North Kansas City High School - Purgold Yearbook (North Kansas City, MO)

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Nl MCPL Illll lllllllIlllll IIllIll ACTIVITIES EDITORS-Pat Cook, Dick Carrothers Jeannie Wood . . ART EDITOR--Cindy Sharp PHOTOGRAPHERS-Hal Broadwater, Dick Chandler I I I I i Zif 5 1 9 W , ,,f, fV,, Seldom in a young personis life do events occur that provoke him to demonstrative patriot- ism. Such an event occurred on November 22, 1963. On that Friday afternoon the school was shocked into silence and the inert patriotism of each student was aroused. Unified with the whole nation, and even the world, the youth of America experienced heart-ache, but at the same time re- ceived a challenge to take up the torch of freedom, liberty, and peace . . . passed to them from a great American. Therefore, we, the 1964 Purgold Staff do hereby dedicate this book, as a pledge of youth, to the memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and to the democratic principles for which he lived. mln the long history of the world, only a few generations have been granted the role of defending freedom in its hour of maximum danger. I do not shrink from this responsibility - I welcome it. I do not belleve that any of us would exchange places with any other people or any other gener- ation. The energy, the faith, the devotion which we bring to this endeavor will light our country and all who serve it - and the glow from that fire can truly light the worldf' 4444444444-44 lding le it. :ner- lntry Y 59,11 J.fJfi,f yearboole is publisized in memory of the 35th Pvfesident of the United States John Fitzgerald Kennedy ,, , . . V .A - ,.- -.V--A - .f f- . " ' ' ' 'Y Y V W " 11' ,g K V, r Y il K . , 'f'!f 4' r , , , , 4 ,gf ' ff , 1 I 1 1' N " - " nf ' f -hflf ' -' ,f 1 N X . xl A ,S H V' ff 01.71 In A I ,. 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WW W mm' ,MQ . kwafr XM ww' mm 6,5 .Nw X r P ,E as ' ,, 1 Q '..,,..wf' an Wf x P-f 41 Dr. R. B. Doolin Superintendent I 1 WWW ' FW W Mr. Robert Bates Mr. William C. Davidson Mr. Don Ewing President Mr. Gene Harris Mr. Ed Lewis Mr. Virgil Bower Mr. Richa Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Mr. Forrest Greer Assistant Superintendent in charge of Buildings and Grounds Administration Mr. Don Kumpy Assistant to the Superintendent v,w"""""'w Mr. Wilfred Hart Administrative Assistant '. fi 5 i?G B 7 ,YNLWM M ,fr I I l P . F vs rg A J ,... QQ ' i , .V i .x Q J X , .l P 1 Z -ff I , l i xy gk -f f Q 5 gv l f - ii' ,, off f-,4'gwf V ' 222553 , n Ewing -gil Bower Mr. Richard Poynter retary 'llI'P8Slll'6I' art sistant P' ,W,.,, , ..,, , fs Mr. Nelson Kerr Principal ff?- Nlr. Vvaltrfr Borgzman Nlr. filivv Frazier Vifre Principal Vir-fl Principal ..,... , , .-.. , - ,., 'W f W 1 . , , M "U t was Q rm f,g f Vg? QW" v . , f -Q ' 'emma' f i f ...,.J Vi' ' . EWQZ w.mv .wmgwgf N91 QPWZ . 7 X , W 1 XM ,fr A y, e fi X Z X y X gy if 9 .. ' X 0 f y Wa? X Q X X ' J iff, , f NV I Charles D. Acuff BS., lVl.A. in Bus. Ed. Business Law Bob Arrington B.S. Biology Carolyn M. Atkins B.A. Psychology Hilda Atkinson B.S., M.A. Bus. Education .lohn K. Bahnmaier B.S. in Bus. Ed. Typing, Cen. Office Dorothy A. Barnett A.B., A.M. U.S. Hist., American Heritage Ellen .l. Beery B.A., lVl.A. English Emily L. Beigel BS. in Ed., BS. in nursing Family Life Kenneth J. Bell B.S. in Ed. US. H istory, Photography Hubert C. Bird A.M., B.lVl., B.M.E. Vocal Music: Theory R. L. Bollinger A.B., lVl.A. Chemistry Roberta M. Breeding B.A. English and Harmony 1 ., ,J 1 ,, I 1 1 .. rr X f f , 1 '1 'y 4, RWVQVYZ 42 f 4 0" at fr fri lil l fp lj -QW NM! ' WZ ,uhhh f L . 'ntl A auf QMZS WE , yggi M W -0 f- f 1 "' 4 xi? ,sv What's this? Mr. Downey counting up the F's he's giving this qiiarter? Not really, he's just grading 21 few papers on his free period. .Er 1 f Miss Horton undergoes the rigors of her very first Open House for parents as she visits with Evelyn Summers and her mother. ,, an lt, 2' . 3' - Q' A , ., X -X A 1 - --X A ...W ,'-wt. . ,ff Y ef' A A r Li- I unting arter? a few fa . I . ' 41545-f 'Env L. pg, vw fwfff ' , A , Robert L. Briggs BS. in Ed., MS. in Bus. Ed. Salesmanship, Typing Charles S. Broomfield B.A. Amer. Gov't, U.S. History Woodrow Campbell B.S., M.A. in Ed. US. History Loman D. Cansler BS., M.S. in Ed. Counselor David Cochran B.S., M.S. in Ed. Industrial Arts Elizabeth Collings B.S. in Ed., Masters in H. Ee. Home Economics Charles A. Cottingham .- , English, Phys. Educatioill in .lohn T. Craig f' B.S., lrl izxlili. fx ,ff Bs. in Ed. f Algebra f William E. Cross fl! f BA. Ms I' World History, U. . Joe Crouthers B.A. Phys. Education, Dr. Education Mary Cunningham BS., lNl.A. in Ed. US. History Nlary Elle-n Dedman A.B., BLA. English l.iterat11re S 7 mi.. XXV E 1' 7 W X X I Z 7 1 N 55? X . 4- Q 3 .lv , ,Ur . s I f t X 2 ,fx i 2 f y, 5' . 4 ., l f.: ff f 1 ,jfaq n K . M yy .- NNW' 7 Wi 'Jr 'fi Q 1 X 9 "g NAM' v ,. .. ,. - , Y Y 4 S ' .Z , , ' .,., ... v ,-, X 7 . ,X M . ,f " ff f," 0 I gs ,, 1, ' fm, ,M V V,.', ,S .,, ff 1. ,, 3, . ., z f 4' MNA acult . - if f Wi as i ' 3 I Larry Downey i f 7 gif , . Bs., M.A. in Bus. Ed. f W F , Economics, Shorthand Z 'VI' Z af l""' Don Duey wx 'M' X B.S., M.A. U.S. History, International Relations Z X P I Richard F. Dunlap B.A., M.A. U.S. History Robert C. Elliott I Bs., M.A. in Ed. Driver Education Lois W. Fann B.S., M.S. in Ed. Bookkeeping Clark E. Ferguson A.A., B.S., M.A. in Ed. Counselor f James L. Fox Bs. 2 English Velma E. Frost M B.S., M.S. in Ed. " Art, Art Crafts 'L Mildred Fulton ' 1 ' B.S., M.A. is " Dramatics , sq Francis Galbraith Bs., Ms. ' Y Phys. Education, Health if 3 , Lalune Garner ' B.A. r i t, Home Economics, Family Life ":: :':' f -. . 1 ' H X C . Kathryn Gill A.B., M.A. Algebra, UICSM Anita Gonnerman B.S. in Bus. Ed. Shorthand Mable Hale M.A. in Speech Speech, Debate Joyce E. Haynes B.S. in Ed. Plane Geometry .l. S. Hazlett B.A., M.A. U.S. History Conrad M. Henderson B.A., B.S. German, Russian 1 as. ig, S: f S 5 gt A - , f 'W' ii . X if W , f f K 4 . 'ha Y ?' .. . k p 'Vt rm Z W VV f , 1 G ,. Willy, .,., W, . .,,, iff Q ., , . f X , W " K. V J ' if U ' btw , 2 ' My If 7 4 Q, .Lgsnvf-- H. f ,f David S. Hensel B.S. in Ed. Typing, Bookkeeping Selden B. Hirni A.B. World Hist., U.S. History ,ludy Hutchinson B.S.' in Bus. Ed. Typing Bernita Isley A.B., M.A. Spanish Mattie lo King B.S., M.S. in Ed, Sec. Practice, Typing Hester Kretz B.S., M.A. Counselor John W. Layman B.A., M.S. in Ed. Physics Regina Layman B.A., M.A. English Lawrence S. Leming B.S., M.S. Industrial Arts Roy Lemons B.S. in Ed. Industrial Arts lo Ann Lynch A.B. English Norman M. Little B.S., M.A. Geography Charlotte McClintock B.A., M. in Ed. English Glenn McDole B.A., M.S. in Ed. Industrial Arts Larry Megown B.A. Algebra Ronald Merrell A.B. English, Journalism Thomas Moore B.S., M.A. Mathematics Woodrow Moore B.S., M.S. Bookkeeping .. ..-.....,....,...... ..-..... -, ., 5. ,4 , .5 Z ,X ,. , 33.77, , ' , f' f 'fi' ' . .' W ef , ,P f N I f ' Z d R O . 7 if i yf N ,f X 1 A , 1 'z -f N -Q, by xi AY qu 'wif N W , fn, A N L7 ' ' 1 I ,.., ' V ,J B.S. M in Ed. I Leland O Dell ,lo Ann Outs B S. in Ed. French Phyi. Eid., Driver Evely11 B. Pickrell B.S., M.S. in Bus. Ed. Business Education Porter Price B.S. in Ed., M.A. in Painting Art Frances M. Reynolds B.S., M. in Ed. Chemistry Richard A. Roberts A.B. in Zoology, M. in Ed. Biology Cordon Robertson B.S., M.A. Instrumental Music Dorothy C. Shatto B.S., M.A. in Bus. Ed. Shorthand, Typing Robert L. Shearer B.S., M.A. in Ed. Counselor Grace Shields B.S., M.A. English Literature Wilma Sullivan B.S., M.S. in Ed. Sec. and Clerical Practice .lerry L. Sutton B.S., M.S. C.O.E. Millie M. Thies B.S., M.S. in Ed. Health, Phys. Education Leonard Thompson B.S., M.A. Psychology Marvin Thompson B.S., M.S. in Ed. C.O.E., Adult Education Hazel H. Uhlig B.S. in Ed. Special Education Linda E. Voigts B.A. English, Cerman .lames C. Welch B.S., M. in Ed. Drafting William Welch BS. in Ed. Sociology Gus Leimkuhler B.S., M.S. in Ed. Librarian Marie Chandler Marjorie Neer John Massengale Drivers Ed. Juanita Ness Registered Nurse H L N , fe'--mx lrqr Vary L011LG1mk11HGf Marjorie Atkins vs, W v fm, , ? E ? 2 9 t 5' Enousn The English department strives to give each junior an understanding and apprecia- I A tion of the literature and the grammar of his language. Seniors may further the knowledge of their literary heritage hy taking an addi- tional year of English Literature. Mrs., Shields's students travel through "realms of gold , V13 the lecture route, in her Senior Literature ' classes. Y g V 'A Mrs. Demaray, one of eleven Junior English teachers, commands the attention of her classes as she discusses an Americafi short story. 75 r ii ' ii ,f 2 -5 1 1, X l 2 i jf If 5 it if 7 ,,, I 4 1 Q I 1 ! ' ., Z ,fa ag, cr ol pa ai dc cl cc Yf th ce fc ive :ia- his ige ldi- t Ls i L4 -I.- ,K rjielf Q .LJA .f X fa 1 story. 5 Q 4? f li ,. Qt slr l Mr. Price's advanced art students try their talents with oils. ART To teach the fundamentals of artistic creation and broaden the students' knowledge of art is the purpose of Northtown's art de- partment. Art-crafts students carve, build, and create with varied materials. Art stu- dents, in four years of sketching and painting classes. learn the fine techniques of water colors. oil paints, and other medias. Each year the art department sponsors entrants in lhe national Scholastic Art Contest and re- n fgw Q-sq 1-eixcs several gold keys and citations of merit for inflixiclual work. Stwlents of Miss Frost arrange papier mache masks in the flier-lay vases in the annex corridor for all to fulmire. f-Q M f iv" Y V , I I ,,,- V - f - .--,-1T'.'1ffff::l--vs: mia.-....,,1,,,,,...,.,.N,,,,....,.,..,......-Q.,, H -, .. WW w by 'Q wa ,W A Aww ,wwe w f'5i,,f5:f3Q J ew-ya, Q 0' FJ X ,wmwmx ... .W ,N If QS f, V D Z ' 5' -,...V,,,. A, ---...UM . ""-' , - .,,.ff..,,...,,, , " "'--....,,,. .,f. N., Wh, ...,.,,.... , ff--....,,..,. ,.,,,. M--...,,-..,,,., ,.-x....7,,,,,Nw Vs.,,M...., 1--..W.,. x,,A.x , ,Xl -Q-...,.,,,wW, A...-...N , ,--...,....,.. ---.-... --wh.. A CAPPELLA The l9611- A Cappella Choir was com- posed of over 170 voices. These students played a vital part in the production of the musical. Wfhe King and lf, as well as pre- senting several concerts, participating in as- semblies, and sending representatives to the district music festival. Mr. Bird giving last minute instructions to members of the cast of Milne King and I." ,fi 344 if V , Y H, ,V -H -,J ,iff ,'EQf:,.-i--"TH"f"iF" -3' 'H ' : ..,....,.,.....,,.,...w.,a...,..-p..fF,,1f,- Y-Af+---ff-rs----f Him XZ W A ilyfwk 4 - , . E i 4 1' 0. X W In Q A P, s P4 ff? K K 4 A W f , W ' x X 'ZR 1' T 1 W Z!! af N l Z -Zaamwl.. , dw l' I 1' 1 I 3 ,G tb ' 5 I .. 1 ff , f , Q , I 4.?m .2gx f if 9 4 R X f?'K f ff Qxgemog ' """lm S , Q A "WX Nwaxxa ' f f i Foreign language students get some practical experience that could lead to a job as a UN interpreter. Mr. Henderson writes "See Dick runv in Russian on the blackboard for his students to translate. .mit Fr: Q-1. a ...ws Stephanie Furgerson, Dee Elliott, and John Broyles display varied expressions as they hrush up on their French lesson. n 4. K K Rus the brit a be hist teac boo lang spea edu gaii peo ----- - - Y V ,..L...---' . , Elliott, ' varied 1 up on LANGUAGES Besides teaching the fundamentals of Russian, German, Spanish, and French, the language department endeavors to bridge the gap between nations by creating a better understanding of the customs and history of foreign countries. With the teachers' guidance and the help of text books, the language lab, films, and skits, language students develop the ability to speak fluently. Perhaps, by expanding our education in the realm of language, we can gain a genuine understanding of other peoples, beliefs and concepts. Roger Grawe, after a summer in Germany, is almost at home in German class. Here he begins the phrase 6'My son is . . . W on the board. 4W,QW .... .. -v-..gii i 9 U Au WI Ulf ID uw ns gpananwvwwaswe ugggualain .aj sm na M, ,Q as 1.2 4+ f' f 5085115 X a uaamaaawiwii K ai Po Al zmmmesuuzma N ErTmYb rmwm Ill at lnll UZ! HB1 WIN -.1 NATURAL SCIEN CES The natural science classes., hiology, chemistry. and physics, are places of learning where students may delve into A the secrets of life hy dissecting, mixing compounds, or experimenting in a lab. One credit of science is required, but the students may choose additional ones 1, as electives. ie nd ' W Chem II genii prepare to take on a day's activities during second semester laboratory work. k M Q J Savvako Hotta and Roger Crawe wor diligently together over a ripple tank in physics lab. Q if asia f twist hi 'N Q ws iv ve E Q ' 1 E I E' 1 f RJ ' M' H uv I ,J M' i K Vu - rw--f""'W' if 1 n z K i Y , -of . A '- EV A A dw ,,... .rw 5 "J-W ---'W L Q 'U-D 'i' ,QQ l 'r f ,K ig L o .,,..--M-v Aix Y fy o, 43' fu? ' Z! jf ,. ,v 1 X. X My N XX I ' f 1 X f N K X M 4 f 4 xx f X , f -. ff N 3 1 7 W N , gb 1 af 3, f X 9 S . X738 is 72' fi f "W-Q-....,,,, A biology class watches as Mr. Arrington displays the viscera of a frog. And right before lunch, too! Clarire Baskin makes use of a graph to solve a problem in Algebra Il. MA FHEMA l lib North Kansas City lligll ?'Sf-lioolis Wlutlw dt'- partment offers at wide variety of Courses designed for all students. Thr- schoolis proglrarn inf-ludes Algebra. Plane Geometry. Algebra II. Trigonome- try, and Solid Geometry. U.l.C.S.M. has also given many students E1 new approach to the fascinating field of mathematics. Mrs. Haynes helps Greg Per. kms with an assignment in Plane Geometry. a Mr. B some 1 ac' SOCIAL SCIENCES The Social Sciences Department includes world history, United States history, interna- tional relations, economics, American heri- tage, and geography. These classes are the keys to a better understanding of our world and the people in it, past and present. After some of these courses, the students are more prepared for the challenge of the world's tOfI'lOI'I'OWS. 'Xlr Hlrni gn Q some personal attention to two of his American history students, Sharon Ceplma ,lean Harrington administers a maze test to fellow psychology student Steve Downing. PSYCHOLOGY ffl: Psychology, the study of behavior, attracts many students. Besides learning how and Why other people behave the way they do, they learn to interpret their own actions. Frustration, motivation, neurotic and psychotic behavior, and the aspects of learning and intelligence make up just a segment of what a course in psychology offers. gp: B. X xx N Xe-QL. . , Xi ,A XX 4 , . I Q fe ui PAIKIIIG 1 1 ' YHIS SIDE Members of Mrs. Atkin's psychology classes board a bus bound for a field trip to a mental institution in a nearby town. BZC CVC i . , f '- at W. D. Dilworth gets a lesson in child care as he watches over two "jungle fighters." SOCIOLOGY AND FAMILY LIFE The Sociology and Family Life branches of the social sciences department both involve the study of people and the way they live. Sociology is the study of society -man's be- havior with regard to his fellows. The stu- dents enrolled in this one-semester course study such subjects as morality and integra- tion. Family Life, the study of making a suc- cessful marriage and raising a good family, has given the students information on dating standards. the purpose of an engagement, wedding and honeymoon plans, and pointers on a happy married life. ilieirx Xllrwn begins a paper on integration for Mr. VRF it-lil Sociology class. i n i E -r L . Ze li Ding Dong School? No, just a child care project in Mrs Garner's Family Life classes. fhfwgv 47? wfydg f g anti' eva: iii I , ,YV If Wil' ff Q 5 I ' ffpvifwf' Cary Jenkins gets some good sales experience hy working at .lorar Hardware in Foxwoods. CO-OPICR ATIVE OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION Co-operative Occupational Education. set up through the co-operation of various employers and the school. is designed for those students who wish to work part time during the day and still continue their education. These students generally plan to enter the lahor market after graduation or plan on continuing their education by going to voca- tional and technical schools. ,....frQ Margaret Wi'igl1t works at Adlerls in Antioch while Lorrie Livingston gets experience in the lalm at the NKC Me- morial Hospital. Mr. Sutton supervises these students along with Mr. Marvin 'l'honipson. W 'Q me -,ie fi, A 1 if M W i i l".,...U ay,-M g "mf"'z IT' QQ 7. 4. f. ff? r 1 BUSINESS EDUCATION The goal of the business department is to develop efficient characteristics in the students who are are the business leaders of tomorrow. Students enrolled in secretarial practice and cleri- cal practice learn basic procedures and gain ex- perience through the use of numerous office ma- chines. The many other business courses teach the fundamentals which will help the students reach any goal they might set for themselves in this field. Mr. Bahnniaier points out a few things to two of his students, Sharlyne Elam and Mary Ann Smiraldo. m -ff W x I ,,, ,f 'rfr ' , 'MG 1 5 f , W ff t uf 2 A 0 fix ,M f ri, ' ' . ' 5 'Z 4 az, Q WNW I yy Q Y-wwf fi Wg , f 27' , 'f , f Q fins Q f f . , p .. ,f W Q W in Z ww 'ZW Miss Hutchinson supervises a class of typing IlOViC6S. 35 INDUSTRIAL ARTS I The Industrial Arts Department has a 3 if W wide range of subjects. including woodwork- ef ing, electricity, metal work, and drafting. With these fields to choose from. students I I Z. Z with manual vocations and trade schools in X their future plans are given the opportunity to advance more quickly. Gary Rush sets up his lathe for metal turning in one of the many courses in Industrial Arts that students can take. A drafting student works meticulously on a plate assignment. Mr. Lemin su ervis f' f ' ' ' ' . 36 g P es ive 0 his students in Electricity class as they work on Individual projects. k 'Fi Carol Proctor smiles in anticipa- tion as she prepares a tasty dish in her home economics cooking class. HOME ECONOMICS Home economics students strive to equip themselves with the necessary abilities, skills, and knowledge that they will need later in life. By learning the arts of cook- ing, sewing, and decorating, they approach their goal - to make a desirable career or home for their future families. Dawn Valenti measures the hem of a dress worn by Delores High in a sewing class. ' 1 ... ,...-. .- ..,..x. ,, i t fv---- --f-f-' 1 H-p---1-ff'--N...