx . ff J C. fue 5' g 1 fe Q5 I ' Q ' f, yi, " N AA , . Q 1 '. l,"O X y - - 2 ' lv V . y .. f" Sharon Richterburg --9 Bill Riley Ahce Sagebxel Pat Shrauner Boyd Sherwood Verna Slmmons HIESHME R E Loshbaugh Sponsor sponsored by Rrvss DRUG COMPANY 'In y, - x I, HIIHIH GRAIN IIHIIIHIS Wayne Studebaker Dan Witcher . . Barbara Sagebiel Barbara Barnes Barbara Leaton Sponsored by OWEN S VARIETY s 3-. -fi xl, .- P 4 kg . g,-.9 ry , -1 1 5 - Jvjfx- 'X' fr H lil L--K4 1lllV' wsu! fx. KY J ,I .P f moan, 09 PQ HBHIH GRAIN FIRST ROW: Juanita Kallaus, Mary AnnBryant, BarbaraCou1ticc, Alberta Morgan, Barbara Sagebiel, Barbara Barnes, Alpha Jean Henry, Barbara Leaton. SECOND ROW: Karen McC1ung, Mary Margaret Denning, Sue Coffman, Donna Eden, Kathrine Petit, Janice Martin, PatWa1sh, Venita Sipes, Mari1ynWa1sh, J, A. Drake, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Jerry Thrash, Dan Witcher, Wayne Turner, Joe Rodriguze, Harold Smith, Gilbert Rodriguze, Milford Rankin, Wayne Studebaker. sponsored by c. s. MCCLUNG LAND co. 'L Y? SHI IH GRADE IIHIIZHIS Walter Harvey Buddy Brown Iune Pate . . Janice Crawley Bobby Chaney . . Secretary . . President . Treasurer Vice-President Student Council Sponsored by KEMP-PRIEST OIL CO. tg, -av flu SHE IH GRADE Elf N' FIRST ROW: Mary Day, Virginia Saunders, Janice Kay Crawley, Barbara Clark, Donna Scott, June Pate, Pat Handlin, Shirley Day. SECOND ROW: LW. Priest, DarrelReazin, Edna Mae Guymon, JoyceBoaldin, Irma Abbott, Charles Ellis, Pat Ausley, Mable Jean Rives, Billie Raney, Clifford Rankin, O,E. Smith, Sponsor, THIRD ROW: Dick Akers, Walter Harvey, Michael Cochran, Buddy Brown, Lane Turner, Bobby Chaney, Jim Riley, Arthur Saunders, Jimmy Toadvine, Bobby Brown. Sponsored by ELITE BARBER SHOP. Z3 F54 L... 1 foo .. , 55. H01 Ho' Ho' And abottle of f"""W .gr- VX Ya' Yea Bo Wxldcats' 'bf' Bet you can t do thls The Anderson Slsters 24 A Pep Rall Y' Our Favomte Lad 1n Pla1d. Sponsored by NORMAN'S IMPLEMENT CO. Kwan L mu i'-"Fw 5,4 Vfurlia QW rf' J 1481 7' iw, Q W Mg " Q t NW? if V. ' 1 :J -25" hgh Sponsored by POWELL CLEANERS ' fl , Y an ,itf-Er. GRADE SIIHIHH Th1S new and very modern school plant stands as a monument to the hopes dreams and asp1rat1ons of the c1t1zens of a commumty who stand squarely and d1rect1y behmd a program of 1mproved educatxonal opportunxty for 1tS youth Stlcks stones and mortar do not make 1nst1tut1ons but they fashmon bu11d1ngs whlch are mute symbols of the greatest dreams and hopes ofa genera tlon May th1s buxldmg ever serve 1ts purpose well Sponsored by ADDINGTON ELEVATOR CO GRADE IAIIIIHY QQ ul Mrs R gg1 s Mrs Kalscr Mrs W11son if Sponsored by BULTMAN'S BUTAINE M Majors thx. ' T' Mrs Johnson Mrs Lge. N-gt' if 10. P9 Y 4"J ' ' I .,.ff"f' 9 .. ai' f? 33, J a FIRST ROW Barbara Grasz, Jerry Perklns Kenneth Turner Manuel Day Jack Salmon Larry Grllespre Mary Ruth Talbert SECOND ROW Thelbert Hartley Ernest Forbes Murray Wrrght Sonja Ellrs Lynne Addrngton Gale Garnett, Virgrl Garnett Sharon Leelrlrtchcock THIRD ROW Clayton L Majors Teach er Maxrne Petrt Ruth Ross, Mary Rodrtguez hm Sagebrel Jack1eM1tchell Al1ceGuymon Bob Boaldtn Sponsored by ELKHART PASTEURIZING PLANT .Lim i T , I' iiii iff f folk?