Newton High School - Railroader Yearbook (Newton, KS)

 - Class of 1979

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Student Life. . . . . .4 Activities. . . . . .28 Academics. . . . . .48 Sports ..... . . .82 Mug Shots . .. . . .104 t .el , W.,-F"3' 'Ji53f'f7J. ' - hifi' ' . ,K , A. 7+ ,, . ..,,5 f. ,. , Through the cnmerd: age 1979 Affmwfffifffffff- s Rcnilronder 7 Published b:lk:hLln.:JL?rZ1alism Dept. J DONQEEEEILZII 900 West 12 Newton, Kansas 67114 S MBER 2005 - -- - .. .....,..s......,..........-.....--.,.4, ...............- ' W" ' 7' "fav ' ""' ' 'f"""7"" A A V- T ' -' "W" 'W ' .. VLA, ,.,,, ,,, ,,-,. Y - '-w--' ,......, ,Q-1-:444-.sua xvx- 7.4. ., .. ,AA . . f ... ,, ,,,. ,,,,-, -AL,-, , H- , -- ,..c .., vThe guys get into the groove of cheer- for each other helped the Railers to have unity. It WGS I1iC6 to S66 this at Our ing at an assembly. The support they gave a good season and brought a feeling of SCl'l00l. ez,:grLna?1dpt?Iv1g11e-i-Rlieusmng a lot of gagtmgognpthegur time-nby attending the doing is a gambling game held in a secret, . are seen V30 'Ce5- e Scene they are SPOT S0 the police won't fin ' d lt. fini' f.'-:'5 1 3 '9 siliiftflef f f... " r fT-e -, +wi:A:ff,fw am.'7.-ae.-:finer-' . 1 fr., M- . ., A, ,?1.,,t,f,-.M vRon Gould, the new football coach finds time to get a little teaching in. VSenior guys keep up the tradition and they can be found here from before'till hang out by the bathrooms. All day long after SCh00l- l l l l l Awe were unable to get several seniors' Llamas, Deb Arellano and Teresa Tyner pictures in the mug shot section. Richard agreed to their own personal "mug shots." A F W . I . , , .4 .,.. .,., .. - - A ' " ' "' - .-k..-s.,..,w,.-..--' - .,..-,....,.........-,. , R-- Y V TV YYY W dir YA-A ,, 7,,,1,, , , H, ,., . , - V -- - , Y V. M,-k,.,,.A x.,. ,,,-......e AA-Team cheerleaders Jill Slack and Teena Bolton display their spirit as they lead a cheer during a pep assembly. ASome students prefer to go out for the out-of-school lunch is somewhat lunch rather than eating at school, but hurried due to lunch schedules. l s l weve, l XG., Q1 J, X. NVL-3 y f , if A 'Wo t . , 1' gl' r x lll TllllI lLlill i Q vFaber Porter is hard at work but Phil VNadine Dolezel helps Sarah Reimer DolezeI's first year of teaching at the high 3eibel'5 mind seems to be wandering, with some important book work. This is school. She is also Pep Club SPOWSOV- A X 1 Q i 2 i l 1 s ker, Susan Buller, Richard Atkinson, Mike Brookshire, Heide Regier, David Esau and Karolyn Graber. QNational Merit finalists are Byron Bec- .,,,,,., mu: -..NA 4-we 40.1444 .. - . . ,...-..,...,A-.. . , W- VB-team cheerleaders Bev Barr, Gayle CfiSPin0 diSPl3Y 9n'fhUSi3SlTl in 3 Pepvskif Humphrey, Jenny Goering, Desiree during Homecoming Week. Thompson, Sue Humphrey and Nancy ATerri Strain, senior, seems to be catch ing some shut-eye in one of her classes M...-..-.--.m..m,w,wwf ,.,. v.-ww.-Lg - ,.,,, ,J AThe Pep Band strikes a pose for the camera before the Homecoming Parade. QBackground vocalists Nancy Jarchow, Patti Paulson and Shari Fiene sing along in a rendition of "Two Faces Have l" dur- ing a pep skit on Grease Day. VDarrelI Marks intently reads in the library during fourth hour. hi .-.. M - qwith a blur of excitement, the mid- QA new school sign graces the entrance way of the State Fair comes to light in of the parking lot. The sign was designed the eyes of many students. by junior Matt Hiebert. . V- , . , ,,,,,, , V. 5 ,.. .. ,.,. , ., .,,,,,. . ,.,.,. , .b,,......1 - ..,.,,..l.............4.......s...............,.,.....-- .,s ...,.........,.. --... - ...:. vRepreSenting their fall sports are nasticsp Keith Warta, football and Scott Nancy lce, volleyballp Cay Scott, Gym- JUST' CVOSS COUUUY- AJanna Harold shows her spirit for the Many girls also contributed their spirit Railers by putting up a poster she made. by making locker pin ups, VThis was just one of the posters made to decorate the halls and commons area mt 41-is 'S E 4 .., iv 'H' .-.-4 l rev, 3 Avernon Fike shows his spirit by yelling for the Railers. Everyone showed strong ability to work together this year, QSenior Nlarie Nlartinez and juniors Nladella Regehr, Tina Crist and Alicia Watts find time to chat during third hour Advanced Clothing class. vSenior Charlotte Bott concentrates on the art of poster-making during Home- coming Week. Ek :: ALisa Okle concentrates on a lecture, while Robbie Dodd's eyes seem to wan- der in third hour Communications classt QM the ringing or the bell draws near, books shuffle, lockers slam and students scurry to their next class, leaving a few lingering behind. ....,..........,.............4s...-...........,.,..-..--e. - ..,,,........,......-..- AAS sophomore James Johnston fades first football game of the season on Sept. AStudents dance to the disco beat pro. vided by disc jockey Mike Floyd at the Back to School dance on Sept. 15 hack to pass, senior Rick Adams and jun- 15- i '0' Mike Schirer defend him in the during Homecoming Week. This was the All the first year to not have class competition. unity. smile ' oioi iw i I , I is o classes worked together for school 1,1 ' ',., , " 'K V 1, ' - g 1' , -f V 1, r f, :url v I 'V I M 11 , . . , Wi i s I , , ,, ,. ,,,,....... .......... ...n.x-,.u.,....4-........,-N....,..-. l , i -V. i l qJunior Bryan Reusser tries to capture VJuniors Bobbie 0'Toole and Karen votes ff0m fellow ClHSSm6f6S at STUCO Hanke collect orders for the Junior Maga elections on Sept. 14. zine Sale held Sept. 25 through Oct. 1 l 1 1 l 4l"Smile and say cheese!" This and other expressions are heard in the audi- torium as students pose for Picture Re- take Day on Sept. 20. . , ., . . ,, , , ...,.......?......, ASeptember meant the return of the pep assembly to some students. Here students and teachers alike enjoy the first assembly of the year on Sept. 15. ,.4i.-...,-..uL-5-....L,....-4.---xx.-1 .Mi ,..--....J,.-. Homecoming Week brought about some new and interesting changes. ln an attempt to obtain more school unity, class competitions were revised. STUCO president Rick Adams stated, "Over all, the week was definitely a success. Homecoming had a goal of bringing the student body together in unity of school spirit. lt was a great challenge, and l am proud to be part of it." At the Coronation Assembly on Oct. 19, Leslie Vothwas crowned vi-Eemifinalists are lFRoNT ROWl queen and Rick Adams was named king. After the assembly, Queen Leslie, King Rick and attendants Jill Slack, Tish Palacioz, Dave Piehler and Dennis Walker were driven away in a chauffered limou- sine to enjoy the rest of their day. Voth, Dennis Walker, Nancy Slack, Cole awed' Rick Adams, Terri Preheim, Greg Gaeddertp lSECOND ROWl Leslie Nloserg CBACK ROWl Dave Piehler, Jill Slack, Judy Kehler and Scott Funk. QLarry Siemens, Leslie Voth, Dave and Jill Slack are recognized during AGrease Day brought some changes Piehler, Tish Palacioz, Todd Kirkpatrick halftime activities. Johnny Jones took a trip into the past VFor Halloween OEA sold gobbling Here students stop to send spooky V1-he Choral QYOUPS Pel'f0l'med their which could be bought for a quarter- messages. first concert on October 26. 2 Q, . K AThe5e Students look at their Work after decorate the halls. Classes were given des- it all f099Th9f- putting in hours of work after school to 5903196 GYBHS to decorate H155 Veal' to 'Cie , , .. A -Y ' ' ' " V ' ' ' ......g............,....-...,.-........- .... ,.Y...s.... .., ,-e..4 .-. .. ..,--.L-,,.g-4,-.ek,,15,.,1.,4h-.,k,..k i -:.. -gsfp'1':'!i-iq-:gli :'c-xr1v1vvQ4n-rnusafl-nllva' ,. ii . . 'WJ ' Y 'W' '7 A - if -7' --v -- ---' A- -- ""' A-f """f"""" A ' ' l l Seniors flock in the halls by senior alley measured for their cap and gown for the were picked out by the senior class of to order their announcements and to be graduation exercises. The announcements fice.-5 'Qswnwms Achaf DeSmifh al1d Shari Fiene block AKatie Unruh goes turkey hunting down Garrett looks on. The kangaroo court Cafolme Mlxon Whne 90mg UP for 3 Shot- the hall after Kent Franz as Deanna was a result of leaving out their lab key. vKendra Kaufman, Donita Smith and VBev Hunter, Pam Brandt and Scott Amy Jo Stieben, Jason Cook, Trey Sue Goossen prepare for the assembly. Funk help Angela Hunter, Cary Krier, Triggs and Rod Caldwell rehearse. lirnunnunlnllll f AHomecoming royalty, caught in a assembly, are Tish Palacioz, Dennis Wal- Adams, Dave Piehler and Jill Slack, formal moment after the coronation ker, Queen Leslie Voth, King Rick - .- l--.. --...,A-. ..,e.'.,.. ............4.........-....,.....g......l.:.4.m...,........ ,a..Q.A.H1.,,ti.-h-Q.i-w-m--,.- .LQ..-.......... ,.. . ..e.. QFreshmen Sheilie Franz and Tammy vKeith Wana' senior' puts Wrestling Girrens put the finishing touches on the m0Ve5 Un his opponent at the Derby STUCO Christmas tree. match on Dec 7' .""N-. ,l 4 ADarIa Harms, Kim Burton, Cara Penner, Jayne Hrdlicka and Jenny Goering sing the "Twelve Days of Christ- mas" at the French and Spanish Club program on Dec. 14. i f ,J 2 3 1' 1 DJunior Mindy Meirowsky listens gil' intently to a customer at the Arts and V 4114 Crafts Show in the Commons on Dec. 3. J "Wi -,7,,,ff- ww 1 AJack Shively talks to Choraleers and in selling oranges and grapefruits. Clubs l'aiSin9 project. Prizes were given to the explains to them all the important steps and organizations sold fruit as a money- top three salespeople. ASteve Stayrook, Frank Swoyer, Mike Tim Soth listen attentively after being Wenger, Scott Funk, Eric Branson and tricked in to coming to a prayer meeting. , A The new year was started with an old tradition. Winter Sports Week was held Jan. 15-19. The week was highlighted with many various act- ivities. On Monday the movie "Silver Streak" was shown. Tuesday stud- ents sported their favorite T-shirts for "T-shirt Day." Would-be gang- sters roamed the halls on Wednes- day, "Mafia Day." Crowned at the coronation as- sembly held on Thursday were Terri Preheim and Larry Siemens. Students dressed up in honor of the candidates. We also won the wrest- ling match against Campus. Friday was "Black and Gold Day." Stu- dents demonstrated their spirit by wearing the school colors. The freshmen captured first place at the annual Indoor Olympics. The week was topped off with the basketball team defeating Wellington. Kris Erickson, Angela Hunter and Ken Other attendants were Justin and Jer- Erickson carry the crowns and medals. maine Thaw and Julie Slack.A 2 ,Q U' - i 5 , 4 Juniors Robin Grafe and JO? Chapman AMembers of Stage Band warm up added a musical dimension by singing concentrate on passing the life-saver at before coronation. The Railaires also the traditional songs for the occasion the Indoor Olympics. ' Members of Choraleers under the dn- raise their voices in song at the traditional ection of student teacher Steve Miller Vespers C0nCeI't0I1 Dec. 17. e 2 DAn EI Dorado player draws a charging foul against senior David Piehler in the first basketball game of the season on Dec. 1. 1Q,,.,.-i 4. . I vcole Moser' senior' comes out on in the Newton Invitational. Newton WP Whlle Wfesthng 3 Camp'-'S Con placed third in the tournament. vMembers of the faculty attend a dinner held in the Commons on Jan. 17. G L fe: G 1 I , lift l riff? 'L 44631 M f f Y Y '3 5 " " ' "ri ' . .... l.inli . U I'-'E 2. ' ' -,., , 'W 'W' .,-,- :,..,. 7 , M, .Wh I I I ix ! an V Av 5, ,, f Q., A V, as , ,V ,S l ., , r AAfter being crowned queen, Terri Preheim is congratulated by Shari Fiene. -1-if 4 Nfl' I If 'JW' l vlvlark Llamas proudly drives the VSemi-'finalists are lFRONT ROWJ Funk, Judy Kehlerp lFOURTH ROWl DECA mini-float at the Indoor Olympics. Nancy Slack, Larry Siemens, Terri Pre- Lou Ann Sturm, Kendal Claassenp lBACK heimp lSECOND ROWl Nancy Jarchow, ROWl Ron Reber and lVlarie Martinez. Greg Gaeddert, lTHlRD ROWl Scott Not pictured is Keith Warta. ATaking time out for a picture before lSEATEDl Queen Terri Preheimp Slack, King Larry Siemens, Judy Kehler enjoying lunch at the Old lVliII Restaurant lSTANDlNGl Greg Gaeddert, Nancy and Scott Funk, are the Winter Sports Royalty: - , a .,...,-... -,....., .....,.,-,.-.,,v,i...4AA.,.j.... 4, hAi..Nw--,,..----g - ,. . .-.M Vaunior Raymond Tolbert wrestles his D-fodd Kirkpatrick buys a valentine WHY f0aViCt0YY against his EID0rad0 OP' message from Usherette Sarah Griffith ponent during a match in the regional on Feb- 9, wrestling tournament held Feb. 9-10. M,ss,,,, g Ai'Swimmers on your marks. Go!" heard as swimmers dive to begin a race This and the bang of the starting gun are in the AVL swim meet on Feb. 3. - -V- Af'hong Pak dresses up durmg Wmter Sports Week to show has splrlt Newton Rallers put up a good fight ATerry Wnllard practices her song while at the Mcpherson Tournament agamst Allcla Terrones takes a break durmg a W f k practice their rivals Hutchinson Salt Haw s f 7 X f--4, 1 A I ,-s AL , W4 , V I 7:30 1 W , . fi , ,X U ,f I I I . . sm N ' ' -. X: Qi a k f Aw tkr 1 f 5 , f 3 . If C- ,, '3 ,...s ,. ...l..1..'...,,,,.,..- ,fs M., .f-..,1M-was, .-W L me m " DMark Llamas and Kelly Lang give a sales talk for DECA scarves, hats and pom-pons at a pep assembly. VPhiI Scott explains the proper tech- nique in Tennis Club to Mike Schommer and Pat Schill. V V P-aww?-on ,-,--.... Tiil.i 2 f " , ,f ALesIie Voth, Judy Kehler, Teena Bol- ton, Gina Sadowski, Laurie Ash and Jill Slack take halftime break to talk with Bishop Carroll cheerleaders. Qlarolyn Goertzen and Nancy Jarchow, seniors, get ready to participate in the Homecoming parade. vJunior Donita Smith, 6SSiSTed bv BN-'Ce DEric Branson, alias Rumplestiltskin, in- l-etf, 3 member Of the Dallas Jazz QUHY- tently listens as Annette, the miller's Tet, works on her improvisation technique daughter, tries to guess his name in the fifth!-1jazzSWOfkSh0Pon Feb.1. ChiIdren's Theater play on Feb. 2. nament held Feb. 12, 14 and 15. 6 dFreshrnan Barbara Edwards out jumps ASeniors dance with their favorite l her Andale opponent in a jump ball dur- A ing the Freshman Girls' Basketball Tour- valentine at the Senior Valentines Dance on Feb. 15. "Lovers' Lane" was the theme used, and music was provided by disc jockey Mike Floyd. Members make changes V, W mf My f nf f , ,QW ,, , ,f,,,,, , , ,X , ,'y' A , Zajjjhe MfYtudent, Councilfevvas,Qne 6? ee e e VThe semor class otticers candidates wait their turns to give their speeches to , M , f, 595 Wcnanses B 'Z57l0m9C0mlQ'9 Meeker 4, 0 fffff fm mf of 4 me the student body during elections. A Jostens representative, Bob Dare,helps 0'Toole, Wendy Wentz and Frank Mindy Meirowsky, Bryan Reusser, Bobbie Swoyer select the class rings. Vlfiick Adams, STUCO president, ad- dresses the student body at an assembly. VShari Fiene, STUCO vice-president, hands out ballots at elections. APam Brandt, STUCOQ secretary-trea- sureg takes time out for a picture. P55 KX f M 6' Q ,.. ...- CCEFIJIJID ...- .., " 5 Qi " vBeth DuFriend, Teresa Unruh and Terri Prehiem sing and dance at the Hot Musical provides laughter Mfg V SY M., .,LV,...s.gQV: Q its ws tsss s O S G 4 j eTTX""- ss . T Q rr 'eg as f so f T to ,, X .N X X x is T s T Ns viVIark Paquette talks his way out of marrying Terri Prehiem. N I Affirchestra members take a breather of the many play practices. They made before starting their next number at one the musical just that-a musical. 1 1 1 I i N i i i i 1 i ARusseII Goering sings his advice to ASizing a cotton-covered frame to be Stayrook. They and other crew members his grandaughter, Sarah. used as a wall are Brian Dyck and Steve were an asset to the production. i as ...... -.ff-.,. -.. .-e....-.... .....-....,..,.... .. . is o E! i vSandy Nickel, Usherette president, Young ladies some school ' x'o'x' f Q ' 499 959 B30 ,lisheretiewyyhi H has iaefensb iogizg 1sXQW,fmaQgiu,, gxouf zogfains, f ,O ,mf 4 Ns ,X ,, , 4, S 51455, , ,fi q f ii 3, fx X, W. ,N ,Z s vw N fsf Wsyfsf sys A f Z "" X 'C ww Q' MN 'fi ' 'fx 7 fy ww if jf QSC W A Shanalyn Kiger, Priscilla Howard. and Patt Strain take part in discussion.- Tracey Okle, Lisa Howkins, LaCita King y 'AUsherettes are lFRONT ROWl Lisa Tracey Okle, Carol Jordan, Brigid Priscilla Howard, Marie Martinez and Hawkins, Michelle Unruh, Sandy Nickel, Arellano, Becky Gaede, Tina Crist, Crystal Johnson. Sara Griffith, Lori Shafar, lBACK ROWl LaCita King, Shanalyn Kiger, Patt Strain, . . . . .....----..., .-,.........L.........,4.4i.k,Qgb,,5A ..i4,4.h+.gw.,-ng,4,w.,....,.....,,.,..... ..L.,...,, . .... 1. ,. . . . . nv.-E 4-.. use m e ,,,,,, in Thespiabswwas ,mwaffxw f' f ' . 1 by aegwgulatung points fQ,lith'rough ayd9?qging Systern,',Po1nts ffgf , 371772 f - ,, were away ,Q fon the baslsaojacfub palgtgfifon. Ji f , fam s s l te WW?eciationfo?'ZW7WQicii I s y Q X xxxxx Xx.x l vAdrian Calabrese leads the discussion at a Thespian Club meeting, while Mark I rl i Enjoyment offered by club WW ZWWQ, of on- s 9' 1 X .-.. Paquette and Dan Kemme wait for their turns to speak. vMark Paquette, Thespian president, seems to be saying, Why should l know what we have planned. i l il al ii E l ' , I l l E l l l l I I Q Awendy Wentz tries to get the clubs' one of the schooI's largest clubs, kept provided shows for community enjoy- Q attention at a meeting. Thespians, 'being very active throughout the year. They ment. :..... -,f-..... . ..a......-.......,..,. the Fold at a mission meeting while ' . discuss their future together. V Gail Decker leads in singing "Follow Russell Goering and Mark Paquette join vGayle Humphrey and David Esau ll A Friends of Nathan, Adalaide, Sarah York to see if there is actually going to be ing Sarah and Sky, were married in the and Sky wait to in the streets of New a wedding. Nathan and Adalaide, follow- mission, ""' -"-""" Q"' qt-1-+ .. . ,.. , ,,, , ' ' , ,, W 7 V H ,,,. . ,, . V -f H , , , , -J-+-+.....-.--.,.,..........---..--L..g....................,.,,,....-e.L...,,,... l sae A Small club r r ,i, r f,! s A ,,, , Q Wa,,,heYpWzts merfibensfimprovefpefsorial as W I I fwM,,W.V,4 I ,away Q S l 5 Wmyellsaasafaapreparzfmbemselaess,few,a 4 Q Q Qi s1Ww-ValIQanfegnceygsssfarlsnngay r u, ..Xx 'WW ff sm ff Wm, ffmf s ff!! www X QQQXY Q vliatie Unruh, Deanna Garrett, Alicia , Watts and Melissa Unruh fill their plates W, 'f "V ff' ,ff Q69 ,,ff'7 ff. if is if H W AZolfageQSoffr3eeothe5 actxvmes' that f7 VFHA officers are lBOTTOlVl TO TOPl Sheila Bunner Katie Unruh Susan Buller, 1 ' ' I I e m a I a Alicia Watts and Tina Schmidt. - W , , 'V . ,, if WO C X if W 7 W W Q 7 ff 7 in Zh, af? A iQ ,K If Hhs ,Wy U 47515 ly! 1 ,,,, P li 9 ampmbertaw on X . f ff M fw. V , f f ,X , Zz Qanfa Vafal?d1Ch1sFYolr? tcyencgxnw Z Q gfe je Wd Ie schog Qudentsgoa ,X ,... at the FHA family Halloween dinner and party. 1 l l l l I i l i l l l 1 ll l 1 pl l 15 lg ATina Schmidt, leads the meeting while Sheila Bunner, advisor Nancy Meirow- ill ll il' ll , , ' Q, I If , .,.f,f it ,, ewan v,,,.., ,.,, f NW-wfff 4 sky, Katie Unruh and Susan Buller listen intently. l l ASusan Buller and Tina Schmidt discuss an upcoming event. 