Moundridge High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Moundridge, KS)

 - Class of 1947

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Slude-nt, Ga-u1'gv Pvuhudy, Nashville-, Te-flIll'SHvu' 4 f ,f D.. ,f,-'.M. 7,--.,-,gs . -5.-N. Maine , , . ..-1 v "Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime And departing leave behind us Foolprints . . " . ,,,, R Wa., .,..,.... Q Jw.-wad .,,.....2L I W-44 v.W.,.,. lvilwsumm, --.4Q....,,1 Hmm . Ah. iw f::r:,.,A..Q.-M .,. Ufdiiii Q 5126011 MASQ VV ESTERMAN ,1 "XYhal Pu- ln-Q-n Iallulll Pvl- l'mp.mttl-n, XYhal -I '-'fiy l know Vw- :ln-ssl-al." f'll1ll'llS :xml lil:-v Ulull 1,ZI.l: llaml 1: .lllllllll Q Q ' 3 , " Play: K'lI!1ll'Sl Play l: Svnior Play: All-Sa-llllnl ,ji Play li S-lniur Vlass l'r1-sid:-nl: 'l'r'a4-li 1.2.32 Q. A-,,.. .V l7la.slu-lhall l.12,fl,lI l"u0tlw:lll l,11,3.l2 Slllllvlll ' Unlllwil l. M l.':1,x BETH flUElllNKl "Hum-rally SlH'Illfilllf.l', :l wwman is I-f"ll1'l'1lllX' spl-aklnuf' wlllll-as ana f:l.-.- Vlull 1,121.11 llanfl Il,l: Hand J , 'l'wirll-r fl,lg fll'I'lll'Sll'2l I: Y-'l'l-4-n l.1Z,2l: Vall- , 5 invt 1: .lllurnallsm l: llumw lllv, Vlull lt .lun- H il-r Play: Se-nim' Play: Uonll-sl Play l: QYJISS X Ylf-1--l'r+'sivnl li Annual Staff l. ' V M A Rl :1 E C l lc .x ll li R "A lllil'TllllI' rlispllsillnn full lvl' 1-lu-vr. l'X'l'l'X :lay nl' lllv month. Q-vvry munlh ol' thl- ye-:1l'." l'llfll'llS and file-lf Vluh l.2,Il.l: llanll l.1!,Il.l: - 'Q fr Q U1-wlln-sll':a l,1!.Cl.l1 Pl-p Flulm 1.2: Vlw--l'l'o-sl- 'i dl-nl 22,11 Y-'IH-1-n 1.2. Uallinvt fl: 'l'r4-asurn-r l: ,,,. ,D .ll-urnalism l l-Iditur: .luniur Play: S"lllUl' l'laYZ Ulass vll'l'-l'l'l'Sllll'hI Il: Sl-4'r4-tarv I: x 3' Rf. 'RS'-4 . wk :W , u Sv X 'gl 7? 5 w 5 frf :Q W' Y 'Y' 1 l "?.'.'f" .nnuznl Staff' l: lfm-l-nsics l. ' ' Imlras lililillllllil. "Finale-, sal.-, and still Satisflw-ll." f'll0I'llS and lllw- Ulull l.2.Il.l: llaml l.2,Il,l: Hrvlll-sll':l l.2,Il,l2 .lournallsm l: .luniur Play: Ponte-st Play li Sl-niur Play: All-Svluml Play 1: Plass S1'4'l'4'l2ll'Y 1: 'l'n-:lsllxy-1' l: Has- kvtlvall l,2.2l.l: 'Fran-k Ll: l"4mIl1:lll l.2,l: Rasa-lmll I: Hi-Y l: Annual Staff l. Neva IANE FLICKNER "Howl naturwl, 1'0ln'l--wus, and warn:-sl." l'lwl'lls and fill-4' Vlulr l.2,fl.l: lland l,ZI,l: Y-'l'l'l'nS l.2.3.l. 65" Lms Fl'1.K ""v-n urn- llllDl'I'l.l'1'l c'l'v:lt1ll'vs, ww must not tha-n 1-xpl-ct thvm to ln- ang:-ls." Plxorlls -and Gln-v Pluh 12.3.15 Y-To-4-ns I" 'l fl' .lUlll'nZlllSlll 3,41 Hlunv liz: Pluh 22.3, Sw-l 'alnl 'l'l'1'?lS.. -4 Vivo-l'rw-slflvrlt: .luniur Play: All' Sl-lmlll Play 11 Hunt'-st Play ll. QQ MARVIN CQEHRING Hliatlwr quil-t, and llncllnm-rn--rl." l'l1orus and film- Pluh l.2.l: l".l".A. 1. CLARENCE fl0ERING "God hle-ss thv- man that invl-nic-d sl:-vp." Churus and film- Ulub l.2,-lg l".l".A. l,2,Il,-lg Hi-Y l. anion MARIKDRIE c?UERlNG "fliv1- hm' :my task to du. shwll nvyor quit until shi-'s fhl'0llFYll." Churus zinil Ulm- Cluh 1.13.42 Ui'cl11'sll':i 1.2, 1: Y-'IR-1-n 1.2.32 Cuhinvt l: .lunior l'l:ly: Svnim- l'lny: Annual Stuff 4. flRVlLLE Guuiuxc "lily dutivs us n :cntli-nuin lmvc m-vi-r intvr- l'4-rvd with my plz-asurv." Chorus :mil Gia-v Club l.2,3.l: Hi-Y l: i".l".A. 12.3.41 Junior l'l:1y: S1-nim' Play. Hfuun' Cliuimii "lim-V:-1 hw mvrry, for tmnurruw is Ll history ll-Sl." Chorus and Glvu Club l.2,3,l: I1'.l+'.A. 1.2.32 luvsidvnt I: 'l'l':u'k 1: lfli-Y 1.2 Nlal.suN K Erru URAVEL "I"rfnn my ln-nrt I givo thm- joy, l was unu- :I lmslslifitl h0y." Chorus :xml Ulm- Club l.2.4: Band 1.2,Ml: Ur' clivstlwx 1: Junior l'l:iy: All-School Play 11 S1-nim' Play: Forvnsivs 2. Dwium' luuNsnN "'l'ln- girls uw fin--, but thi-y du not undvr- Hlnml mo." Chulus und Ulm- Club 2.34: Band 3.4: Oi'- vlivslia 3.1: Hi-Y 1.2: l".l4'.A. -l. Tum Ii:uxsnN "1 tvll you thi-y nn-1-il mon- nu-n like IHC." Chorus and Glu' Club 1.2.3.-l: Band 1.2.3.4: Um-ln-str':1 l,2.3.4: Junior l'luy: All-School l'l:iy -11 Svniur l'lay: Track 1.2.3,4: Buskvt- :mill ::2l.f!.c: lfmmtlmll l.2.3.'l: llusvball 4: Hi-Y VEIKNA IQAUFMAN "Happy :un l. why an-n't thvy ull r-untvntml Iilu- nw." Churus and Gln-o Club l.2.3.4: Orchostrzi 2.3, 4: Y-'l'1'l'!lS 1.2,3.4: Junior Play. Dmum ix' "Haus" KREHBIEL "l'olluf und poppy-plus pw-rsomility-That's X "l'Ivrh." Chorus :lnsl Give Club 1.2.3.-1: Orchestra 1.2, 3.1: IN-p Club 1.2.3.4: Y-Teens 1.2.31 Cabinet 4: Junior Play: Svnior Play. :Mix A Q V Fm in " ,.. r, R ng-vi P : 1-gf- I ff 2 . 5? 5' is A .,.. , :Q 'fa . Q V5 . ilyi 5 .'-. Q. Q: 1- ga i . :,,,. .gn bn. S ow Uh Qaniou LI-'15 rdf? Doimrm' i'Puu." KREHBIEL "NVhy :im I lu-re-'T .lust In li-ml dignity tu th.- S4-niur 1'luss." 1'liurus and Gln-v l'luh l,2.3,1: Rand lg Urvh- 1 l'Stl'3L -11 Pm-p Vluh 1,2,3,1: Y-Tw-1-ns l.i..Ii,fl 1t':1liinf-tl, .lunior Play: All-Svlwol Play 41 Sf-nim' Play. MAx1NE KIKEIIBIEL f "timid things Umm- in Small pciclizluvs. 