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the 1965 bulldog
THE 1965 BULLDOG
The Year book Staff has worked hard to produce a yearbook which will provide many pleasant memories in future
years. It is our hope that the 1965 Bulldog will prove to be
an accurate record of the events and activities of the 19641965 Rossville High School year.
Edited by
The Yearbook Staff
Rossville Rural High
School
District No. 7
Rossville, Kansas
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Hello there! I'm the 1965 Bulldog.
At the left you see a picture of me.
This is the way I look at the beginning
of each day. This year the Yearbook ·
Staff has tried to capture me in some of
the high points of the school year. I
think they did quite well! Read me and
see what you think!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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School Board . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Faculty . . .
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Employees . . . . . .
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Student Council . . .
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Girls' and Boys' State
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Yearbook Staff. . . .
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Pep Club . . . . . .
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Homecoming . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Kayettes
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Banquets . . . . .
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Dances . . . . . .
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Junior-Senior Prom
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Librarians. . .
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Speech Festival
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Plays . . . . .
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Band . . . . .
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Music
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Academic Subjects
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Athletics . . . .
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Classes .
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Seniors
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Snap Shots .
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Boosters .
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Mr. H. D. Richardson
BOARD OF EDUCATION AND
ADMINISTRATION
We, the students of Rossville High, want to express our thanks to Mr. H.
D. Richardson. Through 18 years of dedicated service, Mr. Richardson has
worked hard to provide us with a well-rounded curriculum and a smooth running
school.
We also extend our sincere appreciation to the Board of Education. It is
through these people that the ideas of the community are expressed. We are
grateful for their effort in giving us the best possible facilities.
BELOW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Walter Preble, Mr. Elmer Lynde, Mr. Charles Dayton, Mrs. Oscar McKenzie,
Mrs. Howard French .
PEOPLES STATE BANK
ROSSVILLE,
KANSAS
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FACULTY
(LEFT)
MRS. INEZ RICHARDSON
A. B., University of Montana
Algebra I, II
Geometry
Trigonometry
Senior Mathematics
Library
(RIGHT)
MR. EMMETT WRIGHT
B.S . , University of Kansas
Biology
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Chemistry
General Science
General Mathematics
Physics
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MRS. LUZ MIRIAM CHIARELLO
B. A., University of Puerto Rico
Spanish I, II
English I, II
French I
(LEFT)
MR. LARRY McGEE
A. B., Kansas Wesleyan University
Speech
Physical Education
English III, IV
(RIGHT)
MR . DON WILLITS
A. B., McPherson College
American Government
American History
World History
Drivers Education
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FACULTY
(LEFT)
MR. IRA WILLIAMS
B.S., Kansas State University
Vocational Agriculture
I, II, III, IV
(RIGHf)
MRS. JEAN SEARCY
B.S., Kansas State University
Health
Home Economics I, II
Homeliving
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MRS. JUANITA SIMMERS
B.S . , Emporia State College
Shorthand
Secretarial Practice
Bookkeeping
Typing
(LEFT)
MR. TOM HEDGES
B. M. E., Baker Uni versity
Sociology •
Psychology
Band
Music Appreciation
Glee Clubs
(RIGHT)
MR . MIKE BRUNGARDT
B.S., St. Benedict's College
M.S., Fort Hays State College
Guidance
SILVER LAKE STATE BANK
SILVER LAK E,
KANSAS
EMPLOYEES
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Mrs. Ernestine Fauerbach (RIGHT)
Cook
Mrs. Nora Mitchell (LEFT)
Assistant Cook
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Bus Drivers, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Laird French,
Mr. David Stadler, Mr. Robert Reid, Mr. Wayne
Dick.
:Fhroughout the year, the watchword of our
employees has been service. We have always
been able to depend on them to keep things
running smoothly. Their hard work has been
appreciated by the students .
JIM REZAC CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
ROSSVILLE,
KANSAS
Mr. Robert McCoy
Custodian
ACTIVITIES
LEADERSHIP RESTS HERE
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dwight Martinek, Vice President; Wayne Macha, Charles Meade, Larry Wehner,
Diana Mitchell. SITTING: Mr. H. D. Richardson, Advisor; Bill Lloyd, Dan Dayton, Secretary; Orner Van Vl-eck,
President; Ron Rasch, Jan Campbell, Sandy Macha, Treasurer; Connie Bahner.
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Being a member of Rossville High's governing
body is one of the greatest honors which can be
bestowed upon a student. This year the Rossville
High Student Council was a member of the National Association of Student Councils. The Council
members attended the league Student Council
meeting at St. Mary's to help determine league
school policies. Our Student·Council sponsored a
float in the Rossville Play-A-Day celebration, the
Freshman Mixer, the school Christmas Party,
and assisted the Pep Club with the Homecoming
Dance.
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Mr. H. D. Richardson, Advisor; Orner
Van Vleck, President.
Girls' and Boys' State is a learning-by-doing
program which provides instruction in American
Government. Dan Dayton and Dwight Martinek,
sponsored by the American Legion and Lions Club
of Rossville, attended Boys' State. The Rossville
American Legion Auxiliary sponsored Virginia
Stach for Girls' State.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Dwight Martinek,
Virginia Stach, Dan Dayton.
J-A CAFE
ROSSVIL.L.E ,
KANSAS
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Virginia Stach, Oren Kovar, Barton Larson, Shirley Taylor, Dan Dayton, Benny
Stach, Orner Van Vleck, Dwight Martinek,· Beverly Davis. SECOND ROW: Diana Cowan, Connie Bahner, Mrs.
