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T H E

B

U

1963

L L P

U P McPHERSON HIGH SCHOOL McPHERSON, KANSAS


nq{ TODAY - - goodbye to the beloved and familiar building that long has housed M.H.S. With the passing years, it gained traditions and mellowness . and the love and respect of the thousands of students who

We say

walked its halls and whose memories still Iinger at old M.H.S.

TOMORROW - - the memories of yesterdaypave the paths for tomorOnly row. With these sentimental thoughts in mind we salute the past -- we hail thefuture. New traditionswill beestablished and new loyalties will be buiit by the thousands of oncoming sthdents who will learn to love the new high school as we have the old!

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PHoToGRAPHY BY

DON'S STUDIO


te6eB,;,II4ry etutf Mrs.

Butch Duske

Noyes

yearbook advisor

sports

Linda Stevenson

Lucinda Hale

co -editor

seniors

Melinda Eddie Nelson

royalty,

snaps

Marna Norris

Irst.

music Bus. staff

W W

Anderson co

Sharon

Lowe sports

The annual staff worked long hard hours puttingout our yearbook. Activity periods, after school hours, and those luxurious daYs after the

got out' were all sPent typing cop!: Pasting uP, and triming pictures for the BullPuP.

seniors

Anita Dove

Tim Matthaei Inst. music

vocal music

Gary Blubaugh organizations

Deanna Johnson

Tom

Dale

Cola han

Sprague

Twila Ensminger

vocal

Business

faculty

Sandy Kling

Bus. mgr.

Mimi Williams seniors

-editor

staff

music

Judy Harris underclass

Janet Sager underclass


This class published Higir

Life, school

paper; and The Scribe, crea-

tive writing IIlagazine.

rrSo

rrWhat was that score?rt

len Baldwin

asks

AI-

his co -edi

tor, Gary Blubaugh.

THAT'S how they did

the 1962 senioredition! " Tom Goransontells Con nie Krehbiel,

-

trYou need a picture

for that story?" Don Olson asks as

Bills

! Bills ! Mary Jack

McFarland and Nancy Seidel were the girls who collected for them;

Dick Bell,

Bill Shirk looks on.

they also distributed

"Joyce, b aby , this is the last time around, the final High Life,'r assistant Bob Schaff tells Joyce Barnes, editor.

'rYou want something rlivelyrfor that ad?rrMary Miller, artist, asks Pat. RandIe and Mike PiErce, ad staff. Sponsor: Mrs. Noyes

Mike

High Life to classrooms.

Edwards and Patty Hartman Farnsworth look over final issue of The Scribe, as Dick Bell and Bill Shirk assist on The Scribe assemblv line.


ADMINISTRATION


And

trawk!

R, Rich, Dir. of Activities

Joe

Mrs. lvic Wi{i:lr:::,.f

'

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t"

"

den:.

Christen son, sec-

'***-'

Mrs. Ila Rutter secretary

Mrs. Billie Morse, secretary

teachers

atMHS: ' Murl Hodge, Bryce LutY, CIinton Brown, Ted G a rt e n, New

Bob SamPles, Mrs RoY Unruh'

Mrs. Garnet BarcIaY, secretary THIS

PAGE THROUGH

COURTESY

BRUNK'S JEWELERS

OF


Eskil Anderson,

1st. semestel

counselor.

Elvin Brown, courselor

Clinton Brown, constitu -

tion, Am. history,

Jay Frazier, biology, coach.

: li:i

Henry l{ahn, industrial arts

PhiI. Byrd,

Carl Harris, algebra, advanced

math. ; pres, City

Assn.

Teachers

Spanish

Ted Garten, German

Harrlr Heckethorn, al gebra, geometry, ftbl. coach.


Constance

Hiil. home economics

Mildred Kohler, voeal music

Bryce Luty, instrumental music

Murl Hodge. -lm. eral mathe::a:--c:

Phil Lane, boys phy.

ed.

Floy Lindell, English. science.

Alma Maddox, English, speech

Helen Matson, English.


-.1McGhee, English

Clella NeIson, biology, English

Eugene Nelson, mech. drawing, crafts

Rosella Ogg, art

William Ogg, civics, drivers ed.

