University High School - Eagle Yearbook (Lawrence, KS)

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Angeline Stavros leaves her strong love for Franklin Roosevelt, the Demo- cratic Party, and her ability to argue the cause to Dan Young. Ralph Wiechman leaves his knowledge of physics to Marvin LeSeur. Francisco Valderama wills the pictures of his Columbian senoritas to Don Grob. May he take good care of them. J'im McCoy leaves his ability to be on time to every class every day and a record of never going to sleep in class to Myrna Cooper in hopes that these good and honorable records are upheld. Carol Blackwood wills her athletic ability to Betty Cobb. Donna King wills her ping pong ability to Clifford Tatham. Carl Sneegas wills his rock crushing ability to Coach Clothier. Lee Barlow leaves his Paola drivers license and all of his tomato juice to J'. B. Richard. Marie Jeffries leaves her waitress ability to Ethel May Houk. Betty Van Camp wills her ability to go to school and keep house to .Tennettie Cox. Bill Slamin wills his hazy, lazy daze to Marian Weeks. Helen Brooks wills her loyalty to the Republican Party to Ducky Cooper. Pat Daniels wills her heart to Bruce Purdue and her dramatic ability to Susie Johnson. C. I. Elliott wills his basketball ability to Warren Moline "who needs it." The Senior Class leaves Miss Litchen to next year's Senior Class. 8 - Our principal, Mr. Karl D. Edwards, has been our true friend and leader for the past three years. Mr. Edwards has a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science degree from Kansas State and is now working on his Ph. D. at K. U. Dr. George Baxter Smith, the Dean of the School of Education, is with us for the third year. Dr. Smith was here at the University one year before he went into the Army. He spent four years in the Army, and then came back to us. He came to K. U. from Iowa University. University High is just one small part in his department, but Dr. Smith is always interested in us and our work. Best Wishes from Weaver's Department Store. Miss Ruth Litchen Senior Core, A.B., M.A., U. of Kansas. Miss Vida Dunbar Freshman Core, Algebra, Geometry, M.A., U. of Kansas, A.B., Park Col- legeg Parksville , Mo. Q on as Viqzh.. C' -o 1 is 4 as Mr. Arthur R. Partridge Assistant Principal, Jun- ior Coreg Driving, A.B., U. of Kansas. Mr. Clarence Mullenix Chemistry, Biology, Phys- icsg A.B., Fort Hays Kan- sas State Co1leg KW M? 7 I M5 ' 0-9 2 Wi 'V , ,,1 :Ute- Mr. Grant Clothier Coach, Sophomore Core B. S., U. of Kansas. JMQMW ii Mrs. Margaret Vannest Librarian, B.E. , Northern Illinois State Teachers College. This page sponsored by Winter Chevrolet. 10 'Kb' "',7'7? i' this f if Qllra , . , . in f A ,gg ,Aan '6 . 'x 4 Xqiy, A S ' E .pw " ' 3351, , ra x YZ" X: ' f . WW! 5 ' fi! is s Q , A gift' '9 4 Mrs. Connie Steinke Spanishg A.B., M.A., U. of Kansas. fi , fiuueosxs 9cxs.'1? IC Coggsla us+Eri3 ' Miss Maude Beamer Latin: M.A., Ph.D., U. of Mo. Mrs. Vivian Scoggin Speech and Dramatics English and Journalism A.B., B.F.A. Phillips U M.A., Northwestern U. 