Neodesha High School - Bluestreak Yearbook (Neodesha, KS)

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These qualities have commanded the re spect and won the affection oi the large number of students who have had the privilege ot associating with him as teacher, administrator, and friend. 1 ' V 2 s , 1 1 . of youth and especially of the youth of Neodesha, .5 con PKK GCN, Principal E R Bevan ..-wx President H G Schnetzler Supt Geo D Caldwell R G Vickers C A Crumley E I Sharpe J u Taylor smith Bean K Mrs Katherine McCollum mrs Rose Deer Irs Loramae Callendgr Secre ary Treasurer Clerk .I elllii' ""'1"! :C IM1 :NNW M front Row Left to Right Hr DeAlbani, Instrumental Music, Miss Archer, Secretary to Principal, Irs Nichols, Lihrarian, Miss McLaren, Foods, lisa Koutz, Commerce, lies Pumphrey, Physical Ed ucatlon, Miss rriebua, Social Science, lr Bevan, Principal Second Row Miss lassum, Vocal lu sic, lies Vaughn, Biology, Mrs Andrew, Latin, lies Leatherman, lathematics, lies McCune, Art, lies Haymaker, English Third Row lr Roten, Speech, Miss Pierce, Clothing, lisa Nattler, Math ematice, Irs Bert, Social Science, lies Hunter, English, lr Donnelly, Social Science Last Row lr Goering, Industrial Arts, lr Philips, Science, Mr Classen, Physical Educatlon,Cosch, Ir Whitmore, Social Science , ' A f . 1 PM, X ' - ' . .S r . 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I1 - D 0 1 x Q , yy- Front Row Leit to Right Jay Lee Allen, Paul Decker, Eugene Kebert, Ruby Johnson, Town Pearson, Mary Evelyn Mayberry, Ronnle M1lls, Betty Cook Second Row Leonard Tay1or,A'1r Bowen, Donald Vickers, brankle Maness Donald Justlce, Mary Kock, Roger McCabe Third Pow Dl1'i .lf-nu-u ,,.....i -sq' cl S 17 9' Front Row Left to Right Gladys Meyer, Jimmy Finkenblnder, Mary Alice Reece, Donald Davis, Maxine renner, Billy Bob Ayers, Beatrlce Ivy Second Row Carl McLean, Doris Toomey, Aaron Bryant, Norma Rae Wise, Edward Nichole, Beulah Elliott, Rlchard Kingston Thlrd Row Lee Athearn, Bernetta Vantrease, Jimmy McKee, Enid Grossman, Faye Dean Kebert, Addle Mae Lakey C114 B S ' 53' , 1 L 'I 2 ' ' sf-fly -fl' , Q' -'-:cud ' ' Y ,., , v f - I-?.:'gf,1'n " V' '...l'Zti3,W '- ' I ' 'L W Q ,M A ' 2 K ' N . x ...M ' . ' ' S I , . Qu 6 , W 1 5 I Q ' - n : n,y , ' ' . : l'.9 . . . , , , . . . 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First Row-Left to Right: LaVerne Willard, Bill Hutton, Dorothy Wolfe, Betty Cole, Joan Uepuy, Lyle Creamer, Jackie Moore, Walter Dobkins, Jimmy Illisor, LaVonne Willard Second Row Martha Jane Heywood, Billy Rottler, Rush Evans, Dain Whitcomb, Shirley Allen, Wayne Harvey,Zelda Cor nett, Pearl Grossman, Betty Cuteinger Third Row: Carol Smith, Wanda Dixon, Ann Pendleton, Twyla Ivy, Mitzi Elan, Joe Eaton, Carmita Watkins, Ada McClure, Donald Bight HIP rirst Row Leit to Right Edward Roblnson, Pat Myers, Larry McGlinn, Irene Smalley Max Lewellen H l ' , e en Harvey, Arlie Lakey Second Row Norma Lee Jones, Mildred Murphy, Dar lene Hare, Maxine Lour, Bobby Don Smith, Charles McConnell, brace Ellen Phllli s Th d P Row Peggy Williams, Wilma Partington, Bertha Ann Murkin, Ronald Klingenberg,Ray Sakgi Delores Hoff ' F First Row Left to Right Darlene Fenner, Leona Marler, Bobby Cannon, Barbara Hand, Leta Butts, Barbara looney, Jack Tart Second Row Lester Lever, Lella Halbrook, Betty Jean McLane, Ernest Bringle, Rorvin Schuman, Billy Hanson, Lorena Schoonover Third Roexharold Schneider, Marvin Shoop, Donald Lee, Geraldine Mustain, bam VanRheen, Ju ior Dav1s,Esther Ritz t . .. ,, af '. -f , .Q V K X 5 v N 1 M 1 L f NL l ' 1, I , I ', : .1 ex i f U 4 ', , . 