Ellis High School - Railroader Yearbook (Ellis, KS)

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C' -1 ,SWK aim Memories, as numerous as the flakes of snow, shall not be trodden under the footsteps of time marching on but shall live in our minds as vividly as yesterday. In the hardships of life ahead, these carefree years at Ellis High School shall be remembered as the best years of our lives. For the student whose life was molded through these years, there will remain an indestructable fondness for these memories. It will always meanto him a time when he was accepted as an individual and given a chance to expand his talents and to form for himself a state of success. ,9"-'L W'-s 1959 Railroader Ellis Ihgh School Ellis, Kansas .+ FUN iw 5--X ' im FACULTY ADVISOR Mrs. Marilyn Wallace- Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Janice Pinney ASSISTANT EDITOR Zelda Colborg BUSINESS MANAGER Dixie Fuller ADVERTISING MANAGER Sharon Henderson ASSISTANTS Carole Baugher Donald Augustine COPY EDITOR Pat Niermberger CIRCULATION MANAGERS Dean Denning Dennis Kinderknecht SPORTS EDITORS Gilbert Brungardt Kenny Haas SOCIETY EDITORS Norman Dreher Carrie Weigel MUSIC EDITOR Steve Wolf PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR Gary Kroeger ACTIVITIES EDITORS Diana Luea Mary Louise Romey Sondra Smith Carol Weber TYPISTS Rose Mary Rupp Beverly Schumm 2 The Rallroader Sponsored by the Journalism Class Ellis High School Ellis Kansas Table FACULTY . . GRADUATES UNDERGRADS ACTIVITIES SPORTS . O xgx s +4 x"1lPek'k ff Ji 59 School Board LEFT TO RIGHT: Alice Balcombe, Clerk: Ernest Armbruster, Treasurer: Dr. G. A. Surface, Director Paul Augustine and Philip Nicholson, Board Members. DERBY SERVICE STATION 1 EDGAR FITZGERALD Superintendent GOLDEN BELT CO-OP ASSN. INC. GEORGE BRAY Principal We are Celebrating our Sixtieth Anniversary this year. During our sixty years of banking service in this community, we have helped many young farmers and business men get started in their careers. All of us from the Ellis State Bank are anxious to know the young people of the Ellis Community and we are interested in your activities and in your problems. JAMES MARTIN: Wood- working, Driver Training. ROBERT SCHNEIDER: Vocational Agriculture. ALICE BALCOMBE: 7th 8: 8th Mathematics, Latin I Ka II. ARLIN MILLS: Math- ematics, Science. DEROY ROGGE: Band, Chorus, 7th 8: Sth Music. We hope that when you are in need of financial advice, you will come to us, whether you want a safe place to place your earnings where they will earn a good guaranteed rate of interest to open a checking account, or to get financial information. Remember you are always welcome at the friendly Ellis State Bank, Insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. LOIS CUMMINGS: Typing I Rn II, Shorthand, Book- keeping. JANE DUNHAM: Home Economics, Family Living. HELEN GURTLER: Eng- lish, Punctuation, Spelling. ROBERT PHILLIPS: Speech, English, Litera- ture. LORA LONG: English, Reading, Grammar. CLIFFORD STANSBURY: Football, Physical Educa- tion. LEW HITCH: Basketball, Physical Education, Bio- logy. MARILYN WALLACE: Constitution, American History, Journalism. LEROY HIPKINS: Social Science, Student Adviser. Other Emplo ees ll COOKS CUSTODIAN Mary Kelsch, Wilma Schumacher, Lucille O'Rourke Bob Homler, Blair Furbeck SECRETARY BUS DRIVERS Mrs. Marge Wiesner F. Augustine, R, Shubert, R, Eaton, L. Shubert VICTOR HUBBS NICHOLSON BROTHERS Farm Loans - Oil Leases - Insurance Lumber - Building Material - Coal Real Estate f P fm it fx WN V! Q ALTHEA NELSON Class Secretary St Treasurer 1, 2, Class President 3, 4, Student Council 1--Y-Teens Representative, Junior Play, Senior Play, Speech Contest 1, 2, 3, Junior Y-Teen President 1, Y- Teens 2"', 3"', Kayettes 4"', Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 8, Treasurer 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4"', Pep Band 1, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, Orange and Black Chorale 2, 3, 4, Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Snowball Attendant 3, Twirp Week Attendant 1, Snowball Server, Prom Server, Girls" State, Leadership Award 3, D. A, R, Scholarship 4, Gymnastics Award 3, Champion Girls' Volleyball Team 3, League Scholarship Tests, Honorable mention, plane geometry 2, Englush 3. JEAN ZIMMERMAN Class Vice-President 4, Class Student Council Representative 2, Junior Play, Senior Play, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Kayettes 4", Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Cheerleader 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Orange and Black Chorale 4, Music Contest 4, Snowball Server, Prom Server, Gymnastics Award 3, Intramural Basketball 2, Volleyball 4, Champion JOAN ERBERT Class Secretary 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Kayettes Treasurer 4, Pep Club 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Orange and Black Chorale 2, 3, 4, Music Contest 3, Homecoming Attendant 4, Office Assistant 4, Typing Award 3, Reading Award 2, 3, Vocabulary Test Award 3, Gymnastics Award 2, 3, ChampionGirls' Volleyball 3, Intramural Basketball 3. Girls' Volleyball 3. JANIC E PINNEY Class Treasurer 3 , 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Speech Contest 1, Y-Teens 1"', 2, 3', Kayettes 41, Pep Club 1, 3, 4, Yearbook Editor 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pell Band 1, 2, 