Newton High School - Railroader Yearbook (Newton, KS)

 - Class of 1958

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X fir Z nm Vu? nj ,TWA V ' ' Z J net E f"T45 Connie Odden N 4 ' "f 1 oiZ'5'fv 1' ' X , Af 61 a Af o if' f o W A mga.. 4 m X x Pts ,,,:.. P a Peu .J B'11Amrnannf' 1 P f2-?'2 Joyce Donaldson o o 5 11.53 A5 Alden Allbaugh 7N? M In m A NN'o N.. ,f"' 1?m-..v. , o o o """'T""'Qs"" D !f',f'53! 7 I 4? 'Ike CHRISTINE HETZEL Commerce. DUANE BLACKWOOD Basic Scienc Biology, Algebra. CLARENCE NIL! Physics, Algebra. J. BIRCH STUAI Chemistry, Driving. S.B. GRISWC Biology. DARWIN BERRY Industrial Arts. FRANKLIN KING Industrial Arts. LEO BRANDT Mechanical Drawing R.M. KARNS Vocational Agricultu VICKI MERZ Foods, Home Living. IAVINIA LEIBENGOOD Clothing. A,R, SELF Social Studies. LELANI MOORE Social Studies. CLIFFORI YARNELL Social Studies. EDITH WHITTED Mathematics. BROOKS TERRY Mathematics. . gdCll.lfI4 ALMA MOORE Speech, Forensics. OLIVE ANDERSON French, Spanish, English. BONNIE SELANDERS Latin E,S, SANDERSON Band, Orchestra. JANIS ROLLOW Instrumental Music. ELVERA VOTH Vocal Music. THOMAS BEATTIE Dramatics, English. MARIE ORR Art. SHIRLEY KENDALL Librarian. HAZEL GORDON Study Hall. ESTHER FROOM English. MARVA LANGE English. BETTY BAERG English. ALDEN ALLBAUGI-I Guid- ance, Journalism. CURTIS FISCHER Physical Education Football, Track. WILMA LEE Physical Education. JOHN RAVENSCROFT Physical Education, Basketball. ...M-.uw ffl V' , . 'N w..,M R335 H, , gig? ax supe-ZQ1 ting f NANCY Lm1,f f d A . . 1 I A In I 14 mtmatuatton 1' A 1' "' if f -me W.. A ,Ax Mqlitw , 'lin BOARD OF EDUCATION: Mrs. Walter Ingold, George Robb, Mrs. Albert Ewert, Clarence Tangeman, Presrdent Mrs. Betty Williams, Board Secretaryg Dr. Robert Myers. NOT PICTURED: Dr. J. A. Grove. 6 ,7 A + Ea ST O W Y Em I LOREN RICHTER President Class President 3, Student Council Officer 3, Student Council 3, 4, Forensic Pin 2, 3, Debate 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Stage Crew 3,4, Operetta 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Baseball Manager 3. Senior: Claaa High school is over ...... As graduation approached, it seemed impossible that the happy days in NHS were drawing to a close. Feelings of joy and accomplishment were mingled with sadness, for we hated to leave wonderful memories and friends. Our sophomore ear we began to realize the role we had to fulfill as active members of the student body. As iuniors we presented "Peg O' My Heart," appropriately on Valentine's Day, and in the spring honored the seniors of '57 with the recep- tion and prom. During our senior year the bonds of friend- ship grew stronger. As we moved into the hallowed grounds, "Senior Alley, " we realized this was our last year and set out to make if Our best. With this goal in mind, we made our class play, "Out of The Frying Pan," a success. The year sped quickly by with WPA week, the skating party, iunior-senior events, and the beloved senior banquet, reception and prom. Then the final stop. : . .graduation . Yes, our days in Newton High are over, but we, the class of '58, shall relive its memories time and time again. RICHARD DESCHNER Vice-President Basketball 2, 3fLj, 4. 3, JANET ENNS Secretary Football Queen 4, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club Officer 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Railroader Editor 4, Stage Crew 4, Operetta 2, Vocal Ensemble 2, Monitor 4. BYRON WINANS Treasurer Cheerleader 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 3,4, Librarian 3, F.F.A. Officer 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Voca- tional Agriculture Judging Team 3,4. GAIL ABBOTT Y-Teen Officer 3, Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club Officer 4, Pep Club Rep. 2, Pep Club 2, 3,45 G.A.A. 45 Railroader Editor 45 Vocal Ensemble 25 Operetta 2,45 Latin Club 2. JAKE ADAMS F.F.A. Officer 3, F.F.A. 2, 3,45 Vocational Agriculture Judging Team 35 Shop Team 4. BILL AMMANN Hi-Y 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3fLj, 45 Track 25 Railroader Staff 4. JOYCE ANDERSON Head Usherette 4, Usherette 3,45 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club 25 Stage Crew 35 Monitor 45 Latin Club 2, 3. JIM BAIR Hi-Y 2, 3. ELAINE BANMAN Y-Teen Cabinet 4, Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Operetta 3,45 Music Pin 35 Vocal Ensemble 2, 3. BOB BARCAFER Salina High 25 Hi-Y 2, 3,45 Chorus 2. NANCY BAUER Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2,3, 45 Stage Manager 35 Stage Crew 3,45 Librarian 4. EDGAR BEEBE fNot Pictured, DAVID BERRY Scholarship Pin 35 Hi-Y 2, 3,45 Newtonian Editor 45 Special Band 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 3, 4. BARBARA BOUDREAU Y-Teens 2, 35 Pep Club President 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Newtonian Editor 45 Stage Crew 35 Art Club 2. CHARLES BOYER Hi-Y 2, 35 Monitor 45 Latin Club 2, 3,4. CAROLYN BOYES Y-Teens 25 Pep Club 35 G.A.A. 3. TERRY BROWN Railroader Editor 45 Senior Play5 All-School Play 35 Thespian Society 35 Stage Crew 2, 3,45 Football 25 Base- ball 2, 4. NEVIN BURKHART Hi-Y 45 Football 25 Track 45 Operetta 4. MARY ANN CLAASSEN Y-Teen President 4, Y-Teen Cabinet 35 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Class Secretary 25 Scholarship Pin 2, 35 Usherette 3,45 Operetta 45 Music Pin 35 Vocal Ensemble 35 Office Girl 45 Railroader Editor 4. ELBERT COBBS Football 2, 3,45 Track 2, 3fLj, 45 F.F.A. 2. EVELYN COBBS Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 G.A.A. 2QLJ, 3fLj, 45 French Club 2. ARLENE COLEMAN Y-Teens 2, 35 Special Band 25 French Club 2. . 5553 .lf . ' wr.. J .,,., I 5 'lr 5 , '-fi -fp.. , if ,. . ,Q me W f is 6 2 P fu f ,rf V . gtlxf, V,,fV, 5,5553 A .. 5 sfe i I stlisi 5 A , 5 .,. 