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

 - Class of 1953

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P' 8 T Q. 9954. al' ruff 5? .fre ,, "1 'fl 0444 Sahara! 525 Na 90 Member of Ibn XVestern Kansls lducatnon Assocratlon League Kansas Stlte Hlgh School Actmtres Assoclatlon North Centrxl l'XSSlXl1flOI'l ot Colleges and Secondary Schools an One hundred per eent rn Ness Couny Teachers Assoeratlon One hundred per rent rn lxansas State Te lchers Assoclatnon One hundred per cent rn Natronal Lducatlon Assocratxon Beloy ed Ness Crty Hugh School vshere Old Krug Cloele held svsay and alternated the hours of sound and srlenee vuth an 1ron hand whose doors admntted us to four fleetmg years of study fun 1nd preparatnon for naturrty the marle that some of us hnt and others camc- close to Wfhere beyond mndovs ed doors were stately exerereens whleh moyed wrth eyery breeze from T1me's qunet passmg that sometrmes bowed thelr heads, and dlpped thenr branches under heay y', snowy mantlcs NESS CITY MOTOR COMPANY VYRL XV LEVAN REALTOR 5 8 . J.. 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C. 4 I ,111-I1 -,,-1-url ,. vf A' ll ll :nl"" "Pri: IEIEIIII Z- s. 'vi .--""""- r x '55 Teachers from kmdcrgar en to exery department rn the semor hrzeh school are an mtegral part of our school and must be woven into PACI LTY of the Ness Crty Public Schools xx ho haxe mth such patient and unselfnsh seruce gulded our footsteps In the paths of rnght and duty and hate led us to hlgher and nobler aehnexements we respectfully dedlcate the 1955 EAGLE as a token of our slneere ratxtude for thenr untrrmg efforts therr mspnratxonal leaclershxp and thexr constant dexo tlon to our cxery netd THE STAFF L A ANTENEN FARM BLREAU INSURANCE XVHITFIELD FEED 8. SEED STORY 5 Xl 0 M X , I, 'is 5-1 'I I 1 W .I I , f l.l . ' N GV F f' X 1 !. ff DN -I Z g- 4 E . I the yearbook theme "Steps In Education." Then to the 1952 h 1953 ' lj , . ' , ' K , v, ,' x - , ' . F' 4 1 I I A F 's I2 I 1 ' .3 A 'O I rom Rau Helen Prose Ann Cranston Twrlla Brown Gordon Bute and Georg1anna Boyde Bark Rau uanrta Pember DeLynn Humburg Laur1ce Marghexm and nm lrltzler were fa1thful asslstants rn plannmg THF EAGLE and the f1fSt yearbook dance ll 'lfeafziook pfannefui spend countless hours workxng to put out the 1953 EACLE whlch w1ll help to recall the happy year at NCHa Let Dean Lyon ed1tor Paulme Brungarcll advxsor and oan Wfasmger co editor plan new fea tures of the yearbook 'WWF Betty Io Smrth Jeanette Fllbert Ray bchoon over and Marvm Maner conducted the most success ful adwertxsmg campalgn of recent years and Mar vm was the top salesman A-ali? 6 The four class treasurers Sandra Lee Stxeben semor Kay Eckels Freshman Dee Doebbelxng sophomore and Gerald Opplxger jumor who effx clently managed the yearbook sale Sandra sold the most books of f N 1 ' x f V , i F . r ' H' B 11 -- f N 1- V . - . L , A 5 ' Q 23,3 z 4 V1 1 7 7 - '-J , r l 1 J . 1 A , ,Q . ' . , f . s f- f r , - 4 If J 7 . v s . " r,., fs -.. , . ,,2:f" ' ' 1 -.... , , K ' f, A 4 K A .- . K t ' 1 .V . f P . , 3 . a. ,SA f . ' . 'I I J' 4' 5 A . 4 ., V' 4 X l T , - , , .. ,si , f t ,gf y aff. N , ...v,sf... t' j l J 1 ' 1 ' Q 1 1 1 Y . . . V . . . ,- x ' ' 9 ' V 6464.2-IM if wicfance PAUL H. ANDREE S U PERI NTE NDENT Heading the administration as Chief of All Personnel, we find the calm and neat appearance of our Superintendent Paul H. Andree. Under his watchful eye, the Ness City Public Schools have again been able to record success in many education- al projects with the co-operation of both the faculty and student body. I' 'Q ' ....,-..i f 3, Board Memberr--Elmer Humburg, Treasurer Fred Burditt, Clerkg Roy H. Billings, Director SOURCEFUL - - RESOURCEFUL Once again we wish to give special recognition to our school board for the work that makes our school system possible. Employing teachers and cus todians and making up the budget for the school year are only two of the many important tasks they perform. Their efforts toward improvement seem untiring. Though they may not receive the thanks they deserve, we want them to know we realize that they are primarily responsible for making our "school days" possible. FLOYD at FLOYD ABsTRAcTrRs PRINCIPAL HANAN s CAFE owe., 0 m f ,,,.... Allene Huxman ' v -v Mrs. Hilda Stoss Kindergarten Firxt Grade Mrs Roy Bnllmgs Subftztule Teacher QW Helen Foster Mabel Pugh Second Grade Szxtb Grade Vera Brown X Claretta Pfannenstxel Fourth Grade """" Third Grade Elmo Merrrtt Fzftb Grade .l Ag an 'N Mrs Roger 1' unk Ruth jedllcka Walter Coker Ruth Stutz LUEIIHS- Murray Sebolaarze Fazrplay Cuftodzan Vocal Mum' If High Girl: Pla Ed 8 I W Qwl v ,Bl v . 'Z' s G -dl ' 4a r I., I 'L Asia g.4li awaa, KNOWLEDGE IS POWER gl lm Harold Durst Sczenre "W 5,8 Axlene Durst fr Hzgly Hulofy ID' Bernard Roy Englrfb Baykelball C oacb --.5 Paulme Brungardt C ommefre '33 -ol eil Warren E Stone Wllma Preston Leland V Hxgh Harry H Llnn Hutory 1139 ln, 'Rn' ZW Edxth O Lxnn Englzfh Latin Wm T Goldsmrth Foolball Coach Manual Trazmng l Patrrcxa O Toole Wayne Muller Vocatzonal Home Economzrf Mun: En glzfh 8: Speed: Cuxtodzan g :ru ure 9 A r It t 5 ...... . V ag' ,Q : vie 1 ! 7:4 . - K - ,l , 1 I L 1 A n , -J ,, l l K it ""'s. The Home Economics Class observes the demonstration of the art of cake dec- orating. x sczmz mg, The Amerlcan History Class took a moment from xts concentrated asslgnments to pose for the pxcture A lot of cred1t for thc success of thls 1953 EAGLE IS due to the cfflclent as slstance of the Typmg Two class A watchful eye observes all in the Physics class. AINGJIS The proper use of words and sen- tences are being studied in the English I class. Mary Catherine Seib and Helen Prose get all in readiness for the final printing of the EAGLE OBSERVER. In an atmosphere filled with the clicking of typewriters we find a number of students developing their talents into the perfect office helper. X. Y! A student cooked meals and happy smiles are found in the Foods class C f . Q 1 Sluclenl Hound! A popular group in the high school is the Student Council, which has as its major aim the inauguration of student government through student participation. One of its successful projects has been the responsibility to provide ample recreation during the noon hour. ii Seated-Marilyn Mellies, Dean.Lyon, Secretary-Treasurer, Cletus Rupp, Presidentg Helen Prose, Vice-President, Clay W. Brown, Advisor. Slmzdifzg-Mildred Doeb- beling, Howard Delaney, Dwayne Sculley, Tom Kohl, Ronnie Leiker, Vyrl Walters, Billy Haas. Y ehopfm ill Slepfi af Zfne 7fmee RZ incfeaqafzlen Front Rau'-Thomas Rein, Joan Schoonover, Lynne Harkness, Nancy Herrick, Eldon Grumbein, Eldon Howard, Larry Abel, Dana Dee Dirks, Linda Depee, Allene Huxman, Teacher. Middle Raw-Nancy Legg, Thelma Turley, Mike Feh- renbach, Joyce Meis, Connie Bain, Larry Mai, Bradley Giles, James Harkness, Wanita Johnston, Donald Rainey. Back Row-Janea Murphy, Carolyn Messersmith, Mike Klein, Alfred Stecklein, Danny Mauch, Gerald Hurst, Steve Cranston, Steven Hanan, Joyce Cranston, Irma Gabel, CNot Pictured: Nancy Brownb. THE TOGGERY SHOP HARKNESS INSURANCE 8: ABSTRACT CO1 12 024441 Quia P10711 Rau Pat Gnles Donny Hann Ceexl Donohoe Lxnda Burns Rlchard Morley Dale Knser Darrell Gross Neal Delaney Mrs Hllda Stoss Teacher Mzddle Rau Stephen ohnston IIUHIIC Lynch Susle Harkness Eugene Stoppel Terry Wasslnger ohn Healzer Ralph Rothe Mrke Monroe Della Rufenacht Lmda Coker udy Rothe Bark Rau Carolyn Ruff Dlana Herman Sherry Drnsmore oyce Rufenacht ucly Tanck V1ek1eSt1awalt Colette Lexan eanette Petersnlle Bexerly Graham