Stockton High School - Prairie Dog Yearbook (Stockton, KS)

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Q-'Ulu F L1 T OF THE TIGER STAFF, DMDIC IS A AL r. V 'F C S 'EET O Fi D E NIQEP OF T113 SCIOUL BOARD FOR 11IRTf KLARQ O J A FAITHFUL S UVA T id T QC 'X QDT1-LSOTOTLLW 5 a Dedlcatlon Table of Contents Staff Memory Trall Senlors Class V111 Prophecy Personalltles Junlors Sophomores Freshmen The fOr'l"L11 '-n i F7 ers Pre s enf Jf24f f,..l ll 55' TABLV F CU TVNTS JUD1OT Hlgh Classes V1CtOT1OuS h9'ers Fun For All Muslc A F Carnlval Klng and H1 Y and Kayettes Jr and Sr Plays Snapshots Advertlslng 2 Queen 38 ho 8 7 . . 1 . . 18 2 19-20 3 ' ' 2l Faculty Q Sports 22-29 1- ' 30 ' 6-11 ' 31-33 .' l2 F.F. .- .H.A. 3h 13 ' ' 35 . . . - 3 12 ' - 37 17 ' ' bl-h K, o Qc 60 0909? SQC 9 x V630 Q2 Q NBA, 6 il gm ei, Q Q QQ we x' O 66 Q Gov KJ 'W X X C69 QQ fa , V Woit, . S A fl Qin f Rc we X 55, ' af, NK jc' I+, 'C ,SAO Qi e 'CCL . 600 XX 'av 'Xe , 'b , Q, Q. C3 'S KXQ: Bo fi, ' ,En , fo , o Q50 ex 9043, 3 Floyd Blauer, Frank Curry, Russell Dlckenson, V L Sheffer, Hazel Doherty, Fd Doherty, Glenn Mltchell, Mable Butler, Eva Grlebel - f-m5g" I THE LASI LAMENT OF A DEFUNCT TICER '-n,,, I only wlsh that wh n I dle, You'll carry me back to Stockton ulgh Lay nv 7Dgl1SH at my chest, Tell Shelfer that I d1d my best Lay W g vmetrv at nv feet, Tell MltCD91l of my sad defeat Mr Cassel Lay ny UlStOTV at my head, Superlntendent Tell Vr Doherty that's why I'n dead lay nr Speech pon Wy Heart, LaY mV b0OtS bv t 9 locker dOOr, 'Nell Curry 1t'e wltn sorrow I depart Tell H2-I'I'Y that I'll track to 'lore Lay y QQkfQGU17g qoay yy goal, And one last vord t Mr Cassel Tell Mrs Doherty I'm shov llhg coal With PDYSlCS I'll no longe wr stle Lay my S9 qng 1m ey Hands, Th1S 1S the wlll of a Stockton Student, 1611 Mrs Ur ebel I'n 1U far or? lands I've done thls thlng and I knov I shouldn't Law nf Ag bv v knee, e l Ir laler, Hat last I' Lay 3 slc 1 Lth 'ry c .Ldhood toys, BOARD OF EDUCATION Tell D1 kenso I'r clre of that scre tchlhg 10159 Lay mf fdrns, ooo OI ry desk, J C Dllllngham Te l Mrs Butler to let tden rest Ralph Burlln Vhyne McCasl1n 4 1-l . , - . 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IU' 4v"' Presldent VlC9 Presldent Elmer Kern Glee Club N1XGd Chorus Class Off1cer H1 Y Cablnet Jr Play FFA Cab1net F A H1 Y ,as- ,,z' Thelma Shaw Band Sec Treas GZVILIDIQ5 Doyal hrabe Football Basketball Softball Track MlX6d Cho rus Boys Glee Club H1 Y H1 Y Cab1net Class OfflC6T Annual Staff S Club Football Royal Party Football Co Capta1n F F A Royal Party gl' Mr. Curry Co-Sponsor Band Chorus FHA Cabln Kayettes Board of D1rec Class Off1C9T Pep Club Pep Cluo Pres. l Act Plays Class Play Annual Staff tors 3 h h l 2 3 l h Freddle Poore Football l-2-3-h Basketball l-2-3-h Hi-Y l-2-3-h Track 2-3-h S Club 2-3-h Hi-Y Cabinet L Class Officer h Glee Club 1 l-Act play 2 Class Play 3 Softball l Mr Doherty Sponsor Secretary Treasurer 'C,N",l .f QQ.. ,X ,Y 4 Leo Thyfault Glee Club Hi-Y F F A S-Club Football M1XPd Chorus One Act Play Lu are Dratt le Club NIXGG Cqorus F H A Kayettes 4 'K-r' Clara Mae Wr1ght Kayettes l-2- Kayette Officer F.H.A. Pep Club l-2 Yearbook Staff Yearbook Editor Chorus l-2- Class Play Band Class Officer 'T Donald Saum Football H1 Y F T ack Nrcef' Chcxus S Club Softball Aroual Qtaf? Jlee Cllb 7 .TX -la 1 2 if Dalme3ws Iayet+e F P A Flee Club Sep Club Class Play Bare Donald Glee Club M1x d Chorus H1 Y F F A S Club Football lrack Carnlval K1ng M1Y9d Chorus Annual Staff Pulse 'ani' sale l 2 3 . . . 