Field Kindley High School - New Direction Yearbook (Coffeyville, KS)

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"W 'nga' tara B 206-1 Z: Q ' l l. 1 l l i Golden Tornado Hdminislraliva and Teaching Stall intendenl of schools: Victor A. Klotz tupper rightl. principal liield Kindley Memorial High School. lnstructors7Clarlc Hendrix, social science and debate: Florence Hoover, English and student government: Jewell K. XVatt. vice principal on leave, social science. Lydia Back, dramatics and Latin: Paulene Bohannon. office secretary: Dorothy Brophy, COITIYTICYCC. Ethel Cabbell. English and Latin: John Charlesworth, physical education and swimming: Kay Cushing. commerce: Margaret lflorea, foods and cafeteria: Lucille Gibbons, physical educa- tion. Helen Glaser, mathematics. J. Henry Hedley. journalism, English and social science: Swan L. Highbaugh. electricity: Mildred Horton, English: Margaret Kelly, clothing: J. XVilliam Kincaid, coaching and social science: Warren A. Kraft, physics and chemistry. W. R. Lynn. instrumental music science: Ralph Pate lilorence Penn field. English: Pau Anna Stoffer. li Thorne. commerce 3 biology and radio: Jane McCullough, commerce lresignedl: C. J, McKee. Clair I. Mills, vocal music and drum corps: C. P. Neis, athletics and social woodwork. art: Louise Price. library: Gerald Rorschach. machine shop: Harold Sappen- ne Schuetz, languages: liarl Shelleywmechanical drawing. home economics: Oren P. Stoner, coaching and household science: li. A, Carrie XVeaver. history: Carrie XVebb, mathematics: Lonnie XVood. social science. Callauvilla Baard al Education Clement Reed, president Ralph Morgan L, B. Brant Carleton Winston Bert Shores Russell Hamlin U Clerk of the Board. Mrs. Thelma Mifflin Treasurer. P. S. Mitchell Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. NV. F. Currier Field Kindley custodians. Chester Todd, J. H. Holt. Leon Beal l 4 i i 4 i ll Selden Blass nf llineleen forte-line '35 J vm., Kilrn 'liungici' llud Ryan liilly Knrns Ciunlul lw lmul xpiinsm Cnriic XX'v.ivui. .ippruxiin.ilclx' 350 in:inlw:r', iii llm: class ul ll?-ll lmvs virlimllx' ccmiplrlul ilwir scciwml war in liiclnl liindlcy unclcr lhc prcsinlcncy of Cilcn lungicr. Bud Ruin .ind Kitty linrns lmvv wrvcd .ix vicc prcxidcnl .ind xcuclnry rcspuclivcly of the class. 'lihc luniurx iwininalcnl liilly Knrnx and .Inc levy Im -:.1rnix'.il iiucqn Anal king. Succcsslul ISS prcxcnlnlion ol' llic Stage plav "Juni lNl.ui" .tml .ll'l'.1I11.1CIl1Ql1I nl .1 rccuplim1 for lhu gf.1L.lll.1llI'lQl cl.: lmigliliiqlilcd lla: year! .1Cl'IlUVUI1'lCIllS. 132 Class nl llineleen Perle-lhiee i 3 K --.gr Y""5 .,,,,,..,-1 -.A -+1 lid Neale .lung 'lilrimpwn ,xrlgng Blxk XX'illi an rnrullmcni uf lFl5 girls .ind lfi5 lmvs ilu' mln-s ul l'H3 this year showed signs of topping nmrix' prucuding ulnssu lw plncinjg 50 iii its munilwrs iin Ili: first SUl'l1USlL'l' honor roll. lncully Sponsor Km' Cushing, Prusirluni lgd Nunlv, Yieu llruidunl lun: 'lihcmmpson and Secretary Arlene Black li-il iluu clnsx uxpurilv ilimiigli ns limi xqssinn in liuld liindlcy. Donald Coldxmilh was A dlilflfl css.ix'Aconli-si winner. 'lilac wplwimsrus xlmxwd Allvlulic pmwcss by winning thc annual inlcr-class Lracl-i and liclcl mucl. 'l ln- nlnxs nominrilvd for carnival king and quccn Bill Xlncc and Norma firm Xlclicrlii, Tornado X . l t l l i l i i l i i 1 ll ll l W l v Golden Tornado Field llindleu Student Congress Representing the Student Body in tlne government and guidance ot the schools activity program, Officers-jack Padgett, presidentg john lVlcCoy, vice presidentg Dorothy Roberts. secretaryg Florence Hoover, faculty sponsor, l f . sesame: in i be was xv '32 x- 31 -WC , XXX -v 'K za 25' sp...