-wr. 1711-4-L as -F i'ff,,4,gslfQ-if-el 'fTT',jjjjf-rn ff.,QQ,,5 1 r ,TJ lie If-4.1. 'A V "T+L -L R-1?-+,.L fl' -ei--gg. H- .L 4 thi- -' r , 'iii-lg 8 .N ., ' -X Y -.. UTI -L we , . S, I 1-be ' ' T R- '-'ur .. I. --7 ...,. L., R+ -:QQ .41 , . Q Cl f Q ta' Nl -rf Wf- --s..4 L., 5-4 ,, . ". T H- : :nh i ,f HHH BRAIN FIRST ROW: Gale Turner, Harold Abbot, Karen Welsch, Ardith Gamble, Suella Sutton, Kletis Kelly, Ralph Studebaker. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Noralohnson, Teacher, Betty Talbot, Joyce Pate, Martha Craver, Rixey McDaniels, Shirley Little, Leona Ross, Verlee Mobray, Beverley Raney. THIRD ROW: Wayne Eden, Georgia Smith, Nicky Cooke, Rex Morgan, Jimmie Ryman, Curtis Sherwood, Helen Reazin. Sponsored by THE STAR LUMBER CO. ...- "" sg- .fv tr -,...-A-v-ff' "'4Ej:-dfwf-1"""'O1l' ' My l a., --r-"" ., ---T-WN'-Ni F TM.,...f-v 1? ' W A,.Q.....-l"""'T"' ,eff 4.--f lwvf -.1 ' .Quia QC i. Y- M - 'X v -:EW '- S, HIUIHH GRAIN FIRST ROW: Alan Harrison, Larry Davolt, Shirley A. Adams, Carol Morgan, Jimmy Brown, Patsy Riley, Jimmy Day, Jake Graybill. SECOND ROW: Carl Hitchcock, Larry Raney, Eunice Turner, Annice Jo Landrum, Dickie Rodriguez, Allan Joe Bennett. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Riggins, Teacher, Linda McClung, Esther Petit, Glenda Vandervort, Judy Freeman, Carolyn Ketchum, Eugene Kallaus, Donnie LaRue, Larry Green. Sponsored by F. H, BUCKMASTER 'HC' K KI, N, IHIIIII BRAIN FIRST ROW: Wynelda Powell, Denver Buck, Tommy Gillispie, Gary Higgins, lvanSipes, Howard Saunders Karen Boaldin. SECOND ROW: Tommy Joe Johnson, Marilyn LaRue, Nancy Sue Howell, Sharon Neill Benny Whisenand, Corky Guymon, Emma Lou Talbert, Betty Jean Moore. THIRD ROW: Vesta Lewis Tommy Rae Bently, Neva Ruth Smith, Michael Bloodhart, Ethel Jean Hartly, jerry Akers, Kathy Willson Linda Thompson. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Lee, Teacher, Mary Lou Hymes, Marsha Daniels, Carolyn Dick erson, Frances Ryman, Jimmy Hamilton, Connie Kallaus, Myrna Talbott, Karen Little, Wilma Kay Gibbons. Sponsored by WHITE AUTO STORE 1 A Lf.. .l.. .4- T. 1--'ff 1.- "WD, AL. !,-r...-- ,,.L J? 4,-,...f 903 r.,-,,,,.. A., """- ,,-1-0 l Q? 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THIRD ROW: NancyGraybil1, Robert Boatman, Shirley Hartley, Sandra Robertson, Lloyd Scott, Sandra Seymour, Bobby Jean Lavielle, PeggyGrasz, Vicki Higgins. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Selina Wilson, Teacher, Mary Ellen Carter, Rosa Ryman, DwightMcCrary, Janette Smith, Eilene Batterman, Carol Fairchild, Richard Herzberger, Janice Raney, Lenard Henry, La Jean Stewart. Sponsored by MUNCY-HER ZBERGER, INC. if ,RZ YI:-.gg ivy 34 -4. I an-will-1 EN ff?-ZZ, Sponsored by WALTER A. COOKE 8: SONS ELEVATOR. A' L1 Whadda I do now? fp Shoot! ! 4?2W V .Xe . In the halls of E. H. S. -' S QF We had to work to get this one Just restin'. I 4 'XXWK Qyiyfi 3 I I i x .. , if Qgifgff v Let's play basketball! A very studious HQ class. Sponsored by DR. M. E. BIBLER, DENTIST. v'J' aksfi Do ya thlnk you re bxg enoug Well escorted The bean hne These ought to look good when we get through In Rogue' s Gallery. 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II I I I . - .., , . - W """ 'N PH' lllllll FIRST ROW: June Pate, Sandra Bibler, Shirley Strobel, Io Ann White, Peggy Elloitt, Karen McClung, Sue Coffman, Mary Margaret Denning, Marilyn Walsh. SECOND ROW: Edna Mae Guymon, Shirley Grasz, Oleta Wilson, Joyce Boalclin, Pat Handlin, Charlene Dean, TillieCarter, Barbara Perkins, Io Anne Warner, PatBib1er, Barbara Sagebeil, PatShrauner. THIRD ROW: Janice Kay Crawley, Janice Martin, Barbara Leaton, Nadine Whisenand, Sharon Richterburg, Donna Ketchum, Norma Sloan, Pat Brown Carolyn Riley, Alice Sagebeil, AnnPapay, Beverlyweathers, Barbara Coultice, PatAusley, Pat Walsh, Norma Gregory, Mabel JeanRives. FOURTH ROW: Virginia Saunders, Zo Ann Tucker, MaryLouWarner, JoniceOsbome, Verna Simmons, Dixie Clampitt, Myrna Franklin, Marie Hartley, GraceCraver, Willena Stewart, Darlene Elloitt, Laree Green, BeatriceBrown, OlaLeeWilson, Barbara Clark, Mary AnnBryant. Sponsored by TRI STATE SALES PAVILION. vit CHIIIHIAIIHIS IN: Ruth Gxllesprg Jolly Mayberry Ruth Brewer Chcerlciders Mary Shad lcford Berrucp Loshbauglx Sponsors 1413 Qi f' L-2 L We have a Pep Club too Sponsored by ELKHART HOTEL 1 1 , , Getting ready for the big night. .. xx A v 9 F H , will 1- -fi A L 1 5 .. . I i V -5 r- What do you think, did we win ? Halftirne. You hit the wrong note. ii-53 A "F".f Is it a touchdown? Whoops! Disagreement! Sponsored by ELKART ICE CO 6 f", P9 or-fu Hlllllllll FIRST ROW B111R11ey RexStudebaker, BillSipes, Eldon Rea- SupI.gE.L. Dickerson Coach lXl8ylldIdUllLllll lxealwhism zm Sammy Gamble Pete Walsh. SECOND ROW: William Bild, Eld0HRl1f1y B0Yd5h9l'lNOOd L C 51CCPb1' VICTOYCI-Sm Lamz Ass1stantCoach VernonDryer, MyrlcnCheslnut, Chuck Pill. Lloyd HHH Benr1yPa1C FOURTH ROVN Donald R-il1dOlph Dryer Jim Ausley Gwynn Thrash, VVi11ard Reazin. A1169 Bi1lBoa1din, Dan Hymes Alfred Bennett Don Wrlghr Don Tucker Ronald Crosley THIRD ROW: Raymond Harrison' Witches, Ivan Snmmons Bob Swafford Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Hooker Satanta Texhoma Sublette Plains Lakin Johnson Beave r Boise City Hugoton Sponsored by MR. 81 MRS. J. W. AUSLEY F001 All IIUH Queen Pat Ausley D1x1e Clampltt Verna Sxrnmons Barbara Barnes Ruth G111esp1e Attendants Sponsored by FEDERATED STORE ,.1l. . 