Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)

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■ ' «, I " i-,r ' ' ' n ■ K ' .khn ■ ' • ., i ■ ' I " ■;. ' ! I , . ' l ; ■;;■ I PRIDE OF 77 . ' . i; ' i-i;. I : MULVANE HS MEDIA CENTER 1900 N RockRd. Mulvane. Kansas 67110 f imiE SENm H!G,4 SCHOOt Rebecca Bloomgren, Advertising Editor; Kathy Sommerhauser, Pro- duction Editor The 1977 Wildcat Mulvane High School Pat Hill, Photography Editor U.S.D. 263 Board Of Educations To the students of MHS: The members of the Board of Education would like to express their thanks to the students of M.H. S. for your help in making this past school year a success. We feel that Mulvane High School is one of the finest in the state. After your education is complete, we hope that as a former student you will remember your years here with a feeling of pride. With best wishes for your future. George C. Daniels »« ' (- £Liu£ i - ? ' =:i .; ' - ■ ' •AS JtC ■i- ' -l Ron Crawford ' H President George Daniels Rod Pittman Eugene Farber Ed Hardison Garland Bell x S .-jT- » ■■-i - V 1 ! 1 ADMINISTRATION STUDENTS OF MULVANE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL YOU ! ! ! ! ! -- THANK I would like to express to you my appreciation for the outstanding start at Mulvane Senior High School for this 1976-77 school year. I would also like to convey my thanks to you in various areas, including but certainly not limited to, the following — Thank you to a senior class for the fine leadership which it has provided this year; Thank you to the athletes who have represented our school so well during both victory and defeat; Thank you to a stu- dent body which has provided fine support and following of the athletic teams dtiring both the victories and defeats; Thank you to a student body which has continued the fine tradition of the ptu ' suit of academic excellence at Mulvane Senior High School; Thank you to a student body which has refused to follow the national trend of increasing violence and vandalism in the schools; Thank you to a student body for creating and maintaining a school en- vironment which is desirable to parents moving into oui com- mimity; Thank you to a student body for realizing and accepting the fact that there are right and wrong ways to accomplish changes and for choosing the former. In conclusion, thank you students for making me proud to be associated with a group of young peo- ple like you — you are the finest! ! ! sj Dean Parks Superintendent DEAN PARKS Superintendent •■ " Superintendent V For Seven Successful ' ' Years ROSALIE ELSTON Board Clerk PmULIS McGUIRE Board Treasurer ■•.;Xl ' V l r. . ' " ■ !;:■.•;■ f ' . ' l - " V -v ■ -V f LJL n FRXD HUGHES Principal H iif - 2 EACH DAY IS A NEW OPPORTUMTY;: .::v ' ; .:, ' :.■ .;; -, Having served most of you as your junior high school principal is one of the reasons I accepted the position as high school principal. Knowing most of you well makes working with you much easier. Every school has problems of one kind or another; however, Mulvane High School has had few and no serious ones to date. This is a direct tribute to the student body and faculty. This school year has been very rewarding to me. I look forward to coming to school each day. You are tlie kind of people that one enjoys being around and working with. Hopefully, the school year has given you a solid foimdation and some fond memories. f.- •:■ A. - ' r: ' Each day is a new day, each year a new year; make the best of all of them . " You " are what school is aU f ' ' about. Take advantage of every minute you are in V- ; attendance. F.W. Hughes, Principal MULVANE HIGH SCHOOL •.1 JERRY NELSON Vice Principal Mr. Hughes chats with Senior Martin Sklenar BETTE CRANSTON RL ' -.;islrir SUE BAUMGARTNER Bookkeeper EDITORS: Kathy Sommerhauser, Pat Hill, Rebecca Bloomgren. Pat Hill, Harry Craig, and Mr. Johnson examine negatives. LAYOUT: Marlene Carlson, Kathy Ashby and Carol Hall. ADVERTISING STAFF: Ellen Riney, Pat Woody, Duane Du- bois, Donna Huss and Rebecca Bloomgren. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Mr. Johnson, Sponsor; Harry Craig TYPISTS: Mindy Hightower, Mary Batesel and Rhonda Virginia Waller; Pat Hill and Craig Burrell. Couch. ANNUAL SALES: Beverly Ram- sey, Susan Fleming, Dee Beard, CLASS PICTURES: Robin Kruskop and Stacy Neufeld. TYPISTS: Donna Comstock Robin Kruskop. m sammmmm I • .11 FACULTY John Fry Shirley Houser ■Jack Coleman Paul Elder Bill FairchUd Robert Glaser Bob Ivins Ray Harding Ada Jaax Joe Johnson Robert Schreiner Charles Williams , ' -«» ■■ " txi Marcie Standerfer Dietitian Doris Earl Head Cook Betty Sklenar Cook Judy Simon Cook Floyd Reusser Custodian Glen Webb Custodian Larry Daily Ciistodian Lyle Dermey Bus Supervisor IN APPRECIATION FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICES Sinere thanks go to the custodians and bus drivers who have given their time and service to provide the smooth maintenance and operation of Mulvane High School. We are grateful to the cooks for cheerful and prompt service throughout the year. Since the bas- ketball teams have started 6:00 a.m. practices, the cooks have taken the added responsibility ' of providing them early morning breakfasts. Thanks from the MHS students . Milkmaids : Cindy Strait and Janet Mahlandt » v- »■ c i: SENIORS b w. V i i Mark Britton Candy Brown Craig Burrell Terri Browi Keith Brueggeman Brenda Cantrell Gary Cobb John Costello a CockrelJ Debbie Cotton f» ' T- I Joe Danler James Downs Mike Davis Duane Dubois John Deschner " ■Joe Edwards David Dickey Jeanne Eggleston James Francisco Lee Gage Bobbi Frecka Rhonda Gammon Mary l ' mi Garret Robbie Fr ' Tabby George Eva Henson Gehren Higgs Karl Henson Glenda Hightower Leon Hicks Mindy Hightower i ■ l m Vicki Lawless JcJin Longnecker Gary Martinez Mbiite Mayfield - " ' ' elly McDowell Tammie Middendorf Kerry McQtugg Shellie Milligan Sberr ' McQuigg Debra. Molmey Mike Nighsivonger Janet Pittman Debbie Parker Greg Plummer Kathy Patten Beverly Ramsey Shane Phillips Leigh Ramsey Sandra Rogers artin Sklenar Jaina Sherfield ■ ' : ' l». |l7 .-A Vft : ' Cf -Sarah Scott Werbin Mark Whetstone Les Williams Larry Winegar SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: BACK ROW: M. Might ow- er; M. Batesel;R. Bloomgren; G. Craig. 2ND ROW: Mr. Pock, Sponsor;]. Rogers; L. Hicks; G. Martinez; Mrs. Jaax, Sponsor; D. Lawless. KNEELING: D. Moon; L. Craig. mu- -K OX ' r •J JUNIORS Chuck Adams Rick Aimes Darrell Allied Jamie Arnold Jeff Arroyo Jennifer Ball Steve Ball Debbie Batesel Kathy Batesel Bill Baumgartner Jeannette Behrns Russell Bennett Brad Bergmann Debra Bonner Rhonda Booth Cory Borthwick Mark Boutz Bryant Bower Bonita Brister Donnelle Burris Ken Butcher Marilyn Clasen Mike Clasen Jeff Cockrell Marvin Connet Randall Cook Kendell Coon Ken Copeland Joe Cornett Floyd Coverdill Ronda Crawford Duane Mitchell Allen Montgomery David Moon Lane Myers Roger Neece James Nix Jane Davis Regina Davis Guylene Day Scott Denney Diane Dodd Kathy Dody Bobby Downs Barbara Elliott Randy Elliott Sharon Evans Mary Farber Brad Fast Becky Flagler Brenda Francisco 25 Sherri Gage Craig Gehring Jeff Giles LeeArm Gwinup Re nee Haas Shelly Hamilton Richard Hartley Kurt Hartman Bill Baumgartner Jeannette Behrns Russell Bennett Brad Bergmann Debra Bonner Rhonda Booth Steve Head Debbie Henson David High Tim Hill Becky Holden Julie Howard Peggy Howe Robert Huckstep Corey Jantzen Cari Johnson Karen Jones Tom Jones