Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)

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WILDCAT 72 a r In 1971: hot pants were in, the Dallas Cowboys advanced to the Super Bowl, Treasury Secretary John Conna ■»; the wage-price freeze, Disney World opened in Orlando, Ellsberg released the Pentagon Papers, Lt. Calley was convicted in the Mylai case, " Love Story " was big at the box office, Dick Cavett ' s contract was renewed but Merv Griffins wasn ' t, Joe 1 — » Frazier retained the heavyweight title. Look magazine folded, Lindsay becanne a Democrat, Tricia Nixon was wed, California , suffered an earthquakfi-ajnd. " All In The Family " was a hit on TV. Jl % ' j i v- THE 1972 WILDCAT Eugene Farber Vice-President Garland Bell President School Board USD 263 The Board of Education of USD 263 functions as a policy- making group following guide- lines of both general and specific nature from the BOARD POLICY HANDBOOK. New developments in education are explored and the board members keep informed of the education- al needs of the community. The Board of Education furnishes strong leadership with adminis- trative support for the profession- al staff. Dr, Dale Carr Kenneth Tefft Clair Ferguson Ben Hargrove Dean Parks Clerk Ira Hall The Administrative Corps Is Guided By Superintendent Parks We extend our gratitude to Mr. Dean Parks, who has been the Superintendent of Schoo ls at Mulvane for the past two years. We thank him for patiently listening to all of our opinions and doing his best to improve the relation- ship between student and administration. The Superintendent carries out his educational leader- ship through a cooperative planning philosophy which involves teachers, principal " ; and the board. A large share of administrative time and ei ' ort is necessarily spent on stretching the available funds to cover education needs. Dean Parks, Superintendent of Schools. !irt5 ' F Betty Boren, Bookkeeper. Rosalie Elston, Typist. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parks with Kyle and Janelle. Webster Promotes Leadership Through Understanding Mr. Jerry Webster is one of the most essential persons at Mulvane High School. His duties include organizing the staff and cvuriculum, maintaining discipline, and encouraging school spirit and pride. He is responsible to the students, parents, and public for establishing the best possible educational program. As the principal at MHS, in the spring of 1971, Mr. Webster worked many hoiys with faculty, students, and members of the community in a self- evaluation study for North Central. In November, 1972, the Evaluation Team, headed by the State Department of Education, spent three days in inten- sive evaluation of the school. The final report commended the students and the school. Jerry Webster, Principal, Jerry Nelson, Vice- Principal. Jean Shaw, Registrar. Mr. and Mrs. Webster with their two boys, Greg and Mark. Joan McKinney, Bookkeeper. M u 1 V a n e S ' ' SJWS ' Ron Adkins Counselor Julie Bowell Foreign Language Lawrene Buck Librarian F a c u 1 t y Bob Burdette Industrial Arts Jerry DeVore Robert Dohm, Steve Domenico, gill Fairchild Gale Fleming Social Science, Social Science, Social Science, j .. Education Home Economics Coach. Coach. Coach John Fry English Robert Glaser Asela Goicoechea Ada Jaax Science, Math. Spanish English Adele Johnson Joe Johnson Home Economics Biology Cj Jerry Nelson Social Science Bill Parker Math Ted Powers Band Winifred Reed Art Bob Schreiner Janie Sheldon Industrial Arts English Michael Sheldon Anetta Shockey Speech, Debate. P. E. Francis Shoup Vo. As. Linda Swingle Commerce Warren Townsend Vocal Music Peggy Uribe Commerce Culture And Enjoyment, As Well As Education, Result From Vocal Music At MHS The Marching Wildcats The Best Band in Kansas and Texas! SPECIAL SERVICES: SPECIAL PEOPLE We sometimes take advantage of the wonderful people who cook and serve our meals, provide our trans- portation, and keep our school in top condition and because we do sometimes forget them, we gratefully dedicate this page to them. Betty Bradfield and Mary Cowell cook and serve our delicious meals with the cheerful assistance of Cheri Rowland and Jerry Kelly. (Jerry is our official food taster). Charles Showalter is the supervisor of buses and has, in- deed, a fine group of persons to supervise. The bus drivers often have to put up with a busload of noisy Pep Club girls or a triumphant group of enthusiastic athletes, but they are always friendly and agreeable. Mary Carmichael, Alice Clasen, Marjorie Hinds, Margaret Waller, Geneva Young, Virginia Nichols, Malcolm Nichols, J. C. Hinds, Floyd Reusser, and John Schroeder are ten of the nicest people in the school. Ben Kopsa and Joe Rigney, the school custodians, not only keep our school running smoothly and efficiently, but also supply MHS with a pleasant atmospher. The next time we eat lunch or ride the bus let ' s keep in mind that without these SPECIAL people, MHS would not be the great school it is today. Football Royalty Attendant, Second ; Fiist Attendant Yvonne Stijtiljel) Nld Dftip.ieW«i , fctt ' eficraflV pueeitv feis I yton jiJlArooigl, i ' ' : nd A endant Gayla Losheskyi ' . .