Turpin High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Turpin, OK)

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EX L ,ff Q fix mm ,Q 3 f gf XX k SF RJ 3, HIIIIIIIII Jhllllllll DEDICATION To M s Alta Smith, whose twelve years of service to the Turpin School, this 1951 issue of THE CARDINAL is dedicated ,A TURPIN GRADE AND HIGH SCHOOL '912' C O , .EW M ' ' is ' .1-., , , X. ' ' 1-,4,.-.1 f .-. .- ,. ,V . if. 4 au I A -.f . Y ,A J .- f .. -"'f .- M - 4' '. . '- ' .- -,:,,-uivur , f' f YL ,,,-Z ,. A V EDUCATION E 1: 'rx 114 ,f Franzie Loepp Clerk Clifford Evans President Glen M ore Vice Pres 1 'W Otto Dale Dolph Yeung Member Member Hxiff ,N 34' 552 2 :il 1232: f 1 Z S f- . 'M' I gx 1 ! 1 1 '31, -'ws ,JW AY ' ' .if ' , A ' , y - .. , P V 1 ivy xx ilx R - I -5- ' 'fx as Frank B Moore Superintendent History Senior Sponsor Education is a sound investment in the future It is my sincere hope that the students of the Turpin High School have invested wisely and will profit immensely for the time spent within these halls of learning To the graduating class of 1951 we can only say we are sorry to see you depart, but more important, we wish you a wholesome and enriched life The faculty at Turpin High School is happy to have played a small part in the future of your success One of the very few investments that cannot be taken away from us is our education At the same time education has us ready to take advan tage of an opportunity when it is at hand Realizing this, our student body has been moving smoothly and they have taken advantage of the educational set up We are very proud of our student body and enjoyed having the privilege of helping themzhathe years of learn ing while we are here in their midst Mel Klassen Principal and Coach Science and Welding Junior Sponsor '11 Mrs Pauline Moore Mathematics English .I Mrs Alta Smith First and Second Grades 1' Mrs. Wilmuth Potter Sophomore Sponsor Home Economics CULTY l. 'O- 8'Ub N! s Rose Williford Mr James Williford Commerce Industrial Arts English Freshmen Sponsor 'W A ,j 1' Mrs Hazel Houston Grade Mathematics 1? Miss Helen Hofferber Fifth and Sixth Mrs Margaret DeSaute11 Music and Band dl lin '-Q' A I . J. W. Calvert Seventh and Eight Third and Fourth Grades Grades Grades Rkfg Q. 30M QuJr Q X U xg S: 'ST -ve rx Y:- , ,ink . Mr . . I . r-M X 1 , ' 8 I - 65"2 . T, , If N ' s Q' fra . QL ' . K ,Nfl A 74. I .3 - i , "F" gif or 9 x. M' A I I I . .g 1::5i-- .. , " A xv, an pg HQ 1,5 Pitch ' Times photo! Marc Shank Liberal Bee Jays' No. 1 fan Bud Whitmer is given the ball by catcher Andy Phillips before he threw out the first pitch of the 1997 season Friday. - l ... ALVIN D.Wl-IITMER TURPIN, Okla.'-- Alvin Doyle "Bud" Whitmer," 69, of Turpin, died Monday, Jan. 15, 2001, at his sister's home in Mesa, Ariz. He was born April 25, 1931, to George W. and Mattie M. fHopkej Whitmer in Turpin. He graduated from Turpin High School in 1949. He had worked for area famters. He also delivered newspapers for the Daily Oklahoman for many years and for the Southwest Daily Times for over '45 years. His hobbies included watching Bee .lay baseball, and he had attend- ed all the home games. He threw out the first ball of opening season sever- al years ago. He was a member of the Turpin United Melhofliel QDQXSH. 