Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)

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4. L-ff , 5' faffi 57.2 V "sf, -'Qi --li-ii 355.555 -"1Tf fi:1iQ'f firf il THE 1951 IUILDCHT In Pictures And Tqpe The Staff Presents ix 'Dx Editor . . . Sandra Surriniers A591 Editor . . . . Joan Smith """""" Bus. Iwlgr. . . Mary Ellen Galvan Advt. Mgr.. . .Richard Young Q, Advisor , . Mrs. L, W, Doycn x Editor in Chief . . Sandra Summe1's Your yearbook C Stuff . . . . . .lolin Rogers, Lois Spain, Lloyd llarvcy, Ln-ln I-frgusori, Howard Johnson. COURTESY OF MULVANE NEWS Z MULVANE PUBLIC SCHOOLS P, C HESSER.SUPERlNTENDENT MULVANE. KANSAS School Year lySJ-lifl Dear' Students rlng toe L St J I' 'nf l cnoul rovn run a clas Iwo J 1 c D c Qu .e me -:road of me og1oor'tur:i'l,f F- e able ff oVI'.:r yol, 1av1elj size--iiizeui 25 ing irer cnlon for social imnro JGTTISH enter' 'ifnfent 'mol I"F3Cl"'.,9.tl.fDI'I For all. A s I know it is the .visa of the Faculty and the MR, P,C, HESSER rnfemoers of the Board of Education to give each student Superintendent of Mulvane every omportunity tm wake each .me a better' oers JYI to Public Schools meet tie problems of tne future. To our Seniors, .ve :WSH all ide success and hap- -,iness as they To from our nigh school and uve only Howe that 1-inet have been able to ilve each one .will Rely to iframe nirn 3 Success in .W-:et ever' he undertakes , , , to Admlmstratlon Yours truly CSG X Suoorlnmendent BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SUPERINTENDENT OF MULVANE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: Chas. W. O'Bryant, TreasurergArthur E. Owen, Directorg Mr. P. C. Hesser, Superintendentg Jennings M. Reusser, Clerk. COMPLIMENTS OF KIMBLE ELECTRIC 3 The Facultq ,Q Mr Phll Cook s Peggy Doye Mr Lce Doyen Mathematics and Englrsh and Vocattonal Gurdance Dramatrcs Agmculturn Mr Ralph Haynes Mrs Llaradme Johnson Mr George Johnson Scrence and Commerce and Coachrng and SOC131 SCILDCC Offrce Commerce Mr. Waldo Pankratz Miss Inez Rash Mrs. Molly White Music Home Economics English and Librarlan COURTESY OF G. C. HOOTON FINE FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING 4 Senior Class Gfficers President Senior Class,FlfA I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi- Y President 3: Boys' Glec Club 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Quill Type 1, 2, 3, 4. MAURICIA SATTERTHWAITE Vice-President Senior Class, Kayettes I, 2, 3, 4, Kayette Treasurer 3, Band I, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus i, 2, 3, Quill Type 2, 3, 4, Student Council Repre- sentative 2, FHA I, 2, Pep Club 2, Secretary of Sophomore Class. 0. LOIS SPAIN V Transfer Olathe, Kansas. Secretary of Senior Class, Girls' 0 :Q -1- Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Kayettes 4, Pep Club 4. 5 2 , N MARY ELLEN GALVAN ' ' . Treasurer of Senior Class, Kayettes I, 2, 3, 4, FHA i, 2, V FHA President 2, Pep Club 2, 4, Quill Type 4, Annual Staff vffyr Business Manager 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4. b ' 1 ,:5Q:g1j.',f.:' lie, I L Q s IERRY BARNETT Transfer Berkeley, California. Student Council Representa- ative 4, Student Council President 4, FHA 2, Kayettes 2, 3, 4, Kayette Vice-President 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Quill Type 4, Girls' Ensern- ble 2, 3, Brass Sextet 3. RONALD REED Transfer Maud, Oklahoma. Student Council Representative 4, Student Council Vice-President 4, Basketball 3, 4, Pep Club 4, FFA 4, FFA Vice-President 4, Hi-Y 4. GARLAND BELL Hi-Y 1, 4, Hi-Y Vice-President 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 3. BOBBY BOWLBY Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus I, Boys' Glee Club lg Quill Type I, 2, 3, 4, Quill Type Treasurer 3, Quill Type Vice- President 4, Football 1, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play. CONGRATULATIONS TO SENIOR CLASS OF '51 MULVANE STATE BANK