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Design by Charlotte Cord
Published by the Journalism Department
of Wichita High School North. Wichita. Kansas.
- .... Clalmelle Taylor
---- Martin Hiltner
Senior Editor .... ................ A della Johnson
Underclassmen --- .... Pat Penix, Clydene Stancer
Activities .... .... C arolyn James, Mary Rogers
Clubs --- ................. Donna Clark
Sports .... ................. R ex Martin
Snapshots .............. --- Beverly Spencer, Elsa Haupt
Circulation Manager .... ................ N ancy Fuller
Business Manager -- ................... Nancy Fellers
Photographers -..- .... Jerry Rector, David Parsons
Adviser ........ ........ M rs. Minnie Drowatzhr
00K THANKS' 70:
DE FORET BROWN-
For arranging senior picture schedule.
MISS MARGIE GOODWIN-
For her advice on art work.
For cover design.
For division page designs.
Senior Photos ................ .................... B uck's Inc.
Printing ...... .... . Parker 8z Sons Printing Co.
Engraving ..,. .... W ichlta Eagle Engravers
Binding ,,,, ....... M idwest Bindery
Within the walls of North Hi
That surround us here today,
Dwell all our fondest memories
Though we're far, far away.
The splendor of her structure
Conceals with rich disguise
An even greater beauty
Which deep within her lies.
The friendships that we've made
Live on though we'l1 departg
The good times shared together
Forever warm each heart.
Her river and her tower,
Symbolic still shall beg
Her beauty and her splendor
Remain for all to see.
Although kept busy with the
many duties of running North, C. E.
Strange, North High principal, still
has time for a friendly smile and
His face is always a familiar sight
at all the school activities. Because
of this willingness to co-operate in
every school activity, Mr. Strange de-
serves much of the credit for North's
curricular and athletic achievements.
C. E. STRANGE
Miss Lotta Green, director of the guidance center, acts as dean of
girls. Among her many duties are those of senior counselor and director
of the student social program. Foremost on her agenda is the handling
Dean Stucky is the junior counselor. He also helps students with
their educational and vocational guidance. One of his other jobs is as-
sisting with the testing of students.
The chief concern of Miss Anita Wheeler are the sophomores. She
helps them organize schedules and also assists in giving standarized tests
to North students.
Mrs. Leone Lawrence has a task that keeps her working constantly
in the guidance center. She checks absences and excuses of all students
as well as keeping tardy records.
Lo'rTA GREEN DEAN STUCKY ANITA WHEELER LEONE LAWRENCE
Glen K. Hamilton, vice principal,
keeps track of North's over energetic
students. On top of this he is kept
busy with enrollment problems and
class and lunch schedules.
After school hours, Mr. Hamilton
shows an avid interest in all of
North's activities. His enthusiasm at
all athletic events has won for him
the admiration of the student body.
GLEN K. HAlX1ILTOlN
Miss Roma June Burt spends her time in the office as C. E. Stranges
secretary. The job of typing up the principal's letters is not small by any
means. She also types up and mimeographs the daily bulletin.
School treasurer, Mrs. Hazel Fisher attends to many details in the
office. One of these duties is typing up the honor roll every six weeks.
She is also a member of the school finance committee.
Miss Margaret Tomlinson, school registrar, helps organize and pre-
pare schedules. One of her bigger jobs is keeping an eye on credits of
juniors and seniors. She also sends out students' transcripts.
Mrs. Dixie Wright is the one who takes telephone calls and hunts
down the people who receive these calls. When she isn't doing this she
is ke-pt busy doing typing.
ROMA BURT HAZEL FISHER MARGARET TOMLINSON DIXIE WRIGHT
ONE: Anne Andrews, social science: Harriet Blazier, mathematics:
Brown, business: Glen Browne, physical education.
TWO: Celia Canine, mathematics: Betty Sue Chapman, art: Helen
W. Hughes Davis. social science.
THREE: Neil Dearinger, music: Minnie Drowatzky, journalism:
education: Christa Fisher, music,
FOUR: Iva Fcrn Fisher, home economics: Marvin Garfield, social
Cecil Gobel, science: Margie Goodwin. art.
ROW FIVE: Bessie Goodyear, foreign language: Cecil Gray, science:
tion: Maurice Hendershot. industrial arts: Olin R. Hiebert, English.
ROW SIX: Robert F. Hollowell, music: Dorothy Hubbard, English: Dell Johnson, study hall: Orie Jones, industrial arts: Esther Kaufman,
English: James Kincaid, physical education.
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Christie, English: R, J. Coile. industrial arts:
Elizabeth Dunn, art: Marie Dyer, business:
science: Harold E. Gish, industrial arts: J. A.
Roy T. Harmon, social science: Lois Haskins,
Frances Brooks, business: DeForest Brown,
A. R. Edwards,
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ROW ONE: Jack S. Kincheloe, industrial arts: Gerald Kinney, social science: Ruth Ann Knight, English: L
Wesley Lauterbach. social science: Joe Lee, physical education.
ROW TWO: Patricia Levi. physical education: James W. Mader, social science: Donald C. Martinson
English: Mary Helen Mastin, home economics: Peggy Mclauen, physical education.
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, mathematics: Gladys Mason,
Ruth McCormick, speech Delbert Means, industrial arts: Roy Metcalf, science: John Nold
, English: Eula M. Nunemacher,
Payne, loreign language.
Robert Richardson, industrial arts: Dorothy Robb, English: Joan Shearer, English: John
Sheffield. study hall: Frances
Laura Smith, mathematics.
Roberta Smith, English: Ava Stephens, home economics: Nora Stosz. business: Kenneth Taylor, industrial arts: Ann
education: A. J. Venning, science.
ROW SIX: Gwen Weaver. home economics: Victor J, Wentzel, industrial arts: H. F. Wiley, science: F. G. Willett.. business: Randolph
arts. Harold N. Wood, business.
Miss Janet Oxley has a big job of
feeding all the Redskins. Besides
supervising all the baking and cook-
ing, she and her staff help with many
outside activities held in North's
In the two pictures below more members of Norths faculty enjoy the meal
at the annual ficulty Christmas dinner.
In the picture at the left, and third from the left several teachers are seen
eating heartily at the faculty Christmas dinner. In the picture second from the
left Wesley Lauterbach and Mrs. Mary Helen Mzistin prepare to begin another
clay. At the right Gerald Kinney .ind Cecil Gray :ire talking things over,
Helping keep the Redskins healthy
is the job of Miss Ruth Cowles, the
school nurse. Among her many duties
are the arranging of dental check-ups
and tuberculosis tests for the seniors.
Besides this she finds time to look
after the Redskins daily ills.
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CAROLYN EBY-Secretary Treasurer
JIM BUSSARD-BOYS' Vice President
MARGARET MARSH-Sergeant at Arms
RUTH OLSON-Girls' Vice President
Glen Adkins, Lola Mae Baird,
Wayne Coykendall, Sara Jane Farrar,
Kenneth Gesaman, Robert Irwin.
Donald King, Donald Meyer, Gary
Mounsey, Eleanor Pennington, Doug-
las Perkins, David Rogers. Benjamin
Sample, Donald Selph, Bob Simp-
son, Leon Tisdale, Larry West, Mar-
ADAMS, CAROLYN-Red Arrows 1, Business 2.
ADAMS, LORETTA FAYE-Semester Honorable Mention 2-3,
Y-Teen 1-2, After School Sports 1-2, Letterwoinan 2.
ALLEN, DONALD RAYMOND-Math Club 3, Basketball 1-2-3.
Semester Honorable Mention 3.
ARD, PATRICIA ANN-Seinester Honor Roll 2, Semester Honor-
able Mention 2, Y-Teen 3, Tepee Teasers 3, Rifle 1, After
School Sports 1-2, Leader Club 1, Glee Club 1.
ARMITAGE, FRANK H.
ASHPOLE, RAYMOND R.-Wrestling 1-2-3, Letterman 1-2-3.
AYRES, ZELLA JO-Y-Teen 2-3. Latin 1, Rifle 1-2-3. Bible 3,
After School Sports 1-2-3, Leader Club 1, Glee Club 1.
BAENISCH, JAMES OTTO-Chess Club 1-2-3. President 2-3.
BAIRD, NELLIE ANN-Y-Teen 2-3, Nurses Club 2-3. Semester
Honorable Mention 3.
BAKER, ANNA COLEEN-Y-Teen 3, Tepee Teasers 2, Rifle 2.
After School Sports 1-2-3, Semester Honorable Mention 3,
BAKER. ROBERTA MARGARET-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Business 3.
Honor Roll 3.
BALLARD. GARY RAY-Hi-Y 2, Rifle 3.
BARNETT, ALBERTA MAE-Red Arrows 2, Tepee Teasers 3.
Transferred frvm Wichita High School East, Y-Teen 1.
BARBER, BETTY JEAN-Y-Teen 2. Pen Pal 3, Bible 2-3.
BARRETT, JANE--Student Council 3, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows
1-2-3, Cabinet and Council 3, Spanish 3, Semester Honorable
Mention 1-2-3, Special Art 3.
BARRICK, CHARLES RAY-Bible Club 2-3, Choir 2-3, Ensemble
3. Transferred from Wichita High School East, Glee Club 1.
BARRICK, CHARLOTTE FAY-Bible Club 2, Semester Honor-
able Mention 3, Senior Life Saving 2, Band 2, Choir 3, En-
semble 3. Transferred from Wichita High School East, Bible
Club 1. Band 1, Projectionist 1.
BASS, BILL CHARLES-Art Club 1-2-3, Red Cross 1, Football
1-2-3, Track 1-2-3. Wrestling 1-2-3. Letterman 1-2-3, Choir 2,
Glee Club 1.
BAYOUTH, SIDNEY, ELLIS-Student Council 1, Science Club
3, Math Club 1, Glee Club 1, Honor Roll 3.
BEAL, CONNIE MAE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Tepee Teasers 2. Business
BEARD, SANDRA MARIE-Thespians 2-3, Amards 1-2, Y-Teen
1-2-3, Tepee Teasers 2, NORTH STAR Reporter 2, Glee Club
BECKEL, BARBARA LESETTA-Semester Honor Roll 2-3,
Semester Honorable Mention 1-2, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Bookstore 3,
Business Club 2-3, Bible Club 1, Choir 2-3.
BECKHAM, SHELBY JEAN-Thespians 1-2-3, Semester Honor
Roll 1-2-3, Amards 1-2. Proctor 1, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows
3, Bible Club 1-2.
BECKLEY, WILLIAM KBILL3 LEE-Rifle Club 1, Football 2-3,
Swimming manager 3, Wrestling 2, Letterman 3.
BELLES, DON EUGENE-Rifle Club, Semester Honorable Men-
tion 3. Transferred from W'chita High School East.
BENSCH, SHARON LEE-Y-Teen 3, Tepee Teasers 1-2-3, Red
BERLIN, JERRY LEE-Semester Honorable Mention 3, Tepee
Teasers 3, Football I-2, Basketball 1-3. Track 1-3, Letterman 3,
Stage Technician 3, Honor Roll 3.
BERSCHAUER, CAROL ANN-Semester Honorable Mention 1.
Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 3, Rifle 2, President 2, Tepee
Teasers 2, After School Sports 1-2, Letterwoman 1.
BESLER, JANE H.-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Y-Teen 1-2-3,
Red Arrows 2-3, Art Club 1-2-3, Red Cross 1, After School
Sports 1-2-3, Leader Club 1-2-3, President 3. Letterwoman 2,
BEVELHYMER, BILLY SUE-Semester Honorable Mention 1-2,
Y-Teen 2-3, Red Arrows 3, After School Sports 1-2.
BLADES, GEORGE EDWARD-Semester Honor Roll 2, Semester
Honorable Mention 1.
BOSCHE, BERNIE BLAINE
BOWREN, BILL HUGH-Semester Honor Roll 3, Semester Honor-
able Mention 1-2, Hi-Y Model Legislature 3, Photo Club 2-3,
Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1. Ensemble 2-3. North High Singers 2-3.
BRADEN, ELIZABETH ANN-Y-Teen 2-3, Glee Club 1.
BROWN, DAVID ROYSE-Red Cross 2-3, Football 1, Basketball 3,
Swimming 3, Gym Team 1-2, Letterman 1-2-3.
BROWN. EDWARD LORIENE
BROWN, GARY D.-Hi-Y 3, President 3, Cabinet and Council
3, Football 1-2, Basketball 1. Baseball 1-2.
BRYAN, DOTTY SUE-Y-Teen 3, Pen Pal 1-2, Tepee Teasers 1,
Nurses Club 2, Bible Club 3.
BRYANT, RONALD DEAN-Choir 2-3, North High Singers 3,
Semester Honorable Mention 3.
BUDD, MARTHA LYNNE-Proctor 1, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Cabinet and
Council 3, Red Arrows 2-3. Bookstore 2, Manager 3, Tepee
Teasers 1. Semester Honor Roll 2-3.
BUSSARD, JIMMY ERNEST-Vice President 3, Semester Honor-
able Mention 1. Hi-Y 3, Science 3, Cheerleader Club 2, Rifle
1, Track 2-3, Swimming 2, Letterman 2-3, NORTH STAR 3,
Sports Co-Editor 3.
BUTCHER, JAMES HUGH-Transferred from Hugoton High
School, Projeetionist 1, Drivers Assistant 1, Track 1, Square
Dance Club 2.
BUTTERMORE, ALVIN-Science 2, Tepee Teasers 3, Square
Dance Club 1-2, Red Cross 2, Rifle 1, Football 1-2, Swimming
1, Baseball 1-3.
CALKINS, PHYLLIS JEAN-Proctor 1-2-3, Y-Teen 1-2, Red
Cross 1. Bible 1-3.
CAMPBELL, TERRY D.-Square Dance Club 2, Hi-Y 1. Air-
plane 1, Rifle 2-3, Track 2,
CANNON, JEAN-Y-Teen 2-3, Red Arrows 1-3, Red Cross 1-2.
Semester Honorable Mention 3.
CASTER, CLEM W.-Football 1-2-3, Basketball 1-2, Baseball
5-2, Wrestling 3, Letterman 2-3, NORTH STAR 3, Proofreader
CASTRO, BETTY GLORIA-Y-Teen 2-3, Business 3.
CHANCE, CARL EDWARD-Science 3, Wrestling 3.
CHESTER, CAROLYN JANE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3
After School Sports 1-2-3, Leader Club 1-2-3, Vice President
13 Letterwoman 1-2-3
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CHILDS, DORIS KATHLEEN-Proctor 2, Y-Teen 1-2, Pen Pal 3,
Tepee Teasers 1, Bible 2-3, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1.
CLARE, GLENDA BELLE-Semester Honorable Mention 2-3,
Y-Teen 3, Red Arrows 2, Spanish 3, After School Sports 2-3,
Leader Club 3, Band 2-3. Transferred from Dodge City, Band
1, Kayettes 1, Acemande Club 1, Pep Club 1, Tennis 1.
CLARK, DARLENE MAE-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Y-Teen
2-3, Red Arrows 1, After School Sports 1-2.
CLARK DONNA KAY-Red Cross 1, Cheerleader Club 1-2-3,
Cheerleader 2-3, Head Cheerleader 3. NORTH STAR 3. Ad-
vertising Manager 3, TOWER 3, Club Editor 3.
CLARK, JANICE-Transferred from Benton, Kansas, Vice Presi-
dent 1, Secretary Treasurer 2, Pen Pal 1, Cheerleader Club
1-2, Letterwoman 1, Glee Club 1-2-3.
CLAUSEN, BETTY JEAN-Semester Honor Roll 2, Y-Teen 3,
Red Arrows 3, Tepee Teasers 2. Transferred from Wichita
High School East, Dramatics 1, Band 1.
CLAY, CAROL LYNNE-Thespians 3, Semester Honorable Men-
tion 1-2-3, Amards 2-3, Proctor 3, Y-Teen 2-3, Red Arrows
1-2-3, Red Cross 1.
COBBLE, ROBIN WARD-Semester Honorable Mention 3, Track
2, Pep Band 2-3, Band 3, President 3, Swimming 3.
COCHRAN, GERALD MARTIN-Hi-Y 1-2-3, Hi-Y Model Legis-
lature 3, Rifle 1-2.
COLE LORIS-Y-Teen 1-2-3.
COLE, RONALD LEE-Science 3, Wrestling 2.
COLGAN. DELWIN EDWARD-Hi-Y 1, Football 1-2, Basketball
COLLINS, ALBERT-Football 2-3, Basketball 2-3, Letterman
2-3, Transferred from Wichita High School East.
CONNER, FRED LAURENCE
COOK, DONNA JEANNEAN-Semester Honorable Mention 2. Y-
Teen 2-3, Bookstore 3, Pen Pal 1, Bible 1-2-3, Glee Club 1.
CORD, CHARLOTTE ESTHER-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 2-3,
Leader Club 1.
CORNS, MERNA MARIE-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Semester
Honorable Mention 1, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Cabinet and Council 3,
Red Arrows 3, Bookstore 2. Tepee Teasers 1.
COTTER, BILLY JIM-Hi-Y 3, Rifle 1, Gym Team 2, Projection-
CRABTREE, BARBARA LYNN-Y-Teen 3, After School Sports 1,
Semester Honorable Mention 3.
CRAVENS, PAT ANN-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3, Glee
CRAWFORD, JEAN LORENE-Y-Teen 1.
CROW, BEVERLY ANN-Y-Teen 3, Red Arrows 3, Tepee
Teasers 2. Transferred from Planeview High School, Student
Council 1, Kayettes 1-2, Fifenella 1-2, Junior Red Cross 1,
Pep Club 1.
CUBBAGE, NORMAN GRANT-Football 2-3, Track 1-2-3.
Swimming 1-2-3, Letterman 2-3.
CUMMINS, FLOYD WESLEY-Hi-Y 1-3, Secretary Treasurer 1,
Semester Honorable Mention 1, Rifle 2-3, Football 1-2-3,
Baseball 1-2-3, Manager 3.
DARBYSHIRE, FAITH LARRAINE
DAVIDSON, LOIS ANN-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Semester
Honorable Mention 1, Bible 1-2-3, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2.
DAVIS, BOB RAY-Transferred from Central High, Grand
Junction, Colorado, 4-H Club 1. Play 1.
DAVIS, CAROL ANN-Y-Teen 3, Pen Pal 2, Bible 1-2-3.
DAVIS, DAVID EUGENE-Football 1, Basketball 2-3, Track
1-2-3, Glee Club 1-2, Choir 3. Transferred from Wichita High
School East, Track 1, Football 1.
DECKER, VERNA LEE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 3, Tepee
Teasers 2, Girls Rifle 2, After School Sports 1, Leader Club
1-2, Letterwoman 1, Honor Roll 2, Honorable Mention 2,
NORTH STAR 3.
DeGEER, LAIKETA JOYCE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, Te-
pee Teasers 1, Band 2-3, Glee Club 1, Head Baton Twirler 2-3.
DELONEY, JOE H.-Semester Honorable Mention 3. Transferred
from High School East, Business Club 2, Football 1.
DENNY, LARRY MARTIN-Hi-Y 1, Square Dance 1, Rifle 1.
DeWOODY, GARRY WAYNE-Hi-Y 1-2-3, Cabinet and Council
2-3, Hi-Y Model Legislature 1-2-3, Secretary 1, Vice Presi-
dent 2-3, Candidate for Governor 3, Rifle 1, Tennis 2-3.
DIETSCH, GARY L.-Science 2-3, Square Dance 2, Latin 2-3,
Art 2, Rifle 2, Science Fiction 2-3. Transferred from St.
Mary's, Science 1.
DILLON, ARTIE LYNN-Football 1-2-3, Basketball 1-2-3, Base-
ball 1-2-3, Letterman 1-2-3.
DODGE, DOROTHY ELLEN-After School Sports 1.
DONALDSON, SHIRLEY JOLENE-Semester Honorable Men-
tion 2, Y-Teen 2-3, Pen Pal 1, Bible 1-2-3, Glee Club 1.
DOOLING, BONNIE JEAN-Nurses Club 3, Y-Teen 3.
DORAN, LURA MAE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Tepee Teasers 2, Nurses
Club 2-3, Square Dance 1,
DRAKE, CARL A.-Baseball 2-3, Semester Honorable Mention
3. Transferred from Wichita High School East.
DUFT, DONNIE WAYNE-Hi-Y 3, Red Cross 2. Transferred
from Wichita High School East.
DUKE, BEVERLY ANN-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Tepee Teasers 2, Nurses
Club 3, Latin 1.
DUNBAR, JOAN MARILYN-Semester Honor Roll 1-2, Semester
Red Arrows 1, After
Honorable Mention 2-3, Y-Teen 1,
School Sports 1-2, Pep Band 2, Band 1-2.
DUNCAN, CLARINDA O.---Y-Teen 3, Bible 3, Advanced Glee
Club 2-3, Semester Honorable Mention 3. Transferred from
Conway, Arkansas, Glee Club 1.
