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

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V ' , s Y a 'Q' 5 ' u A l J 2 ' -X u af Y ' . . Y g . 1 Ralph A. Pate Supt. of Building and Grounds Cedarvale High School Kansas State Teachers College. Pittsburg dc, K. A. McClure Biology Dittsburg High School iansas State Teachers follege. Pittsburg Z Harold Sappenfield Journalism. Iiamily Living Abilene High School State. 16f'1967f Mrs. Lucille Spoon Physical Education Neosho High School Kansas State Teachers College, Pittsburg fame Carrie kVebb Mathematics Cherokee High School VVheaton College F. A. Thorne Commerce XVaterville High School Kansas VVesleyan University, Salina . Y ' -- f-4-a--' Nlarvin Riggs Vocational Agriculture Milton High School Kansas State College. Manhattan AK Oren P. Stoner Biology Sabetha High Sc Kansas State College Manhattan Dale L. XVomble Speech. Social Science Parsons High School Kansas State Teachers College. Pittsburg 509 Thelma McDonald Foods Severy High School Kansas State Teachers College. Pittsburg Pauline Schuetz Spanish. English Coffeyville High School University of Kansas Sorbonne-University lfrance Mrs. Patsy Van Sickle Sec'y at High School Altamont High School v 5 f-wee' S K .l i a'i J Afffff' . 4. .' f' 1? . .J.,1g,e." C. P. Neis Social Sciences Hope High School Kansas State Teachers College. Emporia Mrs. Cleo Rush Study Hall Cedarvale High School Kansas State Teachers College. Pittsburg Mrs. Viola Thompson Sec'y at Trade School Field Kindley High School QL 4 .. 1 2 C S. .p f,,. Earl Shelly Drafting Alva High School Oklahoma State College in Carrie XVeaver Social Science Belleville High School Kansas University L. U,-c.fi.f1 S011 --x '7'5i-' an-' A , Size. '7 , 5 -rv Q .5 -A D 1, L AL. .hi XY on 90 X , Y s 'B QEE aig Q4 A-x 5 - 5, W We gvdd 6 g wr-x R I , . 3ff.s!fQ"fjflDn -Qs ii Jw, 0-fjjih P- A 'ri Pi. R. M., 1 S The mid-century class entere dley High School 249 strong 'Ihe officers for tht sophomore year were Tommy 'lhompson l.arry Bowser, and Joe Moya. Determined to e lass CHS utr hid wc out sold the upper classmen and placed Miry Scirbrough and Joe Moya on the carnival throne. Larry Bowser. Joe Moya. and Charlene Hopkins lead the way for a successful J Our list of royalty grew as Kathryn Hayden was elected basketball queen. Those who served as queen nts were Valeta Brown football and basketball, Phyllis Striegel and Betty Hayden. track. The highlights of the year were the class play, "The Night of January 16" and the junior-senior reception and prom amid a setting featuring bells and cockleshells. At last we reached the height of seniorhood. XVe elected Joe Nloya, presidentg Larry Bowser, vice-president: and Joan Dorsey, secretary treasurer. Phil Piatt, Bob Kloehr. Maxine Bushnell, Bradley Jesson, Kathryn Hayden, Betty Hayden. l.ucille Defenbaugh and Chad Brown faithfully reported on the Student Council meetings. Bill Zimmerman served as president of the governing body and Ardis Ewing was secretary Those holding presidencies were: Betty Hayden, Tillies: Kathryn Hayden. Drum Corps: Barbara Brees. orchestra: Joan Caresio, Kayettes Kenneth Winston and George lVlcMillion. Junior Classical League: Bradley Jesson. Hi-Y and Thespians: Clarke Bumgarner, band: Eddie Gillette F. F. A.: and Cynthia Carey. G. A. A.: Larry Bowser. Jr. Red Cross. Ten seniors were eligible for Sigma Pi the first semester. Phil Piatt was secretary and Norma Ashbacher and Bradley .lesson were executive committee members. who were drum majors were Dorothy Bruce. Tornado Drum Corps: Jack Owen. band' and Pat Caliman. Cleveland Drum Corps to the promotion of pep and en three yearsl: Chad mons Seniors Cheerleaders who contributed thusiasm were Valera Brown and Carroll Soles 4 Brown ttwo yearsl: Eddie Gillette lone ycarj' and Pat Sim Lalternatej. ' was crowned I9-lf? football queen Ardis Ewing l ta Brow n ts Ewing 1 Va e was one of her attendan . Reigning as basketball queen was Ardis inee for King Kay was Bob Peterson. Tornado of l950 She was Our nom hosen Miss d to l 1 5 9 ' d lfield Kin ' . ' 1 ' '. ' : " ' ' ' , " b' the bestc ' A .. '- ' ' ' . r . ' ' 'unior year. 