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

 - Class of 1961

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The person who has had a very definite part in these changes which have made Garden City High School rank among the finest institutions of secondary education in the state is Dr. Leroy E. Hood. As a result of his leadersqhip and guidance, Garden City High School has achieved much of the prominence which it now as. With pride, affection and gratitude, the members of the 1961 Buffalo Staff dedicate this book to Dr. Leroy E. Hood. BOARD OF EDUCATION: SEATED: Left to Right, Andrew Helen Dale, Lorna Stoner. STANDING: Dr. Leroy Hood, Erhart, Presidentg Lloyd Haag, Helen Reed, Secretaryg Superintendent of Schools, John Burnside, Paul Masoner. Foundahon for EducaHon Without the Board of Education, the school would be as a tree without a trunk. lt would be unable to grow, to develop, and to improve in its purpose. This body, composed of loyal, in- terested parents, teachers, and citizens of the community is undoubtedly the bulwark of in- genuity in performing many tasks. Such an important branch of the school system must not be slightedg for within this body lies the complete functioning power of the school system. The students indeed owe great respect to a body so active in adhering to the aid and the support of Garden City High School. TN-L Dr. Hood does many things in addition to serving as Superintendent of Schools. Here we see him meeting with Bob Jones, Student Council President, Tom Saffell, High School Principal, Ross Blackford, Rotary Club, Wayne Taylor, Boy Scout Executive, and Chief Geisler, to make plans for a Halloween party for the youth of Garden City. A and B Team cheerleaders, with sophomore football players, look on as Dr. Hood leads the student body in their ever-popular yell, "Rock 'em, Sock 'em." Mr. Jellison Pays Tribute The dedication of the 1961 Buffalo to Dr. Hood is a fine tri- bute to the job he has done for education in Garden City for the last five years. His continuous concern for every facet of the school system has paid off in a first class educational exper- ience for the children and the youth of Garden City. Many things have contributed to his success. But one attribute stands above all of the rest as the key to his leadership. ltis his sincere concern and interest in the welfare and activities of those working with him. He adds the personal touch to educational ad- ministration through becoming acquainted with not only his teachers and administrators but also with their families. I am proud to have worked with him. My only regret is that this association was not for a longer period of time. Bill Jellison Mr. affell Pays Respect lt is indeed fitting that the 1960-1961 yearbook be dedicated to Dr. Leroy Hood. Ihave worked with Dr. Hood only a few months, but in those few months I have found that he is one of the top educators of the Mid-West. He has done a magnificent job with the schools of Garden City, and the patrons of the Community should be proud of his efforts and accomplishments. This com- munity takes a back seat to none in its educational program. Dr. Hood is a dedicated man who wants the best for the young people in this community. ljoin the yearbook staff members in a salute to this fine man. ' Tom Saffell A Day With The Good Doctor For nearly an hour he had been writing a constructive article about the junior high-junior college improvement bond issue. Someone had just entered his office and now stood in front of his large deskg he cleared his throat and said, "Good morning, sir. Would you please sign this requisition?" It was one of the coaches with a requisition for seven rolls of tape and one athletic protective mouthpiece. After signing the requisition, he made a note on the memo pad in front of him as a reminder that the elementary school principals expected him at the meeting that after- noon. Also, he must attend the Board of Education meeting that evening. His writing took some minutes more. When he had typed the bond issue article for the city paper, he made several telephone calls and left his office. He drove to Georgia Matthews Elementary School. This school was one of the two new grade schools that had been part of his work. The other school was Jones Elementary School which had been constructed after the separation of the junior college from the high school. He talked with the principal of the school, paused at several ofthe classrooms, and returned to his office in the high school building. A book salesman was waiting to speak with him. He talked with the salesman for approximately one-half hour. Next, the head maintenance man came into his office, and the doctor answered several of the man's questions. They were interrupted by a telephone call from an irate mother, Ivith whom he talked for several minutes. The maintenance man had one more inquiry and then eft. . He had lunch with the Rotary Club members and returned to his office. Before he should be at the principals' meeting, there was time to eliminate some of the never- ending correspondence which accompanied his work. Another telephone call interrupted his lettter writing. It was a request for him to speak at one of the grade school P.T.A. meetings. He made a notation on the calendar on his desk about the speaking engagement and finished the letter with which he was busy. He was called out of the principals' meeting later that afternoon. The interruption was a re- quest to borrow one of the school's route busses to bring a group of military men into town from the airport. He gave his consent and returned to the meeting. The principals had been in the midst of a discussion concerning the budget for the elementary school system. They resumed where they had been before the interruption. . When the principals' meeting terminated, the doctor returned to his office. He talked with a salesman of janitorial supplies, finished some paper work, and turned his auto toward home and the evening meal. After he had eaten supper, he relaxed for a short time. He spoke with his wife concerning their daughter who was a freshman at college. The sun had set as he returned to the school building to attend the meeting of the Board of Education. ...Ni 0-my Q' 'Q K . Dr. Leroy Hood, with his wife, Mrs. Hood, and children, Lee and Carolyn, pause for a few minutes before the fireplace in their home. ?"f .,i , ffxfgisf D 4. ' .elf ds' i s , Q .4-is Dedication . Faculty . . Sophomores Juniors . Seniors . Organizations Music . Athletics School Life . Index . N5 4 1 5 1 f '-.v 1 9 5. w fx . sf' Xb' x r , K. S gi R s an L . ,S L Q 12" K:,'1'Q 'Q Ax 'iw AQ3 . 'ff . k il L , ,, , . fix' X , Q. 514 V f f,.' . gi ,ah Dfw. ,'-dwiir lnbft ff ' 'm?fj . Va F345-'M-91g , . uit. QL 44 - K iixfhiinl' E is -yi. 1 Iii, I ,wmv . as -Y n x I it 'P - N, 4 fr Q31 14, 7 X fx ,Q f WS'-2 in. . N, ., . 'fx M w vm. , , gb . 1'-' 2 H I -. ' 1 x 'I y N- ,Q-V -fn 3 .5-.mi 4 q,xI,. w 1. .,..,,i fu.. ' mf .' 'Quiz nv , .fw M- '11 .' nv fp? 41 V... x I gi M. w M" f Q -f 3 f fi 5 X ii K gs Z SYLVIALPAASCH 5 A . . ,L M-.- . . wg , :YQ E:' .aa ACM B.A., Northwestern College Natchitoches, Louisiana Advanced Study, University of Arkansas, , Fayetteville, Arkansas Englishg Sophomore Class Advisergfep C1416 Adviser 1 I ' i f f I 1 'J , , J 1- -f T' 1, , ,f 4- .rl . f I I , I PAUL BECKETT CAROLYN CASH B.S., Fort Hays State College, I-lays, Kansas World Geography, Amer- ican Historyg Head Basket- ball Coach, Assistant Foot- ball Coachg G-Club Adviser, f If I I. F INEZ BARBEE B.E., University of Alberta Alberta, Canada M,S., Kansas State University Manhattan, Kansas Chemistry, Physics GEORGE BAUER B.S., Pittsburg State College, Pittsburg, Kansas Advanced Study, Pittsburg State College, Pittsburg, Kansas University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansasg University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado Arts and Craftsg Senior I B.S., University of Kansas, B.S.,' M.S., Oklahoma State Lawrence, Kansas University, English, Adviser to the Stillwater, Oklahoma Kayettesg Contest Play. Typing, B u sin e s s Law, Economics, S h orth a ndg Clerical Practice, Junior Class Adviser. DAVE CRAFT CECIL DAVIS A.B., Baker University, Baldwin, Kansas Advanced Study, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas M.A., University of Denver Denver, Colorado Counselor, Social Scienceg Junior Class Adviser VETRA BERINGER A. J. Cl-IOPP B.S., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas M.B.A., University of Denver, Denver, Colorado Bookkeeping, Shorthand, B.S., University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas M,A., Colorado State College, Greeley, Colorado Advanced Study, Fort Hays State College, Hays, Kansas Biology, Football Coach, Wrestling Coach, Golf Coach, G-Club Adviser, Sophomore Class Adviser ALBERT DIMMITT DALE GIBSON B.S., Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas Home Economics, F.H.A. Assistant Adviser, Kay- ettes Assistant Adviser. Kansas M ofKansas Lawrence, Kansas World History, Key Club Adviser, Sophomore Class Adviser, Guidance Com- mittee. 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 Mathe- matics II, Scholarship Committee, Sophomor e Class Adviser. ROS EMARY GOTTSCHALK 4 N " 'fm' Nw' . WAYNE DICKERSON B.S., B.A., University of Denver, Denver, Colorado Graduate Work, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas Dean of Girls, Counselor, Senior Class Adviser, Guidance Committee. B.S., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas A dv an c e d Study, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas English, Junior Class Play, Junior Class Adviser. MARVIN HAMMAN 1961 College, Pittsburg, Kansas Advanced Study, University of Wichita, Wichita, Kansas Industrial Arts, Assistant Football Coach, Intramural Basketball Coach, Track C o a c h, G-Club Adviser, Sophomore Class Adviser. BERNIECE FRY MAX GOLDSBERRY B.S., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas Advanced Study, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas Mechanical Drawing, Ad- vanced Woodworking, Gen- eral Woodwork, Junior Class Adviser. otuli' B.S.. Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas Advanced Study, University of Indiana, Bloomington, Indiana French, Spanish, French Club Adviser, Spanish Club Adviser. CLYDE J. HIEBERT DUDLEY T. I-IOR TON B.S., Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma Government, Current His- tory. HELWIG B.S., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas M.A., Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Iowa Chemistry, Physics. B.S., A.B., University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas M,S,, Pittsburg State College. Pittsburg, Kansas Advanced Study, George Peabody College, Nashville, Tennessee English, Journalism Sugar Beet Adviser, Sophomore Class Adviser, Chairman. KENNETH HENDERSON B.S., Panhandle A. and M., Goodwell, Oklahoma American History, Gov- ernment, Junior Class Ad- viser, Guidance Committee , B.M., B.M.E., Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kansas Advanced Study, Colorado State Teachers College, Greeley, Colorado, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado Robed Choir, Mixed Chorus, Vocal Ensembles. LELAND KENDALL BETH MILLSAP B.S., Fort Hays State College, Hays, Kansas Advanced Study, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas Vo c a t i on al Agriculture, F.F.A, Adviser. RAY HINER, JR. JULIUS l-IULTQUIST R.N., St. Catherine's Hospital, Garden City, Kansas School Nurse. B. S., Fort Hays State College, Hays, Kansas Advanced Study, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas Speech, Debate, Dramat- ics, Debate Society, Senior Class Adviser, Senior Class Play, Forensics. ALMA PROUDFIT R. DEAN NOLTE B.S., Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas Study Hall. B.S.: LL. B., University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma Graduate Work, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, Kansas State Teachers DOUGLAS S. OVER LAND B.S., M.S., Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma Typing, General Business, Bookkeeping, B u s i n e s s Arithmetic. A.B., Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas Advanced Study, Kansas State Teachers College Emporia, Kansas Librarian, Library Meth- 1961 B.S., University of Minnesota, Duluth, Minnesota Orchestra, Honor Sym- phony. DALE O. ROARK College, ods. Emporia, Kansas. French, Spanish. GARETH RUCGLES CLARA SALTER B.S.: A-B-i K-HHSHS Sfafe . Teachers College, ',,',' 1 ' Emporia' Kansas ii.ii i,.i7 L M,A., Columbia ',,i-ii 7 ',,, , University, A 'wif New YOT19 New YOTK ' Q 11 - , f ' 1 B.S., Kansas State Advanced Study, Amfrican . University, Academy, Rome, ta y. t g V Manhattan, Kansas English, Latin, Ad- 1 Z Physical Science, Junior ViSS1'5 Guid-31106 Com' , K ' Class Adviser. mittee, Student Abroad 5355 Committee, Junior Red ttgy V . Cross Adviser, Latin Club ,MI "-" Adviser, Junior Class Ad- viser, Youth Council Ad- riser. BERNADINE SITTS NORMAN STAATS atm i' B.S., University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas Algebra, Physical Science, Geometry, Adviser to the Cheerleaders, Pep Club Adviser, Adviser to the Kayettesg Honors Com- mittee. BETH TEDROW DON THRELKELD 1961 A.B.g M.A., Western State College, Gunnison, Colorado Band, Honor Orchestra, Pep Band. EVELYN VAN VLEET B.S., Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas Advanced Study, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Vocational Homemak- ing, F.H.A. Adviserg Junior Class Adviser. a i KEN WARMAN B.A., Northeastern State College, Tahlequah, Oklahoma Advanced Study, Missouri University, Columbia, Missourig Northeastern State College, Tahlequah, Oklahoma American History, Psy- chology! SociolOgY5 Senior Class Adviser. ELAINE WELLS A.B., Fort Hays State College, Hays, Kansas. Graduate Work, Kansas State Teachers College Emporia, Kansas Advanced A l g e b r a 5 Solid Geometryg Trigonometryg General Mathematics Hg Director of Activitiesg Sen- ior Cla s s Adviser, Guid- ance Committeeg Honors Committee. Faculty members enjoy one of Mr. Saffell's jokes at a regular faculty meeting. M W ' W W My 5 Y 1' vw X 5 ' ,. 1 f 5 . , 3,5 Q IQ' fi Q, , Sk, 'P M ww , u ' . i v ,L Hua ,K ,fx ww 5 Z1 -ffl 'N M 1. XJ ZVMX 3 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS: Bryce Roderick, Presidentg Treasurerg Shere Shaw, Stu d e nt C o u n c i lg Jerry Kenneth Bauer, Vice-Presidentg Roger Stoner, Secretary- Christensen, Student Council. Beginning A Greater Maturity Webster defines a seedling asaplant grown from a seed, perhaps a young tree. Sophomores may be likened to seedlings, because, like seedlings, they are beginning to acouire a greater wisdom and maturityg in essence, it is their period of growth. At the beginning of the year, the sophomores, as seedlings, were unprepared to face the trials of high school life. Throughout the year these immature seedlings have been guided with thought and care so that they would be prepared to face whatever may lie ahead in the coming years. As sophomores, these students look forward to their senior year when they will also be trees of maturity. it 'A -Q f Y , fvrvffx' MICHAEL ANSTAETT X tx' , F H SHIRLEY BATES CHE RYL BENTLEY 4--9 PAULINE BLOCK Y E Y ' .: - J s '-fx ,gw X A-K CLENDENE BROWN OFBOWGOYCS VERNA RMANTROUT f?555'15vLfT.. , 1. ,Y ' ' W- ,,-v,A: - 1- 2vfj.7g,1r.,.:f,A Ag ,M - 51223 ffl ' M2 Sk ,iegrvw--Q. 3 -K Y J if 'V' Lg 5 5' - L :L ' x KENNET BAUER H. .W ' - j 5 as 'rf 5? fn x JERRY BIEKER Y, W if 'E - - ' . 