Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)
- Class of 1968
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THE WILDCAT Md V 7 ' J ' l liM 1 i rap n 1 t g 1 In Review NATIONAL EVENTS 1- On March 9, President Johnson presents the Medal of Honor to Spec. 6 Lawrence Joel, the first medic to win the nation ' s highest award for military gallantry. 2, In October, thousands of anti-Vietnam-war protest marchers descended on Washington, D. C. and created scenes like this at the mall entrance of the Pentagon. 3 Astronauts Virgil I. Grissom, Edward H. White and Roger B. Chaffee died at Cape Kennedy on January 27 when fire broke out in their Apollo capsule. 4. On September 9, Debra Dene Barnes, Moran. Kan- sas, was chosen Miss America 1968. Debra was the second Miss Kansas in a row to win this high honor. 5. This young lady is holding six pieces of high-reso lution film, called chips, developed by IBM All of Shakespeare ' s works can be recorded on six chips. 6. This aircraft of the future, the 231-foot Boeing 747, will someday carry 490 passengers at 625 m.p.h., thus enabling air fares to be reduced. 7. In August, flood waters of the Ctiena River in Alaska caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage. Fif- teen thousand residents of Fairbanks were evacuated. 8. In July. 4,700 Federal troops were called in to suppress noting in Detroit. Michigan. Many other cities experienced similar riots during 1967. 9. On November 9, following years of preparation and the expenditure of billions of dollars, the first giant Saturn rocket was launched from Cape Kennedy. 10. UCLA ' s basketball team, featuring 7-foot, 2-inch Lew Alcindor. was undefeated in 1967 and could con- ' ceivably set an all time win record during 1958. 11. Secretary Robert C. Weaver looks over a possible solution to part of the pollution problem, a minicar which features a small gasoline-electric engine 12. In January, a record-smashing 26 inches of snow fell in Chicago in 29 hours and brought the entire area to a virtual standstill for more than a week. ,•■ ' MuivANE $mm Bm i cnoot NE was !W J L MULVANE HS MEDIA CENTER 1900 N. RockRd. Mulvane. Kansas 67110 MULVANE Muivd.. " CENTER o vjzno THE 1968 WILDCAT MULVANE HIGH SCHOOL FOREWORD ALMA MATER Even though the seniors of 1968 ended four years of high school with a tornado alert during the graduation ceremony, we leave as graduates with regret. In appreciation to our administrators, teachers, parents and classmates, we proudly present the 1968 Wildcat. Across the fields of waving grain There stands our high school called Mulvane, Alma Mater will shine bright And always be our guiding light. Through the halls oui laughter rings, Above the wars what peace it brings. God protect our precious claim And always watch o ' er dear Mulvane. G. C. Daniels Class of 1955 CONTENTS Administration 3 Classes 9 Seniors 9 Juniors 21 Sophomores 25 Freshmen 29 Organizations 33 Annual Staff 4I Band 42 Debate 40 F.F.A 36 F.H.A 37 Kayettes 35 Kays 34 Librarians 4I M-Club 46 National Honor Society 39 Pep Club 47 Quill Type 48 Student Council 38 Vocal Music 44 Athletics 5I Basketball 56 Cross - Country 60 Football 52 Track 58 School Life 61 Graduation 75 Junior-Senior Prom 66 Memorial Page 64 Royalty 62 Senior Awards 74 Snapshots 67 Athletic Snaps 76 Band Snaps 70 Faculty Snapshots 6 Freshman Snaps T! General Snaps 68 General Snaps 78 Howard ' s Supermarket Snaps 84 Junior Snaps 67 Mulvane IGA Snaps 86 Senior Baby Pictures 72 Senior Snaps 69 Sophomore Snaps 71 LEFT TO RIGHT-Dr. L, •Heersche, John B. Tarr, H. Cobb, Ira Hall, Roy Coleman, Charles A. Robert Speer, President. Gibson, Superintenden t, Winifred ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY CHARLES A. GIBSON Superintendent of Schools BETTY BOREN Secretary and Bookkeeper OUR SUPERINTENDENT PROVIDES LEADERSHIP To the Students of Mulvane High School: I feel quite honored and privileged to be asked to write in this annual. Even though this is my first year as Superin- tendent of Schools you have made me feel as if I had been in the system for many years. To those of you graduating I challenge each of you to make the most of your opportunities. You can become what you want to become. For some this means a lot of hard work and seemingly unrewarding efforts for the time spent study- ing; while for others it is no effort at all. The important thing is to do what you enjoy doing. To close I would like to quote a few lines of a poem by an unknown author. These Are The Things Not what we have --but what we use; Not what we see, but what we choose -- Not what seems fair, but what is true. Not what we dream, but what we do-- Not what we take, but what we give. Not as we pray, but as we live-- These are the things that mar or bless The sum of human happiness. Sincerely, Charles A. Gibson Superintendent of Schools 2 Trudy Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, and Kathy Gibson at home . The Pep Club President pesters Mr. Gibson. PRINCIPAL DIRECTS STUDENT BODY PRINCIPAL ' S MESSAGE It is a pleasure for me to extend congratulations to the Senior Class of 1968, the undergraduates and all of those who are interested in Mulvane High School. The work of the high school goes on steadily from year to year as the invitation to learning is accepted and new experiences are shared. With a common effort under conditions of mutual confidence and re- spect, the tradition of good citizenship and scholarship is carried on. Sincerely, c C, Lyle E. Couch, Principal Mulvane High School LYLE C. COUCH Principal JEAN SHAW Secretary JOAN McKINNEY Secretary Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Couch, Kyle, and Ronda at home. MULVANE FACULTY RONALD f A IVIES DAVIE ROBERT GLASER WILLIAM WARREN ADKINS Boys ' P.E. Mat±iematics PARKER TOWNSEND Counselor ' ssistant Football Science Mathematics Vocal Music MERNA BUTTERWORTH Foreign Language; MARGARET DAVIE Girls ' P.E. ADA JAAX English IV TED POWERS Band DONNA TRAVIS English II MICHAEL CASE LILYAN JOE JOHNSON ROBERT CARSON WARD Social Science ERICKSON Librarian Science SCHREINER Industrial Arts Mathematics VICKI CASE BILL ROGER LOUSCH ROBERT JERRY WEBSTEP English I FAIRCHILD Social Science SHERADEN Commerce Driver Education Football Speech Basketball HAZEL CRAIG Home Econoinics MARILYN GEORGE Commerce JEROME A. NELSON Social Science FRANCIS SHOUP Vocational Agriculture MOLLY WHITE English III SPECIAL SERVICES I Mary Evans, Mary Atkins and Ethel Walker, cooks f Porter Richards Janitor Ben Kopsa Janitor Bus Drivers 1 1 Pete Wing Ron Adkins Neal Carney (Left to Right), Lee Howard, Morse Satterthwaite, Dean Mills, J. C. Hinds, Ben Kopsa, Tony Rico, Geneva Young, and James Slavens. SENIORS f RICK ANTLE RUTH BARTUNEK STEVE BAKER KAREN BLODGETT LOUIS BOLES TERRY BALLY CHPUS BLUMENSHINE A RGE BOHANNON 10 JON BOREN DAVID BUTCHER WELDON CARMICHAEL HAROLD BUTCHER MARGARET