North Kansas City High School - Purgold Yearbook (North Kansas City, MO)

 - Class of 1951

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By his smile he was known to his friends and students, he always had a helping hand for someone who needed it. Mr. Chappell taught science and radio at NKC, beginning his teaching career here in the fall of l936. With this page, we wish to honor him, who was a friend to all. .kd-Jfaig L 1,4 S451 74 ff v 7" wizj Jdclminiafrafion .xdclminiafra ford This school year saw the completion of the annex to the high school building, providing eight more classrooms for a fast-growing student body and a combination gymnasium-auditorium, A bond issue to increase the size of the Nor- clay building also passed, and administrators hope that the addition will be ready for use next year. The title of Superintendent of NKC public schools and chief administrator is on the desk of Mr. H. W. Schooling. He fulfills his position with great efficiency and expertness. Under his capable guidance, our school progresses steadily. The backbone of our school is the Board of Education. Under their guidance, NKC has been rated one of the best schools in the state. Qi ggi I 9? v- ,lif as lf, 'lip '9 w, 1 WD.. ly, .f 44 lf, 1 Hlll fu . f ff - f"f??- AT MR. H. W. SCHOOLING Superintendent of Schools The Board consists of: W. W. Chick, presi- dent, E. D. Lewis, Albert Fuson, PaulAIlen, Mer- rill Burnidge, Lindsey Smith, V. J. Woods, and Jack Street. Checking the progress of the fieldhouse are the following mem- bers of the Board of Education: Merrill Burnidge, Paul Allen, Lindsey Smith, Jack Street, Albert Fuson, V. J. Woods, and W. W. Chick, president. "z -'Wir' QP'- Yi. .E as J 7' t sd xl 'o 1755 MR. G. W. MUNDAY High School Principal ln the high school the new fieldhouse sup- plied separate housing, for the first time, for sev- enth and eighth graders at NKC. High school administrators now have two buildings as well as shop facilities under their su- pervision. Mr. Gerald W. Munday has gained the ap- proval of a whole,school and community by his pleasant attitude and helpful manner. From the first, he took a personal interest in each one. Wherever you meet him, there's always a warm hello. MR. FORREST GREER 21 lt is these traits which have brought about the high respect we have for him. Miss Amelia Keller and Mr. Forrest Greer have much to do with the smooth running of our school. Miss Keller, who has a B.S. degree, serves as Dean of Girls and teaches two advanced mathe- matics courses. Mr. Greer, who holds a Master of Arts deqree, serves as Dean of Boys and teaches diversified occupations. Besides these duties, they also check the attendance of every student in school. MISS AMELIA KELLER 1 i fy, .M . ,If -v 1 '- 4i'lx'v!x"' t- Gif 'P ' J J U ' 5, G if ,lf s.- Georgia Lee Ailor, A.B. English, Citizenship Ann Armstrong, A.B. Gen. Science, Phys. Education Robert Arrington, B.S. in Ed. Mathematics, Science Dorothy Barnett, A.B. Social Studies Emily Beigel, R.N. B.S. in Ed., B.S. in Nursing Health Director, Public Health Nurse R. L. Bollinger, M.A. Chemistry, Biology, Counseling Carlida Breckenridge, B.S. in Ed. Biology, General Science Don Carrothers, A.B. Phys. Education, Science, Math. Clyde C. Cooper, M.A. Physical Education Mary Cunningham, B.S. Social Studies, Counseling Elsie DeForest, M.A. Speech Correction Howard Dewell, A.B. English, Physical Education Frances Dickerson, M.E. English, Counseling L. 0. Erickson, B.S. Instrumental Music Lois Fann, B.S. in Ed. Commerce Clark Ferguson, M.A. Phys. Ed., Citizenship, Counseling 22 GCI! f 'rw 'K YK Mildred Fulton, B.S. in Ed. English, Speech, Journalism Mabel Hale, B.S. in Ed. English, Debate Merton Hoch, M.A. Mathematics, Science, Counseling Bernita Isley, MA. English, Spanish CW' Ruby Keller, M.A. Social Studies, Counseling Nelson Kerr, M.A. Physics, Assistant Principal Mattie Jo King, B.S. in Ed. Typing Lawrence Leming, M.S. industrial Arts S Ju ff Q. Norman M. Little, B.S. Social Studies Darwin T. Maurer, A.B. Instrumental Music Charlotte McClintock, M.E. English Hilda McConnell, B.S. in Ed, Social Studies, Psychology, Counseling Ralph A. McKeehan, B.S. Industrial Arts Richard Meyer, M. E. Mathematics Grace Mingus. MA. English, Counseling Thomas Moore, M.A. Mathematics, Drivers Training 23 i F5 if we-yn -or-L Porter Price, B.S. Art Betty Ratliff, A.B. and B.S. Physical Education Beatrice Slnryack, M.A. Library Allen Slagle, M.A. History, International Relations Maurine Spencer, B.A. in Ed Art Lida Warrick, M.M.E. Vocal Music Vera Wasson, B.S. Home Economics, Family Relations Gladys Williams, M.A. Commerce, Counseling Mary Lou Leimkuliler Secretary to Superintendent Mildred Deardorff Secretary to Superintendent Meldon Gregory Secretary to Superintendent Margaret Walsh Secretary to Principal Edna Anderson Cafeteria Manager Leslie A. Miles Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds NOT PICTURED Muriel Anderson, B.S. in Ed. Common Learnings Louise Oliver, M.A. Common Learnings Claire B. Stockfiscll, A.B. and M A Common Learnings 24 CLLJAQJ Cfana o I9 1 This is the end of the trail. Our high school days are com- ing to a halt, and a new phase of life is starting. Remember '47? We elected Ronnie Parsons, president, Dona Sue Black, vice-president, and Carolyn Thomas, secretary- treasurer. We had a Y-Teen backward dance and the class had a party. Our sophomore year we elected Jerry Hall, president, Ruth Ann McFarland, vice-president, Sue Holloway, secretary, Bonnie Roberts, treasurer, and Phillip Skeith, sergeant-at-arms. Under these capable officers we had a party to start the year off right. 1 president and president of the senior class. CAROL BURKHART Secretary Our junior year was a busy year. Officers were: Keith Barrow, presi- dent, Ronald Dowell, vice-president, Janet McClain, secretary, and Bud Butterfield, treasurer. We presented a play, "One Foot in Heaven," and the proceeds wereused to finance the Prom. We changed the design of the senior class rings. And now members of the Class of 1951 have completed at least a part of the training which RlCH16rEli5rEI0LE should make for Missouri a progressive group of future citizens. MARION CHEEK Sergeant-at-Arms S 31-:gm David Kennedy and David Brenner, vice- CLARK ADAMS-Basketball, National Honor Society, General Hi-Y Secretary, "N" Club, CAROL ALEXANDER, BETTY ALLEN-Y-Teens. K-L fix JO ANN ANDE 1 Fens, D.O.j AYLAND AUBREY, KEITH BARR . RION LEWIS BIC LEY, JR.-Football, Hi-Y, BARBARA B GS-D.O., Y-Teeny DONA SUE BLACK-National Honor S ciety ecretary, NFL, D bate Club Vice-President, Pep Squad, G er l Y-Teen Presiden , Student Council Secretary, Freshman Clas Vice-President, P rgold Staff, Homecoming Queen At- tend nt, A Cappella Cho' Madrigals, "Mikado", "Touch and Go", 'Family Doctor". BERTHA BL KBURN-GAA, Pep Squad, -Teens, PAT BLACKBURN- Teen abinet, Pep Squad, GA President, A Cappella Choir, BOB S Hi-Y. Nw EBIE ODENHAMER--Y-Teensj R YELLA BOUNDS- Y-Tee , D.O.: BILLY BOYDSTON -Z- J CKlE BRADHURST-Y-Teens, D.O., PAT ADLEY, BEA- T C BRALEY-Y-Teens. X HERMA BRANSTETTERg DAVID BRENNER-Student Coun- cil Sergea -at-Ar , en: sident, Hi-Y Cabinet, "N" Club, Purg ld Staff, Baseball, Hor t's Nest Board of Control, OPAL B f K .wtf if HUG W BROWN Buzz Staff, Purgold Staff, '- 5 CARL eu EY VELMAQJCKLEY--Y-Teens, D.o. -N fx 427 Z-S I !-fp,- 'viii -- X ' 'JS ' -, - -0, - ' X 'in ,qu Q' u I Z :Pc ,4 Z4 gf X M-be ' "" '75 f Zf 27 F Xliey ax' 4' , -in :ez -" .p...: ffifsl S ' .- - .... ,: z- miie, X . wgygwiz- f - f ., -Iiiiilifii' ,- w "E-ffs fifi I ,- ,V , K F. . ,E , I xx? if Y J ,, .,,. .h ' 'xiii Q 5 . I - is Q , . -K:E-- 3, Lz,Ai - , aa 25.3 Xa X A 'P 41 ,A , I , - if f 6 4' 5 ,.'k M ,gm f fi " 4 si' ' Q was suv r ' iff. gfmss2i 'E I Q A LINDEN GREERg JERRY HALL-Sophomore Class President, Band, MARILYNN HAMMETT-A Cappella Choir, "Bells of Capistrano", Art Club, Purgold Staff, Y-Teens. DON HARKINS, DOROTHY HARKINS-Y-Teens, ALVAH DUANE HARRIS. RICHARD LEE HECKENBACKQ ALBERT HIGGINS-NFL, De- bate Club, "Abie's Irish Rose", A Cappella Choir, Madrigals, Hi-Y, MARLIN HILL-"N" Club. JAMES HODSHIRE, SUE HOLLOWAY-Y-Teens, Pep Squ K Cheerleader, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Sophomore ass Secretary, GLENNA HOUGH-Y-Teens. GILBERT HUGHES-Debate lub, NFL, A Cappella Choir, Madrigals, "Touch and Go", "BelIs of Capistr no", MARION HOWELL--Y-Teens, THEL A JENNING arching Band, Concert Band, Orchestra, Y eens. JOHN JONES-Pur old Staff, Buzz Staff, ROBERT JOHNSTON --Swing Band, Mas ue and Gavel, Hi-Y, Nat' onor ci- efy President, Buzz , "One Foot in H ven", ELSIE IRE KELLEY-Y-Teens, GA . ' ART KE LE, JR.-Baseball, Basketball Manager, "N" Cl , Hi-Y, Buzz Staff Co-Editor, DEAN KENDLE-Purgold a , uzz Staff, Hi-Y, DAVID KENNEDY-Senior Class Vice- President, Hi-Y. Cl N ROBERT KENNEDY-'National nor Society, HiLYHPresident, Radio Club, Debate Cl , 'Abie's Irish R056 1 O H H in Heaven", "The mily odor", WATSON - N Club, Football, ' abinet, A Cappella oirp CARROLL KIMSEY--Hi- , Band. , I. 4 .AR J f' T E T E X 2 J , j, 'Q 'f rf f' .1 A, ' ' A pf ' ff' 6 g ,....f-----"" M ' 11 """sX7 ' 'Z' L. A - 2m 2, '5:'4py""" ' r ..0Yn ffm- me-' 'J A, 0 .af f 'z ""' - ,- 30 CLARK ADAMS-Basketball, National Honor Society, General Hi-Y Secretary, "N" Club, CAROL ALEXANDER, BETTY ALLEN-Y-Teens. K-C JO ANN ANDE - eens, D.O.gX AYLAND AUBREY5 KEITH BARR . RION LEWIS BIC LEY, JR.-Football, Hi-Y, BARBARA B GS-D.O., Y-Teeny DONA SUE BLACK--National Honor S ciety ecretary, NFL, D bate Club Vice-President, Pep Squad, G er I Y-Teen Presiden , Student Council Secretary, Freshman Clas Vice-President, P rgold Staff, Homecoming Queen At- tend nt, A Cappella Cho' Madrigals, "Mikado", "Touch and Go", 'Family Doctor". BERTHA BL KBURN-GAA, Pep Squad, -Teens, PAT BLACKBURN- Teen abinet, Pep Squad, GA President, A Cappella Choir, BOB S i-Y. W ELSIE ODENHAMER-Y-Teens, R YELLA BOUNDS- Y-Tee , D.O.: BILLY BOYDSTON J CKIE BRADHURST-Y-Teens, D,O.j PAT ADLEY, BEA- T C BRALEY-Y-Teens. Y HERMA BRANSTETTER5 DAVID BRENNER-Student Coun- cil Sergea -at-A , em sident, Hi-Y Cabinet "N" Club, Pur Id Staff, Baseball, Hor t's Nest Board ot Control, OPAL B E . 1,5 A 4 ,XJ 31" kv Cf v.N S -:I g 4, HUG W. BROWN Buzz Staff, Purgold Staff, '- 1 CARL BU EY, VELMAlQCKLEY-Y-Teens, D.O. 'X ,Q A I L-fi IP' I id ly I 'ff ' 3 Z 2 Z I I 14 X 1 X-I-'T -"' Q' I Y I ' I C-its A Tr -f -rx, 4 X 'll 5 '52 2 ,veg iz I ul ' f Tr' 14 A T1 7 ML-.E vp I ,4Z2v- ff 27 CAROL DARLENE BURKHART-Y-Teen Cabinet, Pep Squad, Senior Class Secretary, Buzz Staff, JERRY BURNSTEIN, BUD BUTTERFIELD-Football, "N" Club President, Hi-Y, Junior Class Treasurer. MURIEL CALLICOTT-Y-Teens, NORMA LEE CALLAHAN Debate Club, Y-Teen Cabinet, D.O., Orchestra, DONALD - , DELL CALVERT-Track Manager, Football Mana . LELAND E. CALVERT--Hi-Y, JANEANE AMPBELL-Y-Teen Cabinet, Pep Squad Cheerleader, GAA, Buzz Staff, Student Council Vice-President, National H ociety, Homecoming Queen Attendant, MARION C K-"N" Club, Hi-Y Cab- inet, A Cappella Choir, Foot l, Basketball, Track Manager, Senior Class Sergeant at Arm WILLIAM CHISAM, MARILY EN-Y-Teen Cabinet, Pep Squad, GAA, Majorette in Mar ng Band, SUZY CLARK --Y-Teens, Band. JOAN CLEAVER, AROL ANN COBB-Y-Teen Cabinet, BOB COFFMAN. XL MARY ANN COLE, BOB COLT-Band, DAN COOLEY-Bas- ketball, Hi-Y. BARBARA COOPER-GAA, Y-Te Cabinet, Buzz Staff, A Cappella Choir, Madrigals, Band rchestra, "Mikado", "Bells of Capistrano", LAVAU COX, JOYCE CREASON- . va ow' ' ' ,,- Y-Teens, Purgold Staff rt Club. Ven", BEV- UBY CREWS-Y-Teens, NFL, "One Foo ERLY CUNDIFF-Peo Squad, Head Cheerleader, H , Oueen, Y-Teens, VERNON ALBERT DAVIS, Band. . .-Radio Club, FL F Xl L 1 ef' f' a , ' ff! l If 'J Ln j -" 'X - --Q: T g. 'Z ' r d"""!!f MARJORIE DE BOW-Y-Teen Cabinet, Madrigals, A Cappella Choir, National Honor Society, Hornet's Nest Board of Control, General Y-Teen Treasurer, AUDREY DE VRIEZE-Y-Teens, GAA, HOWARD DICKEY. BETTY LOU DlTTMER- Teens, DEAN DOBSON5 CARLETA DODD-Y-Teens. DORCAS DOTSON-Y-Teens, Orch strap RONALD DOW Lf- Student Council Treasurer, Hornet Nest Board of C ntrol, Senior Hi-Y President, Football, Track Co-Editor Purgold Junior Class Vice-President, A Capp o , "One Foot in aven"p VIRGIL DOYLE. MA ES EVANS-Y-Teens, AROLYN JEAN FAR- GTON, SY Y--Y-Teens, P rgold Co-Editor, GAA, uzz Staff. JAMES FlTZSlMONSj DOROTH FITZSIMONS- Y-Teens, Purgold Staff, Buzz Staff, Art Clu A Cappella Choir, "Bells of Capistrano", "One Foot in Heaven ' JAMES FLAN- ARY. .