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-d58 II Mfci LDCAT UULVANk, KANSAS 1 Co cte cfcs Faculty Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Sports 15 19 23 Organizations 27 41 i i i i Girls Counsellor d? £ HARVEY KOPPER Science and Math ifc WILLIAM MABEN Science Science and Math FRANCIS SHOUP Vocational Agriculture W.D. MUNSON Superintendent EARL HAGGERTY Social Science PAC AD UFNf£ SCHOOL George Gosney, Chairman Jennings Reusser BETTY BOREN ROBERT SCHREINER Industrial Arts Sports GARNET WILSON English and Speech HOWARD LEHMAN Math TFT) pnWFDC JLTY J, rR ATOR £ - LILYAN ERICKSON English and Library DONNA TRAVIS English and Journalism DARD Frank Carson Superintendent Munson JOHN IRELAND Principal : UNA VEY STOUT Girls P.E. and English GORDAN GOODWIN Commerce and Assistant Coach MARILYN SMITH Secretary FLORENCE QUINTON Home Economics and Girls Counsellor BILL FAIRCHILD JACK KING Social Science, P.E. and Assistant Coach JAMES PARKER Social Science, Head Coach, and Counselling CO U INCWB CAFETERIA I, CAFETERIA- MEETING ROOM LIBRARY OFFICE Best of Luck DR. LESLIE COBB OUTSIDE- CHRISTMAS SCENE ONAL AG. BUILDING SENIORS m . a. DICK PECKHAM President DONNA APPERSON Q d0 i6 I BILL HELMS Vice-President MORRIS MASSEY Secretary DONALD APPERSON SUE ARMSTRONG DON BACHMAN ARLENE LEWIS Treasurer CONNIE BIBLE 1958 BONNIE PAPENHAUS DON PARKER C nUM LARRY PRAY GRACE PRINS DOYLE REED ERNESTINE RIDDLE ANITA SEEGER EVELYN SHAW GARY STEED GALEN SHEPARD FLOYD SHOUP JOE STOKES NORMAN TURNER LEROY VAN DEEST SHARRON STOUT ffft I w MARY JANE TURKLE G MM KAREN WILLIAMS KEITH WOLF PHYLLIS VANDER WALL BEVERLY WALKER GAYLE WOODS SYLVIA CRUM LINDA WRIGHT SHIRLEY SHEPARD LI r 1 i r i ■ ■ ' r r , i i J ! ► A V a P ■ ■ I . ■ ■ - " ■ " JUN [if... — V PSk ft.1 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Mary Lou Jordan . . . .Vice-President Dale Greiner President Judy Moyer Secretary " Best Of Luck Seniors " PAPANHAUS OIL CO. L» ■J n 3 Melba Abercrombie Dee Barnett Dana Barnes n " Darryl Barth Betty Barton Raymond Boss Gary Bowers Ronnie Brown Donna June Cain Marshall Barton Benny Blankenship Karlin Church Darla Courtney JuwZotS Carolyn Dame Judy Dickey Sonya Schlicter Virginia Dorsey Harvey Erikson Judy Ernst Cecil Ferguson Dennis Galliant Dale Greiner Jerry Grieve Lois Hartung Beverly Hayes Clyda Humbolt Kathleen Jones Sylvia Jones Mary Lou Jordan Maria Justvig Gary Kincaid Jerry Leatherman Karen Manning Kenneth Mantz Q n n r Marilyn McCaskey Judy Moyer Jerry McKean John Ouinton Richard McKinley Etta Petrie Judy Midgley Gary Rambo Diana Miller Maxine Reasoner Janet Minson Ruth Ann Reusser JuwI VtS John Riddle Jerome Rohling Larry Rork Dick Schaper Annabelle Simon Dean Stoll Stanley Stoll Carolyn Storey Judy Sumpter Pat Taylor Gene Trott Joe Utt Leslie Vanderfecht Wayne Wayman Jack West Margaret Westfall David Wheeler Betty Whitaker Marvin Womack Mareta Woodbridge Patsy Mooney 3 £M 1 mM pd SOPHOMORES Tom Armstrong Donita Backus Janice Birkhead Helen Bobbitt La Vern Bond Judy Boone Don Bradberry Joellen Brady Bobby Brown Johnny Brown Donna Brunmeier Sylvia Buchannan Judy Webster, Neal Devore, Kay Coffey, and Jim Read. Richard Burdick CopkoHiom TOP ROW: Marilyn Cody, Kay Coffey, Karen Conklin, Rosetta Cummins, Sandra Daniels, Tom Deaver, Neal