DUNCAN, WILLIS ELTON-Photo 3, Assistant Photographer 3,
Basketball 2, Baseball 3, Transferred from Andover, Presi-
dent 1, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Glee Club 1.
DUNGAN, LETA ARLENE-Y-Teen 1-3, Bible 1-2-3, Glee Club
1-2-3, Accompianist 1-2, Ensemble 3.
DUNN, ERMA JEAN-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Bible 1-2-3, Choir 2-3,
Ensemble 2-3, North High Singers 2-3.
DUTTON, DALE LAVERNE-Football 1-2-3, Track 1-2-3, Letter-
EBERLY, REX ARTHUR-Science 1, Football l-2-3, Basketball
1-2, Track 1-2-3, Swimming 2, Letterman 3.
EBY, CAROLYN ANN-Secretary Treasurer 3, Thespians 2-3,
Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Student Council 2, Y-Teen 1-2-3,
Cabinet and Council 2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3, French Club 3,
Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1.
EDWARDS, RONALD KEITH-Hi-Y 3, Math 3, Semester Honor-
able Mention 3.
EDQWARDS, PAUL WAYNE-Science 3, Red Cross 1, Rifle 2,
EGGLESTON, PAUL VERNON
EKSTROM, A. LAURENCE-Amards 2-3, Thespians 3, Science
1-2, Chess 2-3. Pen Pal 1, Debate 1, Rifle 1-2. Science Fic-
tion 1-2, Philosophy 2, Swimming 3, Letterman 3, Stage
ELRICHS, CHARLES E,-Transferred from Sleepy Eye High
School, Minnesota, Football 2, Gym Team 2, Band 2, Photo
Club 2, Letterman 2,
EVANS, RICHARD GORDON-Science 3. French Club 3, Track 3,
EVANS, VICTOR NEAL-Thespians 2-3, Amards 1-2-3, Presi-
dent 3, Tepen Teasers 3, Orchestra 1-2, Choir 3, Glee Club 2,
Ensemble 3, Stage Technician 2-3.
FELLERS, NANCY RUTH-Semester Honor Roll 1-2, Semes-
ter Honorable Mention 1-2, Amards 1-2, Proctor 1-2, Y-Teen
1-2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, Tepee Teasers 1, Red Cross 1, NORTH
STAR 3, Glee Club 1, TOWER Business Manager 3.
FISH, JACK LeROY-Red Cross 2-3, Golf 2, Projectionist 3.
Transferred from Wichita High School East, Glee Club 1,
FISHER, PHILLIP ROSCOE
FLEMING, BARBARA ELAINE-Y-Teen 1-3, Red Arrows 1-3.
FLIPPO, WILMA LEA-Semester Honorable Mention 2-3,
Amards 1, Y-Teen 1, Tepee Teasers 1, Nurses Club 3, Square
Dance 2, After School Sports 1-2-3.
FLYNT, MICKEY ENGLE
FOGG, BOYD IRVING-Student Council 2, Hi-Y 1, Boys' State
2, German 3, French 3, Football 1-2-3, Track 1-2-3. Wrestling
1-2-3, Letterman 2-3.
FORD, ANNA ADELAIDE-Business 2, Bible 1-2, After School
Sports 1-2, Letterwoman 2.
FOREMAN, ALFREDA LAVON-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Bible 1-2-3,
FOULK, MARSHA SUE-Semester Honorable Mention 2,
Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, Tepee Teasers 1-2.
FOX, PATRICIA MARIE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Cabinet and Council
M2-31 Vice President 3, Red Arrows 2-3, Semester Honorable
FRANKLIN, CHARLES EDWARD-Transferred from Coffey-
FRANKLIN, DONA ROSE-Business Club 2, Semester Honor-
able Mention 3. Transferred from Chanute High School.
FRIDAY. KARL RAY-Transferred from Fort Scott High
School, Chorus 1, Stage Technician 1.
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FULLER, NANCY ANN-Sergeant at Arms 2, Thespians 1-2-3,
Secretary 2, Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Amards 1-2, Proctor
2-3, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Cabinet and Council 1-2, Red Arrows 1-2-3
Cabinet and Council 3, President 3: Glee Club 1, NORTH
STAR Editor 3, Quill and Scroll 3.
GADDIS, JANICF LEE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Tepee Teasers 2. Honor
Roll 1-3, Honorable Mention 2.
GALLEGOS, MANUEL JOSEPH-Semester Honor Roll 3, Semes-
ter Honorable Mention 2, Spanish 2, President 2, Red Cross
1-2-3, Vice President 2, President 3: German 3, President 3.
GALLOUP, SHARON LOUISE-Secretary Treasurer 2, Semes-
ter Honor Roll 2-3, Semester Honorable Mention 1, Student
Council 3, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3, Cabinet and
Council 3, Special Art 3.
GAMBLE. PATRICIA ANN-Amards 1-3, Student Council 1-2,
Tepee Teasers 1-3, Glee Club 1.
GARFIELD. JOYCE ANN-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Student
Council 3, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Cabinet and Council 3: Red
Arro.vs 1-2-3, Leader Club 3, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1.
GARIS, PATRICIA ILENE-Semester Honorable Mention 1,
Y-Teen 2, Square Dance 1, Nurses Club 2.
GIBSON, EARNESTINE LeRAYAAfter School Sports 1-2, Se-
mester Honorable Mention 3.
GILL, FRANCES KAY-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Y-Teen 1,
Nurses Club 2-3, Glee Club 1-2-3.
GILLARD, JOANN MADELIENE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Nurses Club 2-3.
GLASSCOCK. JOYCE ELINORE-Semester Honorable Mention
2, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 3, Bible 1-2, Leader Club 3,
Chorus 3, Glee Club 1-2.
GLAZE, MARYGENE-Amards l, Y-Teen 3, Tepee Teasers 2,
Glee Club 2,
GOTTSCHALK, ALVIN RODNEY-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3,
GRAVES, JERRY DEAN-Semester Honorable Mention 1, Hi-Y
3. Wrestling 2, Semester Honor Roll 3.
GREENE, EILEENE MARIA-Semester Honorable Mention 1-2.
Y-Teen 1-2-3, Business 3, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1.
GREENE, IREENE DELORES-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Business 3, Choir
2-3. Glee Club 1.
GRIFFITH, HELEN LOUISE-Thespians 2-3, Amards 1-2-3, Y-
Teen 1-3, Spanish 3, Tepee Teasers 1-2-3, Square Dance 2,
Choir 2-3. Glee Club 1, Ensemble 2, North High Singers 2.
'gransffrred from Great Bend High School, Choir 1, Glee
GUICE, SHIRLEY RAYE-Semester Honorable Mention 2,
After School Sports 2. Glee Club 2-3, Christalettes 2-3. Trans-
ferred from Wichita High School East, Y-Teen 1, Science Club
1, Red Cross l, After School Sports 1, Bible 1, Glee Club 1.
Choir 1, Semester Honor Roll 1.
GUTIERREZ, RACHEL-Y-Teen 1, Spanish 2-3, Business 3,
After School Sports 1-2-3, Leader Club 1-2-3.
HADLEY, JIMMIE DUANE
HALEY, ELLA LOUISE-Y-Teen 2-3. Red Arrows 2-3.
HALEY, NORMA JEANNE4Y-Teen 3, Red Arrows 1, Square
HAND, RONALD LEON-Wrestling 3.
HARRIS, BILL A.-Hi-Y 1-2-3, Hi-Y Model Legislature 3, Chess
2-3, Semester Honorable Mention 3, Math 1.
HARRIS, CONNIE LOU-Semester Honor Roll 2, Semester
Honorable Mention 1-3, Y-Teen 1-3, Bible 3, Nurses Club 2,
HARTWICK, HELEN MARIE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Bible 3.
HASTINGS, PATRICIA LOU-Semester Honor Roll 1, Semes-
ter Honorablc Mention 2-3, Proctor 1, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red
Arrow 2-3, Cabinet and Council 2, Vice President 2: Tepee
Teasers 1. Twirlcr 1, Drum Majorette 2-3.
HAUPT, ELSA BERNICE-Semester Honor Roll 2-3. Health
Council 2, Amards 2-3, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Y-Teen 1,
Red Arrows 1-2-3, Art 1-2-3, Red Cross 2-3, Bible 3, NORTH
STAR 3. TOWER Snapshots 3, Thespian 3, Quill and Scroll 3.
HAWLEY, JAMES DAVID-Quill and Scroll 2, Semester Honor-
able Mention 2, Photo 1-2-3, NORTH STAR Photographer
1-2, TOWER Photographer 1-2, Choir 2-3. Glee Club 1, En-
HEFLEY, LARRY K.
HEITHECKER, GARY LEE-Semester Honorable Mention 3.
Photo 2-3, Math 1, Golf 1-2-3, Letterman 2-3.
HENDERSON EVA GERTRUDE-Y-Teen l-2-3, Bible 1, Nurses
Club 2-3, After School Sports 1-2-3.
HENDRIXSON, BETTY LOU-Y-Teen 2-3.
HENRY, JANET LOUISE-Bible 1-2-3, After School Sports 1,
Chorus' 2, Glee Club 1.
HERNDON, OLAR MAE-Y-Teen 1, After School Sports 1-2.
HERRING, JAMES N.-Red Cross 2.
HESS, WILLIAM RICHARD-Science 3, Math 2-3, Red Cross 1,
Football 1-2-3, Swimming 1-2, Letterman 3, Band 1.
HIGH, GARY WILBUR-Hi-Y 3, Science 3, Red Cross 1, Rifle
1-2, Track 3, Swimming 2, Golf 1.
HILL, FLOYD DENA-Hi-Y 2-3, Science 2-3, Chess 1, Foot-
ball 1, P. A. Technician 1-3, Hi-Y Model Legislature 2.
HILTNER, MARTIN PAUL-President 3, Vice President 2,
Student Council 1, Hi-Y 3, Model Legislature 31 Science 1-2-3,
Football 1, Track 1-2-3, Swimming 1, Letterman 1-2-3, NORTH
STAR Proofreader 3, TOWER Faculty Editor 3,
HINER, LUTISHA YVONNE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 3.
Tepee Teasers 1-2.
HINSHAW, MAMIE MAE-Semester Honorable Mention 1-3.
Amards 3, Y-Teen 2-3, Tepee Teasers 3, Square Dance 1,
Latin 1, Nurses Club 2.
HITCH, VERA MAY-Y-Teen 2-3. Nurses Club 2-3.
HODGES, MARGARET LEE-Semester Honor Roll 2, Semester
Honorable Mention 2-3, Y-Teen 2-3, Archery 2, Red Arrows 3,
After School Sports 1. Glee Club 1-2.
HOFFMAN, ELEANOR MAY-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Semes-
ter Honorable Mention 1, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 2-3,
Choir 3, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2.
HOGG, JUDITH MARIE-Semester Honor Roll 1-3, Semester
Honorable Mention 2, Y-Teen 1-2, Pen Pal 3, Nurses Club 2-3.
HOLT, HILMA RUTH-Member of F.H.A 1-2.
HONER, JOANNE MARIE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-3,
Cheerleader Club 3, NORTH STAR Business Manager 3. After
School Sports 1, Leader Club 1.
HONIER, ALVIN LEE-Football 1-2-3, Baseball 1-2-3, Wrestling
1-2-3, Letterman 2-3, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1.
HONN, JERRY EDWARD-Rifle. Transferred from Wichita
High School East.
HOOPER. JIMMY-Cheerleader 1-2-3, Head Cheerleader 2-3,
Gym Team 3 Choir 3, Projectionist 1.
HOUSE, WESTON C. Hi-Y 3, Chess 1-2, Cheerleader Club 3,
Football 1, Track 3.
HOVIOUS, ALBERTA JEAN-Y-Teen 3, Square Dance 1-2,
Business 3, Red Cross 3.
1-IUBER, PATRICIA MAE-Y-Teen 1. Transferred from Wichita
High School East.
HUEBNER, A. JUANICE-Semester Honorable Mention 2-3,
Y-Teen 3, Bookstore 3, Pen Pal 2, Secretary Treasurer 2,
Business 3, Bible 2.
HULL, IRMA JOY-Y-Teen 3, Pen Pal 2, Business 3, Bible 2,
HUTCHISON, HARROLD ROBERT-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3,
Semester Honorable Mention 1-2, Hi-Y 3, Hi-Y Model Legis-
lature 3, Chess 3, Rifle 1, Math 2. Football 1-2. Golf 1-2,
Orchestra 1-2-3, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1.
IGO, ROBERT GRANT-Hi-Y 3. Transferred from Wichita
High School East, Rifle 1.
INGLE, SALLY-Semester Honor Roll 2-3. Amards 2, Proctor 1,
Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1, Cabinet and Council 2-3, Sec-
retary 3, Bookstore 1, Art 3, After School Sports 1, Choir 2-3.
ISRAEL, ROBERT CARL-Semester Honorable Mention 2, Hi-
Y 3, Photo l, Stamp 1, Secretary 1, Rifle 2-3, Golf 3.
JACKLE. JOHN EDWARD-Semester Honorable Mention 2,
Math 2-3, Football 1-2, Swimming 1, Pep Band 1, Band 1.
JACKSON, BETTY JEAN -Semester Honorable Mention 2-3.
Transferred from Wichita High School East,
JACKSON, JO ANN-Semester Honorable Mention 2-3, Y-Teen
1. Business 2, Square Dance 2, NORTH STAR Reporter 2,
Circulation Manager 3: After School Sports l.
JAMES, CAROLYN JOYCE-Thespians 2-3, Semester Honorable
Mention 1-2, Amards 2, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2, Span-
ish 3, Cheerleader Club 3, NORTH STAR Reporter 2, As-
sistant Editor 3: TOWER Activity Editor 3: After School
Sports 1, Chorus 2, Glee Club 1. Cheerleader 3, Quill and
JAMES PAUL-Football 3, Basketball 1-2, Track 1, Letter-
man 1-2-3. Transferred from Washington High School, Gaines-
ville, Texas, Football 2, Basketball 2, Track 1.
JEMERSON, WILMA-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2, Bible 1,
Chorus 2, Glee Club 1-2, Semester Honorable Mention 3.
JIMENEZ, EDWARD DANIEL-Hi-Y 1-2-3, Cabinet and Coun-
cil 1-2, President 1-2, Hi-Y Model Legislature 2, Rifle 1-2-3,
Baseball 2, Wrestling 2.
JOHNS, MARCIA LORRAINE-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3,
Proctor 3, Y-Teen 2, Latin 1, Vice President 2: Art 2, Red
JOHNSON, ADELIA ANN-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Semester
Honorable Mention 2, Y-Teen, Cabinet and Council 1-2-35
Red Arrows 1-2-3, Cheerleader Club 3, NORTH STAR Re-
porter 2, Editor 3: TOWER, Senior Editor 33 After School
Sports 1, Choir 3, Chorus 2, Glee Club. Quill and Scroll 3.
JOHNSON, NANCY LEE-Y-Teen 2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, NORTH
STAR Typist 3.
JORDAN, LOIS ILENE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1, Tepee
Teasers 2, Nurses Club 3.
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JUSTVIG, RONALD GENE-Hi-Y 2-3, Rifle 3.
KANADY, ESTHER MARIE-Y-Teen 2-3, Red Arrows 3, Bible
1-2, Glee Club 2-3, Semester Honor Roll 3,
KEEN, ROSALIE-Science 2, Semester Honor Roll 2-3 Red
Cross 3, After School Sports 2-3, Leader Club 2-3, Letter-
woman 2-3. Transferred from Enid High, Enid, Oklahoma.
KEITH, LEONARD JAY-Hi-Y 3, Business 3, Bible 1-2, Track 3.
KERR, DORIS JEAN-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Cabinet and Council
1-3, Red Arrows 2-3, Bible 1, After School Sports 1-2-3, Leader
Club 1-2, Secretary 3: Choir 3, Christlettes 2-3, Organist,
Glee Club 1-2.
KERRICK, MARCELLA JANE-Thespians 2-3, Semester Honor
Roll 1-2-3, Amards 2, Proctor 3, Y-Teen 1-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3,
Girls' State 2, Rifle 1-2-3, Secretary 1: Square Dance 2,
After School Sports 1-2-3, Leader Club 1-2, Letterwoman 1,
Glee Club 1, NORTH STAR Assistant Editor 3, Quill and
KLOCK, DONALD WAYNE-Semester Honorable Mention 1-2,
Basketball 1-2, Golf 1-2-3, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1.
KLOPP, BILL-Fhoto 2, Rifle 1, Football 1-2, Baseball 1-2-3,
KNIGHT, GEORGIANN-Health Room Proctor 1, Y-Teen 1-2-3,
Red Arrows 1-3, Business 2, After School Sports 1, Leader
Club 1, Chorus 2-3, Glee Club 1.
KOCI, CAROLE ANN-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Y-Teen 1,
Leader Club 1, Pep Band 2-3, Band 1-2-3, Vice President 2,
KRAUSE, JOHN-Spanish Club 3.
KROPF, LLOYD REX-NORTH STAR, Sports Co-Editor 3.
Transferred trom Winfield, Kansas, and Woodward, Oklahoma.
Baseball 1-2, Football 1-2, Lettermans Club 1-2, Hi-Y 1-2.
LAMUNYON MAX L.-Transferred from Laverne High School,
LARSON, JERALD EUGENE-Student Council, Vice Presi-
dent 2, President 35 Boys' State 2, Football Manager 1-2-3,
LARY. FRANK JAMES-Football 1, Wrestling 1, Stage Techni-
LARY, RONEY LEE--Rifle 1, Square Dance 2, Stage Techni-
LAUGHLIN, BRUCE CARTER-Hi-Y 2, Bible 1-2, Rifle 2, Band
LEHMAN, DEVERNE CLIFFORD-Semester Honor Roll 2-3,
Semester Honorable Mention 1, Hi-Y Treasurer 2-3, Cabinet
and Council 2-3, Science 3, Boy's State 2. Bible 1-2, Band 1,
National Hi-Y Congress 2.
LESSENDEN, DONALD EUGENE-Hi-Y 2, Bible 1-2, Rifle 2-
LESTER, LOIS LUELLA-Bible 2-3, Rifle 2.
LINSTROT, EVELYN LOUISE-Semester Honorable Mention
2-3, Proctor 1, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 3, Tepee Teasers 1,
Business 2, After School Sports 2, Glee Club 1.
LIVINGSTON, CAROL JEANETTE-Semester Honorable Men-
tion 3, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 3, Business 2, Red Cross 1,
Bible 1, Chorus 3, Glee Club 1. Transferred from Wichita
High School East.
LOCKHART, PATTY GLEORA-Nurses Club 2-3, Y-Teen 1-2-3,
LONGSIDE, DEAN EDWARD-Thespians 2-3, Amards 2-3,
Science 2, Tepee Teasers 3. Transferred from St. John's
Academy, Winfield, Kansas. Dramatic Club 1, Hi-Y 2.
LOPEZ, PAUL-Football 1-2, Baseball 1, Wrestling 1-2-3.
LOVERN, JOANN--Y-Teen 2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3, Red Cross
1, Semester Honorable Mention 2-3, Orchestra 1-2.
LUEDKE, FREDERICK LEE-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Stu-
dent Council 1-2, Parliamentarian 31 H1-Y 3, Science 1, Math
2-3, Swimming 2, Baseball 1-2-3.
LUNSFORD, MARCIA LORRAINE-Thespians 2-3, Semester
Honor Roll 2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, Semester Honorable Mention
1, Amards 1-2-3, Student Council 2, Y-Teen 2-3, Tepee Teasers
1, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1, Square Dance Club 1.
LUSK, DONNA KAY-Vice President 2, Student Council 3,
Y-Teen, Cabinet and Council 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3, After
School Sports 1, Special Art, Decoration 3, Semester Honor-
able Mention 3.
LOWE, ROBERT B.-Airplane 1.
MALCOM, RUSSELL LEE-Rifle 3, Wrestling 3.
MALLISEE, MARJORIE EDNA-Semester Honorable Mention
2-3, Student Council 2, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2, Cabinet
and Council 3, Bookstore 3, After School Sports 1-2-3,
Leade: Club 3.
MANN, SHIRLEY YVONNE-Semester Honorable Mention 2-3,
Y-Teen 2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, After School Sports 1.
MARKS, CLARA JANE-Y-Teen 3, Bible 3, Glee Club 1.
MARSH, MARGARET JOAN-Sergeant at Arms 3, Semester
Honor Roll 3, Semester Honorable Mention 1-2, Proctor 1-2-3,
Red Arrows 1-2-3, After School Sports 1, Leader Club 1.
MARTIN, HAROLD REX-Semester Honorable Mention.2, Hi-Y
1-3, Hi-Y Model Legislature 3, Science, Vice President 33
NORTH STAR Reporter 2, Sports Editor 3: TOWER,-Sports
Editor 35 Baseball 2, Wrestling 1-2, Glee Club 1. Quill and
MARTIN, NANCY KARLENE-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Semes-
ter Honorable Mention 1, Proctor 3, Y-Teen 1-2-3. Red
Arrows 2-3, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1.
