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

 - Class of 1960

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f 'f y, 4":f"S, wx -:?,"-fv!,,,-.Aa -- +- s 3,3 'f' We, as students and faculty of Garden City High School, along with other citizens of our community, join together as we extend the hand of fellowship to Unni Larssen, our Norwegian foreign exchange student. ,yvrvvb 775 ,1 X f W w r .ww x L:l.l..Mif4' LL C C. dfikj f 4' ,ff,,fM'w fx fx -Um.. ,,, . 4 I flff f f K f 1 1 9 I 1 ' K The Tales They Tell The handclasp of a long-loved friend, The clinging fingers of a tiny babe, The friendly hands of those who wave To greet me, strolling, on the street, ' Each brings to me a message sweet. The agile hands of pianist That pluck the harp-strings of my heart, The tapered fingers of thesculptor, skilled, Who draws from out a block of stone ,, His dream-folk, prisoned thereg , Each has a message clear to teh If I've the wit to read it well. - The roughened hand of him who toils . That I may take my ease, e , The probing hands of surgeon, 1 As he seeks the cause of ache or pain: The reverent hands of one who seeks A closer fellowship with Gods T May I have eyes to clearly see The message that each has for gne. T Edw. E. B111 , ,BUFFALO city. . ' Co-Editor T C63-Editcr ' A ,ln no o ov o r A 4' new f - -W .5 T 'T f F H551 f T QNSW ' . " f', :YV 4' 'uxwf' . .I Q, ,law 2 ' ' ' fn- JE -cf. ew m1li.' 95?1',!:fin U A he ,WN - il. 1, .,,r, u .eve 4. - 1-.1 , .ee ,.s e,1,w,,--M ,. Pa 11. a ' ' Q 'Q7,::'5L:-:ee"" V H hs 39 A Q ,K l , xl ' V, .Jn i, 'Q As school began last fall, Garden City High School had in its halls many new students. This in itself was not unusual, even though one of these students was. Garden City's citizens had been waiting with anticipation to greet this student. In fact, they had helped to bring her to their community by, in the case of Garden City High School students, selling pop bottles, chocolate cakes, and wire hangers to raise money. From her first introduction into her American surroundings, her person- ality has harmonized and blended with, as well as improved, the personalities of those around her. Her sparkling smile and happy ways have enlivened the work, play, and study in which she has participated. She has helped to show that there definitely is a "golden cord close binding all mankind." This person is no longer anew student. She is Unni Larssen, our foreign exchange student, who has been able to bind her native Norway to her host country, the United States, by extending "hands across the ocean." It is to her that the 1960 Buffalo Staff dedicates this yearbook as a way of saying, "We've enjoyed getting to know you, Unnl." 3 Go, you Buffs! The Beauty and the Beast! n ,. .... . 9 '12 Unni enjoys her American family, the Ora Martins. Unni and her Methodist friends share experiences at their planning retreat. L., J ' i Administration Sophomores . Juniors . . Seniors . . . Religious Life Organizations Music . Athletics . School Life . Index . . . gold f Q nfenfs and Faculty mm ands - But an understanding of sponsibility. Their goal is to channel the young, the wisdom and understanding of mature adulthood. These men very well the meaning of the saying, "A thing of 'beauty is a joy forever." The results of their best efforts are, in the final analysis, the most beautiful products of creation. A Their best efforts resolve to make the future components of the human machine, Sandburg's mob, work consistently throughout their individual lives toward the harmony of races and creeds and the strengthening of the demo- cratic ideal. With the sensitivity acquired by experience, they are the qualified drillmasters of tomorrow's army of leaders and listeners. For the evidences of their faith, for their efforts applied during the 1959-1960 school year, the students of Garden City High School, particularly those of the graduating class, extend their heartfelt gratitude. . 0 5 WEE!! , 1 . ,. , , ,Z-.w",is1::f:?m-W .. 3 .. ,f -g.:ff,,::,.: 52' iii, avfmb ,A-'Gyn aw WY 5 mil" V. Q'l'l,'I'l'llll'il?S Hmm Bus Hands IIIZLIIXIH-111 l.l,XIlM.XllXVlI.I.l.XNS KF' ,k Y.. NYI YIX I'XXSL'll XI XI HPI Ill ,IHIINNWN ww 'N' in tl Sue "MQW Hands For Useful Purposes We have all observedthehands of great musicians, surgeons, artists, architects,,sclentlsts, and trades- men at work. We are always amazed atthe remarkable results that they are able to obtainbyuslng their - hands. Why are these individuals able to use their two hands 'in such an outstsndlngltmanner and thus obtain such a high ,degree of proficiency? The answer is simple. Although the hands possessed by these outstanding people are the same as those of all other human beings--four fingers, thumb, and palms--they have developed such fine usage only by years of study, training, and practice. In almost all cases, individ- uals are capable of making excellent and valuable use of their hands, if they are determined and willing to pay the price. Our hands are slmllarto our .other possessions in that they have little value until they are put to good use. Your hands can con- tribute to the welfare of man, but only youcan determine how. 4 . Leroy Hood, e ,Superintendent if L 1 I , , , 52552 l 'l'l Yi ! , . X ft s f, ' -Z'-15.524 1-tg J 'lf W,s,5.O,,... X , H .1 7-5,1 2:,j:,e:':, f S, 'a N Q 1 .2 h i s f . ., 9? X Q QTEM N l 1 ffl , Hands For Learning In choosing "I-lands" as the theme for this year's Buffalo the members of the yearbook staff have lndlcag that hands are an important part of the life of our school. lagree with them completely. .Hands which are used for learning are important contributors to an education. Think how often you use in writing, in shaping materials, in carrying in typlng, and in so many other activities con- with your school life. Yourahand are important to your future. Keep them busy helping you to lssrng and before you know it, they will be the hands of a master craftsman, a nurse, a lawyer, a doctor, a teacher, a rancher, or any one of a thousand other occupations which require skilled hands to go with an educated brain. V I Bill Jellison Principal A. B., Baker University, Baldwin, Kansas. Advanced Study, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. American Government, Counselor, Guidance Committee, J.1nior C lass Adviser. B. S., Northwestern Teachers College, Natchitoches, Louisiana. Advanced Study, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. English, Sophomore Class Adviser, Pep Club Adviser. GEORGE BAUER B. S., Pittsburg State College, Pittsburg, Kansas. C olo rado, Boulder, Colorado. IN EZ BARBEE Advanced Study, Pittsburg State College, Pittsburg,Kansasg University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, University of Arts and Crafts, Senior Class Adviser, Art Exhibits. VETRA BERINGER B. S., University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. English, Kayettes Adviser. CAROLYN CASH 0 u A. J. CHOPP B. S., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. B, S.: M. S.,Ok1ahoma State University, Stillwater,Ok1ahoma. Secretarial Typing, Business Law, Economics, Junior Class Adviser. A. B., Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas. World Geography, Visual Education. GEORGE C USHM AN B. lvl. A., University of Denver, Denver, Colorado. ' 1 Bookkeeping, Shorthand. M. S., Pittsburg State College, Pittsburg, Kansas. C ECIL DAVIS B, S., University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. M. A., Colorado State College, Greeley, Colorado. Biology, Football, Wrestling, Golf, G-Club Adviser. JOHN DICKERSON A LBERT DIMMITT B. S., Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. M. A., University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. World History: Key Club Adviser: Guidance Committee: Sophomore Class Adviser. EUGENE EISENBISE B. S., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. B. S., McPherson College, McPherson, Kansas. Advanced Study, University ofWyoming, Laramie,Wyoming. Physics: Science Club Adviser. Spanish: French: Spanish Club Adviser: French Club Ad- viser: Senior Class Adviser: Student Abroad Committee. B. S.: M. A., Denver University, Denver, Colorado. Advanced Study, University of Colorado, Boulder,Co1ox-ado: Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. Shorthand: Senior Class Adviser: Guidance Committee. , MARBETH EMSWILER 0 u BERNIECE nw B. S.: M, S., Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Biology: Physical Science: Junior Class Adviser. B. S., Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Advanced Study, University of Wichita, Wichita, Kansas: Fort Hays State College, Hays, Kansas. Plane Geometry: Advanced Algebra: General Mathematics: Sophomore Class Adviser. BETH GR EATHOUSE MAX R. GO LDSBERRY L. C. GARRISON, JR DA LE GIBSON B, S., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. Advanced Study, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. English: Jl1lli0l' Play: Sophomore Play: Junior Class Adviser B. S., University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. Algebra: Plane Geometry: Physical Science: Pep Club Adviser: Cheerleaders Adviser. B. S., Fort Hays State College. Hays, Kansas. Advanced Study, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Vocational Agriculture: F.F.A. Adviser. DUDLEY T. HORTON JULIUS HULTQUIST R, N., St. Catherine's Hospital, Garden City, Kansas. School Nurse B. S., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. Advanced Study, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. Industrial Arts: Junior Class Adviser: Football: G-Club Adviser. KENNETH HENDERSON Adviser: Guidance Committee. RAY HINER, JR. B. S.: A. B., University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. M. S., Pittsburg State College, Pittsburg, Kansas. English: Journalism: Sugar Beet Adviser: Sophomore Class Adviser: Sophomore Play. MARVIN HAM MAN B. S., Panhandle A. and M., Goodwell, Oklahoma. American History: American Government: Junior Class cult B, M.: B. M. E., Bethany College, Llndsborg, Kansas. Advanced Study, Colorado State Teachers College, Greeley. Colorado: University of Denver, Denver, Colorado. Robed Choir: Mixed Chorus: Vocal Ensembles. B. A., Stanford University, Stanford, California. DONNA KEYSE i BETH lXlILLS.XP B. S.: lil. S., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. Advanced Study, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. Psychologist. Associate of Arts, Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri. Spanish: Assistant Librarian: Student Abroad Committee. H JGH lXIORRlSON Il. DEAN NOLTE B. S., Fort Hays State College, Hays, Kansas. Advanced Study, Kansas State Teac Kansas. hers College, Emporia, Speech, Debate, Advanced Typing, Debate Society Adviser Senior Class Adviser, Contest Play, Senior Play, Guldanc C ommlttee. DOUG LAS OVER LAND B. S., M. S., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, B. S., University of Minnesota, Duluth, Minnesota. Orchestra, Honor Symnhonv, Kansas. Advanced Study, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia., Kansas. Biology, MORTON PHILIPS B. S., Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Homemaking, Family Living, F,H,A, Adviser, Junior Class Adviser. 0 'LL ARLENE RICHARDSON B. S.: M. S.,Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Commerce, Basketball, Track. B. S., Kansas State College, Pittsburg, Kansas. M. S., Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Librarian, Junior Class Adviser. M ERTON STA LEY BERNADINE SITTS B. S., M. S., Kansas State Teache Kansas. DALE ROARK ELIZABETH RODDA B. S., A. B., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. M. A., Columbia University, New York, New York. Advanced Study, American Academy, Rome, Italy. English, Latin, Buffalo Adviser, Guidance Committee, Student Abroad Committee, Junior Red Cross Adviser: Latin Club Adviser, Youth Council Adviser, Junior Class Adviser. rs Collegekgnporia, Advanced Study, University of Colorado, Boulder,Colorado. Chemistry. A. B., M. A., Western State College, Gunnison, Colorado. Band: Honor Symphonv: Peo Band ' KENNETH WARMAN Bl..-XINIC WELLS Not Pictured: WAYNE DICK!-IRSON LIC LAND KI-INDA LL B. S.: M. S., Oklahoma State University, Stillwater,Oklahoma Basketball, G-C lub Adviser. 1 PHILIP STRINGICR DON TIIRELKELD B. S., Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Advanced Study, University of Oklahoma, Norman,Okl:1homa: Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Vocational Homemakinggg F.H,A. Adviser: Kayettes .'Xdvisur. ICVELYN VAN VLEET B. A., Northeastern State College, Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Advanced Study, Northeastern State College, Tahlequah, Oklahomag Missouri University, Columbia, Missouri. American l-Iistoryg Psychologyg Sociologyg Senior Class Adviser. cult A. B., Fort Hays State College, Hays, Kansas. Algehrag Solid Geomvtryg Trigonometry: General Mathe- matics Ilg Director of Activities: Senior Class Adviser, Guidance Committee. Faculty members make plans for American l-Iducation Week. v Q OTES . 3 ,v I. WITH HOPE A great amount of work,much laughter, many tribulations and tears, challenges, failures and successes, fleeting .contacts with despair, and hope for the future---these are the results of campaigns in one of the toughest battles of life, the battle of adolescence. The sophomore may welcome or discourage any of these unlnvited gifts of sensation and experlencesg but his remaining years in high school promise him all of these. Their immortal registration in his personality is the composition of a truly understanding adult personality. The wisest person does not try to save his knocks but recognizes them as contributions to his resolution and strength of purpose. He avoids forestalling them only to avoid receiving them with greater impact in a later round of life. The sophomores have begun a good fight with their enthusiastic participation in school activities. Thus far, they have made outstanding contributions to theschool's various organizations and its academic fields. Those of the Garden City High School who have the best interests of the sophomores ln mind offer them a helping hand, a soothing touch, a plmch in the nose, or a pat on the back--whichever may alternately suit their needs. o ffzcers I Prcsiclcnt Student Council ll T N DANIEL FANKH.