Field Kindley High School - New Direction Yearbook (Coffeyville, KS)
- Class of 1962
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FIELD KINDLEY HIGH SCHOOL ROOSEVELT JUNIOR HIGH
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During her existence, Field Kindley
has witnessed many hard and well-
fought battles, Many times the con-
test would involve one of our fine
athletic teams trying to achieve the
goal of champions. Often the battles
were won, often lostg but where there
is a winner ---- there is also a loser.
Such was the case of a fellow class-
mate whose many-year battle against
polio ceased Friday morning, Decem-
ber 1, 1961, never to inflict pain on
him again. His God-gifted asset of
having courage to face reality and to
always see the optimistic viewpoint
of life was a rare and precious thing
indeed. This, and genuine friendli-
ness to all, accounted for the reasons
why he was so well-loved by all his
classmates and teachers.
We, the TWISTER staff of 1962,
wish to dedicate this annual to the
memory of a boy in a wheelchair-
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Spanish Vocal Music Commerce English, Dramatics
ETHEL CABBELL EDNA CAPE PAUL CRANDELL LAVON CRAWFORD
Latin, English Foods, Home Economics Phys Ed, Intramural English
ELOISE ECKHARDT DOROTHEA FAHLER HELEN GLASER MARY GREER
Mathematics Commerce Mathematics Art
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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Steve Clark, THE KAYETTE BOARD, ROW ONE: Mrs. Frank Rush
President, Betsy Anning, Secretary, Teresa Wishall, Mrs. Eloise Eckhardt, Miss Kathreen Norfleet, Carolyn
Vice-President, Steve Misch, Sergeant-at-Ar1'nS. Merrill, Fran Fitzgerald, janey jaminet. ROW TWO:
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ROW ONE-ABRAM, GEORGIA: Kayettes 23 G.A.A. 2, 3,43 Intramurals 43 Stage Production 3,4. ADKINS,
GEORGIA: Kavalkade 2, 3,43 Madrigals 3,43 Robed Choir 3,43 Kayettes 3,4 ALDERIVIAN, ANDY: Football
2, 3, 43 Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4. ALLEN, JIM: Key Club 2, 3, 43 Football 23 Kavalkade 2, 3,4. ANNING,
BETSEY: Kavalkade 3,43 Kayettes 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Junior Classical League 3, 4, State Secretary 43 Drum
Corps 3, 4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 43 Student Council 4, Secretary 43 Publications 43 Good Citizen Award 33
Sigma Pi 2, 3. APPLEBY, H. P.: Student Council 2, 3,43 Kavalkade 33 Basketball 2, 3,43 Band 43 President
of Class 33 Track 23 Orchestra 33 Debate 23 Key Club 43 Publications 4. ROW TWO-BAILEY, RUBLE2 Basketball
23 Spanish Club 2, 33 Student Council 2. BAKER, LINDA: Kayettes 2,43 Senior Play Crew 43 Kavalkade 3.
BALDRIDGE, JOEY: General Course. BARNHART, EDWARD: Football 2,33 Basketball 2. BARTHOLOMEW,
CARL: Kavalkade 2,43 Athletic Check-boy 33 Tulsa Rogers 33 Machine Shop Helper 33 State Transportation
Representative 3 . BASSETT, KAYE: General Course. ROW THREE-BEAM, JIM: Track 2, 3,43 Basketball
2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3g Key Club 3, 43 Publications 3, 4. ROW FOUR-BEAM, DON:
Junior Play Stage Crew 33 Kavalkade 3, 43 Stage Production 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Auto Mechanics 2. ROW
FIVE-BELT, MIKE: Swimming 2, 3,43 Golf 2, 3,43 Spanish Club 3,4. BERRY, DANNY: Spanish Club 33
Golf 2, 3. E-EVER, GRANT: Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3,43 Spanish Club 2, 3,4.
BEIRBRODT, MERLE: General Course. BIXBY, JIMMY: Football 2. BLACKETT, DOLLY: Kavalkade
2, 3,43 Kayettes 2, 33 Junior Classical League 3,43 Sigma Pi 2, 33 Band 2, 3,43 Drum Corps 3,43 Drum Major
43 Senior Play Crew 4. ROW SIX-BLICKENSDERFER, MARTHA: Kavalkade 2, 3, 43 Junior Play Stage Crew
33 Senior Play Crew 43 State Production 2, 3,4. BLUE, WILLLAM: General Course. BOLEY, CAROL: Tillies
3, 4, Co-Treasurer 43 Kayettes 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 Junior Classical League 3,43 Orchestra 2. BONI-IAM,
RICHARD: Swimming 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 43 Track 43 Junior Red Cross 4. BOWSER, BARBARA: Tillies 2, 47
Cheerleader 43 Robed Choir 3,43 Kavalkade 2, 3,43 Secretary of Class 23 Senior Play Crew 43 BRAKHAGE,
BARBARA: General Course.
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ROW ONE-BRIGGS, DORIS: G.A.A. 2, 3,4, Spanish Club 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. BRIGHTON, PAM:
Tillies 2, 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3,4, Kayettes 2, 3,4, Board 2, 3,
Spanish Club 2, 3,4, junior Classical League 4, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Publications 3, 4, Twister Staff 3, Co-
editor 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, junior Play 3, Teen Town President 4, Safety Princess,
Thespians 4, D.A. R. Award. BROOKSHIRE, ALANA: General Course. BROWN, JERRY: Key Club 3,4,
Art Club 3,4, Kavalkade. BUTTERFIELD, LEON: Spanish Club 3, Senior Play Crew 4, Kavalkade 4.
CANADY, GRACIE: G.A.A. 2, 3, Board Member, Kavalkade, Spanish Club 4, Student Council. ROW
TWO-CASIDA, KEN: Safety Club 2, Vice-President 2, Kavalkade 2, Junior Play 3, CAUBLE, BARBARA:
General Course. CAULFIELD, LARRY: Football 2, Spanish Club 3. CEARLEY, JOHN: Intramurals 4.
CERNY, RON: Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3,4, Band 3, 4, Key Club 4. CHAMBERS, CAROL: Spanish Club
2, 3, Kavalkade 3, Kayettes 2, 3,4, Board Member 3, G.A.A. 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Drum Corps 3,4, President
4, Student Council 2, 3, Safety Princess 4, Senior Play Crew 4. ROW THREE-CLARK, JANET: Kavalkade
2, Orchestra 2, 3,4, Kayettes 2, 3, 4, Drum Corps 3,4, junior Classical League 4, ROW FOUR-CLARK,
STEPHEN: Band 2, 3, Football 2, 3,4, Track 2, 3,4, Kavalkade 2, Safety Club 2, Junior Red Cross
Council 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, President 4. ROW FIVE-CLAUSING, GARY: Band 2, 3,4, Spanish
Club 3, Boys State Representative 3, Intramurals 4. COCHRAN, RON: Football 2,4, Basketball 2, 3, Track
2, Kavalkade 4. COCHRAN, PATSY: Kavalkacle 3. CONLEY, DON: Football 2, Kavalkade 3, Choir 3,4,
Track 4, COOPER, DENNIS: Kavalkade 3. COSPER, DALE: Robed Choir 3,4, Track 3,4, Kavalkade 3,4,
Intramurals 4. ROW SIX-CRAWFORD, ROLLY: Football 2, Golf 2, .Publications 4. CROSETTO, C. J. :
Kavalkade 2, Track 3, Band 2, 3, 4. CROW, RAYMOND: Track 4. CURRENS, SHARON: Band 2, 3,4,
Kayettes 2, 3, junior Play Crew 3, Senior Play Crew 4, Kavalkade 2, 3,4, DAVIDSON, ALICE: Student
Council 4, Tillies 3, 4, Assistant Treasurer 4, Kayettes 2, 3,4, Board Member 2, G.A.A. 2, 4, junior Play
Cast 3, Senior Play Crew 4, Choir 2, Publications 4, Kavalkade 3, Junior Classical League 3, 4, Prom
Committee 3. DAVIS, LARRY: Intramurals 4.
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ROW ONE-DICKINSON, CATHY: Tornado Tillies 3, 4, Iunior Classical League 3, 4, Secretary 4, Kayettes 2,
3, 4, Program Chairman 4, Safety Club 2, junior Red Cross 3, Student Council 4, junior Play Cast 3, Senior
Play Crew 4, Thespians 4, Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Publications 4, Safety Princess 4, Girls State Representative 3, Be-
ginning Choir 2. DUCHAN, IERRY: General Course. DUCKWORTH, PEGGY: Kayettes 2, Orchestra 2, 3,
Student Council 2, 4, Alternate 4, junior Classical League 3, 4, Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Senior
Play Crew 4, Tornado Tillies 3,4, Scrapbook Keeper 3, Kavalkade 3,' D.A. R. Good Citizen 4. DUNN, BILLY:
Football 2, 3, 4, Publications 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League 3, 4, National Conven-
tion Delegate 3. DURKIN, TOM: Golf 2, 3,4, Sigma Pi 2, Spanish Club 3. ECKHARDT, KENNY: Football
2, Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, ,Iunior Play Cast 3, Spanish Club 2, 3. ROW TWO-ELDER, DOROTHY: General Course.
ELLIOT, SUE: Kayettes 2, 3,4, Board Member 3, Band 2, 3,4, Kavalkade 3, Drum Corps 3,4. ELLIS, BILL:
Junior Play Cast 3, Senior Play Cast 4, Student Council Alternate 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer
4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Safety Club 2, Thespians 3, 4, President
4. ENGLAND, CHARLES: junior Classical League 3,4. ENLOE, IINUVIY: F.F.A. 2,3,4, Treasurer 4.
FAHLER, MYRON: Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Student Council 2, 3, Golf 2, 3,4, Stage Production. ROW THREE-
FARRAN, KAREN: Kayettes 2, Drum Corps 3,4, Robed Choir 3, 4, Kavalkade 3, 4, Junior Play Crew 3.
ROW FOUR-FAULKNER, JIM: ,Transfer from Severy, Kansas, Band 1, 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Junior
Play 3, Speech Festival 35 Music Festival 1, 2, 3, Band 4, Choir 4, Swingsters 4. ROW FIVE-FERGUSON,
KAREN: General Course, FITZGERALD, FRANCES: Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Board Member 4, Kayettes 2, 3, 4,
Board MQYYIIDSY 49 Spanish Club 2, 39 JUIHOY Classical League 4, G.A. A. 2, 3, 4, Tornado Tillies 3,4, Recording
Secretary 4, Student Council 3, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Crew 3, Senior Play 4, Beginning Choir 2.
FORD,BILL: fTransfer from Tulsa Central, Football 2, 3,4, Wrestling 2, 4, Baseball 2, 3, President of homeroom
3, Vice-President of homeroom 4j FORD, NANCY: Safety Club 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Kayettes
2, 3,4, G.A.A. 2, 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Robed Choir 3,4, Vice-President 4,
Madrigals 3, 4, Relays Queen 3, Safety Queen 4, Drum Corps 3,4, Junior Red Cross 4, Senior Play Crew 4.
