Fredonia High School - Yellowjacket Yearbook (Fredonia, KS)
- Class of 1975
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Fredonia High School
Administration And Faculty
Special Events . . .
School Board Of District 436484
The resignation of P. C. Hesser, our superintendent for
the past 24 years, which was announced officially on
ember 30th, will be effective on August 31, 1975.
Mr. Hesser has spent 39 years in the teaching fiel
where he has been a classroom teacher, coach, principal,
and officer in several educational organizations.
Board of Education: Top Row-John Bambick, Lu
Fink, Joe Armstrong. Bottom Row-Kenneth Mellon, Hugh
Bayles, Bud Barnes. Not pictured- Larry Cline,
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MAX WILSON, High School Principal LOWELL SHIRE, Junior High Principal
School Staff: Top Row- Deb Marshall, High School Secretary, Maxine Wilson, Junior High Secretary, Nancy Stude
baker, Teachers Aide. Bottom Row-Wanda Chapman, School Board Secretary, Janet Parker, School Board Secre-
tary, Alice Knickerbocker, School Nurse. Not Pictured-Jeanne Swartz, Teachers Aide,
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1.l Cooks- Mrs. Burton, Mrs. Cummings, Mrs. Smit
Mrs. Hawley, Mrs. Lindenstruth, Mrs. Adams.
2.1 Sally Despaw, custodian.
3.l Connie Mave, custodian.
4.l Della Shoaf, custodian.
5.3 Bus Drivers- Mrs. Rousch, Mrs. Duckworth, Mr.
Greathouse, Mr. Clary, Mr. Sell, Mr. Robinson, Mr
Marlar, Mr. Adkins. Not Pictured- Mr. Compton
Cline, Mrs, Schmidt, Mr. Duckworth, Mrs. Varner.
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"SchooI's Out" For Seniors '75
As the end of the year draws near, some of the
Seniors 1975 may turn slightly to the rear and smile at
twelve years that have finally passed. Some may look
forward to a new life, an independent life in a place
so far distant as to boggle the minds of the diehard
Fredonia residents. Some may turn both forward and
back, perhaps shed a tear, and wonder how in the world
they ever got this far, and what's going to happen now.
Some may look benevolently about them and remem-
ber those twelve years, and smile.
, This isn't multiple choice. You, may find yourself
falling in to an "El all of the above" category. That's
all right. You're simply experiencing the classic "
"gulp! I'm out of high schooI" syndrome.
Tradition dictates that the seniors leave behind a
piece of themselves for posterity. This yearbook is only
a small part of that legacy. The rest is up to The In-
dividual. Good luck,
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Facing Page-Senior Class Officers for 1975: Top-Sandy
Gorton, Treasurer, Sherri Durham, Secretary, Center-
Susie Chapman, President, Bottom-Barry Mellen,
Vice-President, Jon Graham, Stu. Co. Representative.
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ll. Mary Beth LaDow, an alumna of Fredonia High
School, chose to enter Oregon University at the end
of her junior year. She visited this Christmas with
classmates and friends.
2l. Jon Graham and Robert Taylor lay their money
down for a chance at the FCA Dunking Stand,
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Sixteen seems to be a magic age in books, songs,
and magazines. It's as if that age is an awakening of
The Juniors in Fredonia High School, the class of
'76 has gone all out to make theirs the best junior class
lever. Traditionally, the Juniors are responsible for
lthings like the Junior-Senior Prom and the Junior Mag-
iazine sales, but they haven't stopped there. The Junior
H Class was the cumulative winner of the Spirit Stick
K during "Beat Neody" week. Class members pooled
their cash to buy over 1,700 links in the Yellowjacket
Spirit Chain-which goes to show that if the Class of '76
hasn't got the best spirit, it still has the most team
' The Class of 1976, since the 1975 year is closing,
will join eons of underclassmen in a salute to the re-
'tiring seniors. They'll quietly wave and say their good-
lbyes because they know that next September, the class
bf 1976 will be "Right on Top!"
lduniors, Michel Boicourt, Natalie Thomas, and Sharon
QShogren shown with the Spirit Stick.
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Sam Reed struggles to remember his lines as Brackett in
the All-School Musical, SOUTH PACIFIC, presented
November 15 and 16, 1974.
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1. Daryl Boden analyzes his chemistry experiment.
2. Gerry Huser, Donna Weber, and Beth Kimzey watch
for Mr. Beggs signal at the Fredonia-Neody football
3. Junior Class Officers-Bottom Row-Michel Boicourt,
Treasurer, Patty Bambick, Secretary, Brenda Robin-
son, Vice-Presidentg Top Row-Gerry Huser, Stu. Co.
Representative, Gloria Graham, President.
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The jump from top dog in Junior High to Iow-man-
on-the-totem-pole in High School used to be an ag-
onizing and impressive step. Not so in 1975. The
Sophomore Class has blended into the FHS scene with
the smoothness of soft butter. Maybe Class Rivalry is
being preserved only for jokes and mock-anger but it
seems that the Class of 1977 is a whole part of Fre-
donia High School life.
Nostalgia nuts will look back to their own Sopho-
more years and laugh about skinny, gawky boys and
stringy haired girls, but here, those images are not
true. The class of '77 remain the fresh faces in the
high school crowd. They still are the enthusiasm ex-
perts, the eager askers for information.
Nineteen-seventy-seven is a scant and a half years
away, and the Sophomore class looks forward with
relish and anticipation until the days of SENIORity.
Ricky Huguenin takes a measurement before he starts his
next art project.
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The freshman class of 1974-1975 saw a lot of ex-
citement this year as does all freshmen classes. It's the
first official year in high school, but also a year of
being the junior high "big guys."
The class got off to a great start in seventh grade
by winning trophies for their athletic com petition.
This ability has never slacked throughout junior high.
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This is clearly shown by the filled trophy cases on dis-
play in the junior high halls.
There have been some great parties held and fan-
tastic times shared. These will never be forgotten as
long as you can remember. The experience of driving
the car is always remembered as a freshman exper-
ience. But junior high is behind you now with it's
memories. Next year you'll be faced once again as
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'Freshman Offlcers Left to Right: Jim Barker, Lisa Hicks, Bill Mclnemey, Carla Baugh, Bob Mellen, Kim Marshall
Janice Ballinger and Kathy Jones
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Grade Officers, Front Row: Carolyn Eck, S0l'lya Rob-
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Eighth grade. It's all over now and what dit it
really mean? 180 days of the same old thing--get up,
eat, get dressed and go to school. The same schedule
day in and day out with the same people in each class.
But when you think about it, it wasn't so bad after all.
As an eighth grader you are finally recognized as being
in junior high. You get to play football with the team
and play basketball at a decent time slot instead of at
3:00 in the afternoon. Girls can become members of
F.H.A. and things like that. Anyone can run for an of-
ficer of an organization other than just their class. The
eighth grade holds many memories, some good and
some bad, although you may have to search if you
want to find them.
Row 1: Bobby Ardery
Row 2: Kenton Claiborne
.. Craig Compton
if Terry Cox
Row 3: Shelly Davisson
Row 5: Ann Gilstrap
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Row 2: Roger Carr
Row 3: Tammy Drumm
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Row 4: Billy Gillen
Row 5: Stacie Hicks
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- Terri Howard
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Being a seventh grader has now come to an end. It
was a great year filled with fun and games. But it also
was started out with fear. That first day in August was
a totally different experience. You've learned the
competitive spirit and met many new friends. Your
minds are filled with great memories of your first year
in junior high. But now all that is in the past and you
are ready to move on. The only way to go is up. Good
luck class of 1980.
Mrs. McClayland leads the seventh grade music class
in some fun songs to relieve some of the boredom of a
regular school day.
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Seventh Grade Officers, Left to Right Lisa Marr,
Dianna Price, Scott Fitzmorris,
Jantz, and Brad Streets.
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High School StuCo Gets
Back In The Black
When an organization starts the year a thousand
dollars in the hole, they're not expected to accomplish
much. StuCo not only made money but did a lot more.
A Student Council Workshop held in the summer
helped the officers prepare for the year to come. This
summer, they also had concession stands at the fair.
The school concession stand has been put to good
use by Student Council this year. During Beat Neody
Week, they sold spirit chain links. They also sold school
shirts and mugs. The Christmas Assembly, with guest
speaker Ray Hildebrand, was a big success.
Student Council is a voice of the students, The
members represent the students and work together to
air all views. Parents Night, the Valentine Party, dan-
ces, and many other activities are sponsored by Student
Sponsored By Student Council
1.7 Foreign Exchange Student- Carla Nogueira.
2.l Safety Assembly by Trooper Bonanos.
3.5 Student Council Officers: Front Row- Mitch Neuen-
schwander, Lori Fitzmorris, Sam Reed. Back Row-Deb
Scott, Cris Baker, Sherri Mallernee, Robert Taylor.
4.l Liquid Air Assembly.
5.7 Student Council: Front Row-Sam Reed, Pat Kelley,
Bob Shoaf, Virginia Relph, Susie Chapman, Deb Tierce
Marie Fortner, Varee Sierman. Second Row-Kathi Col-
lins, Marcia Compton, Beth Kimzey, Patty Bambick,
Linda Compton, Deb Scott, Pam Speaks, Belinda Pres-
sley. Third Row-Jon Graham, Charlotte Chambers, Bar-
ry Mellen, Lori Fitzmorris, Michel Boicourt, Brenda
Robinson, Geralyn Huser, Donita Reed, Sherri Maller-
nee, Kathryn Frey, Daryl Boden, Fourth Row-Cheryl
Miller, Brad King, Tami White, Kristi Beadles, Deb
Osborne, Jeanna Shinkle, Jeanna Evans, Betty Bam-
bick, Pam Smith, David Roets, Becky Norton, Natalie
Thomas, Allen Gilstrap. Fifth Row- Mr. Wilson, Brian
Mellen, Cris Baker, Mitch Neuenschwander, Mike Low-
man, Bruce Neill, Patty Smith, Paul Matney, Farrel-
lynn Bloodworth, Robert Taylor.
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The FHS Pep Club yelled, stomped, and chanted
through three athletic seasons this year, The 75 mem-
bers, cheerleaders, and sponsors, Mrs. Casper, Mrs.
Graham, and Miss Niermier, worked together to cheer
the Jackets to victory.
Sportsmanship is very important and the girls strive
to keep it. Each member's responsibilities kept them
active in Pep Club as much as four days a week, but
they enjoyed every minute of it.
During "Beat Neody" Week, members made locker
decorations and baked food for the squad to show support
of the team. The annual bonfire was held on November
7 with the burning of Neody. A rally around the square,
followed by a pep assembly wound up a week filled
with spirit. On Friday, the Pep Club sold balloons which
were released after the first YeIlowjacket's touchdown.
Unlike many other organizations, you can't keep
the Fredonia Yellowjacket Pep Club quiet.
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guson, Sharon Shogren, Cheryl Miller, Jeannie Cook,
Cindy Shue, Sonya Speaks, Beth Kimzey, Geralyn Hu-
ser, Donna Weber, Marie Fortner. Row 5: Marcia Comp-
ton, Annette Cole, Sherri Durham, Dave Clark, Pam
Speaks, JoAnne Shoaf, Pam Smith, Patty Bambick,
Cindy Ratzlaff, Patty Smith. Row 6: Sherlene Shinkle,
Denise Richardson, Deb Scott, Jeanna Evans, Cris Bak-
er, Roger Spoon, Donna Shelton, Valrie Gillen, Leslie
Nevitt, Kathy Smith, Kathy Albin.
3.3 Pom Pon Squad-Row 1: Shelley Speaks, Denise
Richardson, Gloria Graham. Row 2: Kristi Beadles,
Charlotte Chambers, Michel Boicourt, Deb Osborne.
Row 3: Pam Speaks, Brenda Robinson, Robin Gillen
Natalie Thomas, Sherri Durham.
4.7 Fredonia Yellowjacket Mascot
5.3 B-Team Cheerleaders: Marcia Compton, Farrellynn
Bloodworth, Betty Bambick, Patty Smith.
1.1 Students show political push as they walk out for
Beat Neody Week.
2.3 Mrs. Graham keeps an eye on the Pep Club.
3.3 Sharon Shogren and Angela Harrelson, Alternate
Pom Pon Girls.
4.3 Varsity Cheerleaders-Patty Bambick, Deb Scott,
Cindy Ratzlaff, Head Cheerleader Cris Baker, Donn
Shelton, Pam Smith.
Express Yourself ls NFL Motto
The 1974-75 debate squad, sponsored by IVlr. Kil-
gore, had a busy year with tough competition. The
topic for the season was "ResoIved: That the United
States should significantly change the method of sel-
ecting presidential and vice-presidential candidates,"
This marked the first year for the LaVerne Hesser
Debate Tournament in honor of Mrs. Hesser, former
speech and debate coach.
The Regional squad fared well in strong competi-
tion at the Regional Tournament, one of the highlights
of the debate season.
The debators spent many hours of hard work in pre-
paration for each tournament, The rewards are becom-
ing more knowledgeable on the topic, meeting new
people, and visiting other schools.
The forensic season proved to be very successful
with many of the squad rating high in competition.
Forensics is a test more of the individual and takes
much time and effort.