'NQ 'S' agp- Mrs. Margaret Slaughter Home Economics: A.B:, U. of Kansas: M.S. , Iowa State Col. N, Y Mrs. Grace Witt My Speech and Drarnaticsg 1 English and Journalism, xp X A.B., U. of Kansas. nqigqkmmih V QQ? ,ff J 2 ,w:::GJ ,155 Mrs. Jean Scott C 5' Typing, Shorthand, Book- , keeping: B.S., Fort Hays io Kansas State College. Hoist gc UL - P Compliments of the Independent Laundry and Dry Cleaners. 11 Miss Joie Stapleton . gill Q sf , 4? O'u I Physical Educationg B. S., Q """k.M U. of Kansasg A. A., Col umbia U. AW is Mr. Gerald Carney 'ptegiml-fducaifan. Q Mr . Reginald Str ait Physical Educationg B. A M. A., Iowa State. Band, Chorus: B. S. in Ed., U. of Mo.: M. A. Music Ed Northwestern U. z 'V' F53 1 A .VEL- ?pf qriffu FQ. 1 ig ,.:': 'uw 1' 'S' WT., 'nigga rg XX Q 5 Ui 5' nv :s ::v uw . Di U, y 905 we 53 9-L rn . ..., . 51' "' ' vnu E: ' 3 po E gn-4 This page sponsored by F. D. Funk. 12 s fo... ,xg A . 'W' an ng 3 BILL MOOMAU if X E 1 A KNXNXZ MARVIN LE SUER i 'fi Q' ,F for HAROLDEAN TRANBARGER kg I .f " xA ,i GAYLORD TEFFT 6 'AlN my 5 1,1 X Q . ,gf X NSR BILL DAVIS Q, 'gn SQFN i??gZgf7fN'h.. figs 5: MDXW N v ' - " - : fsfiw " A " 'Q .4 E X ffi' nf :fs DON cRos l,:::g?,Q:4'7 A: Q JA 3 I, Q2 - 3 Z 3 ' 1 f'! 'I k'i-N N. 'o xo A ':f A' .aw ,mx 7 . 'kik:,' 5 'gqnf , futqe x of' .i - s f Q A CL Ass OFFICERS L- vb DAN HALLMARK Q5 so - Q Ei. ...A JENNETTIE COX QW w PEGGY KEEFER Km M' 1 A fu.,-r W GENE PERRY MARVIN LE SUER President PHYLLIS LYTLE Vice-President ETHAL MAY HOUK Sec.-Treas. DAN YOUNG GAYLURD TEFFT Senate MYRNA COOPER DON GROB Jr. Red Cross Reps inn :-Y 5 ' E A N W L' A A, B., MYRNA COOPER 1 wfl..W YSSQP ROY AXLINE JOE DUNHAM i 5 wwf N N JAMES RAGAN 1:2 an .5 Q. QQ:7 'A' ix' QQQK ' zgiikk PHYLLIS LYTLE .Q,.+e , Mun bw f-rv 11- 4. I' Q u , . 1 DAVID FLEAGLE , "" ,-.V " it 'Q lo W.. DAN YOUNG '...?." 'YJ' fs 3 .- gk Hw5..,,,,. A, I lv ' f A JOHN RICHARD Q 4 'A' 'N 1 v " ETHEL MAY Houx ROBERT IALONE i .N og' ig Q3 -A., -, .- o,,s igkv -,a .M ' Y P CLIFFORD TATHAU WALLACE COUPER Compliments of Kee1er's Book Store. li 5 A WN 'ik , f Q4 A --A.. .-'+R Qi A DAVID JOHNSON W' f ..A. Q ' 1 my It 3 B y 434 A A is A A A A 1 'N ' A MARGARET PARKS is .if:, -VARY, V QRF5 "' s A 1 NSF' 55- 273 ' A . 4 H A EARL SOMIER THOMAS AIIYX Q is Y , wi E W QV. ,,1.T?3v-:JA A w15 !f xigtssfffp Ag DE ETTA CLARK 1.2 A'- ASV S :lf aww :huge ,i E- : ' .XX -' J -5- 4 -5, 06 Q 4 rl E Q 4 9 'I 5: ,... Rf,.A WJ 555 'HW-4' W Q A QQ , 'iigfx-k:f' -swwliefgf-i Q-.gziggfwwff - K. . . K A f. ,. X. - ., ,Ja -N mr . iiiii.-LE? X 'K WARREN LDLINE wk gi 7 1 A-ww Wven A .V el! W IARIAN WEEKS FRANCES LYNN - A x Se c - Tr ees . , JOYCE STUUT Q WARREN MOLINE E Senate Rep. FRANCES LYNN A egg . ORVAL CRAIG 1 5 15- Jr. Red Cross Rep. l A . . ,xxx ' LEON BAYS IJ Q D l""l-A """' .,., . .. R iff iiw . ,ww ., ffm V .Qi . IAQ, fm, ,lei Nl., . A. , Zh MM, -duff' Jovcn s'rou'r Q CLASS OFFICERS , " GERALD SNYDER 'A V A A President V IRENE NICKEY A N A A 2 if Vice-President ORVAL CRAIG MARI AN WEEKS an ' SUSANNA JOHNSON - ikidgg-lllhyn: f kgii f 5 Wi ,W ,. R Y ix Qi, "1,L 2 ,,.'V ' A A BRUCE PERDUE .FXQ DALE KERR R My 'M N it iw n A . JUDY DANIEL , Q31 J Ei 'K' .V W..'L.,. ETTA LOUISE EADS GENE SUUYER Compliments of Channel Sanders. IA A A I