DeVore, Larry Farber, Carol Former, Sharon Garner. MIDDLE ROW: Bill Gist, Terry Goodman, Tommy Graber, Pat Hansen, Janet Hartman, Russell Heller, Eleanor Henry, Ernest Hilderbrand, Judy Hoth, Arlyn Huckle. BOTTOM ROW: Kieth Humbolt, Diana Jones, Ann Kaenig, Jerry Kimble, Michael Koab, Dorothy Lambky, Jimmy Leatherman, Bill Lewallan, Jon Lippincotte, Kennalee Loper. S0 11 ? I aosa? a o Q n ?3 s. 4 ft ft ft • 2 I (0 - © © swa TOP ROW: Gerald Love, Jimmy Moore, Lloyd Moyer, Mary Moyers, Kenneth McGee, Barbara McKinney, Bill McLeod, Charlene McPherson, Jack Nicholson, Doug Nossaman. MIDDLE ROW: Phyllis Palmer, Bobby Papenhaus, Barbara Parker, Fred Philpot, Ronnie Pittman, Julie Pitts, Billy Polk, Jerry Price, Jack Proctor, Sherry Redick. BOTTOM ROW: Darrell Reed, James Reed, Mary Elizabeth Reusser, John Rodgers, Nadine Rose, Frank Schneider, Carolyn Schul, Sue Seeger, Pearl Smith, Hershel Strait. Qopkimw Ernie Tipton Bobby Turner Jean Vogt Jim Wakeland Larry Walker Ronnie Waymire Judy Webster Lois Wells James Williams Carolyn Whitley 2] Dean Smith Nancy Swan ■ ft 1fr ■J ft f$ (ft 9 • J " 4V | 1 1 1 fr W " 1 . M 1 1 A 4 1 1 L .J 1 % FRESHMEN Ptesfune t n Ti n Wesley Wenzel, President Jack Lewis, Vice President Dan Cook Judy Courtney Gary Crowl 1 ilk hi 9 Ann Killingsworth. Secretary Merry Lyn Crumpton Jane McAdam, Treasurer Ro y Cypher Sandra Dicus Dennis Alverez Everett Ebersole Cheryl Ayers Roger Danley Howard Bailey Karen Duke Robert Baker Karen Frederick Mac Bally Joyce Greiner Sherry Bally Ruth Ann Haines Elin Barker Chuck Hale Carol Boone Glenda Hale Lois Boyer Sharon Heersche Kathleen Brammer Clif Hess Dale Britton Jim Hightower Jerry Burgess Steve Hottle Ronnie Calcote Jack Apperson Monty Church Ronald Iverson Mike Jocelyn Vicki John John Burdick Terry Jones Robert Church David Keithley Jean Classen Sammye Walker 24 - - fc 3 PtesUw w ig ? Wanda Wayman Darleen Kilts Shirley Kraft Karen Westfall Rosalie Nett dry Kuntz Ronnie Niblack Joyce Lashbrook Janice Palmer Jimmie Lindsay Karen Pitts Vivian Lindsay Vicki Lockhart Gwen Loper Judy Pray Marilyn Price Vivian Prins Larry Love Leon Quinton Priscilla Love Julie Richardson Lana McClanahan Eddie Rork Rollin McKean Frances Ruppe Don McKee Diane Schlesinger Susie McKinley Kae Scraper Don Meek Jean Midgley Beverly Millen James Smith Jim Snow Linda Stevens Martha Millen Gary Thompson Mary Lou Millen Gary Travis Kenny Mitchell Dennis Turner Helen Moyers Kenny Vanderfecht J.D.Williams Bill Vanderwall Stan Yacconi Sandra Wakeland 25 JOURNALISM SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Beverly Walker, Connie Bible. Gayle Woods, Joe Stokes, Ronnie Brown, Clyda Humbolt. STANDING, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Anita Seeger, Mrs. Travis, C. B. Hoover, Jim Dunbar. Sue Armstrong. YEARBOOK STAFF Beverly Walker Editor Business Manager Anita Seeger Gayle Woods Assistant Editor Assistants. . . Clyda Humbolt, Sue Armstrong Art Editor Connie Bible Ads. . Jim Dunbar, Joe Stokes, Ronnie Brown Photographer C. B. Hoover Sports Jim Dunbar m ORGANIZATION M STUDENT COUNCIL GARY HARRIS, President GORDON GOODWIN, Sponsor Arlene Lewis, Vice-President; Gary Harris, President; Gary Kincaid, Secretary; Tom Deavers, Treasurer. The Student Council is composed of two representatives