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Show Hide text for 1971 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1971 volume: “ wildcat 71 NATIONAL NEWS 1. Famous for his floppy sox and shaggy hair, " Pistol Pete " Marav- ich is making a good showing as a rookie with the Atlanta Hawks of the NBA. Maravich was collegiate scoring champ the previous season. 2.Sign of the Times — As Washing- ton visitors viewed the cherry blossoms near the Jefferson Memorial they may have noticed a new sign advising everyone that the water in the area is polluted and the fish contaminated. 3.ln September, pretty Phyllis George of Denton, Texas, was chosen to reign as Miss America for the coming year. 4. In May, the Kent State University campus was evacuated of every- one except National Guardsmen and police after three days of demonstrations had left four students dead. 5-418 concrete coffins filled with nerve gas are loaded onto World War II Liberty ship, SS Lebaron Russell. The ship was scuttled 282 miles off Cape Kennedy in 16,000 feet of water. 6.ln January of 1970, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Minneso- ta Vikings in the Super Bowl. Jan Stenerud is shown kicking a 48- yard field goal for the first score. Len Dawson is holding. y.General view of U.S. soldiers handlingthe mail during the mail strike, the first in U.S. history. 8.Apollo 13 Astronauts, Fred Haise, James Lovell and John Swigert, left to right, step aboard carrier after recovery. Their scheduled lunar landing had to be scratched after an oxygen tank explosion all but crippled their moon-bound space vehicle. 9.Figures on the map indicate the percentages of new voters, aged 18-21. that will be granted the right to vote under a controver- sial new law passed by Congress. lO.John Wayne is congratulated by Barbra Streisand as he accepts the Oscar for best actor for his performance in " True Grit. " 11. In December short shorts and pedal pushers made a comeback for spring in this New York showing. 12; pril 22 — " Earth Day " demon- strators in Washington left spilled oil in the wake of their rally at the Interior Department. They were protesting pollution by offshore oil drilling. f ISTOL PETE 18- Year- old vote THE 1971 WILDCAT MULVANE HIGH SCHOOL Lyle Couch, Principal The students of MHS dedicate this annual, with affection, to our principal, Lyle C. Couch. Garland Bell Vice-President Ira Hall President School Board U.S.D. 263 Working with Superintendent Dean Parks, the Board of Education for Unified School District 263 met often during the year to maintain school buildings, plan for future growth, hire teachers and discuss other business pertaining to the smooth operation of the school. The community is grateful to the Board for their dedication to con- tined improvement of the school. J. B. Tarr Ben Hargrove Roy Coleman Kenneth Tefft Dean Parks Clerk Eugene Farber Dean Parks, Superintendent of Schools Mulvane Schools Welcome The New Superintendent U. S. D. 263 welcomes Dean Parks as superinten- dent of schools. He administers the local school sys- tems, supervises the staff, explores changes in the cur- riculum and makes recommendations to the Board of Education for the improvement of the educational op- portunities of the youth of Mulvane. Although he has been here only a year, he has made many improve- Betty Boren, Secretary to the Superintendent and Treasurer of the Board. ments in the school system. Mr. Parks, formerly of Sedan, Kansas obtained both his bachelor ' s and master ' s degrees from Kansas State Teachers College in Emporia, Kansas. He and his wife,Civilla, and children Janell and Kyle, reside at 523 Charles. Rosalie Elstun, Typist Webster Pinch Hits For Couch Jerry Webster, who started this school year as a business education teacher and an athletic director, was pressed into service as acting principal when Lyle Couch became ill early in the fall. Mr. Webster, a capable and efficient administrator, received a B. S. from Kansas State Teacher ' s College, and plans to finish work on a master ' s degree in education adminis- tration from Wichita State University this su mmer. Both Mr. Webster and his wife, the former Kirsten Radford, were graduated from Mulvane High School. They live with their two boys, Greg and Mark, at 211 West Collier. Joan McKinney High School Bookkeeper Jerry Webster, Acting Principal Jean Shaw High School Registrar Mulvane Faculty o JOHN FRY English II DENNIS PAULA CAVALIER DAVIS Boys ' P.E. Librarian ROBERT GLASER Mathmatics Science JERRY NELSON Social Science WILLIAM PARKER Mathmatics RONALD JULIE ROBERT ADKINS BOWELL BURDETTE Counselor Foreign Language Industrial Arts, JERALD BILL GALE FLEMING DEVORE FAIRCHILD Home Economics Social Sciences Driver ' s Education JAMES HARRIS Social Scien ce ADA JOE JAAX JOHNSON English IV Science MARJORIE PIERNICK Girls ' P.E. TED POWERS Band , ROBERT SCHREINER Industrial Arts. ilk JANIE MICHAEL FRANCIS LINDA WARREN SHELDON SHELDON SHOUP SWINGLE TOWNSEND English III Speech Agriculture Business Vocal Music The Nicest People In School The persons pictured on this page are favorites of all of us. The lunch line (headed by seniors, of course) is eagerly waiting for the delicious Class A lunch served by Madaline Sumpter and Mary Lee Schroeder. Betty Bradfield, a former cook, has traded her ladle for a tractor. Ben Kopsa and Joe Rigney, our cheerful cus- todians, help to keep the school plant functioning properly. The bus drivers, John Schroeder, Wilburn Van Sickle, Maurice Satterthwaite, Loyd Boren, J. C. Hinds, Mary Carmichael, Alice Clasen, Margaret Waller, Mrs. Marjorie Hinds, and Mr. Clifford Boone, have had to battle the unusually heavy snows this year. Malcolm Nichols, another bus driver, was not present when the picture was taken. The students appreciate the efficiency, the friendliness and the helpfulness of the school staff. £ . ZOE ALBERS MIKE ALVERSON MOLLIE ARMSTRONG KENNETH AYRES LYNNE BALES JOHN BARINGER GALEN BARNES JEFF BARTON DAVID BODINE BECKY BOYD BECKY BRADFIELD ROGER BRANINE ADRAIN BROWN SHERRI BURNS MIKE BUTCHER