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

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SOPHOMORES ROW ONE: Ethel Shade, Dorothy Shamblin, Phyllis Shamblin, David Shelton, Wayne Schultz, Owen Siemmens, Robert Simon. ROW TWO: Ellen Sitsler, James Skidmore, Lenora Skinner, Bill Smith, Delbert Smith, Jerry Smith, Linda Smith, ROW THREE: Bob Smith, Ronnie Smith, Sandra Smith, Sue Smith, llarold Soles, Susan Sortore, Allen Sparks. ROW FOUR: Bryson Sprague, Ray Wagner, Rita Stapleton, Mary Sue Wadley, Sandra Staton. ROM' FIVE: Don Stevens, Suzanne Stoner, John Stout, John Vowell, Alvia Stroud. ROW SIX: Royce Stubblefield, Terry Sullivan, George Vaughn, Danny Teehee, Janice Temple ROW SEVEN: Diana Tharp, Harold Thomas, Jim Thomas, Blanche Vest, Jackie Thompson, ROW EIGI-IT: Wilson Thurston, William Toliver, Steve Tongier, Phyllis Tosh, Patty Towery. ROW NINE: Sue Turgon, Lakawanna Underwood, Nisha Unsell, Billy Urban, Hazel Vanderpool, And .9 aluiaqa will 5 4. L. 5' D V 7 ,Q i . --J t I f af 2' Q ar' ' 5 . it af' v -:ve - E525 7 io-- r 'Q li it f l t ivy, if 4 V I si' ' , 'S it.: WE ig? ae s l 1 sg, ,- Jv.. , ! if J ff W':.t i if 5? ,, , "s. is ,Qt , '6tr"' f E . fi' l' s, E, at 1' ,Q , 4 ai rn, az X'-A f. 47.-r vv i K Class of '59 We 2 Row ONE: Calvin Nicolas, Carol Nielsen, Annie Nitz, Lavonne Nolen, Ronnie Norfleet, Y ' Judy Nutter, Don Olinger. X , N f if ROW TWO: Saundra Parsons, Bernice Payden, 55 , Carol Warner, Sammy Pennington, Jim Phillips Raymond Plummer, Larry Pitts. ROW THREE: Saundra Pool, Dick Poorboy, Mary Ann Warburton, Jerry Powell, Robert X Q - Price, Ruth Price, Hugh Priddy, if 7 - ROW FOUR: Marjorie Purcell, La Donna Quinn, V 5 Edward Reaves, Hattie Jean Reed, Maxine Reed. ,' ROW FIVE: Rex Rees, David Renz, Irene. ' X Reynolds, Toinnty Rhinehart, jackie Richard. ROW SIX: Pat Richardson, Barbara Roberts, Richard Robertson, Marydel Robinson, Willie 5, ,3 L , 2 -, Ross. -t ,L , ,ge ROW SEVEN: Barbara Royal, Charlotte Rutledge, CI' lffj' Helen Rutter, Johnny Sanchez, Jackie Sanders, q ' ROW EIGHT: Earnestine Waltrip, Richard Sands P , 5 Janice Sappenfield, Fred Savage, Henry i 'wax Schichtle, Joe Schadeberg. ROW NINE: Naomi Walker, Roy Wagner, Bruce Scott, Chester Scott, Mary Scott, Carl Seger, ' ,P ' 6? Richard Seiger. ,yay 1 s A r I A 5, .L Q... I A7 ,' " sv , e y, R .ii R v X rx - T? S ' . 1, . Q , I ' X X- XV y I ' 5 I A it , J ,A an 6 QL, Q 'fr A . , Q- V ,tv J WJ t X ,. . X , x 1 W K . ,T ,. -M 'gf-vi -' ' I 2 J - , . 5 Q A gs' - I Amrfgf 'W ' N J X Y' ,rf It J I , :Ni VK. i A fa - 7- e :L ,fix I ,gg , . JV - K A I Q V I ., K if la J, P-' 4' rx , "" ' K 1 J , 5 D is ,Li 4- - '-' X ' f ,:, ' - J ,xy Q J :Zz '. f, ,, A:-1' , . ,X I S., ,, L' J if TS, -M- tg V , Q if '6-N" 4 1"i'- - - E Q 4 tl 6 5' V Y. v A , 1. 5, 9 ' N n s X Y ' lk 'v I 16 731. 2 T- ' ,- e u:, Aww-1 :,L', Q .xy we ' 4 ., J i,.',, vu Ir: J vllllll: 3 If fl?--:7'.:::::-J it ' SOPHOMCRES ROW ONE: Merlene Kinchelse, Dave Kinder- father, Janice Kinsch, Maurice Knight, Judy Kriebel, Linda Kuhns, Wilfred La Forte. ROW TWO: Roy Laird, Karon Lamb, William Lasker, Alfred Lay, Marybelle Lester, Janice Lewis, Phyllis Lewis. ROW THREE: Whitney Lewis, Richard Locke, Marilyn London, Jean Low, Waltra Jean Lowrance, Ronnie Lusk, Don Mangels. ROW FOUR Connie Manley, Harriett Martin, Jimmy Martin, Sue Martin, Bette Mavers. ROW FIVE: Doug Maxson, Ernest Mayes, Eugene May, Brenda McClausland, Carol McClelland, ROW SIX: Gloria McCool, Donald McCord, Berna McCormick, Don McFerrin, Sharon McGlothlin. ROW SEVEN: Mary McIntosh, Johnnie McKellips Aprila Mcwhirl, Becky Medsker, Jim Meek, ROW EIGHT: Tony Miranda, Carol Mohler, Jo Moomaw, Bob Moon, Freddie Muller, Mary Jane Weimer, ROW NINE: Beth Mummert, Johnny Murray, Shirley Neria, Bill Nickel, Donna Kay Nickel, Joe Webb, Jeanne Elaine Warner, A Ji '1r. J, A. 1 l H2 il YT' 1 fx , '95 H -N A17 Jw. 'y Mt . Q A , , 4 ..- ,Q ,. J V Q ' 3 ' 4 Class of '59 ROM ONE: Carroll Gatlin, Wayne Gibson, Daxid Good, Barbara Graham, Yvonne Wilbern, L3aryGrtffitJ1s, Nona Hackler. RUM' TWO: Melinda Hall, Pat Harrington, Arthur Harrison, Nathaniel Harris, Jewell Hartzell, Kenneth llcacoch, Bryon Heady. ROM' THREE: James Heady, Jetrle llizllretiluerg, Don Hepner, Marion Harrington, Patricia Hester, Charles Higgins, Ronnie Hilderbrand, ROV! FOUR: Ken Hobbs, Sidney Hodges, Tony Hoffman, Shirley Jlolderbauni, Eloise Holmes, ROM FIVE: Irene Holmes, Jimmy Hugo, Bill Hulsey, Rae Dell Hutton, Herman Irvin, ROM SlXg Cary Jackson, Phyllis Jackson, Raymond Jackson, Judy Jaminet, Carolyn Jared. ROM SEVEN: Eddie Jenkins, Roy JoQr.tson, Eugene Jones, Judith Jones, Wayne Jones. RUM EIGHTQ Charles Wheeler, A1onroeJoplin, Carolyn Jordan, Barbara Journeyt alre, Carolyn Kaufftnati, Sharon Kaufman, Rim' NINE: John Knzttaclr, Sharon Xselsh, Calvin Keene, Jndy Keller, Jerry Kepner, Pat liilcoyne, Darrel Kintbrel. mlm! .. rf A, '-r-" S? Qui I R3 my 5 J ,J ' rw ,,,, ,E 9 - nf' J has . gal ' -I ,v-' ' 'Z , ' X, 3' 1 JH ,S , 5 a 5 r 1..- ,vw f Q 42 tal- - -'ls at s. , kai. sv , J J 1 g,.. 8 tr. ,J-. A ,f"f'i':, I l 7 ,-flaw, JIFTWY 1 ',.. tL.'Q:t X L, ,. V , .fb iw, " 2 AF' 2,1 U' 4Xf ' 5 I V I X It 1 gif , -. . 5.. 0... KE' Li" ,lf 'N 'Wm ,goto ,Y 2 it ,l' if 75 1 'rar' J lo-N xr - an y YT" , , -4 J ,J fs! NIT 1,1 J 'E . , W-. we?-35 K ,.,.r Ex if Q vs- Y,- 'Z wg 6 -or ,. I v. Q Y, 4 i :L fs- xx . , " A , fe ' ' 1, f . 3 ' V "' ff g v tg 55 vi v- , , , X I X xx Q f WJ' X 'I 3 P' xl T.. is S- il' 'Ei . ,D Ir 1 v 4 ',, fn ff-X 9 ini ., Q 5' 'I I gm ' V45 - lt, i' gulf qv i ?. 7- vi- f, Fw I f 1 U I :r C- I J if I . 9 vi.. i 5 0 2 fo. ri,- at i' .A 1 1 SOPHOMORES ROW ONE: Carruth Caudell, Verlyn Caulkins, Nelda Cessna, John Chastain, Connie Childress Joan Chitwood, Ronnie Clark, ROW TWO: Donna Clemons, Duane Clemons, Pauline Clouse, Ester Coble, Jerry Coble, Judith Cable, Dclite Cody, ROW THREE: Judy Coffey, Ted Coleman, Lois Colquitt, Vella Conrad, Ronald Costin, Doyle Cowan, Bob Cowan, ROW FOUR: Anita Coy, Jim Cramer, Diana Crosson, Arthur Daniel, Ralph Daniels, ROM' FIVE: Walter Davis, Charles Deacon, Joe Derigo, Richard Dick, Marion Dixon. ROM SIX: Bobby Dunn, Nancy Earley, Edith Easton, Jimmy Elder, Eugene Ellis. ROM' SEVEN: Clark Engel, Janice Englund, Leonard Wilson, Gaylene Everett, Gary Fisher. ROW EIGHT: Myrl Fisher, Thelma Fitzsimmons Kenneth Ford, Barbara Folks, Doris Foster, Kathleen Xxitrner, ROW NINE: Naomi Fox, lx illis Franks, Eleanor French, Carolyn Frye, Daniel Fahlcr, Kathleen Wishall, Karen Wise. T. , fgx' X V? .N - 15' YUP Class of '59 ROW ONE: Rhoda Adams, Ronnie Akins, Carol Allcorn, Carol Jean Allen, Don Anderson, Shclba Andres, Lois Avery, ROW TWO: Karen Bafus, Pliyliss Balizell, Sharon Baukliead, Nina Barker, Falirlia Barker, Mary Barnharr, Sue Barrliolemew. ROW THREE: Connie Barrle, Leon Blagg, Karen Beam, Dorothy Bergman, Carol Berry, Judy Berry, Lee Ann Benefiel, ROW FOUR: Shirlene Bever, Carl Bierbrodr, Gretchen Blickensderfer, Thomas Blumensrein, Kenny Kay Bonham, ROW FIVE: Jimmy Bond, Ronald Boydsiou, Sieve Braschler, Leroy Briggans, Larry Bromley. ROW SIX: Alfred BL1fflllglOlI, Lloyd Burdick, Par Burghart, Leland Burnett, Lindley Burneri. ROW SEVEN: John Buster, Pal Busterf Sharon Buzzard, Connie Cape, Sheree Cairns. ROW EIGHT: Ronald Zcigler, Donald Leigler, Sandra Cardin, Dicksie Cairns, Tommy Carpenter, William Carriker. ROW NINE: Joan Wright, Don Wriahi, Mary Lou Carson, Judyilarrer, Leslie X'anlx'inklc, Toinniy Cary, Mary Lou Casrcllou. 'vu X ,1 I 'if X W ,ix . 35 'Q v nf ' ,,. 'Fi ' .f -- lo L ,. ,, C7 L, 7. A f ,- fv- K' ,,, +1 '- ,M - 1 -:wiv I iii ! S3 ' Ask- gi ' I ' iqcr a. .QA r A , 4 , J . r 1 F 1 . L. Vg' K' A ' , , if 2 , 'ff f f V. A I A 5 If fhilff if 1' 5557-7 X ' ' Qi A:, . ,v u Y ,, V' ,l F-X me I V -1 r. i M l . hs 7' 3' 1' 701 1 75 . ,,'-7' e ' 4-f-B D7 ' V 1 iz' , .31- 17 5 ,N- Y- w L: 5? X T7 ,, I ai, 1' lil fs- ? , . Y' U is '+W- A SOPHOMORES 0 .5 Fife fy L HR fa xi I X.-Y Th If ff!! as V 1 'I WQIIU X ., f,"N Iv' 1 la Histor Club FIRST ROW: Delores Orman, Miss Norfleet, SECOND ROW: Delores Baldridge, Arelia Wolfe, Lois Cowan, Marilyn London, Don McCord, Johnnie lxlcKellips, Charlie Higgins. THIRD ROW: Margaret McNulty, Patricia Wettack, Danny Myers, Bob Gandt, KINDLEY KLUBS Key Club FIRST ROW: Bob Gandt, Dick Downey, Jim Jarrett, Larry Wooten. Dick Colliver, Steve Ellis, Warner Bullock. SECOND ROW: Don McFerrin, Jerry Smith, Ken Keeler. Ronnie Norfleet, David Seaton, Roger I-Iall, Tom Allen, John Ellis, THIRD ROW: Mead Wyman, Bruce Scott, Barry Wentworth, Richard Romig, Graham Moore, lim Bauer, David North, J ,N K' v D E Club FIRST EXJM: llo.. i:'i.::.g, Vogt- Leader. n re Beal Zrztigi wr.i1'f1rrlH Mr, Milton Karstadt, wif UXI3 ROW: J,?f, IVIIZPAIIICFI, Efonrtrt Ifranfre, l3.lck1.'Cv:lletle Jerry Mfr rm, Famine. La., 'IIIIRIJ ROW: Lilian-k Donaldson. Jinx lxlcSpadden, Jim Allen. Roherr Giliffillan, Robert Burris, J, E, , ,.5l?,lt wx, M ' M 1 .fa 'ES 4 Q MM, Wy ,,.