- N-,J Top row tlufl lo riglmll-Half, l,cll. Scott. Ryan, Pxnclcrxon, Ncalc. Svwiiil row--lilaclx. Huffman. Gardner. Romig. Diggs, Jonm. Winder. lhiril row - Mann, lNlcKci'lic. lhoinpsoil. XVoodwarCl. Killcll. Clark. NValling. Mixx Plmwcr. lfivurlh row---XVilllwcrn, McCoy, Rnlwrls. lladgcll, Slalom. Marldux, Kami. Uislloin row-Carlxon, Vandcrvoorl. XVilcy, Aduddcll. Higliballgh, Crisp. Rlfl'lilfSliN'l'iX'l'lX'l1S AND Al 'Iil5RN.YI'liS iBy Home Roomsj- SI Nlwlcx: 302, XX'ilina Maililnx and Ilill lianlaz llfm, VirginiaSui'l5ig1gx.1nil.laySlmcarliarl lllll. Xlildrul Rinnig and Civnv Mil .lllgllilllll ll5. llwllv .limcs and .lcan Millcr: 108. llarrx' l yrliuk and llaixx' XVilllwrn: 313. liranccx Crisp .incl llcilwil lirigul: EOS. XX'illi.iin Scott anil Paul llanna, 30-l. liinina .lanc Slalun and lzvclvn Carlson: lrlll. l3iiryvliL'XX'il1ilur and lif.lIlfCN XXlCll.lCl7I llll. Marv l'v.inuwci1 and .lan XValson. .ll'NlUl4x: lll. l'll.i licllc ,Mlildtlvll and lllclllx llroulxxz ll4. llulcn lliglilwauglw and Dirk lB.lfl'flII 103 Diirulhy llullnian and lniw U-sllun: lll. llulli x'.ll1tlCI'YUUl'l and Pmlw llixyinl: ltlfi, .lack .lmlrrwii .intl XVillartl xlflfdllil llfi, Marx' .lane l Vll .inil Anna Mac Cfcrnv: lll. .lane Qiarilncr anil Billy llcrrv: ll 3. liillv liarnx and livclyn linncani 303, liranucw XValling and liuilily XX'ills: lOl, Bud llvan and llclly Yiwnlwrs. SUl'll0NlOlll S: 305. Virginia XVimilw.iril and Roscoe Xvliilwortlii 101, .lnnv ililmiiipxoii and .lacluon Shanahan: 107. luis Cfailwn anil Art lrninan: Ill-l. .lanc XVilcy anil lid Ncalv: WOO. Bull' llalili .inil Bula Sqnirr: 205. Norma Nlcliuiliv anil livrrv lliilwng lllfi. luuiw Mann .inil Gavlc llnllllllll HW. Nlarilvn lilllx'll.IlMl.l.1Hs'lllllI ll l, Cam- lini' Clark anil l iaiicu Naxli: ill .Xilvnr llilaclx .incl Rlaxini' llcrrvz Uunlvar rcpri'xciii.ilix'c. Buulur Nlvilluclx. --iv ,.- V ,., ,,,,,,,,-1-W lf il ll l ii Helerooeneoos Hodoe-Podoe Hoo Popular Personeoes C31 'Q 1' ffm .-,H E thi A- ' r . Individual pictures-Top row flcfl lO righlj-Jan XVJICOH, football queeng Virginia Sue Diggs, bcsl citizen of lf!-ll and carnival queen: XVilma Maddux, basketball queen. Bottom row-Clarence Ellis, all-conference selection in football and basket- ball: Jeanne Ellen Tournay, Christmas queen: Jack Padgett. president of the sludent body. Golden 7 ,fr WYH, Y Y ,l 77, , W Y Y H -H H ---- H ,NYY V, WY , - cqufumn cqcfiuify 7 7 . . . gszafcfirzg kgs IJZOIYZEIZCLJE of nzlnzoiabfs nzozzffzi ijoofgaff CYOMQJO 350.51 go 'macfo Uommiea 6555 'ZZIECICZE 'Zi Qld? cg 5151051 046- Q! Wrzdfay Bam! Y f s 17 X 1 Wflfm f' Qs ' 'zum ana! Bcagfa Uozfli 4 l Golden Tornado Gndmen Field Kindley football team places second in SEKQ Ellis named allrconference quarlerback yi! I Golden Tornado wiv' ,C -. pw -l. OC ' "4 4 N74 'llup row. llcfl lo riglmll--Dale lilal-wxluc, .lun l'ln'lps. li.-nnclh biagvr. lgnldic Nvalu. ljryun Rcardsm. Bill vvlllllt, Sam nlcrcdilh. Bill Davis, Chester Owrn. Sucond Ruw7XYilliarn Kinfalnl. liud Sllllx. XX'allacu lox. Carl liruwn. Arnold 'l'urncr, Charles lolmson. .lack Plixlcr. .lack 'l lwnrpson, Crlun 'l wnglcr. Own Stoner. Third Rmvfllmrl llwwarcl. .laik l,'ndcrxxmud, Crgurjac lil-rsniclx. .lun XX'ilcnx. fllarcncc lgllis. Dillard lircrwn, Dcnfil Msnclcc. Clvdc Chroniblcr. Carl ,Xlxwy-. I OU I lH.Xl l Coll' vrllc l-l 'rllu l v ex Cnllcv Cfulllrux Cullum flulllw' Culllrcv Cwllfk' CiUl4l.C',' Culrllck' CUl'l'c'.' SIQXSOX S lllzfflbllll 33 l-'la l,lllSlWlll'Q ll crillfllllllt fu .lwplln ll Parsons ll Colunrluus ff' lmlupvmlmcc IJ lllaclnwll -l .Xrl-xansaa Cru' -l 'lllc l-l lwrl Siwll l w 5 W ll ll ll fr ll ll SOUI lllgfxfu Parwnx f,4vffU'X'1llL' fllvanuu- C,ulumlvus lJlllXlHllYj,1 l url Sunil l-rla lrrdcpunduncu KANSAS Sl ANIJINCSS XV. l.. 'lf Pal, 7 0 0 1,000 -l l Z .7l-4 'l 1 l .643 3 2 2 .571 -l 3 0 .571 Z 4 I ,357 l 6 U .l43 0 7 U .000 i i W. ll i i ' l r Golden Tornado lurnadu lillies Field Kindley's "Persistent Promoters of Pep." the school's uniformed girls pep club, has completed another ,ear of cheering encouragement to Colden Tornado teams at home and away from home, efficient ushering at public performances, and willing service to school ac- tivit ies in general. H-, 2 If r .if 'F 3335? 'iv' 'ngi ,fi 12-62-i . 