4!!9..Jl19. Turpin Senior Citizens. ' 1 "Survivors include - one sister, Sharon Lea Knutson and husband, Don, Mesa, and nieces, nephews and many cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Pat Davis. I Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Turpin United Methodist Church in Turpin with the Revs. Jerry Smith, Dan Frisby Travis Welch and Dan Pearce pre- siding. Burial will be at the Liberal Ceme- tery in Liberal. Friends may call from 1-8 p.m. Friday and from 8-II a.m. Saturday at Miller Mortuary in Liberal. The family suggests memorials to the Turpin Senior Citizens Center in care of Miller Mortuary 908 N. Lin- coln, Liberal, KS 67905. 1 A 3" Qi- MUTTO -qv'- nToday We Follow Tomorrow We Lea Arlis Hiebert Felix Huebner President Secy A Treas Basketball Basketball Baseball Baseball COLORS FLOWER Blue and White Bed Carnation La Vetra Evans Vice Pres Basketball Glee Club Softball -Q w Jim Shobert X I Basebal1...........l R Basketba1l.........3 Plays..... ....2 Footbal1..... ....2 3 F. F. . . .... 'R X Q .54 X I o 'L g "nv 1 0 ,!rr 5 an -fyf 1 ldv f ,, ls g Q J 3 . I 0.00 lOl1+ O Olltl 0002 Glee Club... ....H N-H Club.... ....2 .... ....h .... ....2 FF' . QV? . W Qi, . .... ....k . .... ....M DOI! IlOi,+ : xx N is N. 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Q 4 .........2 .... ....1 .... ....l fr A -C , AN V E , . ff . ........ 1 .... ..... 4 ... ..... ...1 ---- .--H CLASS HISTORY The Seniors who have attended good old Turpin through twelve long, hard, strenuous,brain racking years are Bessie Casady, LaVetra Evans, Walter Huebner, Felix Huebner, and Doyle Whitmer Neva Jean Zielke, Marilyn Rodgers, and Eugene Regier started to school at Turpin at the beginning of the second grade In the spring of l9'+'7, Mrs Susie Burris coached our play NHey Teachern There were eleven students that graduated from the eight grade In the fall of 1947, there were twelve students who enrolled in T H S They were LaVetra Evans, Marilyn Rodgers, Bessie Casady, Neva Jean Zielke, Walter Huebner Eugene Regier, Felix Huebner Owen Young, L G Polf, Bil Ediger, Arlis Hiebert and Doy e Whitmer We were sponsored our first year in high school by both Mrs Bertha Hill and Mrs Selma Witzke In our Sophomore year Marie Dobbs joined our class, but had to leave us before the year was over Also, Owen Young moved to Colorado and Eugene Regier left, too Our sponsor this year was Mrs Paul Finch In our Junior year we had the same students as the year coached our play, Damsels in Distressn This was the first experience of acting for some of the class At our Junior Senior Banquet we carried out the theme of the STORK CLUB We began our Senior year with 14 students They were Neva Jean Zielke, La Vetra Evans, Bessie Casady, Marilyn Rodgers, Arlis Hiebert, Doyle Whitmer, Bill Ediger, Walter Huebner, Felix Huebner, L G Polf, Jim Shobert Clayton Nichols, Eugene Regier, and Darrel Warren We elected Mr Moore as our sponsor Eugene came back to Turpin after attending O B A at Meno,Oklahoma his sophomore and junior years Jim hails from Nevada, Clayton from Colorado, and Darrel came from Kansas Marilyn left Turpin after the first six weeks because of her marriage Clayton and L G enlisted in the Navy Darrel went to Borger, Texas There are only ten of us to finish our Senior year One of our most important activities this year was the senior play,nThe Campbells Are Comingn, and also the success of the basketball teams on which we had five members,LaVetra Evans, Bessie Casadf, Arlis Hiebert, Eugene Reg1er,and Jim Shobert. We all feel that our time has been well spent and we owe much to our teachers, parents, and friends who have helped prepare us for