from each class and a representative from each school organization. After a campaign each spring, officers are elected by the student body. All student group activities must be approved by the Student Council be- fore they can be held. They have an active part in school life which includes sponsoring the Christmas dance, " Tinsel Ball, " freshman initiation, and many additional activities. " Congratulation Seniors " MULVANE IGA LEFT TO RIGHT: Dick Peckham, Ernestine Riddle, Wally Cook, Bill Geist. Sammye Walker. Gary Thompson, Jerry Leatherman, Mary Reusser, Gloria Henning, Galen Shepard. Ann Kaenig, Keith Gainer, Lois Wells, Mareta Woodbridge, Floyd Shoup. STANDING: Mr. Ireland. Gary Kincaid. Tom Deavers, Gary Harris, Mr. Goodwin. M h . ,_ OUfLLTPYk BASKETBALL TICKETS: Dennis Iverson, Sharron Stout, Janet Minson. OFFICERS: President, Galen Shepard; Vice President, Wally Cook; Secretary, Dick Peckham; Treasurer, Pat Kennedy. TOP ROW: Greiner, Boss, Bowbly, Shoup, Stout, Ferguson, Lewis, Shepard. SECOND ROW: Mr. Shreiner. Riddle. Woodbridge, Kennedy, Utt, Jordan, Wheeler, Sumpter, Greiner, E. Riddle, Kincaid, Mrs. Davis. FRONT ROW: Mr. Fairchild, Bowers, Reusser, Cook, Minson, Iverson, Dame, Peckham, Dickey, Leatherman, Coffey. mt m SPONSORS: Bill Fairchild, Ina Davis, Robert Shreiner. Galen Shepard, Cecil Ferguson, Bill Fairchild. " Our Congratulations and Best Wishes for your future success. " DALE CARR, D. V. M. ?,ifc ' ti£ i STANDING: Mr. Powers, Cook. McLeod, Hilderbrand, Smith, Minson. Danley. Barnett, Darne. THIRD ROW: Crumpton. Heersche, Ruppe, Fulton, Lockhart, Heller, Cook. Calcote, Ouinton. Ebersole. Kiethley, Schneider. Meek. Quinton. Reed. Jones. Buchanan, Whitley, Backus, McKinney, Woodbridge. SECOND ROW: Webster, Lippencott. Reusser, Hukle, Travis, Moore, Price, Wakeland, E. Rork, D. Greiner, Shoup, Stout, Wheeler, Haines, Seeger. FRONT ROW: Hartman, Parker, Cody. Killingsworth, K. Greiner, L. Rork, Graber, J. Greiner, Bible, Lambky. Simon. .ftf ' - W BUTTERFIELD DRUG and RAL DAVIS CORNET TRIO CLARINET QUARTET Good Luck 31 NUCKOLLS AND KIMBLE ELECTRIC HP M ' 1 T i-w-WctWHH-W BACK ROW: J. Courtney, Lambky. Palmer, J. Palmer. Swan, Paperhaus, K. Greiner, Wenzel, Snow, Bowers, Smith, Britton, Shoup, Cook, Hatfield. Jones, Dickey, Hansen. J. Greiner. THIRD ROW: Riddle, Redick. Simon. Bible, Haines, Danley, Moore, Deavers, J. Riddle, Kimble, D. Greiner. Schneider, E. Rork. Heller, Vanderwall, Lewis. Pitts, Parker. SECOND ROW: Mr. Powers, Dame. Bowbly, Cody, Heersche, Hukle, Wheeler. Lewallen. Reed, McLeod, Humbolt, Quinton, L. Ouinton, D. Courtney, Hartman, Buchanan, Midgley, Killingsworth, Moyer. FRONT ROW: McAdams, Reusser, Miller, Stout, Jordan, Schul, Calcote, Graber, Meek, Travis, Cook, Ebersole, Barnett, Webster, Westfall, Woodbridge, Wells, Jenkins, M. Reusser. flai iSSevA Reed - st} o u id n e Bowers. Kvm Riddle. Gtabe r. £Se. Q- " l ° n - " The best of luck throughout your lives. " STOREY OIL COMPANY and THE MULVANE NEWS. IZ- if Hey PtfnVT v iMt-w ' y wi tf v ; p ujjj - j BACK ROW: Seeger, Lambky. Mi Hen, J. Palmer, M. Ruesser. McAdam, Laver, Moyer, Hartman, H. Moyer, Schleicter, Dame, J. Moyer, R. Ruesser, Wells, Simon, Parker, Woodbridge. Westfall, Richardson. Webster. THIRD ROW: Schul. VanderWall. Fulton. Midgley, Nungessor, P. Palmer, Pitts. Riddle. Jenkins, McCaskey, Swan, Whitley, Killingsworth. Mc Clamhan, Ruppe. Jones, K. Jones. Lewis, Walker. Kilts. Hale. SECOND ROW: Jordan, J. Lindsey, Courtney, Huckle, Cummins, Bowbly, Hoth, Lashbrook, Love, Brunmeieir, Heershee, Lockhart, Henning, Henry, J. Midgley, Buchanan, D. Courtney. Danniels, Price, J. Greiner. FRONT ROW: Bamett, Wayman, Stout, V. Lindsey, Haines, Bible, Conklin, Simon, Birkhead, Ayers, Former, Bobbit, Dickey, McKinney, Hatfield. Coffey, Bradberry, Hansen, Duke. Moyers. SfR L£ ' £LEE CLUB Compliments of MULVANE PHARMACY BOYG ' £L££ CLUB jato.ce r BACK ROW: Rodgers, Procter, Snow, Wenzel, Boaz, Bowers, Britton, Shoup. Cook, E. Rork, K. Greiner, Gist. THIRD ROW: Papenhaus, Apperson, Love, Humbolt, Deavers, Riddle, Kimble, Smith, D. Greiner, Nossaman, Schneider, Moore, Danley. SECOND ROW: Vanderwall, Heller, Brown, Bond, Leatherman. McLeod, Koob, Wheeler, Quinton, Wakeland, L. Quinton. pianist, Marilyn Cody. FRONT ROW: Mr. Powers, Calcote, Graber, Meek, Lippencott, Farber, Lewallen, Travis, Cook, Eb ersole, Pianist, Sherry Redick. U -Y TOP ROW: Mr. Haggerty. BACK ROW: Schul, Smith, Nessaman, Utt, Gist, Kimble, Burdick. Deavers, Reed. SECOND ROW: McKinley, DeVore, Riddle, Ferguson, R. Burdick, Ebersole. FRONT ROW: Stoll, Kincaid. K. Greiner, D. Greiner, Bowers, Peckham. The Hi-Y is a boys christian organization to create, maintain, and extend through-out the school and community a better Christian fellow- ship. The Hi-Y under the sponsorship of Mr. Earl Haggerty has par- ticipated in sponsoring the Christmas Dance, they had a police officer from Wichita talk about safety rules, and in the spring they went on a picnic. Good Luck Seniors! DR. C. W. GUNNELS .-!S£? S£- 34 KAY TT C I..IUIL.M BACK ROW: Mrs. Travis, McKinney, Dame, Bowbly, Kennedy, Coffey, Courtney, Hale, Wayman, Mover, Richard- son. Westfall, J. Moyer, Miss Wilson. FOURTH ROW: K. Coffey, Schul, Daniels, P. Palmer, Ruppe, Heersche, McClanahan. Rose, Reusser, Dorsey, Jones, McCaskey, Hartung, Ernst, D. Ernst, Woods. THIRD ROW: Price, Scraper, Pitts, Boyer, McAdam, J. Pitts, Redick, Cody, Brunmeier, Boone, M. Moyer, Humbolt, Frederick, Stevens, Lewis, Barker. SECOND ROW: John, Cummins, Webster, Hoth, Comklin, Turkle, Bible, Seeger, Fulton, Bobbin, Birk- head. Parker, Henry, Williams, Henning, Schlichter, Hukle. FRONT ROW: Dickey, Apperson. D. Jones, Wells, Hatfield, Vanderwall, Stout, A. Seeger, Minson, Buchanan, Kaenig, Hartman, Lambky, Woodbridge, Hansen, M. Reusser. The pledge of the Kayette organization, " 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-eminent power of a vital religion and to pass on to future members an association which will be a source of joy and satisfaction. " , clearly states the purpose of community, school, and world service. This year the Kayettes have participated in a safety campaign, basket to a needy family; washing car windshields; and meals for millions. Best Wishes Seniors- GERALD PACKARD MOTORS . F.A. Sweetheart Carolyn Schul vJtw 4 esV ' D ,c$e , . r- " ■jte as« «t. PUTUR,£ W0MkMAfO£R £ OP AM RfCA Ernestine Riddle, President; Mary Coffey, Vice-President; Carolyn Storey, Secretary; Carolyn Dame, Treasurer. " Toward New Horizon " the motto of the F. H. A. clearly states