Fort Scott High School - Yearbook (Fort Scott, KS)

 - Class of 1954

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Haberbosch, Superintendent, formerly Dean and Principal of the Junior college and high school, Mr. Haberbosch was deservedly promoted to the superintendency, and officially assumed his new position in August, 1953. Believing that its public schools are a determin- ing factor in the progress of Fort Scott, he con- stantly advocated the most sensible methods of education. A community is measured by the quality of its citizenry, thus, it becomes the duty of the schools to train students to become active, competent, happy citizens for the community of tomorrow. Zac! ,401-..ff s "' 4? 'Q ' 'T CHARLES M. BARNES, Assistant Dean and Principal Mr. Barnes vvas elected to till the newly created post of assistant principal and dean. He ably helps carry the burden of the many administra- tive duties ot the school. CHARLES W. TROGDON, Dean and Principal Mr. Trogdon is new to the Fort Scott school system, but he has already proved his ability to meet the heavy administrative responsibilities of his dual position. Quietly and efficiently, he makes long-range plans for school activities and services. Interested in both taculty and student- level problems, his ability will help translate ef- fort into achievement. N MRS, DAVIS Registrar MRS LaBELLE Treasurer 416- I 9 MRS. EPPS Attendance Clerk 1 I OFFICE STAFF-Left To righ1:Mrs. Epps, Mr. Barnes, Mrs. Davis, Mr. Trogdon. - nr " I is SNX 'CYS- MR, GQULD MR. CLINESMHH Miss OVERFIELD lm, Rel., Speech, Debafe, Dfa. Chorus, Chorale, Constitution, Constitution, American History, matics Inf. RSI. Iftf. 0 I MRS. HENDERSON Rhetoric, Business English, Ad- vanced Composition Mi55 WEDDLE MISS GINN MR. BEAMAN Bookkeeping and Typing Latin, World History, English, Physical Education Literature 1 LR' 5' Q' .,vv""' 1 ,i MR, BARNES MR. WATT MISS LUTES American History, Survey, Civ- Algebra, Coach Spanish, Penmanship, Spelling ilizalion, Debate, Economics MR, MCCRUM Band MR. FERRIN MRS. ROGERS WTHERS General Science, Chemistry l-lbf6fY Food' Clolhmg 3 X . MR. NELSON MISS O'CONNOR MR, EVES Mechanics English, Literature Woodwork MR. MORGAN Art, Art Annual MR. MCCAIN MISS KINGMAN MR. C, SMITH Printing Accounting, Shorthand Vocational Agriculture Mis ooNN MRS. STOCKEBRAND MRS, MABERRY L, EUQWSI 1 Urnalism Home Living, Clothing Typing, Physical Education iw R MR. EVERHART Biology, Health, Physiology, Anatomy, Zoology MlSS LESHER MISS HAMLIN MR. WATKINS Mathematics, Geometry a n d English, Literature Geometry, Physics Algebra , r 5 'ii 'IN c yi MR. HENZE Sociology, Psychoiogy, Meth- ods, Guidance MR. SMITH General Math, Driver Education Distributors of Daily Dute 1 S General Science Biology 21,--4: 61,7 ,, ,V rvff wr- gi? Y 'B " -A "' w hh rf? I' , 1 3- ' ,,.,,,9,, N X n L. f' x is . A in ik, y. if E S-f LQYK ia Q77 ,Q Axim ,Q-,.,q 62.4 :awp , , gf fi I E I gi '23, 4' A L AQ 531-: ,hr K. X Y 7 . fra V lk 1.51- 4? 