Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)

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5 6 MULVANE HS MEDIA CENTER 1900 N Reck Rd Mulvane, Kansas 67110 Primed in ( s I NATIONAL 1. The Battle ot Chicago — Police rout a throng of hip- pies and yippies as they try to clear Grant Park in Chi- cago (luring the Democratic National Convention. 2. Blonde, 18-year-old Judith Ann Ford, of Belvidere, Illi- nois, was crowned Miss America of 1969 by the outgo- ing Miss America, Debra Dene Barnes. 3. A brace of plow mules pulls the farm wagon bearing the casket of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. along its funer- al procession route in Atlanta. King was shot to death April 4th in Memphis, Tennessee. 4. This is how it looked at the finish line of the Kentucky Derby with Dancer ' s Image crossing first. Dancer ' s Image was disqualified, however, and Forward Pass, shown at center, was declared the big winner. 5. Bobby Unser. Albuquerque, New Mexico, stands up in his racer in the Victory Circle after winning the Indian- apolis 500 mile Speedway race in a record speed of 152.88 miles per hour. 6. Richard M. Nixon holds a presidential seal presented to him by one of his daughters after his election victory. His daughter, Patricia, is behind him. 10 lunar ■ .Orb ' 1 Arav ' ,d fo ' " S MOON POSITION OF MOON AT TIME OF IAUNCH f.U ' HM it X ,°jS ' " ::■! ;.,. S p,o,h d o-„ », , • ••««■ !■«» f 1J tfl , " »% ' " ' - ATI - - miim EVENTS 7. After a successful Apollo 7 mission with three astro- nauts aboard, the United States followed in December with Apollo 8. This time a 3-man team made history by soaring into orbit around the moon. . This diagram shows the path of the Apollo 8 in suc- cessfully achieving lunar orbit and then returning to Earth. Senator Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts eulogizes his slain brother during funeral service for Senator Robert F. Kennedy in St. Patrick ' s Cathedral in New York. President and Mrs. Johnson listen at lower right. 10. Jim Northrup hits a triple off Bob Gibson in the 7th inning of the final game of the World Series at Busch stadium in St. Louis. Two runs were driven in and the Detroit Tigers went on to beat the St. Louis Cardinals. 11. Student sit-ins got their share of publicity in 1968 — photo shows Columbia University students during a demonstration in April. . This aerial view shows supporters of the Poor People ' s Campaign ringing the reflecting pool and wading into its waters as they gathered in June at the Lincoln Memorial. At right is Resurrection City. THE 1 9 6 9 W I L D C A T THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM To dream the impossible dream, to fight the unbeatable foe, To bear with unbearable sorrow, to run where the brave dare not go. To right the unrightable wrong, to love pure and chaste from afar, To try when your arms are too wear) " , to reach the unreachable star! This is my quest, to follow that star, No matter how hopeless, no matter how far; To fight for the right without question or pause, To be willing to march into hell for a heavenly cause! And I know if I ' ll only be true To this glorious quest, that my heart will lie peaceful and calm, when I ' m laid to my rest. . . JOHN TARR, President y CHARLES GIBSON Superintendent and Clerk WINIFRED HEERSCHE, Vice- President Unified School District No. 263 Under the able leadership of the School Board of Unified School District 263, Mulvane ' s school system has become an example of outstanding educa- tion. These civic-minded citi- zens have spent countless hours dedicated to the youth of the community, working collective- ly to better our educational pro- gram. DR. LESLIE COBB ROY COLEMAN r RNv vf IRA HALL ROBERT SPEER Gibson Gives Capable Supervision To School Charles A. Gibson, Superintendent of Schools Charles A. Gibson has beenSuperintendent of Unified School District 263 for two years. He and his family moved here from Burlington where he was Superintendent of Schools for seven years. The Gibsons have three children, Steve, Trudy and Kathy. In addition to being an excellent adminis- trator, Superintendent Gibson is known for his ready smile and interest in sports, and he works actively with the community as well as the school to better its educational program. Mr. Gibson was graduated from Wichita State University with an A.B. degree. He also holds an M. A. from Colorado State College of Education. He is now working toward a special- ist ' s degree from Kansas State Teachers Col- lege. Betty Boren, Bookkeeper Coach??? Gibson Mr. J. B. Tarr, President of the School Board, discusses finance with Mr. Gibson. Jean Shaw, Secretary Able MHS Principal Directs School Wisely Lyle C. Couch, the principal of Mulvane High School for the past six years, has capably assumed the ever- increasing responsibili- ties of MHS with humor and dedication. Bringing needed changes into an educational system while at the same time continuing stabil- ity is not easy. The successful 1968- -1969 school year was the first year for a three year high school. Mr. Couch obtained his educational degrees from Northwestern at Alva, Oklahoma, and Wichita State University. He and Mrs. Couch reside at 628 North First Street with their children Rhonda, Chervl and Kvle. Lyle C. Couch, Principal Joan McKinney, Secretary The principal confers with the class presidents. Mulvane Faculty RONALD ADKINS Counselor JEAN BODWELL Librarian 1 9 6 9 ROBERT BURDETTE Industrial Arts MERNA BUTTERWORTH Foreign Languages - ' « " -- DENNIS CAVALIER HAZEL CRAIG JAMES DAVIE MARGARET DAVIE BILL FAIRCHLLD Social Science Home Economics Head Football Coach Girls ' P. E. Driver Education Head Track Coach Boys P. E. Science MARILYN GEORGE ROBERT GLASER JAMES HARRIS Commerce Mathematics Head Basketball Coach Science Social Science ADA JAAX English IV JOE JOHNSON Science JERRY NELSON Social Science WILLIAM PARKER Mathematics TED POWERS ROBERT SCHREINER ROBERT SHERADEN Band Industrial Arts Speech FRANCIS SHOUP WARREN TOWNSEND JERRY WEBSTER Vocational Voical Music Commerce Agriculture ETTIE WELLS English II MOLLY WHITE English III Teddy Hill is served by Ruth Walker, Florene Bow en, and Pat Moses. Jo Daniels School Dietician Madeline Sumpter Czz ' y. Speical Services The students, faculty, and administration all appreciate the effort which the janitors, cooks, and bus drivers put into keeping