RONALD BUTCHER VERA BUTCHER CAROL BUTTS MIKE CAMPBELL JOHN CARNEY DARRELL COOK DAN COWEL GENE CROW RON CROW RANDY CUMMINS RANDY DAILY GARY DeHAVEN ' h CLARK DENNY BETH DAVIS LOLLIE DAY RICK FARBER ANNA FULLER KATHY GARRETT STEVE GRIEVE KATHY HALE MARK HARDISON DEL HARGROVE LINDA HEMBROFF ROY HERRMAN DAN HERPOLSHEIMER LESLIE HESS DALE HUKLE MARSHA HUMBOLT DON JONES DENNIS JUDSTRA PAULA KEELY MARSHA KERLEY JOYCE KIMBLE RICHARD KLOPFENSTEIN KATHY KRAFT SUSAN LABBE DOUG LANGSTAFF CRAIG LEVERING DONNIE LONG PATTI LONG ROBIN LONGNECKER JIM LOSHESKY STEVE LOVE RAY LYON MARY McCAIN KATHY McDowell MIKE McINTYRE MITCH McKEE LEE ROY MELTON CHARLES MICHAEL ELIZABETH MILLER BARBARA MORGAN MARCI MORGAN STEVE MOSES MAX NICHOLS SANDY PATTEN SHARON PHILLIPS RONNIE PIERSON MIKE POTTORFF REX PYEATT LaRELL RALSTIN KAREN REDER NITA REEKIE ROSE MARY RIGNEY EUGENE RKLI STAN RINEY NORLEN ROBERTS STEVEN RIVERA PHIL RONEY LOU ANN SARGEANT BETH SCHROEDER DARLA SCHUESSLER CARL SCHULTZ LARK SCOTT KATHY SHAY GARY SHOWALTER MARY SIMON •M DEBBIE SMITH ERIC SMITH RICK SNIDER CHERYL STAGNER WAYNE STAUFFER Mi JOE STITES DON STRUBLE DAN SNYDER GRACIE STUNKEL SHIRLEY TAYLOR m BILLY THARP HELEN THOMAS VERNEITA THOMPSON DON TITUS KATHY TUCKER JOSEPH VENSKUS CAROL WHARTON CRAIG WHITE STEVE WRIGHT ROMMY YACCONI LINDA WAYMAN MIKE WINN JACK WESSELS MIKE WIRTHS RICK ZIMMER GENE McCLURE ffi rr 3 % i -A SENIOR OFFICERS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Burdette, Sponsor; Mr. Glaser, Sponsor; Mr. Nelson, Sponsor; Mitch McKee, Stuco; Mrs. Jaax, Sponsor; Mary Simon, Secretary, Rick Farber, Presidentj Becky Bradfield, Stuco; LaRell Ralstin, Treasurer; Rick Snider, Vice-President. O ' " Tim Anderson Sherry Armstrong Bill Arnold Paul Arnold Carl Beaver Matt Booth Mark Brewster Steve Butts Ed Carter Pam Carr Paula Cherry Kathy Clasen Terry Craig Larry Dame Linda Dody Denise Dorey Scott Douglas Rhonde Duke Gick Fleming Mark Fleming Terry Flinn Jim Gossett Marie Grieve Mike Harvey Alice Hein Cindy Helferstay Cheryl Henderson LuWana Hendry Tom Herpolshimer Deloris Hess Cindy Hill Steve Hukle David Humbolt Lilly Humbolt Janet Huss Scott Keely Davi d Kerley Kathy Right Carol Kincaid Doug Klopfenstein Kris Layton Dwight Long Gayla Loshesky Rhonda Lynch Brenda McDonald Pat McGuire Deena Miller Marilyn Miller Rick Mills LeCena Miner Pam Morgan Marcella Myers Don Nelson Rhonda Nix Carol Norland Debbie Ott Merrill Parker Teresa Pippin Randy Pray Shelda Pyeatt Barbara Redinger Janice Reekie Janet Rhynard Merisue Riney Mickey Ranker Debbie Schwab Cinde Senter Sonie Senter Dallas Shea David Sisco Kathy Smith Leonard Smith Marcia Smith Tom Smith Kenny Snow Dennis Snyder Wayne Speer Trudy Ste adman Dan Strobel Evonne Stunkel Brenda Tarr Mary Sue Tefft Karla Tharp Jay Thomas Alice Thompson Charles Thompson Juanita Titus Marta Traugott Leo Turner Mark Venskus Dale Waller Steve Ward Karen Watkins Kris Wedel Nancy Wells Janell White Rick Young Nikki Zwijaciz Cheronne Pelkey Junior Class Officers and Sponsors: STANDING, Mr. Schreiner, Mrs. Swingle, Jay Thomas, Leonard Smith, Mr. Fry, Larry Dame, Mr. Sheldon; SITTING, Sherri Armstrong, Carol Norland, Sonie Senter. Mike Abasolo Cindy Albers Pat Alley Blane Ancell Becky Armstrong Ruth Baringer Cathy Barton Carol Beitz Brian Bobrovicz Debbie Bohner Cindy Bonner David Boyd Dennis Boyer Connie Brown Debbie Brown Elizabeth Brown Mike Brown Anne Burton Richard Butcher Daniel Carmichael David Carmichael Dave Carney Ronald Carr Larry Childs Dennis Cobb Lucky Cook Katie Cornett Rose Corwin John Cowel Terry Crook Elaine Cummins Gary Curry Skip Day Debbie Decaire Kathleen DeHaven Roger Dickey Steve Dochow Gary Dody Alan Dye Michelle Elliott Ronnie Eubanks Marilyn Evans Joe Fairchild Kathy Felts Richard Funk John Grother Charles Hand Lyndal Hinds Brenda Hock William Horton Kay Hughes Tommy Humbolt Kathleen Huss Bill Jackson Carl Johnson Doug Johnson June Jones Randy Jones Ronald Jones Teresa Kater Jerry Kelly Chris Kelso Don Kerley Cathy Kessinger Carol Klopfenstein Barbara Kuntz Curtis Kuntz Kathleen Langholz Dona Lawless Dennis Leader Mike Little Randy Martinez Connie Masters Marilyn Melcher Nancy Moore Gary Meyers Cathy Nix Kenny Osborn Kent Ott Jim Parker Randall Patten Clark Phillips Karen Powell Ramona Reekie David Reisig Troy Richardson Rita Rico Richard Rikli Randy Rivera Bill Roberts Bobby Wayman Butch Wilson Marilyn Rock Mike Rodgers Bruce Schippers Linda Schwab Brett Scott Jimmy Shoemaker Rita Sklenar Elaine Sommerhauser Mark Sorensen Jo Speer Richard Stachura David Stafford Craig Stagner Terri Standefer Vivian Stoll Philip Tatum Tommi Taylor Ronald Terrell David Thomas Sean Thomson Barbara Titus Victor Triebel Janis Tull Steve Van Deusen Debbie Walker Greg Wirths Philip Wright Vicki Wright Sandy Young I 1 p TOP ROW: Jay Thomas, Mike Abasolo, Steve Hukle, Tom Herpolshiemer, Buz Nye, Jeff Barton. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Rock, Becky Bradfield, Kathy Kraft, Sonie Senter, Paula Arnold, Lynne Bales, Shelda Pyeatt. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Parker, Sponsor, Merle Parker, Marta Traugott, Dale Hukle, Mitch McKee, Mr. Fairchild, Sponsor. Stuco Stays Young With Changing Times The student council is a group of high school students who are voted upon by the members of Mulvane High School ' s different clubs, organizations, and classes. This year, more than ever before. Stu- dent Council acted as a mediator between Mulvane High School students and our facul- ty, superintendent, school board, and at times even our community. It was instru- mental, along with several interested par- ents, in adopting a new dress code that has worked wonders for our school. Student Council also held many open meetings and several students brought their new ideas into being through the Stuco. This year Student Council has done much to fight apathy in our student body, and with all due modesty, it has succeeded, to a great degree. Activities of this years Council included the revising of the dress code as already mentioned, sponsor- ing two all school dances, adding a candy machine to benefit the students, participa- tion in Intra-League Exchange Day, boosting Project Concern ' s Walk For Mankind, and several other important activities designed to help our school be the best one around. Stu- dent Council has done much to forward the interests of the students of Mulvane High School. Mr. Parker and Mr. Fairchild were the very capable sponsors; Dale Hukle was president. Sponsor, Mr. Parker; Vice President, Barbara Morgan; President, Dale Hukle; Spon- sor, Mr. Fairchild; Secretary, Marta Traugott; Treasurer, Merle Parker. s t u c o i Quill Type TOP ROW: Mrs. Linda Swingle, Sponsor, B. Tarr, D. Ott, G. Loshesky, K. Watkins, P. Carr, C. Senter, K. We- del, Mr. Ronald Adkins, Sponsor. 