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

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Faculty and Curriculum Staff . . . Photographers . . . Bichard Hodge Bruce Williams . . Lois Amick . Barbara Austin Pat Harris Linda Spencer . Larry Dingman Lauri Eyton Renee Bromfield Kathy Hibbs Paloma Torrejon Stewart LaBrooy Buddy Owens . . . . Ted Bybel Sherri Luethje Paul Haylett-Petty . . . . Linda Lock Louis Miller Mary Ann Slavin Steve Sparks Karen Sundal Debbie Treptow Jackie Wehner B f t f fgfjlfibi ,, y ll 'Pw M A , 1 ' ' J. 1,4 I ,A 'Q I . 'ffwwi w-xr' fffffgf ff may Ar, ,fm-5 .46 1,2 , - 4 N , , "4- ,C , A J -Q ff , fy ., uhm ,Q QD iv A O B Y L "' L if IVIID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY lIllIH4!NHlIfllIHKIHIWIHIHHIHHIHIHVIHIHHIHIH 3 000011476778 7 W., H 'Wm Ang mm-wav W A 1 L ' K X . W. 4. 211- , 31.-.s ,LE f fp.: fn, 1 'Tin , rf , Foreword The Pride and Tradition of North Kansas City High School has been a vital part of Hornet life for 42 years. So many of the sports event or the club meeting can be traced back to another tradition from another year. The events of this school year are existing proof that we at NKCHS today are just as proud just as conscious of tradition as all those who have preceded us. There- fore we present this book to you as a permanent recollection of those traditions which have helped us maintain a sense of pride these many years. .sbt ,JM , i H ? T ,flat T ' l at Z f things we do today, whether in the classroom, after school, at the V ,miiq 4 W it Q i ff f , I Y ' 'Y 1 N , 4 I fa- n X se 44' Q 5 40 V it Blliitli I yy . AIGEEEA BEAUTIFUL 2 'fm-M-Q...-.4 5 i owrusittmois, mc. ' fonzstmouucrsm. ., it , y NWHI WMSGWZMR A y -...,.... Faculty Curricul' Seniors Senior I Juniors Sophom Activitie Clubs . Sports . Index . s. SES fat School of the , at the another ear are just as There- llection ense of M, ....,4,, Faczultv' . . ffurricuium Seniors . . Sflvliqf Dire fume Q . , Sophnno flxi1fLLY!fI ,"'l. 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X. - E, ' faculty and curriculum faculty and curriculum faculty and curriculum faculty and curriculum faculty and curriculum facul ty and curriculum faculty and curriculum fa culty and curriculum i faculty and curricul um faculty and curriculum - faculty a nd curriculum i f Y faculty and curriculum y a faculty andrcurriculum ii faculty and cu rriculum i , faculty and curriculum i i ii faculty and curriculum 2 i 7 t'iiaf at faculty a facu NHL: my? Il faculty and faculty and curricu lum fawliy and curriculum t ' i faculty a nd curriculum faculty and curriculum fa ,www .,., , W' FAC LTY :mv A W, H, 9W Dr. H. B. Doolin Superintendent of Schools Forrest Creer Donald Kumpy Assistant Supt. Assistant to Superintendent Donald E. Ewing William C. Davidson President Vice-President Hoy E. Baker Wayne Herring Xlember Nlember Administration and Board o Education Wilfred Hart Administrative Assistant Katherine Nunn K, G, Hovland Secretary Treasurer Cene Harris Raymond R. Finch Member Member Y' V A -Y'-f 'fwi-w -fr I Tfg ' 1.2. ' f- .. .', -Q. :Q-5--A. . 2'- ,bfi .2115 sf' 1:.::g.1' --1'-IJ.: :',-- -L K.: ,Aww Q f Z S' I 5 W Z 6mn fwm, Q Clive Frazier Principal igh School Administration Y C4 ,WW,Wf,1,:w W V f,ff W mf ff . ,wW Waite B MCE Pimi:-Eggan franu balbrdilh wi me G- gisiigi Nm Prim ipdi I ill? Q 1, ai i u u u In 1. .:...:..: 1 WW A 5 ,. . , . , 5 . . ? ra . ,- -, ,v -3, . 4575- Lg: 15,2 :---3555: - , ,i ,.,.,:nk 2i?ZAW!,I:2:-xmil p If 1. ,, .ws ""' ww, W.--+-"'f""' M ,,.fWw"' , N...-X-Q ,n,t...,.,m,,,,,4.-ffm 4 i 3 mi T ,f K text-1 7 A innw-. F acult I l l . , ,M Z f ff, K L . , f , , f up 1 V! s i ef ff 1 it "GWR: Z 4? lfwxpf ' AH I "M" mm 4 f f t H if Mer' ,W W, fa. ., ' 'W " ' Q gf I' were , f 5 j V' +34 y 1 X CATHRYN ADDY English H81 III . B.A. Kansas State University Pep Club chaperone, Creative Writing advisor JEAN ANDERSON English lll B.S. Lniversity of Kansas Pep Club chaperone ROBERT ARRINGTON Biology B. S. Ohio University JEAN ALKIRE Speech Therapist B.S. Northeast Mo. State HILDA ATKINSON not pictured Typing ,rw ' ,t , zwfw'-' I -- UMW '.',,f,,wf W! X f ,,'f'7 '44 . ff?2f5' f 6, W?r'5f., f , W f" , yy: V M, 127230 V,y4,,.....,.,,, ,D ,,,, M iff M242 iw, 1 " 1 I I n 4 'Z 2 S E ft. 9-' ' r I DOROTHY BARNETT American History, American Heritage M.A. Columbia University National Honor Society sponsor .IUDITH BEASON Basic Business, Bookkeeping B.S. Northwest Missouri State Pep Club chaperone EMILY BEICEL Family Life- M.A. UMKC Future Nurses' Club sponsor JOYCE BISHOP Geometry, Algebra I B.S. Central Missouri State Pep Club chaperone ROBERT BLAINE V Biology, English III -M.A. University of Missouri AFS Club sponsor ROBERT BOLLINGER Chemistry M.A. University of Michigan CHARLES BOOTH Driver's Education B.S. Northwest Missouri State Sophomore Football Coach ELIZABETH BRATTEN Personal Typing, Basic Business B.S. University of Missouri Pep Club chaperone ROBERT BRIGGS COE M.S. Central Missouri State JOE BROWN Counselor lVl.S. Kansas State Teachers JUANITA CAIN English II B.S. Central Oklahoma NLS. University of Kansas WOODROW CAMPBELL American History NLS. Lfniversity of Kansas 1- - -+- 513522. r . . I A a , ... .. 1, . - -' 'nr H. +.:c'-J'- wg., .V+ . sgZ ..::, .1f .. 1 1335 mit ,.. ' in I 5 w af -u ' , "'- fu' "" .,.,, 11 , .. . 4 X Afv , . -f X 1 wx ,X 1 ,., Xu 1 K V li dl ri M --'.ZL.1"" K 4,5 IQ ffimxtjk 'C 'siren yt, -rr fwwmq' V W ,, 4 ,,,f 'xx I Jffgy, ,, 2 N .N ,f0, x n ' W QQ , x IW i XC x mm ln. +-,. U, 'wwf 1 xv: W 4 -:awe ll. Q 3 R E . ' ' H 55iSE11ffE:5f3,i,fEfE',Q . K qt X 3 33 5: -g--'.gp-lit"-3:,izzsrg-gain. ' , 1. . ,H .,,,z.xg,x:,, 'eau V .. X M LOMAN CANSLER Counselor M.S. Lniversity of Missouri JUDITH CAVAN Assistant Librarian B.S. Northwest Missouri State Library Club Sponsor, Pep Club Chaperone DAVID COCHRAN Advanced Metal, Crafts M. Ed. Oregon State Lniversity Varsity Colf Coach, AXV Coordinator EUGENE COLE UICSM II, III, Geometry M.S. University of Notre Dame BETTY CONVERSE English II M.A. George Peabody College Sophomore Class Co-Sponsor PATRICK COONLEY Special Education M.S. Central Missouri State Key Club Co-Sponsor CHARLES COTTINGHAM English III, Physical Education M.S. Central Missouri State Varsity Basketball Coach JERRY COLCH Psychology B.S. Kansas State College at Pittsburg Sophomore Basketball Coach JOHN CRAIG Photography, Physics M. Ed. Ijniversity of Missouri Student Council Sponsor Photography Advisor Science Club WILLIAM CROSS World History, Family Life M.S. Emporia State JOE CROLTHERS Physical Education M.A. Northeast Missouri State N Club Sponsor. Yarsily IN restling Coach RICHARD CLMNIINGS Algebra ll. Geometry , BS. Northwest Xlis-ouri State SAXIIAEL D,-XLZELL English II. lx' B.S. Northwest Mis-ouri State . . . - . . .-,,,f,-. ,T ' Lf' LQ-7"-T ,M L Y ..,.' 4 4 .175 : 'f..h L-,a...c.zfTQ:..'5.1 .A , v . v Q. , I 'Q-x. A iff fs 'W' ,, , 1 3? 52 ' 1M s. aw........,' - I 5 4 !4!4uw5Q'f' YZ? A 1 V ll? .M .5 20 + ff 1. miMal.r..1:RQiQSk ,f xg 1:4 sf-'ll' ',, ln. 'K ff . ,,, i f ,y. M77 ew -guy if 1 1 , f-agp ll. 1 fm! ' V X E . , . .-:af fx zlmff 'irEEfif?"'2" 'H Q 11:1 . . ' ' A' ' ' ' Amid" "1 r M. 11,"'::, , 1 A ,, - - 1 . U"- nf'5'.i... f 1' rn ' 'fn-1 in Qf' . A ,H ... ' v 1'-tt. 4 .4 1, xi. fi Lf --mn..---.W w:""ll"" X, .1 f 3 1,9115 4 I 'XX Vw. WA- www X ' . Q K .Q Ai W . I. ROSA DICKENSHEETS Wardrobe Planning, Home Economics B.S. Kansas Lniversity F.H.A. Sponsor 2. JERRY DIEHL Drivers Education B.S. Central Missouri State Assistant Wrestling Coach 3. LARRY DOWNEY Economics, Shorthand M.A. Colorado State College Prom Sponsor 4. DON DUEY World History, International Relations M.A. University of Missouri 5, RICHARD EITEL Counselor M.A. Northeast Missouri State 6. ROBERT ELLIOTT Driver's Education M.A. LIMKC 7. MARILYN FAIRCHILD American History, Journalism B.S. Pittsburg State Bus: Advisor 8. CLARK FERGUSON Counselor M.A. UMKC 9. VELMA FROST Art I M. Ed. University of Missouri Art Club Sponsor IO. MILDRED FULTON Dramatics, English III M.A. UMKC Thespians sponsor 11. IOE GRACE Cooperative Office Training B.S. Central Missouri State 12. MABEL HALE Speech I, Debate I. II, English III M.A. University of Colorado NFL sponsor I3. DLANE HALL Health, Physical Education M.S. Central Missouri State I4. BARNEY HAPNER American History Y L niversitv of Missouri at St. Louis 7 f .- ,, A A 1 MO-. ,ffm- M J Z W Z. 1 13 'lla Hi y Ne' f Z! uw, " , s f ' 5, 55 gag 'fr CONRAD HENDERSON German l, ll, lll, Russian II, III A.B., B.S. liniversity of Kansas Russian Club Sponsor German Club Sponsor BRAD HIRNI World History B.A. William Jewell Key Club Sponsor LARRY HOFFMAN Geometry, Basic Math ,B.S. Kansas State Teachers' C Junior Class Sponsor ANNETTE HUGHES Physical Education B.S. Southwest Missouri State Pep Club Co-Sponsor Girls' Intramurals CAROLYN HUNTER World History B.S. University of Kansas BERNITA ISLEY Spanish II, III, IV, V M.A. University of Missouri Spanish Club Sponsor DAN .IENISCH American History lVl.A. Emporia State Assistant Football and Baseball Coach BARBARA JOHNSON English III B.S. Arkansas Polytechnic LOVETA JOHNSON English II B.S. Southeast Missouri State NIATTIE JO KING Secretarial and Clerical Practice NLS. UNIKC 11. JANIES KIRKHANI American History, American Government B.S. Iiniversity of Kansas Political Science Club RIVTH KLOPFENSTEIN Special Education NIA. Columbia linivcrsity 4' J ,1f,,.LAi,.. lt! . v .1 .V w Q -W--'. -, ":'71- lT: "3TY,f??5?f "fl tL3'm+f,.i?3Q ' ---4 w.:u1,w f mrs ezsew aim 1 X , 7 77 5 4 4 jf-1-...Q fl si, ,MM l 4 , F If f? 7 f ,Q wifi . 5 4' 15? ? W. f f. ' f , ' if-"ig:.....'E:jg:f5:gli,f3?:i'i" , , f -..ggii.LZ1','gfQl::1gg3f'1 . -, . w ,:1Y','---i, 'z :,,,:z' 'x-Q-Q .241 3 fl 5 O K. 'lT fi 'UD' J u I 4 ,ly 2 Y VN- 1. LARRY KRUSE Physical Education B.S., Ed. University of Missouri GUS LEIMKUHLER, JR. M.S. UMKC Librarian Purgold advisor Library Club sponsor DONNA LEKER General Office Training, Business Law B.S. Southwest Missouri State LAWRENCE LEMINC . Drafting I, Electricity I M.S. Pittsburg State NORMAN LI'I'l'LE Geography, World History M.A. Northeast Missouri State KENNETH MARTIN 'Biology I B.S. Missouri Valley College Cross Country Coach PAULA MATLOCK English II B.A, Central State College, Edmond, Oklahoma CHARLOTTE McCLINTOCK Senior Literature M. Ed. University of Missouri Future Teachers of America Sponsor JACK McCLURE English III B.S. Northwest Missouri State AFS Assistant Sponsor GLENN McDOLE Drafting I, Advanced and General Wood l M.S. Central Missouri State I . DONNA MELOAN NKC Singers, A Cappella Choir, Chorus M. Ed. University of Kansas 'ff -.-,-...-'.- 4. V ,, ' A-1421-3 .fi -Lf .r:?iA3..-.- ' "LU -LA' L. K J .f.Vr,:1 , AE li . ' ,ul I, '4 "'Sp,,..:-5515, :A . r E af 'V ,ff ff f, An "'7hUZKiw2-1 ,.-4-.-M 3 .71 lf. Q. fXf"""'M X mm ' . ,- QW, .. ig , . Q W 2 Z X mmm my f 2 Z 1 M 1 awk-mam A ' SYWXS r jkzw-2 4 W, K, f MSW X ,. f A QM W' Q, 1 . M., ,xg WS Ti Y fi, f ,,,4, Ill ' ff' w I lc:-' ' .QQLLQ3 fif?f31If'13I5f',1'f1fl: w ' m ,,.v:V-.. at ,t ,gp-, .-.-vfgzuiqa -5 ,.:L-:nv , 5, ., ,. ,. - Y: 'N V -L 1. ' 'H ' 'A V4 ., ,g , i II: Z2 MN W ' We , QM it Q a f . " ,,,, , Mi' I Wy if Tgfw Y ,WV ,W E THOMAS MOORE Algebra II, Trigonometry M.A. UMKC WOODSON MOORE Bookkeeping I, II M.S. Northwest Missouri State FBLA sponsor EARL MUNCER Biology M.A. UMKC Junior Class Sponsor LELAND O'DELL Driver's Education M.S. University of Missouri Track Coach, Assistant Football Coach WARREN PLATT Driver's Education M.S. Central Missouri State Baseball Coach Junior Varsity Basketball Coach SHARON POSSON World History, French I B.A. Northwest Missouri State Co-Sponsor French Club PORTER PRICE Art II, III, IV M.A. Kansas City Art Institute Art Club Sponsor: FRANCES REYNOLDS Chemistry I, II, Algebra I M. Ed. University of Missouri Assistant NHS Chairman DONALD ROBBINS Drafting II, III, IV, General Metal B.S. Northwest Missouri State DOROTHY SHATTO Shorthand, Typing , M.A. Northeast Missouri State Future Teachers of America Co-sponsor CAROL SHULTZ Senior Literature B.A. Lniversity of Missouri at Kansas City JAMES SKINNER Sociology B.S. University of Missouri LUCY STACER French I, Il, III, IN' B.S. Northeast Missouri State French Club sponsor f , .: , . ' 1- . .'.. +L-' -:J-lr"i3.v"7"4 f "-e"f2 in ' r'?1im:,5 -Av 1 ' fQT244,:?:5-3.2.5-:f?.f3:if'Q ..,'1- .U s J . -+-- ' ' ' 1 ' 3- 3 ZWEPWWK ff ,, ,,,, . 52152 Lf v, ,,f..,i,, ' , w,,,w M www , A .--..Mud - 4-M' wwf-1' W lx '11 '4 ,A 'dw .,K',,,L Sy- yy- I .5 '. ,, Q Wm W: - Q22 q W 1 !5 v X , 3 W ' 1 , k , I ? I X : w l 1 Z 1 5 I 5 1 Z Y 5 W z . f f 2 , , X 28 ml I an cisK3iQ xN Mew ,, 3 . 1 N- n ,Z ff l I , flu, ' ' '1itf--"'ifP'fgzmzsazslfffgalf f -, u . g.. ..f'ff-,sQ51'Q--iz:'--1-L, . CAROL STECNER Creative Foods, Home Economic B.S. Central Missouri State Future Homemalcers of America J AN E STONE Physical Education, Health B.S. Missouri Valley College Pep Club Sponsor JERRY SUTTON COE M.S. Pittsburg State CAROLYN THOMAS' Typing, Clerical Practice B.S. Central Missouri State JACK TRAVERSE World History M.A. University of Iowa Senior Class sponsor J UDITH WELCH Salesmanship, Recordkeeping, B Business B.S. Northeast Mo. State Junior Class Sponsor PATRICK WHiTE Instrumental Music, Harmony and Theory B. in Music Ed. Drury College JUDY WOERNER. Girls' Physical Education B.S. Indiana University Pep Club co-sponsor CAROL ZACORNIAK Spanish I, Psychology B.S. Northwest Mo. State Assistant Spanish Club sponsor ANN HAYS Secretary MARY LOU LEIMKUHLER Secretary to Principal JANETH WEBER Registrar VIRGINIA WEBSTER Attendance Office Secretary DORIS LINHOFF Secretary to the Counselors JLTANITA NESS School Nurse NIARIE E. CHANDLER Library Assistant NIARJORIE NEER Library Assistant L .4 W J, 5.1 vgwwrw wsweepwa up 'W '- guy vi f., is , wr 'fl m g, N. , 51, Hair gunfw. 2Li::M,,frlQizv"f1-f5QLi9jx4- Nvlff-,'fwf1Q,T? u 5',wQgE-up-L Nfblkqgal . 'M' Y. f- , in5'gk'.?f'2i1,?f.m'1'l-W'Him' .- ' a' ,M KW' w-'f'.1v"'i1,214:JrvHHELFH -. ,. " if ?u39gi,55pw4qq35iIef,sm4 .hfR, f a.1,9 " 5" ' k 1' 'W' I W 943955 V. I .- ,, ' .fH, ,w' , V " 1' ' . ' ' .f1,',u'.-j ' ' bf--Qmu , :. A 'WWTE' .,f,:'.rw5i ' 141 -5 " "1 " 'V,fs:1,vU D152-'z..'Lug:z, Q QL Hwff' WWWWTWE. ,E 4 1. H +,,k3W!mfFW P 1 A. W 1 , . - J p if V if . , . J L 2 RRIC LUM 1 , N V, MN, ,,:. 1 2 The Hoffl Give them an inch and the Math students are likely to make it into a triangle. They can solve problems using logarithms, quadratic formulas, and the distributive formula. The mathematics department include classes in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and UICSM, ' ' t nm: Jf , .N-515151 w ks sf. I ........... , .. .,... . 7 ,, the Illinois math program. sf , 2 'W sf ., 594 We 'W ' I, 7 iw- ga fevwmf., 1 wg' ' t 'C ' 'W' 7 aw' ' at W , M 4 V . We , ' typo ,,,V 2 Q ' V .lytic , W.-. ., . fm H 5 .V 1 X ,f Q ,, .V , M I The details of similar triangles are explained by Nlr. Hoffman Mr. Moore explains the interpolation of logarithms. 'HQ aww MA TH EMA TIC l Mr. Traverse explains that the only country in Europe is Great Britain. HIS TOR Y Whether leaming about the beginning of civilization or studying the constitutions of Missouri or the United States, history stu- dents gained knowledge of man's glorious past. With the help of records, films, and pictures, the history of the United States or of the world was brought to life. Not only did these students leam about famous people but they also wrote papers, analyzed battles, and studied wars and the reasons they oc- curred. History students gained knowledge of the present by examining the past. History is a challenging class where questions are encouraged. fx f .1 i f john Summers tir 3 hand maze. if I :ginning of' itutions of istory stu- ls glorious films, and l States or Not only ous people ed battles, s they oc- Jwledge of f vi f W Psychology students study an ink blot test. john Summers times and Les Alpers watches as Ma a hand maze. ry Wright winds her way through lf'X Students in social science classes this year gained an insight as to the workings of democracy and the workings of the mind. Some students learned of our relations with other countries while sociology classes re- searched man's relationship with other men and psychology students dealt with man's re- lationship with himself. ln all, participants were readied to take an active role as informed citizens of an increasingly complex society. Xlr. Duey lectures on thc aspects of democracy. 5 141W . f ,V VQQMW 2 ' fi 'J 5 s A I f ,0,1,UT,m 4 5 - ' Z y51V,,c Q 07 if 'jfs X, ,, u f ' f , .47 I ' MQW , H Q :Z ,gi i , 97 , ',.. i f' 1 K 3. W ,M kk ,, :"""0'W'54" Z '?2fvf'V'vf,y7.W4, I i X X N ,, , ,fijqh fry "W 4 q.f 5 1 I f ' .Q ' V 'W' .Av-M ,, g Q 1,41 n f x , 115351. , at 5 ' 2? lx 1 Y , , ' , ar ,. ., V V -1 f ' ar , l 4 A Q Mummy a, Souvenirs de la Espana y Mexico! Nliss Isley takes her turn in the language lab. LANGUAGES g'Bueiios diasf, Hguten tag," and "bonjour" are a few of many phrases heard throughout the day in the main hall of Dagg. Spanish, French, Russian, and German were offered. Each class brought out the customs and a greater insight of the native-born people besides learning the basic language. The B, an En is tau to the The H portar nwqsswff ""M""""" tri? ,fs 1 g i l i " ENGLISH Henry Homet words, research papers, Hamlet, and The Return of the Native are only a few of many struggles an English student faces during the year. World Literature is taught to the sophomore student, American Literature to the junior, and English Literature to the senior student. The English department is designed to emphasize the im- portance of grammar, composition, and literature. Clint Mallory peruses the English department's reading list. A good senior lit research paper begins with a box of notecards. 