5' 4: WW G ,..,.., ,-w PEGGY MYR!CK Freshman HORACE HAWKINS Freshman JUCO CLASS PICTURES ROBERTA CUMMINGS Freshman BOB JACKSON Freshman JEAN ARKLE Freshman BOB NAGLE Freshman X. MARGIE DEARING Freshman DAVID CULLOP Freshman WE ,s5,,x LORIANE HASTINGS Freshman HARRY HOPKINS Sophomore of 1' 2 rn RONALD SPENCER Sophomore BENNIE HALL Sophomore I5 "".7' ff JUANITA CHAMBERS Freshman DONALD BAKER Freshman EMMABELLE WEBSTER Freshman DUANE WILSON Freshman SANDRA DUDLEY Freshman DONALD PORTER Freshman RICHARD KING Sophomore BILL ESHELBRENNER Sophomore Q-wk 'TN-r 159 JOE MORRSSON Freshman DONALD HEBELER Freshman fbi off :WE RICHARD SCHMIDT . - Jvx Freshman g, NELSON GRIGSBY Freshman in fag i BEVERLY WILLERS Freshman KEITH HAWKINS Freshman jf ff'- CHARLENE REVES Freshman STANLEY GUNNELS Sophomore jfs M, m ' fs , l BETTY LAUBER Sophomore ALBERT WARD Freshman fa-'N 35- WARD IRIS ROSE Freshman ELDON CRANE Freshman VIRGINIA WOLF Freshman THOMAS GATEWOOD Freshman BOB BURNETT Freshman LILLY RUS-SAW Freshman 22,35 f ., ,V 9-'N 9334 .5 f .1 K W Jvl :xt Gb: 5: Q.. 3 "img . , wikfzgff 6. ' ' .QAM ,Him ,A tw' W 7,4 AF if Wim Qfiw y iw my .ivy vw Q .3 if ' 4' x , . f. , W xi., W 1 .3- RUBY PELLETT Sophomore DONALD PADDOCK Sophomore io' Cf-7' JORETTA DUNN Sophomore ROBERT SALMON Freshman Nl 'Yun' LOIS BEAL Freshman JIM MARTIN Sophomore fl Q 4-X nw s., X 'Ls 5, xyf, tw., . 4 . 1-- QT' ,-of ' xgbj 42: Q-4 1' NJN Q--if 'nf CLETA HOBBS Freshman GENE WUELLNER Freshman 'C' WAYNE WHISLER Sophomore DICK MCKEY Sophomore JOHN TOMS Freshman WAYNE THORPE Sophomore BETTY MORRIS Freshman LOWE FRISBIE Freshman DORIS HARLOW Freshman JERRY VOGT Freshman f FRANCES MCCAIN Freshman MCCULLY PARRISH Freshman f' Q MORRIS ROBINSON Sophomore VIRGIL ADAMS Freshman I JOHNNY HARRIS Sophomore ROY JOHNSON Freshman "T" ff 3 E92 'Gb 3'1- OU SH --4 019 I'T'l xl OG LARRY O'TOOLE Sophomore in mn ROY DODY Freshman BOB BEELER Sophomore fm bv Q77 J offs' to Y' 52' , I 'Q 3 JERRY CLARK JACK GREGORY HARRY NICKELL SODROVTWOVG Sophomore Sophomore fuk' ROBERT NELSON Sophomore 'Y' GARY MEYERS President of Juco Student Council L Y CRF-AN 1955 ? 345 Q V892 ibwkl Q fbi? dz Q if CANE Q W yx 2 L WF fd ?'f.'l J 1,1 gan LX 0 ll' n ,wQ,.jl,'.,f. 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QQu',i?- JUCO ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Left to right: George Nutter, Mrs. Henderson, Barbara McCIintic, Frances McCain, Emmabelle Webster, Don Typer. ffy, Sue Debe 6 L YU U N 10 O L.. Cisne BS n, Thom fU 'U 'U ID .C U7 .1 .C .9 I- O +- Q- Lo- 2 5 O L '0- nn C LZ GJ U P- O 1 Aurora nch, 2 3 C FU OJ 1, eu E x.. O Z uf QD C O 7 ru C C O Q CD .E I 3 an rv JL" 3 O .J 6 2 M U If C 3 2 an U1 C 4 C O C C fD .C LD 3. IU 1 b- U C M Z C E cn C C 4 X an E .C an 5 .9 L IU E GJ .2 L 2 U 5 I'O bin. Second L U3 U7 oi! .cry xx iii.: Vnff X ' ' Lk Q 'Ry if ul' 1" ,H :il 1 Z env f X wg .W I f li. J,-I-L-5 iya Ill p., 5 k s ., u xg, mx A. iff., sf' --1 S' 'r L, 4.5. t.., ,, ffld ZEN! ' ' A A 55? QU , Q A53 , -WI fix X 'gm -M , s +Mnf4"" 4 Asst Football Coach, K Smrbh uco Cheerleaders to r I Emmabeu Webster Coach Beaman Betty Morns Dons Harlow li J M 4? Y 3 r x V W W ' E ' W . -Q 10 5 V ,Q , Y? 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SUPPLEMENTARY BAND-First row, left to right: Elizabeth Findlay, Elaine Morrison, DeEtta Overman, Shirley Hill, Cecil Lou Culbertson, Bonnie Allen, Elaine Swender Sammie Marble, Elizabeth Bukaty. Second row: Duane Schamaun, Bill Lehnoffi Raymond McCrum, Tom Elliot, Ralph Scott. 0 D,' s Wwvwr glib" Q I 'K 1 V113 lo 21' mj'1J ,QA 4. 5 ssl Nv . I - N iw?"-wmaww 91 a n','n'0 og-,un no Gmini? ! f. -- ik V z I I ,. L' K+- ls '.... - - ,,......,.....-,- , 4 A, ,,.. 1 U, W ww V , gi IF' Y A ----1... YQ . , 41. A I , 4 , . I f . . K A ' '.