Elkhart High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Elkhart, KS)
- Class of 1955
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Her strength has made us strong.
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Her honor has compelled our honesty.
Her devotion has inspired our devotion.
Strength, confidence, honor, devotion.
These things she gave to us.
These things we take with us, and so
Orpha E. Smith
A teacher who has truly dedicated herself,
We proudly dedicate the 1955 Wildcat.
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Home Arts and Library, B. A. in Home Economics,
Peru State Teachers College, Peru, Nebraska, M.A,
in Home Economics, Colorado State College of
Education, Greeley, Colorado.
CHARLES H. GARTEN
Coach, Physical Education, History, B. S. in Education,
Central State College, Edmond, Oklahoma, Graduate
Work, Denver University, Denver, Colorado.
ORPAH E. SMITH
Commerce, B,A, in English, Panhandle A. 8: M,
College, Goodwell, Oklahoma.
Shop and Agriculture, B. A. in Agriculture, Panhandle
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Oklahoma A. 8: M., Stillwater, Oklahoma.
JACK L. VORE
Chemistry and Science, B. A. in Math, B. S. in Sci-
ence, Northwestern College, Alva, Oklahoma,
Anderson College, Anderson, Indiana.
HARRY A. VETTER
Mathematics, A. B. in Math, Northwestem College,
Alva, Oklahoma, Southwestern College, Weather-
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of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma.
CLARENCE F. NEWMAN
Social Science, A. B. Social Science, Southwestern
College, Winfield, Kansas, M. S. in Education,
Emporia State Teacher College, Emporia, Kansas,
Graduate Work, University of Wichita, Wichita,
Kansas, Kansas State College, Manhattan, Kansas.
WAYNE J. STUART
English and Spanish, B. S. in Education, Phillips
University, Enid, Oklahoma, Graduate Work,
Phillips University, Enid, Oklahoma.
WILLIAM F. CARTER .
Band and Music, B. M.E., Tulsa, Oklahoma,
Kansas State Teacher College, Emporia, Kansas.
Office and Shorthand, 8.5. in Education, Central
State College, Edmond, Oklahoma.
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We the Sen1or Class of 1955 mn the County of Morton State of Kansas berng
sound mmd and body hereby revoklng all former W11lS and testamentary lnstruments
of every k1nd do hereby declare th1s to be our last w1ll and testament of Elkhart
F1rst After the payment of our just debts and expenses we g1ve bequeath and
dev1se our pos1t1on 1n Soc1ety to next years Semor Class
Second The members of the Sen1or Class w1ll the followmg propert1es to the
Barbara Barnes W1lls her typmg ab1l1ty to Gene Cooper
Wesley Bressler leaves h1s speed records to Howard Weatherford
Mary Ann Bryant doesn't leave anythlng she's scottlsh
Dave Coll1ns wxlls h1s ab1l1t to argue for Chevrolets to J W Pr1est st1ck up for
them J W there are a lot o Ford men 1n town
Barbara Coult1ce w1lls her qulet nature to George H1nch
Abner Delay w1lls h1s tatoo w1th the except1on of Jan1ese's name to D1ck Akers
Bonn1e Glover w1lls her red ha1r and ab1l1ty to catch a man to Jo Ann McCrea
Barbara Leaton wllls her s1ng1ng ab1l1ty to Jan1ce Kay Crawley
Jamese Martln leaves her good sense of humor to Carolyn Ketchum
Karen McClung wllls her h1gh Jumplng sklll to Jack Tuman
Edna Mae M1ller leaves her ab1l1ty to yell loudest at ball games to Martha Craver
W1ley Osborn w1lls h1s ab1l1ty to get h1s lessons at the last mxnute to anyone that
Gxlbert Rodr1guez leaves h1s ab1l1ty to stay away from g1rls to Kenny M1tchel1
Joe Rodnguez says 1f they'll just let h1m out of school he'll leave anythmg
Barbara Sageb1el w1lls her ab1l1ty to become engaged to Joyce Boaldm
John Sm1th leaves h1s Job as Annual Ed1tor and Senlor Class Pres1dent to any nut
who has plenty of 1ron nerves
Wayne Studebaker w1lls h1s ab1l1ty to make rotten egg gas to any next years chem
rstry student who 1S w1ll1ng to run the r1sk
Marllyn Walsh w1lls her ab1l1tv to get along wlth the teachers to Byron Johnson
Dan W1tcher leaves h1s football su1t to Jmm Toadv1ne keep grow1ng J1m you'll
make lt yet
Alberta Morgan leaves her poor degenerated fountam pen to any of M1ss Stearn's
future shorthand students
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Valedictorian, All-Round Boy 4,
Major Plays 3, 4, Glee Club 3,
Mixed Chorus 3, Football 1, 2, 3,
4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1,
2, 3, Boys State 3, Citizenship
Award 3, Class Officer 2, 3, 4,
Annual Staff 4, V,F,W, Award
3rd, Place, 2nd, Place in Indus-
trial Arts Contest at Goodwell,
National Honor Society 3, 4.