5 E QBEXSPA ESEE vFrench Club officers are David Hanna, Bobbie O'Toole, Kim Burton and Nancy b h U HVB ,9- 11 . El Us r QS ff-Ss f 1 V... W' :W Q l sf: -N .sys be C ff Q F050 My , ' 1 X uw W' Ms ' 1' .X.X X N .Ni N sw N 4 X Y Q7 VGina Gonzalez, Spanish Club pres- ident, explains some slides on Spanish gf-MJ , 2 Mfrs ., J Ar x9fYZ-W 'Q f ,ff A l r l The members of French Club along time out from their activities to pose with sponsor Annette Whillock take foraprcture foreign flair tttt g ,,Jl, , bblb tet,, , g G r r sss X S S Maria Qhapleg swassopen g to Z 523014 what fl3adZrbef3n42nrcQlecT C in Sleamin more? aboot f tis Items is culture to other members at one of their club meetings. Gina Gonzalez and Greg Rodriguez explain an upcoming film to Spanish Club A , , . ff .....v.......m.... .. A .-..-...Y f-I., .- ...A .V-.,...-- ,., V. . gass e s asf o e seams Common interest i outdoor enjoyment 1 , My ,U ,,,,, l nntne l, , . l or f ' l e vtijat merhbers he , bi-2:2 StUd6r11f3 fbosozif A the Q as expan , l l I s l 62909 fer membefgfalgmggygih spgngrzg, , fwgfwmwfg -, W gf ,A ,,f Wy yff 1 "W, af ff 24 'Wing' we .f gf fffwa . ,ff Aw. ss li l l r Don,Colborn made avisrvxgea horsew enpaodgafkedgabotlghe vgiwrrod eiayiogy f3j7!f'lSfZTU eeee Q . as - . MQW, i 2 Q ff, WW. fffj ff.. .W X ff 1 - 'WWI - W' Mich . l ' s - 1 'C C tomethie? I flastenedto speegQes gfVQ5'l,bYs least, 8,911 e ulpments i stables Q eet e i C so .tet . X so eeeo s C , eeetet,, ,f , M C f , l l 4 r ll VJuIie Henning, Horsemanship Club Vlflichard Watts, Johnny Jones, Oliver listen intently at a Horsemanship Club president' tells the members about plans r'l Fryhover and sponsor, Don Colborn meeting. i for the future. l ll ,W I ii ff 1 5' ff Z .- , .1 3 2 f 4 ' 'Z , M4 na-1 f Y l' ff l ll V , " Z gr r fl mf .,,, 4 lx . ,. f I f il , , y 13 r , ,,,, , l yi in A While Tennis Club sponsor Phil Scott Asteve Winter ly collects the balls, Mike Schommer adjusts ll .his grip and prepares to serve. and Jeff Davis talk to Maurice Benninga about activities which will be developing in Photography Club. .,l V 3. VDana Koch goes into the tank of the dunking booth during Greenhand Initiation 55+ - Club chooses sweetheart I r tpirrrebagfseventiynat ,started oiitlte I I sees fiee is Weafffor U28 if S1452 gm ffwf, ess I, ,qwfw ,Q Xf" j apo: f, , f ,Assam it gh. 3,4 X .bi gf XE A ,fff X r fs I iiie Zsarefrgenfswgs cWSnL2eds the-S1 fjfgxif ,gf 'fa 'QX,,f XQXX ,g fzQS',w,ff S VFFA Officers are iFRONT ROWl Gary Siemens, Anthony McNeill, Joel Koernerg Z l istt f saeeosrsnlldnlerb IXQ1 L r as rf srse L- I I L lBACK ROWl Larry Gronau, Gary Gatz and Diane McNeill. Sweetheart candidates and their es Rae Koch Norma English Rhonda Gary Siemens Anthony McNeill Larry corts are lFRONT ROWl Pam Drcken Brown Brenda Siemens iBACK ROWl chmrdt Doug Croft and Larry Gronau I I I I ' .... .... .,.,.L.. .-,.i.....e,.....F... ..,.-.'.... .-..............-?f.h..m5Q,......, a,.M.1-.,.iL.4y,..,,.P4..-,....Q----. ..a.,...,.........,..-. ..s..--.,- ..L. , . H., . -.ft....f Q .V N.. ...Q -A-w. . " ' ' f , M QE? LQQXEA H E 55355 ' Common goal is creating enthusiasm M , ,,,, ,, , 'f,' f wp? f ,If,, 1 x'xx ,,,,5, ,, I aa a , .A f r C C ,bUSeS W 0, f',,' f ' P 1 ,fi , ' Rebecsf,,f7,W5g,gQ1,ff:6'rf'en sto! f P sp, s d 551 of , aasa , f ffitiit-2V?Zxvi?eren't fnnffg who etfeba f ' . . ,P P ' ' Q P V itsvvas . , X W,z,!Z, . ' f ' f' X' e 42,52 2 f"' ffmff " 5 X v'3,,' n the and P C P ,wwf l zfgkgfgffwgre made 5593, f e we aiaf wlrrterispor go: n s. s s.l,s!,Ahe m9fning,3QQ!,Qr6.SC If 4, ss, .XAAX ' s Q N i. My ., 1 , student.a,Theffdeaf a e ' .-.- s 1 W ffw ' Q , f TWQUQVW ' 1 ' ,A X--f " M' i as ' X ssss and a as 'fseweds ssss P , ' H P 7 aaaaa L X e f Q V Z , aa,a Q ,,,,,, L lf 1. . if Q ,,,,, , f' :'fJ,"ff AW' AGay Grose, Pep Club sponsor, eyes one of the members at a meeting. ARaiIerette officers are QFRONT ROWl Nancy Slack, Brenda Siemans, Teena Bolten, Debbie Cervantes, Patti Paulson: N AVar5ity gheerleadefs display their during football season. Skits were also spirit with a pep Skit at 3 pep assembly given by other students. .4 ..--.....4.,.. ..........-...-,.... 4-.. . .. .....-.- . ., , ., . . CBACK ROWl Rochelle Schmidt, Bobbie O'TooIfe, Charlotte Bott, Laurie Ash, Pam Dicken and Shari Fiene. ANadine Dolezal, Pep Club sponsor, answers a question at a meeting. e V Aviation Club sponsor IVlarty Kaufman and Mark Weibe get the record player ready at their meeting. A MEM !!! - Technical interest shared r rttt r l if rrr, i t rrtr 7 1 ,l4, l.V, V ts X K lufssanwfche mem ers ,fied ,,rre , ho r fame., Mott, few If X X ttt.e rrrr ,r,t rrif VVICA officers Mike Poull, Mike Hanke bers in Order S0 fh9Y Can conduct the and Jack Salmans try to keep the mem- meeting- AJoe Overholt, Ken Janzen Jim Kirk- patrick and Roger Laswell pause to look , Mm ,X at some aviation magazin for Aviation Club spons or Marty Kauf es while waiting man to continue in her lecture. I I I , , ' Q . . Q , A , ... . ..-.- .............. .,. ,.:.-.,.-...........,.,.-...-cz. ....,.,- ..., - .,.. ,-...-...- .,.. ..,-....v.e,-,.......-......4,.......................... gww .,-1-,V vw-us.--1-sax ve -rw. ,mugs p r a i Largest club participates in activities r Fel lovvshupn of a Ch , Youth Qwas calledZz?Qf,ldD2tlrfrmatter enjoyed y t0QQt,hewA1fends1n9 theses ,, .WWQW I has sacrlficejthoug i l flfhergroup assgm- ttte ttttts so ttttttt c , r it VCharlotte Bott and Leslie Voth lead FCA members in group singing during i i l i i i l i i l Q l l l l i i l l i f l at fbled at7f"15 on Thurgaamrgfajjwgf change occurred iugthlis xfafs fmfngembershrp ln previous years then We yeamy 1-Zrzcouldfffbef a bl t 125 fhef Wfmem na as o .a,,5 SC s eeer their Thursday morning meeting. Before Christmas the members took their .. ,Mx?W,, .iy,, I . .. , . ww, of ew ' , XZ, ,Y 'IWW s Q1,uga6frifthe.ief5dership5gof5l5ion . Qlgeiy andQz5'fDan Bgndall. ,f f"i s . r ,fare tr, MF s atteggmg igl L tst---L - C singing talents outside school and went caroling downtown. l li 5, Awhile liste ' 1 f ' N09 0 one o the FCA Capps watch over the members attending, AMelissa Thompson leads the group li I speakers, sponsors Dan Randall and Ron singing- l V ..,..-.,r-.-.... .Y .... ..-..,-,.... .,, s vChar DeSmith, Paige Wilson and vJunior varsity cheerleaders are Thompson, Jenny Goering, Bev Barr Sandy Erickson listen intently at Pep lFRONT ROWl Nancy Crispino, Gayle lTOP ROWl Sue Humphrey. Club. Humphrey: lBACK ROWl Desiree A H - 3 4 . ,w,-wfQ,,f,,fev , , V, ff.,-,.,,,,,.,,.,,,,, ,V M g 74, ,,.v.,,, f , f ff H ,ff ' M . . . ...,s ,jp ,J r,r,r ,, gi .W AVarsity cheerleaders are lFRONT Sadowskip CSECOND ROWl Leslie Voth, KTOP Howl Jan Whidden. Teena BO' ROWl Jill Slack, Christy Connor, Gina Nancy Slack, Laurie Ash, Judy Kehlerg 100 and TiSh PalHCiOZ. I J' I QX E A 1-.-,,:..,-ae .-,.h, .- -,- VOEA President Liz Arellano and spon- , . n sor JoAnne Supernois discuss an upcom- I ing event. Business slul s are use W, ,WW W, f , , .U ,,, .. ,, ,, fvff 'WW ff f ,,ff ff, f f'f,,W,, ,, - 'W' .mn I, Him . Wfifv ,',, . , ff " ffffg W - "MZ, WM had s ,Wd D ' ,f ' Z ,mf 15,15 Wjberfsome,WenQ419 the? ESWDQLQQSTBQ ssso s 4, i xg, ffm ss ff W e , f ,f - ff - sf: ,4 if f. ,X.' s VOEA Club members patiently wait for their food after ordering at their ff 7 y if 42, V4 -My f fa, 'L f M 4, , f W ,f t. f W me W ,4 . ,ff WWW XQZ Wi . ffm ss W 'mf - 1, 9' X - Vwfif f fg' ff? ,Wi W .es pa renaacdn es teoo - breakfast meeting at West Wend Cafe. U Qi nf, 46, V ig .X ,,,,Wv4w"" ,W K .V-.f ADECA member Deanna McAdow sells AlVli0h8llf-2 Unfuh gives Bryan Reusser fore school and during lunch to meet the Ann Buller a carnation for Winter Sports the 0PP0l'TUnity to make a sale at the needs of students. Week. DECA Depot. The Depot was open be- H... . -Ji-..f.. .... . ..a., .. .....-......-.,..-.,.... ..... . Q SM Q " Clubs share common interest in culture to X " ' ,fvAll You hadfdco do tqbegm Chess, f ffmflrlunfyanrtres Zgporgsorfid ss ' ' sk. ' S f' if i Sf' -X site 'W' . f7fWlQf0 ts W ' X feivubivkzes E2S3aQ?1U9fe'W+ Qfceursefgsff ssggwnnre Seifiedsrs, was QF-1?!'!Sf12 Q IW, I .7 fG,, 4, 1 54511 gf, ,, t i .ir is V X if Z ZW ,ww tsl XM' 5, 4 Wwe 07,5 , T ,ff mfr, it 4 i , W ,' 4 ff e.eu ., be W srggrnhacgryltywas playing chess muster. 'lfigerr time acgvrtyspegmg iilaxitioi f ff M - xk.t 0 x , ,f,, awafdeds , , ' vHumanities Club members watch a puppet show given by Patty Herron. .ai VDan Gaede, Jim Glover, Mike Schirer and Robert Gaede show concentration s bssb 1 s r b f b r llseueffssi this 5? U36 remofifgywlry e , ,M sess ,f, ,V ,is Iet s M e iQ f -sk f t- ,g. W, sl ' If ts , 5 5,4 ,ff 7 freiatr ynsswrths eo ies Mem, r ff . .. X 7 .. .t.: fl during their chess games during activity period. AHumanities Club members take a trust APGOPWS Club members listen iHf0I1flY S0me upcoming events at their meeting. Walk during activity period to sponsor Jack Thaw as they discuss .,. , .,. M--. N.. .., , ......A----A-...-..---...-... - ..e . . , .. - ,, , . ,s ,, F- ' , i -----N---.i---. --.-....4.. ,q,.....,,....,..,......,.L.,-..,....s...-..,...........-..-..--x,..Ls...-..-.........-.....,.,..... ..,-. . . ,,.. ...,- . . .. . ,, DSeniors Alicia Terrones and Denise Sauerwein look on as Nancy Jarchow proudly catches the bridal boquet in Prac- tical Family Life. VBrian Linn, Mark Paquette and Doug Krause put on the half-time show at the football game along with other members of the band. , , 3 Alunior-Senior P.E. members play a fri- endly volleyball game. QEvan Ice acts out a story in Bev Hunter's Honor Speech. 5 SSBQ SXEGB SBESSXQQMEBQAL - Q Clubs share . Q- so ,f ,Q f jfwgfifrs gs. if ffksj We iw 971g " 1 gs ff life W, 7 , fi Wei ,ff 7 S' QS, BTW s Cz, ,2g. 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The large flock of people Tournament on Jan. 12. work serving their customers in the was due to the Invitational Wrestling gnli .,..,, , ,- ,,. - .,,. .- W-..,--.,,-...---....,,..-MA,.......-.....L.....-.......,.,-..., .g...................... -----4--1--+----4---'-v----- ----f-1 '-- P- Alden Albaugh Yolande Bestgen Don Colborn Vicki Cook Ron Gould Bev Hunter Kathy McAtee Dave McCracken Joy Schirer Barbara Scofield Bonnie Selanders Alden Stratton ..., vm... . 11 4 f-6 if Xi I l if few sm f FN - f f fn V 1 ' . 'f5 B' ef X f.,1', f 9 QV I 5 . . . courses stress traditional studies English classes took on a more traditional emphasis than in past years. Mini courses were eliminat- ed although some were incorporat- ed into semester courses. Soph- omore classes also introduced a unit on writing research papers. An effort was made to stand- ardize the study of grammar within each grade level, and for freshman and sophomore classes, grammar was expanded to a nine-week study. Next year the department hopes to add a practical though less traditional dimention in the form of a business and vocational English class. The Department also gained two new teachers. Bon Gould taught College Prep English and Yolande Bestgen taught Debate. Vllon Gould's College Prep English class plays the "ungame," a discussion game. 1 if KX J UJIEUJIIII ..-4L..,....-..,....,.........-.,.4..... . .. , ,Av 2 , I , . 4 , .JJ , . l 1 Vicki cook 5, k , I , :L ' I . , , fs' , . :Vq H , i , ' t fn- vs, 1 1 f ,K -fi' ' ff f r I ' L 'fa -, ' , 1 M" ,' ff VK, X f jun ff oz students profit from composer Newtonian staff members work- ed harder to meet their biweekly deadlines because of a decrease in the staff size and an additional two pages per issue Time was found however for turning the journalism room into a disco- teque and hiding food from the yearbook staff The 1979 Flallroader staff con- sisting of eleven juniors and seniors, along with an IBM Electronic Sel- ectrlc Composer typewriter, work- ed together as well as can be ex- pected on late night deadlines lll . . - I I I . , K ., 1" I , --V-asf .. " .ia ',.,:, f "rl, it ii ' ' J ""." " , . 35, aff: "' Y Q 1' ,- H it f ".,v.,. 'ff--et , . r 'A" fig. M ff 6A " + f r - t , ' ,W 1 , .,.L K , K xii A I fuifiiplz. A N QSheldon Holstine pantomimes the song "Junk Food Junkie" for Bev Hunter's Speech class. DStudents in Bible as Literature take a break form their studies to munch on Christmas goodies. V0liver Smith concentrates on a reading assignment during Alden Stratton's third hour English Ill class. ACara Penner, sophomore, works dil- igently on a research paper for English. ABM! Moser cross examines Ed Wade' VMike Anderson interviews Wes Long as Joel Nelson and Bryan Reusser pre- for a cable -I-V show produced by the pare their attack in a class debate. N tl' '4' 0' A -rms' 1 I fflfw X' Radio and TV class in November Max Voran aids in the taping ra if fb Adrian Calabrese r A , .f 7 lf., .f . A 7 . . .classes haunted by mystery figure Two new classes and a myste- rious resident theater ghost were added to the Drama Dept. Acting Repertoire, a select group, rehear4 sed scenes to perform for local organizations and for other English classes. Children's Theatre was also added to the curriculum. Students wrote, rehearsed and presented plays for grade schoolers. "Agatha Margaret," the other major addition to the department, was noted for causing mysterious happenings She supposedly had a habit of moving props turning lights on and off and creating ima glnary music ' tvwf' 9 2 , , 4 gm' A5 7 v 'I 'Z Y 'L VBrigg Johnston, light master for VDuring fourth hour Stage Play Pro- "Guys and Dolls," checks light plugs in duction, Wendy Wentz paints a sign for preparation for the show. a Broadway scene. Rehearsrng a scene from the Chrld rens Theatre Christmas show The Mouse Who was Strrrrng, are Paige Wrl son Mother Earl Unruh Santa Claus Jacque Hand Narrator Julie Gosney Mouse Mrllrcent Alexander Blrtzen .4 lawfg hlle IFISTYUCTIHQ Mllllcenf Alexander manages to force a smrle amidst a before on how to paint the set Adrian Calabrese play mess I 1 . . . - , . . ' l T A Y Y I I ..V' kr I V'r,V". ill' l VV 41, A , A - - - , ' A I . . I H yn 7. 2 VW . .,,, ff me re V . . ,, , , .Af ., ' , 5 . ff- I P I : AW . . . . . D A - I I ' , ' , ' . . 'E A le v W 71 fir Q Composer typists, Judy Kehler, Katie Unruh, Brenda Siemens, Pat Rankin, Debbie Schierling and Tracey Okle spent many hours typing copy for both staffs. DOften, after a particularly late dead- line, The Newtonian staff leaves messages as evidence of their labors. This black- board was the victim of many wars fought between both staffs. Q Byron Becker puts his head "in the gutter" in order to take a unique picture.. A Yearbook students celebrate Thanks- giving by having an indoor picnic. Staffers found time to celebrate everything from birthdays to Ear Wax Day. QGetting into the spirit of one of the most popular movies this year, "Animal House, " the Railroader staff relaxes with their own toga party after meeting their first deadline. They are lFRONT ROWl Ruth Kreider, Carolyn Goertzen, Shari Fiene, Julie Jones, lSECOND ROWl Rob Vicin, Tim Sothg lBACK ROWl Desiree Kelsch, Denise Sauerwein, Richard Bren- neman, David Wiens, Deanna Garrett. L DEvery year Newtonian staff members have been one big happy family! This year was no exception. To carry the family relationship one step further they assigned positions on the family tree. They are lFRONT nowl Tracey Okle, the baby of the family: Doris Chavez, in charge of family business: Scott McCloud, better known as "Mr, Playboy": Alicia Watts keeps the family in good working relationships: lSECOND ROWl Pam Dicken, well Iet's just say she goes from job to job: Jayne Hrdlicka, known as "Wild Jaynef' represents the family as "Miss Congeniality" at the Playboy Club: Lance Kennedy, the indescribable song Bobbie O'TooIe, the nice sister lwhen she's sleepinglp lTHlRD ROWl Tina Schmidt, is the family evangelist: Sandy Nickel, one of the daughters, is known for her big smile: Gail Decker, known as "Miss Cookie Monster" is also a daughter: Rick Adams, the super jock son: lBACK ROWl Vicki Cook, is better known as "Granny Cookie"p and last but not least, Murray Penner, the daddy! .,. ..,. .... .-,.,..,. .,-....,..........-.,.....,..,.,,.,....,. 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I I lb f .51 f X 4 I f X ZZ S, ' if if ' W ,I If f. ,.',, L , 4 ?T'i 1 1,3 il x, x at v 4 ff, yy L' Qxn rf -ffl - 'ef I 324 ...lose students in a colorful world French and Spanish rooms with colorful maps and posters helped students to lose themselves in an- other world. Spanish and French students alike studied basic grammar and vocabulary skills, along with dia- logue readings in front of the class. Spanish students were often found eating IVlexican food while French students were found at movies in Wichita. During the year each language had contests held in Wichita, DGina Gonzalez, Dan Garcia, Jeannie Rucker and Tanya lVlcOuilIiam practice in preparation for their Spanish Contest. VMary Barr, Mike Brookshire, Wendy Reimer and Scott Barnhart practice "The Night Before Christmas" for the French-Spanish dinner. V IVlaria Chaple helps Tanya IVlcOuilIiam with her Spanish assignment. l Jan Hoberecht Gladys Niles 'M , ' N, g , -N i fifth sl vClay Carrier clowns around in the Nledia Center as he takes time out for some "serious" reading. ASeniors Terry Willard, Carla Reimer, Dan Kemme and Julie Henning discuss physics before school. . ..Center provides As a place to relax, read and even do occasional research or home- work, the lVledia Center served well. A trend tovvard more fictional reading developed with added interest in the classes Life Coping Skills and Individualized Reading. In addition to teaching the sixty resourses, relaxation students who took Library Science or served as aides, the librarians spent time in other English classes orientating students with the Ii- brary system. vChris Lassley, Patty Bernhardt, Sheila Funk and Ricky Werner research for a World Geography report. r i A0nce in a while, Steve Stayrook, Flegier manage to catch up on studies dur- Annette Lyon, Diane lVlcNeill and Heidi ing their free fourth hour. , H- . ,,: .. . V .-...'...,.-...L..i,...4,...-.......,.....,.....-....-- a.c.4t...-..,-. .... . ... .... s., .X 2 2 . . .students' heads drilled with ideas Test tubes, mixtures. com- pounds and alloys were just a few of the different ideas drilled into science students' heads this year. But also, a heavy emphasis was spent on the topic of safety. There was a new addition to the science staff this year. Nadine Do- lezal taught freshmen and junior students. All the teachers used different methods .in the department and many juniors and seniors remarked upon how they liked Chuck EngeI's Kangaroo Court punishment pro- cess for tardies. -' I X l D After finishing their assignment, stu- dents take part in a "crap game." VSylvia Sandoval looks over for some help inljscience. fy QLiz Schoby, Stacey Wolting and Dana Huskerson adjust the scale for an exper- iment during Nadine Dolezal's General Science class. - vFred Schoby learns how to light a Bunsen Burner in science class. , -jf, W ,i,lf2tif-4 ' J , ?f,y.,V, I 5 :f1Jl'.Qfl: 1 . -J l' L, iw X I W' si li? 