1'lmi'us and Glu- Uluh 1,Il,l: Hand 1.2.83 Y- lm-vns 1.2,3,4. X 4""4s,, IUORUTHY MANNX' " "Quin-I ways :md ple-using ways." Q VV:-Ida High Sm-lwol 1,231 Chorus and 'Gilm- Vluh 1: Ilanml 11 lll'i'hl'Sll'il -1: P:-11 Ulu! ll ,si Sn-nim' Play. l Q . EN' IANE REGIEI1 lr "lla-r joys in lifl- nn- unly thrvvi Mvn. ,amid 3 f 1-nts, and history." , I X r'hm'us and Gln-v Club 1,2,R,-1: Band l,2,3,lp I, Urs-lwstrn 3.-4: P1-p Pluh 2,3.l: Y-To-1-ns 1.2. 'l'ZllJlll1't 3,41 .lournzllism ii llunw Er. Ululi , I l,2,Cl,4: Junior Play. .1 .Q his 'lie' ' , X EARL Roni ip' 15 - , . "Ho r-an-tul, Pm going to tliruw out my chvstj' Uhurus und film- Flub 1,2,,1: Rand 1.1: Orch- g 'F' xx' 5 1 tri 13 Class 'Fri-us. 1, Vim--I'r0s. 2: Truck 'Q ' 1.2141 lnmk.-rimil 1.2.3,1g Ifuotlmll 1.2.3,-:Q K ,G Rasvhull 41: Sv-nim' Play. Q. ff . 'ai is ' 05 s qv- nv RUBY STRAUSZ "A in-:-uly smile- is fllways worthwhilvf' Chorus and G11-0 Club 1.2.-l: Pop Pluh 2.3: Y-'1'e-1-ns 1.2.3,4: Hmm- lflc-. Plub 2.3. Humax STUCKY "Tull mv not in mournful numhvrs, Life- is but :ln vmpty dream . . . I know that :iln-ndy." Uhurus and Glu-+1 Club 1,2,-1: l".l".A. 1,2,Zl,-lg Hi-Y 1,21 Trax-k 1. KEITH STUCKY "He- has opinions all his own." Junior Play: Fimtball 2: Baskvtball 23 Hi-Y 1,21 Ifom-nsics 2. f 5126011 Louisa Sl'ENlUk1N1 'Maki' muvh nl' om-, :nod mvu arm- sval'cv." Chorus and Him- Club 2.3: llanil 1.2: Orchvs- 7 7 p tra 1.Z.: l'i-in Club 1.1.,3: Y-'l'w1ns 1.L,2l.4: .1 urnalism 4: l10l1It' lic. Club 1,2,3: Senior l'lay. BILL UNRAL' "'l'lu- world will iuanagw- sumi-bow, if I stay in boil Lill union." Chorus und Glu- Club 1,2,3,-4: Band 1,2.3,4: Uri-lwstra 1.13.41 .luurnalism 4: Junior Play: All-Svlloivl l'lay l: Conti-st Play 4: S1-uiur Play: Class Pri-siilvnt 3: Track 1.2.3,'11 Has- lwtball 12.3.41 l-'unlball 12.3.41 Basvball 12 Hi-Y 1: Annual Staff l: Forvnsif-s 1. IEAN Vm:T "Nui vi-ry tall, not vm-ry small, but fair and swf-vt and luvi-il by all." Clwrils anwl film- Club 1..!,.l.4: lland 1.23.42 Orchustra 1,3,4: lNh0l'l'lC2ldCl' 1,2: Pep Club 3.1: Y-'l'4-vu 1: Cabinvt 2.3.13 .luurnalislu 1.3.l: Hmm- ldv. Club 1 tl'rvs.j ,2,3: .luninr Play: .-Xll-Si-11001 Play 4: Class Viov-l'rm-s. 1: Class 'l'i'1-us. 2: Class Sci: 3: .xllhllill Staff 3.4: I"ur1-usivs 1,l. Amerie Wizniai. "To knuw lwr is to lovv lwrf' Chorus :mil Glu- Club 1.2.3.4 Rand 1,2.3.l: Urclwstru l.2,3,4: Pup Club 2 ll'1'0s.J,3,-4: Y-'Fvvns 1.2: 'Fri-as. 3: Pres. 1: .lournalisni l-Editor 1: llomv lflc. Club 1 ll'ri-s.b.2,3: Jun- ior l'lay: All-Svhuol Play 2.4: Cnntvst Play 3: Svnlor Play: Class Pri-sirlvnt 1: Trvas. 3: Annual Staff 4. NKDIQLIAN WEDEL "What l want tu gait most out of school is mv." Chorus ami film- Club 1.2,3,4: I".l+'.A. 1,L!,3,-41 Hi-Y 1, Svniur Play, Class 1'iw-s. 2: Baslwt- bull il: lfoutball 1.3,4: llasi-ball -4: Track rl. Mvium Zalman "My tvachvrs critiuizv mo, and say l loaf and shirk. l'd do pgroat things to show thvm, ox- vi-pt it's tim much work." Chorus and Gluv Club 1.2,3.4: Hand 2.3: l+'.l1'.A. 1.2l.3,l: Hi-Y 1: Football 1,4: Truck 1. ff' g 2 llllf' , --'Ili' alia.. 'au 9 s v 3 2 1 fx' 'if 1 i is A y 'SQ Mfg? wi HO 'VCU ,G x Nm: f W. 2 ., -,Q V, 'Y i.,.'9:"i-gfimlfll aniofz Cyan clfiafoz Beginning the school term in 1943 forty Freshmen started their High School vears in M.H.S. with L. L. Lehmberg as sponsor At the first class meeting officers were elec ted as follows: President-Alice Wedel Vice-President-Jean Vogt Secretary-James Krehbiel Treasurer-Earl Roth The class had a party each semester of that school term. Again in 1944, thirty-six of the oliginal class were back for their second vear togethei with Miss Elsie Shippy as the class sponsor Officers for the class were: President-Norman Weelel Vice-President-Earl Roth Secretary-Johnnie Luginblll Treasurer-Jean Vogt Again this year the class had '1 partv each semester. In 1945 the class, under the sponsorship of Mary Ann Taves, elected the following officers President-Bill Unrau Vice-President-Margie Graber Secretary-Jean Vogt Treasurer-Alice Wedel Early in the year, as Juniors the class ordered their senior rings from Star Engrfn ing Company. These were received the first of February. The class presented the play Old Doc un der the direction of Mrs. Goerz which was a huge success. Q During the year Maryan Harder took over for Miss Taves who resigned, and it was she who helped us with the Junior Senior banquet The class chose "Swinging On A Star for the theme of the banquet. With the banquet we ended our third year of high school In the fall of '46 the class, which now con sisted of thirty-two members, met and elected the following as officers for the coming year President-Max