Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)

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wildca ' pOftCMWd With the passing of time, the echoes of our school life will grow fainter and fainter, and then die away. Gone forever will be the routine of school life, the fun we had, and the friends we made. It is the hope of the 1956 Wildcat Staff that, as you glance through this book in the years to conne, you will recapture those monnents and the echoes will begin Pt-T " " ' VtW wildcat 1956 mum HIGH mm Mulvane, Kansas To the citizens of Mulvane whose foresight promotes the education of the youth of today, the leaders of tomorrow, we proudly dedicate this yearbook. ALMA MATER Across the fields of waving grain There stands our high school called Mulvane: Alma Mater will shine bright And always be our guiding light. Through the halls our laughter rings, Above the wars what peace it brings. God protect our precious claim And always watch o ' er dear Mulvane. Lyrics by G. C. Daniels Senior, 1954, 1955 Courtesy of MULVANE STATE BANK NUCKOLL ' S READY TO WEAR r " " ' ' year " " P -o .j ' es ' « ti e ■fan t , Kirsten Radford, senior, was crowned Homecoming Queen by captain Jerry- Webster at the Mulvane-Kiowa football game October 21. Karen Marsh, junior, and Rose Anne Schlichter, senior, were her attendants with Frank Dorsey and Don Coleman as their escorts. The Queen and her attendants, who were secretly selected by the football team, were honored with a program by the band and Pep Club at game half-time. " Autumn Leaves " was the theme of the homecoming dance held in the auditorium after the game. The auditorium was decorated with the red, gold and chestnut hues of autunnn. Courtesy of MULVANE TELEPHONE COMPANY GORDON GOODWIN Commerce and Ass ' t Coach MAXINE McFERRIN English and Librarian f - lf i f EARL HAGGERTY Social Science MARJORIE KLING Commerce Courtesy of DR. and MRS. LESLIE COBB BOARD OF EDUCATION: Jennings Reusser, Frank Carson, George Gosney and W. D. Munson. IDMMISTRilTlOW MD FKWLTY Superintendent Mulvane High School has just com- pleted its second year in the new building. Our student body headed by the Student Council has completed a very successful year. The accomplishments have been many and the enthusiasm and cooperation of the students have been of the highest quality. Best wishes to all and success in the future. f0 Principal JAMES PARKER Coach and Social Science WILLIAM TARR Mathematics VERLA JUNE NASH English and Journalism nmn Secretaries: Frances Shoemaker and Nadine Maloy CRUMPTON RADIO and TV SERVICE 111 Glenn Street Phone 207 .- i WALTER FORD Music €N UNA VEY OVERTON Girls ' Physical Education H ' ' W JACK KING JAMES MALOY Social Science and Ass ' t Coach BILL FAIRCHILD Industrial Arts Driver Education HAZEL MOLZEN ROBERT GLASER WILLIAM MABEN GARNET WILSON Home Economics Mathematics and Science Science English and Speech ueen Rose Anne being crowned by Jim Prins, Basketball Captain. Karen Marsh and Jerry Webster, Attendant and Escort. Compliments of JONES-NESSLEY MOTOR COMPANY Crown Basketball Queen at Sock-hop Ko.st Anne Schlichter was crown- ed 1956 Basketball Queen by cap- tain Jim Prins at the " Rock Around the Clock " sock-hop in the Mulvane high school gym Saturday, Feb- ruary 25 at 7:30 p.m. Queen Kose Anne reigned over the sock-hop, which was held in the honor of tlie basketball boys, who elected the queen. Kay Dan- .cls, escorted by Gary Richards, and Karen JIarsh, escorted by Jerry ' c!i-l ' r, were tlie queen ' s atten- ' ' il all team formed an vcr and crown bearers, 1 ' anil Jay Leatherman, I ' lyalty procession to the , r.r.viiiui; ceremony held on the stage. Rose Anne held a bouquet of