Fort Osage High School - Indian Legends Yearbook (Independence, MO)
- Class of 1970
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Fifty-one years of
From principal and teacher at the Levasy
School to assistant principal at Fort Osage
High School, Miss Mary Moore has served
the district with a dedication hard to equal.
But even more difficult to match would be the
51 years she has given to education.
Arriving at six a.m. and working till five or
six in the evening was a normal working day
for Miss Moore. There was always a cot
standing by in her office should she decide
it was too late to return home when she
finished her work.
Besides being assistant principal, she also
found time to teach algebra classes. Many
freshmen and sophomores who were informed
they would have Miss Moore for a class shud-
dered at the thought. They had heard hours
of hard work were a necessity in her classes.
of 1970 yearbook
But when students arrived they found a very
willing teacher and woman who would spend
as much time with an individual as was
It was that type of dedication which won
her the respect of the entire student body.
The students showed their appreciation
in a standing ovation at the final awards as-
sembly, a small, but genuine payment for 51
years of service. -
Miss Moore has sponsored several organi-
zations, such as Student Council. She was
also responsible for the beginning of AFS.
For her unyeilding determination, her total
involvement in school life, and simply be-
cause she is Miss Moore, we dedicate the
1970 Indian Legends to her.
TOP: Miss 'Moore presents Bruce Adams with the
math department award as recognition of his ability.
'n th? Same -assembly Students gave Miss Moore a
Stendlng ovation in recognition of her ability. RIGHT:
Miss Moore established AFS at the.F0r1g and on AFS
Day she talked to Ramon Flodriquez and Freida Can-
Siqnj. LEFT. Miss Moore makes certain each student
erstands math problems and their solutions.
MISS MARY MOORE
1970: A year of winning
1970: Myriads of talent
and student success
1970 launched a new decade
which delighted to the sounds
of success. Ripples of laughter,
sobs of joy and exclaimed
prideg these sounds accompa-
nied sighs of fatigue moans of
defeat and the grit of dedicated
These sounds were the
sounds of student talent, and
accomplishment. This was the
sound of 1970.
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'70 dress codes
With Hyman Nleinershagen serving ass the
president, the 1969-70 school board set
down the rules that the students must abide
by for the coming school year. Also serving
on the board are Bradley Offutt, Armin Stoen-
ner, Dwight Owens, Von Young, and Wallace
Berrier. Meeting with the board was Gale
Bartow, superintendent of schools. .
The school board worked closely with the
students and faculty in acquiring accredita-
tion from the North Central Evaluation Sys-
tem. Also, a bond was proposed which
passed in March. The bond provides for the
building of a new junior high in the east end,
to be completed in 1971. The school will
serve as a grade school for two years before
becoming a junior high for the east part of
LEFT: lVlr. Gale Bartow, Superintendent, signs another
paper helping improve the Fort Osage School District.
TOP RIGHT: BOARD OF EDUCATION: lVlr. Gale T.
Bartow, Superintendent: Bradley Offutt, Glenn Mallott,
Bud Berrier, Hyman Meinershagen, President: Armin
Stoenner, Von Young.
lVlr. Gale T. Bartow
Mr. Dick Brown
Director of Buildings and
lVlr Vernon Drown
District lVluslc Coordinator
Mrs Gladys Hamilton
Director of Food Services
Mr Carl Jordan
Mr Harry Losslng
Director of Personnel
Franklin, Mr. David Kuhlman,
senior i-iigh Junior High
Miss Mary MO0rSi
Asst. Sr. High
Mr. Kim Schaberg,
TOP CENTER Mr Kuhlman attends to an important
phone call from a parent during his daily routine
LEFT Miss Moore assistant principal attends to her
transportation books to help keep the school running
efficiently BOTTOM Sally Tennis gives an NCA
member a grand tour of the Fort
to gain NCA title
Mr. Richard Franklin, senior high princi-
pal, worked diligently for a year to have Fort
Osage High School accepted by the North
Central Association, NCA. This association
makes it possible for any student who gradu-
ates from the Fort to attend any college he
wishes. Mr. Franklin initiated this idea, and
he, along with the teachers, have worked on
it the past year.
Helping Mr. Franklin, was Miss M a ry
Moore, assistant principal. Miss Moore's
duties consisted of keeping the attendance
and transportation records. She also was
in charge of text books sales.
For the first time this year, Mr. Kim Scha-
berg became Administrative Assistant. His
duties were extra-curricular activities.
Mr. David Kuhlman, principal of Fort
Osage Junior High School, shared his duties
with Mr. Robert Keeton, Assistant principal.
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Clerk Registrar Board
Lillie Gerald Katerine Gilbert Debbie Hargrove
Secretary Library Asst. Secretary
Bobbie Briegel Eunice CasadY
Receptionist Phyllis English
Treasurer to Mary Ann Howe
' Board Secretary
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Rzibliginllgldlgeton Sharld Llggett Jeannie Smith
ROW TWO Bgrb ennls Connie Shrout Janet Breuer
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Many worked steadily in '70 to make the
Fort stand out- in the minds of area residents.
Much energy was spent propelling the
achievements accomplished, and the center
of this success was those ladies who helped
administrators and students.
Secretaries Debbie Hargrove, Mrs. Bar-
bara Brigel, Mrs. Norma Hoover, Mrs. Lillie
Gerald, Mrs. Mary Ann Howe and Mrs. Norma
Alexander assisted the district's leaders at
the Administration Building.
Mrs. Phyllis English and Mrs. Deannie
Joseph were regarded by high school stu-
dents as ladies who could solve the most
difficult problem and junior high students
regarded Mrs Mary Lee McDaniels in the
same genuine attitude of respect FOHS was
lucky to have capable help
Mary Lee McDaniel
TOP Patty Shupe gives Paul Gaume the correct
change BOTTOM Diana Hulett answers the school
telephone one of the many duties of the office girls
Cooks serve food
to district schools
The Fort Osage. School District saw an up-
grading in its food service program. An in-
creased staff of eleven ladies under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Wanda Cully, prepared the
meals for the high school and the six ele-
mentary schools in the district. A food ser-
vice delivery wagon was operated by Ed
Bostwick. Mrs. Norma Herndon, Mrs. Phyllis
Goldsberry, and Mrs. Dorothy Kesler acted
as hostesses at the high school.
Besides their regular duties, the staff pre-
pared meals for the Booster Club meetings
and buffet dinners for the North Central
Custodians worked around the clock to
do their part in keeping the school running
smoothly. Maintenance and repair of faucets,
drains and furnaces kept them busy.
Parker Ruth Crossley Emma Donovan Betty Hum Grantham Roma Davis Letha Long Ed Bostwick
FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL: Mrs. Cully, Mrs. Dorothy bird, Rose Taylor Doreen Wilson Ruth Starnes Louise
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brought pride in a completed
term paper, a delight in a
concept finally understood.
Teachers served as aides and
guides to students as they
struggled to become teachers
of themselves and not merely
receptacles of fact. Sincere
enthusiasm by both teachers
and students made education
and learning easier in Aca-
Weight training and tennis were intro-
duced to the boys' and girls' physical educa-
tion classes in l69-'7O.
Mrs. Maggart and Mrs. Phillips, girls, P.E.
instructors, presented many activities some
of which were not taught before at the'Fort.
Archeryjpyramids, and tennis units were
added along with activities such as table
tennis, stunts and tumbling, and basketball.
The girls displayed a great deal of enthu-
siasm and interest in physical education this
year, more than had been shown in previous
Boys' P.E. classes had a variety of ac-
tivities the first three quarters. Bad weather
delayed the spring activities and cut down
participation in activities such as soccer,
baseball, and flag football.
MV '-HWY Fi?-Chef, Mr. Jerry Hedger, Mrs. C. J. Maggart, Mrs. Eileen Phillips, Mr. Larry Smith
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RIGHT: Cindy Langhammer takes an active part in
P.E. class. BOTTOM: Coach Jerry Hedger, shown
here lecturing to his biology class, was chosen "Foot-
ball Coach ofthe Year."
Mrs Maryellen Anderson,
Mr Louis Banker M.A.
Miss Sandra Durrlll, M.S.
TOP: Miss Cox and Miss Lundy discuss paper grad-
ing between classes. RIGHT: Mrs. Anderson works
diligently to keep the Library in order. LEFT: Mike
Lamb, senior, works on an English lV term paper.
For the Fort Osage English Department,
1969-70 was a year of transformations. Sev-
eral classics in literature were taught such
as Hawthorne's Scarlet Letter, Milton's Para-
dise Lost, and Shakespeare's varied works.
Term papers were another project which
the students undertook. A large choice of
topics were offered to the students to help
them with their research.
Mrs. Linda Smith, department chairman
with Mrs. Pam Robinson, Miss Sue Runnels
and Mr. Steve Harden worked to form a new
curriculum for the 1970-1971 year.
A semester schedule with more liberal
choices for freshmen and seniors was de-
cided upon. This new program was highly
praised by the North Central Evaluating
Mrs. Katherine Gilbert, B.S
Mr. Stephen Harden, B.S.
English ll, Am. Problems
Mrs. Lois Parker, B.S.
Mr. Fluth Raveill
NCA accepts English skills
Mrs. Susan Redfern, Miss Edythe Roberts, Mrs. Pamela Miss Suzette
B.S. B.S. Robinson, B.S. Runnels, B.S.
. English Ill English English Ill English lll
TOP: Linda Hostetter helps Miss Sibel set up props
for "Our Town." CENTER: Mrs. Redfern checks over
her assignment book. RIGHT: Mrs. Smith chuckles
over the humor in Paradise Lost. LEFT: An NCA
judge chats with Mrs. Robinson on an evaluation day.
Miss Alyce Sibel, B.S.
Miss Laura Smith, B.S. ik
Mrs Linda Smith B S
Chairman English Department
Mrs Marlene Williams BS
Mr Leo Gussman MISS PHTVICIH
Huntsucker B A
Vocal MUSC Junzor Hugh Art
Mrs Donna Kmg Mrs Ida McAnulty
Junlor Sensor Hugh F0f9'Qn I-a"1QUa99
Moore BA Mr Wllllam
French Scrlven M M E
LEFT Mr Stoner student teacher In Band practlces
his dlrectmg with the Forts students TOP Mr Scrlven
directs hrs band to a I ratmg In district BOTTOM
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Fine arts break
1970 was a year of history making, suc-
cess, and achievement for the Fine Arts
All existing records set by former band
and choir members were broken when the
1970 band and choirs attended the District
Music Festival. Band under the guidance of
lVIr. Bill Scriven sent 25 solo and ensemble
entries. 13 returned with I ratings.
Through the direction of lVlr. Leo Gussman,
choir members set a new record by bringing
back to the Fort 7 number I ratings.
lVlrs. Vernay Thrapp, Art teacher sponsored
an art showing for Fort art students. The
show held May 3 was a success and gave
students a chance to sell their exhibits to
Mrs Vernay Thrapp B.A.
Student Teacher Band
Mr. Larry Deaton, M.A.
Mr. Robert Keeton, M.S
Junior High Counselor
Mrs. Ruth Ann Koehler,
Mr Thomas Weakley
first Career Day
In 1969-70 the Counseling Department in-
troduced a new means of guidance. "Career
Day" brought to Fort Osage 55 business in-
dustries, labor unions and professions. Stu-
dents in grades 9412 could talk with different
businesses and discuss opportunities for
employment after graduation.
Larry F. Deaton, Director of Guidance, and
his associates Ruth Ann Koehler, Walter
Kennon, Tom Weakley, and Robert Keeton
strive to outline to the students the choices
that are possible and make suggestions to
the student in making that choice.
The counselors are here to help interpret
problems that a student doesn't understand:
both emotional and everyday problems that
arise. They listen to students and try to
help the student to hear himself.
TOP LEFT: Mr. Deaton checks grades for the honor
roll. BOTTOM: Mrs. Koehler advises a student on his
schedule for next year. RIGHT: Mr. Keaton checks
his calendar for school events. TOP RIGHT: Mr.
Weakley relaxes in his office after a hard day of
Mr Dale Childs B S
Mr Larry Cole B A
Am History World History
Miss Joyce Franks B S
Am History Mo History
Mr Paul Hoer M S
Mr Mike Johnson M A
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TOP CENTER: Chip Weeg, sophomore, impatiently
raises his hand to express his opinion. RIGHT: Mr
Johnson encourages his class to take part in discus-
sion BOTTOM CENTER' Mr Childs ca tures the at
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tention of his class by his lecture. LEFT: Mr. Cole as-
sists his student teacher.
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Youth of America
The students interest and current prob-
lems of the world was the entire idea be-
hind the updated curriculum in the 1969-70
Mr. Paul E. Hoer, department head and
world history teacher worked with his co-
workers, Mr. Gary Kelly, geography, Mis-
souri history and world history instructor,
Mr. Larry Cole, American history teacher.
Miss Joyce Franks, American history and
Missouri history teacher and Mr. Steve Hard-
en, American problems teacher to bring
about the changes.
In most of the classes a non-textbook
unit was taken up. This study concerned'
the problems of the day such as drugs,
pollution, and the population explosion. The
students discussed the cause and went in
Search ofa cure.
Mr. Gary Kelly, Mr. Paul Loving, MVS- Olive
Bs. Bs. Lundy. B-S.
World History, I Citizenship Social STUCUGS
TOP LEFT: Mrs. .Lundy shows patient understanding
with her young students. TOP RIGHT: Bill Smith at-
tempts a last look before taking a history test. BOT-
TOM RIGHT: Nelia Hoaglin finds the use of a world
'map helpful in history. BOTTOM LEFT:'Mr. Kelly
uses maps to emphasize his teaching methods.
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Mrs. Eleanor Bohnert, B.S.
Mr. Richard BurnS, B.S.
Mr. Robert Cary, B.S.
Chairman, Shop Depaflthem
Mrs. Isabelle Clark, B.S.
Chairman, Home Economics
Family Living, Home Ec. Ill
Mrs. Mary Jean Clark, B.S.
Mrs. Sue Christy, B.S.
LEFT: Miss Rich patiently dictates to her Shorthand
class. Her constant dedication helped to lead the
Fort to second place in State competition. TOP: A
dedicated Shop teacher, Mr. Cary, illustrates the
skill of measuring to his students. RIGHT: Jr. High
Shop teacher, Mr. Hargrave, demonstrates how to use
an electric saw to his eighth grade students.
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'70 Practical arts
pass all hopes
ln the practical arts field four departments
were represented: Business, Driver's Educa-
tion, Home Economics, and Shop.
This year's business department took four
students to district contest at Central lvlis-
souri State College in Warrensburg. Rhonda
Ficke advanced to state in novice shorthand
Driverts Education classes exceeded their
sections from six to nine this year with lVlr.
Burns and lvlr. Soendker instructing the
The Home Economics department held
their annual fashion show on lVlay 22. Mary
Bessmer received the title of Betty Crocker
Homemaker of the Year.
The shop department excelled in such
projects as drawing houses to glass cutting.
Mrs. Rainwater teaches skills M M a
LEFT: Barbara Jackson asks for assistance from
typing teacher, Mrs. Rainwater. TOP: Laurel Bryant
practices her business skills running off tests for
Miss Rich. RIGHT: James Houghtailing works frantical-
ly to score high on another timed writing. BOTTOM:
Tom Preston checks his page to see if his error is
Mr. Robert Bauermeister,
Mr. Johnnie Cobb, B.S.
Mr. James Hargrave, B.S.
Junior High Shop
Mrs. Sue Rainwater, B.S.
Miss Barbara Rich, B.S.
Mr. Jerry Soendker, B.S.
Math is mystery
Fort Osage's science program offered stu-
dents a chance to develop their scientific
abilities. Students in lVIr. Buckley's chem-
istry class enjoyed performing experiments.
Physics classes conducted group ,experi-
ments on iight using the laser while biology
classes participated in lab. sessions and
dissected specimens. Students chose studies
in biology, zoology, botany, chemistry, phys-
ics, and conservation.
Freshman algebra and geometry students
experienced difficulty with equations but
with lVIr lvlusgraves help they soon over
came their problems Algebra ll taught much
of the theory of math as well as actual ex
perience in solving problems Students en
joyed the study of logarithms and recog
nized the help they will be in advance study
in science and mathematics
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work paper to help the students with further study.
RIGHT: Mr. Boles uses the overhead projector to
show biology students slides of bacteria. BOTTOM:
Mr. Harden prepares to demonstrate an algebra equa-
tion to his freshman students.
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Mr. James Barron, B.S.
Mr. Nelson Boles, B.S.
Mr. Roger Bruning, B.S
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Mr. Walter Buckley, M.S.
Mr Stephen Gerke B S
Mr Larry Harding M S
Mrs Paula Jackson BS
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LEFT: Mr. Buckley, science department chairman,
checks inventory. TOP CENTER: Mr. McCullough tries
to explain some basic math knowledge. RIGHT: Visual
aid has become an important part of Mr. Parker's
class. CENTER: With chalk in hand, Mr. Barron dem-
onstrates a mathematical problem.
Mr. Leo McCol
Miss Mary Moore, M.S.
Mr. Kenneth M
Mr. Richard Pa
Mr. Robert Phil
Miss Jane Ryan, B,S.
Miss Pamella Stark, B.S.
Mr. Robert Wat
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Mr. Kennth Smith, IVl.A.
Mr. Walter Kennon
Mr. Miles Anderson
Mr. David Boice
Mrs. Ann Franklin
Mr. Joseph Hainline
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1970 marks the second year that the Area
Vocational Technical school has been help-
ing students in this area learn a vocational
trade. The Vocational-Technical school helps
students in the areas of secretarial prac-
tices, mechanics, refrigeration, DECA and
other fields. All these classes prepare pupils
for jobs they would like to fill when they
leave high school. -
The teachers in Vo-Tech must have ex-
perience in the fields they teach. They need
not have a degree in this field. They must
have a vocational certificate issued by the
State Board of Education.
The students attending the Vo-Tech are
from four area high schools. These schools
are Oak Grove, Grain Valley, Blue Springs
and students from the Fort.
TOP: Mr. Anderson and David Lairmore are typical
of the way student and teacher work together in the
Vo-Tech School. BOTTOIVI: Welding class provides
Kenny Waisner with the chance to improve his
welding skill. RIGHT: Norman Thomas works diligently
to repair a radio in electronics class.
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TOP: Rose Hulett, member of the junior high student
council, works hard to keep up with her busy sched-
ule. BOTTOIVI: Patty Shupe performs one duty of the
vice-president of the senior high student council, by
leading the student body in the pledge during an all
school assembly. The group sponsored four assem-
blies for Student's entertainment.
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL-BOTTOM ROW!
Rose Hulett, Sloan Phillips, Russ Hamilton, Rodney
Blake, John Harvey. Row TWO: Susal sanerfieid,
GVGQQ Short, Ronnie Keadle, Jeff Coleman, Kathy
Hamilton, Martha Penniston. ROW THREE Gina Mille,-
Pat Clymer, Craig Heflin, Vicky Jones, Lisa Lampher.
improve the Fort
With Candy Dennis leading the way, the
twenty-one member Student Council, spon-
sored by Miss Mary Moore, proved to be one
of the most active groups where both faculty
and students worked very hard.
Patty Shupe served as vice-president and
Jackie Reeds as secretary of the organiza-
tion which held the Up, Up, and Away home-
coming. The airy, balloon-filled gym came
alive with the mood of the space age.
Charles Shrout was treasurer in 1970, the
year the Student Council was largely respon-
sible for the placement of a new cold drink
The newly formed Junior High Student
Council served as the "reigns to the-junior
high horse." They set up new rules and func-
tions and were constantly on the go.
STUDENT COUNCIL-BOTTOM ROW: Jackie Reeds,
sec., Candy Dennis, pres., Ramon Rodriquez, Patty
Shupe, v-pres., Charles Shrout, treas. ROW TWO:
Terry Stone, Pam Fagan, Karen Griffin, Diane Mc-
Ouerry, Kathy Alleman, Judy Botts, Sally Tennis,
Jackie Borne, Lyla Roe, Andrea Morris, Linda Hos-
tetter, Mary Bessmer, Patti Cunningham, Miss Moore.
ROW THREE: Junior Young, George Lynn, Doug Stoll,
Practice pays offg
drama wins title
The drama department under the new di-
rection of Miss Alyce Sibel, had the finest
showing in the history of the school for the
field of interscholastic competition in the
'field of drama.
Many fatiguing hours of practice, and
dedicated effort became worthwhile in the
realization of the conference title. Adding to
the success of the drama department was
Fallon Woodland who captured 13 of the 25
trophies acquired by drama students.
Others essential in Thespian's success T
were Linda Hostetter, Paul Shrout, Sherrie ff
Phillips and Karen Fteser.
In addition to producing the two one act T2
plays, Miss Sibel directed the highly suc- N3
cessful play "Our Town."
THESPIANS BOTTOM ROW Karen Reser Rick Marks
Linda Hostetter vpres Paul Shrout pres Connie
Shrout Joy Snead sec Pam Fagan Cindy Heman
Miss Sibel ROW TWO Fallon Woodland Jackie
Reeds treas Debbie Hacker Cindy Langhammer
Diane Shields Karen Snyder Jeannie Ownsbey Tim
Julian Debbie Miller ROW THREE Jeannette Cross
'GY Kathy Angell Terry Stone Patty McDaniel Shirley
Boring Mary Jo Bradley Ellen Broyles Karen Hunt
sucker Alice Allen
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NFL. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Banker, Mike Nelson, treas.g
Don Borgman, pres.: Charles Pirtle, sec.: Roger Win-
frey, Mike Madsen, Denise Mitchell, Cheryl Bowman,
Mary Beth Haas, Gail Adlard, Miss Sibel. ROW TWO:
Fallon Woodland, v-pres.: Michelle Morgan, Kathy
Angell, June LeBarron, Sherri Phillips, Debbie Pease,
Cyndi Reeds, Debbie Mayhugh. ROW THREE: Joy
Crites, Rhonda Huntsucker, Joy Hardwick, Linda
Pease, Cyndi Reeds, Debbie Mayhugh. ROW FOUR:
Joy Snead, Jackie Reeds, Linda Hostetter, 'Lucinda
Penniston, Kathy Huntsucker, Connie Shrout, Patty
Larken, Ellen Broyles, Susan Green, Debbie Johnson,
Julie VanDyke. ROW FIVE: Rick Jeffries, Paul Shrout,
John Parker, Mark Reynolds, Jim Jaquess, Dick Bar-
tow, Gary Stanton, Chet Hamilton, Doug Anthony,
Greg Short. ROW SIX: Max Reser, Nin Hulett, Grant
James, George Bohnert, Phil Gibson, Bill Jeffress,
Rick Sims, Evan Kettlewell, Rick Cocklin. ROW
SEVEN: Shelley Johnson, Rose Jefress, Diane Turner,
Pam Fagan, Linda Simpson, Lynn Chapman, Charles
Perrin, Bruce Roe.
LOWER LEFT: The look of happiness on Mr. Louis
Banker's face is the result of trying to cram one more
trophy in the debate trophy case. lt was a very good
year. TOP: Fallon Woodland practices on one of his
many dramatic interpretations. RIGHT: A grand total
of 62 trophies were won this year in both debate and
NFL sets recordg
wins 62 trophies
The Fort's chapter of NFL set a new
school record by winning sixty-two trophies
during the year. Fallon Woodland proved
the biggest individual events winner by tak-
ing home thirteen trophies. One of those
was for second place in Dramatic Interpreta-
tion at the State NFL tournament.