Westerman Vice-President-Lola Goerlng Secretary-Margie Graber Treasurer-James Krehbiel The first semester the class had a hayrack ride to Harvey County Park. In the spring the class presented Spring Green" with Miss Hays directing and had their sneak day, which was spent in Kansas City and coming back to Topeka for the night After losing two members in their senior year and ten classmates through four years of high school we had a graduating class of thirty. anioz Cyan J fzofzfizay It was a beautiful balmy day in May of 1957. My husband Max Wcsterman and I were driv- ing along the streets of Kansas City in our marvelous green Model A Ford that we had just purchased from the Herb Manufacturing Company owned by Dorothy Herb Krehbiel now Dorothy Herb Zerger, wife of Myron Zer- ger the former M. H. S. student. We had purch- ased the car the previous hour and while talk- ing with Dorothy Herb I asked her about her home and husband. She informed us that My- ron was home taking care of the twins, Otto and Dotto. It was getting towards noon when we left Herb and drove to the spacious Ruby's Rendezvous where we ate our delicious noon meal. Maxine Krehbiel, one of Ruby's wait- resses, informed us that Ruby Strausz, the owner of the restaurant, was married to Earl Roth who was running competition with the Herb Manufacturing Company. Earl worked up from a tack spitter to be head of the Ford plant. He was a whiz at tack spitting and could spit 499 tacks a minute. His main objective was to spit 500 a minute but he never achiev- ed that high standard. Maxine also told us that she had to earn the bread for their family, because her husband, Bill Unrau was too lazy to put his intelligent mind to use. We then journeyed on westward to Denver. At Denver we visted the great professional artist, Dorothy Phil Krehbiel. Rumors were flying that Doro- thy was in the midst of preparations for a wedding. She planned to marry her model Nelson Keith Gravel. Dorothy Phil told us to be sure to visit the Goering Zoo where Orville was the trainer of the monkeys. His wife, Louise Suenram, also helped take care of the zoo. Her duty was to give the Hippopotamus a bath every week. On our way to the zoo we heard the newsboys crying "Extra, extra." We bought a paper and there on the front page in big headlines was an article on the famous missionary, Dwight Johnson Jr. He had been bringing the natives to salvation in the darkest part of Africa, and was now returning to the United States. We were quite surprised at this news, for we had wondered what had happen- ed to our old school mate. Upon leaving the zoo we left the state of Colorado and after several days travel we arrived in Albuquerque, New Mexico. As we were driving through the streets of Albuquerque we saw another one of our old school mates standing on the steps of "Ye Old Saloon". It was none other than Norman VVedel dressed in cowboy garb. We stopped to chat for a few minutes and asked hin1 how he happened to become a cowboy. He said he had been influenced by his cow- boy part in the Moundridge Senior Play way back in 1947. He invited us to his ranch for the week end. He told us that his wife, Doro- thy Manny, would see that we would have every convenience possible. Our week end at the ranch would have been most sucessful ex- cept my husband Max was stricken with a severe case of scarlet fever. We took him to the Albuquerque hospital where. to our sur- prise, one of the doctors was Homer Stucky. VVhen Homer discovered one of his old school mates was in the hospital he insisted on being his doctor. He called in his special nurse, Jean Vogt, to whom he was engaged, to assist him in the case. Much to my relief Max recovered from his illness in about five weeks. so we re- sumed our trip. Our next stop was Hollywood. Here we visited the famous Flickncr Celebrity Club, owned by Neva Jane Flickner. One of the high spots on the evening show was music by a male quartet consisting of Clarence Goer- ing, Tom .lohnson, Harry Graber, and Marvin Gehring. We were also delighted by the torchy love song sung by Lois Fulk. This was one of the most delightful evenings of our trip. We decided to visit some of the manufacturing plants around Hollywood. One of the most in- teresting was the tooth-pick factory operated by Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stucky. Mrs. Stucky was the former .lane Rcgier. This factory manu- factured one trillion toothpicks a day. They were very generous and let us each take home one toothpick as a remembrance. The next place we visited was the "Dress Designing School" owned by James Krehibel. James in- formed us that he wasn't married yet, because he couldn't make up his mind between Verna Kaufman and Lola Beth Gocring, who were in his school as models for the dresses he de- signed. The next stop before we left for home was Portland, Oregon, where we decided to rest a bit. We went to the Turkish Bath House which was operated by Alice Wedel and Mar- gie Graber. VVe chatted with them and dis- covered that a double wedding was soon to oc- cur. Margie was to wed Marvin Gehring and Alice was to wed Clarence Got-ring. We noticed it was getting late so we started for home, happy that we had seen every member of our Senior Class of 1947. .