Moundridge High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Moundridge, KS)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 50 of the 1959 volume:
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Presented by the 1958-59 journalism class.
The staff: Carol Goering, editorg Roger
Goebel and Mark Sander, photographers.
We'll try to show the progress made
Since first the school began,
Because the school term was the last
Before the rural plan.
The doors in school here, opened first
In Eighteen ninety-eight.
Here classes met all in one room
That now seems out of date.
The freshmen and the sophomores
Were then called Junior High
While juniors and famed seniors
Were classed as Senior High.
0. D. Coupher teacher was,
In case you often wondered,
When first class here did graduate
In year of Nineeen-hundred.
They class pins bought instead of rings
The way we always do
But be it pins, instead of rings
Still sure, they proud were too.
No music then was taught in school
Except a little singing,
And then of course the music made
While bell in school was ringing.
"Gladstonian,' was the only group
Which then was organized.
Now could it be our PTA
From it has been revised?
Their members too were made up of
Community and school.
To give a program twice a year
Seemed to have been their rule.
A four year course adopted was
In Nineteen-hundred eight,
And this you know was carried on
Up to this present date.
Buildings for science and for ag.
In '37 new,
Were followed by a grand new gym
And soon a grade' school too.
We'd like to show our gratitude
To all who helped promote
And gladly did their part to aid
Moundridge High School's growth.
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THE CURRICULUM . . 3
Language Arts . . 4
Natural Science . . 8
Social Science . . 11
Fine Arts . . . 12
EXTRA-CURRICULAR . . 17
Organizations . . . 18
Sports .... . 22
Who's Who . . 30
Classes . . . 33
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FACULTY - Back Row Mr Ben Boese
Mr Gllbert Galle, Mr Harvey Loy, Mr.
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Top flight debaters celebrate the end of a su-ccessful -year. The group placed third
in state competition. Left to right: Kay Krehbiel, Wani-ta Stucky, Janet Wedel,
Kay Wedel, Mr. Stucky Qcoachl, Karlyn Stucky, Jocelyn Graber, Judy Krehbiel,
Marcia Krehbiel, James Stucky, Danielle Goering.
Public speaking has played a vital role
in the MHS curriculum since 1914. This
j year under the leadership of Mr. Stucky
and Mrs. Bich all seven entrants in state
competition rat-ed I's.
EXTE.MP. INFORM. ORATIO-NS: Kay Wedel, extemp.
MKL II, Dist. IIg Janet Wedel, extefmp. and inform
MKL I, Dist. I, 'State Ig Karlyn Stucky and Kay Kreh-
-biel, orations MKL I, Dist. I, State Ig Pam Adrian,
inform. MKL I Dist II.
READINGS: Judy Krehbiel MKL I, Dist. I, State
Ig Patsy Kre-hbiel MKL I, Dist. IIQ Karlyn' Stucky
Dist. II, Pat Wedel MKL II, Dist. I, State I.
POETRY and PROSE: Wanita Stucky - poetry
MKL I, Dist. II, Kay Krehbiel - Prose MKL II,
Dist. I, State I.
CO-NTIEST PLAY "The Sisters McIntosh"
Pam Kaufman, Mark Sander, Judy Krehbiel.
League and District ratings II.
JUNIOR - SENIOR PLAY COMBINED
JUNIOR - SENIOR PLAY: Pam Kauffman, Delila Schrag,
Wendell Kaufman, Karlyn Stucky and Wanita Stucky witness
the breaking of a tea cup during a scene from "A Bull In A
Ohina Shop." Other mem-bers of the cast included: Kay Kreh-
biel, Wanda Goering, Judy Krelmbiel, Sherwin Schrag, Mark
Sander, Steve Goering and Roger Goefbel.
ONE ACT PLAY: A scene
from "A Pair of Luna.tics"
in which James Stucky and
Judy Krehbiel pretend to be
inmates in a mental insti-
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Although' a journalism class as such is rela-
tively recent, a yearbook called "Owl" was
printed in 1917. Other names, used before the
MHS yearbook became known as "Wildcat",
were "Sunflower" and "Yarn,"
Beginning in 1924, school news was written
in a section of the Moundridge Journal. The
independent school newspaper the "Wildcat's
Howl", was first printed in 1945.