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L1 3 - - U , 1-2 '- 1-2-3-L1 - 1- - - ' 1-2 1 1 1-2-L1 ' 1 3 1 . 1 1-2 '- l-2-3 1,1 W LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Seniors of l9h9, being of sound mind and body, Cat least most of usj, do hereby declare this our last will and testament. We, Donald Muir and Freddie Poore, will our ability to get out of the shower early to Jack Reeder and Delaine Turnbull. I, Norma Kelly, having nothing, but ability to use reference books and Yoxall, will the whole library to Wanda Sammons and will keep Don for my own. I, Don Saum, will by ability to run the high hurdles to Warren Lee Dunning, and hope that he vill be able to make use of it I, Thelma Shaw, will my Wbodston boy friends to Johnita Zink and I wish her good luck! I, Joanne Riffe, will my ability to get avay with sitting with Far ell in Study Hall If I can find himj to someone luckier than Kelly and Yoxall I, Ned Colburn, hereby will my Slightlv9 Used, l93p, color unmentionablej Chevrolet to Janes Miller as I sincerely believe Jim is capable of giving it its usual treat ent I, Donald Thyfault, will my heighth to Clyde Reed and my manager Job to Robert Balderston so he can letter I, Donald Kern, will my ability to so f e through tight places to Bill Denio I, Doyal Hrabe, will my all state honors and ability to Kiss the football queen Gene McClain I, Eln r Kern, will my gift of gab to William Thelar We, Joa ne Baxter and Rita McGee will our ability to get Als in Biology to a anyone dumb enough to take it I, Georgia Lee Schultz, will my flirta McClain I, Lurane Prat+ will f red any F9 who has the fire and +emp rmert to go with it I, Earl Hollen, vill my basket ball technique to Johnny Sanders I, Nile Vose, will my way with the women to Dean Ives. We, Bill Duncan and Darrel Sutton, will our ability to find students parked to anyone with a Ford and good spotlight. I, Donald Hulse, will my ability to turn tgp different shades of red to Jack Muir. I, Merna Tipton, mdll my ability get in on time to Mary Larson I, Earl Muir, will my boisterous ways to Vic Dryden I, Donald Yoxe l, will my ability to stick to one girl to Harold Copper I, Farrel Van Horn, will my manly physique to Elton Hunter I, Mary Ann Griebel, will my ability to get through S H S in three years to Billy Reichard I, Clara Mae Wright, ill my ability to play basketball to Katherine Stewart I, Leo Thyfault, will my knowledge of figures Cboth mathematica and othervise to James O'Conner I, Donald Sanders vill my technique with the women and my good looks to Louis Sprinkle for I really think he can go places with a nev look Also my ullback spo+ on the football team , Harold Simons, will my ability to t life easy to Dick Daniels to Ellen will our La Donna Iol Thyfault will typing speed J Wy Gartrell abilitv to an ke p a an Vev rka and Marilvn R ff I,Phy1liSVieland , will my abil ty to p aj for L :w1Chorus to anybody who can play sharps and get along ith Dickenson DF Pl, I jc. ll L 0 cker 4 to lik t tn t 12 1' ' , ' 2' . ' ' to 0 . . O . l. . . 1 . . . A. . .l i F. .U . . T . . . U .L 9 1 h A . O I1 I A , . L . U C . , . K . . . 1-""' I ., . . . . . . . Q 1 Ml , Q o u . . . . . m A . . a . U . . T. . . ' . 5 . ' L . 0 A 2. . . . A . 1 1. 7 LAu,QZ . . . 