-.X .- Wa, fr E3 . ! 2 W 14 .iw 54160. ,. www Q . I X 1 T G A I it if ' af A W , Eff' Q :gf I X va-f:""' 'S if f , W me aw. , E if F f V A eb STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Steve Crow, Ruth Stephens, Mead Wyman, Freda Bateman, Mike Regan, Judy Whittington, Joanne Hardesty, Mike Brooks. SEATED: Dick Downey, Norma Day. OTHER AST MEMBERS: Sondra McClure, Pat Wettack, Crystal Butcher, Sharon Brown. STAGE CREW Larry Mahaffey Gary Goodman, Ro er s 3 , g Odle, Judy Hamlin, Coleen Eaton, Martha Halton, Linda Womack, Susie Kidwell, Mary Ann Wall, Solene Hanna, Marilyn Gartner, Norma Hoppock. np- LEFT TO RIGHT: David North, Beverly Sugis, Rodney Lay, Merritta Wagner, Jeanette Ross, Bob Gandt, Director, Kennet Burehinal. mat f 49'-V -gf W : WV 1 i JUNIOR PLAY A 3-Act Comedy "ROOM FOR THE GROOMH Directed by Kenneth Burchinal THESPIANS This was a successful year for the senior members of C.H.S. 's Thespian Troupe 6317. Highlight of the year was the presentation of the senior class ploy in the fall entitled "Fog Island". The senior members pictured were chosen according to the National Thespian regulations and by their efforts in last year's iunior and senior plays. Officers for the year were: President, Bob Gandtg Vice- President, David Northp Sec- retary, Mert Wagner. 9 . 9 5. ,F'6s.3599ie9mw n 'THE i-OUR1 H HOUR CHOIR clirocieu by Philip N, Crm. The vocal department has always had many active students. The two beginning choirs are not performing groups, their purpose is to develop the voice and are stepping stones tor the other organizations. Any student was eligible to ioin third and fourth hour choirs, while robed choir and the Madrigalians were selective organizations. Only iuniors and seniors belonged to the selected groups. v MTW UNL: Boiziiiu Ltirvliull, lDv1ayiicCQu.isu, Beverly wigggs, Pai U'fIo1iiiu11, Sharon lirovii :VXURX 'I Mig Kr-ith liiiiir-i'i'.nrv, 0.1:-i Iiliiiir-liairi, ivmicilc I-iiclziiii, Kay Siiiiili, Iiiiimriii cniirl ILXL' iQro',, . The Madrigals, derived their name from the popular music ot the Toth century ot the European courts. This group, however, also sings tollg songs and sacred music. The ,Aadrigalians are a select group at Juniors and Seniors thattorm an a cappell organization. They have appeared in the civic and high school Christmas pro- gram, Kavalkade, in the Easter Assembly and for various civic clubs. C7 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Charlotte Misegades, Margaret McNulty, Joyce Stout, Dwayne Cease, Judy LeClere, Donna Waddell, Denise Bray, Judy Mosher. SECOND ROW: BettyIGray, Bonnie Mitchell, Karen Jennings, Kenny Keeler, Steve Crow, Roger Wright, Roger Odle, Kay Vest, Virginia Bonham, ary Adele Latinis, THIRD ROW: Eliza eth Moberly, Donna Stewart, Ju y Caraway, Rodney Lay, Gary Rhinehart, Duncan Couch, Jim Jarrett, Phyllis Lewis, Sharon Brown, Susan Hamlin, Carol Green, Patsy Childress. FOURTH ROW: Beverly Suggs, Kay Smith, Avanelle Ficklin, Anita Coday, Keith Buttermore, Charlie Thurston, arilyn Oakley, Ann Christy, Linda Womack, Rogene Leader. ROBED CHCIR The Robed Choir, under the direction of Philip Crow, enjoyed a busy year beginning with the first performance at the Thanksgiving assembly and up to the including the final spring concerts. Some of the special appearances made included pro- grams forthe Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs, the Jr. Chamber of Commerce, and other local organizations, plus par- ticipation in the annual spring city-wide music festival, THE THIRD HOUR CHOIR fr Harvey Lewis Director and the S.E.K. festival in Pittsburg. Charlie Thurston held the position of President along with other officers - Vice-President, Steve Crow, and Secretary, Elizabeth Moberly. The climax of the year came when the choir was featured in the eighth annual Kindley Kavalkade. XX eff Q 9 if?vi' if" , Yi , 3 gk , ,, . 4 - iff V ,VIL . I H+. 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The director, Mr. Harvey Lewis, has taken the corps to participate in various shows throughout Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. "As Time Goes By" we will remember the annual banquet and reunion of Dec. 27, where Jeanette Ross presented the baton to the new drum major, Linda Womack. This year was filled with many wonder- ful experiences which will be remembered by every drum corps girl. uf!! Sharon Betty Patsy I-Iarris J U 4 A W " 4 N. , . V. I lj J. Carol Ann Carey fu. Mildred Gottschalkd NOHH21 6 nj Q -1 tvrziry K3 Rosalhyl Riggs J if Vlg -Presidea 1 a5?YI' an I u 3 M58 IGM! Q., ,B DRUM J Jud caulfraaf' Donna Maier ' Iud whin on y 6 , Y if sr 'P ax J Q A . W ---Af' Q , 1 0 . -1 Q K ,g .f if X wh Den1siBray, 9 Jerry AnnpDixson" .V 0 . , S on X vblgfi X' gb CXO! H, Phyllis " is Secretary I QMXXXL 0,16 P-YW 9 9501 evo ACTIVITIES Aug. 22 Parade at Vinita, Oklahoma Sept, 1 Inter- State Fair Parade Sept, 3 Labor Day Parade Sept, '7 Drill for Stock Car Races X ,Y Oct, 5 Flag-raisinaifor Parsons gsme 1' S Oct, 12 Ha -time s ow for Ft. ott L Oct, 18 Juco Band Day Oct, 27 Armory Dedication Parade at Cherry va e 30' Oct, 21 Flag-raisin for Pittsburg Okhbcilixqiikha Nov, 12 Armistice lgarade at Caney SOPXN4 dawg W' Nov. 16 Half-tirne show for Independence 3 Q0 Dec. 1 C ristmas Parade 9563 56 Dec. 27 Reunion and Banquet Jan. 8 Basketball drill for Parsons ame Ian, 12 Basketball drill at Bartlesvigle .oi Ian. 22 Basketball drill at Chanute O55 WNYM March 1 Entertained Chanute D,C, here ,vii at 910 March 5 Drill for Iuco Tournament X49 5516 March 22 Basketball drill at Bartlesville WP- 56:0 X4 1 5' ivlCNi1l7llL'j, 1, - fl lff Jerry Levy Gene Hastings Larry Wagner Dick Colliver Pete Wilson Janelle Tyrec Christine Jackson Phil Logan Ray Lester PUBLICATIONS Ullfbnuno if :.- if W ---. :SEZ c , ef i'B0b Gandt Jeanette Bites Mary Stroud Pat Leltrnhcwk Farid hltvrrnx-f lk-nist' Bray 'l'o1r.n1yA11eu Luis Cowan Keith Buttermorc, Along with the responsibility ot publishing the l957 Twister, the two journalism classes edited T5 issues of the school paper, the Tornado Times. Every student had ample chance to try his skill at editing, reporting, advertising, and various other duties for the Times. Although there is an honorary staff named at the beginning of this book the annual is made up of ideas and work from all members of the publications group. f :ltr 5 ,. G- A' -5 ' ww fr 1 .41 P! 1 ll,lD. Sappcnficld My , A tlvisof f J fs V ws. Q9 T I K J X' URGANIZATIONS j 9 ' 14 45 mf ' 'S11 l. 5 V: , , rihinlrl 5441114 Juniors , tg b ' JUNIOR OFFICERS ning Roger Holl .... President ' Poi' Weffcck . . .Vice-President you' KcTl1yMcCc1rfer . . Secretory L... ' R f l , f' ' ' SCDPHOMORE OFFICERS """""""' Bruce Scofl' . . .Vice-President ' - Chcrlotfe Rutledge. . President Carol Allen .... Secretory Class of '58 ROW ONE: Larry Pool, Judy Powers, Mary Pringle, Jim Pugh, Mary Quilan, ROW TWO: Walter Raney, Mimi Rees, Mike Regan, Bob Runch, Shirley Replogle. ROW THREE: Nancy Riggs, Sammie Richey, floralie Robertson, Charlsetta Ross, Jirnllussell, ROM FOURg Dortha Lee Ruth, Joe Sam-hex, Casnvr Schichtle, Charles Sehnetz, RarenScott ROW FlVEg Bill Seger, Sandra Shoaf, john Snioot, Carol Speck, Donna Springer. ROW SIX: Gloria Starnes, Ruth Stephens, Everett Stevens, Harold Stevens, Bill Sykes, ROW SEVEN: Judy Teehec, Jerry Thomas, jean Thompson, Tommy Thompson, Raymond Thorn- bcrry, Roy Urban, Ramona Wadkins, ROW EIGHT: Bobby Walker, Mary Ann Wall, Danny Ward, Dolores Watts, Roena Watts, Lorraine Wells, Roberta Wells, ROW NINE: Barry Wentworth, Clarence Wesley, Pat Wettack, Larry White, Judy Whittington, Georgia Wiershing, Norma Williams, be K, 4.-1' .3! y '-2 1 1, Q., 8 ea. l xg: 9 Cf 3 a , W ' jg " h 0 ' ' 1. tw ' I Q7 if if r xx! Y . 'Q X Q 7-M 'Z 'V' , 9 4:5 ' X L R.. H .1 X , v , f- Il b In A ' A 'n I E - - an L, '!'I.T"pw K S. - -. r .' "l 7 is r ,il . , rv, it J V., 1 'TESL . 'V ,al . fd rn. pf, X 7 1 it hx: dm 5 I . 