Ness City High School - Eagle Yearbook (Ness City, KS)

 - Class of 1951

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Mind Chorus l-2-3-14 Pep Club l-2-3-h Basketball h Basketball 2-3-h Thespian 3-I4 Glee Blub 3 Donna Sus Cole !lIajor..!-English Commerce 'llinor. .Nath History Home Economics Lotivitiss..Band 1-2-3-h Glee Club 1-3-h Mixed Chorus l-3-h Y-teen 1-2-3-h Thespians 2-3-h Pep Club 1-2-3-h Basketball 3-h Pat Martin llajor..Colmerce English llinor..History Latin Activities. .Music Contest 1-2-3-I4 llixed Chorus 1-2-3-14 Band 1-2-3-I4 Annual Staff 2-3 Pep Club 1-2-3-lg Gleo Club 1-2-3-lg Y-teen 1-2-3-L Thespisns 2-3-lg Basketball 3 Literary Contest 1-3-lg Scholarship 2-3-lg Duane Vogel llajor. .English History llinor. .Shop Science Activiuiels 2"'h Basketball 3-14 Baseball 3-b, Mixed Chorus 3-lg N-Club I4 Thespians 3-I4 Jr. Play 1 act play lg Don Clouston ua,5or..u1sf,e1-y English shop llinorullath Science Act1vlties..Football l-2-3-14 Basketball l-2-3-I4 Track 1-3 Baseball h Thespians lg Mixed Chorus 3-h N-Club I4 Jr. Play Sr. Play Assistant Editor of Annual Mildred Leiker llajor. .History English Home Economics liner. .Science Commerce Hath Activities . .Basketball 3-h llixed Chorus 2-3-la Glee Clpb l-2-3-h Shirley Filbert laJor..Eng1ish History Commerce Minor,.Home Ec. Science Math Activities..Ba.nd I-2-3-ls Girls Glee I-2-3-lg Y-teen I-2-3-ll Pep Club 2-3-h Jr. Play 3 Vocal Solo 2-3-14 Instramental Solo I Basketball 3-I1 Studbfiff CO'-H1011 3-h Thespians 3-h Vocal Triple Trio 2 ,gknwg if , Eugene Haas Major..English History Shop Minor..Commerce Science Hath Activities..Football l-2-3-h Basketball 1-3-h Jr. Play Track l-2-3-h Band 1-2-3-h All School Play 2 Glee Club 3 Mixed Chorus 3-b Carl Tittel Major..Shop English History linor..Science Math Act1vities..G1ee Club 2 Football h N-club h Future Farmers of America Catherine Franz Major..English History Commerce Science Minor..Math Home Economics Activities . .Scholarships 1-2-3-h Glee Club 1-2-3-h Pep Club 1 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-h Octet 1 Triple Trio 2 Secretary 1-2 Editor of the Annual Mary Ann Rohr Hajor..English History linor..Science Commerce Home Economics Activities..Pep Club l-2-3-b Glee Club 1-2-h Band 2-h Mixed Chorus 1-2-h Joe Pfiefer Major..English History Minor..Shop Commerce Science Activities..Football l-2-3-h Basketball 3 Track 2-3 Baseball 3 Junior Play N-Club h Class Reporter h Stubby Gabel Major..Eng1ish Shop Minor..Histor7-Science Activities..Footbal1 I-3-h Baseball I-3-h Track 2-3 F.F.A. h N-Club h Basketball Manager 3 Vice President I Shirley Coker Major. .Home Economics English llinor..History Science Activitiesullixed Chorus 14 Glee Club l-2-3-h Pep Club l-2-3 Lora Jean Rohr Major. .English History Home Economics llinor..Commerce Science Activities. .Band 1-2-14 llixed Chorus l-2-3-h Glee Club l-2-3-h Octet 1-2 Pep Club 1-2-3-L Solos 3 Cheerleader 1-h Basketball 3 Scholarship 1-2 Football Queen 2 Jack Delaney lajor. .English History Vocational Agriculture llinor. .Math Shop Aetivities..Future Farmers of America 3-h Rex Cranston laJor..English History Vocational Agriculture llinorullath Shop Activiti.es..Baskstball l Track l Future Farmers of America Jackie Petersilie Major..English Home Ec. Minor. .History Science Commerce Activit1es,.Glee Club I-2 Mixed Chorus I-2 Thespians 2-3-h Pep Club I-2-3-I4 Y-teen I-2-3-lg Band I-2-3-I4 A11,School Play 2 Nita Davis ldajornliistory Home Ec. llinor. .Math English Activities..Glee Club I-2-3 lixed Chorus I-2-3 Pep Club I Volleyball 3 Cheerleader 2-3-14 Dean Buffum Major..English History Vinor..Math Science Shop Vocational Agriculture Activ1ties..Football 1-2 Basketball l-2-3-h Hi-Y 2 Mixed Chorus 2-3 N-Club h Glee Club 2-3 Track l-2 Student Council 1 Future