Kelly Kauffman Ellis Kight Bobby Kimble Marsha Kraus Lisa Landen Dave Lawless Jane Long Ann Longnecker Greg Madding Janet Mahlandt Kevin Massey Marty Maxwell Lisa May Beth McCormick Ed McDaniel Kevin McKinney Dana McMillin Nancy MiUeson Duane Mitchell Allen Montgomety David Moon Lane Myers Roger Neece James Nix Steve O ' Dell Joe Oliphant Kim Osborn Carla Ott Robin Ovvens Mike Patch James Peak Jim Perkins Mark Persels Kenny Phillips 27 Lillian Phillips Mark Phillips Steve Phillips Raelene Pohlenz Tony Poteete Shari Posvers Carol Pulliam Bill Rader Sandy Rambo Nancy Ratliff Bonnie Ray Joy Reed Kathy Reed Don Reese Randy Reusser Kevin Rickards Chris Rico Mark Roberts Kevin Ross Leo Schippers Terri Schlick Mark Schmidt Dana Schmitt Dea Schnittker Kevin Schott Chad Scott Donna Sellers Sheri Sherfield Scott Shook Jackie Smith = • ' i r-j-r-i. J ' ' - ' Monica Smith . ' i Sandra Smith Terry Smith Veda Smith 1 ' Frances Spicer Casey Stegner Steve Steinbach Judy Stevenson Debbie Struble Shane Stidl Dewey Sweet Dave Talbott Janet Tefft Craig Terhune Jeannine Tull Kathy Turkie Mike Ttimer Tammy Turner Dale Walker Mike Ward Bret Wayman Kim Waymire Susaima West Bruce White Leon Williams Rahl WiUiams Robin Williams Tracy Williams Becky Wilson ; ; Craig Wyant ■ f%d igS i 29 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS and SPONSORS: STAND- ING: Mrs. Thomason, Mr. Harding, Mr. Canfield, Mr. Schreiner. KNEELING: E. McDaniel, P. Cald- well, D. Moon. SITTING:]. Tull, J. Smith, J. Arnold, D. Daily, S. Gage, P. Howe, C. Rico. Class Of 1978 «■ = i ' f ■ .■■•jrf—i atf A «iM ¥r SOPHOMORES s e n i o r s ' 79 Mary Alumbaugh Jerry Armstrong Vicki Ash Rhonda Ashbum Keith Askins Tim Askren Ron Bachman Vicky Baker Duane Banzet Connie Baughn Debbie Bell Kendall Borthwick Brenda Bozone Terry Branine Adam Bridges George Bro vn Jeff Brown Cheryl Camp David Campbell Martin Cane Kevin Cardwell Brent Carey Darlene Champagne Gary Chew 32 " W Tonya Clark Donita Cole Melody Collins Cheryl Couch Shirley Craig Randy Crook j Patty Crowe Mary Daily Dennis Danler Beth Darbro Sandy Davis Tina Davis Jolene Day Les Deschner Tom DeHaven Norman Dicus Robin Driskell -GrO ' . Ron Dwyer Randy Eggleston Rick Eggleston Monna Ehrlich - fC ' - ' Kim Elston Angle Erb Lowell Ester Jim FairchUd Tom Pagan Derrick Finn j- Johnathon Flowers " , Norman Frecka ' ti Mike Prikken Keith Fry Russell Gage Mike Galliher Courtney Gammon Jeff Grier Carla Gwinup 33 Brenda Hardison Cheryl Harrington Sarah Hartley Billy Headgepath Mark Heatley Scott Hendersor Liz Hendricks Donna Hicks J Rick High Clay Hillwig Mark Holden Deborah Honeycutt Jerry Howard Peter Howell Johnathon Hunter Kim Hurd Ed Huss Steve Inkelaar Dodie Jackson Larry Jarrett Scott Jones Teresa Jones Karl Kerchner Vicki Kill Sandy Klaus Mike Kraft Debbie Lander Jim Lanzrath Rod Larcade Charla Mahlandt Sheena Martinez Kristi Mc Curdy Kim McPherson Cindy Melick Chris Middendorf Learnie Middletan Dana Mohney Carolyn Moore Kathy Murphy Sherry Myers Brad Nickelson Mary Nix Ethel Nungesser James Oliphant Kyle Parks Jeff Patch Sharon Patten Angela Patton Harold Perkins Darwin Pfingsten Y James Plummer Kevin Pope Cristi Pounds Teddy Powers Lon Pribble Doug Pudden Susan Pyeatt Connie Ray Cristi Ray Gene Reams 35 Greg Reed Kimberly Robbins Lori Roberson Julie Rogers Sallie Salander Tim Selleck Jean Smith Larry Smith R.C. Smith Teresa Smith Grant Sorensen Dyneta Sosa George Staska Gerald Stegner Anita Stout Staryll Stradford Cindy Strait Connie Sumpter Kathryn Swayne Gay Talbott Betty Terry Robert Terry Kim VanZant John Venskus Susan Warren David Watson Troy Waymau Mark West Mike Whetstone Cheryl Williams CoUeena Williams Shelly Williams 36 Glenda Wade Tracy Willit L ori W orthy Becky Wray Kevin Wyant DeAnna Chandler rx SOPHOMORE CLASS OFH- CERS: BACK ROW: K. Borth- wick, E. Huss, K. Qston, C. Pounds, C. Ray. FRONT ROW : L. Pribble, D. Pfingston, S. Martinez, S. Davis, J. Howard. t ' ■?4tr? Mr. Fry, Head Sponsor Sheena Martinez Class President U j — fflB C " aH I an (» I ■ ACTIVITIES 1 i l_dSl_ OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: L. TO R. : K. Sommerhauser, L. Craig, Mrs. Jaax, D. Stout, K. Ashby, M. Batesel, Mr. Glaser, M. Whetstone. Kathy Ashby, President N.H.S. Scholars And Leaders The National Honor Society was organized to create an enthusiasm for scholar- ship, to encourage helpfulness and service, and to recognize leadership and character. A student must have an overall B+ average or better. This year the group was honored to have the Reverend Rennie Berry as a speaker for the in- stallation service. The officers were in charge of the tea honoring the mem- bers and their parents after the installation service. Rev. Rennie Berry NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: BACK ROW: T. Hill, L. Craig, S. Steinbach, K. Dody, Mr. Glaser, H. Craig, G. Madding, L. Myers, J. Arroyo, P. Caldwell, M. Connet, R. Bishop, S. Elston, E. McDaniel. THIRD ROW: K. Ashby, K. Patten, C. Ward, J. Tull, B. Ramsey, N. Ratliff, K. Taylor, K. Shook, B. Bergmann, A. Mont- gomery, C. Hendricks, P. Carr, R. Chew, R. Gammon, J. Howard, M. Clarkson, S. Chase. KNEELING: M. Farber, J. Smith, J. Tefft, J. Arnold, P. Howe, J. Daily, A. Gerlach, S. Shook, D. Huss, M. Hightower, L. Hicks, V. Waller, M. Batesel, G. Craig, K. Turkle, L. Phillips. FRONT ROW: T. Harvey, R. Bloomgren, T. Hardison, E. Rock, D. Kissinger, K. Sommerhauser, S. Townsley, S. Neufeld, C. Himter, D. Stout, S. Powers, S. Gage, K. Jones, C. Johnson. c The 1976-77 officers: Rebecca Bloomgren, Pres- ident; Kathy Sommerhauser, Vice-President; Rhonda Couch, Secretary; Pat Hill, Treasurer; Arm Gerlach, Gate Manager; Janice Daily, Stu- dent Coxmcil Representative. Quill Type Serves The School Quill Type Is a service organization which sup- ports the school in many aspects. Two of its major functions are supplying posters for school spirit and taking tickets at athletic events. The beautiful Christmas tree in the high school lobby was furnished and decorated by the club. President Rebecca Bloomgren with Sponsor Mr. Adkins. QUIIX TYPE MEMBERS: Seniors; R. Bloomgren, P. Carr, R. Couch, G. Craig, M. Cranston, J. Daily, R. Gammon, A. Gerlach, J. Heersche, M. Hightower, P. Hill, D. Huss, V. Lawless, B. Ramsey, E. Rock, K. Shook, K. Sommerhauser, V. Waller, C. Ward. Juniors; J. Arnold, M. Clasen, K. Cope- land, R. Crawford, D. Daily, L. Daniels, R. Davis, K. Dody, S. Gage, R. Haas, P. Howe, K. Jones, M. Kraus, L. May, E. McDaniels, A. Montgomery, L. Myers, C. Ott, S. Shook, J. Tull, K. Turkic. Sponsors; Mr. Adkins and Mr. Fairchild. 45 Student Council Executives: CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Donna Huss, Patti McCurdy, Steve Steinbach, Kathy Turkle. Stuco Has A Busy Year Stuco enjoyed a highly successful and productive year under the effective leadership of President Donna Huss; Vice-Pres- ident, Patty McCurdy; Secretary, Kathy Turkic; Treasurer, Steve Steinbach; and sponsors, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Johnson, and Mrs. Zager. Several dances were enjoyed, including two Homecoming dances, a Christmas dance and a Sadie Hawkins dance, plus a free dance on the track. New benches were added to the courtyard. The two new, outdoor basketball goals have been really popular with students. In conjunction with the Booster Club, an " Almost Anything Goes " contest raised money for a b asketball scoreboard and in addition, provided an evening of fun and games. Stuco has hopes that by next year addi- tional parking will be available. The Stuco members, offi- cers and sponsors are to be congratulated on their achieve- ments for the 1976-77 school year. Student Council: TOP ROW: M. Clasen, J. Howard, L. Pribble, D. Daily, C. Rico, S. Sherfield, D. Cole, C. Ray. 3RD ROW: A. Gerlach, E. McDaniels, D. Pfingston, C. Pounds, S. Davis, S. Martinez, J. Arnold, P. Howe, M. Farber, J. Smith. 