orchid chrysanthemums and a miniature white basketball auto- graplied by the tea m. Jim Prins, crowned her Basketball Queen of 1956 and bestowed the crowning kiss. Queen Rose Anne ' s crown was ornamented with orchid chrysan- ' themums. The attendants receiv- ed neck-scarfs and silver bracelets set with turquoise. A giant wliite alarm clock stood as the center floors decoration to carry out the theme, " Rock Around the Clock. " The clock ' s alarm went off at 9:00 for the crowning cere- mony. Black cut-outs of dancing couples on the gold stage curtain framed the silliouetted profiles of a girl and boy. Admission prices determined by the length of stockinged feet at the rate of a penny an inch, paid by the girl escorts, totaled $16. Kayettes, the club sponsoring the dance, will u.sed $10 to send a Care package and r If remainder will be used to de- ; dance expenses. Gary Richards and Kay Daniels, Escort and Attendant. FIRST ROW: Jay Leatherman, crown bearer and Susan Sharp, flower bearer. SECOND ROW: Gary Richards, Kay Daniels, Jim Prins, Captain, Rose Anne Schlichter, Queen, Karen Marsh and Jerry Webster. THIRD ROW: Don Coleman, Darrell Davis, Ken Staten, Van Tarr, Bill Storey, Floyd Shoup, Wally Cook, Gary Kincaid and Don Apperson, A and B team basket- ball boys. . M si 5if " • ' ROCK mm THE OLOCK Basketball Sock-Hop i! « Compliments of GERALD PACKARD MOTORS f956 Barbara Knox McKean VALEDICTORIAN A e4 t ' -) ' -1 ■ « - H ' i M Vl i ' ) t f -3 SENIOR SPONSORS Earl Haggerty William Tarr Lee Doyen The largest graduating class in the history of Mulvane High School received their diplomas on Thursday night, May 24, in the high school auditorium. Mr. W,M, Ostenberg, superintendent of schools at Salina, Kansas, delivered the comnnencement address " On the Plus Side. " The procession of seventy-six seniors was led by Norma Higgs and Clair Ferguson, juniors, as Linda Wright played " Pomp and Circumstance " on the piano. The mixed Chorus sang " Lord of the Nations, " the Alma Mater, and " Halls of Ivy " under the direction of Walter Ford. Courtesy of MARSH SERVICE STATION Kirsten Radford SALUTATORIAN Jerry Webster Joyce Miller Treasurer Katharine Burke Vice-President Lorin Leaf Secretary Doris Day " Congratulations Seniors " THE UNRUHS Kirsten Radford Janet Bishop Lois Armstrong Pat Boone John Boss Sally Britton " Best Wishes " OBURN ' S MEATS Retha Blankenship Stanley Brown Jeanette Bullock Joan Church Compliments of W AND L GARAGE Marilyn Lance Connie Leatherman Dianne Lockhart " Congratulations Seniors " PAYDENS INC. Lawrence Melcher Charlene Millen Duane Walker Regina Nett Delores Niblack Claude Nicholson Best Wishes ' CAMPBELL REALTY SENIORS Anita Phillips Burton Price Jim Prins Don Sinnon Marilyn Smith Gary Snow " Congratulations Graduates " BOBBITT TIRE AND SERVICE STATION Max Steinle Bill Storey Lois Stucky George Williams Charles Willis Roberta York Compliments of SELBE SERVICE Ray Westfall . Donna Lewis Lorene Copeland Ila Davis. Karen Marsh Ken Staten . Ward Danley OFFICERS Student Council F. H, A. President Student Council • Treasurer . Secretary Vice-President . President Row 4 Row 1 Doris Armstrong Shirley Barnett Row 2 Gayle Bartholonnew Margaret Barton Sam Bell Mary Beth Birkhead Merrill Bishop Billy Boone Row 3 Beverly Boss Loretta Brown Donald Buchanan Billie Jo Butcher Carol Camm.erer Genev Cherry Lorene Copeland Dorothey Cooley Dorothy Cron Ward Danley Darrell Davis 11a Davis Row 5 Daryl Deffenbaugh Roy Dunn Shirley Farber Dennis Faris Clair Ferguson Carole Hess Row 6 Norma Higgs Connie Hughes Larry Iverson Vivian Kilts Donald Lambky Jo Lewallen Row 7 Donna Lewis Karen Marsh Robert Nelson Kay Niblack Pat Nicholson Joan Rennaker