1 ,. K Q V 5 'lop Row flefl Lo righll+l'lelen Highlmugh. Harrier Ridgwny. Effie Jo Jensen. Jean Miller. Iirnnces XX'Cll.'lClx. Vir- ginia l.CClDCNVlCl1.JC.1l1I'lC Navarre. Second llow7Virgini.1 Harper. Doryene XVinder. Ruth Vandervoorl. Beverly Brandt. Mildred Ronny. lililnlmelh Cirimes. lliird RON'-IJJYIIC liurlon. Louise Somerville. lfmmn Jenn Hendrix. Carolyn Morrison. Pnl B.1l'llY. l-mirth Row---Jean Koger, Beverly Bailey. Jenn McCormick. Slmrlene Snndlin. l5il'll1 Rowe-XViln1.1 lNl.1ddux. B.1rlw.xr.1 l3.1rcrol'l, Kitty linrns. Sixth Row-lNl.1ry Helen Cuoniex. ljorolliy Roberts, Cenierglfmnees Crisp Killl5l'Rl IUXIJISRS - ll'll. XvlI'j1ll1l.lSllL' Diggs, liielil: .Inn XV.ilmn. fXllun.ilex. lower Cvlllfl llvll lo riglnl Cilnnlvs XYillxus, B.ll'lW.lI'.1 l7i.il. Rnlveiln liriin, lieilv xvUlllu'FX. lnsels llvlll llelen Kilmer. sponsor trielmll l rnnces Crisp, presiilenl l r r lernarle Cheerleaders Piloting the pep rallies of Field Kindley's stu- dents at cheering sessions and competitive sports events these energetic wearers of the purple and gold inspire Coffeyville teams to vic- tory. Tl l.el'l lo right. the cheerleaders are Virginia Sue Diggs, Buddy XVills, .l.in Xvillxtlll. lernade lemmies The Boys' Pep Organization is revived to lend masculine support to C. l-l. S. cheering sec- tions and help generally in a service capacity. an 1 FA g,,........' I' X Officers: president, Kenneth Allison: vice president, Bill Scott: secretary-treasurer, Gene lVlcLaughlin3 cheerleader. Bud XVills: faculty sponsor, Harold Sappenfield. Top Row rlefr to right!-Bud XVills, Calvin Burns. George Tesh. Ted Allen, Mr. Harold Sappenfield. Paul Hanna, John Gillette. Joe Johnston. John McCoy. Middle Row-Travis Van Horn. Bob Carlile, Bill XVhiie, Gene McLaughlin. Bill Scott. XValter Owen, Kcnngih Allison' Francis Johnson. Dale Hanes, Harold Bussman, John Alderman. Bottom Row4Owen Cheesman. .John Canfield. Jack Denipsqy. .lack Anderson, Richard Baden, .lack Howell. Gene Hoff- man. Xlarvin Peveliouse. ljnibree Maxson. Golden Tornado ll li i it il Golden Tornado Girl Reserves Field Kindleys largest organization tor girls is dedicated to program ot spiritual. cultural. and recreational activities, highlighted by annual mother-daughter banquet, 'la '-11 J J Q! V CABINFT' 'Top row tlcfl io righll-Carrie XVclvlw4l'ii1.1ncr eponmri Inuiw Price--progmm xpunwr. Pauline Suhurlf program sponsor. l'lhcl Calvlwll-l1c.1d xponwr, Kay CuxhingfpulilifilV sponsor, llrlrn Cilawr xucinl ipnnwr. Sruuiul Row luis l'.1rLcr vim' pr-:sidcnt .ind pmgmin Cl1.lll'I1l.lI1. Cfimlvii Muriiwn mimi ell.1IlIN.H1 lmnqcx ffrixp piugixui tlw.1iim.m. .lonvllc liilulirnx wtial -5l1.1irm.1n. Nlilrliutl Iiuniig -dt-xiviiui1.il ul7.llIl1l.lI1. XXVIIIIIJ fmmlcix scrvicc iIl.llYI11.lI1. IM-tluin Rim' I'x'cIx'u Uiim.in--xt-rrcl.1rx', Virginia Marriott wcml ih.iiim.m lX.lll!lu'I' 5.iliriluv piilwlitily cI1.iirm.m .lulinr Sclirwidrr prvxidrnl,Uuix'ci1cXViiulrr -irizixiircr .lun liiwgci piilvlirilv rl1.iiiiu.in l ,l vl l l ll Golden Hi-ll Club Organization is only Field Kindley activity for boys which places emphasis well-rounded program of cultural, spiritual, and body-building activities. ,lf on service and C,ibii1clfBm1oin rmv llufl in righlrn Clnrlw 'llvim1.is.piiigmin clmirmnng Harry Lydick, president: I2-ill Car- rinjgliin. Xllildlc r 'I up rm treasurer: .Lick Ilatlgcll. viuu president. UXk'fP7llLi Rum. Dlll1l1C1lX' clmirmnn: Kinm-lh .Nlliwn wuinl survicL'cl1.1irmAn: Herbert Kriggul. secretary. x'1I'l.1ruld bxpptnliuld, Wlxrrtri Krall l'r.ml-,lin 'lllnnrnu l5ill l.1.nn, spimsi 4 Tornado Field llindleu Band Drum Nlainr---ll.irulcl Daly liriglmwn Din-gior-C. .l, XlcKcq Ol'lilCl2liS: Hcrlmurl Krigulflwuximss 1n.in.114ur, liill Cfnrringmrwgwcinl clu.iirm.in, .Xri ll.irl1'ialgu---ilrill mqixiur lim- nulh Ixlll'alPI1f.lSSlSl.lDl drill maxlcr. Cir-nu Xlrl,Auglmlin-pululicilix Dillc Surllc-lilvr.iri.1n. Bula lill'-'l'xCI1L.lJll".1NSlSl.ll'll drum mayor. - l- wg'-gm BAND Pi2izsoNNi51. Cfl,1XRlNlf'li- XV.lINl.l Ariiing. l".ilrici.i llmrilc. .l. Irwin liinklcy, .lack Buckncr, llill Gumllmr. ,Xdnli lllllll, liulu lillykcnclall, Ruth .lain l nnyglurnl. Marv .liinc l.cll. Myron lung, Qiuurgc Nlcvxkc. llclun lliclmrilx, llmlwlvx' Rowe, Bud liynn, Mn' 'l'urlcv, lXl.irx' .Nunn Nlillllll, khriun Allvn, lfluvd Cin-cn. Durix llcmlurv. lfnrlr liiggrislall. .lack Ciuuinux. Ciluria Cfriuilli, XX'ilI'i'cil Cfimklcv, l'r.ink lfplcy, l,uuiw Mann. llmcllv Marx. Mildrcnl l'vrr.ir, lluxlrr l.iir, I Cilvdv Slvplwiu: . . l'l Lllt .l. Ii-wis Cir.ivcQ, ll.1 liiulk, Paulv Siiuirv: . . PICXQUI O Dim lknlil Nlllllll, .lnmu 'l'nwnm-ml: . . llOliNS----Yirgiiiin llnrpvr, l'lnlun lhiicli, .Iuniwr Nkinix. l5u'vrlx' NlUly1.1I11 . . SAXLUPIIUNI'--Rnlplm llmrkcr, liulwrl Nlclivc. Arlum' l5l.ifk. R.1yi1iund llinklcvg , . C'OliNl'I1--- liulwrl llxrll, llnrwld llflyllllkill, .l.iik lr.11vv. Ili-rlwrl Krigrl. Xkkiclc Dunwnmlv. ll.irrv lvnliik, XYill.iril Nlcimlt. l5r,ink lkluurc. lilmlon Slvplwm. Cflmrlus Xv.'lllUI1. Ciux' XYilli.imx. lnrcn f:.1NUfl, Rcx lzmvrv, licnnrllm Cimgcr. Bllll ll.1ll, Xxxlllfl' licndriik, .lnckwn Sli.in.ili.in, .limmic Slul'lR:r. l uv llullamlz . . liuklll l'ONl' Dick lgs'.lllX'. l.1 Vcrnc lluglws, Arthur lkxrlriilgc: , . 'l'RONll5ONli -Nlclvin Culloni, Dick ll.IflW.1llQl1, llulwlw KUlllllx'f. Rulwrl lklmlcrs. Nell lklorrcv, .lim lkllllll'.llIlVlA. Clarke 'l'lwm.1x. llmuld Cicorgc, Pauwrly llughcx, Xkfiyrir lung, lhlc lfl'l'vr1lii1g. lUor.idcrn l'vrry: . . l5,'XSS7l7.1n liuwwr. .lim CLINY, kV.1vnc Gockc. Bill Sllllllli . .Blfl,l- l.YR,'X Uurolliv Cfnrrull, -lnlm l5ull.iril: , . l'lfRQl'SSlON-.Lick llmoks, Billx' Card, Bill Cfixringmn, Rox' l5un.ilnlwn. Row lluwnril. Sl.lI1lx'Y Nlngiicu. llulw-:rr Smvcr. llilr Sllllll .lunc 'l'lmmpwn, 'liummx llixilwn. Xlilu Nlcalluirl .Xilliur l'xx'illrx': . . COIOR CiLl.Xlkljfl'fx'l'1l1x'll1 .klliwn l5.ilw llnncx. licnc Mil Jllgllllll, Bill lsdllld. Dick l5.irrclt. ll i li Golden Tornado Girls' llium and Bugle Corps Feminine masters in the art of spectacular maneuvers and precision marching lend added color to demonstrations at athletic events and represent Field Kindley by participating in out of town and in Cotfeyville civic parades and ceremonies. A-an aow I t i COFFEY l 00M 'QQ' a.. Top Ccnlcr7Emma .lam Staton. drum nmjor. Second Row-Beverly Pmgby, Penny Pincgar. Third Row Dorothy Gilstrap. Betty Cannady. Betty Jones. l'otirlh Rowfllctty Bowen, Alice Mac Docring. Dorothy Huffman, Patricia XVillbcrn. lfifth Row-Shirley Morgan. lglcanor mlxton, Kath XYright. Sixth Row4Clcraldinc Hoover, Lois Rae DcHon, Jeanne li Graham. Xliltlrcd XYcavcr, lnscts-llufti Clair I. Mills, instructor and drill master. rrightj Jane in lfcbrtiaryj. Altcrnatcs linot in pictttrcl7Xlart' .lane l.utt. Nlargarct Mills, Virginia bury. Dorothy Hall. .'Xnn.i Mat' Curncy. lranccs XValling. Marian Ruth lccn Sattcrlvc. Virginia Marriott. Mary Ann llcn Tournay, Mary Banowctz, l.ucy Marion McCullough, organization sponsor frcsigncd Lawson. lictty Thompson. Kathryn Brad- Howell. Ruth Snow. qfwmfafz 2, KVVO fzfgiai . . . wifg 6151 nzcuzy corzfzaifirzg uncfazfagifzgi Baigsfgaff Eagafs gwimming D zamafica Q C750 wa qfVaif'za11 :Radio llaqianal Baslialhall Champions C-olden Tornado impressive in dozen victories out of lflgame scheduleg ' Ellis named all-SEK guard. i l i l Sl' I V l lXJ ' 'J Y flolluviillc xiiiai.,ga.- Ji M EXJI of I l . XJ J XJ' CQiil'l'cx 'illc 13 Ark. Cfilx' 1 U Q y - VLJQVB. If 4 Q Cfullcvxillc I8 l'.irwnx 31 V , A 1 35,02 I ' Q LQolla-vxillc loin 1' A ,V CQwlla'x'x'illc Piiisluirfg Ili , , F4 , "T " cgi-iimiiia iii, saiiii ia J' .S ? .W C,iillci'villc Cwliiinliiis 32 F A , ' Qliiila-x' illu Pillslwiirg li 5 I ,1 A 73155 A, fix l ' E Liillu illu C,h.ll"lllln' l" Q 5 5 Suv I CQ-llwxillc Ilirxi-in 411 fl' A 5 lin y 16 I 2 cguiia- iiia il-ia Ji ' ' i ' ' ' ' r if C3-ilu :lla fllmniilu QU Cai liliri li-rimilii Sfgimil islanrlinyl fiiqili Xvlllhlfll Kinmiri, .Klvmn llqnda-rwn jlck pam. l.irllr'- IHL' llldllklllillllf M' .Xiiliiir liiiiiusi-iii liiiil Stills lim Pllilpx .XSSIXIJDI f,o.1Lh OrrnVSloncr. I VL kr' Cgillux' illu ll Suill 22 V K LMIU- IHC cklwluinlmx il .y isaaiiiili film liinyiir lim l wx' lull-. l,niivri.vi1iid, Clilrcricu l,llis, Jon XViluw:, Clyda KWH' ,Hr lmhpmdmu l-V V liriimisivr, llulurl Siowr. Chill' illi C'li.mi1ii IH Iiriify Siiiiaii ixiniiilinyi --Kincaifl Rimini Sh.mnh.1ri. Brown, Cook, links, gmnw fairly llla- I UPC'-,,1 lil iSi,.i:iili l imiili llarrlirip 'ffluiiv liims I riiman Davis, V K U K. IIXXI, lG.XNl4l l itll l 5'l.XN1JlNKiS XV. IH PM r.h.lUlllx' n . XX' l . Pri. lifri Slim Z ,Z 'HS 14 'l 1 'W' lriflupiiaflnin 4 111 .720 WH! 1" ' 'll fgiliimlwii-, 4 lf, 'Exo Ullwf l' 7 'ii lfild 1 iz +177 Golden Tornado l i il ill ll l l l l Eoiden Tornado Disiiicl Champion llehalers Field Kindley teams win first in Parsons SEK event, first at Emporia tour- nament, and make good showing at Wellington, Topeka, Pittsburg, and Law- rence, Padgett and Krigel make quarter-tinals in Wentworth tournament for men. Padgett honored as third place speaker in meet. SEK "' QC 9' 99 4-S17 'gif 3 It 3 an M. tkf' an gfw' Ji 1' avr a qv- '- .,, 96 Ir- -' as 2'6- 'lxui W in , ,f f -5 ,.