Eureka High School - Le Memoir Yearbook (Eureka, KS)

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.Xi . , V-Y ff-X-S X, me 1952 UHHHDU 14 f if :ix MXN- 7 4V i TH ik-,:'eMK 4, .' ,o 'gg " . 9 W if N 2 V 1 ma..-L . 3:3 Y 51? NS ,,Y" fm L..- Published by the Annual Staff 'of EUREKA HIGH SCHOOL Eureka, Kansas Dedication :lg IN 'H K Q Q We dedicate this yearbook to Carl S. Knox, who during his first year as super- intendent of our schools, has made it ap- parent that his philosphy of education is that the function of a. school is to teach children, not merely subject matter. Because of his deep devotion to the highest interests of the students and his enthusiastic endorsement of all that might improve our schools, we say simply but sincerely, "WELCOME", l il l x l I V' " J 115 ' 'ily ' fi . 'M Q I J W ! 1 I 1 ' , , .., ., -H ,, ,F.,.,.,,,,,,,Y 7,.A 1. -that .,,., ,I L,-.: i -'rs-ix'-f 1, 14 -.4.v,:A-.I ,. , . mfg, , , .XL,. A, A . ,Q Y . , ,.-': - xr'7r,r-" X 73 J' I al K if . I ' Wiiya 5 K? '. t i.,-, , - ,.u-- V 1-R' ' I ' ii. 1 ., i to ini A' f fe" 1 i I I L- A.- i,3., f , , ' t A .1 r K... 1 4 1 ' " . I 5 'I , ii.. '- Enid- 51 R 'ff i it - iq . E ' Y i 1' BOARD MEMBERS Carl S. Knox, Superintendent: Herb Rockhill, Deputy Clerkg William Crebo, Clerkg Audrey Basham, Presidentg Ralph Reno, Vice-President: E.E. Jacobs, Walter Fischer Administration Board of Education CARL S. KNOX Principal Superintendent , U-is-4 JOAN LEWIS MJ., L Secretary to Mr. Dodd DOROTHY HENDERSON W"""-'-a-'-H Secretary to Mr. Knox N I ' X, ,N ix .ii 55 ,V . f ,, ' ' 5' -RN , --v . -V gr fig- H nfs Au . RICHARD L. DODD T.D. WHE-AT Principal Instrumental Music, Ba nd On behalf of the faculty, I would like to express to the student body our most sincere appreciation for the fine co-operation we have received during the 1951-52 school year. Expecially gratifying to us was the seniors' hand- ling of Freshman Day, which they utilized to welcome and entertain the freshmen. We appreciate the excellent work done by the different organiza- tions in making our homecoming celebration a success. We are also appreciative of the praiseworthy attitudes displayed by the students at all types of athletic events. Our hats are off to the entire student body for working so hard to make E. H. S. a better place to go to school, a place where clean living and sportsmanship are practiced. May we extend our most sincere congratulations to the graduating class of 1952. Richard L. Dodd Principal LAWRENCE E. BLAIR VERLAN v. SHEARBURN HARRY L. COFFEL EU-15 H- MARCY Coach, Commerce Ass't Coach, Phys. Ed. V0C3Ii0H21Agl'iCU1IUf6 Ind- Arts Mech- Drawing Drivers Training. 'Q'-'xr -na. BEVERLY C. STEINER MAXINE K. MASON Public School Music Social Science Supervisor Facultg DOROTHY M. MARCY PAULINE F. COX Phys. Ed., Jr. English Social Science, Commerce Journalism INEZ. I. SAUSEN Mathematics 51X ., XQFJ NELDA M. STEFFEY Spanish, Soph. English RAYMOND STEIMEL Fresh. English, Latin Chemistry HELEN L. FOLKERTS Vocational Economics WILLIAM B. ANDERSON Science, Debate Coach HELLEN E. HARDING Librarian 'Mgt fs 'X 'QF--Jour-Ay L ,ans A. Y-4-di f. MRS. JAMES Cafeteria Manager MR. SOULE Custodians JACK THORTON PROCTORS, FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Dunn, Webb, V, Black, P, Mciivain, J, Hellman. BACK ROIA C, Carlson, V. Bumgardner, D, Edwards, E, Hedges, J. Downing, P, LeVieux, J. Evenson, J.L. Hawthorne. Theq Also Serve LIBRARY STAFF, FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Duncan-Sec.-Treas., G. Klien-Vice Pres., N. Pres., K. Morrison-Student Council. SECOND ROW: J. Herren, G, Cook, K, Jackson, J. Hillman, Mrs. Librarian, BACK ROW: P. Haga, B. Wheeler, B, D. Evenson, L. Brown, L. Boone. Class of "SZ" RICHARD AILOR Kays I,2, 3,45 Football 1,25 Intramural 45 Glee Club 45 Band I, 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 45 Student Council 45 Trumpet Quartette 35 Brass Ensemble 35 Junior Play 35 Music Festival I, 2, 3,4. EARL BALL Kays r,2,3,45 E-Club 3,45 Speech 45 Football I,2,3, 45 Track 3,45 Intramural 45 Glee Club I,2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 35 Twister Staff 4. CARL BARRIER Kays I,2. IEAN BASHAM Kayettes I,2,35fCabiI'16t 2, 315 Speech 2,35 Debate I, ' 2. 3: Intramural 45 Annual Staff qsnapshot U5 CSpeech Representative zj. VIRGINIA BLACK Kayettes I,2, 3,45 fCabinet 23 Pep Club I, 2,3,45 Speech 45 Debate 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Spanish Club 25 fVice President 2y5 Student Counbil 35 Music Festival 45 Proctor 4. CLASS OFFICERS President, Harold Boone5 Vice-President, Hurley Breech5 Secretary, David Jordahl5 Treasurer, Skip Wassell. 