Row 8 Jennis Reusser Dennis Rhoades Richard Rosendale David Shaw Lenwood Shepard Carolyn Shoup Row 3- Kenneth Simon William Smith Kenneth Staten Van Tarr Dale Truman Dorthea Tucker Row 10 Elaine Turner George Wayman Retha Wayman Jane Wenzel Ray Westfall Barbara Willis Compliments ROBINSON ' S GROCERY o o r SOPHOMORES Row 1 Joyce Aimes Robert Aimes Donald Apperson Donna Apperson Sue Arnnstrong Don Bachman Connie Bible Row 2 Mary Jain Blankenship Gibson Boaz Freddy Boone Nancy Bowlby Treva Bradberry Jim Britton Elaine Brunnneier Row 3 Mary Ellen Coffey Wallace Cook James Dunbar Keith Greiner Leonard Guinn Gary Harris Lynne Hatfield Row 4 Wanda Hayes Billy Helms Ralph Henderson Gloria Henning Dennis Iverson Leslie Jennings Charles John OFFICERS President . . Don Bachman Treasurer . . Linda Wright Secretary . . Arlene Lewis Vice-President . Floyd Shoup Student Council. Dick Peckham and Mary Blankenship A Compliments of O. J. STOREY OIL COMPANY SOPHOMORES Row 5 Pat Kennedy Arlene Lewis Dean Long Sherlene Love Morris Massey Martha Munhollon Charles McPherson Row 6 Agnes Nett Bonnie Nungesser Bonnie Papenhaus Donald Parker Dick Peckham Larry Pray Grace Prins Row 7 Ernestine Riddle Anita Seeger Galen Shepard Floyd Shoup Gary Steed Sharron Stout Jerry Truman Row 8 Mary Jane Turkle Norman Turner Leroy VanDeest Phyllis Vanderwall Beverly Walker Gayle Woods Linda Wright fil t!S %» « y ■ Mi SPONSORS Mr. Fairchild and Mr. Maben PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS Papenhaus Oil Comipany FUGSHMEN OFFICERS Dale Greiner Treasurer Gary Kincaid President Judy Dickey Vice -President Marieta Woodbridge , Secretary Anna Dale Chilcottand Phil Jennings . Student Council irma Row 1 Melba Abercrombie Stephen Arbuckle Dee Barnett Darryle Barth Betty Barton Marshall Barton Row 2 Earlwin Bernie Bennie Blankenship Raymond Boss Gary Bowers Ronnie Brown Janet Bruce Joan Bruce Sandra Bruce William Burke Dennis Carraker Row 3 Anna Dale Chilcott Karlin Church Carolyn Dame Betty Dearing Judy Dickey Virginia Dorsey Cecil Ferguson Barbara Fulton Terry Goodnnan Dale Greiner Row 4 Jerry Grieve Lois Hartung Clydine Humbolt Phil Jennings Sylvia Jones Gary Kincaid Jerry Leatherman Alta Faye Long Kenneth Mantz Diana Miller % A Sponsors : Mr. King and Mr. Parker MULVANE I. G. A. Friendly Store with plenty of parking space i% ( S ' I " ' ■: ' A n a n e 4r c%. m o f " X ' Courtesy of WAYNE R. BOLAN LUMBER COMPANY Row 5 Janet Minson Judy Moyer Marilyn McCaskey Jerry McKean Richard McKinley Sandra McLendon Jack Nicholson Johnny Preston Johnny Quinton Gary Rambo Row 6 Maxine Reasoner Roy Reasoner Ruth Ann Reusser John Riddle Jerome Rohling Larry Rork Gary Ruth Richard Schaper Sonya Schlichter Sandra Shaw a rx aL ¥i a. n dk ■ m mu Row 7 Annabelle Simon Ida Staten Dean StoU Stanley StoU Carolyn Storey Hershell Strait Judy Sumpter Melvin Terry Gene Trott Joe Utt Row 8 Leslie Vanderfecht Wayne Wayman Margaret Westfall David Wheeler Betty Whitaker Marieta Woodbridge I ANNUAL STAFF Editor. .... Marilyn Bobbitt Layout Editor . . . Carol Heller Sports Editor . . . Max Steinle Business Manager .Anita Phillips Annual Sales . . . Melva Ellis Assistants . . . Charlene Millen and Sharon Eakins. Sponsor . . Mrs. Verla June Nash if This is the morning we got up at 4:30 to meet a deadline. Charlene Millen, Editor of school paper, CAT-TALES, types copy for the last issue. Marilyn Smith, news-hound of the class, is Editor of the high school section of the MULVANE NEWS. 6 rnumu LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilyn Smith Charlene Millen Gary Snow Carol Heller Darrell Allen Marilyn Bobbitt Mrs. Nash Anita Phillips Max Steinle Sharon Eakins Melva Ellis (Not Pictured) i