MLLBA Llll' FORD .I ettes I ee 3 4 Mrx lorus I FIIA I 2 Flll Treasurer 'Y Pep Club lflb Ensemble 4 Aecompanrst Boys G ee Clu ,lumor Play DELVA CLOSE euesr 2 4 G G ubl 2 M e orus I 3 4 Pep Clu Pep Club Presrdent 4 Grrls Ensemble 3 Clarrnet Quartet 2 3 Drum Majorette 2 3 4 Presrdent Freshman Class Vrce Presrdent Juruor Class Iunror Play ROX LEE DAVIS Y 2 3 4 HI Y Program Cll3ll'lTl8 4 FF Boys Glee Club3 Footballl 2 3 4 Basketball 4 Track I PHILLIP DULANIEY Football I Qurll Type 4 Junror Play Pl-IYLLIS DDLANEY ette I 2 3 4 FHAI 2 Qu1l1Type4 Pep Clu 4 Lrbrarran 4 LELA FLRCUSON leayert s I 3 4 Fayette 50115 Leader 4 FHA I 2 Grrls 3 4 Qurll Type Seerexary 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Annual sraff 4 Secretary of Freshman Class Iunlor Play CONNIIE GARNETT Transfer Derby l-eanas lxayfettes 2 3 4 bl-lA2 PepClub Irl e b 3 lxllxed C horu IA llJ L y L, lor l ay ll DELURLS GILL5 lkei alle l e e 2 ll e ee 3 4 MIXCLI ru L rl Fnserr ble 2 3 Football Quee B. L CAl F LXI IIN S CUNCRATULATIOINS Fu FHL GIPADUAIING CLASS Olr 51 1575 '5 A'-r.r'?,, Ky' 1 , 2, 3, 4, Glrls' Glf' Club I, 2, , 5 cd Cl '.-2.3.45 .-c f" '-.'x 2. G' .' '2. 5. s ' ' - 11 b 4: Kay 1' , , 3, 45 FHA I, 25 Band I, 2, 3, 5 Irls' lee C1 . .3.4: ixyd Ch .2. .51 b2.4: Hi- I. . . 2 " ' fl : AI. 2. 3: ' z . . . : ' I. 2. 3. Kay S . . . : . z ' I Q b 2. .:',A2,. L' I I 'fs .-1 " Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 fNllX6d Chorus I, 45 Quill Type I, 2, 2, 45 G s' G1'L'C1ll I, 2, 3, 45 I 1 Q 54. C. l QILES III-Y 1, 2, 45 FII-rcball I, 2, 3, 45 CJlllllTy"3" I. 2. 3, 41 lun' 'l. '5 ll Y Tre-as re-r. "y" -s , 2, 3, 45 liayetle 'l'r'asIIrur 45 FHA I, 5 Q Ill Typ- 3, 45 Pulvlllllbl,4gG1IlQ'Gl"C1I1b I, 2, , 5 . Chu SI, 2, 3, 45 li 9' . 5-1 , 5 n2. D. ' ,f Q 7 " 'D ., I . , , , . l ERNESTINE GOOD Transfer lVldl'lOll Kansas Band 2 3 4 G1rls Glee Club 2 3 4 M1xed Cl1orus2 3 4 lxayettt 2 3 4 Kayette PIL 1dom4 Kayeltc. 'iv.Lrs.tary3 Pep! lub 2 3 Student CouI1c11 3 FHA 2 Qll1llTyIDL 3 4 Student Coun1.1l V ce Iresldnnt 3 G1rls Fn QIllblL.3 Mlxed Chorus Accompamst 4 Juu1or Play ROBERT HANJD 11Type. 2 3 4 Boys Glen Clubl 2 3 4 Ban lrxod Chorus I 2 b 2 3 4 FFA I 2 3 4 studentCounc11Representat1ver Track Mrxed Octet 2 Iumor Play LLOYD HARVEY Transfer Stdaha lNl1SSOUl'l Boys Glee Club4 M1xed Chorus 4 Band4 Basketb 14 H HOLLINGSVNORTH IR Transfer W1ch1ta Kansas H1 Y 3 4 FFA 3 Football 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Jumor Play BRUCE HUK LE Y I Boys Glen Club I 3 Pep Club 4 TEMPLE LEE HURD ettesr 2 3 4 A 3 4 C ub 2 4 G1rls Glee Club I 3 4 Ab5lSI3.lll Busrness Manager of Annual 3 HOWARD JOHNSONI HI Y I 4 H1 Y Duotlonal Cha1rman 4 Band I 2 Football 2 3 4 ARTHUR MAYFIELD FFA I 2 3 4 FFA Prc,s1dent 4 FFA Trcasurer3 Football HELEN MILLS ettesl 2 3 4 FHAI 2 FHA V1ce Pres 1:2 Club 2 4 Pep Club Secretary 4 Band I 2 Xl1xecl Chorus 4 G1r G1 Club I 2 4 Clarlnet Quarte Clar1netTr1o 2 MIRIAM MOORE ettes I 2 3 ll FHA lll5I0l'l3ll 2 Lnrls Glu. Cu234Band34PQpClub24 Congratulauons to Scmor Class of 51 O J Storey and Son Drstrrbuter of Plullrp 66 Products it QUVI A-. , 1 " " ' . . . : dl. 2. 3, 45 lN V ' , , , 3, 4, Pep Clll , 4, H1-Y l, 2, 23 ' ' 1 A . D. . ' , . FFA I, 2, 3, 43 FFA Secretary 4, FFA V1ce-Prcs1dent3gH1- Kay , , , ,FH I, 25 Ou1ll Type I, 2, , ,Pep 1 , : ' ' A . 3. . 1 V W '- . Q '- " A ' z ' . . 3. 