Elkhart High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Elkhart, KS)

 - Class of 1954

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Some day, in the future years, if this book re- calls those treasures, it will have served its purpose. lecbca fion I 'u :ig HX HQ 12 In appreciation of his help and devotion to the Young People of this community, we wish to dedicate the 1954 Wildcat to Mr. Burt Elder. We are especially proud of his fine an- nouncements of our sports events and his en- couragement to our teams. Sponsored By SENIOR CLASS MR. BURTON ELDER 'Q CUARLA CHILDS Vzilcdictorian CR ffm' . . 1 is cr ,V ALICE SAGEBIEL Sa lutatorian JOHN S MITH Citizenship Oli ora v ,1 The Honor Society is a national organization sponsored by the National Association of lligh School Principals, The students must have a B average or better, The faculty then chooses the members on the basis of character and leadership, Membership is limited to 20010 of the senior class and 5Ufo of the junior class, BOYS' STATE Gilbert Rodriquez John Smith NEVA SMITH Citizenship HONOR SOCIETY X Patricia Brown Charla Childs ,ttf Y ,fl ' as -Il Boys' State is sponsored by the American Legion, Local sponsors are Carl S, McC lung and Elkhart Co-Op Equity Exc. The qualifications are leadership, scholarship, character and courage for service, The boys go to North High School in Wichita, Kansas where they spend their time practicing government, ALL-AROUND GIRL ALL -AROUND BOY Verna Simmons Donald Brandner All-Around Girl and Boy were chosen by the faculty and presented gifts by Mr. and Mrs, Charles Wilson, Verna Simmons received earrings and cuff links, Donald Brandner received a tie clasp and key chain, Sponsored by FISHERS, INC. 3 Alice Sagebiel Sammie 1 . A ,u Gamble ,if"',i rx. John Smith 'gig rf 5 1 Patricia V 7 Shrauncr ' ' AQ A f 'uv 1, J. IIAJOVSKY '1'1c41s11r1:r . Y. w-:-1 111- ,SZAOOK Mar .gi 1, WX ti' -.I ! E. R. IIERZBERGER Director CLIFFORD IIIGG INS Clerk A11111cc Jo Landrum GL-or11,i:1S111il11 1.yl1I1L' ,Xdd111g1o11 Iiohhy 131111111111 ,11II1L' 11.110 Buddy 1311111111 Vurnu S1111111o11s D1-11 1lr.111d11ur f,11i1l'1k'5f1Lll'lL'1l Spa NUI' 1'1CL'I'l1R1f15: I1:1r11.1ra 1,c.111111 1111111 51111111 7111 3111 9111 9111 10111 10111 12111 12111 nsor 11111 11111 ulaer-in fenclenf MR, BRANDNER I Superintendent Sponsored by IDEAL FOOD STORE .S?uc!enf Counci LEFT TO RIGHT: Annice Landrum, Buddy Brown, Verna Simmons, Mr, Garrun, Don Brand- ncr, June Pate, Lynnc Addington, Bobby Boaldin, Georgia Smith, F Q.. df "Hn m"'a 5 4 Q ra x Q' Q 4 X k Q 45 KW .3 S . .frve 'R , '.,'i W K V25 Wai? . ,,,,, M, ui? pal if ' -r 9 ' -Q.. - ' . ,. ,mag 'f .J ' . w ,Sf A , .Pk AT . .' .W 1 L33 , f A , 2 x Q 1 - 'P Y 5 , ,. fm ., 'MQ' , gags . gc A Ss? f" 1 4,. g ,Q ., , V 2 7' -wif? " L:,,,, fjijr., wifi 15 W f ii' J 5, f gen? .M In a ,AM 4 AN, QR 7,W wrt ix 4 f , 4 ,, . 'gfig ' -1' 7 .gif ff uf? , ... W,- x . 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J, A, DRAKE Science, B, S, Degree in Education, East Central State Col- lege, Ada, Okla, KENNETH FOWLER Shop and Agriculture, B, S, Degree in Agriculture, Panhandle A, SL M, , Goodwell, Okla,, Graduate Work, Okla, A. Ralvi, Stillwater, Okla. CHARLES H, GARTEN Coach, Physical Education, History, B, S, Degree in Educa- tion, Central State College, Edmond, Okla, STANLEY COULD Music, A, B, Degree, Southwestern College, Winfield, Kan- sas, Graduate Work, Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas. LOLA D, MAJORS Home Arts, B, A, Degree, Peru State Teachers' College, Peru, Nebraska, M, A, Degree in Home Economics, Colorado State College of Education. ORA DALE RODGERS English, Il, A, Degree in Education, Central State College, Edmond, Oklahoma, ORPAII E, SMITH Connnerce, BA, Degree, Panhandle A, 84 M, College, Goodwell, Okla. VIRGINIA STEARNS Office and Shorthand, B, S, Degree in Education, Central State College, Edmond, Okla, Sponsored by KETCI-IUM SERVICE STATION fr, it -'S '0,. I ..-2" ' I IM X , 2 .nv ' 'px fc- '7 ' '-'CJ' ik' rf lv-Q QS The Big Study Hall Buddy Brown, Donald Coen, Dickie Akers, Mr. Fowler and James McCrea work in shop. fi lf CLJJPOOHI FLCLIOZ5 Michael Copeland, Rex Studebaker, and Kay McCreight in Chemistry. Ml ., I , l- Mrs. Smith, June Pate, Billie Raney, and Erma Abbott in typing class. Time out for Lunch. Sponsored by POWELL CLEANERS V :nf ' V QV: Q . 2. , Yr nh. V -3: .f.V ..: V s ,, ,LV . ,. A-N -V jp. ,,:' .gi Vw .24 , 'V 1, 1, . L5 +5.55 iif 2 -Vf' 2 if 'T 11- .,..,. 4 .K AA Y .D .:V is : ,,. .V za.. if . Vi, Mfg, - :VR '.i41'ffifL. , .. ., fia '?'3W1Q.i J- Y ' 1 wal .yew V V Vazfyfif. Vu fag: Vu-V , ' f 5 .QR V 2 1 6 ?2f:vr5 . 5 f ffibf, v J' 'E.',,. L' V , , , J . 1, .T V V, 14' '-.- LL . ' W 5 X U: , if 'U' - af. QWQLQ QQ mf .V " ,,. ,V ,VV Y af 21 ff :Q J++ V S QF l-2, Q 2 1 ' spy.. :- f ' , . is lk' Q L' .V .: '3 T . 6157 ' 3 Eff? 1 ff-gf ff A f if 1 ,Q .hx x V ,..vv .,. 3, E52 Vg. 