Field Kindley High School - New Direction Yearbook (Coffeyville, KS)
- Class of 1959
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"pile up" on 6th and Roosevelt at noon. . . the odors coming from the
chemistry room. These things are Field Kindley, Or are they?
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FRONT ROW: Edith Easton, Suzanne Stoner, Nisha Unsell, Annie Nitz, Carol McClelland,
BACK ROW: Becky Medsker, Carol Sue Allcorn, Richard Robertson, Margie Purcell, Sue
Editorein-Chief, Suzanne Stonerg Editor, Nisha Unsellg Associate Editors,
Edith Easton, Annie Nitz, Becky Medskerg Department Editors, Marjorie
Purcell, Carol McC1e11andg Copy Editors, Richard Robertson, Carol Sue
Allcorn, Sue Bartholomew: Photography and Advisor, H,D, Sappenfield.
A11 journalism students had a share in the production of his yearbook.
For their pictures see page 67.
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Commerce Latin, English Coach, Physical Education
KENNETH BURCHINAL EDNA CAPE
English Dramatics Foods Family Living
LAVON CRAWFORD ELOISE ECKHARDT DOROTHEA FAHLER
English Mathematics Commerce
MARY DOWNEY WILLIAM ELWOOD
History English Vocational Machine
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MARY GREER AVIS JOHNSON JOHN LAMBERTSON
Art English Drafting
ELDRED HARRIS BARBARA KELLER
Vocational Agriculture Physical Education
HARVEY LEWIS JOSEPH MASON ELAINE MULLIKEN
Music Government, History, English Clothing
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History Publications, Debate, Government,
Family Living History, English
JERRY RANK FRANK SEWELL
Spanish, English Auto Mechanics
WILLIAM SHORES HAROLD THOMAS GEORGE VARLEY
Vocal Music Coach, World History Electricity, Shop, Math
OREN STONER FRANK THORNE
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ROW ONE: AKIN, RONNIE: Thes ians 4: Si ma Pi 2: Kavalkade 3,4: Senior Play Crew. ALLCORN. CAROL: G.A.A. 2:
Kayettes 2,3: Junior Play: Kavaliade 2,3,E: Orchestra 2,3: Thespians 4: Publications 4. ALLEN, CAROL: Robed Choir 3,
4: Drum Corps 3.4, CPresi'dent 41: Sigma Pi 2: Kayettes 2.3: Spanish Club 3.4: Student Council Alternate 3: Secretary of
Sophomore Class: Kavalkade 2,3,4: senior Play Crew. ANDERSON, DON: Junior Classical League 4. ANDRES, SHELBA:
Kayettes 2: Beginning Choir 2: Junior Play Crew. ROW TWO: BAFUS, KAREN: Kayettes 2,3,4: Kavalkade 2,3,4: Student
Council 3.4, fA1ternate 3, Secretary 41. BAKER. TALITHA: General Course. BARKER, NINA: G.A.A. 2,4: Spanish Club
4. BARNHART, MARY: General Course. BARTHOLOMEW, SUE: Debate 2: Annual Staff: Kayettes 2: Orchestra 2,3,4: Kav-
alkade 3: Publications 4. ROW THREE: BEAM, KAREN: Beginnin Choir: General Course. BENEFIEL, LEE ANN: Kayettes
2,3,4: Robed Choir 3,4: Kavalkade 3,4: Senior Play Crew. BEREMAN, DOROTHY: Kayettes 2,3: G.A.A. 2,3,4. BERRY,
CAROL: Spanish Club 4: Be inning Choir 4: College Preparatory. BERRY, JUDY: Kayettes 2,3,4g Publications 4. ROW
FOUR: BEVER, SHIRLENE: lgayettes 2: Homemaking: Beginning Choir 2,3,4. BEIRBRODT, CARL: C.I.0. 4: BLICKENS-
DERFER, GRETCHEN: Kayettes 2,3,4: Tillies 3.4, CSecretary 41: Thespians 4: Junior Play: Stage Production 3: Junior
Classical League 3,4.
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ROW ONE: BLUMENSTEIN, TOMMY: General Course. BOND, JIM: F. F.A. 2,3,4. BONHAM, KENNY KAY: Drum Corps
3,4: Junior Class Secretary: Kavalkade 2: G.A.A. 2,3,4, fScrapbook Keeper 21: Student Council 2,3: Kayettes 2, 3,4,
fBoard Member42,3,4, Vice-President 41. BOYDSTON, RONNIE: Kavalkade 3.4: Senior Play Crew: Stage Production 4.
BRASCHLER, STEVE: Spanish Club 2. ROW TWO: BREDEHOFT, BARBARA: Junior Red Cross 3,4, CChairman 31: Junior Play
Kayettes 3,4, fDevotion Chairman 41: Sigma Pi 3,4: G.A.A. 3: Student Council 4, fPresident 41: Robed Choir 4: Tillies
4: Junior Classical League 4: Safety Club 4: fTransfer from Lincoln, Nebraska -Y-Teens 2: Pep Club 21. BUFFINGTON,
BUD: Band 2,3,4: Orchestra 4: Kavalkade 2. BURDICK, LLOYD: F.F.A. 2,3,4, fSecretary 41. BURGHART, PAT: Kay-
ettes 2,3,4: Tillies 3.4: Robed Choir 3,4: Senior Play Crew: Student Council 4, fAlternate 41: Stage Production 4: Kav-
alkade 2,3,4. BUSTER, JOHN: Football 3: Sta e Production 4: Kavalkade 4: Senior Play Crew. ROW THREE: BUSTER,
PATTY: Kayettes 2: Tillies 3. BUZARD, SHAERON: Art Club 3,4, QReporter 41: Publications 4. CARDEN, SANDRA JEAN:
Kayettes 2,3: G.A.A. 2,3,4: Junior Play Crew: Thespians 4: Senior Play Crew: Library Assistant 4. CARY, SUSAN: Stu-
dent Council 2, fAlternate 21: Kayettes 2: Orchestra 2: Spanish Club 2,3: G.A.A. 3.4. FRANCIS, DICKSIE QCARNS1:
General Course. ROW FOUR: CARPENTER, TOMMY: General Course. CARRIKER, BILLY: General Course. CARSON, MAR.
LEE: Tillies 3,4, CVice-President 41: Kayettes 2,3,4: Orchestra 2: Robed Choir 3,4: Spanish Club 3: G.A.A. 3: Junior
Red Cross 3: Kavalkade 3.4: Senior Play Crew: Safety Club 4.
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ROW ONE: CARTER, JUDY: Kayettes 4: Choir 2.3. CAREY, TOMMY: General Course. CAULKINS, VERLYN: General
Course. ROW TWO: CESSNA, BILL: General Course. CESSNA, NELDA: G.A.A. 2: Kayettes 2,3: Stage Production 4
CHASTAIN, JOHN: Junior Red Cross 3: Kavalkade 2. CHILDRESS, CONNIE: Choir 2,3,4. CLEMONS, DONNA: Drum
Corps 3,4, fSecretary 41: Kayettes 2: Sigma Pi 2.3: Student Council 2.3. fA1ternate 31. ROW THREE: CLEMONS, DUANE
General Course. CLOUSE, POLLY: Kayettes 2,3,4: Tillies 3,4: Kavalkade 3,4: Robed Choir 3,4. COBB, BETTY: General
Course. COBLE, ESTHER: Kayettes 2,3,4: Junior Play Stage Crew: Senior Play: Thespians 4: Stage Production 4. COBLE
JERRY: F.F.A. 2,3,4. ROW FOUR: COBLE, JUDITH: Kayettes 3: Beginning C oir 2,3,4. CODY, DELITE: Sigma Pi 2
Sta e Production 3: G'.A.A. 4. CONRAD, VELLA KAYE: Robed Choir 4: avalkade 4. CORDELL, MARIE: General Course
CO ELIUS, DARREL: Band 2,3,4, fPresident 4J: Kavalkade 3,.-4: Publications 4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Thespians
Master of Ceremonies Junior-Senior Reception 3.
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ROW ONE: COSTIN, RONNIE: Band 2,3,4, fTreasurer 41: Swin sters 2,3,4: Swimming 2,3,4g Key Club 4: Publications 4:
Kavalkade 2,3,4. COURTRIGHT, JIM: fTransfer from E1 Dorago 2-Science Club 21, Sigma Pi 3,4, fBoard Member 41:
Student Council 4, Spanish Club 3: Debate 2, 3.4, Track 2,3,4g Thespians 3,4, fPresident 41: Junior Play: Senior Play:
Kavalkade 3. COWAN, BOB: F.F.A. 2,3,4, QReporter 41. ROW TWO: COWAN, DOYLE: Senior Play Sta e Crew, Kaval-
kade 4. COY, ANITA KAY: Sigma Pi 2. CRAMER, JIM: Key Club 3,4: Swimmin 2,49 King Kay Candigate 3. CROSSON
DIANA: Thespians 4: Kayettes ,3,4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Kavalkade 2. DAIgIEL, ARTHUR: Spanish Club 4. ROW
THREE: DANIELS, RALPH: Chorus. DICK, RICHARD: Track . DIRIGO, JOE: Swimming 2.3: Kavalkade 2,3,4: Key Club
4. DIXON, MARION: Stage Production. DUNN, BOB: Student Council. ROW FOUR: EASTON, EDITH: Kayettes 2: Robed
Choir 3,4: Madrigals 3,4: Kavalkade 2.3.45 Publications 4: Drum Corps 3,4, QScrapbook Keeper 41: Sigma Pi 2,3,4,
QS:-:cretary-Treasurer 41: Student Council 2, 3, fAlternate 21: Junior Play, Senior Play: Spanish Club 3: Safety Club 4: An-
nual Staf . EDMONDSON, NANCY: Kavalkade 3,4: Kayettes 3. ELDER, JIM: Basketball 29 Track 2: C.I.O. Club. ELLIS,
EUGENE: Junior and Senior Play Stage Crews: Stage Production 4: Kavalkade 2,3,4g Swimming 3,4. ENGEL, CLARK:
Football 2,3,4: Track 3.