's attenda ' , l ' ' 'TT A C 6- ' T - N . . , . I Q I Betty Hayden was c . ' . ', . , d is the D. A. R. Pilgrim. , gt' " "Meet Me in St. l.ouis" playe a H l ' . t lVlcReynolds were the -, ' Y . V V V V - ' , Q3 1 is , rf K ii C ' I -. Q 93 ' . A also name . ' duction of Todd and Pa 5- 1 Ihe senior pro full house both nights Joan student directors. Turning in commendable records as members of the debate squad were Bradley Jesson Betty Hayden and Bob Kloehr Dick Andrews and Harold lhomis co captains of the bask.t ball squad were chosen to be on the S. K. team Seniors making the S L K in football were Dick Andrews. Charles Landon. and Bob Nieman Andrews who was also track captain and Nieman were the football captains Leo Cheeseman w as named Thespian of the yerr The baccalaureite sp 1ker w is Dr lesile Miller and Dr Rees H. Hughes gat the commencement address On May Z6 l seniors receixed their diplomas and high school days became only cherished memories. nk' Q Xi: LfLn,A2f1' -. fm, A. " X "' El A V fl v Q, X ' X 'u 1, -xv, , .m 'W-,' -, fllcn x w V ,-.vmlruvw VHHIMI Al w .4 I . is L .Zh QY.' 49, We 7' ' ws' R 'Y 1 5"L I , M iw .4 , Y 5,5 f - . ' 3 ff H . M ' W '15, .JE , Mi , , - Q 5,5 - ,Wy -1 .Q ,Fw F.. Aa 4 ' X 'S .355 'fl' , R -' X if J ,L Ew'f1 ' w fx N r xn. ' " N f" V A , w Rwgcr Eaigtmg Jwm Hg-WL-fy K1 ww tr' F-fxfww rw Jwm Er-mr if ' , A X 4? 6' as " x 5' N X , L L, - '.. t' ' 1 ' N . . ,Aj XA i 3 ,'?, AA Hurvx lqlwvvwrzn ICM. M1 ,- f I-'ni11r:if50rr Q' 0- '9- if 1-1 Ji K, 1 J -1' .qs Buddy Blogs, Jwlvrmx WUC Kcrmn Linn bqwwer l3Xmx,,,, 1-,,,,.V gw,5,,,gm ggmm, Chgd Brown 13. 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'nf gy? if Velvo Tm' Json Todd Emmett Tucker POT D-Ulf DG -W 3 wa CUI'fIS WG5if3y Wrllsc Moe Wiwnte Glenn Wusvwcr Kenneth W Q N Q A 'F' ' . , ffl, V ' I .lulrxm Vv'ni-mn V niwnm CHNIL-un Yeubonkz Rfxitw Yana ffoll Zmwmvvmon fl- uf 0112155 nf '51 The class of '51 had as their sophomore leaders Roger McCoy, Jerry Long, and Jean Maness. Ann Ball, who served as attendant for both football and basketball queens, was chosen Miss Tornado. Class officers for the junior year were Connie Gangwer, president: R. E, Layton, vice-president: and Joan Jarvis, secretary- treasurer. "What A Life" with Jimmy Pfiefer cast as Henry Aldrich was the first major suc- cess. Seven juniors, including the junior exec- utive members, Connie Gangwer and Carol Baden were eligible for Sigma Pi. Thirty- four made the semester honor roll Clyde Martin a member of the debate team won the oration contest Shirley Gooding took first in the I Speak for Dem ocracy contest Attending the royalty were Jean Roles ffootballj Mary Ann Beeman and Ann Ball Qbasketballj Gloria Boyd was Cleveland queen John Hedley and Marilyn Gatewood as isted in directing the Kindley Kavalcade Jerry Long who moved away was suc ceeded by Roger lVlcCoy as vice president of the student council 'Ihe climax of the year was when the juniors invited the seniors to board the Good Ship Field Kindley which was decorated in blue and white for the annual reception and dance RU H 115 first ron Leon Ele Peggy Benefiel Bexerly Morris Joyce Plat7 lois Wilson Lola Wesley Second rovs Jean Gilfillan Carol Sprague Louise McNulty Bill McCray Lawrence Miller Doyle Brower Third row Norma Washington Mickey OBryne Mary Ann Withers Marilyn Gat wood Jean Peterson Fourth row Clifford Lrne Bill Davis Lloyd George Don Lee Paul Crandell Loren Stephens Gerald Elmore Rex Carr Bennie Drews ui! 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Q 4.. 4... f-1 "D P mr Q 'J 1... f: ,A- J C C C Q U 'J ...- A cf rt if rv P- s-. s , I' - a. ..' .. ts....,, ' -. 1040 CHAMPIONS Oli ll. K. l.liAL1Uli Bottom row: Crowl. Burns. Long. Moya. Peterson, Bromley, llall. Collins. Second row: Troupe. Glass. Vanderhool. Bachelder, George. XValthall. George. Elias. Third row: Thompson. Gavril. Goodbar. Btirke. Crandall. Currier. Lee, Langdon. Fourth row: Backfield Coach Oren Stoner. Gartner, Buckner. Menelee. Johnson. Brown. Reardon. Head Coach "Andy" McClure. 1942 Colleyville Colleyville Coffeyville Colleyville 194-I I9-I6 948 Back row: Andrews. Stith. McGehee. Reardon. Lucas. Nieman, Bumgarner. I:lCiHT YEAR FOOTBALL RECORD Ark. City Pittsburg Chanute Parsons Bartlesville Columbus Independencc Chilloco Pittsburg Chanute Parsons Columbus Bartlesyille Claremore Independence Columbus Parsons Ft. Scott Bartlesville Claremore Iola Independence Pittsburg Chanute Ark City Parsons Columbus lit. Scott Chanute Joplin Pittsburg Iola Independence 10-H Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville I9-I5 Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville I9-I7 Colleyville Collcyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville Colleyville 1949 Coffeyville Coifeyville Coffeyville Coffeyville Coffeyville Coffeyville Cofieyville Coffeyville Coffeyville Ark City Fredonia Chanute Parsons Bartlesville Columbus Claremore Independenct Pittsburg Parsons Columbus lft. Scott Chan ute Bartlesville Claremore Iola Independence Ark City Parsons Columbus lft. Scott Chanute Bartlesyille Pittsburg Iola Independence Ark City Columbus Parsons Ft. Scoit Barilesville Chanute