Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)

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THE 1953 WILDCAT ) ' 5 , e 1953 l U itacat MULVANE HIGH SCHOOL Mulvane, Kansas Advertisement: Compliments of ARBOR FLORAL J, tratU minidiraCion To the High School Youth. The continuance of our American way of life de- pends upon the way our citizens are educated. As the problenns of society become more complicated, the education of our people becomes more difficult. Let us declare ourselves one and all to a program of preparation for successful living for the youth of our community . PHIL COOK, Principal Board of Education, George Gossney, Jennings Ruesser, W. D. Munson, and Frank Carson. Compliments of MARSH PLUMBING COMPANY WILLIAM JOHNSON Music HAZEL MOLZEN Home Economics, Guidan MARVA TARR English, Library WILLIAM TARR Mathematics MARGARET TITUS English NOT PICTURED— JACK INGRAM Science BEVERLY BYERS English, Speech, Joumalism ANNA MAE DAVIS Commerce LEE DOYEN Vocational Agriculture - J GORDON GOODWIN Assistant Coach, Commerce i JESSE JACKSON Coach, Social Science aculL i I l ( ]iij Compliments of SAM F. KIMBLE 4 i y U ' ' Liz Craig, Office y C vP €5. ' ' tchn Col tn. Congratulations Seniors of 1953, WAYNE R. BOLAN LUMBER COMPANY Mrs. Eva Pitts, Mrs. Milda McMillen, Cooks. Lunch Line s. enior 1953 Offi icerS DWAYNE REUSSER Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2.3,4: Quill Type 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football I, 2,3,4; Baseball I; Track 3,4; Boys Glee Club 1,2,3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Quill Type President 4; Studen t Counci l 4; Vice- President FFA 3. WAYNE KINCAID FFA 1,2, 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Quill Type 3,4; Student Council 2,4 ; Pep Club 4; FFA Judging Con- test 2, 3; Brass Sextet 2, 3; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3,4; Junior Play; Treasurer, FFA 3; Quill Type Vice- President 4; Sophomore Class Treasurer 2. PHYRNIA BRADBERRY Kayettes 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Quill Type 3,4; Student Counci l 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Librarian 1,2; Junior Play; Student Council Secretary and Treasurer 3,4; Class Vice-President 3; Kayettes Social Chairman I, Party Chairman 2, Treasurer 4; Football Queen Can- didate I; Legion Queen Candidate i. JOYCE MARIE EVANS FHA I, 2; Quill Type 3,4; Balcony Players 4; Girls Glee Club 1,2; Music Editor for Annual 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Speech Festival and One -Act Plays 4; Treasurer Senior Class 4; President Balcony Players 4; Office Girl, 4. DELORES HOWARD Transferred from Cabool , Missouri , ; Pep Club 2, 3,4; Kayettes 3,4; Balcony Players 4; FHA 1,2,3; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff Artist 4; Speech Festival and One-Act Plays 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Pub- licity Chairman of Kayettes 4; Secretary of Senior Classy Vice-President of Balcony Players 4. EVELYN BARTON WILMETH Pep Club 3,4; Quill Type 4; Kayettes 3,4; Balcony Players 4; Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Girls Ensemble 3,4; Junior Play: Senior Play 4; Speech Festival and One-Act Plays 4; Treasurer of Balcony Players 4; Vice-Presiden t Senior Class ; Candidate for Homecoming Queen 3; Candidate for the American Legion Queen 3; Transferred from Wichita High School North , 3. BILL CAIN Quill Type 3,4; Boys Glee Club 1,3,4; Mixed Chorus I, 3,4; Junior Play; Jun- ior Class President; Senior Class President. " Congratulations Seniors! " Courtesy of MULVANE SAUNDRY Se - V - - eniorj MARILYN DAISY ABERCROMBIE FHA 1,2,3, 4; Quill Type 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Snapshot Editor for Annual 4; Junior Playj FHA Secretary 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. PAUL OLIN ARMSTRONG Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track 3,4; Football 4; Baseball i; Publicity Manager 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Program Chairman of Hi-Y 4; Speech Club President 4. LOUISE AGARD Y-Teens 1,2; Kayettes 