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ROW ONE: ENGLUND, JANICE: Drum Corps 3,4: Orchestra 2,3,4: Kayettes 2,3,4: Kavalkade 3,4: Sigma Pi 2: Student
Council 3,4. fAlternate 31: Spanish Club 3,4, QPresident 41: Junior Red Cross 2: G.A.A. 3. ERWIN, I-IERMAN: F.F.A. 2:
Auto Mechanics 3,4. EVERETT, GAYLENE: Kayettes 2,3: G.A.A. 2,3,4: Kavalkade 3,4. FITZSIMMONS, THELMA: Jun-
ior Classical Leaigue 3,4: Kayettes 2: Spanish Club 4: G.A.A. 4: Debate 2. FOLKS, BARBARA: Moved Away. ROW TWO:
FORD, KENNET : Si ma Pi 2,3,4: Kavalkade 2: Student Council 3,4. FOSTER, DORIS: Drum Corps 3.4: Si ma Pi 2,3,
4: Thespians 4: Kavalkade 2: Student Council 3: Junior Play: Senior Pla : Kayettes 2, 3.4: G.A.A. 2. FRENEH, ELEANOR:
General Course. GARLAND, RALPH: Football 2: Basketball 2,3,4: Track 3,4: Publications 4. GATLIN, CARROLL: Basket-
ball 2,3,4: F.F.A. 2,3,4, CSentinelj: Stage Production 2: Robed Choir 4: Football 2,3,4: Track 2,3. ROW THREE: GIB-
SON, WAYNE: General Course. GRAHAM, BARBARA: Kayettes 2,3: G.A.A. 2,3: Band 3: Orchestra 2: D.E. 4, QPreside
Kavalkade 2,3,4. GRAHAM, FLOYD: Junior Play Stage Crew: Art Club 4: Kavalkade 3. GREGORY, JOLENE: General
Course. GRIFFITHS, GARY: Kavalkade 2, 3,4: Junior Play Sta e Crew: Senior Play Stage Crew: Stage Production 3,4.
ROW FOUR: HALL, JACK: Track 3. HALL, MELINDA: Drum Cgorps 3,4: Robed Choir 3,4: Kayettes, CBoard Member 2,3
4, President 41: Si ma Pi 2,3,4, fBoard Member 31: Junior Classical League 3,4: Kavalkade 3.4: Vice-President of Jun:
ior Class: Junior Play. HAINES, SARAH: Cfransfer from Atchison 4-Senior Chorus Il 2, 3: Madrigals 2,3: Junior Play:
"A" Clubjg Kayettes 2,3,4: Robed Choir 4: Student Council 4.
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ROW ONE: HARRISON, ARTHUR: Band 2,3,45 Kavalkade 3. HARTZELL, JEWELL: Mechanical Course. HAWKINS, VAL-
ERIE: General Course, HEACOCK, KENNETH: General Course. HEADY, BYRON: F.F.A. 2,3,4, CTreasurer 31. ROW TWO:
HEADY, JAMES R.: Spanish Club 3. HELKENBERG, IERRIE: Band 2,3,45 Kayettes 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3. HESTER, PATTI:
Kavalkade 25 Tillies 3,45 Senior Play Make-up Crew5 Junior Classical League 4. HIGGINS, CHARLES: Football 35 Track
35 History Club 2. HILDERBRANT, RONNIE: C.I.O. Club. ROW THREE: HODGES, BARBARA: fTransfer from Douglas,
Kansas 4-Mixed Chorus 2,35 Band 2,35 Student Council 35 Cheerleader 21. I-IODGES, SYDNEY: G.A.A. 2,3,45 Student
Council 25 Kayettes 25 Kavalkade 25 Spanish Club 35 Cheerleader 3. HOFFMAN, TONY: Key Club 45 Student Council
Alternate 25 Sigma Pi 25 Stage Production 35 Football 2,3,4, fCo-Captain 43. HOLDERBAUM, SHIRLEY: D.E. Club.
HOLMES, ELOISE: Publications 45 Junior Classical League 3,4. ROW FOUR: HOLMES, IRENE: Kayettes 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,
45 Robed Choir 45 Student Council Alternate 35 Kavalkade 2,45 Swimming Attendant 3. HULSEY, BILL: Band 2,3,45 Track
2, 3. HUTTON, RAE DELL: Kayettes 2.
ROW ONE: JACKSON, GARY: Golf 2,3,45 Band 2: Orchestra 3,43 Robed Choir 3,45 Madrigals 45 Kavalkade 3,45 Boys'
Double Quartet 4. JACKSON, PHYLLIS: Kayettes 35 Thespians 4: Junior Red Cross 2: Junior Play5 Kavalkade 25 Senior
Play Crew5 Stage Production 2. JAMINET, JULIE: Sigma Pi 2,3,4: Kayettes 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3: Tillies 4, fReporterJ5
G.A.A. 2g Student Council 2,3, CAlternate 31: Kavalkade 2,3,45 Vice-President Senior Class. ROW TWO: JENKINS,
EDDIE: Basketball 2,3, fCo-Captain 215 Track 2,3,4, QCo-Captain 41. JONES, JUDY: Junior Classical Lea ue 3,45 Kay-
ettes 2,3,45 Drum Corps 4: Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 25 Art Club 35 Kavalkade 2,35 Sigma Pi 2,3,4, CBoard 43. JONES,
WAYNE: C.I.O. Club 4. JOPLIN, MONROE: General Course. JORDAN, CAROLYN: G.A.A. 253: Kayettes 2,35 Swim
Queen Attendant 25 Kavalkade 25 Spanish Club 3: Junior Play Crew5 D.E. 4, fPresidentJ. ROW THREE: JOURNEYCAKE,
BARBARA: Chorus 2. KAUFMAN, CAROLYN: Kayettes 2. KAUFMAN, SHARON: Kayettes 2,3,45 D.E. 4. fSecretaryJ.
KEENE, CALVIN: General Course. KELLER, JUDY: Library Assistant 2. ROW FOUR: KEPNER, JERRY: GO1f 2.3.43 KIL-
COYNE, PAT: Kayettes 2, 35 Student Council 25 Football Queen Attendant 3. KIMBREL, DARREL: F. F.A. 2,3,4: Judging
Team 2. KEMMERER, ALVIN: Transfer from Lenapah, Oklahoma 45 Student Council 4, QAlternateJ5 Baseball 2.3: Basket
ball 2,35 Robed Choir 2,35 Junior Play. KINCHELOE, MERLENE: Kavalkade 25 Kayettes 35 Stage Production 3,4.
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ROW ONE: KINDERFATHER, DAVID: Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,4: Student Council 35 Thespians 3,45 Junior Play5 Senior
P1ay5 Kava1kade5 Swixgsters 2,3,4. KINSCH, JANICE: Junior Classical League 3,4: G.A.A. 4: Junior P1ay5 C orus 2.
KNIGHT, MAURICE: eneral Course. ROW TWO: KRIEBEL, JUDY: Kayettes 2, 35 Choir 2,4g Junior Play Stage Crew.
KUHNS, LINDA: Secretarial Course. l.aEORTE, WILFRED: General Course. LAIRD, ROY: Spanish Club 2: Junior Play5
Kavalkade 35 D.E Club 4. LAMB, KARON: Si ma Pi 2,3,4: D.E. 4. ROW THREE: LAY, ALFRED: Key Club 3,4gK3V31-
kade 2,45 Swimming 2,3,4. LESTER, MARYBEQLE: Kayettes 2,35 D.E. 45 G.A.A. 2. LEWIS, PHYLLIS ANN: Junior
Classical League 3,43 Kayettes 2,3,4: Tillies 3,-4: G.A.A. 2,3,4. LEWIS, WHITNEY: Band 2,3,4, fDrum.Major 3,4D:
Kavalkade 2,3,4. LOCKE, RICHARD: Golf 2,3,4. ROW FOUR: LONDON, MARILYN: Si ma Pi 2,3,45 Tillies 3,45 Kay-
ettes 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Band 2, 3,4: Robed Choir 3,45 Senior P1ay5 History Club CPresider1tJ5 Stage Production 35
Student Council 35 Kavalkade 2,3,4: Safety Club 45 Girls' Triple Trio 3,4. LOWRANCE, JEAN: Kayettes ,35 Robed Choir
3,4g Kavalkade 2,3,45 Publications 4: D.E. Club 4. LOW, JEAN: G.A.A 2,3,4, fVice-President 315 Drum Corps 3,4,
fDrum Major 4P: Junior Red Cross 2: Kayettes 2, 3,4, fOn Board 2,3J3'K3V31k3dB 2,3,45 Football Queen Attendant 45 Robed
Choir 3,45 Student Council 25 Sigma Pi 2,3,4. MARANG, LARRY: C.I.O. 4. LUSK, RONNIE: Spanish Club.
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ROW ONE: MANGELS, DON: D.E. 3, Kavalkade 2,3,4. MANLEY, CONNIE: Kayettes 3, Robed Choir 3.4, Kavalkade 3,4.
MARTIN, JIM: Kavalkade 2, Swimming Team 2.3, C,l.O. Club 4, Student Council 2,3. MAVERS, BETTE: Tillies 3.4,
fTreasurer 41, G.A.A. 4. MAXSON, CONNIE: Transfer from Edna 3, Pep Club 2, Glee Club 2, Class President 2, Student
Council 4, Sigma Pi 3,4, Kayettes 3,4, Tillies 4, Drum Corps 2, Robed Choir 3,4, fPresident 41, Senior Play: Junior Play,
Kavalkade 3,4, Thespians 3,4, Stage Production 4. ROW TWO: MAXSON, DOUG: Football 2, 3,4, Basketball 2, Band 2, 3,
Kavalkade 2,3. MAYES, ERNEST: Football 3, Track 2,3, Junior Red Cross 2. MCCAUSLAND, BRENDA: G.A.A. 2,3,4,
Kayettes 2,3,4, Student Council 2, Junior Red Cross 2,3,4, Art Club 4. MCCLELLAND, CAROL: Kayettes 2,3, Robed Choir
3,4, fSecretary 41, Madrigal 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3, Orchestra 2,3,4, Kavalkade 2,3,4, Football Queen Attendant 4, Pub-
lications 4. MCCOOL, GLORIA: Chorus 2,3. ROW THREE: MCCORD, DON: Debate 2,3, Junior Play, Senior Play, Thes-
pians 4, History Club 2, Chorus 2. McFERRIN, DON: Robed Choir 3,4, Swimmin Team 2,3,4, Kely Club 2,3,4, fLieu-
tenant Governor 3, President 41, Kavalkade 2,3,4, Thespians 4, Senior Play, Orcghestra 2, Madriga s 3.4. MCKELLIPS,
JOHNNIE: Mechanic Course. MCINTOSH, MARY: G.A.A. 2,3,4, Kayettes 4, Chorus 2,3,4. MEDSKER, BECKY: Kayettes
2,3, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Sigma Pi 2, Student Council 3,4, fReporter 41, D.E. 4, QHistorian1, Kavalkade 3, Pub1ications.4,
' Junior Red Cross 3,4. ROW FOUR: MIRANDA, TONY: Football 2,4, Basketball 2, Track 3. MOHLER, CAROL: Band 2,3,
Drum Corps 3,4, Kayettes 2,3,4, Kavalkade 2,3,4, Junior Red Cross 2: Junior Play, Thespians 3.4, fVice-President1, Sen-
ior Play Crew. MOOMAW, JO: Kayettes 2, G.A.A. 2,3,4, D.E. Club 4, Publications 4.
