Garden City Senior High School - Buffalo Yearbook (Garden City, KS)

 - Class of 1954

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'Wk- Fidelify Sfafe Bank , , cy:.Zf,,M,v.v- , fn QQ, Foofbail Sfodium kfkaiiwwb :SRU Science, lndusfrial Ar1's.Cafe+eria Old School .L W V jf' i ,g',,,.......-nnlll9"" Xw LJ 51 N N A A : W W W MT A .V .,,. I,. V , -A' , A 1 QXKxXX 11" fill W my 1' f ff .xx f N 'iff XX l wif ,VI f? M WI , if ,f N M M f 1 X Xir f ' 'K Y I! X -1 1 if , ,M 'T ' X -Ss Xgfl Y T . X 55 5 : fl Ng ' l,3E::. , s 2 x ff X ' McAllisfer-Fifzgerald Lumber Company ' 2 li ii .Fx 5 J. R. Jones, Superinlendenfq Claude Robinson: Charles Reniclcy Helen Reed, Secre+aryg Helen Dale: Charles Schoonoverq Paul Masoner and Kennelh Lyon, Presidenl ADMINISTRATORS, FACULTY SERVE AS GUIDING INSTRUMENTS THROUGH THE PERILOUS SEAS Our years in school may remind us of a ship on an ocean which is of+en besel' by s+orm and wind. We are like a crew rrying +o guide our ships across +his vas+ ocean. Of course, we would easily lose our way if ii were no+ for our compass and o+her naviga+ional equipment These ins+rumen+s may easily be compared +o fhe facul+y and adminis'rra+ion, who, never falfering, guide us on- ward fhrough fhe sform-lossed sea. The Board of Educa+ion, adminis+ra+ors, and facully all worlc +oge+her +o give us a clear picfure of whar lies ahead and which way +o furn un+il we reach shore fo con+inue on our own. May we never forge+ fheir guidance and efforls as we con+inue our voyage on Iife's ever-changing fide- 8 Ideal Food Sfore Hhs . ,pr ,LL -una-nnnnffv MR JAGGARD MRS REED MRS SIMS ANN MILES OFFICE STAFF BECOMES OUARTERMASTERS OF THE YEAR As uar+ermasI'ers of our vessel I'he SGCYETBFISS have been efflclenl' In keeping 'Ihe log of our voyage across Ihe ocean of our school life Aboard our vessel Ihey have ploved 'rhemselves very capable and a much needed personnel upon our mann deck MRS STONE ,JNAM 'MM-Y MRS PROUDFIT Dzerks Pefers Lumber Company "'f35"' 4' 5 MRS TILLER ARE YOU TRUSTWORTHY? One of ihe mos? safisfying fhings in life is +he pleasure +ha+ comes from knowing 'rha+ each li++le iask +ha+ has been given +o you from day fo day has been adequafely performed. If is only by doing each small assignmeni' well +ha+ fhe goals of our lives are ever achieved. May lhe many complex paris of your yearbook bring you safisfying remembrances of +he many small achieve- menfs ihal' have made your school years pleasanf. -A. H. Elland JVM i .1511 A iv " 935 r fi. i Q YL p , f V 3- 3 'Q is x if Q ., ARE YOU SEAWORTHY? The ihrill of sailing "down 'lo 'lhe sea in ships" has slirred men's blood for generaiions. From 'Phe splash of fhe firsi dugouf canoe fo lhe launching of fhe newesi liner, men have sfaked 'iheir very lives on 'l'he seaworlh- iness of +heir ships. Noi all of us will sail ihe seven seas, buf we shall all make our way fhrough The seas of life. For +ha1' iourney also we need fo build good sound craff- Honesiy, de- pendabili+y, loyalfy, indusiry--fhese are only a few of fhe s+ou+ +imbers fha? belong in our own ships. Will your craff be shaky and un-seaworihy, or will if be well-buil+ and sfurdy enough fo wilhsiand +he rudes+ gale? You can build if eifher way. -S. l.. 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BIRKLE Hawk war-'ff' an MARGE BLUE R Cross I 2 GAA I Ka elles I 2 Robed Cho" ' KATHLEEN BONDURANT Jumor Play Club I A I 2 Sophomore Play Sfudenl Councul 2 Amblhon To be a concerl plan Ka ewes 3 HERB BRADY Y Buffalo SIGN 3 Ambnhon To qo Io college Robed Choir 2 3 n I Class Offucer 3 I Cheerleader 2 3 Sophomore Play Amblhon To go Io college 18 Goodyear Shoe Shop and Shme Buffalo Slaff 3 Sugar Beef Slaff 3 T acl: 2 3 Foolball 2 3 Amblhon To refurn Io Texas and possess a rhubarb 'farm HY 171 CONNIE BROWN Ro ed Choir I 2 3 Grs Glee Club I 2 yefles I 2 Club I Soph Play Sludenl Dlreclor Jumor Play Sfudenl DIYBCIOY Sensor Play Sfuclenl Dureclor FHA 3 Buffalo Sfaff 3 Amblllon To graduafe from college and go lc Alaslra Shop Smull UI NIIIIIIVU, I1 rgu' UI Ilvurl. Ba cl, , 2, 3 'lun lhul alry mlrmlgvrv ul Ilw flvslele IIUUII IPUUII. . . I It! nu nw pulling up vunr un If ullu unIiI ' i Q. Hi-Y, I, 2 I' I . rl mu 1I1i of skill I ed . . I Y . . I ' I I 2 . , 5 Pen ..2 GA---3, I , ' . - , . 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Ilmugllnt, Iml lltliull n 0 3 'hr' 'Ny-f--'-v' VON DANFORD T aclc I Pe Club 2 3 G C ub 2 3 Sophomore Play Junior Play olball I s efball I seball 2 Amblhon To go Io colleqe IIKI ll BETTY JEAN DECHANT Ambnhon To be a secrefary 20 fbi' FRANK DAVIS Robed Choir 2 3 Vnce Presldenl 3 Junior Play Sensor Play seball I F ofball 2 3 Boys Sfale Buffalo Sfa 3 2 3 Presnden Boys Glee Club I Ambnluon I refuse Io answer on Ihe grounds 'lhal I mIqhI n crlmlnale myself l r 4 'H JOYCE DE FORD A, I, eHes, I, 2, R ed Choir I 2 3 sn? ' I s , it Cl b's ,vita ESTIE DEAVER Kayeffes 2 3 World Servnce Chanrman 3 FHA 3 Red Cross 3 vAA I Buffalo Siaff 3 D a+e I 2 Speech Feshval Grs Slale 2 Senlor Play AmbIIIOn To be a nurse 3 Ill ITN I In-'X ue NWS- '- - JOHN DENISON Band I Buffalo Sidi' 3 AmbIfIOH To be successful Foolball Affendanl, 3 Club, I, , II Ins IIsIIIIII I I II I IIIII ff' JUANITA DECAMP efles I 2 Club I 2 n I Robed Chonr Girls Glee Club I Buffalo Ilaff 3 AYTIIDIIION To fund Ile wdh h glff of happiness I I n I II I SUE DILLMAN Senlor Play Adverhsmq A I Manaqer, 3 e'NeS ', Ambmon To qo Io Kansas DI Am :hon Have full fume yerslfy dancing school I I I Il I I IV II I un I 1 I I If qux Shallow Wafer Refining Company I' I Hi-Y, I, 2, 3 Pl . . Y 5 . I . f , ' I V Z ' . Er lo- Fo ' ' 2' 3 . A 4 4, I . Ba II , , 2, 3 ' ' ' Ba , , 3 Ba , , 2, 3 ,Q f " : . 0 - I - ' I , I I...I .II P 5, b 5 Q ' '. ' ' I, , ep U ' if Pep Club, I, 3 ' HI-Y, , gvice- ' +,3 ' I" . 5- ' Kay , , ,3 I ' Pep , , , 3 ' i - ' Ba d, , 2, 3 1 . . 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I U ' Ia' ' : a - ' .IIII lx- IIIIIW IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIQ ll II'1 I-I lr .Hy I x XII-ly y Illx' I' ' 'Dv- -o SHARON DREES effes I 2 3 Parluam 'farlan 3 Club I R ed Choir I 2 3 Blue Noles 2 3 FHA 3 Buffalo Slaff 3 Jumor Play Senior Play Senior Foolball AIIendanI JAYME DRAEGER Sophomore Play Jumor Play Sensor Play Kayefles 2 n I O h I Caij: IT Amblhon To go Ihrouqh nurse s P club 2 3 f'd""f"1 lx Ulf 'X' "li CLIFFORD ERKER Amblhon To have a new car RONALD GENE ERHART n I C orus 2 3 Band I Orchestra I Sensor Play Amblhon To be an aeronauhcal engmeer 1 --of DELMER DUNHAM if BETH ELAINE DUVALL F 2 3 P Club 2 3 Jumor Play Properly Manag Jumor Red Cross 2 3 ' h Am mon T be road Ansvlzngn To Iravel around I o A gnneer I n un n Il ' ' "II I 4D""yz CSS'-7 DELMA NADINE EMBREE KayeIIes I F A 2 3 P Club 2 3 Sfudeni Council 3 Jumor Red Cross YTILJIIIOD To be an old maid I IX I f II RAMONA DREES Class Officer I 2 K eHes I 2 3 Polnl Chanr man I Program Chaurman 2 Presldenl 3 Club I 2 FHA 3 e Nofes I 2 Sophomore Play Jumor Play Sensor Play ed Choir I 3 mlHee Chanrman 2 S u enl' Councnl I 2 3 refary 3 Ocheslra I 2 3 Vuce res ldenf 3 Foofball Aflendanf I 2 Baslrefball Alfendanf I Cheerleader 2 3 Buffalo Sfaff 3 Sugar Beet S+aIf 3 I V4 Amblhon Sludy French In ol Q I I lege and go Io Pans Burhs Nunn lmplemenf Company 21 f, 1 rw. ! 0 I V5 f rf . .. 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EUGENE GOOLSBY B seball 2 3 Amblhon Go Io a radio college If le fl H fl gums BERNARD HAFLICH 22 Football I Baskefball I I Senhnel 2 Vnce Preslclenf 3 Robed Chour 2 3 2 Pep Club 2 Boys Glee Club I Ambuhon To be successful nn farmmg n I as eller n e Sfreefer s Cleaners 150 '1"""W,r CHARLOTTE FRANK I 2 3 Secrehary P Club 2 3 Muxed Chorus 3 Junior Red Cross 2 3 Buffalo Slaff 3 Ambvllon To be a secrelary U PEGGY HAFLICH Ro ed Choir I 2 3 nd 2 3 Vice 1denI 2 ReDorIer 2 Band I K efles I 2 3 Devohonal Chanrman 2 e Noles I 2 Sophomore Play Am :hon To b a success everylhunq l do W 'IQQTW Hi-Y, I - V H- ' il' Il,gia', .I ulispnsiliun lIlul nu! vlw-n IIN- ' I 4 "ITS c'riIir":1'. ' B d Z . . G . . ITU WS V' IS IIN' Iwsl poIi1'y'. I I 'l U XXVIII-'I 'uv umI rllly umm In flush. FHA, , , I , 3 let Iluty gn lo snush ep , , V "Z: --:A ,:v' 'I "'f:., I::":'..f:fs '1::5 :I frivmfly -mill' 1'In'vrs ull who Lmk - 1 .1 ,,,:.,, ,wr 'uv- Q- ls, . I ,. :Vr I ' ' - .,.v 8 v l, " ' , 5 'mf I . 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RAY LALICKER n I Band I FF I Sophomore Play Amblhon To be a le? pllof BUD LAUGHLIN Pep Club 2 Sophomore Play Ro ed Cholr I 2 Amblhon To be an aeronauhcal englneer I I UII I CI'Il Il I Rickmarfs Body Shop R ed Cholr I 2 3 Band Pep Club 2 yeHes I 2 Band I Jumor Play Suqar Beef Sfaff Amblhon To be as qood a cook as my moher PHYLLIS JEAN LEFORT A I Pep Club I Junior Ped Cross I 2 Amblhon To be an old maid nur nl IN Na M fx nu I ""'I'i" I In ,A,.' -' '. : , f ... . .- I i FFA, I, 2, 3: Io, Ig ' Tr , ,2 : o a FH I IZI3 R BK' Uflrlh I IIIIIV IIU SIIIIIVII 'HQ GVII ' ' , ' l ' lvl ' .VJ Q 'U I l . 'V It I n II., IInnn-4IlIs umI Iwr nImIu1'I rm' d, 5 I ull Iwr urn, Hi.-T, l, 3 I I TJ XL 3, III' IIluI Amina IIIII4' gains ull MARILYN POTTER JONES IW- s. ob ' , , , Ka ,I , , 3 Pep' , ,2 , 3 W 'IIN' smrul :II slnuvss is 1'mlsIsI1'lu'x' In pullmsv. ,YW-Q, M, EN L. . . . I. . I - i XVIVIII I wil., I ru-I, l' Ba d, , 2, 3 HI-Y, 3 Pep , ,2 A. .. U . . 