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DON BRANDNER QRIGHTJ Band 2,33 Football 1,2g Basketball 1, 3,45 Track 1, 3,4g Contest Play 1, Student Council 3,4g Boys' Glee Club 1,2,4g Mixed Chorus 1,43 Class Officer 1, PATRICIA IRENE BROWN QLEFTJ Major Plays 3,4g Girls' Chorus 25 Class Officer 13 F. H.A. 33 Y-Teens 3, Pan American 3, Girls' Lcagueg Honor Society 3g Girls' State 3, 4-ll 3, CHARLA ANITA CHILDS QRIGHTJ Major Plays 3,45 Girls' Chorus 4, Mixed Chorus l,4g Pep Clubg Teens' Club, Sponsored By SOUTHWEST MACHINE SHOP 7 45" in? 1 r av- A 1 Xl X yi! 1 fiox, iv 1 Q., L- en iam KELVIN COEN fLEFTj Track 2, Plays l,3g Boys' Chorus 4, DARLENE H. COEN QRIGHTJ Band l,2,3g Plays 3, Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 2, 3,-4, l-IARLAN WALTER COOKE QLEFTJ Boys' Chorus 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Plays 3,4, MARY MARGARET DENNING CRIGHTJ Plays 49 Girls' Chorus 4g Mixed Chorus 4, DON FISHER CLEFTJ Football 4, Class Officer 4, SAMMIE LEE GAMBLE QRIGI-ITj Band 1,2, 3,4g Football 3,4g Basketball 45 Plays 3,4g Annual Staff 4g Boys' Chorus 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Class Officer 3g French Club 2, 3, Symphonettes 2g Hi-Y 2. Sponsored By MUNCY HERZBERGER, INC 8 at 6' f"X 6 L7 DONNA KETCHUM Plays 3,4g Annual Staff 4g Girls' Chorus 1,2g Pep Club 1,2, 3,45 Pep Club Officer 4, SHIRLEY MARIE GRASZ Plays 3g Library 1,2, 3,4, eniord E N. A i it 1- LX si CATHERINE MCCREIGHT Band 1,2,3,4g Plays 3,4g Girls' Chorus lg Mixed Chorus 2g Class Officer lg Majorette 4, ELDON D. REAZIN QLEFTQ Band 4g Football 1, 3,4g Basketball 3,45 Track l, 3,4g Student Council 3g Class Officer 2, 3,4g Football Captain 4: Basketball Captain 3, SHARON KAY RICHTERBERG QRIGHTQ Plays 35 Annual Staff 4g Girls' Chorus 2,4g Mixed Chorus 4g Class Officer 4, Sponsored By BOB REED-BURT ELDER INSURANCE AGENCY 13 1-'!."..3 ry H - f A LICE S AGEBIEL Band 1,2,3,4g Plays 3,45 Student Council 1,25 Annual Staff 45 Girls' Chorus I,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 45 Class Officer 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Twirler, BILL R. RILEY Plays 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Boys' Chorus 45 Mixed Chorus 4. Yr! A BOYD A, snsnwooo C yd A Band 3,45 Foorbaii 1,2,3,45 Baskerbaii 3, 55 ' Track 1,2,35 Plays 35 Boys' Chorus 45 Mixed Q 4 , 5. Y - HE..- 31 iss Ma K Chorus 4. L kkr' PATRICIA ANNE SHRAUNER QLEFTJ Band 1,2,3,45 Plays 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 4. VERNA LEE SIMMONS QRIGHTJ Band 152, 3,45 Plays 45 Student Council 3,45 Girls' Chorus 1,25 Mixed Chorus 45 Class Officer 1, 2,4. Sponsored by THE ELKHART HOTEL l0 1-Q 3.-i xrx BOB SIPES Basketball 1,2,3,4g Track 1g Boys' Chorus 1,3,4g Mixed Chorus 1,3,4g Plays 4g Class Officer 1, 2, 3, -11' LESTER SMITH Football 1. NEVA SMITH REX R. STUDEBAKER CLEFTQ Band 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2, 3,4g Plays 35 Annual Staff 4g Boys' Chorus 4g Mixed Chorus 4: Class Officer lg Band Officer 3,4, ROBERT SWAFFORD QRIGHTJ Band 3,4g Football 1g Plays 3,45 Football lg Plays 3,45 Annual Staff 4g Boys' Chorus 4, Mixed Chorus 45 Class Officer 3, Sponsored by FARMERS' 8: LAWYERS' TITLE CO., 11 eniom Girls' Chorus 4g Football Queen 4. INC. Alfred Bennett Kay McCreight fit , Af' ul Pat Shrauner , Y ' ' 1 Tl 'ffm N llarlan Cooke Eldon Rcazin Cfadd ,Nbforg written by Harlan Cooke On a warm September Day in 1942, if you had looked upon the first grade class room, in the old grade school building, among the many pupils you would have seen these bright and shining faces: Alice Sagebiel, Shirley Grasz, Rex Studebaker, Sharon Richterberg, Bobby Walsh, Alfred Bennett, Pat Shrauner, Donna Ketchum, and yours truly, Harlan Cooke. Miss Maryetta was our first grade teacher. Mrs. Emberton was our second grade teacher. This was the year Sammie Gamble joined us. Roberta Shrauner taught the third grade and the first semester of the fourth grade. Miss Mitchell taught the second semester. That year Bill Riley and Boyd Sherwood joined the class, Mrs. Soupiset was our fifth grade teacher, with Mr. Majors teaching us mathematics. That was the year Eldon Reazin joined us. Mr. Majors was our sixth grade teacher. That year we were the oldest class in the grade school. The next year we came to the High School building with Pat Brown and Verna Simmons joining our class. The highlight of our eighth grade was our Eighth Grade Graduation. Our Freshman year Bob Swafford, Don Fisher, Lester and Neva Smith, Kelvin Coen and Kay McCreight joined us. Charla Childs entered our class in our Sophomore year. That year we also lost a fellow student, Pat Brown, who moved to Arizona. The highlights of our Junior year were our play, "Head First," and the Junior-Senior Banquet with the theme, "Evening in Paris." Our Senior year Darlene Coen, Don Brandner, Bob Sipes, Mary Denning and Pat Brown joined us. This year there have been many highlights, the outstanding of these being the building of the new gym and auditorium, the Junior-Senior Banquet with the theme of "Moonlight and Roses, " our Senior play, "Deadly Earnest, " the Senior trip to New Orleans, and of course, Baccalaureate, Class Night and Graduation. We have hit only a few of the important events of our 12 years of school. But I am sure that those we know have watched us journey through these l2 years with many memories. The Senior Class of 1954 leaves Elkhart High School with many memories and I believe we each leave a part of ourselves behind. Sponsored by WILLIAMS 8: SONS HARDWARE 8: FURNITURE lZ l I Patricia Brown Charla Childs Shirley Grasz Re x S tude ba ker Boyd Sherwood 2- 37 ef., Q YJ? M2561 ' Ein ra k .v . . 