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ROW ONE: MOON, BOB: Band 2,3,4, fCo1or Guard 21, Swingsters 2,3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Clarinet Quartet 3,45 Woodwind
Quintet 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3,4, fVice-President 415 Junior Playg Kavalkade 2,3,4, MOON, JUANITA5 Transfered from
Chanute 35 Drum Corp 25 Pep Club 2g F.l-i.A. 25 Att Club 45 Kayettes 4. MULLER, FRED: Key Club 45 Football 3,4.
MUMMERT, BETH: Silggxa Pi 2,3,45 Junior Classical League 45 Tillies 3,4, fSecretary 415 Kayettes 2,3. MURRAY, JOHN-
NY: General Course. W TWO: NEAL, MADELEINE: Transfered from Denver, Colorado 35 Latin Club 2,35 Thespians
35 G.A.A. 35 A11 School Show 3. NICKEL, DONNA: D.E. Club 45 Robed Choir 3,45 Kavalkade 3,4., NICOLAS, CAL-
VIN: Kavalkade 2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 2,3,45 Football 2,35 Track 2. NITZ, ANNIE: Kayettes 2,3,45 Kavalkade 2,3,45
Publications 45 Robed Choir 3,45 Student Council, fAlternate 31: Annual Staff. NORFLEET, RONNIE: Key Club 2,3,4,
ROW THREE: NUTTER. JUDY: Tillies 3,4, fCheer1eader 3,415 Sigma Pi 2, 3,45 Kayettes 2,3,4, fBoard Member 3,415
Spanish Club 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Student Council 3. OLINGER, DON: General Course. OLSON,
JUNE: Transfered from Altamont, Kansas 35 Y-Teens 25 F.B.L.A. 25 Pep Club 25 Kayettes 3g G.A.A. 3,45 Band 2,3.
PENNINGTON, SAM: Football 2,45 Track 2,3,4, fCo-Captain 415 Sigma Pi 2,3,45 F.F.A. 2,3,45 Debate 35 Student
Council 2.4, fSergeant-at-Arms 4, Alternate 21. PITTS, LARRY: Football 2,35 Basketball 2,35 Track 2,35 King Kay 2.
ROW FOUR: POOL, SAUNDRA: G.A.A. 35 Kayettes 2,3,45 Tillies 35 Junior Red Cross 2,3,45 Spanish Club 35 Junior Play.
PORTER, LESTER: General Course. POWELL, JERRY: Spanish Club 2,35 Thespians 3,45 Junior Play: D.E. Club 4, CTreas-
urer 4 .
ROW ONE: PURCELL, MARJORIE: G.A.A. 2,35 Orchestra 2,35 Band 25 Drum Corps 3,45 Kavalkade 2.3.45 Publications 45
Sigma Pi 2,3,45 Kayettes 2,3,45 Spanish Club 4: Student Council 4, fA1ternate 215 Junior Red Cross Council 2,3,45 Wood
wind Quintet 2,35 Safety Club 45 Annual Staff 4. QUINN, LA DONNA: G.A.A. 3,4, REED, MAXINE: Junior Red Cross 25
Spanish Club 2,3. ROW TWO: RENZ, DAVID: Sigma Pi 35 Band 2,3,45 Junior Classical League 3,45 Kavalkade 3,4,
REPLOGLE, SHIRLEY: General Course. REYNOLDS, ELIZABETH: General Course. RICHARDSON, PAT: Kayettes 2,'3,45
Kavalkade 3,45 Safety Club 4. ROBERTSON, RICHARD: Publications 45 Stage Crew 4. ROW THREE: ROBINSON, MARY-
DEL: Band 2,3,4, fVice-President 415 Basketball Queen 35 Robed Choir 3,45 Madri als 45 Kayettes 2,3,45 Kavalkade 2, 3,
45 G.A.A. 25 Si ma Pi 2, 3,4, fBoard Member 315 Junior Classical Lea ue 2,3,45 Student Council 2,3, CA1ternate 415
Tillies 2,3,4, fgheerleader 3,415 Junior Red Cross 25 Junior Play. ROS? WILLIE: Football 3,45 Track 3,4, ROYAL, BAR-
BARA: G.A.A. 25 Student Council 45 Spanish Club 4. RUTTER, HELEN: Sigma Pi 2,3,45 G.A.A. 4. RUTLEDGE, CHAR-
LOTTE: Drum Corp 3,45 Kayettes 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Debate 25 Orchestra 2,35 Junior Play5 Stage Crew 45 Thespians
45 Stage Production 25 Kavalkade 2,3,45 Sophomore Class President. ROW FOUR: SANCI-IEZ, JOHNNY: D.E. Club 4.
SAND RS, JACQUELYN: General Course. SAPPENFIELD, IANICE ANN: Thespians 45 Stage Crew 3: Senior Playg Kayettes
2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,4, QVice-President 415 Drum Corp 3,45 Orchestra 2,45 Student Council 3,4,
fAlternate 415 Secretary Senior Class. SAVAGE, FRED: C.I.O. Club 45 Auto Mechanics 3. SEGER, CARL RICHARD: Foot-
ball 2,3,45 Basketball 25 Track 2,3.4.
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ROW ONE: SCHICHTLE, HENRY: Student Council 2,3,4, fAlternate 215 Key Club 3,45 Football 2,45 Basketball 45 Publi-
cations 45 Senior Class President. SCHULZ., JUDY: Transfered from Ault, Colorado 35 Pep Club 2,35 Choir 35 Triple Trio
35 F.H.A. 25 Junior Play5 Annual Staff 2,35 Student Council 3. SCOTT, BRUCE: Student Council 3,4, fVice-President 315
Robed Choir 3.4, fVice-President 415 Madrigals 3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Football 2,3,4, CCo-Captain 415 BaskeHoal1 2,3,45
Track 2,3,45 Kavalkade 2,3,45 Orchestra 25 Publications 4. ROW TWO: SCOTT, MARY: Junior Red Cross 3,45 Sta e
Crew 3. SHADE, ETHEL: General Course. SHADEBERG, JOE: Football 25 Student Council, QAlternate 215 C.I.O. , ?Presi-
dent 31. SHELTON, DAVID: Football 35 Debate 2. SIMON, ROBERT: Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,35 Kavalkade 3. ROW
THREE: SKIDMORE, JIM: Band 2,3,45 Junior P1ay5 Senior Play5 Kavalkade 2,45 Thespians 45 Publications 4. SKINNER,
LENORA: G.A.A. 2,3,4, fPoint Keeper 3, President 415 Kayettes 2,35 Sigma Pi 25 Junior Red Cross 2,35 Tillies 3,45
Spanish Club 35 Student Council, fAlternate 41. SMITH, BILL: Football 2. SMITH, DELBERT: Sigma Pi 2,3,45 Band 2,3,
4: Basketball 2: Kavalkade 2,3,4. SMITH, JERRY: Swimmin 2,3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Robed Choir 45 Publications 45
Kavalkade 4. ROW FOUR: SMITH, LINDA LOU: Kayettes 2,55 Junior Play5 G.A.A. 45 Spanish Club 4. SMITH, RONNIE:
Junior Red Cross 2,3,4. SMITH, SANDY: Sggma Pi 2, 3,4, CReporter 315 Kayettes 2,3,4, fTreasurer 3, Secretary 415
Tillies 3,4, QPresident 415 Sta e Crew 3,45 tudent Council 35 Junior Classical League 3.4, fConsul 41. SOLES, HAROLD:
Publications 4. SPRAGUE, BRESON: Robed Choir 35 Kavalkade 4.
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ROW ONE: SPRAGUE, BERNA: General Course. STAPLETON, RITA RAE: Kayettes 2,3,4: Robed Choir 3.4: Art Club 4:
Stage Production 4: Madrigalians 3,4: Kavalkade 2,3,4. STATON, SANDI: Drum Corps 3,4: Si ma Pi 2,'3,4: Kayettes
2, 3.4: Spanish Club'4: Junior Red Cross 4: Robed Choir 3,4, QAccompanistJ: Junior Play: Seniorilay Crew: Thespians 4:
Kavalkade 3,4. STONER, SUZANNE: Tillies 2,3,4, fCheer1eader 2,3,4l: Annual Staff: Kayettes 2,3,4: Sigma Pi 2,3,4:
Kavalkade 3.4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Robed Choir 3,4: Junior Classical League 3,4, fSecretary-Treasurer 41: Thespians
4: Student Council, CAlternate 33: Publications 4: Safety Club 4. STOUT, JOHNNY: Football 4. ROW TWO: STROUD,
ALVIA: Art Club 3.4, CSecretary 45: Stage Production 3,4: Kayettes 2.3: Kavalkade 3, STUBBLEFIELD, ROYCE: Track 2,
3. SULLIVAN, TERRY: Swimming Team 2,3: Kavalkade 2,3,4. TEEHEE, ALFRED: General Course. TEEHEE, DANNY:
Robed Choir 3,4: Madrigalians 3.4: Football 2,3,4: Track 2,3: Kavalkade 3,4. ROW THREE: TEMPLE, JANICE: Kayettes
2,3,4: Band 2,3,4: G.A.A 2,3,4: Publications 4. THARP, DIANA: Robed Choir 3,4: Thespians 3,4: Junior Play: Senior
Play: Kayettes 2,3,4: Drum Corps 3,4, fVice-President 41: Band 2: Orchestra 3: Junior Classical Lea ue 3.4: Kavalkade
3,4. THOMAS, JERRY: Football 2,3,4: Track 2.3. THOMPSON, JACKIE: Mechanics Course. THOREIBERRY, RAYMOND:
Mechanics Course. ROW FOUR: THURSTON, WILSON: Basketball 2,3,4: Football 2,3,4: Track 2,3,4. TOLIVER, BILL:
General Course. TONGIER, STEVE: Thespians 3,4: Junior Play: Art Club 4: Football 2,3,4: Track 2.