Inez Richardson. FRONT ROW: Amy Jones, Diane Murray, Sandy Macha, Helen Wehner.
YEARBOOK STAFF
Five staff members attended the Yearbook Conference held in September at Manhattan. This year several members of the Yearbook Staff worked three periods a week
during the school day. It has been a pleasure for the Yearbook Staff to edit the 1965
Bulldog.
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Editor
. Amy Jones
Asst. Editor. . . Helen Wehner
Business Manager . . Dan Dayton
Art Editor
Barton Larson
Activity . . . . . Virginia Stach
Beverly Davis
Dwight Martinek
Benny Stach
Advertising
Orner Van Vleck
Diane Murray
Oren Kovar
Subscription
. Diana Cowan
Shirley Taylor
Typing
Connie Bahner
Sandy Macha
Sponsor
. Mrs . Richardson
YEARBOOK CONFERENCE
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dan Dayton, Orner Van Vleck,
Helen Wehner, Mrs. Inez Richardson. FRONT ROW: Dwight
Martinek, Amy Jones.
FARM BUREAU. INSURANCE SERVICE
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B.
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ROSSVILLE
THEY CHEERED US ON
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Gardner, Kathy Becker, Jan Campbell, Sharrai Sage, Linda Miller, Susan
Nadeau, Charlotte Olejnik, Sharon McDonald, Diana Mitchell, Helen Wehner, Laura Van Vleck. THIRD ROW:
Marilyn Trubey, Jeanette Wilt, June Murray, Rose Stadler, Anna Sullivan, Kathy Dayton, Vicki Cowan, Sharon
Mayer, Jane Duley, Laurel Gee, Linda Gannon. SECOND ROW: Rebecca Zeller, Donna Hagedorn, Carolyrt
Gresser, Linda Bush, Bonnie Fauerbach, Mary Ent, Lynda Searcy, Be verly Davis, Marilyn Stach, Sandy Macha .
FIRST ROW: Mr. Tom Hedges, Diane Murray, Freda McCollough, Jane Parr, Virginia Stach, Diana Cowan,
Carolyn Farley, Shirley Taylor, Amy Jones. KNEELING: Debbie Patterson, Carolyn Davis, Bonnie Tuller. NOT
PICTURED: Elaine Anderson, Connie Bahner.
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Throughout the whole year the Pep Club worked hard to boost team spirit. A point
system was adopted in which the members competed for "Honor Pep." Also B-team
cheerleaders were elected along with the A -team cheerleaders. The .t>ep Club sponsored both the Homecoming and Sweetheart dances.
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Virginia Stach, Jane Parr,
Diana Cowan, Freda McCollough, Carolyn Farley.
Mr. Tom Hedges (Sponsor), Donna
Hagedorn (Treasurer), Amy Jones
(President), Carolyn Davis (Secretary), Freda McCollougJ; {Vi cePresident).
MATT BRENNAN
FUNE~~AL
BOO WEST 6TH ST.
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Debbie Patterson, Bonnie Tul..:'
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HOME, INC.
KANSAS
HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Art Campbell, Diana Cowan, Virginia Stach, Oren Kovar, Carolyn Farley, Charles Meade.
Pre-homecoming festivities started on Thursday night with a pep rally held around
a huge bonfire. Following tradition a homecoming parade was held Friday, October 16.
Halftime festivities were highlighted with the crowning of Queen, Virginia Stach,
and King, Oren Kovar. Attendants to the royal couple were Carolyn Farley, Diana
Cqwan, Charles Meade, and Art Campbell.
The King and Queen reigned over a victory dance held in the gymnasium following
the game.
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jan Campbell, Marilyn Stach, Mary Ent, Lynda Searcy, Diana Mitchell,
Anna Sullivan, Kathy Dayton, June Murray, Freda McCollough, Linda Gardner, Kathy Becker. THIRD
ROW: Jane Duley, Vicki Cowan, Linda Gannon, Sharrai Sage, Susan Nadeau, Carolyn Davis, Charlotte
Olejnik, Bonnie Fauerbach, Linda Bush, Laurel Gee, Sharon Mayer. SECOND ROW: Linda Miller,
Bonnie Tuller, Jane Parr, Debbi,!! Patterson, Rose Stadler, Sharon McDonald, Jeanette Wilt, Carolyn
Gresser, Beverly Davis, Mrs. Jean Searcy. FRONT ROW: Amy Jones, Shirley Taylor, Diana Cowan,
Sandy Macha, Connie Bahner, Helen Wehner, Virginia Stach, Marilyn Trubey, Donna Hagedorn,
Carolyn Farley, Diane Murray. NOT PICTIJRED: Elaine Anderson.
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KAYETTES SERVE
Kayettes is a state girls' organization which stresses world, community,
and school services. The club had forty-five members, participating in the
services which the club performed during the year.
KA YETTE BOARD
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Connie Bahner,
Treasurer; Freda McCollough , School Service;
Bonnie Tuller, Song Leader; Jane Parr, Vicepresident; Donna Hagedorn, Finance; Diane
Murray, Parliamentarian; Sandy Macha,
Student Council; Lihda Bush, Pianist; June
Murray, Publicity; Amy Jones, World Service.
SEATED: Linda Miller, Recreation; Carolyn
Davis, School Service; Mrs . Jean Searcy,
Sponsor; V irginia Stach, President ; Marilyn
Trubey, Secretary; Helen Wehner, Program;
Beverly Da vis, Points; Diana Cowan, Community Service.