NFL Officers: First Row-Annette Cole, Sam Reed,
Brenda Robinson. Second Row- Marie Fortner, Susie
Chapman. NFL: Front Row-Kathy Smith, Nlarie Fort-
ner, Annette Cole, Dale Damet, Mr. Kilgore, Jackie
Jones, Robin Stotts, Tami Guess, Kathy Jones, Brenda
Robinson. Back Row-Daryl Boden, Susie Chapman,
Bob Busch, Betty Knowles, Marilee Brockway, Deb
Tierce, Sam Reed,
FCA Largest In Kansas
FCA this year achieved to honor that previously
had been restricted to schools with large enrollments
and huge athletic organizations. Fredonia High School
initiated 75 members into its FCA huddl e, to produce
the largest huddle in the state of Kansas. A goodly por-
tion of the newest members are girls, as this was the
first year to allow girls in the previously all-male
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a national
high school organization, formed to help students learn
more about the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Em-
phasis is placed on athletes in order to expand the ado-
lescents' feelings of team work and loyalty.
In Fredonia, the FCA sponsors a great number of
programs aimed at the high school students. In the
Homecoming celebration, the FCA dunking stand was
a popular attraction to the younger set. The money
earned at Homecoming is used to spend on sending
members to a National FCA Conference in Estes Park,
Colorado, The fellowship also sponsors the annual
1,3 FCA dunking stand at Homecoming,
2.3 Bible study sponsored by FCA at Coach Beal's home
Left to Right- Betty Bambick, Bob Shoaf, Allen Gil-
strap, John Beal, Eldon Wire, Barry IVlellen, Coach
Beal, Patty Bambick and Lori Fitzmorris.
3.1 FCA officers and sponsors - Left to Right - Nlr.
John, Bobby Bambick, Brad King, Barry lVleIlen, Mr.
Beal. Top Row - Brian Mellen, Kevin Nliller, Mr.
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Workshop in Emporia and Engineering Day at Kansas
State University this year. They also sponsored a lec-
ture by an engineering graduate assistant from KSU and
a Science Fair in the spring. An interest in science is
the only requirement for membership in Science Club.
Science Club: Front Row-Roger Spoon, Terry Romig,
Nancy Willard, Barbara Ecton, Rita Hobleman. Second
Row-Jeana Shinkle, Sherlene Shinkle, Lori Fitzmorris,
Barry Mellen, Bob Shoaf, Ricky Robinson, Mary Var-
ner. Third Row-Beverly Mayeske, Brenda Robinson,
Vicky Matlock, Sharalyn Hutton, Dave Hogan, Mal-
colm Gillette, Daryl Boden, Dale Damet, Dennis Fer-
guson, Laura Hutton. Fourth Rowr Mr. Jontra, Bob
Busch, Brian Mellen, Leslie Nevitt, Patti Bloodworth,
Cheryl Matlock, Bob Bayles, Brad Stephens, Pam
Speaks, Neil Willard, Varee Sierman, Mr. White.
Science Club Officers: Bottom Row-Barry Mellen, Bob
Bayles, Neil Willard. Top Row-Bob Shoaf, Daryl Boden
Sponsored By Science Club
Foreign Language Club
11 Foreign Language Club Officers: Left to Right-Ger-
rianne Mellen, Randy Hunt, Brian Mellen, Bart Horney
21 Row 1-Kim Clifton, Annette Cole, Donna Weber,
Sandra Kimzey, Susie Dunn, Gennette Mellen, Sonya
Robertson, Shelly Davisson, Ann Gilstrap, Patricia Boi-
court, Deana Hall. Row 2-Sharon Shogren, Kathy Al-
bin, Charlotte Chambers, Michel Boicourt, Sherri Mal-
Iernee, Kathryn Frey, Cindy Robertson, Lori Kelley,
Kim Marshall, Lisa Hicks, Rita Matney, Pam Smith,
Teresa Stotts, Leah Parnell, Vicky Matlock, Robin
Stotts, Rhonda Ostrander, Julie Beal, Jimmy Barker,
Janet McBride, Renee Selle, Carla Robinson. Row 4-
Mr. Tabares, Gerrianne Mellen, Mrs. Lafferty, Connie
Chase, Dolores Busch, Kathy Miller, Ann Carlton, Kris-
ti Shafer, Deb Tierce, La Donna Jackson, Marsha Carr,
Vicky Craig, Toni Cox, Beth Kimzey, Brian Mellen,
Pat Kelley, Steve Roets, Sam Reed. Row 5-John New-
land, Paul Matney, Gail Kibby, Leslie Nevitt, Betty
Bambick, Deb Ballinger, Robin Gillen, Farralyn Blood-
worth, Dixie White, Ricky Robinson, Jerry Dodson,
Bart Horney, Brad Stiles, Nick Powers, Bobby Mellen,
Foreign Language Club consists of French and Spanish
students and is sponsored by Mrs. Lafferty and Mr. Tab-
ares, They are a very active club which holds such
events as taking a trip to Chanute to eat Mexican food,
roller skating parties, and participating in Foreign Lan-
guage Day. The main purpose of the club is to sponsor
outside of school activities for its members.
Sponsored By Fredonia Theatres 8. L. L. Trimmell, D.D.S.
FHA: Front Row-Leslie Nevitt, Sherri Durham, Gera-
lyn Huser, Patti Bloodworth, Diana Bradley, Annette
Cole, Brenda Robinson, Kathi Collins, Donna Weber.
Second Row-Linda Compton, Deb Scott, Shelley
Speaks, Denise Richardson, Toni Duckworth, Belinda
Pressley, Varee Sierman, Carol Brunker, Nancy Wil-
lard. Third Row-Barbara Ecton, Valerie Gillen,
Joanne Shoaf, Susie Chapman, Sherlene Shinkle,
Robin Gillen, Farrellynn Bloodworth, Beth Kimzey,
Deb Osborne, Deb Chism, Kristi Beadles, Charlotte
Chambers, Kathy Albin. Fourth Row-Beverly May-
eske, Rita Friend, Laura Hutton, Margie Sidlinger,
Cindy Reed, Roxanna Metzger, Cindy Ferguson, Cindy
Shinkle, Kathy Smith, Pam Relph, Toni Cox, Vicky
Moffatt, Robin Chism. Fifth Row-Rhonda Walker,
Mary Varner, Sandra Gorton, Pam Speaks, Dixie
White, Becky Norton, Marsha Carr, Dava Yeoman,
Mrs. Forsythe, Tami Houser, Sixth Row- Donna Green,
Cheryl King, Kathy Ballinger, Cheryl Matlock, Sharon
Young, Teresa Stotts, Donna Shelton, Melinda Claus.
FHA Officers: Front Row-Kathi Collins, Diana Brad-
ley, Patti Bloodworth, Annette Cole, Second Row-
Brenda Robinson, Sherri Burham, Geralyn Huser,
Sponsored By FHA
FHA Challenges You
The theme "Challenging Nle Uniquely" put the
FHA girls to work this year. Debbie Scott represented
the chapter at the district meeting at Altamont. Debbie
was District Songleader and was called on quite fre-
quently at a moments notice to lead the girls in a re-
laxer. Officers chose candy sales as their annual money
making project. FHA made their goal of S500 selling
the candy. A Cheese Festival was held at Open House
with various cheeses from different countries. The FHA
and FFA held a party in the gym crowning a king and
queen for 74-75. State meeting at Topeka was also
fun and educational with a good number of girls at-
tending. FHA has been a "chaIlenging" experience
1. Donna Weber selling FHA candy to Beth Kimzey.
2. FHA Cabinet-First Row-Farrellynn Bloodworth,
Cheryl Matlock, Laura Hutton, Nancy Willard. Second
Row-Varee Sierman, Kristi Beadles, Carol Brunker,
Pam Speaks. Third Row-Belinda Pressley, Toni Duck-
worth, Kathy Nliller, Denise Richardson, Shelley
Speaks, Debbie Scott.
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1.l Merrill Wilson, 1 of 12 State Farmers, holding the
trophy for Best FFA Chapter won by Fredonia over the
2.5 FFA officers presiding over a monthly meeting.
3.5 FFA officers- Mr. Marshall, Dennis Ferguson, Dwight
Ecton, Billy Ecton, Max Culbertson, Merrill Wilson,
4.l Kristi Beadles, State FFA Sweetheart, chosen by the
Fredonia chapter to represent them in competition at
5.7 FFA: Front Row-John Lewis, Earl Porter, Larry Gor-
ton, Dennis Ferguson, Dwight Ecton, Billy Ecton, Max
Culbertson, Merrill Wilson, Brad Stephens, Arthur Lew-
is, Brad Short, Barry Tindle. Row 2-Clifford Pryor,
Jean Porter, Sharalyn Hutton, Kristi Beadles, Greg Boi-
court, David Jones, Greg Kimzey, John Bobb, Vince
Weber, Delbert Beard, Timmy Culbertson, Dale Hen-
dry, Bobby Porter, Mr. Marshall, Row 3-Stacy Fiscus,
Doug Millar, David Wood, Mark Huser, Rusty Selle,
Richard Wacker, Allen Wolf, Gerald Sharp, Billy Por-
ter, Terry Maxwell, Roger Compton, Lan'y Palmer.
Row 4-Tim Stidham, Terry Tindle, Bobby Shinkle,
Dee Holmes, Jeanna Evans, Mitch Neuenschwander,
Nancy Mc Donald, Danny Apollo, Jack Row, Jeff Elder,
Ronald Mast, Steve Eagle, Don Williams, Tim Tindle,
The Sound Of Music
Music club is an organization for any person who is
in vocal music or band. There are no dues to be paid,
just participating is all that is asked. Including all stu-
dents in music makes the music club one of the biggest
--number wise--in the school.
Music club sponsored very many activities during
the year and put on many varied performances. Possibly
the biggest production was the all-school musical. The
money raised goes to help support the pom pon squad and
Under the leadership of Mr, Beggs and Mrs. Walton,
the music club stays busy and has loads of fun.
1.3 Mrs. Walton, vocal music director.
2.3 Choral-Aires - Row 1: Mary Varner, Patti Blood-
worth, Beth Kimzey. Row 2: Virginia Relph, Sherri
Mallernee, Susie Chapman, Marie Fortner, Sherri Dur-
ham, Belinda Pressley, Annette Cole. Row 3: Sandra
Gorton, Michel Boicourt, Deb Osborne, Sharon Shogren,
Deb Scott, Denise Richardson, Kathi Collins.
3.l Mixed Chorus - Row 1: Sam Reed, Mike Ferguson,
Kevin Miller, Kent Robertson, Barry Mellen, Steve
Odell, Mike Harrelson, Mitch Neuenschwander, Kevin
McClayland, Brad King, Walter Batson. Row 2: Bev
Davis, Connie Matney, Virginia Relph, Tami Houser,
Brian Mellen, Gene Ogle, Dave Clark, Annette Cole,
Marie Fortner, Deb Osborne, Belinda Pressley, Cheryl
Miller, Kristi Beadles. Row 3: Charletta Erbe, Kathy
Smith, Varee Sierman, Sharalyn Hutton, Dave Hogan,
Ricky Hawley, Sandra Gorton, Mary Varner, Teresa
Stotts, Laura Hutton, Sonya Speaks, Roxanna Metzger,
Row 4: Cindy Banks, Becky Norton, Deb Scott, Paul
Matney, John Newland, Brad Stiles, Mike Larkin, Rod-
ney Berger, Gloria Graham, Kathi Collins, Angela
Harrelson. Row 5: Denise Richardson, Kristi Shafer,
Shelley Speaks, Patti Bloodworth, Beth Kimzey, Pat
Green, Charlotte Chambers, Michel Boicourt, Carla
Nogueira, Malcolm Gillette. Row 6: Valrie Gillen,
Belinda Nightengale, Connie Chase, Farrellynn Blood-
worth, Cindy Ferguson, Bev Mayeske, John Seiwert,
Greg Boicourt, Sherri Mallernee, Kathy Frey.
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On November 15 and 16 the Fredonia Senior High
'Music Council presented the musical "South Pacific".
The action takes place in the South Seas during the
war with Japan.
The plot is formed of two romantic themes. Most
important is the love affair of Ensign Nellie Forbush,
the charming and high-spirited nurse from Little Rock
and the gallant middle-aged French planter, Emile de
Becque. The second romantic theme is that of the
likeable American marine, Joe Cable and the lovely
Tonginese girl, Liat. Surrounding them are such char-
acters as Bloody Mary, Liat's mother and Luther Bil-
lis, a very funny Seabee.
The cast of characters is as follows:
Nellie Forbush - Kathi Collins
Emile de Becque - Brad King
QS l Blood Mary - Virginia Relph
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-ff' Lt. Joe CEEIE -'Roger Reed
Liat - Deb Osborne
Stewpot - Kevin Miller
Professor - Barry Mellen
Capt. Brackett - Sam Reed
Cmdr. Harbison - Bob Busch
Quale - Earl Porter
Bob McCaffrey - Brian Mellen
Steeves - Mike Ferguson
Marcel - Mike Larkin
Buzz Adams - Kent Robertson
Nurses - Charlotte Chambers, Debbie Scott
Sherri Durham, Sharon Shogren, Margie
Sidlinger, Sandy Gorton, Mary Varner
Mary's assistant - Debra Ballinger
Lori Timmons, Becky Selle
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Joseph . . . . . . . . ............ Allen Gilstrap
Shepherds . . . . Kenton Robertson, Jeff Elder, Randy Hunt,
Mike Ferguson, Gene Ogle
. . . . . .Virginia Relph
. . . . . Bob Busch
Inn-Keeper's Daughter . . ..................... Brenda Robinson
Man at the Inn . . .