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Basket- ball 1,2,3; Softball 2,3; Cheerleader 1,2,3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Vice-President Y-Teens 2; Class President 3; Class Reporter 2; Basketball Queen Candidate 3; School Carnival Queen 3; American Legion Queen Candidate 4; Transferred from Piedmont, Kansas, 4; Speech Festival, County I; Solo, County Music Festival 1,2,3,4; District Music Festival 3. KAY BARTH Kayettees 1,2, 3,4; Quill Type 3,4; Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Balcony Players 4; FHA I, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus I, 2,3,4; ' " ' ' " -lub 1,2,3,4; Girls Ensemble 3,4; Pep Band 3; Junior Play 3; Senior Play; Speech Festival and One-Act Plays 4; Secretary of Balcony Players 4: Treasurer of FHA 2; Kayette Publicity Chairman 3. DONNA LEA AIMES Pep Club 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2; Balcony Players 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; One- Act Plays. RONALD GALE CRAWFORD Transferred from Grenola, Kansas, 3 ; Hi-Y y. Annual Stalf 4; Band 3; At Grenola — Boys Chorus 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Band 1,2; Foot- ball I; Basketball 2; Sophomore Class President; Freshman Class Reporter. MYRNA ARMSTRONG Glee Club I, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Band Ij Pep Club I, 2, 3; Junior Play; Transferred from Gridley , Kansas. WILLIAM E. CRUM FFA 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 2, 3,4. " Congratulations, Seniors ! " Courtesy of D L CAFE s. K t fi eniorS KEITH DULANEY Boys Glee Club 2, 3; Hi-Y I; Balcony Players 4; Foot- ball 2,3,4; Track 3; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; One Act Play Contest 4. DONNA DAVIS F.H.A. 1,2; Pep Club 3,4; Quill Type 3,4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. GEORGE GARNETT F.F. A. 1,2,3,4; Balcony Players 4; Football 2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 2,3,4; Advertising Manager on Annual Staff 4; Speech Festival, 4; Junior Play 3; Senior 4. JAMES WILLIAM KYLE Hi-Y, 1; Junior Play 3; Balcony Players 4; Speech Festival 4. ROLLO GENE IVERSON F.F. A. I, 2, 3,4; Hi-Y President 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball I, 3,4; Junior Play 3. JAMES CHARLES MOYERS Track 3, 4; Hi-Y i, 2; Glee Club I; Junior Play 3. WILLA PAULINE MOORE F.H.A. I; Kayettes I, 2, 3,4; Balcony Players 4; Quill Type 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Band I, 2, 4; Clari- net Quartet I, 2, 4; Pep Band 2; Girls Glee Club I, 2, 4; Mixed Chorus 2,4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Speech Festival 4; Freshman Class Treasurer i; Class Vice-President 2; Class Secretary 3; Pep Club Vice-President 4; Balcony Players Secretary 4; Kay- ette Cabinet Program Chairman 3; Candidate for Football Queen Candidate 2; Office 3,4, JAMES MYERS F.F. A. 2, 3,4; Hi-Y 2,4; Quill Type 3,4; F.F. A. Judging Contest 2, 3; Trumpet Trio 2,4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Junior Play 3; Band i, 2, 3, 4; F.F. A. President 4; F.F A. Secretary 3; Fresh- man Class Treasurer i. " Congratulations Seniors ! ' DALE CARR Veterinarian ' ? ' i; s. 19 ' eniorS FRANKIE D. PATTERSON Boys Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Quill Type 3,4; Balcony Players 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; I -act Plays 4. MINNIE JO TARR Pep-Club I,;, 3, 4; Kayettes 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4: Cheerleader 4; Club Editor of Annual 4; Vice President- Pep Club 3: Transferred 4, RAY L. SMITH F.F.A. I, 2, 3; Junior Play. DARRELL RAY THOMPSON F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Baseball, I; Ju Play 3; Vice-President of F.F.A. 4. DON STANLEY Hi-Y 4; Football 4; Senior Play; One-Act Plays 4; Balcony Players; Assistant Editor of Annual 4; Transferred from Belle Plaine , Kansas . DELOR£S WAYMAN Kayettes 2; F.H.A. 