AMERICAN LEGION POST NO. 31
ROSSVILLE ,
CHARLIE'S PHARMACY
KANSAS
CHARLES KLESATH,
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The Rossville High and Grade School Athletes were honored March 22, at the annual
Athletic Banquet sponsored by the Rossvi~­
Lion' s Club. Mr. Ed Linta, head football coach
at Washburn University, was guest speaker.
After a dinner prepared by the ladies of
the Rossville Presbyterian Church, awards
were presented to the Athletes and the Cheerleaders were introduced.
Entertainment for the evening was provided
by the Girls' Trio and J. D. Parr .
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BANQUETS
Miss Karen Dill was guest speaker at the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet,
April 28. The Banquet honoring the mothers was served by the Senior boys.
Group singing and a solo ''The Sound of Music", by Helen Wehner were enjoyed
by all. Helen Wehner, Amy Jones, and Kathy Becker presem:ed a skit, which
proved to be quite humorous. , A candlelight installation of next years officers
precedea a nne speecn ana tilms on Turkey.
Installation Service
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ROSSVILLE IMPLEMENT CO.
ROSSVILLE ,
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KANSAS
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SNOWFLAKE BAll
The Snowflake Ball, held December 19, wa s s ponsored by the
Kayette Club. The decorations were centered around the theme
"Wonderland in White" . Music was provided by the "Citations".
SWEETHEART ROYALTY
"Valentine Royalty" was the
theme of the Sweetheart Ball, sponso red by the Pep Club. The dance
was held February 13 with music
provided by the "Runabouts". The
high point of the evening was the
crowning of the Queen, Freda
McCollough and the King, Dwight
Martinek. Attendants were Carolyn
Farley, Dan Dayton, Jane Parr, and
Randy Scott.
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HESS JEWELER'S
GIBBS CLOTHING CO.
527-529 KANSAS AVE.
TOPEKA
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915 N.
KANSAS AND HOLIDAY SQUARE
ttROMAN HOLIDAY''·
The Junior Class entertained the
Seniors at the Junior-Senior Banquet
and Prom, April 24. The Seniors enjoyed very much, all the decorations
based on the theme "Roman Holiday".
The program included a sight-seeing
tour of Rome and an interview with
several Roman citizens. The "HiLites" from Seaman provided music
for the dance .
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ROSSVILLE ,
KANSAS
CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
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TOPEKA
LIBRARIANS
The Librarians, this year, did a
fine job in checking out books to the
students. Mrs. Richardson did an excellent job of bringing the card catalog up
to date. A set of the new "Encyclopedia
Americana" and over two hundred and
fifty new books were added ·to the library
this year.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Orn er Van Vleck, Freda McCollough,
Kathy Becker, Rebecca Zeller, Susan Nadeau, Sandy
Macha, Mrs. Inez Richardson, and Tom Sage.
SPEECH FESTIVAL
"The Legend of the Lake", a oneact play by Chase Howard Webb, was
entered March 8 at the League Speech
Festival held at Eskridge. Under the
direction of Mrs. Chiarello, the play
received a I rating and went on to receive
a III rating at the District Festival at
Kansas University, March 20.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Luz Chiarello, Bill Smith, Bev erly Davis, Ron Rasch, Debbie Patterson, Vicki Cowan,
and Jane Duley.
Nine members of the Rossville
Speech Class participated at the League
Speech Festival, March 8, at Eskridge.
Shari McDonald and Laura Van Vleck
presented Dramatic Readings. Myles
Preble gave an Informative Speech.
_ Prose or Poetry readings were read by
Amy Jones, Orner Van Vleck, Dwight
Martinek, Daryl Mitchell, Charles
Meade, and Oren Kovar.
TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Larry McGee,
Dwight Martinek, Myles Preble, Charles Meade,
Daryl Mitchell. BOTTOM ROW: Orner Van Vleck,
Amy Jones, Laura Van Vleck, Shari McDonald, and
Oren Kovar.
PREFERRED FIRE INSURANCE CO.
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rovell Heslet, Larry Martinek, Terry Lambert, Joe Duley, Doug French, Ray
Harper, Bill Lloyd. THIRD ROW: Myles Preble, Carl Farley, Don Whitmore, Mark Preble, Dennis Tuller, Dick
Deiter, Ron Webster, George House. SECOND ROW: Calvin Lytle, Benny Stach, Larry Wehner, Charles
Meade, Daryl Mitchell, Melvin Sage, Gary Dick, Don Dolezilek. FRONT ROW: Mr. Ira Williams-Advisor,
Bob Dolezilek, Barton Larson, Dwight Martinek, Art Campbell, Tom Sage, Orner Van Vleck.
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The Rossville Chapter of F . F . A. honored their parents November 17, with a banquet which was high-lighted with picture slides of the boys farming projects. Robert
Detrix, the State F. F .A. Secretary, was guest speaker. The Rossville Chapter again
sponsored the District Land judging Contest and placed second, bowing only to the
Lawrence Chapter. Other contests entered were Poultry Judging, Crops, and Animal
Husbandry. The annual camp-out was held by the Lawrence Reser pond. Dwight Martinek
and Art Campbell received the State Farmer Degree, awarded on the size, scope, and
achievements of their farming programs .
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BACK ROW: Mr. Ira Williams, Advisor; Charles Meade,
Student Council Rep. ; FRONT ROW: Bob Dolezilek, Reporter; Barton Larson, Vice President; Dwight Martinek,
President; Art Campbell, Secretary; Tom Sage, Treasurer;
Orner Van Vleck, Sentinel.