3,4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorusxl, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Orange and Black Chorale 4, Music Contest 4, Snowball Server, Office Assistant 4, Library Assistant 4, KU Leadership Day 4, Reading Award 2, 3, Vocabulary Test Award 3, League Scholarship Tests, Honorable mention, English 2, 3. LEROY GNAD Class Student Council Representative 43 Junior Play: Senior PlaygSpeech Contest 45 Kays President 4, E-club 35 Boys' Chorus 3, 43 Orange and Black Chorale 4: Football 2, 3"', 4",g Basketball Manager 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 4g Play Oscar 3, 2. X DICK SC HUSTER Class Student Council Representative 45 E-club Student Council Representative 3: Senior Playg Kays 49 E-club 2, 3"'g Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Orange and Black Chorale 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2', 3"', 4"': Basketball 1, 2, 3", Mg Track 1, 21", 31", 4"'g Prom Server. GARY KROEGER Class Student Council Representative 4g Junior Play, Senior Play, Kays 4'g E- Club 23 Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4g Boys' Chorus 3, Football Manager 2, Basketball 1, Intramural Basketball3. JANE DUNHAM, Sponsor F. A. FITZGERALD, Sponsor SHIE LA KAY AUGUSTINE Junior Playg Senior Playg Y-Teens lg Kayettes 4g Pep Club 3, 49 Gir1s'Chorus 3, 45 Mixed Chorus lg Betty Crocker Homemaking Award 45 League Scholar- ship Tests, Honorable Mention in Sewing and Cooking 3. ROBERT PHILLIPS, Sponsor F, F: A. DAVID ARMBRISTER 1, 2, 3, 4. Dropped out at semester due to illness. DONALD AUGUSTINE Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Kays 4, F, F. A. 1, 2, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4. GERALD BOOS CAROLE BAUGHER St. Mary's at Dodge City Transfer 3 Y-Teens 3, Kayettes 4, YearbookStaff4 Newspaper Staff 4, Girls' Chorus 3, 4 Z EDLA COLBORG Senior Play, Y-Teens lt, 2, 3, Kayettes 4", Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary Sz Treasurer 4, Yearbook Assistant Editor 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, Orange and Black 2, 3, 4, Music Contest 4, Homecoming Attendant 4, Office Assistant 4, Typing Award 3, Reading Award 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 2, Intramural Basketball l,2, GILBERT BRUNGARDT Yearbook Staff 4g Newspaper Staff 4, Kays 4, E-Club 3, Football 1, 2, Zi", 4"g Basketball 1, 2, 3"', 4"g Track 1, 2, St, 4"g Homecoming Attendant 4. NORMAN DREHER Yearbook Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 4, Kays 4, E-club 3, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, Football 311, 4'g Track 3. Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Kayettes 45 Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Band 1: Pep Band lg Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4. i I EDNA ENGEL Great Bend Transfer 2, Kayettes 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4g Music Contest 4, Twirp Week Attendant 2, Prom Server. DIXIE FULLER HENRY FISCHER Class Vice-President 15 KENNETH HAAS Yearbook Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Ka s 4 E Club 3 Football 1 2 341 Y S ' 2 , , 4'5 Basketball 1, 2, 33", 4'5 Track 1 35 Homecoming Attendant 4, F. F. A, 1, 2', 3, 45 President 3, Football 1, 2, 31, 4'5 Basketball Track 15 Intramural Basketball 1, E-Club 35 4 1: 2. JO ANN GABEL Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. HELEN GROFF Senior Playg Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,5 Pep Club 1, 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. DAVID HURT Class Vice-President 2g Class Student Council Representative 33 Student Council Vice-President 4, Junior Playg Senior Play Student Directorg Kays Vice-President 4g E-Club 1, 2, 39 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4gMixedChorus 1: Orange and Black Chorale 2, 3, 43 Music Contest 2, 45 Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2', 31", 4M Track 1, 21, 342 4"g Prom Server, Boys' State, Intramural Ping-Pong 3. SHARON HENDERSON Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Kayettes 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 49 DENNIS KINDERKNEC HT Junior Play Student Director: Kay 44 Band lg Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Basket- ball 15 Intramural Volleyball 35 Rifle Club 1, 2. Newspaper Staff 4. MARY JANE LANG Y-Teens lg Kayettes 4, Mixed Chorus 1 Office Assistant 4. GRANT MERRITT Class President 1, 2, Class Student Council Representative 3, Student Council President 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Speech Contest 4, Kays 4"', E- Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Orange and Black Chorale 2, 3, 4, Music Contest 3, 4, Football 1, 2"', 3", 4"', Basketball 1, 2, 3"', 4', Track 1, 2", St, 4', Prom Server, Boys' State, Leadership Award 3, Play Oscar 3, Rifle Club 1. DIANA LUEA Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Assistant Editor, Editor 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1. FRANCIS MESERVE Junior Play, Senior Play,Kays 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4", Play Oscar 3. PATRICIA NIERNBERGER Y-Teens l,' 2, 3, Kayettes 4, Pep Club 1, 3, 4, YearbookStaff4, Newspaper Staff 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,4,MixedChorus 1, Music Contest 4. Y-Teens 1, Kayettes 4, Pep Club 3, 4. TERRY MIXER 2 . 