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

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The staff hopes this Twister of l96O will help you to remember this most gratifying year. !!:! The Twister, Coffeyville, Kansas f- Back to the drawing boards! - a a a 5 .asv 0,0 A UTEJE ,:l!- 'I she 'S' not -af up 'aa :ai , gms. af, Ther X VA MH? , k'.V FI qgfql. A l 5 ,, H ' I lb, V , ' 'Hare did that Qledtron go? , minure clilb Jf . ., , . ,P mv . 4,543 ,N W ,lr -avg 1., . , -,,.,q1-w Q . 4, J? F - Sophomores ra ck brains! r. f' ,Qld V -1 Jw 1 , 5.2!-m " X -6 , mf? ns, Dedication H We, the Senior Class of 1960, wish to dedicate this book to Mrs. Marie Diggs who as school counsellor has guided the students of Field Kindley toward a satisfactory future for the past nineteen years and is now retiring. Besides being widely known in guidance circles in Kansas for her work here, she has served as a school principal in Nebraska and also taught in several places. We are-sorry to see Mrs. Diggs leave us, but know she will be happy in seeing her years of work with young people turn them into successfulradults. We wish her many years of joy and happiness. Q'-fl .4 M5 4 M ff x an ,I ' ag l Pri! xg -lf, A rj-, '1 jxknigf was i W A ff' Q' my V wi - 9...,. Q V - 2,121.3 'ri 25533, As? 4 ,, . 3: , 1 J f 5, ' JL P A f' , , Q Q .. f W " 2 ' --,-C Hfmiiav: F 'J " , , :E , ?' W LRMQF stmas carols i , if Q" :X .WW , - M if H Q QT . .- ,- ST , I ,, .K u Q 2' aw-. LJ -f Q, Q, :ES L..-ik Wk 1.,.:gq- : , ' V 7541 Q 1 X53 SR QW . 3fZ:?.2. w A --- , 4, --Q ' fi '!3'f'.lZ2T.7'Qf7'i Ei A r!Eg31E:, 4 1 X... . 1,2- .,, .,,, L 3, U, ,, ,ww .. :1-1. ::,,:::r' ' - 1 m H. - 5551" f f .. 5 isa E s. fzfiz-f 5 ess 5 EEA 2 5211- My-.,.!.:. I azalswlf vis: .LFE . Hi - 1.1 I N xx, v 'W , 1 f,i '1- ,JJ-' .... J lr. I 35311 . ,- av 1 I ' Ei an va 1 5 RE :ef az.. KQ -K. L , 1 L WM- -E.. , H , WA if? g Law W 'AW -. NETRATICN FACULTY C LARK HENDRIX Principal V. A. 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A ,- ,4 . q I ACTIVITIES Student Council One of the oldest organizations in Field Kindley is the Student Council which this year was under the direction ot Bruce Hall, its president, and Andy McClure, sponsor. The representatives and alternates are elected by the homerooms. The purpose of the group is to consider student problems in connection with school activities, promote good citizenship, suggest improvements, etc. One of the projects planned and carried out by the Council members was ' Courtesy Week. Students in the group were placed on one of the following committees: social, assembly, scrapbook, constitution, service, and flag memorial. David Martin was vice-president for the year with Margie Norfleet serving as secretary. ROW ONE: Holiday, Leahy, Oard, Carter, Meadows, Chronister, Smith, Simmons, I-lutson, Alvey, Baber. ROW TWO: Thomas, Boles, Allen, Haynes, Herriman, Miranda Holeshouser, Norfleet, Beam. ROW THREE: Hall, Harvey, Thompson, Schichtle, War- ner, Powers, Livingston. ROW FOUR: Martin, Wettack, Beam, Templet, Downey, Ross, Schneider, Smoot. ROW FIVE: Shoaf, Hunt, Brighton, Parsons, Lewark, Sullivan, Amey, Kinsch, Wilkerson, Lay. ROW SIX: Appleby, Gump, Bailey, Clark, Duckworth Fayler, Johnson, Sappenfield, Jackson, Craw ord, Hamlin. f, L -'V s , .,gr'i?v ,' . --"f"5Al . 41 it .nun N JOHN CHARLESWORTH - Physical Education, Swimming Coach, Sponsor Boys Intramurals, Junior and Kavalkade. LAVON CRAWFORD - English, Sponsor Sigma Pi, Junior Class Sponsor. ELOISE ECKHARDT - Mathematics, Kayette Sponsor. WILLIAM ELWOOD - Vocational Machine Shop. ' DOROTHEA FAHLER - Commerce, Senior Class Sponsor. THEY DIRECTED OUR LAB EXPERIMENTS, OUR STAGE REHEARSALS Red Cross, Faculty f- 1 S T an .I it J 1 -. l, JL it T , ,.,,.- A Tr? Jg, T. I 1 V ff' gi ,I 3 Gi FCICUHY- THEY FOUND TIME TO SPONSOR ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES HELEN GLASER - Matliemarrics, Sponsor Tornado Tillies and Junior Red Cross, Pep Assembly Committee. MARY GREER - Art, Sponsor Art Club. ' A 1 ELDRED HARRIS - Vocational Agriculture, Sponsor E. F. A. AVIS JOHNSON - Engllish Supervisor, Sponsor Sigma Pi, Pep Assembly Commit ee. BARBARA KELLER - Piysicel Education, Sponsor Girls Intramurals and Kqyalliade, Faculty Committee. KVI, ROW ONE: Leon Sapp, Paul Myers, Emory Leahy, Mitchell Gruber. ROW TWO: Mrs. Greer, Vickie Meadow-s, Sue Montague, Sharon Hall, Carol Allen Kathy Higgins, Jean Perry, Sondra Rosson, Lola Dogg ROW THREE: Wayne Thompson, Don Harvey, Davi Deetz, Sam Burge, Barbara Starr. Key Club The Key Club is a group of young Kiwanians in the high school. The club membership totals 25. The Key Club publishes a student directory and does community work throughout the school year. Meetings are held each Monday at l2:3O. This years officers are: Stanton Eli, President, Ron Murphy, Vice-President, Terry Powell, Secretary Treasurer, and Tom Allen, Sergeant-At- Arms. 5?- Art Club The club consists of students who take a special interest in art and who submit two pieces of art work with application. Students wishing to belong must have a majority vote ot the active members and must attend all meetings. The activities ot this year in- cluded social meetings, designing covers, posters, and window decorations for other organizations. The club has also taken trips to museums and to K. U. Art Club Officers this year are: President, Emory Leahy, Vice-President, Vicki Meadows, Secretary- Treasurer, Sue Montague, Reporter, Sam Burge, Scrapbook Keeper, Barbara Starr, Social Chairman, Kathy Higgins. ROW ONE: Iini Allen, Ken Morrow, Bill Kistler, Dave Schichrle, Jim Moore, Bill Ellis, Terry Powell. ROW TWO: Tim Wettack, Ron Holman, Don Graves, Dave Martin, Richard Hanna, Mike Downy, Bruce Hall, Eddy Seaton. ROW THREE: Phil Lusk, Sam Beam, Bob Tyrell, Dave Sortore, Tom Allen, Dale Warner, Gorden Howard, Ron Murphy, Stan Eli, Ollie Webber Qsponsorj. -'Sa-nu" E 1 G.A.A. C AMPUS WHEEL S 'I' EVE C LARK Football, Basketball, Annual Editor. ll' ' 1, ga it it 4 rr . 35. , r i , lj ly , r The Girls' Athletic Association 'is an organization whose objective is to promote good sportsmanship, fellowship, and activity. The members participate in three intramural sports--basketball, volleyball, and bowling. From the girls who articipate in intramural basketball Miss Keller, sponsor and coach, chooses girls for tEhe teams that play in the City League basketball games. Officers for the organization this year are as follows: Madelyn Crawford, president, Judy Baber, vice-president, Llda Rae Leming, secretary-treasurer, Phyllis Culver, point keeper, and Karen Gump, scrapbook keeper. There is a championship team from each intramural sport and also one from the City League basketball. Each member of these teams receives a medal. ROW ONE: Davidson, Scott, Johnson C. , Chronister, Meredith, Harvey, Perry I. , Gump, Hunt, Brogan. ROW TWO: Hooks, Carter, Collins, Briggs, Johnson A. , Martin, Miller, King, Hu bard, Leming, Herriman. ROW THREE: West, Abram, Culver, Canady, Bever, Rosson, Thompson, Shoaf, Smith, Wilson E. ROW FOUR: Jacobs, Goodman, Waddell, Roberts, Hershey, Dunn, Bean, Fitzgerald, Jennings, Rutter. ROW FIVE: Wilson, Livingston, Walworth, Iarret, Wilkus, Perry K. , Mahan, Keller, Baber, ROW SIX: Springer, Green, Crawford, Babbs, Austin, Toney, Ford, Schmidt. it it ... The Teen-age Safety Club of Field Kindley High School was organized in November of 1958 with Mr. Sheffler as its sponsor. The officers are Fred Smoot, President, Kenneth Casida, Vice-President, Kay Casida, Secretary -Treasurer. The club's purpose is to promote safety among the teen-agers and adults. Some of the projects which they undertook were helping in the safety check lanes and sponsoring an assembly of safe driving. The Regional Safety Conference was held in Coffeyville and the club made a trip to the Topeka Safety Conference. Although this is the Safety Club's second year, it was found to be very worth-while. ROW ONE: Carol Lake, Virginia Miller, Faye Jacobs, Jewel Moon, Linda Mahan, Elaine Majors, Patti Powers, Kay Casida ROW TWO: Diana Galli, Barbara Smith Elaine Wilkus, Beverly Herring, Janet Childress, Phyllis Goodman, Janet Misch, Marilyn Morrow, Sharon Alvey. ROW THREE: Bill Ellis, Ken Casida, Bob Lightstone, Nancy Ford, Terry Powell, Mr. Sheffler, Linda Holshouser. S 'P' F. F. A. CAMPUS WHEEL RON MURPHY Sports, Key C lub. ROW ONE: Jim Enloe, Harold Uppendahl, Freddy Mueller, Don Yates, Jim Wishall, Charles Victory, Alan Roper, Dale Zeigler, Jerry Wishall. ROW TWO: Gail Zeigler, Tony Kirk, Elbert Fields, Don Clayton, Tim Harris, Morgan Starrett, Billy Waltrip, John Van Winkle. ROW THREE: Lonnie Erwin, Jim Lewis, Tom Lovelle, Bob Templer, Jim Davis, Chuck Madron, Jim Bever, Mr. Harris. ROW FOUR: Steve Smith, Leonard Kizzire, Cliff Reeves, Ralph Holliday, David Robison. This year twenty-two members of F. F. A. attended the National F. F. A. conven- tion at Kansas City. The Coffeyville members also acted as host chapter for the South- east Kansas F. F. A. Meat Judging School and Contest, and attended Southeast Kansas F. F. A. Leadership School at Chanute. There were thirteen F. F. A. boys exhibiting a total of 27 head of livestock at the Interstate Fair and Rodeo this year. Amon those who placed in jud in were: Clif- ford Reeves-Znd place reserve champion Siropshire fat la mb, DavidgRoiison-Champ Landroce fat barrow, Ralph I-lolidaty-champ Berkshire male, Jim Lewis-3rd place Berk- shire Gilt, 3rd place Hereford Hei er, Steve Smith-2nd place Berkshire Gilt, Jim Bever champ Shorthorn fat steer, Sth place Hereford fat steer, Grady Young'-cha mp Brown Swiss female of entire show, Tim Harris-Reserve Champion Mantdole ewe, and first place aged Montdole ewe, and Bob Templer-9th place Angus fat steer. Present officers are Ralph Holiday, president, David Robison, vice-president, Jim Bever, treasurer, Bob Templer, reporter, Dana Collins, secretary, and Clifford Reeves, sentinel. Later activities of the F. F. A. are listed on page 82. 'Z was rh.i.J ... my WW f - f is -5 nz-.JE MEX , PHOMORES 1 fi ri l'. 5:77 t :' 2? 'l am '32-Fi: . 2-:f,Q,,..."-. - , :iii ' Ay , g - , T Ni- 9 ,. 1 Y , ': ,V '-Yer Ar, Yagi u it r J at I E i 1 it 5 wr r -1- w --o W , Q. 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K-we J"f"2q ' f J 42+ 4?75,' 1+ ff - 25 .fd rv-fr 1- l HIP -" 3 , ir 1" M WV ay Qi ,Y ra X-. ., MARILYN MORROW Football Queen '59, Music, Publications, Kavalkade. . , why- , nf I I ' . pu.. T .:r,., W 4 Y, "sz J ,3- .T tl ' V J 4 'W g- 'gt f,gqs'fgj 1 v- , 'VV' I --PH :fl ' I , X tlrffxp, i a J , J' -' 11 ' ' i ,J , K- xl' s ' X A- .wa-J new ,.,v,-1: .I J 5' Q Y 1 J H " x ,,, . .- . J , F, , ., -' WM ., H' ' I' Q" "" "Q ' -'- ' 1 " 'H' 7 X W 5 F' -fu rv nw' H J J., 1, J Jw a it JM 3-my S ul ' J, N , , JL gi' Y , J 5: it if ' if .w jx -5, L i I , A .1 x N. ' Y I ,- 'T n "Hi" Qi-Krlifif-Y'4 """"" V H W Tn--wr swam'-'w ' -7- , t . . N J ,ri , 1 11 ir., A , 3, V 1 1 rf M, ' -- 1 v' :V ,a J N 1 J, -'gi' ' J x ' ? A 1-1 ,if-X , 5' " V' J i '4 ' . 