4th ROW: M. Traugott, E. Stunkel, R. Duke, S. Senter, B. Davis, C. Hill, M. Harvey, S. Hukle, W. Speer. 3rd ROW: G. Stunkel, L. Scott, S. Phillips, C. Butts, K. Hale, M. Morgan, J. Barton, S. Riney, M. Nichols. 2nd ROW: L. Hembroff, P. Arnold, L. Bales, R. Pierson, T. Flinn, L. Dame, G. Fleming. BOTTOM ROW: P. Roney, M. Winn, M. Campbell, R. Farber, J. Stites, M. McKee, D. Hukle. Type Service is the aim of Quill Type. Made up of members of the junior and senior classes, this club sells tickets at all ball games and makes posters to support the Wildcats. Other activities include dec- orating the Christmas tree in the lobby and pick- nicking at Riverside Park. The members are active and interested in the school curriculum. Sponsors are Mrs. Swingle and Mr. Adkins. Jeff Barton talks over matters with Mrs. Swingle and Mr. Adkins, sponsors. Quill Type Officers, LEFT TO RIGHT: Paula Arnold, Student Council Representative; Lynn Bales, Secretary; Mitch McKee, Treasurer; Rick Farber, Vice President; Jeff Barton, President, TOP ROW: S. Taylor, R. Rigney, S. Patten, S. Bums, C. Albers, C. Nix, J, Tull, C. Barton, J. Speer, K. Hughes, R. Rico, L. Ciunmins. 5th ROW: L. Hembroff, G. Stunkel, M. Humbolt, L. Day, L. Sargeant, B. Davis, M. Simon, D. Lawless, T. Kater, K. DeHaven, C. Kessinger, E. Sommer- hauser. 4th ROW: L. Ralstin, S. Chietzberg, K. Garrett, D. Hess, C. Kincaid, C. Norland, M. Riney, L. Dody, M. Teft, M. Rock, C. Helferstay, S. Armstrong. 3rd ROW: J. Huss, J. Kimble, N. Roberts, R. Corwin, S. Labbe, C. Wharton, E. Miller, B. Schroeder, M. Kerley, B. Bradfield, V. Thompson, D. Smith. 2nd ROW: K. Layton, P. Carr, S. Phillips, L. Scott, M. Morgan, R. Longnecker, C. Butts, K. Shay, H. Thomas, L. Bales. BOTTOM ROW: P. Arnold, D. Ott, G. Loshesky, C, Henderson, E. Stunkel, N. Zwijacz, P. Long, L. Wayman, Mrs. Janie Sheldon, Sponsor, K. Watkins. Kayettes: Keen, Kute And Kommendable Kayettes is a character-building, leadership-training program directed by the Kansas State High School Activ- ities Association. Club service projects, especially for the community and the school, programs, and parties give the student members an opportunity to participate in a citi- zenship laboratory. Sponsored by Mrs. Sheldon, the Kay- ettes have been involved with distributing political infor- mation and poll taking, raising money by selling jewelry, donating to the WSU Memorial Fund, and arranging a fun package for the Couch children. The officers, Marci Morgan, Beth Schroeder, Robin Longnecker, Janet Huss, and Lynne Bales, attended the Regional Conference in Wellington in November. In January the club was visited by Miss Wanda May Vinson, one of the state directors. Kayette Executive Board, STANDING: L. Bales, Stuco; J. Huss, Treas, ; B. Schroeder, Vice-Pres. j SEATED: Mrs. Sheldon, Sponsor; R. Longnecker, Secretary; M. Morgan, President. K a y e t t e s Kay Board: Mr. Jerry Devore, Sponsor; M. Campbell, J. Carney, President; D. Carney, S. Wright, J. Stites, J. Barton, D. Hargrove, C. Levering, Vice-President; P. Roney, T. Anderson, R. Lyon, Mr, Robert Bvirdette, Sponsor. K C a y u KAYS HELP OUT The Kay Club for the 1970-71 school year sponsored nu- merous school activities including the 1971 Basketball Homecoming Dance, and a few city-wide projects such as a voter survey in October and a campaign to raise money for the W. S. U. Memorial Fund in November. Kays ' main objective as a seivice organization is to aid others by the actions and lives of its members. Through the help and time rendered by the sponsors, Mr. Bob Burdette and Mr. Jerry Devore, the Kay Club tried to develop the ideals presented by the Kansas Association of Youth. John Carney was the president. Kays TOP ROW: D. Judstra, M. Campbell, L. Parker, D. Hukle, J. Stites, M. McKee, R. Farber, J. Barton, D. Jones, R. Jones. 4th ROW: S. Riney, M. Harvey, L. Dame, D. Thomas, J. Kelly, B. Scott, R. Dickey, J. Fairchild, J. Parker, G. Crow, K. Ayres. 3rd ROW: S. Hukle, J. Thomas, C. Levering, G. Showalter, P. Roney, S. Wright, R. Pyeatt, B. Bobro- vicz, D. Carney, R. Martinez, S. Day, G. Barnes. 2nd ROW: T, Flinn, C. Stagner, B. Ancell, R. Eubanks, K. Church, S. Thomson, C. Thompson, C. Beaver, D. Nelson, M. Parker, M. Booth, T. Anderson. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Jerry Devore, Sponsor, G. Dody, J. Carney, M. Winn, R. Snyder, D. Hargrove, R. Pierson, Z. Albers, E. Clasen, R. Lyons, Mr. Robert Burdette, Sponsor. TOP ROW: S. Hukle, G. Curry, R. Rivera, B. Roberts, R. Jones, L. Childs, J. Parker, R. Stachura, D. Reisig. 4th ROW: G. Wirths, B. Wayman, S. Douglas, M. Schultz, G. DeHaven, B. Nye, D. Leader, M. Abasolo, D. Stafford. 3rd ROW: J. Wessels, P, Wright, G. Myers, R. Butcher, D. Kerley, K. Ott, J. Cowel, J. Grother, T. Anderson, G. Fleming. 