-« !•; ♦;.v ' ' " ' 1 ■ • " ' ♦ ■ - ;i ' ' ' v ' ' ■ ' ' x. ' - ' ' : ' ' J- ' ' i ' ' ' ' J ' : iCi% i- ' i .• ■■»•„ .■ • . ■ ' ' • ' Basketball ' Royalty Escort V rry Craig, Second Attendant RhoWcbi- tl ibc«?jr ?UeTBn id .W Butts, First Attendant Paula Arnold, and Escort Troy Richardson, ' »-,»V ' V ' ' ' ' ' " " ' ' ; ' , ■FLiSttle • a 1 ll-i 16 fi LILLY ALBRIGHT SHERRY ARMSTRONG PAUIA ARNOLD CARL BEAVER MATT BOOTH STEVE BUTTS PAMELA CARR KATHY CLASEN TERRY CRAIG Mi DANA CROWE LARRY DAME 18 SCOTT DOUGLAS RHONDA DUKE LINDA DODY DENIS E DOREY TERRY FLINN RODNEY EATON GICK FLEMING AUCE HEIN TERRI FRESHWATER MARIE GRIEVE 19 CINDY HELFERSTAY CHERYL HENDERSON LuWANA HENDRY DELORIS HESS TOM HERPOLSHOMER STEVE HUKLE DAVID HUMBOLT JANET HUSS DAVID ki:rley KATHI RIGHT 20 NIKKI KNIGHT KRIS LAYTON CAROL KINCAID DOUG KLOPFENSTEIN RHONDA LYNCH DWIGHT LONG TERRY LONG LeCENA MINER SUSAN McCORMALLY PAT McGUIRE 21 DEENA MILLER PAM MORGAN MARC ELLA MYERS DON NELSON DEBBIE OTT MERRILL PARKER CHERONNE PELKEY SHELDA PYEATT BARBARA REDINGER 22 MICKEY RINKER MERISUE RINEY JANICE REEKIE CATHY REEVES CINDE SENTER JANET RHYNARD STEVE ROBERSON KATHY SMITH SONIE SENTER DALLAS SHEA 23 « s LEONARD SMITH MARCIA SMITH KENNY SNOW WAYNE SPEER DAN STROBEL EVONNE STUNKEL MARY TEFFT AUCE THOMPSON MARTA TRAUGOTT LEO TURNER CHARLES THOMPSON JUANITA TITUS KAREN WAT KINS MARK YENS KUS DALE WALLER JANELL WHITE RICKY YOUNG NANCY WELLS KRIS WEDEL 25 Goodbye From Seniors ' 72 The senior class members are eager to graduate from high school, but at the same time they are nostalgic about leaving their classmates. The class officers are Tom Herpolsheimer, president; Steve Robinson, vice- president; Evonne Stunkel, secretary; Steve Butts, treasurer, Denna Miller and Leo Turner, student council representatives. Mrs. Jaax, Mr. Domenico, Mr. Schriener and Mrs Swingle are sponsors. »14i_ Mike Abasolo Cindy Albers Pat Alley Blane Ancell Becky Armstrong Cathy Barton Ruth Baringer Cathy Beatty Carol Beitz Richard Belcher Brian Bobrovicz Debra Bohner Cindy Bonner David Boyd Dennis Boyer Connie Brown Debbie Brown Elizabeth Brown Mike Brown Jeannie Brozek Anne Biorton Richard Butcher Dan Carmichael Dave Carmichael Dave Carney Ronald Carr Larry Childs Dennis Cobb Katie Cornett Rose Corwin 28 John Cowel Terry Crook Elaine Cummins Gary Curry Skip Day Kathy DeHaven Roger Dickey Steve Dochow Gary Dody Mike Dossey Alan Dye Michelle Elliot Ronald Eubanks Marilyn Evans Joe Fairchild Kathy Felts Dennis Fuller Richard Funk John Grother Leigh Hand Lyndal Hinds Brenda Hock Bill Horton Kay Hughes Tom Himibolt Kathleen Huss Bill Jackson Carl Johnson Douglas Johnson June Jones Jennie Johnson Randy Jones Ronnie Jones Teresa Kater Jerry Kelly Chris Kelso Don Kerley Cathy Kessinger Carol Klopfenstein Matthew Kreidler Barbara Kuntz Curtis Kuntz Kathy Langholz Dona Lawless Dennis Leader Randy Martinez Connie Masters Colleen McCormally Marilyn Melcher Gary Meyers Cathy Nix Kent Ott Joel Overbey Jim Parker Randall Patten Clark Phillips Teri Reed Ramona Reekie Cindy Reeves Dave Reisig Ak 30 Troy Richardson Rita Rico Richard Rikli Randy Rivera Marilyn Rock Mike Rogers Brett Scott Bruce Schippers Linda Schwab Jim Shoemaker Rita Sklenar Elaine Sommerhauser Mark Sorensen Jo Speer Craig Stagner Terri Standerfer Vivian Stoll Phillip Tatum Tommi Taylor Susan Terrel Ronald Terrell Barbara Titus David Thomas Sean Thomson Victor Triebel Janice Tull Debbie Walker Bob Wayman Karma Wilkinson Butch Wilson 31 . M I Greg Wirths Vicki Wright Sandy Young if A The class officers of this busy junior year are Randy Martinez, president; Kathy Kessinger, vice-president; Dave Carney, secretary, Larry Childs, treasurer; Curtis Kuntz and Tommie Taylor, stuco representatives. The sponsors who have also had a fun year are A4rs. Sheldon, Miss Bowell, Mr. Burdette, and Mr. Johnson. Cheryl Adkins Perry Adkins Sheila Alley Terry Alked Debra Alvarez John Antle Micki Armstrong Sherry Atha Mark Bales Thaine Barnes Stacy Bergmann Charlene Blansett Sabrina Bloomgren Stan Bohner Brenda Brauser Hazel Britton Mary Brown Myrna Brozek Kenetha Brush Kvit Butts Kim Call Joyce Carlson Cathy Carson Karl Chrietzberg Karen Clasen Kirby Coon Doug Crowe Darrelyn Daily Karen Daily Janet Dame 34 Terry Day Peggy Deloney Teresa Dochow Debbie Downs Vicki Eaton Kent