4 1 Ji X V, Q. ' IX , ,,X., 3'T'k+'Xw' L3 aw xl , Q- , ,. I C' Li X K, 'PM . .A :fag , 1 1, 2 X ,X Az' 42 L . KA,"-5 Vi . . ,v . ' ,gy , ,A , W 5' W X, vida B . -X 2 nk: ,. 2' 'ji HEX ' . , Jw' -,nf 1 -is N 5 " if wa ' f: -- -Q '.- .rn 1 r ur A 8 1 Vx 91' f 'S 911 ,42 Vw, ' sl'-f Y x Zi AQ X 1 X -LS, if 1 s Z f X 4' I . 'V 4 u :- s X ,N A 7, 5- 4 ix H1 , 4 X in A 'PSX .1 . 'fl' ., "f19f , . -181' 1: f ' main" X w.fg--fe--:uv 2 534 -gigs: , . , ".:kx7.7 ' 2 15 ,323 9 fb 153,31 fs' ' "1 VX. i ff 3 .. ,,'. 52. l j. 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THIRD ROW: Joe Rodriguez, Barbara Sagebiel, FOURTH ROW: Eleanor Shuss, John Smith, FIFTH ROW: Wayne Studebaker, Bob Walsh, SIXTH ROW: Marilyn Walsh, Dan Witcher. 0 wx l, 3 f.:-.ff Y qv' Q ' ae, 4 v'l I :Q 5: 'Y , P Ir. y- 1 v-gy . N-. I x 'ay R rl X Q x 1, I A X ,x 3 A, 19 :" IQ? CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Barnes, Secretary-Treasurerg Mike Copeland Presidentg Abner Delay, Vice -President, Eleanor Shuss, Reporter, Sponsored by WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 13 9 -i- raq V ' X, 6, -0 X Cy' il. In ESF: i X - I 6474:-u, Zi 3' f CT- 794 Jn ,b I 'CZ ..- Q' ' -r Q- ' f 'VX .X 'Nl - A , 1 l l N: 1 1:- It , . --rf' . .T .. FIRST ROW: Erma Jean Abbott, Dickie Akers, Joyce Boaldin, Buddy Brown, Donald Coen, Edna Mae Guymon. SECOND ROW: George Hinch, James Mc- 3 Crea, June Pate, J. W. Priest, Billie Raney, Milford Rankin. THIRD ROW: , , Darrel Reazin, Mabel Jean Rives, NOT PICTURED: Jack Beasley, Bob Chaney, V Michael Cochran, Fred Craig, Janice Kay Crawley, Jim Toadvine. 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P, 'vi' and Q R' y le -T f ' VW M S ' 'L ., if , , I I .3 fi- JQL X Y' 1 1 . . 2 5' ff ' 3 .44 A 1 ,, ' vi f :"f5',2f ' LJ. il 2 Q, 5 ,L 'L' i f ?fe., 'N Wh, - Tillie ,I , i' C, 7: ,U '- 1 L., -fe- ,fl FIRST ROW: Lynne Addington, Bobby Boaldin, Earlene Carlile, Larry Coen, George Dickey Larry Gillespie, Barbara Grasz, Alice Guymon. 2nd ROW: Thelbert Hartley, Ruby Hines. 3rd ROW: Sharon Hitchcock, Jamie McKee, 4th ROW: Jerry Perkins, Maxine Petit, 5th ROW: Clifford Rankin, Ruth Ross, 6th ROW: Jack Salmon, Charles Sipes, 'lth ROW: Neoma Smith, Mary Ruth Talbert, 8th ROW: Jackie Tuman, Lane Turner, 9th ROW: Howard Weatherford, Murray Wright, NOT PICTURED: Billy Farrington, Jim Sagebiel, jl'Q:5Al'l'lClIfl CALM ln. A io- :rf 1"Y if uv' c Vx, x f'-r ,X , . , i I X X N wi T f y ' 'ni iv- au? it r, Q l x ' v' - I fyjl . A 4 5' -.v 4 -' CLASS OFFICERS-SEATED: Lynne Addington, Bobby Boadlin, Student Council Representa- lf , tives. STANDING: Ruth Ross, Secretary-Treasurer: George Dickey, Vice-President: Jack 1- axe, X.. Salmon, President: Sharon Hitchcock, Reporter, Affi 'M in 5-E L N Sponsored by ORTH SERVICE STATION 1 2 1 n 7 1' 11 L. ' 15 "t" I f ' l L. . 1' ' ar - A A N' ' " 'K' y' "' t 4 'FDS ,X V 1 + , - - K 1- y uv-1, ai Y .,'A u al- J ' X. Xe fry ,- . 4, we as was ' Y r . :fi V .lx ini' A Kim -fs - , . Q f ttaa ,M Q -fi J 5 L A wif' tl .L 5, .agp 6+ J" ,3f:a. , .. , , s wa ' T' 'iff' QL. - , ' ' S it 1. Q X , l x - S N T la A, X letra? 'pt' I- X 167' hr, I F71 - v N- L , g . ',,, 5 hvi 2 K 32, 3 t A fl we ii E, , A K I ..... U K , 1 FIRST ROW: Harold Abbott, Nicky Cooke, Martha Craver, Virgil Garnett, Byron John son, 2nd ROW: Kletis Kelly, Shirley Little Jo Ann McCrca, Verlee Mobray, Rex Morgan, 3rd ROW: Joyce Pate, Beverly Raney, Helen Reazin, Leona Ross, Jimmie Ryman, 4th ROW: Lee Ora Scheel, Curtis Sherwood, Georgia Smith, Ralph Stude- baker, Suella Sutton, 5th ROW: Betty Tal- bott, Sue Thacker, Gale Turner, 6th ROW Kenneth Turner, Karen Welsch, NOT PIC- TURED: Ralph Eatinger. xi., -os J 4' 4 ? . y , J ,t - ,.- ,L f ,' 'Ag x ., 1 'J I LY' J kv -' , P L I X , A .g Id W. t 5 X' fd M x . 6 ef" f :P i ff' LM J 9 .- " P lg ra e 4 L ,. rm , ' 1 175. R 'ks , CLASS OFFICERS SEATED: Martha Craver, Reporter: Leona Ross, Secretary. STANDING: Georgia Smith Student Council Representative: Joyce Pate, President: Verlee Mobray, Treasurer: Kletis Kelly, Vice-President. 2 1, Qt' sl .N V, l, ,. A :""' A - ' T fy ' ll, ,- V? Sponsored by KELLY OIL COMPANY , , QL Qs 4 . , Q f., ,,,.-l, .., 1- s V N l"l x.. -- -- X'-A-'djs 6' WX if ,t z I Q 4 .. .-3 11, 1 ff, :K t 'W , . ., , , ,I 1 K ma 4A . A 'C Go 'G' . 'K rg' ax l I vu- G r -- 'iv ' . .6441 193: I' .L" nl , l 4 "' sl Z. ,. . , "5-'X ' ' ' . 1 XZ' f y A A S, if f FIRST ROW: Allan Joe Bennett, Robert Bressler ,Wal A Q I lp X, ,, -v. v.. rv- ul 4' as C 5 -l x Q K . E' A - 7- m -0- 1 s I , Betty Carr, Venona Childs, Verlon Childs, Billy Creasser, Fred Dilbeck, 2nd ROW: Tom Dilbeck, Glenda Easley, Delores Gamble, Jake Graybill, Larry Green, Carl Hitch- cock, Glenn llorton, 3rd ROW: Gene Kallaus, Carolyn Ketchum, Dan LaRue, Evelyn Lawrence, Linda Mc- Clung, Carol Morgan, Esther Petit, 4th ROW: Larry Raney, Patricia Riley, C, W, Robson, Richard Rodriguez, Mary Lou Shaver, Roger Smith, Eunnice Turner. Y elfeflfk Qu Q CLASS OFFICERS SEATED: Annice JO Landrum, Student Council Representative Linda McClung, Secretary- Treasurer, STANDING: Carl Hitchcock, Vice-President, Shirley Adams, President, Jake Graybill, Reporter, Sponsored by C. S. MCCLUNG LAND COMPANY Karen McC1ung and John Smith Alfred Bennett and Jim Toadvlne U! B111 R11ey and Don Brandner X 5-,,,' Mrs Matt1e Sherwood Mrs Jenn1e Ne111 Mrs Bertha Sher wood and Mrs Loretta Talbert X i .ga , flgll x .,.k A Q, , k' V V. 