FREEMAN, DLANA: Kayettes 3. FUNK, DAVID: Intramurals 4. ROW SIX-GAFFNEY, MILDRED: Choir 2,
General Course. GILLMAN, RICHARD: General Course. GOODMAN, MARY KAY: Kavalkade 3, Choir
2, 3,4. GOSSARD, ROGER: Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Football 2, 3,4, Spanish,Club 2, Key Club 4, Golf 3, Robed
Choir 3, 4, Junior Play 3, GRAHAM, BILL: Robed Choir 3, 4, President 4, Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Football 2,
Art Club 3, Thespians 4, Madrigals 3, Senior Play 4. GREEN, LLOYD: Kavalkade 3.
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ROW ONE-GREGORY, WANDA: General Course. GUMP, KAREN: G.A.A. 2,3,4, Scrapbook Keeper 2,
Point Keeper 3, Kayettes 2, Sigma Pi 2, Student Council Alternate 2, Debate 2, 4, Junior Classical League
3, Swim Club 3,4, President 3,Treasurer 4. HALL, LINDA: Kavalkade Crew 3, Senior Play Crew 4.
HAMLIN, RON: Sigma Pi 2, 3,4, Publications 4, Twister Staff 4, Prom Committee 3, General Chairman,
Junior Classical League 3, 4, President 3, Junior Red Cross 4, President 4, Kavalkade 2, 3,4, King Kay 3,
Senior Play Crew 4, Intramurals 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Class
President, Boys State 3, Courtesy Award 3. I-IAMMICK, LARRY: Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Band 3,4,
Publications 4. HARE, JOI-IN: Band 2, 3,4, Treasurer 4, Sigma Pi 3, Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Junior Classical
League 3, 4, State Historian 4, Student Council 3. ROW TWO-HARGIS, JONNIE: Junior Classical League
3, Kayettes 3, Uvloved to Eldoradob. I HARRINGTON, LOUISE: Kayettes 2, Tillies 4. HARRIS, BOB:
Band 3. HARRIS, BRENT: Band 2, 3, 4, Kavalkade 2, Auto Mechanics 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 4. HARRIS,
CARRIE MAE: Kayettes 3. HARRISON, GENE: Debate 2, 3,4, Swimming 2, Spanish Club 3, Student Council
2, 3. ROW THREE-HARVEY, L. K.: General Course. ROW FOUR-I-LEAD, LINDA: Kavalkade 3, Beginning
Choir 3, Senior Play Crew 3. ROW FIVE-HENDRIX, RICHARD: Swimming 2, 3, 4, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Junior
Play 3, Student Council 3. HENDRIX, ROBERT: Football 3,4. HERRON, ELAINE: G.A.A. 3, Orchestra
2, 3,4, Kavalkade 3,4, Kayettes 2, Senior Play Crew 4, Junior Play Crew 3. HERSHEY, OTEKA: G.A.A. 2, 3
Kayettes 2, 3,4, Reporter 3, Sigma Pi 2, 3,4, Junior .Classical League 3, Kavalkacle 3,4, Drum Corps 3,4,
Choir 2. HODGE, PAUL: Debate 2, 3,4, Thespians 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Junior Classical League 3, 4, Kavalkade
2, 3, Golf 2, Boys State 3. HODGES, LOGAN: Kavalkade 3. ROW SIX-HODGES, VICKI: Junior Play 3,
Senior Play 4, Thespians 4, Tornado Tillies 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3,4, G.A. A., Spanish Club 3, Kavalkade
2, 3, Student Council 2, 3. HOOBLER, WAYMETH: Band 2,3,4. HOOVER, JUDY: Kavalkade 2, 3,4.
HOWARD, ORA: General Course. HUNT, BETTY: Kayettes 2, 3,4, Band 2, 3,4, Spanish Club 2, Kavalkade
2, 3,4, Swingsters 3,4, Drum Corps 2, 3,4, Student Council 2, 3,4, Junior Class Vice-President, G,A.A. 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 3, Football Queen 4, Football and Basketball Queen Attendant 3, Junior Red Cross. IVY, DEAN:
Robed Choir 3, 4, Madrigals 4, Kavalkade 3,4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Crew 4, Intramurals 4, Publications 4.
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ROW ONE-JACKSON, WARREN: Football 2, 4, Track 2, 3, Swimming 2, 3, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, State Production 3,
Student Council 2. JAMINET, JANEY: Katettes 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Sigma Pi 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Kavalkade 3,
4, Choir 2. JENKINS, LAWRENCE: Track 3,4. JENNINGS, MARY: G.A.A. 2, Robed Choir 3,4, Kavalkade 3,
4. JOHNSON, BILL: Swimming 2, 3, 4, Kavalkade 2, Thespians 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Spanish Club
2, 3, Golf 2. JOHNSON, CAROL: Drum Corps 3,4, Orchestra 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3,4, Kayettes 2, 3. ROW
TWO-JOHNSON, CHARLES: Choir 2. JOHNSON, JAMES: General Course. JOHNSON, JOHN: Vocational
Course. JOHNSON, MARY ANN: Junior Play Stage Crew 3, Senior Play Stage Crew 4, Kayettes 2, 3, 4, Ju.nior
Classical League 4, Tornado Tillies 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Spanish Club 3, Debate 2, Kavalkade 2, Safety
Princess 4, Publications 4. JOHNSON, VINCENT: Band 2, 3, Kavalkade 2, 4. JOHNSTON, MERCEDES: Kayettes
2, ROW THREE -JONES, JANICE: ,Transfer from Harrison, Arkansas-Future Homemakers 2, 3, Debonaire 2,
Pep Club 2, 3, Drama Club 3. J ROW FOUR-JONES, RICHARD: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Sigma Pi 2, 3, Student Council
4. ROW FIVE-DASTLER, GLEN: Basketball 2, Football 3,4, Track 3. KENOLY, RONALD: Choir 2, Robed
Choir 4, Auto Mechanics 3,4, Kavalkade 4, Intramurals 4, KILLION, TONY: Machine Shop 3,4, Safety
Engineer 4, Junior Red Cross 4. KINCHELOE, CAROLYN: Kavalkade 3, Choir 4. KING, ELIZABETH ANN:
G.A.A. 2, 3,4, Sigma Pi 2, 3,4, Tillies 3,4, Secretary of Directory Committee 4, Kavalkade 2, 3, Junior
and Senior Play Committees. KING, CAROLYN: Kavalkade 3,4. ROW SIX-KINSCH, JANE: Junior Play
Cast 3, Senior Play Crew 4, Publications 4, Student Council 2,4, Kayettes 4, Sextette 4, Choir 2, Robed Choir
3, 4, Madrigals 3, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Council 2, Safety Club 2, Tillies 2, 3,4, Vice-President
4, Sigma Pi 2, 3,4, Vice-President 4, Secretary of Junior Class, Safety Princess. KIRK, TONY: Key Club 4,
Track 2, Football 2, 3,4, F. F.A. 2, 3,4, Secretary 3, President 4, Kavalkade 3,4, KIRKMAN, ED: Junior
Play 3, Kavalkade 3,4, Thespians 4, Senior Play Crew 4, Stage Production 2, 3,4. KNIGHT, SAM: Band 3, 4,
Spanish Club 3. LATHROM, JIM: Band 2, 3,4, Kavalkade 3,4, Junior Red Cross Council 4. LAY, SUE:
Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Kayettes 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committees, Robed
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ROW ONE-LEE, GEORGIA: Kavalkade 3. LEE, TONY: General Course. LETT, SHERRY: qTransfer from
junction City, Kansasi-Latin Club 25 Dramatics Club 25 A Cappella Choir 25 Cheerleader 35j Kayettes 2,45
Kavalkade 3,45 Junior Play 35 Robed Choir 4. LEWIS, DON: Vocational Course. LFWIS, EDITH: Kayettes
25 junior Classical League 3. LEWMAN, GLENDA: G.A.A. 25 Sigma Pi 3,45 junior Classical League 3, 45
Spanish Club 3. ROW TWO-LIGHTSTONE, BILL: Sigma Pi 2, 3, 45 junior Play 35 junior Classical League
2, 3,4, Vice-President 45 LOGAN, MARION: Football 2: Track 35 Iunior Play 35 Kavalkade 3. LONDON,
RITA: Orchestra 2, 35 Red Cross 3, Treasurer 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Kayettes 25 Kavalkade 25 Spanish Club 3,4.
LOVELLE, TOM: F. F.A. 25354. MCCORMICK, EDITH: General Course. MCFALL, LINDA: Kayettes
2. ROW THREE-McGILBRAY, LAVONIA: Innamurals 25 ROW FOUR-MCGINNIS, LARRY: Art Club.
ROW FIVE-MCINTOSI-I, MILDRED: Kayettes 2,35 G.A.A. 3,4 M W1-HRT, SHARON: Kavalkade 2, 3,
45 Spanish Club 45 Choir 3,45 Sigma Pi 2. MAHAN, LINDA: Kayettes 2, 3, 4, Board Member 2, 3, 4, Song-
leader 45 Band 2, 3,4, Drum Major 45 G.A.A. 2, 3,45 Kavalkade 2, 3,45 Robed Choir 3,45 Safety Club 25
Spanish Club 2, MAJORS, PAT: General Course. MAIORS, WAYNE: junior Classical League 3,45
Intramurals. MARTIN, ED: Spanish Club 3, 45 Band 3,45 Swimming 45 Robed Choir 2, 3, 45 Kavalkade
2, 3,45 Iimior Red Cross 25 Swingsters 354. ROW SIX-MARTIN, SHARON: Kayettes 2, 35 Spanish Club 35
Tillies 45 junior Red Cross 45 Kavalkade 3, MASON, MIKE: Kavalkade 2, 3, 45 Stage Production 3,45 Golf
2, 3,45 Band 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 3. MATHIS, IRVIN RAY: QTransfer from Sherman, Texas-Football 25
Track 2, 35 junior-Senior Prom 3j. MEDSKER, IERALD: Basketball 25 Track 2, 4. MEEK, ELAINE:
Kayettes 25 Swim Club 3,4, President 45 junior Classical League 35 Kavalkade 35 Sigma Pi 3, MEHL,
RUSSELL: Debate 2, 3,45 Track 35 Kavalkade 35 Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4.
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ROW ONE-MENEFEE, BARBARA: General Cotuse. METZER, PHILIP: Basketball 2, Key Club 3,4. MIRANDA
JUDY: Tornado Tillies 3,4, Kavalkade 2, 4, G.A.A. MOON, WAYNE: Football 2, Auto Mechanics 3,4.
MOORE, ILM: Football 2, 3,4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Key
Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Council 3, Kavalkade 3, Prom Committee 3. MORROW, KENNY: Key
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track 2, 3, Kavalkade 3,4, Intramurals 4.
ROW TWO-MUELLER, FRED: F. F.A. 1, 2, 3,4, Football 2, 3,4, Track 2, 3,4, junior Classical League 3, 4.