45 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3. Kay - , , , 3 4 , 3 Q - ldtl g Pep I, 2, 3, ' I lS' CC I , , Q R ' ' 'I Z, Kay . . .4:'lAI,2: ' QT ' 1' I b l v I 1 C I v - . Y . Q , ,, . . . . ,, DONALD PECFHAM Transfer Axtell Nlebraskx H1 I 4 FFA 3 4 Bas etball 3 PAULINE POSEY ettesr 2 3 tt u INIIXCCI Chorus 2 4 Qutll Type 3 4 Ourll Type Treasurer 4 Pep Club Treasurer 2 AI'lllll'lIbI3fI'I'.LI1lOI 3 Sophomore Clas Treasurer Football Quu.n3 Iumor Play DONALD REED Transfer Maud Oklahoma Boys Glee Club3 4 Basketball 3 4 FFA 3 4 FFA R POIIQI4 HI Y 4 PepClub LA VERNE REUSSER Y 4 FFAI 2 3 4 FFA Treasure.r4 Stu n COUHCII Rearesentatlvez Bandl 2 3 4 M1xedChorus2 3 4 Pep CIUD4 Boys Glue Club2 3 4 JOHN ROGERS orballt 2 3 4 Ba tbrllz MARY BFTH SHORT Sophomore Class Treasurer Kayettesl 2 3 4 FHAI 2 FHA H1stor1an2 G1rls GleeClub1 2 3 4 INIIXCLICIIOILIS I 2 3 QUIII Type 2 3 4 QuIllTypeV1ce Presrdent Pep Club 2 4 Junlor Play IOAIN SMITH s G1-at Clubl 2 Balldl 2 3 4 Cheerlta AiSlSI3IlIEd1IOl' of Annual 4 Kayuttes I 2 3 4 FHA I 2 Pep Club 2 4 LEO SMITH I Mrxe C rusI 3 Boy Gltt Clu otball 3 FFA I JOYCE THOMAS Transfer La Pryor Texas lxayettes 4 Pea Club4 Glrl Glee Club 4 RICHARD YOUNIG ys Glee Clubr 2 3 4 Mxed Chorusl 3 4 Ba d rx 4 Baseba 4 ck 3 ketba I I1 Prts1df.nt 4 FFA I 2 Brass Ensemble 2 3 AXSSISIEIIII Buslness Manager Annual 4 lumor Play Ser rttarx 7IIlll'1lOIf lass CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS RAI.. DAVIS AGENCY Q 4. Kay , , , 4, FHA I, 2g Glrls' GI" Cl b I, 2, 3, 4, . 2 . 2 sf ' 5 s L ' - 4- Hl- I, 2, g , , , g I ' g de I 'I ' A ' : ' . . , 1 ' ' . Fo , , , g s' I , 3. . , L A , . 5 4 " ' ' ' " 3: Quill Type President 45 Student Councrl Representative I: Girl' ' I . . 3. 4: .-. , : U A der 4: Band , 2, 3, 4g ' d ,ho , , 4, ' -2 , b 2, 3, 4s F0 Q . 2. 3. 4- BO ' . . . Q 1 A . 2. . : H I, 2, 3, 45 Quill Type 45 Fntball I, 2. 3. : . ll 2, 3, ,Tm I, 2, g Bas ll , 2, 3, 4, H1-Y I, 45 I -Y 15:-5-2' in 4 , - ',g,',4Q1""',,hz . ,,, I Ivy: .v , . ,ygdw Q , h ,ef--6' Qzggf M 'A 4, aw -rw' , V, 5-U46 ,E ,., ,f UA, . Qi' Y ,'.' E140-1 A 7?i'i' -f ' ,Sf .A-,,5, 1' '7' 'wa 'J ...Q Q in 1. ' 'iv 4 f- -, an .'n,2wf1??' , f, 45 5 ' 5.4, 1. 1 " W ' ?f. dk, 'Ag' , .1 I, M45 f'W-Ashf-wllvn 9 4, Av x'f'!'2"4i'9f-"QE-ffiiiiia 7 - f 1-4 4 ,x iv!" - - .-nf gli , , , if f yd H!- vvv ffBi"'-.ng-rx 41 4- -3. 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V 'l V r.' jx 4:41 4, 1 , First Vear Of School Their Seventh Year Of School I945 l2Q The Senior Class Of I95I N U THE JUNIORS li J",- ag. ,Qs-, MW 'QQ' Q5 ""' l 95 nv-5 NY '12 Q., jab 125- 1 Ky 'luv ,Xb "" 2'4- f 'inf' 11' 4:7 ,v-v 'si sv' vi' xii J1rn Marsh PRESIDENT Colleen Wentworth VICE PRESIDENT Helen Frost SECRETARY Gerald Young TREASURER June Allen Loxs Bachrnan Charles Bradberry Charles Brown Carl Cash Jack Coffey Sh1rley Copeland Delwyn Dlckey R1chard Dulaney Beverly Elhott Judy H1ggs Nancy I-Ioefer Dwayne Howard Twyla Humbolt Garland Humbolt Paul1ne Melcher Blanche Nett Walter Owen Bonnxe Orrell Wynona Palmer Phyll1s Penn1ck Eldon Petersen Betty Reed James Reed Floyd Reusser Charles Shoemaker Sandra Summers Rlchard Sull1van Damel Walker Sylvxa Wells Elwood W1lmeth Complxments of THE MULVANE RECREATION CLUB 11 lf. ,-I, ' in s- Y, 'K Lg.:--Y. -' Kin . , C 'l S 'J . I x ' -,Q ' v ' 0' IV A ' ' ll U wi I x Q ' 2 I ' '-' I' I .1 I- , y .QI M' Y V ,.f Y Q -'N , 4 AX Q v' X l. 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F' .112 1 Q., THE SOPHOMORES Comphments of FLOYD BRIAN Breeder of Poland Chxna Hogs Phone IF 161 12 Donna Dav1s Ke 1th Dulane y George Garnett Cec11 Holhngsworth Rollo Iverson James Kyle Charlene Logan James Moyers James Myers Frank Patterson Benny Ph11l1ps Dale Schaper Ray Sm1th Jennle Speaks Bobby Stand1ford Donald Stanley Buford Stoll Dean Sullxvan Darrell Thompson Jaunxta Walker Dolores Wayman Wxllard Whxtney I ' ' 3 3 Q ar 9 - . . - 1 - , , 1. x 4 H 4 ty 'A' Y. 7 w-f w - ft ' ' rf f 1 ' ' ' I TP' Ins A 31 A . fm . 4 , ... Q Sr 'Z , , 4. 2 7- . . 4 ' f--as C " s ' . 49 fl fl' - K ' g ' V . X S - . - x ' re A U Y A . . g .- -. , "' " m! 2 z.. 77 C, ,ij . y Ty, in A acl tl-4 31 Q, N- M V Q - XA. wi v 'P I - M f Q 1 1. Joyce Evans v -" I+ WL J -if 42: . -eagvi' 4- lv new 4 -1 M 1" A ' P 1 1' I m ' A . .K l W - ' . .1 S -an my 3 I Lv-,J il- T '29 T sl N""s ' .1 . 3. - ' 'l ' '-. - f . lr" -1 4. C' W f 0 V- it A LA 4? . s .- - M N- B 11:11 4 - -It vs .,,, . .