Farmers of America h Paul Seib Jr. Major. .English History Minor..Science Commerce Shop Vocational Agriculture Activities..Glee Club 3-h Class Treasurer 1 Ardith Schuler lajor..History English Minor..Math Science Activit1ee..Pep Club 1 Glee Club l-2-3 I-teen l Mixed Chorus l-2-3 Jane Ruffhead Hajor..English Math Hinor..Science History Home Econolics Activ1ties..Band 1-2-3-h Glee Club l-2 Mixed Chorus 2 Pep Club 1-2-3-ls Jr. Play Y-teen 1-2-3-h Basketball 3-L Thespians 2-3-h Iblbert Briscoe Major..Engl1sh Vocational Agriculture Minor..History Math Shop Activities..Future Farmers of America 3-h Jerry Scott Major..English History Minor..Science Shop Activities..Band 1-2-3 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-h Basketball 2 llary Ann Dosbbeling lajor.. English, History, Cumercc llinor. .lathmatics Hume Ecominces Science Lctivitiesudlee Club 2 lixed Chorus' 2 Pep Club 1 I-Teen 1-3-h Erma Coker lejor. .English Cunmerce lincr..History llathmatics Spanish Econmics Activitiee..Pe Club l-2-3-h Thespians 2-3-E Y-gens 1-2-3-k Band 1-2-3-L Glee ub 1-3-h Basketball 344 L11 School Play 2 Roy Fcrking la,1or..Engltsh Shop linor..History Science Hath Activities..Future Farmers of America 3-I4 Secretary of F.F.L. 14 Ralph Kinslov lajor. .English Vocational Agriculture liner. .History Shop Activitiesntlxed Chsms 3-I4 Baseball 1-b, I- Club Future Famers ef bfi!!! 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'A A L if QL! 3" 4, ir 1 Q1 "" ' ' 1: QQ , Q if ifq ' A iii Football 76 V398 4' Q va SQUAD LEFT TO RIGHT: Back Row: Milton Gable, Joe Stegman, Joe Pfeifer, Dennis Steeman, Wayne Misner, Maurice Korbe, Duane Vogel, Euqene Haas, Robert Rupp, Eugene Rupp, and coach Goldsmith. Middle Row: Val VanDeqr1ft, Ralph Fbos, Virgil Vogel, Keith Funk, Wayne Haas, Jim Stecklein, Dwight Wagner, Jim Fritzler, and Don Cloustohv Front Row: Marvin Maier, Leon Reible, Jim Burditt, Buddy Petersilie, Gary Rothe, Carl Tittleg Dun Harris, Marlin Stum, and Harry VanDegrift. SCMU 4+ NESS - 35 Ransom - O NESS - 13 Leoti - O NES ' 23 LaCrosse - 6 NESS ' 25 Tribune - O I NESS - 12 Whkeeny - 1h NESS - 6 scour. - o NFSS - 25 Dighton - O UBS - 20 Jotmore - 0 -If NF-'35 - M3 Bazine - 12 !1'5'T0t11 Pts. Opponents pts.i2" inon-league games Del De a , , - y, sst coach ,E 'fx-P+-a uFlRST 13' D , , I 3 M -L V h - H i F .. . "i"'I'IFS" Bill Goldsmith, head coach Mtv 'HORRI' E M? DON-SONNY-VLLIE-BOB " CENO' IIRQOFUSH 'STUBBY' M 'HOUSE am -'umm T pg " DAIRY" 4 1 "A" SQUAD Left to right: Coach Del Dey, Virgil Vogel, Joe Stegman, Denny Stegman., Bob Rupp, Wayne liener, Dean Buffum, Eugene Haas, Duane Vogel, Don Cloueton, and Val VanDegrift. FIRST Isl GAMES AT HOME Dec 8 Hays Cadets 29 vs EAGLES Dec 15 Tribune 33 vs EAGLES Jan 5 Wakeeney 28 vs EAGLES Jan. 9 Dighton 15 vs EAGLE Jan. 12 Jetmore 26 ve EAGLE Jln. 23 Scott City 21 vs EAGLES Jan. 30 Leoti 32 V8 EAGLES Feb 13 Bazine 32 vs EAGLES Feb 22 LaCrosse 23 ve EAGLES 'IKEA TOURNE! Dighton - 27 VS. EAGLES - Leoti - 32 VS. EAGLES - scout city - 3h vs. EAGLES - RKIIONAL TOURNKI Kinsley - 38 VS. EAGLES - Deco Dec Jan. Jan. Feb: Feb. Febe Feb. liar. SECOND 'S' GAMES AWAY FROM HOME Dodge City 142 Leoti 60 L8Cros se 35 Tribune 2 B Bazine 21 Dighton 33 J etmore 31 Wakeeney 33 vs Scott City 21 vs 'EAGLES 20 EAGLES 28 1-EGLES 57 EAGLES 2 78 EAGLES h5 EAGLES 141 EAGLES nu EAGLES 3 EAGLES SQUAD BACK ROI: Arlene Coker, Jean Bump, lary Lee Clouston, Ann Cranston, Betty Jane Iendler Doris Foos, Delorie Worley, Mildred Leiker, and Mr. Andrea, coach. FRONT ROW: vias Andree, spon- eor, Shirley Filbert, Enna Coker, Donna Sue Cole, Carol Bonderam., Jeanette Filbert., Jane Ruffhead, Vera laeinger, Joan Wasinger, Patty Legg, and Twill! Brom. NESS.. NESS- NESS- NESS- NESS- NESS- FIRST TEN Ist TEH SCORES I9 nmrral- 37 1,2 umm- h2 31 DIGHTG- 146 33 Hmsrou- zo 37 ruuston- 32 143 UTICA- 38 sscorm mm 2nd nm sconms mass- 17 DIGHTON-111 NESS- 29 DIGHTON-140 NESS- 32 HLNSTON-11 NESS- 214 muswn-15 'B' SQUAD S- BACK ROI: Ralph Foos, Marvin hier, Donald Harril, H911 Wendlor, Dick Vogel, Coach Bill Goldsmith. 