1 GILBERT BOWYER JOWILLA ARWINE me A " ' if W GARY BEACH SUE B1 A JACQUELINE BROWN ROGER BRUNSON CARLA ASHBURN '35 GERALDINE BELTRAN 1961 s 5 ,,f 6 A-2 '33, Yr A DEAN BALL ,ff PAUL BELTRAN . 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ROGER STONER JAMES UNGER LINDA WHITLOCK PATRICIA WILLIAMS SANDRA WINCE NOT PICTURED: ANN ANGELES, RUDY BRIBIESCA, KENNETH DREILING, BILL GERE, NICK GUERRERO, DON HAYWARD, EVA MCATEE, TONY MENDOZA, ROGER NEVINS. .J ff' if I.-3 f 23 f Sophomores kept busy with their studies. . '5 W 4 . at 4. of Sophomores learned how to apply the correct usuage of words. Students did their jobs well in biology. Mrs. Beringer taught the skills of arts and crafts I Tackling subjects such as Latin I proved to be Sophomores learned the correct pronunciation of challenging. words. Girls learned the essentials of homemaking The Vocational Agriculture boys learned by doing w 'ina' HJR .mw- dl? -..... 0 ,us iq... 46' -fn gfawga L 4' A T" f' ','1 M 5 .,. W. N I Q wi, ff. , ' xx LN, .SV 1 ' A . I' Q , A7 ,, I 'J -5 5 I ., N W-.,, ., , s fha - ,.K, M , . ., f-, 1: 5' f. Y ,F 1 me Q'-9. hi ,J J aka- ' ,, ' 2, aff , 'Y ,?if,.,5 A -ff , rfgsiw if ,ggi Q 47 K X, X 1 , x , "' 1' 'lm' L., aff? Y . :life -,Fw 5551 . 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A 4 I 1 1 4 T , , It if. gf 15 'K , . ,X ' v 115191 f- . fp R . -Q ' nw Ui, "-5" Wu- A 2:4 3' iff. , . a ,k I v ,, , ,r ,S pw N P .p 4. 1 1 1 1 ' J-.mfmn 3' .32 i ,, .A 'a .4 -1 , , 1.. 4 'NAM A ,ij JUNIOR OFFICERS: DanielFankhauser,Presidentg Leora Darlene Bauer, Treasurerg Patty Sughrue, Student Martin, Vice-Presidentg Pamela Marshall, Secretaryg Councilg Dean Wolfe, Student Council. Advancing in a Greater Maturity The juniors have reached the climax of another year. This year, they have been required to make more difficult decisions which will have an important bearing on the road ahead. These juniors may be likened to a not yet mature tree growing on the hillside. They have not reached full maturity as high school students. They have not yet experienced many of the trials and the difficulties which they must meet if they are to gain this maturity. The juniors look forward with enthusiasm to their senior year during which time they will have an opportunity to become more responsible, more trustworthy adults. Some may fail because they are unable to endure a storm. The decisions which the juniors make are up to them. May each one reach his goal. uniofs Aa W Ak 1 2 ,W fi Am ,Ln, 5 Ti mv! s 2 E X JOHNNY ACOSTA JACK ALEXANDER ROY ANDERSON JOSEPH KENNETH ARMSTRONG 15, ,, a N Y ' . i LUCY AVILA JO ANN BAKER DARLENE BAUER RAMONA BAYER GERALD BELKNAP 3 A sf EE PAT BERGKAMP DONATTI BERTRAM ROBERT BLACKWOOD DEAN ANGELES ORVILLA ATKINSOIX RONALD BAKER . 1 5 HENRY BENTRUP 1961 RICHARD ARNOLD 1 S , x HENRY AVXLA JEAN BALLINGER MA RY BERGKAMP DORENE BLAND LOUISE BODAM uniovs BECCY BROOKS ALFREDA BRUNGARDT x A 3 'V uv' . .., JANICE CLEAVER WAYNE COLLINS BECKY CROOK DOUGLAS CROTTY JACK CURTIS MARY DALE A35 f-f7 - 5 - Qi" fi. ., V355 , Q A CARY BRUNGARDT 16534. 5 ' ' - A 'M . Q I E " J , .. 'sq Vizffgif 7 W if W f . V : N' , 11.-gf , .:, A 52295 1ff,:','f . .H 3 5 . 'ENE 7 112 ' 'FTf'EI?53f , ff JOHN COURTNEY CRISTOBAL CRUZ DAVID DAVIS iQ?iwQ3I ,WfSaQ .,., 3,6 ,W I in V I If T2 W JAMES BUNNEY ARTHUR CARR CAROLE COWAN GARY CRAWFORD HENRY CRUZ ez 1:1 "K N 'UH' KAREN DAVIS I SSVII , 317 , I U i' - ,.-' 7? f3Qg?IW'MH- 'QETE Sn1HVQQi'zf af V'+ WANDA DAVIS KENNETH DECHANT JIM DOUGHERTY MAJORIE DUNN HARRY EBAUGH I T "' 1 1 E, I ' ' -Q is ' ri ll 1 196 A ,,'1 " : is , I , 1 I H . - ix , 1? W 23 ,jx 54 Q 4 . SONDRA EISENBISE LINDA ELL-INGTON JOHN ESCALADA JOEL ESTRADA DANIEL EANKHAUSER L. 17 1- t N,,.,l-V l A V. DOUGLAS EANSLER DAVID FINKE RHEA FOSTER EDNA ERIESEN JOHN GARCIA MANUEL GARCIA MARCELLA GARCIA LINDA GARTON H -. . 5. N, fu M S if sl. A 9, Q I fl , if I, , I KATHY GEIER TERRY GIGOT DARWIN GRAY JOHN GREEN NANCY GRIMSLEY QL N' 3 S Q in 'X EUGENE GROSS TERRY I-IANDY JOHN HANSON RONALD HARMAN LARRY HARRISON vmiors A T DIXIE HAYS JUDITH HENRY KAY JACOBS LARRY JEFFERSON MARILYN JENNINCS .Q DELORES HERMOCILLO JEROME HORNING 'E' I I 'MI if X, HARVEY JOHNSON JOHN HOWARD MIKE JOHNSON I WALTER JOHNSON LANNY JONES JAMES KEIM PATRICK KELLER 1 V :,, ' I . .V 1 ANNE KENDALL CURTIS KINNEY DELORES KLEYSTEUBER CLARK LEE -JJI -'.I- I T' .. I A -' M ' f A ' k'1,f sif'f::'h "I-- i1igs?g3fzi35fiQ?ss , ' IIIS MARGARET LILE CRETCHEN LOCKWOOD HAROLD MAI CHERYL MARSALIS 30 DANA LEONA RD Q, PAMELA MARSHALL RICHARD MASONER v RUTH MESA QS Bi MILDRED MOODY JANICE NUSSER RAMONA OHMES I LALA SAM PALEN GARY PALMER LEORA MARTIN JOHN MESCHKE :W A .IOHNNIE MORGAN DORIS OLIVER MARY PARK I FE if :lig E555 wigs, Q 1, .. : g .. Lrfxgiw . I .. ' '- 5. I ' 'ffiffyiff ' - "Q: ff if - ' 2 -'fxeifggjigfg LAVERNE MCLINN CHARLOTTE MILLER WILBER MOTLEY ANITA OROZCO JACK PENNY 1961 CHERYL MEEKER PETE MITSCHLER .. if ,Tw GARY MUELLER TONY OROZCO . -mr 11 in XQS' FRANK PETE FISH 31 uniofs 5 I AA SI A',: M ,.',A Q , L DENNIS PETRUS EDWIN REED I x TRINIDAD ROCHA 'W i ' Sp f? 'wif' as fa? if SQQIL ii fY I ,- , Iwi..- -: ,.:-vfssazt. ' -' Q 8232235 -5 2.-:5w:sf5' . reg, ., , 'H :sv-Sass AH- fs 5 1 fm. -,I1QQE,i:9-sz-Sxivii, ,xy , . .M svsm-W.. mfs griiwffig I f,5gf,z-.mifg V PAUL SCHNEIDER 555 LIII E35 33 ',:, 5 ' V' R f b ? 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U f 'N is , N P Yi :yy 1 I m , I !,5'w --,4 Y A yr. 4 'J ll I SUZANNE THIESSEN RICHARD TURNER SARA SMITH NANCY STERLING gn we f ,J if 'f L I -If M' we 'P ii -I PHYLLIS STRICKE R JOE TORRES ,E 2 LARRY ULRICH T 196 I SHIRLEY SMITH CAROLE SNYDER PEGGY SPIKES g , N ' I I RICHARD STONER LARRY STRAUSS WALTER STURGEON .ww D-I... ,..v, I 7, ui' -,vm Q E' F, hx S gs E, yu ? L ik si PATTY SUGHRUE GALE SULLIVAN INEZ TAYLOR Af , ,I 1 ii' CAROL TOWNS 0.2 0 MELVIN TRICE LARRY UNDERWOOD VICTORIA VALENZUELA KAREN WALSH uuiofs 96 LARRY WARD ROBERT WERNER I RRRR R R BRUCE WARNER I Sm,,b I l mm 1. 31 X' I JAMES WHEATLEY K ,AI , Lu , -A I A ' I I ffff DOUGLAS WEBER LOUISE WELDON WANDA WELLS 3. I Z fy WILLIAM WHEELER SUZANN WHITE , ...g 'Mn .. E, V' me 'sv I EEIf ' 'A1 iilil naw, : -1 4 I RM 14. , 75? Q 2 yawn M :A 3 K-2 I' 'W' A I 55235 I Ei' If Q2 4 COLEEN WHITEHURST JUDY WIDOWS BETH WILSON DONALD WILSON If BQ' CLAUDEY WITMAN DEAN WOLFE MARILYN WRIGHT ROBERT YORK DIANA ZIRKEL RUTH ANN GIBSON NOT PICTURED: VERLIN GOSS, MARCELLA I-IEILI, MICKAEL LUDWIG, LANNY PAULEY, PHILLIP PORTER., I , I . IA .AI ,K W' 'nr?"fv-1 ' ,, ,I 1. vt ,H . 'Al V255 f AV: W, ,V 3. fy. n , , 0 54, Q A lff A-Him , J w,k?'5.w ' 2 , Q A-a""'f' '1- f. , 'FQ 1 Q. 2 Q ii Q if fi' Q Q 'A E 3 Q W., . fl? Q -1-1' 5 i 0 fd? D 'i9,?'Ef.?' if Wh. ,WX SENIOR OFFICERS: PhilDick, PresidentgSandra Barnett, Connors, Treasurerg Patty Leopold, Student Council, Vice-Presidentg Sydnie Bowling. Secretaryg Janet Richard Wallace, Student Council. Nearing a Greater Maturity The seniors have reached the long-awaited goal of their high school career---their final year. As the stalwart tree on the top of the mountain has weathered all of nature's ways, so the seniors have weathered all of the storms and the calms of high school life. They have grown steadfast as their roots have penetrated deep into the fertile soil of learning, and they have benefited as they partook of the wisdom which has been accumulated through the ages. Theirs is the opportunity to gain even more wisdom as their interests widen to take in new fields ofknowledge. Each personis endowed with a fundamental knowledge which is his to nurture and guide to the best of his ability throughout his life. eniovs Gln? VY! .IOETTA ACKLEY JERRY ANDERSON JAMES ARWINE GEORGE AUSTIN 1961 'Nui' JIU. ANDERSON CIQCILIA 1-XVII-.-X ROBERT AVILA JANNET HALLINCER BONNIE BARKER cniovs SANDRA HARNETT 'R IiI.4,7BIi RAN 11 If gb 1 1 PAULETTA BIRD CHARLES BARTON JANET BIICKIQR EVELYN BETTS C. L. BIRD , A ., I KAREN JEAN BUTT SYDNIE BOWLING 1961 CAROLINE IZOWYER EARL BRADY TERRY BRECIIEISEN JOAN BRINKMEYER JANE BROOKOVER JOHN BROWN MARILYN CALDWELL CQIIAROLETTIQ CAMIERON PAUL CAMERON euiovs PAULA A L13 E RS CAM B RON YONDOLAN CLAUSEN JANET CONNORS THELDA CARROLL CAROL CHALMERS GLENDA CLEVELAND KAREN COEN BOBBY CORN JAMES COWGILL E M THD CRIST MARSIIA CROTINCER 1 , ,WX LARRY DANIEL f X' I SBK LEONA DATER GARY DEIBERT LINDA DH REMUS M H' sw wpwg PHII D CK SHAROI YN DOUISRAVA Nlll DRLD DOUGLASS ggzzgg51kg-,1:f-szg- ' V55Qffl?1ff7f12.' - ., : .fi A' .. . haf: ' N-5" f if A - f -, 5252-ii. 'sd . HQ. 'Y -F . ,E VIA T - .T vi A , - V -7 S A"' 1, , :fx-M5 I-,254 - 'H Egffif-'iii f f 1: K 3 J, , . ' - Hsiiizifgi , ., 721453 15.1 '- 3- f . -' xr qiffi.-'5'1"'5,-'-I s. 'S . 53:1 fu' gigff f -V - fl -li-554 . gi? 93 :TL i chiovs ROSE DREILING PATRICIA DUNHAM DARLENE DUVALL FLETA DYER SHARON DAWN EDWARDS SHARON ETLINC BRAD FARR JANICE FIFH ROBERT FINIAEY 196 '?Q"'x I STEVE FLOYD HELEN FOWLER CHERYL ERIZZELL CJ N 'I+-4'-5.13" DIXIE EROCGATTE SHIRLEY GAEDE JOSEPH GARNER JANET GARVERT KENNETH GIBSON DWAYNE GILLAM eniavs DWIGHT COSS EDNA GQFF JANICE GRADY LEE GREATHOUSE ROBERT GUILLEN JUDITH HAMMAN CAROL HAZLETT CHARLES HACKER EDWARD HEBRLEE 1961 REQ? MARILYN HERING J. C. HERRliI,-L FRANK HEZMALL KENT HIGCS JANICH IHNKLE PHYLLIS ANN HOLLOWAY .HM HOOPIIR BOB HOPKINS MARCELO E. HUERCO euiovs GF ljUC1liNl'f HUlfI-' VERLYN HUMMER WILMA HUNT KIQNNIi'l'H JACOBS JAN JOHNSON VIRGINIA SUD JOHNSON ' s ROI3IiR'l' JONES ROBERT JOY DALTQ KENDALI, 1961 H fi. SUSAN KIDWELL D1jNNIS-KLEYSTEUBER BARBARA KNIGHT 55? igi E - if - A Q , fx hw-I SHARON KOKSAL DUANE KOSTER EDWARD KRAUS JERRY KRlfI3S SHARON KREUTZER DON RAY LA CESSI eniovs LEON LARGENT GAIL LEE MARY KAY LEEORT PATTY LEOPOLD SANDRA MA HU RON KENNETH LIERLE BARBARA LUDWIC DARRELL MANGAN VERNON MCCART 1961 WILLIAM MCMILLAN BUDDY MEAD JOYCE MEIER f . VICKI MERCER GLORIA MESA MARY MESA IEILLIE MICKEY JUDITH MOLER LEONARD MOODY eniovs JIMMY MUNOZ CI-IERYL NANNINGA MARTIN NUSSER JIMMY OEDINC PAUL OHMES ALBERTA OLIVER TONY ORNELAS GLORIA OSTERBUHR HAROLD PARTIN ELAINE PEITZ PAUL PEEIEER 191 DON PENNY SHERIAN PETERS ROSELEE PICKETT DIANE PILAND MICKEY PROBERTS ROBERT R.-XYNESEORD SUSAN REEVES ehiovs NANCY RENFRO TERRY RHODES ARMANDO ROCHA DOUGLAS SAGE VAN SALYER TERESA SAMBRANO NORBERT SANDERS JERRY SCI-IREIBVOGEL MARK SCOTT WINSTON SCOTT ALICE SHEA CHARLES SMITH CQNNIE SMITH 196 JIM SIMMONS STERLING SMITH YVONNE SMITH DIANNA SNELL MELVYN SPERRY chiovs VERLA SPILMAN EUGENE SPOR VIVIAN SPRINGER LEE SROUFE SAUNDRA STEELE SHERRY STONE LEONARD STOPPEL DONALD STRONG JQAN STUCKER 1961 Wg KATIILEEN SUGHRUE MARGARET SUCIIRUIL JOHNNIE SULLIVAN .IUDITH SWARTLEY KENNETH THOMAS WILLIAM TOLBERT """',? DONALD TOWNS DONNA TOWNS ROBERTA UNDERWOOD cniovs SUSAN VANCE VICKI JO VINCKIER KAY VON SCHRILTZ MARY WAGNER RUTH WACNER RICHARD WALLACE MARY ANN WALTZ VYRL WARREN LARRY WASSON 1961 JAMES P. WEBB JAMES WEBBER JAMES WELLS RONALD WELLS RONALD WHITEHURST PHILIP WIEBE BUDDY WILLIAMS SHIRLEY WOLEF VICTOR WOODARD chiovs n 1961 WT 5 it-1 EUGENE WRIGHT NOT PICTURED: Beverly Brun- gardt, Jonas Castleberry, Jack , , , , , Jacobs, Sam Kemper, JDD' Russell, Mr. Hmer 1n one of h1s ser1ous moods lectures on the Amer1can Dennis Wing. Revolution. I told you not to use that Brand X motor oil! EGHY, meeny, miny, moe. Which way shall I sew? WA SF? ff Q L i,i'wxDmFf ww A w,43MWv.- ,J 42W 9, ,f mm, -A We 5, If x R fs.. fi' .al X FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Yondolan Clausen, Janet Connors, Karen Coen, Alice Shea, Roselee Pickett, Phyllis Holloway, Darlene Duvall, Marilyn Hering, Nancy Renfro, Marsha Crotinger, Bonnie Barker. SECOND ROW: Glenda Cleveland, Patricia Dunham, Judy Hamman, Janice Hinkle, Sharon Etling, Dianna Snell, Sandra Barnett, Sandra Mahuron, Leona Dater, Patricia Leopold, Margaret Sughrue, Judy Swartley. THIRD ROW: Lee Sroufe, Linda De Remus, Shirley Qi!- FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Ramona Bayer, Secretary, Yondolan Clausen, President, Beth Wilson, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Sughrue, Recreation, Janice Hinkle, Devotions, Sydnie Bowling, Program, Sandra Barnett, Par- liamentarian, Johnnie Morgan, Publicity. THIRD ROW: Susan Vance, Finance, Donna Selover, Pianist, Becky Mayo, World Service, Becky Rogers, Point Chairman, Leora Martin, Song Leader, Linda Garton, School Service. BACK ROW: Carolyn' Cash, Adviser, Beth Tedrow, Adviser, Rosemary Gottschalk, Adviser. 1 Wolff, Marilyn Caldwell, Kay Von Schriltz, Vicki Vinckier, Jan Johnson, Sherian Peters, Janice Fife,Mildred Douglass, Vicki Mercer, Mary Kay Lefort, Kathleen Sughrue, Diane Piland. BACK ROW: Sherry Stone, Jannet Ballinger, Fleta Dyer, Saundra Steele, Caroline Bowyer, Barbara Ludwig, Cheryl Nanninga, Susan Kidwell, Susan Vance, Sydnie Bowling, Sharon Koksal, Sharolyn Douhrava, Jill Anderson, Gloria Osterbuhr, Janet Garvert, Charolette Cambron. Kayettes One of the organizations for girls in Garden City High School is Kayettes, This group does much for the school and for the community as they carry out their numerous projects. The Kayettes took Thanksgiving baskets to the needy and sent contributions to CARE. By taking time to have a party for underprivileged children at Christmas, the Kayettes again gave of themselves. The group entertained the District Kay Kayette Conference in October, at which time Sydnie Bowling, Garden City, President of the district organization, presided. Aa has aa, f . 'J .+. , EH FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Cheryl Marsalis, SuzAnn White, Mary Regan, Beth Wilson, Janice Cleaver, Peggy Smith, Delores Kleysteuber, Carole Snyder, Marjorie Dunn. SECOND. ROW: Rita Pickett, Karen Walsh, Sara Smith, Nancy Sterling, Linda Ellington, Johnnie Morgan, Patty Sughrue, Jo Ann Baker, Jean Ballinger, Suzanne Thiessen, Phyllis Strickert, Mildred Moody, THIRD ROW: Sondra Eisenbise, Sandra Sims, Coleen Whitehurst, Charlotte Miller, Becky Crook, Carol Towns, Vicki Schroeder, Pamela Marshall, Cheryl Meeker, Darlene Bauer, Victoria Valenzuela, Judy Widows. BACK ROW: Ellen Schoor, Margaret Lile, Elizabeth Salter, Diana Lirkel, Louise Weldon, Beccy Brooks, Carole Cowan, Patricia Bergkamp, Mary Bergkamp, Mary Dale, Linda Garton, Janice Nusser, Leora Martin, Ramona Bayer. Heart - Sister week proves to be fun. Are Active Kayette members helped to provide fellowship among the girls throughout the school year. The caroling party was one of the best examples of this, for the girls caroled for shut-ins. This was most rewarding, since these were the people who are often neglected. ln the spring there was a tea for senior girls, and a previous event was the Mother-Daughter Banquet. One of the later events was sponsoring the Easter assembly. The Kayette girls and several children have an enjoyable party. State Kayette Director, Wanda May Vinson, presents 3 000 point award to President Yondolan Clausen. Sydnie Bowling program chairman, and Carolyn Cash, adviser, look on it lah' FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Jane Hamman, Blenda Proberts, Carolyn Birkholz, Carlyne Ward, Sandra Neely, Sheryl Etling, Linda Krebs, Mary Kay Crotinger, Jeanne Philips, Susan Leonard, Sharon Kells, Pauline Block, Cheryl Brecheisen. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Bentley, Alice Rupp, Verna Armantrout, Linda Russell, Joyce Thompson, Ann Proudfit, Cheryl Owens, Robin Sroufe, Shere Shaw, Connie Overton, Wynn McAfee, Becky Rogers, Becky Mayo, Nancy Pierce, Kathy Smith, Frankie Connors, Rita Renfro. BACK ROW: Corrine Lenz, Carol Grady, Connie Siemsen, Sharon Simmons, Donna Selover, Sharon Manley, Beth Sims, Edith Montney, Mary Higgins, Nancy Townsend, Karen Simmons, Judy Oeding, Janis King, Donna Stillwell, Sue Deaver,Nancy Garner. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Don Penny, President: James Webb, Vice- Presidentg Richard Masoner, Secretary, Daniel Fankhauser, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Dean Wolfe, Junior Director: Sam Garbo, Sophomore Di- rector, Buddy Williams, Student Council. Key Club The Key Club, an organization sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club, is a group of boys interested in service to the school and community. The members began their work by helping the Kiwanians in selling peanuts. Again, in October, the Key Club's Officers' Training Conference was the responsibility of the local group. Another project of the year was the preparation of a Thanksgiving basket of food for a needy family. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Jerome Horning, Robert Werner, Walter Johnson, Marcelo H uergo, Daniel Fankhauser, Dean Wolfe, William Tolbert,Norbert Sanders, Albert Dimmitt, Adviser. SECOND ROW: Don Penny,Martin Paasch, Curtis Kinney, James Bunney, Frank Hezmall, James Arwine, John Meschke, David Davis, Tom Dale,Jack Alexander. THIRD ROW: Robert Raynesford, Robert Jones, Robert Schrader, Douglas Crotty, Rhea Foster, Edward Kraus, Edwin Reed, Ronald Huxtable, Larry Ratzlaff, Barry Brown, Sam Garbo, Richard Stoner. BACK ROW: John Roper, James Wheatley, Douglas Fansler, Richard Masoner, James Webb, Jack Curtis, Ronald Baker, Patrick Keller, Richard Simpson, James Dougherty, Buddy Williams, Lee Creathouse. Key Club delegates register at the annual conference in October. Kev Club Sponsored A Facultv-Student Game. Mr. Roark grabs a rebound. Teachers take a breather Buffal Staff Members Plan New Book Creating a new and different yearbook is like pruning a tree. One starts with very littleg then, through continuous hard work, patience, ,and time, one finds that the endeavor begins to grow into something impressive and overwhelming. ' ' ntirely different type of yearbook, the staff of 1960-1961 took it upon themselves to accomplish this, and the one hundred fifteen members have worked many hours in trying to reach this goal. Will Staff members discuss plans with Mr. Washam, yearbook representative. aff FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Delores Kleysteuber, SuzAnn White, Anna Marie Valenzuela, Leona Dater, Patricia Bergkamp, Donna Stillwell, Judy Oeding, Judy Swartley, Sandra Mahuron, Lou Yeadon, Pauline Block, Douglas Birkle. SECOND ROW: Beth Wilson, Sherian Peters, Joan Stucker, Ann Proudfit, Diane Piland, Mary Bergkamp, il Mary Higgins, Marietta Largent, Margaret Lile, Mary Dale, Becky Miller, Connie Overton, Sandra Barnett. BACK ROW: C. L. Hett, James Dougherty, John Roper, Robert Hunt, Jack Curtis, Ronald I-luxtable, Barry Brown, Robert Blackwood, Robert Werner, Douglas Weber. QW 3 'R 5 t 't gigs -'-: if '52 A Staff members spend many hours in planning the Buffalo. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Patricia Dunham, Jane Hamman, Sara Smith, Sharon Kells, lfrankie Connors, Jeanne Philips, Rita Renfro, Sheryl litling, Judy Mathews, Cheryl Brecheisen, Karen Elliott. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Sughrue, Patricia Leopold, Glenda Cleveland, Shere' Shaw, Sharon Manley, Sue Deaver, Sherry Stone, Joan Brinkmeyer,Donna Selover, Nancy Townsend, ljlizabeth Salter, Sondra Iiisenbise. BACK ROW: Roger Stoner, Larry Ratzlaff, Richard Turner, I,arry Ward, Joe Bill Corn, Douglas Fansler, Bill Collier, Douglas Friesen, Sam Garbo, Scott Davis, Norbert Sanders, Tom Dale, Duane Marine, Kenneth Bauer. A "modern" style show! 1 Margaret Sughrue, Sandra Barnett, Patty Leopold, Marilyn Caldwell, Judy Hamman earned their State F.H.A. Degrees. Patty Leopold served at State President of the E.H.A. during the 1960-1961 school year. Pam Marshall, State Song Leader, 1961-1962 Cheryl Brecheisen, District Vice-President, 1961 1962. Future "We are the builders of homes, homes for America's future, homes where truth, love, security, and faith will be realities, not dreams." The Future I-lomemakers of America have as their goal the bet- terment of the lives of their families and friends. The many activities in which the girls engage is only one of the ways in which they prepare for their role as future builders of homes. ERONT ROW: Left to Right, Evelyn Van Vleet, Adviser, Gloria Mesa, Nancy Renfro, Alberta Oliver, VivianSpringer, Marsha Crotinger, Phyllis Holloway, Marilyn Hering, Mary Ann Waltz, Kathleen Sughrue, Susan Reeves, Yondolan Clausen, Patty Leopold, Rosemary Cottschalk, Adviser. SECOND ROW: Margaret Sughrue, Pauletta Bird, Mary Kay Lefort, Joan Stucker, Sharon Edwards, Sharon Etling, Janice Grady, Karen Bott, Sandra Barnett, Judy Swartley, Jane Brookover, Janice Fife, Sherian Peters. BACK ROW: Marilyn Caldwell, Yvonne Smith, Linda DeRemus, Judy I-lamman, Saundra Steele, Sherry Stone, Joan Brinkmeyer, Susan Kidwell, Sydnie Bowling, Caroline Bowyer, Jannet Ballinger, Elaine Peitz, Sharon Kreutzer, Barbara Ludwig, Jan Johnson, Cheryl Nanninga. FRONT ROW' Left ro Right Coleen Whitehurst Ramona Towns, Johnnie Morgan, Becky Crook, Ramona Bayer, Ohmes, Sara Smith, Mildred Moody, Doris Oliver, Cheryl Meeker, Kathy Geier. BACK ROW: Wanda Wells, Donatti Bertram, Wanda Davis, Louise Bodam, Orvilla Shirley Smith, Elizabeth Salter, BGCCY B1'0OkS, Ellen Atkinson, Suzanne Thiessen, Delores Kleysteuber,Janice SChOOr, Dixie Hays, Marilyn Jennings, Janice NLISSGI, Cleaver, SECOND ROW: Trinidad Rocha, JO Ann Egaker, Pam Marshall, Vicki Schroeder, Patty Sughrue, Carole Marcella Garcia. Peggy Spikes. Edna Friesen, Carol COWHH, Mary Dale. Homemakers Patty Leopold was honored by being elected president of the State F.H.A. She presided at the state meeting in Topeka in March. The Garden City Chapter was again honored by being selected as an honor chapter, this award was presented at the meeting in March. Among the highlights of this year's activities were the hayrack ride, the mock style show, andthe Parent-Daughter Banquet. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Evelyn Van Vleet, Adviser, Marilyn Caldwell, Janice Cleaver, Blenda Proberts, Patty Leopold, Margaret Sughrue, President. SECOND ROW: Rosemary Gottschalk, Adviser: Pam Marshall, Judy Hamman, Delores Kleysteuber. Third ROW: Connie Overton, Carol Towns, Sharon Etling. BACK ROW: Patty Sughrue, Joan Brinkmeyer, Ramona Bayer, Sandra Barnett. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Karen Elliott, Judy Mathews, Carol Pfeifer, Sandra Neely, Carol Litzenberger, Margo Guillen, Betty Billings. Sandra Wince, Jane Hamman, Glendene Brown, Jeanne Philips, Anna Marie Valenzuela, Blenda Proherts. Pauline Block, Susan Leonard. Cheryl Breeheisen, Frankie Connors. SECOND ROW: Sharon Manley, Jowilla Arwine. Sandra Whaley, Linda Krebs, La Donna Mai, Ann Proudfit, Cheryl Owen, Lou Yeadon, Rozell Morgan, Linda Russell, Linda Whitlock, Carla Ashburn, Joyce Thompson, Corrine Lenz, Judy Owens, Sue Bradford, Judy Oeding, Becky Mayo, Kathy Smith, Sharon Kells. BACK ROW: Beth Sims, Rosemary Carr, Merna Coodrick, Eileen Heine, Verna Armantrout, Carol Grady, Connie Overton, Wynn McAfee, Shere Shaw, Shirley Bates, Vicki Roberts, Edith Montney, Brenda Phillips, Marietta Largent, Mary Higgins, Shirley Goff, Evelyn Renick, Nancy Pierce, Rita Renfro, Donna Stillwell, Janis King, Nancy Garner, Sue Deaver. mpg "bf-fv.,,e-61' ' jj" Smell? .ihufe f Y it .M ,W - V W, I ' k "gm ., -' R W Pin him, Butch! Robert sees it coming. Officers of the F.F.A. FIRST ROW: Left to Right, Dennis Kleysteuber, Presidentg Bill McMillan, Parliamentariang Robert Finley, Sentinelg Harold Mai, Treasurerg Kenneth Henderson, Adviser. BACK ROW: Robert Blackwood, Reporterg Paul Pfeifer, Secretaryg Terry Gigot, Vice-Presidentg Lee Greathouse, Student Council Representative. 68 FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Dennis Kleysteuber, Bill Harold Wilken, Duane Koster, Dean Ball, .lim McGraw, McMillan, Robert Blackwood, Paul Pfeifer, Terry Cigot, Donald Lile. BACK ROW: Roy Anderson, Randy Seay, Cary Lee Greathouse, Harold Mai, Robert Finley. SECOND ROW: Creathouse, Douglas McClure, Doyle McCraw,Mike Foster, Bruce Warner, James Oeding, Roger Friesen, Larry Wilken, LaVern McLinn, C. L. Bird. F.F.A. Organized For Many ears The F.F.A., organized in 1923, is devoted to the task of developing competent agriculture leadership among the American farm youth. The F.F.A. sponsors and promotes many activities which encourage leadership, scholarship, community service, thrift, co-operative activi- ties, farming knowledge, and mechanical ability. Activities of the F.F.A. boys have been Fun Nights, Parents' Banquet, Dads' Night, and the annual Safety Assembly. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Ellis Hahn, Larry Scott, Larry ROW: Terry Clark, Myrian lVlcLinn, Douglas Drussel, Goff, Timothy Pickett, LeRoy Cooley, Keith Higgs, James Kenneth Wasinger, Harry Lightner, Douglas McGraw, Robert Crotinger. SECOND ROW: Larry Ulrich, Kent Higgs, Larry York. York, David Lightner, Ricky Hands, Terry Stoppel. BACK ff? i SENIORS, Left to Right: Leona Dater, Pauletta Bird, Robert Hopkins, Frank Hezmall, Vicki Mercer, Susan Vance. ADVANCED DEBATERS, Left to Right: Dean Wolte, Vicki Mercer, Frank Hezmall, Robert Hopkins, Robert Blackwood, Susan Vance, Robert Schrader, Robert Werner, Henry Bentrup, Leona Dater, Larry Ward, Sondra Eisenbise. "Resolved: that the United Nations hould Be Significantly irengihenedl' This proposition echoed through the halls of C.C.H.S. as debaters, novice and advanced, practiced for the many tournaments in which they participated during the school year. Participating in one of the state's finest debate tournaments, Carden City debaters brought recognition to themselves and to the school as they added many new trophies to the school's trophy case during the course of the debate season. NOVICE DEBATERS, Left to Right: Becky Miller, Connie Congdon, Larry Meeker, Cheryl Bentley, Douglas Friesen, Janice Nusser, David Heinemann, Linda Russell, Douglas Crotty, Carlyne Ward, Douglas Dew, Pauline Block, Pauletta Bird n.- Q9 LEFT TO RICHT: Leona Dater, Larry Ward, Robert Werner, Susan Vance, Dean Wolfe, Vicki Mercer, Robert Hopkins. Trophy Winners Vicki Mercer, Larry Ward: First, M6366 First, Oberlin: Third, Hutchinson. Larry Meeker, Becky Miller: First, Meade. Larry Meeker, Cheryl Bentley: Third, Cimarron. Robert Hopkins, Leona Dater: Second Russell. Robert Werner, Robert Hopkins, Larry Ward, Vicki Mercer: Second, Emporia. Pauletta Bird, Sondra Eisenbise, Larry Meeker, Cheryl Bentley: First, Norton. Dean Wolfe, Robert Werner: First, Dodge Cit . Sus3an Vance, Robert Werner, Larry Ward, Vicki Mercer: First, Ellinwoodg Second, District, First, State, Class AA. ggi, qv-Y' LEFT TO RIGHT: Becky Miller, Cheryl Bentley, Larry Meeker, Sondra Eisenbise, Pauletta Bird, -a FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Pam Marshall, Publicityg Beth Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer, Pat Bergkamp, President, Nancy Renfro, Music. BACK ROW: Kathleen Sughrue, President, Mary Bergkamp, School Service Chairmang Sydnie Bowling, Publicity, Sharolyn Doubrava, Program Chairmang Susan Kidwell, Recreation. Pep Club, Builder OF Spirit The purpose of the Pep Club is to create school spirit and to back the teams. The members of the Pep Club have fulfilled their responsibilities well this year. By their various skits, "send off,"and pep assemblies, they have improved the quality of school spirit. Pom-Pon Corps Is New Group The newly formed Pom-Pon Corps was a Welcome addition to the varisty basketball games during the school year. These girls, elected from the ranks of the Pep Club, planned routines using pom-pons in the school colors. They set these to music and pre- sented them at half-time at the varsity games. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Sherian Peters, Pam Marshall, Susan Kidwell, Janis King, Charlotte Miller, Sue Deaver Vicki Vinckier, Drill Leaderg Becky Mayo, Ann Mesa. Alternate. BACK ROW: Mary Bergkampg Alternateg Patty Leopold, 5 u.1u:n.f. 1 PXAAV FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Phyllis Holloway, Lou Yeadon, Nancy Renfro, Doreen Bland, Patricia Bcrgkamp, Kathy Smith, Judy Owens, Blenda Prohcrts, Marilyn Hering, Frankie Connors, Susan Leonard, SECOND ROW: Nancy Townsend, Judy Widows, Carole Snyder, Gloria Mesa, Jeanne Philips, Sharon Simmons, Rita Renfro, Judy Oeding, Donna Selover, Nancy Garner, Mary Kay Crotinger. BACK ROW: Connie Overton, Wynn McAfee, Sharolyn Doubrava, Karen Simmons, Becky Miller, Louise Weldon, Mary Higgins, Becky Brooks, Sue Deaver, Janis King, CharolcttcCamhron, Becky Mayo. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Rita Pickett,Marsha Crotinger, Charlotte Miller, Darlene Duvall, Delores Kleysteuber, Patty Leopold, Mary Mesa, Sherian Peters. SECOND ROW: Corrine Lenz, Janice Nusser, Kathy Ceier, Kathleen Sughrue, Sandra Barnett, Margaret Sughrue, Leona Dater, Beth -nd Wilson, Pam Marshall, Janice Fife. BACK ROW: Mary Bergkamp, Janice Hinkle, Ramona Bayer, Mary Dale, Susan Kidwell, Cheryl Nanninga, Patty Sughrue, Vicki Schroeder, Judy Swartley, Jane Brookover, Vicki Vinckier. Bountiful Bounding Beauties! Y-e-a-a-afa-a-a-al LEFT TO RIGHT: Becky Crook, Margaret Sughrue, Sydnie Bowling, Sandra Barnett, Kathleen Sughrue. Cheerleaders, Leaders of pirif The cheerleaders, backed by the student body, have given wholehearted support to all of the Buffalo teams. These girls have spent many hours and much energy in working on cheers for games and pep assemblies. The A-Team cheerleaders accom- panied the teams to all out-of-town games. The B-Team Cheerleaders were present for all B-Team games and served as substitutes for the A- Team cheerleaders whenever it was necessary. - - 4 g' Q. lf LEFT TO RIGHT: Delores Kleysteuber, Nancy Garner, Ramona Bayer, Patty Sughrue. "We'll give a cheer for the Buffaloes." ai? ef 5 "Onward tovictory I" G-CIub,Builders of portsmanship "Initiation Day!" FRONT ROW: Left to Right, James Webb, President, Dennis Kleysteuber, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Leon Largent, Secretary-Treasurer, Armando Rocha, Student Council, Robert Werner, Sergeant-at-Arms, Bill Tolbert, Chairman of Project Committee. The C-Club is composed of athletes who have lettered in a sport during their high school career. The purpose of the G-Club is to promote athletics, raiseideals and standards, and encourage cooperation between the athletes and the student body. The G-Club activities include sponsoring the annual Brown-White game and the all- sports banquet in the spring. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Richard Turner, Winston Scott, Keller, Leon Largent, John Dickerson, Adviser. BACK ROW: James Webb, Mike Johnson, Richard Masoner, Buddy Bill Tolbert, Dennis Kleysteuber, Jimmy Oeding, George Williams, D0uglasFansler,RichardSimpson.SECONDROW: Austin, Douglas Crotty, larry Ratzlaff, Douglas Weber, Richard Wallace, Robert Werner, Mark Scott, Van Salyer, Richard Sandoval. Charles Hacker, Douglas Sage, Armando Rocha, Patrick 75 FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Susan Reeves, Bonnie Barker, Ludwig, Vicki Mercer, John Howard, John Renick. BACK Sharolyn Doubrava, David Finke, Diana Zirkel, Margaret ROW: Sam Kemper, Sam Palen, Tom Purdy, Charles Lile, Shirley Wolff. SECOND ROW: Jannet Ballinger, Smith, Armando Rocha, Edward Hebrlee, Dudley T. Horton, Connie Smith, Dorene Bland, Louise Weldon, Barbara Adviser. ugar Beet Records Events The school paper, the Sugar Beet, has been published every twc weeks by members of the journalism class. The issues have contained articles written by the principal, articles written in a humorous vein, and news about social events, sports, and other happenings of school-wide interest. Members of the staff have promoted an interest in creative writing and have published two unusual editions which have contained original selections of students. These special editions were completed in December and in the spring. LEFT TO RIGHT: Sharolyn Doubrava, Business Manager, Dudley T, Horton, Adviser, Bonnie Barker, Co-Editor, Shirlev Wolff. Co-Edimr. LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Jones, President, Dennis Kleysteuber, Vice-President, Patty Leopold, Secretary-Treasurer. indent Council Has Influence The Student Council is the most influential bodies Within the branches of the high school. This Council, made up of elected representatives from the various classes and organizations, carried out a wide and varied range of activities during the school year. Council duties ranged from sponsoring dances to earning money for the foreign exchange students, This group of leaders is held in high esteem for the leadership which it has given to Carden City High School. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Pauletta Bird, Margaret Patricia Bergkamp, Susan Vance, Susan Kidwell, Philip Sughrue, Bonnie Barker, Patty Leopold, Yondolan Clausen, Dick, Ted Crist, Armando Rocha. BACK ROW: Tom Saffell, Patty Sughrue, Kathleen Sughrue, Dennis Kleysteuber,Danie1 Adviser, Leon Largent,.lerry Christensen, Richardwallace, Fankhauser, Dean Wolfe. SECOND ROW: Shere Shaw, Judy Don Penny, John Roper, Bryce Roderick, Buddy Williams, Hamman, Saundra Steele, Marcelo Huergo, Sandra Mahuron, Robert Jones, Lee Creathouse. los Conquistadores The Los Conquistadores, better known as the Spanish Club, consists of first and second year students enrolled in Spanish. The purpose of the Club is to learn more about the language and the customs of the Spanish people. A few of this year's activities were the Christmas party with a pinata, caroling in the corridors, and a meal with various Spanish foods. Spanish Club students carol in the halls. LEFT TO RIGHT: Marcelo l-luergo, Honorary Member: Alice Shea, Presidenti Anna Marie Valenzuela, Vice-President: Beth Wilson, Secretary: Shere Shaw, Treasurer: Carlos Green, Student Council. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Delores Hermocillo, Geraldine Beltran, Virginia Sandoval, Cheryl Marsalis, Sara Smith, Victoria Valenzuela, Nancy Sterling, Beth Wilson, Scott Helwig, Adviser. SECOND ROW: Marcelo Huergo, Rose Marie Valenzuela, Alice Shea, Ruth Wagner,Cheryl Bentley, Sheryl Etling, LouYeadon,Donna Selover. THIRDROW: Gary Beach, Rozell Morgan, Mary Dale, Verna Armantrout,Carol Grady, Jane l-lamman, Shere Shaw, Becky Miller. BACK ROW: Verlin Goss, Douglas Fansler, Jack Alexander, C a rlos Green, Joe Arellano, Jonas Castleberry, Johnny Acosta, Tony Orozco. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Rita Pickett, SuzAnn White, Peggy Smith, Coleen Whitehurst, Larry Ratzlaff, Ronald Huxtable, Mary Kay Lefort, Carolyn Birkholz, Darlene Bauer, Roselee Pickett, Teresa Sambrano. SECOND RON: Bernadine Sitts, Adviser: Robin Sroufe, Trinidad Rocha, Linda Carton, Henry Avila, Larry Meeker, C.L. Hett, Sharon Simmons, Nancy Pierce, Donna Stillwell, Karen Simmons, Dean Wolfe. THIRD ROW: Connie Siemsen, Becky Rogers, James Johnson, Richard Turner, Sam Garbo, Lee Sroufc, Susan Vance, Vicki Vinckier, Diane Piland, Kenneth Bauer, Robert Werner, Scott Davis. BACK ROW: Vernon McCart, Edward Kraus, Edwin Reed, John Roper, James Dougherty, James Wheatley, Ronald Baker Jack Curtis, Patrick Keller, Richard Masoner, Eugene Gonce, Jack Alexander. Q odalitas Wm Latina FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Mary Kay Lefort, President: Diane Piland, Vice-President: SuzAnn White, Program Chairman: Coleen Whitehurst, Social Chairman. SECOND ROW: Linda Carton, Bulletin Board Chairman: Patrick Keller, Publicity Chairman: Richard Masoner, Room Chairman: John Roper Secretary-Treasurer. :R I If ,. . K W , ,P ,. ,flea ,, 'lm Qi : h fwtzzdil as Latin students became members of the National Junior Classical League for the first time. They received mem- bership pins. Selecting clothing, wrapping gifts, providing a Christmas tree, and taking these things to motherless children proved to be most heartening. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Marjorie Dunn, Gretchen Larry Strauss, BACK ROW: Jean Ballinger, Kathy Geier Lockwood, Alice Shea, Cheryl Marsalis, Leona Dater, Scott Mary Bergkamp, Margaret Lile, James Wheatley, Susan Helwig, Adviser. SECOND ROW: .loan Stucker, Diana Zirkel, Kidwell, Henry Bentrup, Cheryl Nanninga. Carol Towns, Rita Renfro, Elizabeth Salter, David Finke, Susan Kidwell, Presidentg Leona Dater, Vice-Presidentg Margaret Lile, Secretaryg Diana Zirkel, Treasurer, Carol Towns, First- Year Representativeg Henry Bentrup, Student Council. Noel, Noel! French Club Has An Active Year The French Club has completed another year of activities during which time they learned more about the French customs. Throughout the year they had projects which added to each member's school life. Included in the ac- tivities was a dart throw at the high school carnival, a Christmas party, and caroling in the halls. The purpose of the French Club is to give each member a deeper appreciation of the French people, their customs and their language. While striving to accomplish these goals, the members have tried to help the student body to become better acquainted with French life. Girls Render ervice Cheering the aged people and patients in the hospitals and in the rest homes was the goal of the members of the Junior Red Cross. The members strived to reach this goal by taking favors to the patients during holiday seasons and at other special times. The girls of the Junior Red Cross group made over 150 nutcups and other favors for each occasion. The girls carried out the Thanksgiving theme by making horns of plenty of con- struction paper and attaching them to nutcups filled with holiday goodies. Candles made of gum drops, life savers, and birthday candles were the favors for the Christmas seasong little snowmen de- picted the spirit of the month of January. Members of the Junior Red Cross will long remember the pleased and grateful expressions upon the wrinkled faces of the el- derly and the invalidg for the girls knew that they had helped to give those personsa bright spot in one or more of their lonely days. M 4 Junior Red Cross girls remember those who are shut in FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Darlene Bauer, Orvilla Atkinson, Karen Davis, Ilernadine Sitts, Adviser. BACK ROW: Elizabeth Salter, Cheryl Marsalis, Wanda Wells. FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Lloyd Haag, Adviser, Leora Martin, Vice-Presidentg Mary Dale, Secretary Diane Piland, Sondra Eisenbiseg Ruth Wagner, Presidentg Treasurer. BACK ROW: James Arwine, Bobby Hopkins Anniece Armstrong, Phyllis Nevins, Delores Herbert, Douglas Sage, Dwayne Rintoul,James Re1m,SusanVance Tommy Lou Johnson, Bernadine Sitts, Adviser. SECOND John Courtney, Rev. Delon Hales, Adviser. ROW: Joan Stucker, Sharon Manley, I-larvey Johnson, outh Council Reaches For Great Heights During the past months of the school year, an interdenominational youth group, known as the Youth Council, has been hard at work. Twice as many youth groups have participated in the Council this year. One of the first projects of the year was a chili supper. At the ded- ication of the Christmas scenes in Stevens Park each of the youth groups of the participating Churches was represented. The highlight of the year was the Youth Week Activities, including services in the Little Theater each morning at 7:40 and at 8:40. The Youth Banquets were in the Presbyterian and in the Community Churches. Rev. Delon Hales spoke on the theme oi the week, "Into All The World Together." The closing service of this special week was a union service at the Methodist Church, at which time youth were the only participants. A large crowd of youth and adults attended this service. The Youth Council has played an important part in the spiritual life of the students and has helped to bring better understanding among the youth of Carden City. Leora Martin, Vice-Presidentg Mary Dale, Secretary- Treasurerg and Ruth Wagner, Presidentg make plans for Youth Week Activities. Observance. E 4491. Senior high students enjoyed a banquet at the Presbyterian Church as a PETE of the Youth Week f 1 5 fm M, .ag ,JL-' " K 5 Wu I A mwafrxmwx, MW ffm. uhm,-H, f My W, ,Q mm 'xv' FIRST ROW: Left to Right, Carole Cowan, Leora Martin, Sondra Eisenbise, Cheryl Owen, Alice Shea, Paulette Bird, J Sandra Sims, Dean Angeles. THIRD ROW: Douglas Overland, Directorg Becky Miller, Gary Deibert, Larry Daniel. Fficers of The Orchestra QQ FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Pauletta Bird, Presidentg Gary Deibert, Vice-Presidentg Ruth Wagner, Secretary-Treasurer. BACK ROW: Saundra Steele, Student Council, Alice Shea, Librarian, Judy Hamman, Reporterg Leora Martin, Student Conductor. Q iz ff ,AT , t ff' gf A A In ,V 4 fix S: ,ft ' 4 We 42 if 3 'If'- '--' ., r - will ':. K -Jig. f MEM his 4 it t ,NNN 5 5 Qi "Nt iman, Ruth Wagner. SECOND ROW: Becky Rogers, Saundra Steele, Beth Wilson, AnnProudfit, Fleta Dyer, Jean Ballinger Orchestra Has Active ear The Garden City High School String Symphony continues to gain recognition throughout the state. ln their special programs, including the "Pop" Concert, this group of talented young people, under the direction of Douglas Overland, has provided hours of enjoyment for many people. Another highlight of the year was participation in the annual Western Kansas Orchestra Festival. Again, the group traveled with the band in making a trip in the spring. The group presented several concerts during the trip, and these brought the orchestra members toward the close of an active year. Always able to find new horizons in the world of music, each mem- ber will later look back and will be grateful for having had an oppor- tunity to participate with this group of musicians. M Mm W5 f,,f 3,5 asm an UXQDYNIIIY 1 T fxfsefexfzr FIRST ROW: Left to Right, Janis King, Douglas Crotty, Sydnie Bowling. SECOND ROW: Susan Kidwell, Louise Bodam, Delores Kleysteuber, Mildred Douglass, Fhere Shaw. La Donna Mai, Janice Cleaver, Patricia Dunham. THIRD ROW: Carlyne Ward, Vicki Roberts, Linda Krebs, Bill Collier, Janet Connors, Phyllisllolloway, Shirley Wolff, Gale Sullivan, Glenda Cleveland, Marilyn Caldwell, Connie BAND Overton, Sandra Barnett, Sara Smith, Sandra lVlahuron,Jil Roper, Brad Farr. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Meeker, Ka lglliott, Kathy Smith, Sharon ljtling, Sammy Garbo, Vi Schroeder, Larry Ward, Connie Siemsen, Joe Bill Co Lanny Jones, liileen Heine, Sheryl Etling, Henry Bentr ,lames Wells, Jane llrookover, Corrine Lenz, Louise Weld .ludy Swartley. FIFTH ROW: .lanics Wheatley-, Jero Officers of the Band I FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Don Threlkeld, Director: Sandra Barnett, Secretary, Teresa Sambrano, Librarian, Sara Smith, Treasurer. BACK ROW: Sydnie Bowling, Publicity Chairman: John Roper, Student Council, Brad Farr, Vice-President: Sandra Mahuron, President. A 3 f si w , it Z2 A 3 is l 14 gf 1 V ig V' fr 1 if it A ii E' 'T- 'ning, Thomas Le Gate, James Keim, Roger Stoner, lald Huxtable, Henry Avila, George Austin, Harvey nson, Dwane Rintoul, Douglas Dew, Douglas Friesen, ron Koksal, Vicki Mercer, Blenda Proberts, Gale Jones, fy Kay Crotinger, Judy Owens, C. L. Hett, James nson, Wynn McAfee, Terry Rhodes, Mary Higgins,Larry Strauss, Rhea Foster. LAST ROW: Connie Congdon, William Wheeler, Van Salyer, David Davis, John Courtney, Robert Cooper, Mike Foster, Donna Selover, Dana Leonard, Joan Stucker, Teresa Sambrano, Johnnie Morgan, Anna Marie Valenzuela, Edwin Reed, Donald Threlkeld, Director. Band Enjoys uccessful ear The Carden City High School Concert Band, under the direction of Don Threlkeld, has continued its growth and fine musicianship this year. The band members presented varied concerts. The first was the Big Top Circus Concert, conducted by Merle livans, of the famous Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus Band. The highlight of all concerts which the band members presented wasthe Winter Concert. The success of the musical year for the band reached its climax when the members made their annual spring tour. The band has helped to promote good music and musicianship in the school and in the community. . H it E af 3 f 42 2 5 Louise Bodam, Shere Shaw, Douglas Crotty, Alice Shea 2 , i - I g 1 i if "2 Q J ii f I iii i i i, 9 " LQ. y . , f I . 1 FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Carole Cowan, Concertmistress Leora Martin, Ann Proudfit, Fleta Dyer, Sandra Sims Pauletta Bird, Judy Hamman, Ruth Wagner. SECOND ROW! Becky Rogers, Saundra Steele, Judy Scheer, Janice Meredith, Sherry Snell, Cindy Eisenbise, Cheryl Meeker, John Roper, Sharon Etling, Linda Smith. FOURTH ROW: Eddie Reed, Connie Congdon, Sheryl Etling, Henry Bentrup, Roger Stoner, Wynn McAfee, Robert Raynesford, Rhea Foster, Teresa Sambrano, Becky Miller, Larry Daniel. FIFTH ROW: Donald Threlkeld, Douglas Overland, Directors. Kathy Penny, Dean Angeles. THIRD ROW: Beth Wilsonl Honor ymphony: Highlight Of Music The Honor Symphony, composed of outstanding musicians from both the high school and the junior high school musical gJfOUDS, 11218 proved it self to be a high light of music. The members could be heard tuning their instruments during the early morning hours. Directed by Douglas Overland and Donald Threlkeld, the group rehearsed long hours in prep- aration for the presentation of a mid-Winter concert. A spring tour cli- maxed the Symphony's year of achievement. I 2 Y 'tix KA W J The two string quartets, whose members I ei'?e elected from the ranks of the orchestra, have provided enjoyable and entertaining music for various civic clubs. N , 3 ft . YN., LEFT TO RIGHT: Leora Martin, First Violing Saundra Steele, Second Violing Judy Hamman, Cellog Saundra Sims, Viola. LEFT TO RIGHT: Carole Cowan, First Violin, Becky Rogers, Second Violin, Ruth Wagner, Cello, Pauletta Bird, Viola. 