- 3 VERNA FRE -GAA Secretary, A Cappella Choir, " oot in Heaven"g FAITH GANNON-A Cap- pella oir, Madrigals, Y-Teen Cabinet, MARTHA ANN GAS- WINT-'A Cappella Choir, Buzz Staff, National Honor Society, Madrigals, Orchestra, Y-Teen Cabinet, "Mikado", "Bells of Capistrano", "One Foot in Heaven". EDITH RAE GIARDINA, GIESKE-Hi-Y, ELMINA GREEN-Y-Teens. F, I "Nr A 4 'll 1- 'A W Y' ' JERRY GREEN--Madrlga , appella Choir, Hi-Y, D.O., BILLY GREERQ FORREST GREER, JR.-Hi-Y, Band. I . 4 K0 1' A :LT i,..::.'- 1 il -. M i W f i -,V 29 A V LINDEN GREER, JERRY HALL-Sophomore Class President, ' Band, MARILYNN HAMMETT-A Cappella Choir, "Bells of - Capistrano", Art Club, Purgold Staff, Y-Teens. s- 2 5 1525 ' I ' i. DON HARKINSQ DOROTHY HARKINS-Y-Teens, ALVAH bf 6 ll Y A U L . D X UANE HARRIS. W- l N GI H -K A A - , I - ' WX' I in T' RICHARD LEE HECKENBACK, ALBERT HIGGINS-NFL, De- ' bate Club, "Abie's Irish Rose", A Cappella Choir, Madrigals, no I Hi-Y, MARLIN HILL-"N" Club. I 5 Q Q JAMES HODSHIRE, SUE HOLLOWAY--Y-Teens, Pep Squ i A ' Cheerleader, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Sophomore ass! . L' Secretary, GLENNA HOUGH-Y-Teens. ' I ,gf T .- . GILBERT HUGHES-Debate lub, NFL, A Cappella Choir, , A ,,,. I l Madrigals, "Touch and Go", "Bells of Capistr no", MARION I ' HOWELL-Y-Teens, THEL A JENNING arching Band, , K Concert Band, Orchestra, Y eens. SWR If N I x gli A 'C 631 , was JOHN JONES-Pur old Staff, Buzz Staff, ROBERT JOHNSTON -Swing Band, Mas ue and Gavel, Hi-Y, Nat' onor cf ety President, Buzz S , "One Foot in He Ven", ELSIE IRE KELLEY-Y-Teens, GA . ART KE LE, JR.-Baseball, Basketball Manager, "N" t fi CI , Hi-Y, Buzz Staff CO-Editor, DEAN KENDLE-Purgold Q a , uzz Staff, Hi-Y, DAVID KENNEDY-Senior Class Vice- E if AQ ly President, Hi-Y. tt- Z-R laik - wftvigv ,,, X,,,N N . . I ROBERT KENNEDY4NationaI nor Society, Hn:lYHPresrdent, Radio Club, Debate CI , 'Abi,e's Irish Rose , O H H in Heaven", "The mily octorg WATSON. N Club, Football, ' abinet, A Cappella oar, CARROLL KIMSEY-HL , Band. Y 4 A ,- V J 'I Y Y I E4 cf ' O' E' ' ff ---A nv 1 -I 2 gi' . 5 ,Z ' .,.,....v J E -- .b7imp4.f,, A'-r-N, ' "T A p - - 4 gx' '22?:r:,r: ' ' -'Yo 1 ff - .4-fin" Ag 0 .ff 5 I- al 30 CLARENCE KLAMM - Hu Y BEVERLY KNOTTS Y Teens Debate Club, NFL, "Touch and Go JACK KRATZER JO ANN KREINBRING-DO YTeens LEONARD KREIN BRINGQ LEONARD LADD-Hu Y DO L! FLORENCE LAKEY- Y Teens 59613 LHQTAN MARIETTA LANT?ikT'Een Cappella Chou-N RAY LOUDERBACK-"N Club H: Y Football Track YN-vi LAUTERQ JOHN LAWSON H1 Y Purgold Staff Art lub JAMES THOMAS -Hu Y ELSA ROXANNE LEISER Y-Teens: RONAL L DBERG- N Club Track H1Y f"S CHARLINE LINEBERRY- LONG-Hi-Y, D.O. EDI LO G-A OOS-Y , vel, zz Foot in Heavenhx ENE MADISON-Y ens KAY MAGERS-Pep Squad Y-Teens, dj AL MARA E Buzz Staff Band .....,5-, an X ,VL xx X: '1 lr' J 2: ,9 6 fp on ' 5 w 4 I 'EI A bv ' - ., Il -I : as - P , lax fil q' A --: . I ACE MARTIN-"N" Club, Football, Hi-Y: GLORIA MATHEWS --GAA, Y-Teens, Band, EDWARD MATTIVIQ JANET MCCLAIN-Y-Teen Cabinet, Junior Class Secretary, Pep Squad Secretary, DWAYNE MCCLURE-Hi-Y, CAROL MAVIS MCDOUGALL-Y-Teens. MARY McDOWELL-GAA, Purgold Staff, Art Club, "One oo an n", Y-Teens, CAROLINE MCEOWN-Y-Teen Cabinet, uad Recording Secretary, NFL, Art Club, "Touch and Go", uzz ta 5 ARLAND-Sophomore Vice-Presi " in H " een Cabinet Secre- ta ep quad President, National Honor Society, Masque and el, GAA, NFL, Homecoming Queen Attendant. BILL MENTZER-Hi-Y, CARL MILLER: DANIEL MILLER. RENE M LER-Marching Band, Concert Band, GAA, Y-Teen Cabinet, Sen: ' Choir! DEI-ORE5 MIRlCKg LAWRENCE MITCHELL. REBA MITCHELL-Y-Teens, BEVERLE MORROW-Y-Teens, Buzz Staff, MILBURN MUNDORFF. LINVILLE KAY MYNATTg EDMOND NEWLAND-"N" Club, Hi-YQ SALLIE NEWMAN-Y-Teen Cabinet, Buzz Staff. iff' --vt 'r ,f LORENE GHLIN- Teens, LORNA R--Senio - een Secretary, A Cappela , RNALE RK- Y-Teens, A Cappella Choir. L ,ac L - X I I fn I I .....Z nr J' 32 RONALD D. PARSONS-Student Councu rresident, Basketball, Buzz Staff Co-Editor, Purgold Staff, "N" Club, Hi-Y, Hornet's Nest Board of Control, National Honor Society, Freshman Class President, JIM PERRIN-Football, Track, "N" Club, Hi-Y, Purgold Staff: BETTY PIBURN-Y-Teens. LOUISE PIBURN-Y-Teens, D.O., PATTY PIBURN-Senior Y-Teen Treasurer, JIM PIRTLE-Hi-Y Cabinet. RICHARD PISTOLE-Senior Class Treasurer, Hi-Y, BILL PRU- ETT-D.O., AUDREY PRUNTY-Y-Teens. MARY RAUSCH - Senior Y-Teen Vice-President, MARY REESE - Y-Teens, Band, DARLENE RICHARDSON - GAA, Y-Teens. RAMONA RICHARDSON-Y-Teens, BONNIE ROBERTS- Y-T ' . ' ' . ident Pur o Sophomore Class Treasurer, Art Club, I , "N" Club, Football. PAT - Football, Hi-Y Cabinet, Buzz Staff, "N" Club Sergeant-at-Arms, DOROTHY FAY ROYSTON-Y-Teens. FRED E. REUBHAUSEN--Hi-Y Cabinet, Radio Club, THELMA RUNYAN-Y-Teen Cabinet, A Cappella Choir, Madrigals, NFL, "Mikado", "Trial by Jury", NANCY SCHWARZ-Y-Teen Cabinet Vice-President, A Cappella Choir. BERNICE SCOBEE-Y-Teens, A Cappella C ' "One Foot ' Heaven", PATTY SHANKS-Y-Teens, PAUL G. , JR. a , rack. i av Q Lin-in Q v , ,:,., ,gl 'I' fxx 1 .,..1 I 'wa l X ,,.,,, SN ' 3 Q. '- QQ in X I, .la , ,.,, - - I , - gi? ,, V- serif 'MN M JACKIE SHIELDS-A Cappella Choir, Y-Teens, BASIL SIMP SON, PHILLIP SKEITH-Football, A Cappella Choir, "N" Hi-Y Cabinet. ef' W IA . SMITH, Ill, BOBBIE SNYDER-Y-Teens, Librar- ians, ARRIET JEAN SNYDER-Y-Teens, GAA. Staff, CECIL R. STE " " Club, A Cappella Choir, Gol , "BeIls of Capistrano", GLOLYN OCKTON-Y-Tee s. ANN ELIZABETH TARR-Y-Teens, Band, Debate, NFL, Buz KEITH STOUT-A Cappella Choir, Madri ls, Orchestra, De- bate Club President, NFL Vice-President, Hi Y Cabinet, Radio Club, "One Foot in Heaven", "Al:-ie's Irish se", "The Fam- ily Doctor", JOYCE STREATER-GAA, Pep Squad, Y-Teens, JOYCE EARLENE STRIBLING-Y-Teen Cabin t, Maiorette. RONALD TARWATER-Masque and avel, Hi-Y, Band, Buzz Staff: CAROLYN THOMAS-GAA, Y- e ns, ELAINE THOMP- SON-Y-Teens. LOIS MAE THOMPSON-National onor Society, NFL, GAA, Buzz Staff, Purgold Staff, "One F 1' in Heaven", Y-Teen Cab- inet, JAMES PAUL T MB Cappella Choir, Hi-Y, D.O. 52 7 'J KPN fp X' fe . ,C -ei Y f ' 'Z' " ,J I ,I .2 55 ,5 ,.,.-im , , . , Jinx Z' 2 3 'bv V EQ AA .1 I sp -gan ,1 I Sf .2 ,' I, V 'f' ,.: E ff fd ff g - L A , ' f ' 2 ,?p " Y A' 'f .. I ' , X, L EL: ' 2 Af f , 1,14 7-'V ,.f" if ,Z fi' iff' B'-5-' ' T' X - -17' - . , fvf 42ff' N4 I 'ff 94 MARY ELLEN TREGO-Y-Teens, RAYMOND UTTERJ JEAN- NIE VANDRUFF-Y-Teens, A Cappella Choir, Madrigals. ROBERT VAN HORN-D.O., CHARLES T. WAGLE, JR.-7 - Hi-Y, Basketball, "N" Club: ROGER WALKER-Hi-Y, H Club, D.O., A Cappella Choir, Track, Tennis. f E' EDDIE WARNER .lR.- A appella Choir, Track, "N" Club, Hi-Y, "Bells of Capistrano 'p MACK WHITAKERQ RALPH W. WHITTON. WILLIAMS: Jo ANN nLsoN-Y- eng. an sg - , ff, .5 "X DAVID LEE WlLLlA S-Football, Tack, Hi-Y, DOUGLAS FONTELLA WINKLER-Pe uad, A cappella choir, Y-Teen -"' "' Cabinet, ANASTASI ISE-A Cappella Choir, Y-Teens, RALPH WORKM . EGGY ZIMMER-Y-Teens. F KT , QSCEZQQ Q Q fig - 35 13 Q i ., 3 . n 1 E .z me, if X a Q' if.: tu 1' OP W' E' . ' ci we 'Q :W .l if Q if sr Qing' g, ,ffl F 'cf 1 . : ' ,V e ' 9' , SIE it 4. E ,if . .A s fx i YB so -:Q 'N . g Y 'ivy f li Q . if - ' L.- ' - F ff '- e -rr ,W ,. .E 1., Donnie Eaton Bob Edmonds Billy Edwards Don Ellstrom Billy Evans McGee Evans Eugene Falconer Freddie Flack Joan Fox Harold France Rebecca Gannon Fay Garwood Marilyn George Bob Gieseke Shirley Graham Lonnie Green Bruce Grow Donald Gunselman David Guyer Donald Hadlock Beverly Hamblen Franklin Hamby Yvonne Hammett Pat Harkin: Buddy Harms Ralph Harris Ronald Hatfield Dorothy Haug Harry Heckenback Charles Heinz Nadine Hensley Charlotte Herberger Donald Hill Dorothy Hill Paul Hirsch Jimmy Hobbs Patsy Holcomb Dayton Holt Dwaine Homan Norman Hon Naomi Honeycutt Georgia Hough Billy Hoye Sidney Hughes T. C. Hunt, Jr. Lou Ann Hunter Wayne Hurd Flossie Johnson r-x'N X f 1--...4-,,.,,, .4.A1! YNGO r 'CO A A v X' 'DB Z ,, 1 Q 4? Lgvy fx 1 4' A r'e' NZM' f"T' - , 5: A k vflgiigp K N x 5 A r' - cv QQ !+ 38 MARY ELLEN TREGO-Y-Teens, RAYMOND U'l'l'ERg JEAN- NIE VANDRUFF-Y-Teens, A Cappella Choir, Madrigals. s- ROBERT VAN HORN-D.O.g CHARLES T. WAGLE, JR.- Hi-Y, Basketball, "N" Club, ROGER WALKER-Hi-Y, " Club, D.O., A Cappella Choir, Track, Tennis. , f f ,,, l 1 , . K .. L5 gil JA ' T . ' EDDIE WARNER .1R.- A appella Choir, Track, "N" v Club, Hi-Y, "BelIs of Capistrano 'p MACK WHITAKERQ RALPH Q5 , 1 Q- X 5 W. WHITTON. DAVID LEE WILLIA S-Football, Tack, Hi-Y, DOUGLAS .N Y r wnLLlAMs, Jo ANN Il5ON-Y- eng. A ,, - E , l Vh. ., , . M ,N FONTELLA w1NKLER-Pe uad, A cappella choir, Y-Teen 'T' " Cabinet, ANASTASI ISE-A Cappella Choir, Y-Teens, RALPH WORK . O X EGGY Z IMMER-Y-Teens. f fT G- wx yi . E ' - -ff " Qc EU 35' ,-af" f 2512 :ul-ix I bU'll0l' a55 Looking forward with great anticipation to their senior year, the juniors prepare for the last leg of the journ Their freshman year they elected Ramona Lewis and Gilbert Divelbiss tolhead their Y-Teen and Hi-Y chap- ters. Joyce Brentlinger, Robert Himmelberg, and Larry Perry were elected freshman student c 'I members. Their sophomore year they elected Larry Perry, 'tw GODFREY STANDING Vice-President GEORGE DeHAVEN President president, Earl Justus, vice-president, Harold Klein, sec- retary, and Charlotte Herberger, treasurer. This year they elected George DeHaven, president, GERALDINE SWENSON Secretary EARL MATH EWS Treasurer Godfrey Standing, vice-president, Geraldine Swenson, secretary, Earl Mathews, treasurer. This year has been a busy one with the Prom their largest task. "Family Circle", by Cornelia Otis Skinner, was their class play. T, The comedy was presented December 7. v 9 .K ' a Q Q ' X. fx ' " ' Y !-f-' V ,f -. v g ,. - Benny Allen James Allen Rosemary Allen Kathleen Anderson Richard Anderson James Arthur Elmer Aubrey Bernice Ballou Billy Beaman Dean Benner Richard Bent Shirley Bentley Karole Jo Berry Norma Biggs Andre Boschert Edward Bowers, Jr. Bobby Bradley Barbara Brand Joyce Brentlinger Anna Mae Brown Gary Brown Phyllis Burton Mildred Cantrell Eston Carver Harley Casper Joe Cheeseborough Lois Chumbley John Cochran Lloyd Coleman Billy Consolver James Cottrell Roxie Counts Don.Cowden Virginia Cox Billy Davis Gene Davis Jimmy Davis Sue Davis Bruce Davison Don Deckard George Dellaven Carol DeLapp .As-:X Q. ,ga K' rg... 1 4 , g. me If - ,li 4-. l 1 we ... E 'Cf' I S 6. . R E, if on A313 1 'L in-Tl ' ' ii' r A A 5- 'K 'JS 5- " s My .. ' 'Wi A , 1 K. .4 Q V1 ' wa 4- ai ' z 'Ever , Q ' J in N N J A X v, Q' L. Betty DoSpain Dolores Dickerson M Q 9 Y Gilbert Divelbisx Q 2 4 Edgar Dodd ' t l Wanda Dowell if I Beverly Dugan 'Q H .,, EW' - ' Y V' 'S lv Y 'X A my , ll lj JJ awe rl X ' " ' 'B f l ' , ' J '-' 'A'- " B "-0' f I, 'fy I Ll ,Q If! ri f, 14:11 3-0-432 1 'F' 7 Xl f Q If A 37 - fx, A W Ernie. c ff ' 1 li 5 R in Q-1' 05. '9s Site 5 it X XS 8' 5 " f ' Z H A . , Q if Q 5 A xi ii, ws. t , if ,A X ,X Q V , Q, .. 1 , X A A ka q I Xu M i 13 ip it Qs i -of Q it Y 2 V G sv , Q IL km in Q' M 1: 'i Donnie Eaton Bob Edmonds Billy Edwards Don Ellstrom Billy Evans McGee Evans Eugene Falconer Freddie Flack Joan Fox Harold France Rebecca Gannon Fay Garwood Marilyn George Bob Gieseke Shirley Graham Lonnie Green Bruce Grow Donald Gunselman David Guyer Donald Hadlock Beverly Hamblen Franklin Hamby Yvonne Hammett Pat Harkins Buddy Harms Ralph Harris Ronald Hatfield Dorothy Haug Harry Heckenback Charles Heinz Nadine Hensley Charlotte Herberger Donald Hill Dorothy Hill Paul Hirsch Jimmy Hobbs Patsy Holcomb Dayton Holt Dwaine Homan Norman Hon Naomi Honeycutt Georgia Hough Billy Hove Sidney Hughes T. C. Hunt, Jr. Lou Ann Hunter Wayne Hurd Flossie Johnson XBTQ7 f"ffx"7 A K'-47N",lfjp1,72 95'--J-.-V1 f- ,VV f Z 'Z'-z - - R 'Q' C V J ff E' 4 -I is ' I 1 x"T' W lW"QfQpi6g2"' " 5 1 T. ..