'WT EMMA JEAN BOES Transferred from Cottonwood Falls 45 Kayettes 45 Intra- mural 4. FRANCES BOHARD Transferred from Tonovay 45 Glee Club 4. HAROLD BOONE Transferred from Neal High School 35 Kays 3,45 fPresi- dent 451 E-Club 3,45 Speech 45 Football 45 Basketball 3,45 Track 3,45 Glee Club 3,45 Student Council 45 fTreasurer 435 Secretary Junior Class5 President Senior Class. viv- Class of "5Z" HURLEY BREECH Kays I, 2, 3,45 FFA 2, 3,45 QSentina125 Secretary 35 President 40 E-Club 2, 3,45 Football I,2,3,45 Intra- mural 45 Glee Club 15 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Vice-President of Senior Class. IOYCE BRIZENDINE Kayettes 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Club 1, 25 FHA 1, 2, 3,45 iOf- ficerj Glee Club I, 2,45 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 35 Band 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 45 Annual Staff 35 Music Festival I, 2, 3,45 Junior Play. VIRGINIA BUMGARDNER Kayettes 2, 3,45 FHA I5 Glee Club 3,45 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Spanish Club 25 Music Festival 3,45 Twister Staff 4 FRED BURTON FFA 2, 3, 4. JOAN COLVIN Kayettes I,2, 3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4: FHA L2. 3.4: Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 35 Twister Staff 45 fCirculatior1 Managerj. FERN CLOYD Kayettes 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1, 25 FHA 1,25 Glee Club I, 2. GERNIE DIXON FFA I,2,3,45G16e Club 1. HM DOCHOW Kays I,2, 3,45 E-Club 2,3,45 Football I,2, 3,45 Bas- ketball x,2, 3,45 Track r,2, 3,45 Glee Club 1.2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 35'Vice President, Freshman Class. JOAN DOWNING Kayettes x,2,3,45 Pep Club lg FHA r, 2, 3,45 qsec- retary 315 Glee Club 45 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3,45 1President 435 Spanish Club 3, 45 Twister Staff 45 Vice President, Junior Class5 Music Festival I,2, 3,4 a,l PHYLLIS DUNN Kayettes I, 2,3,45 FHA 1,23 Glee Club I, 25 Twister Staff 4 fbusiness Managerjp Library Staff 2. Class of "5Z" DELORES EDWARDS Kayettes 1, 2, 3,4, Pep Club I,2, FHA I,2gC-P166 Club I,2. WILBUR ELLIOT FFA I, 2, 3,4, QVice President 43, Football I. IIM ELLISTON FFA I, 2, 3,4, fTreasurer 33, fSecretary 41. JERRY EVENSON Kays I,2,3,4: E-Club 3,4, Football r, 2, 3,41 Bas- ketball I, 2, 3,4, Track I,2,3,4, Glee Club 3, Treas- urer Sophomore Class, Proctor 4. FRANK GAINES Kays l, 2, 3,4, FFA I,2, 3,4, QSentinal Ig Reporter 2, President 33, E-Club 3,4, Football I, 2, 3,4, Basket- ball I, Track I, 2,3,4: Intramural 4, Glee Club 4. J. L. HAWTHRONE Kays 1,2,3,4,E-Club 3,4, Football 1, 2,3,4, Bas- ketball 1,2, 3,4, Track I, 2,3,4g Glee Club t,2,3, Mixed Chorus I, 2, Class Officer 3, Proctor 4. ELEANOR HEDGES Kayettes I,2,3,4, fCabinet 1,40 Pep Club 1, FHA 4, Glee Club I,43 QSecretary 4l, Mixed Chorus I, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3,4, Twirler 1, 2, 3, Triple Quartet 4, Proctor 4. 585 mm -T ,,, , ,. . "4 ,Y 5 f J 4 :,.,.' .r 4:45 VE' vesvu,:':1.': vf- -,f ii, .5 --' -crib' It if X . l l 1 t 5, 4 .. f- Q 7:3 'IDE , 1--1,1 f ' Auf- e ,Q . ,,::.,,-,,- ga,-cf., ,. J .we-, wr 1' 'H Hr U ' l fsisizi 2:-.U P' . - ' -f ka-sr: 1 - 3: N. vga. -- -- -L ,'E'i1:.f JOAN HELLMAN Kayettes I, 2, 3,451,613 Club I, 2, FHA I, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, Twister Staff 4, QNews Editory, Proctor 4. JACK HENDERSON Kays I,2,3,4, fVice-President 35, E-Club I, 2,3,4, fTreasurer 4y, Football 1, 2, 3,4, Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, Track I,2, 3,4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus l, 2, Student Council I,2, 3,4, qvice President 47. CHUCK HENDRICKSON Transferred from Reed City, Michigan 2, Kays 2, 3,4, fVice-President 4l, E-Club 2, 3,4, Football 2, 3,4, Bas- ketball 2,3,4, Track 2, 3,4, Glee Club 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Student Council 2, 3,4 fPresidenr 41, Vice- President Sophomore Class. Q I , ,na ,r g C .J in ap., - 'Y 4. F r 'M . l V, ...nf -Xiu! .,....-an 'i 4' l M 1' ' .f 3, . v V.: f T .Ag- ai f aiif ' pus., Jw ld 1 I X - M.. Class of "SZ" JOHN HENSLEY FFA I,2, 3,4, fVice-Presidentj, Glee Club I. BUDDY HUGHES Kays I, 2, 3, 4, E-Club I, 2, 3,4, Football I, 2,3,4, Track I,2, 3,4, Intramural 4, Glee Club, Annual Staff I, Kay Representative, Student Council 2, President Junior Class. JOE HUNTER Transferred from Humes High School, Memphis, Ten- nessee, Twister Staff 4. JERRY JAMES Kays 1,3,4, E-Club 1,2, 3,4, Speech 3, Football fMan- ager 1,43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track I, 2,3,4, Mixed ' Chorus 2, 3, Twister Staff 4. PHILLIP JOHNSTON Kays I, 2, 3,4, E-Club 4, Football 3,4, Basketball 2, Track I,2, 3, 4, Intramural 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3,4. DAVID JORDAHL Kays l,4, E-Club 2,3,4, Basketball I,2,3,4, Track Ig Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4,fPresidentQ Mixed Chorus, Spanish Club 4. GLENDA KLIEN Kayettes 1, 2,3,4, Pep Club r, FHA I,2, Glee Club 1, 2, Library Staff 4, fVice-Presidentj. WILMA KUNKEL Kayettes 1, 2, 3,4, Pep Club lg FHA I, 2, Glee Club I, 2, Mixed Chorus 33 Twister Staff 4, Library Staff 3. PHYLLIS LCVIEUX Kayettes I, 2, 3,451,813 Club Ig Intramural 4, Glee Club l, Mixed Chorus I,2, Band I,2,3,4, Spanish Club 4, Annual Staff 4, Triple Quartette 4, Junior Play, Twirler I, 2, Twirling drum major 3,4. ELEANOR LEWIS Kayettes I, 2, 3,4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, Speech 2, 3,4, Debate 2, 3,4, Intramural 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus I, 2, Annual staff 2,4, Twister Staff 4, Library Staff