-:nice Ufam The Senior class of 1947, being of sound mind and body hereby do make, publish, ami declare this writing to be our last will and testament to you, the student body of M.H.S. heartily wishing you the best of luck in the years to come, trusting that you will keep up the spirit of M.H.S. and strive for a better school in the future. As to such property as it has pleased the fates and our strong arms to give, we do dis- of the same as follows, though it may but trifling bequests. we hope they may pose seem be accepted, not as "slams" or worthless things lavishly thrown away because we can no long- er wish to keep them, but as valuable assets to those who may receive them, and a continual reminder of the generosity of heart displayed in our free and full bestowal. We give and bequeath to the school as a whole, all our poor and unfinished subjects, and our bad reports held by the teachers. We give and bequeath to the dear faculty, who have been our instructors in all the wis- dom of the ages, a sweet and unbroken suc- cession of restful nights and peaceful dreams. They have worked hard trying to teach us during our four years in high school and it has been a hard strain on them, but they have all done their duty, and verily, now shall they have their well-earned reward. To Mr. Greer, the senior class wills a mem- oir book of the many good deeds and work that we have accomplished throughout our school years in hopes that he may forget the foolish- ness he had to put up with from any of the members of the class. Clarence Goering wills his bashfulness to Virginia Toevs. Norman Wedel wills his orneriness to Ralph Krueger. "Krug" has been unusually quiet and we think he needs something to make him louder in the class room. Orville Goering wills his dark complexion to Donald Goering. Maxine Krehbiel wills her short skirt to Vogue designers. To the most popular girl of next years sen- ior class, Margie Graber wills her position as football queen. Alice Wedel wills her typing speed to Lu- cille Wedel, though she may regret this, be- cause the faster you can type, the mork work you can accomplish. Lola Goering wills her slimness to Jane Krehbiel. Verna Kaufman wills her ability to catch a man and to keep him to Dolores Johnson. Ruby Strausz will gladly will some of her height to Neva Kaufman. To Bob Gray, Keith Stucky wills his pilot's license provided Bob doesn't fly low and that he stays his distance from Moundridge when he is in the air. Much to his regret, Earl Both wills Sun- flower seeds to students who can eat in class without the teachers knowing it. James Krehbiel wills his witty remarks to Vernon Goering. Jean Vogt wills her giggles to Jacob Gehring. Dwight Johnson, Jr. wills his ability to play the piano to Alvin Moddelmog. Marvin Gehring wills his quietness to the Junior Class. Perhaps this will keep them from laughing during some of the assembly programs. Tom Johnson wills his ability to sleep in class to Lois Schlender. Homer Stucky wills his neatness to 'Gramps'. "Parting is such Sweet Sorrow" but "Herb" with tears in her eyes wills her green model A to Ethel Vogt. I'm sure Ethel would like this better than the big Hudson she drives. Dorothy "Phil" wills her naturally curly hair to all girls of M.H.S. They might appreci- ate it on rainy days. Dorothy Manny wills her ability to settle down and study to Larry K. and Bob Miller. Jane Regier wills her many boy-friends to Violet Krehbiel. Max Westerman wills his technique of argu- ing in Miss Farquhar's American History class to "Cot" Krehbiel. Keith Gravel wills his frequent hair-cuts to Wayne Krehbiel. Bill Unrau wills his ability to play the trom- bone to Eugene Stucky. Harry Graber wills his reckless driving to Dean Huffman. But what he'll do without it is beyond us. To Norma Westerman, Myron Zerger wills his cute smile. May she smile as much as My- ron does. Marjorie Goering wills her blonde hair to Louise Mahan. This will be some contrast, however, it may be becoming to Louise. Neva Flickner wills her personality to Ethel Regier. Louise Suenram wills her carefreeness to Lois Eck. Lois Fulk wills to a fellow student her long eye-lashes. Betty Huxman gets the benefit of them, because she lost part of her eye-lashes in a fire. In witness whereof, we, the Class of '47, the testators, have to this will set our hands and seal this sixteenth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and forty-seven. ulziofza lil'lh rim, I4-l'L Lu right: ihlgx-:iv Kr.