3 - " fww X 4? Winn, iiuuu 33 M "" '-- -- -- Q-.4-1-Q Mummy J! 5 2, W Pam Shadday Steve Portwood Rick Ralls Greg Slavik Beverly I Nancy Stevinson Cindy Power Gail Ruthrauff Carolyn Reinwald judy Wi Linda Ross Miss Marilyn Fairchild f Mary McCuckin, Terri King-DISPATCH Correspondents Marsha Swanson, Steve Shannon, fNot pictured Linda Richardsonl Photographers l l and l MZ newsf produ happc 'A WNY! an QW 3 tt mth X ,wwf ,V 'MM I Reinwald if? l Beverly Sapp Debra Ahern Kathy Noland Paulette Smith ,Iudy Williairis Sharlea Mercer Sandy Fairchild ,IUURNALISM l' rom be-hind the door of room 53 is found the hustle and hustle ol devoted journalism students known as the stall. Their job is to publish, hi-weekly, a school fifwxspapifr with the name of Hornctsi Buzz. The finished jffiiitlltl contains editorials, sports articles, features, Hornet ineppviiaiius, and advertisements. ,s ...,,,. ..........-- ..,,., , ..-..--4.-....,-...5,,..-,. .,.-A-L-5 Editor-in-chief . . . Associate Editor . . Sports Editor . . News Editor . . . Feature Editor . . . Business Manager . . Circulation Manager . Advertising Assistants . . . Rick Ralls Sharlea Mercer i .... Greg Slavik . Pam Shadday Mary Mcfluckin Steve Porlwood . .ludy Williams . Debra Ahern Dee LeBlanc Gail Ruthrauff Newswriters . .... Sandy Fairchild Carolyn Reinwald Linda Ross Kathy Noland Feature W riters . . . . Terri King ' Beverly Sapp Cindy Power Editorial Assistants . . . .... Nancy Stevinsoii Paulette Smith Journalism Instructor . . A , NIM 513,-ily-H I-'am-hild n-1.-f.-L..a...n 2.-g.-.-, . .., y PEECH A D DEBATE To be or not to be a speaker, debater, or actor was the question. No matter which path a student took, his selection was wise and worth while. Debaters and drama students took part in various contests bringing back many trophies. Many practiced with Miss Ful- ton and Miss Hale after memorizing lines and finding proof for their case. A, 7 4 Nancy Barton delivers an informative speech. r l . 4 I I ' il' 11 Becky Blair cross-questions Terry Cezar as their colleagues and Miss Hale watch and listen. ,M -.Q-vw. 1 4 A f' Ti .M .5 i v "ul, Lea F Expression is essential in dramatic readings. Leah Chandler practices on a quiet stage. ' we A secret ofa good play, the lighting board. DRAMA TI Q 1 Sf .M 2'5" 1 J g If Mickey Bennett shows astonishment as . . . x Kent Ulrich expresses compassion. SE Q S 5 I Vi e shoot people! A few students, whether it was to be a hobby or career, took photog- raphy and leamed the basic funda- mentals of the field. They searched for photogenic persons and objects then headed for the dark room. There photography students tried their skill on developing, printing, mounting, and enlarging under the supervision of Mr. John Craig. . Second hour photography is in for a real "snow" job. W' According to my figures, Galileo was wrong! The tools of a chemist. , ,, , y 4 " eff ' , f Q' ffl' ,ff W f ' f gf M 744, SCIE C Whether a frog was disected or a new compound was brewed in the chemistry lab, the science students of N.K.C.H.S. were busy exploring a field ofhmany wonders. Biology, chemistry, and physics were classes offered to the curious student. s Q, w 1 fx , ,, ,,,, Z Cay QQ vw a Q . A 1 i 1 2 'l 4 4 . 4 4 i i ' Q " . .r .. Q Q s Q 3 lllluni' Gayle Southwick and Linda Spencer struggle to put the stopper in. Penny Kloepfel takes notes on beautiful bacteria. The sacred algae trough. Q , Up up and away! Whether by playing football basketball volleyball, baseball, dodgeball, or wrestling, the boys got their needed exercise daily in the physical education classes. In order to keep in shape they did calisthenics, climbed ropes, ran, and lifted weights. ln order to "relax', they bowled, played ping pong, and leamed the finer points of tennis. Strength and determination are prerequisites for a work-out on the parallel bars. BOY ' PHY ICAL EDUC TIO "What do Ido with it now?" as 5 lbars. ' i' mmm Surely someone can hit that rim! Q GIRL ' PHY ICAL ED CA TIO .L ls it too late to back out?" QWMQW i In Physical Education classes, girls par- ticipated in such sports as volleyball, basket- ball, and softball. On every Tuesday, the class went to the N.K.C. Pro Bowl to try their luck at bowling. Being active in these athletic games helped them leam to stay slim and trim. X tyro in the world of com- rnvrr-et needs much knowledge in all subjects taught in the business de- partment. Typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping are the first tools used in offices everywhere. Basic selling principles, business law and eco- nomics are increasingly important to a student who intends to have a successful career in our ever-ex- panding and increasingly industri- alized society. Jerry Lovins wonders if the two- finger system wasn't better. ..W4..M X 4 00000000009 if i li UNIT 46 0000 0069 I 0000 0 if sa S f N 1 X! Q f X f fs? if S45 i v i 4, , F 99 UWB Let S206 2+-2 154 plus l is.. W- ' ,. 1 5,-' I A . Q W 'V :p,,,.' pw'-s .Wt ,f 14. f 4 2 5 I 1 ,fn , riilfl ., xy.-y Avi, .1 i lv l Y tw! i I 353 lf 4 'glxifwr i HW rp lc , f' 1 5 51 Jill ll! f If Y., .V f Xp' Q ff l ' .V X ll' 55, Q- ,lll f y , f fififft ,' ill -rfb, 34, QM 5 xl, Q ,L "fi ff :JW 4 'S X 45, l, l 52 ' 'Wife 139 if ' vi 1 f 3 r tl' E' ep i ll K gg ll Pr ," ,ff 1,5 , 3 w lil: f , 3 2 f S wk vii X X at if iii. X X is ,Q ,sim it 3 E C O-OPERA T I VE OCC PA TIO AL ED CA TIO Co-Operative Occupational Education students combinelclassroom study with on-the-job training. Participation in this program is mutually beneficial to employers and employees. The latter gain in- valuable experience and can develop skills neces- sary to pursue a full time job after graduation. Em- ployers get well-trained personnel with a good high school background. A pleasant personality and persuasiveness are necessary in the selling business. ,Nz , , ,, 1 'W' 'W'W""" W fp f Qeisfes Mr. Booth explains to Masami Willis that the star doesn't mean it's the sheriff's car. As instructors nervously took tranquilizers and students in the back seat cringed with fear, students in the driver education classes took the wheel for the first time. Not only did these student drivers leam how to handle a car, but they also learned what makes one go, how to take good care of a car, and how to wisely choose insurance. A free plug for Bill Bill Allen Allen. 4 ? Q4 5 W ? 1 Z W! K y Q 4 ff, 1 W f my , mf 5 Q 5, " nfs , gm. s wg ? " N 1' Q l i i it 5 A A x H I M a 1 f f Clea n Clklillyl E E. if v i 2 55 A i Www w,g,,,,aig.t,, - 'S v thy M, W aa., - ,1 t+:zg..fQL4 fi W , ,MW 1 .., , i su gp V. Qld Cleaning, cleaning, cleaning .... drawers, silverware, everything! Q fi if The practical art of making a notebook. HOME ECO OMIC Besides leaming how to fix a casserole, or how to cut out and sew up a new dress, or even the intricacies of keeping beautiful, the girls in home ec classes also learn house- keeping hints, foreign food recipes, and short cuts to flower arrangement. To make it even more interesting, many boys have enrolled in these courses this year, whether it be creative foods, interior decoration, or child develop- ment. 1 ,Jr f M 1 Susie Burgess masters a very necessary machine as she learns to do some of the dirty work around the house. W Z 7 Q '1' -'F ,f f , ff 5' f ' 1 5' w , X I f ff f xx W 5 1 Us 2 ff: M fw 5 Q , 2, f Wf X x W ,W , ,.xS , 3 S: ! I f W ,X W 4, , wif X f f' 5 W The careful eye of an experienced woodcutter. The fundamentals of electricity, metals, drafting, and woodworking were taught in the industrial arts building. These classes prepared students for a future job or a fasci- nating hobby. The modern equipment used brought forth many accomplish- ments from a world of labor. INDU TRIAL AR The line hand of a keen draftsman. BA D OR CHE TRA K First row: Peggy Armstrong, Sharon Redenbaugh, Lynette Cessna, Shir- ley Abbott, Carol Speiser. Denise Timberlake. Ann Kerr. Karen Lam- kins, Gayle Morse. Second row: Chris Brown, Richard Hodge, Suzanne Sigler, Connie Hubble, Curtis Lindeman, Nancy Wilkerson, Emery Manlove, Marleen Hedge, Marilyn Watkins, Blake Withrow, Brian Fulks, Toni North, Kent Ulrich, Diann Crabaugh, Patty Gibson, Rick Swetnam, Dana Smith. First Row: Pam Hovland, Neal Goforth, Neil Berger, Virginia Mc- Carty, Patty Hastings, ,loan Schadel, Sue Horst. Second Row: Debbie Livengood, John Craig, Gary Lambert, Cyrena Moore, Debbie Thom- son, Elizabeth Allison, Cheryl Beard. Third Row: Debby Marks, Newton Brown, Jayni Robb, Marleen Hedge, Becky Fisher, Blake Withrow, ,lack Wells, Larry Scofield, Clifford Musser. Standing: Mr. Patrick White, Mary Ellen Tompkins. Not pictured: Regina Caples. Third row: tin, Chuck Terry Swop Donna Bri Schlesselma Susan Pari Carlton La Noi Ho: :rf ' .. ,... Q 'WZ f Q3 X - Q. s :fl X War ff-www'-W"46W'!' 'aw Q 2, W fp- 23 Y" ' YTD b'55gs1gL,,V,.Q,,,i W 5 X , - X x vjdg by rv 'V sna, Shir- Eren Lam- :, Suzanne in, Emery 'ian Fulks, Swetnam, Vlc-' rbie am- ton ack ite, Third row: Duane Carter, Charlotte Small, Michelle Kritz, Kenny Mar- tin, Chuck Edinger, Marvin Wells, Mary Tumer, Cliff Brandenburg, Terry Swope, Ken Burdick, Donna Sutton, Clayton Duce, Dan Lemasters, Donna Britt, Steve Lamkins, Clifford Musser, Tom Leighton, Ted Schlesselman, Harold Ruesch, Mark Owen. Fourth row: Larry Scofield, Susan Parisi, Byron Green, .lack Wells, Mark Douglas, Steve Spake, Carlton Langley, Leland Watkins, ,lo Nichols, Charles Flanary, Dean Milne, Mike Daugherty, Claude Anderson, Gary Groves, David Roberts, ,lohn White, John Pointer, Kris Kramer, Leonard Livesay, Charlie Meador, Warren Heft, Bob Fryer, Rob Merrill. Standing: Theron Leck- ley, ,lanae Owen, Tom Cook, Dennis Lamberd, Deenie lvey, Mr. Larry Sayler, Charles Sloniker, Bill Johnston, Mr. Patrick White. Not pic- tured: Gainey Stone, Brad Williams. Northtown's marching band kept football crowds entertained during half-time at the Homet's home games. 931. ,A 9 .-'4 ,,,,,.,...4- First Row: Brenda Williams, Jane Ann Cline, Mary McGuck- in, Cindy Burge, Bobbie Mitchell, Pam Gaarde, Steve Lough- ery, Steve Keech. Second Row: Ruthie Ogilvie, Barbie Mc- Intyre, Cindy Littrell, Cris Calliham, Sandy Kritz, Roseann Fox, Kathy Jarling, Rick Sweatnam, Bob Hines, Buddy Owens. man, Randy Hawk, Ted Bybel. Third Row: Marcia Beck, Marsha Cain, Connie Webb, Sallie A First Row: Pam Keck, Karen Geary, Virginia Green, Andrea Umess, Diane Parton, Debbie Clark, Babs Van Alden, Barbara Henderson, John Scott. Second Row: Sandy Townsend, Adria Beck, Susie St. Clair, Susie Sadler, Kathy Noland, Mickey Bennett, Kris Stewart, Vicki Schlattman, Nancy Carter, Bobby Hurst, Ken Bur- dick, Larry Dingman, Bill Johnston. Third Row: Diana Ham, Bodil Vestergaard, Chris Realph, Jo Burnidge, Susan Kumpy, Jackie Williams, Pat Harris, Anita Camp' CAPP LLA bell, Kathy Heft, Barbara Austin, Leah Chandler, Lynn Deterding, Bill Geary, Fred Allen, Terry Swope. Fourth Row: Mrs. Donna Lou Meloan, Sheryl Kritg, Gail Ruth- rauff, Pat McCann, Sheila Marriott, Martha Pippin, Brenda, Prentice, Cliff Prentice, Jim Britton, Bill Mc- Reynolds, Larry Proudfit, Don Hainkel. Top Row: Robert Banner, Rick Liverman, Harry Rose, Denny Brown, Scott Long, Glen Strang, Emery Manlove, Doug Henshaw, Gary Hummel. away'- Wemer, Janet Bames, Jeanne Henneberg Suzanne Lammy Jan Harris, Beth Fulton, Stanley Hott Wade Ross Stan Gas kill, Jerry Stevens. Fourth Row Nlerlene Walker Karen Keech, Patty Leonard, Robin Ross Kathy Wood David Bow ff ie Lammy, , Stan Cas- ker, Karen David Bow- iid. 5 or a quiet conference room to work together on a project Vlfhen assignments get heavy, the activity around the charge desk always increasesg and Mrs. Neer could use a few extra hands at times like these t V t I 1 I t 1 S t 3 stud f-r1 1 body student body student body stu V df-ut body student body stud t' af ent l vs.n dy student body student body d student body student body student bod y student body , on student body t d gd! student body student body ' , studen t body l if student body student body : student body student body filif 3zf'fJ student b ody F tA'-' e, student body student body tgsffy fd,, t t student body student body student body 't Student body y,.t " student body student body 1 1 I 1 ff-ef X -,. ,S 'ix I H Www ..:.f-.-,-.M wr- .mm mmf uw 1,3 ' 'HN f I A 5.:1.':, I,-.. ww?- F772 1 1 1 1 VJ ' 1 N Sxif fa., Q, F , 1. .VC V V. .. -f xx, -I N. ,wiki . 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Barton. 939- A iQ A 2 Reca Baymiller r 4 x Z X 1 . , nA' NW' 177 Cheryl Beard Adria Beck Bob Behrends Mickey Bennett 'YUM 1 fakfkk g ow We lt ,I ,Wee 'K r rf" 'QQWM gill ' ' . -, V 337..:q,g-gg:--.-L':::v-A . ' ' - ,I 'i ii - 1-L'LZ:'g-2-7.2Z't"'j75-f ' - V ze,,.,:.....::::-L,::1!-,, 'Wk lwht 1 SXW Ronald Besser Bonnie Bills Pam Bisbee Shannon Black Becky Blair Roger Blessing Cheryl Bode Patricia Bosley Robert Bowery Judith Boyd Lois Boyd Margo Brannon ame was fun forithose with dates. Jeanette Breckinridge David Breibeck Carol Breshears Jimmy Britton Shirley Britton Cindy Brown ,lack Brown jffll' Brow ri jeu Im Broun Br-1-lr i. Brox-.ri l'illli1l1I'lll Broun Hffrif-4: Brumlielrl .-.,, A f Z L 1'--'MY Z ff M' and C W ' fr ff ., f : M99 Xwaaqq, ,, 5611 'Wi . .,a .' . . 0,9 ,am jvlf llrjfaril lliamg Ulu klfii Garrett lliidmri-lg I , ...WM Georgia liurgvf- V -W .,,,c,, fl ' '7 3? fd . . may V A 'W-fm.. 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'W -4 '27 GSW dwg, I : Nm. ,, W if N481 71 , lg-H' Y , A 1,1 4 f ' of I "x of'-' 'A 1 1 Z v 'MX fy in-...gtaf I f 'V 2 Y , 2 f , 2 4, 1 of 4 I , ft 7 oiwvy .wah w-WX wiwf 'X And 560 graduating seniors Mary Wright Karen Wurdack Karol Wurclack Chester Wychoff Lynda Yates Charles Young Dick Young Bessie Zagalik Linda Zagalik Ronnie Coleman Pam W illiama Ronnie Vi illiam- Shirley XX illiamf Terry Vt illiama Anson Wilson Tom Wilson Ceorgianna Winfrey Paula Wolfe Peggy Wood Paul Wooten Daryl Wright Lawrence Wright lived happily ever a ter Q?-if XM JW Z5 Ag!! A"""' 81' -0--wr 3 A if V 16 xi X X fm - Q , , 5 X f ' John Barr 'ix .'A' Cary Groves Mjnmm, Jimmy Harris ' Cary Richards ,.., X Q , Hold it, Tom! You've got the wrong end facing Mecca. .WW E f . X49 wi .,,,. . f ' f f . ff' 82 SENIUR DIREC OR Y A ABBOTT, SHIRLEY effGerman Club 2, Chess Club, G.A.A. 3 Political Science Club 3, Pep Band 2. AHERN, DEBRA ,ef-German Club 2, Buzz Staff, Science Club Hi-Y, A.F.S. Variety Show, National Honor Society. ALPERS, LES-Football 3, Basketball 3, Baseball 3, N-Club 2, Secretary-Treasurer, F.C.A. ALWOOD, ROZ'-'Spanish Club 2. AMICK, LOIS-A.F.S. 3, F.T.A. 3, President, Library Club, President, Spanish Club, Junior Achievement 3, Prom Com- mittee, Purgold, Business Manager, National Honor Society, Commencement and Baccalaureate Committee, Student Council. ANSELL, STEVE-Football 2, Track, Wrestling, ,Iunior Class Representative. ARNOLD, IUDI-Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 2, Prom Committee. U. S. Savings Bonds, new Freedom Shares C9 AUSTIN, BARBARA'Pep Club 3, Secretary, A.F.S., Prom Chairman, "Pajama Gamew, A Cappella, Senior Cap and Gown Committee, Purgold Staff, National Honor Society. B BAIRD, HELENMY-Teens 2, A.F.S. 2, Parliamentarian, Spanish Club 3, President, Prom Committee, Majorette 2, Pep Club, "My Fair Ladyw, National Honor Society 2. BALL, JANHPep Club 3, G.R.A. 2, A.F.S., H.C.C., "Music Man", F.T.A., Prom Committee, Spanish Club. BARNES, IANET4Pep Club 3, Tri-M, Vice-President, A.F.S. 2, Harmonaires 3, g'My Fair Lady", "Pajama Gamen, A Cappella 3, National Honor Society. BARTON, NANCY-Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 3, Spanish Club 2, Senior Cap and Gown Committee, Prom Committee, A.F.S. Variety Show, National Honor Society. BAYMILLER, RECA-German Club 2, Political Science Club, "Pajama Game", A.F.S. Variety Show, Intramurals. BEARD, CHERYLfPep Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Orchestra 3, A.F.S. 2, '4My Fair Ladyw, "Pajama Gamew, Prom Committee. BECK, ADRIA-Pep Club, A.F.S., Orchestra, A Cappella. BEHRENDS, BOB-Track 2, Football, F.C.A.: A.F.S., Harmonaires. BENNETT, MICKEY!-Pep Club 3, A.F.S. 3, Spanish Club 2, Y-Teens 2, Political Science Club 2, A Cappella 2, Secre- tary, Harmonaires, Prom Committee, Senior Cap and Gown Committee, "My Fair Lady", "Pajama Game." BESSER, RONALD-Chess Club 2, Science Club, Intra- murals. BILLS, BONNIE-Orchestra 2, "Music Man", "My Fair Lady." BLAIR, BECKY-Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 3, N.F.L. 3, Vice- President, A.F.S., French Club. BODE, CHERYL+Spanish Club 2, National Honor Society 2, G.A.A. 3, Chess Club 2, Secretary. BOYD. 5iiANN BREIF murals BRESI BRITTO BRITTO t'My F Honor Sr BROWN BROWN BRUMF Spanish .F.S., Prom mr Cap and Society. amentarian, lajorette 2, ciety 2. I.C., "Music -President, , "Pajama inish Club 2, ttee, A.F.S. cal Science Intramurals. 