Pittsburg Iola Independence Smith. TORNADO DOES IT AGAIN The Golden Tornado. upsetting the so-called experts who rated them as a third place club. swept through the S.E.K. League with true tornado velocity to their third championship in six years. The gridsters got off to a slow start as they dropped the ripening encounter to a strong Ark City team. .Z-I-0. liven though the Javatowners penetrated deep into Columbus territory, the old jinx held and the next game ended in a scoreless draw. They then forced the Parsons Vikings down with a I9-0 defeat. The follow- ing week the Colleyville team journeyed to lar- oll lft. Scott to come from behind and win I8-7. The Bartlesville XVildcats and Chanute Comets became victims ol the Tornado on- slaught in games in which the scores stood 17-7 and IX-7. respectively. A decisive 16-7 victory over the favored Pittsburg Dragons put Colleyville on top. The club then drubbed the Iola Mustangs. 39-0, and were ready lor the championship battle with their ancient rivals. Independence. The bang- tip hall game. which was the best the Bulldogs had played all year. terminated in a I-I-I4 tie. However. this was all that was necessary for the Kindley crew to claim the S.E.K. League championship. The team elected Dick Andrews and "Hub" Nieman co-captains. Clarke Bumgarner. Don Lee. Bob Nieman. Paul Crandall. Charles I.ang- don and Dick Andrews were named on the S.I2.K. squad. S.E.K. Standing XV. I.. T. Colleyville 5 O 2 Columbus 5 l l Pittsburg 5 Z 0 Independence 4 2 I Chanute -1- 5 O lit. Scott 2 5 0 Iola I 6 O Parsons 0 7 0 F' t .NW COLDI N 1 ORNADO 1Top aoyyl Coleh Xndy VleClure Ie lNIoya Bill Currier Harold Thomas Ilul Crandall Rtchard Bachelder Head Cmch Oren Stormcr lBottom YOVII D1 k Andrews Brtdl y Bu kner Cul mmlth Ceorge Hafford Bll I pt n Ray lNealc I C Snth Basketball The Coffeyytlle Golden Tornado yyorkmg under d1ff1eult1es fought through the 1949 50 basketball season tn a commendable fashlon Coach Stoners hoopsters started off on the rnght foot by doyx mng Bartlesytlle one of Oklahoma s top teams 1n thenr 1n1t1al contest 35 31 Next they rolled oy er the defendlng champlons the Iola Mus tangs 49 Z2 The team fought hard mn the two followxng encounters but were nosed out m the fmal seconds by Independence and Bartlesvxlle Breakmg even In the next few contests the btonerltes veent on to trounce the mtghty Parsons Vrktngs vtho were considered one of the best teams rn the state The 55 44 yxctory came after the boys began to play as one solld umt rn the last quarter The newly msptred nl ornado vunntng a majorlty of thelr games rose from frfth place they occupied prlor to the Parsons contest to 1 flnal place tn the third berth after presslng Parsons and Plttsburg all the veay for the tttle In the dlstrlct tourney at Neodesha the basketeers dropped a heartbreakmg one potnt dec1s1on to the Independence Bulldogs All rn all they completed 1 very successful season by wtnmg IZ of thetr I8 games I-Iarold 'I homas and Dlck Andreves were pxcked for the SLK squad wlth George Inlafford and Blll CI tpton recelvlng honorable mentlon Basketball letters for the year went to Andrews Thomas Moya Buckner I-Iafford Neale Ttpton and Crandall ov. 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W . f' X 3113 5-,,:A-'QQ in v 61511 V ' f . QM, -vu K ,f fl .pu '-fdlw A? My fflwfi ,mu xg, , W , ,,,, .4 5 A 1 2 2 ix I . X 5 ? in V fn 1, Y' 'I ., 79, 1 fax V x - . i 'PE if 3 X9 9 G f. . K " ew sk. 'E' if fi W ' MM , 1 ,g arg. Q g S: Lf ...-TL M 4 ww vi' 4' ,gk , Mgr. ee-f . .Xp bw-r6'fQ5T I i ,441 fl: xxxxxg ng 1' 'ij 1 Y . '55 1 ,A Q I A 'S Vw' , a ... KING KHY Bob Gust afson representing 'che sopkovn 01"- cXass,1-Jas Cxowvld KKnqKhqI hi ike. KKYNGXQ-A K S Ae.HKs YQYXYXQYS-HQ weve Bd: Vchevson, AVA ca ' A SUR OT Don Lee. , Iuxixov. -- fm gf '53 ., P if ..4 A ., M SV 15 x Wm 1,15 sum cm Xl' JU IILPII uoRo'1 m' BRUCI .nrv Ann Paccnmn wm CI'UXX'l1k'Li Rvlm' Qllvcn .ll thu Coftuvvillc Rclnys lw Duck .'XI1LiI'CXk'S CJPIJIII ni the tmck lcam 6 fig AN x ,x '? 'P x 1, Y' 'Ko N Ni' it fs ' v-" egg, Smile- 4 9' 3033? ef , , '71-j'e ' l...x a-Q. ea.. hmm! , Y. 0 Qu-L Ya? -cug d Q05 'fAKQ It eisg, la , , 1-Ke! ,,'? A I QU! H vt v in fl' ,X A .Bl ,..-... ,r , f. fi 5 4 as .-ff' ' we Q X 1 ef 9 ln.: vcscwm blame Punt!! intivdilbual . k 7.4 'Q 'nz me. -f ent" 49-u-xr , '? ' ,f'. , +G be ' 4 ? 4. 'W RL. be wx. I , J Awfoce ., , Av, k nga K: 1 - - H.--mf vcutlesll a .ftt I-M481 gfvice I sa NK Q Tl-e move we git 'fi'-'3"t'l'9"'u 6317 mon, Pl cuff L boo U Oman mow A wg Crloln QQ! Wgry f 5 4 f W lf:- X 1: e vf , v ZZ at 1 M fi 'X ly el! 4 ff gr X Y 'I gl Dibad I. 1-fff QQ Q.. 3 ' l ., 'f q Yi f' Q NP ve? cwb I f f ll:E"a ' UI' I 'v . f'EC'r'M"' Xmqh full! ,'l'j,'rp A P4 7 yN A0'1ff5'lI, ix Jw: Gm! I4 , A...,n.. u .. 