NEAS, CARL: General Course. NERIA, MARY ANN: Choir 2,3, Kavalkade 3. NEWTON, PEGGY: General
Course. NIGH, KAY: Sigma Pi 2, 3,4, Tillies 2, 3,4, Kayettes 2, 3,4, President 4, Robed Choir 3,4,
Madrigals 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Spanish Club 3,4, Safety Club 2, Junior Play Crew 3, Senior Play Crew 4,
Thespians 4, Kavalkade 2, 3,4. NOLEN, DELORES: General Course. ROW THREE-ODLE, BONNIE: Spanish
Club 2, Student Council 3,4, Kayettes 2, 3, Publications 3,4, Choir 2, 3, Kavalkade 3. ROW FOUR-OSGOOD,
JEAN: Kayettes 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Cast 3, Senior Play Crew 4, Kavaikade 3, 4, Stage Production 4, Red Cross
Council 4. ROW FIVE-PARRETT, WARREN: Junior Play Crew 3, Kavalkade 4. PENNINGTON, PEGGY:
Kayettes 2, 3,4. PERRY, IEAN: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Tillies 3,4, Kayettes 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Art Club
2, 3, Junior Red Cross 2, Girls Swim Club 3. PERSER, JANET: Kavalkade 3. PETCH, EDDIE: Vocational
Course. PHILLIPS, LEROY: Senior Play Crew 4, Voice of Democracy 2, Track. ROW SIX-PITTENGER,
DAVID: Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Spanish Club 2, 3,4, Orchestra 3, 4, Football 2, Swimming 2, 3, Senior Play Cast,
Iunior Play Cast, Swingsters 2, 3, Thespians 4. RATHBUN, ELIZABETH: junior Play Crew 3, Senior Play
Crew 4, Red Cross 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Kavlkade 3.4. RAY RUTH: G.A.A. 3, Iunior Red Cross 4. RENCH,
CAROL: General Course. RICHEY, CAROLE: General Course . .RICKERSON, KAY: Senior Play Crew 4.
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ROW ONE-ROBBINS, MARGIE: Business Course. ROBERTS, ANN: Kayettes 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, Kavalkade 3, 4,
Swim Club 3, 4. ROBERTS WAYNE: Football 2, 3,4, Track 2, 3,4, Key Club 3,4, Kavalkade 4. ROBERTSON,
JANE: Kayettes 3,4. ROCKWELL, ROGER: Kavalkade 2, Band 2, 3,4. RUSH, HAROLD: Football 2, 3,4,
Co-Captain 4, Basketball 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Kavalkade 4, Junior Classical League 3, 4, President 4, Student
Council 3. ROW TWO-RUSSELL, DELORES: General Course. RUTTER, JOY: Tillies 2, 3,4, Reporter 3, 4,
Tomado Cheerleader 4, Altemate Cheerleader 3, Gale Cheerleader 2, Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Cast,
Senior Play Cast, Thespian 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Publications 3, 4, Twister Co-editor
4, Staff 3, Kayettes 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Safety Princess 4. SAPPENFIELD, DON: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4,
Football 2, Band 2, Kavalkade 2, Publications 4, Senior Play Crew 4, Student Council 2. SCI-IELL, KAREN:
Kayettes 2, 3,4, Tillies 3. SCI-CVIIDT, JOHN: Sigma Pi 2, 3,4, Kavalkade 4, Junior Classical League 3, Golf
2, 3, Track 4, Intramurals 4, Emporia State Teacher's College Training Program 3. SCHULZ, MIKE: Football
2,4, Golf 2, Track 3, 4, Kavalkade 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Publications 4. ROW THREE-SCI-IWINN, JIM: Basket-
ball 2, 3,4, Debate 3,4, Publications 4. ROW FOUR-SCISSEL, VELMA: Choir 3, ROW FIVE-SCOFIELD,
JIM: Swimming 2, 3,4, Kavalkade 3. SELLS, INALTER: Auto Mechanics 2, 3,4, SHANNON, JACQUELINE:
Kayettes 2, Kavalkade 3,4, Sl-IOBE, JACQUELINE: G.A.A. 2, 3, Junior Classical League 3,4, Kavalkade 4,
Choir 4, SIMMONS, JIM: Football 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Swimming 3, Junior Classical League 3, 4,
Spanish Club 4, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2,4, Junior Red Cross 4, Intramurals 4, Safety Club 2,
Senior Play Crew. SMITH, BARBARA: Kavalkade 2, 3,4, Band 2, 3, Art Club 3,4, G.A.A. 2, Safety Club 2,
Kayettes 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3. ROW SIX-SMITH, BILL: General Course. SMITH, NAOMI: Spanish
Club 2, Sigma Pi 2. SOLES, RICKY: Kavalkade 3,4, Junior and Senior Play Crews. SPRIQNGER, ALICE:
Kavalkade 3,4, Robed Choir 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, G.A.A. 2, 3,4, Kayettes 2, 3,4, Orchestra 3,
Madrigals 3, Junior and Senior Play Crews. STANGLAND, STEVE: Football 2, 3,4, Track 3, 4, Key Club
3,4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Kavalkade 3, Junior Red Cross 4. STANLEY, MARLENE: Tillies 3, 4, Kayettes
2, 3, 4, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4.
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Course. STEVENSON, RONALD: General Course. STEWART, MAURICE: Kavalkade. STRICKLAND, DEAN:
Auto Mechanics 2, 3, 4. STRICKLAND, FRED: Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Football 2, Band 3, 4, Junior Classical
League 4. ROW TWO-STRIMPLE, CHRISTINE: Kavalkade 3, Kayettes 2. SUTHERLIN, MARY: General Course
TATE, STEVE: General Course. TAYLOR, CLYDE: Intramurals 4, Basketball 2, Football 2. TAYLOR, MARY:
General Course. THOMPSON, DON: Junior Classical League 3, 4, Intramurals 4. ROW THREE-THURSTON,
JOE: Kavalkade 3,4, Football 4, Track 3,4, Robed Choir 3, 4, Junior Classical League 3, 4. ROW FOUR-
TOLAR, MIKE: Band 2, 3,4, Woodwind quintet 4, Kavalkade 2, Swimming 2, 3, Junior Play. ROW FIVE-
TONEY, MARCIA: Tillies 2, 3,4, Cheerleader 2, 3,4, G.A.A. 2, 3,4, Board Member 4, Band 3, 4, Kayettes
3, 4, Program Chairman 4, Swingsters 3, 4, Junior Classical League 3, 4, Kavalkade 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Cast,
Senior Play Cast, Thespians 4, Senior Class Secretary, Choir 2, Kavalkade Centennial Queen 3, Student
Council 3,4, Sigma Pi 4, Prom Committee 3, Football Attendant 2, 3, Publications 4. TONGIER, JOEL:
fDeceasedJ Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President of Senior Class, National Merit Scholarship Finalist, Master of
Ceremonies at Prom 3. TONGIER, JOHN: Football 2, Spanish Club 3, Swimming 3, 4, Track 4. VAKAS,
GUS: Golf 2,4, Orchestra 2. VAUGHN, SUE: General Course. VORIS, DENNIS: General Course. ROW
SIX-WADDELL, DEBRA: G.A.A. 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. WALTERS, JANICE: Kayettes 2, 3, Art Club 3, Junior
Play Crew, Kavalkade 4, Senior Play Crew, Prom Committee 3. WALTRIP, ARCI-IIE: F, F.A, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Reporter 3, Sentinal 4. WATTS, LARRY: General Course. WEEKS, BUD: Golf 2, 3,4, Student Council 3,
Junior Classical League 3, Intramurals 4, Band 3,4. WHITMORE, SUZANNE: Kayettes 2, Sigma Pi 2,
Spanish Club 3, Orchestra 2, 3,4, Tillies 3,4, Senior Play Crew.
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ROW ONE-WIDMER, RICI-IIE: Sigma Pi 2, 3,45 Debate 2, 3,45 junior Red Cross 2, Debate 2, 3, 45 Kavalkade
25 Senior Play Cast, Student Council 2, 35 Spanish Club 35 Thespians 4, WILKINSON, GREG: Kavalkade 35
Track 2. WILKISON, NANCY: Student Council 25 G.A.A. 25 Kavalkade 3,45 junior Classical League 35
Robed Choir 3, 45 Tillies 3, 4. WILLIAMS, KAY: Kayettes 2, 35 Band 3, 45 Senior Play Crew. WILLIAMS,
WENDY5 G.A.A. 25 Kayettes 2, 3, 45 Kavalkade 2, 3, 45 Dayette of the Month 25 Tillies 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45
Spanish Club 2, 3,4, President 45 Robed Choir 3, 45 junior Red Cross 45 Junior Play Cast5 Senior Class Crew5
Junior Red Cross 45 Thespians 4. WILSON, CHARLES: Kavalkade 3,4. ROW TWO-WILSON, CLAUDIA:
Choir 2, 3,45 junior Play Crew5 Kavalkade Crew. 3, 4. WINSTON, DOUG: Band 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 25
Kavalkade 2, 3,45 Swingsters 3,45 Golf 2. WISHALL, JAMES: General Course. WOMACK, IIM: Football
2, 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Kavalkade 2, 3, 45 junior Play Cast5 Senior Itlay Cast5 President of Senior Class5 Key
Club 45 Thespians 3,45 Red Cross 2, 354. YORK, SHIRLEY: General Course.
Senior Class Wz'll
We, the sensational, sensitive, and sentimental
seniors of the 1962 graduating class being of happy,
gay, and carefree mind do hereby bequeath our most
beloved vices and follies to the following deserving
I, Andie, Alderman, leave my Cuts and slices to
Chris Coyle for use in next years's journalism class.
I, Rollie Crawford, leave my lifetime membership
in the Mafia to Ted's Grill. I, Grant Bever, leave
my ability to "dunk 'em" fin the wrong basket, to
Ty Ty. QDick Tyrellj. I, Ronald Hamlin, leave
my debonair charm, congeniality, and my matching
sweater and sock sets to Gary Schaub for use by posterity.
I, Jim Schwinn, leave my title of "Greatest Lover" and
all my younger girls to Darrell Sumner . . . fGood luck,
Darrell baby. J I, Richard Hendrix, am leaving home
---Bye,- Dad. I, Jim Beam, King of Twisters, leave
my abilities to Don Morgan fTake over, big Donj. I,
Marcia Toney, leave---sorry, jim is going along. We,
THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN, leave all OL11' fine songs
and influences to McWhirt's boys next year. We, the
'61 Tornado team, leave--and Beat Indy next year
o. k. ? We, Cathy, Alice, and Frances-the Three
Stooges-leave our funnies to Susan Bumpass, Anne
Drenner, and Anne Perry.
We, the members of the Tillies and Drum Corps,
part friends. I, Joy Rutter, leave my Paris coiffures
to Carolyn Osborn. I, Pam Brighton, leave my
wardrobe, algebra papers, andparties to Melinda
Ball. We, the senior Tillies, leave Grannie Goose
and the Friendship Trails busses to Miss Glaser and
the girls. I, Janice Jones, leave Arkansas in favor
of Kansas. We, Owl and Dutch, leave all those
great posters we made to the halls of C. H. S. I,
jim Moore, leave my apple polishing to Bobby Jack
Murphy. I, Betty Hunt, leave my former days with
the Blue Bomb to Sandi Compton, We, the jour-
nalism class, leave the Pontihorse gas bill to Mr.