'l ., 54 fl! .1 Larry Wewer Rick Fryhover and Fischer gets her hot pads. l V , Eddie Gelysteen wait anxiously as Kathy 1 I individual needs Learning Lab consisted of two separate programs, Individualized Instruction Resource Center llIRCl and Specialized Education. IIRC helped students with diffi- culties in various classes. Students who had trouble in a certain sub- ject received individualized help from IIRC in order to finish grad- uation requirements. Specialized Education helped students with problems in learning. Students received individualized instruction centered around adult living. Special emphasis was placed on job placement and taking care of a home - budgeting, cooking, buying clothes and furniture. New teachers were added to the department. Dellis Dick assisted students in Learning Lab while Debbie Reinhart helped with Special Education. l l. lk l 7 l l f f , . , ZrmmL:MMm,,.,,,,, ,,,, ,, AJovena Sidders and Robin Stout work on their assignments in IIRC. DNancy Schroeder, paraprofessional, assists Larry Wewer with his homework. Dellis Dick Ruth Mayberry Sally McKee Debbie Reinhart I , V, In 1.4, ' W ' P ' Z, ,W t C , . I . ,,-. l y , 7 .QW Aff I . ,A , ' x J. Vg- g u-'v-,--. ., I ir... K, 'l a I , . 13 '3 A095 9 f 'f L cf Q,-f4Zf.', a 234 Q, f 'ny 5 ,f J 5 f 1 if 1 , ff' f' . Q . 4 . .U ,Iv paw? , 1, N, 0 , -5,1 fa,-X, ,445- students try to solve problems Numbers? Definitely! Students could attempt to solve anything from Lab lVlath, offered for 'stu- dents with very little knowledge in math, to Analytic Geometry, of- fered for students with detailed backgrounds! Although a course dealing with mathematics requires a lot of home- work, many students evidently did not mind taking the time to do it, or maybe they decided that when they start college it will make life much easier. Whatever the case may be, the math enrollment was still high, and because of interest, teachers hope to introduce a new class called Computer, Science to the students next year. vlflon Capps mingles among his fourth them with a difficult homework assign hour Algebra I students in order to help ment Sandy Nickel gives her full concentr Clarence Niles cracks a smile as he ation to a math assignment demonstrates hrs lrttle factoring friend a Mi gift from Newspaper students who ap parently thought calculators were not advanced enough A '1 -IP Bud Akin Cindy Bogart Nadine Dolezal Chuck Engel Marty Kaufman VV, Z: V "l,,3fQigfMs:j,7gM3 , 1 ' '.,, A , , ' js Hee? iw" - ". ,V Af ' 'lil C "L fr- VX -' 5,1 -- , j.f,-3-wr'-1' V, ,liil C r ' ."f, f y . X f - f l ,1 w , l XAMXJ i 'nit., 1195121 ' K f l Awillie Barkman prepares to marry a skelton in a "Kangaroo Court." DStudents in Cindy Bogarts' Life and Death Science class take a test. 2 Bron Walton and David Wiens study hard in third hour Chemistry. J l 5 fp W6 rw!! Robert Kruer if I 'V 'C . I ' vX,:1'l -- , T I y , 1 ' L. , a . . .groups focus energy on performance "Focus the tone. Cut off togeth- er. ENERGY!" These were com- mon suggestions of Robert Krier to his five choral groups: Railaires, Choraleers, Les Chantes, Concert Choir and Treble Choir. All of these choirs, along with Sante Fe and Chisholm, combined efforts for a mass Christmas Con- cert. ln addition, Railaires and Choraleers presented the tradi- tional Vespers Concert complete with candlelight and iiff decorations. VRaiIaires pose for a picture after the traditional Vespers Concert in December. Members are QFRONT ROWD Susan Hard- er, Mark Gard, Terri Preheim, Russell Goering, Wanda Downen, Mark Llamas, Heidi Regier, Mark Paquette, Nancy Jarchowp KBACK ROWJ David Hall, Ruth Kreider, Matt Hiebert, Lorlyn Martens, David Esau, Charlene Koerner, Jon Newell, Annette Lyon, Gary Siemens. The year continued with contests in the spring and was topped with the Pops and Jazz Concert by Rail- aires and Stage Band. vMembers of Les Chantes are iFRONT ROWl Nancy Crispino, Jamy Wolter, Rhonda Brown, Sheryl Esau, Caroline Mixon, Marcy Garcia, Marty Warkentine, Kim Silvernaleg ISECOND ROWl Desiree Thompson, Lori Harms, Susan Harrold, Joyce Covalt, Pam Dicken, Kristy Gray, Susan Merrifield, Connie Penner, Lori Goeringi iBACK ROWl Wendy Reimer, Debbie Walz, Brenda Siemens, Beth DuFriend, Pam Wright, Sue Goossen, Bev Barr, Paula Stucky. Not pictured is Kathy Sundstrom. Ron Capps Clarence Niles Jean Peterson Dan Randall Ivan Schirer Franco Sjogren Z4 '57 -- ,A ,l t li , ' . if , IW, , ' 'H Pf it l -. V Y ,Q 4' V 1-wx g- , ' A T v.'-1 gr I H If 4. ' , ' ' Q' I L X ', -f. . I 1 1 2: , ' W' ' fu: Q ' - f .' "fE ' 'f 175' , , 7 1 ,Q f t biifwsif' ' S ',, ' , f , , ff - Q. E15 , it ' ,, , 1 "" ,MU , '+GJ" ' ' 5 :l1iZ'i"ff?3332fsigL'.:1 'i ,, i s 4 i f ' M If A ' ' , ' 1 -3122-f113Qf'13l V. 1 , Q x W. , 4 4 , .,, , A t nm. Q-2 5324. ,wf 'j 44' " ' ' 'ax .- 4 , . , ,. ... . as aesas a C as , l a 5' W mm ,gQg .L .gf VFirst hour Trigonometry students Niles instructs them on sine, cosine and Vsixth hour General Math students show a variety of reactions as Clarence tangent functions. listen as Dan Randall lectures' Alvan Schirer moves toward the board to discuss lessons for the day. Janet Suderman ponders over a math AAlan Deckert escapes the cold in Trig problem as she tries to decide what onometrV bY hiding under his coat was just said in Trigonometry. while David Esau adds another head V' on f ,,-.. , fs. A, " Q wife 352, G Id K' 7 J ' -1 4 era lger if j 4 S - ,..g..ef - . , bm ITU 'VS Francis Toews sf- at xy fa l f l I . i l . ,, ...course benefits from a jazz artist Conerts, clinics and contests kept both Stage Band and Orches- tra continually rehearsing. The music area was often seen bustling with action as these groups compet- ed for the precious rehearsal time during third hour. Stage Band received the privilege of working with Reed Arvin, a jazz artist in residence from Wichita, every Wednesday. Arvin also help- ed a newly formed jazz combo with improvisation Two clinics run by the Thad Jones IVleI Lewis Band and the Dallas Jazz Ouartet were attended by Stage Band members Along with the usual concerts and contests Orchestra accompan led the musical Guys and Dolls The group also participated in a mass Honors Orchestra during January composed of selected orchestras from the district DOrchestra provided Tern Preheim Jana Henning and Marva Hiebert an op portumty for various activities Z' vRobert Krier cracks a smile while warming up the Railaires for the Home- coming rehearsal. A ,afA:,g,4 QDave Neely, counselor, assists the new- ly formed Concert Choir as a soloist in a contemporary selection. Accompanying are Kathy Cannon, Cathy M. Smith, An- nette Gatz and Richard Williams. vLost in the excitement of making dis- rict choir, these Railaire students lFRONT ROWl Mark Paquette, Terri Pre- heim, lSECOND ROWl Lorlyn Martens, David Hall, Heidi Regier, lTHlRD ROWl Jon Newell, Wanda Dowen, David Esau: lBACK ROWl Mark Gard, Gary Siemens, Russell Goering, show their enthusiasm. QMiddle schoolers join the high school choirs to present a combined Christmas concert. Members of Choraleers, pictured in their ne robes, are lFRONT ROWl Susan Buller, Katie Unruh, Gail Decker, Marcia Sholders, Gayle Humphrey, Kendra Kaufman: lSEC- OND ROWl Terri Preheim, Janna Harrold, Janet Suderman, Becky Gaede, Terry Unruh Norma English, Charlotte Bott, Diana Pen- nerg lTHIRD ROWl Susan Harder, Nancy Jarchow, Tod McKim, Robbie Barnes, James Wulf, Greg Dome, Mark Paquette, Brian Pre- heim, Dawn Dodgion: lFOURTH ROWl Char- lene Koerner, Judy Kehler, Lorlyn Martens, Wanda Downen, Ruth Kreider, David Hall, Mike Wenger, Debbie Cervantes, Diana Dalke: lFIFTH ROWl Annette Lyon, Russell Goer- ing, Mike Schmidt, David Hanna, Tom Meier, Nancy Ice, Marva Hiebert, Doris Hoelscher, Sandy Nickel, Heidi Regier: lBACK ROWl Tom Gaeddert, David Martens, David Esau, Tim Soth, Matt Hiebert, Mark Gard, Jon New- ell, Ed Boley, Donita Smith. Not pictured are Mark Llamas, Rae Koch, Gary Siemens. Dwight Beckham Francis Toews f , Li u. ,Z 5 ' ,I J 5 1...-, . V J. -Z f I z V, f Q , ' -sg! Q 4 I . . .pulls together through intense practice Practice, practice and more practice -- that was what pulled together each of the three concert bands: Symphonic, Small Sym- phonic and Wind Ensemble. Vlanice Grochowsky, Kevin Kasitz and Robert Curiel beat out their frustrations while Sherri Peterson and Dawn Caton focus their attention on the clarinet line during their February concert. As in past years, students aud- itioned for Wind Ensemble. But this year anoth er select band, Small Symphonic Band, provided addit- ional opportunity for advancement. DJack Salmans appears as though nothing could faze him as he barrels out "um pahs" during a Small Symphonic Band rehearsal. 'Uviembers ,of wana Ensemble are lFRONT ROWD Mary Sprunger, Diana Penner, Carolyn Florez, Julie Henning, Terry Willard, John But- ton, Caroline Mixon, Annette Steider, Lori Ensz, Marla Stucky: lSECOND FlOWl Tim Burkhart, Katie Unruh, George Garcia, Nick Carper, Brian Preheim, Jana Henning, Char- lotte Bott, Mike Schmidt, Rhonda Brown: lTHIRD ROWl Evan Ice, Greg Opland, Paul Schrag, Ken Janzen, Pete Kemme, Mike Wen- ger, Ed Boley, David Martens, Larry Schmidt, Jack Salmans, Wanda Downenp lSTANDINGl Mark Paquette, Janice Grochowsky, Gary Frey, Robert Curiel, Kevin Kasitz, Dwight Beckham, director. Not pictured are Barry McAnuIty, Todd McAnuIty. AMembers of Orchestra are lFlRST ROWD Kendra Kaufman, Rachel Moyer, Darla Herbel, Diane Bevan, Alicia Terrones, Brian Wiebe, Shanalyn Kigerp lSECOND ROWl Donita Smith, Judy Hill, Lori Musser, Janine Dyck, Carla Reimer, Julie Henning, Terri Preheim, Jana Henning, Marva Hiebert, Terry Willard, Dan Kemme, lBACK ROWl Sue Goossen, Ei- Ieen Albright, Mike Friday, Berry Craig, Barry McAnulty, James Wulf, Brian Preheim, Nick Carper, Pete Kemme, Mike Wenger, Jack Sal- mans, Gerald Kiger, director, Wanda Downen. Not pictured are Ed Boley, Russell Goering, Mark Paquette. AThose awarded as outstanding mu- sicians by the National Association of Jazz Educators are Wanda Downen, Barry McAnulty, Charlotte Bott and Dan Kemmej Qstage Band particpants are lFRONT ROWl Director Francis Toews, Wanda Downen, Mike Wenger, George Garcia, Donita Smith, Gary Frey, Mark Paquette, Dan Kemme, lSECOND ROWl Scott McCloud, Charlotte Bott, Jack Salmans, Ed Boley, David Martens, Julie Henning, Pete Kemme, lBACK ROWl Tim Burkhart, Todd McAnulty, Keith Warta, Berry Craig, Barry McAnulty, James Wulf. Not pic- tured is Bob Hand. Awanda Downen watches intently as members of the Dallas Jazz Quartet, Reed Arvin and Bruce Lett, instruct her on improvisation techniques. AThose who were selected for the District 6 Orchestra are Shanalyn Kiger, Donita Smith, Judy Hill, Kendra Kauf- man, Brian Wiebe, Darla Herbel, Rachel Moyer, Diane Bevan, Sue Goossen. QStage Band member George Garcia keeps on tooting in spite of his injury. . S.- . . .add pizzazz to What would football be without a half-time show, or pep assemblies without a Pep Band? Both the Marching Band and Pep Band helped jazz up school activities. The Marching Band not only played at all the home football games, they also marched in parades and partic- ipated in a contest at WSU in Oc- tober. DMembers of Pep Band are IFRONT ROWl Teresa Unruh, Mary Sprunger, Carolyn Florez, Elizabeth Wulf, Sharon Salmans, Karen Wiens, George Garcia: lSECOND ROWl Sherri Peter- sen, Lori Ensz, Marty Warkentine, Debbie War- kentin, Vicki Almond, Terry Willard, Mark Paquette, Gary Frey, Mike Friday, Dan Kemme, Julie Henning: lTHIRD ROWl Dawn Caton, Laurie Schill, Louise Smith, John But- ton, Christy Grant, Rhonda Brown, Tim Burk- hart, Katie Unruh, Vince Martinez, Wanda Downen, Jack Salmansp lFOURTH ROWl Nick Carper, Brian Preheim, James Wulf, Marcia Sholders, David Wiens, Pete Kemme, Ken Jan- zen, Mike Wenger, Ed Boley, David Martens: lBACK Bowl Dwight Beckham and Francis Toews, directors,Greg Opland, Barry McAnulty, Roger Perkins, Evan Ice, Larry Haury, Paul Schrag, David Merrifield, Larry Schmidt, Steve Reber. VDuring Band Day at WSU the Marching Band takes time out to pose for a picture at Cessna Stadium. games, assemblies Unlike the Nlarching Band, Pep Band was not offered as a class. Students volunteered their time for the before-school practices. The band added life to home athletic events and helped set the mood at pep assemblies. DLarry Haury, Kendall Zielke, Vincent Tafolla and David Wiens let out their Railer steam at a football game. N , vNIembers of the Small Symphonic Concert Band are lFRONT ROWl Julie Henning, Carolyn Florez, Diana Penner, Mary Sprunger, Elizabeth Wulf, Charlene Koerner, Andrea Sanderson, Cathy Ferguson: lSECOND ROWl Terry Willard, John Button, Caroline Mixon, Annette Steider, Robin Grace, Mike Schmidt, Rhonda Brown, Charlotte Bott, Jana Henning, Marva Hiebert, Marcia Sholders, Nick Carper, Brian Preheim, George Garcia, Katie Unruh, Tim Burkhart, lTHlRD ROWl Lori Ensz, Marla Stukey, Christy Grant, Debbie Warkentin, Larry Haury, Roger Perkins, Todd Chambers, Evan Ice, Greg Opland, Paul Schrag, David Wiens, Mike Wenger, Ed Boley, Pete Kemme, Ken Janzen: lBACK ROWl Dina Knudson, Laurie Schill, Sherri Petersen, Dawn Caton, Kelly Gosney, Mark Paquette, Janice Grochow- sky, Robert Curiel, Kevin Kasitz, Gary Frey, Wanda Downen, Steve Reber, Larry Schmidt, Jack Salmans, David Martens, Dwight Beckham, director. Not pictured are Kelli Wondra, Barry McAnulty, Todd McAnulty, Richard Watts, Darla Harms. VThose who were chosen for the District 6 Band are lFRONT ROWl Mike Schmidt, Nick Carper, Caroline Mixon, Terry Willard, lSECOND ROWl David Martens, Julie Henning, Jana Henning, Marva Hiebert, lBACK ROWl Mike Wenger, Larry Schmidt, Jack Sal- mons, Ed Boley. A,Concentrating on his bass clarinet part during a Small Symphonic Band rehearsal is Mike Schmidt. AMembers of Symphonic Concert Band are KFRONT ROWl Elizabeth Wulf, Charlene Koerner, Andrea Sanderson, Brenda Becker, Kim Balfour, Cindy Goertzen, Mary McReynoIds, Karen Wiens, Doreen Herrington: lSECOND ROWl Christy Grant, Debbie War- kentin, Dina Knudson, Robin Grace, Marva Hiebert, Marcia Sholders, Gretchen Wells, Sharon Salmans, Mary Kirkpatrick, Sheila Bunner, Cathy E. Smith, lTHIRD ROWl Laurie Schill, Sherri Petersen, Kelly Gosney, Scott McCloud, Roger Laswell, Kaleen Murphy, Vince Martinez, David Richardson, David Mer- rifield, Danny Sauceda, Doug Grosch, Todd Chambers, Larry Haury, Roger Perkins, lFOURTH ROWl Daniel Barnard,Sara Reimer, Louise Smith, Vicki Almond, Bobby Van Horn, Steve Reber, Paul Baker, Mike Murray, Marty Dannar, Jeff Huskerson, Ronnie Swickard, Steve Winter, John Regier, Todd Musser, Vince Tafolla, Earl Unruh: lBACK ROWl Brian Linn, Brett Barnhart, Mike Friday, Doug Krause, Lloyd Miller, Eric Wiens, Joel Koerner, Darla Harms, David Wiens, Francis Toews, director. Not pictured are Gina Arellano, Dawn Caton, Cathy Ferguson, Ron Hays, Mike Lafoe, Pat Meires, Roy Nye, John Regier, Darren Stan- ford, Teresa Unruh, Debbie Walz, Marty Warkentine, Richard Watts, Kelli Wondra, Kendall Zielke. S 2 ...courses add physiology, first aid Changes were made in the Phys- ical Education Dept. Jack Thaw, new to P.E. but not to NHS, re- placed Gary Salmons by teaching Junior-Senior P.E. and Freshman P.E. An added unit, first aid, was in- cluded in all freshman classes, while physiology was added to sopho- more classes. A mixture of co-ed and segre- AGene Hanson directs Peggy Terbovich on her tumbling form as a pair of unidentified flying legs flip by. s n-'91 gated classes was offered. ln the fu- ture, however, the hope is to move toward all co-ed classes. DNlike Anderson sets the ball as Richard Lord and Tony Griffie look on during Jack Thaw's fourth hour class. vlien Vetter takes the "Nestea plunge' as students in the Junior-Senior Swimm- ing class build a human pyramid in water. I Houston Devms , zb, by Tom Nevills ,.rqr?f.s' "A" Larry Preston I J o b 1. V mmf ,... VTom Nevills assists Gwenda Harms ' I with her clay sculpture in Art l. n I Art provided an opportunity for students to develop individual ex- pression in visual form. This was en- couraged through a wide variety of media, from drawing and painting to silk screening and rug hooking. Students entered projects in var- vLarry Preston seems to be thinking, "Get off my case!" as Mark Gard, Judy ious contests throughout the year. Among those entered were lVlidIand National Bank's calender contest and the Scholastic Art Awards competion. Some students also displayed their work at the Arts and Crafts Show in December. Hill and Kendra Kaufman tease him during their fourth hour art class. AMatt Hiebert shows concentration as ADiana Martinez plays tricks on our Preston's Advanced Drawing and Painting he throws a pot for his independent art eyes with her optical artwork for Larry class, class. . ..,.. X -2 ...not just sewing and fancy cooking Gay Grose, a new face around our school, added to the Home Economics Dept. Grose graduated from Pittsburg State University, and is now the instructor for Practical Family Life and Child Care. Throughout the year, classes had various speakers and field trips. A highlight for Clothing lll students was the opportunity to make flags for the marching band. lVlost of all, many of the students learned that Home-Ec is not all cooking and sewing. A VRusty Jolliff turns to pose for the cam- era while preparing to wash dishes in Foods I. ADennis Reif, as well as many other guys, are showing an increased interest in Home-Ec. QTrying to make Lisa McCulloch and Chris Capps believe they still owe Carol Hinton a quarter after buying cookies seems impossible. Nillw Terry Elder l P Delbert Erickson ,M I, 4 is 52,5 il I 1 'F Gene Hanson Jack Thaw Jan Wilkey ji E W 'Aw 35 ' , , . 54, rv , . x 1.45. ADavid Martens grimaces to show the pain and torment of calisthenics. 31 v f Nj AKendaIl Zielke harrasses a snake found during fourth hour Sopho- more P.E. as Mark Swoyer and Doug Krause look on. Qlaige Wilson and Norma English work out on the new hydra-gym while aide Barb Oller observes. VAs the gym turns into a disco, Jerry Martin, Tom Gaeddert, Kendall Claa- ssen and David Martens show their "en- thusiasm" for the new trend. Leonard Ellis Joanne Supernois ,"' 6 . 1 ' . , rf-Q pf-A., , 'f..,,- ff.-R, ! ...classes prepare students for jobs Students in Distributive Educa- tion and Vocational Office Educa- tion proved that it is possible for students to have a job and spend time with their studies. Require- ments for the classes were to be a senior, attend vocational and school required classes plus be employed. Distributive Education was a preparatory class for a retail selling or business job. The students learn- ed skills which could be used in- stead of, or as extra finances for, college. Learning skills necessary for an office job was the goal of the Voca- tional Office Education class. They worked throughout the year on pol- ishing these skills. Their classroom experience was put to good use through their jobs. They were re- quired to spend 15 hours per week on their jobs plus two hours per day in the classroom. . f N, y-,W-f-M K n 'rox " I . vu., ' f"""' 5 VAnthony Garcia and Sheri Olsen put up a Distributive Education display. 