our school running smoothly and efficiently. The cooks provide delicious and nourishing meals for the school. The janitors keep school facilities clean, but that is only a part of their job. They climb ladders, unlock doors, and help cheerleaders put up posters. The bus drivers, this year mostly women, provide safe and efficient transportation for our out-of-town students. Each and every one of these helpers is a valuable asset to the school. In addition to their com- petence, these people add humor and congeniality to every day. Bus Drivers— LEFT TO RIGHT-- M. Nichols, L. Howard, J. C. Hinds, A. Britton, A. Clasen, C. Diehl, R. Tatum, G. Young, M. Waller, M. Charmichael, J. Delcamp. Camera-Shy Richards Gentle Ben Kopsa ISENIORS LINDA ALBRIGHT CHERYL BRUNER STEVE CHEUVRONT JACK BECK HAL CALCOTE COYD CHURCH Seniors RICK BELL ROGER BROWN JILL CAMPBELL r BRENDA CANAD 1 « RICK COWEL BARRY DAVIS 10 JUDY HEMBROFF NOLAN HEIRD BETTY HAYES RODNEY RARE 11 Within Ourselves, BRUCE KELLEY NANCY KEMP JUDY KIMBLE PEGGY MELTON KRAFT 12 Our Future Lies BARBARA LONG BILLY LONG NEC KER JULIE HAGG LONG CHARLES McCAIN JEANNINE MARTIN jerry Mcdonald DEBBIE MAZZANTI CHARLES MASTERS 13 ron Mcdonald PHIL MORGAN NORRIS PALMER MIKE McKEE JOHN MOSES SUSAN PITTMAN MARSHA MERCHANT ROSE NELSON MARCIA POPE Col ors STEVE MILLER LINDA NIDA rl X MAVIS POTTS 14 Blue And Silver GREG PROCTOR GLEXXYS PURSSELLEY i % MARY BETH REDINGER RICHARD REDER A ' ADA BERGEN ROBINSON SUE RINKER GLORLA RICO CINDY " RICHARDSON V STE " E SMITH DETTA SMITH BECKY ' SMITH AL SMITH 15 BOB SOMMERHAUSER DEBI TARR MORRIS STOUT FLORENCE THARP Our Flower BRENT STU1L ELNORA STUNKEL DIANA THOMAS BETTY WELLS TIM WELLS BELL WESSELS DAVID WILSON DARYL WINEGAR 16 Silver-Tipped Blue Carnation ROY WRIGHT PHIL YACCONI ROGER YOUNG Class Officers: J. HEMBROFF, H. CALCOTE, J. CAMPBELL, G. RICO, G. PROCTOR, D. DOREY. MR. POWERS, MRS. WHITE, Head Sponsor Sponsor MR. DAVIE, Sponsor ■VMXMaMJj JUNIORS Dick Albright Gary Ayers Janice Beck Billie Bergen Bruce Bergmann Trice Blumenshine ffk Dan Bra user Karin Brown ft x i Rick Brush Kay Buchanan Class Of 1970 Deborah Burns V r S3 Shelly Call ? ■ H Frank Carson Carol Collings Karl a Clark Jim Crawford . Linda Darst 1 Robert Decaire Dennis Clasen Pam Dorey Steve Cobb Harold Dudley Steve Fagan Bob Farber Steve Flinn Barbara Foster Trudy Gibson Glenn Glennie 20 S ' Nancy Godwin Anne Harvey- ' s ' " - J) Howard Humbolt Ronnie Jones W ' a £» Joan Gro tiler Carl Norm Hagg Hare Ramona Harjo Susan Hartley Stewart Heersche Linda Herrman Ted Hill Karen Hink Joyce Howlett ' V Vaughn Humbolt Jean Humphrey Diana Johnson f « « . Sylvia Kees Stephanie Kellough John Kelso Karen Kessinger Dorcas Kight 3 r V John Debbie David Ray Calvin Connie Knight Kraus Langlois Langlois Larabee Lattanzio 21 N f Larry Sue Maria Sandy Debbie Learned Lynch Masters McDonald McKnight --4 » - r ' , Brenda Melche ' r Melody Miller Ken Miner Susan Morgan Pat Moses M Michael Musick Barbara Myers Debbie Niblack Steve Nichols Sylvia Patton Larry Paxson I Sherry Pray 4 Ted Pray J Anita Price — - Norma Prins Ed Redinger Sherryl Reekie Richard Rico Sandra Rikli Veronne Riney Carolyn Rock Vicki Rogers Charlene Schwab 22 Danny Selley Lewis Sisco Debbie Smith Matthew Smith Tim Sommerhauser Kaye Standley mn Debra Steadman Time Stroble Raymond Sumpter Teresa Swart Janie Tatum Fred Tefft C Glenna Terrell Eddie Thomas Jerry Ward Steve Watkins Beckie We del Mike Wells - , I Kerry West Jerry Wilson Richard Wharry i ' Jim Whitley Rita Wilson Jeanne Wright Lynetthe Wilder Robert Zimmerman Class Officers: (STANDING) G. Ayers, S. Nichols, D. Brauser. (SEATED) T. Gibson, M. Smith, C. Rock. 23 Jerry Nelson Jerry Webster Head Sponsor Sponsor SOPHOMORES Carol Akins A John Baringer Zoe Albers 7 Galen Barnes w Mark Alvarez 5 Jeff Barton Terry Antle £% - AV? Charles Bodine « » ' Kenneth Ayres V -I - Becky Boyd Lynne Bales fl %||. Becky Bradfield Roger Branine Carol Butts Darrell Cook mm T Sue Brush Mike Campbell Til - 1J ' Dan Cow el Sherri Burns n - M ■ John Carney Gene Crow " ;y Micheal Butcher Debbie Carr Ron Crow rJn Randy Cummins Ronald Vera Butcher Butcher p -V ft P Kirk Edwin Church Clasen Randy Daily • ' - e Beth Davis Lollie Day Gary De Haven Clark Denney Alice Elstun Rick Farber Mark Foster Kathy Garrett Steve Grieve Grace Gunnels Kathy Hale Debbie Hamilton ? v Mark Hardison Del Hargrove Tommy Heird Linda Hembroff Dan Herpolsheimer Roy Herrman Leslie Hess Don Jones ■ r f ' Richard Klopfenstein Corky Lashbrook Debbie Hicks T. J. Jones Kathy Kraft V Craig Levering Gary Howell Paula Ke e ly Susan Labbe Charles Lindsay FT— S? ; i Dale Hukle a Tom Kemp Reid Lang ford ® 4m Patti Long Marsha Humbolt Ml T 7 V V Marsha Kerley Doug Langstaff Robin Longnecker © €b d » Si Claude Jenkins oyce imble Rick Langstaff James Loshesky Steve Carol Mary Kathy Mitch Lee Roy Love Markham McCain McDowell McKee Melton Gary Elizabeth Barbara Marci Steve Max Millen Miller Morgan Morgan Moses Nichols Buz Nye : V ' Rex Pyeatt Eugene Rikli Karen Robinson Larry Parker LaRell Ralstin Phil Roney Sandra Patten y-Y " T Karen Reder Owen Ritchal K Ann Sargeant Sharon Phillips l % Eddie Redmon Teresa Ritchal Beth Schroeder Ronnie Pierson Juan it a Reekie Steve Rivera N ? Darla Schuessler David Pottorff Rosemary Rigney Norlan Roberts Mike Schultz V-rf . ' Wl Lark Scott Mike Shepard Gary Showalter ft Mary Simon f I Tony Slavens r SfM Debbie Smith Eric Smith Rick Snider Danny Snyder Wayne Stauffer Joe Stites Curtis Stoffel Melvin Strait Don Struble Gracie Stunkel Donni Taylor Shirley Taylor Billy Tharp h - Y- ffll :- fS. m Helen Thomas Verne ita Thompson Jack Wessels Carol Wharton Don Titir S V K Kathy Van Sickel ft Marcella Ward Craig White Mike Winn Michael Wirths ,« ' , , - Steve Wright Rommy Yacconi Randy Young t-C-ffenD Ql I ft Rick Zimmer Class Officers: M. McKee, K. Hale, R. Longnecker, B. Davis, R. Far- Head Sponsor ber, M. Campbell. Mr. Glaser Linda Wayman Lynda Wright Sponsor Mr. Cavalier Mrs. Butterworth Sponsor Z O H N 2 o H H U KAY CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD TOP ROW: Mr. Burdette, Sponsor; C. Ayers; S. Miller; S Kuntz Stu-Co Rep. ; M. McKee; T. Hill; D. Hargrove. BOTTOM ROW: D. Dorey; R. Wright; Mr. Nelson, Sponsor; P. Roney; R. Rico, Vice- President; J. Stites; B. Davis, President; S. Cobb; D. Hukle, Trea- surer; M. McKee, Secreatry Kay Club Kays Promote Service and Leadership Kansas Association for Youth is the service organization for boys of Mul- vane High School. The main service areas are the school, the community and the world. Donating paintings to the school library and money to the Hottle Olympic fund were the club ' s main projects for the 1968--1969 school year. Kay club also helped with both homecoming dances. Any boy at Mul- vane High School is eligible to become a Kay member. Sponsors of this active group are Mr. Jerry Nelson and Mr. Robert Burdett. KAY CLUB MEMBERS TFFT TO RIGHT TOP ROW: J. Carms, T. Sommerhauser. E. Clasen, M. Hardison, R. Snider, U. belley, u. Hill, D. Dorey, S. Miller KAYETTE BOARD STANDING: D. Denney, S. Taylor, B. Wells. SEATED, BACK ROW: S. Call, J. Humphrey, B. Long, B. Irwin. 