Behind the coaching of Miss Sibel and lVlr.
Banker, the squad swept the conference
championship, amassing more points than
the bottom four finishers combined.
Debaters Don Borgman and Charles Pirtle
compiled one of the finest records in the
history of the Fort. They won four tourna-
ments, including the conference champion-
ship, and took fourth place in the State NFL
tournament. Charles also won second place
in boy's extemp at the State tourney.
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for athletic clubs
Sports and service were driving forces. be-
hind the 1969-70 "ln and UO" clubs.
"I" Club members worked as time keepers
at track meets and also revived the powder
puff football game between the junior and
senior girls. Thirty girls passed rigorous tests
to achieve active membership in 1970.
Off-season "O" Club members viewed
football and basketball games from inside
concession stands- and they used proceeds
to donate two junior high trophy cases to
the school. Club members also adopted new
nylon windbreakers to wear at casual events.
Coach Lawrence Fischer helped the "O"
Club keep pace with the winning ways of the
1969-70 school year by sponsoring the "O"
Club dance and by accompanying the boys
to Big 8 events at Municipal Auditorium.
"O" CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: Coach Lawrence Fischer,
Dennis Vanarsdall, pres.g Jerry Coleman, v-pres.g Doug
Stoll, treas.g Junior Young, social chairman, Bruce
Adams, sec. ROW TWO: Mike Lamb, Ramon Rodri-
quez, Gary Griffin, Scott Taylor, Steve Adams, Harold
Williams, Randy Zeller. ROW THREE: Ken Adams, Gary
Stanton, Mark Reynolds, John Parker, Paul Gaume,
Dean Williamson, Rick Jeffries ROW FOUR: Don Eich-
ler, Howard Cully, John Stewart, Jerry Meyers, Barry
Alexander, Ronnie Combs. ROW FIVE: Charles Wilcox,
Paul Warnex, Chester Young, Roger Hahn, Tom Bar-
clay, Paul VanDyke, Gary Roe, Brad Reese.
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l CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: Irene Barnes, pres.: Karen
Reser, v-pres.: Beverly James, sec., Diana Hulett, treas.:
Shelley Johnson, his.: Mrs. Maggart. ROW TWO: Joy
Snead, Earlene Crone, Candy Dennis, Kathy Taylor,
Janet Breuer, Diane Keadle, Andrea Morris, Devonna
Rodgers, Mary Ann Bohnert, Kathy Fields, Alice Allen.
ROW THREE: Marsha Burge, Carolyn Hedges, Arlene
Winfrey, Rhonda Lasister, Cindy O'Dell, Karen Sims,
Debbie Johnson, Vicky Slee, Debbie Tipton, Donna
Stuart, Janet Butterworth. ROW FOUR: Linda Angelides,
Sharon Kreissler, Kathy Angell, Cindy Langhammer,
Michelle Morgan, Mallee Martin, Susan Thompson,
Jackie Hedges, Belinda Luke, Bonnie Olson, Nelia
TOP CENTER: Paul Van Dyke receives his letter for
football which makes him eligible to join O Club. BOT-
TOM RIGHT: Serving a volleyball takes tremendous
skill as Nancy Hutchins showed during the I Club
tryouts. BOTTOM CENTER: Karen Sims jumps five
feet six to qualify for membership in "I" Club.
TOP: Belinda Luke and Alice Allen ice cupcakes to
be sold in the Spanish Club bake sale. Proceeds
from the sale increased the club's treasury. RIGHT:
New members are inducted into Spanish Honor So-
ciety. The society, formed last year, honors outstand-
ing Spanish students. LEFT: Alice Allen, president,
swings at the pinata during the Spanish Club's Christ-
I -r . i
SPANISH CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. McAnulty, Alice
Allen, Lucinda Penniston, Vinita Gray, Kathy Hunt-
sucker, Belinda Luke. Kim Huber. ROW TWO: Jean
Bessmer, Cheryl Arnold, Varena Smith, Debby Jen-
kins, Susan Savage, Nancy Penniston, Carol Schultz.
ROW THREE: Tom Jones, Sharon Kreissler, Bonnie
Olsen, Brinda Williams, Shirley Hupp, Cindy Read,
Carol Courter, Rhonda Lassister. ROW FOUR: Mike
lVlcCrae, Rick Williams, Cheryl Hall, Cindy O'Dell,
Jeannie Ownsbey, Belinda Remmert.
Alice leads club
in helping needy
Miss Sue Flunnels, lVlr. Frank Frye, the Las
Palmas, the Music Hall, and thee Spanish
Gardens were all features that helped the 33
member Spanish Club learn more about
Spain and its culture.
Alice Allen was the 1970 president who
worked under the direction of Mrs. lda lVlc-
Anulty to adopt two needy families at Christ-
mas and purchase a tree for the beautifica-
tion of the school grounds. Lucinda Pennis-
tion was vice-president for this busy organi-
zation and Venita Gray was the secretary.
Kathy Huntsucker served as treasurer and
Belinda Luke was reporter. Kim Huber co-
ordinated activities in the junior high school
to go along with those of the senior high.
Brenda Williams worked diligently to fulfill
her duties as historian.
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Club grows to 93,
visits art gallery
The 1969-70 French Club increased its
membership to 93 students. For initiation,
the newcomers had to dress as French
artists and obey the commands of all the
The club's monthly meetings were pre-
sided over by president Rhonda Ficke with
the help of the other officers. Denise Davis
held the position of vice-president, Cindy
Austin was secretary, Flick Jeffries took care
of the treasury, and club reporter was Candy
French Club sponsored a booth at the FTA
Carnival in April and held bake sales during
the year as money-making projects.
A trip was made to visit the Nelson Art
Gallery, Kansas City, in early lvlay. Following
a tour of the Gallery in the morning, the stu-
dents had lunch on the Plaza at the restau-
rant of their choice.
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Mrs. Moore and Denise Davis are discussing. RIGHT:
The French Club float placed in the Homecoming
mini-float contest. LOWER LEFT: The new language
lab proved to help students as they study French.
Mark Reynolds and Charles Shrout show the look
of intent concentration.
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FRENCH CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: Rhonda Ficke, pres.,
Denise Davis, v-pres., Cindy Austin, sec., Rick Jef-
fries, tres., Candy Dennis, rep., Mrs. Moore. ROW
TWO: Mary Lynch, Laura Jeffries, Robin Gribble,
Carol Evans, Donna Hastings, Diana Berrier, Barbara
Casady, Darcy Durham, Beverly Howe, Mark Reynolds,
Bruce Adams, Rick Marks, Patty Shupe. ROW THREE:
Joyce King, Debbie Johnson, Melinda Kendrick, Ar-
lene Winfrey, Kathy Angell, Karen LaRue, Cheryl
Bowman, Ellen Broyles, Ilona Olf, Mary Bohnert,
Deborah Ann Gray, Jill Dyer. ROW FOUR: Glenda
Greer, Virginia Horner, Linda Gilmore, Leanne Smith,
Judy Scafe, Beverly Langhammer,
Cathy Lynch, Shelley Johnson, Sally Tennis, Lyla
Roe, Andrea Morris, Diane Keadle. ROW FIVE: Gale
Garrison, Judy Botts, Barbara Johnson, Lola Rea,
Karen Reser, Shari Bland, Lynn Smith, Debbie Miller,
Rosemary Murphy, Jessica Campbell, Shelly Sloan,
Mary Bessmer. ROW SIX: Decius Saunders, Dick
Lamb, Paul Choplin, Geroge Gibson, Gary Stanton,
Dick Bartow, Jim Jaquess, Rick Nelson, Mike Adams,
Paul VanDyke. ROW SEVEN: Earlene Crone, Carolyn
Hedges, Donna Carrender, Debbie Starks, Charles
Shrout, Phil Gibson, Mack Montgomery, Cathy Puck-
ett, Debbie Crites, Mary Lynch, Galia Moser.
FTA keeps busy,
"The World of Snoopy" was the theme of the
annual FTA carnival held in April. The project
kept club members busy for many months and
was lauded as "most successful."
Stuffed animals, paper roses, posters, and
cakes for the cake walk were some of the home-
made prizes worked on to make the carnival a
Deborah Gray, president, and Denise Mitchell,
treasurer, worked together to organize the carni-
val while Mary Bessmer, vice-president and
Judy Botts, secretary, combined to oversee the
dance held the night before the carnival.
With the money earned from the carnival the
club voted several scholarships to be given to
senior girls intending to major in education and
enter the teaching field. ,
FSA-BOTTOM ROW: Denise Davis, Connie Risberg,
Candy Dennis, pres., Cathy Farris, v-pres.: Debbie
Middleton, rec. sec.: Irene Bowman, corres. sec.:
Diana Hulett, treas.g Lola Rae. ROW TWO: Mrs.
Franklin, Jackie Reeds, Rhonda Ficke, Debbie Bram-
mer, Janet Breuer, Sharon Marten, Linda Miller, De-
lores Van Tyle, Miss Rich. ROW THREE: Sharlld
Liggett, Jackie Coatney, Shelly Sloan, Debbie Talbott,
Kathy Fields, Linda Beekman, Joyce King, Donna
Stuart, Beverly James, Evonne Minton. ROW FOUR:
Denise Ryan, Linda Kettlewell, Devonna Rogers,
Laura Wescott, Barbara Cunningham, Vanessa Sloan,
Delores Ashlock, Patty Shupe, Michelle Hawk, Lyla
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Gray, pres.: Mary Bessmer, v-pres. Judy Botts, sec.:
Mrs. Koehler, Miss Ryan. ROW TWO: Shelley John-
son, Debbie Brammer, Debbie Weigand, Debbie Wag-
oner, Donna Nolting, Patty Winship, Patti Cunning-
ham, Michelle Morgan, Kathy Lynch. ROW THREE:
FSA club enjoys
The 38 members of Future Secretaries
Association learned and used improved sec-
retarial skills and techniques in 1970.
Under the professional sponsorship of Mrs.
Phyllis English, Miss Connie Preston, and
Mrs. Phyllis Schaberg and the faculty spon-
sorship of Mrs. Ann Franklin and Miss Bar-
bara Rich, the group visited the National
Secretaries Association in an effort to fur-
ther each person's knowledge and ability
of secretarial skills.
Candy Dennis was selected as Miss Fort
Osage Future Secretary and represented the
school inthe nation-wide contest. .
FSA's entry in the homecoming mini-float
contest took the fourth place prize and in
April they sponsored a telegraph booth at
the Future Teachers of America Carnival.
Jill Dyer, Carol Corum, Darcy Durham, Beverly Howe,
Joy Snead, Diana Berrier, Pam Fagan, Cindy Heman.
ROW FOUR: Kris King, Linda Hostetter, Candy Dennis,
Lyla Roe, Patty Shupe, Jane McDougall, Patty Larkin,
Alice Allen, shefri Phillips.
People to people
hosts sock hop
For the members of the 1970 People to
People club the hippie dance was a thing of
fun work, and success
This informal sock hop was held to raise
funds for the sponsorship of the clubs
adopted child Chou Sau Fong
Mr Paul Hoer and Mr Gary Kelly gave
endless hours to the projects of the club
The FTA carnival served as a means of
added fun The teachers dart throw was a
The 1970 officers served for their second
year Deborah Gray, president, Mary Bess
mer vice president, Rosle Pressley secre
tary Varena Smith treasurer and Rhonda
Ficke, reporter departed as seniors with
jobs behind them as well as many fond and
PEOPLE-TO-PEOPLE CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: Mr.
Hoer, Mr. Kelly, Rhonda Ficke, rept., Debbie Gray,
pres., Mary Bessmer, v-pres., Varena Smith, tres.,
Rose Pressley, sec. ROW TWO: Mark Sevy, Debbie
Jenkins, Mary Haas, Nancy Sevy, Jeannie Ownsbey,
Alice Allen, Kathy Huntsucker, Brenda Williams, ROW
THREE: Mary Schneller, Becky Corn, Debbie Bran-
ner, Kathy Mayfield, Cheryl Bowman, llona Olf, Debbie
Miller. ROW FOUR: Debbie Starnes, Bonnie Olson,
Darcy Durham, Joyce King, Jackie Borne, Laura Jef-
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by Mr. Kelly, club sponsor, Debbie Gray and Varena
Smith. TOP CENTER: Gene Weinger plays a drum
solo during the Hippie Dance. BOTTOM CENTER:
People-to-People. TOP RIGHT: Belinda Luke gets into
the role of hippie as she enjoys herself atfthe Hippie
LEFT: Ramon Fiodriquez, gives his opinion of Ameri-
can teen-age life. TOP CENTER: Foreign exchange
students from other schools come to the Fort to share
their experiences. BOTTOM CENTER: Not all Fiamon's
interests are academic. He scored many points for
the Fort in football. RIGHT: AFS.
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A.F.S. was one of the most talked about
organizations of 1970. Ramon Rodriguez, a
native of Paraguay, and was the Fort's third
foreign exchange student. He worked along
side his American brother J. T. Dieckmann,
Mary Bessmer, A.F.S. president, and Miss
Mary Moore, sponsor, to promote world for
peace through A.F.S.
Officers, Candy Dennis, Rose Pressley,
and Cheryl Bowman struggled diligently to
run a tag sale, blanket toss, and Bells for
Peace sale to raise money for next year's
In past years A.F.S. has provided the Fort
with foreign exchange students from such
varied places as Costa Rica and Japan. Next
year's club plans to have two exchange stu-
dents if American homes can be found.
AFS-BOTTOM ROW: Mary Bessmer, pres.,
Dieckmann, Am. brother, Miss Moore, Ramon
quez, for. exchange student, Candy Dennis,
Cheryl Bowman, treas. ROW TWO: Earlene
Rhonda Ficke, Debbie Brammer, Beth Haas,
Lynch, Joy Snead, Sharon Kreissler, Shirley
Robin Gribble. ROW THREE: Jackie Reeds,
Green, Arlene Dieckmann, Cindy Heman, Pam
Jill Dyer, Jeannie Ownsbey, Debbie Gray. ROW
Jean Bessmer, Debbie Weigand, Debbie Wagoner,
Patty Winship, Sherri Phillips, Carol Evans, Jill Le-
Barron, Michelle Morgan, Patti Cunningham. ROW
FIVE: Ellen Jane Broyles, Laura Jeffries, Connie
Shrout, Terry Stone, Cathy Clemmons, Brenda Telege-
meier, Julie Dieckmann, Irene Bowman, Becky Corn.
ROW SIX: Melinda Kendrick, Ilona Olf, Pat Corum,
Shari Bland, Lynn Smith, Debbie Greer, Linda Hostet-
ter, Karen Reser, Rick Marks, Dick Bartow.
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Allied Arts backs
Allied Arts, one of the youngest clubs at
Fort Osage, worked to promote the cultural
aspects of the student body through trips to
concerts, operas, art shows, and other cul-
tural programs of this type.
Sponsors lVIr. Gussman, lVIrs. Thrapp, Mrs.
Robinson, and Miss Sibel coordinated ac-
tivities forthe student which would be bene-
ficial 'to them and scheduled the events
around other school functions.
The 52 members were entered in literary
contests and art contests and represented
the school well. They worked for Fort Osage
as a service organization, but plans are be-
ing made to form this into an honorary so-
ciety rather than a service organization.
Time will now be the major factor in making
this a unique program.
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ALLIED ARTS-BOTTOM ROW: Connie Shrout, Mi-
chelle Hawk, Brenda Telegemier, Linda Hostetter,
Julie Dieckmann, Scott Taylor, Mr. Gussman. ROW
TWO: Denise Mitchell, Mary Bessmer, Kris King, Linda
Gilmore, Evonne Minton, Joy Snead, Rhonda Ficke.
ROW THREE: Jim Hisle, Mary Beth Haas, Nancy Sevy,
Earlene Crone, Karen Hoist, Cindy Heman, Pam Fagan.
ROW FOUR: Pat Edwards, Marlene Nolte, Carolyn
McCormick, Terry Barclay, Virginia Horner, Donna
Hastings, Janet Brendel. ROW FIVE: Chester Hamilton,
Don Borgman, Paul Shrout, Robin Dyer, Allen Owings,
Gary Woods, Joe Wilkinson.
TOP: Don Borgman tabulates debate scores for the
novice tournament. LEFT: Paul Shrout and Scott Tay-
lor discuss candidates for novice membership into
Allied Arts. RIGHT: Pam Fagan irons out some rough
spots in one of the numbers she accompanies for
concert choir. Allied Arts talent is versified.
PSYCHOLOGY CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: Pat Corum,
Debbie Miller, Tom DeWitt, Linda Hostetter, Debbie
Brammer, tres.g Irene Bowman, sec., Terry Barclay,
v-pres., Earlene Crone, pres., Mr. Weakley. ROW
TWO: Jill Dyer, Jeannie Ownsbey, Karen Snyder,
Jackie Reeds, Rhonda Ficke, Janet Breuer, Debbie
Middleton, Linda Miller, Cathy Farris, Gail Adlard,
Vickie Neal, Mary Bessmer. ROW THREE: Alice AI-
len, Marlene Nolte, Shelley Johnson, Debbie Talbott,
Linda Beekman, Joyce King, Diana Berrier, Denise
Davis, Joy Snead, Donna Hastings, Donna Nolting,
Denise Mitchell. ROW FOUR: George Gibson, Randa
Huber, Barbara Johnson, Darcy Durham, Judy Botts,
Beverly Howe, Barbara Casady, Candy Dennis, Mi-
chelle Hawk, Lyla Roe, Patty Shupe, Diane Keadle,
James Riley. ROW FIVE: Jackie Borne, Steve Fagg,
Susan Coats, Linda Gilmore, Laura Jeffries, Ilona
Olf, Cheryl Bowman, Mary Ann Bohnert, Virginia
Horner, Walter Huntsucker, Mike Adams. ROW SIX:
Rosemary Murphy, Lynne Smith, Timberlynn Julian,
Debbie Greer, Karen Reser, Cathy Clemmons, Brenda
Telgemiere, Evonne Minton, Carolyn McCormick, Ju-
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cietyl was the new word in the Fort Osage
Science Club, which spurred them on to
many individual and group projects. -
Under the direction of sponsors, Mr. Walt-
er Buckley, and Miss Jane Ryan, and of-
ficers, Mike Carver, president and Humberto
Lopez, v-president, students were able to
work after school in the laboratories.
While Science Club went after experi-
mental aspects of research, Psychology Club
visited Higginsville State Hospital to help
the mental ill and learn more about under-
Earlene Crone was president and Terry
Barclay, vice-president for this involved, ser-
vice organization sponsored by Mr. Thomas
Mr. Buckley, Mike
ROW TWO: Randy
Jones, Patty Cunningham, Frank Neef, Melinda Rich-
SCIENCE CLUB-BOTTOM ROW:
Carver, Humberto Lopez, Walter
Hall, Arlene Winfrey, Miss Ryan.
TOP: Randy Jones works on a science club experi-
ment dealing with electronics. LEFT: Connie Shrout
and Joy Snead count the protits from the psy club
bake sale. Proceeds went to old folks' homes.
ards, Donna Carrender, Cindy O'Dell, Evelyn Renfro
Pat Edwards. ROW THREE: Mike Scott, Paul Chop-
lin, Susan Green, Nancy Sevy, Rhonda Lasister,
Mary Bessmer, Mary Beth Haas, Denise Mitchell.
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1 on a trampoline. BOTTOM: The spring fashion show
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integral part of the cultural aspect of Fort
Jackie Reeds was the student director of
the organization which sponsored the highly
successful talent show held in the early part
The fifteen members of the club worked
constantly to practice and improve dance
routines and skills and to learn to work togeth-
er as a group.
The club worked to form themselves into
one of the most active clubs in the school.
They performed in the talent show and made
a special performance for the Library club.
Mrs. Vernay Thrapp sponsored the girls
throughout the year and delighted in their
progress and planned for the next year.
CHOREOGRAPHY: Rhonda Lasister, Sheri Phillips,
Cherie Rinehart, Patti Winship, Jean Bessmer, Carol
Courter, Carol George, Joy Snead, Miss Huntsucker.
FHA-BOTTOM ROW: Laura Wescott, his., Sharon
Marten, pres., Irene Bowman, v-pres., Linda Miller,
tres., Susanne Harper, rept.g Connie Risberg, sec.
ROW TWO: Mrs. Clark, Cathy Farris, Debbie Middle-
ton, Michelle Hawk, Shelia Courtright, Mrs. Clark.
ROW THREE: Della McCollum, Nancy Brown, Cathy
Huntsucker, Janet Duren, Laura McCullough. ROW
FOUR: Karen Griffin, Becky Coleman, Cherie Rine-
hart, Vicky Long, Pauline Starks.
TOP: Sharon Marten and Irene Bowman leave for the
State FHA meeting. BOTTOM: Linda Chapin wraps a
present to be sent to the Old Folk's Home.
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visits MU campus
The Future Homemakers of America chap-
ters held two joint meetings during '69-70.
Members of the Independence Police De-
partment presented a program on self-de-
fense for the chapters. An instructor from
a local department store presented a pro-
gram about fashions, styles, and grooming
for the teenage girls.
Senior high FHA sponsored a sock hop
following the first home football game to
honor the team, coaches, and booster club.
Their profits have been used for operation
costs and to sponsor the State FHA chapter
delegation. The group toured the Home-Ec.
complex at the University of Missouri.
Junior high FHA made gifts for children in
the Higginsville State Home and place favors
for the Woods Rest Home.
JUNIOR HIGH FHA-BOTTOM ROW: Carol Williams,
Janet Gibson, Kim Huber, Kathy Curtner, Connie
Herndon, Cindi Reeds, Lavonne Siegrist, Susan Ad-
ams, Lisa Lampher, Mrs. Mary Jean Clark. ROW TWO:
Dawn Gilbert, Sheila Deckard, Glenda Gray, Diane
Reed, Sharon Alleman, Nancy Davis, Jackie Evans,
Susan Walker, Debbie Meads, Vicky Oliver. ROW
THREE: Beth Clymer, Susan Satterfield, Sally Prock,
Debbie Robinson, Glenda
dy Brooks, Karen Whiting,
Karen Bruer. Kay Davis,
Fisher, Ruth Ahls, Elaine
Anderson, Sharon Johnson.
ton, Dorenda Reed, Patty
Hudson, Linda Lakey, Cin-
Barbara Fette. ROW FOUR:
Jaqueline Shewell, Tyra
Bellis, Gail Meyers, Patty
ROW FIVE: Cheryl Brough-
Goddarcl, Emma Chapman,
Debby Robinson, Sandra Summers, Betty Rose, Lynn
Jordan, Cathy Nixdorf.
TOP: Fallon Woodland enjoys the VlCA dance. RIGHT:
Vo-Tech students acquired a plane for practical expe-
riences. BOTTOM: Building a house was a project of
Vo-Tech carpentry classes.