2nd ROW: W. Speer, S. Butts, J. Shoemaker, T. Humbolt, B. Jackson, M. Parker, R. Pyeatt, S. Dochow, D. Humbolt. BOTTOM ROW: S. Moses, A. Brown, D. Nelson, R. Pierson, M. Hardison, R. Farber, D. Kerley, Mr. Francis Shoup, Sponsor. FFA Has A Productive Year The Mulvane chapter of the Future Farmers of America had quite a busy year. The season was started off with an officer camp-out and program planning at Butler County Lake. Other activities sponsored by the boys included the watermelon feed for dads and the covered dish supper for mothers, the all-member hamburger fry with greenhand in- stallation, the pest contest, and the parent-son banquet held at the end of the year with slides shown of the boys ' farming programs. In appreciation for all the hours Mr. Shoup has given to the club, the boys surprised him with a beautiful Stetson hat. Two different activities added this year were the judging contest held at Fleming ' s barn and the F. F.A. Rodeo held in April. Carol Butts was elected as the F. F. A. Sweet- heart for this year. Rick Farber was a candidate for the State Farmer degree. All the boys have done a fine job and have made the years 1970-71 ones to be remembered. ,5T0P TOP ROW: M. Morgan, C. Henderson, E. Stunkel, P. Carr, G. Loshesky, C. Klopfenstein, E. Brown, R. Longnecker. 3rd ROW: D. Bonner, K. Langholz, G. Stunkel, P. Long. 2nd ROW: J. Jones, M. Elliot, M. Rock, M. Kerley, V. Thompson, B. Bradfield, S. Chrietzbeig, R. Rigney, B. Kimtz, L. Cummins, V. Stoll. BOTTOM ROW: S. Pyeatt, R. Sklenar, T. Pippin, D. Dorey, A. Heins, J. Bums, S. Patten, C. Kessinger, S. Taylor, D. Carr, Mrs. Gale Fleming, sponsor. FHA Reaches For NewHorizons F. H. A. is an organization for all students who have had one year of Home Economics. This year F. H. A. made a special effort to live up to the motto, " Toward New Horizons, " by inviting a home econo- mist to talk on career opportunities in the field of home economics. The members held a taco supper before the school play, went Christ- mas caroling, and held a membership party for new members. The club ' s special project was sending Christmas boxes to servicemen in Viet Nam. In October, the entire club attended the district confer- ence in Belle Plaine. In March, fourteen representatives attended the state meeting in Topeka. Debbie Cary was president and Mrs. Gale Fleming was the sponsor. TOP ROW: R. Sklenar, J. Jones, A. Heins, M. Rock, E. Elliott, C. Kessinger, S. Bums, B. Pyeatt. BOTTOM ROW: T. Pippin, S. Taylor, D. Can, S. Patten, D. Dorey, Mrs. Gale Fleming, Sponsor. i V Intiamurals: TOP ROW: R. Stachura, R. Lyons, R. Yacconi, R, Daily, G. DeHaven, S. Riney, D. Hukle, G. Showalter. 4th ROW: M. Mclntyre, C. Denny, E. Clasen, T. Herpolsheimer, S. Moses, D. Leader, J. Carney, D. Thomas. 3rd ROW: M, Parker, D. Nelson, S. Dochow, M. Abasolo, G. Wirth, B. Scott, R. Dickey, B. Ancell, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Johnson. 2nd ROW: G. Barnes, R. Rikkle, S. Thompson, D. Sisco, B. Arnold, G. Curry, B. Wayman, M. Dossey, G. Crow. BOTTOM ROW: M. Winn, R, Snider, M. Campbell, Z. Albers, R. Young, L. Turner, W. Speer, S. Douglas. Athletics M-Club TOP ROW: L TO R; J. Shoemaker, S. Day, C. PhilHps, M. Brown. 3rd ROW: T. Richardson, W. Speer, G. Flem- ing, S. Butts, J. Thomas, R. Rikli. 2nd ROW: J, Barton, P. Roney, D. Leader, T. Craig, D. Titm, C. Kuntz, R. Young. BOTTOM ROW: M. Mclntyre, R. Herman, S, Wright, R. Pyeatt, D. Hargrove, D. Hukle, L. Parker. ' : l L- ftB PomPon Girls Spark Pep Club TOP ROW: Paula Arnold, Sherry Arm- strong, Nansi Wells, Carol Norland, Brenda Tarr. MIDDLE ROW: Karen Wat- kins, Lollie Day, Pam Carr, Merisue Riney. BOTTOM ROW: Debbie Ott, Cindy Hill. Pep Club Executive Board BACK ROW: D. Brown, C. Kessinger, K. Hale, T. Steadman, L. Scott, L. Hembroff. FRONT ROW: Mr. Joe Johnson, Sponsor; P. Arnold, S. Phillips, President; L. Day, Vice- President; S. Mathis, Mrs. Marjorie Piernick, Sponsor. Pep Club Initiates New Attraction One of the most active clubs of Miilvane High is the Pep Club. Under the leadership of Mrs. Piernick and Mr. Johnson ninety girls banned together to promote school spirit and support their teams regardless of weather condi- tions. Cheerleaders spent much of their time making posters and practicing cheers in an effort to assist officers and board members with the leadership of the club. En- thusiasm grew and the idea of Pom- Pom girls evolved. Ten Pep Club members were then elected to perform diir- ing half-time of basketball games. Along with the usual money-making project of selling mums for football Sharon Phillips, who has been an enthusiastic homecoming, this year ' s Pep Club members also sold and excellent president, confers with the Wildcat license tags. sponsors, Mrs. Piernick and Mr. Johnson. Pep Club TOP ROW: C. Helferstey, M. Evans, E. Brown, P. Alley, A. Burton, D. Bohner, V. Wright, C. Kincaid, R. Bar- ringer, J. Jones, C. Klopfenstein, FIFTH ROW: K. DeHaven, B. Armstrong, M. Elliott, M. Rock, B. Tarr, C. Norland, S. Chriestzbrug, J. Huss, C. Brown, C. Barton, C. Albers, J. Tull, D. Lawless, C. Nix, B. Hock. FOURTH ROW: B. Kuntz, M. Traugott, J. White, D. Miller, D. Smith, D. Schwab, M. Kerley, B. Bradfield, V. Thompson, D. Smith, R. Rico, S. Young, D. Walker, V. Stoll, T. Standerfer, L. Schwab. THIRD ROW: P. Morgan, S. Armstrong, K. Watkins, J. Kimble, S. Labbe, M. Simon, B. Davis, M. Humbolt, S Senter, L, Sargeant, M. Riney, L. Dody, M, Tefft, R. Sklenar. SECOND ROW: Mr. Johnson, G. Loshesky, D. Ott, P. Carr, B. Schroeder, C. Senter, C. Hill, R. Longnecker, M. Morgan, K. Shay, C. Butts, L. Bales, R. Diike, C. Henderson, Mrs. M. Piernick. FIRST ROW: T. Steadman, L. Scott, S. Phillips (Pres. ), L. Day (Vice-Pres. ), S. Mathis, P. Arnold, K. Hale, C. Kessinger, T. Taylor, K. Hughes, D. Brown, J. Speer, C. Masters. BOTTOM ROW: E, Stunkel, G. Stunkel, L. Hembroff, K. Wedel, K. Layton. T © t A 1 Librarians Are REALLY Appreciated The Miolvane High School library added a new microreader, 350 new books, and new shelving. It also sponsored a book fair, and from the proceeds purchased perma-bound books. The magazines were reorganized into a magafiler and the books were labled for easier identification. Mrs. Davis was a very helpful, considerate librar- ian. She also had wonderful help from the assistant librarians. The students and teachers enjoyed the atmosphere of cooperation which allowed them to make good use of the instructional material. LEFT TO RIGHT: Pam Morgan, LuWana Hendry, Marilyn Miller, Ruth Baringer, Loretta Cone, Paula Cherry, Robin Longnecker, Marci Morgan, Rose Mary Rigney, Sandy Patton, Shirley Taylor, Mrs. Davis. The 1971 