0 . '1 " , I C to n . U . A. w' r . f ff V ue ' ' . . . X Ao I ' ' K ' ' ake u nh A . , . . A. . ' 9 I , U Qflfli H I .. ' O tuous ways to Elaine Van Horn and Carolyn We, Darlene Buss and Freda Sprinkle , ' . "l ' ' D catch d e m' to e , ' .i e. o, 'll xg , hair to . fo. .I ' c e A. . ."c I .' I .' i I' A A . o 3- T L fix, N . U 'u 1 'X-'. ' 0 . J. l. l 4. I 7 U T A . U I, .J ld'v'fY,,,1- 'Ni TL KI' "Qi .W O +1 A ny 1 r -1 1 Y ry . stick t scnool to anybody Ano is su ' ?iI'LCl gh ,Q 1 1 5 Tlgll. MOP QC A big reunion was held this week by the 'u9er Seniors of Stockton High School. A lot has happened in the past ten years. So we'll give you an idea of how things stand. The reunion was held in the Crystal Room of the Beck Hotel. Donald Hulse the mana er kindly provided a meeting place. The gathering started with a short business meeting. Mary Ann Griebel, the first woman President of the U.S. presided over the meeting. JoAnn Baxter, who has been steadily climb- ing to the top of the business world on her pretty little legs, was chosen secretary. After the meeting, several preformers of the class presented a J 3 9 program. Merna Tipton, of Hollywood, reenacted some of the scenes from her latest picture, MY ROMANCE WITH ISADORE UMPSHIDE. Qlsadore was portrayed by Darrell Sutton, another h9er.j Next on the program was Phyllis Wi-l-nd playing a piano medley. of Phyllis' career is that her ambition to be a concert pianist turned into a career of playing lullabyes. To balance the program, the brilliant Earl Hollen gave Gravitational Theory After that a n ed for some activity necessitated a few Westu dance band, owred and directed by Farrell HRedH Van The Donnie he little For dancing was interrupted by a character on a horse Kernn added his bit to the fest vities An interesting condition a recent report on his Hollentine dance nimoe s bv the HBest in the Horn, and raraged by'Joanne Riffe and amid flying bullets, HDauntless m eting was adyourned, and the remainde oi tine was spent in Just reminiscing A eyesdroping or our part revealed many changes instance, who would have thought that Lurane Pratt and Georgia SCUHltZ, those shy girls from high school days, would establish an iron works and foundry? At one table there was a group conferring like mad And no wonder, those men wer the Sec of Agriculture, Elmer Kern, Earl Muir for the past f JT years for is nerefo d K State, and the Tir t man in the U S to The most up and coming young socialites who has won the blue ribbon at the American Royal Nile Vose who maintains tre experiment farm for make a nillion from turke s, Bill Duncan are Nr and frs Donald fciall A few yea ago they bought a iarm south of town, aro while ouilding up a herd oi beef cattle, a rich pool of oil was discovered which ran the entire leng+h and width of th land Mrs Yoxall is the former Norma Kelly The three Thyfaults were united alter almost nine years of separation Shortly a ter graduation Donnie decided to be a bachelor and took o f toward th career of oumi g around the country alone Johnny acquired a nay bailer of his own and has een pitching straw to it ever since The only one who remained in Stockton was L o who a worked hard a d 1 w runs CHS grease rack at Tr1pp's Garage Just a momentk There is a commotion over ir a far corner Let's see wrat's g It s em trat Neo Colburn, Carl Bricrell, Harold S and Don d oa the Navy, Arm,, and the Marines CSandy tried arriage but decided the Marines wer sip Lt Col Simons showed us the sports page of the Kansas City Star with its picture of Doyal Hrabe tossing a pass for the Green Bay Packers Doyal says he's trying to keer th from making a biographical picture of his life DOYAL HRABF, FLA1 BA K, thev wer call