State Farmers
BENNIE DICK AND SONS 1 FERTILIZER SERVICE
ST.
MARYS,
SILVER LAKE,
N.
TOPEKA
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THIE TRACK''
The Junior Class, under the direction of Mrs. Luz Chiarello, presented the play, "Off the Track",
November 24. The three act comedy
by Felicia Metcalfe was set in an
out-of-the-way railroad depot.
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STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Chiarello, Carl Farley, Bill Lloyd, Bob Dolezilek, Jane Parr, Carolyn
Davis, Linda Miller, Susan Nadeau, Shari McDonald, Bonnie Tuller. SEATED: Kathy Becker, Torn Sage,
George House, Myles Preble, Joe Duley, Larry Wehner, Carolyn Gresser. FRONT: Beverly Davis, Linda
Gardner, Charlotte Olejnik.
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Mr. John Morgan ..................................... Joe Duley
Silas Dobbins .................................... Larry Wehner
Flickie Nelson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jane Parr
Betty Phillips. ; ................................... Linda Miller
Joan Parker .......................... ·- · ........ Carolyn Davis
Mrs. Guarino .................................... Susan Nadeau
Antonia Guarino ................ . ................ Beverly Davis
Bill Lindsay ....................................... Myles Preble
Mr. Oscar Pozenby....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George House
Willie Woodson ..................................... Tom Sage
Evalina Bumpass .................................. Kathy Becker
Mrs. Reginald Vanderventer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bonnie Tuller
Miss Pidgie McDougal ........................... Carolyn Gresser
STANLEY A. DAVIS, M.F.A. AGENT
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SENIOR PLAY
STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Oren Kovar, Art Campbell, Virginia Stach, Carolyn Farley, Diane Murray,
Shirley Taylor, Daryl Mitchell, Diana Cowan, Gary Dick, Freda McCollough, Sandy Macha, Laura Van
Vleck, Helen Wehner, Mr. Tom Hedges, Director; Ron Webster, Amy Jones, Charles Meade. FRONT ROW:
Ralph Taylor, Melvin Sage, Dwight Martinek, Donna Hagedorn, Randy Scott, Rebecca Zeller, Dan Dayton,
Connie Bahner, Orner Van Vleck.
The Senior class presented "The
Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" on
April 9, 1965. The three-act play
by Max Shulman featured a comedy
band. Mr. Tom Hedges was director
of the play.
Dobie Gillis . ..... .. .. .. . . ... . . . .......... .. ..... Danny Dayton
Bonnie Willet ..................................... Becky Zeller
Helen Dixon .... . . ... ............. ... .. . .... . .. Donna Hagedorn
Miss Forepaugh .. .. .... ... ... ........ .. ..... .. ..... . Amy Jones
Petey Bellows ...................... . .. .... .... Dwight Martinek
Mr. Pipgrass ...................................... Randy Scott
Imogene Klugenfelter ...... . ...... .... ..... ..... . Connie Bahner
Sally ........................................... Diane Murray
Lola ........... . ..... . . . . ... ........ ... ........ Carolyn Farley
Mrs. Dixon .. .. . .... ...... ................ ... .... Diana Cowan
Mr. Dixon . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oren Kovar
Mr. Harrington .............•....................... Gary Dick
Stella Kowalski ......................... . ...... • Helen Wehner
Majeska .........•......... ... :. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Freda McCollough
Rutka ....•...................................... Ralph Taylor
Sletka. . • . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Melvin Sage
Dombra ......•..... ... . ... .................... ... Ron Webster
Simpka .....•................................. Orner Van Vleck
Miss Neuman .................................... Shirley Taylor
Limbo Lamb ....•................. .. ............. Virginia Stach
Adele ... ..... ................................ Laura Van Vleck
Mr. Gillis .....•................................. Charles Meade
Bill .....•.......................•.............. Daryl Mitchell
THE SHAWNEE COUNTY REPORTER
ROSSVIL.l..E,
KANSAS
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Melvin Sage, Mr. Tom Hedges, Carolyn Farley, Gary Dick, Evan Jones, Carolyn Davis, Freda McCollough, Helen Wehner,
Shari McDonald, Kathy Becker, Linda Bush, Bonnie Tuller, Susan Nadeau,
Doug French, Ron Rasch.
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Rose Stadler
June Murray
Debbie Patterson
Marilyn Stach
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The band performed at all home games and ·
parades. They participated in Band Day at Emporia
State College, October 24, and the Mid- East
League Band Festival at Silver Lake, February
18. They presented various numbers at our
Christmas assembly and Spring Concert. The
band received a II rating at the District Music
Festival held at Washburn University.
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Wayne Macha, Rose Stadler, Marilyn
Stach, June Murray, Debbie Patterson, Shirley Taylor, Dave Richardson,
Diane Murray, Bob Dolezilek, Jan Campbell, Jeanette Wilt, Carolyn
Gresser, Benny Stach, Kathy Dayton, Jane Parr.
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The Majorettes did a fine job of leading the
school at the three parades held during the school
year. They performed during the half-time ceremonies at home football games.
For the first time in several years a boy,
Melvin Sage, was chosen Drum Major for the
school. Melvin also played an instrument in the
band.
Melvin Sage
ECON-0-WASH LAUNDRY
CONGRATULATIONS SENIOR CLASS
WEHNER'S VARIETY,
ST.