'fn vffh 4 A ,.fz,3ga,qm:.?f 2 'Vf' "af-A 55. W , , ,Q .,lf" 1 iigzftf ,fi-U' fm 'sa f 35.-.L f WY' ' 1' 'f' vi v- " . 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'J 7 4 Alfffp! ea -, K The season started with 39 boys reporting to practice under the leadership of Coach Garten assisted by Kenneth Fowler. They slowly worked into shape with a lot of bruises and sore muscles. Then came the big night, Springfield, which the Wildcats beat 48 to 7 with Reazin, Witcher and Cochran doing the scoring. Satanta pulled a surprise upset with a 20 to 7 victory over the Wildcats with Reazin run- ,,,, ,I5 ning a beautiful 45 yard scarnper for the only score. The B team played Cvuymon, being beaten 48 to 13. , The Wildcats, with a bad case of furnblelitis, bowed to Sublette with a score of 26 to 12. Bennett and Reazin passed to each other for the two touchdowns. The B team edged out Satanta 13 to 7 with sophomore Michael Cochran doing the scoring. Then the Wildcats returned home for two games after a disastrous ff of 4. road trip in which two good teams were played. A , They lost to Texhoma 47 to 7 and to Plains 43 to x J O. The team never gave up even though they were outweighed. 73 Meanwhile the B team had fied Hugeren Z6 to N :- -5- . 26 in a thrilling display of fast scoring. They lost ?- V' to Guymon 44 to 6 but they gained much needed experience. jf' Q! z 4, M f . ff 'ii The Wildcats, packed with a lot of drive and spirit, broke an eight-year jinx by beating John- son 32 to 25 with one of the wildest finishes seen on the hpme field in years. The visitors took the lead early in both halves but the Wildcats came fighting back with scor- , x ing done by Jim Riley, Eldon Reazin and Rex Studebaker. lg., X Beaver edged Elkhart 19 to 14 after the Wildcats had the winning :Epi touchdown called back. L T T lj? Hugoton, with a bigger and more expereinced team, was able to edge pl' the Wildcats 18-12 in a fine last game of the season. ' V f ' If Mx u ag H AP M. ' :lm K E Sponsored by the FEDERATED STORE , p . iw, I' F1 1 ie! 'S I 1.2 4 N N q, i. sf if P T- 1 xg 5. i P Coach Garten fag? Eldon Reazin, Halfback sq -V F- 1 .- ,V ,mg ' , .. A " 'N'--ht E fl' ,?r-,' h . ,' ff , ' in ' 1 131- 'P ' 1 ,C 'fisaezfn Alfred Bennett, End -- .4115 A ...Q , , 44... - ,Z mx. . ". Rex Studebaker, Halfback jim I9 3 0? BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Rodriguez, Gilbert Rodriguez, Darrel Reazin, Wiley Osborn Bob Chaney, Don Fisher, Jack Salmon, Larry Coen, Dan Witcher, Abner Delay. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Garten, Jerry Perkins, Milford Rankin, Sammie Gamble, Lester Smith, Boyd Sherwood, Alfred Bennett, Lane Turner, Eldon Sponsored by TRI-STATE NEWS 20 -..-... joofgaff SWG i I : , "-fha., N . ..,. .Iln..-.-4-....,,. Reazin, Michael Cochran, Howard Weatherford, Kenneth Fowler, TOP ROW: Jim Toadvine, I, W. Priest, Clifford Rankin, Buddy Brown, Jim Sugebiel, Murray Wright, Dickie Akers, John Smith, Rex Studebaker, George Dickey, Charles Sipes. Sponsored by BURKETT TELEVISION St RADIO REPAIR Sammie Gamble, End W I1 A I 4.,f,.--5,132 N A ' , NZ - ' ' if1,'.,1e?it-I , I s w xi. QT .'. -N: -, .A Don Fisher, Guard 4,14 . , . '-,L L , ' A' - . . 'Va' . i "4" . .. ' A QTL' . " 1, ' r . J. .-. ' 1 ' i EAQVIUNV f Qq.,..',x . Tis .f si :. e 1- , .. ff Boyd Sherwood, Fullback pr If 5 .45 fx X ' M ' TM 'ii ,.,J. I iester Smith, End 5 ' ,.f I A ' ...sf- ov W X b L 'L of Wiley Osborn Gilbert Rodriguez John Smith .V 'ni'-7 W .'- - V we-, . W5 -- " ,e Q. . 1 4 'v' , . 42,3 ' .Q Abner D Bob Chaney ,' L.- Dan Witcher , -. uv H . ,,, , Nm. T, ' ,W N11 4. .. 1- A Ya. ,N X, Q Ahib A 1 f ' 4 Q lr. N H, 'Ha x R 4 4 " wp x wen x Risk? Q . tmqiq .ly X ,ix-if-at .-.iggfkv x..- 1 'g fb: I 6' be V b 1 J ack Salmon George H1nch Joe Rodr1quez 5,NWQgM. ' Dickie Akers Lane Turner 5. eyaxl ?'f Michael Cochran Darrel Reazin --- A , - HL. rv mg q w ' - ,119-z.r A b f h sponsored by NoRMAN's IMPLEMENT at AUTO SERVICE P -' -1A, '4 tn Q 4 , 3 'x s ,922 - , . Qui. 'Y- 'Wgx' N--LL Q , i 'F QVN 8 ff-f x A I 'h ' 5 ' 15534 SMTP? . 