--A 2 f Cc' -J 38 Lewis Johnson Walter Johnson Robert Jonas Lou Jones Shirley Jones Earl Justus Gerald Kanabel ll. C. Kernner Dorothy Klamm Harold Klein Kenneth Kidwell Robert Knapp Paul Knick Susan Knox Glendoris Lakey Robert Lee Etheleen Leonard Ramona Lewis Stanley Lewis Betty .lo Lloyd Dorothy Loar Roy Loqan Victor Lowe Marilyn Mach Bill Main Earl Mathews Doloris Mathis Don Mayo Gay McBride Nancy McCall Eddie McCallum Barbara McCIung Betty McGill Donald McGinnis Pat McNaughton Peggy McPherson Wyatt Meier Dorothy Meyers Delphine Miller Harold Miller Ramona Miller Tharlo Miller Mary Lou Minter Howard Mischlich Patricia Morrison Edward Morton Lois Mueller Larry Mundorlt al 7-s '55 1 v 4-. -X' " I ' 4' ' , 4 0' Y ' ' N... r at 'V ' . 1, . 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J , . . .Lrg ,2H , 0 qv Fl F ' Z A - P' S ' , rc2 - ,,,,,,, .11 'f fl - L , an ,O i 1 .' i 4' 3 Q fu W Q35 Wilton Murphy Rosetta Mae Mynatt David Nathariua Bruce Obbink Howard Lee Pace Leanne Packer Jimmy Painter Shirley Pancake Lawrence Payne Shirley Peabody Larry Perry Helen Phipps Virginia Pierson Bill Pike Jim Pike Nancy Pope George Preako Glen Proffitt Mariorie Prunty Wylie Riddle Roberta Roberta Kay Robertson Billie Robinson Harold Rodenberg Frankie Roush Dick Ryan James Salyer Dorothy Scrimaher Anita Segura Kay Seibert Harry Seifert June Shackelford Julian Sharp John Sheller Edward Shield! Mabel Shields Jerry Shipman Carol Lee Silvernail Robert Slates Mary Smith Richard Smith Geraldine Smotherman Barbara Snowdon Donald Soper Joan Spencer Shirley Spotts Godtrey Standing Bob Steamer 1 X' 1 w f L 7' t 7 Rx -. L? ' 40 Robert Stegal Lsveta Stock Donald Stockham Spencer Stoner Geraldine Swenson Jlmmy Thomas Kenneth Thomas Merle Thomas Norman Thomas Gene Thompson Gerald Thompson Patricia Thompson John Tipton Betty Tounzen Dan Turnbaugh Cornelius Uehling Bob Vaughn Doris Vaughn Joe Ward Burton Wax Betty Webber Jimmy Wedul Art Wegert Everett Wheelock Alma Radean Whitaker - ,N Q .loan Williams Forrest Wills Jo Marie Wilson Betty Jane Woodrome JZ Roger Workman Carlotta Wright Blll Wyly John Yates Bonnie Yokum Glenn Zeller Nina Shields --+5 RE s 'He' ww' - . Q ' , X, f 2 .., N ., ..:,.? , If 9 A. , . an .tt 'ar' 4 i ' 1 ' ' YL J . Q ,, mi -P: Q --V vs' A ' Xt 5 9. K 5 . Fl 3. gg 'J' 9 wk s. , 4: if an A h 'l Xt 15 ffrffff ff F - fx Z fx -wg. x F Iv Q 7 .,- -awry- Q I -.:." ax ... X ' '12 f ' 4- S 3 T 7 f. .., : i : If .-1, A 5 m Q 1 fe, an sf 'X 'R o W a f' A Y - ' ' A f ., 45i'wX,1e2 5 j A- fx s xy. A , " A Q J: 15 3 A 4 , ,gk iw' ii. 4 if 1 im A sy K K - f b , . if 'V z:V . K .,,, , 9 A I X W ,s. G. Bi - il". . , if nk' TW AN, fc' fl ,C gtk, 3 B 1 1. 'L -Ze . B' 'A' i -gil' if WE sn f Us 2 at E' 'S 'A A Om area Mary Alexander Shirley Alexander Carol Allen Jeanette Allison Barbara Anderson Phyllis Archer Charles Audsley Rhonda Bachali Billy Ballard Kenneth Bell Georqe Bently Carole Berry Richard Berry George Bickley Donald Bilby Beverly Black Charles Black Richard Blackburn Steven Bliss Carol Bond Carol Boring Paul Bossert Bob Bowers Billy Box Shirley Bowles Johnny Brandt Don Bratcher Delores Brenner Carol Sue Brown Vernon Brown Lela Bruna Bernice Burns Hinda Burnstein Sam Butterbaugh Ronald Campbell Eugene Caples y "', Q K. Dona Caruthers Q., V Shirley Christgen Z is nad-ara Clay ' J 2 Q Charlene Clear 3 A . num crane -if ,. Linda Coll' - I ' Q. 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V43 -Q ,., kk 7 A Pat Youno Yvonne Winkler --F' Z Clyde Shields Sue Sheridan Anna Mae Shipman Henry Shook Billy Rae Short Vernon Sleyster Pat Sloan .loe Smith Rodney Smith Shirley Smith Sharon Standish Martha Ann Stephan Bob Stephenson Anna Mae Stevens Joe Stevens Ronnie Stitt Billy Jean Stocks Shirley Stockwell Ward Stuckey Bill Swan Lloyd Taylor Milton Teagarden Merdita Thompson Joe Todd Margaret Toombs Charles Town Harold Treaster Robert Treaster Wayne Turner Gerald Tuttle Shirlev Waggener Paul Walker Sharon Walker Gary Warner Cornelia Watkins Norma Webb Shirley Weiss Kent Welsh Charles White Carol Williams Ethel Wilson Don Wolverton 46 f 1 51 iff til JJ it ROW l: Patty Lampkin, Jean Andrews, Sarolyn Davis, Barbara Allard, Mona Wright, Rita Bade, Donna Jean West, Donna Repple. ROW 2: Shirley Dobbins, William Allison, Phillip Snell, Maynard McGhay, Gerry Harris, Lester Ruth, Jimmie Hudson. ROW 3: Eileen l-lemmerling, Mary Alice Johnson, Jean Alexander, Nancy Hill, J. B. Blair, Bruce Harding, Jim Carney, Bob Logston. ROW 4: Richard Kurek, Larry McCall, Jerry Burkhart, Richard Taylor, Noel Barrow, Albert Halstenberg. SLO jl"QfJAI1'lQl'l I . .J , fell, iii ' 'J KN " ' ROW l: Lynn Carrell, Max Von Erdsmandorff, Bill Roberson, Denver Robb, John Hutcherson, Xa Dick Burkhard, George Coffman, Jerry Yeager. ROW 2: Larry Haines, James Carmichael, KX Beverly McCroskie, Carol Shutts, Edwin Nelson, Billy Joe West, Diana Allman, Nadine Gab- A bert. ROW 3: Joyce Cameron, Joanne Henderson, Patty Shupp, Janice Morrow, Sharon Brown 9 x ,jj Robert Lee Jones, Linnea Hendrix, Mary Ruth Webb. ROW 4: Junior Miller, Edward Fuller, M- Beverly Graham, Larry Norfleet, Jackie Gilbey, Bob Williams, Norman Capps. ROW l: Luther Davidson, Lawrence Bently, Dale Smith, Fredric Kemper, Tommy Hill, David Gray, David Stark, Laura Dykes. ROW 2: Barbara Madison, Barbara Eastburn, Shirley Evans, Shirley Boner, Juanita James, Marsha Guinn, Donna Jean Gann, Carol Pratt, Phyllis Peters. ROW 3: Marianna Mulick, John Bush, Kenneth Stolfus, Pat Wetherton, Jimmy Nail, Wiley White, Albert Dunbar, Barbara Schryer. ROW 4: Russell Madison, Dean Venable, Richard Harms, Donald Larson, Mary Houser, Betty Jean Ady, Ann Champ, Carol Lee Proctor, Clement Darrow. S. I QS ROW l: Ethel Kruse, Shirley Main, Gordon Stout, Jerry Allen, Marlene Hudson, Janet Trout, Richard Jones. ROW 2: Evelyn Walther, Lucelle Blackburn, Elaine Ryburn, Patricia Stakely, Virginia McClain, Marjorie Guthrie, Sally Bartlett. ROW 3: Joyce Miles, Rosemary Giffen, S Martha Edmonds, Shirley Payne, Patricia Renavdin, Marquita Kelton, Evelyn Huouker, Joyce Shannon. ROW 4: Ray Long, George Palaska, Glen Rodenberg, Philip Johnston, Paula Jean Steinborn, Anita Gatton, Marilyn Howe, Leslie Short. Wi 1 1 5 l M JU f If ROW l: Patty Lampkin, Jean Andrews, Sarolyn Davis, Barbara Allard, Mona Wright, Rita Bade, Donna Jean West, Donna Repple. ROW 2: Shirley Dobbins, William Allison, Phillip Snell, Maynard McGhay, Gerry Harris, Lester Ruth, Jimmie Hudson. ROW 3: Eileen Hemmerling, Mary Alice Johnson, Jean Alexander, Nancy Hill, J. B. Blair, Bruce Harding, Jim Carney, Bob Logston. ROW 4: Richard Kurek, Larry McCall, Jerry Burkhart, Richard Taylor, Noel Barrow, Albert Halstenberg. jk? jl"Q5AIl'lQIfl XX ROW l: Lynn Carrell, Max Von Erdsmandorff, Bill Roberson, Denver Robb, John Hutcherson, Dick Burkhard, George Coffman, Jerry Yeager. ROW 2: Larry Haines, James Carmichael, Beverly McCroskie, Carol Shutts, Edwin Nelson, Billy Joe West, Diana Allman, Nadine Gab- bert. ROW 3: Joyce Cameron, Joanne Henderson, Patty Shupp, Janice Morrow, Sharon Brown, Robert Lee Jones, Linnea Hendrix, Mary Ruth Webb. ROW 4: Junior Miller, Edward Fuller, Beverly Graham, Larry Norfleet, Jackie Gilbey, Bob Williams, Norman Capps. 47 2 li . .Q , wg bil ,gil .ik J, S L X J! .1 K., lilly? Rl ' lg' ,I i ROW l: John Mather, Leon Pooler, Ruth Nickols, Donna Collins, Joyce Martin, Dale Sharp, l l Jim Kincaid. ROW 2: Rose Ann Akin, Janice Bowen, Jean Schultz, Barbara Honeycutt, Vivian ' Q X 4 l I It ,J 1 1 ,f 1, MMI 0 J Lawrence, Julialee Musselman, Ann Meeder, Prudence Platt. ROW 3: Jean Feurt, Nancy Ma- x, lone, Ruby Stahl, Danny Allen, Clay Gaswint, Robert Jonas, Jackie Wackley. ROW 4: J. T. Garzee, Richard Ballou, Marvin Morrow, Stanley Albert, James McDowell, Myron Mann, Leroy Linder, Ernest Mosby. If J QQ! . ' V af s :I 3 AQ' 4 ROW l: Don Humphrey, Kay Brunson, Verna Martin, Billy Dowlen, Jim Vandiver,4Sue Mark- -' well, Ann Markwell, Sandra McDougall. ROW 2: Joyce Borden, Sue Guilkey, Merle Stock, E Charles Hensley, Gail Wright, Jackie Webb, Betty Hawker. ROW 3: Dolly Fletcher, Barbara --W Allen, Karen Royston, Paul Spain, Jim Osterholt, Lloyd Sutterby. ROW 4: Charles Hoskins, Billy Strode, Gary Darnell, Gene Bolin, Steve Barber, Charles Boles, James Sutton. 48 t fyfx' ROW l: Veneta Simpson, Bonnie Calhoun, Mary Ann Genaine, Beverly Klamm, Norma Black, Martha Frank, Jay Hough, Anna Jean Larrison. ROW 2: Maxine Alexander, Shirley Dotson, Dennis Bailey, Bert Cordes, Clarus Williams, Champ Williams, Nina Miller, Charlotte Cox, Marilyn Wolverton. ROW 3: Ann Mentzer, Mary Ann Underwood, Memory Burgess, James Johnson, Jimmy Hurst, Richard Yates, Alfred Lee Brady, Mary Caldwell, Gary Wright. ROW 4: Pat Heckenbach, Aloah Burke, Marilyn Minnick, Carol Smith, Larry Humphery, Gerald Cheek, Joe Ballard, Lewis Ballieu, Gene Mcliarren. ROW l: Janice Marie Irons, Violet Robb, Sharon Hedrick, Mary McGuire, Mary Ellen Palmer, Lola Miller, Joyce Blakemore, Peggy Mueller. ROW 2: Catherine Nelson, Pauline Walters, Roland Leiser, Claude Barnes, Joyce Clemons, Pat Sheller, Nancy Cheek, Billy Blackburn ROW 3: Jeanette Dick, Donna Edmondson, Iva McGuire, Bobbie Stamberger, Beverly Jennings, June Kelley, Albert Acton, David Allen. ROW 4: Wayne Phillips, Edward Lee Harbin, Robert Swartz, Jerry Nolte, James Soper, Thomas Cliff, Dean- Norton, Kenneth Blann, Charles Bird. 49 72-E ROW l: Luther Davidson, Lawrence Bently, Dale Smith, Fredric Kemper, Tommy Hill, David Gray, David Stark, Laura Dykes. ROW 2: Barbara Madison, Barbara Eastburn, Shirley Evans, Shirley Boner, Juanita James, Marsha Guinn, Donna Jean Gann, Carol Pratt, Phyllis Peters. ROW 3: Marianna Mulick, John Bush, Kenneth Stolfus, Pat Wetherton, Jimmy Nail, Wiley White, Albert Dunbar, Barbara Schryer. ROW 4: Russell Madison, Dean Venable, Richard Harms, Donald Larson, Mary Houser, Betty Jean Ady, Ann Champ, Carol Lee Proctor, Clement Darrow. 0 'V il! 1 X Ha ROW l: Ethel Kruse, Shirley Main, Gordon Stout, Jerry Allen, Marlene Hudson Janet Trout Richard Jones. ROW 2: Evelyn Walther, Lucelle Blackburn, Elaine Ryburn, Patricia Stakely, Virginia McClain, Marjorie Guthrie, Sally Bartlett. ROW 3: Joyce Miles, Rosemary Giffen, Martha Edmonds, Shirley Payne, Patricia Renavdin, Marquita Kelton, Evelyn Huouker, Joyce Shannon. ROW 4: Ray Long, George Palaska, Glen Rodenberg, Philip Johnston, Paula Jean Steinborn, Anita Gatton, Marilyn Howe, Leslie Short. 50 T!" . 'l l 1 ROW l: Patty Wegener Shirley Linder Rachel Simons Bonnie Crusha Jack Crosley Andy u If L I N l I I I I I I ,k Wilson, Ralph Holman, Bob Carr. ROW 2: Martha Lake, Shirley Kellingsworth, Patricia Leh- man, Robert Murphy, Joyce Williams, Shirley Robb, Donna Howard, Phyllis Riley, Joan Kirk- patrick. ROW 3: Claudia McCowan, Margaret Willis, Judy Hornback, Katherine Salisbury, Michael Arnone, Jimmie Anderson, Arthur Kennedy, Craig Swenson. ROW 4: Benny Payne, Billy Otis, Lloyd Brenner, Joseph Sprugette, Avalon Von Erdsrnandorff, Wesley Pryor, Barbara .Malrnburg. I 5 " I 'fx' f if "A l A K. ,rf J' A ,71f'j'9f"f A J 'l' A I ' ,.,f1,f"' ' ' M, f r .' 4' -f- -fi, Q1 -Am ,,,.. 's.'.1, gil f Q :TX C 1- "'?"'13 1 'gf LS c Y H. - g 5, ffil. ' dA-: gt 4-Yi!! W 25 F3 , E X Q1 ,Ig Qui I 'QQQFE' I 'X fl -1,342 J ' r ff? ' -2445 5 fd' , " FEIS s -if ,fa y SX, I 'ew ll YL '77 L N l 'lllm 'fl' Z "l'JX - Z llllp N" 'I Q X I 2 A . Sl CN QQ N ff ROW l: John Pelson, Eunice Jones, Janice Hallengren, Jack McClain, Denny Harris, David X l Buckley, Ann McComb, Laile Griffith, Dennis Roush. ROW 2: Nan Hielle, Dixie Trower, Re- gina Ballieu, Danny Richardson, Jerry Vitt, Earl lsom, Mac Sheridan, Clarence Wiggins. ROW 3: fl 2, : l i it Q pw Glenn Clark, Judy Deaver, David Moffett, Nancy Freed, Phyllis Poage, Anne Dragen, Toni Rice, Shirley Ballard, Joyce Denny. ROW 4: Marian Lindberg, Carolyn Turner, Sue Stewart, Charles Kelley, Charles Spencer, Bobby Duffey, Vicki McCarrick, Garnett Eckert. s...J ROW l: Edna May Jonas, Mary Frances Blackman, Beverly Lewis, Robert Short, Don Geiter, Gerald Frederick, Sally Smith, Roger Kelly, Robert Turner. ROW 2: Robert Brannock, Fred Todd, Richard Jenkins, John Joffe, Ray Henson, Joe Perkins, Vivian Homer, Sharon Smith, Carolyn Jackson, Marilyn Snipes, ROW 3: Kathryn Nelson, Patty Fightmaster, Beverly An- derson, Linda Foster, Sandra Heinz, Sandra Heying, Joych Ann Hasten, Mildred Schroeder, Carolyn Crisp. ROW 4: Elizabeth Carter, Katherine Evans, Madeline Coates, Evelyn Odell, Robert Chipley, Roger Morris, Harold Britz, Frank Anderton. 