'F I' ' CAMPUS WHEELS Sophomores ROW ONE: Diana Freeman, Charles Wilson, Roberta Fulton, David Funk, Mil- dred Gaffney, Richard Gillman, Mary Kay Goodman, Roger Gossard. ROW TWO Billy Graham, James Wishall, Wanda Gregory, Karen Gump, Joe Hall, Linda Hall, Ronald Hamlin, Larry Hammick. ROW THREE: James Hardy, John Hare, Jonnie Hargis, Louise Harrington, Brent Harris, Carrie Mae Harris, Robert Harris, Gene Harrison. ROW FOUR: Linda Head, Richard Hendrix, Robert Hend- rix, Elaine Herron, Oteka Hershey, Judy Hobbs, Paul Hodge, Log-an Hodges. ROW FIVE: Vickie Hodges, Ann Holland, Waymeth Hoobler, Judy 'Hoover, Ora Howard, Betty Hunt, Dean Ivy, Warren Jackson. ROW SIX: Janey Jaminet, Shirley Jehle, Lawrence Jenkins, Mary Jennings, Bill Johnson, Carol Ann John- son, Carolyn Johnson, Charles Johnson. PHYLLIS GOODMAN PHIL DUNBAR President Kayettes President Secretary-Treasurer Band Safety Club and Choir Band Vice-President .2 f , , :vii ,-f X, I3 riff? Vzz glug A , - , I' ' ,' . 5 V Y , I-. Y, A - O .' ...L " , - '-Q" 2: 1 fer J M , u 1 V I ' J 4 7 fr, J - 1 x , L Q " --ff , J 1 J y 4' 5 W... f -A F :- V .f ' , J Q' J ' K X ri' 1 X X J I X 13 , Q ' - I ' aiu" I X 3at'- , ' an-5 3' , 'Q-f '- 1,---y Q C J, J ' as J rsrrrr J J if , g 6 , L . ,, iii 1 1 A 1 j gf- X Q1 A - :gal J .1 13 ,El ...Za , X Q 'D x Y f:.' 1 . ,N L' 'Z 'S' 1 LZ V . Q , V 1 W I H! X r In ' J 4. it f at , N7 . ji it ig rvff JJJJ ' " J I ' -"fr" C ' 'J 1- ,V -1 will E -t ,iw I J if f nWOZf, yy v s'5.,DQt' is -C ri' C . 'id 1 , ' +. , i.,s,, f' ' J LL, F 1 A ft-lf 9 - J 'JM ff Qi 1 Class of '62 ROW ONE: Gary Johnson, Jim Johnson, John Johnson, Mary Ann Johnson, Vin- cent Johnson, Mercedes Johnston, Richard Jones, Jerry Joplin. ROW TWO: Glen Kastler, Carolyn Keeler, Roger Keith, Ronald Kenoly, Tony Killion, Carolyn Kincheloe, Carolyn King, Elizabeth Ann King. ROW THREE: Jane Kinsch, Tony Kirk, Ed Kirkman, Sammie Knight, Doris Kuelelhan, Jim Lathrom, Karol Sue Lay, Tom LeClair. ROW FOUR: Georgia Mae Lee, Tony Lee, Donald Lewis, Edith Lewis, Glenda Diane Lewman, Bill Lightstone, Sandra Little, Mary Jane Littrell. ROW FIVE: Marion Logan, Richard London, Rita London, Sue Lorfing, Suzanne Whitmore, Cheryl Lowrance, David Wellington, 'Phil Lusk. ROW SIX: Linda Mahan, Patrioia Majors, Wayne Majors, John Manley, Mike Marlow, Ed- ward Martin, Mattielion Martin, Pearline Martin. 1 I ,. y ,NV , P J Twin.. ,, ,, ,, Y fx- -A V, ,L I R, ..., . , X. 1 fagwilii' "fa .1 , JJ JH 5 T" I J. X 4 'wr-f I ig.,-,KJ ,wk - 8 Jn' WI 1 I ,itfiffxn-, I J' dmlslwu J' X A La,-n ,J Q-X M J M.. L t 4 h is - ,. W i I ,. . ,,.' v - u,,f4,. ' 1 ,J ' . in .Begin-:I .4 - Jae --3 , J -v w +- . J ' Q .ff A . J I-J ,J ki J Ji ,gf J q ,.. .. -5-'tv -, -.- J eff- if , J X X A .A 4. nm 5 , -72, . J :K-Lvl: -. R " J . 79-1 .- I , ,xx .ut an 4.4 I r ,S 5, J . S713 J , 'gi . ie 1- , V- ". ' kr J J. rr, JJQ1, ,, 'L' ., , H' .L 3 NJJJ J ,r, ,v JJ. 4. J ajax? 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I ' , .glivflf ' 1 1 Nr, ww lp,iJjgi:sq?"m"lg3!gS?iguw'"',H..,'1'rif 1 ' ,H - ' .77 X I Lgrigvga I I 'K I rl-11 J .5 CAMPUS WHEEL op omores ROW ONE: Sharon Martin, Irvin Mathis, Kenneth Mason, Leroy McCord, Edith McCormick, Joanne McDaniel, Linda MoFall, Lavonia McGilbray. ROW TWO: Larry McGinnis, Mildred Mclntosh, Sharon McWhirt, Jerald Medsker, June Meek, Russell Mehl, Karen Mehreus, Barbara Menefee. ROW THREE: Phil Met- zer, Judy Miranda, Wayne Moon, Ilene Moore, Jim Moore, Kenneth Morrow, Fred Mueller, Archie Waltrip. ROW FOUR: Douglas Nash, Oarl Neas, Mary Ann Neria, Peggy Newton, Carl Nicholas, Eula Kay Nigh, Bonnie Odle, Jean Osgood ROW FIVE: Warren Parrett, Johnny Parsons, Eugene Patterson, Peggy Pennington, Jean Perry, LeRoy Phillips, Martha Pierce, Jimmie Pippin. ROW SIX: David Pittenger, Richard Plute, Ted Purkey, Connie Pusley, Donald Ranes, Elizabeth Rathbum, Ruth Ray, Olivette Reed. JIM MOORE Gale Football, Basketball. I ' P 5 M1 T L3 it ,KT I 1' ' Q If l ,.., I I 0, ? 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ROW TWO: Carolee Roeder, Ruth Romig, Barbara Romines, Frank Riley, Sondra Rosson, Harold Rush, Delois Russell, Joy Rutter. ROW THREE: Don Sa ppenfield, Karen Schell, Michael Schultz, James Schwinn, John Schwinn, Velma Scissel, James Scofield, Barbara Scott. ROW FOUR: Walter Sells, Jacqueline Shannan, Judy Shoaf, Jacqueline Shobe, Jim Simmons, Steve Walterscheid, Barbara Smith, James Smith. ROW FIVE: Naomi Smith, Steve Smith, Richey Soles, Alice Springer, Florine Springer, Bonnie Stafford, Stephan Stangland, Marlene Stan- ley. ROW SIX: Sharon Stanley, Carol Starret, Ronald Stevenson, Maurice Stewert, Phyllis Stout, Dale Strahan, Dean Stricklan, Fredrick Strickland. '!"'?" Lett! . ,. i fffiy. lc , .-..J"'- wJfJw --'fra 1 . ' , 1 E I J V W- f... J -5 5 I. i ff 1 ' - ,. E' '- ' . , fl-E. rf ' - A , ,,!',r 1 'S - , , .N 3, if a if 1 V J tx. 4 -we , V " ' KR. , L. - f-r it Y' ,tr-1 . ' r. ' ..:,:3'rf - , , N ai-3,2 - -.:I,', - ' .. Q 4 me -'?fYff' R, I M if 51412: llflfs ,rf-Lx CAMPUS WHEEL F- ,, ,, ,t. ,X ,Af V1 V fi 1 R o 1. , ttt, ,, Q , 4, A' tr cf' ' ' r-" .7 ' , , Je .' ' Sami? ,ffffif . f 1-1 . ,. girl rw' Q 1 ', "IM , J .ul 4' , - w-www! ft ' J ngfi, :w,Qte1rbf4 bv, 1 , ,'. , , -- ku. W . 1 t -4 wr -W-'N 1 . gift' 5-'51 is-1 5.1.1,-P,-' , ' - ,-.ri JJ ' 5, -t l. - ' ' - I " , ..'JA:!j-39" A ' Y PHIL LUSK Gale Football, Basketball. c, , ,N J J ll - -J J P -. i ' " ,., ..., 3 I i eff-S -.f a , P . - ,- , , -,f I KT' Lkvr Ki N ef Y 5 iirfr -a f' IX If , A I Q 1 'J 1 -' fy 'LL J lg, urs Y K ' . y W ., c, S. ,,,, 7 be W- . f ' i '-. l f , l 4- '-" 2' 5 J ' w . . J J JJ lgfvfae , ,ai,, y , t, y . "" A' ' ' ' kyky Ar, ,' Nz 4, A ai ' - 'J V ' J F I4 1 11 J v. Y F-ir, . ' t- --5 " ,- ., X l , Q mv- 5. F 'J ff- . . - R I 9 S - C' K, I ' -Q O nm A-i 4 O 'A -gfaui , y , ! '11 xl Q3 I h C: ,sv 0 .0 l:' rf: 1 X r, YJ' ,Q T, 1, '31 lx . , is F f I , QQ 5, 'J . 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I I " iw 1: 'R jf , I ' I V' I 1 ' ' .4 5, ,ll - wi, , T gf' Y, "' 1 J ' 1 f. T ' 1' .rw 2-R r ,, -E52 5 , -R ai., qv ' i , ,, ,, Qi-in lr 1' O , ,f ,Q 'A . " Q ' - - f L i w 1 "A Y W Md 1 1 - - . il i l'-aff 1 s CAMPUS WHEEL I mga MARCIA TONEY Cheer leader Sophomores ROW ONE: Billy Strimple, Christine Strimple, Mary Sutherlin, Steven Tate Clyde Taylor, Mary Ellen Taylor, Donald Thompson, Judith Thompson. ROW TWO: Mary Ann Thompson, Joe Thurston, Michael Tolar, Mary Toliver, Mar cia Toney, Joel Tongier, John Tongier, Judy Tosh. ROW THREE: Bob Towery Carl Tracy, Robert Trotter, Sue Ann Vaughn, Gus Vakas, Dennis Voris, Debra Waddell, Janice Walters. ROW FOUR: George Weeks, Richard Widmer, Gregory Wilkinson, Nancy Wilkinson. ROW FIVE: Kay Williams, Wendy Williams, , Douglas Winston. ROW SIX: James Womack, Cheryl Wood. Claudia Wilson -'Wh' rw b . ,L , il L' w l W , , -F, '-'ii sa l S l Q My MQW MM 4 xww' pf My Q fgifjjswfwwizf M '67 Q- W' ' MQ .wmv OX! wwf wp' ff if ' j41f"jflyJDQZfi!jK OR NIZATICNS SEATED: Perry Johnson, David Evitts, Carol Lake, Faye Jacob, Gary Eubanks, Bob Tyrell, Terry Carter, Libby Brown, Pam Brighton, Susan Whitmore, Connie Lawrence, Mary Lou Lewis, Gary Spangler, Glen Schneider, Christine Buffington, Virginia Miller, Phyllis Edwards, Barry Allcorn Gary Riedel, Rita London, Elaine Herron, Barbara Ross, Fred Bunch, Kay Nigh, Carol Chambers Peggy Duckworth. STANDING: Elaine Wilkus, Carol Ann Johnson, Shirley Duckworth, Carol Boley, Carolyn Shelton, Nancy Davenport, Mary Alexander, Janet Clark, Kaye Karstadt, and Tonnie Butcher. QNot pictured - Fiona Gillete.j Orchestra This year's 40-piece orchestra met fourth hour, five days a week and was under the direction of Mr. Harvey Lewis, instrumental instructor. Activities in which the orchestra participated were Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter Assemblies, Junior and Senior Playsg and the SEK Orchestra Festival held this year at Chanute. Ensembles and soloists from the orchestra entered' the district music contests at Pitts- burg. Those that received one ratings went on to Emporia to the State music contests. There were several members from the orchestra that participated in Kindley Kavalkade in the Kavalkade Orchestra. There was also a select group that furnished dinner music for various organizations at banquets and receptions. The orchestras' concert master this year was violinist Bob Tyrell. Band J. -51 1" Y C ' ' A U -- H 1 I . ,I ' - l W ' I f rss,--ag--Q d led b Director Harvey Lewis and Drum Major Ken Hoppock. Among the This year's Field Kindley Ban was y many services the band performed was the providing of music for pep assemblies, athletic contests, and partici- pating in various civic parades. An annual event in which the band participated was the SEK Band Festival held at Independence this year. One of the highlights of the year was the band's participance in Kindley Kavalkade. The band was featured in the show's finale and this was the first time that they have ever been used. Ensembles and soloists from the band entered the spring music contests. The district contest was held at Pittsburg and the state at Emporia. ' ' ' Director Harvey Lewis was injured in an auto- The band was somewhat handicapped the first of the year as d ld not be with them. However, Mr. Bill Shores, the vocal instructor, served in his mobile accident an cou absence very capably. , Officers for the band were Emory Leahy, president, Phil Dunbar, vice-president, Phyllis Goodman, sec- retary-treasurer. FRONT THREE: Patti Jones, Mike Tolar, Jeff Weinberg. ROW ONE: Jan Kloehr, Joyce Beck, Lue Higgins, Janice Unruh, ' J.D. McCartney, John Coday, Jim Moore, LaraleaJohnston, Glen Heaven, Terry Carter, Judy Nichols, Robert Swope, L 'n Connie Schmidt Gary Clausing Sue Elliot, Waymeth Hoobler. ROW TWO: Mike J 'm Linda Mahan, Llda Rae emi g, , , Holland, Doug Misch, Barbara Smith, Tommy Bagby, David Martin, Christine Buffington, Phyllis Goodman, 1 Lathrom, Mike Howard, Larry Delk, Emory Leah, Don Sappenfield, C.J. Crosetto, Roger Rockwell, Mike Mason, John Barker, Jim Ross, Mike Ewing, Phil Dunbar. ROW THREE: Richard Hanna, Mike Lewark, Bill Spears, Jim Harris, ' C1 k John Hare, Kenny Hoppock, Doug Win- Dennis Trotter, Lynn Carson, Bruce Witherspoon, Fred Bunch, Steve ar , 1 ston, Betty Hunt, Wayne Nightengale, Hal Durr, Brent Harris, Sandra Dee Blackett, Bill Peterson, Donna Naccarato, Paula Stoner, Judy Helkenberg, Becky Hurd, Leon Sapp, Dianna Galli, Sharon Currens. 