2.35 we - ...L f a,, ff A 2 .-- r uf Maridene Akin 7 XX Gay Grose Nancy Meirowsky VV A: he-A 41 QGay Grose snarfs down cake at the VTina Schmidt lays out her pattern V-pina Crist' Niadeiia Regehrllvlarie Nia,-. Practical Family Life mock wedding. for the marching band diagonal flag tinez and Aiicia Watts take time out to in Advanced Clothing. "do a little dance." vShelley Claassen and Rick Adams enjoy refreshments after the wedding. I 1 ' ' Z"7?'3'2WjJ5'f ?'5'4'f,-','i3iZ-655' lfM"2-52f'C45jiI 12255 .'4Wf5?11Zff,r' la fl 'iiwffpw-' 692142: JW:-f:'-9251:-1:2 -1 . ,. V, mwgftyzf' s- 42:3 if ' ' . V ,,,,, VV Vii, , V V ,.V, V. l, L, , , , l df' 2 ' mi ts. M to i AGYBQ Theis, Kim Burton, Cinda DaviS, ABron Walton, Nancy Scott and Valerie Gary Gronau and Dennis Reif complete a Thomas plan sewing projects while Nancy worksheet in Foods I. Meirowsky instructs other students. 1 Ill The business classes were realized to be an important part of the high school curriculum. The skills learn- ed could make present term papers in high school and future business skills a lot easier. Typing students learned how to type manuscripts, term papers, bus- iness letters and business forms. Typing ll allowed students to be- come even more efficient in their skills. Business Law gave students an over-all view of how the law affects ...gl program helps students with skills citizens on a day-to-day basis. Con- tracts, bailments, insurance sales and consumer transactions were a part of their studies. Students enrolled in Office Training learned many skills. Var- ious machines were used so stu- dents 'would be ready for many different jobs. The Lester Hill Cor- poration, a simulated business, let students practice these office skills in a job-like situation to become better prepared for jobs after high school. QKandi Silvernale, Anthony Garcia Jody Brookshier and Carla Linn Susan Hauck, Brian Linn and Kevin change the Bookkeeping class curriculum Kasitz pose in third hour Bookkeeping to munching time f adl 14? ' r MQW' Miz Arellano and Chelle Gaede use tne duplicator in Office Education. QDinah Berends, Larry Siemens, Robert Lord, Lori Anderson and Danny Lassley enjoy free time in Personal Finance. VStudents in Distributive Education wait patiently for class to begin ,,..,,,, i V M f F! 6 f 9 A.Debbie Schierling and Joanne Super- nois check the files during VOE. dTalking to his DE I class, Leonard Ellis gives them their assignments. VfLiz Arellano looks into the Data Viewer for a possible job in VOE. l , fice Education job. Z2 'Q Q., 2 I Qllish Palacioz listens to Evelyn Garri- Wf 1 son who is giving a talk to the VOE class. AMarie Martinez works hard at her Of- Kfl YAY at -S . . .utilizes safety to make projects With the excitement and anxiety exerted at the first of the year in a class like shop, there must also be taken into consideration what hap- pens before the wood projects, like coffee tables, baseball bats and so on,are begun. The first two to three weeks this year in shop were totally dedicated to students' safety and precautions which must be preserved in order to maintain a successful year. Numerous films and lectures were just part of what teachers, went through to get the point across of being careful at all times While in shop area and by machines. VDSHIHS Pllgh and Steve Oplafld mea' ment of a house being built by students sure out H piece of plywood for the base- in Don lvlolgren's Building Trades class. Vcary lVliIler and Mike Hanke oil the lathe in fourth hour Machine Shop. if-rw, DJohn Bolton smoothes his baseball for a project in Advanced Woods. T .A.. 1 ' , f 2 r Yr E 'A f nf . Larry Barnhart K :g, ,fe,,, 4., A V g . rx ' ' X f Karen Roth r ' Pau' Smoky Av-.A r ll , , 7 Y -f lr ' ' " 4 V I i I Y . vm. . 4 ' "--ff. f V , ...er , M-.. , ff yr- .v V, .:,f..:f r """'f ,, ,., ,.. - f -My - 1Qjw 4.-al ',Lf---.a.,Aafff'ffffQ',j'jj'j.,-...-w.a,,f.a,,,.NfW'f4f'f4sw.,, . ., . .,.,, ..,.,,,Wy wM.,v,,, W' ,, ..., . ,, ,.,, 'fy -. ,, - w.,,W,,,.My.wMm,QaL..,. 7 if.. ,. ,., . ' f ff ,va-ww ZX ' " X' ff ' ,,,.,.,m S ABarbara Beard gets ready to type only to realize there is ng paper in her type- DArnold Berends concentrates on mak- writer ing no mistakes on his typing paper. "'r Vrr- , NW - N' "'r f r f W' ' ' ' ,r,, , , y y . W ATyping I students Nancy Ice, Rudy A Perez and Jennifer Russell diligently work on their assignments. ALarry Barnhart looks over his typing papers while Mike Sebo and Steve Opland give him a hard time. flTammy Hamm and Laura Krueger check their papers in Typing II. vRobin Walker works on developing her typing skills. f R+, ,.f X ,A "vid" I 33 I 16, ' -' 1, sew, . - K WW e r VJ, ' 3 X A 4 ,If I' ve., ' 1: ', i 2 , ie f !,,,4,- .V EQ Wi" V Eddie DeVore fu' a any 1 f X 1 0 ...uses discipline to their advantage "Sit down, shut up and get some paper," proclaimed Eddie DeVore to his Vocational Agriculture class- es on the first day of school. It was a sign of things to come as all his classes worked very hard all year. Students said Devore did a good job of mixing text work and class work with activities all year. The classes also went on many field trips to places like Hutchinson, K-State and Chaparral. ADoug Croft, Larry Schmidt and Jerry Kepley weld in fifth hour Vo-Ag. DEddie Devore seems to be groping for VJoel Koerner and Anthony lVlcNeill prepare a trailer as a project in their Vo- Ag class. the right word during a lecture to third hour Vo-Ag class. ,,.,,,.,..2W" Maurice Benninga i' F "4 ura 1 Ken Franz F Francis Funk lfivi - 2' f-,, , , . V' ' A :gf ' K 4:35, f,,- iffvg. ,J 4 f 1 4 GarY G reen as P as sf Don Molgren fl 1 Rx X QL", ,,,' . 1 M .1 ..- ..,' ' 1 ,, ' - A ':.:::f1w-, -' .Jil , X ' 'ey V , f , :fl A ,iamf .gf-g ' L' , , , Ll :'.:1,-f',s.:::, '- -far:-A , In . fl 'zz ' I i ,f J f Y f wa A W! i ya ' , fm 3 1 ,rw PM S ff 93 'Q 7 ,' , X , 1 ,4 Q , 9 f. , . . 1 X I J M ff KK K 4 N T21 if ! W :df an jf X fi 4, , K , fait X ,, ye r Ga, 4 , pa, I S, 1 ig 6 X I Don Wiggens K if a, 1 gn , I ' L kc , ,K A "- . 4 " I "Lg A ,4 ,-.. .f,.,. , -fl., , , . 7.1 - , 1 vm., .:f . vChris Jost, senior, drills a hole in his D Mike Hardtarfer attempts to draw a f0Ul'th hour Pl'0iect. straight line in Mechanical Drawing. " ,V x., -,,- Z af, an ,X maj' ,""f+s,,,'- . -..,...........,, Y "'.,' i 5' r Fi1't'i-111: QJerry Martin flocks his box in his Ad- vanced Woods class. qiGary Green instructs Jeff Frost and Tony Scofield about their projects -191 ' I f ,x .Mu 5. x- -' 4 4 r 1 1 Q, Gary Andrews Lynn Davis Ron Gould Jan Reber Joe Ramirez Phil Scott Tony Soper Jack Thaw Charles Triggs Wendell Woolum vAnne Morgan, Jeff Sturgeon, Lynn 4 'ig 1' ff f ' 4 1 X , , I i , T' , , , if ...,:g'3Ma,,, W.. f , JJ , ll X ., , J7' F' f ig' - 1 f. V ' ,f 'V ., "reef if.: T' .f , f 4, ' : , f5. ' , ,iff , , S f ' -, ' ye, ,, , '- ,- ,Mm I, . Viyq " y A 'Q ' 'ff ' -v-"PSI: pw 1 f 'TK If 0 m 5 f i af 1 4 ak 1 " . xii' ,., is , .gr W ,-- ,, . Q f Z' ' it I 1? ,ff f f 6'..g+'4'.'fh. ,, -" f. - , a,v,,,:,s,o,-.,e, -Qfffe: .gf .swiss 7" , 0 ll df fffgg. ""'g3Z"..i:' rf 1 'fob' vs 0,211.33- . ' . ' ,jr-".-"'E .K 4. o, 'V .. . interest brings rising enrollment Last year, Life Coping Skills was offered one hour of the day. Due to extremely high interest this year, it was offered six hours! The course, taught by Jack Thaw and Jan Reber, dealt with everyday life and problems teenagers have now or will have to deal with later. Stu- dents expressed their emotions on such things as child abuse, birth control and jealousy. Throughout the Social Studies Dept., classes were filled with guest speakers, field trips, films and occasionally a student teacher. DPhil Scott explains the validity of an upcoming film. Kosminski and Mike Hershberger show various levels of concentration in Tony l 1 30P6I"si third hour Social Economics class- S ia.. l ...,.. . M ...... . - ......-q.....,..w.,.-...e...-...',......l-.a.-..x-f-'r.-1-ff f Leonard Hoffer ri . WA,4.:. gs, Bill Mins 5 A t t i . i l 2 A Lf :.Z . VJAA ,r i f 1 VLeonard Hoffer discusses the facts and Doug Roach. Both .students are of engine trouble with Mike Knight seniors in hisfourthhourclass. 0 5 r T r ,Z WM ,fi If WZ, ,r David Richardson Bryan Becker and engine in their Auto Mechanics class It is ...mechanics gives 'fix it' experience With the emphasis and impor- tance put upon automobiles the high school offers a good advantage to students. It allows them to learn the different parts and func- tions ofa car and how to fix certain malfunctions. "The teachers mixed textbook studies and actual car pretty weIl," replied one student about this year's class. So auto mechanics was, to a great extent, a success this year. if f 2 Leonard Hoffer prepares to leave his Jim Archer work ,on an automobile Taught bY Bill Mills- Office holding 3 hammer- DTerry Willard seems to be enjoying her daily practice run in cross country while Chris Estrada seems to be the opposite. Vlflochelle Schmidt, Shari Fiene, Nancy Ice and Brenda Hill joke around while jogging laps during volleyball practice. ABryan Frey practices his dribbling skills in basketball practice. QPhil Morford comes out on top of Oliver Fryhover at wrestling practice. f '24 1 f e . ,Z az fsw ,ai-A wwf , v f, J ZW-rf 7, f f ' sf.. f 3 1 .' r if 2. ,f fd, 1 Q .S Z' ll Q .,, xg 'iiirfl t A Obviously, not able to cope with the camera, are fourth hour Life Coping students. Jan Reber cracks a joke while her fourth hour Life Coping Skills class does not seem amused. if -:'f",?fr 4'm,-,..,-7' 3 55,1 .,,,. 3 - . 1 Awendell Woolum's fourth hour history class shows different emotions. QNO, Becky Bergquist is not being isolated, she is just one of the many victims of sexual segregation in Lynn Davis' fourth hour history class. Team s m successful Under first year Head Coach Flon Gould, the Flailroaders compiled a 4 win, 5 loss season, the best New- ton has had thus far in the 197O's. During the season the team had two very impressive wins over El Dorado and Ark City. An impres- sive fact about this year's team is that six of the Railers' nine foes were state-ranked at different per- iods ofthe season. "At the end of the season we were one of the best teams in the Ark Valley. We could of played and played well any team in the state," procalimed Coach Gould about this year's team. AMembers of the varsity offense are CFRONT ford Greg King Frank Swoyer Mike Schirer John Chandle, Greg Dome Cole Moser Rowl TONY Gfiffief Robert Vicin, Kendall Scott Funk KSECOND ROW! Scott Barnhart QBACK ROW, Dennls Walker Claassen, Darrell Marks, Pat Torres, Phil Mor- James Johnson Marc Rhoades ITHIRD ROWD ,f , 427, . Qi? if K ,f ii' I Z . W f W A , - -H' 1 E5 'ff 9 5 ru 'iz A -.' 4 .4 , y pf ' ff 2' , 'ggi 9 ,X Q! fk -Lp '?W'kl '.vf2v,,. W2 "D, . , W 1 i 4' 5 Wag , 1 If ,Liga 1 ,af 4 f 7 f I 1 2 f A f. P Z- X orlonoo a rmed by oophomoroo Sophomore .football doesn't get as much recognition as the other football teams, but to the guys it is valuable experience gained for future football days. They not only play on this team, but sophomores play vital roles in the JV and 'varsity teams also. The Sophomore team ended with a 3-3 record and are looking for- ward in participating in varsity games again next year. AThe sophomore defense looks on intently with the hope that the ball DSophomore team members are IFRONT ROWl Ronnie Hamm, Greg Opland, Rob McFarlane, Jeff Abney, Tom Fayette: ISE- COND ROW! Jeff Linn, Kevin Lewis, David Peaney,-'Doug Pauls, Mike Schmidt: KTHIRD ROW, Vince Martinez, Alan Shepherd, Mark Rodriquez, Robert Duviel,"OIi'ver' Fry- hover, Doug Porter: lBACK ROW! Johnny Jones, manager, Coach Mike Garland, Coach Bob Graber. AReferees signal a touchdown during a varsity game. hasn't traveled ten yards for a first down. Acoach Rick whmfieid and varsity team members watch intently from the sideline. ASophmore James Johnston steps back for a pass in a varsity game. AAfter third quarter, the score board clearly reads Railroaders in the lead. QDennis Walker and Cole Moser take a break on the side line. With the blocking from the line and Moser, Walker compiled a new school record of 1,278 total yards rushing for the season. Walker and Ron Reber both received All-AVL and 5-A State team recognition. Walker was honored for his yards rushing and Reber for his defensive lineman ability. l 1 AThe Railer defense piles up in they middle of the field to keep the opponent from gaining a 1st down and getting three more plays. QMembers of the Varsity defense are lFRONT ROWl Clay Carrier, Von Friesen, Ron Reber, Bill Gatz, Brett McCabe, Keith Wartag lSECOND ROWl Tim Graber, Gary Sebo, Joe Chapman, Rick Adams, Joe Frawleyp lTHIRD ROWl Greg Gaeddert, Greg ,Rodriquez, Brad Anders, Jerry Martin, Dan Koehn, Tim Burk- hart: lFOURTH ROWl Rick Arellano, Mitch Boese: lBACK ROWl Faber Porter, John Roy- ston, Kevin Kasitz, Steve Huntley. Um y e m aelm eve success Our team really grew through- out the year Team spirit and unity along with our skills blended to- gether to make us a great team," commented Shari Fiene about this year s volleyball team The girls were young, but hard work and dedication proved them well with an impressive record of 8 12 Only one hard fought match kept them from competing in the State Nleet vars ty Varsity and junior varsity team members are lFRONT ROWD Annette Stender Amy Bul- rold Brenda Hill Nancy Ice CSECOND ROWD Janice Grochow,sky Lori Debo lBACK Howl managers Jane Buller and Sara Reimer Connie Hoelscher Lara Langston Sandy Suderman, Duane Rately Kim Rose Lorna Andres Coach Cindy Bogart Coach Janice Wilkey ll I . Ier, Rochelle Schmidt, Shari Fiene, Janna Har- hifi l Anocheue Schmidt and Brenda Hill collide while setting the ball. DSeveraI varsity members warm up at the net before a match. QShari Fiene jumps up at the net for a spike during warmup. if ' ff-W ul Brenda Hill, Lori Debo, Lori Entz and Linda Debo celebrate after a victory , Q i it' QCoach Rick Whitfield talks with per- sons from the pressbox during a game. VCoach Bob Graber talks to a player on the sideline during a scrimmage game. 'Wt Yea' footban Coach Gene Hanson AC.oach Wendell Woollum looks in the checks his clipboard for option plays medicine box for needed supplies. i i i reshmen m ieate , potent a "The freshman football team had its best year ever as a team at the high school, finishing with a 6-1 record, losing only to McPherson in overtime. Averaging 240 yards of- fense a game, the team used a ball control offense and a stingy defense in holding the opposition to six points a game. One of the strong points of this year's team was the good line blocking and fine running by the backs. This team has the po- tential of being state contenders when they are juniors and seniors," said Coach Larry Barnhart, ACoach Mike Garland instructs Rob McFarlane from the sideline. Freshman football members are QFRONT R Wl Mark Boston, Kent Richards, Alan Den- no, Lyle Powers, Scott Castleman, Kendall Zielke, Roy Androes, Bernie Pearson: lSEC- OND ROWl Evan Ice, Tim Regier, Steve Franklin, Steve Arellano, Robbie Dodd, James O'Toole, Bobby VanHorn: lTHlRD ROWl Jim Kirkpatrick, Brett Barnhart, Todd Drinnen, Chris Anderson, Eric Rhoades, Danny Sauceda, Brian Gaiserp CFOURTH ROWl Dwight Port- lock, Myles Newberry, Paul Baker, Eric Wiens, Brian Spencer, Ron McFarlane: KFIFTH ROWl manager Robert Bunner, David Portlock, Jeff Huskerson, Jeff Sturgeon, Mark Jordon, George Liggettg lBACK ROWl Coach Larry Barnhart, Billy Stahl, Scott Harder, Steve Kuhn, Troy Peterson and Coach Ralph Malin. cam Is y um but alontod It was a new experience for all of the gurls In playing on the varsity squad this season But with com blned past experience ID playlng on the JV squad and summer tennis tournaments, the gurls proved themselves well Newton hosted the 5A State Tennis Tournament but no gurls from the Newton squad quallfled for the meet Coach Phll Scott demonstrates the turn Mwmiwdnmghhv 1 f '70 Xxx, yfaaz ff, 'iff '-. Aff fffwlfffag 2fZ7f? 19 ff!! ff! ! ,W f f jff ff W f Ft' aj f,,,y,! Z f f ff!! Q6 Varslty and junior varslty team members are lFRONT ROWl Coach Tern Elder Jenny Goermg Pattl Paulson Kum Burton Cara Penner Barbara Edwards Coach Phll Scott lBACK ROWl Mlchelle Paquette Beth Carlson Tammy Graanas Michelle Case Shellue Franz Sheryl Esau Karen Schmudt Drana Penner Cmdy Sangals Connie Penner Kim Sulvernale Cmdy Goertzen APattl Paulson awalts the serve from her opponent In deep concentratlon Cara Penner returns a baselme drlve Jayne Hrdllcka wants on her opponent In a number one singles match Barbara Edwards was the only fresh man on the varsity team I ' ' I . .mv , , A ' 0 . . fesefxzef4:."ze-wa' -.fff.ff4- lf - an if t , . - t J W .-4.-.M.4,.' , 4 f f 1- 1 . f- V :fcfgw--ifxzamf ,- 4-,-,,.'f:ffC' 1 , fn f , , ' . P fm3.f:4f,--14:4-ga'.5-,ey fzfzf -Q--r uw, 1, ca.. .l . 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Lisa Okle watches while Tamara Acflach Ci"'dY BOQHYT 9iVeS il1Stl'UCfi0I1S Girrens goes after the ball before 3 freshman Qame- I'Q8mll QFreshman team members are IFRONT ROWD Brenda Becker, Doreen Herrington, Debbie Flory, Tracie Rambo: lSECOND FlOWl Lisa Okle, Gayelynn Slaughter, Darlene Kehler, Dana Cook, Marcy Meirowski: CBACK ROWJ Tamara Girrens, Cathy Ferguson, Vickie Schmidt, Barbara Hanke, Ruth Stauffer, Chris Lassley, Coach Cindy Bogart. Glrligoll um to par The girls' golf team showed the best scoresfiy girls' team ,fhas ever compiled at NHS. One of the' girls' varsity members, Sheri Olsen, stated, "We didn't win any first places, but we played well with a strong feeling of unity toward- every girl on the team." lVlany girls stated in order to be successful in golf it takesa lot of practice and complete concen- tration on every stroke. L Laurie Ash and Sheri Olsen showed very well all year in two-man competitions, including a second place finish. at Newton. A new first this year took place at the girls' regional in Dodge City. lt was the first time ever the girls were allowed to stay over- night for the tournament. At re- gionals Ash and Olsen did well enough to have qualified for state, but Newton's top four scores werenft good enough to qualify our school at state competition. Coach Larry Preston expressed the regret of losing his seniors but is excited about next year. ol DMembers of the girIs'golf team are: lFRONT ROWD Jeanenne Rodgers, Mary Barr, Donna Mohrbacher, Dawn Dodgion: lBACK ROWl Laurie Ash, Sheri Olsen, Sylvia Arellano, Nancy Slack and Coach Larry Preston. ANancy Slack shows excellent form while putting on the green. ,, N ,,.,.,, .M 4 . . 1354" . 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H, , , .,, .,..,., A, -- --.Q ,- , .f-...,L.-.,rm...-vi-.