VICA-BOTTOM ROW: Rosie Pressley, Jeannie Owns-
by, Junior Young, Mr. Young, Debbie Greer, Doug
Stoll, George Lynn, Mrs. Martin. ROW TWO: Randy
Meredith, Dale Carrender, Tom Preston, Steve Adams,
Berry Alexander, Bob Ford, Steve Dudley, Gary Kil-
gore, David O'Dell, Casey Bryant, Rick Johnson, Dana
Moore, Gerald Syler. ROW THREE: Brenda Telege-
Millan, Mary Hale, Elaine Lyness, Vicky Slee, Harry
Harris, Steve Lankford, Ronnie Reagan. ROW FIVE:
James Riley, Harry Gulley, John Harris, Steve Shelton,
Don Wilcox, Ronnie Murray, Howard Cully, John
Stewart, Steve Costigan, Larry Lynn, Jim Odneal, Dean
Williamson. ROW SIX: Roy Cones, Ted Courter, Harold
Williams, Larry Waters, C. L. Harra, Ellis Seaton,
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Sheila Courtwright, Judy Pauling, Marla Cope, Terri Cliff Reese, Ernie Satterfield, Roy Stark. ROW SEVEN: fi
Justus, Alice Corn, Walter Huntsucker, Ron Wells, Dave Rick Stark, Jim Starnes, David Larimore, Cathy Clem- Q ,
Stone, Dennis Robbins. ROW FOUR: Pam Remmert, mons, Shari Bland, Mike Simmons, John Payne, Mike A D
Sarah Bowers, Arlene Pederson, Doris Rose, Eileen Allen, Robert Snyder, Dan Trotter, Don Beebe, Cliff
Schildhauer, Cheryl Howeman, Pat Brooks, Pam Mc- Winkler, Danny Crooks.
Alice John excel
wln VICA contest
The newest club to be added to the roster
of the Vocatlonal Techmcal School was the
Vocational lndustrlal Club of America bet
ter known as VICA
The major event of their year was the dns
trlct and state VICA contests Two trophies
were won at the dlstrlct contest John Master
son won first place In welding which enabled
hum to attend the state contest where he
placed thlrd The other winner was Allce
Corn who placed second In spelling
The club sponsored two dances during the
school year for students from the four area
schools attending Vo Tech At Christmas the
members got In the season s splrlt and helped
the less fortunate by having a clothing drlve
To help finance the club and nts many actlvl
tres the members sold candy
Three major literary efforts, the Smoke
Signal, Indian Legends, and Student Reflec-
tions, rounded out the year for Quill and
Not all time was spent publishing these
works, but also in promoting better relations
among seven other area high schools. This
was accomplished by helping sponsor the
first Missouri High School Journalism Week.
During the week the novice members pub-
lished a local newspaper, The Fort Osage
Junior high school students were busy
this year developing their journalistic talents.
Editor Jill LeBarron and co-editor Charlene
Crone printed five issues of Reservation Rec-
ords, an exclusively junior high paper.
BOTTOM ROW: Larry Baird, Mrs. Smith, Lyla Roe,
Patty Shupe, Scott Taylor, Don Borgman. ROW TWO:
Linda Beekman, Kris King, Candy Dennis, Irene Bow-
man, Earlene Crone, Karen Reser, Linda Hostetter,
Tom DeWitt. ROW THREE: Dick Bartow, Beth Haas,
Debbie Gray, Rhonda Ficke, Michelle Hawk, Mike
Carver, Gary Kilgore, Connie Shrout. ROW FOUR: Jim
Jaquess, Cheryl Bowman, Suzanne Harper, Joy Snead,
Diane Keadle, Judy Botts, Barbara Casady, Dacy Dur-
ham, Beverly Howe, Denise Davis.
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bie Fetti Linda Chapin Jill LeBarron Charlene Crone
Cathy Avelyn Emmajean Chapman. ROW TWO: Debra
Robinson Vicki Jones Susan Satterfield Cyndi Reeds
Joy Mueller Rhenda Huntsucker Debbie Crites Char-
les Perrin. ROW THREE: Dale Griffith Mark Sevy
Judy Mc'DanieIs Diane Turner Elaine Wyatt Becky
Ellis Ted Ferguson RIGHT: Charlene Crone assis-
tant editor of Student Reflections and Miss Cox ad-
visor work with Jill LeBarron editor on the last issue,
LEFT: Irene Bowman pastes up a page of the Smoke
Signal. TOP: Miss Cox works with students.
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TOP: Teamwork is the best way to work on the year-
book as editor and co-editor team up to size a pic-
ture. RIGHT: Rhonda Ficke concentrates on correcting
a column of copy for the Smoke Signal. BOTTOM:
Patty Shupe takes on the time consuming task of se-
lecting just the right picture for the yearbook. YEAR-
BOOK STAFF-BOTTOM ROW: C o n n I e Shrout,
Patty Shupe, Candy Dennis, Lyla Roe, Linda Beekman.
ROW TWO: Kris King, Irene Bowman, Earlene Crone,
Karen Reser, Linda Hostetter, Rhonda Ficke, Michelle
Hawk. ROW THREE: Larry Baird, Gary Kilgore, Scott
Taylor, Mike Carver, Tom DeWitt.
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the Indian Legends and Smoke Signal staff
worked long hours to publish the 1970 year-
book andthe school paper.
Editor Candy Dennis and the yearbook staff
increased the Indian Legends by 16 pages,
added more color and chose to design the
book in a "mod" mosaic style. The major
change, however, was the cover design
which features highlights of the year through
The Smoke Signal staff worked consistent-
ly to meet the ever-pressing deadlines of a
first honors paper. Edited by Don Borgman
and assisted by Karen Reser, the Smoke
Signal published 16 issues during the school
year and four staff members received first
place ratings from the MIPA Service.
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ene Crone, Linda Hostetter, Debbie Gray, Patty Shupe.
ROW TWO: Karen Fieser, Don Borgman. ROW THREE:
Larry Baird, Tom DeWitt, Gary Kilgore, Kris King, Irene
Bowman, Connie Shrout, Rhonda Fioke, Michelle
Hawk, Linda Beekman, Mike Carver, Scott Taylor.
Choir ranks high,
wins top honors
The concert choir grew, not in numbers,
but grew musically. The whole group made
an all out effort to top all other years. They
proved this by receiving eight I ratings at
the District Solo and Ensemble Festival.
During the fall the cast and crew of "The
Music Man" prepared feverishly for the
three night stand, which was a complete
Throughout the year there were various
concerts: a Thanksgiving Union Service, a
Christmas concert, a spring concert, and to
end the year, they performed at the Bac-
The annual vocal clinic was conducted
during the spring, in the month of March.
The choirs from the Liberty, North Kansas
City, and Blue Springs high schools attended
the seminar to help make is a success.
CONCERT CHOIR-BOTTOM ROW: Debbie Brammer,
Brenda Telgemeier, Diane McQuerry, Linda Cowan,
Lucinda Penniston, Sharon Kriessler, Diane Keadle,
Diana Berrier, Pam Fagan, Connie Shrout, Arlene
Dieckqfann. ROW TWO: Karen LaRue, Julie Dieck-
mann, Linda Pease, Delores Ashlock, Susan Green,
Terry Stone, Mary Beth Haas, Joy Snead, Nancy
Sevy, Vicki Bunting, Debbie Greer, Mary Bessmer,
Cindy Heman, Janet Brendel. ROW THREE: Linda
Hostetter, Michelle Hawk, Dan DeWitt, Wayne Ship-
man, Gary Roe, Nin Hulett, Robin Dyer, Rick Nelson,
Phil Gibson, Gary Harness, Don Eichler, Allen Owings,
Jim Starcher, Karen Hoist, Donna Hastings, Carolyn
McCormick. ROW FOUR: Jenny Parker, Nancy Woods,
Kathy Lynch, Paul Shrout, Scott Taylor, Charles
Shrout, Ed Deckard, Paul Choplin, J. T. Dieckmann,
Gary Woods, Ray Jeffries, Mark Harvey, Randy Stock,
Dennis O'Hara, Frank Neef, Joe Wilkinson, Rise
Hughes, Linda Angelides.
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Shrout gets in some extra practice for music contest.
BOTTOM CENTER: During class, the choir exercised
their voices before attempting a piece. TOP RIGHT:
Younger members of the choir practice a madrigal.
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Concerts, musicals, and contest kept the
girl' chorus busy and active in the 1969-70
school year. '
They attended the district contest where
they received a ll rating. Susan Savage re-
ceived al rating for her solo.
The freshman choir was a training choir
of mixed voices. From this group of young
vocalists, Frank Barnes took a solo to dis-
trict and a trio of Linda Jimmerson, Patty
lVlcCarty and Jan lVlcClung also attended.
Both groups, directed by lVlr. Leo Guss-
man presented two concerts, one in the very
early spring and one in mid-winter. In addi-
tion to this, they worked both behind the
scenes and on stage to help make the Music
Man a smashing success. For these students
1970 was an exciting, and frantic year.
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the girls' chorus betore leaving for district contest.
RIGHT: Music isn't the only thing Jan Butterworth
studies. Here she takes time out for the Iowa Basic
GIRLS' CHORUS-BOTTOM ROW:
Barbara Johnson, Pauline Goddard, Susan Thompson,
Debbie Thurman, Nancy Snyder, Debbie Johnson,
Marlene Nolte, Donna Carrender. ROW TWO: Susan
Moritz, Janet Butterworth, Terri Justus, Terri Carver,
Pat Edwards, Delores VanTuyl, Evelyn Renfro, Shelly
Johnson, Donna Brisbin, Vickie Ingram. ROW THREE:
Marlene Goldsberry, Melinda Richards, Nancy Pennis-
ton, Rae Jean Gorham, Becky Corn, Patty Larkin,
Lynne Chapman, Janet Cones, Becky Coleman, Arlene
Winfrey, Pauline Stark.
FRESHMAN CHOIR-BOTTOM ROW: Jill LeBarron,
Cathy Moore, Sheryl Alford, Rose Hulett, Sloan Phil-
lips, Jan McClung, Janet Overly, Diane Whitney,
Phyllis Stevens, Connie Starnes, Linda Thompson,
Cathy Kilgore, Jean Madsen, Karen Stark. ROW
TWO: Debbie Morton, Elaine Wyatt, Brenda Hughes,
Renee Harrington, Margaret Cox, Patty McCarty, Linda
Jimmerson, Carol Brendel, Glenda Greer, Shelly Elsea,
Lari Ann Carson, Debra Parrish, Jan Schlobohm.
ROW THREE: Tom Henderson, Frank Lee, John Park-
er, Pat Whitley, Brad Reese, Steve Ogletree, Mark
Sevy, Kent Minton, Steve Bathgate, Dennis Cones,
Frank Barnes, Keith Bishop, Dale Ethridge.
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LEFT: Alice Corn and Mike Adams practice at first
hour band rehearsal. The preparation is for District
Music Festival. CENTER: During a recital given for
parents, Debbie Weigand performs the clarinet solo
which earned her a I rating at District.
Band wraps up 1
at music festival
As success came to every other activity
at Fort Osage in 1969-70, it also came to the
concert band. Besides the band as a whole
making a I rating performance at district
contest, there was a record number of l's
awarded to solos and ensembles. A total of
thirteen individuals and ensembles repre-
sented Fort Osage at the State Music Festi-
val in Columbia.
Three concerts were presented for the
publicg at Christmas, on lVlarch 1, and on
lVlay 17. Also in May, the band made its an-
nual tour of the district grade schools. ln
addition, just before State Contest the I-
rated musicians performed their contest
numbers for the elementary students.
Many members joined forces to form a
stage band that performed a lVlay concert.
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A flashy new Fort Osage marching band
stepped out for entertainment during the
1969-70 school year. New uniforms, consist-
ing of a tuxedo-type concert uniform and a
bright overlay for marching were purchased
and distributed to each member.
Adding 43 "B-band" students, the 100
piece marching unit performed for every
home football game. The band also took
part in Band Day at the University of Missouri
in Columbia. On a rainy Saturday morning,
they traveled to Kansas City for the Ameri-
can Royal parade, but returned home with-
out getting to march.
Varsity members of the band offered en-
tertainment at home basketball games and
at pep rallies. The popular pep band was
composed of students who volunteered.
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jor for the marching band. TOP RIGHT: Allen Owings
and Paul Warnex play at the homecoming pep rally.
BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Scriven runs the band through
the floating FO formation. RIGHT: During a practice
session the band lines up in rank and file Tormation.
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TOP: Susan Tapko realizes the thrill of being chosen
when NHS member Debbie Gray taps her at the an-
nual induction ceremony. RIGHT: National Honor So-
ciety. BOTTOM: Charles Perrin jubilantly shows his
enthusiasm over his studies which won him member-
ship in the National Junior Society. LEFT: National
Junior Honor Society.
NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY-BOTTOM ROW:
David Mullnix, Steve Bone, Mike Barclay, Frank Barnes,
Brad Reese, Kevin Langhammer, Brian Moore, Dennis
VanTuyI, Frank Lee. ROW TWO: Joy Hardwick, Dana
Hacker, Shelly Elsea, Carol Brendel, Kim Huber, Jan
McClung, Kathy Curtner, Connie Spease, Donna Gil-
bert, Charlene Crone. ROW THREE: Patty Regan,
Jill LeBarron, Rose Hulett, Sloan Phillips, Rosie Jeff-
ress, Gale Garrison, Rhenda Huntsucker, Becky War-
nex, Robin Fagan, Barbara Little, Kathy Taylor. ROW
FOUR: Joy Mueller, Russ Hamilton, Elaine Wyatt, Dav-
id Peppers, John Harvey, Norris Shrout, JoAnn Archer,
Linda Shaffer, Rhonda Allison, Kathy Avelyn. ROW
FIVE: Jonathan Knapp, Charles Perrin, Peter Bowers,
Tom Hamilton, Judy Miller, Kathy Ferguson, Karen
Hastings, Mr. Weakley.
35 new inductees
Fort Osage's National Honor Society in-
duction was held on January 27, 1970. Twelve
seniors and twenty-three juniors became
The club is designed to give proper recog-
nition to students who have met the quali-
ties of scholarship, leadership, service, and
character. It stands as a goal for all students
to strive for and to show examples of those
who have met its standards.
A National Honor Society for junior high
students was formed this year. A charter was
obtained and an induction ceremony was
held on March 26. Thirty-two freshmen and
eighteen eighth graders were honored. The
Snowflake Christmas Dance and concession
stands at the home track meets were spon-
sored bythe club.
NHS-BOTTOM ROW: Juliann Dieckmann, Cathy Far-
ris, Bruce Adams, Mike Nelson. ROW TWO: John
Parker, Diana Hulett, Sharld Liggett, Linda Beekman,
Irene Bowman, Lyla Roe, Patty Shupe, Earlene Crone,
Candy Dennis. ROW THREE: Terry McQuerry, Tim
Whelan, Debbie Gray, Denise Mitchell, Pat Edwards,
Denise Davis, Diane Keadle, Darcy Durham, Mary
Bessmer, Delores VanTyIe, Jeannie Ownsbey. ROW
FOUR: Jerry Meyers, Varena Smith, Doris Rose, Ilona
Olf, Mary Beth Haas, Cheryl Bowman, Randa Huber,
Gail Adlard, Susan Green, Lucinda Pennislon. ROW
FIVE: Paul Shrout, Doug Stoll, Larry Sebolt, Jim Hisle,
Mike Carver, Mike Lamb, Ronnie Alexander, Ramon
Rodriques, Tom Preston, Charles Pirtle.
JUNIOR HIGH PEP CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: Sharon
Alleman, Patty Reagan. ROW TWO: Joyce Beaver, Re-
vena Combs, Tammy Meads, Susan Payne, Tina Cle-
mons, Shelley Harris, Linda Sullinger, Kate Davis,
Kim Huber, Karen Breuer, Jane Roe, Cheryl Hoover,
Pam McCollum. ROW THREE: Terry Becker, Kathy
Ferguson, Linda Wilcox, Becky Ellis, Cindy Reeds,
Cheryl Broughton, Terry Danner, Donna Minnlck, Debra ,
Robinson, Patty Goddard. ROW FOUR: Rhonda Allison,
Judy McDaniels, Joy Mueller, Diane Turner, Dana
Hacker, Brenda Davis, Karen McCollough, Janice
Hedges, Kathy Hamilton, Vicky Sparks, Jeannie Rob-
inson, Kathy Inman. ROW FIVE: Vicky Gondran,4Laura
James, Jane Casady, Pam Staats, Kim True, Linda
Moore, Roxanne Gibson, Patty Wilcox, Diane Reed,
Tina Kimbrell, Kathy Barnhill, Shelia Lamfert, Nancy
Davis, LeeAnn Trader, JoAnn Archer, Linda Chapin,
Kathy Kirchner, Robin Fagan, Debbie Redell, Gail
Myers, Debbie Parsley. ROW SIX: Diane Phillips,
Diane Crow, Glenda Gray, Terry Griffin, Susan Sat-
terfield, Connie O'DelI, Linda Jaquess, Jeannie Moore,
Karen Hastings, Mary May, Jackie Horner, Dana Pugh.
TOP: Laura James demonstrates her jumping ability
as she tries out for eighth grade cheerleader. BOT-
TOM: Suzanne Harper holds her lighted candle with
care at the Library Club induction.LEFT: lt's cheerlead-
ing tryouts again, and Diane Phillips seems to be en-
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Library float wins
in school contest
Attending the motion picture production
"Airport," having an annual Christmas party
and receiving second place in the Homecom-
ing Mini-Float contest were the highlights
of the year for the Library Club. Leading the
club in its activities were Donna Ethington,
president: Suzanne Harper, vice-presidentg
Nancy Penniston, secretaryg and Patty Mc-
In order to be a member of the club, each
student had to be a library assistant for at
least one year. To be eligible, they must
maintain an M average and in the grades
from eight to twelve. Some of the duties they
performed were shelving books, checking
them out, and running errands for Mrs. An-
derson, head librarian, and Mrs. Gilbert, as-
LIBRARY CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: Donna Ethington,
Suzanne Harper, Patty McDaniels, Randa Huber, Nan-
cy Brown. ROW TWO: Lucinda Penniston, Barbara
McCracken, Sharon Alleman, JoAnn Archer, Nancy
Davis, Susan Adams, Linda Chapin, Velda Wolfe,
Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Gilbert. ROW THREE: Mary Bess-
mer, Diane Shields, Pam'May, Pam Staats, Vicky
Gondron, Louise Bostwick, Debra Robinson, Jenny
Alexander, Cheryl Hoover. ROW FOUR: Mary Dyer,
Carol Stark, Carol George, Darlene Lamb, Shelley
Elsea, Karen Breuer, Kate Davis, Susan Alexander,
Ginger O'Hara. ROW FIVE: Vicki Buck, Sally Prock,
Debra Robinson, Karen Whiting, Gordon Northrup,
John Williams, Jim Powers, Tony Monty, Chip Webb,
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Keadle, Patty Shupe, Lyla Roe, Rhonda Ficke, Jackie
Reeds, Andrea Morris. ROW TWO: Miss Franks, Mrs.
Maggart, Cathy Farris, v-pres., Linda Hostetter, pres.,
Earlene Crone, sec., Miss Rich. ROW THREE: Candy
Dennis, Janet Breuer, Kris King, Sharon Marten,
Irene Bowman, Debbie Middleton, Linda Miller, Debbie
Miller, Karen Reser, Debbie Weigand, Debbie Gray,
Glenna Brown. ROW FOUR: Deb Brammer, Michelle
Hawk, Alice Corn, Mary Bessmer, Linda Beekman,
Diana Hulett, Sharld Liggett, Jackie Coatney, Connie
Shrout, Juliann Dieckmann, Brenda Telgemeier, Evone
Minton. ROW FIVE: Nancy Sevy, Susan Green, Kathy
Mayfield, Donna Ethington, Joyce King, Diane Shields,
Nancy Brown, Patty McDaniel, Donna Hastings, Diana
Berrier, Denise Davis, Marlene Goldsberry. ROW SIX:
Becky Coleman, Kathy Alleman, Nancy Hutchins,
Garhon Stauss, Carolyn Hedges, Roxanne Teegarden,
Arlene Dieckmann, Pam Fagan, Cindy Heman, Beverly
Howe, Barbara Casady, Judy Botts, Darcy Durham.
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Monaco, Patti Cinningham, June LeBarron, Michell
Morgan, Janet Butterworth, Patty Larkin, Linda Ange-
Iides, Carol Courter, Jean Bessmer, Nancy Snyder,
Belinda Luke. ROW EIGHT: Toni Caroni, Sonda Todd,
Debbie Wiseman, Sharon Kreissler, Shirley Boring,
Sherri Phillips, Terri Carver, Debbie Wagner, Becky
Corn, Debbie Cunningham, Janet Cones, Debbie
Starks. ROW NINE: Cindy Langhammer, Kathy Angell,
Janet Duren, Susan Thompson, Alice Pugh, Arlene
Winfrey, Becky Ellis, Judy McDaniel, Dana Hacker,
Joy Mueller, Jill LeBarron, Sloan Phillips, Roe Hulett.
ROW TEN: Linda Wilcox, Gloria Staats, Debbie Mor-
ton, Magraret Cox, Karen Breuer, Kate Davis, Kim
Huber, ,Carol Brendal, Charlene Crone, Diane Whit-
ney, Su Pettit, Robin Gribble, Kathy Hostetter, Joy
Snead, Rhonda Riggs, Mary Johnson, Terry Stone,
Cheryl Broughton, Terry Danner, Karen Griffin, Julie
VanDyke, Carol Evans.
TOP: Kendra Musgrave, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken
Musgrave, is a real supporter of the Indians. She
anticipates another Richard Marks free throw at a
home game. BOTTOM: The rain can't dampen pep
club spirit but a one point loss to Lee's Summit can.
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by showing pep
Six sponsors, four officers, and 120 mem-
bers worked spiritedly to promote the fame
of Fort Osage High School through Pep Club
New uniforms were purchased for the bas-
ketball and track seasons. While doing this
they also set up a new constitution which
established rules fair to everyone.
Linda Hostetter served as president to this
fast-paced organization and Cathy Farris
did a fine job as vice-president, filling in
when it was necessary. Earlene Crone was
secretary and Jackie Reeds handled the fi-
nancial end of the club.
Head sponsors, Mrs. C. J. Maggart and
Miss Barbara Rich worked up a trip to the
Ice Capades and helped the girls organize
the successful Courtwarming celebration.
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Fort Osage cheerleaders dlrected their sprrlt
In unrfled cheers for vrctory
Not only dld the squad share a vrctory
with their athletrc teams but they shared a
type of vrctory wlthrn themselves by brlngrng
home four frrst place ratrngs from the Mus
sour: Valley Cheerleading Camp ln Marshall
lvlrssourl They also captured the Splflt stuck
that helped to donate sprrlt and enthusiasm
to the squad
Preclsron ln performance was lmportant
to head cheerleader Lyla Roe as she
worked wlth her squad to acquire good skulls
and preclsron Serving as assistant head
cheerleader was Patty Shupe Others were
Rhonda Frcke Andrea Nlorrls Jackie Reeds
Sally Tennis and Duane Keadle
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game while decorating the goal posts. LEFT: Lyla Roe,
head cheerleader, puts her all into cheering for the
Indians. RIGHT: Despair is shown on the faces of Sally
Tennis and Diane Keadle after Hogan defeated the
Indians in the Blue springs tournament championship
game. LEFT: VARSITY CHEERLEADERS. FRONT ROW:
Patty Shupe, asst. captain, Sally Tennis, Lyla Roe, cap-
tain, Andrea Nlorris. BACK: Jackie Reeds, Rhonda Ficke,
Enthusiasm, spirit, strained vocal chords
and perserverance were words to describe
the 1969-70 junior varsity cheerleaders.
Captain Terry Stone and co-captain Joy
Snead led the seven member squad in teach-
ing the pep club the new cheers and skits.
The frosh cheerleaders worked to back
the teams throughout the year with signs,
spirit and readiness to help whenever they
could be of service.