3. GERALD PTASCHEK Kays 49 Boys' Chorus 3g Track 1, 29 Intramural Basketball 19 Intramural Volleyball 3. Transfer Ellis to Salt Lake City 39 Salt Lake City to Ellis 49 Speech Con- test 1,-21 Band 1, 2, 39 Boys' Chorus MARY LOUISE ROMEY Y-Teens 1, 2, 39 Kayettes 49 Yearbook Staff 49 Newspaper Staff 49Girls'Chorus 2, 3, 4. ROSE MARY RUPP Kayette Student Council Representative 49 Yearbook Staff 49 Newspaper Staff 49 Y-Teens 1, 2, 39 Kayettes 4"9 Pep Club 3, 49 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 19 1ntramlu'al Basketball 3. 2, Track 1, 3, 4. JOSEPH RIEDEL Class Student Council Representative 3, 4, Kays 4, E-Club 2, 3, Football 1, 2', 3", 4", Track 1, 2, 3", 4"f, Homecoming King 4, Intramural Basketball 2, Chosen for the Northwestern All-star team. LAWRENCE PTASCHEK Kays 4, Boys' Chorus 3, Football 1, BEVERLY SCHUMM Class Vice-President 3, Senior Play Prompter, Y-Teens 1', 2", 3", Kayette Vice-President 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Editor 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, Drum Major 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Orange and Black Chorale 2, 3, 4, Music Contest 3, 4, Office Assistant 4, Reading Award 2, 3, Gymnastics 2, Intramural 2, 3, Snow- ball Service. 1 SONDRA SMITH Class Student Council Representative 2, Studeent Council Secretary Sz Treasurer 4, Junior Play, Senior Play and Co- Student Director, Speech Contest 2, Y- Teens li, 2', Ii", Secretary 2, Kayette President 4, Pep Club l, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,MixedChorus1, Orange and Black Chorale 2, 3, 4, Music Contest 3, 4, Snowball Queen 3, Girls' State. BILLY SULLIVAN ROBERT WEBER Senior Play5 Kays 45 E-Club 2, 35 Boys' Chorus 35 Orange and Black Chorale 35 Football 3', 41"5 Basketball 315 Track Enlisted in the Navy at semester. CAROL WEBER Y-Teen Student Council Representative 35 Pep Club Student CouncilRepresenta- tive 45 Junior Playg Senior Play5 Speech Contest 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3"'5 Kayettes 4"5 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 15 Orange and Black Chorale 2, 3,45 Kayette Christmas Dance Queen 45 Intramural Volleyball 4. 2"',3"',4"'. CARO LYN WEIGEL Victoria Transfer 35 Y-Teens 35 Kayettes 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 4. J CHARLES WEIGEL F. F. A. 1, 2, 3,4. , ,V A ' , ,fini Q ,Nl , ,wr Wm' ws Q1 ?,s.t,Qi3z" ml, 5, Q, ,, m ay :ggi ig W., ,Q Y u 'ffewfn IQWQQW,-,, LEON WEIGEL F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2,35 Orange and Black Chorale 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Volleyball 2. NORA WIESNER Kayettes 4g Pep Club 3, 4, Girls'Chorus 2, 3, 43 Snowball Attendant 4. STEVE WOLF Senior Play, Kay 41", Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Band 1, 2. 3, 44 Dance Band 2, 3: Boys' Chorus 3, 4, Orange and Black Chorale 3, 4, Football lg Basketball lg Track 1, 2, S", 4"'. Class fhstory Freshman Year We entered high school in September, 1955, with 49 members. Our officers were: Grant Merritt, president, Henry Fischer, vice-president: Althea Nelson, secretary- treasurerg Dennis Augustine, Maryl Kennedy, Lanny Ocamb, Jean Zimmerman, student council representatives. Our class sponsors were: Mr. Parker and Mrs. Lewis. Over the summer we lost: Dennis Augustine, Lanny Ocamb, and Harold Hagen. Our chief money raising project was a Hobo Day. We placed first with our float for home- coming. Sophomore Year We began our sophomore year with 51 members, gaining John Channell, Robert Homler, Bill Sullivan, Karl Battin, and Edna Engel. Officers were: Grant Merritt, president: David Hurt, vice-presidentg Althea Nelson, secretary-treasurer: Sondra Smith, Maryl Kennedy, and Jean Zimmerman, student council representative. Our class sponsors were: Mr. Meeker and Mrs. Gurtler, Defeating the many times State Basket- ball Champions, Russell, the complete student body had a "walk-out." Fate wasn't with us, because a blizzard kept us at home in the morning and brought us back to school that afternoon, We placed first with our float for home- coming. Over the summer we lost: John Channell, Karl Battin, Robert Homler, Betty Honas, Maryl Kennedy, Eddie Ketterman, and Margaret Weaver. Jimior Year We began our junior year with49 members gaining Mike Price, and Karl Battin fsecond semesterl. Officers were: Althea Nelson, presidentg Beverly Schumm, vice-presidentgJoan Erbert, secretary, Janice Pinney, treasurerg Grant Merritt, David Hurt, and Joseph Riedel, student council representative. Class sponsors were: Mr. Phillips, Miss Dunham, and Mr. Horacek. Our Junior Play, a western comedy, "Ghost Road" had a cast of thirteen. Grant Merritt, Francis Merserve, and Leroy Gnad received outstanding workmanship awards. The student director was Dennis Kinderknecht. Althea Nelson and Grant Merritt received Leadership Awards. Our class was the first to receive their class rings in the junior year. We chose our class colors, lavender and white, and our class flower, the orchid. Our class motto is: "They conquer,who believe they can." The Junior and Senior Prom was held on May 9, 1958. A nightclub settingwiththe theme FLAMINGO was carried out in the colors pink and black. Over the stunmer we lost Al Keller, Mike Price, and Karol Battin. Senior Year We began our senior year with 45 mem- bers, but lost Bill Sullivan at the end of the first semester. Officers were: Althea Nelson, president: vice-president: Joan Jean Zimmerman, Erbert, secretary: Janice Pinney, treasurer: Gary Kroeger, Richard Schuster, Leroy Gnad, student council representative. Class sponsors were: Miss Dunham, Mr. Phillips, and Mr. Fitzgerald. Joseph Riedel was named a member ofthe All-Star football team in the state of Kansas. His position was right tackle. Our Senior Play, a courtroom drama, "You The Jury" had a cast of fifteen. Student directors were Sondra Smith and David Hurt. Grant Merritt received and outstanding work- manship award. The senior class went to Denver,Colorado for their senior trip, on the weekend of April 25-27. While there, we went to the ice follies. The senior class of 1959 will take their last walk ln the high school at Commencement on May 20, 1959. 