-hiiie-I, G1-rzllmi K:xl1l'm:111. Hzxlpli Sin-lirziiii, Alvin Nlmlili-inning. XY:iy l-'wiilvii-i, tlviwilmi :ire-liiwivl, lmnnld Gm-l'il1g'. iuurlh run: XX'ilIis l.m.::inl1ili. .Xliu-rl Sluvky. XVnym- Sluvky. H1-nv I""nsliy, Slunls-5' Sl'Ill'Jl!, l'1:u'l Nv Ik-Iii. .laimvs llyvk, lizliv H4mi'il1g1 lhlI'li rim: l'Iisi-- Sllll'ix5', Hpzll liukv, Yilllilliil 'l'w'x's, M:11'f.:'i1- l'1-m11'i', I-Ivviyn Vout. Luis S1-lil.-ndvr, Ifllx I nxt S1'lu':lp:, In-lin-ll XX'-wh-I, lfilllllld Sa-hrzlu. 1-null ruwi I.u1-iII-- XYMI1-I, lflthvl Vout, Iminros .l0imsnn, lilhl-I ih'p.:'i1-r, IN-il-iw XVulI11-'l'. Vinh-1 Krv hi.-I, Klurjurii- llviiri--r. .lnnv Stllrky. rwxx:3ll'.1h'ii'1'in 4Spm1s1rri. Xlzlm-lhfv iii-i.:'ie-r,Svf-., iii-tty liuxmzln, X'-l'r4-s.. .lualn Krvhhii-I, l'l'uN, In-un liu1'1'ni:in, 'l'x'1-qs., Miss Flzluss-'li tSpiinsm-y, "WE LIGHT OUR CA.N'IJI.1fS FRUM TIIEIH 7'0I?CIlliS" I'h oflfiolnozai lnurlh row. In-ft to right: .lavoh Gs-hrimg, Gordnn Stucky, Harold Sc-hrag, Floyd G+-bring, V.-rmm l,.-ln 4-ntz. B+-n Krvhbivl, Ralph Krm-uw-r, K1-ith Koller, Gone Bachman, V1-rnon Gm-ring. VVultnvr, llzwln-rw 'l'z1tr0, Yah-ta Vupgls, Gvrald Stucky. f-ond row: Bs-tty NVe-stvrlnan Dorothy livgivr, Neva Jean Stucky, Luis Pick, Iflvvlyn Vuth, Lu Wan Tzwkvtl, Gene-vu, Kr:-hhivl, Joan Stuvky. Iirst row: Mr. Dlllman flipunsory, Fruida Fulk tV. 1"r0s.J, Norma SVr'stPrman QS1-ral, Iiolu-rt f:l'1lbll 1'l'n-as.b, Iluuvnv Huffman 4Pres.J. "THE FIRST HALF IS THE HARIJESTU ird row: Ruby Zvrp.wr, G1-nova Gm-ring, Lucille Kaufman, Annahc-llv G04-ring, Arlf-nv Zvi-gvr. .lun - 7,55 172822 llfth row, loft lu right: flvm- Sul-nram, Dau-rvl liillllvlllilll, Stunlvy Koa-lm, 'Hill ll1'f2fii'l', Bob Gray. Iuurth 1-uw: XVvsh-y l'n1'uh. .lohn Oltnmnns, 1'Illi-TPIIO Stxu-ky, HIblIlt'l' Gm-ring, K4-nnoth VVOdvl, Rumlld Vfwivl, Gene 'W0dx'l. llxird row: l.l-roy Stun-ky. L1-land Stun-ky, Kvrmit Vlwdol. Gluyzls Koi-hn. Jann Krvhbivl, Evelyn Strausz, I-'uyv Ile-uln-r, Ralph Kaufman. mmf! row: lfllsiv llvlu-ing, .loycv Juhnkv, Harb1u'a. Smith. .lc-nnie Krvhbiel, Bunniv Zvrgvr, Verlvnu l"lic-km-V. l.m-itzx Gm-ring, I,P2ll'l Grahor, Edith Stuvky. lfllainv XVilk0ning. Ilrst row: Miss Baldwin 1SponsorJ, Lvland Flicknor, .lnmos Vogt, Gvraldimf Z1-rgel' QV. 1'l'f'S.,, Evvlyn Grnbvr 1l'ros.D, Larry Krohbiel fTl'llilS.j, Ernvst Dirks tSoc.j, Imlnnd Gnerinf.:', Floyd Flicknor. "GREEN BUT GROWING" uniofz L9 lfunrlh row: I--ft In right: Johnny Gnvrinp:, Edgar B1-ckvr, Donald Km-hn, VValdvan NVQ-del. Thirll Row: G1-rald lick, NViIlis Kuvhn, Eval Marin Nllldd0lIlI0g, Norma liavhnmn, Byron Stucky. S1-cond row: Mary Lou K-rehn, Betty Stum-ky, Joyce Krehhivl, Le-la liatzlnff, Lavvta Hartman, XVann-tlu Holfh-nmn. First row: Roh Millor KV. I'rn-s.J, Edward Vogts fTrvas.J, Miss Crawford 1SpunsorJ, Lois Gerim: KSN-J, Alivv Johnson K1'n-SJ "THE BEST IS YET T0 COME" cqcgoof Cullum SEPTEMBER .... 3-Prisoners again, first day of school 11-Band plays at Bethel Home for Aged 18--Freshmen still walk in a daze 20-First football game, defeating Marion 27-Win first league football game at Haven OCTOBER .... 15--Band plays in rain at Newton Fair 18-Victory in first home football game with Buhler. New lights used first time at a game 24-Homecoming, defeat Inman 31-Teachers meeting, vacation NOVEMBER .... 7-Freshman party at Newton 20--School in turmoil, vaccinations given 23--Football banquet 28-Thanksgiving vacation DECEMBER .... 6-First basketball game, lose to Buhler 12--Junior Play, "Lady Spitfire" I3-Y-Teen Cabinet to Hillsboro 16-All-Schools Christmas Caroling 19-Christmas program 20-AVaeation begins JANUARY .... l-New Year begins 23--Junior party 26--Band concert FEBRUARY .... 1-Burrton, here. Win Jr. Hi and two high school team games 8-One-Act Play Contest at Haven 25-Home-Ee. Club party 29-Mr. Greer didn't have a joke today MARCH .... 5,6,7,8-District Tournaments at Lehigh. Took second place 12-Regionals at Newton 15-F.F.A. Poultry judging 20-fForensies Contest at Halstead 21-Senior play, "Spring Green" 25-eBasketball Banquet 28-29-Senior class paints K. C. and Topeka red APBII ..... 