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M I 'l 1 lv Q . ft? ,fl J r i"'Vt,f ' .yah A X14 ' T 7+ ir 7 'fl 4'v' +1-?' fre:-,S A A JUNIORS ROM ONE: Larry Mahaffy, Marda Mahaney . ,s - Larry Marang, Leonard Wren, Dee Ann Mathis Lf? vxgj ROW TWU: La Donna Mathis, Floyd McAfee v Kathy Mcflarter, Sondra Mefilure, Frankie V McCullough, 'I , f ROM THREE: Steven McGoveny, Mar aret McNulty, Dewayne Meador, Kent Medsher Dan Meek, r -:gs f 7 ,sl ROM FOUR: Ralph Mehl, Larry Wooten Larry Merchant, Mary Metzen, Donna Miller RUM' FIVE: Iris Miller, Jack Miller, James Minniear, Charlotte Misagades, Bonnie Mitchell ROM' SIX: Linda Womack, Graham Moore Jerry Moore, Joyce Moore, Karen Moses. ROW SEVEN: Judy Mosher, Tommy Muminert Leland Neasc, Charles Newman, Richard Niglitengale, ,lim Nolan, John Wishall 0 :F 5- -' A 1" ' 'vt' if-r sl Y' I "" " yr! X47 - Y. W -ur I x i ' f Roll EIGHT: Linda Nutter, Marilyn Oakley Louis Oard, Roger Odle, Robin Oliver Delores Ornian, Kay Oskinson, RUM' NINE: Jerry Parsons, Donna Partain Donna Patch, Richard Peaster, J,C, Wilson Doreen Pfohl, Eddie Plute. :M And they all , Q ,Q 'lust 'recall memoniea of you ff: :rr 1, 3 , - ,, ,, i , , ... ," rx- xy... "" I 6 X -b, .afemgifas ' I s f ' "5. - a 9- ...L .,.,,,, 1- .gn ',., fb.- TA' lf! rx Class of '58 ROM' ONE: Doris Harvey, Meade Wyman, Jerry Hays, Harlan Head, Patty Hendrix. ROW TWO: Danny Henisey, Torn Heslop, Ronnie Hensley, Kenneth Hills, ROM' THREE: Robert Hollins, Norma Hoppock, Bill lludiberg, Carol Jacobs, Mary James, ROW FOUR: Raymond Jarman, Jim Jarrett, Karen Jennings, Ruby Johnson, Shirley Johnson, ROM' FIVE: T,G, Johnston, Gary Karr, Nancy Kastler, Kenny Keeler, Harriett Keith, ROM SIX: Florene Kelly, Molly Kelly, Jerry Kenoly, Susan Kidwell, Karen Kitne, ROM' SEVEN: Minnie Alice Kloehr, Dennis Knight, Robert Lambert, Mary Adele Latinis, Kenneth Lay, Sue Lehmbeck, Kirk Lewis. ROM' EIGHT: Gary Lcwman, Marcia Liston, Rosa Lloyd, Victor Locke, Judith Loomis, Laura Loomis, Gerald Loveless. ROM' NINE: Judy Lowrance, Marjorie Lowrance, Jim Lowrey, Andy Lucas, Kenneth Lyle, Ronald Madron, Deloris Maggard. 'Hene theme EVBHIQQIBHC, Scenea ,S J- knew 1. ,, .rn Mrs, , T2-Q fi' J rw l J. 1' , f .ve W 1. 'S --, ,. li' .,,"t VJ t X I ,va - , I 3 if J A fs -.. X' , N- - ,Rte ' H! 4, . I l VS t ? fi if - Nj - 'Q 4, tmlljj I ,,'-L, fu!- lis I A L 3' tl in A v 6 QL auf ,' 1 4 , J.. A wi V' , , ri , 'R f . 0. 1 vi MK? J rf' 1. ,, tv- - .AA- ,Z 5555 ar v . C. Qi x 'Q7v'w .'-' ' -.. y u- I "1 L' I G2 Ei LL 7 lf, l 9, .xrhlful Q, fan t"'1 ' , X -V. x ,1- 3, U , ps w if! 'UA Qi ' ff' r ' " o I ' n AQ I : ,.:,.J JUNIORS ROW ONE: Ted Cowan, Steve Crow, Ann Culver, Jim Darst, Vickie Davenport. ,k ROW TWO: Don Davis, Sharon Davis, Norma s' Day, Patricia Denny, Donald Dixon, ROW THREE: Jerry Ann Dixson, Charles Dodson i Connie Donald, Deanna Doss, Dick Downey, ROW FOUR: Shirley Dunn, Coleen Eaton, John ' A 1, Ellis, Don Evans, Mary Fichtl. Vi ROW FIVE: Clarence Fisher, J,R, Fitzpatrick, 3 S V Q v Richard Folk, Joe Fowler, Ronnie Francis, "' l Ig,.- ROW SIX: Thomas Franklin, Raymond , QL.- m 4 , Gallauhger, Charles Garrison, Marilyn Gartner, '. Joyce Gatewood, ROW SEVEN: Marvin Giger, Robert Gilfillan, Gary Goodnian, Bill Gottschalk, Claudia Graham, Jolene Gregory, Wayne Griswold, l: ROW EIGHT: Harold Grundy, Gary Gump, .C 1 V 13 Roger Hall, Martha lloltorn, Mary Hamblin, i A X4---N , Judy Hamlin, Susan I-lanilin, Q h ROW NINE: Donnie Handshurnaker, Solene Nur ., 5. Hanna, Joanne llardesty, Katheleen Harrington, !,,,, ,L ., ,Lf Carl Harris, Patsy Harris, Wanda Hart. , ' . .. 4. , Q: . Y inn t. l X f to l I S lr I ON l Bu'n in ft me ,, .31 , I 9 9: we xy . I .V fl F- memoluea of you ,ff if 411 V ' A -S. v 'Lil 4: 1 1 X " U - , N QQ, . , E' ff.. N A x " . F -9' I I - . 'X . M: . . ' . " t i ,4,. ' ,J T '- ' wr., QW V --X ' w , f All I 5, f ' A f l-fiAv' Class of '58 ROW ONE: Fred Abram, Bill Adams, Shirley Allred, Nancy Armstrong, Margaret Austin. ROW TWO: Annice Babbs, Gary Baker, Bob York, Beverly Ballew, Bill Barnhill, ROW THREE: Freda Bateman, Sue Beal, Gary Beam, Bill Beeson, Linda Berry. ROW FOUR: Jerry Bever, Gene Blalock, Gary Bohainnon, Larry Bolen, Bill Bollen, ROW FIVE: Caryl Bonham, Kenneth Bonham, Gayla Borum, Terry Boswell, Bill Braschler. RUW SDC: Mike Brooks, Willis Bromley, Larry Brown, Sharon Brown, Harry Bryant. ROW SEVEN: Melvin Buell, Robert Burris, Crystal Butcher, Connie Butterfield, Dorothy Burke, Carol Carey, Rose Marie Carpenter, ROW EIGHT: Sandra Carter, Bill Cessna, Patsy Childress, Jerry Cobb, Bill Collins, Charles Collins, Judy Collins, ROW NINE: Ronald Collins, Billye Jean Cooper, Barbara Cook, Patricia Cook, Marie Cordell, Peggy Cornett, Duncan Couch, 'Waking akiea Ht aunniae Eveuq aunaet, too 1 g ,7 rad I sw yr gp' k N M ,4 ' ii 'TSW 'wtf' 'ff ,.,- T' 4 I0 u,- 4,...., ' ""'-I. ,' f's AF. l ..g.,,qN,3 5' x 5 . I! 'I l , 'si 2 ,e .,. n R? s. tsl A ,X f"Wfa E 'fn -Q-. k 83' ,I te- ,ss ,X e, ft' HQ'-If ,X I ,rf J 1 07 iz.. S., y fu? I 1 . ' mls' ' 1 nv " ,!'A . ,Tvf , 'i fi' I z ff- 1 .s 5. 'if' I ,,.,,..,,--f uf ak , Y AEWQU--r 13 Y N- P ,,f 1 W liiittlfiiqjiii ii JUNIORS My UNDERCLASSMEN 'ii' in , ?':f95?7E'ifg"?" V. , A ' TRADITION The Tankers have built up a fine tradi- tion in C.H.S. to the degree that all the other swim groups in Oklahoma and Kansas look upon Coffeyville as "the team to beat" . This is due largely to the tact that Field Kindley won the state championship eight years in a row and have been vic- tors in 90 out of their last 95 dual meets during the past ten years. STATE MEET - T957 Wichita West ' 47 Wichita East - 44 Cofteyville - 35 Wichita North - 25 Wyandotte - 23 Shawnee Mission - 2 "Pokcy 5 rnitli Jerry Smith John Ellis John Ellis Bud Moor Doug :Scherer Raymond Jarman, Ken Keeler, Jerry Parsons Raymond Jarman Torn CO-CAPTAIN5 Steve Ellis DEVC Seaton ado Tankers Although the Field Kindley swim team didn't bring home a state title, as they have many times in the past, they will have to rank as one of the better squads in the school's history. According to Coach Johnny Charlesworth, the '56-'57 team had the balance to win the dual meets but not the depth to take the state. This is shown in the regular season's record of seven victories compared to one defeat in inter-school com- petition. With the loss of only five by graduation, it is expected that next year's tankmen will carr on in a very successful fashion. David Seaton, Dick Colliver, Steve Ellis, Bud Moore, and Tom Allen are the seniors. 1956-1957 SCHEDULE C. H.S. 52 Tulsa Edison 25 C.H.S. 34 Wichita East 43 C.H.S. 40 Tulsa Central 37 C.H.S. 5l Kansas City 26 C.H.S. 50 Wichita North 27 C.H.S. 57 Tulsa Rogers 20 C.H .S. 63 Tulsa Editson l4 C.H.S. 49 Tulsa Central 28 FIRST ROW: Alfred Lay, Jerry Parsons, Ray Jarman, Dick Colliver, Dave Seaton, Steve Ellis. SECOND ROW: Don Graves, Terry Sullivan, Jerry Smith, Jim Martin, John Ellis, Roy Urban. THIRD ROW: John Wettack, Don McFerrin, Doug Scherer, Tom Allen, Bud Moore, Ken Keeler, FOURTH ROW: -Ronnie Hensley, Jim Russel, Jim Cramer, John Charlesworth, Joe Derigo, Ronnie Costin, Rex Rees, ' 2 .gf ' 'U 'Swv 4 'Q g fl? W' 1-.45 ,4 .Q .Q ' ,L Kr ww 435 frxg, ,Lf rapt W xg, G I -If J 4 x 49 Q T .1 2- Y I ' .L 'fy .71 Q 'K b Sli Q 1 f I ' f Q A ' ' ffl - f, f 1 -' 'Y ' I -4 ' 1 . f X ! f it fx X 0. N I '- . I , 1 I gf It . ' f. . TORNADO TR.-XII, Won 16 Lost S3 n Q u .,. Loft. 43 Ft. Scprt " GI Independence " GH Altumont 63 Colwnihiis G5 ' Parsons 60 Iola 85 Pittsburg 51 Dodge C ity 63 Wicliita East 46 Hutchinson 52 Chanutu 61 Ft. Scott Tl Independence 78 Columbus 54 Parsons T5 Iola 52 Pittsburg " 62 Joplin " 61 Clitinute Regionals Coff. 81 Independence " 61 Parsons SEK STANDINGS Coffeyville 12-2 Parsons 12-2 Indy 10-4 Clianute 8-6 Pittsburg 7-'I Ft, Scott 6-S Iola 4-lu Columbus O-14 ,f l " i . J, N I ,i , 57: ,El I .W 'x wg - 1, S? 51 sf-'P lf i. 