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Council 2 3 V Presndeni 3 Buffalo Slafl 3 Co Eduior Ambnhon To be successful If U' n I Orchesira I Robed Choir 2 3 Fooiball I Baslrefball I acl: I Sophomore P ay Jumor Play Sensor Play Club I ub I Sfudenl Council 3 Buffalo Sfaff 3 Jumor Red Cross I Boys u rlef 2 3 Am :hon own my own dance band 25 1 0 . . Ba lc , , , 3 I' . . - I , , A ' Ha-Y, 3 'Lili P ' llf ' lI'I' IVIIII " fl'I'l' Ill I- , -,V d ', , 3 ice- Ba d, . 2, 3 ' - I r I1 , , , I 3 ' PepI , , 2, 3 ' ' 5 , ,I I 3 To Iim' in IIII' In-1 Is uw' In- wh fs'IlImIs, vvl mmIvsI HI-Y, I I OD I I . . I . III . I . Ilusx' quinq. rn-:wr I "np I1 I Ilan' In slup. I BOB MONTGOMERY ' Hi-Y, I, 2, 3 I " Ba d. , 2. 3 ,WV ' - , , . Q, 5 I I . . I ' . Tr I I 3 in 'I,m uluwlxs n'IIIl u In 'I' 'r- - I HIIYI ,I 2 I'mI,nq N ma' ilx' ' I - - I Pep , , 2, 3 'IIIII' num' uw' slumlv. IIII- nmr uw- 6-Cl ' ' 2' IIIsfm'-r ur ' rum 1-. in IVIIY ' - , , N IUIY? ' I I 2 U ' ' O a . . : I ' b' ' : To .I uf I lsnrv. I Hn- is us lin us tIle mush Im pIux's, O I MERRILL MULCH Sugar Beef Sfaff 2 Junuor Play Ambnhon To go fo college lfllllllllll' fllll H I Illf f-"""w BARBARA HAFLICH OLIVER efles I 2 Club I G A I 2 Sophomore Play Class Offucer Sugar Beef Slaff 2 Robed Choir 2 Amblhon To be a grandmolher ll ll H14 llfl fl u url: 26 abr' 'NF' 'QB up QUM-my, wk JIM MURDOCK I Am :hon T own a Iso? rod Ford DICK NEAR Class Treasurer I 2 Foolball 2 3 BMBGII 2 ALOYSIUS or-was Robed Choir 2 3 Pep Club 2 I Track 2 Amblhon To aflend K Sfale for Baskefball I four years Ambuhon To be a farmer I HI WWW' x.. CAROL JOAN OPITZ K effes I 2 Pep Club 2 Ambnhon Always Io have fun and Ireep oul of Irouble DAVID PAASCH I Amblhon Own a caflle rancl1 lump 1 11 s nu I I Ho worcfs Signs fill? I New-.....,. RONALD PHILBRICK Hu Y, I, 2, 3 Ambmon To be a success un everyfhmq I do NUI I nfuf -nrmus nul Inu qux Im! a run q fnfll I llllun nlnn ll mmm- In plus fs P22 1 ,,..,: .:.: III. , .351 ,., I I P' . 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I Baslcelball I lub I Robed Chonr I 2 Junior Play Senior Play DONALD RATZLAFF Ambuhon To become a pllol or B TBFHIBI' Sfudenl Councul 3 hr Buffalo Sfdff 3 Amblhon Always lo be happy ulx J 5500'- Nav Q--1' 5-'nf qu----r LOLETTA SALTER Gnrls Glee C u I Robed Choir A I efles I 2 Club I 2 Amblllon To lravel QI' Ol X VERNON SCHLEGEL l Farm Shop Team I Amblhon To own a ranch DENNIS SANDERS sfoclxecl wllh purebred callle Ambuhon T gel oul of hugh ' I school Schoonover Insurance 49 YT RACHEL RUTHERFORD Robecl Choir 2 3 Mlxed Chorus Accompamsl yelles I 2 FHA 3 G rs Glee Club I AmbllIOH To be successful n me CHARLES SCHOONOVER Pep Club 2 Junior Red Cross l Vlce Presldenl Sophomore Class Presudenl' Jumor Class Sophomore Play olball I s e+ball I Baseball I Buffalo Slaff 3 Co Edufor Amblllon To lnve a happy and successful Isle 27 I l 1 1 11 an-1' if .y A 2, 3, ' ' Ka , , , 3 Tr , , 2, 3 . '. . . 2. 2 ll ' . G-C . . 2. 3 I ' ' I I I 3 l'f . . I , ' lufml lwurl is uwrlll .Ill lln' ll'UflIl. 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FH , ,2. 3 Kay , , , 3 Pep , , , 3 H snulle is like Ille sun n I fl nly mluj PHILLIP SEITZ Amblhon To be a cowboy o farmer ohunq I 1 I 4 I nn LOUISE SHERMAN R ed Choir I 2 3 res: den? 3 Accompamsf 3 Blue Nofe 2 3 Accompa n 3 e'IIes I 2 Puan Communlfy Servnce 3 Club I Orchesfra I 2 3 Presndei 3 Sfudenl DlrecIor 3 SIudenI Council I Sophomore Play Foofball Affendanf I Buffalo S'Ia'If 3 Ambuhon Go Ihrough college and 'Ihen do some work muslc ux I n r ll I SHARON SHEEHY Robecl Choir 2 3 Treasurer Gsrls Glee Club I I 3 Preslde I Pep Club 3 Buffalo Slaff 3 Sensor Class Treasurer Girls SIaIe 2 Amblhon To become a regls Iered nurse I mp 1 JANE STEBENS AmbIIl0I'l None :I r zq MAS -af G nal KAY SMITH Robed Chonr 2 Girls Glee Club Pe Club 2 3 Sludenf Councul Represenla hve 2 Baskefball Queen s Aflendanf eifes I 2 FH I Amblhon Go Io Denver Io gel a secreiarual lob I I ROSS STEVENS oiball I 2 Baseball I Track 2 Pe Club 2 3 A Ir JOYE SHURTZ Robed Choir 2 3 Sugar Beef Sfaff 3 Debafe I FH I Kayefles I 2 3 SecreIary 2 Club I GAA I Sophomore Play Foolball Aflendanf 2 m :hon T gain peace mmd s a r1vmIx war! Im! has many 'saf- "l"""-New M Suqa, Bee, 5,544 3 FRANCES smrweu. Buffalo Slaff 3 Robecl Choir 2 3 Sophomore Play Glrls Glee Club 2 Junior Play I Confesl Play 2 a eIIes I 3 Publucl Dramahc Readnnq Award 2 Chalrman 3 Sensor Play P Club 2 3 Robed Cho" 2 3 Ambmon To go Io Nurse s Cheerleader 2 Tralmng m San Anfonlo Ambmon To be successful nn m arm an lfe I 28 Garden Czfy Laundry ond Cleaners ii: I I : r 4 :NI II N mm' useful lllll I Ima! SIII' '. 3 I I I I as - - I fl FHA, , 2, g I n , 3 . . I I 3 . ' ' ' I I I I I p I I 1 XxIIu14'1'vr Ju' umIn-rIuIws, Jw ar' 2 I I I- 'U Yi. K I I I 3 I 4 1 is 6kI AI I II 1 . . Pep I, I, E I I frm' u ul gm vrnu:. I b' I : o I of I I ' lg I I I - friumIs. 1 I I L 1 ,'eV,-, I '- I I.I 'IIII I If ,,,, I 1 ' "W we ob '- f -.:P 1 I .ae e-e. I Kev ...3:'iS+.2: .., ..,,,,,,. Pep I I 2I 3 I ,I ligI Iwut Iiws Im, . . . : I n . , I II I I IN", X . Fo , , , 3 XI I P I - I I I In - , I I - ' I'I:Ilu nhui In' I'ghviI I FHA' I 3 I . . umI:iI'on . ' . K Y. 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W' 'lhf""' ,Q-aw-n xii' Xxx HENRIETTA WOLFF K was ' 2 BILL WOODARD Amblhon Go fo California an I ll go 0 co eqe Am :hon To be a successful bachelor ik! W..--qs DUANE WORF I l 1 FFA z Aux Doughfery Mobile Service G Club 3 olball I acl: I Amblhon To be a farmer Wzfch your slepl I l I I Vw "' - M.:,,h I ., ','. I ' : .gms ,.,. -- ' Kay I ' I 3 1 ' . Pep , , 2, 3 " f I " Pay CI E ' '. e.".f""2'3. . d FFA.l his niu- In ln' rlalrul wllvn x' I ln' H I l-QTY' 3 'mlmlll HW .llnwnvs luuglninq, rw:-wr full. smmf- : Iinws lllllfllll ', lrul mwwr IMI XVKZIUHI ix Imwrr- I I' 2' 3 Fa ', ,2, 3 Tr , , 2. 3 Xvlu, ngminsf lmyw lzvliv 'IU HI. . swf f S I 3 2 .... 3 MM, Y A "' We T 5 A . 2 W I f if I 0 'T D W Norns Drugs 1 14' M7 my is ROBERT BERGKAMP mv--M' LAVERNE TUTTLE Secrefary HELEN MAGLARAS Treasurer Vrce Presldenf 't."a:v" DEANNA HOLMES Sfudenf Council WWW fr MA DON WEST Presrdenl' JUNIORS NEAR END OF VOYAGE We +he Junrors havung followed lhe course we se+ as Sophomores are near :ng fhe end of our lourney We have endured wrlh courage 'rhe rougn warers and are prepared +o face whalever rhe furure may bring Knowing +ha'I' +he Seniors have sarled fhus course before us we are confrdenr +ha+ we 'loo shall reach 'lhe porl for which our goals are se RICHARD WOODARD Sludenf Council Phillips Funeral Home CLASS OF 55 A 'wh l "' 1 -sm-rf X fluff ELAINE AREY ALEXANDER PAT ABRAMS ,V ,off ,hows A 'z""nv- VIOLET BARBER FRANKIE BARBER DELORES AVILA vm Xvf' ROSE MARIE BCTTS LEWIS BETHEL BOB BERGKAMP ,J fa iv-Te-y' ws 'tr' -6-1 E? SHARON BRUEGEL SYLVIA BROWN GWYN BROWN I f ZW ROBERT ATHERTON SHARON BECKETT .-Dv 'Y' MAX BIRNEY 'tug -.J DOYAL BRUNSON Kocffs Conoco Service 'Yusuf JOHN AUSTIN 49 -on'1 Mu! BRUCE AUTLER ,W 'Wi' i 'Ld JACKIE BEDKER BOB BERENDS if ,dmv--1 vw-'W MARY BOWEN FIRMA BOXLER -Q' T7 GARY BUGS ARLENE BURNETT 33 , 111.1-If fmw, 4 4',5Z,,f,, , ,.-if fzyfv ' ,,. , 'ISE' Q ' ' I if .. .' ff Wy , .. I 421-45 , L 351, 4, ,, 1 A If V m, 2. Y If My I ,I-1 ,15 ' , H, ' . " 5' .' E . ff , , I.'L - - 1: . I fi riff ,,,,, ' ' ,H ,,,,... ,. .VI1:.1.:.I... ,,, ,. , A ,, 'VK U . ,.,.., , .5 ,. ,H . ' A ff A In ' -- ..-:1.:.f- '-,.1:V:.-.- . I ,QA 3356 ., Q ,W a .3 fx .wf -' .-W.. Ni' .. Nm- ! 0 X "f ,f , X30 gs. f Nr ... W CLASS OF 55 K. .vvwfa-v., ELVIN CALDWELL IRVIN CALDWELL M, vm ,W KAREN CORN DON CRANSTON 'Tk Tv PAT CAREATHERS Mary Lucille Casfro DONNA CLARK fan "'Y'0l Navy ALEX DECHANT GRETA DE REMUS aan. AC-Y""" '46 DENNIS DORIS SYLVIA DREILING 34 RONNIE CROOK ,won -...i vw KENNETH COLE 'fins-A W-w ELDON DAILEY if BEVERELY DEVOLLD PAT DEVOLLD Q-I 'su-'ul' A-1 DONNA EDWARDS BOB ELLIS Kirby Company B DALE GEORGIA DILLON JEAN DALE TERRY EVANS WALTER DINKEL K0 LARRY EVES CLASS OF 55 ,SIL VS HECTOR GARCIA BARBRA FANSLER 1'-I I DAVID GISH DALE GINEST 13 LOUETTA GOSS MM ,..J Nw Wanda Jean Hays FRANCES HAYDEN rdf" by wr' If ROBERT HOWARD DEANNA HOLMES sen-4 GREAT:-louse 41 ll KAREN HAPES JOE HAMILL -W9 HAROLD HILLIS PATTY HIGGINS " --six ' VELDA HUGGINS JACKIE HUBER Hafchers Record Shop '-vv-'W' MARI GOETZ DARRELL GOSS STAN HARRIS I Q- DE ANN HATCHER LARRY HOLDER sw, ' KENT HUMMER NG' Darlene Holderness .V , I PAT JACOBS 35 10 CLASS OF 55 JOY JUNGFERMAN JERRY LALICKER "Q" 5,5 I 4' MARY KENT sANoRA KEUNE f 5 Tom mc:-1 DOROTHY KU NZE MAX LADNER wr' MP' 1--' 'Off' V9-'O NANCY LEE VIVIAN LEFORT THERESA LEIKER JESSE LEON NY' DAVID LONGLEY 0' GEORGE MANGAN 36 BOB LINENBERGER NM' 6 :iff MARY Lowe A, W i""'7 GARY LUCAS -dl' DAVID LYON 1 WANDA JO LYON HELEN MAGLARAS Q' 1""7 WWW ..-av WG Q'-2.." K "Maur LA VERNA MATZA N9 A-.qv ELVIN MC COMBS Marvm Mc Mnchael 414 MARLENE MEKEAL BOB MINTER Weldon Mzller Insurance Company CLASS OF 55 'E' 'J' -ur SHEILA NOLAN JIM MULCH DON MOSELEY JACK MORRIS La rry Moniqomery 1-MV' MARJORIE MOEDER nd 'Sl' W" CAROLYN PENNY "' BONNIE PATRICK Q X EUGENE PALMER RONNIE OSTERBUHR LEONA OCHS KENNETH OCHS 'W' JACKIE RICKNER 117- DEANNA REICHERT y -0' ELM ER ROHLEDER BETTY RAY CARMEN PEREZ W' Ov BENNY PEREZ sv' .f Af RICHARD SMITH FARL SMITH i' TT TERRY SHEEHY GERALD SHEAKS KAREN SCHROEDER BILL ROONEY Anamo, lncorporofed 37 I' -ai 'M'-if A72 W -f .. I 007' I 7' M? 4' ,...,. nl W, -. :,.,1za:s'5..- . - ' ....' z,1- :Exim ' . I5:5??'E . 'Y ,rf , , V-' H .A M- ' . , N '.. .::Q ,V A- gi A n 4 s , ,I --V, Ts' T E a0""H , fa 5 I 'L 'o9 . ,:?2':i:f-.-V251' v - I. - H- I , , .fx ' ww 'rm . 