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A ,L25j-- '1-LQ -vf 3- m ,W 'N , 'A I-1 GIIIS Marllyn Morrow, Pattl Powers, Llnda Holshouser Shara Lea d B d h 1 h 1 f Short Mary Lee Crawford Kathryn Wagner Boys Mlke Ewmg many stu ents est es avrng a se ecuve c ora per ormrng Larry Traxson Phu Dunbar Davld Evms Steve Clark mot gvroip rt has three beglnnmg cholrs to tra1n students 111 vocal ' or Plctured Ffed Smooth Whrle the beglnmng chorrs do not perform 1n pubhc they The Madrigals, a selecttve group of senlors and are composed of srx boys and s1x guls chosen members of the Ro e on Among the act1v1t1es for the year were perfor s glven at varlous SCIVICG clubs The ensemble partlclpated in the mus1c contests thrs year d1str1ct was held at Plttsburg and the state at 1a The Madrrgals have always done well tn rough competitlon N I r 0 L Phy111s Goodman and her 1960 Green Bomb . if . ff! I -:GS QA- I r xr. Q 1 ?"l J lg . bfi LW X5 555 5-Ex A 00 coffrvvmr 95,11 QB? DRUM CORPS This wonderful, thrill-packed 26th year of the Golden Tornado Drum and Bugle Corps. of CHS has come to an end. As we look back "Over the Sea of Memory" we recall our many exciting moments- on the starting line of a drillg when we received our beautiful new uniforms March 4, 19605 when Jan Kloehr presented the baton to the new drum major, Linda Holshouser before the 135 alumni at the reunion banquet on Dec 26, for which the theme was "Treasurer Island"g and, of course, we were very glad when our director, Harvey Lewis, returned from the hospital in Tulsa after a prolonged stay as the result of an automobile ' accident. Our appreciation to our director for his patience and understanding in teaching us new songs and drills. J AN Dru 1nKi'4Ol-EHR '3J0r SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES attended show at Great Bend of famous drum corps. Rodeo Parade. September 18 football flag raising. September 25 football flag raising and sponsored the school dance. August 26 September 3 October 16 football drill. October 24 football flag raising. November 4 flagraising and Coronation of football queen. December 26 reunion banquet and drill. January 8 sponsored school dance. February 9 basketball drill for high school. February 16 basketball drill for college. April 8 had charge of swimmers dance and put on drill. May 7 appeared in "Joplin on Parade" exhibition . 1 1 l 1 K. '--s A A . I-Far I 'K N -'I' 1 K u .LU W Qf N + f-S-5, 3? 4-5 ga 'ik 'a aX X'w-q I' gr ,ps ,VJT7 .fwnx 3' , Q P2 dig ' Stage Production Class The Stage Production Class is one of the most important factors connected with Kindley Kavalkade, the all-school stage revue. They not only plan the production, build scenery, paint gi and design sets, but also write the script for the ff" , ' show. During the performance, the Stage if 7 Production Class along with a stage crew 't ww N, , work lights and drops, and set the scenery for each act. The class also builds the sets for the senior and junior ',, 5 Thesplons Members of CoffeyVi11e's Thespian Troupe 317 sponsored by Kenneth Burchinal was kept busy throughc 1960. The Thespians presented the senior play, "The Broom and the Groom," and the junior play which was given in the spring. Officers for '59-'60 were: President, Emory Leahyg Vice-President, David Evittsg Secretary-Treasurer, Tonnie Butcher. Due to the fact that the junior play was presented late in the year, only the senior members of the Thespians are pictured. FRONT ROW: Lue Higgins, Marilyn Morrow, Margie Norfleet, Tonnie Butcher, Mr. Burchinal. ROW TWO: Sue Higgins, Shara Lea Short, Elizabeth Seaton, Elaine Majors. TOP ROW: David Evitts, Richard Hanna, Phil Dunbar. THESPIANS NOT PICTURED: Emory Leahy, Tony Allen, Harry Bonham. Zyffiffwffwwf WDM if WMM? JUNIORS -N.. f" An?" 3 ' ,- vi-'Z ' ""'1,-' 1U- ' r 4 ,., ra C J , , - , ,A iii' ' vgxxl-,K , a . . Q V- J - ' A .1 1' 4' ' . sr f??x ss X f -'S f ' X x , lu, , K .,.. I U A it 5 ' 'li lf? 5 it-Q 74 -' ' ' Rt.. ,-" w C V KN-Q if A - a J, 4- w ' iv H 1 - i "EI 'v 'f 55' O 1 rf' M ff: N X, 4 5 qi! - ll 1. . ' s - - xmlst. ilk, . ,Q xv dm is f ,ij A .wi-.' i rim., ' J if:',:f:"" 1 ' :'F:5:'f-f:?ilf::'f J J ' ' 'Aa' , rr ml' ' 'Q ' ,V - J- ' A .V - ff, J , 1 T ' :S 1 1 ,A ' , l -1-"raw s , v -A f , , , ' 1 ' iw' ,S ' I Q- 1 1- ,QV S-, - - :gy X V in Y an ' ir., I J ., ,. ,Ms ,, msusnu.. in 2 ,J f N 'D 1 1, fil l r J H 1 V-, ' ,- :. l ,A 1 2 H xj J fwfr ' " ,511 1 fu- - , J ..-A -gy, -,- eg.. f 1' ,, N. M .fa ,. tl K Q e, Smeg 'x I rig, 5 1 1 1, l i: , rs CAMPUS WHEEL RON HOLMAN Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class, Sports. 3.4 H in .37 J . -72" . f I-151, ff, 1 grlfrg' ai rw ' 31:7 .,: :.: V- y J N ,grip 2 4 . Juniors ROW ONE: Michael Aduddell, Stella Alexander, Wilma Anderson, Tom Andrews, Marilyn Austin, Carolyn Babbs, Barbara Babroff, Gary Baker. ROW TWO: John Barker, Edward Barnhart,,Donna Beam, Karen Beeson, Henry Bell, Jimmie Bever, Alice Bishop, William Blue. ROW THREE: Nancy Bohannon, Strelsa Jean Bonham, Edward Bordine, Ann Bowman, Bernard Boydston, Janice Bracher, Patty Bramhall, Carver Briley. ROW FOUR: Clement Brinker, Jon Kay Brogan, Tom Brogan, Beverly Brown, Elizabeth Brown, Jacquelyn Brown, Christine Buffington, Sam Burge. ROW FIVE: Mary Burghart, Elmer Busher, Linda Buster, Janice Caldwell, Brenda Cameron, Linda Cameron, Caroline Carns, Patricia Carroll. ROW SIX: Sharon Carter, Terry Carter, Kay Casida, Laren Childers, Janet Childress, Sharon Childress, Scarlet Chronister, Jim Cillessen. ,J fr "1-fr .l , 1 f ,X r as - ,,. 3 f W F I J X , i ,-if 4 , r. gif X j f -..gk , ,XA A ' HN fi , i. , Q, , 5 ' J fax f"i Ln. 1:111- 5 45 '11-ri!-i"' Q l. I Jaw '-, We- Q' g,, fi JNJQJJQJS JJ,JJ!l W Jqj. J. i fm 1,5 1 'sofa - J X tr' sv JJ J. vs, -, , J J 5,91 Nl- rf i gnu 7 1 A V ' ":if!:f':fsf' 'K Z' ' i W JI V N X-J'-F Y my J , , .wa . , - Y A K 3' J y 1 "F" ' J 3 if' if 121- .J 1. , . 'T Z7 , ' J 'f J 'J J 'I J ff if -TT Nw '-4' .-.rn J ' F5 fl' - J 'If' . J Qi- ', Q , X '- r E ,q,.., - 5 ' 1 -1 .Lp '5- K JJ -- X, JJ " ,JJJJJ J ll llt 111 - , t MJ Ji, 1 1 yfj J " 1 Jg'JJ'11Jl"'fl " " JJ fffx JJ, JJ QQ- J I NJ , " ' Nl, JJ, ' " JJJWJJ ian , ,. 1 " L Y' Class of '61 ROW ONE: Jack Coffey, Susie Colbert, Dana Collins, Nana Collins, Janet Cook, Vikki Cook, Beverly Cooper, Kenneth Cotton. ROW TWO: Thomas Cox, Mary Crawford, John Coday, Gearl Crow, Carol Cumminsky, Linda Curlis, Larry Davenport, Nancy Davenport. ROW THREE: Jerry Davis, Jim Davis, Fred Decker, Mike Downey, Diane Dulin, Harold Durr, Carol Edwards, Phyllis Edwards. ROW FOUR: James Ellington, Lonnie Erwin, Gary Eubanks, Steve Evans, Tom Ew- banks, Mike Ewing, Carol Feeley, Christine Fowler. ROW FIVE: Ann Marie Francis, Kay French, Jimmie Frisbie, James Gaffney, Barbara Gaylord, John Gilfillan, Fiona Gillette, Elizabeth Gillis. ROW SIX: Jennifer Graves, Kathy Green, Roland Greer, Gwendolyn Griffin, Jerry Gruber, Sharon Handshumaker, Linda Hargrove, Jimmie Harris. .gg " ' ' at - Ns 1755 ' 'q , , J J J., J p " V I W Y 'ft 14 'x , ff.. , ,J -,- .'- -J J" N .. , J 'J 1 Jf' JJ , ,W .J M J J, JJ , , ,N c Q ,1 JJ J -. J J. MJ" 1" JJYJ9' X ' X N if N: W l f J' JJ J'J 'Tl J' "'11T""1""' 55"SWf'f5 ,1J'1"'1 J A' J E-.Lf J - - . " - ' JJ J J J.c-J J. ,JJ.. , ' ,Q Y I' i .,."'EEE P555 ,J R, 1 X idffff fi J , fs ..v"'- ' ' , ' "J h ' , 4- -, -fi' J Z' f ' :""A I - W 1 ' , at ..,. J a ix iv! Q Us is ss L A iffffffff if x '7 1? G Jr J is CAMPUS WHEEL KEN HOPPOCK Band Drum Major J ,V 'x ,ar J, A 7 , l gf If , w, E- if if-Y I If W-Ve aw -"l--'V-'aw f-5,1 V -magg- E 1 4 1 ll B , 'JH '- S ,. 9 .,.,., I ,. - -A .--w -ng-,, VV was QV n VW H' VVHVVV J x ll' P ' I-. 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VV it , ' I in , - aa., W A. 7 -nga O ,nf ' ,J .,.- ,:1:iffk 'f a-hw? - - I,2E,I?'2 5. , ,.::f'L fri?-1' ,E i mx VV gm 69 G-, 5:11 ,V , ' if A 3, 2 Y V f7?',v 4 r' 1 , as M W- ,H mv S X E J' V J-1 Q Ju . . 4 ,Q , fl -'af Juniors ROW ONE: Richard Harris, Darlene Hawk, Kathryn Hayes, Lila Heacock, Lyle Heacock, Glen Heaven, Gloria Jean Heideman, Judy Helkenburg. ROW TWO: Kenneth Hendrix, Judith Herriman, Beverly Herring, Patricia Herron, John Hey Roberta Hicks, Larry Hilton, Francis Hodges. ROW THREE: Eddie Holland, Ty- rone Hollins, Linda Holshouser, Ronald Holman, Rosetta Hooks, Kenneth Hop- pock, Virginia Hubbard, Darlene Huffman. ROW FOUR: Edwina Hulsey, Robert Humphreys, Becky Hurd, Barbara Jacobs, Darrell Jaggers, Kenneth Jennings, Fritz Jehle, Connie Johnson. ROW FIVE: Gary Lee Johnson, Jimmy Johnson, Perry Johnson, John Johnston, Alice Jones, Patty Jones, Mackie Kares, Willie Kates. ROW SIX: Connie Keeler, Wendell Kenoly, Wilma Kincheloe, Billy King, Randy Kinnick, Barbara Lee Kiser, Marilyn Kuhns, Annette Kay Kyte. F J J W1 J ' --J V ' k V ,VV V Pb., .Q --il. . -" - :gJ' F L. i -1--, x. , ' f 1 J - , - 3 -5 , v,.,a-f ' J ,ie ea P ,'f'i:"' . 1 , ng-.2 1 ...,.V. 1, ea , ':Y1F,' -1 '. , ,'9 4, - ,, Q. 11- 3: .ar aa " l V- fx Y , , 4 iv' ii .2 if ' W5 gf! , . H ,,., iw ,, M V, ,lg el' 4 --3: ,,,V :,: ,V.,, , Y nb , . . M "'W R f S if , ' E - ' f Fil , ' if - Z ' 'L' Aff , ,. - ' 1 U .kk ', 5: .:::. ' JP ,so-, if Ei , V rv WN - ..t,..1 ,' r'2' fvf' .g'-,1 . 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ROW THREE: David Martin, Galen Martin, Franklyn McAffee, Clyde McCarter, Jim McGinnis, Pat McGuire, Marion Mclntosh, Barbara McKellips. ROW FOUR: Doris McNair, Ronald Mc- whirr, Vicki Meadows, David Meredith, Mary Ann Metzinger, Clyde Miller, Dwayne Miller, Virginia Miller. ROW FIVE: Don Minkler, Jess Miranda, Douglas Misch, Ray Misegadges, James Morgan, Ronnie Moore, Philip Morris, Bill Moses. ROW SIX: Steve Mosher, Janice Mounts, Ron Murphy, Paul Myers, Donna Naccarato, Virginia Newman, Delbert Russell, Judy Nickols. CAMPUS WHEEL DAVID MARTIN Junior Class President, Vice- President Studerirrfgounc il, Swi nger, , . , ,. l L - l 5' ,, , , ' 3 1 1 J , M- I1 L fa, V - 7,-In V f f r : 5.3- ' "A 'D ,'. L '3' lf' Q' ' , AS, A ff K 3 ,wzw- l,A,f iT l A s . 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ROW THREE: Frank Read, Sandra Rea- vis, Cordell Ricks, Gary Riedel, Margie Robbins, Richard Robinson, Kenneth Rood, James Ross. ROW FOUR: Barbara Ross, Leon Sapp, David Schictle, Con- nie Schmidt, Curt Schneider, Eddie Seaton, Elmer Shade, Carolyn Shelton. ROW FIVE: Margaret Shorter, Clark Skinner, Carolyn Slaughter, Betty Smith, Bruce Smith, 'Linda J. Smith, Stephen Sgnith, Fred Smoot. ROW SIX: Larry Soles, Dave Sortore, Arthur Spitzmiller, Gerald Springer, Barbara Starr, Paula Stoner, Beth Strickland, Robert Sullivan. . H M .. '4if1?f1..,. in ' " F ..4,. " 1 -, . e,- Mm, ,f . 'x A 11. .A ' rs., r ' , . A ""'f'51-or 3 1 X ,. . . - . . f-L N . ,1 .r fr y '- ' f-- "" 'f 'T X I r. L- 'ff be ' 3 " Vx' 1 ff' P" , ', . 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' ' ' 1 ' H' A ' ,, 1.