'f"wg1mVlla , B FFH F 1 '11' ,."'vvn I . Nw . 4 Wafix 45. N ' CN A : SAGMA Pa Drum C9895 !94 Q , vzg' '71 if X' 9 - Z ' , ,4 ,far .... , 7.6 1 'J I ' --1 Shthvui Cnuuril go v Upper left--assembly committee: Connie Gangwer, Bleliee Lynn. Nila Livingston tehairrnank. l.tttille Defenbtitigh, Phil f'i.itt. Kltiviz, Stiirnes. Center lelt-gseryiee committee: tstiinelingl Jim Kletzer, Loretta Clemons, Pat beott. Bitidley Jcsson, lseatetll lluth MtConnell, lintliiyii ii.llLlCIl leliiiiriimnl. Peggy btuart. Circle-feonwtiltitioii committee: Bob liloehr lillillfllhllll. Joan Jarvis. Kenny Ritlititdson, Rose liellfi Klnrilyn Strielxlnn. Upper iight--iXl.ssl'lorei1tel'loover lsponsorl. Roger lNltCoy tviee-presidentl, Ardis Living, Lsetietnryl .ind l5ill Ximineimim, lpttsitietit J. llnvxset iielitb soeinl toinniittee: sutntling: Clint! ljiowii. Mary Ann ljeemnn, Joan J.irvis. Chniles Melleynoltls, Qsetitetll Maxine llushitell. l3t'tt'. llnyd-gii, lxlklilllltllll. iXl.ii'ilyt1 Lniteixood. 'lhe fxtutleiit Couneil, titting .is the stutleiit goyeriting hotly ol the school, carried on its liitsiirev, .intl .ietivities in .tn otitsmntling in.innei'. 'I he in.i,ior protect w.is the lnunchiiig ul the lirst Aiinull liindley liavaleade. The reiili.t.ttior1 ol iimtiy months' work was .1 piotltietion tonip.ir.ilwle to professional eiitcrtttiiiment. Attending the Student Council Convention at Chaiittie were Xlcliee l.ynn, Artlis Living. Lorettti Clemons, Joan Jiirvis. Bill Zim- met'm.in, Kenny Richardson. .ind Betty Hnyden. .itcortiixtnied by Kliss Beverly Bohan. Along with the Ki1X',1lC,lglQ the gotincil sponsorutl the lyeettm programs. collected and rt'-Iiiiislieti all ot' the trophies. iOIlelllilCkl all the homecoming activities. repaired ii piano. contributed to many community organintions, .intl gave over one hundred titty tlollars to the xxirious school organimtions. This has been .1 record year for the eotinuil, with the officers and committee ehairmiin cooperating with Miss Hoover .ind the Liculty to nmlte our school better in every way. if f,A HU' JUNIOR lfirst Row: Jackie NlcNal1ney: Iayona Kloi'ris7Second Row: Sue Hicks: Yalela l'mroxyn: Dixie Grimes: ljfll Simmonsflourih Connie Ciangwer: Norma XVashinglon: l.arry Bowser'-s-l'iflli Row: l.aIhrom. if' Er ,su 96 'iQ any it RED CROSS Ardis lgwing: Nila l lX'lFljLSlUHf- lhird Row: .loan Dorsey: .lean Peterson: Row: l'loyd Hooper: Delores Carlile: Doi-oihy Snow: .lerry XYallersqlieid: .loan lioolyterz Barlwara Brees- Sixth Row: Clarke liumgarnerz Charles lf' J fs. 'ti- f SIGMA Pi tliirst fowl Pal XlcReynolds. Dlana Davidson, Xlarlorie Brady. Maxine Bushnell. .lang Pond, Su: lzpperson. Carol Davis. Arlene Lewis. Peggy Stuart. Shirley Nlcdford. Phyllis dvL'.llL'N'lSCCOI1Ll Row! Nliss XVel1l1 lsponsorl .loyee ljldll. Palsy Sprague. Doris Yeulvanlxs. Marilyn Horn. Bernard Dolenl. Clyde lVl.lFlll"l. Roy Du ' ' yall. l'.llIl1 Xlekonnell, .Min Ball. Nordinc Miner. Helen Scherer. rilihird row! Connie Ciaiigwer, Marilyn Cl.llCXK'UULl. Dorothy lirllce. Carol Baden. Barbara Pzeelyer. Norma Aslilvaelmer. Bradley Jenson. J Leo Cheeseman. Phil llrlll. l,0fCll.l Clemons. Phyllis Griswold. ES' X so 1"i 5,, wg P+., R 8 . - all Milli I 'L- M w E J E MQ Ns NLM A 1 l3.i'st iow7Raymona l'.istci. Marlene S'arts, Barbara Calley. l.ola Nease. Marilyn Horn. lflaine l,twis. .loanne Bcnnini. lucill: l.ieb:it. fvlarita n f A King. lhyllis Allen. Sue Kloehr. Marily Second Rowfdeanne Veilson. Marlene Ashenfelter. Bob Hepner, Bob Ruther n XX elhofl. Scott. l.ois Barnhill. Dolores fVlcCttbbin. Mavis Starnes. Bill Shores. Bob Sanford. .lim laylor, Charlie ford. Joan Jarvis. Shirley Gooding. Roberta l'ansler. Retta Young. Third rowflirances Hastings. June Stilwell. Billie Ann John. Gay Jcnes. Derril Suggs. Bob Buckner. Jay Brady, Richard Tyler. Delbert Mclflenry. l.eon Holt. Bob Httlet. Vera Knight. .loan Spradlin. Dixie Grimes. Barbara lVlcNeilIy. l.ola Holder. lilorinc XVillett, liourth rowflbatsy Simmons, Beverly lienn. Catherine XYilder. Margie Madden. Donna Owen, l.arry Bowser. .lim Nletler. Gene Hayden. Clarke Bunigarner. Kenneth Richardson. Clair Gordon. Ray Vfalthall. l.eo Cheeseman. Marilyn Gatewood. l.ouise Burge. Charlotte landsey. livangeline Steele, .lean Maness. Nlr. By llttltefl Qltutt' The I9-19-50 robed choir had a very successful year with a series of outstanding events. lr consisted of O4 members directed by C. A. Byers. First on the calendar was the SEK Festival at Chanute where Mr. Warner lmig directed the combined choirs for a concert. Preparation