-XUSER Vlcc-President Secretary-Treasurer Student Council .pw il :A 31, g 92 2 -1 ' lg E ,, x 'J " .lulmnlv .'XCUSlll Jack .Xloxzlmlcr Czlrulvn .'XINl01'SUIl Roy .Xnctcrsfm Jl.lI1Ii.lHll1"i'l' if Ul'Yill1l .Xll4iI1SwI1 H1'Ill'.X' .Xvllzl Lucy .Xvilu Rmmlcl lizxlwx' -A 'r ' I "V -35 Kil'hIll'Il .Xrnulri 'Z . , .-. 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"J Al LIN F2 Q Q unions 4 - ' WITH FAITH The Juniors, during the past two years, have given future years much promise as truly fine examples of leadership ability, sportsmanship, and the many other qualities which unite to produce a lasting fire of enthusiasm for the school society. ' ' But tomorrow they will be the center of the limelight. Today and yesterday were their moments of preparation. "Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow" is their moment of trial. Today they are learners, tomorrow they will stand before a class of learners. Today is the brink of eternity, tomorrow---a heaven or a hell, and the decision between the'two will be borne by themselves for themselves, for their school, and for those who will consider age and experience as the qualifications of dependability. A prayer is offered for them by those who feel that their trust in their successors has been well established: Give them a steady hand that they may direct themselves and others on a true. and steadfast course ---- Give them a strong hand to signify their strength of purpose ------ Give them a gentle hand that they may keep that which they love ----- God, give each Your Hand ---- mold his ambitions, his abilities, and his destiny ---- t o the form of a whole man. V ' ' ' ffzcers C HAR LES BARTON y W W g 1 JUDY HAM MAN JANET cormons SANl?rRA B-ARNETT PSt'5:'gul-53:3-D Vice-President Secretary Peasufef X. .Iill .Xmlvrsnn limth .Xvm-UIQ Im' lim-ntlnn ' il UIFLI ' ' Jaxmcs .X1'xx'1m- IX nj M K v Tl Justin .-Xcklcv x Sifhfgfiii--'N' 2:3 - ' 3 . b , 1 3, - . LIL in Mzmuvl Beltran ChI1l'll'S Bill'lUl1 kzlrcn Quit llmmim' Burk niv Both limvlim, L. 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I 1 1 A, f 11 , ' 'l'L'S'l S'11nln"nm Melvyn Spvrry Wifi' 'MMI W l on 51 oufe Sll0l'l'j' Slum Y lo Jo lll Ntuclu 1' ,Jw ,V N, 'Jllw W' up 'wnswf " ' wll William Tollmort lf ' l Connie Swnnk Robe Ill U nflg 1 xx ood 1 llunnltl 'l'mx'nS Donnn Towns Susan Vnncv: lXlnr,g5:1rvt Sughruv liny Von Schrillz 35 mlml Wvlln .. .nl 'Na Jx 5 4 'X ' hx mlm, . . , A U, ': lwrim' Rum T Ruth X mx 'fa 1 "umm:xs, liunnvlll Lim-XX'--m1:1x'ui 'l'lwm11s, N-mlwrl Villlgfhll. Mary .Xnn Waltz L1ll'l'y XYJISSUH J il mv S Wvlmlm Wvl I s 4' '. lhllip XX ivhs Shirlvx' Wulf! 0 CS eniors ,. WITH ASSURANCE "Nothing at last is sacred but the integrity of your own mind." -- ---- Emerson. A An immortal blueprint of the construction of an educated mind has been left to each individual by Aristotle, Demosthenes, Christ--the great educators of history. The blueprint is beautiful, flawless-- but lt is only a blueprint. The materials to begin the sfructure lie at the feet of each individualg the know- ledge he needs is within his grasp, but he has no machinery to lay the foundation, none to build the walls. The senior need only look about him. Experience--perhaps the experience of a discarded philosophy-- and the effort of his hands will be his tools. 1 -----a nurse smoothes a feverish brow with cool, quiet hands, . -----the architectural engineer studies his work, traces with one finger the linear evidence of a ma- terializlng thought, -----a pencil held in a handtries to tell a million persons, "I-Iere's the essence of truth, joy, love----" and stops. ' The nurse is happy in her work. The engineer feels each day of his llfe's work hold a purpose, an adventure. The writer knows the limits of his understanding and the beauty of his ignorance. Each knows that his genius is the producto of a coincidence, the coincidence of education and opportunity, and the sacredness of the integrity of a true ideal. , fficers DENNIS SMITH WILLIAM TAYLOR lfl'CSldel1t ' ' Student Council I . u Y, l u JIM ELLAND BRENDA ALLEN WAYNE COOPER ' CAROL STERLING Vice-President Secretary Treasurer ' ' Student Council Our h igh school hands have done many things. IUNIO .XNDI-IRSUN lx.X'l'llY .XRC Jl'Ill'l'Il .XNIJI-IRSUN ' . SILXRUN .XNIJIHCXXS IXLXRY .XVIIA VIRGINIA ll.Xl7 -Q IIIILXLIJ Xllk ll XI-,I, lH'll'Iil-I'l"I' Illlxlm I-IHAIII ill Xl IJ I I XLI Irmlilb 1111 1111111 11111 011 r inexpvrivncvd sophonwrv hands I1 a rv changed sinvv IAI,hl,Il, l3I.IX L SI1IIil.llYIHilXf Xlilll TIN' l XXlI,l.XlKI.llIlXl1 IIXIHIN Illilll Twuflaers 'hands first guided us in scholarly waysg IUIIN Q' XR!! l'HlL'lC CHI' 'N UINIUN m'I'M"'x c'xlm1.c.x1.mwN S l..X YXVGIIN L UI 'X 'IDA KAYIC CUUI.l-lY XXIXYNI .IXNICICC X'XllI1Ill Excilofl hands explored th osvfirst high school acliviliosg IJIGVUNNA CUl'l.'l'I'Ili RUI3l'1li'I' CUY IU IX,Xl,I7 VR! !'l"I'Y GH WHGI-I IJICSIA DNGC ILXNH' ,XL KN DICK MASQ, MARY Lol' Cliummh IJUNALIJ lJ.Xl,l-I SIIKRUN lJIl'liI-INS 4 K Sophomore plays helpedproducv our class 's lulilP1lhtlllllSJ LINIM IJII.l.N.XN J ICRRY DUllI.l-IY H01 DN I-XY If I5 ICNBIS li ffZcx-1 fl 2 1-foxy ga DUl'G1..'XS IBRUSSI MARY .NNN DRICILING IFXTSY Dl'V.X LI. J.-XMICS ICIJIANIJ KICNNI-ITII l'II,l,Illl I' xll lAl.,X l'.fXlI-AIQSUN Khylhmiv humls vnjoywl thosfffirsl h igh school flumwfs. JUIIN IQRICKSUN ll XVII! F4 ISTICIQ GINLX G.XRK'I.X Kl.XllII,YN G.XYI.U vt' Hbwl-. l'.5Q .Xl XIJX f'llI1IIli'l'lllll IX l'Ill,I'fIiXlI1HlH Uurjunior hands opvrutvd more efficivnlly as X GIIISUN XIIXYNIQ GIBSON I II XXI I IN GII.L'IIIIIS'I' SGUUIS J ICIIIIY GIGUT .XIITIIL'II Gt JI-IT! I TIIUINIAS GUTTSClI.XI,Ii NUIIIXIAN GIIAVICS BY Sh i vc' ri ng LXNIGRI-1l'IN VIRGII. HANDS SILXRUN Il.XRKNl'lSS hands sold concessions and builtfloalsg JOYCE ILXMIIAI. IXIICLVIN ILXAS . ' , 4 , K , ' ILXIZOLD ILXNSUN W JUDY H.-XRTWELL VICTOR ILXYS Q. Applauding hands responded to melodramatic KNO MOIIIBT To Guide Her RUNA LD HICRRINI .NN IXl.Xlil.XNNI4I Ill-IRRLI-Il-I I C .XRO LYN H ICISM EYICR WINTUN IIINKLIC I1.XIiRYIlINIil.l'J ICVELEIGII SUIC NORTON IXIICH.-XICI, IIUXNIXRD L'.XRUI,YN HOOD We' clwvrvd the winning hands qfour lvamsg Ls. t'1wYYII'.Iu1lxs K' NNY Kllflll US, IARRY IlUI,'1'Ql'IS'I' RHIH-lR1UIXL'U XIIK IIXII Ixl I l I li ,IXNIC Ii KINC .XID Il IC'I"I' Y Kl'l'L I I Dirvclors ,hands inspiredour creation of music for all: JOSICVII Kli.Xl'h .XNNA IXl.XY l..XRGl-INT ,Q : IJLXNI-2 l.I'ItlN.XRIH .XHIA KRIGIZS ILXRI XX'Il,l.I.XM l,.X PNN! IAIKSH U' LIGIITNICR VICRLI-I LITZICNIH Rl I I XIX G Xlilfl' Nl XYU Proud hands sported our new class ringsg BliI'IND.X MARTIN Gl'Y 3l.XR'I'lN -3 if Ill ll'Gl, XS MCG! lil-IN Sl'l'I 1l0Gll.XW NYRLXN MOLINN R XXX IXXVIIJ MPMILI Irmrginatirv lmmls created 665011111 Sea Island IIS MI'INI7IM-X SIII-IIIRX' XIICIIUI-III NI G IUII N KIII-' XII NX IIIQVI-IR LY IXIINTIQR XIll.l.I'III l,II.XIII I N XIII I N VI-IIIX XIII IN Playing hands rompvd at boisterous carnivals. iI3.Xli.X MUUIU-I JAINIICS IXIOURIC x IINIMIIC NI'1SIil'I"I' s IXXTRIC IX All IRRI an la SIIXRUN NVSSICR BIIRNARIJ UIQDING JERRY OGBURN KONI-IR'I' Ullkll N Uur svnior lmmls rvacllvllfor tlwir ullimnlv goal as lfX'l'llIlTK ULOIN M.Xlill,YN l'lll1lI Fm .IITIIY I lll'NIJS UW PIlYl,I.ISO1'I'I'7 W.-XYNIC lxlililllil SICRT l'l-IT Xl TON lflHI,l Il N IxR1,u'1"I'l41Ql lLlx XXI Friendly hands welcomed 0 urfo reign exchange studenlg .XI,lC'I-I li.XYNl'I.'FUliIJ M XRY jx HliXRl'XI1'IQ fy . HON HIl'I'l'IIi GICNIC RHIEINSUN KHLXNIW lil K1 I-'RN f Q -ll L1 flick 1,511 cl 1' A f LS!-'JJ NIIHIIXI I'IY'I'Ul'1 X X116 Q54 6' L , U. l Excilwl luuuls uwaitwl h0mec0ming's crowning and dancvg Ill IIXX NIIIIHX HUli'l'l'INSI.X RUJKS Till INXS SIi'l"l'lIliS l SXXIJKX SIIUIH-I . . I',T SMITH .ll'I3Y SMITII Ill-INNIS SMITH II.Xlil,,XN SIIXIUIN Inquiring lulmls svarchedfor truths in more difficult subjectsg x,xxn'YsA11'1'1x RICHQXIKIJ SMITH 'run PM xs sxwru Y 471 XX Xl.'I'I,li S3lI'I'l1ll li X'I'lIYl'SXYl1liH l'.Xl'l. SVU!! IAVUN S'l'.XLlCY Nl XRVIN ST XXIll.I N Ilurrying hands expressed exuberance in multitudinous activities K ICNN HTH ST ILXSS lil! CAROL STICRLING DICK STHNGICI, IJUNXLIJ TANNI-Ill . .'.,lX.. FRANK WlLI.I.XIXl TAYLOR I.I'IIC T.XYl,UIi D,-XVH 'IYXYIAUR XXIIIIXNI ll NNI IXXIUIK Al las! our lvarnefl hands reachedfor treasured diplomas . I XY I'YI1l-'IIXYHHIY XI I-Il.VlN XY.Xl.liI-IR IEICIRNXIKIJ XXIXSING ICR I'..Xlil.I'.Nl'. TIIUNLXS I.XXXIH,M lx IHl.I l lil XYIIAIAI XM WA ITXX'Il1XXl!,XlilU'x Then-finished hands badefarewell to high school days. SILXRUN WIIALSUN V -. A7 lg, .IOSICPII WRIGIIT LXIKRY YORK NOT PICTURE D: Eugene Brungardt, Myron Gray, Sam Kemper, Robert Smith, Ellsworth Taylor. VHNNUN WIUUWS 1'.X'l'llIC I.X XYISIIUN nu uw-we 1' 5 V U 4. Wf"g C' 1 a V A751 L..:'!! I IK 5 ' U51 1 N 5 ' v f A Pa Mgr :fin '- F-Sw" ,ni he , if ' ': wil. Y Y -'Eff L 0' .l n ,I fi 1 l -u,,"g,ef, 'Liv , ' ' : iii - Yfiw " ' ' 'Wil' ' 'f' L r 41 J QX,-, ! 1vl1 fri Y 'www 1rHl.w,,sv-F A X' Hg ' ,, Q, Lf.QgMgR,, - , , g Iy1':9jw,,1u-N,- "Y: ' 1 .1C'.aM3,1ggv-,rl y . ..- MW, , X ,T '. ,- - w 3 'A A ,rg A bi 15323-1 K H . .1- f- -. -f fl" AA. - ' ' 1 - - ' ' ,Q fza 1 A Q' . x , ' A' -. M u I u 1 ' A 1 Y n 71 . x nv ' MDMP- " A ,mx 'lv 5 Q va .W W. - 1 , X ,M 15 vlwk u -1 A S BBB' ' 'UR 1 . 1 , ,Shaw N , K V it V 4 ,Q R -gi I' FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Margaret Mayo, Program Chairman, Sydnie Beth Bowling, Treasurer, Judith Anderson, President, Sandra Barnett, Vice-President: Kathleen Sughrue, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Van Vleet, Adviser: Betty Kitch, Pianist, Yondolan Clausen, Finance Chairman: Judy Hartwell, School Service, Carolyn Cash, Adviser. THIRD ROW: Carol Calhoon, Song Leader, Sherry Stone, Recreation Chairmang Beth Wilson, World Service Chairman. FOURTH ROW: Susan Vance, Publicity Chairman, Linda Garten, Devotions Chairman: Margaret Lile, Point System Chairman, Stella Emerson, Community Service -fs W' "U" Your Chairman. Hands Q Service One of the most active organizations in school is the Kayettes. Belonging to the Kansas Association for Youth, these girls have contributed to their school and to their community. With giving hands they presented Thanksgiving baskets to the needy and helped those abroad by making contributions to CARE. Their hearts became their hands when they helped underprivilegedchildren by giving them aparty at Christmas time. In presenting an Easter program to the student body of the high school, the members of the Kayettes extended their hands of love. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Carolyn Cash, Adviser: Lucy Lopez, Lavon Staley, Joyce Hamill, Betty Kitch, Linda Quint, Virginia Bauer, Carolyn Heismeyer, Kathy Archiba1d,CarolSterling,Sandra Renick, Marilyn Philips. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Van Vleet, Adviser: Merlene Rintoul, Diane Merrill, Carol Calhoon, Brenda Allen, Judith Anderson, Pamela Berglund, Janet Smith, Maria Krebs, Barbara Moore, Beverly Minter, Phyllis Opitz, Beverly Birkle. THIRD ROW: Julia Gibson, Judy Pounds, Shirley Brungardt, Karen McGraw, Lani Green, Janice Campbell, Alice Raynesford, Lavaughn Coen, Judy Hartwell, Stella Emerson, Mary Ann Hebrlee. BACK ROW: Patricia Morrell, Charlotte Quick, Lillian Sheehy, Sherry Mercer, June Anderson, Diane Leonard, Eileen Gerber, Margaret Mayo, Sandra Shobe, Carolyn Hood, Sharen Harkness, Sharon Nusser, 1 FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Patricia Ramirez, Carole Snyder, Coleen Whitehurst, Sara Smith, Rita Pickett, Delores Kleysteuber, Rebecca Crook, Johnnie Morgan, Nancy Sterling, Beth Wilson, Darlene Bauer, Leora Martin. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Coen, Judith Widows, Marcella Garcia, Janice Nusser, Ramona Bayer. Kayettes begin eventful year. V Patty Sughrue, Linda Garton, Linda Ellington, Peggy Smith Carole Cowan, Janice Cleaver. THIRD ROW: Pamela Marshall Diana Zirkle, Geraldine Peitz, Margaret Lile, Rebecca Brooks, Karen Walsh, Louise Weldon, Patricia Bergkamp, Mary Bergkamp, Carol Towns, Vicki Schroeder, Mary Dale. 1 v i "Give me your tired, your poor......." FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Roselee Pickett, Janet Becker, Alice Shea, Barbara Knight, Gloria Mesa, Mary Wagner, Sherron Johnson, Connie Swank, Darlene Duvall, Nancy Renfro, Marilyn Herlng, Patty Dunham, Yondolan Clausen, Karen Kope, Mary Kay Lefort, Margaret Sughrue. SECOND ROW: Joan Stucker, Sharon Etling, Marilyn Caldwell, Sandra Barnett, Kathleen Sughrue, Karen Coen, Patricia Leopold, Janice Hinkle, Janet Connors, Ruth Wagner, Julianel Schaberg, Diane Piland, Leona Dater, Jane Dreiling, Jannet Ballinger, Lee Sroufe. THIRD ROW: Lee Benthin, Linda DeRemus, Fleta Dyer, Jane Brookover, Dorothy hirker, Glenda Cleveland, Janice Grady, Susan Vance, Janice Fife, Jan Johnson, Joan Brinkmeyer, Donna Towns, Dixie Froggatte, Carol Hazlett, Saundra Steele, Judith Hamman, Pauletta Bird. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Nanninga, Vicki Mercer, Shirley Wolff,Jil1Anderson, Sydnie Beth Bowling, Sharolyn Doubrava,GloriaOsterbuhr,Mildred Douglass, Sharon Koksal, Diane Dutton, Sherian Peters, Judy Swartley, Susan Kidwell, Sandra Mahuron, Janet Garvert, Shirley Palmer, Sherry Stone. R '-I v KIWAN' - ,. DN 1 Vx ' W W ai? Q Um . W A Q , 5 P-I ff Q -+- fi 111 4 . 'F' 'W - n 1 M44 S V1.3 W 5 'F W, in 6 sa, QW' .4 Z1 J: 'Q 9 ,J - I! E :il si' P tsp 'fm :rms Q: 'mam 1 -.. . ,.- ..4:A'.- ' -Y '3?E2fW iw. 'fl121l1"A1 Egzzi as 'Q ' " fi fi ? ,, ,5 M i, 5 ., ww 31 'U 9 1 x fl wth I ff 5 15112 Ynzxflsnn-UE FRONT ROW: Left to Rightg Don Penny, Junior Directory Dinimitt, Adviser,VirgilIl:inrls,ScniorDirectoryMichzu-lKell0r Donald Dzlle, Vice-Presidentg Guy Martin, Presiclentg Richard Treasurer: Robert Werner, Sophomore Director. Jim lillnnrl Mnsoner, Secretnryg Bill Tziylor. Reporter. B.