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Junior Play; Transferred from Cazed , Nebraska. EVERETT DEAN SULLIVAN Hi-Y I, 2, 4; Quill Type 3, 4; Balcony Players 4; Student Council Football I; Basketball 2, 3,4; Track 4; Baseball I; Glee Club 3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; Junior Play; Quill Type Play; Senior Play; Speech Festival Play 4; Treasurer of QuiU Type 4; Treasurer of Speech Club 4; Class Treas- urer 2. MARILYN ANN WHITE F.H.A. 1,2; Kayettes 1,2,3,4; Balcony Players 4; Quill Type 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Clarinet Quartet 2; Pep Band 3,4; Girls Ensemble 1,2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Quartet 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play 4; Speech Festival Play 4; Football Queen Candidate 4; Annual Staff 4; Kayette Publicity Chairman 2; Kayette Song Leader 3; Class Secretary 2; Class Treasurer 3; Vice-President Balcony Players 4; Quill Type Secretary 4. " Congratulations Seniors of ' 53 Courtesy of NATIONAL BRAND PHARMACY Everett McAdam Delores Reusser Sidney McKinley Carrie Smith Howard Moore Margaret Thomas David MunhuUon Marilyn Wolf Gary Murrow Lou Ann Woods Don Orrell Joel Packard Wilbur Prins Edward Rockwell Vernon Storey Jack Stout Bob Teetzel Jim Turkle • Claibourne Walker Norman Wells Compliments of THE MULVANE HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISM CLASS Dick Deaver Carlotta Birkhead Gary Summers Norma Brown Gayle Galvan Barbara Shoup Bruce Hand Jerry Bachman Kay Booth Gary Blankenship John Jones Charles Copeland Shirley Calvin Kenneth Furgeson Patsy Church Larry Galvin Betty Coffey Gary Howard Joetta Flower Robert Howard J! uniord £ ' . L. i " rJ .■ iN -- . V r! v S opn to mote A Larry Peckam Bill Dickey G. C. Daniels Duane Salander L,a Vonna Pitts Anise Apperson Don Barton LaRue Barth Don Bishop Joyce Bartholomew Jimmy Faris Mary Lou Bowlby Donald Goldsmith Delores Burdick Cecil Howard Patricia Classen Michl Howard Compliments of DR. AND MRS. COBB Not Shown; Dean Pogue M Goldie Crouse Robert Logan Bessie Goodin Darell McKean Benita Higgs Jean Mutton James Redick Emogene Kyle Paul Satterthwaite Charlene Lewis Dennis Simon Norma McKee Harlan Snyder Shirley Millen Earl Steinle Sharon Mills Wayne Storey Francine Moyer John Van Deest Norma Jean MuUins Mary June Pyeat Barbara Reed Frances Shoemaker Mary Ellen Shoemaker Darlene Stanley Marlene Sullivan Karla Summers Delores Van Deest Faye Woods Myrla Blankenship Larry Carver President Kersten Radford Vice President Jerry Webster Secretary Jim Bradberry Treasurer Lois Nadine Armstrong John Allen Abercrombie Treva Joyce Blandenship Newton Lee Abercrombie Marilyn Ruth Bobbitt Darrell Olen Allen Patricia Sue Boone Tonnmey Grant Anderson Nina Sue Boyd Clyde N. Ballew Jeanette Corine Bullock Stanley Brown Credit man Sponsored by LENTZ RODY ELECTRIC CO. And W. L. GARAGE Joan Church Larry Davis Kay Daniels Frank Lee Dorsey Barbara Sue Davis Thomas Forshee Doris Day David Leroy Freeman Sharon Jane Eakins Paul Luther Freeman Melba Lou Ellis Don Giles Carolyn Ann Geer Larry Hoefer Nancy Marie Gosney Marvin Howe Carol Jean Heller Vernon William Kennedy Evelyn Dallas Hollingsworth Clifford Allen Lawyer Barbara Jean Knox Lorin Lee Leaf a CLSS Gary Jean Snow Margaret Classen Theda Harreld Dwayne Lee Walker Gary Hightower Roberta York Regina Nett Retha Strait Connie Jean Leatherman Jerry Lee Travis Dianne Lockhart Max Steinle Roberta McLeod Claud Nicholson Rosalind Mead Berton Price James Prins Joyce Miller Gary Lee Richard Royal McCaskey Donald Simon Anita Phillips George Smith Sally Britton Amy Dell Rowan Bill Storey Charlotte Shelton Melvin Trott Ruthine Van Deest Larry Turner Jaunita Waddell Charlene Millen Robert Shoemaker Darrell Allen Delores Niblack Robert Wheeler S enior S t enior jnapd pi 14 Aunlor L iad5 f " iau " A Credit To The Family " a three act comedy by Lee Sherman provided genuine enjoyment for the eight hundred people who viewed the junior class production. Five weeks of rehearsing often interupted by vacations, ballgames, and other school activities kept the juniors busy studying lines, practicing stage business, and trying to perfect character- izations . Members of the play cast were: Dick Deavers, Barbara Shoup, Charles Copeland, Carlotta Birkhead, Norma