5 . 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I J Eb 7-ada F1PSt Clyde Patti Third Lloyd Row Left to Right Carolyn Sprague, Jane Upshaw, omny Iucker, ihelma Hueer, ueorge Lux, Betta, Lols Ball, Harold Hall, Donna Platt, Richard Dougherty, Betty Ell ot, qhelia Klock How Billy Myers, Ronnie Watson, Jinmie Laverty, Kenneth Jones, B1lly Kellar, Donald Ryan Shartzor, davis Bevens Limmerman, brances Edge, Edward Phill1ps, Laurence Zillner, Mary wurken econd How uayle Killion, Charles Saker, Marie Kitterman, Lloyd Hubbard, Nadine Miller, John Edwards, Phyllis Bennett, Donna Mason Ihird Row Virglnia Bauder, Margorxe Compton, Janxs King, Sue Crumley, Sally Bunger, Nelda Barrett, Jack Powell, Barbara lempleton, Mel Marie Smith First Row Lett to Right Donald Hare, George Cook, Charles Swlndler, Duane Kimball, ueorge Caudell, Earl Creel, Billy Ellisor, Walter Brown, J D Riddle, Larry Tart Second Row Cecil Shoop, Bonnie Johnson, Kenneth Lance, Barbara Lance, Charles O'Hara, Avola Betts, Jack New port, Robert Hanneken, Third Row Jack Blevans, Thelma Black, Donald Pobsnn, Quentln Plum leigh, Charlene Watson, Davld Hanna, Allen narrls, Bully Brlles Felter, Barbara lalley, uenalee Lindsay, Aary Larcom, Anna Fuqua Second Row Mary Irvine, q W r H , -.I : First now-Left to night: Charles Goodhue, Kenneth Murphy, Nyreta Dickens, Patty Hose, Donald fade: Front Row Marilyn Sh1pley,Jack nrueger,Conn1e nedr1ok,rarnld Bennett,m rv orcer,Dor1s Butts, Jack1e McCarty, Sh1rley Rakestraw Second now 'elvmn orooncver, Qonald Cole, Norma lebb,Maurice henderson,Lo1s Butts Leland rouch ns B rbara Gcf h rd New W1nn1e Jantrease, John Martin, Wanda Blcknell, H chord M ller, fayne lork, Mar Lyn bUPt,DOT1S McLane rront how Left to Right Bobby Arnold, Margaret Brocaman, H1chard n1cks,Alene Brimgle, Edward Rhodes, alma Jay,Earl Cook, Rosemary Calvert,Kern1t Schuman econd Row, Jolene Hedrick, Dian Scofield, Johnnle Denney, Patricla Jensen, eddy Lan e, anda Plumlelgh, Eugene Gra ner, Patricia Daugherty vhlfd Row Junmor lurphv, Lois Steele, Jimmy hour, Juanita Weaver, Boyd Olds, Joan Burns, Patty renner Front Row: Joe Phillips, Mavis Hersh, Robert huser,Jacqueline Grubbs,Patsy Lowry,hugh Taylor,Leon Clanton, Nancy Tucker. Second Row: Barbara Benjamin, Dixie Shepherd,Cecil Pennell,Anna Laverty,David Garber,Venita Pittman,Albert Van Nest,Helen Elliott. Third Row: Orville Shoop,Patricia Bolinger,Mary Bess Stephens,Charles Boring,Eleanor Scott, Evelyn Hagler, Kenneth Byington. DHJE rganlza tions STU UENT Q nor, rs.-..,,, 0 ICC 4l....i.... 'fa-Ala.. TWANWE P Ui M,-1 L U N lj HES ii?,'Qg,iii3Ji: ,..N,.,,.. - V.. ,, - - 'ia.,'x.,.... s......n-.8 rc Hes va 'Henk 'Ww-A wgwx., VM- -+4 'M aux M-..-..., A-evw Biqui AN4 U8 vi'-X Oli BLR cl Mnhfb 'Kiln uv: lx QTM Q nnwfq-W wi 4: QQ CQ-11' M i C ' Q -, 19- wiwhan pn. J " PE "' V T3 T- , V I r ---..--. B Pe xg P 9 2 7 7 t.,p..,....f':l- U , . -Q. wg-Af A Va-. ...W Ta hm n -YK - J 10.4 ...Y u kk I- T Q lx X , Q-- V A QM W , , 1 ! , X 4 , A X . 4 V ' . ' ,, rv A4'l4f.!., , ,A 3 , D I K K , I. N1'tT:'1' ,rv N i 5, ' . 