54 ,gp fl -If I x ' ' 1 I I ROW l: Patty Wegener, Shirley Linder, Rachel Simons, Bonnie Crusha, Jack Crosley, Andy jx . Wilson, Ralph Holman, Bob Carr. ROW 2: Martha Lake, Shirley Kellingsworth, Patricia Leh- man, Robert Murphy, Joyce Williams, Shirley Robb, Donna Howard, Phyllis Riley, Joan Kirk- patrick. ROW 3: Claudia McCowan, Margaret Willis, Judy Hornback, Katherine Salisbury, Michael Arnone, Jimmie Anderson, Arthur Kennedy, Craig Swenson. ROW 4: Benny Payne, Billy Otis, Lloyd Brenner, Joseph Sprugette, Avalon Von Erdsmandorff, Wesley Pryor, Barbara -.Malmburg. ' ' If A .l ri A 1, ', X' 1,4 ' i und, if jf A7 1 I . ,,,. ' Jil " . ,ll A J ' y l 1 ff ' 'J' ,' 1 . . ,QC N, ,f 1 K '- 'TL Vi ,Q ,,-W, ,s,.. gseim 4S: 2- Q 7:-M, 'f ' 1 fn ,Rx ' 'Ta'-:D f ' A , - X' ,ff 'ZQQXIV - J- BX, ,fe f as - We T! 'TP Q 4 SE X ss, -' lag- 5? J . S ks J' . is 1 Qui s jggss M' L f 4 A fir ' -ef fy ss., s ss 1 2 '72 aaa X ' W ll ll ,I , S . lil, -.W Z AQQNX y Q, 7 H", A I 'AX 13 I X i l t 51 ROW l: Thomas Kennedy, Ray Hardy, Judy Payne, Judy McCleery, John Kelly, James Clem- ons, Alan Cox, Larry Cobb, Jerry l-lulett, ROW 2: Robert Ketcham, Billie Heinz, Dean Corum, Tom Brown, Aurela Shumate, Alma Walker, Barbara Walker, Sue Yokum, Donald Nelson. ROW 3: Dickie Brand, David Jacobson, Grace Helen Diltz, Shirley Williams, Norma Jean Ameel, Anita Brenizer, David Gannon, Shirley Davis, Mary Ann Hinds. ROW 4: Matilda Huskisson, Jerry Gilley, Benny Williams, Wayne Black, Joann Croley, Gloria Moon, Ann Col- lins, Lenore Ladd, George Collins, Ben Farris. fi2,f.fi gmfe 5 Ir I av W SSX ey? I V 4. S, ffl. ,f 2 ff ROW l: Marie Gilbert, Jerry Aubrey, Robert Long, Wilson, Paula Hullengren, Amelia Segura, Ella Louise Z Dona Beam, Nora Hutchinson, Mary Malone, Bonnie ,X Charles Shikles, Margaret Cline, Mary Lessley. ROW 3: Wiard, Ruth Ann Cobb, Barbara Danberg, Keith Lowe, erly Williamson, Billy Mark. ROW 4: Walker Stone, Sondra Wurzer, Dick Bevard, Carl Green, Lee Obbink, Daniels. 52 Alan Adams, Ronald Martin, Freddie Blackmore. ROW 2: Donna Cundiff, Blackburn, Joyce Allen, Shirley Breid, Howard Brown, Jimmy Votipka, Myrtle Frances Poage, Marilyn Williams, Bev- Leonard Grabawski, Frances Chambers, C. J. Van Gosen, Lloyd Reed, Ronald X, DJ 5 ROW l: Donnie Powell, Patty Parkinson, Jeanie Wingo, Bobby Kern, Don Reynolds, Bobby X' Nelson, Carole Stine, Donald Higgason, Pat Benjamin. ROW 2: Virginia Miller, Cyril Pope f' Carolyn Hall, Frank Eve, Woodie Snow, Arthur Nelson, Ralph Tidmore, Robert Webb Jim Trout, Elizabeth Rhode. ROW 3: Barbara McCallum, Mae Jones, Beverly Walker, Billie Jo Sparks, Nancy Sue Elliott, Joan Dunbar, Pat Gordon, Deann Ferguson, Paula Case. ROW 4 Cassie Henson, Sue Shackelford, David Morton, Bill Thornhill, Nancy Anderson, David Dulling ham, Kenny Jenkins, Don Ray. 0UOI'I,!A gl"CL6!Q ROW l: John Walker, Terry Short, Ken Karnes, Harold Cordell, Janet Owen, Barbara Spencer, Elizabeth Plovie, Erma Moon, Gail Wigger. ROW 2: Jean Marsh, Robert Green, Sue Williams, Elaine Evans, Betty Cordell, Mary Jane Stephan, Patsy Venable, Betty DeConick, Judy Hayes, Tommy Norris. ROW 3: Ann Evans, Gary Kently, Don Elard, Charles Broomfield, Ned Stokes, Bill Loop, Kenny Storck, Benny Beals, Phillip Masters. ROW 4: Wanda Poage, Jo Ann Tran- tham, Patty McArnis, Wanda Manning, Emily Hall, Betty Jo Evans, Rex Fowler, Beverly Schroeder, Gene Bruns. 53 'N 'vi I ly I, IIFN 1 l ,, nw- l f .Z ,X .f,f f I Lf I X-, X XXX ROW l: John Pelson, Eunice Jones, Janice Hallengren, Jack McClain, Denny Harris, David Buckley, Ann McComb, Laile Griffith, Dennis Roush. ROW 2: Nan Hjelle, Dixie Trower, Re- gina Ballieu, Danny Richardson, Jerry Vitt, Earl lsom, Mac Sheridan, Clarence Wiggins. ROW 3: Glenn Clark, Judy Deaver, David Moffett, Nancy Freed, Phyllis Poage, Anne Dragen, Toni Rice, Shirley Ballard, Joyce Denny. ROW 4: Marian Lindberg, Carolyn Turner, Sue Stewart, Charles Kelley, Charles Spencer, Bobby Dutfey, Vicki McCarrick, Garnett Eckert. 2, R iga i x if X I Q 14 Q ROW l: Edna May Jonas, Mary Frances Blackman, Beverly Lewis, Robert Short, Don Geiter, Gerald Frederick, Sally Smith, Roger Kelly, Robert Turner. ROW 2: Robert Brannock, Fred Todd, Richard Jenkins, John Joffe, Ray Henson, Joe Perkins, Vivian Homer, Sharon Smith, Carolyn Jackson, Marilyn Snipes. ROW 3: Kathryn Nelson, Patty Fightmaster, Beverly An- I f fN'W derson, Linda Foster, Sandra Heinz, Sandra Heying, Joych Ann Hasten, Mildred Schroeder, SJ, Carolyn Crisp. ROW 4: Elizabeth Carter, Katherine Evans, Madeline Coates, Evelyn Odell, Robert Chipley, Roger Morris, Harold Britz, Frank Anderton. 54 .xdcfiuified ROW l:.Joyce Cameron, Karole Jo Berry, Sue Markwell, Charlotte Herberger, Dona Sue Black, Donna Little, Janeane Campbell. ROW 2: Bob Edmonds, Freddie Flack, Ronald Dowell, Alvin Fuson, Ronnie Parsons, Mike McCall, David Brenner, Miss Amelia Keller. ' ' .SJ J C . f. . , 4 4' 1 fu enf 0Lll'lCl ' V. W al ,F A X, - Bt my ,fo Ab If With Ronnie Parsons as its president, Miss ' Amelia Keller as its sponsor, and students from all 2 grades as its components, the Student Council rep- resents the students on most questions involving them, occasionally calling on them to decide a few for them- selves lsuch as Homecoming Queenl. Their main duties are enforcing school laws passed by the Board of Education, and when the need arises, suggesting new regulations to be adopted. They sponsor locker clean-ups, fire drills, and exchange assemblies. RONALD PARSONS Student Body President X 1 - 'gk X ry The Y-Teen organization is the largest club in North Rum Ann MCFa"a"d' 5eC'e'a"YP Dona Sue Beck' Pfesi' Kansas City High School. lts purpose is to make better dent, Miss Isley, Sponsor, Nancy Schwarz, Vice-Presi- , , dem, and Margie Deaow Treasurer women in the future of the girls who are members today They are active in social and world fellowship work. This year the sponsored two Y-Teen dances. Chocolate Y bars were sent overseas to need children. Y The triangle presidents are Rene Miller, Rebekah Gan- non, Cornelia Watkins, and Sue Markwell. ROW l: Charlotte Herberger, Ramona Lewis, Gay McBride, Rene Miller, Sue Markwell, Carol Cobb, Karole Jo Berry, Joanne Hague, Marilyn Geiter, Gerry Swenson. ROW 2: Joyce Brent- linger, Cornelia Watkins, Pat Blackburn, Marilyn Christgen, Donna Sue Black, Caroline McEown, Carol DeLapp, Marilyn Mack, Janet McClain, Betty Hawker. ROW 3: Fontella Winkler, Joyce Stribling, Nancy Schwarz, Carol Sue Brown, Janeane Campbell, Mariorie DeBow, Lois Mae Thompson, Susan Knox, Thelma Runyan, Miss Bernita lsley. ROW 4: Martha Gaswint, Joan Fox, Bonnie Roberts, Faith Gannon, Sallie Newman, Ruth Ann McFarland, Rebekah Gannon, Pat Thompson, Barbara Cooper. 57 enior riang e ROW l: Rene Miller, Bobby Snyder, Joyce Creason, Carol Ann Cobb, LaVerna French, Patsy Blackburn, Caroline McEown, Marilyn Christgen, Dona Sue Black. ROW 2: Marsha Lowrnan, Verna Lee Park, Lois Mae Thompson, Carol Burkhart, Jeannie Vandrutf, Joyce Stribling, Janet McClain, Carol McDougall, Nancy Schwarz. ROW 3: Fontella Winkler, Joan Fitzsimons, Marjorie DeBow, Sylvia Fay, Beverly Cundift, Janeane Campbell, Thelma Runyan, Mary McDowell, Barbara Cooper, Martha Caswint. ROW 4: Audrey DeVrieze, Bonnie Roberts, Sallie Newman, Ruth Ann McFarland, Gloria Mathews, Faith Cannon, Reba Y- 'T'EEl13 ,ji l it Callicotte, Charline Lineberry, Kay Magers. s Q4 lc. J 9 0 K i JU ROW l: Clolyn Stockton, Harriet Snyder, Edith Giardina, Muriel Calicotte, Joyce Streater, Beatrice Braley, Patricia Robinson, Dorcas Dodson, Elsa Leiser, Beverly Knotts. ROW 2: Shirley Taylor, Beverle Morrow, Carolyn Thomas, Betty Dittmer, Elsie Kelly, Audrey Prunty, Carol Anderson, Joan Wilson, Mary Ellen Trego. ROW 3: Elsie Bodenhamer, Dorothy Harkins, Joan Anderson, Bertha Blackburn, Lorene O'Laughlin, Pat Shanks, Jackie Shields, Ruby Crews, Darline Madison, Lorna Oliver. ROW 4: Betty Piburn, Elaine Thompson, Marietta Lantz, Bonnie Lantz, Mary Rausch, Velma Buckley, Marilyn Hammett, Lois Long, Ramona Covington. y- Teens unior riang e ROW l: Charlotte Herberger, Joan Spencer, Ramona Lewis, Roxie Counts, Shirley Pancake, Betty DeSpain, Kathleen Anderson, Georgia Hough, Betty Reynolds, Phyllis Burton. ROW 2: Karole Jo Berry, Betty Weber, Geraldine Smotherman, Doris Klamm, Clendoris Lakey, Yvonne Hammett, Wanda Dowell, Ramona Miller, Dorothy Myers, Delores Dickerson. ROW 3: Joyce Brentlinger, Wyatt Meier, Virginia Pierson, Mildred Cantrell, Doloris Mathis, Flossie Johnson, Nadine Hensley, Lou Jones, Rosemary Allen, Dorothy Scrimsher, ROW 4: June Shackleford, Susan Knox, Joe Marie Wilson, Delphine Miller, Nancy Pope, Carol DeLapp, Pat Holcomb Fay Garwood, Lois Mueller, Nina Shields. ROW l: Anita Segura, Gay McBride, Billie Robinson, Betty Tounzen, Beverly Dugan, Leanne Packer, Naomi Honeycutt, B. J. Woodrome, Mary Smith, Beverly Hamblen, Shirley Bentley, Mary Lou Minter. ROW 2: Norma Roberts, Donnie Eaton, Geraldine Swenson, Marilyn Mack, Sydney Hughes, Barbara Brand, Lou Ann Hunter, Shirley Graham, Dorothy Hill, Barbara Snowden, Margie Prunty, Shirley Spotts. ROW 3: Helen Phipps, Bernice Ballou, Patricia Meyerkorth, Laveta Stock, Carol Lee Silverinail, Kay Robertson, Pat McNaughton, Dorothy Haug, Betty McGill, Rosetta Mynatt, Dorotny Loar, Norma Biggs. ROW 4: Nancy McCall, Marilyn George, Kay Seibert, Roberta Roberts, Shirley Jones, Carlotta Wright, Rodean Whitaker, Doris Vaughn, Sue Davis, Barbara McCIung, Rebekah Gannon, Joan Fox, Pat Thompson. 59 3 4 4 - a 1 il .1 X ff - Q- tiara Y- 'FEEDS .Silly omore riang e ROW l: Natalie Hulett, Bonnie Rasmussen, Deloris Brenner, Shirley Christgen, Donna Little. ROW 2: Rosalie Updyke, Shirley Bowles, Judy Parkinson, Judy Richards, Margie Conway, Beverly Mosby, Billy Short. ROW 3: Ruth Foster, Ruth Hunter, Sharon Denny, Carol Bond, Mary Sue Emerson, Monica Cundiff, Patty Powell. ROW 4: Audrey Shaw, Shirley Alexander, Ann Shipman, Jane Sharp, Beth Ohnesorge, Elinor Barnes. li. s illllk ' if xV . 5.1 .-, vi'- ROW l: Bernice Burns, Patty Young, Mary Alexander, Ruth Cline, Charlotte Johnson, Hinda Burnstein, Joanne Hague, Janet McGee, Phyllis Grenier, Margaret Toombs. ROSN Z: Janet Allison, Maryanna Grabhorn, Donna Kephart, Beverly Gibson, Bobbie Lawson, Carol Henry, Rosa Lee Gibbons., Rosemary Marks, Dolores Criessel, Joanne Nelson. ROW 3: Sharon Walker, Shirley Stockwell, lris Hott, Beverly Black, Ann May Stevens, Frankie Norris, Irene McCollum, Shirley Smith, Elinor Larson, Carol Boring. ROW 4: Geraldine Simpson, Ethel Wilson, Jane Edwards, Mary Painter, Barbara Neidig, Carol Ernst, Beverly Leimkuhler, Ruth Ann Gaulding, Kathleen Fleischauer, Audrey Phipps. 60 x I Y TEEN YM ROW l: Ramona Price, Norene Landis, Charline Clear, Jo Ann Duffey, Carol Allen, Marilyn Laswell. ROW 2: Sue Sheridan, Patsy Cooley, Shirley Magee, Cornelia Watkins, Linda Colt, Marilyn Ceiter, Peggy Foerster. ROW 3: Elaine Miller, Billye Cunningham, Janet Elliott, Sue Elliott, Yvonne Winkler, Pat England, Nancy Leonard. ROW 4: Barbara Anderson, Trudy Mattox, Sharon Standish, Shirley Royles, Doris Ford, Shirley Weiss, Margie Kephart, Carol Sue Brown. jre5Aman riang e 75 li ROW l: Janet Trout, Ethel Jane Kruse, Barbara Eastburn, Eleanor Codsey, Sue Cuilkey, Nadine Gabbert, Jean Feurt, Prudence Platt, Joyce Williams, Patty Wagoner. ROW 2: Martha Lake, Lola Miller, Evelyn Salther, Anna Jean Larrison, Laura Dykes, Janice Irons, Carol Shutts, Donna Howard, Shirley Robb, Janice Bowen. ROW 3: Joyce Shannon, Mary Houser, Sandra McDougall, Marquita Kelton, Mary Ruth Webb, Claudia McCowan, Joyce Borden, Phyllis Riley, Jean Schultz, Margaret Willis. ROW 4: Marilyn Wolverton, Joyce Miles, Iva McGuire, Donna Edmondson, Mary Johnson, Donna Repple, Betty Hawker, Barbara Allard, Rita Bade, ,Sarolyn Davis. 