Mullinville High School - Tiger Tales Yearbook (Mullinville, KS)
- Class of 1951
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Fourteen little Frcs men enbarked upon their four ycvr
voyarc throurh hifh school education in the year nineteen
hundred fourty s von. 'ill ohermwn, Ierie Cwcns and Barbara
Liller left us thwt ycfr. Forma Vnrtin was elected as Presi-
dent of the little rroup. Cvrol Feedrick and Teoree Jindle
reiened as King and ,ueen of the Carnival.
- ormu resided over thirteen rember. of the Sophomore
class the next your. Ile 3op?oxores served the Junior-Senio
to the soft me
lodious strains of a Ta:
The eirls were dressef in the Hasaiian native costume of
frass skirts and lei. Sze boys dressed it 'Lite seilor suit
Thirteen student :tdrtef the Junior yffr. Forma rot
married and ther ther were twelve. David foolerj took con-
trol of the ship ss Fr silent for the last two yiwrs. A ban
quot, with the theme of reflections, was riven in honor of
the Seniors. The mcnew rfkine projects were tlc sellinr of
nseazine subscription fnd the Junior play n7on't Tale Ky
Penry.n Junior rinss were received this jcor.
The last year was n busy yeur filled .ith money mnkini
projects. Gone of these were: jhc selline of concessions
at football and basketball dimes, 9
wllinr pencils with the
basketball schedule on them, scllinr of advertising to mer-
chants of local towns for the nnrual. The students nlso con-
tracted the job of washint the window: of the Qrade school
suiliinf, sold Greetinn Cards at Christmas Qi.e gnd sold sub-
scriptions to the Pratt Eribune. A ploy H gmricdn Passportn
was presented or the niiht of April 15th. SLo Seniors 'ere .'.'
honored by a banquet river for them oy the Juniors on April
21. Carol Kendrick loft us ut the first of the fear to fet
married, this left eleven Seniors.
The Senior clcss has been well represertcf in the nop
club in the post yewrs. forms Knrtin, Cwrol Hendrick and
Phyllis Deen led the pep club for two years. f'rj A"n lrovnx
helped cheer the boys to victorj the last year.
The Four yowrs of the 3eLior's voyiie throueh cducetion
was climaxed by d trip to the Southwestern part of the Wnlted
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Lhllinville oowpleted its 50-51 basketball
season with 1 10-10 record. FPe Tiiors took
t?ird in the Ninnescah leamue Tournument held
at Pratt. Four Senior lettermen Koolery, Jin-
dse, Schmidt and 'ondriok will Qrodunte from
tris Vear's squad.
This page is sponsored by
W. R. Johnson--Insurance
Tucker M Bradley Motor Co.
Rader, Kilvore, Martin, Rose, Tioolery, Coates,
Aldrich, Zimmerman, Hayse, J. Doug1RSS, Oneya
L. Ifindle, P. Tfindle, Headrick, Norris, Currier
D. Douglass, Kullbom, Coy, Hadley, Hoff.
The Tigers entered competition this
year in the newly formed Hinneseah League.
Competition was tough. Byers finished
first, Ya' ilnnd second, and Cullisorz was
tihird in the League. Ifullinville fin-
ished vfitlx tx-so wins and Six losses. Two
Seniors, Jim Ifeedrick and David Ifoolery,
were lost, t1xrow1gj1 graduation from the
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The YLTeen club, under the sponsorship of
Kiss Wilda Greeley, had 28 members this year.
The cabinet consisted of Pres., Lavona
Schmidt, Vice-pres., Mary Anna Brown, Sec.,
Reta Price, Treas., Ramona Price, Pianist,
Patty Davis and 5 Committee Chairmen. The
largest project of the club was the carnival
which was held in conjunction with the Hi-Y.
Other functions were the serving of a tea
in honor of the mothers and other YWCA mem-
bers, a party at which the Hi-Y boys and
the Faculty were guests, and the serving of
refreshments for the annual Co-op meetinq.
Five 7irls attended the winter conference
which was held at Ashland, Kansas on October
26. Two girls were elected to go to the
summer camp at Camp Sedan this year.
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The Hi-Y is a member of the National Hi-Y
and the State Hi-Y organizations. The club
has 28 members this year and the following
officers: Pres., George Windleg Vice-Pres.,
David Wooleryg Sec., lhck Norris: Trees.,
Jim Headrick and Program Chairman, Walter
The Hullinville Hi-Y club has had
a very successful year as they participated
in putting on the carnival and entertained
the Y-Teens at a chili supper and skate.
The club also participated in the Kansas
Hi-Y model Leqislature in which Walter Price!
David Woolery and George Windle attended the
pre-legislature conference at Hays, Kansas.
Walter Price and David Woolery attended the
model Legislature at Topeka, Kansas where
Walter was a Senator.
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The Boys Glee Club is a larfer group
than last year, and hopes to keep on
growinf. This mroup started with sim-
ple two-part music and has advanced to
some four-part music. This shows their
interest and how they try to do better
work, and at the same tire find enjoy-
ment in singing. They were in the voc-
al festival at Pratt, spring concert,
and festival at Dodge City.
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The pep club consisted of members of the student
Rody that followed the Ti3er's team and cheered
them on. They were well represented in every
rwhe tle Tirers played. The pep clue pwt on veri-
ous essen lies during the year. Club members as
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semblies ore interestinr. The pep club tried h'rd
to leee wr the team spirit and to be food sports
et all tires. The cheer leaders joined the cheer
lrsders of the other lensue towns in Pratt to sell
edvertisinf for prosrams sold during the Pratt
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The Girls Glee Club is composed of most of the hiti school jirls. They pzrzlgioeted
in the Hinnescah league vocal festival at Pratt in the full, in the spring concert,
and the District music festifal at Dodge City in the Sprint. These girls sinj for
the enjoyment of singing end also for the feeling of doini somethinf together to ac-
complish the whole.
GlRI.S'GlEE CLUB MIXED CHORUS
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Due to full schedules, this group hasn't ret as often as they would like. But they
participated in the fall vocal festival at Pratt, spring concert, and district music
festival at Dodge City. This combined group offers a greater chance to perform bet-
ter works than when seperated into two groups. The group is lerqer than before, and
is srowinf still--in number and musically.
The Senior Class presented a social ooiedy ngxeri'fn Tnssportn Fridcj, Lyrll lb. 4
larse crowd was well entertained with fine ch rect rizutions by the cast. ihigserioun
father flavid Jooleryj is worried abs t the subversive opin ons of his children. Dick
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