2ND ROW: J. Hum- phrey, D. Kraus, B. Wedel, G. Rico- Vice-President. 3RD ROW: R. Nelson, T. Gibson, Secretary, B. Foster, C. Greathouse. 4TH ROW: A. Harvey, J. Campbell- President, M. Morgan- Treasurer, C. Rock. Kayettes Strive For Service In keeping with the times, the Kayettes, under the direction of President Jill Campbell, began the 1968-69 year with a visit to the draft board. Draft notices were issued and dues were collected at the ticket window. Community service was the main goal this year with the Kayettes selling books at Old Settler s Day, working with concessions, and serving at various school and community banquets. In addition, the Kayettes enjoyed many varied programs including a florist ' s exhibit and a panel discussion, the panel consisting of six Senior boys. The club was capably sponsored by Mrs. Ettie Wells. LEFT TO RIGHT TOP ROW: B. Wells, B. Long, D. Smith, S. Phillips, P. Keely, D. Smith, J. Martin, V. Rogers, B. Irwin, J. Campbell. 2ND ROW: S. Pittman, M. Pope, J. Hagg, P. Long, C. Rock, N. Godwin, T. Gibson, J. Hembroff, J. Beck, K. Brown, C. Bruner, G. Pursselley, J. Howlett, L. Albright. 3RD ROW: B. Boyd, T. Antle, D. Hicks, T. Ritchal, L. Day, M. Humbolt, J. Reekie, M. Simon, B. Davis, S. Labbe, L. Scott, J. Kimble. 4TH ROW: B. Bradfield, V. Thompson, G. Rico, N. Kemp, J. Humphrey, L. Hembroff, H. Thomas, M. Morgan, R. Longnecker, A. Sargeant, C. Butts, K. Hale, L. Bales, B. Schroeder, R. Nelson. 5TH ROW: K. Garrett, N. Hightower, C. Greathouse, E. Stunkel, D. Denney, M. McCain, N. Roberts, J. Wright, K. Kessinger, K. Hink, M. Miller, A. Price, J. Grother. 6TH ROW: L. Ralstin, D. Hamilton, S. Taylor ' , C. Whorton, R. Rigney, V. Riney, C. Collings, J. Humphrey, K. Reder, E. Miller, J. Lassley, R. Harjo, D. Tarr. 7TH ROW: Mrs. Wells, A. Harvey, D. Taylor, D. Niblack, T. Blumenshine, C. Lattanzio, S. Reekie, D. Kraus, S. Call, B. Wedel, B. Melcher, B. Foster, G. Stunkel. p!t«jc|} FFA OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Hardison, L. Jones, C. Church, B. Wessels, J. Beck, A. Smith, S. Cheuvront, Mr. Shoup, Sponsor. FFA Stresses Leadership In order to become a member of Future Farm- ers of America, a student must be enrolled in, or have had one year of vo- cational agriculture. One phase of vocational agri- culture which is new to MHS this year is agribusi- ness. For the first six weeks, the students have an orientation class, then they report to their re- spective work stations where they obtain practi- cal experience working in an agriculturally-related business. Each boy works in three different busines- ses during the school year. This program follows the nationwide trend to- ward distributive educa- tion. Mr. Francis Shoup is the vocational agriculture instructor and sponsor of FFA. FFA LEFT TO RIGHT: TOP ROW: S. Rivera, J. Wessels, D. Langlois, T. Slavens, E. Redinger, R. Langlois, G. Glennie, K. West, R. Farber, G. DeHaven, D. Schultz. 2ND ROW: M. Wells, S. Grieve, M. Winn, R. Rico, S. Heersche, S. Flinn, L. Learned, V. Humbolt, D. Albright, C. Jenkins, D. Bodine. 3RD ROW: T. Pray, H. Humbolt, W. Stoffer, J. Whitley, R. McDonald, J. Knight, P. Morgan, K. Church, R. Young, R. Butcher, C. Denney. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Shoup, L. Jones, A. Smith, S. Cheuvront, J. Beck, B. Wessels, C. Church, M. Hardison. FFA SWEETHEART ELNORA STUNKEL FHA. FHA BOARD: TOP ROW: K. Kessinger, K. Kight, Mrs. Craig- sponsor, J. Martin, C. Brunei- 2nd Vice-president, D. Smith, D. Tarr-President, R. Nelson- District Song Leader, A. Price. BOTTOM ROW: J. Wright- Historian, B. Irwin- lst vice-president, C. Rock- secretary, B. Foster, M. Kerley, D. Smith, K. Hink- treasurer, S. Kees. JOHN MOSES- FHA BEAU 1969 FHA members began the year with enthusiasm as they " dodged " Kayette draft no- tices. This was the beginning of an active year during which members attended the district meeting at Pratt, sold candy, made nutcaps for the Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary, held a community carnival, had a parent-daughter banquet, gave two puppies to winners of the puppy raffle, and earned money at a rummage sale. The highlight of the year was a trip to Topeka for twelve active FHA ' ers, accompanied by Mrs. Craig and three Chap- ter mothers. This trip con- sisted of attending the state meeting and -staying in Topeka two nights due to a snowstorm. ROSE GIRLS: Karen Hink; Karin Kessinger; Rose Nelson, Miss FHA; Dorcas Kight, Jeanne Wright. FHA--TOP ROW: S. Burns, D. Hamilton, R. Rigney, C. Wharton, T. Ritchal, S. Patton, N. Roberts, M. McCain, C. Akins, M. Kerley, V. Thompson. 2ND ROW: Mrs. Craig, G. Pursselley, D. Carr, S. Philips, D. Smith, B. Bradfield, V. Rogers, D. Smith, J. Tatum, K. Standley, G. Terrell, S. Kees, D. Burns. 