Becky- Ellis and Elaine Wyatt were the
squad's captain and co-captain who re-
minded the girls perfection was their goal.
ln the eighth grade, Robin Becker and Jo
Ann Archer worked together to lead the
cheerleaders through several outstanding
sports seasons. They looked to the future
with the past constantly in mind.
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Karen Griffin. ROW TWO: Julie VanDyke. ROW THREE:
Terri Stone, capt. ROW FOUR: Kathy Hostetter. ROW
FIVE: Robin Gribble, Joy Snead, co-capt., Carol
Evans. TOP LEFT: Joy Snead and Julie VanDyke, J.V.
cheerleaders, struggle with the wind and weather to
lead a pep rally outside. BOTTOM CENTER: Lisa
Wiseman served as a delightful and spirited mascot
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FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS-BOTTOM ROW: Rosie
Jeffries, Judy McDaniels,sLinda Cowan, Becky Ellis,
Elaine Wyatt. BACK ROW: Dana Hacker.
in half time ritual
Rhonda Ficke was crowned 1969-70 Home-
coming Queen during half-time ceremonies
of the Pem-Day-Fort Osage game, October
24. Last year's Homecoming Queen, Carol
Shipman, crowned Rhondag and the tradition-
al kiss was bestowed upon the Queen by
Junior Young, football co-captain. Dennis
Vanarsdall presented Rhonda with a dozen
long-stemmed red roses.
The Homecoming Royalty consisted of
sophomore princess Gail Huffman, junior
princess Shirley Warford, sophomore class
candidate Patty Shupe, junior class candi-
date Rhonda Ficke, and senior class can-
didate Patty Ahring.
After the football game, Rhonda and her
court reigned over the annual Homecoming
Miss Rhonda Sue Ficke
TOP CENTER: Rhonda Ficke, junior class candidate,
patiently waits for her turn to tour the field. RIGHT:
Homecoming Royalty are Shirley Warford, junior prin-
cess: Patty Shupe, sophomore class candidate: Patty
Ahring, senior class candidate: Rhonda Ficke, junior
class candidate: and Gail Huffman, sophomore prin-
cess. BOTTOM CENTER: Queen Rhonda radiates
happiness after being crowned 1969 Homecoming
Queen. LEFT: Candidates Patty Shupe and Rhonda
Ficke anxiously watch the football activities while
waiting for half-time ceremonies to start.
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TOP: Mr. Ed Budde, offensive end for the Kansas
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Restaurant. Mr. Budde helped judge the Yearbook
Royalty. BOTTOM: Courtwarming Royalty are Patty
Shupe, Patty Ahring, Mike Schaberg, Diana Peck,
Linda Hostetter, Marsha Schaberg, Shirley Alleman,
Lyla Roe. LEFT: Yearbook Royalty, FIRST ROW are
Candy Dennis, Lyla Roe, Rhonda Ficke, Patty Shupe,
Mrs. Budde. BACK ROW are Ramon Rodriques, Jr.
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Patty Shupe and Junior Young were chosen
as the Yearbook Royalty this year, and Diana
Peck was selected as Courtwarming Queen
by the basketball team.
The Yearbook Royalty was chosen in a
new way. lVlr. and lVlrs. Ed Buddewere asked
to choose the boy and girl who best repre-
sented school spirit. Their selections were
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Smith, and the Royal Court went to dinner
at Stephenson's Restaurant.
Diana Peck reigned over the "Queen of
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Courtwarming Queen by Shirley Alleman, 1969
Queen. The crowning ceremony took place
at the beginning of the third annual Court-
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Candy Dennis and Diana Hulett had the
distinct honor of being chosen as Snowflake
Queen and Track Queen, respectively.
The annual Snowflake Dance was held
December 13, in the school auditorium. The
crowning of the princesses was performed
by Bruce Adams, National Honor Society
president. Patty Shupe, 1968 Queen, crowned
Candy. Candy represented the National Hon-
or Society. Her court consisted of Diana Hu-
lett and Diane Keadle.
The track team chose Diana as their queen.
The cou rt was announced by Coach Lawrence
Fischer at the annual pep rally. lt consisted
of Sharon Kreissler, sophomore princess,
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sophomore princessg Jackie Reeds, junior princessg
Beverly James, senior attendantg Candy Dennis, se-
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LEFT: FRESHMAN OFFICERS: Matt Mutz, Joy Mueller,
Steve Bone, Sue Pettet. TOP LEFT: EIGHTH GRADE
OFFICERS: Greg Bloss, JoAnna Archer, Linda Chapin,
Cindy O'DeIl, Cindy Reed. BOTTOM LEFT: SENIOR
OFFICERS: Bruce Adams, Dennis Vanarsdall, Michelle
Hawk, Richard Marks. TOP CENTER: SOPHOMORE
OFFICERS: Julie VanDyke, Kathy Hostetter, Dennis
O'Hara, Karen LaRue. BOTTOM CENTER: SEVENTH
GRADE OFFICERS: Raymond Chapin, Allen Howell,
Stuart Welter, Debbie Berrier, Kim True. RIGHT: JU-
NIOR OFFICERS IB-TJ Cheryl Bowman, Gail Adlard,
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nolds Gary Stanton Rlck Jeffries ROW TWO Ellls
Seaton Mlke Adams Ken Adams Jerry Myers John
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In the bitterly cold, newly constructed Fort
Osage stadium, a glorious season of seven
and three was compiled to repeat the school
record, established in 1961.
Stunning victories of 55-0 over Hogan,
42-0 over Park Hill, and 28-0 over Grandview
brought a second place conference rating to
an ever fighting varsity squad.
There were moments which didn't seem as
thrilling. Three times the buzzer blew to the
dismay of Fort Osage and the delight of arch-
rivals Blue Springs, Lee's Summit and home-
coming opponents, Pem-Day.
Honors abounded to round out the year.
Coach Jerry Hedger received "Coach of the
Year" award from the Examiner and Dennis
Vanarsdall, Rick Marks, Gary Stanton, John
Parker were placed on all-conference team.
Players rank despite injuries
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his teammates. TOP RIGHT: Larry Baird grimaces
with pain after a hard hit in the Hogan game. BOTTOM:
Odessa Bulldogs pursue John Parker as he scrambles
out of their reach. Final score Fort Osage 67, Odessa
0. BOTTOM RIGHT: Coach Harding comes to the aid
of Doug Stoll, who was injured in the Lee's Summit
TOP: The look of anguish is on the face of Dennis
Vanarsdall as he watches the Pem Day Homecoming
game. TOP RIGHT: Jr. Young falls in front of a
Grandview Bulldog to help Bob Ford carry the ball.
LEFT: Mark Reynolds squashes a Blue Springs Cat
who tackled the wrong end. BOTTOM RIGHT: Rick
Marks grabs for the pigskin for 6 points in the Bel-
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Through ram and cold 33 junior varslty
football players competed strenuously fo
victory Under the dlrectlon of Coaches
Roger Brunlng and Larry Harding they com
plled a season record of 4 3 'I
Chester Young PaulVanDyke lVllke Adams
and Gary Roe paced the team by sconng a
large number of the total points and galnlng
yardage equally well
The team saw great moments of excite
ment and disappointment George Robinson
lntercepted a pass In the last eight seconds
of the Grandvlew game for a 12 8 wln but
Grandvlew came back the next game to
defeat the Tnbe by a heartbreaking score
of 27 7
The team showed determlnatlon all through
the year and Fort Osage was proud of them
BOTTOM ROW: Grant James, Mgr., Clifford Uren, Kurt
Crandell, Clyde Judd, Jim Jaquess, George Robinson,
Gary Roe, Nin Hulett, Chip Weeg, Paul Gaume, Rick
Jefferies, Mgr. ROW TWO: Frank Neef, Chester Young,
George Bohnert, Rick Nelson, Mike Clevenger, Phil
Gibson, Dennis O'Hara, Jim Starcher, Mike Adams,
Don Eichler. ROW THREE: Andy Goddard, Don Wilcox,
Decius Sanders, Tom Barclay, Paul Choplin, Dale
Miller, Paul Van Dyke, David Head, Stanley Vorwark.
LEFT: Jim Jaquess earns himself and his team an-
other valuable first and ten. TOP: Mike Lamb is be-
wildered by the tackle who stopped him cold in the
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concern as Coach Harding tapes his left ankle.
TOP RIGHT: Don Eichler entangles with two Blue
Springs players. BOTTOM LEFT: Jimi Jaques is
blocked on all sides by the Blue Springs Wild Cats.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Gary Roe gains yardage at St.
J. V. squad moves the pigskin
One of the most talented, determined, and
"coachabIe" freshman teams the Fort has
ever seen comprised a 5-0-1 season under
the direction of coaches Tom Weakley and
Randy Buckallew, back, led his squad by
scoring most to the season's points. Gerald
Barnes led the line and prodded his speedy
and vicious teammates on through such op-
ponents as Liberty, Belton and Pleasant Hill.
Determination was one of the strongest fac-
tors in the freshman record. This was a team.
They worked together with a group effort.
They gained most of their strength from this
The Fort Osage fans followed these boys
all the way and looked to the year when
these boys would be varsity, and the best.
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heets, David Nelson. Steve Botts Willie Harper
Ron Keadle Frank Barns Brandon LaJaunie, Terry
Combs Frank Koger. ROW TWO: Coach Weakley
Wayne Brock mgr. Rick Inman, Mathew Mutz Phil
King Jim Rord Randy Buckallew Bob Horne Bob
Wright Larry Barker Coach Smith. ROW THREE: Ken
Whitley Mike Jamison George Adkins, Jim Coffee
Joe Weisner Steve Bone, Gerald Barns, Russ Hamil-
ton John Martin Wayne Kirchner. LEFT: Bob Horne
carries the pigskin. TOP: Frosh slip by Liberty 8-6.
CENTER: Phil King bounds into the air while Steve
Bone and Terry Combs enter to assist in the guarding.
Game OP l
The eighth grade football team saw their
short action packed season come to a close
with their record at 2 3 Coached by Leo Mc
Cullough these boys met five teams and put
forth all they had Backs Tom Hamilton Gary
Howe and Mike Lalrmore combined with line
men David Myers Russell Northcutt and
Mike Ray to lead the 28 member team
The very cooperative and grueling seventh
grade team earned an undefeated 3 O season
43 speedy talented boys and Coach Nel
son Boles went to work against Harrlsonvllle
and Hlgglnsvllle during the season to bring
home scores of 20 6 22 20 and 22 6 Hug
glnsvllle met with defeat twice
Gary Keadle Mike Uptegrove, Larry Stant
on and Steve Rerklns sparked the team on
to their perfect record
EIGHTH GRADE FOOTBALL BOTTOM ROW Bill
Horner, Mgr, David Bathgate, Tony Monte, Joe Hand,
Mike Lalrmore, Mike Kmser, Jerry Starr, Greg Ter
rell, Chip Webb, Jim Haase, Steve Rinehart, Ronnie
Randy Spencer, Kevin Barclay, Charles Justus, Rus-
sell Northcutt, Bill Stewart ROW THREE: Coach Leo
McCullough, Jerry Lawrence, Eddie Powell, Stuart
W6Sham, Terry LaRue Tom Hamilton Rand Mc
Buckallew, John Scafe, John Harvey, Ted Dyer, Mgr.
ROW TWO: Tim Cook, Gary Borne, Mike Ray, Alex
Fetters, Mike Benson, Larry Thornton, Mark Hayden,
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Clelland, David Myers, Jim Powers, Ivan Jedd, Norris
Shrout, Russell Monaco, Coach Bob Phillips.
LEFT: Eighth grade football team. CENTER: Mike
Lairmore Sprints for yardage in an eighth grade grid- ,
iron game. RIGHT: Seventh grade football team.
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SEVENTH GRADE FOOTBALL-ROW ONE: Brian
Ramsey, Dennis Bilmore, Robert Wagener, Gary Keadle,
Steve Copenhaver, Raymond Chapin, Jerry Culbertson,
Kenneth Eichler, Kurt Hulett, Donnie Yancey, Larry
Comer, John Webb. ROW TWO: John Taylor, Brian
Neal, Eddie Winfrey, Larry Stanton, Pat Harper, Steve
Borne, James Loos, Robert Brown, David Christy, Tim
Ford, David Lovell. ROW THREE: Coach Soendker, T
Mark Van Compernolle, Mike Reagan, Tommy War-
ford, Ricky Rucker, Doug Ferkins, Mike Uptegrove,
Jeff Adkins, Randy Heany, Dale Van Dyke, Joe Esry, l
Ricky Collier, Bobby Farris, Coach Boles. ,
BOTTOM LEFT: Exhaustion is the key word to express
Jerry Colemans effort for the cross-country team.
TOP CENTER: Leading cross-country men Jerry Cole-
man and Bruce Adams gasp for breath after a hard
run. BOTTOM CENTER: Harold Williams waits dili-
gently for the gunshot to start the grueling cross-
oountry race. BOTTOM RIGHT: Varsity Cross-Country
Hard work puts
Second in conference, fourth in district,
3-2 in conference and 4-4 overall was an
impressive record for the Varsity Cross Coun-
This small, but determined squad of nine
runners, five of them veterans, were coached
by lVlr. Richard Parker.
The team, consisting of Steve Adams,
Bruce' Adams, Berry Alexander, Jerry Cole-
man, Roger Hahn, Brad Reese, Paul Warnex,
Charles Wilcox, and Harold Williams fought
long and consistently, despite the fact there
was not much recognition for these boys.
Berry Alexander was the high-point man
for the powerful squad and he was followed
closely by all of his fellow team members.
The team as a whole brought about one
of the finest records ever.
BOTTOM ROW: Charles Wilcox, Paul Warnex, Roger
Hahn, Brad Reese, Ed Deckard. ROW TWO: Carl
Thronton, Mgr., Steve Adams, Gerry Alexander, Jerry
Coleman, Harold Williams, Bruce Adams. Coach Parker.
a vigorous style
Seven energetic and seemingly non-tiring
senior high boys worked along side Coach
Richard Parker and managers Carl Thorton
and Eddie Deckard to exhibit pride and fine
showmanship in Fort Osages' Junior Varsity
Seniors Howard Brock, Tim Elliot, Scott
Taylor, Terry Thatcher and Randy Zellerg
Junior David Lairmore and Sophomore Mike
Barclay comprised in two short months the
record of three and four. The tribe beat Lib-
erty once and Lee's Summit twice to bring
honor and fame to the junior tribe. Mean-
while, the team had four disappointing de-
feats. Twice Truman brought losses to them
and Grandview and l.ee's Summit each added
one loss, while costing the Tribe much time
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34 Truman 21
15 Liberty 50
31 Grandview 24
34 Lee's Summit 21
15 Liberty 43
48 Truman 18
25 ' Lee's Summit 30
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LEFT: David Lairmore shows his running style at
Swope Park. RIGHT: J-V CROSS COUNTRY TEAM.
BOTTOM ROW: Mike Barclay, Scott Taylor, Terry
Thatcher, Ed Deckard, manager. ROW TWO: Coach
Parker, Tim Elliot, David Lairmore, Howard Brock,
Randy Zeller, Carl Thorton, manager. BOTTOM: Brad
Reese accepts his third place medal at the Raytown
South Cross-Country meet.
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final record 25-2
Fort Osage can never forget the 1969-70
basketball record for it was "best in the
school's basketball history."
A glorious 25-2 record was established
and a new mark of 18 consecutive wins cli-
maxed Head Coach Kim Schaberg's last
year as a coach at Fort Osage.
The squad won two tournaments: the first
annual Fort Osage tournament and the Plea-
sant Hill tournament. They took second in
the Blue Springs' tournament. ln the State
Class L Regionals, they advanced to the fi-
nals where they won second.
Among the team were Seniors Rick Marks
and Mike Vickers who were named to the all
conference teams and were on the first and
honorable mention all-metro team, respec-
tively. 1970: The best year ever.
CENTER: Rick Marks, senior, comes into the Grand-
view basketball game to prove that being injured and
out of action for two games doesn't cramp his style.
RIGHT: Mike Vickers, senior, uses his height ad-
vantageously during the Belton game as he goes in
for two points. Mike racked up 534 points this year
to bring his career total to 1034.
TOP: Gary Stanton, junior, is ready for anybody.
RIGHT: Ready to fight for the carom, Mike Lamb
tenses himself against two Blue Spring's players.
BOTTOM: Flick Marks accepts the first place trophy
from the Pleasant Hill Tourney after defeating Blue
Springs, 57-42. FAR LEFT: Gary Griffin falls victim to
an exciting moment in the Fort Osage tournament.
Successful year ends
LEFT: Coach Schaberg gives words of advice on a
certain technique to his boys at half-time. TOP: Show-
ing his ability to fight for the ball, 6'9" Mike Vickers
makes sure the opposing team doesn't get the ball.
RIGHT: Senior J. T, Dieckmann shoots for two as he
is fouled by a Belton player. BOTTOM: Dennis Van-
arsdall, senior, attempts to stop a Blue Springs player
from shooting for a basket.
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members words of. advice. Listening to Coach Larry
are Dennis Vanarsdall, J. T. Dieckmann, Mike Vickers
and Mike Lamb. RIGHT: 6'4" Rick Marks shows his
stamina during the first game in the Regionals against
Wentworth Military Academy. Teammate Gary Griffin
looks on. BOTTOM: Bruce Adams, one of the eight
seniors on the squad, goes in for a lay-up and proves
why he is a great asset to the team. LEFT: Mike
Vickers shows signs of disappointment in the locker
room during half-time.
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1969-70 junior varsity basketballers com-
prised a season record of 11-5.
Mark Reynolds, Tom Barclay, Bob Gilbert,
John Parker, and Tim Whelan were key
players in the teams' successful season.
These boys worked hard to overwhelm
Lexington 61-24 early in the season and
spring on Belton 57-31.
They won a few by only scarce margins.
Liberty sneaked up on the Indians during
the fourth quarter to come within tvvo points
of the tribe. The game ended 57-55, Osages'
A run of bad luck saw the "B-team"
round ballers drop four in a rovv by a total
of only nine points.
TOP: Bob Gilbert practices to build up strength. TOP
RIGHT: Randy Stock jumps for a rebound. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Fighting for a score is Randy's job. LEFT:
Junior varsity basketball.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL - BOTTOM ROW:
Mark Welch, Chip Weeg, Mark Reynolds, Tim Whelan,
Ron Combs, Curt Crandall, ROW TWO: John Parker,
Tom Barclay, Bob Gilbert, Ken Adams, Dick Bartow,
J.V. team moves the ball
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stealing the ball is not an easy task. TOP RIGHT:
Dick Bartow is given a helping hand by a concerned
opponent. RIGHT: At the half, the boys receive instruc-
tions on how to move the ball inside quicker. CENTER
BOTTOM: Mark Reynolds goes up almost unguarded
for another basket. LEFT BOTTOM: The ball becomes
anyones' property when John Parker is accidentally
dropped to the floor.
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TOP: FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-BOTTOM ROW: Ron-
nie Keadle, Rus Hamilton, Mark Sevy, Steve Bone,
Randy Buckallew, Larry Barker. ROW TWO: Matt
Mutz, Dennis Combs, David Cunningham, Steve Ogle-
tree, David Vickers, Rodney Blake, Jerre Peterson,
Coach Johnson. BOTTOM: EIGHTH BASKETBALL-
BOTTOM ROW: Steve Rinehart, Norris Shrout, Kevin
Barclay, Ted Dyer, Mike Alleman, Gary Howe, Greg
Shields, Mark Hayden. ROW TWO: Dick Young, Tony
Monte, Steve Gibson, Ronnie Buckallew, Randy Mc-
Collum, Bill Sullinger, Mike Lairmore, Harold Payne,
Coach McCullough. ROW THREE: Ed Powell, Bill
Stewart, Ivan Judd, Tom Hamilton, Terry LaRue, Randy
McClellan, John Westmoreland. LEFT: SEVENTH BAS-
KETBALL-BOTTOM ROW: Steve Boron, Mark Van-
campernallo, Jerry Monico, Gary Nelson, Robert Brown,
Pat Harper, Larry Stanton. ROW TWO: Mike Green,
Raymond Chapin, Ken Eichler, Steve Copenhaver,
Kurt Hullett, Gary Keadle, Gary Ray. ROW THREE:
Coach Cole, Brady Jeffries, Mike Uptegrove, Jeff
Webb, Jeff Adkins, Bobby Farris, Larry Vorwick, Rod-
ney Stoll, Mr. Loving.
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ao'o' ten victories
For the 1969-70 freshmen, basketball sea-
son meant work, success, and sometimes
defeat. They worked alongside Coach Mike
Johnson to earn a record of 10 wins and
seven losses. During the season, they exper-
ienced close victories over Belton and Lillis.
Seventh grade had an interesting year as
they put forth a 4-1 win-loss record. The
little tribe won their first three games and
dropped the only game to Higginsville, then
picked up the last game to end a tremendous
season. Leading the way were G. Monaco,
who averaged 10.2 per game and L. Stanton
averaging 9.8. Others who started were G.
Keadle, J. Webb, and M. Uptegrove.
The eighth graders were coached by Leo
McCullough and Larry Smith. The seventh
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19 Liberty 21
25 Blue Springs 33
30 Odessa 28
26 Center North 15
27 Excelsior Springs 36
17 Libertyx 45
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30 Pittman Hills 35
10 Pittman Hills 28
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31 Belton 33
29 Oak Grove A 39
31 Marshall 16
29 Higginsville 16
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against an Odessa wrestler. BOTTOM LEFT: BOTTOM
ROW: Randy Zeller, Gary Roe, Terry McQuerry, John
VanNatta, Dick Lamb, Wayne Shipman. ROW TWO:
Coach Boies, Howard Cully, Mike Scott, Steve Fagg,
John Stewart, Andy Goddard, Coach Phillips.
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The Fort Osage varsity wrestling team of
1969-70 rose to new heights during their
short two month season. They placed ninth
in district, third in the Belton tournament,
fifth in the Odessa tournament and seventh
in their conference.
Two matches, both against Pleasant Hill
were won by overwhelming margins. In the
first match Fort Osage defeated the Roosters
by a score of 36-12. In the second meet
they overwhelmed them 35-15.
Coach Nelson Boles supervised three boys
into placing in the conference. Randy Zeller
placed third, John Stewart finished fourth
and Terry lVlcQuerry earned second place.
Randy and Terry were both seniors but John
was only a junior and the Fort looks forward
to his return in 1971.
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first in wrestling
Under the direction of coach Bob Phillips,
the junior varsity wrestling team comprised
a total season of 8-3-0.
They earned such outstanding victories as
45-'IO and 45-0, both over Pleasant Hill and
34-16 against Odessa. Other wins came
closely such as the 29-26 triumph over Wil-
llam Chrisman and 26-21 defeat of Park Hill.
These boys achieved a fifth place in con-
ference. Along with this team glory, there
was much individual recognition to be found.
Harold Reaves, George Bohnert, and Robert
Horn ranked fourth, William Harper placed
second and Richard Farrar and Gary Roe
For the Indians, Harold, George, Robert,
William and Gary will be returning to guide
the team on to new heights. .
JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING-BOTTOM ROW: Dar-
rel Anthony, George Bohnert, Jim Hisle, David Stew-
art, Jerry Rothove, Harold Reeves, Joe Spicer, Mike
Starks, Bob Stuart. ROW TWO: lVlr. Boles, Jim Starch-
er, Jerry Myers, Clifford Uren, Chuck lVlcCollum, Clyde
Judd, Rick Simms, William Harper, Harry Harris, David
Flake, Bill Jeffress, Nlr. Phillips.