3, Orchestra mew, Prom A Cappella. .A.: A.F.S., Spanish Club :lla 2, Secre- ,p and Cown Club, lntra- ", "My Fair l7.L. 3, Vice- onor Society BOYD, ,ILDITH ---C.A.A. 2, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, F.T.A., Prom Committee. BOYD, LOlSs'f,Spanish Club, C.A.A. 3, Prom Committee, junior Class Representative Alternate, A.F.S. Variety Show. BRANNEN, MARCO----Y-Teens 2, F.H.A. BREIBECK, DAVID --Basketball 3, Tennis 3, F.C.A., Intra- murals. BRESHEARS, CAROL-WC.A.A. BRITTON, ,IlMfA Cappella 2, Spanish Club. BRITTON, SHIRLEY--wPep Club 3, Y-Teens 2, Chaplain, "My Fair Lady", Q'Pajama Camew, A.F.S. 2, National Honor Society. BROWN, CINDYePep Club, C.R.A. 2, Secretary-Treasurer BROWN, JEWYLIE -Pep Club 3, Art Club, Y-Teens. BRL7MFlELD, RENEE-Pep Club 3, Section President, Spanish Club 3, President, National Honor Society 2, Vice- Slow down, boys! They're having Chicken a la King. President, Purgold Queen, Senior Class Treasurer, Mis- souri Cirls' State Representative, Y-Teens, Prom Committee. BIQGESS, SUSlEfPep Club 3, Pom-Pon Cirl, A Cappella 2, Homecoming Attendant. BURTON, ELAINE--Pep Club 2. C CALLIHAM, CRIS-4Pep Club 3, Historian, Y-Teens 2, His- torian, Spanish Club, Student Council 3, Purgold Attendant, Basketball Sweetheart Attendant, Junior Class Representa- tive, Prom Committee, National Honor Society. CAMPBELL, LYNDIA-Pep Club 3. CAMPBELL, ANITA-Pep Club 3, Vice-President, Y-Teens 2, 4'My Fair Lady", Junior Class Representative, "Pa- jama Came", "Miracle Workerw, Purgold Attendant, Bas- ketball Sweetheart Attendant, Harmonaires, A Cappella 3, Student Council 2, A.F.S, Variety Show, National Honor Society. -swf 52 4 Steve Sparks and Steve Shannon begin to understand Nlayor Lindsay's predicament. CARMICHAEL, DWIGHT-Spanish Club 3, Chess Club 2, Political Science Club, Parliamentarian, Science Club, Hi- Y 2, Secretary-Treasurer, President, National Honor So- ciety 2. CARR, MICHAEL!Key Club 2, German Club 2, National Honor Society. CEZAR, TERRY-N.F.L. 2, Debate 2, French Club 2, Pep Club 3. CHANDLER, LEAH-N.F.L. 3, Thespian 2, President, Clerk, A Cappella, Harmonaires, A.F.S. 3, "The Crucible", "Music Mann, "Life With Fatherll, 'lMrs. McThing", "My Fair Lady", "Teahouse of the August Moonw, "Mir- acle Workerll, "Pajama,Came,', National Honor Society. CHANCELLOR, REX4lntramurals, Coll 2. CHASE, DIANA-YPep Club. CLINE, JANE-eHarmonaires, Y-Teens, Pep Club. CLINESMITH, WAYNE-C.O.E. COYNE, SHERRY-Pep Club 2, Pom Pon Girl, Prom Committee. CRAIN, DWAIN-Football 3, Baseball, Wrestling: N-Club 3. CHRISTIANSEN, FRANK-Football, Spanish Club 2, II3- tramurals 3, Basketball 2, Prom Committee, ,lunior Class Representative, Baseball, Track 2, F.C.A. 2. D DAFFER, TERRY-Track 2. DARNELL, RICK -German Club, Orchestra 2. DAUCHERTY, LINDA-Pep Club 2, F.T.A. 2, Spanish Club,C.R.A. DAVIDSON, TOM-Football Manager 2, Track Manager, Track 2, N-Club 3, Hi-Y 2. DAY, ROBERT-Political Science Club, Historian, Spanish Club 2, Sergeant-At-Arms, Chess Club 2, Science Club, Hi- Y, Secretary-Treasurer, "Pajama Came", National Honor Society. DeMASTERS, PAMELA!Pep Club. DENISON, BRIAN4Hi-Y. DINCMAN, LARRY--eA.F.S. 2, Political Science Club, N.F.L. 2, Vice-President, Key Club 2, Vice President, Harmonaires 2, A Cappella 2, Thespians 2, "Life with Fatherw, "Crucible", "Mrs McThing", "Music Man", 'gMy Fair Ladyw, "Pajama Came", Purgold 2, National Honor Society. DOBSON, LARRYe-Political Science Club 2, President, Science Club 2, President, Hi-Y 2, Chess Club 2, Mock U.N. at Park College 2, Youth in Government at Jefferson City. DUNCAN, MADELYN ANN- F.H.A.: F.B.L.A. DUNMAN, LlNDAWF.T.A. 2: F.B.L.A. . . E ELY, R Band 24 Teens, F EVANS, EVANS, F FAILIIN FAIRCL Treasure FOW Ll FRYER Pep Ba Man", S7 irl3 Prom gg N-Club Club 23 In- nior Class 23 Spanish k Managerg an3 Spanish e Club, Hi- Jnal Honor ience Club3 President3 "Life with isic Man"3 Z3 National President3 Mock IQN. ferson City. 1-Z-I-I-I-I-I'f-I-Z'f-I-I-I-PIf-PI-T-Eff-I-I-I-I-I-I-I' -Y-I-f-f-f-f-T-T-T-f-Z-C-'.f.j.'.'.f.f .'.1.j.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.f.j.'., tales out of ' Y yy heal. The Dispatchis Youth Page . . T... I.. l.. . F... . , T., ....,.,g,-,',.,.,','.l.'.......l.............-.-...........l3...-...I...-.L...........-.'.'.. E ELY, RITA --Pom-Pon C-irl3 Prom Committee3 Pep Club 33 Band 23 Senior Cap and Cown Committee3 Spanish Clubg Y- Teens3 F.T.A. 33 "My Fair Lady"3 "Pajama Camef, EVANS, LYNNE-Pep Club 23 H.C.C. 2, Historian. EVANS, MICHAELef-s'Miracle WOFkCfiiQ 'hPajama Camef, FAILINC, SHARON --Pep Club 33 Y-Teens 1. FAIRCHILD, SANDRA KAY--Pep Club 33 F.T.A. 1, Treasurer3 "Buzz" Staff 13 A.F.S. Variety Show 1. FOWLER, CHARLES-N-Club 33 Track 3. FRYER, BOB-Key Club 23 F.T.A. 1, Historian3 Tri-M 33 Pep Band 23 Stage Band 13 A.F.S. Variety Show 13 "Music Man',3 "Pajama Came',3 National Honor Society. "Co ahead and FULTON, BETH -Thespians 3, Secretary3 Pep Club 33 Y- Teens 23 Harmonaires 23 A Cappella Choir 23 A.F.S. 23 N.F.L. 23 Tri-M 1. G CARAMILLO, CATHEY sjunior Achievement 3, President, Secretary: C.A.A. 23 Pep Club 23 H.C.C. 2. CASKILL, STANiKey Club 33 "Music Man,'3 "My Fair Lady,,3 "Pajama Cameif A.F.S. 3, Presidentg Trackg Thes- piansg A.F.S. Variety Show 33 Tri-M3 Harmonaires 33 Jun- ior Class Representative. CEARY, BILL-fN-Club 33 Student Council 23 Cross Coun- try 3, Captain3 Track 33 Harmonaires 23 A Cappella 3, Pres- ident3 'gMusic lVI3I1,,, "My Fair Ladywg "Pajama Came,'3 National Honor Society. CILLEM, ED-Football 33 Track 33 Wrestling3 N-Club 33 Prom Committee. COODIN, LAWRENCE-Hi-Y3 Spanish Club 23 Bandg Junior Achievement 3, President, Vice-President, Treas- urer: A.F.S. Variety Show 2. CRAY, LARRY-Golf 33 Wrestling 23 F.C.A.Q N-Club 2. CROVES, CARY-Pep Band 33 Concert Band 33 Marching Band 2. CULKE, TRUDY-Pep Club 3. CRUNDY, DONABasketball Intramurals 33 C.O.E. deal, Morris, Mr. Craig isn't looking." f ' ofa" Ti -+x'2F55'f -W' 'Q . ' O' ED f 5 Ps x. avi' "N 312112555 v 1 V, y 4. M ff- .W , ., uf" f , f I Q L X White Stag A oivi-,ion or me WARNER enaoruzus commrw l sa - ,, at-Y ,Glu-I ff, t W 'AA 'O P I 80, Qtr? 0 'ba H HAINKEL, DONeeA.F.S. 2, Political Science Club 2, Cer man Club 3, Vice President, Baseball, Chess Club 2, "Hr, McThing", l'Teahouse of the August Moon", Harmonaiw- 3, A.F.S. Variety Show, National Honor Society, HAM, DlANAvPep Club 3, A Cappella. HAM, RAYMOND-Political Science Club 3, Hi-Y, Chap- lain, Secretary, French Club. HANKS, MAHClAf,Pep Club 2, Y-Teens, Prom Committee, Senior Gift Committee, A Cappella, Senior Play Committee, A.F.S. HARRIS, PAT,e-Y-Teens 3, President. Vice-President, Pep Club 3, Student Council, Purgold 2, A Cappella, A.l5'.S., National Honor Society 2. HARRIS, SCOTTH Football, Track 3. HARTCROVE, SANDY-Pep Club 3, Thespians 2, Secre- tary, N.F.L. 2, Y-Teens, Library Club, Treasurer, A.F.S. Variety Show, "Mrs McThing'l, 'sTeahouse of the August Moonw, g'Pajama Cvamef' HARTMAN, MARlLYNsPep Club 3, A.F.S., Y-Teens, Po- litical Science Club, A.F.S. Variety Prom Committee. HAYDEN, LINDA--C.R.A. 3, Vice-President, Chaplain and Historian. HAYLETT-PETTY, PAULAeA.F.S. student from South Africa, Student Council, Track, Purgold, A.F.S. Variety Show. HEFT, KATHY-Pep Club 3, Section Secretary: Harmo- naires 2, A.F.S. Variety Show, Thespian 2, Treasurer: N.F.L., National Honor Society 2, Treasurer, Spanish Club 2, "Music Man", "My Fair Lady", "Pajama Came", "Mrs. McThing", "Teahouse ofthe August Moon." HENDERSON, BARBARAe-Pep Club, F.T.A. 2, C.A.A. HENDERSON, LINDA-Pep Club. HENDRICKS, MAXINE-eThcspians 2: NPL. 2, C.A.A., FB L.A., "The Miracle Worker." HENNEBERC, CAROl.fPep Club 3, A Cappella 2. ub 2: Cer- J 23 "Nlrs. armonaires ,i-Y, Chap- Iommitteeg Iommitteeg v-President: llag A.F.S.g ms 2, Secre- rerg A.F.S. the August '-Teensg Po- UCC. t, 'Chaplain from South QS. Variety ryg Harmo- Treasurer: amish Club mevg "Nlrs. :C.A.A. 2. U X. X. 12. ,, www, "l dreamed I conducted the New York Philharmonic with my Xlaidenlorm batonlu HIBBS, KATHY-Pep Club 3, Pom-Pon Cirl, National Honor Society 2, Purgold 2, Y-Teens 2, Russian Club 3, Vice-President, Secretary, N.F.L. 2, Thespians 3, A.F.S. 2, Student Council, Spanish Club 2, Missouri Cirls' State, Senior Cift Committee. HODCE, RICHARD-Purgold 2, Co-editor, Key Club 2, Secretary, Tri-M 3, Secretary, Missouri Boys' State, "The Music Manw, Basketball, Student Council, Pep Band, Senior Gift Committee, A.F.S. 2, F.C.A., National Honor Society. HORST, SUEeProm Committee, Pep Club 2, "Music Man", "My Fair Lady", Orchestra. HOUSE, JUDYfPep Club 3, A.F.S., F.B.L.A., Treasurer HOOVER, STEVE+Fo0tball, Wrestling, Track 2, Cerman Club, A.F.S. HOVLAND, PAM-Pep Club 3, Varsity Cheerleader, J.V. Cheerleader, A.F.S. 2, Y-Teens 2, Tri-M 2, Secretary, Purgold Attendant, Student Council, "Music Man", "My Fair Lady", "Pajama Came", Orchestra 3, Vice-Presi- dent, Senior Cift Committee, A.F.S. Variety Show, National Honor Society. HUGHES, CAROL A-Pep Club. I iRv1NE, KATHY-eeF.B.L.A. 2. IVEY, DEENIE -A.F.S., F.H.A., Spanish Club 2, Hi-Y, Chess Club, Treasurer, junior Achievement 3, Treasurer, Pep Band 2: "Pajama Came." J JACKSON, jAYf-Student Council 3, Vice-President, Foot- ball 3, Track 2, Sophomore Class President, junior Class President, National Honor Society. JAMES, NlARK eHi-Y, Sergeant-At-Arms, lntramurals 2, Tennis 2, Chess Club 2. JOHNSON, BILLIE Pep Club 3, Y-Teens. JOHNSON. TERRY e',Pep Club 2, H.C.C. 3, Vice-Presb ident, F.T.A., Cerman Club, National Honor Society. IUIINF tx, liPll tatioi K EY, Pres Thing K INC Club Cou Prom Wrestl KIRK Cross " KRITI F.T.A. Societ KRlTl F.T.A, KROI mural L LABE 2, Kit LABI Purgc jama LAM Band LAM A Cz riety LAT ball i LEE Clut 7' ,, ' ,,': ,1 ,. . b2 Treasurer dent' Foot inior Class ntramurals N ice Presi e v IUHNSTON, BILL ee Football 3: Intramurals, N-Club, Cer- rnan Club 2: Tri-Nl 2, Pep Band, Stage Band, A Cappella, "Hy Fair Lady", "Pajama Came", A.F.S. Variety Show. K KEPllAli'l'. NIABCIA AePep Club 3, Section President: l".H.A. 2. Nice-President, C.B.A., N.K.C. Wrestling lnvi- tational Candidate. KEY, RANDYAA "Pajama Came", Thespians 2, Vice- President, "Teabouse of the August Moonw: "Mrs Mc- Thingug Football. KING, 'l'ERRYfPep Club 3, Section Secretary, Library Club, A.F.S. Variety Show, N.F.L. 2, Thespians 2, Student Council, Buzz Staff, "lVlrs. McThing',, Purgold Attendant, GI Wax-9' lo Prom Committee, Junior Class Representative, lN.K.C. t 4 Wrestling Invitational Queen. f KIRKPATBICK, SCOTTeStudent Council, Baseball 3, Cross Country, Basketball, Intramurals 3. P KRITZ, SANDRA---Pep Club 3, A Cappella 2, Tri-M, F.T.A., "Music lVlan,', Harmonaires, National Honor Society. KRIFZ SHERYL Pep Club 3- TriM' Music Man ' FT A ACappella2 National Honor Society KROHNE DFlNlNlS Track2 Political Science Club lntra murals 2 LABELI A JOE Wrestling 3 Track 2 N Club 3 FC A 2 King of Hearts Candidate LABROOY SIILVN XRF A F S Student from Vlalaysla Purgold XFS Nariety Show AF S Harmonaires P jama C ame Student Council LfUlKl'NS STFNF N Nly Fair Lady Pajama Came Band 5 Pep Band 3 President Nliracle Worker NIY S I NNI' P p ubi Y leens AF X Cappella 3 Prom Committee l-rcnch Club A l' S N rictx Sliou National Honor Sol letv Xl IPR IUNI N I lub 2 lootball 3 Basketball 3 asc 3 lil' NNIS lll X 2 Nite pre ident Basketball es me flub lntrarnura 89 096 PARKING! lhmn 7llldSH'l'1'0llll0lll1'SIDIIIII . 'kiggig 5,-Q.,--fe,-1i,f:,,,-2 " " "' ,,.,.,fg1,g:3:Q- '-' . '- .-'Q-1.5-gqggg, A ' .255 Es . - . "-- mt: WINDP - i Ll Alllxl Xlll,l'. A -All-it i ' ' V " v in ixiiim 'If:fzfzfzj:f:2:2:f:?:f:-:2'f:E:f:f'f:f: - YN N ILM! Q -.:.:4f AT : XIV if':vilf': :i ris EN to oo A.M. TO 10:00 P.M. F 'wwoggf :2:f:::Lf.i.i:..,. .. BUNNIE FQCLYDE if I 'I u I? x.... fo P , Q ,- une n-'ls , :seo w, , rd ll cIJ INDI Vaivfiiby me aniinuims 1 of the Dol XXCOLORE AT 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 MATURE AUDIENCES LITTRELL, CINDY-Junior Class Representative, Y- Teens, Pep Club 3, Section President, A.F.S.g Homecoming Attendantg Basketball Sweetheart Candidate, A.F.S. Variety Show, Student Councilg A Cappella, Senior Cap and Gown Committeeg National Honor Society. LIVERMAN, RICK-'LMusic Manwg A.F.S. 3, Key Club, Spanish Club 3, Vice-President, Sergeant-at-Arms, Politi- cal Science Club 2, Treasurer, A.F.S. Variety Show, Har- monaires 33 National Honor Society. LOEPP, ARTfFootballg Basketball 3, Baseball 2, Ten- nis: Intramurals. LOPEZ, BILLeF.C.A. 2, lntramuralsg Football 2, Bas- ketball 2g Baseball, King of Hearts Candidate. LOWMAN, lVlARYeF.T.A., Intramurals, Pep Club 3. LUCAS, CINNY -Pep Club. S f 4 X ,iw X K X X! fvfc X , kathy llibbs. Captain of the Cood Ship Lollipop. LUETHJE, SHEBRI-Y-Teens 3: A.F.S. 2, Spanish Club 3 Pep Club 3, Prom Committee Chairman, Purgold Staff Cap and Cown Committee, National Honor Society. LYON, AN ITA fY-Teens. lVlclNTfYRE, BARBIE--A Cappella 2g Pep Club 3g A.F.S. Variety Show. MCKINNEY, STANY- Football 3: Wrestling 3, N-Club. MCKISSON, CHEBYLeefPep Club 31 l".H.A. 3, junior De- gree Chairman, Reporterg "Music Mann: Y-Teens: A.F.S. Variety Show, "Miracle Worker", "Pajama Came " MCM ICH AEL, LEE flfey Club 2: "Hrs, Nlc"l3hiI1g.' MCBEYNOLDS, BlLLefeHarmonaires 21 Cerrnan Club 2. "lvl Y. Primiilv Nl -X H ll Xl 'KRT ilcritQ 5 YQ Nat NMSY NIASY MEAD Band: NIELV MEBC Staff, Comm NIILLI C.0.E. MILL MOR! The lo 1 Club 3 d Staff iz A.F.S. ib. nior De 1 A.I-'S lb 2. XIACAZACA, NIARCARITA -,Rotary Club Scholar from Argentina: Pep Club, A.F.S., Spanish Club, Student Council. NIADDOX, JOHN ee Intramurals. NIARKS, DEBBYeC.A.A., Y-Teens, Tri-M, Orchestra 3, "Hy Fair Ladyiil "Pajama Came", Junior Achievement 3, President. MARRIOTT, W ILLIANI -C.O.E. NIARTHALER, DAN Spanish Club 2, Chess Club 2, Presi- dent, Science Club 2, Basketball Manager 2, Baseball 2, Hi- Y, National Honor Society. NIASYCA, DIANA ePep Club 3. MASYCA, SUSAN ePep Club 3. NIEADOR, CHARLES-'-Spanish Club, Pep Band, Stage Band, "Pajama Came." MELVIN, JAN -fePep Club 3, A.F.S. 2, Library Club. MERCER, SHARLEA-A-Spanish Club 2, Historian, Buzz Staff, Ass't Editor, Junior Class Representative, Prom Committee, Pep Club 2, National Honor Society. NIILLER, CONNIEfePep Club 3, F.H.A. 2, Reporter, C.O.E., National Honor Society. MILLER, jANETYPep Club 3, C.A.A. MORGAN, CONNIE--C.O.E. 'lihc loie ol physics is rexealcd perfectly by an expression. MUSTEEN, MARYfePep Club 3, F.B.L.A, Prom Com- mittee: Senior Cap and Cown Committee. N NANCE, KATHY-F.H.A., F.T.A., Secretary, National Honor Society. NESS, PATTY--Library Club, Historian, H.C.C. 3, His- torian, President, Pep Club. NICHOLS, IO--C.R.A. 3, Historian-Chaplain, Sergeant- At-Arms, Band 3, Treasurer, F.T.A., Library Club, Na- tional Honor Society. NOLAND, KATHY-Pep Club 3, Buzz Staff, A.F.S. 2, A Cappella 2, Prom Committee, "Pajama Came", "Mir- acle Workerfl NORRED, RONNIE-Football 3, Wrestling 2, Baseball 2. O O'BANION, BETTE-Senior Cap and Gown Committee, "My Fair Ladyw. O'BRIEN, LYNNfY-Teens 3, Pep Club 3, A.I7.S., Prom Committee. O'DELL, RICHARDeFootball. OCILVIE, RUTHfHarmonaires 3, Pep Club 3, A Cappel- la 3, Spanish Club 3, Tri-M 3, President, Thespians, "Mu- sic Manw, "Life with Fatherw, 'lMrs. McThing", "My Fair Ladyw, g'Pajama Camew, A.F.S. 3, National Honor Society. OSWALD, MIKE---Track 3: N-Club 3. OVERMAN, BETH WA.l".S., Art Club, Creative Writers, Club, junior Achievement 3, President. OWEN, MARK HPep Band 3, "Pajama Came", Band 3. OWENS, BLDDY-fKey Club 2, Vice-President, A.F.S. 2, Vice-President, "The Nliracle Worker", "Pajama Came", Harmonaires, Tri-NI, A Cappella, Prom Committee: Pur- gold Staff 2, A.l".S. Nariety Show, National llonor Society. PALMER. .IAN ICE -C.O.E. xiabg QP ds 0 XX Xi Xb llniqol ' enfiwmte' PAYNE, RONALD-Band, Pep Band, C.O.E. PATTEN, CAROLYN -C.O.E. PIRARO, DIANN-J.V. Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader, Pep Club 3, Prom Committee, s'Music Man", Homecoming Queen Attendant, Junior Class Representative. POKALUK, VICKIE-Pep Club, L'My Fair Lady,', "Pa- jama Camef, PORTWOOD, STEVEdBuzz Staff, Science Club. POWER, CINDY-Pep Club 3, Buzz Staff, Y-Teens, A.F.S. 3, Junior Class Representative. RAGSDALE, ROBERT-C.O.E. RALLS, RICK-Buzz Staff I, Editor-in-Chief, Spanish Club 2, Political Science Club, Track 1, Cross-Country I, Intramurals 2, N-Club 2. RAYMER, DANNY-Track 2, Cross Country Manager l, "Music Manu, Intramurals 2. REED, MORRIS-Intramurals 1, Basketball 3, Tennis 2, Junior Class Representative, Student Council 1, Junior Class Treasurer, Senior Class Sgt. of Arms, F.C.A. 2, Vice-President, N-Club 3, King of Hearts Candidate. REINWALD, CAROLYN-Pep Club 3. RENNER, BILL-F.C.A. 2, Football 3, Track 3, National Honor Society 2, Senior Class Vice-President, Sophomore Class President, N-Club 3, Intramurals 3, Student Council 3, Senior Cift Committee Chairman. RICHARDSON, LINDA-Buzz Staff 2. RICHARDSON, MARTHA-C.R.A. 3, President, H.C.C. 3, Treasurer, National Honor Society. I YeHowv Pages g l ROBB, RANDY4Basketball I, Tennis 3, Chess Club 2, In- tramurals I. ROBINSON, SHARON--Y-Teens 2, Pep Club 3, F.T.A. l, Cap and Cown Committee, Senior Cift Committee, Prom Committee. ROSS, LINDA!Pep Club 3, Buzz Staff 1, Prom Committee. ROSS, PATRICK+Political Science Club I, A.F.S. 1, Key Club I, F.T.A. I, Senior Play Committee, Library Club I, F.C.A. I, F.B.L.A. I, Senior Cift Committee, Reunion Com- mittee, Cap and Cown Committee. RUSSELL, CHARLOTTE-Pep Club 1. RUTHRAUFF, CAILfPep Club 2, Y-Teens l, A Cappella 2, Buzz Staff I. S SACCONE, JOE-C.O.E. SAPP, BEVERLY!Pep Club 2, Buzz Staff I, Spanish Club 2, C.A.A. I, "My Fair Ladyw, uPajama Camev, National Honor Society. SAUNDERS, MARY ALYS4Pep Club 3, President, Thes- pians 3, N.F.L. 3, Saturday Seminars, Spanish Club 2, Stu- dent Council 1, Chaplain, "Pajama Came", "Mrs McThing',, "Life With Father." SCHLESSELMAN, LAURIE--Pep Club 3, F.T.A. 2, Vice- President, Senior Cift Committee, "Music Man", Com- mencement Committee, Prom Committee, National Honor Society. SCHULTZ, VICKIE-F.B.L.A. 1. SCHMIDT, DAVEf'Football 3, Track 3, N-Club 3, F.C.A. I, Treasurer. iv l QCUT, FIIUC I 3 i,,- Q I :SI.L0'T SCHR SELL SEN' S IC L Societ Pep SIM. SHAI "Mira I'l.T.P' ior Cl SKIP Pep l riety "I wr. X mg,-Q., f b 2, In- 1 .T.A. I, ia, Prom nmittee. 