People at Inn . .
Angel Gabriel . . . . .
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. . ...................... . . Russell Ervin
. . Gloria Graham, Tami White, David Roets, Brian Mellen,
l Jeanna Evans,.John Jordan
King Herod . . . . . . ................. Roger Reed
Wisemen . . . . David Roets, Brian Mellen, John Jordan
Scribe ........ ............................ P at Kelley
King's Guards ......... ................. M alcolm Gillette, Mike Ferguson
King Herod's Dancers ....... . . Kathy Miller, Natalie Thomas, Sharalyn Hutton, Jeanna Shinkle
Verse Speaking Choir Director . . ............................ Diana Bradley
........ ........ ...SherriDurham
. . . . . . . . . . . Deb Osborne, Steve Odell, Dave Hogan, Marie Fortner,
Mitch Neuenschwander, Kathi Collins, Brad King, Annette Cole
Prologue ..... .
FHS Marching Band
The marching season for the Fredonia High School
band ended on December 14 after the Neodesha Christ-
mas parade. The 67 members participated in several
parades including Buffalo Homecoming, Fredonia
Homecoming, and Neewollah. They also performed at
the half-time of home football games. Contrary to
years before, the band did drill performances instead
of the regular story-shows. But the band doesn't dis-
perse after checking in their uniforms. After maching
the band prepares for concert. The highlight of the
year is music contest at Pittsburg where the band is
rated for excellence in musical ability.
15 Twirlers - Front, Leslie Nevitt, Patti Bloodworth,
Middle - Toni Duckworth, Mary Varner. Back - Sherri
Mallernee, head twirler. Not pictured Cheryl Matlock.
Zi FHS Marching Band - Row 1: Geralyn Huser, Donna
Weber, Roger Compton, David Lefferd, David Rogers.
Barry Mellen, Randal Harkrader, Cheryl King, Rox-
anna Metzger, Varee Sierman. Row 2: Gary Boice,
Kevin Scanlan, Roger Spohn, Bart Horney, Gerald
Sharp, Kevin McCIayland, Kathi Collins, Eldon Wire,
Tim Mitchell. Row 3: Fraya Speer, Ricky Huguenin,
John Seiwert, Mark Huser, Allen Wolf, Bob Bayles,
Brian Mellen, Randy Huckins, Brad King, David Clark
Russell Ervin. Row 4: Earl Porter, Greg Boicourt, Jean
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11 FHS Marching Band - Row 1: Margie Sidlinger, Pam
Smith, Beth Kimzey, Toni Duckworth, Mary Varner,
Cheryl Marlock, Patti Bloodworth, Sherri Mallernee,
Annette Cole, Myra Huser, Geri Ann Mellen. Row 2:
Greg Kimzey, Sharon Young, Kristi Beadles, Barbara
Ecton, Brad Stephens, John Bobb, Rita Hobleman, Lori
Fitzmorris, Carla Baugh, Robin Stotts, Sharon Parker.
Row 3: Patty Smith, Laura Hutton, Farrellynn Blood-
worth, Shelley Speaks, Rodney Burns, Jeff Elder, David
Mitchell, Bobby Mellen, Larry Adams, Teresa Stotts.
2l Band Director - Mr. George Beggs
35 Majorette - Annette Cole
Under the leadership of Philip Wooten, Art Club--
representing FHS students interested in all forms of
art--had a very active year.
Among their many activities was their trip to the
Nelson Art Gallery in Kansas City, Missouri. They also
sponsored several exhibits, among them that of Don
Anderson, a professional printmaker from Coffeyville,
Art Club is sponsored by Howard Svaty.
First Row: Nancy Squire, Doreen Atkinson, Jackie Let-
terman, Rhonda Ervin, Debbie Hankins, Brad Stiles,
Cind Reed, Peggy Price, Don Leckey, Brian Lakin
Bruce Neill, Second Row: Kathy Hawley, Connie Mat-
ney, Margaret Scott, Ricky Ferguson, Renee Adkins.
Ann Carlton, Tommy Biggs, Mike Lowman, Becky
Norton, Philip Wooten, Nancy McDonald. Third Row:
Marrill Damet, Lance Adkins, Wayne Matlock, Stacey
Fiscus, Richard Wacker, Brian Durham, Arthur Lewis,
Terry Tindle, Roger Reed, Donnie Anderson, Kathryn
Frey, Leland Joy, John Frasier, Richard Preble.
Art Club Officers: Don Leckey, Mike Lowman, Kath-
ryn Frey, Philip Wooten, Roger Reed. Not Pictured-
Sponsored By ART CLUB
I Can Help Is Motto
For '74-'75 Kayettes
The Kayettes perform ed many worthwhile services
throughout the year, making this one of the most active
years in the history of the organization. A few of the a
activities included adopting a girl from the Winfield
Home, a taco supper, a clothing drive for Winfield
State Hospital, caroling at Christmas, parties, helping
with the Lung Association posters, performing a skit
for the Child Care Center, refreshments for coaches at
our debate tournam ent, cleaning up the school grounds,
sending a blind girl to camp for a day and sending
several of next years officers to camp. The Easter as-
sembly was also a very meaningful activity presented
by the Kayettes. The girls were sponsored this year by
Mrs. Cranor, Mrs. Spohn, Miss Alsop and Mrs. Turnbull.
Row 1: Jean Ogden, Nan Ogle, Patty Mahan, Laura
Hutton, Ginger Relph, Susie Chapman, Diana Bradley,
Row 2: Dixie White, Terri Matney, JoAnne Shoaf,
Sandra Gorton, Marie Fortner, Carol Brunker, Deb
Hankins, Teresa Stottsg Row 3: Tami Houser, Toni
Cox, Donna Green, Beverly Mayekse, Vicky Matlock,
Kathy Smith, Sherri Mallernee, Janet McGinnis, An-
nette Cole, Mary Varner, Sharalyn Hutton, Cheryl
King, Varee Sierman, Kathy Albin, Mrs. Spohn, Deb
Chism, Mrs. Cranor.
Stagecraft - Constructioneers
A relatively new class at FHS is stagecraft. Under
the supervision of Mr. Kilgore, the crew undertakes the
task of making props and sets for the various drama
productions. Sets ranged from islands in the South Pac-
ific to a house in Mesalia, Ohio to the underground
world of "AIice in Wonderland." The class kept very
busy and kept the little auditorium in full use, The
drama department runs a lot smoother now that the
stagecraft class has come into the cunficulum.
1.3 Stagecraft - Row 1: Patty Mahan, Debra Chism,
Betty Knowles, Cheryl Miller, Mike Larkin. Row 2:
Kenny Matney, Richard Preble, Mr. Kilgore, Buddy
Rios, Randy Sissom, Russell Ervin.
2.1 Betty Knowles, Debra Chism, Kenny Matney work
on props for "AIice in Wonderland."
3.7 Stagecraft in action.
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Savings And Loan Association
And Dr. K. R. Nevitt D.V.M.
Seniors in Drama II found themselves plunged into
a tumultous schedule of productions this year. Under the
direction'of Mr. Michael Kilgore, the group presented
two full-length plays, Moss Hart's "The Man Who Came
to Dinner", and a classic melodrama, "Only an Orphan
Girl ". In addition to those plays, Drama II worked on
various one-acts, including the Festival One-Act, DUST
OF THE ROAD. Senior Drama also was responsible for
Baccalaureate, Senior Night, the Commencement exer-
cises, and contributed a great deal to the Jacket Revue.
ll. Sheridan Whiteside tDave Hoganl grimaces as his
protege, Lorraine Sheldon lvirginia Relphl Plants a
kiss on his "poor, injured, face".
Zi. Mark Relph works with his props before a perfor-
mance ofthe senior play, The Man Who Came to
3l. Drama II cast members: Row 1- Donna Shelton, Jon
Graham, Mark Relph, Linda Compton, Dave Hogan,
Sam Gillette, Sherri Durham, Debbie Scott. Row 2-
Virginia Relph, Kathy Smith, Sharalyn Hutton, Allen
Gilstrap, Betty Knowles, Susie Chapman, David Hogan,
Row 3-Bobby Busch, Janet McGinnis, Mitch Neuensch-
wander, Marty Roseberry, Mike Harrelson, Roger Reed,
Mr. Kilgore, Brad King, Steve Odell.
1.1 The March Hare CDavid Clarkl serves cake to the
Mad Hatter iSam Reedl,
2.3 Alice tPatti Bloodworthl tries to get through to the
Queen of Hearts iAngela Harrelsonl,
3.l Drama I - Row 1: Patti Bloodworth, Sam Reed, Deb
Osborne-assistant, Toni Duckworth. Row 2: John Jordan,
Jeanna Shinkle, Kathy Miller, Kristi Beadles, Brenda
Robinson, Tami White, Jeanna Evans. Row 3: Donna
Weber, Charlotte Chambers, Sherlene Shinkle, Cindy
Ratzlaff, Natalie Thomas, Michel Boicourt, Pam Smith,
Russell Ervin, Row 4: IVlr. Kilgore, Steve McBride,
Dave Clark, Randy Hunt, Rodney Berger, Bart Horney.
Drama I, with a cast of 23 juniors, were very busy
this year. On January 23, they performed the play
"Alice in Wonderland" as the children 's theater pro-
duction for the grade schools. Then they got busy on
the junior class play "David and Lisa." Drama I'was
also responsible for the National Honor Society cere-
mony. They were assisted by IVlr. Kilgore and Deb Os-
borne, student director.
1.3 Denise Richardson, Donna Weber, and Cheryl Miller
hard at work typing Reflector copy.
2.1 Steve McBride, Mike Ferguson, Beth Kimzey, and
Charlotte Chambers layout another copy of the school
3.5 Reflector Staff: Sitting-Belinda Pressley, Connie
Chase, Donna Weber, Larry Adams. Standing- Mr. Kelt-
ner, Randall Harkrader, Marcia Compton, Mike Fer-
guson, Steve McBride, Denise Richardson, Cindy Shink-
Ie, Beth Kimzey, Charlotte Chambers, Cheryl Miller.
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A high school yearbook is not often enjoyed by
everyone who picks it up. The Yellowjacket 1975 is
not unusual. It is a product of a group of accident
prone adolescents who did the best they could with the
limited knowledge at hand.
The yearbook staff is proud of its "brainchild,"
Each section was created with the studentsfteachersf
community relationship in mind, It is a record of the
year - a record to which you can refer when you try to
remember who that kid was that sat in front of you in
English or sang flat in mixed chorus.
Twenty years from now, it just might help to stir
pleasant memories. That's what it's for.
15 Yellowjacket photogs.-Roger Spoon, David Hogan.
23 Mr. Keltner, advisor, Gloria Graham, associate edi-
tor, Kathi Collins, editor.
31 Deb Scott, copy ed., Barry Mellen, sports ed., Vir-
ginia Relph, layout ed.
41 Reporters - Diana Bradley, Tami Houser, Doreen
Atkinson, Terri Matney, Betty Knowles, Kathy Smith,
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The Fredonia Junior High Student Council, under
the direction of President Dee Holmes and sponsor Mr.
Shire, served the junior high students as a voice in stu-
dent government. The council has sponsored numerous
activities, including class dances and special dress
days. The group has also contributed to many good
causes, for example, the Fredonia United Fund and
March of Dimes.
11. FJ HS Student Council Officers: Top-Shelley Davis-
son, Genette Mellen, Bottom- Dee Holmes, Susie Dunn,
2l. FJ HS Student Council: Row 1-Robin Stotts, Karen
Ecton, Sonya Robertson, Mary Flattery, Diane Van-
Hoozier, Renee Selle, Karla Ecton, Diana Ward, Deb-
bie Mitchell. Row 2-Mary Willard, Kim Marshall,
Nancy Mellon, Jackie Jones, Connie Stotts, Tami
Drumm, Becky Smith, Carla Baugh, Roger Huser,
Francis Bambick. Row 3- Mark Weatherby, Teresa
Hersh, Penny Schroder, Rhonda Ervin, Dennis Pryor,
Martin Bambick, Rusty Selle, Brian Durham. Row 4-
Tim White, Keith Sumner, Mr. Shire, Russ Shogren,
Bob Mellen, Clint Speaks, Chris Lance, Darin Holmes,
Bill McInerny, Mike Fitzmorris, David Mitchell, Scott
Fitzmorris, Mark Huser,
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ter-Karla Ecton, Karen Ecton. Bottom-Sonya Robertson
23. Freshman Cheerleaders: Top-Rhonda Ostrander.
Center-Lori Kelley, Carla Baugh, Bottom-Nancy
33. Pep Club: Top Row-Paula Schnieder, Karen Ward,
Diana Price, Anita Richardson, Becky Smith, Lisa
Marr, Diane Spoon, Rhonda Wambsganss, Stacy Hicks,
Melissa Miller, Terri Martin, Carolyn Erisman, Lori
Berger. Row 2-Nancy Spohn, Debbie Mitchell, Dot
Hartung, Susan Jansen, Julie Robinson, Barbara Miller,
Jennifer Hoff, Mary Beth Kendall, Lee Knickerbocker,
DeAnn Hall, Vicky Cook, Judy Morgan, Mary Shinkle,
Diana Ward, Gyla Carter. Row 3- Mary Jo Biggs, Terry
Settle, Carolyn Horney, Anna Morrow, Teresa Wewer,
Carla Robinson, Diana Ratzlaff, Debbie Jansen, JoAnn
Siewert, Gennette Mellen, Cindy Robertson, Carolyn
Eck, Beth Farwell, Mary Hufford, Connie Ogle. Row 4-
Nancy Squire, Donna Matlock, Kathy Jones, Mary Wil-
lard, Teresa Hersh, Kim Clifton, Noel Kitchens, Karen
Hendry, Karen Mattix, Shelley Davisson, Renee Selle,
Rhonda Ervin. Row 5-Susie DeCou, Sharon Parker,
Shelley Wire, Christy Weber, Debra Reed, Penny Schro-
der, Anita Gouchenour, Teena LaPoint, Janet Cline,
Connie Stotts, Brenda Puckett, Sherryl Ostrander, Jack-
ie Jones, Tami Guess, Connie Walker, Scott Ferguson,
43. Seventh Grade Cheerleaders: Becky Smith, Debra
Reed, Stacie Hicks, Sheryl Ostrander, Penny Schroder,
53. Pom Pon Squad-Row 1: Robin Stotts, Betty Posch,
Row 2: Lisa Hicks, Twila Miller, Lori Eslick, Row 3:
Julie Beal, Brenda Baker, Jane Cook, Susan Rogers,
Row 4: Bette LaPoint, Kim Marshall, Mary Flattery,
Ruth Hogan. Row 5-Sherry Clary, Kathy Bumgarner,
63. Pep Club Officers-Janie Mc Bride, Robin Stotts,
Myra Huser, and Kathy Bumgarner.