This year's journalism class consisting of
ten students and advisor, Mrs. Harder, publish-
ed the paper, the "Wildcat's Howl" as well as
this yearbook. Carolee Goering served as
"Wildcat's Howl" editor, while the rest of the
girls in class took turns assisting her. Carol
Goering, "Wildcat" editor, was assist-ed by
Mark Sander. Roger Goebel and Mark Sander
acted as photographers for both publications.
Mark Sander and Roger Goebel busy in the dark
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right: Nancy Niehage,
Doris Sftucky, Carol
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cky, Clharles Gehrin-g,
Seated: Mark Sander,
Roger Goebel, Lois
Schrag, Carolee Goer-
ing f"Wildcat's Howl"
editorj, and Ira An-
Mrs. Rowe assists freshmen girls in home economics.
Shirley takes the wheelg Mr. Boese shows
Fred 'Smith uses power equipment in the shop.
Wendell is given advice by classmate in
Richard and George work in Voc. Ag. Mr. Oltmanns
taught popular shop course.
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TRIO - MKL ll, Dist. II
Kathy Goering, Karlyn Stuclcy, Kay Wedel
SEXTET - MKL III, Dist. II
Wanda Goering, S-haron Goering, Marlene Stuck
Renetta Stucky, Doris Flickner, Lois Schumache
MUSE EEWPQ Y T'
When the school was founded there was
little music.'The first girls glee club, or-
ganized in 1916, was combined with the
boys glee club to form a mixed chorus.
The chorus sang for several literary pro-
grams during that year.
In contrast, this year the music depart-
ment, including the girls and boys glee
clubs, the band, the mixed chorus and
numerous ensembles and soloists, has
participated in two or three music contests
and has presented, several musical pro-
PIANO SOLOISTS - MKL II, Dist. II
Marcia Krelvbiel and Judy Krehbiel
FRESHMEN - SOPHOMORE ENSEMBLE - MKL II, Dist. I, State I
Shirley Stucky, Judith Flickner, Gwen Goering, Edith Galle, Janet
Goering, T-heora Pauls, Connie Hirschler, Patsy Krehbiel, Janet Wedel,
Judy Stucky, Pat Wedel.
QUARTET - MKL II, Dist. II TRIPLE TRIO -MKL III, Dist. II
Stucky, 'Mark -Sander, Ira Anders, Steve Sandy Stucky, Carol Goering, Pam Kaufman, Kay Krehbiel,
Lois Schrag, Wanita Stucky, Carolee Goering, Marianne
Stucky, fnot picturedj Jocelyn Gralber.
CHORUS - MIKL III, Dist. II
W1 James G0el'U1g, Ronnie Stucky, Steve Goering, Phillip Ratzloff, Dwight Goering, Calvin Unruh, Duane
Mark fSander,. Keith Moddelmog, Keith Goering, Gillbert Burgan, David Goering, Kenneth Rupp.
ww: Sllfaroffu Goeflllg, Nancy Niehage, Kathy Goering, 'Susan Higgins, Carol Goering, Twila, Schrag, Patsy
Comme Hn'SFh1e1': Doris stuclfy, Velma Goering, Lois Schumacher, Mr. Lannin-g. Third row: Kay Wedel,
Stucky, Walllffa Stucky, Sherrill Schrag, Carolee Goering, Pam Kaufman, Lois Sc-hrag, Judith Goebel
Stucky, Rosemary HeHd9l'S0n, Charlotte Sehmg, Delila Schrag, Shirley Stucky, Pam Adrian.
Fllcknerv Kay Kfehbiel, Marlene Goering. Bottom row: Judy Krehbiel, Marianne Stucky, Wanda Goering: 13
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Pep Club president and sponsor conffer
Future Farmers increase equipment.
Y-Teen Hat Day.
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again fostered school spirit and
Instead of changing uniforms
club decided to standardize its
red letter-sweaters, black skirts,
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the leadership of Judy Krehbiel has
supported the team at every game.
every year as was the custom the
uniforms. The complete outfits are
and white blouses.