CARSON DERRELL CLARK UNDA CARLTON NORMA CHURCH SHIRLEY CHURCH II GARY COLLINGS LINDA CORKERY MIKE DAVIS PRESIDENT HARRY ELS TUN LEROY DUDLEY 12 RON ENGLEMAN CATHY FAGAN DEBBY FISHER GLORIA FARBER LEWIS FLAGLER VICE PRESIDENT PAULA FARBER MIKE FUNN DENECE GENT RONNIE GARRETT 13 THELMA GRIEVE GEORGE GUNNELS CAROL HARCROW BILLY HEIRD JULIAN HEERSCHE m JOHN HARTLEY WARREN HEITMAN BRUCE HOWLETT JUDY HOWARD 14 DEBBIE IRWIN MARY JO LATTANZIO 15 SHERRILL LAYTON JAY LEATHER2VIAN REX Mcknight TRAGI MILLEN LOW RANGE UNDA LYNGH ROBBIE McPHERSON PAUL MELCHER MARVIN MILLER KENT MILLER 16 BRENDA MOYERS TOM REDINGER 17 BEVERLY SARGEANT ANITA SMITH KAREN SMITH •3 «--u. ..rnb». THOMAS UTT 19 JOHN WHITLEY DICA LEE WILLIAMS GARY WILSON KAYE WILSON ROGER WRIGHT SALLY WRIGHT Linda Albright Jack Beck Rickey Bell Vada Bergen Roger Brown Cheryl Bruner Hal Calcote Jill Campbell (Secretary) Brenda Canady Steven Cheuvront 4 - ; h Coyd Church Rick Cowel Barry Davis Donna Delcamp Debi Denney Douglas Dorey Johnny Duke Tanya Famey James Garms Carol Greathouse Julie Hagg Betty Hayes Charles Harreld Judy He mb roll (Treasurer) Dale Hendry Nancy Hightower Fred Hink Janet Humphrey Diane Hunnicutt Beverly Irwin Danny Jones Larry Jones Leland Jones Brenda Kees Bruce Kelley Nancy Kemp Judy Kimble Hal Kopsa Steve Kuntz (President) (Stu Co) Joyce Lassley Karen Lawson Barbara Long Billy Longnecker Jeannine Martin Chuck Masters (Vice President) Debby Mazzanti Ronnie McDonald Mike McKee Peggy Melton Stephen Miller Phil Morgan John Moses Rose Nelson Linda Nida Norris Palmer Susan Pittman Marcia Pope Mavis Potts Greg Proctor Don Purcell Glennis Pursselly Richard Reder Mary Beth Redinger Cindy Richardson Gloria Rico (Stu Co) Brenda Rinker Jeanna Robinson Dian Rogers Don Royer Al Smith Becky Smith Detta Smith Bob Sommerhauser Morris Stout Brent Stull Elnora Stunkel Debi Tarr Florence Tharp Diana Thomas T Wayne Thompson Everett Ward Bette Wells Bill Wessels David Wilson Daryl Wine gar Roy Wright Phil Yacconi Roger Young 24 SOPHOMORES Jjl ft v: J ay r Ow ijL Dick Albright Gary Ayers Jeff Baker Janice Beck Billie Bergen Trice Blumenshine Carol Bohannon Carolyn Bolsinger Danny Brauser Karin Brown Ricky BrLish Kay Buchanan Deborah Burns Shelly Call Frank Carson Karla Clark Dennis Clasen Steve Cobb Carol CoUings Bob Crawford Jim Crawford Linda Darst Alene Davis Robert DeCaire Pamela Dorey David Douglas Steven Douglas Harold Dudley Steve Fagan Bob Farber Steve Flinn Barbara Foster Montie Frey Trudy Gibson Mark Gilbert Jeff Glass Glenn Glennie Nancy Godwin Steve Grieve Joan Grother Carl Hagg Ramona Harjo Susan Hartley Anne Harvey Stewart Heersche Nolan Heird Olen Heird Linda Herrman Ted Hill Karen Hink Tommy Howell Joyce Howlett Howard Humbolt Vaughn Humbolt Jean Humphrey Diana Johnson Marcia Jones Ronnie Jones Sylvia Kees Stephanie Kellough John Kelso Miner Kenard Karin Kessinger Dorcas Kight John Knight Debbie Kraus David Langlois Ray Langlois Connie Lattanzio Larry Learned Sue Lyndi Maria Masters Jerry McDonald Sandy McDonald Debbie McKnight Brenda Melcher Tommi Millen Melody Miller Susan Morgan Pat Moses Mike Musick Barbara Myers Debbie Niblack Steve Nichols " •ylvia Patton i arry Paxson Don Pering Sherry Pray Ted Pray ' Anita Price Norma Prins Ed Redinger Sherryl Reekie Richard Rico Sandra Rikli Sue Rinker Carolyn Rock Vicki Rogers Mary Jane Saxton Dan Selley Lewis Sisco Debbie Smith Matthew Smith Mike Smith Stephen Smith Tim Sommerhauser Kay Standley Debra Ste adman Timothy Strobel Raymond Sumpter Teresa Swart Janie Tatum Larry Taylor Fred Tefft Glenna Terrell Eddie Thomas Bill Titus Jerry Ward Steve Watkins Beckie Wedel Mike Wells Kerry West Richard Wharry Jim Whitley Lynetthe Wilder Jerry Wilson Rita Wilson Jeanne Wright Deborah Young Robert Zimmerman Bruce Bergmann Carol Akins Zoe Albers Mark Alvarez Terri Antle Kenneth Ayers Lynne Bales Galen Barnes Jeff Barton David Bodine Becky Boyd Becky Bradfield Roger Branine Sue Brush Mike Butcher Ronald Butcher Vera Butcher Sherri Burns Carol Butts Mike Campbell (Stu-Co) John Carney Debbie Carr Kirk Church Eddie Clasen Troy Cline Dan Cowel Gene Crow Ron Crow Randy Cummins Randy Daily Beth Davis Lollie Day Gary DeHaven Clark Dermey Alice Elstun Rick Farber (President) Mark Foster Kathy Garrett Bruce Glass Grace Gunnels Kathy Hale (Stu Co) Debbie Hamilton Michael Hansen Mark Hardison Del Hargrove Mary Harreld Tommy Heird Linda Hembroff Dan Herpolsheimei 30 Leslie Hess Deborah Hicks Gary Howell Dale Hukle Susan Hmmicutt Marsha Humbolt Claude Jenkins Don Jones T.J. Jones Paula Keely Tom Kemp Marsha Kerley Joyce Kimble Richard Klopfenstein Kathy Kraft Susan Labbe Re id Langford Corky Lashbrook Doug Langstaff Ricky Langstaff Craig Levering Patti Long Robin Longnecker James Loshesky Ste ve Love Raymond Lyon Kathy McDowell Mitch McKee (Vice President) LeeRoy Melton Janice Mies Gary Millen Elizabeth Miller Barbara Morgan Marci Morgan (Secretary) Steve Moses Max Nichols Buz Nye Sandra Patten Larry Parker Sharon Phillips Roimie Pierson Mike Potto rff Rex Pyeatt LaRell Ralstin Karen Reder Juanita Reekie Rosemary Rigney Eugene Rikli 31 Steven Rivera Norlen Roberts Karen Robinson Phil Roney Becky Sanchez Ann Sargeant Darla Schuessler Lark Scott Paul Scott Beth Schroeder Mike Schulte Katliy Shay Gary Show alter Tony Slavens Debbie Smith Eric Smith Rick Snider Dan Snyder Wayne Stauffer Joe Stites Curtis Stoffel Melvin Strait Don Stxuble Gracie Stunkel Donni Taylor Shirley Taylor Billy Tharp Helen Thomas Verneita Thompson Don Titus Kathy VanSickel Marcella Ward Carol Wayman Eddie Webb Jack Wessels Craig White (Treasurer) Carol Wharton Jim Wills Mike Winn Michael Wirths Lynda Wright Steve Wright Rommy Yacconi Randy Young 32 ORGANIZATIONS f. fsr- ' is - L KAY BOARD, STANDING: Richard Rico, Tom Cordingly, Gary Ayers, Matthew Smith, Steve Miller, Gary Wilson, Don Dame, Barry Davis, Stewart Heersche, Brent Stull, Tom Kemp. FRONT ROW: Mr. Nelson, Mrke Musick, Chuck Masters, Rick Antle, Steve Kuntz, Mr. Case. KAYS The Kansas Association for Youth for boys is the Kay Club. Their motto is " today for tomorrow " for which they practice group service for common goals in the areas of school, community, and world service projects. The club members sold scented candles at Christmas time and joined the Kayettes in sponsoring a clothing drive. Any boy enrolled in Mulvane High is eligible to become a member of the Kay Club. The sponsors of the group were Mr. Mike Case and Mr. Jim Davie. BACK ROW: Mr. Case, B. Nye, R. Snider, M. Campbell, C. Levering, L. Parker, G. Showalter, M. Winn, P. Roney, R. Crow, C. Church. FIFTH ROW: S. Wright, S. Love, E. Smitii, Z. Albers, D. Hargrove, D. Hukle, J. Barton, B. Tharp, J. Carney, R. Daily, R. Brown, T. Hill, Mr. Nelson. FOURTH ROW: M. Stout, R. Rice, D. Brauser, F. Carson, S. Watkins, R. Farber, R. Pearson, M. McKee, M. Musick, S. Heersche, J. Baker, T. Kemp, G. Proctor. THIRD ROW: R. Wharry, Steve Flinn, S. Cobb, B. Farber, G. Ayers, R. Sump- ter D. Selley, J. Crawford F. Tefft, J. Wilson, R. Jones, M. Gilbert, S. Nichols, T. Strobel, D. Dorey. SECOND ROW: S. Kuntz, S. Miller, R. Wright, C. Masters, B. Davis, T. Jones, M. McKee, B. Sommer- hauser, J. Beck, B. Longnecker, L. Jones, D. Wilson, L. Jones, B. Kelley, T. Cordingly, R. Reder. FRONT ROW: H. Elstun, T. Bally, J. Heersche, B. Smith, D. Stull, G. Collings, R. Antle, R. Lawson, S. Baker, G. Wilson, J. Boren, D. Dame, B. Hewlett, J. Whitley, W. Heitman, A. Smith, J. Garms. 