88 The Builders of chool Spirit The Marching Band provided football fans with many memorable half-time shows during the school year. Its appearance in various parades drew high praise for its precision and playing ability. This organization brought recognition to both the school and the community. The Pep Band provided the "vitamins" which helped promote school spirit for the Garden City Buffaloes. They played at all of the home basketball games and during the school's pep assemblies. For their part in bringing about better school spirit, they are to be con- gratulated. xi: FRONT ROW: Left tqllight, Joe Bill Corn, Louise Weldon, Eddie Reed, Buddy Williams, Roger Stoner, Wynn McAfee, Douglas Crotty, Shere Shaw, Louise Bodam, Janet Connors, Henry Avila, C, I.. Hott, Jane Brookover, Sheryl Etling, Marilyn Caldwell, Sandra Mahuron, Jonnlloper. BACK ROW: Blenda Probcrts, Teresa Sambrano, Rhea Foster. B9 ii vig? FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Vivian Springer, Alberta Oliver, Lucy Avila, Roselee Pickett, Orvilla Atkinson, Mary Wagner Mildred Moody, Ramona Bayer, Shirley Wolff, Patty Sughrue Wanda Wells, Julius Hultquist, Director, Sharolyn Doubrava, Sherry Stone, Patricia Bergkamp, Beccy Brooks, Sandra Mahuron, Elizabeth Salter, Peggy Smith, Nancy Sterling, Sara Smith, Cheryl Marsalis. SECOND ROW: Anita Orozco, 1 1 Karen Coen, Uonatti Bertram, Judy Widows, Gloria M Mary Mesa, Dennis Kleysteuber, Danny Fankhauser, Jail Arwine, Martin Nusser, Frank Petefish, Douglas Fans Rhea Foster, Frank Hezmall, Mildred Douglass, L Dater, Suzanne Thiessen, Nancy Renfro, Delo Kleysteuber, Karen Walsh, Darlene Duvall. THIRD R Barbara Knight, Coleen Whitehurst, Janet Connors., She Robed Choir Officers 'E"" V FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Janice Hinkle, Committee Woman, Patty Sughrue, Robe Chairman, Sandra Mahuron, Student Council, Mary Wagner, Secretary-Treasurer. BACK ROW: Teddy Crist, President, John Roper, Student Conductor, Frank Hezmall, Vice-President. -rs, Linda Ellington, Carol Towns, Kay Von Schriltz, De Remus, Linda Garton, Pam Marshall, Mary Bergkamp, ,line Bowyer, Richard Turner, Wayne Collins, Kenneth Claudey Witman, Marilyn Jennings, Teddy Crist, Mike le, Ronald Harman, Norman Scheuchzer, Mike Ludwig, Johnson, John Roper, John Sheehy, Terry Gigot, Patrick ter Motley, Robert Hopkins, JaniceHinkle, Ruth Wagner, Keller, Richard Masoner, James Cowgill, Sydnie Bowling, Wilson, Sue Johnson, Janice Fife, Sandra Sims, Peggy Mary Dale, Judy Moler, Vurlyn I-lummer, Dixie Froggatte, res, Yondolan Clausen. BACK ROW: Sondra Eisenbise, Diane Piland,Dianna Snell,Saundra Steele, Jill Anderson. 'a Martin, Vicki Schroeder, Cheryl Meeker, Linda " ay It With Music" The Robed Choir, under the guidance of Julius Hultquist, continued to provide enjoyment and satisfaction for its members and for many others who heard the programs which the Choir presented. The two performances which the members will probably re- member best were the annual Christmas Program, at which time over five hundred junior high, senior high, and junior college students participated, and the "Say lt With Music" Concert. Special appearances by the members of the Choir and their yearly spring concert gave members additional experiences in the world of music. - .... 1 f - 2 Ir. 7 1 reer, ., Vi 5' A iw 'L-7ALh dd , f v:,,1 , ..,-, b dd :gz . R 5 d f 5 5 ', O f "QS ,ri W' , LE Q, ,f ,. gs V .1 3 5 3 i f it ' EEEEM ' W . 3 f . W fi Vmkzzi T S T si R: 25' W , i erii e , Y , 5 we 4 BLUE NOTES: FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Sherian Peters, ROW: Saundra Steele, Linda Ellington, Accompanistg Vicki Sondra Eisenbise, Sandra Mahuron. SECOND ROW: Leora Schroeder. Martin, Ruth Wagner, Nancy Renfro, Beth Wilson. BACK Musical Groups Provide Entertainment As in preceding years, the Blue Notes have continued to receive praise for their fine performances. Under the direction of Julius Hultquist, these nine girls have appearedin various programs and before a number of civic groups. The Boys' Quartet has provided enjoyment for many in their appearances during this past year. They have sung for civic clubs. at dances, at parties, and in other special programsffhesefour boys have proved that they are worthy of the name, "Music Masters." BOYS' QUARTET: Left to Right, Linda Ellington, Accompanistg Richard Masoner, Robert Hopkins, Rhea Foster, Mike Johnson. . ell ,, - if W N K gy y R p p 5 M P Qf I ' if I P I 1 - ' I SWING CHOIR: FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Nancy Renfro, Schroeder, Richard Masoner, Saundra Steele, John Roper, Robert Hopkins, Sandra Mahuron, Beth Wilson, James Sherian Peters, Rhea Foster. Arwine, Leora Martin. BACK ROW: Mike Johnson, Vicki Ensembles Provide Entertainment During thc school year, the Swing Choir, composed of selected members of the Rohcd Choir, has proved that quality, not quantity, is the most important aspect of any musical organization. The group performed at several civic and school functions, they have developed into a fine singing group. Selected from the ranks of the Mixed Chorus, both the Boys' and the Girls' Octets have provided much listening enjoyment for those who have heard them. GIRLS' OCTET: Nancy Pierce, Kathy Smith, Wynn McAfee, BOYS' QUARTET: Left to Right, James Garcia,Gary Beach, Becky Rogers, Donna Selover,AccompanistgDonna Stillwell, Gilbert Bowyer, Bryce Roderick, Becky Rogers, Accom- Sandra Neely, Jeanne Philips, Pauline Block. panist, Jerry Christensen, Barry Brown, Scott Davis, Dick Crook. 93 FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Cheryl Brecheisen, Pauline Block, Carlyne Ward, Janet Johnston, Carolyn Birkholz, Linda Whitlock, Marietta Largent, Julius Hultquist, Director, Becky Rogers, Sue Deaver, Anna Marie Valenzuela, Judy Mathews. Susan Leonard, Geraldine Beltram, Connie Congdon. SECOND ROW: Ruth Randell, Betty Billings, Beth Sims, Sandra Neely, Cheryl Owen, Mary Kay Crotinger, Tom Dale, Scott Davis, Barry Brown, James Garcia, Gene Newberry, Richard Crook, Kathy Smith, Sandra Wince, Linda Krebs, Carol Litzenberger. THlRD ROW: Sharon Kelis, Rozell Morgan, Jeanne Philips, Connie Siemsen, Merna Goodrick, Donna Stillwell, Duane Marine, Robert Cooper, I.arry Shea, Thomas Howard, Becky Mayo, Rita Renfro, Nancy Pierce, Robin Sroufe, Jowilla Arwine, Frankie Connors. BACK ROW: Iva Mills, Ann Proudfit, Judith Oeding, Edith Montney, Nancy Grimsley, Shirley Goth, Gary Beach, Gilbert Bowyer, Jerry Christensen, Bryce Roderick, Richard Jones, Janet Jennings, Rosemary Carr, Donna Selover, Carol Grady, Wynn McAfee, Sharon Manley, Ruth Humphrey. Mixed Chorus Enjoys Fine Year The Sophomore Class can be proud of the groups which represent it in the Music Department. They appeared several times, including their part in the "Say lt With Music" and the Christmas programs. Singing in the Mixed Chorus is excellent training and preparation for partici- pation in the Robed Choir. The members of the Mixed Chorus have shown their ability to sing well. -cv OFFICERS: FRONT ROW: Left to Right, FrankieConnors, Secretaryg Judith Oeding, Robe Chairman, Becky Mayo, Committee Woman: Pauline Block, Student Conductor. BACK ROW: Jerry Christensen, Program Chairman: Becky Rogers, President, Bryce Roderick, 4 Vice-President. 1, 1 w .ps E u . 1 . 1 wp 4 Q , J..-W W WM .1 .- Q- M F5 9 f FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Orville Hays, Tom Dale, Gary Mueller, Bruce Warner, Doug Weber, Daniel Fankhauser, Gary Palmer, Duane Marine, James McGraw, Roger Stoner, Johnnie Johnson, Roger Nevins, Richard Sandoval, John Escalada. SECOND ROW: Curtis Kinney, Walter Johnson, Richard Stoner, William Tolbert, Dennis Kleysteuber, Eugene Gonce, Scott Davis, Joe Ortiz, Gary Schnurr, Buddy Williams, Richard Wallace, Dean Ball, James Bunney, Darwin Gray, David Finke. THIRD ROW: Dave Craft, Coachg Douglas Sage, Mike Ludwig, Mike Foster, Leroy Buffs Take Second The 1960 Football squad tied with Great Bend and Larned for second placein the West Central Kansas League. The Buffaloes played larger and more experienced teams and won seven of their nine games. The success of this year's team was the result of hard work and long hours which the players put in at practice. This was shown by the number of boys who received honors: Mike Johnson was chosen as a halfback on the All W.C.K.L. First Teamg Patrick Keller made second string. Charles Hacker, Winston Scott, Richard Wallace, Leon Largent, Larry Ratzlaff, James Webb, Dennis Kleysteuber, Douglas Sage, and Richard Masoner received honorable mention. Leighty, Harold Wilken, Carlos Green, Ronald Delker, John Meschke, Charles Smith, Winston Scott, Lee Greathouse, Lanny Pauley, Robert Werner, Larry Ratzlaff, Curt Shipley, Coachg Wayne Dickerson, Coach. BACK ROW: John Dickerson, Coach, Charles Hacker, Mike Johnson, Doyle McGraw, James Webb, Ronald Harman, Richard Masoner, Patrick Keller, Ronald Baker, James Dougherty, Richard Simpson, Terry Rhodes, Jerry Christensen, Bryce Roderick, John Sheehy, David Heinemann. chedule, 1960 Garden City Colby Garden City Hays Garden City Liberal Garden City Larned Garden City Russell Garden City Dodge City Garden City Great Bend Garden City Pratt Garden City Scott City Coaches Wayne Dickerson, John Dickerson, Curt Shipley, and Dave Craft confer. i fliggg , f 2 svmC.'f 4 gi:f - an. :s-1. 7 Q, an a if 'mai . ,,, is 13? , K 9 LEE GREATHOUSE CHARLES HACKER DENNIS KLEYSTEUBER emi vs LEON LARGENT TERRY RHODES DOUGLAS SAGE STARTING OFFENSE: FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Keller. BACK ROW: Buddy Williams, Charles Hacker, Winston Scott, James Webb, Douglas Sage, Richard Richard Masoner, Mike Johnson. Wallace, Dennis Kleysteuber, Larry Ratzlaff, Patrick f 1961 WINSTON SCOTT Qi A 1' CHARLES SMITH WILLIAM TOLEERT Iw i Q I I I lil A I 5-nw. SR Q ?A-l ' AI ::' ' ' ss I R I gfcf i 1- ,IA I. ,III , , W, AIA , A b ' rv, 1 I 4, --,+ 'M I Nlq' Eff RICHARD WALLACE JAMES WEBB BUDDY WILLIAMS STARTING DEFENSE: FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Fankhouser, Patrick Keller, Robert Werner, Winston Douglas Sage, James Webb, Dennis Kleysteuber, Larry Scott, Richard Masoner, Mike Johnson. Ratzlaff, Charles Hacker. SECOND ROW: Daniel 3 E 3 5 5 4 5 f i ? i g 2 5 3 S 3 2 Z K I 2 K s 3 X Queen and Escorts Queen and Escorts QUl:LN AND COURT: Left to Right, Mary Kay Crotinger, Flower girlg Queen Kathleeng Donald Keller, Ring Bearerg Sophomore Xttendantg Kathy Geier, Junior Attendantg Sandra Barnett, Senior Attendantg Becky Crook, Junior M trgarct Sughrue Senior Attendant, Marlena Kay Roderick, Attendantg Nancy Garner, Sophomore Attendant. Queen Kathleen Clifford Hope Auditorium was the scene of the colorful crowning of the 1960-1961 Football Homecoming Queen, Kathleen Sughrue. The attendants were escorted down the aisles undera spotlight to the velvet- draped stage while the orchestra played the accompaniment. The senior co-captains, Winston Scott and Charles Hacker, escorted the queen to the stageg after the crowning ceremonies, Kathleen began her reign. That evening the Buffs trounced Larned in an exciting game which was preceded by a snake dance, bonfire, and pep rally. During the half- time the band presented a show of precision marching. Queen Kathleen's reign ended after the Homecoming Dance in Alta Brown Auditorium. 101 FRONT ROW' Left to Right: Michael Johnson, David Davis, Pauley, John Meschke. BACK ROW: Coach Curtis, Shipley, Larry Underwood, Ronald Huxtable, Ronald Smith, John James Wheatley, Richard Masoner, Bryce Courtney, Rhea Foster. SECOND ROW: Jerry I-lorning, Curtis, Patrick Keller, Coach Dave Cfaff- James Dougherty, Curtis Kinney, Jack Alexander, Lanny Schedule Garden City 49 Russell 53 Garden City 40 Hugoton Garden City 46 Dodge City 45 Garden City 56 Ulysses Garden City 50 Hugoton 48 Garden City 58 Liberal Garden City 41 Hays 42 Garden City 48 Dodge City Garden City 37 Liberal 40 Garden City 44 Russell Garden City 37 Great Bend 49 Garden City 43 Scott City Garden City 39 Larned 60 Garden City 46 Hays Garden City 53 Pratt 55 Garden City 38 Larned Garden City 48 Dighton 61 Butt Cagers Meet Rough Competition Buff cagers met very tough competition in the W.C.K.L. League during the past season. They were greatly hampered by inexperienced playersg nearly allvvere juniors with only limited "A" team experience. Highlights of the season were wins over Dodge City. The Buffaloes were coached by Dave Craft, Curtis Shipley, and Ray Hiner. DAVE CRAFT RAY HINER 102 Roderick, Jack 53 54 62 45 49 56 58 54 CURTIS SHIPLEY FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Curtis Kinney, John Courtney, Bryce Roderick, Patrick Keller, Richard Masoner, James Jerome I-lorning, Lanny Pauley, Ronald Huxtable, Charles Wheatley, Dave Craft, Coach. Hacker. BACK ROW: Curtis Shipley, Coachg Michael Johnson, T, x fr K I 'HP . ,,. I Zxk . MIKE JOHNSON . RICHARD MASONER Top Five A L JE RRY HO RNING JAMES WI-IEATLEY 1 1 PAT KELLER 103 ophomores FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Don Hayward, Russell Fulton, Duane Marine, Don Ratzlaff. SECOND ROW: Gale Jones, Scott Davis, Jerry Bieker, Larry Wilken. BACK ROW: Coach Ray I-liner, Terry Clark, Bill Collier, Sam Garbo. Sophomores' chedule Golf chedule Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden City City City City City City City City Pierceville Dodge City Liberal Pierceville Liberal Cimarron Dodge City Cimarron March March April April April April April May May May Golf Team 19 Open Open Great Bend, Invitational Tournament Salina, Invitational Tournament Larned, Great Bend Garden City, Dodge City, at Larned. Open Hutchinson, Invitational Tournament League Meet, GreatBend Regional Meet, Salina State Meet, Topeka FRONT ROW: Left to Right, James Webb, Douglas Weber,Jack Alexander, Douglas Crotty, Richard Turner. BACK ROW: Russell Fulton, Larry Meeker, Coach John Dickerson, Bill Wheeler. 105 J We LEFT TO RIGHT: Pam Marshall, Jerry Horning, Sydnie Ronnie Smith, Carolyn Leopold, Judy Swartley, Lanny Bowling, Richard Masoner, Steve Hopkins, Patty Leopold, Pauley, Judy Qeding, Bryce Roberick. Queen Of Hearts "Fifteen rahs for the royalty!" shouted the excited cheerleaders. With that, the members of Carden City High School stood and cheered Queen Patty Leopold, the l96l Basketball Home- coming Queen, as she sat on her throne. The students were also cheering the senior atten- dants, Judy Swartley and Sydnie Bowling, the junior attendant, Pam Marshall, and the sopho- more attendant, Judy Oeding. Queen Patty reigned over the game in which the Pratt Creenbacks defeated the Garden City Buffaloes. The defeat, however, did not dampen the spirits of the participants at the dance at Alta Brown Auditorium, which was decorated to carry out the theme, "Hearts and Flowers." 