2ND ROW: P. Caldwell, M. Batesel, L. Hicks, M. Hightower, L. Craig, G. Craig, D. Law- less, J. Daily, D. Stout, D. Beard. 1ST ROW: Mr. Nelson, S. Steinbach, D. Huss, K. Turkle, P. McCurdy, Mrs. Zager. Our Democratic Sponsors: L TO R: Mr. Johnson, Mrs. Zager, Mr. Nelson. Refreshment time at a Stuco Dance President Muss presides at Stiico elections Stuco Dances Are Welcome Diversions For Weary Students Scott Shook Kathy Turkle Steve Ball PROFICIENCY AWARDS: R. Neece, D. Banzet, J. Heersche, R. Bachman, E. Kerley, D. Lawless, R. Eggleston. UVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM: G. Brown, D. Lawless, E. Kerley, C. Mahlandt. DAIRY JUDGING TEAM: J. Heersche, D. Lawless, L. Williams. DAIRY PRODUCTS TEAM: C. Strait, S. Craig, J. Smith, T. Davis. HMLVANE FFA EXECUTIVE OFFICERS; Standing: Darrell Allred and Mike Clasen. Sitting: Mr. Elder, Brad Butts, Dave Law- less, Dan Lawless, Jim Heersche, Craig Wyant, Terry Smith. Future Farmers Of America FFA has had a successful and busy year under the guidance of Mr. Elder, sponsor, and President Dan Lawless. Among the events sponsored by the club were a tractor pull in con- junction with the lions Club, a High School Rodeo, and a watermelon feed. Dan Lawless was honored by being named a State Farmer. Carla Ott was the Chapter FFA Sweetheart as well as the District Sweetheart. Congratulations to the club for a successful year ! K President Dan Lawless confers witii Mr. Elder. TOP ROW: R. Reusser, R. Neech, J. Howard, R. High, R. Bauchman, R. Eggleston. 4TH ROW: V. Lawless, C. Straight, J. Mahlandt, S. Pyeatt, C. Mahlandt, T. Davis, G. Brown. 3RD ROW: L. Williams, C. Borthwick, B. Nickelson, M. Kraft, T. WiUit, S. Craig, D. Bauzet. 2ND ROW:K. Wyant, M. Phillips, R. Elliot, C. WiUiam , L. Smith, R. Larcade, L. Deschner, Mr. Elder. BOTTOM ROW: D. Allred, B. Butts, D. Lawless, D. Lawless, J. Heersche, C. Wyant, T. Smith, M. Clasen. Dave Lawless competes at the tractor pull The FFA Rodeo is always a popular event LIONS aii. M, tf •.J r ■ - ' Wi 5 - . Fran Casey Sponsor Sponsor: Miss Casey, Secretary: Jackie Smith, 1st Vice-president: Mary Far- ber. President; Rhonda Gammon, 2nd Vice-president: Karen Jones. Fun - Happy - Active: FHA FHA has been an exciting adventure for those who have participated. Our meetings have been interesting, exciting, and full of fun. Mrs. Swayne demonstrated cake decorating and everyone enjoyed eating her marvelous production. FHA week was an unusual experience for the whole student body. " Hush Buttons " were awarded to students if they could manage to get a word out of an FHA member. It seemed as though a few girls made it through the day without saying a word! For a money- making project, the members sold " Mulvane Wildcat " car tags. As expected, they sold well to the sports fans of Mulvane. The highlight of the year was having Mar- cia Kraus elected District Songleader, and Connie Sumpter elected as a State Officer. Rhonda Gammon President TOP ROW: M. Smith, M. Kraus, R. Gammon, P. McCurdy. SECOND ROW:T. Smith, G. Higgs, C. Couch, A. Stout, S. Craig, D. Mohney, D. Bell, L. Worthy, M. Farber, J. Smith, K. Jones, C. Williams, L. May, J. Rog- ers, Miss Casey, Sponsor. BOTTOM ROW: K. Murphy, K. Swayne, C. Sumpter, T. Willit. ' .- - i iiv ■ . » V ' ;. ' V|; , V . ■ 1 Mr. Steele hard at work. DeAnn Stout, President OFFICERS: L TO R: Kathy Ashby, Dee Beard, DeAnn Stout, Mary Farber, Dan Swayne. Speech And Drama Club Speech and Drama Club is an organization which was formed to replace Thespians and National Forensics League. The club is designed to serve students who are interested in and participate in the play and forensics. Students in these areas must be highly motivated and dedicated to their work. Among the accomplishments this year include: a very well received talent show, a very good production of Story Theatre, and a highly successful forensics season. This season produced two students, DeAnn Stout for Dramatic Interpretation and DeAnn Schnittker for Original Oration, who received number one ratings at state competition. Mr. Steele is the sponsor of Speech and Drama Club and has put forth much profitable time and work. CLUB MEMBERS: L TO R: BA CK ROW: F. Coverdill, T. George, D. High, D. Hicks, D. Sweet, T. Willet, L. May, J. Deschner. 2ND ROW: J. Tefft, G. Cobb, Mr. Steele, D. Jackson, S. Salander. 1ST ROW: M. Farber, D. Stout, D. Swayne, K. Ashby, D. Beard. u u m y II i T ' ■ -f. TTl f J • • . ft PLAY CAST: L to R: David High, Ed Huss, Shelly Williams, Nancy Ratliff, Donna Hicks, Dan Swayne, Robin Driskell, DeAnn Stout, Dewey Sweet. Dan Swayne puts the lid on Ron Cash. c FRENCH CLUB: STANDING: J. Rogers, M. Connet, Mrs. Klontz, S. Klaus, ]. Tefft, C. Camp. KNEEL- ING: L. Middleton, K. Reed, L. PhiUips, S. Smith, C. Ray. SITTING:M. Daily, D. Jackson, D. Sosa, V. KiU. Mrs. Houser, Sponsor, with Sherri Sherfield, Student CcruncU Representative. SPANISH CLUB: STANDING: J. Peak, C. HiUwig, J. Francisco, D. Pfgingstan, J. Patch, V. Key, Mrs. Houser. KNEELING: T. Clark, B. Francisco, K. Murphy, K. Swayne, C. Johnson, R. Crawford, S. Sher- field. SITTING: M. Whetstone, S. Myers, K. Elston, S. Hartley, C. Ott, P. Howe. 61 Teachers ' Aides: L TO R: B. Croxson, B. Frecka, T. George, D. Beard, D. Reekie, C. Hendricks, K. Jackson, Mr. Adkins, Sponsor, P. Woody, C. Crowe, P. McCurdy, K. Taylor, K. Thompson, D. Carlson, L. Reneau. Teachers ' Aides: TOP ROW: L TO R: M. Whetstone, R. Fry, H. Craig, L. Hicks. SECOND ROW: K. Turkle, M. Hightower, E. Riney, P. Carr, G. Craig, A. Gerlach, T. Middendorf. STANDING: M. Kraus, S. Evans, J. Tull, L. Daniels, S. Rarabo, R. Kruskop, K. Sommerhauser . SS MH fll I| ' «i iiBin Primary Aides: TOP ROW: L TO R: C. Hall, M. Bate- sel, V. Waller, R. Bloomgren, A. Vest, B. Frecka. STANDING: L TO R: J. Daily, D. Kissinger, E. Rock Mr. Adkins, Sponsor, B. Ramsey, B. Croxson, K. Patten, T. Harvey. Library Aides: ALPHABETICALLY; D. Beard, G.Cobb, S. Fleming, E. Henson, B. Holden, K. Kerchner, D. Kissinger, D. Mohney, K. Reed, L. Roberson, E. Rock, D. Schmitt, K. Schott, P. Woody, and Mrs. Reiter, Librarian. Teachers ' Aides: L TO R: D. Cotton, Mr. Adkins, Spon- sor, C. Ward, G. Roberts, M. Hightower, T. Burns. Office Aides: L TO R: Mr. Adkins, Sponsor, T. Williams, L. Phillips, J. Crowley, S. Neufeld, R. Couch. vol -iMu ' YA ' • f lTmam M , r CIL. GIRLS TRACK OMNPIONS 1975 New Spirit At Mulvane High School! Sponsors: Miss McGranaghan, Mrs. Winter. Representatives: Ann Gerlach, Kathy Ashby. Fire! TOP ROW: P. Carr, R. Couch, H. Craig, M. Whetstone, M. Steadman, G. Martinez, J. Eighmey, G. VanZant, D. Moon, M. Simon. 7THROW:R. Crawford, N. Milleson, J. Smith, V. Ash, C. Ray, M. Ehrlich, A. Long- necker, K. Batesel, V. Nelson, P. HiU. 6TH ROW: C. Sumpter, D. BeU, D. Mohney, J. Rogers, K. Swayne, C. Strait, B. Darbro, V. Kill, S. Davis, C. Pounds, C. Harrington, C. Moore, A. Erb, B. Bozone. 5THROW: K. Taylor, J. Unger, P. McCurdy, G. Craig, C. Hall, P. Armstrong, S. Shook, S. Klaus, G. Cobb, S. Gage, M. Farber, D. Daily, C. Couch, G. Higgs. 