I, Music Festival I, 2. Class of "5Z' DOROTHY MARTIN Kayettes I,2, 3,45 Cabinet 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45 Secretary 45 FHA I,2,3,4: Officer I, 3,45 Glee Club l,2,45 Mixed Chorus I,2,35 Music Festival I, 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 45 Twister Staff 45 fAssistant editorl. KIRK MATTSON Transferred from Ware High School, Ware, Massa- chusetts 45 Twister Staff 4. PAT McILVAIN Kayettes 1, 2, 3,45 Cabinet 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 2,3,45 Social Chairman 45 FHA I, 25 ,Speech 45 Debate 45 Intramural sports 45 Glee Club I, 25 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 3 qPresidenty5 Annual Staff 25 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Secretary 3, 45 Music Festi- val I,2, 3,45 Homecoming queen 4. .TIM MCMILLAN Kays l,2, 3,45 Football I5G1ee Club I, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus I, 25 Twister Staff 4. GARY NANNINGA Transferred from Concordia High School, Concordia Kansas 4. JACK NEWBY Kays I,2,3,45 E-Club 3,45 Football I,2,3,4g Bas- ketball 2,35 Track 3,45 Intramural sports 45 Glee Club 2,45 Mixed Chorus I. JACK PAUL Kays 1, 2,3,45 E-Club 3,45 Football 45 Track 2, 3,4 Intramural sports 4. BILLIE RABER Kayettes I,2,3: Pep-Club I, 25 FHA I, 2,35 Glee Club 1.2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3. DARLENE SCHNEIDER Kayettes I, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES SMITH Kays 15 FFA 3,45 Football 2, 35 Track 2, 3. Z' - s ' l r sri I A ' .ETB if +- fi- at f - be '- ' , ln! . -l- L 'ras 5 fi 1 figggp Y 'A I, il i 'A .lfgngt f - Maile- A I ' . li- , ' 5 ...l f:.Haf'rg5- V Y .55 G4 ,fi 1' 'ra s-14 .i ,Jfgiggv l gk, , 1,1 '.,3g1f.:5L,-i - i Class of "SZ" DON SMITH Kays 1, 2, 3,45 Speech 2, 3,4gG1ee Club 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 35 Band I, 25 Debate 25 Dramatics 3,45 Tornado Staff 2, 3,4 fBusiness Manager 3, Edi- tor-in-Chief 455 Twister staff 4 fEditor-in-Chie05 Junior Play5 Proctor 45 Music Festival I,2, 3,45 Drama Festival 3. SUE STRAIGHT Kayettes I, 2, 3,4 QVice President 3, President 4y5 Spanish Club 35 Glee Club I,45 Mixed Chorus I, 25 Band I,2, 35 Twirler 1,23 Drum Major 35 Pep Club 1,45 FHA 45 Student Council I,2, 3,45 Music Festi- val I, 2, 3,45 Debate 45 Dramatics 4. NORMA TEICHGRAEBER Kayettes I,2,4 Uunior President 2,5 Pep Club I, 25 Intramural 45 Mixed Chorus I5 Band I, 2,45 Twirler I, 2,45 Library staff 4 QPresidentJ. SKIP WASSELL Kays 1, 2,3,45 E Club 2, 3,45 Football I, 2, 3,45 Bas- ketball 1,2 flvlanager 4J5 Track I,2, 3,45 Intramural 45 Glee Club I, 25 Annual Staff 45 Student Council 45 Treasurer of Senior Class. JERRY WEBB Kays I,2, 3,45 E Club 3,45 Football I,2,3,45 Basket- ball 25 Track I, 2,45 Intramural 45 Glee Club 2, 3,4. TATA WEBB Kayettes I,2, 3,45 Pep Club I, 2, 35 FHA I, 2, 35 Intra- mural 45 Glee Club I, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 35 Band I, 2, 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Student Council I5 Jun- ior Play. DALE WHIPPLE Kays 1, 2, 3, 45 E Club 2, 3,45 QPresident 455 Football t, 2, 3,45 Basketball I,2, 3,45 Track 1, 2, 3,45G1ee Club 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Student Council 2. BETHAL WOLFE Kayettes 3,45 FHA 2, 35 Glee Club 15 Mixed Chorus 15 Band I, Twister staff 4. WILBUR WYGLE Kays I, 2,45 FFA 3,45 Track I5 President Freshman Class .4 :L YI H .luv I T5 1,54 . " 5 z :-If , . 'fu 71,-. QT? . 6 5X x .gil I " 1 I Y x ' . 2 ' W A E . 5 r v .,.:1 in rx, Y fl. -5 ' .Sf Q .av P4 if 273 e f . 47 . 4 .-1..- ' , fc 'wa i Rf N H i- nf! 'K A XY fl K Z L . 5 , ,JS X F VJ . ,f',, ' HI 53 4 x .+A , ,. , , 'W 1,545 ia if 1' in X'3,,' Q Q w X N . - , X we I-. 'if 1 vb ,f Wi f1 ' ' 'l '5-7'rQv'X' '--'W u ,bg vw-wr-s nxyg f ang R Ag X Xf, i I 'Y' .L .v y 1 . A ., n 1 ' I x.,-. RY' . 3 ,B , ' 1 - ' . , W m ul ,. ' ,., . ' ' I - ..-- U A N " afar gs' N , 1 1 r David Angersbach Connie Arguelles wi La! We John Bayless Mickey Bratton Jack Brenton Leonard Brown Janis Burton Martin Burtin Carolyn Carlson Winola Clark Gene Close Nancy Crebo Helen Curnutt Marvin Day C LASS OFFICE BS Bob Duncan Peggy Eckles Beatrice Escareno Daryl Evenson Ann Haga Mary Hannon Kimble Henry Ray Hensley Jean Herren Joyce Hillman Jim Hyson Don Hudson Jennie Davidson Max Donaldson I x' J, . ' .. A M fE'fe.:.xx Q Y- - 5, 5, L, 4 . V H ' IQQMJT3, , -r 1.-J" -:py':,...l, 1 ' ' I , , V 1 5' '-N? My . l A J , s' A! 5 .. Q If 7.4 K: ,.. A tfjfgig Zigi? so -1 V535--1-J kdm lux 'nf ffm. 50 f""f vw, Kay Jackson c I a S Rosemary James ily, 9' Mary'Jane Mahar Corylee Martin Helen Mattingly Bill McCol1om Dorothy Mcllvain Keith Morrison Bonnie Mumford Shirley Meyer Howard Neighbors Beverly Pearse Elizabeth Pickens Nancy Potter Ann Reno Dolores Rockhill John Rose Ronnie Rowe Bob Samuels Ramon Schreffler Edyra Sears Shirley Smith Thedda Soule Twila Stilwell W on Schwaftz ym Roy Tomlinson HM Y W, Junaor Snaps X,- J J 413 as ru. .' ,H 1 ' - I i V "Before The Play Junior Plaq , . ' The cast of characters for the 1951-1952 Junior Class play, "Mother is a Freshman' was as follows: Mrs. Abigail Abbott Susan, her daughter Mrs. Miller . . . Sylvia . . . Bunny . . Helen . . Carrie . Clara . Marge . BoBo. . Jack . . . Howie ..... Dean Gillingham . Professor Michaels . Shirley Meyer . Peggy Elckles . . . Ann Reno . Helen Mattingly Jennie Davidson . Winola Clark . . Janis Burton Carolyn Carlson Dorothy Mcllvain Ramon Schreffler . . Bob Duncan David Angersbach . .Bill McCol1u1'n . . John Bayless The capable direction of W.B. Anderson and assistant director, R.C. Steimel, together with the arduous efforts of those responsible for stage management, make -up, interior decoration and the ushering, combined to produce a play that was capably presented and favorably received. 