FIRST TEAM C1HE1Q1tLEADmrm: Charlotte Schrag, SECOND TEAM CHEERLEADERS Judith Flick!!
Marlene Stucky,,Kathy Goering, Marilyn Stucky, Judith Judith Preheim, Judy Stucky, Danielle Goering
Cabinet members at Christmas party. Y-Teens, Mrs. Schwarz and Mrs Rowe assist with
State YWCA meeting.
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The first Y-Teen club at MHS, organized in 1918, was called YWCA.
In 1922 the club adopted the name, Girls Reserve, and retained this
name until 1947 when the club acquired its present name, Y-Teens.
The purpose of this organization is "To build a fellowship of women
and girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common lives, those
ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by
our faith as Christians. In this endeavor we seek to understand Jesus,
share his love for all people, and grow in the knowledge and love of
Heart Sister week clos-es with gift exclhange.
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Wanita Stucky reigned as "Queen
of Hearts" at the victorious homecom-
ing tussle with Inman October 24.
Attendants were Judy Krehbiel and
Thirty-nine boys reported for practice in Sep-
temfberg twelve of these were letter-men. The
squad members pictured below are, back row:
R. Stucky, E. Goering, S. Kreh-biel, L. Goer-
ing, L. Kreh-biel, T. Adrian, N. Mendoza, P.
Dirksen, J,'Durst, T. Kaufman. Second row:
J. Unruh, F. Smith, B. Goering, R, Stucky,
J. Penner, S. Guyer, M. Jantz, G. Wedel,
M. Rupp. Third row: R. V-ogts, S. Kaufman,
B. Harder, V. Gra-ber, G. Burgan, G. Toews,
K. Guyer, K. Goering, C. Unruh. Front
row: M, Sander, D. Moddelmog, W. Goering,
P. Ratzlaff, T. Voth, K. Vogts, C. Graber,
Galle and Wilbur
A royal kiss with in
Above: G. Burgan, K. Goering,
Right: M. Sander, W. Goering,
Below: K. Guyer, G. Toews
Underclassmen saw action in
second team and freshmen team
Haven 3 2
Pretty Prairie 12
Buhler 2 0 12
Inman 0 2 6
Burrton Q 2 0
Halstead 10 0
Above: C. Unruh, V. Graber,
Left: K. Vogts, P. Ratzloff, T.
Below: J. Penner, S. Kaufman
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Basketball homecoming fes-
tivities were planned hy the
Pep Club using the theme,
Fantasy Land. Though the
Panthers spoiled the evening
by winning, MHS students
and fans were treat-ed to a
fine brand of ball and a de-
lightful crowning ceremony.
Pictured below are Queen
Kay Ann Krehbiel and her
attendants, Doris Stucky
and Carolee Goering.
On stage: Nelson, Caroleen Kay Ann, Duane, Doris and Jerroll. On the
court-1--Marlene, Juditih G.,'Judy S., Charlotte and Judy P.
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In honor of the Queen
Jackie and Karen
Carolee and Nelson
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Back row: L. Buller, I. Welty, K.
Vogts, T. Voth, C. Graber. Second
row: T. Kaufman, E. Schrag, M.
Rupp, R. Stucky, J. Durst fMgr.J
Front row: N. Durst, J. Penner,
D. Moddelmog, C. Unruh, J.
Goebel. Coaches: Ray Wilbur and
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Marion 5 4
Ellinwood 5 6
Inman 4 6
Burrton 5 7
Halstead 4 6
Pretty Prairie 64
C. Graber K. Vogts L. Buller
Bal1's in play!
C. Unruh J. Penner
Top MKL athletes vie for ball.
That elusive hoop!
'l'wo school records were set
this season. Nelson Durst bet-
tered the previous records in
pole vault and broad jump.
Freshmen showed interest in
track this spring which gave
the coaches reason to believe
that a larger group can be ex-
pected to participate in the
Seven boys qualified for the regional
meet. They are pictured at right:
N. Durst, K. Vogts, C. Unruh, D.
Moddelmog, B. Boese, C. Graber,
Bob Boese was- the only entrant in the state meet. Bob
placed seventh in the half-mile. Time 2:07.