Brown, Dona Orrell, Betty Coffey, Howard Moore, Jack Stout, Shirley Calvin, Eleanor McCloud, Bill Kimble, and Norman Wells. Compliments of " OBURN ' S MEATS ' The Balcony Players is an organiza- tion that was started this year by and for members of the Speech Class. They pre- sented an evening of one -act plays, a Christmas Program, Senior Play, " The Eyes of Tlaloc " , and conducted the Speech Festival, March 17. Speeches, readings and a one -act play were all entered m the Festival by members of the class. Members are Delores Howard, Dona Aimes, Marilyn White. James Kyle, Willa Moore, Kay Barth, Evelyn Wilmeth, Joyce Evans, Don Stanley, Keith Dulaney, Frankie Patterson, Dean Sullivan, George Garnett, and Paul Armstrong. Teacher is Miss Bev- erly Byer PL t er5 student L ouncil 1953 student Council sponsors many activities throughout the school year. Freshman Initiation, Homecoming party, Lyceum numbers , and Christmas activities were some of the main activities for the year. Officers are as follows: Dwayne Ressuer, president; Bill Dickey, vice-president; Phyrnia Bradberry, secretary and treasurer. Other members are Gary Snow, Barbara Knox, Larry Peckham, Gayle Galvan, Barbara Shoup, Wayne Kincaid, La Vonna Pitts, Bruce Hand, Royal McKaskey, and Mr. Phil Cook, Sponsor. PAPENHAUS OIL CO. " You ' re Welcome at Papenhaus " j . .— r. " Towards New Horizons " is the motto of Future Homemakers of America and expresses the purpose of the organization. The colors are red and white. The red rose, symbolic of vibrant, glowing health- a necessary tribute for happiness and efficiency in home and group life, is the flower. F.H. A. Cabinet Members are as follows: Delores Reusser, president; Carrie Smith, vice-president; Marilyn Abercrombie, secretary Jonny Logan, treasurer; Marylou Bowlby, degree chairman; Carlotta Birkhead, song leader; Fran- ces Shoemaker, pianist; Marlene Sullivan, histor- ian; Connie Leatherman, publicity chairman; Bessie Goodin, social chairman; Marilyn Bobbitt, social co-chairman. Members of Future Homemakers made dolls which were sponsored in a national contest by Seventeen mag azine. Sixteen dolls were made and exhibited at the high school. Carrie Smith, vice-president, presented the prize, a box of chocolates, to the designers of the winning doll. The winners were Kay Daniels and Anny Dell Rowen. " Compliments of NESSLEY MOTOR COMPANY " • . S ' ' % ' ' % MULVAME CHAPTER 5.5_ . " Learning to do, doing to learn, learn- ing to live, living to serve, " is the motto of the Future Farmers of America, an agricultural club for boys. Mulvane ' s fifty seven members strive to live up to this ideal, and as a result their chapter is one of the most active in the state. The annual F. F. A. banquet was held in the high school cafeteria on December 3. The guest speaker was Dr. P. H. Stephens of Wichita. Greenhands, shown in the picture at the right, served the meal to the senior members and their guests. 19 Officers of the F.F. A. are pictured from left to right: Everett McAdams, sentinal; Jack Stout, reporter; Jerry Bachman, secretary; Bruce Hand, treasurer; Darrel Thompson, vice- president; Lee Doyen, sponsor; James Myers, president. J(a CLuelleS f tu " I will, as a member of the Kansas Association for Youth, endeavor to maintain the high ideals of my organization, to make my personality a positive influence in the life of my school and community, to understand the pre-eniment power of a vital religion, and to help pass on to future members an ass ociation which will be a source of joy and satisfaction, " is the pledge of the Kayetts and it is their duty to do all the above mentioned items. They are awarded in points by the State Kay- ettes Organization. They are trying for the 6, 000 point award this year. Their motto is: Today for Tomorrow The Kayettes slopaii is: Laugh, Love, Lift Initation Ceremony The seniors initated the new members by telling them the requirements of a Kay- ette and what is expected of them as Kay- 70 00 oo Cabinet Officers D. Howard, Publicity Chairman; B. Higgs, Party Chairman; M. Wolf, School