MARTIN, STUART NELSON-Hi-Y 1, Science 3, Rifle 2.
Football 2, Baseball 1, Wrestling 1, Semester Honorable
MARTIN, TROY JOE-Semester Honorable Mention 1-2-3, Hi-Y
1, Science 3, Basketball 2, Baseball 1, Drivers' Assistant 2.
MARTINEZ, DOLORES JEAN-Semester Honorable Mention
2-3, Proctor 2, Red Arrows 2-3, Nurses Club 3, Red Cross 2.
Transferred from El Dorado, Kansas, Librarian 1, Choir 1.
Glee Club 1, Kayette 1, Pep Club 1, After School Sports 1.
MASON. WARREN ROBERT-Bible 1-2, Track 1-2-3, Letter-
MAULSBY. GEORGE FOSTER-Rifle 2-3, Archery 2. Trans-
ferred from Wichita High School East.
MAXEDON, MARILYN ANN-Semester Honorable Mention 2,
Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3, Glee Club 1, French Club 3.
McCART, JUNE-Pen Pal 2-3, Nurses Club 2-3. Transferred
from Amarillo Senior High School.
MCCAULEY, NORMA RUTH-Y-Teen 3, Nurses Club 3, Trans-
ferred from Minden High School, Minden, Missouri. Cheer-
leader 1, Glee Club 1. Pep Club 1, FHA 1, Band 1, Basket-
MCCREERY, TED MARK-Thespian 3. Transferred from the
United States Marine Corps.
McKOWN, SHARON LYNN-Y-Teen 1-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3,
Red Cross 2, After School Sports 1, Glee Club 2-3.
MCMILLAN, MARY DEE-Semester Honor Roll 2-3. Semester
Honorable Mention 1. Proctor 1, Red Cross 3, Bible 1-2-3,
Choir 2-3, Glee Club l.
McPHERSON, CROSSETTE LOUISE-Y-Teen 3, Red Arrows 2-3.
Transferred from Wichita High School East, Pep Club 1,
- een 1.
MCWHORTER, JUDITH ANN-Semester Honorable Mention 2-3,
Proctor 1-2-3, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3, After School
Sports 1-2-3, Leader Club 3, Choir 3, Chorus 2, Glee Club 1.
McWHORTER, LARRY LESTER-Hi-Y 1, Science 2. Math 3.
Football 1-2, Basketball Manager 1-2-3, Track 1-2-3.
MEESE, SHARON LEE-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Semester
Honorable Mention 1-2, Bookstore 2, Business 3, Choir 2-3,
Glee Club 1, Ensemble 3.
MELTON, SENA SUE-Y-Teen 3, Red Arrows 2, Bible 3. Trans-
ferred from Waco High School, Waco Texas. Pan American
Club 1, Library 1.
MELVILLE, NORMA JEAN-Semester Honor Roll 2, Semester
Honorable Mention 1-2-3, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-3, Book-
store 2-3, Bible 2, After School Sports 2.
MELZER, EDITH-Y-Teen 2, Bookstore 2-3, Pen Pal 3, Square
Dance 1, Bible 2-3, After School Sports 1-2-3, Letterwoman 1.
METZ, NOBEL CLAY-Chess 1, Football 1-Z-3, Wrestling 1.
MILLARD, THOMAS RAYMOND-Hi-Y 3, Science Club, Presi-
dent 3: Bible 2, Semester Honorable Mention 3. Transferred
from Wichita High School East.
MILLENBRUCH, MARYBELL-Y-Teen 2-3, Nurses Club 3.
Transferred from Marysville High School, Band 2, Glee
Cliib 1-2, Mixed Chorus 2, Pep Club 2, Kayettes 1-2, FHA
MIELIER. CHARLOTTE MAE-After School Sports 1, Sports
MILLER. DEAN ARTHER-Chess 2, Archery 1, NORTH STAR
Club Editor 33 Tennis 1-2-3, Semester Honorable Mention 3.
MILLER, EDDIE RAYMOND-Airplane 1, Stage Technician 1-2.
MILLER, ERNA MAE-Y-Teen 2-3, Bible 2-3. Transferred from
MILLER, JAMES RILEY-Hi-Y Vice President 3: Rifle 1, Foot-
ball 1-2, Baseball 1-2, Wrestling 1-2-3. Letterman 1-2-3.
MILLER, JOHN RAYMOND-Track 1-2, Gym Team 1.
MILLER, STANLEY ROSS-Science 3, Honor Roll 3.
MILLER, WILLIE-Football 1-2, Track 1-2, Letterman 2, Orches-
tra 3, Glee Club 3.
MILLIKAN, ORVALLE RAYMOND-Chess 2, Secretary Treas-
urer 35 Red Cross 3, Basketball 1, Baseball 3, Choir 2-3,
Glee Club 1.
MITCHELL, DORIS ANN-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Y-Teen
1, Red Arrows 1, After School Sports 2, Pep Band 2-3, Band
MITCHELL, EUNICE FAYE-Semester Honor Roll 2-3.
MOGLE, CONNIE JOSEPHINE-Proctor 1-2-3, Y-Teen 2-3, Red
Arrows 2-3, Square Dance 1.
MOMAN, DAVE R.
MOORE, KAREN RUTHE--Thespians 1-2-3, Semester Honor Roll
2, Amards 1-3, Treasurer 2, Proctor 1-2-3, Y-Teen 1, Cabinet
and Council 2, President 3, Tepee Teasers 1, Semester
Honorable Mention 3.
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MOORE, LEAH-Y-Teen 3, Business 3, Semester Honor Roll 3.
Transferred from Highline High School, Seattle, Washington,
Drama Club 1, Pep Club 2.
MORAN, JOANNE RUTH-Amards 3, Y-Teen 3, Red Arrows
2-3, Square Dance 2, Honor Roll 3, After School Sports
2-3. Transferred from Union High School, Lamar, Colorado,
Pep Club 1, GAA 1, Band 1.
MORENO, AMERICA--Red Arrows 2, Business 3, After School
Sports 3. Transferred from Martin High School, Pep Squad
1-2, Pan American Club 1, Sports Club 1-2, FHA 1.
MULLEN, Lawrence Pierce-Hi-Y 2-3, Football 1-2-3, Track 2-3,
Wrestling 2-3, Letterman 2-3.
MUNSON, SHEILA MAE-Transferred from Wichita High
School East, Glee Club 1, Y-Teen 1, Pep Club 1.
NEFF, DAVID ARTHUR-Rifle 2, Football 1.
NEWMAN, EVRET CHARLES-Archery 1, Chess 2, Tennis
NEgWlX5AlV, WILBYR BUZZ-Rifle 1, Track 2-3, Swimming 1-2-3,
NEWTON, BARBARA ANNANurses Club 2-3, Square Dance 1-2,
Y-Teen 2-3, Bible 1, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2,
NICHOLS, CARL W.-Science 3.
NICHOLS, ETHELYN, R.-Semester Honorable Mention 2,
Y-Teen 3, Pen Pal 2, Bible 2-3, After School Sports 1,
Orchestra 1-2-3, String Ensemble 2-3.
NIMROD, DENNIS LYLE-Rifle 1, Swimming 3, Wrestling 1.
NORMAN, PATSY LOU-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Y-Teen 1-2,
Art 1-2-3, Bible 3, Rifle 1, After School Sports 1-2-3, Leader
Club 1-2, Letterwoman 1-2-3, Aquaettes Club 3, Archery 1-2,
Square Dance 2, Synchronized Swimming 1-2.
NORTON, DICK BRADFORD-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3,
Student Council 3, Hi-Y 1-2-3, Hi-Y Model Legislature 1-2-3,
Bible 1-2-3, Football 2, Baseball 1-2.
OGDEN, HAROLD EUGENE-Rifle 2-3. Transferred from Wich-
ita High School East, Rifle 1.
OLINGER, BEVERLY-Semester Honorable Mention 2, Red
Arrows 2, Spanish 2. Tepee Teasers 3, Red Cross 3, After
School Sports 2-3, Glee Club 2-3. Transferred from Wichita
High School East. After School Sports 1, Chorus 1, Y-
OLSON, RUTH EMMA-Vice President 3, Semester Honor Roll
2, Semester Honorable Mention 1-3, Y-Teen, Cabinet and
Council 1-2-3: Red Arrows 1-2-3.
O'MALLEY, GEORGE THOMAS-Football 1-2-3. Swimming 2.
OSBORN, JAMES DELMAR-Football 2, Track 2-3, Letterman
2. Transferred from Wichita High School East, Football 1.
PALACIO,GUSM-Football 1-2-3, Baseball 1-2-3, Wrestling 1-2-3,
PARKHURST, ANNA MARIE-Y-Teen 1-3, Nurses Club 2,
Secretary 35 Bil-le 1, Square Dance 2, After School Sports
1-2-3, Letterwoman 2-3, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1.
PEACOCK. CHARLIE LEE-Semester Honorable Mention 3.
PEARSON, DELO HERMAN-Science 3, Bible 2, Golf 2.
PEARSON, JOHN EDWARD-Transferred from Wichita High
PEER, PHILIP LEROY-Football 1-2, Basketball 1-2, Golf 1-2-3.
PELLETIER, ALBERT LOUIS--Semester Honor Roll 1-2, Pen
Pal 1, Projectionist 3. Transferred from St. Joseph's
Academy, Salem Massachusetts, Dramatics 1.
PENIX, PATRICIA ANNE-Semester Honorable Mention 1, Stu-
dent Council 3, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3, Spanish 3,
NORTH STAR Reporter 2, Feature Editor 3: TOWER, Un-
derclassrnen 3: After School Sports 1, Leader Club 1, Glee
Club 1, Chorus 2, Quill and Scroll 3.
PERKINS, SANDRA SUE-Y-Teen 3, Red Arrows 2-3, After
School Sports 2, Semester Honorable Mention 3. Transferred
from Mount Carmel Academy, Latin Club 1, Thespians 1.
PERRY. CONNIE GAIL-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, After
School Sports 2-3.
PETERSON, GERALD FRANKLIN-Semester Honorable Men-
tion 1-2-3, Math 2, Rifle 1. .
PICKENS, JERRIE SUE-Semester Honor Roll 2, Semester
Honorable Mention 3. Y-Teen 1-2, Cabinet and Council 33
Red Arrows 2-3. NORTH STAR, Club Editor 3, Feature Edi-
tor 31 Leader Club 1, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, Proctor 3,
Quill and Scroll 3.
PICKFORD, LELA ALMETA-Y-Teen 3, Pen Pal 2, Red Cross
1, Bible 3, Glee Club 1-2-3.
PIKE, ROSS EDWARD-Rifle 1, Football 1-2-3, Baseball 1-2-3,
Wrestling 1-2-3, Pep Bend 1-2-3, President 33 Band 1-2-3.
PILAND. JOHNNY HARLIN
POCOCK, RONALD GEORGE-Wrestling 3.
POND, CAROL KAY-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, After
School Sports 3, Choir 2, Glee Club 1, Semester Honorable
PORTER, HAZEL EVELYN-Semester Honorable Mention 2-3,
Y-Teen 2, Bible 2-3, Glee Club 3. Transferred from Wichita
High School East, Bible 1, Y-Teen 1.
RTER, PHYLLIS LYNN-Semester Honorable Mention 1-2-3,
PQI-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-3, Tepee Teasers 2, Art 3, Leader
Club 1, Chorus 2, Glee Club 1.
POSTIER, ERNESTINE LUCILLE-Tepee Teasers. 2-3, Red
Cross 2-3, Glee Club 2-3, Transferred from Wichita High
School East, Red Cross 1, Pep Club 1, Y-Teen 1, Glee Club 1,
Letterwoman 1, After School Sports 1.
POTTERTON. MARIETTA sus-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 2-3,
PRICE, ANGINETTE RAE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Bible 2-3, After
School Sports 1.
PRIDDLE, NANCY ANIN-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Semester
Honorable Mention 1-2, Y-Teen 1-2, Cabinet and Council 3:
Red Arrows 1-2-3, Choir 3, Chorus 2, Glee Club 1, Ac-
PRYOR, ROBERT LLOYD-Track 1-2-3.
PUMPELLY, SONIA KAY-Y-Teen 2-3, Business Club 2, Presi-
dent 33 Aftcr School Sports 2. Transferred from Wichita High
RAGLAND, ROBERT EUGENE-Rifle 1, Baseball 1.
RAITHEL, JERRY NORMAN-Semester Honorable Mention 1-3,
Football 1-2-3, Track 3, Swimming 3, Baseball 1, Letterman 2-3.
RAKESTRAW, ROBERT WAYNE-Chess 3, Bible 1.
RANCK, EDD HUGH-Hi-Y 2-3, Vice President 1: Hi-Y Model
Legislature 2-3, Science 3, Chess 2, Stamp 1, Basketball 1-2-3,
Tennis 1-2-3, Stage Technician 2.
RAYL, DEANNE KATHERINE-Spanish 2, Pen Pal 3, Art 2-3.
Transferred from Oswego High School, Glee Club 1, Mixed
Chorus 1, Drum Corp 1.
REBENSTORF, LARRY WAYNE-Hi-Y 1, Football 1-2-3, Track
1-3, Swimming 2, Letterman 3.
RECTOR, JERRY DUWAYNE- NORTH STAR, Photographer 3,
TOWER Photographer 2-3. Transferred from Planeview High
School 1, Fifenella Club 1, Projectionist 1, Pep Band 1,
REED, DONNA SUE-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3, NORTH
STAR. Advertising Manager 33 Glee Club 1-2, Semester
Honorable Mention 3, Quill and Scroll 3.
REED, LORETTA JOYCE-Semester Honorable Mention 2-3,
Pen Pal, President 2, Bible 1-2-3. Orchestra 1-2, String En-
RESA, RICHARD-Hi-Y 1, Tepee Teasers 3, Basketball 1-2, Golf
RICE, BILL ARTHUR-Baseball 1.
RICHARDSON, SHIRLEY JANE-Amards 1, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red
Arrows 2, Tepee Teasers 3, Leader Club 1, Glee Club 1-2.
RIGGINS, CAROLYN JO ANN-Semester Honorable Mention
1-2, Bookstore 3, Semester Honor Roll 3, Business 3, Square
Dance 1-2, After School Sports 1, Choir 2, Ensemble 2-3.
RINGLER, JOHN MEECE--Chess 3, Basketball 2-3, Track 3,
Tennis 1-2-3, Archery 1-2, President: Square Dance 1-2.
RIVERON, PATRICIA MARIA-Semester Honor Roll 1-2, Span-
ish, Vice President 2: Pen Pal, Vice President 33 Tepee
Teasers 1, Art 1-2-3, After School Sports 1-2.
ROBINSON, PHYLLIS MAVA
ROBY, ETHMER LEE-Transferred from Mountain Grove High
School, FFA 1-2.
RODGERS, NORMA RUTH-Red Cross 1-2, After School Sports.
ROEHRMAN, DONALD DALE-Photo 1, Vice President 3, Math
2, Projectionist 1.
ROGERS, LAURA ELAINE-Glee Club 3. Transferred from Enid
High School, Enid, Oklahoma, Legionette Drum and Bugle
Corp 1-2, Liternet 2.
ROGERS, MARY JEAN-Semester Honorable Mention 1-2,
Y-Teen 2-3, Semester Honor Roll 3, Red Arrows 1-2-3,
NORTH STAR Reporter 2, TOWER Activities 33 After School
Sports 1-3, Square Dance 1, Quill and Scroll 3.
ROHR, LEONA-Transferred from Planeview, Fifenalla Club 1.
ROMAN, ESTELA MAE-President 2, Semester Honor Roll 2-3,
Semester Honorable Mention 1, Student Council 1, Proctor
3, Y-Teen 2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3, Spanish, Secretary 2,
After School Sports 1-2-3. Leader Club 1.
ROMINE, MARGIE ANN-Y-Teen 2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, Tepee
Teasers 2, Semester Honorable Mention 3. Transferred from
East High, Des Moines, Iowa, Y-Teen 1, Spanish 1, Pep Club 1.
ROOT, TERRY ROBERT-Semester Honorable Mention 1-3,
Chess 1-3, Stamp 2.
ROYAL, MABLE STELLA-Y-Teen 1-2-3, After School Sports
2-3, Leader Club 2-3, Letterwoman 2-3, Orchestra 1-2-3.
RULE, SONJA FERNE-Semester Honorable Mention 2, Y-Teen
2, Red Arrows 3, Nurses Club 2, Red Cross 3, Glee Club 3.
Transferred from Wichita High School East, Red Cross 1,
Y-Teen 1, Pep Club 1, After School Sports 1.
SAGE, MYRNA MARTE-Y-Teen 2, Red Arrows 2-3, After
School Sports 1-2-3, Letterwoman 3.
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SANTIAGO, STEVE HENRY-Hi-Y 1. Red Cross 2. Rifle 1-2.
Football 1-2-3, Golf 1-2-3, Wrestling 1-2-3, Letterman 2-3
SAXE, NANCY. ELAINE-Semester Honorable Mention 2, Y-
Teen 1-2, Cabinet and Council 3, Organist 3: Red Arrows 1-3,
Tepee Teasers 2, Leader Club l, Choir 3, Chorus 2, Glee Club 1,
SCHAFER, RUTH LINELL-Semester Honorable Mention 1-2,
Science 2, Latin 1.
SCHNELLER, MARILYN JEANNINE-Y-Teen 3, Bible 1, Choir
2-3, Chorus 1, Glee Club 1, Nurses Club 2, President 31
Square Dance 1-2.
SCHNITKER, JACQUELINE JOYCE-Y-Teen 3, Business 3,
Transferred from Centralia Township High School, Pep Club
1-2, Latin 1.
SCHOONOVER, DONNA MAE-Semester Honor Roll 2, Semes-
ter Honorable Mention 1-3, Y-Teen 2-3, Square Dance 1,
Nurses Club 2-3.
SCHUESSLER, EVAN L.-Hi-Y 1-2-3, Science 2, Secretary 3:
Airplane 1, Tennis 2.
SCOTT, ANITA ROSE-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Y-Teen 2-3,
Red Arrows 2, Spanish Club, President 3: Business Club,
Secretary Treasurer 35 After School Sports 1-2-3. Transferred
from Wichita High School East, Red Cross 1, After School
Sports 1, Proctor 1, Semester Honor Roll 1, Pep Club 1,
SCOTT, SHIRLEY ANN-Y-Teen 3, Tepee Teasers 3, NORTH
STAR, Feature Editor 3, Semester Honorable Mention 3. Trans-
ferred from Wichita High School East, Pep Club 1, Quill
and Scroll 3.
SCROGGINS, JACK CHARLES-Bible 2, Rifle 3, Football 1-2.
Swimming 1-2-3, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1, Projectionist 1-2,
Stage Technician 3.
SEATON, MARY JANE-Square Dance 1, Nurses Club 1, After
School Sports 1, Glee Club 1.
SHANNON, GLADYS HELEN-Red Arrows 3.
SHIBLEY, MARTHA JEAN-Semester Honorable Mention 2,
Amards 1, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-2-3, Cheerleader Club
3, Manager 3: NORTH STAR, Reporter 2, Assistant Sports
Editor and Assistant Advertising Manager 3: After School
Sports 1-2-3. Leader Club 1.
SHIBLOM, CLIFFORD MERLIN, JR.-Semester Honor Roll 1-
2-3, Hi-Y 3, Science 3, Football 1, Square Dance 2.
SIMS, MARY JANICE-Semester Honorable Mention 2, Y-Teen
2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, Semester Honor Roll 3, NORTH STAR
Circulation Manager 3, Band 2-3, Twirler 2-3. Transferred
from Wichita High School East, Pep Club 1, Marching Band 1.
Twirler 1, After School Sports 1, Y-Teen 1, Quill and
Scroll 3. '
SMITH, BAISAL DWIGHT--Chess 2, Cheerleader Club 3, Track
2-3, Cheerleader 3, Swimming 2-3, Gym 1, Letterman 2, Pro-
jectionist 2-3, Square Dance 1-2.
SMITH, CARMEN THERESA-Choir 2-3, Chorus 1, Glee Club 1.
North High Singers 3, Nurses Club 2, Square Dance 1-2.
SMITH, LUZELLA MAE-Pep Band 2, Band 1-2-3, Nurses Club 3.
SMITH, RONALD DAVID-Semester Honorable Mention 2-3,
Science 3, Rifle 1, Wrestling 2, Square Dance 1.
SMYTH, SANDRA JEAN-Semester Honorable Mention 2,
Amards 1, After School Sports 1, Square Dance 1-2, Nurses
Club Secretary 2.
SNYDER, DONNA-Semester Honor Roll 2, Semester Honorable
Mention 1, Student Council 3, Y-Teen 2-3, Red Arrows 1-3.
Tepee Teasers 2, Rcd Cross 1, After School Sports 1-2,
Leader Club 1.
SPANGLER, PATRICIA ANN-Y-Teen 1-3, Red Arrows 2-3.
Glee Club 1. Transferred from Wichita High School East.