-f .1 , k f s . X 1 1: - S ' el 'lx U Q .1145 T715 Any lf. 31? . x 1 ' 1 -' UV' Ls I ll ' ll Gayle Galvan PRESIDENT Larry Galvan VICE PRESIDENT Barbara Shoup SECRETARY Joel Packard TREASURER Alta Faye Anthony Paul Anthony Jerry Bachman Gary Blankensh1p Kay Booth Norma Brown Consuela Caldera Shlrley Calvln Patsy Church Betty Coffey Charles Copeland R1chard Deaver Kenneth Fergus on Joetta Flower Bruce Hand Nad1ne Hendr1xson Gary Howard Robert Howard Jack Kennedy B111 K1rnble Jonny Logan Everett McAdams S1dney McK1nley Alex Melcher Wllma Joy Matney Howard Moore Jane Nett Dona Orrell Don Orrell Gary Ph1ll1pS Jlmmy Phllhps W1lbur Prmns Delores Reusser Edward Rockwell Carr1e Smlth Vernon Storey Jack Stout Vernon Straxt Gary Summers Bobby Teetzel Nancy Thomas Durwood Thomas .hmrny Turkle Claxbourne Walker Patr1c1a Wxckham Norman Wells Mar1lyn Wolf S- wgfi V9 1 JI M L IKAI '3- Courtesy of DANIELS' CAFE Home of D1scr1m1nate Meals Cs Q Nr' QTY EW' flaw A Of! 'Via ml 'lx-.LM sf' ai' 'X' -NA W 1-ksfil 4' QQ Uv Kxf THE FRESHMEN 13 , we Q. ' ea: - 7 :T -- v- I I . , ' ' . if 5 " , " 'L r 3 x Q .T W v X . v I . - xx: . J' if ' ,K - .. "' " - - ,.. .. 4. fu Q . 4 - Q 41 . -1 ' . ' ' - ' A - 1 Q 1 'I - , -. xl A I 4. 5 ,Ly Q9 ' , ' A ef ' Y I ' , A I is e . x f 1 , 1 V0 lyr 7' 'T " I .. E ' Q . C' ' S' 'l O, ' . . - A I , 7. I"' s I 74,7 r " 4 M , ' U 1 73 g ,el , h P - A.. . I K. ,1 4, ,L 4' v 4 v y Q. v :Q an ,Ml . g vt? ,V VA, I , ww- Q Darell McKean 'i I C- ,Wt , ' ' fu ' A . L' - V Q' 'l A + "' 'N ' 4- - TJ' 1- '22 cr -can 45. gg X? - - 'fc' .,, I X Q ,, xv X- - I Y , , it ' xl . . ' d- 5.1 C ,gg ' 3 ',. -, Q. e 9 ,Si ev 5 N F - Q -P N .. I ,f yn, D W M . A I 3.42 v 'A it s X ,X I me hm K I , ' I I 4 ,, V 1: -G A Q T ' P 'I 56 A ' I "' , ' 3. - .IL 'K -"4N, E ' ' w Q X .' 1 '- , I , 7 'Q . ' ,W 1 k . A 1 .if . . . . Q 5 , ' i Ae C' 7 I 6 . Hr U Q 'A -li :Q JJ. I ' . --. 5 A What is the Junior Senior banquet theme '7 Do I have to sign that paper? HIGHLIGHTS I950-5I School Calendar Sept 4 O 13 Oc 30 Nov 15 17 Junior Play Dec 22 Jan 2 Christmas Vacation March 8 9 10 Regional Basketball Tournament March 13 Dramatics Festival March 22-23 Music Festival April 20 Senior Play April 27-28-29 Senior Trip May 5 Junior-Senior Banquet May 1 Baccalaureate May 1 Senior Class Night May 1 Senior Commencement May 1 Close of School School Starts Homecoming Football Game All School Halloween Party Christmas vacation, at last! Full -Fledged Wildcats Gruesome, aren't they? Courte sy of ROBINSON'S GROCERY What are you doing Is my face on straight? tonight? What's for lunch? What's news ? if .., .5 v . wb 94 bug x XX ,QQ .f-x STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Counc11 15 an organ1zat1on se rvmg student needs and IS the connectmg 11nk between the students and admxn1strat1on of Mulvane I-hgh Among some of the act1v1t1es the Student Councrl sponsored were the Homecom1ngact1v1t1es Dads' n1ght Chnstrnas party Intramuralgames and arranged for the takmg of 1nd1v1dua1 plctures COUHCI1 representat1ves consxst of a boy and a g1rl from each class who must ma1nta1na "C" ave rage The Presldent 15 Merry Barnett 2' V1ce Pres1dent Ronald Reed Secretary Treasurer Twyla Humbolt Sponsors Mr P C Hesser and Mr Ph11Cook Other members are R1chardSu111van Phyrn 1a Bradberry, Wayne Km Cald Norma Brown, and """"-1-Y .,,mM-' R1chard Deaver wang...- WL X Comphrnents of DR FRANK LEIGHTLY D D S '.-'Q ' '. I -57 ff' , - , f 1 JL' Q. ' -A - --f 2 f Bs' .l' ' 1. 1' N . 'V ' x - SY is ik' - ' g . K ' A 1 x 'Q .X V 'x ar Lkv . . . . . , . , . , , . ,Y , ' xy, . . . P552 . so ff . . ' "vs A M-'V 2 .. 171 gg thgg, , , W ' f 142 is Q - , ft fl 7 -4 gk . . 5 E4 54 9 9 Q fi 7 ' ' ' 1 ,fr , , 1 1,1 JW Q - 1 if-Q 'Y' '- 5.4, 1- f' N" ' , Q-15" .' V , Q I . - ,gh . ., in L l . fy V :fu , ,, . , ' 1 - . . 