Q A I h,,. A A , wr A Q? , II I I ,, A , AM ,, ,vm S am vm Q . . gg- N . . . X, Q a k. X K AA A. MQ Illlgjjiilgglii Aim K k k I qi. mx - .K C. ,k. Lk-AVk lifyil Img., kk x I 1 In A f 2 f . WL BILL RING DORIS HARPER CHARLES WCXJD NANCY LOU CAIN CHESTER PAFF KATHRYN PA'I'l'0N -- ' .L - Y A if 'AWL " 'Q V T' AN A 4+ I N A H -URN ' 'A I f', use-vw A Ju, 0 waz 5 A xi , 0 -I0 DONNA MAYHUGH HERBERT PURVIS BARBARA RICHARDSON I L I K 3 E, Nw W., fp: A A A f Nw 7 ,A A mam: '-www CLASS OFFICERS NORMAN MILLER President BOB NAFF Vice-Presi dent. JAMES MURPHY Sec.-Trees. i 'K RC W JAMES o'N1l-:LL JAMES MURPHY 7 NORMAN MILLER son NAFF QETTY COBB A A benate Hepa. ,, 'x"3I HERBERT PURVIS ' A BARBARA RICHARDSON i ' Q! A L 5' Red Cross Reps. J' .5694 L, H jg' QA .Aw ,, 1 A "' f v f M'MN if AP' L 2 ' M. E if .MNM A A A ' Q 5 ,P A . '- gf? , V , N- A V, ,, .. V VA y A -'R X u A 'Q M A I am-'rv coma GENE o'M1sL1. PATRICIA TATMAM U n I B B 5 AA AF-W H v MMAAM I A gk I A if 'af 1 A. os 4 0 I A V - '-12 ' 0 G ' A A I Vw -,'1"" F1 0,9 QQ - A RIN' ,-yu' jg Q2 I Q A A al' CLIFTON JAMES DON PURVIS JACK LAWSON iii? 'Qi W. vs"""' www - 1 'S CHARLES JACKMAN PHYLLIS DUNAKIN DAVID HANSON MARY HELEN FOSTER PHILLIP WEHRIAN DONA HTICKS Compliments of Fritzel Jayhawk Dairy. 15 1 -Li X -L.. X Y WE SHOOK THE FAMILY TREE "We Shook the Family Tree" was presented Thursday and Friday evenings, November 18 and 19. It was quite a riot and very successful. The audience waited for the curtain to go up promptly at 8:00 while backstage the chairs were shaking under the weight of several nervous actors and actresses. Everyone had stage fright, but the first night performance was unusually good. Pat Daniel played the part of Hildegard, and was the person responsible for shaking ' I hn the family tree. Bruce Perdue and David Johnson played her brothers. Susie o son 1 d Hilde ard's young sister Mother and Father were ably portrayed by Carl P aYe 8 - Sneegas and Margaret Latimer. Hildegard's boy friend, Freddie, was Lee Barlow. Marian Weeks and Joe Dunham played Lee's parents. The play was well received by the audience and everyone, including the participants, enjoyed it. The play ran for two nights to good crowds. Compliments of Bell Music. 16 DIARY OF A "FORTY-NINER" September 20, 1968--Reading the Journal-Worldtonight I saw a picture of this year's Freshman Class at good old University High School. One face looked strangely familiar. Checking underneath the picture I found the name, Lee Barrow, Jr. Papa Lee, who now owns his own farm out by Lakeview, must be pretty proud to have the first of his ten sons entering University High. September 29, 1968--Ran into my old classmate, Nadine Blackwood, on the street today. She and her medical missionary husband are home on furlough from Timbuctu. Came home to find the wife had bought eleven brushes from the Fuller man, who left his card. Wasn't surprised to find it was C. I. Elliott. Glancing through the ads in Life, I came upon a familiar face. It was Marie Jeffries, now the "Model Mother" of the Double Dimple Smearless Bubble Gurn Company. An article in the Star tonight tells of Francisco Va1derrama's appointment