'Y' ' -.. -.... ' 17 . - , . A L1 W 1' 4 I .4 ff, ,JR V . P xxx y r 55 4,45 'Q' regime .5 .5 A Fei Vx - i. K , if , j ' f Jw E .E for gl ., f , X fi if 1 E 1 A9 -we LMAQDL - ,. P. eh. - - 32 13 V , ,Re fi 1 .. :.. f CASEY COOK Football 2, 3fLJ,4, Basketball 2, 3,4, Track 2, Baseball 3, Hi-Y 2. JERRY CRAIN La Junta, Colo., Adams City, Colo. , 2, Football 2, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2fLj, 3fLJ, 4, Newtonian Editor 4. EDWARD DAWSON Hi-Y 2,4, Football 2, 3, Basketball 2, Track 2, 3,4. BRUCE DAY Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 4. JERRY DECKER Berean Academy 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4,0peretta4, DONNA DEVORE Y-Teens 3, 4, Stage Crew 3. SALLY DICKEY Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, Stage Crew 3, Art Club 2 COLLEEN DIDIER Y-Teens 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2,4, Stage Crew 4, Lab. Assistant 4. JOLENE DILLMAN Usherette 3,4, Y-Teen Officer 3, Y-Teen Cabinet 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Pep Club 2. SONNY DILLON Hi-Y 2,4, Stage Crew 3, Special Band 2,4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4. JUDY DOMBROSKY Y-Teens 2, 3,4. JOYCE DONALDSON Student Council 2, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 3,4, Art Club 2, Railroad Editor 4. BONITA DOUGAN Walnut High 2, Class Secretary 2, Operetta 2, Special Band 2, 3, Twirler 2, Librarian 2, Y-Teens 3,4, Pep Club 2, 3,4. LOIS DOWNEN Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Special Band 2. ALMA DREIER Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 3. VIRGINIA DUNLAVY Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, Stage Crew 4, Librarian4 BARBARA EASTER Y-Teens 2, Librarian 3, French Club 2, Office Girl 4. BETTY ELIMON Pep Club Officer 4, Pep Club Rep. 3, Pep Club 2, 3,4, G.A.A. 2QLj,3QLj, 4, Librarian 4. I0 KENNETH FRANZ :li-Y Officer 4, Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Basketball 2, 3,4, Track 3fLj, L, Art Club 2, 3,4. JERRY FREEBURNE Student Council 3, l-ll-Y 2, 4, Football 2, 3, Track 4, Music 'in 3, Vocal Ensemble 2, 3, Lab. Assistant 4. BURTON FRETZ Student Council President 4, Student Council 2, 4, Class Dfficer 3, Scholarship Pin 2, 3, Forensic Pin 2, 3, Debate Z, 3,4, All-School Play 3, Hi-Y Officer 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Slewtonian Editor 4. BRENDA GARNETT Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Spanish Club 2. VIRGINIA GIBSON Pep Club 2, Stage Crew 3. JAMES GRABER Scholarship Pin 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Newtonian Editor 4, Forensic Pin 3, Debate 3, All-School Play 2. CAROLE GRACE Usherette 3, 4, Student Council 4, Head Monitor 4, Class Senior Play, Stage Crew 3, Latin Club 3, Shakespearean Club 3. PAT GRAHAM Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. DAVID GRAYBILL Junior Play, Senior Play, Thespian Society 3, Stage Crew 2,3, Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Track Manager 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Shakespearean Club 2, 3, Art Club 3,4, Art Service Committee 3, 4. JUDY GRIFFITH Usherette 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2. BOB GROCHOWSKY Hi-Y 4. CAROLYN GROCHOWSKY Pep Club 2, G.A.A. 2QLj, Stage Crew 3, Monitor 4. DONNIE GRONAU F.F.A. President 4, F.F.A. 2, 3,4, Vocational Agriculture Judging Team 3fLj, 4. JIM GRONAU F.F.A. 2, 3,4, Vocational Agriculture Judging Team 4, Football 4. LARRY GUHR Hi-Y 2,4, Operetta 4, Special Band 2. BRUCE HACKETT Cheerleader 3, 4, Hi-Y Officer 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Track 3. JIM HAMILTON F.F.A. Officer 4, F.F. A. 2, 3,4, Vocational Agriculture Judging Team 3,4, Hi-Y 4. JUNIOR HANKE Football Manager 3, 4, Track 2, SQLJ, 4, Basketball 3. 'I'l ,ISE 2 ' J ul" was Officer 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Pep Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Junior Play, E 3 l .Ei p , if , - F' ' Q f if 12 A J 5 I'-. 4 MK: ll ' ' - . ,. ' A 3 1 il l J gg VJVJ .?"1 'H 3.5 -.'-.' .-12" A A V 'J' I A :VI S K Lr. Q l , -., ,,, ,,,,.. lt' Q., 4 ,-, A ' Q i ..,.:. ...: i:,, Q? , IS-8 . it 'fu , . dl . K .Q ,wife . . il. M il r 3 1 3 S, H' 1 . - '11 +153 1 5 Q. Q 1 J' as 1 1 , i .-,,: , f f 9 f ,, s , N : .. NYRNA MAE HARPER Scholarship Pin 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Newtonian Editor 43 Stage Crew 33 Music Pin 2, 33 Special Band 2, 33 Lab. Assistant 43 Latin Club 2,4. JERI HARRIS Fremont, Nebr. , 33 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club 3. CURTIS HARTENBERGER Hi-Y Officer 4, Hi-Y 2, 3,41 Monitor 4. LARRY HEDRICK F.F.A. 4. ELSIE HEGE Y-Teens 2, 3. JACKIE HERMAN Y-Teens 2, 3,42 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Newtonian Editor 43 Stage Crew 3,4. CONNIE HILL Y-Teens 2,42 Art Club 43 Art Service Committee 4. JANET HOFF Y-Teens 2, 3,43 Pep Club 43 Art Club 3, 4, Art Service Committee 3, 4. DICK HOGAN GERRI HOLMES Y-Teens 3,41 Pep Club 2, 3,43 Junior Playg Senior P1ay3 Stage Crew 33 Librarian 43 Latin Club 2. STANLEY HOOD Hi-Y 23 Track 2. KAREN SUE HUDSPETH Y-Teens 3, 4. LARRY HUMISTON Hi-Y 23 Football 23 Spanish Club 2. VIRGINIA JANTZ Scholarship Pin 23 Y-Teens 2, 3,43 Pep Club 2, 3,42 Vocal Ensemble 3. RAY JANZEN Art Club 3,4. ROBERT JASO Baseball 33 Spanish Club 2. EVALENA JENSEN Aledo, Ill. , 2, 33 Pep Club 2, 33 Special Band 2, 33 Y-Teens 3,43 G.A.A. 43 Operetta 4. JACK JOHNSON fNot Pictured, LYNN JOHNSON I2 DAYL KAISER Scholarship Pin 2, Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Senior Play, Stage Crew 4, Operetta 2, 3,4, Music Pin 2, 3, Vocal Ensemble 2. l KAY KAPPLER Y-Teens 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 3, Stage Crew 2,4, Operetta 4, Guys and Dolls 2. WAYNE KLASSEN Hi-Y Officer 4, Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Football 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3QLy,4, Stage Crew 4. SHEILA KLUGE Y-Teens 2,4, Pep Club 2. LARRY KOEHN SHIRLENE KOEHN Y-Teens 2,4, Pep Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Vocal Ensemble 3. KAREN LAMBERT Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Latin Club 2. RODGER LEPE LOEL LOGANBILL Hi-Y Officer 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 3,4. MARINO LUJANO Special Band 2. BRUCE LYON Class Officer 3, Scholarship Pin 2, 3, Student Council 4, Forensic Pin 2, 3, Debate 2, 3, 4, Music Pin 2, 3, Special Band 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3. IULANE