- i' K- 5 " new at 5'-L V62 r .N 'Va .. y EV 'Y V5 14- ig 2 r- r -f'sr,L A br , +p .. ,- 1' - N rraf , .Y ' lx fi 'V '. ri 4 Y M -' .Q 1 r ' H Q - i I xx f, j KM N ,Q , ' , X A 'lp ff :E f , If A ,..l,,,. I -A :iz-. H W. ru A W V i E i , 4 r . N 4 F Q We ' W it ' Mtv" -F2 , tt I lr' Kms ! , r A GX I U X fl f'3v Y l r i, t ' 1 pa 'Ya r ' M v 1 gi, f, 4 ,.,- 2 -F- lf cz 4- 1 iq . Qt, ,N 1, AV. IL,, ,af 2 f 9 A4 .. I sin , W J,,Q.',,, g ,tt ' , I mLV,, , V JA 1 M X 2- pw 'J' -if X '74 i " , X -. ai' r ll lf t .' ' X J - . , fl l, --"" u.ufc1L'A sf fl gfjg- " - Y ' Class of '61 ROW ONE: Don Sumner, Evelyn Taylor, Sylvia Teal, Sharlene Teehee, Robert Templer, Shirley Tesh, Tony Townsend, Dennis Trotter. ROW TWO: Gene Tucker, Darlene Wright, Rosa Twitchell, Bonnie Uppendahl, Barbara VanBus- kirk, Mary Vanderpool, John VanWinkle, Steve Wadkins. ROW THREE: Kathryn Wagner, Sally Wall, Connie Walworth, Larry Watts, Larry Ward, Eileen War- ner, Gilbert Washington, Hayden Wells. ROW FOUR: Eclda West, Jimmie West, Tim Wettack, Tony White ,. Suzy Willet, John Williams, Sam Williams, Ann Willis. ROW FIVE: Marcus Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Rose Wishall, Bruce Wither- spoon, CDarlene Wright, See Row Twoj. A ff 5 U, J X'- : ,, N- K 1 ' f ,TR Z" 37 CAMPUS WHEEL ya GERALD SPRINGER Football, Track, Robed Choir. , X Q '. Y ., s ' ' 'S V 1. ,Y -'gr r. '4 . :IT V K Q 'fe ' 4,-5 - ' L L L at E 1 T shit' ' ' . 1 ' - ' all W Uj W 4: Q 0 B 1 Q 5 P15 "!'E'lxr-w 5 Q, ,3- ,R g 2? lx . .- ,I 3, i , , ' 'iv 1 fwfliow ONE: Frou. Gaia TfD,Q1'1I12y1-QQ'0dII'1 au, N:ilS?1artha5TM'eh1, Q. Look, Mom , we ' Roguelg B-I 5 wil' gli, -w As Q-NJA ' uv , - I wr . " f 5-.1 ". . ' -- -f , 41 1 0 -1 ,M 1 4 , -2. Tv? -: M, l i ' x N Af 'PJ- Qf ' 'W-w" l Ward' 3 - Alcatraz " I V Old Settlers Reunion ' ,....,A' I 'X .iff ' , jyvgi . 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Q 'ex' ' O K 'I ' V-PAL. . .vw A V x ' , . -N ". , ry Q13 1'-V' I 1a Toney Cheerleader , - hi-"F. auf A w 4 Tormdo Tillies at 2 'ii- -Q? Further Tillies' activities included a community project, helping with the March of Dimes Tag Day, and acting as ushers during the Kansas State Teachers Convention. They were hostesses at the Tornado Tillies Alumnae Reunion and also published an Alumnae Directory. Their social activities con sisted of a Christmas Party, Easter Program, party for new members, and a Senior Farewell. KJ a"i BJ '4 L-Y ,- 1 594 '4 .q 1' af ,Q lqrk. . 5- x I 1 'F' gh. VE x y Afx ,l j , p V-cv H ffif .4 1 '5W"'? rw., 'E I SR A , 3 if x 'I gg L 5 QT L95 1. i WS ""1.1 ' I 11: P 4.21" V , V f 1 , 1 32 , , 1. 4 ' , "'S:1 .4 A EULA, ! , 3' lv L .E S f S W 3 . ' Q v '--f ' I MA E .Q is ' rm U ' . -- f "Y ' - , JJ . -- A T' 2555? fi-'fa W in ,Wy + flaw V If .fy ff, . 2. U Y y , . YA :...: i.:.:.: V K .w Y- LJ ,WH 1 A ,. '15 4 . M -1, Wi 1 W -'-y' Q'-.f9i Y - 1 .'n.i,' '3 v '. ,aaa ., ' -V H ,g - A Y . 1 4 Q Debate ROW ONE: Bruce Hall, Jeff Weinberg, Shara Lea Short, Jerry Boles, Chuck Lynn. ROW TWO: Mike Aduddell, Iim Mahaffey, Robert Sullivan, Elaine Wilkus, Dan Cillessen. ROW THREE: Tom Brogan, Russell Mehl, Richard Widmer, Paul Hodge, Fred Smoot, John Williams. ROW FOUR: Gene Harrison, Karen Gump, Doris Briggs, Mary Ann Johnson, H.P. App eby. The Field Kindley debaters had one of the best seasons for many years. The top ten won almost 100 more debates than they lost, the record standing at 182 victories over 84 defeats The senior foursome of Bruce l-lall, Charles Lynn, Jeff Weinberg, and Jerry Boles were outstanding in establishing 104 wins against but 20 losses. Paul Hodge and Jeff Weinberg started thin s off by winning a second place trophy at Fredonia. Tghe week followin , Weinberg and Fred Smoot went to the finals in the Winfield novice tourney while at the same time Lynn and Hall narrowly missed the semi-final rounds at Washington of K.C. Three weeks later Lynn and Hall won a first place trophy at the Topeka Highland Park tournament to highlight the year. Early in January the latter pair with Boles and Weinberg placed 'Tth out of 77 teams entered in the Emporia tourney, the largest in the history of Kansas. A week later Hall, Short, Boles, and Lynn qualified for the semi-finals at Shawnee Mission North in Kansas City in wins, but lost out on speaker points. The District Tournament was held in Coffeyville this year with Cl-lS taking third. Defeating the three top teams 4-2, the locals had to "grin and bear it" when judges voted against them in favor of two weaker teams, to keep them from going to the State. Pittsburg, second place winner here, went on to win the Sta-te Tournament. However during the year Coffeyville met Pitt seven times and won five of the seven, which well shows the calibre of this years squad. fir O 19,565 Doris Faye Robinson Kavalkade, Kayettes Track Queen Attendant '58 li ll I 1 .sz Q .. . . W r... 1 r V 'lf'iff5i5V1:,: ,l: ii Vi il if lu, I ,."l , , , ll- . , , 4 1 , . , ,. Y' I E a i E D I ' ---- T-, , . ara... m..--,,-M.- H 1 1 - . , 21,4-4 . I V- Z . ---- we- M-:ma-m-azz: "-2lrf'r1 w Mm C - , egg, ,rt er.: f ' it ell' '27 was sexes " ' i .- : E T utuwilmgeae 1 352: W an, f ,ti it 1 E: , far ,F e 2- .-.1" . ' 5 ll in ww s "' "fl iwl.v"d"w - -- 1 1 -ff 1- - . -2fH 2rf?'w--- in ututwwu: ROW ONE: Wanda Rea, Danna Johnston, Tonnie Butcher, Mary Alex- ander, Elizabeth Seaton, Joyce Beck, Nadine Burris. ROW TWO: Mary Ann Abram, Carolyn Moore, Virginia Miller, Carol Lake, Virginia O'Connell, Patti Powers, Miss Cabbell. ROW THREE: Connie Law- rence, Andy Alderman, Kenneth'Cotton, James Mahaffey, Bob Lightstone, Carol Voris. Sigma Pi is CHS's honorary scholastic organization whose membership is made up of students who have a 3.5 grade average or over. The grade point scale at Field Kind- ley is four for an A: three, a B: two, a C: and one,a D. Bly maintaining a 3.5, a student has a letter grade average o a minimum of an A. Activities for the year included an initiation of new members, a Christmas party, a March meeting, and a senior farewell with the graduating members and their parents as honored guests. Sigma Pi is proving to be a growing organization with the emphasis on better scholastic accomplishments the past few years. Only five years ago, the organization numbered only 45 while today it is one of the larger organizations being smaller only to the Kayettes and G.A .A. Sponsors for the organization include Miss Mulliken, head sponsor, Mrs. Cape, Miss Crawford, Mr. Mason, Miss Johnson, and Mrs. Diggs. Junior Classical League A I, s, u' v 7 V v xl 1 I' fi X. ,ia J, ,l- ,lx L, - .. - ' 'X 2 ... - ff W f? W -'-f ff, H, - ,yi lf' cf lg-9151" ALWESAYQ-:5?2' , The Junior Classical League consists of students who have taken three semesters of Latin. Each one receives a membership card and a pin bearing a torch and the letters J. C. L. The student that shows outstanding achievement in the course is presented a silver honor award at the end of the second year. The purpose of the J. C. L. is to encourage young people to take an interest in ancient civilizations and to give them some understanding of the debt of our own culture to that of Greece and Rome. At the time of this writing it was not known if the J. C. L. would be able to attend the State Convention held in Ellinwood, Kansas. They planned to have a Roman banquet in the Spring. The officers are: Consul Patti Powers, Scriptor Joyce Beck, Quaestor Tonnie Butcher, and Nuntius Carol Lake. Sigma Pi ROW ONE: Joel Tongier, Bill Lightstone, Tom Bagby, Bruce Hall, Linda Holshouset, Linda Smith, Mary Lou Lewis, Judy Baber, Jan Kloehr. ROW TWO: John Schmidt, Jim Harris, Mike Lewark, David Martin, Betsy Anning, Peggy Duckworth, Melissa Littrell, Suzanne Whitmore. ROW THREE: Jane Kinsch, Wendy Williams, Kay Nigh, Ron Hamlin, Joy Rutter, Dolly Blackett, Oteka Hershey, Frances Fitzgerald. ROW FOUR: Kenny Eckhardt, Russell Mehl, Richie Widmer, Richard Jones, Kathy Powell, Eileen Warner, Marilyn Kuhns, Judy Herriman. ROW FIVE: Carol Miller, Carol Lake, Donna Beam, Nana Collins, Beverly Cooper, Shirley Duc worth, Kay Karstadt, Nancy Davenport. ROW SIX: Pam Brighton, Vicki Meadows, Carol Amey, Anne King, Phyllis Edwards, Phil Dunbar, Jim Liddell, Terry Powell. ROW SEVEN: Sharon Alvey, Margie Norfleet, Elizabeth Seaton, Joyce Beck, Jolene Cooper, Caroline Carns. NOT PICTURED: Steve Clark, Frank Read, Eddie Seaton, Bruce Witherspoon, Edward Haynes, Charles Lynn. X w"EsS .ll E il 'il l LIN' l , 5' ,C f' .Q WZ! ,- ' ak CAMPUS WHEEL IOLENE COOPER Drum Corps Sec. -Tr-eas., Kayettes Secretary, Sigma Pi ROW ONE: Richard Hanna, David Evitts, Tony Allen, Bill Kistler, Dave Schichtle. ROW TWO: Beverly Fugate, Virginia Raney, Judy Baber, Llda Rae Leming. ROW THREE: Bob Tyrell, Mary Lou Runyon, Steve Clark, Mary Burghart, Barry Allcorn. Publications Each and every member of the Journalism classes had a hand in producin the 1960 Twister and 15 issues ofthe school paper, the Tornado Times. Every studentghad ample chance to try his skill at editing, reporting, advertising, and various other duties on the pa per. An honorary annual staf has been named which can be found on page 78. Howr ever, all the students have to be given credit for many of the ideas used. Mr. Sappen- field sponsored the book and took many ofthe group pictures. On behalf of the Journalism classes, we hope each and everyone of you enjoy the book half as much as we enjoyed preparing it for you. ROW ONE: Dianne Dulin, Danna Johnston, Danny Cillessen, Wayne Thompson. ROW TWO Martha Miranda, Regina Meredith, Jon Copeland. ROW THREE: Marilyn Morrow, John Con- way, Dale Warner, Bill Peterson, Sam Beam. ROW FOUR: Lois Buell, Helen Werbach, Don Harvey. 