+ 4 l ,,.,, new ABHHH Pfeheim 3ffemPfS to P5155 HW OP- ABrenda Siemens, Chris Estrada and PONGIWT from the lVIcPherS0n team dllfing Terry Willard begin practice at the high the Newton meet. gghggl. G team nereeses n numbers With the uprise in the sport of jogging, the cross country team has been increasing in numbers also. The boys'HJ V and varsity teams were relatively young, but they showed a fine performance, placing well at the meets. Rod Zook was the only one from the Newton boys' squad who qualified for the State Meet. Newton took seven girls to the state meet. This is only the second year that Cross Country has had a full girls' quad. Amembers of the Cross COUMYY team Capps before they begin their daily prac- listen to instructions from Coach Ron tice. rmi , , VRod Zook displayed fine performance by winning several medals during the season. i eress country qMembers of the Cross Countgy team are lFRONT ROWl Janine Dyke, Cindy Schmidt, Patty Terrones, Myrtle Banks, Chris Capps, Mary St. Clair, Jana Henning, Cathy Monares, Terry Willard, Brenda Siemens, Chris Estrada, Sharon Salmansi CSECOND ROWl Roi! Zook, Brian Preheim, Mark Llamas, Richard Williams, William "Hanna, Doug Osborn, Mike Baugh, Barry McAnuIty,4 Richard Colborn, Richard Watts, David Hrdlicka, Tom Fayette: lBACK ROWl Coach Ron Capps, Wes Lewis, Mark Mil- ler, Clay Anderson, Steve Winter, Terry Beuker, John Rau, Scott Jost, Mike Schmidt, Ken Thurman, David Kutz, Steve Killfoil, Steve Opland, Julie Henning, Manager. eamo show ded eat on What do you think of an activity which consists of bouncing a ball and trying to put it through a hoop? Sound like a boring unskll led game? Well a group of guys made It more than that They dedicated their time to develop their skulls In drlbbllng and shoot Ing a basketball plus some terrlf IC defensive moves The combined efforts of coaches players and man agers helped to produce a fantastic basketball team to bring out the crowds to their games And the crowds loved to watch these tal ented guys which made up the varsity junior varsity sophomore and freshman teams Pon Reber and Larry Siemens listen Jim Klaassen stretches hugh to win the intently for the game plans first tlpoff of the game Dave Plehler concentrates on getting Varsity players walt anxiously for the varsity the rebound start of their game. Q Members of the varsity team are Larry Sie- mens, Todd Kirkpatrick, Kent Franz, Brian Reusser, Kurt Flory, David Piehler, Jim Klaas- sen, Todd Penner, Ron Reber, Jeff Stauffer, Bob Stahly, Mike Anderson. VJ.V. team members are CFRONT ROW! Mike Anderson, Brian Frevi lSECOND Rowl Jeff Walker, John Chandler: IBACK ROWl Von Friesen, Brian Reusser. AMarc Rhoades takes a breath of air during the butterfly race. AMatt Hiebert and Gary Frey shave to prepare for the State Swim Meet. A L ,,V,,, 1 V . f ' , ' V Annurray' pen,-,er Watches the face by AScott Kaye demonstrates perfect form s the edge of the poo.. as he enters the water. w m team laces wel For it only being the third year for a Newton swim team, the guys did a good job. This was the first year that there were enough girls interested in swimming that there could be separate swim teams. In the past it was always a co-ed team The competition for the guys was in the winter, and the girls began' their season in the spring. One of the strongest aspects of the guys team was in therelays, placing well at every meet. Impres- sive individual performances also added to the team scorings. VGary Frey rests by the pooI's edge af- ter completing his race . sw mming QSwim team members are lFRONT ROWl John Royston, Gary Frey, Marc Rhoades, James 0'TooIe: lSECOND ROWl Bryan Unruh, Evan Ice, Bobby Church, Matt Hiebert, Scott Kaye, Larry Branum: lTHIRD ROWl Brian Linn, Galen Kaufman, Kevin Kasitz, Murray Penner, John Strain, David St. Clair, Kevin Smith: lBACK ROWl manager Cinda Davis, Coach Teresa Brefwn, Coach Margie KnUPF5.. manager Charlene Koerner. 5-. dun team does wel f Even wlth a relatlvely small number of gurls coming out for the basketball team, the Rallroaders adjusted accordlngly Because of the lack of personnel, several fresh men were moved up to the varsnty squad Therefore experience was a determlnlng factor for the out come of the season The gurls use'd quickness and fast breaks to get past a majority of the teams In the league and tournament games The Rallers earned a flfth place posltlon ln their Newton lnvltatlonal tournament, losing to a strong Salma CerTtral team In flrst round play The junlor varslty and freshman teams ended with Impressive records Carolyn Goertzen and Shan Frene double team an opponent The Newton bench cheers the team on durmg a home game vars ty Varsnty and jumor varsuty team members are CFRONT ROW, Pam Dlcken Carolyn Goert zen Rochelle Schmldt Shan Fnene Janlce Grochowsky manager Deslree Kelsch manager Paige Wnlson lBACK ROWl Coach Susan Jan zen manager Klm Rose manager Kelly Gosney Brenda Siemens manager Sandy Eruckson Amy Buller Sharolyn Hlebert Caroline Mnxon Renee Shoger Lisa Okle Karen Yoder Pam Wright Char DeSmlth Sandy Suderman Tern Banks manager Dana Knudsen manager Kristy Gray Coach Ernc Stuffler Pam Dlcken taps the ball to Rochelle Schmndt durmg a jump ball Rochelle Schmidt goes up for the lay up as the referee signals no foul Karen Yoder shoots the ball while Char DeSmuth and Shari Flene try to block her shot in s -I .J -Qi ,,,.-f f 1 ', 5- .Q 'Q Q I nfj F1 j l I LJ ' . . f ' f -.H . X ,,,f . T 'T ' ' ' f ,fy"ff,f", ' V f fly! 1"Yif ' f ' Qffsggffff - . I , gf , ' 4 N . 1 ' 0 1 '-j 1 .: -j . j I I . I I I ' I , . 1 , , ' I 1 , , 1 1 1 1 , , I I 1 . H nf gif? i 5 2 V if x .9 . , 1 , . .A A, .wfwf pl-. ,Q 7 f ,Q f 1745729 . f I ., V-. V- . .,.'.. .I-, ff- . I G of A 92- 4 f'. w, W' I , I , , , r ' AMembers of the freshman team are lFRONT ROWl Brian Ratzlaff, Tom Fayette, John But- ton, Gilbert Garcia, Paul Schrag, Robert Bun- ner, Mike Baugh, Kendall Zielke, William Hanna, David Hrdlicka, Mike Hershbergerg lBACK ROWD Coach Bob Graber, Scott Castle- QPaul Schrag passes to a teammate while Steve Killfoil moves to an open spot. ADwight Portlock goes for the ball while ,Brian Ratzlaff awaits the outcome. QBernie Pearson, Mike Baugh and Scott Castleman watch as Scott Harder at- tempts a freethrow. reshmem E sophom res man, Bobby Van Horn, Kent Richards, Dwight Portlock, Scott Harder, Steve Killfoil, David Portlock, Alan Denno, Eric Rhoades, Bernie Pearson, Todd Drinnen, Coach Greg Hall. Sophomore team members are lFRONT ROW! Jeff Linn, Doug Pauls, Brian Wiebe, David Fayette, KBACK ROW! Kyle Nelson James Johnston, Kevin Staley, Russell Friesen Dane Lawrence, Dennis C' Doug Reber John Rau, Mike Sebo. 1 I I l ...nr-N radltlon olds true A tradition at NHS is a power- house wrestling team' which places high at state meets. This year was no exception. The wrestlers grap- pled well in every match and tourn- ament. lncluded in the tournaments were two second place finishes at Douglas and Junction City. lVlost people don't realize how much of a grueling sport wrestling is and what it entails to be a wrest- ler. A wrestler must sacrifice his body all season, going without meals sometimes and constantly dieting to maintain the weight he wrestles at. However, a week before Christmas the wrestlers certify at their weight class. This enables them to be five pounds over weight but still be eligible to wrestle. Chris. Cox, varsity wrestler at 126 pounds, stated, "Wrestling to me is broken down into two main points, both equally important: mental preparation and self con- fidence. Without either one or the other you can never be successful -at the sport." He added that physi- cal condition is also important. DMembers of the varsity wrestling team are KFRONT ROW! Darren Stanford, Todd McAnulty, Gary Kasitz, Vince Martinez, Chris Cox, Steve Garnett, Greg Gaeddertg KBACK ROW! Rick Adams, Keith Warta, Cole Moser, Dennis Walker, Frank Swoyer, stat- istician Teri DuBois and manager Vernon Tolbert. ATM entire varsity team stands on the anticipation for their double duel with mat and seems happy as they wait in McPherson and Salina Central. l A'Dennis Walker relaxes on the mat be- Alilick Adams maintains a strong hold fore the start of the Newton Invitational. on his opponent. f l nga ,if ef 254 AAmy Buller takes a shot under the bas- ket as Pam Dicken blocks out her girl dur- JV Coach Susan Janzen signals the p ay as Terri Banks and Sandy Suderman sit on the bench. ing a varsity home game against the Wel- Iington Crusaders. ABrenda Siemens and Pam Dicken wait for the ball as Amy Buller controls the tip off. W ARochelIe Schmidt hustles after a loose ball during a game against McPherson. Caroline Mixon shoots the ball while Karen Yoder waits for the rebound. W4 FQSWUWQW '1- Team members are IFRONT ROWl Chris Lassley, Chris Casey, Mary St. Clair, GayelYnn Slaughter, Tammy Holdemang lSECOND Rowi Joni Newell, Debbie Flory, Gina Arellano, Tamara Girrens, Cindy Goertzenp CBACK ROWD Coach Randy Fyler, Suzanne Boese, Barb Ed- wards, Doreen Herrington, Shellie Franz, Michele Case, Kathy Wright. f .i . l l Gytnanasts l ace si ft eompetion W Although they didn't produce l another state championship, the Railer gymnastics displayed fine showings to complete an excep- tional season. The girls were young, with only ll one senior on the squad. They ll , ll came up against some strong and li ll experienced teams at the 5-A ll Regional lVleet, thus only a few girls qualified to compete at the State Gymnastics lVleet which was held here at NHS. Next year the Railer gymnastics ought to be quite successful and a J threat for the crown with almost the entire team returning. i ,, li. i l DThe varsity members are lBOTTOM ROWl Gina Sadowski, Teena Bolton, Joni Soyez, Lorie Preston, Cay Scott: lSECOND ROWl Bev Barr, Nancy Crispino, Des Thompson, Sue HUmPhl'eY lTOP ROWl Jenny Woolsey: lSTANDINGl Coaches Annette Whillock, Jack Thaw, JoAnn Thaw. 1, l l 2 l ll l ' l ll l. ll i l l l 2 -+I l 1 I l W li 100 W ,.,, ry M af? lf Z l f 9 ffghi ' ' f W-, yfM,.M1A-141 may Scott dismounts from the beam fxGina Sadowski does an uneven bars With a back tuck, l routine at a varsity meet. Qgay Scott strikes a pose during her ACoach JoAnn Thaw talks with Gina beam routine. Sadowski and Teena Bolton during the State Gymnastics Meet at NHS. .......,.... .................,. .................1..,,-.........i....-...,-.., , ,. .. . . , .. .. , ' r QChris Cox starts a reversal move in his match against Campus. 1 ADarren Stanford continues to keep his AVince Martinez struggles to escape Campus Foe in the down position. from his DGYIJY OPPONENT- '11 'N ATodd McAnulty performs a switch in ACoaches Delbert Erickson and Jack tor to Keith Warta's nose during his his match against EI Dorado. Thaw play the roles of coach and doc- match in the Derby Double Duel. junior vanity QMembers of the junior varsity wrestling team are lFRONT ROWl Ferlin Kearns, Brett Barnhart, Barry McAnulty, Jeff Huskerson, Steve Franklin, Jimmy Gonzales, Tim Regierp lBACK ROWl Coach Jack Thaw, Robbie Dodd, Mark Hopkins, Brad Anders, Greg Opland, Phil Morford, Oliver Fryhover and manager Vernon Tolbert. Campus McPherson EI Dorado Hutch H wot a l 3rd, lost 4th 6th 2nd 3rd 3rd i ,, -at 12 ' ' J I ' f f G TENNIS r , ' l ' fsifv v Nle??'fQnlrIinv-ir' l V 5th l p' A'i'QCiFYl'1"? 4th r r, -rdf eka-z V lrrr V an ' A"' 6th he elplo nlnvg 3rd Q ' H Y 3+ 1st ,1f Wi5'fi?lH hl 4 l End ,lf Li l l I . l., f4 A i f A'A- 1 f a .. 2? r- ,21 4 Uniof : A V36 'r Z , l l p l 'Sf' 'A , l Srdelra 14, ::::,2::A 5 j3rdrp elr i 1 41h I QP, l :tv 5? W W- f in Center South T Dual Jumor AY'-r r 2nd lost place place lost l 2 1, 1 place 0 1 1 0 0 '1 i S W '- VO QYBQ -'1- i ymnamt G "-1 3 2 5 3 9 , eww.. -", k . K xx .5 ma.-w-aww Q ---g telm s Gross ountf lnv. South ITM. 2nd rd l 1-1 A 3 i ADes Thompson mounts the uneven parallel bars from a spring board. ANHHCY Cl'iSPin0 diSPlaYS fine P9l'f0l" Aburing a varsity meet, Gina Sadowski mance dllfing her l'0Util19 on the UHSVGI1 goes through her balance beam routine parallel bars. in which she does the splits. lunlor varz ty -T- QMembers of the Junior Varsity team are lFRONT ROWD Annette Gatz: lSECOND ROWl Leslie Moser, Kathee Holdeman, Lisa Benninghoff, Shelly Johnson, Robin Johnson, Alita Rivera, Tammy Holdeman: KBACK ROWl Coach Annette Whillock. l I , r l l , f r . 5 l l l 1 I l I 1 I I V l 4 l l l l rl ll ll ll li ll ll l ll ll ll ll W ll li :ll Ill DFreshmen Sylvia Sandoval, Kathy ,.,-,,,.,, 04 Wright and Cathy Smith show their school pride through their overalls, hats and buttons. VFrank Swoyer, Mindy Meirowsky, Bobbie O'Toole and Pam Brandt support the junior class by working on their hall decorations. 5 f Z Va, -... .. ..-- ......,...,.,,............ ,.,..-,.., , , , , Qllllelinda Brandon, Cindy Wedel and Rick Adams are among the seniors who ordered graduation announcements. Q Different emotions show during fourth hour Geometry class. Varsity EI Dorado 33 62 Campus 63 56 K Winfield 53 20 Ark City 62 26 eff Huidhinso D ,A11 w3IT"'g1on M 'l"' V EI rado Arfffiity CBEPUS Hutchinson McPherson Winfield Derby 3 W 554433 fMiffQ diffs? WMYZM 5355220 58 252133 4 wmwmww ,, ww I 49 2 ?e:?1f.'4vff Q 59 544' N B-Team 36 27 b basketha - r- . bamlwtb Il 2 f wif www ,,,,,,,y, ,- ,4., , ,.n,,n, 3n,nn -. H . ff f ',,, :Iii ' 44" 7, J Vffff''EWfiyfxfilf"1ffffff4 , W y X y X, I we , 7, fy! ff f O f ff, 'X fi ' ff ,C if Af ff- 6 fy 'f 1 1 ff ' f , X ff ' .f 1 11 ,yr ' fl, XJ! ffff f X f I 71 W f W X ,. . , ..w,,Lyu,Qqf:wgwi,,,,,g,',, q 521 YC: ' ,J . .yogmf ., ,..,:',,g,f,f,:,fz ,,-.N.,.ni' V f f :wffvf :ff iw, "" S 13 f 1f , .,, f 1 f 1 My 4,1 "ff fffff W P' P1241 z ' ' "'2' 1 gg' 'ita Northwest ,MM V Ima South Tri f X f X l ff f Z f :ah .,,,vA,4Q,f,g,, 5 f f 1.11 if ' V ,f ' , , V iw. , V K. . I M, ffff. rff? I 1 afjgf !, I 4 ,ff lf fi 1 qi, , I 85 3 X f ' 1 ' 3 f 1,44 y, 2n 'f X 3 hyff-'fcg.f"fi,L WM ' f ' " ' !'!W1fff?L,-1 VZTQ' in WE Heights A 3 oo uu y ttan Inv WW VAHIY' , ,VVV gate , ,, 15th IIIV 3 ' V ' Ej '," i'U,i3Vfi ""' 7fw,,, fi X ff!!! fy! I X X f ff K ff f f, ffff V! X wrest ling I , E """ .h , 1 4 f QW 1 . Cnty Tourn sifg ff! A! 7 Seniors Contribute to total memory Seniors reminisce through their four high school years that were filled with activities that may well remain in their minds forever. The good times along with the bad are all part of the stepping stones to- ward success. Upon graduation, each left a part of himself to con- tribute to the total memory of the class of '79. They took first in Homecoming and also put in a lot of hard work into Winter Sports Week in addi- tion to their participation in sports and all school activities. ASenior class officers are iFRONT ROWl Terri Preheim, girls' representative, Don Wright, boys' representative: CSECOND ROWl Charlotte Bott, secretary-treasurer, lBACK ROWD Scott Funk, president and Nancy Jarchow, vice president. Rick Adams Gary Alumbaugh Donita Anderson Mark Andres Liz Arellano Laurie Ash Richard Atkinson Twila Banks .-fra 5 ,. gps' -, 91,15 -4 ,.., . J. ,. MM ,254 , ,aa pu., ,f f, Aeir '17 e'ii" fr, 4 , 3 Z A 42? A ..., , If lets Kendall Barker William Barkman s 4' BYron Becker. lg.: :ff fa!! l s Q Jim Black A A ,N ,....Q,..-..q ... .......- it ... -,...4...-.,.,..,. .-,.Q.......,..,. 1 I W -,wg Seniors Kip Conner Berry Craig Pam Dalke Karl Dean Gail Decker Alan Deckert Sherry DeSmlth Nlarla Donker Wanda Downen Terry Duncan Mark Embry Michelle Entz David Esau Denise Bradley Esau Jeff Fayette Shari Fiene fibl? Receiving punishment for tardies to Physics class is Kurt Flciryl His Kangaroo Court sen- tence required him to kiss the first boy to walk by ,fx f ,- Seniors Ed Boley Charlotte Bott Melinda Brandon Larry Branum Tammie Britton Mike Brookshier Amanda Brown Julian Brown Denise Brueggeman Larry Buller Susan Buller Tim Burkhart Craig Caudell Debbie Cervantes Kendall Claassen Shelley Claassen Seniors Anthony Garcia Kevin Garnett Steven Garnett Troy Garver Bill Gatz Gary Gatz Tom Gilmore Russell Goering Carolyn Goertzen Carlos Gomez Julie Gosney Karolyn Graber AJeff Stauffer, "thrilled" by the thought of watching the Homecoming rehearsal, catches up on some last minute studying during third hour. - J' I gy? ,H V I " 1 . 4 V f t I I ,ff , 3 y ,I sl f l ffl , i f , , f 2 4 ,., .-.....,....4i........ - --'.n.r-Q-,..,--31-.-.,e.,.,,,,,,,,,,, ADuring their lunch hour, Dan Kemme and Wil- Iiam Barkman entangle in a game of funny bones for the photographer. Seniors Vernon Fike Kurt Flory Sheryl Fordyce Cheri Franco Brenda Frank Jeff Frost Scott Funk Greg Gaeddert Tom Gaeddert Becky Gaede Chelle Gaede Jerry Gaede Seniors Jerry Hymer Nancy Ice Marlena James Nancy Jarchow Crystal Johnson Chris Jost Gary Kasitz Ken Kearns Dale Keazer Judy Kehler Dan Kemme Steve Kemph Lance Kennedy Greg King Lacita King Mary Kirkpatrick i'N"1'7z- h ie35nv-,lr Seniors Sara Griffith Keith Grochowsky Gary Gronau Tammie Hamm Bob Hand Mike I-lanke Susan Harder Janna Harrold Lisa Hawkins Julie Henning Todd Hershberger Tom Holmes Steve Hopkins Priscilla Howard Renee Howell Toni Hunt Sensors Terry Lentz gif' Jerry Lmn lVIark Andres strlkes a chord as he accom panles Choraleers In Ralse a Ruckus Tonight during their fall concert Terry Lmn Mark Llamas Robin Llamas Wes Long Ruchard Lord Annette Lyon Klm Malek Darrell Marks Lorlyn Martens Marne Martmez T 1 1 E David Merrnfneld T T Barbara Miller T Gary Lee Miller T Laura Mixon I A I A i I I i W Q M bin: y I V 1 'L ' I r T 9 4 n Seniors Todd Kirkpatrick Jim Klaassen Donella Klingenberg Michael Knight Dan Koehn Charlene Koerner Ruth Kreider Laura Krueger Kevin Lambert Kelly Lang Clark Lehrman Mark Lehrman t r in the Homecoming parade are Scott Funk Cole Moser Darrell Marks Keith Warta, Seniors Steve Opland Michelle Oswald Tish Palacioz Debbie Palmer Tim Pankratz Mark Paquette lVlurray Penner Todd Penner Dave Piehler Faber Porter Paula Porter Lynette Portlock ix enior students meet in the auditorium to listen to candidates' election campaign speeches before voting V. .-....- --,,..,.A... ...N ,4g... .., , ,A . -,:..7,..,x...,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,-y. ATeresa Schirer listens closely to Mike Hanke as he discusses the Home- coming game after pulling the royalty float. , M, y,'f,,,,: 5-,,., V 4 1-1-...e - Q-is iafiff 4' 1 i x ff-,+:-1:1 r-:f-:1.v:4::,1:w1-:,,- - -521,0 ..,., . , X , , .... , . ' ' """ ' 'f " ' 4,5'1"1:vI'I1f1hvL' ff. 'ff' '1II"S:2f3,:w 1 A " ji f '-fS,':1f'1-2 - --f- If. ' .-112' .0 ,. Lf 4,9511 . V ' , -45.4, ,, I M.. My ,,.,,.,V ,,.5A1 , ,kyy 5 Ei , , . i f 4 1-1: ' - .v., , ..,.b ' 3 yaal Seniors Kim Wloeder Don Mohrbacher Christy Monares Brad Moser Cole Moser Todd McAnulty Mary McMichael Annette McNeill Diane McNeill Jon Newell Sandy Nickel' Brad Nicholson Barbara Oller Sheryl Olsen Seniors Michelle Saxton Debbie Schierling ,i , , 11, - ' -, V W Y, ,, X ,A ,- I w Ii Teresa Schirer Mike Schmidt Viliieei Sii iSi'.l' Q T A"Lord and Lady of the lVlanor," Ruth Kreider and Byron Becker reflect the Halloween spirit. Phillip Schmidt Tina Schmidt Elaine Schroeder Vicky Schultz Tim Scofield Tony Scofield Gary Sebo Phil Seibel Lori Shafer Byron Shepherd Larry Siemens Sheila Sills S yr r In J.