61 Y- 'PEE IIS i ROW l: Kay Brunson, Mary Palmer, Norma Black, Donna Gann, Martha Edmonds, Beverly Klamm, Pat Lampkin, ROW 2: Joyce Cameron, Memory Burgess, Sharon Brown, Judy Hornback, Juanita James, Joyce Martin, Ruby Stahl, Mona Wright. ROW 3: Sue Markwell, Ann Markwell, Shirley Dotson, Rose Ann Akin, Diane Allman, Ann Mentzer, Aloah Burke, Jo Ann Henderson. ROW 4: Barbara Honeycutt, Mary Caldwell, Pat Shupp, Ann Meeder, Nancy Hill, Phyllis Peters, Mary Undenivood, Pat Sheller. I, S 'I I " X X o rip. 0 - I il.. Y ROW l: Donna Collins, Peggy Mueller, Jean Andrews, Patty Lehman, Viola Hemmerling, Mary Ann Cinaine, Bonnie Calhoun, Nancy Malone. ROW 2: Jean Alexander, Vivian Lawrence, Paula Steinborn, Jean Catton, Bobbie Steinberger, Charlsie Champ, Lucille Blackbum, Beverly McCroskie. ROW 3: Rosemary Giffin, Jeanette Dick, Nancy Cheek, Joyce Clements, Barbara Shcryer, Shirley Evans, Pat Renaudin, Shirley Payne, ROW 4: Marilyn Minnick, Carol Smith, Barbara Malmberg, Carol Proctor, Karen Royston, Janice Morrow, Avalon Von Erdsmandorff. 62 Sf. i- y Caginef ROW l: Bob Edmonds, Jerry Creason, Dick Clay, Fred Reubhausen, Denny Landis, Donny Wolverton, Mike McCall, Bob Coffman. ROW 2: Spencer Stoner, Clark Adams, Robert Kennedy, Ronald Dowell, Forrest Wills, Danny Cooley, Jimmy Reed. ROW 3: Watson Kidd, Buddy Butterfield, Wilton Murphy, Wendell Rosenbaugh, Joe Stevens, Phillip Skeith, Jim Pirtle. ROW 4: Alvin Fuson, Edward McCallum, Gilbert Divelbiss, Keith Stout, Howard Mischlich, Marion Cheek. enior 6Aalafer The Hi Y is an organization which claims most of the boys in N.K.C. as its members. lt upholds high standards of Christian living at home and school, Throughout the year, the club promotes dances and assemblies for the benefit of the students. Officers of the Hi-Y are: Robert Kennedy, president, Bob Edmonds. vice-president: Clark Adams, secretary, Alvin Fuson, treasurer: and Junior Kemble, chaplain. ROW l. Leland Calvert, David Brenner, Dwayne McClure, John Lawson, Clark Adams, Clark Lauter, Jim Flanary, Ace Martin, Jim Perrin, Clarence Klamm. ROW 21 Marion Bickley, Fred Reubhausen, Forrest Greer, Jr., Bill Mentzer, David Williams, Bob Coffman, Edmond Newland, Bob Bliss, Basil Simpson, Mr. Allen Slagle. ROW 3: Ronald Dowell, Jim Roberts, Jim Pirtle, Bob Kennedy, Gilbert Hughes, Bill Pruett, Dean Kendle, Dick Pistole, Waston Kidd, James Toombs, Mr. Robert Bollinger. ROW 4: Mr. Ralph McKeehan, Ray Lauderbach, Danny Cooley, Bud Butterfield, Albert Higgins, Phillip Skeith, John Gieseke, Charles Wagle, Bob Van Horn, Ronald Lindberg, Marion Cheek, Keith Stout. 63 ROW l: Joe Ward, Wylie Riddle, Don Hill, Boby Bradley, Jimmy Salyer, Frankie Roush. ROW 2: Jimmy Cottrell, Spencer Stoner, Burton Wax, Billy Bob Beaman, Robert Stegall. ROW 3: Harold Rodenberg, Billy Edwards, Norman Hon, Don Mayo, Everett Wheelock, Joe Cheseborough. ROW 4: Jim Painter, John Tipton, John Yates, Craig Royston, Wilton Murphy, Howard Mischlich. Q 'Q X W unior CAalafer ROW l: Dwayne Homan, David Nafharius, Larry Perry, Freddie Flack, Godfrey Standing, Dan Turnbaugh. ROW 2: McGee Evans, Billy Evans, Lewis Johnson, Bruce Obbink, Earl Justus, Victor Lowe, Buddy Harms. ROW 3: R. C. Kemper, Don Deckard, Paul Knick, John Cochrane, Kenneth Thomas, Billy Consolver, Roy Logan. ROW 4: Bob Cieske, Earl Mathews, Paul Hirsch, Walter Johnson, Eddie McCallum, Don Cowden, Gilbert Divelbiss, Harold Klein, Charles Heinz. ROW lt James Homan, Gary Warner, John Durbin, Melvin Garret, Ronald Packer, Bob Bowers. ROW 2: Jerry Richards, Donald Bigby, Kenton Schwarz, Harold Treaster, Richard Blackburn, Dick Clay, ROW 3: Leroy Mattox, Joe Jones, Don Wolverton, Byron Eastburn, Joe Smith, Jerry Creason, Vernon Sleyster. ROW 4: James Reed, Alvin Fuson, Carl Williams, Joe Davidson, Denny Landis, Ted Shaw. 3,9 0171, Ofe el' ROW l: Cary Norton, Milton Curry, Billy Harlan, Rex Karnes, Henry Shook, Gerald Tuttle, ROW 2: Wayne Turner, Donald Lloyd, Eugene Caples, Jerry Naylor, Ronald Campbell, Arthur Schroeder. ROW 3: Bob McComb, Bob Stephens, Mike McCall, Dick Lanning, Gary Crockett, Bob Lundy, Cale Richardson, ROW 4: Joe Stephens, Charles Town, Bill Sanderson, Tom Schaeffer, Donald Greenwood, Harold Crisp, Donald Goebel, Max Frazier. 65 - ii .9 iv Y I4 3 ,, I i if X ' . ,-,1-41' .-if l K X- 6-98 ROW lz Bob Steamer, Bob Cordell, Buddy Long, Thelma Jennings, Jo Ann Anderson, Donald Soper, Jerry Burnstein, ROW 2: Velma Buckley, Opal Brentlinger, Jimmy Loar, Jerry Green, Bill Pruett, Leonard Kreinbring, Norman Fisher. ROW 3: Roger Walker, Basil Simpson, Leonard Ladd, Dean Dobson, James Toombs, Howard Hughes, Danny Harkins, Dayton Holt. iuemi iecf Occulaafionri ROW l: Ethel Loos, Norma Callahan, Jo Ann Cleaver, Elmina Green, Betty Allen, Rayella Bounds, Florence Lakey, Barbara Biggs, ROW 2: Jackie Bradhurst, Connie Alexander, Louise Piburn, Mary Ann Cole, Carleta Dodd, Jo Ann Kreinbring, Mary Reese, ROW 2: Harold Miller, Linden Greer, Herman Branstetter, Keith Barrow, Donald McGinnis, Bob Van Horn, Cecil Steamer, Billy Greer. Sponsored by Mr. Forrest Greer, the Diversified Occupations class permits its members to attend school while holding a part-time job during the remainder of the day. Officers for the second hour class are: President, Keith Barrow, vice- president, Elmina Green, secretary, Rayella Bounds, and treasurer, Mary Ann Cole. Officers for the fourth hour class include: President, Danny Harkinsi vice-president, Opal Bretlingerg secretary, Billy Pruettg and treasurer, Jerry Green. SH ROW if James Homan, Cary Warner, John Durbin, Melvin Garret, Ronald Packer, Bob Bowers. ROW 2: Jerry Richards, Donald Bigby, Kenton Schwarz, Harold Treaster, Richard Blackburn, Dick Clay, ROW 3: Leroy Mattox, Joe Jones, Don Wolverton, Byron Eastburn, Joe Smith, Jerry Creason, Vernon Sleyster. ROW 4: James Reed, Alvin Fuson, Carl Williams, Joe Davidson, Denny Landis, Ted Shaw. Sl? 0l'l'l0l'0 6A6ll9tel' in ROW l: Gary Norton, Milton Curry, Billy Harlan, Rex Karnes, Henry Shook, Gerald Tuttle, ROW 2: Wayne Turner, Donald Lloyd, Eugene Caples, Jerry Naylor, Ronald Campbell, Arthur Schroeder. ROW 3: Bob McComb, Bob Stephens, Mike McCall, Dick Lanning, Gary Crockett, Bob Lundy, Gale Richardson. ROW 4: Joe Stephens, Charles Town, Bill Sanderson, Tom Schaeffer, Donald Greenwood, Harold Crisp, Donald Goebel, Max Frazier. 65 - 1' an 41 Y 4 I , 3 l lol X ROW l: Jerry Allen, Max Erdmannsdorff, Ralph Holman, Jim Vandiver, Bert Cordes, Jack Crosley, Fredric Kemper, John Hutcherson, Buddy Mosby, Clarence Williams, Kenneth Stolfus. ROW 2: Lester Hardin, David Stark, Albert Dunbar, Jerry Yeager, Leslie Short, Ray Long, Merle Stock, Mike Arnone, Clay C-aswint, Donald Larson, Richard Harms. ROW 3: Arthur Kennedy, Wiley White, Jackie Wackley, Craig Swenson, Gerald Cheek, Alfred Brady, Richard Yates, Benny Payne, Pat Weatherton, Charles Boles, Clement Darrow, Wesley Pryor. ROW 4: Jimmy Johnson, Richard Ballou, Jerry Burkhart, Billy Otis, Richard Kurek, Norman Capp, Bruce Harding, Jim Carney, Ronnie Stevens, Edward Fuller, Steven Barber, Albert Halstenberg. 7 S Oflletif UZ Z ROW l: Beverle Morrow, Caroline McEown, Ann Starr, Lou Ann Hunter, Marsha Lowman, Junior Kemble, Ronald Tarwater. ROW 2: Lois Mae Thompson, Janeane Campbell, Sallie Newman, Carol Burkhart, Sylvia Fay, Joan Fitzsimons, Martha Caswint, Barbara Cooper. ROW 3: Robert Johnston, Al Maurale, Jerry Shipman, Ronnie Parsons, Stanley Lewis, Jerry Hall, Wendell Rosenbaugh, Miss Mildred Fulton. The Hornets Buzz is published every two weeks by the journalism class, bringing to N. K. C. students the latest news from round about, with an intermingling ot sparkling wit. Cioaded, er, supervised by Miss Mildred Fulton, the Buzz Staff does an excellent job of bringing an unbiased description of current happenings to the student body. Co-editors forthe first semester were Barbara Cooper and Junior Kemble, For the second semester they were Lois Thompson and Robert Johnston. 66 X fi V I u l 4 ecrefariezi ROW l : Lois Mueller, Billye Cunningham, Marietta Lantz, Margaret Thornhill, Muriel Calicott. ROW 2: Bernice Scobee, Mary Ann Cole, Jo Anne Kreinbring, Mariorie De Bow, Nancy Schwarz. ROW 3: Kay Seibert, Rebekah Gannon, Margaret Walsh, Audrey DeVrieze, Carleta Dodd, Being a Jack-of-all trades is an outstanding characteristic of these girls. They lend their free time to working in the attendance and principal's office. They collect attendance slips, record absences, and answer telephones. X f O!! l"6ll"lCLI'l5 ROW l: Norene Landis, Virginia Pierson, Jean Beatrice Shryack, Dorothy Scrimsher, Sue Davis, Farrington, Sharon Standish. ROW 2: Miss La Vaughn Cox, Martha Stephan. Keeping the library in order is a tough job but these girls, under the direction of Miss Beatrice Shryack. do a topnotch job. Library Club Officers are: President, Jean Farrington, Sharon Standish, secretary: and Norene Landis, treasurer. 67 -... x, x, 0-' 8 or .4- gp- ,-'- ,sp ' Oa- 'I ROW lt Bob Steamer, Bob Cordell, Buddy Long, Thelma Jennings, Jo Ann Anderson, Donald Soper, Jerry Burnstein, ROW 2: Velma Buckley, Opal Brentlinger, Jimmy Loar, Jerry Green, Bill Pruett, Leonard Kreinbring, Norman Fisher, ROW 3: Roger Walker, Basil Simpson, Leonard Ladd, Dean Dobson, James Toombs, Howard Hughes, Danny Harkins, Dayton Holt. iuemaweal Occ uloafiond ROW l: Ethel Loos, Norma Callahan, Jo Ann Cleaver, Elmina Green, Betty Allen, Rayella Bounds, Florence Lakey, Barbara Biggs. ROW 2: Jackie Bradhurst, Connie Alexander, Louise Piburn, Mary Ann Cole, Carleta Dodd, Jo Ann Kreinbring, Mary Reese, ROW 2: Harold Miller, Linden Greer, Herman Branstetter, Keith Barrow, Donald McGinnis, Bob Van Horn, Cecil Steamer, Billy Greer. Sponsored by Mr. Forrest Greer, the Diversified Occupations class permits its members to attend school while holding a part-time job during the remainder of the day. Officers for the second hour class are: President, Keith Barrow, vice- president, Elmina Green, secretary, Rayella Bounds, and treasurer, Mary Ann Cole. Officers for the fourth hour class include: President, Danny Harkinsi vice-president, Opal Bretlingerg secretary, Billy Pruettg and treasurer, Jerry Green. 68 'V 04X , , 1 . 7 ' '.. L'.: iw? , 9 A A W A 'QQ . 1 .." 'n li 'Q affix 's : 5.i ' U . ,,' 1g2ifi,'i ' ' YET: ijt X 'flax urn gakferia Jacked . ROW I: Mrs. Lottie Van Horn, Mrs. Edna Anderson, Mrs, Cora Fox. ROW 2: Mrs. Rutl Seuell, Mrs. Hettie Davidson, Mrs. Mollye Quinn, Mrs. June Good. ROW 3: Mrs. Kate Watt, Mrs. Lucy Hall, Mrs. Mary Jackson, Mrs. Mabelle Moberly, Mrs. Roberta Callahan, Mrs. Helen Alexander. Twelve hundred hungry students find these thirteen ladies ready to serve them hot lunches or sandwiches five days a week, thirty-six weeks a year. The cafeteria is also available for banquets and chili suppers. Mrs. Edna Anderson is the cafeteria manager. ll:-5 .K Bow I l ll ,- Oflleffi md! oarcl of C0l'lfI'0! ROW I: Sue Markwell, Joyce Brentlinger, Mrs, Laura King, Marjorie DeBow, Shirley Christgen. ROW 2: Jerry Creason, Ronnie Parsons, Ronald Dowell, David Brenner, Larry Perry. The purpose of the Hornet's Nest Board of Control is to help the students appreciate their responsibility toward the Hornet's Nest. It is their duty to remind the student body of the care that should be taken of the recreation center. Mrs. Laura King is the supervisor of the Nest. 69 U ,T-:ff ko' Qxxfx l legafe ROW l: Marianna Crabhom, Joyce Eshelman, Mary Alexander, Joan Spencer, Ramona Lewis ROW 2: James Arthur, Freddie Flack, Beverly Knotts, Pat Thompson, Dona Sue Black, Ann Starr, Miss Hale. ROW 3: Keith Stout, Albert Higgins, Bruce Crow, Robert Kennedy, Billy Davis, Robert Slates, Gilbert Hughes. One of the most active groups in high school is the Debate Club spon- sored by Miss Mabel Hale. This year's squad entered tournaments during the year and took first place in the Fulton Tourney. Officers are: Keith Stout, president, Dona Sue Black, vice-president, Beverly Knotts, secretary, and Joan Spencer, treasurer. O Q S Q I ROW l : Ann Starr, Gary Warner, James Arthur, Fred Flack, Joyce Eshelman, Jean Alexander. ROW 2: Miss Hale, Dona Sue Black, Marianna Crabhorn, Beverly Knotts, Ramona Lewis, Joan Spencer, Charlotte Herberger. ROW 3: Pat Thompson, Ruth Ann McFarland, Thelma Runyan, Lois Mae Thompson, Caroline McEown, Ruby Crews, Sydney Hughes, Marilyn Mack. ROW 4: Keith Stout, Albert Higgins, Bruce Grow, Billy Davis, Gilbert Hughes, Robert Slates, Robert Kennedy, Bob Coffman, Clark Lauter. The National Forensic League, whose purpose is to promote forensic activities among high school students, is also sponsored by Miss Hale. N.K.C. was represented in the National Forensic League speech meet at Springfield, March 2 and 3. Beverly Knotts is president of the N.K.C. chapterg Keith Stout is vice- ,X x if I -ui X 4, Qui! an Sm!! ROW l: Joan Fitzsimons, Sylvia Fay, Lois Thompson, Barbara Cooper. ROW 2: Dona Sue Black, Janeane Campbell, Junior Kemble, John Lawson. ROW 3: Ronald Dowell, Robert Johnston, Ronnie Parsons, Dean Kendle, Miss Fulton. Quill and Scroll is a national organization for journalism students. If a student has done outstanding work on the Buzz Staff or Purgold Staff and is in the upper one-third of his class, he had filled the necessary requirements. Miss Mildred Fulton is the sponsor. Only juniors and seniors are eligible. .!46L!CUflCQJ .Aff ROW l : Betty Reynolds, Kay Robertson, Jim Pike, Jim Davis, Dick Clay, John Lawson. ROW 2: Joyce Stribling, Sylvia Fay, Joan Fitzsimons, Marilyn Hammett, Elmina Green, Caroline McEown, Billie Short. ROW 3: Victor Lowe, Fred Reubhausen, Mary McDowell, Jimmie Salyer, Dan Turnbaugh, Elinor Larson, Jo Ann Wilson, Shirley Stockwell. ROW 4: Dick Pistole, Ray Louderback, William Chisam, Bob Vaughn, Leonard Ladd, Dick Ryan, Ronald Dowell, Edmond Newland, Robert Stegall. - Members of the advanced art classes undertake tasks. These students are members of the advanced Porter Price is the instructor. 