'FRONT ROI: Maurice Korhie, 'sync Hua, Jim Fritzler, Dean Lyon, Jig Funk, and Harry VmDegrift. FROSH BACK ROI: Vyrl Slagle, Davey Roghe, Bob Kreutzer, Jerry leis, Lynn Rohr, Darrell Hopper. and Gerald Opnlizer. FRONT ROW: Dick Finnin, Alfred Schwartzskopf, llerle Harris, Albert Grumbein, Carroll Stecklein, Tom Kohl , and Tommy Stecklein. 'B' SQUAD SCORES 28 NESS - Hql Cadets nmss - 145 rnbum NESS - 3,4 Inoti NESS - 22 Inkoonoy NESS - 39 Dighton NESS - 3I Jotmoro IIESS - 37 La Crono nnss - I5 scam. city NESS - 3I Tribune NBS - 21 Lloti HESS - no Basins rmss - 35 num. NESS - 32 Dighton NESS i- 2h Ln Crosse NBS -v 30 Jotlore NESS - 214 Ialooeney lmss - 25 seem cny l.K.E.L. TOURII USS - 29 Dighton NESS - 28 Ln Crosse IESS - 32 Scott City JR. HIGH Loft to right: Jgckie Schroyor, Roger MoC1-eight, Ronald Herononus, Jack Hawldna, Vyrl lalter, Lyle Raker, Dee Doobboling, and Gary 0'Brion. 9FRESElllSCGES NESS - Uahnnoy NESS - I6 Dilhfnl NESS - 20 Jotmoro usss - Ih some city NESS - 33 Dighfbn NESS - 106 Jotmoro IIISS - 25 Iakoonoy NESS - 23 Ln Crono NESS - 3I Scott City DIGHTG TUUEHEY NESS - 39 Tribuno NESS - 20 IA Crosse NESS - 20 Scott City TRACK Back Row: Coach Dey, Davey Rothe, Hell Wendler, Carroll Stecklein, Darrell Hopper, and Manager Wayne Eisner. Second Row: Duane Vogel, Val Van Degrift, Harry Van Degrif Dick Finnin, and Tommy Kohl. First Row: Ralph Kinslow, Dennis Stegman, Virgil Vogel, Virgil Stegman, Milton Gabel, and Joe Stegman. tx Back Row: Dwight Wagner, Kent Farrell, Jim Fritzler, Dean Schwein, Dick Vogel. Second Row: Marvin Maier, Ches ter Hogsett, James Stecklein, Keith Funk, Cletus Rupp, and Coach Goldsmith. First Row: Leon Reibel, Wayne Haas, Maurice Korbe, Bob Rupp, Eugene Haas, Dean Iyon, and Ralph Fose. 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Borger Fr. Attendant Catherine Franz Sr. Attendant CHEER LEAIERS LEFT T0 RIGHT Marlene Dengate, Jeanette Filbert, Lora Jean Rohr. ill, PEP CLUB LEFT 'I'0 RIGHT Top row: Anita Vogel, Delores Rohr, Marlyn Cooley, Kay Petersilie, Wanda Matkins, Jane Ruffhead, Joan Martin, Catherine Schuler, Myra Burditt, Donna Sue Cole, and Erma Coker. Middle row: Jean Bump, Doris Foos, Shirley Delaney, Rosie Bauer, Enid Walters, Ruth Hair, Elaine Babb, Tldllg, Brown, Mary Lee Clouston, Betty Jo Smith, and Ann Cranston. Bottom row: Eileen Herouemus, Jackie Petersilie, Patty Legg, Dolores Worley, Marilin Taylor, Carrol Bounderant, Donna Hogsett, Joyce Strobel, Patty Martin, Vera lasinger, Shirley Filbert, Annie Rohr, Betty'Wend1er, and Miss "Mac" LEADERS: Marlene Dengate, Jeanette Filbert, and Lora Jean Rohr. Y-TEENS LEFT TO RIGHT Ist row: Eileen Heronemue, Sandra Stieben, Jeanette Filbert, Patty Martin, Mrs. Durst, sponsor, Jane Ruffhead, Joyce Strobel, Marilyn Taylor, Carol Bondux-ant, Kay Petersilie. 2nd row: Elaine Babb, Erma Coker, Ann Cranston, Donna Sue Cole, Jackie Petersilie, Shirley Filbert, Wanda Matkins, Marlyn Cooley. 3rd row: Ruth Hair, Marlene Dengate Doris Foos, Shirley Delaney, Rosie Bauer, Joyce Strait. latli row: Twilla. Brown, Mary Lee Clouston, Betty Jo Smith, Joan Martin, Joyce Young, Enid Walters, Ramona Meuch, Wanita Strait, Elinor Arnold. 