107 FRONT ROW: Left to Right, James Oeding, George Rice, Garcia, Clark Lee, Dennis Kleysteuber., Bruce Warner, Gail Lee, Larry Scott, Joe Hermocillo, Danny Dunham, Harold Wilken. BACK ROW: Coach John D1ckerson,Douglas John Shobe, Leroy Leighty, Gene Newberry,RandyThies, Sage, Dwayne Gillam, RichardWallace,W1nston Scott,James Steve Bennett, Terry Billinger, William Tolbert. SECOND Webb, Ronald Baker, Kenneth Wasson, Douglas McClure, ROW: James McGraw, Darwin Gray, Mark Scott, Douglas Gary Greathouse, Dave Lightner, Don Gross, Dean Ball, Weber, Ted Alsop, Gary Beach, Richard Sandoval, James Tom LeGate. Buff Grapplers Very uccessful The Garden City bruisers managed to grapple their way through the most successful season in recent years. The top twelve were strengthened greatly bya liberal sprinkling of seasoned wrestlers. Among the top twelve were eight seniors, each bolstered by at least two years of experience. The tournament record was the best in the history of the wrestling team. The team sent ten wrestlers to the regional meet and placed seventh there. Dennis Kleysteuber, Mark Scott, and Winston Scott participated in the state meet at Colby. chedule Garden City 24 Oakley 24 Garden City 28 Liberal 12 Garden City ll Colby 33 Garden City 20 Holly 22 Garden City 22 I-loxie 24 Gardent City 23 Russell 17 Garden City ll Lamar 27 Garden City 35 Kinsley ll Tourney chedule Garden City Invitational Tournament . . Garden City, Second District Tournament ......... Garden City, Second Regional Tournament . . . Garden City, Seventh 108 FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Jim Garcia, Sam Hermocillo, Webb, Winston Scott, Richard Wallace, Mark Scott, Bruce Douglas Sage, John Dickerson, Coachg Richard Sandoval, Warner, Clark Lee, Dennis Kleysteuber, Leroy Leighty, George Rice, RandyThies. BACK ROW: Ronald Baker,James James Oeding, William Tolbert, Danny Dunham. 8llIOI'S 1 1 2 FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Dennis Kleysteuber, Gail Lee, Douglas Sage, Richard Wallace, James Webb, Winston Scott, Mark Scott, James Oeding, William Tolbert. 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L, 5 I . t " ' , at -..,-' L',-- 1 rew-eer i is or ,.,','.',,k -I , --'-- 'Y V 1 rr., 'err . , H mi 1,-v H 7 Fw ,. W, - -: in .4 ,-,. f f.f,, ,J f L, U ,NUM K .,k,L V ,K ,VKV K K 3 2 - Q 5 5 'fiswyizvzifrifaffwfiwf-11514 ' is ?mzrv-ttmfsifmfet-:fam mei Robert As we have shared Robert's experiences, we are proud to have had him as our foreign exchange student to Germany during the sum- mer of 1960. He brought to us rich experiences of his travels and of his German familyg he also helped us to understand our foreign neighbors. To him go our congratulations. Welcome home, Robert! The German cherry picker. H i i f r gh. . , ., ::.4,5,,L,-15:-j'. -.rffgw 5. l 213: ,er wafiqilwfeivv ,M --n cf 3gzf3AQ?gtK-.,T,w -- -- at , S M K s X 8 Go! Fight! Win! Buffaloes! Reminiscing in friendship. Marcelo The life of our Carden City High School students has been greatly enriched since this small package of "dynamite" from Argentina came to live with us. Marcelo has shown us the meaning of true friendship and how to love our neighbors. To him we have extended the "Welcome hand." Bienvienclo, Marcelo! Marcelo Huergo , 9 X, J gg . mi' 1 zint+v.' : J wif :m..ww:w111.r Amsguu n-.ra i 21 ls? W M ws, -we if W K mviwztmgflf 3 if H MJ, .wr ' 2 , M ,., ,,.m.,. . ,J , mum- -f .. ,. . ' - -r' J' L --mia , , 6 'Y ' Hifi' " . 1 S H at ' f fi fty? -I,--,, wh W- f ..,, 1: gl A , vf- f 11' :Fir-' A - . ' ' ' ' ' H -it-. -I H ' . t X .' I2 2515- f 7 aff W 'S' .,,,. J, 41: E QS-Q 'iff xr Y 8 1 , v Q W fi i' s f tt A-AYBW. in 1 . fit- ig K H X A--,Q ,,.. L g .L:A 0 , g , .,:.. k,E,,, K 41 The students very much appreciate the efforts of these ladies in the preparation of meals: Mabel Conley, Peggy Nail, Lydia Quint, Nina Stewart. The students are also appreciative of the cheerful service which these men give in the keeping of the building: Rice Hebrew, Carl Gustafson, Lee White, Dave Unruh. 'WYE-si..mmNN ..,, 'WWW 114 1 New Dates 1 le, u A " FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Gretchen Lockwood, Pete Keim, Dennis Petrus, Jerry Horning, Jack Curtis,Henry Mitschler, Peggy Smith, Mary Dale, SuzAnn White,Mary Bentrup, Lanny Pauley, Ronald Smith, Lanny Jones, Regan, Rita Pickett, Becky Crook, Carole Cowan, Patty Jack Alexander, Jack Penny, Philip Porter, John Roper. Sughrue. BACK ROW: Max Goldsberry, Director, James "Diet of Dates," a delightful three-act comedy, was presented by members of the Junior Class, under the capable direction of Max Goldsberry. When those who participated heard the ringing applause of the large audience who witnessed the evening performance, they felt well paid for their early morning rehearsals and for their long hours of work on scenery and cos- tumes. The plot concerned a foreign exchange student in the United States. He lived with a typical American family QHenry Bentrup and Mary Daley and their three children, Betty, Bill, and Tom QPatty Sughrue, Pete Mitschler, and Jack Alexanderj Sidi Hazim El Saud Ben Ahmad Lanny Pauleyj just happened to be a royal prince from the kingdom of Saudi Agrag he manage to get himself in and out of many hilarious predicaments, but not without the help of his American friends and schoolmates. The cast and all others who had a part in the production are to be congratulated for their performance. 5 For what could Sidi l-Iazim E1 Saud Ben Ahmad Last-minute touch-ups for members of the cast! be pleading? , 15 I Ch rust me .4 Suite of Carols . . . Junior and Senior If Bir. Douglas Processionai .... String Symphon We Wish You A Nferry Christmas It Vfas A Night of Vvonder . No Camiie Was There, And Ivo Fil Combined .Tunia Christmas Betts fFrench Carol, Go Teil It Cn The Mountain fchris Junior Hi The Praise Carol . . . Vviiiie, Take Your Drum fBurguclia Senior Gloria In Exceisis Deo . . Carol of ttue Drum fczech Carol? The Vision of the Shepherds . Edith Junio Gatatumba fAnciaIusion Carol, Sleigh Bells, Sherian Petersg Tam' Maracas, Sandra IN Star of Bethlehem ffrom "Ben Hur' Adoration of the Magi ffrom "Ben Iesus Was Born Long Ago . H 'Twas time Night Before Ciiristm Bobbg Senior The First Noel . . Silent Night . . Glee I ancert 71 . arranged by Leroy Anderson 1 String Symphony I, conducting . . g . Westminster Carol ubs and Choirs Carol, . arranged by Krone . . . . Tellup . . . Lehmann ,rls Glee Clubs . arranged by Harry Simeone ituaU arranged by Harry Simeone llee Club arranged by Ralph Maroyott arranged by George Striclcling Chorus . . . . Fred Bock arranged by Katherine Davis . . . . Frank Graff oloist Choir . arranged by Walter Anderson eggy Smith: Clarir '13 John Roperg Guitar, Judy Moler. . . . Roza-Vvilson . Roza-Wilson . . . . Margaret Terry . . Darby, Scott, Simeone soloist d Choir . arranged by Fredrick Swift . . . . Gruber, Dash -Choirs 61501 mdeflmd 120 What happened to Mr. Hiebert? Chemistry students pro- duce mysterious concoctions during their period in the laboratory. Going into the furniture business? Mr. Hamman's wood- working class is showing a great amount of energy. Educatil I-low does it work! Plane Geometry is basically a study of geometric figures. Here, students look on with interest as Mr. Gibson explains a theorem. if f Qxs fg X Digi? QQX QL, NN r Who won the election? Mr. Kendall leads a discussion on current affairs in the current history class. .W - ' QW W . i Action See! lt's easy, boys! Mr. Henderson shows the Vocational Agriculture boys the essentials of welding. Who is the character hiding behind the book in the back of the room? Mr. Staats conducts a discussion in one of the physical science classes. Og! 2 like When was the war of 1812? Mr. Craft questions puzzled seniors in the American History class. "Double, double, toil and trouble, Fire burn, and cauldron bubble." Miss Cash explains the mysteries of Macbeth to an English 12 class. 121 122 "And who failed to do his assignment?" American History students are being questioned by Mr. Warman. "Should the United Nations be significantly strengthened ?" Mr. No1te's novice debate class can answer that question for you. fEach will have a different answer.J Educatio Now, don't blow anything up, kids! Mr. Beckett's chem- istry students are preparing to start an experiment. "Say it in Spanish !" Mr. I-lelwig drills his Spanish students. Action "Immaterial," says Mr. Wells. Trigonometry students are working hard to figure out a tough problem. "He isn't in that class." Mrs. Paasch works with the girls who assist in keeping the work of the office going smoothly. "I know, Mr. Goldsberry." English 12 students are en- joying another literature class. "That, my dear students, is illegal." Mr. Chopp is ex- plaining a business practice to his business law class. N 123 124 -Q 'gh .Ki wa, ,4?'3:5'f gjE,fmmf' Jil", G. ,A , "Then you move the carriage back." Mr. Roark's typing class is working hard on letters. "Au Revoir!" Students work on French idioms in Mr. Ruggles's class. Education In Action "Dear Mr. Smith." Mr. Davis dictates to his shorthand class members. "Studying hard ?" Members of Mrs. Proudfit's study hall are hard at work. , . s.st fa- . ' iis-'Fi sk-1, 1 .... . . . .Wo .. fa .-it -. A VICKI MERCER LARRY WARD N :.Ef.:1,31:- ' 1 ' .54 4f9:q,,: - ..,,.... - it ,. ....,,. , , il ff? 1 a.-.ff 121:-75 . - am.: -yi.-'J ' aa 5 , , E 3 .3. . K. ,haw ,zz K V ' 423' , ifzizsffi Wt -w -. f 5- . . . 1..-,,,,,g.t':s5i 1, , ft - .. . ., saagmi K5 '21 .xx 5. ,., - ,. 4313 53? , : '-a s-.1-' LI ' 5 'ikxf nif . lofi : W :.- , DEAN WOLFE -Ki-:ry af . fa??:'-"1 f' ' . :N N.v:,. . , .Q - ,.,, . ., - ' - ::.ag,.i. 'sp . gk 1-1 fe tate Champions As a result of many hours of toil and constant dedication to their task, this team of six debaters and their coach placed first in the State Class AA Debate Tournament. We, the members of the l96l Buffalo Staff, wish to congratulate the de- baters for Winning the highest pos- sible honor in recognition of their skill. SUSAN VANCE ROBERT WERNER Coach DEAN NOLTE ROBERT HOPKINS 125 Bo b Jones , . ,, ,,A:W.1,fi5,fw K W 5 . a 1? A E 'E fi L, K , ,W ,N?w1lSls3a'Lm?i sibvfai I -,A - 11. M JKJTE5 M'Aw2'3 W, -,WM -fwwwsn 4 emma Ffigsvgef4ii9w:?1s?5,1 iw , ,m.M,.,: Mimi, , , 1,1 ,ff?f-vsglwfleii-'Z-izifief f'5iff5il'?'2" ,Q 7,-k, in , ,,.,:,f,.: M1 Lffkf' fwf P M 7 KY,.,3,,,5,1V,.5L.-,WW gal L, .HITS .Wim A Q11-zffsifwiigifffeasvasKfz,'3v5QitQ?:f4ff 'ffl-5i!iEE?1f:,a '7 J 1-ilflii , Wfsw5:fg:f3 gy ,H H, -Wag , HQ 4 ,Mawr .fy 5, F Q ',, S 5 is i ,ff , aff- wx Q M -x W ., H, 1 I fx' A 'ggzgx usan Vance 1 Y A7 A , , V . . L nourish- , f W K, , --and a- 4 -1 , ,Qw- goals of learning to If ' seniors of Garden Qity-PHS? W Y Q ? to on the ex p ,,4, L ' j ibfgn 't the thiee years with s ' i ,,n4 M 1 ' Our sophomore year, ' "' was climaxed-by the ,prada ,V' if-1, A, of two one-aotiplaysgvif r f 'i ff: " , A 'if' f It As junipiff V L f i 1 te w Boz9ne of the beg? , f'V , g iqifi I .k bg V , 1 orrr Q4 , if ,WHUY hav 3 ,i1!Q1Qff'i n. 5 .'Ab bigityi at Wlyjxjffbe ,V Wil., 1 t '.n-" 1 ' ' ' iw . , 0112 higlwchoolidays i is H0 and rn',, these, 6 ng with numerous other ities, became d 'y cheiiiieth memories to W re'ca11ed in future mome iuvv is N I ' 'Wt' 12 .ii. Withthis tin mind, wewjlh editors of the f QI-9fq Of1'961 W Bgimiowft ho tha7f this book will - n Y sefive as Q,-Qfieasiiit reqgll 'erjtgo ayll who look f j 4 backer upon 'tljeir' t1,ays'ff4Qfini'lCiarden. Cityt High if hx School. qv -I I Ai L. 1 I V , ' ,,-53-' , n M i , A lrw , qt, m .. 4a ' ms ix. sr w , als if . it S Q JOETTA ACKLEY . . , ........ 37 Kayettes 25 Pep Club 15 Mixed Chorus 1. JERRY ANDERSON ......... 37 Latin Club 1,25 Band l. JILL ANDERSON ...... 37,60,61,91 Kayettes l,2,35 Latin Club 1,25 Officer 25 Band 1,25 Robed Choir 2,35 Officer 35 Swing Choir 25 Mixed Chorus 15 Officer 1. JAMES ARWINE ,.... 37,62,82,90,92 Keys 2,35 Youth Council 35 Robed Choir 2,35 Swing Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 15 Football 15 Wrestling 2,35 Track 15 Soph- omore Playg Junior Play. GEORGE AUSTIN ....... 37,75,86,124 G-Club l,2,35 Latin Club 15 Band l,2,35 Wrestling 1. CECILIA AVILA ....... 37,58,l21,123 Pep Club 25 Spanish Club1,25 Mixed Chorus 1. ROBERT AVILA .......... 37,122 Spanish Club 1. JANNET BALLINGER . . . 37,60,66,76,122 Kayettes l,2,35 Sugar Beet Staff 35 F.H.A. 2,35 French Club 1,25 Officer 25 Orchestra 1,25 Honor Orchestra 1,25 String Quartetl. BONNIE BARKER . . . 37,6O,76,77,l23 Kayettes 2,35 Sugar Beet Staff 2,35 Pep Club 2,35 Spanish Club 15 StudentCouncil3. SANDRA BARNETT . . 36,38,60,65,66,67, 73,74,86,l01,121 Kayettes l,2,35 Officer l,2,35 Buffalo Staff 1,25 Executive Staff 25 F.H.A. 1,2,35Officer 35 Pep Club l,2,35 Cheerleader l,2,35 Band l,2,35 Officer 35 Honor Orchestra 25 Pep Band 15 Robed Choir 25 Mixed Chorus 15 Class Officer l,2,35 Homecoming Queen's Attendant 1,2,3. CHARLES BARTON ..... 38,58,122 Spanish Club 15 Class Officer 1,2. JANET BECKER ............ 38 MANUEL BELTRAN ..,...., 38,122 'EVELYN BETTS . . . .... 38,58,122 F.H.A. 1. C,.L. BIRD ..... ...... 3 8,68,69 AULETTA BIRD . . . 38,64,66,70,71,77, ff ',-' 84,238,124 -'1.Kayettes 2,35 Youth Council 35 Buffalo -5,Staff 2,35 Executive Staff 35 Debate 35 .-,F.H.A. 2,35 Pep Club 25 Spanish Club 25 f",Officer 25 Orchestra 2,35 Officer 35 Honor y,Orchestra 2,35 String Quartet 2,35 Stuco 3. KAREN BOTT ....... 38,66,122,123 .Q,Kayettes 1,25 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 25 'f,Mixed Chorus 1. , SYDNIE BOWLING . . . 36,3s,60,61,64,66, 72,74,84,91,122 .,:,Kayettes l,2,35 Officer l,2,35 Buffalo Staff "'1 2 3' Executive Staff 2 3' F.H.A. 1 2 3' 5.-jLPk15 Club 1,2,35 Officer 2,35 cheerieadlef "'1',2,35 Band l,2,35 Officer 35 Honor Or- .-fichestra 1,25 Robed Choir 2,35 Swing Choir ,-25 Mixed Chorus 15 Class Officer 35 Home- 'coming Queen's Attendant 2. CAROLINE BOWYER .... 39,60,66,90 Kayettes l,2,35 Pep Club 25 Orchestra 1,25 Robed Choir 2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. EARL BRADY ....... , . 39,121,122 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3. TERRY BRECHEISEN ........ 39 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3. JOAN BRINKMEYER ..... 39,65,66,67 Kayettes 152,35 Buffalo Staff 2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Officer 2,35 Band l,2,35 Pep Band 1,25 Sophomore Play. JANE BROOKOVER . . . 39,66,73,86,89,124 Kayettes1,2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Clubl,2, 35 Band l,2,35 Honor Orchestra 1,25 Pep Band l,2,35 Sophomore Play. JOHN BROWN . ............ 39 MARILYN CALDWELL , . 39,6o,64,e6,e7, 86,89,124 Kayettes l,2,35 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Exec- utive Staff 2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Officer 1, 2,35 Pep Club 25 Band l,2,35 Pep Band 2,3. CHAROLETTE CAMERON . . . 39,60,73 Kayettes 35 Pep Club 35 Spanish Club 2. PAUL CAMBRON ......... 24,39 PAULA ALBERS CAMBRON ..... 40 THELDA CARROLL ...... . . 40,122 Kayettes 1. JONAS CASTLEBERRY . . 78 CAROL CHALMERS . . ...... 40 F.H.A. 1. YONDOLAN CLAUSEN . . 40,S8,60,61,64, 66,77,91 Kayettes l,2,35 Officer l,2,35 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Executive Staff 2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Cho- rus 15 Junior Play5 Student Council 3. GLENDA CLEVELAND . . . 40,60,65,86 Index SENIORS Kayettes 2,35 Buffalo Staff 35 Spanish Club 35 Band 2,35 Junior Play 3. KAREN COEN ....... 40,6O,80,9O,124 Kayettes l,2,35 Pep Club 15 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. JANET CONNORS COEN . . . 