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Vi K I L ,A ' 0 First ow Left to Right .Slwlmf ounci .aff THE SENATE President I Wilson, Secretary N Thompson, Treasurer D Sweeney, V President S Robson Second Row P Wnlliams, R Mills, F lcGinnis, B lcLane, C Hedrick, B Nooney Third Row lr Goering, J Pumphrey, B Williams, J Sharp, E Worley, A Case bourn, L Slmpson lhe Student tongress for itself in high school purpose is "to create and prove cooperation between iare oi the high school H ms an organization that has made a definite place life because of the many services it perlorms s iurther student activity in school aixairs, to im student and iaculty, and to promote the general wel The tongress consists oi two houses, the Senate and the house of Repre sentatives The former is made up of all class presidents, captains ot toot ball, basketball, and track, presldents 01 any other organized groups, and al so of the head cheerleader The House is composed of delegates elected from the second hour classes Each group elects its own officers, but a treasurer is elected jointly to serve for the organization as a whole THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES First Row Left to Right I lanese, V Bauder, Secretary D Nunn, President B ident-J Parret, D McLane, J Hedrick Second Row L Creamer, V Vickers, C Rogers, V Pres Schnetzler, H Cooper, I Evans, W Partington, L Creamer Third Row A VanNest, W Harvey, B Evans, E Bringle, L Hubbard, L Zillner, H Taylor, lr Bevan , AJ ' 74 . 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A l , ' 1" , . x ' ,,. -Q k ' 2 .Q-aw, L fx a it . f I T 455 ' - D ,, F ' i X fs" f can' sg, 1 mime' A I H1 1 bab1net f1FSt Row Leit to hlght Dean Nunn, World rellowship, vm W Jerry Pumphrey, President, Jack Ollver, Rellglous, Allyn Browne Publiclty, Leon Simpson, Servlce Second Row Left to Right Donnelly, Sponsor, Bill Jensen, Secretary, Harold Lee, Vice Pres CABINET M V Victor Vickers, lreasurer, Mr Philips, Sponsor 'To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and C0mmUn1ty high standards of Christian character That is the purpose of the Hi Y club The Hi Y club oi Neodesha Hlgh School was first organized in 1920 with a membership of twelve Thls year it has sixty members Through the years the club has done many th1ngs for the improvement oi the school Among these have been furnlshlng and planting part oi the shrubbery on the school grounds, putting up the lawn slgn bearing the name of the school, and providing the large score board on the football field, the only one in the Tri Valley League It has also contr1b uted generously to the Camp Wood Project In addition to the numerous Play Nltes, the Hi Y g1ves its annual Sweetheart Banquet, the blggest soclal event on the club calendar Each year the club presents a plaque to the senior boy not on the cabinet who the cabinet decided has made the xlnest CODfP1bUt1ODS to the club and to the school The winning of this award is a h ghly coveted honor Boys who have recelved it mn the past five years, beglnning w1th l9LO are Charles xaylor, Vernon Dletz, Dean Smalley, Bob Sumner, Loren Penny, and Blll Estes o ln - A l I F' I S Mg S4 :L -v K L4 - V?-if 2 V , T ' fr f . - bl .A "' 4' 1 "T, . L, .2 .. as . ., . .. . -. , ti 44. Q . 0 . . . . . . 3 - . - , , 1 ur. X II F ' i ' P . 1 :Q I ' , . . ., . 3' .5 Front Row Lett to Right Richard Kinvstcn, Dale Cunningham, Sam n bson, Joe Qcudder, Alan Casebourn, Glennard Schuman, Donald Meanor, Donald Vickers Second Row Donald Jacoby, Jim my Laverty, Charles SChDGtZl8T, Gerald Sturgeon, Clark Smith, Vernon Harris, Bill Williams, Vernon Carter Third Row Bill ruqua, Lawrence Sturgeon, Joe relter, Bill Rogers, Wayne Man gus, Jack Sharp, Edwin Worley :. F kront R w Left to Right Jay Lee Allen, Paul Decker, Tommy Pearson, Ronnie lille, Roger Mc Cabo, Leonard laylor, Donald JUSt1C8, Bob Rosson Second Row rred Erbe, Roger Kebert, er Bryson, Ronald rlemmang, Loran Denney, Carl McLane, Frank Ball, Jlmmy McKee Third Row Donnle Davis, Edward N1chols, Bflly Aye s, Jimmy F1nkenbinder, Aaron Bryant, Dean Dennev, Gregg Ayers ,,,..'i' lk 1 .X Q X I , AW 4 r X . K 1 - X ,f 1 . ' 1 ' x !'