'tj f Q .V ,vt 1 H .. f 1 ,, 5: , .,QZ- f-11 it vi Q sq 1 W A 4 , ,ga f 1 of-. . F.Ri. DDUE KENNY x fum ,, . 7 Y' 3 xl ,F 5 H A Q JEANNIE ,' ,.. , M y C A RO L E STEVE Ld, K' it A GIB DIANA JOAN FIRST ROW: Terry Mixer, Pete Peterson, Steve Wolf, Sharon Henderson, Mary Beth Schuerman, Dixie Fuller, Cathleen Reidel, Dennis Kinderknecht, David Hurt, Mary Margaret Brummlt. SECOND ROW: Mrs. EDNA PAT Baby Snaps Lucille Rolland, Sandra Smith, Dickie Schuster, Lanny Ocamb, Carol Weber, Janice Pinney, Phillip Kohn, Buster Merritt, Althea Nelson, Howard Schmidt, Ronnie Weigand, Beverly Schumm. MARY SHARON DON 21 AN' Wlghik R5 LEE DICK NORA GARY I MARY JANE SHIELA HENRY DENNIS Q if BEV CAROL mai? JOANN ALTHEA V.. QL 1153 5 pi LE? ,. 1. ,fr fi A- sexo 77 A-4W '--.... Q N. 1. X I Dp ir x - . ,Q nO, wh, ,, ,QMEMMTQQW Zh S 5 JK I, 'Ai JI' H E fi. Juniors DEAN DENNING - President WAYNE BLACKBURN - Vice-Pres LOLA LUEA - Secretary BARBARA BITTEL - Treasurer MR. ARLIN MILLS - Sponsor MR. LeROY HIPKINS - Sponsor MR, DeROY ROGGE - Sponsor BILL HONAS - Rep. RAY PINNEY - Rep. GARY WENTLING - Rep. BILLIE LEE ALLEN VERLIN ARMBRISTER DARRELL ARMBRUSTER GLADYS AUGUSTINE JEROME AUGUSTINE MARY JANE AUGUSTINE SHIRLEY AUGUSTINE TOM BEACH JOANNE BONGARTZ MARY BRADSHAW BARRY DUBACH DARLENE DINKEL MARLENE DINKEL MARY DORZWEILER BARBARA DOUGLAS XY E' as Q t" . DOUGLAS ENGEL - DAVID FISCHER LILLIAN FISHER TERRY FITZGERALD Y , GARNIS HAGEN 'li m I I Y .3 1. 'yn . M iz . 111 " , , 5 ' sgqw, wig- ff - i 'Wifi' ' ' wlifaf -Hia' is W I , , . E E if 3, I lfgfg ' ERNEST HONAS CAROL KING RONALD KING BONNIE KINGSLEY EDNA LOFLIN DONNA LUEA DARRELL MOORE BARBARA PFEIFER MAC REED BETTY STORM BETTY WASINGER LeROY WEAVER HARRY WEBER KAY WEBER Hara ORVAL WEIGEL KATHLEEN WINDHOLZ Members of the Junior Class elected the following students throughout the year. President, Dean Denningg Vice-President, Wayne Blackburn: Secretary, Lola Lueag Treasurer, Barbara Pheiferg Representatives, Ray Pinney, William Honas, Gary Wentling. Sponsors of the class are: Mr. Hipkins and Mr. Mills. We are sorry to say that we have lost four students, they are: Larry Rowland, Bernita Augustalne, Rosita Herman, Beverly Keagy. We are happy to know that a few new faces were also added. Marilyn Schoenberger, Mary Lou Bradshaw, Shirley Augustine, Douglas Engel. Activities taking place during the year were as such: Junior and Senior Prom. Homecoming float which took first place "Orchids to our Team." The Juniors have sponsored all the dances after the ball games. MARILYN SCHOENBERGER GARY GERBER - President PATTY PFEIFER - Vice-Presldent JULIA SHIRCK - Secretary Treas MR. CLIFF STANSBURY Sponso MR. ROBERT SCHNEIDER DIANE KELLER - Rep. SALLY FULLER - Rep. DAVID KINGSLEY - Rep EARL ALLOWAY DWAYNE ASHBAUGH FRANCIS AUGUSTINE GARY AUGUSTINE MARY ANN AUGUSTINE VERGIL AUGUSTINE JAMES AUST LILLIAN BEGLER NORMA BONGARTZ DENNIS BOOS JANET BRADSHAW RONALD BRADSHAW LORRENE BROWN RICHARD BROWN SONNY BRUNGARDT BUD CAMPBELL JOYCE DEUTSCHER KENNY DEUTSCHER VIRGINIA DINKEL JERRY DREILING DAVID ERBERT WARNER ERTL CLARA FANSHIER -3' 8 s""'o,,... 0,16 5 BARBARA FLAX DANIEL GESCI-IWENTNER LINDA HALL MICKEY HENDERSON lKkT"'T2i' I KENNETH HLADEK STELLA HONAS RONALD HUBBS LeROY JACOBS JOHN JACQUES, JR. '-Il , 1, LOIS KINDERKNECHT ,R TOM KINDERKNECHT an ROBERT KOHLRUS VIOLA KUTINA :JV K s1G LANG ,JS-e .. "O L M AJJ. ' , I DORIS LUEA f CAROL MAYES H , . ,,V,.S- A JULIE NICHOLSON , I . NORMAN RUPP .- L v1RG1L SCHUSTER if R f 1 M ' i gigs gl, fii, I Y 'M if , lg 2, . l.:Jl?'f n ' W The Sophomore Class started this year with the loss of Sharon Chipman, Terry Hillman, Eddie Thompson, and Robert Rogers. They found they had gained Gloria Schoenberger, Ronald Bradshaw, and Janet Bradshaw. SUSAN SCOTT GLORIA SCI-IOENBERGER MARTHA SPREEN JACKIE SUE STEBBINS JON SULLIVAN TERESA VINE RICHARD WEBER KENNETH WINDHOLZ The class sponsors this year are Mr. Cliff Stansbury and Mr. Robert Schneider. The class officers are: President,Gary GerbergVice-President, Patty Pfieferg Secretary-Treasurer, Julia Shirckg and Representatives are Sally Fuller, Diane Keller, and David Kingsley. This year they had a food sale and party on October 4. On October 17, they held an assembly called the "Barry Omo Show." For Homecoming, they took second place with their float, "It's in a Nutshell," November 15, they had a box supper and a party. 27 ROBERT SCHMIDT - President VERLIN ENGEL - Vice-Presiden ROSE ANN LANG - Secretary DAVLD SCHOECH - Treasurer BARBARA MAY - Rep. 