SPARLING, GARY LAVERNE-Airplane 1.
SPAUR, GERALD VANCE-Hi-Y 2. Rifle 1-2. Track 2.
SPEAKMAN, JACK EUGENE-Airplane 1-2, Projectionist 3.
SPENCER, BEVERLY JOYCE-Thespians 2-3, Semester Honor-
able Mention 1-2-3, Amards 2-3, Y-Teen 3, Tepee Teasers 2-3,
NORTH STAR Columnist 3: TOWER Snapshots 3. Transferred
gom Wichita High School East, Pep Club 1, Y-Teen 1, Glee
SPRINGFIELD, RICHARD LEE-Semester Honorable Mention
1, Hi-Y 1-2-3, Rifle 1-2, Football 1, Swimming 2, Wrestling 2,
Choir 1-2-3, Glee Club 1.
SPRINGSTEEN, BARBARA JEAN-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3,
Amards 2, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 3, Bookstore 2, Bible 1-2,
Handbook 2, Drivers' assistant 2,
STALLINGS PATSY ANN-Y-Teen 3, Red Cross 1-2.
STANCER, CLYDENE LARIE-Semester Honorable Mention
1-2-3, Proctor 2-3, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, Tepee
Teasers, NORTH STAR Advertising Manager 3: Future
Teachers Club 3, TOWER Underclassmen 39 Quill and Scroll 3.
STARTZMAN, GERALD ALLEN-Science 3, Bible 3, Archery 1-2.
STEPHENSON, CAROL-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-3, Semes-
ter Honor Roll 1-2-3, Leader Club 1-3, Nurses Club 2, After
School Sports 1-2-3, Rifle 1.
STOTTS, WANDA IEE-Semester Honorable Mention 1, Amards
3, Y-Teen 1, Square Dance 2, Business 2, Nurses Club 3,
After School Sports l.
STOUT, VERNON RAY-Square Dance l, Hi-Y 2, Rifle 2.
STRAND, LOIS RUTH-Semester Honor Roll 2, Semester
Honorable Mention 1-3, Y-Teen 3, Spanish 3, Tepee Teasers
1. Library Club 2, After School Sports 1.
STRUBLE, LOIS JEAN-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 3, Business
2, Red Cross 1-2.
STURHANN, JOYCE CAROL-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 2-3,
After School Sports 1-2-3.
SULLIVAN, JOANN-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 2-3, After
School Sports 1.
SUTTON, JOHN WALTER-Semester Honor Roll 1-2, Science
1, Chess 2, Cheerleader Club 3.
SWARNER, LAUREL KAY-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Y-Teen
2-3, Spanish 3, Bible 2-3, Glee Club 1-2. Transferred from
Hutchinson High School, Glee Club 1.
TAYLOR, CHARLIE-Airplane 1, Basketball 2-3, Track 3.
TAYLOR, CLAIRNELLE-Proctor 1, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows
2-3, NORTH STAR Reporter 2, Assistant Feature Editor 33
TOWER Editor 3: After School Sports 1-3, Leader Club 1-3,
Letterwoman 1-3, Archery 1.
TAYLOR, MIKE A.-Red Cross 3, Track 3. Transferred from
Wichita High School East.
TAYLOR, PHYLLIS COLLEEN-Semester Honorable Mention
1, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Glee Club 1-2.
TAYLOR. RICHARD C.
THARP, ROBERT EDWIN-Archery 2, Treasurer 1, Science 3.
THOLL, TESSIE LUCILLE-Y-Teen 3. Transferred from
Goddard and Valley Center, Band 1, Glee Club 1-2, Girls
Sextet 1, Mixed Chorus 1-2.
THOMAS, ELIZABETH ANN-Semester Honorable Mention
1-3, Proctor 1, Y-Teen 2-3, Bible 1-2, Treasurer, Chorus 2,
Glee Club 1.
THOMAS, JOE LOUIS-Hi-Y 1-2-3, Science 1, Bible 1, Track 3.
THOMAS, PHYLLIS KAY-Semester Honor Roll 2, Red Cross
2, Semester Honorable Mention 3.
THOMAS, RICHARD LEE-Hi-Y 1-2, Wrestling 2-3.
THOMPSON, BILL-Tepee Teasers 3, Square Dance 1-2.
THOMPSON, JOHN ERNEST-Transferred from Stockton
Rural High School, FFA 1-2, Glee Club 1-2. Mixed Chorus 1,
TIMBERS, CAROL ANN-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Bible 1, Secretary 2,
TODD, TERRYL KAY-Semester Honorable Mention 2, Nurses
Club 1-2-3, Haizdbook 3.
TONES, JOHN THOMAS-Hi-Y Model Legislature 3, Science 3.
Transferred from St. Mary's High School, Football 2, Base-
TRIMMELL, HERALD ALVIN-Hi-Y 3, Cabinet and Council
1-2, Chess 1, Swimming 2, Tennis 1-2-3, Letterman 2-3, Stage
TRUESDELL, CHARLOTTE FAY-Y-Teen 2-3, Glee Club 1.
TURLEY, FRANCIS EUGENE-Semester Honorable Mention
1-2-3, Hi-Y Model Legislature 3, Science 3.
TURNER, DARLENE MARIE-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Y-Teen
3, Spanish 2, German Club, Vice President 3: After School
Sports 1-2, Letterwoman 1.
UNDERHILL, CHARLES ROSS-Semester Honorable Mention 3.
Transferred fiom Wichita High School East.
UNRUH, JIM DIRKS-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Chess 1-2-3,
Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1.
VAN AUSDALL, RUTHENA KAY-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows
3, Tepee Teasers 1-2, Semester Honorable Mention 3.
VAN EATON, SHARON LEE-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Stu-
dent Council 2, Sergeant at Arms 33 Proctor 3, Spanish, Vice
President 35 After School Sports 2-3, Pep Band 2, Secretary
Treasurer 3. Transferred from Wichita High School East, Y-
Teen 1, Band 1, Latin Club 1, Bible Club 1, After School
VEACH, JOAN RUBY-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Semester
Honorable Mention 1, Student Council 2, Secretary Treasurer
3g Proctor 3, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows, Cabinet and Council
2-3, Spanish 2, After School Sports 1-2, Health Council 2,
Pep Assembly Chairman 3.
WALKER, DONNA MAY-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Stamp 1,
Pep Band 2-3, Band 1-2-3, Orchestra 1.
WALLACE, RAYONA-Art 2, Red Cross 2, Semester Honorable
WALTON, JOHN MONTE-Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Chess 2-3,
Airplane 1, Football 1.
WARE, ALAN MILLS-Semester Honorable Mention 3, Track
2-3, Wrestling 2-3, Pep Band 1-2-3, Band 1-2-3, Orchestra 1-2-3.
WARNER, SHARON LYNN-Y-Teen 3, Tepee Teasers 2-3, After
School Sports 2. Transferred from Wichita High School East,
Pep Club 1.
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WATTS, NANETTE JEAN-Semester Honorable Mention 1-2.
Latin 1, Y-Teen, 1-2-3, Nurses Club 2. Semester Honor Roll 3.
WEBBER. VIRGIL-Track 1-2.
WESTPHAL, DOROTHY MARIE
WHARTON, SALLY RAE-Y-Teen 3, Pen Pal 2, Bible 1-2-3.
WHITE, DONNA LOUAThespians 2-3, Semester Honor Roll
Semester Honorable Mention 1-3, Amards 2, Y-Teen 2-3,
Cheerleader Club 1-2-3, Red Cross 1, Cheerleader l-2-3.
WHITE, MARK ANTHONY-Football 2-3, Track 1-2-3, Letter-
man 1-2-3, Semester Honorable Mention 3.
WHITNEY, JANE ELLEN- Semester Honor Roll 1-2-3, Proctor
3, Y-Teen 1-2, Cabinet and Council 3: Red Arrows 1-2-3.
WILBUR, WILLARD CLAIR-Airplane 1-2, Square Dance 2-3,
Football 1-2-3, Track 1-2-3, Wrestling 1-2-3, Letterman 2-3.
WILEY, C. C,-Hi-Y 1-2, Chess 1, Football 1-2-3, Baseball 1-2-3,
Wrestling 2-3, Letterman 2-3.
WILKINSON, PAULINE ESTHER-Semester Honor Roll 1,
Semester Honorable Mention 2, Amards 1, Y-Teen 3, Tepee
Teasers 1, Math 3, Bible 2.
WILLIAMS, ROSETTA LAFAY-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Nurses Club
1-2, Bible 1, Semester Honor Roll 3.
WILLIAMSON TREVA LEE-Semester Honorable Mention 2-3,
Y-Teen 3, Tepee Teasers 3, Bible 2. Transferred from Wichita
High School East, Speech and Drama Club 1.
WILSON, CLEO LEE-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Semester
Honorable Mention 1. Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-3, Bible 2,
After School Sports 1-2, Chorus 2, Glee Club 3.
WINTERS, JOHN FRANK-Chess 1-2-3.
WOLFSKILL, JEAN ELAINE-Thespians 2, President 3: Semes-
ter Honorable Mention 1-2, Amards 2, Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red
Arrows 1-2-3, NORTH STAR, Assistant Editor 33 After School
Sports 1, Leader Club 1, Quill and Scroll 3.
WOOD, DON-Rifle 3, Pep Band 1-2, Band 1-2-3.
WOODS, ROSELIND CLARE-Semester Honor Roll 2-3, Ger-
man Club, Secretary 39 Amards 1, Y-Teen 2, Pen Pal, Presi-
dent 3. Tepee Teasers 1, After School Sports 1.
WORTHINGTON, GLENDA KAY-Business 3, Red Cross 1-3,
Bible 1. Transferred from Valley Center, Kansas, Glee Club 2.
Red Cross 2.
WRIGHT, NOLA MAE-Y-Teen 1-3, Tepee Teasers 1-2-3, Square
Dance 2, After School Sports.
WYNN, DORRIS ANN-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Bible l-2-3, After School
YACKLEY, RUTHANN-Y-Teen 1-2-3, Red Arrows 1-3, Nurses
Club 2, After School Sports 2.
ZIMMERMAN, JULIA ANN-Semester Honorable Mention 2,
Student Council 3, Semester Honor Roll 3, Y-Teen 1-2-3,
Red Arrows 3, Business 2, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 1, Square
High, Jerry-IN MEMOBIAM
Nancy Fuller and Margaret Marsh are ready to go canoeing.
Taking a quick breather at one of the sport dances are Bill
Klopp, Bill Bass, Mark White and Clem Caster.
Donna Lusk, Martha Budd, Sharon Galloup, Marilyn Maxedon,
Adelia Johnson, and Donna Reed ride westward at a western
Off to the North-East basketball game are C. C. Wiley. Gerald
Cochran and Dean Hill.
Eugene Turley, Robert Israel, and Larry McWhorter crank
up an antique car from Eugene's collection.
Enjoying themselves at a Christmas party are Norma Melville,
Judy McWhorter, Carolyn Chester, Joyce Garfield, Laural
Jensen and Marjorie Mallisee.
Loafing on the job are Tom Millard, Bob Tharp, and Rex
Jane Whitney, Pat Penix, Nancy Priddle, Ruth Olson, Sally
Ingle, Carolyn James, Sharon Galloup, Jane Barrett, Marilyn
Maxedon, Martha Shibley and Donna White spend a quiet
Posing for the latest fashions awards are Nancy Martin and
Sonja Rule, Frances Gill, Shirley Scott, and Mary Sims pose
on the Minisa bridge.
Ringing in the New Year are Connie Harris, Sharon Van Eaton,
Laiketa DeGeer, Joanne Honer, Pat Hastings and Estela
Marcia Lunsford, Doris Mitchell, Mary Rogers, Nanette Watts,
Roselind Woods, Marcia Johns, Carmen Smith, Kay Stauffer,
Sandy Smyth, Colleen Taylor, Lois Strand, Joan Dunbar
and Sue Perkins are doing activities of many sources.
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Harold Wood, Teacher.
Left to right, row one:
Earlene Miller, Katherine
Arlen Miller, Richard Mar-
tin, Anita Navarro, Shir-
ley Moore, Virginia Mar-
tinez, Joann McLain.
Row two: Margaret Mil-
ler, Carolyn Miller, Shar-
on Morris, David Moore,
Richard McElroy, Char-
lene Marr, Dalene Nic-
olas, Beverly Moore,
Judy Nay. Row three:
Robert McAllister, Garry
Montre, David French,
Curtis McClint0n, Lance
Myers, Jimmy Myrtle,
Don Neher, Bill Moutray,
Ronald Rather. -mm 1 V
Junior Home Room 215,
Olin Hiebert, Teacher,
Left to right, row one:
Yvonda Applegate. Carol
Abbott, Kathy Bender,
Barbara Barrett, Roberta
Andrews, Karen Beckel.
Judith Bannon, Bobbie
Bawl, Opal Berry. Row
two: Dinah Lee Atherton,
Glenna Ball. B.C.Atki-
son, Carl Barbee, Roy
Benjamin, Ronald Baird,
Lou Ann Bertram, Betty
Bandv, Mary Alexander,
Mr. Hiebert. Row three:
Arven L. Arnold, Alan
Andrus, Pat Bachman,
Lynne Berry, Harry Beach,
Steve Berry, Dewane
Grimes, Dennis Avery.
i , John Bandy.
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Junior Home Room 133,
Victor Wentzel, Teacher.
Left to right, row one:
Judy Lewis, Marilyn Le-
Clerc, Betty Kirkendall,
Roselea Lamb, Donna
Lyons, Marietta Knoffloch,
Pat Lowe, Suzanne Klas-
sen, Marilyn Kuhns. Row
two: Jo Ellen Luper, El-
-zie Loewen, Danny Lo-
Vette, Don La Rue, Shar-
on Langhover, Samuel
Linderman, Glenda Law-
son. Row three: Ronald
Knowles, Steve Lester,
Bob Lamkins, Arthur Lee,
Willis Lewis, Mr. Went-
"ra-' M Junior Home Room G-4,
Miss Ann Theilen, Teach-
sr. Left to right, row one:
' Gloria Mesa, Karilyn
Kuhns, Kaye Young, Mary
Cox. Ruth Thomas, Le-
nora Churning, Barbara
Adams, Sandra Schenck.
Jane Hartley. Row two:
Irene George, Bonnie
Fullen, Judy Berger,
Barbara Arensberg, Bar-
bara Wisman, Jackie
Clark, Deloras Haworth,
Jeanne Skaggs. Row three:
Inez Cochran, Mildred
Daniels, Aquilla Lewis.
Emily Gould, Irene Ohls,
Jacque Peterson, Sue
Hesser. Row four: Donna
Buchanan, Mary I-Iasler.
Kay Anspaugh, Helen
Foltz, Pat Harper, Janis
Edwards, Jean Terrell,
11? Delores Dennett. Row five:
Dorothy Dotson. Betty McClelland, Brenda Dick, Janet Hale, Janet Klopp, Lynne Berry. Jackie Coate, Carol Watson, Row six: Marilyn
Riley, Dorothy Chrisman, Rowena Bosin, Jacqueline Sharshel, Karen Schuh, Sondra Byfield, Vera Marler.
Junior Home Room 300,
Dell Johnson, Teacher.
Left to right, row one:
Lee Dora Mundahl, Mar-
ilyn Wattenbarger, Lila
Faye Schubert, Betty
Fuller, Judy Byrnes, Flor-
ence Samples, Ruth Tur-
ley. Row two: Mr. John-
son, Max Land, Glen
Marks, Gary McManis.
Don Morgan, Delbert
Rohr. Row three. Thom
Marsh, Wesley Jones, Don
Conner, Jimmy Brumbe-
low, Tom Marks.
Junior Home Room B-2,
Joe Lee, Teacher. Left
to right, row one: Eddy
Swafford, Arley Rinehart,
Craig Underhill, Roger
Angle, Jay Thomas,
Charles Santiago, Charles
Riddle, Vernon Smart,
Charles Winesberry. Row
two: James Gulick, Erwin
Failes, Don Wilson, Rog-
er Kite, Bix Archer, Jerry
Ross, Bruce Bogart, Jerry
Downs, Ralph Edwards,
Row three: John Lewis,
Jon Childs, James Hyde,
Bob Holloway, John Mc-
Teer, Larry Meeker, Ray-
mond Slusser, Lelon Por-
ter, Larry Robinson. Lee
Autry Robinson. Row
four: Mr. Lee, James
Wilson, Eugene Mercer,
Johnny Wells, Larry
Burchfiel, Bill Hudson,
David French, Bob McAll
Home Room 231,
Robert Richardson, Teach-
er. Left to right, row one:
Jack Faith, Tony Dis-
muke, Elvin Fox, Billy
Ewertt, Mary June Field,
Mary Ellsworth, J a n
Douglas. Row two: Jack-
ie Foster, Peggy Emery,
Ferrel, N o r r i s
Row three: Darrel
Jim Ford, Bruce
ard Fey, Janet Dix, Pat
Downey, Mr. Richardson.
Home Room 113,
Miss B e r n i c e Payne,
Teacher. Left to right,
row one: Helen Palacio,
Stella Resa, Arleta Plat-
ter, Pat Reagan, Jim
Rapp, Carlene Reid, Con-
nie Richardson, Jo Lee
Daisy Reid. Row
two: Iva Jean Richter,
Jerry Parker, Sue Pruitt,
Susan Payne, Larry Rich-
ardson, Harold Oakes,
Paul O'Ma1ley, Earl O'-
Malley, Eunice Pollard.
Row three: Laura Rad-
cliff, Roberta Rhodes,
Betty Platt, Darryl Phil-
lips, Lyle Phillips, Bill
Rex, Bentley Phillips,
Ruth Powers, Miss Payne.
Don Maddox, Eddie Hancock.
Junior Home Room 375.
Miss Kathryn Brown.
Teacher. Left to right.
row one: Ila Castle.
Marjorie Brown, Sonia
Bryant, Delta Bilyew,
Joyce Bilhartz, Ray El-
len Burdick, LaDonna
Blair, Sue Chandler. Row
two: Carletta Brown, Bar-
bara Blackburn, Mary
Chase, Linda Chapman.
Joann Childers, Lorraine
Blackshere, Maxine Bos-
ley, Vicki Brodbeck. Row
three: Gary Calkins. Jer-
ry Cartwright, David
Brakebill, Leroy Brewer,
Lewis Carpenter, David
Calico, Donald Brown.
Eldon Brown, Row four:
Gary Bickham, Rob
Brandes, Gary Bettis, Mike
Campbell, Byrnine Buser,
Junior Home Room 212,
Miss Dorothy Hubbard,
Teacher. Left to right
row one: Jerry Holman,
Sondra Hatfield, Deloras
Haworth, Beverly Hibbs.
Row two: Karen Hicker-
son, Myrna Herron, Mary
Hillis, Sue Hesser, Wanda
Heritage, Bonnie Heiron-
imus, Norma Helm, Bar-
bara Hartman, Ruth Hog-
lan. Third row: John
Higgins, Jim Haskell,
Billy Heatwole, Mary
Hasler, Arlene Headrick,
Don Henderson. Row four:
Frankie Hoover, Junia
Hodge, Chuck Heroneme,
Dennis Hodges, Howard
Hegr, Wayne Herring.
Wilma Heritage, Sharri
Harwick, Billie Herbert.
Junior Home Room A-l.
Mrs. Minnie Drowatzky.
Teacher. Left to right,
row one: Gail Woolman.
Sharon Whitt. Gary Wil-
liams, George Wilson, Ed-
win Zimmerman, Dottie
West, Sherry Wright, Rose
Williams. Row two: Eu-
gene White, Patsy Wine-
garner, Charlene Wood-
son, David Parsons, Mar-
shall Wolfe, Glen Wil-
liams, Jackie Williams,
Kaye Young. Row three:
Donald Winsor, Jerry
Wagoner, Russell West.
Bob Will, James Wright.
Junior Home Room 230,
John Nold, Teacher. Left
to right, row one: Betty
Hanna, Gwen Gould,
Bonnie Harries, Margaret
Fulk, Kathryn Galloway.
Beverly Frank. Annette
Harper, Kenneth Geis-
dorf. Row two: Larry
Harris, Don Hansen, Wan-
da Gentry, Nancy Gra-
ham, Helen Habernigg.
Janet Grett, Clara Har-
per, George Greenway.
Row three: Marvin Fra-
zier, Maurice Harper.
Homer Garrison, Jim Had-
ley, Denny Furst. Johnny
Hale, Golda Grubb. Row
four: Maurice Goodrich.
Don Graves, Larry Gould.
Jim Grimes, Dennis Frank-
lin, Mr. Nold,
Junior Home Room 278,
Miss Nora Stosz, Teach-
er. Left to right, row
one: Bette Stuber, Lavon
Thomas, Wilma Smith, Jo
Anne Terrell, Irene Tho-
mas, Betty Stickel. Bar-
bara Thompson, Judy
Slaymaker. Row two: Mar-
cia Stevens, Margie Smith
Victor Smith, Walt Thomp-
son, Stan Smith, Robin
Thorpe, Sam Stranathan.