36,40,60,64, 86,89,90 Kayettes 1,2,35,BuffaQ Staff 2,35 Executive Staff 35 Latin Club 1,25 Band l,2,35 Pep Band 1,25 Robed Choir 25ClassOfficer2,3. GLENN ROBERT CORN, JR. ...... 40 JAMES COWGILL .........., 40,91 Latin Club 1 ,25 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Cho- rus 1. TED CRIST ..... 41,77,90,116,117 F.F.A. l,2,35 Robed Choir 2,35 RobedChoir Officer 35 Student Council 3. MARSHA CROTINGER . . . 41,60,66,73,123 Kayettes 35 F.H.A. 35 Pep Club 35 Triple Quartet 15 Original Oration 25 Mixed Chorus 25 Junior Play5 Student Council 25 Debate Society 15 President 2. LARRY DANIEL ........ 41,84,88 Band 1,25 Orchestra 1 ,2,35 Honor Orchestra 1,2,3. LEONA DATER . . 41,50,65,7O,71,80,91,124 Kayettes l,2,35 Buffalo Staff 35 Debate 2,35 Pep Club l,2,35 Cheerleader 25 French Club l,2,35 Officer l,2,35 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 15 Sophomore Playg Student Council 2. GARY DEIBERT .......... 41,84 Spanish Club 1,25 Orchestra l,2,35 Officer 35 Honor Orchestra 2,3. LINDA DE REMUS .... 41,60,66,90 Ka ettes l,2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Band 1,25 Robed Choir 2,35 Swing Choir 25 Mixed Chorus 1. PHILIP DICK ........... 36,41,77 F.F.A. 15 Spanish Club 15 Basketball 15 Intramural Basketball 25 Sophomore Play5 Junior Play5 Contest Play 35 Class Officer 35 Student Council 3. SHAROLYN DOUBRAVA . . . 41,60,72,73, 76,9O,91,12O,121,124 Kayettes l,2,35 Sugar B,e,eLStaff 35 Debate 15 F.H.A. 1,25 Pep Club l,2,35 Officer 35 Robed Choir 2,35 Swing Choir 25 Mixed Cho- rus 1. MILDRED DOUGLASS . . . 41,60,64,86,91 Kayettes l,2,35 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Exec- utive Staff 35 Pep Club 25 Band l,2,35 Pep Band 15 Robed 2,35 Swing Choir 25 Mixed Chorus 1. ROSE DREILING ............ 42 Mixed Chorus l. PATRICIA DUNHAM . . 42,60,65,86,l21,122 Kayettes 2,35 Buffalo Staff 2,35 Band 1,2,3. DARLENE DUVALL , ..... 42,60,73,91 Kayettes l,2,35 F.H.A. 1,25 Pep C1ub1,2,35 Spanish Club 1,25 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. FLETA DYER ....... 42,60,84,88,121 Kayettes l,2,35 F.H.A. 1,25 Orchestra 1,2, 35 Honor Orchestra 2,35 Robed Choir 25 Mixed Chorus 1. SHARON DAWN EDWARDS .... 42,66 Kayettes5 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 25 Mixed Chorus 15 Robed Choir 2. SHARON ETLING . . . 42,60,64,66,86,88 Kayettes l,2,35 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Exec- utive Staff 2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Officer l,2,35 Pep Club 25 Band l,2,35 Honor Orchestra l,2,35 Woodwind Quintet 1,2. BRAD FARR ........... 42,86,l23 Latin Club 25 Band l,2,35 Officer 35 Honor Orchestra 1,25 Pep Band1,25 Woodwind Quintet 1,25 Mixed Chorus 1. JANICE FIFE ...... 42,58,60,66,73,91 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 2,35 Spanish Club 15 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. ROBERT FINLEY ,.... 42,68,69,121,l24 F.F.A. l,2,35 Officer 3. STEVE FLOYD ............ 43 HELEN FOWLER . . . . . 43,120 CI-IERYL FRIZZELL . . . . 43 Latin Club 2. DIXIE FROGGATTE ........ 43,91 Kayettes 2,35 Pep Club 25 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus l. SHIRLEY GAEDE ........... 43 Kayettes 15 Robed Choir 35 Mixed Chorus 3. JOSEPH GARNER ......... 43.121 JANET GARVERT .......... 43,60 Kayettes l,2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. KENNETH GIBSON .......... 43 DWAYNE OILLAM , . . 43,64,108,l09,l24 Buffalo Staff 35 Executive Staff35 Wrestling 35 Junior Play. EDNA GOFF .......... . . . 24,44 DWIGHT GOSS . . ........... 44 Football 25 Basketball 15 Class Officer 15 Student Council 1. JANICE GRADY ...... 44,66,122,124 Kayettes 1,25 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 15 Mixed Chorus 1. LEE GREATHOUSE . . . 44,62,68,fg2,g3, Keys 2,35 F.F.A. l,2,35 Officer 35 G-Club 35 Football l,2,35 Student Council 3. ROBERT GUILLEN .......... 44 CHARLES HACKER . . 44,75,96,98,99,101, 103,104 G-Club l,2,35 Football l,2,35 Captain 3. JUDITH HAMMAN .... 35,44,60,64,66,67, 77,84,88,121 Kayettes l,2,35 Buffalg Staff l,2,35 Exec- utive 2,35 Co-Editor 35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Officer 2,35 Pep Club1,25 LatinC1ub 2,35 Orchestra l,2,35 Officer 1,2,35H0norOrchestra l,2,35 String Quartet l,2,35 Class Officer 25 Student Council 3. CAROL HAZLETT ........... 44 Kayettes 2,35 Pep Club 25 Mixed Chorus 1. EDWARD LEE HEBRLEE ..... 44,76 Keys 25 Junior Play. MARILYN HERING .... 45,60,66,73 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club1,2,35MixedChorus 1. J.C. HERRELL ........... 45,123 FRANK HEZMALL .... 45,58,62,70,91, 116,117 Kevs 35 Youth Council 35 Debate 2,35 Robed Choir 2,35 Officer 3. KENT HIGGS, ........... 45,69 Basketball 15 Track 1. JANICE I-IINKLE . . 45,58,6O,64,73,91,lffJi Kayettes 1,2,35Officer 35 Buffulg Staff 2,35 Executive Staff 35 Robed Choir 2,35Officer 35 Mixed Chorus 15 Latin Club l,2,35 Sophomore Play5 Junior Play. PHYL.L1S ANN HOLLOWAY .... 24,45,60, 66,73,86,121 Kayettes 2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 15 Band l,2,35 Junior Play5 Twirler 1. JIM HOOPER .......... 24,45,64 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Executive Staff 2,3. BOB HOPKINS ..... 45,70,71,82,91, 92,93,121,125 Youth Council 35 Buffalg Staff 25 Debate l,2,35 President35 Spanish C1ub1,25Officer 25 Robed Choir 2,35 Swing Choir 2,35 Boys' Quartet 35 Mixed Chorus 15 Track 15 Sophomore Play5 Junior P1ay5 Student Council 3. MARCELO HUERGO . . . 45,62,77,78,113 Keys 35 Spanish Club 35 Officer 35 Student Council 3. . EUGENE HUFF .......... 24,46 VURLYN HUMMER ........ 46,91 Robed Choir 35 Mixed Chorus 1. WILMA JEAN HUNT ....... 46,58 French Club 1. JACK JACOBS .... ...... 1 21 KENNETH JACOBS ......... 24,46 JAN JOHNSON ..... . . 46,60,66,121 Kayettes l,2,35 F.H.A. 1,2,3. VIRGINIA SUE JOHNSON .... 46,91 Youth Council 1,25 Buffalo Staff2,35 F.H.A. 25 Pep Club 25 Spanish Club 25 RobedChoir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. ROBERT JONES . . . 4,46,62,77,121,126 Keys 1,35 F.F.A. l,2,35 Student Council 35 President 3. ROBERT JOY .............. 46 SAM KEMPER . . .......... 76 DALE RENDALL ...... . . . 46,513,123 SUSAN RIDWELL . . .47,6o,64,o6,72,73,77, 80,246,120 Kayettes 2,35 Buffalo Staff 35 F.H.A. 35 PSP Club 2,35 Officer 35 French Club 2,35 Officer 35 Band 2,35 Officer 35 Student Council 35 Pompon Cor s 3. DENNIS KLEYSJTEUER .... 47,68,69,75, 77,90,96,9S,99,108,l09,121 Keys 35 Officer 35 F.F.A. 1,2,35Officer 2,35 G-Club l,2,35 Officer 35 Robed Choir 2,35 Football l,2,35 Wrestling l,2,35 Captain 35 Track 1,25 Student Council 35 Officer 3. BARBARA KNIGHT .......... A 47,90 Kayettes 15 F.H.A. 1,25 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. SHARON KOKSAL ......... 47,86,121 Kayettes l,2,35 Latin Club 1,25 Band l,2,35 Pep Band 1,25 Robed Choir 25 MixedChorus 1. DUANE KOSTER ........... 47,69 Football 1,2,3. EDWARD KRAUS ........ 47.62.123 Keys 15 Latin Club 1,25 Basketball15lntra- 129 mural Basketball 2,35 Track 1. JERRY KREBS .......... 47,64 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Executive Staff 2,3. SHARON KREUTZER .......,. 47,66 Kayettes 15 F.H.A. l,2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. DONALD LA GESSE ....,..... 47 LEON LARGENT . . . 35,48,64,75,77,98,123 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Executive Staff 2,35 Co-Editor 35 G-Club 2,35 Officer 35 Latin Club l,2,35 Officer 25 Football l,2,35 Wres- tling 25 Track 15 Student Council 3. GAIL LEE ........... 48,108,109 Wrestling 1,3. MARY KAY LEFORT . . . 48,60,66,121 Kayettes l,2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Latin Club 2,35 Officer 35 Mixed Chorus 1. PATRICIA LEOPOLD . . . 36,48,60,65,66, 67,72,73,77,120 Kayettes l,2,35 ,Buffalo Staff 35 F.H.A. 1, 2,35 Officer 35 Pep Club 35 Latin Club 1,25 Spanish Club 25 Band 15 Officer 15 Class Officer 2,35 Student Council 2,35 Officer 35 Pompon Corps 3., KENNETH LIERLE .......... 48,90 Debate 15 Robed Choir 2,35MixedChorus1. BARBARA LUDWIG . . . 48,60,66,76,123 Kayettes 1,35Sugu1 Beit Staff 35 Pep Club 15 Mixed Chorus 15 Sophomore Play 1. SANDRA MAHURON . . 48,60,65,77,86,89, 90,91,92,93,116,117 Kayettes l,2,35 Buffalo Staff 25 Band l,2,35 Officer 2,35 Honor Orchestra 1,25 Pep Band l,2,35 Robed Choir 2,35 Officer 35 Blue Notes 35 Swing Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 15 Student Council 3. DARRELL MANGAN ......... 48,58 VERNON MCCART ........ 48,64 Buffalo Staff 2,35 Executive Staff 35 Latin Club 2,3. WILLIAM McMILLAN .. . . 49,64,68,69 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Executive Staff 2,35 F.F.A. l,2,35 Officer 3. BUDDY MEAD ............ 49 JOYCE MEIER ........ 49,121,123 VICKI MERCER . . 49,58,60,70,71,76, 86,122,125 Kayettes l,2,35 Sugg,B,e,et Staff 25 Debate l,2,35 Officer 35 Pep Club 15 Spanish Club 1,25 Officer 25 Band l,2,35 Robed Choir 25 Mixed Chorus 1. GLORIA MESA ....... 49,58,66,73,90 MARY MESA . ......... 49,72,73,90 Pep Club l,2,35 Spanish Club 15 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 15 Pompon Corps 3. BILLIE MICKEY ............ 49 JUDITH MOLER .......... 49,91 Robed Choir 35 Mixed Chorus 1. LEONARD MOODY . . ., ..... . . . 49 JIMMY MUNOZ ............. 50 CHERYL NANNINGA . . 50,60,66,73,80,124 Kayettes 1,2535 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 35 French Club 2,35 Band l,2,35 Robed Choir 25 Mixed Chorus 1. MARTIN NUSSER ...... 50,90,116,1l7 F.F.A. l,2,35 Robed'Choir 3. JAMES OEDING .... 50,64,69,75,108,109 Keys 35 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Executive Staff 2,35 F.F.A. l,2,35 G-Club 2,35 RobedChoir 25 Wrestling 1,2,3. PAUL OHMES ............. 50 ALBERTA OLIVER .... SO,58,66,84,90 F.F.A. 35 Robed Choir 3. TONY ORNELAS . . 5 ......... 50 GLORIA OSTERBUHR .... 50,60,121,123 Kayettes l,2,35 F.H.A. 15 Spanish Club 25 Band 1,25 Mixed Chorus 1. HAROLD PARTIN ........... 50 ELAINE PEITZ ........ 51,58,66 Kayettes 15 F.H.A. l,2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. DON PENNY ........ 5l,62,63,77 Keyi Club 2,35 Officer 2,35 Youth Council 25 Buffalo Staff 25 Debate 15 Latin Club 1,25 Band l,2,35 Officer 35 Pep Band 1,25 Intramural Basketball 15 Sophomore Play. SHERIAN PETERS . . . 51,58,60,65,66,72, 73,90,92,93,116,117,l23 Kayettes l,2,35 Youth Council 35 Buffalo Staff 2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club l,2,35 Robed Choir 2,35 Blue Notes 2,35 Swing Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 15 Pompon Corps 3. PAUL PFEIFER ...... 5l,58,68,69 Buffalg Staff 1,25 Executive Staff 25 F.F.A. l,2,35 Officer 35 Latin Club 15 Intramural Basketball 2. ROSELEE PICKETT .... 51.60,90,121 Kayettes 2,35- Pep Club 25 Latin Club 2,35 Ro ed Choir 3. DIANE PILAND ..... 51,60,65,82,91,123 Kayettes l,2,35 Youth Council 35 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Pep Club 1.25 Latin Club 2,35 130 Officer 2,35 Robed Choir 35 Mixed Chorus 1. MICKEY PROBERTS ........ 51,61 ROBERT RAYNESFORD . . . 51,62,88,112 Key Club 35 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Executive Staff 2,35 Latin Club 1,25 Bandl,2,35 l-lonoi Orchestra l,2,35 Pep Band l,2,35 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 15 Sophomore Play5 Junior Play5 Class Officer 25 A.F.S. Student to Germany 2. SUSAN REEVES .......... 5l,66,76 Sugar Beet Staff 35 F.H.A. 3. NANCY RENFRO . . .52,6O,66,72,73,91,92, 93,124 Kayettes l,2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 1, 2,35 Officer 35 Spanish Club 1,25 Officer 25 Robed Choir l,2,35 Blue Notes 2,35 Swing Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. TERRY RHODES . . 52,58,86,96,98,121,122 G-Club 35 Spanish Club 1,25 Band 1 ,2,35 Pep Band 1,25 Football 35 Basketball 15 Intra- mural Basketball 35 Track 1,2. ARMANDO ROCHA . . . 52,64,75,76,77,122 123,124 Buffglq Staff l,2,35 Executive Staff 2,35 G- Club l,2,35 Officer 35 Track 1,2,3. DOUGLAS SAGE . . 52,75,82,96,98,99,10g6 1 ,Buffalgg Staff 25 G-Club 35 Football l,2,35 Wrestling 1,2,3. VAN SALYER ....... 52,75,86,121 Keys 15 Youth Council 25 Buffalo Staff 25 G-Club l,2,35 Band l,2,35 Honor Orchestra 25 Pep Band 35 Football 15 Track l,2,35 Captain 3. TERESA SAMBRANO . . . 52,86,88,89,121 Kayettes 35 Debate 15 Pep Club 35 Latin Club l,2,35 Band l,2,35Officer1,2,35l-lonor Orchestra 2,35 Pep Band l,2,35 Brass En- semble 2,3. NORBERT SANDERS . . . 52,62,65,120,123 Keys 35 Buffalg Staff 35 Intramural Basket- ball 253. JERRY SCHREIBVOGEL ......... 52 MARK SCOTT. . .52,58,75,108,lO9,123,124 F.F.A. l,2,35 Officer 25 G-Club l,2,35 Football 15 Wrestling l,2,35 Track 1. WINSTON SCOTT . . . 53,58,75,96,98,99, 101,108,109 G-Club 2,35 Officer 35 Spanish Club 25 Football l,2,35 Co-Captain 35 Wrestling 2,35 Track l,2,35 Co-Captain 3. ALICE SHEA . . . 53,60,78,80,84,88,124 Kayettes 2,35 Latin Club 25 French Club 2,35 Spanish Club l,2,35 Officer 2,35 Or- chestra 1,2,35 Officer 35 Honor Orchestra l,2,35 Sophomore Play5 Junior Play. JIM SIMMONS ..,........ 53,523,122 Debate 35 French Club 25 Band 1 ,2,35 Officer 25 Honor Orchestra 15 Pep Band l,2,35 Intramural Basketball l,2. CHARLES SMITH .... 53,58,76,96,99 Keys 25 Latin Club 1,25 Football l,2,35 Intramural Basketball 2,35 Sophomore Play5 Track 1. CONNIE SMITH .......... 24,53,76 STERLING SMITH ............ 53 F.F.A. l,2,35 Officer 2. YVONNE SMITH ............ 53,66 Kayettes 35 Youth Council 35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Spanish Club 25Mixed Chorus 1. DIANNA SNELL ........ 53,60,91,121 Kayettes l,2,35 ,Buffalo Staff 25 Pep Club 15 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. MELVYN SPERRY ., .......... 53 Wrestling 1. VERLA SPILMAN ...... . . 24,54,120 F.H.A. 15 Robed Choir 2. EUGENE SPOR .......... 1 24,54,l21 VIVIAN SPRINGER ..... 54,66,90,124 F.H.A. l,2,35 Robed Choir 3. LEE SROUFE ........... 54,60,64 Kaye u l,2,35 Buffgo Staff 2,35 Executive Staff 35 Latin Club l,2,35 Mixed Chorus 15 Sophomore Play. SAUNDRA STEELE . . 54,60,64,66,77,84,88, 91,92,93 Kayettes l,2,35 Buffalu Staff 2,35 Executive Staff 35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Orchestra l,2,35 Officer l,2,35 Honor Orchestra l,2,35 String Quartet 1,35 Robed Choir 2,35 Blue Notes 35 Swing Choir 35 Mixed Chorus 15 Student Council 3. SHERRY STONE ..... 54,60,65,66,90,9l Kayettes 152,35 Officer 25 Buffa1QStaff 35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Robed Choir 35 MixedChorus 1. LEONARD STOPPEL .......... 54 DONALD STRONG ....... - . . . 54,123 JOAN STUCKER . . . 54,65,66,80,82,86,124 Kayettes 1,25 Youth Council35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Officer 25 Pep Club 1,25 French Club 2,35 Band 1,25 So homore Play. KATHLEEN SSGHRUE . . 55,60,61,65,66, 72,73,74,77,100,10I,121 Kayettes l,2,35 Officer 2,35 Buffalo Staff 2,35 Executive Staff 35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club l,2,35 Officer 1,35 Cheerleader 1,2535 Spanish Club 25 Mixed Chorus 15 Officer 15 Class Officer 15 Student Council l,2,35 Football Homecoming Queen 35 Basketball Queen's Attendant l,2. MARGARET SUGHRUE . . S5,58,60,64,66, 67,73,74,77,10l,123 Kayettes l,2,35 Buffalo Staff l,2,35 Exec- utive Staff 2,35 Debate l5 F.H.A. l,2,35Offi- cer 2,35 Pep Club l,2,35 Cheerleader 2,35 Mixed Chorus 15 Officer 15 Sophomore Play5 Junior Play5 Class Officer15 Student Coun- cil 2,35 Homecoming Queen's Attendant 3. JOHNNIE SULLIVAN ..... 