Dayld arv1s Karren Hanhardt rmmy Coker Q-JI if Second Qaeda Iron! Ron canette Regxer oan Marcus Chery Golclsmnth Lmcla Stum Bradley Barrows Bllly Lohrey Rreharrl Mlsner Beyerly Brooks George X73HDCgflff Helen Poster Teacher llzddfe Rou Eleanor Denslovw Donna Fose Tommy Ruff Tane Smyth Dean Delaney Susre Klem Melyrlle Petersrlre Robert Humburg Mar1lyn Godvun Bobble o Dayenport Charles Barrows ean Bam Bak R014 Mary Ann Maueh Mnhael ohnston Pamela Laas Leah Beth Hawkxns ohnny Loutt Marcla Marghexm aneen Benleula Kent Depee onette lxtzeerald Dale Rufenacht Gracna Margherm Anne Hrgh Bonme Stenzel SCOTT S CHAMPLIN SERVICE JOHN HANN IMPLEMENT CO 3 Iwul Qaeda from R011 Sonya Schweitzer Dorothy Schoonoxer Patty Densloyy Harriet Cooley Barry Billings Gladys Reincrt Clarctta Pfannensticl Tcachcr Middle R014 Norma jean Walters unior Boydc odcll Kanaga Sharon Kay Delaney Billy Dee Johnston Dennis Miner Axis Borgcr Bak Ron Charles Siglcy Terry Swartz B1lly1 Hawkins Cheryl Harkness Eddie Wfassingcr Sharon can Daniels Larry Mauch Carl Wforlev Bobby Fose QNot Pictured Barbara Harold and Lynn Goucherj I 4 4au4!la Qaazle Frou! Rau'-Frona Coker Stephen Rathbun Florence Barrows Bertha Harris udy Rufenacht Phyllis Beard Carol Thiel Mary' Ellen O Brien 'era Brovsn Teacher. Middle Rau'-Leslie Cunningham Dorothy' Ellis Eugene VanDegrift Wayne Gross Lillian Fose Frank Regier Kay' Raskopf immy Herman Janice Goldsmith Marion Delaney. Back R0u'JLee Dirks anet Wfalters ames Claypool Sharity Benkula Paula Antenen Carol Schaben Evelyn Stecklein LoRee Kiser jon Charles Humburf' Darrell McCulley Xlifilbert Wagner LNot Pictured: Harold Schuler 14 6 02411. qua, f70lIf Rau Sherron Hanan erry Michaelis Carolyn Carpenter Tom Linn Garry Switzer Russel Burditt Dean McCulley Nyla Rothe Kenneth Stieben Elmo Mer ritt Teaeher llzddle R011 Sherry Stum Daniel Margheim Larry Stum Donnie Schvyein Marygarett Schuler Larry Scott Betty Curry Larry Legg Stanley Stieben Douglas Hoyd erry Handhart Bari Rau Ellen Arnold Patrieia Cunningham Shiela Sehwitzer Richard Loyitt Gary Betz Lee Shauers lxaren Stenzel Kay Doeb beling Max Sheldon Lynn Nelson Gerald Eeleels Corinne Mareus CNor Pictured Dean Pegg and Kay Summeyj 5 surf, aw, Front Row- aekie Cline Tommy' ones Harold Godvsin Larry' Brown Peter Mar- cus Shirley Leterle enean Stum Bonnie Carpenter Vern Hanan irnmy' Dinsmore. Middle Ron'-Louis Kaup Diana Sigley' Robert Ral-eer Connie Coker LeRoy' Schoonover Lois McCoy' Anita XVorley' o McCreight Shirley' Ellis. Bark Row- Mrs, Mabel Pugh Teacher' udy' Oppliger Larry Schwartz Terry' VanDegrift Ann Clouston Roger Arnold Libby Kiser Larry' McCoy' Vicky Klein Eldon Strobel John Mauch. STANDARD SERVICE STATION MINER BROTHERS COMPANY 15 Seaenifz Qaacle lmnl Rnu Dc Wayne Mnchaclrs Dean Carmen Lenonard F1115 Rrchard Raker Boyd Bcutler Sondra Brown Lrnda Danrcls Lois OBrien lilddl Rau, Jo Ann pClCI'Slll6 Gene Delaney Sue Mlsner Martha Loutt Mary Dmsmore Gall Harrrs Larry Raskopf Sharon Mauch Bark Row Stan Depee Don Humburg Carlyn Koes ter Donna Sehuler julie Lyon an Hawkxnson Ter y Cokcr Krmberly Toland CNot Prctured Sue Ann Antenen and Charlotte Goodwmj 'Yi lui .eafwf amz., Fawn Rauf Barbara Lmn Karen Smyth Illa jones Tvs yla Rothe Margaret Hawkrns Arlene Beck Barbara Cunnmgham Elalne Howard Middle Rau Gaylen Marghe1m Ronald Eckles Rodney Barrows jrm Mnsner Roberta Davenport Nancy Raskopf George Rufenacht Krcg Pctcrslllc Barb R014 Gary Coker Bull Tanck Dernas Dmgcs ohnny Lorhey Gary Kanaga Frrol Klnsmger Van Havukrns Jerold Borger CNot Plctured Roberta Gaucher Barbara Summey and Grlbert Wellen JOF XVEILERT WEST SIDE SERVICE INC 16 ay,-at 9 '?' 4a"'1"zf4f Le t to Rzgbt Stanley Cranston anls Cranston Duane Pember M1 Ruth jedllcka Shella Betz Stephen Frusher Carol Pember 1" Shdmue llly Stlctz Sandra Knotts Dorothy Hemel Karen Schnerdewmd Sabra Knotts Bonmc Schncxdtwmd Bark R014 Gary Schncxdewxnd James Stnetz Carol Hemel Ronme Hemel jan Clouston Mrs Roger Funk 17 Front R011 B -ahvmqv 1 l ka . 4 I ,M 4 K X' , A , x Q'-N. . 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Fayctta Hur r Da L Rupp joan Arnold Fmma Opat Wrllard Mels Shxrley Stoeppcl 7? ,qw ,. v . . 'Q 5: ,I s 'X . . .Q 'txt U- I .Q I ,f e -- -- F, 0 J. . :gf '19 - 2 . . W , 5: - ,la . , i I 'Pu . .f 0' " L , b e I r us 'a 2 1' 5 1 S , ,' I N F., N, 1 J ' R , V' - . at ' .I ff - h I . ,fir 'rg 1 H s,. A IQ' LP. , .K .A fi n., I ' fmzior Clan Officery-Riclxard Finnin, Sec- retaryg Thomas Stoecklein, Vice-Presidentg Tom Kohl, Presidentg and Gerald Oppliger, ,Xl xl!! I Treasurer. 1X a rm' , mf Hllllrb llllllllllllll. The garden sane of tne banquet from the theme Starlrght rn the Cxrdnn A scene from the class play Hobgoblrn House posed are Eleanor Arnold Rrchard Fxnn rn and Cordon Bute Oh Mrss us Guh Guh Ghost dont klll me Duh Dont lull me ,Nr-xf ill -1-Q unrors and honored g.,uLst5 cn oyrng, the banquet 5 C D BONDI RAN1 CRFXIN COMPANY . V I- -, Y. , !,,l U V,,'f:,: 'V Cav 3, , X o 5' W do ' H H,- . S , V 8 3, ky ls., ' ' 'A , ' ,ll Ill A h fr - , 1 . ., " , 'kv ' 4 L . 5,1 W riifrzrirzrr ROBINSONil5m!w' in Lfmmffe 24 Cul T f"? I -4 'U' Harold Durst Sponrm Patrrcra O Toole Sponsof Terry Borger Mary jane Sauer Ray Mudd Dawn lzlda Reed Dan Nelson Merle Harms Mxldred Doebbelmg Rrta Raskoph uanlta Pember Arlen Walter Betty Werth Arlene Coker Chester Hogsctt Kent Borger Charlene Kxser GAMBLE STORE 5 .43 if 'I LX asf nfl N--2 xl' ff 4. all " ZR lllfi X . N' I 4 43 ,yr X 4 -5 Q V, , . "' W 7 C v 4 A K . ' l . , 'T 7" - . , l... Q xl' J ' . R C I, b xy ' 1' - , 5 ,' 4 4 ' 'df as C-an -. C f ., , M, - 5.-l ,., I - Xxx ' .V A rf' ' 1 ' I '. D 4: M y 43 11 ' N . A . V E PEMBER LOCKER SERVICE 2 f? Q ' 7"' Davy Rothe "' Luella C l1ne Eugene Wagner Marjorle Beck erry Mers 4' Gerald Opplrgcr Rxchard fmnm llcanor Arnolo ?"'P Robert Kreutzcr Shelby Kay Borger Vyrl Slaglc C '-as Larry Yeager 1 Dewey Sehuler uamta Stralt Ralph Rerbcl A A., llmagcne Mauch Russell Gabel Brlly Gross , 8 L-ax 25191 " SLACLL IMPLEMTNT AND SERVICE C0lIllD!lllI6l2fJ of YINQIIN S NESS BOWL 2 Nsa ll 3 5' A Alfred chwartzkopf Carroll Lee Srecklem Albert Grurnbem Orvrlle Werth Lyn Rohr Tom Stoecklein Thomas Kohl Delores Worley Frances Leterlc James Curtls Gordon Bute Pat Legg Donna Munch Leroy Munch Charles Shauers Twila Dinkel DeLynn Humberg Darrell Hopper KOHL PHARMACY 27 ,Q 'X X 040 -"7 vf- 4 " ' If l,f' 'xf efnaplea 'U 7f1eae will Le 14 lueefinq lxr Nm of F9 71- 7een4 Cabifzel-Wanda Lyon, Mary Holmes, Publicity Chairman, DeLynn Humburg, Vice-President, Jeanette Filbert, Musicg Ann Cranston, Treasurer, Eleanor Arnold, Worship, Marilyn Mellis, Student Council, Mildred Doebbeling, Secretary, Twilla Brown, Music, Ruth Hair, Service, Betty Jo Smith, Social, Sandra Steiben, President. Second Ro1l'HDonna Wagner, Janice Rufenacht, Mary Hawkinson, Pat Burditt, Janice Whitley', Wilina Schaben, Twyla Borger, Verda Delaney, Wfanda XVorley, Wilma Jones, Donna Lyon, Third Rau'-Luella Cline, Dawn Elda Reed, Fayetta Hurst, Shirley Michaelis, Shirley Stoppel, Henrietta Koester, Joan Arnold, Vera McCoy, Rita Raskopf, Rosie Bauer, Juanita Strait, Shirley Delaney, Cora XValters. Bark Rour- Ailene Durst, Sponsor, Arlene Coker, Juanita Fember, Ruth Cranston, Valdah Burditt, Helen Prose, Evelyn Kanaga, Arlene Hemel, Vera Lee Feuers, Carolyn Beutler, Karen Hair, Carol Legg. Y-Teen OUR PURPOSE To build a fellowship of women and girls to the task of realizing in our common life those ideas of personal an'd social livin to which we are committed by our faith . - g as Christians. In this endeavor we seek to understand Jesus to share His love for all people. and to grow in thc knowledge and love of God. OUR MOTTO "I am come that they may have life and that they may have it abundantly." 