Elder Mark Elliott Lor en Els ton Mary Elstun Faith Evans Susan Flinn Glenita Fran klin Karen Friend Randall Frikken Debbie Gilley Sharon Graham Kathy Gray Steve Greathouse Mike Hall Sandy Harper Marilyn Herreld Pam Harris Debbie Hess Sally HiU Maurice Horton Doris Howard Eugene Howard Randall Howell Robert Howell Jr. Bruce Humbolt Vaughn Jenkins Rodney Jones Devee Keely Valerie Kennedy Kurt Kerns James Kessinger Ronald Kihle Kent Kraios Dennis Langlois William Langholz Alice Lentz Ray Levitt Jackie Lewis Rick Long Susan Long Violet Long Nancy Lynch Barry McCormally Tim Mclntyre Merle McKee Dan McKerracher Marcie McVay Mark McVay Steve Mercer David Miller Richard Myers Malcolm Nichols Rhoda Nix Diane Ott Bill Oxley 36 Marc Peterson Rebecca Pippin Teresa Pray Debbie Prins Steve Prows e James Purvines William Rikli Curtis Roberts Pat Rogers Lynne Rosendale Shelly Ross Cheri Rowland David Shay Jerry Shoemaker Fred Simon Janise Smith Marya Sommerhauser Mark Standlee Chris Stites Ron Struble Jerry Taylor Larry Taylor Rita Tharp Kelly Thomson Tina Thompson Virgil Thompson Gaylan Titus Carl Underwood Catherine Venskus Robert Wade Rick Wadley Ernie Ward Janet Ward Pam Watkins Don Winn Bill Worthy Jim Wyant Bobby Yacconi Randy Zimmer t «J ,a Jl SOPHOMORE CLASS: The sophomore class sponsors, shown with the class, are John Fry, Bob Dohm, Aneta Schockey and Jerry Nelson. The class officers are Bobby Yacconi, president; Pam Watkins, vice-president; Kelly Thompson, secretary; Diane Ott, Treasurer; and Pat Rogers and Kenetha Brush, stuco representatives. 38 rA r I Tf l««« ? • ' . I- V . ' 1 1 !»► WE THINK EVERYONE SHOULD BELONG TO A CLUB — AS A MATTER OF FACT. IF YOU ' D CARE TO BUY ONE WE HAVE SEVERAL FOR SALE RIGHT HERE ORGANIZATIONS s u c o STUDENT COUNCIL: TOP: Mr. Fairchild, K. Brush, P. Rogers, J. Wyant, C. Hen- derson, M. Elliot, Mr. Parker. 2nd: C. Norland, B. Wilson, D. Cobb, C. Barton, J. Tull, D. Lawless, T. Taylor. BOTTOM: M. Tefft, L. Smith, D. Miller, L. Turner, A. Thompson, L. Dame, J. Fairchild. Stuco Liberalizes Dress Code Stuco represents the voice of students in student government in the high school. The president, Larry Dame, and the spon- sors, Mr. Fairchild and Mr. Parker, encouraged participation in the Stuco meetings which were held every Wednesday morn- ing before school. The administrators were also invited to at- tend Stuco meetings so that the students could have a direct pipeline to the administration. An effort was also made to in- clude questions on the agenda for immediate attention, if necessary. During this year Stuco liberalized the dress code and chang- ed regulations concerning student elections. They also partici- pated in inter-league student exchange day, held free dances for the first time, installed a pay phone for student use and booked several free lyceum numbers. They also sold valentines for the benefit of the March of Dimes. Larry Dame, President STUCO OFFICERS: Mr. Fairchild, Mr. Parker- sponsors; J. Fairchild, treasurer; L. Dame, president; A. Thompson, vice-president; C. Barton, secretary. Mr. Parker checks ballots 3UM f " rm FFA F. F. A. TOP ROW: L. TO R. : R. Myers, R, Rivera, T. Humbolt, B. Humbolt, D. Langlois, R, Butcher, L. Hinds; 3rd ROW: J. Grotiier, K. Ott, R. Jones, L. Childs, D. Leader, M. Abasolo, E. Ward, G. Myers; 2nd ROW: K. Butts, S. Dochow, M. Harreld, T. Allred, T. Flinn, G. Fleming, G. Curry, J. Wyant, K, Elder; BOTTOM ROW: W. Speer, D. Kerley, D. Kerley, D. Nelson, S, Butts, J. Shoemaker, M. Parker, Mr. Shoup, Sponsor, FFA Judging Team Competes In National FFA is one of the most active organizations in school. The boys learn to be intelligent and good citizens as well as good farmers. This year Wayne Speer and Steve Butts each achieved the FFA State Farmer A- ward. The judging team, composed of Jim Shoemaker, Kent Ott, Don Kerley, John Grother, and Steve Dochow, won the state in judging dairy products and will compete in the national in the fall. Among the many activities held during this year were a father-son watermelon feed, a mother-son dinner, a pest control program, a rodeo, a hamburger fry with green hand installation, and a livestock judging contest. Miss Evonne Stunkel was chosen as FFA Sweetheart. Mr. Shoup is the sponsor. FFA OFFICERS: TOP ROW: W. Speer; BOTTOM ROW: F. Shoup, Sponsor, Don Kerley, David Kerlye, D. Nelson, S. Butts, J. Shoemaker, M. Parker. President Don Nelson presents Evonne Stunkel with her sweetheart jacket. FHA BOARD: STANDING: C. Henderson, N. Wells, M. Elliot, H. Britton, " Piifiirp R. Duke, C. Helferstay, J. Jones, C. Klopfenstein, B. Kuntz, B. Brauser, FULUlC K. Call. SITTING: E. Stunkel, M. Rock, C. Kincaid, P. Can, Mrs. Fleming, sponsor. Homemakers Reach Toward New Horizons " Toward