MARY•S ,
KANSAS
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KANSAS
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Becker, Linda Gardner, Marilyn Trubey, Sharrai Sage, Jan Campbell,
Rose Stadler, Marilyn Stach, Diana Mitchell, June Murray, Jeanette Wilt. THIRD ROW: Freda McCollough,
Sharri McDonald, Helen Wehner, Charlotte Olejnik, Sandy Macha, Rebecca Zeller, Laurel Gee, Sharon
Mayer, Anna Sullivan, Jane Duley. SECOND ROW: Ron Rasch-pianist, Vicki Cowan, Mary Ent, Bonnie
Fauerbach, Lynda Searcy, Shirley Taylor, Linda Gannon, Linda Bush, Kathy Dayton, Beverly Davis, Mr.
Hedges. FRONT ROW: Amy Jones, Debbie Patterson, Jane Parr, Virginia Stach, Bonnie Tuller, Laura Van
Vleck, Carolyn Davis. NOT PICTURED: Connie Bahner, Elaine Anderson.
VOCAL GROUPS I Er
The boys' and girls' glee clubs participated in the Mid-East League Vocal Clinic
at Alma, November 12. The guest director was Mr. James Hershberger from Kansas
State University. The glee clubs provided numbers for the Christmas assembly and
the Spring Concert. The girls' glee club received a II rating at the District Music
Festival.
The girls' ensemble and girls' trio entertained at many of the school and community
events throughout the year. Both the ensemble and the trio received II ratings at the
District Music Festival.
Rossville was well represented at the Festival by solos. Ron Rasch and Linda
Bush received I and III ratings respectively for piano solos. Helen Wehner and Jean~tte
Wilt received II ratings for vocal solos.
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Linda Bush
Amy Jones
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Hedges, Kenny McGranahan, Don Dolezilek, Dave Richardson, Myles
Preble, Wayne Macha, Dwight Martinek, Larry Wehner, Ron Webster, Tom Gideon, Bob Dolezilek. FRONT
ROW: Ralph Taylor, Doug French, Ron Rasch, Bob Wehner, Charles Meade, Gene Pugh, Gary Dick, Evan
Jones, Terry Lambert, Benny Stach.
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen Wehner, Shirley
Taylor, Rebecca Zeller, Jane Parr, Rose Stadler, Virginia
Stach, Jeanette Wilt. FRONT ROW: Ron Rasch, Kathy
Dayton, Linda Bush, Debbie Patterson, Bonnie Tuller, Amy
Jones, Beverly Davis, Mr. Hedges.
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Ron Rasch received a I rating for his piano solo
"Military Polonaise" by Frederic Chopin at the District Music Festival at Washburn University. He
went on to the state contest at Emporia where he also
received a I rating. His musical ability was put to
good use during the school year as he accompanied
the girls' and boys' glee clubs .
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ACADEMIC SUBJECTS
LEFT: Geometry,
Mrs. R~chardson.
RIGHT: English III,
Mr. McGee.
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TOPEKA
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Agriculture I,
Mr. Williams.
RIGHT: Bookkeeping,
Mrs. Simmers.
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LEFT: Home
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Mrs. Searcy .
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Mr. Hedges.
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WESTSIDE BARBER SHOP
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: M,:ark Preble, Gary Dick, Trainer; Don Whitmore, Ray Harper, William Smith,
Terry Lambert, Larry Martinek, Mike Nadeau, Gene Pugh, Dick Deiter, Benny Stach, Trainer. SECOND ROW:
Chuck Meade, Dwight Martinek, Bill Lloyd, George House, Don Dolezilek, Barton Larson, Bob Wehner, Dave
Richardson, Randy Scott, Joe Duley. FRONT ROW: Coach McGee, Larry Wehner, Carl Farley, Orner Van Vleck,
Tom Sage, Art Campbell, Melvin Sage, Bob Dolezilek, Oren Kovar, Myles Preble, Wayne Macha, Coach Willits.
Not much was expected of the Bulldogs with only six returning lettermen. However, they were a hard -working group and won second place in the League with a 5-1
record and a 6-2 record overall.
Picked to the All-League first team were Art Campbell, Carl Farley, Oren Kovar,
and Dwight Martinek. Dwight also received Honorable Mention on the Northeast AllArea team.
CO-CAPTAINS: Dwight Martinek,
Art Campbel.l
A-TEAM
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Oskaloosa
Alta Vista
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Barton Larson, Dwight Martinek, Coach Larry McGee, Art
Campbell, Gary Dick, Randy Scott, Orner Van Vleck, Oren Kovar, Melvin
Sage, ChaPles Meade, Co ac h Don Willits .
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TOWN AND COUNTRY INSURANCE
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Willits, Melvin Sage, Carl Farley, Art Campbell, Myles Preble, Dwight
Martinek, Wayne Macha, Coach McGee. FRONT ROW: Larry Wehner, D aryl Mitchell, Gary Dick, Trainer;
Danny D a yton, Oren Kovar .
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TEAM HAS SUCCESSFUL YEAR
The Bulldogs finished the season third in the Mid-East League. They capped a
fine season by winning the District and getting fourth in the Regional Tournament.
Art Campbell and Dwight Martinek were named to the Mid-East All-Star Team.
In addition to this honor, Martinek was a member of the Northeast All-Area Team
and received Honorable Mention on the All-State Team, and Campbell received
Honorable Mention to tne Northeast All-Area Team.
CO-CAPTAINS: Art Campbell
Dwight Martinek
Rossville
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Rossville
Rossville
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Rossville
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Dover
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Silver Lake
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St. Marys
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Delia
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Eskridge
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Alma
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Alta Vista
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Perry
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Alma
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Willits, Bob Dolezilek, Don Dolezilek, Gene Pugh, Dave Richardson, Bob
Wehner, Tom Sage, Coach McGee. FRONT ROW: Larry Martinek, William Smith, Mark Preble, Mike Nadeau,
Dick Deiter.