Vonda Svoboda. Row three
Miss Stosz, LeRoy Stimp-
son, ,Jimmy Stewart.
Michael Starnes, Guy
Spear, L. K. Terrell.
Phillip Smith. Row four:
Cammie Thomas, Bill
Smith, Larry Stowe, Larry
Junior Home Room 215,
Miss Dorothy R 0 b b .
Teacher. Left to right,
row one: Peggy Jeffer-
son. Gloria Hunter, Ver-
onica Johnson. Willie Mae
Jones, Lou Ann Hunt.
Darlene Jones, Verna
Kanady. Sonja James,
Marla Jensen. Row two:
Charles Karr, Joan James.
Mary Hughes. Berniece
Jones, Lowell Hurtig, Bon-
ny Johnson, Mary Kelly.
Juanita King. Row three:
Glen Hupp. Thomas King,
Max D. King, Nathaniel
Ingram, Charles Jeffreys.
Mike Joyce, Ronnie Irion,
Row four: Larry Kerwin.
Raymond Kent. Paul
Humann, Les Johnson.
Junior Home Room 113,
Miss Celia Canine, Teach-
er. Left to right, row
one: Hazel Scudder, Judy
Schneider, Carrol Sher-
wood. Jayne Ross, Con-
nie Sawyer, Georgia Run-
ft, Winona Sechrist, Doris
Short. Norma Ryman,
Row two: Harold Schwind,
Tommy Simpson, Jean
Shelton, Doreen Schiefel-
bein, Miss Canine, Judy
Simmons, Charles San-
tiago, Philip Seymour.
Row three: Arthur Risser.
Jim Ross, Jerry Sims,
Tommy Russell, Richard
Sanchez, William Sanders.
Louis Brown. Row four:
James Rush, John Rupf,
Don Rudrow, Charles
Junior Home Room 201,
Roy Harmon, Teacher,
Left to right. row one:
Janice Crockett, Glenda
Cline, Virginia Davis.
Darlene Davidson. Jo-
dene Cook, Mary Cox,
Nancy Conine, Ramona
Coleman, Fredericka Craa
vens, Row two: Pauline
Conrad, Inez Cochran,
Gary Cocking, Melvin
Daniels, Pat Coleman,
Rosamary Davis, Karen
Clark. Daniel Coscia, Dora
Detwiler Row three:Bob
Condit, David Davis, Bill
Col-Ioon, Don Crowl, Jim-
my Cox, Clinton Clark.
David Danielson. Row
four: Mr. Harmon, J, D.
Land, Charles Clark.
Sophomore Home Room
117, Miss Roberta Smith,
Teacher. Left to right,
row one: Lauretta ,Wil-.
liams Mary yarn, Tom-
my Wright, Don Wies-
ner, Ursula Young, Wil-
berta Woodson, Bertie
May Wilson. M2!'t'gy Pet-
tit, Della Wj iaigns.-Row
two: Eugene iley, Mari-
lyn Wink, Keith Koontz,
Kent Salisbury, Oliver
Simbley, Judy Winegar-
ner, Bill Winters. Row
three: George Bullock.
Cecil Smith, Bob Woods,
Victor Whirleman, David
Yust, Bob Wiechman, Miss
Smith. ' '
Junior Home Room A-3,
W. Hughes Davis, Teach-
er. Left to right, row one.
Anita Vance, Wanetta
Vance, Barbara Ward.
Janie Wallace, Deanna
Walker, Ernestine Tin-
chcr, Naomi Tucker. San-
dra VanLeu, Roma Wed-
del. Row two: Luella
Trembley, Ella Jean Wag-
ner, Mary Watts. Larry
Turner, Jerome Wheeler,
Robert Tickle, Kathryn
Watkins, Bob Watkins.
John Tompkins. Row
three: Carolyn Valentin.
Jacque Webber, Rodriga
de Trianer, Jack Van
Es, Earl Vanderhoff, Don
Wells, Bill Weber. Mr.
Sophomore Home Rooni
377. Frank Willett, Teach-
cr. Left to right, row
one: Larry Byers, Eugene
Ball, Rodney Behrhorst.
Lonnie Berry, -
ker Billy Alls ury, Mike
'B"'egole, ' Mike Baimn.
John Barrientos. Row
two: Jai e B'r Bill
Armstrongi arry Rath-
er. fliiniiiy Abney, Jim
Arther, Richard Allen.
Larry Bayouth, Marion
Allen. Row three: Jerry
Arensberg. Tony Creamer,
Al Branson, John Bur-
banks, Phil Archer. Eu-
gene Bryant, Gary An-
drews. Row four: Philip
Blauer. Charles Allsted.
Roy Breaker, Vern Bera-
Sophomore Home Room
226, R. J. Coile, Teacher.
Left to right. row one:
gglgges Covey. Julene.
unn1n.El1a,m, Anna Deluge
herty, ,Iune Crews, Pat
Compton, Ruth Crockett,
Sharon Cooper, Gggggig
CQ5, Barbara Coo
Row tw5T"T6Hn U3
Lawrince Cotton, Vaughn
Davidson, L. L. Cotter,
Diane Coufal, Barbara
Criswell, Carl Cooper.
Dollie Cousins, Carrie
Dause. Row three: Bob
Dalton Stewart Cum-
mins, flerry Crabtree, Roy
Corzine, Don Danielson,
Curtis Creed, R. J. Coile.
Sophomore Home Room
211, Miss Gladys Mason,
Teacher. Left to right,
row one: Gloria Morris.
Sandra Miller, Faye Nel-
son, Mickey Miller,
H1114-J, Niles 5'
Qrlpw. onna -unlilf '
ewe 'IWHUYTETH Martha
Morehead. Jawngv- Moore.
Ronnie Morris, -YFTHIIS'
Mitchell, Don Mill6T,JOQH,
Rowmfhreez elvi e orrfs,
Jolene Meeds. Betty Mil-
b'5'f1'R'f"lfaro e Miller, Billy
H. Myers, Billy O. Myers,
Sophomore Home Room
380, Miss Ava Stephens.
Teacher, Left to right,
row one:J ' Hardiman
Charlotte Guihrief afi'
tha Hall, Janeen H 3
M531 n ' a , Jarrel
ar ic, ay rp, Wil-
lie Hol o Row
two: aro yn eerf Ger-
iltgp, Yetive Pribbenow,
arcourt, Emma Hall-
mark, Karen Groe. Row
three: Johnie Hardman,
Rodger Hayes .Gary Hake,
Gus Harper, Jimmie Hays.
Bobby Gutierrez, Warren
Harper, Miss Stephens.
Sophomore Home Room
175, H. F. Wiley, Teacher,
Left to right, row one:
Eula Thornhill, Julius
Thomas, e Um-
phrey, John uc , f
o TT Thomas, ,Roberta
ow wo: n er-
nie odd, Jim Theakston,
anyce Tunison, Mr.
Wiley. Row three: Jean
Turner, Eldora Timbers,
Bobby Treat, Larry Tho-
mas, Ray Tyson, Werner
Tevfel, Junior Swain.
Larry Trim, N a n C y
Sophomore Home Room
G-3, Mrs. Peggy McCluen.
Teacher. Left to right.
row one: Wanda Will-
banks, Maryln Scheide-
nan, Barbara Smith, Judy
Rice, K N'
Glenda Wallace, Ju
Y ' ' , Helen Os-
borne, Nonie Releford,
Sylvia Owens. Row two:
Karen Neff, ,Pgg-M1525
Judith Winter, Margaret
Thomas, Georgia Wynn,
Barbara Thompson, Verna
Propst. Row three: Joyce
ghelps Barbara STTUURA.
ve ' H
1 ri e , Zinn
Westphal, Kay Phillips,
Sophomore Home Room
208, Miss Bessie Good-
year, teacher. Left to
right, row one: Karlene
Franklin, Douglas Green,
Shirle ' ,Cambm
ennis G i 1 e,
ea rice Gonzales,
lynn-Y Fisher, Vicki ' -
more, Wilma Francisco.
Row two: ' ,
Bernice Few, erry a -
dis, Douglas Garrison,
Patricia Frizzel, Mary
Fox, Mar Frankli Le-
quetta . ree:
Ronnie Fullen, Lamar
For Ann isc er,
er, Leonard ee
or , Greg Gray, San-
dra Fenton, Norma Fritts.
Row four: Richard Ger-
ety. Dennis Fauss, Bill
L. Fish, Fred Gilbert.
Warren Gilkey, Derel
Grammont, Gary Gray.
Sophomore Home Room
209, ' ' '-
an teac er. e 1 to
'r1gEf, row one: Qhgso te
, Leo Howe, ice
o er, Raymond Hof-
fman, Beryl Jean Ingles,
Joretta Holaday, Shan-
non Jo Heiner, o
-Holmes. P 'l .
'R'6'vi7' two: yn a Bet
Hope, dag V H.
ary o man, Hagan
Howell. Juanita o ge,
' . elmss- Ora
' QB-iii a acks .
Miss au an. ow ree:
erliter, obb Jon
Mae H1 on, 1 Hunt-
singer, Howard Hudspeth,
Ron Irion, Jimmy Hop-
kins, Roger Hatchett.
Sophomore Home Room
119, Donald Martinson,
Teacher. Left to right,
row one:Clyde McDonald.
Willma Maddock, Kath-
erine Lee, Jimml-4y1Mathis.
James Lorance, o aye
Ma er Sandra an.
Means. Row two: at
LTRS, Dan McKown,Jean
Limper, Nancy McClel-
land, Rachael McFate,
Mike McCarty, JoAnn Mc-
Kay, Oliver Manuel, Myatt
Lipscomb. Row threc:
Roger Marshall, Richard
Leslie, Bill Lock, John
McCarrier, Willard Mc-
Guire, Rex Lewis, Julian
Lopez, Mr. Martinson.
Sophomore Home Room
teacher. Lefltl to rig ,
row one: anc Bell,
Ka :sary erian
s y, Diane Brasted.
Beverly Bass, Diana Brew-
er, Nancy Lee Beach,
' i Daw Elsie Bon-
am. o two: Carolyn
Brown, Judy Blevins.
Wanda Bethune, Bggallzy
Alexander, Carole ra -
c , ie B a ' '.
Sharon e 6 ,-5
1 , Martha Benne-
H!!fd?D'bris Bonham. Row
three: Miss Weaver, Tyylah
Sharp. L1nd17IAdkinis3. sian,
Aligning ary er in.
Dar ene Achey, Alge
Sophomore Home Room
A-2. Mrs. Mary Helen
Mastin, teacher. Left to
right, row one: Sarah
Seevers, Betty Saft, Car-
ole Sellers. Larry Sals-
bury, John Ryan, Connie
Schwind, Doris Scovel.
Mary Lee Shaw. Marcia
Rule. Row two: Myrna
Schenck, Sue Schuessler,
Steve Sandwich, Danny
Schaeffer, Alvin Schmidt,
Mary Schlesinger. Jeanne
Shafer. Row three: Bob
Sample, John Sherwood,
Terry Shadegg. Sandra
Sapp, Ronnie Schraeder,
Nancy Shockley, Law-
rence Sheffler, Joseph
Sanders. Mrs. Mastin.
Sophomore Home Room
B-3 Glen Browne, teach-
er. Left to right, row
one: Charles Pearson.
Charles Morawitz, Ervin
Davolt. Gary Lawson.
Armand Little, Danny
Bradley, R 0 n n i e Gall,
George Hess, Fredrick
Cravens, Cleon Jones. Nor-
man Eveland,John Booze,
B Kenneth An-
derson, reddy Frendle.
Row two: Milburn Heard,
Gene Butcher, James
Douglas, Dean Hunsaker,
John Rice, Billy West,
Barry Cope, Garry Brown.
Sophomore Home Room
l12, Miss Ruth McCor-
mick. teacher. Left to
right, row one: Jackie
Newman, Alice Nichols,
Shirle Osuna. Bonnie Pat-
Pat Phillips, Barbaga Pepa
per, Jud Norpji, vere
Newholisg. ow wo: Glen
Phillips. Darwin Newton,
Caro Olmstead, John
arret, 4 "Nobel,
R 0 s e '
ames e ercot. Dick
Nelson. Row three: Van-
ice Phillips, Gene Nich-
olson, Phyllis Phillips,
Charles Parks. Peg Og-
bert, Larry Peterson.
Richard Perry. Row three:
Jim Patterson. Gasy--Os--.
borne Larry Paul, Jun-
ior Ohtt. Gary,vLee Os-
borne. NW .
.s VA.. -
Sophomore Home Room
206, Mrs. Lydia Koby.
teacher, Left to right,
row one: Kay Larson.
Carmen Jenkins, Sharon
Eelleis Joyce King, Car-
oe enkins, Betty JO.
Law, Carolyn ones, Al-
ice Jordan, Pat Kinney.
Karen Keller. Row two:
Larry Jones, Janice Knut:
sen, Judy La'nT5ert, Bar-
'bara' Junker, Tom Kerr,
Leonard Jacobs, Rogene
Johnson, Jody Jackson,
Rogert Jgnenez, Kathryn
o nso . ow three-:Larry
Kaiffabon Junod, Larry
Jeffrxesf Lenzie Jones,
Rodney Langley, Floyd
Jordan, Mike Jenkins,
Ronnie James Jr., John
Ledesma, Mrs. Koby. X
f Wx M
QW if W
Jimmy Edwards. Bill
Manely, Gerald Phelps,
R u er, John
ar son, a d Ki
Row three: 1 n ,
Jerry Wlgington, Bob Mcliinne , Donald Henderson, Phili Bl
ob Pendergast, Herbert Jenkins, James Bonger, Richard Prebst, Col m P auer' rlfeggyift: dBL1g2,?fcn'RI,3Vm figgfffwaalog ggfgqarkemilfsr vghptifi'
Jerry Walker, Joe Martin, Lar Darrell Hurt, Richard vin, ike Rowl, Jerrg' Buller, John Davis, Bob Gillean, Stephan glial'
Sophomore Home Room
214, Mrs. Joan Shearer.
teacher. Left to right.
row one: helia S
cer, Jhg-,mice imo , QD'
Loretta Stephei, Joan
Smith, 113111- 129156115
Jt1dy J0yce Simp-
son. wo: Judy Simp-
son, Carolyn Shomber.
Kay Stauffer, Delano
Shultz, Steve Speakman,
Kathleen Slattery, De-
loris Short, Mary Sims.
Row three: Ronnie Step-
hens, Roger Stanley,
Stout, Larry ewart,
Thomas Stafford. Row
four: Stan i , om
John u ,m'B'i'HI glprgilggs,
Archie Shonk, Eddie
Sophomore Home Room
115, Miss Laura Smith.
teacher. Left to right,
row one: Josephine Cha-
vez, Paul Chandler. Jo
Ann Carter, Joyce Clark,
Beverly Clark, Judy Co-
der, arlen so, Marie
Coatg' 'Caqrolyn Clark.
Row two: Artie Charlene
Caylor, Pat Chenoweth,
Harry Clare, Ben Camp,
Elmer Carlton, Delmar
Clark, Mary Carpenter,
Tony Chavez. Row three:
Jim Carrell, Dick Cathey.
Kenneth Clark, Judy
Church, Larry Collins,
Margie Childers. Gerald
Childers, Donald Carter.
Sophomore Home Room
275, Roy Metcalf, teach-
er. Left to right, row
one: Betty Poland, ,Seann
na Reed NBDCY. .111
constrsns' Romans louise
Ross, Roberta Rogers,
Sandra Ritter, GGOPSB
'Po1.'fS, Mark Pryor. Row
two: Ernest Reed, Rich-
ard Rosendale, Evlyn
Rogers, Gilbert Roman,
Dwight Ragsdale, Mich-
ael Prince, Pruitt,
Jerry Pritchar . Row
three: Gene Rasler, Phil-
lip Reed, Thane Rogers,
Joyce Reed, Harold Rayl,
Ella Mae Prince, Bill
Pierce, Jerry Prichard.
Row four: Mr. Metcalf,
Charles Piland, Bob Pra-
Sophomore Home Room
176, Miss Christa Fisher,
teacher. Left to right,
row one: Carol Epps,
Mary Davis, Doris Davis,
Beverly Debrot, Linda
Ellis, Deanna Dodge, Eula
Jane Davis, Nodra Davis,
Ruth Allison. Row two:
Jerry Davis, ob Denny,
Robert Dvorak, Marvin
Davis, Donald Ewertt,
Dennis Ekstrom, Gerald
Eveland. Row three: Kath-
leen Drake, Glenna Jo
English, Juanita Dit-
more, Steve Ernst, Dwight
Deal, Ginger Dunn. Judy
Emmett. Row four: Miss
Fisher, Bob Evans, Bud
Ellis, Bill Day, Darrel
Duncan, Marvin Bailey.
Sophomoe Home Room.
Mrs Patricia Levi, teach-
er. Left to right. row
one: Marilyn Allen. Egjg
ricja-gfzleary Willie Pearl
Helen Miller, Connie.
Norma LT Land. Mary
Kay Lee. Row two: Juli-
anne Martin. Betty Churn-
ing, Virgina Fitzmaurice,
Carolyn Davis. Jimmie
Lou Haggard, Vonola
Baiding. Sharon Castle-
berry. Row three: Judee
Hundley, Janie M a e
Finch, Mrs. Levi, .Joycfg
Armfielq, Julie Lawyer.
Sophomore Home Room
301, John Sheffield. teach-
er. Left to right, row
one: Betty Ortiz, Sherry
Weem Rosalyn 'EI'Iiott,
Loreeta Curtis, Margaret
Armstrong, Nancy Roys-
ton, -Patsy Calhounb Elaine ,
Broecker,'Jack Ray, Anna.
Clffdiif Sara li , Andrew
Hicks. Jo Yi'Mgers, Cloyd
Floyd. Row three: Larry
Stephenson, Bill VB. Mc-
Caslin Frederick Robin-
son, Woodrow Hyde, Ver-
lin Brown, M a x i n Q
Thoma,s. Mr. Sheffield.
Sophomore Home Room
182, Cecil Gobel, teacher.
Left to right, row one:
Sharon Walker, Pat Went-
Mazella Walker, vgharfxn
WatgpsQe7 Shirley eak ,
Ruth aner. Clydezir
Ward, Maxine Warrendex.
R0'W'two: Larry Walker,
Harold Wilhelm. Melva
Welch, Larry Wade,
Carol Vanderwood, Yan-
dell Welch, Garry Wade,
Dale- gegygr, Henry Voy-
les. ow three: Paul
Walker, Ronnie Weemsf
Ralph V'aldes, Earl West.
Charles Weber,,Bob Van
Buren. Row four: Mr.
Gobel, Larry G. Walker,
Dick White, Harvey White,
These are typical class-
room shots. Upper left:
is a portion of Miss Gwen
Weaver's sewing class is
hard at work on one of
its projects. Upper right:
Don Meyer operates a.
lathe. Lower left: An
English class is in ses-
sion. Lower right: Ken-
neth Taylor demonstrates
welding equipment for
Sophomore and Junior Home Room Office, Wesley Lauterbach,
Teacher, Left to right, row one: Mr. Lauterbach. Allan De-
Water. Mary Cox. Zenas Davidson. Robert Pouncil, Howard
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President . .. . ..
Girls' Vice President
Boys' Vice President
Sccrt tary Treasurer
Sergeant at Arms
Sophomore and Junior Home
. Jeanne Huntsinger
Room 131. Kenneth Taylor,
teacher. Left to iight. row one: Russell Clem, Glenard Harris,
Mr. Taylor Kirke Hatfield, Harold Brubaker.
'F ,- f,.,
Sophomore and Junior Home Room 229, Robert Hollowell,
teacher. Lett to right, row one: Iris LaMunyon, Pat
McKnight, Rosalind Mead. Ann Kincheloe, Betty Layman,
Jane Harper. Shirley Hinkle. Sylvia Justvig. Nancy
Nagel, Elaine Tlivmas. Row two: Don Wilson, John
Hall, Richard Hauser, Kenneth Miller. Alan Moore, Jerry
Lovern, Ramon Blatt, Mr. Hollowell.
Junior Class Officers. Left to right, row one: Betty
Sullivan. Jr-anne Huntsinger, Betty Layman. Row two:
Walt Thompson, George Piersol,
Sophomore :ind Junior Home Room 205, James Mader.
teacher. Loft ti: right, row one: Stephanie Brooks.