to the newly-created office of Minister of Sports in the Columbian government. November 18, 1968--Came on a business trip to Washington, D.C., this week. Takinga short-cut back to my hotelthrough a dark street last night, almost fell over Angie Stavros down on her hands and knees with a magnifying glass. Seems she is first assistant to I. Edgar Hoover and very busy tracking down Communists. Wife and I were lookingnat toytrains for young son, Karl D. , today. The fanciest was the E.A. Stene-Atomic Electronic Educational Train, complete with atomic power. Listening to my favorite radio commentator tonight, Philter Phinchell, I was surprised to hear him announce that the famous opera singer, Margaret Latimer, will retire from the Met next season. She is buying out Dorothy Dix and will take over her advice to the love-lorn column. Everyone's talking about the new filibusteringrecord set by Senator Ralph Wiechrnan. He's been going fifteen days now against an appropriation to build a picket fence around our world to isolate it from the other planets. March 19, 1969--Wife and I have been looking at catalogues of boarding schools, where we might send daughter, Ruth Eleanor, next year. Have just about decided on Blackwood's Female Seminary for the Advancement of Learning, founded and operated by Carol Blackwood, Was startled to see the "Man of Distinction" in Life this week was none other than .Tim McCoy in white tie and tails. It is said that he now owns several race-tracks and awards a prize of a college scholarship each year to the boy with the best "hot-rod." April 6, 1969--I see by the Journal-World that the former Donna King is back in town. I don't imagine she has much time to spend with her twelve children since she became such a popular lecturer. Must go to hear her lecture here next week on 'Child Psychology. " Phil- ter Phinche1l's latest flash is that the great studios of Paramount and M.G.M. are to be merged in Hollywood under the leadership of Bill Slamin. Tonight the Star gives all the details about the American Women's All-Star Football Team going to the next Olympics. Pat Daniel, All-American football player of 1955, is to be the coach. Had been thinking of taking a rocket trip this summer and found a jet-propelled excursion to the moon offered at a fairly reasonable rate by Carl Sneegas inthe new issue of Holiday magazine. In the same issue was an ad by the Bill Naff "Moon-Acres" Realty Company listing for sale or rent lakeshore property around the crators of the moon, complete with private docks for space-ships. June 12, 1969--The .Tournal-World tonight carries a long article about Helen Brooks and her oldest son who both received Ph.D's on the platform at Columbia University today. A telegramjust arrived from Betty VanCamp. She and husband, Verl, who are now the top executives in the Montgomery Ward Company, have just driven the last nail in their new fifty-room mansion at Palm Springs, and are calling a reunion of the class of '49 to celebrate. .Tuly 4, 1969--Arrived this morning amid the popping of atomic-crackers, an appropriate welcome for the class of '49, Who should greet me at the door here at Betty's but dear old Miss Litchen. Poor Soul! She is in a wheel-chair and quite feeble. Sponsoring Senior classes at U.H.S. finally wore down even her iron- clad spirit. She says she is writing her memoirs. I wonder if, when the others get here, we could raise enough money to buy her off! 17 Bill Naff Shortstop Bill Moomau Pitcher sou, n Orval Craig Left Field 57's Gene Perry Third Base Lee Barlow Catcher This page sponsored by Ro11and's Book Store. 