3RD ROW: B. Foster, C. Rock, T. Blumenshine, B. Melcher, D. Johnson, K. Clark, J. Wright, K. Kessinger, K. Hink, A. Price, D. Kight, P. Dorey, J. Howlett, R. Harjo. BOTTOM ROW: R. Nelson, J. Long, S. Pittman, M. Pope, N. Hightower.D. Smith, J. Martin, F. Tharp, B. Irwin, J. Lassley, B. Smith, C. Bruner, D. Tarr. M-CLUB OFFICERS AND SPONSORS TOP ROW- J. Davie, D. Cavalier, J. Harris, J. Webster, Sponsors. BOTTOM ROW- R. Rico- Stu-Co, J. Beck- Vice President, M. McKee President, J. Moses- Secretary-Treasurer. MULVANE ATHLETIC LETTERMEN STIMULATE TOTAL SCHOOL GROWTH The Mulvane Letterman ' s Club of 1969 has been, as usual, a large and active one. One of the major activities of the 1969 M-Club was to sponsor an annual benefit basket- ball game. The senior and junior high faculties, coached by Jim Davie, played the downtown mer- chants who were led by Jim Sharpe, an arlent supporter of athletics. From the proceeds of this benefit basketball game, the M-Club, with the help of the athletic fund, pur- chased a whirlpool bath and a movie projector. The M-Club of 1969 was a club of drive and de- sire. COACHS ' CORNER M-CLUB TOP ROW- L TO R: R. Crow, M. Nichols, S. Flinn, C. Lindsey. FIFTH ROW- J. Crawford, T. Hill, J. Ward, D. Bodine, R. Farber, M. McKee. FOURTH ROW- D. Hukle, S. Riney, S. Cheuvront, R- Reder, D. Titus, B. Nye. THIRD ROW- J. Barton, D. Brauser, H. Calcote, M. McKee, S. Heershee, R. Daily. SECOND ROW- L. Jones, S. Nichols, J. Beck, R. Rico, M. Winn. BOTTOM ROW- J. Moses, B. Davis, C. Proctor, C. Masters, B. Longnecker, B. Stull. k i j u F ' — - — K ' " " ji " F ' $ ' ♦ ' » i r _ ( 3 |-| r ■ i Officers - LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Smith, Treasurer; J. Humphrey, president; E. Stunkel, vice-president; J. Humphrey, Secretary; R. Nelson, stu-co representa- tive. National Honor Society The basic purpose of National Honor Society is to develop character, to promote leadership, to stimulate a desire to ren- der service and to create an enthusiasm for scholar- ship. Juniors and seniors who meet the qualifica- tions of scholarship, ser- vice, character and leadership are eligible to join. The sponsors are Mrs. Jaax and Mr. Adkins. II NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY TOP ROW- R. ADKINS, sponsor, R. Reder, F. Tefft, D. Wilson, S. Cobb, D. Brauser, S. Miller, H. Kopsa, A. JAAX, sponsor, E. Stunkel, J. Humphrey. SECOND ROW- C. Masters, R. Wright, B. Farber, M. Smith, G. Ayers, R. Sumpter, D. Selley, G. Rico, B. Foster, J.Humphrey, B. Wells, A. Harvey, D. Tarr. BOTTOM ROW- T. Blumenshine, R. Nelson, J. Martin, B. Irwin, J. Wright, C. Great- house, C. Richardson, T. Gibson, B. Wedel, S. Call. Pep Club Cheers Team To CHEERLEADERS- G. Stunkel; L. Hembroff; J. Hembroff- Head Cheerleader; J. Humphrey; T. Gibson. y PEP CLUB OFFICERS TOP TO BOTTOM- IS. Foster, Secretary; J. Kimble, Vice- President; E. Stunkel, President; J. Hem- broff, Head Cheerleader; A. Harvey, Treasurer. Adding spirit and enthusiasm to basketball and football games alike, the girls in Pep Club have devoted much time and voice-power to supporting our team. In addition to cheering at all basketball and football games, Pep Club sold football mums, helped with the crowning ceremonies of both basketball and football royalty, and sold concessions. President Elnora Stunkel, with assistance from their sponsors, Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Davie, has led a club which has contributed much to school spirit. PEP CLUB TOP ROW- T. Blumenshine, C. Rock, J. Humphrey, C. Lattanzio, D. Denney, J. Campbell, B. Long, N. Kemp. 2ND ROW- G. Rico, B. Wells, E. Stunkel, S. Call, B. Boyd, L. Day, M. Humbolt, M. Simon, B. Davis. 3RD ROW- E. Miller, C. Whorton, L. Scott, P. Keely, P. Long, A. Elstun, D. Taylor. N. Hightower, B. Schroedor, K. Reder, S. Labbe. 4TH ROW- J. Kimble, S. Phillips, D. Smith, S. Patton, T. Ritchal, S. Taylor, K. Clark. A. Price, K. Hink, K. Kessinger. 5TH ROW- J. Lassley, C. Collings, S. Burns, L. Bales, C. Butts, H. Thomas, K. Hale, M. Morgan, R. Longnecker, A. Sargeant. 6TH ROW- S. Kees, G. Terrell, D. Johnson, M. Kerley, V. Thompson, B. Bradfield, C. Akins, P. Dorey, J. Hewlett, K. Buchanan. 7TH ROW- D. Thomas. S. Rinker, R. Harjo, D. Burns, D. Kight, K. Brown, J. Beck, S. Pray, C. Schwab, C. Greathouse. 8TH ROW- Mr. Johnson, Mrs. Davie, J. Kimble, D. Delcamp, J. Martin, L. Albright, B. Foster, N. Godwin. A. Harvey, B. Wedel. BOTTOM ROW- G. Stunkel, L. Hembroff, J. Hem- broff, J. Humphrey, T. Gibson. V 6 $S n Pep Club Lj f iir " QlDr ■ • ■ft fHU ' r OFFICERS- Mr. Faiichild and Mr. Parker, sponsors; B. Wedel, Secretary; C. Masters, President; Mitch McKee, Treasurer, and Mike McKee, Vice-Presi- dent. Stuco Molds Today s Students Into Adults Of Tomorrow At the end of another busy year, the members of student council have continued the tradition of student government, of the students, by the students, and for the students. Among the accomplishments of this year ' s coun- cil were revision of the dress code, installation of a fruit machine, participation in Intra-League Student Exchange Day, celebration of a victorious football season by having a Fun Day, selection of several lyceums, and presented three school dances. A year full of accomplishments to be proud of . . . but they didn ' t fix the parking lot! Chuck Masters Stu-co Pres. STUDENT COUNCIL TOP ROW: C. Masters, D. Dorey; D. Tarr; J. Campbell; S. Kuntz; M. Hardison; D. Brauser. SECOND ROW: G. Rico; G. Proctor; R. Rico; T. Gibson; M. Campbell; R. Nelson. BOTTOM ROW: B. Wedel, Mike McKee, E. Stunkel; Mitch McKee, K.Hale. ■ ff% QUILL TYPE OFFICERS B. Wells, Vice- President; J. Hembroff, Secretary; G. Rico, Treasurer; L. Jones, President. Quill Type is a service organi- zation which makes posters and takes tickets for athletic events. Each year a designated number of Sophomores are elected into the club by the outgoing Seniors and remaining Juniors. The Quill Type enjoyed two parties this year. The first was an evening at the show and eating at die Pizza Hut; the second was a picnic at Linwood Park. Mrs. George and Mr. Adkins, sponsors, have been a great aid to Leland Jones, president, and the other officers of Quill Type. MRS. GEORGE - SPONSOR QULLL TYPE TOP ROW: D. Brauser, S. Flinn, R. Rico, B. Longnecker, L. Jones, S. Heersche, H. Kopsa, D. Selley, F. Carson, S. Kuntz. 2ND ROW: C. Lattanzio, J. Humphrey, D. Kraus, T. Blumenshine, C. Rock, B. Wedel, T. Gibson, C.Collings, S. Call, Mrs. George, Sponsor. 3RD ROW: G. Rico, N. Kemp, B. Long, J. Humphrey, D. Denney, J. Campbell, E. Stunkel, J. Hembroff, B. Wells, Mr. Adkins, Sponsor. BOTTOM ROW:G. Proctor, R. Sumpter, T. Hill, B. Kelley, B. Davis, S. Miller, S. Nichols, B. Stull. S. Watkins. « - 4 i Mmal 111 GIRLS GLEE CLUB: TOP ROW: Mr. Townsend, J. Hembroff, R. Nelson, F. Tharp, D. Kraus, J. Martin, D. Delcamp, E. Stunkel, D. Smith, L. Scott, T. Blumenshine, E. Miller, D. Tarr, B. Foster, C. Bruner, S. Phillips. 2ND ROW: D. Denney, L. Wilder, A. Harvey, S. Labbe, S. Call, S. Morgan, K. Hink, J. Wright, B. Wedel, C. Collings, V. Riney. 