Carolyn Allmond, Judy Workman, Carolyn Murphy. Pat
Foster. Jerie Thoinas.,,Iu1ia Jenkins. Row two: Judy
Faulkner, Norma Dunlavy, Richard White. Larry Luns-
lord, Victor Het-kart. Eileenv Jenkins. Kay Peer, Mr,
Mader, ' ' '
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.Putting out the paper was the first semester STAR staff, Seated at the typcwriters are Rex Martin, sports editor: Martha Shibley,
assistant sports editor: and V Mary Rogers, columnist: standing are JoAnn Jackson, circulation manager: Jerrie Pickens, clubs: Clairnelle
Taylor, assistant teature editor: Pat Pemx, feature editor: and seated at the desk are Adelia Johnson, editor: and Carolyn James,
Proofing the pages
are the second se-
mester editors. Mar-
cella Kerrick. as-
sistant editor: Nan-
cy Fuller, editor
and Jean Wolfskill,
third page editor.
and checking lay
o u t s f 0 r t e
TOWER is Clair-
nelle Taylor, edi-
Working in the
At the left
During the year, the NORTH
STAR staff turned out 26 regular
editions of the paper, plus two six
page papers. A series of articles on
the prevention of tuberculosis, printed
during the first semester, won a state
award. Meeting deadlines, prepar-
ing page makeup, writing headlines,
and proofreading are just a few of
the things done each week to put out
Surprising North's students with
an eight page April F0ol's paper was
the second semester staff.
dark room are North's two photographers who develop and print pictures for both the .NORTH STAR
is David Parsons who has just developed a negative and at the right enlarging a pictu err
g ,g .. W A
Jim Bussard consults Mrs. Minnie Drowatzky The beginning journalists, who will be the STAR staff next fall, are first row,
about a problem on the sports page, left to right, Mary June Field, Annette Harper and Jeanne Skaggs. Second row:
Mary Hillis, Frankie Hoover. Ernest Drowat7ky, David Parsons.
Senior pictures are taken early in
October and action shots of games,
parties and plays follow. The TOWER
staff is chosen and Work begins. Lay-
outs are planned, more pictures are
taken, caption and copy is written,
and pages are checked and re-check-
ed. When the TOWER comes out in
May it is agreed that it's a Worth- ' A U A I
While project. uprrhtiibi?e?gi?1engNJ8llgI'rl-?h?'i'.01ig:
to deliver to the fourth hour
The second semester NORTH STAR staff are first row, left to right: Clydene Stancer, advertls-
ing manager: Ernestine Tincher. alumni editor: Marcella Kerrick, assistant editor: Shirley Scott,
feature editor and Mary Sims, circulation manager. Second row on the stairs are: Nancy John-
son, typist: Jean Wolfskill, third page editor: DJnna Reed, advertising manager: Joanne Honer,
business manager: Nancy Fellers, reporter: Beverly Spencer, columnist: Nancy Fuller, editor: and
Elsa Haupt, reporter. Third row: Jim Bussard, sports editor: Clem Caster, proofreader: Martin
Hiltner, proofreader: Dean Miller, club editor: Jerry Rector, photographer: Lloyd Kropf, sports
editor: Don Selph, reporter: Verna Decker, assistant circulation manager, and Jerrie Pickins,
feature editor. IBottom r1ght.l
Putting out the yearbook is the '55 TOWER staff, First row.
left to right, are Beverly Spencer, snapshot editor: Donna Clark,
club editor: and Nancy Fellers, business manager. Second row:
Pat Penix, underclassmen editor: Adelia Johnson, senior editor:
and Carolyn James, activity editor. Third row: Elsa Haupt, snap-
shots: Clydene Stancer, underclassmen: and Nancy Fuller, circu-
lation manager. Not pictured are Martin Hiltner, faculty editor:
Rex Martin, sports editor: Clairnelle Taylor, editor: and Mary
Rogers, activity editor.
Kay Anspaugh and
nalists sell papers
at the cafeteria door
Members of the concert band are Flutes: Carole Koci, Donna Walker, Shirley Hinkle, Mary Hillis, and Pat Hastings. Clarinets: Rose-
lind Mead, Pat McKnight, Jerry Lovern, Elaine Thomas, Richard Hauser, Sandra Ritter, Betty Sullivan, Margaret Miller, Jan Douglas,
Doris Mitchell, Carmen Jenkins, Carol Riffel, Judy Springfield, Bill Day, Peggy Ogbert, and Dora Mundahl. Alto Clarinet: Ann Kincheloe.
Bass Clarinet: Betty Law and Sharon Van Eaton. Oboe: Carolyn Miller. Basson: Betty Layman. Alto Saxophone: Jo Ann Terrell and
Jean Ann Terrell. Tenor Saxophone: Vernon Smart. Baritone Saxophone: Richard Nelson. French Horn: Ross Pike, Richard King, Ronald
Irion, Carolyn Davis, Gene Rusler, and Marilyn Wattenbarger. Cornet and Trumpet: Alan Ware, Richard Heckhart, Sylvia Justvig,
Larry Sullivan, Bob Pendergast, Jerry Ross, Bob Slosar, Myatt Lipscomb, and Darryl Irion. Trombone: Bob Cobble, John Hall, Iris
La Munyon, Luzella Smith, and Tom Stees. Baritone: Bob Holloway, Ronald Stephens, Mike Begole, and Bix Oreher. Basses: Kenneth
Miller, L. L. Cotter, Maurice Goodrich, and Don Woods. Percussion: Russell Clem, Phillip Layman, Tom Russell, David Danielson, Billy
Moutry, Mary Sims, Glenda Clare, and Laiketa DeGeer.
The instrumental music is under the di-
rection of Robert Hollowell. One of the high-
lights of the year was the spring concert
given January 17. Music ranged from Bach
to Ferde Grofe so there was a large variety
of numbers. The concert band, the orchestra,
and the string ensemble took part in this
The band was divided this year after the
football season forming a concert band for
the more experienced members and a train-
ing band for less experienced students.
Programs were given by the concert band
at almost all the Wichita intermediate schools
and Sacred Heart Academy. They also gave
an assembly at North.
The marching band performed at all home
football games. One of its best half time
ceremonies depicted a carnival with a merry-
go-round, a big top, and even a strong man.
During the half time at the Newton football
game, the band aided the Red Arrows as
the club marched and did formations with
In addition to those in the concert band, these people are in the marching
band: Martha Hall, Gloria Morris. Tex Stout, Ray Tyson, Patsy Moreno, and
Sherian Ashby, Kent Salisbury, Eugene Bryant, Herbert Jenkins, Lowell Hurtig.
Billy Smith, and Philip Blauer. Roger Stanley, Larry Jefferies, Don Lessenden,
Marilyn Grove, Larry Sheffer, Ralph Edwards, Don Neher, and Alan Andrus.
Members of the Pep Band are as follows, first row, left to right: Tommy Russell, Nancy Nagel, Carole Koci, Donna Walker, -Rosellnd
Mead, Pat McKnight, Jerry Lovern, Elaine Thomas, Jan Douglas, Sharon -Van Eaton, Betty Layman, Doris Mitchell, Ann Kincheloe,
Second row: Bill Moutry, Jean Ann Terrell, Jo Ann Terrell, Vernon Smart, Iris La Munyon, John Hall, Bob Cobble, Tommy Stees, Ross
Pike, Bob Holloway. Third row: Bob Hollowell, director, Phillip Seymour, Russell Clem, Larry Sullivan, Sylvia Justvig, Alan Ware,
Bob Peridergast, Jerry Ross, Darryl Irion, Carolyn Davis, and L. L. Cotter.
Orchestra members are first violins: Jane Harper, Arley Rinehart, Betty Law, Harrold Hutchison, Shirley Hinkle. Jane Moore,
Mary Ellsworth, and Jimmy Stewart. Second violin: David Yust, Norma Land, Victor Whiteman, Alice Nichols, Janet Jenkins, Billy
Weber, Eldon Fox, and Betty Kirkendall. Viola: Don Wilson and Barbara Pepper. Cello: Ethlyn Nichols and Judy Bensch. Bass violin:
Willie Moore and Mabel Royal. Flute: Carol Koci. Oboe: Ramon Blatt. Clarinet: Rosalind Mead. Pat McNight, and Alan Moore. Bassoon:
Betty Layman. Saxophone: Jean Terrell and Jo Terrell. French Horn: Ross Pike and Dick Ring. Trumpet: Alan Ware. Jerry Ross. and
Sylvia Justvig. Trombone: Bob Cobble and John Hall. Drums: Phillip Seymour and Russell Clem. Piano: Richard White.
The rodeo and centennial parades were
two of the events in which the marching
band participated. They were led by Pat
Hastings, drum majorette, and twirlers
Laiketa DeGeer, Sherian Ashby, Shirley
Hinkle, Mary Sims, and Martha Hall.
The pep band played at all home and
several out of town basketball games. They
also performed at pep assemblies and made
several appearances at Red Arrows' meet-
ings. At all occasions where they played,
the North High spirit was boosted high.
The orchestra participated in the spring
concert and had a special school assembly.
Although the group did not have the oppor-
tunity to appear before the student body
often, it was enthusiastically received at its
performances. Its programs contained some
of the best known composers' works includ-
ing Bach and Beethoven, as well as popular
V The string ensemble members, right to left are Bett Law Shirley music-
Hlnkle, Ja ar , Arley Rinehart, Betty Kirkendall. cor hiteman, The Sophomgre Girls' Gleg partici-
pated in the vocal music concerts. From this
group will come the Choir and other major
music groups in the next few years. Here
experience and training are received.
Alice c os, o Wilson, Judy Bensch, and Ethlyn Nichols. Robert
Hollowell is director of the group,
Sophomore Girls Glee Club members are Sarah Seevers, Kay Larson, Karen Brewer, Marv Wyant, Judv Blevins, Carrie Dause
J ' i n, Carol Epps, Vicki' Gilmore, l.aurLtt.:L..Willian1s, Deanne Reed., Judy RTL-e, Barbara Coonrod, Linda Ellis. Karlene
1 an etty Poland in the first row. Second row: Anna Daugherty Mary Carpenterk Carolyn Olmstead, Sharon Watersoig Nancy'
ee ea h, Bonnie Fern, Julie Lawyer, Coleen Atherton, 'CharIotfe"GLit'h ie. Janyce Tunisori, Prestine Cozart, Ruth Waner Carol
Holmes, Alice Jordan. Shannan Heiner, and .Sana Stevens., Third row: Ruth Allison, Carolyn Murphy, Sue Schuessler, Judy Stepheng
Roberta Suth, Anna Marie Attilio, Carolyn omlier, Kathleen Slattery, Mary Hoffman. Connie Campbell, Faye Clingerman,
il1jrJ?g76F'ish'e1',-Maxine" Thomas. Consuelo Roman, Julianne Martin, Margaret Armstrong, Jean Limper, Johnnie Gean. Fourth row: Jo
nn estphal, Rachael McFate, Beryl Jean Ingels, Roberta Rogers, Rosemary Penningtona Louise Ross, Marian Howell, Eldora
Timbers. Eluqy Raye Mayela Joyce Clark. liileene Jenkins, Janelle Jackson, Nancy Thompson. Ursula Young, Carolyn Thompslfh, Judy
Winegarner, and Victoria errill. ' '
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The Mixed Choir members are, first row: Barbara Beckel, Adelia Johnson, Bonnie Hzirries, Marva Lee McArthur, Lou Ann
Hunt, Gloria Hunter, Carolyn Allmond, Mary June Field, Judy Faulkner, Nancy Saxe, Betty Platt, Marilyn Schneller, Fay Barrick,
Winona Sechrist, Sharri Kaye Harwick, Jackie Foster, Naomi McLeod, Judith Bannon, Nancy Priddle, and Sandra Schenck. Second row:
Doris Childs, Ireene Greene, Eileene Greene, Janice Crockett, Alfreda Lavon Foreman. Ruth Powers, Helen Griffith, Doris Kerr, Sylvia Dungan.
Nancy Martin, Eleanor Hoffman, Joyce Garfield, Wilma Heritage, Pat Downey. Pat Norman, Linda Kay Chapman, Susan Payne, Sally
Ingle, Carolyn Eby, Erma Jean Dunn, Judy Simmons, Janet Dix, Meridel Priest, Maxine Bosley, Bonney Johnson, Judy McWhorter,
and Marcia Lunsford, Third row: Carmen Smith, Sharon Meese, Mary Dee McMillan, Mary Ann Smith, Kenneth Gesaman, Melvin Daniels.
Don Brown, Homer Garrison, David Davis, Harrold Hutchison, Victor Evans, Charles Jeffreys, Jack Scroggins, Don Wilson, Richard
Springfield, Ray Barrick, Byron Anderson, Glen Marks. Fourth row: Anna Marie Parkhurst, Elsie Lccwen, Lou Ann Bertram, Julia
Zimmerman, Roberta Rhodes, Eugene White, Bill Bowren, Don Crowl, Jim Unruh, Don Graves, Buddy Osborn, Eugene Mercer, Don
Klock, Ronald Bryant, Howard Hegr, David Hawley, Jerry Wagoner, Curtis McClinton, David French, Jerry Downs, Alvin Honier, Jerry
Cartwright, and Howard Solomon.
The Mixed Choir is the most advanced large
group. The members are chosen from the vocal
students as those having the best group ability.
The choir has sung in all vocal programs at North
as well as for many organizations outside of
The group has performed at quite a few Wich-
ita Churches, including St. Paul's Methodist and
Hillside Christian. Programs were given by the
group on radio stations KAKE and KFBI. The
group has presented assemblies at Marshall,
Mathewson, Horace Mann, and Friends University.
An annual fall concert was given November 23
by the vocal department. About three hundred
music students participated. A spring concert
was held March 22.
"For He Is Risen" by Clokey was sung in the
Easter assembly by the Mixed Choir and Mixed
Glee Club. The group included some two hundred
voices. The Girls' Ensemble, several soloists and
an antiphonal choir of 25 sophomore girls assisted.
Christalettes in the first row are Daisy Reid, Janice Crockett.
Carlene Reid, and Shirley Guice. In the back row are Eula Jane
Davis, Doris Kerr, and Louise Ross.
North High Singers are Howard Stlomon. Ray Barrick,
Elsie Loewen, Don Brown, Don Crowl, Carmen Smith, Bill
Riggins, Betty Platt. Susan Payne, Erma Jean Dunn,
Carolyn Allmond, Roberta Rhodes. Ronald Bryant, Byron
Marks, Lou Ann Hunt, David Hawley, and Victor Evans.
Judy Bannon is
The North High Singers have given more
than thirty programs this year. Some of the
more important programs were at the Cham-
ber of Commerce and the Hypatia Club.
Along with the Girls' Ensemble who per-
formed at the same programs, this is one of
the most important of the smaller groups.
These two ensembles have sung at many
North High programs including the fall and
spring vocal concerts.
The Girls' Ensemble was a group of students
selected for their vocal ability. The girls ap-
peared at several Wichita intermediate schools,
as well as Friends University. They sang at a
Council of Churches meeting and various
churches. Radio programs were given by the
group at KAKE and KFBI. With the North
High Singers, they entered the regional and
state contests, and the ensemble appeared in
Members of the Junior and Senior Girls Glee Club are
Girls Ensemble members are left to right Naomi McLeod, Sharri Har-
wick. Elsie Loewen, Billie Jean Herbert, Joyce Garfield. Leta Dungan,
Carolyn Riggins, Faye Barrick Lou Ann Hunt, Erma Jean Dunn, Mary
Ann Smith, Roberta Rhodes, Mcridel Priest, Sharon Meese. and Karen
Clark, Jackie Foster is the accompanist.
row, Inez Cochran. Sonja Rule. Karilyn Kuhns, Roberta Andrews,
Ruth Thomas. Opal Berry, and Jeri Thomas. Second row: Marilyn
Kuhns. Jacque Petersen, Lenora Churning. Deanna Walkeg Barbara
Hartman. Esther Kanady. Jo Pinon, Alneta 'Pic , and Anita
Navarro. Third row: Wilma Smith, Haze or er, laine Rogers.gS,u,q
Bm? Patsy Winegarner. Ernestine Postier, Olar Mae Herndon, and
One of the most impressive programs in which
the Mixed Choir took part was the Christmas assem-
bly when they sang the background music.
The Christalettes, organized last, year, have sung
at many affairs such as for several schools, PTA
meetings, civic organizations, and various club meet-
ings. The group named itself the Christalettes after
their director, Miss Christa Fisher. They like espe-
cially to do Negro spirituals.
The Junior and Senior Girls' Glee Club performed
in the Fall and Spring concerts with the Sophomore
Girls' Glee Club as the Girls' Chorus.
The Mixed Glee Club, one of the most important
large groups, sang at the Thanksgiving and Easter
assemblies. The group also took part in the Fall
and Spring vocal concerts. The City Wide Festival
was one of the highlights of the year for the group.
This is the top training group for next year's choir
The vocal groups were under the direction of
Miss Christa Fisher and Neil Dearinger, head of the
Mixed Glee Club members are front row: Glenda
E. Clapp, Marilyn Frieze, Carletta Brown, O
Rosetta Williams, Jeanne Huntsinger, Nancy
Emer' Beverly Olinger, Freddie Minor, Delores
Cfarmaa Duncan. Helen Habernigg, Joe Ellan Luper,
Marler, Joyce Glasscock. Leta Dungan, Frances Gill,
lyn Valentin. Third row: Ernest Reed, Lee Miller, Bill
Lenzie Jones. Larry Collins, Bob Van !'en'. Don
Fourth row: Larry Most Phillip Mitchell, Dale Weaver, Larry
Quick. Column . er, Barry Cope, John Davis. Robert Lee
The cast of the all school play "Meet Me In St. Louis" took time
out from a rehearsal for a picture. They are first row, left to right:
Karen Moore, Howard Solomon, Victor Evans, Jean Wolfskill, and Pat
McKnight. Second row: Carolyn Eby, Ted McCreery, Mike Begole, Don
Conner, Richard Hauser, Elsa Haupt, Naomi McLeod, Donna White,
Judy Slaymaker, Beverly Spencer and Larry Ekstrom.
The dramatic department directed by
Miss Ruth McCormick presented two out-
standing plays. The first was the all-school
play, "Meet Me In St. Louis." Later in the
year the senior play "Dear Ruth" was given.
Amard, a dramatic club, meets after
school on Wednesday and is open to anyone
interested in dramatics. The club presents
several one act plays during the spring and
fall with each member of the club being in
one of them.
Amard entered the play "Fog on the
Valley" in the district speech festival. Karen
Moore and Don Junod were the entrants
in the informative speech event. The two
readers were Richard Hauser and Carolyn
Richard, Carolyn, Karen and the play
"Fog on the Valley" received a I which en-
titled them to participate in the state speech
Presenting the traditional senior play in a two act comedy
entitled "Dear Ruth" were the following members of the cast,
first row, left to right: Karen Moore, Nancy Fuller, Pat Gamble,
Patsy Fox, Donna White, Beverly Spencer and Joanne Moran.
Second row: Miss Ruth McCormick, director, Ronald Bryant,
Dick Norton, Victor Evans. Ted lVIcCreery, and Doug Perkins.
Tooty, the brat of the family, played by Karen
Moore, bites the leg of her father's boss, portrayed by
Howard Solomon, while Victor Evans, the father. and
Jean Wolfskill, the mother, look on in the hilarious
play "Meet Me In St. Louis."
A humorous situation is bound to arise when Miriam, a teenager, tries to involve her older sister Ruth in a romance which she
promotes with a soldier overseas to whom she writes love letters. An even more complicated situation arises when the soldier comes
home expecting to marry Ruth and finds that she is already engaged to Albert. Such an episode hay pens in the senior play "Dear Ruth."
Future Nurses Club-Officers: president, Marilyn Schneller, vice president, Charlotte Truesdell: secretary, Anna Marie
corresponding secretary, Gloria Hunter: sponsor, Miss Ruth Cowles.
Latin club-Officers: president, Julene Cunningham: secretary.
Jolene Meeds. Sponsor Miss Bernice 'PEFFTET-""
Red Cross, ai service club, has as its officers Manuel Gallegos,
president, Naomi McLeod, vice plesidentg Margaret Smith, secretary'
Earl O'Mal1ey, treasurer. The teacher sponsor is Mi
ss Esther Kaufman.
Pen Pal Club-first semester officers: president, Hosellnd Woods:
vice president, Pat Riverong secretary, Martha Angley. Second semes-
ter officers: president, Pat Riverong vice president, Deanna Raylg
secretary Roselind Woods. Spfrzsor Mrs. Helen Christie.
Photo Club-Officers: president. David Hawley: vice president,
Dale Roehrman: secretary, David Parsonsg sponsor, Cecil Gray.
TEPEE TEASERSiOfficers: president, Victor Evans: vice president and program chairman, Richard Hauser. Sponsor. Miss Ruth
CHESS CLUB-Officers: president, James Baenisch: vice president SPANISH CLUB meets during regular class period. Officers
John Winters: secretary treasurer, Raymond Millikang match maker, third hon: president, Jane Barrett: vice president, Pat Pemx:
Harold Hutchinson. Sponsor. Neil Dearinger. secretary, Julian Triana. Officers fifth hour: president, Kay Swarnerg
vice president, Michael Starnes, secretary. Patricia Coleman. Spon-
sor, Miss Bcssie Goodyear.
AMARD-Officers: president, Pat McKnight, secretary and treasurer. Elsa Haupt. Sponsor, Miss Ruth McCormick.