it Thelma Shaw Just breezed in with a fella she calls rottsf a l e' rer oss Coming trrodgh th door Thelma ad to keep Pott y fr w o oeloni to Freda Qcprinkle Jon sor Freda is r frazzled housewife Captain Ned Ccloi n says Clara Nae'S in Alaska Jolcanoe at fir +, but then he flew lower and saw t cussing out a oi oi husky dogs Tre snow wa all OH MhlV'S stil t e same a a har e e wa t to let a robo ulr's no hobo, h dst ride n mashing a comp of o p fe lc are of tra e f d oi I sayS e tnoigr it Jas an Ala kan was C N gist standi P t re e ed, h 1 g 1 tnro 2 oor an the rails or t Haiir a H15 Fat er t a s ooody know a ow arle auss s ld Vo e o f ya e SO etrlrv 1 ts a A narket now, u really' D T DDonE'S FP lm lART, he call it, vn h he fas es livery in t nn VOM can , r h ese a e a eat it too, etninks Don Saum is a ore ty g pnotographer Someti es he forget to put film in hi camera, out we g t him t take a gr picture of hders fwith fiinj Rita Vcnee iust opped to tell as aoout her o auty shop She ay she' n t arri Jitr tHlS adter ising, she can't last ruch longer Tne u o or ke up sometiAe during the next norniig, and ther all promised to c e oack in ten years pioviding they find sitters for their grandkids 13 1 O .. . , X , M . e AA o 1. 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J Q CA www QMWM Jeff in 5'-'-I awww aff!-4+"7775'fil1' 779MMf: Zi, 17 lxlwdvvkr "WW Back Row D Odle, D Mulr, L Snyder, J Sanders, D Mu1r, J Cadoret, C Reed, E Blrd, G Colburn, R Balderston, R Sammons, D Blgge, D Danlels, Mr Mltchell, 2d Row F McCauley, D Mason, J Gump, W Plfer, E Gartrell, J Montgomery, V Chase, M Kenworthy, N Ives, L Mulr, J Wlnters, Mrs Grlebel, Front Row E Bartlett, J Zlnk, N GT1ff6th, A Shaffer, B Wrlght, J Maddy, C Long, M Garber, L Wlldrlx, K Stewert, Y Low Class Offlcers Balderston, Pres Gartrell, V1ce Pres , Maddy, Secy , Sammons, Treas U I THE LIFE OF JUNIOR On Sept 3, l9LL6, the creatlon of 243 lnfants startled the world The chances of such a multl ple blrth are l ln 999,ooo,ooo In thelr early months they fnow chrlstened Junlor astonlshed people wlth thelr amazlng lntellectual ablllty In the prlme of llfe they become the proud parents of the greatest prouu on 1D the hlstory of S H S The play was named Desperate Ambrose, and through the elforts and support of the entlre parental body fJuH1OIS lt was hlghly successful In thelr old age, the Junlors w1ll remember that most of the success they engoyed was due to the guldance of thelr godparents, the teachers of ol S H S P,S, No other class would dare to make these state ments. Flower Chrysanthemum Colors Blue A Sllver Motto If the elevator to success lS out of order take the escalator. I5 I 45+ 2 Q A -llwf 5 I 4 24 2 I 'fel S : I '1 5 a . - 5 3' A yigmw Iisliaaikfziigigrv ' SSDA " A . ' ' . . 3 X 2 X .n . I . . . . . R. . Us . u D . . . E. . .- ' ' ' , J. .' ' R. . ' 1' ' d ... . Back Row M Blalr, h Cunnlngham, L Stevens, B Walker, J Reeder, R Screen D Mlller, W' Dunnlng, W Ravnor, J Sell, D Hrabe R stlthem D d 1 : Bl? 9 Benedlct, W Rlckerd, Thlrd Row D Hulse, K Cassel, D Stlce, L Mar ell, A Stewart , D Gartrell, H Copper, W Fleming, F Cadoret, D Turnbull, B DGH1O, L Sprlnkle, E Hunter, Second Row D Thyfault V Dr den W h l , , mmons, C Cabbage, E Lampkln, G f1ll6S, K Buss, B Thompson, L Pauley, M Rlffe, Front Row D Vose L Veverka C Ker 2 H: J Turnbull, C McCla1n, E Van Horn, D Stlce, L Ives, W Hrabe, B Hrabe, P Young, Mrs Doherty Try, Trust, and Trlumph We chose thls motto oecause we belleve lt con talns 1D lt