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ROW ONE: TOWERY, PATTY: QTransfer Haviland, Kansas 415 Band 35 Pep Club 35 F.G.A. 35 Gir1's Choir 35 Messiah 35
Kayettes 4. TURGON, SUE: Kayettes 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 Tillies 3,45 Senior Play Crew5 Kavalkade 253,45 Junior Classi-
cal League 3,4, UNSELL, NISHA: Kayettes 2,3545 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Band 3,4, CSecretary 415 Thespians 3,4, fSecretary 415
Junior P1ay5 Senior Play5 Publications 3,45 Kavalkade 2,35 Spanish Club 35 Debate 2,3545 Student Council 2,35 fAlter-
nate 2, Reporter 315 Junior Red Cross 3, fTreasurer15 Annual Staff5 Stage Production 3. VAN WINKLE, LESLlE:'Basketba1l
2,3545 Football 25 Track 25 F.F.A. 2,3,4, fSecrerary 3, President 41. VAUGHN, GEORGE: F.F.A. 2,3,45 Football 2,35
45 Basketball 25 Track 2,3. ROWTWO: VEST, BLANCHE: Art Club 3,4, fVice-President 413 G.A.A. 25 Stage Production
45 Kayettes 25 Junior Play. VOWELL,- JOHN: General Course. WADLEY, MARY SUE: Kayettes 2535 G.A.A. 2,35 Student
Council 2, fAlternate15 Junior Play Crew. WAGNER, ROY: F.F.A. 2,3,4, WALKER, NAOMI:, G.A.A. 25 Kayettes 25
Tillies 3,45 Sigma Pi 2,3,45,Art Club 4. ROW THREE:,WARBURTON, MARY ANN: Drum Crops 3,45 Junior Classical Lea-
gue 3,4, fState Treasurer 415 Kayettes 2,3,4, CBoard Member 3,415 Student Council 2,39 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Band 3,45 Art
lub 35 Kavalkade 3,45 Swingsters 3,45 Sigma Pi 2,3,4, WARNER, ELAINE: Kayettes 2,3,4, fBoard Member 415 Art Club
3,4, CSocia1 Chairman 3, President 415 Kavalkade 3. WARNER, CAROL: Kayettes 25 Kavalkade 25 Spanish Club 3,4,
WEBB, JOE: Junior Red Cross 25 Track 2,3,4, WEIMER, MARY JANE: D.E. Club 4. ROW FOUR: WELSH, SHARON: Kay-
ettes 25 G.A.A. 253. WETTACK, JOHN: Junior Red Cross 25 Swimming 2,3,4, WHEELER, CHARLES: General Course.
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ROW ONE: WHICKER, HELEN: CTransfer Lenapah 33 F.H.A. 2: Choir 29 Basketball 21g Kayettes 8,4. WILSON, LEONARD:
Football 3,45 Track 3.4. WISE, KAREN: Kayettes 2,3,4g Sigma Pi 2,39 Tillies 3g Kavalkade 2, Senior Play, fStage Crewj.
ROW TWO: WISHALL, KATHLEEN: G.A.A. 4. WITTNER, ATHALEEN: General Course. WRIGHT, JOAN: Si ma Pi 2,3,
4: Kayettes 2,35 Robed Choir 3,45 Kavalkade 3,4. ZEIGLER, DONALD: D.E. 4. ZEIGLER, RONALD: F.F.A. 54. ROW
THREE: PRIDDY, HUGH: Graduated Summer Of '58,
,, ' DO YOU REMEMBER--
'fhe senior slumber parties which,
were usuallrgf followed by p..j.
parades 'at :00 in the morning.
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I, Judy Schulz, leave my Dodge to anyone who
can afford to keep it in :good running condition ....
We, Sandi Staton and E ith Easton, leave our abil- , FRN!
ity to tell stories and jokes to Miss Crawford, Miss '
Keller, and Mr. Burchinal. . .I, Jim Skidmore, leave
CHS, I hope. . .I, Jean Low, leave my bottle of sun-
bleach to Linda l-Iargrove. . .I, Julie Janinet, leave
my great chemistry ability to Bruce Hall. . . I, Henry
Schichtle, leave my sports-writing ability to John
Conway. . . We, Tony Hoffman and Nish Unsell, X
leave our parking places to Larry Benjamen and
Mary Lou Runyan. . . I, Carol Allcorn, leave my legs
to 'next year's Senior play. . . I, Saundra Pool, leave
my ability to keep boys on the string to anyone cap-
ab e. . . We, the Seniors, leave our ine parties to
the Sophomores fthe only ones able to carry onj. . .
I, Steve Braschler, leave mcy solid geometry book JANICE SAPPENFIELD
to Mrs. Eckhardt, who nee s it worse than I do. . . I,
Nancy Edmondson, leave my swimming ability to Secretary
the ducks. . .I, Charlotte Rutledge, leave my little HENRY SCHICHTLE
feet to Sam Beam. . . I, Ralph Garland, leave my President
Roach fwhat's left of itj to Mr. Sappenfield's journal- JULIE JAMINET
ism classes to make trips to the Journal. However, I
also leave the responsibility and trouble 'of keeping
it running. . . We, Ronnie Norfleet and Syd'Hodges,
leave our ability to get along to Carol Barber and
Stan Eli. . . I, Terry Sullivan, leave my hot Pontiac
to my little brother, Robert. . . I, Wilson Thurston, leave my height to Bobby Miller. . .I, Jerry Thomas, will my
dancing shoes to anyone at Teen Town who needs them. . . I, Nisha Unsell, leave my hair ribbons to CHS to put in
the trophy case in memory of me. . . We, the Drum Corps, wishing the new band, uniforms were ours, will our unif-
forms???to next year's group, hopingxdthat the stitches will hold long enough for them to perform next year and
thereafter. . . I, Don McCord, leave r. Burchinal and the broken stage props to next year's senior play cast. . .I, Bruce
Scott, leave my ability to bother people to anyone who wants it. . . I, Carol McCelland,
leave Doug, so keep your mitts off. . . I, Doris Foster, leave my driving "Ability " to
I Johnny Charlesworth. . . I, Suzanne Stoner, leave my dad in a state of confusion .... . . .
f Looking deep into the misty depths of Madame Magoo s crystal we see revealed the future of some of the class
The f1rst figure to push through the in the years to come curtain of clouds 1S that of Dr James Skidmore
working late in his laboratory at Harvard He 5 demonstrating to his assistants Jim Courtright and Kenneth Ford,
on how to build an atom particle
Here comes a figure on a dead run her skirt flying why it s head nurse Jean Low making her deadly fpardon
me I mean her clail J bed pan run Oops' she tripped' but here are two familiar figures helping her up---
They re nurses Brede loft and Allen
Arthur Murray has gone bankrupt due to the increasing opularrty of the Alfred Lay Dance Studios.
A college campus IS taking shape now The campus o Oklahoma State here comes two old grads of CHS, Jim
Cramer and Janice Sappenfield Janice is now a professor in architecture while Jim 1S head of the drafting depart-
A fabulous winning two man team of Jerry Kepner and Les Van Wrnkle has hit the pro basketball world. Marjie
Purcell and Brenda McClausland are running the largest and most popular Lonely Heart column
Ronnie Costrn has become the nation s most popular combo artist He has a different type of combo--all girls:
Marilyn London on the flute Janice Temple on drums Mary Warburton on piano Janice Englund on bass, and Judy
Jones on clarinet
Jean Lowrance has reached her height she s teaching advanced mathematics at West Point in the morning and .
lecturing at Annapolis in the afternoon
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class Royce Stubblefield is the new typing teacher Burch Vowell 15 the new y
director of the To Tell the Truth TV program and Darrell Cornelius is f
running an old folks home Annie Nitz now Mrs Jack Alwood 1S the proud
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ROW ONE: Nancy Davenport, Mary Ann Warburton, Barbara Bredehoft, Julie Jaminet, Marilyn London,
Marydel Robinson, Jean Low, Judy Nutter, Sharon Carter, Nana Collins. ROW TWO: Virgxilnia Mullen,
Sharon Alvey, Melinda Hall, Doris Foster, Judy Jones, Edith Easton, Sandy Smith, Beth ummert, I
Joan Wright, Karyl Harvey, Joyce Beck, Tonnie Butcher. ROW THREE: Elizabeth Seaton, Margie , dk
Norfleet, Carol Park, Helen Butter, Jolene Cooper, Jan Kloehr, Judy Herriman, Caroline Carns, Linda ,-
Smith, Marilyn Kuhns, Eileen Warner, Phyllis Edwards. ROW FOUR: Naomi Walker, Tonn Bagby, Q '
Chuck, Lynn, Phil Dunbar, Mike Lewark, David Martin, Eddie Seaton, Carolyn Moore, Shirley Duck- X
worth, Barbara Green. ROW FIVE: Bruce Witherspoon, Gene Hunt, Mike Renz, Danny Myers, Edward
Haynes, Joseph Clouse, John Van Winkle, Kaye Karstadt. ROW SIX: Jim Courtrighr, Suzanne Stoner,
Terry Powell, Steve Clark, Jim Liddell, Jim Harris, Judy Baber. ROW SEVEN: Jim Mahaffy, Delbert
Smith, Kenneth Ford.
g g Sigma Pi, the honorary scholastic organization, was one of the largest groups
my U in C,H,S, next to Kayettes and G,A,A, A student must maintain a 3.5 grade
average during the ninth grade and three years of senior high to remain in this
is An initiation of new members, Christmas party, March meeting. Spfiflg Picnic
J and final program honoring the senior members and their parents were among the
'54 ' activities of this fyear.
, The sponsors or Sigmia Pi were: Miss Mulliken, Head Sponsor: Mrs. Cape,
' Z Miss Crawford Mr Mason Miss Johnson and Mrs Diggs
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The Student Council represents the entire student body. Each homeroom
elects a representative and an alternate. The main objective of the Student
Congress is to back all movements of good citizenship, show visitors over the
buil ing, suggest improvements, and consider questions concerning school
welfare and work to maintain harmony and ood will among all students.
This year's Student Council was headed gay: President, Barbara Bredehoftg
ROW ONE: Regina Meredith, Sue Montague, Lue Higgins, Linda Hargrove, Sherry Chastain, Sharon
Carter, Nancy Davenport, Sandy Blevins. ROW TOW: Connie Maxson, Marjie Purcell, Sharon Alvey,
Lenora Skinner, Judy Baber, Donna Beam, Carol Lake, Mary Lou Lewis, Jolene Cooper. ROW THREE:
Karen Bafus, Becky Medsker, Janice Sappenfield, Sarah Haines, Marydel Robinson, Pat Burghart,
Janice En flund, Deborah Oard, Darla Pool. ROW FOUR: Clark Skinner, Ronnie Holman, Jeff Weinberg,
Ron Murplhy, Bill Peterson, Sam Pennington, Barbara Royal, Eleise Estus, Joann Dunn. ROW FIVE:
Doug Sherer, Alvin Kemmerer, Jim McGinnis, John Conway, Jerry Boles, Henry Schichtle, Gerald
Springer, Gordon Howard, Rand Kinnick, Kenneth Ford. ROW SIX: Fred Decker, Bob Templer, Mike
Lewark, Robert Sulliven, Bruce Hall, Richard Hanna, Bruce Scott, Emory Heahy, Steve Clark, Kenny
President, Doug Scherer, Secretary-Treasurer, Karen Bafusg Sergeant-
-Arms, Sam Pennington, and Reporter, Becky Medsker.