473 .I ,,, . . ., ,. b ' 9 -Eff A G, - , . L , X J.. , a V. 3, 1' 'T' S P I 3 542 , af gg 'Nh TOM SNOW DON SOOBY 4.1" Dwughf Soufhworfh if Ms. JAMES SPOR '52 fm 'tv' 'B -L 60" all Y AL STECKLEIN JOAN TASKER PAUL TAYLOR NANCY THORESON ,ww ini' wr-'mr SHIRLEY UNRUH DWAYNE VAUGHN TOM WALKER CLASS OF 55 MARY SPOR '99 DIXIE TURNER Mary Jo Sfandley ina s..-v-""' LAVERNE TUTTLE ANNE WALTERS DON WARD Q 'Q' 1.-..... -4' lr PHIL wean wfi I GARY WEISER """IX DON wssr -5 ROBERT west 38 Garden Cafe PEGGY WASSON , 'Vx GENE WHITLOCK ...Y Manlee Whnfhnqion CLASS OF 55 if " ' 'sg 51-3 1,4 4 ff If 5 F 1 QW ? 1 x -0 'fr I! 4 f 1 -f' "-r LLOYD WI LCOX QW' M1 CAROL woLFF 53 GAIL WILSON CAROL WILSON y ,m, ,,, is - LIVONIA YORK Richard Woodard " ' -vii 3 1' HMM' wr? One ho? coffee co'mn p S Gee arenf Huey preNy Pafferson s vf Jun ors supper? 'feam IH Hom ccmmq parad+ "J . pl 11" - 1 ,Lie 3.,.v'Q?i'fL Q , - rf M Q 5 1 ' 1 RA . , V ' 1 ,Qs - .- I r 1 Ik. , 4 - ' .,,.-..,.,.,,, 'V' ' .Qs it , . . ,,-'-1 -. .,. 1 ., if 4. , 5- -H' , V 1 f .. ' - fa." 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JUDY BURNSIDE Prasldenf SOPHOMORES PREPARED TO WEATHER STORM We +he sophomores have b I+ a seaworfhy vessel and upon chrnsfenung are ready +o sef sanl nof knowing our cleshnahon We hope we can prove our abullfy io navngafe a sleaclfasf course ftr v--P MYRNA ARCHIBALD Treasurer BEVERLY WILSON Sfudenf Councul Represenfahve and remann a+ ihe helm clurmg bofh calm and sformy seas We are prepared for all lhe frlals and advenlures which confronf us Q-x ir---f JIM KOCH Siudeni Councul Represenlahve A and A Body Shop 41 ROGER ABERNATHY af-1' 13131 uslix it 3 BOBBY AUSTIN if I---., 'Q- W" CLASS OF 56 :fir 51 vw-Q NORTON ADDY RAY ALLEN Edward Anderson ,NE 3 A4 JIMMY BENNETT RALPH BARCLAY Gary Lee Bafchelder CHARLES BATTIN 'QW tha-' Carolyn Sue Blake 'YT' JESSE BRIBIESCA 42 KENNETH BLANSCE PHYLLIS BODAM BARBARA BRADY 'Jw 'L Sandra Brookover A M " mf DA B WN ' LLAS RO K ,QAMJQUQI ff TED BRUEGEL Harold afunqafaf Sfar Equipmenf Company Roselle Arclwuleifa KENNETH BEADLES aw .ff LORETTA BEAN KAY BREHM ,914 I Leonard Brunqard? .- -e""L ' W , . W , Q il 1+ I . I , ,A.,, E as ,,.V:: in Q .E ,N H E '-'-4 . N " H - ' - r 'N . N5 A is A MYRNA ARCHIBALD , A . ,,., ni Q?-vi: H . 123 - f l 'lik ' 144, I 'Q A I ing . ,M ,. I l ' 3 Q.- ' Q 1 ' ',,- AX ' t'j,.., A .. ' iixvizh , Ii., .,,, 4 TT K , " T957 A .. 2' L F' Y T L l x .Z Q in fwzfj? ,sn Q '75 L "W" -1. ' ' Q A , N .,4 A .,.. ,. V 55: . B CLASS OF 56 I Q Q?-'Qs' PATTI BRUNGARDT gf -:If'f:Z'z22,::2:1z,"s', ' I , Q? I 1 , 4. , I I V: "Taira ' mf ity' ' JUDY BURNSIDE N-...rfj ""--as ' . DARLENE BU LLOCK DONALD BUELL Tommy Brunqardf BRUNGARDT Qs 'aw -W. JANET cook SHAREN COLLINS BILLY JOE COBB STEVEN CHARLES JOYCE CLEAVER DELTA CLEAVER -f-1 TT' ROSE ANN DATER DON COULTER BEVERLY DAVIS PATSY CUTBIRTH MARILYN CROOK DANA CRANSTON Beffy Coun+erman pf'- ww-3 3 I-f 1' JOHN DREILING JOE DREILING ALICE DREILING E NK NKEL 1,339 FRA DI EDWARD DEAVER Wesfern Mofor Company 43 BETTY DUNHAM W7 fm 'NV' CAROLYN DUNNAN f , , Sabi CLASS OF 56 MQ' GARY DUVALL KAREN ELLAND MARTIN ENRIOUEZ JANE ESCALADA is MARY FARE .3 PETE GARCIA 44 ,Q N.. 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Third Row: Sharon Drees, Barbara Baker, Kafhy Bonduran+, PaHy Higgins, Vora Lee Currey, Fourfh Row: Judy Burnside, Shirley Miller, Georgia Dillon, Esfie Deaver, Sylvia Brown, Wanda Jean Hays, Miss Siffs, adviser. Fiffh Row: Alelha Thomas, Rose Marie Belfs, Sandra Wolf, Kay Smi+h, Don Michel, Frank Davis, John Robinson, Bob Monfgomery, Bob Henderson, Carl Marlin, Russell Birkle, Marvin Wilken, Darrell Lowe, Larry Monfgomery, Donald Afhcrlon. Noi Picfuredz Charles Schoonover, Bernard Hailich, Connie Brown, Beverely Devolld. BUFFALO STAFF MEMBERS PORTRAY SCHOOL LIFE In +his Buffalo we have a'r'I'emp'red fo display +he differenf sfages of 'rhe siruggle, work, and play fha? make up our school life, from 'lhe fime we begin lhe building of our ship, 'lhe sfari' of our long iourney across iurbulenl seas, To fhe day when our ship comes fo re ai' info home poll. Our co-ediiors, Don Michel and Charles Schoonover, who have been care- fully guided by our adviser, Miss Bernadine SiHs, have given much of fheir fime and energy 'ro help us so +ha+ our book may be in realiiy a log confaining +he records of +his year's voyage. Our 'l'heme, SAILS ALOET, was chosen because i'l' porfrays so well our life in school and carries us fo lhe unknown wafers fha? lie over 'I'he horizon which we shall face in 'lhe fulure. May we express our +hanks +o you, +he adver+isers, and fhe many oihers who have helped +o make 'rhe Buffalo possible- We hope fhis book will be a guide +o you in plo+fing fhe charfs for your fufure journeys. May you use if wisely so +ha+ you may face wifhoui' fear +he obsfacles you meef on +he mysierious seas of life +ha+ lie ahead. C urfis Sfudio Ready Io qo Io Ihe hospifals HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND OTHERS REMEMBERED BY JUNIOR RED CROSS The Junior Red Cross Ihe pas+ year has been very acfive in helping +he communily. The group has underfaken various proiecis, including Ihe making of nuI' cups and favors for Ihe local and velerans' hospiials on Ihe differenf occasions and holidays. The ships for Columbus Day, 'rurkeys and cornucopias a+ Thanksgiving, Sania, his sleigh and reindeer, +hc Kansas sunflower, VaIen+ine men, LincoIn's Iog cabin, Washing+on's haI'che+, S+. Pa+rick's men, and Easfer lilies and crosses were among +he many favors Ihai 'Ihis group of diIigen+ work- ers made. The volunfeer group made forfy scrapbooks from discarded Chrisfmas cards. These books were sen+ +o many hospi+aIs. Abou+ for+y families, represenf- ing hundreds of children, were happier a+ Chrislmas because 'Ihe Junior Red Cross members +ook Ioys, cIo+hing, and candy 'rc fhem. Their adviser was Miss Bernadine Si++s- The Junior Red Cross members shared Iheir Chrisimas ioys wilh Ihe elderly nr,-ople af S+eIIa's and Angie's convales- Cenl home- Aren'I our Ioys cule? 15. FW..-In Gardinefs Dairy THE SUCCESSFUL FARMER OF TOMORROW IS THE FUTURE FARMER OF TODAY The Furure Farmers of America was organized only fwenly-five years ago. Today if is 1'he larges+ farm boy or- ganizafion in +he world, wifh a loral of over 363,000 mem- bers. One of fhe oldesr in The world, 'rhe Garden Ciry Voca- rional Agriculfure Depar+men'r was s+ar+ed on Sepfember I, l9l7. The narional organizafion of Fufure Farmers of Amer- ica was s+ar'red in I923, and rhe Garden Ciiy chaprer was organized in I929. Through lhe ears Garden Cify has buill' up i+s membership un+il now i+ has a membership of sixly- five members. For fhe sevenfh consecu+ive year Garden Cily won 'lwo Gold Emblem Awards af The Disrrici Leadership School held fD d D D V I-1 h II. 1- S 1' I F1 re Farmers on The Job. Leif lo Riqhl: Mr. a O ge ly wayne aug nwasc osen 6 S ar en me Huerlilderson, Bob Dale, Bernard Haflich, Jim Aclrley, Richard Woodard, Alfred Alexander, on lhe Masler Rilual ream. Much of 'the credil for +his vic- 'rory should be given 'ro our adviser, Mr. Henderson, who Dwayne vuuqhnl has guided us +hrough all lhe srormy weafher, showing us whal' is righ'r and whaf is wrong. Fronf fo Baclr: Jerry Lalicker, Diclr Moore, Clarence Phillis, Tommy Dishrnan, Jim Achley, Bernard Hallich, Ted Burnefl. Duane Worf, Bob Berends, Merle Jaclcson, Keifh Newson, Leroy Yorlr, Scoff Helmlre, Mickey Penny, Roberl Heiman, Kennerh Blanscer, lrvin Caldwell, Elmer Rohleder, James Sluclcer, Timmy Sarrorius, Donald Holmes, Waller Hubbard, Darrell Goss, Donald Miller, Johnny Hen- selman, Richard Turfle, Bob Dale, Jaclc Morris, Errol Harlcness, Bobby Herring, Calvin Scheuerman, Bruce Auller, AI Ohmes, Mr. Henderson, Lavern Tufrle, Roberl Wesf, Gary Hering, Andrew Larson, Tony Rohleder, Dwiqhi Milner, Lowell Jackson, Elvin Caldwell. -Ji Garden Cify Co-op 55 "G" CLUB Leif fo Righ'r: Bob Bergkamp, Sfudenf Council Repre- senrafiveg John Robinson, Secrefary-Treasurer, Terry Sheehy, Vice-Presidenl' Laverne Tuffle, Presidenl. OUR LETTERMEN The G-Club is one of our school clubs. To be eligible for membership a boy musl' be a leller- man in al leasl one major sporf, including foolball, bas- kelball, lrack, and baseball. This alone, however, is no? fhe only requirement The pledge musf be passing in his school work and undergo rugged ini+ia+ion consisling of swa+s and wearing ladies' apparel lfrom nylons, +0 lips+ickl. Pledgers are brough+ before a kangaroo cour'r- For every infraclion of rules se+ down by members, lhe pledges are senrenced fo various fasks. This roufine provides laughs for fhe whole school. The favori+e par+ of inilia+ion is fhe ballgame played wifh one boxing glove. To climax +he unliorgeflable ev- ening, lhe members serve refreshmenfs, and lhe pledges are 'rhen fully recognized members of "G" Club, fhe le+- +erman's club of Garden Cily High School. Our main purpose is fo promole beHer afhlelics and encourage co-operarion among our alhlefes. To furrher our course, we have ioined olher clubs in sponsoring soc hops and olher similar aclivilies. We also renl loleacher seals ar baske+ball and foc+ball games. Leff lo Righlz Marvin Hamm-an, Phil Webb, Alfred Alexander, Bob Bergkamp, Von Danford, Bob Monfgomery, Jim Ackley, Jack Chrnshe, Eugene Palmer. Second Row: John Dickerson, John Robinson, Homer Bullard, David Babcock, Bob Ellis, Laverne Tuffle, Terry Sheehy. Third Row: Sam Bulferfield, Don Couller, Kenl Hummer, Frank Barber, Don