rt( C o Compliments of MULVANE NEWS ' -Sis v ' ' - 1 The Junitit-bemor Banquet and Prom : iw-as held m the Alli ■ tel balliooni at- _rday night, Way ' . jjttniors !ionored the ' Smiiors itlLTiiis " " ii U; , . hich. as man ' ced b maga me Igales, Pastel colored candles bet n a miot ot angel hair aast a _ sott glou Q la.hje ' Taec ' Drationb ot southern style ladies as center piece ■n, delivate miniature flower ptiug le as4 lace vardb, and gil,t,-edged lea e;? as nut cups ♦- JUNIOR CLASS PLAY A Comedy in Three Acts PLAY CAST, FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dennis Rhoades. Karen Marsh. Don Buchanan, Shirley Farber, Joan Rennaker, Jennis Reusser and Kenneth Staten. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dorthea Tucker, Larry Iverson, Van Tarr, Ward Danley, Genev Cherry, Jane Wenzel, Carolyn Shoup, Dorothy Cooley. " A LUCKY PENNY " A Comedy in Three Acts CAST Penny Pringle Karen Marsh Lydia Pringle Shirley Farber Caleb Pringle Don Buchanan Joanna Jennis Reusser Kerry Dennis Rhoades Greg Kenneth Staten Gram Joan Rennaker Hulda Dorothea Tucker Miss Haskins Genev Cherry Mr. Daly. Ward Danley O ' Shane Van Tarr Flash Larry Iverson Georgina Carolyn Shoup Vera Jane Wenzel Susette Dorothy Cooley A. , STAGE MANAGER: Merrill Bishop STAGE CREW: PROMPTERS: Doris Armstrong, Mary Beth Birkhead MAKE-UP: Jo Ann Lewallen, Beverly Boss COSTUMES: Margaret Barton, Loretta Brown STAGE CREW, FRONT ROW: Beverly Boss, Merrill Bishop, Loretta Brown. SECOND ROW: Doris Armstrong, Jo Ann Lewallen, Mary Beth Birkhead and Margaret Barton. " Oh, oh! Someones ' coming " " Turn those lights off! " MULVANE FURNITURE AND MORTUARY STAGE CREW: Larry Hoefer Amydell Rowan Max Steinle Duane Walker Clyde Ballew Jeanette Bullock Kay Daniels Roberta McLeod Janet Bishop Don Coleman Treva Blankenship PUBLICITY: Marilyn Smith SENIOR CLASS PLAY " 1 think you are the sweetest, most wonderful girl " " If 1 can tell the truth for one hour I see no reason why I couldn ' t tell it for one day or even one year. " Such was the opinion of Bob Bennet, until he tried it. " My vaudeville act was too refined ! " Gary Richards . .Bob Bennet Rose Schlichter .... Gwendolyn Ralston Janet Bishop Mrs. E. M. Ralston Don Giles . . E. M. Ralston Larry Carver .Dick Donnelly Connie L,eatherman . Ethel Clark Burton Price . Bishop Doran Anita Phillips. Mable Jackson Regina Nett . .Sable Jackson Stanley Brov n Clarence Van Dusen MULLINS ELECTRIC and TV SERVICES FOOTBALL n r ' ' B -- ' " M ' Hl ' i V i P ' W3 Quarterback, Jerry Webster and Halfback, Keith Greiner nail a Kiowa back at the Homecoming Football Game, October 21. COACH JIM PARKER FOOTBALL RECORD GAMES WILDCATS OPPONENTS Derby Sept. 23 6 Harper Sept. 30 6 7 Anthony Oct. 14 26 38 Kiowa Oct. 21 26 6 Valley Center Oct 28 6 14 Caldwell Nov. 2 6 13 Kingman Nov. 11 20 7 Belle Plaine Nov. 18 13 32 VARSITY SQUAD 1955 ,. 71 82 Z 30. 22 61 , 51 6? lOsfe 50.- %V J f w .v -.„. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Buchanan, Don Simon, Stanley Brown, Don Coleman, Ray Westfall, Jerry Webster and Jerry Travis. SECOND ROW: Sam Bell, George Wayman, Larry Davis, Ward Danley, Jim Bradberry and Van Tarr. THIRD ROW: Jim Prins, Bill Storey, Daryl Deffenbaugh, Frank Dorsey and Keith Greiner. OHL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY w 1 C L U D B C S A ■iURP f S P ' W m mSf P i T THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Leonard Guinn, Kenneth Simon, Dean StoU. SECOND ROW: Larry Turner, Gibson Boaz, Gary Harris, Wallace Cook, Floyd Shoup. FIRST ROW: Don Simon, Darrell Allen, Jim Bradberry, Dennis Rhoades, Clair Ferguson, Ward Danley. Coach Jim Parker and Assistant Coaches Jack King and Gordon