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Tri-Valley League Football
The Fredonia Junior High School Yellowjackets
have good reason to brag on their teams this year, With
a combination of courage, spirit, and teamwork, each
member on each team displayed the individualism
needed to make a football team, basketball team, or
a track squad really function.
The Junior Jackets are especially proud of their
1974 football team who are the proud holders of the
title of Tri-Valley League Champions.
But FJ HS isn't any less proud of their Eighth and
Freshman Basketball squads who placed second and
third, respectively, in the tough TVL League.
The Seventh grade basketball team showed up as
a team with great potential. Coaches John and Graham
both indicated that the seventh graders were a deter-
mined group of boys and that they were very eager for
future success, which should come their way.
1.l 8th grade - Row 1: John Garner, Carl Shinn, Kent
Marr, Brian Knight, Darrell Fiscus, Mac Young, John
Florez, James Ballinger. Row 2: Martin Bambick,
Howard Shively, Clint Speaks, Joe Wilson, Monte Mah-
an, Doug Stephens, David Fink, Duane Reinhart, Dee
Culbertson. Row 3: Dennis Roets, Montie Reed, Mark
Young, Russ Shogren, Terry Cox, Craig Compton, Les-
lie Woods, Brian Durham, Darin Holmes.
2.3 9th grade - Row 1: Stacy Fiscus, Bill Mclnemey,
Tommy Cook, Mike Fitzmorris, Clifford Pryor, Jim
Barker, Greg Houser, Chris Lance. Row 2: Mr. Odell,
Mr. Holmes, Doug Millar, Scott Ferguson, Rusty Selle,
Dee Holmes, Mr. Kellogg, Mr. Higgins. Row 3: Steve
Roets, Kent Wire, Bob Mellen, Rusty Ratzlaff, Juan
Powers, Jeff Burke, David Mitchell, Roger Compton,
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The Fredonia Junior High Future Homemakers of
America started off their year with not much in mind
of activities to pursue. With the help of their sponsor,
Mrs. Lindbloom, the group was able to examine them-
selves creatively and to grow to work as a unit. Their
work at the District Meeting this fall was recognized
favorably. The FHA-Home Economics Style Show this
spring was also considered by all attending a success.
Now, at the end of the year, some of the members
are ushered out of the roster for as this, one of the larg
est organizations in both high school and junior high,
is reminded of the FHA Creed to face the future with
warm courage, and high hope. It is hoped, by the spon-
sors and members that in the next few years that their
FHA organization can become even more productive,
ll. Fredonia Junior High FHA Officers: Standing-Shar-
on Parker, Rita Matney. Seated-Lisa Hicks, Kim Mar-
shall, Teresa Hersh, Rhonda Ostrander, Julie Beal.
2l. FHA Members: Row 1-Mary Shinkle, Sonya Robert-
son, Jennifer Hoff, Diana Ward, Kim Clifton, Shelley
Davisson, Judy Morgan, Carolyn Eck, Vicky Cook,
JoAnn Seiwert, Gennette Mellen, Ann Gilstrap, Row 2-
Brenda Baker, Nancy Mellon, Carla Baugh, Lori Kel-
ley, Robin Stotts, Cindy Robertson, Donna Matlock,
Margaret Mayeske, Kathy Bumgarner, Zella Rogers,
Connie Ogle, Connie Walker, Loretta Edens, Renee
Selle. Row 3-Bette LaPoint,TwiIa Miller, Jane Cook,
Susan Rogers, Pat Boicourt, Sherry Clary, Gyla Carter,
Betty Posch, Karen Hendry, Lori Eslick, Ruth Hogan.
Row 4-Carla Robinson, Barbara Miller, Mary Beth
Kendall, Sherry Ivey, Lee Knickerbocker, Beth Far-
well, Karen Mattix, Sandra McBride, Vienna Thomp-
son, Rhonda Ervin. Row 5-Jackie Jones, Kathy Jones,
Janis Ballinger, Janet Matlock, DeAnn Hall, Nancy
Squire, Jean Porter, Janis McBride, Jean Kitchens,
Taffy Culbertson, Cindy Bradley, Susie Dunn, Jill
Reed, Sandra Kimzey, Elizabeth Ballinger.
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This years football team had their problems and
more but with the help of the coaching staff and the
will of the team, the squad pulled out a first place
In the season opener, they played as individuals and
lost to Iola but by the time the Jackets met Humboldt,
they were one unit and won 13-7.
Then the Yellowjackets traveled to Eureka for an-
other hard league game and came back with a 22-10
win. Cherryvale came to town in the biggest game of
the season to try to take first place away. All that week
Fredonia High was preparing and the Jackets played
their best game, winning 13-O.
The Jackets then traveled to Yates Center and after
falling behind 12-O at halftime, came back and won
14-12. The next week, Burlington came to Pryor Field
and in two feet of water and a steady downpour, the
Jackets won 25-0.
The season ended on a sad note when Fredonia
traveled to Neody for their last game of the season. The
Jackets were ahead 6-0 and driving for another score
when disaster struck. The Jackets fumbled, a Neody
player ran it back for a touchdown, and the extra point
was good. The Jackets lost a heartbreaker 7-6 and tied
for first place in the TVL.
1.1 Coach John shouts instructions to the team at the
2.5 The Jackets defense only let league opponents score
22 points against Fredonia all year,
3.l Robert Taylor led the TVL in rushing yardage and
was named Most Valuable Running Back.
4.l Coach Milner, Coach John, and Coach Beal.
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Second Row-Billy Ecton, Rodney Shelton, Rocky
Starmer, Kent Robertson, Gene Ogle, David Jones,
Bill Porter, Walt Batson, Mike Larkin, Pat Kelley,
2. Sophomores: First Row-Randy Ratzlaff, Wayne
Matlock, Dale Damet, Don Lecky, Bruce Neill, Dave
Rogers, Bryan Wilson. Second Row-Greg Boicourt, Ed
Cline, Bruce Jones, Brad Stiles, Ricky Smith, Ron
Mast, Gerald Sharp, Jeff Elder, Rick Ferguson, Tony
3. Managers-Brad Stephens, Bob Bayles, Steve
4. Tri-Valley League Co-Champs.
5. Seniors: First Row-Bob Shoaf, Allen Gilstrap, Robert
Taylor, Bobby Bambick, Barry Mellen. Second Row-
Jon Graham, Marty Roseberry, Brad King, Roger Reed,
Steve Odell, Mike Harrelson.
All-League Honors: Marty Roseberry-Offensive end,
Brad King-Defensive end, Jon Graham-Offensive
guard, Roger Reed- Defensive linebacker, Robert Tay-
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1.3 Basketball Managers - Roger Reed, Brad Stephens,
Kenton Robertson, Ricky Ferguson.
2.3 Coach Milner offers advice during a break in the
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Bambick, Barry Mellen, Steve Odell, Brad King, Bob
Bayles, Brian Mellen, Pat Kelley, Randy Hunt, Bob
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3.1 B-Team Squad and coaches - Coach Milner, David
Rogers, Brad Stiles, Ed Cline, Gerald Sharp, Danny
Olenhouse, Allen Wolf, Bryan Key, Eldon Wire, Ricky
Smith, Jeff Elder, Tony Cunningham, Coach Odell.
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This year the Fredonia wrestling squad accomplished
more than was expected of them. Led by Robert Taylor
and Kevin McClayland, the only seniors of the squad,
the team surprised several opponents. In dual matches,
the Jackets defeated Eureka, Altamont, Chanute, and
Independence, losing only to Parsons. They also won
the Baldwin Invitational, the Leon Double Dual, and
took second at the Fredonia Invitational.
In postseason action, the grapplers fared well by
advancing two wrestlers-Dale Damet, sophomore, and
Rocky Starmer, junior-to the state tournament in Abi-
lene, where Rocky placed fifth.
The wrestlers benefited from the years competition
and should come back strong next year with a years
1.l Wrestling Coaches-Mr. Holmes and Mr. Beal.
2.1 Bill Porter on top for the Jackets.
3.1 State Wrestlers-Dale Damet, 105, and Rocky Star-
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meet with Parsons.
2.7 Mike Ferguson and Bill Ecton warm up during prac-
tice at the armory.
3.5 Robert Taylor wraps up an opponent.
4.1 1974-75 Wrestling Squad-Tommy Cook, Dale Dam-
et, Bob Shinkle, Paul Matney, Kevin McClayIand, John
Jordan, Walter Batson, David Jones, Mike Ferguson,
Greg Boicourt. Back Row-Randy Ratzlaff, manager,
Mark Huser, Roger Wambsganss, Scott Ferguson, Daryl
Boden, Kelly Kitchens, Bryan Wilson, Bill Porter,
Rocky Starmer, Bill Ecton, Bruce Jones, Robert Taylor. I
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First Year For Girls
The 30 members of the Fredonia volleyball team
had a trememdous opening season. Since it was the
first year for girls volleyball, they learned what it felt
like to com pete and win. There was a great improve-
ment frorn the first of the season to the end.
The highlight of the season occurred when the
girls traveled to Girard for the Regional match and
came back with a second place trophy.
Three seniors will be leaving but a strong team
will be retuming next year.
1. Betty Bambick and Shelley Speaks.
2. First Row-Cindy Reed, Robin Gillen, Farrellynn
Bloodworth, Marcia Compton, Roxanna Metzger,
Charletta Erbe, Sandra Gorton, Sherlene Shinkle,
Jeana Shinkle, Cindy Ratzlaff, Betty Bambick. Second
Row-Linda Compton, Sharon Parker, Patty Bloodworth,
Leslie Nevitt, Charlotte Chambers, Patty Bambick,
Tami White, Jeannie Cook, Michele Boicourt, Jean
Porter. Third Row-Miss Mercer, Shelley Speaks, Mary
Verner, Debbie Hankins, Teresa Stotts, Geri Ann Mel-
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The girls gymnastics team s first meet was a dual
with Independence, January 16. Placing were: Floor
Exercise-Deb Scott, 4th, Balance Beam-Sharon Sho-
gren, 3rd, and Unevens-Charletta Erbe, lst, Natalie
Thomas, 3rd, and Betty Bambick, 4th,
On January 28, the girls traveled to Mulvane, Char-
letta Erbe-lst, Sandy Gorton-3rd, and Kim Marshall-5th
placed in Vaulting. Cindy Ratzlaff got 2nd and Kristi
Shafer 5th in Balance Beam. Rita Hobelman placed 3rd
on the Unevens. Placing in Floor Exercise were Cindy
Ratzlaff-3rd, Deb Scott-4th, and Marcia Compton-Sth.
Twelve gymnasts made the trip to Wellington on
February 6 to compete with four other schools. The
gymnasts placed 4th overall. Charletta Erbe won a 3rd
place medal in Vaulting and Cindy Ratzlaff won two
5th place medals, one for Floor Exercise and one for
The last meet was at Arkansas City on February
27, finishing up the season.
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1.3 Gymnastics Coaches Mary Mercer and Marilyn
2.1 Gymnastics Manager Deb Osborne.
3.7 Uneven Parallel Bars: Bottom-Natalie Thomas,
Rita Hobelman, Middle-Patty Bambick, Shelley Speaks,
Betty Bambick, Mary Varner. Top-Robin Gillen, Patty
4.3 Valutings Front-Sandy Gorton, Charletta Erbe, Lisa
Hicks. Back- Lori Fitzmorris, Patty Bambick, Natalie
Thomas, Kim Marshall.
5.1 Gymnasts Patty Bambick, Mary Varner, Robin Gil-
len, Natalie Thomas, and Deb Scott concentrate on
their vaults in practice,
6.l Balance Beam: Natalie Thomas, Rita Hobelman,
Kristi Shafer, Cindy Ratzlaff.