28 F' f 'F' vit , ' .,,,, .. X I In e"i I-Q l I .xff w, xi..- 1 0 A' N--.1 We is U .LL- qalaae aaameu GJ rqmefuba Frou! Ron'-Wfarren E. Stone. Adviserg Dick Vogel, Reporter: Dean Lyon, Vice- Presidentg Howard Delaney, Presidentg jim Barditt, Secretaryg Dee Doebbeling, Treasurer, Verl XValters, Sentinel, Second Rflll'-f-l-lHlj' Stum, jerry Reinert, james Clouston, Delbert Shauers, Larry Reinert, Ralph Fose, Marlin Stum, Kent Borger. Third Rou'fDewey Schuler, Clyde Lovitt, Robert Seib, Carl Fllis, Wfillard Meis. Arlen Walter, Ralph Reibel, Billy Gross, Arlyn Harris. Fflllffh R0u'fBruce Cun- ningham, Larry Yaeger, Charles Stegman, Dave Schuler,'Raymond Mudd. Darrell Stenzel, Maurice Franz, Terry Borger, Danny Nelson. Bmrk Rau'-Eugene Wagner, LeRoy Munch, Gerald Frank, jim Fritzler, Robert Kreutzer, Chester Hogsett. Charles Shauers, Merle Harris, Alfred Schwartzkopf, Laurice Margheim. Dale Rupp and Tommy McCoy not picturedj. One of the most active organizations in the subject matter field has been the FFA, which is under the sponsorship of Voc. Ag. and contains forty-five members. The Ritual team received a gold rating at Dodge City. The Chapter sponsored .1 basketball game between the Red Heads and Ness City Towners. Dean Lyon, jim Fritzler and Chester Hogsett placed second out of twelve other teams in the Ness City poultry judging show. Chester placed Second of the individuals. The Chapter attended the Lakin Shop School on March 25. Delbert Shauers rated second of the individuals in the District Aberdeen Angus show held at the Harold Geis farm. ln the State Contest at Manhattan the Agricultural team consisting of Chester Hogsett, Marlin Stum and Merle ' Harris rated in the Silver division in dairy judging and in the Bronze divison in poultry and animal husbandry judg- ing. As individuals Chester placed in the Silver division and Merle in the Bronze division in dairy judging. Laurice Margheim and Maurice Franz represented the Chapter in the State Shop contest where Maurice made 399 points out of 400 in the tractor operation contest. The Chapter exhibited one farm shop project at the Western Kansas Mfg. Assn. at Hays. The caftle squeeze made by Eugene Wfagner and other FFA members, was ,J selected and were awarded FIRST place by the association, Prizes consisting of S50 and two grease guns were ac- cepted by the officers of the NCI-IS Chapter. -W9 JC'-w f ea- iefisaw 7 1+ ? Q V7 J Q P-'lfl04, X QR o 0 X x 5, 1 00? .Al " ' Qui! I7 r X , . Q' fp. , Ct r"f' " ,f n N ' I- 'V' :J C --.-: nuff '-l.:."TRX"' Q ff" A- Q xf 'X X 'X t. J ' 29 L ,.f-r"smf'Sr'+ !V6uA lirozzf Row: Lyle Raker, Dwight Wagner, Virgil Vogel, Harry VanDegrift, Darrell Hopper, Marvin Maier, Keith Funk, Ralph Fose, Wfilliam T. ,Goldsmith, sponsor. Semnd row: William Rohr, Thomas Stoecklein, Kent Farrell, Chester Hogsett, Carq roll Stecklein, Dewey Schuler, Dennis Stegman, jerry Meis, Ronald Leiker, Jack Schroyer, Eugene Wagner. Third Row: Dick Vogel, Davy Rothc, jim Fritzler, Dean Lyon, lim Stoecklein, Alfred Schwartzkopf, Robert Kreutzer, Albert Grumbein, Dick Finnin, Tom Kohl, Marlin Stum. in which 13 seniors, 13 juniors, and 4 sophomores participated. Keith Funk, President, Dennis Stegman, Vice-Presidentg Dick Vogel, Secretary-Treasurerg and -lim Fritzler, Student Council ."' 5:??2'1f1'7' Representative. To be eligible for the N Club, students must earn t a letter in football, basketball, track or baseball. The purpose of I ' the club is to promote more school spirit among the athletes as A I well as the student body. The N Club consisted of thirty Ness City High School boys . at 1 ,B . Y W l efzaplea W! '7ime Gul 404 7afenl Vocal Clinic Director, Clayton Krehbiel of Kansas University, and his Accompanist. "'f"r'i 5902 4, 6 , , , rsxis an V .,,,Q F' fy I 4 4 i 1 A A' ' frnl'uKi'i:..",- N Q., y.. wswqmaw 1 R -, v N YM Q ,...'.' N M d ci f ii WKEA i vif"""F"""" Z L ' ' ii W vl!iWio?55" assc ioruscs o t c 1 M J- . . . ' "T ' I I I 4 if - r , -v an , ...l,..r gr Vocal Clinic at Scott City. In the l F ' 'vw ' . . ' 1 , -"-awk-A my A' ' f l t ' -- ,,-- -V: iq' uf' "' ' ' Aiwl 4 MP2 ff Chorus ed H f zrff, 2 rmznfmunmnmmg .Ja vocal concert for thc public. . n f ,. P rs , A Q A 0 A A q x ln an Tn. lg-irq-9.5 A' A rw '-AUP-1 n'413!An qlh26li 4-AA ,-Lag,-XA -A AA, fy qffn City, under the direction of Dr. Robcrt Buggcrt of XVichit.1 University, P twill iss ' The XVKEA masscd concert band clinic liclcl in Ness .am ff' MA'lORlfTTlf .incl TXVIRLFRS for the March- ing Baiul. Carol lczg. Mary Holmcs. jcancttc lfilbcrt. XV.1nd,1 'Io Lyon. Sintlriz Sticlvcn. 51 D' Daniels. eoncefdf FLUTE QUARTET--Twilla Brown, De Lynn I-lumburg, Sue Ann Antenen, Linda LLARINET QUARTET? Carolyn Beutler. Betty ,lo Smith, leanette liilhert, Ann Cran- ston, District Rating Il. The Ness City High School Band had a very busy year, as any one of the sixty or more members could tell you. 1 H Leland V. High directed their musical efforts for his fourth year in Ness City. l it Bam! TRUMPET TRIO Jack Schroyer. Lyle Raker. Gerald Op- pliger. SAXAPHONZ -DIWXRTET Wilma Schnben Yciex Feures, Barbara Linn, Karen Szryzln, 2'1f'9fe In December and February, the concert band gave its Jeanette Elbert annual Midwintcr concerts at the Grade School Auditorium and presented themselves with success at the graduation exercises. Drum ilfajorelle 52122-V' foxy! Wh Donflnnf' wmzfvfm f i: 5,5 in """'i'i"'e' iff' ' Z4 Zi' GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIO-Ann Cranston, Donna iw'-"1 Muneh, Mary Catherine Seib, joan Wfasinger, Jeanette Filbert, Catherine Sehuler, Ruth Hair, Shirley Miehaelis, Sandra Stieben. GIRLS' SEXTET-Ida Belle Rohr, Vera Lee Feuers, Mary Holmes, Shelby Kay Borger, Ar- lene Coker, Roberta Leiker. .iv 'Q 'V 4. hL1'Qke em The Ness City High School Girls' Glee Club, under the capable direction of Miss Ruth Stutz, was enjoyed throughout the year. Ann Cranston, accompanist. , on 00001 196 PM Pflfh 4 V ' 4 A ' , 1' 'lr ,em 1 Q2-6410166-Z m'f5AP V i l x 211 ' Ruth SUIYZ S3 Vocal Mzuif i lfzrtrzzrtor nec! Gfuvwa The Mixed Chorus under the capable direction of Leland V. High is composed of a group of voices selected by try-outs. The group made a puhlic appearance at Com- mencement and took part in the XVKEA Vocal Clinic at Scott City. Carolyn Beutler, accompanist. P -nf F U5 av-A if? .A M , , x , 2 Ss lf, i gf' J gg-AQLO 99606 A BOYS' OCTETTE-Marvin Maier Gerald Op pliger, Virgil Vogel, Dick Vogel Lyle Raker Chet Hogsett. Gordon Bute, jim Fritzler i 131 fl 'NIUR PLAY CAST: Sillifzg- ,-'A Mildred Docbbeling, Dick Finnin. Eleanor Arnold. !ii'I..'im Huinburg, Shclhy Kay liorger, Marjorie Beck, anti Delores XVorley. Ifnfiffg- Tom Kohl, Davy Rothe. Gordan Bute, Carroll Stctklein, Tom Stoecklein. 'iitrif ni Cv'Toolc, Director. Iaamaiic pfwlenfaliand 'FIII1 ,IUNIOR CLASS THE SENIOR CLASS 9 INF'-4 City Iiigh School uf' Ness City High School Pre fm Prefenfr HCDISKEOBI IN HOUSE" "A CREDIT TO THE FAMILY fli'L.'.l1i znystery-tomedy a three-act comedy . -,-' 'l.1yT-slvias by Lee Sherman SENIOR PLAY CAST: Srmzdizzg-Dick Vogel, Ann Cranston, Dean Lyon, Ioan Wfasinger, Edith O. Linn, Director, Clerus Rupp, Betty jo Smith, Shirley Delaney. Marvin Maier, and Sandra Lee Stieben. Sitting-Keith Funk, Jeanette Filbert, Howard Delaney, Twilla Brown, and Mary Catherine Seib. - 3 6 wma Speech it .Edeaafuf 'K "s"si'lfif't's-Q 'KY oawacz fum, ew "The Purple Door Knob" NCI-lS's one-act play, received a I rating at the WKEA Drama Festival held at Leoti and a III rating .it the District Drama Fes- tival at Dodge City. Jeanette Filbert and Ann Cranston were selected for the all-star cast. The players were Delores Worley, Jeanette Filbert and Ann Cranston. Patricia O'Toole directed the plav. Sl5ATl7D: lil-,-.arm gin, I-l, r.