The squad: 'Standing-I. Welty, Coach Wil-bur, N.
Durst, K. V-ogts, D. Moddelmog, C. Unruh, T. Kruse,
P. R-atzloff, B. Boese, M. Rupp, L. Buller, S. Guyer,
C. Grwber, K. Guyer, Coach Galle. Kneeling: F. Smith
T. Kaufman, T. Adrian, J. Miller, G. Toews, J. Strausz,
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MR. MILFORD E. GREER: Superintendent
MRS. DELIA GRABER: Office Secretary i
BOARD MEMBERS OF DISTRICT 72: Joe Goering, i
Raymond Kaufman, Marvin Goering, Lester Goering, i
RURAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 8 BOARD MEM
BERS: Ervin Krehbiel, Joe Goering, Clifford Hetzke
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County grade school graduate.
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Twenty-nine jubilant seniors graduated May 22. The year was high-
lighted by the hard 'earned trip to Kirkwood Lodge in Missouri.
Money raising projects to promote the trip included: food sales,
paper drives, corn picking bees, and concessions. After all expenses
were paid the class still had enough money for a trip to Joyland,
which they took following senior assembly May 21. Mrs. Maryan
Harder and Mr. Charles Schwarz were class sponsors.
Back row: Keith Goering, Robert Boese, Dwight Goering, Ira Anders, Sherwin Schrag, Duane Moddelmog,
Gilbert Burgan, Wendell Kauffman, Robert Ru-pp, Myron Voth, Jerroll Goebel, Danny Stucky, Joel Schrag,
Nelson Durst, Monte Tatro. Front row: Delila Schrag, Judy Krehbiel, Marlene Gehring, Kay Wedel, Pam
Adrian, Kay Ann Krelh-biel, Wanita Stucky, Lois Sehrag, Doris Stucky, Carol Goering, Susan Higgins, Velma
Goering, Carolee Goering, Judith Goebel.
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We want the facts, Ma'm."
"Pomp and Circumstancen
That Well-Earned Vacation
An unusual class project
picking up corn.
Top row: Kendall Guyer,
Mark Sander, Ivan Welty,
Wayne Goering, Kenneth
Second row: Steve Goering,
George Toews, Dwight
Goering, Johnnie Penner.
Bottom row: Sherrill Schrag,
Kathy Goering, Vaughn
Graber, Steve Kaufman.
Top row: Charles Hoyer,
Phillip Ratzloff, Clark Gra-
ber, Keith Moddelmog, Tom
Second row: Twila Schrag,
Jocelyn Graber, Karlyn
Stucky, Nancy Niehage,
Bottom row: Charlotte
Schrag, Wanda Goering,
Rosemary Henderson, Lean-
Top row: Larry Buller,
Richard, Doering, Tom
Kruse, Calvin Unruh, Phil
Second row: Richard Stu-
cky, Roger Goebel, Mrs.
Bich, sponsor, Ronald Stu-
Bofttom row: Sandy Stucky,
Pam Kaufman, Charles Geh-
ring, Larry Voth.
JUNIORS HONOR SENIORS
AT SPRING BANQUET
Chili suppers, candy sales, and
food sales were some of the projects
Juniors decorate tables for banquet.
of the junior class.
The class enjoyed two parties-a
skating party and a party in the gym.
Highlight of the year was the junior-
senior banquet at the Rfipley Hotel
Sherrill Schrag welcomes seniors
at Junior-Senior Banquet.
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Entering the "hallowed halls"
of MHS for the first time were
fifty-one "green" freshmen.
Sponsored by Mr. Galle and Mr.
Loy the class had two skating
parties in Newton. Perhaps the
event most dreaded by the fresh-
men and the most enjoyed by
lthe seniors was freshman initia-
Freshmen girls serve
New faculty members, Mr. Cletus
Cary and Mrs. Virginia Rowe al-
so get initiated.
Joyous seniors look on as fresh-
men pass oranges from neck to
Back row: Richard Marteney,
James Goebel, Richard Scott
Goering, Virgil Wedel, Allen
Gaeddert, Roberta Stucky,
Front row: Barbara Hender-
son, Geraldine Ratzloff, Bren-
da Adrian, Donna Schmidt,
Mary Goering, Calvin Pre-
Back row: ivur-iam Sander, Jonn E. Stucky, Vernon Koch, John G. Stucky, Clyde
Schmidt, Rieford Nichols, Mrs. Reinhard Voth fteacherj.
