Neosho High School - Wild Cat Yearbook (Neosho, MO)

 - Class of 1951

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J a net Burch Vice President --------..-..-.--. ---..--- L inda Kyle Vice President -.-------.................. Marilyn Rouse Secretary --------.------------------------ Gary Baker Secretary ---------------- .---.-------...- G ary Higdon SENIORS 'J' -'O' T 1- ADAMS DON FFA I 2 3 Boxmg 2 4 ADAMS JANET ANDERSON JAMES-Natnonal Honor Socnety 3 4 Football 3 4 Lahn Club 2 3 4 THE WlLDCAT4 Pep Club 4 ADAMS PA Track 3 4 Student Counctl 2 AYTES MARGARET Pep Club CIA Bandl 2 h c estra l 2 3 Pe 4 Latm Club 2 3 4 Chorus2 3 J' -'YB 'G' 4' BALL EDNA-Orchestra 2 rac A l 2 4 Choru 3 4 BETTS JOHN LEE FFA l 3 4 F FA Secretary 4 BOYD JUNIOR Football l 2 3 4 Chorus 3 FHA l BERRY ILA Tenms 2 3 4 Latm Cub BRASIOLA TOMMY T lc ani is-I YT? 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' I . . I l I I I I I I ' I 1- I I I I I 1 - 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 fig 1 4 ,, y '41, 1 " X . 1 . 'V U-' , T L - .mb Q 1 ' " , V 4 A I "fe 1 - I. A 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - 1 - ' 1 1 1 ' - I I . ' 1 . . ' ' I I I I I I ' I T ' ' ' I I I I I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 2 1 - 1 - . 1 z ' . 1 - 25 ' .ws """ 'aes fwf- Q sir T su--rqf ..-,- wwf io, 1 RHODE FLORENCE RISLEY ROY Basketball 3 4 ROBERTS Meow 2 3 4 Natuonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Junior Play 3 May GENE Bandl 2 3 4 THE WILDCAT 3 4 Student Councvl I Queen Attendant 3 Junnor Steenng Committee 3 ROGERS FFA 3 Drum Major 4 ROBINSON CATHERINE Wildcats MARVIN FFA I P' 7-"g.::. fan-use-7 f--""' IS? "'l""" Qu Q'-'v 4 W '-or M I 1--j Iwiuvf Nur' MWA. ll ROLLER ROBERT Football 2 3 4 N Club 2 3 4 Latnn Club BARBARA--Chorus 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 F H A I 2 ep 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 THE WILDCAT 3 4 ROY LOREN Club I 2 WILDCAT Candudate 4 SHELLENBERGER FRED- F F A 2 3 4 SCHULER FRANK F F A 2 3 4 SEVERS Boxung 3 4 3 :amen Wgf 1545? W --f T' 'ET 'W T' 'Ji df- SHUEY VERA THE WILDCAT 4 Class Offucer 4 Pep Club I FRANK SPRENKLE EUGENE Boxing 3 4 Student Councul I 2 3 4 Spanish Club I 2 3 4 Student Councll 4 SKELTON Spanish Club I SPRENKLE JOHN Football 3 Student Coun JO ANN P p Club 4 F H A I Chorus 2 3 4 SIMPKINS cll 4 Track 3 Boxing 3 4 gh- Q4 ns- 22' Imax W, vs? fu.: 11:7 E 'T7 VX., 'sv I T' ...I v,..fl g STAFFORD KENNETH Tennis 3 4 THE WILDCAT 4 Chorus STILES RICHARD Student Councnl 2 3 4 Spanlsh Club 3 4 Spanlsh Club2 3 4 B1ologyClub2 3 4 STARK MAX Band I 2 3 STRATTON DON Tenms I 2 3 4 Football I Chorus3 4 Boys Quartet4 FFA 2 Footballl 2 3 Wuldcats d 3 4 Trac I N Clu Meow 4 STANDEFER DOROTHY Band 2 3 4 FHA 4 26 ,N ,f e I m xt Q' W W I1 ,445 I- I x , il T' 0 'H' 'Il L. , ' X Q? 'Y ' 4 I L . 'TW' L J X ' . , F 1: ..-f Q Y L I A I ,X ,. .g if . 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'f 'A ' , ' " ' L W' X I T rf 1 .. , - ' , : : , - ' , , : ' 3, 4: I I ,j ' I I I 1 5 Il., , JI' -7 2,3,4QBQn'1,2,,g' ki b4., Il I 4-314 QQ Y ef' 2 TESTERMAN GARY Football 2 3 4 T k 2 rac 3 4 N Club Track 2 3 4 VESPER CAROL Spamsh Club 2 3 4 Thespuan 3 4 Chorus4 Junuor Play3 THOMAS DOROTHEA Pep Club Cl b 3 u 4 Chorus 3 4 .lunnor Plav 4 Wildcats Meow 2 3 4 Football Attendant 2 THE WILDCAT 4 Spam h Cl b s u WALKER ANNA Student Councnl4 FHA I 4 Pep Clubl 4 2 3 WILDCAT Candidate 4 VAN DORN JOE FFA I 2 Lubrarranl Chorus 3 4 mm? 4 WALKER JOYCE FHA 4 WELCH CHARLES-Football I Chorus 3 4 WELDON THOMAS-StudentCounc1l I 3 Buolo y Q Club 2 3 WHITEHEAD BARBARA-Chorus 2 4 Natnonal .gl- -or .4 Steermg Commnttee 3 WILLIAMS LOWELL Football 3 4 Track 3 4 Golf 3 4 Student Councul 4 N Club 4 4, 1 C0 A WILSON FRANKLIN Band l 2 3 4 THE WILDCAT Chorus 2 3 4 WILSON RAYMOND-FFA I 2 3 WOLF Student Council 4 Spanlsh Club 2 3 4 Pep Club I 2 3 ENBARGER JOAN Pep Club l 2 3 4 Lahn Club 2 3 4 WILSON BOB WILSON JACKIE FH A 'I Pep Club 2 Natlonal Honor Society 3 4 THE WILDCAT4 Offlce ASSISTBHT 3 WITHOUT PICTURES Pat Easley Florence Housden 27 .I A, ... P 3 ' in ,I - sf- l.. A4 m W. ' A -' J' ,::..f W 'Q ' 4 Q 5 u , , 2 I ' ' V , - , 1 U ,I 5 ' 5 'I l' I 4. I v, -Q. K , :Ii-I tA" f S R 3 I A - ' HE- -. ' S" I --. Q Q I A - 3 , -- . . . . , , Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 27 Wildcat's Meow 45 Junior 2, 3, 47 N Club 3, 45 Thespian Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 ' ' , , - , 7 I F V in , - , . , : 3, 4: , , . , . . . , , . ' - ' 1 ' , , 2 , , , 4. , - , , , : ' , , : , . , -. . . : , 3: ' ' , 1 2 ' ' . l n A C, nh 55.1- x A '-4 5 uit -5 'Q 4. . , rv 'f-.QTL Q del as Fa-'y Y C' -36' '86 nw'- l"'i Y 'qua-f K 'K le ry James Gave f-:fr Ble ns Ve a Bo Ma y Lo B dges Thel a -'Y' Broady Bro n Le Don sf 'ET' nch Man Ile Bur Mary Ruth B zu d Be erly 15' as Ca nes Bob Ch :ha Rchard Churchwell Joyce 29 JUNIORS A'd Cal Aderso By Ba e Bebee e I W' Y Ma aaet Wb S V fl ' nv K iff fx' 'M x 1 6' 5? ' ' t aww- in T X 5. Ab"'x as 4-" 'U' l ,., ,wc 3 4"7 f,....,, fv- Ev' A 'Q' if Ehrlnch Walter Eldred Jane Erwm Howard Freund Henry Fry Betty .lean Gage Lawrence Gerhard Plnllap Grlltrap Alnce Gllatrap Plullne Golueen Robert Gauge Junior Grandon Keith A fp? Y""? 6 Cleaver, Dick Conrad, George Cope, Harold Cox Lowell Dale Wllrna Damels Donna Damels Naomi Davns Judy I nie, '29 sv' hu.. dim ,Q-fl: e Peggy QQ 'rl ,W 'hi if A -N IS , an " R 0' Greer Gary t,,.,, Grlffm Johnny Mae Halley Jerry 'ir lxz 44", rf 53 3- K t Hammer Davld C' Q.. Harper Elmer -4 Harper Jerald I 4 :Q-A Hams ivy KY Donald Hafler Pal' Hawluns Lloyd '-iff? l' Heerwald Wnlhelmnne Aff 1-Q5 , Henry David Herrm Rebbecca Huckman oe 4 i Hlggs Dwayne Hmes Madma Insco Sandra QP' lrwm Margaret N7 Israel Jackson Wayne s- .lanuary Norma 1 Jeffers Eldon U X 31 4,,,. T ca V 'V ' 2 lt ' Lv , 4Qi - W QA ' .I f ,fx " K , I isa. , Hi X :E ' 5 V ' TQ ',l ,s ,Q D , , . Ai Il, I I I X J f W A, ss: .Q I l v .I 'Ta , ' ' ' , I Z Q KJ D' ' K 1A N I 1 ' ' " 1 -F Q' Q .I if 'J' 8 jk- h v,-x . l, , ' ws? , l Q in :Que 17' f 8 , r 4 ' ' . . ' lin QM' 5' . Y .fl I 'ur' , Q r 'K Y ,W r ,Jim I K A qt? , lf ' A' K . I L., H . 