1! ' ELCOMEYOU MULVAHE KAYETTE BOAFID, THIRD ROW: Debbie Irwin, Traci Millen Lowrance , Sherry Senter, Gloria Farber, Susan Sharpe, Janet Humphrey. SECOND ROW: Barbara Long, Debbie Kraus, Bette Wells, Anita Smith, Karen Koepcke, Dorothy Taylor, Evelyn Rock, Gloria Rico. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Travis, Sponsor; Jean Humphrey, Angelee Johns, Mary Beth Showalter, Jill Campbell, Beverly Irwin. Foreign Exchange Student ■ " 1| KAYETTES Serving the community and school is the main objective of Kayettes. This year the club has been quite successful in fulfilling its goal for it has sponsored a clothes drive to save the Children ' s Federation, placed a Kayette sign beside the highway welcoming visitors to Mulvane, provided each car in the school parking lot with a safety sticker, sold candy to raise money, and received a 3, 000-point award for projects during the year. Mrs. Donna Travis, who has sponsored Kayettes since 1956, has devoted much of her time to help make our club a success. BACK ROW: p. Long, K. Hale, C. Butts, K. Shay, B. Davis, G. Stunkel. SIXTH ROW: D. Taylor, S. Taylor, L. Wright L. Wayman, M. Masters, D- Niblack, K. Brown, N. Godwin, T. Gibson, S. Call, B. Wedel. FIFTH ROW: L. Bales, M. Humbolt, T. Blumenshine , B. Melcher, S. Rikki , D. Kraus, C. Rock, C. Collings, J. Humphrey, A. Harvey, L. Herrman, S. Fatten. FOURTH ROW: H. Thomas, M. Morgan, L. Hembroff. O. Smith , J. Martin, D. Tarr, B. Irwin, R. Nelson, B. Long, D. Rogers, B. Wells, D. Steadman. THIRD ROW: B. Morgan, L. Albright, D. Hunnicut, C. Greathouse, B. Kees, N. Hightower, J. Hembroff, Nancy Kemp, J. Campbell, D. Denny, E. Stunkel, J. Humphrey, G. Rico. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Travis, Sponsor; C. Blumen- shine, R. Bartunek, B. Sargeant, T. Gibson, L. Corkery, K. Koepcke, M. J. Lattanzio, D. Prins, J. Swart, P. Farber, L, DeHaven, E. Cummins. FIRST ROW: M. Carson, S. Layton, M. Bohannon, J. Howard, C. Greig, D. Irwin, M. B. Showalter, A. Smith, A. Johns, D. Fisher, D. Taylor, S. Senter, T. M. Lowrance, G. Far- ber, S, Sharpe, E. Rock. TOP ROW: Don Royer, Eddie Redinger, Bill Wessels, David Langlois, Larry Taylor, Vaughn Hum bolt, Stewart Heersche, Norris Palmer, Mike Schultz, Roger Young, Kurt Church, Mike Wells. FOURTH ROW: Richard Wharry Steve Flinn, Mike Wirths, Ray Langlois, Glen Glennie, Jim Whitley, David Bodine, Mark Hardison, Jack Wessels Clark Denney, Randy Daily, Steve Grieve. THIRD ROW: Steve Douglas, Leland Jones, Phillip Morgan, Howard Humbolt, Rick Farber, John Whitley, Doug Stull, John Knight, Tony Slavens, Gary DeHaven Eddie Clasen, Troy Cline, Mike Butcher, Kerry West. SECOND ROW: Dick Albright, Bruce Smith, John Hartley, Tom Redinger, Ron Engleman, Tom Jones, Jay Leatherman, Jim Nungessor, Mike Davis, John Moses Mike Hassen, Tom Heird, Ron Butcher. FIRST ROW: Steve Cheuvront, Sponsor- Mr. Shoup, Julian Heersche, Robbie McPherson, Lewis Flagler, Harry Elstun, Jack Beck, Al Smith. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America organ- ization at Mulvane offers many interesting opportunities for the boys in Mulvane High School. A boy becomes a green hand by be- longing to the club for one year and enroll- ing in vocational agriculture. A second year member is a charter member and during this year the boys strive for State Farmer and American Farmer awards. FFA not only prepares its members for a career in agriculture but teaches them cooperation, leadership, and citizen- ship. Activities of the year included electing Chris Blu- menshine as the FFA Sweetheart, a parent- son banquet, a watermelon feed, a hamburger fry, a mother- son pot luck supper, and green-hand initiation. The last meeting was a delicious breakfast at the home of Mr. Shoup, the FFA sponsor. F.F.A. BOARD, LEFT TO RIGHT: Al Smith, Julian Heersche, Louis Boles, Robbie McPherson, Lewis Flagler, Harry Elstun, Jack Elstun, Jack Beck, Mr. Shoup, Sponsor, Steve Cheuvront. F.F.A. Banquet The F. F. A. Sweetheart gets her jacket. F.F.A. Stage Skit fM -- " TT " - ■■ - TOP ROW: Teresa Swart, Norma Prins, Joyce Howlett, Debbie Burns, Carol Harcrow, Mary Jo Lattanzio, Donna Prins, Judy Swart, Evelyn Rock, Anita Smith, Beverly Sargeant, Dica Lee Williams, Chris Blumenshine, Paula Farber, Janice Nida, Linda Nida, Brenda Kees, Dianne Hunnicut, Norma Church, Debbie Sumpter, Donna Diller, Susan Hunnicut. THIRD ROW: Helen Thomas, Becky Bradfield, Vernita Thompson, Sherry Burns, Karen Kessinger, Paula Keeley, Trice Blumenshine, Sherrill Rikki, Jeanie Wright, Rose Nelson, Jeanine Martin, Odetta Smith, Debbie Tarr, Sheryl Bruner, Shirley Church, Ramona Harjo, Joyce Lassely, Vicki Rogers, Donna Starr, Debbie Hicks. SECOND ROW: Oracle Gunnels, Carol Butts, Lynn Bales, Beverly Irwin, Elnora Day, Karen Hink, Anita Price, Nancy Hightower, Brenda Melcher, Sylvia Kees, Kay Stanley, Mary Herald, Debbie Stedman, Karen Reeder, Kay Buchanan, Debbie Smith, Barbara Foster, Jean Kelly. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Craig, Kathy Shay, Diane Jolnison, Carolyn Rock, Connie Lattanzio, Debbie Smith, Marcia Humbolt, Carla Clark, Becky Boyd, Joyce Kimble, Becky Rayburn, Linda Darst, Lark Scott, Elizabetli Miller, Wanita Rikki, Sue Brush, Teri Antle, Carol CoUings, Nancy Godwin. KNEELING: Debbie Hamilton, Debbie Carr, Carol Akins, Marcia Kurley, Sharon Phillips, Alice Elstun, Sandy Patton. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Future Homemakers of America is one of the larger organizations at Mulvane. To belong, a girl must either have had one semester of Home Economics or be current- ly enrolled in the course. The motto for the club is " Toward New Horizons. " Some of the girls ' activities for this year included painting the health room, sponsor- ing a teachers ' day and a " Mr. Trash " day during FHA Week. They also went to see Camelot. At the beginning of the year the girls honored new members with a mem- bership party at the school. Many girls attended the state meeting at Topeka. Mrs. Hazel Craig served as sponsor this year. F.H. A. BOARD, STANDING: Debbie Sumpter, Barbara Foster, Donna Prins, Helen Thomas, Odetta Smith, Paula Farber, Dica Lee Williams, Beverly Sargeant, Judy Swart, Anita Smith, Sherrill Bruner. SEATED: Rose Nelson, Debi Tarr, Mary Jo Lattanzio, Evelyn Rock, Chris Blumenshine, Donna Diller, Beverly Irwin, Mrs. Craig. STANDING: Sponsors: Mr. Parker and Mr. Fairchild and President Chris Blumenshine . THIRD ROW: Mike Campbell, Frank Carson, Kathy Hale, Steve Kuntz, Kent Miller, Evelyn Rock, Anita Smith, Jon Boren. SECOND ROW: Alan Smith, Danny Brauser, Trice Blumenshine, Susan Sharpe. FIRST ROW: Gloria Rico, Mary Beth Showalter, Gloria Farber, Janet Humphrey. President Chris Blumenshine Briefing for Exchange Day Student Cotmcil Officers: Sponsor, Mr. Parker; President, Chris Blumenshine; Secretary, Janet Humphrey; Vice President, Jon Boren; Treasurer, Frank Carson; Sponsor, Mr. Fairchild. The winner ' s campaign poster. STUDENT COUNCIL Voting Day for Student Council. The Student Council is one of the most important organi- zations in Mulvane High School. Each class and each club is represented. These representatives plan all assemblies and sponsor the dances. This year Stuco Intra-League Exchange Day and Day Camp were new activities. The Exchange Day gave students a good opportunity to compare Mulvane with other schools. The Student Council, under the leadership of Chris Blumenshine and the sponsors, Mr. Parker and Mr. Fairchild, had a very successful year. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society is an organization created for the purpose of recogniz- ing those students excelling in scholarship, service, leadership, and character. The top fifteen per cent of the junior class and the top twenty per cent of the senior class are elected to membership. This year the 1967 Seniors were honored at a tea where each college student was on a panel which discussed college life. This important organ- ization has contributed much to the enthusiasm of the student body for learning. Mrs. Jaax and Mr. Adkins are faculty sponsors. TOP ROW: Chuck Masters, Ronald Norland, Hal Kopsa, Gary Wilson, George Gunnels, Richard Reder, Don Dame, Roy Wright, and Steve Miller. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Jaax, Rose Nelson, Janet Humphrey, Jim Campbell, Leslye DeHaven, Chris Blumenshine, Gloria Farber, Elnora Stunkel, Judy Howard, Carol Greathouse, Debi Tarr, Mr. Adkins. FIRST ROW: Evelyn Rock, Angelee Johns, Anita Smitli, Dorothy Taylor, Linda Corkery, Karen Koepcke, Donna Prins, Ruth Bartunek, Elrene Cummins. 39 ' STANDING-Debate Coach-Mr. Sheraden and Weldon Carmichael. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT-Margaret Murphy, Barry Davis, Susan Morgan, Randy Cummins, Barbara Morgan, Charles Herald, Shiryl Bruner, Bruce Kelley, and Anita Smith. D E B A T E Second Place Trophy Chisholm Trail League The Troph y -winning Debate Team. Few groups of students work as hard or as diligent- ly as the debate teams in preparation for a tournament. During the first semester the debate students traveled to ten different school tournaments beginning with a Debate Clinic at WSU and closing with the regional tournament at Baxter Springs. The debate team of Weldon Carmicheal, Barbara Morgan, Bruce Kelley, Anita Smith, and Charles Herald won the second place trophy at the KSHSAA District Tournament at Valley Center and then traveled to the regional at Baxter Springs. Mr. Sheraden, along with many students, has contributed long hours of study to make this de- bate year a successful one. STUDENT LIBRARIANS Student librari- ans check out books, help students find books, and col- lect fines. The stu- dent librarians re- ceive either certif- icates or pins, and a half credit per year for their work. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Dica Williams, Debbie Hamilton, Leslye DeHaven, Paula Farber, Joyce Howlett, Leslie Hess, Sandra Patton, Elrene Cummins, and Dorothy Taylor. Staff Meeting Selling Annuals WILDCAT ANNUAL STAFF STANDING: Dorothy Taylor, Mr. Ward, sponsor, Mrs. Jaax, sponsor, Roger Wright, and Gary Collings SEATED From left to right: Angelee Johns, Anita Smith, Debbie Irwin, Donna Prins, Judy Howard, Jon Boren, co-editor. Sherry Senter, Traci Millen Lorance, Sherrill Layton, Margaret Carson, co-editor. Rick Antle, Steve Baker. Not pictured: Linda Carlton. and 41 K ;. B A N D I ' HOLDING BANNER: Sherrill Layton and Debbie McKnight. STANDING: Mike Campbell, Gary Showalter, Clark Denny, Danny Selley, Del Hargrove, Jim Crawford, Mr. Powers, Kerry West, Joe Stites, Don Dame, Mark Gilbert, Jeff Barton, Frank Carson, Mark Hardison, Larry Parker, Gloria Rico, Raymond Sumpter. FOURTH ROW: Debbie Irwin, Rose Nelson, Hal Kopsa, Gloria Farber, Vicki Rogers, Judy Kimble, Susan Sharpe. THIRD ROW: Norma Prins, Carol Collings, Carol Akins, Mike Wells, Joyce Kimble, Mary Jo Rigney, Steve Love, Dan Herpolsheimer, Lynn Bales, Sharon Phillips, Paula Keely, Norlen Roberts, Joyce Howlett, Don Jones, Ronald Norland, Steve Cobb, James Garms, Stewart Heersche, David Wilson, Kenneth Ayers, Dale Huckle, Wayne Stauffer, Morris Stout, Jack Wessels, John Knight, Phil Roney, Carolyn Rock, MUSICIANS GOOD This year the band wel- comed many changes including a beautiful new bandroom. Un- der the efficient direction of Mr. Ted Powers the band has provided spirited music for the Wildcat ball games. With concerts, a trip to the State Fair, and entertainment for the Junior High, the band has been very active. The League music contest was held at BAND OFFICERS: (from left to right). President: Susan Sharpe, Vice President: Don Dame, Secretary: Gloria Farber, Treasurer: Bob Farber. PEP BAND, (From left to right), TOP: Don Dame. FIFTH ROW: Gary Wilson, James Garms. FOURTH ROW: Rose Nelson, Debbie Irwin, Ronald Norland. THIRD ROW: Judy Swart, Evelyn Rock, Karen Hink, Donna Prins. SECOND ROW: Debbie Tarr, Jeannine Martin, John Whitley, Matthew Smith, David Wilson. FIRST ROW: Danny Selley, Bruce Kelly, Bob Farber, Don Perring, Mike Musick, Frank Carson. DRUM MAJORETTE MARGARET CARSON Greg Proctor, Doug StuU, Catiiy Hale. SECOND ROW: Linda Albright, Galen Barnes, Steve Wright, Sandy McDonald, Cathy Shay, Barbara Long, Anita Price, Melody Miller, Bette Wells, Mike Winn, Debi Tarr, Lark Scott, Jim Whitley, Roy Wright, Gary Ayers, Gary Wilson, Janet Humphrey, Bruce Kelley, Rick Snider, Tom Utt, Mike Musick, Don Pering, Bob Farber. FIRST ROW: Karen Hink, Evelyn Rock, Donna Prins, Shelly Call, Donna Delcamp, Margaret Carson, Steve Miller, Gracie Gunnels, Debbie Smith, Debi Denny, Debbie Smith, Trudy Gibson, Beverly Irwin, Teresa Swart, Elizabeth Miller, Trice Blumenshine, Mary Betli Showalter, Judy Swart, Beckie Wedel. PROVIDE MUSIC Andover, and the band was very proud of a I rating. At the state music contest at Pratt the band earned a II. The skillful players even found time to present Mr. Powers with a new stool and to close the year with an indoor picnic. The band is always an enthu- siastic addition to the spirit of the Wildcats. N r. Powers Directs Stage Band. DRUM MAJOR DON DAME Band Practice 43 MIXED CHORUS, TOP ROW: Mr. Townsend, J. Boren, J. Whitley, D. Pering, M. Musick, S. Heersche, B. Kelly, K. Miller, M. McKee, D. Wilson, F. Hink, G. Wilson, S. Kuntz, J. Crawford, D. Brauser, M. Smith, H. Kopsa, J. Whitley, D. Dame. 3RD ROW: S. Miller, R. Wright, T. Cordingly, J. Garms, M. McKee, B. Longnecker, J. Heersche, B. StuU, D. Hukle, G. Gunnels, W. Heitman, L. Boles, R. Reder, S. Cobb, M. Stout, D. Hargrove, R. Farber, G. Ayers, P. Roney. 