New Horizons " is tJie motto of the Future Homemakers of America. Throughout the past year, the FHA has tried to meet the challenges of this motto. In June, two officers went to State Leadership Camp to get new ideas on how to run the club more efficiently. With the beginning of the school year, the club sponsored a car wash, member- ship party, went Christmas caroKng and held a sloppy-joe supper before the school play. In trying to meet the chal- lenge, the club invited guests to talk about the many ca- reers in the Home Economics field and how Home Econom- ics could be used in the mission field. In the fall, the club participated in the annual District I Conference. The club ' s special project for the year was sending boxes full of Christ- mas goodies to the servicemen overseas. In March, fourteen delegates and four sponsors attended the annual State Meet- ing in Topeka where Hazel Britton was installed as District I songleader and Carol Kincaid won the State scholarship. Carol Kincaid, who served as president, was assisted by Mrs. Fleming 1st semester and Miss Johnson 2nd semester as advisors. FHA MEMBERS: TOP: D. Howard, C. Rowland, D. Hess, S. Ross, J. Smith, K. Friend, J. Carlson, K. Call, B. Brauser. 3rd: P. Arnold, K. Watkins, K. Brush, J. Ward, E. Cummins, R. Reekie, R. Sklenar, E. Som- merhauser, C. Klopfenstein. 2nd: D. Ott, K. Kight, R. Lynch, S. Pyeatt, J. Huss, G. Loshesky, D. Hess, A. Hein, S, McCormally. BOTTOM: Mrs. Fleming, sponsor, C. Henderson, R. Duke, N. Wells, E. Stun- kel, M. Rock. C. Kincaid, P. Carr, C. Helferstay, M. Elliot, J. Jones, B. Kuntz. ' M i " «m!...m.. i.wi i ,., i ,i...u.jn ii i PEP CLUB MEMBERS: TOP: D. Daily, C. Rowland, K. Venskus, S. Hill. 6th: S. Flinn, J. Ward, J. Carlson, D. Ott, M. Armstrong, H. Britton, A. Lentz, D, Hess, S. Long, S. Adkins, D. Keeley, S. Harper. 5th: P. De- loney, P. Watkins, S. Ross, J. Smith, K. Friend, T. Taylor, B. Armstrong, C. Beatty, D, Bohner, E. Brown, K. Langholz, A. Burton, K. Brush. 4th: S. Atha, J. Dame, J. Tull, C. Nix, K. Barton, C. Brown, D. Lawless, R. Sklenar, T. Standerfer, C. Klopfenstein, R. Baringer, J. Jones, V. Wright. 3rd: Mr. Johnson, C. Carson, C. Hill, L. Dody, M. Riney, C. Norland, L. Hendry, R. Duke, S. Henderson, P. Carr, G. Loshesky, M. Tefft, Mrs. Webster. 2nd: D. Alvarez, K. Watkins, D. Ott, N. Wells, P. Arnold, K. Hughs, T. Freshwater, S. Young, M. Rock, S, Armstrong, M. Elliot, C. Kincaid. CHEERLEADERS: K. Wedel, E. Stunkel, K. Layton, D. Brown, J. Speer. Pep Club Provides Both Spirit And Enthusiasm The pep club has once again provided spirit and enthusiasm for MHS this year. Not only has the pep club supported the athletes at sports events, but has also reorganized the pep club constitution, sponsored tiie annual mum sale, and held a poster contest be- tween the classes. Sherry Armstrong served as Presi- dent, with Mrs. Webster (the former Miss Shockey) and Mr. Johnson helping out as sponsors. A surprise bridal shower was held in March for Mrs. Webster. A membership party was held early in the year and a trip to Joyland concluded the successful 1971-72 school year. Sherry Armstrong, President, with Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Webster, sponsors. PEP CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD: TOP: Mrs Webster, sponsor; K. Layton; C. Henderson; D. Alvarez; Mr. Johnson, sponsor; BOTTOM: D. Keely; C. Nix; P. Arnold; S. Armstrong; B. Armstrong; P. Carr; T. Standefer. K a KLASSY-KATS: STANDING: Sandy Young, Debbie Ott, Nancy Wells, Karen Watkins, Marilyn Rock. KNEELING: Michelle Elliott, Sherry Armstrong, Terri Freshwater, Paula Arnold, and Kay Hughes, head Pom-Pon girl. K a t M C 1 u b M CLUB: L. TO R, , TOP ROW: Joe Fairchild, Skip Day, Randy Martinez, Brian Bobrovicz. 5th ROW: Dan McKerracher, Virgil Thompson, Jay Thomas, Terry Flinn, Troy Richardson, Terry Allred, Curtis Roberts. 4th ROW: David Miller, Wayne Speer, Gick Fleming, Jim Shoemaker, Don Winn, Malcolm Nichols. 3rd ROW: Mike Brown, Curtis Kuntz, Leonard Smith, Steve Butts, David Boyd, Bret Scott. 