-XCK ROW: Albert Student Council Representative, is not pictured. New Group rganized The Key Club, Z1 member of the Key International, a group devoted to service to its school and com- munity, begun in the lives of the high school students when it presented to them its charter in Oct b f o er o 1959. The Key Club began the year by assisting the Kiwanis Club of Garden City in selling peanuts' the proceeds from this project were used for helping underprivileged children. A In October, Garden City High Schoolwas the center of a Key Club officers' training conference, at which time the leaders discussed plans concerning programs, projects, and duties. As a school project the Ke Club s ld school name, "Buffalo," bers of the Kev Club enjoyed fellowship together throughout the vear in their recreatio , y 0 pennants on which were engraved the school emblem and the The mem h t n and in their programs. 5:71 Bill Taylor, Guy lllilI'f.lll,1lIlll Dick Stengel, representingthe Keys, remember Fl needy family :it Thanksgiving. '1 FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Phyllis Nevins, Jean Philips, Susan Secretary-Treasurerg David Finke, Roger Nevins. BACK ROVR Vance, Sherry Mercer, Juan Gibson, Joyce Hamill. SECOND Judy Anderson, Presidentg Bernadine Sitts, Rev. John Fitzgerald ROW: Bill Ulrich, Guy Martin, Walter Smithe, William J, Taylor, Lloyd Hang, Counselors. Youth Council Leads The lullents,Spiritual Lives The Garden City Youth Council has had an important part in the spiritual life of the students and of the entire Community. Throughout the year the members have played an irreplaceable part in the lives of high school students with such pro- jects as the Christmas scenes in Stevens Park, the Burning of the Greens, the Easter Sunrise Service, and many others. The high point of the year for this group was Youth Week, January 31 - February T, The week's activities included the following: early morning services in the Little Theater at 7:40 and at R140 each day, an assembly on February 3, gim -will at which time the Rev, Paul Davis spoke on "Christianity In School," the annual youth banquet at the Presbyterian Church, after which Rev. Davis spoke on the Youth Week theme, "Thy Kindgom On Earth." The youth service on Sunday, February T, in the Methodist Church provided a fitting climax to the week, with three class- mates - Jim Elland, Carolyn Hood, and Winton Hinkle - leading the meditation, The entire group, led by President Judy Anderson, has done a fine job and has earned the thanks and the appreciation of the student body, Executive taff .ii ,, FIRST ROW: Left to Right, Karen Kope, Sandra Barnett, Margaret Sughrue, Sydnie Beth Bowling, Alice Raynesford,Co-Editor: Sharon litling, Yondolan Clausen. SECOND ROW: Judith Anderson, Margaret Mayo, Carolyn Hood, Anna May Largent, Sherry Mercer, Virginia Bauer, Marilyn Caldwell, Judith Hamman,Bernadine Sitts, Adviser. THIRD ROW: Jerrv Ogburn, Co-Editor: William McMillan, Gerald Blackford, William J. Taylor, Michael Keller, David Wharton, Leslie Bencini, Bernard Oeding, Jimmy Oeding. FOURTH ROW: Paul Pfeifer, David McMillan, Armando Rocha, Leon largcnt, Donald Dale, Winton Hinkle, Robert Raynesford, Jerry Krebs, Jim Hooper. Gene ral taff as FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Sandra Mahuron, Sue Johnson, Beverly Birkle, Linda Garton, LaVaughnCoen,Janice Hinkle. SECOND ROW: Maria Krebs. Janet Smith, Mary Dale, Diane Piland, Susan Vance, Lani Green, Pauletta Bird. THIRD ROW: Sherian Peters, Richard Turner, Eileen Gerber, Jack Curtis, Patrick Keller, Douglas Fansler. Charlotte Quick, Dennis Smith. FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Joyce Hamill, Sandra Renick, Sondra liisenbise, Sara Smith, Peggy Smith, Marilyn Philips, Sharen Harkness, Darlene Bauer. SECOND ROW: James Wheatley, Brenda Allen, l,eora Martin, Both Wilson, Julia Gibson,Inez Taylor, Janice Campbell, Patty Dunham, Mildred Douglass, Margaret Lile, Janet Connors, Patty Sughrue, Ronald Baker. THIRD ROW: Dean Wolfe, Leo Sroufe, Joan Brinkmeycr, Saundra Steele, Kathleen Sughrue, 68 Van Salyer, Robert Schrader, Robert Hopkins, Douglas Crotty, Lillian Sheehy, Patricia Morrell, Anna May Largent, BACK ROW: James Wells, James Simmons, Vernon McCart, Robert Werner, Edwin Reed, Patrick Olomon, Don Penny, Douglas Sage, Vernon Widows, Michael Finney, Dick Stengel, Henry Bentrup. Unni Larssen is not pictured. Grand Central Station H!!! Preserving our Memories The unsuspecting person who drops in on a 5J Staff meeting could easily do a double-take and imagine himself in a small facsimile of the city room of a large daily newspaper. On one side are people taking pen in hand to scribble, erase, and edit copy. In another part of the room are people diligently discussing how to lay out the pages of the various sections of the yearbook. Across the hall are several girls busily filling the air with the staccato clattering of typewriters, getting the final products ready for the editors' approval. Down the hall are people sorting through endless mounds of pictures, copy sheets, and identification stickers. Certainly this is a busy-sounding groupg but, far from being in a newspaper office, this is just an average evening of work on the yearbook. Perhaps more than in any other group in the school, the hands of the members of the Q-din Staff are utilized throughout the entire year. Artists' hands produce the drawings throughout the bookg the hands of future draftsmen design the pages in the yearbookg the hands of young writers work to put into words their ideas about the school. Of course, when these hours of work are culminated in the final production, and the students first see the book, all of the work seems worth while. The patient efforts of these young hands are rewarded in a job well done and in worth-while experience gained. Meet The Press SCHO ,Q-at' 43 Q scieouxsnc Z 1, msmaurovz Q. , Roro 4, K .11,. 'F 5 045 Ann YW' Under the leadership and guidance of their adviser, Mr. Horton, and with the help of Editor Nancy Smith and Assistant Editor Vicki Mercer, the members of the Sugar Beet Staff have continued to make the school paper an important part in the lives of thc students. With ideas presented by the members of the Sugar Beet Staff, the school gains distinction andthe respect of its own students and also of those outside of school activities. The distribution of the Sugar Beet by the staff and its leaders is an event which all the students enjoy, for the paper contains discussion of major school events, articles by members of the faculty, and bits of humor. The Sugar Beet is part of the heritage of Garden City High School, for, in years to come, it will serve as a source of information concerning days in high school. The Sugar If-Qt Staff has done an ex- cellent piece of work in creating a publication which has taken its place in the history of our school, SEXTED Left to Right Devonna Coulter, Eileen Gerber, Wasinger, Dick Stengel, D. T. Horton, Adviser. SECOND Nincv Smith Vicki Mercer STANDING, FRONT ROW: ROW: Arthur Goetz, Tom Smith, John Gribble, Melvin Klart Ann Renick Janet Smith Brenda Martin, Shirley Walker, Richard Blue, Thomas Gottschalk, Melvin Haas, Vlolff Bonnie Barker, Patsy Duvall, Paul Soor, Bernie Armando Rocha, Vernon Widows, Myron Gray. FRONT ROW. Left to Right, Daniel Fankhauser, Patricia Leopold, Ruth Wagner, Stella Emerson, Nancy Smith, Brenda A1len,CarolCalhoon, Dean Wolfe. SECOND ROW: Bill Jellison, Adviserg Johnnie Morgan,Judith Anderson,Kathleen Sughrue, Carol Sterling, Margaret Sughrue, Susan Vance, Sherry Mercer, Alice Raynesford. BACK ROW: James Simmons, Jerry Ogburn, Dennis Smith, Robert Raynesford, William J. Taylor, Larry York, Virgil Hands, Charles Barton. Carol Calhoon, President, Winton Hinkle, Vice- Our leaders as one, President, Nancy Smith, Secretary. uiding ur School Li e The 1959-1960 Student Council consisted of many people with willing and helpful hands. These hands enabled the council members to sponsor and carry out many events successfully. Early in the year the gI'0L1p was called upon to be host to other student councils for the District Student Council Conference. Following this, the members literally rolled up their sleeves and made both the Homecoming Day Ac- tivities and the annual Christmas Formal very memorable, enjoyable occasions. Besides the work done for the students of the school, the Council worked to make conditions even better for all by improving the Student Council itself. Among the projects which occupied their time was rewriting the constitution so that it would be of real value to the student body. The hands of the Student Council members were instrumental in guiding the school life in all of its phases through a successful and profitable year. FRONT ROW: I,n-ft to Right, Dick Stengel, Carcrlyn Hood, Vicki Mercer. B.-XCR ROW: Kenneth lilliwti Dvnnis Smith, Winton llinklv, Su:-mn Vance, Couch Dean Nolte. Debalers Enjo Fine Year Winton liinkle, Vicki Mercer, Kenneth Elliott, Dennis Smith, District X'l'innci's, Thirrl Place, State Tournament, Susan Vzincc, Carolyn Hood, .-Xltvrnutus, Dennis Smith, Dick Stengel, Leslie l3encini,Cz1r0lyn llond, Winton Ilinltle, Kenneth l'Illiott,Senior Debnters. SEATED Left to Right, Doris Oliver, Lee Benthin Sondra Ta lor D iel F kh , y , an an auser, Frank Hexmall, Dean Wolfe, Rhea Eisenblse, Patty Sughrue, Peggy Smith, Ruth Wagner, Lillian Foster, Henry Bentrup, John Roper, Larry Ratzlaff Robert Sheehy Leona Dater. STANDING: Jack Curtis, Clark Lee, Dave Schrader, Robert Blackwood, Larry Ward. O O Con llct O Human MlHfdS Debating has been described as "the highest form oi human conflict the conflict of minds." Here, the spoken word and a persuasive manner replace the hands as the extension of the mind. Here, a person learns to think critically, and, even more important, to communicate effectively his thoughts to others, Comprising one of Western Kansas' finest debate programs, Garden City High School's enthusiastic teams, both novice and experienced, have made many contributions this year. In terms of school distinction, perhaps the most evident contribution was the state-wide recognition attained through victories won at many tournaments, including first at the District and third at the State A.-X Tournament. In terms of the future,this is the group that, perhaps more than any other, will become the leaders in everyfield of human achievement - states- men, clergymen, educators, and leading businessmen and women, Novice Debate Trophy Winners, Dean Wolfe, Patty Sughrue, Larry Ward. Robert Werner is not pictured. Patty and Larry won first at Scott City and third at Ulysses: Robert and Dean won first at Moundridgeg as a four-speaker team, the group won second at Norton. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Dennis Kleysteuber, Treasurer, Mark Scott, Secretary: David Mclvlillan, Parliamentariang Larry York, Stuco Representative, Kenneth Henderson, Adviser. SECOND ROW: Douglas lVlcGraw, President, llarry Lightner, Vice-Presidentg Jerry Gigot, Sentinelg Sterling Smith,Reporter. W, l David McMillan, National F.F.A, Band, Jerry Gigot, Delegate to National Cunventiong Douglas lVlcGraw, Santa Fe Railway Scholarship. Future Farmers Have Bus Year Agriculture, once the largest general field of occupation in the United States, has dwindled far below its one-time peak. llowevcr, it is still the economic backbone of our nation and has become a complex and ' ' 1, ' . . , 1 1 l highly specialized science. Farmers' hands once guided plows or cut gl am, noii they contio mor ern machinery which does the work, The Future Farmers of America have this year maintained the tradition of high standards in training oun 1' men for this field The group in Garden Citv Senior High School has been active by participating Y i-. - . in safety projects and by appearing on television programs, in addition to the usual activities. r'ltUN'l' HOW: Left to Right, Dennis Kleysteuber, Mark Scott, Douglas McGraw, Sterling Smith, Jerry Gigot, David McMillan, Larry York, Kenneth Henderson, Adviser, Bruce Warner, Dean Wolfe. SECOND ROW: William McMillan, Arthur Goetz, Dale Waldeck, Bernard Strasser, David Foster, LaVerne McLinn, Harold Mai, Jimmy Oeding, Robert Blackwood, Robert York. THIRD ROW: Terry Clark, Gary Greathouse, Doyle McGraw, David Heinemann, Douglas McClure, Kent Higgs, Roy Anderson, Vyrl Warren, Paul Pfeifer, Butch Bird. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Donald Lile, Larry Wilken, Roger Friessen, Mike Foster, Gordon Halbleib, Harold Wilken, Robert Finley, John Renick, James McGraw. SECOND ROW: Stanley Brandt, Robert Cooper, Martin Nusser, Jerry Gaede, Lee Grvathouse, Duane Koster, Donald Towns, Philip Williams, Larry Ulrich, Robert Ohmes. THIRD ROW: Dean Ball, Randy Seay, Marvin Standley, Teddy Crist, Jerry Dudley, Terry Gigot, Douglas Drussel, Myron McLinn, Harry Lightner, Vernon Widows, Dale Towns. 75 n OFFIC ERS FRONT ROXN: Lett to Right, l.:1yon Staley, Secretaryg Sharon Etling, Patricia Leopold, Treasurer, Judith Hamman, Joan Stuckcr, Margaret Sughrue, President, Sara Smith. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Caldwell, Vice- Presiflentg Patty Sughrue, Mary Dale, Joan Brinkmeyer, Sherry Mercer, Pzimelzi Marshall. BACK HOW: Evelyn Van Vleet, Adviser, Arlene Richardson, Adviser. ' Q .L V , l R 2 l 4 l ' : iris! I 'W' , Ka , FRONT ROW: Left to Rightg Linda Dillman, Lavon Staley, Phyllis Goolsby, Arlene Richardson, Adviser. THIRD ROW: Pzimvlzi lievrgluncl, Carolyn lleismeyer, Sharon Andrews, Mary Sherry Mercer, Shirley Brungardt,JurlyPounds,ConnieJ0hnson, .-Xnn Dreillng. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Van Vleet, Adviser, Lani Green, Marianne Hebrlec, Mary Ann Renick. Sliurun Dickenson. Janice Campbell, Linda Quint, Karen McGraw, lL...-.-..