42 '52, iw frm-f,1,.f.'! .,. .Q'5f!5" ' 2: Qjji-.h'.'E-f,-.' . ,A., V k.,. , , - 3315 fffigf-5' Yi?-,-,E l. .Y-2.1.4, ,NY- "-T J ff-'Lf 'S'- F ::T'T.Hi, 1 :nl-X' 4 'fa 1553 . ff 511 fi 1 .U-,A , 41 jg ,1g-m.ffA.- Aw 2. - ,' ' fi '. . I Sponsored by BAND BOX DRESS SI-IOP Lucille Johnson-Ni1aBe11e Nusser T VNO1' By a lev and a half' m5 15 e c on A iff Ruddy and yxa1t1ng D ld he rnakcx It? Huy' You ru Vkilklllg Care for a candy bam-'P Makmf, Cocoa Sponsored by SNACK SHACK rl ff "" -2 uv- 1. f wg L d Rcazin FIRST ROW: IvanSirnrnons, Lloyd Harr, Donnie Wilcher, Loyd Keith, Willar Allen Tucker. BACK ROW: Bill LBHIZ, Myrlen Chestnut, Chuck Dreyer, Gel Raymond Harrison. KNEELING: Coach Dickerson. Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Moscow Johnson Plains Lakin Rolla Satana Sublette Elkhart Elkhart Elkha rt Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Sponsored by ELKHART IMPLEMENT CO. ic White, Moscow Johnson Plains Lakin Rolla Satana Sublette ...X I C' Qs E. L. Dickerson, Coach, William Lantz, Assistant CoachgConWright, Boyd Sherwood, Alfred Bennett, Victor Clampitt, Eldon Reazin, Benny Pate, Bill Boaldin, Billy Sipes, Rex Studebaker, Gene Ba les, Bob Swafford, Sammie Gamble, Don Randolph. M' - K x4 j Q Q 1 y if 4 4 V B 7 Sponsored by FISHER IMPLEMENT CO. Q QQ , F 1 'If -:x 1 f 5 ' X gr I J A X1 'A X. 1 l +.. - l KNEELING: Gene White, AlfredBenneIt, VicrorClampiII, Ronald Crosley, Eldon Rcazin BillySipes, DonRando1pl1. STANDING: WilliamLantz, E. L. Dickerson, Chuck Dreyer, lxlyrlcn Chesinut, L. C. Sleeper, Loyd Keith, Don Witcher, Willard Reazin, Lloyd Harr Ivan Simmons, Allen Tucker. IRAIIK C" 5-. En M - M ' F11 gb N ! xlsnsli 'L f Sponsored by ELKHART INSURANCE AGENCY. -,.. 1 I -X ITIUSIC Sponsored by H P STEEL The man wxth the ammal hearse Q Q--1 xv ,, nf V P 1 o A-, 1 'f 1 tx Peggy Elloit, Nelda Smith, Annllapay, BeatriceBrown, NormaJeanUllom, Jolly May- berry, Darlene Elliot, Dolores Smith, Verna Simmons, Kay Mctireight, Sandra Bibler, Shirley Strobel, Doris Sipes, Io Anne Warner, Rulhlirewer, Tillie Carter, Barbara Per- kins. Donna Ketchum, Ruth Gillespie, Pat Shrauncr. Junior Girls' Sextet Bill lflllll Hi-Plains Contest Sponsored by COFFMAN BAKERY Senior Girls' Sextet 4 f ' 4 E ,fkhy , 653,11 ' f R 5 S we , W' 1 A' ' , ,Q . ': . ' 4 -' S 1 1 A 'A f l Q 1 1' ' l ' W 2 E'-4 ' fm . ,. MF" Q ' 'fQf'v"iW f - -' 5-ef, hw' 'W' N 1 x 'L in Ou: band marches at Lubcral 3 Huvoton Buymon and Good vsgll We have fun vxa1t1n0 to JOIH the piradu X li A I Dnly Pract1cL Sponsored by THE Hwh Steppers WESTERN IMPLEMENT our band at the H1 Plams contest 50 X7 l.. BAD Jolly Mayberry, Clarinetg Charlene Dean, Clarinet: Dixie Clampitt, Clnrinetg Oleta Wilson, Saxophoncg Verna