1, . 1:- f I Leonard Joan Lodl Phyllla McCrnte Paula Mcllvame Eva Mckeynolda Mary Macy Hubert Mason Pat Mason Pauline Moore Cloyd Moore Peggy Morgan Phylln Nafua Robert Johnson Ernest 'Y' Jones Jean 'mr i N. - Keelmg Bonnue Jones Tommy Knllnngsworth Bob Lawrence Herbert 'a 6' Lawson Barbara mg Leadford Jewel ' Lehar Buddy Af 'ILCS' 1-,, Af? 3 7-4 'Y-av '35 'T 'iv' '-Z 44' Y- f i A 1 4, 3 ni 'U' Neece Kenneth 'Nw Neece Wayne ' Newdlgger Charlene 6 fv I 5 Oxford Geraldnne Parsons Bull Pllkenton Floyd ' v -' L 'H Prater David 'T J 'fkx X Reed Alice Sue M Reed Evereh wi Rontfro Nancy Reynolds Leiter Richards Donna .fd Ui ,,. Rion Wilma Rixloy Maxine Roberts Richard 'T' Roy Delores on Sandor! Jo ,N- Slurp Sue Shelton Mako 33 Radclrlfe Anna Redmg Herbert T' ,ao 'T' 115 Nc 3? I I3 T - - T ' I 'gg 1 V r 1 . M y I C' . .' X, 1 . '1 il 5 ' 'V'-fir: 2 1 5.-.se -X-A -, f im K Ml' "' I' 9 V .I 1 f ' Q.- ' K rl' K! . xy y rm? ' ' X VV -L '-. v . ' f' " as , Q, N pl ' l 1' 0 e ' ' Q,,.? x ' 1 'fr r 2 ' ' ' 4 ne gg " 5-v 'C l -- , I r A "' -.- 'l sr , ,, I Q' O za' r X. ' ur f X fe e I s ,I , 's"N, A ,- L' ' I I . C' .. .. .nl XI ' lf- 5 . , 5 Q :a C fl' " ' ' 4:-if, Kg I . li IL 1 t I 33 Q Ward Bob Weems Mona rut Warren Bernrce Shlelds Alfred Slnllmg Clarence Shullmg June Shuey Evelyn Srnnth Norma Lou Souders Jeannette -qv Standefer Clnquuta Stone Thednal Teagarden Janet 96 A Thogmartm lla Dean im- 1 vn- g-3, Tuggle Danme ,1- Van Dorn Mane 1- G- W 'fb- Warden Sharon : if ZX A-2 Tuggle Mable "5 4' 0565. rv? 4-qw Wrlson Charles Wulson Ronald Wnnchester Dorene Wolfenbarger, Marvin Wyatt, Louva Yette NOT PICTURED Nimx, Betty Roy, Evelyn r, Betty Lou ir'-r 'i 'wg- QI llll 'ia u -f N x 4 gig 'T y Q5 Ab . a we 1 3 E f nv f"l" 4,4 'uv :7 'Nav '1- Ikq! em, 2 'J AX fr'-1'1" widvf Q-ur' L1 I l. 4091 T- R'--Q-1 A ""'ff? mmm 'D' Q W B dges Yle e 'vs Books Geog ,Q My Baee 'Y SOPHOMDRES s Thel a Ayres E Ba d W II x Bal la G ge De Bates Ala Becknell Lyle Be y W a Blythe Boyd Joy An Badsha Je y 3451? B 'N 3' -ix sk? an M BuosLaDea in-an.. '57 "" T, Bush eye Zoe if Ha JoA 1.5. , "'5'. Cald ell T yla mf Callaha Do f" 'F Ca de Gle V Q 5 I I 3 Adams, June A-. C ' 4, 4 K X K, W- I K., Andrew , H1 1 Yi!! 1 ' , mmltt Q , V, R, i' I i i . E. N ' - 3 L y M Y K Q V v , e , nn r , N . ,, ' - . Y , Ball, nzil 6 --' si' Q .::. 3 -f .. Qi--- R ,.- ' . n f ref N' , Hg f A-' ff' 'FQ yy? Q' 'I lm rr, ilm ,,,, - if xv, 4 ' , Tommy ,,.,A Y r w, rr W Q S 1 ,i , .. A, ,N 3, ,J N, ,lg Brock, Eulice fbi gl 'N 'N pl f , H' . -X 1 A W 'A xl r , r e B 'M xl -.f uill' , L , B H B " , L, ' y im, Y ""'y ' ilk " i -,4i - -N I I Burk, J k ll Q 4' -. ., ' '- . s ' "" "' f Burr, axlne P -J rr w , ll li 'bm N K ' :yy ' lu m r' , f K ,, EF V i Ca il, nn ' ' I I 1, I li W I W Y "3 .Q -'v- sy A ll, ll , w Nr 'A r , r n, nn ly' V V X 1 , 1 B' 35 41:-Qu -Sam 516 "":-x fb. 20 4' -198' l 4 .s X i L. Cummins Barbara Daugherty Jam Daugherty Mary Ruth Davldson Shirley Davis Ferrall Day Jackie Delano La Velle Dlxon Monty Drake Norman L , Dunkle Te hr Epperson Jeannone Eunt Carol Grace Carlln David flu Nh Carney Carol '5' Carver Ronald Chancellor Elaune -vi Chaney Joseph Clement Darlene Q---y Cook Lee 'Q' ra blree Loral ne I? 45, C Cramer George Cope Kenneth "" Crowe am gill UI 731 4-X 36 Crurnbluss Georgla an wife' . A 'C 6. I' ' Q QI? r D r N D C 9 w ' . D -s I ,L 4 1 ' x K' ,, Y' -f- ' A y T X Q ""' , , L Q 1 51' 'C Ks H, V , me f - , A CI! Y , D , . I . M- , 0 V .. C . . x 0' L Hkfsllggzy if J if I I . rs A 0' , "' ' 'ff' v- h I :A ks . , 'N Alqs s, sa I I c ' , vi Q r ' . n V '-'ff 4 x D Q ' V 1 Al ' . 1 I f N if ' , in Z ,nv -If ag-fr'-r Harvel James ,35- Hashngs Arthur Heerwald Gretchen Herrin Nettle Hildebrand Barbara Hobbs Ron Hudson Deloris Hosfield Betty Lou Houchen Carol Lee Hurlburt Bill Jackson Lindy Jeffries Marie 4350 2 Q4 if fvu. -N.. if Y' 540' V NJ! 37 W1 Farney Mary Jane Fisher Dorothy Foster Bobby Gardner Carolyn Glass Bernice Frmnger Gene Goswrck Lois Grant Wesley Guppy Richard Griffin Barbara Haas Glenna Harrington Martha 'VW' 'lag 'iw' I-1'-1' . 1 w 5' I, 1-Q. f 'UL T' .151 ., '22 'P An Johnson Burney ur' """"' oi kv Jones Slurley Kenable Charles Keelmg Melba 'fn gl ,ig 6 Krllmgswortll Blll nike gnu- Q 'SK' ,lk 137: ,aw 'Q x J Leluar Buddy Lrles .lulla km hs Lowrey Ellen Macy Ruchard I Ma rble Jerry rw 'Tv' Marble Rosemary J 1' 'Q Marks Dorothy Marhn Wayne Mahhewx Bruce 4 X McCreary Marvm A-My McGrane Jo Ann McNabb Davud : AL Kirby Marrlyn 'CM Krmbrough Laura Kmgry Donald Lamb Clmshna Laslter Bllly Q Lawson Joyce Lawson Treva lan.. B ,rs Nuvqtvvfx JK.. '33 vf V "TIT -.1 ,-"PK: W' wfhxfm , l I J f 5 -- 1: Qs N 1 g y 5, sf Y cs I ws, '-f , , ' 7' ' V ' 1 ,ff V fl ,V D f gt N?-W5 1 A K ' ' 3 H1 , X 1 l wkifgf ' r r x . . . H - Q- ,L A A D "o 1 ' .ng I ,, ev 53 4 ' se M A . ' "6 N., . 1 X ga ' 5 f , X .V , do Q- -fe si L H ,Y VV ek' gf' I -'vephg ,H-. x is-as " " 1 y , ' 1 l . lf' , M: 'Z-'nfl X 1 x ' . '-f 'J r C-- rs W ' x , A MA lit I K A'- ' r 2 L . f , I 1.5 r 7 , u K , n If I V f . , , V , I I , ...Q I mr' full 5 2 . V A wwf - x xv , V V at ,. X- 3 vs Y' :T Metcalf lla Jean '57 C' Xi 1' T as-f 4118 J fvg ,5 4112- -Q. Morse Davad ,Q 41 as ch Hi' I K at , M 'E' 3454 Prultt Lloyd Queener Patty Ramsay Hugh Reagan Carolyn Reeves Betty Rlchards Elza Rouse Teddy Sage Kenneth Severs Dorene Severs Vesta Nadme Showalter Eddne Skelton Dons -0- -mf an pear L 310 5- Mltts Marcla Mmto Nancy Mooneyham Jerry Noble T .I Noe Norma Lou Oliver Wendell aw Paul George Perry Nlna i Potter Betty .al XE-hi alll Prater Slurley '23 'sl sb T' li! Hey I no 'Rn-5 'ffrwi 'Eff La N., an 4541 your f,-,N Wantland Rosemary Warden Slurley Warner Anna Welsh Phylllx Westfall Russell Weston Marlon Whlteaoll Paul Whitman Darrell Wllllaml Bo Wnlllama Robert Woodward Joan Wyatt Bobby NOT PICTURED Dolmer Ezoll Fullerton .llm Lana, .lorry Rontro, Cloo Serltchflold, Lota anvil www, 'Es'- :Gi Slankard Cynthna Smnth Amta Souders Peggy Sprenger Herman Staub Dean Standefer Lester Stewart Nancy Swlft Jane