-r NW- aw Q' fi asf'-I 'M ...7 .'34" fe al .,. 5 "Nu-v 'llwp Row llrll l0 riglmllfClarkc blPl'lOIT1.1S, .lanc Gardner. lD0fUIl1X' l'lul'I'man, Rmcniary lfnxign, Clark llumlrfx tcuaclml. Arthur Partriclgc. .laclx Amlcrsun. llarold llussman. Midcllv Row l oulxc Mann, Nadinc .lollilf lfrancvs Nash, l iamvs XYQy1l1l. Dorulhv Millcr. I f.'II1ifl'XllUllXx'. liulloin Rmv-- .lack Paclgull, llcrlicrl Krlgcl. Klildicnl Running, Mary Ilanmvclz. lnwls liunllg. Krlgcl, lhlilylfll, lliamiwclf. Noi in pitturv Xllfyllllld llaipvi. Ruth Vamluivuurl. 3-9c'Q l r ,l rr yr il ' i i l il i ii i l r il ei ' i Golden lrirnadir lanlrers Impressive Closing with third place in the state meet held in the Field Kindley pool, Tornado Tankers finished a I4-meet schedule with l2 victories. The medley team, composed ot Brighton, Parker, and Hagan swam the relay in l:49, against Wichita East, two seconds under the present state record. Victories were scored over leading teams ot this area. .ff l .J I 1'-as 41 lop Row tlelt to l'i2llll2C:OJCll .lolm Charlusworth. l5red Miller, Bob Penn. Kenneth Kline, X.Villis Vrlarwick. Allen Gilbert. Dale llagan, .lack Brtfolts. Dick Barrett. Bud Ryan, XVayne Cocks. Xvillard Meicalf, Bob Pulains, Junior Parker. Denfil Niswongur, Harold Brighton. hliddle Row4Harold llycleigh. J. R. Mcrryfield. Dick Harbaugh. Pat Duncan, Robert Cass, Donald Bishop. Bottom Row-Darrell Beeson. Leroy Alloway. NValtcr Bradley. Cjaylor Adams. SlHfiSUN'S RECORD CON' PU- OPI? PU- Coll. Pts. Opp. Pts. Alumni 38 lf XVyandutle llfansas City! -tl 25 :Xlumni W Zf Wichita liast Z5 '51 Pllltlmfi 48 lg Tulsa Central 79 '17 l5mlW'l'lf s "8 M 'intra xyrrr Row- e if J Ttilsa Central . . 35 31 I FNS Fl QQ xvichim Norm 31 35 Oklahoma Military Academy 31 13 Tulgg XX'il1 Rdgqrg 42 Z-lr Cklaluonta Military Academy 56 10 ' State Nlcct Brd: 27 points Tornado l Field Hindleu nfamansl l ,l l ll 'l Hr I l r Golden Tornado f-v- - ww Fw Fu lm ,g T x "iw 5 J 'N bv--Mi ,HI lnwrr lull, Sl5NlUR lop ffrnlcr llvll lu rigllll. 'l'lllZSl'lAN CI UB- l wlin lhck. l wwcr rxgqlml llll 5 ! ' , , H xwmur, Mnlcrs, Amlcrwn. llnunn. liuclxncr. Julrnslun. l'.1rI l5l.XN l'l .XY llx'll lu ll .XX lllll ls flyllll Slwrwoml Buckmr I'llllLk', liuwwr. r I 3.1 lm l 1 Ihrlrulgc gum, Nixon, QM, Sccmw-nl mwk Digg, Mclmll. XVhilv, Qlswlw. Nixon Xlyl auglm- Tltlnnxli Hqklull gixxhf' linlilllll- Im' sunt' kno' Llllll. Smlun Xl: ul lhircl ruxvgklurriwrx, Slmcrwuml. XY1lllwrn, Smlun. 'I'uurn.xx'. l.lllg1llllH. l311,31.',x. Cu- B"llU'u nnvrnrl t Ulvcr, Xvnlsun. rlllglun, I. 'll',l5"'.XVll ., . . , . . ml' I m. THA. I luwvr lop Cxnlvr, JUNIOR l'I ,XX l,lcll lu flgllll ---l5.1rIlu. liulluxn rl-xx ll-ur l""" IJYMIU' Skmm Nl.uIn'rw, Mvllznllf XVillx. Julmslun. .Xmlcrwrn Clardnrr, llmvsvr. luv. XY.uwr1. XY1ll Bullum row Sandlin. Hall, Morrison, ljno. lwrn Slxlrxumll, I I Il V I II Ii I, Ill II I Il' ll II, ,M 4 Ii Ili ill I, ill 'I II Golden Field Hindleu Hdvanced Chorus Voice organization appears in Gilbert and Sullivan's TRIAL BY IURY, assisted in the prin cipal roles by Oscar Stover, F. A. Thorne, 1. H. Pearce, C. 1, McKee, james Spoon and Wil rna Shipman. GIRIS Nnnliiic .lllcn l:Ic.1nur.Xxlon licvcrlv lhiluy Bern' linwvn Diiriiiliv Iilndiin .Iuucc Pmislmp Yirjginm Brijijgs D.1'.'m Biirltm Rim Lillrssm Iruricrs Crisp Iiqlin' Daniuwiiiwd I ms Dclliwn Iigrlxira Dial SCENES FROM 'I RIAI, BY JURY XIIQMBKRS Ol? 