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T39 - "W 43 W in-wh SEK CHAMPIONS 'F ft. -UNDEFEATED- ,P ...MW T.. . ,, 12nd in Statel , 1 . ' X Y fRecord Scorersi . A is -284 Points- 15, 'FO ROW O L LL1 T 10116111 P111 Logan Larrx Xooten J R F1IZp3U'1Ck B111Bec.son Jtrn Jarrett Larry Wagner Casper Schrestle C 1111r1c l'x11T1lJI' 1 Otl trcld Daucl Nlorrou ROW TWO Charhe Thurston B111 Hauler Joe Lemmg Lew1s Paxton Dick Colhver Turn But 1 Jorn B cson lX1Ll18IClliOl111g Jerrx Levy ROW THREE Bobby York Jerry Thomas Ronnle Francis B111 Seger Roger 11c11xl'1t1u Larry COll1I1S Danny Mech Ralph Va11 Wrnkle 'ROW 1-OUR JIITIIHY Reese Larry Mrller Don Alllllllg Rrcharcl Pea ter Larrx M111 rfy 1x11kc Brvol taltcr 1xlcA11st r Gary Daudson Charles Co111ns ROW FIV1: Delbert Fahler Jerry Parsons Kerth Fout Iobrn Olrver tax Le ter Art Alderman Tom Heslop Dennls Knight ROW SIX Coaches Andy McClure C11ffCurr1er fig T01 CT 1 X The Golden Tornado of T956 which wasn suppose d to be too strong, went through the sea son without a loss The Black and Gold ran over nine opponents cl maxed by beating their arch rivals, lndep nd nce 32 O on lse Field The only bad lu k the Tornado has was In the first gam of th season with Joplin Dave Morrow, first string guard, broke his leg but Coffeyville cam up with a fine replacement in Bill Beeson The Tornado used a new offense in a modified single wing It was difficult to defense and the oppo ition wasn t able to conta n it long enough to stop the Big Gold Only one team came close that was Chanute The Tornado came from behind twice to wln that contest 20-13 Several members of the team wer honored with All State and All S E K selections Tackle John Beeson was on tne Wichita Beacon s first team Otha Field halfba lc and center Charlie Thurston were vot d on the second team of the Topeta Daily Capitol On the All-S E K team selected by the Coffeyville Daily Journal practically all members or tnc Tornado team were picked, namely Charlie Thurston, John Beeson, Jim Jarrett, Larry Wagner Bill Beeson, Otha Fields, Jerry Levy, Tom Buster, Roger l-lollyfield, Richard Romig, Dick Colliver, Bill Hader and Gary Davidson. The i956 edition of the Golden Tornado will go down in grid history as one of Coffeyville's greatest elevens. S65 K' STANDHGGS Coffeyville independence Pimwurg FL. Scott Columbus 1 ?'f'0f1' Climate '700 610 421 430 'romqA,no'rRA11. ,g . 9' ,W luv- Coffeyirille Coffeyv ille Coffeyvillei coffeyville Coffeyville coffeyviille Cofigyville 27 Cofkyville so Cotiteyville gg . 284 Joplm Columbus P85003 Ft Soon 'Chznute Wichita Kaupan Pittsburg 0 bla 6 Independence it T 44 April April April April April May May May The Tops in the Coaching World During their tenure at Field Kindley these five coaches have won a combined total of 38 championships in league, regional, and state athletic competition in football, basket- ball, swimming, track, and golf. We believe this is a five K,A, And McClure Head Football Coach Assistant Basketball Coach Assistant Track Coach Cliff Currier Head Basketball Coach Assistant Football Coach Oren Stoner Head Track Coach Assistant Football Coach man record that cannot be excelled by many schools in the lohlml' ghmeswofth QP- "Mme New V W , ud f h h I Swimming Coach Golf Coach 'Im 'on' . e re Pro 0 our Cocc es' T ey are Qenl' emen Head of ysical Education Athletic Director in the highest sense of the word. Department ' xr. ,f - 4 A iff H r'- ' " Rf! fr: 'ze 5. . tgfgf ,ff cf f vy 4 H 4 if X - 1- N-' ta: -1 1' 451+ ml? F5 fi T52 4 ' F - 1 Tae i - X TENTATIVE GOLF SCHEDULE 1957 4 Ind 8a Caney at Coff. 9 Coff. 8: lndy at Caney 12 Arkansas City lnviational 17 Caney dc Coff. at Ind 25 Coffeyville Invitational 3 S,E,K, Meet at Chanute 11 Regionals at , . Leavenworth 18-19 State at Manhattan P 'ii Qin Golf has been a regular interschool sport in Field Kindley for over 20 years. C.P. "Mose" Neis has turned out many top-notch golfers during his coaching career and has had his share of league championships, as well as a State Championship. John Ellis, Gary Karr, Gary Losh, Dave Seaton, Larry Wooten, and Roger Hall were the returning lettermen. At the time of this writing the fortunes of the golf team were not known, but it was expected that they would grab a better than average share of the golfing honors in this area. ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Bollen, Larry Wooten, Dick Downey, Gary Karr, Gary Jackson, and Jerry Kepner, ROW TWO: Tom Mummert, Don Anning, Roger Hall, Raymond Carter, J,R, Fitzpatrick, and Lee Nease, ROW THREE: John Ellis, ary Losh, Barry Wentwort Jerry Levy, Dave Seaton, and Coach C, P, Neis. h ATHLETICS 27,5 H, rj RED FIRST ROW: Saundra Pool, Lenora Skinner, Marvin Giger, Judy Hamlin, Kenny Keeler, Pat Wettack, Joan Berry. STANDING: Janice Englund, Judy Collins, Carol Mohler, Jean Low Marion Herrington, Mary Metzen, Marydel Robinson, Mary Ellen James, Marya del La tinis. JUNIOR RED CROSS The high school Junior Red Cross Council has undertaken quite a number of projects this year ' ' with the help of the entire Coffeyville council, it has made tntemational correspondence albums sei gift boxes to children overseas assisted the Blood mobile and sponsored an all student participation in the Red Cross first ard and water safety programs sew Qi? 5 U SPONSORS Miss Glaser Mr Charlesworth Miss Keller 32111 53,1 MQ ff Mafia: in Bags frswawiifi On August 14 the F F A Chapter held its annual summer meeting which consisted ofa watermelon feed All prospective new students and their parents were invited uests of the chapter as were also all honorary chapter farmers and the school board Fifty mem ers their parents and other uests attended Ei ht ghapter members exhibited livestock at the Interstate Fair tn Coffeyville These boys Steve cGovney Eddie Plute Kent Medsker Ro Wagner Leslie Van Winkle Jim Lowery Herman Erwin and Jerry Hayes came up with 8 lue ribbons 10 red ribbons 2 white ribbons and 3 yellow ribbons October 18 found John Wishall Lloyd Burdick Jack Scovel Jerry Bever and Roy Wagner attendin the District Land Judging Contest at Yates Center The team did well coming out third in t e contest About the middle of October the chapter attended one day of the National F F A Conven tion in Kansas City Transportation was by chartered bus and 3a members accompanied by Mr Currier and Mr Harris attended A new activity a recreation nr ht once a month found the boys enjoying a swimming party and basketball games in the Jr Hrg gym The officers of this years organization are Jack Scovel President David Ford, Vice Pres ident Joe Merchant Secretary Jerry Hayes Treasurer John Wishall Reporter and Ted Cowan Sentinel A ROW ONE: John Wishall, Fred Good, Ted Coleman, Roy Wagner David Robinson, Larry Wright, Edward Reeves, Billy Waltrip, Jackie Hill. ROW TWO: Gary Griffin, Leonard Shaw, Lloyd Burdick, Gene Kimbrel, Bob Cowan, Bill Adams, Joe Merchant Ed Plute, and Roy Keeton. ROW THREE: Jerry Coble, Herman Erwin, Jimmie Bond, Richard Folk, Jerry Hayes, Larry Pool, Ralph Holliday, Roger Smith. ROW FOUR: Billy Charsur, Jerry Beaver, Jack Scovel, David Ford, Sam Pennington, Carroll Gatlin, Larry Collins, Jack Miller, Ron- nie Madron, ROW FIVE: Ronald Collins, Leslie Van Winkle, George Vaughn, Eldred Harris, Bryon Heady, Harold Stephens, ROW ONE: Judy Collins, Jean Smoot, Tommy Mummert, Patricia Wctlack, Nisha Unsell, Harold Grundy, Dick Downey, Charlotte Rutledge, Patricia Harrington. ROW TWO: Don McCord, Thelma Fitzsimmons, Sue Bartholomew, Graham Moore, David North, Mead Wyman, Bob Gandt, David Shelton Lakawanna Underwood, DEBATE The 1956-57 debate squad of Coffeyville high school had the best record this year that it has had in a long time. As a whole, the team did splendidly, turning in a record of 73 wins and 43 losses giving them well over a 500 percentage, a percentage which many schools set as their ultimate goal . This record was piled up at these invitational tournaments: Fort Scott, Topeka, Emporia, Pittsburg, and Wyandotte. The mainstays of this year's successful team were: David North, Bob Gandt, Pat Wettack, Tom Mummert, , Harold Grundy, Dick Downey, Graham Moore, Mead Wyman, and Nisha Unsell. The highlights of the season were at Pittsburg, where Graham Moore and Mead Wyman brought home a third place trophy, at Wyandotte, where Bob Gandt, Harold Grundy, Tom Mummert, and Nisha Unsell tied for third place, and at the district where David North, Pat Wettack, Tom Mummert, Dick Downey, Bob Gandt, and Harold Grundy won third place. The school can be quite proud of the record the team and Mr. Sappenfield have made this year debating the farm problem and the returning debators are looking forward to a ver promising Y season next year although we will be losing the core of this year's team, seniors - David North and Bob Gandt, C5331 " ' Graham Moore Mead Wyman Bob D gcandt Bhd North 'vs-3, -Qoioivw St' 'Ast AQ . ya' , '5 Q 'S Q, 'br fb Q? 's O "3".j' 0355? S30 ?'b'f??ow'TAQo 'by 49-4, Q Oy.-, 5' 69 vu 'P 'lf Sd: strfstszs. NQ"'fS+- sg fn: d v 5, , I . 