- M akin! Chl'iSim11S Pf00fll0S- Mothers and daughters enjoy the Christmas goodies J 1 . f - FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Vivian Springer, Sharon Etling, Mary Ann Waltz, Johnnie Kay Sullivan, Janice Grady, Sharon Edwards, Sandra Barnett, Barbara Knight, Janice Fife, Patricia Leopold, Karen Kope, Darlene Duvall, Marilyn Hering, Kathleen Sughrue. SECOND ROW: Jane Brookover, Linda De-Remus,Caroline Bowyer, Gloria Mesa, Mary Ann Mesa, Diane Dutton, Sherian Peters, Donna Towns, Joan llrinkmeyer, Marilyn Caldwell, Judith Hamman, Yondolan Clausen, Pauletta Bird, Mary Kay Lefort, Margaret Sughrue. BACK ROW: Shirley Palmer,Sharolyn Doubrava, Sydnie Beth Bowling, Shirley Cranston, Cheryl Nanninga, Jan Johnson, Sharon Kreutzer, Sherry Stone, Elaine Pc-itz, Saundra Steele, Fleta Dyer, Janet Garvert, Jannet Ballinger, Sue Johnson, Karen Bott, Joan Stucker. Purposes 0 the F. H.A . 1, To promote a growing appreciation 5. To promote international good will. ol' the joys and satisfactions ofhome- c,iv'M'ffPfO G. To foster the development ofcrcative making. if 1 'yr leadership in home and community 2. To emphasize the importance of life. worthy home membership. j 7. To provide wholesome individual and 3. To encourage democracy in home and '2 5 group recreation. community life, P0 New H09 B. To further interest in home ec- -l. To work for good home and family life for all. onomics. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Cheryl lXl89K6'I', Karen walsn, Coleen Whitchurst, Rebecca Crook, Wanda Davis, Louise Bodam,Anne Kendall, Sara Smith, Delores Kleysteuber, Carole Snyder, Louise Earle, Orvilla Atkinson, Mildred Moody, Ruth Dougherty. SECOND ROW: Ramona Bayer, Patty Sughrue, Patricia Bergkamp, Penny Van Dam, Geraldine Peitz, Janice Cleaver, Johnnie Morgan, Elizabeth Salter, Peggy Spikes, Shirley Smith, Trinidad Rocha, Donatti Bertram, Suzanne Thiessen, Judy Widows, BACK ROW: Vicki Schroeder, Pamela Marshall, Carol Towns, Ellen Schoor, Janice Nusser, Rebecca Brooks, Marilyn Jennings, Dixie llayes, Karen Davis, Mary Dale, Carolyn Anderson, Mary Parks, Judith Henry, Wanda Wells, Edna Friessen. 77 FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Stella Emerson, Presidentg Kathy Archibald, Vice-President. BACK ROW: Patricia Bergkamp, Publicity, Eileen Gerber, Treasurerg Sydnie Beth Bowling, Publicity. Pepsters Contribute Much To chool Life and pirit "Yea, Brown! Yea, White! Yea, Buffaloes! Fight! Fight! Fight !" These familiar words echoed many times as the PepClub members very ably supported the Garden City Buffaloes. With their new white sweaters, the girls of the Pep Club added much to the spirit of the games and helped in creating that vital element, school spirit. Also, the girls will long remember the good times which they enjoyed at meetings, at parties, and on trips to other towns. ' ' ' 'fir ' A - , ,. "Hail Alma Mater" FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Roselee Pickett, Yondolan Clausen, Patricia Bergkamp, Rebecca Crook, Patty Sughrue, Margaret Sughrue, Ramona Bayer, Diane Piland, Cheryl Meeker, Sharon Etllng. SECOND ROW: Nancy Sterling, Karen Walsh, Louise Weldon, Beth Wilson, Carol Towns, Joan Stucker,Sondra Eisenbise, , 5 1 fr Q J' J ggi O g In f ' lx K or ' : 'fs Y I 9 1. Ji-...:i'Q Delores Hermocillo, Mary Kay Lefort, Pauletta Bird, BACK ROW: Sue Johnson, Yvonne Smith, Judy Widows, Penny Van Dam, Mary Bergkamp, Saundra Steele, Linda Garton, Linda Ellington, Sharon Edwards, Peggy Spikes, Marilyn Caldwell. Q Q .Q V Q l lnfl L Y J ' R Q , I Y J - we n ' E' , L gl l E S, ' ' X I K . Y A A S 4-,. Z . A E ' '- Z 1 I Q? L V v -' ' Q w i My Z l if Q- fr 7 ,,- as , va fl P 152- J f A 1' U if G X' If - : '1 Y: 9 , , ' l R 1, .A VF ,FP J: a n A Q. , : I ,yo V ' P- at ' li fs Q . L, r L5 I se S J FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Pamela Marshall, Vicki Schroeder, Peggy Smith, Delores Kleysteuber, Cheryl Marsalis, Wanda Davis, Carole Snyder, Orvilla Atkinson, Patricia Ramirez, Judith Henry, Mary Park. SECOND ROW: Coleen Whitehurst, Sara Smith, Shirley Smith, Elizabeth Salter, Janice Grady, Sandra Barnett, Sharon 4 FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Beth Greathouse, Adviser: Kaye Cooley, Jane Brookover, Virginia Bauer, Kathleen Sughrue, Sydnie Beth Bowling, Stella Emerson, Kathy Archibald, Judith Hamman, Darlene Duvall. SECOND ROW: Sharon Nusser, Virginia Garcia, Janice Cleaver, Lani Green, Merlene Rlntoul, Karen Kope, Gloria Vineyard, Anne Kendall, Jean Ballinger, Carolyn Anderson. BACK ROW: Margaret Lile, Janice Nusser, Leora Martin, Mary Dale, Rebecca Brooks, Karen Davis, Dixie l-lays, Lee Benthln, Carole Cowan, Diane Zirkle, Karen Bott. Q - . Mesa, Rita Pickett, Mary Mesa, Caroline Bowyer, Nancy Renfro. BACK ROW: Beverly Mlnter, Maria Krebs, Pamela Berglund, Sharon Dickenson, Dorothy Erker, Eileen Gerber, Diane Leonard, Sheryl Taylor, Sharolyn Doubrava, Sherlan Peters, Janice Hinkle, Marilyn Hering. 79 is the athlete. It is a in the world I the world of sports. '15, Recreation, initiation, and the all-sports banquet are a part of the Club's activities. Through thejgg activities the Iettermen of Garden City High School plan for a better G-Club, better members, and m .Q and better school spirit. , ' X to as ' if t 'r A ' fd.. ' ""?3:v,a5sg3lf , , n . . , ,h -.,m.- .. 1 J 4 is 3 4 fg 8 1 ik' 3 ff-:Fi v,. .Q we 9 t I 3 I Q 'f i LEFT TO liIGllT' S dnie Beth Bowlin - Y fl, Sandra Barnett, Stella Emerson, Kathleen Sughruc. The Alma Mate r Hail to the Brown! Hail to the White! Hail, Alma Mater, for you we fight! We love no otherg so let our motto be Victory! Garden High! Varsity! Ig W LEFT TO RIGHT: Ramona Bayer,Becky C rook, Patty Sughrue, Margaret Sughruc. 3 f J , i Leaders in ipirit During the past year the cheerleaders have typified the school spirit which has improved -in Garden City High School. Theirs were some of the most active hands in constructing a real basis for school spirit. They displayed their earnest wish to work and also their enthusiasm when they held a carwash to earn money for their uniforms. When school spirit seemed to lag, the cheerleaders helped the situation by planning pep rallies, bonfires, and snake dances. They have in reality demonstrated a quality which everyone in Garden City High School would do well to imitate-- the quality of sincere, always enthusiastic spirit and pep, even when the rest of the students failed. 'ff FRONT ROW: Left to Rlghtg' Eugene Eisenbise, Adviser: Don Dale, President: Ronald Crotty, Secretary-Treasurerg Roland Rogers, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Gerald Blackford, Dennis Smith, James Simmons, Maurice Coen, Alice Raynesford, Carol Calhoon, Marilyn Philips, Bernard Oedlng, Jerry Anderson, William Tolbert. THIRD ROW: Norman Graves, Dick Stengel, Robert Werner, Robert Schrader, Don LaGesse, Jimmie Nesbitt, Jerry Krebs, David McMillan, Jerry Ogburn, Kenneth Elliott. BACK ROW: Larry Hultquist, John Roper, James Wheatley, Joseph Kraus, Douglas Drussel, Barry Hinkle, William Lange, William Jesse Taylor, James Alley, Michael Keller, David Wharton. I O Sclence Club rgamzed A new organization ln the school ls the Science Club, which was formed for the purpose of providing a meeting place for students with like interests, another purpose has been to provide a time in which discussions concerning events, discoveries, and inventions might take place. The opportunity to further one's scientific knowledge and to develop a project ln some particular field of science proved a worthy incentive for many students and gave them the chance to work with their hands as well as with their minds. The Science Club provided a center for scholarship information in various fields of science. A sure reward for each member was the realization that he could use his mind to a greater extent and that he could go beyond the scope of a classroom textbook into self-experimentation andfor research, the basis of future textbooks. Don Dale demonstrates use of the retort in his project. , E -'K it STANDING: Left to Right, Joyce Mcier, Geraldine Peitz, Darlene Bauer, Trinidad Rocha, Marilyn Coen. SICATED: Linda Garton, Janice Fife, Janet Connors, Sharon Martin. Personal Contacts Count The happy, energetic way of life known to high school students is, to them, almost the only way. But to adults in a busy world, high school days are mostly happy memories. To revive these memories and to show that youth of today are on the upgrade, personal contacts are necessary. High school representatives to some adults, the patients of hospitals and rest homes of the community, were the members of the Junior Red Cross. Sponsored by the Finney County Chapter of the American Red Cross, these girls took favors as well as their personal contact at Christmas and on other special occasions. They can tell of the satisfaction found in sharing their happiness with others. Junior Red Cross girls remember Unni Larssen with a basket of fruit. , N Latin Club FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Nancy Sterling, Cheryl Frizzell, Judith Anderson, Virginia Bauer,Judlth l-lamman, Linda Garton, Leora Martin, LaVaughn Coen, Roselee Pickett, Rita Pickett, Teresa Sambrano. SECOND ROW: Trinidad Rocha, Coleen Whitehurst, Janet Connors, Janice Hinkle, Beccy Brooks, Diane Dutton, Alice Raynesford, Sharon Martin, Elizabeth Salter, Marilyn Coen, Darlene Bauer, Jerry Anderson, THIRD ROW: Larry Harrison, William Wheeler, Bernard Oeding, Michael Keller, Lillian Sheehy, David Wharton, James Wheatley, Richard Turner, Jack Alexander, Douglas Crotty, Douglas Weber. BACK ROW: Jerry Ogburn, John Roper, Robert Raynesford, John Sheehy, Armando Rocha, Jack Curtis, Douglas Fansler, Edwin Reed, Patrick Olomon, Frank Gilchrist, Vernon Widows, we A FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Peggy Smith, Music, Gerald Blackford, Vice-President, Patrick Keller, Room Arrangements, Karen Kope, Social, Diane Piland, Publicity. BACK ROW: Bernadine Sitts, Adviser, Susan Vance, President. NOT PICTURED: Leon Largent, Secretary- Treasurer, Vernon McCart, Pianist, Mary Kay Lefort, Program Chair- man, Jill Anderson, Social Chairman. ug f -4 My ff ,,,,.,i'f - s. l-RONT ROW- Left to Right- Marbeth Emswller Adviser J dlth A d . , , 5 u n erson, Joan Stucker, BACK ROW: Rodney Mariu Krebs, Roberta Underwood, Alice Shea, Ramona Eisenblse, Dennis Smith, Melvin Haas, Michael Beckett, Bayer Gretchen Lockwood, Carol Sterling, Connie Smith. James Simmons, David Finke, Mary Bergkamp, Cheryl :LLOND ROW: Henry Bentrup, Janet Smith, Leona Dater, Nannlnga, JannetBal1lnger, Dorothy Erker, lem Bxlllnger, Margaret Llle, Lee Benthin, Ellen Laney, 1 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Leona Dater, Class Representative: Jannet Ballinger, Vice-President: Ramona Bayer, Class Representativeg Carol Towns, Class Representative: Carol Sterling, President, NOT PICTURED: Unnl Larssen, Vive La France The French Club, after completing lts second year, may look back on a year filled with many worth-while activities. These activ- ities helped to achieve the club's objective: to acquaint its members with the customs of the French speaking peoples. This sphere of action lncludedagalaparty with a French sidewalk cafe atmosphere. Next, on January sixth, the club held a true French feast in observance of Epiphany. An activity of a different type was the earning of Honor Pins. This included earning two- thirds of the total points possible while maln- tainlng a C average ln all other subjects. Through its various activities the French Club has added to school life and carved a permanent place for itself in the future of the school, FRONT ROW: Left to Righty William Tolbert, Louise Earle, Alice Shea, Darlene Duvall, Cheryl Marsalis, Sara Smith, Curtis Kinney, Manuel Beltran. SECOND ROW: Marbeth Emswilcr, Adviser, Lani Green, Janice Grady, Yvonne Smith, Mary Wagner, Robert Hopkins, Nancy Renfro, Patricia Leopold, Ruth Wagner. THIRD ROW: Charolette I, XX wg 5. Vicki Mercer, John Acosta. Winston Scott Quick, Walter: panis h Students Make Trip to Mexico City The objective of the Spanish Club was to acquaint the members with the customs of the Spanish spc iking peoples. One, of the outstanding events of the Spanish Club members was the Pan-American Party. At this celebration the members enjoyed eating many typical Latin-American foods. 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THIRD ROW: Saundrn Steele, Carole Cowan, Jean Ballinger, Larry York, Dennis Smith, Sydnie Beth Bowling, Douglas Crotty, Sharon litling, Sam Garbo, Sandra Mahuron, Sandrzi Barnett, John Roper, Janet lllisenbisc, Robert York, RACK ROW: Edwin Reed, David Davis, Patricia Morrell, Douglas Overland, Director, Donald Threlkeld, Director: Jane llrookover, James Wells, James Moore, Carol Calhoon, Roger Stoner, James Simmons, Ronald Crotty, Rhea Foster, Robert Rayne-sford, David McMillan, Gary Deibert, Larry Daniel. ,.....-J - E "M" 1 V ""1'a' "" :'5:::::1:l ll I I " " ' : : U , - - 'lllllftau 00' 1 3 1 Inns. Q , ji- M , ' 5 -- u I v I A n.. L 'inn Q11 UNI! lnln Gov! O The lasslc Touch The outstanding members of both the orchestra and the band combined again this year to form a full symphony orchestra for Garden City High School. The scope of an organization of this kind extends into the repertoire of the band and also into the classic string compositions. This enables the young musicians S to experience first hand the great works of music which they might otherwise not have an opportunity to play. The Honor Symphony has filled a void in the music program of the school. The success of the Symphony, directed by Mr. Overland and Mr. Threlkeld, was shown in their highly anticipated concerts and in their trip to Canon City. t 0 0 0 A . . fr, . X- - nf ' JUS fa11suc --W ' ' ' " ..: 2 2 - -- - -z-:':':.: ::el,,CC.4..d,:34.4l1 ' 3 1- c Y I lrlng uartvts Augment rchestra Program .. 