Newton High School - Railroader Yearbook (Newton, KS)

 - Class of 1961

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Newton High School would like to take this opportunity to thank Dr. Myers for his service, and to wish Mr. Walker much success in the future with this new position MANY DREAMS FOR THE FUTURE A 5260, O00 bond issue was brought before the public last year. It will pro- vide a general shop for high school stu- dents. These facilities to be completed in the near future will open new oppor- tunities to students. I Jitsu lim' 'e BIRCH STUART, Chemistry. PHIL SCOTT, Social Studies. LAWRENCE MCGOVERN, Social Studies. LELAND MOORE, Social Studies. A. R. SELF, Social Studies. RONALD BRUCE, Biology. SHERMAN GRISWOLD, Biology. CLARENCE NILES, Physics. THESE ARE OUR er EDITH WHITTED, ' Mathematics. BROOKS TERRY, Mathematics. OLIVE ANDERSON, French, Spanish, English. BONNIE SELANDERS , Latin. xv LEO BRANDT, Mechanical Drawing. R. M. KARNS, Vocational Agriculture. DARWIN BERRY, Industrial Arts FRANKLIN KING, Woodworking. DAVID WINTERS, Physical Education, Wrestling. IEANNE YEOMAN, Physical Education. JOHN RAVENSCROFT, Physical Education. I STRUCTORS MARTHA S HAZEL GORDON , Foods. JA M Dramatics, English. ALMA MOORE, Speech, Forensics. MARIE ORR, Art. IMPS ON , Clothing . JUANITA HAWKINS, study Hall. MARY ROBERTS, Librarian. ES SWEENEY, BETTY LOFLAND, English. NANCY WEERTS, Social Studies, Journalism NOLA ZUERCHER, English. MARVA LANGE, English. DORIS MORTON, English. GARY FLETCHER, Orchestra. BILL HUFFMAN, Commerce. LESTER DUCKETT , Commerce. DAN ZOLLARS, Vocal Music. E. S. SANDERSON, Band. ENIORS LEA VE BEHIND MAT MEMORIES www mlb 69991 bi 30? 10649 0985 ' . eww yi? 1961 Class Rings Senior skating party is a big event. '61 graduates leave N.H. S. to next years seniors. I zigigzigigjil. , ,4,.,...... . .A4..,.,,, . ..,,.,...A. A.4.,.,...,A. A ,.A,.,,.-, i if ":2ifiiQii2Q-. 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' - - RALPH BAEHR-Cheerleader 35 Student Council 45 Student Council President 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Debate Squad 45 Forensics Pin 45 Thespian Club 45 Thespian Pin 45 Junior Play5 Senior Playg All School Play 35 Boys' State Representative 35 Band 25 Special Band 25 Latin Club 2, 35 Latin Club Officer 2, Thespian Officer 4. I f .rf -GZ' DAVID BALLOU-Hi-Y 45 Track Squad 2, 3,45 Basket- ball Squad 45 Wrestling Squad 25 Latin Club 4. LEE BARNHART -Wichita Falls, Texas 2, 35 Basketball Squad 2, 3, 45 Baseball Squad 2, 3, 4. ROSS BECKER -Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Class Vice-President 45 Newtonian Business Manager 45 Thespian Club 45 Assistant Director 45 All School Play 35 Stage Crew 3,4. 'X Q, W 11 I fc 'Q E X 5 3 4 ix,-' M -5 3 , KP' .5- 4522? 5, . ,K f Ri ?is5i!5t2 at 'Q PEGGY BERNOWICH-St. Mary of the Plains 25 Vocal Ensembles 2, 45 Mixed Chorus 2,45 Latin Club 25 Pep Club 2, 4. PHYLLIS BESORE-Y-Teens 2, 35 Pep Club 45 G.A. L. 45 Stage Crew 4. KAROLYNN BLOCK-Y-Teens 25 Pep Club 2, 45 G.A. L 25 Senior Play5 Stage Crew 45 Art Club 4. GARY BOLDENOW-Hi-Y 2, 4. VIC BRIAR -Football Squad 2, 3, 4 QLJ5 Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4 QLQ5 Baseball Squad 2. CHARLIE BROWN-Wrestling Squad 3 QLJ5 Art Club 45 Art Service Committee 45 "N" Club 4. Na... A as V1 funn I l I YH- . MARVIN coRNwELL-HEY 2. BEVERLY QRAMER-Y-Teens 2, 3,4. BETTY DAILY-Y-Teens 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, c. A. L. 2, 3. IANICE DARROW-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Newtonian Advertising Manager 4, Librarian Assistant 3, 4, Art Club 3,45 Art Service Committee 3, 4, Red Cross Club 3,45 Red Cross Officer 3, 4. RONALD DECKER -F. F. A. 3, 45 Vocational Agriculture Judging Team 4. , CATHI DICKEY-Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.L. 2 QLQ, 3 QLQ, 4, G.A.L. Officer 3, Technical Director 33 Newtonian Reporter 4, Railroader Circulation Manager 45 Thespian Club 4, Thespian Pin 45 Stage Crew 3, 4, French Club 2, Thespian Club Officer 43 Lighting Director 3, 43 Red Cross Club 4, Shakespearean Club 4. DAVID DIETRICI-I -HiAY 2, 3, Latin Club 2. JOYCE DILBECK-Scholarship Pin 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Railroader Club Editor 45 Monitor 4g Latin Club 2g Shakespearean Club 4. DLANA DILLMAN-YeTeens 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2. 45 CHERIE BROWN-Y-Teens 4, Hutchinson 2, 35 F. H. A. 2 3. ' GAYLE BROWN-Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep ciub 2, 3,45 Stage Crew 3, Band 25 Monitor 4, Art Club 4, Art Service Committee 4, Red Cross Club 4, Red Cross Officer 4. MARLENE BULLER-Usherette 3, 45 Student Council 4g Head Monitor 4, Y-Teens 22, 3,45 Stage Crew 2g Band 25 Special Band 25 Monitor 3,43 Shakespearean Club 4. GARY CALDWELL-Hi-Y 23 Latin Club 2, Art Club 4. LARRY CANNON-Hi-Y 43 Newtonian Reporter 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. JOYCE CHRISTIANS -Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. STANLEY CLAASSEN-F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. Officer 3, 45 Vocational Agriculture Judging Team 3, 4. PAULA COOK-Marion 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 35 F.H.A. 2, 35 Pep Club Officer 3, Salina 3, Y-Teen 2, Vocal Ensembles 3, Y-Teens 45 Pep Club 4. IANICE CORNELSEN-Y-Teens 2, 3, Pep Club 3,45 Spanish Club 3. FREDDY DODD-Jacksonville Ark. 33 Beebe Ark. 23 Football 2, 3 KL3 Manager 33 Track 33 Red Cross Club 33 Stage Crew 4. PAT DODDS-Y-Teens 2, 33 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 G.A. L. 23 Stage Crew 2, 3, 43 Monitor 33 Art Club 4, Art Service Committee 4. JANICE DUERKSEN-Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 3, 43 Vocal Ensemble 3,43 Orchestra 3. LOIS ELIMON-Pep Club 2, 3,43 G.A. L. 2, 33 Newtonian Reporter 43 Senior Play 4g Vocal Ensemble 43 Thespian Club 4. MARY ELLIS -Y-Teens 23 Pep Club 23 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Spanish Club 4g Shakespearean Club 4. ALICE ENDRES -Scholarship Pin 23 Pep Club 2, 33 G.A. L. 2 QLQ, 3 QLQ3 Shakespearean Club 4. JAMES ENDRES -Student Council 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Stage Crew 43 Music Pin 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Special Band 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Special Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Drum Major 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 4. ANDREA EPP-Scholarship Pin 33 Usherette 2, 43 Y- Teens 2, 3, 4g Y-Teen Cabinet 43 Pep Club 23 Railroader Activities Editor 43 Thespian Club 43 Junior Play3 Senior Plays Stage Manager 33 Stage Crew 33 Library Assistant 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 33 Shakespearean Club 4. BECKY EPP-Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Y-Teen Cabinet 43 Y-Teen Officer 43 Pep Club 23 Scholarship Pin 2, 3, 43 Usherette 3, 4. .591l?iTSi?ig:Yi3ggQ'g5ifQ:5ET525E5233E,SEEIIsE?Q55i25iit'iiii531E9FiTi,aff?rf3,5335533 I:F3521!3liLiirz325?'rLb?T55fwi155155513922S561Si53,23A!'2l55f2,i:?TEiis1i13f7iT5?: 5 5' ' il F 3. -If 1 " . Yiiirsfw T 'f 2392- .1 -, ew .isfmrliaies ' . ' 1 -z'.sQff3i-fe-3211? .3 ,..fffz.m,51.,,. 3 3 Fw . We we-zffzivgi. 33331 f 1.-..1:,:,,y 39157 . slit' .51 'i'119ff'iif ' Q.: 3 3 SM H . f,..15f.4' , , .,' 5 'VI HFI' , 5 , ,2,1fzff:t . 5 3 at YEAH if 'H - 6 5 ' ' iiwfwi. - - "E, 3312536533355 -.. ,..f:fQ.:F".a'fi-' ,. , W rw M1 I .I "' --ff 4:1110- " 3 . . 3 YWQQI .9 1 H u w' V .- ' S1 Lfv7Z5i7sk' " V yfifflzifszgg " 3+ --TQIQ27 JERRY ESTRADA-Track 43 Basketball 23 Art Club 43 Baseball 43 Wrestling 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, BARBARA ETTER -Peabody 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club 3. BETTY EWERT -Y-Teens 4. IOYE EWHXIG-Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Stage Crew 2, 3,43 Latin Club 3,45 Red Cross Club 2. DARWIN FELLERS -Thespian Club 43 Senior Play Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Art Club 3, 43 Art Service Com- mittee 3, 43 Art Pin 43 Red Cross Club 4. CAROL FLEMING -Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 G. A. L. 3, 43 Band 3, 4. BILL FLORY-Wrestling 43 Boys' State Rep. 33 Band 2,33 Special Band 2,43 Lab Ass. 43 F. F.A. 2,43 F.F.A. Officer 4s Vocation Agriculture Judging Team 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. BETTE FRANZ-Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 3,43 C-.A. L. 33 Stage Crew 33 Latin Club 33 Shakespearean Club 4. DALICE FRANZ-Basketball 2, 3 QLD, 43 F. F.A. 2, 3,43 "N" Club 4. I5 ,I ,,,,...5,,,-...:,..,-.5 .. raemw Q .1 ns- :1 -sw . ,,. . ,. 5:1true...-5:...::5.5.. .WHMMMEEWSQQ gimxiisggfm-5. "4:.'::...5f"-.s1.5.1-1: ' '11vgs223figS2i2zs .... ...5,..,..1 w-vm A -- .rgigwgglgg A 1 . ' Mg,..,,a E'S 5' rziggssiwg' M ':fs..'