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Show Hide text for 1976 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 192 of the 1976 volume: “ sxnxky :3 WILDCAT UQ © r OQ CA Sis 2 CO 0) Is o 0 o c o t " !« 5 WORLD EVENTS 7 4 75 BILLIE JEAN KING BOWS OUT — After winning her 6th straight Wimble- don Singles title she emphasized that this was her last major Singles competition. " JAWS " BIG MONEY-MAKER IN ' 75 — Here Roy Scheider and Robert Shaw battle mechanical shark during filming of movie. 11 11 75 ANGOLA — Soldiers of the So- viet-backed MPLA, the Popular Move- merit for the Liberation of Angola, fire weapons in the air in Luanda, welcoming Angolan independence from Portugal. I t« t-t ' • " 7 6 75 HOFFA MISSING — James P. Hoffa and Barbara Grancer, children of missing ex-Teamster boss James R. Hof- fa, announced the posting of a reward for Information revealing the whereabouts of their father. Hoffa vanished July 30. 12 11 75 PATTY HEARST ARRESTED — Patricia Hearst is shown on her way to San Francisco and an appearance in federal court concerning charges of federal bank robbery. 12 2 75 PEKING TOURISTS — President and Mrs. Ford, escorted by Vice Premier Li Hsien-nien, left, visit the Temple of Heaven Grounds during the second day of their China tour. 11 29 75 NEW SUPREME COURT JUS- TICE — U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge John Paul Stevens is shown with his wife, Elizabeth, after being nominated by President Ford to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court of the United States. 6 12 75 CONVICTED — In June Prime Minister Indira Gandhi of India was con- victed of winning her 1971 election to Parliament illegally. However, in Novem- ber the Supreme Court erased the con- viction. 1 9 76 CHOU-EN-LAI DIES — All Tokyo afternoon papers display portrait of Chou-En-lai in reporting the death of the Chinese Premier. 10 1 75 THRILLA ' FROM MANILA — Muhammed All delivers left and right to head of Joe Frazier in the 14th round of their title fight in Manila. Moments later All was declared winner. 10 8 75 VISITING EMPEROR — Emperor Hirohito of Japan signs guest book at Disneyland during first visit to United States. Empress Nagako and Mickey Mouse look on. 6 30 75 NEW U.N. AMBASSADOR — Daniel Moynihan became the U.S. am- bassador to the United Nations. He is shown casting a negative vote in the U.N. General Assembly, November 10, on a resolution to label Zionism " a form of racism and racial discrimination. " t ij 1 Wr -m 1 M 1 w H( ' ' -S l L i- The 1976 Wildcat Mulvane High School Co- Editors f| Barbara McGuire And David Wells VV S 3A State Volleyball Champions Volleyball Champs, L To R: Coach Nancy Winter, D. Keely, L. Lane, D. Howard, T. Whetstone, A. Carney, F. Thompson, C. Hagg, K. Thomas, K. Ward, S. Standerfer. U.S.D. 263 - v:;; Board Of Education ' ' To The Students Of MHS: " :: To the students of MHS: . ' ' ■ . ' ' ' , The members of the Board of Education of USD No. 263 are extremely appreciative of the fact that, year after year, the students of Mulvane Senior High School continue to exemplify the highest qualities of scholarship, leadership, sportsmanship, and school spirit. These at- tributes heighten the awareness of the Board of Education of both their obligation and privilege in providing the students of Mulvane Senior High School with an educational system of which they can be proud. Students of Mulvane Senior High School keep up the good work! Eugene Farber EUGENE FAHBER, Presiderit V: . . ; " v ' ' J;- i-- - ' •;■--;. i. ' ,,. n GARLAND BELL RON CRAWFORD GEORGE DANIELS " ■ ED HARDISON ' , ' C " ? ' GREG OLSON ROD PITTMAN ■-■■ !.• - r . ■■ ■ ---, UNITY— This term seems to typify the atmosphere that pervades Mulvane Senior High School in 1975-76. Webster defines unity as " a condi- tion of harmony, " and it seems that this expression coxdd very appropriately be applied to the s enior high school this year. The many facets of the high school such as faculty, students and facilities seem to have meshed together in terms of reaching a common goal the common goal of achieving the best possible educational opportunities at Mulvane Senior High School. The faculty and students are to be congratulated for their efforts in making Mulvane Senior High a school of which we can all be extremely proud. It is hoped that this atmosphere of " Unity " will continue to develop and grow, and will lead Mulvane Sen- ior High on to new and greater heights in the years to come. Dec. 22, 1975 Dean Parks Superintendent DEAN PARKS Superintendent Parks Completes Six Years At The Helm Of U.S.D. 263 JERRY NELSON Vice Principal FRED S TAKER Principal Dear Students and Faculty Members: This bicentennial year is an important one in the life of our school and the history of OUT nation. Two hundred years ago a group of inspired people dedicated themselves to an ideal. Through the cooperative efforts of many, that ideal was achieved. The " Spirit of ' 76 " has enabled students and faculty at Mulvane High School to cooperate and achieve success both in academics and activities. It is our hope and desire that each student will dedicate himself to the ideal of utilizing fully his talents and abilities. The achievement of this ideal will surely enable one to live a successful life. Congratulations to each of you for your achievements and best wishes for the future. Respectfully, Fred Stakex, Principal BETTE CRANSTON Registrar SUE BAUMGARTNER Bookkeeper M Chris Grier We the classmates of Chris Grier will always remember him for his friendly attitude and his delightful sense of humor. His interests included motorcycles, woodworking, mechanics and all kinds of sports, especially football. He enjoyed himting and swim- ming. Chris Grier has contributed much to the lives of his family, friends and community. Edwin Jay Sears On May 27th, 1975, Mulvane was greatly saddened by the death of Jay Sears in a truck accident in Texas. Jay loved motors and kept busy working on auto engines and shop projects, but he was never too busy to be thoughtful of other people and sensitive to their fellings. He was an active and faithful member of the Mulvane United Methodist Church. Jay, we will remember you, your friendliness, your generosity, and your red