Goodwin. THIRD ROW: Gary Rambo, Dick Schaper, Wayne Wayman. SECOND ROW: Dale Greiner, John Riddle, Jerome Rohling, Darryle Earth. FIRST ROW: W. L. Burke, Cecil Ferguson, Gary Ruth, Jerry Leatherman, Ronnie Brown. F R E S H M E N Compliments of H.L. SWAN ' Your Standard Oil Man ' Compliments of QUALITY CLEANERS 1) ( O Una Vey Overton, Physical Education Teacher GIRLS ' VOLLEYBALL TEAM copped first place in the volleyball tournament at Sports Day held at Winfield by Southwestern College Saturday, March 17. FRONT ROW: Evelyn Stokes, Sharon Eakins, Joan Church, Pat Boone, Regina Nett, Barbara McKean. SECOND ROW: Agnes Nett, Lois Armstrong, Margaret Clasen, Janet Bishop, Sally Britton, Retha Blankenship. GIRLS ' ATHLETICS " Let ' s go! " says Margaret Clasen as she passes the ball in from center. Regina Nett is out to get that ball! Don ' t get carried away! 30 " Clear the Track! " yells Janet Bishop. Jerry Webster, Javelin, 1st Anthony Relays, 2nd K. U. Relays. 1956 TRACK TEAM, LEFT TO RIGHT: Wally Cook, Frank Dorsey, Jim Prins, Dale Truman, Dennis Rhoades, Keith Greiner, Van Tarr, Clair Ferguson, Merrill Bishop, Daryl Deffen- baugh, Dick Peckham, Stanley Brown and Lawrence Melcher. COACHES: Jim Parker and Gordon Goodwin. Frank Dorsey, iun Putt, .nli U. ' agii 5th Anthony Relays. TRACK »? ' ! IB| MULVANE LUMBER COMPANY Dennis Rhoades, Hurdles, 2nd 120 H. H. League. iH Clair Ferguson, 44ii Run, 3rd League, 3rd Regionals, 2nd Hutchinson In- vitational, 4th K. U. Relays. Dick Peckham, 880 Run, 2nd League. Daryl Deffenbaugh, Mile Run, 3rd League, 3rd Anthony Relays, 4th Regionals. 31 MI.IUJ Y KfLAY: C Kur IvriMi.M keilli Greiuer, Dale rruiiidu, Van Tarr. 4th Anthony Relays, 2nd League and 5th Regionals. B % B. w I L D C A T B A S K E T B A L L STARTING LINE-UP: Gary Richards, Jerry Weoster, Darrell Davis, Jim Prins and Van Tarr, Mulvane High School ' s " A " basketball team scored a total of 1, 174 points this season with an average of 58. 7 points per game. They won fifteen gannes out of twenty, became the new Chisholm Trail League Champs, copped first place trophy in Mulvane ' s Invitational Tourna- ment, and placed third in the District Tourna- ment. Jerry Webster was high point man with 532 points making an average of 26. 6 per game. The Wildcats were the shortest team on the 1956 basketball schedule but no team could beat their rebounding skill. Their greatest winning strength was their fighting spirit and their abil- ity to play together as a team, and not as in- dividuals. LEAGUE RECORD GAMES WILDCATS OPPONENTS 1 Derby 50 45 62 45 Planeview 50 49 41 37 Valley Center 70 51 60 49 Augusta 57 56 90 92 %% VARSITY " A " TEAM, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Storey, Gary Richards, Van Tarr, Larry Turner, Dick Peckham, Law- rence Melcher, Darrell Davis, Larry Carver, Jerry Webster, Jim Prins, Don Coleman and Ray Westfall. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD LEFT TO RIGHT: Wayne Wayman, Dale Greiner, John Riddle, Gary Bowers, Gary Kincaid, John Preston, Jerry Leatherman, Kenneth Mantz, W. L. Burke and Gary Rambo. Coach Jack King in center. FRESHMAN SPORTS Under the coaching of Jack King, the Freshman Basketball Team worked in new formations and with new styles of playing. They won eight games and lost two. The Freshman Track Team participated in four track meets winning three by a large margin and losing one by one point. Because of the improvennents they have nnade this year and their great desire to work together to win, the Freshnnan will do much for the future athletic status of Mulvane High School, TRACK ON A RAINY DAY FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: Ben Blankenship, Gary Kincaid, Gary