3RD ROW: G. Stunkel, K. Hale, M. Morgan, K. Reder, A. Sargeant, K. Kraft, V. Thompson, R. Harjo, P. Keely, L. Hembroff, B. Schroeder, M. Kerley, S. Burns, T. Gibson. BOT- TOM ' ROW: G. Pursselley, D. Schuessler, D. Hicks, D. Burns, C. Wharton, H. Thomas, B. Bradfield, C. Butts, L. Bales, R. Longnecker, L. Ralston, D. Hamilton, K. Garrett. Vocal Ensembles, Classes Encourage Harmony And Rhythm Vocal music, under the direction of Mr. Warren Townsend, presented several fine concerts this year. After many hours of practice, Thanksgiving and Christmas programs were presented. Later in the year, vocal groups also took part in a spring concert and graduation ceremonies. This year the league music contest was held at Circle High School and the state contest was at Kingman. Those who participated earned good ratings. Accompanists greatly aided the vocal music groups. Becky Wedel accompanied Mixed Chorus and Varsity Girls Glee Club, Carol Butts accompanied Girls Glee Club and Gary Ayers accompanied Boys Glee Club. BOYS GLEE CLUB: TOP ROW: J. Wilson, R. Wright, B. Kelley, G. Barnes, M. McKee, D. Wilson, F. Hink, J. Crawford, S. Kuntz, D. Brauser, S. Heersche. 2ND ROW: J. Baringer, D. Cook, P. Roney, J. Garms, M. Winn, M. McKee, H. Calcote, T. Wells, R. Reder, R. Hare, J. Whitley. 3RD ROW: Mr. Townsend, J. Carney, S. Wright, G. Ayers, S. Miller, D. Hargrove, R. Farber, D. Hukle, S. Cobb, R. Jones, M. Smith, S. Nichols. 48 l ± er. MIXED CHORUS: TOP ROW: W. Townsend, S. Wright, J. Baringer, R. Wright, G. Ayers, R. Reder. R. Hare, D. Wilson, F.Hink, H. Calcote, J. Crawford, M. McKee, D. Brauser, M. Smith, S. Heersche. THIRD ROW: J. Wilson, P. Ronev, J. Garms, S. Miller, B. Kelley, M. McKee, D. Hargrove, R. Farber, D. Hukle, S. Cobb. T. Wells, S. Kuntz, S. Nichols, J. Whitley. SECOND ROW: D. Denney, J. Hembroff, A. Harvey, F. Tharp, J. Martin, D. Kraus. S. Morgan, E. Stunkel, D. Smith, J. Howlett, T. Blumenshine, E. Miller, D. Tarr, J. Wright, C. Bruner, S. Phillips, V. Riney. BOTTOM ROW: G. Purselley, G. Stunkel, L. Wilder, R. Nelson, S. Labbe, S. Call, D. Delcamp, J. Humphrey, L. Scott, M. Miller, B. Morgan, K. Hink, B. Wedel, B. Foster. C. Collings, T. Gibson. MIXED ENSEMBLE: TOP ROW: R. Wright, D. Denney, M. McKee, E. Stunkel, D. Wilson, M. Miller, S. Cobb, B. Wedel. BOTTOM ROW: B. Foster, G. Ayers, D. Kraus, M. Smith, L. Scott, J. Whitley, V. Riney. GIRLS ENSEMBLE: TOP ROW: S. Morgan. J. Howlett, K. Hink, B. Wedel, B. Morgan. BOTTOM ROW: G. Pursselley, S. Phil- lips, S. Labbe, J. Wright. LOWER BRASS: TOP ROW: L. Scott, J. Whitley, R. Wright, G. Ayers, D. Wilson, D. Hukle, S. Heersche, J. Stites, K. West. BOTTOM ROW: M. Smith, F. Hink, J. Martin, T. Hill, D. Albright, B. Nye, R. Reder, Mr. Powers, S. Watkins. Concerts, Football Games, Parades Highlight Band Activities Under the direction of Mr. Ted Powers, the band this year has continued the tradition of being a tremendous marching band as well as being a good concert band. Marching at football games, regardless of the weather, participating in the State Fair parade at Hutchinson, and attending a band picnic were some of the activities of die band this year. The Pep Band added spirit to all basketball games and also played at a WSU basketball game this winter. Two members of the band, David Wil- son and Steve Cobb have been selected to member- ship in the National Lion ' s Club band which will tour in Japan this summer. In addition to these activities, the band performed many concerts this year, including several in cooperation with the vocal music department and one with the three other bands in the school system. The whole school is proud of our exceptional band. TRUMPET SECTION: TOP ROW: B. Kelley, J. Wes- sels, K. Ayers, M. Stout, R. Hare, G. Proctor. BOT- TOM ROW: P. Roney, B. Farber, W. Stoffel, J. Humphrey, R. Snider, K. Hale, C. Rock. CLARINET SECTION: TOP ROW: G. Barnes, D. Herpol- sheimer, J. Baringer, L. Bales, S. Wright, R. Rigney, J. Kimble, S. Phillips, S. Love. BOTTOM ROW: K. Hink, C. Wharton, M. Miller, A. Price, L. Albright, N. Prins, D. Delcamp, C. Collings, S. Call. PEP BAND: TOP ROW: K. West. SECOND ROW: V. Rogers, R. Nelson, G. Barnes. THIRD ROW: T. Swart, H. Kopsa, D. Wilson. FOURTH ROW: D. Tarr, B. Farber, B. Nye, J. Martin, M. Smith, B. Kelley. BOTTOM ROW: R. Snider, G. Ayers, D. Selley, M. Campbell, F. Carson, R. Sumpter, J. Wessels. ,». ■• -v 9. o @ f A. A -4 -•- Mi - 1 i y • i it MAJORETTES: S. Call, P. Keeley, B. Wedel. DRUM SECTION: TOP ROW: M. Campbell, E. Miller, L. Parker, D. Hargrove, M. Hardison, G. Showalter. BOTTOM ROW: R. Sumpter, D. Selley, G. Rico, F. Carson, J. Crawford, B. Bergmann, J. Barton, C. Denney. SAXOPHONE SECTION: TOP ROW: S. Cobb, S. Miller, H. Kopsa, J. Garms, D. Jones. BOTTOM ROW: R. Nelson, V. Rogers, J. Kimble, J. Howlett, N. Roberts. BAND OFFICERS: Mr. Powers, Sponsor; J. Hum- phrey, Vice-President; G. Rico, Secretary; G. Proctor, President; F. Carson, Treasurer. WOODWIND SECTION: TOP ROW: B. Long, B. Wells, D. Tarr, M. Winn, B. Wedel, E. Miller, B. Irwin, T. Blumens ' hine. BOTTOM ROW: D. Schuessler, T. Gib- son D. S. Smith, D. Denney, T. Swart, D. L. Smith. ' iin III I ' Ui ' J It .11. s t L u i d b e r n a t r i a n s LIBRARIANS: TOP ROW: Left to Right: T. Blumenshine, M. Redinger, R. Rigney, B. Smith, E. Stunkel. V. Rogers, K. Brown, L. Nida, B. Canady, J. Howlett. BOTTOM ROW: S. Brush, C. Bruner, Miss Jean Bodwell, librarian, G. Pursselley, M. Pope. Library Staff Provides Valuable School Service j The student librarians, working with Miss Jean Bodwell, librarian, have proved to be valuable assets by checking out books, locating books, and collecting fines. Along with these tasks the librarians decorate the bulletin board in the library with various themes. The service which they perform is recognized at the awards assembly. The knowledge these librarians have gained through their work will also undoubtedly be of aid to them in later studies. Annual Staff The members of the staff of the 1969 Wildcat carried out many plans throughout the year in order to prepare the annual for publication. Planning pages, selecting the cover and theme, writing stories and taking pictures are but a few of the tasks which were completed by the members. The editors of this year ' s Wildcat are Debi Tarr and Barry Davis. ij I! I ill ANNUAL STAFF TOP ROW: Left to Right: R. Wright, B. Wells, M. McKee, E. Stunkel, R. Reder, C. Church, S. Kuntz, H. Kopsa, L. Jones, H. Calcote, G. Proctor. SECOND ROW: M. Redinger, N. Hightower, G. Rico, G. Pursselley. BOTTOM ROW:D. Dorey, D. Smith, R. Nelson, D. Tarr, Co-editor, B. Davis, Co- editor, S. Pittman, J. Humphrey, J. Campbell, B.Irwin, B. Smith. N.F.L. The