Hi-Y meets as three separate groups. Senior officers are
president, Gary Brown: vice president, Garry DeWoodyg sec-
retary, Riley Millerg treasurer, Deverne Lehman. Junior of-
ficers: president Carl Barbee3 vice president, Mike Starnes:
secretary. Ronald Knowlesg treasurer, Ernest Drowatzky.
Sophomore officers: president, Ronnie Stephens: vice presi-
dent, Howard Hudspethg secretary, Bill Spriggsg treasurer,
Don Miller. Sophomore sponsor, Wesley Lauterbach: junior
sponsors, Don Martinson and W. Hughes Davis: senior spon-
sors, Marvin Garfield and Dell Johnson.
Hi-Y officers who appeared tor the pictures are, left to
right first row, junior vlce president, Mike Starnesg senior
treasurer, Deverne Lehman, senior service chairman, Ronald
Justvigg sophomore president, Ronnie Stephens, Second row,
left to right: sophomore secretary, Bill Spriggs: senior de-
votional chairman. Dick Norton: junior treasurer, Ernest
Drowatzky: senior social chairman, Edd Rank, senior vice
president, Garry DeWoody.
Hi-Y Youth and Government delegates, left to right, first row are Ernest
Drowatzky, Bill Bowren, Edd Iianck. Second row, left to right: Ronald
Stevens, Jim Ford, Mike Starnes. Don Millar, Gerald Cochran, Garry De-
Woody, Harrold Hutchison.
SCIENCE CLUB R Officers:
president, Tom Millard, vice
president, Rex Martin, secre-
tary, Evan Schuessler. Sponsor,
J. A. Glover.
BUSINESS CLUB-Officers: president, Sonja Pumpelly: vice president, Betty Plattg secretary treasurer, Anita Scott. Sponsors, Miss
Nora Stosz, Miss Corrine Davis, and cadet teacher Miss Lois Payne.
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Pep Club cabinet and council members are from left to right, first
row, sponsor, Mrs. Pat Levi: secretary, Sally Ingle: senior representatives
Joan Veach, Marjorie Mallisee: sergeant at arms, Georgia Runft: president,
Nancy Fuller. Second row: senior representatives, Jane Barrett and Sharon
Galloupg vice president, Jackie Williams: treasurer, Barbara Wisman:
sophomore representatives. Jeri Thomas, and Myrna Schenck.
'I'his year's Pep Club, under the leadership oi Nancy Ful-
ler, has 299 members consisting of sophomores, juniors, and
seniors, All members are required to wear the uniform con-
sisting nf red skirt, white blouse, and white V neck sweater
with Indian head insignia on the front. A section was reserved
for Pep Club girls at the basketball and football games, and
pep assemblies. Arrong their many activities were marching at
the Newton, North football game, sponsoring of two dances, and
working with the Pep Band and cheerleaders to introduce
STAMP CLUB-Sponsors: Wesley Lauter-
bach and Roy Harmon.
BIBLE CLUB-Officers: president, Carol Timbers: vice president, Leta Dungan: secretary, Faye Barrick: treasurer, Wilma Heritage:
Sponsors, Delbert M-:ans and Miss Esther Kaufman.
YATeen Cabinet and Council are from left to right, front row, Sandra Schenck. social:
Jane Hartley, treasurer: Jeanne Skaggs, membership: Barbara Arensburg, membership:
Annette Harper, program: Jean Huntsinger, world fellovxsliip: Ann Kinchloe, secretary. Second
row: Jane Whitney, membership: Merna Corns, service: Martha Lynn Budd, committee mem-
ber: Jerrie Pickens, world fellowship, Karen Moore, president: Adelia Johnson, social. Third
row: Nancy Priddle, pianist: Ruth Olson, social: Diane Brasted, Kay Stinebaugh, Joyce Clark,
Victoria Merrill, committee members: Shirley Hinkle, world fellowship. Fourth row: Doris
Kerr, committee member: Patsy Fox, vice president: Nancy Saxe, organist: Joyce Garfield,
song leader: sponsor. Miss Bernice Payne: Carolyn Eby, service.
Y-Teen is a service club open
to any girl wishing to join. At
Christmas time the group dec-
orated the halls and a tree to
add to the seasonal spirit. Mem-
bers adopted a needy family and
provided gifts and a plentiful
Thespians, an honor society for dramatists, has
the follownig requirements: students must have 90
lines and work back stage on some "big" play such
as the all school play. Thespians is sponsored by
the North High dramatic department and Miss Ruth
GERMAN CLUB-Officers: president, Roger Irwin:
vice president, Boyd Fogg: secretary, Roma Jean Wed-
del: sponsor, Miss Bessie Goodyear.
On the left are the former Thespian members. Lett to right are, Karen Moore, Dean Longside, Marcia Lunsford, Carolyn James,
secretary, Beverly Spencer: president, Jean Wolfskillg Shelby Beckham, treasurer, Marcella Kerrick: Victor Evans, and Naomi McLeod,
On the right are the new members initiated this year, Howard Solomon, Sharon Eberly, Elsa Haupt, Richard Hauser, Pat McKnight, Ted
' bara Wisman, Mamie Hinshaw, and Judy Slaymaker.
Student Council representatives are left to ,:," 4 .,.:, 5.
right, front row: Carolyn Allmond, Judy Work-
man, Pat Foster, Jerry Larson, Fred Luedke. .,:, j55Q:f:ff,QQf,Eff' V
Victor Heckart, Joan Veach, Sharon Van Eaton, -
Julia Jenkins. Second row: Stephanie Brooks, ' lvl! QC, ,,,,, A ":"
Sharon Galloup, Donna Kay Lusk. Judy Faulkner. ., gtg
Dick Norton, Norma Dunlavy, Kay Peer. Jeri 5 .-.'
Thomas, Pat Penix, Jane Barrett. Third row: ij, ---i-' ' ""
Miss Anne Andrews, sponsor. Larry Lunsford, ' gl
Julia Zimmerman. Eileene Jenkins. Richard White. ., Arl, wt Q
Carolyn Murphy, Joyce Garfield. Donna Snyder. .i,. , i
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Student Council offic
ers are, left to right, president, Jerry Larson sergeant t
arms, Sharon Van Eatong vice president, Victor Heckart: secretary treasurer Joan
Veachg parliamentarian, Fred Luedke.
Quill and Ccroll members are left to right, first
row: Jerrie Pickens, Pat Penix, Adelia Johnson, Donna
Sue Reed. Second row: Nancy Fuller. Marcella Kerrick.
Jean Wclfskill, Carolyn James. Clydene Stancer, and
Mary Rogers. Not pictured are Elsa Haupt, Rex Martin,
Shirley Scott, Mary Sims, Sponsor, Mrs. Minnie Drowat-
Quill and Scroll is an honorary
society open only to journalism stu-
dents. A candidate must first be in
the upper third of his class and must
be recommended by the journalism
sponsor. Their recommendations and
a sample of Work which appeared in
the school paper is then sent to the
national secretary for acceptance.
Ifuture Teachers Club-Officers: president, JoAnne Moran: vice Math Club-Officers: president, Fred Luedke vice president
president, Sharon Van Eaton: secretary treasurer, Joyce Garfield: Larry McWhorter: program chairman, Don Allen: secretary treasurer
sponsor, Miss Anne Andrews. Jim Hadley. Sponsors, Donald Martinson and Miss Fr-lm Femm-
On the left are members of the Rifle Club. Left to right first row are Darwin Newton, Harold Uguen, George wilson, Lauy Stowe,
Jackie Scroggins, Donald Miller, Rodney Behrhorst, W. Hughes Davis, sponsor. Second row: Walter Shook, Don Morgan, John Carlson,
Gary Gray, Larry Gould, Lawrence Sheffler, Buddy Alderson, Freddy Duncan, Douglas Garrison.
At the right are mcmbers of the firing teams. On the first row is the first team composed of Wesley Cummins, Sam Linderman,
Jim Ross, Vaughn Davidson, and John Bandy. Second team: Cecil Goble. sponsor: Larry Gould. Lawrence Sheffler. George Wilson.
Larry Stowe, Darwin Newton, and W. Hughes Davis, sponsor.
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Cheerleaders Club-Headcheerleaders, Donna Kay
Clark and Jimmy Hooper. First row, left to
right: Linda Gill, Carolyn James, Donna White.
Sandy Stevens, Adelia Johnson, Elaine Woodman,
Joanne Honer. Standing, left to right: Paul
Humann, Bob Slosar, Baisal Smith, Dickie Mar-
tin, John Sutton, Weston House.
Bob Slosar, sophomore. and Carolyn Dickie Martin, junior, and Sandy Stev-
James. senior. ens, sophomore.
Baisal Smith and Donna White, seniors. Paul Humann and Linda Gill, juniors.
Regular cheerleaders. left to right: Bob Slosar
Carolyn James, Paul Humann, Linda Gill, Donna
Kay Clark, Sandy Stevens, Dickie Martin, Donna
White, Baisal Smith,
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Members of the A and B squads for 1954 are, left to right, first row: Sam Stranathan and Victor Smith, managers: Bill Wil-
ber, Francis Abraham. Larry Turner, Bob Tickel. Ronnie Irion, Jay Thomas, Billy Heatwold, Paul James. Larry Davis, Johnny Hale,
Theodore Mitchell, and Alan Andrus. Second row: Dale Dutton, Al Collins, Artie Dillon, Lester Hoy, Lowell Hurtig, Robin Thorpe,
George O'Malley, William Sanders, Clem Caster, Bill Bass, Steve Santiago, Ronald Baird, Gus Palacio, Larry Harris, and Jim Rapp.
Third row: Jerry Larson, manager: Julian Triano, Charles Santiago, Glen Marks, Eugene Fitch. Al Honier, Larry Rebenstorf, Jerry
Raithel, Mark White, Bill Hess, and John Baird. Fourth row: Dennis Hodges, Gary Mounsey, Bill Rogers, Walt Thompson, Wesley Cum-
mins. John Clark, Noble Metz, Bill Beckley, Steve Berry, Max Adams, George Piersol, Glen Hupp. Russell West, Curtis McClinton, Fifth
row: A. R. Edwards, coach: Boyd Fogg, manager, Arthur Lee, Bob McAllister, Norman Cubb:-ge. Rex Eberly, Robert Will, Stephen Lester,
Don Berlin, Robert Lampkins, Kenneth Smith, Lance Myers, John McLaughlin, James Wright, Thomas King, Dewane Grimes, and
Glen Browne, assistant coach.
The North High A squad finished the 1954 football season with
a fine record of eight wins, one loss, and one tie. North won six,
lost one, and tied one in the Ark Valley. Highlights of the season
were a 14 to 13 Win over the Ark Valley champions, West, and a
13 to 12 victory over the traditional rivals, East. Coach Monk Ed-
wards did a fine job guiding the team into a second place tie with
Wellington in Ark Valley.
ARK VALLEY STANDINGS
W L T Pct. NORTH H, ., . . St. Mary's
West 7 1 U .875 NORTH , Arkansas City
North . ., 6 1 1 .813 NORTH . . ,, Topeka
Wellington . . 6 1 1 .813 NORTH . . W Winfield
Hutchinson ., . , 4 15 1 .563 NORTH ,. , .W West
Arkansas City . ., , 4 3 1 .563 NORTH . , H Wellington
East W. ,. .H .. 4 -1 0 .500 NORTH .. El Dorado
Newton . . . 2 ti U .250 NORTH N ,W , N East
El Dorado H. 1 7 0 .125 NORTH , . ,. . .. Newton
Winfield 0 8 0 .000 NORTH . , Hutchinson
Redskin halfback, Mark White 1311 makes
a good gain against East.
Artie Dillon, North's All-State quarterback and leading
scorer in Ark Valley, picks up yardage against West, as
Paul James 4443 helps him out.
Members of the sophr-more football squad are, first row, left to right, George Potts, manager, Gilbert Roman, Dennis Ekstrom. Rodney
Behrhorst, Ernest Reed, Ronnie Stephens, Jerry Davis, Richard Rosendale, Elmer Carlton, Richard Perry, Dick Gerety, Jim Standrich, Jack
Roy, Greg Gray, L. L. Cotter. Second row: Bob Jimenez, Charles Alsteadt, Mike McCarty, David Hinderliter, Roger Marshall, Rex Lewis,
Howard Hudspeth, Larry Lunsford, Kenny Clark, John Sherwood, Werner Tenfel, Ollie Ross, Tommy Stees, Harold Royl, Ronnie Irion,
Lonnie James. Third row: Arthur Woods, John Shull, Harvey White, Garry Wade, Gary Andrews, Larry Wade, Mike Jenkins, Steve Ayres.
Larry Sheffler, Willard McGuire, Bob Van Buren, Bob Prather, Bud Ellis, Kent Salisbury, John Ledesma, Bill Kincaid, coach. Fourth row:
Joe H. Lee, coach, Eddie Quick, Jerry Pritchard, Larry Walker, Harold Woods, Dwight Deal, Phil Huntsinger, Fred Grover, Bob Howell,
Larry Paul, Bill Fish, George Bullock, Melvin Alderson, Gary Gray, and Warren Gilkey.
North High's B team, coached by
Glen Browne, came through the season
with three wins, and four losses.
Joe Lee coached the sophomore
football squad through a good season
with three wins, two losses, and one
tie. The tenth graders showed good
possibilities and should aid the varsity
B SEASON RESULTS
NORTH 0 ,W ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, East 24
NORTH 26 M- -, Hutchinson 6 SOPHOMORE SEASON RESULTS
NORTH 0 --- .,.,--. Newton 18
NORTH 21 -U ,W E1 Dorado 13 NORTH 6 .,....,,,,.,.,,, St. Mary's 0
NORTH 14 --- ,,,l,,, West 12 NORTH 9 .. ,. West 0
NORTH 0 L, ,WWA East 30 NORTH 7 ... ... .. East 13
NORTH 0 --- ..- West 14 NORTH 32 -. W Newton 20
NORTH 13 ,- H. West 13
NORTH 2 ,H rr East 25
A trio of North players down a New-
ton player in a game which saw North
winning 40 to 0,
Clem Caster. Redskin end. is swarmed by North players
and rooters after he caught a pass to score North's second
touchdown. This gave North a 14 to 13 win over West.
Members of North's basketball squads this year are, first row, left to right: Arthur Risser, manager, Ollie Ross, Garry Wade, Mike
Jenkins, Larry Wade, Bobbie Howell, Al Collins, David Davis, and Larry McWhorter, senior manager. Second row: Jerry Prichard, man-
ager, Randall Harper, Wayne Herring, Lenzie Jones, Lonnie James, Artie Dillon, John McCa1'rier, Bob Will, Phil Huntsinger. Third row:
John Shull, Curtis McClirton, Al Lucas, Warren Gilkey, Bill Spriggs, Mike Campbell, John Baird, Artie Lee, and Joe Lee. head coach.
Fourth row: Art Woods. Larry Hall, Eddie Quick, Charlie Taylor, Don Berlin, John Rupf, Don Allen, Don Rudrow. and Glen Browne,
NORTH 42 ,,,,,,,, v..,,.. N t "' ARK VALLEY LEAGUE STANDINGS -
NORTH 41 ..aa. . ,,..a, ElXDeoV1E?tdrdEi W LP North's basketball team enjoyed a
NORTH 65 ,,,,,,r,,,r.,, rk it 2 ct. . ' ' f -
NORTH 53 movertimel 5. Winfielg 57 W,nf,,:1d W 14 1 ,933 Succesgul Season Wmnmg 14 gdmfeb
N835 33 ..,,...... . Hutchinson gg Newton . H 13 2 ,866 and losing eight. North wound up in
NORTH 57 jg eee"'rr jjjj Wig, 56 2521.5-H5 5- 2 2 -Q22 a fourth place tie with El Dorado in
NORTH 54 ,W ,,,,,, Newton 56 E1 D -517771 fr 3 7 i533 ' . I- .
NORTH 67 pp Wellington H Hutclggiofg W 4 H .266 Ark Valley with an to 7 recoldv
1138321 22 Eiwnogaag gg East4 ssss M 3 12 ,250 Coach Joe Lee, who had no returning,
NORTH 71 Arllngfty 55 Wellmgmf' 1 14 'OGG iettermen from last year's state cham-
ggllfgg HUiChi12ESE?5 Q? pion team, ended his first season at
NORTH 59 if iffllwest gg North in good fashion. Some of the
NORTH 66 '555555555 Wellington UZ outstanding highlights of this season
BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS were downing Sallna and Wyandotte
N th T ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, FIRST ' '
1gORTIgUgfer u n Salma 47 to take first in the North tourney, and
NoRTHs1 wytmdone 47 defeating Planeview, El Doraoo, and
Regionals A A vfaa, aa aa FIRST Newton to win the regionals which en-
NORTH 46 W ,H Pl ' 29 .
NORTH 58 -- -- El 3823251255 abled the Indians to go to the state
SJORTH 41 as Newtonm' tournament at Manhattan.
NORTH 46 W, H Chanute 59
Artie Dillon shoots a jump shot in the North-Wyandotte
game while the entire North team looks on.
Plictufc 0nlfiltgrivifzwgavguriieckglfs Curtis McClinton and Artie Dil-
a ayrup. ' : ' '-
Clinton lays in the ball in the North-
lon scramble over the hall with
Members of the North High swimming squad are first row, left to right: Gary Brown, Wilbur Newman, Robin Thorpe, James Myrtle
Robin Cobble, James Grimes, Ernest Drowatzky, Paul Humann, Elvin Fox, Richard Gerety, Baisal Smith. Second row: J. W. tBillJ Kincaid
coach, Roger Stanley, Jim Theakston, Harold Wilhelm, Tom Stees, Jack Van Es, Steve E1'f!Sf. Gresory Gray. Bob Brandes, David Hind:
erliter, David Brown and William Beckley, senior manager.
Norths swimming team, coached by SWIMMING SEASON RESULTS
Bill Kincaid, won only three meets this N0R?H 34 aaaaaaa .1 aaaaa-aaaaa West Z2
year, and finished fourth in the state 2351131123 if Qfegffieyfffifl 42
meet. The Redskins' undefeated 100 N832 ii nii--'folfgfgi ig
yard relay team, composed of Jim NORTH 27 -- Wyandotte 39
Grimes, Bob Cobble, Ernest Drowat- E823-SQ Q1 rjj-,TOIEQQT 13
zky, and Jim Myrtle bettered the old NORTH 17 - -f-eefee-ee-eeee- WGS' 49
state record of 1220.5 by 1.1 seconds STATE TOURNEY
as they set the new record of 1:19.4. It C ff ,H
Bob Cobble and Jim Myrtle Won in- LQLEQJEYV' Q .,?,2'L7QZf?,2
dividual points for North in the state 5'hrWYanf'0f"f
meet, placing third and fourth respec-
tively in the 40 yard free style. Jim
Grimes placed fifth in the back stroke.
North's swimming squad has good
prospects for next year as the team
consisted mainly of juniors and soph-
Upper pictures, left to right: Ernest Drowatzky, swimming the 100 yard free style for North. gains some points in one of the dual
meets: North Highs state champion 160 yard relay team is shown in action: Baisal Smith executes a back dive: Wilbur Newman, breast
stroker, pulls for a fast finish. -Lower pictures: Jim Grimes is shown in action in the 100 yard back stroke: Richard Gerety competes in
the 200 yard free style: Bob Cobble and Jim Myrtle get ready to start the 40 yard free style. Members of Nor1h's record-holding 160 yard
relay team are shown, lett to right, Jim Myrtle, Jim Grimes, Ernest Drowatzky and Bob Cobble.
North High's first place regional and second place state wrestling squad include, first row: Lonnie Berry, Larry Turner, Jerry
Prichard, Phil Reid, Tommy Wright, Richard Nelson, Jerry Gaddis, Jim Patterson, Roy Benjamin, Phil Jackson, Phil Geisdorf, George
Potts. Second row: Ross Pike, Mike Joyce, Bill Rogers, C. C. Wiley, Richard Montgomery, Alvin Honier, Bill Bass, Paul Lopez, Steve San-
tiago, Riley Miller, Alan Andrus, Jimmy Carrell, Raymond Ashpole, Bob Jimenez, Charles Karr. Third row: Marvin Frazier, Walt Thomp-
son, James Rapp. Don Henderson. Junior Abraham, Lowell Hurtig, Rudy Diaz, Glen Marks, Victor Smith, John Ledesma, Gary Andrews.