truck. Advertising: Top Row: K. Kraus, B. Giles, M. Nix, D. Howard, C. Staska, K. Thomas, F. Heersche. Bottom Row: B. McGuire, L. Copeland, D. Menhusen, K. Ward, D. Wells. Layout; L To R; T. Whetstone, C. Hagg, C. Avery, R. Erb, F. Thompson, M. Galvan. Typists: Standing: G. Schott, C. Hagg. Sitting D. Schippers. Annual Sales; Top Row: C. Hagg, N. De- haven. Bottom Row: D. George, D. Seeger, B. Traugott. Photographers; Top Row: N. Friend, J. Fleming. Bottom Row: D. Wells, P. Hill J. Norland, Lit. Ed. Class Pictures: B. Persels and B. Friess Joe Johnson, Photographer K. Kerns, Sports D. Wells, Co-editor B. McGuire, Co-editor c FACULTY ) RON ADKINS BILL FAIRCHILD ADA JAAX JON BROWN LARRY BULLER ROBERT BURDETTE DENNIS FRANCIONE MARVIN JELINEK JOHN FRY JOE JOHNSON ROBERT GLASER LANA JOHNSON LOUISE SMITH JULIE VENSKUS KIM STEELE KAROLEE WELLER LARRY THOMAS NANCY WINTER MHS Faculty 1975- ' 76 PAT THO b SON DEBORAH ZAGER Special Services From Special People! Thanks — LARRY DAILY, Custodian DEBBIE LIGHTY and JEANNIE EGGLESTON, Milkmaids Qi ' 1 1 SENIORS MIKE ALUMBAUGH MARSHALL BALES EDDIE BOWMAN VICKI BURGNER TIM ARMSTRONG TAMM ' ARNOLD MITCHELL BALES BRENDA BOBBIT CHRIS AVERY DENISE BONGIORNI BARBARA BOZONE MARK BURTON RICK BRADFIELD LYNN CAPTAIN JO BRUEGGEMAN DLANE CARLSON RICK CROWLEY MIKE DULANEY RICK DAVIS SHAYLA ELDER NANCY DEHAVEN RICK ERB GREG DOCHOW JULIE FLEMING KATH " FLOWERS JOHN FREED KATH " F RECK A BARBARA FRIESS G.ARY FRIKKEN . OCHE-A.I_A G.AL " AN DEBBIE HESTIS BOBBIE GILES CHARLES fi-ARRINGTOX CINDY H.A.RRrN ' GTON ' RHOXDA GLEXNIE TRAVIS HARVEY NANCY FRIEND TERESA GEHRING CAROL HAGG FRED HEERSCHE LOUANNA LAMM LEIGH LANE LORI LAWLESS CINDY MCCASKEY MELINDA NIX BETH PERSELS DONNA RATHBUN JANICE NORLAND RAMONA OXLEY WARREN PHILLIPS VICKY RAY TERESA PURVINES MARLIN SCHAICH CHRIS PATCH MARK PYEATT KELLY SCHILD ROY SPEER .CLIFF STARBIRD TONY SPICER CINDY STASKA DENNIS STAFFORD GREG STEADMAN SHERRI STANDERFER ED STUNKLE -«;r i(i DEBBIE VAN SICKEL MARK VENDRICK JAMES VENSKUS TERESA VEST NANCY WALLSMITH KATHY WARD DAVE WELLS RICK WEST . H H 1 jff ' c:ta V- - 4 7 V ' J l Hk W 1 w : JL m Presia ' -nt lAi:c 11 Bales SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS Back Row: M. Galvan, M. Bales, Coach Thomas— sponsor, A. Jaax- sponsor, M. Bales, J. Turkle. Front Row: D. Milligan, L. Copeland, K. Thomas, D. Wohford, S. Standerfer, K. Kerns. JUNIORS Ron Alumbaugh Peggy Armstrong Kathy Ashby Mary Batesel Mark Bezinque Dee Beard Ray Bishop Relsecca Bloomgren Mark Britton Candy Brown Terri Brown Keith Brueggeman Tom Bums Craig Burrell Keith Burris Brenda Cantrell Brad Carey Darlene Carlson Marlene Carlson Paula Carr Peter Champagne Dan Chase Richard Chew Kevin Clark Gary Cobb Jina Cockrell Mark Coffey Donna Comstock John Costello Debbie Cotton Rhonda Couch Gerry Craig Harr ' Craig Kelly Craig Larry Craig Marci Cranston Candy Crowe Beth Croxson Janice Daily Rick Dankert John Deschner David Dickey James Downs Duane Dubois Tim Dulaney Joe Edwards Jeannine Eggleston Jim Eighmey Bruce Elliott Scott Elston Susan Endres Brad Evans Don Fairchild Linda Fanning Susan Fleming Jim Francisco Bobbi Frecka Susan Friess Teresa Harvey Jim Heersche Carla Hendricks Allen Henson Eva Henson Karl Henson Leon Hicks Gehren Higgs Robert High Glenda Hightower Mindy Hightower Pat Hill Robbie Fry Lee Gage Rhonda Gammon Tabby George Arm Gerlach Rex Gray Beth Grieve Carol Hall Teri Hardison Connie Howard Wayne Howard Mike Howell Rex Hukle Cindy Hunsaker Catherine Hunter Donna Huss Mike Inkelaar Kim Jackson Bill Jarrett Ronnie Johnson Beth Kelley Terresa Killgore Daina Kissinger Robin Kruskop Maria Lambky Gene Larcade Gene Largent Dan Lawless Vicki Lawless Debbie Lighty John Longnecker Randy Mahlandt Gary Martinez Jerry Massey Monte Mayfield Patti McCurdy Kelly McDowell Kerry McQuigg Sherry McQuigg Kiiftaafi StexESEr Marc Simon Julie Smith Tammy Smith Kathy Somerhauser Martin Sklenar Mark Steadman Valerie Stoll Dearni Stout Dan Svvayne Kelly Taylor Steve Terrel Kay Thompson Bill Townsley Sandra To vnsley Joanna Unger Greg Vanzant -Ajmette ' est Teresa Walker Jr. Class Officers, Top Row: L. Hicks; M. Cranston; L. Craig; G. Mar- tinez; Bob Schreiner, Sponsor. Middle Row: Mrs. Venskus, Sponsor; D. Moon; D. Lawless; K. Somerhauser. R. Bloomgren; Nlrs. Thompson, Sponsor. Bottom Row: G. Craig; J. Heersche; R. Couch. President Dan Lawless Sponsor Marilyn Ralston SOPHOMORES Chuck Adams Richard Aimes Pxl Darrell Allred Jeff Arbaugh ■L -rr " i R Jamie Arnold Jeff Arroyo i i Jemiifer Ball Steve Ball Debbie Batesel Kathy Batesel -rJH Bill Baumgartner Candy Beebe Russell Bennett Jannette Behrens Brad Bergmann Janelle Bolish Debbie Bonner Rhonda Booth Cory Borthwick Mark Boute Bryant Bower Cavan Brownlee Donne He Burris Ken Butcher Brad Butts Perry Caldwell Kit Carson Rick Carter Paul Champagne Sue Chase Teresa Clark Mark Clarkson Marilyn Clasen Mike Clasen Regina Davis Guylene Day Alfred Decaire Scott Denney Diana Dodd Kathy Dody Bobby Downs Betty Edwards Barbara Elliott Randy Elliott Sharon Evans Mary Farber ' Vi G. C. Daniels Brad Fast Becky Flagler Brenda Francisco Sherri Gage Craig Gehring Jeff Giles LeArni Gwinup Renee Haas Shelly Hamilton Richard Hartley Kurt Hartman Doug Harvey Mark Head Steven Head Debbie Henson Dave High Tim Hill Becky Holden Julie Howard Peggy Howe Robert Huckstep Cory Jantzen Cari Johnson Karen Jones Tom Jones Kelly Kauffman Ellis Kight Bobby Kimble Susan Kohen Marsha Kraus Lisa Landon David Lawless Jane Long Ann Longnecker Greg Madding Janet Mahlandt Kevin Massey Martr ' Maxwell Lisa May Beth McCormick Ed McDanials Nancy Milleson Duane Mitchell Alan Montgomery ' David Moon Lane Myers er Neece James Nix Raelene Pohlenz Tony Poteete Tim Powell Sheri Powers Carol Pulliam BiU Rader Sandy Rambo Bonnie Ray Jo Ann Reed Joy Reed Kathy Reed Don Reese Randy Reusser Chris Rico Kevin Ross Chrtis Salander Tina Saxton Leo Schippers Terri Schlick Mark Schmidt Dana Schmidt Dea SchniCtker Kevin Schott Chad Scott Sandy Smith Terry Smith Veda Smith Francis Spicer Casey Stagner Stephen Steinbach Judy Stevenson Debbie Struble Shane Tull Dewey Sweet Janet Tefft Jeannine Tull Kathy Turkle Tammy Turner Dale Walker Mike Ward Bret Wayman Kim Waymire Roy Wellborn Teresa Wellborn Susanna West Bruce White Leon Williams Rahl Williams Robin Williams s o P h o m o r e Sophomore Officers and Sponsors: Top Row: S. Steinbach; D. Lawless; A. Montgomer ' . 