the purpose of the organi- zation in learning to live better today in order that our lives and those of our families may be better tomorrow . During the past the F. H. A., under the sp onsorship of Mrs. Flor- ence Quinton, has engaged in many activities including a coke party, F. H. A. week, District and State Conference, evening installation of officers, and a style show. Sue Seeger, Carolyn Fulton LEFT TO RIGHT, BACK ROW: Palmer, Ayers, McAdam, Martha Millen, Mary Lou Millen, Seeger, McCaskey, John, Scraper, Price, Westfall, Duke, Midgley. Richardson, Fortner, THIRD ROW: Williams, Whitley. McKinney, Woods, Ernst, Ruppe, Walker, Henry, Coffey, Kaenig, Pitts, Redick, Webster, Lambky. Conklin, Moyers, Dame, Minson. SECOND ROW : Fulton, Walker. Justvig, Dorsey, Bobbitt, Bally, Crumpton, Haines. Heersche, Hukle, Church, S. Jones, Simon. Turkle. Bowbly, Kennedy, Lewis, Greiner. Killingsworth, Moyers. FRONT ROW: Seeger, Mrs. Quinton. Hale, Wayman, Courtney, Prins, Schlesinger, Brammer, McKinley, Sumpter, Storey, Coffey, Riddle, Bradberry, Hanson, P. Palmer. Schul, Daniels. " Good Luck Seniors " QUALITY CLEANERS FLORENCE QUINTON Sponsor Decorations for Christmas dance. TOP ROW: Nicholson. Wayman, Barth, Leatherman. Rohling, Scharper. SECOND ROW: Boone, Bachman. Heller, Wakeland. Johns, Bond, Bradberry, Lewallan, Koob, Graber, Hilderbrand, Waymire, Snider. THIRD ROW: McPherson. Long, Farber, McKee, Love, Walker, Pitman, Cook, Bally, Cypher, Brown, Boss, Stoll. FOURTH ROW: Parker, VanDeest, Turner, Greiner, Bowers, Steed, Massey, Vanderfetch, Mitchell, L. Love, Hottle, Church, Barton, Trott. FIFTH ROW: Britton, Apperson, W. Cook, D. Apperson, Kincaid, Shoup, Iverson, Guinn, Mr. Shoup, Rodgers. PUTURk PAR UkRS OP AMERICA Best Wishes KIMBLES GROCERY Dennis Iverson, Sentinel; Leonard Guinn, Secretary; Floyd Shoup, Vice President; Gary Kincaid, President; Don Apperson, Treasurer; Wally Cook, Reporter. " Learning to do, doing to learn, learning to live, living to serve, " is the motto of the F.F.A., agricul- tural club for boys. The F.F.A. completed a full calender of social events and agricultural projects this year. Highlighting the year was the crowning of the F.F.A. Sweet- heart at the skating party held in March. Other activities included a chili supper and greenhand initi- ation, a watermelon feed, ham- burger fry, and potluck supper. Mr. Frances Shoup is the F.F.A. sponsor. Francis Shoup Sponsor Freshman Initiation L F.F.A. Sweetheart Carolyn Schul Mr. Shoup and Russell Heller FUTU CHEERLEADERS: Judy Moyers, Diana Jones, Judy Webster, Arlene Lewis. " 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. TOP ROW: Duke, Midgley, J. Palmer, McClanahan, Lockhart. SECOND ROW: Whitley, McKinney, Killingsworth, Greiner, Heershey, Reusser, Hukle, Jordan, R. Reusser. THIRD ROW: Dickey, Hartung, Justvig, K. Jones, Church, Dorsey, Sumpter, McAdam, Ayers. FOURTH ROW: Cummins, Brady, Schlesinger, Birkhead, Buchanan, Parker, Harpman. Lambky. FIFTH ROW: Mrs. Stout, Pitts, Kaenig, Redick, Midgley, Schlichter. Conklin, Hoth, Former. FRONT ROW: S. Jones, Lewis. Webster, D. Jones. Moyers, Lois Wells, President. MRS. UNA VEY STOUT Congratulations, " Sponsor D. L. CAFE mm x 4 h P r j | i i r 1 1 i 1 F ' I ■ Ir 4, _- • i i i 1 i i i I i 1 HI H 1 S.i 1 . , s