The sponsor, Andy McClure, supervised al the Council projects. The
jor project this year was compiling a handbook of rules and regulations of
school. Courtesy Week and W.P.A. Week were also planned and conducted
the Student Council members. The representatives were divided into the
seven committees: social, policy, assembly, handbook, scrapbook,
Barbara Bredehoft . . . President
Karen Bafus . Secretary-Treasurer
Doug Scherer . . Vice-President
' DO You REMEMBER-
The ,millions of
dedications on the
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The Kayettes claimed the honor of having the largest club in high school with 166 members.
Kacyettes is organized on a religious foundationg it also serves as a service club with social life
an recreation in addition. l -
Many activities are enjoyed by the Kayettes during the year. Among these are sponsoring
concessions at football and basket all games, selling "TB" Bangles and Navy tags, a formal
spring dance, selling combs and book marks, sponsoring a Christmas Party, presenting Thanks-
giving and Easter Chapels with the Key Club, Dad-Daughter Chili Supper, Heart-Sister Week,
Christmas Baskets, Mother-Daughter Tea, and the Senior Farewell.
Delegates attending the con erence at Ottawa were,Kenny Kay Bonham, Jewell Moon, Phyllis
Goodman, and Faye Jacob.
Kayettes sponsors this year were Miss Ethel Cabbell, Mrs. W. F. Rush, Mrs. Eloise Eckhardt,
and Miss Lavon Crawford.
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Fiona Gillette ..... Scrapbook
Phyllis Culver . . Secretary-Treasurer
Judy Baber ...... Point Keeper
Lenora Skinner . .... President
Barbara Keller ...... Sponsor
Janice Sappenfield . . Vice-President
ROW ONE: Mary Ann Warburton, Elizabeth Seaton,
Sandy Smith, Jean Low, Joyce Beck, Elaine Warner.
ROW TWO: Miss Crawford, Miss Cabbell, Melinda
Hall, President, Kenny Kay Bonham, Mrs. Rush,
Mrs. Eckhardt. ROW THREE: Marilyn Morrow, Mar-
jorie Norfleet, Jan Kloehr, Phyllis Goodman, Darla
Pool, Barbara Bredehoft.
G. A. A.,
The Girls Athletic Association is an organization to promote sportsmanship , health,
leadership, and the enjoyment of participating in many activities.
This year 80 girls took part in the following sports: Basketball, Volleyball, and
Bowling. The annual Play-day washeld at Pittsburg in November. Three basketball
teams were chosen to play in the City Recreation League.
' The club was headed by President, Lenora Skinnerg Vice-President, Janice Sappen-
field, Secretary-Treasurer, Phyllis Culverg Point Keeper, Judy Baber, and Scrapbook,
Fiona Gillette. The club is sponsored by Miss Keller, Physical Education teacher.
Any girl receiving 60-0 points during the year recieves a school letter with G. A. A.
inscribed on it. The girls who have earned a letter for 3 years receive a pin instead of
ROW ONE: Jon Copeland, Steve Cohenour, Marilyn London, Faye Jacob, Marjorie Purcell, Janice England, Lois Buell, Jane
Tesh, Sharon Alvey, Elizabeth Seaton. ROW TWO: Wayne Thompson, John Conway, Jimmy Johnson, Eloise Green, Janice
Sappenfield, Judy Nutter, Carol Allen, Virginia Hubbard, Amelia Johnson, Saundra Pool. ROW THREE: Jerry Rank, Sponsor
Ron Holman, Richard Stangland, Margie Norileet, Sandi Staton, Elizabeth Brown, Nancy Wilson, Ann Willis, Doris Faye
Robinson, Phyllis Culver, Elenor Wilson. ROW FOUR Arthur Daniels, Danny Stroud, Sharon Hall, Barbara Royal, Kaye
Karstadt, Shirley Tesh, Linda Simmons, Karyl Harvey, Janet Misch, Beverly Fugate, Shirley Duckworth, Phyllis Goodman
Shara Lee Short, David Evitts, Donna Brown, Carol Berry, Sharon Akins, Thelma Fitzsimmons. ROW FIVE: Sally Powers
Pat Edminster, Jenifer Graves, Bob Moon.
Beginning in September with the election of officers, the Spanish Club ,
under the direction of Mr. Rank, got underway for a busy year. Janice En-
glund, was elected President, Bob Moon, Vice-President, Elizabeth Seaton,
Secretary, and Sally Powers, Treasurer.
Meetings were held on the second Tuesday of each month where slides,
music, and letters from Spanish pen pals were discussed. A Christmas party
in December was highlighted by a "Pinata. "
Members participated in a word achievement contest and a medal was
given by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.
Through these "get togethers, " customs and ideas of our southern neigh-
bors and a better understanding of the Spanish language was learned. Mr.
Rank's two summers spent in Old Mexico provided constant information and
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ROW ONE: Virginia Miller, Carol Lake, Doris Foster, Becky Medsker, Marilyn London, Barbara Bredehoft, Sue
Turgon, Polly Clouse, Diana Crosson, Richard Roberson, John Conway. ROW TWO: Marjorie Purcell, Donna Beam,
Suzanne Stoner, Mary Ann Warburton, Sarah Haines, Pat Buster,' Patti Hester, Phyllis Lewis, Wanda Rae, Kenneth
Ford, Larry Erne. ROW THREE: Phil Dunbar, Mary Lee Carson, Diana Tharp, Carol Allcorn, Jim Courtright, Danny
Myers, John Buster, Don Olinger, Mr. Sheffler.
School was organized in November of 1958 with Mr.
Sheffler as its sponsor. The officers were Phil Dunbar,
Presidentg Richard Robertson, Vice- President, and
Diana Crosson, Secretary-Treasurer.
The club's purpose is to promote safety among the
7' teen-agers and adults. Some of the projects which they
undertook were helping in the safety check lanes,
sponsoring an assembly on safe driving, and washing
windshields as an act of courtesy to motorists.
Although this is the Safety Club's first year, it was
A . found to be very worth while.
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f , IQ' many Sue Turgon, Chairman, Mike Lewark, Vice-Chairman,
A X . lr l "lr Gloria Heideman, Secretar , ROW TWO: Betty Prince,
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The Junior Red Cross Council'
of Field Kindley sponsored the
Junior Red Cross enrollment in
all the schools in Coffeyville.
They also served as nurses
aides and t pists at the Red
Cross Bloodymobile and sponsored
an all-student participation in
the Red Cross first aid and water
safety programs. Approximately
180 girls and boys received first
aid certificates and '75 girls and
boys received swimming certifi-
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Kindley has been organized since 1928 and is spon-
sored by Miss Helen Glaser. Their uniforms are purple
iumpers and purple and gold jackets with the cheer-
leaders in purple uniforms with gold emblems. The
special event for this year was the 30th Anniversary
Reunion. About 300 old and new Tillies were present
at this Festival..
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March of Dimes Tag Day, ushering at school plays,
coronation of basketball-football track queens, spon-
sors of the coronation clances, attendance at athletic
games, and bus trips. Their social activities included
a Christmas party, an Easter program, initiation, the
Annual Reunion, and the Senior Farewell.
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ROW ONE: Richard Gilman, Grady Young, lim Enlie, Jim Wishall, Iod Keene, Archie Walt ' ' '
goolg. Tony Kirk. ROW ITWO: Freld Deaton, Dana Collins, Charles Macllron, Bob Cowan, Dalellf-lab1cEht?r1Ma1lier?cf3ry5fon
Rsaerygr2ptb1TIe'mpfrci IlZrlly.Waltr1p, Jim Davis, Charles Loomis, Jim Bever. ROW THREE: Jerry Coble, David Griffin,
FOQJR. John syalffigifkl 1236- Steve Smlfh, Bllly Graham, hm Bond, B111y Keaton, Jack Hill, David Robison. Row
. n e, an Amey, Sam Pennington, Clifford Reeves, Carroll Gatlin, Leslie Van Winkle, Ralph
F-. P. A.
ln October forty members of the chapter attended one day of the National F,F,A, Con-
vention at Kansas City. They also attended the Southeast Kansas P,F,A, Leadership Schoo
at Chanute and were the host chapter for the Southeast Kansas F.F.A , Meats Judging
School and Contest.
The following members exhibited Livestock at the Interstate Fair and Rodeo in August:
' Steve Smith-Hampshire Market Pig placed 4th, Charles Madron-third, Darel Kimbre -
second, Ronald Zeigler-lamb placed second, Clifford Reeves-first, Alan Amey-first, Jack
Hill- fourth, George Vaughn-second, Carroll Gatlin and Jim Davis- Hampshire Fat Lamb,
Byron Heady placed thirdg David Rovison-Steer placed fourth, Bob Templer-fourthg Jim
Lewgs-Here ord Heiferg Calvin Nicolas-Hampshire Market Pigg Freddie Mueller-Ayrshire
Also this year they had their Parent and Son Banquet, participated in the District Land
and Dairy Judging sc ools, and went to the inter-scholastic and State F,F,A, Convention
Holliday, Eldred Harris-Advisor.
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presidentg Ralph Hol iday, vice- presidentg Lloyd Burdick, secretary, Roy Wagner, treasure
Bob Cowan, reporter, and Carroll Gatlin, sentinel.
Three of their members, Sam Pennington, Bob Cowan, and Roy Wagner, and applican
for scholarships and degrees at Kansas State.
ROW ONE: Larry Marang, Jim Wisely, Joe Schadeber , Jim Elder, Fred Savage.
ROW TWO: Dean Adams, Jim Martin,
The C,I, O. Co-operative Industrial'
Organization, is a new club in the Trad
Sc ool, co-ordinated by Mr. George
Koon, This two- year course, offered
Ronnie Hikdergrandt, Richard Seger, Larry
Carl Bierbrodt, Instructor, George Koon.
S to students from 16 through college,
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apprentice plan, in that the employer
l provides the work station where the
student learns the necessary skills
under supervision of a journeyman.
, I ' -9' ' i The members of the club are given
f " T jobs by local employers and earns his
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Stroud, Sharron Buzard, Merlene
Kincheloe, Blanche Vest, Elaine
Warner, ROW TWO: Instructor
Mary Greer, Barbara Starr, Sue
Montague, Vicki Meadows,
Cathy Higgins, Rita Rae Staple-
ton, Helen Wise.ROW THREE:
Sam Burge, Aundra Johnson,
Naomi Walker, Brenda McCaus-
land, Sanc32Blevins, Richard
Kidwell, an Gruber. ROW
FOUR: Denny McClung, Steve
Tongier, Floyd Graham, David
'ROW ONE: Oliver Webber, Sponsor, Eddie Seaton, Doug
Scherer, David Schichtle, Richard Hanna, Terry Powell, Don
McFerrin, President, Tim Wettack. ROW TWO: Bruce Hall,
Ron Murphy, Alfred Lay, Mike Downey, Jerry Smith, Don
Graves, Stan Eli. ROW THREE: Fred Muller, Ron Costin, Joe
Dirago, Gordan Howard, Dale Warner, Torn Allen, Henry
Schichtle, Ronnie Norfleet, Jim Cramer. fnot pictured Bruce
ROW ONE: Jean Lowrance,
ara Graham, Karen Lamb.