3rd Row: R. Haas; R. Owens; 2nd Row: Mrs. Reiter; S. Sherfield: N. Milleson; Mr. Fr -, Head Sponsor. Sitting: P. Howe; S. BaU; P. Caldwell; B. Wayman; J. Howard. J2 fi u yQ 1 I 1 ■ ACTIVITIES Officers: First Row: L. Copeland, R. Gammon, D. Sears. 2nd Row: F. Thomp- son, T. Whetstone, Miss Casey, C. Hagg, K. Thomas. 3rd Row: C. Staska, N. Friend. Fantastic ! Helpftd ! Active ! The Futiffe Homemakers of America in Mulvane have had an active and rewarding year--which started with a breakfast to honor the new members. Among the many activities in which the chapter was involved, the most prom- inent was F.H.A. week. Diaring the week, the members gave cupcakes to the Villa Maria, cookies to the gymnas- tic girls, and roses to Miss Fran. They ended the week with Red and White day to recognize the club colors. Other activities included a bake sale to raise money, a slumber party, and district meeting. The final climax was state meeting with seven selected girls who attended. It was a very enjoyable year under the leadership of Carol Haag, president; Miss Casey, sponsor; and Mrs. Thomas, chapter mother. Members: First Row: Carol Hagg, Faith Thompson, Miss Casey, Cindy Staska, Rhonda Gammon. 2nd Row: Diane Sears, Tamra Smith, Cindy Harrington, Karen Jones, Jackie Smith, Daina Kissinger, Mary Farber, Marsha Kraus, Sandra Townsley. 3rd Row: Gehren Higgs, Patti McCurdy, Terri Whetstone, Marci Cranston, Gerry Craig, Vir- ginia Waller, Denise Bongiomi, Elaine Rock. 4th Row: Karen Thomas, Janice Daily, Ann Gerlach, Nancy Friend, LeAnn Copeland, Teri Hardison. :: . Sr. Lettermen: Head Coach Jon Brown with Senior Foot ball Lettermen James Venskus, Kelly Kerns, John Nel- son, Warren Phillips, Brad Sorensen, Mark Pyeatt, Greg Steadman, Mike Nichols, Ron Turner, Dean Milligan and Steve Jackson. President Ron Turner M CLUB: Top Row: B. Wayman, D. Fairchild, J. Rogers, Coach Senecaut. 3rd Row: D. Moon, H. Craig, j. Venkus, S. Elston, R. Fry, Coach Brown, Coach Franchione . 2nd Row: M. Pyeatt, R. Turner, M. Nichols, B. Soreson, G. Steadman. W. Phillips. 1st Row: L. Craig, M. Whetstone, C. Henseon, L. Hicks, L. Gage, K. Hughes. Mulvane High School ' s Academic First Team! NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS AND SPONSORS Standing: Mr. Glaser and Mrs. Jaax, Sponsors. Seated; Gaylene Schott, Doug Wohlford, Bobbi Giles, and Diane Seeger, Officers. The National Honor Society was formed by the National Association of Secondary School Principals in order to recognize academic excellence in high schools. Mulvane High School is proud to present these honor students who have qualified in leadership, character and service to others as well as in a grade point average of B+ or better. The National Honor Society membership is limited to the top twenty per cent of the seniors, and to fifteen per cent of the juniors. Mr. Glaser is the head sponsor. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Standing: J. neming, P. Carr, V. WaUer, B. Traugott, B. Persels, D. Schippers, T. Whetstone, J. Tuikle, F. Thompson, Mrs. Jaax, K. Ward, M. Nix, M. Bales, D. Wohlford, Mr. Glaser, P. Craig, L. Hicks, B. Giles, D. Seeger, D. Howe, L.Craig, R. Chew, H. Craig. Kneel- ing: L. Crook, J. Daily, T. Hardison, E. Rock, D. Kissinger, K. Somerhauser, D. Huss, J. Norland, S. Elders, S. Kuntz, C.Ward, M. Hightower, N. Friend, M. Whetstone. Sitting: K. Patton, L. May, C. Hunter, M. Batesel, T. Smith, B. Ramsey, K. Shock, L. Copeland, T. Gehring. R. Bloomgreen, G. Schott, C. Staska, D. Carlsen, B. McGuire. Kelly Kerns N.H.S. President Quill Type Marshall Bales, President Quill Type Members Provide Efficient School Service With Smiles! Qidll Type, whose new members are chosen each spring by the club, give valuable assistance to the whole school. They sell and take tickets at all athletic events; in addition, they man the concession booths. The money from the concessions will be used to build another badly needed ticket booth for the Couch Athletic Field. The 1975-76 officers are Marshall Bales, President; Rick Erb, Vice-President; Debbie Howe, Secretary; Janet Turkle, Trea- surer; Micheala Galvan, Gate Manager; Chris Avery, Student Council; Jim Heersche, Junior posters; Fred Heersche, Senior posters. Mr. Adkins is the head sponsor and Mr. Fairchild is the assistant sponsor who oversee all of these services to the school. Pyramid of officers Top Row: D. Ughty, J. Turkle, N. Friend, R. Erb, M. Galvan, C. Ward, C. Staska, T. Whetstone, M. Hightower. 4th Row: K. Ward, F. Thompson, D. McKerracher, L. Copeland, R. Couch, P. Carr, Mr. Adkins, Sponsor. 3rd Row: J. Daily, V. Waller, E. Rock, A. Ger- lach, C. Avery, M. Cranston, D. Seeger, G. Craig. 2nd Row: B. Ramsey, D. Huss, K. Shook, D. Carlson, A. Carney, D. Howe, J. Heersche. 1st Row: P. Hill, L. Crook, R. Bloomgren, K. Sommerhauser, C. Hagg, B. Giles, M. Bales. STUCO: Top Row: R. Owens, R. Haas, P. Howe, M. Kraus, N. Millison, J. Howard, P. Caldwell, B. Wayman, S. Ball. 3rd Row: P. McCurdy, P. Hill, G. Craig, M. Cranston, C. Howard, L. Craig, L. Hicks, G. Martinez. 2nd Row: K. Kerns, K. Thomas, T. Whetstone, D. Seeger, M. Galvan, D. Howe, J. Turkic, C. Avery, C. Chambers. Front Row: M. Bales, K. Hughes, N. Friend, D. Wohlford, M. Nix, Mr. Nelson, Mis. Smith, Mr. Senecaut. Stuco Functions Efficiently The Student Council, consisting of representatives from each class and each organization, forms the governing body of the school. This year, they re- vised the dress code, and made a good start on the courtyard, and helped to get the parking lot repair- ed. In a more entertaining light, Stu-Co sponsored the Fun Day in honor of the Volleyball Champs, 50 ' s Day, Homecoming Week, and the " Free Fare " Concert. Again this year they organized the Home- coming and Christmas Dances. To raise money for these projects, the organization sold school buttons and valentines. Along with all this, each student received a candy bar for Christmas. Under the lead- ership of Kent Hughes, President; Jerry Nelson, Head Sponsor; Louise Smith and Rick Senecaut, Co-Spon- sors; Student Council completed a successful