2nd ROW: Dennis Leader, Mark Venskus, Terry Craig, Don Nelson, Dave Carney. BOT- TOM ROW: Jerry Kelly, Richard Rikli, Larry Dame, Ricky Young. A Newly Organized M Club Had A Successful Year M-Club has been very busy this past year. With Terry Craig serving as a cooperative president, the constitution was reviewed and the training rules were revised. M-Club also helped manage the sophomore basketball tournament which was held in the high school gym. Mr. Domenico, Mr. Dohm, and Mr. Devore served as coaches and sponsors. Any boy who lettered in any sport was eligible to be in M-Club. For next year, the M-Club has been selling advertisements to local businesses to pay for football programs. Football Pep Rally Coach Steve Domenico and Coach Jerry Devore talk informally with executive board members Terry Flinn, Leonard Smith, Jim Shoemaker, Terry Craig, and Steve Butts. ' L Mrs. Swingle Pres. Flinn talks with quill-type officers. Quill Type Helps Activities Function Smoothly Quill Type is an organization that renders an invaluable service to the high school. Each fall the junior and senior members choose the sophomore members from those who have indicated a desire to join. The major function of the club is taking and selling tickets for all sports activities for which there is a charge. Quill Type members are also responsible for posters which help to generate Wildcat Spirit. Terry Flinn, the president, is assisted by Paula Arnold, vice- president; Karen Watkins, secretary; Rhonda Duke, treasurer; Donna Lawless, stuco; Mr. Adkins and Mrs. Swingle, sponsors. Mr. Adkins QUILL TYPE: TOP ROW: J. Speer, D. Walker, C. Brown, M. Traugott, S. Senter, R. Martinez, B. Bobrovicz, B. Scott, J. Shoemaker. 4th ROW: R. Jones, J. Parker, W. Speer, D. Leader, R. Dickey, S. Day, C. Phillips, 3rd ROW: M. Harvey, B. Hock, L. Dame, C. Albers, B. Armstrong, K. Layton, p. Ott, G. Fleming. 2nd ROW: C. Hill, C. Henderson, E. Stunkel, P. Carr, R. Rico, G. Loshesky, k. Wedel, C. Senter. BOTTOM ROW: R. Duke, K. Watkins, T. Flinn, P. Arnold, D. Lawless. KAY BOARD: L. TOR.; R. Burdette, Sponsor; S. Day, L. Smith, J. Fairchild, R. Martinez, J. Devore, Sponsor, " " .•■ ' Kays Mr. Burdette and Mr. Devore, Sponsors, confer with President Leonard Smith, Senior. KAYS: TOP ROW: T. Mclntyre, C. Stites, E. Ward, D. Miller, T. Day, J. Fairchild, R. Richardson. 3rd ROW: R. Dickey, J. Shoemaker, M, Dossey, S. Thompson, B. Scott, R. Eubanks, G. Dody, D. Carney. 2nd ROW: D. Thomas, D. Cobb, J. Parker, D. Kerley, K. Ott, R. Jones, R. Martinez, L. Childs, M. Abasolo. BOTTOM ROW: R. Burdette, Sponsor; M. Harvey, L. Smith, S. Butts, L. Dame, G. Fleming, J. Devore, Sponsor. K a y e t t e s V KAYETTE EXECUTIVE BOARD: STANDING: Mrs. Uribe, sponsor; Carol Norland, vice- president; Janet Huss, president; Mrs. Buck, sponsor. SITTING: Nancy Wells; Karen Watkins, secretary; Cathy Nix, treasurer; Janis Tull, stuco; Kay Hughes; Terri Freshwater; Mary Tefft; Deloris Hess. KAYETTES: TOP ROW: L. TOR.: C. Rowland, P. Deloney, D. Ott, D. Daily, P. Watkins, C. Adkins, J. Speer. 3rd ROW: R. Sklenar, R. Corwin, B. Hock, C. Barton, C. Brown, K. Hughes, D. Lawless, C. Albers. 2nd ROW: K. Huss, T. Kater, C. Kincaid, M. Tefft, L. Dody, S. Armstrong, T. Freshwater, K. La-yton. BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Buck, Sponsor, K. Watkins, N. Wells, J. Tull, C. Nix, C. Norland, J. Huss, Mrs. Uribe, Sponsor. 55 •72 WILDCAT STAFF: TOP: L TO R: A. Thompson, C. Helferstay, C. Kin- caid, L. Hendry, J. Huss, M. Brewster, Co-editor R, Duke, S. Henderson, C. Norland, K. Clasen, D. Miller, D. Hess, BOTTOM: S. Senter, C. Sen- ter, D. Ott, C. Hill, Co-editor M. Harvey, D. Kerley, S. Keeley, N. Wells, K. Watkins, P. Carr, R. Lynch, K. Kight. LIBRARIANS: L TO R: C. Masters, C. Beitz, C. Brush, C. Klopfenstein, Mrs. Buck, J. Reekie, K. Kight, E. Stunkel, R. Corwin, L. Miner, S. Pyeatt, K. Kraus, R. Rico. Arsenic And Old Lace NATIONAL FORENSICS LEAGUE: STANDING: T. Mclntyre, C. Kelso, P. A. Thompson, Mr. Sheldon, instructor, S. Bloomgren, R, Howell, D. Cobb, C. Stagner. SITTING: M. Rock, E. Cummins, D, Prins, S, Alley, D. Fuller, T. Thompson. Speech And Drama Students Are Enthusiastic Vicki Wright The speech, debate and dramatics classes were popular this year at MHS under the able direction of Michael Sheldon, In addition to regular classes, the speech stu- dents toiored the Sedgwick County Courthouse, attended a trial and visited KTVH. Even though this year ' s de- baters did not win any trophies, they constituted an enthusiastic squad which improved immensely with experience and knowledge. The highlight of the year was the popular classic ARSENIC AND OLD LACE which was a tremendous success due to the diligent endeavors of the drama department other talented students. TOP ROW: C. Kelso, B. Horton, D. Cobb, D. Thomas, T. Mclntyre. THIR D ROW: P. Raytom, D. Fuller, R. Jones. SECOND ROW: C. Johnson, C. Stagner, P. S. Bloomgren. FIRST ROW: V. Wright, A. Burton, Mr. Sheldon. Arsenic and Old Lace play cast. NFL OFFICERS: L TO R: Chris Kelso, Marilyn Rock; Mr. Sheldon, Instructor; Dennis Cobb; Craig Stagner. THREE MUSKETEERS " .-., sy. ' v .- NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: TOP ROW: M, Tefft, L. Dody, A. Hein, C. Henderson, C. Norland, T. Pippin, J. Reekie, A. Burton, V. Wright, T. Freshwater, R, Jones, G, Fleming, T. Craig, J, Whoemaker, R. Dickey, R. Patten, C. Thompson, J. Thomas. 