- N. li livin-ifrr Da-I 'f if'.:'fl".1r,'1 Sanurl Lee Sti6bCr1, Ruth Hair Jr.r.ic'li. idler.-:'1. 1 -:Q :fl'ANl3lNLr: l-ditli O. Linn, SPOnSOrL 1 5 1 1 ' Vi' . fi ' . 'ig l,riw.cio.r lint J-.mn Xldissnlg-gi. 'linm Kohl, Rufio fbaama The NCI-IS radio players earned a III Illlllg at the Drama Festival. "Inside a Kids Head" was brmulmst by Cletus Rupp, Gordon Bute, Twilla Brown, Kent Ferrell, Betty Jo Smith, Ray Schoonover, Sandra Let Stieben, and Dean Lyon. Three readings were presented at the festival and all received a IV rating. They' included a dramatic reading by Juanita Pember, and humorous reading by Fayetta Hurst and Ray Schoonover. R efnaplea Wi! efzeeu am! efnallengoi Pep Bcwcl Nothing adds inspiration to an occasion like the sparkling music of a good pep band. The Ness City High School gridiron and basketball court are the scenes of many thrilling battles along with the additional spirit of the Pep Band. which is an outgrowth of the concert and marching bands. "Go You Ness Eagles" was always a specialty of the marching and Pep Bands tha: really went out to put on a good halftime show at football games, basketball games and pep rallies. r I 1, TQ' lvl 'l Kira .499 ws .1 U X X X53 f N 4 Ill Pig, 7 L, Gfzewleacleaa The familiar faces of our cheer leaders are Helen Prose Ray Schoon over and Betty 'Io Smith IV-Zzffea The newly organized pep club is the gen- erating torce that motivates the enthusiasm, pep, and excitement at assemblies, rallies, and all sport activities. Under the guidance of LuElma Murray and the capable leader- ship of the officers and cheerleaders the N-Ette Club has had a successful year. President, De Lynn Humburgg Vice-Presi- dent, Eleanor Arnoldg Secretary-Treasurer, Karen Hair. ' , i 7 O 0 MIIB FIRST ROXV: Paul H. Andree. coach Arlene Coker Delores XVorley joan Wasinger Jeanette Filbert, Twilla Brown, Vary Holmes I.uFlla Cline and LuElma Murray Sponsor. SECOND ROVU: Virginia Ellis Wanda Worley Donna Vlfagner Vera Lee Feuers, Janice Wfhitley, Rosie Bauer Velma Kanaga and Kay Eckels FIRST TEAM SCORES SECOND TEAM SCORES Ness City 33 Utica 27 Ness City Utica Ness City 41 Utica 59 Ness City Utica Ness City 40 Dighton 42 Ness City Drghton YYY-' fi dp SEASON S RECORD LEAGUE STANDINGS ff Eff If! gffl me "" 'M 'kwa ' :Z x I .1 Ps 195.2 7016514 goalie!! 6 amfuani 'IRONT ROW Eugene Wagner Marlrn Stum Tom Kohl Tom Stoecl-.lem Davy Rothc Lyle Ralxcr Bernard Roy Assrstant Coach SECOND ROW' Ralph Ifose Harry VanDegrrfr Gerald Opplrgcr Marxrn Marer Vrrgrl Vogel Drck Vogel Drck Irnnrn Darrell Hopper Ralph Rebel THIRD ROW Xvlllldm T Goldsmith Head Coach Dvnght Wagner Kerth Iunlc rm Frrtzler Jrm Stoecklern Merle Hams Dennrs Stcgman erry Mers Dean Lyon Devwey Schuler Clay W Brown Lme Coach BACK ROW Brll Rohr Roger McCre1ght Davsyne Sculley Larry Remert Walter Colcer Daud Schuler Charles Stegman Gary OBr1en Gene Gabel Arlvn Harrrs ack Schroyer Brll Haas Ness Ness Ness Ness Nless Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness C1 C1 rt C1 C1t Crt Crt C1 C1ty City Dodge Crty Leotr LaCrosse WaKeenes Trrbune Drghton Scott Crty jetmore 45 Bazxne 320 B SQUAD SCORES Ness City 52 Dighton Ness City 32 Dighton Ness City 84 Ness C rty Scott Crty LaCrosse jetmore Trrbune D1 ghton Lcotr 0 49 won ned lost 'G W , 2 X percent I O00 Q 000 SEQ jd ' i 'g tk' lf. ' E- CA-'S N 'l Q 2 t lm l Q X 0 , CV5 X ' DEM N.'I'l2 FARM STORY? DUIIY il' 1Ml3'LE3llEN'I' C-f. 40 Left Tackle Guard --Q 'FN Left Dennis Stegman Blocking Bark M244 Gm, Zlaazfdall Scam 1949 SEASON RECORD 1948 SEASON RECORD Ness 5 2 Ransom 0 Ness 39 Macksville 0 Ness 7 XVHKCGUSY 13 Ness O Leoti 6 Ness 20 Qumfef 0 Ness 18 Claflin 1 2 Ness 13 Cliifllfl 6 Ness 26 LaCrosse 26 Iglless 7 LCYUTOZ' 6 Ness 12 XVaKeeney 18 C55 15 COW WY 0 Ness 35 Tribune 6 TEIZUZEQZI Ness 50 LaCrosse 13 Ness 12 Scott City 12 Ness 21 Bazine 7 NQ55 15 Dighton 6 T Ness 6 jetmore 1 5 18 4 3 5 Ness 7 Bazine 0 168 101 1950 SEASON RECORD 1951 SEASON RECORD Ness 38 Ransom 0 Ness 38 Ransom 0 Ness 13 Leoti 0 Ness 39 Leoti 0 Ness 28 LaCrosse 6 Ness 40 LaCrosse 14 Ness 12 XX'aKeeney 14 Ness 3 5 XWaKeeney 7 Ness 2 5 Tribune O NCSS 36 Tribune 6 Ness 6 Scott City 0 Ness 6 Scott City 6 Ness 2 5 Dighton 0 Ness 5 3 Dighton 0 Ness 20 jetmore O Ness 3 3 jetmore O t XI-xg? Ness 43 Bazinc 12 Ness 20 Bazine 2 I 210 32 527 35 v 1952 SEASON RECORD Ness 0 Dodge City 29 Ness 56 Leoti 0 Ness 46 LaCrosse 6 Ness 21 XY!aKe-eney 0 Ness 42 Tribune O Ness 40 Scott City 0 Ness 32 Dighton 14 Ness 39 jetmore O Ness 45 Bazi ne O 321 49 jim Fritzler Right End Center a Keith Funk Left Half Dean Lyon Defenyive Safety g. . Dwight Wagner Left End ' 3 S.. . i J u- N--1 L. iL..l y Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Front Row-Bernard Roy, Coachg Virgil Vogel, Keith Funk, -lim Fritzler, Marvin Maier, Harry VanDegrift. Bark R0u'wA1bert Grumbein, Alfred Schwartzkopf, Merle Harris, Dennis Stegman, Dean Lyon. Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness FIRST TEAM SCORES City 47 Tribune City 57 I-Ioisington City 46 Victoria City 42 Leoti City 39 Hill City City 54 Dighton City 47 jetmore City 62 LaCrosse City 49 Scott City City 55 Tribune City 61 Leoti City 60 Victoria City 56 Dighton City 59 jetmore City S7 LaCrosse City 60 Scott City WKEA TOURNAMENT City 49 Dighton City 47 jetmore City 57 Scott City DISTRICT TOURNAMENT City 56 Ellsworth City 47 Russell City 55 Hays trophy for third place from Warren Settles, Principal of Dighton, in the WKEA League Basketball Tournament Dennis Stegman and the first team accepting the l BROOKS-COOPER DRY GOODS COMPANY TALLEY'S GROCERY 42 SECOND TEAM SCORES Ness City S4 Tribune 21 Ness City 52 Victoria 60 Ness City 52 Leoti 21 Ness City 46 Hill City 26 Ness City 56 Dighton 27 Ness City 27 jetmore 35 y Ness City 56 LaCrosse 40 Frou! Rau'-Jack Schroyer, Davy Rothe, Dick Finnin, Tom Ness City 62 SCOH City 38 Stoeclclein, Ronald Leiker, Lyle Rakcr. Back R0u'-VVil- Ness City 59 Tribune 48 liam T. Goldsmith, Coachg Tom Kohl, Robert Gasman, Ness City 49 Leoti 40 Carroll Stecklein, Merle Harris, Robert Kreutzer, Gerald Ness City 58 Victoria 49 Oppliger, Dee Doebbeling. Ness City 57 Dighwrl 31 Ness City High Schools B Team captures first place Ness City 56 Jetmore 43 in the WKEA tournament. Ness City 57 LaCrosse 48 Ness City 60 Scott City 50 WKEA TOURNAMENT Ness City 54 Dighton 41 Ness City 55 Jetmore 41 Ness City 45 LaCrosse 42 5 0 6 6 i B 7m V ii ,Mi ' f Front Row-Arlyn Harris, Eugene Gabel, N Eggs, 752' 'egg-9 .aggsl "TSW ' jerry Schulehr, Dwayne Sculley, Warren Siek, 1 ,, fe 'nf . Q V. P Gary O'Brien. Bark Rout-'Bernard Roy, 6 , , x I A 'J , ' ., L Coachg John Coker, Roger McCreight, Rod- - ' V " ' ney Borger, Charles Kreutzer, Ronald Her- , NSE: . Q , Ng, A onemus, Bill Haas, Linly Stum. e E I ' V I 5 1 . 5? fly. J 39. 24, .Q ks: , scomss Y ra ' Ness City 22 Ietmore 25 ' Y i 4 Ness City 24 Jetmore 22 at K, Ness City 32. Ransom 35 Ness City 16 Ransom 30 Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness 20 18 14 20 37 25 6 9 11 14 SCORES Dighton Beeler Beeler Dighton Ransom Jr. High Midg. SECONDS Dighton Beeler Beeler Dighton 25 27 20 28 23 24 25 27 18 32 Gaade Selma! B '7aun uniaa Jliqla SCORES Ness City 29 Jetmore 14 Ness City 16 Ransom 25 WAKEENEY TOURNAMENT Ness City 30 Plainville 21 Ness City 27 WaKeeney 30 UTICA TOURNAMENT Ness City 25 Brownell 18 Ness City 25 Bazine 27 Ness City 45 Utica 12 JETMORE TOURNAMENT Ness City 23 Cimmaron 24 Ness City 35 Dodge 27 Boyd Beutler, Stan Depee, Ronald Eckles, Terry Coker Gary Coker, Bill Tanck, Van Hawkins, Carlyn Koester Don I-Iumburg, johnny Lohrey, Errol Kinsinger, William T. Goldsmith, Coach. 