Tarrant Jlm Thomas Earl ""'W Thurman Dean Vnney John Wallace Della .l..A ps 'Duff NINTH GRADE FIRST ROW: Abernathy, David, Altizer, Eddie, Anderson, Bobby, Anderson, Rhea Sue, Bacon, Robert, Bacon, Sam, Baker, Toby, Balch Jill, Ball, Nola Fern, Bazzell, Mildred, Bebee, Dale, Betts, Gene Blakeley, Claude, Jr., Boyd, Barbara. SECOND ROW: Boyer, Norma Bridges, Patty, Braughton, Leroy, Brown, Barbara, Brown, Keith, Burr, Betty, Bushner, Robert, Butler, Lee, Caldwell, David, Cantrell, Helen Churchwell, Marlene, Compton, Fred, Clark, Fred. THIRD ROW i Cook, Jean, Corneleson, Jesse, Couch, Doris, Crowe, Ann, Cushman, Martha, Dale, Beverly, Daniels, Delmer, Daniels, Jackie, Daniels, Pearlie, Daugherty, Marjorie, Davis, Beverly, Dixon, Veta. FOURTH ROW: Dolence, Glenn, Donaho, Bob, Douthitt, Nancy, Drew, Joy, Eaton, Jackie, Edens, Stanley, Embrey, Joan, Estep, Loretta, Fisher, Marjorie, Foster, Parker, Frahn, Marvin, Francisco, Beverly, Franks, Jeanalee, Fry, Harold. FIRST ROW: , y Gouge, Dickie, Giles, Edward, Grimsley, Mary Katherine, Guthrie, Richard, Hale, J. T., Haslep, Jeannie, Hawkins, Ferdinand, Hawkins, Francis, Hays, Sammy. SECOND ROW: Higginbotham, Rex, Hill, Jimmy, Hills, Darlene, Hood, Donna, Hood, Gerald, Hurst, Donna, Irvin, Douglas, Jackson, Artie, James, Betty, James, Robert, Jeffers, Jerry, Jeffers, Joe, Jennings, Faye, Jent, Maudie, THIRD ROW: Grandon Sall, Gray, Sue Ann, Gardner, Marilyn, FIRST ROW: Parker, Barbara, Pate, Edward, Patton, Kenneth, Pierce, Mary Lou, Philliber, John, Plemmons, Robert, Queener, Jimmy, Ramsey, Robert, Rentfro, Norma, Richardson, Ruth Ann, Robbins Shirley, Roberts, Darrell, Robinson, Beverly. SECOND ROW: Roy: Nancy, Ryno, Beverly, Sammons, James, Schweitzer, Jody, Scott, Donald, Sellers, Billy, Shields, Irene, Shuey, Lester, Simpkins, Betty' Skaggs, Ruth, Schmitt, Jerry. THIRD ROW: Snow, Robert, Snyder, NOT PICTURED Carson Bunch Larry Mead Arthur Harper 4.111 fs X. ,. SI I . ...gt Johnson, Bill, Johnson, Billy Dan, Kimbrough, Wilma, Knight, Bar- bara, Kraft, Carolyn, Kruse, Melvin, Kytle, Flora Beth, Lamb, Patty, Lemmons, Richard, Lynn, Radine, Lyster, Opal, Marble, Mariorie. FOURTH ROW: Martin, Joan, Maxwell, Donna, McBee, Betty, Mc- Creery, Gerald, Mclntyre, Sue, Mensch, Philip, Middleton, Jauenell, Millender, Billy, Mills, Alma Lou, Mitchell, Danny, Moore, Ruby, Nafus, Melba, Newdigger, JoAnn, Oliver, Shirley. Jim, Sprenkle, Elmer, Stiles, Bobby, Stauffer, Carolyn, Stewart, Car- olyn, Swim, Bob, Testerman, Janice, Turner, Shirley, Van Doran, Chester, Walker, Ralph. FOURTH ROW: Whitmus, Rosetta, Windes, Patty, Wilson, Betty, Wilson, Betty Jo, Wilson, Jack, Wilson, Shirley, Wilson, Vema, Wyatt, Juanita, Yerrington, Eva, Yetter, Patsy, Young, Helen. had Q V FIRST ROW: Adams, Bennie, Anderson, Judith, Baker, Gary, Ballen tine, Charles, Benge, Bobby: Brazeale, Sally, Brock, Melvin, Brown, Max, Burr, Carmen, Busch, Betty, Callahan, Melvin. SECOND ROW: Carver, Donald, Doz, Bobby, Christian, Ray, Collier, Adell, Conell I ,,,, 55 llw ..- Ill' gi -E' FIRST ROW: Goddard, Noline, Guy, Charles, Hale, Frances, Ham- mer, Larry, Harrington, Mary, Hoyt, Alice, Hoyt, Cecil, Huckfeldt, Mar'orie Huss Jere' Killin sworth Max' Knee Gloria' Kruse Gail I I f f Q I I 1 i i - SECOND ROW: Kyle, Linda, Lasiter, Myrna, Ledford, Harold, Long, FlRST ROW: Osborn, lla Gene, Osborn, Robert, Oxford, Ralph, Par molee, Charles, Pilkenton, Betty, Powell, Dixie, Pratt, Ruth, Reding Rose, Reed, Mary, Risley, Anna, Roberts, George, Roberts, Janice SECOND ROW: Roberson, Frank, Roller, Pearl, Ruddick, Billy Scritchtield, Frances, Severs, Franklin, Shuey, George, Skelton, Shir ik. f, i. 'ij I sag EIGHTH GRADE Carolie, Conell, Dean, Cox, Bonnie Lou, Cox, Connie Sue, Cushman Mary, Kent, Daniels, Daugherty, Ted, Day, Bobby. THIRD ROW Eads, Richards, Early, Mary, Easley, Joan, Ellis, Beverly, Erickson Larry, Rikes, Leo, Franks, Berry, Friend, llla. ,FH Helen, Lucas, Corina, Lucas, Josephine, McCart, June, McConnell Donna, McCreery, Donald, McCreery, Mildred, McFadyen, Elsie THIRD ROW: McFarland, Carol, McFlvaine, Phyllis, Mahaffey, Earl Moellenhoff, Elise, Mohler, Dixie, Brown, Keith. ley, Snow, Joan, Standefer, Nellie, Stilley, Bobby, Tanner, Drexal THIRD ROW: Teagarden, Geraldine, Thurman, Patricia, Tuggle Wayne, Upton, Rosalie, Walker, Rex, White, Karen, Whitehead Barbara, Yarrington, David, Young, Betty. NOT PICTURED Louise Winton Leroy Payton Gary Moore Ellen King 55 41 ff is I Dewey Nims Victor German Robert Gray Margaret Allinder y Ur SEVENTH GRADE - az' 1 EL FIRST ROW: Adams, Margaret, Allen, Kay Belle, Allison, Paul, An- derson, Ronald, Barley, Joe Bob, Barlow, Richard, Baron, Carlos, Bar- nett, Virgil, Bottorff, Carol, Brasiola, Eugene, Bryon, Delores, Burch, Janet. SECOND ROW: Burk, Jo Ann, Box, Gene Allen, CaHail, Di- ane, Caldwell, Tommy, Carter, Donald, Chancellor, Mary, Cotton, FQ .1 .v-on JIU Jimmy, Crosslin, Rochelle, Divine, Leo, Donoho, Judy, Douthitt, Jerry, THIRD ROW: Duncan, Donald, Dykes, Charles, Easley, Judy, Eaton, Barbara Jo, Evans, Robert, Fairchild, Donald, Francisco, Billy, Franks, Vincent, Freund, Mary Lou, Friend, Ronald, Friend, Teddy, Fry, D. J. FIRST ROW: Garner, Donna Jo, Garoutte, Barbara, Gerhard, Jackie, Gilstrap, Edith, Goddard, Carol Ann, Green, Carol Delores, Guy, Rob- ert, !