Simmons,Saxophone, PatShrauner, saxophone, Carolyn Ri- ley, Fluteg Norma Sloan, Fluteg Laree Green, Clarinetg Patsy Bibler, Clarinetg Shirley Strobel, Clarinetg Ola Lee Wilson, Clarinetg Gene White, Tubag Gene Bales, Baritoneg Dan Hyrnes, Corneig Sammie Gamble, Cornetg Don Witeher, Cornetg L,C, Sleeper, Cornetg Myrlen Chestnut, Cornetg Sandra Bibler, Drum: Don Randolph, Drumg Darlene Elliot, Drumg Tillie Carter, Drum: BillRiley, Drumg Barbara Perkins, Cymbalsg Ronald Grosley, Bass Drumg Alicesagebeil, Twirler, Io An Warner, Twir1ergRnthBrewer, Drum lXl3jOl'CIlCQ Mary Lou Warner, Twirlerg Kay MeCreight, Twir1er,St4inleyl3. Gould, Di- rectorg Alfred Bennett, Tromboneg Eldon Riley, Trombone: Ivan Simmons, Tromboneg Rex Studebaker, Trombonep Bernard Penick, Trombone. Sponsored by ELLIS MOTOR SERVICE 1 , 1 Y' 1 i -1- f I I 7 , 0 CLARINETSQ Barbara Leaton, Janice Martin, June Pate, Janice Kay Crawley, Karen McClung, Barbara Coultice, Billie Raney, CORNETS: Wayne Studeba ker, Bobby Chaney, Jimmie Toadvine, Edna Mae Guymond. TROMBONEZ Michael Cochran. BARITONE: Barbara Barnes. TUBY: Charles Ellis. SAXOPHONES1 Marilyn Walsh, Dick Akers, Pat Hanlin, Juanita Kallaus. PERCUSSION: Mable Jean Rives, Joyce Boaldin, Barbara Sage- bill, Walter Harvey. Stanley Gould, Director. Sponsored by CLIFFORD MARTIN--Carpenter 81 Cabinetmaker, DHH HTICS Effe et1ve S P E E C H com- nvggg. , 1 fs ,ya N? E nfl Flrbi Ciibi Second Cast EARN SIXHI Peg Rugh G1llesp1e who 1S nearly s1xteer thmks she1s abused by her parents Mr Bernard Penlck and Mrs Dolores Sm1th lrv1ng because they w1ll not allovx her to date anyone but a ne1ghbor boy Gordon Vlctor Clampxtt who she thmks IS chxldxsh She IS planmng to elope wxth has been v.r1t1ng for the past fxve or SIX months Jlm Allen Tucker a frlend of Gordon poses as Flash Webster and geteveryone xnto a heap of trouble when the real Flash appears Off1cer Ba1ley Eldon Horton helps make matters worse by arrestmg the Wrong person A l1vely comedy packed vuth laughter presented by the Senxor Class Seems as I detect an unpleasant or ln th1s room WOH't YOU C0ff19 OVCI' and haw! Someone has been foohng wlth some squash? my book Women are so unpredmtable Peg has dlsappeared sponsored by SEYMORL ul RVICE CONOCU BULK STATION 1 A F 2. f ' f. , A I: ' v vp an vivfs- . . A, s - C J . c - ' J ' ' T . 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Joseph shepherds and w1serr1en Gabmel ASSEMIHIIS Singing Toe danc1ng ,X U- 4.