Richarci Ransi aIe, \-rcational agriculture

Jack Randie, constitution,


Keith Rickner Business courses

Charles Spongberg Business courses

Rn'r I Inrrrh _'-t -___*'^

Algebra, physics

Robert Samples World history, phrn

Margaret Starks

Don Stewart

English

Civics

Paul Zerger

Chemistry, algebra 10


SENIORS


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OFFICERS, BOTTOM ROW: Mary A-darcn-

fra.c

Miller, sec; Bob

OrnMAp,Vpnn

As seniors, this year was, andalways will be, the ti::-= ,: --: --'=. : .:;--t:., that there was a time to study, a time to determine right ir:::: -..,:,:-: :r-- : t**-: to discover that we were slowly preparing to advance into the-.''.--:-: :: .------ :- . ". graduates. In our four years at M.H.S. we have done a iittle oi ;.;=:-.-::---=:-:--; danced, Iugged a football, bounced a basketball, cleared hurdles, si;,*i_i :::1-=::

parredthe course, received scholastic honors, and even looked glamorous -:; --'-:some when the occasion demanded. To football and basketballwe gave our sirei::t:-. skill, and support-win or lose we were always there for the next game. Unforgettable, too, are memories of those final exams which, when completecl, gave us the right to wear royal blue caps and gowns with red and white tassels. As the class of 1963 marched solemnly down the isle at graduation time, our minds flashed back to our days as freshmen 'when we watched the graduating class of 1960 march to "Pomp and Circumstance". At that time our graduation seemed far off; something thatwould neverbecome a reality. Now as seniors we face ourgraduation with mixed emotions; to some it is a time of freedom from books, discipline in school, and the end of that monotonous day in class; to others it means the parting of friends, the end of a protected life and the beginning of new adventures. The beginning was fall of 1959; it is novr spring of 1963 as we become the last class to graduate from our old M.H.S. somehow the total of these months produced memories we will cherish always. No matterhowexcitingor tragic these memories may seem, the day will come when the class of 1963 can fondly say "Yes, we remember M.H.S.!"


Jane

Albin

Donald Ayers

Barbara Allen

Vearl Bacon

Sandy Anderson

Katharine Anthem

Allen Baldwin

Joyce Barnes

Dick Bell

Come on, it isnrt that bad --SMILE.

Terry

Boese

Judy Bomberger

John Brandsted


Seniors begin new year

with anticipation

and

determination.

Tom Colahan

Gene UzapllrisKl

Larry Busby

John Buster

Bob DeTour

Scott Dunham

Francie Ediger

Mike

Gary Casebeer

a Arthur Duske

C

arl Farrsvrorth

Valeta Fernberg

Bonnie Flickinger

Edwards

Carl Frantz

Twila Ersminger

Patricia French


Charles Fry

Richard Gier

Phyllis Goad

Gary Goff

Marvin HaIl

Judy Harris

Richard Goering

Sleeping beauties?

Dennis Hamilton

Palty Hartman

Tim

that isnrt what she meant

Pete Heidebrecht

DonaId Herbers

Carol Goff

Lucinda HaIe

Beverly Hansen

David Hiebert


Seniors elect queens and

kings as passing

year

brings final memories Tina Hiebert

Mike Hultberg

Gary Hungerford

Mary Ingold

Claryce Johnson

Donna H;ir'arci

Cecil

Johnson

Deanna Johnson

Charles Johnson

Eugene Johrson

Casebeer and Schaff finally get together on something! But why

Tom!

Shirley Johnson

Tina Johnston

Cynthia Kail


-

Robert Kaufman

Howard

Kittell

Sandy Kling

"and S e ction IV provides that there shall be no restrictions on

alcoholic beverages,

Marilyn Koehn

Homer Krehbiel, Jr.

T^--

J L 411

T

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!dy

rt

Connie Krehbiel

Millie Krehbiel

Marcia Leach

Steve Larson

Marjorie

Lede11

Jerry Lasater

Rrrz I opnLlo

Monty Lawler

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T

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Seniors

measured for

caps, gowns as graduation day approaches. Sharon Lowe

Mary Jack McFarland

Tim Matthaei

No! This isn't the way Mildred planned it.