year. President Ken Hughes STUCO EXECUTFVES: Left To Right: Pat Hill, Melinda Nix, Mr. Senecaut, Kent Hughes, Mr. Nelson, Mrs. Smith, Patty McCurdy. • I " i -IX , B i FFA MEMBERS: Back Row: C. Brown, C. Howard, S. Rambo, R. Speer, R. Owens, T. Mahlandt, J. Ball, B. Hagler, K. Wyant, R. Haas, T. Smith, R. Reusser, D. Stafford, D. Allred, C. Borthwick, B. Rader, c ' Stag- ner. 2nd Row: T. Walker, V. Nelson, D. Stmble, S. Wyant, M. Pyeatt, J. Nix, M. Clasen, G, Larkade, R. El- liot, M. Sklenar, T. Hill, L. Williams, S. Jackson, B. Kimball, K. Ross, S. Etenney. Front Row: D. Lawless, J. Heersche, R. Bradfield, Mr. Shoup, F. Heersche, J. Nelson, E. Stunkel, B. Butts, D. Lawless. FFA OFFICERS, Mr. Shoup, Ed Another big year for FFA ! Under the leadership of Mr. Shoup, FFA, - Future Farmers of America, had an exciting and very successful year. Among the major accomplishments, Rick Bradfield placed 1st in Dairy Judging at state and the Dairy Products Judging Team placed 2nd at state as well as 1st in local competition. During officer ' s training school, they received a gold rating in the FFA Ritual Contest. Mulvane received 5 out of 13 State Farmer awards which is an outstanding achievement. Among their many contests, our local chapter held a Pest Control Con- test in which Roy Speer was awarded 1st place. In a more entertaining mood, FFA members held a watermelon feed for the Dads, a potluck supper for the mothers and a hamburger fry for the male faculty. Then of course the Annual FFA Banquet was held for parents, members, and their elected sweetheart, Vicki Lawless. To finance all these activities, the members sold pecans and sponsored their 5th annual FFA Rodeo. All these accomplishments required hard work and organization from members, officers, and Mr. Shoup, sponsor. The dedication which has been inspired by Mr. Shoup and various members is evident in the awards received as well as all functions which were so successful. The FFA deserves a big congratulations for its achievements ! Good luck, Mr. Shoup! Left To Right: Brad Butts, Dan Lawless, Jim Heersche, Jerry Nelson, Rick Bradfield, Fred Heersche, Stunkel, Dave Lawless. .S ' _ I V CPORTCR iyCE-WiWaT,, ' T " r T ' • ? , . • ' Francis Shoup And The FFA Rodeo — Two Of MHS ' s Traditions! Since it was started five years ago by Mr. Shoup, the FFA Rodeo has been a huge success. In addition to being the only fund-raising project, the rodeo creates community interest and involve- ment. This is especially true of parents who have helped in numerous ways in past years. However, much of the Rodeo ' s success comes from hard work by Fred Heersche, president, Rick Brad- field, vice-pres.; and all other officers and members. Then Mr. and Mrs. Shoup are always there to guide and help. Pep Club Officers: Nancy Winter, Sponsor; Faith Thomp- son, President; Chris Avery, Treasurer; Debbie Howe, Stuco; Janet Turkle, Secretary. C5l — Mrs. Winter and Faith plan for the annual bonfire. Peppy School Spirit Spirit explains this organization ' s founda- tion, membership and purpose. Group mem- bers attended most football and basketball games to support the teams and to lead oth- er spectators in cheers. This, the last year of a Pep Club as we have known it, was success- ful under the sponsor- ship of Mrs. Winter, assisted by Mrs. Weller and Miss Davis. Karolee Weller Polly Davis Top Row: S. Neufield, B. Ramsey, K. Shook, R. Kruskop, P. Carr, K. Batesel, D. Burris, D. Batesel, A. Gerlach K Ashby, N. Friend, V. Burgner, D. Bongiorni, L. Copeland, C. Meyers, K. Triebel, B. Bozone, J. Turkle, D. Seeger, D. Daily, J. Tull, S. Evans. 3rd Row: D. Henson, S. Hamilton, J. Stevenson, R. Crawford, R. Milleson, M. Nix L Ren- ' eau, D. Reekie, C. Staska, J. Unger, P. Armstrong, V. Waller, P. McCurdy, E. Riney, M. Cranston, C. Hall G. Craig I. PhilUps, T. Schlick, R. Owens, J. Arnold. 2nd Row: K. Jones, J. Tefft, J. Smith, M. Farber, D. Menhusen, B. Giles, ' T. Purvines, M. Batesel, D. Sears, B. McGuire, C. Hagg, F. Thompson, T. Whetstone, C. Avery, D. Howe, K. Thomas, P. Howe, S. Powers. 1st Row: Miss Davis, Mrs. Weller, Mrs. Winter. KNEELING: R Ha M. Hightower D Struble, A. Carney, K. Turkle, K. Kraiis, C. Rico, K. Ward, C. Ott, C. Ward. ' ' ' . ' .t - , During a tense moment the cast of SENOR PIMPERNEL finds out the true iden- Shellie Milligan, as Delores, sings the tity of the Pimpernel. Balloon Song. N Play Cast: Bottom Row Left To Right: D. Swayne, N. Wallsmith, D. Beard, S. Fleming, T. Harvey, B. Persels, J. Freed, T. George. 2nd Row: T. Burns, R. Chambers, D. Stout, B. Trau- gott, V. Burgner, C. Howard, C. Brown, D. Howard, N. DeHa- ven. 3rd Row: M. Connett, K. Ashby, J. Oliphant, D. Sweet, J. Smith, J. Teft, R. Gray, M. Farber. 4th Row: Mr. Steele, M. Britton, J. Norland, M. Moses, P. Hill, L. Myers, G. Cobb, K. Jones. Debbie Howard, President. Left To Right: R. Gray, G, Mitchell, B. Traugott, D. Stout, T. Gehring, D. Wells, Mr, Steele, instructor. ,_ __ _ . - , ■ ••n ■ , ; ..-.•■ ■ ,•■ - - DeArm Stout, Debbie Howard, and Gary Mitchell on stage in " The Happy Journey " by Thornton Wilder. Speech students also have fun. Eating is an important part of a speech festival. T h e s P i a TffiSPIANS: Back Row: Mr. Steele, Sponsor, Nancy Dehaven, Gary Mitchel, Front Row: Teresa Gehring, Debbie Howard, Billie Traugott, President, Connie Howard, DeAnn Stout. Thespian Officers: Top To Bottom: Mr. Steele, Billie Traugott, Debbie Howard, Connie Howard, Nancy DeHaven. President Billie Traugott and Sponsor Kim Steele confer on plans Thespians is an international drama organization which anyone who is involved in a drama production is eligible to join provid- ed he has earned enough points. Every year the Thespians or- ganization in Mulvane High School sponsors a talent show which gives high school students a chance to show their talent. The sponsor of the Mulvane Thespians this year was Mr. Kim Steele, who is the drama teacher and the president was Billie Traugott. Deann Stout at the talent show Who? Who? Who? :iws5r- v,SiHi E. Mitchell and M. Clarkson Pat Hill and Janice Norland MUSIC Percussion: Top Row — S. Evans, 2nd Row — R. Couch, D. Trumpets: Top Row— J. Turkic, 5th Row— R. Chew, 4th Howard, 1st Row- -D. Moon, J. Tull. K. Kauffman, Bottom Row--T. Hill, 3rdRow C. Ward, P. Carr, V. Nelson, C. Row — J. Francisco, K. Brueggeman, M. Phillips, S. Den- ney. Rico, G. Madding, S. Shook, D. Lighty, 2nd Row- -E. Mc- Daniel, S. Steinbach, lstRow--C. Pulliam, K. Turkle, Bottom Row— K. Ross, D. Cotton. 