-,, ...........,.,---'-- -- .'JvS'4" The girls in physical education lmend over backwards to pass this course. gt 411,34 Agfa? Someone cries, "Heads or tails?" as Mr. Cottingliam's gym classes do tho various stands they have learned, PHYSICAL EDUCATION lt is the goal of the physical education department to train the mind as well as the body. through sports and physical activities. A wide variety of courses are available to both lmoys and girls. These include courses in major sports. recreational sports. physical fitness. and health. f S t 3 ' Q ,Q f Sgr ' get . XM Q X TS Q Q 'M' DRIVER EDUCATION Hbearning through doingv is the basic idea practiced in the Driver Education De- ..s,,Vz , ,fuk dy N: partment. Students learn the rules of safe ,. driving and bow to maneuver an automo- In , bile by driving in traffic under the careful 4 supervision of their instructors. Lynn Mosby shows Mr. 0'Dell the best places to park . . . as if Mr. O'Dell didn't know! on be to 5 'x 4 es al 59' ' ' --vufffiw Nlr. 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Q, f ' ' 0 55, msd FXYX, Q,x X fswS,fsi ,S f.s at ga - ,, Fhbghffgsxf 'sw 11 X X 4 Dyanne Shipman, wearing her new halo, poses with cohort Terry Stewart. f....wn-q nnmwpsfa--eww Ehrlich, Judy Eismont, Sherry Elam, Sharlyne Elwood, Jerry England, Malcolm Epperson, Eddie Estes, Bob Estes, Diana Evans, Jerry Felix, .lim Ferguson, Barbara Ferguson, Janis ,ve--qu-.uv- Elliott, Mary Epperson, Fred Farris, Geanie Field, Mary Fields, Nancy Fields, William V J f QM Finke, Carl Firestone, Brad Fisher, Jim Floberg, Mike Flowers, DeAun Foerschler, Gary Folsom, Sheila Fowler, Beverly Fowlkes, Renee Frapasella, Carol Freeman, Nancy Fry, Tom 3 57 V -E - -T .-.,. ,.... , .- a,.f-q.,-wff...,.-.,- lass 0 '64 Gamel, Sheila Gates, Marvin Gensler, Linda Giancone, David Gianessi, Christine Gibbany, Tom Gibson, .lane Gibson, Rita Gilham, Wayne Gilman, Forest Gladow, Steve Glasscock, Doug Gabehart, Tommy Galland, Edward Gentry, Gary Gibson, Charlene Gillett, Sharlyn Goad, Sharon f ,M f f Mit' f Z gm ,. , I , , f 4 iii B gf, fb' Qa-. 1 qw I , -L Q L :Q 10 4-od vmfu-J , QI f 'Vi L 1 vnu- Y ii if 1 S a K v J Gorhet, Leonard Cray, Kathy XE, YH' ' Grisham, Randy lf R wwf av M if ,. Z' Hagstrom, Clarence IA fy- ,, ag., ' fy s Hamner. Richard gg.,-ve Harmon. Carolyn A Q Couchcr, Jacqueline Graf, Frederick Crawe, Roger Gregg, Diane Griffey, Pamela Griffin, Linda Grout, Mike Guggenmos, Hank Guyer, Nancy Haley, David Halliburton, Richard Hammock, Cregg gaw J 1 - M -N 'NX Q 1 . R ff A A X K X ili i ' ii? Ng QA: 1 Q N J iiv AQ , Nj' fix 7 19 ,i'Qfg Y Wg xv XX I Q K me w 1 Mx , fi f 2 f X .X 51 ow, - I ' f f f f' Q ' ' f 1,5114 s ' i 0 . 3 is tai M ' ff-1 552 f -f ' W ML, " ' f , ,, f ' isis.: e I f 2'iSg'Q7Q ff ,ffl , Lou Schafffffgr has worked with ihv vzcw Iialil i.:1iif'l ww Mr -15 in che new amliiorium eo mu:-h tlisl war Nw i W x N ..-W ,....-fm..-9-sig--9-'rf-av'-iw-'G Y' va- ' Harold Judy Harper Linda Harrington Jean Harris Dan 'Wh ., , Harris, June Harris, Mike Iiarris, Roger A f X? ,X Y X ,W 'rQ2- Ji' , we My xr-nal Somebody needs to remind Gayle Bradfield that sl1e's not a junior anymore and that we all saw her class ring last year! Haston, James Hatcher, Lois Hayes, J 06 Heard, Marcia Hastmg, Nancy Haynes, Patsy .L Heath, David R. Heckroot, John Heiney, Joel Hendricks, Beverly Hendricks, Larry I Y Q4 : 5 ff J' ef. Hendrix, Dana Henneberg, Ronald Hennessy, Fran Hestand, Sharon High, Deloris Hofll. David Henry, J ack Henry, Sharon Hensley, Dick Hibbard, Sue Hibbs, Barr Higdon, Karen Hinshaw, Kathy Hfxson, Susan Hodge, Robert Hoffecker, Rivhard Hogan, Mike Hoiderman. .ioamtte 4-1 ,151-ga' ,f ,M W ' KMA , Holle, Cheryl as t Holliway, Joyce A ' A 5 "'A , H A Hvlloway, Tom i ::' 2 , i 11: 6 V ' 6' N' Al, ,. . Holloway, Vicky Kochi of an for I1 narro Edga and , MN. . WPS Q51 ..,, Hoover, Rich Hopkins, Joan Hopkins, Karen Hott, Emily Hotta, Sawako R Huber, Bill Hopp, Llnda Hudkins, Arthur If 4 1 ' 3 X Eliza, , y ,AQ f , QQ Huesgen, Bob Hull, Susie Hunt, Judy Hunt, Sandi W' . v , . W, 3.-Kg N J fi , -,..- A ,,,,m.M Rochelle Listrom ponders over the list of authors trying to decide upon one for her research paper topic. She has narrowed the possibilities down to Edgar Rice Burroughs, lan Fleming, and Ann Landers. is , Q 1 A 4 4 K Q K " W' r f ii! I n Mu I if r "V Jenkins, Gary N ?x , 44. 'W Johns, Richard Johnson, Russell .mg no--.,,, ,. Johnson, Sandy A sa... ,, . ,,.4,,.,,... .. .---.......... -,...............s..--. -i,,..........4....-1..- Huskisson, Teddy Huss, Paula lrminger, Willa James, Barbara James, Connie James, Joy Jenkins, Jim Jennings, Gwen Jensen, David Johnson, Carol Johnson, Kay Johnson, Mike ,H ,.Q, x lil' YV f' "RW ds,E..." .,:v XX M J 5 - f f ,, ,x ,' f c! E VM I fx ,, ,- W 1, ., f . I, ff, JS, , ' If 1 f ff 'fi ff ,, Q, fil I 'fi , V P -A I, Q .7411 1 mv f .V l,' qi-'Lf' ' ."Tf"f,i5'2.gC?,,f ' Lifplfrzvf 4 V H I g,,L,Lg', ,fciff sqft ,,,, f , J , pf, asf' P - ff' 3 ' as gf It ', ..f"ff.2?'L.,4g,,fQ 'fwfr-' K-'ffff n f cli , "' 1 , 1' ,I ,u1'jgi,,,L.-L-, A- ,gf . fail, . A -ij, ,il......---.- . 1' A. ., .V ,., . QQM5.,-Q wgvwv-Q, . W' xii 5 1- - ' 'J 2' f if A, 1' J . 4" in , , ,h wzf f qw s . if V, X, , k ..,.,' 5 X X K m,o"'2 'N U f X -, . " XD' X . wg TW: K" 4 N. , '4' k W V' Q 7 L 956 11 f , ,nwxasfw i ' ig , VE, . , , W, U , QQ, N, - I, 'tr 5 as ,Q X Q? 5 , 'YY i ax fs' - I 0 f 2 X ,W , 4. Wm R an X, Johnston, Diane Johnston, Kris Jones, Cheryl Jones, Marianne frm V 7, , Jones, Ray ,f "ref 7 Jones, Tom ,lqf ' Judy, Diane V f V fs i 2,7 If 4 i ,, My Kaiser, Lannora Ei ' Keeler, Rick Keen, Kathleen Keesee. Janet Kelly, Janet Kenney. Barbara Kerns, Cheryle ..f Keller, Carol Kietzman, Debbie an -N Y X .-I QQ Ha Air ret: From sumo in C likely M Y W ff if f' fqx I Fw f WW' LM QA: N. X '41 f ,- , 1 'R' wi, 4 , is ff I ,a f f 4 , W l nr' Z , iz? fs. -1 Kilker, John Kimberlin, Sue Ann King, Jewel I A Kirtwright, Lee ff g. I f P J I f 4 1 7 ff! 4 'K f I fl f t e1 f, Happy Hornets filled the Municipal Airport to greet Roger Grawe upon his return from his summer in Cennany. From those expressions one might as- sume they are needing a little tutoring in German Class and Roger is the most likely prospect to help out. Ach tungl "1--w , .. ..:.........-....-1. -............-1.-. King, Lynda King, Sue King, Tommy Kitchen, Rick Knopf, Mike Kohler, Kathy Kratky, Kim Kroft, J im Krogh, Peggy Kumer, Charles Kurtz, Linda LaFon, Lois lass 0 64+ I -. 'QQ ff, Q ff K!! A wa v W K M W , . if .V M ,Z Z! ff X X 4.--ww. ,--1 --u . -..,.,-w---M44-1--m--,,.-1-w . ,Elf M 2 Q f W if f sm i QW. X X as flew Mk? . :V ,y LHICCY, Gary if .,., I ,V, -. , Lambert, Darryl "1 ,,,,f, 5 , Z F - L i 7 ' . . .A y Lamklns, Kelth 4 '3?'Q!'f 7 .ff J 6 f " 5. f 7 ' w e W .gf , if Laning, Doug Larson, Janet Leach, Arta shi vnnaiw' 3 Leeper, Donna x, ' Lehman, Cheryl 4 S X , Lehman, Lola " fc f L ., 7 , ff Class 0 '64 Linneman, Charles Listrom, Rochelle Livingston, Lorrie Landall, Jackie Ledgerwood, Harry Leslie, Kris Lomonaco, Jerry Long, Butch Long, Nancy f, ,,,,,,, N ,QQ , . ,W 1 Q I A Z X , 4 , f , A X , .1 X 2 f f , f ff if fi W J 7 W X ff 4 W if X VR 3. QL Leaxe it to Purgold ueen Attendant Suzanne Matthews to get her hand caught in a Christmas tree. ,lust hone it isn't carnivorous! yo' F., A . K'-P Ni if klL '1 ,- ? ,I ,Atv iff-v L Lon g, Sally Longee, Al Lowe, Dena Lowe, Judy Lucas, Sharon Loop, Sue Lunsford, Patricia Lyle, John Lyon, Russ Lucas, Steve McArthur, Randy McBride, Joyce McCall, Gary Lyons, Linda McCall, Terry Mcfflaskey, ,lack KlcClure.le1'ry Nlcffall, Rota. I '11, , A 4 Mp4S,"' I 1, rf P 5 ,gg my ,,-.'?Xifif""i ' ' X ha f K Ia, ,J K wg' t Q, r' 'N UA? A ZXXA gl -.. '95, 7 'ff P' "' 'X '5f?5': skflyk li! ', av Q V. 3 4 5 ,x N K 5 x ' an 'I - ,. VX 5. - ., V, - N., Q' 'Q - ' ER L V if A u , . in vs' Sr. ...at ,ff-09172 1. 4 'Qi-1 , "' if xv as ' 1 Q Q 2 fs' ', Q , l if W ,t K 1 I , wk! 8, 'fix' x, , , l 5 .A Jxljff I .Q -mggss Q3 W "" m W' 'Tia an in-K 78... .14 V' g 9 'fp' ,. ' v f ' 1 r , '7"" Q M A, A 1 3 9' , 1 L ' i .w w W 7, ' '1. , is ei? atar L 9 .4 A , , John Modeer lends a hand in the Neatness Drive, better known as the Locke r Clean-Up and Senior Hall Riot. Za' McCreedy, Robert McCurdy, J im McGee, J an McGuckin, Diane McIntyre, Nancy McKarnin, Alona McKee, Toni McLean, Fiona McLeod, Janet Mach, Vinette Madsen, Gary Malcolm, Ron McCombs, Ralph McCreary, Buster McGowan, Kay McKee, Teri McNamara, Dave Malsom, Donna M4924 -QW ,1- ,, '- Z ,Q I1 f H05 in Ee 'WV All 4 :,, mf , is-i 2 1 45 pq, J ft, 47" K . , ,ya npr ' w I , , W, I, . , I A66 9-vw if i Mansur, Gary Martin, Keith Mathis, Bill May, David Meeker, Bill Meeker, Dennis Martin, Eric Martin, J. H. Martin, Jimmie Martin, Terry Massey, Pat Mathews, Kent Matthews, Suzanne Matthys, Mike Matusiak, Barbara 'ie X si xx W Q 5 5 , Mk s 0 ' f , Rx S, N x 3 ff K f f N 4 X X V 1 i X4 , We , f ,Q wt s .A 7 Sf WX 7 , N f XH X fi X . L. Mayden, Gary ' H Mayhue, Calvin , 4 - Mazza, Elizabeth M ,I , wav ,,. 3 1-'- at YK , Y , ' 'X , , Z , X f X 1 ,f , f X Rx N X X A fig' 'fl K V ,f 49, ,,f ,,,,:1 - , , -, W l f f f Q N V tw B , f f xx ,K 5 . X X If s 9 Z .?f1.sW, -V ,r . 'f'f221 5 .,,, ,fi .ta af . 14, .- fm El Class 0 '64 f 1' .4 ' f g W K1 VW f fi ,X 3 Ya 15- "V V -4 ,., I , 4 'f Vg u 'Q . V 4,2 ' ":'5 ' .' Q Q fgf! f I ' ' 1 M ZW gy f JY s 'f'.:::fa. ' ,9 , ,... I Q' 1 Q f J 1 Mehner Diane Messer Roberta Messmer, Mike 4.7 rw! , ,ff- -2 W6 J ' qi 71 Meredlth, Jan I PM , g , , ll 1 XI X am,-' Q., Q f Q f Q M Y f Meyer, Leanne Meyer, Sam Mielke, Gary Miller, Carole Miller, Cindy Miller, Judy Misner, Bob Mitchell, Rook Modeer ohn ie Miller, Brad Miller, Kenda Mooie Patricia ax' A I, 0 A ,V Moore, Wayne Linda Reed and Barbara Berquist, two fefuffew fmffl Thespians, enact a tense and dramatic scene from real life! 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W Nw r rf 7 I , Z1 4 . ,11 ,mf N W Q , Price, Margaret Pry or, Martha Reeb, Charlie 414 , A 'ff ' 1 1 4' Q 4 ' I 0' 1 75454 , 1? W X , 5 if Z 7 , Reid, Mary Ann Nw Qu: Thu.. of-N' 5 fb S' of K X 3, 1 x1 an ' via P aiunvcs. str "1 X Pl 3 NIV. i"raZier, 1 All om' of llfvv 1 , L, rn f'l"Z'I11,'IS, gb- Z? "f vile ' ,Q fc 3 3,4 4, .fn f ' 'T' me N, ,ik 5,1 ,' 'V Reintjes, Woody .,:.. " ' 1 'P 1, Remwald, Gary 35' 451 ii. ,t .. fy it lflgff Q Q? his Rhodes, Pennie i Reimer, Larry 0 Reynolds, Bill Reynolds, Orlene Rhodes, Linda Rice, Willie Ricketts, Mike Riley, Sharon Roach, Judy Roberts, Allen Roberts, Doug Roberts, Harold llf. lfruzie-r. airline as chaperone tt! .mv of tlw aftfer-the-game R0bf2ffS,MYf0f1 V"vf'f's stops to that with Bob 'IUVNQUH and mf' those Swingin' -my .g ll Htl Nu, fini: if not the qirffllll Clunpf-z mum Robertson, Mary Jo ,fx 'H , X 0 1 X f ' . V f x X l N 'f f X, K we f n X fag ff Ni R' f f f ZZ ff X 4 W, 11 S - , f Q 4-,m m S6 W' z-ff f V . 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Z f 4 N xg f fx., , , f f 4,,,,o,,,,f Z J", 2 l , 1 f ,r . , Z' . 2 . l .,, , - ' Q 1 , , I X .,., ,Z Cindy Miller gets her head measured for her graduation cap. Hmmm El 616 head size and a HUA hairdo size. Bin f f W MF' ff'WZ ru . I we ,. A X: at A ? , .,.. 5 "f X . 7 1 ' N ' 'W ' ' 1 'P 3 ...,. ' 3. ff X Scott, Linda Seales, John Seever, Mary Seise, Lana Sellers, Don Senne, Dave Settle, Dona Settle, Janie Seymour, Rob Shannon L d ,,,, Sharp Cindy X a WZ Shlpman, Dya X grim. ert IC HUC Scott, Brad Scott, Eddie Seifner, Sue Serrill, Shannon Shankland, Mike Shook, Steve T 4 7 aff QQ., A A A X' i I X X. QW, A hu... 1 3, 4 Z f f f , , 1' ,f W ' f 'Mi ' ax. 524 y Z f X f of 5 W 1 7 W., 'V M V f. H 1 Q .a:f - . . 1 X X f , ,uf 1 'ff' 1- Sims, Paul Sims, Wayne Six, Jeff Sloniker, Riley Small, Linda Smiroldo, Mary Smith, Bruce Smith, Connie Smith, Connie Smith, Janice Smith, Linda Kay Smith, Linda Marie Smith, Ross Smith, Sherri Smoyer, Susie Snow, Linda Sorenson, Nancy Sotomayor, Jim Sousley, Glynnis Stephenson, Kathy AA Class 0 '64 X Stevens, Lorna Stevenson, Dot Stevenson, Richard Stewart, Terry Storey, Judy Stout, Marian Strada, Frank -4"""""' M., Sundal, Daun Sutton, Ralph Strausbaugh, Diana X Q x X is x hi' ,X g ,M-Q Q.-.if 4 , 5 'git uv V7 N , "" gm, 1 ' i'+"'-'-i----- .a Li,,-Q .hi-... -ng- Z .- ,., .U rf, I- . in 'W' a M A ifiskk ' L A V. I I " '15 ,, W1 7 Q x W Z 1 is sd , ,i . Y S ,paw F' 5 , 5 ar? 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NZ N f 1 I X N if if Z i A 7' Thurston, Joyce Thurston, Ruby Tidwell, Bill Torkelson, Ronnie Tieman, LHTTY aww'- lN'la5 lv rurnm f-andif iliiill two y local 1-, . f ,L ! W Q I n "" 5 Lg, ,f ,A i Townsend, Sonya Trammell, Betty Tremam, James R Sf , w x , K S 'Z 4 Q 5 f xi 'i X VS Trowbridge, Don ' Truhlar, Jim N Trump, Paul X , " K . Turner, Don 'A gf Sl L. , A v v 1 r -- .- . ,,.1.,. .... -.fv.-..-. .... ................4..,..,..-................,..--..f....-..i....1....l.?...........- Y ,,.-....,-,..,,..,.,. A, Maybe there was something to that rumor that a certain Purgold Queen candidate and her manager fCheryl Cain and Ken Baughman?l traded two yearhooks for half interest in the local Velvet Freeze store. .mw- , U ID 3 , ,. 14 o f l QM. if Q Valenti, Dawn Nair' Vaughn, Margaret Vering, Lynne lurner, Donna Turner, Kenneth Turner, Pat Turner, Richard Tweeddale, Donna Tyler, Deloris Vanderberg, Maurl Vaughan, Jerry Vaughn, I im Vautard, Margaret Velasquez, Lucy Ventura, Gus . 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X f i Class 0 '64 Williams, Sharon Williams, Terry Williams, Tom Willy, Patty Wilson, Mike Wilson, Sue Wisemore, Steven With, Cindy Wolverton, Steve Wood, Linda Woodward, Pam Wright, Margaret 5 'Qi fir- tl Yates, Sara ,SUQQ if MK S794 V, .Ulf .g X -L 1- . ,s ., , A f- naw, e We -mf fu..-W-ff' it . Yeager, Patty 1 f Young, Donna Young, Pat Young, Vickie ji Youmans, Roy 'E P' 4 .an ' v f t qnfv na ' , - 9 L , 2 t 1. ,A E X Zuck Harold Y f F Suddarth, Roger Clark, Jenny 'E , ms M ,iq X '-X I! 'ii Younghanz, Terry :is S3 Fisher, Linda Itis Z1 bird! It's a plane. It's buperman! No! it really is a Bird . . . Robert! Qa,,t Hmmm . . . don't tell me Birnam WOM! really did move! 1, Ls, 1 X .,,. .. Dee Dee Schonberger continues twisting even though her partner devided to sit this one out. Luckily no one seems to be noticing. "Nts R . X 1 K 3 f 4-' 5 A , 4 X 1 1 if X , f Q V 1 X 1, 4 X Sv 1 f 2 f f L, ,, xt . 31 V :5:'s""S!f f f ,, ,Y 4, ff 4 fl ,Uv-A-' , Y n W- - A W dnri F. V I r V - V - W- -V - V V - , ' , - ,M .5 ian-Q-...v-m.-..Li....L...-i-- +, K- y , .,., -1 ' -' - x Jaines Colin Creighton, Jr. November 1, 1946-January 3, 1964 - -A -ff-: Z K5. .e1e111' A.j'wi,lg1mT 5 1, - if .A i'i1.Ai7'1F 11.1iff i'14igf'1946lf May,-134 1963. 'FEQQZ - if f .1- w'Ts96-'ia--Afagwyumf':zie':Lp:192Ee5-QQ.,--A z,,,. :.1,.1.5--.g,,.1.-g- ji , ----0 - -. -,f-..-. ,..--.-. -L...-....:. ..,.-,-......q...,.....,.,....f...w... avg..-.....,4.. .-...-4-sw 1 Club 23 Purgold Staffg Prom Comm.3 Coronation Ball Comm. BRADFIELD. GAYLE-Pep Club 3, Varsity Cheerleader 13 Y-Teens 3, Triangle Vice-Pres.3 Student Council 1., Convention at M.U.3 A Cappella Choir 23 Soph. Class Sec.3 Prom Comm.3 Variety Show 23 Com- mencement Comm.3 Homecoming Attendant3 uHam- a-lot"3 Wfhe King and lf' BRADLEY, BARBARA--FNC 2, Sec.3 Pep Club 13 FHA 1. BRAY, HAROLD-Political Science Club 13 French Club 1. BRAZELTON. KENNETH-Track 13 N Club 1. BRECKENRIDGE, ROBERT-Band 33 Orchestra 3g German Club 13 Variety Show 13 Pep Band 23 HHam-a-lot',3 MThe King and I." BRIMER, CHRISTINE-Glee Club 13 Y-Teens 13 COE. BROADWATER, HAL-Wrestling 1g Prom Comm.3 Purgold Staff, Assoc. Editor, Coronation Ball Comm. BROCKMAN, BILL-Band 13 Spanish Club 1. BROWN, DICK-Key Club 23 Hi-Y 1, Hist.3 Track 23 Jr. Class Rep. BROWN, STUART-Basketball 33 Football 13 1ntra- murals, Captain. BUCKNER, SHARON-FHA 3. BURCH, CATHY-FHA 13 FTA 2, Treas. BURDETTE, NANCY-Y-Teens 13 A Cappella Choir 1. BUTTERFIELD, KENNETH-A Cappella Choir 23 Hi- Y 13 Track 13 '4Ham-a-lotf' BYBEL, DONNA-Pep Club 3, Sec. Treas.3 Y-Teens 3, Sec.3 Thespians 13 A Cappella Choir 23 Variety Show 23 "Ah, Wilderness',3 '4The King and 1"3 uHam-a-lot." BYRD, HM-N Club 33 Basketball 13 Track 3. C CAIN, CHERYL JEAN-Student Council 3, MASC3 Pep Club 3, Sec. Treas., Pres.3 Y-Teens 3, Tri. Treas, Cabinet 23 FTA 13 Commencement Comm.3 Prom Comm.3 Jr. Class Rep. Alt.3 Purgold Staff3 Purgold Queeng AFS Comm.3 Coronation Ball Comm.3 Va- riety Show 1. CAIN, JAY--Football 33 Baseball 33 Basketball 3g N Club 3. CALHOUN. DONALD-Boys' Glee Club 1. CAMPBELL, BETH-Pep Club 23 Y-Teens 23 A Cap- pella Choir 23 Jr. Class Rep.3 Prom Comm.3 uHam- a-lotw Crew. 90 CAMPBELL, DOUG-Orchestra 3, Librarian, Vice-Pres., Student Director 23 Football 2, Trainer3 Track 3, Traincr3 Basketball 1, Trainer3 German Club 23 MMM 13 Chess Club 13 Political Science Club 13 N Club 33 Science Club 13 Jr. Achievement 13 dHam-a-lotjlg cCThe King and 17'3 HThe Wonderful Tangf' CAMPBELL. SUSANQ-Pep Club 33 Y-Teens 2g A Cap- pella Choir 23 H1-lam-a-lotf' CARDENS, MARY-Pep Club 23 Y-Teens 13 Prom Comm.3 HBlithe Spiriti' Crew3 Variety Show 1, Crew. CAREY. HAROLD--German Club 1. CARROTHERS. DICK-Thespians 2, Pres.3 NFL 33 De- bate 13 c'The Diary of Anne Frank"3 HAria de Capo"3 Purgold Staff3 Coronation Ball Comm.3 mAh. Wilderness." CARMICHAEL. PAT-Spanish Club 1. CARUSO, STEVE-Football 33 Wrestling 13 Science Club 1. CASTOR, BARBARA--MMM 33 Pep Club 3, Sect. Sec.3 A Cappella Choir 23 Y-Teens 33 Inter-Club Council Rep., Tri. Pres.3 Jr. Class Rep.3 Reunion Comm.3 CCHHHI-3-lOi7,Q mAh, Wilderness." CEPLINA, SHARON--FHA 2. CHAMBERS, STEVE-Key Club 23 Football 13 Golf 33 Wrestling lg Band 3g Pep Band 33 Orchestra. CHANDLER, JEANNIE--FHA 23 French Club 23 Span- ish Club 1. CHANDLER. RICHARD-Band 23 Orchestra 2, Pres.3 MMM 3. Hist.3 Purgold Staffg Science Club 13 Pep Bandg German Club 13 HThe King and 1"3 '4Ain,t Eddycashun Vllunnerfuliw Variety Show 2. CHEEK. CHERYL-A Cappella Choir 3, Sec.3 Y-Teens 23 Political Science Club 13 MMM 33 HAin,t Eddy- cashun Wunnerfu1?"3 "Dearie, Do You Remem- ber?,i3 CGHHTH-3-101,73 c'The King and I." COLE, LYNETTE-FBLA 2, Hist.3 FTA 2. COLEMAN, PATRICIA-Pep Club 13 FNC 1. COLLINS, CATHLEEN-A Cappella Choir 23 Y-Teens 1 3 6cHam-a-lotf' COLLINS, CHERYL SUE-Pep Club 3, Treas.3 Spanish Club 3, Vice-Pres.3 Y-Teens 3, Cabinet3 Student Council 13 Jr. Class Rep.3 Purgold Attendant3 Bac- calaureate Comm.3 Purgold Staff, Co-Editorg Prom Comm.3 Publication Workshop at M.U.3 Corona- tion Ball Comm. COLVILLE, BEA-French Club 23 Thespians 13 A Cap- pella Choir 13 Jr. Achievement 33 Buzz Staff, Photographer3 "Diary of Anne Franki' Crew3 mAh, Wildernessng uThe King and lf, COMPTON, DONNA--Y-Teens 23 Pep Club lg A Cap- pella Clioir 13 Prom Comm.3 MThe Ghost of Mr. Pennyw Crew3 NDiary of Anne Frank" Crew. , c VON CON COO COO COR COR CRA CRO CRO CRU CUR DAL DAV DEA DEC DE 1 DEW DIL1 DIX1 DOB DOW DUN CS., 3, 24 ls ls rful ap- I'OI'I'l 1, De- de m., ience Sec. 3 uncil umm. 3 plf 33 Span- Pres. 3 a PGP t'Ain't -Teens Eddy- SUICID- -Teens Danish tudent 3 Bac- Prom orona- L Cap- Staff, I '4Ah t Cap- nf IVIT. CONLEY. DARLENE-Pep Club 13 A Cappella Choir 23 Soph. Choir. CONNELY, BILL-Football 33 Wrestling 33 Baseball 13 N Club 23 Intramurals 23 Ir. Class Rep.3 Prom Comm. COOK. PATRICIA-Pep Club. Sect. Pres.3 Y-Teens 3, Hist.. Conf.. Cabinetg Spanish Club 23 Art Club 13 Purgold Staffg Prom Comm.3 Sr. Gift Comm.3 Pub- lication Workshop at M.U.3 Coronation Ball Comm. COONEY. MIKE-MMM 33 Football 13 Key Club 2, Natil Conv.3 Band 3, Lib.3 Orchestra 3, Vice-Pres.3 Pep Band 33 'cThe King and I"3 Prom Comm. CORBETT. GARY-Football 33 Basketball 33 Baseball 33 N Club 33 Soph. Class Treas.3 Ir. Class Treas.3 Sr. Class Treas. CORYVIN, MARILEN-Spanish Club 13 Pep Club 2g FHA 33 Y-Teens 1. CRAFT. ALLEN-Football lg Tennis 23 N Club 2. CROUSE. STEPHEN-Spanish Club 33 Key Club 13 Intramurals 23 Purgold Staff3 HBlithe Spirit" Crew. CROWNHART, PAT-Pep Club 3, Sect. Treas.3 Y-Teens 23 French Club 23 Student Council 33 Thespians 13 'cAh, Wilderness"3 Prom Comm.3 Ir. Class Rep.3 Purgold Attendantg AFS Comm.3 HBlithe Spiritw Crewg Variety Show 1. CRUM, PAT-Y-Teens 23 FBLA I3 '4Blithe Spiritf, CURRENCE. NANCY-Y-Teens 33 Prom- Comm.3 4'Diary of Anne Frankw Crew3 Variety Show 13 HThe Ghost of Mr. Penny? D DALLAS, SHERRY-FHA l3 Art Club 23 COE. DAVIDSON. KATHRYN-CAA I3 FHA 1. DEAN. SHARON-MMM 33 Glee Club 13 COE3 A Cappella Choir. DECKER. ,IERRYhTransfer Student. DE VORSS, DEANNA-Pep Club 33 Y-Teens 33 Span- ish Club I3 '4Blithe Spirit" Crew. DEWLEN, BARRY-Wrestling 23 Track l, German Club 23 Band 33 Variety Show 1. DILWORTH. W. D.