4TH ROW: J. Smith, K. Jones, V. WaUer, E. Riney, M. Smith, J. Howard, K. Dody, A. Gerlach, R. Kruskop, S. Evans, S. Powers, P. Howe, J. Tull, M. Lambky, C. Himter. 3RD ROW: D. Swayne, D. Beard, K. Ashby, D. Stout, J. Tefft, B. Rader, B. Francisco, L. Middleton, S. Chase, L. Phillips, D. Batesel, J. Long, R. Pohlenz, W. Watkins. 2ND ROW: Mrs. Winter, M. Connet, (Wildcat), K. McCurdy, K. Elston, S. Martinez, A. Patton, L. Hendricks, S. Myers, Miss McGranaghan. KNEELING: C. Rico, R. Haas, D. Struble, M. Hightower, C. Ott, K. Turkle. 1 -L A U . j 4 ; -• All B a B MUSIC M SAXOPHONE: TOP ROW: M. Farber, M. Carlson. 3RD ROW: B. Kimble, D. Carlson, M. Holden, M. West. 2ND ROW: J. Long, J. Hghmey, V. Waller, S. Klaus, S. Pyeatt. 1ST ROW: ]. Perkins, D. Reeves, S. Patton, J. Smith, C. Couch, J. Oli- phant. U itiiilAfi 1 TRUMPETS: TOP ROW: R. Eggleston, 4TH ROW: C. Rico, K. Turhle. 3RD ROW; G, Brown, K. McCurdy, S. O ' Dell, E. Huss, C. Gammon. 2ND ROW: M. Whet- stone, P. Caldwell, T. Hill, C. Pulliam, J. Fairchild. 1ST ROW: D. Cotton, K. Elston, S. Shook, K. Borthwick, G. Madding, S. Steinbach, C. Craig. Ted Powers, Director Another Exciting Year In Music! Once again, the Mulvane High School marching band enjoyed a successful year under the excellent leadership of director, Ted Powers. In October, the entire band traveled to Lawrence, where they participated in KU Band Day. The outstanding pep band was honored when asked to perform at the Regional Basketball Tournament at Augusta and die State Bas- ketball Tournament at Hutchinson. This year, the band presented a stage production of " A Tribute to Walt Disney " in addition to the traditional spring concert. At the State Instrimiencal Music Festival, four solos received I ratings and the entire band was given a I in Sight Reading. The year was completed vnth an informal picnic which was enjoy- ed by all. LOW BRASS: TOP ROW: D. Dubois, R. Crook, K. Wyant. 2ND ROW: S. Jones, D. Moon, S. Ball, K. Fry, E. McDaniels. 1ST ROW: S, Powers, G. Van Zant, T. DeHaven, R. Gammon. PERCUSSION: TOP ROW: R. Couch, S. Evans. 3RD ROW K. Parks, B. White, K. Carson. 2ND ROW: S. Denney, J Francisco, T. Wa anan, J. Armstrong. 1ST ROW: K. Kauffman, ]. Tull. K , V TROMBONES: ACROSS: J. Oliphant, D. Watson, B Fast ' T. Powers, D. Garrett, T. Fagan, P. Hill, DOWN: J. Arroyo, J. Perkins, L, W illiams, J. Giles, B. Carey. BAND OFFICERS: CLOCKWISE FROM CENTER: P. Hill, R. Couch, J. Arnold, P. Howe, K. Turkle. DRUM MAJORS: Megan Moses, Steve Ball. CLARINETS: TOP ROW: D. Beard, J. Unger, E. Riney, G. Roberts, C. Hall, M. Hightower. 5TH ROW: V. Kill, C. Ray. 4TH ROW: T. SchUck, S. Chase. 3RD ROW: L. Pribble, C. Johnson. 2ND ROW: C. Ott, L. Phillips. 1ST ROW: M. Alumbaugh, C. Sumpter, K. Van Z ant, K. Hurd, J. Arnold, R. Pohlenz. TWIRLERS: CLOCKWISE FROM CENTER: PUionda Gammon, Lillian Phillips, Val- erie Stoll, Shellie Milligan. FLUTES: TOP ROW ACROSS: L. May, J. Eggleston, E. Nungesser, B. Bozone, V. Stoll. 2ND ROW ACROSS: L. Daniels, A. Longnecker, K. McPher- son. DOWN: C. Howard, R. Kruskop, M. Garrett, _ J. Tefft, V. Lawless, B. Grieve, P. Howe, D. HuS S a ip Wildcats marching in the rain at the state fair Pep Band: L TO R : D. Garrett, P. Oliphant, D. Dubois, R. Crook. FOURTH ROW: S. Powers, J. Long, J. Oliphant, G. VanZant, E. McDaniel. THIRD ROW; S. Evans, D. Reese, J. Eighmey, S. Klaus, M. Farber. SECOND ROW: R. Begay, C. Hall, S. Chase, D. Beard, M. Garrett, C. Howard, L. Daniels. FIRST ROW: S. Shook, G. Madding, M. Whet- stone, S. Craig, P. Hill, D. Moon, S. Denney. Choral Director Jack Coleman Song Is The Celebration Of Life Ml. Jack Coleman has led the various vocal musii groups through another year of success. The Chri mas and spring vocal music concerts were most ] ular with the students and the public. Tlie main ele- ments of the school ' s vocal music program were Mixed Chorus, Girls ' Glee, Boys ' Glee, and the se- lect group, Mixed Ensemble which has performed in a wide variety of programs outside of school. This year ' s success was evident from the groups ' ratings at League and State music contests. The rat- ings at League were: Mixed Chorus, 1I-; Girls ' Glee, II; Boys ' Glee, II; Mixed Ensemble, I1-; Senior Girls ' Ensemble, 11+; Sophomore-Junior Girls ' En- semble 1, I1+; and Boys ' Ensemble, II. The solos receiving a I rating at League were: Pat Hill, David Watson, and Cheryl Camp. , The state contest ratings were: Mixed Chorus, 11 Girls ' Glee, II+; Boys ' Glee, II; Mixed Ensemble, Sr. Girls ' Ensemble, II+; Soph. -Jr. Girls ' Ensemble 1, II; Soph. -Jr. Girls ' Ensemble 2, II; and Boys ' Ensemble, I. The solos receiving I ratings at aate were Djvid Watson and Nancy Ratliff. . J I 1 U Guitarist Mr. Coleman Accompanists Scott Denney, David Moon and Kim VanZant Kim VanZant practices for performance. rJXED ENSEMBLE: BACK ROW: David Watson, Pat HiU, Tom Bums, Lane Mye FRONT ROW: Cheryl Camp, Maria Lambky, Marsha Kraus, Beth Grieve, Nanc VanZant. m ' " fk A BOYS ' GLEE: BACK ROW : Gary Cobb , Maivin Coimet, Craig Bmren, Greg Madding, Steve Steiiibach, Tom Burns. FRONT ROW: accompanist Nancy Ratliff, David High, Dav id Watson,. Jp:e Oliphant, Lane Myers, Doug Pudden, Dewey Sweet, Norman Dicus. r Lane Myers, Steve Steinbach, P. sound off ! ILS ' GLEE: BACK ROW: Leanne A«ddleton, Marsha Kraus, Debbie Bell, Wendy Watkins, Bett Gritsve, Janet t, Cheryl WilUams. FRONT ROW: DeaAnn Schnittker, Cheryl Camp, Maria Lambky, Sandy Davis, Nancy latliff , and accompanist Kim VanZant. p " 1 H Li : H I L M ' Vj 1 Rl J • lfl 1 n HH ATHLETICS xmrxiuuun ncLu FOOTBALL WILDCATS: BACK ROW: R. Harding, Assistant Coach; R. Pock, Assistant Coach; B. Ivins, Head Coach; D. Rowlands, Assistant Coach. SEVENTH ROW: K. Clark, Trainer; C. Middendorf, Trainer; J. Fair- child, Trainer; M. Steadman, Statistics; G. Martinez, Statistics; C. Wyant. SIXTH: G. Stegner; J. Armstrong; L. Smith; S. Jones; J. Lanzrath; J. Venskus. FIFTH ROW: E. Huss; K. Pope; R.C. Smith; J. Hunter, M. Hol- den;B. Hedgepath; K. Parks; B. Nicholson; G. Sorensen. FOURTH ROW: B. Fast; T. Fagan; T. Powers; K. Wyant; T. Wayman; R. Bachman; C. Flynn; S. O ' Dell; R. Reusser; R. Elliott; C. Borthwick. THIRD ROW: B. Baumgartner; B. Bergmann; L. Fribble; J. Arroyo; C. Scott; M. Whetstone; B. White; D. Fairchild; K. Fry;M. Persels; C. Stegner. SECOND ROW: C. Terhime;B. Wayman; B. Butts; P. Caldwell; S. Elston; P. Croxson;K. Henson; T. Jones; D. AUred. FIRST ROW:M. Whetstone; H. Craig; L. Hicks; R. Fry; L . Gage; J. Danler; B. Carey. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD (6-3) VARSITY CHEERLEADERS : L TO R: D. Struble; C. Rico; M. Hightower, Head; C. Ott; R. Haas; K. Turkle. Mulvane 6 Wellington 13 Mulvane 10 Chapparral Mulvane 30 Goddard 8 Mulvane 12 Augusta 14 Mulvane 6 Haven 8 Mulvane 36 Buhler 3 Mulvane 28 Valley Center 21 Mulvane 36 El Dorado 6 Mulvane 22 Kingman 12 Defense takes the field 1976: Winning Wildcat Season The 1976 football season was one of the most enjoyable sea- sons 1 have ever had during my coaching career. Not because ■.ve had a winning season, but because of the great attitudes and desires our young men had for the game of football. It does one ' s heart good, when he can ask anything of a young man and he ' ll do his best to accomplish the task, whatever it may be. We had a 6 win-3 lost -season, but it could have been a 9-0 season just as easy. Had these young men and the coaching staff come to know each other sooner, I believe the ac- complishment would have been endless. The Mulvane High School coaching staff of Ray Harding, Dennis Rowland, Rod Pock, and myself would like to thank everyone for your great support and encouragement you ' ve given us this season. Sincerely, Coaches: L. TO R. : R. Harding; D. Rowland; R. Pock; Head Coach B. Ivins. iM A. VARSITY PLAYERS: BACK ROW: D. Rowland, Assistant Coach; R. Pock, Assistant Coach; B. Ivins, Head Coach; R. Harding, Assistant Coach. 