130 All The Way To Colorado? With 130 active members, the Mulvane High School Band is the largest or- ganization of the school. Directed by Ted Powers, the band provided half- time entertainment at all home football games and performed three con- certs. After many money-raising projects, the members enjoyed a trip to Colorado Springs where they participated in Band Day at the Air Force Academy. Then on to Denver to visit the Natural History Museum so Mr. Powers could get some well deserved sleep on the soft ground outside ! Other activities included League Music Contest when the Band came home with a I-rating which was later reinforced by a 1- received at State . The exciting year was ended with the annual picnic and a chance to relax after much hard work. Ted Powers, Director ax: Top Row — C. Wyant, D. Carlson, J. Smith, Mr. Po- irers, J. Eighmey, D. Wells, 1st Row— T. Whetstone, D. leese, B. Giles, J. Oliphant, J. Long, Bottom Row- -B. Kimble, M. Carlson, M. Farber, V. Waller. Low Brass: Top Row — R. Alumbaugh, Sth Row — S. Stand- erfer, 4th Row— J. Heersche, S. Ball, L. Williams, F. Heersche, 3rd Row— G. VanZant, R. Erb, R. Bradfield, 2nd Row — R. Gammon, S. Powers, N Friend, M. Coffey, B. McGuire, D. Dubois, 1st Row — R. Speer, C. Hartman, Bottom Row — B. Giles, P. Hill, R. Bishop. • W Officers: Debbie Howe, Janet Turkic, Jim Heereche, Mr Powers, Nancy Friend, Janice Norland. Clarinets: Top Row--D. Beard, A. Gerlach, R. Pohlenz, C. O Ott, S. Gage, M. Connet, S. Neufeld, 5th Row— T. Sch- lick, T. Welbome, S. MilUgan, 4th Row--J. Daily, T. Smith, 3rd Row — S. Chase, J. Arnold, 2nd Row — J. Unger, P. Craig, 1st Row — L. Lawless, L. Crook, L. Phillips, Bottom Row — M. Hightower, M. Nix, P. McCurdy, D. Howe, E. Riney, G. Roberts, C. Johnson. Drum Majors: Rick Erb, Bobbi Giles. Flute: Top Row--K. Ward, 4th Row-- C. Howard, V. Stoll, 3rd Row— D. Seeger, J. Norland, M. Moses, 2nd Twirleis: Rhonda Gammon, ShelUe Milligan, Lyllian Phillips, Valerie Stoll, Row— E. Rock, K. Shook, R. Kruskop, Connie Howard, Debbie Lighty. B. Ramsey, D. Huss, 1st Row--V. Football Players: Top Row— D. Chase, J. Arroyo B. Lawless, P. Howe, A. Longnecker, D. Bergmann, B. White, 2nd Row— B. Wayman, C. Wyant, " ' " Ji - Daniels, B. Grieve, Bottom J. Giles, J. Rogere, 1st Row— C. Borthwick, P. Cald- Row-D. Kissinger, J. Eggleston, C. well, L. Gage, B. Baumgartner, Bottom Row— C. Scott, 5. ' ' ' ' " ' - ' = ' ' - V ' i- ' ' • J. Perkins, K. PhilUps, J. Nelson, M. Whetstone Traugott. %.sv Mixed Chorus — Back Row: G. Cobb, L. Myers, M. Clarkson, T, Burns, M. Vendrick, L. Cole, J. Ball, V. Burgner, J. Norland, M. Moses, T. Turner, D. Sears, J. Tefft, M. Kraus, S. Milligan, S. Fleming, B. Grieve, V. ' lawless W. ' wal- kings, 1st Row: E. Kight, G. Keffer, L. Winegar, M. Britton, R. Hukle, D. Sellere, G. Day, J. Reed, K. Patton, L. Ramsey, D. Stout, C. Howard, J. Unger, L. Gwinup, N. Wallsmith, S. West, B. Kelly, L. Lamb, Front Row: ]. ' coleman (Director), C. Adams, M. Head, D. Sweet, S. Head, D. High, T. Harvey, E. Henson, C. Flowere, B. McCormick V. Ray, J. Behms, C. Hunter, J. Davis, B. Cantrell, M. Lambky, B. Wilson. Singing Is Fun And Rewarding The Vocal Music groups under the direction of Mr. Jack Coleman, have spent many worthwhile hours in practice. As a result, the various groups- -Ivlixed Chorus, Girls ' Glee Club, Boys ' Glee Club, Mixed Ensemble — performed four successful concerts and provided music for the graudation ceremony. In addition, Mixed Ensemble, a select group, enter- tained at various local functions. All efforts were rewarded at League and State music contests. Mixed Chorus received a 11 rating, Girl ' s Glee earned a 1, Boy ' s Glee rated a II, and Mixed Ensemble was awarded a 1. Overall, it was an en- joyable as well as entertaining year. OFFICERS: Rex Hukle, Jack Coleman, Instructor, Marsha Kraus, Larry Choral Director Jack Coleman relaxes with ac- Winegar, Mark Vendrick, Jo Unger, Vicky Ray. companists Jo Unger and Janice Norland. Senior Girls Ensemble — Barb McGuire, Debbie Howard, Billie Traugott, Vicky Ray, Cathy Flowers, Nancy De- Haven. (I rating at State) Soph. -Jr. Girl ' s Ensemble -- Back Row: Jina Cockrell, Marsha Kraus, Guylene Day, Front Row: Jane Davis, Donna Comstock, Shari Powers, Joy Reed, NOT PIC- TURED: Janet Tefft, Connie Howard. (11+ rating at State) Boy ' s Glee Club — Back Row: Mark Vendrick, Luke Cole, Lane Myers, Gary Cobb, Marvin Connet, Craig Burrell, Tom Burns, Front Row: Joe Oliphant, Pat Hill, James Sharifi, RexHukle, Jim Eighmey, GregVanZant, Dewey Sweet, Janice Norland. Piano State Contest Participants — Mary Farber, Bobbi Giles, Laura Daniels, Janice Norland, Carrie Johnson, NOT PICTURED: Janet Tefft. Mixed Ensemble -- Back Row: Mark Head, Mark Vend- rick, Debbie Howard, Luke Cole, Vicky Ray, Tom Burns, Pat Hill, Front Row: Nancy Dehaven, Leigh Ramsey, Marsha Kraus, Barb McGuire, Connie Howard, Janice Norland. Girl ' s Glee Club -- Back Row: Kathy Ashby, Jina Cock- rell, Julie Howard, Sandy Smith, Jane Long, Janice Nor- land, Debbie Howard, Shari Powers, Front Row: Vicky Ray, Barbara Elliot, Dee Beard, Billie Traugott, DeAnn Stout, Guylene Day, Joy Reed. 71 ATHLETICS OFFENSE STARTERS: Back Row: D. Moon, B. Butts, R. Turner, R. Fry. Front Row: B. Sorensen, K. Kerns, L, Craig, T. Dulaney, G. Steadmen, B. Wayman, D. Fairchild, S. Elston. Varsity Football FCXiTBALL WILDCATS: Back Row: R. Senecaut, Assistant Coach; D. Francione, Assistant Coach; ]. Brown, Head Coach; M. Cole, Assistant Coach; L.Thomas, Assistant Coach. 5th Row: T. Jones, R. Reusser, T. Smith, C. Stegner, C. Scott, B. Bergman, C. Borthwick. 4th Row: M. Mayfield, Trainer; H.Craig, B. Carey, P. Croxson, C. Wyant, B. Baumgart- ner, B. White, J. Arroyo, P. Caldwell, J. Giles. 3rd Row: D. Moon, L. Craig, D. Fairchild, K. Hanson, D. High, B. Butts, M. Persels, D. Allred, S. Phillips. 