-Key Club 23 Thespians 13 Foot- ball 23 Vlircstling I3 Track I3 Prom Comm.3 mAh. Vl'ilclerness"g iiTbe Bad Seed? DIXON NANCY-ePep Club 33 MMM 33 FTA 15 BHS- ketball l. Managerg Baseball I3 Intramurals 23 i'Tbe Ghost of Mr. Pennyfl DOBBINS. GEORGE E.-A Cappella Choir 23 Soph. Choir. DOWELL. BEVERLYMA Cappella Choir 23 HHam-a- lolfi DUNKIN. PATRICIA--Pep Club lg Y-Teens 1. E EAGLES, SHERMAN-Band 23 Pep Band 33 Key Club 13 MMM 33 Variety Show 2. EDMONDS, CHERYL-Pep Club 13 Art Club 13 GAA 3, Treas.3 FTA 2. EDMONDSON, CAROLYN-MMM 33 Pep Band 33 Band 33 Literary Forum 13 French Club 23 Y-Teens 13 Prom Comm. Buzz Staff3 Variety Show 13 '4Blithe Spiritw Crew3 '4The King and I"3 "The Clown That Ran Awayfi EDWARDSON, LINDA-French Club 33 FNC 33 Treas.3 g'Blithe Spirit" Crew. EHRET, SUE-GAA 3, Sec.3 Y-Teens 13 Pep Band 3g Band 3. EHRLICH, JUDY-GAA 13 FHA 3g Pep Club 2. EISMONT, SHERRY-FBLA 13 FNC 13 COEQ Prom Comm.3 Jr. Class Rep. Alt.3 'cBlithe Spiriti' Crew3 HAh, Wildernessw Crew. ELAM. SHARLYNE-Pep Club I3 Y-Teens 33 Variety Show 1. EPPERSON, EDDIE-Hi-Y 13 A Cappella Choir. ESTES, DIANA-FHA 1. EVANS, JERRY--Science Club l 3 Pep Band 33 Band 23 Orchestra 33 uThe King and I,'3 Variety Show 1. FARRIS, GEANIE-Pep'Club 23 Y-Teens 33 MMM I3 FNC I3 Variety Show 2. FERGUSON, BARBARA-MMM 2, Pres.3 Y-Teens 1, Tri. Sec.3 Pep Club 2, Sect. Sec.3 Student Council 13 Orchestra 2, Sec., Lib.3 Ir. Class Sec.3 Prom Chair- man3 Purgold Staff. Coronation Ball Co-Chairman, Publication Workshop at M.U.3 Commencement gomm.3 Homecoming Attendant3 HThe King and In rew. FIELD, MARY-Pep Club 33 Y-Teens 33 FNC 13 Or- chestra 2, Lib.3 MMM 3, Treas.3 Prom Comm.' IIHHIH-3-IOIIIQ '4Tbe King and IW3 Variety Show 1 FINDLEY, RICHARD-Football I3 Intramurals 13 COE. FINKE. CARL-FBLA 33 Political Science Club 1. FISHER, JAMES-Hi-Y 2, Sec.3 Prom Comm.3 Band 1' Pep Band 1. FLOBERG, MICHAEL-Football 23 Track I3 A Cap- pella Choir 23 HHam-a-lot"3 uThe King and If, FLOWERS, DE AUN-Pep Club 23 Variety Show 1. FOERSCHLER, GARY-French Club 13 Political Sci- ence Club I3 Key Club 23 Baseball 23 Cross Coun- try I3 Intramurals I3 Hi-Y 1. FOLEY, PAMELA J.-FHC 2, Pres.3 FHA 2, Sec. FOWLER, BEVERLY-GAA 23 Pep Club 33 FHA 13 French Club I3 Y-Teens 1. FREEMAN, NANCY'-Pep Club 13 Y-Teens 13 MMM 13 c'Diary of Anne Frank" Crew. FULLER. LINDA--Pep Club 33 Y-Teens 1. FULLERTON. LOIS--Pep Club 33 Y-Teens 23 FHA 2, Reporterg Buzz Staff. 7 9 G GENTRY, GARY-Band 23 Science Club I. GIBSON, CHARLENE-Pep Club3 Y-Teens 2. GIBSON, JANE--Pep Club 23 FHA 23 FBLA I. GIBSON, RITA-Y-Teens 23 A Cappella Choir I3 FHA I3 wllhe King and Iv Crew. GLADOW, STEVE-Track I3 Intramurals I. GRAF, FRED-COE. GRAWE, ROGER-Student Council I, Treas.3 NFL 3, Vice-Pres.3 Key Club 2, Treas.3 Political Science Club 23 German Club 3: Russian Club I3 AFS Comm. GRAY, KATHY-Y-Teens 33 FBLA I. GREGG, DIANE-Pep Club 3, Sect. TTC3S.Q Y-Teens 23 Art Club I3 Prom C0mm.3 HBlithe Spiritv Crew. GRIFFEY, PAM-Pep Club 33 Y-Teens I3 Prom Comm. GUGGENMOS, HENRY-Basketball Statistician 23 Base- ball Manager 23 N Club 23 Science Club I3 Intra- H HAROLD, JUDY-FHA 3, Sec., Vice-Pres.3 FNC 2, H' r. HATCI-IER, LOIS-French Club 23 Art Club I, Sec.3 Pep Club I3 'GAA 2. . HARRINGTON, IEAN-Pep Club 33 FTA 23 Spanish murals 2. Club 2. HARRIS, DAN-Football 33 Track 33 N Club 23 In- tramurals 23 Prom Comm.3 lr. Class Rep.3 lack of Hearts. HARRIS, ROGER-Wrestling 23 German Club 2. HENDRICKS, BEVERLY-GAA 23 Y-Teens I. HENDRIX, DANA-,Pep Club 33 Y-Teens 33 Spanish Club 23 Purgold Staff3 Coronation Ball Comm.3 Prom Comm. HENNEBERG, BILL-German Club I3 Science Club I3 Band I. HENRY, SHARON-Pep Club 33 Sect. Sgt.-at-Armsg Soph. Choir3 A Cappella Choir 23 HHam-a-lot." HENSLEY, DICK-Football 33 Baseball 33 Wrestling I. HIBBARD, SUE-Y-Teens 3, Inter'-Club Council Rep.3 Pep Club I3 A Cappella Choir I3 HThe King and If' HIBBS, BARR--Football I3 Wrestling 23 Key Club 2, Popcorn Sales Chairman3 A Cappella Choir I, Sound Tech.3 Prom Comm.3 Purgold Staffg Corona- tion Ball Co-Chairman3 Variety Show I3 wllhe King and ll' Crew3 '4Blithe Spirit" Crew. HIGDON, KAREN-Pep Club 33 Soph. Choir3 A Cap- pella Choir 23 Y-Teens I3 "Ham-a-lot." HINSHAW. KATHY--Pep Club I3 Buzz Staff. HIXSON, SUSAN-GAA 3, Pres.3 FTA 3, Hist.3 Or- chestra I. HODGE, ROBERT JR.-Key Club 2, Vice-Pres.3 MMM 33 French Club 23 Student Council I, Chaplain3 Band 3, Vice-Pres.3 Pep Band 33 Orchestra 33 Variety Show I3 Basketball Announcer3 lr. Class Rep.3 MThe King and Ifl HOGAN, MIKE--Hi-Y I3 Band 33 Track 23 Football I3 Intramurals I3 Buzz Staff. 92 HOLDERMAN. JEANETTF-+Pep Club 33 YTCCNS 2? French Club I3 lr. Class Rep.3 Prom COITHH- HOLLOWAY, TOM-Football I3 Intramurals I3 Po- litical Science Club 23 Literary Forum I3 Buzz Staff, Co-editor3 Coronation Ball Comm. HOOVER, RICHARD-Band I3 German Club 2. HOPKINS, JOAN--Pep Club I3 A Cappella Choir I. HOTT, EMILY-GAA 23 FTA 33 A Cappella Choir I3 Orchestra I3 MMM I. HOTTA, SAWAKO-AFS Studentg Student Council I3 Pep Club I. HUDKINS, ARTHUR-Key Club 2, Sec.3 NFL 3, Vice- Pres.3 Political Science Club 3, Pres.3 Science Club I3 Football I. HUNT, IUDIITH-Pep Club I3 Spanish Club 23 GAA I3 Sgt.-at-Arms3 FTA I. HUNT, SANDI-Y-Teens 33 Pep Club 3, Sect. Vice- Pres.3 Jr. Class Rep. HUSS, PAULA-GAA 23 Band 23 Orchestra3 Jr. Class Rep. Alternate. IRMINGER, WILLA-Art Club I3 Y-Teens I3 Prom Comm. JAMES, BARBARA-Pep Club 23 Y-Teens 23 Intra- murals 3. JAMES, CONNIE-Pep Club I3 Y-Teens 33 French Club I3 .lr. Class Rep. Alt. JAMES, JOY-FHA 3, Pres., Vice-Pres.3 COEQ A Cappella Choir3 "Ham-a-lotf' JENKINS, JIM-MMM 33 FTA 33 Orchestra 3g A Cappella Choir3 Prom Comm.3 "Ham-a-lot"3 "The Bad Seed" Crew3 '4Ah Wilderness!" Crew3 "The King and If' JENSEN, DAVID-Band Student Conductor3 Orches- tra 23 Science Club I3 Variety Show 23 uDearie, Do You Rememberfw JOHNSON, KAY--FHA 3, Treas.3 Y-Teens I. JOHNSON, RUSSELL--German Club 23 Chess Club I3 Tennis I3 Basketball I. JOHNSTON, KRIS-Purgold Staff3 Pep Club 33 Y- Teene 3: Snanish Club 23 Prom Comm.3 Corona- tion Ball Comm.3 Jr. Class Rep. Alt. JONES, RAY-Chess Club 23 mAh Wilderness!" Crew3 "The King and I" Crew. JUDY, DIANE-Y-Teens 23 Spanish Club 23 Prom Comm. KAISER LANNORA-Y-Teens 2' A Ca ella Choir I' 3 3 PP v MMM 33 Jr. Achievement 23 Orchestra 33 Wllhe King and I,'3 '4Blithe Spirit" Crew. Klfl' KEL KEP KIM KIT KN! KR! KRC KUI KUI LA LA LA LA LEII LIS LIX LO LO ,,,.... ... .. I 24 Po- luzz rl. rI3 l I3 fice- 'N ,lub BAA V.. 1ce- Class Prom lntra- rench 23A 3g A "The 4'The rches- Pearie, lub I 3 33 Y- orona- Crew 3 Prom ioir I 3 "The KEELER, RICK-German Club 33 MMM 33 Physics Club I3 Pep Band 33 Band 3g Variety Show3 HThe King and If, KELLER, CAROL-Spanish Club 3, Pres.3 Y-Teens 3, Cab.3 Pep Club 2, Sect. Sgt.-at-Armsg A Cappella Choir l 3 Variety Show3 Buzz Staff. KERNS. CHERYLE-Y-Teens 23 FHA 2g Pep Club I. KIMBERLIN. SUE ANN-Pep Club I3 Y-Teens 33 Variety Show 23 l'Blithe Spiritv Crew. KITCHEN. RICK-Football I3 Track I3 Soph. Class Vice-Pres.3 Jr. Class Rep. KNOPF, WILLIAM-Track 33 N Club 23 A Cappella Choir3 'GHam-a-lot." KRATKY, KIM-Football I3 Basketball 23 Track 23 Political Science Club I3 Jr. Class Rep. Alt.3 In- tramurals l. KROGH, PEGGY-QA Cappella Choir 2g Pep 'Club 33 FTA I3 Y-Teens 23 Buzz Staff3 Prom Comm.3 Va- riety Show I3 uThe King and I,'3 mAh Wildernessv Crew3 c'Blithe Spirit" Crew3 MGhost of Mr. Penny" Crew. KUMER, CHARLES-A Cappella Choir 23 MMM 3g HDearie, Do You Remember?"3 HHam-a-lot,'3 "The King and I." KURTZ, LINDA--Pep Club I3 Transfer Student. L LA FON, LOIS-FNC 2, Vice-Pres.3 French Club 33 MMM I3 Band 23 Orchestra I3 HThe King and I." LAKEY, GARY-Track 23 Hi-Y. LAMKINS, KEITH-Track 3g Basketball 2g N Club 3. LANDALL, JACKIE-FHA 3, Hist.3 Band I3 Orchestra e I. LEHMAN, CHERYL-Y-Teens 23 Prom Comm.3 Variety Show l3 'LBlithe Spirit" Crew3 c'The King and I" Crew. LISTROM. ROCHELLE-Spanish Club 3, S6C.Q French Club 3g Russian Club I, Pres.3 Pep Club 2g Politi- cal Science Club 3. LIVINGSTON, LORRIE-Pep Club 33 Y-Teens 23 COE. LONG. BUTCH-Basketball 33 Baseball 23 N Club 23 Jr Class Re ' ,lack of Hearts . p., . LONG, NANCY-Homecoming AItCHd3HtQ Student Coun- cil 23 Pep Club 33 B Team Cheerleader I3 Varsity Cheerleader 2g Y-Teens 3, Co-Hist.3 Art Club 23 Ir. Class Rep.3 Prom Comm.3 Sr. Gift Comm.3 Va- riety Show 2. LONG, SALLYgPep Club 23 Y-Teens 2. LOOP. SUE-FHA 2. LOWE. DENA-Pep Club I3 Y-Teens 23 Band 2, French Club 23 Orchestra 33 uThe King and If, LOWE, JUDY-Pep Club 3, Sect. Vice-Pres.3 Frepch Club I3 MBlithe Spiriti' Crew3 '4Ah W1ldC1'HCSSl LUCAS. SHARON-Pep Club 33 Y-Teens 3. LUNSFORD, PATRICIA-Pep Club 23 FHA I3 GAA I. LYLE, JOHN---Science Club I. LYON, RUSSELL-Soph. Choir3 A Cappella Choir 23 HHam-a-lotn Crew3 HThe King and If, LYONS, LINDA-GAA 23 MMM I3 FHA I3 A Cappella Choir I3 "Ah Wildnernessl"3 "The King and I." M MCBRIDE, JOYCE-GAA 3g Art Club I. McCALL, RETA-Y-Teens 3, Inter-Club Council3 Span- ish Club 3g FBLA I3 GAA I. MCCLURE, JERRY-French Club I3 Jr. Achievement 2, Pres.3 Band 33 Pep Band 2g Intramurals I3 Ir. Class Rep. Alt. MCCURDY, JIM-MMM 33 Thespians I3 A Cappella Choir I3 6'Diary of Anne Frank" Crew3 "Ah Wil- derness" Crew3 HThe King and In Crew. MCGUCKIN, DIANE-Y-Teens 2, French Club 1, Pep Club I3 Thespians I3 Prom Comm.3 4'The Bad Seed,73 HBlithe Spiritf, MCLEAN, FIONA-AFS Student3 Spanish Club I3 Rus- sian Club I, S6C.Q NFL I3 A Cappella Choir I3 Student Council I3 Debate Team. MCLEOD, JANET-MMM 33 FTA I3 A Cappella Choir 3g Science Club I3 Ir. Achievement 3, Pres.3 "Ham- a-lot." MACH, VINETTE-Pep Club 3g French Club 2g FTA I3 Y-Teens I3 Variety Show 2g 4'Ah Wilderness" Crew3 MThe King and I.'7 MASSEY, PATRICIA-Y-Teens 23 MMM 3, Sec.3 French Club I3 FHA 3g Soph. Choir3 A Cappella Choir 2g Variety Show I3 'cHam-a-lot." MATHEWS, KENT-Student Council 3g Track 33 Bas- ketball 33 N Club, Sec., Treas.3 Jr. Class Rep. MAY, DAVID-Football 23 Basketball 33 Baseball 3, N Club 3. MEEKER, BILL-Band 3g Pep Band 2g Variety Show I3 '6Blithe Spiritf, MEHNER, DIANE-Y-Teens 2g '4Blithe Spirit" Crew. MESSMER, MIKE-German Club 23 Key Club I3 NFL 2, Treas.3 Political Science Club I, Republican Chairmang Prom Comm. MEYER, LEANNE-Pep Club 33 Y-Teens 2g Purgold Staff, Co-Business Manager3 Prom Comm.3 Variety Show I3 French Club I3 Coronation Ball Comm.3 HBlithe Spiritfi MILLER, CAROLE ELIZABETH'-Pep Club 33 FHA I3 Y-Teens I3 Variety Show 13 HBlithe Spirit" Crew. MILLER, CINDY-Y-Teens 23 A Cappella Choir I3 Ir. Class Rep.3 HThe Diary of Anne Frankwg "The Bad Seedii Crew. MILLER, JUDY-Buzz Staffg Y-Teens I3 Pep Club 33 Spanish Club 33 Literary Forum I3 Political Science Club l3 Variety Show l. MURRAY. ELAINE-Pep Club 3, Vice-Pres., Sect. Pres.g Y-Teens 3. Cabinetg Spanish Club lg Buzz Staffg Variety Show l g c'The Diary of Anne Frankw Crew: 6'Ah Wildernessi' Crewg GThe Bad Seedi' Crewg "The King and Il' Crew. MYERS, JUDITH-FTA lg A Cappella Choir 3g Chess Club lg Science Club lg lr. Achievement 2, Asst. Treas.g l'Ain't Eddycashun Wunnerfuln Crewg c'l'lam-a-lot,'g 'gTlie Bad Seedn Crewg l'The King N NAIL, JIM-Football lg Track 3g N Club 2g Intra- murals 2. and Il' Crew. NELMS, TOM-Track lg Wrestling lg Soph. Choirg A Cappella Choir 2g uHam-a-lotf' NESS, LYNDA-Pep Club 2g Variety Show lg Y-Teens l. NICHOLS, BETTY-Majorette 2g Y-Teens 2g FBLA lg Variety Show 2. NYLUND, ROSEMARY-FBLA l. O OGILIVIE, NANCY-Pep Club 3, Sgt.-at-Armsg French Club 3g Art Club 3, Vice-Pres.g Y-Teens 3, Cabinetg A Cappella Choir lg Political Science Club lg Va- riety Show lg Prom Comm.g mAh Wildernessn Crewg 'cThe Bad Seedn Crewg '6The King and If, OVERSTREET, GREGORY-Spanish Club 3, Treas.g Hi-Y 2g N Club lg Track 3g Prom Comm. P PALASKA, BETTY .IO-Pep Club 3g Y-Teens l. PALMQUIST, DIANA-Pep Club 3, Hist.g Y-Teens 2g FHA 2g GAA 2g Prom Comm. PARIS, JEANNE-Pep Club 1. ' PHEMISTER, MARY-Art Club 2g Pep Club lg French Club 2g GAA 2. PHILLIPS, BILLIE-Pep Club 2, Varsity Cheerleader Ig Y-Teens 3, Treas., Triangle Sec., Cabinetg Stu- dent Council 3, Sec., MASCg Co-Chairman of Sweetheart Ballg Jr. Class Rep.g Homecoming Queeng Prom. Comm.g AFS Comm.g Baccalaureate Comm. PHILPOTT, FORREST-FTA 2g MMM 3g Band 3g Orchestra 3g Variety Show lg 'cHam-a-lotwg 64The King and I." PIOTROWSKI, LINDA-FTA 2g Y-Teens 2g Pep Club 3g Band 3, Lib.g Pep Band 3g French Club lg Intramurals lg Variety Show lg 4'The Bad Seed" Crew. POLEN, BARBARA-Transfer Studentg Pep Club l. POLLARD, GARY-COE. POTTS, ROGER-Track lg German Club lg Chess Club lg Band 2g Intramurals 2g lr. Achievement. POWERS, CONNIE-FBLA lg Art Club 2. PRICE, MAROARETfThespians 3, Vice-Pres., Treas.g Orchestra 3g Band 2g MMM 3g Y-Teens lg Prom Comm.g Variety Show lg HThe Vllonderful Tangw Crewg MThe Clown That Ran Awayn Crewg HDearie, Do You Rememberfwg uBlithe Spiritng '4The Diary of Anne Frank" Crewg mAh Wilderness" Crewg MThe King and IN Crewg HA Roomful of Roses" Crew. PRYOR, MARTHA-Pep Club 2g Y-Teens 3g Variety Show 2. QUEAR, NANCY-Science Club lg Y-Teens 3g MMM 3g Band 2. R REED, LINDA-Pep Club 3g Y-Teens 2g NFL 2, Sec.g Thespians lg Debate Team lg City Hall Day Rep.g "The Wonderful Tangmg 'LBlithe Spiritug HAh, Wil- dernesswg g'Aria De Capo"g c'The Bad Seeda' Crew. REIMER, LARRY-Track 3g Thespians lg N Club lg "The Ghost of Mr. Penny"g "Diary of Anne Frank" Crew. REINTJES, WOODY-Football 3g Track 3g Wrestling lg N Club 33 A Cappella Choirg Baccalaureate Comm. RHODES, LINDA-Y-Teens lg Pep Club lg MMM lg Variety Show 2g Prom Comm. RHODES, PAMELA-Pep Club lg Y-Teens 2g MMM 3g Prom Comm.g Band 2g Orchestra 3. RICE, WILLIE-Hi-Y 2g COE. RILEY, SHARON-FI-IA 2, Treas.g Pep Club l. ROACH, JUDY-French Club 2g Jr. Achievement l, Pres. ROBERTS. ALLEN-Political Science Club lg NFL lg Basketball Announcer Ig Debate Team I. ROBERTS. DOUGLAS-NFL 3g Key Club lg Debate Team 3. ROBINSON, IIIVI-Wrestling 3, Co-Capt.g Track 2g Baseball lg Cross-Country lg N Club 3g Sr. Class Sgt.-at-Armsg Jack of Hearts. RODGERS, WAYNE-Baseball 2g Basketball lg Track lg N Clubg Intramurals I. ROSS, KATHLEEN-CAA 2, Chaplaing German Club lg Band 3. ROUTH, CAROL-Band 2g Buzz Staff. ROY, BARBARA-Y-Teens lg FTA 2. RUSSELL, KATHY-COE. S SALSBURY, BARRY WILLIAM--NFL 2g FTA 2. Pres. Debate Team 2g MMM l g lr. Achievement l, Treas. Buzz Staff. S AN E A ly SCH SCH SCH SCHl SCH' SCO' SCOf SEIS SELll SENQ SERI SET1 SET1 Ll rom an arie 1ary e r1ety ec lRep W1 Crew ub1 rank ,stlm g ureate IM 1' 'IM3' en 1, FL 1 , Debate ck 2 g Class Track 1 Club SAINFORD FDYXARD Trackl SAUFR ILYSE l'rench Club 3 German Club 3 Sec Treas Pres CAA 1 Buzz Staff Prom Comm Blithe Spirit Crew SCHAEFFFR LOUIS JR French Club 2 Vice Pres Thespians 1 Science Club 1 Blithe Spirit Crew The Diary of Anne Frank Crew All Shook Up Crew Variety Show l Ah Wilderness Crew The Bad Seed Crew The King and 1 T e Old Lady Shows Her Medals Crew Aria De Capo Crew SCHINDLER JANET Spanish Club 1 Pep Club 2 Y Teens 3 FBLA 1 Coronation Ball Comm Pur gold Staff Variety Show 1 Blithe Spirit Crew SCHNEITER DAVID D German Club 2 SCHONBERGER DEE DEE Pep Club 3 YTeens 3 Cabinet GAA 1 Baccalaureate Comm The King and I Crew Variety Show 1 SCHUBERT WILLIAM W German Club 3 Science Club 1 SCOTT BRAD Golf 2 SCOTT EDWIN D French Club 3 Vice Pres Pres MMM 3 Vice-Pres ' Key Club 2 H1st.' Band 3 Pres: Orchestra 2' Pep Band 2 The King and ' Dearie Do You Remember? Crew. SEISE LANA-Pep Club 1. SELLERS DON-Student Council 2 Press Football 1 Wrestling 3' Track 3 N Club 3 A Cappella Choir SENNE DAVID-Jr. Class Rep SERRILL, SHANNON-Y-Teens 3, FNC 1, Pep Club 1, Prom Comm.g Homecoming Attendant. SETTLE. DONA-FTA 3, Vice-Pres. , Y-Teens 2, French Club 1. SETTLE. JANIE-Ir. Achievement 2, MMM 25 Pep Club 3, Thespians 1, Buzz Staffg Orchestra 3, Y-Teens lg Jr. Class Rep., "Blithe Spirit" Crew, uThe Diary of Anne Frank" Crew, uThe Ghost of Mr. Pennyl' Crew. SHANNON, EDDIE-Football lg Wrestling 2, Base- ball 1. SHARP. CINDY--Art Club lg Purgold Staff, Pep Club lg Y-Teens 25 Senior Class Sec., Ir. Class Rep? Prom Comm.: Senior Gift Comm., Homecoming Attendant: Variety Show lg HThe King and I' Crewg Coronation Ball, Co-Chairman. SHIPMAN. DYANNE-Pep Club Buzz Staff, Co-Ed.g Variety Show 1. SIMS PAUL Track 1 A Cappella Choir Transfer Student SIMS WAYNE A Cappella Choir Ham a lot SMALL LINDA GAA 1 Band 3 Orchestra SMITH BRUCE Wrestling 2 Track 2 N Club 2 SMITH CONNIE RAE YTeens 3 Triangle Treas Triangle Pres Cabmet Pep Club 3 Sect Pres A Cappella Choir 2 Jr Class Rep SMITH ROBERT Prom Comm SMITH ROSS Track 3 Cross Country 1 Football 1 N Club I H1 Y 1 SNOW LINDA Purgold Attendant Pep Club 3 Sec Sect Pres YTeens 3 Treas Vice Pres Student Council 2 Ir Class Rep Prom Comm Variety Show 2 A Cappella Choir 2 Blithe Splflt Crew Ham a lot The King and I SOTOIVIAYOR JAMES A Cappella Choir 2 COE 2 SOUSLEY CLYNNIS Pep Club 2 FHA 1 STEPHENSON KATHLEEN Pep Club 3 YTeens 2 FNC 1 FBLA1 Jr Achievementl Ah Wilder ness Crew STEVENS LORNA-Purgold Staff' Pep Club 3 Y- Teens 'l MMM 3 German Clubl Vice-Pres. Band 2 Sec. Vice-Pres.' Pep Band 3' Jr Class Rep. Prom Comms Coronation Ball Comm. Publica- tions Workshop at MU' Dearie Do You Remem- ber? ' Ham-a-lot STEWART TERRY-Cross Country 2 Co-Captain' Track 3. STOREY, JUDY-IVIIVIIVI 35 Y-Teens 25 A Cappella Choir 25 Prom Comm., Variety Show 1, 'cHam-a- lo "5 HThe King and If, SWEATMAN. MIKE-Football 3g Basketball 1, Wres- tling 2g Track 35 N Club 3. Sgt.