'SQ A ,A Salutatorian, Citizenship Award 4,
National Honor Society 4, Major
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, Officer 1, 2, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
'N ,I Annual Staff 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4,
E-ff' Basketball 2, 3, 4, All Conference
l Guard in Football 3, 4, 3rd, Place
Q in Spanish at Emporia Contest.
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, aa- -. aj Class Officer 4, Major Plays 3, 4,
, ' Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
V1ce'P'es1dem Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1,
3, 4, Queen Attendant 4, Annual
BARBARA ANN BARNES
Citizenship Award 4, Major Plays
3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Mixed Chor-
us 1, 3, 4, V, F, W, Award 2nd, Plac
Officer Pep Club 4, Class Officer
1, 2, 3, 4.
WAYNE E. STUDEBAKER
National Honor Society 4, Major
Plays 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football
1, 2, Basketball 2, Track 2, 3, Ann
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Place, Class Officer 2, 4.
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Honorable Mention in Book-
keeping in Emporia Contest,
Major Plays 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4,
Football 2, 4, Basketball l, 2:
Class Officer 1.
Major Plays 3, 4, Glee Club
3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3,4g Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2,
Track 1, 2, 3, Class Officer 3,
All Conference in Football 4,
Shop Contest as Goodwell lst.
NORMAN S IMPLEMENT and
National Honor Society 4,
Pep Club 4, Glee Club 4,
Mixed Chorus 4, First place
in Shorthand at Goodwell
Contest, Second place in
Typing ll in Emporia State
Teachers' College Scholarship
Major Plays 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Class Off-
National Honor Society 4,
Major Plays 4, Band 1, 2, 3,
4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1,
2, 3, 4, Class Officer 3, 4,
Queen Attendant 3, Annual
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Major Plays 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, L
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Major Plays 3, 4, Pep Club 1,
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Major Plays 3, 4, Glee Club
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Officer 1, All Conference in
Football 4, Athletic Award 4.
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The Student Council, the student body policy-making group
has a representative form of organization. Each of the Senior
High classes elects one boy and one girl to represent their class
and one student is elected from each ofthe Junior High classes.
The Council sponsors student elections, the all-school
parties, student assemblies and awarding of honors.
The largest project of the Student Council this year was the
sponsoring of Homecoming Week.
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'vice President and Karen McClunO is Secretary Treasurer
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Twirlers fleft to rightl Georgia Srttith, Linda McClung, Shirley Adams, Drurn Majoretteg Barbara Sagebiel
FIRST ROW: Mike Cochran, Jack Salmon, Dick Akers, Jim Toadvine, 'Wayne Studebaker, George Dickey,
Eana Mae Miller, SECOND ROW: Barbara Barnes, 'Yerlee Mobray, Allan .Toe Bennett, Larry Green, Xletis
Rt-llex, Janiese Martin, Karen McClung. THIRD RO'-V: Mabel ,kan Rives, Robert Bressler, Mlph stude-