2nd Row: D. Swayne, M. Whetstone, S. Jackson, M. Nichols, J. Rogers, L. Hicks, S. Elston, R.Fry, T. E ulaney, T. Powell, B. Wayman. Front Row: M. Pyeatt, Trainer; G. Steadman, R. Turner, D. Milligan, K. Kerns, J. Nelson, W. Phillips, B. Sorensen, J. Venskus, C. Starbird, K. Clark, Trainer. 4 md- im 9 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: L To R: Wildcat, T. Whetstone, Head, K. Kiausj K, Ward; A. Carney; C. Ward; M. High- tower. FOOTBALL COACHES: L To R: M. Cole, Head Coach J. Brown, D. Franchione, R. Senecaut, L. Thomas. 1975 Football Season — 1975 began with the small inexperienced Wildcats dropping their first three games. In keeping with Wildcat tradition, ihe cats came back to win four of the final six including a final second victory, over an Ark Valley school. Once again it was a successful season as the support of the many groups including student body, faculty, administration and fans made it another good year for the Wildcat football team. DEFENSE STARTERS: L To R: L. Hicks, T. Dulaney, W. PhilUps, T. Powell, D. Milligan, L. Gage, T. Smith, B. Brueggeman, B. Carey, K. Kerns, H. Craig, R. Fry. :km ? - Kelly Kerns RonTumer, All-League Warren Phillips Brad Sorensen Steve Jackson Robbie Fry, All-League Brad Butts, All-League Dean Milligan Mark Pyeatt, Trainer m; V M |[ . . SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS Standing: S. Jackson, C. Starbird, M. Nichols, W. Phillips, J. Venskus, K. Kems, M. Pyeatt — trainer. Kneeling; J. Nelson, D. Milligan, G. Steadman, B. Sorensen, R. Turner. Attendant Anne Carney, Crown Bearer Scott Nelson, Queen Kim Kraus, Flower Girl — Robyn Shank, Atten- dant Kathy Ward. 1976 Football Royalty Kim Kraus, Queen Standing: Kelly Kerns, Warren Phillips, Ron Turner. Sitting: Anne Carney, Queen Kim Kraus, Kathy Ward. Hl|Li. JB BOH K ' jB WIWBR m d ' ll B TEAM CHEERLEADERS: Top Row: Head, C. Rico, D.Stiuble. Bottom Row: C, Ott, K. Turkic, R. Haas. TRAINERS: Monte Mayfield, Kevin Clark. JUNIORS: Top Row: K. Clark, K. Henson, H. Craig, L. Hicks, T. Dulaney, D. FairchUd, S. Elston, J. Rogers, M. May- field. Front Row: D. Swayne, S. Phillips, B. Carey, R. Fry, L. Gage, D. Moon, L. Craig, M. Whetstone. SOPHOMORE TEAM: Back Row: B. White, C.Stegner, C.Scott, B. Brueggeman, J.Arroyo, B. Butts, C. Borthwick, P. Caldwell, R. Croxson, D. High, B. Baumgartner. Front Row: T. Jones, M. Persels, D. Allred, T. Powell, T. Smith, B. Wayman, C. Wyant, R. Reucser, J. Giles, Front Row: K. Clark, J. Freed, M. Steadman, M. Alumbaugh, M. Nichols, R. Turner, B. Sorensen, D. Moon, M. Pye- att. Back Row: Coadh Senecaut, L. Craig, R. Fry, B. Butts, D. Lawless, E. Stunkel, J. Crawford, K. Hughes, Thomas, Cole. Varsity BB — ' 76 The Mulvane High School Basketball team finished the year with a 7-13 record. This was marked improvement over the 1974-75 season. The Wildcats finished fifth in the Chisholm Trail League with a 2-4 record. Some of the highlights of the year included an opening 64-55 win over Winfield, a double overtime victory over Goddard, and a come fromt behind triumph over Chapparal. The team also suffered several heartbreaking defeats, including 64-62 to Cheney, 73-71 in overtime to Valley Center, and 61-60 to Himibolt. The Wildcats participated in the Sub -State Tournament at Augusta and met the Orioles in the first game. Augusta had defeated Mulvane easily the first two contests — but the Wild- cats played the Orioles tough before losing 53-47. Although the basketball season was not productive in the Win-Loss column — it was my pleasure to work with boys who gave 100% at all times. With this type of effort the 1976-77 should bring a continued improvement. Coach Larry Thomas Coaches M. Cole, L. Thomas, R. Senecaut. Trainers Mark Pyeatt, Kevin Clark Varsity Cheerleaders K. Kraus, K. Ward, A. Carney, M. Hightower, C.Ward Ill JR. VARSITY: Standing: K. Clark, M. Steadman, D. Moon, M. Simon, J. Arroyo, M. Whetstone, B. Butts, D. Lawless, L. Craig, L. Hicks, H. Craig, D. Walker, G. Martinez, C. Scott, M. Pyeatt. Kneeling: Coaches Senecaut, Thomas, Cole. Wildcat BB Scoreboard Mulvane 64 Winfield 55 Mulvane 62 Cheney 64 Mulvane 73 Goddard 74 Mulvane 37 Augusta 51 Mulvane 71 Valley Center 73 Mulvane 51 Circle 52 Mulvane 45 Goddard 52 Mulvane 72 Valley Center 64 Miilvane 56 Andale 64 Mulvane 52 Augusta 63 Mulvane 43 lola 62 Mulvane 60 Humbolt 61 Mulvane 70 Remington 56 Mulvane 66 Chaparral 49 Mulvane 64 Andover 58 Mulvane 57 Kingman 68 Mulvane 96 Oxford 42 Mulvane 57 Clearwater 72 Mulvane 61 Circle 78 Mulvane 47 Augusta 53 Sophomore Basketball Team Front Row A. Montgomery, T. Hill, C. Scott, J. Arroyo, J. Giles, D. High. Back Row Mr. Coach Senecaut, D. Walker, C. Stegner, C. Steinbach, S. Ball, K. Copeland, Coach Cole B CHEERLEADERS L To R: R. Haas, D. Struble, C. Rico, C. Ott, K. Turkle. Ik Mike Alumbaugh Mike Nichols Ron Turner Brad Sorensen Library aides: Standing Left To Right--T. George, R. Gray, B. Underwood, G. Cobb, L. May, P. Woody. Kneeling Left To Right— K. Schott, G. Schott, C. Hagg, V. Ray, M. McVay, ,T, Vest, and Mrs. Reiter, librarian. Helen PhiHips--The lady we couldn ' t get along vithout! Current Events Time ! 1 V GYMNASTIC TEAM: Standing: L. Phimps, M. Young, K. Ward, C. Hagg, P. Armstrong, C. Ward. Kneeling: D. Batesel, A. Gerlach, T. Williams, M. Hightower, P. Carr, C. Ott. Coach Joe Johnson Great Girl Gymnasts The girl ' s gymnastics team had a successful season compil- ing 3 first place finishes, 2 seconds, 1 third, and 1 fourth. The girls progressed nicely through the year and even though no one qualified for state, the team should be stronger with 9 girls returning. SENIORS: M. Young, K. Ward, C. Hagg. Nancy Winter, Ass ' t Coach JUNIORS: Left To Right: C. Ward, M. Hightower, P. Carr, A. Gerlach, P. Armstrong. SOPHOMORES: Left To Right: T. WilUams, C. Ott, L. Phillips, D. Batesel. 1 k m ▼ 32 ' ■ - M,Mm « 9m .-. .. JUNIORS: Back Row: M. Cranston, C. Brown, Coach Nancy Winter, D. Cotton, D. Lighty, V. Lawless. Front Row: C. Howard, D. Stout, L, Reneau, P. Armstrong . 