5th row: Myra Burditt, Valda Bur- ditt, Ardith Schuler, Mary Ann Doebbeling, Mildred Doebbeling, and Delynn Humburg. STUIENT COUNCIL LEFT T0 RIGHT Standings Jeanette Filbert, Val Ve.nDegrift, Supt. Paul Andrea, Prin. Clay Broun, end Jackie Schroyer. Sitting: Joan lssinger, Delynn Humberg, Wanda llatldns, Dick Finnin, Iona Pfennanstiel, Shirley Filbert, Ile Jones, Kay Ecles, and Wilma Soheben. ANNUAL STAFF Editor............Catherlne Frans Asst. Editor. .... .Ibnald Clouston Business Mgr. . . . . . . . .lsyne llisner Production Mgr. . . . . . .Ann Cranston Publicity Director. . . .Dunne Vogel Chee Editor. . . . . . . .Funds llstkins Sports e 0 e e e enum Art an Lit. Editor. . .Jo Ann Levitt Assembler. . . . . . .. . . .. . .Petty Legg Lllembllre e e e e e e e e omoxl Worley OBSERYER STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT 8tmd:Lngx Jim Shaw, advisor, Joe Pfiefer, Jan Spansy, advisor, and Val VanDegr:Lft. Sitting: Beverly Peterlilie, lends. Lyon, Delores Worley, Jane Ru!!- head, Anite Vogel, Phillis Coker, Annie Rohr, and Donna Sue Cole. Klilton Oebel, not pictured! -feel, , wg --.uf ,Vi v Band Director Sammy High BAND C. H. S. TWIRLERS ONE-ACT PIA! LEFT TO RIGHT Laurel Goodman, Jeanette Filbert, Val Va.nDegrift, Delores Rohr, Duane Vogel, Ann Cranston FFA LEFT TO RIGHT Mr. Stone , advisor, Roy Fercking, Buddy Petersilie, Jack Delaney, Gary Rothe, Laurel Goodman QV CLARINET QUARTET LEFT TO RIGHT: Betty Jo Smith, Jeanette Filbert, Ann Cranston, Wanda llatkins. SAXOPHONE QUABTET LEFT TO RIGHT: Lora Jean Rohr, Juyce Strobel, Karen Smythe, Pat Martin. Senior Class Play LEFT TO RIGHT Marlene Dengate, Joe Pfiefer, Shirley Filbert, Don Clouston, Jackie Petersilie, Val Vanbegrift, Pat Martin, layne llisner, Donna Sue Cole, Eugene Haas. Q TRIPLE TRIO LEFT TO RIGHT J oan Wasinger, Mary Catherine Seib, Donna lfunsch, Jeanette Filbert, Semuy High, Director, Ann Cranston, Elvira Quint, Joan Martin, Wanda Hatlclne, Sandra Stieben, Pat llartin, Pianist. 7 THESPIANS FIRST ROW Mrs. Linn, Sponsor, Pat lfartin, Jeanette Filbert, Ann Cranston, Marlene Dengate, J oan Martin. SECOND ROW Betty Wendler, Jane Ruffhead, Shirley Filbert, Eileen Heronenue, Jaclcle Pete:-ailie, Joyce Strobel. THIRD ROW Erma Coker, Lnurel Goodman, Dunne Vogel, Val VsnDegrift, Marilyn Taylor. High Voice District at Hays-1 State at Hays- 11 Informative Speech District at Dodge-1 State at Hays-111 STATE WINNERS Music Wanda Matkins Shirley Filbert Liter Iona Pfannenstiel ary Joan Martin Medium Voice District at Hays-1 State at Hays-111 Dramatic Reading District at Dodge-1 State at Hays-1 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY We can hardly realize that we have been Seniors for nine months, but after attending Mr. Harry Linn'shistory classes every school day for so many months we have been brought to the point where we are willing to believe that we are t.ruly"Seniors. " No other class that has graduated from Ness City High School has been more worthy of being called "Senior" than the class of '51 mainly because of both quantity and quality. Four years ago, 45 eighth grade graduates entered this school. As N. C. H. S. could boast of no organized Cradle Roll it seemed that the only thing left to do was to enter us as Freshies. Of course we had to go through that stage of missing a class or two the first few days just for the simple reason that we didn't know what it was, or when and where it was taught. In spite of all our greenness we never worried, all we had to do was to call on Wayne Misner, a short, tiny lad, who, as far as I have been able to uncover, was the smallest 6 112 footer to ever enter this High School. Nevertheless, we finally were shown the room for olu' first class meeting and we elected the students Donna Sue Cole, Pres., Stubby Gabel, vice-pres. 3 Paul Seib, Treas. 