0 0 anna Jhqfz Mifgeld Dewayne Michaelis, Kreg Petersilie, Leonard Ellis, Dean Carmen, Richard Rak- er, Geor e Rufenacht Larr Rasko f Gene 53 a Y P 7 Delaney, Rodney Barrows, Jerold Borger, Gail Harris, Wfilliam T. Goldsmith, Coach. SCORES XVAKEENEY TOURNAMENT Ness City 20 Hill City 31 Ness City 23 Stockton 25 anim Jliqh Gln Peppy junior High Cheerlead- ers Barbara Linn, julian Lyon, Sondra Brown, and Twyla Rothe were always on hand to back their team. ' l Ah L.L .1 j',a.uf'22-1' '7wcA I f .55 ,DZ ff From Ron'-Chester Hogsett, Marlin Stum, Dewey' Schuler, jim Fritzler Dean Lyon, Marvin Maier, Ralph Fose, Manager. Bari Rffu'-Jerry Meis Kent lferrell, Virgil Vogel, Dick Vogel, Albert Grumhein, Merle I-Iarris Dwight XXIIQULI' Tom Stoeelelein Keith lunl-. Marvin Maier az elm Tlofou Q dv N -o-5 ,J l V Y LT is iv' E12 r-. 'Q av- X -r D' 'ik ilk '5- 45 Dewey Sehuler Shot Put Ness Citys thinclads rolled up 64 points and placed SECOND in the XVKEA League meet Three other second pl lees were piled up for NCHS in the Dighton Inxitatlonal with 67 points Scott City Invitational mth 69V7 points and beott Relays with S1 1 7 points Ness placed 6th both in the Garden City Relays with 70 1 4 points md Regional Meet at Stott City with 17 points In the KU Re The whole quad turned in a good record and Dean Lyon clesenes speeial mention who was undefeated in the 440 MFDI I Y 'ITAM Marlin Stum Keith Funk Dean Lyon and Dick Vogel A , I N 1 1 . ,- , as it ' - " ,II 1 5 1 , is I M it Q, :L ' inf 'I' ' -I '. . +3 ' n I ... -' ' ,xv X V VH". .- ff 3514- I . if' t I y 6 5- I 'M -A A 4 ' 'Q I V. -f, "Zf'f!-f - h ', - ' I A 1 H , A.. - , I '05 3 I . - I I - it - if Q I X I i , ' 1 1 Y y ,I lv Q . A . A . Y. . . . 'I A .N . K 1. . . Y. . V , - W '6 ' ' 1 V . . - ,- - ' I, 9' A , ,H lays Ness tied for 8th place with 11 points. ff' , f I - . ' ' ' 3 ' ' r I f I y 4 . v I V. -' ' 5 . 'I V-f , ,L . ' . f I i ,4 I 1 y N 045.-I wr .. I I ' " L 4 " -jfi.:L'L 7 ' , A ' Y. , A-4.1 I. '- if? " T A A ' ' H, "+-1I.,:- i L- wif? 'T .1 I ' - 8 Y F uv, ' ' -M rl. -H 1,4413 .:' ' X V: M 5 . N ..,..' -ran in K , ' -M . ,. 'ha , Q- ' gy, ,n -. O 4 i C , f 5 I i 7: ,Q I F ff Iv Ng Front Rau'-Ronald Leiker, jack Schroyer, Bill Haas, Bill Rohr, Eugene Gabel, Ronald Heronemus, Lyle Raker. Back Row-Virgil Vogel, Carroll Stecklein, Harry VanDegrift, Alfred Schwartzkopf, Dick Finnin, Dennis Stegman, Davy Rothe, Tom Kohl, Bernard Roy, Coach. Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness Ness ,-,,,qX 6 , in gm 2. Mrs. Harry Hawkins 49 QS Scott City Garden City Dodge City Scott City Garden City Dodge City Ness 0 Great Bend Ness 0 Hill City Ness 4 Ransom REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Ness 1 Hill City jun-new-at Kmqs 'f Q Charlie Phillips st? Nick Wasinger 46 x 5 3 2 2 , 'Qi yy" , N! ft Ralph Pfannenstiel Glmptm Win 9,1 Spam! IZ 415 U Our dear cooks Mrs Henry Herman Mrs Johnnie Herman Mrs George Steck lem and Mrs ohn Wasinger deserve much credit for the many delicious meals served to grade pupils high school students and faculty Xl P initely enjoy the wholesome meals plus the happy asso ciations during the noon meal at the school cafeteria Although not a member of the yearbook Donna Munch Gordon Bute and Twilla staff jim Stoecklein spent countless hours Brown student photographers proxided many , I 1 , , ' - V. i, ' ... ' 3, x . for M 1 N I I , ' :A I M 2. ' Y gi, , 'it' . O V . 5 V 4 . mt, N . I . , I I . ' . . . . . "N" from fr-t f as A " - 5 High School students def- - x.' ' J, V i . 1 ' I ' ' Wh AL . . , 1 ' ' Fw ' . i XX 1 G A - Y f ' . , Tluxl ,X 1 ll ll ' sketching the pages for the 1953 EAGLE. many pictures and snapshots forithe 1953 EAGLE. 47 Scfzaladlac altancwi XVKFA II AGUF STANDINGS and pomts earned by thc schools nompetlng rn thc Lmporu Scholarshnp Contest arc Stott Clty is Ness Clty 43 1 ' Drghton an 1 7 L1Crossc 77 1 7 Trrbune 10 I Leotr 7 ctmore S SUBJECT Englrsh I English II Bnology Foods Amerlcan Hlstory Constrtutlon Ty ping I STUDENT Patrxcra Burdrtt Vera Ann McCoy Gcorglanna Boyde Vera Ann McCoy Helen Prose Patrlcla Burdltt oan Wfasrnger Mary Dmlcel Mrldred Doebbelmg Carroll Stecklem Mary Dlnlxel uanlta Pember Mrldred Doebbelmg RATING Fourth Tred for Flrst Tled for Flrct Frrst Second Fxfth Flrst Th1rd Fourth Flfth F nrst Thrrd Second Fifth Slale Scfaafau The NESS CITY HIGH SCHOOL tcam was avs ardcd a certrfrcate of Honorable Ment1on and the COMMERCE TEAM consrstmg ol JoAnn Loxrtt uanrta Pember Catherrne Schuler and Sandra Lee Strcbcn placed FIRST IH thc state rn the Class B Drvrsron Enghsh II Brology General Sclence Foods Clothrng Health Problems Amerrcan Hrstory Constltutron Bookkeepmg Typmg I Typmg II C Ann Cranston Mary Dnnkel Jeanette Frlbert Ruth Han' Helen Prose Vera Ann McCoy Georgranna Boydc Vera Ann McCoy Helcn Prose Mary Holmes Arlene Harper Carol Boyde Patr1c1a Burdrtt Ida Bell Rohr Bexerly Petersrlre oan W3S1Dg6f Mary Dlnlcel Mlldred Doebbelmg Carroll Stecklem oAnn Loutt Mary Drnkel uanxta Pember Catherme Schuler LASS OF 1953 HONOR STUDENTS Catherrne Schuler Honorable Mentron Honorable Mcntnon Txed for Frrst Tled for Thlrd T1ed for Thxrd Frrst Fourth Honorable Mentron Honorable Ment1on Honorable Ment1on Trcd for Frrst Tred for Th1rd Second Honorable Mentxon Second Honorable Ment1on Honorable MCDf1OD Fifth Mary Catherme Scnb Betty jo Sm1th Sandra Lee Streben ,loan Wasnnger D E BONDURANT GRAIN COMPANY Ben Franklm 48 U ?i --, . .-- --. ' -2, ' ,J- ,. 1 C, K Bookkeeping JoAnn Lovitt ' . I . " . 7 am if ibd' -ti Sclumld 1 Senior Chefs at band C.lll'1lC " Crowned Kung and ueen of thc flrst Yearbook Ball 3 Head cashxer Harry Lmn 4 Two green urtlms 5 Our dummy before the Dodge Cxty game 6 Freshmen honormg the Senxors 7 Kansas Day Program 8 Semors, behave' 9 Ghosts? Yes No' In the junuor Play 10 Cleamng up after a busy day 11 King Denn1e and Queen Sandie 12 Yes, I saxd Shme 'em' 49 l - A, X 4 ' 1 ,Y , 5 . . ' 'Nl Y f O n , fbi 7' '1 . . iv 42 ,. as Lf- ' - A 5 h . x,, V fb ' V V R, ' 'W Qt,-' X A 0 .151 was ' 5 Egg' a fi Y ' 2 7 F 41,3 Y A . I.: 3 y , Y , 1 , I ' i 0 IO 6 v 'S ' d y y A J - IL is E o o 0 1 A ang ,iv 'Y 8 Q we 1 ITF? ,H H A if is 1 v i- . f , we 5,5 1 Q 1 !- 2 2 st!! ' " ,ri 'gl ,V , 71, A ',, 4 is 1 ,1 F , 3 1. Good workers-Juniors. 2. You don't say? 3. Men at work Cthinkingj. 4. Inter- esting, Helen? 5. Lawdy, Lawdy, Lawdy. 6. ? ? ? ? CSeniors!j. 7. just relaxing. 8. I get ideas!! 9, Ummmm! What gams! 10. Yearbook av"!Jt.f. 11, Caught in the act. 12. Where's my BOY?-Senior Play. 15. XX7hat'll she put in it? 14. Hold that tiger! 50 1.. Clay: Offzrem Kerth Funk V1cePres1dent Sandra Lee Stxeben Treasurer Dean Lyon Presrdent Vrrgrl Vogel Secretary HARRY H LINN SPONSOR MARY LEE SCOTT Majoks Eng Hxstory MIINORS Math Latm Band13 Mrxed Cho 1 3 Glee Club 1 3 Pep Club 13 Cheerleader 3 Pep Band 1 3 One Act Play 2 YTeens 13 Scholarshrp 13 Thesprans 3 Basketball 3 Class Offxcer 1 Glwplm if '7!fe pa aaacle C lan Flower Red Carnatron Clan Colorf Blue and Snlver Mono The Word Amerxcan Ends rn f 'Evan 5.13253 f 1 M-ffgoa T af EDITH O LINN CO SPONSOR HARRY VANDEGRIFT MA jons Shop Englrsh Mnsons Math Hrstory Scrence Football 1 4 Basketball 1 4 Track 1 Baseball 2 4 NClub RUTH HAIR MAJORS Home Ec Englxsh MINORS Math Hrstory Glee Club 14 Mrxed Chorus 14 Trrple Tno 4 YTeens Thespxan 34 Jr Play Pep Club 1 4 Scholarshrp 12 VANS PLACE LUNDY NYE INSURANCE AGENF Y 1953 4-vsp? ef 2 I Ve g -..