4TH ROW: C. Middendorf, Trainer; K. Clark, Trainer; J. Fairchild, Trainer; C. Wyant, M. Whetstone. 3RD ROW: M. Whetstone, K. Wyant, J. Venskus, J. Danler, T. Wayman, S. Elston, R. Fry, D. FairchUd. 2ND ROW: P. Croxson, K. Henson, T. Jones, J. Arroyo, B. Wayman, B. Butts, P. Caldwell, C. Scott. FRONT ROW: C. Terhune, L. Hicks, H. Craig, B. Carey, L. Gage, L. Craig. F o t b uzi 9 7 6 75 mc Sf iSsSteas Robbie Fry, All -League, Class 3A All State Scott Elston, All-League Don Fairchild , All -League Lee Gage Perry Caldwell , All-League Leon Hicks , Honorable Mention Brad Butts, All -League Mark Whetstone BretWayman, Honorable Mention ?lfT WIAHi I . ■ ' ' Harry Craig Honorable Mention Sf S?i Jl. ■ Brad Carey, All -League Larry Craig Honorable Mention . 7,t«w . .■i.vn Karl Henson Kevin Clark Mark Steadman, Gary Martinez Joe Darder Carol Ward Attendant Rhonda ' Gbiicli Queen 76 - 77 Football Royalty Cheerleaders and Crownbearers: L. TOR.: BACK ROW: Renee Haas, Mindy High- tower, Chris Rico, Kathy Turkle, Carla Ott, Debbie Struble. FRONT ROW: Ryan and Shama Berry. Football Royalty: L TO R: Paula Carr, Attendant; Larry Craig, Escort; Rhonda Couch, Queen; Robbie Fry, Escort; Carol Ward, Attendant; Scott Elston, Escort. Paula Carr Attendant Queen, Rhonda Couch; Escort, Robbie Fry; Crownbearers, Shama and Ryan Berry g , w -r ■ The Line Rallies To Support The Offense B Team Cheerleaders: L TO R: A. Patton; K. McCurdy; . . K. Elston, Head Cheerleader; L. Hendricks; S. Martinez; g ' H ' Jig -BiM]|) S. Myers. -- B-iiC iS. ' ' ' . :: Sophomore Team: BACK ROW: C. Middendorf, trainer. 3RD ROW: J. Crier; J. Armstrong; T. Powers; J. Fairchild, trainer; M. Whetstone; S. Jones; J. Venskus. 2ND ROW: K. Pope; B. Nickelson; J. Lanzrath; E. Huss;K. Fry; B. Hedgepath; T. Wayman; R. Bachman. FRONT ROW: M. Holden; L. Smith; D. Finn; K. Wyant;R.C. Smith; J. Hunter; L. Pribble;T. FaganjG. Sorensen. ■ ' U 79 Our team has been a great source of pride for me this year. The achievements of these eight young athletes reflect the high level of character and dedication tliat I respect in our total student body. The team was comprised of one senior, four juniors and three sophomores. We finished second at Circle, fifth at Buhler, and fourth at the league meet. Individually, Dennis Moon captitred first place in four meets including the league meet. He placed second in three meets and third in another. Dennis also quali- fied for the state meet where he performed admirably. This group of young ath- letes worked hard, but had a wonderful time competing. The days were filled with aches, pain and laughter. Good luck to our graduating senior, Den nis Moon, and to those returning run- ners, 1977 will be ever more enjoyable. ' B.W. BROWN Dermis Moon 1st in the League 2nd in Regionals Coach Brown CROSSCOUNTRY, 1976: LEFT TO RIGHT : David Moon,, Randy Crook, DennisMoon, Ed McDaniels, Coach Brown, Steve Ball, Lane Myers, James Oliphant, Kendall Borthwick. - .i jbJ :.-— . . ,-?. ' -i— ilit JR. VARSITY: BACK ROW: K. Wyant, C. Gammon, S. Steinbach, D. Walker, Coach Canfield, C. Wyant, T. Hill, J. Arroyo. KNEELING: K. Carson, G. Sorenson, K. Parks, C. Scott, C. Terhune. B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS: L TO R: K. Elston, L. Hendricks, C. McCurdy, S. Martinez, S. Myers. TRAINERS: Bob Terry and Chris Middendorf SOPHOMORE BB: BACK ROW: Coach Rowland, K. Cardwell, G. Sorenson, B. Carey, M. Holden, M. Kraft, L. Pribble, C. Gammon, J. Lanzreth, B. Nicholson, R. Crook. KNEELING: M. Frikken, R. C. Smith, K. Wyant, T. Fagan, T. Powers, J. Venskus, K. Parks, J. Howard. O f p. v VARSITY: BACK ROW: Coach Pock, B. Butts, L. Craig, S. Elston, P. Caldwell, H. Craig, R. Fry, Coach Can- field, Coach Rowland. KNEELING: D. Moon, M. Steadman, C. Terhune, M. Simon, J. Arroyo, C. Scott. Varsity Basketball ' 76- ' 77 The Mulvane High School Basketball team finished the year with a 4-17 record. Although the final record was not impressive, the ' Cats had several close games. Highlights of the season included a 69-60 win over Andale, a 61-50 win over Clearwater, who had beaten us previously, and a 61-52 win over Chapparral. The Wildcats participated in the Sub-State Tournament at Augusta and met Clearwater in the first round, beat- ing them 61-50, then meeting Kapaun-Mt. Carmel, who beat us 70-52. Brad Butts made the El Dorado All-Tourney team and also All-League. Robbie Fry also made All-League. Although the season was not productive in the win-loss column--we made several improvements which should help us next year. Coach Roger Pock A -TEAM CHEERLEADERS: L TO R: C. Rico, M. Hightower, D. Struble, C. Ott, R. Haas, K. Turkle. Marc Simon Dermis Moon Robbie Fry, All League Larry Craig Mark Steadman Harr - Craig Scott Elston Brad Butts; All League , Bluestem All Tournament Attend Escort ff t B-TEAM PLAYERS: BACK ROW: M. Smith, K. Dody, B. Grieve, C. Johnson. 2ND ROW: M. Carlson, T. Turner, C. Pullium, J. Smith, V KiU. FRONT ROW: D. Carlson, V. Ash, D. Hicks, J, Smith. Coaches: Meg McGranaghan and Bill Brown v 30 25 •WL ' . ' ■! ? V Vi 33 iJ) 2 : " 13 2 i . a- v - ' V - H -lii :- ' . C A " V ' - VARSITY TEAM: L. TOR.: Coach Brown, S. Townsley, V. Kill, M. Smith, B. Grieve, K. Dody, C. Pullium, J. Smith, J. Smith, T, Turner, C, Johnson, Coach McGranaghan. Girls ' Basketball Is Off To A Good Start! My philosophy is that people will respond in general the rest of their lives the way they react in athletic competition. Therefore it is important that every- one has the opportitnity to perform up to his poten- tial and that everyone does his best as often as he can. The first year for girls ' basketball at Mulvane High School provided that opportunity. Although our team did not finish the season with a winning record, each player can be proud of his contribution. It was a difficult year, but spirits and desire always re- mained high. We will have four of our starting five returning next year, including our leading scorer and rebounder, Kathy Dody. Kathy was also select- ed to the All-League team. With most of the team returning plus a promising group of newcomers, next season should be a rewarding one. A special thanks to our graduating seniors who pro- vided the leadership during this first year of com- petition. You will always be remembered. Sincerely, Trainers and Statistician: L. TOR.: T. Williams, S. Sherfield, Bill W. Brown P. Armstrong. Head Coach Darlene Carlson ► f BBi mm Marlene Carlson Sandra Townsley 7x M I u G L " 1 V s 1 1 c N j-j o o _1 VAULTING FLOOR EXERCISE UNEVEN PARALLEL BARS BALANCE BEAM Two Gymnasts Qualify For State Girls gymnastics, 1976, was a rather successful season despite its long four months ' duration. The team record wa; one first place, four seconds, and one fifth. The team did well all year and were competitive at the Emporia regionals. Carol Ward and Peggy Armstrong placed in floor exercise and unevens, respect- ively, and were the first girls at Mul- vane to qualify for the girls ' gymnas- tics state meet held this year at Topeka West. The team will lose and miss five sen- iors but is looking forward to the 1977 season. GYMNASTIC TEAM; BACK ROW: D. Batesel, M. Hightower, C. Oct, C. Moore. KNEELING: L. Phillips, T. WilUams, C. Ward, SITTING: P. Armstrong, Coach Johnson, A. Gerlach. Congratulations Senior Volleyball Players! , a f b [N — : iV VARSITY: L TO R: M. Smith, J. Howard, D. Cotton, B. Ray, Coach Winter, S. Gage, K. Dody, J. Smith, D. Stout, C. Johnson, The words " yoimg and inexperienced " are often used to describe a team. These teams usually follow with an unsuccessful season. Our 1976 volleyball team disproved this old sports adage. JR, VARSITY A- TEAM: TOP TO BOT- TOM: C. Ray, V. Kill, C.Ray, S. Klaus, K. Elston, L. Hendricks, S, Chase, M. Glasen, D, Hicks, S, Martinez, JUNIOR VOLIiYBALL GIRLS: BACK ROW: S. Gage, K. Batesel, J. Smith. STANDING: M. Smith, J. Howard, K. Dody. 2ND ROW: B. Ray, M. Clasen. 