ROW TWO: Donna Nickel,
Becky Medsker, Mary Jane
Weimer, Sharon Kay Kauf-
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Laird, Jerry Powell, Mary-
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John Sanchez. ROW FOUR: U
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ROW ONE: Judy Jones, Patty Jones. ROW TWO: Bob Moon, Jan Kloehr, Joyce Beck, Marydel
Robinson, Arthur Harrison, Mary Lou Lewis, Janice Unruh, Laralea Johnston, Lue Higgins.
ROW THREE: David Kinderfather, Doug Misch, Mike Holland, Jim Skidmore, Manny Blacke
Tom Bagby, Virginia Raney. ROW FOUR: Delbert Smith, Alfred Buffington, David Renz,
Richard Hanna, Larry Delk, Bill Bishop, Bill Hulsey, Gene Hunt, Doug Scherer, 'Lynn Carson
Bill Spears, Judy Baber, Wayne Nightengale, Hal Durr. STANDING: Drum Major, Whitney
Lewis: Mary Warburton, Paula Stoner.
The biggest band in Field Kindley's history was led by Drum Major Whitney K
Lewis this year. The unit participated in many local and out-of-town events.
which included football game performances, and the Band Day activities at
Kansas University. The glroup appeared at all the pep assemblies of the year
as well as most of the at letic events to add a great deal to the success of
For the first time since 1946 the ba'nd members were togged out in new
uniforms which makes the C,H,S, band one of the "best dressed" of such
organizations for many miles around.
MASOR The officers who carried on for the year were: President, Darrel Cornelius,
DRQM Lewis Vice-President, Marydel Robinsong Secretary, Nisha Unsellg and Treasurer,
Whlmey Ronnie Costin.
ROW ONE: Bob Tyrell, Carol McClelland, Gary Spangler, Glen Schneider. ROW TWO: Eliza
Brown, Edward Haynes, Gary Ewbanks, Mary Lou Lewis, Bob Moon.. ROW THREE: Carol Lake,
Faye Jacob, Phyllis Edwards, Jeff Weinberg, Gary Riedel, Wayne Nightengale. STANDING:
Connie Lawrence Nanc Davenport Carol Keith Carolyn Shelton Shirley Duckworth, Sue
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round of wonderful memories. ' ' , .
With the expert and resourceful arrangement of Director Harvey Lewis, the corps
continued its tradition of outstanding marching and maneuvering at community affairs.
The anniversary reunion banquet theme, appropriately "Silver Stars," was highlighted
by the entrusting of the baton to the new drum major, Jan Kloehr. A record of 258
members and alumnae were in attendance. .
The year was filled with experiences to be recalled as cherished memories to every
drum corps girl.
SCHEDULE FOR 1958-59---Aug. 28, Rodeo Parade. . . Sept. 1, Labor Day Parade. . . Oct.
3, Flag-raising for Parsons Game. . . Oct. 10, Halftime Show for Ftf Scott game. . . Oct.
18, Fall Opening at Nowata. . . Oct. 24, Juco Homecoming Parade. . . Oct. 31, Flag-
raising for Pittsburg Game. . . Nov. 1, Neewollah Parade at Independence. . . Dec. 6,
Chritmas Parade. Dec. 27, Annual Reunion Banquet. . .Jan. 10, Basketball drill at
Tulsa. . .Jan. 13, Basketball drill for Pittsburg game. . .Jan. 20, Basketball drill at
Chanute. . . Mar. 4, Basketball drill at Juco Regional Tournament. . .Cwith possible late
ROW ONE: Barbara Bredehoft, Sandi Staton, Marilyn London, Annie Nitz, Carol McClellan, Vella Kaye Cor
Connie Maxson, Rita Raye Stapleton, Irene Holmes, Jewel Moon, Phyllis Goodman, Pat Burghart, Jean Low
Sarah Haines, Shara Lea Short, Joan Wright, Edith Easton, Mary Lee Carson Suz '
Ulibarri, Joey Clouse, Fred Smoot T '
, anne Stoner, Diana Tharp
, ommy Rhinehart, Burce Scott Steve Cl ' '
The Robed Choir, having 55 members and under the direction of Bill Shores, began their
'58-'59 public appearances in the Thanksgiving assembly. Other activities included the Christ-
mas and Easter assemblies, programs for several civic organizatoins, and the S. E, K, choir
festival at Pittsburg. In Kavalkade the songsters were interwoven all through the program by
singing for the various acts and dances.
The officers for the year were C '
: onme Maxson, President, Bruce Scott, Vice-Presidentg
and Carol McClelland, Secretary-Treasurer.
, ark, Carroll Gatlin, Jim Ferguson,
SEATED: Rita' Rae Stapleton, Shara
Lea Short, Edith Easton, Carol Mc-
Clelland, Patti Powers, Marydel
Robinson. STANDING: Gary Jackson,
Don McFerrin, Danny Teehee Br
Scott, Steve Clark, David Evitts.
The Madrigalians asele '
, ctive, group of Juniors and Seniors, are chosen
from the Robed Choir, forming an a cappella
ey have appeared in the Christmas assegiblyri Kavalkade, Easter
assembly, and for several civic cllubs.
Ma rigals were originally the ,popular music of the 16th Cenutr
European courts- however th
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and secular music. A
Misch Sharon Cook Carol Allen Eleise Estus Marydel Robinson Jean Lowrance. ROW TWO: Mr. Shores.
Johnson Patti Powers Helen Werbach Margie Norfleet Melinda Hall Marilyn Morrow. ROW THREE:
Connie Manley, Lee Ann Benefiel Beverly Bird Polly Clouse Carol Moore. ROW FOUR: Jerry Smith, Jack
Stanton E11 Don McFerr1n Danny Teehee Bill Peterson David Evitts, Gary Jackson.
The vocal department has always had
many active students. The beginning choirs
do not perform but are a preparation for the
other vocal organizations.
Any student may join the beginning choirs
while the Robed Choir and Madrigalians are
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ard Hanna, Steve Harris, Don Harvey. ROW TWO:
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Paul Head, Jo Ann Heady. ROW THREE: Peggy
Hemphill, Kathy Higgins, Lue Higgins, Sue Hig-
gins, Larry Wright. ROW FOUR: Jack Hill, Mike
Holland, Ralph Holliday, Tyrone Hollins, Ruth
Hopkins. ROW FIVE: Perry Joe House, Gordon Ho-
ward, Mike Howard, Nell Howard, Sue Hugo. ROW
SIX: Gene Hunt, Steve Hurd, Raymond Jackson,
Faye Jacob, Carol Jarrett. ROW SEVEN: Janice
Jenkins, Amelia Johnson, Aundra Johnson, Danna
Johnson, Laralea Johnston, Leon Johnson, Nellie
Johnson, Ray Johnson. ROW EIGHT: Ronnie John-
son, Walter Johnson, Karleen Jones, Kaye Karstadt,
Beverly Kaufman, Marc Keirn, Wendell Kenoly,
Jerry Kenworthy. ROW NINE: Judy KSPHCY. Rich-
ard Kidwell, Larry Killion, Jean Kincheloe, Fred
King, J.D. Kaiser, Bill Kistler, Leonard Kizzire.
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Martha Jane Lee, Gene Lewman, Jim Liddell,
John Kindesmith, Bob Lightstone. ROW THREE:
Doug Livingston, Sonja Lyle, Charles Lynn, Sharon
Madden, Ken Maggard. ROW FOUR: Virginia Mag-
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Owen Ralph Patterson Kay Perry. ROW TWO.
Jerry Perser Bill Peterson Steve Phelps Beverly
Phillips Karen Phillips. ROW THREE- Patricia
Pierce Ronnie Polk Donna Powell Terry Powell
Patricia Powers. ROW FOUR- Mary Lou Priddy
Gerald Pringle Milton Pugh Jack Pursley Vir-
ginia Raney. ROW FIVE: Betty Ransom Margaret
Ransom Wanda Rea, Clifford Reeves Dale Reed
ROW SIX- Hattie Reed Virgil Reese Alta Mae
Ritter Doris Faye Robinson David Robison ROW
SEVEN. Barbara Ross Mary Lou Runyan Nancy
Sanders Elizabeth Seaton Dwain Seaton Doroth
Sells Carolyn Schaiff Doug Scherer. ROW EIGH
Sharon Schott Connie Schiter Glenn Schneider
Freda Scott loe Scott Patti Scott Velma Scott
Harriett Shields. ROW NINE- Roger Shook Shara
Lea Short Wayne Shultz Linda Simmons Char-
lotte Smith Danny Duane Smith Danny Lee
Smith Jim Smith Rodgers Smith.
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Spangler, Jeanette speece, Bill spears. Row Two J J E' I, , .1 4 -
Larry Stair, Richard Stangland, Morgan Starrett, , Q b f 5, 1 :R F A K , Y - E 'J
Kenneth Stotts. ROW THREE: Robert Swope, , . , 'X if 1 :5 ' Z
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ny Thompson. Ruby Thompson, Wayne Thompson, An 3
Larry Traxson. ROW FIVE: Johnny Tucker, Julie ff' V
Tucker, Bob Tyrell, John Ulibarri, Janice Unruh. . ' H N
ROW SIX: Dwayne Vandermark, Judith Carolyn ,, K 9 5: 1 Q I
Voris, Steve Wadkins, Billy Waltrip, Dale Warner. L ' U ,I f , I IE, 7 .
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Weingart, Helen Werback, Elaine Wilkus, Anthony , 2 f- -If
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The class of 1960 has done its share in providing top-notch personalities for C,H, S, Doug Scherer was an out-
standing swimming performer in his sophomore and junior years. Turning to basketball we find Dale Warner, a
Tornado standout or two years. Football also has received its share of worthy performers from our class, in the
persons of Terry Powell, Torn Allen, Bill Kistler, Richard Hanna, Doug Scherer, and Dale Warner.
Our officers for the sophomore year were: president-Doug Scherer, vice-president-Marilyn Morrow, and secretary-
Suefllvlontague. Our junior officers were: president-Bruce Hall, vice- president-Sharon Cook, and secretary-Margie
Our King Kay candidates for the two years were Doug Scherer as a sophomore and Richard Hanna, junior. Our
girls have not been without honors. As sophomores, queen attendants were: Sharon Madden, Marilyn Morrow. Doris
Faye Robinson, Eleise Estus, and Shirley Alwood. Queens during sophomore reign were Regina Meredith, track, and
Margie Norfleet, swimming. As a junior Eleise Estus claimed t e honor of becoming football queen.