Service; K. Radford, Co-Party Chairman; B. Knox, Song- leader; N. MuUins, Community Service; Miss Molzen, Sponsor; B. Shoup, President; F. Woods, Vice-President; S. Calvin, Secretary; P. Bradberry, Treasurer; K. Booth, Point Director; Mrs. Tarr, Co-Sponsor. Courtesy of MULVANE LUMBER COMPANY h LONG EQUIPMENT COMPANY " I ally myself with the nation-wide Fellowship of the Hi-Y by accepting the purpose: To cre- ate, maintain, and extend, throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character. " Any boy in high school is eligible to join Hi-y. Their project this year was food baskets for needy families at Christmas time. Here the boys are enjoying a rec- reational period following their regular meeting. OFFICERS. FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Armstrong, Pro- gram Chair-man; B. Kimble, treasurer; L. Galvan, V. Presi- dent; RoUo Iverson, President. SECOND ROW: William Tarr. sponser; N. Wells, Secretary; B. Howard, Devotions chair- man. 21 r S- . Quill Type members are as follows: Delores Reusser, Kay Banh, Marilyn White, WUla Moore, Barbara Shoup, Marilyn Abercrombie, Norma Brown, Evelyn Barton, Jenny Logan, Marilyn Wolf, Shirley Calvin, Kay Booth, Carlotta Birkhead, Joyce Evens, Donna Davis, Betty Coffey, James Myers, Wayne Kincaid, Dean Sullivan, Bruce Hand, Gary Summers, Bill Kimble, Jerry Bachman, Frankie Patterson, Dwayne Reusser, Dick Deavers, Norman Wells, Bill Cain, Miss Davis, sponsor. .o Quill Type officers are as follows: Dwayne Reusser, president; Wayne Kincaid, vice-president; Marilyn White, secretary; Dean Sullivan, treasurer. The Quill Type organization is a group of juniors and seniors selected to help serve our school in all the money making projects. They pres- ented and sponsored the all school Christmas party as their school serv ice project for the year. Compliments of E. L. HULLET MOTOR CO. Ford sales and service Phone 25, Mulvane, Kansas. Quill Type in action. ( anci The Band was very active this year under the leadership of William B. Johnson, director, and Bill Dickey, band president. They performed at all home football and basket ball games, at Band Day at Wichita University, at the Arkalala in Arkansas City, and have presented several concerts for the community. Mulvane ' s Band is made up of High School and Junior High School students who meet every morning at nine o ' clock to rehearse numbers and perfect marching routines. Pictured above is the marching band on the field, and below is the concert band as seen at a progrann presented for the community. Courtesy of DANIEL ' S CAFE ■ n -ti.ac ' f y with fee ling) Criim C7 Ise may be near-er you. Moo,e. " ' ' ' ' ;roJ;;-:: ' " ' ' ' c;a, (LnJetnhied i r r " " " " ' T r«;o. T I r Best wishes from the MULVANE NEWS. KJirlA KJlee L tub •n. m !V-tf !lV « ' " ' " " ' " WiiWi. lt.j, The Girls Glee Club is an important part of the music department. It contains sixty-five ambitious girls who take part in many programs. The spring music festival is the climax of all their work, and much time is spent in preparation. Frances Shoemaker and Marylou Bowlby accompany. ySou6 KJiee y iub The Boys Glee Club has a membership of forty-two. The community and student body look forward to the appearances of this group. Barbara Shoup and Charlene Lewis are the accompanists. Compliments of RAL DAVIS AGENCY II V llxeci CA oruA One of the main activities of the mixed chorus this year was their appearance in the Christmas program. They also participated in the music festival this spring. The mixed chorus consists of fifty-seven members. Their accompanist is Frances Shoemaker. The girls ensemble is an active group of nine girls who take part in the music departments ' nnany activities. Members of the ensemble are Shirley Millen, Goldie Grouse, Sharon Eakins, Kay BarthT Sharon Mills, Barbara Knox, Anita Phillips, Evelyn Barton, and Shirley Calvin. Mary Lou Bowlby is the accompanist. Compliments of JOHN BROWN and the PLAYMORE BOWLING ALLEY Coach ' s little helpers! Hot Lips ' L l Thirsty, big boy! Blow, Johnson, Blow! Willie " the Wildcat. Pooped? ? ( i ¥ ' - ' li