. , A 1 1 I I, r 1 I ' f I A 1? .' , , p ' . 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CABINET Front Row Left to Right Betty Weaver, Nadine ZlllhBP, Louise Creamer, Dorothy Horner, Dorothy Adell, Patricia Lewellen Second Row Helen Baker, Annaleise Dill, Wilma Tucker Helen Steele, Shirley Mason, Doris Cook Third Row Miss Nattier, lies Pierce, Miss lcCune , Yvonne Morrow l 'lhe Neodesha uirl Reserve club tor sophomore,jun1or, and senior girls and the Blue Triangle club for 7th, Bth, x ' and 9th grade girls compose the junior branches of the com munity Young Women's Christian Association The Girl Reserve organization is known throughout the world as lt carries out its purpose ox expressing the principles of Chr1st1anity in daily life lhe local G R club perlorms many services :or the community, home, church, and school This year the club with its eo members has given special attention to shut ins and patients at the Wilson County Hospital, contributed to the Red Cross, and helped with clothing drives Each spring lt joins with the community ! I C A and Blue Triangle in a vesper service In this and in other ways the club interprets the I W C A organ ization to the public Last year for the first time since its organization 23 years ago, the Neodesha G R club won the coveted gold seal, signifying that it had met the highest standards set tor such clubs During the mid winter district conterence at Columbus this December the seal was presented in a ceremonial service by Irs A K Reppert, president of the Kansas dis trict Y I C A and Neodesha's own representative in state Y W C A circles The chairmen Patricia activities of the club are carried on through nine standing committees, the of which compose the president's cabinet The 1945 L6 cabinet is as follows Lewellen, president, Annaleise Dill, secretary, Helen Baker, treasurer, Betty Weaver, Service chairman, Nadine Zillner, Social, Louise Creamer, Publicity, Dorothy Horaer and Dorothy Adell, Music, Doris Cook and Wilma Tucker, Devotions, Shirley Mason, Finance, Betty Benjamin, Membersh1p, Helen Steele, Program, Yvonne Morrow, World Service The sponsors are Miss Thelma Pierce, Miss Margaret McCune, and Miss Lillian Nattier e Ll' 1 La.. I Q !., ' f th ia - Q- . r X , X N I A 1 1 4 so P N rm, P Q- -x W ' 2. K 39 5 W R' T ,ilrzq ' A 'I as . - TW' .M ""i' Frnnt now Lett to Raght Mary Keck, Add e Jae Leley, DOFFlS Ef+yu drore, A 1ce Bowen, Greta M e Br wn, 1dr,1e Vnnduren, Lrurk e e Se n ow Pn+ty Do on, L qF8Jf1P'd, Pevgy LHlen Bor1ng, Vnxd Gro nan, Uelores Freier rkson, Jered th ureer, Phyl'1s J yne, '-'i' me un. Pront Row Leit to Rlght Maxlne AOTPISOD, Betfy Jo Lorbeer, Verne H obler, Norma 'ee mhompson, Aary Mayberry, Aary Ann Howe Second Pow Alen Goss, Ly'eta Bauder, Vlvman Denney, rranras Heep, nelen Vandaveer, ieredlth Evans, JU8D1fB Marler h rd Rcw Glady Me,er, rlfrerce f8110T, June Kebert, Bernefta Vantrease, nvelyn Creamer, nary Alxce Reece 1 ' ' I I W H , I : 1, A od .' 'U ' -1 v Q J X X' 4 ' 1 ,I 1 ' K a , Q VJ . 5 ' f I., X, X Q1 vi . ,ei 4 'f' fy 'Q' ,go-114---1 -' A , .. . , . , . , . . ,,. . - , . . - . .. ., . , . . ng Q J' f' . .' , i Zan ss. cg d F : e ts cis . 