19 '15 ' r It f4 . --Q , , nf f " Vir ginia Cha stain Georgia Cook Sonja Criswell Shirley Davis Crystal Day Jeanine Downing Ann Duncan Francis Farr Jackie Felter Bob Ford Larry Gamblian Barbara Gant Marvin Atchis on Betty Ball John Basham C I a S S OFFICERS Ge or ge Brandon Ma s on Br ookove r Carol Brown .Tack Casner fi Q11 ,.., Al! 3 wr 1 3 V I H B rg? f r I. - AVI Q. wk' ,sg ,gf f--1 4 y B S i n i A of 1954 Arthur Horst Betty Jarvis Larry Johnson Ronnie Johnson Mary Alice Jones Carol Loebel Daryl Lawrence Robin Marshall rg Peggy Haga William Hodson Wayne Hoobler r Q 'fli- ,-.. C738 dl 'M .-my I S..- so . Fil, :J "fr r . - 1 4 yi 1 ,al lf! -1 f: fra? Glenna McDonald Frances McGhee David McManis Nancy Meredith Karen Murphy Peggy Neighbors Eleanor Olson John Owings Charlene Potter Carol Purkeypile Donna Putnam Betty Ramsey 1-5 'WP Z 4' ll, - A lf fe Carl Smlth 5 1 Joe Stillwell x,, . ,A -1 . 4, V D,-1 Q -3.. , V 1 X Y 3 x if Jordon Williams Paul Williams Warren Worley Paul Buffington Wanda Greenwood Allen Kidd Gary Kosmider .Toe Jeffrey Jlm Miller Helen Pedroga Kleth Phodes Donald Nixon SNAP8 1 .. - ,il 'Ha S f, 1 M. AL' 'ff J N M B .1 W . lg 3 I I A, 5. rl K A wr 'V -4 -5' if 5, Q, M f id mr ww Q ' . H , aim A K -X r Aung N N ig gig , ' F imsem, f . -ffI 'Qff' ZH' 'W 1 Z3 E X Q,?'e OFFICERS 7 X Wayne Broddle Shirley Bryant Dale Burngardener Melvin Burtin Francis Call Everett Chastain Ioe Clever Sam Cruzan Dixie Fawbush x. Tack Fisher , . Lyle Gaffney Vessie George Duane Guliek Connie Hanson W Irene Arguelles Ramona Atchison Dorothy Bitler Larry Boone E ddie B ratton O.W. Brenton Q, y gg, .s ' "' A' 1 X J A 1 Jerrold Hawthorne l A Bob Herren I David Hilhnan ' Lee Horst 31 " A John James Jame s .Tordan Sue Joy - , Harold Joy John Ladd I Richard Lewis Bill Loebel Jerry Mann Calvin Massey Greston McCoy Frank McGee Mary Ellen Moore Jim Mullen of I955 Q i fl x B rr A X - a 4 . , Fil' if M Wav' if or ' A v,' 'll fx., f P: ,Z 13 ' xg A yy K 1 Ky G My I 1, V Aida Bill Newby Gaylan Nixon Sue O'Neal Melvin Ott Bruce Peterson Janet Philips .Tim Pugh Sharon Ramsey I Irene Reynolds David Riley Lauretta Seward Jerry Soule Bill Stapleford Gynell Taylor Connie Tucker Mary Ann Vest Perry Waltman Allen Whipple ey. 111. 3 2. ,T g i I ' M' F llhigl 'lm . . L' 1 ,.-1 fix , ef' 'Lili 1--' 'zlfz 3 . s"'9ff llliilm 1 l 5 Ill Ill I Ill 'Ill I f A RW X ' 1 , Q VJ," 53. N FU 54 ,I r Ll 'ir L15 1--nm l N ' STP ,., pyfa ."l: -. .r I. ,,. ri! 3, Al' all -2 pa:'f1m:.:sr1', faxes" rj mv-y--11. . :......+.. , .aa-1 Siffii W.-Nw .., rw as 2. , .M mp- -r SEPTEMBER 5 First Day of School I4 Freshman Day 21 Football season opens 25 Box Supper OCTOBER I5 Meller Dramas 30 Halloween Party NOVEMBER I3 FFA Barnwarming 22 Thanksgiving Football season closes DECEMBER 6-7 Junior Play lt.....,,. 1 4 ....-.e .. ..,, -fe , ,....,,.. . .c,.,,1 I . ' Us ' r -1 fd J' , . ll A 1 - 1 ' 'g'l,l, .--ef - - "- ,, . FEBRUARY 6 College Night 9 State Debate Tournament 20 FHA Banquet 21 Band Concert 28 Father-Daughter Chili Feed 29 Tri-Valley Dramatics Festival MARCH I7 One Act Plays 18 PTA Fun Night 25 Draftee Dance 28 Eighth Grade Day APRIL 8 Mother-Daughter Tea II Basketball season opens I9 Christmas Pageant 20 Spanish Club Party 2I Christmas vacation JANUARY I8 Semester Exams 25 Debate Tournament 29 FFA Banquet MAY I-2 Senior Play 9 Junior-Senior Prom I6 Last Day of School Senior Class Night 18 Baccalaureate I9 Commencement I Student Council This year's Student Council has played a vital part at Eureka High School by promoting student activities, by helping to solve student problems, and by con- stantly striving toward an improved high school. The carrying out of plans for the new student lounge marked their first major project. Also, they promoted the first homecoming in the school's history and sponsored all correlated activities including a parade, a dance, and an assembly program presented by former students. Another activity introduced and directed by the Council was an intra-mural athletic program. Officers were Charles Hendrickson, President: Pat Mcllvain, Secretaryg Harold Boone, Treasurer. Mrs. Mason sponsored this group during a busy and successful year. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jack Henderson, Harold Boone, Pat Mcllvain, Sue Straight, Nancy Meredith, Ronald Rowe, Larry Boone, Bruce Peterson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Mason, Charles Hendrickson, Skip Wassell, Helen Pedroja, Carolyn Carlson, Richard Ailor, Keith Morrison, Bill Spain, Jim Pugh, Frances McGhee, Betty Ball. K xl. . EJ: kj V libs. A rw XM: 5 i 9 IR,-7 I 'S : A , la as e ri H ,r,. mm ,sg J iii -wav, xQiI"' T 3 in -V V '. w W 1 Q. I t L l ,fi an it The K's is an organization with membership open to all boys in school. This years sixty-three members, under the leadership of Ellis Marcy, have been very actively engaged in a number of projects. They assisted in the repair of damaged classroom chairs and in the purchase and decoration of the Christmas tree placed annually in the upper hall. Especially enjoyed were the Father-son chili feed, the Mother-son banquet, the basketball games with other organizations, and a carol- ing party with the Kayettes. Their major financial project was the purchase of a popcorn machine which was operated by members at basketball and football games, with receipts going to the club treasury. OFFICERS President . . . .... Harold Boone Vice President . . Chuck Hendrickson Secretary .... . . QT. L. Hawthorne Treasurer ..... . . Skip Wassell Religious Chairman , , , , Jack Paul Program Chairman . . J'erry Evenson 28 Kaqettes KAYETTE DIRECTORS The Kayettes is an organization composed of girls interested in becoming adult citizens worthy of the democratic traditions of our country. Throughout the year, under the leadership of Miss Steffy, the group has succeeded in fulfull- ing this objective. Among their services to the school were the removing of gum from and repairing of damaged classroom chairs, decorating the Christmas tree, cleaning of the trophies, and preparation of candles for their caroling group. They display ed appreciation of their parents through the annual Father-daughter chili feed and the Mother-daughter tea. At Christrnas tirne they presented each of the women teachers with a rose. Also, they sent overseas care packages. Recrea- tional activities included several playnights and Christmas and Halloween parties Undoubtedly, no group has spent a busier year or one of more genuinely helpful activity. OFFICERS President . . . . sue straight Secretary - - - - Winola Clalfk Vice President . . Shirley Meyer Treasurer . . DorothY Mcllvaln Haqette General Group ef? , , wh 9' M Drqmatics ,N 5 7.2 5' , ' 1 -. 6 I ' Fa fm . V. W V, ,, icq . . ' 8' '3 ea rss L i xv . ,Wi sliifrlll, I I I II I I I If The Drarnatics Club, sponsored by Mr. W. B. Anderson, has enjoyed a year of varied activities. In the fall they successfully presented three old-fash- ioned melo-dramas. Members of the class have done special stage- craft work and have helped in covering and painting new flats for the stage. Among improvements spon- sored bythe club were new storage racks for the scenery, cabinets for stage equipment, and new lighting. i N fa :al Q 'Sb - N 4 ' Ed 122211: :P hillll DEBATE TEAM Eleanor Lewis Jean Basham Gary Kosmider Allen Kidd David Anggrsbach By taking fourth place in the state debate meet and ranking high at the Tri-Valley drarnatics festival, the speech class closed a very successful year. Other activities sponsored by the class were a night of ser- ious one -act plays to raise money for the stage fund, debates and plays for civic clubs and a general assembly. Credit for the group's gain in popularity is due director W. B. Anderson, through whose untiring efforts the class is made possible. -91.- Speech CONTEST PLAY CAST John Basham Harold Boone Ann Reno Peggy Haga Sue Straight David McManis Eleanor Lewis David Angersbach Eb :V Q s ' V 'Wal ' W 23' " YA- il FRONT ROW: B. Wheeler, L. Seward, R. Atchison, P. LeVieux, P. Eckles, N. Teichgraeber, N. Crebo, C. Hanson. SECOND ROW: D. James, I. Hammon, C. Newby, C. Massey, C. Riley, J. Downing, G. McCoy, F. Call, K. Donaldson. ROW THREE: B. Samuels, M. Ott, J. Pugh, M. Donaldson, B. McCollum, F. Farr, D. Angersbach, P. Wallace, B. Ford, B. Loebel, D. Riley. ROW FOUR: M. Olson, I. Arguelles, I. Brizendine, J. Downing, C. Loebel, W. Clark, D. Reed, B. Ramsey, T. Webb, J. Downing, E. Sears. ROW FIVE: E. Chastain, R. Ailor, K. Rhodes, R. Schreffler, W. Swartz, J. Ladd, H. Breech, W. Hoobler, I. Fischer, J. Hawthorne, 1. Jordan, J. Casner. Band TWIRLERS ,xmgq ,...aL. Director T.D. Wheat arranges 'I-1 ' w 45 Ai VA! BAND OFFICERS Donaldson - Secretary Downing - Captain Eckles - Vice Captain rma Teichgraber - Treasurer n We go to Band Day at Emporia. N ' 2 , ,.. f"i,' . , w ooze Peggy Eckles - Drum Major Band 9, sms' eaee club V vrxv 1 1 FIRST ROW: Sue Joy, Tata Webb, Dorothy Martin, Connie Tucker, Vessie George, Virginia Bumgardner. SECOND ROW: Joyce Brizendine, Irene Reynolds, Shirley Bryant, Darlene Wilson, Carol Brown, Mary Vest, Sue Straight. THIRD ROW: Billie Raber, Frances Bohard, Charlene Potter, Sue O'Nea1, Dorothy Bitler, Betty Ball, Eleanor Hedges, Junior Girls' Ensemble Dorothy Mcllvain, Janice Burton, Shirley Meyer, Nancy Crebo, Darlene Reed, Carolyn Carlson, Peggy Eckles, Miss Steiner, i---V .. JV,-I. -Alia,-. . .. I . .,.-.i-.-, Q.