- lv , fs -, J Q9 1 1 wi, Nts' 'ini DEAN LYON. MAJORS: Voc. Ag., Ind. Arts, English, Mmons: Math., Historyg Foot- ball 3-4g Basketball 1-4g Trac! 1-43 Mixed Chorus 43 jr. 8: Sr. Playg N-Club 2-4g Class Pres. 3-43 FFA 3-43 Student Council 3-43 Annual Staff 4g Radio Dra- ma 3-4g FFA Vice Pres. of All Star Ritual Team of Southwest Dist 4 AGNES MUSBACH MAJORS Social Science English Mn-:ons Home Ec Band 1 3 RAY SCHOONOVER MAJORS Eng Science Social Science MINORS Ind Arts Math Track 1 2 Football 1 2 Basketball 14 Cheerleader 34 Thespran 2 4 Mixed Cho 24 Band 34 Pep Band 34 Baseball 2 Speech Contest 4 Radio Dram 4 VALDAH BURDITT Mzxjons English Home Ec MINORS Social Science Music Glee Club 14 Mixed Chorus 1 2 YTeens 14 CARL ELLIS MAJORS Histor, English Mnsorzs Math Socral Science Science FFA Glee Club 1 2 Band 1 Football 12 Basketball 1 2 K Club 1 Ir ay JOAN WASINGER Mfqons: History, Eng., Home Ec., Commerceg Band 2-4, Mixed Chorus 1-45 Glee Club 1-4g Thespian 3-4g Basketball 1-43 Triple Trio 2-43 Annual Staff 3-4g Pep Band 43 Scholarship 1-3g Brass Sextet 35 Class Officer 2, Student Council 2g Senior Play. JAMES STOECKLEIN MAJORS Eng Commerce MINORS Shop History Football 14 Track 2 NClub 2 4 FFA 1 Basketball 1 TWILLA BROWN MAJORS History Eng MINORS Commerce Music Math Band 14 Mixed Chorus 14 Glee Club 14 Flute Trio 14 Pep Club 14 Pep Band 14 Annual Staff 4 Basketball 2 4 YTeens 14 Ra Drama 4 Senior Play HOWARD DELANEY Mzljous Ag English MINORS History Math FFA 14 Senior Play BETTY JO SMITH MAJORS Eng Commerce Musors Math Latin History n 14 P p Band 1 2 Mixed Chorus 14 Pep Club 14 Glee Club 14 Y Teens 1 4 Y Teen Cabinet 4 Class Officer 2 Basketball 1 Scholarship 12 Clarinet Quartet 1 4 jr 84 S Play Radio Drama 4 Annual Staff 1 4 Cheerleader 34 LYON SHOE 8: UPHOLSTERY SERVICE NICKS CLEANERS MILDREDS BFALJTY SHOP 54 GOMER STUKESBARY MGR RAKER HAMMOND MARVIIN MAIER MAjoRs Hlstory Shop Englnsh MIN-ORS Scrence Commerce Football 1 4 Basketball 4 Track 14 Boys Octet 4 N Club 2 4 Sr Play Chorus 2 4 MARX CATHERINE SEIB MAJORS Eng,l1 h Home Hrstory Comment. Chorus Pep Band 34 Band 34 Glee Club 1 4 Trrple Trro 2 4 Jr Sc Sr Play icholarshrp 1 DICK VOGEL Mxjons Englrsh Voc Ag MINORS Mathematrcs Hrstory Football 1 4 Basketball 1 4 Track 1 1 FFA 14 FFA Re porter 4 Chorus 3 4 N Club 4 NClub Offrcer 4 Raclro Drama 3 S1 Play HELEN PROSE MAJORS Scrence Enghsh Com merce MIINORS Home Ec Hrstory Basketball 2 3 Annual Staff 3 4 Glee Club 1 Chorus 2 Soph ik jr Play Contest Play 3 Kascttes 2 3 YTeen 4 jr Pres Scholarshq 3 Student Counul V1cePrcs 34 Cheer ln er 4 Pres Cvlee Club 4 Pep Club 4 JIM BL RDITT xmjons Aguculture Englxsh mxoas Hlstory Mathematxcs FFA 14 wr 'Z' G 'EG ANIN CRANSTON Mfxjorzs Hlstory Enghsh MINORS Latm Math Music Band 14 Clarmet Quartet Chorus 11 Trrple Trro Glee Club li YTeens Thesprans 1 4 Pep Club 1 2 e Ban 14 jr at Sr Play Con test Play 2 1 Annual Staff 14 Basketball 1 Scholarshrp 2 3 MARLIN STUM NIAjORS Englzsh Voc Ag Mmons Hrsrory Math Foot ba 14 Track 14 FFA 14 N Club 3 4 CATHERINE SCHULER MA jons Commerce Enghsh Home Ec Hrstory Glee Club 1 4 Chorus 14 Pep Club 14 Band 4 Trrple Trxo 4 jr Play Scholarship 2 KENT FERRELL MAJORS Shop Enghsh MINORS Math Scrence Hrstory Basketball 1 Football 12 Track 14 INClub 24 Pep Band 4 Band 1 4 Radro Drama 4 Chor u 2 3 PHYLIS COKER MAJORS Commerce Englnsh Hrstory Home Ec Chorus 14 Glee Club 14 Basketball 1 2 Ah., CN'-v Y of 'g - U S. 34 To -1 'A 1-41 fu N -: . 1 , --Q ' 2-49 - - 5 ' 1- 1 -Y, A -L: - 1-4: -Us U :.- Y I-Q -.QPP I ' Hgh , -.1 Q . Q 5 , ft 7 3 . -. l I , if W' , . W, J: Y 'rl , EC., I , A' .A ,Q 1-4g A - , . ' l . -. I-Q V- ll-5 -1 -3 .Q . - Q A J Q . ' ' I " i - 5, ' . . ' ' -1 Y - gl, ,-'l -5 -2 Q '. . ' K "- , 7 1,1 Q: 3 - me 1 2 2--3 L45 I . l l, . L Q H ,X '-'- :N in I 1 - . 2 ' C . ' ' s - . -. cl -'g ' . l g C'0l2gmIItlrIli0l1J from JOHN MAIER, Dim-ibzztor of Ike W'egele Mower 55 ' SHIRLEY DELANEY MAJORS: Home Ec., English, Historyg MINORS1 Commerceg Mixed Chorus 1-23 Pep Club 1-45 Y- Teens 1-4g Sr. Play. LAVERN COKER MAJORS Englrsh Shop MINORS' History Math Mixed Chorus 1 4 ROSIE BAUER M AJ ORS Commerce English Home Ec History Mrxed Chor us 1 2 Y Teens 14 Glee Club 13 Basketball 34 Pep Club DWIGHT WAGNER Mnjoas English Voc Ag MINORS Hrstory Math Science Football 14 Baseball 1 Track SANDRA LEE STIEBEN MAJORS English Commerce Mmons Latin History Math Chorus 14 Scholarship 1 4 Glee Club 14 Pep Club 34 Jr 8: Sr Play YTeens 1 4 Y Teen Pres 4 Thesprans 3 4 Class Offrcer 2 4 Twrrler 34 Vocal Solo 14 Annual Staff 4 One Act Play 5 Radlo Drama 4 Triple Trio 24 Yearbook Queen 2 4 JIM FRITZLER MAJORS: English, Shopg Mnszoxsz Math, Historyg Football 1-43 Track 1-43 Basketball 1-43 N-Club 2-4g jr. Playg Mixed Chorus 4g Boys Octet 43 FFA 3-4. JO AN.N LOVITT MA-IORSZ History English- MINORS Commerce Physlcal Science Home Ec Basketball 1 Cheerleader 1 Kayettes 1 Rrfle Clu 1 KEITH FUNK MAJORS English Shop MINORS Math History Basket bal 1 4 Football 1 4 Track 1 4 NClub 1 4 Fr Pres Sr V1ce Pres NClub Pres 4 NClub V1ce Pres 3 Cap Track Team 3 Jr 6: Sr ay VELMA KANAGA MAJORS Commerce History Englrsh Home Ec Mxxed Chor us 12 Glee Clubl 2 4 ep DENNIS STEGMAN Majons English History Shop Mmoas Science Football 1-4 Basketball 1 4 Baseball 1 4 Track 1 junior Play Yearbook Kmg 4 " b . ' l 1 ., ' 4 ,' l 1 - , - 5 l - Q 1-4? - Y ' - 1 - I , 5 . . Pl . 1-4'N-Club:2-4 3 'S r ' ip ' ' Club 4g Basketball 4. Congmtulatiam from FRITZLER'S IGA SUPER MARKET 56 FVLLHA KANAGA wruohs Fnglrsh Home Ee cral Scrence xovs Co mcrce Band l Tccns 3 4 CLFTLS RL PP rmjorzs lnglrsh Socral Screncc Nuxons Latm Mlth Scrence Commerce l'r1ck 7 Raclro Dra 3 lr K Sr Play ne Play 7 N b 7 un Pres 5 MARY DIINKIIL rxmjors Socral Scrence Englrsh Mxxoxs Home llc Commerce C lcc Club 1 7 Scholarshrp 5 GERALD FRANK TSN Mfxjons Englrsh Shop """ mxoxs Math Hrsrory Track 1? 2 3 FFA4 JEANETTE FILBERT MAJORS Englrsh Soc1alSc1ence Muxons Home Ec Math Clar met Quartet 14 Chorus 14 Glee Club 14 Pep Band 14 n 14 Tnpe Trro 24 Cheerleader 1 2 Pep Club 1 3 Student Band Drr 4 Drum major 4 Basketball 14 Year b Staft 3 4, St Coun 7, jr 84 Sr Play, YTeen 14, Scholarshnp 1 5, Thespxans 1 1 One Act Plax 2 4 I Complzmenlr of MR AND 57 DONALD MEIS MAJORS Shot Englrsh Socxal Scnence wuxous Scrcnce Trick CLETA RUPP MAJORS Enqlrsh Home Ec So eral Scrence VIIS-ORS Commerce Band 3 Chorus 13 Pep Band 3 Sax Quartet 3 Thcspxan 4 junio Play Glee Club 1 5 RALPH FOOS MAJORS MHS-ORS b 11 ball Mgr 4 Track 5 Track r 1 1 C b 7l FF Chorus. 1 l EHgllSll Shop Hrstory Vo Ag Foot Basketball 1 7 as JOAN MEIS MAJORS Englrsh Socral Science Commerce wmwons Home Ec Glee Club VIRGIL VOGEL MAJORS Shop Social Sclence Englxsh MINORS Science Football 14 Baseball 14 Basketball 4 rack 1 3 N Club l ass 1Cer 1, 3 1, Chorus 7 , Boys' Octet 4, junior Play MRS VIC FILBERT ' 'X ,..-ay I "2" Jbfivs New '-Q.. 1 1 .J 1 r N... x X 1 T ' ' f' ' Q C 1 .,S0- -J I wi as - ij ?, MIX aj: m -'1 1 Y- A A. 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I -- I - A . 