Sappenfield and Don Burgess. We, Kenny Eckhardt,
Bill Lightstone, Mike Tolar, Tom Durkin, and Doug
Winston, leave before we get caught. We, Dolly
Blackett and Linda Mahan leave the K. U. strut,
and in poor health. I, Roger Gossard, leave lucky
number 13 to Fine-Body Hollifield. We, the Senior
Class of '62 leaving.our Alma Mater with regret,
close with these words:
We can because we think we can,
We will because we want. "
TAKE GOOD CARE OF "I-IER". . .
Senim Class 701212692
On the evening before our last day of school, as each Senior drifted off into slumber, all our dreams melted
into one as we looked into the future lives of our great leaders of our class ....... Kenny Morrow, Wayne
Roberts, and Jim Beam have taken over for the Kingston Trio, Carol Chambers is a hair stylist for Dior, Vicki
Hodges is still trying to get back to Coffeyville, Mike Belt now has a patent on white blond hair, Harold
Rush is now running a high-stepping dancing parlor, H. P. Appleby is still acting silly, Nancy Ford is Miss
Smile of 1980, Mr. Sappenfield has finally finished the 1962 Twister, Mary Ann Johnson just made another
famous first, Rich Widmer is number 999 in a 1, OOO student Physics class at Harvard, Barb Bowser has made
her fame as a Moose Hunter, Steve Clark is now Secretary General of the U. N. , Bill Ellis has taken over as
Tulsa Edison Swim Coach . . fHis motto: "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em, "J Bill Graham, has a Broadway
career which is still bringing in the good lucks, Jim Womack is still trying to make Tulsa a suburb of
Coffeyville, Wendy Williams is still attempting to pass 10 words a minute, Bille Johnson, the famous author
has written "How to Control Your Nerves on Stage", Steve Stangland is now chief snowman for U. S.
Weather Bureau, Tony Killion now owns Reeds United Super, Joe Thurston has replace Big Daddy Lipscomb,
Nancy Wilkinson has her little white house with the picket fence, Bill Ford has reached 6'5" and too tall
for Ftmk Aircraft.
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Alford, Judy Allen, Patsy Allen, Mary Alice
Allen, Ruby Allred. ROW TWO: John Alvey,
Carolyn Armstrong, Karen Bagby, Carol Bailey,
Paula Baldauf, Melinda Ball, Charles Ballew.
ROW THREE: Ellen Barnhart, Mike Bartholo-
mew, Bruce Bartovick. ROW FOUR: Bobby
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Blair, Kenny Boles, Leon Boswell, Carol Bra-
den, Darlene Brown. ROW SIX: Evelyn Brown,
Steve Brunger, Delores Burdick, Don Busrgees,
Eileen Burghart, Virginia Buss, Donna Cald-
well. ROW SEVEN: Joyce Carey, Tom
Carpenter, Ronald Carr, Don Cessna, Gary
Chancy, Don Clayton, Vicki Clough. ff
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ROW ONE: Linda Coble, Connie Colley,
Carol Collins, , Sandy Compton, Betty Con-
ger, David Conley, Judena Conway. ROW
TWO: Delbert Coons, Mary Coppock, Mich-
elle Cordray, Donna Cornett, Joyce Cosper,
William Cothern, Richard Couch. ROW
THREE: Terry Coughenour, Ronnie Cox,
Chris Coyle, ROW FOUR: james Cron, Vicki
Crosson, Vicki Dannatt. ROW FIVE: Jim
Davenport, Donna Day, Pam DePointer, George
Dinneen, Carol Donaghe, Judy Donavan, Don-
1 na Dornan. ROW SIX: Anne Downey, Roxy
Dubwig, Carol Dunn, Patsy Duvall, Becky
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SEVEN: Brenda Exum, Lee Ferguson, Richard
Field, Elbert Fields, Willie Fields, Barbara
Foster, Betty Fowler.
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Franklin, Evelyn Franks, Charlasetta French,
Don Fugate, Bill Garner. ROW TWO: jackie
Garner, Curtiss George, Larry Gonzalez, Gayle
Gott, jim Gottschalk, Phil Griffith, David
Hall. ROW THREE: Claudia Hargrove, Kelly
Hargrove, Elizabeth Harrington. ROW FOUR:
Joyce Harris, Tim Harris, David Hartzell.
ROW FIVE: Margie Hatfield, Linda Heideman,
Terry Henry, Ron Herndon, Ve Ann Hershey,
Joyce Hestand, Mildred Holderbaum. ROW
SIX: jerry Hollyfield, Terry Hollyfield,
Roland Holmes, Steve Hopkins, Karen
Horn, Robert Horn, Patty Horton. ROW
SEVEN: janet House, Mary Howard, Phil
Howard, Gary Huff, joline Hugaboom,
Syrilda Hughes, Mary Anne Hulsey.
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ROW ONE: Becky Hurst, Jesse Hutchinson,
Sharon Hutson, Jim Hyatt, Carolyn Ingmire,
Janet lsham, Deanna Jackson. ROW TWO:
David Jacobs, Charlotte Jarrett, James
Jennings, Jerry Jennings, Carolyn Johnson,
Earlene Johnson, Larry Johnson. ROW THREE:
Wayne Johnston, Lynne Jones, Jerry Joplin.
ROW FOUR: Russ Jordon, Kay Journeycake,
Virginia Keller. ROW FIVE: Jeff Kelly, Nancy
Kirkman, Mary Kuelkelhan, Janet Kuhns, fy
Charles Kyte, Judy Lackey, Mike Lamb. ROW g M
SIX: Patricia Latinis, Winston Lawrence, Stephen 'f r W
Lightstone, Jung Lind, Martha Linn, Phillip J is N' 'W
Linville, Larry Loffer. ROW SEVEN: Celia Long, Q E... Y
Janet Lowrance, Riley McCann, Dana McLeran,
Lyn Mahaffey, Mary Anne Mahaffey, Mike
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line Martin, Ronnie Mathis, Karen Mehrens,
Carolyn Merrill, Connie Metzinger. ROW TWO:
Dixie Miller, Edwin Miller, Stephen Miller,
Waynona Miller, Steve Misch, Joyce Moore,
Donald Morgan. ROW THREE: Dale Morse,
Peggy Mueller, Saundra Murphy. ROW FOUR:
Roger Neal, james Neese, Butch Neese. ROW
FIVE: Ion Nelson, Darla Newcomb, Sharon
Newman, Leslie Nolan, Gloria Nord, john
Owens, Mary Oskinson. ROW SIX: Walter Page,
Vickie Pfohl, jim Pickering, David Pitts, John
Powell, Ted Purkey, Richard Pyle. ROW SEVEN:
Dian Rea, Olivette Reed, Sandy Richardson,
Betty Richey, Dennis Riedel, Jim Robertson,
Brent Scott used
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ROW ONE: Sandy Robinson, Philip Rodriquez,
Barbara Romines, Rosie Ross, Deanna Rutledge
Charlotte Sage, Stella Sanders. ROW TWO:
Rose Ann Sanky, Edwin Sapp, Gary Schaub,
l-lurron Scissel, Brent Scott, Virginia Scott,
Dean Sells. ROW THREE: Edward Shade, Lynn
Shannon, Ella Shields. ROW FOUR: Marion
Shields, Marvin Shields, Fred Simkins. ROW
FIVE: Pam Sloan, Joyce Smith, Larry Smith,
Mary Smith, Rose Mary Smith, Suzy Smith,
Judy Soles. ROW SIX: Connie Spears, Richard
Starnes, Marie Starrett, Gail Stewart, Harry
Strasburger, Darrell Sumner, Wanda Sweeney.
ROW SEVEN: Danny Sykes, Kenneth Tallman,
Patricia Taylor, Joe Temple, Freddy Tesh,
Larry Tesh, Richard Tesh.
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ROW ONE: Randy Thomas, Linda Thomas,
Larry Tilcock, Catherine Tongier, Jill Trotter,
Linda Tucker, Rosa Tucker. ROW TWO: Ann
Turner, Richard Tyrell, Harold Uppendahl,
Pat Vanderpool, Charles Victory, Sherry Wall,
Steve Walterscheid. ROW THREE: Karen Warren, 5 f
Cliff warts, V. J. Westhoff. Row FOUR: Lauren 0 i E
Wheeler, David Wilkus, james Williams. ROW Y'
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jerry Wishall, Teresa Wishall. ROW SIX: Elaine
Woods, Roger Wright, Gene Wright, Caroline
Zeigler, Gail Zeigler, Edgar Fowler, Geoffrey
Kirkham, jerry Tate.
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Alderman, Jean Alexander, Berlene Allen, Lloyd
, S, Allen, Suzie Allen, Janet Anderson. ROW TWO:
joe Andrews, Sharon Appleby, Charlotte Argent,
I A Cynthia Austin, jane Bailey, Don Barker, Larry
'E'. " ,,,. , ' i':' Barnes, Phyllis Barrel. Row THREE: Ricky Beattie,
is 'ff':' 1 - Q 1 .. Betty Beeson, Marva Bell. ROW FOUR: Deborah
- S W Belt, Linda Belt, Diana Benefiei. Row FIVE:
' - David Bennett, Ronald Bergman, Darlene Bishop.