'i'1"34 , use it 1 3 T1 i ' " ' .J C Y Y y 0 W M - 5,-aww -.M-tw -W. S S l 1 l.liI-'T TO RlGllT: Diane Merrill, First Violing Alice Raynesford, LEFT To RIGHT: Leom iylnniny First Violin, Carole Cowan, Second Violin: Ruth Wagner, Cello, Anna May Largent, Viola. SecondViO1imJudithHamman, Cello: Pauletta Bird, Viola. FRONT HOW: Left to Rightg Teresa Sambrano, Winton Hinkle, Michael Beckett, Jane Brookover, Carol Calhoon, Carolyn Hood, Maria Krebs, Marilvn Caldwell, Sandra Mahuron, Brad Farr, Judith Anderson, David McMillan, Janet Smith, Ronald Crotty, Joan Brinkmcycr. BACK ROW: Patricia Morrell, Van Salyer, Don Penny,James Simmons,John Roper Sharon Koksal, 1 s 1 V V 1 A l I ' . . . I - 4 t 1 5 3 Pep Band Makes Man Appearances The Pep Band, composed of a group of select musicians from the regular band, has added a great deal to ll vital constituent of the school. This element is school spirit or school pride. The rousing sounds which the band produced helped spur the team on to victory. Those who attended the home basketball games heard and enjoyed the music which the members of this band played. 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SECOND ROW: Sherry Mercer, Eileen , 7- .nn Q Gerber, Carolyn Hood, Diane Merrill. BACK ROW: Shorian . tv. l'Utv1's, Cairul Cnlliuoii, Janice Cnmplwll. 1 .' tu" su' U" i ki wh' - A 0 Huw-. . My ' -W", in-nn... ' nuns-sung comma F -' U li.-g,, . I. 'll ""' can-nun , Ju g Z' 1ll lli-n ?': V .auanifnuusnauuuunlvzzunrx Qian-u n1ul iq:.,, ' X- S. t-. , .f' k fif. K- . , f, 7 i XJ ui - ' """""""' """""""' r ---' n v ' , Vi. .- l Bllll' olvs Appear on Tvlvfvision rx ., .l Thi- haiurls ul' ii tczichcr work through his minclg thc hziiicls of thc- Blum- 5111105 :irc in thi-ii' vuiccs, .li .-Xlwqiys t'llUSl'l1lllllll,E:, the llluc Notes have Czlptivzitccl zluclivncos in Giirclcn City Sllll'1' W 'mon tlivii' Iii-ginniiiggg scvvrzil yours ziggo, Thruugli tclovision :ippczirzmces :mil through p:ii'tic'i1m:ilion . at I i fin' pi'ugi':i1iis in si-vcrzil citics, thc Blue Notes have :ichicyccl well clcsciwm-cl stall--wiclu rcccmgiiitimi. Orgxmizccl :incl mliroctcd by Julius Ilultquist, the group has mlonu much to mxiin- ' tziiii musicrxil tmclitimis which lizivc grown up in Gzuwlcn City Iliggh School, ' 'mud """Y""50'i'4".Al4 pill-end you A Hand-ful Of Stan.......... l placed my: C lq-... ,-, , ' ' i"'l"" Q- ' ' H , Y on ui! ' " - -v .LZ Q and r- A ' 'U'-' un i guns in Y - VY Y ' A r' . ' '-- , - n ' I' ' . , --- L A x fm s n if? . ,Yi 2 l"ItUNT ROW: Left to Right: Nancy Renfro, Accompanistg Carol Calhoun, Sherian Peters, Mildred Douglass, Sandra Mahuron, Sydnie Beth Bowling. SECOND ROW: Rodney Eisenbise, Robert llopkins, Larry llultquist, Linda DeRenius, James Moore, Michael Beckett, Janice Campbell, Shirley Brungardt, Jill Anderson, Roland Rogers, Sharolyn Doubrava, liileen Gerber, Joseph Kraus, James ,-Xrwine, David Wharton, Gerald Blackford, Jimmie Nesbitt. Swing Choir in MllSiCUl potlight The Swing Choir members, a group of able singers whose work has justified their name, were selected from the members of the Robed Choir. Their singing has centered around the light, musical, semi-classics which have been important to modern culture. The members have made severalappearances apart from the regular performances of the entire choir and have been very popular and well accepted everywhere. Boys ' uartet Fills Important Place The Boys' Quartet has provided the school with a male counterpart of the popular Blue Notes. Their appearances in local musical productions have made a big hit. The fine musical program of the school, an important arm of the student body, has been supplemented by the boys' singing as they filled their im- portant place in the vocal music section. I hav-on LEFT TO RIGHT: Sydnie lieth Bowling, Accompanistg Rodney Eisenbise, Michael Beckett, Joseph Kraus, Roland Rogers, Sim. 1, I 'f?'5ff51t'Ll l' ' .fp l ,ri-6-' -,galg + ,ft ffl" it x., -, wr--3, 95- .1,-1115, l ....-,.M..,,. .-....,......,- .......... -.4-.fn-Q ----.--.-... - -nuns . i Q., L buiimf' J ...Q : W-.. .. -... ,Sy V C S. J", -2- , , wt . uc' w,gi',,+, lla., 'lair ' 1, 4- ji- .,' A ,A ti X- . Y- ,4 .l x 4 :jelq up M L ,. . ,'?""'..,,ff"f .. , FRONT ROW: Left to Rightg Gretchen Lockwood, Carole Snyder Anita Orozco, Diane Zirkle, lilizaheth Salter, Patty Sughrue Linda l-Jllington, Julius llultquist, Directorg Rebecca Brooks lNlargaret.Lile, Suzanne Thiessen, Cheryl Marsalis, Sara Smith, Orvilla Atkinson, Karen Walsh, SECOND ROW: Donatti Bertram Carolyn Wright, Coleen Whitehurst, Louise Earle Mildred Mood - . Y- Judy Widows, Daniel Fankhauser, Richard Turner, Frank Petefish, Wayne Collins, Norman Seheuchzer, Linda Garton, Marilyn Coen, I-Idna Ifriesen, Johnnie Morgan, Delores Kleysteuber. THIRD ROW - f - - Marcella Garcia, Sondra Eisenblse, Ramona Bayer, Leora Martin, Carol Towns, Vicki Schroeder, Geraldine Peitz, Robert Werner, Rhea Foster, Mike Ludwig, Larry Ratzlaff, Wllher Motley. Inez Taylor, Peggy Spikes, Janice Cleaver, Beth Wilson, Virginia Medina. BACK ROW: Cheryl Meeker, Sheryl Taylor, Pamela Marshall, Mary Bergkamp, Claudia Wltman, Marilyn Jennings, Douglas Fansler, Patrick Keller, Mike Johnson, Richard Masoner, John Sheehy, 'Karen Davis, Mary Dale, Wanda Xlells, PatrlelaBcrgkamp, Becky Crook, Peggy Smith. Year with the the Mixed Chorus After many hours of diligent practice, the members of the Mixed Chorus participated in the annual Christmas program and thus, through experience, advanced one rung higher on the ladder which leads upward to the Robed Choir. The chorus members then went back to their rehearsals to prepare for participation in the "Say It With Music" program in the spring. As the school year came to a close, the members of the chorus looked back and realized that the hours spent in rehearsal were well worth the time andthe effort. Looking into the future, they saw themselves blending their voices with thc voices of many other members of the ltobed Choir. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Douglas Fansler, Vice-President, Mike Johnson, Presidentg Patrick Keller, Committee Chairman. SECOND ROW: Mary Bergkamp v Secretary, Patty Sughrue, Robe Chairman: Leora Martin, Student Conductor: Peggy Smith, Reporter. mls I . ' 1 FRONT ROW, Left to Rightg Donald Dale, Richard Masoner, Guy Martin, James Hlland, Jerry Ogburn, Paul Spor, Leslie Bum-ini, James Webb, Virgil llands, Charles lIacker,MikeJohnson, Darwin Gray, Manager. Sl-ICOND ROW: Philip Williams, Thomas Gottsrhalk, James Dougherty, Leon Largent, Douglas Sage,Winston Scott, Dennis Kleysteuber, Larry Ratzlaff, Patrick Keller, Donald Wilson, Thomas Smith, John Dickerson, Coach, Bill Tolbert, Manager. THIRD ROW: Robert Werner, David Finke, Douglas Fansler, James Hubert, Ronald Baker, Richard Wallace, Richard Simpson, Michael Keller, James Bunney, Jack Alexander, Daninl Fankhauser, Wayne Dickerson, Coach. BACK ROW: Ronald llenstl George Stengel, William J. Taylor, Dwight Goss, llarry Lightner Barry Hinkle, Rhea Foster, Nike Ludwig, Lee Grcathouse, Bruce Warner, John Escalada, Marvin Hamman, Coach. The tarting ffense LINE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Guy Martin, James Elland,Jerry Ogburn, Paul Spor, Leslie Bencini, James Webb, Virgil Hands. BACKFIELD: Charles Hacker, Donald Dale, Richard Masoner. 1 959 Sclzedule GARDEN CITY OPPONENTS 24 Colby 41 12 Lamar 30 12 Hugoton 7 25 Liberal 25 14 Pratt 27 lb Hays 12 7 Great Bend 57 33 Scott City 13 6 Dodge City 40 100 uffs Improve Hamperecl by inexperience and lack of speed, the 1959 G.C.H.S. football Buffaloes fought back with high team morale. Although they were downed hard several times, the Buffs bounced back to notch im- pressive victories over two state-ranked teams, Hugoton and Scott City. The Buffaloes got a bitter taste of what they will be up against next year as a new member of the West Central Kansas League as they lost three contests while winning only one against future W.C.K,L, opponents. With several promising sophomores gaining valuable experience this year, the Buffs should have a strong nucleus around which to build a fine team next year. 102 D1 O PIIIUTS f -f 3,1 f . f-m,ff,, ' . 'ifgbr-35 ' 4. VLA ae fam Y X, . , , iff 41 . ., ' 5 ,. 3 fa' V A - ' ,J . 'S , ' 'ft' Tw fig? ' .f:" . ' , i it Se QW gig Hi ' A ' " 5kl"g.-5g'fIlL'fi7? A A ' I - wiv: - Q Q Q1 , W - ' ,,.g..,1-1g22gi1:iz' .. 'If"':,,3 3' 'M' ' ' V ' xp W 53" Ml ,V We 5 ,mfw Sfa,ffW,fff 4 : M" fi TF 'Aim ' , I V. L Kg, -e ffl! 1 DONALD DALE DICK STENGEL Ilnlfback Co C1pf.'1ll1 Fullbfxck If . gl, , n 'Q 'Wx LESLIE BENCINI HARRY LIGHTNI-ZR Co-C aptain Center Guard T HUM AS GOTTSC IIA LK Cn -C zlptnin Quarterback i gi - , ,. .v I' gl JAMES HUBERT VIRGIL HANDS End End 0 Tv r Tlbll' 4 LEFT TO RIGHT: Leslie Bencini, Winston Sc ott, Thomas Gottschalk, James Hubert, William J, Taylor, Guy Martin, PAUL SPOR Center Y' urks Seniors A THOMAS SMITH MICHAEL KELLER Halfback Fullback J . :D V 3 f rx I 0 K WILLIAM J. TAYLOR JERRY OGBURN Guard Guard M 1 my ' , I 'ivff 'f Lf' flJQ3', A ,I , . fl , iff' 53s'ff'LK'F'4' , 1 I I Q ihvwlh J 1 K Y A nf- ' V' 'Q if,-1 1f'IL?'5 X I ,fy 'Mft 4 tw ! V. , , '. Mgr I 5 S. V '1 1 , X 1- 'K - 50 ' I 'rrlfg JAM ES ELLAND GUY MARTIN BARRY HINKLE Tackle End End LE FT TO RIGHT: QCOnt.J Donald Dale, James Elland, Virgil Hands, Larry Ratzlaff, Thomas Smith. DAVID WHARTON Manager 103 Q' if L 1 f- Q - ! i ' 1 ueen -Carol 22 53 14 FL.. R. FRONT ROW: Left to 151 ht Robert Werner James Wells Keller Philip Wlebe Wayne Cooper, Victor Hays, Donald Rig . , , , Joseph Kraus, James Elland, Virgil Hands, Leon Burtnett, Dale, Richard Masoner, Roland Rogers, Donald Wilson, RACK ROW: Coach Philip Stringer, Patrick uffsMJake Good flowing In their first year in the W, C, K, L, and in their third and last year under Coach Philip Stringer, the Garden City High School Buffs finished in the first division of the expanded seven-team league, after a season of tough Competition, During the 1960-61 year the Buffs will have a new coach and will again face rough competition. .-Xlthough Coach Stringer has not yet indicated in what school he will coach, the Buffaloes wish him luck in his new position, I Varsity Record Garden City 14 Larned 11 Garden City Dodge City Garden City 39 Liberal 23 Garden City Hays Garden City 31 Lamar 26 Garden City Larned Garden City 29 Great Bend 24 Garden City Great Bend Garden City 31 Hays 27 Garden City Pratt Garden City 29 Leoti 32 Garden City Russell Garden City Forfeit to Hays Cadets Garden City Scott City Garden City 38 Hugoton 20 Garden City Dodge City Garden City 36 Liberal 45 Garden City Pratt 106 G6The Big Fi U8 LEFT TO RIGHT: Wayne Cooper, Victor Hays, James Elland, Joseph Kraus, Roland Rogers. WAYNE COOPER W.C.K.L. All-Star, 1st Team JAMES ELLAND JOSEPH KRAUS DONALD DALE VICTOR HAYS W.C.K.L. All-Star, 2nd Team enior Buffaloes ROLAND ROGERS W.C.K.L. All-Star, Honorable Mention VIRGIL HANDS 1 O7 Sophs Learn Control Ball Under the direction of Coach Curtis Shipley, the Garden City High School sophomore team compiled a record of four wins and six defeats Garden City 9 -X .-.-3,-W -ur, x FRONT ROW: Left to right, Da.niel Fankhauser, Ronald Smith, David Davis, Curtis Kinney. SECOND ROW: Thomas Meschke, Jerry I-lorning, Richard Turner. BACK ROW: Coach Curtis Shipley, Michael Ludwig, Verlin Goss, James Wheatley, James Dougherty. against other sophomore teams and two class BB varsity squads, Some of the sophomores also played on the B Team, Pierceville 59 Garden City 46 Hays 43 Cforfeit to Garden Cityy Garden City 23 Liberal 31 Garden City 23 Liberal 25 Garden City 37 Hugoton 30 Garden City 23 Lamar 22 Garden City 34 Dodge City 56 Garden City 33 Copeland 56 Garden City 32 Copeland 64 Garden City 10 Pierceville 57 'tix W vi K 1 ,v -, Q' ' il ' ' ' It L. LEFT TO RIGHT: Michael Keller, Frank Gi lc h r l s t, Lawrence Tolbert, Ray Underwood, David Taylor. LEFT TO RIGHT: Walter Johnson, Guy Martin, Douglas Fansler, James Simmons. Leslie Bencini. Intramural Teams LEFT TO RIGHT: James Ne sb ltt, Douglas Fansler, Michael J o h n s o n, Elsworth Taylor, Gary Palmer. LEFT TO RIGHT: Norbert S a n d e r s, Larry Wasson, Paul Pfeifer, Earl Brady, Jerrv Whitman. LEFT TO RIGHT: Alan Dick, James Hubert, Richard Blue, John Gribble, Thomas Smith, Thomas Gottschalk, William Taylor. 109 'X -Q A, ,S '-u , , f i' A i - 'uf . A X I ,A 49.5 1-'EH ik I ' A Ti: .1 if' ' R: t ,hx 1 Q , K V. 'Q . X N In ' 3-1, wfjif -'tm -Q 1 v . 1 girl, W 5J'f'g5f, ' w .-,gn-' f!-'ituw -"J -wg." ' " 5'-15 .1 5'-' , f 1. I 'K ?"'F'1" T 1,4 nm-5' Wm., . , . ,Uv ,, wa h N V - -',"fJL ,, V-An,-fl? nil -,ff 23.1 ,,' sqm . . :.,,g,'gl,?. .Eff L " 1 - - we "c. -nk 2- 'ziri-" " 1: ffvf' fr'-1:-2 ml' - gg -I Wg" IPA'iQ:'.4'. 9 ,." if "mfg Ltr-iv. , ueen Kath M .L IU lllt llT limi slln lls Junior lflscortg Kathleen Sughrue, Eseortg Jeannie Anderson Flonei Girl Sherri Biondi S1 nior lunnn Xtt,tlllllHt Lhxilns Bixnmtt Lrown-BearergSandraShobe, Attendant: Becky Crook 5UDh0l'llOIC Xttnndlnt Don Wilson S :noi Xtllllfllllt Ioe lu ius, Senior liseortz Wayne Cooper, Sophomore liscort. N noi c 1 lxithx Xichibild Quceng Roland Rogers,Senior uve n Kath as Reign It was Basketball Homecoming, 1960, The crowd in Ben Grimsley Gymnasium waited excitedly for the Coronation cere- monies to begin. This excitement grew more intense as the procession of homecoming' royalty marched through an aisle, made by Pep Club girls andcheerlcaders, and moved across the floor to the throne. A fanfare by the G, C, Il, S, Pep Band heralded the long-awaited moment, Kathy .