1., A f' iw 4 5 0-' ay' BARBARA LEATON LYNNE ADDINGTON Sponsored By Uencgl 'US ANNICE JO LANDRUM - 7 T3 BILLIE RANE Y JOYCE PATE BAND BOX SHOPPE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE AND RESULTS The Wildcats got off to a good start by beating Plains 44-38. They dropped the next two games to Moscow and Rolla by the scores of: 42-36 and 64-50. They won the next game beating Lakin 48-37. The next week the team traveled to Johnson and suffered a 45-39 defeat. The next week the Wildcats met Satanta on their own court and lost by 2 points, 48-46, in a double overtime. The Wildcats then traveled to Hugoton for a 53-46 victory. Spurred on by victory the Wildcats beat Sublette by a score of 43-36. The Conference tournament was played at Satanta. Plains beat Elkhart 52-48 in the first game. The Wildcats were victorious in the first game in the new gym beating Liberal 55-54. They traveled to Plains to be defeated 46-40. Overcoming an earlier defeat the Wildcats beat Moscow 54-50. They were defeated by Rolla a second time 46-42. The Wildcats then had a winning streak. They beat Johnson 42-413 Lakin 53-353 Yarbrough in a March of Dimes game, 62-383 and Satanta 51-43. They lost the last 2 games of the regular season to Ulysses 65-50 and Sublette 50-36. I In the District Tournament at Lakin, Elkhart beat Sharon Springs 58-46. They carried home the second place trophy after being beaten by Satanta in the finals. In the Regional Tournament at Meade, the Wildcats were defeated by Plains in the first game 49-41. The toal result of the season was ll wins and ll losses. gm M l I Sponsored by ELKHART CO-OPERATIVE EQUITY EXCHANGE .4-wLel6a ff "A" TEAM QSTANDINGJ READING LEFT TO RIGHT: Dick Akers, Sammie Gamble, Michael Cochran, Michael Copeland, Alfred Bennett, Eldon Reazin, Bob Sipes, Coach Gar- ten, QKNEELlNGj Rex Studebaker, Don Brandner, Dan Witcher. "B" TEAM CSTANDINGJ READING LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Garten, Gilbert Rodriguez, Wiley Osborn, George Dickey, Edwin Brown, Robert Chaney, John Smith, Darrel Reazin, Jack Salmon, QKNEELINGJ Charles Sipes, James Toadvine, Jerry Perkins, be it X22 4 my 3354 r A V, x-V, lv A ,,,- , fx, K l , I r K - U .2i. 5 Sponsored By PIONEER MEN'S STORE v Rex Studebaker, Don Brand- ner, and Eldon Reazin, three successful members of the track team. Zac The following are the results of a very successful track season. At Garden City Eldon Reazin placed second in the 100-yard dash. The 88U re- lay team composed of Rex Studebaker, Don Brandner, Bob Sipes, and Eldon Reazin placed fourth. The medley relay team composed of Rex Studebaker, Eldon Reazin, Alfred Bennett and Don Brandner placed second. At Syracuse, Eldon Reazin placed first in the 100-yard dash and 220-yard dash. Rex Studebaker placed third in the 220-yard dash. The 880 relay team composed of Rex Studebaker, Don Brandner, Alfred Bennett, and Eldon Reazin placed first. The medley relay team consisting of Rex Studebaker, Eldon Reazin, Bob Chaney and John Smith placed fourth. Don Brandner placed first in the 880-yard run. Michael Cochran placed fifth in the high hurdles. Alfred Bennett placed fourth in the 440- yard run. The mile relay team composed of Jim Sagebiel, Darrel Reazin, Gilbert Rodriguez and Dickie Akers placed fourth. At Scott City, Eldon Reazin placed first in the 100-yard dash and third in the 220-yard dash. Wiley Osborn placed fifth in the 440-yard run. The 880 relay team composed of Michael Cochran. Alfred Bennett, Don Brandner, and Eldon Reazin placed third. The medley relay team consisting of Rex Studebaker, Eldon Reazin, Alfred Bennett and Don Brandner placed second. Michael Coch- ran placed fifth in the low hurdles. At Hays, Don Brandner placed second in the 880-yard run and Eldon Reazin placed second in the 100-yard dash. At Johnson, Eldon Reazin placed third in the 100-yard dash. The mile relay team composed of Bob Sipes, Darrel Reazin, Bob Chaney and Dickie Akers placed fourth. The 880-relay team composed of Rex Studebaker, Don Brandner, Alfred Bennett, and Eldon Reazin placed third. The medley relay team composed of Michael Cochran, Eldon Reazin, Alfred Bennett, and Don Brandner placed first. Don Brandner placed fifth in the broad jumps. Michael Cochran placed fifth in the low hurdles. At the Garden City regional meet, Eldon Reazin placed second in the 100- yard dash and Don Brandner placed second in the 880-yard run. Sponsored by OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT F. .5 ' '- A PAGE OF PROGRESS he .ny 5 D HW -. ' ' - f - M ,. GOING UP . ',.n-5' ' lz- -n,,,--H-. 1931, -Q Safe? 'Er ik . 'I A V -K "rw, -,, 5:1 . vie, f ie PZ' ' "' 'LW .if 0 n' K-L PY' if S' 1 agp" 5' ' YJ K O Lgi ljlffg V . -v' ' V1 'M ah. j A ,l 'Li V 'Q 'L NN Nfggffi. A A 7-f Jg ' AND UP UNTIL Cheers and V1ctory for the Wildcats. 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Junior Representative Sponsored by MARQUISE STUDIOS Enid, Oklahoma 29 . . . .Sponsor io, ft 2,9 FIRST ROW: Betty Carr, Venona Childs, Helen Reazin, Georgia Smith, Edna Mae Guymon, Billie Raney, Sue Thacker, Carol Morgan, Sue Sutton, 2nd ROW: Shirley Adams, Pat Shrauner, Dean Finley, Erma Jean Abbott, Sharon Hitchcock, Glenda Easley, Barbara Grasz, Ruby Hines, Joyce Boaldin, 3rd ROW: Marilyn Walsh, Esther Petit, Evelyn Lawrence, Beverly Raney, Joyce Pate, Eleanor Shuss, Mary Lou Shaver, Eunice Turner, Delores Gamble, Patricia Riley, Jo Ann McCrea, Annice Jo Landrum, 4th ROW: Kay McCreight, Janiese Martin, Verlee Mobray, Pat Brown, Verna Simmons, Sharon Richterberg, Leona Ross, June Pate, Donna Ketchum, Margaret Denning, Charla Childs, Karen McClung, Mabel Jean Rives, 5th ROW: Miss Stearns, Barbara Grasz, Maxine Petit, Linda McC1ung, Barbara Barnes, Barbara Leaton, Barbara Coultice, Mary Ann Bryant, Alberta Morgan, Carolyn Ketchum, Jamie McKee, Glenda Vandervort, Alice Guy- mon, Pat Jacobs, Ruth Ross. CHEERLEADERS Lynne Addington, Alice Sagebiel, Barbara Sagebiel and Janice Kay Crawley. Sponsored