2ND ROW: J. Martin, A. Smith, T. Grieve, J. Hembroff, S. Morgan, D. L. Williams, G. Farber, P. Farber, D. Smith, C. Blumenshine, M. Carson, S. Senter, D. Delcamp, E. Stunkel, J. Humphrey, J. Wright, D. Prins, J. Swart, A. Johns. 1ST ROW: B. Long, M. J. Lattanzio, M. Bohannon, D. Den- ney, G. Stunkel, B. Foster, J. Howard, S. Sharpe, D. Irwin, S. Layton, C. Greig, L. Scott, E. Miller, K. Hink, B. Wells, B. Wedel, K. Koepcke, E. Rock, M. B. Showalter. At State Contest Girls Ensemble VARSITY GIRLS GLEE, TOP ROW: Mr. Townsend, A. Smith, T. Grieve, J. Howard, S. Sharpe, D. Irwin, G. Farber, P. Farber, D. Smith, C. Blumenshine, M. Carson, S. Senter, D. Delcamp, E, Stunkel, J. Humphrey, B. Wells, D. Prins. 3RD ROW: M. Bohannon, D. Denney, G. Stunkel, B. Foster, J. Hembroff, S. Morgan, D. L. Williams, S. Layton, C. Greig, L. Scott, E. Miller, K. Hink, J. Wright, B. Wedel, J. Swart, K. Koepcke. 2ND ROW: B. Long, M. J. Lattanzio, J. Martin, S. Labbe , D. Kraus, B. Morgan, C. Wayman, T. Blumenshine, B. Bradfield, V. Thompson, B. Sargeant, J. Howlett, L. Bales, T. Gibson, A. Harvey and M. Ward. 1ST ROW: K. Hale, C. Shay, S. Phillips, C. Bruner, B. Kees, J. Humphrey, C. Butts, R. Harjo, K. Kraft, M. Miller, A. Johns, M. Jones, E. Rock, P. Long, M. B. Showalter. fl P T GIRLS GLEE, TOP ROW: Mr. Townsend, K. Garret, B. Kees, B. Morgan, C. Wayman, T. Blumenshine, B. Bradfield, V. Thompson, B. Sargeant, J. Hewlett, D. Carr. 3RD ROW: B. Davis, S. Bruner, D. Kraus, J. Humphrey, C. Butts, R. Harjo, K. Kraft, M. Miller, M. Jones, M. Murphy. 2ND ROW: K. Hale, C. Shay, S. Phillips, D. Steadman, S. Labbe, L. Bales, T. Gibson, A. Harvey, P. Long, M. Ward. 1ST ROW: D. Burns, L. Ralstin, S Parker, D. Hamilton, H. Thomas, K. Reder, S. Burns, M. Kerley, L. Wilder. VOCAL MUSIC Using their abilities to the fullest, the vocal music students under the able direc- tion of Mr. Warren Townsend have pre- sented much entertainment for both the school and the community. At league con- test the Boys ' Glee Club and Girls ' Ensem- ble both received a I while the Mixed Chorus, Mixed Ensemble, Varsity Girls ' Glee Club, and Girls ' Glee all received II ratings. While at Pratt during the state contest the Boys ' Glee Club and Girls ' Ensemble again received I ' s. Many con- certs on such themes as Thanksgiving, Christmas, patriotism, and spring were presented during the school year. The vocal groups, along with Mr. Townsend, have worked very diligently in making the music program a successful one. BOYS GLEE, BACK ROW: Mr. Townsend, D. Pering, M. Musick, S. Heersche, B. Kelley, D. Hargrove, M. McKee, D. Wilson, F. Hink, G. Wilson, S. Kuntz, J. Crawford, K. Miller. 3RD ROW: S. Miller, M. McKee, B. Longnecker, J. Heersche, B. StuU, D. Hukle, W. Heitman, G. Gunnels, L. Boles, R. Reder, S. Cobb, M. Stout. 2ND ROW: R. Wright, J. Boren, T. Cordingly, J. Whitley, J. Garms, D. Brauser, R. Farber, M. Smith, H. Kopsa, J. Whitley, D. Dame. 1ST ROW: E. Smith, G. Showalter, C. Levering, L. Parker, J. Barton, S. Nichols, G. Ayers, S. Wright, P. Roney, J. Wilson. Mixed Ensemble |.%1 iN ' f t % •tc -9?m 9m iffjjHWlWij WI WI WBgW " M " CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD, Left to right, TOP ROW: Coach Davie, Coach Webster, Coach Case, Coach Lousch. BOTTOM ROW: Hairy Elstun, Rick Antle, Jon Boren, Mike McKee. " M " CLUB " M " Club is one of the more inspiring or- ganizations for the boys at Mulvane High. They try to set examples of school spirit and good sportsmanship. To become a member, a boy must earn a varsity letter in athletics, either as a player or manager, and must abide by the high principles of " M " Club. The Club furnished a whirlpool for the high school. They attended the KU Football game and sponsored a faculty- -merchant basketball game to pay for the most of their activities. The sponsors for " M " Club are Coach Loush, Coach Webster, Coach Davie, and Coach Case. WARREN HEITMAN " M " CLUB, TOP ROW, Left to right: Richard Rico, Steve Nichols, Barry Davis, Leland Jones, Jon Boren, John Moses. SECOND ROW: Ted Hill, Danny Brauser, Al Smith, Gary Wilson, Harry Elstun, Rex McKnight. THIRD ROW: Richard Wharry, Phil Morgan, Jack Beck, Buz Nye, Steve Baker, Phillip Yacconi. FOURTH ROW: Mike McKee, Hal Calcote, Steve Flinn, Billy Longnecker, Ronnie Crow, Jim Crawford. FIFTH ROW: Brent Stull, Greg Proctor, Terry Bally, Jim Nungesser, Ron Engleman. BOTTOM ROW: Rick Antle, Warren Heitman, Mike Davis, Louis Boles, Tom Jones. PEP CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD , LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Hembroff, Jill Campbell, Kaye Wilson, Linda Corkery, Gloria Far- ber, President Margaret Carson, Vice-Pres- ident Sherry Senter, Secretary Trudy Gib- son, and Susan Sharpe. PEP CLUB The members of Pep Club try their best to give full support to the basketball, football, and track teams. The cheerleaders lead the group and add inspiration. Not only do the members give support and set examples, but they also take responsibility for many of the decorations at school dances. At homecom- ing games the girls perform special cere- monies at half time. Girls can make up points by decorating bannisters and goal posts and by making posters for basketball and foot- ball games. For the money making project each girl sold at least two football mums. With the money earned, Pep Club buys the necklaces, crowns, and flowers for queen candidates. Sponsors for Pep Club this year were Mr. Joe Johnson and Mrs. Jim Davie. f f MKM PEP CLUB, Cheerleaders: Mary Beth Showalter, Janet Humphrey, Susan Sharpe, Sherrill Layton, Judy Hembroff. TOP ROW: Sponsor, Mr. Johnson, A. Johns, D. Taylor, A. Smith, E. Rock, C. Greig, J. Howard, M. Carson, G. Farber, S. Senter, L. Corkery, K. Koepcke, B. Sargeant, N. Kemp, G. Rico, Sponsor, Mrs. Davie. 6TH ROW: D. Tarr, J. Martin, O. Smith, C. Greathouse, C. Harcrow, D. Fisher, M. Bohannon, D. Irwin, C. Blumenshine, K. Buchanon, L. Darst, M. Murphy, B. Rinker, L. Albright, S. Rinker, D. Prins, K. Blodgett. 5TH ROW: R. Nelson, J. Kimble, M. Jones, B. Kees, A. Harvey, J. A, Humphrey, C. CoUings, C. Rock, T. Blumenshine, K. Kessinger, J. Wright, K. Hink, A. Price, M. Miller, B. Morgan, B. Bradfield, V. Thompson, K. Shay, K. Hale. 4TH ROW: D. Steadman, P. Dorey, D. Young, N. Godwin, P. Long, B. Myers, J. Beck, L. Herman, T. Antle, D, Smith, S. Phillips, M. Humbolt, L. Day, D. Burns, J. Hewlett, B. Boyd, P. Keeley, L. Scott. 