4-Easter vacation starts 7-Mr. Greer wears new bow-tic 8-F.F.A. Banquet 18-Freshman class hayrack ride 24MSophomore class party 25--Music Festival at Burrton 26-Y-Teen Mother-Daughter Banquet 'VIAY 3-Junior-Senior Banquet l1MBaccalaureate 13--Commencement 14-May Day at McPherson 16--Get out of Prison-SCHOOIJS OUT it 'K A MARGIE GRABER JEAN VOGT JN cqffsrznfafzfi Omacom U29 LLESIZ LUIS FULK JAMES KREHBIEL IZIZLLCZK 96129 5 Queen BETTY WESTERMAN 04 I iii ,G if of E 5 ,ly t 5 any .Am Q7 rf? i- , 'L lT'S HOW YOU PLAYED THE GAME" ' Gqfgfsficza oofgaff ref' A Third ruw. left lu right: Mr. Stueky timaeln. XV:-sley l'nruh, Jerry Stun-ky, Robert Gralwr. Keilh Kul- ler, Gene VV:-del, Bill Re-gif-r, Larry Kr:-hhiel, Llvln Schrag. Yr-rnun lmhrentz. lmrryel Kuuflmin Gordon Stucky, Gerald Krehhiel, Homer Gm-rirf.:', Robert Gray, Mr. Dillman Qekssistant Pom-lib. Sa-eond row: VVayne Krehhiel. l'1uf.:'s-ne Krelxbiel, Bill Vnrau, Myron Zerger. Tom Johnson. Nmman VV:-del. Earl Neufeld, Dale Govring, James Krehhiel, Strnley Schrapr, Stanley Km-hn. First row: Ralph Krum-l.:er, Ralph Sui-nram, Gene Srenram, Duane Huffman, Earl Roth, Max w'l'Sl1lllIlIlIl, Alvin Moddelmog, Dean Huffman. Moundridge Marion Moundritlge Haven Moundridge Nickerson Moundridgc Pretty Prairie Moundridge Buhler Moundridgc Inman Moundridge Burrton Moundridgc Halstead Moundridge Planeview , 1 :riff Moundridge Sterling f ff 2 1 il 'T is '1 lq Q J N7 aagafgaff Third row. left to right: Dean Huffman, Max VVest1-rman, .James Krehbiel, Bill Unrau, Stanley Kochn, Gene Fensky, Earl Ruth, Alvin Moddelmog, NVayne Krvhbiel. Sec-und row: Duane Huffman, Eugene Krehbiel, Twin Johnson, Ralph Sun-nram, Ralph Krueger, Larry Krehblel, Darryel Kaufman, James Dyck, Bill Repqier. First row: Nr. Stum-ky iAss't. Coachb, Wesley Unruh, Eugene Baelmman, Robert Graber, Dale Goerlng, Gene Suenram, Robert Gray, Delbert Wedel, Homer Goering, Kermit Wedel, Gene Wedel, Kenneth 'Wedt-l, Mr. Dillman CCoachj. 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Stun lim-hu. I'Iua.:+-nv lin'-Ahlm-I, .Xllw-rt Sim-ky. Alvin Moriah-Inu-p.r, G1-uv I-N-rwley, liulph Krm-uwr, Imlplu Slll'Ill'2IlIl, IM-Ilwrt XY'-11--I, H--n Kr--hlnil-l. 'l'l1ir.l 1-uw: Iiwnnf-th W1-fl--I, liznrl I-mth. H1-n-A Sll"lll'illll, Nlll'lll1ll'I W1-ch-I. Stunlr-5' Svhruu. limb 1lr.ny. HHH li:--hbi-Ll. Imam- llllfflllilll, Ke-ith Kullvr. S.-1-1-ml lwrw: 424-1':1l1l Kr'-hlrin-I. K+-rmil NVQ-wiv-I, llulzlml Sw'h1'uu'. lmnzulnl lim-Vim.:, XYilIis lllllilllhill. Illuxl Nvutl-Isl, Hulwlsl Svhralu, Y:-:null f:lI0'I'illLL. .Iifcnh f:l'lll'i!l2', l':l'll4'SL lbirks. I"irs1 lwxwz .Inmws Ylvut, l.1-ruy Stllvky, .lum--s lfym-k.'I'1n11 Jnlmscrn, 114-rw XV:-df-I, It-wlmrt ilrzxhf-1-, Null ll'-ui.-V, Imll- tim-rillu, lizllph Killllhllllkll. lluml-I' G01-ring. fuzzioz Q 656 fl-fczagsfkzfl, Se-4-mul ruw: Gvllt' Gm-rinar. Ile-ralfi lick, 1':dVVZll'd Ymrls, Willis Kovhn, Pldgnl' lie-vkm-r, Imnnld Km-hh, Johnny 4201-rimx. First Vow: H4-ul'gv f:U4'l'iTljJ,', xvZlllll'!l1l NVvdu-l, .lf'l'0lll4' Hn-ui'-r. l:Xl'lvll Suu-ky, .Jvrry xV1'Slt'l'lll2lIl, Gull-n Smith. Mr, Slum-ky u'wu:'Ix?. I f 'z 0, I2 L z cz f L O I2 1 DON'T LET YOUR STUDIES INTERFERE WITH YOUR EDUCATION" Cl i2 I-nurih row, In-fl in ri:.:ht: Patsy iiufflnan, Luis Fulk. Opal l.:llu-, Lola iivth floo-ring, Louisa- Aiuhun, Third ruw: Juyvv Krohbiw-I, IN-url Gmhe-i', Vo-rlvno' Flirknf-l', .Iohnniv Govring, Gvnvvs- Gmwinu. ICV1-Iyn Vuriilyn Bm-imiuii, Mr, ls:-ly 1lJii'4-1-told, EuI'll'Lutl1. Dorothy Phil Kin-hhiv-I. Joan Kr.-hhivl. .Klin- Wi-il--I, .li-an Vogt, Jeromv lie-givin llium--i', lb-mild Wmiol, Gordon Stucky, Max VV:-su-rman, Ni-vu Kaufman, Bunnii- Zvi-gi-r, lmi-oliiy Manny, .hun--s Kre-hhivl, Tom Johnson, milf-IQIIL' Stuc-ky, Arlvni- Z1-rw-i-, Maxim- Ki-1-hbin-I, llill l'nr:iu S1-mind row: Km-ith Gran-i, Ni-va Jann- l"lis'kn1-r, Jackie- Gm-ring, Alivv Johnson. Norma Bm-hmun, flu-oi-go flovriliu, Hvrzilil Iirk, Anita Krm-hhivl, I':il5.Z't3h6 lflachman, Margie' Pvnnvr, Maw- D1-e Ilf?5.1'i!'l', Jams- IU-i.:ivr lfirst row: Bm-tty lluxman, Margii- Grahvr, Dwight Johnson, Yirginiu 'l'oi,-vs, Lois Gm-ring, Vaio! 411-rimz, Dlvrutiiy H1-rh Kro-hhivl. CONTEST RATINGS - -- -.-. Wichilu l'. Highly Superior Iiurrion -Superior Z on f : V G- mul X Q 4 W n ,4 , 'I Y in : X Ill 7 X I I f ,ffff 5 6 4 Xxx 4 014 aifza Si2l,lldillg'Z llvtty l'lllXlll2lIl. Virginia 'Fm-vs. Mr. lsoly 1Dii'e-4-tory, lburutliy l'. Krl-lihivl, .lv-:ln Vogt. Third row: Juni' Krvhbiol, Koith Gravel, Ruby Z1-l'y.:'m-r, Lois Gvring, Nurnm Uzxvlinmn, llvm-vu Krvh- lviol, Czuwrlyn Huvhmzln, Max vVA'Sll'l'lll1lll, Jam' Rvgig-l', Lola f:ll0l'il'li-1, Tum Johnson, liugvm- Bawh- nmn, Bill Unruu, Evvlyn Gnllu-i', Dorothy Manny, th-rnlml Evk. S1-1-mul row: Vi-rnzi Kziufnmn. Ronnio Z1'l'i.Z'0l', Evolyn Vuth. .lzlnws Krm-hbivl, Alisa- Juhnsun, Alice Wa-df-l, Yvonnf- l'l-nnvr, Ammlwllu Gm-rilig, Dwjirpht Johnson, Mnrgiv Grabvr, Johnny Govrinir, IN-url Gr:1lwl', First row: .loam lirvhlmil-I, Illarjorio Govring, Alurgil- IH-nnn-r, Mun- U1-v Ile-gil-r, Dorothy ll. Km-hbivl. -A CONTEST RATINGS - Wichila 17. Superior Burrlonf4Superior jiiz 71 .55 5 I'iI'th