-lall, Donald, Hammer, Rayma, Hatfield, Larry, Hays, Margie, Higdon, Gary, Hilton, Yvonne. SECOND ROW: Holland, Dale, Holz- hauer, Shirley, Horins, Lela May, Hutchings, David, Jackson, Mary Dean, Jackson, Shirley, Jackson, Wilma, Jaynes, Clifford, Keeling, FIRST ROW: Nims, Ruth, Noe, Harold, Otten, Barbara, Parsons, Betty, Pate, Karen, Patterson, Bobby, Payne, Judy, Powell, Edmon, Ramsey, Charles, Reynolds, John, Richardson, Bobby, Ripper, Glenda. SECOND ROW: Roberts, Judith, Roller, Billie, Rouse, Marilyn, Sage, Ronald, Sanders, Franklin, Severs, Carla, Sharp, Irma, Snow, Mar- Dale, Kelley, Gary, Kessinger, Jack, King, George, Knee, Nancy' Kruse, Darryl. THIRD ROW: Ledford, Gene, McFall, Jimmy, Mc- Grane, Betty, Mcllvane, James, Marble, Donna Rae, Marks, Billy Joe, Martin, Betty, Mason, Kenneth, Minto, James, Mitchell, Carolyn, Moore, Eliza, Moore, Janette, Mulkey, Joyce, Crump, Leroy. garet, Snow, Rosetta, Souders, Mary Lou, Standefer, Mary. THIRD ROW: Stark, Margaret, Stillions, Peggy, Summers, Mary Joyce, Taylor, Paul, Thomas, Sterling, Thompson, Jo, Toomoth, Fred, Webb, Ronald, Welcher, Deanie, Wyatt, Jackie Ray. NOT PICTURED Anderson, Wayne Martin, Jerry Owens, Ruth Jane Roberts, George Slycord, Sally Anita Spencer, Carole Sweringer, Annette Thomas, Johnny Weems, Gail Whitesell, John Wise, Darlene Wise, Delores Burrows, Mary Lou Cope, Gaylon PERSONALITV 2 Wwmxum BEST LOOKING Frances 0 Bruen Bob Cantrell and Robert Roller BEST MUSICIANS Paula McCrlte and Jack Burk BEST PERSONALITY Carol Vesper and Jerry Houchen BEST ALL AROU N MOST POPULAR Pattl Butler and Jerry Houchen YN BEST DANCER5 BEST ATHLETES Madena Hunes and Bruce Matthews Joan Leonard and Jun gumeff l Bernuce Warren and Jerry Houchen BEST DRESSERS Jane Eldred and .hm Berry W BEST JOKERS BEST SCHOLARS Carol Vesper and Charles Cummins Cathenne Robinson and Grnff Humphrey 44 . . . . .. . ................... . lilllibllnultcllillnlnni ' .... .... ,... ....... . liilliltlllilllltlilllil L31 --.........-...-.---...n i Q, VA, loillvlliillrhlnnlllllll i K -av-.un--....-..-..-. .. f v . . - 'U ff. MIXED CHORUS The varlous comments on Mixed Chorus and the Glee Club were excephonally favorable thus year Both groups blended well They de serve the credlt that has been glven the school as justnfnably proud of Them The chorus ns under the able dmrechon of Doyle McKlnney JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS 46 , I, 1 we I 1 I f HE I I . I A K , X g , I I VIOLINS Zoe Bushmeyer Teddy Dunkle Alice Gilstrap Carol Eurit Elsie McFadyen Melba Nafus Beverly Robinson Vesta Severs Sue Sharp Geraldine Teagarden Wayne Tuggle Anna Warner ORCHESTRA TRUMPETS Charles Cummins Franklin Wilson BASS Tom Blythe CELLOS Wanda Haas Geraldine Kulp Rosemary Marble Ba rba ra Whitehead STRING BASS. Victor German Robert Nafus Director FRENCH HORNS Wilbur Barrett Marion Weston DRUMS Patricia Adams Phyllis Morgan XYLOPHONE Sue Mclntyre CLARINETS Arthur Hastings Donna Maxwell David McNabb June Shilling BOB CLARKE FLUTES Carol Jeffers Shirley Oliver SAXOPHON ES Jack Burk Teddy Rouse TROMBONES Harry Fay Jerry Houchen Jerry Marble PIANO David Prater We are proud to present the Neosho Orchestra which was under the direction of Mr. Gant. The organization had a full year of playing at festi- vals, music contests, and between acts of Senior and Junior Plays. 521411 fs MR DON GANT became Band Du rector In December when Mr Bob Clarke was drafted MARCHING BAND The Marchnng Band under the durectnon of Mr Clarke always makes us proud durmg nts grand performances In the half at football games, un the varuous parades, and at the annual Harvest Show After Mr Clarke left for the Army, the Band came under the dxrectuon of Mr Ganf, another fme musncuan 1 Q , ff if Q me-.-.2 if f'kk ' ' VA 1 1 ,Q " . U r '- I l K q H v fi N I A In- A I X Q x Q H .r l . "Tv . K MUSIC ENSEMBLES ef ,,', qu A Girls' Nonette Trumpet Trio Clarinet Quartet Saxophone Quartet Boys' Quartet Trumpet Quartet x . nqw 4 .,. w. X ,.v?N'A LY'Ml " ' ' : r W , 'j.mg4' f A,g f ,ik -W: ' 1 Mggpaf- ur. V 1, ..f-w,,s- , .ww . ,M,,, , Hanna . . . . ' ' . . . . . . . . .'. . . . I '..... .'.. . l. ..-. .... ....... . -. . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . h.. .'.. v... l... -'. 0 D.. . . . . . . . . . .'.' '.'. '.'. .'.' .'. '.'. .'.' .'.' '.' .'. '.'. . .' .'.' '.' . . . . . . - . . . . . . . u . . ..- .... l .. .-... . .' . . . - . ' ..- ... .. . . .' '.' . Q . . . .'.' '. . . .' ... - . . . . . . - . . . . ' ' D .....-... ...... , Q . - . . . . . .. '.'.'. f . . . . . w-'wg' TUDENT COUNCIL The Student Councnl IS headed by the Executnve Cornmnttee whuch as composed ot President Jerry Hou chen Vnce President Teddy Rouse Secretary Patta But Ier Treasurer Bobby Perry Assrstant Treasurer Phyllls Morgan and Parllamentaruan June Shnllnng Some of the purposes of the Student Council are to promote school splrnt develop Interest nn the school from the publnc unity and coordinate the actlvltles of the school and most Important ut ns an organnzatnon where students may express themselves democratlcally and recommend changes wnth the assistance of the faculty and advnsor Mr Marlon Bell One of the mam accomplnshments IS the movies whnch have been brought nn order to raxse money for varnous drnves 52 H21 1' 'L ART CLUB Mass Wllson lve run out of pamt Someone took my eraser' These and many other remarks are heard when you chance to pass by the art room Thus society of palnt daubers has turned out some beautnful work Thus ns the first year of its exustence Lamona Farrar heads the group as President with Pat Mason as Vnce Presudent and Barbara Rentfro as Secretary Mass Maudmary Wilson IS the faculty advusor The Art Club has decorated the cateterua for the different holldays and has had several exhubltnons among them soap carvings and funger pamtung Everyone w agree that their work has displayed excellent artustnc abnluty pnuunlulli "ui AVA ATA 1 La l 9 O sf f 5 , , X , .n ,, QS ' za ' . , j I 4 .,. . lv , ,.,3a...3 ge.: -ww., A - g v tavgntfrl 2 I I. 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' . 