2 I: Q , U , 1, 5, 4- , 'X ,if 1 N 'W Bad-5-,'l ' 'I .' v 'lv ' L-E . n I ' - 1 l S - , l- , , T , 3 1' 2--3 Cl I 1 ook l' Q . , l - 'I X Off' ' " -'4' ' , Semen Glafu Jia Lets turn back the hands of trme And follow through the years The history of the Senror Class And share therr joys and tears They squabbled and they argued And seemed never to agree But they ye come through unrted In a way thats grand to see Now gne us soft musrc and Your receptrye ear We promrse to tell ALL We know you want to hear The year was 1949 and the month September when the present Semors entered Ness Cnty Hlgh School Shortly after the school bell sounded on that beau tnful September mornlng four long years ago me were made to reallze what atoms of lnSlgnlflCiiULC we were In splte of our shyness we were welcomed by Supt Paul H Andree Prrn Clay W Brown Delmar Dey Margxe Kyle Anrta Kanalc Leland V Hrgh Warren E Stone Harry Lynch Fdrth O Lrnn Harry H Lrnn Wm T Goldsmrth Floyd Shaw and Harold Durst Although we were consrdered as forty sex en green Freshmen but mth the guidance of our teachers me soon dlstlngurshed ourselyes by our drlrgencc At the fxrst class meetnng vuth Del Dey our sponsor we elected Keith Funlc Pres nm Frrtzler Vrce Pres Mary Lee Clouston Sec Vrrgll Vogel Treas and Student Council members oan Martxn and Keith Funk Then came the eyentful day when the Senrors of 1950 gaxe us our f1rst thrrllrng experrence Inrtlatron They showed us no mercy by requestlng us to dress rn cartoon character or gypsy clothes carry rl paddle so each Senror could autograph rt shrne therr shoes wash our feet rn a tub before enterrng the burldmg and rn kneelrng posntron honor the Senlors by recntlng the tradltronal phrase I the lowly lxttle worm of a Freshman do bovs to the most hnghly exaulted Senior A pep rally snake dance Truth or Consequences show and a dance ended our enjoyable day vuth the nane self assurance that only Freshmen can possess The entnre class was vsell rep resented nn the school actm nes Denms Stegman and Ralph Fose lettered rn football and a number of gurls partrcxpated ln basketball mtroduccd durrng our Freshman year Entermg our Sophomore year wrth an enrollment of forty seven we met and organ1zed our class wrth Wm T Go1dsm1th as sponsor We elected joan Wasmger Pres Cleta Rupp Vrce Pres Betty o Smrth Sec Sandra Stleben Treas Student Councrl representatnes were oan Wasnnger and eanette F lbert New faculty mem bers that greeted us were Arlene Durst an Spanzy Martha Mclntosh to replace Harry Lynch and Margle Kyle Wfendler o Ann Loyltt Elalne Babb and Cletus Rupp joined our class but lost Floyd Brooks vuho sought lnterest IH other fields and on Aprll 6 me were deeply grreyed by the sudden death of Aldon Debes Our fore srght Inspired us to purchase a herfer to help rn the frnancrng of our Senror trrp The sock hop marked the soclal ey ent of our Sophomore year vshlle the fancy of Sprlng lured Dean lfll and Kexth to the flSl'llDg pond wrth not eyen a bxte except the catch of opportumty hours for seyeral vyeeks Our Sophomore year was 1 perlod of steady actmty that of achxexlng the XVKFA Football Champron shzp losing only tvyo basketball games placlng second nn track and Sandra Lee Streben elected Yearbook ueen It toolc three months of notous yacatlon to change the sophrstmcated Sopho- mores mto jolly unlors with an enrollment of forty mne vxe gained Mary Dlnkel oan Mels Kenneth Neuhauser Wayne Bump and lost Ray Barrlcklovx We greeted only one new faculty member that of Paulrne Brungardt replacxng Floyd Shaw As we started our unror year we elected Dean Lyon Pres Denms Stegman Vrce Pres Vrrgll Vogel Sec and Sandra Stxeben Treas Cletus Rupp and Dean Lyon Student Council representatnes Agaxn the XVKEA Football Champronshrp was achreyed wxth members of our class on the squad Cheerleaders were all Juniors namely Elura Qumt Mary Lee Scott Ray Schoonoxer and Betty jo Smnth Class 58 , U , . 9 , . 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Y v V Q a - rrngs brought the next thrrll and frequent hand wayrng brought the coveted yewelry rnto the lrmelrght wh1ch defrnltely put us m the upperclassmen group and the rlngs serxed the ndentrfrcatron Our play Strrctly Formal under the drrectron of Mrs Harry Lrnn was among the hnghlrghts of our yunror year and the clrmax was vested rn the unror Senror banquet on Aprrl 25 a royal entertarnment m Hawanan style for the class of 1952 and conceded by all to haxe been a great success wh1ch ended our ex entful unror year Back agam rn September 1952 Senlors at last we entered school wrth a new dlgnrty befrttrng our classlfrcatron mth an enrollment of forty three Mr and Mrs Harry Lxnn serxed as our sponsors Offxcers for thrs year xx ere Dean Lyon Pres Kerth lunlc Vrce Pres Vlfgll Vogel Sec Sandra Streben Treas nd Student Councll members Dean Lyon and Cletus Rupp Four of the classmates oyce Strart Mary Lee Clouston Os ar Turley and Homer Delaney chose matrrmcny rather than a hrgh school educatron Elanne Babb XVaync Bump Elura urnt oan Martrn and Kenneth Neuhauser are flnrshrng therr educatron IU ether hlgh schools XVe greet ed txxo classmates Helen Prose and Carl Ellrs XY'e also vxelcomed Ruth Stutz Ber nard Roy Wfrlma Preston LuElma Murray and Patrrcra OToole rnto our faculty replacrng Delmar Dey Anrta Wfendler Martha Black and an Gantz Exerythlng we set our hands to forth xxrth became a success The frrst of these was the Freshmen Inrtratron and the XVKFA Football Champronshrp Then was the serxrng at the con cessron stands and the band cllnrc eanette Frlbert and Ann C ranston were chosen All Amerlcan rn dramatrcs In anuary the Senrors covx vxas blessed wth a roan calf and on February 9 the fnrst yearbook ball xxas held at xyhrch tame Sandra Lee Stleben and Dennrs Stegman vxcre royally croyx ned ueen and Krng Durrng Aprrl and calf and xxere entertained at the unror Senror banquet xyrth the settrng of Starllght In The Garden The steady stream of actrxrtres gradually came to 1 close xxxth our trxp by chartered bus to Rocl-.axyay Beach Mrssourr vxhere we spent frxe days of rest and relaxatron The entnre class gaxc to Ness Cxty Hugh School a drstrnctron rn athletrc musrcal scholastlc and socral affarrs Draw the curtains drm the lights Our hrstory IS recorded Our feet turn xxay from old Ness Hrgh Our plans are all xxell ordered We leave the unrors our example To profrt as they may For rn the course of a year They too wrll lcnoxn thrs day We brd farevs ell to friends to teachers And these frrendly yxalls We re loathe to leaxe but yet we must You see our Future calls r X 2 F ll - "' ll""' ll Q 0 WESTERN LIGHT 8: TELEPHONE CO MARTINA'S BEAUTY SHOP MODERN CLEANERS 59 ' O . J , ' , . Y Y . . 'ee 3, m'qQp1 1 ' -, rv, Q . . 7 k l -V J ' .- V ' 'Q fl V, 4, ' . . H. .x .K . . . V . V. Y V X Y Q LI . I , . we presented a successful play entitled "A Credit to the Family," sold our cow U - Y .. A qhx I an o X I: f - - - . ' L lii -' . 1.x A fr I L luigfb i fad! 70411 5? 