Wildcat Staff STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Kraft; Joyce Kimble; Beth Davis; Norlen Roberts; Mike Winn; Del Hargrove; Joe Stites; Buz Nye; Stan Riney; Patti Long; Mike Campbell; Marsha Humbolt; Lynne Bales; Sandy Patton. SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Shay; Vemeita Thompson; Susan Labbe; Larry Parker; John Carney, co-editor; Dennis Judstra; Becky Bradfield, co-editor; Helen Thomas; Shirley Taylor; Marsha Kerley, »liii " li u ijijafjiiiii Rub a dub dub. Break it up! Break it up! Break it up! So MHS has a dress code ! At what are you looking? The good old days. Anybody got a light? Tee, hee ! Who is the fairest of them all? - H ' i 1 Yes, Rhonda ? m One more word and I ' ll hit you! Double, double, toil and bubble. Arabesque Furtive Effervescent Agglomeration Stentorian Lackadaisical Chaotic Seraphic k 1 HBI HF ' ' ' ' iV H i K ' v J J . " u f iiiiiiliii Trumpets: TOP ROW, S. Douchow, M. Brown, R. Snider, J. Wessels, D. Klopfen- stein, P. McGuire, J. Shoemaker, C. Kinkaid; BOTTOM ROW, R. Rivera, S. Thomp- son, P. Arnold, D. Nelson, J. Kelly, J. Fairchild, B. Ancell. Majorettes Elizabeth Miller and Cindy Hill. Mulvane Musicians Are Tops The Mulvane High School band is an organization that our school can be proud of. Representing the cross-section of MHS, leadership, talent, enthusiasm, and a lot of fun can be found in this fine group. This year, under the direction of Mr. Ted Powers, the band present- ed a half-time show at each home football game, marched in many parades, and presented several fine concerts. Working very hard, the band received a 1 rating at the League Music Festival, and a I rating at State. The lively Pep Band added to the Wildcat spirit and was much appreciated by the school. With much hard work, patience and Mr. Power ' s great abilities, the band, as a whole, had one of its finest years ever. Lower Brass: TOP ROW, J. Stites, D. Carmichael, W. Speer; ROW 2, L. Scott, V. Wright, D. Hukle, C. Thompson; ROW 3; D. Cobb, J. Crother, R. Jones, D. Waller; ROW 4, S. Hukle, B. Scott, T. Crook, B. Nye. Mr. Powers holding grade book; Sharon Phillips, Sec. , Buz Nye, Pres. , Mike Campbell, Treas. Flutes: TOP ROW, M. Riney, M. Traugott, C. Brown, J. Speer, D. Br own, T. Kater; BOTTOM ROW, K. Watkins, D. Ott, K. Layton, D. Smith, D. Schuessler. Woodwinds, TOP ROW: R. Baringer, M. Tefft, M. Winn. 2nd ROW: J. Parker, T. Steadman, E. Miller, R. Dickey, M. Elliott. 1st ROW: M. Evans, S, Senter, N, Roberts, P. Carr, C. Henderson. Twirlers: LEFT TO RIGHT, D. Walker, P. Kelly, G. Los- hesky, V. Stoll. Drum Section: TOP ROW, M. Brewster, K. Ott, D. Boyd; BOTTOM ROW, M. Campbell, G. Showalter, J. Barton, R. Patten. 1 A I i Clarinets, TOP ROW: S. Flinn, G. Barnes, M. Grieve, J. Baringer, S. Wright. 2nd ROW: J. Kimble, R. Lynch, C. Helferstay, S. Phillips, L. Bales, K. Shay. 1st ROW: C. Norland, M. Rock, C. Klopfenstein, C. Whorton, T. Standefer. Pep Band, TOP ROW: J. Stites. 4th ROW: B. Scott, S. Hukle, B. Nye , C, Kincaid. 3rd ROW: N. Roberts, J. Parker, R. Snider, J, Wessels, J. Shoemaker. 2nd ROW: R, Dickey, M. Traugott, G. Barnes, S. Wright, J, Kimble, C. Klopfenstein. 1st ROW: M, Tefft, D. Cobb, M, Campbell, J. Barton, M. Brewster, V. Wright, C. Senter. Mixed Chorus TOP ROW: Mr. Warren Townsend, Sponsor; C. Norland, L. Hembroff, K. Kraft, H. Thomas, S. Hukle, D. Nelson, M. Parker, M. Booth, B. Bobrovicz, B. Scott, B. Arnold, A. Thompson, S. Phillips, C. Kincaid. 2nd ROW: G. Stunkel, M. Morgan, C, Stagner, D. Hess, M. Grieve, L. Scott, C. Butts, K. Smith, E. Miller, B. Schroeder, R. Corwin, M. Kerley, K. Hale, K. Shay. BOTTOM ROW: C. Wharton, R. Longnecker, L. Sargeant, K. Reder, M. Harvey, D. John- son, Z. Albers, R. Patten, J. Kelley, L. Dame, S. Labbe, A. Burton, J. Rhynard, S. Burns. Vocal Officers LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. War- ren Townsend, Director; Gracie Stunkel, Secretary; Merrill Parker, Vice-President; Lark Scott, President. A Great Year For Music With the Music Department under the direction of Mr. Warren Townsend, it just couldn ' t miss! This year the vocal department presented concerts at Thanksgiving and Christmas, along with a grand finale Spring Concert. After long hours of practice, the vocal groups received very high ratings at State and League Music Festivals. (Remember the wind, guys?! ) Ac- companists Carol Butts, Marsha Kerley, Carol Norland, and Kathy Shay were a great help and everyone really appreciated their work. Many thanks to Mr. Townsend for a fine job well done. Truly, the year 70-71 was a great one for music! ! The Mixed Chorus, Boys Glee, and Mixed Ensemble 2 re- ceived I ratings at the League; the Girls Glee and Mixed En- semble 1 received II ' s. In King man at the State Contest, these groups all received I ' s except for the Mixed Chorus which was rated II. Piano Accompanists LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Shay, Marsha Kerley, Mr. Warren Townsend, Director; Carol Butts, Carol 56 Norland. Vocal Contest! Mixed Ensemble, TOP ROW: J. Baringer, K. Kraft, G, Bames, E. Miller, Z. Albers, K. Reder. 2nd ROW: A. Thompson, C. Norland, W. Speer, C. Stagner, S. Phil- lips. BOTTOM ROW: C. Kin- caid, D. Waller, S. Labbe, L. Dame, C. Wharton, D. Cobb, L. Scott, Girls Glee, TOP ROW: W. Townsend, Sponsor, R. Baringer, C. Kincaid, D. Hess, D. Brown, C. Norland, C. Stag- ner, K. Kraft, M. Teft, B. Bradfield, L. Scott, R. Ehike, C. Henderson, P. Carr, C. Nix, C. Barton, S. Phillips, K. Garrett. SECOND ROW: C. Albers, A. Thompson, S. Young, M. Riney, L. Hembroff, D. Walker, C. Brown, K, Reder, M. Grieve, H. Thomas, M. Evans, B. Tarr, T. Standefer, B. Schroeder, V. Wright, M. Morgan, G, Stun- kel. THIRD ROW: K. Hale, C. Helferstay, D. Lawless, M. Kerley, R. Longnecker, J. Speer, P. Arnold, C. Butts, E. Miller, K. Smith, L. Ralstin, S. Labbe, B. Hock, S. Mathis, B. Kuntz, K. Shay. BOTTOM ROW: M. Elliott, C. Wharton, D. Schuessler, C. Masters, G. Loshesky, R. Sklenar, R, Rico, L. Sargeant, V. Thompson, C. Davidson, J. Rhynard, A. Burton, R. Corrvin, S, Bums, K. Watkins, M. Rock. Boys Glee, TOP ROW: L. Dame, J. Carney, J. Kelly, G. Bames, W. Speer, M. Parker, D. Hukle, S. Hukle, M. Booth, S. Wright. 