'Ps I ALLAIRE HOMBURG - Rep. GLORIA HELGET - Rep. LAYNE ANDERSON ALVIN ARMBRISTER RONALD ARMBRUSTER 4 we ga... if . n, JACK BALCOMBE DONALD BIEKER CYNTHIA BITTEL ALFRED BOLLIG ROBERT BRADSHAW age NANCY BRAY BARBARA BROWN RALPH BURNS EDWARD DINKEL EDWIN DORZWEILER i EDDIE DOUGLAS BRUCE FELDKAMP BEULAH FISCHER EMMETT FULLER GARY GIBSON X MRS, HELEN GURTLER - Sponsor MR, LEW HITCH - Sponsor Freshmen The Freshman Class elected for officers: President, Robert Schmidt: Vice-President, Verlin Engelg Secretary, Rose Ann Langg Treasurer, David Schoechg Representatives, Barbara May and Allaire Hornburg. The class had chosen Mrs. GLu't1er and Mr. Hitch for their class sponsors. Added to the class were 29 new students bringing the number to 55. The activities throughout the year for the freshmen will be a Hobo Day, Freshman Assembly and their float for Homecoming. t zlgl . if PHYLLIS GNAD KATHLEEN HAMBURG DAVID HAYS JUDY HELGET MARGARET HONAS PHYLLIS JOHNSON JERRY KELLER MARGARET KELLER JOY KELLOGG ELAINE KING RITA KISNER ANN KOHL PAULETTA LUEA GARY MILLER PHILIP NICHOLSON DICK RIDWAY JEANNE RIFFEL VICKY ROMEY CLARENCE RUPP HAROLD SCHMIDT OLIVIA SNIDER JEANNE STORM RICHARD WALDSCHMIDT MARY SUE WALTERS BETTY JO WEAVER SHIRLEY WEBER ELGERINE WEIGEL CAROL WIESNER CYNTHIA YOUNG RONALD ZACHMAN M-+ ff! an aw L vf :fs di in My V7 :I ,Lge we 'Raef Q sf, Under the leadership of their President, Jimmy Shirk and guid- ance from their sponsors, Mr. Martin and Mrs. Long, the eighth grade class won third place on their Homecoming float with the theme "Ro11 'em in." They also drew names and had a Christmas party. The class has 24 members this year having lost none and hav- ing gained J oleen Deutscher. 30 L. in hii O xi ,V Hi , :VE ,, Us in 5 L 3 Q., I Q XXX Rikigwiigia giileiilf -1 'mifssmy ereiie ,ia 1 xf lq -, - ' ' , asia' I gf, 9 JIMMY SI-IIRCK - President ELLEN ARMBRISTER - Vice-Pres. JOLEEN DEUTSCHER - Sec.-Trea CAROL LORIMOR - Rep. MRS. LORA LONG - Sponsor HAROLD ARMBRISTER JOHN ARMBRUSTER DICKIE BATTIN CLAUDIA DEUTSCHER JUDY DORZWEILER ANITA FRANTA LINDA GURTLER LARRY MALLORY SKIPPY MATTESON RONALD MILLER MARY ANN MAYES ANN NELSON KAY REEVES RICHARD ROBERTS STEVE ROPER JUANITA ROTI-I BILLY SEIBEL BARBARA VINE SANDY WARTA DENNIS WOLF Ezghth Grade SANDY FULLER - President CAROL HUBER - Vice-President GAY PEARSON - Secretary-Treas DOUGLAS BALCOMBE - Rep. MR. JIM MARTIN - Sponsor , ,gs WILLIAM ARMBRISTER H ' PAUL ARMBRUSTER I DONALD BENNETT . PEGGY BLACKBURN ' . s'rEvEN DEUTSCHER DW- gr Q l.,....A Q 5 E U N ' , MARY ANN DINKEL 5 PEGGY DOUGLAS - - L RICHARD 1-'mEs N JAY HAYS 4 . DOUGLAS HURT r V, LEON MAY SHERRY OLMSTEAD RICHARD ROBERTSON TERRY SCHOENTHALER SHERYL SIMMINGER DICK WEATHER!-IOLT DOUGLAS YOUNG eventh Grade Students holding office in the seventh grade were: Sandy Fuller, Carol Huber, Gay Pearson, and Douglas Balcombe. Their sponsor, Mr. Martin has been very active in class activities. New members of the class Mary Ann Dinkel and Keith Schoenthaler. Leaving the class at 24. The float "Roll 'Em In" took third place in 1958. The Christmas party will include both classes, seventh and eighth. 31 The Four Luea Sisters "I Get In On It Too" said Dick Crocodile T I f X I N, Stagger Lee Semester transfers: Brenda Dirks, Martha Beals, Back In The Lobby Mike Haas, and Georgia Ridgway. nap hots Decision of the Crowd Royality! ""the band Played Oll- gawk N1 . :,, N ' ' w 5590 . ..Arr gi? Nsmvibnc - 2-gk. Y 1 Gr cb Y - if -:,, 0 R 59 CLARINETS Sondra Smith Bonnie Kingsley Kay Reeves Ellen Armbruster Larry Mallory Gay Pearson Sandy Fuller William Armbruster CORNETS Zelda Colborg Steve Wolf David Hurt Leon May Doug Hurt Olivia Snider Ronnie Armbruster Bruce Feldkamp OBOE Ann Nelson BASSON Joy Kellogg FLUTES Linda Gurtler Barbara May Nancy Bray Julie Nicholson Barbara Pfeifer TENOR SAXOPHONES Martha Beals Claudia Deutscher Garnis Hagen Janice Pinney Richard Robertson ALTO SAXOPHONES Billy Seibel DRUMS Carol Weber Phyllis Johnson Dickie Ridgway Billie Lee Allen fnot picturedl Juanita Roth fnot picturedl Joanne Bongartz Carol Huber Carol Lorimer Orval Weigel Sandy Warta Althea Nelson QQLLIS 27,5 BASS Allaire Homburg Buster Merritt HORNS Sheryl Simminger Carol Mayes Susan Scott TROMBONES Barbara Vine Paul Armbruster Dickie Weatherholt Douglas Balcombe Diane Keller Patty Pfeifer Emmett Fuller Qnot picturedj BARITONES Gary Miller Donald Bennett Jimmy Shirck Beverly Schumm DIRECTOR DeRoy Rogge KAYS RADIO AND TV STATION Beginning in August, the Orange a.nd Black Band started preparation for a season full of activities. Under the direction of DeRoy Rogge, in his first year at Ellis, the band first appeared at Hutchison Fair. Two other appearances away from home were the KU Band Day and and Armistice Day football game at Wakeeney. Spring appearances included a concert March 10, music contest April 3 and 4, and league band clinic at Palco, April 28, Orange and Black Band MAJORETTES: Althea Nelson, Bonnie Kingsley, Gay Pearson, Barbara EKEY STUDIO May, Nancy Bray, Zelda Colborg, Drum Major, Beverly Schumm FINCH'S FIRST ROW: Left to Right, Mr. Rogge, Althea Nelson,Janice Pinney, Sondra Smith, Carol Weber, Mary Bradshaw, Patty Pfiefer, Susan Scott, Bonnie Kingsley, Janet Bradshaw, Beverly Schumm, Jeannie Zimmerman, Barbara Pfiefer, Billie Lee Allen, Sheila Augustine, Mary Jane Augustine, Lola Luea, Phyllis Johnson. SECOND ROW: Paulette Luea, Ann Kohl, Clara Fanschier, Joy Kellogg, Georgia Ridgeway, Barbara May, Nancy Bray, Rose Ann Lang, Shirley Weber, Elgerine Weigel, Julia Shirck, Edna Loflin, Norma Donizairtz. Jo Ann Bongartz,Viola Kutina,Dixie Fuller, Mary Louise Romey. THIRD ROW: Kay Weber, Carol King, Betty Kay Storm, Shirley Augustine, Gloria Helget, Lois Kinderknecht, Linda