11 6 5 X. 9 9999 S s so many special decorating art class of which Mr. .4-qeasiue A 3 V 2. 'YJ GZJCZUQ anc! gave ROW l: Dona Sue Black, Marsha Lowman, Marilyn Mack. ROW 2: Sydney Hughes, Susan Knox, Dorothy Loar, Ruth Ann McFarland. ROW 3: Howard Dickey, Richard Anderson, Robert Kennedy, Robert Johnston, Miss Fulton. To be eligible tor membership in Masque and Gavel, a student has to have participated in dramatics. Members elect students who have performed exceptionally well in school and club productions. Miss Mildred Fulton is sponsor. Wafiona! .Honor ociefg ROW l: Janeane Campbell, Junior Kemble, Caroline McEown, Patty Piburn, Elsa Leiser, Rene Miller, Clark Adams. ROW 2: Miss Barnett, Suzy Clark, Dona Sue Black, Fontella Winkler, Joan Kreinbring, Margie DeBow, Carol McDougall, Lois Mae Thompson. ROW 3:, Mary Rausch, Ruth Ann McFarland, Kay Magers, Barbara Cooper, Martha Gaswint, Bonnie Roberts. ROW 4: Jerry Hall, Keith Barrow, Ronnie Parsons, Leonard Ladd, Robert Kennedy, Ronald Dowell, Robert Johnston. To be a member of the National Honor Society, a senior has to be in the upper third of the senior class. Seniors are judged on character, scholar- ship, leadership, and service. This year the group has tried to begin a fund for a scholarship. Miss Dorothy Barnett is the sponsor. Officers are: Robert Johnston, president, Clark Adams, vice-president: Dona Sue Black, secretary. 72 ,v 'L 'G x.fy 'N-7D aj, Warcning gan! This group is active during football season, displaying marching talent and military music. They are most successful at building school spirit and entertaining spectators during the halftime periods at football games. Their performance at the American Royal Parade was outstanding. This year they were resplendant in new, military-style uniforms of purple with white and gold trim. Mr. Darwin Maurer is the director. Members are: Drum Major .................................................... Dorothy Loar Assistant Drum Major .............................. Barbara Snowden Head Twirler ............................................ Charlotte Johnson Flag Bearers .................... Albert Halstenberg, Jerry Naylor Baton Twirlers Janet Trout Janet Elliot Joyce Miles Patty Lampkin Rose Ann Aiken Carol Ernst Elaine Ryburn Trombones Richard Anderson Walter Johnson Roland Leiser Norman Capps Fredric Kemper Floyd Grigsby Bass Hom Joe Davidson Gene Thompson Flute Suzy Clark Sharon Walker Hinda Burnstein Lela Bruns Saxophone Jackie Wackley James Hudson Jeannette Allison Edwin Nelson Ward Stuckey Billy West Percussion Don Ellstrom Bruce Davison Don Larson Norman Kisler Gerald Cheek Ralph Harris Clem Darrow Stanley Lewis John Hutcherson Lloyd Brenner Ruth Gaulding Wayne Turner Dick Burkharcl Baritone Horn Forrest Greer Bill Swan John Mather French Horns Joan Williams Gordon Stout Dorothy Hill John Durbin Luther Davidson Clarinets Al Maraule Thelma Jennings Richard Blackbur I"l 73 Yvonne Hammett Ann Starr Marianna Grabhorn Shirley Jones Jean Feurt Virgil Doyle Nadeen Whitaker Marquita Kelton Buddy Mosby Billy Davis Leroy Mattox Shirley Dobbins Michael Arnone Patty Shupp Clay Kimsey Trumpets Gary Brown Paul Sharitz Jimmie Anderson Wesley Pryor James Trout Vernon Davis Bob Colt Kenneth Thomas Nancy Malone Ramona Miller Cornelius Uehling Melvin Garrett Jerry Hall 1 Z ROW l: Wyatt Meier, Mary Lou Keltner, Mary Keenum, Marilou Evans, Dorcas Dotson Joyce Ethyl Eshelman. ROW 2: Diana Kay Allman, McGee Evans, Gary Norton, Billy Consolver James Homan, Dean Venable, Keith Stout. ROW 3: L. O. Erickson, Jay Hough, Perry Naylorj NOT PICTUREDZ Marilyn Minnick. fring Orckezifra Performances by the orchestra have given pleasure and delight at the coronation andnvarious programs sponsored by the school. One group functions as a string quartet. Members are: Diana Kay Allman, first violin, Wyatt Meier, second violin: Dorcas Dotson, viola, and Keith Stout, cello. Mr. L. O. Erickson is the director of the string orchestra. 74 v 0I'lC2l't gan Members of the Concert Band play concert music at special assemblies and at the annual spring concert, Individual and small groups are selected according to merit from these musicians to participate each year in the state music contest at Columbia. Mr. Darwin Maurer is in charge of this group as well as the Marching Band. Members are Clarinets Al Maraule Thelma Jennings Clay Kimsey Gerald Cheek Marianna Grabhorn Billy Davis Jean Feurt Shirley Jones Ann Starr Leroy Mattox Richard Blackburn Stanley Lewis Yvonne Hammett Virgil Doyle Marilyn Howe Shirley Dobbins Marquita Kelton Michael Arnone Buddy Mosby Patty Shupp Bass Horn Gene Thompson Joe Davidson Dickie Brand Larry Haines String Bass Jerry Naylor Jay Hough Cornets Gary Brown Jimmie Anderson Jerry Hall Bob Colt Paul Sharitz Kenneth Thomas Melvin Garrett, Jr. Cornelius Uehling Wesley Pryor Jimmy Trout Tommy Hill Percussion Dorothy Loar Don Ellstrom Bruce Davison Ralph Harris Clem Darrow Wayne Turner French Horn Gordon Stout Jo Ann Williams Dorothy Hill Larry Cobb Luther Davidson Oboe Joan Spencer Flutes Suzy Clark Lela Bruns Hinda Burnstein Sharon Walker Janet Trout Nancy Malone Saxophones Jimmie Hudson Jackie Wackley Edwin Nelson Jeannette Allison Ward Stuckey Billy West Alto Clarinet Kenneth Blann Bass Clarinet Radean Whitaker Trombones Richard Anderson Floyd Grigsby Walter Johnston Roland Leiser Norman Capps Fredric Kemper Robert Ketcham Billy Heinz Baritone Horn Bill Swan Forrest Greer John Mather Bob Williams X, 3 ,sg f., .ez 75 A. -Qaqali Q,A L., I I 2 E.- Y 9 C ...- O -1 ROW l : Geraldine Smotherman, Mildred Cantrell, Rosemary Allen, Jeannette Allison, Delphine Miller, Dona Sue Black, Nadine Hensley, Nancy Schwarz, Betty Weber, Anastasia Wise, Rene Miller, Ramona Lewis, Roxie Counts. ROW 2: Miss Warrick, Faith Gannon, Marjorie DeBow, Rebekah Gannon, Jean Lawrence, Mary Painter, Carol Brown, Carol Boring, Beverly Gibson, Sidney Hughes, Nancy Pope, Jackie Shields, Doris Ford, Dorothy Scrimsher. ROW 3: Earl Justus, Jerry Burkhart, Ronald Dowell, Kenton Schwarz, Bill Beaman, Basil Simpson, John Carrell, Harry Seifert, Eddie Warner, Burton Wax, Kenneth Kidwell, ROW 4: Howard Mischlich, Albert Halstenberg, Phillip Skeith, Cecil Steamer, Roger Walker, Bob Vaughn, Alvin Fuson, Gilbert Hughes, Donald Cowden, Forrest Wills, Don Deckard. A blending of voices, floating through the halls first and third hours can be identified as the A Cappella choir. They provided a worshipful air with their programs of Thanks- giving and Christmas time. The operetta, "The Pirates of Penzance" was presented with Bob Edmonds and Margie DeBow in the leading roles on February 28. From this group the most talented become Madrigal Singers. They perform at the Purgold Coronation and on re- quest at various civic affairs. Miss Lida Warrick, vocal music instructor, is the director of both groups. 76 l l oir 9-'N N--Q ROW l: Carol Allen, Sandra McDougall, Beverly Mosby, Lois Mueller, Phyllis Burton, Nancy Leonard, LaVerne French, Susan K-nox, Pat Blackburn, Betty Hawker, Faye Garwood, Bernice Scobee, Charlotte Johnson. ROW Z: Fontella Winkler, Joan Fitzsimons, Radeau Whitaker, Dolores Dickerson, Donna Kephart, Lorna Oliver, Lois Long, Thelma Runyan, Jean Vandruff, Barbara Malmberg, Barbara Cooper, Martha Gaswint, Marilyn Hammett, Pat Thompson, ROW 3: Bob Edmonds, Rusty Piburn, Rodney Smith, Joe Ward, Roger Workman, Buddy Mosby, Gary Warner, Wiley Riddle, Clay Gaswint, James Fitzsimons, Don Bratcher. ROW 4: Gary Crockett, Bob Coffman, John Jones, Roy Logan, Jerry Green, John Cochrane, Don Mayo, Wilton Murphy, Albert Higgins, Keith Stout, James Toombs, Marion Cheek. 'Of Yfnaclrigaf Sing em ' as :Q A Ta: ' E . F ROW 1: Martha Gaswint, Barbara Cooper, Nadine Hensley, Beverly Mosby, Mildred Cantrell, Dona Sue Black, Delores Dickerson, Rosemary Allen, ROW 2: Dorothy-Scrimsher, Susan Knox, Jean Vandruff, Marjorie DeBow, Thelma Runyan, Faith Gannon, Lois Long. ROW- 3: Albert Halstenberg, Jerry Green, Keith Stout, Albert Higgins, Phillip Skeith, Forrest Wills. ROW 4: Wilton Murphy, Don Mayo, Donald Cowden, Gilbert Hughes, Bob Edmonds. 77 Xt .,.,,,fJ swf Members of the Purgold Staff are charged with the responsibility of pub- lishing a yearbook each spring. Miss E. Mildred Fulton is the sponsor. Mr. Tom E Moore is in charge of photography. if Pictured at the left are the 1951 co-editors, Sylvia Fay and Ronald Dowell. At work in Room 227 are Marsha Lowman, literary staff, and the business staff: Lois Thompson, Dona Sue Black and Jim Perrin, business manager. These members of the art staff were important! contributors to the l95l Purgold. Marilyn Hammett, Mary McDowell, John Lawson, and Joan Fitzsimons work on layouts, Ronnie Parsons, sports staff, Bonnie Roberts, llfe"aVY staff, and John Jones, photographer, look as though they enioy their work, even to meeting deadlines Dean Kendle, literary staff, and David Brenner, sports staff, are amused as they search for ideas, Hugh Brown is the other member of the literary staff. 78 2,9 Cilfta ROW l: Karole Jo Berry, Joyce Brentlinger, Beverly Cundiff, Janeane Campbell, Sue Holloway. ROW 2: Donna Little, Phyllis Riley, Joyce Borden, Betty Weber, Cornelia Watkins, Shirley Christgen, Ramona Lewis, Gay McBride, Roxie Counts, Charlotte Herberger. ROW 3: Geraldine Swenson, Patsy Cooley, Linda Colt, Shirley Magee, Peggy Foerster, Ann Markwell, Sue Markwell, Carol Allen, Joan Duftey, Beverly Mosby, Janet McClain. ROW 4:.Miss Breckenridge, Marsha Lowman, Donnie Eaton, Pat McNaughton, Carolyn McEown, Bertha Blackburn, Joyce Streater, Patsy Blackburn, Dona Sue Black, Janice Bowen, Marilyn Mack, Miss Fann. ROW 5: Ruth McFarland, Kay Magers, Carol Burkhart, Lou Ann Hunter, Betty Hawker, Nancy Hill, lva McGuire, Susan Knox, Bonnie Roberts, Fontella Winkler, Marilyn Christgen. The object ot this club is to lead the students in yells and promote good sportsmanship. Pep assemblies have been more interesting with skits and plays. The sponsors are: Miss Carlida Breckenridge, Miss Lois Fann, Mrs. Betty Ratliff, and Mrs. Ann Armstrong. Officers are: President, Ruth Ann McFarland, Vice President, Bonnie Roberts, Secretaries, Caroline McEown and Janet McClain. . ...lyk , O' t A 1 l ,pt 55 he it 'Qt ........5 Q I N 651 Cheerleaders for l95O-5l were Karole Jo Berry, Joyce Brentlinger, Beverly Cundiff lhead cheerleaderl, Janeane Campbell, and Sue Holloway. 