'Illli ,XIDX'.fXNf.lgl'D CIIKJRUS .Xlicc Duuring livclyn Duncan llorulliv Hall Clmrlollu Hastings I ucillc Havcs lzmmn ,Ioan llwndryx Xlnrguryi Hicks Ilylvri Highlmuglm In-:cu Ilollnml XX'.mLlA lliapl-ilns Zplmn Kaluru Dora Xlaric lnriclurs .lynn Xlcfforinicl-. Ciurirudr Xlnrlin lilllI7Nl.1llAX XVilrn.x Xlnclrlux flarolvn Nlnrrlwn RL1lcm'l'.1'.'nirr llfwrnclucn ljcrry Penn? Illnwnr Im Rice IDimrmlll'.' Iiulwrls I iiili Smlmrri XX'iImJ Slvipnmn Inuisu Sixmurvillc llirlicnu Sluvfari, ,Iu.1nnul1llun'Ifiur I rnncrs Vfillirif' Pnulinc NVickcr Cilndys XVillxL1s lfwllv Yonlmcrs BOYS lou li'Zll'DQll Iiiilmlmg' Cnrlllv Iguffunc Qoclnran Yanni-, Coimpur lixclf, llcmpscx' liunmllv I isld .lim Cinvril Daly Ilngitin Ru -,', vl Ilamlin Clair I. Xlillsf--Director. Tornado Dale llanus ll. fl. Harden Donnlul lloldcr ,lack Ilowcll I'r.1ncis Johnson Vifallcr Owcn .ltimus Rvidy fllnrkr 'I himnms Cilcnn 'lknngicr 'lsravis Van Horn liill XVhilu linrl Vilriggln .lack Dcunilvan l i i 4 l. ll l l i i, il i i Golden Tornado High School lllailress Club Neatly uniformed and expertly trained sophomore girls serve to please the palate and the eye as show group of Field Kindley High SCHOOVS home economics department. CMI XXYXI l lil1fwS CI UI? I'l:R5ONNl:l : lirxl Rim' llcll lm right! lXl.1rg.1r:l liullrv, spirnwr. Mildrcd licrmr. I UlNl'.tl'lMwI1. Mmm llnimw A1.lI'llXI1 liilivll llrulins XX'ulkinwn, lXlCl'Cd.1.I.lCkSUl1. Ruxcnmrv liutlxnvr. Knllwrinc Camper. Srrruirl Row I Iumnnu Cross. .Ioan Diver, Ilrcllv Uuciukc, I5.1rl1.xr.1 Rumi, 'I,hUUf.l Xlaxwn. Cfnrul Shi-vn Urwna lim l ivingxirm. luuiw Mann, prcsinlcnli lilimlwlh .'Xldurm.1n. Iliiril Row .Irvlciw Pivicr. wurcmrx' lrvnxursr, Norma Ch-nr Mrlicrlic. Gail l.iIm.1n Doris .Xpplclmuglm .lnvni XYilu. Rusrrtmrx' lznsngn. Bcvcrlx' Morgan. Marv .Nun lltwxu, QI? GTD Solclen Tornado field Ilindleu Radio Hmaleurs Coffeyyille High Schools Radio Club was chartered in l936 to develop interest in the rap- idly developing science of broadcasting, Station W9VWT was licensed March 3, l938, under the trusteeship of W. R, Lynn, WQPSE, and became affiliated with the Army Ama- teur Relay Network in September, i9-40. More than two dozen amateur radio operators have been trained to date under Mr. Lynn's supervision. WQVWT, one of the few high school stations throughout the country, has made many contacts of publicity value to the institution. ,-. x T No. ,i "' . 3, 7' U y Q Vfwiif N- w Standing, lull lu 1'iglJIl+Ricli.irLl Slriilnplu. Xlulvin Coiloni. lildon R.1uch.XV'll,l7D. XV. R. l ynn, XVUPSIH, irusiqqg limb Nlclhu, Clmrlcs XYmvdw.irLl. XX"?l.CiC. lxnm Rav. XV'll.l l., Dick l5L'.1llY, XV'?l.Cl, prcniclcnlg .lolm Criillcllr. Ciuwrgq Klwslxu, O. C. Qimlllclmiim, Charles i'xQl.U'llS, Sltinlcy ljowman, Dwight l'JXVCUll, Roburl Powell. lilclon D.1x'iwn. XVfll.ClQ. Su.1:t'tl--'CBL--vig:llollaml, llllllxfllf llughuy. .lim Hulul, Clmrlcs Nu-r, Donald Rulhrnuff, Ray Black, Olin Drcilllcr, Dalc lllllrtliiig lglmui' l'Q,HIllVH'lAI1. .luxsc llc.1chbo.irnl. L33 Skiing Z Ajflaafacfa l 1 I ? 1 1 V 1 r 1 I aff" 0? 'A ..f5 Q 1' lil diixzh I I 7 1 y 1 A I I P 'unuzufuzg ffzs frzonzsrzacfa wuffz Ana!! faifamfcai Gzcgaafza ggugficafioni C7a'zrziUaf :Royaffy 5Vafio12af 5l7ZOl2O'Z cgoaiafy gzacfuafsa of 7947 - 'D X O1 .sy X uiglffli. , x ai - ii: -ca. , -13 1 " Dbmflm CLE Qzzfi Q-Slffifgfac cqiiociafiorz Umafi 'jf ,2,1 ai f1,2 cf Qoff Golden Tornado Field Ilindleu Urcheslra Instrumental organization appears in annual assembly concert, music week program, and sectionally for miscellaneous events. Ol9l5lCflfRS: President-XValler Hoke: vice preside-nlaMary Helen Coomes: business man- ager-Jaclx l'muclxner: publifily managerfllmma Jane Slalon: librarian-Doradcen Perry. . . . . i A -,., ,.J-,... PERSONNEI. COf!Dl.'C'l'OR C .l. Xlclilili, YlOl,lN7.iohn ,Xn:l,'ison, Alice Alwiod, lhwrly liaghy, Dorolhy liladon, XX'amla llradlex' Virginia Briggs. Davn: Burton. lgvelvn liennell. Catherine Caldwell. l,slh:r Clark, Cleo Combs. Yannis Cooper. Brenda Crain. l'loranne Cross. Virginia Sue Diggs. Alice Mae Dosrinji. Norma liicld, lzlrariora Gerdcx llllUlYx'Ul'l Gallagher. lelha lou Gill. Alice ,lane Ciffllh. Helen l'lighbaLigh. Delhsrl llfll. Vllaller lloixe .lack llowrll. xl.lI'QlIlI'Cl .lurmxx Dora Marie l.andcr. Behzvene lawless, .lulia Maxwell, .lulia Musaer. XYanuia Nlarlin. Bolflw Penn lfmilie Roesl-ly. Dlflll' Shanhollv. Dorothy Shaw, lfmma .lane Slalom, l.eslez Siixlm, liiiih Xfiriilgrvoori. lacle Vermillion. Rav XYrighl. . , X'lOI,A-alohn Caulfield, Lucy Marion Crap ham Maxine llill. Norma Ciene Xlclierlie, .lan Vl'a1son: . . Clil.l,O-Ilarhara li-arcrofl, .loan Diver, felgfim Rnih Hnxxe-ll, Dorolhx' lane Hiilfmani . . ll l,"I'lg7.l. lewis Graves, lla Paulk. Bob Squire. .James 'loxx'nsenel. . Cl.'XRlNlQ'l4l:arle liiyggersrall, .lack Bucl-iner, l'rank lgplex' lill7Jl74Jll7 Cirimes, Marjorie llaxiinias fn-orge Xlerske, llOllN7X'irginia llarper. ljeverly Morgan. Iglclon Rauchg . . 