PORTS Gary Steed Senior back Wally Cook Senior center Derby Harper Augusta Anthony Clearwater Valley Center Caldwel Kingman Belle Plaine WE THEY 20 14 12 7 21 6 6 ( 12 21 53 12 21 12 14 26 25 196 Our Congratulations ROBERT ' S RECREATION r Keith Wolf Senior line Although the stubborn Wildcats if 1957 outgained their opponents n rushing yardage, tney only won one game. But experience has prospered, for sixteen players will return in ' 58 to strengthen the club and produce a great deal of sports- manship for Mulvane. We wish to congratulate the squad for their fine performances and sportsmanship that they showed on the field. Courtesy of SOUTHSIDE BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP W0 UkC0MfN£i9S7 ATTENDANT - Judy Webster HI QUEEN - Mary Lou Jordan ATTENDANT - Arlene Lewis Congratulations CHARLES ENGLISH - Builder 42 Miss Mary Lou Jordan, a junior, was crowned queen of the Homecoming activities, Friday, October 18. The queen was crowned during the half-time ceremonies of the Mulvane Clearwater football game, at which time the band and pep club presented a colorful performance. The queen and her attendants, Judy Webster and Arlene Lewis, were escorted onto the field by Wally Cook, Gibson Boaz, Keith Greiner, and Floyd Shoup of the varsity team. Crown bearers were Phil DeVore and Jeniffer Parker. After the ceremony Queen Mary Lou reigned over the game from her throne at the 50 yard line and was later honored at a dance in the high school gym. Quill Type was in charge of the dance. Tables were decorated with football decorations and a large crepe paper football was in the center of the gym. The Fairlands, Bill Helms, Morris Massey, Ralph Henderson, Jim Britton, and Morris Massey played for dancing. The best of luck in the future BOLAN LUMBER COMPANY VA CITY BASKETBALL VARSITY SCHEDULE WE THEY Derby 29 26 Oxford 42 39 Valley Cenfer 50 41 Belle Plaine 36 38 Clearwater 44 34 Caldwell 48 45 Andale 40 31 Augusta 56 59 Valley Center 45 48 Oxford 66 50 Caldwell 50 44 Derby 39 41 Clearwater 30 44 Belle Plaine 52 47 Andale 51 24 Augusta 61 64 739 675 Coach Goodwin BACK ROW: Love, Leatherman, Greiner, Deaver, Mrs. Goodwin, Williams, Armstrong, Grist, Reed. FRONT ROW: Brown, DeVore, Kimble, Bowers, Reed, Wenzel. Congratulations for winning 12 games. Dari King and Hamon ' s In football this year the freshman squad showed fine po- tential in winning 3 and losing three. Although having a small squad and tampered by injuries, the Mulvane Freshmen showed the true tradition of sportsman- ship. BACK ROW: Burgess, Britton, Wenzel. Hightower. Mr. King. SECOND ROW: Yacconi. Calcote, Love, Hess, Danley, Apperson. FRONT ROW: Vanderwall, Keithley, Travis, McKee. McKeen, Meek, Lewis. P ECWMAN ATULBTICC BACK ROW: Calcote, Lewis, Hess, Mr. King, Meek, Iverson, McKean. FRONT ROW: McKee. Williams, Wenzel, Britton. Hightower. Courtesy of " PAYDENS " Coach Jack King In basketball the freshmen proved to be one of the best Coach King has coached. They won the Minneha Tournament and lost only 2 games, the entire year. It was the fine spirit of basketball which will be carried by the freshmen through out their years in high school . We wish them further luck. m YEARBOOKS c • COVER »T f MYERS t Qb


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