79 ' ww, ir, ii cn v ei as 5 t Jw - ' fi we F-ff vw we 6 ' I Q , I , mil VJ ,VK K V K .K .H 2 x 4 11 X gin it M' ,-4 2 K 2 , K 7 of Q rt ,W as K' f ' V093 J" , -' F A? , C . r L f i f f if f f 35 1 x it If K , i is . 1 , Q ia W - A ,Multi A .V Q ,L ii -f-,M J fe is tl' L ,i P A? 5 f , V kr X' irgdgf The "A" Squad Let-termen W- J C- .irlornefa -gn makin peuiew SCHEDULE-1950 NKC O Southeast I9 Benton I-2 Liberty O Wm. Chrisman 6 Springfield 6 Wentworth 19 Lafayette 6 Central 7 Christian Brothers I5 Sedalia CLYDE COOPER Coach 80 OPP 26 7 0 26 I2 32 19 29 0 14 Phillip Skeitll, Senior G i -2-7'-h-f J g...o.l4 x My '57 Marion Cheek, Senior CENTER . if lvl, 1 V 4 ! 5 -fi n I . X x I 11. , up D . C0-CAPTAI NS WIFSOH Kidd, Senior Buddy Butterfield, Senior FULLBACK TACKL5 Jim Roberts, Senior Wendell Rosenbaugll, Senior GUARD HALFBACK TACKLE Ray Louderbaclx, Senior Dgyid Williams, Senior Marion Bickley, Senior Ronald Dowell, Senior END TACKLE HALFBACK HALFBACK Gilbert Divelbiss, Junior Don Cowden, Junior Larry Perry, Junior Earl Justus, Junior END END QUARTERBACK FULLBACK -- .41-'sjr 'l 'A A 4,6 f .Lx ,SM XT - ,, 'J ' ' Q- M 1 ,Mo . L- '-it f V S ...S fe 4-P 1 , N A MW ,ix K .. W ,.., -R 'F' 2 sh U in M Vi ,fu k n S Jr , vi, I.- ' M M S' ' ' ---4 A.. N .. ,- fe K is ' Q , fl 'qi X A S H. 'Y' . h , I V1 . 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BL, all , . -145 ' --A 4. i U i After a rather dismal opening game in which the Hornets were unable to stop Southeast's Corky Taylor, the Hornets im- proved as the season progressed. 82 Two of the biggest upsets of the year in Missouri High School football were recorded by the Hornets as they outplayed Christian Brothers, unde- feated since i947, to win 7-O, and slgpoid by the favored Sedalia Tigers, I - . 9 if ,,Q John Cochran, Junior George DeHaven, Junior David Hamilton, Junior David Nntharius, Junior GUARD HALFBACK HALFBACK CENTER Billy Bob Beaman, Junior Harold Klein, Junior Galen Hemmerling, Sophomore GUARD END GUARD Three lettermen are not pic- tured: They are: Ace Martin, Alvin FIIIOII, Sophomore sim Bllflfbillgll. Sophomore Paul Walker, Sophomore Senior' Guard: Kenton Schwarz' QUARTERBACK QUART RBACK TACKLE Sophomore, Guardg Mike Mc- Call, Sophomore, Quarterback. f N i no -'-fs-25.3, .-1,4 z ' x , ,L H ,.' "4 1 I . 4 f ,, U A ,. 1. .X . . , 1, A, Q ti " "5 we , """--0-' 4 fa' 4 S M -1 5 at of Q, P YS . .,..p-v-- X, -to F7 ig ak Q as 7' if' 'R ., ... -.ff ., X, If . ,AM N 'fa " 5, Q JH, U4 ,C and Bill Box. diy ROW l: George Bickley, Richard Clay, Harold Treaster, Manager Denny Landis, Gale Richardson, Dwaine Homan, and Max Frazier. ROW 2: John Heller, Godfrey Standing, Bob Stephens, Ronald Hatfield, Cloyce Sauer, Jerry Naylor, Dick Frierdich, Larry Sharitz, and Magee Evans. ROW 3: Howard Dewell, coach, Gordon Miller, Donald Goebbel, Tom Schaeffer, Steven Bliss, Gary Crockett, Lloyd Coleman, and Bill Anderson. ROW 4: Richard Anderson, Bill Stephens, Bruce Davison, Howard Haskell, Bob McComb, Gene Thompson, James Reed, 31,2 cc v cr 77 and 6 Squa 6 These future Hornets play full schedules. , The "B" Squad pictured above, is coached by Mr. Howard Dewell. They have a record this year of one win and six losses. The "C" Squad is coached by Mr. Richard Meyer. They won seven games and lost one. ROW l: Jerry Allen, Lawrence Bentley, Pete Wilson, Bob Swartz, Jerry Yeager, Rex Karnes, Larry Haines, Freddie Kemper and Buddy Mosby. ROW 2: Bill Otis, Eddie Harbin, Dennis Bailey, Wayne Phillips, Phillip Snell, Jimmy Anderson, Wiley White, Terry Harris, and Craig Swenson. ROW 3: Richard Meyer, Coach: Kenneth Blann, Norman Capps, Bob Williams, Gary Darnell, Ronnie Stevens, Bob Logston, and Wesley Pryor. ROW 4: Bruce Harding, Jimmy Carney, Richard Kurek, Jerry Nolte, Albert Halstenberg, Noel Barrow, Gene Bolin, Steve Barber and Gene McFarrin, U4 ROW 1 : Larry Perry, Clark Adams. ROW 2: Coach Clark Ferguson, Earl Justus, Danny Cooley, Earl Mathews, Harold Treaster. ROW 32 Gilbert Divelbiss, Charles Wagle, Marion Cheek, Ronnie Parsons, Howard Mischlich, Bruce Fuller, gtfefgaf Coach Clark Ferguson inspects the new fieldhouse with Ronnie Parsons and Junior Kernble. NKC 41 30 46 33 40 33 32 63 32 32 28 46 46 61 67 37 66 44 33 46 49 41 42 40 35 47 33 37 45 32 28 B5 SCHEDULE East Northeast Liberty St. Joe Central Rockhurst St. Joe Lafayette Lillis Wentworth Chrisman St. Joe Central Chrisman St, Joe Lafayette St. Joe Benton Raytown Southeast Wentworth Liberty St. Joe Benton William Jewell Tournament Cameron Lexington Kearney Benton N.K.C. Tournament Raytown Pem-Day Central Clinton Tournament Windsor Maryville Clinton Rezional Tournament Glennon Wm. Chrisman Paseo Opponent 46 37 27 31 35 26 33 47 33 46 26 48 24 29 51 38 36 30 21 31 54 46 38 41 45 44 34 39 35 41 34 PQI RQNNIE PARSQNS DANNY cool-EY HOWARD MISCHLICH Captain and Forward Forward Cenfel' The only returning varsity letterman Ronnie Parsons stands 6 and played forward for the Hornet team Chosen by the team as captain for the year he was deadly with a sure jump shot In many of the games played Parsons took high point honors As senior this was Danny Cooley s first year with varsity and his rebounding and jump shots were noteworthy This was Danny s first I tter award He is 5 ll tall After receiving a conditional letter last year, Howard Mischlich returned to become a starter. He has an effective turn shot from the post. Standing 6' B", he also plays a good e offensive game, He is a junior. Marion Cheek's rebounding and jump shots were dangerous from anywhere on the court. This also was Marion's first letter with the varsity and his senior year. He is 6' 3" tall. Fast and furious, good with get away ball, Larry Perry compensates with speed for his 5' 7". Even though this is Larry's first year on the team, he saw action in many of the important games and his experience should stand him in good stead during his senior year. Out part of the season because of an injury suffered in football, this 6' junior handles the ball nicely and has an accurate set shot from the corner, Earl Justus will return to the court next season. ' fl . it K a or if 'WI' MARION CHEEK LARRY PERRY EARL JUSTUS Center Guard FOPWBYJ 33 mi .ef 5 ,gg A i fi as .Zi GILBERT DIVELBISS CHARLES WACLE Guard Forward A junior on the varsity, Gilbert Divelbiss, saw a lot of action in the lineup for the season. This 6' Hornet was noted for his good floor work and hard play. A forward who is 6' l" tall, Charles Wagle was noted for his long shots which connected many times during the season against zone defenses. A senior, this was his first letter with the varsity. Clark Adams, 5' 7" guard, was the team's ball handler and very effective on his long set shots. This was Clark's first year with the varsity as a senior. Earl Mathews played guard and forward during his first year on the varsity as a junior. He was a good defensive player and a ball hawk. Earl's long shots from the corner were very effective. He is 5' ll" tall. Harold "Sonny" Treaster served his first year as an assistant manager to the cage squad. Harold is a sophomore. This was Junior Kemble's second year to serve as basketball manager. He was always dependable, cooperative, and aware of the responsibilities that were a part of his iob. EARL MATHEWS HAROLD TREASTER Guard Assistant Manager 8 Q K Q.. ,Q-N.. B7 xv CLARK ADAMS Guard .sa --, G16 iii I. 'Q g. BG... JUNIOR KEMBLE Manager ff-. Q. J. . X J 1 i S xx' 4 JQQ2 McCall, Cary Crockett, 'Paul Knick, Jim Reed. ROW 3: Don Cowden, Buddy Harms, Glen f Zeller, Bill Box, Alvin Fuson. 4 ROW l' Kenneth Bell Harold Treasfer Ted Shaw. ROW 2: Donald Greenwood, Mike Ty I f v i7 HC U ,SJ my Ae anc! gun A Lv 9 ROW l: Jerry Yeager, Fred Kemper, Bob Swartz. ROW 2: Norman Capps, Ronald Stevens, Albert Dunbar, Lloyd Sutterby and Bob Murphy. ROW 3: Mr, Meyer, James McDowell, James Carney, Bruce Harding, Wesley Pryor, Richard Kurek. Z-ZLJQALI K N.K.C, is in one of the largest conferences of its kind in the Middle West. Teams of two states are entered in it. From Kansas come Topeka, Wyandotte, Maur Hill, and Ward. From Missouri are St, Joe Central, Pem-Day, and N.K.C, N.K.C. placed third in the conference last year. Coach Clark Ferguson first thought of the Border Base- ball Conference and helped organize it in March of l95O. Bob Coffman is the only two-year letterman returning. Other returning lettermen are Larry Perry, Bill Jackson, David Kennedy, Forrest Wills, Earl Justus, Gilbert Divelbiss, and Harold Klein. H .4 . J L' ,L W K, ROW l: Jim Wedua, Bob Edmonds. ROW 2: Paul Walker, Larry Perry, Bill Jackson. ROW 3: Mr. Ferguson, Bob Coffman, Alvin Fuson, David Kennedy. ROW 4: Forrest Wills, Earl Justus, Gilbert Divelbiss, Harold Klein, Howard Mischlich, Alg 2 iii ii H111 I -ll: L '::r :Av x J ,pi H A' .F V, A :EQ '. , . gilljfql V 1323.9 s !:,fS.25g-'fa Hffff 'istbll , f 89 306' The Hornet tracksters are the defending Pony Ex- p ' ' press Conference Champions. The returning senior letter- ! Qjx men are Ronald Dowell, Eddie Warner, Johnny Zumwalt, 'P Ray Louderback, Ronald Lindberg, Daniel Miller, and . 5 4. Jim Perrin. J' The returning juniors are Don Cowden, Gilbert Di- velbiss, Earl Justus, Elmer Aubrey, Larry Perry, and .W McGee Evans. fry" One returning sophomore is Sammy Buterbaugh. KUW li Larry rally, ivieucc Eva-ia, U... -....,., ..,......... . ..... ..., ---,- , , , H U V Vernon Davis. ROW 2: Glen Proffitt, Roy Logan, Earl Justus, R. C. Kemper, David Williams, Elmer Aubrey, Jim Perrin, Fred Flack. ROW 3: Mr. Cooper, Torn Schaeffer, Gilbert Divelbiss, .C Alvin Fuson, Ronald Dowell, James Arthur, Ronnie Payne, Bob Treaster, Burdell Calvert. X nl ROW 4: Marion Cheek, Ronald Lindberg, Don Cowden, Ray Louderback, Gilbert Hughes, 3 W Norman Ballard, John Cochran, Dick Frierdich, Sonny Treaster, Jimmy Allen. J if l'X- S X x 1 ff' .. if ' , ,O 90 ROW l: Eddie McCallum, Bob Murphy, Mr, Dewell, ROW 2: Wilton Murphy, Dori Cowden, George Detflaven, Roger Walker. get K, , ,pa I: ii ennisi an Q2 N.K,C. plays each of these schools in tennis twice a year: Wyandotte, Pem-Day, Northeast, Shawnee Mission, Rockhurst, and Liberty. Every spring they participate in an annual tournament at Wyandotte. Mr. Howard Dewell is coach. The golf team played the following schools this year: Wyandotte, Northeast, Rockhurst, Wentworth, Ward, and Pem-Day, Mr. Clyde Cooper arranged the matches and went along as coach. ROW l: Bob Steamer, Cecil Steamer, Edmond Newland. ROW 2: Mr. Cooper, Keith Barrow, Roy Logan, Burdell Calvert. 91 l l ROW l: Larry Perry, Daniel Miller, McGee Evans, Bob Steamer, David Brenner, Eddie Warner, Ace Martin, N Burdell Calvert, Fred Flack, Bob Edmonds. ROW 2: Marion Bickley, Marlin Hill, Bob Stegall, Elmer Aubrey, I Bob Treaster, Sam Buterbaugh, Sonny Treaster, David Natharius, Kenton Schwarz, Mike McCall, Clark Adams, - Junior Kemble, Jim Cottrell, Bill Jackson, ROW 3: Richard Bent, Roger Walker, Bruce Obbink, David Ham- 0 1: ,.V, ilton, Billy Bob Beaman, Ronald Dowell, Jim Perrin, Edmond Newland, Jim Roberts, Paul Walker, David Williams, 5? 3:1-Q5 Bob Coffman, Mr. Ferguson. ROW 4: Coach Clyde Cooper, Ronnie Parsons, Don Cowden, Forrest Wills, Danny ' A,-',, g.3:5I1.QQ1QgZ--1- X, K i g Cooley, Earl Justus, Alvin Fuson, Cecil Steamer, John Cochran, Charles Wagle, Howard Dickey, Galen Hammer- l-5:21-3'-15'Z-' "LSC ling, George DeHaven. ROW 5: Marion Cheek, Howard Mischlich, Wendell Rosenbaugh, Ronald Lindberg, Af' X Paul Hirsch, Harold Klein, Gilbert Divelbiss, Ray Louderback, Phillip Skeith, Watson Kidd, Buddy Butterfield, fy" - Roy Logan, Ed McCallum, Wilton Murphy, Keith Barrow. "77,'C2uA The "N" Club is a boys' athletic club. A boy may become a member by lettering in football, basket- ball, track. baseball, tennis or golf. A member is easily identified by his letter sweater, The "N" Club gets most of its money by sponsoring many of the school activities, Mr. Cooper and Mr, Ferguson are the sponsors, Officers are Buddy Butterfield, president, Watson Kidd, vice-president, Larry Perry, secretary-treasurer, and Wendell Rosenbaugh, sgt.