Faktr, Jo Ann MeCrea, Glenda Easley, Carolyn Xftchxiiti, Jax-cc Fate, FOURTH ROMI June Pate, Karen
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Patsy Rrley Barbara Leaton Barbara Barnes Verlee Mobray Karen McClung, Helen Reazm, Sue
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The W1ldcats opened thexr l954 football Season at 3pr1ngf1eld
Colorado The game was very exc1t1ng w1th the W1ldcats commg
from behlnd tw1ce to w1n Z0 9 Jlm Sageb1el opened the scormg
by takxng a 35 yard pass from Mxke Cochran and crossmg the
goal lme Dan Wltcher scored a 5 yard u and M ke ocnran
ended the scorlng w1th a 45 yard burst up the m1ddle
The W1ldcats opened at home thelr next game aga1nstSatanta
and won a hard fought battle IZ O After a scoreless f1rst half
the W1ldcats broke the 1ce on a 12 yard pass Cochran to Sage
b1el Late IH the f1nal per1od Jlm R1ley romped over from the
10 yard l1ne to f1n1sh the scorlng
The W1ldcats moved on to Sublette and were downed 28 7 1n
hard fought game that saw the Cochran to Sageb1el combmatmon
cl1ck aga1n for our only score The W1ldcats returned to the1r
home f1eld where they met the Texhoma Red Dev11s and were
beaten l9 7 Jlm R1ley Scored the only touchdown on a 10 yard
burst off tackle
The game w1th Plams had one of the w1ldestf1n1shes seen mn
Elkhart for years Although Plamns won 1D the last seconds of the
game the W1ldcats were 1n the game all the way and except for a
couple of bad breaks would have won Cochran opened the scor
mg on the f1rst play that the W1ldcats ran by takmg a pass from
Wxtcher and scamper1ng 80 yards for the fxrst score Late mn the
3rd quarter after a 45 yard dr1ve Wltcher slashed off tackle or
8 yards and the touchdown Wxth Z mlnutes to go 1n the game and
the W1ldcats 6 po1nts behlnd Cochran took the k1ckoff on h1s own
8 yard lxne and traveled 94 yards to score That t1ed the score
and seconds later Pla1ns scored aga1n to beat us
The game w1th Lakm was a very frustratmg game as the
W1ldcats had 2 touchdowns called back because of penalt1es and
the game ended 1n a 6 6 t1e W1tcher scored on a 3 yard plunge
The Wxlcats played Johnson on the1r fleld and af er fumblmg
and drawmo penaltles the f1rst half of the game they settled down
to beat Johnson 26 13 W1tcher scored 2 touchdowns on a 3 yard
plunge and a 50 yard screen pass play Cochran scored the fznal
two touchdowns on a couple of 10 yard end runs
The Beaver Dusters came to the W1ldcat's f1eld and after a
rnxghty b1g scare emerged a Z8 13 vrctor The W1ldcats scored
f1rst on a 64 yard punt return by Cochran and late
10d W1tcher took a screen pass from Cochran
and slashed 46 yards for the T D Beaver
scored Z touchdowns 1n the last quarter to
pull out the w1n
A very rough game was on tap w1th Bolse
Cxty as the W1ldcats ga1ned another t1e 7 7
The only W1ldcat score was a Z yard plunge
The fxnal game wxth Hugoton was a thrxl
ler as the Eagles came out on top of a 20 Z6
battle Dan Wltcher capped a brlllxant sen1or
season by scormg all 3 W1ldcat touchdowns
A number of boys other than the above
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SECOND ROW: Jerry Perkins, Kenneth Mitchell, Darrell Reazin, Dick Akers, Fred Craig, Gilbert Rodriguez, Bob Boaldin,
Abner Delay, Larry Coen, Wiley Osbom, Jim Riley, Jim Toadvine, Larry Gillespie. THIRD ROW: Assistant Coachg Jack L.
Vore, Jack Salmon, Milford Rankin, Gene Cooper, Dan Witcher, Lane Turner, Mike Cochran, Buddy Brown, George Hinch,
Jack Tuman, Jim Sagebiel, John Smith, Coach, Charles Garten.