1ST ROW: S. Smith, S. Chase, C, Johnson, k iJ .sSMi GIRLS TRACK TEAM: STANDING: C. Ray, S. Smith, K. Dody, J. Smith Mrs. Winter, K. Turkle. KNEEUNG: B. Ray, V. Kill, C. Ward, B. Grieve, S. Hartley. SITTING: P. Armstrong, S. Townsley, T. Turner, K. EUtou. , ' • ..vWWWllll W . •shJ 1. • lUuiUOo SOD flB 3 5 s " ' roBui, 2 ( eoouAt A TEAM CHEERLEADERS: L TO R: Chris Rico, Debbie Struble, Renee Haas, Kathy Tiirkle, Carla Oct, Mindy Hightower, head cheerleader. iiiuumuiiMi. , % r JUNIOR POM PON GIRLS: L TO R: Kelly Kauffman, Lillian Phillips, Sheri Powers, and Jeannine TuU. a ir W f ? or : ' r A SENIOR POM- PON GIRLS: LEFT TO RIGHT, Peggy Arm- stron, Ann Gerlach, Ellen Riney, Virginia Waller, Paula Can-, Rlionda Couch, Linette Reneau, and Gerry Craig. PRIDE OF ' 7T POM PONS CELEBRATE MOON DAY! sUtt 4 O == !5 l ji ; I fl fer IJ ■ 1 Outstanding Musicians-Pat Hill and Duane Dubois Gerry Craig-Lottie Carver Hany Craig-U. S. Coast Guard Academy Scholarship Cadet Masonic Award Winners- Elaine Rock, Kathy Som- merhauser, Rebecca Bloomgren, Larry Craig, Mark Whetstone, Leon Hicks. Outstanding Senior Boy and Girl - Larry Craig and Paula Carr Citizenship Awards- Dennis Moon and Peggy Arm- strong Danforth Awards-Harry Craig and Donna Huss WSU Summer Research-Harry Craig, Dan Swayne, Pat Hill, Larry Craig Escorts-Chad and Dan Lawless-State Farmer Chris ■ r I JH I 1977 GRADUATES: R. Chew, J. Edwards, G. Plummer, K. McQuigg, L. Williams, M. Coffey, J. Heersche, M. Wells, K. Clark, G. Cobb, B. Moore. 8TH ROW: R. Dankert, K. Burns, R. High, M. Britton, R. Biihop, A. Hanson, L. Reneau, G. Hightower, J. Crowley, K. Melick, D. Fairchild, D. Reekie, G. Roberts, S. Endres, M. Batesal, J. Sherfield, D. Sagely. 7TH ROW: D. Dubois, C. Burrell, M. Skelnar, J. Danler, D. Dickey, R. Reusser, J. Costello, B. Jarrett, B. Frecka, C. Hendricks, M. Mayfield, J. Pittman, S. Elston, C. Ward, C. Howard, J. Eggleston, V. Nelson. 6TH ROW; J. Francisco, J. Downs, K. Brueggeman, D. Chase, R. Alumbaugh, P. Armstrong, K. Henson, M. Moses, P. Hill, B. Grieve, L. Winegar, V. Lawless, E. Henson, S. Rogers, C. Brown, V. Stoll, T. Middendorf, M. Cranston. 5TH ROW: P. Champagne, R. Gray, P. Carr, R. Fry, B. Jones, G. Larcade, R. Couch, L. Gage, K. Patten, K. Shook, B. Ramsey, T. Harvey, B. Croxson, P. Woody, S. Fleming, K. Thompson, B. Kelley, R. Gammon. 4TH ROW: E. Riney, M. Steadman, G. Craig, D. Moon, M. Hightower, L. Hicks, V. Waller, J. Rogers, A. Gerlach, B. Townsley, L. Ramsey, T. Burns, R. Kruskop, M. Howell, S. Neufield, G. VanZant, J. linger, K. Taylor. 3RD ROW: M. Whetstone, C. Hall, K. McDow ell, C. Hunter, R. Hukle, J. Daily, J. Deschner, D. Beard. S. Phillips, C. Nighswonger, T. EXilaney, S. Werbin, D. Lawless, L. Schippers, B. Carey, J. Cockrell, L. Craig, G. Higgs. 2ND ROW: D. Parker, D. Cotton, B. Elliot, D. Huss, J. Eighmey, S. Townsley, H. Craig, M. Carlson, G. Martinez, M. Lambky, M. Simon, W. Watkins, M. Bezinque, C. Myers, R. Johnson, K. Serviss, J. Longnecker, S. Friess, C. Crowe, K. Jackson, T. Brown, S. McQuigg, B. Cantrell, S. Milligan, P. McCurdy, D. Mohney, D. Stout, D. Carlson, D. Kissinger, E. Rock, T. Hardison, T. Smith, K. Sommerhauser, R. Bloomgren, K. Asiiby, T. Killgore, T. Walker. Carol Ward Honor Student Kathy Sommerhauser Honor Student Paula Carr Co-Valedictorian Kathy Ashby Co-Valedictorian ■ © o. . ST. MICHAEL ' S SCHOOL SR. M. GERARD - GRADES 1-2 1966 1967 4 f f Q fi if TOP ROW: K. Sommerhauser, D. Huss, J. Danler, P. Armstrong. MIDDLE ROW: J. Sherfield, C. Hendricks, D. Reekie, R. Kruskop, J. Daily, FRONT ROW: S. Phillips, M. Simon, C. Myers, G. Martinez, D. Swayne. K¥, imm KANSAS STATE SCHOLARS: BACK ROW: L. Hicks, H. Craig, L. Craig, R. Chew, J. Eighmey, G. VanZant, M. Whetstone. FRONT ROW: K. Ashby, R. Bloonigren, P. Carr, D. Huss, J. Daily, G. Craig, C. Hunter, B. Ramsey, C. Ward, K. Sommerhauser, J. Deschner. KANSAS HONOR STUDENTS: BACK ROW: J. Daily, R. Bloonigren, K. Ashby, V. Waller. 2ND ROW: K. Sommerhauser, E. Rock, A. Gerlach, D. Huss. FIRST ROW: T. Harvey, T. Hardison, D. Kissinger, D. Stout. TWELVE YEAR CLASSMATES: BACK ROW: K. Burris, L. Winegar, G. Roberts, J. Heersche, G. Hightower, D. Fairchild. 5TH ROW: M. Britton, R. Reusser, B. Jarrett, B. Grieve, P. Hill, K. Patten, K. Clark, C. Brown, P. Woody, V. Stoll, M. Lambky. 4TH ROW: M. Sklenar, R. Alumbaugh, P. Carr, R. Fry, R. Couch, V. Wal- ler, J. Rogers, A. Gerlach, L. Ramsey, J. Unger, K. Taylor, J. Pittman, B. Kelley. 3RD ROW: J. Francisco, R. Huklw, J. Deschner, C. Hall, M. Hightower, H. Craig, B. Ramsey, D. Lawless, L, Schippers, B. Carey, G. Higgs, G. Cobb. 2ND ROW: J. Costello, T. Walker, D. Parker, D. Huss, M. Carlson, G. Martinez, G. Craig, M. Simon, C. Ward, L. Craig, C. Myers, V. Nelson. FRONT ROW: K. Jackson, T. Brown, P. McCurdy, P. Armstrong, D. Stout, D. Carlson, D. Kissinger, E. Rock, T. Hardison, R. Bloomgren, K. Sommerhauser, J. Daily. i t lA I U wLi. Mr. Kerns shows juniors prizes for Super Magazine Sales. Mrs. Thomason, Head Junior Sponsor. Compliments Of THE JIM KERNS FAA-IILY Shirley and Steve Ball 1 1 ., ' ; It m:!—J:m m lum Mira Lee Huffman and Jo Unger Mi. Canfield ' s drawing and painting class. I . FDIcg " , • H ' i 7 c ■ttftfci f A-. Frank and Kit Caison Colleen and Rex HuMe Shirley and Steve Ball THE MULVANE STATE BANK Member F.D.I.C. Mira Lee Huffman and Jo Unger Mr. Canfield ' s drawing and painting class. [ (M A. ' VgSS ' I 1 TOR: S. HnllipSj C. Bcsihii-ici:. TiazsciscOj J. Ddw3S, D. ElcieII., Reeves. A 3GELO ' S rTAUAK FOODS SHTLAUZING IN: PIZZA, SPAGHETTI, LASAGKA, etc. 1 - 30i5E. Ifeny n m 2705 Ajjadon PSas. West i k ■ — r r BOWL DERBY BOWL 444 S . Baltimore Derby, Kansas Special Attention Given to School And Church Parties League Bowling n m ■«—!| «2 iicy tm FIRST SEMESTER WORK STUDY; STANDING: L. TOR: R. Chew, D. Lawless, R. Ruesser, C. Hendricks, S. Phillips, K. Melick, B. Carey, S. Endres, R. Alumbaugh, M. Coffey, J. Costello, L. Schippers, S. Milligan, C. Brown, C. Howard, S. Friess. 