24,55,121 Kayettes 15 F.H.A. 1,2. JUDITH SWARTLEY . . . 55,60,65,66,73,86 Kayettes 2,35 Buffim Staff 35 F.H.A.35 Pep Club 2,35 Band 2,35 Pom-Pom Corps 3. KENNETH THOMAS ...... 55,120,121 WILLIAM TOLBERT . . 55,62,75,96,99, 108,109 Keys 15 G-Club l,2,35 Officer 35 Football l,2,35 Intramural Basketball 15 Wrestling l,2,35 Track 1,2,3. DONALD TOWNS .......... 24,55 Keys 15 F.H.A. l,2,35 Football 15 Track 15 Sophomore Play5 Junior Play. DONNA TOWNS ........... 55,121 Ka ettes 1,25 F.H.A. 1,25 Spanish Club 15 Rolled Choir 25 Mixed Chorus l. ROBERTA UNDERWOOD ....... 55 French Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 1. SUSAN VANCE . . . 56,60,65,70,77,82,121, 122,125,127 Kayettes l,2,35 Officer 2,35 Youth Council 2,35 Buffalo Staff 2,35 Executive Staff 35 Debate l,2,35 Latin Club 2,35 Officer 25 Sophomore Play5 Junior Play5 Contest Play 1,35 Student Council 2,3. VICKI JO VINCKIER . . 56,60,72,73,122.123 Kayettes 35 Pep Club 35 Latin Club 35 PomponCor s 3. KAY VON' SCHIQILTZ .... 56,60,90 Kayettes 35 French Club 15 Robed Choir 2,35 Mixed Chorus 1. MARY WAGNER ....... 56,58,90 Kayettes l,2,35 Officer 35 Pep Club 15 Spanish Club 25 Robed Choir 2,35 Officer 35 Mixed Chorus 15 Officer 3. RUTH WAGNER .... 56,78,82,84,88,91,92 Kayettes l,2,35 Officer 35 Youth Council 1,35 Officer 35 Debate 25 Pep Club 15 Spanish Club 2,3, Orchestra 1,2,3, Officer 2,35 Honor Orchestra l,2,35 String Quartet l,2, 35 Robed Choir 2,35 Officer 25 Blue Notes 2,35 Mixed Chorus 25 Student Council 2. RICHARD WALLACE . . . 36,56,75,77, 96,99,108,109,122,123 G-Club 2,35 Footba111,2,35 Wrestling1,2,35 Track 1,25 Class Officer 35 Student Council 3. MARY ANN WALTZ ..... . . . 56,66 Kalyettes 1,25 F.H.A. 2,3, VYR WARREN .... . .... 56,122 LARRY WASSON ........... 56 Intramural Basketball 2. JAMES WEBB . . . 57,62,63,75,96,98,99, 108,109 Keys 2,35 Officer 35 G-Club l,2,35 Officer 35 Football l,2,35 Wrestling 1,2535 Captain 2,3, BILL WEBBER ........ 120,122 Debate 35 Intramural Basketball 35 Band 3. JAMES WELLS ......... 57,64,86 B-uffgo, Staff l ,2,35 Executive Staff2,35 Band l,2,35 Honor Orchestra 25 Basketball 1,25 Intramural Basketball 35 Track 1. RONALD WELLS ......... 24,57,121 Junior Play. RONALD WHITEHURST . . . 24,57 Wrestling 1. PHILIP WIEBE .......... 57,123 Basketball l,2. BUDDY WILLIAMS . . . 57,62,63,75,77,89, 96,99,12l Keys 2,35 Officer 35 F.F.A. 2,35 G-Club 2,35 Band 2,35 Pep Band 35 Football 2,35 Wrestling 25 Track 25 Student Council 3. DENNIS WING .............. 123 SHIRLEY WOLFF . . . 57,6O,76,86,90,l22 Kayettes l,2,35 igar Beet Staff 2,35 Band l,2,35 Robed Choir 35 Mixed Chorus 1. VICTOR WOODARD ........ 57,122 Wrestling 1. GENE WRIGHT . . . 57 John Acosta . ........ 27,28,l22 Jack Alexander . . . 27,62,78,79,102,115,l20 Roy Anderson . . Dean Angeles . . . Richard Arnold . Joseph Arellano . Kenneth Armstrong Orvilla Atkinson . Henry Avila . . . Lucy Avila . . . Jo Ann Baker . . Ronald Baker . . Jean Ballinger Darlene Bauer . . Ramona Ba er y ..... Gerald Belknap . 27,69 .....27,84,124 .....27 ....27,78 27 ..27,67,8l,90 27,79,89 . . . . . 27,90,122 27 60 67 .' 27.,6.2,.64,79:96,108,109 24,27,60,80,84 .26,27,60,79,81,121 . 27,60,67,73,74,90 27 Henry Bentrup . , 27,64,70,80,86,88,115,124 Mary Bergkamp . , 27,60,65,72,73,80,90,12l Pat Bergkamp . Donatti Bertram . Robert Blackwood Dorene Bland . . Louise Bodam . . Beccy Brooks . Alfreda Brungardt ' ' Gary Brungardt . James Bunney . . Arthur Carr . . Janice Cleaver . Wayne Collins John Courtney . . Carole Cowan . Gary Crawford . . Becky Crook . 27,60,65,72,73,77,91 . . . . . . 27,67,90 27,65,68,69,70,l20 . . . . . 27,73,76 . . 27,67,86,88,89 . 28,60,67,73,91 .......28 . ..,.. 28 ....28,62,96 ......28,124 . . . 28,60,67,86,124 28 90 .' .' isQs9,23e',1bi,io3,i22 28,60,67,84,88,115 .........28,121 28,60,67,74,101,l15 Douglas Crotty .28,62.70,75,86,88,89,122 Cristobal Cruz .... Henry Cruz , . . Jack Curtis 28 28 62 65 79102 115 Mary oaie . f '28,6O',65,67,73,78,82,91:115 David Davis . . . Karen Davis . . . Wanda Davis . . . Kenneth Dechant . . . 28,62,86,l02,124 .......28,8l .......28,67 ..... . . 24,28,121 James Dougherty 24,28,62,65,79,96, 102,120 Marjorie Dunn . .... 28,60,80 Harry Ebaugh . . . ....... . . 28 Sondra Eisenbise 29,60,65,7O,71,82, 84,90,92 Linda Ellington . 29,60,90,92 John Escalada . . ..,..... 29 Joel Estrada ............ 29,122 Daniel Fankhauser . 26,29,62,77,90, 96,98 Douglas Fansler . . 29,62,65,75,78,90,l20 David Finke .... . . 29.76.80,96,123 Rhea Foster . . 29,62,86,88,89,9l,92,93, 102,120 Edna Friesen . . John Garcia . Manuel Garcia Marcella Garcia Linda Garton . . Kathy Geier . . Ruth Ann Gibson Terry Gigot . . Verlin Goss . . Darwin Gray . Michael Anstaett . Verna Armantrout Jowilla Arwine . Carla Ashburn . Henry Avila . Dean Ball . . . Shirley Bates . Kenneth Bauer . Gary Beach .... Geraldine Beltran Paul Beltran . . . Cheryl Bentley . . Jerry Bieker . . . 29,67 . . . 29 . 29,123 29,67 . 29,60,64,79,90 . 29,67,73,80,10l . . . . . . . 121 .. 29,68,69,91 . . . . . 78,122 .. 29.96,109,123 17,24 . . 17,61,67,78,122 . . . . l7,67,94 . . . . . 17,67 . . . . . 24,86 . . 17,69,96,108 . . . . . , 17,67 .. l6,17,24,65,79 17,24,78,93,94,108 . . . . . 17,78,94 . . . . . . 17,24 . . 17,6l,7l,78,122 . ..... 17,124 Betty Billings ...,.... l7,24,67,94 Carolyn Birkholz . . 17,6l,79,81,94 Douglas Birkle ............ 17,65 Pauline Block . . 17,24,61,65,67,70,93,94, Gilbert Bowyer . . Sue Bradford . 122,124 ........17,93,94 17 24 67 Cheryl Brecheiseff I I i7Q221,61',cJs,66Ie7I94 Barry Brown . . Glendene Brown Lola Brown . . . Jacqueline Brown Roger Brunson . . Rosemary Carr . Erma Castleberry Jerry Christensen Terry Clark . . . Jeanie Coates . . Bill Collier . . Constance Congdon' ' A Frankie Connors Robert Cooper . 15,17,62,65,93,94 67 ........17 .....17 ......17 ..17,24,67,94 17,24 . 16,l8,93,94Q96 . l8,24,69,121 . . . . . . . . 18 . . . .18,24,65,86 . . . 18,70,86,94,122 18,6l,65,67,73,94 . . . . . 18,86,94 JUNIORS John Green . Nancy Grimsley' ' I ' Eugene Gross .. Terry Handy . . . John Hanson . . Ronald Harman . Larry Harrison . . Dixie Hays .... Marcella Heili . . Judith Henry . . . . . . . 29 . 24,29,94 . . . . 29,124 . . . .29,l2O,122 29 . 29,90,96,l21,124 ........29 .....,30,67 24 30 Delores Hermocillo ......... 30,78 Jerome Horning . . 30,62,86,102,l03,ll5,l23 John Howard .... Kay Jacobs . . . Larry Jefferson . ........30,76,l21 24,30 30 Marilyn Kaye Jennings ....... 30,67,90 Harvey Johnson . . Michael Johnson . Walter Johnson . . Lanny Jones . . James Keim . . .... . .. 30,82,86 . . . 30,75,90,92,93,96, 98,99,102,103,104 30,62 . . . . 30,86,115 . . . . 30,82,86,115 Patrick Keller .. . 30.62,74,75,79,91, 96,98,l02,l03,l04,120 Anne Kendall ............. 30 Curtis Kinney . . . . . . . 30,62,102,103 Delores Kleysteuber , . 3O,60,65,67,73,74, Clark Lee ..... Dana Leonard . . Margaret Lile . . Gretchen Lockwood Mike Ludwig .. Harold Mai . . . Cheryl Marsalis Pamela Marshall Richard Masoner Leora Martin . . 86,91 . . . 30,l08,lO9,l24 30 .. 3O,60,65,76,80,l24 , . . 3o,s0,115,124 91,9e,120 ....... 30,es,69 , . 30,60,78,80,81,9l . . 2c,31,o0,ee,67,72, 73,90 . . 31,62,75,79,9l,92, 93,96,98,99,102,l03,104 . z6,31,eo,s2,s4,ss,90, 92,93 LaVerne McLinn . . ........ 31,69 Cheryl Meeker . . Ruth Mesa . . . John Meschke . . Charlotte Miller Pete Mitschler . Mildred Moody . Johnnie Morgan . Wilber Motley . Gary Mueller . Janice Nusser Ramona Ohmes . Doris Oliver . Anita Orozco . Tony Orozco . Sam Palen . Gary Palmer . Mary Park . Lanny Pauley . . Jack Penny . . Frank Petefish . Dennis Petrus . . Rita Pickett . . Phillip Porter . Thomas Purdy . . Larry Quint . . . . . 31,60,67,86,88,90 .......31,122 , . 31,62,96,102 . . 31,60,67,72,73 .. 24,31,115,l2l . . 31,60,67,90 . . . 31.60,67,86 ..... 31,91,121 31,96 . . 31,60,67,7O,73,122 31,67 . . . . . . 31,67 . . . . 31,90 . . . . . 31,78 . 24,31,76,120 . . . . . 31,96 . . . . . 31,123 . . 96,l02,l03,1l5 . . . 24,31,1l5 . . . . . . . 31,92 ........32,l15 . 32,60,73,79,1l5,12l , ....... 115 . . . . . . . 32.76 . . . . . . , 32,121 SOPHOMORES Joe Bill Corn ..... , l8,65,86,89,l20 Richard Crook ........... l8,93,94 Mary Kaye Crotinger . . 18,6l,73,86,94,l01 Thomas Dale ..... . . . 18,62,94,96 Scotty Davis . . . Sue Deaver . . . Ronald Delker . Douglas Dew . Ernie Diaz . . . Kenneth Dreiling Wardell Earle . . Karen Elliott , . Cheryl Etling . . . . . 18,65,79,93,94,96 . 18,6l,65,67,72,73,94 . . . . . . l8,96,120 . . . . 18,70,86,122 . . . . 18,120 . . . . 24,120 . . . . . . . . . 18 . . . . 18,65,67,86,124 18 6l,65,78,86,88,89 Michael Foster . .' f . 18,69,86,96,l20,121 Douglas Friesen Roger Friesen . . 18,24,70,86 18,69 Gerald Gaede . .... ....... 1 8 18 24 65 79 86 Sammy Garbo . . . Jim Garcia .... Nancy Garner . . Ronald Goetz . . . Merna Goodrick Eugene Gonce . . Irene Gonzales. . Shirley Goff . . Diana Gou h . . Carol Gragy . . . Gerald Greathouse Jimmy Grenz . Carlos Green . . . Nick Guerrero . Margo Guillen . Jane Hamman . Orvil Hays . . Eileen Heine . 18,24,93,94,l08,109,120 . . 19,61,67,73,74,lO5 . , . . . l9,67,94 . . 19,24,79,96 . . . 19,24 . . . 19,67,94 . . . . . 19,24 . . 19,61,78,94,l22 . , . . . l9,69,l08 . . . . 19 . . . . . 19,78,96 . . . . . . . . 121 , . . . . . l9,67,121 . l9,61,65,67,78,122 19,96,l20 . . . l9,24,67,86 Larry Ratzlaff . . Edwin Reed . Mary Regan . John Renick . George Rice . . Dwane Rintoul . . Trinidad Rocha . 24,25,32,62,65,75,79, 96,98,99 32,62,64,79,86,88,89 ... . . . , 32,60,l15 32,76 24,32 32,82,86 32,67,79 John Roper ,.... 32,62,65,77,79,86,88, 89,90,93,1l5,123 Elizabeth Salter . . . 25,32,60,65,67,80,81, 91,121 Norman Scheuchzer ......... 32,90 Paul Schneider . . . ..... 32,124 Ellen Schoor ......... 32,60,67,81 Robert Schrader ......... 32,62,70 Vicki Schroeder . . 32,60,67,73,86,9O,92,93 John Sheehy . . . ..... 32,90,96,12l Richard Simpson . . 32,62,75,96,122 Sandra Sims . . ..... 32,60,88,9l Charles Skilling ............. 32 Peggy Smith .... 32,60,64,79,91,115,l24 Ronald Smith .... 24,33,102,115,124 Sara Smith . . . 33,60,65,67,78,86,9l Shirley Smith . . Carole Snyder . Peggy Spikes . Nancy Sterling . Richard Stoner . Larry Strauss . Walter Sturgeon Phyllis Strickert ' Patty Sughrue . . Gale Sullivan .. Inez Taylor .... Suzanne Thiessen . Joe Torres .... Carol Towns . . . Dale Towns . . Melvin Trice . . Richard Turner . . Larry Ulrich . . . Larry Underwood . Victoria Valenzuela Karen Walsh . . . Larry Ward . . Bruce Warner . Douglas Weber . Louise Weldon . Wanda Wells . Robert Werner . James Wheatley . William Wheeler SuzAnn White . . Coleen Whitehurst 33,67 33,6O,73 . . . 33,67,91 . . 33,6O,78,91 . . 33,62,96,121 . . 24,33,80,86 33 33,60 26,33,60,64,67,73,74 90,115 . . . . 33,86 . .... 33,91,120 . . 33,6O,67,8l,91 . . . . . . . . . 33 . . 33,60,67,80,9O . . . . . . . 33 . . . . . . . . . 33 . . 33,65,75,79,90 . . . . . . 33,69 . .... 33,102,120 . . . . 33,60,78,122 . . . . . .. 33,60,91 . 34,65,70,71,86,125' . . 34,69,96,108,109 . . . 34,65.75,96,108 34,60,73,76,86,89,121 . . . . . . 34,67,8l,90 34,62,65,70,75,79,96, 98,124,125 . . 34,62,64,79,80,86, 102,103 . . . . . . 34,86 34 60,65,79,115 I I 3i,eo,e7,79,9o Judy Widows ......... 34,60,73,90 Beth Wilson . . Donald Wilson . Claudia Witman 34,60,65,72,73,78,84, 88,91,92,93 34,104 . 34.90.121 Dean Wolfe .. .2'6,.34,62:64,70,71,79,l25 Maril n Wri ht Y 8 - Robert York . . . Diana Zirkel . David Heinemann Charles Hett , . Mary Higgins . . . Thomas Howard Ruth Humphrey BobHunt 34 34,69 . 34,6O,76,80,l24 . . . 19,24,70,96,122 . . . . 19,24,65,79,86,89 . l9,24,61,65,67,73,86 19,24,94 19,94 . . . . , 19,615,124 Ronald Huxtable . l9,24,62,65.7'9,86, 102,103 Gary Jefferson . . ..... 19,24 Rebecca Jennings . . . 19,2434 James Johnson . . 19,24,79,36 John Johnson . . . . . 20,96 Janet Johnston . . . 20,24,94 Gale Jones . , . . 2O,24,86 Richard Jones . ,..... 20,24,94,l20 Allen Joy ............. 20,24 Sharon Kells . 20 24 61 65,67,94,l20 Jams King . . . 20,.24,61,,66',67',72,73.86,120 Linda Krebs ...... Marietta Largent Thomas Le Gate Le Roy Leighty 20,61,67,86,94 , , , , , 20,65,67,94 . . . . . . zo,s6,1os . , 20,24,96,108,109 Corrine Lenz ........ 20,6l,67,73,86 Susan Leonard . . . 20,24,61,66,67,73,94 Donald Lile .......... 20,69,120 Carol Litzenberger James Mader . LaDonna Mai . . . Kenneth Mangan . Sharon Manley , Duane Marine . Judith Mathews . Rebecca Mayo . . . . . . . 20,67.94 . . . 20 . . . 20,67,86 . . . . . . . . 20 . . 20,24,6l,65,67 82,94 . . . . 20,94,96 . . . . . 20,65,67,94 . , 20,61,67,72,73,,94 'x tim' 1 Wynnk' Sie IX, .V 2O,61,6 3.86.8 , ' 1 Carol N Roger ins Eu ene ewberry Ju it Oeding 921 12 I Alice Rupp ....... Linda Russell , . . Richard Sandoval . . . 22,61 22,24,6l,67,70,122 22,75,96,l08,l09 Virginia Sandoval . ....... 22,78 Nancy Pierce . 2l,24,6l,67,79,93,94 X, 93.94, Gail Powers . . ......... 21,24 51 MCC ..... Xl 20,24,69,108 Blenda ob s . . 21,24,6l,67,73,86,89 inga cC0y4hu .......... 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GEO GE AUER P U BECKETT 21.24.96,l . . ...... . 2 . .fMQl,6l,65,67.73,86 3 . . . . 21,e1,67,s4.94 4, ...., 21,e7,73,86 21,62 21,67 . 21,61 5167,73,93.94 ..... ..21,24,67 10,14.24 '. '. '. . 10,14 .. ...... l0.14,122 V BERING ' . ...... 10.14 JO URNSIDX-P . . .... . 3 CARO N CAS . . . . . l0.14,6O ALBE OPP . . . . l0,14,63,123 MA EL NLEY ......,.. 114 DA E ' T . . . l0.14.63,96,102.lO3 HE A LE . CE DAVIS . . JO DICKERSON WAYNE DICKERSON. '. . .' . '. ALBERT DIMMITT ANDREW ERHART BERNIECE FRY . DALE GIBSON . .. .... 10,14,124 ll 14 108,109,124 1l,l4,96 . .... 1l,14,62 . ...... 3 . . . . . . . . . . 11 11,66 MAX GOLDSBERRY' . . . l1.14,ll5,123 ROSEMARY GOTTSCHALK ..... 11.66 CARL GUSTAFSON LLOYD HAAG . . . . ..... .114 3,82 Gary Schnurr . . . . . 22,24,96,l20 Randy Seay . . ,..., . . 22,69 Donna Selover . 22,6l,65,73,78,86, 93,94,122 Rudy Servantez .......... - 22.120 Shere Shaw . . . l6,22,6l,65,67,78,86,89 Larry Shea ........... 22,94,l20 Connie Siemsen . . . . . 22,61 ,79,81,86,94 Karen Simmons ........ 22,61 ,73,79 FACULTY MARVIN HAMMAN .... .... 1 1,14 RICE HEBREW ...... ...... l 14 SCOTT I-IELWIG ....... 12,l4,78,122 KENNETH HENDERSON CLYDE HIEBERT . . . RAY HINER ..... LEROY HOOD . . DUDLEY HORTON . . JULIUS HULTQUIST LELAND KENDALL LAVAUN MAHURON ' .' ' PAUL MASONER . . . BETH MILLSAP . . . PEGGY NAIL .... . . DEAN NOLTE . . . . . . . . . . 114 . . . . l3,14,122.125 DOUGLAS OVERLAND SYLVIA PAASCH . . . ALMA PROUDFIT . . . LYDIA OUINT . HELEN REED . DALE ROARK . , . , l2,14,24,68 , , l2,63,80 , 12,l4,58,lO2 . . . 2,3,4,5 , 12,l4,76 12,I4,91,95 . . 12,120 .. 9 3 12 , , , , l3,84,88 . . . . 9.123 , . 13,141,124 . . . . 114 . . . . . . 3,9 . . 13,63,l24 Sharon Simmons . . . 22,24,6l,73,79 Beth Sims ..... . . . 22,24,61,67,84,94 John Smith . ......... 22,24,12O Kathy Smith . . . 23,6l,66,67,73,86,93,94 Larry Smith . . .' ........... . 23 Robin Sroufe . 23 61 79 94 Donna Stillwell .'. 'z'3,'z4,61Q6i,79,63,f54,i2o Roger Stoner .. l6,23,65,86,88,89,96,l20 Bernard Strasser . . . Joyce Thompson . Rosita Torres .... Nancy Townsend , . . Randy Unger ...... Anna Marie Valenzuela Carlyne Ward . . . Richard Wasinger . . Sandra Whaley . . Linda Whitlock . . Harold Wilken . Larry Wilken . . Patricia Williams . . Sandra Wince .... Lou Yeadon ..... 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