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K-State and Coach Garten
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The W1ldcats started the season off on the r1ght foot by dumplng Walsh
46 31 They dropped the1r next two games to Moscow and Plams They
bounced back to defeat Yarbrough 43 42 after tra1l1ng by twenty po1nts
at one tlme ln the game They traveled on to Syracuse where they won
thexr th1rd game 54 46 That was the last v1ctory for the W1ldcats
The rest of the games were well played but the Wxldcats just couldn
get the range After lead1ng Satanta nearly all the game the lnd1ans
scored several pomts 1n the last few mmutes to defeat the Wmldcats by
two pomts That was typ1cal of a lot of the games
M1ke Cochran was the lead1ng scorer for the W1ldcats th1s season
Mlke Cochran Dan V111tcher Jack Tuman Darrell Reazln D1ck
Akers J1m Sageb1el George D1ckey and Bob Boaldln all played out
stand1ng ball for the W11dcats th1s year Only one player w1ll be lost
from the squad that be1ng semor Dan W1tcher
Next years team w1ll have the benef1t of th1S years exper1ence and
they w1ll have depth W1th the depth and exper1ence the W1ldcats should
have a very f1ne season next year
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FIRST ROW fleft to rrghtj Douglas Sherwood Mrchael Bloodhart Jake Graybrll Gary I-Irgglns Jerry Akers
Corky Guymon bECOND ROW Ivan Srpes Butch HltChCOCk Robert Bressler Glen Horton Allen Joe Bennett,
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Dall W1tcher 1n add1t1on to runnmg 1n the relays always placed 1n
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Ph11 M1ller ran the low hurdles the 880 yard run and the quarter
m1le 1n the medley relay
George D1ckey placed th1rd 1n the pole vault1n the league meet and
ran 1n the m1le relay
Cnlbert Rodriguez ran 111 the m1le relay
.T W Pr1est ran 1D the m1le relay along W1th Kenneth Turner
JIITI Sageblel Lane Turner and Bob Boaldm m1ssed most of the
season w1th 1nJur1es Thay all ran the 440 and 22,0
.lack Salmon as a bophomore made a f1ne ShOW1Hg IU the 5avel1n
W1ley Osborn made a f1ne show1ng 1n the 880 and medley relay
Cochran M1tc11c ll Osborn M1ller and Tuman represented Elk
l1art at the state track meet at Lawrence
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Mary Rodriguez is doing the
entertaining at a pep assembly.
Barbara Barnes, Karen Mc-
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Wes and Ab, the two darkies,
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This lady told us about Japan.
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THE SENIOR CLASS
OF ELKHART HIGH SCHOCDL
Presents Mildred Karen McClung
Joe Lanconi David Collins
Luigi Lanconi Gilbert Roclriqucz
Martha Lanroni Alberta Morgan
Lucifer Dan Witcher
Miss Akers Barbara Barnes
By George Flew Wayne Studebaker
Mrs. Schmaltz Janiese Martin
Donald Payton Dr. Brown Abner Delay
Mr. Black WVesley Bressler
Jake Wiley Osborn
Mrs. Frink Barbara Coultice
Stage Manager Joe Rodriquez
March ll, 1955 Difectol'
Mr. Kenneth Fowler
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Miss Virginia Stearns
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Mable Jean RIVGS Mrs Weatherburg
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Janlce Kay Crawley
Ern a Abbott
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boys puttlng on
June Pate Mrs Weatherburg's s1ster
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Edna Mae M1ller
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"By Honorable Vfisc Ones" Emperors Delight Cantonese Tea
On April 29th. the Seniors were the guests of the Juniors at the Junior-Senior Banquet.
The study hall was very attractively arranged. ln fact you would have thought that you were
anywhere except in the study hall. The snaps at the bottom of the page show how the study
hall was decorated. The Oriental theme was followed throughout.
The Master of Ceremonies for the event was George Hinch. Jim Toadvine gave the
Welcome and John Smith followed with the Response. Mabel Jean Rives gave a speech on
what the Senior Class had accomplished the past four years. Coach Charles Garten was
the main speaker for the evening. Mike Cochran, Jim Toadvine, Janice Kay Crawley, and
Billy Raney sang several songs. Linda McC1ung played Oriental music on the piano
throughout the evening.
Sponsored by KEMP-PRIEST OIL
Melinda Bloodhart and Stanley
Welborn doing one of their
These three young ladies
are doing a fine job of
Janice Kay and Mike doing
one of their skits.
Everyone had plenty to eat. Part of the boxes.
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Mattie and Mrs. Neill dishing out chow.
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Mrs. Vore feeding Mr. A couple of buddies.
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HIGH SCHOOL CYMNASIUM
sunday, May 15, 1955
8:00 P. M.
Processional? "Pomp and Circumstance" Elgar
June Pate and Linda MCClung
Invocation Rev. R. L. Wells
Hymn "Come Thou Almighty King" Audience
Led by Billy Floyd Carter
Come, Thou Almighty King
Help us Thy name to sing,
Help us to praise:
Father, all glorious,
O'er All Victorious,
Come, and reign over
Ancient of Days.