1 23 s 1975 Class A State VB Champs! The girls ' volleyball team completed a very successful sea- son this year. All of their hard work, practice, and skill combined into a ver ' impressive game strategy. After win- ning at Regionals, the team went on to place first in State. We ' d like to express a special thanks to Kte. Winter, coach, and to congratulate all team members: T. Whetstone, C. Hagg, A. Carney, K. Ward, F. Thompson, D. Howard, S. Standerfer, D. Keely, L. Lane, K. Thomas, D. Cotton, J. Smith. SOPHOMORES: From Top To Bottom: D. Daily, K. Turkle C. Johnson, K. Dody, J. Howard, S. Chase, B. Ray, L. Phillips, J. Smith, Coach Winter, S, Gage, C. Rico. Kent Hughes Mitch Bales Cross Country — 1975 The 1975 edition of the Mulvane High Cross Country ' consisted of three seniors: Kent Hughes, Mitch Bales, Rick Erb and two sophomores: David Moon and Steve Ball. The team competed in eight meets, placing 3rd at Circle and 4th at league. Senior Kent Hughes also capped off the season wth a 10th place finish at regional thus qualif ' ing him for the State Meet. Sophomores Da id Moon and Steve Ball s " ill be returning lettermen andshoiild supply string leadership and potential for the ' 76 harriers. 7n dt Tyiy X- - l Marvin Jelinek Cross Country Coach CROSS COUNTRY, 1975: Left To Right: David Moon, Rick Erb, Kent Hughes, Mitch Bales, Steve Ball. Kathy Ward To The Class 3A Volleyball Champions! The 1975 volleyball team is the second team in QUI school history to become a state cham- pion. It is the goal of every coach and ath- lete to be number one at the end of the sea- son. It is a dream few realize. The ingredients of a championship team are hard to define. Words such as skill, desire, and intelligence must be included. The one most important item may be team wo rk, the ability of everyone to work for the over- all good of the team. Champions, liis is a work which defines this group of young people very well. Congratuations on a job well done! Nancy Winter, Coa Deanna Keely Sheri Standerfer SENIOR TRACK GIRLS Top Row: K. Thomas, K. Ward. Middle Row: D. Keely, Mrs. Winter, F. Thompson, S. Standefer. Bottom Row: D. Carlson, A. Carney. JUNIOR GIRLS TRACK: Top Row: M. Cranston, B. Grieve, D. Cotton, P. Armstrong. Bottomi Row: S. Townsley, C. Ward, R. Gammon, D. Huss. SOPHOMORE TRACK GIRLS: Top Row: S. Sherfield, K. Turkle. Bottom Row: J. Howard, K. Dody, B. Ray, J. Smith. (M- JUNIOR BOYS TR-ACK Top Row: L. Hicks, R. Fty, D. Moon. Bottom Row: S. Elston, B. Carey, D. Fairchild F. Heersche, Mr. Jelenik, Mr. Franchione. Bottom Row: B. Hock, K. Kerns, J. Nelson, J. Venskus. Track SOPHOMORE BOYS TFl. CK: Top Row: C. Scott, S. Ball, L. Myers, E. Right, P. Caldwell, J. Arroyo, T. Powell, M. Patch. Bottom Row: B. Baumgartner, B. Wayman, D. Moon, B. White, E. McDaniels, J. Giles. -7r- -T ' l J. Norland, N. DeHaven, M. Vend- rick Honor Musicians Kent Hughes Citizenship Award Melinda Nix Citizenship Award Kathy Ward, American Legion Award Kelly Kerns American Legion Award Marshall Bales Danforth Award Top Row: M. Dulaney, R. Da ds, M. Bales, K. Hughes, G. Mitchell, J. Freed, K. McQuigg, D. Alilligan, J. Howell, C, McCormick. Sixth Row: C. James, G. Dochow, T. Meek, R. Crowley, D. Coffey, T. Armstrong, E, Bowman, M. Alumbaugh, K. Kerns, B. Kruskop, G. Keffer. Fifth Row: T. Harvey, P. Craig, R. Bradfield, J. Crawford, L. Cole, F. Heersche, B. Hock, G. Frikken, R. Erb, M. Bales, M. Burton, S. Jackson, Fourth Row: D. Hunsaker, D. Carlson, L. Crook, D. McKerracher, K. Kraus, C. Hagg, A. Carney, C. Avery, D. Howe, D. Bongiorni, L. Copeland, T. Gehring, Third Row: R. Chambers, D. Menhusen, J. Brueggeman, L. Captain, C. Jones, C. Harrington, J. Johnson, S. Jones, C. Howard, J. Fleming, M. Galvan. Second Row: B. Bozone, N. De- Haven, D. Howard, D. Keely, L. Lane, R. Glermie, B. Giles, B. McGuire, N. Friend, L. Lamm. Bottom Row: V. Burgner, M, McVay, M, McPherson, C. McCaskey, B. Bobbitt, L. Lawless, S. Elder. Top Row: E. Tallent, C. Worthy, D. Rosendale, R. Williams, R. Sloan, T. Spicer, M. Vendrick, M. Schaich. Fifth Row: B. Sorensen, W. Phillips, G. Steadman, D. Coffey, C. Starbird, R. Speer, D. Wohlford, J. Venskus, R. West. Fourth Row: K. Smith, R. Turner, M. Nichols, M. Pyeatt, D. Young, B. Underwood, D. Stafford, J. Nelson, E. Stunkel, D. Wells. Third Row: T. Purvines, N. Wallsmith, D. Sears, C. Wyant, M. Nix, D. Seeger, K. Thomas. Second Row: C. Patch, J. Norland, D. Van Sickel, B. Persels, B. Traugott, V. Ray, G. Schott, T. Vest, K. Triebel, J. Turkle. Bottom Row: M. Young, F. Thompson, K. Ward, S. Standerfer, R. Oxley, D. Rathbun, C. Staska, T. Whetstone, D. Schippers, C. Wilson. Honor Student Janet Turkle Honor Student Bobbi Giles Honor Student Lisa Crook Salutatorian Kathy Ward Valedictorian Janice Norland I 7 „, 1 3 - : P R. Bradfield, 1976 F. Heersche, 1976 J. Nelson, 1976 R. Speer, 1976 MHS State Farmers E. Stimkel, 1976 S. Butts, 1972 D. Kerley, 1973 K. Elder, 1974 K. Ott, 1973 R. Farber, 1971 J. Shoemaker, 1973 D. Heersche, 1975 W. Speer, 1972 Pom Poms: Paula Carr, Leigh Lane, Virginia Waller, Terri Whetsone, Marci Cranston, Melinda Nix, Mrs. Winter, sponsor, Diane Seeger, Gerry Craig, Unette Reneau, Carol Hagg, Rhonda Couch, Peggy Armstrong ROSALIE ELSTON HELEN PHILLIPS DON WELLS. PRES. COMPLIMENTS OF BOOSTER CLUB DON PERSELS LAPETITE SALON Exclusive But Not Expensive Open Monday Thru Saturday Evening Appointments Women Men Hairstyling 777-1901 409 Franklin — Mulvane RedKen Dean Hamilton — Owner DAIREE FREEZE 3009 S. Hillside " A Good Place To Meet . . . ... A Better Place To Eat. 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DOUGLAS WICHITA, KANSAS (Our Only Location) DON ALLRED GENERAL MANAGER CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF 1976 from MOON MECHANICS INC. 1301 S. Dodge 264-6161 P ■ V|| B ■ Hft . 