Bowers, Wayne Wayman, Phil Jennings, Steve Jocelyn, Gary Grieve, Gary Rambo, Dale Greiner and John Preston. Coach King in center. SIMON SERVICE LDCATS! Cheer, cheer, for old Mulvane, Wake up the echoes cheering her name; Send a volley cheer on high. Shake down the thunder from the sky ! Although the odds be great or small. Old Mulvane will win over all. While her loyal sons go march ing Onward to victory! FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT! CHEERLEADERS Jennis Reusser, ■Rose Anne Schlichter, Kirsten Radford and Connie Leatherman. PEP BAND Under the direction of Student Conductor Ward Danley " You make the baskets, We ' ll make the noise. FJJ. FJJ. Donna Lewis, President OFFICERS John Abercrombie, Secretary Bill Storey, Sentinel DonColeman, Reporter Frank Dorsey, President DonSimon, Vice-President John Boss, Treasurer Genev Cherry, Vice-President Sharon Eakins, Secretary Charlene Millen, Treasurer ■n I " -- — -- — Y -i ' ' ii 1 r I ir., r- _ | MULVANE SADDLE CLUB vr HULVANE CHAPTER DELMAR JONES KillETTES Jane Wenzel Kirsten Radford Charlotte Shelton OFFICERS Ward Danley . .Vice-President Jerry Webster . . . Treasurer Ray Westfall . . . .President Larry Carver . . . .Secretary HIY HAMON ' S DRY GOODS HI ODILL TYPE FIRST ROW: Miss Kling, Sponsor; Larry Iverson, Barbara McKean. Lorene Copeland, Joan Church, Ray Westfall, Bob Wheeler, Jo Lewallen, Karen Marsh and Kay Daniels. SECOND ROW: Mr. Maloy, Sponsor; OFFICERS Dennis Paris, Donna Lewis, Mary Birkhead, Genev Cherry, Jane Wenzel, Larry Carver, Barbara McKean, Vice-President Kirsten Radford, Connie Leatherman, Jennis Reusser and Marilyn Bobbitt. THIRD ROW: Mr. Marilyn Bobbitt, Treasurer Goodwin, Sponsor; Ward Danley, Merle McKean, Ken Staten, Van Tarr, Gary Richards, Larry Carver, President jim Bradberry, Jerry Webster, Royal McCaskey and Don Lambky. Kay Daniels, Secretary ART CLUB Janet Bishop, President t Connie Bible, Vice-President Carol Heller, Secretary-Treasurer I FIRST ROW: Connie Bible, Sharon Eakins, Charlene Millen, Janet Bishop. Carol Heller and Sally Britton. SECOND ROW: Virginia Dorsey, Betty Barton, Maxine Reasoner. Jerome Rohlings, John Quinton. Karlin Church, Sylvia Jones, Barbara Fulton, Judy Dickey and Ruth Ann Reusser. fl " Miss Gladys Denny of the Junior High is Sponsor and In- structor of the Art Club. DR. DALE CARR, veterinarian 38 MARSH PLUMBING CLUB niVITIES DR. DAVID J. McATTEE Future Homemakers of America is a vocational club for girls who are striving to become better nomennakers. Miss Hazel Molzen is the sponsor. Among tlie events sponsored by the F.H.A. this year are the Ma, Pa, and Me Banquet, contributions to the Hazel Buck Scholarship Memorial and a social money-raising project which was a square dance and box-supper with the F. F. A. They also made decorations for the Christmas Dance, had Valentine Heart Sisters, ran Udall concession stands at basketball games, and ten members went to Topeka for the State F.H.A. meeting. Donna Lewis was elected district treasurer for next year. Future Farmers of America is a club for boys who are in- terested in agriculture and is sponsored by Mr. Lee Doyen. Parents and Son Banquet, Pot Luck Supper for mothers, hamburger fries, watermelon feeds and a chili supper for F.F.A. initiation were some of the F. F. A. sponsored events. The boys harvested 9 acres of Cherokee oats, and planted 9 acres of concho wheat. They have sold over a thousand dollars worth of candy bars to students as a money-raising project. They have attended various poultry, dairy, crops and livestock contests. Don Coleman and Darrell Allen, seniors, made State Farmer this year. A meat judging team composed of Vernon Kennedy, Clair