This year we had a very ambitious "B" Team. With hard work and hustle on the
part of every player, they ended the season with a record of five wins and eleven
losses. Although they were young and inexperienced, they have the potential of being
fine basketball material in the future.
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Rossville
Rossville
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Rossville
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ROW: Don Dolezilek, Joe Duley, Bob Wehner, Carl Farley, Dave Richardson, Art Campbell, Dwight Martinek,
Wayne Macha, Gene Pugh, Bill Lloyd. NOT PICTURED: Ken McGranahan.
The track squad, although small, broke several school records, Carl Farley the
440 yard dash, and Art Campbell the shot put and the javelin. The track squad placed
seventh at the League Track Meet held at Kansas State University, Manhattan. Lettermen this year were George House, Dan Dayton, Bob Dolezilek, Tom Sage, Don Dolezilek, Joe Duley, Carl Farley, Dave Richardson, Art Campbell, Dwight MartinPk,
Wayne Macha, Gene Pugh, and Ken McGranahan. The annual Freshman-Sophomore
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PRESIDENT
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V IC E PRESIDENT
COLORS:
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Vicki Cowan
SECRETARY -TREASURER
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STUDENT COUNCIL
Jan Campbell
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PRESIDENT
Robert Wehner
VICE PRESIDENT
Anna Sullivan
SECRETARY -TREASURER
Wayne Macha
STUDENT COUNCIL
Diana Mitchell
STUDENT COUNCIL
COLORS:
Ice Blue and
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Mary Ent
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George House
VICE PRESIDENT
Carl Farley
SECRETARY
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STUDENT COUNCIL
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CONNIE JOY BAHNER
Student Council 4, Vice-President 1;
Kayettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 4, Treasurer
4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Glub 1, 2,
3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Plays 3,4
ARTHUR LEE CAMPBELL
Football 2, 3, 4, All-League 2, 3, 4,
Honorable Mention All-Area 3, CoCaptain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, AllLeague 3, 4, Honorable Mention AllArea 3, 4, Co-Captain, 4; Baseball 1,
2;Track 1,2,3,4;F.F.A. 1,2,3,4,
Sentinel 3, Secretary 4, State Convention 2, 3, 4, State Farmer 4; Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Ensemble 2;
Play 3; Homecoming King Attendant 4
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DIANA LYNN COWAN
Student Council 1, Vice-President 2,
Secretary 3; Kayettes 1, 2, 3,4, Board
3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "A" Team
Cheerleader 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3;
Mixed Chorus 1; Year book Staff 4; Plays
3, 4; Homecoming Queen Attendant 4
DANIEL ALAN DAYTON
President 2, Student Council 4; Football
Trainer 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Yearbook Staff
3,4; Plays 3,4; Sweetheart King Attendant 4; Boys' State 3
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GARY LEON DICK
Student Council 3; Football 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Trainer 4; Baseball 2, 3;
Track 1; F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, State Convention 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club
2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Ensemble 3;
Plays 3, 4
CAROLYN LEE FARLEY
Kayettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3; Pep Club
1, 2, 3, 4, "A" Team Cheerleader 3,
Head Cheerleader 4; Band 1, 2,4; Glee
Club 1, 2, 3; Plays 3,4; Homecoming
Queen Attendant 4; Sweetheart Queep.
Attendant 4
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THOMAS LAVERL GIDEON
Transferred from St. Marys
Club 4
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DONNA KAYE HAGEDORN
Transferred from Topeka West 3; Student Council 3, Secretary 3, Treasurer
4; Kayettes 3, 4, Board 4; Pep Club 3 ,
4, Treasurer 4; Band 3, Secretary 3;
Glee Club 3; Plays3,4
AMY LEIGH JONES
Student Council 2, Secretary 2; President 1; Kayettes 1, 2, 3, 4; Board 3, 4;
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Ensemble 3,
4, Trio 4; Yearbook Editor 4; Plays 3,
4; Valedictorian 4
OREN DEAN KOVAR
Transferred from Delia 3; Football 4,
A ll-Le ague 4; Basketball 3,4; Baseball
3;'Yearbook Staff 4; Plays 3,4; Homecoming King 4; Speech Festiv a l 4
BARTON EARL LARSON
Footb a ll 1, 2, 4; Basketb a ll 1; Track 1,
2,3;F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3,
Vice-President 4 , State Convention 2,
3; Glee Club 1; Yearbook Staff 4
FREDA VIOLA McCOLLOUGH
Kayettes 1, 2, 3,4, Board 4; Pep Club
1, 2, 3, 4, "A" Team Cheerleader 4,
Vice-President 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Band 1,4; Plays 3,4; Sweetheart Queen
4
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SANDRA ANN MACHA
Student Council 4, Tre a surer 4; Kayettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4 ·; Pep Club 1,
2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook
Staff 4; Plays 3, 4; D. A. R. ,Citizen
Award 4; Librarian 2, 3, 4
DWIGHT JOSEPH MARTINEK
Student Council 1, Vice-President 4;
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention
All-League 3, All-League 4, Honorable Mention All-Area 4, Co-Captain
4; Basketba ll 1, 2, 3, 4, Honorable
Mention All-League '3, All-League 4,
All-Area 4, Honorable Mention AllState 4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3;
Track1,2,4;F.F.A. 1,2,3,4;Secretary 3, President 4, State Convention
2, 3, 4, State Farmer 4; Glee Club 1,
2, 3, 4; Ba nd 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1,·2,
3; Mixed Ensemble 3, 4; Yearbook Staff
4; Plays 3, 4; Sweetheart King 4; OneAct Play 2; Boys' State 3; Speech
Festival 4
CHARLES ULYSESS MEADE, JR.