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H , 4 I . . . gfue riang e lb? new Ninth urade lriangle rirst Row Left to Right lreas Mltzl Llam, Pres Barbara Nooney, Sec Betty McLane, Dorothy Wolfe, Joan Depuy, Jackie Moore, Betty Cole, Ruth Knoles, Ada McClure Second Row Wanda Dixon, Peggy Williams, Wilma Partington, LaVonne Willard, Carol Smith, Dawn Whitcomb, Leona Marler, Laverne Willard, Leila Halbrook, Patricia Myers Third Row Pearl Grossman Betty Cutainger, Helen Harvey, Twyla Ivy, Shirley Allen, Karen Talley, Sibyl Showers, Ann Pendleton, Irene Smalley Fourth Row Bertha Murken,Peggy Dickens,Carmita Watkins, Esther Ritz Grace Ellen Phillips, Maxine Lour, Darlene Toomey, Darlene renner, Leta Buttsfvice Pres Martha Jane Heywoodj ---rf Eighth orade lriangle F1rst Row,Left to Right President Nelda Parret, secretary Aarjor1e Compton, Vice President Patty Ross, Avola Betts, Bonnle Johnston, Barbara Lance, Thelma Black, Charlene Watson, Frances Ldge Second Row Patti Jo Bata, Virginla Bauder, Myreta Dickens, Thelma Huser, Mary Murken, Mary Larcon, Barbara Talley, Barbara Eempleton Third now Sally Bunger, Janis king, Marie hltterman, Anna Mae Fuqua, uenalee L1ndsay, Loma Barks, Donna Mason Fourth How Carolyn Sprague, uayle K1llion, Mary V1rg1n a Prbe, Lois Ball, Bet Ellxott, na vas Bevens flreasurer Sheila Klockb QC Seventh Grade Row Left to Right Margaret Brockman, Jay, Rosemary Calvert, Treasurer-Joan Jordan, Vice Presldent Alene Bringle, Secretary Marilyn Curt, Presldent-Jacqueline Grubbs Second Row Alice Jones, Donna Jean Pace, Joan Burns, Juanita Weaver, Winnie Vantrease, Norma Webb, Jolene Hedrick, Daan Sco iield, Patricia Jensen, Lois Steele Thlrd Row Anna Laverty, Evelyn Hagler, Patsy Lowry, Dorls McLane, Shlrley Rakestraw, Nancy Tucker, Doris Butts, Patricia renner, Barbara Ann noi! fourth Row Patricia Bolinger, Mary Bess Stephens, Mav1s herah, Marxlyn rrazier, Eleanor Scott, Barbara Benjamin, Dixie Lee Shepherd, Connie nedrick, Helen Elllott 1 4 ' 2 ' n . . 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' : '- , .. . . - 1 : ., . - L . . an que an Gave! tirst to Right Betty J oe Lorbeer-Secretary, Nor-me Lee Thompson President, Helen Irene hndeveer, Dorothy Horner, Belle Geiser Second Row Dale Cunningham, Franke Crawford, Meredith hens, Peggy Anderson, Betty Benjamin, Allyn Browne Third Row lr Roten, Dorene Edwards, B111 Rogers, Doris Sweeney, Sem Robson Not pictured Dorothy Adell, Evelyn Creamer, Louise Creamer i lesque and Gavel in lleodeshe High School dates from January 16, 191.1 2' 'J On that dey was established e charter chapter of this recognition society for lllll promotion of speech for use lembers pledge steady and consistent improvement in their use of oral American English in classroom and in school and community activities, end cooperation with civic groups to further e better school community relationship lasque and Gavel members form the nucleus of Reodeshe High School speech and drematics work PLA! C531 'MURDER Ill REHEABSAL' - BB -on-fvvvf' :wifi 461 J gov-I First Row Left to Right llr Roten, Betty Joe Lorbeer, Norma Lee Thompson, Nad1ne,Z111ner, Dorris Ettya Moore, Joe Eaton Back Row Sam Robson, leredith Evans, B111 Rogers, Peggy Anderson, Donald Jacoby Not pictured Leon Simpson, Dorothy Adell, Don Morgan c 5 3 - , . . 2 . . . . a nim ' I ' ' -.- ' , ,U . i I p ,ii I -qv , I 'r,- Ffii ' ' f 2 4' U! gf I f 3" 4 ' 'X wxy, jg' ' A ,, h ,ft ' 4 55 ,, ,- 1 "rm 3 .lffu , . ,, x p 0, ...- if 9 1 f fl I e R ' 1 ' .. ' 4 V+, 1 31' ' Q T, I I A .. A g , ' . Q, cm rxNN67 :,u, If Cheerleaders Left to hight I Evans, S Robson, N Thompson, U Cun ningham Front Row D Edwards, J Iarler, I Morrison, D Sweeney, "' l B Lorbeer, L Smalley, C Geiser, F Ianess Second Row N Zillner, .