---.. .. ,., ...,....--.--,........................,...........,............. ...4+,....-.,,........,.-..............- A-..,. ,Q....,.. . .. , - - ...... ,..-.. i Seniors Terri Preheim Pat Rankin Ivan Ray Ron Reber Heidi Regier Dale Reif Carla Reimer lVlarc Rhoades Susan Ricketts Doug Roach Melora Rosko. Pat Royston Jeanie Rucker Carol Runnells Jack Salmans Denise Sauerwein Seniors Beth Turner Cathy Unruh Michelle Unruh Teresa Unruh Debbie Uphoff Tammie Van Horn Helen Vetter Leslie Voth Dennis Walker Mark Wapelhorst Keith Warta Kendall Warkentine Cindy Wedel Shirley Weyand Diane Whomans Jim Wickersham Amy Wiens Mark Wiebe Bill Will Terry Willard me , .. nav' f' H, , :3'Q1gg-:,,1y. - f V 'gg,:.,,:,!, ' In trrr 4 Z y tatait ,MM U, r,l, . :TP-2,357 f"'f",':'fI4?fif'3,':7 ,IE'EZ'ifQfE'Eif?j15E1::7,,53 . r-7:-me-:tri-. .-e-1-:.g,,-qw ---- vs-1:-.V-:,:-zz , x . '.::.:f1:-v., ff.:-1: .,f, - .V-ami, ,-.,' . .,.,. :,,Q,,4g,:q., ,.v s Marr"-:.:,:'t.-.,e1.-4, 1 .zu Lag.: at 1.. 1,1-M1 w.. 4 QW? , 6 mf Q s , U' f-ff 1.24-as:,.eQf:-:iff-:,5f ', ff, jgizggrigz. --:V-1,31 -6? l 1 ww-:,,.1' 1-2 X 4 ,Q ' s a I W 522 5 Mfg 4 'KJ v "Q 5111.-21121-12,5:9E?1 , ",-4 f f 5 , ,..? 9f'MffY Seniors KfiSti Silvernale Jill Slack Nancy Slack Dania Smurr Victor Solis Tim Soth Jim Spencer Robert Stahly Terry Stanford Jeff Stauffer Steve Stayrook Pat Strain Terri Strain Kevin Stubbs Nlarla Stucky Bob Sturgeon Lou Ann Sturm Janet Suderman Alicia Terrones Brenda Theis Juniors Have added a touch of class Juniors have had a lot of en- thusiasm and pride this year, and it seemed to build when they realized they only had one year left! Even though as freshmen and again as juniors they took third place in Homecoming Week, they made up for it during magazine sales week, bringing in a profit of approximately S1,000. Juniors often found it hard to knowjust where they were at. They were not the youngest anymore but they were not the oldest either. Milly Alexander Pat Alvarez Brad Anders Lorie Anderson Mike Anderson Lorna Androes .f ' 2 ia . v, 1' , 'X ' Roxan Anduss ' ' James Archer "i' ' Anthony Ardizzone 1 ,.if "i, t Brigid Arellano i,, Eii Elaine Arellano 'AH Julie Arellano in if Mary Arellano Richard Arellano Brandon Bacon Glen Bailey Tracy Baker Dan Barnard 1 Scott Barnhart Mary Barr Roger Bastow Bryan Becker Pam Bell Rebecca Berquist pai' Mg, ,,,,.,,, 4. 5 lllil'JTGll HIGH ' P ff 5:4 ,,,.. Q , , ,,f'ij'A,, 2-Vg, , ' fm isnmi: nr 'russia l?All-l?0Al:lil?f5 1 y'f,5,,v, ,,,' ,'.',,,,':: f'zwaw,-N. f , . f . ' ' ' vrre . L,ia?.I3-fs,'fi,:gr'5i3,: f ' 1, fi. . 1 g , ' gg g l W .... , ,wp V i . :ffais4'f z.y v , ' Q f l v -sf' fgff"gf5 ff ??-ev. , A , W' A Q. . -1.,,....5-,. .- h..-QLHJMFQA W ,, - 5 AJunior class officers are Bryan Reusser, president: Bobbie 0'Toole, vice president Wendy Wentz, secretary-treasurer: Mindy Meirowsky, girls' representative and Frank Swoyer, boys' representative. P' a . , I I 3 gi g '30 ' ' N Y, ,fifty 7 W 11 ,ii , ,f f, .1 . Kp iff: .574 ' ,A f ,ff f x f A ,, ,, h , Q s . .lr K ,i , agua? ,nail . ,'f f 131. fhll 5 ., r,,,, 25,rf1.a,f21 ' ,, ' . -5. . , ,M 1' ' , f - ess: '.V- .afar ' A "L 1 ' ' -f --fv H' X, , " "' , ai 4 , V gi f, . Wi, ...W , vy af 61 92 K' Z1 . 1,43 If , E ' 2,t 3. f fl Z if if esei S A gf fm' , 'Q fi W A ,-.,:,f l K l ardia Xx ii' d if 'W' X 1 0 if x it l ack K we-. ..,. ., , ...--....,.. .........,.,.....,......................,-....a..,...,....,..... rtet L. - Q: -I .' . Q , as ,1. 5414, 55: tb, 12 ' ,,,,,., . bl ! -- A A- -, . nn. , ...Q- .H AAttempting to disguise themselves as studious seniors are Sandy Nickel and Gail Decker. Not pictured: Teresa Anderson Debra Arellano Gary Carson Delores Chavez Mark LaCross Richard Llamas Bob McCourry Arnold Ratzlaff Treva Redger Tracy Thrash Seniors Tom Witcher Ken Woffenden Jenny Woolsey Don Wright Bob Young David Young Dawn Young Nancy Zimmerman Juniors Lori Ensz Chris Estrada Julie Fields Bill Fike Jessica Flickenger Carolyn Florez LaCinda Foudray Ross Frank Kent Franz Joe Frawley Bryan Frey Gary Frey Von Friesen Rhonda Fryhover Cecelia Garcia Marcy Garcia Mark Gard Deanna Garrett Lewis Gibbens Jim Glover Debbie Gonzalez F Gina Gonzalez Tim Graber Robin Grace Kristy Gray Tony Griffie Janice Grochowsky Larry Gronau Rick Guhr Steve Haas Brian Hall David Hall Richard Hall Jacque Hand Karen Hanke Dee Harrison Gwen Hartley Susan Hauck Steve Hayes J Ron Hays Robert Herrington Patty Herron 1, r,iy X , ,ml ig J . ,, gl Q S ,- -ai ' eer, f- Iirl' ' VW V QW Q 1 ' - .,-an-, 1- : W., -iff: ,geek 5 4' will e r if" "fi ff' . 1I"fV:V1'3' ' I'flI4Eif PQ?:ff-2'Ifgfgl,fgf-2'''7' -V V V ' Ui., ' jlgi i ix 555' ' ' ri' 352 N .. 71 X A 52-9 t fko 4 'W it I 3-.pg . ., .f:V,'V:,5g,'s1 i X new , 4 4 ' 0563 'S 1 s 1 V' 4 1 Q , sr, is. a E V V- ' '25-1 fs:-ra-:Q V I f 53 - if ,. 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KF' 5 M '-,',' ' " 5 'X Juniors Matt Hiebert Brenda Hill Judy Hill Doris Hoelscher Mark Hopkins Jayne Hrdlicka Steve Huntley Judy Hushbeck Mary Janzen Rusty Jolliff Julie Jones Julie Ann Jones Carol Jordan Kevin Kasitz Darline Kasper Kendra Kaufman Danell Kearns Dan Kelly Peggy Kelly Desiree Kelsch Dennis Delsey Debbie Kemper Susan Kemph Shanalyn Kiger Raeanne Klingenberg Craig LaFoe Kevin Landis Brian Linn Carla Linn Deanna IVlcAdow Von Friesen, Greg Dome, Dane Thomas, Brian Linn, Greg V BYYHI1 Frey and Larry Gronau take time out from their hens and Jeff Davis are often found on "the row." "busy Schedules" to Pose for a picture in the library- A1119 lead Vocalists of "Cranberry LSAdding the finishing touches to the Railerettes' entry in the Homecoming Parade are Twist" are Pam Dicken and Kristy Gray. Brenda Hill, Patti Paulson and Rochelle Schmidt. Gary Sheffler Gary Siemens Kandi Silvernale Gary Skinner Donita Smith Oliver Smith, Terry Smith Lorane Soller Dennis Spencer Mary Sprunger Carin Stanhope Tim Steele Linda Steiner Diane Stoddard Donna Stoddard Mike Sturgeon Curtis Svoboda Frank Swoyer Matt TenBarge Tammy Terbovich Phyllis Tessendorf Greg Theis Dane Thomas Raymond Tolbert , Vw f sf ' ' -'-v' A' it Tiff . ' Q ' , X "'i " T, V V F ifa: K i 1: f ,, ??'1'q""r'2,.::: ' . r ' 'ff 1 . "sf ,ii . ef li, -T T at ,. l ,ll' ' .11 T .f ' ir. --If 51: A .5 11 . 'sf evet' P- T H f, gif: ,,,.,. s iq 'y 11 X .fel KkLfSgJ'1?F1 Q r. 1, f, .QQ , f cg f-f, :f ,.,r ,ev Y 5- V , 5:15 g'vQff'f :si ' fi -5 " ' Vi ,',, .sway .8 ' - 3 5 55" iv 'af "',"." 'fi' z - ff, ff ff 'fl ' P ,S-:liZf1-5 S23 -V ' X X 5' rx t 'lv gl. N SY x X 814 ls. we 4 fd fe, e.er , 1 ','k ' V Qf ,, V WX :N ii 3 it if .ik ,K ., , 5. ,, , .se-, W ,,,, , I SX X sk ' X ,. , I z iv? , , X N tm... -:a :.55l-., :-eg ii Y Vi glib rr. .,a-r is , . 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V: , W , V, '. 1 , 5'5 l ?Wf4 L - V ' ' 4, .",, , V, e ' e . , gf 'if' etll ' 3 X JD L Juniors Vandi Powers Paula Prater Lorie Preston Darrell Prockish Dennis Pugh Kim Ramsey Larry Raskopf Diane Ratley Ramie Redger Gary Reece Tom Reed Madella Regehr Sara Reimer Bryan Reusser Calvin Richardson David Richardson Joe Rivera Yvonne Roberson Steve Robertson Greg Rodriguez Cindy Rogers Laura Rohe David Rolland Kim Rose Steve Rostetter John Royston, Gina Runyan Gina Sadowski Andrea Sanderson Jeff Saxton Dan Schaefer Kris Schill Mike Schirer Cindy Schmidt Greg Schmidt Janice Schmidt Larry Schmidt Rochelle Schmidt Mark Scholtz Mark Schroeder Ron Schultz Cay Scott Sophomores Show spirit in activities Enthusiasm and leadership were displayed by the sophomores. Ev- eryone worked together as a class to make it a successful year. As a class, the sophomores made many contributions to our school. They were valuable assets in sports, debate, drama, music and clubs. They also participated in Home- coming to make it a success for the entire school. The friends, experiences and ac- complishments of the class of '81 will always be cherished and never forgotten. Jeff Abney Vicki Almond Clay Anderson Sam Andrews Liz Balfour Rhonda Ball Terri Banks Barrie Barker Gwen Barkman Robbie Barnes Bev Barr Arnold Berends Dinah Berends Laura Berg Diane Bevan Brian Black Rhonda Bond Larry Bornowsky Brenda Brown Rhonda Brown Carol Buettner Amy Buller Jane Buller Scott Buller ' A1-Sophomore class officers are CFRONT ROW! Diana Penner, vice president, Cathy Nlon ares, president, IBACK ROWD Connie Penner, girls' representative: Scott lVloran, boys representative and Kim Silvernale, secretary-treasurer. A 4 S .aai A mem. v" me 4 'Q-2555' ' if'-55 f . fifi A A , , ,.,, , , . . t 'rrrrr , I f Zi I bt: .... 11- ,... -, ?.3,....g,V I il., .V MQW L ,... . . r ' r." T ,S ,"..i ' Ji i -, A I IPI-Irvs 1-711' I N- ' ".14::0 ' H ' 1442 " 17 ' W ":- 1 ' af , ' 4 an -Ll7.' 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D 1 L l 1 l Sophomores Jimmy Gonzalez Patty Gonzalez Raymond Gonzalez Sue Goossen Kelly Gosney Marilyn Graber Tamie Granaas Christy Grant Tammy Green Doug Grosch Lisa Grubbs Shellie Haas Ronnie Hamm Gary Hanke Dayid Hanna Mike Hardtarfer Darla Harms Lori Harms Mike Harrison Tammy Harrison Susan Harrold Larry Haury Luke Hawk Eric Hein Cindy Henderson Jana Henning Becky Henson Darla Herbel Marva Hiebert Sharolyn Hiebert Troy Hiebert Eddie Hodgkins Connie Hoelscher Teresa Holmes Roy Hopkins Heidi Hughes Gayle Humphrey Sue Humphrey Dana Huskerson Gary Jacobs Jerrilynn James David Jamison , S21 , ,, , ,.., ,. ,. , . ,,.,, ,. ....,. ,.-,zz .-,, L f, ,-f, 1,516 ' .,.-f gag, , .,., " i J if' 1 -ff-':- 212,-. . , ,., ,. ':':':2:'E5Y?3?i4 , sw: :gsf 22:1-12 "QQj21.,:g' 1' f I 39:5 E22 'f' lie" ery I .ag 'glff . E: 'FH A 3,1 K , ,,.m :,,,, Q, ,,,,, , ,7 , K :J-' yo. ' f ' 5' l 7' ' y - 'x'z.e-f,,'g1,f yy ..,, 7 i if , 4, 5 'yi N J ,E V. . 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Parade are Alan Shellhefd. J0hl'lnY Jones and Kevin Lewis. Sophomofes Mike Schmidt Rob Schmidt Steve Schmidt Fred Schoby Leslie Schrag Nancy Scott Mike Sebo Alan Shepherd Marcia Sholders Brenda Siemens Kim Silvernale Louise Smith Robin Smurr Joni Soyez Stacy Spaulding T Leslie Spencer Kevin Staley Andy Stamper Darren Stanford Rick Stanhope David St. Clair Annette Steider Kathy Steiner John Strain Paula Stucky Sandra Suderman Kathy Sundstrom Laron Swarts Ron Swickard Mark Swoyer Vince Tafolla Stewart Taylor Valerie Thomas Desiree Thompson Kenny Thurman Vernon Tolbert Pete Torres Brenda Trass Sonya Tuttle Bryan Unruh Jeff Unruh Melinda Unruh .i N, 'rf' Hi" 'x , ' V , f j' ,WT lf, j l. ,N fi," , V t w vm S , S , 1 --h K it ln. K r . f..zf-me 1 I vV,, H E 4, ff .V ,nf VVVL ,fy L,E.,.,xA?, 47 '- "Q I I 2 --Us : jr ' A .fm .Q 5 A fr V 1-+--My-W "-' f ' ,,yi 2Tlg,1 QL f X any r , ly ,:vzv2.g,:.:i-. 4 i , , . R2 'F 2 1 ,W , A 7 S , is " . , ' ,. 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X Qwwpw V"""'f rx f ,- f Sophomores Greg Opland Donnie Orand Elsie Orpin Doug Osburn Cecilia Pankiewicz Doug Pauls David Peaney Cara Penner Connie Penner Diana Penner Doug Porter Jana Porter Lisa Prater Brian Preheim Randy Pugh Jerry Pulaski Dennis Ratzlaff John Rau Doug Reber Jim Reeves Dennis Reif John Regier Wendy Reimer Gina Remington Delphine Reyes Brad Roberson Jeanenne Rodgers John Rodriguez Mark Rodriguez Kela Rolland Manuel Romero Julie Rosko Lora Royston Russell Rucker Faye Rudiger Jimmy Runnells Bruce Sadowsky Lourie Sanders Laurie Schill Pat Schill Darrin Schmidt Lynette Schmidt Freshmen Off to a brand new adventure Just as Karen and Richard Carpenter sang a few years back the freshmen followed thus year wlth the words We ve Only Just Begunl And they voiced them loud and clear Freshmen came In second In Homecoming Week, scoring the highest total ever by freshmen at 195 They were also very strong In athletics With a lot of talent and splrlt they gave promise of being a def mute asset all through their hugh school years ee xii Euleen Albrlght Chris Anderson Davld Anderson 3 iq Debbue Anderson Roy Androes Paul Archer 'MN 'EN Gma Arellano Steve Arellano Ronald Atkmson Kevm Balrd Paul Baker Klm Balfour Myrtle Banks Llsa Barber Brett Barnhart IVllchaeI Baugh Barbara Beard 'B Brenda Becker Jolynn Becker Penny Bell Llsa Benmnghoff Patty Bernhardt Steve Blsom I ' Il I I ll 'ly V.l,' as J, . . 39 ff - t r Q ' l gffgfffff YT Q it fi is ii Q' g 3 Q 1 Mfr, i. 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A , VA,, l Sophomores Rosa Valle Hans Vandever Vaughn Voth Robin Walker Debbie Walz Marty Warkentine Jeri Watkins Richard Watts Karen Wehry Gretchen Wells Wes Welsch Mike Wenger Curtis Wherry Mitch Whitehead Brian Wiebe Dean Willems Richard Williams Sherol Williams ' Paige Wilson Bev Witcher John Witcher Jamy Wolter Pam Wright Karen Yoder Vwifhout mug Shots are Rh0I1d8 Rinehart, DGHIWY YO'-H19 and VSophomore Norma English tries to rope a goat for the FFA Todd Linn, Andy Duebler and Robin Stout are camera shy. Sweetheart competition. .3 v ' 42 ,325 Melissa Thompson prepares to join her AThe locker section is often crowded as freshmen rush to their next class. gems forawnch break- Debbie Flory Joey Foudray Steve Franklin Shellie Franz Micheal Friday Ricky Fryhover Sheila Funk Robert Gaede Brian Gaiser Danial Garcia Gilbert Garcia Tim Garcia Nancy Garnica Annette Gatz Allen Geer Darran Giles Tamara Girrens Eddie Gleyston Cindy Goertzen Geri Gronau Robert Groscl Madeline Guisingei Mark Hall Barbara Hanke K. F ,i , R as 10" M 'bis sy X- AY, t 3 -mf 1.212 Q5iE.:5f'S A X cz . .,1, egg: J gs Q Q be Q A Q 'f s X ,A E s X sr X "' Y ff ' -,-.W-, 5 J 5 S f , , . J, f E'Ef-41" Q, " ,. 'G 12 Q . ,V Q .- E221 sw- ' .. sag, V t -Q-5' 1 :gif Q55 an , 4' 'WN K -5. , , 'I f ', 5:23, ,,5-:1,E.- 1-ff"-Iv ' ' ,:,,':.t' e a.. ,M , 'gg :,fg3,::1,::g2' Qilff1v.,g ' H -jk f ,5 LQ Q. I, , H N' K 1 5 1 -,,,, 1 V.. 4- ., x X 4 f z 1 ' ,s t i 'iw x qs 4 fy! Y ,.-, f-"L -s . - ,ze-1 ,.-' 1 1.-ul. ..-, - 'Nw W . 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Freshmen Suzanne Boese Bobby Bolton Mark Boston Andrea Briseno Benjamin Briseno Ann Buller Marceil Buller Roberto Bunner Sheila Bunner John Button LaVonda Campbell Kathy Cannon Christine Capps Donald Carpenter Michele Case Chris Casey Scott Castleman Dawn Caton Tammy Christianson Bobby Church Carl Cletts Richard Colborn Mike Collins Deanna Croft Charles Crump Mark Curtis Vince Dale Alan Denno. Scott Deschner Mike Dock Robbie Dodd Todd Drinnen Lisa Driskell Janine Dyck Barbara Edwards Norman Ellis Linda Farmer Tom Fayette Cathy Ferguson James Fisher Kathy Fisher Pam Fleer Freshmen Doug Krause Jackie Krueger Steve Kuhn Delores Kyle Kirsten Lachenmayr Christina Lassley Roger Laswell Tony Lentz Sheri Lewis Wes Lewis George Liggett Alaina Litsey Karen Loeffler Michelle Lujano Crystal Lundblade Rebecca Martinez Marcy Meirowsky James Miller Lloyd Miller Reuben Monarez Rosey Monarez Anne Morgan Leslie Moser Kaleen Murphy Lisa McCulloch Ron McFarlane Amy McNeill Tanya McQuiIliam Mike Murray Todd Musser Myles Newberry Joni Newell Son Nguyen Douglas Nienstedt Lisa Okle Kent O'Neal James O'Toole Janette Oursler Joey Overholt Terry Palmer Michelle Paquette -William Paronto K ...., I ,A I 24,1 V ,, , Y, ,,,, , .1-n.,,., Q, , , v , 5.5 -fo-x , Law ,jg ,, .V s e X A five 5 4 0 f .A ,' , - zen' "'v,NR f , gg, 1- .,:,jw f--s,fs..,j'--m.g JM. ,Q ,,, v, s X. s 5 f is R 1 , W' if" V- i ,, 4 t Jw 'W f 4, pf " X ww ' 2.4 "', ell' X 'r . .rf I M 1 V sr 1 1:-' M , Thi: x ' . ff f 1, ljf fc 1 W ,r If If J 3' .ru -N, 'x'mX". i' 2 2' H I 4 ,Ai L ., -as 5 J J .. e4f' .,1.,, I, ,,,.,f?., , ,g,,f.g:e .V x. 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H J Q' rw , N , 22 if 5. , ' , ' W, M.: mir 5 "f'f'f 'J ' , l Sf W., 2 'Q-mf" V, 7. .....,,f il ' - :', Qs, Freshmen William Hanna Scott Harder Gwenda Harms Kristy Harper Kristine Harris Rhonda Hayes Paula Hellar Ricky Henderson Doreen Herrington Kenneth Herrod Mike Hershberger Troy Hiebert Carol Hinton Kathy Holdeman Tamra Holdeman Sandy Holihde Sheldon Holstine David Hrdlicka Donald Hultman Janelle Humphries James Huntley Jeff Huskerson ,Evan Ice Tim Jacobs Ken Janzen Leasha Johnston Mark Jones Mark Jordan Mark Kasper Roger Kasper Galen Kaufman Scott Kaye Ferlin Kearns Bryan Keazer Darlene Kehler Dawn Kelly Janean Kessler Staci Keyes Steven Killfoil Jim Kirkpatrick Dana Koch Lynn Kosminski 4 l I Freshmen Lyle Rutschman Nancy Ryan Mary St Clarr Sharon Salmans Sylvra Sandoval Cmdy Sangals Dan Sauceda Greg Schmrdt Karen Schmidt Kevm Schmrdt Vrckr Schmrdt Elrzabeth Schoby IVlrcheal Schommer Paul Schrag Betty Schroeder Loren Schroeder Ann S8011 Renee Shuger Jovena Sldders Tom Skaggs Gaye Lynne Slaughter Sharon Slaven Cathy Smrth Kathy Smrth Gary Smrth Kevm Smith Ronald Soller Brran Spencer Bully Stahl Bobby Stahl Richard Stanqohr Ruth Stauffer Susan Stemkrrchner Jeff Sturgeon Davrd Stollenberg Tammy Swrft Chrrsty Tedder Peggy Terbovrch Sharon Terbovrch Patrrcra Terrones Dennrs Tessendorf Melrssa Thompson 1:91 ,.-Q-A 149' assi FN' 4.-.J ,av4""-R I A Wai sm "52"R-2? 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W., Q S +L' gs 4' 5 Q' :Yagi ' ,gf f 1-M 1 Q ii ii ? c 2 get i 5 ,rg 552, , E3 ...V g. 1434 A ..... 1 S' if .Mfg ge A X X Q s 5 , y e e s is . :::,' Ilia -L" I - .,:lL11- i -. f rs: 2' sci' ' Q . , I x D , 2 ff 69 Mx 'M 'F , E2 . w' Freshmen Mary Paul Bernie Pearson Troy Peterson David Portlock Dwight Portlock Lyle Powers Tracie Rambo Robert Ratcliff Mitch Ratley Brian Ratzlaff Tanya Reaves Steve Reber Connie Reece David Reece Tim Regier Denenne Reinecke Troy Reusser Eric Rhoades Kent Richards Alita Rivera Brett Roberson Jeanine Robinson Lenora Rodgers Margaret Royston Students take time to talk over the upcoming day's activities in the freshman locker section before going on to their various classes 19:1 vflttendance clerk Elesa Garcia makes note of an absence while working in the Student Service Center. i l l l l VArdith Sauerwein, Bob Reber, Phil before a Board of Education meeting at Anderson Ill and Dr. Cyril Brown relax the Central Office. f l l il AKitchen help Selma Klassen and Phyllis Lehrman serve students and faculty in the sandwich line. ACustodian Al Kater smiles for a picture l while maintenance man Lloyd Deghero is busily repairing a thermostat. r -..A ..-4... ..., .A . hs. ..Y....--....,.,............-...........,.-.........i...i....... ...?-,..-..,........,....-........-. G -......-. ..A....4.,.-,-Y - - - .... ,. In E' z, F K l 5. Q I S K l l 1 l .V .ff 1' - 'V S945-3, -e -' -1,-31, "Q c 4 K X l 5 , , l A , Hx,--.-ab' -1- ., .ee f 'L V. ,v Ggfzwivv 'G' 5 5 , ,i W ,., i 4.11 M , J " r '..,,.. ,,,., in' ,. , ,f , ,gl 5, W V, ,A r an ,? I 2 ,X 1 X K 4 ' X I I1-fi-'72 ' ': Z ' 4 x V V I ' X' V A, . H V V - A t ' 1- 1 ' " 14,43 . . ' ,N ' I ' '2 1 J 1 f -xp , ' w ,I " 'CPL-L' -' .4 -"iff . - J -- 'f ,. .,,. fc V ' ' f J-M1 l v ..,. J t J I ',. 'f 45372 4' . 