the three lmnortant steps of llfe No matter what the Job, we always have to try, not Just once, but many tlnes lf necessary Never glve up, but keep trylng Trust other people to treat you falrlv and then do the same to them lW return Trust your ablllty to do thlng well Have confldence 1U yourself and you wlll be able to do thlngs better and easler Trlumph Thls 15 the comblnatlon of the other two steps After trylng, trustlng, and worklng hard, you wlll reach the top step on the ladder of Success And on thls step wlll be the word, HTr1ump Keep the e thlngs 1U mlnd and Vou wlll have a suc sslul 1lrQ r, E. rres. E. Denlo, Tres., 1 rww,-1 C -1 J V a , l es., M. 'nhfau t, Sec. I6 QV W T 1 3 - P T T ' A f Q T P r fy? , ' W B g , .A ' 1? W , ' A 2 4 . , .Y- , " x ll . , . " Q o Q I 0 l J . A' . ' . U . . . ' ' . ' G- I l Q . Y ' . ' Q 0 1 l 0 S I 0 I I 0 . O 0 0 n .1 g ' ' 1 , n y , Ya T 9 an, Do H143-beg P. Hrabe J. Sanders Wanda Sa . ' . ' '. 1' '. 1 , L g g I ' " o s 3 o O Q O . C 5 I ' U I U O Y I I . E , . . L . . H 4 A ,A . ' . . , .A 1 . . . . S . . . . 1 . i . 0 ,O . . ,W I . ' - ' hll. , H s ' L. ' ' ce of 'l . -Oli isp? 2 'i"l Back Row Mr. D1CkSHSOH, J Mlller, R DUHDlHD, D Canall, G BJQQ , , D Plfer F L3MDklH, J Lawson D Casteel S cond Ro A Cado A D Odle E McCla1n, L Hall, J O'Connor Ives, R Hamllton D J ren D Blew' A Bedore, Front Row D Baxte ,N ane, A Scr ndl D ranc Larson, J Blauer, M Schmltz, L Stevens D. SCnWltZ J Raylo S Carmlcnael FQEIEI-IIVIEIN 'T wwf ", ." FT filo I' X' lun, At the flrst F eshman Class Teeting CQ, follo wing off'CerS were eleoted- Dolores Fran lg Pre- oident, Sola Fang 'Ce re5iden'f Mary Lana A ooc.etar3, Robe- H n' tog 'r 3-lF3Q '1"E5.i3 3. 'FC ygsgl-j:,.p, -L -WVU, A :NC -pg :,.M:p,,, ,, .., --.,.. -A o., ., A l -..V . - .. C SS 'S'xI'f:.' 'VKQCC WHS 'Ql"fI 2 C2 T F1151 N . A-1 W ,A -M .w -. A ra wiv., .- ,. , . -1- on Jann ry -v 1 m,, - rl ,,- oo H, -,-, .-. .N ,AA W A N4 AM.:-.4 sf,-- -..,,. C,,.,,,4 -.. lyk ,.A HCL...--.,..,., -u-,ll .4 -ry - F 'cr-T "',-.P M 5 g +1--. by-YA nf'-fy,-..f w - .5 ,...f. , J.-,n . -V D., VA.- v,u ,..., .. ..,. F Q l U, Mot Q: 'v-TT'nn-. - ro are rr,en xl Thi ,. pTTf5.I'CT QEYQT. , 'N'-J" TC. 1' lx,KCIA.:Cf. li ull" ST'.,I15T1". I7 E. l'ClQ Back Row J B1rd, G Earnest, D Le Rue, R Earl, M Blce, R McM1cheal, Low, E Lyttle, B Wyant, 2d Row D Casteel, D Thelan, B Baxter, C Young, D Case, K Webster C Hus, M Brown, Mrs Cassel, Front Row P Sprzmkle, I Wlnters, Luuofz 0171 Back ROWHS McM1cheal, V Cabbage, S Grlffln, A Reser, J Allan D Maddy A Rogers, F Slmons, P Sanders, J Balderston, Mr Eckart, Front Row D Lyttle, D Hrabe, D Andrews, E Dryden, F Barth, E Buss, S Brown, R Flemwnv, H Thelen, B Pauley FCI Q 18 B. Brown, A. Ducbarrn, C. Wildrix, W. Tifaton, B. Smith, K. Sirbpson, R. Miller ' I L . . . ' ' . . , . , 5693 OO bot 'X' 5 5:13 lb 8 :SX Q 05 Q 5X 2 awk xo 0 cg c 29' 'O X90 Q1 I 20 FJ-le 'zds Oma Q SDSSCJJ l aSS enfl US, SPO R l S VIC 1 URIOUS 49 El! S 1 1 1 1 a. L S 'A 53 :W WI 1 " , a. 9 John Sanders Ned Colburn Right Tackle Senior Left End Glen Mitchell Junlor Coach Donald Muir Center Senior Johnnie Thyfault Left Guard Senior Farrell VanHorn Left Tackle Senior Donald Saum p d lf! Harold SlmOnS Right End -ma V' X Manager Senior , S is I X 22 Donald Yoxall Co captaln Rlght Guard Senlor Edward Doherty Robert Ba1d9I'St01'1 Asst Coach LeftJHalf back unlov' Donalc Sanders Full back S6UlOF Doyal Hrabe Co capta1n Quarter back SEHlOT E2 Freddle Poore Rlgnt Half bacx oenlor Donald Hulse Back Senlor Eldon Bird Junior Nlle Vose Donnie Thyfault e L, an C' Tackle 1fA Q Senior Asst. Manager lggg 1? x 0 5 m an X s 23 g 'X oo'c?O axl 5 They Ye 'uverxa' 'Z 3 C' O 3 Vg Owns 21 mv-YQ X3 5x0 Ofne ifscv if, QP 'Pg 7' 1' 1' 41' ,,, E Hollen L Thyfault L Snyder B1 .u D Turflull Ger rell 2' 5- H Copper V Drvden B Denlo D Mlller F10 1F F Cadoret J' Reeaer fi , Q D. Ives G. McCla1u E. Jarrett L. 