Hall, Jackie Sue Stebbins, Carole Baugher, Edna Engel, Patty Niernberger, Darlene Dinkel, Kathleen Windholz, Barbara Douglas, Marlene Dinkel, Sharon Henderson, Mary Louise Dorzweiler. FOURTH ROW: Theresa Vine, Carol Mayes, Diana Luea, Rose Mary Rupp, Zelda Colborg, Betty Wasingner, Stella Honas, Donna Luea, Mary Jane Lang, Carrie Weigel, Carol Wiesner, Cynthia Bittle, Lillian Begler, Doris Luea, Martha Spreen. Girls? Chorus B0 so Chorus BACK ROW: Left to Right: DeRoy Rogge, Director: Clarence Augustine, Francis Meservc, Buster Merritt. FRONT ROW: Stcvc Rupp, David Schoeck, Dick Ridgway, Allaire Ilomburg, Bruce Fcldkariip, Norman Rupp. SECOND ROW: Garnis Hagen, Phil Nicholson. Leon Weigel, Darrell Armbruster, David Hurt, Donald Wolf, Daniel Geschwcntner, Gary Gerber, Bud Campbell, Mac Recd, Dick Schuster, Leroy Gnzid, 4, 5 gfsnw, X, 3, id FRONT ROW: Patty Pfeifer, Julie Nicholson, Susan Scott, JOY Kellogg. Joan Erbert, Zelda Colborg, Jean Zimmerman, Billie Lee Allen, Barbara Pfeifer, SECOND ROW: Althea Nelson, Sondra Smith, Carol Weber, Bonnie Kingsley, Janice Pinney, Beverly Schumm, Jackie Sue Stebbins, Julia Shirck, Sally Fuller, DianeKel1er, THIRD ROW: Mr. Rogge, Daniel Geschwentner, Bud Campbell, Leon Weigel, Mac Reed, Gary Gerber, Steve Wolf, Allaire Homburg, Bruce Ifeldkamp. LAST ROW: Leroy Gnad, Richard Schuster, David Hurt, Buster Merritt, Darrell Armbruster, Orval Weigel, Garnis Hagen, Oran e and Black Chorale Dance Band FRONT ROW: Garnis Hagen, Janice Pinney,Sandy Warta, Zelda Colborg, Julie Shirck, LAST ROW: Buster Merritt, Althea Nelson. SECOND ROW: Mr, Roszqe. David Hurt, Beverly Schumm, Not Shown: Sondra Smith, "'71'.'l BACK ROW: Kenneth Deutscher, Allaire Hornburg, Carol Weber, Lorimar. SITTING: Leroy Gnad, Joe Riedel, Buster Merritt, Richard Schuster, Gary Kroeger, Gary Wentling, Ray Pinney, David Hurt, Sondra Smith, Mr. Bray, Rose Mary Rupp, Bill David Kingsley, Douglas Balcombe. STANDING: Gloria Helget, Honas. Nancy Bray, Barbara May, Sally Fuller, Diane Keller, Carol Student Con ress Student Congress, governing body of Ellis High School, is composed of elected representatives from each class and organiza- tion. The sponsors are Mr. Bray and Mr. Fitzgerald. The activities sponsored by Student Congress are Homecoming and Twirp Week, Twirp Week, May 11 to 15, is the time the girls play the part of the gentlemen. The theme for 1959 was "Sadie Hawkins Week." Climaxed by a dance ruled byaking and queen, the week is the time for wearing fads. Persons violating the Twirp Week code are tried by a Kangaroo Court. Buster Merritt, presidentg Sondra Smith, secretary-treasurerg and David Hurt, vice-president. BACK ROW: Carol Mayes, Linda Gurtler, Sandy Warta, Kay Reeves, Sheryl Simminger, Sherry Olmstead, Sandy Fuller, Shiela Augustine, Mary Jane Augustine, Billie Lee Allen, Beverly Schumm, Betty Ann Wasinger, Barbara Bittel, Mrs. Wallace, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Barbara Vine, Ann Nelson, Carol Lorimor, Ellen Armbruster, Anita Franta, Juanita Roth, Judy Helget, Phyllis Gnad, Betty Jo Weaver, Nancy Bray, Jeannie Riffel, Jackie Sue Stebbins, Zelda Colborg, Secretary-Treasurer, Lorrene Brown, Stella Honas, SECOND ROW: Phyllis Johnson, Jeanne Storm, Ann Kohl, Joy Kellog, Cynthia Bittel, Linda Hall, Lois Kinderknecht, Doris Luea, Lillian Beglcr, Diana Luea, Julia Shirck, Rose Mary Rupp, Kathleen Windholz. FIRST ROW: Edna Engel, Vice-President, Pat Niernberger, Gladys Augustine, Nora Wiesner, Edna Loflin, Claudia Deutscher, Janice Pinney, Carol Weber, Representativeg Mary Dorzwieler, Barbara May, Betty Kay Storm, Lillian Fisher, Lola Luea, FRONT ROW: Patty Pfeifer, Jean Zimmerman, Bonnie Kingsley, Althea Nelson, Barbara Pfeifer, President. Pep Club Barbara Pfeifer, Althea Nelson, Bonnie Kingsley, Head Cheerleader, Jean Zimmerman, Patty Pfeifer. Sponsored by CITY CAFE AND ELLIS HOTEL HOLDING BANNER: Virgil Augustine, Ronald Bradshaw. FOURTH Engel, Richard Ridgway, Verlin Armbrister, Ronald King, Dean ROW: John Jacques, Dennis Boos, Sig Lang, Charles Weigel. Denning, Terry Fitzgerald, Virgil Schuster. FRONT ROW: David Leon Weigel, David Armbrister. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Deutscher, Fischer, Mr, Robert Schneider, Orval Weigel, Gary Wentling, Ronald Armbruster, Alvin Armbrister, Ronald Zachman, Jerry Henry Fischer, Ernie Honas, Darrell Armbruster. Keller, David Hayes, Robert Bradshaw. SECOND ROW: Verlin Future Farmers of America O 'LOUGHLIN MOTOR SALES Buy - Sell - Trade - Service All Makes of Cars and Trucks OFFICERS: David Fischer, Sentinel, Mr. Schneider, Advisor, Fischer, President, Ernie Honas, Secretary, Darrell Armbruster Orval Weigel, Reporter, Gary Wentling, Vice-President, Henry Treasurer. Vickie Romey, Cynthia Young Mary Sue Walters, Rita Kisner Mary Bradshaw, Martha Spring Voca tional Agriculture TEXACO SE RVIC E ST ATION Lois Kinderknechet, Linda Hall Home Economics Charles Weigel Verlin Armbruster David Fischer 'fi 3 ELLIS PLUMBING and DEUTSCHER'S HANDY MARKET .Senior Kaycttes FRONT ROW: Miss Lois Cummings, Sponsorg Janice Pinney, World Service: Joan Erbert, Treasurer, Beverly Schumm, Vice-President, Sondra Smith, President: Julia Schirk, Parlimentary Procedure, Jackie Sue Stebbins, Secretary, Billie Lee Allen, Reg. Programs: Barbara Pfiefer, Point System. SECOND ROW: Zelda Colborg, Piano: Althea Nelson, Special Programs: Jean Zimmerman, Publicity, Carol Weber, Recreationg