Larry Smith, Bill Wilbur. Fourth row: Boyd Fogg, senior manager, Gilbert Roman, Tom Tompkins, Johnny Hale, Gus Palacio, Clem
Caster, Warren Teufel, George Piersol, Richard White, Charles Deal, Billy Heatwole, Larry Walker. Fifth row: Sam Stranathan iunior
manager, J. P. Triana, T. V. Russell, Dennis Hodges, Max Adams, Lance Myers, Thomas King, Bob Prather, Mike McCarty, Vernon Davis
A. R. lMonkl Edwards, coach.
North's wrestling team had a very fine
season this year, losing only one dual meet to
gggfg 1 eeee e --:ef Sag? lg Blackwell 21 to 13. Highlights of the Wrest-
iqoggg 25 Douglass is ling season were placing first in the West
QSRTH 1 Qj'EF1iSffQf,f,2 25 tourney, first in the regionals, and second in
NORTH 28 -- .,,. T k 14 ' ' '
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was unable to attend the state meet, a hard
Douglass T1c:3::l'IENTS Second blow to the team. C. C. Wiley was the only
gvest Touqfnamem rrrr W First Redskin to take first in the state meet, While
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SQjfnqOunf:,f,'Qf',Te1f gg S8225 the other North boys who placed were
Charles Karr, second: Steve Santiago, Alvin
Honier, Tom King, and Bill Bass, third: Bill
Wilbur and Paul Lopez, fourth. The final
score in the state meet was St. Francis 55,
Top row picture one: Proudly displaying their first place trophy for the regionals are Coach A. R, Edwards and senior manager, Boyd
Fogg, with 10 of the 11 North grapplers who qualified for the state tournament. Not shown is Raymond Ashpole. Picture two: C. C.
Wiley, North's only wrestler to take first in the state tournament, d :wns his opponent in one of the dual meets. Picture three: Steve San-
tiago gives Larry Smith a few pointers. Below, picture one: Bill Rogers battles for an advantage with his opponent. Picture two: Bill
Bass works to break down his opponent. Picture three: Alvin Honier ties up his rival.
North High's baseball squad are left to right, first row: Wesley Cummins, senior manager: Jim Myrtle, Dennis Avery, Lowell Hurtig,
C. C. Wiley, Artie Dillon, Richard Montgomery, Robin Thorpe, Larry West, Richard Gerety, John Baird, Wayne Herring, A.
R. Edwards, coach. Second row: Robert Woods. sophomore manager, Arthur o s, Fred Luedke. Charles Winesberry. Vernon Davis,
Phil Huntsinger, Don Belles, Bob Erwin, Alvin Honier, Jim Hadley, Ronnie Stephens, Bill Rex, George Piersol. Third row: Ernest Drowat-
zky, junior managerg Jimmy Patterson, Jay Thomas, Larry Harris, Max Adams, Carl Drake, Victor Smith. Sam Stranathan, Jerry
Prichard, Ernest Reed, Lonnie Todd. Fourth row: Dennis Hodges, Harvey White, David Hinderliter, Kenneth Bunton, Walt Thompson, L. L.
Cotter, Ross Pike, William Heatwole, Dewane Grimes, Bruce Hagen, Bob Prather, Bob Van Buren, Ben Camp, Bob Pendergast, David
Spring sports at North High got
off to a good start, March 1.
The track team under the tutel-
age of Joe Lee, at North for his first
year, showed much improvement
over teams of the past few seasons.
The Redskin golf squad surprised
many people when after a slow start,
NORTH 12 ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..
-- - Planeview
the teams placed first and second in NORTH 23 st. Mary's
several meets. Bill Kincaid is golf NORTH 14 -- E1 DOPHQO
mentor- 22:12 2 as M::::.f
A. R. CMonkJ Edwards baseball NORTH 9 U Newton
team had a very successful season, NQRTH 7 Y,,lc- East
winning five straight games before NORTH a Winfield
losing to East on a dusty, windy day. NORTH 4 West
- NORTH .,,, -- East
The tennis team, led by one re-
turning letterman, Herald Trimmell, Regionals v ---- -
also showed vast improvement as the
season progressed. Glen Browne
coached the netsters.
Space has been left by the events
that took place after the TOWER
went to press for scores to be written
Sometimes a baseball player is called upon to do things other than field and bat. C. C. Wiley retrieves a foul ball caught in
the backstop First baseman, Larry West lays down a bunt in the North-Planeview game. Artie Dillon heaves the ball home
PAGE FIFTY FIVE
Members of this year's track squad are, from left to right, first row: Baisal Smith, Bill Wilbur, Paul James, Mark White, Gus Palacio, Arthur
Risser, Larry Mullen, Lester Hoy, Wilbur Newman, Larry McWhorter, Bill Bass. Gilbert Roman, Sam Linderman, Elvin Fox, Francis
Abraham, Bob Howe, Roger Marshall, Ronnie Fullen, Warren Mason. Row two: Dale Dutton, Roger Stanley, Julian Triana, John Hale,
James Wright, Jimmi-e Fransisco, Jerry Parker, Tom Millard, Larry Wade, Willie Miller, Tlucmas McCarty, Garry Wade, Alan Andrus,
Gene Bryant, John Ledesma. Mike Prince, Gary Brown. Third row: Robert Evans, sopliomcre manager, Lonnie James, Al Collins.
Billy Myers, Rodney Layman, Larry Walker, Derel Grammont, Ollle Ross, Bob Willis, Leroy Brewer, Jerry Blythe, Werner Teuful.
John MCC21X'l'iEl', R0bSTi Will. Darryl Irion, Martin Hiltner. Fourth row: Joe Lee, coach, Willie Sanders, Richard Evans, senior manager,
William Spriggs, John Shull, Eddie Quick, Steve Lester, David Davis, Bob Cobble, Norman Cubbage, Rex Eberly, Don Berlin, Arthur
Lee, Curtis MCC1iHt0l1, Bill Piince, Gregory Gray, Richard Cathey, not pictured, Tom Stees, Ronnie Irion.
i ' 'rrmcx SEASON RESULTS
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, - - - Third
Left: Joe Lee, head track couch, sets off four boys in a quail-
Above Paul James clears the bar in the pole vault. cation race. Right: Curtis MLClinto1i displays his fine form in the
Members of North's golf squad are, first row, left to right: Jerry Arensberg, Marvin Frazier, Gary Cocking, Steve Santiago, Byron
Anderson. Second row: Gary 1-Ieithecher, Tommy Tompkins, Delo Pearson, Phillip Mitchell, William Winters, Gary Lawson. Third row:
Rudy Diaz, Bill Fish, William Hudson, Larry Paul, Charles Santiago, and J. W. Kincaid, coach. Not pictured Phil Peer.
North High's tennis squad is composed of left to right, first row: Richard McElroy, Jim Theakston, Leroy Miller, Harold Wilhelm, Dean
Miller, Larry Turner, Gary Calkins. Kenneth Geisdorf, George Greenway- Second POW! COHCH Glefl Browne. -701111 Booze. Defllly FUTSL
Rex Higgins, Larry Robinson, Stanley Smith, Bob Holloway, Richard HHUSHY,
Newman, Phil Blauer, Richard White, Paul Humann, John Rupf, Steve Erns.
Gelvin, Herald Trimmell, and Gary Gray.
GOLF SEASON RESULTS
Arkansas City Invitational
Two man team ,,,,.....
Four man team W
Two man team --
TENNIS SEASON RESULTS
NORTH 0 ,,,,,,, , ,...,. Winfield 9 Foul' man team --
NORTH 6 -f eff--- West 3 El Dorado Invitational
NORTH 2 - ----,--- E-H51 7 Two man team -,.
NORTH 8 , W, Hutchinson 1 FOUI' mall feam --
NORTH O ,,, , ,,,.. EHS! 9
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Two man team
Four man team
NORTH 0 ,- s-. Ark City 9
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Ark Valley Meet
Regional Tourney in
State Tourney ,,,,,
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Four man team - ,
Ark Valley Meet
Two man team H
Four man team ,
Two man team ,-
Four man team W
lo Jim Rapp, Don Henderson. Third Row: Evret
1C ey ingler, Garry DeWoody. Orcenith Smith, Richard
In the upper picture Evret Newman serves in one of the meets. At left: Herald
Trimmellhreturning letterman returns' the ball. Center Steve Santiago takes his time with
a . : .' ' .
putt Right Rex Higgins
is busy in practice
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These action shots of basketball were taken during third hour girls' gym class. Mrs. Peggy McLuen was in charge.
ing the t
Mrs. Pat Levi supervised volley ball dur-
hird girls' gym class.
Members of the Sports Club are first row, left to right, Betty Ortiz, Faye Brown, Judg Brown. Beverly Bass, Glenda Clare, Second
row: Dorris Kerr, Carole Bratclaer, Carolyn Clark, Le Glass, verly De Brot, onnie JChHS0n, Sonja James, Margaret Fulk.
Rosalie Keen, bel val. Third row: Karen Hickerson, Ma Arms r , y hillips, Clairnelle Taylor, Marjorie Mallisee, Joyce
Garfield, Carolyn es er, Judy McWhorter, Jane Besler, Joyce' Glasscock, and Betty Milbank.
Mnny girls enjoyed swimming third hour under the supervision of Miss Lois Haskins, In the second picture, a group displays
some back stroking talents.
Members of the Girls' Rifle Club are left
to right: Barbara Shook. Sandra Mannan,
Nancy McClelland, Carmen Jenkins, Janice
Pickering. and Stephanie Brooks. Miss Ann
Theilen formed this club second semester.
Girls enjoyed after school bowling under the supervision of Miss Ann Theilen. They went bowling every Wednesday for nine weeks,
at the Recreation Lanes. In the first picture Wilma Flippo shows perfect form. In the middle picture Pat Bachman just misses crossing
the foul line. In the last picture the entire group of girls who participated in after school bowling look on as Ann Marie Parkhurst
displays her talent.
Pictured at the top are the members of the cross country team. They are, front row, John Haidiman, Tom Shaffer, Bob Brandes,
Lawrence Mullen, Baisal Smith, Bill Armstrong and Don Fellon, Second row: Wayne Edwards, Jarrell Myers, Charles Piland, Jimmy
Francisco, and Don Belles. Last row: Coach Joe Lee, Mike Campbell, Mickey Ringler, Richard Evans, Bob Brewer, Alan Moore and
Arthur Risser, manager.
In the middle of the page are shots of North's tumbling team, Jimmy Hooper goes into a roll as Rex Higgins and David Brown
spot him. In the second picture David Brown flips Jimmy Hooper into the air. The tumbling squad is shown in the last picture. Members
are left to right, kneeling, Bill Cotter, and Arley Rinehart. Standing: Maurice Harper, Denny Furst, Mike Prince, Don LaRue, George
O'Malley, and Dwain Fisher.
Displaying his star to the other North High state swimming and wrestling champions is Ernest Drowatzky, member of North's
crack 160 yard relay team. Left to right the boys are Jim Grimes, C. C. Wiley, Ernest, Bob Cobble, and Jim Myrtle. The second picture
is an action shot of Bill Bass, while the next is of lineman Gary Mounsey. In the fourth picture Lester Hoy takes a pass. In the
last picture, North's regional champion basketball team receives the trophy from C. E. Strange. They are, first row. C. E. Strange,
Artie Dillon, coach Joe Lee. Second row: Al Collins, Arthur Lee, Curtis McClinton, David Davis, Mike Jenkins, Don Allen, Wayne Herring,
Don Berlin and Charlie Taylor.
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Martin Hiltner, senior class president, crowns
Donna White and Mark White.
Candidrtes for Varsity Sue were, front row,
Donna Lusk. Donna Kay Clark, and Terrie Pickens.
Second nw: Carolyn James. Martha Shibley, Donna
White, and Margaret Marsh.
Donna White and Mark White enter the gym to be crowned Varsity
Sue and Pigskin Pete.
The annual crowning of Pigskin Pete and
Varsity Sue took place at the North-Newton
football pep assembly. They reigned over
the "Victory Dance" held after the North-
Newton football game.
Martha Shibley, Donna Kay Clark, and Clem Caster.
and Pigskin Pete's attendants are Artie Dillon,
The attendants and king and queen of the junior, senior prom are George
Piersol, Donna Kay Clark, Dale Dutton, Ann Kincheloe, Curtis McC1inton,
Donna Lusk, Walt Thompson, Estela Roman, Ruth Olson, Don Allen, Betty
Layman, Wayne Herring, Linda Gill, Jim Bussard, Betty Sullivan, and C. C.
There were some good dances this year.
The Christmas dance "Snowflake Serenade"
was sponsored by the senior class. "Heart
of My Heart" was the theme for the junior,
senior prom. During the dance the king and
queen were crowned.
Jerry Rector, one of the school photographers,
and his date, Dalene Nicolas posed at the junior,
Dancing vias fine at the "Snowflake Seranadef'
The king and queen of the junior, senior prom were, Ruth
Olson and Don Allen. They were crowned by Donna White
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Norths twirlers Jim Btssard Bill Hess Fred Luedke Martin Heap big Chief Jack Klncneloe watcnes ms warriors u
Hiltner and Gary High strut around the gym around him.
On the day of the home games there was
a pep assembly to which the students look
forward. Along with the enthusiastic yells
of the student body, there were clever scenes
enacting the scalping of the opponents.
At the North-Newton basketball pep assembly a funeral was held Here ure Bill
1 W1 Ch 15 Jam Ofc 0 Bowren Don Crowl, Ted McCreery, Byron Arderson, and David Hawlev
oilv Martin Hlltner at 1 pep assembly
An interesting basketball game took place at the pep assembly. Participating were
Jeanne Huntsmger, Jerry Berlin, Maurice Hendershot, Sharon Morris, and B111 Beckley
assembly band were Glen Hupp, Bill Cotter, and Gary Coekmg
PAGE SIXTY FOUR
The North High twirlers make a good showing at the last per- All dressed up for Christnas are the twirlers Pat Hastings.
formance of the season. Mary Sims, Laiketa DeGeer, Shirley l-Iinkle. Sherlan Ashley and
Santa Claus, Gary Cooking.
The twirlers did a great job this year.
They always put a spark of life into halftime
ceremonies at football and basketball games.
In the routines there was always something
new to Catch the students' interest.
The Iwirlers do one ot their clever routines.
Laiketa DeGeer, Shirley Hinkle, Pat Hastings, Mary Sims, and Sheri:-in Ashby Jimmy Hooper and Baisal Smith do ac,
posed- robatics at one of the basketball games.
d Some of the North High Redskins sit around their campfire planning lor a war
'snowflakes in the Y-Teen Christmas programlare Susan The cast for "A Honey of a Peach" is iviixe rsegoie. baruiyu
Taylor, Betty Layman, Annette Harper, and Suzanne Umphrey. Shomber, Bill Manely, Jo Anne Moran, and Susan Taylor.
Susan Taylor does a "Dance of a Toe" in
the sophomore assembly.
There were many things going on outside
of the studies at school. The dramatics
classes worked "over time" to give fine en-
tertainment and the clubs had many activ-
ities during the year.
The cast for the Christmas play are first row Ted McCreery and
l Sh d S nd row: Richard Hauser, Victor Evans, and
Victor Evans and Ted McCreery have roles in the Christmas Caro BFWOO . ECO
Maurice Hendershot looks on while Beverly Spencer changes The pr0jeCti0Y1iSiS are Al Pelletier, ATOYIY Chavez. Lewis
.4 lre Carpenter, Sam Lindcrman, Zenas Davidson, Howard Hegr,
The students worked hard in the class-
rooms, there are pictures to prove it! Some
people have talent and students appreciate
their willingness to entertain others. It takes
work and fun for a long remembered high
Some of the participants of the floor show for "Snowflake Seranade" 'ire Ph'l
Peer Gary High Bill Hess, Baisal Smith, Donald Crowl, Bill Bowren, David Havliley, and
Working in metals are Jimmy Hooper, John Miller, and Victor Went
Richard Evans, Jack Scroggins, Eugene Fitch, Glen Williams,
Cecil Gray, advisor, and Charles Karr.
Using their artistic talents, Jean Cannon' arid
Jane Besler work on the set for the Christmas
PAGE SIXTY SEVEN
The proctors are. lirst row: Sharon Walker, Ann Kincheloe,
Wanda Stotts, Julia Zimmerman, Betty Layman, Ernestine Tincher,
Nancy Martin, and Marilyn Allen. Second row: Virginia Martinez,
Karen Moore, Iva Jean Richter, Judy McWhorter, Lou Ann Hunt,
Prestine Cozart, Dorris Wynn, and Nanette Watts. Third row: Judy
Coder, Sharon Van Eaton, Katl-ryn Galloway, Suzanne Pruitt,
Norma Dunlavy, Betty Milbank, Julia Jenkins, and Jane Whitney.
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Mrs. Anna Mitchell and Mrs. Jessie Boyce
are matrons at North.
The custodians are, first row: N, R. Corkhain, W, C. Deines
John Green, and Leonard Schauf. Second row: Albert F. Louie,
Earl Holaday, Earnest Hayes, and Otis Bass. Not pictured are
Elmer Mitchell, Ollie Slinkard and Jake Wzirkington,
Here are some of the girls who are always around in the
time of need, the girls in the bookstore. First row: Nancy
Conine, Marjorie Mallisee, Darlene Davidson, Barbara Swedlund,
and Martha Budd. Second row: Edith Melzer. Helen Habernigg,
Juaniee Huebner and Jackie Coate.
Without the help of the proctors, book-
store girls, matrons, custodians, and the
cafeteria staff, North would be lost. These
people are here, always ready to help, and
are appreciated for their Work. North takes
its hat off to these fine people!
On-e of the popular stvlfs oi the school can be found in the
cafeteria. They are, left to right, first row: Mesdaines Elizabeth Hef-
lin, Florence Martin, Leona Thomas, Elnora Hayes. and Vi01-21 NiCk0lS.
Second row: Mesdaines Myrtle Courtney, Rose Hull, Irene Puriton,
Nell Lyon, Estela Hadley, and Sylvia Mantooth. Third row: Miss
Janet Oxley, Mesdanies Martha MacCulloch, Edith Ballard, Edna
Lawyer. Nellie Willis, Nora Adkins, Velma Lewuzler, and Mr.
James Freeman. Not pictured is Mrs. Gladys White.
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Harold Swanson presents Elsa Haupt, Nancy Fuller, and Nincy Fuller and Jackie Williams display Red Arrows pro
Marvell: Kerrick an award for THE NORTH STAR. jects
North's proud of the journalism students
who Won a state award for articles and art
work on tuberculosis and the sale of Christ-
mas seals and for the safe drivers who help-
ed North win the safety trophy. This year
some of the clubs worked hard on special
projects and the boys in sports showed talent
for winning trophies.
Christmas gifts for the Y-Teen adopted family are delivered by
gliss Anita Wheeler. Martha Budd, Miss Harriet Blaizer, and Merna
The whestlers brought home the 1954 Douglass invitational second The North High tlzg is unfurled bx Pat Hastings drum
place trop y
PAGE SIXTY NINE
Margaret Fulk, Karen Hickerson,
Alvin Honier, George 0'Mal1ey, Shar-
on Eberly, James Schaith, and Jack
picture: Alan Ware,
Jackie Clark and Pat Harper
Carolyn James, Ruth Olson,
Pat Penix, Sharon Galloup.
Marilyn Maxedon, Jane Bar-
rett, Sally Ingle, Martha Shih-
ley, Nancy Priddle, Jane Whit-
ney, and Donna White.
Don Conner and
First picture: Robert Isreal and Roger Angle. Second picture: Zenas Davidson,
Larry Oakman, Bill Beckley, Bob Ragland, und Larry Burns. Third picture: Julie Lawyer,
Judy Smith, Judy Coder, Shannon Hiner, Prestine Cozart, and Doris
Marsha Foulk, Lou Hiner,
Georgian Knight, Louise MC-
Pherson, Jean Struble, Lai-
keta DeGeer, and Pat
Elsa Meridel Pricst. Mary June Field, Carolyn Alla George O'Ma11ey
Haupt. mond. Sondra Miller, and Sharon Morris.
First picture: Richard Springfield, Billy Smith, Janice Sebring, and Bruce Laughlin. hm KW
Second picture: way, Connie Sawyer, Deanna Walker, and Rae Ellen "9
Burdick. Third picture: Boy Fog T Fourth picture: Ruth Olson and Nancy Fuller. Fifth Dean Miner and Nappy Fullm-
picture: Marietta Knofflock, Jacque Peterson, Judy Simmons, and Karen Clark.
First picture: Deanna Dodge, Phyllis Calkins, and Dorothy Dodge. Second picture
Sue Perkins and Roselind Woods, Third picture: Shirley Fisher, Karen Groe
Sandy Stevens, Jeanne Shafer, Barbara Juizker, Joan Aboud, Kay Stinebaugh, Sharon
aterson, y ' n . ' 3 ' .
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First picture: Don Crowl and Third picture: Judy Brown.
Paul Humann. Second picture, , Fourth pictureg Alvin Honier.
Darryl Irion, Bill Pierce, Myatt Fifth picture: Joyce Glasscock
Lipscomb, and Ronnie Ivion. and Jane Besler.
Sue Perkins and Roj: Harmon
First picture, Mamie Hinshaw, Howard Solomon. Bill Manely,
and Beverly Spencer. Second picture, Eileene Greene, Jackie
Frazier, Shirley Guice, Betty Jackson, and Ireene Greene. Third
pictureg. SuearPruitt, Pat Reagan, and' Betty Sullivan. Fourth pic-
ture: Marcia Lunsford, Sharon Galloup, Nancy Johnson, Ruth
Olson, and Carolyn Chester.
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