v-Hu' Ninn klllllklllilll. Luis I-Ivlx, .lnnv Sim-ky, Iilsivlh-l1l'il1:'. .lf-nniv Kr'-hhiw-I. .Ioan Sim-ky, X'1-r'l4n1- Vlim-km-a'. wiwul- slim- Z--run-r, Mznrjurif- Il'-lulvr, Yvlllll Killlfvlllilll. Nvvu .Iunv lflic-kn1-l', Mnxinv Krvhlvif-I. l-Ixwlyn Vw-th, Uz11'lv:1r:l Smith. iff-mth r--xv IM-If-rw XX':nl1no-r, IH-:willy Ib-gif-V, Illlhl-I Yupgt, I,ue-illv XYMMI, Luis Fulk. Yzlh-1:1 Vous. Lulu In-lh li-wrinaq, ldv-- lyn Yum, In-is Sl'llll'll1l1'I', Yirzsinin 'INN-vs, Huw In-QA In-uivr, ilvrzw-vu 1l1v1'l'im:, ,xlllHllH'Hl- l:Kl1'l'illg'f l'I1ll-i r--xx' l'4-:url 4Ql'JllH'l'. lNv'm'1-s.lwlmsw-n, .lnnv XY:1Iln1-r, llllhw-I R1-p.:i1-r, NHTIIIZI xY1'Sl4'l'lH2lll, lP:lrI--n1- 'I'ullu, .lgann H4-gi:-1 Im:-Hthx Il. Kr--hl-i1-I, .Ivan Ywut. ,Xlivv XVMM-I. Alzxryiv IH-nn:-r, .luymk ,Iuhnkw-. Q.-4-mn! Iuur' I.--uisv Xlnhun. Hlsif- Sllwky, l.1u'illn- Klllllhlllilll. N1-va. Siuvky, llruruthy I'. Kr'-hhivl, BI:1rgi.- iiruln-r, Ifxy- H 1-lx--r vlrllv' lil"-lll'i"l. I"r1-irlu Fulk. .lmm Kr'-hhivl. lburullly Manny, llvlty Huxlnun. lilzxine- XYiIkj-ninar. Ifivsl Ilnur Ilhlilh Sim-ky, fh-In-vu Kre-hhin-1, IS1-tty XY'-sh-rlnun, iXI:1l'jvrl'i1- fllH'l'llI!, Ulm! Lnlw, Xinlf-1 Kr.-hbiq-l. Ilul-5 Z1-ru--r I-lx'--Un 1ir:xln-r. Iinnnif- Zl'I'I.l'4'l'. Im xvilllllil 'l'2lK'li4'll. Arla-nv Z1'l'LL'l'l', I4Ul'ilJl Gm-rinu. Mr. .l, 'l', lsvly tllirm-1m'l. 4'1lN'l'I-IST Il.X'l'IN1iS: XYin-hilu-Sun.-ri.n': Ilurrlnn- Suln'rim'. fjoca gags Cf 5 lfwurtlm row: Urx'ilI4- Gm-ring. .launf-s Km-hbivl, Kvith flrnvf-l. IM-an Huffmzxn. Maxx NV1-ste-xnmn, V1-rnun l.uInw-ntz, Wnym Sluvky, Nfll'lll1lll XVMIQAI, llllvin Sx'l1l'z1p:, Stunlvy Svhruu, l'lIll'l'y Grahm-r, Delbert, xxYt'll4'l. Third naw: l'Illg'e-llv Krm-hhi:-I, .Xlhs-rt Stuvky, Hom:-r Stuvky. Iiill l'lll'2lll, liar! Ruth, Ralph Krnv:--r, Larry Kr.-Ixbivl, l'lur vrlrv- lim-rinu', Harold S1'hl'af.r, Hvn Stnvky, Dwight Jnhnsnn. Su-4,-um! r-Iwi lfluywl tim-rinu, th-nv XYQ-df-I, fXI2ll'Vill llvhring, Gordon Stuvky, NVuyn1- Km-hhivl, Tum Juhnsnn, XYilIi:4 lmgun- hill, Durrv-I Knut'm:xn. Vw-rnon Gm-rinpz. Jar-oh lim-ring. Roland Sc-hrzus. Y1r:4! row: lirnn-st llirks, lmnulrl Gm-l'ing. lbulw- Govring, Myron Z4-rgrvr, Gvrzlld Kr:-hhia-I, llalph Kzull'm:1n, l,1-Roy Stm-ky lflnyd l'11ll'killHl'l', Hvrald Kzlufmun, Mr, Isv-ly tllirvr-tory. 1'HN'l'l-IS'l' RATINGS: XN'ivhil:1-Highly Sum-rior: I-turrton-Supe-rim' Viral llmv: Lulu tim-riiig, Bl2ll'j0l'il' Govring, ldtln-I ll-5, W- E522 gaginaf if x ik 'i t Imiothv I' N11-lihi--I Vii'-'ini'1 'l'm-VQ Juan Krs-hhis-I, 1Nlissi'i'z1wI'm'4l 1Sponsm'J Nm-vom! row: .lvilll Nqr. ' ,' . . 5 .. .. ' . 'A ' ' 'fiv l'r-ilu-r NI-rp,'iu IH-nn:-r, liuruiliy II. Kr:-hhu-I, Jann- Rvp:'u-ix .Xluv Hvdm-I, Maxi., I . , . .1 4"ivr, Ethvl Yugi, Mzirjuriv l:I'Ild4'l', Miss Baldwin KS lllrll Suri. Elias 'zicm .S ,N H ld Nlixs H1 Q lqpnnwm-J Mary Lou Km-hn Alien Stun1lin,:', In-ft to right: B1-tty Stucky, NNan0tta 0 x-lnz1n,. .' zy, ., . , , 1 .. . , . , 1 , ' V 1 I , L . C' . Johnson, Lelu Ratzlail, Miss IJLLIKIWIH ibponaoij, l..Lv+t.1, Hd1tm.1n, 01s uring. Sitting: Joyce Krvhbivl, I-Iva Marin liloddcelmug, Norma Bachmaxn, Maxinv Krohbivl. 9301 1 I , ,40 N 'O' E i 'Q.,'1u CON'l'liS'l' PLAY ALL SCIIUOL PLAY ".l Credit To The l"1uniIy" "Goodnight, PIeusc'."' , Y Merida-ill Whitoliouso . . . . Hill l'nrau xiuuwfi ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' llcflcl Viviun . .... . Dolorcs Johnson li"""', ' ' ' ' "',l1"'f'l' Lucy VVhitvhousc . . . . Lois I-'ulk .lorry Mono . . .lznncs lxrohblcl Burton wlwml Krvhbicl Mom' ' 'H ', ' 'kfurc vflgt Mr. Mcwinklc . . . .lnmcs Kruhbivl Rim, in ' ' ' 'liufu will Lum? Basil . . . . Manx Wustvrlnaul . :Irv . n . . oorcs .o nsol . . . ' L k . .L I: Bill 1 - mum . . . .Ji-fry Stucky 0" 0' ' ' ""r"'g .lnnv . . PL-url Gruber llobvrt . . . Kc-ith Gravvl .luck . . . . Max hVCSl0l'lllllll .lo ......... .li-nnio Krehbiel Slam- Trooper ..... Ralph Krueger Trudy .... Dorothy "Phil" Krehbiel Mrs. Tyson . . . .... Lois Fulk JUNIOR PLAY "Lady Spitfire" Miss l'ru1lenee . Cincly Dale . . Ginger Reid . Flohelle Berthon Kay Sutton . . 'llOlll llrown . liuml .lones . . .lell lluell . . Henri Du Fraynm Stephen Sutton . Margie Penner . Virginia 'l'oevs . Ethel llegier Mae Dee liegier . .loan Krehhiel NVayne Krehhiel Alvin hlOlllll'llllOf.f Eugene lirehlmiel . Wayne Stueky . Elvin Sehrag SENIOR PLAY "Spring Green" Nina Cassell ...... Alice NVOclel Mrs. lllllllllli' . Dorothy "llerlJ" Krehhiel Sc-ootie Cassell . . . Louise Suenrain Mr. llllllllllll ..... Keith Gravel Tony Cassell . Dorothy "Phil" Krehbiel Pinkie AIIICS .... Marjorie lioering: . . 'l'Olll .lohnson . . Max Westernlan Dunk Doyle . Bing Hotchkiss . Genevieve .lones . . Lola Beth Coering Major 'I'o1lil . . 