2nd ROW: Mr. Warren Townsend, Instructor, C. Stagner, D. Johnson, D. Nelson, J. Baringer, Z. Albers, C. Thompson, B. Ancell, R. Jones, J. Fairchild, J. Parker. BOTTOM ROW: M. Harvey, J. Shoemaker, B. Bobrovicz, B. Scott, D. Cobb, D. Waller, R. Patten, P. McGuire, D. Carney, B. Arnold, C. Norland. it f • « iiSiiyu ' Debate And Speech National Forensics League BACK ROW: R. Cummins, R. Klopfenstein, L. Hess, C. Kelso, B. Hor- ton, G. Barnes, Mr. Sheldon, Sponsor. FRONT ROW: K. Kraft, G. Crow, M. Rock, D. Cobb, B. Arnold, C. Stagner. The Mulvane Chapter of the National Forensics League was put into working order and this semester they presented an NFL night. The debate squad, although mostly novice, had a good year, and their enthusiasm promises to carry over into next year. The largest single accomplishment was the all school play. Speech, drama and other interested students worked many long hours to make " Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House " a great success. Our Speech department kept busy this year. Debaters Hess and Barnes display their trophy. p m- iim ! mrM m pi ' mwm0f ' - j- • " 1 -v 84.r el i J 74 i 76 B-Team, TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Dennis Leader, Don Nelson, Clark Phillips, Curtis Kunt2, Dave Boyd, Mike Brown, Rick Young, Wayne Speer. BOTTOM ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Troy Rich- ardson, Skip Day, Jim Shoemaker, Butch Wilson, Steve Butts. Wildcat Team Rebuilds The 1970 Mulvane Wildcat football season proved to be a rebuilding year for first year Coach Cavalier. Although the team won only three games, the Wildcats gave each opponent plenty of compe- tition. The 1971 Seniors provided the leadership typical of every Mulvane gridiron squad. Their ex- perience and the efforts and desires of the under- classmen made every contest a valuable experience for each team member. 1971 will be a better year for both the Wildcats and for football. Football Coaches, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerry Webster, Assistant Football Coach; Dennis Cavalier, Head Foot- ball Coach; Jerry Devore, Assistant Football Coach. 1970 Varsity Football Team: TOP ROW, J. Webster, J. Kelly, R. Snider, B. Wilson, M. Sorenson, R. Stachura, M. Brown, R. Dickey, R. Jones, C. Kelso, D. Thomas, S. Thompson, D. Carney, L. Childs, D. Boyd, B. Horton, B. Wayman, T. Anderson, Coach Cavalier; ROW 2, J. Shoemaker, T. Richardson, S. Day, R. Young, K. Ott, B. Bob- rovicz, C. Phillips, M. Venskus, D, Nelson, S. Butts, W. Speer, L. Smith, D. Leader, G. Fleming, T. Craig, J. Thomas, C. Kuntz, Coach Devore; ROW 3, R. Pierson, S. Wright, G. Showalter, R. Pyeatt, S. Moses, D. Hukle, R. Daily, D. Hargrove, M. McKee, R. Herrman, P. Roney, M. Winn, S. Riney, J. Venskus, L. Parker, C. Lever- ing, D. Titus. " " ' 3 ' Varsity Offense, TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Dale Hukle, Terry Craig, Gick Fleming, Larry Parker. BOTTOM ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Randy Daily, Mitch McKee, Roy Herrman, Mike Winn, Leonard Smith, Jay Thomas, Del Hargrove. Varsity Defense, BACK ROW: Mike Winn, Gick Fleming, Phil Roney, Stan Riney, Don Titus, Larry Parker, Craig Levering. FRONT ROW: Randy Daily, Leonard Smith, Mitch McKee, and Dale Hukle. 5 6 yt6 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Won 3 Lost 6 Derby Kingman Augusta Chaparral Circle We 13 6 13 They 20 7 7 14 26 Valley Center And over 11 20 28 Goddard 13 12 Campus 7 26 ■¥ .jP . " ' itai - " r- ■ ' -i«% ' WH , ♦r ' . Mitch McKee, Tri-Captain Tackle All League-All State Phil Roney Quarterback Stan Riney, Tri-Captain Defensive Line Backer Honorary All League Dale Hukle, Tri-Captain Up Back Rick Snider and Ron Pierson Trainers Larry Parker Defensive Back W V 52 r: t— — -, ► ■ % Mike Winn Center Gary Showalter Defensive Back Don Titus Line Backer - isj iirtfcifi JCK " " " . sJJ5 Randy Daily End ■■-v L. r- ©s% " «e.,i - v - % Steve Wright Guard r- - ' iyto- Steve Moses Guard r-SJTP -a Roy Herrman Tackle • v|— -i Del Hargrove End Adrian Brown End 4-5hi " " Rex Pyeatt Guard ,•1 ,- Ai-v Joe Venskus End Craig Levering End Crosscountry— 1970 The 1970 Cross Country season was one of high expectancy because of iour returning lettermen, including the league ' s number one and three runners. The prospects for a good season were very good, but by the first meet, old man injury had started to work. MHS was not able to field a complete team the entire season because of injuries and sickness. At the league meet MHS had only four runners ready to run as Rick Farber and Buz Nye were both out with leg injuries, and Mike Mcln- tyre had been lost for the season earlier. The bright spot for the season was the running of Richard Rikli and Leo Turner, two new faces on the team. Richard placed 5th in the league meet, and 10th at the regional. James Harris, Coach A-TEAM Mulvane 76 50 Oxford Mulvane 84 56 Derby Mulvane 48 26 Goddard Mulvane 50 47 Burrton Mulvane 69 44 Andover Mulvane 65 54 Circle Mulvane 47 57 Augusta Mulvane 75 63 Valley Center Mulvane 56 54 Bishop Carrol Mulvane 57 66 Campus Mulvane 47 56 Valley Center Mulvane 74 57 Circle Mulvane 53 70 Chaparral Mulvane 53 89 Campus Mulvane 87 72 Clearwater Mulvane 45 59 Augusta Mulvane 61 72 Kingman Mulvane C ancelled Goddard Mulvane 53 57 Valley Center Mulvane 65 69 Kapaun B-TEAM Mulvane 58 31 Oxford Mulvane 33 72 Derby Mulvane 41 45 Goddard Mulvane 42 49 Burrton Mulvane 45 47 Andover Mulvane 43 50 Circle Mulvane 55 54 Augusta Mulvane 39 69 Valley Center Mulvane 47 49 Circle Mulvane 39 44 Chaparral Mulvane 31 61 Campus Mulvane 54 49 Clearwater Mulvane 32 61 Augusta Mulvane 49 50 Kingman Mulvane 32 59 Valley Center Sophomore Team, TOP ROW: Joe Fairchild, Trainer; Coach Cavalier, Jerry Kelley; Trainer. SECOND ROW: Larry Childs, Clark Phillips, Mark Sorenson, Mike Brown. THIRD ROW: Terry Crook, Jim Shoemaker, Ronnie Jones, Brian Bobrovicz. BOTTOM ROW: Butch Wilson, Skip Day, Randy Martinez, Troy