Student Council 4, President 4; Football 2, 3,4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1, 2
3; F. F. A. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3;
Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Ensemble 1; Plays
3, 4; Homecoming King Attendant 4;
Speech Festival 4 .
DARYL THEODORE MITCHELL
Secretary-Treasurer 2; Football ·1, 2;
Basketball1,2,4;Baseb a ll1;F.F . A.
1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1,
Mixed Chorus 1; Plays 3, 4; Speech
Festival 4
DIANE KAY MURRAY
Student Council 3, Treasurer 3; Kayettes 1,2,3,4, Board 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,
3,4;Band 1,2,3,4;GleeClub 1,2,3;
Yearbook Staff 4; Plays 3, 4
JOSTEN 1 S TREASURY CRAFT JEWELRY AND STATIONERY
OWATONNA,
MINNESOTA
MELVIN DUANE SAGE
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 , Honorable Mention
All-League 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 1, 2,3;F.F.A . 1,2,3,4;Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 4; Glee Club 1;
Plays 3, 4
RANDAL WILLIAM SCOTT
Transferred from Corning 2; VicePresident 4; Football 4; Track 3; Play
4; Sweetheart King Attendant 4
VIRGINIA CAROL STACH
Kayettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, President
4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3,
"A" Team Cheerleader 4· Band 1 2·
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choru~ 2',
3; Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Mixed Ensemble
4; Yearbook Staff 4; Plays 3, 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Girls' State 3
RALPH EDWIN TAYLOR
Transferred from Greeley 4; Track 4;
Glee Club 4; Play 4
SHIRLEY ANN TAYLOR
Attended Seaman 3; Student Council 3;
Secretary 3; Kayettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Board
3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4; Mixed
Chorus 2; Ensemble 2, 4; Mixed Ensemble 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Plays 3, 4
BERRY GRAIN AND SEED CO.
ROSSVILLE,
KANSAS
MARILYN MAE TRUBEY
Student Council 3; Kayettes 1, 2, 3, 4,
Board 3, Secretary 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3,
4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Plays 3, 4;
Salutatorian 4
LAURA LUE VAN VLECK
Attended Highland Park 3; Kayettes 1,
2,4;PepClub 1,2,4;GleeClub 1,2,4; .
Play 4; Speech Festival 4
OMER LEE VAN VLECK
Student Council 2, President 4; Treasurer 3; Football 2, 4, Trainer 3; Basketball1;Track 1,2,4;F.F.A. 2,3,4;
Sentinel4; Glee Club 1. 2; Yearbook
Staff 4; Play 4; Librarian 4; Speech
Festival 4
RONALD DEAN WEBSTER
Transferred from Springfield, Mo. 4;
F. F. A. 4; Glee Club 4; Mixed Chorus
4; Play 4
HELEN MARGARET WEHNER
Secretary-Treasurer 1, Presid ent 3;
Kayettes 1,2,3,4, Board 3,4; Pep
Club 1,2,3,4;Band4;GleeClub 1,2,
3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 3; Ensemble 2,
3, 4; Mixed Ensemble 4; District Music
Festival Solo 2, 3, 4; Accompanist 2 ,
3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Plays 3,4; OneAct Play 3; Librarian 3
REBECCA SUE ZELLER
Secretary 4; Kayettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Board
3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4;Band 1,2,3,
4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus
2; Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Ensemble
3,4; Trio 3,4; Plays 3,4
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Martinek, Art Campbell, Melvin Sage, Ron Webster, Tom Gideon. SECOND ROW: D an D ayton, Oren Kovar,
Marilyn Trubey, Diane Murray, Sandy Macha, Donna H age dorn, Virginia Stach, Orner Van Vleck, Ralph T aylor. FIRST ROW: Freda McCollough, Helen Wehner, Laura Van Vleck, Rebecca Zeller, Shirley Taylor , Amy
Jones, Diana Cowan, Carolyn F arley, Connie Bahner .
COMMENCEMENT
Program
Processional - "Pomp and Circumstance"- - - - - -Elgar
Ronald Rasch
VALEDICTORIAN: Amy Jones
SALUTATORIA N : Marilyn Trubey
Invocation----------..;.------- -Rev, D. F. Sears
Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Rossville
•• Brother James Air"----------------- -Bain
Girls Ensemble
Address- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Dr, Harold E. Sponberg
President, Washburn University
Topeka, Kansas
.. How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings"- - - - - - - - - - - Cain
Girls Ensemble
Presentation of Class- ------H. D. Richardson, Principal
Presentation of Diplomas- - ----- - - - - - -C. G, Dayton
Director, Board of Education
Benediction----------------- -Rev. D. F. Sears
Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Rossville
Recessional .-" Pomp and Circumstance"- - - - - - -Elgar
(Audience please stand for Processional)
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On Sunday, May 2, twenty-six Seniors and their sponsors left for the Lake of the
Ozarks. The two days at Kirkwood Lodge were filled with many exciting activities.
Swimming, sunning, boating, and horseback riding were favorite day-time sports. A
dance and a talent show were held each night. The Seniors arrived safely home Tuesday, May 4, exhausted but happy.