MANNING Burns High 2, Class Officer 2, Cheerleader 2, Y-Teens Officer 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club Officer 2, Pep Club 2, 3,4, Office Girl 2, Operetta 3, Special Band 3, Twirler3 DUANE MARTENS Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Baseball 3, 4, Debate 3, 4, Special Band 2, 3, F.F.A. 2. LOIS MARTENS Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Vocal Ensemble 3, Librarian 4, Latin Club 2. JEANNE MAYBERRY Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, G.A.A. President 4, G.A.A. 2fLj, 3fLj,4, Stage Crew 4, Monitor 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Art Service Committee 3. TOM McADOW Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Art Club 4. ANN MCFARLANE Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club Rep. 4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, G.A.A 2, Newtonian Editor 4, Senior Play, Stage Crew 4, Latin Club 2. LAWRENCE McGAUGH Basketball 2, Track 2, 3, Shakespearean Club 3. I3 ,,, .W -F., fig if ge, si Q X l 4. . , 3 BM r 2 .4 . ff 4 i Q ns 83' 4 ff fi? Q- 'if 'di rg ,f iiwts' . A 5fi14ET?2J?"4. ' '-T - , .,.. ::+": : -" ' A 5 52.552, A A 4 52131 . ..,, t Www I-fl fe. L . N.. : . A Ffa: .SX 55' x Q 5,5 li -H ...-."' . A ' 'L ' , ,pw ' .A Y g f V . S.-Edu, HTML N ,- ,, ...www-w-P s .,,,,,, in-sub' ,aft - s w Q Z in .y 55 " ',1H, 1f5.,,'f1 Q A-1: v 3 4 'F S J . M '15 A ,, af g .vgn Z V - 5 zn' ' - ii W A J his . .. i ffff LL,, V' is if ts V if WHS Yi. 4 Nw . -ff l. f ' iv Q' if KAY MCJILTON Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club Officer 4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, G.A.A. 4, Stage Crew 3, 4, Special Band 2. DONA MCKANNA Usherette 3, 4, Y-Teen Officer 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Newtonian Editor 4, Forensic Pin 2, 3, Debate 2, 3, Stage Crew 3,4, Operetta 2, Office Girl 4, Shakespearean Club 2. KEITH MCKIM Football 2, Special Band 2, Monitor 2. SHARRON MEUSCHKE Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club Rep. 4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, G.A.1 4, Spanish Club 3, Art Club 3, 4, Art Service Committee 3, 4. MEL MINNIS Class President 2, Student Council 2, Hi-Y Officer 4, Hi-T 3, 4, Newtonian Editor 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Special Band 2. OLLIE MONARES Y-Teens 2, Spanish Club 2. JACKIE MONTGOMERY Y-Teens 2, 3. MARVIN MUSSER F.F.A. 4, Vocational Agriculture Shop Team 4, Special Band 2. DONALD NAYLOR Hi-Y 2,3,4, F.F.A. 4. PETER NEUFELD Hi-Y 2, F.F.A. 2, French Club 4. JAMES NICKEL Hi-Y 2,4, Basketball 2, F.F.A. 2, Operetta 4. WILDA NOBLES Music Pin 2, 3, Special Band 2, 3, Operetta 4. BEVERLY NUNNS Usherette 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. SALLY O'BRYAN Usherette 3,4, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, G.A.A. Officer 4, Forensic Pin 2, 3, Debate 2, 3, Stage Manager 4 CONNIE ODDEN J Coldwater, Mich. , 2, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, G.A.A. Officer 2, Twirler 2, Latin Award 2, Latin Pin 2, Pep Club 3,4, Rail- roader Editor 4, Stage Crew 4. COLENE O'RORKE JOEL PARK Scholarship Pin 2, Hi-Y Cabinet 3, 4, Forensic Pin 3, Debate 3. MARIORIE PAULSON Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Special Band 2, 3. 'I4 BILL PHILLIPS li-Y 2, 3,4, Football 3, Lab. TOM POOLE ii-Y 2, 3,4, Stage Crew 3,4. KENNETH PULASKI -li-Y 2, 3,4, Football 2, 4. Assistant 4, Latin Club 2. ,,.A-5 i' r5?!5vi4' f?,rgs:i,1ai', , 1'-"'-9 A'Ea A A ,gf 1:-I --. 5.3 ff: as nl' ss' 'SH il W 62 A 5 ,A A 'Q .l S 'S A 3 i "ii 'sq ffl . at 1. 12' ri 'T X T , - iif A SUSAN REES g X-Teens 2, 3,4, Stage Crew 3, Special Band 2, 3, French Club 2. ,K sus REHORN W' rg Blue Mound High 2, 3, Class Officer 2, 3, Y-Teen Officer W 3, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, Junior Play. GARY REIF Scholarship Pin 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 4. ., ma, V, BOB RICH A Buhler High 2, Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Spanish Club 2, Forensic Pin 3, - M Debate 3,4, Operetta 4, Scholarship Pin 2.3. , FQ i. ,.... ... , 'Q , 5 -Q ' V ,' V, DOUG RICHARDSON Q rr p S, l ' rv? ' his ' ., rn , Hi-Y 2,4, Football 2, Baseball 2, Latin Club 2, 3,4. " ' .Suv 4 CHARLOTTE ROBERTS A., 1 ng, D g Scholarship Pin 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Pep Club 2, G.A.A. 3, . E ., ":eQ' If Newtonian Editor 4, Librarian 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 4 I 4. if Shakespearean Club 2, 3. LYDIA RODRIGUEZ Y-Teens 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, RUBEN RODRIGUEZ Spanish Club 2, Operetta 4. MARY ROSALES Y-Teens 2, Spanish Club 2, 3. CARLTON ROSE Hi-Y 2, Special Band 2, 3. GLADYS RUCKMAN Dighton, Cal. , 2, Great Bend 3. 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Stage Crew 2, Operetta 3, Spanish Club 4. BRUCE SADOWSKY fl' F.F.A. Officer 3,4, F.F.A. 2, 3,4, Vocational Agriculture Judging Team 3,4. KAY SADOWSKY Y-Teens 2, 4, Pep Club 2, Stage Crew 4. VERA SANDATE Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Spanish Club SUZANNE SANDFORD Pep Club 2, 3, Art Club 4. 2,3,4. .fs , V7 A , gk 'QNX GUS SCHAEFER Berean Academy 2, Hi-Y 3. HELGA SCHAEFER Berean Academy 2, Y-Teens 3, 4. VIRGINIA SCHILL Y-Teens 2, Pep Club 2, 3. ELAINE SCHMIDT Scholarship Pin 2, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, Newtonian Editor 4, Operetta 4, Vocal Ensemble 3, Latin Club 2. HARDY SEACAT Football 2, 3fLj,4, Track 2, Hi-Y 2. SUE SIMPSON Cheerleader 4, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, 3, Newtonian Editor 4, G.A.A. 2, Stage Crew 3, Football Queen Attendant 4. EVELYN SLINKARD Emporia, Medicine Lodge 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Stage Crew 3, Vocal Ensemble 3. JEAN SMITH Y-Teens 2, 3. FRED SMITH Hi-Y 4, Football 2, 3, Basketball 2, Baseball 4, Pl-IYLLIS SMITH Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 4. PAT SPEIR Scholarship Pin 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 4 Student Council 4, Student Council Officer 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Pep Club Rep. 2, G.A.A. 2, Railroader Editor 4, Junior Play, Operetta 3, 4, Football Queen Attendant 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Shakespearean Club 3, Gu, and Dolls 2. l RICHARD SPENCER Basketball 2, 3,4, Baseball 2, 3qLp,4, Hi-Y 3,4. BENJAMIN STAHLY Hi-Y 4. KAREN STALEY Usherette 3,4, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Junior Play, Senior Play. RUTH STARK Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, 3, Monitor 2, Spanish Club 2. SIDNEY STRAIN Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Twirler 2. JOE STURGEON BRENDA STUTSMAN Scholarship Pin 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, G.A., 4, Newtonial Editor 4, Stage Crew 4, Monitor 3. I6 ' 'HW' 'fm 'f - ,Af.. A'-. . .