of the first act the choir. Numerous members ilihis group was one of the City. lfarlier that same day each of "Kindley Kavalcadef' an all-student production, was the main event of the year for displayed outstanding talent. many musical organizations to attend the stage production of "Oklahoma" at Kansas group performed for the music major students and teachers at K. U. at l.awrence for constructive criticisms. ln order to make the trip a mile of pennies was collected by all students going. Also. the choir assisted in giving the Christmas and llaster assemblies plus a variety show. Special appearances were made for the teachers' convention. Kiwanis Club. Seven l-ast XVords. and the baccalaureate services. ln the spring a concert wa s given by the combined efforts of the entire music department. l R.-Yl'lNGS .XT lJl'l"liSBL'RG Matinee Musical Sextct--iliillie Sextet Donna Owen. 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Plivllis Domi: Xlarilvn Slriclxlin. ,Xinv liiddoo. Barbara Hilclclirarull. Xlaxim lrini x Suc l5ruu'n. .luauita Kicsvigic, lllvllix llarlxcr. Mcwml liiiww '.luaiiniiir Ciuui'g.'. .Xrlunu l cxxii.. Nadinc Xlullcr. Xlariann Slllllllhlllgli. i-Xuiura llnsalcs. Naomi Owens. Dolciuu fNlcCu i 1 n IN ni .Xdainm lllivllis l'usli. .lows llialf, llizrcl lQmi'7.Xiiii.i Xlaric Bvrii: xlll.'I lynn. Xlarx' .Xnn lninwn. laiuiw XlcNulLv. llolorfs Carlilc. lna Cialcwmul. Puggi' lax ui lou L liacliiiian. l.x'angclinc Slcclc .luaii Carcxiu. lUllI'Ill limv---llusaliiicl lilliull luis Dracgcr l5UllY liulwrlwii. .Xnn l5llClxIlllI1lSlCX'. .lnanJa1'x'is. ljtlisl Clianuv, XlaryScarl1rn.uL1gli. Sul Xi 1 llcggx' Xlqlicvm-Idx. luis Barnliill. lawuiw Burgu. litlli lil-w--liarlxira licllxcr. Cfiwnnic Ciarigwci: liarlvaia NliNcillx. Rutla Young. ljomllix' Cfarr. Margarct liirkman. liailvara liiucs Mui Ann Kavctrcs of IU-l0f'5lJ can vcri' well acclaim a mos smiles Yhlliuix. C'z. iiaiiviivff- ix if Vndcr tlic CNll'Nl91.lQI1i guidance ut ll1C1I' liqad spunwr. Miss Cablicl l. thc Vcar .Xiniing Ili: mani pri-iucu wiiiirlqlpd uwgrl. -WU msnu cmwrx lor Yulurans' Hospitals. contribution of 51 wasli llullis In llcd Cu Cllll'lSllT1.lS loud lmx lu a nsuli' laniilv. SIU Cfllllg packagc um glam tor Navi' Xluilisis and XX'ai Dads. 'llic liAXlx'Y and l'l1anlmgix'.ng Qliapsls wcr: pivparcd lu' ills lli Y and liavcttca. Siuial aqliviiir-Y iiuludqd a ll.illim,'qii parlv Ili: annual Cllirwriiiax parm tm' lliildiiizl lliail-wslqi 'aygk Dall llauglitur Cliili Biippcix fxlulliri' l7.lLll.1lJl.'l lca. .illrimipiii pi'ugi'.t1iiw and lward iiifuliiigs in privalc lnini-,w. Uulcgaigs to liavquc Cfurilwgiifq ai O,aw.iiuiii.c wcisz litlicl Cliansit .luanila Qiuorg: l3ai'liai'a l5:ck:1. Cvnniu Ciangwgr. Suv lgI'UU'll. llarliara llcuslul and Q ximiiwrx Xlisxus lirlnl Cablwll anxl l ax'i:r1lu C,ai'i'ull. Ilig lasl CYCIII ul llig yuai' nas Lli: Scniui' laruwull. llalv. xclling ol cunccxxions JI lmnluall and baskclball games. awisling Jw, ma Maris Byrne and ill vncl with banquet tu be VOL, is ,V ,gli . -- tv' ll' I' Tllx r f S s?w.,, -f i air -an I a g,,.ord T , r'.Y'1" -' ' . ' xv, "' 'A' lm .cI1l'S Y . ill libre t -lieu l-12-3-Kinclley Kavalcadai Presents nl' I l D . I'-Alla tl.'ll' l'.ktb'll . Af"W'- , x fl1el,,,,,,fi ' " W' L M C A Its First Annual School Revue To K' ' ' VIH In--4 Teil--Lyceiiin, Kay-Kaye-ttel . ' ,Conte-ie-iii'e :it Gsawatoiniv, Spec' - f Kmdley Kavalcade Thv -tnrmswl - ' f ,liihi hrtskfrzhfiil, ther-wx lllhll'-V3f'l'i Nl 2 ' KX, r. lriA.Dt-hfitv 'l'wL11'H2lm9l1l' l'l'UlUgUC-Ll0l'Ull3l.1OIl Cl'1'CIllUX'llQ5--'lJllAUClCd hy Barbara lf'5l""n' Ur th" Sell' MN- WM fllllt YIHYWP4 , A Becker! His Majestic, King Kay l-'.'. Prime Minister-Donald Q -,ear clicked A YN? Dee. ll-Modern Lzinguage Vos- I.-mel books YJDYOP , . Q4 f , pets at the Junior College, ' Landcnl of ti. lished by thv FCI' -:OTS Dm- 16--liidepeiideixw nasket- ihelcl, stirs, igugill, here, participants lr erly Hegel-. 'if the rlzuzite that Deir, IT-Jan. 11-Christmas xaczt- ltorwarcl to tome. this ytuit' book :ll he on i:.iri1,f,ty, il, when the fir f with titfisv ft' , .lun 6 -H Vhaniitv iiasketball, spite of W 3 tiwrc l Jan. lil-Ctrltirzihtis basketball. .ai 'I- -Al'it'si1i1:L1 basketball. here. alers' Trophy First This Year "ini et- t 5:-if .- Iwi' KSTLI lnml nhi-r .LL :1z'::ieiii,g hunk with hp yi-tipiiv nl' the invitzition- , lv' 1-- il'?i..1i'L'Il'l by flcfvatitig l 1 f impair for the two- nftcr the revue the senior lllfIllll'C5 i:vm't'xQ,i Mr. Simim'w hue! llii' rmittv.-I :aclllrif Miss .lfvliiiamis ' 'Vhli wziim-:'f t ings in msfuihl. l I ii t inerinan. limit -'erm-, T-larlyiiii, l'itf1-rw-ii-Lgt-wrni-e BL-U-14-5 V, Kenneth 5 ranking. l5r.ivilf".' "'iii. DalD'il.iyfii:n li.nl is bill losses l'lw:i The expt-ri.