- ' V l ' - U ' M ROW SIX: jack Blackett, Gail Blake, Roger Blake,
, ' "2, , V f Marilyn Boggs, Ed Bohannon, George Bonham,
L, 2 iiiil ip L, Clyde Bossman, Darrell Bowersox. ROW SEVEN:
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., Bradley, Nancy Bradley. ROW EIGHT: jane Brakhage
i Bob Brewster, Celestine Briley, Charlotte Brinker,
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ROW ONE: Daniel Bryant, Susan Bumpass, Mary
Burdick, Barbara Burkhart, Dean Burnett, Darrell
Burris, Carol Butler, Mike Butler. ROW TWO:
Raymond Byrd, Sylvia Canady, Verna Canady,
Shelia Carey, Betty Carns, Penny Carns, Alfonzo
Carroll, Linda Carter. ROW THREE: Riley Cart-
wright, Mike Caulfield, Karen Cease. ROW FOUR:
, Dwain Childers, Ronald Childress, Jack chowning. "
The undefeated Gale! ROW FIVE: Richard Clough, Larry Cochran, Linda 'T'
Cochran. ROW SIX: Carolyn Colbert, Rita Colbert, lk,
Candy Cole, Louis Collier, Anita Consani, Gerald A
Conway, Sharon Cook, Betty Cornett. ROW SEVEN:
Frances Cotton, Wayne Courtright, Kay Crawford, V "': if
Carol Curlis, Christine Curry, Danny Davenport,
Andrea Davis, Carol Davis. ROW EIGHT! Tony
Dean, Earl Denny, Kenneth Denny, Margaret Dew,
john Dickens, jeweldine Dierker, Ann Drenner, l
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Margie Head. ROW EIGHT: Warren Heady, Jo
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ROW ONE: Steve Loffer, Vivian Loffer, jim
Long, Ronald Long, Vivian Long, Charles Love-
lace, Janice Lucas, Ronald Lyberger. ROW TWO:
Lynn Lyon, Ray Maggard, john Maitlen, Nancy
Majors, Judy Manley, Shirley Manley, Jeanne
Marnell, Ronnie Woods. ROW THREE: Linda
Martin, Richard Martin, Stewart Martin. ROW
FOUR: Susan Martin, Royce Mayfield, Mike
McCann, ROW FIVE: Doug McCarter, Danny
McCartney, Wayne McClausand. ROW SIX:
Bill McCutchen, Linda McEver, Bill McGuire,
Othello McHenry, Cecelia Melton, Linda
Metzinger, Marilyn Miller, Shirley Miller,
ROW SEVEN: Gary Miorandi, Mary Mitchell,
Nancy Montgomery, Diana Morris, Carl
Mountford, Ann Mummert, Robert Murphy,
Larry Murrow. ROW EIGHT: Robert Nellis,
Leslie Nolan, Lorraine Nolan, Russel Olewinski,
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Priddy, Fred Pringle, Harold Pullins, Sandy
Purkey, Walter Ray. ROW THREE: Margie Read,
Carolyn Reaves, Mike Reister. ROW FOUR:
Jimmie Reynolds, Barbara Rice, Frances Richard.
ROW FIVE! Willis Ritter, Mary Robins, John
Robertson. ROW SIX: Cheryl Rogers, Ronald
Rowe, O'Dwyer Royal, Phillip Russell, Janet
Sapp, Rennae Sauer, Mary Schwinn, Charlotte
Scott, ROW SEVEN: Karen Seaton, William
Shutte, Barbara Simmons, Heirloise Sirnkins,
Michael Simpson, Janie Sitsler, Jimmie Sitsler,
Cheryl Smith. ROW EIGHT: Garry Smith,
Jackie Smith, Marsha Smith, Roger Smith,
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ROW ONE: Alan Stanley, Carolyn Stark,
Charlotte Starnes, Fred Stith, Deanna Stoner,
Vicki Strickland, Patti Swift, Phil Tate.
ROW TWO: Patricia Tatro, Gary Tatum,
Mary Taylor, Robert Taylor, Erna Thiele,
jan Thomas, jerry Thomas, Larry Thomas.
ROW THREE: Sandra Thompson, Henry Tic-
kle, Judy Tilcock. ROW FOUR: jerry Tits-
worth, Larry Todd, Carl Tracy. ROW FIVE:
Priscilla Treece, Bill Trotter, johnny Tur-
chek. ROW SIX: Bonnie Twitchell, Shirley
Van Dyne, james Voelzke, john Voelzke,
james Yoris, Dick Wade, john Waggoner,
Linda Waller. ROW SEVEN: Carol Wash-
ington, Steve Wellington, Robert White,
Sally Willett, Dianne Williams, Paul Wil-
son, fSylvester Wilson--See page 4, Row 81,
jim Winchell, QEdna Wisely--See page 4,
Row lj, Mike Wishall. ROW EIGHT: Judy
Withers, janet Wood, QRonnie Woods--See
page 5, Row 21, janet Wray, Linda Wright,
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A D CREW BACK ROW Ed Kirkman, Cathy Dickinson,
Leon Butterfield Mary Ann johnson Don Beam, Frances Fitzgerald, Ricky Soles,
Wendy Williams Warren Parrett jane Kinsch Carl Neas, Linda Head, Kay Nigh,
jean Osgood Georgia Abram Linda Hall MIDDLE ROW: Bill Ellis, Vicki Hodges,
Marcia Toney Pam Brighton joy Rutter Rich Widmer. SEA TED: Bill Grham,
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THE SENIOR CLASS
October 25 -26
jack Chesney Rich Widmer
Charles Wykeham Bill Ellis
Lord Fancourt jim Womack
Kitty Verdun joy Rutter
Amy Spettugue Vicki Hodges
Brassett David Pittenger
Colonel Chesney Bill Graham
Spettigue Bill johnson
Donna Lucia Pam Brighton
Ela Delahay Marcia Toney
CAST, BACK ROW: Bill Johnson, Bill Ellis, jim Womack, Rich Widmer
Bill Graham, Pam Brighton. SEATED: Vicki Hodges, Marcia Toney, joy
Rutter. FRONT ROW: David Pittenger.
ROW ONE: Diane Morris, Anita Consani, Vicki Cresson, Sue Lay, Alice Davidson, Betsy Anning, Teresa Wishall, B. B.
Brown, Roger King, Bill Trotter, Ronnie Lyberger, Jerome Green. ROW TWO: Bonnie Harvey, Gayle Gott, Cathy Dick-
inson, Melinda Ball, Jane Blair, Claudia Hargrove, Gracie Canady, Jo Elaine Heaven, Jane Kinsch, Jim Simmons, David
Hill. ROW THREE: Gail Hunt, Margaret Dew, Judy Jessen, Judy Phister, Candy Cole, Priss Ford, Carol Johnson, Mary
Anne Hulsey, Carolyn Merrill, Ron Hamlin, Dale Morse. ROW FOUR: Jean Bever, Sue Hulsey, Becky Elder, Nancy Stair
Diane Groom, Barbara Simmons, Dixie Miller, Rexy Dubwig, Mike McCann, Jack Blackett, Bill Graham. ROW FIVE:
Marcia Toney, Betty Hunt, Pam Brighton, Steve Clark, H. P. Appleby, John Charlesworth, Richard Jones, Gary Schaub,
Edwin Sapp, Steve Misch, Phillip Griffth.
This year the Student Council, one of the oldest organizations of Field Kindley, was under the direction of Steve Clark,
its president, and John Charlesworth, Sponsor. The representatives and alternates are elected by the homerooms.
This group considers many problems and makes various improvements for our school. Also, the Student Council sponsors
activities and plans projects. One of these projects is the annual Courtesy Week.
Students in the group were placed on one of the following committees: scrapbook, service, social, handbooks, flag
memorial, assembly, policy constitution, intramurals, and maintenance.
Officers were as follows: Steve Clark, President, Teresa Wishall, Vice-President, Betsy Anning, Secretary, Sue Lay,
Reporter, and Steve Misch, Sergeant-at-Arms.
This year the Spanish Club, Los Vecinos, had a large membership of over 70 plus its sponsor, Mrs. Ballard.
Presiding over the meetings were the following officers: President, Wendy Williams, Vice-President, Ann Turner,
Secretary-Treasurer, Doris Briggs, and Program Chairmen, Elizabeth Harrington and Karen Bagby.
Meetings were held on the second Tuesday of each month and they generally consisted of a report on a Spanish speaking
country, refreshments, and a special program having something to do with the report of the day.
The annual Spanish Cristmas Party was held on December ll, and featured a "pinata, " a Mexican Christmas procession
along a candle-lighted parth, and Spanish carol singing.
Various projects through the Spanish Club aided the students to more fully understand the countries in which the language
ROW ONE: Jan Thomas, Sandy Funk, Jane Blair, Karen Bagby, Wendy Williams, Elizabeth Harrington, Ann Turner, Doris
Briggs, Karen Seaton, Karen Jones, Cynthia Hadden, Linda Carter. ROW TWO: Debbie Belt, Ann Mummert, Lorenda
Powell, Judy Jessen, Pi-is Ford, Tobi Jones, Ann Drenner, Sharon Durkin, Pam Dye, Charolette Argent, Kay Nigh, Patti
Swift, VeAnne Hershey. ROW THREE: Margie Read, Gail Hunt, Marilyn Hodge, Sally Willett, Melinda Ball, Carol
Washington, Vicki Crossen, Harry Stasburger, Steve Stangland, Larry Gonzalez. ROW FOUR: Linda Coble, Dian Rea,
Barbara Foster, Sharon McWhirt, David Pittenger, Ed Martin, Mike Belt, Jim Simmons. BACK ROW: Don Burgess, Lyn
Mahaffy, Sharon Hutson, Gayle Gott, Mary Coppock, Donna Day, Joyce Leonard, Sandy Purky, Connie Colley, Linda
Heideman, Syrilda Hughes, Mrs. Ballard,
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Anderson, Lindsay, Koger. ROW TWO: Cook, Iohnston, Hamlin, jackson, Mahaffy, Bumpass, Anning, Wishall, W.
Miller, M Alderman, Bradley, Bowlus, Donaghe. ROW THREE: Wray, Rush, Stewart, Bilderback, HaI'I'iS, GOWCTI,
Waller, Ogbgme, McEver. ROW FOUR: Miss Cabbell, A. Alderman, Cox, F. Mueller, Thurston, Blackett, Fitz-
, gerald, McLeran, Lewman, Simmons, C. Duckworth, Robbins, Shobe, Heaven. ROW FIVE: Clough, Hill, Strick-
l land, Barker, McCann, Thompson, Latinis, johnson, P. Duckworth, Boley, Clark, Briley. ROW SIX: George, Majors,
l England, Coyle, Hare, Duckworth, Chaney, Neese, Lightstone, Dunn, J. Sapp. ROW SEVEN: Lowrance, McCutchen,
Morse, King, Hodge, E Sapp, Pyle, Ford, Bennett, Dickens, Morgan, Leahy. NOT PICTURED: Toney, Courtwright,
Brighton, Martin, Adkinsl
jU.NIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE
The junior Classical League, one of only two national organizations in our high school, boasts of eighty-three mem-
ers this year. These members make up the three Latin classes in addition to seven seniors who are active alumni mem-
ers. Each member owns a membership card and a silver pin, one or two students who show outstanding ability in Latin
re presented silver honor awards at the close of the second year.
The purpose of the I, C. L. is to encourage young people to study the language of ancient civilizations and to reveal to
iem the debt of our own culture to that of Greece and Rome.
Last August five of our I. C. L. members, accompanied by their sponsor, attended the Eight National I. C. L. Conven-
on at the University of Indiana: Chris Coyle, Billy Dunn, Ron Hamlin, Carol Lake, and Harold Rush. In March of
iis year several of us will attend the thirteenth state convention at Kansas City, Kansas, and a few of us hope to get to
ie Ninth National Convention at Montana State College next August.
Officers are Harold Rush, consulgBill Lightstone, vice-consul,Cathy Dickinson, scriptor, Elizabeth Harrington, quaestor,
nd Miss Ethel Cabbell, sponsor. Two of our members hold state offices: Betsy Anning, state secretary, and John Hare, state
The Key Club is as group of young Kiwanians in the high school. They publish a student directory
and do community work throughout the school year. The membership totals 26. Meetings are held
each Monday at 12:30. This year's officers were: Jim Moore, President, Kenny Morrow, Vice-Presi-
dent: Bill Ellis, Secretary-Treasurer: and Jim Beam and Wayne Roberts, Sergeants-at-Arms. This
year the organization conducted a soap sale and assisted the Kiwanis Club with projects such as selling
brooms, light bulbs, and helping in the Annual Pancake Day.