1, Key Club I, Jn Com- Iappella ish Club Vational it, Thes- v 2, Stu- Thing", 2, Vice- , Com- Honor IIC..-X. X " s SCOTT, RICHARDeChess Club 2, Vice-President, Sci- ence Club 2, Vice-President, German Club 2, Political Sci- ence Club I: Te rmrm is I. SCOTT, BILL -- -C.0.E. SCHRADER, ERNESTeeF.B.L.A. I, I-Ii-Y. SELLERS, DIANE-Y-Teens 3, Pep Club 3, A.F.S. 3. SENTER, CHRISTEENA-F.H.A. 2, C.O.E. 1. SIGLER, SUZANNE-Band 3, Pep Club 3, National Honor Society 2, "Music Manv, "My Fair Lady", "Pajama Game", Pep Band l. SIMS, JQYfeePep Club 3, Junior Achievement, G.A.A. SHADDAY, PAMeee"Music Manu, "Mrs McThing", "Miracle Worker", "Teahouse of the August Moon", F.T.A., Librarian, Thespians 3, Junior Achievement 2, Jun- ior Class Representative. SKINNER,LIVVIE --Pom-Pon Girl: Y-Teens 3, A.F.S. 2, Pep Club 3, "Music Man", "My Fair Lady", A.F.S. Va- riety Show, Senior Gift Committee. "I wonder if I circle Brenda's name seven times ...... ' SLAVIN, MARY ANN---Pep Club 2, French Club, Purgold, F.B.L.A., National Honor Society. SMALL, CHARLOTTE'--Band 3, C.Q.E. SMITH, ELIZABETH -Spanish Club 3, A.F.S., F.B.L.A., National Honor Society 2, Secretary, A.F.S. Variety Show 2, Senior Gift Committee. SMITH, PAULETTEe-Purgold Queen Attendant, Wrestling Queen Attendant, Student Council, Pep Club 3, Treasurer, Y-Teens 3, A.F.S. 2, Buss Staff, A.F.S. Variety Show, Sen- ior Cap and Gown Committee. SMOYER, CATHYeSpanish Club 3, A.F.S. Variety Show, "Music Manu, Tri-M. SNIDER, CAROL-F.H.A., Junior Degree Chairman, Pep Club 3, Y-Teens. SQUTHWICK, GAYLEeCreative Writers, Club, Russian Club 2, Political Science Club 2. SPARKS, STEVE-Purgold 2, Intramurals, Tennis, Hi-Y. SPILLMAN, LIN-Basketball Sweetheart Queen, Home- coming Attendant, Pom-Pon Girl 2, Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 3, A.F.S. Variety Show. STANCQ, KATHYiGerman Club 3, Sergeant-At-Arms, National Honor Society 2. STANLEY, BECKYAl'Teahouse of the August Moonv, C.O.E. ST.CLAIR, SUSIE-Pep Club 3, "My Fair Lady", A.F.S. 2, Secretary, Y-Teens, A.F.S. Variety Show, A Cappella, National Honor Society. STEADMAN, SHARI--Pep Club 2, FILA. STERLING, MIKEfF0otball 3, Wrestling 3, Track, In- tramurals, Prom Committee, Sweetheart King Candidate. STEVINSQN, NANCYeePep Club, Junior Achievement, H.C.C. 2, Secretary, Buzz Staff. STQUT, TOM 'fFootball 3, Co-Captain, Basketball 3, Track 3, Student Council 2, N-Club 3, President, F.C.A. 2, Presi- dent, Junior Class Sergeant-At-Arms, Senior Class Presi- dent, Sweetheart King Candidate. SLMMERS, JOHN fe-Football: Track 2, N-Club. SUNDAL, KAREN 'ePep Club 2, Purgold, "Pajama Camef SUTTERBY, LARRY-Intramurals 3, Tennis 2, Manager, Basketball Manager 2, Hi-Y 2, Chaplain, Political Science Club, Chess Club 2, Statistician, Spanish Club 2, National Honor Society 2, N-Club. SWANSON, NIARSHA'Pep Club 3, F.B.L.A., Secretary: Y-Teens, Buzz Staff, Prom Committee, Senior Cap and Cown Committee. SWEATMAN, BILL4Football 3, Wrestling 3, Track 3, N- Club 3, Vice-President, F.C.A. 2, Chaplain. T TAYLOR, JANET-C.O.E. TAYLOR, ION-N-Club 2, Sergeant-At-Arms, F.C.A., Cross Country 2, Wrestling 3, Baseball 2, Intramurals, Sweetheart King Candidate, Senior Cap and Cown Committee, Prom Committee. TORREJON DIEZ, PAL0lVIAYA.F.S. Student from Spain, A.F.S. Club, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Student Council, Purgold Staff, A.F.S. Variety Show. TREPTOW, DEBBIE-Pep Club 3, Political Science Club, Secretary, A.F.S. 2, Harmonaires, National Honor Society 2, Purgold Staff, A.F.S. Variety Show, Prom Committee, Com- mencement and Baccalaureate Committee. TURNER, MARY-Band 3, Pep Band, Secretary-Treas urer, "Pajama Came", Library Club, Vice-President, Junior Achievement, Treasurer, A Cappella, Prom Committee. V VALENTI, MARY,-'Pep Club, Prom Committee, Senior Cap and Cown Committee, Announcement Committee, F.B.L.A., Reporter. VAN ALDEN. BARBAR.-Xe 'Pep Club 2: .Nl'.S.fS1Spam-lt Club, Prom Committee, Y-Teens 21 .llllllflf V'llif'Vf'fIif'ft. Secretary, A.F.S. Variety Show: "Wy Fair l,ady": "l':t jama Came", A Cappella 2, Senior Cilt Comrnittcf-, VAN BCSKIRK. I0f Pep Club,C.O.l1i. VELASQUEZ, DAVE Football 3, Basketball 3, Baseball 3, Student Council, Sergeant-At-Arms, l".C.A., Secretary, junior Class Vice-President, .Iunior Class Representatixe- N-Club 3. VENABLE, CARYeePolitieal Science Club, Intramurals 2, National Honor Society. . VESTERCAARD, BODIL-A.F.S. Student from Denmark, Pep Club, A.I".S., A Cappella, Art Club, Vice-President, "Miracle Worker", A.F.S. Variety Show, Student Council. WADE, JIM--Pep Band, Hi-Y 2. WALKER, CREC4N-Club 3, F.C.A., Football, Track 3, Cross Country, Basketball, Intramurals 3, Student Council, Senior Cift Committee. WALSH, BILLIE IO--Library Club, F.B.L.A., Y-Teens, Spanish Club, C.A.A. WARD, I0HN4Cross Country 3, Track 3, N-Club 2. WARE, LINDAAA Cappella 2. WATT, STEVEeStudent Council 2, junior Class Repre- sentative, Tennis 3, Football, Intramurals, N-Club 3. WEBB, CONNlEeA.F.S. 3, Tri-Nl 3, Pep Club, A Cap pella 2, A.l7.S. Variety Show, Baccalaureate Committee National Honor Society. WEINZERL, BOBeeCross Country 3, Wrestling 3: Base- ball 3. WESTFALL, WAYNEeWrestling, Track 3. WESTIVIAN, CLENDAAA-Y-Teens 3, A.l'i.S. 3, Treasurer F.B.L.A., President: F.T.A., Pep Club 3, Prom Committee Senior Cap and Cown Committee, Announcement Committee junior Varsity Cheerleader. WHEELER. NIESTA A Pep Club 2: H.C.C. 2. tk. ,. XX IPI XX lI.l. xl .S 'Xlus Nlajoi rc-tary Secre W II Key 2, Ch Class WILI Politit Cerm, Societ WILI nina Spanish zvement, H. v.- , Pas Baseball rcretary, entative, iurals 2, enmark, resident, Council. Track 3 Council Y-Teens Z. is Repre 5. 1 A Cap mmittee 3, Base- reasurer mmitlce rnmittee XX lll'lSF. DAVE' fFootball, Basketball 2, Colf 3, N-Club 3, XFS., FCA. Vt IEDNI.-KN, KAREN fe-Pep Club 3, Pom-Pon Cirl, Y-Teens 3, -X.F.S. XXll,Ll.fXMS, BRENlDAmStudent Council 3, Y-Teens 2, gX.F.S. 3, Historian, Spanish Club, A.F.S. Variety Show, 'Music Man", "My Fair Lady", "Pajama Came", Head Nlajorette 3, :X Cappella, Treasurer, Sophomore Class Sec- retary-Treasurer, Junior Class Representative: Senior Class Secretary, Homecoming Queen. WILLIAMS, BRUCEAPurgold 2, Co-Editor, National Hon- or Society 2, President, N.F.L. 3, President, Treasurer, Key Club 3, Treasurer, Missouri Boys' State, Science Club 2: Chess Club 2, Basketball, Cross Country, Track, Senior Class Cift Committee. WILLIAMS, lUDY+Pep Club 2, Science Club, Secretary, Political Science Club, Y-Teens 2, Buzz Staff, French Club, Cerman Club, F.T.A., A.F.S. Variety Show, National Honor Society. WILLIAMS, PAM eF.B.LJA. Xlrs. Reynolds Chem 2 class challenges the Mission: Impossible sq w,,,. .. -a,,'fWh-.,,a,,,,,,.. . ww 9 I MW ,.., as F M . f fi ui 3. ui ZJWM' fiiwflyc fmllv, V Y . 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Introduction of the varsity basketball team brings a standing ovation from the Pep Club. 3-., 'WW' AO 155 66Miracle Worker" Junior Class Pla A heated dispute between Annie and Captain Kelli-r breaks up a lvirtlirlzix c'f'lt-liruliim. Percy becomes alarmed at Helens attraction to Nlarthais sci sors x ,W V 'Q-HW4, This year's ,lunior Class play, 6'The Miracle WOrker,,, Opened the dramatic Season with With Nlrs. Keller looking on, Helen experiments xx ith a needle and thread. two performances, October 26 and 28. Written by William Gibson, the play is the story of Annie Sullivan and her attempts to reach the blind child, Helen Kel- ler, attempts made more difficult by the love of Helenls family and their desire to isolate her from the outside world. A first for NKCHS came with the casting of one of the AFS students, Bodil Vestergaard, in the leading role of Helen. .gf :ma 2:1737 -T? ehralion, id. i if1F1 ,N , AMX, X 2 While Annie's hopes soar, Helen tries to grasp the meaning of language. lliill lFI"- lf! l'f1IlXf'X llllf' lllfliilllllfl ul cast: A doctor Kate . . Keller . Helen . . Martha . Percy . . Aunt Ev James . . Anagnos Annie . . Yiney . . Servant . X- . . . Mark Owens . . Leah Chandler . ...... Bob Cook . . . . Bodil Vestergaard . . . . Cayle Morse . . jeff Littrell .. . Amy Lawing . . . . Kent lllrieh . . . Clillord Reach . .... Mary NlCCuckin Mariellen Tompkins . . . Pain Shadday Blind Cirls ..... Pal Fuller. lfirzkiv llogguv. Nlaxim- Hendricks, Karen Larnpkins. and Becky, Janet, and Nlcrf-ditli Calalas Ollslage xoirzes ..,. Kaye Brandon, Becky Fisclu-r. Kathy Noland. Hcggi Niekol-. Sharon Ferrara. and liuflfly Um-nf Direclora . . . Nliss Nlildred lfullon. Nlrf. Paula Xlatlof-lc ,,1 N l57 Busy hands pre are 66Par Homecoming, with a theme of "Barefoot in the Parkf, was ushered in at the annual Home- coming assembly at which the seven candidates and their escorts were introduced. Soon afterward, planning became a reality as decorations were finished and set in place in the fieldhouse. On r 4ff N Homecoming night, Student Council President Ted fr Q I Bybel crowned Queen Brenda Williams at half- Y time ceremonies in which both Pep Club and Marching Band participated. Following the game, y i the Queen and her six attendants reigned over the dance held in her honor in the fieldhouse. my .f. if lb-t ing Q9 lla. Izllll 1 viii Up, Up, and away H The dance- is called oil? Stan Caskill builds his own chicken-coop. 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Under the sponsorship of Mr. Robert Blaine, the show featured such acts as "The Lemmon Sistersfl the majorettes, Stage Band, and Harmon- aires. The show also featured the AFS students them- selves demonstrating their musical talents. The audience also "got into the act" by getting to vote for their favorite number with this year's winners being Mike and Cindy Burge, a brother-sister folk- singing team. Before a psychedelic backdrop, tro- phies and ribbons were presented after the finale on the second night. tSll'l5?EET li-il: Stew PC p Penn H Dedit AFS Final .aunaauahyai ish ..-3 llarmonaires and Stage Band .... "No Business Like Show Business" Larry Scofield .,................ "Trumpet Solol' accompanied by Ann Kerr .ludi Fehrrnan and Shoni Hancock .... "Dynamic Duo" Bob Hines and Sandy llartgroxe ..... "Sweet Cliarityv Cindy and Nlike Burge . . . "Hel Cot 'lilie Whole World ln His Handsu , "Mel0dy,, Stage Band . . . ...... "Joshua" "Cherry Pointu "Sunday Morning" Stewart l,aBrooy ...... 'sSuzanne" Pep Club ......,............... "Lawrence Welle" Penny Kloepfel, Cathy Hall, Helen Baird, and Debbie Horseman ..... "Four Better Than Two" Sf"5:gf,4 Harmonaires ...... . . .......... "Shadrack,' 2 I "Bonaparte's Betreatn 'I 1 "Once ln Love With Amyw Dedicated to AFS .......... "Walk Together, Childrenn AFS Students .............. Ulf I Had A Hammerw Stewart LaBrooy, Paul Haylett-Petty, Paloma Torrejon, Bodil Vestergard, Marga Macazaga Finale Cindy and Mike Burge, First place winners 23rd STREET .jf 4,9 9 rx .Ll 165 l 5 2 .. ,. l, Et as 1 El l s Il 1 I , I ll l Po 1 Nlarx Xlxfssefrftwsamrt fl as F fr si r Pla: 1 l ll x A I , 3725 sys Q? 5 ,Sri Paulettes gambling establishment was almost raided. P.A.M. Headquarters makes another sale. sh lxi lly ' 166 ll :X l X W f lp. up, and away with candidate Renee! it ,o-'.. :J pr'-5'fi' .-3. ' mm' I The Kin is in her castle. That kiss from Chris proved to be courtesy 0 r E Hershey. Campaign apers The announcement of this yearis Purgold Queen candi- dates at the Thanksgiving assembly suddenly changed the lives of the seven candidates and their managers for the next hectic week. After a frenzied holiday of campaign meet- ings and planning sessions, students returned from vacation to he faced with a miniature carnival in the front hall. Once the initial shock wore off, students next had to adjust to the fact that each girl wanted to win! This meant "Kisses from Chris." balloons from Renee, and a wide variety of posters, pictures, and buttons. As the 3:30 p.m. Friday deadline drew near. the front hall circus disappeared just as rapidly as it had appeared while a panicked Purgold staff finished final preparations for thc second annual Royal Fanfare still a week HXSEIN. Xlllldia in the -otipmffani 1 11' -. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 11 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 il 1 1 1? 1 1. 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MW 1 ', S " 52: Q i il Q iss' g qi iii? ,iiiiii Q if iniiiwilii Q 1 1' ,ew i :MS wi g i Vi-Wifi E iliiiiififil I i xj,lIi?i-Fl it 3 1 fi -5 Ishiiii ii . gm . ii . ,ffl 4 iff Y i'i92ii??i' Qi ,A 1 M M p.p4g?Ifii .ivy , ,JM X! ii iwi pm Q ,liilii ' IN . ix' ifiii 4'w,if iwi .111 ,I V2 'iii 'ww' fi.-JH '-413 "iii ' ,,qri.i is 'ilf ii if Is I 1 1 W 1 f ilf I i li MI 1 li i 'l i M1 , , 5 M 172 1 I .K.C. Wrestlers come out on tos as Miss Paulette Smith Miss Terri King Miss Marsha Kephart 4575 6 'ws' sg ' 4451? I W, Z 'f' ' 1, QW Wi? 'M X X ,, A Q WA ii s' "'i Www is is K 5 Z 1? Q 1 Ai 'Q 1 ,Q L ,f,: ff "" 'N ,Q In R Y 2 ,,.-, ,V A 4 ' g - A . . '1V'i ,- Q V . , "" I i I OP as Tern Kang ls chosen thelr queen '19 Nw I 3 31 1. H? - 1 if V A Y 1. 4 423 X IM A IA Z I V : I 7 - 5 vm f Q , XG? 0? V. ,0 Z If A 7 ' , Q I' 'A' 'Y . Hifi if 1 iff 'Zib" W A 5 uf vs , Q' V ,Qt V, , K , K V is 6 V ,V V x if ' . t Q 5 Wx te " . 7" lv-W W,,.1f f . , 4 an , We 3 ogg if is Thf' queen and her attendants beam approval as N.K.C. goes on to vt ln tts own tournament 173 . t ..,..,.....,. .,..... ..,.-..:...........,-, ,, - 'Af , ,-1 . V K - . h , --'Q 174 Lin Spillman and Pam Bisbee admire the charms given them by the basketball team. '67 Queen Linda congratulates ,68 Queen Lin. Lin and escort Dave Velasquez ascend the stairs to the decorated stage. f F . Q Iv gi X Q I 4 Q.. sf , eag1 ball the and viex thei Nlr Nli ---W--is-Y :""-fl"-I'-11' ' ' MrV 1 .Q pi .,"'x Lin Spillman reigns over Basketball lhe -urprise is still apparent as the Queen and her attendants receixe the eongratulation ol' their lrientls. 'Z'5f,Z ,, ' . 'pai - , -' .5 .,f,.,. wg V' V Z dz ? xg qi ... ..:L 1,1 .-era Alter weeks of advanced planning and eager anticipation, the second annual basket- ball courtwarming was brought to a close with the crowning ol Miss Lin Spillman. The queen and her attendants were given charms, and iietied the remaining part ol the game from the-ir vantage point on the stage. finilx Littrell. Xlis Pam Bisbee. Queen l.in Spellman um larrriplwll. and Xliss Cris Calliham -.- .-- .....,..e.,,- ...F-4.--nv.,...-..-...M-.. , , my ZNU l 5, T A a,r A-h....-...---. . ...-...........- v.. -,..--.:, .4-.....:xa. L .-- 1 W4 175 ,N 01' E ' A r wx-'Q 176 'K ,zz .m,,? QM Maw -., - , A W 3.-Q 'sv .4 N Q-ff' X -nf: NA of-4' ,pi I-.., VW """'?i,.,, 't"5e' W , .1 ,I Jfiw-m,,, Q-0' , - . .--f? nf Yvuwwfr nu 'F X V The King and his court fleft to rightjg Joe Labella, Jon Tylor, Bill Lopez, King Tom Stout, Dave Velasquez, Morris Reed, Mike Sterling, and Bill Sweatman. rv -B9 " rn A held l Muehl by Th heart Brend way a ' 1 2- - .af .-f if-1 if' wr':'1.',-TQ'-"Y --Efrw U V ' ' - :film U ,ji .-ig . fvj. :gi'1:'fff:,':1Q,:-. 1 r Y 5 t 7' pf' 7 id Bill Sweatman, 654 Z3 A "first" was scored this year as the Sweetheart Ball was held for the first time at a downtown Kansas City hotel, the Nluehlebach. A packed ballroom danced to the music provided by The Nomads and watched as Tom Stout was crowned Sweet- lWffLU'l King. Then King Tom, with his date for the evening, iirenfla Williams, NKCHS's 1967 Homecoming Queen, led the My as the royal court was given full charge of the dance floor. ,,,, V one 1968 Sweetheart King King Tom and Queen Brenda strike a royal pose in the lobby of the Muehlebach. The King begins the first dance after the crowning ,,.. ,.s-4.......,,,W- W 'Q-CVM 1 W, ,, W ' 0 The pajama makers hurry up and waste time as the show opens with this rousing number. The Llnionized workers hold a round table discussion .... , f,,,,M.s, 178 1""'f. bf ' 1: m while Hines sings of all the time he saves. G6 Balm' Hines Prez . Joe . . Hasler Gladys Sid So Mabel First I Seconc Charlie Babe l Mae . Brenda Poopsi Salesn Pop . Works Dance Cho ru Jai C -. -K .1 ..,,5. -I ., M , NIA m!iAi5t.,,..f. yi J...-,EN 1.5 Y - - V t ,.,.1'1. .53-. :gg , '.'.-1- Y' ' ' "C A ':.-f..::: ,1,,f,'-:i.A - ' '-- Y, Y '.',-,- U --V H , , ., f -, . , .,., 4, . g-. -1-.. ...Q . , i:.,,f...,., - . .. ,- 66The Pajama Game" Babes father, played by Cliff Resch, tells of his old railroaflin' days, JI' ,K an ,, ., Wt.. ., 5, T I .if""' V A , Z, 7 , S i Q V, v Vs I f Hines . . Prez . . . loe .... Hasler . . . Gladys ..... Sid Sorokin . . Nlabel ...... lfirst Helper . Seeond Helper Charlie ..... Babe Williams llae ...... Brenda . , lloopsift . Salesman llnp . 1 I llorlwr . . . llainizers ,.,. T H E C A S T KAS They Appearl . . . . Bob Hines . . . Ted Bybel . . . Buddy Owens . . . . Ken Burdick . . . Brenda Williams ......RandyKey . . . Leah Chandler . . . . Bill Geary . . . Bill Johnston . . . . . . Don Hainkel ........KathyHeft . . . Nlary Alys Saunders . . . . . . Anita Campbell . . Nlary NleCuekin . . . Larry Dingrnan . . . ..,. Cliff Heseh Stan Caskill Bita Ely. Xlarlc Owen. Debbie Horseman, lluiil Cox. David Bowman. Kathy jahrling. Xlike Speer. . :ur . Shoni llaiivoelc. Lee Cibson. ,Indy lfehrman . zrbara Austin. Nlarcia Berk. Xlirfkey ll. ,ii .,..... Bi Bennett. Nancy Carter. Beth Fulton. Sandy llilflgmw- liilIl'l Barnes Ha wnitl,oi1g.kath Nle ndx' Hank. Stew Ke-of-li. Stuart l,a Brom. x' Noland. Bntli Ugilx ie. Nlartha Pippin. rli-ne W alkf-r. Sallie XX emi-r. lllen Strand 'QWQVW w 13 -,., inn. lm-'il' f,ll.inflI1'r and lhiif llnii finliaff in Ill' 'until I l l 1 a i 1 ? "There once was a man. . .who loved a woman. . ." 