- A srs - r r ... JOHN SUDERMAN 3 -A ,M -' A g 5 5, heerleader 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2, l3asketba1l 2, -fli p 7 rack 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, Thespian Society 3. ., A zgv i E ' "'- , o Bos SWICKARD 4 ' " ' . o o li-Y 2: Music Pin 2: Special Band 2.4: Drum Major 4. i'ii A A Q itil? VICTOR SZELEPINSKI ootball 2, 3. LYDIA TERRONES '-Teens 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. JOETTA UNGER '-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Special Band 2. MARY UNRAU cholarship Pin 3, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Vocal nsemble 3, Monitor 3, Latin Club 2. ,. .il ARTHUR UNRUH oxbury High 2, Class Officer 2, Vocal Ensemble 2, Special and 2, Operetta 4, Hi-Y 4. V, i IANICE WALKER cholarship Pin 2, 3, Y-Teens 4, Monitor 3. JUDY WALKER lsherette 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Monitor 4, Guys and Dolls 2. SYLVIA WALKER , , ,,., I '-Teens 3, 4, Pep Club 3. ' JOYCE WALTER p ss 1 Ilass Officer 3, Cheerleader 4, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Pep Club pl ' V 4 , 3, G.A.A. 2, Stage Crew 4, Shakespearean Club 3. V DAN wALTERs -A ..,. is ,sf ootball 2,:3,4, Baskerbaii 2, Track 2, 3, Baseball 3, A ,,., R., ii' A ? Jperetta 3,4, Vocal Ensemble 3, F.F.A. 2. if JERRY WALTERS football 2, 3fLy,4, Hi-Y 4, Track Manager 4, Baseball 2. 'Emily E A RODGER WATERS T. . unior Play, Senior Play, Stage Crew 4, Baseball 2. N, ,.,,,, ,,. . RUTH WEDEL , L K F ,ll I-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3. Q xt an fri' p A ,Q . 5, . R -.. 9. fi W K A "- , , .--' " .ar BARBARA WEESNER ,, S mr . ,,.. rgl 'A I Teens 2, 4, Latin Club 3. A A A LARRY WHITE Iheerleader 4, Senior Play, Stage Crew 3,4, All-School 'lay 3, Music Pin 3, Special Band 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Faseball 3. WILLARD WIENS DOUG LA S WILLIAM S F.F A. 2, 3 4, Vocational Agnculture Judging Team 3 4 GLORIA WILLIAMS DARREL ZIELKE YQWEIQFISSEEQEW NEE: Operetta 3,45 Vocal Ensemble 35 Pep Club 43 Art Club ' ww' E 3. 4. 1 .. Football 25. Stage Crew 4 F.F.A. DUANE ZONGKER fNot Picturedj 2. Sffsy- Gqof if JWQ ,Q A Ms '22 sa E 335522, QWM gp ..- w 'ah KS? N1 1 , V 'i MwQQi1 fff55' wi """" ' "'5'A' 1 'A AQA-1:, Sue? Ax' ,.,.. A,,,"' ms. , , J . it W 1 -'H :". f .. - ' 4' ,gf ,K M 'b:, -Y, Q X 5 L Qmw V , X 'gg ae , ,V ZS, - Eloquet i pyone ?, W Q, ...X lU1.I.07l5 BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Karen Berg, Carol Fraser, Barbara Reeve, Sherrill Casey, Carol Tipton, Mary Harten- berger, Carolyn Fitch, Flora Beebe, Thomas Birkle, Oswald Smokorowski, Edward Godsey, Scott Douglass, Rosalie Botterweck, Kent Crandall, Merle Hackney, Mr. Terry. MIDDLE ORW: Isabelle Becker, Betty Williams, Janet Kemper Ida Mae Yakle, Beverly Androes, Emma Rae Ayers, Beverly Weber, Janice Harder, Karen Eck, Shirley Dillman, Jean Trego, Jeanette Trego, Nancy Androes, Patsy Sieg, Norma Pearson. FRONT ROW: Jolene Henry, Darlene Tanner, Marian Phillips, Phyllis Spencer, Mary Ann Dickson, Barbara Foiles, Noreeta Garrett, Marianna Ratley, Beverly Lyerla, Sandra Truesdell, Nancy Sinclair, Carol Dyck, Carolyn Moore, Jackie Dickson, Sandra Bailey. 118431194 Dlmflfi I BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Cecil Wulf, Aldean Andrews, Chester Beutler, Carl McKim, Jim Duncan, Bill Brittain,3 Ronnie Krehbiel, Paul Vega, Robert Kem, Floyd McHenry, Mike Sizemore, Howard Schmidt, Frank Mitchell, Larry Froman, Eddie Utterback, Gary Ream, Lyle Carstenson. MIDDLE ROW: Donna Dodds, John Sears, Mike Dudte, Suderman, Bonnie Nicodemus, Judy Toevs, Phyllis Williams, Judy Wedel, Jane Kliewer, Maurice Leckington, Bill Townsend, Lanny OVGISIIBCI. Jerry Schmidt, Ronald Mages, Albert Zavala, Karen Hunter. FRONT ROW: Margaret Hall, Judy O'Bryan, Grace Gillham, Kay Rogers, Janice Henry, Marceil Welsh, Donna White, Pat Becraft, Roberta Barrett, Rosalind Enns, Martha Clark, Diane Walter, Ruth Jensen, Anne Burner, Lois Pugsley, Rebecca Ruth, Kay p l Gilchrist. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Dubois, Robert Sweet, Richard Rempel, Marvin Akers, Pat Sturgeon, Jon Jerry Kastiz, Bill Thomas, Larry Kohlman, Thomas Sandwell, Martin Myers, David Henry, Reggie Cooper, Cecelio Sandate, Raleigh Nichol. MIDDEL ROW: Gerald Voth, Marilyn Hanke, Marilyn Homan, Dorothy Thiessen, Florence Dirks, Pat Brooker, Idell Fisher, Jerry Dickson, Ronnie Schrieber, Nadine Prouty, Bonnie Unruh, Judy Regier, Mary Ann Ensz, Becky Thomas, Margaret Gatz, Darla Dreier, Ruby Stark. FRONT ROW: Miss Merz, Sharon Shephard, Sharon Kay Hall, Lawanda Kopper, Cara Lee Anderson, Deveta Huffman, Eulala Schmidt, Judy Grant, Lillian Janzen, Dea Burkhart, Mary DuFriend, Wilma Berger, Mary Thompson, Becky Humphrey, Darla McJilton, Judy Dawson. ' D BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ronnie Vinson, Donald Jantz, Gary Rowland, A.G. Dietrich, Richard Wiebe, Lewis Crain, James Crupper, Richard Guentert, James Tipton, Ralph Rees, Stanley Shepherd, Larry Hoff, James Jantz, Kenneth Callison, Lanny Unruh, Galeard Hackney, Wesley Stotler. SECOND ROW: Mr. Niles, William Beard, Carolyn Naylor, Twyla Mathias, Phyllis Ikerd, Rebecca Lyon, Joan Lynch, Phyllis Hawkins, Evelyn Voth, Madelyn Harten- berger, Janet Woelk, Jeanne Thomas, Nancy Unruh, Paulette Frey, Celia Vogt, Marilyn Seibel, Bonnie Hill, beola Troxel, Anrita Welch. FIRST ROW: Kay Thomas, Helen Willems, Dana Reid, Vickie Vogt, Delores Kasper, Theresea Liston, Teresa Kurczbuch, Nancy Stutsman, Luba Korobka, Beverly Thompson, Sandra Perry, Donna Walker, Bar- bara Tharp, Geraldine Schultz, Marion Strain, Susan Ross, Mirian Werner, Mary Miller. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Thomas Lay, Roger Draves, Carlos Gomez, Gary Hoffer, Jon Coleman, Chalmer Paulson, Jerald Franz, Robert Garvin, Kenneth Nichols, Terry Seger, Dean Heckendorn, John Solis, James Rodgers, Larry Havens, Carl Martin, Darrel Schrag, Louis Self, Gary Kirkpatrick. SECOND ROW: Jerry Killfoil, Johnnie Anderson, Gary Raffety, Susan Walton, Dorothy Kay Kaiser, Joyce Koehn, Nancy Okerberg, Beverly Miller, Mary Ray, Carol Logan, Adelyn Waltner, Connie Page, Rosalind Regier, Joyce Klassen, DeLome Stutsman, Harold Harris, Bill McMillen, Miss Froom. FIRST ROW: Lorrin Dreier, Henry Sanseda, Stanley Jantz, Norma Shuler, Anne Simpson, Karen Odden, Diana Sills, Verda Wagner, Loretta Holmes, Martha Ward, Donna Wilson, Hazel Wilson, Delores Richmond, Janice Hall, Robert Waltner, Tino Monarez, Walter Shacklett, Pat O'Bryan. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lynn Weas, Berry Fiedler, Steve Stuckey, Robert Cravens, Robert Fraser, Bob Schorn, Carl Nelson, Gary Ells, Willian Jackson, Norman Roux, Galen Peters, Johnnie Bolen, Steve Baird, Larry Cunningham. SECOND ROW: Bruce Kaufman, Louie Lujano, Dorothy Adamson, Beverly Cook, Barbara Cook, Patricia Cramer, Marion Jives, Denise Casey, Carol lee Decker, Susan Cain, Marla Weaver, Judy Claassen, Donna Dunlap, Joan Andres, Sadie Becker, Gary Davis. FRONT ROW: John Solis, Richard Fast, Larry Clark, Mike Rhoades, Bob Woods, Darlene Bombardier, Kay Hanna, Elaine Findley, Carol Goodall, Judy Graber, Judy Donald- son, Barbara Burner, Jerry Androes, Terry Borger, Karen Dove. 'Q it if Q-iw , Claaa Room Shota fggf, ,.., , 2 ggi xi F W' 2 Student Council FRONT ROW: Carole Grace, Miriam Werner, Martin Myers, Martha Clark, Bruce Lyon, Burton Fretz. BACK ROW: Bob Swickard, Pat Speir, Howard Schmidt, Bob Tieszen, Barbara Boudreau, Nancy Blos- ser, Loren Richter. STANDING: Mr. Allbaugh Sponsor. The Student Council represented the students in promoting, directing and super- vising a variety of activities. One of the Council's main responsibilities was the preparation of assemblies. Other special projects included student elections, homecoming activities, and exchange assemblies with Hutchinson and El Dorado. Council members were Burton Fretz, President, Carole Grace, Head Monitor, Loren Richter, Senior President, Pat Speir, and Bruce Lyon, Senior Representatives, Martin Myers, Junior President, Martha Clark and Howard Schmidt, Junior Representatives, Miriam Werner, Sopho- more President, Nancy Blosser, and Bob Ties- zen, Sophomore Representatives. Barbara Boudreau, Pep Club President, and Bob Swickard, Drum Major, were Advisory members. The Coun- cil named Pat Speir as its Vice-President, Martha Clark, Secretary, and Howard Schmidt, Sergeant-at-Arms. BURTON FRETZ MR. ALLBAUGH Student Council President 24 Council Advisor M " 4753-duh., 5 X .. A 'rf i- I ' "' -.4 x.. MQ M-J 1- - -- ,., W .. rfirm . My - I D I i l . 1 rx. X11 3 I 3' 1. f "" ' r Ill nn- U... .5 ,., 'ir ' l Y rfsif Q' 1 'B ' If w'fn f "f -. ,.-ff YQ... or" - ' ci: Q X -.2-fr 'WM " ' N' . .Yewlun High Sch00l-- "Home 0f the R'ailr0aders" iw S.-mg xxrx' NEw'foN, KANSAS, NOVPIMIKEIC zrfmfsgor WW K NU'1f'Wf Contractors Submrt For New Junior Hi Ry James Graber Kwry :Lf-m of the plans for the IEW juni-rx' high Ssvfhvul to bu built n thi' fznrxthwzrst part uf town in -he ne-zu' fnrurr- is undm- scrutiny, as tho Nrlwtnn Hnarfi of Education Zonsnlves :xv.arrizng tho rvmtrfrcts 'ur ns cnnftruction.. 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She mqhew tn Add a gift of hm-r own but bhv haw nothing. HWS Yhrwugh by nffgr. Nm sfwnwh ,f-" 'Near tvs. will svrwf nn fr , evzxiuate the 5-lnuthf Qihfm 'A I fm. . mum.. .....m1...m fron rim-rm-:mn nr ... LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Rogers, Sue Simpson, Pat Speir, Joyce Walter, John Suderrnan, Bruce Hackett, Byron Winans, Larry White. V JOYCE ANDERSON, Head Usherette Uahenettea , 5 Z A " J V , . 1 .aa-.. gn-. - : Q ,, 5 f 1 , .1 r FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sally O'Bryan, Dona McKanna, Judy Griffith, Judy Walker, Mary Claassen, Carole Grace, Joyce Anderson, Jolene Dillman, Karen Staley, Bev Nunns. BACK ROW: Kay Gilchrist, Martha Clark, Janet Torline, Rosalind Enns, Pat Becraft, Marilyn Gertsen, Becky Humphrey, Ann Burner, Janice Henry. NOT PICTURED: Marceil Welsh. Theqpep club cheered the teams on to victories and gave them equal support ' in defeat. In their white blouses and black skirts, they formed a giant megaphone through which the foot- ball team ran onto the field. Girls wearing black sweaters made an "N" in the midst of the club's section at basketball games. Members acquired black and gold felt emblems this year for the first time. A "Person to Person" skit was the highlight of the club's annual assembly program. Gail Lee, Kay V "Come on team, wi 're with ya. . . " etteh 'nn-Y if R Y-TEEN CABINET, FRONT ROW: Mary Ann Claassen, Presidentg Dona McKanna, Vice-President, Darla Dteier, Treasurer, Judy Wedel, Secretaryg Miss Edith Whitted, Head Sponsor. BACK ROW: Sponsors Mrs. Alma Moore, Miss Marva Lange, Miss Esther Froomg Committee Chairmen Elaine Banmang Leah Jean Ander- son, Anne Bumer, Ruth Stark, Rosalind Enns, Jolene Dillman, Becky Humphreyg Sponsors Miss Bonnie Se- landers, Miss Betty Baerg, Miss Lavinia Leibengood. U-'Jeena and -Hi-14 The Y-Teens and Hi-Y pursued their purposes of providing student Christian fellowship and service to the school. In addi assemblies or in committee groups each week tion to meeting either in general , the organizations had as a main activity the operating of a concession stand at home football games. They contributed their'funds, their time, and othe spring, the Y-Teens entertained the Hi-Y at HI-Y CABINET, FRONT ROW: Curtis Hartenberger, Jerry Dickson, Vice-Presidentg Kenneth Franz, Secretaryg Mel Minnis, Wayne Klassen, Treasurer. BACK ROW: Duane Blackwood, Sponsor, A.R. Self, Head Sponsorg Bruce Hackett, President: Clifford Yamell, J. Birch Stuart, Sponsors. NOT PICTURED: Raleigh Nichol, Tom Beattie, Sponsor. ,W yy 5 A fr, M T I EL.Y.q":'1m:L5Mw5 T W 4 as ,, I y X X V ' as 25 if 'Ulm -snails S1 I 1 , x i 422 t"r Q . ' 'F t': i .. -ssrg . QQ "i' ' 1 ' ,.,' 1 A r gifts to charitable groups. In the a party. imma-. gp, vu hz. N, 3 1 3, lg 'L 4 1 in f, E ir g s gf:-'sjg fig , 2,2 ,Z N . , 1- f- , v V , l r xl is rr rn. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Dunlap, Roberta Hessler, Rosalind Enns, Rose Allison, Don Griswold, John Grove, Bob Garvin, George Arnold, Robert Baldwin, Joan Jantz, Carolyn Fitch, Bruce Kaufman, David Berry, Jon Coleman, Robert Fraser, Rosa 'e Botterweck, Jeanne Malyberry, Gary Caldwell. SECOND ROW: Jo ce Dilbeck, Andrea Epp, Dea urkhart, Susan Cain, Joyce Klassen, Bette Kean Franz, Mart! Lairmore, Martha Klassen, Sharon Bennett, Jana Hullet, Jayne Loyd, Ju ie Heckendom, Phyllis Haw- kins, Darlene Bombardier, Jud Anduss, Karen Dove, Carol Logan, Madelyn Hartenberger, Carol Dyck, Jucly Graber. FRONT ROW:Miss Selanders, Becky Epp, Jeanne Hull, Lois Jackson, Kay Hanna, Elaine Findley, Karen Grace, Lynn Murphree, Karen Krehbiel, Sally Hawkins, Etta Beebe, Nyrna Harper, Paulette Frey, Martha Clark, Anne Bumer, Kay Gilchrist, Dorothy Adam- son, Carol Fraser, Barbara Burner, Latin Club Membership in Latin Club, sponsored by Miss Bonnie Selanders, hit an all-time high of l75 this year. Initiation, the Satumalia, a Toga He?-, and the annual Roman Banquet highlighted the year's programs. ' O lcers were Martin Myers and Mike Sizemore, consuls, Martha Clark, secretary, and Howard Schmidt, treasurer. XCK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gary Hoffer, Joyce Koehn, Sharon Sturd, lsan Walton, Celia Vogt, Gary Rowland, Chalrner Paulson, Ronnie Sch- aber, Paul Vege, Tom Sandwell, Ed Godsey, Howard Schmidt, Doug chardson, John Olson, Mike Sheets, Gary Ream, Richard Thrasher, Earl xberts. SECOND ROW: Steve Baird, Beverly Miller, Edith Sweet, Judy oelk, Rosalind Regier, Diana Sills, Norma Shuler, Dorothy T hiessen, ary Ruth Thompson, Pat Brooker, Mary Carol Voth, Helen Wil- ms, Susan Ross, Evelyn Voth, Adelxyn Wa tner, Barbara Reeve, Patsy eg, Margaret Gatz, Bill Getz. FRO T ROW: Marolyn Moore, Nedra itchell, ancy Okerberg, Donna Naden, Brenda Olson, Dorris Sey- our, Carolyn Schroeder, Connie Schmitt, Joan Thrasher, Anne Suder- an, Miriam Werner, Annie Simpson, Bev Thompson, Carolyn Moore, Iary Sadowskv. Anrita Welsh, Roberta Barrett, Joan Andres. - 1' ' 1. . x wiv if ,cv A .. -- we ,T usigw xsafA.aC A .V X W tn a v m 3' ..,.. . ., ,D S Hi Si .1 ,.: A 5 51 V,- C 4 , mfr! , .,... F5 .. ,L ,M ,Fw I K as :W N Q I P 1 gm fE': .-1- g I Q , iii? . ,E f N 4 Q if wi My W if -A ks. limi 55: " . . . .... , there was a man in a rowboat and he tried to make me wear a girdle like a communist. . . . ! 5 t I5 the 'Jn 'nq Pan s persistance the only way to achieve success? The enior class play, "Out of the Frying Pan", presented in November 22, 1957, portrayed the amusing ini ,idents along the road to fame in the lives of six young eople, three boys and three girls, who had banded to- gether for financial reasons and were sharing the same ,partment while seeking recognition as actors and ctresses. The cast included, David Graybill, Larry Jhite, Carole Grace, John Suderman, Jolene Dillman, Zaren Staley, Ann McFarlane, Gerri Holmes, Rodger laters, Loren Richter, Dayl Kaiser, and Mel Minnis. lally O'Bryan was stage manager. The play was directed Y Tom Beattie, dramatics instructor. "Look, Dottie, even if I were in love with you, can't you see it's not right? CD' S ' .J FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Thomas, Jeri Lynn Garnett, Thelma Williamson, Nancy Blosser, Miss Olive Anderson. SECOND ROW: Jennie Jaso, Gwen Nickel, Kay Kaiser, Isabelle Becker, Judy Regier, Faustine Monarez. BACK ROW: James Jantz, Ted Edwards, Carlos Gomez, Joe Solis, Tony Epp, Danny McDonaold. 'Jnench Club This year's French Club decided at the beginning of the year that because they were few in number that they would hold their meetings in the homes of members instead of at school. Club officers were DeLome Stutsman, President, Marcy Welsh, Treasurerg and Pat Becraft, Secretary. Miss Olive Anderson was sponsor. Spaniah Club Nancy Blosser served as president of the Spanish Club this year. Other officers were Kay Kaiser, Secretary, and Anthony Epp, Treasurer. This group, sponsored by Miss Olive Anderson, learned to speak Spanish more informally, played Spanish games, and gained more knowledge of Spanish -speaking people and their customs LEFT TO RIGHT: Jane Kliewer, Walter Shacklett, DeLome Stutsman, Marceil Welsh, Jackie King, Miss Olive Anderson, Judy Hamilton, Nancy Johnson, Mary Ann Ensz, Pat Becraft. ,r w ,::rwmmmsmsmws.srsfmrwml- The Art Club, sponsored by Miss Marie Orr, offered students oppor- tunity to increase their apprec- iation of various types of art work Members also made their talents available through the Art Service Committee, a group which did art work needed by other school groups. BACK ROW Mickey Dudte Donald Naylor, Stanley Jantz, Gene Anderson Paul Livengood Carl McKim Paul Harder, Lee Thomas, Stanley Claassen John Bolen Bob Hopkins Marshall Walker, Richard Eby. MIDDLE ROW Alvin Musser John Lehner Jim Duncan, Galen Peters, Billy Jackson, Larry Froman Marvin Musser Jerry Fiedler, Bill Brown, Doug Williams, Larry Hedrick Vrrgene Gaede FIRST ROW: Glenn Siebert, Lee Bowman, Loren Dreier Roy Brainard Larry Smith Tom Lay, Norman Roux, Fred Dick Robert Sweet, Larry Clark Jake Adams, Leo Staley. SEATED: Mr. Ralph Karns Advisor Jim Hamilton Bruce Sadowsky, Donnie Gronau, Byron Winans Ronnie Krehbrel Doug Inghram. ,,, f'5PNf"""' Wifi .f Band and Oncheatna The annual trip to the Hutchinson State Fair, appearing at the Band Day at KSTC, Emporia, and returning to Hutchinson for the basketball game at the Sports Arena were among the highlights of the year for the 85-piece Railroader band, directed by E.S. Sanderson. The band added color to home football and basketball games and to pep assemblies. The 70-member orchestra, directed by Mr. Sanderson assisted by Miss Janis Rollow, joined with the band and vocal groups to present programs at Wellington High and Wichita University. The orchestra performed at the annual Christmas musical program and at the spring all-instrumental concert. ELVERA he shepherd, offer gifts to the Chonua Highlighting the chorus year was the presentation of the Christmas opera, "Amahl and the Night Visitors The cast under the direction of Miss Elvera Voth consisted of Amahl, Jeannie Nieder- lander and David Klasseng the mother, Sue . 