Marna Norris

Gene Norton

Gary Mehl

Phil Mogenson

d

DeLaw rence

Lundberg

Mary Miller

0z

NayIor

RaIPh McAninch

Alan MitcheIl

Ed Nelson

*.'

Don OIson

Roy Parsons

Dean Feer


BilI Pendley

Mike Pierce

Regena Perll

Patricia Randle

Radean Peterson

Jo Ann Reed

Bob Schaff

Ronald Peterson

Linda Rivett

Virgil

Schoen

Finally, after four years...

Nancy Seidel

George Shirk

Janet Sager

Larry Schrag


Seniors complete

final year as spring brings prom, commencement, and graduation Pamela Smith

Richard Stieberr

Elaine Stoneback

Dale Sprague

Diane Shrcky

Susan Stucky

Donna Taylor

Trriic Thrm

Linda Stevenson

Marian Switzer

Bob Thomas

Dean Peer. State Orator

Jim Tieszen

Blanche Tornquist

Phil Turner


Pat Vance

Dianna Walker

Lenna Wiebe

Mimi Williams

Berny Watson

Kenneth Wilmoth

Bob

White

Olive Widiger

Terry Wokaty

Jean Yoder

Lucy, are you eating again? Sharon Young

Linda Yowell

Come on, Butch, letrs get out of here.

Not Pictured: Linda Chilson Wayne Ersminger Rennie Sue Irwin Scott Kirkpatrick Se

ni ors have their serious mo-

more

ments too.

Joe Zerget


Tlnhfrusa 06, 1,.8

Au,â‚Źur/ufloaw The Senior play cast gives Lady Aster a drink'

CAST

Director Student Director Sakini Sergeant Gregovitch.... Colonel Purdy Captain Fisby Captain Mclean. Seiko Lotus Blossom Miss HigaJiga.. Mr. Oshira,.... Mr. Sumata... Mr. Hokaida.. Mr. Omura....

....' M' D'

UlerY Anita Dove

...'DonOlson '.George Shirk . Dale SPrague . DannY Ftantz . . .GarY Blubaugh Mike Pierce .

..DeanPeer

..'.'ScottDunham ....LloYdPickett

Ladies' League for Democratic Action.

trAnd this one was washed

JoYce Barnes

.. '.Jean LaYton

.

MikeEdrvards Lucinda Hale Marna Norris Frances Ediger Connie Krehbiel

..

I'Sure, Boss, she a gift to You' . 'l

in Tide! | !!!rl 22


rrWhatrllwe do--now that they know what plan "B'r stands for!rl

rrNow, repeat after me.rl

"I f e11 inthe vattttt,..and nahrrally I had to yeil for HELLLP

'rGrandma, what little feet you have!"

!

rrAlv, come

on

Anita, yourre only young once ! rr rWho said I 23

rv:,Ls bor,v

-legged?',


Mi ss Leadership, Miss Personality, Miss Sportsmarship --Mimi Williams.

Miss MHS

--Mimi Williams

Miss Appearance -Joyce Barnes

Runner -up for Miss MHS

--

Joyce Barnes

Miss Scholarship -Judy Harris

Miss Music - -Francie Ediger TH I S PAG E I'HROUGH

TH

E

COURTESY OT

THE WALL_ROGALSKY MILLING COMPANY


Mr, Personality

-rrButch

rr

Duske

Runner-up to

Mr.

Mr. MHS--

Scholarship--Joe Zerger

Bob DeTour

l.i:. S::-s::-a=:::p -ji::: Ties -

Mr.

Appearance -Gary MehI

THIS PAGE THROUGH THE COURTESY OF MORRIS AND SON


vM

loe Zerger

Susan Stucky

goLfiotn,;nn Connie Krehbiel

26


SLATED: Donna Howard, Susan Stucky, Marge Ledell, Connie Krehbiel, Linda Yorvell, Jtdy Harris, Milruth Krehbiel. STANDiNG: Mary Jack McFarland, Francie Ediger, JoeZerger, Danny Franfz, Tim Matthaei, Dale Sprague, Mary Marie Howe, Diane Stucky.

lJoaom Asserr,bh

Caps

and gowns at last! And the time to say good-bye! Susan Stucky and Joe Zerger, our coand Connie Krehbiel, salutatorian, give their short addresses at Awards Assembly'

valedictoriins,

27


We practiced and practiced.