-4 ,Q -. - - -wg " " K D I Y A x ,M M v ' , if W . V 'H NQ q Mr. A. L. Henze, Director of ..,f Guidance, in conference Z with a high school student STUDENT COUNCIL First row, left to right: Bob Sturdevant, Ernest Lee, Chlorine Rose, Marianne Hill, Arlene Hewitt, Carolyn Easterling, Elaine Morrison, Martha Atkins, Bill Coleman, Don Farmer. Second row: Earl Mills, Beverly Pellet, Betty Duncan, Janet Whiteside, Marilyn Jones, Susan Lowry, Miss Ginn. Third row: Bob Hardwick, C. L. Armstrong, Cleo Sharp, Larry Dunham, Kay Brinkman, Marianne Gench, Nina Cook, Beatrice Heffernan, Pat Karleskint, Dale Barney, Curt Shankles, Charles Allen. Fourth row: Fred Newcomb, Bernard Burnett, Hilton Claspill, George Carter, Bill Niles, Hughes Bukaty, Bill Lehnoff, R. O. Willard. ,,. .7,4.r 'V "'7f3L'.fv ' 'f'j2?'?g .V 1 'Egg A I - r' iff UW p , 5 , z l 1 , . P . ,, "' f' V 1 M J in , s., W ,.f v, ,I V ff 'if "R QQQAZ , . N ay, Q if 5 N.. 4 ..-.fr ' -fa w NX CHLORINE Rose DON FARMER Girls' Vice President Boys' Vice Presidenr --xf nib? 'Inv ELIZABETH FINDLAY Y - 'ur B1LL COLMAN Sruderr Cowwcf! Presrdem R. O. W1LLARD its ii Ai. PEGGY MASON THEODORE WOLF DEAN GARLAND 4-Q., ELAINE MORRISON CHARLES FRANZ S ROBERT PRYOR SHIRLEY HILL PHYLLIS EASTWOOD DONALD CARLSON FRANCES EASTWOOD LYLE PATTERSON if 'i 1717 JOHN JONTE JOYCE DRAKE JIM THORNTON DEETTA OVERMAN fi ir' 4""" i BEVERLY SANDERS FRANK WILLIAMSON BILL NILES I LORETTA KARLESIQNT MARJORIE MOWERY NORMAN Cszoss fi' 15' 15' s I WANETA JOHNSON LEROY BAYSINGER f lf '42 D LEON CLARK JOAN MORE G R Y V NWT A i' f r I S FRANCES WHITE JOHN CARROLL 'Wa in.: N AY ,uf MASSNER . hr Q""? TILLEY ANN BREWER LUTHER HEMBREE GEORGE CROSBY JOHN HUNSICKER JOHN KILIAN T wx 4 O TERRY CARSON C. L. ARMSTRONG w V P R Ni ...Ss f x' 'D if HPF! 249735 of f x-5111: . I MELVIN HARRIS fl 1 BILL CARPENTER ROBERT SC-HAFER JACK HOWELL DON MALONE GARY PULLIAM fi 4'-fx f X' -jg NORMA ELDER i A G i , S Q had g LUCILLE WILLIAMS ROLLIN SWAIM Donls FINDLEY KENN ETH HART E.-A ALLAN Hoon BETTY MCKEY 1-J 'G' fgf DUANE SCHAMAUN CHERIE MILLER If' JOYCE PHILLIPS MARION PHILLIPS X . KENNETH JOHNSON HSN 5' i" i I1 Juuus KARLESHNT CARMEN LEWIS DALE HAWKINS Nan 1-nur 'uf KENNETH IRBY BILL LEHNHOFF K ' -E? arg GEORGE HURD JOAN WILCHER MAIQIANNE HILL WILSON GRAHAM B SHIRLEY WHEELER DAVID TOOHEY 95: M ,x fer' RONALD WOOD 9 Q 1 , L ' fri :E - , 1 I BILL MATKIN i 41. 1 BEVERLY LEWIS JOAN JENKINS ROSELLA TOEPEER EDWARD KNOBLICH A bf ,, j f y 7 1 RUSSELL HOBERT NN 'uf' ' X- V' - .. l Fl 1 OE ..- SAMMIE MARBLE MARILYN L. JONES DALE BARNEY , -fA -Q.,-.H JANET VVHITESIDE LARRY LIVINGSTON 910' BOB INMAN NINA HEIM DONNA KAY WALKER ERNESTINE BILYEW TOMMY COONEY 'Cf' X in Q i ROBERT T. KAHLER BILL JENSEN EDNA POTTER MARY Lou Slssom FREDDY HUTCHISON PATRWCIA SCHWANZ ROY TOWNSEND TED Q KELLY HARVEY HALL ROBERT HARDWICK MARY Lou SPENCE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF '54 Earnestane Balyew leaves her height to Lois Dody Tally Ann Brewer walls her quaet ways to La Mae Richardson C L Armstrong walls has large biceps to Bucky Bukaty Julaus Karleskant walls has abalaty to ludge hogs to John Durham Bill Jensen leaves to Richard Haxon has worn out cowboy boots Joyce Drake leaves a lock of her dark haar to Davad Sharp Frances Eastwood leaves her abalaty to play the accordion to Eugene Paane John Jonte leaves has lakang for physics to Kent Patterson Pete Wolf leaves has abalaty to play football to Gary Tucker Davad Toohey Bob Inman and Larry Lavangston wall their way to get out of things an Ameracan Hastory class to Flash Rankin Herman Koppa and Karl Fraday Phyllas Eastwood walls her beautiful voace to Paula Savage Norma Elder leaves her