-iivctl I - Beneficl, Louisa' thy Dctwilcr. l Other rlcbaters Q: X30 'O ii :ir wr I.:-li Eddie Gillette, x ere Gene ln Fnd Um ,gon only one win in the football matches to get into the in the high lot the Topeka invitational tour- ' narnent. U'1l i!F'm' It if Slmflmred bylllml Clyde Martin and Bob Kloehr Rutaary, Kixyzims. and the LionSlwnn fire or six prclims. The ,fithrr teams were Betty Hayden 'v'i.,..4.. .wit -..-.i H iwfivisi-.f hr' -inn A 'Hifi Brzinllevv Jcsson, with ,threfl R' Milancla Bali. Stricklan, and Jun Davisp Becker. Joan Bookter, Ethel Chaney, Sue R-.nn Hicks, y. Betty Robertson, and o Checsernan and Marilyn or--Carroll Soles, Arr. by Don Carey '49, Kindley the Levee. Trouble I've Seen"-Dunbar Chorus, H Motherless Child"-Teresa Cart- Wl'i Juan llilllbiii. 'swanee nite. -.marilyn Gatewood. Arlene Lewis, Joan Jarvis. and Marianne Belt uklcionlight Along the Wabash"-Entire "Mississippi Mud"-Lilian Wilson and f.'atlivrine Neal: Conv?" "Waiting for the Hebert 15.1.4-e" -Entire Ensemble, Sec-nc Il Solo--Bob Hultt with Robcrl :uncle lVOOflXX'1lI'!l, and Mary "lied River Yzillcy' insler with Rnhecl Choirg The City Slickers :uid their 5 sltilcr. lorencv Wright, Shirley Pittx rilyn urn, .lurly Duckworth, Anna ri, Jim 'fiel'cr, Jim Metzer, Bill Mc-Coy, Harold Swiger. and Eddie Gillette: "Beyond the Blue Horizonv- Sopranos- Lucille Liebert, Guy Jones, and E Act ll-1949 fDirectors-Patsy 'wi John Hedley! - kits-"Grue-some 'I'wosome"- allen: ' "Sippy, Dippy, and Drippy iarles Dol gclon, and Dan Lucas. ,.E2E.i Scene I-Narrator-Pat "Three o'Cloek in the Hooper Thomas, Bill Curier, Raymond Walthall, Chad Brown, and Mamon Morrison Scene Ilwlioffey Pot- t'Boogie and Woogie"-Forrest Jamison, and Wilma Graham: "Heap Big Smoke But No Fire"--Bill Charles Ashenfclter, Larry Bowser, Jay Brady, Richardson, Marilyn Horn, Bonnie Hermanee. Mabel George, Jean 349.512, and Charlotte Skitsf-"PV F ma"--Ross Reynolds: Skit- f Aurora John Ke fgfv ,ff ,t rr H ME: I iw it 1 Miranda Kloehr an Act II. Futur Sabrf France' and Ri Sk f: '?? Dame 'Emmet Term el Skit--"Bathing Beauties"--Bonnie and Jackie McNabneyg "Stairway to the Stars"-Donald Fine: Ballet. "Milky.Way"-Dorothy Bruce, Pat Mclicynolcls, Peggy Sllmfl. Marita King. Joan Caresio, Marilyn Welhoff, Chaflffli' H0Dkins. ,Helen Shcrer, and Kay McColl, "Heavenly Bodies"-Earth-Mary Searbrough, North Star -lean DOPSGY. Moon-Donna Johnston. Jupiter--Lucille De- fenbaugh. Uranus-Doris Tuttle, Saturn-Retta Young, Mars -Loretta Clemons. Sun--Joan Spradlin Neptune-J Sa d Dinan xvfw..- o..,.-..,. nq--,,,,r 1 fl - , -. une -n S' lsllylllb formances of revue :si-li-ml. ed and those hoirin, "i tickets should exchange reserve seats as These nm t 13311, Mr. YP necessary stage project was th panorama. a feet by 20. ways. stage prop taken con who hav various Cooper, Pnul Cr: Jack Gi lCont Tillie The Tv ,ix tweiitvflll No Rn llllimnac pxlllvll Zim A iii.wamiPr it throughout the progr ini as follows: Toastmaster Phvlli Invocation hliw Helen Group singing. Led bw Dinwm- 'ww-... av Q trizil arts Cas-Or? hate 1' My 4 S CR ZY HOUSE L Uqkg ,N ik ff P rQEdr W Q7 7' 0- N feli WML Mie Shots Fam 15' Caro t BbHep Wi 1, .T K K Ev ' lm ilww 'utfm-mb Imam ily I- UWQQH Echfnr Churlx nc H, grlsux ,..,.,.,,f......Ll 1 . M - , a l Depflffrvwvrxf iiwiwr firfldfey JCbS:JD hm 1 rv - Dow Luis V ' X K CU? ggi, K ' Q- I HH W 3 I Au 5 0 sg s . ' Q sr t J . A Wx ' K fy ' Editor'-fVVli1x,.mm Rvrwh A ' F Sim vhfdtu Luv, L'f:,zwxCr I-X I , 'I O Agvesar NHf:mE4J Sovrfm n L J Pwr 5 gr , 47 f-f ,fvli , my- Mr: ,-1 Mmzfwc' ocd F . 3 9'- r onis'-- o kner Y - s Euruzthu Gillies 'liitteen Rahsi' for the il-ornado Tillies of lo-19350. This has bsen a glorious. busv year for l-ield lsindlevs Pep and bervice Club. lhe lillies planned all pep assemblies and queen coronations and attended all the foot' ball and baslcetball games plaved here with trips to out-of-town games at Parsons. lndependence. and Neodesha, .Nnother important feature of this organization is selling football and basketball season tickets and schedule pencils and Christmas cards, .Ns a service club. the l'illies have collected for the March of Dimes fttnd. 'lhev hav: sent telegrams to the team at outfofftown games. printed pep tags for students to wear, printed nantes of plavers for the basketball scoreboard. alwavs kept informing posters up. timed debates in the Coffeviille tournament. ushered at Kindlev Kavalcade. little 'lheatre plav. and iunior and senior plavs marched in Shrineris and Armistice Dav parades. tools part in the half time at the Armistice Dax' football game. and participated in a flag raising at an lndependence football gatne there. fx ,,,,.