7MZ'amenZ We the undersrgned Semor Class of 1955 of Ness Clty Hrgh School bemg of sound mmd and about to leaxc the trrals and trlbulatnons of thls s hool lrfc publrsh and declare thls our last vyrll and testament hereby rex okrng all former promrses and wrlls made by us The followmg may seem but trrflmg bequests but rye hope they may be accepted not as worthless thrngs layrshly throvxn avsay because ue can no longer keep them but as yaluable assets to those who may recene them and 1 contunual remmder of the generos1ty of heart drsplayed rn our free and full bestoyy al To the Faculty and School Board we b'eq1 eath rpprccratron for 1 task yyell clone To the rncomlng lrcshmen nc lcaye some of the beams of our radrant faces so there vxrll be some brrghtness rn the school To the Sophomore Jumor and Senror Classes of 1951 me bequeath our abrhty to learn Rosle Bauer mll my may to keep my shoes off rn class to Laurrce Marghelm Twllla Brovsn leaye my prccalo playmg to Devsey Schuler nm Burd1tt bequeth my abrhty to judge covys and chxckens to Gordon Bute Valdah Burdrtt gnc my dates wth boys to olene Rupp Layern Coker yyrll my accordran and smgmg abrlrty to Tom Stoecklem Phyllis Cok r lezne my nursrng ambrtlon to Karen Harr Ann Cranston bequeath my coyy bell to Marllyn Mcllres Howard Delaney gne my dark glasses to Vrctor Toland Shrrley Delaney yyrll my late hours to uanrta Pember Mary Dmkel leayc my lntelllgencc to Gary O Brren Carl Ellrs grant my abrlrty to stay out all nrgh to Carroll Steckleln Kent Ferrell bequeath my abrhty to sleep rn Mr Dursts class to Russell Gabel eanette Fxlbert gnc Gordon to Eleanor Arnold and hope she wrll take good care of hrm Ralph Fose leaye my excuses to be late to class to Tom Kohl Gerald Frank leaye my motor scooter to Mrs Durst rm Frrtzler bequeath my abrlrty o go steady to B1lly Haas Kerth Funk yull my hrgh hurdle jumps to Roger McCre1ght Ruth Halr gnc my Home Ec books to ean Clouston Fyelyn Kanaga yyrll my quretness to Jimmy Curtrs Velma Kanaga grant my abrlrty o eopy to Dee Doebbelmg o Ann Loutt bequeath my long engagement to Brrdre Lerker Dean Lyon vull my long arms to Clara Mane Pfannensttel Maryxn Maier leave my abrlry to throw the yayelrn to Ralph GIIIISPIE oan Mels gne my abllrty to mrss school to Ruth Cranston Donald Mers vull my nrckname Curly to Drck Frnmn Helen Prose bequeath my herght to Bruce Cunnmgham Cleta Rupp will my svs eet temper to anrce Rufenacht Cletus Rupp gne my mrsehrey ousness to get sent to he offlce to Tommy McCoy Ray Schoonoy er leaye my ways to get along mth people to Albert Grumbern Catherme Sehuler bequeath my forgetfulness to Mrss Brungard Mary Catherme Serb mll my abxhty to operate the mlmeograph machme to Shelby Kay Borger Betty jo Smrth grve my pal Bruce to Maryorre Beck Dennrs S egman due to crrcumstances beyond my control haye nothrng to eay that anyone would want Sandra Lee Stleben wrll my abllrty not to go steady to Delores Worley ames Stoecklern bequeath my farmmg abllrty to ack Schroyer Marlrn Stum leaye my Chrysler for Buddy Mudd o drne vuth care Harry VanDegr1ft vsrll my um yngor and yrtalrty to Kay Eckles Dick Vogel vnll my abrlrty to get along vxrth Mr Stone to Wrllrard Mexs Vrrgrl Vogel gne my flve oclock shadow to Bully Rohr Dwrght Wagner wrll my IA classrfrcatron o Maurice Franz oan Wasmger leaye my basketball technique to Mrldred Doebbelrng We the Class of 1953 do solemnly declare thus to be our legal Wrll and Testa ment made thls the fourteenth day of May rn the year of our Lord nmeteen hundred and frfty three nn the crty of Ness Crty County of Ness State of Kansas Seniou 60 O 1 I. v A 3 I 'a A 4 C A, V . , , V ,V - . 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A I .Q 'Z -37 61 Samoa Elma Pwphecq 1 wx ur 0 1 mtl Ncss City lxmsas is in wld anticipa ion of tht rtturn of tha griduitingb tltss ol 1935 for Its first reunion Thu first to xrriw IFC nom othtr thin those hrcc ovxncrs of thc shotrod nn lritzlcr is novx tht haul bounttr in New Yorke 71 Club iggcr funk is .1 M1 or Cmmrll in tht l n tcl Stttt lnitntri ind Dun Iyon is 1 '1fl'51i2,C Collector in lxokomo Indmm lnnd to zgru tl in t sors 1 it Qs lN 1 s y t n ilttr rcturninzg lmn sn tlx trip with this tltss Thu in non lixingb uri hippily in Peru Ncbri ka doing, nothing mort than they tintl natcssary A ci discussing, old times lor 1 xxhilc thu IFQ rudcli intcrruptcd wx 1 Timm try incl hcrg mints tht nuxtst Tirzan Guild Imnlx lolloxxing him IS Din pxrclon mc Rtthtrd Nogcl tht Qrcltcst Sliilxtiimrmn tar ol all tim 5 cxnn rixtling, tht 1g,Ltl Iiurantt Ohxitr Rithartl his just rcturnttl from london xxhtrt ht ptrforinul lor tht lxing, intl Dunn io tin 11115 bg milking in tht door with ic Ong ru in' t South Puifit marrying out har cxptrnncnts Who lu thost mo good looking, H owlc! NVhy it IS tnt Lrrtl xx in is prcsitcnt 0 tic Y IFA 'intl 1 ct ua. 1 his spin time Tha other ie nom othcr thin thc um prcsiclcnt of thc XXX fA Mies Clam Rupp lxcryom is talking at once 1nd thc main topit is what or who mn Martin 'intl lcvtm out of busincss and hcrc thu Come novt those tvxo iolxcitcrs Vir il Xottl lllkl Doniltl Mus Tha tonxcrmtion hw lnrclly lwtgtin vthtn l'l'1ffy VanDcgrift cntcrs swinging 1115 unc hc is html roulnttc ipinmr of tht Montc. Carlo is lollovtcd by Dwight Witgncr the Nux Xorlx Plty boy who IS busily tounting, his money Thmt sounds like 1 fan fare 110 it isnt it5 only thc barking of an Alaskan dog tum drncn by Ralph Fosc I-Ins passenger 5111115 to be Marx Dmltcl who has bean tcuhing thc first grade at Point Barrow Alaslvt Soma of our old musical friends arc novi arming Thu imlucle Sandra Lce Qricbcn 11110 IS sing.,ing, the p rt of Midamc Buttcrfly it thc Metropolitan I.aVcrn C Ll x l 0 IS 5111 utortlitn plutr with thc Bruslistrtat lollics loAnn Loxitt th shdc trombonc plain mth tht Citi Shtltcrs ind list but not lms is thc famed Pliillmrmomt Conductor Maestro 1n1cS Stoccklcin Tht 11155 lui ilso 110111 vtcll in thc motion pi turn industri with Mfm Cathcrinc Sub bcintg namccl thc most outstlntling actrcss of thc ymr Cnhcrinc Schulcr nov has hcr own TV progrftm listcn to that rmr whit can it bc? Thcrcs nothing to xxorrs about because its only C irl Ellis tht nux lntlitnipolis specdvmy flumpion in hm ncvx blue Rolls Roytt Thcrc is Rqy Qthoonour who gust unit bulx from I1Yllxll'lg, thc iirst Suttcss ful ltnding on thc moon Anl than is thc I'LLl shorts thlts om XV1singcr the Stir lows ml of thc Rul Haul All Stn btslxgtbill tum IARMI RS FO OP CRAIN AND SUPPLY CO QULLIVAN KRUC' JOHN DEFRL BUICK 62 Q lt is IO ' thc yu lA 9'3. 4 A ,A ', '. ' , A A 'A A A tA ' A A . 4 A ' '. J A 'A A J A ' A . . A 2 A -, L . A . . t . L . A 1 . . " A , ' 'A , ' 1 ' A ' . ' .. , ,A A- A ' A A . .- ti A A. A Aim t. As . .. A. .' ..i,1. .'A . , ' , ' , 1 A. On . ' ic .trc th- tlcar spon J if tl A clit, nl 1955. Ir. ind lxlff. lliirr' Linn, whim rctircl from ttucliing sh rtly , A A A A ' 1 thc ft' A 'A Y A A 4 ' A A, 1 A A A ll' . f , , - ,Y V, . . A Ai . , ' , . , T rl I -A A A Ali- 1 ww A' 1 ' jg A 1 A. A, . ". w A. A. act A C. A'.A ' 'QY' .a 'A A . A ' -' XVI 4 ' A '4 'A A A 'A tl A l g 4 I' h. 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' l " 4 " 'Q . ,-- 4 - 1 ' . , ' l I . , . 1 Ghafufea JY '7lne Qmale Serum 7fuLule The forty one seniors of the graduating class ot NCHS haxe urried on the inspiring traditions of Our School They haxe worked and played hard made friends and grown in many ways As 1 result of their initiatixe and ingenuity they haye set a reeord that may well be a chal lenge to future classes They were well represented in in the halls of the NESS CITY HIGH SCHOOL To those who contributed toward the success of the 1953 IAGLE This book is not the vyork of any one or two individuals but represent the eollectixe effort of a great number We particularly want to express our appreciation to those loyal ADVERTISERS who sponsored yarxous pages in this book It is our sincere desire that this book mill measure up to the expectations of the readers and proye to be the kind of a book it was intended for A REMINDER OF HAPPY HIGH SCHOOL DAYS THE EAGLE STAFI' EAGLE BOOSTERS Ness City Implement Co Schroyers Inc Recreation Parlor Gaschler jewelry West Side Cafe Home Oil Co, Pauls 66 Service Alex Gabel 8: Sons, Owners Chambers Home Service 1l 111 HOWARD BENKULA, Manager SERVICE GRAIN INC. 64 O l , athletics, music, scholarship, dramatics, and will be missed 14 .fad Wadi af iqppfzeoaalaan WWQ57 was MQW 2232 E if QW? , Qiffq 737 0 if Q My 5 5 M sig L use WSQX 5 is 2? .. , ., . , f ' ' , ' f . -J 'rr ff! 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