ROW ONE: Richard Field,
Phil Tate, john Ford,
jim Renolds, Tom
Bowser, Gary Brown,
ROW TWO: Phil Howard,
Steve Stangland, Tony
Kirk, jerry Brown, Wayne
Roberts, jim Beam,
Riley McCann, David
Hall ROW THREE:
Gary Schaub, H. P,
Appleby, Bill Ellis,
Ron Cerny, Roger
Morrow, jim Moore,
Steve Hopkins, jim
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QOn stepsj ROW ONE: Pam Brighton, Marcia Toney, Elizabeth Harrington. ROW TIMES
TWO: judy Donavan. ROW THREE: Dick Tyrell, Danny Berry, Andy Alderman.
ROW FOUR: Larry Hammick, jim Moore. fAt right -top to bottomj Chris Coyle,
,Tim Schwinn, jim Beam, Don Burgess, Ron Hamlin, Lynn Mahaffey, Alice
Davidson, joy Rutter, Wendy Williams.
Although journalism in CHS is designed primarily as a writing course, many students have gone into the field
in the past 25 years and have become well known as newspaper editors, columnists, writers for radio and TV,
and other similar positions.
While working steadily to produce this 1962 Twister, this year's publication classes were also successful in
editing and publishing fifteen issues of the school paper, the Tornado Times. Under the guidance of our
advisor, H. D. Sappenfield, every member of both classes was able to try his hand at just about every branch
of journalism operations. An honorary Twister staff was selected by Mr. Sappenfield according to each students
"extra"work and interest in the annual publication. However, every student in the department helped by
submitting his ideas as well as his time to its publication.
fOn stepsj ROW ONE: Gary Chancy, jane Kinsch, Cathy Dickinson, Betsy Anning. ROW
TWO: Bill Dunn, lim Simmons. ROW THREE: David Pitts, Dean Ivy, Butch Neese. fAt
left-top to bottomj H P. Applely, Steve Stangland, Phil Howard, Mike Schulz, Don Sappen-
field, Bonnie Odle.
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day "E:n'thquz1ke" hit
the sour note?
This year our sixty-three piece band was led through its many colorful and artistic drills by the
first girl drum major of the band's history, Linda Mahan. The director gf the band was Harvey
The 1961-1962 band participated in many activities this year. They appeared before every home
football game and providedourhome basketball games with excellent "Victory inspiring" music.
Among its other activities and accomplishments this year were a CHS band concert, a trip to the
Kansas University Band Day, an all SEK Band Festival, and a band trip during May. Funds for this
excursion were acquired by the selling of special candy bars.
The officers of this year's band were: President H P. Appleby, Vice-President, Ed Martin,
Secretary-Treasurer, john Hare,
ROW ONE: Becky Elder,
Toby Jones, Kenny Boles
Karen Bagby. ROW
TWO: Marcia Toney,
johnny Wagner, jack
Blackett, Fred Brown,
john Dunsworth, Barbara
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claimed to be a great drummer?
ROW ONE: Robert Horn, Sam Knight, Mike
Mason, Richard Martin, jim Faulkner. ROW
TWO: Brent Scott, Roger Rockwell, Ron
Cerny, john Hare, Larry Hammick, Fred
Strickland, C I. Crosetto, Tom Carpenter.
ROW ONE: Marsha Smith, Penny Carns, Fred-
die Tesh, Kristy Kloehr, Cynthia Hadden.
ROW TWO: Sue Elliot, Nancy Kirkman, Gary
Clausing, Bob Cudgen, jan Hosetter, Carolyn
Cowen, ROW THREE: Richard Couch, john
Owens, Jim Moore, Kay Williams, Waymeth
Hoobler, Linda Mahan.
As the season ended for the Robed Choir this
ear the can look back with pride upon their
regard of successful performances. The select W
group performed for the Thanksgiving, Christ-
mas, and the Easter assemblies, along with being
featured in both acts of Kavalkade.
The group also sang at the Choir Festival held
at Chanute, along with the district contest at
BACK ROW: Roger Gossard, Edward Mar1
hall, Jerome Green, jay Jennings, Drake Gri
Thield, Sandy Robinson, GeorgiaAdkins, I
Brent Scott. SECOND ROW: Judy lessen, Sl
Wishall, Iane Kinsch, Nancy Wilkinson, l
Williams, LindaCarter, SharonHutson. N
The MADRI GA LS
The Madrigals are a group of nine highly talen-
ted singers who are chosen from members of the
The year the group sang for the hospital's
Christmas party as well as for many civic
groups. They performed several numbers for
Kindley Kavalkade. The nine Madrigals tra-
veled to Pittsburg for the district music con-
ROW ONE Sandy Robinson, Nancy Ford, Kay Nigh, Sharon Hutson, Georgia Adkins.
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:Thurston, Ed Sapp, Bill Graham, Steve Misch Dea I
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rner, Sylvia Canady, Candy Cole, Vermastine Canady, Ti'm Harris,
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TURED: Nancy Ford.
Of course, you remember how
loudly Steve Misch used to sing.
The beginning choirs offer oppor-
tunity for those not in Robed Choir to
exercise their vocal chords.
These choirs are open to any student
who wishes to participate. Many will
go on to the more advanced groups.
Third Hour choir'
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' and Bugle Corps did many exciting things.
'em t The corps was ready to march by rodeo time after having
- spent many mornings and evenings practicing. Then came
f fl the football drills and the trips out of town. The theme
- J for the annual reunion, held Dec. 26, was "Three Coins
in the Fountain. " It was announced at this reunion that
- Carolyn Merrill was to be the new drum major for 1962-
' 1963. As well as basketball drills, the corps planned to
perform at the National jr. College Championship
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Merrill, Randy Thomas, Dixie Miller, Shirley Van Dyne, Pat Lowrance, Dennis Bowersox, Sally Willett. ROW THREE:
Susan Bumpass, Cary Miorandi, Suzanne Vlfhitmore, Richard Martin, Donnie Catlin, Dennis Reidel, Doug McCarter,
Richard Lett, Carol Davis. STANDING: David Pittenger, janet Clark, Celestine Briley, jo Elaine Heaven, Vicki
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The 1961-1962 Field Kindley orchestra has completed another year of making beauti
ful music for CHS'ers. The group, which met fourth hour this year, is composed of 31
pieces under the Supervision of Mr. Harvey Lewis.
Among their many activities the musicians hosted the SEK Orchestra Festival, played
for the Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Easter assemblies, played for both the junior and
senior plays, and took part in providing music for Kavalkade.
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low mellow screeehes?
LEFT TO RICHT: Dolly Blackett, Becky Elder, Nancy Kirkman, Judy Oran, Karen Bagby, Linda Mahan,
Kenny Boles, C. J, Crosetto, Edward Martin.
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ROW ONE: Carol Duckworth, Curry, Coble, Harrington, Rutter, Toney, Downey, Osborn, Kinsch. ROW TWO:
Schwinn, Montgomery, Clough, Iohnston, jaminet, Fitzgerald, Peggy Duckworth, Brighton, Nigh. ROW THREE
Cook, Bumpass, Koger, Hughes, Latinis, King. ROW FOUR: Boles, Mahaffy, Harris, Perry, jones, Hunt, Khloer,
Durken, House, Carter. ROW FIVE: Liebert, Lyberger, King, Alexander, Butler, Schaub, Lightstone, Eckhardt.
ROW SIX: Klumpp, Holiday, Schmidt, Hall, Mehl, NVidmer. NOT PICTURED: Hershey, Lewman, lNilliams,
Tim Harris, Hulsey, Jarrett, Steve Lightstone, Wishall, Allen, Tom Duckworth, Groom, Heaven, Hertweck,
McEver, O'Rear, Pfister, Rice, janet Sapp, Tate, Wishall, Waller.
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Sigma Pi, C H. S. 's honorary scholastic organization, is made up of students main- I," I '
taining a 3. 5 grade average or higher. The officers this year were: Peggy Duck- . . 8
worth, Secretary-Treasurer, joe Tongier, Francis Fitzgerald, Senior Board Membersg T K
Cary Schaub, Kenny Boles, junior Board Members, Susan Bumpass, Reporter. X
Sponsors for Sigma Pi were Miss Elaine Mullikan, Head Sponsor, Miss Avis johnson, W
Mrs, Edna Cape, Miss Lavonne Crawford, Mr. lim LeClere, Mr, joe Mason. The
initiation, the Christmas Party, the spring meeting, and the senior farewell were
the four scheduled meetings. As zi service project the members contributed the toys '..,
they brought for the Christmas Party to the Salvation Army.
Remember the day Peggy Duckwort
got an A-and promptly fainted?
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ROW ONE: jackson, Davidson, Funk, Groom, Osborn, Lewark, Carter, Lindsay. ROW
TWO: Mueller, Mahaffy, Robins, Wright, Dornan, Burghart, Briggs, Tobi jones, Smith,
Bever. ROW THREE: King, Stanley, Kirkman, Wray, Sauer, Mahan, Chambers, johnson,
Drenner, Doris jones. ROW FOUR: Tongier, Latinis, jennings, Martin, Sylvia Canady,
Abram, Durkin, Bailey, Toney. ROW FIVE: Nancy Ford, Spinger, Oliver, Cook, Curry,
Miller, Gail Hunt, Turner, Horn. ROW SIX: Pris Ford, Read, Mummert, Willet, Betty
Hunt, Fitzgerald, Thompson, Austin. ROW SEVEN: Miss Hall, Fields, Mclntosh, Gracie
Canady, Hendrix, Deriker, Harding, Scott.
The Girl's Athletic Association is an organization whose
objective is to promote good sportsmanship, fellowship, and
This year's officers were Nancy Ford, President, jean Bever,
Vice-President, Donna Day, Secretary-Treasurer, Gracie
Canady and Marcia Toney, Board Members, and Sharon Cook,
The members participate in at least one of three intra-mural
sports--basketball, bowling, and volleyball. Medals are
presented to the members of the championship teams for
H URRI CAN ES
The girls swim club, organized last year, Chose the name
Hurricanes. The requirement for joining this group is to be
able to use five different strokes in swimming 80 laps of the
pool, The girls swam after school. Synchronized swim skills
were learned and put to use in their swim show which was
Susan Johnston, Audie Allen, Karen Gump, Suzy Kinnick,
Elaine Meek, Vivian Long, Ianet Lowrance, Penny Carns,
Sharon Newman, Caroline Zeigler, and the sponsor, Miss
planned for May 7. Popular music served as the metronome.