'Jerfll I. '.Iu1r J. Mlller D. Cahall 24 . " '-i 'T :X 5 a 5 f, ff. fit' -.fa ' " V" S! .-' 1,..'4?-1 1- ' ' 'Nr'-. . .,-'li---."1 s "H Q .,.4. .,.-j- I - .1 . ' A' ,ac-'SC nov' ' f.'.'- ,. 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' , vu- Af, E . . ' . D. 'gge D. N ir . X. D. t I, - f, n Q x . ' ' 1 0 . H Q, i 'F A ' , ' 1'1" ' , 5 D ' 45' 4- r -5. ' 'iw Y ' 31'-5. A Q A ' . , I .QW ' V . . V . ' . ' W. xi' .if . . ' O A ff Olga, C2049 we af Qazfy D Mulr J Maddy D Hrabe M Tlpton D Yoxall J Rlffe 25 T- Il' I ,qi 'Z U-ll A CP ' . J ' 3 ' 1 I , O , O 0 U N D E F E A T E D T I G E R S The football team of l9h8 began their season early in September with an afternoon practice. The boys were pretty rusty but it didnlt take coaches Mitchell and Doherty long to work out the rough spots. The first game was on September 224 with Almena, there. The boys were not in very good shape but they succeeded in defeating the Almena eleven 27 to 20. The next weekis practice put the boys in good condi- tion and they overran the Palco team 32 to 6. The next game was one that was sure to be a tough one. It was to be with the strong eleven from Downs. The game was a hard fought one by both teams, but Downs was leading with 6 points at the half. The next half told a different story. The Stockton team outplayed the Dragons most of the last period and five minutes before the end of the game Stockton was leading 27 to 13 It was then that the home team slacked up and the boys from Downs scored twice to tie them The next week the team went to Phillipsburg and defeated them to the tune of 13 to O It was the first time that Stockton had beaten their team in many years After another hard week's practice we gourneyed to Osborne and overran them 3h to 7 The Nato ma team ventured to Stockton the next week and the Stockton Tigers beat them with a score of 31 to 6 On the Wednesday of the next week which was Armistice Day Stockton journeyed to Hill City This game was a run away for Stockton because they defeated the Hill City Ringnecks 57 to O The next week the boys had a rest because of the postponement of the game with Colby It was postponed because of a heavy snow storm At last came the final game of the season with Plainville This game is always played on Thanksgiving Day, and it was played on the Plain ville field this year It was a hard fought battle by both teams but the Stockton Tigers defeated the Plainville Cardinals with a score of l9 to 6 The Tigers had a total of 2hO points to the oponents 72 The foot ball team of 19118 set a record by having the first undefeated season in the history of Stockton High School Also the boys on this team want to thank the business men of Stockton for all of the help that they have given them The team sincerely appreciates the backing We also want to thank the mothers for the wonderful supper they gave us enjoyed it very much ' s :Vg g -1 ,, ,.-sf sa X - 'Y 26 . n D... 9 . 