-avr: ' ' ' 5 L i 1 E i: H' I - nw f an - ,. , -wagers, 'Rift lx W li W .. M, W' H2 ,sg 5 r M 1 5 ,. P1 ii 5 as gr, . Q 'xr . it bless , R. ... M, .ai 1 2? 2 5 'H ' . f 'W V, l 8 dd 'M ...n..L. IEANIE GRONAU-Pep Club 2. JUDY GRONAU-Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club Representa tive 45 Monitor 35 Art Service Committee 4. THERESA GRONAU-Pep Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN GROVE-Class President 2, 45 Student Council 2, 45 Student Council Officer 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 2 QLj 3 QLQ, 4 QLQ5 Basketball 2, 3,45 Baseball 2, 3 QLQ, 45 Boys' State Representative 35 Latin Club 25 "N" Club 2, 45 "N" Club Officer. JUDY HAMILTON-Y-Teens 2,3,45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Railroader Club Editor5 Vocal Ensemble 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,45 Shakespearean Club 4. ROGER HAMM-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Wrestling Manager 2. NORMA HANSEN-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Band 25 Special Band 25 Red Cross Club 4. BOB HARTENBERGER-Wentworth Military Academy 2 Hi-Y 3,45 Baseball 2 QLQ5 Band 25 Special Band 25 Monitor 25 French Club 3. SALLY HAWKINS -Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Newtonian Reporter5 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 35 Stage Crew 45 Shakespearean Club 45 French Club Officer 35 G.A.L. 3 QLJ. HAROLD FUNK-Hi-Y 2. ZELLA BUCHER GAEDE-Y-Teens 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2. JERRY GAGLIONE-Football Manager 25 Wrestling 2 QLQ, 45 Art Club 3,45 Stage Crew 35 Senior Play,5 "N" Club 3, 4. JERI GARNETT-Y-Teens 2, 3,45 G.A. L. 2, 3 QLQ, 45 Stage Crew 35 Music Pin 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Special Band 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Shakespearean Club 4. JOHN GEIS-Track 45 Wrestling 2 QLD, 3 QLQ, 45 "N" Club 3,45 "N" Club Officer 4. BILL GETZ-Scholarship Pin 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 45 Student Council 35 Hi-Y 2, 3,45 Hi-Y Officer 25 Forensics Pin 3, 45 Debate Squad 3, 45 All School Play 35 Stage Crew 2, 35 Boys' State Representative 35 Lab Assistant 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 4. SHARON GIESBRECHT -Scholarship Pin 3, 45 Y-Teen Member 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Cabinet 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Railroader Business Manager5 Forensics Pin 2, 3, 45 Debate Squad 3, 45 Shakespearean Club 4. KAREN GRACE-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 G.A. L. 25 Monitor 45 Latin Club 2, 3,45 Red Cross Club 4. DON GRISWOLD-Football 2, 3 QLQ, 4 QLQ5 Track 2, 3 QLQ, 4 QLQ5 Boys' State Representative 35 Vocal Ensemble 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Latin Club 25 "N" Club 3,45 "N" Club Officer 4. ,9"sl 901' wwf. 1. flssfeiesxsrsigseg,-qmifz-fy,-Egsxmw.. L+:1...a Enos i rt :lf nh-v . af jk! MW 21- 1 7 - f x 't4 J 1 JUDI HECKENDORN-Class Treasurer 35 Cheerleader 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Newtonian Exchange Editor 45 All School Play 35 Stage Crew 3,45 Monitor 45 Latin Club 25 Homecoming Queen 45 Shakespearean Club 4. ROBERTA HESSLER -Scholarship Pin 2, 35 Y-Teen Cabinet 45 Y-Teen Officer 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 G.A. L. 211.55 Stage Crew 2, 35 Music Pin 25 Band 25 Special Band 25 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Club 45 Shakespearean Club 4. HOWARD HIGGINS -Hi-Y 2, 3. JAY HILL-Hi-Y 25 Newtonian Photographer 2, 3 45 Railroader Photographer 2, 35 Red Cross Club 4. JUDY HILLARD-Cheerleader 45 Y-Teen Officer 45 Y-Teen Cabinet 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club Officer 35 Pep Club 2, 35 G.A. L. 2 QLJ5 Monitor 4. MERLE HOLDEMAN-Art Club 3, 45 Art Service Committee 3. KATHRYN HOLMES-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 25 Monitor 4. NADJA HORN-Y-Teens 35 Stage Crew 35 French Club 25 Art Pin 35 Art Club 2, 3,45 Art Service Committee 2, 3,45 Art Club Officer 3, 45 Red Cross Club 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Officer 3, 4. KATHLEEN HUGHES - H . .. . in nag.. -ki' I5 " A . rr, . in 1.1 ff: As .3 'XF A 'N 'ff it W 5. .- f'.- il R N5 . ,. 1. ' . v H J E . , A as 1 5 MW I , ww I P tj' . 5 ' '- px' , , K A . , , I 5 1 ' i f f, sift 4. . J-04, -ii rf fe . 5 A I Aa. air It .ah . as is '5 .1 Q 96 M 5 -. s xx .4 Qi' J if .L-33 K ' 'L 7 V -55555. -5 . me fa, ,, . JEANNE HULL-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Forensics Pin 35 Debate Squad 35 Monitor 45 Latin Club 25 Red Cross Club 45 Shakespearean Club 4. BILL JACKSON-Hi-Y 3, 45 Football Squad 2, 35 Basket- ball Squad 2, 3, fLj5 Baseball Squad 35 Mixed Chorus 35 F. F. A. 3. LOIS JACKSON-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 G.A. L. 2 QLJ, 35 Newtonian Associate Exchange Editor 45 Latin Club 25 Stage Crew 45 Red Cross Club 4. JOAN JANTZ-Y-Teen Officer 45 Y-Teen Cabinet 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Music Pin 35 Vocal Ensembles 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Band 2, 3,45 Special Band 3, 45 Orchestra 25 Latin Club 2. JOHNNIE KAY JANZEN-Class Vice-President 35 Y-Teens 25 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Stage Crew 35 Monitor 3, 45 Art Club 45 Art Service Committee 4. ANITA JASO-Spanish Club 2. JENNIE JASO-Band 2, 3, 45 Special Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Special Orchestra 2, 35 Spanish Club 2. NANCY JOHNSON-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. CAROL JONES -Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 25 Monitor 25 Spanish Club 45 Shakespearean Club 4. 'I7 2:: 5 ',.-:: , , .' ,',. eg H . .. '. K L T 8 U X- "5 -- ' -E: ii VL 'S V 'ifef -7325" iii5if5r:7"i::':g5fii ""' H ': 2. M, P , - Umm, , . . .-fl,-my se m i ,f 3 1, -5, 5 ,Mfg , f - . N 15,55 ' w 51313 .V 7 . ., ' L .1 f ' 5 :5Etffi5fi51t, f ' Q.. . ' if i A .wt 4 MARTY LAIRMORE-Scholarship Pin 25 Y-Teen Officer 45 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Y-Teen Cabinet 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 G.A. L. 2, 35 Senior Play 45 Stage Crew 35 Girls' State Representative 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Shakespearean Club 4. GARY LASWELL- JOSIE LAVENANT-Pep Club 45 Stage Crew 45 Spanish Club 2. MARY LECKINGTON-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Monitor 2. EUGENE LEHMAN-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Track Squad 2, 3, 45 Wrestling Squad 2, 3, 4. IRMA LEPE-Pep Club 45 Monitor 25 Spanish Club 3. PAUL LIVENGOOD-Baseball Squad 45 F. F. A. 2, 35 Vocational Agriculture judging Team 35 Art Service Committee 4. ROSELLAMAS Pe Club2 3 4,G A L 2 L 3 4 ' P 1 ' - ' ' i is IAYNE LOYD-Usherette 3, 45 V-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep, Club 25 Railroader Senior Editor 45 Forensics Pin 35 Debate Squad 3, 45 Thespian Club 45 Senior Play 45 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Girls' State Representative 35 Latin Club 2, 45 Red Cross Club 45 Shakespearean Club 4. 18 JIM KLASSEN-Hi-Y 4. DAVID KLASSEN-Scholarship Pin 2, 35 Hi-Y Officer 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Cabinet 45 National Science Founda- tion 35 Music Pin 35 Vocal Ensembles 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 2 3. ' JANET KLASSEN-Pep Club 2, 3. MARTHA KLASSEN-Usherette 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 G.A. L. 2 QLQ, Railroader Class Editor 45 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Band 25 Special Band 25 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club Officer 25 Red Cross Club 45 Shakespearean Club 4. ROY KOEHN-Scholarship Pin 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Basket- ball Squad 2. SANDRA KOERNER -Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 C-.A. L. 2 QLQ, 3, 45 G.A. L. Officer 2, 35 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Monitor 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Art Club 3,45 Art Service Committee 45 Safety Council 25 Red Cross Club 4. KAREN KREHBIEL-Scholarship Pin 2, 35 Usherette 3, 45 Student Council 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club Representative 25 Pep Club 25 G. A. L. 35 Newtonian Editor in Chief 45 Thespian Club 45 Thespian Club Officer 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 All School Play 35 Stage Crew 3, 45 Monitor 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Shakespearean Club 45 D. A. R. Award 45 Thespian Pin 4. LAURINDA KURTI-I-Y-Teens 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Vocal Ensembles 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Spanish Club 4. RICHARD LAGREE-Track Squad 3 QLQ, 45 Art Pin 45 Art Club 4. A 5 .1 " ":. ,,': is .