Michel, Duane Garner, Bob Henderson, Errol Harkness, Kennerh Esfer. Lell lo Righl: Leona Ochs, Carol Wilson, Pally Higgins, Joan Tasker. Second row: Delores Easlman, Carolyn Whealon, Marilyn Danlord, Nancy Lee, Maggie Pappas, Ginger Barker, Linda Rooney, Dec Vee Vanderpool, Pal Wood, Glenda Opifz. Back row: Miss Brainard, Belh Grealhouse, Pal Halbleib, Glenda Frizzell, Firma Boxler, Pally Carealhers, Ann Whilehead, Lily Dreiling, Mary Bergkamp, Judy Mai. G.A.A., OUTSTANDING IN FUN, WORK, AND GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP "Whal happened lo lhe pie?" "Gel your feel oll my sandwich!" "Who boughsl lhe pickled pig's leel?" were some ol lhe quoles from an ambilious group ol G.A.A. members being inilialed al lhe annual lall picnic. To be in lhis organ- izalon, members musl show good sporlsmanship and keep heallh cards. All ol lhis is soon lorgollen when lhe lun ol playing fairly wilh an equal opponenl be- guns. ln lhe lall while lhe wealher is slill warm, we find lhis group ol girls play- ing soccer or lag foolball one or lwo nighls each week. As lhe wealher changes, so do lhe sporls, and lhe girls heed lor lhe gym where baskelball seems lo lake lhe spollighl. lce skaling parlies and bowling arc also popular lor groups ol girls especially inleresled in earning exlra poinls for lellers which are awarded lo oulslanding members in lhe spring. One ol lhe lealured parlies ol lhe year is a roller skaling parly held early in March- Each ol lhe girls escorls a guesl and furnishes relreshmenls aflerwards. Baseball and 'rennis are lavoriles among everyone in lhe spring. These sporls help prepare lhe girls lo sponsor lhe GAA Play Day, held May 8. Schools from all ol Weslern Kansas parlicipale in lhis lield day. Officers ol lhe Girls' Alhlelic Associalion for lhis school year were as Follows: Presidenl, Pal Higgins, Vice-Presidenl, Carol Wilson: Secrelary- Treasurer, Leona Ochsg Sludenl Council Represenlalive, Joan Taskerg and Freshman Represenlalive, Erma Taylor. Nolder's Service 0 rea 3f?1m.. W i Q Firsl row, lefl +o righl: Myrna Archibald, Kalhy Bonduranl, Ramona Drees, Barbara Balmer, Velda Huggins, DeAnn Halcher, Barbra Fansler, Sandra Sfephenson Second row: Nancy Lee, Beih Greafhouse, Pal Higgins, Deann Holmes, Carolyn Dunnan, Joanne Vannaman, Florence Lile. M-ifllYf1 Croolr, Carolyn Blalre, Beverly Wilson, Marlene Slreefer, Barbara Brady, Maggie Pappas, Wanda Slraif, Nancy Thoreson Third row: Joye Shurlz, Kay Smilh, Louise Sherman, Kay Brehm, Glenda Opirz, Rosalie Gerber, Karen Elland, Nancy Unruh, Pal Finley, Elvira Valenzuela, Nancy Richardson, Juanila DeCamp, Joanne Cripe, Laura Srillwcl, Pauline Michel, Roberla Michel, Karen Schroeder Fourlh row: Leo Jo Kopp, Belly Mai, Louella Goss, Pal Carealhers, Sylvia Horning, Janel Rice, Phyllis Bodam, Sharon Drees, Lolella Saller, Joan Herringlon, Belh Duvall, Connie Brown, Delma Embree, Sharon Sheehy, Ann Wallers, Firma Boxler, Charles Schoonover Fillh row: Marlha Neel, Wilrna Johnson, Judy Burnside, Shirley Miller, Janell Hudspelh, Sandra Brolcover, Sharen Collins, Maggie Schwaiger, Deanne Harms, Donna Clarlr, Karen Hapes, Helen Maglaras, Roberla Kraus, Sue Elriclm, Rose Ann Daler, Kennelh Ochs. Elvin McCombs, Larry Landwehr. Sixlh row: Myra Hughes, Melba Simmons, Jane Eves, Mary Louise Lange, Pal Devolld, Mary Lucille Caslro, Joy Jungferman, Wanda Jean Hays, Beverly Davis, Nancy Riclcner, Eslie Deaver, Deanna Reicherl, Jack Chrislie, Ross Slevens, Jim Aclrley, Roberf Monl- qomery, Diclc Near, Dallas Brown, Bob Ellis Sevenlh row: Rose Marie Befls, Sylvia Brown, Jaclxie Bedlmer, Don Wesl, Laverne Tu++le, Sammy Lowry, Darrell Lowe, Carl Marlin, Roberf Henderson, Bill Kinney, LeRoy Arnold, Larry Craig, Doyal Brunson, Jack Morris, Gary Hcring, Larry Eves Eighlh row: Sharon Beclral+, Mary Jo Slandley, Karen Corn, Gary Bugg, Larry Monlqomery, Dennis Doris, Roger Webb, Franlr Davis, John Robinson, Roger Aberna-lhy, Gary Balchelder, Leonard Brungardl, Bob Berqlramp. Officers were Kalhy Bonduranl, Presidenlq Bob Minler, Vice-presidenl: DeAnn Hafcher, Secrelary-'rreasurerp Pal Higgins, Pep As- sembly chairmang Terry Sheehy, Publicify chairman: Velda Huggins, Sludenl Council represenlaliveq and Joye Shurlz, Reporler. The sponsor was Miss Brainard. PEP CLUB ADDS TO SCHOOL LIFE The Pep Club's laslc was lo keep lhe pirir up. We always lcnew, whelher we were winning or losing, +ha+ 'rhese loyal supporlers, wilh lheir new emblems and while swealers, were behind us, yelling us on lo viclory. Some of 'rheir pro- jecls were faking busses fc oul-of-+own games, preparing pep assemblies, and sponsoring olher proiecls which come up during lhe year. Dibbins' Drive In 59 P1 Xa' Back row, lefi fo righfz Carl Marlin, Dallas Brown, Larry Landweh r, Neal Logan, Joe Milner, Harvey Hanneman, Bill Gruver, Charles Henderson, Don Gross. Fronf row: Karen Elland, Phyllis Bodam, Nancy Richardson, Nancy Unruh, Paify Finley, Elvira Valenzuela, Mary Lou Lange, Shirley Miller. FIRST-YEAR DEBATERS MAKE GOOD SHOWING Wilh a look +o fufure prospecls, if seems +ha'r nexf year holds grea+ 'lhings for +he debafe squad. The firsi'-year debalers did very well fhis year a+ fhe fournamenfs +hey aHendecl, especially a+ 'rhe Sou+hwes+ern 'lournamenl' in +he inexperienced division. The +eam also did very well a+ 'the Ulysses novice four- namen+. The Ulysses lournamenf was a good example of "How close ye+ so far" one can ge+, wilh Harvey Hanneman and Joe Milner qualifying for The semi- final brackef, buf losing ou+ by choosing +he wrong slip of paper. Those kinds of breaks are hard +o +alce, bu+ we remember +ha+ mosl of us have nexf year +o re- deem ourselves Wi+h +ha+ in mind, along wi+h +he upcoming debafers, we can say we have a promising year ahead. '-3-"L rdf .,-M., rg, 4 DALLAS BROWN GEORGE MANGAN LARRY LANDWEHR CARL MARTIN 60 Phillis Repair Shop "U- 'uf "Ki, Baclr row, leff fo righf: Earl Smifh, George Mangan. Joe Hamill, Larry Eves, Marvin Willccn, Mr. Holladay. Fronf row: Georgia Dillon. Joan Taslrer, Joy Jungferrnar1,Beverely Devolld, Carolyn Penny. EXPERIENCED DEBATERS WIN The enfire squad percenfage of wins in comparison fo 'the number of rounds debafed shows an increase from fourfeen percenf for lasf year fo forfy- seven percenl' fhis year. From fhesc figures one can see fhe balance made on fhe squad as a whole. Carolyn Penny and Beverely Devolld fied for fhird place af fhe Osborne fournamenf, fo lose fhe frophy only by fhe flip of a coin. Larry Eves and Marvin Wilken foolc fhird place in fhe K. O. League four- namenf. The debafe squad affended fournamenfs a+ Russell, Winfield, Osborne, Ulysses, Hufchinson, Oberlin, Haven and fhe K. O. League. The debafers were disappoinfed when bad weafher condifions prevenfed fheir affending fhe Topeka fournamenf. The fhird Garden Cify lnvifafional debale fournamenf fhis year proved fo be a huge success wifh fiffy-fwo feams from sixfeen schools parficipafing. Haven foolc fhe firsf place frophy home, while Hufchinson fook second. Dodge Cify and Russell fied for fhird place. if Wu' MARVlN WILKEN LARRY EVES CAROLYN PENNY BEVERELY DEVOLLD DeCamp's Safefy Lone 61 LePP Po righP: Wanda Jean Hays, Sharon BeclcePP, Billy Woodard, Darrell Lowe, Jack Chrnsfxe, Russell Blrlcle, Ramona Drees, Ross SPevens, Mr. Maxson, Barbara Baller, Larry Craig, Violef Barber, Karen Schroeder. SUGAR BEET RECORDS EVENTS ThroughouP Phis year's enPire journey, Phe Sugar Beer has kepP an accuraPe accounP of all Phe imporP- anP happenings- IP is Phrough Phe school paper 'PhaP each crew member learns of 'Phe evenPs of Phe pasP 'Pwo weeks and 'Po whal he may look forward in 'Phe near Pu'Pure. The Sugar Beef has presen'Ped many ouPsPanding PeaPures. Spe- cial six page issues have been pub- lished wi'Ph our ChrisPmas issue in color. More picPures of school - life have been prin'Ped Phis year may Phan ever before. For Phe Pirsl' 5' dd The Sungzmn-1 Beet S"""'l'2i.lii'ii' Junior Play The Unned Fr A Cast Chosen Under 'Phe guidance of our advisor, Mr. Maxson, Phe sPaP'P has aPPempPed Po mold Phe Sugar Beef inPo Phe "voice of 'Phe school." We have worked Po re- porP 'Phe differenP acPiviPies of Phe many organiza- Pions, so Phaf our school paper will be a complePe record of Phe difPeren'P sPages of our long voyage. Spor'Ps EdiPor . Jack ChrisPie f- --- Assis'lanP SporPs EdiPor . . . . Ross SPevens Circulaiion Manager . . . . . Delores AusPin Pime, Phe sPaPP elec'Ped aP 'Phe 'PirsP :in l P F R d B-H Woodard of 'Phe year was permanen'P 'loo ea er ' I Y PhroughouP 'Phe enPire year: bePPer Exchange EdH,or . Sharon Beckead, organizaPion could be gained Phrough Phis sysPem. 3 P P 5ocie+y Ediforl FirsP SemesPer . Marilyn Jones lowlhe S+-aff members are as lol' Second Semes'Per . Joanne Cripe Edi'Por . . Barbara Baker Regorlex-E. ld R D I l ' usse ur e, amona rees. AssnsPanP Edlfor . Larry Craig Joye shud!! Karen Schroeder' Advisor . . Mr. Maxson VioleP Barber, and Shirley Vid- Business Manager . Wanda Hays auffl- AdverPising Manager . . SPudenP Council RepresenPa'Pive- - Gary Bugg, Darrell Lowe Larry Craig We of 'Phe Sugar Beef hope +haP we have been Po have been able 'Po conPribu'Pe Po Phe safe anchor- a help and a pleasure Po each of you. We are glad ing of our ship in Phis lap of liPe's iourney. 62 Sfoner's Sfores 'X Q Ry 75 f ik Q21,M!!Wf4X ,f -3' Zo L .H--1111""""'1'l"" E W WX 7 N J W 1 W TF'-NN K mwzfffghx -N X 1: X R X?