3 and Catherine Franz as Sec. Harold Miller and Mrs. Molander took the "easy" job of being our freshmen sponsors. As freshies we held our own in the scholarship contests, in the field of sports, by participat- ing in the Glee Clubs and Mixed Chorus, and being members of the Thesplan club to carry out our literary program. Then came the largely awaited event of the school year--vacation. After the three months of vacation we came back as sophomores and welcomed Dwane Vogel, Laurel Goodman, Eileen Heronemus, Louise Holmes, and Herbert Leterleg losing Tom Mathes at mid-term. Soon after, a strange malady seemed to seize some of our members and caused them to act with much fierceness and strangeness of manner. After we made a careful investigation we diagnosed it as "football. " We are happy to proclaim that we were a part of the football team that year which proved itself very capable, having only one defeat under the guidance of our new coach, Bill Goldsmith. A new activity, an all-school play, was presented under the directorship of Miss Charlotte Brlckler, and we are proud to say that many of our students participated. We elected Val Van Degrift as Pres., Dwane Vogel as Vice-pres., Eileen Heronemus as Treas., Catherine Franz as Sec., and B111 Goldsmith as our sponsor. After the final examinations we enjoyed three months of vacation. The fall of '49 we welcomed a new superintendent, Mr. Paul Andree. We felt so full of pep and ambition that we decided to spend another nine months within the walls of N. C. H. S. After about 2 days of renewing friendships and welcoming Jerry Scott as our new classmate, we suddenly realized why we were there and began to deepen the wrinkles in the gray matter of our brains. We were saddenedby the loss of Evelyn Bauer when marriage seemed more appealing than school books at mid-term. Not wishing to go without an executive branch, we elected Wayne Misner as Pres.g Val Van Degrift as Vice-pres., Vera Wasinger as Treas. 3 Rex Cranston as Sec. 3 Shirley Filbert as student council representative and Mr. Harry Linn and Miss Anita Kanak as sponsors. ,The girls came in- to athletics this year with Mr. Dey coaching a gli-l's basketball team. As usual, we had lettermen in football, basketball, baseball, and track. We extended our hospitality to the Seniors by giving a Junior-Senior banquet in their honor. We did our best to give them a pleasant evening with the theme, "Starlight" and we believe that we succeeded. In the field of Drama we put on the production of "Bolts and Nuts" with a good night and a large audience. After our track and baseball season we closed our careers as Juniors. The fatal day soon arrived and we 44 seniors came to take our places we had rightfully earned for the season of '50 a.nd '51. We welcomed Juanita Davis, losing Louise Holmes, Wilma Kreitzer, Harold Dean Gabel, and Arlene Switzer. We extended honor to Val Van Degrift by electing him as our Pres., Wayne Misner our Vice-pres., Marlene Dengate, Sec., Vera Wasinger as Treas.3 Iona Pfannestiel as student council representative and Mr. Harry Linn and .Tan Spanzy as sponsors. Again we tried our luck at giving a play. This time it was "Here Comes Charlie. " When the expenses were all paid we found that we had cleared nearly a hundred dollars which helped greatly on our Senior Sneak. We spent a lovely evening as guests at the Junior-Senior banquet with all the fried chicken we could possibly eat. They carried out the theme the "Rainbow Room" and we truly considered it an evening near heaven. We are very proud of our "51 football team" with an undefeated league season to which our class contributed so much. There was so much force and pep behind our 11 members that only one school in the W. K. E. A. was able to score a touchdown against us. Then to Rockaway Beach, Missouri, for our Senior Sneak. This was a wonderful trip and will not soon be forgotten. We 44 seniors are going to miss these years at N.C. H.S. Likewise, we hope through our accomplishments of dramatlcs, music , scholarship, sports, and the many friendships