-at-Arms, Jack of T TALLY, RANDALL-Football 3, Track lg A Cappella Choir. TAYLOR, DARLA KATHLEEN-GAA 3, Vice-Pres., Intramurals. Hearts. TAYLOR. JIM-Hi-Y 2. Vice-Pres., Area Councilg Band 3. TAYLOR, REBECCA-Pep Club 3, FHA 2. THOMAS. WILLIAM SLEDGE-Band 33 Orchestra 23 Pep Band 23 Baseball l. Pres. 3 llreas. 3 SIMPSON. ALARICE-Orchestra 3g A Cappella Cl1QiF, Accompanist: ll-IMM 33 German Club 23 i'Tl'1C Kms and If' SIMPSON. .IERRY-A Cappella Choir. THOMPSON. JEANF-Jr. Achievement 2. Prod. Man- agerg HBlithe Spirit" Crew. THORESON. PATRICIA ANN-FBLA l: FNC lg Po- litical Science Club 2: Y-Teens l. 95 TIDWELL, BILL--Key Club I, Football 1, Baseball 1. TOWNSEND, SONYA-Y-Teens 3, FHA 1, GAA 2, Pep Club 1. TRUHLAR, JIMMIE WAYNE-MMM 3, N Club 2, Wrestling 3, Co-Captain, Baseball 2. TURNER, DONNA-Pep Club 3, Buzz Staff. TWEEDDALE, DONNA-Y-Teens 1, Variety Show 1' l'Ham-a-lot,', HThe King and IH, A Cappella Choiri V VALENTI, DAWN-Art Club 1, Thespians 2, Clerk, Pep Club 1, Prom Comm., 6'Blithe Spirit" Crew, uDiary of Anne Frank" Crew, '4Ah, Wilderness' Crew, "The King and 1,7 Crew. VAUCHN, JAMES-Cross Country 2, Track 2, N Club 1. VAUGHAN, JERRY-French Club 1, Wrestling 2, Pur- gold Staff, Coronation Ball Comm. VAUGHN, MARGARET-Orchestra 1, Y-Teens 2, FBLA 2, Pres., Pep Club 3, A Cappella Choir. VENTURA, GUSTAVO ELIO-Spanish Club 1, Sgt.-at- Arms, Student Council 1, Basketball 1, Track 1, W WARD, SANDRA-Pep Club 1, Y-Teens 2, Jr. Class Rep. Alt., "Blithe Spirit" Crew. WARDLAW, LAMAR-Spanish Club 1, Band 3, Pep Band 1, Wrestling 1, Track 3, MMM 3, N Club 1, Variety Show 1. WARDRUM, STEVE-Key Club 2, Ir. and Sr. Director, MMM 3, Thespians 2, Vice-Pres., Band 3, '4The Old Lady Shows Her Medals", "Blithe Spirit", 4'The Diary of Anne Frank", 4'Ah, Wilderness", c'The King and Iv, 6'Aria De Capow, Variety Show 1, Sr. Gift Comm. AFS Student. WEATHERS, PHILIP--Key Club 2, Band 3, Spanish Club 3, MMM 3, NFL 2, Pep Band 2, Basketball Announcer. WEBER, MARK-Intramurals 3, Spanish Club 1, Track 1, Science Club 1, Baccalaureate Comm. WEIGHILL, MIKE-Golf 2, Track 1, Baseball 1, Po- litical Science Club 1, Intramurals 1. WELLS, DAVID-French Club 2, Treas., Band 1, Lit- erary Forum 1, Ir. Achievement 1, Prod. Manager, Purgold Staff, Prom Comm., Intern'l Banquet Comm., Publications Workshop at MU, Coronation Ball Comm. WEST, JANE-Pep Club 2, GAA 1, "Blithe Spirit" Crew. WILKES, SANDRA-FNC 1, FHA 3. WILLIAMS, SHARON-Pep Club 1, FHA 2, Y-Teens 1, 4'The Diary of Anne Frankn Crew. WILLIAMS, TOM-Football 1, Track 1, Wrestling 2, Hi-Y 2, MMM I, A Cappella Choir 2, MI-Iam-a-lot." WILLIS, DAVID-Golf 3, Wrestling 2, Co-Captain, Cross Country 1, Russian Club 1, Vice-Pres., N Club 2, Hi-Y I, Area Council, Political Science Club 1, Jr. Class Rep. WILLY, PATRICIA-Pep Club 1, Y-Teens 2, FHA 1, Variety Show 1, Prom Comm., c'Blithe Spiritn Crew. WOOD, JEANNIE--Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 1, Spanish Club 2, FBLA 2, Vice-Pres., Purgold Staff, Coro- nation Ball Comm. WOOD, LINDA-Pep Club 3. Y YOUNG, PATRICIA--Band 2, Spanish Club 3. YOUglC?fVICKIE--Pep Club 1, French Club 1, Buzz ta . :X . Q, W - F 4 i . f ,..Y V. ,g ,. I -1 iv 'M ' N "N" " ' ----- 3 , N-'- ' - - M I T I 47 1 I, 5 Q K 'Q F X tiff? 'rack 4 PO- . Lit- ger g quet ation piritw Teens ng 2g 1-lot." ptain 3 s.g N cience yIA1g 5pirit"' panish Coro- g Buzz Aut rah? f a A' " A-1 . : -- A 1- r X . , .:- R xl? i I wvwi, 'Ar 1. A 4 M I K 1' I f x ' lj, J milf' P ' xl, A 'G NL- I ...V-"' I ' ,, ,L " I, 'lv ,M . iff I A Q r I TJ ix" 7' K K H, .vi 1 1, ,- A - -1 '1K, ' --,MA LR-LA Vx'-,Jul-rf I 5 - x, Q I I . ,N I , I 9, L., 1-LJ 'vggv ,A Af-X s lk ek -Y .1 YQ. M Q 4 n ' 5 f- H . ' f "A-0 . -,Lf -9' V ' ' U 5 - sf I . I ' 1 - fi 1 K- vm.. 7'- x K fl 1 i xi R 1 N f ' v. ' TW f- . .Q ,Ii I 1 3, Ju I, L '.f'N., ',.,,.: t' ' fi is- X , H- l Q ' 5 s 5 5 Q -. Lb 97 'Q'-M -1 --- -- , ,,..-1-r ., my -Y' WW , M, , fx f fff ?,,f',Q' , ,J w A , fW Wx fl M N 75945 X X 5 '7 ZW ' X Q aww lass '65 This year, being the Juniors' first year at N.K.C.H.S., held many new experiences-some confusing, all ex- citing . . . locating classes, yelling at the games and dancing at the mixers that followed, receiving class rings, decorating for the prom, running to Dagg in the rain, and singing the Alma Mater for the first time. The Junior class officers are Sandy Stevens, Vice- Presidentg Kathy Crownhart, Treasurerg Candy Cain, Secretaryg and Mickey Kerr, President. 14 's ff as P-4 X , mf' , ' . , J , ., ry ,V sr ,N , W, V, ,f we ,I flip ff f f f X f , 5 , ' M f , 4,5 ,, X, firm , ZX N Q , f 4 I A is We X0 V lyk J f 3 , 2 .hi .5 K W Nfl? 4' me X f f WX! 0? r . "" ' as it f ,fy swf :hear ,vs-' 4 X J X ,XS '- :Q ww , aa- 'I f,,v,f' ,. ,, ,, if f f f ' f , Y f x 1 'vin Nifsxfl 11, - S J s 41- , -I ., E dy 5 , ii"l l X W A .,.,. ,, ,,,.,,, .,., , , 1 ,X N 14 x ff ' f Nf .f x f Q I 1oo Acton, Donna Adair, Roy Adams, Carol Albright, Louise Alderson, Michael Alexander, Karen Alexander. Linda Allen, Douglas Allen, Larry Allen, Patrick Allen, William Allison, Samuel Alsbury, Susan Alsbury, Robert Amorosa, John Amos, Donald Amos, Sandra Anderson, Elaine Anderson, David Anderson, James Anderson, .lean Andrews, Carolyn Ansell, Angela Arndt, Daryl Asby, Ronald Asby, Terry Atwood, Donna Aubrey, Joyce Ayer, Alton USS X Mm , X f X ,., Q ,A A x f X f , N f X ' Wff 0 1965 Larry Henson and Corky Adair get in some good prac- tice for the Leap Year races. Oh, come on, those junior girls aren't that bad! -1-"7 5' Q, Babcock, Jack Badami, Stephen Bade, Barry Bain, Joseph Baird, Steven Baisden Maria ,ug , 'Wy M, ' Baker, Charles Baker, Steve Balagna, Beverly Ballard, Norma Ballieu, Billie Balthasar, Diana Barbe, Rebecca Barker, Nancy Barlow, Thomas Barnes, Tony Barnes, Judy Barnes, Sandra Barnett, Pamela Barnhart, Patricia Bartlett, Audrey Bartlett, Barbara Bartlett, Deanna Bartlett, Sue Bartley, Kennie Baskin, Clarice Baxter, Christine Beam, Melva Beaman, Eric ,,, , J f adn--v' ,rx s X f , XX 9 N1 rf X ri , Q s HS ,, 7 3 3 4 , i , ,,, ya N f , XJ, . ,.,:.. . J' Q al f Q- xg? A' 3 X ' r fe, S als A 101 1 , 1 1 .....,,..,....,Y.- . ..- '1 il in ,z 'K 11 1 '1 1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1111 1 ,l 1, 11 IQ Q,' 1 1 1, ,, 1 1 . 1 ' :Q A. V.: i7V54"y?r 'pf' X V 1 ,,,., f XBXCC f I ,W , W 1 f If f " 1 1 102 K! 1 f ..,.. Q fy f 7 X X I ff X 1 f f f f ff X all I ' ..f L Q-,f f,, Q, 1 f ,J Z ww me f if ' ' 52 f gi., ,.,. , fl ,,Qji':,,l ' x ,- 90' X ga X Hi J, . 61 A , f , -rf ix: , .,,.y, ,. f ' MMV , , , 2 f-aff' a , f lf' Q' W, Beard, Dennis Beaver, Ronald Beck, Thomas Beisel, Edward Bell, William Bemboom, Rebecca Bement, Sandra Benell, Susan Bennett, Donna Bent, James Benton, Robert Berger, Paul Berglund, Charles Bevan, ,lim Bigham, Bonita Bilello, Ann Billings, Dudley Bird, Shirley Bishop, Russell Bixby, Karen Black, Reed Blakeley, Dixie Blakemore, Dwight Bland, Janice Blankenship, Louie Bledsoe, Theresa Bleich, Roger Bless, Lawrence Block, William Boan, Christine Bock, Delores Ps muff W sys , , 4, ffl" if "IM M, , !- A ,Aw 'K 0 Qw- , , 4,279 W5-Y' is ' V ' f 1' Q I. Q , yf 1 el ,QW l ' Boles, Robert Bollinger, Cretta Bond, Mary g,...X.-es, ,f , . 1 n I a N., Q, 1 :ff VA Bonin,Terrence Q la. V - Q xg 1 , ,wa X sw i Bradley, Carol Bradley, lthel Bradley, Pamela Beyer, Carol Bramwell, William Brandon, James Brandt, William Brasher, Thomas Bratcher, Richard Bray, Michael Brazier, Ann Brecht, Billie ln the midst of Homecoming preparations, Susan Wagner re- ceives some rather shocking news it appears. Maybe she de- corated a week too soon? r SY, l .,., r ra , ...... , W XS N.. ,' X 5 'D 5 ., ff, 'fn ,X ,, X ' Y Q 4' X X , .AX W M ,A ff, rg, Q A X of, -fm N Wie 232 f' hy fig x if ! X mlm fs ,gr 2 4, wmv ,J 7755151223 45,41 V N w. ex, ' f f , f , -'ly ,, X f In X W , , , ,, WW I 'X 42 Y. f f X 5 ffiwk ' 5 f, fe ggfitw-L na ry' ff wg? Qgcfw Wig gt. , i52xsf.'suH ' W y , PW fn ml y',,, ' f w , iff Wx" x. , , Q1 N wr :WM , ,f N Smog? 52" " , if Inf '- X" ff X X , , , gi? be .,,,, T ,,,, XX I S. ,f isugyfr X 44 ,M it , :,,, S Ng? we 1 F S: ..,. f faq, fiffyyw ,W ,M N 3 , f ' rw , 2 1. :S ffnww' ,, rg! N! f- we-5 104 Brenton, Ronnie Breshears, Warren Brewer, Donald Bricker, Thomas Bridge, Donna Brinkman, Bob Bristow, Sherry Brittain, William Broadwater, Jerry Brockman, ,lacquelyn Brockman, Ronnie Brown, Barbetta Brown, Bill Brown, Carol Brown, Cheryl Brown, Gary Brown, Cordon Brown, Jerry Brown, Judy Brown, Kathryn Brown, Patricia Brown, Patricia Broyles, John Bruns, Donald Bryan, Rebecca Buchan, Russell Buchanan, Bennion Buddemeyer, Helen Buell, Cinda f -f f ll ' 4-W as ' .1 W , f,,. X -7 -' ' 1 f4EE3E:E3::-EEE" ,,,,:,W. Class f PM W QM' 'Vu-f WN-if fvx'1l" 0 1965 V Jie., ,M 'iv VAL tK',: ., ,A ,-, fo it Burcham, Paul Burden, Don Burec, Helen Buress, Rozanna Burge, David Burger, Douglas Burlington, Rober Burnfm, Joyce Statistics prove that more junior mem- bers of Pep Club helped on Home- coming preparations than did sophomore members. Hmmmm. l wonder where they got those sta- tistics? Burns, David Bash Nancy Butler Patricia Butterbaugh Don Buzzan uz Byram Billy Byrd Hubert Cadwallader Paul Cam Candy Cain, Judy Cain William Caldwell, Karen Cale Sheryn Calliham, Carol Campbell Carol Campbell Marcia Campbell Shirley Cannon, Patricia Cannon, Sandra Cappo, Sharon Caraway, .loo 1,.....4.-...1...-....v....i..-V-.l-.. x X F N. Q 4752 Xi fgfxxxl 4 xx. fx We ,Ay x if XS ww X Q Wm U SFZ W . -isa? 55, . ,, F Mk-Y 105 106 ,wav ! 'avi' ' I f,w-'03, ,J-eff fl 3. 2 it CAM, ., , A . , .X.,, ,. , ,1 rs fr Try-outs for "The King and Ii' brought out many applicants. However, Carol Gibson and Sara Price were the only two juniors who were too bashful to watch themselves sing. Anyway, they were both too tall for the royal children. X 4 , X 1 'N W "" 8 V ' 'L f f X Z f Z f ff Ag i 4 'is' 'ii' AWK X 74 A-M7 -, ' rffln ' fx , va ,,,, egg. A ,I . J ' t H ' 'L J-71.1.21-,, 7 L ' ,uf Carlson, Charles Carlton, Bobbi Carlton, Sueann Carpenter, Amber Carpenter, Marie Carr, Larry Carroll, Steve Carter, Cindy Carter, James Cason, Harold Cassidy, Frances Caton, Doris Cavallaro, Frank fgwr Cavanaugh, William A 1.1, f" Chambers, Douglas V' Chambless, Martha Chaney, James Chapman, James Charles, Jeffrey Chester, Cindy Chester, Sharon Choate, Peggy Christensen, Chris Christenson, Larry Clapper, Larry Clark, James 4 W Af gf ,VW F , '. 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N A iff ,W if s has 5 X7' , ,. ,. .:,,:: , M 5 ,eva a, rs1af s r - - fa if ,f A, it Kai if : 4 x X 15? va xfw Q , , , X X, 4 f X ,s V3 N ' iii' , A X F QWQQKQQQQZ A V ,,.., , , .... ,N ag ,, awe 9 QQ. 515' ,' Qin f X 5 f , W I , ,QW f ' f " W X I , f X A ,X X, f fx , x Q5 Q1 sys - .,,A as , W , ' ii, ' 2 ,J f x xwf wavy? ' , A ' vi , ' wt ,, ,H I 4 . W' N 108 lm "al ' Cowles, Winifred Cox, Charles Cox, Donald E. Cox, Donald W. Cox, .lames Cox, Steven Craig, Wilbert Crawley, Ronald Creason, Kimberly A 1 x ' Creviston, Loranne ,,,W,,,t,,,X,.,,.3 , , ,V tv W . ,, 0 X mf f v X 'K 42 Crews, Linda Q. Crews, Patricia Crisp, Linda Crookshanks. Linda Crownhart, Kathleen Croy, Richard Cummings, Jay Cummings, Patrick Curtis, Robert Curtwright, Sandy Cuthbertson, Martha Dahlbo, Stephen Damanti, Michael Daniels, Ted Darnell, Louicia Davis, Cary Davis, Judith Davis, Linda Davis, Steve lass ' 52 2 ,am M-46 ? fi aa M , 5 .,.fa a Q? W W i W A ,,, V 'ef-Z. C7 1965 saw, -,,f...x fm ,. . M, L' - W ,,..,f 7Hwa...n.....-..,5Sfff,' u V . W an .Lvl W K L '1'iqmi -w ., tf.,a.T12XZ ., .-......l. W N.. H... ,,,,, M.. vw. - x 01-aan-fu, 'WPS wr- ,ww w f. -.-f-W, ,va .. 1- JTFQH D'X"'! S ,.....-'.f- ' ' 4 f I 1 fi f ,...! .. 'nw 7 is .ar '1"' One of the jollier tasks that falls to juniors is the one of cleaning up after the junior class play. This barefoot threesome seem to be enjoying themselves no end wading in the tempera waters in the patio. '44 Dawson, Herby Day, Cory Day, Lawrence DeCuer, Janet ZA' t DeForest, Laurence DeFreece. Carol Degginger, Susan Delaynes, Connie Delapp, Toni DeMasters, Douglas Devine, Gary Dibben, Ginger Dickens, Chrisandra Dickerson, Norman Dickson, Marilyn Diether, Kathleen Diller, Larry Dillingham, William Dingerson, Marilyn Doak, Stuart Doak, Vernon Dobberstine, Larry Dodd, .ludy Donaldson, Cary Donaldson, Howard Douglas, Neil Dow, Stephanie Dowell, Judy Downing, Norman I C4152 Z 1 1 z,,z ' X MQW swfxwyff w 1 , f I f f X 1,1 Q f f I! f If X yi! f ,f f , f X X f f g f W2 1,31 TY 725577 UV' -I' 1 . I .I ae fg 2,6416 Q. I y w as V . ,f H, f iv ,fy lf. 'wwf , ' i 1,-M W, ' 'X f f S A 4 sf l .aaa 8 1 gil l 6 X r, ,w : so X f s ,ji ' , , . t -'i WZ a l X f :yi A , . 4 ..,. + is Z 4 109 110 f ax, l , . Draper, Stephen Duane, Danny Dulligan, Beth Duncan, Bruce Duncan, Candi Duncan, Don Duncan, Mike Duncan, Sandi Dunn, Debby Dunning, Phyllis Durham, Margot Dwyer, Linda ? Dye, Marsha Dye, Robert Dyer, J im yi ifftja F, in ,f I ' l, Al l Eaglernan, Bev ff ' , Earls, Gary ,fr K Early, Jim f z , Easterday, Sherrie Eastin, P. D. Eaton, Kathleen M. f X f jf v 1 Eckhardt, Patricia 4 , i 'W' Edwards, Frank ' " f f ZA Za ,,,, f Z7 731 1 ' ' 'N Edwards, Phil V 4 Edwards, Janet X , , l , y 7 f Edwards, Sharon , , H Lllrott, Dee jg f Z f ' Elliott, Sharon Ellis, Phylis Engel, Roger Engelbert, Steven Enlow, Gale Essary, Judy X mffffw I Elliott, James 2 Elliott, Roger 5 1 S 5 7'-15 " H Estes, Steven gl : K 'A ,F WE? 4 l f f i, si MW 'WY Evans, Allen Evans, Chester Evans, Kathryn Fabac, William Fagan, Lillian Fain, Jeanne Fair, Ted Fariell, Phyllis Farmer, Linda Farrimond, Ronnie Fefel, Gary Ferguson, Connie Fleld Margaret Fields, Connie Finnell, Karen Fisher, Adrianna Fisher, Larry Fisher, Robert Fisher, Scott Fjoser, Stan Fleming, Frances Fletchall, Dennis Fletchall, Sherry Flood, Wanda Floyd, Rick Ford, Lowry F ord, Paula Forge, Carl Foster, Bob Foster, Irene F osteri Linda Foster, Lloyd 1 -e:- , q My .-if - . s 'E' W' N ., L.. ,X -ff ,- six fy s iz 15:24 i Qs if X S W l a MW S f O N f at X 0 x w 32 S 'Xe wx f i f X X X Q f X5 3 5 w f , N, - . 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'P x , ,.X fi, X7 Fox, Arthur Fox, Carolyn Fox, Sharon Franz, Doreen Freed, James Freeman, Robert French, Sandra Frogge, Wayne Fulk, Marcia Fuller, Jerry Gentzell, Robert Giambrone, Tony Gibson, Carol Gillispie, Joyce Gilstrap, Richard Gitt, Ginger Goodson, Sharon Furgerson, Stephanie Gordon, DOH Gabbert, Ronald Gaines, Jimmy Gallamore, Wayne Galle, Robert Gant, Denis Garrett, Diana Garrison, Mike Gates, Mike Gatewood, Robert Gensler, Edward Class J, X M VV X wwf so , f -Q A rX!,f2 F is l ao mt ., X 'wx ,- " -.-.- Y --, ' , , N 6 . bi Z' 'HL 1" v 1965 Graham, Opal Graham, Richard Graves, Harry Graves, Kathleen Gray, George Green, Carol Green, Dianne Greene, Gerald This Kuder cutie IS one of 1150 Juniors who got lost in a maze of rttle rectangles and numbers and filling in between the lines Sometimes you al most forget the question' Greenwood, Carol Greenwood, Winnie Gregory Bonnie Gregory Sharon Gremling, Llnda Grlggs Janette Guess, Karen Gurley, John Guthrie, Sharon Gutshall Redgle Guzley Ruth Hacker Brenda Hackett Ronald Haddix Gall Hagan, Lero Hagg Gregg Haines, Marion Hall Nena Hall Sheryl Hamersen, Carol Hamilton, Danny qgeer M WW f X FOV S7 6 X XA, 1 7 if X K Q Sw f X X N f ff Sw' ei f wp? 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' s W'i'f'sX 'V if fri M '11 E - 13 I W by W E W Hash, Mlchael , if 1 Ar Z1 fashion preview, junior models show that beautiful white Ha5ting5,B0nnie 1 ' 'f f - F H 1 gloves can be worn with any outfit. 2 i1 1 ,f 11, I 1 1 ' Q 1, P ,i iii i' W' if I N 11 1 11 N i. 1 5 K 5 1 rl 1 1 3 I 1 V Hammons, George Hatfield, Ina 1 ' Hinch, Marilyn Haug, Larry r 1 i - Hines, Kay W W as ' i i U ri: if 1 5 Q i1 I 1 i 1 i -wgrffjrwcgf -sifff' zap-ff fy .J A x11 11 , 1 .,.,3j Hamilton, Steve Hawk, Larry 5, ir 11 1 1 3 , Hand, Ginger Hawkins James -i .2 . v Mi ka ' "1 i 1 H W-l1- 1 i V i f reee HUCY, 1 lam ' 1 A - ,- - ' 1 I i 1 I A 1 A ii i 3 4 W ii I ' 1 ' " ' 5 il I 1 I: i i ' ' . 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GSW? f Ts5fN2filW f X .Wye r x YV 7 -. H .QNLEVQQ X gf on ' W - sx Ca V I , gf X f N of ,Q zzzz. ..---- S Q X sf Qi' f s , X 5 X Q, x f ef X 2 1 X X4 XE Q Q as raw: rica "ni ' fx vi ,wx ,, O -M f fra- 2' .,,fy ..,, 0 ,, X X f X if W Q l Q OZ gym X Xxx f y X. 1 ,, .Q Wi ' f gg zf Q 0 A : f X Y3:a,a:a:is::se::: f I f 4 fx , Q X35 1 f ? f if gk S X X.:.:f... f ' ' '7 5 f f Sfff' 52' QQ ,N A s. .... . - W Q-5. X ,X . ffl: A .. NW v Howard, Bryon Howard, Sherry Howe, Joellen Hoyt, Linda Huffaker, Gary Huffman, Van Hughes, Betty Hughes, Jean Hughs, Sherry Humar, Rudy Hunt, Barbara Hunter, Richard Hurst, Susan Hurtado, David Hylton, Gloria Hylton, Rick Isenhour, Carol Jackson, Linda Jackson, Mary A Jackson, Roger Jacob, Tom 1'1I'l Jenkins, Mike Jensen, Douglas Jensen, Wayne Jiahia, Frank Johnson, Charle Johnson, Jody Johnson, Kent Johnson, Phil Class S 5 MS V 1 A Vg . ., 7, J 1 f A Z f ,. X Z, 7 f 4 f f 0 f i if Z 4 f , Z ga 2 1 4 f ? if av ff, 1 f , gr' I 12 g 1 ,g , 7 i- 1 f X fx 3 5, 1 .1i -- f-il1,uSlfff4-L" Y 0 1965 if ,WA l 4 A, Kathy Evans, girl Stll- dent, ponders a mo- ment over her schol- arly pursuits. Jolnmon, bandy Johnson, Wayne Kagin, Mary Karns, John Kearns, Ken Kessee, Sherry Keller, Jeanne Kelley, Betty Kelly, George Kelly, Joyce Kemery, Kathy Kerr, Jeannie Kerr, Mickey Kessler, Linda Lee J ohnston, ,Jeanette Kidd, John Jones, J im Kieser, Gary Kindred, Linda Jones, Karen King, Conny Jones, lVlzirg:arct King, Steven Kirkland, Claire Joy, Dwight Kirkland, Clayton Jilstir-fplrliiif-1' Kirkpatrick, Tom Kittell, Vicky Iii' T 5 ,Q ,t b t , 51.5 7 " , - y M ages: .. X , ,K Q 5 Y i f ,,, ,J -f w A, , w 5, , ,C fa' 5 2 ' ' fi' Y? , ff , f if WW! y f ff ff f f 5 1 ff f f pf X ,X fry ., 4 f f we f f Y , ' X ir Q 1 W 0 f 1 Kg f X , fl! Z S f , 1 , N, W . S17 ., Q, Q fe Z H x xy w, X K fi? .,y , Xa. 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'V ,fs T' M 0 Nw. - 2 1 - , J, X .W , MR Klemme, Lorraine Klingler, Sandy Klipsch, Jean Knight, Mary Lou Knopf, Lin Knox, Mike Kovanik, Iris Kuhn, Steve Kuhns, John Kuykendall, Vic LaFollette, Wayne Lambert, Dennis Larnmy, Diane Lampkin, Donna Lance, Peggy Landenberger, Dw Landis, Elaine Lane, Karen Lane, Sherry Lappine, Sharon Lasater, Margi ayne Layne,'Ca rmalieta LeBlanc, Michele Lehman, Bill Leigh, Roger Leighton, Mike Lerning, Vera Leutz, Bill Leuty, Vickie Levine, Mike Liebsch,Jer1'y Liebsch, Larry Linder, Jerry Linelaery, Ruth Lippincott, Sandra -if 'ffl 2' 1 ,K : f ,L Q , if 7 A 4 f W-7,f , f 1 ,f f , , W M 1 i 4 ' Z Q , 0 ,,e ,Wi Eg 4- , YW ' . ,xy ui.. iv E ' , 7 ' , 'W ' ,xr ' i f ' 'ff V 2 za"-Z ,M ' 7 ,ff ,f 1 ,gf 'M Wf 1? '. W ff W4 9 r f ,UW , - 'ff H , N A 4. X V x W f if f X I L X, X H 1 Y f al L ,UQ 75 if Q, .. -w.,,,..... J A , .. - f." Y,.