glasses to Carolyn Duncan Elizabeth Fandlay leaves Don Farmer to Anna Marae Cooney LeRoy Basanger leaves has height and muscles to Tommy Quick Eddie Knoblach leaves has burnt out Model A to Donald Cummings Luther Hembree walls has great height to Jammy Schmitz Doras Fandley walls her A H awards to Sue Spears Nana Heam leaves her class office to Roberta Thurston Marianne Hall leaves her speaking abalaty to Helen Fandley John Hunsacker walls has abalaty to play the tuba to Lavon Haller Bob Kahler leaves has share of the Daxae Creme Donut shop to some lucky lunaor got at first Sharley Hall leaves her place an the debate class to DeAnn Banwart Joan Jenkans walls her abalaty to play basketball to Gary Luck Waneta Johnson leaves her pleasant voace to Roberta Jackson Harvey Hall leaves has keen mand to Ronald Sann Allan Hood leaves has weaght to Walter Coleman Maralyn L Jones leaves her short haar cut to Saundra Stuart Kenneth Hart leaves has abalaty to play quarterback to Gary Luck Loretta Karleskant walls Bob Pryor to Phyllas Adamson Beverly Lewas leaves her kand personalaty to Frances Chapman Leon Clark would lake to leave someone has truck but Maxane Seaver got at farst Ball Coleman leaves to Davad Sharp has abalaty to be a leader Tommy Cooney walls Murray Lockwood has abalaty to come late to class Betty McKee leaves her place as drum malor to Maxane Graham Sammae Marbles leaves her worn out Messaah book to Eula Mae Nelson Gary Pualaam leaves all has excuses to get out of class to W Wanshap Peggy Mason leaves her black haar and Ameracan Hastory book to Charlotte Faarbanks Ball Nales leaves has worn out drum stack to Jerry Scott Cherae Maller walls their new convertable to Sylvaa Brann Kenneth Irby leaves all has slightly used A sto Donald Foulk Kenneth Johnson leaves Mallacent Sample to Tom Elliott af he as bag enough to take her Joan More leaves her abalaty to scream to any quaet aunaor garl Elaane Morrason leaves her musac abalaty to Sharley Culp Ball Lehnhoff leaves has slide rule to Ball Wallaams Dale Barney was going to will everything he had to some iunior, but Marilyn Jones John Krlran leaves all hrs cattle and hogs to some lucky grrl rn FHA Bob Hardwrck wrlls hrs abrlrty to use the lrnotype to Art Duesr Freddy Hutchrson leaves hrs curly harr to Jerry Yoke Marlorre Mowry leaves her posrtrons as assembly door keeper Frtzsrmmons Carmen Lewrs leaves all hrs gum to Mrss Overfreld Bob Schafer leaves hrs red harr to Theresa Rer DeEtta Overman wrlls her abrlrty to catch the fellows to Martha Stanbro Joyce Phrllrps leaves her wrn out hrstory book to any runror Duane Scharnaun leaves hrs long srlky harr to Susan Lowry Bob Pryor leaves hrs lrkrng for grrls to Donald Harrrs Lyle Patterson wrlls hrs trumpet to Pat Gorman Russell Hobert leaves hrs great brarn to Lours Gray Don Farmer leaves hrs nrckname of Frrendly to Wayne Burnett John Carroll leaves hrs abrlrty to draw to Gary Rylander Edna CHuntj Potter leaves her Amerrcan Hrstory book to Corene Mrlls Ray Massner wrlls hrs cast off broken arm to Bob Porter Chlorrne Rose leaves her offrce as grrls vrce presrdent to Leona Lader Jack Howell leaves hrs srster s convertrble to Dorrs Deesler Brll Carpenter wrlls hrs old hat to Ed Cunnrngham Beverly Sanders wrlls her robs at the Y M C A to Cleo Sharp Donald Carlson wrlls hrs love for photography to Murray Lockwood Terry Carson leaves hrs boomrncr vorce to Brll Smrth Patrrcra Schwanz leaves her slrm frgure to Retta Frsher Norman Cross