3RD ROW: L. Hembroff, R. Longnecker, M. Morgan, C. Clark, S. Kees, A. Elstun, C. Bohannon, K. Wilson, D. Sumpter, T. Swart, N. Prins, B. Foster, D. Delcamp, J. Campbell, K. Reder, H. Thomas, E. Miller, S. Labbe. 2ND ROW: B. Irwin, T. Gibson, B. Wedel, S. Call, V. Rogers, D. Smith, M. Jones, D. Kight, L. DeHaven, E. Cummins, T. Grieve, L. Bales, C. Butts, B. Davis, G. Stunkel, A. Sargeant, D. Taylor, L. Wayman, L. Wright. 1ST ROW: M. Kerley, C. Adkins, S. Pray, S. Kellough, R Moses, B. Long, D. Rogers, B. Wells, D. Denny, E. Stunkel, J. Kimble. wmmm QUILL TYPE Service is the aim of Quill Type. Made up of members of the junior and senior class, this club sells tickets at all ball games and makes posters to support the Wildcats. Other activities includes decorating the Christmas tree in the lobby, enjoying a movie in Wichita, and picnicking in O. J. Watson Park. The members are active and interested in the school curriculum. Sponsors are Mrs. George and Mr. Adkins. BACK ROW: Kent Miller, Hal Kopsa, Jim Nungessor, Leland Jones, Gary CoUings, Brent Stull, Steve Kuntz, Bruce Kelley. THIRD ROW: Debbie Denney, Steve Miller, Mike Davis, Warren Heitman, Billy Longnecker, Greg Proctor, Barry Davis, Donald Dame, Connie Wayman, Anita Smith. SECOND ROW: Janet Humphrey, Susan Sharpe, Margaret Carson, Chris Blumenshine, Sherry Senter, Gloria Farber, Elnora Stunkel, Jill Camp- bell, Dian Rogers, Nancy Kemp. FIRST ROW: Sponsor-Mr. Adkins, Mary Beth Showalter, Gloria Rice, Dence Gent, Angelee Johns, Bette Wells, Teresa Myers, Dorothy Taylor, Debbie Fisher, Judy Hembroff, Sponsor-Mrs. George . QUILL TYPE OFFICERS, Left to right: Secretary, Anita Smith; President, Kent Miller; Vice-President, Margaret Carson; Treasurer, Dorothy Taylor. Quill-Type members at work. " •- — - -- — - ATHLETICS ' . JU .lM . %t™ _„ jfeaOe-J t i. Z—i-i BACK ROW: Coach Loiosch, Coach Davie, A. Smith, J. Ward, J. Crawford, M. Gilbert, R. Wharry, S. Baker, J. Heersche, F. Tefft, H. Calcote, M. Stout, and Coach Webster. SECOND ROW: R. Antle, P. Yacconi, S. Flirni, G. Proctor, L. Jones, B. Longnecker, B. Stxill, R. Engleman, M. McKee , S. Cobb, B. Parker, D. Brauser, and 52 »3HSb «i W » The Mulvane Wildcats have had another highly suc- cessful season. Dur- ing the last 10 years the teams have won 71 out of 81 games; this year ' s record is 7-2. The 1968 sea- son came to a smash- ing climax when the team retained the Chisholm Trail Championship by de- feating Caney 34- 7. Coach Roger Lousch, the head coach, was new to Mulvane tliis year, and was assisted by Coach Jim Davie and CoacJi Jerry Webster. The Wichita Eagle named Tom Jones , 3rd te am , and Ron Engleman, hon- orable mention, to tlie all -state team. Both Jones and Engel- man were second team all-area choices, and Jim Nungesser received honorable mention. Jack Beck, Barry Davis, Ron En - gelman, Tom Jones, John Moses and Jim Nungesser were all- league selections. The outlook is good for next year with 18 lettermen who will be returning with the usual fighting Wild- cat spirit. E. Thomas. FRONT ROW: S. Nichols, T. Hill, B. gesser, M. Davis, J. Beck, J. Moses, D. Langlois, Davis, M. Flinn, R. Rico, and S. T. Jones, J. Heersche. Nun- WE THEY Derby 12 zV Concordia 12 Augusta 19 Circle 33 0. Wichita South 2 its Valley Center 26 Andover 25 6 Clearwater 40 7 Caney 34 7 ■ -;iis 53 Mike Davis Ron Engleman Mary Beth Show alter, Susan Sharpe, Sherrill Layton, Judy Hembroff, Janet Hiimphrey. Rick Antle ::m I ' m Mike Flinn Steve Bal sr ' ' ' » l FRESHMAN FOOTBALL BACK ROW: J. Wills, S. Rivera, D. Titus, D. Hukle , D. Jones, D. Hargrove, R. Farber, T. Slaveiis. G. Millen, R. Daily, J. Barton, J. Stites, M. McKee, M. Winn, D. Snyder, and Coach Da de. SECOND ROW: J. Carney, J. Wessels, M. Wirth, M. Alvarez, R. Yacconi, T. Jones, Z. Albers, B. Tharp, R. Pierson, E. Clasen, S Wright, G. Howell, C. Deimy, R. Snider, and T. Kemp. FRONT ROW: M. Campbell, R. Lang- ford, C. White, M. Pottorff, C. Levering, R. Pyeatt, S. Moses, C. Lashbrook, P. Roney, G. Showalter, L. Parker, D. Cowel, and G. DeHaven. . SEASON RECORD Second Place in Big 6 League (Top to Bottom): Graci Stunkel, Linda Hembroff , Alice Elstun, Marci Morgan, Terri Antle. We The ' We Tlie Carlton 6 Augusta 27 Circle 42 7 Derbv 13 Valley Center Campus 12 27 55 mmmm ' . A-TEAM Mulvane 38 Derby 54 Mulvane 27 Augusta 66 Mulvane 58 Kingman 69 Mulvane 37 Hillsboro 69 Mulvane 50 Oxford 55 Mulvane 54 Andover 61 Mulvane 53 Anthony 72 Mulvane 58 Valley Center 68 Mulvane 51 Circle 57 CAMPUS TOURNAMENT Mulvane 52 Haven 80 Mulvane 61 Campus 77 Mulvane 51 Peabody 61 Mulvane 38 Goddard 50 Mulvane 37 Haven 93 Mulvane 50 AugiiSta 90 Mulvane 86 Clearwater 74- Mulvane 39 Andover 60 Mulvane 55 Valley Center 67 Mulvane 53 Circle 57 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Mulvane 49 Augusta 76 A-TEAM: STANDING: H, Calcote, M. McKee, T. Bally, Larry Jones, R. McKnight, Le land Jones, B. Davis, Coach Webster. 1ST ROW: S Nichols, J. Crawford, T. Hill, D. Brauser, C. Masters. VARSITY BASKETBALL Although the record showed one win to nineteen losses, the Wildcats won the experience that they will need to win games in the future . The young team was led by Seniors Terry Bally and Rex McKnight. With the loss of only two seniors, the future looks bright for the Wildcat ' s basketball season. B-TEAM Mxilvane 54 Derby 39 Mulvane 58 Augusta 65 Mulvane 43 Kingman 54 Midvane 47 Hillsboro 61 Mulvane 41 Oxford 35 Mulvane 42 Andover 43 Mulvane 47 Anthony 39 Mulvane 51 Valley Center 53 Mulvane 68 Circle 43 Mulvane 33 Goddard 43 Mulvane 40 Haven 65 Mulvane 44 Augusta 66 Mulvane 56 Clearwater 54 Mulvane 40 Andover 36 Mulvane 46 Valley Center 58 Mulvane 38 Circle 58 Rex McKnight Terry Bally B-TEAM: BACK ROW: Coach Lousch, C. Masters, S. Flinn, S. Kuntz, La. Jones, J. Ward, C. Church, B. Davis, Coach Webster. 1ST ROW: S Nichols, Le. Jones, W. Heitman (trainer), R. Sumpter, F. Carson. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL The freshman basketball team of 1967-68 had a successful year as tiiey went undefeated in league play. They won all but one game and that game was in a tournament. Their final record was 15-1. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM: BACK ROW: Coach Webster, G. Showalter, E. Classen, T. Kemp, R. Daily, G Crow, J. Carney, M. Foster, Coach Davie. 