As we look into our crystal
ball, we see many years into the
future when I-Karol Keith will be
the first woman president of the
U. S. 2-Janice-Temple, author
of the best-seller"'Sa fe Driving
Rules," will tour the country
lecturing on sa fety. 3-Elizabeth
Seaton will be National Corn-
mander of the WAVES. 4-Mary
Lou Lewis will be the Emily Post
of 1975. 5-Ronnie Norfleet will
be the successor to Perry Como.
6-Manny Blackett will e the Cub
Knight of 1970. '7-Mike Renz
will be a noted Harvard physicist.
8-Don Olinger will be the first
space man to reach the moon.
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SEATED: Janice Sappenfield, Nisha Unsell, Esther Coble,
Diana Crosson, Diana Tharp, Doris Foster, Darrel Cornelius,
Carol Sue Allcorn. STANDING: Don McFerrin, Jim Court-
right, David Kinclerfather, Jim Skidmore.
The Senior Play
"His of Great "
A 3-Act Comedy-Force
Oct. 22-23, 1958
fAlso in Casty
ROW ONE: Carol Allen, Sandi Staton, Lee Ann
Benefiel, Gretchen Blickensderfer, Phyllis Jackson.
ROW TWO: Marilyn London, Carol Mohler, Sandy
Smith, Sandra Carden, Elaine Warner. ROW THRE
Edith Easton, Sue Tiirlgon, Pat Burghart, Karen
Wise, Patti Hester, ary Lee Carson. ROW FOUR
Steve Braschler, John Buster, Eugene Ellis, Gary
Griffiths, Ronnie Akin, Doyle Cowan, Suzanne
K ENN ETH BU RCHINAL
THE TORNADO TIMES
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Allcorn Gets Out the
ROW ONE: Becky Medsker, Carol McClelland, Jo Moomaw, John Conway,
Eloise Holmes. ROW TWO: Sue Bartholomew, Sharron Buzard, ROW THREE
Bruce Scott, Jerry Smith, Ralph Garland, Barry Allcorn, Richard Robertson
Harold Soles, Steve Clark.
While working steadily to publish this 1959 Twister, fifteen issues of the school paper, the Tornado Times, were
edited by the two journalism classes. Each student had a chance, durinfg the year, to try his ability at editing,
reporting, advertising, along with various other duties. All members o the publication department contributed their
ideas and timeton the Twister, although there is an honorary staff named for those who did the most work. fSee page
43. Mr. Sappenfield was advisor for both the Twister and the Times.
W ONE: Jim Skidmore, Annie Nitz, Jean Lowrance, Marjie Purcell. ROW '
WO: Ronnie Costin, Darrel Cornelius, Judy Berry, Carol Allcorn, Janice Temple.
W THREE: Henry Schichtle, Suzanne Stoner, Edith Easton, Nisha Unsell.
Garland Hot On The
Trail of a Story
E DO You REMEMEER
E howl many tears? shed t
over, so many T-"bill-i' and
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ROW ONE: Nadine Burris, Elizabeth Seaton, Beth Mummert, Sandi Staton, Eloise Holmes,
Mary Ann Abram, Joyce Beck, Barbara Bredehoft. ROW TWO: Thelma Fitzsimmons, Phyllis 42547
Lewis, Sue Turgon, Gretchen Blickensderfer, Carolyn Moore, Janice Kinsch, Mary Ann
Warburton, Judy Jones, Miss Campbell. ROW THREE: Marydel Robinson, Diana Tharp,
Carolyn Voris, Don Anderson, Bob Lightstone, -David Renz, Suzanne Stoner, Patti Hester, '
Melinda Hall. ' Q
The Junior Classical League is a branch of the
American Classical Association which is composed
of college and high school Latin teachers. The
junior division is made up of students who have had
two years of Latinq Each member receives a.mem-
bership card and a pin bearing a torch. Miss
Cabbell, the sponsor, annually awards some second
year honor student a silver pin. Club activities are
a Roman Banquet, held at the end of each year,
and to which first year students are invited, a dance
to earn money, and in recent years, state conven-
tions which have been held at Kansas City, Topeka,
Wichita, and Manhattan.
' Presents ,
The 3-Act Comedy
8 o'clock - April 3, 1959
THE STAGE CREW, ROW ONE: Jewel Moon, Rosalie Dunn
Mary Ann Abram, Julie Tucker. ROW TWO: Faye Jacob,
Sharon Beatty, Sue Higins, Janet Misch, Diana Golly. ROW
THREE: Lou Higgins, Sandy Blevins, Phyliss Goodman, Don
Fuller, Marilyn Morrow, Regina Meredith.
THE CAST, ROW ONE: Elizabeth
Seaton, Carol Barber, Charlotte
, Smith. ROW TWO: John Conway,
Margie Norfleet, Shara Lea Short,
Tonnie Butcher, Jan Kloehr, Lois
Buell, Bruce Hall. ROW THREE:
Tony Allen, Doutg Scherer,
David Evitts, Jef Weinberg.
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Jim Courtright .
Shara Lea Short' Bruce Hall
The tonguesters ended the 1958-59 season wi
better-than-average record of 56 wins over 24 losses.
This was an excellent showing considering the fact that
most tournaments are open to more than 75 Kansas
schools with debating teams, as well as some from out-
Seven tournaments were host to the Tornado talkers.
'They were Washington Rural, Fredonia, Topeka, Pitts-
burg, Emporia, Wyandotte and the district tourney at
Emporia. The -best squad record was achieved af Pitts
burg with a score of sixteen wins and eight losses, with
the team of Nisha Unsell, Jim Courtright and Shara
Lea Short, Bruce Hall winning 12 out of 12. Jim Court-
right and Nisha came up with the best individual team
showing by winning a third place trophy at Washington
in Kansas City. Shara Lea Short and Bruce Hall provided
strong competition by winning a fourth place trophy at
Bruce Hall maintained high speaker points for the
squad. The CHS debators have five returning lettermen
' ' b Nisha Unsell and Jim
and only two graduating mem ers,
Row ONE' Jim coumight, Nisha Uhsen. Row TWO:
Danny Myers, Shara Lea Short, Bruce Hall. RO
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Danny Cillesseng Gene Hunt. ROW FOUR. Mike enz,
Mike-Aduddell, Robert Sullivan, BevrerlyrCooper, Tom
Broglan. ROW FIINE: Darrell5sJaggers,K-agmes Mahglffy,
John Williams. .John van Wrinkle, smiley rash!
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The first time Miss Brophy took down
the typing chart and no one knew the right
1959 marked the end of an eventful and busy year for the Senior Thespians of CHS. The
main event of the season was the presentation of the Senior play "It's a Great Life. " Those
pictured here were chosen from last year's Junior play and this year's Senior play casts by
the re ulations and standards set up by the national society.
O ficers for '58-'59 were: President, Jim Courtrightg Vice-President, Carol Mohler, Sec-
retary, Nisha Unsell.
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son, Nalda Cessna, John
Buster, Eugene Ellis,
Gary Griffiths, Ronald
Boydston. SEATED: Steve
Tongier, David Deetz,
Alvia Stroud, Rita Rae
Stapleton, Blanche Vest,
Esther Coble, Connie
Maxson, Linda Kuhns,
ROW ONE: Steve
TWO: Connie Max-
son, Diana Crosson,
Nisha Unsell, Diana
llis Jackson. ROW
THREE: Doris Foster,
Jim Courtright, Caro
The stage production class plans and writes the script for the Kindley Kavalkade,
the annual musical revue. The members design and build the colorful sets usedi.
r as . lf Costume designing is also part of their job. A ter the four-day show the class t en
D0 5EbiEMBERf i dismantles the sets to use the material to another year.
' e S um er Pames After completing this task the set to work on next year's show. The sponsors
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ROW ONE: John Ulibarri, Jerry
Kepner, Gary Jackson, Mike
Aduddell, C ark McCabe. ROW
TWO: Bob Merrill, Eddie Seaton
Mike Downey, Richard Locke,
Bruce Withers oon. ROW THREE:
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golfers in 1959. He began this annual intersc ool sport with three returning lettermen
Gary Jackson, Stanton Eli, and Tony Cook. .
The fortunes of the golf team were not known at this writingi. C, H, SQ Golfers in
past years have won many league championships and a State C ampionship.
T e schedule for this season was: March 26-Ark City Invitational: April 2- Coffey-
ville and Independence at Caneyg April 8-Caney and Independence at Coffeyvilleg
April 13-Miami Invitational: April 15-Caney and Coffeyville at Independence:
April 23- Coffeyville Invitational: May 1-S,E,K, at Independence: May 15 and 16 -
State at Kansas City.
LEFT: Football Co-Ca ptains Bruce
Scott, Tony Hoffman. RIGHT:
Basketball Co-Captains Wilson
Thurston, Leslie Van Winkle.
LOWER LEFT: Track Captain Sam
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ROW ONE: Larry Erne, Danny Teehee, Richard Seger, Tony Hoffman, Doucg Maxson,
Bruce Scott, Stanton Eli, Sam Pennington, Clark Engel, Carroll Gatlin. R W TWO:
Leonard Wilson, Bill Kistler, Richard Hanna, Wilson Thurston, Henry Schichtle, Terry
Powell, Hulen Bever, Jack Hill, Steve Clark, Jim Smith, Jim Monroe, John Coons. ROW
THREE: Tyrone Hollins, Sam Beam, Dale Warner, Tom Allen, Gordon Howard, Glen
Schneider, Harvey Vaughn, Gary Pippen, Leland Fouts, Tony Miranda, Steve Tongiet,
Doug Scherer. ROW FOUR: Assistant Coach, Oren Stoner, Terrell Ahre, Jonhny Stout,
Willie Ross, Larry Killion, Jim Ferguson, Gary Spangler, Larry Wright, George Vaughn,
Don Blair, Coach, Don McWhirt.
The Golden Tornado
In their first game under new head coach Don McWhirt, the Tornado surprised every-
body by tying Joplin 7-7 in the opener. The C-ridmen's second game resulted in a 19-12
victory over Columbus. The McWhirtmen next beat Parsons 13-O. In the Fort Scott contest
the underrated Tornado downed the favored Tigers 13-12. The upstart Comets of Chanute,
however, dropped the Tornado from the ranks of the undefeated by the score of 14- 13.
This big upset might have been the cause of the 32-7 and 40-7 threshings at the hands of
Springfield and Pittsburg respectively. The Tornado came back to trounee Iola 33-14.