53 LATIN CLUB If you happened to be up early one cold morning last Sep tember and saw a bunch of queer little figures down on the square who were pushnng around peanuts wuth thenr noses cllmbmg flag poles and snttnng on fare plugs you were no doubt witnessing the Latm Club lnmatlon This bombastnc organlzatlon ns steered by Paul Moellenhoff Presndent Jerry Harley Vrce Presudent and Phyllns Lodu Secretary Mnss Dons Gant serves as faculty advlsor The Latm Club always produces their own assembly and sponsors an all school party durnng the year You wall have to look a long way to fund a more active orgamzatlon 54 - , Q , , if 664. ,, , I 1 1 1 I I ' is MWC SPANISH CLUB qifiv If whnle roamang down the hall you passed a roorn un whnch all the people were saynng sornetl-:ng that sounded luke me slento te suentas se slenta etc thus was probably the Spannsh room They are under the guardranshnp of Senor Carlos Summers wuth Charles Welch as President Barbara Hnldbrand as Vnce Pres :dent Sue Bebee as Second Vlce President and Marne .leffrues as Secretary They always have several parties and go Chnstmas carolnng In cooperatuon wnth the Latin Club For hngh trmes and swell lun the Spanush Club us tops' l l 55 nfl FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The F FA ns composed of forty sux members who are strlvmg for the purpose and development of agncultural leadershnp cooperation and cltlzenshup Thus year the F F A sponsored a Barnwarmnn wnth the F H A gurls a Farm Safety Program and a Parent and Son Banquet The chapter sent repre sentatuves to the Amerucan Royal and the F F A Con vention Several of the boys attended the FFA Camp The officers of the lub are President Donald Harris Vice Presldent Jesse Hudson Secretary John Betts Treasurer Alfred Shields Reporter Marvan Wolfenbarger Sentinel Rlchard Roberts and the fac ulty advisor IS Maxwell Lampo umm AVA AW if 56 .Amp N, bk ...L T, ' al vu -- C, so iw 'ji ' -' - 626.9 5 ss w FUTURE HOMEMAHERS OF AMERICA The Neosho Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America is composed of seventy-three members whose motto is "Toward New Horizons," One ot their purposes is to promote international good-will. They adopted a German tam- ily of four, and raised money to send them Christmas gifts. The officers of the Neosho Chapter are: President, Bobby Perry, Vice President, Barbara Lee Johnson, Secretary, Shir- ley Jones, Treasurer, Patty Bridges: Reporter, Pearlie Daniels, Parliamentarian, Peggy Soudersp Historian, Nancy Rentfro. Mrs. William Rentfro is Club Mother, and Miss Sybil Rhyne is club sponsor, 5 l Tb 2, wir in in xi A lla 1 I in ' I y.-ff' 'hu ,.w PEP clus basketball qame you have probably seen our Pep Club un actlon Led by sux cute vnvacuous cheerleaders the members of thus organuzatnon are behund the team cheer :ng them on The Pep Club accornoanues the team on every trnp whenever possible Presndent Dorothea Thomas Vnce President Patti Butler and Secretary and Treasurer Bernnce Warren lead the group with the assistance of Mass Doris Gant faculty advusor The cheerleaders are Marilyn Matthews and Carol Lou Jeffers sensors and .loan Leonard Phyllus Morgan Jane Eldred and Margaret Anderson gunnors v 1 11.tv"" 58 I I , ,.'i '21 fb' F T J 7 '7 cz rin. " ' 2 f 4 Wk , I ,A -T A-, uf 371331 - 5 Q -4 Lf' ' lf you have ever been to an NHS. football Of , 4' ,A . A 5 I . P V X, A . 1 . v fl Z PTM K 'O P . V . . . Q by tm of ll ,, -W lrszv-P" ' . 4- , V ,A A -l.. A , C 'of' " 0 T -Y' ' , ' r ' . . l Ja' l I I l gr' 5 'I 'lv-Y T 'il CUB To become a member of the famous N Club you must meet certain quallflcatuons Furst you must have lettered rn one of the major sports Then there ns a gruellng nnltuatlon you must pass And last but not least you must be of the male sex The offrcers of thus organuzatnon are Jlm Bur nett Presndent Jnm Berry Vnce Presndent and Rob ert Roller Secretary and Treasurer Faculty advlsor as Don Kumpy The N Club publishes and sells schedule cards for the football and basketball games They also have a concessnon stand at these games Here ns an organ uzatlon that IS really a credit to N H S I? fn Ot P ll - , ll 'A' -' I ,., X Y T3 4' it , QQ 99 I' nd- Tl-IESPIAN C UB The amateur Romeos and Jullets lactors that Isl an our school are none other than the Thesplans Thus talented group as the mannstay of all the dra matucs at N H S The Preszdent ns Peggy Moore Vxce President Jerry Caldwell and Secretary Mary Jo Naramore They are sponsored by Doyle McKinney the Speech and Dramatucs teacher Besndes doing the bug jobs on the Junnor and Senuor plays all the speeches oratlons and debates come from them They always enter contestants nn all phases of the Blg Eight Speech Contest and gen erally walk off wuth a fnsttul of honors in.. g XX-... ,J-9' Nu: YQ . i mf 41, -, tl E 'ttf if 1 l Q7 V , 46 1 ig I ' its W, ,ff J , 4 I 5 , ' , lt. Q lf ,mn I I, h s . A 4 . g T SENIOR P 'H The Sensors presented Lute Wuth Father as their annual play on February 15 l95l lt IS a comedy that ran sux years on Broadway The characters nn the play are as follows Father Gruff Humphrey Vlnnne the Mother Louise Enlow the sons Clarence Jerry Cald well John Gary Testerman Whitney Charley Welch Harlan Donnne Duncan Aunt Cora Carol Vesper Mary Skunner the gurl who came with Aunt Cora to vnsut the famlly Dorothea Thomas Doctor Lloyd Jerry Houchen Doctor Humphreys Charles Cummlns Doctor Somers Bob Cantrell the cook Margaret Cathervne Robinson the mauds Annie Patti Butler De lla Vera Shuey Nora Joan Wolfenbarger and Maggue Mary Naramore It was dnrected by Mr Doyle McKlnney with Geraldune Kulp working as the assistant director 61 ...h 1 i 1 2' "' FIRST ROW: Patti Butler, Bernice Warren, Carol Jeffers, Janice Jones, Joan Moorehouse, SECOND ROWt Nancy Ashmore, Tom Belding, Bill North, Junior Boyd, Joan Leonard. THIRD ROW: Bob Gilmore, Don Stratton, Lyle Jones, Kenneth Stafford, TENNIS TEAM OF i950 The Neosho tennis team came out eyen in match play. They won from Monett twice and also from Greenwood twice. Two matches were lost to Carthage and one to 'Mt Vernon and Joplin. ln the Big "8" Tournament, Bernice Warren was runner-up in the girls' singles. ln the summer tournament Lyle Jones won first place in the Men's singles, Joan Leonard won first place in GirI's singles. Bill Crowe won the Junior Boy's singles crown. In the doubles match Joan Leonard and Bernice Warren won the girls' title, and Don Callahan and Bill Johnson won Junior Boys' title. G 0 L F T E FIRST ROW: David McNabb, Eddie Showalter, Berray Franks, Jimmy Tarrant, Ted Daugh 0F i950 The 1950 golf team participated in seven golf meets during the season, winning one and emerging third in the Big "8" meet. The team got off to a rather slow start due to lack of experi- ence, but came on fast to make a good showing in the Big "8" meet. The 1950 team participated in dual meets with Webb City, Aurora, and Carthage, defeating Webb City and making a fine showing in all other matches. Twenty boys were out for this fine sport and the Junior High team com- posed of the younger golfers emerged victorious in all four matches in which they participated. erty. SECOND ROW Glenn Dolence, Jim Daugherty, Frank Wilson, Bo Williams, Jerry Lane. THIRD ROW: Mr. Latimer, Jerry McGrane, Lee Coleman, Griff Humphrey, Jim Sho I -lil 1-.'