18 Pod Miller First Base Gene O'Nei11 Second Base so 49 George Tranbarger Center Field Warren Moline Left Field Bob Naff Right Field 'ws 19 1, s 1.1 A -2 'ff' X I F' . fy' " ,JI n.4A' ' .-,z +115 "Thanks for our success," Ca11's Cafe. ,-as-if , s 1 . ,Sli - W, S -q 4 ' V nf X Y if v' tl ' 14 3. :F Z Qi SEMA,-, ,..-r ' Z IN- September 17 Everyone gets acquainted. September Z0 Poor Freshrnen get initiated. October: ll Tryouts for all-school play. October 15 Seniors take trip to K. C. fto hear Dewey speakl. October Z0 Frosh decide to have party for themselves. October Z7 A howl of a Halloween party for Frosh. October 29 Halloween party at Robinson for all-school. November Z The Seniors have a nice quiet party! November 11 Square dancers go to L.M.H.S. November IZ Junior Class sponsors "Twirp Party." Q 'BOOK X Y, ga- 1 2 C7 Qc Q, E 59 22+ c xo, ,7 m"'L'i VA!-iv' C 9.5 GN K. lu 4641 lm 0 5 I... Fma '94- November November November December December December 1 :Il I., 'BAND , ' -'ffkds S ff W? Y ,1 ' f-ng! Sf .H hs qw mm fl' r ll - A Qu ff ' Wu W ' '-:'. fl! ' 5 '-75 " ff d 1 ,sy 1 N 1 XX Z .X 7,11 I C 5 I ,ar H C " 8 x . X . A X M' 'I XX AX f' A , , , A Directed by Mr. Kenneth Tebow Advisor, Mr. Gerald Carney CHORUS UQ, d 'D 9 ff f,,f .L W-C-I-as Directed by Mr. Kenneth Tebow Advisor, Mr. Gerald Carney Sponsored by Norman S. Edmonds Food Store. Z2 XB?-:',' 4, 50 .Oo 0X5 11, Gob! . Gone SQAP -I Tzs a Shame' W 41' Have y Ou about the geard the peCl'ac-.les ? XX e-W d. .-Two Dudes and at Du 1 6 ucla 9 Ss tl. axcxxx me. n ec' Z3 0116 A Yoo we I '40J.lYlvaoG ge ' X . ,gd C100 Gr, snow Won t he beheve you, Pat? 01295 ' Two Th 0 wee Ver A Se B6 Part' YK otha Can't be lookin' at th t'ain't night 6 I'1'1OOI'1Q iflkin. - 1 head' 5 egal ? 1' 5 2.4 Ouvd tbl T1 If that the Y We 1' goin sf fogeth ook a Our .- S110 s Da Gang- 6 1-ac uPaft' O e U . ,, Iztzed! an Q' 11 o ADJ- ' 11 , f f Y ' 1 ,- If A W V Occasionally together. if 1, Llvfi? f- Don. ' q W . . t . mx PYXYXUS hu her! Ma ' Z5 61-. F001 ' misf- 4 -s s . Kliivbf f 3 Ll- FHS? H If l' 6 wi, j'-X my - Joe Dunham--center who helped Orval Craig--guard. leading the team a great deal. He rated scorer, and agood rebounder second in scoring andwas a fine under both baskets. defensive player. C. J'. Elliott--guard, a fine ball handler and a great help all around. Lee Barlow--forward, a good Bill Naff--forward, a good ball handler and a potential Through courtesy of rebounder and an excellent scoring threat American Service Company- defensive player. 