-. B Decker, I Van Buren, V Hoobler, H Vandaveer, D Horner, L Brad field, J Parret, H Smith Third Ro! Iiss Archer, S Sheldon, W Harvey, D Adell, N Cook, G Brown, lisa McLaren Back Row Y Crawf Shoemaker, H Cooper bU'll0I' ,Q Cu fi "' "i5' K-.rf QL. Cheerleaders Left to Right LaVonne Willard, W Partington P Williams, Laverne Willard Seated lisa Punphrey,J Heywood, B IcLean, L Halbrook First Row F Edge, P Ross, I Dickens, B Goff,D IcLean J Grubbs, S Rackstrav, A Bringle, R Calvert, P Jensen, D Scofield Second Row I Tucker J Upshaw, B Benjamin, I Curt, I Shipley, D Wolfe, J Jordan, W Plumleigh Third Row E Haggler, I Webb R Knoles, P Betta, L Ball, D Sheppard, I Stephens, S Ru ger, N Parret, S Crumley Fourth Rows D Toomey, D Hoff, L Iarler, G Killian, V Baader, A Icclure Back Row I Hersh, P Bollnger P Iyers, G Phillips, I Lour, H Harvey, I Elan, T Ivy 'F 33 I Q J' . I f , 1 , , .ff , i - J, AWN: 1, , ,.,,i I 2 XXX - : . . . . - ig: - ,K ' ' 2 I - W ? Q 5 I i 0 R 9 .lx It e u l D S , -I 5 ' E . K i -4, ,Q 1 ', X 2, . , K' A ' a, 3 W .N W . X1 J .K an lg" .B B ,. - ' 3 A K. Q 'elf ' ' b 'RW , Q 13, f- , .-. x i. 'vi I W wi, BV ' . if , I. . 5 , fdxmry l 'ax L.. . A in A - I . , . . 3 , . . . . . . . : . , . , . . . . . . . . . -,....,,- ' , , f xx 'f I, I x V f., 'U W- MLC' mf, -au.. if ..,.f MIXED CHORUS 0 X SENIOR SEXTETTk Y' Q f 1 I W0"5 an HWS Twirlers Martha Jane Heywood, Laverne illard, Don ld Jacoby Qurum Magorj, Lavonne Willard, Peggy Williams rirst Row Left to Rmght Mr Bevan, Joe Eaton, Betty McLane, Loran Denney, Lella Halbrook, Rush Evans, dr De Albani Second Row Donald Lee, Carl McLane, Roger Bry son, Floyd Mcuinnis, Ronnie Mills, Billy Ellisor Third Row Tommy Pearson, Wilma Parting ton, Dorothy Wolfe, Jimmy McKee, Jimmy Ellisor Fourth Row Jay Lee Allen, Charles O'Hara, Ronald watson, Carmlta Watkins, Harold Bevan, Carolyn Sprague, Ada McClure rifth Row Char les McConnell, Richard Kingston, Walter Ford som-Iomonn I l ' - L.. Loft to Right: Bu Cook, Parrot, L Bradfiold, B Felter, H Smith, S laaon BOYS QUARHH HHUOR Clark Smith Edwin Worley rirst Row B holland, L. Baudor, V Deunsy, W Har layne langue Joe Soudder voy. Back Ron Pbhoemakor, Lllrmw, S.Sho1dm 1 1 A 1 ia ' r Q ' fi? l . ' ' fu 'j . 5 - rf- .-yur 'el 4 . 5 , . ' A ' ' NA ' r wife " V f ff , ,gi - ,. , I W U ' A ' U ' I . ' ' - X ' I . ' I - - . - , , - 57 ' ' ll - rr 'I ' h I 4 Q 1 ' 'T J ' I, 5 2 . 1 5 1: J ' J. . - . . - - 4 ,QI L B I E Q E 'x r T v - V V 1 fi v I fs' In ,, eff ei' 1 ' . ea ' :S J " 1 nl: Seated Left to Right B Ellisor, L McConnell, D Wolfe, H BGVIH, U Heywood, B Hutton, B McLane, T Pearson, b Grumley, J Allen, D Lee, P Beta, C Sprague, R Watson, G Phillips, L Noel, F Mcuinnis, G Cook, C McLane, C O'Hara, R Evans, R Mills, J Ellisor, D King ston, B Rottler Standing Left to Right L Halbrook W P rtingf-OH, UT D951-bani, M 517300 A Mcclure, J King, P Wllliams, L Denney, lr Bevan ,LIQA 3400! mwd IPI! Front Row Lett to Right Doris Cook, Helen Irene Vendaveer, Pat Lewellen, Dorris Ettya Moore Back Row Miss Hunter, Meledi+h Greer, Bill Rogers, Helen Steele The High School News is published each week in the town papers by the senior English class lhe staff, under the direction of Kiss Grace Hunter, writes about L5 inches of material weekly and its section in the papers has become e well established department lhe Neodesha Reglster, the Neodesha News, and the Neodesha Daily Sun, except for the time it suspended publication during the lsr, have been generous in providing space for the High School News Al- - -D --.- l e it l.- M L If lib . I- a w K i ' ,' ' a I 1 W - " 9 4 fi' -' A 1 - l f Q ' " l l Mi . K ,- . .4 : .Q 47 , 3 , , a 17 'x F' ,L mv I ' F3 ....:.. 