"Shoulders back, look dignified, Mr. Rich told us.

Itlike this?'r, Pres. Bob Schaff

asks..

.

I, SING, rr Gary tells the class as it pracCasebeer WVhen

I

say tSing!

tices its sone.

. . tum -tum -tm -ti -tum

..Thensuddenlyit wasnrt a practice any -

more, it was for rre alr , and G ary

Mehl, vice -president,

presenting our senior gift tothe

was

school.

Keep moving

Turn

Award -givers looked to

left at the

front row.

their lines

.

28


&

I here we are

. .

, What next?

L i n da Yowell receives the Lee Miller award to

K.U.

How do we get out of here,

Mr. Rich

?

?

The D. A. R. award goes to Judy Harris.

Turn left and KEEP GOING

D. Ols on gets the Emporia award

Richard Gier receives a music scholarship

Joyce

Barnes

receives C.W. C. scholarship.

Trinity Lutheran

Connie Kreh-

biel

accepts

r e s i d e nc e

scholarship from K, State.

McPherson College award winners 29

awards


"TMTn*asttttpr"

Queen Janet Sager THIS PAGE THROUGH THE COURTESY OF RENBERGER S JEWELERS


,:

?:

Hmmmmm..,,.

The Queen and "iii::1"?

Mary Miller

Diane Stucky

Smile, "Stook"!

3l


''Rprndq3uarf WltIrIIt p, etar6

THIS

PAGE THROUGH

"

Queen Melinda Anderson rHE couRrEs.r oF DON'S STUDIO AND CAMERA


\larcia Leach

Added attractions

!

Judy Harris

Queen Melinda, I. . .

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,


II,pt

THIS

AIfu" Ypntt -W

PAGE THROUGH

Quppn

Queen Millie Krehbiel rHE couRr-Esr, oF STANLEY'S FASHIONS


Prince Charming Joe Zerger

Maid of Honor Bonnie Flickinger


Pnnt*R grlfo

pRoM KING AND QUEEN Radean Peterson and Millie Krehbiel


frqFefotPnn'* e*ps Prince Ronnie and Princess Madeline Lane Iook on with Kino

Radoqn

Peterson Queen Millie

as is

Olson, yearbook

photographer. Yearbook Editor

Linda

Stevenson

smiles her apnr.\rc r_-'.._' I Prnm royalty was ann n rr n c e d

pe

-

corted and ctowned by ye arbook staff.

Frrac

l!

it

Queen

Millie a::: : - -::

ride in styledurirl:'. -long parade.

..

aonfor

frnri


"Gugs or^drDotrI^"

., \

,

', '

,

"Rogaltg enaps"


UNDERCLASSMEN SECTION IS CURRENTLY BLANK; TO BE ADDED LATER

UNDERCLASSMEN


Clnssom,*e*ps

The

rrAgrr boys

What did you say, Marcia??

What next?

Wonder what Sandy got on the test? Duh!


Ophatpt Purpose: To create excellence in pub-

Iic speaking, self-improvement, maturity of partici-

pants.

Mr. Ulery Projects: 20 tournaments, winnng BOTy of rounds as a team; tied for lst. in district at Hayes; 7 entries inState Speech & Drama Festival, Hayes-took 5 I's and 2 two ratings . Sponsor:

OFFICERS: Doug McKenna, vice-president; Carol K aufman, publicity; Benny Watson, president; Danny Frantz, treasurer; Anita Morlan, secretary; Chas. Eklund, Iibrarian.

The winnersl Bringi:; 5ac- r--pr:es ir:m an early debate were Charles Eil'::cj. D:u3 \icliema. Carcl K au f m an, Anita \tcr1a-. ]"-':ce11: S::e::.'' Be:n1' -,',-ll::-:i:r. Watson, Lynn Hafermeil. a:c- Ie::e:l--

TROPHIES: Bullwinkle, mascot, helped secure the tall trophy at Seaman H.S. tournament, Topeka; the middle trophy at the meet held at Southwestern CoIIege, Winfield; and the trophy on the extreme right was for 2nd. place in state meet at Havs.

Dean Peer and Benny Watson in

practice session.

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McPherson High School 1963 Yearbook

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