Front row: James Durst, Sue Burditt, Patricia Jo Goering, Leol-a Whitman,
Outstanding athletes who returned trophy laden in basketball, base-
ball and track.
A hula scene from "King Ko-Ko
Back row Roger Pauls Jimmy
Berg, Bobby Kleln Randy
Dalke Roger Lehmberg
Front row Beverly Vogts
Irene Lawson, Celia Krehbxel,
Sharon Parker, Nancy Rupp.
ack row: Wayne Niehage, Lois Jantz, Mr. Dennis Cash fteacherj, Myrtle Schmidt,
ont row: Valetta Goering, Billy Helms, Lawanda Lacy, Norman Galle, Kathleen
lways dependable, our cheerleaders.
County music and spelling entrants.
PAM ADRIAN -- Y-Teen cabinet 3, 4, Pep Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Jr, Play, debate 2, 3, forensics entrant
2, 3, 4, music festival entrant 3, 4, mixed chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, girls glee 1, 2, 3, 4, band 1, 2, 3, 4,
sax quartet 3, 4, valedictorian.
IRA ANDERJS -- Pep Club 1, basketball 1, Jr.
play, musical festival entrant 3, 4, mixed chorus
3, 3, 4, boys glee 1, 2, 3, band 1, 2, boys quartet
ROBERT 1B'OE'S'E - fln Texasl Class pres. 1,
v. pres. 2, FFA 1, 2, football 1, 2, basketball
1, 2, track 1, 2, IMHSJ FFA 3, track 3, 4.
GILBERT BURGAN -- FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, football
1, 2, 3, 4, basketball 1, 2, 3, track 1, 2, 3, 4,
mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, boys glee, mixed en-
NELSON DURST - Class pres. 4, v. pres. 2,
football 1, 2, 3, basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, track 1, 2,
3, 4, band 2, 3, 4, band pres. 4, school photo-
MARLENE GEHRING - Y-Teen cabinet 4,
mixed chorus 2, 3, 4, girls glee 1, 2, 3, 4.
JERRJOLL GOEBEL -- Stuco 3, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4,
sec. 3, pres. 4, football 1, 2, basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
track 1, 2, 3, Jr. play, good citizenship boy 4.
JUDITI-I GOEBEL - Cl-ass sec. 2, treas. 3,
Y-Teen cabinet 3, 4, sec. 4, Pep Clu-b 1, 2, 3, 4,
mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, girls glee 1, 2, 3, 4,
'band 1, 2, 3, 4, girls ensemble 1, 2, football queen
attendant 4, cheerleader 2, 3, 4, twirler 3, 4,
woodwind quintet 1, clarinet quartet 1, 2, 3,
clarinet trio 2, 3, woodwind octet 4.
CAROL GOERING - Y-Teen cabinet 3, 4, Pep
Clufb 3, 4, forensics entrant 2, 3, mixed chorus-
1, 2, 3, 4, girls glee 1, 2, 3, 4, triple trio 3, 4,
"Wildcat" ass't. editor 3, editor 4.
CAROLEE GOERING - Class pres. 2, Stuco 1,
pres. 4, Y-Teen cabinet 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Pep
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, girls
glee 1, 2, 3, 4, band 1, 2, 3, 4, triple trio 3, 4,
girls ensemble 1, 2, mixed ensemble 3, "Howl"
editor 4, basketball queen attendant 4.
H. KEITH GOERING - FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, treas. 4,
reporter 3, football 1, 2, 3, 4, basketball 1, 2, 3,
track 1, 2, 3, mixed ch-orus 4, boys glee 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES GOERING - Mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
boys glee 1, 2, 3, 4, debate 3.
VELMA GOERING -- Y-Teen cabinet 4, Pep
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, mixed c'horus 3, 4, girls glee
1, 2, 3, 4.