. -' Sal.- - . ' .-agar' X. . if N .. ',.. . .v -,..., 'P' J -H". I' 5 I ' If s y a f , . .':'-.' ., Z 15,5 1 9 . v ' J. 5 4 ' Y : 3. J ,4 . ..,.z',.LrG Z ',, , rr . . ,A ...Ly .' ' ' D u ',r ' A 5 X 4' on 5. -","' I '- 1 ig.. 1 , s ,I ,. , .qx .ABN A I' I A' J 1 111- Q 1.1. I-- J , ,va .. .A . . L . . 1- I . U ... 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'T September 29 Galena, Kansas fix' X, xx October 6 Carthage, Missouri 4 October T3 Mt, Vernon, Missouri 'L October 20 Lamar, Missouri October 27 Webb City, Missouri 9 97 November 3 Aurora, Missouri November l O Coach Don Kumpy November T7 Monett, Missouri at Nevada, Missouri 'X Assistant Coach Bret McGinnis A Team Of I950-I95I FlRST ROW: Richard Barnsback, Don Stratton, James Berry, Charles Bob Ward. THIRD ROW: Coach Don Kumpy, Manager Billy Rud Lampo, Jerry Caldwell, Robert Roller, Torn Fullerton, Lowell Williams, dick, Jerald Harper, Danny Tuggle, Walter Ramsay, Jim Anderson Jim Burnett, Gary Testerman, Charles Welch. SECOND ROW: Bob Bill Hurlburt, Tom Belding, Bill Crowe, Manager Teddy Rouse, As Carnes, Bill Byrd, Bob King, Marvin McCreery, Bob Williams, Bob sistant Coach Bret McGinnis. Cantrell, Ben Holzhauer, Jerry Houchen, Pat l-latler, Eldon Jeffers, F- " " TEAM FIRST ROW: Jerry Willets, David Carlin, Lee Cook, Richard Guppy, Killingsworth, George Cramer, Bob Bacon. THIRD ROW, Alfred Gary Greer, Freddy Clark, Darrell Roberts, Kenneth Cope, David Mc- Shields, Sam Bacon, Densil Ball, Danny Mitchell Butch Bcpec, Paul Nabb, Glen Dolence. SECOND ROW: Larry Meed, Elza Richards, Stark, Willis Baird, David Prater, George Paul Tommy Blyihfi, Wildcat Games of the 'Hear Neosho vs. Rogers Jim Burnett broke loose for a seventy-yard touch- down run to help make Neosho's football start against Rogers an auspicious one. Sprenkle later added two more touchdowns and the game ended l9-l3 in favor of the Wildcats. Neosho vs. Galena Herrin, Sprenkle, Burnett, and Carnes all broke into the scoring column as the men in Black and Gold ran roughshod over a young, inexperienced team from Galena. Herrin added six points after touchdown by placement. Neosho vs. Carthage ln a full sixty minutes of rough, tough football ac- tion in Muny Park in Carthage our Wildcats suffered their first loss of the young season. The Cats marched into scoring territory twice, only to find the Tiger de- fense rock-ribbed and went down to defeat by a score of l9-O, Neosho vs. Mount Vernon Mount Vernon's fleet backs and rugged line, strik- ing with lightning speed and flashy blocking, were too much for Neosho to handle and the Wildcats absorbed their second loss of the year 32-O, Neosho vs. Lamar The Wildcats were again drubbed by a good Lamar eleven at the NHS. Stadium. The game was a bitterly fought affair as Kingsberry, Lamar fullback, scored two touchdowns and set up another which spelled defeat for the Cats by l9-O, 65 Neosho vs. Webb City The Homecoming Wildcats' hopes of a victory were shattered by an invading Cardinal eleven which trounced them 3l-O. Hunter engineered three touch- downs with short passes. Just as the Cats were click- ing, a Webb City halfback picked up a fumble and lugged it 65 yards for a tally, The Cardinals were never headed from then on. Neosho vs. Aurora Overcoming a slow start, the Wildcats manhandled the Houn' Daugs of Aurora by striking sharply on the ground for three touchdowns by halfback Jim Burnett. The l9-l2 victory marked the first conference win for the Cats. Neosho vs. Monett Under the able leadership of halfback Jack Fox the rambling Monett Cubs struck for seven touchdowns and a 44-O loss for the Wildcats, The Black and Gold could offer only token resistance and except for spots in the first quarter, were not really in the game. Neosho vs. Nevada Featuring an excellently-blended ground attack with a very effective pass pattern the Wildcats came very close to the upset of the year in the conference The aroused Cats in their final and best game of the season went ahead three times but the Nevadans re- taliated with a touchdown each time. For Neosho it was Jim Burnett who kept them in the game with a deadly passing arm. Berry, Byrd, and Ward acted as receivers for the strong-armed Burnett. The mauling contest ended in a 20-20 tie, WILD CATS OF l950-l95I JlM BURNETT, four year letterman was selected by tlae team at the end of the season as the honorary Captain of the year for the NHS Football Team. Jim Burnett Jerry Houchen Gary Testerman he ll Charles Lampo Robert Roller Bob Cantrell Jerry Caldwell Y' flaw B9-1 ll-v-nnovu 1 ur-uv-Y.--., Lowell Williams Richard Barnsback James Berry Dwiflie STYHWOH ee .,,,,,N ,, ,,er"'+ I gf: LM' ,I J 1 X14 'N'-N E. -3' ll' 'i 'wi -r in V wg? JL.S.,,l?y Roller stopped another Cub! FOOTBALL IN ACTION Make that block, "Hooch"! 054 58. it May I have this dance? They didn't get this one! Carnes through the line and awavY Get him boys! f-182,92 ,W-vi, Nh 1 if , . 