26 J. B. Richards--center. Due to eligibility I. B. couldn't play until the second semes- ter, but he did a fine job on both the "B" and "A" teams. X f ., vLR',KO,'l fp, lx VKX, lik JJ 1. . fx Gene Perry--a fine ball player wh: ranked second in scoring in the "B team, and helped out a great dea on the "A" team. Dan Hallmark--forward, a good rebounder, a fine pass inter- cepter. Dan will be with us next year to help out the other boys. TOP ROW, Left to right: Lee Barlow, Bill Naff, I. B. Richard, Orval Craig, Coach Grant Clothier, Joe Dunham, C. J. Elliott, Dan Hallmark, Gene Perry, Manager Clifford Tatham. BOTTOM ROW: Gerald Snyder, Roy Axline, Earl Sommers, Warren Moline, Norman Miller, Gaylord Tefft, Bruce Perdue, Gene O'Nei1,Bob Naff. Sponsored by Gibb's Clothing Company and Bill Bodin. 1 I I President--Phyllis Lytle Vice-President--Pat Daniel Sec't-Treasurer--Nadine Blackwood Sponsor--Mrs. Scott President--Bill Naff Vice-President--Gene Perry Sec't-Treasurer--Clifford Tatham Sponsor--Mr. Partridge This page sponsored by Granada and Patee--Your two Commonwealth Lawrence Theaters 28 ii. ! -612 Q ' -' Q 'Li . bfi! I ' Mn F1 W N4 0 f IDU RNALIS M xXN X fn' X Yx X la ...- ' !,,,Jf' -7315? 1, 9- . x --nu 'Qi yfmf- -. N 'A ni' QI ---' , - Q 4: gy x: 1'-J' ,idgg - , S 4' A X xx -' - ' X Xxx N xx x 'Y N NK i Directed by Mrs. Grace Witt 6116 ' ws F EQ-wail-Q 'fi . Q.. cf Q in ,F llll J Mfr! 5 wiglfilif A -In 5.5- -. "3 5 5 ' f .. 1 agua 1 4.1 A " e . , l, Q . ' Q ' 9 ,K K fvylfl V X A -A - ',.f- w' 'EJ' X N . B ' Ku and Lf' Directed by Mrs, Grace Witt Sponsored by Fritz Co. Phone 4 u -Ia. 455 .- :riff ', :ogg N W," ' ig D X, m -5, Q Lawrence's Best Service Station" 29 L ' A they Little Old U. H. S." Guess whose? W x ! 1' 4 Xl 4 V Q ,Hd 2- , I'v::,6,? 1 ' A 1 A . Q. gxlaqxn - canb .L e 1? eplusive l f .' A t il' smog A Four little girls in Red, White, and Blue. ' Q X0 I 93 f L X e' e 1 if H4 EMM 'vu MPI on S """'u 'I ls a Cook to stu eea In e 9 1 afn. Take a note, Dear! 30 1 ? Well? 'I-. TWO' X000-r dw pal- awe F1105 .f 0 ,gm 065 Our cheerleaders in civies. .Sf YQ' 171.12 If W e will 80, Q1-ds .v Abe 'S pl' :Ln OGC Ct WV UPS -S C X xogk 'PO K in z Oked. Q . 02 ' 'W 2 Q-mf f 97 ,oe V K - f 1+ 4' gk ' " X I Say Art IS this where you put the z Oil in? Q' 1 " f W . 1 I K. If , e , Q A ff 'I baoev Musf 1, 61130 e Z' ofa PIP 91- -25 be we 31 13,028 cab ,"1.1 QF President--Carol Blackwood Vice-President--Pat, Daniel Sec't-Treasurer-Donna King Sponsor--Mr. Partridge Joyce Stout Pat Daniel Irene Rickey 32 PEP CLUB FURNAI. Q I w 1 2 iff, .Qi nl" I I ni - 5 U u A ,-X. 3 A-my :m g , 9 .. X. q s L N 2- S X 'His s 'QL X ,Wm X Wx x x On March 28, 1949, the annual pep club formal was held in the Kansas Room. Irene Rickey, as chosen by the basketball squad, was crowned with attendants Pat Daniel and Phyllis Lytle. Their escorts were fleft to rightj Bill Naff, Bruce Perdue, and Lee Barlow. Mosser Wolf Cameras. 33 TRACK I qqqfzq? e Kerr t . ' ik ho' es ess-,YN Q tr GN! . yat t he di SCU Craig, what form! u U Crazg takes two fxrsts. -as-. is I Perdue takes a hurdle. fWe thinkj Courtesy of Kirkpatrick Sport Shop and Round Corner Drug Store. 