4 4 B en.:-.ff ,AQ J 'w W11d party ! M A-A Tfii' sp G cmackle, f crunch! , K' I I -w Y ll , FIRE !Q k-. V '-x fx ,Z .35 ' City Rec. Champs-Seniors x 7 Q' an 'aivw 5? , 11Y f- ,Y --5521 ,.:,u.Jz, fn -- .Al f-:E ,Y A 11. HJ- 'fa W M055 JU 7 XML Mmm 4' Q9 gmfjff Qgytnfwgydaffi fx pgwzmzffiijdfggea SW g3WJ5'9V,f mg fuck El Wm f27WgfW,d V344 6 CGM? 1 Lw 6 iw A , ,Q W 5 'O SENIORS J, .5 J, Hi, , V CAMPUS WHEEL Seniors ROW ONE: ABRAM, MARY ANN: G. A.A. 2, 3,4: Junior Classical League 3,4: Tillies 45 Stage Production 3,4: Stagbe Crew 3,4, CJunior an Senior Playsj: Art Clu 2. AKINS, SHARON: Kayettes 2: Spanish Club 2,3: Junior y i Play Crew 3: Stage Production 4. ROW TWO: ' ALEXANDER, M RY: Orchestra 2,3,4. ALL- CORN, BARRY: Orchestra 2,3,4: Swim 3: Kav- alkade 2,3,4: Publications 4. ROW THREE: ALLEN, TOM: Football 2,3,4: Track 2,3,4: Student Council Alternate 2,4: Key Club 3,4: f' Kavalkade 4. ALLEN, TONY: Junior Play: Sen- ior Play: Spanish Club 3,4. ROW FOUR: ALL- RED, MARY: Secretarial Course. ALVEY, SHARON: G.A.A. 2: Kayettes 2,3: Spanish Club 3,4: Student Council 2,3,4: Sigma Pi 2, DAVID EVITT5 3,4: Kavalkade Model 2,3,4: Safety Club 4. Madrigalsy Kavalkade, AMEY, ALAN: F. F. A. 3. BABER, JUDY: Drum Dramatics. Corps 3,4: Sigma Pi 2,3,4 CSecretary-Treas- urerJ: Band 3,4: Student 2, 3,4: Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class: Kayettes 2, 4: G.A.A. 2,3,4, CScrapbook Keeper 2, Point Keeper 3, Vice-President 4: Intramural Bowling Captain 2,3,4J. BAGBY, TOM: Basketball 2,3: Sigma Pi 2, 3,4: Spanish Club 3,4: Vice-President State Safety Council 45 Swingsters 3: Kavalkade 3,4: Band 3,4.. BAKER, CHARISSA: General Course. ROW FIVE: BAR- BER, CAROL: Kavalkade 2,3,45 Kayettes 2,3: G.A.A. 25 Spanish Club 35 Junior Play: Safety Club 3: Debate 25 Thespians 3,4. BEAM, SAM: Track 2: Football 35 Basketball 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3: Student Council Alternate 3,4: Key Club 4: Publications 4. BEATTIE, SHARON: Kayettes 2: Stage Crew 3: G.A.A. 2. BECK, JOYCE: Student Council 2: Sigma Pi 2,3,45 Junior Classical League 3,4: Band 2,3,4: Kavalkade 2,3,45 Kayettes 2,3,4, CBoard Member 41: Drum Corps 3,4, fScrapbook Keeper 41. BENJAMIN, LARRY: Kavalkade 2: Beginning Choir 2. BEVER, BRENDA: G.A. A. 2,3,4: D.E. 4. ROW SIX: BEVER, HULEN: Foot- ball .2,3,4: Basketball 2,3:"Track 2,3,4: BEVER,SHIRLENE: Kayettes 2: Begin- ning Choir 2,3,4. BIERBRODT, CARL: General Course. BIRD, BEVERLY: Ro ed Choir 3,4. BISHOP, BILL: General Course. BLACKETT, MANNY: Band 2,3: Kavalkade 2,3. . Ep, 'X V X L, ,' . f A 1 ' J .. . , vi -. , HE' - :I '-35 M1 - 1 , , 5.4-Y , .'r,2..:. iff. V , E , LT -., if xigf' fr? L4 :R r MFA ., "' ,.,, V li 5 f I J WHEEL RICHARD HANNA Senior President, Sports, Publications . Class of '60 ROW ONE: BLAIR, DON: Student Council 25 Football 2,35 Track 2. BOEI-IM, STEVE: Foot- ball 25 Vocational Mechanics 2,3,45 Track 4. ROW TWO: BOLES, JERRY: Student Council 2,45 Track 25 Debate 45 Sigma Pi 2. BOLLEN, LENA: General Course. ROW THREE: DONALD, STEVE: Vocational Mechanics. BONHAM, HARRY: Gen- eral Course. ROW FOUR: BOONE, PAYE: Student Council 25 Tillies 25 Kayettes 2,3,4. BRAN- NAN, DEDORES: Kayettes 2. BRIGGINS, LEROY: General Course. BROWN, PAULA: General Course. BRYANT, DARRELL: Vocational Mech- anics. BUELL, LOIS: Kayettes 2,35 G.A. A. 2,35 Kavalkade 2,35 Junior Play 3: D.E. Club 4, CSecretaryJ5 Spanish Club 35 Publications 4. ROW FIVE: BUNCH, FREDDIE: Band 2,45 Orchestra 3, 45 Kavalkade 25 D. E. Club 3, fTreasurerJ. BUR- RIS, HENRIETTA: General Course. BURRIS, NADINE: General Course. BUTCHER, TONNIE: Sigma Pi 2,35 Kayettes 2,3,45 Orchestra' 2,3,45 Drum Corp 3,45 Thespians 3,4: Junior Play 35 Senior Play flg Kavalkade 2,35 Junior Classical League 4. CARD, GENE: Football 2. CARPENTER, JOAN: Stage Production 3,45 Kavalkade 3,45 Senior Play Crew 3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,4. ROW SIX: CARPENTER, TOM: General Course. CARSON, LYNN: Band 2,3,45 Vocational Mechanics. CESSNA, NELDA: G.A. A. 25 Kayettes 25 Stage Production 45 D.E. Club 4. CHRISTMORE, LLOYD: Robed Choir 45 Kavalkade 4. CHURCH, KENNETH: General Course. CILLESSEN, DANNY: Debate 2,3,45 Publications. C 119- -T W. .A H fx V H A X Eh. 1 l i 1 1, ' 3 1 Q F 5 ' T' QQ ., X 15' it f r, 4 r H -I h .144 I , ' x I f i I , , J l KL 1 . . I ., W 5 , r 2 . L - , E55 X, "-34' f t t . , V ,K . -, - .11 3-:: ... i ' .ff :.5i9.5sE--2:1 . . I, fig.-.If 'Ci f , ,Q , T! Q "Je: r f .g.g: k 1a.,,,.5. I - 5 y 'rs ky K v'l"'l '6 l i t .qv X, t , if I ,, garaaatg,,,,W, M ji I '-N : Him tru WP TJ A " V' ' if , Li it ttttt 5 xi 5 1' , J l R ' 'ii' if af : CAMPUS WHEEL ROW ONE: CLARK, CHARLES: Track 2,3,4: Vocational Drafting 3,4. CLARK, STEVE: Football 2,3,4: Basketball 3,4g Track 2,3,4, fCo-Captain 41: Sigma Pi 2,3,4: Robed Choir 2, 3,45 Student Council 3: Band 2: Kavalkade 2,3,4. ROW TWO: COBLE, JERRY: F. F.A. 2, 3,4. COBLE, JUDITI-I: Kayettes 3. ROW THREE: CONWAY, JOHN: Publications 3.4: Annual Staff 4: Kavalkade 2, 3,4: Spanish Club 3,45 Student Council 3: Safety Club 3: Junior Play. COOK, JAMES: General Course. ROW FOUR: COOK, TONY: Golf 2,3,4. COONS, JOHN: Football 2,35 Track 2,3. COOPER, JOLENE: Sigma Pi 2,3,4: Kayettes 2,3,4, fSec retary 41: Drum Corps 3,4, CSecretary 41: Stu- dent Council 3. COPELAND, ION: Stage Pro- PATTI POWERS duction 4: Spanish Club 3: Publications 4. Choir and Drum Corps CRAWFORD, MADELYN: G.A.A. 2,3,4, fPres- President, Madrigals. ident 41. CULVER, PHYLLIS: Kayettes 2,3,4: Spanish Club 2,3,4, CTreasurer 3, Point Keeper 41: Safety Club 4: Senior Play Stage Crew. ROW FIVE: DANNATT, DANA: Kayettes 2,3. DEETZ, DAVID: Kavalkade 3,4: Art Club 2,3,4: D. E. Club 4, CPresident 41: Basketball 2: Foot- ball 2: Stage Production 3. DELK, LARRY: Band 2,3,4: Kavalkade 2,3,4: Swing- SECIS 3: Spanish Club 3: Brass Sextet 3, CFirst In State1. DONALD, STEVE: CSee Picture On Page 491. DUCKWORTH, SHIRLEY: Kayettes 2: Sigma Pi 2,3,4g Kav- alkade 3,4: Orchestra 2,3,4: Spanish Club 2,3,4, fPresident 41: Tornado Tillies 3,4, CSecretary 41. DUNBAR, PHIL: Band 2,3,:4: Swingsters 2,3,4: Robed Choir 4: Student Council 2: Senior Play: Kavalkade 253,43 Safety Club 3,4, CPresident 31. DUNN, GLEE: Kayettes 3,45 Tillies 4, QRepotter 41: Safety Club 3,49 Junior Red Cross 4, CTreasurer 41. ROW SIX: DUNN, JO ANN: Student Council 3, fAlternate First Semester1. DUNN, ROSALIE: Sigma Pi 2: Kayettes 2: G. A.A. 2, 3,45 Stage Production 4: Junior Play Crew: Tillies 3: Kavalkade 2. EDGAR, CLIFFORD: General Course. ELDER, JOANN: Kayettes 2,3. ELI, STANTON: Robed Choir 3,4: Kavalkade 3,4: Football 3,4: Swimming 3,4: Golf 2,3,4: Key Club 2,3,4, CPresident 41: Spanish Club 3,4. ERNE, LARRY: Football 2,3,4: Track 2,3,4: Safety Club 3,45 Junior Red Cross 2,3,4. A--5 "V ,LJ-' mmf 11' ,A W ' " ', 'V , ,X 1 .., 5,7 . ' I ' , 1 ' , V 4.-:,r,, Z .f .gaigfxqfa ., . 5, .:1,gv:f:f.ir,:,:w L.. . -:-,L'+.:fs1 Q -. - ---,, -v,f:.sft'fef'r:,,. L ' 1, w- - f '4--fa,-v4.1-6 f. .rf-- l' ,TA -5::f5-,!4x4fg3gisg:?f5fh.- , ia 1 1.1.1 :sy ' -I I ' ffl Juli' "3i1i5?5ef5- -4, W fa., ..,Y - :.- 1 ,Q-:SSQFL-.lmfzizltf ,W , ,. A A ef: CAMPUS WHEEL4 '60 ROW ONE: ESTUS, ELEISE: G.A. A. 2,3,4: Robed Choir 2,3,4: Kayettes 2,4: Kavalkade 3, 4, CModel 3,41: Basketball Queen Attendant 2: Safety Club 4: Cheerleader 3: Student Council 3: Football Queen 3. EUBANKS, VERNON: Gen- eral Course. ROW TWO: EVITTS, DAVID: Robed Choir 2,3,4: Spanish Club 3,4: Kavalkade 2,3, tra 2 3 4 Madri als 3 4 Bo s Ensemble 3 4 mingD2,3,4. ROW THREE: FERGUSON, JAMES: Foot all 2,3: Track 3,4: Robed Choir 3,4. FER- GUSON, MARTHA: General Course. ROW FOUR: FERGUSON, PATTY JO: General Course. FIS- HER, GARY: Basketball 2: Stage Production 2. DALE WARNER FOUTS, LELAND: Football 2,3,4: Kavalkade 3: All 313316 111 Football Vocational Drafting 4. FUGATE, BEVERLY: Sports Publications Kayettes 2,3,4, 'QBoard Member 41: Safety Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Stage Production 4, CSec- retary 41 Kavalkade 2: Publications 4. GALLI, DIANNA: Kayettes 2,3: Band 3, 4 Junior Play Stage Crew: Kavalkacie 4: Art Club 4. GALINDO, RONNIE: Track ia raftin 4 ROW FIVE GOODMAN DONNA D E Club 4: Kay 24 Vocatrol ID g . : , : . . , - ettes 2 Junior Red Cross 3. GOODMAN, PHYLLIS: Kayettes 2,3,4, QBoard Mem- ber 2 3 4 President 41: Robed Choir 3,4, CSecretary 41: Band 3,4, QSecretary 41 G A A 2 3 4 Spanish Club 2,3: Safety Club 4: Junior Play Stage Crew 3: Kavalkade 2 3 4 Track Queen Candidate 2. GOTT, JAY: General Course. GOTTSCHALK PAT: Kayettes 2,3,4: G.A.A. 2,3. WRIGHT, LARRY: Football 3 4 Track 3 GRAVES, DON: Swimming 2,3,4: Vocational Drafting 4. ROW SIX GREEN ELOISE: Spanish Club 3. HAGOOD, PAUL: Auto Mechanics. HALL, BRUCE Sigma Pr 2 3,4, QBoard Member 2,31: Key Club 2,3,4, fSecretary- Treasurer 31 King Kay Candidate 2: President of Junior Class: Student Council 2 3 4 KVICC President 3, President 41. HALL, SHARON: Spanish Club 3: Art Club 4 HANNA RICHARD: Robed Choir 4: Student Council 2, 3: Football 2,3: Basketball 2 3 Track 3: Kavalkade 3,4: King Kay Candidate 2,3: President of Senior Class Band 2 3,4: Orchestra 2: Senior Play: Key Club 2,3,4: Thespians 4 HARRIS STEVE: General Course. 3, "-ff' -wmv -v--27 1,- Ac. : ra- Y U h I.. .. .A NLAYNI ., , .K X , ns- ,. . ,J 0 wJ,,X, :my 'V ' wig- --2 ,, '-4-1, v ' -1 r.. V Ya - J N . A Y, . ' M I rf?-.. , .. ,F ' A, ., W 4 av- ,X . L ' f' 'A f 'FQ :ff H , ' til,- J I l fa- K Qi X ,J I M... H W WN ., W J r ,, , 1 1 Jig' gmeba. . ' K 5 . We! K, f , , Hop A 'YJ ' 0 fir 1 I I 'Q nf fu ag 1 . A in Iva, 1 u 2 ' , V , - ' If ',:ji?3g,'6g'i .gf -v me .. , -- :..1:.Pfa-':2ogf' ,.sv '-.l"L' l 47 111 W I :fl v.'9r-2.1'o?r2f?5!'u" 1'. ' 1 N' 'Q -4 114 ju-w. ' ffl . 1. qv? A f Q" 1 I 1- -.-ef 4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Thespians 3,4: Orch- GS , . 4 g . 1 y , Q Stage Production 4. FANGMEIER, JAMES: Swim- I I ' is . 5 , ,l .1 llil I... YE53? . 'sgs5:i.311 , ' N. ,M CAMPUS WHEELS ROW ONE: HARVEY, DON: Student Council 35 Art Club 45 Times Staff 4. HARVEY, KARYL: Robed Choir 3,45 Sigma Pi 25 Drum Corps 3,45 Kayettes 2,35 G. A.A. 2,3,45 Spanish Club 2, 3,45 Kavalkade 3,4. ROW TWO: HATFIELD, SHIRLEY: Kayettes 2. HAYNES, EDWARD: Robed Choir 45 Orchestra 35 Kavalkacle 3,45 Sigma Pi' 2,3,45 Senior Play 4. ROW THREE: HEAD, PAUL: General Course. HEMPHILL, PEGGY: Clothing 2,45 Foods 4. ROW FOUR: HIGGINS, KATHALEEN: Art Club 3,4. HIG- GINS, LUE: Band 3,45 Kayettes 35 G.A.A. 35 Student CouncilIAlternate 35 Spanish Club 35 Junior Play 35 Senior Play. HIGGINS, SUE: G. A. A. 35 Spanish Club 35 Kayettes 35 Band 3,455 Junior Play5 Senior Play. HOLLAND, MIKE: Band 2,3,45 Track 45 Spanish Club 35 Kavalkade 2,3. HOLLIDAY, RALPH: Sigma Pi 25 F.F.A. 2,3,4, QVice-President 3, President 415 Track 4. HOPKINS, RUTH: Kayettes 2. ROW FIVE: HOUSE, PERRY: General Course. HOWARD, GORDON: Student Council 2,35 Key Club 3,45 Football 3,45 Basketball 2,3,4. HOWARD, MIKE: Band 2,3,45 Football 25 Track 35 Kavalkade 3.4. HUGO, SUE: Kavalkade 35 D.E. Club 4. HURD, STEVE: General Course. JANICE, HUTSON: Student Council 45 Kavalkade 4. ROW SIX: JACKSON, RAY- MOND: General Course. JACOB, PAYE: Tillies 3,4, CPresident 415 Kayettes 2,3, 45 G. A.A. 2,35 Spanish Club 3,45 Safety Club 3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Kavalkade 2,3,45 Junior Play Stage Crew 3. JARRET, CAROL: Orchestra 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Kayettes 2. JENKINS, EDDIE: Basketball 2,35 Track 2.3. CJENKINS, JANICE: General Course, picture on page 57 row 41. JOHNSON, AMELIA: G.A.A. 25 Spanish Club 2. JOHNSON, AUNDRA: Art Club 3,45 Tillies 3. CAROL BARBER, STANTON ELI Thespians, Swim Team. rg ff' iffy - fu s F13-'l Y T I ,Q 1 1 C 5 -fyrr "W 7' 5 J l l I Q fa xv? l Kavalkade, President Key Club, C Class of '60 A ROW ONE: JOHNSON, LEON: General Course. JOHNSON, RONNIE: General Course. ROW TWO JOHNSON, WALTER: General Course, JOHNS- TON, DANNA: Robed Choir 3,45 Kayettes 2g Debate 25 Junior Classical League 45 Publications 45 Kavalkacle 2,3,4. ROW THREE: JOHNSTON, LARALEA: G.A.A. 25 Robed Choir 3,45 Band 2 3,4. KARSTADT, KAYE: Tillies 3,4, fViCe- President 435 Si ma Pi 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 2,3 4, fS'ecretary 4? Kayettes 2,35 Orchestra 2,3,4 Kavalkade 3. ROW FOUR: KAUFMAN, BEVERLY General Course. KEIRN, MARC: General Course KENWORTHY, JERRY: Sp3lllSl'1 Club 2,45 KEP- NER, JUDY: General COLIISG. KILLION, LARRY General Course. KINCHELOE, JEAN: General Course. ROW FIVE: KING, FRED: Kavalkade 3 4. KISTLER, BILL: Basketball '2.,3,4, Football 2,3,45 Track 2, 3,45 Key Club 45 Kavalkade 4. KIZZIRE, LEONARD: General Course. KLOEI-IR JAN Kayettes 2 3 4 fBoard Men'1berJ5 Sigma Pi 2,3,4, CScrapbook Keeper 435 Student Council 2 Band 2 3 4 Kavalkade 2,3,45 Drurn Corps 3,4, CDrun1 Major 45 LAMPE DIANA Safety Club 45 Kayettes 45 Stage Crew 45 Red Cross 25 Jun- ior Classical League 3 4 fTransferred from Chicagoj. LAWRENCE, CONNIE: Orchestra 2 3 4 Beginning Band 4. ROW SIX: LAWRENCE, JERRY: General Course LEAHY EMERY Band 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Art Club 3,43 Student Coun cil 3 4 CAlternate 31 Thesptans 4. LEE, MARTHA JANE: Kayettes 2,45 Kaval- kade 2 3 LEWIS LARRY Track 4. LEWMAN, GENE: General Course. LIDDELL JIM Basketball 2 Sigma P1 2 3.4. ll J A CT 1 D P wig' 9, 4 . A- A l1 f Q, gm ' - 95. 