Entering the season finale against Independence, the third-ranked team in the state,
Coffeyville was definitely the underdog. Despite the gallant efforts put up by the Tornado,
the powerful Bulldogs posted a 26-O victory.
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ROW ONE: Steve Clark, Dave Schichtle, Ralph Garland, Bill Kistler, Henry Schichtle,
Tom Bagby. ROW TWO: Coach Harrison Brookover, Dale Warner, Sam Beam, Wilson
Thurston, Leslie Van Winkle, Carroll Gatlin, Coach Harold Thomas. ROW THREE: Trainer
Lonnie Erwin, Terry Powell, Gordon Howard, Bob Tyrell, Richard Hanna.
The Golden Tornado ,
QRUNNER-UP IN S.E.K.J
Under new Coach Harold Thomas and with but five returning lettermen,
the Roundballers of C,H,S, had a very successful season, placing second in
the S,E,K, race behind Parsons.
During the regular season Coffeyville won 14 games and lost 5. The first
loss was to Independence by two points which eventually cost C.H,S, a share
of the league title. The team then bounced back to win five straight games
until stopped by State-champions Ward and Hutchinson in the Dodge City
tourney. In this same tournament the Tornado defeated Newton 47-40 w o
turned out to be the champions of the Ark Valley league the past year.
Coffeyville then went on to win five more straight games only to have Parsons
break the win string on their court 42-48 in a battle at the free-throw line.
After this they lost only one more game, this to powerful Joplin who
racked up their 25th straight win at Javatown's expense. In the regionals, the
Tornado won over Altamont and Pittsburg but lost again to the fast moving
Thi team lost many of its star players this year through graduation. They
are: Leslie Van Winkle, high point maker for the locals, Wilson Thurston,
Carroll Gatlin, Henry Schichtle, and Ralph Garland.
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Harrison Brookover's Golden Gales finished
third in the S. E. K. "B" league the past year
with an overall 9-'I record. Coach Hack's use
of about 20 boys in each game should pay off
in another season. He would probably have
won a game or two more if his star player,
Dave Schichtle, hadn't been "swiped" to play
first string ball. Leading scorers for the Gales
were Ron Murphy, Bill Kisler, Sam Beam,
Gordon Howard, and Elmer Shade.
4 ROW ONE: Dave Sortore, Elmer Shade, Marcus Wilson, Jim Ross, Jim Gaffrey, Jim MCGIHHIS ROW
TWO: Coach Harrison Brookover, Galen Martin, Bruce Smith, Fred Decker, Ron Murphy Don Sumner
Marron McIntosh, Dana Collins, Ron Holman, Coach Harold Thomas.
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TWO: Tim Wettach, Mike Downey, Don McFerrin, Jock Wettach, Eddie Seaton, Jim Mummert, Rich Parker, Rand
Kinnick-student manager. ROW THREE: Jim Allen, Bernard Boydston, Dennis Trotter, Jerry Smith, Alfred Lay, Don
Graves, Fred Smoot, Bill Ellis.
Tofwwwla Taulwus :MIL
During the 1958-59 season our Tornado Tankers won five and lost three dual 50 Will Rogers 36
meets. The swimmers competed with teams from 'Oklahoma and Kansas in 41 ECHSOH 45
duals. Our fin-men lost twice to the Oklahoma State Champions, the Tulsa 51 Wyandf-H16 35
Edison Crew, and once to the Wichita East "Blue Aces," the Kansas State 29 East 57
Champions of '58- '59, 65 Rogers 19
The Tankmen captured second 'place honors at the Kansas State Champ- 53 Noffh 21
ionship Meet at Topeka, after a hard battle with Wyandotte, Topeka, and 33 Edlson 48
Wichita Southeast. 63 I Central Q 23
Most of the swim squad will be back next year as returning lettermen to CSSCOUCV U1 State MCCV37 112 P01935
make it really tough for their opponents and also carry on the fine and rugged
reputation the past and present Tornado Tankers have established.
The team will lose five good Seniors this year: Jerry Smith, diver: John . . l
Wettack, freestyle: Alfred Lay, backstroke: Ron Costin, freestyle: Don Smitty Goes Into A N05e'D1Ve'
McFerrin, brea ststroke. i
All Set For The Big Splash!
Asleep On The Deep!
:cond Place State Meet
MEDLEY RELAY TEAM-State Meet Record Holders
Doug Scherer l h
Don McFerrin Ronnie Costm
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THE BIG " 5"
DOUG SCHERER-Pool record holder in 100 yard
Butterflyg EDDIE SEATON-Pool record holder in 40
and 100 yard Freestyleg DON MCFERRIN-Pool record
holder in Breaststrokeg MIKE DOWNEY-Undefeated
in Backstrokeg JERRY SMITH-Diver.
10 YEAR SWIM RECORD
State Champions 9
State Champions 9
State Champions 8
State Champions 8
State Champions 8
State Champions 11
State Champions 7
Third in State 8
Third in State 7
Third in State 4
Second in State '5
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ROW ONE: Joe Webb, Terry Powell, Jim Courtwright, Steve Clark, Bruce Scott, Emmett Taylor, Sammy Pennington,
Wayne Nightengale, Gary ippin, Charles Clark, Larr Erne, ROW TWO: Darrel Cornelius, Ralph Holliday, Larry
Wright, Willie Ross, Sam Williams, David'Robinson, Jloey Clouse, Jack Hill, Jim Smith, Mike Howard. ROW THREE:
Wayne Thompson, John Coons, Jim Ross, Kenny Hendrix, Marcus Wilson, Gerald Springer, James Gaffney, Glen
Heaven, Ron Holman, Leland Fouts. ROW FOUR: David Kinderfather, Dana Collins, Don Sumner, Dave Sortore,
Galen Martin, David Meredith, Tim Wettack, Richard Parker, Mike Ewing, Howard Mullins. ROW FIVE: Coach
Stoner, Elmer Shade, Jess Miranda, Bruce Smith, Robert Humphreys, Mike Lewark, Johnny Mallinger, Fred Decker,
Bob Templar, Coach- Mcwhirtl '
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With 11 returning lettermen, the 1959 track season opened. The head coach, Oren
Stoner, and his assistant, Don McWhirt, depended on everyone from all the classes
instead of mostly on the seniors. There was a lack of experience from the returning TRACK SCHEDULE
seniors, but some very capable work from the sophomores and juniors this year. The Mar- 17'1mCfC1?SS Meet
captain for the 1959 track squad was Sam Pennington, a shot putter. The returning Mar- 3l"Ffed0H13"Thefe
lettermen included Jim Courtright, Sam Pennington, Bruce Scott, Joe Webb, SENIORS: APY- 7'1fIdePef1denCe'HeYe
Charles Clark, Steve Clark, Larry Erne, Wayne Nightengale, Terry Powell, Emmett API' 1O'P1tt Re1'?Y3'Thefe
Taylor, JUNIORSg and Gary Pippin, a SOPHOMORE, The early deadline prevented APP- 1'7'C0ffeYV111e Quadfan'
the Twister from having any meet results. Those boys that were depended upon to S111-af CA Ita momf
carry a majority of the load were Sam Pennington, shot putg Jim Courtright, 880g CaneY- C0ffeYV111e-
Bruce Scott, discusg Joe Webb, pole vault, Steve Clark, 440g Wayne Nightengale, Nevdeslial , '
4405 Terry Powell, 880g Gary Pippin, the mile. APT- 23'C0ffeYV111e mvltatlonal
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Sharon Handshumaker, Linda Hargrove,
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Frances Hodges, Eddie Holland, Linda Holhuser,
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Edwina Hulsey, Robert Humphreys, Becky Hurd,
Barbara Jacobs, Clark McCabe. ROW EIGHT: Darell
Jaggirs, Kenneth Jennings, Fritz Jehle, Eileen
Warner, Connie Johnson, Gary Lee Johnson, Jim-
my Johnson, John Johnston. ROW NINE: Perry
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Billy Keene, Bill Keeton, Karol Keith, Margaret
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Shelton. ROW NINE: Margaret Shorter, Sam
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The Sophomore Class of '59 produced a bumper crop of outstanding students. To begin with, our own Sharon
Garter became one of the four cheerleaders. Then, David Schichtle stepped from the Gales to play regularly in
Tornado basketball. Mike Downe and Eddie Seaton made the Times' headlines as record-breaking swimmers. Two
. of the three candidates for basketball queen, Jon Kay'Brogan and the queen, Nana Collins, were sophomores. Away
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three sophomores, Judy Helkenburrfg, Becky Hurd, and Carol Lake, jumped the gun and became members at the end
of the first semester, ln debate, ike Renz and Robert Sullivan did well as beginners.
Because there were so many outstanding sophomores, including those in Kavalkade, it is impossible to mention
them all here. In other words, 1959's sophomores were the greatest.
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fLeft to Rightj Escort. Jim Courtright: Attendant, Melinda Hall: Queen, Jean Lowp Escort, Sam Pennington,
Attendant, Jean, Lowrance: Escort, Bruce Scott.
The Tornado placed behind Independence in the Coffeyville Relays after fighting them right down to the final
event for the locals best showing of the season. Witli many returning underclassmen the thinclads should have a
good season next year.
Commencement, May 29, speaker Rev. Frederick Olert,
Central Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, Nlissouri.
Junior-Senior Reception and Prom "Fantasy in May."
This was one of the best attended proms in the school
Senior Class Day Assembly - "Hats" theme.
Bruce Hall. Dave Martin, Sandy Blevins are the new
student council officers.
Barbara Bredehoft - DAR Pilgrim: Jean Low, Sam
Pennington DAR good citizens.
GirI's State Representatives - Janice Unruh, Kaye
Boy's State Representatives - Bruce Hall, Steve Clark,
Danforth awards to Beth Mummert, Jim Courtright.
Bob Cowan wins FFA stale farmer.
Jan Kloehr appointed new D.C. Drum Major. The
corps took first place at the annual Joplin Festival
on May 9.
After 20 years Miss Cabbell retired as head sponsor of
Trackmen qualifying for state meet at NVichita: Richard
Nightengale, Marcus Wilson.
Best Thespian - Jim Courtright.
First place music winners at state - Shara Lea Short,
Boy's Ensemble. Madrigales, Brass Ensemble, Saxo-
Delbert Smith received highest rating for a boy in the
National Merit Scholarship.
Jim Courtright took top honors by winning the
"Going to College" Assembly, a Summerfield schol-
arship which was refused in favor of a 82,200 scholar-
ship to Yale.
Beth Mummert became the first CHS girl to win a
Rex Rees, Jack Penner, Don Wriglit. Sue Martin.
fSince the '59 Twister went to press early in the year, it was impossible to include several late-in-the-year happen-
ings. Through the courtesy of the annual staff, this insert page has been printed to be added to your bookj.
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