National Forensics League is the newest club at Mulvane High School. Having this club in school is an honor as schools must be offered charters before they can affiliate with N.F.L. Most of this year was spent in organizing the club and in obtaining records of past meets attended by members. N.F.L. members are awarded keys and stones to set in them according to points earned through forensic and debate activities. OFFICERS: K. Kraft, secretary; S. Morgan, student council representative; Mr. Sheraden; B. Morgan, president; C. Stoffel, treasurer. STANDING: G. Ayers, C. McCain, C. Stoffel, Mr. Sheraden, M. Smith. SITTING: G. Barnes, R. Cummins, S. Morgan, B. Morgan, G. Gunnels, K. Kraft. Barbara Morgan, outstand- ing speech student. Debate This year ' s debate squad continued the tradition of a fine year. Although no trophies were won, the Mulvane Debaters made impressive showings at all tournaments. The district debate team, consisting of Barbara Morgan and Curtis Stoffel, affirmative; Suzan Morgan and Gary Ayers, negative; and Debi Tarr, alternate, placed third in the District meet at Kingman. They then went on to Augusta for the Re- gional meet, where they did well. Kathy Kraft replaced Curtis at the Re- gional meet. The debate squad con- sisted mostly of sophomores and juniors this year which is promising for next year. STANDING :C. Stoffel, C. McCain, D. Tarr, Mr. Sheridan. SITTING: M. Smith, S. Heersche, D. Denney, L. Hess, J. Carney, G. Gunnels, S. Morgan, C. Schwab, R. Cummins, G. Barnes, N. Godw in, B. Morgan. " THE MAGIC TOUCH " By Albert Johnson Robert Braddock Matthew Smith June Braddock Rose Nelson Bobbete Braddock .... Kay Buchanan Miss Blodgett Jeanne Wright Mrs. Washington Suzan Morgan Socko Kerry West Hank Larry Jones Chuck Jim Whitley Ophelea Barbara Morgan Willie Randy Cummins Mrs. Stockdale Cheryl Bruner Mrs. Clarence Joyce Howlett Mrs. Poo Jill Campbell Frieda Fisher Debbie Denney Squint Steve Cobb Girls Kathy Kraft Shelly Call Trudy Gibson Lighting Effects Leslie Hess Kathy Kraft Student Director .... Randy Cummins Props Debi Tarr Sponsor Robert Sheraden f! , ' , r %wM y H w »ife 0 1? MPM s E N I O R Barry Davis Jack Beck Co-Captain Brent Stall i ' »» , : ,%MM ■ " ' ' ••i ' ' , WSJ . S$muf» Rod Hare Mike McKee Co -Captain .f% v 0W% Br STANDING: T. Hill, B. Stull, D. Brauser, ]. Crawford. FRONT ROW: L. Jones, M. McKee, G. Proctor, B. Longnecker, J. Moses, J. Beck, H. Calcote. Phil Yacconi Al Smith ■ ,.- ,, , ffc ' COACHES Dermis Cavalier; Head Coach, Jim Davie; Jerry Webster Hal Calcote ' .r. " OW 8 ■iHr» ' -. % STANDING: S. Nichols, J. Moses, J. Crawford, J. Beck, T. Hill. FRONT ROW: L. Jones, M. McKee, G. Proctor, P. Yaccorri, Mike McKee, H. Calcote. Billy Longnecker Tf m John Moses % Greg Proctor Leland Jones st»a ■ .■■■■:- 14 12 na " " L. SdL " - - fejs «— i - J5L • .- ■ % ' «« . w ft . TOP ROW: Coach Webster, M. Hardison, R. Pyeatt, P. Roney, M. Shepard, R. Herrman, D. Hukle, M. Mc- Kee, M. Nichols, M. Winn, S. Riney, G. Millen, D. Hargrove, S. Rivera, R. Daily, J. Barton, J. Stites, G. Crow, Coach Cavalier. SECOND ROW: R. Snider, S. Moses, D. Titus, F. Tefft, J. Ward, T. Hill, D. Brauser, D. Langlois, B. Farber, S. Nichols, R. Rico, S. Heersche, J. Crawford, R. Jones, S. Cobb, G. Glennie. BOTTOM ROW: A. Smith, R. Hare, B. Longnecker, L. Jones, H. Calcote, J. Beck, Mike McKee, J. Moses, B. Davis, G. Proctor, B. Stull, P. Yacconi, Coach Davie. Chisholm Trail CHISHOLM TRAIL Mulvane High School ' s football squad captured eight victories and suffered no losses in 1968. Not only did the Wildcats have a perfect record, but the team was voted the top Class AAA football squad in the state; need- less to say they won the Chisholm Trail League title. Jim Davie, in his first year as head coach, brought the Wildcats from an impressive 1967 season record of 7-2 to an unblemished season mark of 8-0 in 1968. The Wildcats averaged over 31 points per game, and held opponents to an average of 5 points per game. The Wild- cat football team, in 1968, extended Mulvane ' s reign as, not only the best in the Chisholm Trail, but also the best in the state. SBS B-TEAM: TOP ROW: S. Moses, R. Rico, M. Nichols, D. Hukle, D. Titus, P. Roney. SECOND ROW: R. Daily, J. Barton, S. Cobb, S. Heersche, M. Winn, S. Riney, J. Ward, G. Millen, B. Farber. 60 ik ' «!9$t! : Jfl£ .8°w 71 uA JrtS 1 « it: 6b3k24X,6 A34 Resu Its Of iard Season WE THEY Derby 19 14 Sedan 34 Augusta 19 2 Circle 48 7 Valley Center 26 13 And over 39 Clear- water 32 Parsons 27 6 Undefeated Champions As the year of 1968 has proved, the Wildcats of Mulvane High are continuing their reputation as a tremen- dous ball club. The fighting Wildcats had ten members of the team winning all-League honors. They were: Jack Beck, LB; Hal Calcote, E; Jim Crawford, HB; Teddy Hill, HB; Mike McKee, T; Mitch McKee, DT; John Moses, G; Steve Nichols, CB; Greg Proctor, G; Brent Stull, FB. There were also five members of the W ildcat team who were selected as honorary members of the All-Central team of Central Kansas. They were: Mike McKee, 1st team; Jack Beck, Jim Crawford, John Moses, and Greg Proctor, honorable mention. Mike was also chosen for the high honor of All-State Tackle. The Wildcats have accomplished many individual honors this year as well as innumerable accomplishments as a team. Managers: Mark Hardison. Rick Snider Cheerleaders: G. Stunkel. Head cheerleader J. Hem- broff T. Gibson. L. Hembroff, J. Humphrey. 