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In 2004 Dianne sent some wonderful family pictures.
But didn't identify anyone in them.
 
So I won't either! You are on your own.
 
 
 
 
Grade School and High School Days
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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National Art Honor Society
Selects 38 Members for '54
   Membership in National Art Honor Society has to be re-earned each year. Members for 1954 are: Pat Adamson, Donald Ames, Maren Benjamin, Barbara Boley, Dan Boswell, Rosemary Bowles, Donna Carlson, Suzan Chaffee, Patsy Conner, Judi Evans, Lois Garner, Mary Glinn, Patty Goldberg, Betty Greer, Nancy Hamilton, Shannon Jones, Rockne Krebs, Charles McGehee, Dianne Maple, Barbara Martin, Carol Means, Curry Miles, Ronald Pine, Karl Quick, Dotty Robinson, Betty Schick, Cecelia Spann, Jean Stafford, Darlene Stanley, Yvonne Straisinger, Yvonne Strode, Bob Sundquist, Richard Tubesing, Betty Wilson.
   Judges were: Miss Rosemary Beymer, art director for the Kansas City public schools; Miss Agnes Crawford, art teacher at East high school; Miss Mabel Newitt, art teacher at Northeast; and Mrs. Jerry Mannings, former art teacher at the Nelson Gallery of Art and Southeast.
   43 candidates displayed work and 35 students were accepted for membership.
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Chit Chat
   Some senior gals really had a swell picnic. After stuffing themselves they all went down to the memorial fountain on Meyer, took off their shoes and went wading. Oletha Ludwig and Shirley Ducate were the victims of foul play. Seems someone shoved them in much to the hilarity of: Dianne Maple, Mabel Greenlee, Leann Riggs, and Barbara Fuller.
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   Pat Bixman's new house was initiated with a swell party. Some seen there were: Louise Erickson, Dianne Maple, Shirley Fenton, Duane Phillips (Paseo), and Gary Barnard (Paseo
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Chit Chat
   Dianne Maple is constantly looking for bittersweet colored "Chevies." Could it be that Pat Cartwright has the one she's looking for?
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   Beverly Reynolds is about to be crowned the first Football Queen of Southeast High School at the victory dance held in our gym. Beverly's attendants are: Carol Gain, Barbara Fuller, and Dianne Maple.
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Victory Dance Held
Dianne Maple Crowned Queen;
Candidates Act as Attendants
    Exuberant spirits and spring frocks were adorned for the basketball victory dance. 
   The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the basketball queen and her attendants.  Dianne Maple, the queen, reigned over the dance with the aid of her attendants, Gale Horton, Barbara Fuller, Linda Harling, and Julie Thomson.
   At 9:00, the blue and red decorated gym was fully lighted.  The queen and her attendants were escorted to the throne.  Speeches were made and crowns were placed on the girls by Mr. McMillan, Mr. Powell, Mr. Adams, Mr. Bates, and Danny Stan-ley.  With the Stand Stanton band providing music, the royalty danced memorable dances with the one who had crowned them.
   The girls then danced wit their escorts.  They were: Dianne and Pat Cartwright, Gale and Harvey Greer, Barbara and Harry Hutton, Linda and Danny Stanley, and Julie and Bob Butler.
        Dianne wore a white formal with a corsage of red roses.  Barbara Fuller and Gale Horton wore blue gowns with pink roses.  Linda wore lavender and Julie wore aqua.  Both dresses were adorned with orchids.  All in all, the basketball victory dance was a complete success.
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All of these articles came from issues
of the Tower published our senior year.
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These are the pictures Dianne shared in 2004
No one is Identified
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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