the biggest school of all The School of Life We are sure we will look back and say that our school days were the happiests days of our life before. Mrs. Margaret DeSautell was our sponsor, and also Il TH CAMPBELLS ARE COMING Senior Play December 1, 1950 Characters Ma Brannigan lho lives for her grandchildren LaVetra Evans Catalpa Tapp The hillbilly servant Retta Rea Hershey Betty Brannigan Ma's younger granddaughter Emma Lou Huebner Dick Brannigan Ma's grandson Eugene Regier Cyrus Scudder Who wants to marry Ma Walter Huebner Jeffrey Scudder His nephew Arlis Hiebert Kaye Brannigan Ma's elder granddaughter Bessie Casady Kingston Campbell Kaye's fiance Felix Huebner Mrs Augusta Campbell His aristocratic mother Neva Jean Zielke Time Uclguvvfx' A Saturday morning in 5une Place The Brannigan's summer cabin by a lake in the Ozarks The living room of the Brannigan cabin About ten o'clock on a June morning The same as Act I Two days later at eleven A M III. The same as in previous acts A few minutes later Sponsor M s Moore tl 7' 1 B 4 5 g , 'dk AW: 3' f' ' x , " f n. 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J L.. nv .A SENIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM FRONT ROW Florence Dick, Leota Sherrill, Dorothy Glover, Mary Beaty, LaVetra Evans, Veta Belle Caldwell SECOND ROW Retta Rea Hershey, Jimmie Potter, Bessie Casady Deloris Beaty, Barbara Shaffer, Lois Lewis, and 1CoachJ Me Klassen Coach Mel Klassen Captain LaVetra Evans The Turpin girls basketball team finished first in the Beaver County Conference by being undefeated in the '50 51 season The girls played six conference games and won all of them by a safe margin In the Beaver County Tournament the Turpin girls were runners up They also were the District Champions They won this by a large margin, to go on to the regional tourna ment Their record for the season were 2h wins and 3 loses e scores of the games played are as follows Bethany Balko Hardesty Eureka Keys Forgan Adams Beaver Texhoma Tyrone Bethany Knowles Texhoma Gate 4 22 2 28 ss 18 18 Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin 1 Conference Games J Beaver County Tournament Knowles 6 Balko Beaver Eureka Adams Hardesty Carman Forgan Balko Beaver Gate Balko Tyrone N Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin 30 Turpin 33 33 Turpin 55 22 Turpin E2 2 Turpin 19 Turpin 37 33 Turpin 3k Alva Tournament District Tournament in rt, ', '..r',y'4 gf, W "Yi 43" I Ji!r:z!X I jp' ,ik an wfgfiaw 3 -I Q ' iq Q 'lksx ,4SNk, , .rs V X - 5 ' ,3"1l2fg 1 . i . 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Z? 1' 53 23 23 38 28 E9 19 an 25 39 39 1 - 31 30 10,53 8,1 X! 44 D SENIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM FRONT ROV Alvis Hinz B rr Brown, Arlis Hiebert, Jim Shobert, Donald Witzke SECOND ROW John Peters Donnie Plett, Eugene Regier, Paul Kirton, James Rodgers, and Coachb Mel flassen Coach Mel Klassen Captain Arlis Hiebert The Turpin boys basketball team finished second in the Beaver County Conference They also took third in the Beaver County tournament, and were runner up in the district tourney Their record for the season were 21 wins and 9 loses The scores of the games played are as follows Bethany Balko Hardesty Eureka Keys Forgan Adams Liberal 'Beaver Texhoma Tyrone W Bethany ' Knowles Texhoma 'Gate 32 Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin ?Beaver ?Beaver Forgan Eureka Adams Hardesty Jet Alva 'Forgan 'Balko Beaver UBetheny UForgan nKnowles