we have made, that we will also be missed. Here's to the ending of our high school careers and to the beginning of cherished memories experienced here. Pat Martin CLASS WILL We,athe Senior Class of 1951, being of sound mind and body, do hereby make this our last will and testament. Principally, and first of all, we leave to the undergraduates the high and unstained name of Ness City High School. We leave to the faculty our thanks and gratitude for the hearty co-operation they have given us. I, Delbert Briscoe, will my superior knowledge of Bookkeeping to Leon Riebel. I, Dean Buffum, will my basketball ability to Norvel Edwards. I, Donald Clouston, will my dating tactics to Chester Hogsett. Erma Coker, will my long black hair to Rosie Bauer. Shirley Coker, will my helpfulness to Joan Martin. I, Donna Sue Cole, will my crazyness to Valdah Burdett. I, Rex Cranston, will my cattle buying ability to Jim Burdett. I, Juanita Davis, will my winning smile to Enid Walter. I, Jack Delaney, will my 41 Chevy to Orren Oppliger. It's about time you had a good car to drive. ' I, Marlene Dengate, will my tricky ways with safety pins to Shelby Borger. I, Marjorie Dinkel, will my long arms to Dean Lyons. I, Mary Ann Doebbling, will my petiteness to Twill Brown. I have never had much use for it anyway. I, Roy Fercking, will an amount of my weight to anyone who wants it. Please, some- body take it. I, Shirley Filbert, will my ability to get things done to Kent Borger. I, Wilma Frank, will my quiet disposition to the underprivileged, subdued, Jeannetta Filbert. I, Catherine Franz, will my studious manner to the ever-efficient Mell Wendler. I, Marvin Gabel, will my "Up and at 'em" attitude to Don Harris. I, Stubby Gabel, will my baseball catching ability to Tony Pavlu. I, Laurel Goodman, will my place of "Honor" with Ruth Hair to Wayne Haas. I, Eugene Haas, will my ability to do everything to keep from doing anything. I, Eileen Heronemus, will my height to Donna Hogsett. I, Lillian Kanaga, will my ability to skip classes to Jigger I-Rink. This will come in mighty handy when you want to go fishing. I, Ralph Kinslow, will my ability to whoever wants it. I, Wayne Leikam, will my ability to chase Jane to Vincent Opat. Mildred Leiker, will my slacks to Mildred Doebbling. Patricia Martin, will my milk bucket to Ann Cranston. I, Jackie Petersilie, will my red hair to Theda Nelson. . I, Iona Pfaxuienstiel, will my admiration for Truman to my History teacher, Mr. Linn.. I, Lora Jean Rohr, will my ability to "stir up a stink" to. Jimmy Curtis. I, Joe Pfeifer, will my drinking knowledge to Zatis Murphy. I, Mary Ann Rohr, will my boyfriends from out of town to Carol Bondura.nt. I, Jane Ruffhead, will my jeans and sloppy shirts to Mary Holmes. I, Eugene Rupp, will my story telling ability to Jack Schroyer. I, Bob Rupp, will my football ability to Gordon Bute. I, Ardith Schuler, will my quietness and alertness to Darrell Hopper. I, Paul Seib, will my beautiful brown hair to Vincent Wirtz. I, Joyce Strobel, will my nosy-ness to Velma Kanaga. I, Jerry Scott will my stepping out ability to Maurice Korbe. I, Marilyn Taylor, will my ability to ride with my mother to Dolores Rohr. Carl Tittel, will my 5 o'clock shadow to Carroll Stecklein. Val Van Degrift, will my physique to Dennis Stegman. I, Duane Vogel, will my smooth ways with girls to Larry Yeager. I, Vera Wasinger, will my ability to write letters to soldiers to Juanita Pemb. I, Betty Wendler, will my dancing ability to Gayla Day. I, Wayne Misner, will my nose blowing ability to Wayne Haas and hope that he will be in one of Mrs. Spanzy's classes to carry on the tradition that has been so well established. Signed and sealed this 23rd day of May, 1951. L L L L L L Class Prophecy With apologies to