656, ji Wagga 5' Ma- I The Future Homemakers oiAmer1ca a vocatxonal orgamzauon sent a Chr1stmas package to Holland and also a CARE pack age to Pans Last summer Betty Reed and Sylv1a Wells attended F H A Camp I October e1ght g1r1s went to Anthony Kan Betty Reed and I..o1s Bachman earned Jun mor and chapter home make r degrees In May 1951 the F H A together w1th the Kay ettes sponsored aMother Daughter Tea and Style Show THE LEADERS The offrcers for the Future Home makers of Arner1ca are Presxdent Betty Reed V1ce Presldent Donna Davxs Sec retary Sylvxa. Wells Treasurer, Kay Barth Reporter,Nancy Thomas I-hstorxan, Blanche Nett Song Leader Mar11ynWh1te P1an1st Barbara Shoup Parhamentarlan, Lo1s Bachman Soc1alCha1rman, Sh1r1ey Calv1n Sponsor Mlss Inez Rash Courtesy of HAMON DRY GOODS I'-11,1 1' Fo Ho As og I a a a I I 4 -' , as I v ' 2 l ' ' ' f E sas, for the annual district 4 conference. f ,y,, , , - Z' . ' - , - X 0 e a , ' 1' . - I I ,. V- I Id I - A ' t, if ' 5 ' - '. 9 - . 1 , , 9 s ' ' I Q 1 ' G 3 . . , A S . V J , 2 . . . 4 A ' 5 , ' - H 1- I . ff 3- .-E 1 , A I . . A H, , . 4 . I - I if K E A 9 yt THE EFA. The Future Farmers of America, a vo- cational group, sponsored their Parent-Son banquet November l8. The F, F, A, initiation for greenhands was held on December 6. A pest exte rmination contest was held in the lat- ter part of December. The South CentralDis- trict Dairy Judging School was held in Mul- vane April 14. THE LEADERS C Aff l Tas' Q 1' ' X M-. 7 .. .U " 5 Q it 5 I n I., .5 The officers of the F, FA, . are President, Arthur Mayfield, Vice -President, Ronald Reed, Secretary, Bruce Hukleg Treasurer I..aVern Reusserg Reporter, Donald Reed, Sentinel, Walter Owens, Sponsor, Mr. Lee Doyen. i , ' :, 11 3 M A T Q in A ,IQ-w- , Q-h il :v . - fo fl 3 .' , fx., Q Courtes y of WAYNE R. BOLAN LUMBER COMPANY INC. I . av' f g 322. 'iwia , sw , Y 1, T A ff "' HAVETTES '1"""4f' The offxcers for Kayettes are Pres ldent Ernestme Good V1ce Pres1dent, Merry Barnett Secretary Temple Lee Hurd Treasurer Delores G1les D1rector of Poxnt System Colleen Wentworth Pro gram Chaxrman, Twyla Humbolt Chau' man of School Se rvlce Sandra Summers Chaxrman of Commumt Servlce Helen Frost Pubhcxty Mar1 yn Whrte Party Cha1rman Phyrn1a Bradbury Co Party Chaurnan, Delores Reusser Sponsor, Mrs Doyen Twelve delegates attended conference at Welhngton 1n November The Kayettes sponsored an all school Halloween party The club 15 workmg to atta1n the 3 O00 pomt award thrs year At Chrxstmas they made stuffed toys for an orphanage Lela Ferguson and Twyla Humboldt attended Kayette camp last summer at Ark Cxty Kansas I Comphrnents of SAM G CAMPBELL Insurance and Real Estate Q 1 A 1 g , , A l-1 'X 35" - ' V5 :V , V f yn - - 3 .Q . . I . . d if Q 9' 9 v ' ' ' '. . - S : .L 'r I gr ii V' l. 1 3 I , 7 I 1 Q ' " I l ' - ' A 3 , '. . ' . . . 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' I 'G Y f f AW' " xv K, .1140 wjn' L Lf-XD . ..f"?- Z, 'i CW I 4 ug, X The off1cers of H1 Y are Pres xdent R1chard Young V1ce Presx dent Garland Bell Secretary Jack Coffey Treasurer Claud Gzles Program cha.1rman RoyLee Dav1s Devot1ons chaxrman, How ard Johnson The H1 Y has offered a var1ed and expanded program dur1ng the year Among the act1v1t1es carrled on were a panel d1scuss1on on Common Court1es," and a ch le feed at wh1ch a program was g1ven Also the H1 Y and Kayettes com bmed mn a group and went carohng aiter the Chnstmas Cantata Th1s year all members have Jo1ned1n a project to contact future members m order to be of serv1ce to them when theyjom us next fall L... t 71 Courtesy of KIMBLE GROCERY QUILL TYPE F fteen senxor and fxfteen Jun 1ors make up the Qu1ll Type whlch lS a serwxce oroamzatnon composed of busmess students Qu1llType has Lharge of tha 1 ate servxee at all sehool exents The an t1v1t1es of the rnern per are setup on anaward basls Each t1me a member works at the gate or does some serxxee for the clubhe recewes a polnt A schedule 15 rnamntalned and rf a graduahno senxor meets the requlrern nts he recewes a ste rllng smlver award pm w1th a guard 1D chcaung the year of hxs graduatlon The offlcers are Presmdent Mary Beth Short Vmce Presxdent Bobby Bowlby Secretary, Lela Ferguson Treasurer Paul1nePosey Sponsor Mrs Warren Johnson Y Comphments of PAPENHAUS OIL COMPANX , , ..