Richardson,. Dave Carney. Starting Six: LEFT TO RIGHT: Phil Roney, Max Nichols, Del Hargrove, Rick Farber, Craig Levering, Craig, Coach Harris. Terry H. S. Cagers Have 10-9 Season Record The Mulvane High School Wildcat basketball team com- pleted the 1970-71 season with a 10-9 mark. The varsity aver- aged 61.2 points per contest to 60 tallies for opponents. The ' Cats scored a total of 1, 163 points to 1, 140 for oppon- ents. Mulvane hit a season average of 43 percent from the field, canning 431 field goals on 994 attempts. Mulvane averaged just 61 percent from the foul line, converting 301 of 496 opportun- ities. The combined opposition hit 41 percent from the field and 63 percent from the line. Coach Jim Harris announced that eight ' Cats earned letters. They are: Rick Farber, Max Nichols, Del Hargrove, Phil Ron- ey, Craig Levering, seniors; Terry Craig, Gick Fleming, Terry Flinn. Varsity Players: LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Harris, Phil Roney , Terry Craig, Max Nichols, Craig Levering, Rick Farber, Del Hargrove, Butch Wilson, Steve Butts, Skip Day, Troy Richardson, Larry Dame, Coach Cavalier. • rr i .■otv i 44 V " E3 Rick Farber Co-Captain Honorable Mention, All League Dennis Cavalier, Assistant Coach James Harris, Head Coach Max Nichols Co-Captain Delbert Hargrove Honorable Mention, All League Phil Roney Craig Levering All League Team 72 A-Team Cheerleaders: CLOCKWISE: Kris Wedel, Evonne Stunkel, Linda Hembroff (Head), Kris Layton, Gracie Stunkel, Coach Harris. Track 1971 This could be considered a building year for the Wildcat track squad. Twenty boys reported early in March and began what the coaches felt was a suc- cessful season. The highlight of this spring came at the state meet in Wichita, when Phil Roney placed 3rd in the pole vault with a height of 13 ' 6 " . Dennis Cavalier and Jerry Devore were the coaches. 1 f I n ii ' .-;- " - .-v ■ . vAr ,»;• •» -■. .;. The queen ' s court. . -« Royalty • ? ' ■■•■ ' .■. Football -Ay ' • " ' • : ' - ji i:! ' - ,- ; S ' j ' i K Mark Webster and Jane Allison Sheldon lead the royal couple. , " .. Football Royalty Escort Dale Hukle, First Attendant Lark Scott, Queen Gracie Stunkel, Escort Mitch McKee, Second Attendant Lou Ann Sargeant, Escort Stan Riney. , ,,. •i ' ' ' v ' B i ' ' -«. ' r y " - :. - iJL T ' ■ ' J ' :V- w a a 1 y kA B ° 1 a a c k W h . . ' ■ " « . ••, , ' ■ o Basketball Royalty Escort Phil Roney, Second Attendant Kathy Shay, Escort Craig Levering, Queen Sharon PJiillips, Fi st, Al:tepiiant I a Scptt, Esc prj D.el Hargrove. , ... M- . .,,-. ' a.» ■ ;•■. ' . _ ' j .j.. ' ■..•:, ' .rs,. ' ' ■ s ■ ' ■:. . ■ ■- i. : r .t. y ' 3%i;:-( ,-- -. c } i TOP ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Chris Geffell, Kathy Hale, Keith Coleman, Beth Schroeder, Larry Parker, Megan Mosley, Bruce Thomas, Carol Butts, Jack Wessels, Denise Sullivan, Gary Showalter, Teri Evans, Rose Mary Rigney. MIDDLE ROW: Barbara Morgan, Elizabeth Miller, Tony Slavens, Kathy Crawford, Greg Rowlett, Joyce Kimble, Mitch McKee, Linda Wayman, Stan Miller, Michele Kerschen, Kenneth Ayers, Debra Cotton, Kindergarten Graduation .-a- - " ' Greg McEwen. BOTTOM ROW: Mike Campbell, Jeff Barton, Clark Denny, Gail Crum, Delbert Hargrove, Debra Smith, Joe Stites, Phil Roney, Ronnie Pierson, Bill McReynolds, Byron Nye. Not Pictured Paula Cherry. Gradua- tion June 20th, 1959 at Mulvane Grade School. June 20th, 1959 tl Kf M i c h a e 1 M c I n t y r Kathy Garrett, Salutatorian John Carney, Valedictorian Commencement 1971 TOP ROW: (LEFT TO RIGHT) G. Barnes, R. Daily, R. Loshesky, G. Rikli, S. Rivera, B. Bradfield, L. Parker, C. Denny, R. Lyon, D. Hargrove, R. Farber, D. Judstra, D. Hukle, L. Hess, H. Thomas, M. Mclntyre, M. Nichols, D. Bodine, R. Herrman, J. Wessels. 5th ROW: P. Roney, R. Rigney, R. Cummins, K. Tucker, M. Wirths, S. Taylor, M. Winn, J. Ree- kie, C. White, V. Thompson, C. Levering, N. Roberts, M. McKee, V. Butcher, L. Melton, B. Morgan, R. Klopfenstien, K. Kraft, J. Baringer, C. Butts, J. Barton. 4th ROW: K. McDowell, B. Nye, L. Sargeant, G. Showalter, S. Chrietzberg, D. Titus, S. Patten, R. Yacconi, P. Keely, Z. Albers, L. Scott, M. Hardison, L. Bales, M. Butcher, B. Schroeder, J. Venskus, R. Longnecker, D. Jones, S. Burns, B. Tharp, L. Hembroff, D. Herpolsheimer. 3rd ROW: C. Micheal, D. Carr, R. Branine, J. Kimble, A. Brown, D. Long, D. Struble, P. Long, D. Langstaff, C. Stagner, S. Wright, A. Fuller, G. DeHaven, L. Day, M. Schultz, E. MiUer, E. Clasen, K. Reder, S. Moses, S. PhilLLps, R. Young, D. Smith. 2nd ROW: E. Stimkel- escort, D. Schuessler, K. Church, M. McCain, R. Pierson, M. Kerley, R. Snider, S. Labbe, W. Stauffer, B. Boyd, D. Cook, L. Ral- stin, G. Crow, D. Garrett, M. Pottorff, M. Simon, S. Love, G. Stunkel, T. Herpolsheimer- escort. BOTTOM ROW: M. Morgan, G. McClure, M. Armstrong, R. Pyeatt, K, Shay, M. Campbell, M. Humbolt, J. Carney, K. Hale, E. Smith, B. Davis, R. Zimmer, C. Wharton, J. Stites, L. Wayman. m r f 1 Ik m. PETE ' S TACO TIME 509 N. SECOND STREET DINE IN — CARRY OUT 777-9902 MARY AND PETE MENDOZA TACOS — TOSTADOS BURRITOS — TACO BURGERS REFRIED BEANS TACO: T MEJ Wac 3i TOSTADAS BURRITOS TACOBURGE THE MULVANE JAYCEE ' S MR. SWISS 729 N. Baltimore Derby 788-1991 Ralph Schultz, Owner imttApk HUNTER PHARMACY 204 S. Baltimore Derby, Kansas 777-11! DAIRY KING 222 N. Second Mulvane, Kansas 777-1671 Congratulations Seniors NYE REALTY 509 N. Second Paul and Vivian Nye 777-1666 JERRY LONG ' S FINA 501 N. Second Mulvane, Kansas THE EMBERS 311 N. Baltimore Derby, Kansas 788-9114 Good Luck To The 1971 Seniors — From C. W. AUTO SUPPLY CHIPPEAUX OIL DR. COBB DR. HAYES DR. PORTER DR. WILLOUGHBY GREINER AND SONS HAMON ' S DEPARTMENT STORE HOWARD ' S MARKET, MULVANE McGEE ' S DEPARTMENT STORE MOURNING ' S CAFE MULVANE PHARMACY MULVANE VARIETY PAPPENHOUSOIL PAUL ' S CARRY OUT PAYDON ' S FABRIC RADCO-DAVIS, DERBY WHITE ' S VICKERS SERVICE 220 North Second Best Wishes From Paul, Craig and Gary McCUNES LOCKER AND MEA TS 115N. 1st 777-1052 Mulvane, Kansas ANDMcCUNE ' SK-15 CAR WASH Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Senior