by QUATTLEBAUM HOME GAS CO. Jai ,szioof Ya' , ' an l i -' I . ' L' OS., r J J J fr 'v LM H4 L -fe 'pa 501001 FRONT ROW, QClarinetsJ-Barbara Leaton, Janiese Martin, June Pate, Ruth Ross, Karen McClung, Alice Guymon, Janice Kay Crawley, Billie Raney, Barbara Coultice, Annice Landrum, Carolyn Ketchum, Glenda Easley, Ullutesj-Joyce Pate, Mabel Jean Rives, 2nd ROW, fCornetsJ-Sammie Gamble, Bob Chaney, Leona Ross, Jim Toadvine, Verlee Mobray, QFrench Hornsy-Sharon Hitchcock, Edna Mae Guymon, fBaritonej-Barbara Barnes, fSaxophonesJ-Dickie Akers, Put Shrauner, Ralph Studebaker, Larry Green, Jimmie Ryman, Marilyn Walsh, Bob Swafford, Verna Simmons. THLRD ROW, QDrumsJ-Larry Raney, Boyd Sherwood, fCymbalsJ-Alice Sagebiel, fDrums5-Joyce Boaldin, Sue Sutton, Patricia Riley. STANDING: Mr, Gould, Director, CTUBASJ-Mike Copeland, Wayne Studebaker, fTwirlersJ-Barbara Sagebiel, Linda McClung, fMajoretteJ-Kay McCreight, QTwirlersj-Shirley Adams, Georgia Smith, fTrombonesJ -George Dickey, Jack Salmon, Alfred Bennett, Rex Studebaker, Michael Cochran. BAND OFFICERS DIRECTOR Barbara Barnes, Vice-President, Rex Studebaker, President, Alfred Stanley Gould Bennett, Librarian, Verna Simmons, Secretary-Treasurer, Sponsored by ELKHART BEAUTY PARLOR at BEULAH BEAUTY SHOP T WIRLERS or ,i,,, Georgia Smith, Shirley Adams, Kay Mcfjrcighr, Linda McClung, Barbara Sagebiel. BRASS QU,-XRTET SAXOPHONE QUARTET l I Pat Shrauner, Bob Swafford, Dickie Barbara Barnes, Michael Cochran, SJFl11'Il1C Grimble, . Akers, Verna Simmons. Bob Chancy. CORNET TRIO CLARINET TRIO Bob Chaney, Sammic Gamble, Jim Toadvinc. Janicsc Marlin, June Parc, Barbara Lcaton Sponsored by FIRST STATE BANK GIRLS' CHORUS BOYS' CHORUS lst ROW: Eleanor Shuss, Barbara Grasz, Charla Childs, Karen McClung, Janiese Martin, June Pate, Alice Guymon, Pat Jacobs, Mabel Jean Rives, Neva Smith, Edna Mae Guymon, Billie Raney, Pat Shrauner, 2nd ROW: Mr. Gould, Sharon Hitchcock, Barbara Barnes, Barbara Leaton, Sharon Richter berg, Janice Kay Crawley, Mary Ann Bryant, Lynne Adding ton, Jamie McKee, Alice Sagebiel, Margaret Denning, Bar- bara Sagebiel, MIXED CHORUS lst ROW: Jim Toadvine, Abner Delay, Wesley Bressler, Bob Chaney, Rex Studebaker, Bill Riley, Bob Sipes, Don Brand- ner, Joe Rodriguez. 2nd ROW: Mr, Gould, Gilbert Rodriguez, riquez, Michael Cochran, Harlan Cooke, Alfred Bennett, Boyd Sherwood, Sammie Gamble, Dan Witcher, Bob Walsh, John Smith, Dickie Akers. 1st ROW: Billie Raney, Eleanor Shuss, Karen McClung, Charla Childs, Barbara Grasz, Margaret Denning, Bar- bara Sagebiel, Alice Sagebiel, Janice Kay Crawley, Mary Ann Bryant, Lynne Addington, Jamie McKee, Bar- bara Leaton, 2nd ROW: Mr, Gould, Pat Shrauner, Edna Mae Guymon, Sharon Hitchcock, Janiese Martin, Dan Witcher, Sammie Gamble, Harlan Cooke, Alice Guymon, Pat Jacobs, Sharon Richterberg, June Pate, Mabel Jean Rives, Neva Smith, Barbara Barnes, 3rd ROW: Jim Toadvine, Abner Delay, Gilbert Rodriquez, Wesley Bressler, Bob Chaney, Don Brandner, Michael Cochran, Bill Riley, Alfred Bennett, Boyd Sherwood, Bob Sipes, Dickie Akers, John Smith, Rex Studebaker, Bob Walsh, Joe Rodriguez, Sponsored by DR, MCCREIGHT 33 GIRLS' TRIO MIXED QUARTET W-J -Q Q- I 4 7 C., W K -,.. " , Q C , nz S9 i WI, l LX , Y' 091: I Billie Raney, Janice Kay Crawley, Barbara Barnes. Janice Kay Crawley, Michael Cochran, Alfred Bennett, Barbara Barnes. SEXTET MIXED SEXTET 9 0 Q 425 9 u Y N 6 y 1 Q , I Y Y A l Pat Shrauner, Eleanor Shuss, Karen McClung, Lynne Add- Billie Raney, Janice Kay Crawley, Michael Cochran, ingron, June Pate, Mabel Jean lffives, Alfred Bennett, Barbara Barnes, June Pate, MDCED OCTET I I Y l - Edna Mae Guymon, Janice Kay Crawley, Sarnmie Gamble, Michael Cochran, Alfred Bennett, Bob Chaney, Barbara Barnes, Sharon Hitchcock, Sponsored by FAIRWAY FOOD STORE Harlan Cooke, Charla Childs, Verna Simmons, Pat Brown, Shirley Gray, Bob Swafford, Bob Sipes, and Sammie Gamble, enior Way ll ,r.i Fr Bill Riley, Donna Ketchum, Pat Shrau ner, Kay McCreight, Alfred Bennett, Margaret Denning, Alice Sagebiel, DEADLY EARNEST by Donald Payton Presented in the High School Gymnasium, April 9, 1954 under the direction of Mr. James Drake. .' ' '. "W v-Q ,,v.,"g '. 154' -' " ' ,1-L.,-f CAST Henry Gilcrest. . . Sammie Gamble Clarissa. . Kay McCreight Aunt Ethel . . . . . Pat Brown Ernestine . Donna Ketchum Margie . . . . Margie Denning Ernie .... . . Bob Sipes Pumpkin . . . Pat Shrauner Mr. Bumpus 5 . Bob Swafford Jill . . . Charla Childs Sleepy . . . . . Bill Riley Gladys . . . .Alice Sagebiel C. E. Grimm . . Harlan Cooke Aunt Stella . . Verna Simmons Dr. Earnest . Alfred Bennett Boyd Sherwood, Manager Kelvin Coen Don Fisher Eldon Reazin STAGE CREW Sharon Richterberg Lester Smith Neva Smith Rex Studebaker xc KL rs, 35 Sponsored by WATCH AND TOT SHOP ' 1 ,5- Q. lj, ig ' Stage Manager , Dr. Gibbs , , , Joe Crowell, Jr. , Howie Newsome . Mrs. Gibbs . . Mrs. Webb . . George Gibbs . Rebecca Gibbs . Wally Webb . . . Emily Webb .... Professor Willard Mr. Webb. . . f unior pdl? OUR TOWN A Pulitzer Prize play by Thornton Wilder Presented March 2. and March 19 under the 'dir- ection of Mr. James Drake. CAST Woman in the Balcony .... Tall man at back of auditorium . Lady in a box ....... Simon