--,ff V - F-.fr . ' Boys' Glee Club in ' .. FIRST ROW, LIFT TO RIGHT: C. Massey, D, Broddle, I. Pugh, G. Kosmider, M. Donaldson, J. I-Iyson, B. Loebel, G, Lewis. SECOND ROW: Nancy Crebo, Acc. D. McManis, A. Kidd, J. Brenton, K, Morrison, J, Newby, R, Ailor, L Horst, J, Fischer, J. Casner, B, Brenton, M. Burtin, THIRD ROW: D. Riley, G. Brandon, K. Rhoades, J, Webb, J, Dochow, B, Hodgson, L, Boone, R. Rowe, M, Burtin, R. Tomlinson, F. Farr, D. Gulick. FOURTH ROW: B. Church, K. Henry, J, Mctvlillan, J. Jeffrey, H. Boone, D. Jordahl, D. Whipple, J, Bayless, L. Saunders, L, Brown, R. Triple Quartet FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Peggy Eckles, Carolyn Carlson, Tata Webb, Sue Straight, Donna Putnam, Betty Ball. SECOND ROW: Nancy Crebo, Phyllis Levieux, Eleanor Hedges, Shirley Meyer, Carol Brown, Jeannine Downing, Miss Schreffler, W. Hobbler, Steiner. W Y - .L .I h- -. , fCv1L'f ,,. l,aV'l 1 X4 I WV" 3 In .iff 11 rf 15ffr3YlK The membership of this year's F.F.A. organization was greater than at any other tirne in the chapter's history. New activities this year included a safety program, a pest eradication contest and a project tour. The chapter's work and social activities furnished a well rounded program for all boys and included a soil and milk testing day, a fishing party, a corn growing contest, a broiler project, a parent-son banquet, an eighth grade day, a barn-warming and a basketball team. To raise funds, the organization, with the F.H.A., conducted a pie and box supper and a turkey raffle. Officers, who, with Harry Coffel, their advisor, led the organization in this year's activities were: President, Hurley Breechg Vice-president, Wilbur Elliotg Secretary, Jim Elllistong Treasurer, Bill Dixon, Reporter, Warren Worley: Sentinel, Jim Pugh, Program Chairman, Daryl Evenson. 'Take It Away, Hurley 36 ing Sec Me F .H the the the the and F.H. A. B ox -Suppe r R oya lty The Future Homemakers of Aznerica met last spring and elected the follow- officers: President, Dorothy Marting Vice-president, Carolyn Carlson, retary, Rosemary Iamesg Treasurer, Eleanor Olsong Song Leader, Shirley yerg Historian, Carol Browng Parlilnentarian, Joyce Brizendine. The organization started a very successful year with the annual F.F.A.- .A. Box Supper in October. During the year, with Mrs. Folkerts as sponsor, group had one concession stand, presented an assembly program, attended District Planning Meeting at Fredonia,. the District Meeting at Pittsburg and State Meeting at Topeka, One of the most enjoyable activities of the year was F.F.A.-F.H.A. barnwarming at which members did couple and square dances Dorothy Martin was Elected barnwarming queen. U .J C7 "W FIRST ROW: F. Farr, R. Ailor, J. Brizldine, C. Tucker, R. Schreffler, D. Iordahl, G. Close, H. Pedroja, N. Meredith, L. Johnson, I. Clever. SECOND ROW: H. Mattingly, M. Mahar, J. Downing, D. Martin, T. Stilwell, P. LeVieux, N. Crebo, D. Mcllvain, E. Pickens, B. Escareno, B. Ford, THIRD ROW: Miss N. Steffey, A. Haga, C. Rowe, R. pp James, C. Arguelles, E. Olson, P. Eckles, A. Duncan, W. ICQR Clark, fNot Picturedj and E. Hedges, QNot Picturedy The purposes of the Spanish Club are the provision of an opportunity for the pra of Spanish and the familiarization of the members with the songs, customs, and litera ture of Spanish-speaking countries. The club has two types of members: Active members, or those students who either have successfully completed or are currently receiving passing marks in first year Spanishg and Honorary members, or those members judged by the sponsor and the club to be outstanding in all aspects of Spanish. Activities sponsored by the club this year, under the guidance of Miss Steffey, in- cluded a Christmas party, a visit to the El Charro Restaurant in Wichita, Kansas, followed by attendance of a Spanish movie. The club float, accentuating Spanish custo and dress, won second prize in the homecoming parade competition. Officers were: Peggy Eckles, Presidentg Gene Close, Vice-presidentg Ann Duncan, Secretaryg Dorothy Mcllvain, Treasurerg Phyllis LeVieux, Song leader. 38 - ITWi5fiiE'R,S1'AFF1 . , . i IS SELECTED WN - ' . ?-llfiP4 linciizze Vox. limi-ku high ,H .mul Aifivwii'-ilisxzi insu'm:.n', lin ':uiiio111xc'ef1i 'lui flilimi-ing ,sniff fin Yi' W U Elfill' '1'-.visff-1'. lllii high :Qi-nun! imws X, K I l if , . n.. - li 4 ug:-is A 'fi- -s... P Ax -'rw-nu-v," new.-sceiigr? were: John .Ledmircl 'Snunders,H Don Leonard Bfowrn Robert Keith Morrison. were: Mak Interior Decoratop: Ami Business: Darlene Recd: Nancy Crebo. were: Mury. Jane Ma- Bonnie Jean ,Mim1fprd, Joyqi -V 'hvila Stilwell, Edyrg and Darlene Reed. . l, . A . Debaters 4 I X-AIA P',iu- v Nfl, ' lt utiif Vfvh --Q xv -' Beverlgl EHS! students, acy' Altfent . '.r'4-'Ts 0, J " W' ffg-it ,1 -3411. ' ' iv.-. X A.- 'rl-ls rwlsren e i Published' 'Bi-Weekly laylthe Jouiwnzilism Glass, Eureka Senior-High! Subscription Rates: 31.00 for 10 Issues - E A -, Ediwr-In-Chief, non smign M'1mBl-YlZ'Ediff0P Q-----.-W--r--Q--WM.-..-.g...-.-..- Dorothy Martin Business Manager - ............... ...,--.,. ......... ,....---.....N.4 Phyllis Dunn Cvpy Editors -.Wm ..... -...- .... -..-...,- Eleanor' Lewis, Joan Downing News Editor ..,....,..,- ....... .-- ...... .- .... ...gl.,.