'I' . If lv'.s,l I. Al.'.h .li ' xl" L o ' 'li' am Kenai wb svonsoi GAA Svfs' c N X - c sc' 5 4 -3 Q' L 5 X x Q ,Q c.. X .-,suv ,,. AAS,-eve e s-s ex Af' 'e"'. m 5 xffx S s? ess- -'assi x-var .AVWD-F? x XG? iss T55 N .V 5 Ci F Q' 'N' 3 o V N sos osxxsc .DQS N., T.. xc , ., A. Xfiqgfi' Q' 5bXLT .LQ C ,. cgccvwqss Qs' jzlaxf QNQSS 9 xox xt'YL V -v :P Qibf. 'NSQS 5 Y axes. wcxs QS--fffvv 95' c"v.Q...9' .Q6:fWSS+ -4 .6 xX?QQX'x,N?', .L N'N,bX Ox Nb A. 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There are 97 members this year under the leadership of Miss Barbara Keller, the physical education teacher. Any girl who earns 600 points during the year oy participating in different sports gets a letter with a "G.A.A. " inscribed on it. This year 37 girls participated in the activities at K. S.T. C. during play day. G.A.A. officers this year are: President, Joyce Stout, Vice-President, Linda Womack, Secretary, Nancy Riggs, Treasurer, Nancy Kastler, Point Keeper, Norma Hoppoclc, Scrapbook Keeper, Kenny Bonham. During this, the twenty-eighth year such activities as football, basketball, track, swimming meets, and several out of town bus trips were on the busy schedule, The Tillies planned all pep rallies and football, basketball, and track fiueen coronarions. As community projects, they helped with the "March of Dimes" Drive and with the Union Gas Co, Cook in School To advertise activities the group made posters, gistributed bulletins, sold schedule pencils, season basketball and football tickets, and football and basketball picture buttons. The Tillies ushered at the Junior and W. Senior Class plays. The lnitiation Party for new members and the Senior Farewell concluded the very happy and eventful year of 12156-57. 1. .1 fuk, 5 "' , "I 9'Qf'1 N :zen-9 ' 1 'f .5 g.- f 4 r 1 fix X A l ,J Asfyf '1 x ' ' 2 A x I . V A F - 4. I., ' , .. . ' . 5 n I ' 11 5 U -4 ' .2 a K gb 3 ,c ,h, f s .Ib 4 0 'Q' - 1 J u'. Q H' W ra c , ure LIFSI' 1 Ne? if Qs: A A, ,, .Q 1: xv,-XI f'. A-t, Q: r .17 Q Y V A Q xxggiiiiggw NJ. h , KF 3-xhxffv' -TA-4 'xr f 7 , rx N,f, 4 V7 2" Wg 1, Ma M1 , ,, M. ff we 5?-xii '-' jF""ix N' " u u ll I , 425 X TI' ff? y Q 11 .I N v . .1 S1 "- . HH' 5,53 . Q a '. '-14, , . f ?.fz'8 3 4 Z lx QQQQ 45? 14 ' 1wgg. W'a:,xs 1' " -3' Q Qin . 'Mi F-Il, x , ug H3 ff? 8 Q A an ,x 3 'kjzil' 'i3?",S' A,,: tp X if S I A VV E. p vu! 'V A' yQ,Q5 ikgx v gy W, HV ' 1' , as fi fs? t f t fic: . H y-"ka .QQ STM' 'fn W BJP A v H 13 4 ' F I A , 4 Q . xxx H, , , ng " S SA ' ff T ,sg , 5 r ' O ' g y X l , 4: ,Q W . ' 4 1' . 5 .4 , aw 315 3 'Y W45, K s-1 0 Q , .1 ,,f M. T"'m Y 'ff I Q Sh Lai ,E EL 4, Q 3 fnii Qin H ,sg z Y- Na pf!! I x 4- V YQ-,I 'gli 'T. 15 1' . fi I K Z? D S, ,rf 'E ii f 41 -. rf! fl? 9 - . "Y"W fii! il r fs , ,Z 'bf X j-gf ,Y is 1 ACTIVITIES . X I Basketball 2,3g Track 2,35 Publications 4. Class Will h Wei, the Spnior CIass,dbetter known as the class of champions, do hereby establish t is to e our ast Will an Testament. I, Richard Romig, do leave Mrs. Rush. . .. I, Charlie Thurston, bequeath my - height to be fought over between Larry Wooten and Gary Karr. I, Dick Colliver, leave with the name "Birddog. " We, the 5th hour choir, do leave Mr. Crow in a state of shock. I, Karolyn Kastler, will my little brown station wagon to little sis, Nancy. I, David Morrow, present my crutches to next year's football team. I, Jerry Levy, leave C.H.S. by request. . . I, Jack Alwood, do leave my greasy mechanic hands to Raymond Jarman. I, .lim Thomas, leave my safe driving ability to Dick Downey. I, Gene Hastings, do leave my teriffic journalism ability to Casper Schiestle. I, Margaret Lamson, do leave my ability to "go steady" to Connie Butterfield. We, the senior athletes, do leave our broken training rules to the class of '58. We, the senior D.C. girls, leave to the iunior "couples" our lovers lane outside the drum room. I, Denise Briayi don't hpvj anything to leave except my elevated shoes, which I bequeath to C ar otte Rut e ge. Class Prophecy ROW ONE: WOLTERS, BEVERLY: Waitress Club 2, Junior Play, Senior Play, Kayettes 2,3,4, Secretary 4. WRIGHT, ROGER: Basketball 2g Kavalkade 2,3,4g Student Council Alterman 31 Robed Choir 3,4, WRIGHT, SHIRLEY: G,A,A, 3, General Course. YORK, JOYCE: Kavalkade 2, Stage Prod. 3,41 G,A,A, 2,3,4g Kayettes 25 Junior Play. YOUNG, JERRY: Transfer from Seminole, Oklahoma 4. YOUNG, TREVA: Transfer from Lenapah, Oklahoma 4, ROW TWO: WILSON, BILL: Football 2,3g We will have theae momenta to nememben. . . . 4 QM? Through the medium of our own private yogi system developed by Bob Gandt, we, the seniors, have suddenly seen our future 20 years revealed in all its glory. It seems veteran horse-man Phil Logan has a prosperous bookmaking business at Santa Anita until FBI man, Jack Alwood, raided the ioint and disillusioned our booky friend. Jackie Isham had risen to new heights in the glamor world being recently crowned "Miss Spray Net of l977". Tom Allen has landed a fat iob as Chemistry Prof at Harvard University. Bev Suggs is still plugging along trying to reach success as a bubble dancer. The swimming squad has been hired to entertain the porpoises at an amusement park. Larry Wagner has become famous as a continental romeo, which explains why Anita Coday has spent the last 20 years drawing pictures of Wag , in her secluded hideaway. Rodney Lay has spent the last 20 years singing commercials on TV for shaving creams. To top it all off, David Seaton has reached phenomenal success as a beach- comber in Tahiti. Warner Bullock, as you might have guessed, is still vagrantly standing on the corner outside the Oasis waiting for Anita Ekberg to stroll along on a windy day. Poor old Steve Ellis iust can't seem to find his racket. It seems the classy restaurant he just opened up has gone out of business because Steve couldn't stay away from the merchandise. Lynn Hunt advertises diet pills on a TV show in which Sandy McNabney plays Tarzan 's mate . That about wraps up all the really im rtant successes, except that all the boys have managed to stay bachelors because Bucky Gillette has collaegcted all the Kim Novak type girls in the world into the niftiest littlerol' harem you've ever seen. ,H-p Q is " W- 1' 1 ' A I are-cr 'tt' M I A P Q, i ,f 'Y 'Is lf, :J "Q, ' V" 'Q s.. 'Lo -"' .,,,,, is P-:f-,fp 'JF , r 1 ' " A l 1 Class of 57 ROW ONE: THURSTON, CHARLIE: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Robed Choir 3,43 fPtCSlCleI'lt 41: ROW T W O: ROW Tl IREE: Kavalkade 2, 3,4: Student Council 3,-1. TRIMBLE, WANDA: Assistant Librarian 4, TUCKER, JIM: General Course. TYREE, JANELLE: Kayettes 2: I-Lavalkade 2: Publications 4, UGLOW, CAROLYN: General Course. VAN WINKLE, RALPH: Football 2, 3,-1. VALJGHN, BERNADEAN: General Course. VEST, KAY: Robed Choir 3,-1: Tillies 3,4: Junior Classical League 3,4: Kavalkade 2, 3,-1. VOWELL, MARY BETH: Kayettes 2,3,4: Kavalkade 2: Junior Classical League 3,4: Waitress Club 2: G. A. A. 3: Drum Corps 3,4, WADDELL, DONNA: Robed Choir 3,4: Waitress Club 2: Kayettes 3, 4: G,A, A, 2, 3, 4: Kavalkade 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, WAGNER, LARRY: Football 2, 3,4: Track 2, 3,-1: Key Club 4: Publications 4. WAGNER, MERITTIA: Thespians 3, 4: Waitress Club 2: Kayettes 2: G.A.A, 2, 3,4: Stage Production 3,4: Kavalkade 3,4: Senior Play: Tillies 3, WEINTZ, BILL: General Course, WILLIAMS, GERALD: Football 2: General Course, WILLIAMSON, BETTY: Drum Corps 3, 4: Kavalkade 2,4: G, A. A. 2: Waitress Club 2: Sigma Pi 2,3, 4: Kayettes 2: Spanish Club 3,4: Choir 2, WILLIS, KAY: Kayettes 3,4: Junior Play Crew: Choir 3. WILSON, BRUCE: General Course, WOLFE, ARELIA: Kayettes 2, 3, 4: History Club 4, 5-..y ROW ONE: ROW TWO: ROW THREE: 'Lt TTW? 2 'Nh f '-v Wgfjr-pf ,fi nights , and athen daqa SMOOT, JEAN: Ravalkade 2, 3,4: G. A, A, 2,25,4: Kayettes 2: Spanish Club 2: Orchestra 2, 3,4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Waitress Club 2, SPRAGUE, DON: General Course. STAFFORD, ERMALOY: General Course. STERHENS, PATSY: Waitress Club 2: Kayettes 2,3, STEWART, DONNA: Waitress Club 2: Kayettes 2, 3, 4: Robed Choir 3,45 Kavalkade 2, 3,-Lg G, A,A, 4, STOGSDILL, VERNON: General Course. STOLET, JOYCE: G.A.A, 2, 3, 4, fPresident 43: Robed Choir 4: Track Queen 3: Waitress Club 2: Kavalkade 4. STROUD, MARY: Publications 4: Kayettes 2, 3,4: Waitress Club 2: G,A,A, 2, 3,45 Stage Production 3: Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, SUGGS, BEVERLY: Waitress Club 2: Kayettes 2, 3,45 Kavalkade 2, 3, 4: Rea Cross 3: Robed Choir 3, 4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Tillies 3,45 Madrigals 3,4: Student Council 2, 3, 4, fSecretary 41, SWIFT, ANNETTE: Kayettes 2, 3,4: Waitress Club 2: Orchestra 2,4: Kavalkade 3,4g Senior Play, TATE, CHESTER: Basketball 4, TATE, ELIZABETH: General Course. TATE ESTHER: General Course, TAYLOR, ROBERT: Track 3,4, THOMAS, JIM: Kavalkade 4. THOMAS, RONALD: Kavalkade 4, THOMPSON, BILLY: Tunibling Teatn 3, THORNBERRY, BARBARA: General Course, SENIORS 'N A Q , , ,., ,im W 5 as -ra. A If- , , X ' 1-f 2.