61 Football Snaps LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Cheuvront, R. Branine, R. Crow, G. DeHaven, R. Reder, R. Farber, B. Nye. Cross Country The cross country team at Mulvane had a successful season in 1968. Although the team consisted of only seven members, Mulvane took 1st place in the League, won the Ark City Meet, and took 4th in the Regional. Cross country takes much work and ability for those who participate. Richard Reder and Steve Cheuvront were the senior letter- men on the team. Buz Nye and Ron Crow won the honor of going to the state cross country meet. Coach Jim Harris gives the boys incentive with his coaching ability as well as his sense of humor. Since there are five sophomores on this year ' s team, we are looking forward to next year ' s meets. Steve Cheuvront Richard Reder Coach Jim Harris Buz Nye and Richard Reder with team trophy. A-TEAM- LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Harris, D. Brauser, T. Hill, L. Jones, J. Crawford, M. McKee, C. Lindsay, R. Farber, M. Nichols, J. Barton, S. Flinn, R. Rico, Coach Cavalier. u mm Ik m ■ i k H Captain Mike McKee Fighting Wildcats The Mulvane Wildcat basketball team was not the best team in Mulvane history, but when one rates fighting and straining, this year ' s team can not be beaten. Coach Jim Harris demanded that every man hustle constantly. Two men on the team, Dan Brauser and Ted Hill made all League. Coach Jim Harris was quite pleased with the way the boys played for most of the year. He is looking forward to an even better year in 1969-70. STARTING FIVE Leland Jones BASKETBALL RECORD RECORD WE THEY Kingman 5S 50 Oxford 62 53 D erby 66 55 Augusta 55 62 Hillsboro 56 5d And over 57 59 Anthony 54 71 Valley Center 76 64 Circle 5S 65 Campus Invitational Peabody 51 52 Hillsboro 52 37 Carrol 61 52 Goddard 69 62 Medicine Lodge 67 53 Augusta 63 65 Clearwater 77 67 Andover 53 57 Valley Center 56 72 Circle 52 77 B-TEAM:LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Roney, F. Carson, M. Winn, S. Heersche, R. Rico, S. Flinn, D. Har- grove, Coach Cavalier, C. Lindsay, R. Farber, D. Hukle, J. Barton, M. Xichols, C. Levering, M. Hardison. B T e a m : ' l : ' . " " W EEp- „ ., i i i i ii mi ll ,i , ' , ! mm p JB _-...— - r- — — — v, . - - ? i 5 rap . p o TOP ROW: R. Pierson, Coach Cavalier, M. Hardison. SECOND ROW: J. Ward, D. Titus, R. Daily, D. Har- grove J. Loshesky, R. Branine, J. Stites, R. Young. THIRD ROW: R. Sumpter, B. Nye, P. Roney, D. Bodine, S. Riney, M. Winn, D. Pottorff, G. DeHaven. BOTTOM ROW: R. Reder, S. Cheuvront, J. Beck, G. Proctor, S. Nichols, T. Hill, M. McKee, R. Farber, D. Brauser, R. Crow. Track Wildcats The 1969 Mulvane track team was composed of a fine spirited bunch of hustling boys. The team was headed by five seniors who pro- vided skilled leadership. Mulvane also had a new track coach in ' 69, Dennis Cavalier. Coach Cavalier kept the boys enthusiastic with good hard work-outs! With the 22 returning track boys and the incom- ing boys, we are sure to have a winning season in 1970. Greg Proctor Steve Cheuvront gjS?f " " -v Mike McKee Jack Beck Richard Reder 3k €t o o X u 01 Senior ' 69?? BRUCE KELLEY BARBARA LONG BRENT STULL MICKIE JONES STEVE SMITH CINDY RICHARDSON TIM WELLS CHERYL BRUNER JAMES GARMS CLENNYS PURSSELLEY PHILLIP YACCONI MARY BETH REDINGER iafl yjtoJ BOB SOMMERHAUSER DETTA SMITH NOLAN HEIRD MARCIA POPE JACK BECK JEANNDME MARTIN Ap AssV CHUCK MASTERS KAREN LAWSON TOMMY HOWELL JUDY HEMBROFF DOUG DOREY BEVERLY IRWIN jj STEVE CHEUVRONT DONNA DELCAMP AL SMITH ROSE NELSON HAL CALCOTE NANCY HIGHTOWER david wilson diana thomas phil morgan julie hagg ron Mcdonald jill campbell hal kopsa linda nida jerry Mcdonald janet humphrey ricky bell vada bergen 74 JOHNNY DUKE NANCY KEMP CHARLES McCAIN FLORENCE THARP LELAND JONES SUE RINKER COYD CHURCH JUDY KIMBLE ROY WRIGHT DIAN ROGERS MIKE McKEE ELNORA STUNKEL ROGER YOUNG BETTY HAYES BARRY DAVIS DEBI TARR STEVE MILLER PEGGY MELTON ft ft BILL LONGNECKER DEBI DENNEY DALE HENDRY DEBBIE MAZZANTI BILL WESSELS BECKY SMITH DARYL WLNEGAR BETTY WELLS ROD HARE BRENDA CANADY ROGER BROWN SUSAN PITTMAN Q | a ft .4. U. m % i m m m , FRED HLNK CAROL GREATHOUSE GREG PROCTOR MARSHA MERCHANT JOHN MOSES STEVE KUNTZ LARRY JONES RICHARD REDER JOYCE LASSLEY NORRIS PALMER RICK COWEL MORRIS STOUT 75 Sherrill Layton Ast In Memoriam The students of MHS will always have fond memories of Sherrill Layton Ast, who was always an enthusiastic supporter of school activities. Sherrill was active as a cheerleader, and a member of Pep club, Kayettes, band and vocal music. The real memory of Sherrill will be one of a cheerful smile and a cheerful heart, and a willingness to help other people. The class of 1968 dedicated a beauti- ful original painting which hangs in the high school in Sherrill ' s honor. THE ROSE STILL GROWS BEYOND THE WALL Near shady wall a rose once grew, Budded and blossomed in God ' s free light, Watered and fed by morning dew, Shedding its sweetness day and night. As it grew and blossomed, fair and tall, Slowly rising to loftier height, It came to a crevice in the wall, Through which there shone a beam of light. Onward it crept with added strength, With never a thought of fear or pride, It followed the light through the crevice ' s length, And unfolded itself on the other side. Shall claim of death cause us to grieve, And make our courage faint or fall? Nay, let us faith and hope receive; The rose still grows beyond the wall, Scattering fragrance far and wide, Just as it did in days of yore, Just as it did on the other side, Just as it will for evermore. A. L.Frink 76 p jjll CO H D Q O Lyle C. Couch, Principal, presents the Danforth Awards to Rose Nelson and Steve Kuntz. Deborah Tarr and Steve Kuntz receive the American Legion Awards from Charles Sellers. Mr. Couch congratulates Rose Nelson for 4 years of perfect attendance. Twelve Year Classmates In Mulvane Public Schools TOP ROW: L. Jones, H. Calcote, J. Campbell, D. Wilson, D. Smith, L. Wessels, D. Delcamp, M McKee R Cowel. 4TH ROW: R. Reder, J. Martin, M. Stout, S. Pittman, J. McDonald, L. Albright, R. McDonald. 3RD ROW: J. Duke, B. Irwin, B. Stull, J. Kimble, P. Yacconi, D. Tarr, B. Kelley. 4TH ROW:C Church C. Bruner, G. Proctor, F. Tharp, R. Brown, K. Lawson, H.Kopsa. BU11UM ROW: J. Carms, R. Nelson, C. McCain, B. Long, R.C. Wright, N. Hightower, N. Palmer. mr :r Deborah Kay Tarr Valedictorian Commencement 1969 Processional Beckie Wedel " Pomp and Circumstance " by Elgar Invocation Pastor Robert Buhr Salutatorian Charles Vern Masters Valedictorian Deborah Kay Tarr " Halls of Ivy " Mixed Chorus " I May Never Pass This Way Again " . . . Mixed Chorus " Alma Mater " Mixed Chorus Address: " Two Modes of Thought " . . Dr. R.E. Anderson Presentation of Class of 1969 ...... Lyle E. Couch Principal, High School Presentation of Diplomas Mr. J. B. Tarr Benediction Pastor Robert Buhr Recessional Beckie Wedel Charles Vern Salutatorian Masters 1969 GRADUATES TOP ROW: J. Moses, L. Jones, H. Calcote, R. Reder, P. Morgan, D. Wilson, L. Jones, F. Hink, B. Wessels, R. McDonald, R. Cowel, M. McKee, S. Cheuvront. NEXT ROW:M. Merchant, P. Kraft, L. Albright, D. Flirui, D. Delcamp, J. Campbell, L. Nida, D. Smith, B. Smith, C. Richardson, B. Canady, E. Stunkel, J. Lassley, T. Farney, S. Pittman. NEXT ROW: J. Beck, B. Longnecker, S. Miller, C. Church, J. Duke, B. Stull, S. Kuntz, M. Stout, J. McDonald, T. Wells, B. Kelley, P. Yacconi, H. Kopsa, R. Brown. NEXT ROW: C. Bruner, D. Mazzanti, J. Kimble, M. Jones, B. Hayes, B. Wells, J. Martin, J. Humphrey, D. Tarr, M. Redinger, C. Greathouse, B. Irwin, K. Lawson, N. Kemp, D. Denny. NEXT ROW: D. Winegar, C. McCain, R. Young, C. Masters, J. Garms, S. Smith, B. Sommerhouser, G. Proctor, N. Palmer, R. Wright, D. Hendrey, B. Davis, A. Smith, D. Dorey. NEXT ROW:M. Lashbrook, R. Nelson, G. Rico, F. Tharp, J. Hembroff, G. Purselley, N. Hightower, B. Long. " Term Paper Day! " Caught Skipping??? " • 1. Tl T] Ujil t r. |f :.. 