-e.,,........e Joan Hellman- Rexwrwrs -W .....w.. -....-...L--.w..-.-.-.-. Wilma Kunkel, Jim, Memiuan were Edifvr e ----- we---W ----- ----54s.-... ...... Ginger Buiimgaidner SP0l't3 Editor - ..... .......-.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,, -q,,-nw,-f-Q Jgg Hunfer Revvrfer - ----- W-----w-.N-...,..--.l..W.--M..,.-- Kirk imanson Advertising Manager -...,-,,,,..,--,t,,,,,,,,,4-,,,,Ear1 Bail Circulation Manager ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,Mg-4- wi Jaan' Colvin Pm Ediwlfs -V-new-.W-.- ...... -..em Jerry James, ,Bethel wane, 'MBS' 011105 51105011 , , . H i V. Charles GriSswell,,Joe Hunter ununal' Ootfeyvlll " I A , 4 A - 'N -f ' Dgggmber . Advisor, .Miss Pauline Cox, , '- . Kansas. 'S -f-E--il'--mst ---- fl-6 ...lki , i mmf. 'lille ,trip ' DHHS eu om 0 -' 1163 112 0 - , , , ., - . I e and- ga-ry ,Pinata will take place, asyvell as The Tomflfi MH-ff mel Hi Spqnish drmchig. ,Spanish re- i'feHl'111U'T'?'?lWill be lewd- l i Dec., , um, order .lnwel -, lxuxie fliejr pic-if 21 ' ' eg , ilthe 'B7!'9'3-i!1Rg53!ES' sperm lwbrking mails-3libw.kns,4:m..-.4v..m..a..Lf.4.A,i- u..,...m,i.. ......g..... Tnia .Webl:i's hone wedneszlny, December 5 'at 6:00 fefoif rx :short business-, meeling. llfiaifshnigrlloxvs und Jhlittlqgs roasted ,in "the firef, X ,, N 9'4f7l.g if , need . Y- L Vifeclnesday was "Serve My -Community D:1y"g the girls oh- servcd it by spending the noon hour in the student lounge en- joying the facilities and encouvl aging otl1crs ito do so. Since Tuesday was "So1'vc.tho World, Day," the girls sent a -Cure package overseas with the proceeds lliey made selling can- dles. The people who bought can- dles will be on the lisiz for the Kayctte Christmas catroling. Friday, the final. day of Kay- utte Week, was "Serve My Chib ilJay."-4T1ze girls refinishecl the sanded chairs, and closed the week with n .special lneeixing. - Department Noiese 1 'The white ljzxts who inalielilfieii-i Hdnii-kill lVlll'.4AZidfZfl'3blly2ii labnhuvef justflliaifligi, litter' oi yonng' raiisili lH1'S.7 Mzisollfs-' Aingzricmi tory is slsudying 'industrial' ieifdlj lution and 'social .reforml 'Hel-'Q place 'were served as irefresh- Psychok-lgy "lass is St'-ldEi-"El nmnisf' A ' Qfj xfnctions. ' 'A A Ailerv'-.iijybimgsifngieg bu-onli-l' .,-Miss. lsallsami' 85131564 A the v,".piax5av..,QThd: ffehlmnddrl -'df'-has been studying llQW!8Sll1'Qk'l1Q3Tll g 'Heli' adviJ2nced'Q,,iil2eb1'gi, fx :on . auimlra,ti.e edimtinns: X ann' 'J .nel ' 3 I I 1 ': ' 4 1'.:f::" -u--i , .ti,.,,- ,-g,,.,Qg, ,. vm" 1 --4 "1 .l r- - 5, .vigr--g,.:Qf' Q in . Y ,PQ li ,it , tiff .ii - 6 r 1" 4. 'A fr, id 45 T31 Q E35 ,K N l 'QQ "nl, L.. 'Ilffff ' -4, 'll-'JT Afmffv' , ' ' ' V ' i OFFICERS Pres. . . . Dale Whipple Vice-Pres, . , Skip Wassell Sec, , , , , David .Tordahl T1-eas, , , , . . Jack Henderson 1 Tornado Tamer. . . .Bud Hl1gh6S f ,Q f -ix 'Hourly o T131 Wifqffifzl 1, 5, r . I-.1-,--,.e,f'2gLiv.1-, .. ., if-lf l new --f x Jfgl.-152-Xiu,-V .- !'Gr,-,. .-. . L if -- 'B+ 2--1 'Lr?fe.lGr 1 , ' '1-W., .. 4 ,Q V, ,,-'- Eg . ., 'Q 155, w,-f,"5",fj5 'C ' 1 ' - . 'A A . 1. 1 , f l .A'. ar Ball John Hawthorne Bill McCollom J,, John Bayless Jack Henderson Howard Neigh NM- if-1-H Harold Boone Chuck Hendrickson Jack Newby 1552-V J Hurely Breech Bill Hodgson Jack paul uufgack Brenton Bud Hughes Jghn Rose ' iBQbIlJuncan Jerrylames Rom-,ge Rowe Jim Doghow David Jordahl Skip Wassell Dary1ABVen5on Ronnie Johnson Jerry Webb fn Jerry' Eyenson Phillip Johnston D313 W1-1iPp1e QQ: '19 Q 1 u H Frgink 'Gnines Larry Ga mblain Robin Marshall 2 D3 F. - ru :1 2 o 2' ..- o K4 2 D if The Tornado football team, under Coaches Lawrence Blair and Verlan Shearburn, finished the season with seven wins and three losses and third place in the Tri-Valley League standings. The squad, beset by injuries to key men nearly all season, reached their peak in their romps over Neodesha and Yates Center. Hurley Breech, honorary captain, was selected on the All-Southeast Kansas Area Team. Breech, Harold Boone, Jack Newby, Charles Hendrickson, and Iirn Dochow were chosen on the Tri-Valley League All Stars, with Skip Wassell, Frank Gaines and Bud Hughes receiving honorable mention. The graduation of sixteen seniors, ten of them regular starters, leaves a big job ahead for the remaining eleven lettermen. The postponement of four of the B squad games because of the weather leaves a willing but green gang for next year's Tornado eleven. FOOTBALL Tornadoes tear through Yates Center line. iff' A . lf, 1 ' ,,.- . !, - -9 H' a " - " Q af V- 6 1? ,ff a u., , 's r' E, 4 -N' ,,,,, , W '- -- , A ,. ,fl " ' f' fry - ,"r'.'. , ,Jam fum -A gy . i , ,. lr: -,A V I HQ? U' I ,, QL.. 7: , Tvitgbh-.V A ' ' fff' ' Y V" ,, A it iv ! " ,. - 5 ,ffF' A , "1 ,1 " , ' 12:22 1'-l ' 1 w t-1 f' y :i . ,c-1 ,Qv-,627 . ci' fn... , V Elf, . L- 1 ' lr . Ir' , 1. 7:1 ul " 'gahag 'w'?r3'?9 V- V 4' f ""' "7 e ""' f - -1 ,ff-' T' , 1-1 .' 1. H 1 . 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E-afalv-par., ' U." , I"'- '-fes'f,, 1 ' :wif-jlv 'E-if f,EXJg,f.? ' ' " A 'J' " fqify-.1wa.we:rvE:'f,Laqa5g,xr"1:fQfag: as fi .gi I - A Y , , '?ff,'1fexFB, jzffqfvvfirf wfgf..