5 A Randy Key as Sid makes romantic overtures to Gladys, Ted Bybel as I portrayed by Brenda Williams. The Sleep-Tite Pajama Company's annual employees' picnic tums into a love-in and song fest. 1 l 180 Babe better at the pajama l V+- " Wx F ii yl x"X"' Lf T55 CF 2 4 5 , ., 4 xg' 'x775"Ks.l 4a2ffS'.,,, W QM X x N49 X V vm 4 .,,. , f, , I ,QR A L mmm f 5, fx 'im A 400' H gtnoik gyms du, um L? ' in 5 fx? gifguv . lf, swf 5235: bf ,f"i' 5 4 'E 1 V w -1 E v v l . x r P w ru ,r ,u H 4 1.za:vf 1 we 182 'Y' 1 I i f . I r I i I E 2 E E v 5 I 2 1 n The of quez, s Bisbee, v x Xlr. I 'Jam w M I l The officers were ,lay Jackson, vice-president: Dave Velas- quez, sergeant-al-armsg Nlary Alys Saunders, chaplain: Pam Bisbee, secretary-treasurer. tudent Council Ted Bybel President Led by Ted Bybel, Student Council maintained an active student government and promoted feelings of cooperation between the faculty and student body. Sending 100 ditty bags to our servicemen in Viet Nam, sponsoring the Chiefs-Faculty basketball game, and purchas- ing metal letters for the outdoor sign were among the many ac- complishments of Student Council this past year. Mr. John Craig again served as organization sponsor. My. l l r llr. brunt-r tries lo outsrnarl his Buddel Zi B.. Students clean out their lockers while Council members sweep up the big mess. The Ditty Bag Brigade ri Q l I , Qs 'f' , l f Q it C . , I 5 5 ,i meeting. 3 JY Christy Willsit report-A on a 183 I I I. ,I I , I I I I t I I I - 1 E I' I I I I I I I I I I 5 I I I ,. ,, I I I I I I I I II. :Ii I l I I I I I I I I I I I I I -I I I I 1 l I l I if Iv Behind every man there's a woman... rp y A Behind our teams there's the Pep Club General Officers Itop rowlz Cris Calliham, historian: Anita Campbell, vice-president: Xlary Xlys Saunders, presidentg Barbara Austin, secretary: and Paulette Smith, treasurer. Sectional officers tbottom rowlz Kathy Heft, Nlarcia Kephart, Terri King, Cindy Littrell, Nlary Wright, and Renee Brumfield. 184 'l'lic tcainx arc followed to away gaincs by their loyal fanf. ,QB ' IIINN III UM Club Neal Coforth was NKCE first boi cheer- leader. . Ian Bisbee sells balloons to gain money for Pep Club. fart' Alys il officers nd Renee 'X at N N s Q W A-ER-,... ' In the words of President Mary Alys baunders,-Pep Club s purpose is to be an in- y strument to produce enthusiasm and school spirit in the student body." With new uniforms 1 and a positive point system, the 400 members of Pep Club were able to achieve this goal. Attending meetings, making banners, putting up bulletin boards, adopting players, and yelling 3 wildly for each Hornet team were all a part of Pep Club membership. This club should be commended for the fine jobs they did in decorating for Homecoming, Wrestling Invitational, and Basketball Invitational, and also for winning second place in the Q AFS Variety Show. The sponsors for Pep Club were Mrs. Stone, Mrs. Hughes, and Mrs. Woerner. l l l i l l l ' . .5 5 ' J ,ff ' ffiwf l , ,, l.e t.::rg.:i,:,.,, . li ,i r, i Xlembers generate spirit on the way to a game to set thc mocd for a victorv. Pep Club members helped X-Club ii ith their net-di families project during the Christmas season. --s x I - . ,. : ,. - ' i Y i 186 Varsity Cheerleaders gm- The 1968 Varsity Cheerleading Squad consisted of fTop Rowj Pam Bisbee, Pam Hovland, and Julie Brown, and lBottom Row! Claudia Poteet, Donna Bash, and Diann Piraro. In their second year, the Pom-pon Girls performed at halftimes and marched with the band at all the home football games. First Row: Sherry Coyne, Lin Spillman, Jeanie McDonald, Karol Wurdack, Karen Wurdack, and Norma 'Little. Second Row: Karen Wiedman, Rita Ely, Michelle Craddock, Melody Parkinson, Jo Ann Helton and Roni Hernandez. Top Row: Kathy Hibbs, Mary Stevens, Georgia Eason, Jeannie Nlarvin, Livvie Skinner, Susie Burgess. and Kathie Claxton. ffwn Q i . 'X .Hag - Junior Varsit Y' fmt Z i , The Junior Yarsitv Cheerleaders were ileft to rightj Dottie Harper, Susie Cowden, Susan Kumpy, ,lan Coffey, janet illiams and Nlarcia Robertson. U Pom-Pon Glrls if ' Fu il 187 it ri li ia ft il ! it ii If iftj' i "i .1 . .,,. 188 Spanish Club The Spanish Club promoted better understanding of the Spanish language and customs. The club, led by Helen Baird, presidentg Elizabeth Smith, secretary, David Mathes, treasurerg and Bob Day, sergeant-at- ,arms, attended a Spanish movie, had a caroling party during Christmas, held the annual spring banquet, and preserited a scholarship at the Awards Assembly. Miss lsley and Mrs. Zagorniak were sponsors for this group. German Club The German Club was sponsored by Mr. Hender- son, who spent last year teaching in Germany, and was led to further understanding of the German language and customs by Jennifer Harvey, president, Don Hainkle, vice-president, Jo McGuaig, secretary- treasurerg and Kathy Stanco, sergeant-at-arms. French Club French Club familiarized its fifty members with the history, customs, and songs of the French people. Initiation was held in the fall, and the club was active with several money-making projects with all proceeds going into the fund for their trip to New Orleans. Kent Ulrich was president, Steve Schmidt, vice-president, Joyce Matthiesen, secretary, and Becky Staples, his- torian. Mrs. Stacer was the sponsor. Russian Club For members of the Russian Club the highlight of the year was a speech by Mrs. Michelle Hiller on her trip to Russia last summer. The officers were Shirley Britton, president, Georgianna Winfrey, vice-president, Kathy Hibbs, secretaryg Marilyn Watkins, treasurer, and Donna Sutton, sergeant-at-arms. 1. President Kent Ulrich conducts a French meeting as the members discuss their trip 10 New Orleans and decide where the money ig going to come from. 2. An album of German songs seems to hold Bay Dobie's facination during a German Club meeting. V 3. French Club initiation was held at Macken Park and prospective members were put to many tests, including going down the slide while holding eggs in their mouths. 4. The proceedings of the Spanish Club meet- ing seem to draw different reactions from the officers. 5. During the Christmas season, Spanish Club members went caroling in Briarcliff and later retumed to Judy Walsman's home for hot chocolate and donuts. 6. After listening to several selections, Russian Club members discuss Russian music. 5 a French ll' II'-ip to money is is to hold nan Club t Macken e put to the slide lub meet- from the Spanish Briarcliff n's home ielections. an music. l 1 l, 4 N 'I 3 lllljlwlllfllilffif American Field Service Club RM -f VW" ,, ' 4"""W"w-,,,,,,, "'K i r y ""-Q-W, Z3 , f 4, W. 7 fs ,ykfi ,U 155, 5 ii V, V 1 a mamma 'f A l l ll lx l i i i 5 i 4, l' 5 I 5 , il, ii is . ,il Q L n is L ll ll J tt 3 ,y 'l it i i 1 it l . 3 Q i f 3 ., li i i i'5',": ,Y -JB ses. QA " ' SHQVZ' ,lane Aim Cline won a donkey by selling magazine subscriptions to raise money for AFS. Helen Baird spent the summer in 5 f .. V, ' f f. 7"'t . 'W fbi: 'wg f Q f .ff . f Y , - zff , ' !!f.L7i2Q sig ., -- - , lllv , f fyi W ' f t A, A X fl, f ' , N Austria through the Americans NKC was the only high school in the greater Kansas City area that had five foreign scholars. Abroad Program. 1 IQ 4443 gr 3, 2 - Qi Ks 190 The American Field Service Club, sponsored by Mr. Blaine and Mr. McClure, helps to promote better understanding and peace in the world by raising money to finance an international exchange program which brings foreign students to our school. Under the leadership of Stan Cas- kill, presidentg Susan St. Clair, Secretaryg Glenda Westman, treasurer: and Helen Baird, parliamentarian, this year the club sponsored the AFS Variety Show and sold magazine subscriptions and Bells for Peace. .. t we J 1. X , H M, it G ,i Y -1 A, 1 l I t. K I Q if-N-s ,Kew ll uni 'Wan- ssg, ' .. . NY. 5 1 :'Zf.?q , fi Mr. orld wich 'w JES- I'CI'Q SFS 2 gina.. Q51 PALOMA ll init 'i N l I llllll IE , lit i 5 M2322 Wwmww X, f , , Paloma and her sister Diane Sellers. Northtown was privileged to have as one of its AFS stu- dents Paloma Torrejon from Madrid, Spain. She lived with the Roscoe W. Sellers family who went to Spain last summer to meet her. Paloma commented, "I enjoy everything except my speeches. With everybody looking at me, I get red, red, redl" Paloma was active in AFS, Spanish Club, Pep Club, and she was a member of the Purgold Staff. Upon returning to Spain, she plans to begin her training as an airline steward- ess. 191 Paul Haylett-Petty, a lively student from South Africa, came in early October to live with the Theodore Bybel family immediately after having been in the South African Navy for nine months. On his arrival, he stated, "l felt at home straight away." He found he ate a lot more ice cream here since he liked to make all sorts of concoctions. Upon re- tuming to South Africa, Paul plans to work for six months, then go on to college and become a history or geography teacher, but he would also like to be a Hmotor-racer." Xt 4. X Paul and his brother Ted Bybel. The Henry J. St. Clair family gained a new mem- ber this year, welcoming Bodil Vestergaard from Den- mark. Bodi commented, "I like your many activities after school because it makes the school a place where SCHOOL di and hcr sister Susan St. Clair. you not only study, but also have funf, She especially enjoyed our dating system and different kinds of ice cream, pie, and jello. lfpon returning to Denmark, she will continue her education and will remember this year as giving her "so many things that will be important to me the rest of my life." BUDI 193 4 I kk sf X. i ll H 1941 iorcsqn To lum: if? f, if is Is , , it , vim-ug Stewart and his brother Randy Core. A familiar face in the halls of NKC was that of Stewart Labrooy, our foreign exchange student from Malaysia. Stewart said of his American family, the Will- iam I. Cores, "They're a wonderful bunch," .and tells of the time he came home after performing in "The Pajama Came" and his mother thought he was a burglar. His favorite subjects were Chemistry II and physics and he hopes to go into chemical engineering. He stated, "I like Northtown for the people in it," and the people at Northtown liked Stewart! iiniswwss, maxi. f . - V L . ,. . . M., Q.. , A ...M..t. .X.. ,ffr V ,M as-av-.... x My-........., ,,, was that of udent from y, the Will- ,and tells of The Pajama nurglar. His sics and he stated, "I ie people at MARGA Marga and her sister Marcia Robertson. Margarita Macazaga, better known to Homets as Marga came to Northtown this year from Mar del Plata, Argentina, under the Rotary program. When Marga first arrived, she couldn't speak English at all and that caused some funny problems in school and with her American family, the Jack B. Robertsons. As for American food, she commented, "Americans comen mucho dulce," or Americans eat many sweets. When Marga returns to Argentina, she plans to con- tinue her studies and hopes to become a lawyer. 195 t, a l li E . l 1 l i i i i l. it ll 5 l 1 l 4 Y-Teens helped each girl to grow as a person and prmlflefl x and sponsored the World Week of Prayer and Sweetheart Ball. M 7 Wx f' We We The ballots for Sweetheart King were eagerly counted. v , 0 0 0 1 Students develop emzenshlp a Nlr. Walker provided an interesting meeting for Key Club by giving a demonstration of hypnotism. 196 Key lub service to the community. Under the leadership of Pat Harris, pnggl, ,lx dentg Pam Bisbee, vice-presidentg Jan Bisbee, secretaryg jo Bum. idge, treasurer, and Melody Parkinson and Susan Kumpy, historians, xg the club helped with the Humboldt children, published the Buzz Book, .1 l l l I 4 4 The girl Y-Teens i88 lxey Kiw The llimi ld provided arris, presj. 'L JO Burn. , historians, Buzz Book, 3all. The girls from llumbolt enjoyed a Halloween party given by Y-Teens. Y-Teens andserve the communit ub Key Club provided popcorn for hungry Hornet fans throughout the year. The purpose of Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, was to be of service to school and Community. its activities included taking tickets and selling popcorn at all the school athletic events. The officers were Kevin Henricks, president? Buddy Owens, vice-president, Dean West, secretary Hfld Bruce Williams, treasurer. The sponsors were Mr. llirni and Xlr. Coonley. A new club was initiated at Northtown this year with the objective of creating an interest in state government by making use of the "Youth in Govern- mentw program of the YMCA. This group was headed by Dwight Carmichael, presidentg Dennis Lee, vice- presidentg Bob Day, secretary-treasurerg Mark James, sergeant-at-armsg and Clint Mallory and Larry Dobson, chaplains. Hi-Y 4 Q Hi-Y members discuss their plans lur attending the VH-slerii District lloiiveiitiuri. X.. 197 Hornets ursue their mteresz and ' P o 0 All students enrolled in a business course were eligible to join the Future Business Leaders of America. The activities of FBLA included hearing a speaker from Youth Opportunity, touring Farm- land Industries, and hosting the district conven- tion. These activities were directed by Glenda Westman, president, Linda Lock, vice-president, Marsha Swanson, secretaryg Judy House, treas- urer, and Mary Valenti, reporter. The club's sponsor was Mr. Moore. FBLA l-'BLA members sang at the Old Folks' Home during the Christmas season. ay if xc 'size -Kyiv "Y 'Zf W, W if 24 43.5. 'C42 JZ! f ff N I , ffl? Mr. Skinner and Mr. McClure warn FTA members ol the perils of a teaching career. FTA Along with studying the teaching profes- sion, the Future Teachers of America were responsible for helping the counseling depart- ment with College Night and for sending mem- bers to work in St. Patrick's Training School. FTA was under the leadership of Lois Amick, presidentg Laurie Schlesselman, vice president, Kathy Nance, secretary, Sandy Fairchild, treasurer, Bob Fryer, historiang Pam Shadday, librariang and Miss McClintock and Mrs. Shatto, sponsors. , l Wests d PTBPUTB fm' future vocations Jan Bisbee serves punch at the Christmas party. 1bers of the 5 Y - n w- i 1 9 1 i 1 A 9 4, 7 V fi.aM,L l . f ing profes- erica were ing depart- iding mem- ng School. ois Amick. an, vice yg Sandy historian: Vlcfllintock A car wash can be an exhausting experience! The Future Homemakers of America made tray favors for the children at Mercy Hospital, sent three representatives to the state meeting at Jef- ferson City, sponsored a car wash, and had various speakers attend their meetings. With Miss Stegner and Mrs. Dickensheets as club sponsors, Jackie Williams acted as president, Marcia Kephart as vice-president, Nancy Rule as secretary, Jan Bis- bee as treasurer, Cheryl McKisson as reporter, and Karol Snider as degree chairman. www 199 Art Club For artistic students, Art Club provided an opportunity for them to develop and use their talent. The club visited the Art Gallery and sponsored the annual Art Fair. Mr. Price and Miss Frost sponsored this club whose activities were led by Jo McCuaig, presidentg Bodil Vestergaard, vice-presidentg and Glenda McCoy, secretary-treasurer. Thespians Kent Ulrich, Suzi Sigler, and Bob Hines chat in UMKC theater. it as .gli the lobby of the :Q 1 Wi, 5 ,fn 7 .ls f sf wg? , W 45 l Leah Chandler presides over a Thespian meeting. Under the leadership of president Leah Chandler, vice-president Randy Key, secretary Sandy Hartgrove. treasurer Kathy lleft, and clerk Mary McCuckin, the National Thespian Society attended 21 play at the UMKC theater and actively promoted the school plays and musical. The sponsor for Thespians was Miss lfulton. oral peti clul helc Noi pre: Coy Tri-M l l President Ruthie Ogilvie happily conducts a Tri-M meeting. The National Forensic League is an hon- orary organization lor those active in com- petitive work in speech and dramatics. The club, sponsored by Miss Hale and Miss Fulton, held the annual invitational tournament in rice-president Noveinberi The officers were Bruce Williams, iy Hell, and presidentg Becky Blair, vice-presidentg Susie 1 attended Howden, secretary: and Bob Hines, treasurer- school plu M ' fn. Creating an interest in music and music appreciation as well as providing an outlet for musical talent was the purpose of Modern Music Masters. The club was under the leadership of Ruthie Ogilvie, president, janet Barnes, vice-presidentg Pam Hovland, secretary, Mary Alys Saunders, treasurerg and Susan Parisi, historian. Mr. White and Mrs. Meloan served as sponsors. NFL members board the bus that will carry them to another tournament. Forensic League ., 1' We 5 f s- f 1 , use Z fl" I f Q QW f ffl I ' MM' at D 201 ' 1 f I I ts. 1 ,, I Hi I I . it I , I I il i I I I I I I I I Qi I 1, ,. II I i I i : I I. I I Ii II I, s I we It PI I I 5, II ' r 1 I I wt I III 433 fl III II fl I I ,ll If SI fl II IE -'I fr II fl I I il 'I I I fm! 