Tennyson "For I dipped into the future Far as human eye could see Saw the visions of the world And all the wonders thats to be" Saw the graduates of Ness City, Class of 1951 Saw their many and varied achievements and all the things they had done Saw the boyfriends and the girlfriends, fathers now and mothers too Saw a lot that I had known and others that I hardly knew. Looking into the year of 1961, I see Marlene Dengate's home the scene of a class reunion. Marlene is a professional model ln New York. I The first to arrive is Ralph Klnslow who is always prepared for anything, knowing his old classmates, for Ralph ls now Ness City'sfrlendly undertaker. Right behind Ralph is Jerry Scott, the world's highest paid mechanic. My goodness is that. . .yes it is. . .it's Catherine Franz, a famous scientist, who is working for the government on Atomic re- search. There's a lot of noise coming from the door way as Iona Pfannenstlel, holding a micro- phone, is trying to tell Shirley Filbert about the professional baseball game she has to broadcast. But Shirley is too busy boasting about the Democratic Party Ito which she is a big leaderl to listen. Eileen I-Ieronemus, employed in the F.B.I. as a secretary for Edgar Hoover, is talking to Marilyn Taylor who looks very "chic" ln her Spar uniform with its sergeant stripe. My Gosh, is that. . . could that be Rex Cranston dressed in swanky clothes. Yep, I guess it is for he's wearing cowboy boots to let everyone know he's a rich cattle buyer. Beside Rex ls Delbert Briscoe carrying his pool stick and challenging Rex to a game. By now Delbert thinks he's even competition for Rex. Well behold. . . Its Lillian Kanaga a.nd she's got her twin baby boys with her. Talking to Lillian is Nita Davis who is a writer on interior decorating for Good Housekeeping. Vera Wasinger has just arrived. Since she's in Hollywood she flew here today. Vera is a beauty operator for the Hollywood stars. Another group is arriving, among them is Lora Jean Rohr, now a teacher of a private school for cheerleading, Erma Coker, a private hostess for Boeing Aircraft Company, Joyce Strobel, a famous editor of New York Times, Wilma Frank, a chief telephone operator and Marjorie Dinkela Colorado rancher's wife. In front of this group is Laurel Goodman, who is a Voc. Ag. Teacher at Manhattan, Carl Tittle, a professor at Stevens Women College, Milton Gabel, who ls still a buck private in the army doing KPduty and. . . my gosh, there's Marvin Gabel still looking and waiting for an opportunity! Heavens! It's Donna Sue Cole and Jane Ruffhead. Jane is married to a Tennessee mountaineer and Donna Sue is a school teacher in Laird! Well, there's our athletes Bob Rupp and Dean Buffum. Bob is a football coach at K. U. and Dean is a professional basketball play- er. Standlng beside them is Eugene Haas and Eugene Rupp. Eugene is No. 1 comedian of radio and television and Eugene is a car tender at a New York night Club. Oops, I-almost overlooked Paul Selb and Duane Vogel, Paul is a driver in the world's Speedways, and Duane is a national fencing champion. My gosh wlmt have we here! It's Shirley Coker and Jackie Petersllle. Jackie is a poor old housewife living on la farm and Shirley ls a miscellaneous sales woman selling every- thing from baby bottles to men shorts. Here comes Jack Delaney still wearing his judges' robe and Wayne Leikam bragging about his wheat being the best and the largest ln the West. Wow. . . is that Annie Rohr? She's in a nurse's uniform and she tells me she has married a doctor. Along with Annie is Mildred Leiker who designs the latest fashions for the Nellie Don Corporation. Oh, no. lt's Val Van Degrift and he's telling some murder mysteries that he is to broadcast on Inter- Sanctum. And there's Don Clouston