The president of the clubwwas Elaine Meek Karen Gump
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ROW ONE: Tom 'Lovell, Tony Kirk, lim Wishall, Fred Mueller, jim Enloe, Elvert Fields. ROW TWO
Mike Caulfield, Ray Harell, joe Wishall, jack Goode, jerry Wishall, Roger Shaw, Pat Lackey, Paul
Zaschike. RONV THREE: Dean Burnett, Gary Bracken, Charles Victory, Russ jordan, jim Brinkman,
jack Smith, Bruce jaggers, Mike Wishall. ROW FOUR: Raymond Byrd, james McIntosh, Wendell Har
rington, Harold Uppendahl, Bill McGuire, Earl Denny, jerdie Wayne Victory, john Holiday, David
Harzell ROW FIVE: Mr. Harris, Delbert Coons, Don Clayton.
In the Future Farmers of America Organization for 1961-1962 40 merr
bers were enrolled Tony Kirk served as president Fred Mueller as vice
president Elbert Fields as secretary jim Enloe as treasurer lim Wishall as
reporter ind Archie W iltrip 'ts sentinel
Eighteen boys exhibited livestock at the Inter State Fair in 1961 Among
Q GATIQN 6 those who brought home superior ribbons for their livestock were the follow
s 1? -D ing Charles Victory First Place Hampshire Fat Lamb Lonnie Erwin Reserve
Q Af 1 Crand Chapion Fat Steer jim Bever Champion Shorthorn Fat Steer Delbert
af Coons First Place Yorkshire Fat Barrow Russ jordan Reserve Champion Mon
f og L fb t idile Ewe Fred Mueller First Place jr Yearling Ayrshire Heifer Don
QEQO 5 F F A Clayton First Place jr Yearling jersey Heifer
1 U ln the fall the F F A boys made a trip to Tulsa to attend the state fair
Also the chapter hosted the thriteenth annual Parent nd Son Banquet on
February 26 at Ted's Grill
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BEGTNNERS - Four Trophies EXPERIENCED - Four Trophies
1st - lola Sweepstakes - El Dorado
' 2nd - Muskogee Nationals
2nd - Muskogee 2nd - Highland Park
3rd - El Dorado
3rd - Parsons
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Field Kindley's debaters recorded an outstanding won-loss tally this season. The nine top experienced debaters
compiled a mark of 146 wins and SO losses, while the eight top novices won 130 and dropped but 43. Their com-
bined record, then, was 276 wins and 93 losses. A total of eight trophies Q-and one coconut at the Little Nationals,
were won. The experienced squad started the year off on the right foot by bringing back two pieces of "hardware"
from El Dorado. The entire team was responsible for a sweepstake trophy while Hodge and Mehl brought back a
third place token. Harrison and Widmer, later, won second place at the Little Nationals in Muskogee, losing to
Miami Beach, Fla The Widmer-Hodge duo placed second at the Topeka Highland Park Tourney. Meanwhile,
the novice "tonguesters" opened their year with three teams winning 15 out of 16 at Fredonia. At lola, King and
Klumpp won first place. One of the sweetest laurels came when, at the Little Nationals, the teams of Boles-Liebert
and Hall-Schaub tied for first and second. flncidentally, defeating Miami Beach to even accountsfj Hall and
S l ' b ent on to take third at Parsons. Paul Hodge and Ken Boles led their respective divisions for better winning
percentages. Fifteen debaters qualified for letters this year, a record number.
D A TE AT LEFT, Row ONE Paul Hodge, Russell
Mehl, Gene Harrison. ROW TWO: Richie
Widmer, Wayne Courtright, Roger King,
Roger Williford. ROW THREE: David
Bennett, Don Burgess, Karen Gump,
Kenneth Boles, jim Liebert. BACK
ROW: David Hall, Gary Schaub, jim
Schwinn. SEA TED AT RIGHT, ROW
ONE: Danny Bryant. ROW TWO:
Richard Pyle, jim Klumpp, Robert
Nellis, l'Vesley Kime. ROW
ROW ONE: Marcia Toney, joy Rutter. ROW TWO:
jane Kinsch, Mary Anne johnson, Cathy Dickinson,
Pam Brighton, Wendy Williams. ROW THREE: Ken
Casida, Paul Hodge, Bill johnson, David Pittenger,
Bill Graham. ROW FOUR: Bill Ellis, Richie Wid-
mer, jim Womack, and Ed Kirkman.
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STA GE PROD UCTIUN
The backbone of the theatrical presentations
of CHS is largely the sincere and diligent actions
of the Stage Production class. These people plan
and write the script for Kindley Kavalkade as
well as design and build the colorful sets. After
Kavalkade is over they dismantle all sets and start
to work on ideas for next year's show. The stage
production class also makes the sets for both the
junior and Senior plays.
The sponsor is Mr. Kenneth Burchinal.
TOP AT RIGHT: Ken Casida, Myron Fahler,
Mike Mason, Ed Kirkman, Don Bean.
AT RIGHT: Sharon Hutson, Pat Taylor, Martha
Blickensderfer, Mary Ann Abram, jean Osgood,
Ellen Barnhart, Ioyce Harris.
Sponsor and Director
An eventful and successful year for the senior mem
bers of CHS's troupe 317 of the National Thespians
Society was highlighted by the superb presentation of
this year's senior play "Charley's Aunt. "
The Thespians pictured here were chosen from last
year's junior play cast and this year's Senior play cas
by regulations and standards set by the national
society. The 1962 junior class selections were not
available at the time of this writing. This year'S
Thespians was a very active chapter. They had an
iniation assembly during book-week where each
newcomer depicted a famous novel before the stu-
Officers this year were: President, Bill Ellis: Vice-
President, jane Kinschg and Secretary, joy Rutter.
THE 1962 TWISTER STAFF
CO-EDITORS . . . Pam Brighton, Joy Rutter
ASSOCIATE EDITORS. ,... Jane Kinsch
PHOTOGILXPHY EDITOR. , . . Ron Hamlin
COPY EDITORS . . . . . XVendy Williams
IDEPARTMENT EDITOR .... Alice Davidson
W The honorary staff ofthe 1962 TWISTER was
responsible for a major part of the work done on
this year's bookg however, each journalism stu-
dent participated in its production.
We of the staff hope that the many hours of
hard work devoted to this memory book have
resulted in the greatest TWISTER ever.
W Our photographer
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H. D. SAPPENFIELD
jUNIOR PLA If
ROW ONE: Terry Henry, Don Burgess. ROW
TWO: Larry Smith, Ronnie Holmes, Ken
Boles, Tom Carpenter. STANDING: Mary
Anne Downey, Mary Ann Mahaffy, Nancy
Kirkman, Dana McLeran, Mary Ann Hulsey,
Judy Donovan, Celia Long.
ROW ONE: Linda Coble, Pat Vanderpool, Car
ROW ONE: Wendy Williams, Joy Rutter, Pam Brighton, Alice David-
son ROVV TWO: Jim Simmons, Jane Kinsch, Elizabeth Harrington,
and Ron Hamlin.
ol Braden, Barbara
Foster. ROW TWO: Karen Bagby, Vicki Crossen, Joyce Heston,
Linda Heidiman udina Conwa , Gloria Nord
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Joyce Harris, Lynn Shannon. NOT PICTURED:
The Junior Class
The 3-Act Mystery-Farce
"IN CASE OF MURDER"
March 29-30, 1962
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Ceorge Nevvcombe ....... Don Burgess
Emily Newcombe . . Mary Ann Hulsey
Orville Sanders . . . . Kenneth Boles
Susette . . . Mary Anne Downey
Lady Opal. .
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This is the thirty-third year of pep and service that the
Tornado Tillies have given to CI-IS.
During their busy year, the Tillies have had such activities
as the following: advertising athletic games by making and
displaying posters, and through the sale of schedule pencils
and season ticketsg planning coronations and pep assemblies,
and attending home games, as well as some out-of-town.
The group ushered at the junior and Senior plays. The annual
alumnae reunion titled "Winter Wonderland" was held Nov.
24 this year. The Tillies also enjoyed their annual Christmas
and Easter parties. New members were initiated and the
Anne K P Marlene iigigigeactivity was the Senior Farewell held at Rock Point
fl King L Stanley New gold sweatshirts were added to the Tillie uniforms
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SEATED: Sharon Martin, jim Simmons, Ron Hamlin, janet Khuns, jean Osgood. STANDING:
Larry Hammick, Nancy Ford, Miss Helen Glaser, Wendy Williams, Wesley Kime.
The Field Kindley junior Red Cross Council of 1961-1962 can look back in retrospect on another year of fine service
to this communit . Their greatest undertaking was the enrollment for junior Red Cross in the grade schools. Other
projects throughout the year included assistance as typists and aides at city bloodmobile drives, Christmas gifts that
were sent to orphans, and a school chest sent to a foreign country. A water-safety program was also on the agenda with
various wateresafeqf certificates presented to deserving students.
Sponsors for the organization are Head Chairman, Miss Helen Glaser, Water Safety Chairmen, Miss Delores Hall,
and Mr. Paul Crandell.
This year's officers were Student Chairman, Ron Hamlin, Assistant Chairman, jim Simmons, Secretaries, Janet Kuhns
and Sharon Martin, Treasurers, Mary Ann Mahaffy and jean Osgood.
jfs. RED CRQSS
Probably ,the newest organization at C. H. S. is the Candy Stripers which was organized during the year under the
sponsorship of the Kayettes. The hospital had wanted to start the Candy Striper group for some time and through
the Kayettes it was possible.
The girls, in their red and white uniforms, help at the hospital in many ways, their main job is to aid the nurses
One of the objectives of the group is to give gi
good way to help girls decide whether they would ever want to enter medicine or nursing as a profession.
the 'rls a chance to experience the hospital activities. This is a
CANDY STRIPERS, ROW ONE: Cathy Dickinson, Celia Long, Mary Coppock, Karen Bagby, Barbara Bilderback,
Mary Ann Hulsey, Sandy Robinson. ROW TWO: Sandy Compton, Linda Mahan, Melinda Ball, Mary Smith, Sharon
Hutson, Betty Hunt. ROW THREE: Darlene Brown, Charlotte Sage, janet Kuhns, Linda Baker, Frances Fitzgerald,
Lyn Mahaffey, Dana McLeran, Evelyn Franks.
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TWO: Fred Mueller, Phil Rodriguez, Willy Fields, jim Womack, Bob Hendrix, Russjordan, Mike Schultz, Butch Jael
ROW THREE: Don Morgan, Robert Williams, Larry Smith, Billy Dunn, Phil Howard, Steve Hopkins, Curt Georg
ROW FOUR: Head Coach Don McWhirt, Ron Cochran, Steve Misch, Phil Linville, joe Thurston, Gary Chaney, Stex
Ilollyfield, Asst. Coach O.P. Stoner.
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THE GOLDE I TORNADO
ZND IN S. E. K. STH IN STATE
The 1961 -62 Golden Tornado finished the grid season with a very
commendable seven won, one lost, and one tie record. The Tor-
nado finished second in the S. E. K. standings and fifth in the state.
The locals began the season by surprisingly playing the always
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for the Coffeyville crew was a 64 -O Victory over Pittsburg.
Coffeyville placed high on the All -S. E. K. team with jim Beam,
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Fred Muellerg While Tony Kirk and Steve Clark received honorable
mention. The Tornado also placed Moore and Rush on the All-
American Team that is selected every year by a group of
Oklahoma City sportsmen.