-Xrchibald was crowned Garden City High School Basketball Queen of 1960, Queen Kathy's reign was one of happi- ness. She and her attendants and fellow students watched as the Buffaloes defeated the Pratt Greenbacks in their final home appearance of 1960. Then, by traveling "Over The Rainbow," everyone enjoyed one of the best homecoming dances ever pre- sented in G. C. H. S, With the end ofthe Dance, Queen Kathy's reign lapsed into memories, to be weighed and treasured in careful hands. if .. -I l-'HUNT ROW: Left to Right, James Oeding, Bernard Oeding William Tolbert, Maurice Coen, Dennis Kleystcuber,Bruce Warner SECOND ROW: Dou las Sa e Mark Scott Coach John Dickerson FI E . , , Harry Lightner, Darwin Gray, Douglas McGraw, Richard Wallace, ,i James Webb. BACK ROW: George Rice, Thomas Dale, Rodney Eisenbise, Leon Largent, Terry Gigot, Ronald Baker, Patrick Olomon, James Arwine, Jack Alexander, Larry Ratzlaff, John Escalada, Richard Sandoval. u fs Become Competitive In tate- Wide Competition Garden City wrestlers of 1959-1960 completed their most successful season in recent years, Highlighting this season was a first-place trophy at Garden City's own invitational tournament and a third-place rating in the district meet. The Buffs also managed a 26-22 team victory over their only W, C, K, L, wrestling opponent, Russell, Ten Garden City wrestlers qualifiedfor the regional meet, and one of these, James Oeding, progressed to the state matches. checlule Garden City 19 Oakley 29 Garden City 21 Colby 31 Garden City 15 Hoxie 29 Garden City 5 Lamar 38 Garden City 32 Liberal 17 Garden City 51 Ulysses 50 Garden City 15 Holly 35 Garden City 26 Russell 22 Garden City 45 Kinsley 3 Tournament Record Garden City Invitational . . . First District Meet . . . . . . . . Thlffl , , Thirteenth U2 Regionals . . x -l fly I 'xf 9 x 'P .lannws Ueiling, Bernurcl Oeding, William Tolbert, Maurice Coen, Dennis lilvysteubcr, Bl'llCCXXx21I'l1L'l', Ibuuglns Sage, Couch John Dickerson, Mark Scott, Harry Lightner, Douglas lXlcG1':1w,RichnrflVl'flll:1c0, Jzimvs Webb, Vars it Sq u all u 11 - -- , A , V I ' I A E 7 : B K . 6 , A 51,1 l':1l.rick Seniors . ig V l A 5 Ulmnun, licrnziral Oucling, lwluuricc Coen, llzirry Liglitner, Douglas McGraw, Rodney lfliscnbisc, 113 V li R NON WIIJOWS GUY MARTIN WILLIAM TAYLOR JI HSI-IP II KR AUS "UP ARMANDO RUCIIA VIRGIL IIANDS COAC H WAYNE DICKEIRSON Track Squad Shows Pro mise The Garden City High School track squad faced one of its toughest schedules in recent years as it entered League competi- tion in the West Central Kansas League, Coach Wayne Dickerson had, perhaps, the potential nucleus of one of his more talented squads in this group of senior and junior lettermen. The Buffaloes' 1960 schedule was as follows: Sterling Relays . . , April 2 Garden City Relays . . April 7 Wichita East Relays , , , April 8 Great Bend Meet . . . . . April 15 , April 22-23 . . April 29 K, U. Relays . , . Hutchinson Relays , Lamar Meet .,... , April 30 W, C, K. L, Meet .... . . May 6 Regionals Qliutchinsonl , , , , May 14 State Meet fManhattanJ . , , May 20-21 JAMES ELLAND DONALD DALI CT' I.l-ISLIIC Ill-INCINI Q-lv VAN SA LY I-Ili A LAN DIC K ROLAND ROGERS n ands VII l rh:'f-auf .'fi"t'I' there ---A- H1-x"ff"' If I ri mg . l'r1-eisivin IhI'Illl"h I'r'1et1ee' qi 1-no That Leek of Genuine Surprisef llwur Rush' I vm 0 ries Memories oi' Seliooi Life vary for egteh iiitlivicluatl, just :is the nietiv- ities, izleqis, and friemts shzipiiigtliese memories are cliffereiit for exteh, Yet, in 1111 Of these tliiferiiig Viewpoiiits are speeigii memories emmiion tozill, These tlomiiiuiit themes, memories of this ye:1r's Selicml Lite. :ire sum- mnrizefi here, Remember the noble aittitumles in response to the dress eerie? t.Xml the speeinl Dress-tp D:iys'.'b Rememlaer the Christmais l"orm:il XYhCl11lHlJ1lll'i- Ots Converged toliiaikethe nlec'm'zitimiS this is .Xu lIune1", For All il success? Qfincl tho C-loam-up details after the dana-os'?J Remember the uu- Conquornhlc spirit of tho boys who were on thc tennis? Q.-Xml everyouds improved school spirit'?i Remember thoso rousing pop zlssomhlics? Q.-Xml thc truth in tho skits' prophoCios'?J Remember thc color guard :it assem- blies? Qfincl thc hours of practice loalcling to pcrformalncos of 1111 kinds 'Fi Ah, memories, so you shall stand: rivers of the past, you shall run in the course of our lives. Supporting The Buffaloes! I Stepping Lightly I A "Band" Well Stocked With Pep! Go, You "Turks Y" l The Civic Center lintertuins. This ------- Is School Spirit????? LEFT T0 RIGHT: Ninn Stuart Lydia Quint Faye Conley Peggy Nail Serving Lsrr 'ro -mann Dave Ugu-uh ' Carl Gultlflon' Loo White y Riot Hebrew gyms X1 W , tx ' lan an SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOV' 26 -. ' A X, 1 yett ' mas ' ' .A '54 ' if ' -HANUARYQ I . F' 'W 's There ,U Daughter Ba 17 High S hoo ' 154 '-"Say It With W e s K a n S A A '18-19 District Speech O r c h e s t r a Festgjl 14" XXX N s KN Sophomore "I X of ,--q Dodge City, B' J al 1- Garngg . M , N Stzife ebate Tfournament, Emgiria ' ' .4 -Fe r 7, Youth Week Ynuthggknm Regional Wrestling - nament 2eJXnoegQ City Basketball Loncert Hill Ormgl OHCCIT Kayettes giving,Va0 ation -4 ' - 3 Concert Match, Oakley APRIL 35533001 Carnival O ' l ' 4' 'Nme . ,F,A, District gDB5'c'l,'!' C - Q, Qsr R 1 . 0 :uni , "Z M.. k'R8lZ,1VS"'5. ' T' :Q 4 ha,,QBanquetJ Eaitei' Vacation G-Club Banquet Senior Play, "Cheaper By The Dozen" in J unior-SeQor Banquet and M330 ' Ye. 'ok Bzmquetx League Golf- Tournament Canon City Trip, Band and Honor Symphony Bacca-Laureate "Pop" Concert Commencement V27 Z, 'D'L' School Is Out. A.. W S nquet 0, Q ,Learninf Hands As editors of the 1959-1960 BUFFALO,we have been required to stop and consider the creative value of our HANDS. Although HANDS are only tools of the mind, they often determine the extent to which we may apply our latent intellect. A As graduating seniors of Garden City High School, we are able to review the part which teaching, guiding, acting, working, winning, and performing HANDS have played in molding our high school experiences into cherished memories. Our eager HANDS opened doors to new experience in learning and in living during our sophomore year. An active year as juniors came to aclimax as HANDS of many varied abilities united to create "South Sea Islands." This, our senior year, has been, perhaps, the most rewarding and memorable of all. Now, as the door 'to high school life closes after us, we look back on these valuable experiences through windows of memory. , ... ...,.,.,..-.... N .----an M , . .. N. ,, 1 ..,.....,,, ffl, 'Q 3.1. 5 1 3 1, -'fffm' K - 'i iii -A W 'S . d was Jfv AH - -- , . 'Ea g So, as prospective college students and as citizens of an uncertain world, we find many other doors waiting before us. Again our eager and willing HANDS reach for success and happiness in new environs. Our high school memories, however, will always serve as a source of joy and understanding as we take each additional step through life. , It is with this formal- farewell that we, as representatives of the graduating class of '60, ,challenge future graduates of G. C. H. S. to make an equal, or even greater, effort to make their high school education 'a valuable and rewarding experience. QW QM I Barbee, Inez . . . Bauer, George . , Beringer, Vetra . . Burnside, John . Cash, Carolyn . Chvpp. A. J. . . . . 10 ..10,14 10 6 10,14,60,62 10,14,23,60 Conley, Faye . . . . . . . 118 Cushman, George Dale, Helen . . . Davis, Cecil . . .... 10 . . . . .... 10 Dickerson, John . . 10,14,60,100,113 Dickerson, Wayne . . . 60,114 Dimmitt, Albert .... 11,24,64,65 Eisenbise, Eugene . . 11,82 Emswller, Marbeth 11,14,85,86 Erhart, Andrew .... 6 Fry, Bernlece . . . . I1 Garrison, L, C., Jr. . .... 11 Gibson, Dale . . . . . . 11,14 Goldsberry, Max . 11,14,119 ALLEN, BRENDA 38,39,68,71, 88,95 Kayettes1,2,3: Band 1,2,3: Officer 3: Pep Band 2,3: Robed Choir2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Council 3: Debate 2: BUFFALO Staff2,3: Executive Staff 3: Pep Club 1: Youth Council 2,3: Officer 3: SpanishClub 1:Junior Play: Junior Secretary: Senior Secretary. ALLEY, JAMES . ...... 39,82 Orchestra 1,2: Wrestling 1: Science Club 3. ANDERSON, JUDITH . . ' 39,62,68, 69,71,84,85,88,92,93 Kayettes 1,2,3: Officer 1,2,3: Football Attendant 1,3: Band 1,2,3: Pep Band 2,32 Honor Symphony 2,3: BUFFALO Staff 2,3: Youth Council 1,2,3:Officer 3: Sophomore Class Officer: Student Council: Foreign Student Committee. ANDERSON, JUNE . . 39,60,62,95 Kayettes l,2,3: Band 1:Swing Choir 2: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F.H,A. 1: Pep Club 1,2: Latin Club 1, 2,3. ANDREWS, SHARON . . . 39,76 , . ARCHIBALD, KATHY . , 39,60,62, 78,79,89,95,96 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band l,2,3: Swing Choir 2: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Blue Notes 2,3: F.H.A. 1: Pep Club 1,2,3: Officer 3: Latin Club 1,2,3: Officer 1: Sophomore Play: Junior Play: -Contest Play, AVILA, MARY . . , 39 122 Index l FACULTY Greathouse, Beth . A . . 11,14 Gustafson, Carl , , , , , 118 Haag, Lloyd . . . . . . . . 6,66 Hamman, Marvin . . Hebrew, Rice ......... 118 Henderson, Kenneth . . 12,74,75 .' . 12,14 6,8 12,14,24,1oo Hiner, Ray , , , , Hood, Leroy . , , Horton, Dudley . . . ...... 12,70 Hultquist, Julius . , Jellison, Bill . . Johnson, Marjorie . '12,60,94,98 9,71 7 Keyse, Donna . . 12 Masoner, Paul . . 6 Millsap, Beth . . . . . 12 Morrison, Hugh . . .... 12 Nail, Peggy . . . . . . . 118 Nolte, Dean ..... . . L l3,14,60 Overland, Douglas . . . 13,24,90,92 Paasch, Sylvia ......... 7 SENIORS BAUER, VIRGINIA . . 39,60,62,68, 79,84,95 Kayettes 1,2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: BUFFALO Staff 2, 3: Executive Staff 3: Pep Club 2,3: Latin Club 1,2,3: Junior Play, BECKETT, MICHAEL . . 40,85,88 93,94 Keys 1,2: Band 1,2,3: Officer 1: Pep Band 2,3: Honor Symphony 1: Swing Choir 2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Boys' Quartet 3: Mixed Chorus 1: French Club 2,3. BENCINI, LESLIE . . 40,60,68,69, 80,100,102,1l4 G-Club 1,2,3: Officer 3: MixedChorus 1: Student Council 1: Boys' State: Debate 2,3: BUFFALO Staff 1,2,3: Executive Staff 2,3: Latin Club 1,2,3: Football 1,2,3: Captain 3: Basket- ball 1,2: Track 1,2: Class President 1. BERGLAND, PAMELA . . 40,62,76, 79 Kayettes 3: F,H,A, 3: Pep Club 3. BIONDI, SHERRY ....... 40,95 Kayettes 1,2,3: Offlcer2,3: Football Attendant 1,2: Robed Choir 2,3: Student Council 1,2: Pep Club 1,2,3: Officer 2,3: Latin Club 1,2. BIRKLE, BEVERLY . . 4O,62,68,88 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band 1,2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F,H.A. 1,2: BUFFALO Staff 3: Pep Club 1,2. BLACKFORD, GERALD . . 40,60,68, 69,82,84,95 Science Club 3: Band 1,2: Swing Choir 3: Robed Choir 3:MixedChorus 1: Latin Club 2,3: Officer 3: Wrestling 2. Philips, Morton . . . ., 13 Quint. Lydia .... . J-118 Reed, Helen .... . . . 7 Richardson, Arlene . . . . 13,76 Roark,Dale.,.........13 Rodda, Elizabeth . , , , . , , , 13 sius,Bernadine , . 3,6,13,14,24,66, 68,69,83,84 Staley, Merton , , .... 13,14 Stoner, Lorna . ..... 6 Stringer, Philip . . . . . 14,106 Stuart, Nina ........... 118 Threlkeld, Donald .... 14,88,89,92 Unruh, Dave ..... ..... 1 18 Van Vleet, Evelyn . . . 14,24,62,76 Warman, Kenneth , , . , . , 14 Wells, Blaine .... . . . 14 White, Lee ..... . . . 118 Williams, Leah May . . . . . 7 BLUE, RICHARD . . . 40,70 SUGAR BEET 3. ' .....50 BRUNGARDT, EUGENE BRUNGARDT, SHIRLEY . - 40,60,62, 76,94 Kayettes 1,2,3: Swing Choir 3: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F,H,A. 1,2,3: Officer 2: Pep Club 1, BULKLEY, CLINTON , , , , , , 41 CALHOON, CAROL . . 41,60,62,71, 82,88,92,95,96 Kayettes 1,2,3: Officer 2,3: Science Club 3: Band 1,2,3: Officer 2: Pep Band 1,2,3: Honor Symphony 3: Swing Choir 2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Blue Notes 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Council 3: President 3: F.H.A, 1: Pep Club 1: Sophomore Play: Junior Play, CAMPBELL, JANICE . . 41,60,62, 68,76,95,96 Kayettes 1,3: Orchestra 1,2: Honor Symphony 1: Swing Choir 2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Blue Notes 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F,H.A, 1,2,3: BUFFALO Staff 1,2,3: Executive Staff 2,3: Pep Club 1: Latin Club 1, CARR,J0HN.... ......41 COEN, LaVAUGHN , , 41,62,68,84 Kayettes 1,2,3: F.H.A.1,2:BUFFALO Staff 3: Pep Club 1,2: Latin Club 2,3. COEN, MAURICE . . 41,60,82,94,113 Robed Choir 2,3: Wrestling 2,3. COOLEY, KAY , , , , , , , 41,79 Kayettes 1,2,3: F,H.A. 1,2,3: Pep Club 1,2: French Club 1,2. COOPER, WAYNE . . 38,41,80,116 G-Club 1,2,3: Basketball 1,2,3: Class Officer 2,3. COULTER, DEVONNA . . 42,60,70 SUGAR BEET Staff 2,3, Officer 3. CROOK, MARY LOU .. . 42,60 cOY, ROBERT .. .. . . . 42 CROTTY, RONALD , , 42,60,82,89, 92,93 Science Club 3, Officer 3: Band 1,2, 3: Pep Band 1,2,3: Honor Symphony 3: Mixed Chorus 1: Debate 2, DALE, DON , , 42,64,65,68,82,100, 102,106,114 Keys 3, Officer 3: G-Club 1,2,3: Science Club 3, President 3: Robed Choir 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Council 1,3: Boys' State: BUFFALO Staff 1,2,3: Executive Staff 2,3: Pep Club 1: Youth Council 3: Latin Club 1,2,3: Football1,2,3,Captain:Basket- ball 1,2,3: Class Officer 1. DESLONGCHAMP, GEORGE . . 42 Football 2, DICK, ALAN ...... 42,80,114 G-Club 1,2,3, Officer 3: Robed Choir 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Council 2: Football 1,2: Class Officer 2. DICKENSON, SHARON . . 42,76,79 Kayettes 1,2: Mixed Chorus 1: F.H.A. 1,2,3: Pep Club 2,3. DILLMAN, LINDA . . 43,60,76,94 Kayettes 1,2: Robed Choir 3: Mixed Chorus 1: F,H,A, 1,2,3: Pep Club 2. DREILING, MARY ANN . . 43,76 Kayettes 1,2: Mixed Chorus 1,2: SUGAR BEET Staff 2: F,H,A, 1,2,3. DRUSSEL, DOUGLAS . .43,so,e4,75 82 Keys 3: F,F,A, 1,2,3, DUDLEY, JERRY . .. 43,6035 F.F.A, 1,2,3. DUVALL, PATSY .... 43,70,94 Kayettes 1,2: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: SUGAR BEET Staff 3: F.H.A. 1,2: Pep Club 1,2. EISENBISE, RODNEY . . 43,85,89, 95,113 Keys 2: Pep Band 1,2,3: Honor Sym- phony 2,3: Swing Choir 2,3: Boys' Quartet 2,3: Football 1: Wrestling 1, 2,3: Sophomore Play: Junior Play, Index ELLAND, JIM , , 3,38,43,60,100,102, 103,106,114 Keys 3, Officer 3: G-Club 1,2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Council 3: Boys' State: Debate 2: Football 1,2,3: Basketball 1,2,3: Class Officer 3. ELLIOTT, KENNETH . . 43,60,82 Science Club 3: Band 1,2: Debate 1, 2,3: Officer 3: Youth Council 1,2: Wrestling 3. EMERSON, STELLA . . 