1 Q,- I .. ,Q- A 5- . . , a - A f I 1 x 1 'r- ' - 'vw 5 , .ie . 1-1 .s x . xg, . 1 M9"t L r 4. ,., -Mb . .-6 Q . 1 . .,,. Q , ,1 ,.. ,, .A v . ,ku f v-., , f rsh. f w 5 Q. q ., 'ww V. i , . ,W A ' r 6 1 ,,a.., . joofgaf 'fr sir xiii? -AM? ,sql , ik sz-U0 ar X aww' Msrsisfwfiff W VARSITY LINE UP ggEtRow left to right Coach Classen, Dean Nunn, Jack Thomas, Jack Smith, Bill Williams om Row Jack Oliver, Edwin Worley, Clark Sm1th, Harold Lee, Bd Roeson, Jack Sharp, Max Wilson FOOTBALL SOUAD First Row left to right: Bob Rosson, Max W11son, Harold Les, Clark Smith, Edwin Worley, Jack Sharp, Jack Thomas, Jack Smith, Bill Williams, Dean Nunn, Ed Rosson, Coach Classen. Second Row: Vernon Carter, Bill Fuqua, Alan Casebourn, Charles Schnetzlor, Joe Scudder, Jack Oliver, Jim y Speer, Fred Erbe, Leo Blevins, Victor Vickers, Ray Saker. Third Row: Rush Evans, Lyle Creamer, Don Justice, Glenard Schuman, Bill Hansen, Don Might, Norvin Schuman, Bill Hutton, Charles McConnell, Arlie Lakey, Wayne Harvey 1 X ' Q.. N . , ' If I ?f-lk. 3 , , ,J ,. ,I S255 '- ' 1 ' J! r J 1 S udini! 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I 4 J l '-I ,, I ii 'p1.,, " D fa S: V I Wx X in ag' " ' 4 Q. ,L A , ,4,,, Z, ah ,- g A . S J- v - I Ll LL, 4 gal, 1 1 C I 53 h 4 l 4 ng , I , Q Q- Q 4 M . I - F' . . --.mia I , M ' I h - g L- .. 'AV N Ss its I, RF., f .Z' x ' ll L.L'W" 3 Sai fe V eq '- W , ' gan' A ' ' -71' ' S . Q . X53 . 1 or ' V no - - - K 3 guy ll,' f 1 'RMK 'S I md' 'M un in mafia? VARSITY SQUAD Lett to Rlght Dean Nunn, Glennard Schuman, Kenneth Swindler, Edward Rosson, Charles Schnetzier, Jack Smith, Victor Vickers, B111 Williams, Jack Oliver, Max Wilson, Coach Classen FRESHMAN SQUAD Left to Right: Standing: Norvin Schuman, Chas. McConnell, Bill Hansen, Wayne Harvey, Marvin Shoop, Coach Ciassen. Seated: Bill Hutton, Rush Evans, Don Hight, Lyla Dreamer, Arlie Lakey lakh l wanna Vic Vickers ack Smith lax lilson B111 Williams Co-Captain Co captain SEASON'S RECORD +Neodesha Neodesha Neodesha rNeodesha 4Neodeaha Neodesha Neodesha lNeodesha Neodesha iNeodeaha +Neodesha +Neodesha Reodesha Neodesha +League Games Burlington Independence Fredonia Yates Center Garnett Cherryvale Chanute Humbolt Independence Eureka Fredonia Cherryvale Chanute Caney D083 Nllhh Chas Schnetzler BASKETBALL SOUAD Front Row Left to Right. Glennard Schuman, Jack Oliver, Charles Schnetzler, Jack Smlth, Max l'1son, Bill Williams, Victor Vickers, Edvard Rosson, Dean Nunn, Kenneth Swindler. Second Row: Coach Classen, Aaron Bryant, Wayne Harvey, Arl1e Lakey, Lyle Creamer, Bill Hutton, Charles McConnell, Donald Hight, Norvln Schuman, Bill Hanson, Marvln Shoop, Rush Evans.Th1rd Row. Bill ruqua, J.D. Zillner, Leo Vlevens, Richard Fuqua, Ronald Mills, Dean Denney,A1an Caaebourn, James Lasswell, Vernon Carter, Donald Just1ce,Donald Vickers, Don Morgan. .0 V' - s V I Q 4 M- , I Q A of lawns: ' 5 an V i .w -sa- Wa W' new lf Neodesha 2A Altamont 23 5 , l 33 29 LL LO M 43 33 L6 L1 ' 53 39 52 29 38 56 4 40 34 27 34 35 41 30 51 .., 50 38 36 1.3 58 21 J - . fm 51W Jack Thomas --... 3. ",. A,g. . Ah pl.-.... 'inf-f , Q A , "- Clark Smith Charles Schnetzler 1 ' V" x - ' .. ., .- "" .Qs-. ' f.,.....f'. Jack Oliver x , . r Bi -' wifi? k Aifk 'Ll' E'57m.W m' K... :.'...., 1r':..:' 'A-' :-"3-'-'.f.5rf-2'.::g-es:H:g'ae'T-f'a.z-:'-"El.'2f-:.f L -'E:.-2-gag--mn-rgxm:a.":' " if - W4 It uf: - .a -, x M -awww' Q . h - - ' ' g fx v I , ,R , V ' '1 ,A,,. 