Come Holy Comforter
Thy Sacred witness beiar,
In this glad hour,
Thou who Almighty art,
Now rule in every heart,
And ne'er from us depart,
Spirit of Power.
Father Henry Balster,
Come Thou lncarnate Word,
Cvird on Thy mighty sword,
Our prayer attend:
Come, and Thy people bless
And give Thy word success:
Spirit of holiness,
On us descend.
To Thee, great One in Three
Eternal praises be,
Thy Sov'reign majesty,
Ma we in glory see,
And, to Eternity,
Love and adore.
Romans, I, 18-Z5
St. Joan of Arc Church
"Dear Land of Home" Sibelius
"Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee" Bach
Mixed Chorus directed by Mr. Carter
Sermon -- "Co-ordination Between Religion and Reason"
"From The Throne So High" Gluck
"The Year Will Soon Be Ended Schultz
Girls Glee Club directed by Mr. Carter
Benediction Rev. Wells
Recessionalff "Pomp and Circumstance" Elgar
June Pate and Linda McClung
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reate Sermon To the left IS Rev Wells
n or d b ELKHART INSURANCE AGENCY and to the fight is Mr' Brandner
UUMME UEME 'I'
HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM
Monday, May 16, 1955
8:15 P. M.
Processional "Coronation March" Skornicka
Elkhart High School Band
Billy Floyd Carter, Director
"The Golden Eagle" Walters
"Gypsy Baron" Strauss
Invocation Rev. Millard Carlton
Minister, First Baptist Church
"Ha1ls of Ivy" Arr. by Claude Williams
Address "If I Could Start Again"
Philip B. Gilliam
Judge, The Juvenile Court
Vocal Solo "I'll Walk With God" Brodszky
Presentation of Class Daniel C. Brandner
Superintendent of Schools
Presentation of Diplomas E, R. Herzberger
Board of Education
"Now is the Hour" Stewart
Benediction Rev. Carlton
Recessional "Coronation March" Skornicka
GRADE Cll00L CIIMME CEME 'l'
High School Gymnasium
Tllt'SLlilj', May lf, 1955
8:00 P. M.
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Elkhart Junior High Band
Billy Floyd L':ii'Ioi', Dlll2l'lUl'
lnvovation Rl-v. Millard Carlton
Minister, First Baptist Church
l,lilllO duet HCHIIIID of Glory' Holst
Michael Bloodhart and Denver Buck
Vowal trio "I Believe" Arr. by VVilson
Linda McClung, Glenda Easley and Carolyn Ketchum
Address "The Ladder of Life"
Rev. R. L. Wells,
Minister, Methodist Church
"Fairvst Lord Jesus" Unknown
Sixth Grade Chorus
Billy Floyd Carter, Director
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Superintendent of Schools
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Rf't'4'SSl0ll2ll:x "f7oi'oii:i1ion llarvlin Skoriiivka
The Junior High Band
" Remain Standing for Processional and Recessional
1 These Eighth Graders are about to become Freshmen.
AP 0F HIGH 0ll00L UIIMMENU MENT
The Seniors come marching in as George
Hinch and Erma Abbott lead the way.
The mixed chorus is singing at the
Mary Ann Bryant receiving her
diploma from Mr. Herzberger.
The band is playing for the Seniors
as they march in.
Judge Phillip B. Gilliam giving his ad
dress "Ifl Could Start Again."
The Seniors after receiving their
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FRONT ROW Qleft to rightj Sandra Crawford, Cherry Sue Wilkins, Linda Riggs, Pamala Orth,
Susan Higgins, Leona Carlile, Mary Ann Keepers, Phyllis Sipes, Joyce Smith, SECOND ROW:
Mike Swagerty, Roger Burns, Gary Gamand, Donny Yearby, Mike Crone, Teddy Gilbert, Gary
lockwood, Marvin Cooke, Bill Graybill, Kenneth Hunter, Scott Shrauner, Mrs. Elgy Smith.
FRONT ROW fleft to righty Ann Sipes, Linda Roelfsema, Gayle Harris, Alma Wiley, Lana White,
Dixie McCormack, Becky Ryman, Beverly Plummer, Madonna Moore. SECOND ROW: Mrs, Mary
Ruth Garten, Dwight Petit, James Ray Dabney, Wayman Earl Shackelford, Kenneth Horton, Kris
Arheart, Lane Mobray, Jimmy Vore, Deaune McCrary, Calvin Carlton, Mervil Bennett.