1st ROW: S. Armstrong, Mrs, Jaax, M. Traugott, K. Kessinger, N. Wells, M, Riney, L, Dame, A, Thompson, C. Klopenstein, C. Kincaid, P. Carr, R. Barringer, M. Elliot, B. Armstrong, C. Stagner, J. Fairchild, R. Martinez, S. Day, D. Cobb, J. Parker, Mr, Adkins. NHS Members Achieve Academic Excellence The National Honor Society Members represent academic excellence in Mulvane High School. The organization stresses service, leadership and character in addition to scholarship. According to the national by-laws, twenty percent of the senior class and fifteen percent of the juniors belong to the organization. During the 1971-72 school year the National Honor Society was ably headed by President Alice Thompson, The other officers were Marta Traugott, vice-president; Carol Norland, secretary; Gick Fleming, treasurer; and Mary Tefft, stuco representative. An installation tea for members and parents was held in the early fall with Superinten- dent Dean Parks as the featured speaker. Another popular custom is the assembly for seniors just before Chirstmas when the last year ' s graduates return for a panel discussion and a question and answer period. Mr. Adkins and Mrs. Jaax are sponsors. Intramurals Are Popular With Students INTRAMURALS: TOP ROW: L. Hinds, G. Curry, R, Eaton, D, Leader, L. Turner, M. Brown, B. Ancell 5th ROW: R. Wadley, B. Humbolt, D. Langlois, T. Barnes, B. Langholz, S. Bohner, J, Purvines, S Purvmes, S, Prowse, T. Herpolsheimer, T, Day, 4th ROW: S. Roberson, M, Brewster, G. Meyers, K Stites, S. Keely, R, Jones, K, Elder, R. Frikken, L, Elston, M, Bales. 3rd ROW: T, Mclntyre D Kerley J, Overby, B, Scott, M. Dossey, K. Ott, S, Dochow, J, Kelly, S, Greathouse, K. Kerns, 2nd ROW- W Speer, J, Shoemaker, M. McKee, R, Rikkli, C, Kuntz, J, Wyant, M, Hall, R, Howell, J. Antle, D Boyd. 1st ROW: Referee, Mr, Johnson, M, Parker, T, Flinn, D. Nelson, R. Young, L. Smith. G. Fleming L. Dame, C, Thompson, Referee, Mr. Nelson. MAJORETTES; Paula Arnold and Cindy Hill LOWER BRASS: 3rd ROW: R. Howell, D. Carmichael, W. Speer, 2nd ROW: K, Coons, D. McKerracher, C. Thompson, L. Elston, V. Wright, D. Cobb. 1st ROW: M, Elliott, D. Shay, J. Grother, M. Hall, T. Crook, R. Jones, D. Waller, C. Stites, B. Scott. DRUMS: TOP ROW: S. Rowland, J. Shoemaker. 3rd ROW: K. Ott, R. Eubanks, R. Wadley, G. Howard. 2nd ROW: D, Boyd, M. Brewster, P. Rogers, BOTTOM ROW: M. Harold, K. Thompson. THE MARCHING WILDCATS PARADE ON MAIN STREET CLARINETS: TOP ROW: J. Dame, C. Adkins, C, Carson, P. Wat- kins, S. Atha, J. Ward, V. Stoll, D. Hess. 2nd ROW: C. Helfer- stay, M. Grieve, T. Standefer, D, Winn, C. Norland, K. Call, K. Wedel, C. Klopfenstien. BOTTOM ROW: R. Lynch, M. Rock, J. Carlson, D. Keely, B, Pippin, D. Howard, C. Hill. SAXOPHONE: TOP ROW: J. Smith, R. Baringer, M. Tefft, J. Antle, J. Parker, R. Dickey, C. Roberts, BOTTOM ROW: M. Elliot, N. Wells, P. Carr, C. Henderson, N. Lynch, M. McKee, D, Waler. WILDCATS MARCH IN THE COTTON BOWL PARADE The community and the school are justly proud of the Marching Wildcats, the high school marching band under the excellent leadership of Mr. Powers. For many band n embers, many years of band climaxed in the 1972 trip to the Dallas Cotton Bowl. The band performed well but the weather wasn ' t the best. The hours spent in Dallas v ent quickly with sightseeing, movies, eating, telephoning, and general fun. Three chartered busses and a highway patrol car made the trip. The highlight of the return trip was pass- ing the slowly-moving Derby school busses. On Monday morning 103 very tired band members dragged themselves to school to start the new year! TWIRLERS: L TO R: M. Herald, V. Stoll, G. Loshesky, D. Walker, K. Thompson, Mr. Ted Powers, band director TRUMPETS: D. Klopfenstein, J. Fairchild, J. Shoe- maker, S. Thomson, D. Ott. C. Kincaid. 2nd ROW: M. FLUTES: S. Ross, H. Brittain, A, Lentz, S. Hill, M. Bales, J. Wyant, R. Wade, S. Dochow, P. Arnold, T. Traugott, M. Riney, C. Brown, S. Flinn, BOTTOM Allred. BOTTOM ROW: D. Nelson, B. Ancell, B. Oxley, ROW: D. Brown, J. Speer, K. Daily, T. Kater, K. B. Yacconi, M. Brown, D. Miller, J. Kelly. Watkins, D. Ott, K, Layton, G. Loshesky. , j|«g 1JL,J iniwiiiiiiiM . . ' - CS rW .? . » ' fc V c a 1 BOYS GLEE: TOP ROW: M, Parker, T. Mclntyre, D. Waller, D. Nelson, P. R. Rikli, T. Barnes, W. Speer; SECOND ROW: J. Kelly, M. Harvey, D, Long, L. Dame, D, Johnson, G. Howard, B. Ancell, G. Fleming; BOTTOM ROW: R, Kihle, J, Fairchild, C. Stagner, K. Coon, D, Fuller, D. Cobb, C, Thompson. VOCAL MUSIC HAD SUCCESSFUL PERFORMANCES The Vocal Music Department supplied MHS with great musical entertainment all year. Under the direction of Mr. Warren Townsend, the Music Department presented their first concert in the fall, a Christmas concert, a special patriotic concert, and