- 1 '--.. I' ,W J ggi 'aw IW if it ,4- -of--v :tw J f A 5' i 'N 13" ROW ONE: ROW 'I' lx' Og ROW THREE: in 'ww Wir! it fs A 'B ff! will echo thnu the qeana RODRIGUEZ, LEE: Kavalkade 2, Spanish Club 2,3, RODRIGUEZ, ISABEL: Kayettes 3: G,A,A, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, History Club 4. ROGAN, KATHLEEN: Kayettes 4. ROMIG, RICIIARD: Ili-Y 2: Football 2,3,4, Basketball 2, Key Club 4. ROSS, JEANETTE: Waitress Club 2, Kayettes 2, 3, 4, fBoard Member 41, Kaval- kade 2, 3, 4, Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Robed Choir 3, 4, Madrigals 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Junior Play, Drum Corps 3, 4,QDrum Major 45, Publication 4, Thespians 3,4. SANDERS, CAROLYN: General Course. SANDERS, DON: GeneraIConrse, SCHNEIDER, FAYE: General Course, SCIIUETL, DICK: Junior Classical League 4, SCIIWINN, KAREN: Kayettes 4: G,A,A, 3, Senior Play, SCOTT, VIRGINIA: General Course. scovst, JACK: iiiza, 2,:3,4, qPresident 43. SEATON, DAVID: Student Council 2, 3,4, fVice-President 3, President 41, Sigma Pi 2,3,4, Swimming 2, 3 4- Key Club 2 'i -1: Golf 2 '3 4- Kavalkade 2 3 4' Senior Play Robed Choir 2 3 Kin Ka Candidate 2 ,'.- M., 2 .1 3 Y f J: Spanish Club 2,3, fPresident 233: Tliespians 4, SHAMBLIN, CHARLOTTE: Kayettes 2, G,A,A, 2,3, D.E, Club 3: Stage Production 3, SIMPSON, LANCE: Orchestra 2, 3: Band 4, Track 2,3,4, SLAUGHTER, NIARIORIE: G,A. A. 4. SMITH, CONNIE SUE: Orchestra 2, 3, Waitress Club 2, Kavalkade 2,35 Kayettes 2 3, 4, SMITH, KAY: Waitress Club 2, Kayettes 2,4: Tillies 3, Robed Choir 3,4g Madrigals 3,4, Kavalkade 2 '3 4 Class of '57 r'v A Q36 LAI 1-N an 355' lf' N, Q-n--f 'Kr' 'Vt-"" I J' , 3 4' f Q' L. v, ' . N lv, ,wa .- ri-w, ef' ...., , Q? -- he-on TT' Hi.- 5. 12' S ff- Ji' JL 2, '9- 3 7 nf" s.. - E9 Ox Qnvv "'f'.7" -wg -33 -N J U X :f-'ME , I! u s 5'5" 1' 'f J SENIORS ROM' ONE: PEASTER, CHARLES: Vocational Agriculture Course, PERKINS, MIKE: Kavalkade 2, 3,45 Robed Clioris 2, 3, PERSER, BOBBY: General Course, PFOIIL, PATRICIA: Kayettes 2: General Course. PIERCE, SUE: Kayettes 2, 155 D,E. 2: G.A,A, 2,3: Stage Production 3: Kavalkade 2. PIPPIN, BRENDA LUE: Kavalkade 2,3: Kayettes 2, 3: G A, A, 2,3, 4, ROV. TWO: POWELL, WYKEEMAH: Kaycttes 2,3: G,A,A. 2,4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 History Club 4: Kavalkade 3,45 Siiigc P1'0dUCli0I1 4: Junior Red Cross 2. POWERS, CONNIE: Business Coarse. PURKEY, BEA: Kayettes 2: G.A.A. 2: Stage Production 4, RATIIBUN, MARY JANE: Tillies 3,4, fSecretary 43: Orchestra 2,3: Spanish Club 4: Kavalltade 2, REED, MAGGIE JO: General Course. REESE, JIM: Football 2, LS, 45 Track 2, 3, 4, REID, BOB: Band 2,15,45 Kavalkade 2, 3,4: Sigma Pi 2: Junior Classical League 4: Orchestra 4. RICHEY, MARY ANN: General Course, RIIINEIIART, GARY: Robed Choir 253,-1: Kavalkade 2, 3, 4: Madrigals 23, 4. RIIINEIIART, JOHNNY: Kavalkadt 2,35 Robed Choir 2,Ll: Track I5,4, CCo-Captain 45: RICE, JOANNE: Kayettes 2, Li, 4: Waitress Club 2: Kaxalkade 45 RIGGS, ROSALIND: Waitress Club 25 Orchestra 2, 45 Stu- dent Council falt, Sip: Sigma Pi 2,13,4: Druni Corps 3,4: Kayettes 2: Spanish Club 3,-1: Kavalkade 2, ROW THREE: 'Jhe lauqhten we wene qlad toi shane 4, V1 ,5 3-139' F-bs 'ICU 1 tfvi "' 1 ...IV ' Ill: 's 4 If Q f 'ff lf 3 Ui il fi Q' lilly L. , 1 117 x I 1 5 X 1 RUM UXE5 RUM 'llztig RUM THREE: D 1 3-0 1 pls 5 an Qc: nf an X15 " mv 5 1' .2 'N-at 1 is I K , J L gr. 2-' 3 -'5' 7' 'ti' Z' 2 'V rv L 2 I ' 4,-' 1 ,,.: 6751154 . .Za-YN L 2 Class of '57 M1'ALES'I'ER, lx YLIER: B41sllctlx1ll2,l,l,'4g l:ootb11ll2,li,'lg 'l'rt11'k 2,Ii,4, NICCARTY, JERRY: D,E, 4, Guueral Cfoursc. M1 lY'lU5ll, JAIXIES L.: Spauisli Club 2,35 Tr.1cl12,45 lhtslwtlmll 4, AICXAIZXEY, SANDRA: Baud nl, -S4 -lg Url'l1141r.1f, lJru1:1 Corps 'l,'lg KLIYUIIQS 14, fliourd Nlt-u1bur 2jg5i1g11141Pi2,Li,4g Waitress Club 2, fPrcs- ulcrrtjgl ,Y Y 2, 1 1, fsrt.1jlwoEr llccpcr QD: Vive-Pru51dt'11tofSu11ior ClasSg5pa1uisl1Club ffl,-lg Plll'll1L'JIlOl'lS lg m11xtlt'111 l,or1:1t1l -l, 1, NlL'5PAlJlDEK, HM: Lt-11t'r.1lCo11rw: METZER, BEVERLY: Kaycttcs ig LJ..-YHA.. 2. ?.Zll.LER, LARRY: liootb11ll2,5, lg ll11slwtb.1ll2,'i,4g kux41llr11dL ljQSl?,flllf1 Pi 2,Z3,4g Baud 2,'5,4gStude1'11llou11- 1'1l 2, 53, -l, MIXER, PRl5QQlLL:Yg 'l1lliusI5,-lg Sk.'L'FClL'.Tl.1l Course, XIISCH, GARY: Radio Club 35: Kavalkatlu 2, L, XIUISERLY, ELIL Alililllg Slglllfl P125 ,luuior Rud Crow 2: liaiycttes 2,15,4g Rcbcd Choir 3, 4, fSecret.1ry- 'lrQ.1N11rcr4Jg Sultlgut Ciotrut-1l 124: lxtimlmrltg 2, -5, 4: 521.1111-'1 Club 2, MOORE, Bl D: Baud 2, 3, 4, CPru5idt:ut ily 51x1111.'1i11g L, 4: E411-.1112-,tide f, ll, 4. UURRIS, LYXET: UL11eralCoursc. .XZURl2lYr., lJAX'lD: Iootblill 2, 11, lg Golf Ig Publlliltious 4, NURPLEET, RICHARD: Baud 2,S5,4, NORTH, lYYl.'llD: Uri-lrt-1r.12,2lg51,311.1 Pl Q, S,4gDQbL1lui,-5,4g litlxullrtidu 2, 5,45Ju11i0rPlayglicyCl11b 2,S3,4, 5 O J fl rwidulrl lj: ll-111114 Q, ll, UYTUXXELL, PATRICK: ,luuiur 12111441411 Lpugue -, 51,43 Robed Cl1o1r 33g Madrigals i, ,g lxlimllltidt' 2, 9, PAXIUX, LEKNIS: 'lrpluslur from lx ylimwootl, kllQlHllOiIlZi li: Football '5,4g Track '14, ll,4Y'Nlf, l5ll.L: vt-11L-r.1li1o1.rXu, And the pneaent dmappeana gl l ROW ONE: ROW TWO, ROW THREE: KNISLEY, PAT: G.A,A, 3, General Course. DRAFT, JOLAYNE, Waitress Club 2, Sigma Pi 2,3,4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Kayettes 2, 3, 4, fBoard Member 41, Drum Corps 3,4, fPresident 43, Secretary of Junior Class, Kaval- kade 3. KURTZ., JACK: F.F.A. 3. LAMSON, MARGARET, Waitress Club 2, Kayettes 2, G,A, A, 2,3,4, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Drum Corps 3,4, Student Council falt. 3, 45, LAY, RODNEY: Football 2, Junior Play, Senior Play, Robed Choir 3, 4, Track 4, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, D, E. 4, Thespians 3,4, Radio Club 3. LEADER, ROGENE, Kayettes 2, Kavalkade 2, 3,4, D, E. 4, Robed Choir 3,4, G, A. A, 3,4, LECLERE, JUDY, Tillies fCheerleaderJ 2, 3, 4, Robed Choir 3,4, Orchestra 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, G. A, A, 2, 3, 4, Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Stage Production 4, Student Council 2, LEHMBECK, PAT: Kayettes 2, 3, Kavalkade 2, Publications 4, LEMING, JOE: Band 2, 3,4, Football 2, 3, Track 2, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, LESTER, RAY, Football 3, 4, Track 3,4, Publications 4, LEVY, JERRY, Football 2, 3,4, Basketball 2, Track 2, LEWIS, PHYLLIS: Waitress Club 2, Kayettes 2, 3,4, fBoard Member 3, 43, Drum Corps 3,4, fSecretary-Treasurer 43, Robed Choir 3,4, Kavalkade 2, 3,4, G. A.A. 4, Senior Pla , Si ma Pi 2. LIVELY, A.M, JR,, General Course, LOGAN, PHIL, Football S,3,4, Basketball 2, Track 2, Publications 4, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3,4, fVice-President 41, President of Junior Class, Robed Choir 3. LONG, IEANETTE: General Course. LOSH, GARY: Band 2, 3, 4, fDrum Major 45, Student Council 2, 3, Sigma Pi 2,3,4, Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Key Club 4, Orchestra 2,3, Golf 2, 3,4, MANN, LAURETTA: Band 2, 3, Kayettes 2 MATHIS, JOHN: General Course. SENIORS .0- x s tix, , f A , ! QL' 7 4 R y AC' 7 y g R .Q v I . 6 yi, ' , A n Ig. . 1 0' tx' as' Aw P M A Nr X. 50? 