-- rn . - J - Y G Xl- , ' .5 - J -Ili' ,. ,.. , gn I' v v U A, , s i A . 5 . , - Y I . ,' . ' ,. D . . . , .- 5 - f 1 I Q D . , , . , , . 1 I I ' z b 5 m X . . xy ' . , . - ,' , , , ' . 0 Q O Q Q . C , 3 . Q . . X . . , - N U - D H 1 Q ' Q 1 5 L ' v N 3 , . . .xg wa, AI + Hn . ' ' , 5 U 'X Z, V - X x .,,z X .. ' 1 , ' ' - . lf' ,i f . L ' 1 . y s i t X , , x Q ,- . I -, , ,. .V , X l V k X .- , 1 L 4 . . , ,I L K V- ,f 9 .. MUSIC ENSEMBLES CLARINET QUARTET: Dclva Clube, Francis Shoemaker, Marilyn White, Willa Moore. TROMBONE QUARTET: LaVerris: Reusscr, Elwood Wilmeth, Roberr Hand, Leo Smith. TRUMPET TRlOg Delxwyn DAN Barbara Shoup, Bill Kimble. ,-as ' 1 :ww 31" BRASS SEXTETg Bill Kimble, Delwyn Dickey, Trumpets -- Merry Barnerlg French horn - - Richard Youngg Bass - - Wayne Kincaidg Baritone-- Lal'crne A Rcusscrg Trombone. Compliments of JAMES HOME SUPPLY Furniture and Appliances Z1 BOYS' GLEE CLUB ASL- CIRLQ GLEE CLUB ii fb Wfm 'efcwnfi VL- Congratulatlons SOUTH SIDE BARBER gl BEAUTY SHOP Phone 100 ZZ S eq, 'WQM4 K V - fl H Xt I ..,. '-p.f,.r,f5w X 9 1 A M- ,......, E . . ' 'X 'F - f . , A32g'y,g4,g:!A.,. dren . ' 'xr 44,5 -' - ., J f1fpi,,4 1 Q -M-B-6-' GIRLS VOCAL GROUP MIXED CHORUS Courtesyof CORNER CUPBOARD Fme Meal Se rv1ces Z3 Cheerleaders Off1ce1-5 lhc P p Club faced a busy year Wllh the bports schedule agama part 1 4hool l1fe Pre erm of memoera at football and babketball game help d ereate and uphold bchool plfll Pr :,1dent of the organ1Lat1or1wa:, Delxa Clos Sandra Summers was vlC Preaxdent Helen M1llb was Sepretary Treavurer Mr: P C Whlt was the ponsor Cheerleaders who Derx d ar Lela Ferouson Joan Sm th and Twyla Humbo mf f M -,awww P Mmmcfmmm Complimnuts of NESSLY MOTORS INC Phone 87 24 'ti fame, 1"'Wi'?'9"x Emi gas WP' Cornphrnents of E L. HULLET MOTOR CO Ford Sales 81 Servxce Phone Z5 Mulvane Kansas if 25 HERE AND THERE All dolled up and ready to go Gomg home I'll have a coke Dem k1dS Those sen1or g1rls are every where Frosty the snowman The don't look hke that all the txme Hol that possum' Shy gxrls aren t they? Talkmg lt up Waltmg for the drwer Readlng the W11dcat Mews Enough sugar do ou th1nk9 14 Workmg hard 1sn t she? 15 What's the excuse thls EIITICQ 16 Been swxmrrung g1I'1S9 17 Momma' Help' HOBGOBLIN HOUSE Hobgoblln House, " the nual junior play playedtoafull house two mghts 1n November The Jun1ors trymg a new 1dea for Mulvane I-hgh had two casts The women characters were dlfferent each perform ance The aud1ence was es pec1aI1y part1a1 to Henry and De11l1a the negro leads, who saw most of the headless phan toms and ghosts Other goodparts were Aunt Pr1sc1l1a her nleces, andthexr boy fr1ends bes1des the care at taker and h1s crookfmends FRIDAY NIGHT CAST LEFT TO RIGHT Wllmeth Dulaney Humbolt Frost Marsh Wentworth Nett Young Wells SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT Bachman Coffey and Penmck WEDNESDAY NIGHT CAST, LEFT TO RIGHT Dulaney, Hum bolt, Wxlmeth, Young, Coffey, Elllot, Marsh and Mrs Doyen SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT Higgs, Copeland, Reed, Summers, and Hoefer, Courtesy of MARSH Z,LUMBING SERVICE 9 Q 97 : " ' an- IQ - I , l Q- , , . . , . 