-.- ELOISE LUIANO-Pep Club 45 Spanish Club 2. DUANE LYON-Cheerleader 35 Hi-Y 35 Hi-Y Officer 35 I-Ii-Y Cabinet 35 Football Squad 35 Railroader Assistant Business Manager 45 Forensics Pin 45 Debate Squad 45 junior Play5 All School Play 35Boys' State Representative 35 Vocal Ensemble 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Band 25 Orchestra 2. RITA MAGNUSON-Scholarship Pin 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Newtonian Reporter 45 Senior Play 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Shakespearean Club 4. MIKE MARSHALL-Baseball 35 Newtonian Reporter 4. TOM MAST -Railroader Editor 45 Debate Squad 45 Band 25 Special Band 25 Spanish Club 2, 35 Forensics Pin 4. CHARLES MAYBERRY-Football 2, 4 QLQ5 Track 25 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 3. DAN MCDONALD-Football 25 Railroader Photographer 45 Band 25 Orchestra 25 F. F.A. 4. JAN MCDONALD-Hi-Y 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3 QLJ5 "N" Club 3, 45 "N" Club Officer 4. KAY MCFARLANE-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club Representative 35 Vocal Ensemble 25 Band 25 Special Band 25 Monitor 3. -Q-,-, W '-L .lan ,. 'Jr i , wf.-,Q 7, it if 12 f ' "' 1? K . 5 if 3 .2 aw X X C we-9 5" rr id -E- 1. , sr" ., 2 H 3-- 91 it Z 195 f -73" 'T'-.'.."' ""' SHEILA MCGAUGH-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 G.A. L. 45 Stage Crew 35 Spanish Club 35 Art Club 35 Shakespearean Club 4. BECKY JO MILLER-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3,45 Junior Play5 Mixed Chorus 35 Band 25 Special Band 25 Latin Club 25 Shakespearean Club 4. PEGGY MILLS -Newtonian Reporter 4. MARSHA MINNIS -Student Council 35 Class Officer 35 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club 3,45 G.A. L. 2 QLJ5 Railroader Sports Editor 45 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Band 25 Special Band 25 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Club 45 Shakespearean Club 4. JERRY MITCHELL-Salina High School5 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Pep Club Officer 3,45 Safety Club 25 G.A. L. 2, 35 Science Club 25 Student Council 45 Stage Crew 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3,45 Art Club 3, 45 Art Club Officer 35 Shakespearean Club 4. NEDRA MITCHELL-Y-Teens 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 G. A. L. 25 Newtonian Reporter 4. ALVIN MOODY-Whitewater 25 Newton 3, 45 Vice- President 25 Scholarship Pin 25 Student Council 25 Student Council Officer 25 Hi-Y 2, 45 Hi-Y Officer 25 Track 25 Basketball 25 Debate Squad 25 Stage Manager 25 Library Assistant 25 F. F. A. 4. MAROLYN MOORE-Scholarship Pin 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Music Pin 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Special Band 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Shakespearean Club 4. GAIL MORGAN-Cheerleader 45 Head Cheerleader 45 Pep Club 2, 35 G.A. L. 2 QLQ, 3fLj5 Newtonian Circulation Manager 45 All School Play 35 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Monitor 45 Homecoming Attendant 45 Shakespearean Club 45 Technical Director 35 Thespian Club 45 Thespian Club Officer 4. 'D 'NN-5. -5 -qi BRENDA OLSON-Scholarship Pin 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3 Pep Club 2, 35 Music Pin 35 Band 2, 3,45 Special Band 3,, Orchestra 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3. JOHN OLSON-Scholarship Pin 2, 35 Boys' State Representative 35 Latin Club 2, 45 Red Cross Club 3, 45 Red Cross Club Officer 4. DICK OURSLER-Hi -Y 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Band 25 Special Band 2. LORINDA OVERSTREET -Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Stage Crew 35 Latin Club 2. GARY PARK-Hi-Y 45 Newtonian Sports Editor 45 Senior Play 4. JUDY PATILLO-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 3, 45 Vocal Ensemble 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Spanish Club 45 Shakespearean Club 4. EMMETT PAULSON-Track 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, 4. GERRI PETERS-Y-Teens 25 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Stage GWEN MORGAN-Usherette 3, 45 Student Council 45 Class Officer 45 Pep Club 25 NewtonianAd Staff 45 Forensics Pin 35 Debate Squad 35 All School Play 35 Stage Crew 2, 35 Girls' State Representative 35 Monitor 3,45 Shakespearean Club 4. RON MORRISON-Basketball 25 Art Club 45 Hi-Y 2, 4. EUGENE MULL- LYNN MURPHREE-Usherette 3, 45 Head Usherette 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 25 Railroader Activities Editor 45 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 25 Art Club 35 Art Club Officer 35 Red Cross Club 45 Red Cross Officer 45 Shakespearean Club 4. DONNA NADEN-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Cabinet 3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Thespian Club 45 All School Play 35 Stage Manager 35 Stage Crew 3,45 Monitor 45 Latin Club 25 Red Cross Club 45 Shakespearean Club 4. ROGER NAYLOR-Football 25 Basketball 25 Stage Crew 2, 35 Art Club 45 Art Service Committee 45 Hi-Y 4. GWEN NICKEL-Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 35 Vocal Ensemble 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Orchestra 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Shakespearean Club 4. IEANIE NIEDERLANDER -Scholarship Pin 2, 35 Y- Teens 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Stage Crew 35 Music Pin 35 Vocal Ensemble 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club Officer 3. LLOYD NUNNS -Football 25 Art Service Committee 35 F. F.A. 4. xg ' , Q fqazfaiagf-z5."aa -f ., it : 4 - if - 55:7 575,191 "1" I ,I ' 'fs ' - ' . 4 fr f W- 'wlff , .,',5 L Us-v 'Iv-vel? f ,E 45 5 gg . -.Ex , 1 5 fill' 5 lf 33. ff' 'Q .5555-'r 1. E WH raswai ' Crew 3, 4- tele estt llrr TOM PETERS -spanish Club 2. ,., , 5, 34- ,. ,V,, , Magix , iii: si- In 3 ',,.-:. 1 If fa' i 5 - ,... In g . ,... . "L" ..... 20 5 we .I .M at A li I xi ., sw :EE GENE QUINT- JACK RAVENSCROFT-Newtonian Photographer 45 Railroader Photographer 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 4. JOY REIMER-Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 35 Vocal Ensembles 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Shakespearean 4. BARBARA RICH-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Stage Crew 35 Stage Manager 45 Band 25 Special Band 25 Orchestra 45 Spanish Club 45 Shakespearean Club 4. EARL ROBERTS -Basketball Manager 3, 4 QLQ5 Art Service Committee 4. KATHRYNE ROBERTS-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 G.A. L. 2 QLJ, 35 Railroader Class Editor 45 Thespian Club Officer 45 Thespian Club 45 Thespian Pin 45 Stage Crew 3, 45 All School Play5 Lighting Director 35 Monitor 45 Red Cross Club 45 Shakespearean Club 4. AUGUSTIN RODRIGUEZ -Baseball 45 Wrestling 3, 45 Music Pin 45 Vocal Ensembles 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 35 Special Band 2. GLORIA RODRIGUEZ-Pep Club 45 G. A. L. 45 Spanish Club 45 Art Club 4. MIKE ROY-Class President 35 Class Treasurer 25 Student Council 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Forensics Pin 3, 45 Debate Squad 3,45 Stage Crew 4. . p ,N NOT ' . ' PICTURED I n '12 di. 'Pam 5 5, . , . . 55 .. 3 ,X 5 1 I 73 Q 'nv 'qgyvf , .5 . -..-- , :QZQS W TM ., if af., 5 1,555 'ff Q f ik an f' mf in Q C- 3' s 4 5 rs- ..., .. ,.. 5 .4 fx V ',..-' - Q.: 1 me riff ? 6:59 :AJ R5 'K 35552 fl sf r u - VIHXIEAQLQ ' 'ii lf. 53 ,S R, 1 , 6 . I I - .'....,.-'..: 4.555 , - wx, ',1fz2.s2,.:s.,.2z.-1 19 'Emil' 55555 ??E'..iIE-YE.r5zf X5?N3:A?ls-9255-Khss?5'Y -Qgfafgg .5 4 .W .-.IH .. .5 5 . ,f " N5 .. 5 3 4 me . . - I MARIAN SANDERS-Spanish Club 4. CONNIE SCHMITT-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Vocal Ensembles 3, 45 G.A. L. 2. CAROLYN SCI-IROEDER -Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 35 Latin Club 25 Shakespearean Club 4. NANCY SCHROEDER -Scholarship Pin 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 G.A. L. 2 QLQ5 Stage Crew 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Shakespearean Club 4. ALAN SEENEY-F. F.A. 3. NORMA SEGER-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 3,45 Spanish Club 4. DORRIS SEYMOUR-Usherette 3, 45 Pep Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 G. A. L. 2 QLQ5 Railroader Senior Editor 45 Homecoming Attendant 45 Stage Crew 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Red Cross 45 Shakespearean Club 4. MIKE SHEETS -Hi-Y Officer 45 Hi-Y Cabinet 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Railroader Associate Editor 45 Thespian Club 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Stage Crew 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 4. IESSIE SIFUENTEZ-Pep Club 4. 