- fry, V V U ....-----.....----1 -.4-......---Q-qw--.---w ,.,..-,- , ' W. . V 5' ,gas 'flaw 4' Q ,f7 ' 3. ffl . v if ,k.Q if , , wufx VL '57 :la .. fv- y,. U, Q 1 s ' z- ,W 573 Jw Yi Livingston, Gayle Livingston, Guy Lloyd, Danny Loar, Kathy Lon, Jim Looman, Don McCann, Lanell McCart, Linda McCarty, Kathy lllcldarty, Linda lVIcCaslin, Gary McClaskey, Mike McCloud, oan McClure Davi McClure Larr Loiling Mike McClure, Sandy Loudon Judy McCorm1ck,J1m Love Linda Loyd Jimmie l unslord lucliard Lynch David 'Xlr Arthur Bolm Nld all letha McCormick Marilyn Ginger Stroh adver uses a sure fire way to pass a test ust pm the answers on your sweater Her eoiy that teacher ever looks 1n such an obvious place Phe only problem she says is that you have to know the questions in advance '..: ...lvl fl, .mix X 119 U, i J , 'd 1 Y I ' V ,, 5 V ,, . , . I , ' 5 Ilia? V' V ,fl f . . v' , ., J ' 1 5 ,fl th f is no , V l y C V ' , 7, 3,5 5, I 75 ,7 . . i I V' ' A .. Y if! 'ffm I f ' A Wm- M Mmm' ' -N,--,-,,.-.1..,, L- , VY?QT,,,,..p..-.,,,-,.,-..,---W V ' I , - .U .m-,..,..,..1w-.-f---,-..7....-:-yf.,...,,,.,?q--1, , - -anti A' A--- -1--'-fl -us- Mcffoy, Harriet McGowan, Lewis ' NlcCuekin, Steve McGuire, David McGuire, Rex McHenry, lane Melntyre, Fran McKinney, Cathy McKinney, Steven Y W McKisson, Charlene MCKOY, Larry McLain, Dan McLaughlin, Doug Martin, Kathy McNeil, Cheryl MacDonald, Gus MacDonald, Martin Macey, Larry Mackesty, Herbert Maddox, Judy Maddox, Marie 120 Magee,'1'eddi Mail, Bob Mahnberg, Hal Manton, Ronnie Marchetti, Janice Marks, Carl Martin, Doug Martin, Eric 1? ,I I ,Q W, J My i i f if , , A 2 f f ...,. if W ,f Class 0 H, .,r.t. - flirt i"" i . t Miller, Pain Martin, Larry Martin, Robert Martin, Susan Mathews, Ron Mathis, Linda Matthiesen, Barbara Maughmer, Julie Maurer, Gary 0 2 ff 4 ,rea f The juniors weren't alone in their daily trek to the Dagg campus and back to the main build- ing, many seniors complained of schedules with every other class at the Dagg building. ,lust like college, kids! Mays, Kathy Mead, Deanie Meek, Jean Meeker, LaVern Meier, Susan Mendenhall, Susan Meredith, Sharon Mesh, JoAnn Metzler, ,lim Michael, Terry Middleton, Jerry Middleton, Paul Miller, Carol Miller, Greg Miller, June Ming, Sheila Minter, Larry Mitchell, Carl Mitchell, Jo Anne Mitchell, Larry I 11 ,, 11 11 1 1' 1 2 111111 1 11, 11 , I11 1 1! 1 1 1 1 '1 11' 11 1 1 11 1, 1 :1 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 -11 1 ,TI 1 111 ix W1 " ,,1 11 11 1 111 1111, 1 1 11 13 111911 11? 'X 111111 1 1 1111111 N11111 1 111,1,'11 1,1 111 'F' ,:: ix W' 11 1111 '3'1 1 11 11111 1111i1111 1111111 11113 1 11,1 111211 115111 1111 11111 1111 111311 1 11 111 1 1 1,1 1 W1T 11111 111 11 41 1 1 1 122 111 X 2 1? ,.-' 2 a ry! UM, ZJNX2 QQ? sw, X KX 5 ,I ,E 1 X1 1 "" .1 "'.:.Q? g ': ,, ,1,1 ,A , 7,1 ff , ' f x f Tom Kirkpatrick and Jody Johnson . . . We don't know what they're doing, but they look sus- picious! Mitchell, Susan Moffet, Richard Mohler, Judy Montgomery, Ronnie Moore, Barbara Moore, Don Moore, John Moore, Shirley Moore, Terry Moore, Tim Moorehouse, Steve Morast, Henry Morehouse, Bev Moreno, Laura Moreno, Silverio Morgan, Ada Morgan, Jerry Morris, Janet Morris, Ron Morton, Beth Mosby, Lynn Moss, Gerald Moss, Jean Moxham, Tom Mueller, Mauni Mundorff, Paul ta 21 ., A f ff fffql ,,. W f X 571.1 11. A J a.. ff, , 15 ,I , y ffm!! i 4,4 3 VON ' 1 4, ' '- iff f ' ff? Mi an ,1 M2 fig? :f' I ,217 W V 1 KW A 1 G , iw , , 1 W 4. fx, Q fa -.4 X I S wh. .x., me ,Q l 1 1 Q ,f f x W! f -,Qgfi i J 2 X A' My Z f l 6 f 1 1 if gf , 3 ?fff X ff Q k f f Mundorff, Sam Muntz, Bonnie Murray, Cheryl Myers, Cathy Myers, Phil Myers, Ron Mynatt, Janet N adler, Bob Nance, Jean Neal, Jud Neill, Bob N elms, Toni Neuse, Cliff New, Carol Newton, Sue Nichols, Donrita Nickell, Avalon Nigro, Cindy Noonan, Jan Norfleet, Allen Norred, Johnny Norris, Joy Norris, Ronnie Nugent, Paul Oak, Johnie O'Banion, Judy Oberlag, Janus O'Dell, Mike O'Dell, Vicki Odor, Reta Olinger, Carolyn Olinger, Warren Olson, Nick Olson, Sue Osborn, Donald ' " yo I X, 4 N: 'QMS i -H32 W , Efgffbixf . Z -ff .11 123 124 Class Osborn, Larry Osborn,LiI1d8 Osborn, Patricia Osburn, Wendy Owens, Jeff Page, Gwen Page, Terry Parker, Donna Painter, Fred Painter, Mike Palmiter, Wayne Perkins, Ronnie Panter, Dave Perry, Dennis Papen, Larry Parker, Linda Perry, Larry Parks, George Peterson, Linn Parman, Marka Paulsell, Karen Peterzak, Steve Payne, Marcia Petras, Michael Payne, Ron PCHFSOU, CHTOIYU Phelps, Lorraine Pemberton, Larry Phelps, Terry Perkins, Greg 2 x S The NCKHS band, fea- turing many juniors, had a brisk march through downtown Kansas City as they played for the Ameri- can Royal parade. Phillippie, Carolyn Phillippie, Richard Phillips, Ethelyn Phillips, Wayne Pierce, Suzanne Pilant, Karen Pippin, Stan Platter, Sue 0 1965 Poindexter, ,ludy Poison, Chris Polson, Maureen Pope, Robert Poretta, Jim Porter, Beverly Porter, Carolyn Porter, Linda Praiswater, Sandy Pratt, Sharon Price, Sara Pritchard, Maggie Proctor, Carole Pruessner, Bev Pruessner, John Pruessner, Jeanne Pruitt, Jerry Pruitt, Lois Putnam, Laura Putthoff, Mary Pyle, Mark .ar .1 .-Q-..-.-v--..--wa-on , ,. WMA , , V A, ..v Quigley Betty Rabe, Chuck Rabeneck Ken Rive, Rose Mary Rice Stew, 1- ...L 5 1 .- 1 1 wwf rjfsdriy, i X 4 f N Z i i gf 0, , if U s . ,J ,. "Syl , 5- we "' X4 ,V riff 5:4 ,:..,:,. , ,f 5- g a g W., 4 g - X wwf WN ,! I , ti' ff 1. Ralston, Larry Ramey, Ken Ramsay, Dave Rardon, Sue Ratledge, Ed Raymer, Phyllis Raymond, Lila Rector, LaWanna Reed, Gary Reed, Randy Regan, ,lim Reinert, Bill Reinke, Judi Renfrow, Linda Reynolds, Connie Reynolds, Alan Reynolds, Sandra Rhoads, Randy Rich, Linda Richard, ,lay Richardson, Terry Rickerson, Mike Rickert, Bruce Ridder, Lavonne Rineh '4 rt, Suzanne Ritter, Barbara Rivera, Anthony Roadcap, Roger Robbins, Doneen Robbins, Chet R al' l--T111 -l.-... .1..-.ii- Roberts, Larry Rucker, Roberta Robertson, Larry Rukavina, Jack Rule, Karon Roczek, Wanda Rogers, Charlie Rush, Gary Russell, Richard Ryan, David Rogers, Doug Rogers, Cary Ryan, Gary St. John, Dave Sadler, Bob Rogers Kent Sahlberg Linda Rogers Robert Salyer Greg Rogers Wayne Rolfe Sharon Rose Roger Roudebush Bob Roulsten Patty Routh Shirley Sample Sharon See these Juniors See how they look and point Look Sandy look Point Marcia point 127 1111 111 I 11 11 111 11 E,, 1. 11 ' I 1 11' 1 1 11 ,1 11 11,111 11 11 131 1 11 1 11' 11 1.1 1 1 -1111, 1 111111 1 H1 11111 , 11111 1 1 1 1 1 , , 1 1 11 1 1 11x11 1111 1 1' 1l ll 11 1:11 11111 371111 1111, U1111 11 '1,1i ,Nw '1'11"11Q1 111. 1 1111111 1 11111111 1111'1, 111111 111 ,, 11111111 1 14111111 1111111111 1, 1111,, 111111 111111 151',5111 1111111 '111E1111" 111111111 111111111 111111 'l11l11 '51'11l1 :1 :1i11" ,141 1 1,11 ,11 ,1 11111 1111: 11111 111 1 '11 1' 12 1 f11 S11 1,1 1 1f111' 13111 ,,, 1 11 11, 1 1,1, 1 11 ,1,1 1 Z 2 i, ' 128 , iii f A W X it S Zfr C. aw fs 'Y 1 ' ,f f '..-'flax' . 7. muck. 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Q W V., 115 -' ff. 711 ,fi 2 -f fcz M: 71 ' ,ji 1 7 9 y , ,,, 1' W ,ff x ,511 5, f 1, , ,y I 7 1, 1 1,11 Sampson, Gail Sampson, Stanley Sanders, Joan Sandford, George Sauer, Jody Saunders, Richard Schaefer, Steve Schaeffer, Kathy Scharnhorst, Cynthia Schapeler, Darell Schram, John Schuermann, Cathy Scobee, Joanne Scoville, Karen Scruhy, Bill Seffens, Llnda Seim, Marvin Sellers, Steve Sells, Larry Senter, Steve Sevedge, Jim Sexton, Tonita Shackelford, Dar Sharp, Janice Sharp, Neal Sheehan, Terrie Shelnut, Wanda Shelton, Jack Shelton, Sandy yl 1 11 Class hd v1 wwf -suv,-1 ,E 2 E 1 1 i I1 1 I1 l 11 I R 1 M, we f af Wei in 1 ,,,,,, ,W ft I , 42 2 , , , M, f s,! t We by it 1. al-Shi v.: R ,, ,L mar .gg wwf! 0 1965 .vi We --, Shepard, Michael Sherbo, Kathy Shields, Karen Shippee, Lee Shockley, John Shook, Carolyn Shrock, Mary Shryack, George Don't say juniors donit like advanced algebra. From the looks of Gail Sampson, it is really a Hfunl' course! Sidden, Linda Sievers, Holly Sillett, Doug Simmons, Frank Simmons, Raymond Sims, J im Sims, Margaret Sires, Les Sissom, Mary Sivils, Ellen Skaggs, J an Smith, Charles Smith, David Smith, Diana Smith, Ed Smith, Florence Smith, Frank Smith, Gary L. Smith, Gary R. Smith Larry X 5 Smith, Linda fyffuxl , f W ' 4 XQXI i .,,, fxfxf af jf! Q1 f yi f fwx N I 4 X f,w M , fysx f f ff X Q ff XV haf ff X ff f ff! L.- iii , we fy M JW fff ff! f 129 ' Toni Nelms became a prominent member of the Junior Class by winning the lead in the second play of the season, '4The Bad Seedf' V - fff' fwie, .... if-sn i .. 2 jg ,.,, x .:,. A ri-'-' f fy 5 WEZEIEE, ,A :-4 x -- ,Q g : .- - -- if ,, ., fit 3- r s jf V g,, VZ: 4 N J JR K, J l r l 130 Smith, Marlene Smith, Patty Smitherman, Deloris Snavely, Linda Snell, Linda Snider, Frances Snow, Marty Sobotka, Vicki Sole, Jim Sowder, Mike Speaker, Bill Speer, John Spriester, Donna Spurgeon, Judy Spurgin, Pam Stamberger, John Stamper, Laymon Stark, J im Stegink, Arlis Steinmetz, Cheryl Stephenson, Sharron Stephenson, Steve Sterling, Stephanie Stevens, Danny Stevens, Jean Stevens, Mike A 'Q ,,-,f J w ,,,, 01? nf' VJ- ,, . .gg-.:7jM, V 1 i f A9 4 'I' 4' 7 7, f f X 4 ff f, , M 45. f x f C ,apr A , . 7 ,+ f is 'I -Q f ff L I '5 wx I ,QQ W ,.., I -: af ,A ,. ,,,,,,,,,,, 7 min' 19" 40:-:W 9' 'S i! ff Stevens, Opal Stevens, Sandy Stewart, J Stewart, Joyce Stocklm, Dennls Stockton, Frances Stout, Sharron Strang, Jess Summers, Sh1rley Sumptlon Ralph Swanson, Robert Swltzer, Kath Tarwater, Deanna Tarwater, Mlke Tatum ,lane Taylor Lou Taylor Terr Teague Andrea Teeter Tom Telford Sh1rley Streator,.laCk Tennlson Llnda Stroh, Gmger Terrell,l nda Strong Carl Studer, Chuck Suhlette Roberta Summers, Evelyn ...-.....---1-,............- Thackrey, bmger Thompson, Carol Thompson, Elven Thompson, Judy Thompson Kathy Thompson Lmda Thompson Ronme ............-- .ff- -..---.41 ...Ei ,ii-1 131 , ,-il .-.T-'S-A-f' " " A g A X . ,,,,, rs. 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Q-nv' I f '. ,,,., I I I 4, , ,, ,, ,, O RX W ,,.,- zss 0 1965 v9.1.- gi vvv' av 1 Mir u-w.,,,. 1 if The juniors have sold sweatshlrts, candy m blems, and play tlckets, but thls 15 the flrst tlme they have gone 1nto the handbag buslness VanHorn, D VanK1rk Karol Vantuyl ,la Vassar, Ehzabeth Vaughn Bob lautard, B111 V1ck Bud V1tt Cher1 Wages, Mary Waggener, Cindy Wagner, Susan Walsner Donna Wakefleld Peggy Walker, Angle Walker Kelth Wa111S, Car Walsman, John Ward Car Ware Nancy Ware Sh1r1e Warren Betty W8FI1Ck, Steve Watts, Lana Weatherly Larol Webster, B111 Webster, Dave Weller, Kay Wells, Karen Welsh Dana garnish K M V Y ,,,-. 1.. .,,, . ..., , ls ,. . ,-tina., at .jr X fx f W! x fit, fx, f 55' fi ff, fK4 fxf 2+ N' sf ,X X Qs 4 iw V X! fx? f XW S 1 WRX WWW X U X! ...um X fx JW 'Wx ' W7 me-if 133 Q wx N,,N 4, 5 1, ,Q 1 Q ,, V- , ,, , t- 'mx E: ' 5- Q -rx 1 I . f Q V, 4 X N 1 9 - 1 . R ,ly fl .A ,553 52, x . 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I f N.K.C. .................,............... 6 Southeast N.K.C. ........... ........... 1 8 Shawnee Mission East N.K.C. ........... ........... 1 8 Rockhurst N.K.C .........., ,..... 7 Center N.K.C. ........,.. ...... 6 William Chrisman N.K.C ........... ...... 6 Ruskin N.K.C ........... ...... 6 Wyandotte N.K.C. .........,. ...... 0 Raytown South N.K.C. ....i...... ........,,.. 0 St. Joe Central N.K.C ,..,....... ..........., l 4- Raytown Football 1963 HORNPIT SCHEDULE WON 7 LOST 3 140 ww'-'S Larry Megown Francis Galbraith Dan Devine Jr. Varsity Coach Head Coach Guest Speaker at Ronnie Bishop-S Manager 2 yr. letterman Robert Bird-Sr. Manager 2 yr. letterman Football Banquet Athletic Staff Leland 0,Dell Backfield Coach Y .lack Henry-Sr. Manager 2 yr. letterman Joe Crouthers Line Coach Z 3 Doug Campbell-Sr. Trainer 2 yr. letterman 141 . ., .. .....-.. , ............-f .-,..---c-.....--.......-. .,,.......... v .,...,,,... W. We et W ,y f, Gary Taney-Sr, Gary Corbett--Sr. All Conference All Conference Honorable Mention A11 District 2 yr. letterman 3 yr. letterman C0-Captain Co-Captain JP Q 51.1, z: ,V.- s 5 ,X ff 1255? w g we WN, f 142 at ,XL A ,W .. Q as M 41 ' ,QX-wr MWF L be mr . ,Q W ,mmf -X fad? fasifklfw' ff - Q, ,, ,f N v J it f Q Fl, N.K.C. 12 Southeast 6 The Hornets took the Knights by surprise with two first quarter touch- downs scored by junior Ron Farri- mond. Southeast then countered in the second quarter with its only score of the game. Highlights in- cluded a knife-like 45-yard punt re- turn by Gary Taney and the impor- tant downing of a 265-pound Knight tailback-tackle by John Mode-er and Phil Norredin the last quarter. f V f f, W 'WI I .vm T' fi' aw Ama 1 'WWW U 11 1 1. ,f W' 7 I I4 1 f ' 1 u 4 M s f x ,ff f sl' . wg-' f vf.',5.-1 245.-'Z 4 21? lg 1 f f Mi M H! 5 'QS ' ff! s N. N city, the t had the of g bacl- Corl wen 2 gi ,S Q K 'Qgwgg we-fast !""'ill""xYV 17" R., im"-af Ron Acord-Sr. All Conference 2 yr. letterman Co-Captain i N.K.C. 0 Shawnee-Mission East 18 N.K.C., ranked Number One in the city, bowed to Shawnee-Mission East in the second game of the season. Northtown had its moments, making headway with the ball in the second half, as a result of good performances shown by offensive backs Jay Cain and Cary Taney. Gary Corbett, Bill Connely, and Ron Acord were outstanding defenders. 2? X f 1 X ff "i Q , Xagyiww f Bill Connely-Sr. All Conference 2 yr. lettemian Co-Captain Jay Cain--Sr. All Conference All District Honorable Mention 3 yr. letterman is 1? f V' "r?J,!i AW X my M Q f f M xv 4 144 N.K.C. 0 Rockhurst 18 ln the second loss of the season, Northtown's Hor- nets were baffled by Rockhurst. While the offense failed to score, the Hornet defense held the Hawklets' powerful offense to one touchdown in each of three successive quarters. BIllBakCf S Charles Bramble S All Conference Honorable MCHKIOH 2 yr letterrnan 2 yr letterman f .y 4 'T ,fa 1 1. UC 1' o .,, ,.-f Zil- .ffl J fl ' - r. - r. ,Z - . ' il il If 7 '4 W : X V. 1' 2 f u 3, nr . ll - ' ,g ' -' fy , 1 I ' Q A ? .J ,iff , A 3 Q .tf- ' . . Y ff A Vx Jw if 5 1 ,d K A4 -5 ff ,K K 'u x . I x 9 E 1 '-l l 1 A X: , gym ,, K X f Z3 s ? , 4 f C 59, ,v Q ts ff S ff' 1 t 4' ff-6 1.39 I . , " ,Ai if if Z4 " ,. ' f -- ,A .rw-gp Q !l.!!!'4Sl1lvkFlll' - F' diifn' ::g:5z.-fzriunnnn -z fI!!2.....::::isin - f'-I nnniungsssus.-ualzessr' .1 . nv. xmaiiiiiiii'iiii'si!!- VII ill 4 nm-:hangin Q-, -'f.::.2:::L:-e-1:12- --....: nrt! rr zu I Q 'K tx, 'I v: Hr v""7gf' J' wM"" 1-,5.f'3,4al", JL .,?n1,j""'-wil" lim Bryant-Sr. All Conference Honorable Mention 2 yr. letterman N.K.C. 13 Center 7 ln the first conference game of the season, the Hornets rolled over the Yellow Jackets as Cary Taney and Phil Norred smashed over the goal line for touchdowns. Center penetrated into Hornet territory only once, to make their only tally of the game. lu.. 1 if M 1401 v Nl,t4Qs AV fren , I f U W, ,. 2, , . A f x X we " X W , X f A fa if w X N Q, f Q7 , W dl 1 X 1 X 7 ,, ,. fwfr, ws Dan Harris-Sr. 2 yr. letterman Phil Norred-Sr. 2 yr. letterman 145 l l 1 1 t 1 w I s I -.--W , l Mike Sweatman--Sr. All Conference Honorable Mention 2 yr. letterman 1 4 4 w I 1 i 9 i l is l l r P . pl if I 1 146 John Modeer-Sr. 2 yr. letterman -4 Q N.K.C. 19 William Chrisman 6 4 North Kansas City jolted Chrisman for a second Wo conference win. The Hornets were headed by Gary 1 Taney, who sparked the rout with his 67-yard touch- down in the first quarter. Jay Cain drove six yards for a second 6 points and Gary Corbett capped the scoring early in the second half with a brilliant 37-yard jaunt. The Bears forced their one retaliation in the last quarter. Dick Hensley-Sr. 2 yr. letterman 4' Be: l. 'v f ,. ,, Y '11 li Q' ' . .pt uhm- ...n- 1 x A br 1:9 .352 ,sa r - rw , Se s is 5625? x Sf? Q. X E? 2 MX images -at, d ly h- Jr lg lt. lr H' " fi ' if , 'ii A fi If 2 'f Q40 4 77 H1 l f f ,VZ 4W3'iVWWL,!iusx'M9uas 'VWDNNXQX iv, K, ,, Nw, y . M -, Woody RCif1t.le5-S13 Tony BRINGS-JR Mike Alderson-J r. 1 yr. letterman 1 yr. letterman 1 yr, letterman Ben Buchanan-.l r. 1 yr. letterman N.K.C. 24 ' Ruskin 6 On the muddy Ruskin field, the Hornets downed their third conference foe. Gary Taney scored three touchdowns, two on passes from Jay Cain and one on a 35-yard lateral play. Phil Norred also ran 4 yards for a tally in the first quarter. The Golden Eagles scored in the second quarter, but they could not keep pace with N.K.C. 147 148 WW, f M Y Y 9 W, fm, , , 2 f , 'F g X Sf W 1 f . 'M Q ' 1 ' ' 1 ,, X. - ff NW ' is I 1 wi ' z f 1 t A ,V Sf, , At ff, f, J im Stark--J r. 1 yr. letterman Mickey Kerr-.l r. 1 yr. letterman N.K.C. 13 Wyandotte 6 Northtown's record moved to 5-2 as Gary Corbett led the offense to 2 touchdowns. Corbett also made the outstanding defensive play of the game when he stopped the Bulldogs' last-minute effort to tie the game. He scored on a 38-yard dash and a drive from the l yard line, climaxing Chris Christensen-J r. 1 yr. letterman Stan Pippin-.l r. 1 yr. letterman a thrilling and victorious homecoming. E 2 Frew 1 Y Ha 1 'Ur :Winn 41 rl if UVM me II 'if' .f ' , . ffl -Q3 Q l f yn :wg f f f X of 'Md Y ,A l . . 1 x X - . 4 51 P1 .fx W' is .3 .2-f 1 X 9 Fred Painter-Jr. 49 4 .Z 'gig 5'2:?? gf I '13, jf"'Illx - 1 "'f! Q -1.45-' as--.. WW' N.K.C. l9 Raytown South 0 North Kansas City became assured of a share of the Suburban Six championship with the crush- ing defeat of Raytown South. The Hornets' total yardage amounted to 358 yards. The three touch- downs were scored by Phil Norred, Jay Cain, and Cary Taney respectively. Penalties and fumbles were the only things that kept the Hornets from making the Cardinals' loss more severe. Chet Robbins-J r. 1 yr. letterman 150 Rick Phillipie-Jr. 1 yr. letterman -.fy . il: I - lv N.K.C. 35 St. Joseph Central 0 With a perfect balance of offense and defense N.K.C. stung the Indians. All the Hornet touch- downs came on runs. Phil Norred started the scoring race in the first quarter with a l yard plungeg lay Cain carried over from the 3g Tony Barnes raced 37 yards to score on a false puntg Cary Taney sprinted in from the l4 yard lineg and Woody Reintjes rammed over from the 5. St. Joe failed to score. Jerry Fuller-J r. Mike Levine-I r. 1 YF- ICUCITIIHH Provisional letterman ha J il 5 H p.,.. vffj. X ' P 1 b - - - - - - . ,.-.-,-----,-t.f..-...,,....-0.-.w...,,,-,,.......4-.,...,-..