2ND ROW: C. Levering, R. Farber, G. Millen, D. Hukle, D. Hargrove, L Parker, R. Crow. 1ST ROW: R. Pierson, J. Barton, T. Slavens, M. McKee, M. Nichols. M. Winn, P. Roney. A-TEAM Mulvane 33 Augusta 22 Mulvane 40 Carlton Jr. Hi. 28 Mulvane 35 Valley Center 33 Mulvane 41 Circle 3b Mulvane 48 Campus 39 Mulvane 49 Circle 44 Mulvane 45 Derby Jr. Hi. 31 Mulvane 43 Augusta 42 Mulvane 53 Campus 41 Mulvane 56 Carlton Jr. Hi. 33 CAMPUS TOURNAMENT Mulvane 33 Clearwater 39 Mulvane 31 Augusta lb Mulvane 43 Derby Jr. Hi. 34 Mulvane 42 Derby Jr. Hi. 34 Mulvane 63 Valley Center 54 Arlie takes command. Jump Ball Coach Webster Warren Heitman Freshman C-Team Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Bam B-TEAM 44 31 38 34 27 32 21 40 20 30 23 39 Augusta Carlton Jr. Hi. Valley Center Circle Campus Circle Derby Jr. Hi. Augusta Campus Carlton Jr. Hi. Derby Jr. Hi. Valley Center 22 21 22 35-- 29 21 15 29 29- " 15 25 29 f5 - ?N.i»- ' ' i -fe Vxv, Jon Boren Harry Elstim Rex McKnight VARSITY TRACK The Wildcat track team had a good track sea- son with three boys making it to state, Jon Boren, Rick Antle, and Mike McKee. The track team took fourth place in the Chisolm Trail League track meet with the second place track team being only seven points ahead of the Wildcats. Jon Boren v holds the school record in the two mile with the time of ten minutes and five seconds. Mike McKee holds the school record in the shot put at a distance of 54-1 and 3 4 feet. With a few more boys out for track, the track team might have J. scored a few more points. With a new track, the track program should grow with interest. Coach Roger Lousch BACK ROW: Coach Lousch, Mike McKee, Rex McKnight, Steve Baker, Jack Beck, Steve Cobb, Warren Heitman (trainer). MIDDLE ROW: Harry Elstun, Steve Cheuvront, Philip Yacconi, Dan Brauser, Richard Rico, Greg Proctor. FRONT ROW: Richard Reder, Steve Nichols, Don Puxcell, Jon Boren, Rick Antle, Raymond Sumpter, Steve Watkins. t_ 1 1 1 % FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM, TOP ROW: D. Titus, Coach Davie, Z. Albers, G. Crow, R. Pierson, R. Daily, M. Nichols, D. Hulcle, M. McKee, T. Slavens, D. Hargrove, D. Snyder, B. Tharp, D. Bodine, R. Branine. 2ND ROW: J. Barton, G. DeHaven, B. Glass, J. Stites, E. Clasen, M. Winn, T. Kemp, R. Snider, M. Pottorff, G. Showalter, L. Parker, C. Denny, ]. Loshesky. 1ST ROW: B. Nye, R. Crow, M. Foster, R. Yacconi, J. Carney, R. Pyeatt, C. Levering, M. Campbell, S. Love, P. Roney, M. Wirth., D. Herpoisheimer. NOT PICTURED; D. Jones, C. Lashbrook. TRACK The Freshmen of 1967-68 set an outstanding record for a freshman class. They won every track meet in which they competed this spring. They took part in the Campus Invitational, And- over Invitational, a dual meet with Carlton, and Campus Track meet. They finished the season by winning the Big " 6 " League trophy at the league meet at Derby. Freshman trophies, 1967-68 Trophies won duri ng 1967-68 by Mulvane athletes. Calcote and Antle at the WSU Invitational 59 FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Raymond Sumpter, Buz Nye . Ronnie Crow, Steve Watkins, Ivlr. Case, Jon Boren, Gary Wilson, CROSS COUNTRY The cross country season, while not smashing in 1967-68, looked very promising. Peak performances were turned in all season. The Varsity was led by Senior Jon Boren. Jon was aided by Senior Gary Wilson, Sophomores Raymond Sumpter and Steve Watkins, and Freshmen Ron Crow and Buz Nye . The team was aided by hopeful comers --Richard Reder, Jim Loshesky, and David Bodine. The 1967 season was capped by the Varsity placing second in the league meet. Future prospects look good for the Mulvane Cross Coun- try team since only two of this year ' s team will be lost due to graduation. Mr. Mike Case was the team ' s coach. •«»»., FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Steve Cheuvront, David Bodine, Richard Reder, Raymond Sumpter, Steve Watkins, Ronnie Crow, Jon Boren, Gary Wilson, Buz Nye, Jeff Baker. ■ -— ' SCHOOL LIFE t BaawHwaHi rrrrrjrff -tKX.-r f VK ' -.-i-t FOOTBALL 1968 First Attendant SherriU Layton with Escort Mike Flinn. Queen Denece Gent ROYALTY Second Attendant Linda Carlton with Escort Tom Jones. Queen and Escort with Attendants Keith Fry and Kristi Ward. BASKETBALL 1 t Sherrill Layton • Second Attendant 1968 ROYALTY Queen Margaret Carson Sherry Senter First Attendant Hal Calcote and Sherrill Layton Margaret Carson and Escort Terry Bally Sherry Senter and Rex McKnight » 63 IN MEMORIAM The senior class of 1968 dedicates this page to Willard B. Meek, John Hightower and James Craig. Mr. Meek served the community as a science teacher, grade school coach, grade school principal, junior high principal and an officer of the Mulvane State Bank. John Hightower and James Craig were both respected and liked by their classmates. A memorial has been established to improve the Floyd Carver baseball field because John was an ardent baseball fan and a good pitcher. A painting by Curry was placed in the high school corridor by the class of ' 67 in memory of James Craig, who sent the poem " A Grave for a Warrior " to a teacher just before he was killed in action in Vietnam. We will miss these friends who have enriched our lives. W. B. Meek A Grave for a Warrior by James Craig Somewhere on the far shore A lonely grave awaits Awaiting the warrior Who will enter eternity ' s gates. Awaiting the warrior Who will slumber ' neath its stone Safe from the hell of war But hell will claim its own. No longer will he fight No armor will he wear, He ' s fought the good fight like a soldier A brave man ' s laurels he will bear. But once more before he rests On heaven ' s loving breast War to try his strength and soul And put him to the test. For he must see the clash of arms And hear the cannon ' s roar. He must fight and suffer And ride through war once more. He may fight upon the land and earth He may fight in the seas and in the deep Everything bears danger And many good men sleep. War is hell, or so they say And he must know it soon War is not all fun and frolic It ' s blood, it ' s sweat, his doom. War is war As always it will be The grave will claim the warrior Claim victory over me. John Hightower James Craig " Tex " 64 Pity The Poor Camera Man! SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: STANDING: Mr. Schieiner, Mrs. Jaax, and Carson Ward, Sponsors. SEATED: Mike Davis, President; Sherry Senter, Treasurer; Evelyn Rock, Secretary; Lewis Flagler, Vice-President. 11 SENIORS ' 68 I. Sally Wrig ht, 2. Joyce Terrell, 3. Steve Baker, 4. Debbie Irwin, 5. Paul Melcher, 6. Tom Jones, 7. Beverly Sargeant, 8. Susan Sharpe, 9. Tom Saxton, 10. Jon Boren, II. Ron Engleman, 12. Jim Nungesser, 13. Denece Gent, 14. Bruce Howlett, 15. Kent Miller, 16. Angelee Johns, 17. Brenda Moyers, 18. Louis Boles, 19. Judy Howard, 20. Leslye DeHaven, 21. Mike Davis, 22. Rex McKnight, 23. Randy Lawson, 24. John Whitley, 25. Donna Diller, 26. Derrell Clark, 27. Janice Nida, 28. Norma Church, 29. Weldon Carmicheal, 30. Linda Carlton, 31. Richard Shepard, 32. Judy Swart, 33. Gary Collings, 34. Connie Wayman, 35. John Hartley, 36. Jean Kelly, 37. Traci Millen, 38. Robbie McPherson, 39. Dica Williams, 40. Evelyn Rock, 41. Carol Harcrow, 42. Teresa Myers, 43. Kaye Wilson, 44. Don Dame, 45. Gary Wilson, 46. Thelma Grieve, 47. Linda Lynch, 48. Debbie Sumpter, 49. Doug Stull, 50. Lewis Flagler, 51. Anita Smith, 52. Cathy Pagan, 53. Marvin Miller, 54. Sherry Senter, 55. Karen Smith, 56. Linda Jones, 57. Jay Leatherman, 58. Debby Fisher, 59. Shirley Church, 60. Joeena Sargeant, 61. Terry Bally, 62. Gloria Farber, 63. Chris Blumenshine, 64. Paula Farber, 65. Billy Heird, 66. Shirley Parker, 67. Karen Blodgett, 68. Dorothy Taylor, 69. Rick Antle, 70. Mary Jo Lattanzio, 71. Julian Heersche, 72. Margaret Carson, 73. Mary Beth Showalter, 74. Tom Redinger, 75. Warren Heitman, 76. Harold Butcher, 77. Mike Flinn, 78. Donna Prins, 79. Marge Boharmon, 80. Linda Corkery, 81. Tommy Utt, 82. Sherrill Layton, 83. Karen Koepcke, 84. Ruth Bartunek, 85. Harry Elstun. « m 39. 