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Danny Reid and Judy Schwiekhard are camera shy. 1 l l l l i '-"W 'yan' Freshmen Bobby Van Horn Billy Vargas Brian Walker Susan Wells Ricky Werner Larry Werner Eric Wiens Karen Wiens Deanna Witcher Stacey Woltmg Kelli Wondra Kathy Wright fl First year for computerized scheduling Aside from their regular jobs, a group of concerned residents set aside time to attend monthly meetings for the needs of the com- munity and schools. This devoted group combined its strength and vigor in handling issuses. One main issue was computerized scheduling. Computerized scheduling was put into effect for the first time at Newton High. Although the com- puterized scheduling did cause some confusion and schedule re- arrangements, students got used to the idea that computor scheduling was inevitable. Alvaand Bob Reber, avid Railer fans 9XPl'eSSi0US during One Of the Railel' and supporters, show different emotional QHITIES. Asteve Williams, principal, switches roles and cleans up his act. VFred Saab, assistant superintendent, and daughter seem to be having fun sup- porting the Railers. iVPearl Kurr, assistant principal, stops patroling the halls for a moment to pose for a picture. YL Y .A 1 . -1 25 I 1 Q K 4 AClark Whiting, Superintendent of 'Schools relaxes and watches the Railers. .1 l u l . . . - .- - Q.-.....-v-.,....,--.b,..-..-M-.-...,....-.:..-,,,l..-rf,-wg...,,.,:-..,,-,..-.ww-f,v...v- -fp--,Q--ff ,- 1: 5? XX ,W Q , EQ il Counselors help students prepare themselves for the future I Counselors had as their main interest and responsibility the edu- cational welfare of each student. lVluch time was spent in individual conference with students. Areas of student concern were such things as what subjects to take from year to 1 V775 fffwfr .4 ,,,,r . haw ,sf, ,,.. . s .--- aff , jg . f , ff ,.s f..,,,, f -I--, wof, '-2,.fuf,' , -' Q . i..r, J it I 3 L Lrzvv AGwen Phillips, teacher's aide, answers the phone in the section of the IIRC set year, possible careers to consider, further education after graduation and problems as they arose in cer- tain classes. Personal problems and a better awareness and understanding - of themselves for students were also a ,MX i A 4 up to resemble a home. This to help students prepare for future problems. main concern of the counselors. The counselors operate within the framework of the school to make the best possible educational exper- ience for each student. AVocational secretary, Beth Hollowab makes sure everything fits perfectly. . Z lm, W mation on attendance from Elsa Garcia, Alvleribeth Sprunger, secretary, dgeg ALHUHS SCh3ff6I',.f S8I'll0l', and Becky some checking on her files, Berquist, junior, receive some vital infor- attendance clerk' I .f K C 6 5 S , - C . .-.....,...-f-v.v-.....,r-.n,r-.--r..r-..,-,.-,,.v-.-,: - 1- vDon Willson, assistant principal, smiles VM ' B d f Ed ' 3 Oar 0 UCGUOU meeting are schools, Alvin Penner, president, Ardith f0f the Camera while breaking HWHV from Calvin Chandler, assistant superinten- Sauerweinr vice-president, Bob Reber, '1iSW0'k- dent: Jim Gaeddert, Jav Holstine, mem- Phil Anderson ul, Dr. Cyril Brown, ' r bers, Clark Whiting, superintendent of members, --.rd lf gi 1 a ' ' 1 . ,ffffff , f r , . - ' d t C l 'n Chan- AJO Brookshire, new to the administra- ASteve Williams 'shows his ChrlstmaS AAsslstant Supermten en 3 V' - - laxation. - f t. dl r is caught In a moment of re tion office. Puts in a hard dHY'S Work' Spirit at the faclllfv Chflstmas bfeak as 6 .-9 Staffs lend help to benefit school "Keeping costs down and giving a variety of food to our custom- ers," was the major concern of the food services' employees. Keeping costs down and adding a buffet line brought up the number of students eating at school. An essential part of the school staff was the office monitors. Their jobs included picking up attendance sheets, answering phones and help- ing the office staff. Between trips to the classroom and picking up the phone, and saying, "Newton High School, may I help you?" they found time to relax and have some fun. But when there was work to be done, the monitors did it. Another staff, not to be forgot- ten, was the custodians. They spent many hours picking up after the students and faculty, and protect- ing the school at night. AAfternoon kitchen help are lFlRST Howl Andrea Rodgers, lVlarion Llamas, Elizabeth Bakerp lSECOND ROWl Gary Sheffler, Hans Vandever. DSeIma Klassen looks on as Donella Lais mixes cookie dough for the noon meal. VThe morning help in the kitchen are IFRONT ROWD Virginia Abney, Kathrine La Coss, Naoma Koehn, Phyllis Lehrman, Betty Steinkirchner, Betty Sims, Eunice Schmidt, Dorothv Peak, Joann Banks: lSECOND ROWl Donella Lais, Selma Klassen, Martha Busenitz, Della Schroeder, Vera Sills, Aldine Funk, Elda Schrag, Barbara Stephey, Blanche Deghero, Erma Dean. 4 ARayIene Woolsey, receptionist, gives information to a questioning caller. AChecking her files is the guidance secretary, Jean Schroeder. ,vmggjs Ii ALooking up from her bookkeeping is Nancy McFarlane. Abney, Jeff C. Abney, Virginia Academics Activities Adams, Richard l7, 30, 51, 71, 85, 98, Administration I49, 150, 151, 152 Agriculture Akin, Maridene Akin, Melvin lBudl Albright, Eileen Alexander, Millicent Allbaugh, Alden Almond, Vicki A. 130 Alumbaugh, Gary Alvarado, Dan Alvarado, Rudy Alvarez, Pat E. Anders. Brad ' 122 Anderson, Chris Anderson, Clay R. Anderson, Anderson, Debbie Anderson, Donita Anderson, Lori Anderson, Lyle C. Anderson, Mike David E. 91, 123 94,122 Anderson, Phil lll Anderson, Teresa Andres, Mark Andrews, Gary ' Andrews, Sam Androes, Lorna A. Androes, Roy ' Anduss, Roxan L. Archer, James Archer, Jimmy L. Archer, Paul Ardizzone, Anthony Arellano, Brigid R Arellano, 121 Arellano, Arellano, Arellano, Arellano, 106 Debbie Elaine Gina Julie R. Liz Arellano, Mary. Arellano, Rick A. Arellano, Steve J. Arellano, Sylvia Art Arvin, Reed Davy Reece Carla Peachey Lori Schultz Pam Wynn David Vogt 86, 130 152 47 29 12, 16, 104, 106 147,148, 78 '71 57 63,138 52,122 48 65, 66, 106 122 85, 99, 87, 138 157 91, 130 138 138 106 ' 73, 122 49, 69, 146,149 121 106 80 130 88,122 87,138 122 122 156 79 138 122 31,122 3,97f 122 65, 138 122 44, 73, 122 B5, 122 87, 138 92, 138 67 Ash, Laurie 106 Atkinson, Richard Atkinson, Ronald Aviation Auto Mechanics Bacon, Brandon Bailey, Glen S. Baird, Kevin E. Baker, Betty Baker, Elizabeth Baker, Paul A. Baker, Tracy S. Balfour, Elizabeth Balfour, Kim R. Ball, Rhonda Banks, Joann Banks, Myrtle A. Banks, Terri Banks, Twila Barber, Lisa G. Barker, Barrie R. Barker, Kendall C Barkman, Gwen Barkman, William Barnard, Daniel Barnes, Robert Barnhart, Brett V138 Barnhart, Larry Barnhart, Scott Barr, Bev L. 100, 130 Barr, Mary J. Bastow, Roge D. Bates, Letha Baugh, Michael Beadd, Barbara Becker, Brenda' Becker, Bryan W- Becker, Byron P. 106, 1 18, Becker, Jolyan Beckham, Dwight Bell, Pam L. Bell, Penny Benninga, Maurice Benninghoff, Lisa Berends, Arnold S, Berends, Dinah A. Berg, Laura F- Bernhardt, Patty Bergquist, Becky Bestgen, Yo Bevan, Diane R. Bisoni, Steve B. 28, 41, 92, 5, 106, 138 138 39 79 122 122 138 151 152 65, 87. 138 122 130 65. 138 130 152 91', 138 96, 97, 130 106 138 130 106 130 57, 106 G5 61. 130 65, 87, 99, 75.87 54,84,122 8,41,60 54, 92, 122 122 91, 95, 138 75, 138 65, 89, 138 79, 122 5, 45, 50, 138 64,65,66 122 138 38,77 101,138 75,130 73,130 130 45,138 81,122f150 .48 63, 130 138 Black, Brian S. Black, Jim Blair, Donna Blair, Linda K. Boese, Mike D. Boese, Mitch D. Boese, Suzanne M, Bogart, Cindy .89 Boley, Ed 64, 65, 66,106 Bolton, Bobby Bolton, John R. Bolton, Teena R. 41,100,123 40 Bond, Rhonda R. Bornowsky, Lawrence Boston, Mark A. Bott, Charlotte, R. 130 106 123 123 85, 123 97, 139 57, 88, 61, 63, 139 76, 123 2, 6, 28, 130 130 87, 139 9, 40, 42, 61, 63, 64, 65,106,107 Boys' Basketball Brandon, Melinda A. Brandt, Pam 104, 123 Branson, Eric S. 123 Branum, Larry D. Brenneman, Richard 160 Briseno, Andrea J. Briseno, Benjamin R. Brittion, Tammie Brookshier, Jo Brookshier, Jody L. Brookshier, Michael 107' Broom, Jerri Brown, Brenda R. Brown, Cyril Brown, Debbie L. Brown, Julian Brown, Mandy Brown. Rhonda K. 64. 65. Brown, 66 130 Teresa Brueggeman, Denise. Brungardt, Teresa Budde, Michael Bueker, Terry J. Buettner, Carol A. Buettner, Darrell Buller, Amy J. 97, 130 Buller, Ann Buller, Jane E. Buller, Larry S. Buller, Marcil J. Buller, Scott A. Buller, Susan P. 61, 107 Bunner, Mark A. Bunner, Robert 0. 139 94,95 104,107 17,30, 19, 27, 93, 107 50, 123, 1 39 1 39 1 07 1 49 74, 1 23 5. 54, 123 130 149 123 107 107 37,60, 93 1 07 130 88, 96, 44, 139 88, 130 107 139 130 5, 36, 123 87, 95, Bunner, Sheila R. 139 Burkhart, Tim 65, 66, 85, 107 Burton, Kimberly J. 71, 90, 131 Busenitz, Martha Business Education 74, 75 Button, John C. 66, 95, 138, 139 Cagle, Tammy L. Cain, Brad A. Calabrese, Adrian 52 Campa, Roger E. Campbell, LaVonda A. Campton, David Cannon, Kathy L. Capps, Christine K. 139, 153 ' Capps, Ron 59, 91 Carlson, Beth E. Carpenter, Donald G Carper, Nicholas P. 66, 131 Carrier, Clay 123 Carson, Gary Case, Daniel L. - Case, Michele M. 139 Casey, Chris D. Casey, Dennis N. Castleman, Scott C. 139 Caton, Dawn 66, 139 Caudell, Craig L. Caudell, Todd D. Cervantes, Debbie l07 Chamberlain, Dana Chambers, Todd D Chandler, Calvin Chandler. John A. 123 Chaple, Maria Chapman, Dibi Chapman, Joseph 123 Chavez, Delores J. Chavez, Doris E. Cheerleaders Chess Club 36, 65, 63. 64, 20, 35, 152 72,73, 64, 65, 123 131 31,34, 131 139 61, 139 70, 91, 42, 58, 90,131 139 63,64,65 53, 85, 121 123 90, 97 97, 139 95, 131 87, 95 64, 65, 107 131 40, 61, 123 65, 131 149 84, 94, 35, 54 131 22, 85, 121 51, 123 41 43 VThe day custodians take tim - -- A -.',..aqi.-.M-san-....zn-.-.......--A-mf..,....,,,.,, , eout from Delores Cook Shirley Petersen Harold their dailv duties T0 Pose for the camera. Will, Newell Lasiter, Al Kater. I Thev are OPS' Reddick, Elsie Jackson, i l in AJunior Carla Linn answers the phone as one of many duries of being a monitor during third hour. Q Office monitors are lLYlNGl Gary Gronau, CFIRST ROWI Deanna McAdow, Vandi Powers, Carla Linn, Marcy Garcia, Chris Capps, Doris Hoelscher, Desiree Kelschg KSECOND ROWl Paula Prater, Lorene Soller, Crystal Johnson, Laura Mixon, Judy Hill, Cay Scott, Nladella Regehrp lON LOCKERSD Sherry DeSmith, Karen Hanke, Teri DuBois: ITHIRD ROWl David Piehler, Todd Kirkpatrick, Bob Stahly, Don Wright, Larry Gronau. vCharles Hensley and Donald Dickson are the night custodians at the school. Ailustodian Shirley Petersen experiences the feeling of being alone as she sweeps an empty room which an hour earlier had been filled with students. Gurrens Tamara M 97 138 140 Gleysteen Eddle Glover Jam H Goerlng Jenny S 41 90 131 Goerlng Lon A Goermg Russell 60 61 63 110 Goertzen Carolyn A 110 160 Goertzen Clndy J Johnston Leasha G 97 138 140 Golf Gomez Carlos Gomez Elnzabeth B Gonzalez Debra L Gonzalez Gma Gonzalez James L Gonzalez Patrlcua Gonzalez Pau Gonzalez Raymond V Goossen SueA 96 124 Gosnev Julue Gosnev KeIlYA Gould Ron Graber Bob Graber Karolyn Graber Marllyn Graber Tum A Grace Robin L Granaas Tamle J Grant Chrlstlna K Gray Kr1styA Green Gary Green Tammy Greenway Gma Gnffue Tony E Grlfflth Sara J Grochowsky Januce M Grochowsky Kenth W Grochowsky Leann S Gronau Gary Gronau Gen L Gronau Larry D 125 153 Grosch DougIasW Grosch Robert D Grose Gay Grubbs Lusa Guhr Rlck D Gulslnger Madeline I Gymnastlcs Haas Shelly Y 4 24 8 20 3 28 50 b5 90 35 54 124 99 132 3 17 60 63 52 110 65 96 132 3 48 80 86 87 95 5 110 65 124 2 14 2 69 84 4 26 31 5 71 111 40 37 1 24 65 132 4 40 70 71 100 101 Haas Steve F 4 Hall Brlan L 4 Gary Reece Gma Greenway Donna Blair Letha Bates David Daye Ha DavldG 4 Ha Greg Ha Mark Ha R1chardA Hamm Ronn1eR Hamm Tammne Hand Bob Hand Jacquelme Hanke Barbara Hanke Gary Hanke KarenS Hanke Make A 111 15 Hanna Davnd 2 Hanna Wulluam E Hanson Gene Harder Scott Harder Susan Hardtarfer Michael Harms Darla K Harms Gwenda R Harms Lon A Harper Krlstlne A Harrus Krrstlne D Harrlson Denrdre Harnson Mlchael Harrlson Tammy Harrold Janna Harrold Susan Hartley Gwen Hauck Susan Haury Larry E Hawk Luck M Hawkins Llsa Hayes Steven Hayes Rhonda Hays RonW Hem Bruce Hem Eric Hellar Paula Hendershot Beth Henderson Cnndy Henderson Rlck Hennlng Jana 65 91 132 Hennlng Julue 64 65 66 91 111 Hensley Charles Henson Becky L Henry Dana Herbel Darla J Herrmg Bryan W Herrmgton Doreen Herrmgton Robert Herrod Kenneth R Herron Patrlcla L Hershberger Mlke G Hershberger Todd Hlebert Marva J 65 132 Hlebert MattS 67 93 125 Huebert Sharolyn Hlebert Troy Hull Brenda K 2 4 4 2 4 13 124 39 76 5 65 132 10 61 88 60 132 4 74 124 65 66 132 31 111 4 65 124 B2 63 38 53 63 132 4 65 89 97 4 4 43 124 80 95 141 61 62 63 7 60 61 96 132 1-ml Judy' A 153,125 Hlnton Carol L Holberecht Jan Hodgklns Eddie Hoelscher Constance Hoelscher Dons 5 Hoffer Leonard Holdeman Tamra Holderman Kathleen Holmde Sandy D Holloway Beth Holmes Teresa Holmes Tom Holstme J Sheldon Holstme Jay Homecoming Home Economlcs Hopkms Mark Hopkms Roy Hopkms Steve D Horsemanshlp Club Houser Jeff Howard Prlsllla Howell Renee Hrdllcka Davld R Hrdlucka Jayne C 125 126 Hughes Andrea Hughes He1d1P Hugo Sherry Hultman Donald Humanltles Club Humpfles Janelle Humphrey Gayle 41 61 132 Humphrey Sue 2 Hunt Tom K Hunter Bev Huntley James Huntley Steven Hushbeck Judy Huskerson Dana Huskerson Jeff I Hymer Jerry L Ice Evan 66 87 93 Ice Nancy 75 82 88 Index Instrumental Muslc 132 141 Jackson Elsie 32 33 125 Jacobs Gal'Y-I 7 70 141 1 2 2 5 1 41 2 48 141 4 16 17 70 71 5 31 111 91 95 141 20 51 90 832 3 841100 17 45 48 85 125 25 56 132 65 87 99 64 65 10 35 61 62 63 64 32 Jacobs Tum G James Jerrllynn James Marlena F Jamlson Davld R January Janzen Dolle B Janzen Ken G B5 66 141 Janzen Mary Janzen Susan Jarchow NancyJ 60 61 106 111 Jaso Isaac Jay Marty L Johnson Crystal A Johnson LuAnn Johnson Robm S Johnson Shelly R Johnston Bragg Johnston James 95 133 Jolllff Jones Jpnes Jones Jones Jones Russell K Johnny L .lulle Mark A Marsha J Jordan Carol E Jordan Mark W Jost Chris S Jost Scott S Jost Teresa S Jumors Kasltz Kasltz 86 93 Kasper Kasper Kasper Gary Kevm 5 Darlme A Mark W Roger G Kater AI Kaufman Galen D Kaufman Jerry W Kaufmm Kendra J 67 125 Kaufman Marty Kaye Scott B Kearns Kearns Kearns Keazer Keazer Keazer Kehler Kehler Danell Y Ferhn D Ken Bryan L Dale E Lynne Darlene G Judy 2 2 24 25 39 64 5 96 97 7 23 28 31 112 45 52 133 12 84 86 70 125 33 16 38 86 50 125 77 112 10 91 2 98 112 64 65 74 5 4 93 141 17 61 63 39 57 93 141 25 99 141 112 141 89 141 16 23 28 41 50 61 74 112 160 Kelly Danny 5 I - I I 2o,a9, HI - , 60, 61, ' ,I . 63,6 , , ' . 141 , , 12 I , ' 13 I - 55,1 o 11, 95 1 ' 1 , 1 11 I . 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Claassen,-Kendall S. 84, 107 Claassen, Shelly Closing Clutts, Carl Colborn, Don Colborn, Mike Colborn, Richard Collins, Mike D. Collison, Michale Concessions Connor, Christy K. Connor, Kip Cook, Dana Cook, Delores cook, Vicki 1604 Cooper, Renessa D. Cooper, Rochelle Covalt, Joyce cox, chrisfdphef K. 123 Cox, Elyce Craig, Berry F. Creitz, Janet Ra Crispino, Nancy M. 100, 101, 131 Crist, Tina L. 123 Croft, Deanna M. Croft, Douglas W. Cross Country Crotts, Sonya M. Crump, Charles R. Cubbage, Max Cummings, Duane A. Curiel, Robert S. Curtis, Mark A. Curtis, Michael L. Dale, Vince R. Dalke, Dianna Dalke, Pamela A Dannar, Marshall Davis, Cinda 131- Davis, Lynn Davis, Jeff R 125 Daye, David Dean, Erma Dean, Karl Debo, Lori D. Debo, Lynda D. DECA December Decker, Gail D. 61, 108.121 6Q61 139 93,139 123 23,69, 71,107 160 139 38,48 123 91,139 139 45 41,123 108 89 153 48,5o,51, 131 123 60,131 98.99. 131 63,108 123 8,41,6o, 9,31,71, 78, 139 37, 123 91 131 156 139 151 123 64, 65, 131 139 123 139 61,123 108 131 71. 93, 80,81 38,123, 152 108 88,131 88,131 44 20 33,51, Decker, Tracy Deckert, Alan Deckert, Alice DeGrado, Jerry Deghero, Blanche Delvecchio, Tonny Denno, Alan E. 139 Dent, Jo A. Dent, Julie L. Deschner, Scott DeSmith, Charlene 131 DeSmith, Sherry S. Devins, Houston Devore, Eddie Dick, Dellis Dicken, Pam S. 96, 97, 123, 128 Dickson, Donald Disney, Kim Dock, Michael Dodd, Robbie E. I39 Dodgion, Dawn 123 Dolezal, Nadine 58 Dome, Greg 123, 125 Donker, Marla Downen, Wanda 64, 65, 66, 108 Drama Drinnen, Todd 139 Driskill, Lisa R. DuBois, Denise C. DuBois, Teri D. 153 Duebler, Andy Du Friend, Buth J Duncan, Terry D. Duviel, Robert Dyck, Brian E. Dyck, Janine L. Dyck, Jonise lVl. Eckerson, Mike Ediger, Gladys Edward, Barbara K 97, 139 Elder, Teresa Ellis, Leonard Ellis, Norman Embry, Mark Embry, Tracy A. Engel, Chuck English English, Norma ,J 69, 131, 137 Enriquez, Anita Ensz, Lori J. 66, 88, 124 131 59,108 45,123 123 146, 152 131 87, 95, 123 131 139 18, 41,96, 108, 153 67 78 55 37, 51, 60,, 153 123 139 9, 87, 99, 61 . 92. 5, 40, 57, 61. 84, 108 50, 61, 63. 32, 33, 52 87, 95, 139 131 98, 123, 32, 60,131 108 86 32, 123 63, 91, 139 123 151 27, 90,. 69, 90 44, 72 139 108 131 57 48, 49 37, 61, 64,65, EDU. Michelle M. Erickson, Delbert Erickson, Sandy Esau, David 45, 59, 60, 61, 108 Esau, Diane K.. Esau Denise Bradley Esau, Sheryl A. 131 Estrada, Chris 124 Farmer, Linda K. Fayette, David N. Fayette, Jeff N. Fayette, Tom N. 95, 139, FcA February Ferguson, Cathy J. 1 39 FFA FHA Fields, Julie E. Fiene, Shari 30, 40, 50, 82, 88, 96, Fike, Bill Fike, Vernon Fisher, James L. Fisher, Kathy Fitzsimmons, Theresa Fleer, Pam K. Flickinger, Jessie L. Florez, Carolyn 66, 124 Florv, Debbie J. 140 Flory, Kurt D. Football '86, 87 Ford, Gayla Fordyce, Sheryl Foreign Language Forensics Foudray, Joey D. Foudray, Lacinda A. Franco, Cheri Frank, Brenda Frank, Ross Franklin. Steve L. 140 Franz, Ken Franz, Kent W. 124 Franz, Shellie '97, 138, 140 Frawley, Joe French Club Freshmen Frey, Bryan K. '124, 125 Frey, Gary D. 65, 66, 93, 124 1 108 69,99 96,131 5, 32, 33, 108 131 60, 90, 82, 91, I39 95, 13 108 86. 91, 42 26, 27 .65, 89, 37 36 1 24 7,18,24, 08, 160 124 10, 109 139 55, 139 129 139 124 64, 65, 89, 97, 94, 109 84, 85, 109 131 109 140 124 109 109 124 87, 99, 77 18, 94, 20,90, 85,124 35 138 82,94, 63, 64, Friday, Michael 66, 140 Friesen, Friesen, Russell J. Von T. 124, 125 Frost, Jeff Fryhover, Oliver J. 86, 99, 131,140 Fryhover, Rhonda J. Fryhover, Rick Funk, Aldine Funk, F rancis Funk, Scott F. 19, 23, 84, 106, 109, Funk, Sheila M. Fyler, Randy Gaeddert, Greg ,85, 109 Gaeddert, Jim Gaeddert, Tom J. 109 1 Gaede, Becky 109 Gaede, Gaede, Gaede, Gaede, Gaiser, Chelle Daniel G. Robert L. Jerry W. Brian W. Garcia, Anthony 110 Garcia, Garcia, Garcia, 150 Cecelia Daniel F. Elesa Garcia, Gilbert Garcia, Goerge P. 131 65, 66, Garcia, Garcia. 153 Garcia, Joe Marcy E. Tim Gard, Mark A. 67, 124 Garland ,Nuke Garnett, Kevin Garnett Garnica Garnica , Steven , Mike , Nancy Garrett, Deanna L. 50, 59, 124,160 Garver, Troy Gatz, Annette M. 140 Gatz, Bill Gatz, Gary W. Gay, Wi lliam L. Geer, Jim George, Roy L. Gibbens, Lewis E Giles, Darran Gilmore, Tom Girl's Basketball ' . 261. 113 63, 65, 95, 131 85. 