'LI it Ii I? I .III it I .rs I" 202 X ,IA members find it's hard sometimes to balance the books. Junior Achievement Several students from Northtown acli-.f'!, participated in Junior Achievement. This pu,-, pose of .lunior Achievement was to lamiliamf young people with the workings of big businc-f, In the Antioch shopping center, they set up mock corporations, manufactured their own products, and sold them. The highlight ol thc year was the crowning of the greater Kansas City Mr. and Miss Executives at a dance held at the Hotel Muehlebach on March 2. actively The pur- miliarize business. I set up eir own it of the Kansas nce held The Health Careers Club, formerly known as the Future Nurses' Club, encouraged an in- terest in personal and community health and in the various career opportunities in medicine. This year the club visited hospitals and heard guest speakers on subjects related to the medical field. The club, sponsored by Mrs. Beigel, was led by Patty Ness, president, Terry Johnson, vice- president, Nancy Stevenson, secretary, Martha Richardson, treasurerg and Linda Randall, historian. Health Careers lub During the Christmas season HCC members made scrap books and decorated a iciitgcal Scieglce qllibldmetmseri Cpolilgglpated in the mock Christmas tree to take to an Old Folks' Home, . ecuritv ounci e a ar - ... .-..,.,'.. ..QY..1..Q:M,.......:,.. The Political Science Club at- tended a speech by George Wallace, sent four representatives to the City Hall High School Day, and had several speakers such as Dr. Hauptman and Alvin Brooks. The club was led by Larry Dobson, president, Clint Mallory, vice-president, Debbie Treptow, sec- retary, and Rick Liverman, treasurer. Political Science wg-,.T..-sL-L.g.z.1.g,,...1..-fT.L,... .,,.2v.,4.L.,-MJ- Lux-...-..:: .,L.-L...-i.-,au . L .st fv 203 204 Librar lub The reorganized Library Club was led by Lois Amick, president, Mary Tumer, vice-president, Terri King, secretaryg Sandy Hartgrove, treasurer, and Patty Ness, historian. In October this club sponsored the Book Fair, sell- ing all types of paperback books to the student body and faculty. The club also had a Christmas party and was responsible for decorating the library during this season. Their biggest project was sponsoring a bus trip to see s'Cone with the Windw at the Glenwood Theater. Miss Cavan served as the sponsor for this group. aawt 1 ' 2 Z 1 Chess Club i The Chess Club, under the sponsorship S of Mr. Cole and Mr. Cummings, was or- ganized to teach interested students how to play chess and provide competition for those who knew how to play. The officers were Dan Marthaler, president, Richard Scott, vice-president, Cheryl Bode, secre- taryg Dee Ivey, treasurerg and Larry Sut- terby, scorekeeper. Dan Nlarthaler and Clifford Nlusser match wits over the chess board. About l00 pf Club, A lbout 100 people took advantage of the opportunity to see a showing of Gone with the Vx ind sponsored by the Library The Science Club enabled students to pursue their interests in science. The club, sponsored by Mr. Craig, carried out experiments during the meetings under the leadership of Lar- ry Dobson, presidentg Richard Scott, vice-president, and Judy Williams, secretary. MK rrx Dillbflll-5 attention is helfl by Ille' Xxirnsluurst la i , ilcflrif-ily rnurthinv-. I i 206 irls' Recreation Association CRA attended ping-pong, badminton, and basketball tournaments at Baytown South, and also sponsored a volleyball tournament for clubs at NKC. Besides par- ticipating in sports activities, they also took a week-, end trip to Colorado in the spring. They were directed by Mrs. Woerner, sponsor, and Martha Richardson, president, Linda Hayden, vice-president, Cindy Brown, secretary-treasurer, Earlene Jones, sergeant-at-arms, Linda Coons, sports manager, and ,Io Nichols, historian. L X CRA members enjoy the Christmas party held at Mrs. Hughes' home. N-Club, organized to serve the school and com- munity, was composed of boys who had lettered in one or more varsity sports. Their big project of the year was adopting several needy families at Christmastime. They also sponsored the Decathalon in the spring. The club, sponsored by Coach Crouthers, was led by Tom Stout, president, Bill Sweatman, vice-president, Les Alpers, secretary-treasurer, and jon Taylor, ser- geant-at-arms. U 5 f Z of ff W , ,f.., fx W, X V Z Top man, Long. Nlickf Albri, Les . H armonaires Top row, left to right: Bill NlcReynolds, Neal Coforth, Danny Zimmer- man, Rick Liverman, Bob Behrends. Cary Hummel, Bob Hines, Scott Long, Clen Strang, Rick Swetnam. Middle row. Stan Caskill, Kathy Heft, Nlickey Bennett, Jane Cline, Brenda Williams. Debbie Treptow, Ariel Albright, ,Ian Harris, Leah Chandler, Nancy Carter, Susie Sadler, Anita Les Alpers reports on the Christmas project. Campbell, Don Hainkel. Bottom row: Sallie' Werner, Janet Barnes, Sandy Kritz, Ruthie Ogilvie, Kris Stewart, Sandy Townsend, Nlartha Pippin. Not pictured: Buddy Owens, Stewart LaBrooy, Larry Dingman, Beth Fulton, Regina Caple, Cindy Burge, Bobbie Mitchell, Ted Bybel, Bill Geary, Jerry Stevens, Ken Burdick, Clifford Prentice. Harmonaires, composed of se- lected vocal music students, was formed three years ago by the director, Mrs. Meloan, for the purpose of giv- ing musical performances. This year, stylish new uniforms arrived just in time for the AFS Variety Show. This group also sang for the neighborhood council, Farmland Industries, and at a banquet held by the Kiwanis Club. 207 t Tl l I -4 QI l lil l I I l l i l ll l 'T l pl iv, it Ill 4 , i li l li V , I l Pep Band From 'sCeorgy Girl" to "Alma Materf, the 26 selected musicians comprising the Pep Band provided peppy music at basketball games for the Pep Club to clap to and the Pom-Pon Girls to perform to. NKC's Pep Band was under the supervision of Mr. Pat White. The exciting music of Pep Band was instrumental in setting the mood for a victory. One of the oustanding performances of the majorettes took place during the Oak Park loo! ball game where they twirled fire. 208 f: Oak Park fool- For the second year, the NKC Marching Band has been led by girls. Drum Majoretteg Linda Acord and Ceorgianna Winfrey led the band in parades and in half-time ceremonies at football games. Drum M ajorettes The 1967-68 Drum Nlajorettcs were Ceorgianna Winfrey lleftl and Linda Aeord. ,,, my 'V 7,,,,,..,.w,,,,,,.fwav- I The INKC Nlajorettes were Debbi Horseman, Helen Baird, Judi Fehrman, Shoni Hancock. Brenda Williariis. Penny Kloepful. and Cathy Hall. a 'o rettes Stepping high to the music of the Marching Band this year were Brenda Williams, Helen Baird, Judi Fehrman, Penny Kloepful, Cathy Hall, Shoni Hancock, and Debbi Horse- man, the 1967-68 Majorettes. Besides marching with the band in parades, they also per- formed with thern at football half-time ceremonies, comingyup with such spectacular routines as twirling with hoop batons and fire. 209 f . 1 1 - - ' - . ., .-, ,.,.1W-,.........,....x... . ., 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ,- X3 National Honor Society candidates take the pledge of membership administered by Mr. Frazier. Mis. Patterson, the guest speaker, challenged the NHS members to be the responsible leaders of tomorrow. To be chosen as a member of National Honor Society is one of the highest honors which can be bestowed upon a student. Membership is granted in recognition of the qualities of high scholarship, good character, leadership, and service. This year fifty seniors were admitted into the club in addition to the eight- een second-year members who were announced at the 1967 Y. Awards Assembly. The officers were Bruce Williams, presi- 4,5 dentg Renee Brumfield, vice-presidentg Elizabeth Smith, secre- taryg and Kathy Heft, treasurer. NHS was sponsored by Miss for Bamett and Mrs. Reynolds. . Q ,,.-,,,,- --7, --,a-,f:.-4. f -- 1-1 - 4-V--f sw P. -' vw-' -"f ' , .,. , ,. , , V- - - . .,.. .. . . After the recognition ceremony, punch was served for the new members and their families. 211 I II I I I I I I I 5 ,Ii I I , , II ip WAI I in 4: I I I 1 ki I II I 1 8 QI Iflw IIQII if' II WI I I ,Jill- I I i I lf? .I :I Ii I I II I 'I . Budi I 'I Liiiiia Spencer Steve Sparks Paul Haylett-Petty 1., , Debbie Treptow Pat Harris Lois Amick Karen Sundal Jackie Wehner Lauri Eyton Richard Hodge, Co-editor RW get 91 Q O 9 Mg ll led Bybel Nlary Ann Slavin Sherri Luelhje Buddy OM N Nlr. Leimkuh,li:r Renee Brumlield Stewart Labrooy Larry Dingman Louix Xliller Linda Lock Kathy Hibbs Barb Austin Bruce Williams, Co-editor QQMW l 4. J' 'Y i , . 1 l g 0 , l 5 i if , yy ir,, i . , X Mk 2 , , 1 ' a X l i i l Q i 4 ffl A it s K I f ,, 9 f 2 v 3,1 'sw-M-" i Z r.i S Paloma Torrejon 'Qu 92 law NWA , ' w lf y. iw Q ag . f"""' -in 'Sq W f, . , , ff Wi 4 W , ,, Q qw' , www Q i W3 an . z W S ta 214 POR T Th High S1 to the 1 their lc iant att McMil three Q40-14 I1 The 1967-1968 football season at North Kansas City High School got off to an ominous beginning with a 14-8 loss to the Knights from Southeast who were seeking revenge for their loss to the Hornets the previous year. In spite of val- iant attempts by such outstanding players as Tom Stout, Hick MclV1illian, and Dave Schmidt, the Hornets lost their next three outings to Shawnee Mission East C33-75, Cerltffbr 140-147, and Raytown South Q14-71. In one of the wettest games ever remembered, by loyal W , Hornet football fans, the Hornets defeated the William Chris- man Bears by a score of 21-0. Velasquez, Crain, Sweatman, Schmidt and Tim lV1clVlillian all helped in this victory. Another victory quickly followed with a 22-6 win over Ruskin. But with a disappointing loss to Truman at NKC's Homecoming, 20-13, the season took another turn for the worse and ended with two more defeats, the first at the hands of Rockhurst, 19-0, and then the season's finale, Oak Park, 26-O. 91 'vi 215 216 Les Apers - Mark McCall - Tim McMillian Tom Stout - Bill Sweatman Kirk Weber - LETTERMEN HONORS All Conf. Honorable Mention jr. Lineman of the year Jr. Back of the year All Conf. Honorable Mention Sr. Back of the year "Most Inspirational Player" All Conf. Team Sr. Lineman ofthe year Most outstanding defensive player :E ' ' ' - - - :HM . :gr f' a... -cu-, - -1+ , .- ff :A . A -f' ., r ,, ., ,., . .N A. 217 WWKJA M, 1, M, We I 218 E.. X 1 I x ,0- ,JC 7 A ,., J f,n H, .fa J, i Q 1 ,J X QQ fx ' 44. . , gf Zfll ,jx ,f-.IQ 5 41? l- I .1 f li any fs 1 D 4' i ' S uv, , Q Q x 1 0 ,Q -x "0 41 5 V ,f f 'Fl f ! ,. in , 9. , j N K A VV S y. IZ:-Z if . V ww X -W . V ,,,V I V ,Q Q Q 1 , cy 4 uv MQW' ' ,f 4 ' ' -, .,., -J iv 4- , 2 f Q. my ,Q 1 Y X, ,Z , X. I ,.- M ,, . , Vi ' 4 'M f A A f 8 ' 1 ,, ,f X 1 - ? A 4 W Z 4 A ,X . .Jr X XZ! I 2. 4 ,s I 0 ' , ff ff ' 'K f ' f X as 1 Hamm X ' A 71 f ff fx , f 1 I fi Z.. , Q . ., f' f M' 2 , ff Q I f Q I 2 , W li. 'L V ml A ,... ,V,, A , A H lf, , X , ,I ,W 4 , ,Z A. V X f f A W W - , f , f Q A , ,V 3 1 i X ,W , Ja y, I V1 ff? 2 I If? , V V . 517 5 ' 4 PQQW Jwfiffv' 0 ,. ffm' U -, ' ,f Z' " J' VV'-'Z -,Z YP" .f4'f,f"' "I " f ' " f f' fi ff f 5 lv fn fin, If f ' , ,,,' Q 7 f f W ' - Q , 2 A .0 , H , K I 4 if yy f ff f , f L 1 f , V v f if 'M 'W 'W f A , f I "1 4 ,M if ' X' X , ,f , V X ' - , , ..., V.. ,. L.., ,V 1- ,, X, 2 .W 222 rl Head Coach Francis Galbraith Var it X 1 5 Nw N Asst. Coach Asst. Coach joe Crouthers Leland O'Dell 31 ' W ,...mud.b., Les Alpers 2 yr. letlerman Dwain Crain 3 yr. letterman W--A ,fx X X jav jackson 2 vr. lellerman Z2 J im Bartels 1 yr. letterman wi . ,- 'Q?.m.'37-Qv"f?'. 1 sr,-V Ray Dobie 1 yr. letlerman -Z sevfiffwi 'W' , Bill Johnston 1 yr. lelterman .-.,:.-. V. ,. F ,.. W. .-., ,- ...,,Y.. f.. ....-,,--,.-..., ... ,L 'f 93 ' we 'JP' Rick Burch 1 yr. letlerman Ed Gillem 2 yr letterman Q 2 . ,fw .wks Tom Laticr 2 yr. letlcrman Bill Coons 1 yr. letterman fmt new Richard Hardin 2 yr. letterman 1' wx-an , M vm X 11 , A Nlark Nlcliall 2 yr, lctlcrman 223 , I I I I I 4 I I I I I I I I F II I I I I I I I ,. I I I I I I I I I , I I I 224 53 f" 'lf' . . .I in tx. 'fn ' Stanilcliinney l yr letterman w3...' V 'Q 7 .lim O'Dell 1 yr. letterman f,f"'? Nlike Sadler l yr letterman v 2 I., UQ' Rick McMillian Tim Nlcllflillian Hon Norrcd 1 yr letterman. I yr letterman l yr letterman am l-,'0i'W If? ' Wy ,, -1 X, , A Q 1, new-in wi ff , LMI fm? N 4 M Y Charley Pierce l yr letterman Dave Schmidt 2 yr letterman wi W Y' ai:-w"'N 'J' I E , Lx Bill Renner l yr letterman Randy Scobee 1 yr letterman Harold Roberts 2 yr. letlerman How ard Sheehan l yr. lettcrman D 1 .,,,,.r ii, .... j ' Q, ,.,-'11 335 -I.:,. ff I ww- I 7 :C lf A B 3 C ,H 3.1. f 1 L-f 'ifvie' 1 Sig I Tf53f.EiH'f2 lS 2 W Danny Sissom 1 yr lctterman 'W' Bill Sweatinun 3 yr. letterman Co-Captain ,A fr if-fe Q Kirk W f-lier 2 xr. lvlterman W ,QS 4. 1 if Nw I Wffvrigz, f4if4'z? M i e it 1- g 2 ' Z I , yn , x K, Mike Sterling 1 yr letterman 9, X skein -2:35, r - Fred llptegrove l yr lelterman e K I , 4 l, l -e"' l'1'J' fu l 5 if- - v -p ,JE gf X 'J'-. .. yi, f. 17 -.-1 17?-4, . if 1- f v,-f'HJl'2Q'l5'-i Greg Wilkinson l yr. lelterman ?fif?l?ifa'i?f4 I 1 yi .mls Torn Stout 2 yr. letterman Co-Captain --14 l Q Dennis Vaughn 1 yr. letterman .Ai f A 'cf-W I Dick Young 3 xr. letlerman 226 Sophomore Record N.K.C. vs. 7 N.K.C. vs. 0 N.K.C. vs. 20 N.K.C. vs. 0 N.K.C. vs. 21 N.K.C. vs. 12 N.K.C. vs. 0 Oak Park 13 Center 24 William Chrisman 0 Ruskin 7 Truman 0 Baytown South 0 Baytown 7 I ophomores First row: Coach Charles Booth. Coach Dan jenisch, Darryl Devine, Ray Scheid, Pat Mael, Marvin Taylor, Russel Van Ness. Nlike Speer, Johnny Spotts, Wayne Leer, Craig Maddox, Cene Litteken, Brad Carnes, Jim Claunch. Second ron: ,lohn Louman, Slau lloll. Jerry Shipe. Danny Velasquez, Doug Lee, Mark Fain, Doug Brown, Tom Curley, Jim Talbot, Dale Nlclfowen, Cliff Belcher, Nlark Nigro, Coach Larry Kruse. Third row: Kim Christainsen, Jim Kidwell, Cary Fulwider, Chester Rcmingwn- Hay Hastings, Nlark Douglas, Terry Shepherd, Cary Sachs, Rick Davir- Clydc NlcConnell. :rm wi .- 1 4,55 f ,,,, ,Q 2 M? ff' f Q Q jigs a First Xlikf Butl4 nfl"sw-eewaffsftassgaffsg ' if . t a V I 4,3gqWxxN z .s , V V First row: Clarence :Xitkg-ii. 'll-d Schaeffer, Rick Roberts, Dennis Vaughn, Scott Long, Third ron: jim Bartels, Chris Weber. Lydon Chililvrs. i Xlike Burton, ,-Xl Hoppert. Sei-ond row: Randy Scobee, Jim O'Dell, jack Steve Finnell,Steve Shannon. Butler. Curtis Ward. Xlike Horn. Howard Sheehan, Greg Wilkerson, Junior Varsit f 6 f , NK.C. 1 0 N.K.C. Coach Jerry Diehl 0 N.K.C. 0 N.K.C. O N.K.C. Larry' Kruse. 'liliinl Chester liCl'Tllllh-ylml' Sachs. Rick DH 7 N.K.C, 18 junior Varsity Record vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. VS. VS. - - .1 . - . ,,,, .,.- yy.-.1...1-.,h.s.....,-.....-e,-Q-,Kev----f-1 ' 'A '- ,...,-mn-:. ..'..-. ps.. -..,.. .. - Shawnee Mission East 6 Center 13 Haytown South 7 William Chrisrnan 20 Ruskin O Truman l9 Hocrkhursl 12 .,25L.:1 ,J-5.4-X-I :La i ' x..x.il 227 4 I N N E i 1 1 1 i 5 3 I William C hribrnan Oak Park Oak Park Liberty 68 Ruskin Invitational Center 35 Central Invitational Truman 23 Grandview 32 Raytown 30 Conference Digtrict State H arners Take Dlstrwt Tztle NKC NKC NKC 40 N.K.C. 32 15th N.K.C. 52 3rd N.K.C 39 N.K.C 24 N.K.C. 32 7th lst 13th Lee s Summit Raytown Lee S Summit 39 Raytown South 27 Central 38 Fort Osage 68 Fort Osage 59 The Crow Countri' team spring- into action on the neu Seniinary Course. NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC BASKETBALL SCORES Lee's Summit Northeast Liberty Baytown South Oak Park Truman Ruskin Center William Chrisman Raytown Raytown South Oak Park Truman Ruskin Raytown Center William Chrisrnan NKC Tournament Consolation Champion I 4 Ii? fi K 5 mf ,,,f"sVf,f 2 5 Fil wsu., - WW7""""" -1- QE .a AG' f f vw f Sk X ix ,!4g W 7 Q iyfkr -, 1 K' f xi .f x fy W sf 1 f X ww Z II pa x Qu S f E! 549 5 The biggest game of the season for the Homets showed the NKC cagers superior in ball-handling to the Oak Park Northmen. The shorter North Kansas City team was able to crush the Oakies, visions of victory with a final score of 58-53. The Truman Patriots pulled away from Northtown in the last half of the duel to force NKC to accept a 58-47 defeat. The following game proved frustrating to the Hornet team as the Ruskin Eagles defeated NKC 37-35 with a tip in at the final buzzer. The fight to the finish showed both teams hitting 3579. Hornet scoring punch was led by Tom Stout and Dick Young. lt was another of the many close games in which Center defeated NKC. In two overtimes, the Yellowjackets managed to defeat the Hornet cagers 74-73. The William Chrisman Bears ran away with the game at their home court. The encouter started out very good, both offensively and defensively, but the Bears gradually racked up enough baskets to win a 64-53 victory. Raytown followed in Chrisman's footsteps by pulling away early in the game. The Hornets, led in scoring by Tom Stout and Les Alpers, never challenged the Bluejays. Raytown pocketed the game with a score of 64-49. Raytown South kept pace with her sister school by following up with a 77-53 victory over NKC. Despite the previous defeats, the Hornet Five stirred NKC fans by defeating Oak Park for the second time. The Homets crushed the Oakies with the final tally reading 68- 54. Truman put the Hornets into a rut again by defeating NKC 62-55 on the Truman home boards. With the Hornets ahead by eight points in the fourth quarter, the Ruskin Eagles spoiled a North Kansas City victory by struggling to a three point lead at the buzzer. The final score showed the Eagles ahead 54-51. The next game displayed no improve- ment as the Homets were defeated by Raytown with a tally of 58-5l. The Center squad, rated third in conference, showed their skills to the Hornets at Center Senior lligh School. Les Alpersl total of 34 points for the game could not top the scoring of the Yellowjackets. The final buzzer showed the Hornets on the short end of a 75-62 score. The William Chrisman game reaped no honors for the Hornets. A score of 61-51 closed the North Kansas City basketball season 233 .2251 lglLfY1'J!3!S , -4118 15,5 K ,L i rg, M.. 4.:.,.... H...