-,Li 5 X X, X '-If-N ' . "fN, V1 ff f Egfr" Q A fy Wi? " W X K A V11 fl Q 1 KX 5 x XX N KK X 'ff f' X l K 4 ww Q S Xl X XX X :Li XC :gf ff E ,-QQQQQEX Qing? 5 Y Ai W "-' -' ' 7 5' Q Q X I IW' f s1'X-Qi ff fly X If 1 K ff X K X, f X ' X 9 ' -S ff x ! YQV5 5 Q + 1 ' X " I, ' Q iff X I . 9 x fi W I ive oin s ervice 92" T e Kayelfes ere +he Police Kayeffes enyoyed g I g Orch ds lo lh Team a p esenfe by fle fl He epers d TI q ese u derpr leged chl ren ayefles n lh r home o nq oal S-HfefY Week a freal ai Clf isfmas ac o fo gf nces +I Sa1drJ Tas er Eshe ea e Miss Fry e Grea+house PaHy H ggins Sharon Drees Deanne Holmes LoleHa Salfer Miss Arms+rong Fronl ro Rachel Rulh rford Nancy Lee Joye Shirfz Barbara Balmer Ramona Drees Judy Bu ns de De Ann Halche Helen Maqlaras RELIGIOUS AND SCHOOL SERVICES BOOSTED BY KAYETTES Wilh +he help of fheir sponsors, Miss Armsfrong and Miss Fry, fhe Kayeffes have complefed fheir 2,000 poinl' award plaque. Seeing fhe hap- py faces of fhe children a+ The children's Chrisfmas par+y inspired fhe KayeH'es 'lo achieve many wor'rh-while proiecfs during fhe year, which included fhe Mo+her-Daughrer Banquel, fhe Thanksgiving Baslcef, and 'fhe Eas+er Service. Along wi+h +he Hi-Y and llio G-Club, fhe Kaye'Hes spon- sored +he Mardi-Gras and +he soclc-hop. As one of +he main proiecls for 'rhe year +hey sponsored Safe+y Week, which included running +he police offices for one day. These and oiher high-lighis will be remembered by lhe girls for many years. Sformonf Consfrucfion Company 7' Mm' 65 '5 Firsl row, lefl lo righl: Rav. Pearce, Sammy Lowry, Dick Moore, Neal Logan, Larry Wasson, Charles Henderson, Ted Hall, Carl Marlin, Andrew Larson, Marvin Wilken, Larry Monfgomery, Gary Bugg, George Mangan, David Lyon, Kennelh Cole, Dennis Doris, Roberf Howard, Roberl Alherlon, Second row: David Gish, John Robinson, Bob Auslin, Harry Seymour, Oscar Kunze, David Long- ley, Don Sooby, Harold Hillis, Jay McCormick, Paul Taylor, Mickey Miller, Don Ward, Doug Hayn, Raymond Wilson, Mr. Maxson Third row: Ted Bruegel, Larry Jones, Bob Wesf, Darrell Gcss, Bernard Hallich, Frank Davis, Bob Monlgomery, Dick Near, Homer Bullard, Kennelh Ochs, Larry Holder, Jack Morris, Lerry Eves, Delmer Dunham, Lloyd Wilcox, Doyal Brunson. Fourlh row: Lowell Jackson, Charles Phillis, Jerry Smilh, Bob Berends, Laverne Tulfle, Richard Woodard, Slanley Johnson, Charles Schoonover, Don Michel, Benny Sfowers, Johnny Auslin, Bob Minler, Bob Ellis, Kerll' Hummer, Frankie Ba,-ber, Elvin Mcfjombg, Eldon DdllSY. GGVY Lucas, Tom Walker. HI-Y STRIVES TO FOLLOW THE PURPOSE OF THE ORGANIZATION The Hi-Y lhroughoul lhe year has slrived +o follow lhe purpose of fhe club, "To creale, mainfain, and ex+end fhroughoul home, school, and communily high slandards of Chrisfian charac+er." Some of 'rhe proiecls carried ou'l by This club are 'lhe planning of lhe Thanksgiving pro- gram, 'lhe Easler program, and lhe preparalion of a Chrislmas baskel for some under-privileged family. The club also sponsored, along wilh 'rhe G-Club and Kayelles, lhe Mardi Gras par+y. Garden Ci+y was lhe sile of 'rhe Hi-Y Dis+ricl Conference 'lhis year. Because of +he wea+her only Charles Schoonover, Roberl' Monlgomery, Kennelh Ochs, and Mr. Maxson, sponsor, allended fhe Hi-Y Model Legislalure a+ Topeka 'lhis year. The club, in keeping wi+h lhe precedenls se? lasi' year, again parlic- ipaled wilh lhe aid of lhe Kiwanians and lhe local ci+y governmenf, in a Cily Governmenl Day, wifh many of lhe sfudenls parlicipaling. The club was under lhe leadership of Mr. Maxson. Marvin Wilken, Presidenlg Frank Davis, Vice- Presidenlg Larry Montgomery, Devofions Chair- man, Sfanley Johnson, Secrelary-Treasurer, Ken- nefh Cole, S+udenl Council Represenfaliveg Arlhur vlaxson, Sponsor. ii 66 American Tracfor and lmplemem' Co. -. 1 'Jaw Wanda Jean Hays Deanna Holmes SPIRITUAL LIFE IN SCHOOL ln 'rhe beginning was The Word, and Ihe Word was wilh Gocl, ancl Ihe Worcl was God. John l:l. This Bible passage fils very well in 'rhe Spirilual Life in School, we open our clay al' school wifh our morning clevo+ions. A+ Ihis lime we ge+ our s+rengI'h from God Io con- Iinue fhroughouf lhe clay. Al' cle- rm ww Larry Monlgomery Irwin Johnson brings a Chrislmas message. volions we have heard Ihe differ- anl minis+ers of Ihe Iown, along wiI'h 'the sluclenls who have con- Iribulecl a greal' cleal 'ro +he devo- Iions. As we face our 'Irials and Iribulafions of +he day, we look 'forward Io our Spirilual Life in School. Wanda Jean Hays, Deanna Holmes, and Larry Monfgomery, represenling ihe Kayelles and The Hi-Y, planned fhe services Ihroughoul Ihe year. Y' in ......- Y..'L"k 5 wgwme, M A Af lhe annual youlh banqucl, Mr. Elland challenged fhe group wifh a message, "So Send l You." He emphasized ihaf each mus? malre his own Jecision concerning fhe fype of life Thai he lives. The Youih Council, a group of represenfalives from various churches, has been an inspiralion +o fhe communily by sponsoring various religious programs and aciivilies. Wi+h fhe guidance of Miss Bernadine Siiis, Rev. Earl Minrurn and Mr. Lloyd Haag, +hey planned +he Easier sunrise service, +he Chrislmas scenes in Sfevens Park, 'I'he burning of fhe greens, +he you+h banque+, and you+h week ser- vices. The high school members on The Youfh Council were Kenne+h Cole, Har- ry Seymour, Rachel Ru'rherford, Karen Schroeder, Juanila DeCamp, and Wanda Jean Hays. Scene from a four ac? play eniiiled "The Los? Church" The Holy Sacrifice ol fhe Mass, commonly referred lo as presenled during You+h Week by fhe young people of lhe fhe Mass, is fhe Cenlldl ac1ofCa+holic worship. Church of fhe Nazarene. HX S X f fir? xQ'Tk"'-he x X f X I 'Xxx Q12 5 3533 gif: W A Smfh NN""'w,.,, my D ve, ua. fl 3' Froni row, leff +o righfz De Ann Hafcher, Ramona Drees, Joanne Cripe, Frances Sfillwell, Rose Ann Dafer, Barbara Fansler, Befh Greaihouse, Joye Shurlz, Barbara Balmer, Mr. Hulrquisf, Louise Sherman, Joyce Dc Ford, Carolyn Dunnan, Janell Hudspefh, Karen Elland, Beffy Mai, Rose Marie Bells, Wilma Johnson, Myrna Archibald. Second row: Mary Lucille Caslro, Joan Vannaman, Lolelfa Seller, Bob Minfer, Frank Barber, Wendell Rovensfine, Dick Fanlrhauser, John Aus+in, Larry Eves, Ted Bruegel, Larry Jones, Carl Marlin, Bob Ausfin, Francis Herman, LaVerna Mafza, Anne Wal+ers, Kay Smifh, Carolyn Feldman, Vora Lee Currey, Theresa Leiker ROBED CHOIR ACTIVE This year fhe Robecl Choir consisfed of nine+y members. The high ligh+s of +he year for +he Choir were +he Spring Concer+ and +he Kansas- Olclahoma league clinic November IO af Liberal, Kansas. The members journeyed +o Liberal by cars for 'rhe mass Choir Clinic. The choirs a'Hend- ing were from Hays, Liberal, Guymon, and Garden Ci+y. The clinic was 70 Garden Cify Company D , I am., 5 is Third row: Bonnie Pafriclr, Juanira De Camp, Marilyn Jones, Bob Monlgomery, Diclr Near, Frank Davis, Ronnie Erharl, Wilfred Herman, Benny Slowers, Doynl Brunson, Bob Ellis, Richard Woodard, Larry Monlgomery, Bill Kinney, Gary Bugg, Kennelh Ochs, Ross Sfevens, Connie Brown, Pal Higgins, Sharon Drees, Sylvia Brown, Kalhy Bonduranl, Leo Jo Kopp, Sharen Collins. Fourrh row: Karen Schroeder, Jackie Bedlrer, Sandra Broolcover, LoueHa Goss, John Robinson, Bernard Haflich, Marvin Wilken, Larry Wasson, Jacl: Chrisfie, Ken? Hummer, Charles Schoonover, Bruce Auller, Kennefh Cole, Bob Henderson, George Mangan, Peqqy Haflich, Rachel Rufherford, Shirley Miller, Peggy Wasson, Sandra Sfevenson, Sharon Sheehy, Mariorie Moeder. THROUGHOUT YEAR direcled by Professor Claylon Krehbiel, from +he Universi+y of Kansas. The Robed Choir parricipaled in +he Chris+mas Feslival on December 2l. They sang for fhe Rofary Convenrion which was held in Garden Ciry. The main appearance was 'rhe annual spring concer+, "Say il' Wifh Music," in which fhe 'lheme of fhe early colonial days was porfrayed. Paul Scheer Repair 71 Mary L Casfro Jaclue Bedkar Loulse Sherman Accompannsf 72 Carolyn Dunnan Ramona Drees Barbara Baker Joyce De Ford Sharon Drees Peggy Hafllch Myrna Archrbald BLUE NOTES The popular Blue No'l'es have been a mann aHrac+son many fumes lhroughoul fhe year Blue Nofes conslsl' of nme gurls who work lo gefher +o gel a smoo+l1 fone and good blend on all lypes of musnc from +he classucal lo +he popular They have dellghfed 'I'he audiences of crvnc clubs and convenhons appeared wn+h +he orches+ra presenf ed special numbers rn Show Beals and fhe Say If Wufh Muslc programs School 'Funchons such as The Junior Senior Prom and Grad uahon also claim much of +helr hme The Blue Nofes singing has helped In maklng fhls years lourney a pleasanf one They are as follows Flrsf sopranos Mary Lucille Casfro Ramona Drees Jaclue Bedker Second sopranos Carolyn Dunnan Barbara Baker Joyce De Ford Al'I'os Sharon Drees Peggy Pound Hafluch Myrna Archrbald A+ rhe begunnmg of 'Ihe second semesrer Sandra Slephenson lomed +he Blue Noles as an alfo The accompannsr IS Lounse Sherman and 'fhe dlrec'I'or IS Julius l'lul+quis'f. B eoufy Box Salon l Roberf Aushn Leo Jo Kopp Roberl Hende son Chas Schoono er 'WHS f-qv? Bob Monfqomery MUSIC MASTERS The Music Masfers have provncled much enferfaanmenf durnng fhns school year They have presenled bolh a capella and accompa nved numbers 'rhrullnng 'rheur lusleners wl+h specnal+y popular and bar ber shop muslc They have appeared un many school programs such as Say I+ Wl+h Musnc and olhers They also proveded enloymenl and enlerlalnmenl' +o cnvuc clubs convenhons and relnguous groups The Music Masfers songs have echoed +hrou h fhe halls of Gar den Czfy Hugh School and fhey have been a we come group when ever 'rhey appeared on our lourney They are as follows Fnrsl lenor Rober+ Aushn Second +enor Rober+ Henderson Barllone Charles Schoonover Bass Roberl' Monfgomery Theur accompamsl' us Leo Jo Kopp and fhey are under +he dlrechon of Julius Hulfqussf Deerfield Pefroleum 73 ,,,5"'4m'-:,- . "" ' 5 A ff ,sus W. , 4 2 J 4' I' 1- '. I ,f i . V A 1 . : ' , : . . : . 