4" !,1g',fa' k ,J 1 MH, '-4. Q Captain Ed Worley 1 5 I Kenneth Pittman Jack Smith W-ali ::: 2:9- !::5g?g"fi 'V H A K X if l A . F31 4' , X Y ,xg i f 2: Sky' YE x . "'.u.l,," ' U, 1 Y xsn u V Glenard Schuman--Vernon Carter f J, if f, iv X Freshman Squad ..,,,. ., .1 ,--. -fe 4 Jack Thomas Dean Nunn Bob Rosson--Lloyd swmdler Jack Ollvvf . r .if '98 t -vs 1 Q A Q if If SM In IN Aol A0 SENXOR HXG!-I SUHOOZ THE BEST CITIZEN Q X ' by Patricia Lewellen Jay Lee Allen THE BEST SPORT , 2 F . ! X Joan Parret Victor Vickers THE MOST COURTEDUS STUDENT I .' 0 . 33 wa' 34 J T: Dorothy Horner Bill Jensen THE MOST INDUSTRIOUS STUDENT ' yi QWMT wff ' . 4 m.5 E T 2' il A T 4 Yvonne Morrow pau1 Decker JUIVXOP H167-! SCHOOL THE BEST CITIZEN Martha Jane Heywood Norvin Schuman THE BEST SPORT -E-I , ' by ' . ig ,T ll J Peggy Williams Rush Evans THE MOST COURTEDUS STUDENT -IO Q Betty McLane Sam Van Rheen THE MOST INDUSTRIOUS STUDENT Q -ll T' 5 ,,: ali' J Tx H 2' ' . ow , ' 1 Thelmh Huser Charles McConnell M0 Airosol Inc. Alexander Tire Service Sfrea L 005t0l'5 American Legion Seward-Ayars Post No. 16 American Service Co. Bates Pharmacy Baxter Lumber and Mercantile Co. Ben Franklin Store Bert Ally Motor Co Beulah Kile's Ready-to-Hear Bi1l's Motor Service Bright Spot Cafe Bynum's Store Cafe Marea Consolidated Gas Utilities Corporation Cook's Service Station and Coal Co Cooper Insurance Agency C W Nooney Service Station Don Phillips Douglas Truck and Transfer Service Downing's Market Dr S Riley King Dr W C Gausman, Dentist Edwards Home Appliances F A Moorhead, M D Firestone Store fu T Bight! Food lown Super Market Forrest Fink Auto Repair Fourth Street Produce Gentry Shoe Co George T Kile, Optometrist Globe Clothing Co Green Lentern Lunch Klock Theatre L. lillison Insurance and Real Betate Lewis Drug Store Lines Electric Co. Loren Fawcett Gift and China Shop Lorbeer Motors Mcleel Shoe Shop Mills Grill Murray Cleaners Myer's Drug Store Neodesha Auto Supply Neodesha Building G Loan Association Neodesha Chamber of Commerce Neodesha Cleaners Neodesha Creamery Co Neodesha Recreation Neodesha Register Neodesha Tractor and Imp Co O E Woods Lumber Co nloods for Lumber Ogdens Jewelry Rath's Hardware Ray's Bakery Rector's Tire Shop Clour O K Rubber Welderj Roy R Noel Semco Color Press Sephrona Beauty Salon Phone 922 Shacklett Hatchery and Produce Shaffer Motor Co Southeast Kansas Furniture Co Stafford's Standard Oil to flndianaj Stevens Texaco Service Green's One-Stop Service Louis-San Francisco Railway Co Hadley Jewelry Store The C R Calvert Co Hefley's Studio The First National Bank of leodesha Bunter's Food Store The Modern Store Ideal Cafe Clr 6 Mrs Earl McGinnis! The Neodesha News Jones Brothers Grocery The W J Small Co .nc Kelley Hotel Kimball Electric Shop Tracy rloral Co W S Smith Grain and Feed Co To the above named loyal boosters of the Blue Streak, we wish to express the deep appreciation of the student body of Neodesha High School Through your support, Ie have brought again to our school a yearbook, after a lapse of twenty one years le hope that this completed yearbook is oi such quality as to merit the splendid cooperation you have The Annual Staff sf! 40 at gl in ll St. . . . Q given to us. Again, we say, MANY THANKS. ' X ccay, .. 5' A .a ,f of ,ff he w.. 'i . J. f Q - 1 U? sf' , ww ef 1 .1 . lv' If V. J ,V , 4. x V 4 ' , 7 ,, . V L' K, ' n Af 47 J, 3 X , mXJ1J QV A,-, MN f-Q FX W Q, 61 If K I VV,-N 9, x KVM ' 1 qw ' W J . v , 5 f , IIQA K f U wx I ' " 1, 'X ,- w m W. X fy dj I Y' 'ku X N 4, . ,J 4: J X51 Tj Nj X X xx ff ' tx? Q , " I Y Ji Q :Sf VA V. 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