21 ,num L. ' '5ii5?!M. E rf' W sf A.-if ff, , I - -. Q 5 'A 3 33,33 3 t lin. nw 'ev' JOE STURGEON- EDITH SWEET-Scholarship Pin 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 Pep Club 2, 33 C.A. L. 33 Stage Crew 33 Latin Club 2, 3, 4g Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow 1960. SARAH TAYLOR-Ellinwood 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Music Pin 23 Vocal Ensembles 23 Mixed Chorus 23 Special Band 23 Latin Club 23 Class Secretary 2. RICHARD TERRY-Track Squad 2, 3, 43 F. F.A. 4. JOAN THRASHER -Scholarship Pin 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Newtonian Ad Manager 43 Senior Play 43 Stage Crew 33 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Red Cross Club 43 Shakespearean Club 4. LEE THOMAS -Football Squad 23 F. F. A. Officer 3, 43 F. F. A. 2, 3, 43 Vocational Agriculture Judging Team 3, 4. PAUL THOMAS -Student Council 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 Forensics Pin 3,43 Debate Squad 3,43 Stage Crew 33 All School Play 4. WARREN TOEDMAN-Hi-Y 3, 43 Track Squad 43 Thespian Club 43 Junior Play 3s Stage Crew 43 Latin Club 43 Wrestling 4. JUDY TORLINE-Usherette 3, 43 Pep Club 23 Stage Crew 23 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club Officer 33 French Club 43 Safety Council 23 Red Cross Club 4. 22 CAROL SINCLAIR-G.A. L. Officer 4g G. A. L 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 33 Art Service Committee 4. JOE SMILEY-Hi-Y 23 Railroader Photographer 3, 43 Newtonian Photographer 3, 43 Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. RITA KAYE SMITH -Newport, Arkansas 33 Kansas City, Missouri 23 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 33 Junior Play 33 Mixed Chorus 23 G.A. L. 23 Shakespearean Club 4. ANNIE SOLIS -Pep Club 43 G. A. L. 4. LEO STAHLY-F. F.A. Officer 3,43 F.F.A. 2, 3,43 Vocational Agriculture Judging Team 2, 3, 4. LINDA STRAIN-Pep Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 23 Art Club 43 Art Pin 43 Art Service Committee 4. DEANNA STUCKY-G.A. L. 2, 3,43 stage Crew 3. LOREN STUCKY-Newtonian Associate Sports Editor 4. SHARON STURD-Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Stage Crew 3. ,.,- ,', Q 3 NO T PICTURED , f 1' 3 5, . I, .. 3- iffy .M L! X 'S- 1 C -X Masai , - - . if 3 ,1 si JY 3 r' 4, 9 xg fl 1 if -Q I f .vm IF' , 7 LYNDA VAN BUREN-Y-Teens 2, 35 G. A. L. 25 Librarian Assistant 4. CAROL VOTH-Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Vocal Ensemble 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Band 25 Special Band 25 Latin Club 25 Shakespearean Club 4. KENDELL VOTI-I-Hi-Y 45 F. F. A. 3, 4. DON WARHURST I-Ii Y 2 Football S uad 2 3 4 LJ5 7 7 i Track Squad 2, 45 Baseball Squad 35 Railrocgader Sports c Manager 45 "N" Club 4. JEANNE WEBER-Y-Teens 2, 35 Pep Club 45 G. A. L. 2 QLJ5 Stage Crew 2, 35 Vocal Ensemble 2, 45 Art Pin 45 Art Club 2,45 Red Cross Club 4. ROBERT WEESNER-F. F. A. 3, 4. TYSON WEB-IE-Football Squad 2, 3, 45 Boys' State Representative 3. RON WERNER -Hi-Y 2, 45 Wrestling Squad 2. KATHY WHITE-Class Secretry 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club Officer 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Band 2,45 Special Band 25 Orchestra 25 Shakespearean Club 4. GERALD WILLIAMS -Hi-Y 3, 45 Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4. GERALDINE WILLIAMS -Decatur, Illinois5 G. A. L. 35 Usherette 35 Pep Club 35 Junior Play 35 Vocal Ensemble 2, 35 Junior Play 35 G.A. L. 45 Pep Club 45 Vocal Ensemble 4. IRIS WILLIAMS -Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Pep Club 25 G.A. L. 35 Art Club 3,4. GARY WILSON-Hi-Y 25 Football Squad 2. JUDY WOELK-Scholarship Pin 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 G.A. L. 35 Vocal Ensemble 35 Latin Club 25 Shakespearean Club 4. Cl-IERYL YOTTER-Y-Teens 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 G.A. L. 2 QLJ, 3 QLJ, 4 QLQ5 G.A. L. Officer 3,45 Newtonian Sports Reporter5 Photographer Stage Crew 45 Vocal Ensemble 45 Mixed Chorus 4. 23 QrfYklfYkk.Q,, 1 QRMMQOMQ iw EMMQSD 'gym ww '16-LG-101 A Jlvmjwmlr-v0 nga ' D 'W P-D'-QJE L.,u-13.4 V, :AJAX .Dug L QQ, -ku! mg W M9 NLQRL Wf'-If'-If'-I'E'-I-Ti-1'-I '.--: -.--: -.-. 3 -.'-,-.'-.-.--.'.--.4..-.-..-.--.4.,.-...-.-.'....,-...-.-. . . ..-..-..,.-..-. Um vw,Q.Q. W .W up """ ""' ""-' i'LL" D9 CWM, ' 5- we Q fo QRNLLP . ,....., .,-.,.,-. 3 .,-. : -:-.3-igigiz-23:fi33:32223321f5f3Iff3:55Egizzizig ...'-.I'... 1 OJ .QJWKL-SX-Q, i 'ifEQggQQEQQ5Q3QgfqgQgzzgigggz-g.:r:'g1 ..'. -,.,. . Swv Wt, 43 37 'fs RJ P a - " tg: H5 .nib Orb 3,1 09 .Q Hsu KJ eq 5 is ij., .jx A M if ix bi 3' 5 , P . 'Yn,J X 'gy A C5 ff, cf A-2 ,-:Viv fj Q' MM W , JH 39 I wi M, 11 2 C, N 7 . f fv f Aff f MAX A14 ' 0, f A S f OL fs ' Cv 0 KAW 4 ,VLN-417 'XB-2,Qf , ,Q O, lj' I, "ey" ijfjzfjzfif-If-ijl , -A , n MC., Suzanne Parshall, President: Robin Bruner, Vice-President, Pat Sizemore, Treasurer: Susan Dillman, Secretary. THIRD ROW: Russell Troyer, Grady Tedder, Eddie Thomas, John Rempel, Howard Neufeld, Steve McGarvey, Jerry Nightengale, Jay Dee Cook, Glen Smith, Larry Lambert, Phil Scott, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Mike Smurr, Irma Reimer, Charlene Partridge, Becky Phillips, Carol Miller, Judy Weaver, Treva Lett, Karen Stroberg, Barbara Schmidt, Creta Rodgers, Alice Starks. FIRST ROW: Marjorie Williams, Gloria Thaw, Star Cunningham, Mary Dice, Jacqueline Strain, Bonnie Fuller. THIRD ROW: Bill Preheim, Kenny Umholm, Jim Ware, Richard Yakle, Jim Wilkey, Bill Smitghhart, David Spencer, Benny Wedel, Earlene Lynch, Lynette Schmidt, Jeanne Spangler, Barbara Scott, Dick Montague. SECOND ROW: Wilda Prine, Norma Stark, Marlies Luehr, Sharon Vogt, Marilyn Bartel, Deanna Schmidt, Beverly Smith, Sue Tomlinson, Marilyn Perley, Kay Smith, Carolyn Endres, Rojean Westfahl, Vicky Graham. FIRST'ROW: Pam Skene, Karen Perry, Suzanne Parshall, Ellen Shepherd, Sheryl Moore. THIRD ROW: Dana Hicks, Lee Fent, Wilbur Hein, Bob Clary, Steve Harper, Ronnie Ewert, Kenny Koehn, Jeff Ault, Charles Hall, Victor Coleman. SECOND ROW: Neil Burner, Richard Buller, Doug Henry, Glenn Bright, Don Casey, Bill Berryman, Jerry Higgins, Gerald Balzer, Dale King, Mrs. Martha Simpson. FIRST ROW: Carmen Applegate, Carolyn Koeneman, Caryn Krehbiel, Nancy Jefferies, Thelma Burks, Judy Janzen, Bonita Allen, Kathy Jessup, Susan Dillman, Leanne Hanke, Mr. Ravenscroft. jUNIORS LOOKING FORWARD TO THEIR FINAL TEAR THIRD ROW: Bill Bailer, Leo DuBois, John Allen, Tom Gordon, Tom Fey, Eddie DeVore, Leonard Hale, Jim Deschner, Woody Homan, Ben Ikerd, Eddie Arellano, Charles Graber, Lionel Ballou. SECOND ROW: joe Kurczbuch, Gary Jones, Marcia Hiebert, Viola Eustice, Beverly Franz, Iris Koehn, Karen Akers, Linda Dyck, Connie Godsey, Becky Gilchrist, Diana Andrews. FIRST ROW: Mr. Brooks Terry, Sponsor, Angela Gomez, Judy Kochenower, Rosalea Cornish, Deborah Heckler, Robin Bruner, Nancy Bridgrnan. THIRD ROW: Pat Turner, Joe Perez, Richard Wiens, Eugene Lavenant, Eugene Voth, Gene O'Keefe, Mike Mathews, Robert Unruh, Stan Schultz, Stewart Regier, Larry Alderson, Larry Koehn, Larry Watson. SECOND ROW: Joe Winningham, Dallas DuFriend, Barbara Unruh, Sandra Kaiser, Pam Schroeder, Janice Buller, Naomi Unruh, Sharon Yost, Rita McGaha, Miss Marie Orr, Sponsor, Marietta Stamm, Marianne Krahn. FIRST ROW: Darwin Leckington, Anita Schmidt, Barbara Swim, LaDeen Voth, Judy White, Jo Beth Sandwell, Betty Lou Richert. THIRD ROW: Bruce White, Jim Long, Bob Lujano, Gary Throckmorton, Gordon Stineman, Bob Stauth, Pat Sizemore, Lewis Wiebe, Jay Spaulding, james Sweeney, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Bill Stucky, Mrs. Nola Zuercher, Donna Epp, Virginia Coleman, Shirley Rowland, Darryl Janzen, Sharon Walters, John Rushing, Mary Cook, Mary Pritchett, Glenna Mathews. FIRST ROW: Carolina Sandate, Rosie Teri-ones, Pam Wilson, Marcia Willoughby, Karen Stahlheber, Armentia Fields, Victoria Sifuentez, Ramona Monarez, Elvera Llamas. Bruce Cook, President, Connie Meyers, Vice-President, Jane Douglass, Secretary. BACK ROW: Herbie Baird, Charles Craig, Phillip Crupper, Duane Bair, Dennis Hiebert, George Graybill, Larry Klaassen, Daryl George, James Chaffee, Danny Boyes, Donald Hackney, , Warren Bolen. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Morton, Barbara Androes, Sharon Dyck, Marsha Eck, Janet Unruh, Sharon Eshom, Karen Allbaugh, Sally Enns, Kathleen Brodhagen, Matthew Canzoneri, Bruce Cook. FIRST ROW: Laura Harder, Dorothy Endres, Jo Ann Hodel, Mable Allison. BACK ROW: Robert Partridge, John Waltner, Robert Nuss, Michael Tiede, Michael Moody, David McDonald, David Okerberg, Bill Younkin, Clarence Teall, Ronald Schmidt, Delbert Schroeder, Ronald Peters, Roger Zellers. MIDDLE ROW: Dan Taggart, Robert Lyon, Maynard Werner, Kenneth Mages, Robert Fleming, Mike Turner, Ronald Scheffler, Michael Grochowsky, James Stucky, Thomas McCandless, Richard Swickard. FRONT ROW: Enriqueta Sifuentez, Martha Sommer, Marjean Westfahl, Pau-icia Schmidt, Susan Utterback, Shirley Love, Marilyn Rodgers. BACK ROW: Mike Newcomer, William Lock, WileyWarren, John Rogers, Lindley Reimer, Larry McConley, Spencer Seery, Delinn Schmidt, Dwight Pierce, Douglas Stout, Stewart Mann, Dave Overstreet. MIDDLE ROW: Ernestina Lavenant, Mary Pat Mahaffey, Beverly Nattier, Carolyn Palmer, Sandra, Somers, Barbara Sears, Glenn White, Paul Tafolla, Homer Townsend. FRONT ROW: Beverly Smith, Madeline Terrones, Edna Whitmore, Carol Staley, Connie Myers, Patricia Young, Janice Nickel, Janet Smith, Connie Webb, Mary Louise Sapien, Carmelita Vega. S OPH OM ORES THEIR FIRST YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL BACK ROW: Steve Fretz, Ramon Gomez, Junior Campa, Clayton Koppes, Gary Adams, Allan Havens, Tom Hinkhouse, Russell Hiebert, Tony Decker, Gary Hunter, Francis Balzer, Russell Covey, Jerry Buller, Billy Dickson. MIDDLE ROW: Mike Farrell, Bradley Elliott, Larry Koehn, Barbara Anderson, Shellie England, Virginia Becraft, Deanna Duby, Jane Douglas, Nancy Glover, Elsie Gomez, Dennis Anderson, Mr. Zollars. FRONT ROW: Nancy Clegg, Judy Blasiar, Doris Kasper, Barbara Jones, Paula Dickens, Virginia Horst, Carol Kater, Clara Claassen, Lilly Dickson, Jennifer DuFriend. BACK ROW: Beverly Claassen, Delbert Franz, Vernon Jantz, Larry Goering, Kenneth Graber, Jim Kline, Don Eby, David Ewert, Warren Baumgartner, Daryl Klassen, Richard Fast, David Gibbens. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Berry, Mary Sue Frame, Mary Jane Jantz, Donna Gnagy, Susan Cravens, Janice Jantz, Helen Havens, Vivian Klassen, Gene Breitenstein, Michael Brown. FRONT ROW: Janice Cannon, Nancy Kitching, Judy Dey, Eileen Claassen, Maribeth Iserhardt, Coreen Cooper, Linda Ikerd, Carol Cramer, Ardete lnghram, Dick Heckler, Kent Dove. BACK ROW: Robert Tafolla, Gilbert Sandate, Ricardo Martinez, Gary Luginbil Monnie Miller, Gary Miles, Max Roberts, David Nail, James Orpin, Steve Murphree MIDDLE ROW: Anita Peters, Beverly Reimer, Glenda Partridge, Roberta Torline, Jane Roberts, Sandra Ratzlaff, LaRita Smith, Wendy Jo Starin, Mary Younger. FRONT ROW: Sally Unruh, Carol Stamm, Patricia Spaulding, Carol Stucky, Anne Scheffler, Barbara Mc- Kelvey, Barbara Schroeder, Connie Watts, Dorothy McKanna, Sandra Schmidt 1 Mimi S OPH OM ORES B UILD MEMORIES Sophomore Assern jUN101-as ADD TO THEIR MEMURIES 1 1 Student Council STUDENT COUNCIL, BACK ROW: Bruce Cook, Ralph Baehr, Bob Nuss, Paul Thomas, Jay Spaulding, John Grove. FRONT ROW: La Donna Gnagy, Karen Perry, Suzanne Parshall, Gwen Morgan, Marlene Buller. The Student Council was first formed at Newton High School for the purpose of inspiring greater co-operation between students and faculty. Students, through the council, gain an appreciation of the problems of administration, while, by this means, the faculty has an opportunity to keep in touch with public opinion. The Student Council also provides training in government. ALDEN ALBAUGI-I RALPH BAEHR Student Council Advisor 32 Student Council President 076725265 SENIOR DEBATERS, BACK ROW: Bill Getz, Tom Mast, Duane Lyon, Sharon Giesbrecht. FRONT ROW: Mike Roy, Jayne Loyd, Ralph Baehr, Paul Thomas. DEBATE TROPI-IIES: Gathered during season. DEBATE COACH: Mrs. Moore. gil' DEBATE SQUAD, BACK ROW: Tom Mast, Jay Spaulding, Duane Lyon, jim Wilkey, Jim Ware. MIDDLE ROW: Bill Getz, Bill Mills, Mike Roy, Paul Thomas, Ralph Baehr. FRONT ROW: Bob Dicksen, Carol Stahley, Jayne Loyd, Sharon Giesbrecht, Shirley Roland, Dan Taggart. Youth H z'- T " in HI-Y SPONSORS AND OFFICERS: Phillip Scott, Lawrence McGovern, A. R. Self, Ronald Bruce, J. B. Stuart, Leo Brandt, james Sweeney. FIRST ROW: Mike Sheets, Vice-President, Kenny Koehn, Treasurer, jay Spaulding, Presi- dent, Bruce White, Secretary: Charles Graber, Publicity, David Klassen, Devotions. THIRD ROW: Charles Graber, Darwin Leckington, Eugene Lehmann, Jim Long, Dennis Hiebert, Ross Becker, Larry McConley, Gary Hunter, Russell Hiebert, Jay Spaulding, Jim Klassen, SECOND ROW: Gary Park, jan Mc- Donald, john Hirsch, Clayton Koppes, Allen Crandall, Kenneth Mages, Jon Miller, John McProud, Michael Moody, Dwight Pierce, Mike Mathews. FIRST ROW: A. R, Self, Jerry Higgins, Jack McQuillan, David Klassen, james Koehn, Gary Jones, Roy Koehn, Stewart Mann, Leo Brandt. THIRD ROW: Warren Toedman, Lewis Wiebe, Ronald Schmidt, David Okerberg, Duane Lyon, Mike Sheets, Kendell Voth, Bob Stauth, Richard Swickard, Pat Sizemore, Roger Zellars, Gerald Williams, Stanley Sc'hultz. SECOND ROW: Dick Ousler, Clarence Teal, Robert Unruh, Bob Nuss, Eugene Voth, Ronald Scheffler, David Overstreet, Mike Roy, Joe Winningham, Ronald Werner, Robert Tofolla. FIRST ROW: James Sweeney, Bobby Schmidt, Paul Thomas, Jim Stucky, Steve Murphree, Larry Watson, Ronald Bruce. THIRD ROW: Ron Ewert, Darryl George, George Arnold, jim Chaffee, Robert Hartenberger, John Grove, Roger Hamm, Don Eby, David Ewert, Delbert Franz, Larry Cannon, Gary Boldenow, jim Kline, Francis Balzer, Ralph Baehr. SECOND ROW: Phillip Scott, Darryl janzen, Leo DuBois, Bill Getz, Bob Dicksen, Charles Hall, Bill Berryman, Larry Alderson, Bob Fleming, Larry Goering, Vernon Jantz, Steve Fretz, Lawrence McGovern. FIRST ROW: John Dirksen, Tom Gordon, Mike Brown, Phil Crupper, Charles Craig. 34 Serves piiikm S - T-Cgfeens OM F 4 af Vs V ld ox ,'o BACK ROW: Miss Anderson, Miss Whitted, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Weerts, Mrs. Zuercher, Miss Lange, Miss Morton. FIRST ROW: Naden, Lairmore, Hessler, Rowland, Jantz, Giesbrecht, Seymour, Parshall. BACK ROW: Schroeder, Sheffler, Kater, Schmidt, Ratzlaff, Frame, Smith, Eshom, Claassen, Razor, Douglas, Myers, Utter- back, Andres, Roberts, Classen, Horst. THIRD ROW: Anderson, Jantz, Dyck, Somers, Albaugh, Enns, Rodgers, Young, jantz, Staley, Mahaffey, England, Casper, Whitmore, Starin, Allison, Reimer, Duby, Nattier, Iserhardt. SECOND ROW: Claassen, Goering, Kitching, Cannon, Blaiser, Walters, McKelvy, Schroeder, Love, Dickens, McKanna, Dey, Cravens, Watts, Westfahl, Schmidt. FIRST ROW: Brod- hagen, Harder, Smith, Partridge, Cramer, Smith, Sommer, Unruh, Glover, lkerd, Hodel. BACK ROW: Luehr, Rowland, Coleman, Buller, Starks, Unruh, Schmidt, Torn- linson, Stroberg, Franz, Kaiser, Schroeder, Cook, Wulf. SECOND ROW: Scott, Mc- Gaha, Starks, Stamm, Walter, Stahlheber, Willoughby, Reimer, Krehbiel, Perry, Godsey, Yost, Hiebert. FIRST ROW: Krahn, Dice, Swim, Graham, Koehn, Williams, Partridge, Andrews, Voth, Sandate, Richert. BACK ROW: Ewert, Andus, Olsen, Loyd, Klassen, Grace, Hessler, Kurth, Allison, Dickey, Jantz, Reimer, Schroeder, White, Krehbiel, Hawkins, Cornelson. MIDDLE ROW: Franz, Christians, Minnis, Hansen, Thrasher, Darrow, Cramer, Patillo, Yotter, Fleming, Epp, Koerner, Lair- more, Rich, Schroeder. FIRST ROW: Miller, Ewing, Dilbeck, McGaugh, Garnett, Duerkson, Johnson, Magneson, Moore, Mitchell, Jones, Hull, Smith, Woelk, Epp. VERY FRONT ROW: Heckendorn, Seger. BACK ROW: Scheffler, Schroeder, Turner, Goering, Kaufman, Classen, Schmitt, Torline, Utterback, Roberts, Eshom, Glover, Andres, Naden, Gnagy, Myers, Classen, Razor. THIRD ROW: Maxwell, Lehman, Kennedy, Somers, Allbaugh, Enns, Becraft, jantz, England, Ediger, McKanna, Broadhagan, Young, Unruh, Schmidt, Stahl, Anderson, Johnson. SECOND ROW: Schmidt, Walters, Reimer, Hawkins, Sommer, Mahaffey, Dey, Peak, Brandt, Dickens, Hein, Dickson, Miss Bonnie Selanders fSponsorj. FIRST ROW: Pierce, Olson, Gregg, Canzoneri, McCandless, Mc- Proud, Klassen, Koehn, Elliott, Moody, Craig, Scheffler. Latin Club Amici Sum? qui colloquz' ,bossunzf ,bassumf Gary Hunter, King, and Robin Bruner, Queen, reigned dming the Roman Christmas celebration, the Saturnalia. The Saturnalia and the Valentine Dance are two of the important events of the Latin Club, BACK ROW: Stroberg, Dill- man, Mitchell, Grace, Thrasher, Hessler, Torline Tomlinsen, Toedman, Endres, Miller, Sizemore, Graber, Ewert, Preheim, Jones. MIDDLE ROW: Scott, Ewing, Richert, Klassen, Seymour, Schmidt, Olsen, Ware, Schmidt, Krahn, Allen Unruh, Heibert, Willoughby, Dice, Sandwell. FRONT ROW: Miller, West- fahl, Murphree, Swim, Gilchrist, Perry, Minnis, Buller, Schroeder, Grahm, Yost, Thomas, Starks, Smith, Bruner. 