Rosie Rupp, Rep- resentative: Barbara Bittel, Finance: Bonnie Kingsley, School Service, Miss Jane Dunham, Sponsor, THIRD ROVS: Clara Franshier, Shirley Augustine, Betty Kay Storm, Junior Lillian Fisher, Lola Luea, Mary Bradshaw,Shiela Augustine, Marilyn Schoenberger, Mary Jane Lang. FOURTH ROW: Edna Loflin, Carol Mayes, Marlene Dinkel, Dixie Fuller, Mary Louise Romey, Kathleen Windholz, Barbara Douglas, Mary Dorzweiler, Darlene Dinkel. BACK ROW:Sally Fuller, Diane Keller, Carrie Weigel, Donna Luea, Carol King, Carol Baugher, Edna Engel, Pat Niernberger, Martha Sprecn. NOT SHOWN: Julie Nucholson, Comm. Service, Diana Luea, Teresa Vine, Susan Scott, Patty Pfiefer, Viola Kutina, Lois Kinderkneeht, Sharon Henderson, Linda Hall, Joyce Deutscher, Gladys Augustine, Nora Wiesner. Kayctlcs FRONT ROW: Barbara May, Treasurer, Kathy Homburg, President: Judy Helget, Betty Jo Weaver, Phyllis Gnad, Mary Sue Walters, Beulah Fischer, MargaretKeller, Nancy Bray, Representative: Rita Kisner, Mrs. Long, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Carol Lorirnor, Claudia Deutscher, Martha Beals, Judy Dorzweiler, Juanita Roth, Anita Franta, Ellen Armbrister, Ann Nelson, Vice-President: Barbara Vine, Mary Ann Mayes, Vickey Romey, Cynthia Young. THIRD ROW: Kay Reeves, Sandy Warta, Linda Gurtler, Sandy Fuller, Gay Person, Brenda Dirks, Peggy Douglas, Carol Huber, Peggy Blackburn, Mary Ann Dinkel, Barbara Brown. LAST ROW: Phyllis Johnson, Elaine King, Olivia Snider, Cheryl Simminger, Sherry Olmstead, Rose Ann Lang, Shirley Weber, Jean Storm, Ann Kohl, Joy Kellogg, Secretaryg Cynthia Bittel, Gloria Helget. NOT SHOWN: Carol Wiesner, Margaret Honas, Jeannie Riffel. E, alll ia' 'Q + 55315. W xiii' yd X , V fa aa wiki 1 , Nfl, 33 I if Amf' M Lis ' 4 C .:., ,.. ,E,, ,.., , . . Ail. Q 5 g X'-L: '23 ks 4. sv Queen Althea Nelson and her attendants, Zelda Colborg, left, and Joan Erbert. I-Iomecoming A Halloween Homecoming was planned tor E.H.S. this year beginning the festivities with a parade at 3 o'c1ock that afternoon, and cllmaxing it with an Ellis Railroader - Hill City Ringneck football game that evening. This Mid-Continent League game proved to be quite a thriller as the Railroaders came through with a 24-7 victory. Riding a horse, and carrying the American Flag, was David Fischer leading a parade of floats made by classes, various school organ- izations, and cars from down-town dealers. The Student Council awarded a first prize of S10 to the Junior Class for displaying the best float. Second prize of S5 went to the Sophomore Class, and a third prize of S3 went to the Junior High. Along with all the other seasonal decorating, the Pep Club white-washed the streets and side- walks with VICTORY slogans. Sponsored By NELSON'S FOOD MARKET MAX THE CLEANER ELLIS FLOWER AND GIFT Her Majesty, Althea Nelson, was crowned by King Joe Riedel, in a pre-game ceremony at 7:45 that evening, announcing for the first time, the queen chosen by the football squad. The attend- ants were: Zelda Colborg and Gilbert Brungardtg Joan Erbert and Kenny Haas. The flower-bearers, chosen by a Student Council committee, were Jimmy Bray, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bray, and Elonda Renee' Hipkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hipkins. The snappy, Orange and Black Band prepared a special program in honor of the queen. The marching 50 formed a heart and played the tra- ditional number, "Let Me Call You Sweetheart." The band provided a special halftime show which was enjoyed by everyone After the game, a Homecoming dance was sponsored by the Junior Class. Sponsored By HAROLD'S MENS' WEAR SEIBEL'S STORE wr , Q5 PARADE OF CANDIDATES FLOWERBEARERS ELONDA AND JIMMY Jum0rSen1or Prom 1958 A flashing neon sign, "The Flamingo," an- nounced the theme for the 1958 Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. Waiters met the guests at the door and seated them at quartet tables. The evening menu included baked ham with spiced peaches, scalloped potatoes, corn, jello salad, hot rolls and butter with ice cream for dessert. Following the banquet a program was given by the servers. The music included "The Flamingo," "26 Mi1es" and "Sentimental Reasons." The even- ing was climaxed by a Prom with music furnished by Dave Emery and the Starlighters. The room was decorated in pink and black with a swamp scene on the stage. PUNCH TABLE DAVE EMERY AND THE STARLIGHTERS 26 MILES" -A 1---,gym SERVERS AND WAITERS "SENTIME NTAL REASONS R i f Isn't it wonderful! Watch out! Looks interesting! Annie Oakley ? It is I, Septimus Jepson! Ah! Drinking again, Leroy. I Pocanti, come to warn you! WEISNER'S GROCERY Matt Walters . . Millie Berry . . Cleo Patra . . . Elmer Berry . . Bessie Berry . Charles Atlas! Junior Class '59 Presents GHOST ROAD CAST Manuel Lopez . Lolita ..... Pocanti . . . Old Bones .... Petunia Potter . . . Student Director--Dennis Kinderknect . . BusterMerritt . . Shiela Augustine . Jean Zimmerman . Frances Meserve . . . Carol Weber Goochy Goochy Goo! KELLER FURNITURE . Gary Kroeger Sondra Smith . Althea Nelson . . Leroy Gnad . Janice Pinney - is H Fi Wi' 7 : ' 5'-Ef": . i f.'4?'. "E,f". :5:3 -'Pi' . .. , . W az. SK 5 X2 wif i? ' E . F my 'W vi ...Ao .e Q 'half 1- .1 A 44? S W ihf "Prosecutor" "Guilty" U LL' , Q g 1.