Tyrone Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin Turpin ' Conference Games Alva Tournament 5 Beaver County Tournament U District Tournament TBOPHIES WON 1950 '51 FRONT ROW Jr High Boys second, Sr High Boys, third Br High Girls, second, Sr H gh Girls, Conference Winners, rude Boys first, Jr High Girls first BACK ROW Jr High G rls, rn-sl, Jr nigh Boys, second, Br High Girls, msn-in champ- ions, Jr High Girls, second, Sr High Boys, Basebal1,second P BOYS BASEBALL TEAM RRONT ROW Leonard Hill, Virgil wwitzke Alvin Hin: John Peters Arlis Hiebert, Paul Kirton, Derell Carson AECOHD ROW: hee Hershey, Vernon Plett, Donnie Plett, Barr Brown, Donald Witzke, Eugene Regier, Janes Rodgers, Jin Shobert and CCos.chD Hel Klassen X JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM FRONT ROW Shirley Mae Dick, Mary Kinney, Sharon Whitmer, Helen Murray, Emma Lou Huebner, Mary Windsor, Joan Caldwell SECOND ROW Jimmie Potter Barbara Shaffer, Alberta Buxton, Deloris Beaty, Anita Watkins, Shirley Carson, and CCoachD Mel Klassen First Place winners of Junior High Invitational Tournament at Turpin and Beaver County Junior High Tournament at Forgan -an-f JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM ONT ROW: L rd Hill Leo Witzke Gary Franz. SECOND ROW! g?rgi1 Witzkeiongonald Potter, Max Hiebert. THIRD ROW: CCoachJ Mel Klassen, Hugh Williams, Vernon Plett, Leon Smith, Derell Carson Second Place Winners of Junior High COUHPY Tournament Bt F0TS8D- Lorene Dick, Jean Evans, Shirley Mae Dick, Mary Kinney, Karen Wheeler, Mary Windsor, Patty Potter Carol Combs, Anita Watkins Helen Murray, Alberta Buxton, and C oachb Mel Klassen " rw GRADE BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM FRONT ROW. Max Hiebert, John Dorman Gagg Franz, Donald Potter, Franzie Loepp, CCoachJ Mel Klassen. BECO ROW: Jimmie Caldwell, Roy Dean Moore, Chester Barnes, Vernon Issac, and Royce Rodgers. First Place Winners of P. T. A. Tournament at Forgan. x y xx. , N, 3 X1 1 M NX B, - , - f N , , GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM e . U A N r 7 4 L 4 zz Q L l.. l.1 I . - , L:f1 1 M, l Xi x XLR XJQ - .I V3 HI IIVIIIH ' ' 5'ffI :l i VN I I I I ll ARI l Nl WSAFIUNS fn' ul: S1 luml Sv 1 4 ilu nrt F Ulnl Nfl Ill! x lSllfllllll 1 6-x t , Y v W w 1 7 IJ 'AL J 41 'I X ,' B: .' Q 1 1 llc-1-ll P L Y fu' if Y 4x Y V 7 V YY L' v' 1 AL I L W z ' f ' ' ' X 4 K ' x x na a , The Turpin B nd w s or, ni7ed in 1 MQ by Mrs Margaret DeSaute11 dlrector, who lQ Stlll 1th us This yeqr we h ve grown to 30 h xe mqrched in mar des t Liberal, Goodwell, Bewver, end Guymon l 'TX' Rhythm Band composed of fir t and second graders Mrs M rgaret DeSaute11, music director x I . ' V VV I 1 ' f fn fu 'vf' F . 4. l . ' ,uw I ,. , a .- I , members, composed of both high school :nd grade students. They E - . ' sl ll H T 1 I . H . s s L . . P GIRLS TRIO LEOTA SHERRILL GERALDINE UNRUH RETTA REA HERSHEY GIRLS QUARTET LEOTA SHERRILL, EMI! LOU HUEBNER, GERALDINE UNRUH, RETTA REA HERSHEY .. t I : no A 2 1 f ' XML qw gf l AE 5 , f, . JI' X LQ gwf mg-.pe ' '.vwvm1vs J MIXED QUARTET Arlis Hiebert Retta Rea Hershey Geraldine Unruh, Donald Witzke, and CDirector Margaret DeSautel V1 m BOYS QULRTET Arlis Hiebert, John Dale Peters, Barr Brown, Donald Witzke, and CDirectorJ Margaret Desautell. i Q 'T A , -i I A. I ff xl f- N40 f A t V , W1 , N , L 1 U' I J I ' - " 1 3 P-'v , X - , 1 A Ng, Wag, N, . '3 , , ,5 . , -fl 9 A 4- Nvfan-' A - ' , V' - -4' 5 , 4 .", Q 'fu V' ' AA " ,-- GIRLS GLEE CLUB FRONT