leaves hrs glasses to Perry Vandyke Mary Lou Srsson leaves Charles Leftwrch to Emma Bowen Ted Kelly leaves hrs pleasrng smrle to Sonny Wrster Mary Lou Spence leaves her bookkeeprng workbook to Betty Wrllrams Don Malone wrlls hrs abrlrty to run to Beverly Krull Charles Franz leaves hrs bashfulness to Charles Leftwrch Rosella Toepfer leaves her posrtron rn the cafeterra to Sylvra Swarts Melvrn Harrrs wrlls hrs turned up collars to Gary Ange R O Wrllard leaves hrs abrlrty to shot put to Frank Krncard Donna Kay Walker wrlls a few of her cute clothes to Wrlma Sumpter Dale Hawkrns wrlls all hrs A s to Arlene Hewrtt George Crosby leaves hrs rob at Whrtesrdes to Bernard Burnett Shrrley Wheeler leaves a few of her freckles to Beatrrce Heffernan Ronald Wood leaves hrs nrckname Ab to Drck Wagers Roy Townsend wrlls hrs car to Phrl Phrllrps Frances Whrte wrlls her place as treasurer of the annual class to urer rn that class Jrm Thornton wrlls some of hrs soothrng vorce to Lavon Haller Janet Whrtesrde leaves her abrlrty to draw to Frances Mason Rollrn Swarn leaves hrs long strarght harr to Donald Harrrs Joan Wrlcher wrlls her abrlrty to carry on a conversatron to Phyllrs Tucker Brll Matkrn leaves all hrs excuses for comrng to class late to Robert Stark Lucrlle Wrllrams leaves Dexter Clark to Betty Duncan Dean Garland wrlls hrs old Amerrcan Hrstory papers to Bernard Johnson to Marrre next yea r's treas - - n - n . . . , . . . . , . . . . . , . - - n u - E. 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Jenkins I KN4 Rylander Stanbro Tucker Stanley Smith Huff J Duncan Flndley Dues: Ashworth Durham M Graham vj-l -1 fe 'W 1 1 Q Z Phullnps Wullrams Culp Gorman DeBerry Cummings WW Kru Cummungs Ha Allen Cunnungham Z of 'P Fu-.QI l K0 M Wy Harlan Haller Harris Yoke Kalm Futzsnmmons 1 I s I '1 5 4 L A ' S- . , . A Q P. J' ' 'Q ' i J. 1 L . . D. . N574 I f M' V .5 2 v ' .. P. z .x 5 V L. N .- ' A. A .J J. ' l . I , C '9- E- 1. . ' M xl . iff 'l'l . A, 1 'A', l"' P' 4 ' , R. Jackson . 2 .G , .3 B. u 1 . E. Il Q ' J . . B. . Y ' . Q:-fi Ji. . E ' 1+ ,Q t . . ev ' 3? 3 H c. J ' ' H. ' -. f . , . "' - . 1 1 Q A. A X 4- X l ' W2 at V , x I - rf C. 1 l l 1. L. ' l 'P ' D. ' ' J. R. J fl . . f if: . . V f mf F. Kincaid M. Seaver R. Thurston C. Leftwich W. Sumpter M. Lockwood G. Wise V W. W Qf,,2v.,3.?5- .-,-.p- ..,.-.... Ing' -an I '51 3 A W V1 . , ,. J., -. 'EA 3'4" 443 41. .A f x aziiiiiwffgf ,ff 55 av 1, 41.-Q 'x -n .Sv MQ X'-xx K J ti .J T. Schreiner M. Atkins H. Carr W. Patterson M. Gench J. Clinton L. Williamson 3 'Q .of '15 A 5 IL 1 1 L- DUfWlWGm R- Campbell G. O'Dell B. Chambers A. Otto L. Crane G. Dallam .fu '3- . J '27 .l , - 'N 1'-1 Q 'C M. Jones C. Allen K. Anderson C, Ayers D. Cash H. Palmer I. Cummings I 0 f sf C. Bates B. Wilcher G. Carter W. Clark S. Cover F. Clary K. Graham 'U' 40 t , P Q 6 Q Lv . 'S' f - . f fl V A ' cu? F. Coffman C. Commons S. Hampton L. Cummings K. Harper B. Darity D. Bedingfield '73 df! rg 7? R- Williams C- Easlefllng V- Davben R. Elbrader H. Durbin S. Hart B- EfT1fiCk I L 1,9 " " raw C. Akin M. Grittit E. Shankel P. Wolters F. Portwood C. Schafer P. Salmon .7-3 .5 1 . f 7. -. 1 :V ., .., .. 'LL""..