7.7 Floor Exercise: Front-Lisa Hicks, Kim Marshall,
Charletta Erbe, Rhonda Ostrander, Nancy Mellen, Back-
Linda Compton, Natalie Thomas, Cindy Ratzlaff, Deb
First Time For Girls Golf
Girl Golfers had their first taste of competition this
year. Eight girls went out for this sport. There was a
lot of learning to be done because many of the girls
had never played much. Sharon Shogren was first place
medalist eight times in competition. In the State Tour-
nament she placed second, The two man team con-
sisting of Natalie Thomas and Sharon Shogren placed
first in the Derby Invitational, third in the Emporia In-
vitational, second in the Regional Tournament, and
second in the State Golf Tournament. Lori Fitzmorris,
Angela Harrelson, Debbie Scott, and Lori Kelley made
up the four man team that placed fourth in the Reg-
ional Tournament. Mrs. Graham was pleased with the
girls performance in their first year of competition,
She felt they had made a great improvement by the
end of the year.
ll. Golf Team: Left to Right-Carla Baugh, Lori Fitz-
morris, Sharon Shogren, Natalie Thomas, Deb Scott,
Angela Harrelson, Mrs. Graham, Lori Kelley. Not pic-
21. Sharon Shogren and Natalie Thomas proudly hold
the second place State Golf Trophy.
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Virginia Relph was crowned Homecoming Queen
October 3, at the annual BPW Homecoming Program.
Nine Fredonia Senior girls competed for the title of
Miss Fredonia. There was much excitement and fun
for the girls.
"It was neat how the girls got closer and it was a
lot of fun," commented Kathy Smith.
The Yellowjacket football team played a non-
league game with Garnett and lost 7-6. Half time
festivities featured Queen Virginia, her attendants and
the Fredonia Marching Band.
The High School Homecoming float placed first
for the most original design.
The Fredonia BPW club and officers of the State
Bank very kindly donated time and effort to make the
coronation and half-time ceremonies possible.
1. Homecoming Queen Candidates: First Row-Debbie
Scott, Cris Baker, Debbie Osborne. Second Row-Sherri
Durham, Virginia Relph. Third Row-Kathi Collins,
Susie Chapman, Kathy Smith, Marie Fortner.
2. Mitch Neuenschwander presents Princess Kristin
Coble with flowers.
3. Homecoming Queen-Virginia Relph
4. Fredonia's Marching Band proudly parades.
5. Fredonia High School Student Council Float.
6. Mr. Keltner gets soaked in FCA dunking stand.
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During the halftime of the Yates Center-Fredonia
game the All-Sports Queen and attendants were chosen,
The candidates were Seniors-Deb Scott, Deb Os-
borne, Linda Compton, Juniors-Pam Smith, Patty Bam-
bick, Natalie Thomas, and Sophomores-Shelly Speaks,
Betty Bambick, Marcia Compton.
1,1 Pam Smith, All-Sports Queen.
2.5 Attendants Deb Osborne and Betty Bambick,
3.3 Other Candidates: Front Row-Marcia Compton, Deb
Scott, Patty Bambick. Back Row-Natalie Thomas, Lin-
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Kathi Collins and Steve Odell, seniors were crowned
Valentine King and Queen during ceremonies February
14th in the Paulen Gym. Other contenders were Bruce
Neill and Cheryl King, sophomores, and Brian Mellen
and Leslie Nevitt, juniors. Crown bearers were Kristi
Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Roberts and
Jason John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene John.
The "Expressions", a country western-rock group
from Coffeyville provided the music for the evening.
Servers were eighth graders Ann Gilstrap, Twila
Miller, Sonya Robertson, Patty Boicourt, Karen and
1.3 Valentine King and Queen, Steve Odell and Kathi
2.1 Valentine attendants: Left to Right- Bruce Neill,
Cheryl King, sophomores, Brian Mellen, Leslie Nevitt,
juniors. Crown bearers Kristi Roberts and Jason John.
3.l Couples dance to the sounds of "Expressions",
4.3 Mr. and Mrs. Wilson show a new technique in
Seniors Honor Fellow Classmates
Seniors Honors are special tokens of recognition of
Senior students nominated by their classmates who feel
they excel in one of four categories. Mr, and Miss FHS
are two seniors also nominated by their classmates and
voted on by the entire school.
1.l Most Talented-Roger Reed and Marie Fortnerg alt.
Donna Shelton and Phil Wooten.
2.5 Best All Around-Deb Scott and Barry Nlellenp alt.
Sherri Durham and Randy Huckins.
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We end the yearbook here. There are no more pictures, no more
words. We can only assume that even after you close this book that you
will still remember what lay between its pages. We can only hope that the
memories sparked by the physical pictures in the yearbook will help stim-
ulate other memories that we might have missed. We know that the Yel-
lowjacket 1975 will allow you to think back to your American history days
and recall Old Whatshisname in the cruddy blue jeans that copied off your
This Record of the Year 1975 is your own private piece in history. One
day, you might read the words written on this page a tad more slowly and
think about what they say. The words won't change. They will be the same
words in 1975 and in 1990. The first time you see these words, the seniors
'75 will still be around. The next time you read them, you just might be
moving into your college dorm and wondering if the old school annual is
worth dragging along. The next time, your own children might read them,
and say "How corny Mom and Dad were in high school". But these words
will always be the same. lt's in the record. Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores
- You'Il never stay the same.
The track squads have done an outstanding job
this year. Following is the top record in each event
and the competitors. A fifj indicates a new school
record set by the individual,
Donna Shelton - 99' 10", Geri Ann Mellen,
Sonya Speaks, Sharon Shogren, Teresa Stotts
Sandy Gorton - 34' 7" Y, Jean Porter, Charletta
Erbe, Tami White
Charletta Erbe - 185' 4 1!2" if, Geri Ann Mellen,
Cindy Shinkle, Renee Adkins, Patty Banibick
indy Raulaff - 16' 6" '44, Betty Bambick, Nzancy
Mellon, Kristi Beadles
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Geri Enn Mellen - 4' 11", Charlotte Chambers,
Carla Baugh, Farrellynn Bloodwcrth
Betty Bambick - 15. 5 Y, Rita Hobleman, Cris
Baker, Natalie Thomas
Marcia Compton,- 11. 8, Patty Ba,mbick, Cindy
R atzlaff, Nancy Mellon
Maricia Compton, Patty Bambick. Natalie Thomas,
Varee Sierman, Lori Kelley, Cindy Shinkle
Farrellynn Bloodworth - 62. 1, Varee Sierman,
Patti Bloodworth - 2:40. 1, Sharon Shogren,
Shelley Speaks, Ieana Shinkle, Myra I-Iuser
fori Fitzmorris - 6:26. 3 BF, Deb Scott, Sherlene
Shinkle, Sharon Shogren
Marina Compton, Cindy Ratzlaff, Farrellynn
Bloodworth, Patty Bambick - 52. 7 'lf
arcia Compton, Betty Bambick, Natalie
Thomas, Patty Bambick - 1:49. 9 'lf
arre ynn Bloodworth, Betty Bambick, Natalie
Thomas, Cindy Ratzlaff - 1:58. 8 W'
Bob Shoaf - 127' 1", Brad Stiles
RoEert Taylor - 44' 4", Danny Olenhouse, Rocky
Robert Taylor - 196' 9" PF, John Jordan, David
rad lging - 20' 3", Brian Mellen
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ohn Seiwert - 5' 6"
Creg Boicourt - 10' 6"
Allen Wolf - 4:56. 6, Bill Porter, Bob Bayles,
2 Mile Run
Randy Hunt - 11:20. 0, Allen Gilstrap, Bill
Kevin Miller - 10. 5, Eldon Wire, Mike Ferguson,
Bldon Wire - 23. 2, Kevin Miller
Eldon Wire and Kevin Miller - 53. 3, Steve Odell
Barry Mellen and Brad King - 2:07. 4, Gene Ogle
Marty Roseberry - 20. 8, Brian Mellen
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arty oseberry - 15. 2, Brian Mellen
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Mellen - 3:34. 5
Bob ambick, JohnSeiWert, Mike Ferguson,
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Fredonia High School was well represented this year
in all track and field events as the F. H. S. thinclads
put in a good year of experience.
Under the leadership of coaches Beal, Milner, and
Higgins the 1975 boys track team fulfilled their season
by winning the Tri-Valley League championship for
the second year in a row.
Robert Taylor, senior, did an outstanding job at
javelin throwing as he broke his own record in nearly
all competing sessions.
After competing in the regional meet in Augusta,
Marty Roseberry went on to the state meet where he
participated in the high hurdles.
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Left - hurdlersz Marty Roseberry and Brian Mellen
Right - sprinters: Marty Roseberry, Brian Mellen, Bob
Bambick, Mike Ferguson, Kevin Miller, Eldon Wire
Bottom - coaches Beal and Higgins
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Allen Cilsirap, Brad King, Barry Mellen, Bob Bayles,
Bill Porter, Allen Wolf, Gene Ogle
Bottom - weightmen: Brad Stiles, Bob Shoaf, Danny
Olenhouse, Rocky Starmer, David Jones, Robert
Taylor, John Jordan, Kenton Robertson
Fredonia girls make mark
The new Girls Track Reocrd board in the gymnas-
imn was put to good use this year as breaking records
became a habit for the 1975 Girls Track Squad.
With eighteen returning lettermen, the team fajred
well as other teams weren't as fortunate. The team
met their first competition at Chanute where the
Fredonia females were able to topple Eve schools
from the Southeastern Kansas League. The girls
placed first at the Neodesha and Fredonia Relays,
and received the Ianell Smith Traveling Trophy
for winning the Tri Valley League Championship.
After placing sixth in the Regional Track meet in
Augusta, Mrs. Graham, head coach, Sent six of
her girls to the state meet held at Wichita. These
state competitors were : Donna Shelton-Discus,
Marcia Compton, 100 yard dash, and Marcia
Compton, CindyRatzlaff, Farrellynn Bloodworth,
and Patty Bambick for the 440 Relay.
Top: Donna Shelton winds up for a throw of the discus.
Girls Track Returning Lettermen - Row 1: Robin
Gillen, manager, Mrs. Graham, Geri Knne Mellen,
Deb Osborne, Sandy Gorton, Charletta Erbe, Betty
Bambick, Farrellynn Bloodworth, Lori Fitzrnorris,
Patty Bambick, Natalie Thomas. Row 2: Patty Smith,
Leslie Nevitt, Cindy Reed, Marcia Compton, Cindy
Ratzlaff, Varee Sierman, Patti Bloodworth, Sherlene
Shinkle, Charlotte Chambers, Donna Shelton.
Left: Lori Fitzmorris competes in the mile.-run.
Right: Deb Scott puts in a tiring mile.
Girls Track Squad - Row 1: Ieana Shinkle, Sharon
Shogren, Kristi Beadles, lean Porter, Myra Huser,
Teresa Stotts, Shelly Speaks, Carla Baugh. Row 2:
Rita Hobleman, Lucinda Shinkle, Renee Adkins,
Laura Hutton, Sonya Speaks, Donna Millar, Michel
Boicourt, Tami White, Lori Kelley, Nancy Mellon.
FHS gets feed off
A new addition to the high school sports section
was the boys golf team. Coached by Mr. Odell, the
team started off the season in a toumament in Parsons.
Other tournaments were held in Independence, 'Eureka
and Iola. The league meet was held May 3 on our
own home course. The four-man team consisting of
Mike Harrelson, jon Graham, Randy Huckins and
Pat Kelley placed second. Tim Mitchell and Kevin
Scanlan made up the two-man team. May 8 the
team traveled to Wellington for the regional tourna-
ment. The four-man team placed fifth.
The B-team of Roger Spoon, David Mitchell,
Mike Fitzmorris, David Rogers, Dan Ong, and Mitch
Neuenschwander traveled to Eureka for one match.
The team placed first.
Left Tim Mitchell gets his rear in gear.
Right: Mike Harrelson teeing off.
1975 Golf Team: Row 1-Tim Mitchell, Dan On
David Rogers, Mike Fitzmorris, David Mitchell,
Kevin Scanlan. Row 2-Pat Kelley, Mitch
Neuenschwander, Jon Graham, Roger Spoon, Mik
Harrelson, Randy Huckins, Mr. Odell, coach.
Broken records for JH boys
Seventh Grade Track Squad: Row 1-Roy Ferguson,
IohnHi1ya.rd, Brad Streets, Phillip Odell, John
Hughes, Francis Bambick. Row 2-Mr. Kellogg,
coach, Mark Hersh, Tony Beard, Shawn Kerns,
Arnold Thomas, Tim White, Roger Carr, Tony
Reutlinger, Mr. Holmes, coach, Row 3-Billy
Brooks, Scott Fitzmorris, Ricky McClure, Brian
Sumner, Danny Voth, John Evans, Darin Holmes,
Eighth Grade Track Squad: Row 1-Dale Erbe, Randy
Reutlinger, Ricky Walker, Darrell Fiscus, Iohn
Florez, Draig Compton, Mac Young, Martin Bambick,
Row 2-Mr. Higgins, coach, Joe Wilson, Courtney
Vaughn, Doug Stevens, Brian Knight, Russ Shogren,
Danny Cripps, Kevin Poston, Row 3-Duane Reinhart,
David Fink, Clint Speaks, Dennis Roets, Montie
Reed, Howard Shively, Ron Garber.
Freshman Track Squad: Row 1-Scott Fitzmorris, Tom
Cook, Leroy Perkins. Row 23teve Roets, Doug
Millar, RustyRatz1aff, Stacy Fiscus. Row 3-,Kent
Wire, Bob Mellen, Dee Holmes.
.IH girls show prowess
Even though the weather was uncooperative at
the first of the season, the junior high girls track squad
Htoughed out" the rough weeks of practice to become
a functioning team.