2ND ROW: L TO R: R. Bishop, M. Britton, J. Sherfield, M. Bezinque, C. Myers, D. Chase, G. Larcade, M. Cranston, D. Cotton, T. Walker. BOTTOM ROW: L TO R: D. Parker, B. Kelley, J. Crowley, K. Jackson, T. Brown, C. Crowe, S. Townsley, M. Howell, M. Mayfield, E. Henson. HENDERSON TEXACO Rock -Road and K- IS 777-1131 I ,i7 i=| — P Ljm Football and Fall Winter means Basketball Spring Prom ths remarkabll : Westinghouse Hi Re Li Heat Pump FOUR SEASONS COOUNG S. HEATING @) Wesfinghouse 788 3318 JERRY BACHMAN P.O. Box 285 FOUR SEASONS COOLING I- HEATING 788-3318 BOB SALMON Derby, Kans. 67037 Term Paper Day! Taking it easy Summer Fun till 1 QMJ . Compliments Of B G E SHOPPE Mulvane, Kansas I BMI H|B - jp W M Hk " i JI ' " ) 3 f Ma » fl - . [..t M H 7 - r aC:?ssr V " ' J SPS- MR. BROWN ' S SIXTH HOUR AMERICAN HISTORY CLASS Maytag • Zenith • Fngidaire • Corning • Conoco • Lee w. ' S«rv«a DERBY HOME AUTO B F. Goodrich • Kelvinator • KitchenAid • Firestone 130EASTMADISON-DERBV-PH 788-1 53B DILLONS STORES COMPANY 1203 N. Second Mulvane To Class of 1977 Our Hearty Congratulations and Sincere Best Wishes From Ted G Doris Norden NORDEN PLUMBING ROBERT ' S RECREATION Robert Pulliam , Owner (Pool - Snooker - Dominoes) 108 N. Second 777-9978 Congratulations I Best Wishes to the Seniors of 1977 from DR. AND MRS. DALE CARR Home of Round Meals and Flat Snacks, 208 S . Baltimore 788-2011 Derby, Kansas PIZZA JOHN ' S 146 INGALLS ELECTRIC Appliances and T.V. ' s 777-1571 104 West Main Mulvane, Kansas I wish to express my appre- ciation to Dean Parks, Fred Hughes, Jerry Nelson, Ron Adkins, and teachers for their contribution to our youth. I am personally proud of all OUT educators who give of themselves because they are caring people. Some of the most significant people in my life have been my high school football coach and principal. In this community- concerned, conscientious educators are equally vital. I thank all of those who serve our youth and who touch their lives. Mr. Elder The Sunshine Singers BUDDHA ! ! Donna Hicks 1 MEXICAN S, AMERICAN »PPV 291 H TOM SlUDER ARCELLA -t, AVER PETE ' S TACO TIME Mexican Food -American Food Dine-1 or Cany-Out Derby 788-9158 ) ■ ■ ii Wrf v:$ ' ' ' 9 ' " -. ' 1 fe - X, -r J m 1 9 mUME r SENTER MULVANE MORTUARY Phone 777-1632 Norma R. Senter JohnR. Senter Mulvane , Kansas E. EUGENE BULLINGER, A.I.A. ARCHITECT Heil C. Pettit, A.I.A. Architect 117 S. Hydraulic Avenue Wichita, KS 67211 LARSEN ' S AUTO SERVICE 106 S. First Mulvane, KS 777-1231 Recreational Vehicles Mallard - - Red Dale - - Forester Fifth Wheels Mini -Homes J a tet. aim CONGRATULATIONS FROM C G H CERt MICS OF WICHITA C G W AUTO SUPPLY CULLISON SHOE REPAIR GREINER AND SONS NURSERY SAFEWAY, Derby " (HW!! ' - V ' m,i t PIX BARBERSHOP (Pix Theater Building) JimSharpe 777-4121 DR. SAM W. PORTER DR. GARY H. CONOVER 777-1362 114 W. Main MULVANE PHARMACY Gifts, Goodies, Pills, Things 104 E. Main Mulvane , Kansas 777-1601 BALFOUR JEWELRY ' S FINEST CRAFTSMEN Box 432 Salina, Kansas 67401 Bill R Barr (913) 827-7013 MARQUISE STUDIOS 65 Years Experience So Very Dependable Enid. Oklahoma JIM HIGH Plumbing, Heating Air Conditioning 11691 S. Greemvich Road Mulvane, Ks. 777-4288 150 GARNETT ' S AUTO SUPPLY NO. 4 619 N. Baltimore 788-1 553 or 788-0212 GARNETTAUTO m i ' ■ T- V i l i I WESTERN AUTO Your Home Owned Family Store Merle C Mary Cannon now. Main 777-1591 Mulvane B B SPORTING GOODS, INC. 412 State Street, Box 567 Augiista, KS 67010 (316) 775-5031 Buck Leedom Res. (316) 775-5061 Bob Jackson Res. (316) 775-5825 MCINTYRE MFA INSURANCE Dependable Service and Protection for LIFE-HEALTH-HOME AND CAR 777-4103 313 N. College Mulvane , KS Don McInt Te , Agent 154 PAPENHAUS OIL CO. 211 S. First 777-1071 RACO BUILDING CENTER Full Line Of Building Materials 229 West Ross - Clearwater, Kansas 67026 Bus. 584-2205 Res. 584-6776 Ralph Moddelmog President CONSTRUCTION CRBV: L. TO R.: Instructor, C. Wil- liams; K. McQuigg; B.Evans; D. Fairchild; B. Bower; R. Dankert; J. Longnecker; L. Winegar; J. Rogers; M. Moore. Not in this picture; S. Elston and R. Fry. HIGHLANDER LAUNDRY Mulvane and Third Street Self-Servjce Laundry Dry Cleaning Mr. . Mrs. AG. Dorsey 777-9957 LEEKER ' S FAMILY FOODS 1915 E. Pa Tiee Wichita, KS Phone 267-5297 AMYDEL DLANE BURNS Flowers for all occasions sOlfCW i Local and out of town orders ■Tf . r -l, 1 handled promptly. • fiowei i Lfik ;Ucb 109 W. Main Phone Mulvane. Ks. 777-1091 NELSON FARM AND IRRIGATION SUPPLY DICK ' S PLUMBING 111 W. Collier 777-1221 Good Luck, Seniors! Mulvane 777-4317 General Irrigation- ' E-Z Rain ' systems Mineral Fertilizers Rt. 1 Box 36 Mulvane , KS Melvin Nelson AIR CAPITOL SPORTING GOODS INC. The Coaches Choice — Your Choice, Too! Phone 263-8401 Arly Messner 943-1427 1424 E. 25th North Wichita. Kansas 158 Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Graduates of 1977 DR. L. A. ROBINSON v ai«sPR pnHT -S053»ELojftv THE COLOR PORT 507 N. Second 777-1271 Congratulation Seniors from DR. THOMASON Mulvane 118 E. Main 777-1151 EVELYN ' S BEAUTY SHOP " Keep Smiling ' 404 Martha 777-1522 qjorsep mM PIX BARBER SHOP (Pix Theater Building) JimSharpe 777-4121 JAKE ' S BARBER SHOP Jake Moyers Haircutting G Styling 213 B. W. Main 777-4921 M ANDM HARDWARE 1 15 West Main Mulvane 777-1911 DORSEY ' S REXALL DRUGSTORE 206 S . Baltimore Derby, KS 788-1541 BACK ROW: L. Craig, M. Steadman, D. Moon, G. Van Zant, P. Hill. FRONT ROW: L. Hicks, M. Simon, G. Martinez, B. Carey, M. Whetstone, J. Eighmey, D. Lawless . Congratulations To The Seniors Of " 1977 " From WAYMAN C SIMON OIL CO. INC. Call Us For Amoco Products 777-1926 Terresa helps as a library aide for Mrs. Reiter Terresa Killgore and Corey Jantzen frol- ic on the schoolgroimds . LOVE BOX COMPANY pw.l ' J PRINT SHOP fH0.77Z ' -4892 0 " ' f»CMl ' JfiNrrNC Of AU KINDS The Print Shop 106 Prather • Mulvane. Ks 67110 VERNON STOLL Pes 777.1120 Bgs 777-48 !2 Bus 264. 1612 SENIOR SKIP DAY You Never Outgrow Your Need For Milk ! GEORGE AND WINIFRED HEERSCHE The Vo-Ag Class Greg Van Zant and Jim Eighmey celebrate turning in their term papers differently ! Ann Longnecker and Keith Brueggeman adinire the table decorations. 9ir Congratulations to the 1977 Seniors From MCCUNES LOCKER 115 N. First 777-1233 Dean and Sharon Owens ' i»Baa ' fkia;a Congratulations From WILBUR AND DOROTHY ROBERTS lAl 3n: .-. ' J REVEMBERWHEN????? ,-vi..a B " - ' ' " Dr. G Mrs. Thomason, Megan Moses, Beth Grieve and Vicki Lawless are enjoying the Jr. Sr. Prom. DANIER, FRANCISCO, DICKEY, HIGH, and DUBOIS take a time out! im t f The Who-Hoo ' s TOP ROW: L TO R: Hairy Craig, Mark Steadman, Leon Hicks, Dermis Moon, Greg VanZant. 2ND ROW: Gary Martinez, Jim Eigh- mey, Larry Craig. 1ST ROW: Mark Whetstone , Marc Simon, Pat Hill, Brad Carey. PrJTLji 1 1 mt ' -v ' y- ' w £ - oQ -,- } %.; i fp ' ii!:iP J , i :• WILDCATS f " Wildcats of the Month " is a new honorary program designed by the Student Council to give special recognition to those students who have made one or more outstanding accomplishments during the school year. The honor is re- served not only for those who excel in sports or academics, but also is given to students exceptionally worthy in any area of school activities. The " Wildcat of the Month " program has been well received by the student body and is planned to continue in full force in 1977-78. The 1976-77 Wildcats of the Month are all well deserving of this honor and will no doubt continue their outstanding achievements in various areas through the coming years. JAMIE ARNOLD - Junior This year Jamie was an active mem- ber in many school activities includ- ing Spirit Club, pep band, and Stu- dent Council. As the Junior class treasurer, she was one of the major organizers of the annual magazine sale. She contributed many hours of work toward making this year ' s sale a success. DENNIS MOON - Senior Through a lot of time and effort, Dennis has helped to make the Cross Country team a success. He took first place in the Chisholm Trail League and second place in the Re- gional meet. Dennis was also a tre- mendous asset to this year ' s track team. To promote school spirit, he participated in M-Club and encour- aged attendance. 