- if Q 5 1 e I 2 Q "Interested" N Langley 's Sunbeam Bread "Courting" "Delinquent" l Hays Music Co. "Investigator" f'1nsistent" Senior Play MYou T716 furyw Allan Woodward, B. Merrittg Edith Scott, J. Zimmermang Miss Carver, J. Pinneyg Clerk of Court, S. Wolfg Court Stenographer, S. Smithg Bailiff, B. Weberg Barbara Scott, A, Nelsong Mrs. Lake, B. Groffg Judge Tomas Findlay, L. Gnadg Robert McPherson, F. Meserveg Lewis Rennie, G. Kroegerg Gwendolyn Kelton, C. Weberg Sheila Vencent, Z. Colborgg Janice Scott, S. Augustineg Jimmy Perry, D, Schuster. Everyday you are assuming more and more responsibility in making decisions regarding your life. You are receiving help in making these decisions from loving parents and teachers who are very much interested inyour welfare, Soon you will be out of school and entering into the business, professional, and agricultural fields, To be SAFE in your undertakings you will need INSURANCE of ma.ny kinds. REMEMBER when you need insurance to check with an Independent Insurance Agent who lives in your home community and who is interested in seeing that you always get a square deal. Senior Kayettes Little Star SC HNEIDER 'S AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Wash and Dry Ellis, Kansas 50 The Nicholson-Zerfas Insurance Agency can take care of all your insurance needs. NICHOLSON-ZERFAS INSURANCE AGENCY Ellis State Bank Building Ellis, Kansas Junior Kayettes iYoun Love Let us help you get all your washdone in the regular time of one lead by using several machines and follow it with a warm, indoor trip to an all-weather clothes dryer. -- ma in--..,, no--Q.. ,sa:Q,.1,- , , , f , ff ...mngyl I 41. 3 - 'l um i -f M mm nm 9 DEFENSIVE TEAM: Robert Weber, L.E.: Gary Wentling, L.T.: William Honas, R.E.g Gilbert Brungardt, L,Lb.: Harold Weber, C. Joe Riedel, L,G,g Henry Fischer, R,G.: Norman Dreher, R,T.g Lb.: Grant Merritt, R.Lb.: Leroy Gnad,L,S,gRlcha.rdSchuster, R.S. BACK ROW: Allalre Hornburg, Robert Schmidt, Gary Gerber, Weber, Joe Riedel, Henry Fischer, Francis Meserve, David Erbert, Richard Waldschmldt, Philip Nicholson, David Schoech, Jack Emmett Fuller, Daniel Geschwentner, Robert Kohlrus. FRONT Balcombe. THIRD ROW: Richard Brown, Ernest Honas, Bonaventure ROW: David Fischer, Grant Merritt, LeRoy Gnad, Richard Schuster, Brmlglrdi, R211Ph Burns, David Kingsley, Gary Augustine, Norman Dwayne Ashbaugh, Harold Weber, Gary Wentling, William Honas. RuPP. Francis Augustine, Ronald Bradshaw, Ray Pinney. SECOND Darrell Moore, Kenneth Haas. ROW: Wayne Blackburn, Gilbert Brungardt, Norman Dreher,Robert Football Team of 1958 OFFENSIVE TEAM: William Honas, LEE.: Norman Dreher, L.T.: Joe Riedel, R.T.: Gary Went1ing,R,E.g Leroy Gnad, Q.B.: Buster Robert Weber, L.G,g Harold Weber, C.: Henry Fischer, R,G.: Merritt, L,H.g Gilbert Brungardt, F,B,g Richard Schuster, R.H. sa.. ways A 'l., v..,,A . RICHARD SCHUSTER Halfback KENNETH HAAS LEROY GNAD , Qllhrterblck Qmfefb-wk emor Letterman MESERVE ROBERT WEBER HENRY FISCHER JOE REIDEL Tackle Guard Guard Tackle GILBERT BRUNGARDT Fullback NORMAN DREHER Tackle BUSTER MERRITT Halfback The Ellis Railroaders have posted a re- spectable record the past year with 3 wins, 3 losses, and 2 ties. The strong teams in the league this year were Phillipsburg and Wakeeney. The Ellis Railroaders fought off a tough Wakeeney club and nearly pulled one of the biggest upsets in the state. The Railroaders were the only team which scored more than one touchdown against the Golden Eagles as they went down in a 20-24 defeat. The top three teams in the Mid Continent League this year were: Wakeeney, firstg Phillipsburg, secondg and the Ellis Railroad- ers, third. ELLIS RAILROADERS FOOTBALL GAMES September October November Ellis Ellis Ellis Ellis Ellis Ellis Ellis Ellis Lacrosse Palco P-burg Plalnville Victoria Stockton Hill City Wakeeney BACK ROW: Left to Right, Leroy Gnad, Ernie Honas, Wayne FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Mr. Lew Hitch,Gib Brungardt, Richard Blackburn, Harry Weber, Gary Wentling, Willy Honas, Ray Pinney. Schuster, David Hurt, Kenny Haas, Buster Merritt. - quad Sponsored by ALLOWAY BODY SHOP AND GABEL'S BARBER SHOP - quad BACK ROW: Left to Right, Barry Dubach,Francis Augustine, Kenny FRONT ROW: Mr. Cliff Stansbury, Daniel Geschwentner, David Hladek, Richard Brown,Jim Aust, Bud Campbell, Verlin Armbrister. Kingsley, Dwayne Ashbaugh, Gary Gerber, Robert Kohlrus. ,.,. XR . A 4, .VX Q Q 'O yn., C' 3 5 ,-, f L, 'il . 5 , 3 5 -Q! ' MN '-K x 41 ,g-mv Sa Q I' QI- -',: . Mf . 4-- K A ' I J i60gft::'xKIi' fl s, dll si WJ ,,..vj1f' 6 75 . if T ,. 'QV' air ' 3 Freshmen BACK ROW: Mr. Martin, Coach: Jimmy Shirck, Larry Mallorv, Verlin Schuster, Steve Roper, Dennis Wolf. FRONT ROW: Dick Battin, Richard Roberts, Ronald Miller, Bill Seibel, Skipper Mattison, John Armbruster. DISNEY SERVICE STATION Seventh Grade CENTERAL POWER CO. BACK ROW: Mr. Hitch, Coach: Jack Balcombe, Phil Nicholson, Gary Miller, David Hays. MIDDLE ROW: Jerry Keller, Ronald Armbruster, Alvin Armbruster, Emmett Fuller, Robert Schmidt. BOTTOM ROW: Edwin Dorzweiler, Bob Bradshaw, Alfred Bollig, Layne Anderson, Bruce Feldkamp. Ei hth Grade 7th GRADE TEAM BACK ROW: Donald Bennett, Richard Fries, Douglas Balcombe, Terry Schoenthaler, Dick Weatherholt, Douglas Young. FRONT ROW: Mr. Martin, Coach: William Armbrister, Steve Deutscher, Richard Robertson, Paul Armbruster, Douglas Hurt, Leon May. DISTANCE: Ronald Hubbs, David Hubbs, David Erbert, Richard Schuster, Robert Weber, Larry Ptaschek, Steve Wolf. 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