-r,,g1g HURELY BREECH 5 ""-35":"'4li'7:35' ',T+f?7.?l1?' I 1 r L ' BUD HUGHES - e.-53, -Q5 Ll . W, qv d- , .- , ,L V, '11- g gy--.,r7,,'4,,,1.3 ff -ag, Ar- I: Guard V, rf.,..,. ., . 1 , , . . we L ", , .,.x , ,1.,.'L , Halfback CHUCK HENDRICKSON SKIP WASSELL Fullback gud , .fell ' BLAIR Coach h- .1- "',V' .un -1 N' .', - ad. .-15' .w'u:' 'T "' V' 't a if I ...itz ' 1. , -.,- ' , 5 - ..T -" ' ., " " v. I I .:.,2 - J-.--451.2N,---,ann-p-----ug-Q 1 i .." , -I " '-. h Q sr-3 V, ,"' ,-' ' -'N, 5":.,., :..sS.- s,--J S . ,Z-I - SEASONS RECORD 5-ig, f ,I -' ,jliz ' Eureka 21 Madison O ,' '-1,4 ' Lx - ' .ox .iii Eureka I2 Garnett I3 ' ':12.r,, " " 0 'I nf 'V t lt.. Eureka 6 Humbolt o ' ,zffil '1"'.-" , - ,.,T" Q 'Qi-fig., -1 Eureka I9 Fredoma 0 - . -4-.L 4 . I - , --,gli A I' '31 .3 . Eureka I8 Burlmgton 0 - . s ,.: ...,,,, . , . .,..,. , , .X Eff ' ' - Eureka O Cherryvale 20 . , .' . - - 'ga '- 11- .- . Eureka I Planevlew I2 - -,-,--'QF' NL '19-I ' o. 1 5 o , 'rf I , -'.r,.:1.- 3 . Eureka 46 Neodesha 13 . n '.-sary' -.. 'o,.' - ' ' I 1 .--' '. - . f."5'..':: 5' , Eureka 32 Yates Center 0 ' .'.f.1:,-.3 ' .- -1 . :. ' -.g J, ' - ' '- fw: -L, .. Eureka 0 E1 Dorado 26 I '4-.'f'1. "' .P . Qi :I .5 -. 4' v. .3 ,I 4 'S . - . - 1- . " fav-:- .- - - . ., - '-: - E- '-.:1-' . ' - ' ' " :'ff"2-I-.' . - i:.'. f-I1 i-1.-7. ..f7.""! ...i'4""'T' R -cj-'.sf:'?-3.-,git ' ' 112-.' 1--. ,I . an ',....,.,,0,. ' 4 . 2 e'a , ,-v -zu... '-Q fl:-4151?-. qw- -' -: - -"-4.59.-.11 r - E ,. , V'-2-.j--1,.-.:-vs-3.-5-q2.1f'. -. f 5 ' J, , ,, ' . IAC K NEWBY Tackle FRANK GAINES Tackle LETTERMEN SHEARBURN Asst. Coach ' r Quarterback HAROLD BOONE - , End - - " v' '. ' I ff V! v ' 1 mf'--1 . 17 1 za . N L 5' ff I Q, 35:3 'Z . if ' A 6 - . 1' :rl 7549. A at . gv -V . 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Henderson, H. Boone, D. Iordal, C SECOND ROW: Coach Blair, B. McCollom, J W. Worrley, J. Stilwell, B. Duncan, Asst. Coach Brookover, L. Boone, I. Fisher, D. Bumgardner, J 'I Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka SE ASONS RECORD Augusta Fredonia Ldadison Garned Cherryvale Yate s C ente r Neodesha Humbolt Burlington Fredonia Garneh hdadison Cherryvale Yate s C ente r Neodesha Augusta Iiunubolt Burlington , Q -. I V 1. "1 se ee 4' .ri my o , A 'J '- G -U J' "- 'Wi If Will we' 5 5 i N - Q Q A m L rn Eye . This years track squad was one ofthe largest in history, totaling over 75 boys, not all of whom are pictured. The squadpracticed at 3:00 every day either at the field or in the gym, de- pending upon the weather conditions. They participated in the Fredonia Relays as well as several other meets, climaxing the year at the KU Relays. Letter-men Qfront rowj are as follows: Jack Brenton, Relays, Jack Paul, Re- lays, Dale Whipple, Broad Jump and 8805 Jerry Evenson, Hurdles, Skip Wassell Mile and 880 Relayg J. L. Hawthorne, 8805 Ronnie Johnson, 4403 Jerry James, High Jirnpg Harold Boone, 4403 Jack Henderson, Relaysg Chuck Hendrickson, Re laysg Bill Hodgson, Pole Vaultg John Bayless, Broad Jumpg and 440, Jim Dochow Low Hurdles, and Bobby Duncan, Broad Jump and Relays. B Team Basketball Season's Record Augusta Eureka Fredonia Eureka Fredonia Eureka Garnett Eureka Madison Eureka Madison Eureka Garnett Eureka Cherryvale Eureka Cherryvale Eureka Yates Center Eureka Yates Center Eureka Neodesha Eureka Neodesha Eureka Augusta Eureka Humboldt Eureka Humboldt Eureka Burlington Eureka Burlington Eureka l 61' WEB 9.9" 'Q' ,gk L ,ig t EZ: 3 we ' " -H! 4 .rg y .rn - rf. if as ,-1 A-"" !7 CHEERLEADERS They huddle, snappily they face the cheering section, they begin moving with perfect synchronization of every gesture, their skirts twirl, voices rise, and heard is a lusty t. . .T . . . Tornado! This process is repeated innumerable times as they lead the team's backers in a display of pride and confidence in their team whether the Tornado is roaring formidably or is temporarily reduced to an ineffectual small wind. They are always on hand to spark the cheers and songs of the team's supporters at pep meetings and at pep rallies and to encourage good sportsmanship. Eureka High should be proud of its Cheerleaders--Shirley Meyer, Dorothy Mcllvain, Darlene Reed, Winola Clark, and Karen Staten. 48 at pg pggmfg CJ' 'id The score is tied 39 to 39, the Tornadoes secure the ball: and 45 identically dressed girls jump to their feet and scream, "Make that point!" Yes, it's the Eureka Pep Club, an organization equipped with 45 pairs of lusty lungs. They may be called the weaker sex, but they are the strongest and most loyal supporters of the Eureka football and basketball teams. They are called the Pepperetts, a name derived from the title "The Red Hot Peppers" given to the organization when it was founded in 1935. The officers are as followsg President, Rosemary James, Vice president, Shirley Meyerg Secretary, Dorothy Martin: Treasurer, Winola Clarkg Social Chairman, Pat Mcllvaing Decoration Chairman, Ann Haga. 49 ,,.w,. - 5 'V E .- r 1 s 3 -' N' 'i Y , . ky' 3' Q ' '75-gc g ' C.. 44.1. 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