ROW Leot Sherrill, Betty Hendrick, Ruby Windsor, Neva Jean Zielke, Bessie Casady, Geraldine Unruh, Marlene Hinz SECOND ROW Joyce King, Veta Bell Caldwell Barbara Shaffer Em a Lou Huebner, Jimmie Potter, Barbara Po f, Joan Caldwell THIRD ROW Retta Rea Hershey, LaVetra Evans, Deloris Beaty, Dorothy Glover, Mary Beaty, Lois Lewis, and Florence Dick BOYS GLEE CLUB H' FRONT ROW Bill Nichols, John Peters, Leon Smith, Jim Shobert, Gordon Barnes, Leonard Hill SECOND ROW Barr Brown, Paul Dean Kirton, Arlis Hiebert, Donald Witzke CDirectorD Margaret DeSautell 'j'Q ni MAJORETTES Marlene Hinz, Barbara Shaffer, and Jimmie Potter 000 F5 MIXED CHORUS FRONT ROW: KDir-ectorb Margaret DeSautell, Joan Caldwell, Leota Sherrill, Retta Rea Hershey, Betty Hendrick, Neva Jean Zielke, La Vetra Evans, Lois Lewis, Marlene Hinz, Florence Dick, Jim ie Potter. SECOND ROW: Donald Witzke, Gordon Barnes, Deloris Beaty, Arlis Hiebert, Paul Dean Kirton, Jim Shobert, Barr Brown, John Peters,Bil1 Nichols, Felix Huebner THIRD ROW: Ruby Windsor, Bessie Casady, Veta Belle Caldwell, Joyce King, Barbara Shaffer, Mary Beaty, Dorothy Glover, Geraldine Unruh, Emma Lou Huebner, and Barbara Polf. We s-:fn TURPIN 4 H CLUB The Turpin H H Club began its new year of '50 '51 by electing the following officers President Arlis Hiebert Club Mother Mrs John Hiebert Vice Pres Donnie Plett Club Father Mr Franzie Loepp Secy Treas Barbara Shaffer Sponsor Mr J W Calvert Reporter Paul D Kirton Sponsor Mrs Hazel Houston At the Beaver County Fair in September, the Turpin 4 H Club was outstanding Arlis Hiebert received five Grand Champions with his hogs,and Max Hiebert received two with his Hampshire sheep Dortha Lea Duerson placed first with her record book, and other members placed high with their exhibits, making a total of approximately 8150 in prize money taken by our club As a result of their outstanding club work, Arlis and Max Hiebert won a trip to the Oklahoma State Fair In addition to this, Arlis also was given an expense paid trip to the American Royal at Kansas City, Missouri, a trip to the Purina Research Farms near St Louis, sponsored by the Security Elevator Company, and the County Showmanship Plaque At the annual achievement banquet, Dortha Duerson received a 4 H jacket from the Anthony Home Demonstration Club, andArlis Hiebert was given the County Livestock Medal and a 3100 bond from the John A Brown Company The interest and work of the members of the 4 H have made the Turpin Club one of the outstanding clubs in the county We have progressed far this year and hope the interest will continue and bring greater success to the Turpin Club during the coming years. i ss- :ni 99 az., ii .suv ,K Ribbons won by H H members at the Five State Free Fair at Liberal, the Beaver County Free Fair at Beaver and the Texas County Free Fair at Guymon The small medal and the S100 bond were presented at the county achievement banquet to Arlis Hiebert The ribbons represent plenty of hard work and about S150 in prize money The Spring Stock Show ribbons were not available Awards one first, three seconds, one third, a fourth and a fifth This represented S30 in prize money 'f 'ff +9 'H-Q1 an HU! 1 NIUN -FLMNP First place, lo-H float at Beaver Demonstration team, Patty Potter and Joy Ann Dirks Hampshire sheep, owner Max Hiebert Grand Champion barrow, owner Arlis Hiebert Hereford steer placed fourth at Spring Fat Stock Show, owner Franzie fee Loepp Hereford calf, owner Franzie Lee Loepp Hereford