-,......,-.,.-........,,,v,.,-.-.-4..-.....-5.-rw-he---Au J.,- -l-f-- .111 - --,Y - ,- - N K C 0 Raytown 14 N K C tled for lst place w1th Wllham Chrls man 1n the Suburban SIX Conference by losmg the last game of the season to the Bluejays of Raytown At the end of the 3rd quarter, nerther team had scored but durmg the last 8 mmutes of the game Raytown scored two touchdowns The two talhes and thelr successful extra pomts com ?v. Greg Miller-J r Provisional Letterman Walt tlll next year' 1 4 f rg X' Q blned for the loss John Shockley J Provlslonal letterman .4 151 K . x gk fx fx N xy? iw' an I f . . . . . . . 1 - . . . H . . ,, . ' I'. , 4 ff as 7 ,ff ' ,: Z! x if f 6 6 ' ,f' 4 , ' , ,' 1 - 1 ff , Q, 2 ,f ' yy i rf, 1' V , Q C V A r' - l M -D .-4,,, , ,.... .....4---N -Zi-iz!--if , A at-.V -,W-U --H 152 Row 1: Terry Michael, Ed Gensler, Mike Levine, Dennis Perry, Mickey Kerr. Jim Sims, Frank Simmons, Robert Sadler, Gary Earls, Bob Roudebush, Greg Perkins, Jay Cummings. Row 2: Jerry Fuller, Wayne Palmiter, James Bent, Greg Miller, Howard Donaldson, Archie Thornton, John Spear, Joe Caraway, P. D. N .K.C N.K.C N.K.C N .K.C N .K.C N .K.C N.K.C N.K.C. N.K.C. Eastin, Charles Cox, Charles Rogers, Joel Womack, George Bowen. Row 3: Tom Jacob, Mike Alderson, Chet Robbins, John Shockley, Norman Downing, Frank Jiabia, Bill Block, Ken Hegland, Gary Fefel, Paul McKinney, Larry Diller, Rick Phillippie. Row 4: Coach Joe Crouthers, Coach Larry Megown. Varsity Reserves Won 6 Lost 1 Tied 2 Southeast 6 0 Shawnee Mission East 0 Rockhurst 0 6 Center William Chrisman 12 Ruskin 6 Raytown 12 Raytown South 7 St. Joseph Central Strong Reserve defense holds opponent's yardage to a minimum. M4 3 J 4 4 42. , Z 2 f f J A 2 X K K ff E Row Row Jim , N.K. NK. N.K.i N.K. N...., -e or ' C M W u r --.,..............,,.. 1' " r"""' ' "' - A , Bowen. Jckley, . Gary ow 4 : lTl. Row I: Ross Smith, 1 year, ,lim Robinson, 1 year, Co-Captain, Terry Stewart, 2 years, Co-Captain, Gary Foerschler, 1 year, Bob Huesgen. Row 2: Bill Lentz, 1 year, Jeff Herter, provisional letterman, Jerry Moss, 1 year, Chris Polson, 1 year. Row 3: Corky Adair, 1 year, jim Stewart, 1 year, Don VanHorn, 1 year. E i l I I l N.K.C i N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C. 2 Cross-Countr rd Southeast Tri-Meet gt Quad Meet st All City Meet nd William Chrisman Dual Meet Won 2 Lost 2 District llth 53 TSL6 K l--i 153 , . 41----W f , ,- ,, ?..........--------- - - -+ - , ,-. .A,..,...-.,............. ...........f....--- ,. , iify 1 ' i i ii Q , f H I E fy 1 sy 'ii Sw v'l lil, if fi l , M -M Il lim alia Iwi N1 5s I in Al I 1 i I 1 ,i l ,,1 6, in ul F i4 'l 1 ,WI J 'z i 3 g A ' 4 I My ull' L lllai lil? i Q fill. ii -N! mi i img 1 yi ' a Y 1 EQML M134 if WU J w it I W W 6:1 lil iw ii i'Bn ir if i 31 il ip ls fl ,i i ll' ,, I if 1 i , 'i iw W l 'N K i F wi v I 1 1 5 , 44-4. 154 Basketball N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C: Won 15 1fQfQIQf 45 Lost 9 64 Kansas City Central 33 Northeast 69 Lillis 53 Rockhurst 44 Hogan 60 Liberty 55 Pem Day 54 Raytown 43 Center 62 Lee's Summit 46 Raytown 39 William Chrisman 66 Ruskin Shawnee Mission West St. Joseph Central 47 Raytown South 61 Center 55 85 50 Raytown 43 William Chrisman 68 Ruskin 59 Raytown South 55 Liberty Northeast 83 Manual ne. Q-NV 'V-M.. KW W1 My f' z 1 i 1 I I i 1 1 Q I i U 12 U H lx 156 Dave May-Sr. 2 Year Letterman All Conference All District, Honorable Mention Co-Captain N.K.C. 53 Kansas City Central 64 Northtown kept up with the first-ranked Central Eagles during the first half but failed to keep pace with them during the last half of the opening game of the season. High scorer for the Hornets was Butch Long with 16 points. N.K.C. 47 Northeast 33 Starting slow with a one-point deficit.at the half, Northtown caught fire in the fourth quarter, doubling Northeastis 11-point output, and ran off with a victory on its home court. Clarence Hagstrom led the field by scoring 14 points, while Butch Long pulled down 16 rebounds for the Hornets. mp, 'N J ay Cain-Sr. 2 Year Letterman All Conference, 2nd Team N? 1' 5 W an .9,,Q. ' sf-12 l , .Os Qt tg , .. Y. was --, il'-4 . h AH. H- i H - -il . l.1, 12' V - -- -f mf- - f. 1 M--W - Y--H ---4-fm 'W'-"---N1-'-----.-u,-ge-nf-w.,.,..-q-a,.,...,-Q....,-,,....,.-...-,,-,, Q ,,,,,,,......... 4.-sms 0 W . 9 06 Whose hands. Whose baske . Gus Ventura S 1 Year Letterman Butch Long Sr 2 Year Letterman All Conference Honorable Mentlon Co Captam N K L TAKES TOURNEY In the fourteenth annual NKC Inv1tat1onal Tour nament Northtown won three consecutrve games to cap ture the tltle The Hornets galned a posltlon 1n the seml flnals by defeatlng L1ll1s 1n the flrst game W1nn1ng thelr second Dame of the tourney the Hornets swept to the frnals to meet Hooan for the crown Gettlng a fast start N K C raced to a 64 to 411- po1nt vlctory to take thelr fourth champronshxp rn the hlstory of the tourna ment N K L 66 Llberty 60 The Hornets boosted thelr record to 51 by takmg a v1ctory over the Llberty Blue Jays They were sparked Y Y N K C ralsed thelr Clty ratmg to seventh place 157 Q f If Y 4 O' I f Q 'S 5 Q 8 A Y fa ti? 1 I'. b Ja Cain who was the high scorer with 19 points. t 158 Dave May tries to get a shot off. John Modeer-Sr X fl! -' Clarence Hagstrom-Sr. 2 Year Letterman All Conference, 2nd Team All District, Honorable Mention 2 Yeaf Letterman' HORNETS CAPTURE THIRD In the first game of the Rockhurst Invitational Tour- nament, the Pem-Day Raiders came from behind in the last quarter to make the score 55-52 and defeat the Hornets. N.K.C. then went on to beat Raytown 68-54' and take third place in the tourney. N.K.C. 42 Center 11-3 Starting slow, the Hornets were not quite able to overcome the early Yellowjacket lead in the first con- ference game of the year. Despite the fact that the Hornets lagged in field goals and rebounds, a late two- minute bid brought them within l point of Center. N.K.C. 52 Leeis Summit 62 The Tigers of Leeis Summit outscored the Hornets in a hot third quarter and didnit relinquish their lead. Clarence Hagstrom led the N.K.C. team in the scoring department with 15 points. A futile last quarter full court press applied by the Hornets failed to pick up any ground. -4-. --. ....1.-.....-...,...--.a....,......----,.......4..---Q- ' '-"'1"- W'W'W"W1""1f'?1- m 11?-if-.,,. -if Y.. Ak W- M M..---VI! r . ..-...w:W-- V .z.,,, 1' .,,,..,,.,:.-,,.., Mwwzwzl , Cary Corbett Sr Seven come eleven' 2 Year Letterman N.K.C. 55 Raytown 46 North Kansas City outscored the Bluejays 19-8 in the third quarter to take a Suburban Six basketball vic- tory. lay Cain, the top scorer, placed 8 of his 17 points on the board in this period. Although Raytown out rebounded N.K.C. 38 to 29, they couldnlt make up for NOTtlltONVIliS offensive skill. N.K.C. 40 William Chrisman 39 ln conference play, the Hornets raised their record to 2-l by edging the Chrisman Bears in a tight duel. A Chrisman stall was foiled by Clarence Hagstrom, who stole the ball with 4 seconds left in the game and scored the winning points. N.K.C. 59 Ruskin 66 Northtown dropped a conference contest on their own court as the hustling Ruskin Eagles scored on 5490 of their field goal attempts. The real battle was between Dave: May, who scored l7 points. and Huskinls 6 foot 5 inch center. The Hornets led in rebounds but were not successful in shooting down the Eagles with the use of a full court press in the last quarter. . . Kent Matthews-S l Year Letterman , n11fi- 159 160 N.K.C. 73 Shawnee Mission West 85 The Shawnee Mission Vikings, taking the initiative, accumulated a 13-point lead by half time. Although the Hornets out-shot the Vikings in the second half, they failed to surmount the wide margin. Dave May was the top scorer on the Hornet team with 25 points. N.K.C. 61 St. Joseph Central 50 Several timely steals by Clarence Hagstrom and Jay Cain gave Northtown a quick lead in the first quar- ter. In the second period the Hornets threw up a well- played delay which limited Central to a single field goal in the quarter. ,lay Cain was high scorer with a total of 15 points. Terry Michaels-Jr. 1 Year Letterman Charles Mori-Sr. 1 Year Letterman '05 in All eyes on the Hornets. Q... N.K.C. 60 Raytown South 47 After building a strong lead, the Hornets were almost caught by a Cardinal surge before an inspired fast-break attack took hold of the situation to hand Raytown South a defeat. This evenly- matched contest gave N.K.C. another Suburban Six victory. N.K.C. 50 Center 61 Northtown held a slim lead only once in the game as they fell victim to the Number One-ranked Center Yellowjackets in Suburban Six play. Clarence Hagstrom proved to be the Hornet's biggest threat, racking up 7 field goals and a total of 17 points. The Hornet's conference mark moved to an even 3-3. N.K.C. 67 Raytown 55 John Modeer led the Northtown hustlers to a conference win over the Bluejays as he connected with 14 points. The Hornets led throughout the game with a steady stream of points in all four quarters. This win boosted the record for the Hornets to 11 wins and 7 losses. fre ft it Greg Miller goes up for a high ball! I .345 if f33 --I W .r . sv ' 1 .z , , k A Clark Ferguson Head Varsity Coach Hornet Coaches inspire their N.K.C. 55 William Chrisman 43 The balanced effort of scoring and rebounding by the Hornets gave the Chrisman Bears their sec- ond defeat of the season from Northtown. Clarence Hagstrom led the scoring with 20 points. The de- feat of the Bears brought the Northtown conference standing to 5 wins as opposed to 3 losses. N.K.C. 64 Ruskin 68 Northtown found themselves with an ll-point deficit at the halfg but with the efforts of Dave May who scored 24 of his 27 points in the second half, they tied Ruskin at the end of the fourth quarter. In the resultingiovertime, N.K.C. scored only 2 points while Ruskin hit the nets for 6. 162 Charles Cottingham Varsity Reserve Coach A N.K. sparl- year. Conf but Nort' were berth ment for f came over early gamf place fl '11 Jack Henry Sr Henry Guggenmos Sr Doug Campbell S 2 Years Manager 2 Years Statistician Trainer teams to a successful season. N.K.C. 67 Raytown South 59 Dave May racked up 22 points and lil rebounds to spark the Hornets in their final conference game of the year. They held onto third place in the Suburban Six Conference by keeping their lead over the Cardinals all but one time during the game. Acting as captain of Northtown, Gus Ventura scored 9 points, all of which were in the first half. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT A victory over the Liberty Bluejays gave N.K.C. a berth in the semi-finals of the Class L Regional Tourna- ment that was held in the NKCHS fieldhouse. Contention for first place and a possible trip to the state tournament varnc to the Hornets as they pulled out a tight victory over Northeast in the semi-finals. Manual gained an early lf-acl over Northtown and held it throughout the game. thus handing the Hornets a loss and the second 1 'arte position in the tourney. Co-ordinated Corbett creeps craftily. 163 164 -1 Row 1: Stan Pippin, Dave Ramsay, Mike Bray, Larry Sells, ridge, Steve Estes, Larry Robertson, Jim Stark, Gary Reed, Jim Dyer, Jim Sims, Mickey Kerr, and Tom Jacob. Row 2: and Jeff Herter, Mr. Cottingham, Wayne Frogge, Dee Elliott, Kent Brecken- Varsity Reserve Wayne Frogge and Jim Stark in a joint effort to keep the ball out of the hands of the opposing team. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C. N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C. Won 14' f ran Lost 2 Northeast Central Liberty Center Lee's Summit Raytown Williarri Chrisman Ruskin Shawnee Mission YV:-:st St. Joe Central Raytown South Center Raytown William Chrisman Ruskin Raytown South P ed, West Wrestlmg Caly Earls wrestlmg manager The 6n 64 season brought Northtown the1r most suecessful wrestlmg team lfl the hlstory of the school W1th the exceptlonal gmdance of Coach Crouthers frlghtl and asslstant Coach Nlassengale lleftl the team came hack from the state tournament Wlfh a '3rcl place trophy -F' l 165 O Y l 2 at , l 7 7 'I 7 ' 1 ' 1 'l ' , 7 , . 1 . X I ,--1-r-M '- aff, -- .. ,.-,.-.,.,,g.,,.,.,,1,,?..,.-i...,,.Q-i, -1--l-wi1-f--- - ifaiizwq- ,V J-L-int, ,,,,.,,, ,.,, , Y " M fy f I lfx x , w f fu N f swf f y f G Q , W4 f XT Q Huy f i 55" r- , I, , , ZW f , v ff 2 ff X ff . a , , ,.A,,.. ., .. ..-.- ,.,,. ..-v..-...,f.. - .... -,,?:-.3--,--,. ....-.-.W ' f --f - fa...---... .,.,.-2-..... ...,.-.-.... .-4-ffm...-.-....-l . . ,.,.-,,. nv. ...., H xdversary. 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Schedule Leavenworth St. Pius X Raytown South Raytown Liberty St. Pius X Excelsior Springs Greenfield, Iowa Raytown South Leavenworth Excelsior Springs Liberty 6th North Kansas City Tournament lst 7th District Tournament lst State Tournament 3rd I-Strom Larry Harris Joel Hleney Jim Tfllhlaf man 1 year letterman 1 year letterman 2 year letterman lst place district 3rd place state champ Co Captain lst place d1str1ct 3rd place state TITISH Dave Willis l year letterman ll 2nd flare state Co 1' aptam Mike Sweatman Rudy Fanska 1 ,Par letterman 1 year letterman 4th place state -F3 Gary Taney 1 year letterman The coach watches with mtense anticipation 167 l l ,H l l l 4 l ! f . 3 5 5 l w . . i Y . . V . . . i igtrjq-L lst lace district 2nd-place district 1St Place district I , V- i ' - ,-gs--1 N V V Y b V I an may AW-.N ,,.....,,,....,.-.-...... .. 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WW ,,, 22' ,4-, Wfamw ,J ww f P , r 'nrmances YYP' vw .fu Y ,,.-,J sn ' x 7 x 'X 'L Tiff. x :ZX 0. 3, ' 2 ,133 2 , ,ef,.- W, W- My w f f 'U - ' Q N f U .5 s V 1 ,f Z X ., 1 Q Aasul I f , , , Q. . , , 4,4 f f ' f 1 V. 74 " ,. f . ,4..,fffwf? ,,L, 1 !71 , K ,L,Q . .sy 4 .gs 1... vm sk' , X 62411 Wildernesslg' As the workmen were putting the finishing touches on the newly renovated theater, the members of the Ah, Wildernessf cast were putting the final scenes of their play together. It was a close race, but when the curtain rose on October 17, both theater and performance won the approval of the audience. This comedy by Eugene O'Neill came to life once more on the Northtown stage with its effective setting, designed by Dawn Valenti and Margaret Price, and the original lighting effects by Louis Schaeffer. Telling the story of a boy's first taste of an adult world, the play featured Dick Carrothers in the role of Richard, and Harrison Holm and Bea Colville in the roles of his understanding parents. Steve YVardrum's portrayal of Uncle Sid brought laugh after laugh from an enthusiastic audience. Barbara Berquist tells of her loves gone-by to a sympathetic Bea Colville. F wg X 7. , fe Mirror mirror on the wall, is Steve Wardrum fairest of them all? The cast of Ah, Wilderness! consisted of Harrison Holm, Bea Colville, Guy Livingston, Dick Carrothers, Donna Bybel, Pat Crownhart, Steve Dahlbo, Steve War- drum, Barbara Berquist, Chet Robbins, Linda Reed, Linda Snell, W. D. Dilworth, and Judy Lowe. Miss Joanne Smith and Miss Mildred Fulton directed the play. fiizlt ' 2 f ' f A ,W V, A gf it M W ' V 1" , H 74 f, f X . 1, ca f A Q, if 5 1 , ' 1 A L ff Y if 5'-If i' f .Wada W , fav- few, X Y: Dick Carrothers talks to Daddy, Harrison Holm, about the facts of life. Dick Carrothers and Linda Reed relax between scenes. 173 174 Diane McGuckin as Christine. ,www After giving Rhoda sleeping pills, 66The Bad Seed" uWhat will you give me for a basket of kisses? I'll give you a basket of hugsfi created a violent impact of shock and incredulity as the final curtain drew on a successful performance of The Bad Seed. This drama presented as a money raising project by the junior class, dealt movingly with the conflict of heredity versus environment. Captivated audiences watched Rhoda. a deceptively angelic little girl with a sadistic second side, plan two murders . . . proving Maxwell Anderson's theory that heredity is stronger than environment. The audience was further entangled in the web of the play by Diane McGuckin,s performance as Christine. Toni Nelms played the part of the deceptive child murderess. Ck Rl Cc Cl M E1 Le M Rf M M Ri sg,,sN X pins, Christine calmly reads her a bedtime story. 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Q Sm Anna, played by Barbara Berquist, begins her work in the classroom in Siam by 'Lgetting to know" the children. 66The King and In Both Artistic and Financial Success 176 A crowd of over 1700 Northtowners packed the auditorium three nights, Feb- ruary 13, 14, and 15, to see the drama and music departments combined into a thrillingly beautiful production of '4The King and I." This combined effort was probably the most ambitious undertak- ing in the history of the school. The story of Anna Leonowens, an English school-mistress who comes to Siam to tutor the royal children of the king and becomes involved in the court of His Majesty provided the audiences with many highlights, both musically and dramatically. Barbara Berquist, a beau- tiful Anna, and Bob Boydston, a bril- liant King, found their frequent clashes inevitable, especially concerning slav- ery. But, upon deciding to return to England, Anna had a sudden change of heart, when, on the day of her depar- ture, the King died. xers 'eh- ima ,o a Fhe was :ak- llhe ,ish to md His fith ind au- ril - hes av- to 1 of var- 2"'i aff. C . X s s ,.:z,. F af 1 Q bint N 1 1 . msg. -- ' , f . k ' ,f' xif3"22m V tm 1 f ff:,e..,, ,M , ? S X R f 6 ' i y ew x... , fs 3 Bea Colville, as Lady Thiang, gives a disapproving glance to Tuptlm. The King, Bob Boydston, strides across the stage in nothing less than kingly fashion. Donna Byhel, as Topsy, in the Small House of Uncle Thomas ballet, provided laughs f0r U16 occasion. 177 559: -JVM The Siamese children listen intently as "Mrs, Anna" tells them of the world outside Siam. 66The King and Ii' aptwates an vcrflowing Audience. This two-act play, including over 80 performers, and 30 crew members, proved to be truly Wonderful theater. The support- ing cast included Bea Colville, Bob Hues- gen, Sherry Fletchall, Steve Wardrum, Jim Jenkins, Rick Swetnam, Jim lVIcCurdy, .lohn Oak, Mike Floberg, Fred Chatlos, and Patti Diehl. The Princess and Prin- cesses, played by children from Vlfinwood and Norclay Schools, added much to the enchantment and Warmth of the presenta- tion. The cast also owes much to the 32- piece orchestra which provided the elabo- rate musical arrangements. Tuptim and Lun Tha "Kiss in a Shadow." 