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to pin his opponent for those needed points, BOTTOM
CENTER: John Stewart comes out victorious after a
long struggle with an Odessa wrestler.
VARSITY TRACK-BOTTOM ROW: Randy Jones, Harry
Harris, Paul Guame, Paul Warnex, Scott Taylor, Ron-
nie Barker, Roger Hahn, Mark Welch, Ronnie Combs,
Gary Varnell, Charlie Wilcox, Ramon Rodriquez, Gary
Roe. ROW TWO: Mike Clevenger,,John Van Natta,
Don Eichler, -Dean Williams, Charles Shrout, Gary
Stanton, Mark Reynolds, John Parker, Jimi Jaquess,
Kenny Adams, John Stewart, Gary Griffin, Randy Zel-
ler. ROW THREE: Mr. Fischer, Raymond Jeffries, Den-
nis O'Hara, Tim Elliot, Howard Brock, Ted Courter,
Tom Barclay, Berry Alexander, Dennis Vanarsdall,
Bruce Adams, Don Wilcox, Steve Adams, Harold Wil-
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Jerry places fifth
The Fort Osage track team was no excep-
tion to the winning record at the Fort. They
had six first places along with four second
The team placed first in the Belton and
the Fort's own relays. They also took eleventh
at State indoor, and third place at District.
Jerry Coleman, Dennis Vanarsdall, and
Barry Alexander participated in the State out-
door meet. Jerry placed fifth in the 880 yard
dash. Dennis placed second in the state at
the State indoor in the shotput. This is the
first time in the history of the Fort that some-
one has placed inthe state event.
The title of second place in the conference
also went to the track team.
VARSITY TRACK SCOREBOARD
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St. Mary's. . . 39
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Pleasant Hill . . 42Vz
Holden ...... 29
79 Lee's Summit. . . 53
56 Oak Park .... 93
. Truman .... 55
Liberty .... 42 -
65 Grandview . . 67
94V2 Liberty . . '. . . 71 V2
Blue Springs . . . 34
Lexington . . . 22
74 Park Hill . . 53
Tarkio Relays . . . tie 6th
Belton Relays . . . 1st
F. O. Relays ..... 1st
Chillicothe ....... 7th
Conference Relays . . . 2nd
District Meet .... 3rd
LEFT BOTTOM: J. E. VanNatta hands off the baton to
Don Eichler during the 880 relay. TOP LEFT: Dennis
Vanarsdall, senior, hurls the discus with the form that
won him many first places in both the shot put and
discus. RIGHT BOTTOM: Andy Goddard runs with
all his might to help the 1970 track team be a suc-
Jerry wins 15 medals
TOP: Coaches Fischer and Aeby uphold their jobs as
head coach and timekeeper during a home track meet.
RIGHT: Tom Barclay strives to gain a lead in the
high hurdles event. CENTER: Jerry Coleman, senior,
shows why he won 15 medals in track this year as he
demonstrates his ability in the long jump event. LEFT:
Roger Hahn prepares himself for the gun shot to be-
gin the two-mile run.
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for themselves in 1970.
The junior varsity track team broke records
and established an outstanding 6 2 season
The highlight of the spring sport came
with the capture of second place in the con
ference position by the junior varsity team
The squad was composed of freshman sopho
more and junior boys who will probably
compose the nucleus of the 1971 varsity track
Tom Barclay, Steve Bone, John VanNatta
and Paul VanDyke were four of the 30 boys
who received J-V track letters at the annual
spring athletic banquet held in May
instilling a desire to win in the boys was one
of the major accomplishments of Head Coach
Larry Fischer and it was a major factor in the
glory brought to FOHS.
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JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK-BOTTOM ROW: Dennis
O'Hara, Harry Harris, John Harris, David Mullnix, Ron-
nie Keadle, Mike Barclay, Robert Horn, Wayne Kerch-
ner, Jerry Peterson, Randy Buckallew, David Bewley,
Nin Hulett, Harold Reaves, Rick Jeffries. ROW TWO:
Steve Costigan, Chip Weeg, Chester Young, Kevin
Langhammer, Matt Mutz, Larry Parker, Gerald Barnes,
Greg Short, Mike Ray, John Knapp, Curt Crandall,
Ray Williams, John VanNatta, Mark Harvey, Rodney
Blake, Randy Jones. ROW THREE: Eddie Deckard,
Jerry Myers, Howard Cully, Dick Bartow, Steve Lark-
ford, Steve Bone, David Lairmore, Vernon Huntsucker,
Bob Gilbert, Dale Miller, Paul VanDyke. Randy Stock,
Frank Neef, Chet Hamilton, Ray Jeffries.
win Osage relays
The junior high track teams completed the
1970 outdoor season with convincing records.
The freshmen placed sixth in the Raytown
Relays and lost the Knob Noster Relays by
only one point. The highlight of their season's
wins came with the capture of their own Fort
Osage Invitational Junior High Relays.
The eighth grade held an undisputed record
of five wins and no losses.
The seventh grade chalked up four wins
and no losses.
Together, the seventh and eighth grade
teams competed in the Knob Noster Relays
and tallied enough points to ensure first place
in that meet and in the Fort Osage Relays
and the Center South Relays.
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FRESHMAN TRACK-BOTTOM ROW: David Mullnix,
Randy Buckallow, Jim Sheets, Pat Scott, Jerry Peter-
son, Steve Rynard, Dale Ethridge, Steve Miller, Ron-
nie Keadle, Ed Perry, Frank Barnes. ROW TWO: Greg
Short, Kevin Langhammer, James Chowning, Willie
Harper, Rodney Blake, Robert Horne, Matt Mutz, Larry
Barker, Mike Barclay, George Rasmussen, Brad Reese.
ROW THREE: Gerald Barnes, John Martin, Mike Jami-
son, Russell Hamilton, Bruce Bigley, Mark Sevey, Joe
Weisner, Steve Bone, Wayne Kirchner, Steve Ogletree,
George Atkins, John Knapt.
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LEFT: Junior high cheerleaders handed out trophies
at the second annual Osage Junior High relays. TOP:
Rodney Blake gives his best effort in the broad jump
during the Osage relays. BELOW. SEVENTH GRADE
TRACK TEAM. BOTTOM ROW: Ed Winfrey, David
Vaught, Bill Scott, Gary Nelson, Roger Bush, Ray
Chapin, Steve Copenhaver, James Lame, Ralph Smith,
George Howe, Gary Keadle. ROW TWO: Charles Ham-
ilton, Dale Van Dyke, Mgr. Van Campernelle, Larry
Stanton, George Rasmussen, Tom Myers, Dan Avalone,
Jerry Monaco, Pat Harper, David Adkins, Martin Kriess-
ler. ROW THREE: Rudy Huber, Doug Pirkins, Mike
Reagan, Tim Whitley, Brady Jeffress, Ken Thurman,
Jeff Webb, Kim Byfield, Mike Uptegrove.
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Haase, Doug Winship, Danny Riley, Jeffe Crossley,
Mike Lairimore, Norris Shrout, Ronnie Buckallew, Gary
Keadle. ROW TWO: Rudy Huber, Greg Heflin, Ed Pow-
ell, Mike Ray, Kevin Barclay, Robin Smith, Greg Dud-
ley, Bill Stewart, Greg Shields, Greg Bloss, Mikel
Kinser, John Harvey, Mark Hayden, Russell Monaco.
Martin Kriessler, Tom Hamilton, Ivan Judd, David
Myers, Bobby Murray, Ted Dyer, John Westmoreland,
Gary Howell, Russell Northcatt.
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meant rivals, teammates and
buddies. Classmates were
people to confide in, laugh
and cry wuth. They were the
heart beat and the life-blood
of For? Osage. As classes
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Junior high sees
year of progress
Nineteen hundred seventy was a new way
of lifeg an energetic way of getting things
done and a learning way of reaching out for
Three hundred and thirty-nine seventh
graders opened the doors to a world filled
with combination lockers, clanging bells and
As a seventh grader, things such as foot-
ball, basketball, track and interesting school
work were presented on a new level. lt was
exciting to lead the football team to a
glorious record of three and zero.
Debbie Berrier was elected to head the
class in its activities and Stuart Welcher
played a major role as her right hand man.
Seventh grade was entirely new to all.
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Adams' Dale Allison Alexander Alexander
ClIl'1tAlklI'G Jerry Bagby Tom ' Frank Archer
Dan Avelyn Anderson cindy Baie-S
MIDDLE: Frank Archer pitches
with their art assignment.
to help his friends
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David Berry Laffy Berry Steve Bibbo
Terry Bradley Ricky Denise
Brenda Bradshaw Breuer
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Linda Bueller Ca"0'e Debbie
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to make a good grade on his test. TOP RIGHT: Duane
Simmons watches his wits with two girls during a ses-
sion at the blackboard. BOTTOIVI: Charles Wilson, Jim
Enss, and Dennis Jakes, seventh graders, start off an-
other day in the junior high.
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Hightree Glen Allen Howell
Anne Hoover Hostetter Debbie Hugill
Debra Huber Melinda
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TOP RIGHT: Dana Jones struggles with an art
project. BOTTOM RIGHT: Strong and determined
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TOP: Diane Laughlin, Lori Land, Kim Heflin, Debbie
Berrier, and Karen Riley hurry to finish a test before
the bell rings. TOP RIGHT: Harold Livingston and
Chuck Wilson try to concentrate on assignments in the
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James Cindy McBee Connie
Mayhugh Bill McClung
Jeff McDermont Steve
McConnell Debbie McElroy
Tammy Merritt Melody
Meads David Merritt
Andy Mitchell Mitchell Patty Mohn
Linda Moore Rhonda Connie
Gina Miller Claude Miller
Gerald Janet Montes
Monaco Brian Neal
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Sharon High her schedule, BOTTOM: Mike Harold
looks innocently at the camera as he stands at the
wall in study hall.
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Ricky Pearson Kathy
Patti Preston Martha
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Barbara Roe Gary Rood
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Brian Ramsey Peoples
Charles Ree Steve
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Study habits commence early
TOP LEFT: Relaxing during a math test are Pam Stats
and Connie Sholes. CENTER: Randy Wade seems to
be thoroughly amused by library activities,
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on an English composition. CENTER: Jerry Yates en-
thusiastically takes part in class discussion. TOP
RIGHT: Mark Womack attempts to blow the eraser off
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Steve Ballard JBCK BHY Baflfsdale Kathy Vicki Beemer Aubuchon Bathgate .
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the limbo in 1970
Nineteen hundred seventy was the year of
"in-between." lt was when there wasn't the
authority of being a ninth grader, yet there
wasn't the embarrassment of being a little
lost seventh grader.
There was a dance, exclusively for eighth
graders and their dates. lt was enjoyed by all.
Greg Bloss was the class president that
led the class onward and upward. He helped
to make eighth grade more memorable and
worthwhile than had been anticipated.
The football team was in great shape with
a three and five record and basketball ran
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Eighth grade was the year of maturing,
accomplishing, and find a worthwhile place
at the Fort.
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land discuss assignments. TOP: Larry Clark drills in
shop. BOTTOM: Kenny Cowan relaxes while writing
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Carol Williams, worked hard to climb one class higher
at the Fort. CENTER: Bill Stewart finds the new paper
and pencil machines real life-savers when going to
class prepared is essential.
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by erasing the bottom of her desk. TOP: Ted Dyer
displays his talents in shop class as he makes a toy
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for third hour class. BOTTOM: Ann Cartmill practices
with the eighth grade chorus.
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TOP: JoAnn Archer discovers that some of the by-
products of home economics class are a little hard to
enjoy. LEFT: Mike Kinser demonstrates his school
spirit on Red and White Day of junior high spirit week.
BOTTOM: Coach Parker helps Gerald Markley and a
classmate with a difficult eighth grade mathematics
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home living class. BOTTOM: Doug Pease and Ronnie
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TOP: Vicky Oliver and Debbie Meads learn the im-
portance of washing utensils immediately after use.
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class. BOTTOM: Edna Stanley makes good use of
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Debra Winter Kathy Winter J0hr1 Sharon Yost
Mike Wooster Doreen Witherspoon
Wright Doug Wright
TOP: Mr. Watson strives for an informal atmosphere
to encourage class discussion in eighth grade Science
class. CENTER: Ken Gulley pauses from an unpleasant
task of cleaning the junior high shop.
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CENTER: Linda Jimerson and Sheryl Arnold try to de-
cide the best way to use the biology microscope.
George Dana Adlard Rick
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Cheryl Alford Anthony Sheryl Arnold
Larry Barker Frank Barnes Gerald
Greg Berger Bruce Bigley Barnes
Teresa Steve Bone Keith Bishop
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Nineteen hundred seventy was new, now
and novel. All elements combined to make
their last junior high year a success.
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ern classes, teachers, and methods of learn-
ing. Even learning to get through the crowded
halls without causing hurt feelings or toes
was an accomplishment.
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elections, and mini-skirts.
Novel meant having fun by going to bas-
ketball games and cheering the football team
on to an undefeated season.
Matt lVlutz and Steve Bone were elected
by their 276 classmates to lead the active
Fort Osage bubbled over with freshmen,
who were proud to be ninth graders.
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treatment. BOTTOM RIGHT: Kathy Taylor says to a
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class. BOTTOM: Dana Hacker is annoyed with Russell
Hamilton because he made a higher grade than she
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TOP LEFT: David Nelson and Danny Goins battle in a
scene from "Romeo and Juliet." TOP RIGHT: Students
portray the death scene in "Romeo and Juliet." BOT-
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detailed assignment. BOTTOM: Mark Sevy dazedly
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to commit suicide in drarmltics class.
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TOP RIGHT: Debby Parrish works hard to take out a
stitch so she can put it back in right. TOP RIGHT:
Flenee Johnson, Larianne Carson, and Debbie Carol
prepare to make a grand entrance in an English class
play. BOTTOIVI: Two frosh girls practice diligently to
stay with the rest of the band.
TOP: Cindy Alkire smiles at the thought of learning to
drive a car in driver's education class. BOTTOM: The ,,',, - L ,
look of concentration is revealed by Shelley as she '
practices her typing skills. at T
Cindy Alklre Kathy Linda Kathy Angell
Jean Baldwin Alleman Angelides Ron Barker
Jim BBSSVUBI' Kathy Bales Tom Barclay Kathy Bishop
Jean David Bewley
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Senior high now
Nineteen hundred seventy was a transition
period for the 264 sophomores. With the ju-
nior high far behind, they entered the senior
high under the leadership of Karen LaRue,
Time was spent developing athletes. Chet
Young and Gary Roe lettered in varsity foot-
ball and Gary placed first in his weight divi-
sion in junior varsity wrestling conference
competition held here at Fort Osage.
Tom Barclay and Randy Stock headed the
junior varsity basketball team and Charles
Wilcox turned in another outstanding track
and cross-country season.
Carol Evans, Robin Gribble, Karen Griffin,
Kathy Hostetter and Julie VanDyke were
selected to lead the junior varsity cheerlead-
ing squads forthe 1970 school year.
Shirley Mary Bradley Bill David
Boring Jeanie Brown Bradshaw Brammer
Donna Donna Martha Burge Janet
Brisbin Carrender Beverly Butterworth
-I-Oni Caronj Carter Terri Carver
Garland studies diligently
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they seem to be distracted by something more interest-
ing. RIGHT: Kathy Hostetter uses all of her energy to
drive the team to a victory.
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laxes during class. BOTTOM: Sophomore Mark Har-
vey nurses a bloody nose while he wearily awaits help
from the school nurse.
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BOTTOM: Sophomores discover how much knowledge
they really have during the sophomore tests.
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class. CENTER: Sophomore Spanish club membefS
watch Alice Allen break the Spanish pinata.
Sophs tram minds and bodies
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cross-country meet. BOTTOM: Mike Jamison is intent-
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sales mp 35,000
prom gala event
Nineteen hundred seventy was the junior
year which had been long dreamed of, plan-
ned for, and waited on. Then suddenly, it
was here. It became a reality at last.
Now there was the possibility of being one
of the 22 juniors inducted into National Hon-
or Society and thrilling to the anxiety which
came with the formal candlelighting cere-
mony before the senior high.
The prom was upper-most in the minds of
all, and everyone looked forward to the work,
fun, tension, and joy of that night in lvlay. Ma-
gazine sales financed the prom and reached
a new high of S5,000.
The junior of 1970 was an achiever, who
walked forward, constantly looking toward
his final year at the Fort and his preparation
for the future.
Ken Adams Mike Adams Gail Adlard Berry Jen
Alice Allen Gari Cindy Austin Alexander Alexander
Dick Bartow Alumbaugh Harold David Ballard Gaston
Don Beebe Berger Diana Berrier Baranda
TOP: Diana Shields cleans
inspection. BOTTOM: Kathy
NHS by Mary Bessmer.
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Bowman Jay Bradley
Ellen Broyles Bryon
Ron Combs Casady
Jeanette Cox Steve Combs
her locker for locker
Lynch is inducted into
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Jackie Borne Judy Botts
Janet Pat Brooks
Brendel Kathy Burns
Casey Bryant Susan Coates
Denise Davis '
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TOP: Jill Dyer found there was more to Bot-Zoo than
just disecting dead rats. Experiments with very live
mice proved fascinating. BOTTOM: Darcy Durham,
Mark Reynolds, Jimi Jaquess, and Gary Stanton work
diligently on the first place junior class mini-float for
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LEFT: Diclt Bartow enjoys punch after NHS induction,
RIGHT: Mike Adams and Jill Dyer chat with Denise
Mitchell at NHS tea. BOTTOM: J. E. VanNatta and Don
Eichler cheer junior powder puff team on.
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two opposing teams of junior and senior girls. Andrea
Morris, junior, the ball carrier, was tagged- by Candy
Dennis, senior. BOTTOM: The twinge of pain and
trickle of blood didn't stop Jackie Reeds, offensive
end for the juniors, from yelling for her team.
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Robb Robbins Eileen
Ann Flose Denise Schildhauer
Mike Scott Ryan Nancy Sevy
Chris Sharp Larry Sebolt Steve Shelton
Diane Gary Sharp Mike Simmons
Shields Paul Shrout Orville Smith
Vicki Slee Shelly
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TOP: Sally Tennis, junior, and Patty Shupe, senior,
decorate for the homecoming football game. BOTTOM:
"Come on, throw it to me," exclaims Gary Stanton, ju-
nior, to a Grandview player.
Gary excels in varsity basketball
J. E. Van Natta
Bruce Adams Larry Adams Steve Adams Patty Ahring Jim Alleman
Margie Alexander Ronald Alexander Wilbur Alford Brenda Allison Delores Ashlock
TOP: Seniors Larry Baird and Linda Beekman are typi-
cal of the way Seniors worked together during their
last year. BOTTOM: Wilbur Aliord displays the relaxed
attitude most seniors feel throughout the year.
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high class achievements and rewarding activ-
ities. To help obtain these achievements, the
class was led by Bruce Adams, president,
Dennis Vanarsdall, vice-president, Michelle
Hawk, secretary, Rick Marks, treasurer. Top-
ranking seniors received recognition for
scholastic achievements while star athletes
motivated the Indians through victorious en-
As the seniors' twelfth year ended, a
glimpse of sadness was discovered . . . the
last game, the last victory, the last prom, the
last good bye and separation of favorite
friends, and finally, graduation. Many seniors
left, taking with them their memories they
fulfilled during their years at Fort Osage.
Linda Beekman Linda Burke 'VFW Bessmef
George Black Shari Bland Timothy Booth
Musical abilities are many
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practice makes perfect as they play their saxophones
in an A-band rehearsal. BOTTOM: Andy Goddard and
Jerry Coleman discuss Jerry's new senior key. The
key represents the sophistication Fort Osage seniors
Alice Corn Pat Corum Dianna Countess
Ted Courter Earlene Crone James Crossley
Candy Dennis Tom DeWitt J.T. Dieckmann
Juliann Dieckmann Paula Dowd Theresa Downs
TOP: After much hard work, Alice Corn won her mem-
bership into FSA. Here she participated in the in-
duction ceremonies. BOTTOM: Candy Dennis, senior,
lies quietly after being injured in the Powder Puff
game between the junior and senior girls. CENTER:
Dianna Countess poses with the first place trophy she
won at the district DECA contest.
Diana achieves DECA award
Retha Doubenmeier STGVB DUU'9Y DebbY Durham
Timothy Emou Sieve F899 R'C"a'd Fam'
Rhonda shows spirit
TOP: Senior Rhonda Ficke, varsity cheerleader, shows
true school and class spirit at one of the football
games. BOTTOM: Michelle Hawk and Candy Dennis,
seniors, work diligently to tally yearbook sales. Candy
was editor of the Indian Legends and Michelle was
assistant layout-design editor.
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Gary Griffin Eldon Haskins Russell Hirst
Janet Gumm Michelle Hawk Elizabeth Holden
Diane Harrington Celia Hickman Brenda H0llOWay
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savings bond,' which she won for being chosen as
"Safe Driver of the Month." BOTTOM: Linda Hostetter,
as usual, is ciowning at practice for the musical, "The
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Flobert Ingalsbe Beverly James Floyd Jessick Shelley Johnson Debbie Joneg
Randy Jones Terri Justus Gary Kilgore John Keown Marlene Kincaid
Kris King David Kretschmer Mike Lamb Sharld Liggett Humberto Lopez
Richard Marks Sharen Marten Alan McMillin Terry McQuerry
Carolyn McCormick Jane McDougall Evonne Minton Denise Mitchell
Debbie Miller Linda Miller
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nior girls on in the Powder Puff Football game. TOP
RIGHT: Sharon Marten helped serve at the North
Central Association dinner. BOTTOM: Coach Terry
McQuerry shouts last minute instructions to his team
at the Powder Puff Football game.
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' ' CENTER: Charles Pirtle lights the candle of character
during the National Honor Society induction. RIGHT:
X Rose Pressley pauses between classes to talk with
N senior classmates Jim Williams and Jerry Coleman.
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Rick Rickman Marietta Riddle Patricia Riddle Walter Robinson
Ramon Rodriquez Jeff Roe Lyla Roe Doris Rose
Ernie Satterfield Ellis Seaton Lloyd Shaw Connie Shrgut
Patricia Shupe David Simmons Vanessa Sloan Jeannie Smith
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TOP: Flick Stark finds the library a relaxing place to
spend his study hall. RIGHT: Patty Shupe, cheerleader,
finds the traditional homecoming cake too good to
pass up. BOTTOM: Connie Shrout portrays the statue
of Liberty in "The Music Man."
Lynne Smith Varena Smith
Karen Snyder Steve Snyffef
Steve Starcher RiCk Stark
Robert Stewart Doug Stoll Timothy Stone Donna Stuart
TONY Stuck Jim Swearingen Gerald Syler Edward Talbott
Susan Tapko Scott Taylor Bfeftda Telgemiel' Terry Thatcher
Norman Thomas Nancy Truman Def1f1iS VHUSYSGSII Micheal Vickers
CENTER: Mike Vickers' outstanding roundball carrier
is illustrated in his fine rebounding form. He totaled
1030 points in his three year career. TOP: Senior boys
cheer for the roundball team during a pep rally.
Mike Vickers hits a thousand
Baccalaureate and commencement were the two
most important activities in the school careers of the
seniors. They ended twelve years of hard work for all.