Beat that drum. How many ? ? Yakety-Yakety . Tickle the ivories. Bashful boys ? Courtesy of PAUL WHITE ' S SERVICE STATION and HOWARD " S GROCERY CHEERLEADERS Connie Leather Minnie Jo Tarr Carlotta Birkhead Barbara Davis ' er, Norma Patsy Classen, Kay Daniels, Marilyn Bobbit, Shirley Millen, Charlotte Shelton, Delores Reusset, Norma McKee, Karla Summers, Marilyn White, Kay Barth, Lou Ann Woods, La Vonn Pitts, Kirsten Radford, Dona Ortell, Barbara Reed, Charlene Millen, Treva Blankenship, Francis Shoemaker, Darlene Stanley, Dona Aimes, Emogene Kyle, Bill Dickey, G. C. Daniels, Don Giles, Sharon Eakins, Gary Murrow, Francine Moyer, Marlene Sullivan, Delores Howard, Amy Rowan. Bessie Goodin, LaRue Barth, Jean Hutton, Benita Higgs. Delores Niblack, Jim Turkic, Mary Lou Bowlby. Cecil Howard, Bill Kimble, Skippy Rockwell, Delores Van Deest, Sharon Mills, Jack Kennedy, Diane Lockhart, Carol Gear, Charles Copeland, Barbara Knox, Ha Van Vickie, Jeanette Bullock, Joyce Battholmew, Evelyn HolUngsworth, Lois Armstrong, Jonny Logan, Willa Moore, Donna Davis, Roberts McLeod, Margaret Thomas, Judy Church, Goldie Crouse, Ritha Suait, Ruthin Van Deest, Sue Boyd, Norma Brown, Charlene Lewis, Anita Phillips, Pauy Church, Marilyn Wolf, Mary June Pyeatte, Carol Heller, Pat Boone, Roseland Mead, Anise Apperson, Sally Britin, Margaret Classen, Regina Nett, Sponsot-- Miss Titus, Cheerleadets ' -Catlotta Birkhead, Connie Leatherman, Minnie Jo Tan, and Barbara " Congratulations Seniors ! " HAMON DRY GOODS 29 Muivane Meets Lieon Friday Night The Muivane Wildcats travel to Leon this Friday to meet the Lions in their first football game away from home this season. Muivane defeated the Lions Jast year on the home field. 14-0. The ffllirth quarfsc of the game was played in a driving rain. T prtrt has 1ieen defeated twice this " dcats ■ ' ' ' ' ' landed Ivane Wildcats ifu ■■ " y JL° " ;; e ,oca, last ' ' enjng. erry Be nd the r In the narke third 1.J s jax U) r to makM Metcalf ! n 99 after the Cal. ov cred a fumble o ™ the Id Nulik 14 ards for Ve th a bster pass with Wal a lat er J Wildcats were defeated night by the Clearwater In 1 a football game on the In dads IS home field. Schlegael, Indiar S " e ts at iback, scorekl their first touchdowi Ult the Kame. The Indians ran ove. point. Carpenter thei and th( each scored er and both point were ,ng, quarter- red his only durins nj. try for the con- 33-0 margin tus tft ilulvane Ties Aalley Center, The Mulv Wild ' alley Center Hornets ight in a second team ;y Center. Early in the first quai [enter Hornets marchf :ie field to score on a Ion. acked by the Hornets fuIlL le conversion the Hornets were ff-sides and were penalized 5 nd the down over. Their secot lis cut short on a har- ' ' ori-le by ulvane | ulvane 1 Football squad, pictured here, coiuists ot the following boys: Norman Wells, Dick Deavers, Paul Armstrong, Dwayne Reusser, Howard Moore, Keith Dulaney, Jack Stout, RoIIo Iverson, Wilbur Prins, Don Orrell, Jerry Bachman, Gayle Galvan, George Garnett, Darrell Thompsoti, Don Stanley, Sidney McKinley, Larry Galvan, John Van Deest, Bruce Hand, Earl Steinle, Robert Howard, Charles Copeland, James Redick, Dennis Simon, Jerry Webster, Paul Satterthwaite, Melvin Trott, Frank Dorsey, Larry Davis, Clyde Bellew, Coach Jesse Jackson, Assistant Coach Gordon Goodwin, and Dean Sullivan, student assistant, are also pictured. I U)ll Over Vildcats 37-0 e halfback, Waynel Derby Panthers to a| over Muivane here Friday! m a Kruelling, gridiron battle.! the first quarter of play thei hers " threw a fierce attack at! Vildcats " only to fold up yardsi ' the goal, but in the last min-| ' he quarter, John Crum, thei alley C enter bai ij In the last mi Muivane m (uarter. ard of scoring wl mH ti vih ounded. » The w Idcats pla ' o» ' ( v» enter dt fense all n. t PF 6 pat ' RoUo Iverson )0 Co- Captain football The {uard, up for the Wildcats is Center, Jeriy Bachra ice Hand; guard, Don le, Frank Dorsey; tac Howard Moore; end, Jim Redick; Larry D vis; quarterback, jerry .ter; halfback, Dennis Simon; ha ' Johnny Van Deest and fullbacl