SUSAN HIGGINS - Y-Teen cabinet 3, 4, Pep
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, mixed chorus 2, 3, 4, girls glee
1, 2, 3, 4, girls ensemble 1.
WENDELL KAUFMAN -- Class pres. 1, v. pres.
3, FFA 'Stuco 4, Stuco v. pres. 3, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4,
sec. 2, vice pres. 3, football 1, 2, basketball 1, 2,
track 1, Jr. play, Jr.-Sr. play, con-test play 3,
debate 3, forensics entrant 3, band 1, 2.
JUDY KREHBIEL - Class sec. 4, Y-Teen cab-
inet 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Jr. play,
Jr.-Sr. play, contest play 3, 4, debate 4, forensics
entrant 2, 3, 4, music festival entran-t 3, 4,
twirler 2, drum majorette 3, 4, mixed chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, girls glee 1, 2, 3, 4, band 1, 2, 3, 4,
football queen attendant 4.
KAY ANN KRELHBIEL - Class sec. 3, treas 4,
Stuco 2, Y-Teen cabinet 3, 4, pres. 4, Pep Club
1, 2, 3, 4, v. pres, 3, stuco 4, Jr.-Sr. play, debate
2, 3, 4, forensics entrant 2, 3, 4, music festival
entrant 1, 2, 3, 4, mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, girls
glee clu-b 1, 2, 3, 4, triple trio 3, 4, girls ensemble
1, 2, mixed ensemble 3, good citizenship girl.
DUANE MODDELM-OG - Class v. pres. 4, treas.
1, Pep Club 1, football 2, 3, 4, basketball 1, 2, 3,
4, rtrack 1, 2, 3, 4, mixed chorus 2, 4, boys glee
1, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT RUPP - FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, football
1, 2, 3, basketball 1, track 1, 3, mixed chorus
1, 2, 3, boys glee 1, 2, 3.
DELILA SOHRAG - Y-Teen cabinet 3, 4, sec. 4,
Jr. play, Jr.-Sr. play, forensics entran-t 2, mixed
chorus 2, 3, 4, girls glee 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOEL SWCHRAG - FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
LOIS SCHRAG - Class- v. pres. 1, Y-Teen cab-
inet 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, sec. 4, music festival
entrant 2, mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, girls glee 1, 2,
3, 4, band 1, 2, 3, 4, triple trio 3, 4, girls en-
sem-ble 1, 2, sax. ensemble 3, 4, FFA queen 3,
May queen attendant 4.
'SHERWIN SCH-RAG - Class- treas. 2, pres, 3,
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, football 1, 2, basketball 1, 2,
track 1, 2, 3, contest play 3, Jr. play, mixed
chorus 2, 3, boys glee 1, 2, 3.
DANNY STUCKY - FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, sentinel 3,
reporter 4, basketball 1, 2, 3, track 1, 2, Jr. play,
mixed chorus 2, 3, 4, boys glee 1. 2, 3, 4-
DORIS STUCKY - Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, PEP
Club 1, 3, 4, mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, girls glee
1, 2, 3, 4, girls ensemble 1, basketball queen
WANITA STUCKY - Stuco 4, Y-Teen cabinet 4,
Pep Club 1, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr, play, debate 2, 3, 4, for-
ensics entrant 2, 4, music festival entrant 2, 3, 4,
mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, girls glee 1, 2, 3, 43
band 2, 3, 4, triple trio 3, 4, girls ensemble 1, 2,
mixed ensemble 3, clarinet ensemble 3, 4, FFA
queen attendant 2, football queen 4.
MONTE TATRO - Football 1, 2, basktball 1,
track 1, 2.
'MYROIN VOTH - FFA 1, 2, football manager 2.
KAY WEDEL - Class sec. 1, Y-Teen cabinet
3, 4, Stuco rep., Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4. treas.:
debate 2, 3, 4, forensics entrant 2, 3, 4, music
festival entrant 1, 2, 3, 4, mixed chorus 1, 2, .3, 45
girls glee 1, 2, 4, band 1, 2, 3, 4, triple the 33
trio 4, girls ensemble 1, 2, Stuco sec. 4, clarinet
quartet 2, 3, clarinet trio 3, clarinet octet 4,
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MHS, salutatorian. -
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