-gang.. ....L...L...g '.4L..,.g2.1,g..g.g.....:..,+y .:4g,j.L.....g...1.4.4.-4-.-........:t...,..,.-' V -- .. ......,: .... Attempts to get control 0 S f S 236 Q Inu J I . H 1 4 A w 1 1 Q brought the Hornet cagers 1 i ztrol of the elusive basketball 1gerS gap m arms more than once I X I I I f' 4 2a I I I I I I I swam if NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC N KC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC Junior Varsity Lee's Summit Northeast Liberty Raytown South Oak Park Truman Ruskin Center William Chrisman Raytown Raytown South Oak Park Truman Ruskin Raytown Center William Chrisman JUNIOR VARSITY, Front row: Rex Majors, Larry Roland, Kevin Gerchefske, Mike Sadler. Back row: Robin Hulen, Jeff Baxter, Greg Wilkerson, Bob Hiatt, Woody Dunning. NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC SOPHONTORL SOI AD. First row: Alan Wiiest. Nlark Sadler. Wayne Leer. Xlark Helter. g Cary u- ? Lib! Uf'Z. im Callow. lxiim 'Christiansen Second row: Leonard Livesay. Dean Nlobur . V ider, fllill li:-li-lit-r, Mary biiaxze. Craig Shour. Third row: Doug Lee, Danny W l l Dale Nl:-l-lumen, lxris Kramer. and Tim Wilson. Sophomores William Chrisman Truman Oak Park Park Hill Ruskin Raytown Wyandotte Raytown South Center William Chrisman Truman Park Hill Ruskin Raytown Raytown South Center 239 2 ffy' f 1 1 ff Steve Cain 1 yr Morris Reed 2 yr. , fa x wwfq, ,N Y rear Q., 44 4" ffm X Craig Jacob 2 yr. Tom Latier 1 yr. Arthur Loepp lyr. Managers David Velasquez 2 yr. Dick Young. 1 yr. Dan Manhalef 1 Y'- N E L ws in - - LarrySutterby lyr. l 241 W ESTLI G Won 9 Lost 3 NKC 31 N KC 38 NKC 21 NKC 16 NKC 33 NKC 15 NKC 39 N KC 36 N KC 22 N KC 39 NKC 26 NKC 20 NKC Tournament lst Ruskin Quadrangular lst Conference 2nd District lst Regional 2nd Raytown South 18 William Chrisman 8 . Northwest 24 Riverview Gardens 26 Truman 1 1 Oak Park 27 St. Pius 3 Excelsior Springs 13 Center 18 Ruskin 3 Leavenworth 23 Oak Park 17 'T 7 1 South Chrisman :st w Cardens k r Springs forth k joe Crouthers Head Coach jerry Diehl Assistant The North Kansas City wrestlers had a very successful season. Under the guidance of Coaches Joe Crouthers and Jerry Diehl they won 10 meets and lost only 2. They placed first in the North Kansas City Tourney and first in the Ruskin Quadrangular. Taking second in conference and first in district, the Hornets sent Joe Labella, Bill Sweatman, and Dwain Crain to the State meet. Joe Lahella took first in his weight class thus making the second consecutive year he was a State Champion. State champ joe LaBella in act-ion against Burwell of Oak Park. 244 'lk Rick Roberts I yr. ,Ion Taylor 2 yr. 3rd District Ist NKC Invitational . lst Conference lst District JOE LABELLA 3 yr. 2nd NKC Toumey 2nd Conference Ist District Ist Regional lst State Provisional Lettermen Knot picturedjz .lim Westfall and Mack Kitchen Mark Whiteside 2 yr. Bob Weinzerl 2 yr. Steve Wood I yr. Pat Muller I yr. Mike Sterling I yr. 3rd NKC Invitational 3rd NKC Invitational 3rd NKC Invitational lst Conference 3rd Conference 3rd District Ist Conference 151 District Ist District . lst District 3rd Regional 3rd Regional l Dwain Crain 1 yr. Stan McKinney I yr. Bill Sweatman 3 yr. Ray Dobie I yr. jim 0'DeIl I yr. lst NKC Invitational Ist District lst NKC Invitational 3rd District 2nd Conference 3rd Regional 2nd Conference lst District Ist District lst Regional lst Regional an ASKETBALL 1 TRAMURAL The 1968 Intramural Basketball Champions are lliow ll Harry Rose, Steve Watt, Nlark james, Dennis Lee, and Cliow 2j ,lack Hale Ste e Slannon Kirk Hale and Larry Reel Watt Kirkpatrick Hodge Christianson Summers Norton Kevil Bryant STANDINGS Won Lost 6 l 5 2 5 2 5 2 4 3 2 5 l 6 0 T Da 246 Abbott, Shirley 52,60 Aoord, Linda 60,209 Adams, Ron 124 Adams, Sherry 124 Ade, Linda 124 Ahem, Danny 124 Ahem, Debra 36,60 Ainsworth, Mary 98 Aitken, Clarence 98,227 Albertson, Dan 124 Albright, Ariel 98,207 Albright, Peggy 98 Aldridge, Marsha 124 Alexander, Gary 124 Allen, Fred 54,98 Allen, Cynthia 98 Allen, Roger 60 Allison, Libby 52,98 Allison, Orville 98 Alpers, Les 39,60,207,223,240 Alpers, Linda 124 Alwood, Roz 60 Ambrose, Sherry 124 Amerine, Roger 124 Amick, Lois 60,212 INDEX Bills, Bonnie 61 Binder, Penny Binder, Steve Birkes, Sandy 98 125 98 Bisbee, Jan 97,98, 185,199 A nde rson Anderson Anderson Claude 52,124 David 98 Anderson, Anderson, ,Jean 98 , Nancy 124 , Peggy 124 Ansell, Steve 60 Anstead, Debbie 98 Arrnintrout, Gary 60 Annstrong, Kathy 124 Amistrong, Peggy 52,124 Armstrong, Sharon 124 Amdt, Bob 124 Amold, Judy 60 Ash. Steven 124 Atkins, Diietta 124 Austin, Barbara 54,60,184,213 B Bailey, Eddie 60 Bailey, Robert 124 Baird, Helen 60,190 Baird, John 124 Baker, Mary 124 Balagna, Debbie 124 Baldwin, Jack 124 Bales, Pat 124 Ball, Janet 60 Ballentine, Steve 124 Banks, Ronald 124 Banner,Jim 124 Baresel, Danny 98 Bames,.1anet 54,60,207 Bamey, James 124 Bamhill, Donna 60 Bartels, James 98,223,227 Bartholome, James 98 Barthalome, Vemon 60 Bartlett, Curtis 121 Barton, Nancy 38,60 Barton, W. J. 60 Bash, Donna 97,98 Baskett, Charlene 98 Baskett, Roger 124 Batsch, Lynn 125 Baughman, Barbara 98 Baxter, Floyd 98 Baxter, Jeff 98,239 Baymiller, Earl 125 Baymiller, Reca 60 Beam, Patricia 125 Beard, Cheryl 52,60 Beaubien, Linda 125 Beck, Adria 54,60 Beck, Marcia 54,98 Behrends, Bob 60,207 Belcher, Cliff 125,226,239 Bench, Sue 125 Bennett, Mary 125 Bennett, Mickey 39,54,60,207 Berger, Neil 52,125 Berkenbile, Sharon 98 Bemdt, Larry 98 Besser, Beth 125 Besser, Run 61 Billings, Steve 98 Bisbee, Pam 61,l6O,l62,174,l75,183,186 Bivins, Alan 98 Black, Dennis 98 Black, Shannon 61 Blair, Becky 38,61 Blair, Danny 98 Blakeley, Nancy 98 Bland, Mike 125 Blankenship, Cathy 125 Blankenship, Lee 125 Bledsoe, Bob 99 Bledsoe, Mike 125 Blessing, Roger 61 Blount, .lack 99 Blumer, Cherie 99 Bode, Cheryl 61 Boehnlein, Rita 125 Bonin, Michelle 99 Bosley, Pat 61 Bosley, Phil 99 Bowery, Robert 61 Bowery, Darrell 99 Bowman, David 126 Bowman, Deborah 126 Bowman, Richard 99 Bowser, Rex 99 Boyd..1udy 61 Boyd, Lois 61 Boyer, Jack 99 Bradley, Russell 126 Braley, Patty 126 Brandenburg, Cliff 52,126 Brandoce, Richard 126 Brandon, Kaye 126 Brannon, Margo 61 Brasher, Brenda 99 Breckinridge, Jeanette 61 Breibeck, David 61,240 Brenneman, Rusty 99 Breshears, Carol 61 Brmhears, Cheryl 126 Breyfogle, John 99 Bridge, Edwina 126 Bright, Faith 99 Bright, Hope 99 Brimer, Keith 126 Bringe, Edwina 126 Brinkman, Becky 99 Britt, Donna 53,99 Britton,.limmy 54,61 Burton, Elaine 62 Bunon, Mike 100,227 Bush, Sherri 126 Bitler, Jack 100,227 Butler, Linda 126 Butt. Thomas 100 Butts, Eddie 100 Butts, Yvonne 126 Bybel, Ted 54,62,181,l83,192,2l3 Bysfield, Evelyn 101 C Cahill, Rhonda 126 Cain, Louise 126 Cain, Marsha 54,101 Cain, Nadja 101 Cain, Robert 126 Cain, Steve 101,240 Callahan, John 126 Calliham, Cris 54,62.167,l70,175,184 Callow, Kim 126,239 Calon, Albert 62 Calvert, Brenda 126 Calvert, Vicki 126 Calvin, Cathy 101 Cammack, Jim 101 Campbell, Anita 54-,62, 167,170, 175,184,207 Campbell, Juanita 101 Campbell, Lyndia 62 Cannon, Donna 101 Caple, Regina 127 Capps, Dawn 127 Caray, Pattie 127 Cardwell, Dianne 62 Britton, Shirley 61 Brizendine, Nancy 126 Brown, Becky 61 Brown, Chris 52,100 Brown, Cindy 61 Brown, Dennis 54.99 Brown, Doug 126,226 Brown, Frances 99 Brown, Jack 61 Brown, Jeff 61 Brown, .lewlie 61 Brown, Julie 99 Brown, Kathie Brown, Kathy Brown, Laurie 126 100 126 Brown, Mathew 100 Brown, Pam 100 Brown, Ralph 100 Brownlee, Elizabeth 61 Brumfield, Renee 59,6l,l66,169,170, 184,213 Brunner, Ed 100 Bryant, Jeff 62 Buchanan, Edward 100 Buckley, Diane 62,161,162 Budzinski, Garrett 62 Buell, Bill 126 Buell, Robert 100 Bunch, Diane 126 Burch, Rick 100,223 Burdick, Ken 53,554,100 Burge, Cindy 54,126,165 Burge, Mike 100,165 Burgess, Georgia 62 Burgess, Susie 49,62, 160, 162, 187 Burnidge, Merrillyn 54,100 Burr, Deborah 100 Burr, Mike 126 Burrows, Ernest 100 Burrows, Kathy 126 Carlson, Clarence 101 Carlson, Gretchen 127 Carlson. Robert 127 Carmichael, Carol 62 Carmichael, Dwight 62 Cames, Bradley 127,226 Carr, Linda 62 Carr, Mike 62 Carrel, Greg 127 Carriker, Glenn 127 Carrillo, Mike 127 Carroll, Dan 62 Carter, Duane 52,127 Carter, Nancy 54,101,207 Cary, Susan 127 Cascone, George 126 Cassella, Bemadette 127 Castaneda, Richard 127 Casto. Pam 127 Castro, Robert 101 Cawiezell, Carol 101 Caylor, Brenda 101 Cessna, Allen 101 Cessna, Susan 52,127 Cezar, Terry 38,62 Chamberlain, Jerry 127 Chambers, Mark 123,127 Chancellor, Rex 62 Chandler, Leah 39,54-,62,179,200,207 Chaney, Cheryl 101 Chaney, Marsha 121 Chaney, Pam 62 Chapman, Terry 101 Chase, Diana 62 Chester, Carol 127 Childers, Lyndon 101,227 Choate, Vicki 101 Christiansen, Kim 127,226,239 Christy, Delee 127 Churchill, Bob 101 Clark, Debbie 127 Clark, Mary 101 Claunch, Jimmie 127,226 Claxton, Kathie 101,187 Claybom, Bev 127 Clevenger, Marcia 127 Clifford, Leon 128 Clifford. Yvonne 101 Cline, Jane Ann 54.62,190,207 Clinesmith, Wayne 62 Close, .lane 62 Clyne, Joe 102 Coates, Ray 128 Cobb, Ronnie 128 Coberley. Robert 101 Coble, Shirley 101 Coffer, Tim 101 Coffey, Jan 101,187 Coffman, Frances 62 Cow Col Cox Col Co' Co' Co' Co Co Co Co Cr: Crz Crt Crt 'Cr Crt Cri Cn Cn 211 Da Da Da D Da DJ Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da De De De De De De De De De Dei Del De De De De De Dia Dim Dit Dit Dil Dir Dir Dir Dir Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Do Coffman, Richard 128 Collier, Debbie 128 Collins, Connie 128 Collins, Dennis 128 CollinS. lanice 128 Conklin, Janice 62 Conley, Larry 128 Conners, Ed 101 Cook, Bob 102 Cook, Terrie 102 Cook, Tom 52,128 Cooley, Tim 62 Coons. Bill 62,223 Coons, Linda 102 Coons, Sandy 62 Corbley, Blake 128 Comelius, Bill 63 Courtney, Marcia 128 Cowden,,1i11 128 Cowden, Leslie 102 Cowden, Susie 102,187 Cox, Anita 102 Cox, Paul 63 Coyne, Mike 63 Coyne, Sherry 63,186 Crabaugh, Diann 52,128 Craddak, Michelle 102,187 Craig. .lohn 52,128 Crain, Dwain 63,223,244 -Crane, Patty 102 Crmwell, Mary 128 Criscione, Bob 102 Crouse, David 102 Crowley, Dennis 128 Cummins, Kathy 102 Custer, Ray 102 D Daffer, Terry 63 Daffron, Rick 128 Davis Dailey, Tom 102 Danner, Rick 102 Damell, Richard 63 Daughterty, Linda 63 Daugherty, Mike 52,128 David, Kathy 102 Davidson, Tom 63,225 Davies, Gloria 63 Davis, Debbie 128 Davis, Melissa 102 Davis, Rick 128.226 . Skitch 128 Dawson, Kathy 102 Dawson, Linda 63 Day, Robert 63 Dearing, Patty 128 DeBacker, Charlotte 102 Decker, Randy 63 Deemer, Marcia 102 DeForest, Kathy 128 DeHaven, Ona 102 De La Fuente, David 128 De La Fuente, Leticia 63 DeMasters. Pam 63 Denison, Brian 63 Dennis, Debbie 128 DeShon. Donna 102 Deterding, Lynn 54,128 Devine, Linda 102 Devine, Mike 128,226 Dewey, Connie 128 Diamond, Rick 63 Dickerson, Earl 128 Dickerson. .lohn 63 Dickson, Richard 129 Dillon, Melvia 129 Dingman, Larry 54.63.213 Dingman, Terry 129 Dinkins, Bob 102 Dirck, Danny 102 Doak.N1ike 102 Dobberstme. Gene 63 Doble, Ray l02.l89,223.2-14 Dobson,1une 129 Dobson. l,arrv 03.205 Dodd. Stephanie 102 Dodsonlnndv 103 1Jnflson,1anet 129 Dodson, Larry 129 Do1t,1,1ovd 129 flortahtie. Dai nl 120 Donowan.1Jaisn 129 Douglas, Nlark 52,129-226 ljringlas, Robert 119 llowdi. tilt-mia 01 lbowlt, KK illlann 129 Illini:-x.l1rx,iri 10.4 11rmiiinu.lilWfI- ll'-5 Draffen. Linda 63 Draffen, Nanci 129 Dragna. Terry 103 Drake, Connie 129 Drake, Debbie 129 Draper, Mike 129 Drewry, Henry 103 Duce, Clayton 53,103 Dudley, ,Iames 103 Dudley, ,lane 130 Dudley, Richard 63 Duffy, Kathy 103 Duncan, Charles 130 Duncan, Doug 130 Duncan, Madelyn 64 Dunham, Cherrly 130 Dunkle, Ron 103 Dimman, Linda 64 Dunning, Woody 130,239 Dunser, Sandy 103 Dye, David 103 E Eames, David 130 Eason, Georgia 103,187 Eddings, Don 103 Edwards, Mary 103 Elam, Linda 130 Elliott, Donna 130 Elliott, Robert 103 Elmore, Ross 103 Ely, Renna 130 Ely, Rita 64,186 Ely, Ron 103 Engle, .lames 130 English, Susan 103 Enlow, Arthur 64 Enlow, Lester 130 Ericson, Stephen 104 Erisman, Linda 130 Estriada, Vikki 130 Etzcorm, Mike 130 Evans, Carol 104 Evans, Lee 104 Evans, Lynne 64 Evans, Michael 64 Evans, Pat 64 Evans, Robena 130 Everett, Bill 104 Eyton, Luri 104,212 F Failing, Mark 104 Failing, Sharon 64 Fain, Michael 130,226 Fairchild, Sandy 36,64 Farley, Roberta 104 Farmer, Charlene 104 Farmer. .lohn 130 Fausset, Kathy 104 Featherston, Teri 130 Fehrman,1udi 104,209 Ferguson, Mike 130 Ferrara, Sharon 130 Ferron, David 104 Finnell, Steve 104,227 Fischer, Becky 52,130 Fiser, Billie 64 Fisher, Michael 64 Flanary, Peggy 104 Flanery, Charles 52,130 Fleming, Ethel 104 Fleming, Ray 104 Ford, Beth 104 Ford, Linda 64 Ford, Susan 130 Ford, Terry 130 Fossetl, Craig 131 Foster, Dean 104 Foster. .loyce 104 Fowler, Charles 64 Fox, Darrell 131 Fox, Nfonte 64 Fox, Roseann 54,131 Frazier, Charles 131 Frazier, William 131 French, Russell 64 Frey, Robert 131 Friesen, Dan 131 Frif-sen, Diana 105 Fryer, Robert 53,64 Fulits, Brian 52,131 Fuller. Dave 131 Fuller, Patty 105 Fuller. Roger 105 Fuller, Susan 131 Fulton, Beth 54,64 Fu1wider,Gary 132,226,239 G Gaarde, Pam 54,132 Gabbert. Tim 105 Gaines. Andy 105 Gallagher, Nancy 132 Garamillo, Cathey 64 Gardner, Debbi 132 Gardner, .lohn 105 Garrens, Debra 132 Garrens, Diane 105 Garrison, Debbie 105 Gaskill, Stan 54,64,207 Gaynor, Katie 105 Geames, Pat 105 Geary, Bill 54,64 Geary, Karen 54,132 Gee, Phyllis 105 George, Bill 132 George, Carol 64 George, Donald 105 George, Frances 105 Gerschefske, Kathy 132 Gerschefske, Kevin 105,239 Gianessi, Fran 105 Gibson, Gary 105 Gibson, Lee 132 Gibson, Madeline 132 Gibson, Nancy 105 Gibson, Patricia 53,132 Gibson, Teresa 132 Giles, Leta 132 Gillem, Ed 64,223 cainam, Barbara 64 Gillispie, Steven 105 Goforth, Neal 52,105,185,207 Goodin, Gorbet, Larry 64 Patty 105 Gordon, Irene 105 Gore, Randy 105,194 Grantham, Linda 105 Graves, Danny 105 Gray, Larry 65 Gray, Russell 132 Gray, Steve 64 Graybeal, Dean 105 Green, Virginia 132 Greene, Byron 52,113 Greener, Emily 133 Grider, Diana 105 Grider, Pat 65 Groves, Parker 105 Grundy, Charles 65 Guard, Mike 133 Guenther, Charles 133 Gulke, Trudy 65 Gurley, Tom 133,226 Guyer, Barbara 133 H Haas, ,lanet 133 Hackett, Deborah 65 Hackett,1im 105 Hadley, Sherry 105 Hainkel, Don 54,65,207 Hale, lack 133,245 Hale, Robin 133 Hall, Bob 133 Hall. Ca thy 105,209 Ham, Diana 54,65 Ham, Raymond 65 Hancock, Shoni 133 Hanks, Nlarcia 65 Hansen. ,lann 133 Hardin, Richard 65 Harding, Ronnie 133 Harmon, Pam 133 Harmon, Pat 133 Harmon, Raymond 133 Harp, Rose 133 Harper, Dottie 106.187 Harris, Karen 134 Harris, lan 54,133,207 llarris. Pat 54.65.212 Harris, Paula 65 Harris, Scott 65 Harris. Sieve 106 Harrison, Clifton 134 llarrvman, Donna 106 Harsh. Carl 134 lfartgrow-, Sandy 65,153 Hanley, Bill 131 Harllev, Donna 65 Hart1ev,lanif- 106 Hanley. lohn 106, llartIew,Tuni 13-1 247 248 Hartman, Marilyn 65 Hartmann, Chris 134 Hartmann, Joseph 106 Harvey, Jennifer 65 Harvey, Sherry 134 Hastings, Patricia 52,106 Hastings, Raymond 134,226 Hatfield, Kathy 65 Hawk, Randy 54,106 Hawkins, Steve 106 Hawks, Kristi 106 Hawver, Nancy 134 Hayden, Linda 65 Hayes, Gary 106 Haylett-Petty, Paul 65,192,212 Haynes, Donald 134 Haynes, Peggy 135 Haynes, Richard 106 Hazzard, Danny 135 Hecht, Chris 135 Hedge, Marleen 52,106 Helt, Kathy 54,65,181,184-,207 Heft, Warren 53,135 Heiman, Duane 106 Heisler, Mark 135 Helbock, Randy 106 Helton, Jo Ann 106,187 Henderson, Barbara 54,66 Henderson, Linda 66 Hendricks, Maxine 66 Hendricks, Suanne 135 Hendrickson, Patricia 106 Henneberg, Jeannie 54,66 Henricks, Kevin 106 Hensley, John 135 Henson, Debbie 66 Henson, Jim 135 Hemandez, Rebecca 135 Hemandez, Roni 106,187 Herter, Mark 135,239 Hester, Steve 135 Hiatt, Bob 106,239 Hibbs, Kathy 66,90,l53,186,213 Hickman, Diana 106 Hickerson, Thomas 66 Hightower, Linda 135 Hill, Kenneth 66 Hinda, Nina 135 Hines, Bob 54,66,l79,181,200,207 Hinshaw, Doug 106 Hoagland, John 135 Hodge, Richard 52,66,212 Hogan, Kathleen 135 Hogge, Nancy 106 Hogge, Vicki 66 Hogue, Brenda 106 Hogue, Mike 135 Hogue, Vickie 136 Holleman, Deborah 106 Hollis, Kathy 66 Holloway, Charles 66 Holloway, Dennis 136 Holt, James 136 Holthouse. John 106 Hoover, Steve 66 Hopkins, Dennis 106 Hopkins, Douglas 136 Hoppert, Al 106,227 Hom, Julie 106 Hom, Michael 106,227 Hom, Ted 107 Homer, Linda 107 Horrocks, Billie 66 Horrocks, Teresa 136 Horseman, Debbi 136,209 Horst, Sue 52,66 Hott, Stanley 54,136,226 House, Judy 66 Hovland, Pam 52,66,l66,168,l71,186 Howard, Kathy 107 Howard, Lyn 107 Howard, Robert 136 Howard, Susan 107 Howard, Vic 136 Howard, Victoria 136 Hoyt, Cathy 107 Hoyt, Eddie 136 Hubbard, Mike 136 Hubble, Connie 52,136 Hudson, Mike 136 Hudson, Myra 136 Huggins, Nancy 107 Hughes, Carol 67 Hughes, Eddie 136 Hulen, Robin 136,239 Hull, Debby 136 Hull, Paul 67 Hull. Robert 107 Hummel, Gary 54,136,207 Humphrie, Bruce 136 Hunt, Carolyn 107 Hunt, Linda 136 Hurst, Bobby 54,107 Huskisson, Dave 107 Hutchinson, Terry 137 Hutson, Rick 107 l lcenhour, Bob 107 lngold, Kathy 137 lngle, Tom 107 lrvine, Kathy 67 lrving, Diane 137 lsley, Larry 107 lsom, Jim 67 Ivey, Dee 52,67 J Jackson, Jay 67,183,223 Jackson, Lonnie 107 Jackson, Margie 107 Jackson, Mickey 67 Jackson, Vicki 107 Jaoob, Craig 97,107,241 Jahrling, Kathy 54,137 James, Mark 67,245 James, Mark S. 107 Jameson, Mike 137 Jamison, Kathy 67 Jenkins, Bill 137 Jenkins, Marcie 137 Jenson, Edith 67 Jester, Cindi 137 Jester, Sandi 107 Jewett, Judy 67 Jobc, William 108 Jobe, Jack 137 Joffee, Jim 108 Johnson, Billie 67 Jolmson, Douglas 108 Johnson, Janice 137 Johnson, Michael 137 Johnson, Ralph 