-Gi? , K glwvaefadk E. Stuart R. Roberts W. Mount M. Conard K. McCreedy N. Elliott R- Ke'WClfiCl4 S Nl 4-w'Y S J. Smith J. Winship L. Toepher M. Sample J. Atha F. Stainbrook P. Sims R. Wagner N. Wright F. Hollis S. Thorton D. Newberry E. Swender T. QUiCl4 ' Q ' Q 'ns' - Q, J 1 1 .a..E.'fSw.tAl I ' ' 1 , Lf C. Cummings B. Woods F. Schillings J. Schulz P. Thomas A. Taylor E. Coyan 'i fs I 1 ,f ,it .ii x Q .. x LZ X I J. Smith F. Crystall J. Miller C. Lawson S. Massey R. O'Neal D. Moran J French A C Balocca R Carter R Hayden R Carter H Coulas J Williamson 'Q Ps R Felt J Carter B Hodgson T Franklin C Hawkins D Hoskin P King ' 3 40 43, Graham S Howard J Jackson D Holland A Jones House C Culbertson 1 i sl. 3 M. Kerrick S. Johnson M. incaid C. Key H. Koppa H. Meyers . Land 1 li tl - A was -sf. s.,-4 -' f-lf' M, Lewis B. Smith W. Neth B. Webster G. Potter B. Smith P. Jacquinot l Q Q A , 'xv p 14 Q '-.J 2 wrt!! fd A' G ln I ' J. Scammel D. Baldwin R. Simmons G. Price M. Graham W. Rankin L. Baldwin . "' 53,1 4 , , mx 5 ff:r1ew"sf A at 5 Ax 1, S X B 4 ,"e' 5 Q Y 1 i R as .mia n , I M. Kiddoo E. Kincaid B. Nelson ,g 1 r' A I E. Lee Q J L. Niemeir - .Z N J. Payne limi! fm mmwi J 40 l,,j I O Xl vm T. More ' K. Ober H. Walker " A " H . Q A' J. Schulze 'W' 'T " J. Price g . L' " - F. Sanders I L Q, A x T A K D. McDonald K. Malone T. Hill B. Mason G. Kelley J. Matkins M. Post B. Maguire D. Meek L. ose M. Wynn L. Middleton l r X .fx L. Sheehy V. Smith on '. A V. Scott X' ' J. Seaver C. Spence 8 I. E L M. Taylor ' fv . ' TT .a 3 a 0, l' Ti , ' C 5 X14 .1 V I I 'Y' V N D , ' I r 4 X L ' 'TN ' H ' 1 l --1' '. L T0ePf6f L- Sinn L. Tucker C. Winship R. Vann C. Uftinger J, Verlder FRESHMAN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS D. Huff E. Bukaty N. Cook N. Cummins J. Fowler L, Zimmerman 2 t 4 NL 9 f X x ' D. Heffernan K. Cooney M. Epps L. Caldwell D. Button D. Shankel f"h 'F' 'Z' i M. Clasplll S. Grubb E. Cummingham E. Houk A. Hurd C. Easley X if ' -f Q' Xa if Si: R. Elbrader K. Kalm P. Karleskint N. Koppa L. Goodrich F. Griffith X :VN-J J. Knox L. Long E. Hall K. Harris J. McReynoIds K. BFFULUTWBVW 41 . i - ... EA. 'e"JYf?jI?ti :"' fJ my M , W 1 ' i R. Jackson D. Key P. Morrow C. Morton A. Murphy L. Landers .Qffi-.K .!' J:-4 of .-4 Cf! S. Bailey R. Blake G. Armour K. Atkins E. Bolan D. Ballou "-FEW Q 3 3 Nv T. Barton- R. Bollinger J. Brown K. Burnett B. Graden P. Clarida 40 Xa B. Bruce B. Craig J. Durbin P. Durkee A. Butler R. Button avg "' in .. Y A, ,., Vs 1+ ' D. Carter B. Franz N. Graham H. Claspill J. Gray W. Cook ws. f '35 .',. wp 'Q 1 1 , i D. Crawford P. Cummings K. Hopkins J. Davis J. Dickey K. Hutchison lf Af ' i 4 T'T-rg 'Pkg f 1 T ,A Q "-f-1. AJ 1 B. Hyden W. Ellsworth D. Findley B. Key R. Knox B. Haas D. Leslie R. Riley J. Reagan S. Riley W. Rose L. Mills B. Mitchell S. Russell B. Ruthrauff 'U dy D. Pargen J. Sanborn I M. smith ZX L. Smith R. Sanders '9 95' S. Sauvain . fy TW? ' H f P. Springer 5 i f ' G. Simpson .J f Q X ily l si g W , g K. Sinn R. Stureclervant D. Vann .. Q '45 C. Thebaut ' L D. Watters A D. Vender J. Wescoat M. Westhoff R. Wilson E. Wise J. Winston S. Wlif D. Wolfe 5 ff E. Ayers G. Woods B. Wolfe A. Wrench J. Wright C. Yeager P. Young QV f-gf I E E Aci1Vltl 01 17 1 Ii f m JUN! s N E g m fi ga QW BA T 't M.. UNIOR A A IW' -E 7' nb F ,Z 422' 2.- 51 ' Lmlgx ,Rv UL r' - -?'n EEZ.: 1 18353, 214!' 12f":f: ' bg Iwwwll K 3 C I G 5-'lt' ' ' ' 1 5' IPM M5 . - S ' W ? F ji-A f-iq' 1 'Z 'V sENuoRP ay 5? 4' Q! 1- f , 4 i 1 k L' , k u vi v- Y- lu 44' r-rv - HIGH SCHOOL DEBATE TEAM-First row, left to right: Jane DeBerry, Mr. Gould, Cecil Culbertson, Wally Patterson. Second row: Ronald Sinn, Bill Coleman, Shirley Hill, Kennith Irby. . lb. H T W R Y Pb P P , V - A ml'1?1'fig5. 'EF sg?