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A , X Firsr row, le'F+ lo righl: Glenda Opifz, Charlorfe Franlr, Firma Boxler, Myra Hughes, Wanda Sliail, Judy Burnside, Mildred Moeder, Deanne Harms, Marlene Slrcerer, Mr. Hulfquisl, Magdalene Schwaiger, Beverly Wilson, Florence Lile, Marilyn Crook, Joan Mnnlcler, Carolyn Blake, Donna Lyon Second row: Delores Ralzlaff, Erma Odneal, Jane'r Rice, Paffy Finley, Agnes Green, Bill Rooney, Bill Farr, Dallas Brown, Rachel Rufherlord, Wanda Lyon, Elvira Valenzuela Third row: Mary Lowe, Deanna Reicherf, Maggie Pappas, Jane Escalada, Marilyn Mader, Jerry Newcomb, Charles Henderson, Tom Slalom. Gerry Kells, Wanda Fowler, Mary Pfeifer, Roberla Kraus, Sue Elriclc, Barbara Brady, Roberla Michel, Beverly Davis Four+h row: Anna Mae Husband, Shirley Lundblade, Gladys Robinson, Donella Gilpin, Marlina Frank, Rosalie Gerber, Vivian Le' forl, Phil Seirz, Dwighf Sourhworfh, Alfred Alexander, Sleven Charles, Mary Agnes Spor, Louise Leforf, Phyllis Leforl, Leifa Hamill, Marlene Melreal, Pauline Michael, Laura Sfillwell, Mary Fare. GIRL, BOY SONGSTERS TAKE PART lN FESTIVAL AND CONCERT The imporlanf evenrs of rhe Mixed Chorus for lhe year were 'rhe Chrislmas Fesrival, December 2I, and lhe "Say if wifh Music" Concerr, February 23. The officers for +he Mixed Chorus are Dwi hr Soulhworfh, Presidenig Magdalene Schwaiger, Secrefary-Treasurer: Jujy Burnside, Reporlerg and Beverly Wilson, Sludenl Direcror. 74 Donford Truck Sfop Firsl row, lei? fo riqhf: Palfy Higqins, Befh Greafhouse, Marfha Neel, Marilyn Croolr, Duane Garner, Ray Laliclrer Larry Jones Sharon Beclcefl, Karen Corn, Wundell Rovensiine Second row: Roberl Darnes, Direcior, Shirley Miller, Florence Lile, Larry Wasson, Sam Lowry, Roberi Monigomery Ronnie Erhari Mervin Robinson, Carl Marlin, Jimmy Koch Third Vow: Ronnie Beclreff Jerry Laliclrer, David Lyon, Leo Jo Kopp, Darrell Lowe, Roberl Afhf-r'fon, Bob Berends Peqqy Wasson Larry Monfqomery PEP BAND WENT UP TOWN WITH POPULAR NUMBERS The pep-band, a selecf group of players, played for all baslceiball games and many special evenfs. They have always included a large selec- iion of numbers in iheir library buf were belle: in presenfing currenl' popu- lar numbers. Their frips included fhose +o Guymon, Oklahoma, and Dodge Cify where lhey really a++rac+ed a++en+ion. The pep band, fheir uniforms, and seleclion of music for baskefball games enioy a na+ional repulafion. Sfenzel Truck Sfop Cafe 96 lifllilillli Firsl row, lefl 'fo righf: Jerry Laliclxer, Dwayne Vaughn, Phillip Bugg, Gary Snyder, Judy Anderson, Barbara Gardiner, De Ann Hal- cher, Helen Davis, Jane? Coolf, Linda Nally, Juaniia De Camp, Helen Maglaras, Beverly Davis, Charlfon Brown, Marilyn Crook, Mary Lee Weldon Second row: Roberf Dames, direclor, Charles Henderson, Leroy Yorlc, David Sfarr, Palricia Huflmasfer, Lewis Beihel, Alefa Sel- over, Kalhleen Bonduranf, Wilma Johnson, Ray Laliclcer, Barbara Fansler, Keren Corn, Joyce Schaplowslcy, Vela Perry, Johnny Davis, Leo Jo Kopp, Gerald Evans, Janice Woolman, Karen Elland, Joyce De Ford, Florence Lile, Mary Jo Slandley, Phyllis Bodam, Jane Henderson, Ken? Nanninga, Nancy Porler, Darrel Herrell, David Lyon, Joy Junqferman, Mary Lucille Casfro BAND BRINGS HONOR As in previous years, lhe high school band con+inued fo main- fain i+s repulalion as one of lhe oulslancling bands of 'rhe nalion. Their big frip was 'lo Emporia for lhe Garden Cify-Emporia foo+ball game and on +o Manha++an where lhey marched during +he hall-+ime a+ The Kansas S+a+e-Universi+y ol Nebraska foolball game. The concer+ band presenled Hs annual winler concerl' March 9. The K. O. League Band Fes+ival was held al Hays, March l5, lb. The band presenled i+s sfudenl assembly for 'rhe iunior high and senior 76 Williams Music Company ' WWW.is-.as-':s'5 : 4 . 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Howard, Gary Balchelder, Leonard Brungardl, Peqqy Hailich, Dennis Doris Fourfh row: Livonia Yorlr, Judy Mai, Grefa De Remus, Mary Fare, Roberla Ford, Myrna Archibald, Carolyn Dunnan, Millie Smilh Larry Wasson, Kennefh Cole, Larry Monfqomery, Darrell Lowe, Duane Garner, Roberl Alherlon Rober+ Henderson, Wanda Jean Hays, Sammy Lowry, Dean Holmes, David Gish, Neal Loqan, Belh Grearhouse, Marilyn Jones, Sharon Brueqel, Wilma Huffman Larry Jones, Ted Bruegel, Bob Berends Deanna Holmes, Joan Vannarnan, Lynda Rooney, Sharon Beclcerl TO OUR SCHOOL high sludenrs, March 25. The Pop Concerl' was given May 4 and fea- lured a variely of numbers. Band members will nol soon iorge+ rhe band banquel' and prom which were held March 26. The band, 'rwirlers and firsl' chair players were represenraled in +he nalional publicalion "Firs+ Chair of America." Wirh only rwelye seniors leaving fhe band lhis year, 'rho iunors and sophomores loolc Forward +o ano+her grear season. OF 'rhe many colorful hall-lime shows presenred a+ foolball games, rhe "flag-raising" wi+h colored lighfs was probably lhe mosl' popular wi+h rhe fans. Williams Music Company 77 'S Fronf row, leff fo righf: Lauise Sherman, Ramona Drees, Vora Lee Currey, Darrell Lowe, Leo Jo Kopp, Joyce Herringfon .lanef Cool: Carolyn Penny. Second row: Rose Marie Beffs, Silvia Brown, Leona Ochs, Nancy Unruh, Alefha Thomas, Gerry Kelis, Shirley Unruh Third row: Bob Ausfln, David Gish, Mr. Crawford, Nancy Thoreson, Linda Guillen, Ray Allen, Dennis Doris, Neal Logan 78 The high school sfring symphony had a very busy year. Three con- cerfs for fhe general public, an assembly program, and several appearances before civic groups comprised ifs local acfivifies. Ouf of fown acfivifies included a concerf for fhe Dodge Cify High School sfudenf body, fhe an- nual orchesfra clinic of fhe Kansas-Oklahoma league in Guymon, Oklaho- ma, and parficipafion b fhree of fhe members in fhe Federafed Music Clubs' Confesf. The orchesfra also made up fhe nucleus of fhe Garden Cify Civic Symphony which played fhe accompanimenf for fhe annual Fine Arfs presenfafion of "The Messiah" by Handel. ln ifs concerfs for fhe general public, fhe symphony endeavors fo presenf fhree fypes of programs. The firsf, fhe "Chamber Music" concerf, is enfirely culfural and educafional in nafure and is rapidly affracfing growing crowds wifh each year's presenfafion. The second, fhe "Pop" concerf, is enfirely devofed fo fun and enlerfainmenfg and fhe fhird is ar- ranged fo include a large variefy of music fo please all fypes of music lovers. The members of fhe symphony make fhe final decision as fo whaf fhe orchesfra will play for each concerf. The officers in fhe orchesfra are as follows: Presidenf, Louise Sher- man, Vice-Presidenf, Ramona Drees: Secrefary-Treasurer, Leo Jo Kopp: Reporfer, Vora Lee Curreyg Librarian, David Gish: Sfudenf Council Rep- resenfafive, Darrell Lowe: and Sfudenf Direcfor, Louise Sherman. Garden Nofionol Bank u fi-iw Rose Marie Bells, Silvia Brown, Jane? Coolr, and Mr. Crawford, Louise Sherman, Carolyn Penny, and Alefha Thomas, high school sfring quarfefie mem' Joyce Herringlon high school-facufy sfrinq quar- bers. lefle members POP CONCERT DRAWS LARGE CROWD To +he sfrains of lhe lovely "Clair de Lune," by Debussey, fhe high school s+ring symphony opened i+s annual "Pop" Conceri' +his year before an es+ima+ed I200 persons. As +he curfain par+ed slowly, a moonlighf scene gree+ed +he audience. The girls were lovely in 'lheir whi+e formals, fhe boys dashing in fheir dark suifs wi+h car-na+ions in 'rheir lapels. All of fhe 'runes heard in Par+ I were abou+ fhe moon, +he nighf, or +he day. The Blue Nofes were beaufiful fo see and hear as They sang "Nigh+ and Day" +o +he accompanimenl of fhe orchesfra. An en+irely diHeren+ appearing symphony was seen by +he audience in Perl ll, for The s+age was filled wi+h Gypsy folk dressed in +racli+ional cosfume. Alrhough 'rhe music was in+errup+ed +hree +imes by a charac+er named Bobby Troubador, alias Bobby Ausfin, who was finally dragged away oy fhe men in fhe while coa+s, lhe audience was charmed by fhe well lcnown funes such as "Zigeuner," "Dark Eyes," "Play Gypsies Dance Gypsies," and ofher well known melodies. Ramona Drees, soprano: and Leo Jo Kopp. accordionisf, were soloisfs in +his porlion of +he program. The annual "Pop" Concerf is becoming +radi+ional wifh fhe sfring symphony. I+ is +he big fun and en'fer+ainmen+ program of +he year for fhe orcheslra. ,vig i l "-nl. Porfer's Flowers Swim My How They sung' Two Sharps and a ai Dng Hua? peppy bar Anoflwer excellenf performance Taking a bow iw.. ay If wnih Music Payne s Wczsfzeferla .mm1W""" .. K ,lp I X F W0 iw J, Z 1 Illll mllllfl 1 X l M I, mV? 43 ld Ml K MMI WEE '-ff FL ?+ li X x 5--X X 35? ff? iff fax' ...fxvfx A -fin? X if QR? W!,5m rg gm Xi? QM IJ jf- . 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'ZW' rr , ' HJohnH Leffermen '53 82 S , 3 V 1 2 i 4 Sk, .. 1 5 .1 0 In g 5 , j- gfffa ds' 7 'Q ., Q1 1 Q45 J J? r J .Q J J as fre ' 7 n :W 1? 7 . 1 , ..-A , -V .vs . 1-Q V' I A 3 'L-2 ,W . ,', 1. ,. r, H ,. . ,A , , ' 1 5 -' 1-:-' A ' , . - - ,, s ::- if K . . . 