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FRONT ROW fleft to rightj Geneva Day, Kay Bauer, Carol Ross, Nancy Landrum, Cynthia Nusser,
Rexanna Moore, Susan Bennett, Shadley Smith, Sandra Brown, Norma McKe1lips, Susan Burket,
Janie Carlile, Vicke Roberts, Agnes Forbes, Karen Castor, Barbara Winebaugh. SECOND ROW: R,
H. Young, Charles Howell, Dennis Critser, Donald Morgan, Kyle Martin, Jerry Gose, Donald Petit,
Clyde Stoops, Gary Childs, Duane Harris, Gary Turner, Doyle Seymour, Mrs. Jo Anna Soupiset.
FRONT ROW Qleft to rightj Patsy Talbott, Maxine Warner, Jackie Vore, Eric Perkins, Alan Smith,
Roy Chandler, Bobby Clinkingbeard, Roger Vandervort. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Anna Mae Childs,
Larry Lybarger, Billy Studebaker, Rebecca Rutledge, Susan Ryman, Deanna Shrauner, Myrletta
Chestnut, Yvonne Turner, Sharla Elder, Sandra Moore, Sharon Garnand, Sandra Raney, Ernest
Craig Williams. THIRD ROW: Dean Talbert, Ronnie Soupiset. Johnnie Stubblefield, Mike Thomas
Johnnie Filonowich, Wayne Hartley, Marvin Smith, Leroy Wiley, Charles Rodriguez, Ernest
Bames, Billy Ray Griffith, Leonard Guymon.
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Griffith, Linda Hamilton, Anita Little, Ruthanne McKellips, Sandra Martin, Ardith Nusser, Glennis
Riley, Bonnie Shackclford. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Iva Lee Stevens, Steven Stewart, Steven Williams,
Paul Wade, Martin Farrington, Dennis Humphrey, Junior Shuss, Donald Soupiset, Gary Beasley, Jimmy
Anderson, Richard Bauer, Donald Lockwood, Craig Murray.
FRONT ROW Qleft to rightj Joe Forbes, Rosetta Farrington, Shirley Winebaugh, Lois Sipes Robbin
Ryman, Micky Walsh, Patricia Hands, Cindy Crawley, Linda Goodwin, Sharla Murray Lana
Mobray, Geri Snyder, Carmen Landrum, Raulie Rodriguez, Mr. Clayton Majors. SECOND ROW
Leon Ellis, Mike Shane, James Graybill, Morris Gillaspie, Harold Stoops, Harold Terry Don
Grasz, Tom Rutledge, Glen Day, Jerry Bellamy, Ronald Turner, Gary LaRue, Ken Stewart, Terry
Anderson, Gary Riley.
FRONT ROW fleft L0 rightj Melinda
Bloodhart, Lajean Stewart, Sally Sutton, Vicki Thompson, Sue
Petit, Shirley Lawrence, Glenda Hinsdale, Janet Sipes, Mrs. Nora Johnson. SECOND ROW: Stanley
Welborn, Dwight lvicCrary, Daniel Clinkingbeard, Gerald Howell, John Keepers, Edward Rankin,
Eugene Adams, Peggy Grasz, Carol Taylor. THIRD ROW: Jeanette Smith, Nancy Horton, Carolyn
Horn, Sandra Robertson, Sandra Seymore, Carol Fairchild, Vicki Higgins, Nancy Graybill, Richard
Herzberger, Gary Little.
FRONT ROW fleft to right J Douglas Vandervort, Scotty Talbert, Deanna Morgan, June Thacker,
Evelyn Studebaker, Lavina Gillespie, Archie Day, Mrs. Agnes Newman. SECOND ROW: Bobbie
Petit, Karen Riley, Reba Shaver, Glenda Griffith, Ardith Kelly, Ronald Chandler, Kenneth Law-
rence, Keith Whisenand, Danny Talbott, David Rodriguez, THIRD ROW: Sue McKee, Betty Hinsdale
Ciana Buckmaster, Catherine Potter, James fiirr, Virgil Beasley, David Dickey, Larry Thompson,
Charles Burker, Roger Moore, Gary Thompson.
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