steer, placed second at Spring Fat Stock Show, owner Arlis Hiebert xg! n-" uulhkk Nl-' UNUL I-' -Nl G9-Q Ag 1 , Star Player Crowning of Sweetheart k Queen Bathing Beauty Hot Rod Convention Three Musketeers Turpin Band at Beaver Going in is it? Monkey Section L G Polf, a sailor Watch out Marlene. Say, what a shot' Children must play. Surprised, Barr? Turpin Senior High Girls Team. Industrious Student. High School Float at Beaver. Watch'e Doyle. tr 0977 whim 'vm Q . Just Talking. - . Cooling off, Retta. . Sweetheart and Queen. . What's broke down, Leo? . Walter Huebner. . Turpin R Beaver Senior High Boys. I- .l df-XL i 0 Z ' P7 NNN' flfgg Bildad Tapp Green Freshmen Just Looking Natural Is that Lois? Kbep her warm, Barr Cleaning her feet What' Trying to h Home from a Trip Shame on you Loisl 11 Something funny? The Hot Rod ans Q, s Jim? 'Lib :sie 1k Going Someplace Eating Again Barr thinks he's a girl too Sleepy Head Don't hurt her Gerry A Long Stretch, Mary Band Members Busy Study Hall Some Silly Nuts Poor Freshmen Did it hurt, Red? ful' , ' s " ,, 1- . K Q Ihwu- , :'4 , .. ff' - x V 1 X bf 4 I bi x gs JC ' 5 A A y I, xw g I 4.. W K m 'J f . fu. A " Q29 ' nh Xk X If 'V jg- X 17. It A . 1 ' Q , 15 z , V3 fa S Q k f ' , bf I Ka.. X Q X 1 3 4 1, Q A ' , - :E -M Ag H '- '-QF. 1 . -nt an - fx ggll 2 11, ' 5 llxyx x finite L- ,Q ' S Q . w, 'f 1- .l.q'i, J .. 5 ,F 5 1. . 12. ? 2. . 1 . . f ' . 1 f . ' . . 16. . O Q 170 a 7' 0 18. 0 8. . 19. . 9' O 200 I 10. 21. . . 22. X153 0. M FD ER' VCA-BC Jff+6L M 15 C, EN- n 5 ff Ms 12 15? I l ZAUA- fi X, I NX Cowgirls and Cowboys A Real Cowboy School Sweethearts Oh' You lucky boy What no brooms Beauty Contestant Where's Jim? Joyce and Bill L Boy Quiz Kid THE LIFE AFTER Doodlebug Cowboys Losing Something, Barbara J2f Neva and Arline Why are you smiling so pretty Three Morons Speed Demon Charles H Next Governor, Governor of what? More Eaters Basketball Player Caught Again Strip Down 1 e M .KM A , ' ,A ' 4 7,,- ., r c gg. ' The Turpin Industrial Arts Department made a sweep of the annual industrial arts contest at Goodwell Panhandle A 8 M College April lk, 1950, when they won over Goodwell, Beaver, Forgan and Hugoton Turpin accumulated 23 points for Sweep stakes, as against 13 for Goodwell which took run up honors Top Row Second in Mechanical Drawing Felix Huebner Second in Beginning Hand Woodwork Robert Antrim Sweepstakes plaque for school Third Advanced Hand Woodwork Leroy Beaty Third Wood Turning Leo Plett Bottom Row First Mechanical Drawing Walter Huebner First Rafter Cutting Felix Huebner First Advanced Hand Woodwork Walter Huebner 1 A I fx W ra? ,E Ribbons won by Grade and High School Educational Departments at the Beaver County Fair, in September 1950 lO First Place Ribbons 12 Second Place Ribbons 10 Third Place Ribbons f if 1 0. J'-,, I I in ...... in .................. : in ....... in ............ in ... A '- MN ,' A 4 ' 4 Wg.-WI, shew ra fl ,- Nj H EU ,J am, X: 5 ,- - L V f,4A ng ' - 1 ' - xxx 'gtff Q: if - .M H , , f f , 'p 7 EJY4 ' V4.3 ,Sy . X . ' 'J f L f1'l 'mm E URPNHIII ' Il I T W Kim ,,,g SE 'T gh TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM BUS DRIVERS Clyde Combs James Williford, Wayne Hiatt, Mel Klassen, J W Calver , Ralph Bobbitt, Dee Caldwell, an Leroy Bobbitt .ii 'Li 40 """1"f -1-R -1 3 S Niki. INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND WELDING DEPARTMENT Walter Huebner, Doyle Whitmer John Peters, Charles Plett, Felix Huebner, and Eugene Regler e , , Q., . Q ' , Q .1 X 4. , 'Q' o X ' I Ill . I r x II J A I' Nw - - I .. - J 1 " - I - . ' x , lc J I 4- ' , . . Q!! I .QI I I ' .fg I s ' I Ll' ,'-' Y , .