5 -X , X Q:-"" 'pf P ROW ONE: ROW TWO: ROW THREE: 1.J" 'x '-e I 0' kv as , ,fy We will have fheidff , . momenta fa HEALE, MARIE KATHERINE: Kayettes 3,45 Kavalkade 2, HOBBS, EUGENE: General Course: Track 2, HOLLYFIELD, ROGER: Band 2: Football 2, 3,4: Track 3, HOLMES, DERRALD: Business Course: Tennis 3, HUFFMAN, DON: General Course. HUNT, LYNN: G. A. A. 2, 3,4: Kayettes 2, 4: Waitress Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. IIURD, JOLINDA: G.A. A. 2,3,4: Kayettes 2,3,4: Stage Production 4: Kavalkade 2: Senior Play Crew, ISHAM, JACQUELINE: Waitress Club 2: G. A. A, 2, 35 Kayettes 2, 3, 4, fBoard Member 35: Student Council 3 fall. 2, 43: Junior Play: Kavalkade 2, 3, 4: Drum Corps 3,4: Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, fSecretary-Treasurer 41, JACKSON, CHRIS: Tillies 3: Kayettes 2,4: G,A.A, 2,3,4: Waitress Club 2: Kavalkade 2,-1: Publications4 JOPLIN, JESSIE: General Course, JOSEPH, SHARON: Orchestra 2, 3,45 Kayettes 2, 3,4: Kavalkade 2, 3, 4: G.A. A. 2, KASTLER, KAROLYN: Waitress Club 2: Kayettes 2, 3,4: Orchestra 2, 3,4: G, A.A. 2, 3,4: Stu- dent Council 2, 35 Drum Corps 3, 45 Kavalkade 2, 3,4. KAUFFMAN, JIM: General Course. KEETER, BETTY: Kayettes 4. KIDDOO, BETTY LU: Waitress Club 2: Kayettes 2, 3, 4, fBoard Member 3, 43: Band 2: Orchestra 3, 4: Drum Corps 3, 4: Kavalkade 2,3,4: Student Council 3, 4: Junior Classical League 3, 4. KIMBREL, CLAUDE: Football 2, 3,4: Track 2,3, 4: F,F,A. 2, 3. KITCHENS, KENNETH: Transfer from Kansas City, Missouri 3: General Course. KNIGHT, VENCENT D.: Basketball 2, 3,4: Track 3, 4, Class of '57 5: S A sr- . 'Kg Q -2 ,l 'M Q -, ..,. , ' FXS- J lv' QQ ' I y '7 gs ROW ONE: ROW TWO: ROW THREE, T-4 6-9 I 3 1, f S Qs :T i 9- 1 ' l N' 5 3.-x :QR Q... -sz' , -.-, -1 K X '11 s. ' X ,' ' SENIORS FAI-ILER, DELBERT: Football 2,3, Track 3,4. FICKLIN, AVANELLE: Kayettes 2, 3,4, Robed Choir 3,4, Kavalkade 2,3,4, Spanish Club 2, 3,4, Stage Production 3,4, FIELDS, OTHA: Football 2, 3,4, Track 2,3,4 Basketball 2,4, Student Council 2, FITZGERALD, ELEANOR, Kayettes 2, 3,4, Waitress Club 2, Kavalkade 2, 3. FORD, DAVID BRUCE: F,F,A, 2,3,4, FOUTS, KEITH: Track 3, Football 4. FRANCIS, NEVA: Kayettes 2,3, Kavalkade 3, FRYE, SHIRLEY: Sigma Pi 2,3,4, GANDT, ROBERT, Debate 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Thespians 3, 4, History Club 3, 4, fPresic1ent 35, Key Club 3,4, Track 2, Kavalkade 4, Publications 4, GILLETTE, BUCKY: Spanish Club 2, 3, Kavalkade 2, Senior Play 4. GOOD, QCALDWELLJ ANNA: General Course, GOTTSCHALK, MILDRED, Kavalkade 2, Junior Classical League 3,4, Waitress Club 2, Kayettes 2,3, fBoard Member 35, G.A,A, 2,3, Drum Corps 3,4, Student Council Qalt. 23. GRAY, BETTY: Band 2, Orchestra 2, G,A. A. 2, 3, 4, Tillies fCheerleaderj 3,4, Student Council 3, Senior Class Secretary, Sigma Pi 2, 3, Waitress Club 2, Junior Classical League 3,4, Robed Choir 3, 4, faccompanistj Kavalkade 3,4. GREEN, CAROLE: Robed Choir 3,4, Kindley Kavalkade 2, 3,4, I-IADER, BILLY: Football 2, 3,4, Track 2,3,4, Kavalkade 2, HANDSHUMAKER, GARY: F.F.A. 2,3,4, HASTINGS, GENE, Publications 4, General Course. HEACOCK, LESLIE: Football 2, Kavalkade 2, Sigma Pi 2,3,4, f 2 S? 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'Q--f 7' I 'GLY an ROW ONIE ROW TWO ROW THREE in- Edit 'S'-f Class of 1957 COLLEY LARRY Basketball 4 Semor Play Crew COLLINS LARRY Football 2 3 4 F F A 2 3 4 Track 2 COLLIVER DICK VICE Presldent of Sophomore Class Football 2 3 4 Track 2 4 Swlmmmg 2 4 Key Club 2 3 4 Presrdent of Semor Class Kavalkade 4 Publlcatlons 4 Student Counc1l2 COLQUITT ALICE General Course COOINS CHARLOTTE Kayettes 2 4 COWAN LOIS G A A 2 3 4 Kayettes 2 3 4 fBoard Member 35 S1gma P12 3 4 HISIOIY Club 3 4 Sen1or Play Kavalkade 2 3 4 Publlcatlons 4 T1ll1es 3 4 fCo Treasurer 33 CRANOR WESLEY GENE General Course DAVIDSON GARRY Football2 3 4 DENNEY JUDITI-I Slgma P1 2 3 Secretartal Course DIXON DAN Band 2 3 4 Key Club 4 Kavalkade 2 3 4 Junlor Play Senlor Play DIXON MARGIE General Course DIXON PAUL Track2 Football2 DONALDSON CHARLES General Courue EAKINS BECKY Ka ettes 2 3 4 Tlllles 3 4 QCO Pres1dent4j Kavalkade 3 Jumor Play Senror Play Crew ELLIS STEVE Stu entCounc1l 4 Swtmmmg 2 3 4 Key Club 2 3 4 Kavalkade 2 3 4 Semor Play Crcw ,lunror Play Crew Football 3 Jumor Class1calLea5ue 3 4 EUBANKS GWEN Kayertes 3 4 G A A 4 EUBANKS BILL General Course EUDALY LARRY Orchestra 'Ike quiet 5. , . MX ROW ONE: ROR. 'fl' U5 ROW THREE: t 3 Q 3 Ave 3 s s"" "' T vs, Q.,...... .W ,V 3 W -why 1 ,P I I Q0 1 , , . A 3 f ' A p V p , , JI fr e- A 1. 'f-' .9 7 1'-.N to uegiiembeu d malw- BULLOCK, XYARYER: Football 2,13g Rey Club 4, BURGE, BILL: Football 2: Band 2,3, BUSTER, TOM: Foot- ball 2, 3, 4: Track 3. BLTTERNIORIT, KEITH: Robed Choir Z, Ii, 4: Aladrigals 3,-1: Kavalkadc 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4: Spanish Club 23, 4, Publications 4 CAIN, ROBERT MILES: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 3,43 Spanish Club 4. CARAM AY, JUDY: Waitress Club 2: Tillies fCheerleader3 Il, 4: C, A, A, 2, 53, 4:Kayettes 2, 3, 4: Robed Choir 33,4: Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, CARR, CHARLENE: Ceuer.1lCourse. CARRICO, EARLINE: Waitress Club 2, liayettes 2,3,-lg Kavalkade 3: G.A,A, 33: Sigma Pi 2,,l,4g Junior Classical League 4: Stage Produt-tion Il, CARSON, BERLENE: Kayettcs 2, -ig Baud 2, 15,43 Stage llroduttton Il, Xugtttress Club 2, ,lunior Classical League 4: Kavalkade 3,4g Orchestra 2, CARTIYRIGIIT, LARDONXA: G, A, A, lg Kztycttes 4, CASEY, DLINN,Xg Waitress Club 2, Orchestra 2, 3,45 Secretary of Sophomore Class, Drum Corps 35,-1, fVit:e-Presrdertt lp, Band 2: Kayettes 4: Kavalkade 2, 35 Swlllllllillg Queen Attendant 253, CALLFIELD, ILDITII: Kuyetzes 1, 3, 4: Drum Corps 75, -lgllistory Club 4g Student Council 4: Band 2. CAULKINS, RONALD: Vocational Agriculture Course. CEASE, L, IJXVAYXE: Siage Production 2,3,4g Robed Choir 2, 3, 4: Student Council falt, 2, LBJ: Ixavalkade I, 3, 4, CEPSY, JOAN: Waitress Club 2, Kayettes 2,3,-4. CHRISTY, ANN: Waitress Club 2: liL1yettcs2,i5,4, Robecl Choir 3, 4: Kavalkade 2, 3,45 Tillies 3,45 Junior Classical League 3, 4: llistoty Club 4, Student Council falt, 43, CLINE, DOYLE: Transfer from Wichita East, Kansasg General Course. CODAY, AXITA: lfiaiettes 'Ig Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Robed Choir 4, Drum Corps 3, -4, fScrapbook-keeper -lj, Kavalkade 2, 4g Junior Classical League Ii, 4, Student Council falt. 3,-lj, SENIORS 'V' ID Y f ,577 X I f 6 lv- Q gt , .J I! '-'Yr'-v. ROW ONE: ROW TWO: ROW THREE: BATES, GILBERT: Transfer from Parsons, Kansas 4. BAUER, JIM: Band 2,3,4, fVice-Presidentj: Hi-Y 2,3: Junior Classical League 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Junior Play 3: Sigma Pi 2: Kavalkade 3, BECKWITH, DELPHA: General Course. BECKWITH, KAREN: Band 2, 3,4: Kayettes 2: Kavalkade 2. BEESON, JOHN: Football 2, 3,4: Track 2, 3,4: Basketball 2, 3,4, BEISLEY, DAVID: General Course. BEREMAN, CARROLL: Business Course. BONI-IAM, SHARON: Drum Corps 3,4: Robed Choir 3: Kayettes 2, 3,4, qBoard Member 3, President 45: Kavalkade 2, 3: Waitress Club 2, fVice-Presidenty: Swimming Queen Attendant 3: Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4: Vice-President of Junior Class: Student Council 2,4, BONHAM, VIRGINIA: Kavalkade 2, 3, 4: Robed Choir 3, 4: Radio Club 3,4: Junior Classical League 3, 4, fSecretary 31: Kayettes 2, 3, 4, QBoard Member 3, 45: Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4: Waitress Club 2: Tillies 3, 4. BOWMAN, PHIL: Band 2, 3,4, QSecretary 41: Sigma Pi 2, 3,4: Debate 3: Junior Play 3: Kavalkade 2, BRASCHLER, LEON: F,F, A, 2: Radio Club 3 BRAY DENISE Waitress Club 2- Orchestra 2 3 Sta e Production 2 President of So homore Class - . 2 . , : g 2 P 1 Student Council 2, falt. 3,4J: Sigma Pi 2, 3,4: Junior Play: Drum Corps 3,4: Kaiyettes 2, 3,4, fBoard Mem- ber 2, 3, Vice-President 45: Junior Classical League 3, 4, fPresident 33: Kavalka e 2, 3,4: Robed Choir 4: Track Queen Attendant 3: Publications 4. BREWER, DONNA: Kayettes 2,3: Tillies 3,4, QCO-President 43: Stage Production 4: Student Council 3: Kavalkade 2, 3,4. BROKER, ROY: Transfer from Shawnee Mission, Kansas: Football 4: Track 4. BROOKS, RICHARD: Band 2,3. BROOKSHIRE, HARRY: Radio Club 3: Kavalkade 2,3. BROWN, IEANETTA: General Course. BRUNGER, DON: Football 2,3: Orchestra 2,3, Class of '57 ' ' x gii,' I .. 1. - 37:3 J' ri-, A' f 50 'L' 1 ' a 114' 'rr' t WSP I Li' K I I f if T1 '- , J 5 ", 4 1 " 2' , 5 rn WN ,, I ea 113' L: "Ir , I J' ' 2 , , f X L' W,,4,,p' 17 If 1' r, '. F 3-"I f "IQ :Ji 2 1 l 1 1 r ' 1 f e if: :J - ': is 4' . 4: ra I J' 6' ' ea X :L ,A , , if X f uv' ,wh 5 'vw cg, 1 il L. E. 1 it f . Ig! ?' 65- ""'f'?'s .. D 1 -v -,, ..