Ferguson and Merle McKean received a gold emblem in the national meat judging contest. F.F.A. boys attended the national F.F.A. convention at Kansas City and won a gold emblem in an information contest. Mr. Ken Oburn, owner of a Mulvane n:ieat market, and Mr. Bob Wagner, Mulvane Co-op, won honorary chapter degrees. The Kayette club is a school, community and world service organization. Activities of the girls this year include sponsoring a book sale a week before school began, making arrangements for the Football Homecoming Dance, sending CARE packages, pur- chasing Meals for Millions, sponsoring the Basketball Sock-Hop and sending candles overseas. Also the club adopted a needy school, presented a program at the Villa Maria and served at the Christmas Dance. The club completed enough projects to earn the 2000 point award. Sponsors are Mrs. Verla Nash and Miss Garnet Wilson. The purpose of Hi-Y is to create, nnaintain and extend through- out the school and community a better Christain fellowship. Mr. Robert Glaser and Mr. Earl Haggerty are Hi-Y sponsors this year. Quill Type is a service organization composed of fifteen seniors and fifteen juniors. It is a select group, the members being elected at the end of their sophomore year. Members are required to work in the ticket office, work at the gate, make posters and handbills and perform various other duties. A committee evaluates accom- plishments at the end of the year and pins are presented to worthy members. Miss Marjorie Kling, Mr. Jannes Maloy, and Mr. Gordon Goodwin are sponsors. The Speech Department, although not a club, has presented various assemblies, a contest play, a Christmas program, and Speech Night; Mulvane was also host to a speech festival. Miss Garnet Wilson is speech teacher. Individuals performed at various programs also. Janet Bishop, senior, was the one memiber of the speech class who qualified to compete in the state speech contest, and she received a rating of II on her original oration. V " Remember our honeymoon? " Doris Day and Larry Carver in Angels Don ' t Marry. Joseph begs, but is refused shelter at the Temple. (Don Apperson, priest). box , " °n Stout ,„, " " a Seeder " °fa° Party ' ' ' etre belter. ' " 3 ' cannot f. -•i - Dorothy Cron, Larry Rork, Diana Miller and Keltb Greiner. Courtesy of Kli h ' S GR©CE|IY Floyd Shoup, Vice-President. Don Lambky, President. Jennis Reusser, Secretary -Treasurer. ■ ' TWIRLERS Jeanette ■Bullock, Amy feU Rowan, ' Larry Rork, David Wheeler and Carol Heller. Keith Greiner, Ward Danley, Don Lambky. Wally Cook, Gayle Bartholomew, and Alwyn Bowers. Gloria Henning CRAIG LAUNDREY CHORf MIXED QUARTET: Larry Carver, Anita Phillips, Ernestine Riddle, Floyd Shoup. ACCOMPANIST: Joyce Miller. NIXED muu ' iMe y . » H } ' f ! Vv i v w - ' - T- w- t - irJfiri n DANIELS " CAFE " Known for Fine Foods " GIRLS ' TRIO: Donna Lewis, Jane Wenzel, Lorene Cope- land. ACCOM- PANIST: Joyce Miller. GIRLS ' TRIPLE TRIO: Norma Higgs. Jo Lewallen, Annabelle Simon, Jennis Reusser, Carolyn Shoup, Sharon Eakins, Janet Bishop, Karen Marsh and Joyce Miller. ACCOMPANIST: Linda Wright. ft ' v .n Personalized Prescriptions MULVANE PHARMACY V ■ V THE DELINQUENTS: Larry Carver, Phil Jennings, Dennis Paris, and Leslie Jennings. GIRLS ' am CLilB OFF-BEAT SNAPS Go, Cats, Gol Qj She ' s not dreaming QQ of a White Christmas. " Morris ... I told you! " asiavyvd Ni siHONV l il f ' - fe Compliments o£ ROBERT ' S RECREATION Mister John B. Ireland Principal, Mulvane High School Ex -Captain, U.S. Marine Corps. " Look what I borrowed from Sam! ' }H Don ' t laugh! Beauty is only skin deep. in our own back-yard. 93.ao5.3


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