'ld- iot the Chuswm Rehorn and Elaine Banmang the Kings, Martin S his 4-,tuich Myers, Jerry Freeburne, Bob Rich, and Larry Amahl offs' Guhr, the Page, Bruce Voth. The mixed chorus portrayed the shepherds. FRONT ROW: Mary Unrau, Martha Clark, Kay Kappler, Rosalind Enns, Elaine Banman, Sue Rehorn, Gary Rowland, Nevin Burkhart, David Klassen, Martin Myers, Ben Stahly, Dayl Kaiser, Sandra Bailey, Gloria Williams, Shirlene Koehn, Joetta Unger, Virginia Jantz, Judy Regier, Bonnie Gardner, Grace Gillham, Sherill Casey. SECOND ROW: Peggy Nebergall, Evalena Jensen, Janice Harder, Judy Wedel, Nancy Okerberg, Mary Miller, Lois Martens, Larry Guhr, Jerry Freeburne, Jon Coleman, Gary Davis, Marilyn Gertsen, Elaine Schmidt, Mary Claassen, Darla Drier, Gail Abbott, Jeanne Suderman. BACK ROW: Joyce Clymer, Wilda Nobles, Lois Pugsley, Kay Rounds, Lawrence McGaugh, John Sears, Glenn Rupp, Ruben Rodrigues, James Nickel, Jerry Decker, Arthur Unruh, Bonnie Unruh, Julane Manning, Becky Ruth, Mary Rosalez. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bonnie Gardner, Judy Graber,' Marceil Welsh, Darla Mclilton, Linda Alderson, Mrs. Alma Moore. BACK ROW: Lanny Unruh, Albert Zavala, Jerry Dickson, Bruce Lyon, Bob Rich, Loren Richter, Duane Martens, Burton Fretz, Janet Torline, Susan King. Debate The Newton debate squad had another very successful season, under the guidance and leadership of Mrs. Alma Moore. Ten trophies were won, seven of them first place awards. This is the highest total of debate trophies won by any school in the state during the season. The subject being debated this year was "Resolved: That the United States direct economic aid to individual countries should be limited to technical assistance and disaster relief". The season was completed by the debaters' winning first place at the district, then traveling on to the state tournament where they placed fourth. U Matcell WQSE- Lote 511 Ere ' by To STATE ME won, Burma MRS. ALMA Moons, Ricmgg, mace 37 Coach Kasitz . Janet anth- Caro y og an a erry, Ju y Hackett, Curtis artenb , Chfar V oyer, Larry O Wlomtoua Lal' A5515-t Glglgzce Cjmla ir ls' snug Q 'WWII QQ TTO am! R J E A 'J V' 'W' A L a, DQ be-E rmuson, 1 d I' J Nb G.A.A, OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Wilma Lee, Sponsor, Karen Hunter, Vice-President, Mary Ann Ensz, SecretaryrTrea- surerg Kay Gilchrist, Sports Managerg Jeanne Mayberry. s , Bowling and work on the trampoline were s H Q ' Q padded features to the regular G.A.A. program E "' ithis year. ln addition to the Tuesday after g 1., i s gsasr 5 g fschool meetings, the girls met every Thursday I yssr A I S ,night at the YMCA to participate in swimming, X Al I g X it i basketball, and various other sports. F F g I l A CK ROW, LEFT J RIGHT: Caro- i Fitch, Flora ebe, Beverly aber, Jean ego, Karen ,I1tel', Janet Irline, Patsy ag. FOURTH IW: Judy adel, Jcayce assen, arol zcker, Bonnie chodemus, :rda Wagner, iy Dona dson, me Simpson. -IIRD ROW: :lorne Stuts- an, Martha ard, Donna ilson, Ruth ison, ndra Bailey, ry Gilchrist, ven Davis. COND ROW: salind Regier, :ly Grant, SENIOR GIRLS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Brenda Stutsrnan, Sally Og Bryan, Evelyn Cobbs, Betty Elimon, Jeanne Mayberry, Evalena Jenson, Colleen Didier. ana Sills, Carol Cobbs, Celia Vogt, Kay Hanna, Judy Claassan, Sandra Bailey, Nancy Okerberg, Elaine Findle , Mariam erner. FIRST ROW: Evelyn Cobbs, Sally O'Bryan, Betty Elirnon, Jeanne Mayberry, Evelena Jensen, Colene Diclyier, Brenda LIISYU 3l'1 . vi ., , 4 ,vw .. K -P Vi ' - ' - :i f F - , Lf il 'Q Wx S s 3 53 1 1 53 2. kt V 'EM A A, i s '- ' J i Q fa:-- E259 ,MW ' ,. f ' '2- mmv , 3, , v , 1- ., ,X If V I E: ' , ,Q - M Homecoming xx.. Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton N t ew on Newton Goofball The 1957 Railer football squad lacked size, depth, and experience. To some observers in the early part of the season, the team also lacked another gridiron necessity--con- fidence. l The experience was gained the hard way as the boys fought futilely while losing the first four contests. Then, these Railer gridmen "found them-selves" in the Homecoming clash with El Dorado and missed winning for their Queen by a minute and 20 seconds. Following this I9-21 loss, the Railer crew made history by beating :AQ Ill . '- ' ' 3 s J E! 'SE 'i iii fc' 1 . jf 7 :ivffifli A1 , ,W M Y? if ,hardy Sehcat '3ootball J Newton eleven had been able do in l4 seasons. lt was the rst time the Railroaders had beaten e Crusaders there in 28 years. After a narrow loss to Wichita est, Coach Curtis Fischer's men :ined their second victory by :ating Derby, a team with but ie previous loss on its record. '- .sy 32 if 4 i. EW up fe faq 72 606 C 6021819 if st Returning lettermen this year niors Casey Cook, Hardy Seacat, :rry Walters, and iuniors Maurice eckington, Earl White, and Howard :hmidt. Others in the meager senior :legation were Elbert Cobbs, Jerry 'ain, Bruce Day, and Dan Walters. Despite the handicaps facing em, these Railroaders will be membered as a team Wl10 COINS bClCl4 ter early reversals to play fine otball . Assistant Cliff Y l A ,ix ix Fiahring WJ' ROW: Jerry Walters, Bruce Day, Kenny Pulaski, Jim Gronau, Jerry Crain, Casey Cook. SECOND ROW: E White, Hardy Seacat, Elbert Cobbs, Dan Walters, Howard Schmidt, Billy Townsend, Darrel Ewert, Maurice Leckington, Barry Fiedler. THIRD ROW: Robert Baldwin, Bill Lujano, Steven Stucky, Frank Mitchell, Robert K Vernon Smith, Larry Froman, Bill Brittain, Clarence Reed, Bob Woods, Ronnie Krehbiel, Marshall Walker. FOURTH ROW: Eddie Nordstrom, trainer, Mike Rhoades, Robert Cravens, Gary Ells, Norman Roux, Bruce Kaufl Bill Jackson, Galen Peters, Lynn Weas, Carl Nelson, Bob Schorn, Larry Clark, Joe Solis. NOT PICTURED: Roni Barker, Juniorl-Ianke, trainer. , s ...W .D ::'?7:s:z::xis2'zws.: 1 , 4,Ws,g, F , 'Q X as . r I F X . s. f ii ta- 4 Tiara ,F .... s -aw ,,,.,,..,....W- , - , , . L - 4 -,. ft-M-'--'WA' ' "" .......