- 5 I f K 'Jhe new 'Lleaua Eve ZT sag '- ll-- 1- ff as ' fm gf 1 1 ' l Q fr: v-I t 'V X " ' " ci Q f 'U' 5' , , 1 K ta it he , . .,,,. ,I x si ea rv- ld SENIORS ADAMS, DEAN: General Course, ADAMS, DONALD: General Course, AKINS, GWEN: Waitress Club 2: Kayettes 2, 3, 4: Junior Classical League 3,4: Junior Play 3: History Club 3,4g Sigma Pi 4. ALDERMAN, ARTHUR: Football 3,4: Track 2, 41 Junior Classical League 3,4. ALEXANDER, ETHEL: General Course. ALLEN, JIMMY: Band 2,35 D,E. 4, ALLEN, TOMMY: Swimming l,2,3,4: Key Club :5,4, ALTER, JOHN: Track 2. ALWOOD, JACK: Swimming 2,4: Key Club 2, I5,4. AMMONS, JERRI: G,A.A. 4, ANNING, DON: Golf 2, 3, 4: Foot ball 4: Student Council 3, falt, 29, Hi-Y 3, Sigma Pi 2,3, 4, ARGYLE, ELINOR: Junior Classical League 3, 4: Kayettes 2, 3, 4. ARMSTRONG, PAT: Kayettes 2, AUSTIN, WINIFRED: Business Course. BAKER, DIXIE: Transfer from Nowata, Oklahoma 4: Kayettes 4. BALDRIDGE, DOLORES: Spanish Club 2,3,4: History Club 4. BANKHEAD, REBECCA: General Course, BARTLETT, CAROLE: Waitress Club 2: Kayettos 2, Qi: Robed Choir 15, Kavalkade 23 Sigma Pi 2,3, 4: Spanish Club 4, g 1 'I lass Zlansturp The Sensor Class of T957 entered Fseld Ksndley sn a storm of excste ment Wsth Densse Bray headsng the class, assssted by Dsck Collsver and Donna Casey, the scared sophomores started to leave thesr smpressson sn C H S s hsstory Ssnce we had the largest percentage sn Ssgma Ps w qusckly acquired the title, The Brasns Davsd Seaton was our nomsnee for Ksng Kay VI We had several sophomores help wsn the esghth strasght state champsonshsp sn swsmmsng Those boys were Davsd Seaton, Jack Alwood Dsck Collsver Larry Spencer, and Steve Ellss Also sn sports four sophomores were on the Tornado football squad They were Otha Fselds Bsll Hader, John Beeson, and Charlse Thurston Judy LeClere was the only sophomore cheerleader As Juvensle Junsors we elected Phsl Logan President wsth Sharon Bonham and Jolayne Kraft as hss helpers Davsd Seaton was also our candsdate for Ksng Kay VII along wsth besng Vsce Pressdent of the Student Council The Junsor Play Father Knows Best wsll be remembered as one of the best The Junsor Sensor Receptson and Prom furnsshed the Sensors wsth the mystsctheme of Candyland Outstandsng sn football thesr Junsor year bessdes the four mentsoned above were Larry Wagner Delbert Fahler Jerry Levy Larry Collsns, Jsm Reese Roger Hollyfseld, Don Brunger Tom Buster, Phsl Logan, Larry Msller Duck Collsver Richard Romsg, Bsll Wslson Walter McAlsster, Art Alderman, Ray Lester Joe Lemsng Davsd Morrow Warner Bullock Claude Ksmbrel, Gary Davidson Lewss Paxton and Steve Ellss -QL. were Otha Fselds Bsll Wslson Charlse Thurston, Vencent Knsght Larry Msller, and John Beeson Betty Gray and Judy Caraway were chosen cheerleaders to work wsth Judy LeClere Sandy McNabney, Donna Casey and Densse Bray represented C H S at Gsrls State T956 At Boys State were Larry Msller, Davsd Morrow, Jerry Levy Phsl Bowman and Davsd North As Snappy Sensors we elected Dsck Collsver Pressdent Sandy McNabney Vsce President, and Betty Gray as Secretary Gary Losh was band drum molar whsle Jeanette Ross Bates held the honor or Drum Corps The Sensor Play, Fog Island was very successful and held the large audience sn suspense Dsck Collsver was our candsdate for Ksng Kay VIII Our contributions to the C H S royal famsly were asSophomores Judy LeClere, football attendant and Donna Casey swsm attendant As Junsors Judy LeClere was basketball queen Betty Gray was basketball attendant and Sharon Bonham and Donna Casey were swsm attendants Also, Joyce Stout resgned as relays queen and Densse Bray was relays attendant As Sensors, Karolyn Kastler was football queen with Beverly Suggs as her attendant At the tsme of thss wrstsng the themes for the sprsng actsvstses whsch snclude a large number of sensors had not been chosen But, we do know that on May 3 I957, the Junsors royally entertasned the Sensors as the annual receptson and prom Also the Sensor Class Day program was held and much enloyed by the entsre Student Body These past three years of excsternent and flurry were brought to a close on graduation day May 24 T957 Although we won t be around Vlce pf C'-Ass OFFIC Fseld Ksndley anymore, the class of 57 wsll go Colzweresldem Betty ERS SandyM down In C H S hsstory as one that wsll never H Prmdenr my Secrehilvabney be forgotten Y D"-'lf I ,I - II ll ' T ' ' . . .' ' . ' ' ' ', e ' ' ' ss ' ll ' ' Y I 9 I I C . 9 I N O I O I . ll ' ' Il , ' ' T I . . I . . . - . . . . I ,, ,, . . - . . . 5 I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I . ' The fore-mentioned swimmers also worked hard for their Junior year. On the Tornado Basketball team : . I . . I . . I . ' I . I . ' ,, . ,, . . . . - . 4 I Y . I U 4 , f na' ' II ll ' I 1 I I I I I . I A n , . I . Z! C IR I . , J I ' SENIO I - ' , I . . , . l I : Awww SENIORS 89 'N iw F18 fthat Ah, food! ,JJ -x, iv Y cn Hey Louder! ar your notes? ast get-away! I EUNICE HARVEY VIOLA THOMPSON High School Secretary Trade School Secretary Some 015 them even ltleed ua' HAROLD SAPPENFIELD Journalism, Family Living Debate FRANK SEWELL Auto Mechanics MILES SHEFFLER English, World History, Government EARL SHELLY Drafting OREN P, STONER Coach, Laboratory Science FRANK THORNE Commerce IA dsx 5.135 it 6 to 1 Q , ,Q.3"vX liQ'62'i-'41 5 ' A , f 33, . nov au, nun. a.. .,? X .f a Q 'Q ' . LESLIE MCKINNIS Vice- Principal MARIE DIGGS Director of Counseling 'Jheq wene unclenatandinq and patient, WILLIAM LYNN Chemistry, Physics, Biology KENNETH A, MCCLURE Coach, Biology ELAINE MULLIKEN Clothing C, P, NEIS Coach, Government KATHLEEN NORFLEET Social Science CLEO RUSH Library N QQ, ' I 1'4T'w , ff 4 3 23- . I ' x ' A 'Xi if sl db - V X ' if A 7.116 It ELDRED HARRIS ' Vocational Agriculture SWAN HIGHBAUGH ' Electricity, Home Mechanics, Drafting A FLORENCE HOOVER English AVIS JOHNSON English BARBARA KELLER Physical Education, First Aid GEORGE KOON General Shop, Drafting HARVEY LEWIS Music Tlo one will even know! W,F, CURRIER Trade School Director fri ! JOHN CHARLESWORTH Coach, Physical Education PHILLIP CROW Choi: CLIFF CURRIER Coach, Study Hall ELOISE ECKHARDT Mathematics DOROTHEA FAHLER Commerce HELEN GLASER Mathematics MARY GREER Art How theq put up wcth ua CLARK HENDRIX Principal of Field Kindley .sM""t . ff! Aim "L 'e w ff iifiv V,A, KLOTZ. Superintendent of Schools 'Jheae ane owl teachena, bleaa 'em DOROTHY BRO PHY Commerce TRACY BROWER World History, Math MERL BROWN Machine Shop KENNETH BURCHINAL English, Dramatics LYDIA BUTTERFIELD English, Spanish ETHEL CABBELL Latin, English EDNA CAPE Foods nw. ?L N ,. 'lm-D ADMINISTRATION N .. ,,- xivvx 60 I ,W la 1 , 5 'IE . '41 A '- il '11, ff" '. . ' Ae 1' pl If V L The 81h Annual KINDLEY KAVALKADE 'C 'K 1 PiLUUl'l, I IU Yi!" IX 'rfl Y. I-lcrlslm, RON N Sl AH, ROW UNE: joycc York film Virwf-fs, and Avzmcllu C 'l WU: Cjrgmarrl Moore, Sandra Pool Jolindn H 1rd, Beatrice Porky, and Judy Lcnlerc, ROW THREE: Wykeema Powell, Domus Brewer, and Uewayne ffezrse, .cd-5 I I 'F A ,..,.nv- Dedication We, the 1957 Twister staff, do hereby dedicate this book to our friends and teachers, Miss Florence Hoover and Mr. Swan L. High- bauglh, who are leaving G.H.S. after having devoted many hours of unse fish service for their school and oommuniay. Miss Hoover, after bein with the Coffeyv lle school system for 32 years, and Mr. l-liglhbaugg, who has been here for 34 years, are retiring from the teac ing profession, Their patience, co-operative spirit, and personal service has endeared them to eve one We sincerely hope that good fortune will be with :hem through the coming years. I Florence Hoover Swan L. Hlghbaugh :me is 957 'Jwmen sian 1 sf - W - Co- Editors Denise Bray - Lois Cowan Associate Editors Pat Lehmbeck - Pictures Christine Jackson - Features Phil Logan- Sports V D I KH. D. Sappenfield - Photographer and Advisor, QL , V C - X All other members of the iournalism department wg isee page 551 shared in the production of thisg 5 book. L i V l , , mx l 'X-Q N , Foreword l g In years to come may this book bring pleasant memories to all of you. May you reap well from what you have sown during your golden years in Field Kindley High School. 5, 1 l ' 1 4 1 1 It snowed one day! in 4 2 1..Q-1-"""""""'J 'l"s3 Y, 2 rs A 1 Remember those days in ' ROOSEVELT JUNIOR HIGH? ' 'I t ff ! My , , g, ,,1..:s. Jn-4 f 'Q -:L 4-,,e,Z,ik,5 .r my-,Q - " 5, C' ' mv' - J ,F - 5 . -L..fQ ,., , - - :zu-,' V qi . .r . , , . - R. H - f- V1 , 4 Jr f V . ,, Q w V .4,,,, , Q, 4 . , 'I ' 457. V.. - . A ' -Ei? ' fy-, :vlan -.4 1 L-.. A- - M, I-32:5 ' A ?, ,gf w- ' ' W'-LZ .- ,, 'A .3 Y:- fav: 5 -1 9 ' 4 1 f V ,F,,:,9,,,,f U -if ' ,Qt . - 4 -. ' . Q ' 'n 'Jq " ' Q , . P v , . 1-5 ' 4 0 ,A . 4 G x lf . .. ,.., .,u,,q , 1 . , 1 f V, I ,1- 1 . i I . ,Eff - -1' K 4.1: ap e 3, . ' ., , V ff - :zg+32?if . ' NIVK . W , - - f A A. ' 4 4 ' 4


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