5 QKQQQJLJAPF Wwnfb M' BASKETBALL A EAM ymJBwvWk GOACH AM KWGAS E81 MQMQ eww 329 C4f'7fYLgZV QWMMW 'WEE' A V' 'N fx QQ H 6 ' , I 1 W .1 'A 43 'dday A X ' 1 A A 'IA X xx ff I : : M Q..4,.W , W K J of A ff ,Q - 5 A ' ' A f , , ni Q DL Q I , ' I 5 f 69 un the fourth quarter and scored 23 pounts Burnettt was , -wt' V 1 fi fi! A "?aC,iE1 1 , FIRST ROW Bob Carnes Jm Burnett Jum Berry Ruchard Barnsback Tom Beldung SEC OND ROW Eldon Jeffers Danny Tuggle Coach Don Kumpy Paul Moellenhoff Jum Israel LeDon B o n THE A TEAM GAMES OF THE 50 51 SEASON Monett came to Neosho for the furst game of the 1950 51 season Monett had some tall men and were able to get most of the rebounds The Cats fought hard but could not seem to hold the Cubs back Burnett was hugh wuth eleven pounts The extreme heught of Nevada was both an ad vantage and a dusadvantage lt was an advantage to them because they controlled the rebounds and because ut was a dusadvantage to us The Wuldcats played heads up ball but the game ended 72 36 Burnett was agaun hugh man wuth 16 pounts Webb Cuty was host to the Cats next The Cards took the lead early un the game and the furst half went to the Cards The thurd quarter started then Bang' the Cats scored three bask ts un a row The Wuldcats weren t beaten untul the funal buzzer sounded The score was 54 37 Hugh man was Burnett wuth 13 pounts Next came the foe of all foes Carthage The Cats played very aggressuve ball One of the mam factors that caused the defeat was the 14 personal fouls they commutted Brown took scorung honors wuth 16 pounts The court at Mt Vernon put a uunx on the Cats They could not hut the basket or get used to the small court Burnett and Brown were hugh men wuth 8 each The Cats were host agaun thus tume to the Houn Dawgs The Cats took an early lead and took the furst quarter but at the half ut was a dufferent story for the Houn Dawgs were un the lead They went on to wun the game 38 34 Burnett agaun took the scorung honor wuth 17 The Wuldcats were un actuon next at Lamar where the furst quarter ended 7 2 wuth the Wuldcats out un front But then the Lamar players hut the floor for the second quarter The Lamar Cagers made 13 pounts to Neoshos 3 lt was Lamars game after that and ut ended 47 30 73 29 74 31 64 31 68 32 42 38 50 32 32 59 50 30 72 36 54 37 40 35 48 41 38 34 47 30 Monett Nevada Webb Cuty Carthage Mt Vernon Aurora Lamar Monett was the next foe After a slow furst half whuch ended 29 15 Monett leadung The Cubs started the next half wuth a surpruse attack that ended the game 73 29 Burnett leadung the scorung wuth 12 The Cardunals took a quuck lead and the furst quar ter ended 15 5 the half 27 12 and then they went wuld QQ 99 hugh man wuth 9 pounts Dusplayung a spuruted brand of ball throughout the game the Tugers grabbed an eleven pount lead at the four munute mark and ut ended 63 33 un Tugers Nevada at the Reguonal Tournament ea over the Cats They won the game nett was hugh man wuth 16 pounts When Lamar came to Neosho no one wunnung that us no one except the team favor of the took a quuck 65 38 Bur had hopes of Lamar was very sure of themselves because they had beaten us once before From the start the Cats were ahead The furst and second quarters were faurly close but un the thurd quarter the Tugers blew up and the Wuldcats pulled ahead un the fourth quarter The Cats pulled ahead 12 pounts 20 pounts 25 pounts 27 pounts and then the buzzer Neosho won 59 32 Burnett was agaun hugh man wuth 23 pounts and was defunutely hugh man of the year for Neosho 70 1 , I , , I D . 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THE B GAMES OF THE 50 5'l SEASON In the fnrst game of the season for the Wnldknt tens the Knttens looked good nn the fnrst half They were ahead untnl the second half when Monett went ahead and fnnally won when four of the starters fouled out The team then traveled to Nevada to tackle the powerful Nevada B team The Knttens came out of a rugged game then came to Neosho where Carthage took the game by one ponnt wnth three of the regulars foul nng out whnch was the mann reason for our defeat Neosho then went to Webb Cnty where they won a hard fought game 29 19 Thns was mannly a defensnve game as the score nndncated Neosho then went to Mt Vernon where they were defeated on the small court The fnrst half was about even but nn the second half the Mountann eers developed a fast break worknng and then went ahead wnth four of the fnrst fnve foulnng out The tens then took a hard fought game from Aurora Knttens showed good team then made at two tranght Tngers home court The forth durnng the fnrst half Knts were hot and couldn work nn thns game The by defeatnng Lamar on scornng seesawed back but nn the thnrd quarter t mnss they went ahead way n The KITS E an e an The team showed real team work and about everyone got nn on the scornng On the defense the Knts held the Webb Cnty team to snx ponnts nn the fnrst half The Knttens then lost to Aurora nn a hard fought game The Knttens looked lnke they had the game won n the fnrst quarter when the score was 11 4 when nn the remann nng quarters the Aurora team went to town and al though nn the last quarter the Knts came up nt was not enough The Knttens then took Lamar for the second tnme thns was a seesaw game wnth fnrst one team gonng ahead and then the other team comnng up The Knttens fnnally got nn the lead nn the fnnal mnnutes and then held thenr lead The Knttens had a fanrly good season wnth fnve wnns and enght defeats All the games they lost were by a very small margnn The boys playnng on the B Team recenved some good expernence thns year and you wnll probably see them playnng some good ball on the A Team next year 31 25 47 34 36 28 55 35 Monett Nevada were never agann headed The second part of the season started wnth Neosho losnng to Monett Nevada and Carthage before they won a game They then beat Webb Cnty very decnsnvely at the homecomnng Thus was belneved to be the best game the Knttens played both on defense and offense 19 29 29 28 22 39 38 48 62 34 Webb Cnty Carthage Aurora Lamar Mt Vernon 25 42 46 35 45 42 41 45 35 33 FIRST ROW John Strecker 2 Wnllns Banrd O Darrell Whntman 0 Tom Blythe 2 George Paul O Rnchard Guppy 1 SECOND ROW Ted Rouse Bnll Crowe 50 Rnchard Chrnstnan 59 Bob Wnllnams 24 Jerry Hanley 104 Bnlly Ruddnck THIRD ROW Davnd Carlnn O Gary Greer 31 Bull Hurlburt 83 Pat Hatler 45 Bruce Matthews 12 Densnl Ball 6 Lyle Becknell 2 71 , . . . . r KT- . I . ' ' ' th . ' . ' d ' ' , ' ' th - - . , . I d 99 9 9 Severs pushes Abramovutz on TRACK STARS OFI950 Ted Thomas-One Man Team Van Dorn Carlm Showalter and Carnes take hme out from 880 relay TED THOMAS ln the meet held at Pnttsburg Thomas won a sllver medal In broad pump and hugh hurdles