-,,.- lhe 'I'wentv-l'irst Annual Birthday Reunion of Tornado lillies was held in the Sun- flower Room of the Hotel Dale in November with a Hawaiian theme maintained throughout the evening. 'lihe evening of the Chanute-Coffevville basketball game here the Tillies were hostess to the Chanute pep club. th Comet Cadets. at a chili supper and program before the game, 'Iihe highlight of' this vear was the trip to XVichita to the State swimming meet. 'lhe Tillie sextette is composed of Ravmona Pfister, lilaine l.ewis. Beverly Penn. Joanne Benning. Klarilvn XVelhof'f. and Peggv Stuart. Congratulations go to the president. liettv Havden. for being chosen DAR of the year and Miss Tornado of N350 to Yaleta Brown. cheerleader for three veats, who was crowned football queen: to Marv A nn Freeman, who was chosen basketball queen attendant. and to Maxine Bushnell for winning two -l ll scholarships. But l1loSl of all. congratulations go to their sponsor. Miss Helen Cilaser. for being a swell leader. the backbone ol their success. 'lhus is ended the twenty first vear of l'ornado ltllies. and heres to manv more happy decades of this noble organilation. il he theerleaders shown below are front left to right: Chad Brown. Yaleta Brown. Carroll holes. Pat Simmons. liddte Gillette. lleggv Stuart. Bob lrlepner. K' .V H 96 wg Al, -2 A ' . U ' 1 in M HM. Y 115. , ,I . 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'l his sclccl group xx s x ganifcgl in IW-ll to lullill thc mul lor A surving unii. lloxx'ux'cr. it scrxws not onlx' thu school hut thu Commun lhs lxcld ol survxcc, thc glrls lmvc assrslcd rn poppx' srxlus. loorlmll and haslxctball concessions, thc tcachcrs' lunxn and haw scrvcd scvcral hanquuis throughout the ycrxr. lhc main cvunl was the annuul formal dnncu gxxcn in honor of the pruvious XYaitrcss Club nxcmbrrs 1 lhcxr usrorls. lhc Ihcnxc was "Rudolph, thu licd-Noscrl Rcimlucrf' lhrcc ncxx mcmhcrs .xdnxittud lor thu sucoml surnuslcr wcru: llxlsx' Spraguc, Phyllis lcsh and Anna rnx Xlrs. liCI1I1CllJ Capc. home cqononxiqs instructor. is thc sponsor. Miss 'llhclma McDonald and Nlrs flro Rush arc assistant sponsors. s X. fu A-1' Y? Front row-Dorothy Detwiler. Bradley Jesson. Betty Hayden. Clyde Martin, Bob Kloehr, Peggy Beneliiel. Back row7.lohn Rogers, l.eon Holt, Gene Brown. Dale XVomble tcoachl, Barbara McNeilly. l,ouise Rench. Nila Iiyingston. Bryan Campbsll. Eehztie During the 1949-50 season the Field Kindley Debate team came foxth as one of the debating "powers'i of the state, The whole squad. including lirst year students. boasts a record of 78 wins and 60 losses after competing against the top notch teams old Kansas. Nebraska and Nlissouri. 'I he best record was set bv Betty Hayden and Bradley .lesson who won ll debates while dropping only 7. .X team composed of Clyde Martin and Bob Kloehr won the Pittsburg tournament. Hayden. Jesson. Martin and Kloehr completed the season by tying for the SKK championship with Pittsburg. This makes the third straight year the local word-wanglers have either won or tied tor the honor, Brad Jesson. a third year student of coach NVomble. ranked as one of the top speakers in the state with a speakers average of l.l out ot' a possible l. Coach NVomble is to be congratulated on the outcome of his team as well as for the manner in which he ran the Cotlevyille Tournament which was the largest debate meet in the state. 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' 1 1 1 1 Y1 '1 1 1 A 1 1 I 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t. t ' , t L ', t L c t I 1 I 1 1 1 1 11 emur lgruplqecg Well here I am back rn Mars after a delrghtful vrsrt to my natrve land I had such a wonderful trme that I want to tell you all about rt How lrttle I thought when I graduated from Freld Krndley Hrgh School 20 years ago that I would someday be the World s frrst ambassador to the planet Mars It was rn that same school 20 years ago last month that my googl frrend Dorothy Bruce promrsed me that someday after she had mar rred a mrllronarre she would have all the class of 1959 out to her ranch for a month s vrsrt Well fo 10 years she went ahead teachrng school rn Tyro and rt looked as though she would never frnd the rrght man Then her old flame Ed Grllette the famous bubble gum magnate came to town and three weeks later they were marrred So true to her promrse she sent out rnvrtatrons to all the old class of 50 to spend a month wrth her on therr enormous ranch whrch rncluded most of Montgomery County You can rmagrne my de lrght at the rnvrtatron I rmmedrately hopped