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J , X Back Row Mr Doherty, W Flemlng, D Turnbull, L Snyder, D Ives, R Screen, E Blrd W Dunnlng, D Blgge, D Mulr D Yoxall, D Gartrell, H Copper, Mr Mltchell, Front Row V Dryden, J Thyfault, D Mulr, R Baldex tlon, D Saum, N Colburn, D Mlller J Sanders, D Hrabe, D Danlels, F Poore, D Thyfault 8 lst Team Woodston P burg Palco Osborne E111s Downs Osborne Hill City P vllle E1l1s Palco P ville Woodston Downs Alton Hill C1ty 19148 -149 Bas ke tball Re c ord They Mld-Contlnent League Tournament P-burg Osborne Downs Regional Tournament Russell 2nd Ieam Woodston P burg Palco Osborne Ellis Downs Osborne Hill City P ville Ellls Palco Woodston P v1lle Downs Alton Hill City They w we Sl 17 37 16 33 - M3 29 - 3M 39 32 58 M3 39 32 M2 20 39 ' SM Mo 38 30 M3 30 29 38 P-burg 33 32 P-burg 27 M6 M7 32 29 61 31 M1 19 S9 - ' M2 50 - 25 M7 ' MO 55 ' 32 M3 bl M2 27 M2 - 27 72 7 61 22 M6 - ' 20 33 50 29 27 Sl 52 M1 26 M9 ' 39 59 22 ' ' 755 EFI M9 M2 62 55 33 50 15 55 28 Back Row E Van Horn, F Sprlnkle, B Wrlght, E Gartrell, C Wrlght, D Buss, T Shaw, M Tlpton, N Ives, L Stevens, W Plfer, C Long, C Schultz, Front Row P Hrabe, W Schmltz, M Rlffe, N Bane, L Pauley, J Blauer, D Francls, J Baxter, Mr Cassel, Cheerleaders J Maddy, N Kelly, J Rlffe, Y Low 5675 Back Row J Thyfault, H Copper, R Balderston, F Van Horn, N Colburn, D Mlllef, H. SUHOHS, E. Blrd, R. Danlels, D. Hrabe, D. Yoxall, N. Voseg Front Row MT- Doherty, V- Dryden: E. Hollen, L- Snyder, D. Saum, D. Sanders, J. Sanders, D- Mulr, F- Poore, D- H11lSS, L. Thyfault, D. Thyfault, Mr. Mltchell. 29 D u D. Thyfault, L. Veyerka, D. Baxter, B. Hrabe, C. McClain, M. Larson, S. Carmichael, ff ll LL l UL l Ol! XLI '7 f , -3 f N i HI 179, H X -4 4' in flax xN 4 15 X k N E X X w ff f4W"'f"'X W' f 1 ffl A ff '. 1 ' ' rc I ,rf-'f - Y "I il htxgi-Q l J 1, if F if' 5 --QA . . ff sa ' Q , H452 sf ' x ,wf ' , ,Mx - 1 I 1- f ' fy . I V f 4, 0 f ul Q 5 W! ' D .I ' M ' 'V 'Y ' -'f'f. ' ff! X SN V' , ' ' t ' f F I , ,I x Q fxf ,X Y A31 4 ' In 1 J l X .Xjf xx V, A 'lf NX X If X k 2 ' 1, f,y' 3, , X f. rm If .X 4 x If W ' X - fi, K A 4 ,f j 1 1 ffff'JfNfL', "" fi. x A f N FX I ' Ulf' ,X X X X , ! X I 1 f ,,y X X O 'Ia ll fi ,W , I rf rj' X K 5 I 'El W j ,, ll A I ' MZ 1 W1 ' ,?"f fi Ll ' ff! ,X , V xx W it N1 X l In I , A V ff 1 H XXX if !f"f f fl ' I X x I ,f J x 'yr X 1 1 I X f VVWQ' f KK Af I V, an KYXYXN ,Qyf ff IAV, 1' I ,Lf 1 w H 1 x + , . I 77' V in 14 0, Back Row D Buss, P Wleland, J Rlffe, G Pauley, F McCauley, B Denlo, D Maddy, Russell Dlckenson, D Stlce, D Tnyfault, D Saun, L Snyder, D Stewert, F Van Horn 3rd Row W Dunnlng, M Grlebel, M Rlffe, R MCM1Ch86l, V Dryden, J Maddy, Webster, C Young, H Copper, D Hrabe, J Sanders, K Cassel, J Blauer, Buss, C Long, J Baxter, Front Row D Hrabe, D Thyfault, D StlC9, R Flemlng, B Wrujng E Dryden, D Frances, L Pauley, R Sammons, T Shaw Jmalo msffaa, M Larson, C NbC1a1n, Y low, B H abe, I Sanders m nd -. ' .' .'- . ' . . W.A- Sammons, C. Reed, S. Griffen, C. Wright, D. Muirg 2d Row4W. Hrabe, R. Smith, C. . . . . . . E. . . . . . g I 7721184 GAOIILS B214 L8 Back Row C Reed, J Sanders, R Balderston, D B1gge, E Thayer, D Hrabe, E Hunter, B Wrlght, J Iuffe, M Riffe, D Hrabe, F McCauley, D Mulr, D Mulr, M Bla1r, K Cassel, D Mlller, 3rd Row F Van Horn, D Hrabe, D Saum, R Sammons, D Ives, L Snyder, C McClain, D Stice, P Young, L Pauley, G McCla1n, V Dryden, D Stlce, H Copper D Danlels, W Dunnlng, 2nd Row V Case, T Shaw K Tipton, E Gartrell, J Zlnk, C Wrlght, B Hrabe, Y Low, E Bartlett, R McGee, K Stewart, C Long, N Kelly, D Buss, N Ives, Front Row Mr Dickenson, J Sanders, J Blauer, G G1ll1s, J Turnbull, D FT8HC1S, N Bain, L Ververka, M