On Sunday, May 24, the religious service of Bac-
calaureate was presented to the class by Reverend
Clyde McCormick of Salem Baptist Church. Reverend
Lowell Mize of Buckner Methodist Church gave the
invocation and benediction. The choir presented two
Commencement was held on Thursday, May 28,
in the school auditorium. Linda Hostetter spoke on
"Love", and Fallon Woodland spoke about student
satisfaction and dissent. Miss Mary Moore presented
honors and awards. The diplomas were presented by
Mr. Hyman Meinershagen and Mr. Von Young.
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TOP: It's graduation time, and it is very evident on
the faces of these seniors that they feel it is the most
important time of their school careers. RIGHT: Mike
Lamb and Diana Hulett find dressing for commence-
ment a humorous affair. BOTTOM: After receiving his
athletic scholarship from Miss Moore, Dennis Vanars-
dall walks solemnly back to his seat. LEFT: Julie
Dieckmann receives her Certificate of' Recognition to
MU from Miss Moore.
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TOP: Robert Snyder, senior, and hisdate enioy the
Hawaiian Kisse Cave. The 15' structure complete with
six-armed fluorescent goddess provides guests an
opportunity to steal a private moment, RIGHT: 425
guests dance to the music of the ROYAL COACHMEN.
Basically a hard-rock group the 'COACHMEN are a
highlight for the social event of the year. BOTTOM:
Students became sophisticated young adults in long
gowns and tuxedos. Donna Ethington and Bill Williams
fleftj and Diane Shields and Rick Ralston enjoy a
more ,romantic dancing pace. LEFT: Refreshments are
served by gras -skirted sophomores like Kathy Angell.
Meatballs, finger sandwiches, chips, dips, cake and
punch complete the menu.
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Prom alters gym
into Blue Hawaii
The girls' gymnasium was transformed into
an Hawaiian paradise the evening of lVlay 16,
for the Junior-Senior prom. Blue Hawaii came
alive with a smoking volcano, Kisse Cave
complete with Tiki gods, bamboo serving
huts, and a tropical mountain stream.
Grass skirted serving girls met the guests
as they entered through a bamboo hut and
were given leis and fresh gardenias. Tables
were decorated with hand-carved Tiki gods,
hurricane lamps, sea shells, and Hawaiian
fishing boat replicas.
The Royal Coachmen provided the music
for the dancing couples during the prom and
were followed at the breakfast by The Free-
As the evening ended, another prom had
been successful, and it will be another event
of the year that will never be forgotten.
TOP: Terri Carver rides an International Harvester
from Buckner Hardware located on Hudson Street in
Buckner 249-5812. RIGHT: Nancy Hutchison talks to
the manager of Buckner Cleaners. For quality clean-
ing call, 249-3332. BOTTOM: Patty lVlcDaniels and
Pam May just enjoyed a coke at Riggs Pharmacy lo-
cated in the "Little Village in the Valley" Buckner,
lVIo. 249-5611. LEFT: Lew Richards, owner of Richard's
U.S. 17301 East 24 Highway shows his good-will by
giving Diane Keadle a sucker.
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watches as a Workman casts a die at Lyons Diecasting
Company, Buckner. 249-3146. LEFT: Joy Snead pauses
to wish for a hole in one at the Mini-Golf Center on
24 Highway, phone no. 254-9393.
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CC 234 cocapt 34 Track 234
O Club 234 sec 34 St Council
1 2 class pres 4 NFL1 Boys State
Rep 3 Candidate for Outstanding
Teen 4 Whos Who 4 E Honor Ftoll
2 4 S Honor Roll 1 3 Prom Commit
tee 3 ADAMS LARRY VICA 4
French Club 1 Science Club 4 Per
fect Attendance 3 STEVE ADAMS
Track 234 CC 34 VICA 4 Conser
vation Club 2 Ind Arts2 O Club
3 4 PATTY AHRING Pep Club 1 2 3
Cheerleader 23 capt 3 DECA 34
French Club 2 I Club 3 Powder
Puff Football 4 Homecoming Queen
Candidate 4 Courtwarming Queen
Candidate 4 JIM ALLEMAN MAR
GIE ALEXANDER RONNIE ALEX
ANDER Track 3 NHS 4 S Honor
Roll 234 WILBUR ALFRED BREN
DA ALLISON DELORES ASHLOCK
FSA 4 S Honor Roll 4 Choir 4
LARRY BAIRD Basketball 1234
Football 134 class sec 23 Quill
the way for
8t Scroll 4 Smoke Signal Staff
Sports Editor 4 Indian Legends
Staff Sports Editor 4 Yearbook King
Candidate and Powder Puff Football
Kung Candidate 4 MIKE BALDWIN
DECA 4 TERRY BARCLAY French
Club 23 pres 3 AFS 23 PSI Club
34 v pres 4 Allied Arts 4 S Hon
or Roll 234 Band 1234 pres 4
Directors Award 3 Perfect Atten
dance 1234 Solo ensemble Dis
trict 34 State 4 IRENE BARNES
I Club 34 vpres 3 pres 4 Pow
der Puff Football 4 Perfect Atten
dance 3 PE Assistant 34 LINDA
BEEKMAN FTA 2 Pep Club 234
AFS 23 People to People 23 NHS
34 PSI Club 34 FSA 34 Quill 81
Scroll 4 Smoke Signal Staff 4 In
dian Legends Staff 4 Perfect Atten
dance 12 Powder Puff Football 4
Council Assistant 4 S Honor Roll 1
234 LINDA BURKE MARY BES
S R NFL123 4 Science
Club 1234 FTA 234 vpres 4
People to People 1 2 v pres 3 4
Pep Club 234 Choreography Club
12 3 Library 1 2 34 Allied Arts 34
NHS 3 4 French Club 4 PSI Club 4
Powder Puff Football 4 St Council
Rep 1 2 3 Citizenship Award 2 Cat
egories Team 234 capt 4 Out
standing teen 34 Directors Award
3 DAR Award 4 Betty Crocker
Choir 1 2
Band 1 2
Award 4 Whos Who 4
Roll 1234 Band 1234
34 Stage Band 234
Band Drum Maiorette 4
BLACK SHARI BLAND
BOOTH DON BORGMAN
34 NFL1234 pres 4
tion Club v pres 1 Quill 8t Scroll 3
4 pres 4 St Council 4 NFL Dou
ble Ruby 2 Allied Arts 4 S Honor
Roll 4 Thesplans 4 First Place Conf
Debate 4 Fourth Place State NFL
Debate 4 First Place Conf Radio
Speaking 4 Directors Award 2
Band v pres 4 Smoke Signal Edu
tor 4 Spring All School Play 4 One
TOP: Bruce Adams, class president, relaxes after run- hilarious affair. LEFT: 'Candy Dennis models one of
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act Play 4. TERESA BORNE. IRENE
BOWMAN: FSA 3,45 AFS 1,2,3,45 Pep
Club 2,3, checker 45 FHA pres. 3, v-
pres. 45 PSI Club 3,45 NHS 3,45 Quill
8t Scroll 45 Smoke Signal Staff 45 E
Honor Floll 45 Citizenship Award 2.
DEBORAH BRAMMER: AFS 2,3,45
People-to-People 2,35 FTA 2,35 Girls'
Chorus 25 Pep Club 2,3,45 PSI Club
3, v-pres. 4, reporterg FHA 35 FSA 3,
45 NHS 3,45 Concert Choir 3,45 Quill
8t Scroll 45 Smoke Signal Staff 45
Powder Puff Football 45 Regent's
Scholarship 45 Perfect Attendance 1,
2. JANET BREUER: People-to-People
1,2,35 Choreography Club 1,25 AFS
1,2,35 FTA 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45
FSA 3,45 FHS 35 "I" Club 3,45 Per-
fect Attendance 1,35 Office Assistant
3,45 Powder Puff Football 4. BOB
BROCK. HOWARD BROCK: Track 3,
45 CC 45 Allied Arts 4. DUDLEY
BROMLEY. GLENNA BROWN: Cheer-
leader 15 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 FHA 3,4.
LAUREL BRYANT: "I" Club 45 VICA
45 PE Assistant 45 Teacher's Aide 45
District VICA Contest fPublic Speak-
ingl 4. DALE CARRENDER. MIKE
CARVER: Science Club 3,45 Band 35
NHS 45 Quill 81 Scroll 45 Smoke Sig-
nal 8t Indian Legends Photographer
4. BRENDA CLARK. CATHY CLEM-
MONS. JACKIE COATNEY: Pep
Club 1,2,3,45 People-to-People 25
FSA 3,45 DECA 35 District Contest in
DECA 35 Office Assistant 4. MIKE
COLE: JV Wrestling 2. JERRY COLE-
MAN: Track 1,2,3,45 CC 2,3,45 CC
Manager 15 "O" Club 2,3,45 Ind. Arts
35 Allied Arts 45 State Indoor in
Track 2,3,4. ROY CONES. CHARLES
A. COOLEY. MARLA COPE: NHS 3,
45 VICA 4. ALICE CORN: French
Club 1,2,3,45 AFS 1,2,3,45 Pep Club
1,2,3,45 PSI Club 3,45 Allied Arts 3,
45 VICA 45 NHS 45 S Honor Roll 2,
3,45 Band 1,2,3,4. PAT CORUM: Pep
Club 45 People-to-People Club 2,35
AFS 2,3,45 Science Club 15 FTA 25
Thespians Club 4. DIANNA COUN-
TESS. TED COURTER: Track 2,3,45
Football 3,45 Citizenship Award 3.
EARLENE CRONE: AFS 1,2,3,45 Pep
Club 1,2, sec. 3,45 Allied Arts 3,45
NHS 3,45 French Club 3,45'PSl Club
3, pres. 45 S Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 ln-
dian Legend Assistant Editor 4.
JAMES CROSSLEY. CANDY DEN-
NIS: Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader
15 St. Council 1,3, pres. 45 FTA 2,3,
45 FSA 3, pres. 45 French Club 3,45
AFS 2,3, v-pres. 45 Thespians Club
1,2,35 "I" Club 3,45 NHS 3,45 Quill 8
Scroll 3,45 Indian Legends Editor 45
Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,45 S Honor
Roll 1,2,35 E Honor Floll 45 Office As-
sistant 2,3,45 Prom Committee 35
Powder Puff Football 45 Track Prin-
cess 35 Snowflake Queen 45 Year-
book Queen Candidate 45 Regent's
Scholarship 45 M.U. L e a d e r s h i p
Camp 35 Who's Who 45 FSA District
Shorthand Contest 4. TOM DeWITT:
Science Club 15 Quill 8t Scroll 45
Football 1,2,35 Track 1,25 Wrestling
1,45 Perfect Attendance 1,2,35 Smoke
, I 7
Signal and Indian Legends Photog
rapher 4. J. T. DIECKMANN: Choir
1,2,3,45 AFS 3,45 AFS Brother 45 Bas
ketball 1,2,3,45 "O" Club 4.
ANN DIECKMANN: AFS 2,3,45 Pep
Club 2,3,45 NHS 3,45 Allied Arts 3,4
PSI Club 45 Citizenship Award 15 S
Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,4
Choir 1,2,3,45 School Musical 2
PAULA DOWD. THERESA DOWNS
RETHA DOUBENMEIER. S T E V E
DUDLEY. DEBBY DURHAM: AFS 1
2,35 FTA 1,25 People-to-People Club
1,25 Cheerleader 1,35 Track Princess
25 S Honor Roll 3. TIMOTHY EL
LIOTT: Conservation Club 25 CC 1
2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4. STEVEN FAGG
PSI Club 45 Wrestling 4. RICHARD
FARRAR: Football 15 Wrestling 2,4
DECA pres. 35 Perfect Attendance
35 PE Assistant 4. CATHY FARRIS
Pep Club 1,2,35 v-pres. 45 Cheer
leader 15 FSA 3, v-pres. 45 NHS 3
v-pres. 45 FHA 45 Powder Puff Foot
ball 45 S Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Short
hand State Contest Placed Second
35 Perfect Attendance 253. RHONDA
FICKE: Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Cheer
leader 1,2,3,45 AFS 1,2,3,45 People
to-People 1,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 French
Club 3, pres. 45 FSA 3,45 Allied Arts
3,45 Quill 8t Scroll 45 PSI Club 3,4
Concert Choir 1,2,3, pres. 45 Allied
Arts 45 Quill 8t Scroll 45 Powder Puff
Football 45 Office Assista nt 25
School Musical 2,3,45 Smoke Signal
Staff 45 Indian Legends Staff 4. CEL-
IA HICKMAN: FHA 3,4. RUSSELL
HIRST: Wrestling 25 VICA 45 S Hon-
or Roll 1. LIZ HOLDEN: CounseIor's
Assistant 3,4. BRENDA HOLLOWAY.
KAREN HOLST: Spanish Club 15
Choreography Club 2,35 CounseIor's
Assistant 2,35 District Music Contest
3,4. LINDA HOSTETTER: Thespians
1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, pres. 45
People-to-People Club 1,2,35 FTA 2,
3,45 NFL 2,3, pres. 45 "I" Club 3,45
St. Council 3,45 Allied Arts 3,45 PSI
Club 3,45 Quill 8t Scroll 45 AFS 45
Powder Puff Football 45 class sec. 35
Prom Committee 35 Smoke Signal
Staff 45 Indian Legends Staff 45 Girl
State Rep. 35 Courtwarming Queen
Candidate 45 All School Play 1,3,45
Musical 45 One-act Play Contest 3,
45 Choir 4. JAMES HOUGHTALING:
Conservation Club 15 Track 15 Foot-
ball 15 Spanish Club 3,45 Spanish
Club NHS 3,45 S Honor Roll 2,3.
Linda speaks on Love
Perfect Attendance 12 Snowflake
Cand 2 Homecoming Princess 3
Homecoming Queen 4 Yearbook
Queen Candidate 4 Office Assistant
4 Directors Award 1 234 Powder
Puff Football 4 MERLE FLEENER
BOB FORD Track 1 Football 24
Science Club 2 lndustlral Arts 2
VICA 4 Football All Conf second
team All Area H M 4 LINDA FRAN
CIS LARRY FULTZ PEGGY GEE
FRANK GILMORE ANDY GODDARD
O Club 4 Wrestling 4 Football 4
Track 4 District Wrestling 4 RON
ALD GONDRAN DEBBIE GRAY
French Club 1234 Pep Club 234
AFS 234 FTA 23 pres 4 People
to People Club 2 pres 3 4 Science
Club 234 NHS 34 Quill 81 Scroll
4 Powder Puff Football 4 First Place
Science Fair 2 Perfect Attendance
1 S Honor Roll 1 234 Counselors
Assistant 3 4 Smoke Signal Staff 4
Indian Legends Staff 4 Whos Who
4 DEBBIE GREER GARY GRIFFIN
Basketball 1 234 Track 2 34 JAN
ET GUMM Pep Club 1 Girls Cho
rus 2 Concert Choir 3 Office Assis
tant 4 DIANE HARRINGTON Span
ish Club 1 Choreography Club 1
DECA 34 ELDON HASKINS Ml
Cl-'ELLE HAWK Pep Club 1234
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JAMES HOWELL. RISE HUGHES.
DIANAPHULETT: Choreography Club
1,25 French Club 3,45 "I" Club 3,45
FSA 3,45 NHS 45 Pep Club 3,45 Pow-
der Puff Football 45 Snowflake Queen
Candidate 2,45 Office Assistant 45
NCA Hostess 45 Student Relations
Day. ROBERT INGALSBE. BEVERLY
JAMES: People-to-People Club 1,35
Thespians 15 French Club 2,3,45 Pep
Club 2,3,45 "I" Club 3,45 FSA 3,45
Office Assistant 4. FLOYD JESSICK.
SHELLEY JOHNSON: NFL 1,2,3,45
French Club 2,35 Perfect Attendance
1,2,3,45 District Music 2,3,45 FTA 45
PSI Club 45 "I" Club 3,45 Counselor's
Assistant 35 PE Assistant 354. DEB-
BIE JONES. RANDY JONES: Track
2,3,45 Science Club 4. TERRI JUS-
TUS: VICA 45 Prom Committee 35
Counselorts Assistant 45 Play Sce-
nery 3,45 Choreography Clu b 3.
GARY KILGORE: Football 1,25 VICA
45 Quill 8t Scroll 45 Smoke Signal
Staff 4. JOHN KEOWN. JOYCE KIN-
CAID. KRIS KING: Choreography
Club 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,45 Allied Arts
3,45 FTA 35 AFS 35 Citizenship Award
35 Interscholastic Art Award 35 Quill
TOP: Linda Hostetter pauses to give SOIT16 adV'C9
RIGHT: Rhonda Ficke proudly shows the audience her
new dress. BOTTOM: Voted as Mr. and Miss School
Spirit are Debbie Gray and Mike Vickers
Flick ca tures 'All Area'
8t Scroll 45 Indian Legends Staff 45
Smoke Signal Staff 4. DAVID KRET-
SCHMER. MIKE LAMB: "O" Club 45
Football 45 Basketball 45 S Honor
Roll 35 E. Honor Roll 4. SHARLD
LIGGETT: French Club 1,25 Pep
Club 2,3545 People-to-People Club 25
AFS 25 FSA 3,45 NHS 35 DECA 35 S
Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. HUMBERTO L0-
PEZ. GEORGE LYNN: Debate 15
Football 1,2,35 Basketball 1,25 VICA
45 St. Council 1,2,3,4. RICHARD
MARKS: French Club 1,2, v-pres. 3,
45 AFS 1,2,3,45 class officer, repor-
ter 35 treasurer 45 Thespians Club 2,
3,45 "O"'CIub 2,3,45 Football 3,45
All-Conf. 2nd team 35 1st team All-
Conf. 45 All-Area H.M. 35 1st team 45
All-Metro 1st team 45 Basketball 1,
2,3,45 capt. 45 All-Conf. 1st team 3,
45 All-Area 2nd team 35 1st team 45
All-District 1st team 45 All-Metro
2nd team 45 All-State H.M. 45 Track
35 School Play 35 PE Assistant 35
Who's Who 45 Who's Who in Athletes
45 Prom Committee 45 SHARON
MARTEN: Pep Club 2,3,45 FHA 3,45
McCalls Fashion Board for Teens 4.
JOHN MASTERSON. CAROLYN Mc-
CORMICK: French Club 2,35 PSI Club
3,45 Allied Arts 45 Girls Chorus 25
Concert Choir 3,4. JANE McDOUG-
ALL: Thespians Club 25 FTA 2,3,45
Spanish Club 35 CounseIor's Assis-
tant 2. ALAN McMILLEN. TERRY Mc-
QUERRY: Basketball 15 Wrestling 2,
3,45 Football 35 Perfect Attendance 35
NHS 45 S Honor Roll 2,45 Band 1,2,
3,45 Stage Band 3,4. DEBBIE MID-
DLETON: Choreography Club 1,25
Pep Club 2,3,45,FSA 3,45 FHA 45
Powder Puff,FootbalI 45 Office As-
sistant 45 Perfect Attendance 3. DEB-
BIE MILLER: French Club 1,2,3,45
People-to-People 2,3,45 FTA 35 Sci-
ence Club 35 Pep Club 45 PSI Club
45 Thespians Club, sec. 45 Counsel-
or's Assistant 35 Snowflake Queen
Candidate for Science Club 3. LIN-
DA MILLER: Pep Club 2,3,45 PSI
Club 3,45 FSA 3,45 FHA 45 Counsel-
or's Assistant 4. EVONNE MINTON:
Spanish Club 2,35 Pep Club 3,45 AI-
lied Arts 45 PSI Club 45 FSA 45 NFL
45 Thespians Club 45 Best Novice
Debater 35 Co-editor, Literary Maga-
zine 4. DENISE MITCHELL: NFL 1,
2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 FTA 2,3, treasur-
er 45 PSI Club 3,45 Allied Arts 3,45
Science Club 45 NHS 3,45 S Honor
Roll 2,3. H. D. MONTOGOMERY:
French Club 45 Childrens Theater 25
All-School Play 4. KIM MORRIS:
Smoke Signal Staff 45 Indian Leg-
ends Staff 45 PSI Club 4. ROY MOT-
LEY. BARBARA MUSTAIN. RONNIE
NEAL. MIKE NELSON: NFL 1,2,3,45
S Honor Roll 1,3,45 NHS 3,45 Cate-
gories Team 3,45 Who's Who 4.
MARLENE NOLTE: French Club 1,25
Allied Arts 3,45 PSI Club 45 S Hon-
or Ftoll 25 Office Assistant 2. DOUG
NORRIS: "O" Club 35 Track 1,25
Wrestling 25 Football 2,3. DAVID
O'DELL. JEANNIE OWNSBY. JUDY
PAULING: VICA 4. DIANE PECK:
Pep Club 3,45 Courtwarming Queen
45 Homecoming Princess 2. ARLENE
PEDERSON. CONNIE P ETTET.
CHARLES PIRTLE: NFL 1,2,3,45 sec.
45 Debate Awards 1,2,3,45 S Honor
Roll 2,35 French Club 35 NHS 3,4.
TOP: National Honor Society members, Patty Shupe
and Lyla Roe, help with the induction of Junior High
National Honor Society. CENTER: Rick Marks, end,
struggles to free himself from a Grandview player.
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TOM PRESTON Spanish Club 1
AFS 1234 Band 12 S Honor Roll
12 3 4 Track 2 Ind Arts 2 VICA 4
NHS 4 ROSIE PRESSLEY French
Club 1 AFS 1234 Spanish Club
2 3 4 NHS 3 4 People to People
Club 2 3 4 PSI Club 4 S Honor Roll
234 VICA 4 KATHY PUCKETT
FTA 2 French Club 1234 Library
2 3 Library Assistant 2 3 Allied Arts
34 Office Assistant 4 DECA 4
Powder Puff Football 4 KR I S
QUEEN RONNIE RAGAN DEBBIE
REESE EVELYN RENFRO Perfect
Attendance 1 234 Science Club 4
Girls Chorus 234 KAREN RESER
AFS 12 People to People Club 1
Thespians 1 2 34 NFL 1 2 3 sec 4
French Club 1234 FTA 1234
Qui 8t Scroll 34 P p Club 4 I
Club 4 Powder Puff Football 4 Per-
fect Attendance 35 School Play 3,45
Assistant Editor of Smoke Signal 4.
RICK RICKMAN. MARIETTA RIDDLE.
PAT RIDDLE: FHA 45 S Honor Roll
4. WALTER ROBINSON. RAMON
RODRIQUES: Foreign Exchange Stu-
en 45""Cu 5AF 45 .
Council 45 NHS 45 Football 45 Track
45 Powder Puff Football Kin g 45
Yearbook King Candidate 4. JEFF
ROE. LYLA ROE: FTA 1,2,3,45 AFS
35 French Club 2,3,45 St. Council 1,
45 FSA 3,45 Quill 8t Scroll 3,45 Peo-
ple-to-People 35 Smoke Signal Staff
45 Indian Legends Staff 45 PSI Club
3,45 NHS 35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Cheer-
leader 1,2,3, Head Cheerleader 45
Powder Puff Football 45 S Honor
Roll 1,2,3,45 class treas. 15 Off'ce
Assistant 45 Regents Scholarship 45
Runner-up for Citizenship Award 35
Yearbook Queen Candidate 45 Court-
warming Queen Candidate 45 Per-
fect Attendance 45 M.U. Leadership
Camp 35 Quill 8t Scroll, treas. 4.