- zfffw N f ' " . . ' ' v ,il .1 y , ' I K- 4 ' ng ' ' ' '17 l . 1 h ,T 'I F. . . Y . 5' f 5 ' 1 7 -I I ' - ' g . .- Q Q' It U Q Q 5 . L- W Q 5. ' "'.' up 5 """-vvx w 45.- ' , 1, . ff 2 , - 1 A 5. Q ix ' .4 1 , , A ,Zigi , ,, , , ' 4, ' .r . , f f f 4' f W + -:Max . t Q ,,,, a ll N y - 0 ' ,u ' ,rl ',v , ,,' , if 0+ ,,,-HX: 1 My A4 ,14,,' rg , iafw., rw ,W,,:,rg:. Y x 4 K ' 'f . - ff. ,-,,f .. A V 'i .1 """'tn:QL7 ii 2g?,,...lg,A , nh Zf,,2iQ,,fx. 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A, C SENIOR PLAY CAST l -- Left to rightg John Jonte, Donald Carlson, Sammie Marble, Elaine Morrison ,Bill Niles, Donna Walker Mary Lou Sisson, Kenneth Hart, Marianne Hill, DeEtta Overrnan, Don Farmer, Janet Whiteside, Kenneth Irby, Bill Lehnoff, Joan Wilcher, Cherie Miller, Nina Heirn, Elizabeth Findlay and Joan More. 8 ,. Q D , '07 lx: ai X u Q' 5.0 Og 1 nl b JUNIOR PLAY CAST Seated left to right David Sharp DeAnn Banwart Jerry Scott Susan Lowry Jane DeBerry B ll Williams Stand ng Ronald Snn Betty Duncan Sue Spears Arlene Hewitt Sondra Smart Tommy E t T52 go .W 5Fa.f...aiwwSWf5 ' 54. F 'Ji -W W9 5 EWING CLASS 5 5 ,WWA Qggfmq WW any '-ff y 1 -1:5 ' Aj M .-'-7 ' 3 ,Milf , mfg! ,, lt 'I V 'A V- 'f'- , g-vw-:Q ' f 1 fur:-nsllflh 5 mmm' .mu . V., M A A .uw-' ' 'T' - ga . 3' w,".15'A,g K. 1 .. as is f J ' gl K -FI ,Q A M W' . "' 'NF ' " " 3 N ' ' ' Kp ' . 35' S ' P N H Q V hiya' Q ww ifhw -I? f i i Dainty Domestic COOKING CLASS I 5 QM ',,J . 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U! :aff ,AHF ff' M55 5,15 514 iff? ug 'gil Aug 41,7 Ur six! U 1 q 'x:11iq 3' 47" e"gg'rVV3f',,,-f'IP, '15 f 1 I '-51 V Qflf , xf Q - , 8 , f'1'41Q"" 3 if g Y lwicgrirqih 'X Q f s- Q, ' A F Q U v , , 5 4 1 ,-fy J '54 3m3D fu 'IU' l54:iLW lf 7' 711.10 Vlfl 7? 35 ' J l r 4 li. u 1 Q i bv-I First row, left to right: G. Wood, R. Rapier, J. Landers, L. Caldwell, K. Ober. , Second row: M. Burnett, J. Davis, D. Meek, F. Cunningham, J. L. Sanborn. Q B -..L - ur HW k""' Sy.: " 2 f' ' 'lv L 'Q ' - tv 1 '.-.- T, ' '-77. . . LAY 's LL - we-.1 .h,4UW'. f" y""f!5r..f W ff' Q. f 'fir -4 i to - - , x fuel-. A AJg.i .' -:fr A H, -N . . .W .a-5.-rf, . -. . - F' , V1 it Is',ji?x.'gfi,?,.3". ak ' a. . . f - , .. ' . 1' '. gift- if FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD First row, left to right: Terry Hill, Don Pargen, Bill Maguire, Ernest Lee, J. L. Sanborn, Donnie Meeks, Terry Barton, Bobby Bruce, Loren Goodrick, Cecil Yeager. Second row: Charles Cummings, Melvin Burnet, Jackie Dickey, Kent Ober, Hilton Claspill, Lyle Caldwell, Jack Landers, Frank Cunningham, Bob Sturdevant, Gerald Woods, Coach Bill Watkins. HIGH SCHOOL "A" TEAM Lett to right: Bernard Burnett, Carmen Lewis, Larry Dunham, Don Malone, Jimmy Schmitz, John French, Coach Watt, Hughes Bukaty, Leon Crane, Wayne Burnett, Bob Kahler, C. H. Blevins, Gary Luck. 5 , ' 4 .L s al .' n 1 HIGH SCHOOL "B" TEAM Left to right: Brent Chambers, Ronnie Simmons, Curt Shankel, Elwood Coyan, Coach Stark, Fred Newcomb, Tom Elliott, DeWayne Morrow, Charles Bates. ,H f I ' V . MM feta' ' 'NN' xsxgv 0 C Av V DEN Sk wnvkiix L 1f5 , If f4 My l'f 3 ., .auf xi .fx-.. m., - - v 2' fl Ol I . 4 "1 M C E. A AV 'SQ iw - , ..' 'av' 3,-iv-f ' fu 4 X 1, x ' IPL K 5 .0 W . Phil. Q.. ,WT , V- ar I! 'Y fy?" I 3- , . gi , A ' , f A ,K Af , K . 25:5 . at 'Q' '., g . .. , 'gaief ' "iq N az: , ' . 