'J .,,.,,: - -F, ,,:,,,., -:-:ji ik ix i -:"-.- -IM " i r , J ra -Q as or ,J S6 Firsl' row, leff fo righf: Dale Ginesf, Kennerh Beadles, Earl Smifh, Don Wesf, Tom Sfaion, Roberi Brungardf, Roberf Bergkamp, Roberi Henderson, Errol Harkness, Larry Eslinger, Don Coulfar, Mike Lansdon, Bud Deaver, John Auslin, Manager Second row: Bill Farr, Sleven Charles, Ervin Caldwell, Leonard Brungardi, Bill Kinney, Jim Koch, Roberi Powers, Ralph Barclay, Dick Near, Frank Davis, Paul Taylor, David Babcock, Homer Bullard, Rcberi Dale, James Salyer H' seems 'lhai everyone 'lhoughi' lhe boys picfured above couldn'+ make +he grade as a foolball feam un+il affer 'lhe firsl' game. Our ieam acled like an angry buzz saw cuf- iing iimber as +hey clipped 'lhrough lheir sched- ule, cu'H'ing down four lough feams, 'lying lhree, and losing 'lo iwo. All in all we're salisfied wilh our season, afier +aking second in flue K. O. league. Two boys on fhe +eam, Laverne Tu'H'le and Jack Chris+ie, were given honorable men+ion on +he all Soufl1wes+ Team wi+l1 one boy, Jim Ackley, making +he firsf +eam. Acme Glass Company "Who's Tired?" 5 -.N -5. .,, ,.,1.E v . gig., ' '- , we .. 4 -sb'-W ,M f ' 7 " .S V .kai J lg v -I , -V , ... . .,,..w:iz A . V . y :g i a,. .. -, L. , ..., I -, , V . 1 uf 1 , ' - f V. , , ' H ' QW- gtg-r' iz: Ms, 1 ' fs, ' . f , v'fLdz"9'Jf.r "'-vw. ii . Jfiiu I '.: f Aj -I , 44. K' r l , , -. I Third row: Marvin Hamman, coach, Kennelh Esler, coach, Bruce Aufler, Tom Kilch, Max Ladner, Larry Eves, Elvin Caldwell, Gary Balchelder, Eugene Palmer. Leroy Arnold, Roberl Montgomery, Max Binney, Don Michel, Jim Aclrley, Andrew Larson, Tom Walker, Dwighl Soufhworfh, John Diclrerson, coach Fourlh row: Bob Ellis, Terry Sheehy, Laverne TuHIe, Duane Garner, Don Sooby, Roberl Wesi, Charles Schoonover, Phil Vlebb, Jack Chrislie, Roger Webb, Russell Birlcle, Von Danford, Larry Wasson, Harold Brunqardf Garden Garden "Fog and Happy" Garden 2 1--' Garden Garden Garden Sl X 5 Garden , 'ml Garden 'A ' " f, Garden , C - -I no P33913 ' 352 If +' . : if-Ev'f'y,f wi "SCHEDULE AND SCORES" Cily 7 Hufchinson 6 Cily 7 Colby 7 Ci+y I3 Emporia I2 Cify 0 Hays Cadels I9 Ci+y 25 Liberal O Clfy 0 Hugolon 0 CiI'y I4 Colorado Springs I4 Cify I8 Guymon 0 Ci+y I2 Dodge Cily I3 Quarferboclc Club f " 2 , ' "Tuf" 5' , -r' w- , V I -. "Max" 'P'-cr 'Te r ry " It . . M 6 X . . ,E 4, . .K ,, , .Vi Ji, ,A Ii "Bob" "aw Le+'I'e 'nv "Phil" 2 Q, 1 4 'ff E swf- , . . .1 Elvin i "Bob" 7 ' "i' Q ., ""' Pf:, ' 'cc '45 , V 61.2.55 , J, H 1 , ,1- . .G e n e .. -1 ' - 1:51259 6 : ' , :yn 'K I . B 0 bl . Hoon.. 5 . II: 15 7? A . HAI.. rmen '53 83 af 4' has year for he urs? fume f e queen was crowne before fhe game Aso for fhe fvrs+ fume ihe udcn 1 y o the queen vas wnfhhed from everyone excepf +he oar: es unhl qam fume vw The queen and her arfendanfs reigned o er fhe q which Garden Clfy defea+ed Llberaf 25 0 me-W-vs 9 il er ihe game fha u en er aHen n f err corfs Il d + v c Ce 5 r corna I n nce AH r an exceHen'f program for T queen e res? of V e evemrc was spen+ dancrn e queen w s crov-ne by fhe cc capfaxns c vb Y fe 84 Fankhouser s cm e foo? 1.1. Q Y :R V x T ' k f' ' h d -. I ' ' ' V+ '- W 'f 1- ' I -'Q : h ' -2 ' . ' , ' v . ' e in Nina. ' 1 S . f A -W g if 0 ' A , f Hn XJ V I I AH q e , h da +s, and h ' es a iourneye fo he Ci I nier o a - "', H Vo da . e he , gif, ' 'W fi ., th h ' 1 , ' q. if ' 1' ' Th a ' d - ' f aa' am. I 9 ff. 5 ew 5 f""a"'Xx Jef- C 4,99 al f Lell lo rlghl: Errol Harkness, Don Wesl, Leonard Brunqardl, Gary Balchelder, Harold Brunqardl, John Poe, Phil Webb BII KI ney Sfeven Charles, Ralph Balclay, Don Coulfer. "B" TEAM RECORD I953-I954 Garden Cily Garden Clly Garden Cily Garden Cily la 433 Garden Cilfy Garden Cily Garden Clly Garden Cily Garden Clly Garden Cily Garden Ciry Cily e E Garden Cily Garden Clfy rm, sum fn ld Garden Garden Cily Garden Clly Garden Cily Scoll Cily Hugolon Holcomb "A" Ulysses Hays Cadels Salina Liberal Hays Cadels Guymon Hugolon Ulysses Liberal Dodge Cily Holcomb "A Guymon Greal Bend Dodge Ci+y Myers Mill: Proclucfs ,.,:.:4:g:,:::,:,:5,:5:-:.:,., 1.35-:1.,::. 1:5-,, -. K- - 5 :,:-53: . xg:zz-:g...5,5:.s:.-.qt 1:r:.,5:5::.,:5:,:5:5:3:25zg:: F.: .5.1,:,f5: 1: Q , .A I ugly - f Ta : ., .:,' i I sle wk lc K + H er, Jack Chrisiie, Terry Sheehy, John Robinson Leif fo righf, around ihe circle: Roberl Henderson, Roberf Berg amp, en umm Phil Webb, Don Wesl, Garden Ci+y Garden Ci+y Garden Ci+y Garden Ci+y Garden Ci+y Garden Ci+y Garden Cify Garden Ci+y Garden Cily Lyman Walclc. Foreground: Coach Bufferlield, Coach Esfer. This year +he Buffs 'faced a big problem, +ha'r of breaking in a new coach. They made a slow s+ar+g bu+ under The leadership of Coach Bu++er- field and Coach Es+er, +hey improved every game. Only Ulysses and 'rhe Hays Cadefs can boas+ of beafing 'the Buf- faloes fwice during regular season play. I+ was said of fhem by someone lhis year, "l have never seen such a bunch of scrappers. Even when 'they are behind, +hey slay in lhere fighfingf' U+ilizin lhis scrap wifh 'team play and hus+le, lhe Buffs won five of +heir lasi eig?1+ games. The 'team caplain +his year was Jack Chrisiie, one of +he +wo seniors on rhe squad, a lhree-year baslcelball le'r++erman, and +he squad's high scorer. Sco++ Cily Garden Ci+y Hays Cadels Hugolon Garden Ci+y Guymon Poioque Garden Cily Hugolon Grea+ Bend Garden Ci+y Ulysses McPherson Garden Ci+y Liberal Ulysses Garden Ci+y Dodge Cify Hays Cadels Garden Ci+y Guymon Salina Garden Ci+y Greal Bend 43 Liberal 54 Boker's 'S L -.J 4 -9 Kipp H31 i 3 i -an X Q x A 32 KJ Ouecm of Hearfs' Y .3 w m def opolnfs' K XXNXMA 41 W ,, hm Barbara Baker a cro ned ueen before Hue Dodqe Garden qame The ueen and her ariendanfs rerqned af fhe home cormnq dance Held fre fhe qame af We Cl nc Cenfe 90 Pafncks School Supply I . ,, 5 3 3 ' ' W ' - . ::'A 7 A X 3 X 3 3 ' f T ff. r A ,A 1'r' r a ,, , Kg 1415 iw ,G 3, V Q, ,, "ef - N 0 53 if W 45 0 :Q ' . I ' - K .Av-A Exam G 1 w 5 w Q - I INTRAMURALS AND WRESTLING PLAY IMPORTANT PART IN WINTER SCHEDULE Johnsons Sfcmdcrd Servfce Wh qoI whom? B II or BasIreIL:vaII? V Ience me in! YIA' T' 2 .f f , 1 ' f 4 Q fz Exclfinq, eh? 1 o j 1 5 ! .--"""' wwf?- 52 I Z!! ,J E xvwwm-w'.,,,,...---A . Fazrmonf Food Service CMJ 132' Flrsl row, leff fo rigl'1?:Sna'Jn Drees, Barbara Balmer Ramona Drees, Eslie Deaver, Jayme Rose, Delores Auslin Second row, Mr. Kiene Ross Srevens, Kenneflr Foreman, Bob Monlgomery, Ronald Erlwarf, lolrn Rcblnson, and Frank Davis SENIORS PRESENT 'lIT'S PAPA WHO PAYS" is , z 3 fall rr..., ..,,., , ,..,,: ,, .. .,,, H .. ,zxlz , :fgga A :gh A g ' . , : - .fl W: : 2 J 1 4 F- H.. Picfured lefl lo righf Ramona Drees, Ross Srevens, and Delores Ausfin. Delores and Ross lisfen infenlly as Monnie cxclaims "ln-raqine my delirium." w....,m-14 Direclor Francis Kle-nc Here ls Jclwn Robinson Pictured pcrlrayinq Magoon Kenneth Foreman as Farber Bob Monr- qomery as Wayne Carlllon ln "I+'s Papa Who Pays. 98 Keller-Leopold Insurance .sxez-sqm. l If loolrs as if Sharon Drees is offering sorneflwinq 'fo Kennefh Foreman and Frank Davis. 9- 'cv 55: 25 P 5 ' :::f: 2 Q. A 2, ::.,.,.,,.g,,. 9' "z u-21 1 . , vo VVl1y?l'1elunny qef-up Ronnne Valenfine Dance During +he year, K nq Bill a d ueen Jo Ann Clwrisimas Formal Blue and Silver Dance . 5 various dances and parfies were sponsored by differenf organizafions. These dances added color and variafion fo +l1e social life of flue school. Much 'fime and effori were pu+ in lusually a'r+l'1e lasf minufel fo deco- rafe and plan fhese dances. Bul all in all everyone enjoyed +l1ern. Mullin's 99 Dinner lime al' 'rhe cafele "inna- They keep our school clean Afler dinner come lhe dis E ,,:.,,,,, ...- ,QW if :lz i Some of lhe mosf imporlanl people in our school life are piciured on fhis page. The cooks give lheir lime and help in pre- paring meals in fhe school cafe- ieria so fhe high school siudenfs will have a place fo ea+. They cook good and nufrifious meals. The cusfodians work hard in or- der lo keep our high school building clean and H+ for school. They are very kind when if comes +o unlocking rhe doors and repairing 'lhe broken desks and chairs. We give lo 'I'hese helpful people, 'lhe cus+odians and +he cooks, our devoled fhanks for helping 'lo make our educafional journey possible. Counfry Club I 1' "HF M ' " 4 f -, ,. ,yy 9 3.41. V, A 7? , f V M, 2 ,ff ,. If Z xgfgj "1 ' Q ' ' and vb, Vm ha D 22 ' ?' in 1- a . A 9 V Happy! s , .Q ' 1 ,, , fn, INN U ' U ' Q ' 'g , -V V "" gf ' f A W1 'L . .,, ,, yy, Do you have a comb? V V .V -.21 5 4.5. 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Dankel, Omer Darnes, Gladys 64. 12, Darnes, Robert , 12 Dickerson, John 12, 56 Eilerts, Roland Elland, Andrew Ester, Kenneth 13, 56 Eveleigh, Frances Fry, Berniece 13, 64 Gosnell, Erven Hacker, Iva Hamman, Marvin Hebrew, Rice Henderson, Kenneth Herriott, Daisy Holladay, Howard 13, Hultquist, Julius 13, Jaggard, Robert Jamison, Bert Johnston, Roy Jones, J. R. Kiene, Francis Kingsolver, Martanna Lee, Iris Lyon, Kenneth Masoner, Paul Maxson, Arthur Miles, Ann Morris Jack Nail Peggy Nellis Gilmer Philips Morton Proudflt Mrs Ernie Quint Lydia Reed Helen Renick Charles Robinson Claude Schoonover Charles Sims Mrs John Sltts Bernadme 14 51 5 14, Stuart Nina Stone Harry Stone Mrs Harry Stover S L Tiller Mrs Harold Williams Dave STUDENTS Abernathy Roger Abrams Pat 56, 14, 65, 87, . 