The seventh grade girls, though inexperienced,
showed speed and durability in their work. The
eighth graders, too, showed the good effects of hard
practice and dedication. The teams' coach Miss
Mary Mercer expressed her pride in each of her girls
and said that she was confident that the junior high
thinclad girls were destined for a lot of success in
the coming years.
ll Seventh grade-Row 1:Terri Martin, Lori Berger.
Row 2:Barbara Freeman, Shelley Wire, Melissa
Miller, Connie Stotts, Penny Schroder, Paula
Schneider. Row 3: Diana Price, Becky Smith,Miss
Mercer, Carolyn Erisman, Dottie Hartung, Sherryl
21 Eighth grade- Row 1: Renee Selle, jane Cook,
Mary Flattery, Carolyn Eck, Lori Eslick, Gennette
Mellen, Ann Gilstrap, Susan Rogers, Karen Ecton,
Sonya Robertson. Row 2: JoAnne Seiwert, Betty
Posch, Twila Miller, Mary Shinlde, Kim Clifton,
Shelly Davisson, Deann Hall, Karla Ecton, Ruth
Hogan, Patricia Boicourt, Barbara Miller.
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Only An Orphan Girl, a human drama of trials
and tribulation by Anthony Nelms, was the choice of
the senior class for their children's theatre production
It is the story of the gentle and pure Nellie, the
orphan girl and her pursuit of happiness. With her
lover, young and bold Dick Perkins, their cleanness
of life and purity cf heart help them triumph over
the evil ways of the high-bred.
Left: Marty Roseberry and Sherri Durham.
Right: Bobby Busch and Linda Compton.
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Nellie fLinda Comptonj, Dick Perkins fBobby Buschj,
Lucy QSherri Durhamj, Ethel Rutherford fVirginia
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Dorothy Ga1eQ the little girl from Kansas, made
the first trip into the land of Oz over sixty years ago.
April 25, 1975, marked the date of a second visit to
the "Land of Oz" by the juniors and seniors of Fred-
onia High School.
The Class of '76 conceived the Land of Oz idea
for their prom after rejecting such plans as "Country
Livin", "Lost City of Atlantis", and others. The
"Land of Oz" received favorable reaction from those
attending, and the juniors were congratulated on a
job well done.
Prom Servers-back row: Farrellynn Bloodworth,
Bruce Neill, Rosemary Row, Greg Boicourt, Eddy
Cline, Marcia Compton, Dave Rogers, Cheryl King.
Front: Gerald Sharp, Kevin Scanlan, Denise Richards on,
Kristi Shafer, john Seiwert.
Left: David Roets and Deb Scott in the bamyard.
Right: Virginia Relph, Kathi Collins, and Gloria
Graham pose for a final picture in the powder room.
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Bottom: Prom goers enjoy the sound of "Saratoga."
End of the line for '75
CRADUATING CLASS OF 1975: Row 1-Terri Matney, Nancy McDonald, Carol Brtmker, Melinda Claus, Patty
Mahan, Leah Parnell, Vicky Matlock, Varee Sierman, Sharalyn Hutton, Sherri Durham, Betty Knowles, Deb
Osborne, JoAnne Shoaf, Doreen Atkinson, Pam Speaks . Row 2-Sandra Gorton, Diane Baker, Vince Perdue,
Bobby Bambick, Bob Shoaf, Randy Huckins, Linda'Compton, Phil Wooten, Mike Lowman, Terry Tindle, Jack
Row, David Lefferd, Steve Odell. Row 3-Nannette Ogle, Brad King, Kenneth Matney, Steve Eagle, Richard
Hawley, Michael Harrelson, Debbie Scott, Cheryl Robinson, Marie DeCou, Arthur Lewis. Row 4-Keven
McClayland, Tim Tindle, Kathi Collins, Cris Baker, Diane Bradley, Bonnie Lasley, Donna Shelton, jean Ogden,
Merrill Wilson. Row 5-Debra Chism, Tommy Biggs, Virginia Relph, Marie Fortner, Kathy Smith, Pam Relph,
Susie Chapman, Paul Sumner, Allen Gilstrap, Bobby Busch, Danny Appolo, Pat Green, Barry Mellen, David
Hogan, Terry Romig, Sam Gillette.. Row 6-Janet MCC-innis, Roger Spoon, Mitch Neuenschwander, Danny
Letterman, Roger Reed, Ion Graham, David Roets, Ierry Dodson, Robert Taylor, Larry Palmer, Marty Roseberry,
Martin Gipe, Mark Relph.
1975 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Row 1-Sherri Durham, Varee Sierman, Debra Osborne, Robert Shoaf
Row 2-Debbie Scott, Kathi Collins, Susie Chapman, Bobby Bambick. Row 3-Virginia Relph, Brad King,
Class of 1975 Valedictorian Deb Osborne and
Salutatorian Kathi Collins
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1974e75 SENIOR AIDS AND AWA RDS
ROBERT BAMBICKm1Fr-edonia Teachers' Association Scholarship - B. E,O,G. to Emporia State College 1- Jack
Connell Memorial Scholarship
CAROL BRUNKER-ml-leather fMurphyJ Valentine Memorial Scholarship - First Alternate for Fredonia Teachers
Association Scholarship -v Cora E. Martin Trust to Neosho County Community Junior College,
DEBRA CHISHAM---Cora E. Martin Trust to Neosho County Community Junior College, Chanute
MARIE FORTNER-mState of Kansas Honor Scholarship H Alternate Heather fMurphyJ Valentine Memorial Scholarshi
ALLEN GILSTRAP--,State of Kansas Honor Scholarship
SANDRA GORTON-nl-iinancial Aid to Emporia Kansas State College
DAVID HOGAN--:Music Scholarship and B,E.O,G. to Independence Community Junior College
BRAD KING-1-,Coffeyville junior College Athletic Scholarship
VICKY MATLOCK-,Scholarship to Neosho County Community junior College, Chanute
BARRY MELLEN--,Roger Whinery Memorial Scholarship - Fredonia Jaycees Scholarship
DEBRA OSBORNE--f-.General Scholarship to Emporia State College
VINCE PERDUE-L-mK,U. Scholarship Hall Appointment - B. E,O.G. and S.E,O,G. to K.U. , Lawrence - Rotary
MARTY ROSEBERRY-nCoffeyville Junior College Athletic Scholarship
ROGER REED.,.Miller Scholarship to Wichita State University
VIRGINIA RELPI-IeHState of Kansas Honor Scholarship - General Scholarship and Federal Grant to K.U. , Lawrence
N, M. S.Q . T. Commended Student
ROBERT SHOAF-eFredonia Teachers' Association Scholarship - State of Kansas Honor Scholarship -, Scholarship to
Baker University, Baldwin - Dr, Roy Matthews Memorial Scholarship
VAREE SIERMAN--Honor Scholarship to Pittsburg State College
KATHY SMITH-f-B,P.W, Scholarship - Second Alternate for Fredonia Teachers' Association Scholarship
PAM SPFAKS--.Financial Aid to Kansas State College of Pittsburg
ROGER SPOONQ-'Financial Aid to Emporia to Emporia Kansas State College
ROBERT TAYLORQ-,Ceo Pryor Memorial Scholarship sponsored by the Lions Club
THIS YEARBOOK ISDONE!!!!!!!!!!
975 SENIOR INDEX
DANNY APOLLO-FFA 1,2,3,4, off. 1,27 Mxd. cms. 1,
27 Art Club 17 Boys Glee 1,2,3.
OOREEN ATKINSON-Pwdr. Puff 37 Pep Club 17 FHA 17
Mxd. Chrs, 17 Girls Glee 2,37 Forgn. Lang. 27 Art Club
7',3,4j Refl. Staff 37 Yrbk. Staff 4.
cms BAKER-class off. 2,37 Pwdr. Puff 37 Hmcming.
Tand. 47 All Sprts. Cand. 2,32 Kayettes 27 Stu. Co. 1,
-2,3,4, off. 47 Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Chrldr. 2,3,4: FHA 27
Iff. 17 Trk. 1,2,3,4.
LIIANNA BAKER-Kayettes 2,37 FFA 37 FHA 1,27 Girls
Glee 1,37 Art Club 2,37 Cad. Teach. 3.
1-YOB BAMBICK-Boys State 37 Pwdr. Puff Chrldr. 37
itu. Co. 17 FCA 2,3,4, off. 47 Forgn. Lang. 37 Boys
tilee 2,3,4, FB 1,2,3,47 BB 1,2,3,47 Trk. 1,2,3,4.
forvuviv Brees-Forgn. Lang. 2,37 Art club 1,2,3,47
DIANA BRADLEY-Pwdr. Puff 37 Pep Club 17 FHA 1,27
3,4, off. 3,4, cab. 3,47 Kayettes 47 Mxd. Chrs. 1,27
Ziirls Glee 1,2,3,47 Forgn. Lang. 37 Art Club 3,47 Yrbk.
'itaff 37 Cad. Teach. 3,4.
.:AROL BRUNKER-Kayettes 47 FHA 1,2,3,4, cab. 47
L-Jlxd. Chrs. 37 Girls Glee 2,3,47 State Bank Student
-BOBBY BUSCH-Pag. Cast 2,3,47 Drama I, Drama II,
-Debate 47 Sci. Club 47 Art Club 37 Cad. Teach. 4.
-USIE CHAPMAN-Class Pres. 1,47 Girls State alt. 37
awdr. Puff 37 Hmcming. Cand. 47 Stu. Co. 1,2,3,47 Pep
Jlub 1,2,3,47 Chrldr. 1,27 Kayettes 2,3,4, off. 4, cab.
17 FHA 1,2,3,4, off. 17 Mxd. Chrs. 47 Girls Glee 3,47
-llusic Council 47 Pag. Cast 47 Drama I, Drama II, De-
'ate 1,2,3,47 Forensics 1,2,3,4j NFL off. 3,4, Forgn.
.ang. 3, off. 37 Teen Town 3,47 State Bank Student
'DEBRA CHISM-Kayettes 47 FHA 1,47 Mxd. Chrs. 37
ziirls Glee 2,3,4.
.IIELINDA CLAUS-Pwdr. Puff 37 FFA-FHA Royalty
attn. 37 Kayettes 47 FFA 37 FHA 1,2747 Girls Glee 2,3,
47 Cad. Teach. 3,47 Intramurals 4.
-.ATHI COLLINS-Girls State 37 Hmcming. Cand. 47
Stu. Co. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 17 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres,
37 FCA 47 FHA 1,2,3,4 off. 3,4, cab. 3,41 Band 1,2,3,
47 Mxd. Chrs. 1,2,3,47 Girls Glee 1,2,3,47 Music En-
semble 1,2,3,47 Accompanist 1,2,3,47 School Musical
1,2,3,47 Pag. Solo 4, alt. 27 Yrbk. Editor 47 State Bank
ftudent Board 47 Valentine Queen 4.
LINDA COMPTON-Pwdr. Puff 37 All Sprts. Cand. 27 37
Stu. Co. 1,3,47 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, off. 17 FCA 47 Chrldr.
2,37 FHA 1,2,3,4, off. 1, cab. 2,3,47 Mxd. Chrs. 17 Dra
ma II, Trk. 1,2,3,4.
MARIE DeCOU-FHA 1,2,37 Girls Glee 2,3,4.
JERRY DODSON-Forgn. Lang. 47 Intramurals 2,3,47
BB 1,2,37 Trk. 1,2737 CC 1,2,3.
SHER RI DUR HA M-Band 17 Pom Pon 2,3,4, capt. 47
Girls Glee 1,2,3,47 Mxd. Chrs. 1,2,3,47 Stu. Co. 1,2,3,
47 FHA 1,2,3,47 Pres, 1,47 Vice-Pres. 3, cab. 27 Forgn.
Lang, 17 Kayettes 2,37 Pwdr. Puff 37 Drama I, Drama
II, Hmcming. Cand. 47 Pag. Cast 47 Musical 1,2,3,4.
STEVE EAGLE-FCA 27 FFA 1,2,47 Mxd. Chrs. 27 FB 1,27
Wrest. 17 Trk. 1.
MARIE FORTNER-Hmcming. Cand. 47 Stu. Co. 2,3,47
Pep Club 2,3,47 Kayettes 2,3,4, cab. 3,47 FHA 1, cab.
17 Mxd. Chrs. 3,47 Girls Glee 2,3,4: Music Club Sec.
3, Pres. 47 Pag. Solo 47 Drama I, Drama II, Debate 2,
3,47 Forensics 2,3,47 NFL Sec. 37 Vice-Pres. 47 Cad.
Teach. 47 Choral-Aires 47 Accomp. 2,3,4.
SAM GILLETTE-Pwdr. Puff Band Director 37 Stu. Co.
37 Band 2,3,4, off. 37 Pag. Cast 3,47 Drama I, Drama
II, Sci. Club 2,47 Art Club 27 Boys Glee 2,3,47 Mxd.
Chrs. 17 Radio and Television.
ALLEN GILSTRAP-Stu. Co. 47 FCA 2,3,47 Pag. Cast
2,47 Drama I, Drama II7 Debate 2,3,47 Forensics 2,3,47
Forgn. Lang. 2,3,47 Pres. 47 FB 1,2,3,4j Trk. 1,2,3,47
Wrest. 2,37 Radio and TV 4.
MARTIN GIPE-Mxd. Chrs. 37 Pag. Solo 37 Boys Glee
2,3,47 Refl. Staff 3.