the frrst rocket shrp for home fthe lrne rs owned by Dan lucas and hrs busrness nrrnded urfe the former Phyllrs Strregel SI hey got therr start wrth a bus lrne rn Coffeyvrlle I Sl hree days later as I stepped out of the rocket shrp I was greeted by Leo Cheeseman the great play wrrght and Bernard Dolenz the world renowned screntrst 'I hey were accompanred by therr wrves the for mer Joan Caresro and Lthel Chaney As I got rnto therr car I notrced that rt was a Thompson Two whrch had been manufactured by my old frrend Merwrn Lugene Thompson As we arrrved at the beautrful Crrllette Ranch whrch now stands where the old Pfrster Park swrmmrng pool once was I notrced that the honorable Robert Nreman mayor of Coffeyvrlle was grvrng the welcome Hrs address was answered by Harold Thomas presrdent of the Coursey Renderrng Works After the cere monres were over I started to mrll among my old classmates In one corner surrounded by reporters was the glamorous movre star Mary Scarbrough whrle rn another room Brll Zrmmerman the famous lron hunter was grvrng a demonstratron of hrs method of catchrng Irons to the governor of Kansas Kenneth Wmston whrle therr charmrng wrves the former Ardrs Ewrng and Joan Todd looked on wrth amazement A lrttle fur ther on I notrced Curly Neale manager of the Chrcago Cubs talkrng to the Coffeywrlle Journal s ace sports reporter John Drenst Neale s team has frnrshed rn the cellar for the past frve seasons but wrth the help of Home run Start! he hopes to frnrsh rn seventh place thrs year Walkrng across the terrace l spred the so called wolxes of Wall Street drscussrng the frnancral outlook of the unrverse Included among them were R Allrgator Farms Unlrmrted I was just startrng to speak to Mrs Don Crowl the former Patsy McReynolds who had just been select ed as the model darry farmer s wrfe of the umverse when I heard a terrrfrc argument gorng on rn the lrbrary As I rushed rn I was shocked to see the two rrval candrdates for the presrdency of the Unrted States about to come to blows Phrl Pratt the present presrdent was about to be attacked by hrs opponent rn the race Betty Hayden Phrl rs the men s candrdate whrle Betty rs runnrng on the Unrted Women s trcket Srnce Phrl ap pornted me ambassador to Mars I felt that I should support hrm However Hayden rs backed by such pow erful organrzatrons as rl he Antr Men s League headed by Charlene Hopkrns and East Srde Lrterary So crety headed by Kathryn Hayden Srnce the argument was really gettrng hot I decrded to step out on the veranda for a breath of fresh arr There on the veranda I notrced Phyllrs Allen who had just been acqurtted of murderrng her srxth husband and now was lookrng for her seventh Incrdentally she was actrng qurte frrendly to George Coyle the famous polo player A few mrnutes later the drnner gong sounded and we hurrred rnto the large drnrng hall for a delrcrous meal prepared by the brllette s noted chef Dolores Cmabel I found my seat between John Rogers the prckle krng and Carroll Soles a talent scout for the Follres Bergere At the present he rs scourrng the planet Mars for new talent The meal was very tasty but perhaps the best drsh was some pork chops from Moya s Meat Inc Joe has done wonders rn thrs busrness and has earned the trtle of The Prrnce of Prgs SI he rest of the month flew by wrth occasronal partres at the new and better Prg Stand whrch rs now owned and operated by Cynthra Carey and Jerry Walterscherd Another feature was the evenrng concerts by the Vesuvran urntet conducted by Jack Owen and featurrng such outstandrng musrcrans as Jack Smrth Frrst Flugal Horn Dan Rush solo Zrther Bob Bollen Mouth Harp Valeta Brown Andrews Wash tub and Marge Madden toothless comb Perhaps the most enjoyable experrence was the wrestlrng match between Rock head Dorsey the famous lady wrestler and Bo Bo a polar bear owned by Larry Bowser the bear drdn t stand a chance In my spare trme I talked to Brrckwall Bumgarner the head football coach at Tyro 'I ech and hrs capable assrstant Run away Runyon along wrth Drgger Jennrngs the Unhappy Mortrcran and hrs professronal pallbearer Cry Baby Crane When the month was over we departed lather sorrowfully but all pledged to get together rn l980 for another reunron to be held on the moon whrch rs almost entrrely owned by Vrrgrl Tabor and hrs wrfe the for mer Jeanne Wrlson I haven t had trme to tell you all the thrngs the senrors of 50 have done and are dorng but they are for the most part very successful and happrly marrred That rs all except Bradley Buckner who rs now an Arabran Prrnce and has 26 wrves Se you agarn rn 1980 I I I I 4 , . 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