'l'RUiVlI'lL'l' Huh l'i.1L1lliIllJIl llerlwrl lirijail llarru' lvdielx lgmhree Nlaxson, lrank Moore, .laclnson Shanahan: , . ilRiMll'vOXl.--A-Xlelvzii flolloni Nell Xlorrex' Dorarleen Pvriv, .lim RlIll1fJLlll,l . , PlANO7Nlary llulen Coomes liilin' liarns Xlai'il'.'n Killel Virginia Lawson, XVilma Nladduxi . . IGASS-flireva N'layfielm.l, lheora Xlaxwn. Carol Sqhoen lva Rim: . . SOL'S.Xl7llONl:--Bill Smlllli . l7l1RCU5SION?1lulgwi gmvurl Xlarx lie-,s V.il'iams l il li l , i l H l l ir l l i i Eolclen Tornado Publications Stall Newspaper neophytes publish Tornado Times, Field Kindley l-ligh School journalism proj- ect, and contribute news ot the schools activities to the local daily. Staff provided presi- dent of Kansas Scholastic Press Association tor the i940 conference at Lawrence. Five are members of Quill and Scroll, international hcnor society tor high school journalists. 'Zhi ,f tr' L fm, QV., 1 'RG ,.,, 'ry' 'T' 'ur- 'if' Quill .Incl Scroll meinlwersftlop cenlerl lirnnces Xxllfllililll. editor-in-clmielri llower lelli l'r.incex Crisp, news enli- tor: .lean Koger. lmxinesx .md .ulverlixing manager: flower riglill Mildred Romig, .lNNlNl.lIll editor: Patricia XVill- lwern. le.ilL1re wriler .md .lSSlSl.llll lo yearlvook editor. Other students in lltpdflI11EI'll--BCVUl'lV Bailey. Alice Mae Doering, Clarence lfllis. Dorollmv Ciilxlmp, l,uey Gm- lmm. Myron Henderson. XXYJIILIA Hopkins, lgflie Jo Jensen, Belly Jones. .lonell-3 Kilclmenx. Ciene Xlclniiighlin. .lean Miller, .lay Sl.1e.1rh.xrl. limnm .lane Sinlon, .lennne li, Sl-OKIFILIY, Doryene XVinder, Dick l3e.1tlx'. lleverly l,1f.1l1LlI, .lolln l77llll.1I'Ll. Rulh Vamlervoorl. Maxine Macy. ix f 'W 'U Ci, Ci, X Benevolent Hlnnarehs U1 The llindleu Carnival l, nl tl ml 1 l l 1 lt ll ll Golden 'CJ The class of 1941 maintains its record of three years of royal supremacy by nominating and electing the ruling king and queen of the annual carnival. Clarence Ellis and Virginia Sue Diggs. For Clarence it was the third trip to the throne. ln 1940 he shared the reign with Jeanne Ellen Tournay and in 1939 Emma .lane Staton was so honored. Topping all previous records in show- manship, attendance, and financial success. this year's carnival will long be remembered by the graduates of 1941. Tornado I ji r I I I I I I I I Golden Tornado Ihe Graduating Class III Ilinedeen Hundred end Iertn-one President - - Herbert Krigel - Secretary - - Wilma Maddux Vice-President Harry Lydick Treasurer - Wfay ne Gocke Faculty Sponsor Mildred Horton MEMBERS ELECTED TO NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MARY BANOWETZ BARBARA BARCROFT BETTY BROTHERS HELENE BARTLE HAROLD BUSSMAN EVELYN CARLSON MARY HELEN COOMES MELVIN COTTOM FRANCES CRISP VIRGINIA SUE DIGOS DOROTHY GILSTRAP EMMA JEAN HENDRYX GENE HOFFMAN OERALDINE HOOVER EFFIE JO JENSEN JEAN MILLER JEANNE NAVARRE ARTHUR PARTRIDGE DORADEEN PERRY MILDRED ROMIC HAROLD RUTHERFORD KATHLEEN SMITH EMMA JANE STATON FRANCES WETTACH PATRICIA WILLBERN KATHRYN YARNIER MEMBERS ELECTED TO sigma PHI megfo Honor smitten FREDERICK JONES LEE VIIRTIS SWINTON NVII.I.IE MAE YOUNGBI OOD 14 ' CLHSS UF HIHETEEH HUNDRED FUHTU-UNE X 'K W 1 Vw ' ,. -1 I I if 1--e0 ag fA9':1 'a -'wif "Q 'px W' - Q- o 9 V, ' -41 1, , ' 'o 'M' F of 'if M-. .o .- , - - X -X, 'wo o fs fx , , 'H 5 Qgl. 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Jams in-a! :T .2212 43 U 'L il ' Z QL ' 445 f I - M L MHA W lg 1 I 'I ' 1 D5 - r N- ll i Graduates urithuut Pictures .f',f'Zf ff F.I.',Lf,T ' ar. , .,f, .1.- .-:- ', -., D-,,., .. v ., ..-. f-- ,-,.. , n.'ff.::r.r.:, 3,'.7f:.' P. Brin Fm'-,z ' PLUL f ffzf' ff Cfff Li JPIT Fil'-'vwff X lf! 