49. 63. Ii4 a frj- ■ A - . . .. 75. »• »• . . I t jj 59. 67. 60.1 61. ' 68 7 ' 81. Gary Wilson Outstanding Musician Rick Antle Safe Driving Award Weldon Carmichael Outstanding Speech Student SENIOR AWARDS ASSEMBLY Americanism Awards- Anita Smith, not pictured; Debbie Irwin, Don Dame, George Gunnels, Evelyn Rock, and Steve Baker. Jon Boren and Gloria Farber Danforth Award Winners Anita Smith and Jon Boren American Legion Award Chris Blumenshine Betty Crocker Homemakci George Gunnels and Evelyn Rock 1968 A Honor Roll Companions during twelve years of sch ROW: J. Boren, R. Kissinger, T. Utt, l Norland, J. Whitley, K. Miller, R. Lawson, J. He ' ersche. 3RD ROW: G. Wilson, R. Wright, T. Bally, G. Gunnels, J. LeatJierman, H. Butcher, D. Stall, B. Howlett. 2ND ROW: J. Nungesser, S. Parker, D. Irwin, P. Farber, S. Layton, G. Farber, M. Car- son, S. Sharpe, T. Jones. 1ST ROW: A. Smith, K. Blodgett, C. Wayman, T. Grieve, E. Rock, E. Cummins. ' , Principal, congratulates Evelyn Rock, vmcai L u n, and Ruth Bartuiaek, salutatorian, upon their academic achievement. PROGRAM Processional - . - _ .. _ - --Gai-y Ayers " Pomp and Circumstance " by Elgar Invocation Salutatorian Valedictorian " Halls of Ivy " " Climb Every Mountain " Father John Gilsenan Ruth Ann Eaitunek Evelyn Anita Rock Mixed Chorus Mi. ed Chorus " Alma Mater " Address: " Va ' -ues of Today ' s Youth ' Presentation of Class of 1968 Presentiit ion of Diplomas Benediction Recessional Mixed Chorus Dr. Bill Jellison Lyle E. Couch Principal, Hig:h School Mr. Ira Hall Father John Gilsenan Gary Ayers 1968 GRADUATES: TOP ROW: David Butcher, Dica Lee Williams, Terry Bally, Susan Sharpe, Steve Baker, Leslye DeHaven, Gary CoUings, Sherry Senter, Rex McKnight, Chris Blumenshine, Weldon Carmicheal, Paula Farber, George Gunnels, Sherrill Layton, Jay Leatherman, Gloria Farber, Tom Redinger, Margaret Carson, Louis Boles, Linda Jones, Bruce Smith. 3RD ROW: Linda Carlton, Harry Elstun, Karen Smith, Richard Shepard, Brenda Moyers, -ddie Sutterfield, Janice Nida, Gary Wilson, Kaye Wilson, Roger Wright, Debbie Irwin, Harold Butcher, Joeena Sa-gtant, Warren Heitman, Linda Lynch, Julian Heersche, Joyce Terrell, Doug Stull, Thelma Grieve, Mike Davis, ■ - ,-ia Church. 2ND ROW: John Hartley, Catliy Fagan, Ron Engleman, Shirley Church, John Whitley, Linda Carlton, -.,.ie Garrett, Beverly Sargeant, Darre 11 Clark, Debbie Sumpter, Mike Flinn, Connie Wayman, Randy Lawson, -» ' •! Myers, Robbie McPherson, Mary Jo Lattanzio, Bruce Howlett, Carol Harcrow, Louis Flagler, Ruth Bartunek, iones. I ' S " ROW: Karen Blodgett, Tom Utt, Anita Smith, Tom Saxton, Karen Koepcke, Kent Miller, Donna yille- Do - .ne Judy Howard, Ronald Norland, Debby Fisher, Jim Nungesser, Marge Bohannon, Paul Melcher, arvin Miller, Judy Swart, Rick Antle, Angelee Johns. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Beth Showalter, Sally otliy Taylor, Jon Boren, Shirley Church, Rick Kissinger, Evelyn Rock, Billy Heird, Elrene Cummins, nt, Jean Kelly. Don ' t Take My Picture! SENIOR S] The water was cold and wet ! Oh, Well I ! Best of Luck Class of 1968 MULVANE VARIETY STORE 105 West Main Mulvane, Kansas Lawrence E. (Gene) Webb PR 7-4384 Owner MULVANE RADIO TV, INC. 205 W. Main - Ph. PR 7-1041 Mulvane, Kansas U M. N. FORTNER R. F. D. 1 - BOX ISO - PH. 7-1451 MULVANE, KANSAS £7110 9 K M DAIRY QUEEN in Derby, under the water tower Kenney Mauricia Kraus M A R Q U I s FINEST ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT!!! LARGEST FRAME SELECTION!!! SENIORS OUR SPECIALTY!!! Ik, M 5TUBI05 E V 3 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE!!! SO l extf DEPENDABLE!!! ENID, OKLAHOMA s T U D I O S ° HIGHLANDER LAUNDRY ' Mulvane and Third Mr. Mrs. A. G. Dorsey Congratulations To A Swell Bunch CHARLES ENGLISH QUALITY CLEANERS Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre 213 W. Main Mulvane, Kansas PR 7-1581 E. D. AIMES PIX THEATER THE MULVANE STATE BANK Since 1886 Member F. D. I. C. i; iif HHino " a _ j. I-VCLII CIS DUKE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 131 Cedar Mulvane, Kansas w NUNGESSER PLUMBING 112 West Mulvane Mulvane, Kansas !V DAIRY KING 0 222 North Second Mulvane, Kajisas PR 7-1671 Congratulations, Seniors! INGALL ' S ELECTRIC Appliances and T. V. 104 AVest Main Mulvane, Kansas A -V I I NL f 7,-« ' ' - ' - " y r - T -;- - ■PWP n Review 1 INTERNATIONAL EVENTS 1. British hippies claim that their aim is different from that of American hippies they don ' t want to " drop out " of society, but to stay in and change it. 2. French President Charles DeGaulle stirred up a lot of controversy during 1967 — here he explains why he feels Britain should not be a Common Market member. 3. Soldiers of the U.S. 4th Infantry Division rest atop Hill 1338 following a fierce battle with the North Viet- namese for the hill in the Dak To area. 4. Israeli soldiers fly their flag from a mosque in the Sinal desert captured by the Israelis during the short- ived Arab-Israeli war in June of 1967. 5. Waving red-colored booklets of Mao ' s quotations, pro-communist Chinese swarm in front of the Govern- or ' s House during May demonstrations in Hong Kong. 6. Mrs. Svetlana Alliluyeva, daughter of the late So- viet dictator Joseph Stalin, was a bit surprised that her defection created so much stir in the U. S. 7. In June, Soviet Premier Alexei N, Kosygin came to ttie tJnited States to address the UN about ttie Arab- Israeli war and later talked with President Johnson. 8. An Army vehicle bears the casket of former West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer from Cologne Cathedral, April 25, fallowing a Requiem Mass. 9. Suits came back into fashion during 1967. This one was designed by Lito Manalang for a young fashion house, the year-old British Moderns of New York. 10. This wide angle view of the moon ' s hidden side was taken on August 6, 1967 and transmitted back to the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, California. 11. Heavy monsoon rams turned most of South Viet- nam into a quagmire during the summer of 1967. Here, U.S. marines prepare to board a Chinook helicopter, 12. President Johnson, shown here in Vietnam, staunch- ly defended the nation ' s participation in the Vietnam war despite widespread protests and demonstrations.
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