Class of 1971 DALECARR, C.V.M. ROBERTS RECREATION Robert Pulliam (Pool-Snooker-Dominoes) 108 N. 2nd Phone PR 7-9978 WELL ' S HARDWARE the complete hardware small engine motor repair 115W. Main 777-1911 EVELYN ' S BEAUTY SHOP PR 7-1522 Mulvane, Kansas Evelyn, Diane, Barbara INGALL ' S ELECTRIC Appliances and T.V. 777-1571 104 West Main Mulvane, Kansas FINEST ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT!!! LARGEST FRAME SELECTION!!! SENIORS OUR SPECIALTY!!! BILL ' S 66 SERVICE Phillips tires, batteries, and accessories Bill Jackson Mulvane, Kansas BERNADINE ' S BEAUTY SHOP Mulvane, Kansas Bernadine Richardson and Judy Wayman ROWANS FLOWER SHOP Artistry in Flowers Weddings Crystal and Silverware Rental Local and out of Town Orders Handled Promptly 24 hr. Service 777-1091 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rowan Help Keep America Beautiful Get A Haircut! PIX BARBER SHOP J (Pix Theater Building) Jim Sharpe 777-4121 WICHITA SPORTING GOODS CO. INC. The Coaches Choice — Your Choice, Too! Phone WH 2-3223 6420 West Hi-Way 54 Wichita 9, Kansas Arly Messner WH 3-1427 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Your Homeowned Family Store now. Main 777-1591 Mulvane, Kansas WINNEBAGO Motor Homes — Trailers — Campers Layton — Travel Trailers Dodge City — Travel Trailers Truck Campers 106 S. First Mulvane, Kansas 777-1231 MULVANE COOPERATIVE UNION Mulvane, Kansas MULVANE RADIO AND T.V. INC. TV — HiFi — Stereo and Radio 777-1041 205 W. Main Mulvane, Kansas MORGAN ' S CAFE OPEN Mon thru Sat 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Your Choice, Too! Phone WH 2-3223 6420 West Hi-Way 54 Wichita 9, Kansas Arlv MescnT DICK ' S PLUMBING 111 W.Collier 777-1221 Good Luck, Seniors! Mulvane DERBY BOWL Special Attention Given To School And Church Parties League Bowling 444 S. Baltimore Derby, Kansas KFDI 10,000 WATTS DIAL 1070 42ND NORTH BROADWAY c ? r ; P.O. BOX 1402 WICHITA, KANSAS 67201 PATTON GARAGE 107 Prather 777-4545 Carl Patton — Russell Spoonamore BRANINE CHEVROLET Mulvane, Kansas Phone 777-1191 JIM ' S HAIR STYLING 400 A N. Paltimore Derby, Kansas 788-1673 Creative Hair Styling Custom Permanent Waving Individual Hair Coloring Jim Weinman, Owner Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Graduates Of 1971 DR.L. A. ROBINSON Specializing In Wedding And Catering Designs By Elaine DERBY FLORAL GIFT SHOPPE 401 N. Baltimore Bus. Ph. SU 8-0633 Derby, Kansas Res. Mulvane 777-4189 Congratulations To The Seniors From MR. MRS. PAUL FARBER RFE 1 Derby, Kansas Box 29 ENGLISH REALTY Ray Warren and Jim Minson Co-Owners sL j i. mn r . yw f ' mm ' ' ' i ! ■ ■Hh WtIM HE WENT THAT- A- WAY! SNORT Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z COME TO ME! JUMPING JEHOSEPHAT ! HEAVEY, HEAVEY, HANGS OVER YOUR HEAD! MY GIRDLE IS KILLING ME! UP ! UP ! AND AWAY ! " NOW, LET ME MAKE THIS PER- FECTLY CLEAR! " SO MHS HAS A DRESS CODE? National Honor Society l fll TOP ROW: G. Crow, G. Barnes, G. Fleming, C. Levering, T. Craig, K. Ayers, J. Baringer, J. Barton. 3rd ROW: S. Wright, Mrs. Jaax, Sponsor, B. Bradfeild, B. Thompson, S. Armstrong, M. Teft, J. Reekie, K. Kraft. 2nd ROW: L. Dame, M. Him- bolt, S. Phillips, J. Kimble, M. Kerley, C. Stagner, K. Garrett, T. Pippin, L. Bales, J. Carney, D. Hukle. BOTTOM ROW: M. Campbell, G. Stunkel, M. Simon, D. Carr, C. Kincaid, M. Traugott, A. Hein, C. Norland, M. Riney, L. Dody, Mr. Adkins Sponsor. 1.Blast-of( of Apollo 13 — the whole world held its breath dur- ing the dramatic and near disas- trous flight of Apollo 13. voted top news story of 1970 byAP 2.Senator Peter Dommick, center, toasts with U.S. officers and troopers of the First Division fol- lowing the announcement that the " Big Red One " would be with- drawn as part of President Nix- on ' s latest troop withdrawal j.Arriving for a weekly session of Vietnam Peace Talks are. left to right. TOP: Ambassador Pham Dang Lam. South Vietnam; David K Bruce. U.S.A.: BOTTOIVI: Ngu- yen Van Tien. Vietcong: and Ngu- yen Ivlinh Vy. North Vietnam. 4.Palestinian Guerrillas pose atop wreckage of BOAC letliner they blew up at desert airstrip at Al Khana. Jordan. Four jet airliners were hijacked and destroyed in- cludinga Pan American 747. J.Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Semenov. left, leaves the American embassy m Vienna, accompanied by U.S. Ambassa- dor to Austria. John Hermes, af- ter a session of the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (Salt). U.Pope Paul is shown the way to the podium by President Suharto of Indonesia. The Pope made a ten day visit to countries in the Far East. .An Egyptian soldier is shown standing guard in October beside a wreath and portrait of late Pres- ident Gamal Abdel Nasser as throngs filed past the tomb at Nasser H losque in Cairo o.First of U.S. aid helicopters drop sacks of rice to the hungry survi- vors in East PaJ istan. where a cyclone and tidal wave killed hundreds of thousands of people. O.Nobel Prize winners from left are Luiis LeLoir. in Chemistry from Argentina; Louis Neel. in Physics from France. The next three are for Physiology and medicine: Bernard Katz. England; Ulf Von Euler. Sweden; Julius Axelrod. United States. Paul A. Samuel- son. United States, won the memorial prize in Economics; and Hannes Alfven. Sweden, in Physics. lUJhis photo shows two of the American POWs that appeared in a film that was shot by a member of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The film was made Christmas day at prisoner of war camp outside Hanoi. I I.James Cross pointed to television that was his companion while held prisoner by kidnappers in Montreal Quebec Labor Minister. Pierre La Porte, was kidnapped and killed by members of the Front de-Liberation du Quebec. l2.Members of Israels Knesset vote to return to the United Nations Mfddle East Peace Talks with Egypt and Jordan. Prime Minis- ter. Golda Meir. is identifiable in group at right. Defense minister. Moshe Dayan. is at top left. Primed in VS A. NTERNATIONAL NEWS ! ' L. ”
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