36 French Club Parlez-vous Francais BACK ROW: Miss Anderson, Torline, Penner, Graber, Moody, Miller, Starin. FIRST ROW: Dice, Parshall, Smith, Schroeder, Goering, Blaiser. S,banz'sl2 Club No, lzablamos espfinol BACK ROW: Campa, Waltner, Fretz, Lyon, Sandate, Teall, Kline, Ewert, Zellers, Peters, Swickard, Turner, Overstreet, Stauth, Nuss, Warren, Goldsmith, Jantz. MIDDLE ROW: Cannon, Heckler, Sanders, Jones, Gomez, Vtfhitmore, Cook, Kurth, Bartel, Patillo, Smith, Hernandez, Sifuentez, Staley. FRONT ROW: Miss Anderson, Hanke, Cannon, Love, Jones, Heckler, Sandate, Duby, Partridge, Terrones, Vega, Llamas, Smithhart, Webb, Seger. The Girls Athletic League was sponsor- ed by Miss Osborne this year, and their president was Cheryl Yotter. They par- ticipate in many sports such as Volley- ball, bowling, basketball, and many others. One of the highlights of the year was their basketball tournament in Wichita, in which they took fourth. OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jean Spangler, Sports Manager, Diana Andrews, Secretary, Cheryl Yotter, President, Miss Osborne, Sponsor, Carol Sinclair, Vice-President, and Pam Schroeder, Vice-Secretary. 0 SENIORS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rose Llamas, Cheryl Yotter, Annie Solis, Judy Patillo, Gloria Rodriquez, Carol Sinclair, Carol Fleming, Cathi Dickey, and Jeri Garnet. BACK ROW: Carol Sinclair, Pam Schroeder, Judy Patillo, Gloria Rodriquez, Jane Roberts, Carol Miller, Cathi Dickey, Sharon Esham, Roberta Torline, Carol Fleming, Cheryl Yotter, Marjorie Williams, and Sponsor, Miss Osborne. BACK ROW: Susan Llamas, Judy Dey, Paula Dickens, Jeri Garnett, Elsie Gomez, Edna Whitmore, Diana Andrews, Jeanne Spangler, Rose Llamas, Ceorgann Smith, Annie Solis. 38 OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES FROM LEFT TO RIGHT ARE, BACK ROW: Barbara Unruh, Treasurerg Kathy White, Vice-Presidentg Susan Dillman, Secretary. FRONT ROW: Jeannie Spangler, Dorothy McKanna, Judy Gronau, Representatives. The 184-member Pep Club chose as their president, Jerry Mitchell. They cheered the teams in victory as Well as in defeat. In black skirts, White blouses, and gold blazers the girls formed a giant "N" for the football boys to run through. Girls wearing White blouses formed an "N" during the basketball games. The highlight of the year was the annual assembly presented by the Pep Club. Newton Hzgh Pep Club PRES IDENT: Jerry Mitchell 39 Service F or Uthers I ul A I 1 Rea' Cross Club BACK ROW: David Spencer, Richard Yakel, Jay Hill, Carol Flemming, Frances Jackson, Kathy Dickey. THIRD ROW: Shirley Arrequin, Judy Torline, Gloria Thaw, Karen Grace, Martha Klassen, Carol Stamm, La Rita Smith, Diona Wilson, Kathryn Roberts, Jayne Roberts, Miss Orr, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Joan Thrasher, Dorris Seymour, Jayne Loyd, Marsha Minnis, Norma Hansen, Roberta Hessler, Jeannie Weber, Lois Jackson, Donna Naden, Mary Pat Mahaffey, Shelly England. FRONT ROW: John Olson, Treasurer, Lynn Murphree, Secretary, Gayle Brown, President, Janice Darrow, Vice -President, Mary Cook, Program Chairman. "ND Club Stresses Sportsmanshzly BACK ROW: Coach Winter, John Rempel, Jackie Roberts, Dalice Franz Bob Clary, Don Eby, Don Warhurst, Kenny Akers, Jeff Ault, Charles Mayberry, Mike Mathews, Coach Johnson. MIDDLE ROW: Richard Goldsmith, Gerald Balzer, Jerry Higgins, Larry Gawthroup, Bruce White Bob Lujano, Gary Cliffton, Gene Lavenant. FRONT ROW: Vic Briar, Gary Boyes, John Grove, Don Griswold, John Gies, Jan McDonald. 40 1 3 To further the interest of athletics, good sportsmanship, J instill a proper attitude toward our school and community living l is the purpose of the Newton High "N" Club. Their sponsors are Coaches Johnson, Coffman, and Winter. xv, FFA I 'Wig fig,,.,,,,,, ,Y To promote knowledge and under- standing in agriculture for practical use in the future is the purpose of the FFA. The local club is affiliated with other chapters throughout the state. This year Lee Thomas, vice-president ' of the local chapter, was chosen i district vice-president. Clirnaxing this year's activities will be the State Crop and Livestock Show which will be held this spring in Manhatten. Tom Fey, Reporter, Lee Thomas, Vice-President, Leo Stahly, President, Bill Flory, Secretary, Stanley Claassen, Treasurer, Kenneth Umholtz, Sentinel. 'li Q BACK ROW: jim Stucky, Paul Livengood, Richard Wiens, Ronald Decker, Richard Terry, Leonard Hale, Robert 3 Weesner, Dan McDonald, Crandall Giles, Gene Brietenstein, Dale Corfman, Steve McGarvey. SECOND ROW: 1 Charles Smith, Ed DeVore, Robert Geisler, Richard Williams, Monty Miller, Kenny Voth, Robert Schirer, Kenny 3 Schmidt, James Deschner, Larry Goering, john Allen. FIRST ROW: Mr. Karns, Tom Fey, Lee Thomas, Leo Stahly, Bill Flory, Stanley Claassen, Kenneth Umholtz. 41 The Artists Art Club E .. A To stimulate an interest in all phases of art is the purpose of the Art Club, sponsored by Miss Marie Orr. Visiting Art Gallerys and displaying pieces of their own Work were some of the important events under- taken by the club this year. if THIRD ROW: Michael Brown, Jerry Estrada, David Spencer, Darwin Fellers, Richard LaGree, William Younkin, Carl Adrian, Tom LaGree, Larry Lambert, Miss Orr. SECOND ROW: Norma Weber, Carol Stamm, Carol Cramer, Mary Cook, Janice Darrow, Karen Stahlheber. FIRST ROW: Sharon Walters, Nadja Horn, Carolynn Block, Sandra Koerner, Jerry Mitchell. T .1 , iii! .. 3? - 1 P - ' THIRD ROW: David Spencer, Gary Laswell, Bill Younkin, Darwin Fellers, Richard LaGree, Roger Naylor, Gary Wilson, Larry Havens, Ron Morrison. SECOND ROW: Miss Orr, Paul Livengood, Gayle Brown, Sharon Walters, Pat Dodds, Johnnie Kay Janzen, Marjorie Berger, Carl Adrian. FIRST REW: Karen Stahlheber, Carol Sinclair, Janice Darrow, Mary Cook, Larry A erson. 42 Art Service Committee Adding a touch of art to our school surroundings is the Art Service Committee. We can be thankful to this organization for the posters and seasonal decorations displayed through- out the school this year. , X X ' 4 A X rx X, "NJN I CAJJV , ,, ' Q f 0'f"N T-M -, L. --gag f 1N,,wQW .J5K1,Vv'f .-1lfX'LLxSuD?! IXYMLLVCJ V' ,Lil 5 UVSLVWVCX L V2ivWT 4,l,:g C ML Y I au! L nf QJIX-5 I 3 7 L 5 -WB b .Q W ' -'01 Q wx-is 'vdilfiww I, ,J LU W MVWV' ,, V 6 fwfwf' 75 K' . ,fi I ' A A, ' , MQ. 5 RW' UL - . - 2 fl! x 'A '-. 13Z'i2iZ5:5i:1:553:123iixi-Igl:-1:-1421-2-ve.-1 -.'.-,A-.A-.- . X LJ' A H Q'f3hv LVD -.ij ..-4'. ','. ' ' '-'-- '--' .--.--.'.,-,-.,-,'. j -4-. I .,-.-. 1 A.-. Q .,-. Z '..-,-...,-,4., , . Q Awww ' 3 ,A 490907 f '-22ffiIQiii1 'Ah' """"" ""'b" 2 L J-jfx j V cj I I Q Ly w1,Jlf fl fffft' ,, -2-Zig-1-Z3-1 ' A, VCV '-' fv 1 f " 1 I "i:3Z3i33Z3i f x, Jmkpuwl Lia A Lfb JK -.-.. I ,,., 1 .3 ,VU f J ' U' 1 , ,...,. .,A.-. -,A.'.,4.'. j -1-.j-j-Zuj-i'ljfriijilf I -'QQ j QL A 7 by gl "'- '-A"A ' f -"""' N . ,V A fuf 5 XVUU Z! , yi' K W nr' JJ f' 2, ff Y, A L qj r 6,74 Lb ppm X Od XP f MM - Wil? V iff cfk UJ FO 11 fw mf 5 of X q Cb qqyjgz XJ .f V , q , in A K Lxjjxyjgy f an U slzefettes Service Wz'th A Smile HEAD USHERETTE Lynn Murphree SENIOR USHERETTES The Usherettes are a select group of twenty junior and senior girls who are chosen on the basis of their charm, poise, and ability to meet the public. These girls represent Newton High School through their service to both their school and their community. BACK ROW: Kay Smith, Virginia Coleman, Karen Stroberg, Carol Miller, Lynette Schmidt, Carmen Applegate, Shirley Rowland, Pam Schroeder, Caryn Krehbiel, Mary Jane Dice. FRONT ROW: Lynn Murphree, Marlene Buller, Andrea Epp, Martha Klassen, Jayne Loyd, Gwen Morgan, Dorris Seymour, Judy Torline, Becky Epp, Karen Krehbiel. N 44 Wejre From I-IS--- dm mm 1-N, . 4 Diana Andrews Gail Morgan Barbara Scott HEAD CHEERLEADER t .'f,L QR X N K T i :gz- 1961 Newton High School Cheerleaders f .ff K' ,gf J, :raw r 5 r,,r 4, at V . r if Judy Hillard Ioan Armstrong Judi Heckendorn 45 Joan Armstrong, Feature Editor Karen Krehbiel, Editor 'T' X wx-.A Lois jackson, Associate Exchange Editor, Judi Heckendorn, Exchange Editor, Gary Park, Sports Editor, Cheryl Yotter, Associate Sports Editor, Loren Stucky, Associate Sports Editor. I ll A rg-, 11113 ,Q W I - B f inliiyyglgu Q-:Alix BACK ROW: Rose Becker, Business Manager, Gail Morgan, Circulation Manager. FRONT ROW: Janice Darrow, Gwen Morgan, Ioan Thrasher, Advertising Manager. NOT PICTURED: Sally Hawkins, Junior High News. ,Nw Www BACK ROW: Jack Ravenscroft, Photographer, Larry Cannon, Reporter, jay Hill, Photography, Mike Marshall, Photographer, Peggy Mills, Reporter. FRONT ROW: Rita Magnuson, Reporter, Cathi Dickey, Reporter, Nedra Mitchell, Reporter, Lois Elimon, Reporter. ...