Tornado Trall S.E.K. Standlngs
C. I-I. S. - Opponent
Sept. 15 - Ioplin 19 - 19 ftiej Independence 77040
Sept. 12 - Columbus 31 - 7 Coffeyville 6-1-O
Sept. 29 - Parsons 6 - O Columbus 4e3-O
Oct. 6 - Fort Scott 32 - 18 Parsons 3-3-1
Oct. 13 - Chanute 23 Q 7 Chanute 3-4-O
Oct. 20 - Nowata 21 A 8 Fort Scott 3-4-O
Oct. 27 - Pittsburg 64 A O Iola 1-6-O
Nov. 1 - Iola 35 - O Pittsburgh O-6-1
Nov. 10 - Independence 13 - 18
Second In S.E.K.
Second In Campus
Third In Regionals
A Good Year
The Golden Tornado started off the 1961-62 campaign with seven returning lettermen and a victory over Fort Scott.
One week later, however, a cloud of gloom settled over C'ville as the Tornado blew a lead in the last few seconds
and lost to Independence 53-51 in overtime, They bounced back to win over Altamont and Columbus before their
first encounter with the Vikings. It was at the Parson's Contest that Coffeyville first was hit by the flu-bug which was
to continue to harrass the roundballers through the bulk of the season, Nearly every player was at one time out of
action because of illness. During this time C'ville dropped their encounters with Parsons and Chanute. However, during
this time the Coffeyville crew went to the finals of the Campus High tournament with victories over Ark City and
Shawnee Mission East. They came in second behind Wichita East, the number one team in the State. Upon recovering
physically, the Tornado set out to gain revenge for their earlier setbacks. After returning from Campus, the Tornado
lost only a contest with the strong Springfield Parkview by three points after having car trouble and arriving late and
tired after the long trip. This stretch run included wins over Independence, Chanute, and Parsons and took them up to
the Regional Tournament. The win over Parsons knocked the Vikings from the league championship and enabled the
Tornado to move into second place. Also during this time the CHS squad racked up 90 points against lola to establish
a Field Kindley gym scoring record. Playing in the regionals at Parsons the javatowners downed Chanute in the
opener, then lost a one-point heartbreaker to the Vikings on a much desputed goal made by them after time ran out.
The Tornado took third by trouncing the S. E. K. champs from Indy on the last night. Schwinn and Bever were
All-S. E. K. selections while jones and Moore received honorable mention.
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Richard Starnes, jerry Hollyfield, Dick
Tyrell, james Schwinn, Phil Linville,
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The Tornado Tra1l S-E-IQ SIHI1d1I1gS
C,H, S, Opponent Iola 47 - 34 Final S, E, K. Standings
Fort Scott 51 - 41 Springfield Parkview W---L
Independence 51 - 53 56 - 59 Independence 12-- 2
Altamont 60 - 35 Pittsburg 76 - 58 Coffeyville 11---3
Columbus 66 - 29 Iola 90 - 47 Parsons 11---3
Parsons 46 - 72 Chanute 55 - 34 Ft. Scott 7 ---- 7
Pittsburg 48 - 43 Parsons 42 - 40 Pittsburg 7 ---- 7
Fort Scott 59 - 55 REGIONAL TOURNEY Chanute 6 ---- 8
Chanute 62 - 71 Chanute 48 - 45 lola 1---13
Campus Tourne fSecond Placej Parsons 47 - 48 Columbus 1---13
Independence 54 - 52 Indy 68 - 58
Columbus 70 - 39
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ROW ONE: jim Scofield, Tom Duckworth, Richie Bonham, Riley McCann, Steve Lightstone, Harry Strausburger,
Bill Ellis, Dick Wade. ROW TWO: Ed Bonhanan, Ed Martin, Roger Blake, John Tongier, Mike Belt, Richard Hen-
drix, Charles Kyte. ROW THREE: Coach Ed Poort, Fred Brown, Dwayne Childers, Bill johnson, Bob Brewster, Tom
Bowser, Stewart Martin.
TOR ADO TA KER
The '61-'62 Tornado Tankexs had a very fine season finishing third in
the State. The team was led by the very capable new coach Ed Poort,
Although eleven returning lettermen bolstered the squad, a lot of the
success for this year's swim team came from newcomers, especially
sophomores. Winning three duals and losing four ftwo of the Oklahoma
State Championsj, the Tornado showed much ability in winding up the
3rd in State
season by narrowly missing second in the state.
C. H. S. will be losing Bill johnson, Richard Bonham, Bill Ellis, Rich-
ard Hendrix and john Tongier by graduation. However, with the help
of Coach Poort, Field Kindley expects to have another great season next
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The GOLDE GALE GRIDMEN Undefeatedi
For the third time, since the Golden Gale football squad was formed four years ago, the
team finished undefeated. The sophomore squad won all five encounters and yielded but
three touchdowns. While the offensive unit racked up 110 points, the defense gave up only
Galg Trail 18 and only one touchdown on the ground,
This year Coach Thomas had the crew entirely by himself. He thinks this year's squad
Columbus 2046 was one of the best he has ever coached. The group did not have any real outstanding
Altamont 26-O players but played well together as a team. The members had to do a lot of practice
Parsons 23-6 work on their own while Coach Thomas was helping others. This is why he feels they
Chanute 20-O were sucli great kids to coach.
The leading scorers for the Gale were Ronnie George and Phil Tate. The outstanding
linemen were Mike Caulfield and jack Chowning. Other promising players are fbacksj
jim Reynolds, john Ford, flinemenj Roger Neal, and Charles Kastler.
Independence 25 -6
ROW ONE: Gary Brown, Ronnie Adkins, Wilbert Spears, Riley Cartwright, Don Barker, Jerome Green, Walter Ray.
ROW TWO: Dean Burnett, Warren l-leady, Ronnie Woods, Kenneth Denny, Gary Elias, jim Reynolds, Bob Gudgen,
Larry Murrow. ROW THREE: Brent Scott, Stewart Martin, Gary Tatum, Larry Cochran, Phil Tate, Bill McGuire,
Larry Smith, Mike Caulfield, Wayne MCC ausland, Bill McCutchen, Toney England, Coach Thomas. ROW FOUR:
Mike McCann, jackie Chowning, Larry Todd, David Bennett, Cary O'Rear, Paul Wilson, Brooke Kendall, Alan
Wilson, Earl Denny, Robert Nellis, Ronnie George, Frederic Pringal, Charles Kastler, john Ford.
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ROW ONE: Fred Strickland, Don Morgan, Fred Mueller, Steve Stangland, Willie Fields, Grant Bever, Harold Rush,
Ron Cerny, Dale Cosper, Jerald Medsker, Steve Clark. ROW TWO: Larry Akins, Curtiss George, Robert Williams,
Raymond Crow, john Tongier, Gene Harrison, Tim Harris, lim Scofield, LeRoy' Phillips. ROVV THREE: Larry Smith
Gary Elias, Stewart Martin, Jerome Green, jay Jennings, Phil Howard, Larry Gonzalez, Vincent johnson, Kenneth
Denny. ROW FOUR: Earl Fowler, Archie Waltrip, Russell Olewinski, Bill Ford, jack Chowning, Phil Rodriquez,
Steve Hopkins, Phil Linville, Larry Todd. ROW FIVE: john Ford, Phil Tate, Charles Kastler, Ron George, Eddie
Neal, Gary O'Rear, Sylvester Wilson, Brooke Kendall, Bill Shutte, Greg Boyer. ROW SIX: Ron Lyberger, Don Mc-
Whirt, Bruce Hartman. NOT PICTURED: Steve Misch, Larry Hammick.
TORNADO TRACK s.E.K. CHAMPS 1960-61-f62?J
S. E. K. Meet--Pittsburg
Due to the mid-March Twister deadline, the results ofthe 1962 track season can-
not be given here. However, with the fact that CHS won the SEK league in 1960 and
1961, and that this year's cinder crew was bolstered by 12 returning lettermen, the
'62 outlook was very-promising.
Coach Don McWhirt and some great prospects from last year's underclassmen,
and he expected as many or more, such boys this year. Harold Rush, one of the
returning lettermen, was elected captain for the 1962 season.
The twelve returning lettermen, who were expected to carry much ofthe load,
are: Harold Rush, jim Moore, jim Beam, Grant Bever, Ron Cerney, Dale Cospar,
Fred Mueller, Steve Stangland, Fred Strickland, Don Morgan, Roger Neal. These
boys were expected to close the gaps left by last year's seniors.
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ROW ONE: Chris Coyle, jim Simmons, Ron Hamlin, Bruce Leahy, jerry Thomas, Drake
45 6 Grigsby, john Schmidt. ROW TWO: Don Sappenfield, Richard Martin, David Hall, Dean
'A' Ivy, Wayne Courtright, Roger Smith. ROW THREE: Tom Durkin, Myron Fahler, Steve
Brunger, Mike Mahaney, Mike Mason, Robert Horn, Coach Mose Nels.
The golfers got new
uniforms in '62
Ark City Invitational
S. E. K. - Iola
Regional - Wichita
State - Salina
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Field Kindley's golf coach, C. P. "Mose" Neis, opened the season with nine re
turning lettermen. This year's team was expected to surpass last year's fine team
which placed first in SEK, fourth in regional, and eighth in state meets. Six in-
vitational meets had been scheduled for this season in addition to SEK, regional,
and possibly state meets. With seventeen squad members, prospects looked prom-
ising for a banner year.
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The Golden Gale basketball team of C. H. S. finished out the year with a 12-4 record.
They suffered defeat at the hands of only three league teams and one non-leaguer-Spring-
The Gale, the C. H. S. "B" team, was composed of sophomores and juniors. These juniors--
Phil Griffith, Jerry Hollyfield, Phil Howard, Phil Linville, Steve Misch, Richard Starnes,
Darrell Sumner, and Dick Tyrell--are members ofthe "A" squad, who play on the Gale
team primarily for experience.
Taking the Gale scoring honors were Steve Misch and Darrell Sumner with 105 and 103
points respectively. High tallying men from the sophomore end of the team were Riley
Cartwright with 96 and Paul Wilson with 94.
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oranda, Gary Brown,
Roger Smith, Gary
Durst, Ron Lyberger.
ROW TWO: Riley
Denny, Charles Kast-
ler, Mike Caulfield,
jim Voelske, john
THREE: Coach Harold
Thomas, Walter Hare
Paul Wilson, Brooke
Wilson, Gary Elias,
Coach Oren Stoner.
Ft. Scott 38 - 40
Independence 44 - 36
Altamont 56 - 28
Columbus 65 - 34
Parsons 37 - 42
Pittsburg 71 - 40
Ft. Scott 38 - 34
Chanute 52 - 33
Independence 31 - 27
Columbus 73 - 37
lola 26 - 32
Springfield 56 - 66
Pittsburg 58 - 38
lola 59 - 33
Chanute 51 - 48
Parsons 55 - 48
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