94, 77,109 38,82, 124 55, 56 152 77 16, 17, 140 97 16, 23, 149 61, 69, 31,61, 73, 109 43, 131 43, 140 109 87, 140 72, 74, 124 54, 140 146, 95,140 63,64, 131 60, 124, 140 60, 61, 86, 87 110 98,110 140 18, 36, 110 61,101, 85,110 37, 110 131 140 131 124 140 110 96, 97 Mary McRenoyIc David Warr Emelio Solis Julie Schotz Mike Eckerson 5 4 Terru Vaughn Jum Archer Davud Schoby Sonya Crotts Anuta Enruquez Oblander Sheryl K. October Okle Lisa D Okle Tracey L 126 160 Oller Barbara Olsen Sheryl L O Neal Kent A O Neal Gayla M O Neal Melunda C Opland Greg 86 99 135 Opland Steve 6 Orand Donnue Orroke Molly L Orpun Elsue M Osburn Douglas R Oswald Muchelle B OToole Bobble 40 51 104 126 O Toole James K Oursler Janette K Overholt Joey J Pak Chong Palacuoz Tush Palmer Debbue Palmer Terry Pankuewucz Carol J Pankuewucz Ceculua Pankratz Tumothy Paquette Mark 45 60 61 63 64 65 Paquette Muchelle M Parks Van L Paronto Willuam R Paul Earlene Pauls Doug L Paulson Pattu K 126 128 Peachey Carla R Peak Dorthy Peaney Chrus M Peaney Davud G Pearson Bernue R 4 Penner Alvun Penner Cara P Penner Connue S 5 9 89 96 31 50 51 69 115 72 92 115 4 34 4 64 65 66 76 91 2 5 91 13 6 13 30 35 87 93 142 4 39 142 16 17 4 5 32 33 34 66 116 48 90 4 86 95 7 40 90 26 86 135 87 95 4 20 49 90 60 130 Penner Diana C. 90 130 135 Penner Murray Penner Thomas B Penner Todd Peoples Club Pep Club A Perez Rudy Perkins Roger G, Petersen Jean Petersen Sherri L 2 Petersen Shurley Peterson Loru Peterson Troy Phullups Gwen Photography Club Physical Educatuon Puehler Davud 94 116 153 Platt Ruchard D Polutucal Actuon Club Porter Doug L Porter FaberJ Porter Jana NI Porter Paula Portlock Davud B Portlock Dwught K Portlock Lynette Powers Lyle Powers Vandu L Prater Lusa G Prater Paula R Preheum Bruan D 65 66 135 Preheum Terru 6164 5 51 93 116 6 2 2 65 66 53 26 87 143 5 68 69 16 17 21 86 135 5 85 11b 5 4 87 95 143 87 143 3 127 153 61 63 64 16 23 24 32 33 60 61 62 63 106 117 Preston Larry Preston Lorue J Prockush Darrell E Pruutt Susan E Pugh Dennus G 5 Pugh Randolph G Pulaski Jerry Raulerettes Rambo Tracu Ramurez Joe Ramsey Kum Randall Dan Rankun Patrucua A 6 Raskopf Larry L Raskoph Tarry Ratcluff l Jeannue Ratcluff RobertC Ratley Duane R Ratley Mutch D Ratzlaff Bruan Ratzlaff Dennus L 67 92 100 127 27 76 127 5 5 89 143 45 80 42 59 50 117 88 127 4 95 143 3 Rau John P. 134 135 Ray Ivauu Read Tom Reaves Tanya Reber Bob 4 Reber Doug K Reber va Reber an Reber Ron.C. 85 94 117 Reber Steven K 43 Redduck Opal Redger Ramue J Redger Treva Reece Davy R Reece Gary Reeves James R Regehr Madella 127 153 Reguer Heudu C 60 61 117 Reguer John Reguer Tum 4 Reud Donny D Reuf DaleA Reuf Dennus R Reumer Carla 7 Reumer Sara L 27 Reumer Wendy J 5 Reuneke Deneene K Reunhart Debbue Remungton Guna A Reusser Bryan 45 49 94 122 127 Reusser Troy Reyes Delphune A Rhoades Jon E 43 Rhoades Marc C Ruchards Kent T 4 Richardson Calvun E Ruchardson Davud W 27 Rucketts Susan I Runehart Rhonda Ruvera Aluta Ruvera JoeS Roach Douglas D Roberson Roberson Roberson Roberson Roberson Robunson Brad Dave Yvon ne Brett B Steve M Jean une Rodgers Andrea Rodgers Jeanenne Rodgers Lenora L Rodruguez Greg L Rodruguez Mark A Rodruguez John 91 95 7 4 146 148 95 135 4 23 84 6 53 4 43 27 35 9 71 553 65 135 87 99 5 7 70 71 53 63 5 65 88 54 60 43 13 30 43 5 87 95 84 93 87 95 65 79 27 79 117 5 2 4 4 52 92 135 4 35 85 127 5 86 135 Rogers Cynthia Rohe Laura K. Rolland David A Rolland Kela A. Romero Manuel M Rose Kim A Rosko Julie L. Rosko Melora S. Rostetter Steve L Roth Karen Royston Lora L Royston John R Royston Margaret A Royston Patrucua G Ruduger Faye D Rucker Jeanue Rucker Russel G Runnells Carol D Runnells Jum R Runyan Guna D Russell Jennufer J Rutschman Lyle P Ryan Nancy L Saab Fred Sadowsky Bruce E Sadowsku Guna K 100 101 127 Salmans Jack 65 66 117 Salmans Sharon 44 Sanders Lourue Sanderson Andrea Sandoval SYIVISC Sangals Cundy Sauerweun Arduth Sauerweun Denuse 117 160 Sauceda Dan N Saxton Jeff Saxton Muchelle Schaefer Dan E Schaefer Laurue Schuerlung Debora 118 160 Schull Laura K Schull Krus Schull PatruckJ Schurer van Schurer oy Schurer Muchael J Schurer Teresa Schmudt Cynthua Schmudt Darrun S Schmudt Eunuce Schmudt Greg A Schmudt Gregory R Schmudt JanuceV 7 5 35 88 96 5 5 85 93 4 5 54 117 75 145 4 143 144 4 28 41 39 63 64 65 66 91 65 127 56 104 90 144 146 149 48 50 65 87 144 2 50 73 65 66 135 5 12 43 84 115 118 91 127 5 7 63 144 125 Llnn, Carla M. 74, 125' Neely, Dave l42, 51, 151 134 LaCross. Kathrine 152 , , ,Y ,... ,A-- .-.,. -we ,-v-asw..-,,--uv4...,-.w-.-....x...a,.,-..,---.-M-,.w-w,-..-...3..f--..--am., .mfvhg V , 1 , ,-.,,., ,. ,,,.,. . ,, , , . . ., , , , .. Kelly, Dawn Kelly, Peggy S, Kelsch, Desiree A, 153, 160 Kelsey, Dennis D Kemme, Dan P. 66, 112 Kemme, Pete A. 66, 133 Kemper, Debbie J. Kemph, Steve Kemph, Susan A. Kennedy, Lance Kepley, Jerry D. Kessler, Janean K. KSYGS, Anastasia L. Kiger, Gerald Kiger, Shanalyn 125, 129 Killfoil, Steven King, Lacita King, Richard G. Kirkpatrick, James J. Kirkpatrick, Mary E. Kirkpatrick, Todd T. 113, 153 Klaassen, James A. Klaassen, Selma Klingenberg, Donella Klingenberg, Reanne Knight, Michael Knudsen, Dina M Knupp, Margie Koch, Dana M. Koch, Rae A. Kochenower, Daniel Koehn, Daniel J. Koehn, Karen Koehn, Misty Koehn, Naome Koehn, Roy J. Koerner, Charlene 93, 1 13 Koerner, Joel A. 78, 133 Kosminski, Lynn R- Krause, Doug F. '69, 142 A Kreider, Ruth E. ,113, 118,160 Krier, Robert Krievins, Dace L. Krueger, Laura L. Krueger, Jackie A. Kuhn, Steve K. Kurr, Pearl Kutz, David A. Kyle, Dolores A. 141 125 50, 96, 125 125 34, 53, 63, 63, 64, 65, 112 125 51,112 78,133 141 141 62,63 31,63, 91, 95, 141 31, 112 84, 112 39, 87, 141 65, 112 16. 26, 94, 94,113 146,152 113 125,126 19,113 65,96,133 93 37,141 61,133 133 85,113 133 133 152 133 6o,61,65 31,65, 80,141 4a,65, 50, 60, 61, 60, 61. 133 75, 113 142 87, 142 148 133 142 Lachenmayr, Kirsten L. 142 LaCoss, Mark S. 121 LaFoe, Craig LaFoe, Michael Lais, Debra D. Lais, Donella Lambert, Kevin J. Landis, Kevin Lang, Kelly S. Langston, Lara A. Language Arts Lantz, Tonnia 125 65, 133 133, 141 152 113 125 28, 113 88, 133, 54 Larez, Stephanie Lasiter, Newell Lassley, Lassley, Danny J. Laswell, Kathy Laswell, Roger L. l42 Lawrence, B. Dane Leal, Leticia M. Lehrman,'CIark J. Lehrman, Mark R. Lehrman, Phylis Lentz . Tony E. Lentz, Terry L. Lewis, Chester D. Lewis, Kevin Lewis, Sheri Lewis, Wes Liggett, George Linn, Brian, T. 93, 125 f. Linn Jeffrey H. Linn, Jerry Linn, Linn I Terry Todd Litsey, Alaina Llamas, Marion Llamas, Mark 61. 91, 114 Llamas, Richard Llamas, Robin K. Loeffler, Karen K. Lohmann, Kelly 'A Long, Wes Christine A. Lord, Richard Lord, Robert Loyd, Christy Luiano, Michelle R. Lundblade, Crystal D Lyon, Annette K. 1 14 133 153 89, 97, 142 73, 133 133 39, 64, 65 95, 134 113 113 146 l42 114 80, 133, 134 142 91, 142 87, 142 48, 65, 74, 36, 95, 134, 114 114 137 142 152 .23, 28,.60, 3, 121 142 134 49,114 69,114 73,134 135 14? 142 53,60,61, lllc McAdow, Deanna N 153 McAnulty, Barry L. 66, 91,99,134 McAnulty, l'odd 99, 115 rvlcmee, Kafhv McCabe, Brett McCloud, Scott A. 1 26 44, 125. 53, 64.165, 64, 65, 98, 49 85,126 51,63,55, McCracken, Curtis McCracken, Dave McCoury, Bob McCulloch, Lisa L. McCune, Mark A. McFarlane, Nancy McFarlane, Robert Ml. Mc Farlane, Ron L. McKee, Sally McKim, Tod L. McMichael, Mary L. McNeill, Amy N. McNeill, Annette McNeill, Anthony M. McNeill, Diane D. McNoIty, Terri McQuiIliam, Tanya McReynolds, Mary Malek, Kimberly Malin, Ralph Marks, Darrell 114 Marshall, Tom Martens, David B. 65, 66, 69, 134 Martens, Lorlyn Martin, Aileen Martin, Jerry L. 126 Martin, Kathryn S. Martinez, Angie A. Martinez, Becky Martinez, Diana Martinez, .Marie 71, 73, 114 Martinez, Richard Martinez, Vincent A. 98, 99 134 Math Mathews, Kelly R. Maughlin, Alan L. Mavity, Connie J. Mayberry, Ruth Mayberry, Tammie C. Meires, Patrick A. Meier, Tom S. Meirowsky, Marcel A. Meirowsky, Mindy R. 104, 122, 126 Meirowsky, Nancy Merrifield, David 1 14 Merrifield, Susan J. Meyers, Ron Miller Miller, Miller Miller Miller, Barbara Dana L. Gary L. James R. Miller, , Judy A. Lloyd M. 157 49 121 70, 142 134 151 86, 87, 87, 55 61, 134 115 142 115 37, 78, 134 53, 115 126 54, 142 65 114 87 7, 84,113, 126 61,63,64, 60, 61, 114 69, 77, 85, 145 126 142 67, 126 9, 23, 31, 65, 66, 86 58, 59 134 126 134 55 134 65, 126 61, 134 89, 142 20, 30, 36, 71 65, 66, 60,134 1291 114 126 76,114 142 1 26 65, 142 Miller, Mark S. Mills, William Mitcham, Daniel L. Mitchell, Jim I. Mixon, Caroline R. 96, 97, 133, 134 Mixon, Laura F. Moeder, Kim Mohrbacher, Don R. Mohrbacher, Donna Molgren, Donald Monares, Catherine 134 Nlonares, Christina Monarez, Reuben Monarez, Rosy Moran, Scott Morford, Phillip G. 134 Morgan, Anne M. Morgan, Terry E. Moser, Brad Moser, Leslie A. Moser, Stephen Cole 85, 98,113,115 Mosqueda, Gloria M. Moyer, Rachel L. Mug Shots Mull, Rachelle l. Murphy, Eric L. Murphy, Kaleen M. Murphy, Jim A. Murray, Mike D. Musser, Lori J. Musser, Todd A. Nelson, Joel Nelson, Kyle W. Neufeld, Kathy J. Neufeld, Linda J. Nevills, Tom Newberry, Myles O. Newell, Jon Newell, Joni Nguyen, Khue Nguyen, Son M. Niblett, Jerry J. Nickel, Sandy 61, 115, 121 Nicholson, Brad Nienstedt, Douglas H. Niles, Clarence Niles, Gladys November Nye, Roy L. 91,126 79 134 60, 64, 65, 114,153 115 115 92, 134 76. 77 91, 130, 115 142 142 130, 134 82, 84, 99, 80,142 126 49,115 101, 142 16, 24, 84, 134 45,63,126 105 134 134. 65,142 134 65,142 63u134 65,142 126 95,134 134 126 67 87,142 60,61,115 97, 142 142 134 31, 51, 58, 115 142 58, 59 53, 151 19 65, 134 Bill Timmermye Curtis McCrakel David Brack Connie Reece Chris Anderson Weis, Ken G- 129 Wm' William A' 120 Wright, Pam S. 60, 96, Wells, Gretchen N. 65, 137 Willard, Terry 133, 137 Wells, Susan H. 145 54, 55, 56, 32, 91, 120 Wulf, Elizabeth 65, 66, 145 Welsch, Wesley D. 137 Willems, William D 137 Wulf, James 61, 63, 66 Wenger, Michael A. 19, 61, 63, Williams, Bridgette 129 129 , Walker' Brian -'45 64, 65, 66, 137 Williams ll, Richard 61, 91, 137 WYW1 Pam 1 Walker, Dennis 16' 17' 841 Wentz, Wendy 30, 34, 52, W1ll1ams, Sherol A. 137 11 85, 98, 120 122, 129 Wllll3mS, Stephen 148, 149 1 Walker Jeff 94 129 Werner, Ricky L. 145 Willson, Don 149 11 Walker' Mike 125 Wewer, Larry A. 55, 145 Wl1S0n, Paige E. 41, 52, 69, l Walker' Robin 75 137 Weyand, Shirley J. 120 ga, 137 ! 1 Waltonz Bron 57, 71 129 Wham' J":, cu:-'is 25129 xfnfgr 1QQjfj,Q"'ee" 22 91 1 ' ' Whidden, an - , In Y, - r 1 ' Mark 132665, 137 rmmock' Annette 35' 54' h B l A 137 , , l c er, ever y Wa"'e""."' Debb"i 65, 66, 129 White, Jim w. 129 Witcher, Deanna K 145 Yoder, Karen S. 96, 97, l Wa""i"'f"e' Kenda' 45-120 Whitehead, Mitch w. 137 Witcher, John l.. 137 137 1 Wafkentlne, Nlarty 60, 65, 84, 86, Witcher' Thomas E. Young, Bob 1 66, 137 Whiting, Clark 148, 149 Wgddell, Dem A, Young' L- Qanny '37 1 1 Warr, David Whomans, Diane 120 Woffenden Ken 121 Young' Dawd 121 Warta, Keith 10' 20' 23' Wickersham, James 120 Wolter,Jan1y A. eo 137 Young' Dawn 121 ' 1 63, 85, 98, 113, 120 C' gg' 236137 Woking' Smiey 14:5 zielke, Kendall 65 66 Watkins, Jeri Nl. 137 Wiens Amy Y ' 1NOl'Idl'a, KBIII D. 65, 145 95 145 I I , - 120 . , . , Watts, Alicia A. 9' 36' 51' Wiens, David A. 50 57 65 Wodsey' Je""'fe' L' 100' 121 Zimmerman, Nancy 121 wana, Richard A. 71,129 66, 129, 160 ' ' ' x1VIo0'sey' RaV'e"e 151 zaak, Rod 14, 129 38, 65, 91, Wiens, Eric 65' 87, 145 oolulm, Wendell 81, 87 Wiens, Karen es, 66, 145 W'?S""'9 98' 99 Wedel, Cindy S. 104, 120 Wiggins, Don 77 nlilgghf, D011 106, 121, Wedel, Ed 49, 129 - WehrY, Karen D. 137 eggfflz 22588 Wfighff Kathy 97- 104- h vet 145 ken ook a a T 'Through the came ras eye' "Through the camera's eye" was chosen as the theme with the thought that a picture is worth a thousand words. With this inmind, we tried to chose pictures that would help you recall the events of '78-'79 now and for years to come. We hope that we have captured some of your most memorable moments. But this book could not have been accomplished without the help of many people. Many thanks must be extended to the numerous people who helped in the produc- tion of the '79 Railroader. To the administration and faculty for letting staff members out of classes. To lVlr. and Mrs. Pat Shoemaker for- their most courteous help on the royalty pictures, along with their professional advice which was greatly appreciated. A special thank you goes to lVlr. Willard Claassen for printing emergency color -pictures to help meet a deadline. And to staff members Carolyn Goertzen, for designing the cover and division pages, and Ruth Kreider for the page number design. The greatest amount of thanks inevitably goes to the staff, for all those long hours of devoted work. There were some rough times, but the staff always seemed to pull through. lt wasn't done alone, though. Without the help of Vicki Cook the book never would have made it. She was always there, whe- ther to answer questions or give her expert advise. Keeping everyone's morale up was another of her many jobs. And we all thank her for helping us learn more than just routine journalism duties. We will remember this class for years to come. The Railroader staff was Desiree Kelsch, assistant editorg Ruth Krei- der, academics editor and senior section, Carolyn Goertzen, sports editor and freshman sectionp Shari Fiene, photo editor, sophomore section and page assistant: Denise Sauerwein, activities editor, Julie Jones, junior section, index assis- tant, page assistant and bookkeep- erp Deanna Garrett, indexer, senior section and page assistant: Rob Vicin, assistant sports editor, page assistant and freshman section: Richard Brenneman, photographerp David Weins, photographerp Tim Soth, editor-in-chief: and Vicki Cook, adviser. With the addition of a composer to the journalism department, the need for composer typists was great. Judy Kehler, Brenda Sie- mens, Katie Unruh, Debbie Schier- Iing, Tracey Okle and Pat Rankin were the composer typists. They typed the copy which we then pasted down on the pages. Tracey Okle also set many of our head- lines. Thanks again to all of these people. Editor, Tim Soth e,,f Della ' .- .. .,,, -x,..... ..-,- an-L.,-..-. pf--....,,v..,.....,--.w-p.....-,-.q,-..-1....f- 4... . -.f-..-...P -4...-,.,.,... Len... . . . . , ...,.. ,- . ,. . L I sr., 'wwf 3 F 2 C i 1- 5. L Schmidt, Karen L. Schmidt, Kevin Schmidt, Larry 66, 78, 127 Schmidt, LaVonne.J. Schmidt, Lynette K. Schmidt, Michael Schmidt, Michael T. ,86, 136 Schmidt, Phillip Schmidt, Rob D. Schmidt, Rochelle R. 96, 97, 127, 128 Schmidt, Steven J. Schmidt, Tina M. 118 Schmidt, Vicki A. Schoby, David S. Schoby, Elizabeth Schoby, Fred W. Scholtz, Mark F. Schommer, Michael Schrag, Elda Schrag, Leslie A. Schrag, Paul R. 95, 144 Schroeder, Schroeder, Schroeder, Schroeder, Schroeder, Schroeder, Betty E. Elaine Jean Loren D. Mark A. Schultz, Julie Schultz, Ron Schultz, Vicky Schwiekhard, Judy Science Scofield, Barbara Scofield, Anthony Scofield, Tim Scoreboard Scott, Ann Scott, Catherine 127, 153 Scott, Nancy K. Scott, Phil 90 Sebo, Garv L. 1 18 Sebo, Michael K. Seible, Phil Selanders, Bonnie Seniors September Shafer, Lori 150 Sheffler, Gary L. Shepherd, Alan D. 136 Shepherd, BYYOU Shoger, Renee Sholders, Marcia K. 136 Shop Sidders, Jovena Siemens, Brenda J. 60, 91, 96, 136, 160 Siemens, Gary D. 128 Siemens, Larry 94, 1 18 Sills, Sheila K. Sills, Vera Silvernale, Kandi R. 128 90, 144 144 37. 64, 65, 145 135 91,118 e1,e4,e5, 118 135 40, 82, 88, 136 36, 51, 71, 89, 144 129 56, 144 56, 136 127 28, 38, 144 152 136 64, 65, 66, 144 152 118 151 144 127 127 118 145 56 57 49 77, 118 118 102, 103 144 10, 100. 71, 136 28, 38, 80, 85, 1 13. 15,95,13e 5,118 43, 49 106 12, 13 31, 113. 128, 152 86, 133. 118 96, 144 61, 65, 66. 76, 77 55, 144 37, 40, 50, 36. 60, 61. 16, 23, 73, 118 152 74, 126, Silvernale, Kim M. 136 Silvernale, Kristi Sims, Betty Sjogren, Franco Skaggs, Tom Skinner, Gary D. Slack, Jill 28, 41, 119 Slack, Nancy 41 , 92, 119 Slaughter, Gaye L. Slaven, Sharon M. Smith, Cathy E. 144 Smith, Cathy M. Smith, Donita L. 63, 128 Smith, Gary L. Smith, Jeffry J. Smith, Judy M. Smith, Kay Smith, Kevin E. Smith, Louise M. Smith, Oliver K. Smith, Terry L. Smurr, Dania L. Smurr, Robin W. Social Studies Solis, Eric Solis, Emielio Solis, Victor Soller, Lorane V. 153 Soller, Ronald L. Soper, Tony Sophomores Soth, Tim 61, 119. 160 Soyez, Joni M. Spanish Club Spaulding, Stacy R. Special Education Spencer, Brian Spencer, Dennis S. Spencer, Jim Spencer, Leslie Sports Sprunger, Mary S. 128 Sprunger, Meribeth Stabler, Bill Stabler, Mike Stahl, Billy L. Stahl, Bobby J. Stahl, Danny H. Stahly, Bob 153 Staley, Kevin S. Stamper, Andy Stanford, Darren W. 136 Stanford, Terry L. Stanhope, Carin Stanhope, Rick A. Stangohr, Richard Stauffer, Jeff 1 19 Stauffer, Ruth E- Stayrook, Steven P. 1 19 St. Clair, David W. St. Clair, Mary Steele, Tim L. Steider, Annette R. 136 60, 90 130, 119 152 59 144 128 6, 16, 17, 16, 23, 40, 89, 97, 144- 144 65, 104, 61, 144 17, 27, 61, 144 93. 144 65, 66, 136 49, 128 128 119 136 39. 81 119 128, 144, 144 43, 81 130 4, 19, 50, 100, 136 35 136 55 '87, 144 128 119 136 83 64, 65, 66, 150 87, 144 144 129 94, 119, 95, 136 136 65, 98, 99, 119 128 136 144 84, 94, 110, 89,-144 19, 32, 53, 93, 136 91, 97. 144 128 64, 65, 88. Steiner, Kathleen M. Steiner, Linda Steinkirchner, Betty Steinkirchner, Susan Stephey, Barbara Stepina, Tammy Stieben, Sondra Stiffler, Eric Stoddard, Diane Stoddard, Donna S. Stoltenberg, David Stout, Robin Strain, John P. Strain, Patricia L. Strain, Terri Stratton, Alden Stubbs, Kevin STUCO Stuckey, Marla J. Stucky, Paul Stucky Paula D. Sturgeon, Bob Sturgeon, Jeff 138,144 Sturgeon, Mike D. Sturm, LouAnn Suderman, Janet R. 119 Suderman, Sandra Y. 136 Sundstrom, Kathy D. Supernois, Joanne Svoboda, Curtis G. Swarts, Laron Swickard, Ronnie D. Swift, Tammy J. Swimming Swoyer, Frank 98, 104, 122, 128 Swoyer, Mark A. Tafolla, Vincent R. 136, Taylor, Stewart F. Tedder, Christy D. Tenbarge, Matt A. Tennis Tennis Club Terbovich, Peggy S. Terbovich, Sharon Terbovich, Tammy Terrones, Alicia 63,119 Terrones, Gloria T. Terrones, Patricia E Tessendorf, Dennis Tessendorf, PhYll5S Thaw, Jack 69, 81, 99,100 Thaw, JoAnn Theis, Brenda M. Theis, Greg S. 128 Thespians Thomas, Dane Thomas, Valerie L. 136 128 152 144 152 151 96, 97 128 128 144 55, 137 93, 136 31, 119 8, 119 49 119 30 64, 65, 119 75 60, 136 119 80, 87. 128 23,119 59,61, 88, 96, 97, 60, 136 44, 72, 73 128 136 65, 136 144 93 19, 30, 84, 69, 136 65, 66, 136 144 128 38. 90 68, 144 144 128 25, 48, 91, 144 144 128 43, 68, 100 119 71, 125, 34 125. 128 71,136 Thompson, Desiree L. 50.100.101, 136 Thompson, Melissa 144 Thrash, Tracy W, Thurman, Kenny D. Timmermeyer, Bill Toews, Francis 64, 65, 66 Tolbert, Raymond 128 Tolbert, Vernon Torres, Jerry Torres, Pat 129 Torres, Pete Trass, Brenda C. Triggs, Charles Turner, Beth Tuttle, Sonya A. Tuttle, Teresa Tynerl, Teresa Unruh, Unruh, Unruh, 129 Bryan L. Cathy Earl Unruh, Jeffrey R. Unruh, 36, 50, Unruh Unruh 120 Unruh, I I Katie 61, 64, 65, 66, Melihda S. Michelle D. Teresa L. 65, 66, 120 Uphoff, Debbie Usherettes Valle, Rosa M. Vandever, Hans Van Horn, Bobby M. 95, 145 Van Horn, Tammy S. Vargas, Billy Vaughn, Pam J. Vaughn, Teri L. Vaughn, Thelma Vermilyea, Nancy S. Vetter, Helen I. Vetter, Ken VICA--Machine Shop Vicin, Robert K. 129, 160 Vocational Education Vogt, Justina Vogt, Steven Volleyball Voth, Leslie S. 28, 41, 42, 120 Voth, Terry L. 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