-.1 Mt 1 Railroader s 4- Joyce Tom Mast, Editorg Mike Sheets, Associate Editor. Dnbetk, Club Editor, Andrea Epp, Activities Editor- Jud Hamilton Club Editorg Lynn Murphree Doffis SEYTUOUY and JaYne L0Yd1 Senior Editors? , Y y , Kath ne Roberts and Martha Klassen, Class Activities Editor. YT Editors . ,an Cathi Dickey, Circulation Managerg Sharon Jack Ravenscroff, P1'10f0gYHPh61'9 D011 W2f1'11-USY Giesbrecht and Duane Lyon, Business Managers. and Marsha Minnis, Sports Editorsg Joe Smiley, 47 Photographer. l and The Newton High School Band under the direction of Mr. E. S. Sanderson consists of 105 members, including one drum major and six twirlers. The Band is active in school activities. They play at all the home football and basketball games. Each year they play at one football and basketball league game away from home, this year journeying to Wellington and Hutchinson. As highlights of the year, the band went to the State Fair and District Music Festival. They gave a concert in the spring to bring an end to a most successful year. Urchestm This year the Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Gary Fletcher, has had a very full schedule. The group consists of 47 members. Throughout the year they gave various concerts. As highlights of the year the Orchestra participated in the annual music trip, and the District Music Festival. The Mz'xed Ensemble We He af' BACK ROW: Dan Zollers, Jeannie Neiderlander, Joan Jantz, Eddie Arellano, Eugene Voth, David Okerberg, Agustin Rodriquez, Dick Ousler, Cheryl Yotter, Becky Epp. SECOND ROW: Donna Epp, Virginia Coleman, Naomi Unruh, Charles Graber, John Rempel, Danny Mull, Gary Miles, Marilyn Bartel, Pam Schroeder, Peggy Bernowich. FIRST ROW: Betty Richert, Rosalee Cornish, Nancy Bridgeman, Ron Stateler, Bobby Lyon, Dennis Anderson, Iris Koehn, Connie Godsey, Jo Beth Sandwell. The Newbf Organized BUS' Glee Club BACK ROW: Dan Zollers, Bob Klassen, Gary Miles, Dick Ousler, Dan Mull, Eddie Roberts, David Okerberg, Don Eby, Kenneth Graber, Rolf Penner, Lindley Reimer, Ron Peters, Vince Canzoneri, Richard Martinez. SECOND ROW: Jim Stucky, Steve Murphree, Gary Thompson, James Koehn, Gene Schmidt, Harold Gregg, Gary Luginbill, Tom Hinkhouse, Mike Taggart, Eugene Voth, Jerry Dyck, James Chaffee, David Klassen, Bill Smith. FIRST ROW: Tim Taggart, Bob Schmidt, Ralph Roberts, David Brenneman, Larry Roedle, Paul Tafolla, Barry Henry, Steven Stucky, Harry Wolfe, Leroy Dyck, Tom Bourn, Kenneth Cook, Ron Stateler, Bob Heckler, Bruce Cook. 50 4 he Charusfs Singing 5, BACK ROW: Carol Voth, Dorris Seymour, Joy Reimer, Kay McFarlane, Laurinda Kurth, Judy Hamilton, Marjorie Williams. SECOND ROW: Geraldine Williams, Janice Duerkson, Janice Jantz, Virgina Becraft, Gwen Nickel, Judy Patillo. FRONT ROW: Dan Zollers, Clara Claassen, Marietta Stamm, Barbara Swim, Jeanie Weber, Mary Jo Goering, Irma Reimer, La Deen Vofh. Girfs Glee Club 9963 BACK ROW: Dan Zollers, Sandy Ratzliff, Gloria Thaw, Carolynn Block, Barbara Etter, Sharon Dyck, Janice Nickel, Carol Fleming, Mary Sue Frame. MIDDLE ROW: Ruth Ann Williams, Connie Schmitt, Iris Williams, Peggy Hill, Mary Carothers, Susan Cravens, Vivian Klassen, Virginia Horst, Laura Harder. FRONT ROW: Lois Elimon, Lula Downen, Carolyn Zinn, Star Cunningham, Mary Younger, Glenna Umholdz, Barbara Anderson, Shirley Arrequin, Debbie Heckler, Carol Sandate. 51 A12 AX: Qailgin desiiendint 7 Fatima ' ' ' i X-101159 O Prince of theme S011 of "No, X C an't. But ludith s2Y5 Peter Marshall THE CAST Catherine Marshall . Peter john Marshall . Allan Talbot Judith Bickle jesse Bickle Susan Grant Allan's Maiden Aunts Marian Grant, her mother . Steven Grant, h George Yost . Joe Keating . Senator Polk . Nancy Everetts Barbara Logan . Hulcla . . er father . 1 1 1 PLACE: Living Room of the Marshalls Pastoral Residence, Washington, D. C. TIME: The present SYNOPSIS: ACT ONE, Scene One: A September evening. "A Man . Ralph Baehr . Jayne Loyd Steve Murphree Darwin Fellers Karen Krehbiel joan Thrasher Rita Magnuson Marty Lairmore . Mike Sheets Roger Naylor jerry Gaglione . Gary Park . Lois Elimon . Andrea Epp Karolynn Block ACT ONE, Scene Two: An afternoon, six weeks later. ACT TWO, Scene One: A Sunday morning, a month later. ACT TWO, Scene Two: An evening, a week later. ACT THREE: 52 The following Sunday. allea' Peterj' ODUCTION STAFF PR Director . . . . james Sweeney Assistant Director . . . . Ross Becker . Barbara Rich, Mana er ,, . . g The P0int is Mike Roy, Assistant ' - -. H Stage Crew . . Warren Toedman, Jim Endres ickey, joe Smiley Technical Crew . . Roberts, Cathy D Lighting . . Kathryn Properties . . . Lynn Murphree, Marsha Minnis, Martha Klassen, Karen Grace Costumes . . Gwen Nickel, jerry Mitchell, Lois jackson . . Donna Naden, Kathy White, ' a Seger Make-up . joye Ewing, Norm Cheryl Yotter Publicity . . Sally Hawkins, J Art Service Club udy Patillo, Posters . l l "A MAN CALLED PETER" is presented by special arrangements with the Dramatic Publishing co., chicago, Illinois. UH sing ligioggdisgff from him 53 joan Thrasher and Ross Becker fprop committeej move in necessary equipment for a rehearsal while Gail Morgan ftechnical directory looks over a Mike Sheets, Warren Toedman, Duane Lyon, and Ralph Baehr watch a scene from the play while waiting their turn to go on. miniature copy of the set and Donna Naden fstage managerj studies her prompt script. Kathryne Roberts and Cathi Dickey perform their duties as lighting directors. Donna Naden rehearses Karen Krehbiel on her lines while Duane Lyon enjoys the play. "Hangman's Noose" In their junior year members of the class of '61 presented the story, Hangman's Noose. All the relatives were gathered together to see what they were to inherit from Caroline Keating's will, but Caroline's purpose was to clear her nephew of the murder of his uncle. During a power failure the maid was killed, and later Oliver Keep was also murdered. Caroline solved her case when the murderer, Henry Gordon tried to escape, and fell on a knife and killed himself. "Hamburgers and cokes for everyone, " whispers Ross Becker as he sneaks in through the stage door. THE CAST REHEARSESl QLEFT TO RIGHTQ: Mike Sheets, Warren Toedman, Ioan Armstrong, Karen Krehbiel, Jeanie Niederlander, Andrea Epp, Becky jo Miller, and Duane Lyon. NOT PICTURED are Ralph Baehr and Sue I-Iale. fi 5 it A Flairybr Dramatics Many interested students have earned their membership in Thespian Club this year. The club was com- pletely re-organized, and a council of seven was chosen to decide on the acceptance of members and the adoption of rules. Although the rules are strict, the membership is slightly larger than usual. Clubs Organizea' A5 A FZz'ngj?Jr Shakespeare Stirred by enthusiasm for Shakespeare, about forty senior girls organized a club, for the purpose of understanding nterests Broaden Shakespearean plays. They meet on Thursday during Activity Period, and their sponsor is Miss Lange. Assistance From the Assistants LAB ASSISTANTS: Bill Getz, Becky Epp, Sally Hawkins, Bill Flory. MONITORS: QBACK ROWJ Karen Grace, Gail Morgan, Gayle Brown. QCENTER ROWJ Jeanne Hull, Kathryn Holmes, Sandra Koerner. QFRONT ROWQ Kathryne Roberts, Donna Naden, Judi Heckendorn, Gwen Morgan. QHEAD MONITORJ Marlene Bullet. NOT PICTURED: Karen Krehbiel, Judy Hillard, Johnnie Kay Janzen, Emmett Paulson. LIBRARIAN'S ASSISTANTS: Kay Smith, Judy Anduss, Andrea Epp, Janice Darrow. 56 f I, J . rl h "! J 15" 'J' QS 7 9.1, ,.J , . I , r I ,J RQ '- ' J ' O 'p CV Lf' ' u,'Qm'fJV.l I -4 - . f f 'M--,f' -! f f . Y OX, X, -, KI: I-29 4 1 , T' Y fl., ff , ,. 'I I H , -' ' L K' '. ,,. .N I Y -I 1 -K Jw J V M -4 I ,wg as ,7 , , 1 W, 5, ,., ' -.-., -,1. -. .-., ,.', .,,,.,.. . . - ' f "1f3QE52EEEfE2?'x f -c f 1 K f :i , , Q 1 i . i Homecomzngg 4 1 4 4 5 i I I i 1 i Q i E 1 1 Al Q2 I 2 E 1 i I f' A w r w 1 4 Z L1 Judi Heckendorn 3 1 1 1 Rmfalgf Dorfis Seymour ar . ...li Gail Morgan ,iv fl The finalivsts walk in to "THe Theme From The Apartment" The royal coach and Queen Judi web The chosen nine Glimpses ff the Homecoming Rryfa The "Sweethearts" of Newton High A N Qi if 5? ,Rx 'if 5-ff 1 ,W A K iw W' is HM L i 4 h k W 5 Q m .Ki , .Tkkyiih U KM, ,MA A wr xiii? - Vh M Us QLLW QM S , 'Ut 'W N K Ak 'if Q' ,, ,f. fl., Sn' ,bg i , Q. 3' My iv K 31 5 -Sf' Assistant Coach, Don Zollarsg Mike Mathews, Gene O'Keefe, jerry Nightingale, Eugene Lavenant Ir. 5 Jacky Roberts, Vic Briar, Gary Boyes, Kenny Akers, Don Warhurst, john Grove, Don Griswold, George Arnold, Tyson Weihe, Coach, Robert Coffman, Assistant Coach, Stanley Crawford. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach, Jack Brubacher, Larry Klaassen, Gary Hunter, David Ewert, Larry McConley, Don Eby, Gary Clifton, jim Long, Gerald Balzer, Kenny Koehn, Larry Gawthrop, jerry Higgins, Bob Luj ano, Manager Bruce White. FIRST ROW: Butch Baumgartner, junior Campa, jim Koehn, Bill Lock, Roger Zellers, jim Kline, Ron Peters, Ron Scheffler, Gary Adams, Jim Chaffee, Spencer Seery, Al Martinez fy , TS it Score L, N , John Grove N t 40 5 ew on J Z 4 Newton 13 Ay , 'H .. x'Q-T Y 4, F Newton 20 ?f':' as 'H L"f'33 Newton 28 . ,fe r ,L ff--If Fl, Qrggggj , Newton 13 if gag. rfe' ' Newton 6 '- iiii fs ' Newton 7 Newton 13 E q Ken Akers Newton 14 5 if ' , rr. 4 " - J, Xsl' fl' W5 Wklfvfti N1 . rr ,vb . L N . .g,fEqy" Eff, M fs B. Gary BoYes W i Q, ., ry . " s 5 A ffsszfjig ' " L "xr '-.v 5 . Kenny Koehn t Vic Briar Bob Clary Don Griswold Xia 6 ' rt . . QTV- .. ,:'esay,:". V1 R W , , - ' mf- 5 4.10-. vi "'f,',Qh Q,ii"' , 4 ' cf . xi-3. X, Us. 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'Q A1 Assistant Coach, Stanley Crawfordg Coach, Robert Coffmang Assistant Coach, Dan Zollarsg Assistant Coach, Jack Brubacher. The 1961 Railroader football team started out the season with little experience but with lots of hustle and spirit. Their first four games were quite successful and they soon were ranked among the top ten in the Assoc- iated Press' Kansas High School Football Poll. In the last five games the 1961 Railroader team went down to defeat. This ended the High School football career for ten seniors, but each will carry the memory of the many 0 ames la ed in the last three ears for the black and 8 Y 6 gold of NHS. 19 7 25 14 13 33 M 35 George Arnold 1 A V , F' 1' -fi :', ginQ?"5+T',L,,Qn,w an or . 3 fr ?'3fl'71V,:" . M" F 'mfg if:f22'i?,9.:' S - . ,af 1effAu1f ig xy Q,-it fi! 'jfil-531 V ir Agway' ass? ' If Tyson Weihe Don WHTIIUTSY Jacky Roberts L+ 5 -.., Z 2 , J 5 . 1' X- W Q A -fs-' Q f, U- ,- ,V K ' n l,sf wwf -1 rw A-A s M 4 . l ,Y N vf4,f V' ' ,-LL J :U gm 8,3 3 V, . ,,g md, 1 Q ,. it i .L '1' A- 1 o lll is-f"'? l qw f-ff 'K+-4134? A i a '. .1 , fi: .e as t, ., ,1 X if-Q S 6 " Was' 'S f Nz ' f 5 'ggi 3 , is 12.3 ,. 5 ZH ' A - f N 2, if 2 ,sue 5 'A Yi ' .g:"fQn,, .' Wi, Y Pffif 4 X 47, r .x . h V vox. . xg , r b,9"S2' 14, S ffl? if 1 .Vi 1 ,Mk ig. ,, Q, , K ,iff if 1, . K we 1 , ls, saws " fi .1 . f f ff ,gk fy? .iz y 8 4 P r Wx 'ie' K "fo ,W 1 ,, sings, L 'RPG is -T W gt.,-u.,, N, , M Q, g t J .Q Tx . J . . in Qty xv-p ,sswli 4 f V as s 'A,'.:iv A fl xmji, ' ...AFirstinTen.,.? . . . Come on Railers. . . ! , ' .vw U pon The ' H . . . Let Me in Coach,i Let Me in. 1 . Ln Grz'dz'r0n ae 's3""'- i 'W ' V ' :2 V 4. new-s3"x""' mi is my Awww K .5 img- N ijr . xg: X naw L 4,l. M M . Tfff,JQugfxgg Fiign151e. . . it x K ap., I ia ., V5V.kf m,.. ' 'm'A' m.:gf ,,,' is' A QM' ...Aw, Come On Now Q X 'u..v 'Q 'brun- It's Mme ! f-'fl Q" ill! 1 -:ffl-..., l'here's more than one way to play the game. 'Y' S 3 .1 Basketball or Ballet? Qfflv 233' BACK ROW: Bob Stauth, Managerg jim Kline, Larry McConley, Dalice Franz, Don Eby, Gene O'Keefe, Larry Klaassen. FRONT ROW: Delbert Franz, Gerald Williams, Gordon Stineman, Bob Lujano, Kenny Koehn, Roger Zellers, Mike Farrell. 2 l-lead Coach, Wes johnsong Kenneth Schlup, Assistantg and Bill Holmes, Assistant. Mike Farrell and Bob Stauth, Managers. ,555 THE EYES OF NEWTON ARE UPON YOU In very few schools will you find a basketball squad as energetic and eager as the 1960-61 team. They all had the de- termination and drive to conquer their foe, but they lacked age and experience. The boys practiced diligently every night. Their efforts were rewarded on the court when they displayed their skill and training. They showed never-ending energy and spirit even when hope is normally lost. This was due to the constant encouragement and confidence of their coaches. We must admit that some games were lost, but we still won't be wrong in saying that it was a successful season because the experience gained was worth an unestim- able amount. AK Q A- K was QS! Larry McConley Kenny Koehn Gordon Stineman D ME' on Eby Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Dalice Franz SCORES 44 Parsons 39 Dodge City 34 Hutchinson 53 El Dorado 50 Emporia 46 Wyandotte 52 Winfield 40 Ark City 39 Wichita East 42 Wellington 37 Hutchinson 40 El Dorado 25 Wichita North 29 Winfield 33 Ark City 36 Wellington Regional Scores 40 Junction City 67 + lip. z, K -so-V . 'im?:i?' Yr iff if 5, iii ooo V' ,T ,1 if P, . gf if an ,. . X Luj ano I l. .QQ Q Wu v , Roger Ze llers v, .W '..f . -4-',.ff f .af Delbert Franz wg' ii N3 v , I - S-N5 - Gerald Williams TWO WRE TLER, .l 44 BACK ROW: Jay Spaulding, Manager: Gary Adams, Gene Lehman, Darwin Leckington, Warren Toedman, Bill Flory, Gary Luginbill, jim Chaffee, jeff Ault, Mike Merritt, Coaches, Darwin Berry, David Winter. MIDDLE ROW: Kent Dove, Assistant Manager, Tom Bourn, Bill Hamm, Richard Goldsmith, Lonny Brown, john Geis, Larry Gawthrop, Brad Eliot. FRONT ROW: Larry Watson, Bobby Heckler, Glen White, Barry Henry, Gilbert Sandate, Bruce White VARSITY SQUAD, BACK ROW: Larry Gawthrup, Rich- ard Goldsmith, Gene Lehman, Darwin Leckington, Jeff Ault, Mike Merritt. FRONT ROW: Albert Martinez, Gilbert Sandate, Glen White, John Geis, Bruce White. 68 Newton 34 Hutchinson Newton 33 S alina Newton 20 Wichita Southeast Newton 17 El Dorado Newton 39 Kinsley Newton 22 Wichita South Newton 22 Winfield Newton 31 Campus High Newton 29 Ark City Newton 18 Wichita East Newton 31 Wellington Newton 24 Emporia 20 Wellington Invitational Tournament - Fourth Place Ark Valley League Tournament - First Place STA TE CHAMPIO In its third year, the Newton High School wrestling squad continued its record of success. ln the District Tour- nament, five boys Won the honor of com- peting in the Regional Tournament. In the Regionals, these five boys, as a team placed second. All five earned the privilege of wrestling in the State Tournament. Again as a team, the five boys placed fifth. Two Newton wrest- lers, Albert Martinez and Bruce White, won the state championships in their respective weight classes, Martinez re ceived a state championship for his second year. STATE TOURNAMENT COMPETITORS- Gil bert Sandate, Albert Martinez, Gene Lehman, I N John Geis, Bruce White, 'WE ...- FRONT ROW: Mike Newcomer, Jerry Higgins, Roy Koehn, joe Perez, Bob Luj ano, Maynard Werner, Jerry Estrada, Stewart Mann, Johnjaso, Alan Lindsey. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Willis, j'.D. Cook, Gene Lavenant, Gary Boyes, Leonard Hale, Kenny Akers, Gary Clifton, Gerald Balzer, Augustin Rodriquez, Darwin Leckington, Bob Nuss, Mr. johnson. BACK ROW: Lloyd Nunns, Roger Naylor, Ron Morrison, Bob Stauth, Dave Ewert, Gene O'Keefe, Mike Matthews, Delbert Schroeder, Jackie Roberts, Gordon Stineman. BA EBA LL LETTERIVLEN: Gary Boyes, John Grove, Kenny Akers. NOT COACI-IES: Walter Willis, Assistant, Wes PICTURED: Ian McDonald. johnson, Coach, FIRST ROW: Gary Adams, Max Roberts, jim Chaffee, Ricky Martinez, Don Griswold, Everett Tipton, Paul Tafolla, Al Martinez, Johnnie Geis, Dick Heckler, Larry Alderson, Dave Overstreet, Richard Terry. SECOND ROW: Coach, Ronald Bruce, Bill Flory, Gene Breitenstein, Bob Unruh, Charles Graber, Lee Barnhart, junior Campa, Gene Lehmann, George Arnold, Robert Tafolla, john Rempel, David Ballon, Roger Zellers, Dwight Pierce, Mike Grochowsky. THIRD ROW: Jerry Nightingale, Warren Toedman, Don Warhurst, Emmett Paulson, jon Miller, Richard Lagree, Steve Harper, John Olson, Larry McConley, Roger Hamm, Bill Smithhart, jim Kline, Ron Peters, Gary Hunter, Coach, Robert Coffman. THA CK Lettermen, Don Griswold, Richard LaGree, Coaches, Robert Coffman, Ronald Bruce. John Rempel. ,,- .fifaig f?QsX7selfz,:wftsxs wwf., .f:.-fa:fUzmfaas,f.wax ,.14:z,fage:.,., ig.,.Wa..a1,m--'.5.1f, fm. I - fl H M-1'3,,,,, -awry-my ..-t....-..m....p--"fn NE-wTqNr.. Q, -ff-1' 'omni - ff Q an N :Vi my N 'J' XXV' 1 . xl.: N . ,Inq V, 'Y - YK . l ' LT. ,. 'id tx ,- ' ,X fi if if - J' Q. ' H .f M NX? ef, fi Xgx . -if RAILER 1 RAIN up te U. ,Aka -'K-Y ", Q Y N., - 1 new ,Q RH' x X , A I V as Q, i i. l h X -:xxx M 1 X F XJ ' F L 'IJ , K , To you who are still riding the Railer Train, we, the class of '61 leave many mem- ories and experiences. You will enjoy your journey as we enjoyed our three year trip. We left from a station called junior high and boarded the Railer Train. It was new and exciting and the scenery was different from our previous experiences. We moved slow- ly at first, but then as we neared the end of our journey, the train picked up speed. In the third Qseniorj year of our trip, time simply flew by. Then, all of a sudden, it was as if someone had pulled the emergency cord. The train came to an abrupt haltg the conductor said "all off", and the class of '61 stepped down. We found ourselves at a fork in the tracks. There were three directions to go--College, Career, or Marriage. It was up to us to decide which way to go and how to get there. 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