'ff x 'hiv bel Bei Ho Thi scc otl' pei Na dar This Rodgers and Hammerstein musical could not have been the success it was without the cooperation and help of Miss Fulton, Mr. Bird, Mr. Robertson, Mrs. Beigel, Mr. Lemons, Miss Beery, Mrs. Lynch, Miss Horton, and Miss Ronilou Beery from Winwood School. They put in many hours of hard work with the music, scenery, rehearsing, costumes, supervision, and many other chores that had to be done before the three performances could actually be presented. er 80 roved sport- Hues- drum, lurdy, natlos, Prin- iwood to the -:SC1'lt8.- ie 32- -elabo- "Shall We Dance?" Nancy Ogilvie, a royal dancing tree. ,Q Shall I tell You What I Think of You? ' bf.-M ' The March of the Siamese Children ends at their father's dais. 179 .Ioyous Christmas carols resounded throughout the fleldhouse as well as the hearts of inspired Hornets. A variety of different speakers and per- formances added spice to the daily routine this year through our assemblies. The student body was introduced to the A.F.S. students, the efforts of the dramatic and music depart- ments were enjoyed, candidates for Home- coming, Coronation, and Sweetheart Ball were announced, and our athletes were recog- nized. Miss Diane Rowan told us of her har- rowing experiences in Africa and our cheer- leaders were challenged by several groups for the honor of their positions. Our assem- blies this year have proved to be both enjoy- able and educational. ,i r 'T Si! lhe Roaches mvade N K C.H S Mrs W1ll13mS demonstrates Bend and Stretch to an aud1ence of Do Bee Hornets W W 1 1 lg W: ,I . V- V -,mv V' -1, ,, ,,, ..,, 5.4-4---4, V ff ---'- ,-i - f, ' A ' " ' I W ' y I V wh Wf W W4 J' 1 V WNW WWWWWW .W'i WWWWW , WWW IWWW 'WW NW J 4 Wi! 3 1 ,' ,IW 1 W N i W W , WW g WWW W WW: W 'WW W W Liu WWW W WW W WWW W W F WW Wil W WW Z Q f if W ,Z wi 2 8 Z Z N 7 .2 WW v f I , 5 5 1-W ZW .,f--gx,.e- K., . -'-1 W ' W X vkifx 2 ffm A V: :.:L:..LL,4. ,,..,,, .- ..-A iv, 5-2.5: Q-1:,.. ' X --- ny: . A ,X X , .-X. --,, .Q ga...- NV1. ---:'.QI'gsf-.:. sf. ' N-i'-pf-uf . - ,- .-1 Egfr.- , A-x .. ..-,., l. v . 1. w.- 40.-' fa f " -'fi Q.1'z2..5:V -' - K . 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Y V- -jr--,f '-'43 g 'L' - iw ' 3? , ,. 1 1 .. , 1-',f-,,, ff 1 .f I , .':3-G 1 f ff 1- , f x 4 x W , N N l W b r I ' 1 M, Vice-President Ken Baughman ' f , sw 0 X f s e W - Q ig, X X S9 X X Q P , X- ff of X H W A Secretary Treasurer Billie Phillips Roger Grawe 184 4 5,4.,wf-'.,f1a,i.,, 1 7- ff -- - Y . - Y -- Y f., Y - I ,X ' f f ff Student Council President Don Sellers X w l 5. X? Es, f1,:1Eh,:.iZ,i:- I R yf W X N f X g X 0 X W 5 ff X 5 3 X 5 , -Z , Q is ,W W rr,, f X W ,ggi fa' ,. X X Q Q W ss X Xi X X X E ,fs Z S 0 K X I s ww s ow N X Sgt.-at-arms Gary Taney X K x X, rvwxg.. S X 1 ' f5 f X 4, N XX fxx X fl f ii 1 8 13 X5 r V f X N14 Chaplain Bob Hodge an pu pr ca su in Ql W KW f ffl Y x ,ifwf President Don Sellers lb p16SIdll Student LOUYlCll IS the nucleus for all other clubs and act1v1t1es It meets once every other week for the pulpose of actlnff as a XOILC of the student body Several projects for tlns school ytar ture pamtmof the trash cans sponsorlnv a student exchanve wlth Shawnee M15 s1on Fast Collectlnff money for Umted Funds, and most lmportant of all I'31S1Ilg the money for the A F S students M .........-... 1...- over a regular bl1S1llCSb meeting 1:-3' the f0llDf'll ,fif- 'lelry Younghanz helps paint the trash cans Robert Hodge collects for Umted Funds, one of the many actlvltles of a ,11- 185 " - -'- - f - - - . Y l . A -V Wm-M Y--Mm - "- i Y. -i-4-LT, ,g,,, Y Y H -Y - W W... ,A Q : saw I . - -.-- Q r ' It .lt its -. , a n W.. .H 5 , 4 I I . KX A - A aft 1 ft , B? u Y I , fl XX V , sl ' Y af M ' 7 , . . ,,-,..4wh- il 4 X K . ff 4 K' is .mv V k : , ff, x , F fig 4 , ' off , . . N . . . . . . . . L O A V L 1 0 . . 1 V J . . - zz . . I . ' .. . . D O n J n 1 ' V . . . . ffggffcf , 4 ff' ti , 1 ' ' , 7 ,' , ?Nf'i',7 7 fm X 'f ' ' ' M , 4 M V l f. , I 6' The officers: Vice-President, Elaine Murrayg Secretary, Linda Snowg Historian, Diana Palmquistg Sgt.-at-Arms, Nancy Ogilvieg Treasurer, Cheryl Collmsg President, Cheryl Cain. Pep lub This year Pep Club was larger than it has ever been with a membership of nearly 400. Pep Club promotes interest at each athletic event and decorates the bulletin boards with appropriate and witty phrases and art work before each game. Outside the school, it performs a community service by helping with charity drives. The year ended with a banquet at which the new officers were installed. Z1 1 f 1 fr F r f X 1 7 f 4 fk 'A 5 32 f KK W f f ff S' ax f F Q X i Xi x f 5, ' ffifx if . -, -, ' ' ' rom xANsAs cur PUILIC SCHOOLS BUS N164 L, i sri l'w'i V L 'gtg i X.-fr H 186 3 Bus load of girls embark to an away game at Raytown. 6, 953. C41 .Q 'V 'Y 'S If 1 G , , li' O han of rest the and ach s a ith a ASIC Q Q J 0 X , M-K A x .,., W . C ,::..,,Q, 1,A. X., K , ,. E Effie? 1 f . was W ren . ff xi e wig Q .x ' J fre-4-R .,.+ ' .U"r':" 'Q 'L gs , su. N SX- , . -xg Z' " r X, Pep Club helps to start the game by singing the L'Star Spangled Banner." lzlnly J Wall 1 E1Hl'Hl . 1 fe I. 1 i ll, ,. H, !5'ilgl3 'lil'9 5 lwlfflll ll lv 1 e i "gl : QQ fl, il illrPff1Wiff fllfllfi 's lil " if? f fffjll The membership of the Pep Club meet in the auditorium to discuss plans and receive assign- ments for the forthcoming game. linda Wilson does a take-off on Coach Ferguson 187 0' W Q' W W4 Z -W ,gg-,at VM: f 794 Ssmitgg W ' Q Wgx liii fs mi , KWWL ,Q-Wm :X X' V' ,QW n YW Qi" f ,A "OK Vex 1 S0446 : JLf..wg sw f avghsgi' fw:,i""' Q' .Z ' X' f-X Q' , Tl J ,+.,,'?fl?ff2E, 4 I Y .X rl at ,M h . Billie Phillips Marian Stout Susan Wagner Sandy Stevens Ruth Cuzley 0 Varslt Cheerleaders Ofgaf schoc If you attended any of the l-lornetls games, you 213113 might have heard these familiar words: Hllqiglit 'em Hor- I nets, fight ,emg fight 'em Hornets, fight lem? They pfoje came from the l963-64 varsity cheerleaders. These girls Uclfel had the job of cheering our team on to victory. knovx ond 1 tion Nancy Long Gayle Bradfield S My 1 2 rift - T 1 7? 3 ,. tai - wg, If, 9411 'if ' Y" Tz 'Z . z ,N .:,,152'p f 1, t:2:i.:,,:Z?4w' JV, , mf any vic .,,., :Og fig We as ,V ,gy-'J'..' ,, y The "Rooftop Singers" entertained nearly 1,300 people. .I TS you Hor- They girls The Key Club is an all-male international service organization, dedicated to rendering service to students, school, and community. Only boys with an NH' grade average are considered for membership. The club meets each week to listen to informative programs and plan projects. Some of this year's projects include taking tickets and selling popcorn at all athletic events, spon- soring a dance, holding a car Wash, and supporting the AA. F. S. by sponsoring a Hootenanny with the nationally known dRooftop Singersf, The club also enjoyed its sec- ond charter banquet and sent eleven boys to the conven- tion in St. Louis. eld V4 ,Q , 14 Burl Vick helps other members to uproot the victory bell for repair, Dick Brown makes a sale. K e y C l u b Officers are Senior Director, Steve Wardrumg Junior Director, Bud Vick, President, Ken Baughmang Vice-President, Bob Hodgeg Secretary, Arthur Hudkins: Treasurer. Roger Grawe: Historian, Ed Scott. :JUHJT LAXSA3 CYTY lfy MGH SCHOOL I rev ima ,M y. 'fr-f .r i W ' ww fwmmeawmtsm' 'r ff ,,., , ,,,,ffqQ Q - .. V FV ' X Y j W , , f fi ..,-V. ' ,f t :,.,,a.,:.a.,Y, 4, -' -A an ., " 5' .,,, --A" .. , an 2 , M X- ffwuwf, N x KN 8 K Many games were played by members at the Valentine party. Furthering a better understanding with our southern neighbors is expressed by the clubls motto, uHands across the the border." This year's meetings were filled with fun in the form of speakers, parties, movies, with the year being highlighted by the annual Spanish Club banquet where the new officers were installed. This year's officers are Benny Buchanan, Parliamentariang Cheryl Collins, Vice-President, Carol Keller, Presidentg Gustavo Ventura, Sgt. at Armsg Rochelle Listrom, Sec- retaryg and Greg Overstreet, Treasurer. T 'QT wilt K . ' ' I Q 1 f f 1 . V W ,, , , .' .ff , ..,,,.-. A ,i,- ,, a--rf' W 1 ,,.-41' 'Y it Juthern L4Hands e filled :s, with ah Club And let us never forget the most important business . . . refreshments. French lub The primary function of French Club is to better acquaint the French students with the customs of France. After the formal initiation there was a full year of activities-they had a carnival, sponsored a dance, had speakers, and a film to raise funds for a trip planned this summer to go to New Orleans. The officers are Ed Scott, Presidentg Lou Schaeffer, Vice-Presidentg David Wells, Treasurerg Barbara Berquist, Secretaryg and Suzanne Matthews, Historian. i. This ntariang :sidentg m, Sec- - David Wells is shown counting votes on a proposed motion. 19! 1...Q.4Fif V L f- ' - Ni of bo mfs thu Ca ga Katy Holmes, Gayle Bradfield, and Sandi Hunt making Christmas baskets for needy children as one of Y-Teens is sponsored by the YMCA for teenage girls. It helps the members strive to grow as a persong to grow in friendship with all nations, creeds, and na- tionalitiesg and to grow in knowledge and love of God. N The club this year has made baskets for needy children, sponsored the programs for the World Week of Prayer and Lenten Services, published the Buzz Book, held a Variety Show, and had a big success with the. annual Sweetheart Ball. S Officers are: Barbara Adkins, President, Linda Snow, Vice- President, Donna Bybel, Secretary, Billie Phillips, Treas- Ufefi Nancy Long 81 Pat Cook, Co-Historians. l l Marian Stout attempts to survive a judo demonstra- l tion. -ff 192 x N as R 1, - teenage L person, , and na- s of God. children, nf Prayer A -l0YlIll lull in a H1Y meeting. o H L- Y Hi-Y is composed of Christian boys who in helping others create a high standard of Christian fellowship. These boys served both their school and the community through the support of the United Fund Campaign. This club is a world-Wide or- ganization sponsored by the YMCA. Officers: Steve Wolverton, Presidentg J im Taylor, Vice-President, Jim Fisher, Secretaryg Ron Acord, Treasurerg and Bill Daniels, Chaplain. Chess Club The main goal of Chess Club is to pro- mote interest in playing chess. All those k, held a le. annual M2 ,f V .gf , f , 3 'W ' ,MW wi Chess commands clear, close concentration. of , WA lf Q 9 A Mc X X ff W 1 , , y V ,yfmfffvf 71 fs A ,ff who wish to play and those wanting to learn obtain instructions. The club is unique in that it has no officers, dues, or rules to follow. Itis purely personal en- joyment. 3 if ' Russian Club Russian Club was organized for the purpose of furthering the knowledge of its members with the customs of Russia and to familiarize them with the language of the people. This year was high- lighted by a movie pertaining to Russian people. The club also had many speakers throughout the year. Officers: Ilyse Sauer, President, Lorna Stevens, Vice- Presidentg Beverly Balagna, Secretary-Treasurer, Dennis Lambert, Sergeant-at-Arms. 1 94 President Rochelle Listrom, second on the stairs, poses with -several of the other officers before a meeting. German lub The aim of German Club is to become acquainted with Germany, its customs and ways of life. This year's activities include watching slides of Berlin and movies of Munich and Hudleburg, learning native folk dances like the HSchuhplattler," hearing Roger Grawe speak of Germany. Mr. Henderson prepares a film to show the members. I' Mrs poli i X f as 0 l tz V i with :quainted dis year's d movies lk dances speak of P' ,Y ,Mfg sk . 5 s .. .z,.-:Us N Y A i,lN,j,,,.t?3 ,FSB if ,. 1,5 A. . ,T .A X ,, we iam., K we . X 'Q 'X X-GAS '59 , '--, in is L 2 A S . w Political Science lub Mristsarah Snow, Democratic committeewoman, speaks to the club on a woman's place in po IIICS. I Sponsored by Mr. Charles Broomfield, Politi- cal Science Club affords a sounding board -for Northtown's politically minded students. The group discusses controversial issues and listens to area political figures on such subjects as the E-Tax, prayer in public schools, and wornan's suffrage. The highlight of the year was sponsoring student candidates to High School day at Kansas City, Mis- souri, City Hall. rembers. r A 7-sf' f Officers: Arthur Hudkins, President, Barbara Berquist, .Parliamen- tariang Suzanne Matthews, Secretary-Treasurer? and Chfls Herrmg, W X , Wx ' ' VlCG-llflffwlfltillt. , I 'W Y 195 J up in af X g 4 Q We ,, Ky s Q " QQ f Jerry Vaughn tries to figure out whatls going on. Barbara Ferguson looks as if she is not sure if that is a '95 good idea. The officers are President, Barbara Fergusong Vice-Presi- dent, Ed Scotty Secretary, Pat Massey fnot pictured! with Forest Philpott as interimg Treasurer, Mary Fieldg Sgt. at Arms, Dick Chandler. odern Music Masters The goal of Modern Music Masters is to promote a greater interest in both vocal and instrumental music. Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship and talent, and they must pass an examination and perform for the club. They are then members of this national organization and strive to bring good music to the school. MM .J ,L t,e, ,4 RQ 2 my 5, -335 1-" atwnal ICC PFCSI red! wlth i Sgt at US t8 TS lsters 1S th Vocal chosen ent, and perform nbers of to brlng Offlcers are recorder Dawn Valentl treasurer Margartt Prlce secretary Barbara Berqulst VlC8pI'CS1dCIlI Steve Wardrum presldent D1ck Carrothers The Nauonal Thesplan SOC1Cty 1S an honorary dra matlcs club for students who have accumulated flfteen polnts by partlclpatlng 1n school dramatlc events The purpose of the OI'gHH1Z3t1Ol'l IS to further dramatlcs 1n h1Uh school Members ald 1n play productlons and ra1se money to buy needed stage equlpment Chet R0bb1I1S and Dlane MCCUCk1H practlce for a tournament Thesplan Soclety ......,.....-,................-,. -..a...... .... .,.......... .............----,.,.........4.---Q f ,535 4 ' N ,gi---V 197 Steve Wardrum and Reed Black, playing the two shepherds in "Aria de Capof, plead with W. D. Dilworth, Tragedy, for more time to learn their parts. Speech - Dramatics Each year Northtown's speech and dramatics depart- ments send students to ten or fifteen speech-debate dramatics tournaments. This year the participants in individual and debate events, coached by Miss Mildred Fulton and Miss Mabel Hale, were very successful and is ,4 W, , ff . , M, 1, f f CZQAW4 , f M. AN1 N N , , Wall , mgj A A A 5 ,, W U Mm As the classic Pierrot in "Aria,,' Dick Carrothers consoles his lover Columbine, played by Linda Reed. Debate Tournaments brought home many trophies. The one-act play, nAria da Capof, also had a very successful season. starting at the University of Missouri at Kansas City tournament by receiving an Mlfxcellenti' rating. Miss Hale, Miss Fulton and several of the students who help to win this year's trophies. '62-S' 917 3 V-se E347 X ing L., A-"1 5. Guang, w.,.,.u consoles IS 'TLS lay Aria starting at nament by wma, Offlcers are president Roger Grawe vice president Arthur Hudkins secretary Linda Reed treasurer Mike Messmer atwnal Forenslc League National Forensic League encourages ac- tivities to promote speaking ability and lead- ership. To join this national honor organiza- tion, one must accumulate twenty-five points through interscholastic speech or debate com- petition. Each year the club sponsors an invi- tational tournament for about twenty schools and sends entrants to similar tournaments throughout the Missouri-Kansas area. Fourth-year debator Skip Spletstoser cross-questions Reed Black in a practice debate. 199 - 200 Pep Band Pep Band consists of chosen musicians who cheer us with music at our basketball games. They also join in with Pep Club lo cheer our team to victory. They wear special uniforms of white sweaters with purplel letters. 4 cheer so join . They purplel lim Creighton Drum Major BCUY NiCh0lS Sandy Klmgler Mary Drum Major and M ajorettes Oftentimes neglected are the drum major and majorettes who contribute a great deal to school spirit. These students are selected at the beginning of the year by the hand director, Mr. Robertson, on their baton skill and marching ability. Sheila Ming Head Majorette Hixson I mda Crisp inw QW W, ', '!K,1yff4i-- -fa .ff'x.S7 L ef Becky Taylor listens intently at F.H.A. meeting. Future Homemalcers 0 America Future l-lomemakers of America is designed for those girls who wish to become good hornemakers and those who plan to major in home economics. This year among many projects, the club had a large Christmas party, and many helpful speakers at their monthly meetings. ,paul if ' nur' i X 1 A iZQ5E'IEl: Of 5, x ' pw ,, S HRW wi Officers are: President, Joy James fnot shownlg Vice Presi- dent, Judy Harold, Secretary, Pam Foley, Treasurer, Sharon Rileyg Publicity, Becky Taylorg Historian, Jackie Landallg Reporter, Lois Fullerton. Sharon Riley and other future homemakers enjoy the Christmas 4'spirits" at the Cluh's annual party. 4 Q? TS E erica who akers Jr in mong ad a many nthly 4 A, M ag y 'Z y the W ' 2, 5 K 3 i we W5 an W-we r K s gli Z 1 Officers are: Pam Foley, Presidentg Louis LaFon, Vice- Presidentg Linda Edwardson, Treasurerg Barbara Bradley, Secretaryg .ludy Harold, Historian. 705 4 if iyi hx ff ry Judy Harold pays strict attention f?D to Lois LaFon's report. ez-W-W M We nfs Q :5-iffggi President Foley presides. Future urses' lub Future Nurses, Club is designed for those girls who are interested in the medical field and wish to learn the opportunities available for them. These girls see many interesting films, tour hospitals, and have speakers discuss their professions to the members. Many of the girls gain actual experience by working as volunteer aids in surrounding hospitals. This club gives a great insight to the girls inopening the doors of the nurs- ing field. Mr and Mrs. Grawe register at Open House. Future Business Leaders 0 America Future Business Leaders of America is a club for business students who are interested in achieving business leadership in different occupational goals. This year was highlighted by a trip to the North Kansas City Bank and to llalhnark Cards to see business in action. The club helped a needy family at Christ- mas, sponsored a successful dance for A.F.S., handled the annual Noma spelling and arithmetic tests, registered parents at open house, and fhushed out the year widi a banquet at the l3olden Buffet. thos Thi: hos of ff for an last QC. Cl s of siness d in lp in This trip Bank see club hrist- ance nual etic open year Jlden Y JT Mrs..Kretz was the featured speaker for one of the meetings and told of the counseling program in the schools. Future Teachers 0 America Future Teachers of America is designed for those students interested in the teaching profession. This year they had many interesting speakers, were host on College Night, and as a special project offered their services to the teachers of a school for the mentally retarded children. This gave them an experience of one phase of teaching. Their last big highlight of the year was a pizza party. 