1 jk H H WW It ia 1 ■ 1 nHjfj m H mfl MULVANE COOPERATIVE UNION Mulvane Phone 777-1122 MAGIC MIRROR BEAUTY SALON Open: Monday thru Saturday Four stylists to serve you. 10 E. Main Mulvane 777-1114 AMYDEL DUANE BURNS Flowers for all occasions [Rowan ' s Local and out of town orders ., -. handled ' promptly. flowei G- Lfilt koj 109 W. Main Phone Mulvane, Ks. 777-1091 Call For Free Estimates R M CABINET AND REMODELING CLARENCE ROWE GORDON MENHUSEN Mulvane, Kansas Mulvane, Kansas Phone 777-1300 Phone 777-9432 MARQUISE STUDIOS 65 Years Experience So Very Dependable Enid, Oklahoma DERBY BOWL 444 S. Baltimore Derby, Kansas Special Attention Given to School And Church Parties League Bowling Home of Round Meals and Flat Snacks, 208 S. Baltimore 788-2011 Derby, Kansas PIZZA JOHN S PAPENHAUS OIL CO. 211 S. First 777-1071 Congratulations to the 1976 Seniors from LESLIE H. COBB, M.D. 102 E. Main 777-1441 PETTIT BULLINGER, ARCHITECTS E. Eugene Bullinger, A. LA. Heil C. Pettit, A. LA. 117 S. Hydraulic Ave. Wichita, Kansas 67211 DR. SAM W. PORTER DR. GARY H. CONOVER 777-1362 1 14 W. Main BALFOUR JEWELRY ' S FINEST CRAFTSMEN Box 432 Salina, Kansas 67401 Bill R Barr (913) 827-7013 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Seniors of 1976 from DR. AMD MRS. DALE CARR EVELYN ' S BEAUTY SHOP 404 Martha Mulvane 777-1522 SENTER MULVANE MORTUARY Phone 777-1632 Norma R. Senter John R. Senter Mulvane, Kansas AIR CAPITOL SPORTING GOODS INC. The Coaches Choice — Your Choice, Too! Phone 263-8401 Arly Messner 943-1427 1424 E. 25th North Wichita, Kansas Maytag • Zenith • Frigidaire • Corning • Conoco • Lee w. Iiiilni DERBY HOME AUTO ., , B.F. Goodnch • Kelvinator • KitchenAid • Firestone « ' " " ' I30 EAST MADISON- DERBY- PH. 7B8-153B L lAleVs ±4 M A mw 216 E. MADISON Dairy " .Queen CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS FROM DAIRY QUEEN DERBY, KANSAS •Derby 204 S. Baltimore GARNETT AUTO SUPPLY NO. 4 619 N Baltimore Garnett Auto -1 A r IT M ANDM HARDWARE 115 West Main Mulvane 777-191 FIX BARBERSHOP (Fix Theater Building) JimSharpe 777-4121 HAMON ' S Complete Line of Mens, Womens, Childrens Ready to Wear Merle Finfrock 116 W. Main 154 777-1371 BERNADINE ' S BEAUTY SHOF Mulvane, Kansas Bernadine Richardson and Judy Wayman JAKE ' S BARBER SHOF Les and Jake Moyers Haircutting and Styling 213 B. W. Main 777-4901 " . :; - ANGELO ' S ITALIAN FOODS SPECIALIZING IN: PIZZA. SPAGHETTI. LASAGNA, etc. I 3016 E. Ham WESTERN AUTO Your home owned Family Store Merle and Mary Cannon low. Main 777-1591 Mulvane LARSON AUTO SERVICE Travco Motor Homes Uteliner Motor Homes Security Fifth Wheel and Travel Trailers Forester Fifth Wheel HIGHLANDER LAUNDRY Mulvane and Third Street Self-Service Laundry Dry Cleaning Mr. Mrs. A. G. Dorsey 777-9957 INGALLS ELECTRIC Appliances and T.V. ' s 777-1571 104 West Main Mulvane, Kansas « Disrmci no. i f riiir nfiirr |g% Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Graduates Of 1976 DR. L A. ROBINSON THE COLOR PORT 507 N. Second 777-1271 To Class of 1976 Our Hearty Congratulations and Sincere Best Wishes From Ted and Doris Norden NORDEN PLUMBING DICK ' S PLUMBING 111 W. Collier 777-1221 Good Luck, Seniors! Mulvane GARNETT ' S AUTO SUPPLY NO. 4 619 N. Baltimore 788-1553 or 788-0212 GARNETT AUTO J attet, aitots Congratulation ' s Seniors! JIM HIGH Plbg., Htg. Air Conditioning 777-4288 607 S. CENTRAL ROBERT ' S RECREATION Robert Pulliam (Poll — Snooker — Dominoes) 108 N. 2nd Phone 777-9978 VON BON FIGURETTES Ron and Sylvia Von Bon Mulvane, Ks. 777-4965 AAA WELDING AND MANUFACTURING Box 226 Mulvane, Kansas 777-4672 Carl Hendricks CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS! from FORTNER BROTHERS LP. GAS INC. .R. 1 Mulvane 777-1451 0- 9 y 1 • t ! m ' ¥kh J ! J m ' iii ; STANDARD OIL COMPANY As You Farm, Ask Us Bob Jackson 777-1615 CONGRATULATIONS FROM B and E Craft Shop C and W Auto Supply Cullison Shoe Repair Greiner and Sons Nursery Humbolt Plumbing Jarvis Auto Supply Mclntyre MFA Mulvane Giant Wash Safeway, Derby Travis Drywall HAVEABiEHf HO m HOI OH OP I .COHOL cluStS MORf SUf! sse L r I ' l p 8 g z:: !: I .T ; 1 m jH ■ W r — - , ' r ti gjt r ai MP fc ! 1 ' -»M V- f y % 1 k(; ' • Compliments of the JACK WARD FAMILY fJt 4l FRANCIS SHOUP RETIRES THIS YEAR Francis Shoup, a graduate of Mulvane High School and KSTC, retired this year after 22 years of service in the Mulvane School District as a vocational agricultiore teacher in both the Senior and Junior High Schools. Dioring this time the FFA, Future Farmers of America, has steadily grown stronger until this year there were five State Farmers, a record number. Francis and his wife, the former Marceille Butts, plans to farm, tra- vel and enjoy a well-earned rest. I III % WORLD EVENTS 11 20 75 NEW YORK CITY ' S FISCAL CRISIS — New York City Mayor Abra- ham Beame, left, and New York Governor Hugh Carey are shown after returning from Washington where President Ford said he would not give federal aid to New York City until he sees what the state can do for itself. 11 2 75 LEBANON — Leftist Moslem fighters fire their heavy machine-gun at rightist Christian Phalange militiamen during heavy street fighting in Beirut, Lebanon. 11 4 75 FORD ANNOUNCES POST CHANGES — Ford announced an over- haul of his Pentagon, Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency leadership. 4 15 75 TAIPEI — At Sun Yat Sen Me- morial Hall in Taipei, U.S. Vice President Nelson Rockefeller bows in front of cas- ket of late President Chiang Kai Shek. 8 27 75 HAILE SELASSIE — Haile S lassie, deposed as Emperor of Ethiopia I 1974 died at 83. He is shown (above with President Johnson and (below) wit Prime Minister Winston Churchill. 10 16 75 REDS WIN SERIES — Cincil nati ' s Johnny Bench raises his hands 1 greet Tony Perez after the Cuban hit h second homerun of the game durin World Series action. Cincinnati clincha Series October 22. 1 12 75 MILLER WINS OPEN — Defend ing Champion Johnny Miller urges in fin putt for 14 stroke victory in the Phoen Open. But Jack Nicholas was still the to money winner in 1975. 5 3 75 WINS lOlst DERBY — Foolls Pleasure (4) with Jacinto Vasquez u| crosses finish line to win 101st Kentuck Derby at Churchill Downs. Avatar ( " , finished second. 4 30 75 SAIGON — Photo shows the la: Viet evacuees to leave by boat from Sa gon waterfront as PRG troops close in 10 23 75 HEADED FOR DESER MARCH — A crowd of Moroccan civi ians in Marrakech moves toward truck that will take them to the border, peaceful march into the Spanish Sahar by 350,000 unarmed Moroccans i planned. 3 28 75 SAUDIS VIEW FAISAL ' GRAVE — Only a low mound of sand an a few rocks mark the final resting place c the man who was the richest ruler in th world. Faisal was assassinated March 2 by a nephew. 5 13 75 CENTER OF ACTION — Ric MacLish (19) of Philadelphia Flyers i surrounded after he scored during th Stanley Cup playoffs with the New Yor Islanders. Philadelphia went on to cap ture the prized Stanley Cup by beatin the Boston Bruins for the NHL Charr plonship. ”
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