SANDRA GORTON-Class off. 2,47 Pwdr. Puff capt. 37
Stu. Co. 1,37 Pep Club 1,2,3j Kayettes 3,4, cab. 4,
Pres. 47 FHA 17274, off. 1, cab. 2,37 Mxd. Chrs, 1,2,3,
47 Girls Glee 1,2,3,47 Music Council 47 Choral-Aires
3,47 Forgn. Lang. 27 Trk. 2,3,47 Volleyball Capt. 47
JON GRAHAM-Class off. 47 Pwdr. Puff Coach 37 Stu.
Co. 3,47 FCA 2,3,4 off 37 Mxd. Chrs. 2,3,47 Drama III
Sci. Club 47 FB 1,2,3,47 All. League Offense 47 Wrest.
2,37 BB. 17 Boys Glee 2,3,47 Verse Speaking Choir 47
Jr. High Asst. BB Coach 47 Crows Nest 3,4.
PAT GREEN-Stu. Co. 2,37 Mxd. Chrs. 3,47 Pag. Cast
37 BB 27 CC 2,37 Trk, 1,22 Boys Glee 2,3,4.
MIKE HARRELSON-Stu. Co. 2,37 FCA 2,3,4j Mxd. Chrs
3,47 Drama I, Drama II, Boys Glee 2,3,47 FB 1,3,47
Wrest. 17 Trk. 1,27 Crows Nest 3,4.
RICHARD HAWLEY-FFA 2,3, Forgn. Lang. 37 Art Club
3,47 Boys Glee 2,3,47 Wrest. 1.
DAVE HOGAN-Pep Club 47 FCA 2,3,4j Mxd. Chrs. 3,
47 Music Council 4, Pag. Solo 47 Pag. Cast 47 Drama I,
Drama II7 Sci. Club 2,3,47 Forgn. Lang. 17 Art Club
2,37 Refl. Staff 37 Yrbk Staff Photog. 47 Student Train-
er 2,37 Cad Teach 47 Boys Glee 1,2,47 Radio and TV
RANDY HUCKINS-Stu. Co. 17 Band 1,2,3,47 Boys Glee
47 Intramurals 3,4.
SHARALYN HUTTON-Pwdr. Puff 37 Pep Club 1,2,3,47
Kayettes 2,3,4, cab. 3,47 FFA 2,3,47 FHA 1,2,37 Mxd.
Chrs. 2,47 Girls Glee 2,3,4, Drama I, Drama II, Debate
47 Forensics 47 Sci. Club 3,4, Art Club 1,2,37 Trk. 1,27
37 Cad Teach. 3,47 Volleyball 47 FFA Hort. Team 3,47
Choral-Aires Alt. 4.
BRAD KING-Class Pres, 37 Boys State alt. 37 Pwdr.
Puff Chrldr. 37 Valentine King 37 FCA 2,3,4, Pres, 47
FFA 2,37 Stu. Co. 47 Band 17273747 Mxd. Chrs. 3747
Music Council 47 Pag. Solo 3,47 Boys Glee 3,47 Music
Ensemble 47 Music II 47 Drama I, Drama II7 School
Musical 3,47 FB 17273747 Capt. 47 BB 17273747 capt.
4, Trk. 1,273,4.
BETTY KNOWLES-Pwdr. Puff 37 Drama II, Forgn.
Lang. 27 Debate 47 Yrbk. Staff 47 Cad. Teach 4.
DAVID LEFFERD-Band 17273747 FB 1.
DANNY LETTER MAN-FFA 1,27 Art Club 2737 Boys
ARTHUR LEWIS-FFA 1,3747 An Club 4.
MIKE LOWNIAN-Stu. co. 47 Art club 4, off. 4.
KEVIN McCLAYLAND-Band 1,2,3,47 Mxd. Chrs. 3747
Drama I7 Boys Glee 3747 Pwdr. Puff Pom Pon girl 37
Wrest. 17273747 capt. 4,
NANCY McDONALD-Pwdr. Puff 37 FFA-FHA Royalty
attn. 27 Stu. Co. 37 Pep Club 1727 Kayettes 27374, off,
3747 cab. 3747 FFA 273,47 FHA 37 Mxd. Chrs. 27 Girls
Glee 2,3,47 Sci. Club 27 Forgn. Lang. 17 Art Club 2,
374. off. 37 Trk. 17273.
JANET MCGINNIS-Pwdr. Puff 37 Kayettes 273,47 cab.
3,47 FHA 1727 off. 17 Drama I7 Drama II7 Art Club 2,
Cad. Teach. 3,47 Trk. 172.
PATTY MAHAN-Stu. Co. 37 Pep Club 17 Kayettes 47
FHA 1727 Mxd. Chrs. 37 Girls Glee 27374.
VICKY MATLOCK-Pwdr. Puff 37 Kayettes 172737 cab.
3, FHA 1, cab. 17 Sci. Club 3747 Forgn. Lang. 27374,
TERRI MATNEY-Pep Club 17 Kayettes 47 FHA 17 Girls
Glee 2737 Refl. Staff 37 Yrbk. Staff 47 Cad. Teach 37
Music Club 2.
BARRY MELLEN-Class Vice-Pres. 173747 Pwdr. Puff
Chrldr. 37 Stu. Co. 47 FCA 273747 treas. 47 Band 17273,
47 Mxd. Chrs. 17273747 Music Council 37 Sci. Club 47
report. 47 Forgn. Lang. 17 Yrbk Staff 47 Boys Glee 17
273747 Music II 47 FB 17273747 capt. 47 BB 17273747
capt. 47 Trk. 1,273,4.
MITCH NEUENSCHWANDER-Class off. 27 FFA-FHA
Royalty Attn. 37 FCA 27 FFA 3747 Band 17 Mxd. Chrs.
17273747 Drama I, Drama II7 Refl. Staff 37 Boys Glee
17273747 FB 1,27 BB 1727 Trk. 17 Crows Nest 3747 Stu.
Co. 2,3,47 off. 4.
STEVE ODELL-Stu. Co. 27 FCA 2,3,47 Mxd. Chrs. 3,
47 Drama II7 Boys Glee 273,47 FB 17273747 All League
Off. and Def., All State Hon. Mention 47 BB 17273747
Trk. 17273747 Music II 47 Valentine King 4.
JEAN OGDEN-Pep Club 17 Kayettes 47 FHA 17 Mxd.
Chrs. 37 Girls Glee 3,42 Forgn. Lang. 3.
NAN OGLE-Pep Club 17 FHA 1727 Girls Glee 2,3,47
Forgn. Lang. 37 Trk. 2.
DEB OSBORNE-Girls State 37 Pwdr. Puff 37 Hmcming
1975 SENIOR INDEX
Cand. 47 Stu. Co. 273,47 Pep Club 17273747 Pres. 47 FCA
47 FHA 17273747 off. 37 cab. 2,37 Mxd. Chrs. 273747 Girls
Glee 17273747 Pom Pon 2,3747 Pag. Solo 47 Drama I7 De-
bate 2737 Forgn. Lang. 172, off. 27 Choral-Aires 3747
Trk. 273,47 Gym. 4.
LARRY PALMER-FFA-FHA Royalty Cand. 27 Stu. Col.
17 FFA 17273747 off. 47 Mxd. Chrs. 2,37 Music Council
47 Art Club 27 Trk. 17 Boys Glee 2,3,47 FB Mang, 1.
LEAH PARNELL-FHA 1,2737 Forgn. Lang. 47 Art Club
VINCE PER DUE
ROGER REED-Pwdr. Puff chrldr. 37 FCA 2,37 Band 1727
37 Mxd. Chrs. 273747 Pag. Cast 273747 Drama I7 Drama
II7 Art Club 17273747 vice. pres. 47 Boys Glee 17273747
FB 17273747 Wrest. 17 BB 2,37 mang. 47 Trk. 1737 All
League FB Team 47 Crows Nest 374.
MARK RELPH- Mxd. Chrs. 37 Drama II7 Art Club 37
Boys Glee 27374.
PAM RELPH-Pwdr. Puff 37 Valentine Royalty Cand. 27
Pep Club 172 off. 17 Kayettes 2,3,47 FHA 17273747 off.
17 cab. 17 Girls Glee 2,3,47 Music Council 37 Refl.
VIRGINIA RELPH-Pwdr. Puff 37 Hmcming Queen 47
Stu. Co, 17273747 Pep Club 17273747 sec. 47 Kayettes 47
cab. 47 FHA 1727 Mxd. Chrs. 2,3747 Girls Glee 2,3747
Music Council 47 Pag. Solo 37 Pag. Char. 47 Drama II7
Debate 1,27 Forensics 17273747 NFL off. 27 Refl. Staff
37 Yrbk. Staff 47 Track 37 Intramurals 17273747 School
Musical 17273747 Choral-Aires 27374.
DAVID ROETS-Pwdr. Puff Coach 37 Stu. Col. 17273747
FCA 2,3,47 Mxd. Chrs. 17273747 Music Council 47 Pag.
Cast 47 Drama I, Drama II7 Boys Glee 2,3,47 FB 172737
BB 1,2,3: Trk. 1.
MARTY ROSEBERRY-FCA 2737 Mxd. Chrs. 2,37 Music
Council 27 Drama II7 Boys Glee 2,37 FB 17273747 All-
League Team 3,47 capt. 47 BB 1,2737 Trk. 2,37 Crows
JACK ROW-FFA 1,2,3,47 Boys Glee 172.
DEBBIE SCOTT-Pwdr. Puff 37 Hmcming Cand. 47 All
Sprts. Cand. 3747 Stu. Co. 17273747 off. 1,3747 Pep Club
1,2,3,4: Chrldr. 1,2747 FCA 47 Kayettes 27 FHA 17273747
off. 3,47 cab 273747 Music Council 37 Band 1,27 Mxd.
Chrs. 1'2,3,47 Girls Glee 17273747 Pom Pon 37 Music
Ens. 1,3747 Drama I7 Drama II7 Forgn. Lang. 27 Yrbk.
Staff 47 Trk. 17273747 Golf, 47 Gymnas. 3747 Cad. Teach
DONNA SHELTON-Class off. 1,27 All Sports Cand. 2,
37 Val. Royalty attn. 37 Stu. Co. 1,2737 off. 1,37 Pep
Club 17273747 Chrldr. 1,2,3,4: Kayettes 2,3,47 FHA 17
2,3,47 Girls Glee 2,3,47 Drama II7 Trk7 273,47 Gymnas.
BOB SHOAF-Boys State7 Stu. Co. 1,47 FCA 2,3,47 Sci.
Club 2,3,47 off. 47 Forgn. Lang. 1727 Pwdr. Puff Cand.
37 FB 1,2,3,47 BB 17273747 Trk. 1,273,4.
JOANNE SHOAF-Pwdr. Puff 37 Pep Club 1,2,37 FHA 1,
27 FFA 1,2,47 Girls Glee 1,2,3,47 Sci. Club 37 Kayettes
2,3,4, cab. 3,4.
VAREE SIERMAN-Pwdr. Puff Capt. 37 stu. co. 1,2,3,47
Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Kayettes 2,3,4, off. 3,4, cab, 3,47
FHA 1,2,3,4, off. 1, cab. 1,2,47 Band 1,2,3,47 Mxd.
Chrs. 47 Girls Glee 47 Sci. Club 3,47 Forgn. Lang. 27
KATHY SMITH-Hmcming cand. 47 Stu. Co. 37 Pep
Club 1,2,3,47 Kayettes 2,3,4, off. 4, cab, 3,42 FHA 1,
2,3,47 Mxd. Chrs. 47 Girls Glee 47 Drama I, Drama II,
Debate 1,2,37 NFL 37 Forgn. Lang. 37 Art Club 37 Refl.
Staff 37 Yrbk. Staff 47 Cad. Teach. 3,4.
PAM SPEAKS-Class treas. 37 Pwdr. Puff 37 Stu. Co. 47
Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Kayettes 2,3, treas. 3, cab 37 FHA
1,2,3,47 off. 1, cab. 47 Mxd. Chrs. 2,37 Girls Glee 2,37
Pom Pon 3,47 Sci. Club 47 Verse Speaking Choir 47 In-
tramurals 1,2,3,47 Trk. 2.
ROGER SPOON-Pep Club 47 FCA 27 Sci. Club 2,3,47
Forgn. Lang. 27 Art Club 2,37 Yrbk. Photog. 47 FB
Mang. 2,3,47 Wrest. mang. 2,37 BB mang. 17 Trk.
mang, 1,2,37 Boys Glee 3,4.
PAUL SUMNER-Pwdr. Puff Coach 37 Stu. Co. 2,3,47
FFA 17 Mxd. Chrs. 1,27 Drama I, FB 1,2,3, capt, 17
Crows Nest 4,3.
ROBERT TAYLOR-Class off. 1,27 Boys State alt. 37
Stu. Co. 1,2,3,4, Vice-pres, 3, Pres. 47 FCA 2,3,47
Mxd. Chrs. 2,37 Sci. Club 2,37 Forgn. Lang. 17 Boys
Glee 2,3,47 Pwdr. Puff Coach 37 FB 1,2,3,4j Wrest. 1,
2,3,47 Trk. 2,3,47 Crows Nest 3,4.
TERRY TINDLE-FFA 1,2,3,4.
TIM TINDLE-FFA 1,2,3,4.