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' - MOTHER IS A FRESHMAN The semors of 1951 presented then' annual class play Apr1l 18th and 20th ent1 tled Mother Is a Freshman The cast and crew conslsted of the Z0 speech students The play IS an engagmg and humorous story of an extremely attract1ve young mother who attends college w1th her sopho more daughter who regards her as a 'has been ' Delve Close played the part of the mother and Ernestxne Good portrayed the daughter Phxllzp Dulaney played the grouchy old dean who was a threat to Ab1 gall Abbott's college career Claud G1les enacted the b1o1ogy professor who caused a lot of emotlonal stramn between Ab1ga1l and Susan when he m1xeda b1010gY book for a book of love poems Others 1n the cast were college fr1ends and personnel In th1s group were Melba Chfford Conn1e Dorsey Phylhs Dulaney MaryGalvan RobertHand, D H Hollmgs worth Temple Lee Hurd M1r1am Moore, Don Peckham Paulme Posey Donald Reed Ronald Reed LaVern Reusser Mary Beth Short Leo Sm1th and Rlchard Young BYU Q Can I borrow your wh1te Jacket The dance has already started ' ere, read 'Love Among Nat1v " Comphments of "You re expelled from th1s school PLAMOR BOWLING ALLEYS Mulvane Phone 151 SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS i Get those d1Sh6S clean Dld you attend the football banquet'7 It,S really Cold out here, Oh' those bealltlflll fI'8'5hITlef1 Mgrry Chrlstrnas to everyone Remember Helen' Swmg your partner S party? DO you hke to Sew, May I have the next dance 28 What a 1r pretty Comphments ,J CO OP FEEDS Mulvane Kansas QI -"1 ' I 7 -I I I ' ' If J, I I f' . ' V w F. if , S m , I I "I I 'fb . I ff' v ' A , ,- ' . x N I -. ---, , -- - S ' I V' 1 . , I Y s fa X I 2 I' - I . A .9 . 3. 'I 2 . U A g. I! 'Q . 3. , - - ., i"v. . ll of - . I K 464 I L, T7 QUEEN NORMA Old grads returnmg to the Homecorn1ng game saw Norma Brown freshman Qcand1date , crowned 1950 Homecornlng Queen by John Rogers football captaxn Attendants were Maur1 c1a Satterthwalte senlor, Judy Hxggs Junxor, and W111a Moore sophomore Immed1ately followmg the Mulvane Val1eyCenter footballgame an all-school party was held in honor of the queen. A L51-ah Yi FOOTBALL SEASDN Mulvane Wxldcat gr1dders throughout the '50 football season showed great gr1d1ron sportsrnanslnp and v1tal1ty on the fxeld at all t1mes 1n sp1te of a f1nal seven loses and one wxn For th1s we may say that the squad gave the campus and commun1t1es a team they could support and well be proud of The only gr1d1ron wm for the W1ldcats was the clash w1th the Clearwater Ind1ans wh1ch was the only afternoon game Th1s bemg Clearwater's homecomlng wasa very colorful s1ght Clearwater scored the f1rst touchdown 1n the second quarter on apass play The score for the W1ldcats was made by a pass from Gerald Young to Garland Bell Other touchdowns were scored by Rlchard Young Wlth an 1ntercepted pass Another score was a pass from Gerald Young to Garland Bell Then w1th a quarter back sneak Gerald Young made the last score for Mulvane The game ended Z8 14 Although the W1ldcats record of w1ns 15 poor th1s year the team played good football and showed sp1r1t seldom seen 1n a h1gh school team Senxor Group 1 it 'VY Co Captam Co Captam ST ART ING LINE UP MK Comphments of JOI-INSON'S DAIRY Mulvane, Kansas Phone 194 . . l . . . . O - 0 1 . ,JW 1 - ,r 1 V' 4- re 5 , A Q , 1 ,. as ' ' . ' .5 54? ' . ,af 'gi 331 V ff' 0 in- ,ein Q I 'king .'-'Q' , ' - . - SUMWICK LEAGUE STANDINGS L Won Lost Tie Valley Center 4 0 1 Conway Springs 3 O Z Mulvane 1 4 0 Oxford 2 2 1 Belle Plaine 2. 1 2 Clearwater O 5 0 - o .4 l C x ,, 32 lg, Q fo v. 5 'A 113.1-2: . X 5 5 5' 'ff' , -3 , g 'EW flew 2 5 J . , :PL -.--a - s -,'1 in , " l 3 -' I QeQ'3'35'5. ' s I oa.g ..,l 'lv :'L'.' . 5. ' '.,-f.l ' . . hai- V 1 V .,.Zi' I '-T-.'-"', f ..f':. 'Q 5' - ff as mt' .L ...A as Compliments of JOI-INSON'S DAIRY Mulvane, Kansas Phone 194 .iv FRESHMAN FOOTBALL We 16 'A' V' 399' The year of 50 saw a new football team at Mulvane Hwh The season brought the blrth of the P reshman foot ball squad Smce so mlny freshmen reported for practute tne athlet1c department set up a pract1ee and game schedule for them The Frosh even had then' own fans Quxte a large follow1ng oi the school patrons were present at all the home frames The schedule of games were Derby St Mary's Valley Center, and Clearwater Ewen though the Mulvane eleven won none of tre1r games, the exper1ence was worth all the bumps and brulses suffered