ended the 1971-72 school year with a fantastic spring concert, featuring song and dance routines from several top musicals. With Carol Norland accompanying the mixed chorus and the mixed ensemble, Vicki Wright and Diane Ott accompanying Girls ' Glee, and Dennis Cobb accompanying Boys ' Glee, nothing could have gone wrong. At League contest. Mixed Chorus received a I, Girls and Boys Glee received II ' s, and Mixed Ensemble re- ceived a I. At State, Mixed Chorus and Girls Glee received I ' s and Mixed Ensemble and Boys Glee received II ' s. and Mary Tefft sang solos at both league and state. Paul received I ' s at both, and Mary received II ' s at both. The Girls Trio, consisting of Ruth Barringer, Carol Kincaid and Ann Burton received I ' s at both state and league. MIXED CHORUS: TOP ROW: W. Townsend, Director; M. Grieve, M. Tefft, S. Alley, D. Hess, J. Lewis, C. Kincaid, V. Wright, D. Crow, J. Rhynard, K. Smith, K, Layton; 2nd ROW: P, Arnold, N. Wells, K. Friend, R. Tharp, P. C. Stagner, K. Coon, R. Kihle, G. Fleming, D. Ott, P. Carr, C. Henderson; BOTTOM ROW: A. Thompson, G. Loshesky, K. Watkins, J. Kelley, M. Harvey, L. Dame, D. Long, A. Burton, R. Cor- win, E. Stunkel, C. Norland. VOCAL OFFICERS: W. Townsend, Director; J. Kelly, Secretary- Treasurer; N. Wells, Vice- President; M. Harvey, President. M u s 1 c GIRLS GLEE: TOP ROW: W. Townsend, Director; M. Grieve, M, Tefft, K. Layton, C. Brown, D. Walker, K. Friend, N, Wells, M, Riney, C. Norland, C, Henderson, S. Bloomgren, T. Standerfer, J. Rhynard, K. Smith, B. Lisk, K. Daily, THIRD ROW: D. Howard, S. Alley, D. Hess, C. Reeves, D. Lawless, C. Kincaid, M. Sommerhauser, K, Clasen, K. Nix, V. Wright, A. Burton, R. Corwin, B. Hock, B. Brauser, A. Lentz, SECOND ROW: D. Brown, C. Albers, J. Speer, M. Brozek, J. Lewis, G. Loshesky, A. Thompson, K. Brush, B. Pippin, R. Rico, D. Crow, M. Evans, S. Rowland, K. Reeves, S. Bergman, P. Arnold, BOTTOM ROW: H. Britton, R. Baringer, D. Ott, D. Prins, R, Tharp, K. Watkins, M. Elliott, P. Watkins, J. Carlton, M. Rock, T. Thompson, D. Ott, K. Barton, Stunkel, P. Carr. BOYS ' GLEE ACCOMPANISTS: STANDING: D. Cobb. W. Town- send, Director; D. Ott, V. Wright, SITTING: C, Norland. MIXED ENSEMBLE MIXED ENSEMBLE: TOP ROW: J. Speer, W. Speer, M. Tefft; THIRD ROW: D. Wall- er, C. Norland, R. Jones, N. Wells; SEC- OND ROW: M. Harvey, A. Thompson, C. Thompson, A. Burton, D. Cobb; BOTTOM ROW: R. Baringer, C. Stagner, C. Kincaid, L. Dame, V. Wright. I ' .. ,, ,.1 ,,i - c •, M ' ' V«Nt 4 MJL.-fiL V.-UAVf 5 ri e ' eil ' S " ' ' " " ' ' " ' VARSITY OFFENSE: TOP ROW: T. Richardson, G. Fleming, S. Day, B. Wilson, J. Shoemaker, BOTTOM ROW: W. Speer, S. Butts, J. Thomas, L. Smith, C. Kuntz, D. Leader, R. Young, R. Martinez, B. Bobrovicz. I ' Ul . Ul I Three Cat Gridders Named All League The Mulvane Wildcats finished the 1971 season with a 3-6 varsity record. This was a rebuilding year for the team which was a junior-dominated squad. There were nine seniors, sixteen juniors, and eleven sophomores on the team. Three members of the MHS grid squad were named to the 22-member Chisholm Trail All-Star Team. The three were junior running back Troy Richardson, senior tailback and linebacker Gick Fleming, and senior guard Leonard Smith. Skip Day, junior quarterback, received honorable mention. The coaches, Steve Dominico, Jerry DeVore, and Steve Morrison are looking forward to a good season next year with fourteen lettermen returning. Ass ' t Coach Steve Morrison, Head Coach Steve Domenico, Ass ' t Coach Jerry Devore. MULVANE WILDCAT TEAM: TOP: T. Craig, M. Venskus, B. Wayman, D. Winn, B. Wilson, T. Richardson, K. Butts, J. Wyatt, L. Elston, Coach Domenico. 3rd: V. Thompson, R. Kihle, K. Kerns, D. McKerracher, D. Lead- er, M. Nichols, B. Ozley, D. Thomas, M. McVay, Coach Devore. 2nd: B. Scott, K. Ott, S. Thompson, D. Boyd, C. Kuntz, D. Carney, C. Phillips, B. Bobrovicz, L. Smith, D. Miller. BOTTOM: J. Thomas, R. Young, L. Dame, S. Butts, G. Fleming, W. Speer, R. Martinez, S. Day, J. Shoemaker, J. Kelly. VARSITY DEFENSE: TOP ROW: T. Richardson, S, Butts, G. Fleming, S. Day, D. Leader, J. Shoemaker, B. Bobrovicz, M. Nichols. BOTTOM ROW: C. Phillips, R. Young, J, Thomas, L. Dame, L. Smith, C. Kuntz, W, Speer. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Mulvane Derby 28 Mulvane Kingman 27 Mulvane 6 Augusta 24 Mulvane 12 Chapparal 6 Mulvane 31 Circle 24 Mulvane Valley Center 42 Mulvane 51 Andover 6 Mulvane 8 Goddard 21 Mulvane 8 Campus 44 FOOTBALL TRAINERS: J.Kelly, M.McVay,D. Miller. A TEAM CHEERLEADERS AND CO- CAPTAINS: TOP ROW: K. Layton, 2nd ROW: E. Stunkel, K.Wedel, 3rd ROW: J. Speer, D. Brown, BOTTOM ROW: Co- Captains L. Smith, T. Craig. Head Football Coach Steve Domenico Leonard Smith, Co- Captain All- League Guard Terry Craig, Co- Captain Quarterback Jay Thomas Tackle li siWt Wayne Speer End Steve Butts End Gick Fleming All- League Linebacker r rz J S: ' J, r-.