2 Qt, I W Seniors ROW ONE: LIGHTSTONE, BOB: Safety Club 49 Kavalkade 3,49 Stage Crew Senior Play. LIV- INGSTON, DOUG: Kavalkade 39 D. E. Club 4. ROW TWO: LYLE, SONJA: Kavalkade 4. LYNN CHARLES: Kavalkade 3g Sigma Pi 2,3,49 De- bate 49 Spanish Club 3,4. ROW THREE: MAG- GARD, VIRGINIA: Spanish Club 2. MAJORS, DARREL: Vocational Auto Mechanic 2, 3,4. ROW FOUR: MAJORS, ELAINE: Sigma Pi 29 Kay- ettes 2, 3,49 Safety Club,49 Junior Red Cross 4, QRecording SecretaryJ9 Junior Play and Senior Stage Crew9 Kavalkade 3,4. MANN, SHARON: General Course. MARTIN, PATRICK D.: Bas- ketball 2,39 Football 49 Track 4. MCCARTNEY J. D.: Band 2,3,4. MCDANIEL, BEVERLY: Kay ettes 3. McGEI-IEE, SONDRA: Kayettes 2, 3,49 Kavalkade 2,3,4. ROW FIVE: McKEE, MARTHA: General Course. MEHL, MARTHA: Kayettes 29 D. E. Club 4. MELTON, JUDY CAMPUS WHEEL BRUCE HALL Student Council Sigma Pi, Trophy Deba ANN: D. E. Club, CVice-Presidentj 4. MEREDITI-I,,REGINA: Robed Choir 49 G.A,A. 2,3,49 Track Queen 29 Kavalkade 2,3,49 Kayettes 2,3,49 Drum Corps 39 Student Council 39 Publications 49 Stage Crew 3. MERRILL, BOB: Basketball 29 Student Council 29 Kavalkade 2,39 Golf Team 2,3. MILLER, BOB: General Course. ROW SIX: MILLER, CAROL: G. A. A. 2,39 Kayettes 2g Tillies 3g Stu- dent Council Alternate 2. MILLS, JEAN: Kayettes 29 Future Teachers Club 29 Pep Club 29 Dramatic Club 29 QTransfer from Columbusj. MIRANDA, MARTHA ,Student Council Alternate 49 Kayettes 2,49 G. A. A. 2, 39 Kavalkade 2,3,49 Sen ior Play Crew 49 Publications 4. MISCI-I, JANET: Robed Choir 3,45 Spanish Club 39 Kayettes 2, 3,49 Safety Club 49 CQueen Attendant9 Executive CouncilJ9 Junior Play Crew 39 Kavalkade 2, 3,4. MONTAGUE, SUSAN: Secretary of Sophomore Class 29 Kavalkade 2,3,4Q Kayettes 2,49 Student Council 3: Robed-Choir 49 Art Club 3,4. MOON, JEWEL: Kayettes 2,3,4, Kayette Board 49 Kayette Secret 49 Robed Choir 3,49 G. A. A. 29 Safety Club 4, QExecutive CounciIJ9 Stage Produc- tion 49 Junior Play Crew 39 Senior Play Crew 49 Kavalkade 3,4. ,Y ,M tw I Y , , 7 ,Af ,?,1,,,I..Y,, ,rr 3,g?1 ' 99 ' if rn ' yr 9 , -A - V fuer- 9 ' .. ' 9 .ia E, 'I V I nl tm--, .a , .N..,:' 1 was - - , I, v "J- ",-.."j's-'rr , ' , I ' . 9--fssfr .91-1:3 9 -s :i f 9 lf 9 ,ff,,fi ,rgfzgsm ' 1 14 ,11 . -:fr 4 gy,-ff' -.1 j. ,lP1g.f1 ,' I " f l" i' 7Ii'45"lf2 .- f' I f 5' '- ' H 9-Mm ,.-'rnfefze ir T L ll-fa! S . '+V . 9 ug' L,:7:s'.3. , V 9 ,,, .rr , 'ef' 'f - '45-Milli",-2 N fri-' I CAMPUS WHEEL Class of 760 f ' 3 - ROW ONE: MOORE, CAROL: Robed Choir 3,45 Kavalkade 3,45 Kayettes 2. MOORE, CAROLYN: 5 5. .- I . , 55 5 Kayettes 25 Sigma Pi 25 junior Classical League 5 i X 3,45 Spanish Club 45 Tornado Tillies 3,4, CSec- fl retaryJ5 Student Council Alternate 3. ROW TWO: 4 MORROW, MARILYN: Vice-President Sophomore I Class5 Kayettes 2,3,45 G.A. A. 2,45 Robed Choir 3,45 Drum Corps 35 Kavalkade 45 Kayette Board f' 53 Member 35 Stage Crew 35 Senior Play Cast 45 i Football Queen 45 Safety Club 45 Swim Queen Attendant 25 Madrigals 45 Publications 45 Kay- ette Sextette 3,4, MUIR, CAROL: General Course. ROW THREE: MULLER, FRED: Key Club 45 Football 3,4, MULLINS, HOWARD: F.F. A. 25 Sigma Pi 35 Track 35 Choir 2,35 QTransfer from Lenapahj. ROW FOUR: NEWTON, ANNA ELIZABETH SEATON MAE: General Course. NIGHTENGALE, WAYNE: Pyiiffgsiiesidellt' Thespians' Track 2,3,4, Captain 45 orchestra 3. NOR- ' ' FLEET, MARGIE: Orchestra 25 Robed Choir 3,43 Drum Corps 2,3,4, CVice-Presidentj, Secretary 35 Student Council 4, QSecretaryJ Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Kavalkade 2, 3,45 Swimming Queen 25 Sigma Pi 2, 3,4, Safety Club 45 Thespians 4. NUNNALLY, JOYCE: Kayettes 2. OSBORN, GARY: General Course. OWEN, DONALD: General Course. ROW FIVE: PATTER- SON, RALPI-I: General Course. PENAFEATHER, MARTHA: Kayettes 45 fTl'3llSf61' from Tulsaj. PERRY, KAY: Kayettes 2,3,45 G.A.A.5 Tillies 3,4, QTreasurerj5 Spanish Club 45 Sigma Pi 35 Safety Club 45 Kavalkade 2. PETERSON, BILL: Bas- ketball 25 Kavalkade 3,45 Student Council 35 Robed Choir 3,45 Band 45 Publica- tions 45 Swingsters 3,45 Stage Productions 45 Stage Crew 45 Prom Committee 3. PHELPS, STEVE: General Course. PIERCE, PAT: G.A. A. 2,45 Kayettes 25 D.E. Club, CTreasurerJ. ROW SIX: POWELL, DONNA: General Course. POWELL, TERRY: Football 2,3,45 Basketball 25 Track 2,3,4, CCo-CaptainJ5 Sigma Pi 2, 3,45 Kavalkade 35 Key Club 3,4, QSecretary-TreasurerJ5 Vice-President 4. POWERS, PATTI: Robed Choir 3,4, CPresident 415 Madrigals 3,45 Drum Corps 3, 4, QPresident 455 Kayettes 2,3,45 Sigma Pi 2, 3, fBoard Member 335 Kavalkade 3,45 Safety Club 45 Student Council 2. PRIDDY, MARY LOU: Kayettes 25 Drum Corps 3,45 '2nd Hour Band. PRINGLE, GERALD: General Course. PUGH, MILTON: General Course. 4 -an-2, ,22m22n22 . . 4 ,A . .- in , . , X 222522212 , , y- .H .H ,, H -I 55 i 5, . ,L it . 1 H l 5 4 N. :x vp: .. 4 Hx - 1 2 Q f f 44 2 2 5. yn U' it " I I ' 4 1 J Ht I gg it AT X 1 5.1 " t I-, ' x 31:2 ia 8 if ' 94" ve 4 E r.i,..4,,, 4 , , ,wo as ma' 1- ,W . ae vza' ' 1: Z , W- . uw 1 I A H uv, , W Ye.-ma ,m 5v1'f.z Y 1 H Fil , w , - -If y 1. K J, AQ- af It ' H1 ' wtf?-fig , I, ,i ,, I H ,fggairsils 'mwe- 5 gwaw Sen iors CAMPUS WHEEL ROW ONE: PURSLEY, JACK: Football 4. RANEY, VIRGINIA: Orchestra 2,35 Swingsters 3: Kavalkade 2,3g G.A.A. City League 2,3,4g Choir 35 D.E. Club 4, String Quartet 2,35 Sax- ophone Quartet 3. ROW TWO: RANSOM, BETTY: Senior Play Stage Crew 4, Kayerres 2, 3 4- Kavalkade 3 REA WANDA. Ka erres 2 . , - . - y r , 3,4g Spanish Club 4, Junior Classical League 4: Kavalkade 45 Safety Club 3,4. ROW THREE: REEVES, CLIFFORD: F. F.A. Judging Team 3, 4. REED, DALE: Mechanical Course. ROW FOUR: REED, HATTIE: General Course. REESE, VIRGIL: Football 4. RITTER, ALTA MAE: Kayettes 2, Spanish Club 3,4g Tillies 3, 4, G. A.A. 2,3,4. ROBINSON, DORIS FAYE: Track Queen Attendant 2g Beginning Choir 2,45 Spanish Club 3: Kayettes 4. ROBINSON, DAVID: F.F.A. 2,3,4g Football 4. RUNYAN, MARY LOU: Kayettes 2,3, Kavalkade 2, Pub- SHARA LEA SHORT Vocalist, Dramatics, Debate Kava lka de. lications 4. ROW FIVE: SEATON, DWAIN: General Course. SEATON, ELIZA- BETH: Drum Corps 3,45 Kavalkade 3,45 Kayerres 2,3,4, CBoard 3,4, Vice- President 41, Spanish Club 3,4, Secretary 31, G.A. A. 2, 3, Sigma Pi 2,3,4g Jun- ior Playg Senior Playg Thespians 3,4, Orc estra 29 Robed Choir 4, Junior Classi- cal League 3,4. SELLS, DOROTHY: Kayettes 2. SCI-IAIFF, CAROLYN: Kayettes 2,4, SCHOTT, SHARON: Kayettes 2, G.A.A. 2. SCHNEIDER, GLENN: Orch- esna 2,3,4, Football 3,4g Track 2, 3, Kavalkade 3,4. ROW SIX: SCOTT, FREDA: D.E. Club 4. SCOTT, JOE: C.l.O. Club. SCOTT, PATTI: Kayerres 2, 3: Kavalkade 35 Orchestra 2,3. SCOTT, VELMA: G.A.A. SHIELDS, HARRIET: Third Hour Choir 2. SHOOK, ROGER: General Course. - wh v F , .41 L ' 1 5 I I , V. TL- ft , w if H MLK E. 1 I I: ' 'Rik ' n 'TTI' ,' 1.5-N MW- . . - - F: N Wagga! jgf-:gg N 'E ,, C, Ag, N 5 ., ---R- I Ji?" 42 Il' rave,- W7'3" ' f I ' ' s sl : 1 4" 'i 'J' "T, 1' I f' ' 1 ,H W jg , ,nr ,, H, . 3- ,- ' ' , I - -' , Nr if 35 ,ri I 'W i 1' , fr , ' I , ,, N 1 I '- Y. A ' - w ' -' ..-,T V' ' , . . - ni ' - zz-' ' af . , '- 1 ' f- 4 - 3 ,Wm -- JU fbi :sl ,V S 1 -s f Q 1 - .' A Y f- , SX . p 717. .50 . , , an .. 1, , , f I gg? ., H Q ,I 'A I A 4 '- T-' " ' wi' 'QI' I . ' " , '. . . , ,..:,- , , Y , . V .. .--ar . . V. .V -, 4 ,N --,Lag ,QT if I- X ,ig . I xxx H f , I 1. W , -.Ga-f ,, , ,,,..-a . 1' - . ' , ,V H, fl, 'T",'-, ' 1- ' ' . . -, w , f 1'- wrfn f '-- ,. . f , , f "" I ' 5,-gg ' - l , 1, aa., , . . -' . , Eff .-fs 3 . 5 . , -' . , if . , . , 1 ,--- .4 ., . , -- 1 r . f91',1f.' " ' 1'-KL 3 - 'Y f ' - - L mf f. ' I ,. fe" -' I y ff' ' .. 1 ,f , r 5 . fs'-3'-51" 5f,:530.Q34i.3-.P'3'w1' I ' ' I V f 5-ff ' f 5 2 2' Ly. 'Lii , a2iErl:If5dI,,ziLEmnr,, Q- , ' 5 I - , J- 7 . - 1 ' 1 - li, .- 1 x,Q5'f'f1f xr? fufiiz I and CAMPUS WHEEL Class af 760 ROW ONE: SHORT, SI-IARA LEA: Spanish Club 3,4: Kayettes 2,3,-4: Madrigals 3,4: Debate 2, 3,4: Robed Choir 2,3,4: Kavalkade 2,3,4: Sen- ior Play 4: Junior Play 3: Thespians 4. SI-IULTZ., Y WAYNE: Art Club 3. ROW TWO: SIMMONS, Q LINDA: Red Cross 4, CCorresponding Secretaryj: ,' ber 41: Kavalkade 2: Spanish Club 3,4. SMITH, ' CHARLOTTE: Kavalkade 4, Kayettes 2.3, Semester 35: Junior Play 3: Student Council 4, fAlternateJ. ROW THREE: SMITH, DANNY DUANE: Mechanical Course. SMITH, JIM: b Football 2,3,4: Track 2,3,4. ROW FOUR: WIL- SON, JIM: Track 4: Basketball 2. SMITH, ROGER: General Course. SPANGLER, GARY: Football 3,4: Kavalkade 3,4. SPEECE, JEAN- ETTE: Kayettes 2: Tillies 3, Clst. Semesterj. SPEARS, BILL: Band 2,4. JENKINS, JANICE: General Course. ROW FIVE: STANGLAND, RICHARD: Kavalkade 3,4: Spanish Club 3,4, STARRETT, MORGAN: Vocational Agriculture. STARRETT, PAUL- INE: Kayettes 3: Tillies 4. SWOPE, ROBERT: Band 2,3,4. TAYLOR, EMMENT: Track 2,3,4. TEMPLAR, BARBARA: G, A. A. 4: Junior Play Stage Crew 3. ROW SIX: TESH, JANET: Kavalkade 2,3. THOMAS, KENNY: Student Council Alter- nate 3,4: Basketball 2. THOMPSON, JOHNNY: Robed Choir 2,3: Student Coun- cil 2,4-: Kavalkade 2, 3,4: Spanish Club 3. THOMPSON, WAYNE: Spanish Club 3: Track 3,4: Art Club 4. TOON, MONTE: General Course. TRAXSON, LARRY:. Robed Choir 4. JUDY BABER -Treasurer of G. A. A. Publications. I--7 5' V, al ' 4.4 ' Hlfpll' .- ' 5 Student Council 4: Kayettes 2, 3,4, fBoard Mem- Tillies 2, Clst. Semester 31: Cheerleader 2, Clst. 1-e""' ff:-' 'N- ,mn .sElrif2ATi:'ix..-, ry WJ? I I' f 1 is 'x WE, 41" i I ,E 5- 5'2- ' 'F' .704 X 1' 43 ' If fl' P-1 55' f 51+ 4 Z, H i -L ,- G." .4 . .,f:. La CAMPUS WHEEL ROW ONE: TUCKER, JULIE: Kayettes 25 Stu- dent Council 2, 35 Stage Crew Junior Play. TYRELL, BOB: Orchestra 2,3,45 Kavalkade 2, 3,45 Key Club 45 Basketball 2,3,4. ,ROW TWO: ULIBARRI, JACK: Robed Choir 3,45 Kavalkade 3,4-5 Golf 3. UNRUI-I, IANICE: Band 2,3,45 Kayettes 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 4. ROW THREE: VANDERMARK, DWAYNE: General Course. VORIS, JUDITH CAROLYN: Junior Classical League 3,4. ROW POUR: WALTRIP, BILLY: F.F.A, 3,4. WARNER, DALE: Football 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Key Club 3,45 Student Council Alternate 4. WEEKS, CAROL: Kay- ettes 45 Stage Crew Senior Play 45 Safety Club 4. WEINBERGUJEFF: student Council 25 Kavat- Kavalkade- PAYE JACOB Tillie President , Kaye kade 2,3,45 Red Cross 25 S anish Club 3,45 Debate 45 Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 35 Safety Club 3. WEINGART, PAT: D.E. Club. WE?