34 TRACK hu! axe 7 akes a Naii 5 B01 Clean S wee p55 Yard dash Aklin e takes S eg-ond 1 I1 fnilel ' kes in q 114' Perfy ta Moline, just before winning the "ZZO." 35 Compliments of Walker Shop LASTROUNDUD J 1 January 3 Back to the Dreary grind! Christmas vacation over January 5 Juniors store food away at Marvin's January 12. Faculty Assembly January 14 Debaters go to Atchison January 15 Scads of fun at Junior sponsored box supper January 17-Z1 Oh, those wicked semester finals January Z0 All core classes listen to President's inauguration February 9 Mrs'. Scott has Y-Teen Heart Sister Party February ll Sophomores have Valentine party March 17 Juniors sponsor St. Patrick's party March 18 Music Festival at Tongie March ZZ Juniors take trip to Topeka Compliments of the Kansas Electric Power Company and Acme Bachelor Laundry and Dry Cleaners. 36 LAST ROUND UP 7 f W 0 N March 24 Sophomores take day off for trip to Topeka March Z5-Z6 Year's play festival held at Topeka March 28 Irene Rickey crowned queen at Pep Club formal March 29 Lonesome aroundg Seniors have gone to Topeka April 1 Track starts with a first win here April 6 T. C. L. One act play festival at Lansing April 7 Easter Assembly April 26 Senate Picnic April Z9 Hi-Home Night May 6 T. C. L. track meet here May 20 Junior-Senior Banquet May Z9 Baccalaureate .Tune Z Commencement .Tune 3 End of a glorious year we shall always remember G00d luck to the Seniors. TQAILS END Compliments of Terri11's Dry Goods. 37 '48 S E NFKTE '49 Lee Barlow, Presidentg Karl D. Edwardsg Betty Cobb, Secretaryg Carol Blackwood, Vice-Presidentg Dan Youngg Gaylord Tefftg Gene O'Neil1g Warren Molineg Bill Naff. Not Pictured: .Toyce Stout. The purpose of the Senate is to assist with the extra-curricular activities of the school: to carry out the ideas andwishes of the student bodyg to assist the development of school spiritg to start and carry out projects which will benefit the school as a whole: to establish inter-school relationsg andto provide an example of democratic government. Courtesy of O'Bryon Studio. 38 NN . EAGLE STAF F Us X... TOP ROW, Left to right: Clifford Tatham, Makeup Editor, Lee Barlow, Editor: .Tim McCoy. BOTTOM ROW: Edwin Stene, Photo Editor: Irene Rickey, Pat Daniel, Business Manager, Bill Slamin, Art Editor, Marian Weeks, Calendar Editorg C. J'. Elliott, Business Manager, Iennettie Cox. Not Pictured: Gaylord Tefft. We, the students, faculty, and EAGLE Staff of University High would like to express our appreciation to the Sponsors of this yearbook, the Lawrence business men and merchants, who made possible this tribute to University High. Qi! ' Business Manager Compliments of the Skyline Club. 39 wwffffd We lose all but Harry: ya ca.n't get rid of him THE END Compliments of Morgan Mack Motor Company 40 PEP CLUB FURNAI. ki I 1 I Q I U , ,,,, y e H-It ee e e h i 1, . S, Q A-,gee .. K - 1 3 Q . sssssrss e a 1 ' ff - '-k,- ., -sz' Lg -LL- Wy f , l as --f t . 1,,:'+m -2 v sq...-si On March 28, 1949, the annual pep club formal was held in the Kansas Room. Irene Rickey, as chosen by the basketball squad, was crowned with attendants Pat Daniel and Phyllis Lytle. Their escorts were fleft to right, Bill Naff, Bruce Perdue, and Lee Barlow. Mosser Wolf Cameras. 