struttlngarommd lighting his cigars with hundred dollar bills. Seems he's a big shot gambler. Mary Ann Doebbling seems to be wearing a big smile as she tells Ardlth Schuler, who is a teacher of Theology, about her job of Private secretary for Duxm and Brad- street. For Petes sakes it's Wayne Mlsner and Roy Fercklng. Wayne has grown another two inches and has the title of "General of the Brig", in the army. Roy, a little heavier now, is head of the National Pie Eating Contest. And last but not least comes the two late birds Pat Martin and Betty Jane Wendler. Pat is a pianist and plays weekly concerts in Carnegie Hall and Betty is a famous Pediatrlclan in a Denver Hospital. By the sound and looks of this it seems more like a Senior class meeting than a reunion. Oh yes, we have several teachers here too. It's Mr. Linn and Mrs. Spanzy. Both have grey hair. Maybe it's because they are still teaching school. The picture of the future seems to be fading away and with it all the smiling, laughing' faces of the students of fifty-one. Senior Sneak Trip We left on our sneak trip at 12: o'clock Friday night, May 12th in a chartered Continental Bus with 41 Seniors, two sponsors, Mrs. Spanzy and Mr. Linn, and the bus driver, Hal Ligon. We made our first stop at Great Bend and arrived inWlchlta at 4:15 a. m. After an hour stop for breakfast we continued on our journey toward Rockaway Beach, Missouri. We arrived at our destination at 4:15 p. m. Some of the activities carried on on the bus were: card games, sleeping, reading, singing and pestering "Cuddles" Qbetter known as Mrs. Spanzyl and Mr. Linn. Joe Pfeifer was co-pilot for Hal and did the tire checking at every stop. He was sometimes left behind and had to catch the bus. Wilma fFrankiel Frank was the only one who became ill on the bus. The boys' cabins were built of stone and situated on the waterfront, the girls' were white and were back of the boys'. From four to eight persons shared the cabins, and each was equipped with modern cooking conveniences which were taken advant- age of by all the students. We spent Saturday evening rather quiet because we had to be in by 10 p. m. Sunday morning a number of the boys got up at 4 a. m. and awakened the rest of the students. Breakfast was a hub-bub. Everybody was borrowing cream, sugar, lard, salt and pepper. Items which were forgotten when groceries were bought the night before. Later on in the morning boats were sent to Branson to take all the kids who wanted to attend church. A number of activities were enjoyed by the students during thefour day stay. These included: ping-pong, tennis, badminton, miniature golf, swimming, fishing, horse- back riding, dancing, and three or four different types of boat riding. One evening as Mr. Linn was getting ready to retire he found he couldn't get his feet to the bottom of the bed. He came to the conclusion his bed had been short- sheeted. One of the girls' who is used to sleeping with her sister, couldn't find any one to cuddle with, which made the night a little chilly. Poison ivy was contracted by one student which kept her in bed for two days. On Tuesday, an 85 mile tour was made through the Shepherd of the Hills coxmtry. A dam and a cave were also visited along the way. We left Rockaway Thursday morning at 3:30 and came back through Arkansas and Oklahoma to Wichita, Kansas, where we spent the night. While there we visited Boeing Aircraft Plant and a number of interesting places. We left Wichita at 1 p. m. Friday afternoon and arrived at Ness City at 6. It wasn't difficult to tell that we had arrived because of the singing, yelling and blowing of air horns when we hit the city limits. The yells consisted mostly of "We wanta go back to Rockaway". 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