44,62,71,78, 79,8l,94,95 Kayettes 1,2,3: Officer 2,3: Football Queen Attendant 3: F,H,A, 1,2: Pep Club 1,2,3: Officer 2,3. ERICKSON, JOHN . . . . . 44,60 Keys 1,2: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: SUGAR BEET Staff 3. ESCALADA, JESSE . . . 44 Mixed Chorus 1. FOSTER, DAVID . . . 44,75 F,F.A. 1,2,3, FRIESEN, GILBERT . . . 44,60 GARCIA, VIRGINIA . . . . . 44,79 Mixed Chorus 1: Pep Club 3, GAYLORD, MARILYN . . . 44,94 Kayettes 1,2: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F,H,A, 1: Pep Club 1,2: Spanish Club 1, GERBER, EILEEN , , 44,60,62,68, 69,70,78,79,94,96 Kayettes 2,3: Swing Choir 3:. Robed Choir 2,3: Blue Notes 3: Girls' State: SUGAR BEET Staff 2,3: Officer 3: F.H.A. 2: BUFFALO Staff: Pep Club 2,3: Officer 3: Junior Play, GIBSON, JULIA . . . . . 45,62,68 Kayettes 3: Robed Choir 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Pep Club 1,2: French Club 2. GIBSON, WAYNE . . . 45 GIGOT, JERRY. . 45,60,64,74,75,94 Keys 3: Robed Choir 2,3: F,F.A, 1, 2,3. GILCHRIST, FRANK . . . . . 45,84 BUFFALO Staff 1,2: Executive Staff 2: Latin Club l,2,3. GOETZ, ARTHUR . . . . 45,70,75 SUGAR BEET Staff 3: F,F,A, 1,2,3: Junior Play. GOOLSBY, PHYLLIS . . . 45,60,76 F,H.A. 3: Pep Club 1, GOTTSCHALK, THOMAS . . 45,70, 80,100,102 G-Club 2,3: SUGAR BEET Staff 2,3: Football 1,2 ,3: Co-captain 3. GRAVES, NORMAN . . . . . 45,82 Science Club 3: Mixed Chorus 1: Spanish Club 2: Wrestling 1. GREEN, LANI , , 4s,eo,62,6a,69, 76,79,86 Kayettes 1,2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Debate 1: F,H.A, 1,2,3: BUFFALO Staff 2,3: Pep Club 1,2,3: Spanish Club 1,2,3: Officer 3: G.A,A, 1. GRIBBLE, SUGAR BEET Staff 3: Wrestling 1: Track 1. JOHN ....... . 70 HAAS, MELVIN . . . . . 46.70.35 SUGAR BEET Staff2: French Club 2,3. HAMILL, JOYCE . 46,60,62,68,69,94 Kayettes 1,2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: BUFFALO Staff 3: Pep Club 2: Youth Council 1,3: Spanish Club 1. HANDS, VIRGIL , . 46,64,65,71,80, 100,l02,106,114 Keys 3: G-Club 1,2,3:Officer: Student Council 3: BUFFALO Staff 2: Latin Club 2: Football 1,2,3: Basketball 1, 2,3. HANSON, HAROLD DUANE . . 46 HARKNESS, SHARON . . 46,60,62,68 Kayettes 1,2,3: Officer 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: BUFFALO Staff 3: Pep Club 2: Latin Club 1,2, HARTWELL, JUDY . . . 46,62,94 Kayettes 1,2,3: Officer 2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F.H,A, 1: BUFFALO Staff 2: Pep Club 1,2,3: Sophomore Play: Junior Play. HAYS, VICTOR . . . . . . 46,80 G-Club 2,3: Basketball 2,3. HEBRLEE, MARIANNE . . 47,60, 62,76,88 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band 1,2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: SUGAR BEET Staff 2: F,H,A. 1,2,3: Pep Club 1,2,3, HEISMEYER, CAROLYN . . 47,60, 62,76,94 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band 1,2: SwingChoir 2: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F.H.A, 1,2,3: Officer 1,2: Pep Club 1,2: French Club 2: Officer 2, HERRMAN, RONALD , , 47,60 Football 1. 123 HINKLE, BARRY . . 47,60,64,82, 100,103 Keys 3: Science Club: Junior Play: Football 1,2,3. HINKLE, WINTON . . 47,60,68,71, 89,93 Band 1,2,3: Officer 3: Pep Band 1, 2,3: Swing Choir 2: Robed Choir 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Council 2,3: Officer 3: Debate 1,2,3: Officer 2,3: BUFFALO Staff 2,3: Executive Staff 3: Youth Council 2: Junior Play. HOOD, CAROLYN , , 47,60,62,68, 88,93,94,96 Kayettes 1,2,3: Officer 1: Band 1,2, 3: Officer 3: Pep Band 3: Swing Choir 2: Robed Choir 2,3: Officer 3: Blue Notes 3: Mixed Chorus 1: Debate 2,3: Officer 3: BUFFALO Staff 1,2,3: Executive Staff 2,3: Pep Club 1: Latin Club l,2: Sophomore Play: Junior Play: Contest Play 2. HORTON, EVALEIGH . . . 47,88 Band 3, HOWARD, MICHAEL . . . . . 47 HUBERT, JAMES . . . 48,100,102 FO0tba1l 1,3. HULTQUIST, LARRY . . 48,60,82,94 Science Club 3: Swing Choir 2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Football 1,3. JACOBS, ROBERT . . . . 48 JOHNSON, CONNIE .... 48,60,76 Kayettes l,2: Band l,2: Robed Choir 2: Blue Notes 2: Mixed Chorus 1: F,H.A, 1,2,3: Pep Club l,2: Latin Club 1. KELLER, MICHAEL , , 48,60,64, 65,68,69,82,84,100,103 Key Club 3: Officer 3: G-Club 3: Science Club 3: Mixed Chorus 1: BUFFALO Staff 2,3: Executive Staff 3: Latin Club 2,3: Spanish Club 2,3: Football 1,2,3: Sophomore Play, Junior Play. KEMPER, SAM . . . 48 KIEHL, GARY . . . . 48 KINCAID, JANICE . . . 48,60,95 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band 1: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Pep Club l,2: Latin Club 1,2. KITCH, BETTY ..... 49,60,62 Kayettes 1,2,3: Officer 2,3: Robed Choir 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Debate 2: F.H.A. l,2: Pep Club1,2:YouthCoun- cil 2. 124 I ndex KRAUS, JOSEPH . . 48,60,64,80,94, 106,114 Keys 3: G-Club 1,2,3: Science Club 3: Swing Choir 2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Officer 3: Boys' Quartet 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Officer 1: Basketba111,2,3: Track 1,2. KREBS, MARIA . . 49,60,62,68,69, 79,85,89,93 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band 1,2,3: Pep Band 1,2,3: Robed Choir 2:MixedChorus 1: F.H,A. 1: BUFFALO Staff 3: Pep Club 1,3: French Club 2,3: Officer 3. LANGE, WILLIAM .... 49,60,82 Science Club 3: Debate 1,2: Youth Council 2: Latin Club 1: Wrestling 1: Sophomore Play: Junior Play. LARGENT, ANNA MAY . . 3,26,49, 60,68,91,92,95 Orchestra 1,2,3: Honor Symphony2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F,H.A. l,2: BUFFALO Staff 2,3: Executive Staff 2,3: Sophomore Play. LARSSEN, UNNI . . 2,3,49,6O,83 Kayettes 3: Robed Choir 3: Student Council 3: BUFFALO Staff 3: French Club 3: Officer 3. LEONARD, DIANE , . 49,60,62,79, 89,94 Kayettes 2,3: Band 2,3: Robed Choir 2,3. LIGHTNER, HARRY . . 49,74.75, 100,102,113 F.F,A. 1,2,3: Officer 2,3: Football 3: Wrestling 1,2,3. LITZENBERGER, VERLE . . . 49 F,F,A. 1,2,3, LOPEZ, LUCY ....... 50,62 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band 1,2,3: Pep Band 1: Robed Choir 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Latin Club 1: Spanish Club 2, MARTIN, BRENDA . . . 50,60,'T0 MARTIN, GUY . . 50,64,65,100,102, 103,114 Keys 3: Officer 3: Football3: Track 3: G-Club 3. MAYO, MARGARET . . 5o,6o,62,6s, 94,95 Kayettes 1,2,3: Officer 2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Officer 3: Mixed Chorus 1: Girls' State: BUFFALO Staff 2,3: Executive Staff 2,3: F,H.A. 1,2: Pep Club 1: Spanish Club 2: Officer 2: Sophomore Play: Junior Play. MCGRAW, DOUGLAS . . 50,62,74, 75,113 F.F.A. 1,2,3: Officer 2,3: Basketball l,2: Wrestling 3. MCGRAW, KAREN . . . . . 50,76 Kayettes, 1,2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F,H.A. 1,2,3: Pep Club 1,2,3. MCLINN, MYRIAN . . . . . 50,75 F,F,A. 1,2,3. MCMILLAN, DAVID . . 50,60,68,69, 74,75,82,88,92,93 Science Club 3: Band 1,2,3: Honor Symphony 2,3: F.F.A. 1,2,3: Officer 2,3: BUFFALO Staff 2,3: Executive Staff 3. MENDOZA, LOUIS . , , , , . . , 51 MERCER, SHERRY , , 51,60,62, 68,71,76,88,94,95,96 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band 1,2,3: Officer 3: Pep Band 1,2,3: Swing Choir 2: Robed Choir 2,3: Officer 3: Blue Notes 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Council 3: F.H.A. 2,3: Officer 2,3: BUFFALO Staff 2,3: Executive Staff 3: Youth Council 2,3: Pep Club 2: SpanishC1ub 2,3. MERRILL, DIANE . . 26,51,6O,62, 90,92,94,96 Kayettes 1,2,3: Orchestra 1,2,3: Of- ficer 1,2,3: Honor Symphony 1,2,3: Swing Choir 2: Robed Choir 2,3: Blue Notes 3: MixedChorus 1: Student Council 2: Pep Club 1. MESA, MAGGIE . . , . 51,6O,94 Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Spanish Club 1. MILES, CHARLES . . . 51,60 Class Officer 1. MILLER, JOHN ....... . . 51 Robed Choir 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Spanish Club 2: Football 1,2: Wrestl- ing 1. MILLS, VERA . . . . . 51,60 Spanish Club 1, MINTER, BEVERLY .. 51,6239 Kayettes 1,2,3: F,H,A. l,2: Pep Club 1,2,3, MOORE, BARBARA . . . 52,62 Kayettes 1,2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Pep Club 1,2: Latin Club l,2: Sophomore Play. MOORE, JAMES . . 52,60,88,92,94 Honor Symphony 3: Swing Choir 2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Band 1,2,3. MORRELL, PATRICIA . . 52,60,62, 68,88,92,93,94 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band 1,2,3: Pep Band 1,2,3: Honor Symphony 2,3: Swing Choir 2: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F,H.A. 1: BUFFALO Staff 2,3: Executive Staff 3: Pep Club 1: Sophomore Play. NESBITT, JIMMY . . 52,60,82,95 Science Club 3: Band 1: Pep Band 1: Swing Choir 3: RobedChoir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Basketball 1. NUSSER, ROBERT . . . , , 52 NUSSER, SHARON . . . . . 52,62,79 Kayettes 3: Pep Club 3. OEDING, BERNARD . . 52,60,68,80, 84,92,95,113 G-Club 2,3: Science Club 3: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Debate l,2: BUFFALO Staff 2,3: Executive Staff 3: Latin Club 1,2,3: Wrestling 2,3, OGBURN, JERRY . . . 52,68,71,82, 84,100,103 G-Club 3: Science Club 3: Band l,2: Pep Band 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Council 3: BUFFALO Staff 1,2,3: Executive Staff 2,3:Co-editor 3: Latin Club 2,3: Football 2,3, OHMES, ROBERT , , . 75 F.F.A. 1.2.3. OLOMON, PATRICK . . . 53,60,64, 68,841,113 Keys 3: F,F.A, l,2: BUFFALO Staff 3: Latin Club 2,3: Wrestling 1,2,3. OPITZ, PHYLLIS ..... 53,60,62 Kayettes 1,2,3: Robed Choir 2: Mixed Chorus 1: SUGAR BE ET Staff 3: Pep Club 1,2. PETRUS, ROBERT . , , , 53 PHILIPS, MARILYN . . 53,62,68, 69,82,92,93,95 Science Club 3: Orchestra 1,2,3: Honor Symphony 1,2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: BUFFALO Staff 1,3: Sophomore Play: Junior Play. PHILLIPS: ALTON . . . . . . . 53 Band 1,2,3. POUNDS, JUDY , , 53,60,62,76,94 Kayettes 1,2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F,H,A, 1,2,3: Pep Club 1,2, PROBERTS, WAYNE , , , , , , 53 QUICK, CHARLOTTE , , , 53,62,68 Kayettes 1,2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F,H.A. l,2: BUFFALO Staff 3: Pep Club 1,2: SpanishC1ub2,3: Sophomore Play. QUINT, LINDA . . 54,60,6236,94 Kayettes 1,2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: MixedChorus1: F.H.A. 1.2.3: Officer 2: Pep Club 1,2. Index RAYNESFORD, ALICE . . 54,62,6a, 69,71,82,84,90,92,95 Kayettes 2,3: Science Club 3: Orches- tra 1,2,3: Officer 1,2,3: Honor Sym- phony 1,2,3: Swing Choir 2: Robed Choir 2,3: Officer 2: Blue Notes 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Officer 1: Student Council 3: Debate 2: F.H.A, 1:Officer 1: BUFFALO Staff l,2,3: Executive Staff 2,3: Co-Editor 3: Pep Club 1: Latin Club 1,2,3: Foreign Exchange Student Committee 3. RENICK, MARY ANN . . 543036 Kayettes 2,3: SUGAR BEET Staff 2,3: F.H.A. 1.2.3. RENICK, SANDRA . . 54,62,68,94,95 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band 1: Robed Choir 2,3: Officer 3:MixedChorus 1:F,H.A, 1: Pep Club l,2: Latin Club l,2: BUFFALO Staff 3. RINTOUL, MERLENE , . 54,62,68, 94,95 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band 1,2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F.H,A, 1,2,3: Pep Club 1, 2,3: Youth Council 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: Sophomore Play: Junior Play. RIPPER, MARION . . . . . . . 54 ROBINSON, GENE , . . . , , 54 Junior Play, ROGERS, ROLAND , , 54,80,82,94, 106,114 G-Club 2,3: Science Club 3: Officer 3: Band 1,2: Honor Symphony 1,2: Swing Choir 2,3: Robed Choir 2,3: Officer 3: Boys' Quartet 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Council 2: Officer 2: Key Club 1: Latin Club 1,2,3: Football 1: Bas- ketball 1,2,3: Track 1,2,3: C lass Officer 2. ROJAS, HORTENCIA , , 55,6o,95 SETTERS, THOMAS , , , . , , 55 Robed Choir 2: Mixed Chorus 1, SHEEHY, LILLIAN .... 55,624,234 Kayettes 1,2,3: Orchestra 1,2:Honor Symphony 2: Robed Choir 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Debate 1,3: F,H,A, 1: BUFFALO Staff 1,2,3: Executive Staff 2,3: Pep Club 1,2: Latin Club 1,2,3. SHOBE, SANDRA , , 55,60,62,95 Robed Choir 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Kayettes 1,2,3. SIMON, HARLAN . . , , , , 55 Wrestling 1. SMITH, DENNIS . . 3,38,55,68,71, 82,88,89,92,93,95 Science Club 3: Band 2,3: Officer2,3: Pep Band 3: Honor Symphony 2,3: Student Council 3: Debate 2,3: BUFFALO Staff 3: French Club 2,3: Junior Play: Class Officer 3. SMITH, JANET . . 55,62,68,69,70, 85,89,93 Kayettes 1,2,3: Band 1,2,3: Pep Band 1,2,3: Robed Choir 2: MixedChorus 1: SUGAR BEET Staff 3: F.H.A. 1: BUFFALO Staff 3: Pep Club 1,3: French Club 2,3. sMI'rH,JUDITH . . . , . . . . 55,60 SMITH, RICHARD. . . . . . . , . 56 Keys 1,2: Band l,2: Robed Choir 2: Mixed Chorus 1. SMITH, ROBERT . , . . , . , . 60 SMITH, THOMAS . . 56,60,70,100, 102,103 G-Club 1,2,3: Officer 3: Mixed Chorus 1: SUGAR BE ET Staff 1: French Club 1: Football 1,2,3: Wrestling 1,2: Captain 2. SMITHE, WALTER . . . . 56,60,94 Robed Choir 2,3: Youth Council 2.3. SNYDER, KATHYE , , , , , , , , 56 SUGAR BEET Staff 3. sPoR, PAUL , , , , 56,70,100,102 Mixed Chorus 1: SUGAR BEET Staff 'l,2,3: Football 1,2,3: Wrestling 1. STALEY, LAvoN ..... 52,6236 Kayettes 2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: F.H.A. 1,2,3: Officer 3: BUFFALO Staff 3: Pep Club 1: Spanish Club 1: Officer 1. STANDLEY, MARVIN . . 56,6035 P,P,A. 1,2,3. STERLING,CAROL , , 38,57,62,71, 85,88,104 Kayettes 1,2,3: Football Queen 3: At- tendant 2: Band 1,2,3: Officer 3: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Council 3: F,H,A. 1: Pep Club l,2: Latin Club 1: French Club 2,3: Officer 3: Sophomore Play: Class Officer 1,3. STENGEL, DICK . . 57,64,68,70,82, 100,102 Keys 3: Science Club 3: SUGARBEET Staff 3: BUFFALO Staff 3: Football 2,3: Track 1,2: G-Club 3: Debate 1,2,3. STRASSER, KENNETH , , , . , 57 SULLIVAN, GARY . . . 57,89 Band 1,2,3. TANNER, DONALD . . . 60 TAYLOR, DAVID . . . 57 TAYLOR, ELSWORTH , , , 60,94 Robed Choir 3, TAYLOR, FRANK WILLIAM . . 57, 80 G-Club 1,2,3: Football 2,3: Sophomore Play: Track 1,2,3. 