DORIS ROSE: FTA 2. ERNIE SAT-
TERFIELD. ELLIS SEATON. FLOYD
SHAW. CONNIE SHROUT: People-
to People Club 15 Choreography
Club 1,25 Pep Club 2,3,45 Thespians
45 Quill 8t Scroll 45 NFL 3,45 Allied
Arts 3,45 AFS 45 Concert Choir 3,45
S Honor Roll 1,3,45 E Honor Roll 25
Whos Who 4 Office Assistant 4
School Musical 4 School Play 4 In
dian Legends Staff 4 Smoke Signal
Staff 4 PATRICIA SHUPE FTA 2 3
4 AFS 2 FSA 34 Pep Club 1 234
Cheerleader 1 2 3 asst head cheer
leader 4 St Council 3 v pres 4
French Club 234 People to People
Club 3 Quill and Scroll 34 sec 4
PSI Club 34 NHS 4 Smoke Signal
Staff 4 Indian Legends Staff 4 S
Honor Roll 2 3 4 Prom Committee 3
Powder Puff Football 4 Perfect At
tendance 24 Office Assistant 34
Girl State Rep 3 Runner up for Cut
izenship Award 3 Regents Scholar
ship 4 FTA Carnival Princess 1
Yearbook Queen Candid te 2 Snow
flake Queen 3 Yearbook Queen 4
Homecoming Queen Candidate 4
Courtwarming Queen Candidate 4
Who s Who 4. DAVID SIMMONS. VA-
NESSA SLOAN. JEANNIE SMITH:
Office Assistant 45 Girls Chorus 3.
LYNNEA SMITH. VARENA SMITH:
Spanish Club 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 2,35
People-to-People Club 2,3,45 Span-
ish HS 3,45 AFS 3,45 NHS 3,45 Sci-
Club 45 Counselor's Assistant
5 Honor Roll 2,4. KAREN SNY-
DER: Spanish Club 1,2,35 Thespians
Club 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,35 PSI Club
35 NFL 45 S Honor Roll 3,4. STEVE
STARCHER: Ind. Arts 2,45 VICA 45
Football 1,3. RICK STARK. BOB
STEWART: PSI Club 45 Track 1,25
Wrestling 2,45 Powder Puff Football
Coach 45 Conf. Wrestling Meet, 2nd
4. Douci s'roi.i.: sr. council 2,35
45 "O" Club 2,3,45 NHS 3,45 VICA 45
Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 25 Track
2,35 Citizenship Award 25 S Honor
Roll 15 Library 2. TIM STONE. DON-
NA STEWART. TONY STUCK. JIM
SWEARINGEN. GERALD SYLER. ED
TALBOTT. SUSAN TAPKO. SCOTT
TAYLOR: Spanish Club 25 "O" Club
2,3,45 Allied Arts 3,45 Quill Bi Scroll
45 Basketball 15 CC 2,3,45 Track 2,3,
45 Music Solo Ill, ll 2,35 Smoke Sig-
nal Photographer, 45 Choir v-pres. 45
Allied Arts pres. 4. BRENDA TELGE-
MEIER: Pep Club 2,3,45 AFS 2,3,45
PSI Club 3,45 Allied Arts 3,41 NHS
34 VICA 4 S Honor Roll 1234
Counselors Assistant 4 District Mu
sic Contest 1 2 3 4 TERRY THATCH
ER NORMAN THOMAS NANCY
TRUMAN French Club 1 23 FTA 2
12 Pep Club 3 Clu
VICA 4 Llbrary1 v pres 2 pres 3
S Honor Roll 12 Choir Contest 3
DENNIS VANARSDALL S p a n IS h
Club 1 2 O Club 2 pres 34 AFS
3 Basketball 1234 Hustle
Award 1 Football 1234 capt 34
HM Conf 2 HM Area 2 1st Team
Conf 34 2nd Team Area 3 HM
District 3 HM All Metro 34 All
State HM 4 Track 1234 Conf
Champ Shot Put 34 M U Scholar
ship Football 4 class pres 34 Boys
State Rep 3 Outstanding Teen
Award 4 Whos Who 4 DEBBIE
WEIGAND Choreography Club 12
People-to-People Club 15 FTA 45
AFS 45 Pep Club 45 Concert Band
2,3,45 Director's Award 45 State Con-
test ll rating for Clarinet Trio 3.
HAROLD WILLIAMS: "O" Club 45
VICA 45 Basketball 15 Track 3,45 CC
45 Track District and State 3. JIM
WILLIAMS. MYRA WINFREY. ROG-
ER WINFREY: Spanish Club 1,25
NFL 3,45 S Honor Roll 45 Perfect At-
tendance 1,2,3,45 Conf. Debate and
Individual Contest 35 Conf. Debate
45 State NFL 45 1st Place Conf. Ex-
emp. 35 Doub e Ruby NF. .
GEORGE WOLFE. FALLON WOOD-
LAND. JUNIOR YOUNG: St. Council
, 5 Class pres. 25 "OU Club , 5
NFL 15 VICA, v-pres. 45 Football 1,2,
3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track 1,2,35 Year-
book King 45 Conservation Club 1,25
Social Chairman "O" Club 45 Foot-
ball capt. 45 All Conf. 2nd Team.
Adams, Bruce 4,124-,134,228,272,
Adams, Larry 228
Adams, Stephen 228,124
Ahring, Patty 101,228
Alexander, Marjorie 228
Alexander, Ronald 228,200
Alford, Charles 228,229
Alleman, James 228
Allison, Brenda 228
Ashlock, Delores 63,228
Baird, Larry 102,113,128,134,228,
Barclay, Terry 69,229,231
Barnes, Irene 229
Beekman, Linda 63,70,91,94,228,
Bessmer, Mary 51 ,71 ,69,93,229,62
Black, George 229
Bland, Shari 229
Booth, Tim 229
Borgman, Donald 51,53,54,69,227,
Borne, Teresa 230
Bowman, Irene 63,74,78,230
Brammer, Deborah 63,62,230
Breuer, Janet 63,230
Brock, Bob 230
Brock, Howard 230
Bromley, Dudley 230
Brown, Glenna 230
Bryant, Laurel 38,230
Burke, Linda 229
Carrender, Dale 230
Carver, Michael 71,230
Clark, Brenda 230
Clemmons, Cathy 230
Cole, Michael 230
Coleman, Jerry 124,148,231 ,236
Cones, Roy 231
Cooley, Charles 231
Cope, Marla 231
Corum, Patricia 232
Countess, Dianna 232,233
Courter, Ted 232
Crone, Earlene 69,81,232
Crossley, James 232
Dennis, Candy 62,63,51,81,102,104,
DeWitt, Tom 232
Dieckmann, J. T. 128,133,232
Dieckmann, Juliann 69,232,246
Dowd, Paula 232
Downs, Theresa 232
Doubenmier, Retha 233
Dudley, Steve 233
Durham, Debby 233
Elliott, Tim 233 -
FaQQ. Steve 143,233
Farrar, Richard 233
Farris, Cathy 63,234
Ficke, Rhonda 49,63,69,81,100,101,
Fleener, Merle 234
Ford, Bob 234
Francis, Linda 234
Fultz, Larry 234
Gee, Peggy 234
Gilmore, Frank 234
Goddard, Andy 117,143,146,147,227,
Gondran, Ronald 234
Gray, Deborah 90,652,234
Greer, Debbie 234
Griffin, Gary 7,130,128,235
Harrington, Diane 235
Haskins, Eldon 235
Hawk, Michelle 63,69,235
Hickman, Celia 235
Hirst, Russell 235
Holden, Elizabeth 235
Holloway, Brenda 235
Holst, Karen 69,236
Hostetter, Linda 1,27,51,52,54,62,69,
Houghtaling, James 39,236
Howell, James 236
Hughes, Rise 236
Huiett, Diana 61-3,105,236,247
lngalsbe, Robert 237
James, Beverly 63,105,237
Jessick, Floyd 237
Johnson, Shelley 54,62,237
Jones, Deborah 237
Jones, Randall 71,237
Justus, Teresa 237
Kilgore, Gary 237
King, Kris 62,69,237
Kretschmer, David 237
Lamb, Michael 24,117,128,130,237,
Liggett, Sharld 63,236,237
Lopez, Humberto 71,237
Lynn, George 51,238
Marks, Richard 52,109,102,115,128,
Marten, Sharon 63,74,234,238,239
McCormick, Carolyn 69,238
McQuerry, Terry 143,227,234,238,
Middleton, Deborah 63,238
Miller, Deborah 52,238
Miller, Linda 63,238
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Mitchell, Denise 54,62,69,
Montgomery, H. D. 239
Morris, Kim 239
Motley, Roy 239
Mustain, Barbara 63,239
Neal, Ronnie 239
Nelson, Michael 54,239
Nolte, Marlene 69,239
Norris, Doug 239
O'Dell, David 240
Ownsbey, Dona 52,240
Pauling, Judy 240
Peck, Diana 103,240
Pettet, Connie 240
Pirtle, Charles 54,236,241
Pressley, Rosie 236,241
Preston, Tom 38,241
Puckett, Kathy 241
Queen, Kristen 241
Ragan, Ronnie 241
Reese, Debra 241
Renfro, Evelyn 71,241
Reser, Karen 52,236,241
Rickman, Rick 242
Riddle, Marietta 242
Riddle, Patricia 242
Robinson, Walter 242
Roe, Jeff 242
Rose, Doris 242
Rodriguez, Ramon 4,59,51,66,102,
Roe, Lyla 51 ,62,63,97,102,103,242
Satterfield, Ernie 242
Seaton, Ellis 49,242
Shaw, Lloyd 242
Shrout, Connie 52,54,69,70,242
Shupe, Patricia 49,50,51,62,63,80,96
Simmons, Dave 242
Sloan, Vanessa 63,242
Smith, Carman 242
Smith, Leanna 243
Snyder Karen 52243
Snyder Robert 248
Snyder Steve 243
Stark Rick 243
Stewart Robert 244
Stoll Doug 51 113244
Stone Timothy 244
Stuart Donna 63244
Stuck Tony 244
Swearlngen Jim 244
Syler Gerald 244
Talbott Eddie 244
Tapko Susan 90244
Taylor John 69244
Taylor Mike 244
Telegmeier Brenda 69244
Thatcher Terry 244
Thomas Norman 45244
Thornton Carl 124
Truman Nancy 244
Vanarsdall Dennis 112114132147
128 244 247
Vickers Michael 128129133134
Weigand Deborah 62 86 245
Williams Harold 124125 245
Williams James 236245
Winfrey Myra 245
Winfrey Roger 54 245
Wolf George 245
Woodland Fallon 52 54 55 245
Young Von 51 102115245
Zeller Randy 143245
Adams Kenneth 218
Adlard Gail 54 218
Alexander Berry 124218
Alexander Jenny 93218
Allen Alice 52 58 59 62 218
Alumbaugh Gari 218
Austin Cindy 218
Ballard Dave 218
Baranda Gaston 218
Bartow Richard 54128139 218 222
Beebe Don 218
Berrier Diana 62 218
Blanford Deborah 218
Bohnert Mary 219
Borgman Connie 219
Borne Jackie 51 219
Botts Judy 51 62 219
Bowers Sarah 219
Bowman, Cheryl 54,219
Brendel, Janet 85,69,219
Brooks, Pat 219
Brown, Nancy 93,219
Broyles, Ellen 21 ,52,54,219
Bruntmeyer, Byron 219
Bryant, Casey 219
Burns, Kathy 219
Butler, Carl 219
Casady Barbara 219
Chapman, Lynn 54 219
Cole Patricia 219
Combs Ronnie 219
Combs Steven 219
Conwell Sherry 219
Costlgan Steve 219
Courtright Sheila 219
Cox Jeanette 219
Crooks Danny 219
Crossley Jeanette 52 219
Cully Howard 143219
Curtis James 219
Davis Denise 63 220
Denton James 220
Dismang Floyd 220
Dixon Debra 220
Dunham Errol 220
Durham Darcy 62220
Dyer Jill 62 220 221
Dyer Robert 6989220
Edgmon Adeana 220
Edwards Pat 69 71 220
Elchler Donald 117119146220
Ellis Bobbie 220
Esry Linda 220
Ethington Donna 93220
Evans Belinda 220
Fagan Pam 51 52 54 62 69 220
Fields Kathy 63220
Finnegan Danny 220
Firrel Debbie 220
Gann Linda 220
Garcia Rachel 220
Gaume Paul 117220
George Jerry 220
Gibson George 220
Gilmore Linda 69 221
Gray Venita 221
Green Susan 54 71 221
Haas Mary Beth 54 69 71 221
Hale Mary 221
Hale Mayo 221
Hamilton Chester 54 69 221
Harper Suzanne 93221
Harra C L 221
Harris HarryL 221
Harris John E 221
Harris John F 221
Hastings Donna 69221
Heman Cindy 52 62 69 221
Hensley Carolyn 221
Hess Mike 221
Hisle James 69221
Hoaglln Lyndle 221
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Holeman, Cheryl 222
Hoover, Connie 222
Horner, Virginia 69,222
Howe, Beverly 62,222
Huber, Randa 93,222
Huntsucker, Cathy 54,222
Huntsucker, Vernon 222
Huntsucker, Walter 222
Hurst, Thomas 222
Husted, Norman 222
Ingram, Roger 222
Jacquess, Jimmy 1 ,54,116,117,118,
Jeffries, Laura 222
Jeffries, Nile 222
Jeffries, Rick 54,117,222
Johnson, Barbara 222
Johnson, Rick 222
Jones, Barbara 222
Jones, Monica 223
Juliann, Timberlynn 52,223
Keadle, Diane 97,223,248
Keeran, Ron 223
Kellough, Ronald 223
Kendrick, Melinda 223
Kettlewell, Linda 63,223
King, Michelle 223
Koger, Bruce 223
Larimore, David 223
Langhammer, Bev 223
Lankford, Steven 223
Lynch, Cathy 62,223
Lyness, Elaine 223
Lynn, Larry 223
Markley, Raymond 223
Matthews, Danny 223
May, Pamela 93,223
Mayfield, Kathy 223
McCollum, Della 223
McCracken, Bill 223
McCracken, Sheila 223
McDaniel, Patricia 52,913,223
McMillen, Pamela 223
Meredith, Renee 223
Miller, Debbie 223
Morris, Andrea 51,224
Murphy, Rosemary 224
Murray, Ronnie 224
Myers, Jerry 224
Neal, Vickie 224
Nolting, Donna 62,224
Olf, Ilona 224
Osborn, Carl 224
Owings, Allen 69,224
Parker, John 54,112,138,224
Pease, Linda 54,224
Penniston, Lucinda 54,91,224 7
Perkins, Charles 224
Perry, Rhonda 224
Phillips, Karen 224
Potter, Mike 224
Powell, Robert 224
Pressley, Ronald 224
Rainwater, Linda 224
Ralston, Rick 7,224
Rea, Lola 63,224
Reeds, Jackie 51 ,52,63,105,224,225
Reese, Clifford 224
Remmert, Pamela 224
Reynolds, Mark 7,54,6O,114,128,139
Riley, James 224
Risberg, Connie 63,224
Robb, Loretta 225
Robbins, Dennis 225
Rogers, Devona 63,225
Rose, Ann 225
Ryan, Denise 63,225
Schildhauer, Eileen 2251
Scott, Mike 71,143,225
Sebolt, Larry 225
Sevy, Nancy 69,71,225
Sharp, Chris 225
Sharp, Gary 225
Shelton, Steve 225
Shields, Diana 52,93,218,225
Shrout, Paul 52,54,69,83,225
Simmons, Mike 225
Slee, Vicki 225
Sloan, Shelley 63,225
Smith, Orville 225
Smith, Patty Cable 226
Snead, Joy 52,53,54,62,69,98,226
Sparks, Gayle 226
Spicer, Cindy 226
Stanton, Gary 54,128,132,226
Stark, Pauline 226
Starr, Brenda 226
Stewart, John 153,145,226
Stone, David 226
Stone, Mike 226
Stone, Terry 51,52,226
Struewe, Calvin 226
Talbott, Debra 63,226
Tapko, Laura 226
Taylor, Linda 226
Teague, Martha 21,226
Tennis, Sally 14,49,51,97,226
Teter, Kay 226
Tipton, Debbie 227
Trotter, Danny 227
Turner, Ron 226
VanNatta, J. E. 110,118,132,146,227
VanTyyle, Delores 63,227
Varnell, Gary 227
Velaer, Valerie 227
Waisner, Ken 44,227
Walker, Wesley 227
Warford, Shirley 101,227
Waters, Larry 227
Watson, Jackie 227
Watson, Robert 227
Wells, Ron 227
Wescott, Laura 63,227
Whelan, Tim 227
Wilcox, Donald 117,227
Williams, Brenda 227
Williams, John 227
Williamson, Dean 227
Winfrey, Jack 227
Winfrey, Warren 227
Winkler, Cliff 227
Woods, Gary 69,227
Wooster, Debbie 227
Yaeger, Scott 227
Alkire, Cindy 204
Alleman, Kathy 51,204
Angelides, Lina 204
Angell, Kathy 52,54,204,248
Anthony, Darrell 54,204
Aubuchon, Denise 204
Bales, Kathy 204
Barclay, Tom 117,128,149,204
Barker, Ronnie 204
Barragan, Phillip 204
Baumgarden, Marsha 204
Berger, Harold 204
Bessmer, James 204
Bessmer, Jean 204
Bewley, David 204
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Bishop, Cathy 204
Bloss, Steve 204
Bohnert, George 54,117,204
Booth, Elizabeth 205
Boring, Shirley 52,205
Bradley, Mary Jo 52,205
Bradshaw, Gary Lee 205
Brammer, David 205
Bridges, Floyd 205
Brisbin, Donna 205
Burge, Marsha 205
Byfield, Greg 205
Cain, Debbie 205
Caronia, Toni 205
Carrender, Donna 71,205
Carter, Beverly 205
Carver, Terri 205,212
Catron, Larry 206
Chambers, Barbara 206
Childers, Kathy 206
Choplin, Paul 71,117,206
Clevenger, Mike 117,206
Cocklin, Richard 54,206
Cole, George 206
Coleman, Becky 206
Comer, Roxanne 206
Cones, Janet 206
Cooley, Donald 206
Corn, Rebecca 206
Corum, Carol 62,206
Courter, Carol 72,206
Cowan, Linda 206
Cox, Earl 206
Crain, Donna 206
Crandall, Curt 117,206
Cunningham, Debbie 206
Cunningham, Patti 51,62,71,206
Davis, Mike 206
Deckard, Eddie 124,206
Dewitt, Dan 109,206
Dieckmann, Arlene 206
Due, Steve 206
Dunker, Roxann 207
Duren, Janet 207
Esry, Leanna 207
Ethridge, Donald 207
Evans, Carol 207
Evans, Richard 207
Evans, Valencia 207
Flake, Danny 207
Garland, David 207
George, Carol 93,207
Gibson, Phillip 54,117,208
Gilbert, Robert 136,208
Goldsberry, Ruth 208
Gorham, Raejean 208
Gray, Vanessa 208
Gribble, Robin 209
Griffin, Karen 51,209
Hacker, Debbie 52,209
Hackett, Dennis 209
Hahn, Roger 124,148,209
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Hale, Patricia 209
Hall, Cheryl 71,209
Hamilton, Sharon 209
Hargrove, Bobby 209
Harmon, Patricia 209
Harness, Gary 209
Harvey, Mark 208,209
Hayes, Billy 209
Hayes, Rosille 209
Head, David 209,117
Hedges, Carolyn 209
Hedges, Jackie 209
Herrington, Connie 209
Hoaglin, Nelia 35,209
Holloway, Sue 209
Hoist, Calvin 209
Horner, John 209
Hostetter, Kathy 209
Huffman, Gale 101,209
Huffman, Pat 209
Hulett, Nin 21,54,117,209,213
Hupp, Shirley 209
Hutchins, Nancy 57,209
Ingram, Vickie 209
Inman, Ruth 210
Jackson, Barbara 210
James, Grant 54,117,210
Jeffress, Bill, 54,210
Jeffries, Ray 210
Jenkins, Debbie 210
French, Letha 210
Johnson, Debra 54,210
Johnston, Billy 210
Jones, June 210
Jones, Pat 210
Judd, Clyde 117,210
Justus, Christine 210
Keeran, Jerry 210
Keithley, Betty 210
Keily, Mike 210
Kettlewell, Evan 54,210
Kincaid, Frank 210
King, Charlene 210
Kreissler, Sharon 105,210
LaJuanie, Vicki 210
Lamb, Dick 143,210
Langhammer, Cindy 23,53,210
Larkin, Patty 53,54,62,210
LaRue, Karen 210
Lasister, Rhonda 71,72,210,211
Lawless, Paul 210
LeBarron, June 54,210
Lewis, Debie 210
Lindsey, Nadine 210
Little, Dianne 210
Long, Vickie 210
Luke, Belinda 65,211
Lynch, Mary 211
Madsen, Mike 54,211
Mahon, Wendy 211
Martin, Merilee 211
May, Mike 211
Mayhugh, Debra 54,211
McCollum, Chuck 211
McCullough, Laura 211
McCully, Bill 211
McCully, Sam 211
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Mclntyre, William 212
McQuerry, Dianne 51,212
Melcher, William 211
Miller, Dale 117,212
Minnick, Gloria 212
Mitchell, Debbie 212
Moore, Kathi 212
Morgan, Michelle 54,62,212
Morton, Michael 212
Moser, Gailla 212
Neal, Suzanne 212
Neef, Frank 71,117,212
Nelson, Rick 117,212
Nolte, Charlotte 212
Obermeyer, David 212
O'Dell, Cindy 71,212
O'Hara, Dennis 117,212
Olson, Bonnie 212
Parker, Jennifer 212
Penniston, Nancy 212
Peoples, Chris 212
Perrin, Ronald 212
Peterson, Lynn 213
Pettet, Sue 213
Phillips, Sherri 53,54,62,213
Pirtle, Roger 213
Preston, Bob 213
Pugh, Alice 213
Ragan, Barbara 213
Reaves, Harold 213
Reed, Cyndi 213
Reese, Linda 213
Reser, Max 54,213
Richards, Melinda 213
Riley, Pat 213
Riley, Steve 214
Rinehart, Cherie 72,214
Rist, William 214
Roberts, Beth 214
Roberts, Edward 214
Robinson, George 117,214
Robinson, Rhonda 214
Roe, Bruce 54,214
Roe, Gary 117,143,144,150,215
Russell, Francis 215
Sanders, Decius 117,215
Savage, Susan 215
Schneller, Mary 215
Sharp, Benny 215
Shepard, Sherry 215
Sholley, Brenda 204,215
Shrout, Charles 51,215
Sims, Karen 56,215
Sims, Rick 54,215
Slee, Terry 215
Small, Dennis 215
Smith, Bill 215
Snyder, Nancy 215
Sopher, Patricia 215
Spitzer, Tommy 205
Stark, Carol 93,215
Starks, Deborah 2-15
Stauss, Garhon 215
Stephens, Phillip 215
Stock, Randall 137,215
Storms, Vince 215
Sumler, Evelyn 216 - ,
Teegarden, Roxanne 216
Thomas, Mike 216
Thompson, Susan 216
Thurman, Debbie 216
Todd, Sonda 216
Uptegrove, Karen 216
Uren, Clifford 117,216
VanDyke, Julie 54,98,216
VanDyke, Paul 56,216,117