Steinle. Muivane has another second game scheduled with Clearwater, 20. Derby and Belle Plaine mav be placed on the sctwdntc. During the warm fall afternoons the Wildcat squad found little time for outside activities. When school mates climbed into school buses headed for home and relaxation, the football boys had just begun the hardest part of their day. Kicking, blocking, passing, running, tackling, and inter-team scrimmage prepared them for coming games. After their workout most squad members were willing to climb into bed at ten o ' clock to comply with training regulations . Although the " A " squad failed to land in the winner ' s column, each player had a " Winner ' s " spirit. Backed up by a loyal Muivane pep section and by town boosters, Muivane made each game exciting and never forgot the sportsmanship of a good athletic group. the Panthf rs, went over iown . Crum ' s kick for the ell hor.t. Icats came right back on f-lo urge V ithin 12 yards idown , when Wayne Reed a pass and went 45 yards field to score for Derby. i the extra point. This un- lay hrew M ulvane off the Panthe rs scored two 1, b inging the halftime zaies, who was injured _ -ne, came back in the ' - third quarter, Courtesy of UNRUH ' S CLOTHING e within n pulled down dcats then threw l- was intercepted Darrell Thompson Co-Captain i Eootball game 1 score. iir mmor injuricii en were MarLJteinle, Jack Stout.l ; class, Barbara jnd Rollo IversoD :bs9. and Faye , slight injury ic lore class. Foot- verson crowned school band pre- torts were Joh " ., routine and mar- n. Jerry W« ' - lialf-time. i George Garnett OFFENSIVE SQUAD, Left to right: Paul Armstrong, Darrell Thompson, Rollo Iverson, Keith Dulaney, George Garnett, Don Stanley, Dwayne Reusser. Backfield- -Jerry Webster-QB; Earl Steinle-FB; Dennis Simon-RB; Johnny Van Deeste-LB. Keith Dulaney o rJ ona, e yeniord FOOTBALL II A high vote of praise to the seven senior members of the Malvane football squad ! Although not a game was won, the Mul- vane community was proud of the high spirit and determination shown by these boys. Dwayne Reusser DEFENSIVE SQUAD, Left to right: Dick Deavers, Darrell Thompson, Bruce Hand, Keith Dulaney, Don Stanley, Jack Stout, Norman Wells. Backfield--Robert Howatd-QB; Rollo Ivenoo-FB; Gayle Galvan-RB; Latry Galvan-LB. Paul Armstronc 31 « ' - ' 4a Courtesy of R. D. McAULEY omecomin Queen Joan Church, freshman, reigned supreme at Mulvane Home- coming activities on Friday, October 26, 1952. Darrel Thompson and RoUo Iverson, seniors, were elected by teammates as co- captains. The duties of the queen ' s escort were taken over by RoUo. Linda Jackson carried the crown and her brother, Mike, carried the football on which the players names were written. Queen Joan ' s attendants were Faye Woods, sophomore, Marilyn White, senior, and Barbara Shoup, junior. The escorts were Jerry Webster, freshman, Gayle Galvin, junior, and John Van Deest, sophomore. ' 1 waA " Your future is before you; make the best of it. " Compliments of DR. FRANK LEIGHTY LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Howard, Jerry Webster, Larry Peckham, Gary Summers, Gayle Galvan, Dean Sullivan, Dwayne Reusser, Bill Dickey, Dick Deaver, Paul Armstrong. Compliments of JIM SHARPE 93 J CLuaci y LEFT TO RIGHT, FKST ROW: J. Webster, J. Bachman, J. Redick, R. Iverson, L. Peckham. SECOND ROW: D. Simon, G. C. Daniels, J. Stout, J. Van Deest. S. McKinley. THIRD ROW: E. Steinle, W. Ptins, R. Logan h Quacl The coaches decided to take ad- vantage of this year ' s large fresh- man class by organizing a frosh basketball squad. The main purpose of this team was to teach the boys the fundamentals of basketball to use in the coming years of high school basket- ball. The freshmen practiced three days a week two hours at a time, and played four scheduled gannes during the season. •DAISY MILLER " CAFE Specialty: Good Food and Home made pie. Coach Goodwin The second team is made up of 13 boys have at least one thing in comn on--a love of basketball. These boys are future " A " teann material and several of them substitute in the " A " squad games. The primary pur- pose of this group of boys is to gain experience in com- petitive play, create teamwork and sportsnnanship. and to provide a preliminary game at all " A " contests. The season for these boys has been quite successful; they have won well over half their games. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Coach Jackson, C. Nicholson, R. Shoemaker, L. Turner, D. Simon, J. Prins, Coach Goodwin. SECOND ROW: S. Brown, J. Bradberry, L. Carver, G. Richards, B. Wool- dridge, M. McKean, L. Davis, J. Travis, M. Trott. 3 1 " ▼ i •I , 1 0 4a- ' r LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Darrell Thompson, Bill Cmm, George Garnett, Jake Moyer, RoUo Iverson, Don Stanley, Frank Patterson, K -ith Dulaney. SECOND ROW: Gayle Galvan, Gary Summers, Jack Stout, Wilbur Prins, Bruce Hand, Dwayne Reusser, Bub Sullivan, Howard Moore, Gary Howard. THIRD ROW: Robert Howard, Sidney McKinley, Bill Dickey, Johnny Van Deest, Larry Peckham, Jim Redick, Earl Steinle, Dennis Simon. FOURTH ROW: Tommy Forshee, Jerry Webster, Larry Davis, Melvin Trott, Jim Bradberry, Claude Nicholson, Don Simon, Frank Dorsey. LAST ROW: Coach Goodwin, Paul Freeman, Clyde Balew, Jimmy Prins, Larry Turner, Stanley Brown, Bobby Shoemaker, Jerry Travis, Larry Carver, Gary Richards, Coach Jackson. Jrack ' ou5 r Track season, which begins too late for actual annual coverage, gives many boys an opportunity to take part in athletic events. It is a sport where individuals can shine, and where a great number of boys are needed to take part in the many events. Forty-five boys plan to be out for track in the spring, and many meets have been arranged by the coaches and school officials. The track schedule as set up so far this year is as follows; Fredonia Relays April 9 K. U. Relays April 17-18 Hutch Invitational April 25 League Meet May 1 Regional May 8-9 State May 15-16 Several other dual meets are being planned, but are not yet scheduled. Dat e Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 16 Dec. 19 Dec. 22,23 Jan. 6 Jan. 9 Jan. 13 Jan. 16 Jan. 20 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Opponents Derby Valley Center Caldwell Leon Haven Tourney Halstead Harper Rose Hill Clearwater Belle Plaine Oxford Planeview Caldwell Valley Center Planeview Leon Clearwater Rose Hill Oxford Derby Medicine Lodge We 45 57 54 48 44 52 58 36 42 52 42 66 65 66 64 45 50 66 56 56 They 40 49 53 34 45 23 52 34 52 46 69 38 51 77 44 34 44 54 48 41 ' Best Wishes Seniors SEEGAR ' S SUNDRY 38 I V . _- %j. ■ fi ' 953. Tarr Senioj ' " ' a,e„,j;y " e„,v,,. Dane freshn Po.o.e..,,;--;; e„o ,, C ' a«andr ' «- ' iC ' ' " ' - ' CoJ:::f ' ' " 2 " ee„Pe6. " fy J4. 39 Assistant Editor .... Don Stanley Business Manager . . . WiUa Moore Publicity Manager . . Paul Armstrong f ft Advertising Manager. George Garnett 0 — SS t Snapshot Editor Marilyn Abercrombie W i Club Editor Minnie Jo Tarr .M Sports Editor . . . Charles Copeland M Class Editor .... Lou Ann Woods m Music Editor Joyce Evans 7 Introductary Pages . . .Marilyn White w Photographers Bill Crum yY ' m . Kenny Ferguson, and Charles Copeland H.H.li.Ci,L Reporters . Donna Aimes, Ronnie Crawford . , __,_,_„ . . Dwayane Reusser, and Dean Sullivan Jonny Logan; EDITOR . , , ■ , t , ,t j ' Art Editor Delores Howard Sponsor Beverly Byers We, the Annual Staff and Willie, appreciate the support of the student body, faculty, and C- ' Ijjj community in publishing this 1953 Annual. It has jtd 4 ' J ' been our pleasure and privilege to give you a complete review of the happenings during the school year. Our Annual Staff is at fault if any event has been onnitted from this Annual. The staff has worked to give you a bigger and better Annual consisting of 4 extra pages. To start our money making campaign, the Journalism class met and organized a paper IW • drive, several concession stands, and an all I school book store. »% These are only a few of the many activities %1 that have kept us busy this school year. m ' THE STAFF " 30 " Courtesy of KIMBLE GROCERY QtOl ex ' r c, c.


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