125 79,95 128 TAYLOR,LEE 57 Robed Choir 2,3g Mixed Chorus 13 Wrestling 1. TAYLOR, WILLIAM JESSE , , 38,58, 64,65,68,69,71,82,100,102,103,113 Keys 2,35 Officer 8: Science Club 3: Student Council 3, BUFFALO Staff 2, 33 Executive Staff 35 Youth Council 35 Officer 3: Football 2,3gC1ass Officer 3. THOMAS, EARLENE , , , , , 58 TOLBERT, LAWRENCE . . 58,60,94 Robed Choir 2,3, UNDERWOOD, RAY , , , , 58,60 Index WALSH, WILLIAM . . . . 55 Wrestling lg G-Club 1. WALKER, MELVIN . . . . , , 58,70 Football 35 Wrestling 1, WASINGER, BERNARD Keys 25 SUGAR BEET 3. .. .. 58,70 wl-IARTON, DAVID , , 5s,60,6s,59, 82,84,95,103 Science Club 35 Band 15 Pep Band 1g Swing Choir 2,35 Robed Choir 2,33 Mixed Chorus lg BUFFALO Staff 2, 35 Executive Staff 33 Latin Club 1,2,3g Pep Club 13 Football 1,2g Basketball 1. Abrams, Gail . Ackley, Joetta . Albers, Paula . . Anderson, Jerry Anderson,Jlll . . Arwlne, James . . Austin, George Avila, Cecilia . Avila, Robert . . ........27 Aycock, Keith . . . Ballinger, J annet Barker, Bonnie . Barnett, Sandra , Barton, Charles . . Becker, Janet . . ..27 ..27 .....27 , , , 27,s2,s4 , .27,63,89,95 27,60,64,95,119 . . . 27,s0,s9 .......27 , , , 27,e0,94 24,27,53,77,s5 91,92 27,70 26,27,62,63,68, 77,79,s1,92,94 . . . .26,27,71 .....27,63 JUNIORS Connors, Janet . . 26,28,63,68,83, 84,88 Corn, Robert . . . . 28,60,94 Cowgill, James . . . 28,60,95 Cranston, Shirley . . .... 28,77 Crist, Teddy . . . . . . 29,75,95 Daniel, Larry , . 29,89,91,92 Dater, Leona , 29,60,63,85,95 Delbert, Gary . . . . 29,91,92 Dennis, Diane ........ 29 DeRemus, Linda . 29,63,77,89,94 Dick, Philip . . . . . 29,119 Dillon, Nancy . . Dorner, Warren Doubrava, Sharolyn ....29 29 ,,29,63,77, Beltran, Manuel, Jr. . . . 27,86 Benthin, Lee .... 27,63,79,85 Bird, C. L. ......... 27,75 Bird, Pauletta . . . 24,27,63,68,77, 79,90,92 Bott, Karen ....... 27,77,79 Bowling, Sydnie Beth . . 2'7,60,62,63, 68,77,78,79,B1,92,95 Bowyer, Caroline . . 28,63,77,79,91, 95 Brady, Earl ..... . ..... 28 Brecheisen, Terrence . . . . . . 28 Brinkmeyer, Joan . . 28,63,68,69,76, 77,89,93 Brookover, Jane . . 28,63,77,79,88, 92,93 Brown, John ...... . . 28 Brown, Mark ..... . . 28 Brungardt, Beverly . . . . . . . 28 Burtnett, Leon ,,,.,,, , , 106 Caldwell, Marilyn , , 2s,59,e8,7e,77, 79,88,93 Cambron, Charolette . . . . . 28 Cambron, Paul .... . . 28 Carroll, Thelda . . . . . 28 Castleberry, Jonas . . . . . . . . 28 Chalmers, Carol . . . . . . . . 28 Clausen, Yondolan . . 28,62,63,68,77, Cleveland, Glenda ..... 28,63,88 Coen, Karen . . . . 28,60,63,94 79,94 Douglass, Mildred , , 29,60,63,68, 69,ss,95 Dreiling, Jane . . . . 29,63 29 ,, 29,e9,5a,s9 Dutton, Diane . . . 29,63,77,84 Duvall, Darlene , . 29,60,63,77,79, 86,95 Dyer, Fleta . . 29,63,77,90,92,94 Edwards, Sharon ..... 29,77,79 Erker, Dorothy ...... 29,79,85 Etllng, Sharon . . 29,69,6s,75,77,7s, 89,92,93 Dreillng, Rose . . Dunham, Patricia wlnows, VERNON , , 59,64,68,69, 75,90,s4,114 Keys 9, G-club 1,2,3: SUGAR BEET Staff 2,35 F,F,A, 1,2,3g BUFFALO staff 95 Latin Club 9: Football 1,2: Basketball 1, WILLSON, SHARON , , , , 59 WISHON, PATRICIA . . . . . . 59 WRIGHT, JOE ....... 59.94 Robed Choir 3: Mixed Chorus 2g SUGAR BEET Staff 2: Football 1: Wrestling 2. YORK, LARRY . . 59,7l,74,75,91,92 Orchestra 1,2,3g Officer 13 F.F,A. 1, 2,33 Officer 1,2,3g Student Council 3. Hebrlee, Edward . , , . 30,64,119 Hensel, Ronald . , . , . 30,64,100 Hering, Marilyn , , , 30,63,77,79 Herrell, J. C. . ..... 30 Hezmall, Frank ,,,,,,, 31,60,95 Higgs, Kent .......... 31,75 Hinkle, Janice . . 31,63,68,69,79,83, 84,95,1l9 31,88 .......91,5s , , 31,60,68,95,119 Holloway, Phyllis ...... Hooper, Jim . . Hopkins, Robert Huff, Eugene . . ....... 31 Hunt, Wilma . . Jacobs,Jack . . . , , . . 31 J acobs, Kenneth .......... 31 Johnson, Jan . . Johnson, Sue . . 31,60,68,69,77,79,95 Johnston, Sherron ....... 31,63 .......31 ,,,,,,31,63,77 Jones, Robert . . . . . . . . 31 Joy, Robert . . . . . . 31 Kendall, Dale . . . . . . . . 31 Kldwell, Susan ....... 31,63,89 Kleysteuber, Dennis , . 31,6O,74,75, s0,94,10o,113 Knight, Barbara ..., 31,63,77,94 Koksal, Sharon , , 31,60,63,88,93,94 Kope, Karen , , 91,69,63,69,77,79,s4 Koster, Duane . Kraus, Edward , , ........32.75 Farr, Brad . Fife, Janice . , Finley, Robert . Finney, Michael , Floyd, Robert . . . Frizzell, Cheryl . Froggatte, Dixie Garner, Joseph . Garvert, Janet . Gibson, Kenneth . Gillam, Dwayne , Goss, Dwight . . Greathouse, Lee , Guillen, Robert . Hacker, Charles , Hamman, Judith venus: Q--.- 60,93 29,63,77,83,95 . . . . . 30,75 . . 30,68 . . . . . .30 . . . . .30,94 . , 30,e0,e9,95 . . . . . . 30 , , , 30,63,77,95 . . ...... 30 .... .30 ......30,100 Grady, Janice .... . , . 30,64,75,100 ........30 30,63,77,79,86 30,100 24,2e,90,59,e3, Krebs, Jerry , , Kreutzer, Sharon LaGesse, Don , , . Laney, Ellen . . . Largent, Leon . . Laughlin, Neola Lee, Gail , . , Lefort, Mary Kay Leon, Richard . Leopold, Patricia Lierle, Kenneth Mahuron, Sandra . . . . . 32 . . 32,68,82 , , 32,77 . 32,82 . . . . 32,85 . 92,655,100 32 . . . . . . 32 , , , 24,32,63,77,79 . . . . . . 32 26,32,6.3,71,76, 77 . . . 32,6o,95 92,60,e3,e8,59, ' 76,77,79,84,91,92 Hazlett, Carol . . . . . . . . . 30,63 88,92,93,94 Mangan, Darrell ...... 32 Martin, Sharon , , , 24,32,83,84 McCart, Vernon . . . 3.32.58 McKinney, James . .... 32 McMillan, William . . . . 32,68,75 Mead, Buddy . . Meier Jo ce .....32 3283 , y . . . . . . . Mercer, Vicki . . . . . 33,63,70:88 Mesa, Gloria . . . . . 33,63,77,79,94 Mesa, Mary . . . . . . 33.77.79,94 Moler, Judith . . Moody, Leonard . Munoz, James . . . ...... 33 .....33 . . . . . . . . 33 Nannlnga, Cheryl . . 33,63,77,85,88, 95 Nusser, Martin . . . . . . . . 33,75 Oedlng, Jimmy . . 33,60,68,69,75,95, 113 Ohmes, Paul . . . Oliver, Alberta . . Ornelas, Tony . . . ..33 ...33 . . . . 33 Osterbuhr, Gloria . . . . 33,63,89 Palmer, Shirley . . Partin, Harold . . Peltz, Elaine . . Penny, Don . . . Peters, Sherian . Pfeifer, Paul . , , Pickett, Roselee . , . 33,63,77 . . . . . . 33 . . . . 33,63,77 22,64,65,68,93 33, 60,63,68,69, 77,79,94,96 . . . . a8,68,75 . . as,68,79,84 Piland, Diane . . 24,33,63,68,69,79, 84 Proberts, Mickey . 34 Raynesford, Robert . . 26,34,60,68, 71,84,89,92,95 Renfro, Nancy . . 34,60,63,79,95,96 Rhodes , Terrence Acosta, Johnny . . Alexander, Jack . , Anderson, Carolyn Anderson, Roy . , Angeles, Dean . . Arellano, Joseph . Armstrong, Kenneth Arnold, Richard . . . . Atkinson, Orvilla . Avila, Henry , , , Avila, Lucy . , Baker, Ronald , , Ballinger, Jean , Bauer, Darlene . . Bayer, Ramona . , Belknap, Gerald , , , Bentrup, Henry , Bergkamp, Mary . Bergkamp, Patricia Bertram, Donatti Blackwood, Robert Bodam, Louise . Brewer, Dorothy . Brooks, Rebecca . Brungardt, Alfreda Brungardt, Gary . Bryan, Earlene . Bunney, James . . Carr, Arthur . . .....34,89 . . . . . . . . 17 . . 17,64,84,100 . . . . . 17,77,79 . . . . 17,75 . 17,91,92 17 ....17 ......17 ..17,77,79,98 ....17,89 .....17,24 , 17,68,100 17,79,85,90,92 17,6a,68,89,84 17,63,77,79,81, 85,98 . . . . . . 17 17,68,69,85,88 16,17,63,79,85, 98 . . 17,63,77,78, 79,98 17,24,77,98 . . . 17,23,75 17,24,77,89,92 . . . . . . . 17 17,24,69,77,78, 84,98 . . 17 . . 17 . . . . 17 . . 17,100 . . 17 Index Rocha, Armando , . 34,68,8O,84,114 Rupp, Evelyn . . . Russell, J, D, , , , , Sage, Douglas . . ....... 34 . . . . . . 34 34,68,100,113 Salyer, Van . . 34,68,80,88,93,114 Sanders , Norbert . . . . . . . . . 34 Schaberg, Jullanel . . 34,63,88,95 Schreibvogel, Jerry . . .... . 34 Scott, Mark ,, 84,74,75,80,113 Scott, Richard , . , . . . . . . . . 34 Scott, Winston . . . . . 34,100,102 Shea, Alice . .34,63,85,86,91,92,119 Simmons, James . . Smith, Connie . . . Smith, Sterling , , Smith, Yvonne . Snell, Dianna . . . Sambrano, Teresa Sperry, Melvin . . . Spilman, Verla . . Spor, Eugene ,. . .. Springer, Vivian Sroufe,' Lee . . . . . Steele, Saundra . 34,60,68,69,71, 82,85,89,92,93 . . . . . 34,85 , , , 34,74,75 , . 34,60,79 . . . a4,6o,95 a5,84,88,89,9a ......35 ......35 35 . . . , 35,77 . , . 85,68,68 24,35,60,63,68, 69,77,79,90,92,95 Stone, Sherry . , , . 35,62,63,77 Stoppel, Leonard . . . . . . . . . 35 Stucker, Joan . . . 35,63,76,7-7,79, 85,88 Sughrue, Kathleen . . 35,62,63,68, 69,71,77,79,81 SOPHOMORES Cleaver, Janice . . 17,24,63,77,79, Coen, Marilyn , , 89,98 18,63,83,84,98 Collins, Wayne . . . . . . . 18,98 Cowan, Carole , . , , 18,63,79,90 Crawford, Gary . ....... 18 Crook, Rebecca . . . l8,24,63,77,79, 81,98 Cruz, Cristobel ....... 18,24 Cruz, Henry .,,,,,,,, 18,24 Curtis, Jack ..... 18,24,68,84 Dale, Mary , , 18,24,63,68,76,77, Davis, David . Davis, Karen . . Davis, Wanda . . Dechant, Kenneth . Dougherty, James Dougherty, Ruth . Dunn, Marjorie . Earle, Louise . . Eisenblse, Sondra Ellington, Linda , . Esoalada, John , . , . , , 79,98 18,23,24,88,92 18,24,77,79,98 . . 18,77,79 . , . . 18,24 . . 18,64,100 . . . . 18,77 18 18,24,77,86,98 Ebaugh, Harry , , , , , , , , 18 . . 18,68,79,90, 92,98 18,63,79,90,98 18,100 Fankhauser, Daniel . . 16,18,64,71, 98,100 Fansler, Douglas . . 18,64,68,84,98, 100 Finke, David , . . . 18,24,85,100 Foster, Rhea . . 18,64,89,92,98,100 Frlesen, Edna . . . . . . 18,77,98 Sughrue, Margaret . . 35,63,68,69, 71,76,77,79,81,119 Sullivan, Johnnie Kay .... 35,77 Swank, Connie ......... 35,63 Swartley, Judith ........ 35,89 Thomas, Donna ...... 77,89,94 Tolbert, William . . 35,80,82,86,100, 113 Towns, Carol ,,.,,,.,,. 85 Towns, Donald , . 35,64,75,119 Towns, Donna ........ 35,63,94 Underwood, Roberta ...... 35,85 Vance, Susan . . 35,60,62,63,68,69, 71,84,119 Von Schriltz, Kay . . . . . 35,94 Wagner, Mary . . . . . . . 35,63,94 Wagner, Ruth . . 35,60,63,71,91,92, 94,95,96 Wallace, Richard ..... 36,100,113 Waltz, Mary Ann . . . . . 36,77 Warren, Vyrl ....... 36,60,75 Wasson, Larry ,,,....,., 36 Webb, James . . . 36,64,80,100,113 Weber, Delbert ....,,,.. 36 Wells, James , , 36,68,88,92,106 Wells, Ronald .......,,. 36 Whltehurst, Ronald 36 Wiebe, Philip . . . .... 36,106 Williams, Kay . . .... 36,89 Williams, Philip . 36,64,75,100 Wolff, Shirley , , , . 36,63,70 Woodard, Victor . ..... 36 Garcia John ......... 18 Garcia Manuel ,,,,,,,,, 18 Garcia Marcella . . 18,24,63,98 Garton Linda . , 18,24,62,68,79,83, 84,98 Gibson, Ruth Ann . . . . 18,24 Gigot, Terry . . . 19,64,75 Goetz, Ronald . . . . 19 Goss, Verlin , , , 19 Gray, Darwin . . . 19,100 Green, John . . . . . 19 Grenz, James . . . 19 Gross, Eugene . . . 19 Hanson, John . . . 19 Harmon, Ronald . ,,,. 19 Harrison, Larry . . . . . 19,84 Hays, Dixie .... 19,24,77,79 Heili, Marcella . . . . . 19,24 Henry, Judith . . . 19,24,77,79 Hermocillo, Delores , , . 19,79 Homer, George . . . . 19,24 Hornlng, Jerome . . . 19,88 Howard, John , , , . , 19,24 Jacobs, Kay .... ...... 1 9 Jefferson, Larry ......... 19 Jennings, Marilyn . 19,24,77,98 Jolmson, Harvey ...... 19,24,89 Johnson, Mike . . . 19,24,64,98,100 Johnson, Walter ...... 19,24,64 Jones, Lanny ........ 19,89 Keller, Patrick . . 19,24,64,68,69,84, 98,100,106 Kendall, Anne . . . , , 19,79 127 Kinney, Curtis , . . . , . , 19,24,86 Kleysteuber, Delores . . 19,24,63,77, 79,89,98 Lee, Clark .... . . . .... . 19 Leonard, Dana ..... . . . . 19.88 Llle, Margaret . . 20,24,62,63,68,79, 85,98 Lockwood, Gretchen . . . 20,85,98 Ludwig, Michael , , , , , 20,98,100 Mal, Harold ........ 20,24,75 Marsalis, Cheryl ...... 20,79,86 Marshall, Pamela . . 20,24,63,76,77, 79,98 Martin, Leora . , 3,20,24,63,68,69, Masoner, Richard McLlnn, LaVern Medina, Virginia Meeker, Cheryl Mesa, Ruth , , . Meschke, John , Mitschler, Pete Moody, Mildred Morgan, Johnnie Motley, Wllber Mueller, Gary . Nusser, Janice Ohmes, Ramona Oliver, Doris . . Orozco, Anita . . Orozco, Tony . . Palmer, Gary . . Park, Mary . . Payne, Dean , , 79,84,9o,92,98 , . 2o,24,64,65,98, 100,106 . . . . 2O,24,75' . . . . 20,24,98 . , 20,77,79,88,98 ......20 20,23 . .......20 , . . 20,24,77,98 , 1e,2o,24,e3,71, 77,89,98 . . . 20,24,98 . . . . . 20 . 20,63,77,79 . . . . . . 20 . . . 20,24 . . 20,98 20 .....20 ,.2o,77,79 . .......20 Index Petrus, Dennis , , . . , , , 21 . . 21,63,79,84 . . . . . . 21 Pickett, Rita . Porter, Philip . . Purdy, Thomas . . ..... 21 Quint, Larry ......... 21,24 21,63,79 Ramirez, Patricia .... Ratzlaff, Larry , , 21,64,98,100,102 Reed, Edwin .... 21,24,68,84,88,92 Renick, John ...-.-- uunn 2 1 Rice, George ........... 21 Rintoul, Dwayne ........ 21,89 Rocha, Trinidad . . 21,23,24,77,83,84 Roper, John , . 21,23,24,82,84,88,92, 93 Salter, Elizabeth . . 21,24,77,'79,84, 98 Scheuchzer, Norman . . . 21,24,98 Schneider, Paul . . .... 21 Schoor, Ellen ......... 21,77 Schrader, Robert ..... 21,68,82 Schroeder, Vicki . . 21,24,63,77,79, 89,98 Sheehy, John ..... 21,24,84,98 Simpson, Richard ...... 21,100 Skilling, Charles ......... 21 Smith, Linda .......... 21 Smith, Peggy . . 21,63,68,69,79,84,98 Smith, Ronald .......... 21 Smith, sara . . 21,24,63,68,76,77,79, 86,98 Smith, Shirley ..... 21,77,79 Snyder, Carole , . 21,24,63,77,79,98 Spikes, Peggy ..... 21,77,79,98 Sterling, Nancy , , . 21,24,63,79,84 Stoner, Richard . . .' .... 22,23 Strauss, Larry ...... 22,24,89 Taylor, mez , , Thiessen, Suzanne Torres, Joe . . . Towns, Carol , , , Towns, Dale . . . . , Turner, Richard . . Underwood, Larry Ulrich, Larry , , Valenzuela, Vicki Van Dam, Penny . . Vineyard, Sharon . Wade, Ruth . . . . . Waldeck, Dale . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Walker, William , . . Walsh, Karen . . . Ward, Larry . . Warner, Bruce . . . . Weber, Douglas , Weldon, Louise . Wells, Wanda . . Werner, Robert . Wheatley, James . Wheeler, William Whitehurst, Coleen . . 22,e8,98 . 22 79 98 Taylor, Sheryl . . . . . 22:77:98 . . 22 , 22,77,79,98 . . . . . 22.75 , 22,68,84,98 . . . . 22,75 . . . . 22 . . . . . . 22 , . 22,24,77,79 . . . . 22,79 . . . . . 22 . . . . . 22,24 22,63,77,79,98 . . . . . 22,89 22,75,1oo,118 . . L 22,23,84 , , , 22,63,79 22 77 98 '22,24,64,8s,2s8, 82,98,1o6,12o 22,24,e8,82,84, 89 , . . 22,84,88 , 22,24,63,77, 79,84,98 Whitman, Jerry . . . . . . 22,24 Widows, Judith . . 23,24,63,77,79,98 Wilson, Beth . , 23,24,62,63,68,91, 92,98 Wilson, Donald . . 23,24,100,106 Witman, Claudey . . . . . . . . 23,98 Wolfe, Dean . , , ,16,23,68,69,71,75 Wright, Carolyn . 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