throughout the season Corhplinnents of LONG EQL'lPlXlEN'l Horne uf International Harvester Farm Equiprnent Phone Z0 gpm:- in 1. BASKETBALL fis- 5 Lui Yvung G Coffex Punrson Standror ran Bmw bx F5 V 2 X1 ' 21 , 3 5 EMCK ROW Coach John on mullrxan D Marsh Bachman Reusser F strut MLKLan Mr Hhs gr THIRD ROW Mclirnley RLu ser D Dcaur Gaiman C Wells Xrmurong Copnland bummers Hand SECOIND ROW HFWHJ C1 Crum Coffg Dukev Bowwlbx Galmn L Howard R Phrllrps FIRSI ROW Peterson Rud Young C, B:l1Young R mtandrford sulluan R lflcmbob UMW HOWW Complrments of PIX BARBER SHOP Jrm Sharp 33 .... , ' :Z if , o .... r R ' of . '23 or A 4 I 21 I 22 V i .0 1 J as Bclr, R" Q DlCr.L'iy', Y rf'. Hg, Pg m, , .g l'g " ' 3 Afrdg sum 'R , 1 15. 1 .5 ew -R gl' I H va 1' 256 2 H 334- '8 F 4 A Y X X V -- s , -I I 15 J ' ' F 2? I Q Q' "X, 'I x 'mf XJ ' 'I 2 I X' xi, asf aaa 4 34 ar 3 L 3 I A - " f ' A . . K . Date Dec. Dec Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan Jan. Jan Jan. THIRD ROW Coachjohnson Crum Prms Armstrong P C Hesser SECOND ROW Summus Bachman McKean Stout Sullrvan Howard R FRONT ROW Copeland Reusser Deaver Howard D Wells Galvan G Galvan L Mulvane I-hgh School advanced from a B school to an A school m 1950 '51 In graduatlng from anA to a B school Mulvane went to the reg1onal tournament wh1ch was held at Eureka 1nstead of the annual d1str1ct tournament Coach Johnson worked w1th th1rteen boys to form the A squad The A and B teanus were made up of thxrty players The f1rst f1VC conslsted of Rlchard Young, forward, Larry Stanchford, forward, Garland Bell, center, Gerald Young, guardg Ronald Reed, guard Mulvane t1ed for second place 1n the league when they won seven games and lost ten. The B tearn won seven games and lost ten BASKETBALL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1950 '51 Opponent Rose H111 Conway Sprmgs Oxford Pretty Pra1r1e Augusta Belle Plame Clearwater Nmckerson Opponent We Rose H111 37 49 Jan Z3 Jan. Z6 Conway Sprmgs 55 41 Feb Z Feb 6 Leon 54 48 Feb 9 Belle Plame 62 65 Feb 16 Feb Z3 March Z They Date Valley Center 51 35 Oxford 34 40 Augusta 47 64 Clearwater 50 45 Valley Center 48 39 Compl1ments of MOORE GRAIN COMPANY Purma Chows and Stanley Feeds We 33 43 41 32 39 52 48 65 They 34 37 53 44 60 40 51 73 Reg1onal Tournament March 8 9 10 Eureka 0. V, , N ' 1 Vi M -5 I q wi. D D D 4 . R f I l WILDCATS IN ACTION f' 1.5: LEAGUE STANDING Wins Luses Pct. Oxford io o 1.000 7 Mulvane 6 .4 .600 I S. J Clearwater 6 4 ,600 ' Conway Springs 4 6 .400 Belle Plaine 2 S .200 Half of Mulvane High School's first ten saw their last action on the high school court during the tournament in March. Garland Bell, center, has gone out for high school basketball three years, and has lettered on the first team one year. Bobby Bowlby, guard, has lettered on the first team one year, and has gone out for basketball three out of the four years in high school. Larry Standiford, forward, has gone out for basketball four years and has lettered three years on the first team. Richard Young, forward, has lettered three years on the first team, and has gone out for basketball four years. Ronald Reed, guard, has lettered twoyears onthe firstteam, and has gone out for basketball three years. WIC!-IIT A SPORTING Valley Center 2 8 .200 N Sporting Equipment for Schools Wichita, Kansas 'Ziff' X All THIS effjd pp's 'Y forget my hneb Haxe you cut your stones out? Want to read a book'? N"'r .1 'My typewrlter doesn t spell I hope my budget Works out I G Q -iw Do your cred1ts ano Aren t we good secretar1es'? deb1ts equal? . f9'?'T2F"' gi a1.1L.ii71l r' nb: What do you know about Do you know your short hand? the atormc Bomb Courtesy of W 8.1L GARAGE 36 . L 5 ,4 W ' r V . , , . . 7 ' .51 A , - 1-n-n. I H wif. of , y if 1 I - P., 4 f' a I1 A 5 ""?I:i I if ' ' ' - ' f-.. X s. w X ' ' x' A y " - Y gr ,vp , QL . . f , 1 nj -bk le , A v P. 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