Grlebel, E Van Horn, M Larson, A Bedore, J Maddy, E Lampkin, P W1eland Here we have the Maestro at h1s daily work of dlrecting We polnt with prlde thls year to the Band and Mixed Chorus They both have been enlarged and have made considerable lmprovement under the leadershlp of Russell Dlckenson The Band marched and played all durlng the football sea son The new routines were enjoyed by all who saw them performed The Mlxed Chorus gave a Chrlstmas concert whlch was very successful They took part in the chorus festlval held at Osborne ln November under the leadership of Noble Caln 32 . A , 43 4, H Y , 4 , ', , A , , - vs. . ' s o o a a o Q ' - . - . Q Q . . I Q . . . . I O I " O I l l . Q . Q . . 1 . . U I O ' Q O ,. 1 O 0 , 0 0 0 o Q . . u 0 O U I l ' "" l l I O I l 0 n Q . n . . 0 . 1 ' ' ," . . . Q . . . O n R L S J Maddy N Ives B Wrlght J RlpfG D StlCG M Rlffe C MCCl31U L Veverka A Grlebel ni R R I O J 'a dy P Nrl ht C. McClain Y'3 Q A R T F McCauley D Mulr P Ba7d venom Van A R T R Sawmors L Paq ey D Stlce J Blaler 33 Back row B Hrabe, J Sanders D Casteel, C Long, B Wright, A Bedore D Lampkin, J Maddy, J Gump, W' Pifer, M Garber K Stewart B Thompson Third row N Griffin, J Zink, D drabe C Wright, S Carmicheal, M Bane, A Shaffer, P Hrabe, D Bartlett M G1"1GbGl,Y Low B hughee J Turnbull C Cabbage, L Ives Second row D Thyfault, D Verveka E Vanhorn, M Tipton D Bu S D Francis J Blauer, M Riffe G Uilles, A Buss, D Baxter C Kern, C Shmitz C Young, U Vose First row C McClain, W Hrabe D Stice J R1ffe,N Kelly, T Shaw,U Gartrell, W Sammons, L Pauley, Mrs Griebel ffi?c4 Back row D Sutton, L Marsell, J Sell, D Muir, D Saum, R Sammons, W Dunning, J Miller, N Colburn, D Muir, H Simons, G Colburn, M Blair, B Stithem, Third row D Hulse, F, McCauley, D Mason, B Duncan, H. Copper, B. Denio, D. Blue, H. Cunningham, E. Lucky, G. Buss J. Lawson, L. Stephens, D. Hulse, L. lhyfault, D. lhyfault, Seoond row: D. Stice, J. Muir, D. Odle, J. Miller, D. Gartrell, B. Walker, D, Sanders, D. Turnbull, J. Reeder, D. Cahail, D. Bird, E. Hunter, L. Muir, G. Wildrix, Front row: Mr. Blauer, E. Kern, D. Muir, D. Odle, D, Bigge, N, Voge, D, Kern 34 cvuziucz Kin ana! ,Queen Royal Party E Kern, E Bartlett, Attendants, D Hulse, Klng, J Maddy, Queen, D Hrabe, L Veverka, Attendants 35 r S E LJ' , x jfayaffaa Baca Row-D Casteel, N Bane, D Stlce, C Long, E Lampkln, N Ives, J Gump, Plfer, M Kenworthy, G Schultz, R McGee, C Cabbage, B lhonpson, L Stevens, Tblrd Row B Hrabe, E Van Horn, M Plffe, D nrancls, D Hraoe, M ilpton, P Hrabe, G Gllles, K Buss, M Garber, Y Low, K Stewart, B Hughes, J lurnoull, L Pratt, Second howw Hrabe, J San ers, D Buss, N Kelly, P leland Gartrell, B Tlght, T Shaw, W Sammons, A Shaffer, J Blauerf D Baxter, J Baxter, P Young, D Thyfault, Front how-Mrs Doherty, M Larson Stlce, C McCla1n, J Maddy CSec Q, C Wflght Pres D, E Bartlett V Pres Back low P Mulr, D Mulr, D Odle, D Blgge, D Mlller, C I ed, L Dunnlng, Cadoret, R Screen, D Danlels, M Blalr, F C doret,Th1rd low E Kern, B Denlo D Stlce, D Mason, L Snyder, D Blew, G Buss, D Saul, J Sanders A Stewart H Copper, J Feeder, E McCla1n, Second how A Cadoret, J Mulr, D Qdle, D Kern, D Gartrell, B lalker, D Turnbull, M Flemlng, D Hulse V Drvden, D Blrd, E Hunter, Mulr ront row-Mr Sheffer, F Poore 2d V1ce Pres R Samro s Sec D E Holler C Treas B Van Horn Csgn at Armsj, D Hrabe CPres D xllf lst Vlce Pres 36 14. 1 .. ,. 0 . . . . . . m, I .. slr- , Eu u 1:5 I 4 n do u V- o 5 9 ' . 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