ln the meet held at Sprmgfleld he kept up has average by breaknng the records of hugh and low hurdles For thus he receuved an mvutatuon to the State Track Meet relay 72 Severs Carnes Shuwalter and Abramovutz relax from mule Dolence heaves a long one l l I ' I I ' I where he came in second in high hurdles. I ,ls ,of l 1-. nr -vg- 'S TRACK TEAM OF l950 NEOSHO WILCATS SECOND PLACE IN BIG 8 The first meet of the year was a quadrangular meet at Joplm wnth Neosho a few ponnts from second place The second meet was at Pnttsburg wnth Neosho belng placed ln AA class wnth Coffeyvnlle Fort Scott, Joplm, Mlaml, Plttsburg and Carthage FIRST ROW Pat Hatler Gary Testerman David Jones .lum Berry Tommy Braslola Bob Carnes Ben Holzhauer SECOND ROW Bully Joe Ruddnck Joe Van Dorn Joe Abramovutz Ted Thomas Ernest Dclence Rouse THIRD Rxchard Guppy Charles Lampo Jlm Showalter Frank Severs Davud Carlnn Teddy ROW Jerald Harper George Paul Bull Crowe Marvun McCreery Bob Cantrell Jerry Caldwell Jam Anderson Jum Ashmore At Nevada, ln the Bug 8 meet Neosho took the majoruty of fnrst places but fanled to gather enough pomts to wun Nevada won furst place but was closely followed by the Neosho team Thomas un hfteen sconds flat' Thomas, up, up and over! lNote determuned expressnonl F' ' Y . J 0-'N-'V' . ' l , v ' ,V ' ' ' ' x 1 ' . . F ..-" -A -.t X ' ' It Pwr " ' :MIC lul V V H ' I . 'bf 4 ' 3 hgh Y 1 l L Lama I ma S ' pg L- , N 1 'X ' , 1. 5' '- H l ' I X ' ,x X v . 'W I , . I 73 Marvin Woltenbarger Welterweight BOXING A.. FIRST ROW Elmer Sprenkle Freddie Compton Danny Mntchell Lundy Jackson SECOND ROW Ralph Cope Kenneth Cope Doyle l-lerrm Phil lnp Gerhard Marvin Wolfcnbarger THIRD ROW Harold Mnddleton John h H Sprenkle Roger Dale Eugene Sprmkle Wayne Jackson 'lo " slne" e Heavyweight The boxers pnctured on thus page were under the traumng and super wsuon of Mr Bull Fryback Harold Mnddleton T e Golden Gloves Champs R099 Dale Featherwenght l-l9hl'W2'9l1f 7 Sprenkle vs Rutherford "The Wlnnah" "T K O " 74 ...ni w I , I . E M I t eg . Ii g I A I in I , . I , , . I - t lk ,I W I V.Vk , , , I I ,ga .QQ it , 5 - ,g ' -'VW Q A O ,V K .. S 'X in ,L . 1' 5 A A , I I, r I 4 x ' A f I ' I I. I K uh", I l or if ff I f I , E , f 2 Wi ' . 3 T ,xy . H h H NATIONA HONOR SOCIET :...,.- FIRST ROW: Geraldine Kulp, Marilyn Matthews, Chiquita Standefer, Janet Teagarden, Bobby Perry, Hildred Gallion, Barbara Jean Johnson. SECOND ROW: Catherine Robinson, Joan Wolfenbarger, Barbara Whitehead, Beverly Buzzard, Paula McCrite, Joan Leonard, Peggy Moore, Bernice Warren, Vera Shuey, Janice Jones, Erma Johnson. THIRD ROW: Mr. Bar- low, Richard Stiles, Bill Byrd, Paul Moellenhoff, Jerry Houchen, Griff Humphrey, Bob Cantrell, Jerry Caldwell, Jesse Hudson, Don Harris, Don Broady, Bob King, Harley Pitcher, Jim An- derson. The object of this organization is to create enthusiasm tor scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, and to promote worthy character. To be eligible a student must be enrolled in four units. Five percent of the junior class and ten percent of the senior class are selected in the second semester. The candidates must rank in the upper one-third of their class and have attended NHS for one year. Catherine Robinson is president, Barbara Whitehead is vice-president, and Geraldine Kulp is secretary. Carson Barlow, principal, is chairman of the society. Other faculty advisors are: Mr. Maxwell Lampo, Miss Effie Neil, Miss Ada Hancock, and Mrs. M. D. Lawson. The valedictorian of the 1951 class is Catherine Robinson, and the salutatorian is Grift Humphrey. Others ranking high are Janice Jones, Janet Adams, Harley Pitcher, Geraldine Kulp, Barbara Jean Johnson, Erma Johnson, Lamona Farrar, and Carol Vesper. CATHERINE ROBINSON Valedictorian GRIFF HUMPHREY Salutatorian 2 THE WILDCAT S EDITOR Manly n Matthews ASSISTANT EDITOR Pat Hatler wxfh SPONSOR Mrs Irene Lawson CIRCULATION MANAGERS Geraldnne Kulp and Numa Perry wuth TYPIST Carol Vesper FEATURE EDITOR Bermce Warren 6 FEATURE STAFF Allce Gnlstrap Mane Jeffrnes Beverly Robnnson Margaret Ayres La Velle Delano Paul Moellenhoff Cynthia Slankard Arthur Hastmqs ra T E re. I I 3 lk fi "'X . X Q , T . I . . w . 'S Cv A 5 , .. I I 1 Q X Q I . ' I 5 ,- A g I . ln-n.,,, . I I fs - f 7 MEOW 'Wm SPORTS EDITOR BIII Byrd N' NEWS STAFF Joan Le rnrd La Dean Bu r Gm Or Bath Gear r- Pau bara Wrmtchcad Pmrlue Damcl and Byron Arwder rn nl' 0 I BUSINESS MANAGER Bob CamreIl 77 SPORTS STAFF Don Cwlluhan Paul Stark Torn Bddmq .I T I-I I 'if f NEWS EDITOR Cathcrmc Robmson BUSINESS STAFF ef U fu d Eddrc Shuwalfcr Marnkn Krkv fSaroIv"1 Gardner Marv Jane Farmev Arthur I-Ia5tmg and Juiua Lnes 'Q 'T 1 4 5 rl, 7 5 uf -. ,, 4 4 -gg I 1 'fi . if - A- 1 . , ' F, . a rf I E . K I Q 1, , 6 A , h 4 A 7 3 I , r cw q gg, ! B. - I 4, B Tw Lo Hoa 'QI f, r nm, 0 A n . I ,I V 1 ,K A . v , - ' .- 'I al g A I P , 'I' I I ,, ' . I " 'f' -I K EDITOR Don Marshall MUSIC EDITOR Carol Jeffers THE WILDCAT "Well, here's your annual. Believe me, we've had a grand time throwing it together for you. All of our late deadlines, crooked pic- tures, misspelled names, misplaced pic- tures, and all our wor- ries, gripes and groans have all come to one thing, Your l95l Year- book. No kidding, l hope you like it." CLUBS EDITOR-Janice Jones. CLUBS STAFF-Beverly Buzzard, Joan Wolfenbarger, Janet Adams. MUSIC STAFF-Paula McCrite, David Prater, Mary Naramore. I EDITOR - Sharon Doris Gant. ARTIST-Ginger Nicholson, TYPIST-Patti Butler i SPORTS EDITORS SPORTS STAFF-Ben Holzhauer, Robert Williams, Jerry Hanley, James Berrv Robert Roller, Gene Roberts BUSINESS MANAGER-Pegqv Moore OTHER STAFF MEMBERS Bobby' Perry, Gwen Marble Cbxqulta Sfarvdefer, Jerry Grav, JoAmrv Ca?-4a1V Kenneth Sfafffrd Jww Burner? Eeseue Mason Eldcrw Jef fers Donme Srrafrcn BUSINESS STAFF! Vera Shuev, Dorothea Thomas, Rrwiiis Lcd: es' PHOTOGRAPHERS Frankhn Wwfson, Rosemary Wan1Nar1d, Grrff Humpbrev r f mn 1+ R547 553 P ARBOORS MYERS AND C0 INC TOPEKA KANSAS U ::'.0:' N y x , A v 1 I If N A J 1 K 'O' . . 0,:O IH! 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