'L-as' G,'.sf,:::grr Puff: li f Jil 771' YASA.. L52::,f. Eff l' uf ..i C12 EZI.5.5::i 'EAI-E" l. li lteuru Graduates W , ,, W, I 1 ', ' ' "' ' -, 3 . Q X ' .J " ya, " W ' ' ff 471 it , ef ,t , ff , ffm., Lll.l,lfxll l1.lX'f ,tl Vlitlll., Alll iff OH l+'lfx'fHELLli '.Al3Cfl.i THU?-1 ll..l.lfxl-1.2 l:2f179Q'f'?f'r' lfxFf-fi f fl! l-f. :CSI17 L L'7f .'1'Q.' P' Officers of the Dunbar Club, Field Kindley High School organization for Negro students, are as follows: president, Henry Williams: Congress representative, and vice president, Booker Medlockg secretary, Doris Berry: sergeant-at-arms, Albert Woods. Miss Dorothy Brophy was faculty sponsor of the group. Q ll 01' l ' ' --'-- , .l .T af: Hilti?-41- .r I lop row llCl'l ln right!---l cc Vurtis Swinton, XVilli.1m tluhnwn. llnokcr Nlctllmlx, ll.rriwr lrnxv llrnrv XYil- , li.ims, .lulin Glass. Muuricc Manley. llrrmnn Pills, .lvsxicSl.irr, Pcrcy liriluv Sccoml row Nlurx' llirriignrt. .lrwcll lligc. .lain llurlwoocl. Ixlllhl Mac l5lourn.xx', Cfucilla Nlulvin. ltrcxlirm xll.'XLl.1l1lX, Ncrlrv .Ml.iir. lcv lxrlivr llixrort. Ol.: Mar Nulvn, l,A'I'lUl1.1 llrrown. li.lllICfll'lU XVomls. 'llilrtl row--Vlfvn .lomw .'Xnn.i liiwtl lit-itx' llinrnpwn. .lU.ll1L'll.l Julmwn, Olcllv Cfrnwlord. cllll'lNlll1C.lUlll1SUl1, Doris Brrrv, l mix Nlnrliri. l'll.1 XY.lXlllI1glUl1. .Xlrrirrn Chllins. llclcn Norwnml. llnllurn rowvllolwlric l.cr. Cluncvn Collinx. Yulnm l'ix'llll. Mnlwl XVomls. lllilli licllylrrcw, l rum XViIwn. liulli liriggim. Marx' l5og.1rwv, llitllt' kloslcv. Vivinrr Sl.1llglHx'f. ,lrrolinr Cirrus. t l Golden Tornado il l l l l i l il Golden Tcnrnado Girls Hlhlelic llssucialiiin ndley's feminine sports enthusiasts organize to conduct an intra-mural program of recreational and health-building activities tor all seasons. Membership is open to all girls in school interested in the organizations program, Lucille Gibbons sponsors group. l :F ' , 2 Q A 'aa an rf , Ji- "'J"? Nc -r Q My ha' . AQ . ' Ji 1, ...I if f I Xlcrnbcrs n Mildred R lrln Cabinet llcfz to righzl-.lunrinc lillcn Tournny, vice president: Dorothy Huffman, president omig. lrcasurcr: Marian Cicisslcr, point manager: Pal Barllc. sports nmnagvrg Iiranccs Crisp, secretary. C0 l l l l Golden Tornado Tornado ihinclads Successful Track and field accomplishments reflect increased interest in major spring sport, Relay teams are impressive in all meets. 'I' af. Top row tleft to rightl-William Kincaid, assistant coach: Clyde Chronister. Fred Campbell, Harold Jaggers. Charles Johnson. Jack Pfister, Oren Stoner. coach. Middle row-Cuenc Cook. Byron Reardon, Jack Henisey, Gordon Maxson, Scott Kendrick, Carl Alvey. Isaac Cullison. Bottom row-Bill Davis. Buster Lair, Dale Hanes, Paul Baker, Robert Fields, Theron Crozier. Laurence Benning. Not in picture-Dillard Brown. Albert XVoocl:z. Sirvaneous Mitchell. Henry XVilliams, Truman XVilliams. Earl NVil- Iiams, Floyd Hooks, Sam Meredith, Ardell Van Sickle, Loren xxffighl. 9-9c'Q Spring Sports Hold Interest ul lllanu t ' hovvri b Field Kindley boys participating in the schools Creat interest in minor spor s is s y complete athletic program. Selden Bi 4 ij' -4" V Q ' -i c, 4 TENNIS SQU.-XD IOP row llelil In righll-Joe l.eVy, Glen Tongier, Denlil Niswonger. Kenneth Allison, Jack liraree. XYillard Metcalf, lgldon Stephens. Harold Sappenfinld, coach. Beiuoin mw7Jaclx Buckner, Bob Kounler, Gordon Huggins. Myron Henderson. .lim Phelps. Bill Goodbar, lflvis XVillhire. GOI I- SQUAD top row llefl to right lflimb Penn, George Biggs, Charles Smith, Bud Ryan. Paul Ed Hurley, Bill Carrington, Bob Kuvkendall. Stanley Nlagnexs. lranli Mercure. Mme Neis, coach. Biuiloin riwwYDarrell Beeson, Donald Holder. Donald Bishop. Bill Pope. Hilbert Slover, Dick Harhaugh, Donald XX'milen, Ciilen Keele. Jim Rulhrauff. NOT IN PlC'lil-'Rl3--Jael-. Howell. Russell Hamlin. .luhn Caulfield. V5 Tornado GQKWWLCDQS Qqufo 'za Q ,qT,s,A,Qg..,mL14vQf6'U1fQfUQ75fJfl MM 7:-IQQLQ ALLJZUMM ww, z1M J.M 0 ' , ,F- QJ17,f mn14zJ Q14 LT- -Q ,v 9,5 4LQ 1aQf 1a4nm Z W? 3 ,f if , fffg Af- lv jxl.fl,gp5,x igyl-X, x ,,L7 , Q x fi E: 5? XX 143 X A? 1 5 xl 9 3 4 lx g 1 nt' F2 '7 yi, - ixl gf ik, Q: GQ ,N C R., , E X. X A. Y AP I WV 1 we I C iff GMM If va? 4, Qff -NZM I I I I I I


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