- Larry Dame Defensive Middle Guard Mark Venskus End Rick Young Tackle MUlv _Jl| W t l jlt: - " W ' .,0 -mtr ' il r « ' ' 4 " ..g ' | _ i ' ai na i ' ii ' ' MUwUHt ft Mjl B TEAM: TOP ROW: M. Nichols, B, Scott, D. Carney, J. Shoemaker, B. Wilson, D. Thomas, D. Winn, MIDDLE ROW: K. Kerns, M, McKee, B, Oxley, B, Wayman, J. Wyatt, K, Butts, V, Thompson, L. Elston, R. Kihle, BOTTOM ROW: D. McKerracher, C. Phillips, D, Leader, C. Kuntz, D. Boyd, K. Ott, S. Thompson, R. Martinez, B. Bobrovicz. B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS: S. Atha, C. Carson, D. Alvarez, J, Dame, P. Deloney. • J i WM2 Terry Allred Charles Thompson Richard Rickli Curtis Roberts Cross Country Prospects Are Good For 1972 The 1971 Cross Country team was a very young team, but the runners had a lot of determination and enthusiasm. Since the team placed fourth in the league meet and sixth in the regional, prospects for the 1972 Cross Country squad are bright. Three runners ran the two- mile course under eleven minutes: Richard Rikli, a junior who placed in the top ten in every meet except the state meet where he placed 18th; Curt Roberts, sophomore, who ran 10:33; and Terry Allred, sophomore, 10:36. Charles Thomp- son, senior, gave senior leadership to the squad. Bob Dohm, Coach Coach Bob Dohm Terry Crook Joe Fairchild, Trainer Kris Kelso Tim Mclntyre 11 Co- Captain Terry Craig All League Co- Captain Steve Butts B Team Record nm B TEAM MULVANE OPPONENT [ Oxford 52 45 k; Derby 33 56 m Goddard 55 83 Andover 61 27 h Winfield 42 76 ' V Circle 49 62 .. Augusta 63 94 ' IX Valley Center 43 65 Circle 40 61 i3y Chaparral 46 60 Clearwater 62 52 Augusta 43 68 Campus 46 11 Kingman 48 65 Goddard 52 85 Valley Center 45 WON LOST 76 3 13 B TEAM: STANDING: Joe Fairchild, trainer, Mike Abasolo, Terry Allred, Terry Crook, Dave Carney, Brian Bob- rovicz, Virgil Thompson, Larry Childs, Dan McKerracher, Mark Sorensen, Malcom Nichols, Kurt Kerns, trainer, and Coach Dohm. KNEELING: Richard Myers, Kurt Butts, Donnie Winn, Curtis Roberts, David Miller, Fred Simon, and Gayland Titus. VARSITY RECORD A TEAM MULVANE OPPONENT Derby 50 68 Goddard 49 70 Andover 64 47 Winfield 45 97 Circle 51 63 Augusta 42 58 Valley Center 59 n Halstead 59 71 Ellsworth 68 61 Goddard 54 88 Circle 42 70 Chapparal 57 54 Clearwater 65 61 Augusta 58 IS Campus 42 86 Kingman 72 88 Goddard 53 84 Valley Center 56 91 Goddard 50 89 B a s k 1 e 9 t 7 b 2 a 1 1 A Team Cheerleaders VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: TOP ROW: Coach Dohm. 3rd ROW: R. Myers, C. Roberts, K. Butts, D. McKer- racher, D. Winn, D. Miller, F. Simon, G. Titus. 2nd ROW: M. Nichols, V. Thompson, M. Abasolo, T. Crook, T. Allred, D. Carney, M. Sorensen, L. Childs, B. Bobrovicz. 1st ROW: K. Kerns- Manager; J. Shoemaker, S. Butts, T. Craig, D. Carmichael, T, Richardson, R. Martinez, S. Day, J. Fairchild-Manager. SOPH. TEAM: STANDING- David MiLer, Kurt Butts, Gayland Titus, Coach Dohm, Virgil Thompson, Fred Simon, and Richard Myers. KNEELING- Dan McKerracher, Malcolm Nichols, Terry Allred, Don Winn, and Curtis Roberts. Steve Morrison Assistant Coach Coach Domenico is shown with All Conference foot- ball players: Troy Richardson, Skip Day, Gick Flem- ing, Leonard Smith. PEP BAND: TOP ROW: Wayne Speer. 5th ROW: Bret Scott, Mike Hall. 4th ROW: Charles Thomp- son, Mark Elliot, Ronnie Jones. 3rd ROW: Dennis Cobb, Vikki Wright, Marta Traugott, Merisue Riney. 2nd ROW: Roger Dickey, Ruth Baringer, Joe Fairchild, Mike Brown, Blaine Ancell, Carol Kincaid. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Tefft, Marilyn Rock, Cindy Helferstay, Carol Klopfenstein, Devee Keeley, Jim Parker, Nancy Lynch. TOP ROW: N. Wells, M. Myers, N, Kngith, A. Hein, C. Henderson, P. Arnold, T. Winn, S. Hikle, B. Red- inger, J. Thomas, K. Layton, W. Speer, M. Grieve, M. Parker, M. Tefft, T. Pippin, K, Tharp, K. Smith, C. Reeves, R. Duke, P. Carr, L. Dody. FOURTH ROW: J. Huss, C. Thompson, D. Miller, S. Butts, J. Reekie, D, Waller, K. Kight, S. Ward, C, Senter, G. Fleming, D. Schwab, D. Klopfenstein, D. Hess, L. Keely, J, Titus, T. Flinn, E. Stunkel, D, Snyder, C. Norland, T. Herpolsheimer, L. Hendry, S. Roberson, J, Rhynard, S. Douglas, M. Traugott, THIRD ROW: K. Wedel, L. Albright, M, Booth, G, Loshesky, T, Craig, L. Minor, R. Young, M. Boucher, R. Mills, S. Senter, L. Smith, M. Riney, M. Venskus, K. Classen, M. Rinker, A, Thomp- son, P. McGuire, J. White, D, Sisco, C. Helferstay, K. Snow, S. McCormally, FIRST ROW: C. Pelkey, C. Beaver, D. Dorey, J. Ortiz, K. Watkins, M. Harvey, P. 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