9191111 new-I ---- It wonit be long before they will be on the other sid acq and 4 U 6 206 WV' cience Club Science Club was organized to give llll eiested students an opportunity to carry their scientific zeal past the normal classwork. There are two functioning components of the organization-The Astronomy section, which has been given complete access to the Park College Observatoryg and a section devoted to the growing of crystals, an idea given to several students as a result of seeing a film on this subject in the physics classes. Efficacious experiments elicit eager expressions. Off Vic Tre eiested ientific re two n-The implete and a an idea eeing a Junior Achievement The purpose of Junior Achievement is to acquaint students with the fundamentals of the business world. This is done through the existence of mock corporations where the students make and sell their own products. wrimzi-wwf Guilt? t12lMl'1lN?lfi ,Motif Tom Jones and other achievers plan their corporations' tactics and sales techniques for the coming year. Bea Colville talks of the 5,000 companies in J. A. .git Artisfs Apprentices 5 . . Q Artist's Apprentices was organized to give ,ag members a chance to appreciate and understand a E Z wide variety of art forms. This year the group l discussed exhibits shown at the Nelson Art Gallery, careers in art, and famous artists. l 1 it E i i i A I l z l s ' . , 'md , Officers are: Barbara Berquist, Presldentg Nancy Ogllvle, 5 '71 Vice-Presidcntg Lois Hatcher, Secretary: K2lIhY L03-ff Tmimnm' The attraction at this meeting were slides on Van Gogh. F T ff-M' irls' Athletic Assocmtwn The Girls' Athletic Association is designed for Owkwiww' .. I ir lt 208 those girls who are interested in sports. The club promotes the spirit of sportsmanship in such sports as field hockey, basketball, volleyball, softball, badminton, archery, and other sports. This year was highlighted by the student-faculty basketball game before the student body. The year ends with these worthy receiving letters and pins they have achieved throughout the year. Officers: Susan Hixson, Presidentg Darla Taylor, Vice- Presidentg Sue Ehret, Secretary, Cheryl Edmonds, Treas- urerg Joyce Barnes, Sports Managerg Judy Hunt, Sergeant- at-Armsg Kathy Ross, Chaplain, Jennifer Anderson, His- torian. XX ., or -ub rts ll, ar ll th ve CC' 35- nt- IS' - i l Officers are: Gary Taney, Presidentg John Modeer, Vice-Presidentg Kent Mathews Secretaryg Mike Sweatman, President Gary Taney presides over an attentive lettermen's club. , Sergeant-at-Arms. lub N Club's membership is composed of those boys who have shown their athletic abilities by lettering in one or more school sports. This year the boys, proudly garbed in their letter jackets, have not only sponsored two needyd families at Christmas, but have also volunteered their athletic capabilities for the annual junior class student faculty basketball game. Gary Corbett looks pleased with his team. 209 Q ,f 1, fri YQ? 12 uzz Staff 5 A F Co-Editors Dyanne Shipman and Tom Holloway make some last minute improvements at the Dispatch office. 210 Keeping abreast with the many news stories around North Kansas City High School was the major task of the members of the Hornefs Buzz staff this year. The responsibility of seeing that assignments were made and deadlines were met fell to a new sponsor, Mr. Ron Merrell. Due to the rising cost of newspaper publication, several issues of the Buzz had only four pages in place of the more familiar eight pages. Hard-working staff members cov- ered every phase of school life, and learned the methods of good journalism as well. Every other Friday, after the Buzz was delivered, and the staff returned to the Dagg building, a huge sigh of relief could be heard from the windows of their second floor news room. Rr' RRY ci i wma. 3 NM. 4, , 'H' -of he z,.N..., +1 . . M me " QQ-'W--fo...-. ' ww " .1 6 fwmwuf- Ning 'Y ' j uf 4 Wig? e ii l 1 5 '54 mn, Q - x on X 3 a-Jw! - - ff' Nurvgw.. M X .X,., , W 5 'K I' , ,qwmtd f- . . ' A X M" . ,.x. ' V Y V , MM. M. f .X X.: , W xr -.nu-up W X. I ' Mx 1- f mx:-::w,,,N,.....W,f1:fy.,w:.o Q, I Y iff u-u-.YS-T-L'J'iI2 'ffl few Q-Qx Q,f R Q 4 f , ' 2 1IF"""'-1' The inside story of the yearls events. 'I' b ,Q-ff M,,,,,f - Beth Dulljggn, Bea Colville, and Doug McLaughlin-Buzz photographers, take time Qul ro practice their photograpl1iC SkillS- Carols, Routh and Keller, prepare copy for a Buzz deadline. 211 4-.Qt li Purgold taff This yearis Purgold Staff composed of 22 seniors planned frantically for the publication of the 1964 Purgold from Valentine's Day, 1963, when they were chosen, to the mid-March publica- tion deadline. ln December, the staff interrupted yearbook planning to co-ordinate and decorate for their annual Coronation Ball in honor of the yearbook queen and her attendants. After all the copy had been sent to the publishing company, the staff sold plastic covers and made final plans for the distribution of the book. Sponsor Mr. Leimkuhler scrutinizes pictures and layouts for the best possible selection. Holme if, 32' maker X ' AAO? fx X, N ,J Mzgi . tc 5, me is uf, .gm ii -s S, is , . ,, Lol ve for Robert Bird knocks out sports copy. -nP""', 1 W l Phyllis Bowman and Janet Schindler lay out the Faculty and Cur- riculum section. fy v ,MWF ' 9 , , f, , -WM Q EWG!! ,,i ' X X' -of Qi ii Lorna Stevens delivers a. notice of 530' rzeptanfff tu brother Mike who Zlpplled for next yeari staff. l l l l 4 l The Junior and Senior sections committee begin work on the Senior Information Directory. li e yWw"':'lf' fn 3 We I Dick Carrothers, Pat Cook, ancl Leanne MSYCT keep i active by working on the Activities section of the Pnrgold. 5, 213 ,J x ..-W. K 2 . ,Sf , , f4,-: ,k ,ff X 'X G! i . ..,...,: .. 6 uf' ' 7 4 7 X X I Ns f 1 s W Y X' Q y f' ,Qfilf - xzyfff ' ,mwfir . --aff 3 . f 'I x. f 1 1 J f 1 I. 7. P I, .gf Jf-Lf: '11 ,, -r ,.- ,., 1 f L I f s f x ljf g I 7? I ,v ,. 1, 1 x. -.Y.., .. 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U I gli Fl' O f, II I I I I Pseudo-queen candidates at the assembly duel to the bitter end in the I funny skit presented by the Pep Club. f-YM.. an "-R The 1963 Homecoming festivities opened October 24, with an assembly honoring the football team and the seven Homecoming Queen candidates. This was also the big day for seven beautiful and charming girls from Hornetville, because one was to become their Homecoming Queen. After this Hornetville sequence, came the moment for the presentation of the 1963 Homecoming. candidates of N.K.C.H.S. and their escorts. These seven honored girls then presented each of the football players with a traditional good luclc charm. The mood was set for the big night, October 25, when some lucky girl would be crowned Homecoming Queen and one football team would reign Winner of the game. Linda Snow. lIilIllEll00lIS iillll IIII, IIilI'l'Lllf 11 I I I "On Mt I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I X '2 -if it is f my M,-is 1 2622 Q 74 't f x I f. as V I C W f y X Once upon a time in the land of l-lornetville li Muscles Murray." Vg, Z f 4 4 y ved a very masculine king. Homecoming Assembl Obviously she wasn't thc winner either! Seven honored candidates and their escorts are presented to the student hody. NANCY 63? 22 awmwnwf WWAMW W f A eff' LUE l i - rw. P i l l 5 i it L' .l 1 1 r i 4 IM n l l i l if i l x 1 lr il 1 1 That Happy Moment K-m f ' fi Finally the great night arrived, the half-time cere- monies began. While the band and Pep Club marched onto the field, seven shivering girls escorted by their fathers approached the float. Then, after much waiting and wishing, the announce- ment was heard . . . '6Your 1963 Homecoming Queen . . . Miss Billie Phillips." The 1962 Homecoming Queen, Miss Janet Buckley then crowned the new Queen as Don Sellers, Student Council President, kissed the Queen. Qn behalf of the Student Council, the Queen re- ceived a charm and a bracelet at the dance. Each of the candidates was also presented a charm signifying their honor. r l x., xt A- , -Y , . . ., I ,. A .,v, H ,,VA ...--., ..,.L.:... Mr A . V - V - YY- - - , W - ' --- ,,-, ,. . , , ,H ,Q ,M V .V - , . g -...L....,.. v-Y...'f4, ---.V 7-1 ,.,,n,,'.A.Vn, ir 75 ,V YM? 42Q! h If J rf 'Qc K aM ,VX ere- hed meir lce- een een, Jon re- the neir vlnww-"m"'?Y' 1963 Hmnpeconzing ueen .'.",.f-',',, v . ' ,,, -. . . 4.:f.'- YA, I W7Q an , , .K:'Li?x5'fQ.Nwp'Pf5,4i'rri'2l: MISS CINDY SHARP MISS SHANNON SERRILL MISS MARIAN STOUT My 1 If? 0 T ,QW ff m, f W nf We . W, , 1. 4 I U 222 ,sin-vf4"""'e L ISVA A.,4u. 3 ypdwmfm, 1 ? ! W f as 2 Ei X OF CA ELUT , ' ' 2 'W A 9 - 1' 'f H 'Q W , A -f ,, A , 4' , ,.f""""' V I ' Way, V7 :if L, , ,H MISS BARBARA FERGUSON MISS GAYLE BRADFIELD MISS NANCY LONG .f ,- fx ,g,,fp Sv-- uffvwj X Tx-1, 1 ,.7L,n-1' f J 1 " fb If , , ,fy ' , ,. f 5 ,fl A , k 1 Trl, wr! K JJ! I , I .,.,, .. ,.,f ,-f' f A A 7' f .f ,'f72:.f' ...I M ,1 , 1,4 ,,-M, V I!,L,Lfw..f1.,,f , -f M - I ' X f' ' ,' , M if ,if lf if L f 4 f ,ff xf ,f ,f . V, Y! A ,xy .f 1.1-,f f ,X -1-, ,wif-f My 1 V , A G , J Xl f' , 5' 77 T f" , . H" f W f" ,Aff .: '.f LQ-9 -.f"-ff"Vfaf'f- ff Q7' Wifi VV V, W fy ,QV I f 4, QQIQ Ap If ff, ,, 1 V Jw, up , N ,K . Sf , V7 ,J , , ,' ff 1 Q4ff:fX,fg,f:f:4f f ALM ' f 'S -M A ig ,ff 1 f I 3 A I , ,-J -V ivy G! 'f V M 1 L .K "'- 223 J ft PUHGOLD SALES AND CORONATION BALL PROGRESS The moment of the big announcement arrived. it Sixty senior girls waited hreathlessly lo hear the names of the l964i Purgold candidates. For thc lucky seven, it was the start of the most hectic week in their lives. Each of the candidates cam- paigned, solicited, lost sleep, and together. sold over 1500 Purgolds. Four of the lucky seven shake hands and come out fighting. Cheryl Cain cons Mr. L. into buying a yearbook. Linda Snow almost swallowed her bubble gum when she heard her name read. xxx fl ,QW ,, ,, Mary Fit fingernai Pu prepara were dr and api WVCTC GV i E Q Pat Cr of der-c at tapi' rrived. ear the 'or the hectic s cam- r, sold wok. Ma Fields shows Dana Hendrix the new ZIPPY SPEEDO way to remove TY fingernail polish as they try to get the tape off. Purgold staff members worked for weeks in preparation for the l96iL Coronation Ball. Animals were drawn, painted, and cutg trees were unloaded and Hplantedn in the bleachersg and brick walls Patty Cook 'caught in the act of hold- ing up a wall. Barbara Ferguson isnlt really that happy working on the dance decorationsg she just likes to smile and show off her 351,000 worth of dental work. were even rnortared together. 'fav Pat 'V r"n.".'rtMrrt and 'loin Holloway join Phi? full Ui' f1ffwt,qft2:utg ighft iill'ifillUllS6 hy trying their hand at taping up rfxti fil'HlSl'IU?1S trees. fic. The final touch had been put on the decorations as the evening of December 22 drew near. A huge crowd turned out on this cool, crisp night for enjoyable dancing in the "Enchanted Forestf' Northtown Strutters 'strut" again. 6 Q i! ' 4 will 'W Y Hal Broadwater and Donna Tweeddale make a wish before entering the Enchanted Forest. I' 1 il r Sir s 1 . 5: 1 ,Q , A . Q , . a , S l '1::',,, fb X X 1:35, A, make a SI. , X Z, xf ,K , X L I 'Il V152 R , url "K A H li 3 gl il 5 Q 5 aw 4 ' 'e 5 mx ffv 5. 9 1 ff! fu iQ f f l , ff ' , 3' I . .A iqpy jf ,X 7,6 ,, 4 Ha in ,gg 5 ., ,li f. QF xi S' CAM , 1-:ff ' NY' f 'PIL QSM ., , . , A Princess Linda Gensler and Bill Connely take a stroll through the L1sten, Dlck, they re playmg our song. Enchanted Forest. V 4 f mf M , WW ' ,f l ,1 x ii? , 4 .1 My 1 228 The 1964 Purgold Queen is . . . Miss Cheryl Cain! This simple sentence produced one of the most exciting and happy moments in Cheryl Cain's life. Excitement glowed from her face as Barbara Be-rquist, co-editor of the Purgold, presented Cheryl with a dozen red roses, and Ken Baughrnan, her campaign manager, placed the crown on her head -at last, the great reward of a long, hard cam- paign. Miss Linda Gensler was announced Purgold Princess-and presented a bouquet of pink roses. X W W W on Q W Oli, dm., A A f 5 g xx if f f Y' , V WR I .f .Q ff Q f Xyg f a 1 ,yi f f f M ff 2, X X V? x ' 2 V f X A CL , Q Q, 'f dogg L' 'S Zffwf Q 0 ' X Aff W 7 f f nm K , 'W WW ,, 4""""4f-M ,gif ff ' f ' S 'Q H f 1 64 Pur Old 'wen f "N-f..,W.,,. 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Barbara Adkins, Y-Teen president, sees. that Clar- ence Hagstfom gets the Correct twist to hls The 1964 Sweetheart Ball, held February 22, at the downtown Y.W.C.A., was decorated in traditional Valentine style. The 275 sweethearts in attendance danced from 8:30 to 10:30 to the music of the Crescents. Then came a moment of silence and waiting. '4At this time, 1 crown the 1964 King of Hearts, Mr. Gary Corbettlt' With these words, Barbara Adkins, presidenlt of Y-Teens, placed the coveted crown on the bashful i Mary Hixson, Don Duncan, Steve Schaeffer, and Beth Mor- ton are trying to decide whether to go bowling or stick around for a few more twists. Looks as if the girls prefer bowling! kingts head. On behalf of Y-Teens, Marian Stout pre- sented the King and each of the candidates with a plaque. l l l I' D07 at nal :ed 'tAt ary ternt if ul 'pre- ue. ,N XK. ,M X XQ- tb ' Y ff is f --,est yy, Q M . Z, X X ,Z 1 Greeters come in all shapes, sizes, and forms. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE SPONSORS ROGERS JAUNT TO GERMANY Roger Grawe, North Kansas City High School,s A.F.S. student representing America, found his two-month stay in Herne and Berlin, Germany, a challenging experience. These challenges, however, were greatly overbalanced by the broadening dimensions of meeting new people and seeing new things. Although seeing the Berlin Wall and East Berlin are impressionable events, Roger considers his friendship with his German brother and other German people more valuable. From these person-to-person contacts, Roger believes, comes the realization of the diminishing differences among the world's people. Our hero returns. 235 I ll I I i 1 A 1 '1 li tl' 'ill ily fn: lil' lil li 1 tl l lj lhl ll? 1' l til i i les ,iz .i ' lil? iw ill' lil , . thi l': V l l: lt l, ii it TV! t l il rl ll 4 la, l I 1 F A lloyal lfriencl lironi Norway . . . Svein liirvivilx . . Swlin llreivili gziiriwl his only lvrolhvr in the family of Mr. anrl Mrs. W. Thompson and their son Steve. for Svein has three sisters at home in Leirsjorcl. Norway. Sveins happy personality niacle many a Hornet rlay hetter, and he minglefl in Key flluh. reported for Tlw Hornefs Buzz, and served as a member of the Student Council. He has been a pleasant and valuahle friend to Northtown and has made many activities thoroughly enjoyable by giving freely of his time and self. Hi there! Sawal New Hornets From Far f if M .. M4 ? gf as-14 1 Q -,, ,571 ,wg I Svein finds it easy to get acquainted with the girls. S' 'N Sawako and Mr Moore dlscuss FETCHS future 1-gm Far Awa Places lw YQ! WK? TT! 'Q From Japan Sawako Hotta Yokahama, Japan gave Northtown a wonderful gxft when they sent Sawako Hotta to Us for one year Sawako left her three slsters rn Japan but found here a new S1StCT, Marllyn Corwln, and a new famlly M and Mrs H G Corwln Sauako has contrlbuted much to the Splflt of North Kansas Clty by cheerlng wlth the Pep Club and servmg as a Student Councll member Her s1ncere charm hae glven NKCHS a chance to make a fme frlend and exchange many new and de hghtful 1dCHS the grrls wlwgyf Way 17 1553: "VP mwako mmglfs among the nat1vCS ,,.....--.- .....--- .-...,,.....-.-..-.......---- ...- ii--nf-1-, ..- 'L Q. ' ,I Fr 'I , f ' -113 II I i , ' I A 31 , I wif: I Im, V . -I ,VI ,I. ,III 'II I'I" III Iff' I If II' 1,I III ai I III 'I II. '-'HI iIi:I III? I III I III W1 ,Qin III :IV Ifxjfl I ,I .Ii ' I'lI ISV? i, III LI II' I I I I 1. II I I I I I I I 1 I W V I I I ? 4 i I f I I s I I I W 2 I I I I I I 3 I I . I . II Q I 5 I I I 5 . .I Z .M.I - 12 1, III If I . , ws , x 55 9. 1 FW: ff 5 f 2 Zigi. i , W Q '6 il 'N-...f gnu- ...ia- l AFinal Note From the Editors - it, HWe may be said to live twice, when we can reflect ,w ' with pleasure on the days that are gone."mHorace. get ff ww ' V,,'n f WW' 1, V ,ja y WW, If -' -1-Az MZ, 741W , , , ,,,V,'yi:,ZJrf4 Giga, ff, , f I X. wif? 'fe , 'mf' W ,ww , - . ,. ,,, , fax 7m ' s ...ff "7 f , W, l W z 3 M , Q 4 TZ 1 A af- as f, 'wg 4 , Z f' Qjgpf-6 ,jtgqfahcuvv 7 naar!! 240 SSIFSRT Mmceline IE Q 2. er . ' 'r f fad I-ifhf-emptied is Bound by WAISWORTH . Mo., U. S. , To create a living memory, a record composed of pictures and a few well-chosen words has been the purpose of hundreds of hours of work spent by the 22 Purgold Staff members this past year. We have endeavored to paint a full portrait of the school year-the moments of pride, glory, defeat, victory, enlightenment, accomplishment, and spirit. It is our hope that in the years to come these pages will bring the past year at Northtown sen- sually to life . . . the thunderous yell at a Hornet touchdown, the pungent aroma of Key Club pop- corn, the electrifying sound of the bell signifying another class, the bitter taste of defeat at the hands of an arch rival, the reassuring smile of a friend waiting at your locker . . . these are some of the things we have sought to preserve. Why? Because we believe in memories. lt's as simple as that. That is why we have devoted a class period each day as well as many extra hours each week in cutting and pasting, writing and re-writing, taking and developing photographs, accumulating information, typing and re-typing in order to bring you the 1964 Purgold. Although this basically was a group accomplishment, it would not have been possible without the guidance of Mr. Gus Leimkuhler, our sponsor, or Mr. Kenneth Bell, our photography advisor, or the helpfulness of Mr. Al Caldwell, who took the Junior class portraits and the Royalty portraits, or the wonderful service of our official Senior and Faculty photographers, Emery Bird Thayer Photo Studio and Mrs. Slusher, or the many faculty members who cooperated with us in getting the facts, or the much-needed assist- ance and patience of our friends at the Walsworth Publishing Company, Marceline, Missouri. We sin- cerely hope that you, the reader, will enjoy and cherish the result of all this. Respectfully, Barbara Berquist g Cheryl Collins Co-Editors March 15, 1964 42 1 . 'Q 1 Q .1 f J, .4 Q 74, f O Lek """"'1P'sFf-1 i5KjfLf'l, flgOU2g7U QQ j Q new cue fm: fe YK' J64Qfk'fQC94YLj tw D an reflect t A 'A , lik? 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