'l'. Newton Toilml . . . . . Bill Unrau . James Krehbiel Hula llotehkiss .... Margie Graber Dr. Luther lilomlgrtt . . Orville Coeriuf.: . . . liar! ltoth . Norman XVerlel . Dorothy Manny Oll'ieer ll yan . . Ili lly .... NVoman's Voice . ...-nv" i 5 lr QS All r Q 3' t 'Q OV rp ' 4: JN . gi , as at OH25 gd. Svvnmi Huw. I4-fl to right: Lola 114-111 tim-1'im:,', 1'11'1'111:l Fulk, Miss lion-mhzu-11 4Spn1xs01-y, .Iunv Sluvky. .I-mn Sim-hy lfirst ruw: lmlurvs .lwlmsrml Luis Fulk, .Iunv H1-gin-xx .7616-.Kafa S1-wand row, h-ft tn right: Mary Imu Kovhn. Lois Gering, Maxine Krvhbiel, Alice' Johnson, Nurlna 13:11-11- nmn, 1,1-In llutzlzxff. I.uvn-ta Hartman, Ba-tty Stucky. ' . lfirst row: Joyce Kr:-hhivl, VVanvtta Huldvman, Eva Marie Moddvlmogg U'hs-4-rlva11e1's, Miss Baldwxn lSpons0l'J 8655 'ZfE0,C!5 'Zi X si .lo.xN Klllilllillil. I,0l,0llliS .IoHNsoN M.-ua Dials lilsmlsli 93512 ,Q-t'l In right: llurhzxrzx Smith, Ili-tty NV1-stornmn, Duruiiiy l'. Ki-ohhivl, Dorothy H. Km-hhivl, Bonnie ZQ'l'jJ,'UI', .lzuw Rn-givr, Yiruinia 'Fm-vs, Miss Baldwin 1Sp0ns0rj, Iilurpziv I'1-nnvr, Lllciilv VW-dvl, Alice XV-wlol, .Ivan Ymrt, Margie G1-:ibm-r, Bvtty Huxmzm, Gladys Kimhn, Miss R0l'l'l1bil.K'h lSponsm'l, I-llziinv Wiliam-ning, Nurnm NVt'SU'I'lllZlh, Evvlyn Grzilu-r, l'1th4-I Vogt, Gcraidim- Z4-rgor, Etin-1 121-gin-1', Dorothy Manny. 'lu-1-x'le':uivi's: Mm- Dwi Rf-givr, Duluros Johnson, Juan Krohbivl. Qufuza aznzaw of cqmazica 'I'lmir4l It--w, If-ft In riuht: lb-n Krvhhie-I, llonwr Stum-kv, Flovwl 114-l11'ix1g.:', V4-rnon Lohr--ntz. .Xlhvrt Hluvkv, I ml 4 IG vin .'-1r:u.:', 'l:ir1-nm- lim-ring, Toni Johnson, M:i,rx'in lim-hrin:.f. h S'-4-'uni row: li:-l:1n1l H4'l1r:u.:'. Yvrnon Gm-rin:.:, .lzicoh 411-hriml, NYillis Louunhill, llonuld Hovrillu. llalrolwl Sc'lnr:u1.:, Hrvillt- tim-rinu, lh-Ilwrt XVvdn-l, Hvrzild Krvhhivl. I-'irsl row: Myron Z1-rut-r, llnlv 41m-ring', Slunln-y Schrnu, Hurry lll45llh'l', Norman NVQ-'lt-I. ll:-rzild Kauf- nmn, Mr. liriffin 4Sponsurb 'l'hv Futurv l'ltll'llll'I'S of Alll0l'lCll is thc national orgzlnizzltion of boys studying vocational agriculture in thc public schools. Tho purpose of thc organization is to dcvclop colnpctcnt, nggrossivv agricultural loudcrship. Boys arc taught to conduct thcir own mcctings in :ln or- gzunizod way. Activitics such as livcstock judging, crop idcntification :Ind judging :irc pro- vidcal. Farm mm-chamics work and contests are also provided for the development and truin- ing of thc studcnt. Sonic of thc othcr activities carried out this yt-ur we-rv uttcmlzmcc at the district lcadcrship training school :lt Buhlcr, P1-st Edzlriczition Contcst, Baskcthall, Father-Son Bun- quot, asscmbly program, and sponsoring district poultry judging contcst. Officers this your we-rc: Harry llI'lllN'l'-fl,l'l'Slll0l1l. Norman Wi-dt-IWVicc-President Myron Zcrgcr-Secretary Gerald K2lllflIlZlllQTI'0llSllI'0l' 4 I K!!! x y fd I Dale G01-ring-llcportcr Stanley Schrag-Sentinel . mzuaf cgfaff 9 XX mr St-imiimr: liulgi Ili-th Gm-i'im:. M:n'jui'io flooring, Miss l'l'ilXVf0l'll 1SpunsnrJ, Miss 1":1l'qul1m' 1Sp0ns01'J, Z E2 72: if Sl- fi E2 ... if 5' : E I C1 :J "5 sv : E I 'I fi. owma iam Staff , Sai P Sm-mimi ww, ln-ft to right: Ralph Kl'llt'LZ't'l', Dunno Huffman, Miss Ulazwsvn fSp0nsorJ, Maw Dvo Reiriflr, Mnnriv Gmlu-r, Ke-ith Kullvr, Louise Suonrzim, Mr. Loach 1Sponso1-J, Lois Fulk, Bill Unrau, Betty lfuxmun. .Iunv Rvprivr. First naw: G1-raid Stucky, NVaync Krohbivl, Jean Vngt, Alice Xvedel, Virginia Tovvs, Jfime-s KN-hbiel. anzflua .smozisi if weft 818 anc! 35872 -lv- it if 'lf Qi U6 Oqufolgzafgg ff f9 1 111 gi WH La .' 1149 L, fnl"'T-'I Q, OUR 7H4NKS CO TO THE FOLLOWING FIRMS FOR MAKING THIS ANVUAI POSSIBLI1 Bill's Cafe Davis Cafe Eck Hatchery J. J. Allen, D.D.S. Buehler's Produce Moundridge Studio Moundridge Motors Citizens State Bank Moundridge Journal Tatro's Repair Shop J. G. Stucky SL Sons General Repair Shop Hoyer Repair Shop Roth Motor Company Moundridge Tire Shop Orth Rexall Drug Store Smith's Service Station Sunflower Oil Company Delbert V. Preheim, M.D. Ted Krehbiel, Auctioneer Morris-Mueller Drug Store Moundridge Electric Shop Moundridge Machine Shop Coca-Cola Bottling Company Goering Hardware Company Krehbiel Hardware Company Moundridge Milling Company D. L. Harder Furniture Store W. D. Vogt Lumber Company Kaufman Mercantile Company J. W. Dirks Insurance Agency C. J. Graber Insurance Agency MiIo's Paint and Body Service P. D. Frantz Insurance Agency Monroe-Babcock Firestone Store Moundridge Telephone Company L. L. Lehmberg Insurance Agency Farmer's Co-Operative Association Grace's Beauty Salon 8: Davis Cleaners Moundridge Co-Operative Creamery Company Moundridge Co-Operative Elevator Association . .'-rnf' -.1 1- 1 9' -" -. 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