Stimson. . Mrs. Soames . . Constable Warren SiCrowe1l . . . Sam Craig . . Joe Stoddard , Michael Copeland , , Dan Witcher . . Jim Toadvine .Wesley Bressler , Alberta Morgan . Karen McC1ung . . . John Smith . Marilyn Walsh . .Jerry Perkins .Barbara Sagebiel Wayne Studebaker . . Abner Delay .Barbara Coultice . . .Mr. Drake ,Mary Ann Bryant Gilbert Rodriguez . .Eleanor Shuss . Joe Rodriguez , Jim Toadvine Michael Copeland , , , Mr. Drake 36 Sponsored by KEMP PRIEST SERVICE STATION MIGG LES A one-act play directed by Mr. Brandner and present- ed at Lakin in the Hi-Plains One-Act Play Festival. The Play received a III rating. CAST Miggles . . . Pat Shrauner Jim .... . Sammie Gamble Miss Carson . . . Edna Mae Guyrnon Yuba Bill . . . . Boyd Sherwood Dusty. . . . . .Bob Sipes Jean Simone . . . Barbara Sagebiel Mrs. McSnagley . . Kay McCreight Judge McSnag1ey . . . . Rex Studebaker Cellerstina McSnag1ey . . Charla Childs 37 Sponsored by DR, BUCKMASTER unior- enior anquef The Junior-Senior Banquet was held at 7:00 p.m., March 2.6, 1954, at the Red Wood Plaza Cafeteria in Liberal, Kansas. Barbara Sagebiel, Welcome John Smith, Toastmaster ' to Seruors. ., ', , a ,y I u. Eldon Reazin, Response to Dr. Drake, Speaker Welcome. 38 Sponsored by ROBERTSON'S GROCERY Barbara Barnes Girls' Quartet composed of Sammie Gamble singing "Morning. " Karen McClung, Barbara Bar.nes, playing "Stardust. " Mary Ann Bryant, and Eleanor Shuss singing "Just a Memory." Karen McClung and John Smith Mr and Mrs. Rodgers Mrs. Gould, Mrs. and Mr. Drake. Bob Sipes and Kay McCreight Charla Childs and Alfred Bennett Sponsored by ADDINGTON'S ELEVATOR 39 Alfred Bennett and Bob JUST ARRIVED Swafford Boyd Sherwood, Margie Den- ning, Sharon Richterberg, Verna Simmons . 1.5-'A f Sponsored by NUSSER BULK STATION enior rila fo fl M, . . W OPAC!!! 5 O r 1 . W. -- Y A YJ .Ee 'J' Hu, 'wi-fi . 'vw TT A 5' ,. H- ' My ,, W v M .' ,, V . ' cv me ,,, ' x - l ' , 'R Slave Quarter S enior rilo ew 01' eand X .. Mr. Neill and Sammie Gamble ready to leave. 'll 'lin 'Q On the road home Miss Carpenter 42 ClCCCL!ClU-feat? Methodist Church, Sunday, May 9, 1954 BACCALAUREATE Methodist Church Sunday, May 9, 1954 Processionalflf March from "Adia" ........ . .Verdi Stanley B. Gould, Music Director Invocation . .............. Rev. J. R. Gurtner Minister, Methodist Church Hymn. . . . "Come Thou Almighty King" . . . . Audience Led by Rev. Gurtner Scripture Reading .............. Phillipians II, 1-16 J. B. Herrington, Minister, Church of Christ "Cherubim Song" ........ Bortnyanski "Lea.d Me Lord" ....... Wesley Mixed Chorus directed by Mr. Gould Sermon . . .... "Making A Life" ....... Herrington Vocal Solo . "O Rest in the Lord" . . . Mendelssohn Janice Kay Crawley Benediction. . ......... .Rev. J. R. Gurtner Recessionalalf . . "Pomp 8: Circumstance". ..... Elgar Mr. Gould sponsored by GLEN K. GRIFFITH, D. D. s, 43 0l'l'll7l2l'lCel'l'lel'l! High School Gymnasium, Wednesday, May 12, 1954 COMMENCEMENT High School Gytmnasium Wednesday, May 21, 1954 Processional ..... "March Triumphant" ...... . Grieg "Three Gates of Gold" ...... Fraugkiser "Concrete Overture in A Minor ...... Issac , Elkhart High School Band, Directed by Stanley B. Gould Invocation . ............. . Gene Birney Minister Christian Church Vocal Solo "You'11 Never Walk Alone" ..... . Rogers Alfred Bennett Address . ......... "What Do You Know for Sure" Charlie W. Shedd, D. D. Minister, First Presbyterian Church Ponca City, Oklahoma Saxophone Quartette .... "Nocturne" ....... Mendelssohn Verna Simmons ...... Robert Swafford Patricia Shrauner ........ Richard Akers Presentation of Class .......... Supt. Daniel C. Brandner Superintendent of Schools Presentation of Diplomas ........... E. R. Herzberger Director, Board of Education "Now is the Hour" ........ Stewart Mixed Octet Benediction. . ........ . Gene Birney Recessional. . ."March Triumphant" . . . Grieg The Band 0l1'lI1'lel'lCel'n2l'lf EIGHTH GRADE COMMENCEMENT High School Gymnasium May 14. 1954 Processional . . March from "Aida" . . .... V erdi J une Pate Invocation ............... Rev. John R. Gurtner Minister, Methodist Church "Bells of St. Mary's" ........... . . . Adams "Sundown" .............. . Arr. Wilson Eight Grade Girls Chorus Directed by Stanley B. Gould, Director of Music Address ....... "Why Was I Born" ..... Mr. Gene Birney Minister, Christian Church "Beautiful Saviour" ......... ' Girls' Chorus Presentation of Valedictorian and Salutatorian Presentation of Diplomas ....... . Benediction. . . . ..... . . . Recessional. . March from "Aida" June Pate 45 , Arr. Treharne Supt. Daniel C. Brandner . Rev. John R. Gurtner . . . . . .Verdi EIGHTH GRADE COMMENCEMENT Eighth Grade Girls' Chorus High School Freshmen 46 N QM .SQAOOK gacu f ANNA MAE CHILDS Third Grade Western State College Gunnison, Colorado NORA L. JOHNSON Fifth Grade B.S. Degree Northeastern State College Tahlequah, Oklahoma Graduate Work Northeastern State College Tahlequah, Oklahoma CLAYTON L. MAJORS Principal and Sixth Grade B. S. Degree in Education Fort Hays Kansas State College Hays, Kansas M. A. Degree in Elementary Education Colorado State College of Education Greeley, Colorado K5 in .. . P. 