- BACH, HELEN: Robed Choir 3,45 Kayettes 3, 45 Publications 45 Kavalkade 3,45 Stage Crew 4. ROW FIVE: WILKUS, ELAINE: Ka ettes 2, 3,45 Tornado Tillies 3,4, CReporterj 35 CSecond Vice-Presidentj 45 Sagety Club 4, QSafety Club Queenj 45 Debate 2,45 Orchestra 45 Senior Play 45 G. A. A. 45 'Kavalkade 45 Junior Red Cross 3. WILLIAMS, ANTHONY: General Course. WILLIAMSON, SHIRLEY. WILSON, ELEANOR: G. A.A. 45 Spanish Club 3. WOLTERS, NANCY: Kayettes 25 Sigma Pi 2. CWRIGI-IT, LARRY: Picture on page 51 row 51. CWILSON, JIM: Picture on page 57 row 41. . 'f"'P' 5' :ii N' :Ye .,..f' 'CICS is N 1 Q L ' W ' T' ' ttit E f 'fur - , .Wim , i . 5 . I 5 I E -:Ei ' x. ' ss' if-'nw re ,cgi-+ T-re A nr . Senior Class Will We, the members of the Senior Class of 1960, having never been in sound mind or ever possessing a mind that was anyways near sound, o hereby make this last will and testament. We, the second hour En lish literature class, leave Miss John- son to the English. . .l, Jon Copeland, leaveany '60 Pontiac to anyone who can keep up the payments, . .We, the senior Tillies, leave our half-used -pencils to the junior Tillies to sell next year. . .l, Moose Howard, leave a lock of my antlers so everyone will remember me. . .1, Margie Norfleet, leave to next year's history classes, my aunt. . . I, Sam Beam, leave to go to Dearincg U .... We, Stan E11 and Carol Barber, leave our boxing gloves to Ron Murphy an Jon Kay Brogan. . .We, the ang, leave with no re ret whatsoever Hilda Leming to Mr. Sa ppenfteld. . . I, Bob gvliller, leave my height to be fought over between Jim Ross and Ron Cochran EMORY LEAHY President of Band for next year 's basketball team. . .We, the seniors in Robed Choir, leave Mr. Shores Art Club, T116-SPIHI1 to Mike Cloquaciousj Ewing for him to be nice to. .,.l, David Evitts, on request of the basketball players leave my voice to Dave Sortore. Ihear he sings terrible. . .l, John Thompson, leave my long wavy hair to Bernard Boydston. . .l, E ward Haynes, leave some' advice, "Those that carry! brief cases, hang on to theml". . . I, Jeff Weinberg, leave my vest and pocket watc for debating to Bob Sullivan and Fred Smoot. . .We. the senior basketball players, leave Mr. Thomas to Marion Mclntosh. . .l, Tank Erne, leave my physique to Tom Brogan. . .We, the seniors, upon request leave. ee lv chile QQ? ,Q BILL KISTLER Key Club, Football, Basketball Senior Prophecy Hidden in the depths of a secret compartment in Room 304 is a very mystic, powerful crystal ball which is removed every year by the publications students to take a look into the future. Here is what the ball revealed for the 198O's. Dale Warner is the star of the motion picture, "Bawana, the Jungle Man". . . Emory Leahy is the president of the WWBA Cworld Wide Beatnik Associationj. . . Phylliss Goodman is managing a goat farm. . .Bruce Hall is president of the bar association. He operates "Bruce's Bar. . .Don Blair is a jockey and piloted the Kentucky Derby winner. . .Patti Powers and Miss Norfleet have just published a book entitled, "Why I Never Get Confused" .... Larry Traxson is the star of his own television program which replaced George Gobel. . . Mary Lou Runyon is a wealty industrial tycoon. She manufactures "Runyon's Bunion Bracers". . . The famous nilght club owner, playboy, and fiddler Bob Tyrell is the new principal of CHS. . .C luck Lynn and Terry Powell are big ame hunters in Africa. Each night they listen together to the Bill Peterson Recorc?Hop. . . Marilyn Morrow is co- starred in "Bawana, the Jungle Man" as Mrs. Bawana. Liz Seaton is a Spanish instructor at the South Pole. . . Larry Delk is running a ,cheese factory onthe moon. . . Tom Bagby is a kindergarten teacher. He has so much in common with his pupils. . . irginia Raney and Judy Baber are big wigs in the Motorcycle Club. . .Bob Lightstone has replaced Mrs. Bryant and is doing safety shows in Coffeyville. Eleise Estus has her own lovelorn column entiled "Dear Elsie". . . Lloyd Christmore trains giraffes at the B 86 B circus CBlackett and Benjamenj. . .Wayne Nightenga le is using his track ability in his profession as a road runner. . .Shara Lea Short is the United State 's champion soprano hog caller. . . Professor Bill Bishop is teachin advanced physics at Harvard. . .Gene Gard is a home economics teacher, anc?Glen Schneider a celloist instructor at 'the same institution. . .Sharon Alvey is a hula dancer in Hawaii. . 'K H 'M ff N fs M W M Q E W 5 Q 9 M 0 fr 1 xii x am nz fir, 3 4 C 0' X E, ls. 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I 'X Wed! -fd 4, X .,.f- 92 251, " f 4,,,6'ff4ffkJ lfwwmfv WM 2 if Wim? J SPCRTS '1 I I '1 E15 Chanute Hard to Handle - m ' N 1 I x. V1 np: 2: , ' 'w -, . it The Golden Tornado 1 - 4- 11 1 an il Il 1 Al' rf.. fl J qu V- I-. 4 . 4 W 1 if fl " J . , F' if 1 .Y The 1959-60 Golden Tornado football team finished its season with 1 rlfnfrfpyl ,ly I 1, rf? ,T 1 ' ' a very commendable record of six wins and three losses, no loss being by more than seven points. The Tornado defeated a new non-conference edition to their schedule, a very capable Now ata team by a--score of 14- 12. In an other non-league game Coffeyville was defeated, 21 to 14, by U Mcwb an always rugged Joplin Eagle eleven. The Mcwhntmen won several thrillers this season. Most notable was at Pittsburg in which the Tornado came from behind to score 13 points in the final stanza, the last score being made with just 23 seconds remaining on the clock, defeating the Purple Dragons by a score of 13-12. Coffeyville was fortunate in having' four of their members chosen to the all-S. E. K. team. They were yrone Hollins, Dale Warner, David Schichtle, and Gordon How ard.' Dale Warner was also selected to the first team of the Topeka Daily Capita1's All-State Squad. TORNADO TRAIL S. E. K. STANDINGS CHS 14 Joplin 21 Independence CHS 13 C01Lll'1'lbLlS 0 Fort SCO it CHS 13 Parsons 0 Coffeyville CHS '7 Ft. Scott 13 Pittsburg CHS 36 Chanute 0 Cha nute CHS 14 Now ate 12 Parsons CHS 13 Pittsburg 12 Io la CHS 46 Iola 6 Columbus CHS 'I lnde pdence 12 no 1 C OACH W V C ' 11 G if ,i ih 1 I 'A .I ' -' ul .t ii L O nStoY1CY H BAC1?F1El-D CCAC WV L T 7-O-O 5-1-1 5-2-0 4-2-1 3-4-O 2-5-O 1-6-O O-7-O -wg , 3 ff '.' 1. 53 K 'Y , , 5? '- . --...kg Nm In the second half of the season, they hit a streak of hard luck, one QARCPED QWHSMAS time losing five of six games. The cagemen finished SEK League play with The Golden Tornado , lRunners up In S.E.K. and Reglonalsl The Golden Tornado basketball team completed its second season under head coach Harold Thomas by winning second in the SEK race and the re- gional tournament, and winning first in the Arkansas City Holiday Tourn- a1T16l'1t. The Tornado opened the season by winning its first two league games before losing to LCCHS, anon league foe. The cagers bounced back to ' win six straight to,boast anf8-I record. During this win spree, the CHS'ers were rated as high as sixth in the state prep rankings. These wins included the first place finish at Arkansas City ea as et all Coach a 9-5 league record and -second place. Gale Football Coach ' The Javatowners then entered regional tournament play. They advanced to the finals by defeating arch-rival Independence 40-37 and tough Colum- bus 54-39. In the finals, they met SEK champs Parsons. The Tornado fought back from a I6 point halftime deficit to go ahead of the Vikes. At the end of regulation play, the score was tied 53-53. In the overtime, Parsons went ahead 57-53 to cop the tourney and go to the state. Seniors lost this year through graduation were Sam Beam, Steve Clark, Gordon Howard, Bill Kistler, Bob Tyrell, and Dale Warner. Junior Stand- outslwere Ken Hendrix, Ron Murphy, lim Ross, Dave'Schichtle, Elmer Shade, and Don Sumner. Chosen on the SEK League All-Star first team were David Schichtle and Dale Warner. Sam Beam received honorable mention. Co-captains for the year were Sam Beam and Dale Warner. HARRISON BROOKOVER Gale Basketball Coach II Gale Football Coach TORNADO TRAIL SEK STANDINGS Tornado 56 Ft. Scott '52Cotj Tornado 60 Independence 50 Parsons L3-1 " 53 Independence 34 " 49 Columbus 63 Coffeyville 9-5 " 34 LCCHSfAltamontl 41 " 44 Parsons 49 Columbus 8-6 55 Columbus 53 62 lola 69 Chanute 7-7 32 WashingtonqK , C ,Q 3 0 55 Pittsburg 48 Pittsburg 6 -8 41 Arkansas City 35 47 IoplinQMo.j 53 FOI! Scott 5-9 50 Parsons 45 " 49 Chanute 51 10121 4-10 57 lola 40 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Independence 3-.I.0 53 'Pittsburg Slfotj Tornado 40 Independence 37 " 50 Chanute 54 " 54 Columbus D " 55 ' Pt. Scott , 29 . " 53 , Parsons COP I I 2 H - H i 1 1 I BOTTOM ROW: Dale Strahan, Wayne Roberts, Butch Jackson, Steve Stangland, Wayne Moon, Steve Walterscheid, Ken Eckhardt, Joe Hall, Tony Kirk, Tom LeClaire. SECOND ROW: Coach Harold Thomas, Andy Alderman, Bill Ellis, David Pittenger, Steve Clark, Robert Wilson, Billy Dunn, Billy Graham, John Tongeir, Coach Harrison Brook over. THRID ROW: Mike Shultz, Don Conley, I-larold Rush, Don Sappenfield, Ronnie Cerney, lim Allen, Jim Womack, Ken Morrow, Fred Mueller, Jim Simmons. TOP ROW: Jim Moore, Phil Lusk, Grant Bever, Marion Logan, Ron Cochran, Jim Beam, H. P. Appleby, Fred Strickland, Larry Caulfield, Roger Gossard. Ik N , ll .gr n ll v " 'ill 1111 ' r 5 " ae , ' Q . I I -A E A 3 I, 35:75, """"I.'v" ar :gs . U g Ag re E .- Y Y ' . U H 'll R51 . N N N H ' 5 ,UVA up , JP! Gi.. 'f . 'l , ,...