DIANA WILLIAMSON-Mxd. Chrs. 1,27 Girls Glee 1,2,
3,4, Art Club 2,37 cad, Teach, 2,2-,4.
MERRILL WILSON-FFA 1,2,3,4, off. 1,2,3,47 Mxd.
Chrs. 27 Boys Glee 1,2.
PHILIP WOOTEN-FFA 3,47 Art Club 3,4, Pres. 47 Boys
Glee 27 FB 17 Wrest. 1,27 CC 27 Trk. 1.
RHONDA WILLARD-FHA 1,27 Girls Glee 2,37 Trk. 2.
Adams, Larry 22,41,53
Adkins, Lance 17,54
Adkins, Renee 22,54
Albin, Kathy 17,36,43,44,55
Anderson, Donnie 22,54
Apollo, Danny 10,47
Atkinson, Doreen 10,54,60,89
Baker, Cris 10,34,35,36,38,84
Baker, Diana 10
Baker, Jim 22
Ballinger, Debra 22,43,50
Ballinger, Kathy 22,44,49
Bambick, Betty 22,35,36,37,4O,41,43,78,79,86,80
Bambick, Bobby 10,16,40,41,71,72
Bambfck, Patty 17,21,35,3e,3a,4o,41,43,7s,79,ae,eo,s1
Banks, Cindy 22,48,49
Barton, Mark 17
Batson, Walt 17,41,48,70,77
Bayles, Bob 17,41,42,52,71,72,74
Beadles, Kristi 17,35,36,37,41,44,45,47,4s,49,53,58,78
Berger, Rodney 17,48,58
Biggs, Tommy 10,54
Bloodworth, Farrellynn 22,35,36,37,43,44,45,49,53,78
Bloodworth, Patti 17,36,42,44,48,49,53,58,78
Bobb, Howard 17
Boden, Daryl 17,21,35,39,42,7O,77
Boicourt, Greg 22,41,48,52,47,70,77
Boicourt, Michel 17,21,35,36,37,41,43,48,49,58,78
Bradley, Diana 1O,44,49,55,60
Brockway, Marilee 22,39
Brunker, Carol 1O,44,45,55
Bumgarner, Toni 17
Busch, Bobby 1O,39,42,50
Busch, Dolores 17,43
Carlton, Ann 22,43,54
Carlton, Brenda 17
Carr, Marsha 22,43,44
Chambers, Charlotte 18,35,36,37,41,43,44,48,49,58,78
Chapman, Susie 10,16,35,36,39,44,48,49,51,55,57,84
Chase, Connie 22,43,48,49
Chism, Debra 1O,44,49,55,56
Chism, Robin 18,44,49
Clark, David 18,36,50,52,48,58
Claus, Melinda 11,44,49
Cline, Ed 22,41,70,74
Cole, Annette 18,36,39,43,44,48,49,53,55
collins, Kathi 11,16,35,36,41,44,48,49,5O,52,60,84,87,
Compton, Linda 11,35,36,41,44,57,78,86,89,81
Comtpon, Marcia 22,35,36,37,41,78,86
Cook, Jeannie 18,36,41,78
Cox, Toni 22,43,44,55
Craig, Vicki 18,43,49
Culbertson, Max 18,46,47,70
Cullison, Rex 22
Cunningham, Tony 23,70,74
Damet, Dale 23,39,42,70,75,76,77
Damet, Marrill 43,54
Davis, Beverly 18,48,49
DeCou, Marie 11,49
Doane, Donna 18
Doane, Donnie 23
Dodson, Jerry 11,43
Duckworth, Toni 18,36,44,45,53,58
Dunn, Jim 23
Dunsworth, James 23
Durham, Sherri 10,11,12,36,37,41,44,48,49,57,84,89
Eagle, Steve 11,47
Ecton, Barbara 23,36,42,44,49,53
Ecton, Billy 41,46,47,7O,76,77
Ecton, Dwight 18,46,47
Elder, Jeff 23,47,53,70,74
Engstrom, Rex 23
Erbe, Charletta 23,36,48,49,78,80,81
Ervin, Russell 18,52,56,58
Evans, Jeanna 34,36,58
Ferguson, Cindy 23,36,44,48,49
Ferguson, Dennis 18,42,46,47
Ferguson, Mike 18,41,48,5O,70,76,77
Ferguson, Ricky 23,41,54,61,70,72 '
Fitzmorris, Lori 18,34,35,36,40,41,42,53,82,80
Fortner, Marie 11,35,36,39,48,49,55,57,84
Fraser, John 23,54
Frey, Kathryn 18,35,41,43,48,49,54
Friend, Rita 23,44,49
Gillette, Malcom 11,42,48,57
Gillen, Robin 17,23,36,37,43,44,49,78,79,80,81
Gillen, Valerie 18,36,44,48,49
Gilstrap, Allen 11,13,35,40,41,51,57,71
Gipe, Martin 11
Glasgow, Gary 23
Gorton, Larry 23,47
Gorton, Sandra 10,11,44,48,49,55,78,80
Graham, Gloria 18,21,35,36,37,41,48,49,60
Graham, Jon 10,11,41,35,57,71,95
Green, Donna 23,44,49,55
Green, Pat 11,48
Gulick, Karen 18
Hankins, Deb 23,49,54,55,78
Harkrader, Randal 18,19,49,52
Harrelson, Angela 18,19,36,38,48,49,82
Harrelson, Mike 11,41,48,57,71,89
Hawley, Richard 48
Hendry, Dale 23,47
Hobleman, Rita 23,42,49,53,80,81
Hogan, David 11,13,36,42,48,49,57,6O
Horney, Bart 18,43,52,58
Houser, Tami 19,44,48,49,55,60
Huckins, Randy 12,52,89
Hufford, Junior 23
Huguenin, Ricky 22,23,52
Hunt, Randy 19,41,43,58,70,72
Huser, Geralyn 19,21,35,36,43,44,49,52
Hutton, Laura 23,36,42,44,45,48,49,55
Hutton, Sharalyn 12,36,42,47,48,49,55,57,78
Jackson, LaDonna 19,43,49
Jones, Bruce 23,7O,76,77
Jones, David 19,41,47,70,76,77
Jordan, John 19,41,58,70,76,77
Joy, Leland 23,54
Kelley, Pat 19,35,41,43,70,72
Key, Bryan, 19
Kibby, Gail 23,43
Kimzey, Beth 19,21,35,36,43,44,45,48,49,52
King, Brad 12,16,35,4O,41,48,49,5O,52,57,71,72,
King, Cheryl 23,36,44,52,55,87
Kitchens, Kelly 23,77
Knowles, Betty 12,39,57,60
Lakin, Brian 24,54
Lance, Bylinda 19
Larkin, Mike 19,41,48,50,56,70
Larkin, Vickie 24,49
Lassley, Bonnie 12
Leckey, Don 24,41,54,70
Lefferd, David 12,52
Letterman, Danny 12
Letterman, Debbie 19
Lewis, Arthur 12,54
Lowman, Mike 12,35,54
Mader, Richard 24
Mahan, Patty 12,49,55,56
Mallernee, Sherri 19,34,35,41,43,48,49,53,55
Mast, Ronald 24,47,70
Matlock, Cheryl 24,36,42,44,45,53
Matlock, Vicky 12,42,43,55
Matlock, Wayne 24,54,70
Matney, Connie 19,48,49,54
Matney, Kenneth 12,56
Matney, Mike 19
Matney, Paul 24,35,43,77
Matney, Terri 13,55
Maxwell, Terry 19,47,6O
Mayeske, Beverly 24,42,44,48,49,55
Mellen, Barry 10,13,35,4o,41,42,4a,5o,s2,eo,71,72,73
Mellen, Brian 19,35,4O,41,42,48,50,43,52,70,72,73,87
Mellen, Geri Ann 24,36,43,53,78,79
Metzger, Roxanna 24,44,49,52,78
Millar, Donna 19
Miller, Cheryl 23,24,35,36,41,48,49,56
Miller, Kathy 19,43,45,49,58
Miller, Kevin 20,40,41,48,50,70,72
Mitchell, Tim 24,52
Moffatt, Vickie 44
Morgan, Darla 24
McBride, Steve 19,41,58,71
McClayland, Kevin 13,48,52,77
McDonald, Nancy 13,47,49,54,55
McGinnis, Janet 13,55,57
Neill, Bruce 23,24,35,54,70,87
Neuenschwander, Mitch 13,34,35,47,48,57,84,95
Nevitt, Leslie 20,41,42,43,44,49,37,78,87
Newland, John 43,48
Nightengale, Belinda 24,48,49
Norton, Becky 24,35,44,48,49,54,61
Odell, Steve 13,41,48,72,73,71,87,89
Ogden, Jean 13,55
Ogden, Russell 24
Ogle, Nan 13,55
Ogle, Gene 20,41,48
Olenhouse, Dan 24,74
Ong, Dan 24,41
osberne, Deb 13,16,35,36,37,41,44,48,49,58,84,86,
Page, Helen 16,20
Palmer, Larry 13,47
Parnell, Leah 13,43
Payne, Jerry 20
Perdue, Vince 14
Porter, Billy 2O,41,47,70,77
Porter, Earl 24,47,70,77
Powers, Nick 20,43
Preble, Richard 24,54,56
Pressley, Belinda 23,24,35,44,45,48,49
Price, Peggy 24,54
Rassmussen, Dave 20
Ratzlaff, Cindy 20,36,38,41,58,78
Ratzlaff, Randy 24,41,70,77,81
Reed, Cindy 24,44,49,54,78
Reed, Donita 24,35,49
Reed, Roger 14,50,54,57,71,72,95
Reed, Sam 20,34,35,39,43,48,49,58
Relph, Mark 14,57
Relph, Pam 14,44
Relph, Virginia 14,35,36,48,49,50,51,55,57,60,84
Richardson, Denise 24,36,37,41,44,45,48,49
Rios, Buddy 56 A
Robertson, Kenton 20,14,48,50,70,72
Robinson, Brenda 20,21,35,36,37,39,42,44
Robinson, Cheryl 14
Robinson, Ricky 20,42,43
Roets, David 14,34,57
Rogers, David 24,41,52,70,74
Romig, Terry 14,42
Roseberry, Marty 14,41,57,71,95
Row, Jack 14,47
Row, Rosemary 24,49
Sanderson, Pat 25
Scanlan, Kevin 25,41,52
scoff, Deb 12,14,35,36,38,41,44,45,48,49,57,60,82,84,
Scott, Margaret 25,49,54
Seiwert, John 25,48,52
Shafer, Kristi 25,36,41,43,48,49,81
Sharp, Gerald 25,47,52,7O,74
Shelton, Donna 15,16,36,38,44,57
Shelton, Rodney 20,41,70
Shinkle, Bobby 25,47,76,77
Shinkle, Cindy 25,44
Shinkle, Jeanna 20,35,36,41,42,49,58,78
Shinkle, Sherlene 20,36,41,42,49,58,78
Shoaf, Bob 15,16,35,40,41,42,71,72
Shoaf, Joanne 15,36,44,49,55
Shogren, Sharon 12,17,20,36,38,41,43,48,82
Short, Brad 47
Shue, Cindy 20,36
Sidlinger, Margie 25,36,44,49,53
Sierman, Varee 15,35,36,42,44,45,48,49,52,55
Sissom, Randy 25,56
Smith, Kathy 15,36,39,48,49,44,55,57,60,84
Smith, Pam 20,35,36,38,41,43,52,58,79,78,86
Smith, Patty 25,35,36,37,41,43,49,53,80
Smith, Ricky 25,70,74
Speaks, Pam 15,35,36,37,42,44,45,49
Speaks, Shelley 23,25,36,37,44,45,43,48,49,53,78,79,
Speaks, Sonya 25,36,48,49,78
Speer, Fraya 25,52
Spohn, Roger 25,52
Spoon, Roger 15,36,42,60
Starmer, Rocky 41,70,75,77
Stephens, Brad 42,46,47,53,71,72
Stidham, Tim 25,47
Stiles, Brad 25,43,48,54,70,74
Stotts, Teresa 25,36,43,44,48,49,55,78
Sumner, Paul 15,95
Taylor, Robert 15,16,34,35,41,71,76,77,88,95
Thomas, Natalie 17,20,35,36,37,41,58,82,86,80,81
Tierce, Deb 25,39,35,43
Tindle, Barry 25,47
Tindle, Terry 15,47,54
Tindle, Tim 16,47
Varner, Mary 36,42,44,48,49,53,55,78,80,81
Wacker, Richard 25,54
Wadel, Verle 21
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Walker, Rhonda 21,44,49
Wallace, Cindy 21,36,49
Wallace, Clipper 25
Watson, Lisa 21,49
Weber, Donna 21,36,43,44,45,52,55,58
Wewer, Becky 25
White, Dixie 25,43,44,55
White, Tami 21,35,36,41,49,58,78
Whitehead, Tammy 25
Willard, Nancy 21,36,42,44,45,49
Willard, Neil 21,42
Willard, Rhonda 16
Williams, Don 16
Williamson, Diana 16
Wilson, Bryan 25,41,70,77
Wilson, Merrill 16,46,47
Wire, Eldon 21,40,41,52,74
Wolf, Allen 25,41,47,52,74
Wooten, Paul 25
Wooten, Philip 16,54
Yeoman, Dave 25,44
Young, Sharon 25,36,44,53
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Fifteenth Street Market and Service
First National Bank
Fredonia Locker and Meat Market
Hutton and Cook Real Estate
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Murphey Electric, Inc.
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