-N Y N41 W V' M. , rfj, ..a-aid' ., ' , '-y'r?"f , f ' - ,, W , , if s f - pw fatal N fl "W .ohms ' r fe . , iii, 'l'VT"' CMN, v i ""'?"'f "'A 3 i,'5m 'VK' W T" l',,. ,K 'U 'nf www "' ,ri , ,f K , , .V .qi Us-'T.5'Lg '59, f ,,,,,,,. A. 'W A i is 1, ' :53"'r'- f 2 r i' "fi-erfa7s4f5i+Qes1'if' E wiv . K 5 , 3,5 r T . ,Q ' I 'X' ' tf,','.. sgvwt A " V ' . L0 . . ' :gift jj f fa-mir' - 'f3,,a,,Q i,, , in , v r. 'f A -Q, natal wtf .-,J 'gm 'f "4 A fan ,H . 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BACK ROW: Kenny Franz, Bill Amrnann, Jerry Crain, Vernon Smith, Paul Vega, Robert Kern, Richard Spencer, Jerald Franz. wm- Wi-li Jerry SEASON'S RECORD 46 Newton Parsons Newton 42 Dodge City Newton 42 El Dorado Newton 46 Hutchinson Newton 5i Winfield Newton 39 Shawnee-Mission Newton 70 Arkansas City Newton 69 Wellington Newton 46 Hutchinson Newton 80 Emporia Newton 46 El Dorado Newton 25 Wichita East Newton 64 Winfield Newton 44 Arkansas City Newton 48 Wichita North Newton 63 Wellington INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT Newton 50 Garden City Newton 57 McPherson REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Newton 38 Salina Newton 48 Manhattan ARK VALLEY STANDINGS XV- L Pct. NEWTON 9 I . 900 El Dorado 8 . Hutchinson 5 . 2 800 4 555 Winfield 6 . 333 7 300 9 100 3 Arkansas City 3 . Wellington l , Coach John Ravenscroft's T957-158 Rail- roader basketball team was described by fans as being one which "had no right to win." Yet this squad, lacking height and with but two retuming lettermen, won its first twelve games and held the ranking of "top team in the state" on s rts writer polls for eight weeks during thi season. The Railers won the Ark Valley cham ionship with but one loss. For the season, they had T7 victories and 3 defeats, two of the losses by a single point. They were champions of the 4-team invitation- al tourney here in January. A towering Man- hattan team toppled the Railers by a single point in the finals of the regional tournament at Salina, to end these Railroaders' dream of joining other great Newton teams who have made a bid for the state tournament title. Senior Richard Deschner was named on the all-state team. Sophomore Vernon Smith mer- ited all-state honorable mention. Deschner and Smith were picked for the all-Ark Valley first five. Billy Townsend made the all-Valley second team, and Casey Cook received honor- able mention . TRACK SQUAD, FRONT ROW: Bruce Day, Glenn Rupp, John Suderrnan, Jerry Crain, Junior Hanke, Kenny Franz, Ed Dawson, Elbert Cobbs. SECOND ROW: Bill Schorn, Reggie Cooper, Howard Schmidt, John Lehner, Bill Brittain, Robert Kern, John Sears. BACK ROW: Coach Curtis Fischer, Tim Rupp, Bob Tieszen, Frank Mitchell, Jon Anderson, Terry Seger, Galen Peters, Norman Roux, Lynn Weas, Jack Schrieber, Manager Jerry Walters, Assistant Coach D. L. Berry. LEFT, WITH COACH BERRY ARE SENIORS: Day, Rupp, Dawson, Suderrnan, Hanke, and Crain. BOTTOM: Coach Fischer works with sprinter Kenny Franz and hurdler Elbert Cobbs. Pacing the Railer track team this spring were senior lettermen Junior Hanke, javelin, Jerry Crain, pole vault, Elbert Cobbs, hurdles, and Kenny Franz, relays. Other returning lettermen were Robert Kern, dashes and relays, and Bill Brittain, relays and hurdles. Other senior squad members were weight men Bruce Day, Ed Dawson, Glenn Rupp, and John Suderman. The team, coached by Curtis Fischer and D.L. Berry, en- tered the Sterling, K.U., Wichita U., and Hutchinson Relays and the Ark Valley meet, all ot the meets at which the tracksters could qual- ify for the regional by placing third or better in an event. 50 BASEBALL SQUAD, FRONT ROW: Celio Sandate, Bob Cravens, Paul Vega, Wayne Klassen, Richard Spencer, Bill Townsend, Gary Ream, Ronnie Barker. SECOND ROW: Henry Sanseda, Bil1McMil1a1'l, Jon Kurczbuch, Mike Rhoades, Gary Raffety, LoelLoganbi1l, Eddie Utterback, Terry Brown, Vernon Smith. BACK ROW: Coach Cliff Yarnell, Eddie Nordstrom, David Henry, Bobbie Schmidt, Gary Ells, Robert Fraser, Tom Kelly, James Jantz, Larry Clark, Assistant Coach Walter Willis. RIGHT, SENIOR SQUAD MEMBERS: Loganbill, Brown, Spencer, and Klassen demonstrate their batting stance. BOTTOM: RETURNING SQUAD MEMBERS: Loganbill, Vaga, Townsend, Ream, Smith Klassen, and Spencer loosen their arms in Lindley Hall, out of the late winter's snow and cold. The baseball team was ham er- ed in its early practice efforts y the late arrival of spring and had to hold several workouts indoors. Returning as lettermen to Coaches Cliff Yarnell and Walter Willis were pitchers Wa ne Klassen and Bill Townsend andinfielders Rich- ard Spencer and Vernon Smith. Other players back from last sea- son's squad were infielders Paul Vega and Loel Loganbill and catcher Gary Ream. ,Hail , a Where There s your Hail to -H ever forward , if :Y ' W L ,. A 4 5' H11-1 fn. 'f .1g.g.!f7::L- " my ff.Q-.hgflliliig.txmaaizs-QgyixsgsPM .AL wuz Y. :, t , Z1 H Q ,tg . .1 ' is -at :L ' .' ' ,,A . Q f. av fig lfff W W wh Z,',,,,. T: ' " . '- , , A - f 1 W 1 v we r 15 H ,xr " gvunooxs . A il J ' x I ff x 2 . M f S x 'L L Q , 4 1 X J, A , l , L 7 . ' X5 Lg , ff . 1. v Hi. 4 ',i X , A 0 "V f .- , e LHw4f.aiezA....p5"' "'!:.4j.1:nv'v lar 'A ' ..44..M-,-. ..w.v Y.,g....W.k,.M. .A.Y M m.--M.. , , ,,,,,,M,A W - ,, ,AA, M , 1 E 4 1 i 5 ! 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 x 4 4 .1 Z 1 . 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