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CLASS OF 1965-0UR HISTORY
Twenty-seven shy freshmen entered high school in September, four short /e'ars
ago. That year Amy Jones led the class as President, Connie Bahner as Vice-president,
and Helen Wehner as Secretary-Treasurer. Diana Cowan and Dwight Martinek were
our Student Council representatives and Mr. Wallace Glanville was our class sponsor.
Our first class party was held in the gym with the sophomore class. We danced, tumbled, and played games all evening. The party was enjoyed by all.
Dave Mazer, Jim Boyles, and Larry Morrison were not with us our sophomore
year, however Connie Smith and Randy Scott joined us. Our class officers were Dan
Dayton, President; Diana Cowan, Vice-president; and Daryl Mitchell, Secretary. Treasurer. Our Student Council representatives were Amy Jones and Orner Van Vleck
and again Mr. Glanville was our sponsor. Our class party this year was a skating
party which was Q.eld at the Roll-A-Way Rink in Topeka. Connie Smith left us during
second semester.
At the start of our junior year, Laura Van Vleck was not with us and during the
first semester Shirley Taylor transferred to another school. Both Oren Kovar and
Donna Hagedorn joined us this year. Chosen to lead us this year were Helen Wehner,
President; Dwight Martinek, Vice-president; Diana Cowan, Secretary; and Orner Van
Vleck, Treasurer. Marilyn Trubey and Donna Hagedorn were our Student Council
representatives and Mrs. Simmers was our sponsor this year. We presented a threeact comedy play, DEAR DIARY, which was held on November 27. The play was highly
successful and was directed by Mr. Hedges. We honored the seniors at the JuniorSenior Prom, April 18. The theme of the prom, "Evening in Paris", was carried out
with sidewalk cafes, a fountain, and a mural scene of the Eiffel Tower. Music for the
evening was provided by the "Runaways," a combo group from Topeka.
· Our senior year finally arrived and Shirley Taylor and Laura Van Vleck were with
us once again. Ron Webster, Ralph Taylor, and Tom Gideon also joined us this year.
Leading us this last year in high school were Charles Meade, Presidentj Randy Scott,
Vice-president; Donna Hagedorn, Treasurer; and Rebecca Zeller, Secretary: Student
Council representatives were Dan Dayton and Dwight Martinek and our class sponsor
was Mr. Richardson. Orner Van Vleck served as the Student Council president this
year. Our senior play, THE MANY LOVES OF DOBIE GILLIS, was quite a success
under the direction of Mr. Hedges. We seniors highly enjoyed the Junior-Senior Prom
which was given in our honor on April 24. The theme of the prom, "Roman Holiday",
was carried out with purple, gold and white paper streamers. Huge pillars, ornamented with gold grapes, were placed about the room. Music for the evening was provided by the "Hi-Lites," a dance band from Seaman.
One of the biggest highlights of our senior year was our senior sneak trip. On
May 1, twenty-six excited seniors left for the Lake of the Ozarks to stay at Kirkwood
Lodge. We were kept busy for two days swimming, sunning, boat riding, horseback
riding, dancing, seaplane riding, and viewing scenic Bridal Cave. The trip was enjoyed by all, and everyone hated to leave.
Baccalaureate was held May 16 and the day long awaited for finally arrived. We
seniors marched down the aisle to graduate on May 21, 1965.
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NOLLER FORD
Dudley Weed - S'ales Rep.
ROY FREY'S WESTERN WEAR
121 East Hiway 24
SWIRLY TOP
VAN VLECK OIL CO.
WANDA'S BEAUTY SHOP
ST. MARYS
CAPITAL CITY BARBER COLLEGE
812 N. Kansas Ave.
SCHAFFERT -GRIMES DRUG
3931 Gage Center Drive
DENVER SERUM CO.
1106 N. Central Ave.
SIMILAR MODE COMPANY
"Uniforms of Distinction"
DONOHUE WATCH & SWAP SHOP
840 N. Kansas Ave .
SNYDER STAMP & KEY CO.
1021 Kansas Ave.
ESCHMANN JEWELERS
601 Kansas Ave.
STANLEY'S FLOWERS
DR . F. E. BROWN
GOCKEL'S I. G . A.
STEVE SMITH CAMERA, . INC.
JIM'S PHARMACY
HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIO, INC
119 W. 6th Street
LANDIS BAKERY
MARY ANN'S DANCE STUDIO
MILLER'S DEPT. STORE
HAROLD'S MACHINE SHOP
Harold Irwin, Propr.
P. N. HIRSH & CO.
830 North Kansas
DR. ORVAL L. SMITH
SILVER LAKE
LACY AUTO SUPPLY
1129 Kansas Ave.
COUNTRY KITCHEN CAFE
MARKS
Dresses & Sportswear
GOODMAN -NIGHTINGALE GRAIN ,
INC.
MARTIN'S HOBBY SHOPS
Hobbies-Toys-Art
MARTINEK SERVICE
MONK'S BAIT CENTER
1505 West 6th
SILVER LAKE VARIETY STORE
SKINNER'S GARDEN STORE &
FLORAL
Lower Silver Lake Road
MONK'S FLOOR COVERING
1505 West 6th
MONTGOMERY WA R-Q & CO.
613 Kansas Ave .
/
.
48
SUPERIOR RECORD SHOP
904 N. Kansas Ave.
THE TEAM SPORTING GOODS
1915 Gage
TOMMY'S AIRPORT CAFE
Municipal Airport
WOLFE'S PHOTO SUPPLY
116 West 8th Street
Shop WOOLWORTH$ first
for all your needs.
ANONYMOUS FRIEND
WAMEGO
DR. G. B. THROOP

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