- f 3, -All H : ,fs . . if ,GTI Q U A X ' -at ,mg EQK4 Pb w - . .... fa. 3-4 au 47, , 2 P ' iz! '-j X.: F B4 -25 54 ,E'37.:' I 3 27 llli riill T . SE Ii, YYY ONE Kenneth Hendrix Steve Clark Fred Decker Bill Krstler Don Sumner Ron Murphey David Schrchtle Coach l-larrls Brookover ROW THREE Elmer Shade Dale Warner lim Ross Beam Bob Tyrell Dave Sortore Lonnie Erwin student man - - - - Q THE GOLDEN GALES The Golden Gales, coached by Harold Thomas and Harri- Brookover, completed their second undefeated season a '7-0 perfect slate. In l958, the all-sophomore Gales organized to replace the old Pansy team which for many was made up of 9th and 10th graders. Since the re- .on, the squad has not lost a game. The second undefeated record brought the all time Gale won- record to l3 wins and no losses. In the final game of the season, the sophomores met an team from Independence and finished victorious a 26-20 win. This was a duplication of the previous when the Gales defeated an undefeated Junior Bulldog at Independence. Both of these games decided the football championship for sophomore teams in area. GALE TRAIL Gales 39 Miami 0 " 45 Columbus '7 " 13 Sedan "B" 0 28 Altamont 13 12 Parsons 0 47 Chanute 7 26 Independence 20 71 Collins ROW TWO Coach Harold Thomas Bruce Smith Gordon ROW ONE Rlchard Bonham Brll Ellts Don Graves Stan E11 James Fangmeter Butch Jackson B111 Johnson ROW TWO Coach John Charlesworth Rrchard l-lendrlx Doug Mrsch Frrtz Jehle Laren Chrlders DonM1r1kler Trm Wettack, Jim Scofreld ROW THREE Davld Martln Ed Seaton M1ke Downey Rrck Parker Dennrs Trotter Randy Krnnrck ROW FOUR Durrng the 1959 60 basketball season the Golden Gales, unde Coach Harrrson Brookover marched through a 16 game schedule wlthout a defeat to complete the most successful B team record rn The Gale team lS 1 PFGCJOITIIIIEIICIY sophomore group with sev eral Junror members of the Tornado plmyrng part trme with the B team Contrlbutrng greatly to the cause thrs year were Jim Ross Ken HCHCJIIX and Don Sumner Other Members of the A squad who helped establrsh th1s great record were Dave Sortore, Bruce Prom1s1ng sophomores on the squad were 11111 Moore, Phil Lusk Grant Bever Jrm Beam Jrm Schwrnn H P Appleby, Rrch ard Jones Harold Rush Ron Cochran Don Sappenfreld, and John Ft. Scott Independence Columbus Parsons lola Pittsburg Joplin Chanute Tornado Tankers Although the 59 60 Tornado Tankers main attack was centered around Juniors this year they still turned in an exceptionally fine record for the season The swimmers won eight dual meets including a victory over the Oklahoma state champions Tulsa Edison. However the Tanker s lone defeat came from this crew in a return match at Tulsa Of the 12 letter men returning last fall three will be lost by graduation this spring Stan E11 diver Jim Fangnaeier free-styletg and Don Graves breaststroke In the state championship meet at Wichita, Coffeyville did well by plac ing seven men 1n the finals and capturing third place with 29 points Thirteen schools were entered. Wichita East took first with 81 points and Topeka second with 37 With a predominately senior squad next year the Tornado finmen should be rougher than ever SWIM TRAIL John Charlsworth TANKERS oPPoNENrs Tulsa Rogers Tulsa Edison Wichita North Wyandotte, K Tulsa Rogers Bartlesville Bartlesville Tulsa Central Tulsa Edison fTh1rd in State Meet- 29 pointsj Mike Downey has more than proved his swimming ability this year as he broke or tied records in five different pools Mike was nom inated for All-American honors after he was one of three winning two events in the State Meet l-le co ped firsts in both the 100 d butterfly andpthe 100 yd. backstroke Y Mlke DOWHBY ROW ONE Glen Kastler Harold Rush Ruble Bailey, Dan Sappenfield Kenny Morrow ROW TWO Coach Harrison Brookover John Courtney Jim Moore Clyde Taylor, Ronnie Cerny Phil Lusk Coach Harold Thomas ROW THREE Richard Jones Jim Schwinn H P Appleby Ronnie Cochran Jim Beam Grant Bever K., FRONT ROW: Mike Mason, Dean Ivy, Bud Weeks, Tony Cook. ROW TWO: Myron Fahler, Mike Downey, Ed Seaton, Bill Johnson, Danny Berry, Bill Ellis. ROW THREE: Don Sappen- field, Stanton Eli, John Coday, Bruce Witherspoon. Paul Hodge. BACK ROW: Mike Shultz, Mike Aduddell, Ronnie Hamlin, Gus Vakas. Golf The 1960 Golf Squad under the tutelage of Coach C. P. "Mose" Neis opened the sea- son with 29 linksmen vieing for sports on the team. Returning this year to bolster the squad were four members from last year's edition. They are Stanton Eli, Tony Cook, Eddie Sea- ton, and Bruce Witherspoon. The Golfers had ei ht meets scheduled for the 1960 season, Because of an early annual deadline, the results of any of the meets were not known. However, their early season practices were curtailed by unseasonal weather. fa 0 W z aa cn O n 9 0 as 'U I-1 5 P4 2 U3 5 usuyxwvsi -n 1 a 1 1 TRACK SWIM 1-'Wi' C.P. ina .CL . al "Mose" NEIS Golf Coach Athletic Director GOLF SCHEDULE April l April 7 - April ll April 14- April 21 April 28 May 6 - May 13- Ark City Invita- tional at Ark City. Coffeyville 84 Indy at Caney Miami Invita- tional at Miami Okla. Caney Sc Indy at Coffeyville Caney Sr Coffey ville at Inde- pendence Coffeyville Invitational at Coffeyville SEK at Chanute Regional at . Topeka May 20 Sc 21 State at Lawrence Terry Powell Dale Warner - Football Mike Downey Steve Clark and Basketball Eddie Seaton Wayne Nightengale Sam Beam - Basketball 'Qi Jrm Smrth Track The 1960 track season opened wrth 65 can drdates Vlelllg for posrtrons on head coach Oren Stoner and assrstant coach Don MCWh1fI s Go den Tornado track squad Wrth slxteen letter men returnrng and a promrsrng group of sopho mores the outlook was brrght Thls was a brg year meet w1se for the track sters 'There were a total of thrrteen meets on the schedule wrth nrne of them berng medal meets For the frrst trme 111 many years the schedule was arranged so that the thmclads could attend the Junror senlor prom At the trme of thrs wr1t1ng results of any of the meets were not known It was expected that the Tornado would have a successful season Captams for the year were Steve Clark Wayne Nlghtengale and Terry Powell TRACK SCHEDULE 22 Interclass Meet State Indoor Meet Manhattan Ottawa Relays Fredonla Dual here Prttsburg Relays Independence Dual there W1ch1ta Unrversrty Invltatlonal - Quadrangular Meet Neodesha 'T 23 - Kansas Relays Lawrence 5 -e - Coffeyville Relays 'YE' ' r r . - Baker Relays I - SEK Meet Independence - Regional Pittsburg 20 21 - State Indoor Meet Manhattan MCWHIRT t Coach 5,1 I it NE Ronald Cerny Steve Stangland Don Thompson Tony Kllfk Ken Eckhardt ROW TWO Gerald Sprrnger Henry Ron Holman Mlke Lewark Butch Jackson Ronald MCWITIII Leon Sapp Clark Sktnner Dennrs Trotter Bruce Smlth THREE Glen Heaven Gary Plpprn Hulen Beaver Fred Strrckland hm Gaffney Charles Clark Larry Erne Harold Dana Collrns Larry Wrrght ROW FOUR Fred Mueller Johnny Barker Wtllre Kates hm Srmmons Kenny Morrow Medsker Grant Bever Wayne Roberts Corde1R1cks Darrell Jaggers Pat Martln ROW FIVE Tom Cox Tom hm Beam hm Moore Phrl Lusk Ron Cochran Steve Clark Galen Martln Bob Templer Robert Humphrres Dale Strahan Coach Oren Stoner Terry Powell Wayne Nrghtengale Steve Clark Coach Don McWh1rt B111 OREN STONER Head Coach a, Play Comlug Up Another bucket ' X-If sm That s mme FEATURES THE CAST FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Fred Smoot, Mike Ewing, Mike Aduddell, Terry Carter. ROW TWO: Ron Holman, Connie Schmidt, Kay Casida, Libby Brown, Sue Vanderpool, Mike Lewark. TOP ROW: Nancy Wilson, Linda Holshouser, Llda Rae Leming, Nancy Davenport, Scarlett Chronister. THE STAGE CREW FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Clark Skinner, Sally Wall, , Vicki Meadows, Bernard Boydston. SECOND ROW: Judy Her- riman, Kathy Hayes, Michille Nolan, Beverly Herring, Karen Beeson. THIRD ROW: Tom Ewbanks, Larry Lewis, Leon Sapp, Jimmie Frisbie, Dennis Trotter, Tom Andrews. The Junior Class Presents The 3 Act Comedy "FATHER WAS A HOUSEWIFE" 8 o'clock - April l, 1960 Kenneth Burchinal ...... Director Glgyr , Ed' ...... . .St Cl k The 1-Wlsfel' , Phgtingraphers ..... Johivglonvfdy FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Hanna, David Evitts, Rajina Meredith, and Lois Buell. BACK ROW: Danna Johnston, Helen Werbach, Barry Allcorn, Virginia Raney, Judy Baber. Bill Peterson Advisor and Photographer ..... Mr. Harold D. Sappenfield Although every member of the journalism classes had a hand in producing the 1960 annu the TWISTER STAFF did a major share of the work in the preparation of layouts, writing and editing copy, and the thousand and one things connected with the publishing of a yearbook such as this. CFor pictures of other journalism students see page 45. 5 'ea' if v '- : ,J S Pride and Joy of the Journalism Classes! 4.5.1, g 1 1 H!- 1. af , H 9 is ' I vw 'Dv H , -' SM -4.4,f'- -5 ,D ff. I5 F5 l 1 w A 1 1 vflx. , .rv -N A b m L4 K ..,,.A,, , . ,. wr, .. X Q 2- ,rs 1144, w l 'kia-!. " Wpw V A -.r , E. , ,K ,XF A'. PTH x Mu 1 Q -iw V , .Ja "' " J D4 ,Y S How true!! .K 1 Wsggef, M- J limi 1 ' 1 HE? MAD uillotinel teeth I the Poet Ll ' 1 One's - -201411 gl,--'Q 5'-91535 A had -5 A , 45:1-,..-1 aneii. 1 2, 1 111 If , 1 I 1 J' napa - . Q, f-,za 52' ' 15" ..,. 1 116' J cr? , if ' ,-1 ' 1 1 . 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STUDENT COUNCIL The 1959-60 Student Council started a scrapbook of the clippings that appear in the "Hats Off" case on first floor. This book is kept in the library at all times. The Council sponsored a Pep Rally at the Midland theater for theCoffe ville-Independence footballglame. They also were in ckarge of the Lenten Services eld in the Lib- rary. The show cases on the first floor were lined and the name cards in the War, Memorial case were retyped. Student Council members also sent letters of apprecia- tion to all of the teachers for their work during the year. The spring term ended with a picnic. JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE As of March 15, the Junior Classical League planned to attend the State Convention at Ellinwood, Kansas late in the month. The Latin Club ran Carol Lake for state president at the convention and Danna Johnston acted as her cam- paign manager. The two voting delegates were James Ma affey and Tonnie Butcher. At the convention a five minute skit was given about "Vulcan" by Vriginia Miller, Joyce Beck, Ken- neth Cotton, and Dana Johnston. Miss Ethel Cabbell and Mrs. Lorrence Mahaffey accompanied the students. G . A . A . The championship teams for the intramurals in Girl's Athletic Association are as follows: Basketball-Betty Hunt, captain: ludy Baber, Alice Springer, Grace Can- ady, Frances Fitzgerald, Nancy Ford, Oteka Hershy, Rosetta Hook, Pearlinc Martin, Judy Shoaf, Georgia Abram. Bowling-Judy Baber, captain, Judy Herriman, Ann Roberts, Barbara Templer, and Betty Ransom. CITY RECREATION LEAGUE BASKETBALL-Judy Baber, captain, Brenda Bever, Madelyn Crawford, Phyllis Culver, Phyllis Goodman, Marilyn Morrow, Pat Pierce, Virginia Raney, and Velma Scott. THE VOLLEYBALL champs had not been deter- mined at this time. The captains were: Virginia Millet, Karen Gump, Nancy Ford, Madelyn Crawford, Barbara Livingston, and Rosalie Dunn. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB Students placin at the State Leadership Conference of Kansas Business Education Clubs held in Emporia were the following: Gene Lewman, Judy Melton, Freda Scott, Pat Wcingart. First National delegate was Doug Living- ston with David Deetz chosen as second alternate. The D,E. members planned to attend the National Leader- ship Conference, April 20-23, 1960, in Kansas City, Missouri. The D.E. activities also included a spring picnic at Independence, and a weiner roast at Havana Lake. .asm P ms vunooxs V W mEwT , UWWWUW 4 45 1 'u fwiw' wif? ff 01535 WMMJ ft I b ,P WW , MlQJwMf5?ff KW W AW MW iijiiwffgfw fwMmW5Wi X xaiw QWWQQQQWW Jfgg i www ' Mikf a! 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