'r ELGY SMITH First and Second Grades Panhandle A. 8: M. College Goodwell, Oklahoma IO ANNA SOUPISET Fourth Grade B.S. Degree North Texas State College Denton, Texas EULOUISE SPIESS First Grade West Texas State College IVA LEE STEVENS Second Grade Panhandle A. 8: M. College Goodwell, Oklahoma FIRST GRADE ,ga L., FRONT ROW: Barbara Winebaugh, Judith Stewart, Arthur Studebaker, Geneva Day, Patricia Mahaffey, Danny Ridge, Mark Hibbert, Craig Murray, Jane Carlile, Susan Burket, BACK ROW: Nancy Landrum, Carol Ross, Ardith Nusser, Clyde Stoops, Jerry Gose, Cathy Griffith, Sliadley Smith, Junior Sliuss, Cyn tliia Nusser, Agnes Forbes, Mrs, Sutton, SECOND GRADE Z FIRST ROW: Maxine Warner, Max Walsh, Roger Vandervort, Leonard Guymon, Craig Williams, Robert Clinkingbeard, Shirley Dye, Michaila Buckrnaster, SECOND ROW: Donald Soupiset, Charles Rodriguez, Sharla Elder, Susan Ryman, Wayne Hartley, Anita Little, Ruthanne McKellips, Ernest Barnes, Robert Senn, THIRD ROW: Billy Studebaker, Sandy Raney, Deborah Lockhart, Robert Weeks, Billy Griffith, Barbara Taylor, Gary Ferguson, Glenda Smith, Mrs, Stevens, Sponsor by TRI-STATE CHEVROLET l FIRST AND SECOND GRADES -1 FIRST ROW: Steven Williams, lg Glennis Riley, lg Raymond Duncan, lg Norma Jean McKellips, lg Charles Howell, lg R, H, Young, Jr, , lp Bonnie Shackelford, 1, SECOND ROW: Yvonne Turner, 2, Ronnie Soupi- set, 25 Myrletta Chesnut, 2, Lois Henry, 2, Mike Thomas, 23 Sandra Brown, lg Marcia Goen, 1, THIRD ROW: Larry Lybarger, 25 Patsy Talbott, 2g Eric Perkins, 25 Rexanna Moore, lg Jerry Lambert, 2g Linda Cavender, lg Jimmy Anderson, lg Mike Smith, lg Mrs, Elgy Smith, THIRD GRADE FIRST ROW: Joseph Forbes, Linda Goodwin, -Lana Mobray, Jimmy McGowen, Jimmy Graybill, Shirley. Winebaugh, Judith Davis, Peggy Dye, SECOND ROW: Michael Shane, Raulie Rodriguez, Harold Terry, Glenn Day, Micky Walsh, Geri Snyder, Cinda Crawley, Terry Anderson, Ronnie Turner, Mrs, Anna Mae Childs. THIRD ROW: Sharla Murray, Gary La Rue, Carmen Landrun, Harold Allen Stoops, Dannie Nel- son, Alice Cavender, Lois Sipes, Freddie Haskins, Donnie Grasz, Sponsored by ELKHART TELEPHONE COMPANY FOURTH GRADE FIRST ROW: La Jean Stewart, Sally Sutton, Eugene Adams, Stanley Wellborn, Mary Ellen Carter, Danny Clinkingbeard, Gerald Howell, Carol Taylor, Janet Sipes, SECOND ROW: Leonard Henry, Dwight Mc- Crary, Shirley Hartley, Carolyn Horn, Sandra Seymour, Nancy Horton, Jeanette Smith, Peggy Grasz, Carol Fairchild. THIRD ROW: John Keepers, Bobby Johnson, Vicki Thompson, Janice Raney, Vicki Hig- gins, Nancy Graybill, Sue Petit, Rickie Herzberger, Gary Little. FIFTH GRADE FIRST ROW: June Thacker, Lavina Gillespie, Walter Talbert, Danny Talbert, Evelyn Studebaker, De- anna Morgan, Douglas Vrindervort, Archie Day. SECOND ROW: Mrs, Johnson, Ardith Kelly, Howard McGowen, Barbara Carr, David Dickie, James Burr, Larry Thompson, Charles Burket, Thomas Getz, Roger Moore, Ciana Buckmaster, Glenda Griffith, THIRD ROW: Keith Whisenand, Lydon Griffith, Sue McKee, Karen Riley, Danny Lockhart, Louise Wiley, Reba Shaver, Gary Thompson, Bobby Petit, Kenneth Lawrence, David Rodriguez, 50 SIXTH GRADE CO .Q FIRST ROW: Betty Moore, Dora Lou Osborn, Nancy Sue Howell, Hencil Guymon, Marsha Daniels, Myrna Talbott, Michael Bloodhart, Jerry Akers, Douglas Sherwood, Marilyn LaRue, SECOND ROW: Neva Smith Mary Winebaugh, Karen Boaldin, Ethel Hartley, Karen Robertson, William Jacobs, Ivan Sipes, Denver Buck, Gary Higgins. THIRD ROW: Clayton L. Majors, Linda Thompson, Wilma Gibbons, Sharon Neill, Karen Little, Connie Kallaus, Emma Talbert, Thomas Gillespie, Jesse Salley, James Day, BEGINNERS' BAND FIRST ROW: Betty Moore, John Keepers, Larry Thompson, Ricky Herzberger, Denver Buck, Donny Clinkin beard, Michael Bloodhart, Neva Smith, 2nd ROW: Doralou Osborn, Jessie Salley, David Dickey, Jerry Akers, Gary Higgins, Evelyn Studebaker, Vicki Higgins, Arditli Kelly, Linda Thompson, Vicki Thompson Sharon Neill, 3rd ROW: Stanley Wellborn, Dwight McCrary, Gray Thompson, Marsha Daniels, Roger Moore, Jimmy Burr, Howard McGallen, Ivan Sipes, Karen Boaldin, Ciana Buckmaster, Corky Guymon, Ijavina Gillespie, Sally Sutton, Karen Robertson, NOT PICTURED: Jean Jones, Melinda Bloodhart, Mary Winebaugh. ELKHART GRADE SCHOOL L 'M' Ji GRADE SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL as s 1 D FIRST ROW: Jesse Salley, Shirley Hartley, Denver Buck, Michael Bloodhart, Ivan Sipes, Gary Higgins, Douglas Sherwood, SECOND ROW: Eugene Adams, Dwight McCrary, Jerry Akers, Thomas Gillespie, James Day, Hencil Guymon, Stanley Wellborn. "A"1 fi. 'Q if L L , I ,Q ,yas LL e el' 3 5 2 G EORGE F ARRINGTON X . . ..1..1,.ff.-...17f. . -f1.- 'vf'?1.T-N 5-' :'. V -'.'.j ,' . Y- A Hag, "xii 151. .' ..,- I will M -'Q .ll--rf.. . V -'zu . gg.:-5 V -ge, 1.f ." 13,1 Ting, .' ,wi 1 ' E:vv'7L'- ' .-.TQ-A 11.1 .vs . .1 .1 ,.. . 11 f11,J,.f,- 1 QV X --fffiig ' l .'1"3 VF . 'nf " . Qi 4. 1 aw '.-J ...-1, .:-4. M. ' .1'5".'1J?' f J. " -,. .4 .. V.,-1 . ' 'Aff Q 1 F. ,f. --.,:1 3,34 .Q .. Q- : ut". as. 11.1 mg..-. JST.. V-Til -'e fi! '. '.1Q.9":. F'1pv'1 ' 1 4 eqwgf--.nz-AL --r -1. mg., . X .v . 'fr . ,' ."!'J . - -aw' 'v ,.,.. .If,,fQ., 1 ., 1 mg -.- ,L .1. 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