78 75, 82 ,82 ,65 56, 13, 13 70 62, 1 1 1 14, 53, 67, 94 12 12, 57 100 66, 94 12 79, 80 6 12, 97 12, 95 76, 80 83, 97 13 3, 11 67, 88 13 67, 96 100 100 62, 96 100 55, 95 13 61, 96 74, 80 9 13, 95 100 6, 10 96, 98 54, 94 14, 95 6 6 66, 96 6, 9 14 95 930 63 6768 Ackley James 17 55 56 59 82 Addy Norton Alexander Alfred 6 33 Allen Kay Allen Ray Anderson Edward Archibald Myrna 41 42 Archuletta Rosella Arey Donna Elaine Arnold Leroy 17 59 Atherton Donald Atherton Robert Austin Delores Austin John Austin Robert 6 14 97 11 52 7 Autler Bruce 6 33 53 55 67 71 82 Avila Delores INDEX Babcock, David 17, 56, 82, 83 Baker, Barbara 16, 17, 30, 50, 51, 52, 54, 59, 62, 64, 65, 67, 70, 72, 77, 96 Baker, Phillip Barber, Frankie 33, 56, Barber, Violet 33, 39, 62, Barclay, Ralph 42, 82, Batchelder, Gary 42, 59, 77, Bateman, Wilma Battin, Charles Beadles, Kenneth Bean, Loretta Beckett, Ronald 18, 75 66 64. 87, 82, .70 42 , 77 Beckett, Sharon 33, 59, 62, 64, 75, 94 Bedker, Jackie 33, 53, 54, 59, 70 42 Bennett, Jimmy Berends, Bob 6, 33, 55, 66, 75, 77, 94, Bergkamp, Robert 33, 52, 56, 59, 84, 88 Bethel, Lewis 33, 76 Betts, Rose Marie 33, 50, 51, 59, 78 67, 71, Bickett, Kenneth Birkle, Russell 18, 50, 51, 62, 82 Birney, Max Blake, Carolyn 42, Blanscet, Kenneth Blue, Marge Bodam, Phyllis 42, 59, 60, Bondurant, Kathleen 16, 18, 59, 64, 30, Bowen, Mary Boxler, Firma 33, Brady, Barbara 42, 59, 64, Brady, Herbert Brehm Kay Bl'lb16SCa Jesse Brookover Sandra 42 54 59 Brown Connie 18 30 59 Brown Dallas Brown Gwvn Brown Silvia 33 50 51 59 64 Bruegel Sharon 33 54 64 67 Bruegel Ted Harold Leonard 42 66 59 77 Brungardt Brungardt Brungardt Brungardt Brungardt Patricia Robert Thomas Brunson Doval Buell Donald Bu22 Gary 59 66 Bullard Homer 19 59 66 82 33 59 Bullock Darlene Burnett Arlene Burnett Ted 19 55 Burnside Judy 41 43 50 51 64 65 74 Caldwell Elvin 34 55 Caldwell Irwin Careathers Patty Jo Castro Marv Lucille 34 Charles Steven 43 74 Christie Jack 19 50 51 82 83 Clark Donna Cleaver Delta Cleaver Joyce Cobb Billy Jo Cole Kenneth 34 52 66 67 71 Collins Sharen 43 54 59 64 71 Cook Janet 43 54 64 77 78 Cook Melva 74, 7 59, 42, 64. 71, 57, 74, 83 33 64 55 77 50, 76 33, 59, 94 18 94. 94, 87, 7 1 , 95 58. 96 64 91, 98 17 97 96 97 95 18 42 82 42 96 77 , ,96 ,72 ,97 95 82 , ,95 ,95 64 , 79 18 96 83 74 95 18 74 95 95 71 78 71 77 95 100 70 77 83 87 82 87 6 8 7 9 5 8 9 54 5 7 Corn, Karen 34, 59, 64, Coulter, Donald 43, 56, Counterman, Betty Lou Craig, Larry 16, 19, 30. 84. 59. 83. 52, Cranston, Dana 43, 54, Cranston. Donald Craytor. Estella Crine. Joanne 19. Crook, Marilvn 41, 43, 59, 64, Crook, Ronnie Currey, Vora Lee 59. 74 19, 50, 51, 54, 71. Cutbirth. Patsy Dailey, Eldon Dale, Jean Dale. Robert Danford, Von Dater, Rose Ann Davis, Beverly 43, 54, 59, 64 Davis, Frank 20, 30, 6. 20, 56. 43, 59. Deaver, Edward ' v 67. 64. 19. 34, 82. 70. 75. 87. 43. 62, 95. 34. 64 64. 75 64 78 43 34 34 55 83 , 94 , 67, 74 50, 51, 59, 66. 82 83 96, 97. 43, Deaver, Estie 20, 50, 51, 54, 59, 64. DeCamp, Juanita 20, 50, 51. Dechant, Alex Dechant, Betty DeFord, Jovce 20, 50, 51, 71, 72 Denison, John DeRemus. Greta Ann Devolld, Beverely 34, 39, Devolld, Pat Dillman, Sue Dillon, Georgia 34, 50, Dinkel, Frank Dinkel, Walter Doris Dennis 34, 59, Draeger Jayme Drees Ramona 21 50 51 59 59 62 64 65 70 72 78 84 Drees Sharon 21 30 50 51 34 50 34, 66 7 20. 51. 97 59, 64, 34 77 20 76 61 59, 54, 61. 34 77 5 v 1 Drelling Dreillng Dreilmg Dreiling Dunham Dunham 67 71 72 84 Alice 43 54 oe John Sylvia Beatrice Delmer Dunnan Carolyn 44 59 Duvall Beth Duvall Gary Edwards Donna Elland Karen 44 59 60 Ellis Bob 34 56 Embree Delma 94 7 Enriquez Martin Erhart Ronnie 21 Erickson Stephen Erker Clifford Escalada Jane Eslinger Larry Espinosa Paul Etrick Sue Evans Terry Eves Jane Eves Larry 34 59 Eves Mary Fankhauser Dick Fansler Barbra 35 53 58 59 Fare Mary Farr William Feldman Carolyn Finley Pat Ford Roberta Foreman Kenneth Fowler Wanda Frank Charlotte 22 Frank Martina 6 76 97 96 96 97 95 96 96 77 34 67 96 64 66 53 83 94 97 77 70. 98 83 65 . 98 70. 77 95 20 84 95 95 64 64 96 97 43 97 78 5 6 7 7 , . , , 42, 54, 59i 95 ' . 21: 96, 98 7 . 100 ' ' . 42 . . . . -. 4. 6. , , 7 14 , , , ,64, 67, 70 . . . . . . . . 35. 96. 93 3 , 7 . 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Gene 22, 96 Goss, Darrell 6, 35, 55, 94, 96 Goss, Louetta 34, 39, 54, 59, 64, 70, 95 Greathouse, Beth 35, 53, 54, 57, 59, 64. 65, 67, 70, 75, 77 Green, Agnes 44, 54, 74 Gross, Donald 44, 60 Gruver, William 45, 60 Guillen, Linda 64. 78 Haflich, Bernard 22, 50, 55, 66, 70, 96 Haflich, Peggy Pound 22, 64, 71, 72. 77, 96 Hall, Theodore 45, 66, 76, 95 Hamill, Joseph 35, 61, 96 Hamill, Leita 45, 64, 74 Hanneman, Harvey 45, 60, 97 Hapes, Karen 35, 59, 64 Harkness, Errol 45, 55, 56, 83, 84, 87 Harms, Deanne 45, 54, 59, 64, 65. 74. 76, 95 Harris, Stanley 35 Hatcher, DeAnn 35, 53, 58, 59, 64. 70, 76, 84 Hatcher, Jalayn 23 Hayden. Frances 35, 64 Hayn, Douglas 23, 66 94, 96, 97 Hays, Wanda Jean 35, 50, 51, 59, 62 64, 65, 67, 77, 96 Heiman, Robert 45 Henderson, Charles 45, 60, 66, 74 76 Henderson, Robert 45, 50, 51, 56, 59 71 73, 77, 83, 88, 97 Henry, JoAnn 23, 96, 97 Hering, Gary 45 55, 59, 94 Herman, Francis 23, 71 Herman. Wilfred 23, 70 Herrington, Joan Burt 23, 59 64 Herrington. Melva 23, 59 Higgins, Patty 35, 50, 51, 54, 57, 59, 64, 65, 7l, 75, 77. 95 Hillis, Harold 35, 66 Hodges, Millv 45 Holder, Larrv 35, 66 Holderness, Darlene 35, 64, 97 Holmes, Deanna 35, 52, 59, 64, 65, 67. 77 Holmes, Donald 45, 55, 95 Holmes, Elma Jean 45, 64 Holmes, Gerald 23, 95 Horning. Sylvia 45, 54, 59, 95 Howard. Robert 35, 53, 66, 77, 94 Hubbard, Walter 24, 55, 95 Huber. Anna Mae 24, 54, 64, 94 Huber. Bobbv 45, 95, 97 Huber. Jackie 35 Hudspeth. Janell 45. 54, 59. 64, 67, 71 Huggins. Velda 35. 52, 53, 58. 59, 64 Hughes, Myra 45, 59, 64, 74 Hummer, Kent 35. 56, 66. 70, 88, 94 Husband. Anna May 45, 54, 64. 74 Jackson, Lowell 45, 55, 66 Jacobs, Pat 35, 53 Johnson, Stanley 24, 66, 67 Johnson. Wilma 45, 59, 64, 71, 76 Jones, Larry 45, 66, 70. 75, 77. Jones, Marilyn Potter 24, 64, 70, 77, 96 Jungferman. Joy 36, 59, 61, 64, 77 96 Keithey, Mary 64 Kells, Gerry 45. 74, 78, 95 INDEX pn Kent. Mary 36, 39, 53 Keune, Sandra 36, 64 Kiehl. Edward 24 Kinney, Bill 45, 59. 71, 82, 87 Kitch, Tom 36, 82 Koch, Jimmy 41. 45, 52, 75, 77, 82, 94 Kopp. Leo Jo 46, 54, 59, 64, 67, 71, 73. 75, 77, 78 Kraus, Roberta 46, 59, 74 Kunz, Oscar 46, 66 Kunze, Dorothy 36, 64 Ladner, Max 36, 82, 96 Lalicker, Jerry 6, 36, 55, 75, 76, 94 Lalicker, Ray 24, 75, 76 Landwehr, Lawrence 46, 59, 60, 95 Lange, Mary Lou 46, 59, 60, 64, 76, 95 Lansdon, Charles 46, 83, 94, 97 Larson, Andrew , 46, 55, 66, 83 Laughlin, Buddy 24 Lee, Lawrence 46, 97 Lee, Nancy 36, 53 54, 57, 59, 64, 65 Lefort, Louise 46, 54, 74 94, 97 Lefort Phyllis 24, 53, 74, 95 Lefort, Vivian 36, 53, 54, 74 Leiker, Theresa 36, 52, 54, 71 Leon, Jesse 36, 76 Levitt, Robert 94, 95 Lile, Florence 46, 59, 64, 74, 75, 77, 94 Linenberger, Bob 36 Litzenberger, Evelyn 46, 64 Logan, Neal 46, 60, 66, 77, 78, 94 Long, Louise 25 Longley, David 36, 66 Loomis, Shirley 46, 64, 94 Lowe, Darrell 25, 50, 51, 52, 59, 62, 75 76, 78, 95, 96 Lowe, Mary 36, 53, 54, 64, 74 Lowry, Sam 46, 59, 66, 74, 77 95 Lucas Gary 36, 66 Lunblade, Shirley 46, 64, 74 Lyon, David 36, 66, 67, 75, 77, 97 Lyon, Donna 46, 74 Lyon, Wanda Jo 36, 53, 74 McCombs, Elvin 36, 59, 66 McCormick, Jay 46, 66 McCoy, Joan 25, 94 McMichael, Marvin 36, 95 Mader, Marilyn 46, 74 Maglaras, Helen 36, 39, 59, 64, 65, 77, 95 Mai, Bety 46, 59, 64, 71, 77 Mangan, George 36, 52, 61, 66, 67, 71. 95 Martin, Carl 46, 50, 51, 59, 60, 66, 67, 71, 75, 77, 95 Martin, Edith 46 Matza, LaVerna 36, 53, 71 Mekeal, Marlene, 36, 53, 54 64, 74 Michel, Don 16, 25, ao, 50, 51, 52, ss, 66, 82, 83, 84, 94, 97 Michel, Pauline 46, 59, 64, 74, 95 Michel, Roberta 46, 59, 64 74, 94 Miller, Donald 46, 55, 94 Miller, John 25 Miller, Mickey 25 66, 95 Miller, Shirley 46, 50, 51, 59, 60, 64, 67, 71, 75 77 95 Milner, Joseph 47, 60 Minkler, Joan 25, 74 Minter, Bob 36, 55, 66, 70 A Akai 4 ' -- Moeder, Marjorie 37, 52, 54, 71 Moeder, Mildred 47, 54, 74, 95, 97 Montgomery, Larry 37, 50, 51, 59, 66, 67, 71, 75, 76 51, 52, 56, 82 83 98 59, 66, 70, 73, 75, 76, , , Moore, Dick 47, 55, 66 Morgan, Jacqueline 47, 64, 94 Morris, Jack 37, 55, 59, 66 Moseley, Donald 37, 96, 97 Mulch, Jimmy 37, 94 Mulch, Merrill, 26 Murdock, James 26, 97 Near, Dick 26, 59, 66, 70, 83, 96, 97 Neel, Martha 47, 59, 64, 75, 76 Newcomb, Jerry 47, 74 Nolan, Sheila 37, 96 Ochs, Kenneth 37, 59, 66, 71 Ochs, Leona 37, 53, 57, 78 Odneal, Erma 47, 74 Ohmes, Al 6, 26, 55 Oliver, Barbara Haflich 26, 64, 65, 96 Opitz, Carol 26, 95 Opitz, Glenda 47, 57, 59, 64, 74 Osterbuhr, Ronnie 37 Owens, Max 47, 94 Paasch, David 26, 95 Palmer, Eugene 37, 56, 82 Pappas, Magdalene 47, 54, 57, 59, 64, 74 Parks, Donovan 47 Patrick, Bonnie 37, 53, 54, 64, 70, 94 Penny, Carolyn 37, 61, 64, 68, 78, 79 Perez, Benny 37 Perez, Carmen 37 Peters, Robert 47, 82, 97 Pfeifer, Mary 47, 74, 97 Philbrick, Ronald 26, 97 Phillis, Charles 27, 66, 95 Phillis, Clarence 47, 55 Poe, John 47, 87 Prosser, Peggy 47, 95 Ratzlaff, Delores 47, 64, 74, 95 Ratzlaff, Donald 27, 97 Ray, Betty 37, 64, 94 Reichert, Deanna 37, 59, 64, 67, 74, 94 Rice, Janet 47, 54, 59, 74 Richardson, Nancy 47, 59, 60, 67, 94, 95 Rickner, Jackilyn 37, 53, 54, 64, 67, 97 95 Rickner, Nancy 47, 59, 64, Robinson, Gladys 47, 74, 97 Robinson, John 16, 27, 30, 50, 51, 52, 56, 59, 66, 70, 88, 94, 96, 97, 98. 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