-at-arms. ss -' W W , H X 1 1 1' ROW lt Carolyn Thomas, Joyce Streater, Rene Miller, JoAnn Cleaver, Shirley Pancake, Patsy Blackburn, Carol 0, Lee Silvernail, Phyllis Burton, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Ratliff. ROW 2: Mary Evans, Harriet Snyder, Joan Wil- ,r f' liams, Elsie Kelley, Kay Robertson, Naomi Honeycutt, Mary Smith, La Verna French, Mary Alexander, Gay , McBride, Roxie Counts. ROW 3: Pat McNaughton, Shirley Peabody, Lois Chumbley, Carol Boring, Mildred Cantrell, Ramona Miller, Janet McGee, Betty Weber, Bertha Blackburn, Marilyn Christgen, Barbara Brand, Margaret Toombs. ROW 4: Barbara Snowden, Janeane Campbell, Lois Mae Thompson, Susan Knox, Nancy Pope, Shirley Stockwell, Shirley Bentley, Carol DeLapp, Carlotta Wright, Nancy Leonard, Rosemary Allen, Darlene Richardson, Sylvia Fay. ROW 5: Ruth Ann McFarland, Gloria Mathews, Barbara Cooper, Sharon Walker, Audrey DeVrieze, Margie Kephart, Mary Painter, Kay Seibert, Peggy McPherson, Mary McDowell, Donna Kephart, Bobbie Robertson, Marilyn George, Dorothy Loar, gi,4.,4. G.A.A. is a club open to athletically interested girls, After participating in a required number ot sports, a girl earns enough points to become a member. Sponsors are Mrs. Ratliff and Mrs. Armstrong. Officers are Patsy Blackburn, president, Audrey DeVrieze, vice-presidentg LaVerna French, secretary-treasurer. 92 fs 2 'x to 1 ucv CA 801661 2125 The cheerleaders who inspire school spirit at N.K,C. are nominated by the Pep Squad and elected by the student body after their try-outs in the spring before an assembly of students. Left to right, they are: Karole Jo Berry, Joyce Brentlinger, Head Cheerleader Beverly Cundiff, Janeane Campbell, and Sue Holloway. umeffs .fdicled ln the new tieldhouse, Mrs. Emily Beigel, the school nurse, and her assistants help keep N.K.C. students healthy and happy, They are shown here demonstrating the arm sling. Pictured' are Florence Lakey, Louise Piburn, Joyce Stribling, Vernalee Parks, Dolores Dickerson, Mrs. Beigel, and Anastasia Wise lseatedl. 93 -. ,z:.,i,h,l- 1: W XQAM , .. I, T'ifA4A,QiiLgs24s,Q? .5 ffffV, ,: h -W f 1 'W' i j Q Q , SX ""1-,Sf " 1 Sue .izlofgzwag PURGOLD PRINCESS Homecoming Attendant dflealle PURGOLD PRINCESS Homecoming Attendant T. Warforie .le gow Purgold Attendant Qui .fdnn Wcjar!anJ Purgold Attendant Homecoming Attendant LZBW Sue MMA Homecoming Attendant 6 EUWQ f 951 .Homecoming ueen A r arid W We, the class of '5l, being of unsound mind and 4F body, do will and bequeath these our most favored possessions to our lucky counterpart, the juniors. As all things must pass into the annals of time, the class of '51 passes, but they are not to be forgotten. Junior Kemble wills Mr picture of himself to the entire school. John Lawson bequeaths his shy ways to Paul Hirsch. Bill Pruett leaves any extra poundage to Larry "Pills" Perry. Clark "Corky" Adams leaves the girls alone. Ronald Tarwater leaves his gum underneath the seats. Ronnie Parsons leaves journalism class for the second time. Eddie Warner leaves his typewriter in pieces. Marlin "Butterball" Hill leaves his initials on his desk. ll-'lugh Brown thinks he's leaving.l Dona Sue Black wills her ability to do everything well to Ramona Lewis. The class as a whole wills a family sized bottle of Hadacol to the assembly committee so there will be more assemblies next year. Danny Cooley leaves his old tardy and absent excuses to next year's basketball team. Watson Kidd is trying to find takers for his big feet. The Senior Class leaves the center section of the auditorium to the class of '52, Bonnie Roberts leaves everything except Dick. Jim Perrin leaves the oil from his car between his house and school. Phillip Skeith leaves his map to Fontella's classes to John Shipman who has had to sweep around him too many times. Seniors in art class leave paint smears all over the place. Wendell Rosenbaugh wills his sports column to Mike McCall so that Mike can personally see that his name gets on the Buzz and Purgold sports pages, for a change. All senior boys have consented to will their old purple or gold "N" Club sweaters to juniors because someone didn't think they would look good over khaki uniforms. Margie De Bow wills her lead in the operetta to some deserving junior. While everyone else is leaving things, Dean Dobson says he hopes the facu-lty sleeps as well this summer as he did in class this year. Carl Miller wills his beautiful body to Wilton Murphy. Beverly Cundiff and Lois Mae Thompson will their crowns to some lucky junior girl. The bookkeeping class members leave a crop of worn out pencils to the unlucky people who will get the penmanship cramps from using them next year. Carl Buckley leaves his "ways" to Bobbie Bradley. Speaking of "ways," where there's a will there's a way. Here's the will, now you find the way. up 1 .' 1 HEI Q51 W t September means school starting . . Compliments of CLAY ADAMS Diamonds-Elgin and Hamilton Watches Complete Line of Iewelry All Watch and Iewelry Repair Guaranteed Local Watch Inspector for the Burlington, Wabash and Missouri Pacific Railroads. Compliments of Qmxl-6: mia Tvwwxiiix 316 Armour Road -- Norclay 3194 ARMOUR DRIVE-INN Congratulates The Class of '51 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Black Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Renner Armour Sweet Shop TI-IE I. C. PENNEY CO. of North Kansas City, Missouri extends Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '51 W Q?-2 SNACK HOUSE fflziarf caring .bfrarel DRIVE-INN 717 mann 400 Annour Road Norclay 3063 169 Highway GL. 9977 Compliments of FRANK C. DANIELS LUMBER COMPANY 1 mile north of North Kansas City on Highway 69 Gladstone 1784 1 Box 7437, N.K.C. Compliments of KATZ DRUG COMPANY Armour G Swift Norclay 8041 North Kansas City, Mo. THE PALACE CLOTHING COMPANY of North Kansas City Extends Congratulations and Best Wishes To the Class of '51 And September brings the circusl -w ...,,qx. ,.. Our Sincerest Congratulations to the Senior Class of North Kansas City High School Occasioned by their Graduation ffm Gkevrofef, 3 I 0 ' " Wm. R. Allen Wm. R. Allen, Ir. President Vice-President 595' ' - 'M ifgtzjw ALBERT B. FUSON INSURANCE AGENCY 207-9 National Bank Building V NOrclay 4389 North Kansas City, Missouri Long live the Queenl For the thrill of your life FORD CLAYTON lEWIS, Inc. 1925 Burlington North Kansas City, Mo. Very Best Wishes For Your Future TANAN FLORAL COMPANY 1928 Swift Avenue North Kansas City. Missouri NOrclay 3620 A. N. Taul - R. C. Taul - K. A. Marshall Taul-Taul Real Estate Company SALES and LEASING COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL We Welcome the opportunity to serve you. N0rc1ay 3992 500 Armour Road North Kansas City. Mo. The Largest Bank rn Clay County" Ioseph C Wilhams President H Virgil Bower, Vice-Pres. E Vnrgnl Bam Vice Pres and Cashier Dortha Jolley, Ass't. Cashier R H Wooldridge Vice Pres Edwin Cavenaugh, Ass't. Cashier THE NATIUN!-ll. BANK I IIHTH KANSAS IIITY Capital Surplus and Profits Over S4U0,0U0 Extends to the Class of 1951 Their Heartiest Congratulatlons and Best Wlshes CMember Federal DGpOS1l Insurance Corporation? BEN BOLT Barber Shop Russell O'Neal, Prop 2002 Swift Avenue North Kansas City, Mo. THE DISPATCH Where you get the most for your Advertising Dollar Free "Want Ads" Iob Printing 323 Armour Road N0relay 3037 N Alwaysaline... Compliments of NORTH KANSAS CITY BEAUTY SHOP KATHRYNE COCHRANE, Prop. Complete Beauty Service Fayette NOrclay 4121, North Kansas City Cab, Inc. 24-Hour Service NORCLAY 4333 ALL CABS RADIO DISPATCHED Bill Cochrane 2010 Swift Avenue NORCLAY HOME and AUTO SUPPLY BEN IACOBSON'S Men's and Boys' WGGI ADMmAL !oN Menswear Quality - Style - Fit 318 Armour Road N0rclay 3549 F' st La G Armour Road Norclczy 8182 A559 gggplies Reggaiffg, arden Radios U Wheel Goods Home Apphances Tires Hardware Batteries DAVID'S TRAILER COURT 200 Amour Hood A x , - Joe P. Hall 3,15 . w "'f:W,QU'4 , -. I Communliy Barber Shop A if 1 ghgmffll' ' ,, ' X, T 1 441' x . 317 Armour Road " will W . PM ja ""-"I " 5 . A Jil- aa DAVID BRENNER, Prop.. Safmfe fo fke Qevefopers of fke gufure Gfass of ,5l North Kansas City Development Co. Burlington Avenue at 21st Street North Kansas City, Missouri L . Congratulations to the Class of '51 I From ART SI'IEZI.LER'S l CON OCO SERVICE Ict. 45 and 71 Highway Parkville, Mo. Phone 359-7 Gas and Oil and Auto Accessories , , - , ' ,T Christmas brings parties . . . X '. I J xi A , P, I V V.. , - JT ff, . 7.1 ' pe 1 1.1 . ' 1 I ,IQ u V Q s I L , If . A ', v t I 'fi' A ,' A '5 ' V .5 - ' - lx I f, W, I i V .15 l Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '51 nrth Kansas lfit State Bank 327 ARMOUR ROAD Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments ot IJIERHS AND SUN5 LUMBEH EUMP!-KNY North Konscrs C1ty Missouri Compliments of ANDERSON and NORRIS HARDWARE and SUPPLY 1804 Swift Avenue North Kansas City, Missouri VG QA dyjAd LloydRN COOPER CLEANERS And Launderersl H. E. Gordon, Proprietor 2018 Swift Avenue NO 4662 NORTH KANSAS CITY. MO. Ius! practicing. Compliments of OLIVER TURPEN PRESCRIPTION SHOP 2008 Swiit NOrc1ay 442 Norih Kansas City. Missouri Compliments of A. 0. Thompson Lumber Co. Home of Friendly Service 1730 Swift Ave. NO 4730 North Kansas City. Mo. N. K. C. ELECTRIC And Electro-Crafts 1303 Swifi Avenue NO 3932 Charles T. Owsley KELVINATOR FILTER QUEEN HOT POINT STROMBERG HOOVER MAYTAG ZENITH EASY Clay Appliance Company Gus and Electric Soles und Service NOrcloy 4541-2 "Home Owned - Home Operated" 1904 Swift Avenue N. Kansas City 16. Mo. Compliments of DR. GLENN GOUGH OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Modern Glasses 1390 gwm Avenue 308 Armour North Kcmscls City North Kansas City. Missouri Phone Norclay 4673 Phone Norclcty 8192 Cfadd pI'O,9AeCy- lt's the fall season of 1961 and we are traveling through the Ozarks. As we round a bend in the road, we see a hillbilly reading a copy' of the Hornet's Buzz to his wife and twelve young'uns. Closer observation reveals this barefoot, tobacco-chewing farmer as Clark "Corky" Adams. lf you listen you can hear him say, "Lois, let me read you what happened to the class of 'Sl "Must be election year again," says Corky. "Says here Dona Sue Black is running for president, again. Cuess ol' Bob Bliss is still running from his traffic tickets, eh, Lois? . "Remember Keith Stout who won that Oratory Contest? He is being admitted to the bar. Wonder which one? "Hmm-Charley iSlingshot, we used to call himl Wagle has developed a cow for producing readymade ice cream. Something about crossing a cow and a polar bear. "According to this thing, Ace Martin and Jim Roberts are Admirals. Wonder if they had anything to do with that television set down at Margi and Leonard's Hamburger Heaven? "That big Director-Producer John Lawson is auditioning the Kan-Kan Kiddies for a 'Follies of '6l' show. lt says here he is known for being a connoisseur of beautiful women. "Well, a Cooley grad hit the headlines again. A contract for the exclusive service of Ronnie Parson, 'Model Supreme,' by 'The Bonnie Roberts Model Agency' has been drawn up recently. "Dick Pistole is now a famous hunter. He's still hunting for an extra 'Sl Purgold. He can't believe they're all gone. "Got some additions to the faculty up at NKC. Watson Kidd, drivers' trainingg Bud Butterfield, dean of girlsg Marion Cheek, psychology, and Carol Cobb is assist- ant to Mr. Leming's shop classes. "Looks like Kay Magers and Janeane Campbell have become successes. They are official inspectors of the boys' locker-room. "Say, trig students now sure have it easier than we did. Bob Kennedy and Carol McDougall have an ad here offering to sell the classes their answers. "Junior 'Frankie' Kemble is winning world renown with the 'Boomin' Bob Colt' carnival as the only human alive that can be poured through a sieve. "Bill Smith has finally made his fortune as a painter. He paints 'Life Savers' with aluminum paint and is passing them for quarters. "The county court has a contract with Sylvia Fay to paint a mural on the cell walls of the Liberty jail. "Well, that's about all. 'Cept for one thing. Old flame of yours, too, Lois. Guess you wish you'd married him instead o' me. See he's worth a cool million now. 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