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BOLAN LUMBER COMPANY Quality Building Material 102 E. Main PR 7-1151 Help Keep America Beautiful Get A Haircut! PIX BARBER SHOP (Pix Theater Building) Jim Sharpe PR 7-4121 Commercial Printing News and Advertising THE MULVANE NEWS Millard Ross, Publisher HIGHLANDER LAUNDRY Mulvane and Third Mr. Mrs. A. G. Dorsev GAMBLES ROBERTS RECREATION Robert Pulliam (Pool- Snooker- Dominoes) 108 N. 2nd Phone PR 7-9978 The Friendly Store Home Owned — Home Operated Ken Peterson Mulvane, Kansas 777-4231 Hardware! Paint Appliances. TV. Stereo Furniture Carpet Authorized Dealer for Coronado, Gibson, Motorola, Easy, Tappan, Eureka, Hoover We Trade . Easv Payments DERBY BOWL 444 S. Baltimore Derh , Kansas League Bow ling Special Attention Given To School and Church Parties CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS— 1969 THE MULVANE STATE BANK SINCE 1886 MEMBER E.D.I. C. M R. S W I s s 729 N. BALTIMORE DERBY SU 8-1991 DAIRY KING 222 NORTH SECOND MULVANE, KANSAS PR 7-1671 CONGRATULATIONS. SENIORS ' Specializing in Wedding and Catering Designs by Elaine DERBY FLORAL GIFT SHOPPE 401 North Baltimore Bus. Ph. SU 8-06 33 Derby Kansas Res. Mulvane PR 7-4189 M. N. FORTNER R. F. D. 1 — Box 150 — PR 7-1451 Mulvane, Kansas 671 10 i ' ane Center - I f fuiv 1 1 lortuaru AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone PR 7-1632 John R. Senter MULVANE. KANSAS Lloyd E. Maechtlen, Sales Representative for Real Estate Ph. — Clearwater 584-2563 CARSON-CAMPBELL, INC. 112 W. Main St. — Mulvane, Kansas Real Estate - Insurance - Farm Loans Phone Office: PR 7-1302 or PR 7-1 171 ::::::::::::::::::::: ;;;;:;;;; WE STERN AU T O :!!== iGa irff • -.rr-: • Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Senior Class of 1969 DALECARR, D.V M. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Your Homeowned Family Store HOW. Main PR 7-1591 Mulvane, Kansas B. AND C. OUTLET FURNITURE Easiest Terms Discount Prices 711 N. Baltimore. Derb SU S-2S64 Free Area Deliverv JIM ' S HAIR STYLING SU 8-1673 637 North Baltimore Derby, Kansas Creative Hair Styling Custom Permanent Waving Individualized Hair Coloring Jim Weinman (Owner) SELLERS PRESCRIPTION SHOP 400 NORTH BALTIMORE, DERBY BERNADINE ' S BEAUTY SHOP Mul vane, Kansas Bernadine Richardson Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Graduates of 1969 DR. L. A. ROBINSON LA PETITE SALON 104 S. 1st PR 7-1901 Frances Pittman — Owner Lestle Hollingsworth Pat Richardson DICK ' S PLUMBING 11 W. Collier, Mulvane PR 7-12221 Good Luck, Seniors! Your Kansas Performance Dealer BRANINE CHEVROLET Mulvane, Kansas MARY ' S BEAUTY SHOP 404 Emery PR 7-1322 Hair Styles With A Friendly Touch Man Bruner LARSON ' S TRAILER SALES Mulvane McCUNES LOCKER AND MEATS 115 N. 1st PR 7-1052 Mul vane, Kansas PIX THEATER E. D. Aimes — Owner AND McCUNE ' S K-15 CAR WASH Good Luck To The 1969 Seniors From BROWN ' S FINA SERVICE C AND W. AUTO SUPPLY CHIPPEAUX OIL COMPANY CULLISON ' S FURNITURE SHOE REPAIR D M BARBERSHOP DERBY DAIRY QUEEN DR LESLIE H. COBB DR. DONALD HAYES DR. SAM W. PORTER DR. D. E. WILLOUGHBY GREINER SONS GARDEN CENTER HAMON ' S DEPARTMENT STORE HOWARD ' S MARKET HUNTER ' S PHARMACY McGEE ' S DEPARTMENT STORE MULVANE COOPERATIVE UNION MULVANE PHARMACY MULVANE VARIETY STORE NUNGESSER ' S PLUMBING PAPENHOUS OIL COMPANY PAYDEN ' S FABRICS QUALITY CLEANERS RADCO-DAVIS PAINT SHOP WAKELAND STANDARD SERVICE WELL ' S HARDWARE lliiitfll! From the First Annual Printed for Mulvane High School in 1917: AFTERWORD The 1917 year book presents the best we have along the lines of thought and energy. If you have had experience in this work, you will sympathize with us. If not, we hope you will profit by our example. The faults, if any, are not the results of a lack of time and effort, but are due to mental incompetency; which condition shifts the responsibility on our forefathers and relieves our conscience of all burdens. DITTO! ! ! - ANNUAL STAFF 1969. - 1 | ■ : - ' " .,i X 4 ' ! r -TJTT7T m ' y i F ' , !i ' - " u w ' . »w- ZF- Z$Z 5. 6. Pruned in I S 1 INTERNATIOi 1. Martha Vasconcellos, representing Brazil, was crowned Miss Universe 1968 at the Miss Universe Beauty Pag- eant in Miami Beach, Florida. 2. Pope Paul VI shakes hands with Dr. Christiaan Barnard during a private audience at the Vatican. The pontiff congratulated the surgeon on his work in heart trans- plant operations. 3. Jacqueline Onassis and her husband. Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, leave chapel on the Greek Island of Scorpios after their marriage October 20th. 4. In May the Paris Peace Talks began in an effort to stop the Vietnam conflict. French Presidency Protocol Chief Bernard Durand indicates seats for the North Vietnam- ese representatives and for the U.S. representatives, headed byAverell Harriman, second from right. 5. A defiant Czech youth waves a national flag under the gun barrel of a Soviet tank in Prague. This Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslavakia occurred in August. 6. U.S. Marines man the high ground watching for snipers as giant Chinook helicopters descend onto a landing zone about 27 miles southwest of Da Nang, South Vietnam. iS nno ' " " SB WJffl 5 r v % 4 i i $ £ !£J VT W ' ' EVENTS exican girl athlete Enrlqueta Basilio races up the lairs of Olympic stadium in Mexico City with the Mympic flame to climax the opening ceremony. he U.S. was not the only nation to feel the effects of belhous youth. Here a crowd of students jam the Via el Tritone in Rome demanding educational reforms. .. .Hardly a wall was left standing after this Iranian town of 14,363 people was struck by an earthquake on Au- gust 28th. 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