196 KATHY ASHBY - Senior Kathy has been known for her artistic talent and her work has been display- ed at school. She was active in Girls ' Glee, the school play, and the ann- ual layout staff. This year she held offices in three organizations: Secre- tary Treasurer in Speech and Drama Club, A Co-president of Spirit Club and President of National Honor So- ciety LARRY CRAIG - Senior Larry ' s leadership abilities have been shown by his involvement in N. H. S. , Student Council, and M-Club, and by being President of the Senior Class. Larry received honorary mention for offense tackle in football and was a member of the varsity basketball team. He has been an A student and has often been on the A Honor Roll. mmn MARY FARBER - Junior ' •-• ' ■ - ■ Mary has been active in Spirit Club, Speech and Drama Club, Forensics, the magazine sale and music of var- ious types. She has played an impor- tant part in F. H. A. as its First Vice- president. She has played the saxo- phon e in the marching band and pep band and has spent many hours as a piano accompanist for various vocal groups. „ ■ . ' ,y.. . -..:; . PAT HILL - Senior Pat has been very active as a member of Spirit Club, Pep Band, the march- ing band, Boys ' Glee, and the Mixed Ensemble. He has been the Quill Type Treasurer and Vice-president of the Band. He has been a photographer for the annual and has put forth a lot of time toward its completion. KATHY SOMMERHAUDER - Senior Kathy has been very active as Vice-Pres- ident of N. H. S. and also Vice-Presi- dent of Quill Type. She has been an A student and found on the A Honor Roll. A tremendous amount of Kathy ' s spare time has been taken up for work on the annual. As a co-editor of the yearbook, she has donated much time toward its successful completion. LON PRIBBLE - Sophomore This year Lon has been very active in school athletics as a member of the bas- ketball, football, and track teams. Ath- letics has taken up a lot of Lon ' s time for extra-curricular activities, but he has still had time to be a member of Student Council and has played the clarinet in the school band. DEANN STOUT - Senior DeAnn has been a member of N. H. S. and Student Council. DeAnn has been very active in the fine arts as the Presi- dent of the Speech and Drama Club and a participant in Forensics and the school play. Her wide range of talents have in- cluded local performances with her ven- triloquism acts, singing, and playing the guitar. She has also won many state awards for her equestrian abilities. HARRY CRAIG - Senior Harry has been an A student and often found on the A Honor Roll . He played basketball and varsity football this year, receiving an All League Honorary Men- tion for Defense End in football. He has been an active member of M-Club and N. H. S. Harry has been an annual pho- tographer and has helped considerably to make the amiual a success. 197 STANDING: C. Pulliuin, D. Daily, D. Henson, S. Hamilton, N. Milleson. SITTING: K. Batesal. THE THREE MUNCHKETEERS KISSING COUSINS f lfc ' ' .J %k r K, 9 1 1 v P R P Biv jat k 1 RL a Lg ' W ' SI iS ■aHMi " ' B s MARK ALLEN ROBINSON The students of Mulvane High School were deeply saddened by the death of their fellow classmate and friend, Mark Robinson, on June 27, 1976. Mark was a quiet person whose hobbies included camping and woodworking . We wiU always remember him for his skill and dedication exhibited in auto mechanics . We mH miss him . LELAND EA The tragedy of Leland ' s death on December 25, 1976, was a sudden blow to 1 - .!__-.- Ji » ..! " -jh School as well as to his family and other friends. He w friendly and enjoyed the company of others, but he still liked to be alone at times. He liked nature, loved to draw, and mshed to become a counselor for handicapped children. We mil remember him as he was: quiet, courteous, and sincere, j ANIMATED NEFARIOUS SOIREE STENTORIAN INEXTRICABLE COMMENSURATE RACONTEUR DROMEDARY SicinclTcm Woril- .Mill N1ii.li li I ' .l l ION (I MMISC,-. 1 . N « W J ' ' ' » m !lnw t.,..! ;!;:■; ; . • », ' ■ t-...f- X ; - I ' 7 • ' ? V r • n rii Kticrs. ••I,iiiil_ Lil U -i:j:--l--m }-- Dennis Moon • ' »• llilll I S illl I, ill s I— I - 205 MJIVANE SFN ' Of? HIGH ' " nr w ■ M V 4. WORLD EVENTS 7 15 76 AMY ' S ON TOP — Jimmy Carter holds daughter, Amy, as his wife, Rosa- lynn, peers over his shoulder during the Democratic National Convention in New York City. Carter had just delivered his acceptance speech as the Democratic presidential nominee. 7 20 76 SCHOOL CHILDREN KID- NAPPED — The van in which 26 school children and their bus driver were held captive is slowly pulled out of its hiding place in a rock quarry in Livermore, Calif. 10 7 76 MAKING A POINT — President Gerald Ford emphasizes a point during his second debate with Jimmy Carter at San Francisco ' s Palace of Fine Arts The- ater. Ford ' s efforts, however, were not successful as he and running mate Sen. Robert Dole lost the November general election to Carter and his running mate. Sen. Walter Mondale. 7 13 76 AFTER KEYNOTE SPEECH — Barbara Jordan, U.S. representative from Texas, acknowledges plaudits of the Democratic National Convention after de- livering one of the keynote speeches dur- ing the convention. 11 11 76 CALDER DIES — Alexander Calder, one of the most influential sculp- tors and artists of the 20th Century and the originator of mobiles, died in New York. He is shown working on his tribute to the nation ' s Bicentennial celebration. • 7. 10 20 76 CAPSIZED FERRY — A would- be rescuer carefully walks the hull of the ferry George Prince after it collided with a tanker and sank in the Mississippi River at Luling, La. Twenty survivors were pulled from the river and 50 persons are reported missing. 1 29 76 NEW DELHI, INDIA — Prime Minister Indira Gandhi does a folk dance rith a troupe from Mizoram in northeas- arn India. The dance was part of the an- nual Republic Day celebrations marking the anniversary of the 1950 constitution. ' 12 8 76 STAMPEDE! — A terrified crowd panics and runs to escape from the awe- some 40-foot monster, King Kong, after iin breaks out of the cage in which he was Ing exhibited. Filming of Dino de Laur- tils ' re-make of " King Kong " conclud- recently in Hollywood, with release of 3 movie scheduled for Christmas time. 1 76 TOKYO — Former Prime Minister akuei Tanaka holds a microphone as he Idresses a meeting of the ruling Liberal emocratic Party members. He said he Ad no connection whatsoever with the ockheed payoff scandal. 9 8 76 UP GOES THE RUNNING FENCE — Motorists zip along Highway 101 (in ' ireground) as workers put up a section f artist Christo ' s running fence north of aluma, Calif. The 18-foot high nylon ■nee will stretch over 24 miles of rolling ills and farms to the Pacific Ocean. 4 76 RAID RESCUES PASSENGERS !- Hundreds of relatives and well-wishers ame to Ben-Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv j celebrate the return of hijacked Air France passengers rescued in a night raid on Uganda. 13 76 HAMILL TRIUMPH — Dark- aired American skater Dorothy Hamill, t Riverside, Conn., gives a dazzling four Unute performance in the women ' s fig- re skating event of the 12th Winter llympic Games In Innsbruck. Ms. Hamill rent on to win the gold medal with a near erfect score. M ' ' ; fe) : rT u tfl i


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