-usd N912 Grandma Tub trouble Deferred Proposal M1ss1ss1pp1 Jubmlee S1ngers "NOW Who's Gettlng Ideas ' Mr and Mrs woods Sponsored by ELKHART TELEPHONE CO 56 Gettlng ready for the blg event The thrpe top 'P students Tm, flower busmess 1S d1ff1cul Mor Q practlce Ona last look The recnpuon table Exghth grade graduatlon Posuag for plctures 15 somethl we must do Golng ID Stage decoramons Comlng out 4' Sponsored by J E MCCORMICK Plumblng and Heatlng gui f? 5 R Tarzan 'P rms Our patronlze rs Capt un and coach Gentlemen of Take you for a r1de'9 What's cook1n I-I Sponsored by SHELLEY GRAYBILL Gen1us N3 Wh I'drdy'? Nambe Carr KL? Flrst class pa1nter Advertlsers Indus trlo 4. I 5 8 ""'l foul-1 ,.,... Forward and reverse Soph1st1catc.d 'Pj lady Guess who. Here we are you lucky people. Two polnts for our s1de What s that? Sponsored by MORTON COUNTY MEMBERS CIMARRON VALLEY HEREFORD ASSOCIATION Now a 70 space line is . Look who s camera shy. - A ' 0 l U - We, the Senior Class of 1951, in the county of Morton and state of Kansas hereby declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills and testamentory instruments of every kind by us made. FIRST: After the payment of all our just debts and ex- penses, we give, bequeath and devise the privilege of being seniors to the class of '5Z. SECOND: The members of the senior class will the following properties to the following individuals: Oleta Wilson leaves her ability to pass notes in study hall to Joinice Osborne. Mary Lou Warner leaves her ability to get a ring in three months' time to Ruth Brewer. Dolores Smith leaves her sunny disposition to brighten the halls of E. H. S. Bernard Penick leaves his ability to stay away from girls to C. A. Hayes. Norma Sloan leaves all the geometr problems that she didn,'t get worked to Dan Hymes. fSee ifyyou can do better, Dan . Williard Reazin leaves his position as football captain to L. C. Sleeper. Victor Clampitt aims to hang on to everything that he has. Allen Tucker leaves his desk in geometry. Q"Thank goodness," he says. I Shirley Miller leaves her ability to be a student and housewife at the same time to Evelyn Steele. Junior Hayes leaves his ability to make old cars run to Lynn Crosley. Lynn Fowler leaves his arguments on politics to any- one who can use them. Patsy Bibler leaves her ability to talk in American History andrget by with it to Laree Green. Zo Ann ucker has a little midnight oil left that she will gladly leave to next year's chemistry student . Nelda Rhoads leaves the name of Smith, since she doesn't need it anymore. fWe wonder who is going to accept it, Lester?g Norma Jean U lom leaves all the jokes she didn't get to tell to Jolly Mayberry. CYou'll have to ask her w at they are, Jolly., Ruth Gillespie leaves her ability to keep a service man to Verna Simmons. Eldon Horton says if they will just let him out of school he'll leave anything. Sponsored by EULAH B. SWEEM 8: NEVA'S CAFE 'ff' mx 131154, D781 Lxlusoohs MYERS AND C0 INC TOPEKA, KANSAS U," n- ...: ..0q,:o 9 : 7 W, , 7 I ,Y N Of' 0. A 41 rg Sf" o."o 9 .' o:.'o::0 HH V-XLxfN1"KklRS Ol QLHIHN . 'u,'o.0g ' '0.'o I O.. 0 Og ' ffm? WRU fga saw-ff s e a ll Sf ' ' 5 3 I Q 'Fjbw 3 ff1Eavg 593-2 h lk


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