- - 4 'U ' .J I'11 -al 1 CTN 4 -' . ' .3 IMI. ,'. . , f fi I ff In 1 , a. ' ' C , 3 1 , ' f'Wj,x: -V . ' . ' ul 4 vxfxx ' -1 Q, f X , ',' . r," V ml I V ag I U Q f EQ . rf " , 1. - , I ' ' I .I r My , N , ! r TX , 'I XT - ' .5 XX . 4 g., . 1 ' .uf 1 5-.gy 'W r rf ,,.gLf,2T"'T N 4 I A! 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OILS CHEVROLET SALES 6: SERVICE Aermotor Windmills and Deep Well Pumps TURPIN OKLAHOMA EtAt HERBERT ETRICK p i Fayes Cafe 6. Truck Stop l..blK Tp O h I. T. Smith. Prop .. Q A .. DIAL 3706 on Highway 64 and 83 "Coffee Non-Better" i em cmsczs ur in, klchomc Meet With Your Friends in Liberal At 54 DRIVE -IN CAFE O Meals O Short Orders O Steaks O Malts 0 Sundaes OPEN ll 30 A M TQ MIDNIGHT Curb SSIVlCG 4 OO PM to Mldnlght CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE CLASS OE 1951 From Your Erlendly FURR FOOD STORE Hlghest Quahty at Lowest Prlces BEST WISHES T0 THE GRQWING GENERATTQN Paul W l.1ght Lumber Company LUMBER COAL PAINT BUILDERS HARDWARE 2 s th K T 1 ph The Robmson Equlpment Company Inc 105 W 1 s 1 Your Internat1onal Harvester Dealer Rig N I I 10 ou ansas e e one 4541 Liberal. Kansas I I ' n es econd S reet Liberal, Kansas Motor Trucks Krause Plows e ri erati FIRST NATIONAL BANK 5 Fnendly G EHICIGIIT CCDNGRATULATICDN TO CLASS OF 1951 NU STYLE SHOE STORE Shoes for the Entlre Formlly X Ray FH 212 RAVENSCROFT 6 KELLY Llberal Kansas s 1 ARROW t 1 KEEP U NEAT CLEANERS T C E Phone 2022 Over 0 Years in Liberal. Kansas V2 N. Kan Lib l Hart Schaffner 6 Marx Clothes Florsh im Shoes t H t Sh' - Shor s - Ties - Und rwear . . verson. Owner 326 N th Kansas Liberal. K TEDFORD IMPLEMENT COMPANY Sales and Service REO - MASSEY-HARRIS Electric and Acetylene Welding 4381 ' I ROSS MOTOR SERVICE Phone 3611 4 s Ih K CONGRATULATIONS TO Tl-IE CLASS OP 1951 REDFORD MOTOR COMPANY CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Scdes G Service 318 N eh K DODGE I b R t d TRUCKS SMITH CRAIG MOTORS 111 T 1 ph 2557 st 4th St L RSth IBCQ Ph Lib I K Wcl er R Clyde R O1 Ifb I K ansas Liberal. 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B MOTOR COMPANY FORD MERCURY 1109213 fhM P ryf 'r I n Liberal, Kansas Sales - Service l I rize aes and Se 'ce Ph 3887 115-117 West 2nd St Liberal, Ka 21 ou cxnscxs Liberal, K nsas - ou ain er on. ex WESTERN CHEVROLET COMPANY THE HOOKER ADVANCE THE BEAVER LIVESTOCK SALE YOUR BEST HOME MARKET FIRST NATIONAL BANK Comphments of Guymon, Oklahoma Hooker, Oklahoma Beaver, Oklahoma UNDER ONE CONTINUOUS MANAGEMENT POR VER 16 YEARS . wner TELEPHONE NO Beaver, Oklahoma TESY - FFICIENCY - PATTERSON IEWELRY Watcnes Dlawands Cllverware GIIIS That Last L1bera1 Vansas Pnone 9652 PHOTOGRAPHY Portralt P Cornnle C al Any Here Anvt me odak E msnma P1 LJ e E arm g ARGANBRIGHT STUDIO ao Kansas Iberal Kansas PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK Always Frxendly I.1bera1 Kansas WILKINS IEWELERS Estabhshed 1910 Llberal Kansas Comphrnents of Pennlngton Electnc Co Llberal Kansas HETTIC APPLIANCE CO 23 W 3rd St L1bera1 Kansas Servel Maytag Fr1g1da1re Slnce 1922 the SOUTHWESTS LEADING 11 45ml W2 Iohnson Floor Covermg Floor Covermg Center of the Southwesf Q08 xO 111 Kansas L be al Ka sas MULLIN FURNITURE INC Wholesale Petad LEONARD EASY GRAND PHILCO APPLIANCE STORE I Naeral Kansas . 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