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THE HESTERN CASUALTY ANU SUILTY CUMPANY t ui - Lg : .8 . . L . , - -,Z o n ' . l JAX , - .. ,U , FREELAT-EDMISTON HCTOR CO WYNAN P ROGERS FRISCO MARKET COCKRAN'S DIAMOND SHOP EDNA'S BEALTY SHOP S A LOTTLRER AND SQN SMOKLR lU5 S HKLH Phone 398 Joe S1sk, Propraetor Where all your fr1ends meet SULLIVAN MAYTAG C0 We Sell the Best and Servlce the Rest Maytag Washers, Ranges Ironers, Automat1c Washers and Dryers Skelgas Serv1ce and AJpl1ances K6lV1nltOr Appl1ances NORRIS PLDMDING Q HEATING CARL E GORDON AGRNCY HLSSE1'S INGHAM PLLHBING NO1iVbLL INC BEeCO'S MARKET NU-GRILLE Famous for Hamburgers and Susle Q s Openfrombam toga . U A WOODS LL BLR LO QLal1ty Bl1ld1Hg Hater1als Congratulat1ons to the Graduat1ng of Fort Scott Hlgh School HILL BRO I.MDhR CO On the Plaza Fort scott, kansas Class URLDDYW Your E1ectr1c bervent KANSAS GAS AND EA1LTR1C COMPANY , N . 1 . H O . ' , . X O . H, C . y . , , L X . Phone 270 Z3 Market Street I ,Nl X 1 I . , 1 . V. . . ' . . .m Q U . .b . . .0 K . . Q Here s to Success THE LIBERTY SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION c H Ka EXTRA' McDONALD IMPLEMENT CO 204 N NATIONAL FORT SCOTT KANSAS elif! IMD HU- Huwvr .rfv nv: Flfff JUN' Trfldlllft :Unk FORT SCOTT PACKING CO BUYERS OF uvesrocnc FOR THE BEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY JV K THE FAVORITE OF- OUR STAFF REN NETT f' Studio I E+. S o , nsas , . I -s Phone I48 WI1oIesaIe Meafs fs T gs o 'pu K V iv, Try .g, 9 I , -f, 0 BRADY'S SHOE STORE BANNER DAIRY PRODUCTS BEELLR GOCERY FORT SCOTT DRUG STORE HIXION SKELLY SERVICE LEIST FEED STORE THE SHOE CENTER Look for the poll Parrot Slgn Fort Scott, Kansas MCCRLM MAUPIN SHOES For Smart, Dressy, Flats For Dress or School Its 'Glamor Debs' Phone A478 Fort Scott, Kansas ENGLLHART LLEXATOR KLNDIG'S STANDARD SEIVICE STATION COTTAGE DRIVE IN WDAIRY QLEEN TASTES BLTTLRP BILL'S SPORT SHOP JIM TALBOT WWMESCMMMS WALLACE CHEVROLET SITES DESOTO PLYMONTH DEALER EARL'S MEIORIAL HOME cAMlLIA BEAUTY SHOP SHAFFER HOTEL and COFFEE SHOP The Hotel of Hosp4ta11ty A1r Cond1t1oned CENTRAL SPORTINC GOODS Everyth1ng for the Sportsman 107 S. Main Fort Scott, Kansas CITY STATE BANK TOWN AND COUNTRY ART'S FRUIT MARKET NEWBERRWS JEWLLRY MASTER PRINTERS LOHERY'S INC. 3 South Main Phone 328 JOE KENNEDY HJN'S WEAR I COMPLIMENTS or THE GAS SERVICE COMPANY Naiural Gas for Home and Induslry IOI ScoH Avenue Forl' ScoI'I', Kansas CALHOUN'S J. Bloomfield Th B +I R d -+ -W GENERAL ELECTRIO e es n foie Y O ear Aufhorized Home Appliance Dealer l-BGIIGS and Children II8 E I W ll S+ I PI1 e 00 PHONE 2400 TELEVISION SETS and SERVICE S 'H KRULL CONSTRUCTION CO Pon s Terraces PII Snlos e Drainage Dlfches Land Clearing WORK CLOTHES SOIL CONSERVATION WORK RAYMOND KRULL Ph e 4F2 Bruce MARBLE 81 GRANITE WORKS Manufaclurers of THE GRANITE MEMORIALS F I S I as a ree on 9 For+ co , Kansas - Devon, Kansas on 2 1. E'1f'-aw1wB1Ei"'Wi :wrt or co I, Kansas , -4' ,S V ----:4--Qv-'- ' " 002' SPENCER FOOD STORE A. 6: R. BODY WORKS WALL STREET BODY SHOP Call DRS. RICHARDSON dn SCHLFER OWEN IIOTER CO. GALVINS DRUG STORE CHEN'EY'S MURRY CLEANERS NU-WAY LLUN'DETwETTE MC DONALD IIIP. Prichard-Blatchley The Rexall Store COMPLIMENTS OF HAMMONS MOTOR 81 IMPLEMENT CO. MERCURY CASE - MASSEY - HARRIS - OLIVER HARRYMAN MOTOR AND IMPLEMENT CO. l706 S. Na'IionaI Phone 435 FORT SCOTT, KANSAS M , I 4119 MOUNT MARBLE 81 GRANITE WORKS Builders of EverIasI'ing Memorials I23 Wesf l8I'I1SI. Phone 855 CECIL F. MOUNT Individual Owner Forl' Sco'H', Kansas I-I' I 5 I onifvn I" 'P 'W-My H H- 4.4. 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