33 TRACK Dal e I7 Q Q Q Q rt Kerr t ho? ' ' i akes 69655 W , a t-PJ, at the discu Craig, what form! l G Craig takes two firsts. Perdue takes ag hurdle. QWe think., Courtesy of Kirkpatrick Sport Shop and Round Corner Drug Store. 34 TRAC X take 5 a hui me cz Bu Clean sw e epss Yard dash Airline takes S eC0nd in . ?' . mile, takes th1 per1'Y Moline, just before winning the "2Z0. 35 ...Aiwa rd 111 CW' Compliments of Walker Shop LA TRDUNDUD J 1 ' 0 J 5 V Z January 3 Back to the Dreary grind! Christmas vacation over January 5 Juniors store food away at Marvin's January 12 Faculty Assembly January 14 Debaters go to Atchison January 15 Scads of fun at Junior sponsored box supper January 17-Z1 Oh, those wicked semester finals January 20 All core classes listen to President's inauguration February 9 Mrs'. Scott has Y-Teen Heart Sister Party February ll Sophomores have Valentine party March 17 Juniors sponsor St. Patrick's party March 18 Music Festival at Tongie March ZZ Juniors take trip to Topeka Compliments of the Kansas Electric Power Company and Acme Bachelor Laundry and Dry Cleaners. 36 f 0 LAST ROUND UP OL XE March Z4 March Z5 March Z8 March 2.9 April 1 April 6 April 7 April 26 April Z9 May 6 May Z0 May Z9 .Tune Z .Tune 3 Sophomores take day off for trip to Topeka -Z6 Year's play festival held at Topeka Irene Rickey crowned queen at Pep Club formal Lonesome aroundg Seniors have gone to Topeka Track starts with a first win here T. C. L. One act play festival at Lansing Easter Assembly Senate Picnic Hi-Home Night T. C. L. track meet here Junior-Senior Banquet Baccalaureate Commencement End of a glorious year we shall always remember Good luck to the Seniors. TRAILS END Compliments of Terrill's Dry Goods. 37 A '48 i S E NFSTE '49 Lee Barlow, Presidentg Karl D. Edwardsg Betty Cobb, Secretaryg Carol Blackwood, Vice-Presidentg Dan Youngg Gaylord Tefftg Gene O'Nei11g Warren Molineg Bill Naff. Not Pictured: Joyce Stout. The purpose of the Senate is to assist with the extra-curricular activities of the school: to carry out the ideas andwishes of the student bodyg to assist the development of school spiritg to start and carry out projects whichwill benefit the school as a whole: to establish inter-school relationsg andto provide an example of democratic government. Courtesy of O'Bryon Studio. 38 EAGLE STAFF I 1 1, M' 0 M 5... 4 TOP ROW, Left to right: Clifford Tatham, Makeup Editorg Lee Barlow, Editorg .Tim McCoy. BOTTOM ROW: Edwin Stene, Photo Editorg Irene Rickey, Pat Daniel, Business Managerg Bill Slamin, Art Editorg Marian Weeks, Calendar Editorg C. J. Elliott, Business Manager, .Tennettie Cox. Not Pictured: Gaylord Tefft. We, the students, faculty, and EAGLE Staff of University High would like to express our appreciation to the Sponsors of this yearbook, the Lawrence business men and rnerchants, who made possible this tribute to University High. Qin ' Business Manager Compliments of the Skyline Club. 39 awww We lose all but Harryg ya can't get rid of him T HE END Compliments of Morgan Mack Motor Company 40 r CTORIAL YE BOOKS cusmm VER5 MYERS Cb uns A, Ll sv L . mcunvuvuvmn vonn ozfff' MX M KS' X 0 . K fl ww f fffiffifik 1 1 A w I '4 X,.


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