VanNatta, John 143,151,216
Vorwark, Stanley 117,216
Wagner, Debbie 62,216
Warnex, Paul 124,216 -
Webb, Jerry 216
Weeg, Chip 33,117,217
Welch, Mark 217
Willbanks, Rocky 217
Wilcox, Charles 124,217
Williams, Phillip 217
Williams, Ray 217
Wilson, Debbie 217
Wilson, Sherrell 217
Wilson, Sylvia 217
Winfrey, Arlene 71,217
Winship, Pattie 62,217
Wiseman, Debra 217
Wright, Debra 217
Young, Chester 117,217
Adkins, George 152,190
Adlard, Dana 190
Alexander, Sharon 190
Alexander, Susan 93,190
Alford, Cheryl 190
Amos, Roy 190
Anthony, Doug 190
Arnold, Sheryl 190
Ausmus, Mike 190
Ballard, Shawna 190
Barclay, Mike 190
Barker, Larry 152,190,192
Barnes, Frank 190,192,152
Barnes, Gerald 152,190,192
Barney, Ron 190
Bathgate, Steve 190
Behrends, Greg 190
Bentley, Jeff 190
Berger, Greg 190
Bigley, Bruce 190,152
Bishop, Keith 190
Blake, Rod 50,152,190
Bland, Bill 190
Blystone, Theresa 190
Bone, Steve 120,190,152
Bootwick, Louise 93,190
Botts, Steve 190
Bowman, Regina 190
Brendal, Carol 191
Breuer, Karen 75,93,191,92
Brock, Debbie 191
Brock, Paul 191
Brock, Wayne 191
Brooks, Cheryl 191
Broughton, Cheryl 75,191,92
Buckallew, Randy 152,191
Callahan, Pam 191
Carroll, Debra 191
Carson, Lari 191
Casselman, Eric 191
Clark, Diane 192
Clark, Joanne 192
Coffey, Jim 192
Cole, Virginia 192
Combs, Terry 192
Comer, David 192
Cones, Dennis 192
Cox, Margaret 192,
Crites, Debbie 192
Crone, Charlene 192
Cunningham, David 192
Curtner, Kathy 72,192
Danner, Terry 92,192
Davidson, Pam 192
Davis, Kate 75,93,192,92
Davis, Larry 192
Deckard, Jim 192
Dewey, Lonnie 192
Dobbins, Lana 192
Dowd, Robert 192
Doyle, Paula 192
Ellis, Becky 92,192
Elsea, Michelle 93,192
Endicott, Vergil 192
Esry, Herman 192
Ethridge, Dale 193,152
Farley, Debbie 193
Firrlel, Donna 193
Fitzwater, Leonard 193
Flake, David 193
Ford, Jim 193
Francis, Jack 193
Galbraith, Billy 193
Gann, Gloria 193
Garcia, Gloria 193
Garrison, Gale 193
Gray, Martha 193
Green, Debbie 193
Greer, Glenda 193
Hacker, Dana 92,193,194
Hamblin, Janet 193
Hamilton, Estella 194
Hamilton, Russ 50,194,152
Hardwick, Joy 54,194
Harmon, April 194
Harper, Bill 152,194
Harra, Ginger 93,194
Harrington, Susan 194
Harris, Earl 194
Hayes, Lee 194
Hayes, Lonnie 194
Hayes, Nancy 194
Hearn, Debbie 194
Henderson, Tom 194
Herndon, Connie 75,194
Herrington, Mark 194
Hill, Robert 194
Hirst, Steve 194
Hoff, Kathy 194
Holeman, Valerie 194
Holmes, John 194
Hoover, Cheryl 92,93,194
Hoover, Ted 194
Horner, Robert 194,152
Hubbard, Sherry 195
Huber, Kim 195,92
Huffman, Larry 195
Hughes, Brenda 195
Hulett, Rose 50,195
Hunt, Sheryl 195 V I
Huntsucker, Rhenda 54,195
Ingram, Rick 195
Frinman, Rick 195
Isbell, Valerie 195
Jamison, Mike 152,195
Jetfress, Rosemary 53,541,195
Jeffries, Rosemary 53,195
Jimerson, Linda 195
Johnson, Mary 195
Keadle, Ronnie 50,195,152
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Kilgore, Ron 195
King, Phil 195,120
Kirchner, Wayne 195,152
Kogert, Frank 196
Kretsc'hmer, Danny 196
Kuntz, Robert 196
LaJaunie, Brendan 196
Lane, Mike 196
Langhammer, Kevin 150,196,152
Lawson, Connie 196
Leahr, Steve 196
Lee, Frank 196
Lester, Mike 196
Long, Debbie 196
Lopez, Tony 196
Lyons, Brad 196
Mannering, Debbie 196
Mart, Bruce 196
Martin, John 196,152
Mayfield, Mark 196
McBee, Marlene 196
McCarty, Patty 196
McDaniel, Judy 92,196
Meredith, Roxanne 196
Miller, Judy 196
Minton, Kem 197
Mitchell, Paul 197
Montgomery, Melissa 197,200
Moore, Brian 197
Moore, Cathy 197
Morton, Debbie 197
Mueller, Joy 92,197
Mullinix, David 197,152
Murphy, Matt 198
Mutz, Matt 198,152
Myers, David 198
Neal, Vanessa 198
Nelson, David 198
Obbink, John 198
O'dell Kevin 198
O'dell, Pat 198
Ogletree, Steve 152,198
Overly, Janet 198
Parker, Ernest 198
Parker, John 198
Parrish, Debbie 198
Perrin, Charles 54,90,198
Perry, Ed 198,152
Peterson, Jerry 198,152
Pettet, Terri 198
Phillips, Sloan 50,198
Potter, Roger 198
Poyneer, Roger 196
Preator, Penny 198
Rainwater, Betty 198
Rasmussen, George 198,152
Reagan, Patty 183,19B,192,92
Reese, Brad 199,152,124
Remmert, Debbie 199
Renfro, Otis 199
Reynolds, Reggie 199
Riggs, Rhonda 199
Ringwald, Betty 199
Ryun, Ronnie 199
Rynard, Steve 199,152
Scott, Pat 199,152
Seaton, Sharon l 199,200
Sevy, Mark 199,152
Shelton, Linda 199
Shepard, Mike 199
Sholes, Ed 199
Short, Greg 50,54,199,152
Simpson, Linda 54,200
Sleyster, Diane 200
Small, Charles 200
Smith, Dennis 200
Smith, Leanna 200
Smith, Mike 200
Snyder, Rat 200
Sopher, John 200
Sparke, Mark 200
Spease, Connie 200
Spicer, Joe 200
Staats, Gloria 200
Standiford, Brenda 200
Stark, Karen 93,200
Starks, Mike 200
Starnes, Connie 200
Stepherns, Phyllis 200
Stevenson, Steve 200
Stewart, David 2.00
Sullivan, Eugene 200
Swett, Mark 200
Taylor, Kathy 193,200
Teter, Tom 200
Thomas, Mike 200
Thompson, Bill 201 V
Thompson, Cathy 201
Thompson, Joyce 201
Thompson, Linda 201
Tigner, Debbie 201
Tipton, Theresa 201
Turner, Diana 54,201,92
Varnell, Sherry 201
Veuleman, Larry 201
Vickers, David 201
Viter, Larry 201
Vorwark, Curtis 201
Wade, Debbie 201
Wenger, Wayne 201
Whitley, Ken 201
Whitley, Pat 201
Whitney, Diane 202
Wiesner, Joe 202,152
Wilcox, Linda 93,202
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Williams, Esther Lee 202
Williams, Lynn 202
Williams, Ricky 202
Williams, Terry 202
Wilson, Joann 202
Wilson, Ken 202
Wilson, Norman 202
Winfrey, Mary 202
Wright, Robert 202
Wyatt, Elaine 202
Adams, Danny 172
Adams, Susan 172
Ahls, Ruth 172
Akins, Stan 172
Alleman, Mike 172
Alleman, Sharon 92,172
Allen, Steve 172
Allison, Rhonda 92,172
Anderson, Patty 75,172
Archer, Joanna 92,93,172,173,183
Armstrong, Vickie 172
Arnone, Gina 172
Aubuchon, Keith 172
Avelyn, Cathy 172
Ballard, Steve 172
Barclay, Kevin 153,172
Barnhill, Kathy 92,172
Barksdale, Robert 172
Bass, Delena 172
Bass, Everett 172
Bathgate, David 172
Baumgarden, Ken 172
Bay, Jack 172
Beebe, Delores 172
Becker, Teri 172
Beemer, Vickie 172
Bell, Brenda 172
Bellis, Elaine 75,172 A
Benson, Mike 153,172
Biermaier, Lori 172
Bishop, Sharon 1,72
Black, Rickey 172
Bledsoe, Kathy 172
Bloss, Greg 153,172,180
Borne, Gary 172
Bowers, Peter 174
Bowling, Mark 174
Box, Brenda 174
Bragaw, Brenda 174
Brockman, Susan 174
Bryant, Norman 174
Bromley, Denise 174
Brooks, Cindy 75,174
Buck, Vicky 93,174
Buckallew, Ronnie 153,174
Buhrman, Kathy 174
Burford, Rich 174
Burns, Jim 174
Cable, Jackie 174
Callahan, Janet 174
Campbell, Claudia 175
Cartmill, Ann 175
Cartmill, Sarah 175,180
Carver, Delaine 175
Cavallaro, John 175
Chapin, Linda 92,93,175
Chapman, Emma 75,175
Clark, Larry 175
Clark, Minnie 175
Clymer, Liz 75,175
Coats, Greg 176
Cockran, Jim 176
Colby, Cheryl 176
Colvin, Vickie 176
Cook, Tim 176
Courtney, Steve 176
Cowan, Ken 176
Cramer, Dennis 176
Cramer, Larry 176
Crain, Wanda 176
Crawford, Diane 176
Crossley, Jerry 153,176
Crowl, Diane 92,176
Cundiff, Debbie 176
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Cunningham, David 1
Cusick, Robert 177
Davis, Nancy 75,92,17
Decker, Shelia 75,92,177
Dewey, Geni 177
Donahue, Tony 177
Donavan, Steve 177
Doyle, Sam 173,177
Dudley, Greg 153,177
Duett, Stan 177
Dunham, Mark 177
Duren, Darrell 176,177
Dye, Jeff 177
Dyer, Mary 93,177
Dyer, Ted 153, 177
Eble, Jeff 177
Ethington, Jackie 177
Evans, Lorenda 177
Fagan, Robin 92,177
Farley, Terry 177
Faulconer, Frank 177
Ferguson, Kathy 177
Ferguson, Ted 153,177
Fette, Barbara 75,177
Fetters, Alex 153,178
Firkins, Christe 178
Fisher, Tyra 178
Ford, Bryan 178
Forgey, Frank 178
Galbraith, Teresa 178
Garcia, Rose 178
Gibson, Janet 75,178
Gibson, Roy 178
Gibson, Steve 178
Giese, Cheree 178
Gilbert, Dawns 75,178
Gillispie, Mike 178
Goddard, Patricia 75,92,178
Gorham, Larry 178
Grace Rose 178
Gray, Glenda 75,92,178
Gray, Patricia 178
Gray, Valerie 178
Griffin, Billy 178
Griffin Dale 178
Griffin, Terry 178,92
Gulley, Tim 178
Haas Jim 153178
Hackett, Benny 179
Hale Joe 179
Hale Ken 153179
Haley, Mark 179
Hall Mike 179
Hamilton, Tom 153,179
Harris, Norma 179
Harvey, John 153,179
Hastings, Karen 92,179
Hatfield, Vickie 179
Hayden, Mark 153,179
Hazelwood, George 179
Head, Teresa 179
Hedwick, Danny 179
Heflin, Craig 153,179
Herrington, Chris 153,179
Herndon, Pam 179
Horner, Jackie 179
Hestand, Don 179
Hidden, Bob 179
Horner, Bill 179
Houghtaling, David 179
Howe, Garry 153,178,180
Hubbard, Debbie 181
Huber, Rudy 181
Hughes, Yvonne 181
Hunt, Vickie 181
Hutson, Glenda 181
Jackson, Steve 181
Jaquess, Dennis 181
Jaquess Linda 92181
Johnson Janet 181
Johnson Sharon 75181
Jones Kathy 181
Jones Linda 181
Jones Vickie 50181
Jordan Lynn 75181
Judd Ivan 153181
Justus Charles 181
Keithley Cheryl 181
Kendall Sheryll 181
Keown Ken 181
Klmbrell Teena 181 92
Kmser Mike 153182
Kirchner, Kathy 182
Knapp, Steve 182
Kobe, Sheryl 182
Koger, Nona 182
Kreissler, Martin 153,182
Kuntz, Diane 182
Lairmore, Mike 123,182,153,124
Lakey, Gary 182
Lakey, Linda 75,187
Lampher, Lisa 92,182,50,75
LaRue, Terry 153,182 '
Lawrence, Jerry 182
Lee, Diane 182 1
Lester, James 183
Liggett, Steve 1831
Little, Chris 183
Luke, Thomas 183
Luther,Tim 183 l
Lyness, Robert 153,183
Lyons, Greg 183 ,
Macrae, Mark 183 ,
Markley, Gerald 182,183 j
May, Mary 183,192 l
McBee, Bill 183
McClellan, Randy 183 l
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McCollum, Randy 183
McCracken, Barbara 93,183
McDonald, Davis 183
McMechan, John 183
Meads, Debbie 75,183,92
Melcher, Bonnie 183
Miller, Mike 183
Miller, Patricia 183
Minnick, Dawn 92,183
Mitchell, Eydie 183
Mitchell, Nancy 183
Monaco, Russ 153,183
Monte, Tony 93,184
Moore, Jeannie 184,92
Meyer, Gail 75,184
Murray, Bob 153,184
Meyers, David 153,180,184
Myers, Diana 184
Myers, Terry 184
Newport, Everett 184
Nixdorf, Kathy 75,184
Northcutt, Roger 153,184
Northrup, Gordon 93,184
O'Dell, Connie 92,184
Oliver, Vickie 75,184
Parks, Ken 184
Parker, Ted 153,184
Parrish, Patty 184
Payne, Harold 184
Pease, Doug 184,185
Peppers, David 184 1
Perry, Roxanna 184
Peterson, Carol 184
Phillips, Diana 92,184
Porter, Robert 184
Powell, Eddie 153,184
Preator, Becky 185
Price, 'Diane 185
Prock, Sally 75,93,185
Pugh, Dana 92,185
Ray, Mike 153,185
Ray, Bill 185
Reddell, Debra 92,185
Reed, Debbie 185
Reed, Diane 75,92,185
Reed, Dorene 185
Reeds, Cindy 75,92,185
Rickman, Rhonda 185
Riggs, Gilbreath 185
Riley, Dan 153,185
Riley, Karl 185
Rinehart, Steve 185
Roberts, Richard 185
Roberts, Tim 185
Robinett, Steve 185
Robinson, Debra 75,92,93,1
Rogers, Lana 186
Ronsley, Kay 186
Rose, Betty 75,186
Rothove, Melody 186
Royal, Ed 186
Sadler, Jayne 186
Sharp, Richard 186
Sheilds, Greg 153,186
Shelton, Becky 186
Shewell, Jackie 75,186
Sholly, Rod 187
Shrout, Norris 153,187
Siegrist, Lavonne 75,187
Smith, Becky 187
Smith, Cindy 187
Smith, Dale 187
Smith, Dean 187
Smith, Laura 187
Smith, Rita 187
Smith, Robin 153,187
Sopher, Carla 187
Satterfield, Susan 50,75,92,186
Sopher, Marla 187
Sparks, Randy 187
Spencer, Randy 187
Stanley, Edna 187
Starnes, Rita 187
Starr, Jerry 187
Stewart, Bill 153,187
Stewart, Dan 188
Sullenger, Bill 188
Sullivan, Greg 188
Sumler, Paula 188
Summers, Sandra 75,188
Terrell, Greg 188
Thompson, Everett 188
Thompson, Larry 188
Trader, LeeAnn 92,188
Troutner, Phillip 188
Vanarsdall, Kathy 188
Varnell, Janice 188
Van Tuyl, Dennis 188
Veach, Gail 188
Vellar, Cindy 188
Vickers, Brenda 188
Vieth, Mike 188
Wade, Randy 188
Waisner, David 93,188
Walker, Susan 75,188
Warnex, Becky 188
Washam, Stuart 188
Webb, Charles 93,188
Weigand, Teresa 188
Westmoreland, John 153,188
Whiting, Karen 75,93,189
Williams, Carol 75,189
Williams, Jon 93,189
Winship, Howard 153,189
Winter, Debra 189
Winter, Kathy 189
Witherspoon, Jackie 189
Wolfe, Velda 93,189
Woods, Barbara 189
Wooster, Mike 189
Wright, Doreen 189
Wright, Doug 189
Yost, Sharon 189
Young, Richard 189
Adams, Martin 156
Adkins, Jeff 153,156
Alexander, Randall 156
Alexander, Scott 156
Alkire, Clint 156
Allison, Dale 156
Anderson, Thomas 156
Archer, Frank 156
Avelyn, Dan 153,156
Bagby, Jerry 156
Bain, Jennie 156
Bales, Cynthia 156
Bass, Tim 157
Beaver, Joyce 92,157
Bell, Ricky 157
Bell, Velinda 157
Bennett, Gail 157
Berrier, Debbie 157
Berry, David 157
Berry, Larry 157,163
Bibbo, Steve 157
Binkely, Harry 157
Bloss, Debbie 157
Borne, Steve 157
Bradley, Terry 157
Bradshaw, Rick 157
Breuer, Denise 157
Brisbin, Dorothy 157
Brock, Barbara 157
Brosom, Brenda 157
Brown, Becky 157
Brown, Ina 157
Brown, Vickie 157
Brown, Robert 157
Buehler, Linda 157
Buck, Robert 157
Burgett, Carole 157
Bush, Roger 153,157
Butterworth, Susan 157
Cartmill, Marie 157
Casady, Jane 92,158
Casey, Bill 158
Chapin, Ray 153,158
Childs, Lori 158
Christy, David 158
Clevenger, Rita 158
Clubine, Mike 158
Clymer, Pat 50,158
Cole, Brenda 158
Coleman, Jeff 50,158
Collier, Ricky 158
Combs, Don 158
Combs, Rowviena 92,158
Comer, Larry 158
Cope, Cindy 158
Copenhaver, Steven 153,158
Cordray, Maria 158
Costigan, Vicki 158
Cowan, Phyllis 158
Cox, Lavon 158
Crain, Roy 158
Culbertson, Gerald 158
Cunningham, Charles 158
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Davis, Brenda 92,158
Davis, Laura 158
Dillee, Bobby 158
Doubenmier, Jacob 158
Drown, Charles 159
Duett, Russ 159
Dunham, Fred 159
Durrington, Delores 159
Edgmon, Joyce 159
Edwards, Ken 159
Eichler, Ken 159
Elliott, Regina 159
Ellis, Deanna 159
Ellis, Ricky 159
Enss, James 159
Esry, Joe 159
Evans, Ron 159
Farris, Bob 159
Fetters, Phil 159
Fillpot, Jeff 160
Firkins, Doug 153,160
Fitzpatrick, Greg 160
Fitzwater, Mike 160
Flake, Debbie 160
Flowers, Steve 160
Foster, Melody 160
Frazier, Jami 160
Gann, Gloria 160
Gatley, Cynthia 160
Gibson, Roxanna 93,160
Gillispie, Becky 160
Gilmore Dennis 160
Gust Jerry 160
Goddard Deanna 160
Goldsberry Teresa 160
Gondran Vicki 92160
Good Gale 160
Gordon Jack 160
Grace Charles 160
Green Denise 160
Green Mike 160
Griffin Sharon 160
Griffitt Terry 161
Hacker Donna 161
Hackett David 161
Hackett Jennie 161
Hahn Linda 161
Hall Cynthia 161
Hamilton Charles 153161
Hamilton Delores 161
Hamilton Mary 161
Hand Mary 161
Hargrove Cheryl 161
Harness Tim 161
Harper Pat 153161
Harris Shelley 161
Hartley David 161
Haston Tamara 162
Haynes Elizabeth 162
Healm Don 162
Heany Randy 162
Hedrick Connie 162
Hedges Janice 92162
Hedstrom Deborah 162
Heflin Kimberly 162
Heitman Anna 162
Henry Kim 162
Herrell Mike 162
Hickman, Tim 162
High, Sharon 162,167
Hightree, Denise 162
Hoaglin, Russ 162
Hoberg, Tamara 162
Holloway, Cynthia 162
Hoover, Anne 162
Hostetter, Glen 161,162
Howell, Alan 162
Howell, George 153,162
Howerton, Carolyn 162
Huber, Debbie 162
Huffman, Melinda 162
Hugill, Debbie 162
Hulett, Kurt 163
Humbird, Rhonda 163
Hunt, Robert 163
Huntsucker, Cindy 163
Huntsucker, Suzanne 163
Hutson, Roxie 163
Inman, Kathy 92,163
Jacobs, John 163
James, Laura 93,1!-33,92
James, Stephen 163
Jeffries, Curtis 163
Jennings, Brenda 163
Jester, Terry 164
Jewell, Kathy 164
Jimerson, Diana 164
Jinks, Thomas 164
, Pat 164
Keadle Gary 153164
Keel John 164
Keeton Tim 164
Keithley Penny 164
Kelly Phyllis 164
Kendrick David 164
Kennedy Sandra 164
Kirwan Mike 164
Koogler Ken 164
Kusick Keith 164
Lakey Cindy 164
Lamb Cathy 164
Lamb Jim 153164
Lambercht Ken 164
Land Lori 164
Laughlin Diane 164
Lewis Greg 165
Lewis Jane 165
Liggett Shelly 165
Livingston Harold 165
Long Belinda 165
Long Brenda 165
Loos Jim 165
Lopez Caridad 165
Love Gail 165
Lovell David 165
Madsen Joy 165
Marks Kathy 165
Martin Dennis 165
Martin Richard 165
Mason Karen 165
Mauzey Cheryl 160165
Mayhugh James 166
McBee Cindy 166
McClung, Carmel 166
McCollum, Pam 92,166
McCullough, Karen 92,166
McDermott, Bill 166
McElroy, Steve 166
McMahill, Valinda 166
McMechan, Margaretha 166
Meads, Tamara 92,166
Merritt, Debbie 166
Merritt, Melody 166
Miller, Claude 166
Miller, Gina 50,166
Mitchell, David 166
Mohn, Patty 166
Monaco, Gerald 153,166
Moore, Linda 92,166
Moore, Rhonda 166
Morris, Connie 166
Myers, Tom 153,166
Neal, Brian 166
Nelson, Gary 153,167
Northrup, Janie 167
Oles, Stanley 167
Olson, Steve 167
Parsley, Debbie 92,167
Payne, Susan 92,167
Pearson, Ricky 167
Penniman, Kathy 167
Penniston Martha 50167
Peoples Denise 167
Perry Bruce 167
Powell Ted 167
Preston Patty 167
Ragan Martha 167
Ramsey Brian 167
Rasmussen Steve 153167
Ray Kerry 167
Reagan Mike 153167
Reaves Debra 167
Reed Gerald 167
Reel Charles 167
Riley Karen 167
Simmons Duane 168159
Simpson Charles 159168
Smith Ralph 169153
Staats Pam 93 92169
Stafford James 169171
Stanton Larry 153169
Sullenger Telnda 92169
Sullivan Steve 169
Thurman Ken 153169
Uptegrove Mike 153169
VanCompernole Mark 153170
Winfrey Ed 153171
Womack Mark 171
Wooster David 171
Yancey Dennis 171
Yates Jerry 171
Yount Dan 171
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