137 Johnson, Terry 67 Johnston, Bill 53,54,67,223 Johnston, Howard 108 Johnston, Jackie 137 Johnston, Richard 108 Jones, Bruce 67 Jones, David 67 Jones, Earlene 108 Jones, Glenda 67 Jones, Lois 108 Jones, Ronnie 137 Judge, Linda 108 Justus, Nancy 137 Justus, Ronald 108 K Kanngresser, Karen 137 Karall, Gary 67 Karaff, Ramah 137 Karch, Diana 67 Katzenberger, Bob 108 Kauthen, JoAnne 137 Keck, Pam 54,108 Keech, Karen 54,67 Keech, Steve 54,137 Keefer, Cheryl 68 Keil, Debra 108 Keiser, Roberta 137 Keith, Arietta 108 Keith, Gary 137 Keith, Roger 108 Kelly, Eddie 17 Kemery, Dale 108 Kemper, Paula 108 Kennedy, Mike 68 Kephart, Marcia 68,172,184 Kerr, Ann 52,108 Kerr, Janis 108 Key, Randy 68,180 Kiblinger, Leslie 109 Kieser, Linda 109 Kidwell,Jim 137,226 Killou, Carol 137 Killough, Barbara 137 Killough, David 68 Killough, Richard 109 Kimberling, Charles 109 Kincheloe, Cheryl 137 Kincheloe, Ronnie 68 Kindel, Diane 68 King, Bonnie 137 King, David 109 King, Gregory 109 King, Terri 36,68,167,168,171 172,173,184 King, Sandra 109 Kinslow, Charles 109 Kirk, Mark 137 Kirkman, Bradley 137 Kirkman,John 68 Kirkpatrick. Scott 68 Kirtwright, Stanley 137 Kitchens, Mack 138 Kitt, Susan 138 Kittle, Linda 138 Klipsch, Donna 138 Kloeplel, Penny 43,109,209 Kment, Karen 109 Knipple, Margaret 109 Kohnen, Olivia 138 Kolterman, Paula 138 Kommel, Gary 138 Kramer, Kris 53,138,239 Krems, Joan 138 Krems, John 138 Kretzschmer, Judy 109 Kritz, Michelle 52,139 Kritz, Sandy 54,68,207 Kritz, Sheryl 54,68 Krohne, Dennis 68 Kruger, Gary 138 Kmger, Sherry 138 Krull, Gary 109 Kumpy, Susan 54,109,187 Kurtz, Glen 138 L LaBel1a, Joe 68,244 LaBrooy, Stewan 68,194,213 Labuck, Vicki 68 Lacy, Pam 109 LaFowntain, Lori 138 Lakey, Ricky 138 Lakey, Terri 109 Lamberd, Dennis 52,109 Lambert, Gary 52,138 Lamkins, Karen 52,138 Lamkins, Steve 53,68 Lammy, Sue 54,68 Lance, Mark 138 Landenberger, Fem 109 Lane, Tom 109 Langley, Carlton 52,138 Lanning, Donald 138 Larson, Linda 109 Lashbrook, Carol 123,138 Latier, Tom 68,223,241 Laughary, Judy 68 Laughary, Steven 54,138 Lawing, Amy 109 Lawrey, Randy 109 Layne, Cathy 109 - Leahy, Barbara 138 Le Blanc, Dee 36,68 Lee, Dennis 68,245 Lee, Paul 138,226 Leer, Pam 68 Leer, Roy 138,226 Leighton, Tom 53,138 Leighty, June 138 Lemasters, Daniel 53,109 Leming,Gary 109 Lemmon, Barbara 138 Lemmons, Tony 138 Leonard, Patti 54,138 Lewis, Donald 138 Lewis, Eddie 138 Lewis, Edna 138 Lewis, Evelyn 109 Liang, Jonsie 69 LiBeer, Richard 138 Light, Robin 139 Lindeman, Curtis 52,139 Linn, Bob 109 Litteken, Gene 139,226 Little, Norma 109,187 Littrell, Cindy 54,69,161,163,175,184 Littrell, Jeff 109 Livengood, Deborah 52,139 Liverman, Rick 54,69,207 Livesay, Len 53,139,239 Loar, Dan 69 Lock, Linda 69,213 Loepp, Art 69,241 Loftin, Bob 109 Logan, Sammy 139 Long, Chris 69 Long, Jim 110 Lon g. Longl Lopes Lopez Lott, Loud Love, Love, Lovir Lowe Lowe Lowe Lowm Lowli Lowr Luca: Luetl Luml Lum: Lync Lyon Macs Mad: Madt Madi Mael Mael Mael Majii Maja Maja Mall. Maln Mane Mani Manl Marl Marl Marl Mari Mari Mart Mart Mart Mart Matl Mart Mart Marl Man Mar' Masj Masj Matl Matl Matl MCB McC MCC Mcf McC McC McC McC Mcf McC McC McC Mcf McC McC McC Mcf McC Mcf Mcf Mcl Mel McE McC Mcf Mcf Mcf Mcl Mcl Mel' Mel Mcl Mcl Mel Mcll Mcll Mcll Mel Mcl' Long, Scott 54,110,207,227 Longhibier, Vicki 110 Lopez, Bill 69 l..opez, Ken 110 Lott. Mary 110 Loudon,loyce 69 Love. Elizabeth 139 Love, John 69 Lovins, ,lerry 46,110 Lowe, lim 69 Lowe, John 110 Lowe, Marcy 139 Lowman, .lohn 139,226 Lowman, Mary 69 Lowry, Pam 139 Lucas, Ginny 69 Luethje, Sherri 69,213 Lumby. Mike 139 Lumsden, Robert 69 Lynch, Pam 110 Lyon, Anita 69 M Macazaga, Marga 69,195 Maddox, Craig 139,226 Maddox, ,lohn 69 Maddox, Randy 69 Mael, Diane 110 Mael, Lance 110 Mael, Patt 139,226 Majidi, Mary 69 Majors, Rex 139,239 Majors, Vicki 140 Mall, Viki 110 Malmberg, Bob 110 Mandina, Tony 140 Manley, Marilyn 69 Manlove, Emery 52,54,110 Marks, Debby 52,69 Marlow, Paula 110 Marlow, Susan 70 Marriott, Bill 70 Marriott, Sheila 54,110 Martensen, Tim 140 Marthaler, Dan 70,204,241 Marthaler, Mary 110 Marthaler, Terry 140 Mathis, Thurman 140 Martin, Deborah 110 Martin, Kenny 52,110 Martin, Rodney 140 Martin, Sherry 70 Marvin, ,Ieannne 110,187 Masyga, Diana 70 Masyga, Susan 70 Mathes, David 110 Matthews, Michael 110 Matthiesen, .loyce 111 McBride, Alan 70 McCall, Mark 111,223 McCann, Pat 54,111 McCarthy, Bob 140 McCarty, Doug 70 McCarty, Virginia 52,140 McCauley, David 70 Mtfauley, Phillip 111 McClanahan, lack 111 Mrfloud, Cheryl 140 McCloud. Karen 140 McClure. Donna 111 Mtflure, Rosanne 70 McCollum, Roger 140 McConnell, Clyde 140,226 McCool, Valeda 111 McCoy, Eugene 111 McCoy, Glenda 70 Mcfuaig. .10 70 McCuen, ,leanette 140 McDonald, Jeanie 111,187 McEowen, Dale 140,226,239 McEowen. Ed 111 McGil1ivray, Maureen 111 Nicljillvray, Patricia 70 MCGuckin. Mary 36.54.70 McGuire, Donna 70 Mclntyrc, Barbara 54,70 Nlclntvre. Larry 111 Mclitrinex, Stan 70,224,244 Mcliissori. Cheryl 70 Mckm. Don T0 Mcl,allCrl, Dolores 111 McLaughlin, Kenny lll Nlrhlirliael. Lift' 70 Mrtlillizin, Rick 111.224 McMilliari,11rn 11 1,224,240 111 Mullen, Bonnn- 140 McNeal, Michael 111 McNeary, Paula 140 McNeil, Donna 140 McReynolds, Bill 54,70,207 McVey, Debbie 111 McWhorter, Carol 140 Meador, Charles 53,70 Medlen, Aneita 111 Melvin, ,lan 70 Mendoza, Manuel 70 Mercer, Sharlea 36,71 Merrill, Robert 53,111 Merriman, .lanet 140 Messer, Debbie 140 Messer, Delmar 71 Meyer, Mary 111 Meyer, Ruth Ann 71 Michael, Brenda 111 Mielke, Linda 140 Mijares, Kathy 71 Mijares, Larry 71 Miller, Cindy 140 Miller, Connie 71 Miller, Debi 111 Miller, Gayla 111 Miller,,lanet 71 Miller, lonna 112 Miller, Louis 71,213 Miller, Michael 140 Miller, Stephen 71 Mills, Robert 140 Milne, Dean 52,112 Ming, Andrea 140 Minich, Steve 140 Minter, Cheryl 140 Mitchell, Bobbie 54,112 Mitchell, Linda 112 Mobley, Debi 140 Moburg, Kenneth 140,239 Mohler, Kent 140 Moon, Debbi 141 Moore, Beverly 112 Moore, Cyrena 52,141 Moore, Harry 141 Moore, Larry 141 Moore, Louie 112 Moorhouse, Bob 112 Moraine, Gene 141 Morgan, Connie 71 Morris, Eddie 71 Morris, Marsha 112 Morris, Ron 112 Morrison, Debbie 141 Morrow, Patty 71 Morrow, Phillip 71 Morse, Gayle 52,112 Morton, Brec 112 Mueller, Beckie 141 Mueller, Paula 141 Muller, Pat 112,244 Munkirs, Bridget 112 Murdock, Dan 112 Murphy, Betty 71 Murphy, Billie 141 Murphy, Linda 141 Murphy, Paulette 112 Musselman, Keith 112 Musser, Clifford 52,53,1 13,204 Mustard, Mike 113 Mustard, Pam 141 Musteen, Mary 71 Myers, Linda 72 Myers, Mike 72 Myers, Sharon 113 Myers, Vickie 141 N Nance, Kathy 72 Nash, Marsha 72 Reece, Victor 141 Nenaber, Nancie 141 Ness, Patty 72 Newberry, Pam 141 Nicholas, Steve 72 Nichols, ,lerry 141 Nichols, 10 Ann 52-72 Nichols, Reggi 141 Xigro, Mark 141.226 Noland, Kathy 36,504.72 Normon, Rick 72 Norred, Ronnie 72,224 North, Toni 52.113 Norton..lack 141 O O'Banion, Bette T2 0'Brien. .leanne 141 0'Brien, Lynn 72 O'DeIl, .lim 113,224,227,244 O'Dell, Richard 72 Ogilvie, Ruth 54,72,20l,207 Oliphant, Sherry 113 Olsen, Peggy 72 O'Neal, Sheila 141 Osbom, Dwight 141 Oswald, Mike 72 Ott, lnez 142 Overman, Beth 72 Overman, Richard 113 Owen, .lanae 52,142 Owen, Mark 53,72 Owens, loyce 72 Owens, Larry 113 Owens. Robert 54,72,2l2 P Pagacz, Frank 113 Page, Kitty 113 Page, Sharon 113 Palaska, Debbie 113 Palmer, ,lames 113 Palmer, Janice 72 Parisi, Susan 52,113 Parker, David 142 Parker, Lenora 113 Parkinson, Melody 113,187 Parrish, Donna 113 Parrish, Sharon 73 Parton, Kathy 73 Parton, Margaret 142 Partridge, .loan 113 Patten, Carolyn 73 Patterson, Linda 113 Patton, Scott 113 Patton, Terry 142 Payne, David 113 Payne, Mike 142 Payne, Ronald 73 Pearce, Debbie 112 Pellet, Tricia 113 Pe0ples,,lames 142 Perry, David 142 Perry, Lee 142 Perryn, Roger 73 Pestoclt,.loe 73 Peters, Eddie 142 Peters, Mike 113 Peterson, Carol 73 Peterson, Cherly 73 Peterson, Roger 113 Petty, Beverly 142 Phillips, Danny 142 Phillips, Joyce 113 Pickworth, Monica 142 Pierce, Charles 97,113,224 Pierce, Dixie 113 Pierce, Mike 113 Pierson, Janet 142 Pierson, Roger 142 Pigler, Drew 113 Pine,,lames 73 Piper, Diana 142 Piper,-Terry 142 I Pippin, Martha 54,142,207 Piraro, Diann 73,163,186 Pittsenbarger, Robert 142 Pittsenbarger, Wendell 73 Plancon, Marse 114 Platt, Jimmy 73 Platt, Rise 73 Platter, Patricia 114 Poe, Belinda 142 Poe, Richard 142 Pokaluk, Vickie 73 Pointer, ,lohn 53,114 Pontalion, Mark 142 Pope, Barbara 142 Pope, Daniel 142 Portwoud, Steve 36,73 Poteet, Claudia 114 Powell, Dan 73 Powell. lo Ann 114 Powell, Larrv 114 Powell, Linda 73 Power, Cindy 36,74 Powers, Rick 142 Praiswater, Diane 114 Pratt, Carolyn 74 Prentice, Brenda 54,143 Prentice, C1111 54.74 Prentice, Marvin 114 Prosser, Nancy 114 Proudlit. Larry 54,74 Pruden, Charles 143 249 Vai 250 Prussner, Jim 74 Prunty, Evadra 74 Pryor, Jim 143 Pulley, Judy 143 Puttroff, Kathy 74 Puttroff, Sonya 114 Q Quackenbush, Brian 114 R Raber, Janie 114 Ragsdale, Robert 47,74 Ralls, Larry 143 Ralls, Rick 36,74 Ramage, Betty 143 Rambo, Nancy 143 Randall, Bob 143 Randall, Linda 114 Rapp, Christine 143 Rauch, Brad 74 Raymer, Danny 74 Realph, Chris 54,123,143 Reddell, Nina 143 Redenbaugh, Sharon 52,143 Reece, Don 74 Reed, Dave 143 Reed, Morris 59,74,85,240 Reel, Larry 143,245 Reinwald, Carolyn 36,74 Reiter, Alfred 114 Reiter, Gary 114 Remington, Chester 143,226 Renner, Bill 59,74,224 fRenner, James 143 Renz, Carolyn 114 Renz, Norma 114 Rach, Clifford 114,179 Retzer, Robin 114 Reusch, Harold 143 Rhoads, Richard 74 Rhodes, Cindy 114 Rhodes, Gordon 74 Rice, Lois 114 Rice, Robert 114 Ridl, Deborah 143 Richards, Royda 143 Richardson, Cindy 143 Richardson, Linda 74 Richardson, Martha 74 Ricketts, John 144 Riglesy, Barbara 74 Rippey, Dianne 144 Ritter, Karen 114 Roades, Ralph 144 Robb, Jayni 52,144 Robb, Randy 74 Roberts, Dave 53,114 Roberts, George 144 Roberts, Rick 114,227,244 S Saccone, Joe 75 Sachs, Cary 144,226 Saddler, Marilyn 144 Sadler, Mark 123,144,239 Sadler, Mike 115,224,239 Sadler, Sandra 115 St. Clair, Susie 54,75,193 Salisbury, Diapa 115 Sample, Leon 116 Sanders, Ronald 144 Sanders, Sharon 116 Sandford, Robert 144 Sapp, Beverly 36,75 Sargent, Dodie 144 Sattler, Richard 144 Saunders, Mary Alys 75,166,171,183,184 Schadel, Joanie 52,144 Schadel, John 144 Schaeffer, Ted 116,227 Schaffer, Rick 114 Schaller, Valerie 144 Scheid, Patricia 116,226 Scheid, Ray 144,226 Schickedanz, Linda 144 Schlattmann, Vickie 145 Schlesselman, Laurie 75 Schlesselman, Ted 53,144 Schlobohm, Donna 144 Schlobohm, Peggy 116 Schlobohm, Rick 75 Schmidt, Dave 75,224 Schmidt, Diane 144 Schmidt, Steven 116 Schrader, Emie 75 Schrader, Evelyn 144 Schuerrnan, Loyd 116 -Schultz, Vicki 75 Schuman, Sherry 145 Soobee, Randy 116,224,227 Scofield, Larry 52,116 v Smith, Darcia 146 Smith, Debbie 146 Smith Debbie M. 146 Smith, Ed 117 Smith, Elizabeth 76 Smith, Gloria 146 Smith Hazel 146 Smith, Janey 76 Smith,Julie 146 Smith Len 117 Smith Linda 146 Smith Paulette 36,76,166,168,l7l,172,l84 Smith Raymond 76 Smith, Regina 76 Smith, Rhonde 117 Smith, Rochelle 76 Smith, Sandy 146 Smith, Sheri 117 Smith, Susan 76 Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Bill 75 Scott, , Gregory -116 ,John 54,75 Karen 75 Soott, , Kathy 145 , Richard 75 , Richard L. 145 Scmby, Mike 116 Scruby, Tom 145 Sears, Sharon 145 Sellers, Diane 75,191 Sellers, Rose 145 Senter, Cris 75 Robertson, Robinson, Marcia 114,187,195 Butch 114 Robinson, David 114 Robinson, Donna 114 Robinson, Sharon 74 Rodgers, Sharon 114 Rodgers, Sheryl 114 Rogers, Kathy 74 Rogers, Linda 114 Rogers, Norma 115 Rogers, Ricky 115' Roland, Larry 115 Rolston, Larry 115,239 Rose, Harry 54,115,245 Rose, Larry 115 Ross, Linda 36,74 Ross, Pat 74 Ross, Robin 54,144 Ross, Wade 54,115 Routh, Don 74 Routh, Ronald 115 Rowell, Kerry 115 Roy, Beverly 74 Roy, Carolyn 144 Roy,Jim 74 Ruben, Marilyn 144 Rueckert, Robert 144 Rule, Mike 115 Rule, Nancy 115 Rush, Michael 115 Rushing, Barbara 75 Russell, Charlotte 75 Rutherford, Danny 144 Ruthrauff, Gail 36,54,75 Rutledge, Bill 144 Shackelford, Keith 116 Shadday, Debby 145 Shadday, Pam 36,75 Shannon, Steve 36,84,116,227,245 Sharp, Debbie 116 Shaw, Mary 116 Shaw, Pat 145 Shea, Judie 75 Shearer, Kim 116 Sheehan, Howard 116,224,227 Shelley, Gary 116 Shepherd, Terry 145,226 Shields, Tom 145 Shipe, Jerry 145,226 Shipman, Joe 116 Shour, Craig 145,239 Shortess, Steven 145 Shuler, David 116 Shuler, Phil 145 Sicks, David 79 Siemens, Regina 145 Siemons, Ronnie 79 Sigler, Suzanne 52,75,200 Sillani, Karen 145 Silvers, Vance 116 Simons, Dorothy 75 Sims, Dianna 117 Sims..loyce 75 Sires, Robert 75 Sissom, Joyce 145 Sisson, Roxie 145 Sizemore, Larry 117 Skinner, LaVeta 145 Skinner, Livvie 75,187 Slaughter, Nancy 117 Slavik, Greg 36,75 Slavin, Mary Ann 76,213 Sloan, Paul 76 Sloan, Ruth 146 Sloniker, Charles 53,146 Small, Charlotte 52,76 Smith, Connie 76 Smith, Dana 53,117 Srnoyer, Cathy 76 Snider, Karrol 76 Snow, Craig 146 Southwick, Gayle 43,76 Spake, Steve 52,117 Sparks, Don 146 Sparks, Mike 117 Sparks, Steve 76,8-4,212 Speer, Dana 117 Speer, Mike 146,226 Speiser, Carol 52,146 Spencer, Linda 43,117,212 Spencer, Marilyn 76 Spillman, Lin 76,160,l62,174,175,186 Spotts, Johnny 146,226 Springer, Ray 76 Spurgeon, Terri 76 Squire, Phillip 76 Squire, Sabra 146 Stanco, Kathy 76 Stancoff, David 77 Standish, Ken 146 Stanley, Becky 77 Stanley, Randy 146 Staples, Becky 117 Stark, Shae 146 Stamer, Kevin 146 Stamer, Mark 117 Stamer, Steve 77 Stames, Judy 77,224 Stauffer, Jeffrey 117 Steadman, Robert 117 Steadman, Shari 77 Stege, Jonna 146 Stenner, Jennie 77 Stephens, Cindy 146 Stephens, Marguerite 146 Sterling, Mike 77,225,244 Sterling, Sally 146 Stevens, Jim 77 Stevens, Mary 117,186 Stevinson, Nancy 36,77 Stewart, George 117 Stewart, Kris 54,77,207 Stilwell, LaVem 117 Stingley, Sam 77 Stockton, Mary 77 Stockton, Rita 117 Stoenner, Michael 117 Stock, Larry 146 Stokes, Sandy 146 Stumfoll, Sandra 146 Stone, Sandra 77 Stout, Tom 59,77,225,240 Straker, Vickie 117 Strang, Glen 54,117,207 Stubbs, Kennith 117 Suarez, Eloy 117 Sublett, Richard 117 Sullivan, Charles 117 Summers, John 33,77,225 Sundal, Karen 77,212 Sundal, Tom 146 Sutherland, Helen 146 Sutterby, Larry 77,241 Sutton, Donna 53,117 Sutton, Dorinda 146 Swanson, Marsha 36,77 Swayze, Gary 146,239 Sweany, Sue 117 Sweatman, Bill 77,225,244 Swetnam, Rick 53,54,146,207 Swindell, Steve 146 Swope, Terry 52,54,1 17 T Taber, Ruth, 118 Talbot, Hank 118 Talhc Talla Tally Tauv Taylt Taylt Taylt Taylc Taylt Taylt Tello Temp Thor Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Thor Thor Thor Tid Tid Tid Tillo Timl Tink Tinn Tins Todi To To To Tori Toti Tow Towi Trai Trai Tray Trai Tre' Tucl Turl Tun Tun Tun Tun Tur Tur Tur Tur Tur Ty' Ulr Upl Urr Val Vai Vai Vai Vai Vai Vai Vai Va' Va' Va Talbot. lim 146.220 Tallant. David 118 Tallv. Dennis 146 Tauvar. Cary 147 Taylor, Connie 147 Taylor, Hans 118 Taylor, lon 77,85. 168,244 Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Telford, Temple, Marianne 77 Marvin 147,226 Orville 118 Ansel 147 Patricia 147 Thorp, Cindy 147 Thomas, Cecilia 118 Thomas Thomas Thomas , Celisa 147 , Chuck 147 , Leslie 118 Thomas, Mike 118 Thomas, Nancy 147 Thomas, Roy 118 Thomas, Susan 118 Thomason, Ruth 118 Thompson, Alice 78 Thompson, Ellen 147 Thompson, ,lim 78 Thompson, Lance 118 Thompson, Marilyn 147 Thompson, Tommy 147 Thomson, Deborah 52,118 Thonen, ,lohn 118 Tidwell, Tidwell, Debbie 147 Carol 78 Tidwell, Mike 78 Tillotson, Pamela 147 Timberl Tinkey. Tinney, Tinsley, ake, Denise 52,147 Charles 118 Gilbert 118 Peggy 147 Tode, Denise 1 19 Tolbert, .lames 147 Tompkins, Mariellen 52,147 Torrejon, Paloma 78,191,213 Torrey, Shelia 119 Totman, Sandra 147 Towsend, Marcia 119 Townsend, Sandra 54,119,207 Trammell, Mark 78 Travalent, Tina 147 Traywick, ,lim 119 Traywick, Linda 119 Treptow, Debbie 78,207,212 Tucker, Turley, Turner, Turner, Tumer, Tumer, Tumer, Tumer, Tumer, Tumer, Ken 147 .lim 119 Christine 78 David 147 .lim 119 .lohn 147 Margaret 147 Mary 52,78 Rick 78 Ronnie 148 Tumer, Stephanie 148 Tyron, Becky 78 U Ulrich. Kent 39,52.119,189.200 Ljptegrove, Fred 78,225 IQ mess, Andrea 54,119 V Nagntno, Pat 119 Valenti, Mary 78 Nan Alden. Barbara 54,78 1anBu skirk, ,lo 78 Van Bibber, .lohn 119 Nan Dierendonk. Glen 119 1 an Kirk. Kim 148 Yan Ness. Russell 148.226 Van Winkle. Creg 148 Vaughan, Dennis 119,225,227 N aughan, .lackcv 119 Naughn, Richard 78 Vautard, Richard 119 Veal. Dennis 119,225 Velasquez, Dan 148,226,239 1 elasquez, Dave 78,174-183,225,240 Yenable, Brenda 119 Venable, Galen 119 Wenable, Gary 78 Vcstergaard, Bodie 54,78, 193 Vick. Barbara 148 Vielbig, Joann 78 Votipka, Cindy 119 W Wade, ,lim 78 Wages, Sharon 78 Waggener, Dickie 119 Wagner, Patti 78 Wagner, Stephen 148 Walker, Deloris 119 Walker, Greg 78,168 Walker, Merlene 54,148 Walker, Richard 148 Wall, Doug 148 Wallace, ,lulie 148 Walsh, Billie ,loe 79 Walsh, .lohn 148 Walsman, Gail 119 Walsman. .ludy 119 Walter, Linda 148 Walton. Terry 148 Ward, Curtis 119,227 Ward, Harry 120 Ward, ,lohn 79 Ware, Linda 79 Warren, ,lan 120 Waterfield, Rea Ann 120 Watkins, Leland 52,148 Watkins, Marilyn 52,120 Watt, Steve 79,168,245 Weaver, Robin 79 Webb, Connie 54,79 Webb, Valerie 148 Weber, Chris 120,227 Weber, Kirk 120,225 Weber, Wendy 148 Wehner, Jackie 120 Weidmann, Mary 148 Weinzerl, Bob 79,244 Weinzerl, Gary 120 Welling, Mike 148 We1ls,.lack 52,79 Wells, Janet 148 Wells, Marvin 52,148 Wells, Wayne 79 Welsh, Richard 148 Wemer, Sallie 54,120,159,207 Wertz, Karen 79 West, Dan 148 West, Danny 79 West. David 79 West, Dean 120 Westfall, lim 148 Westfall, Wayne 79 Wwtman, Glenda 79 Westman, Rhonda 148 Wheeler, Raymond 148 Wheeler, Vesta 79 Whisman,1ohn 121 White, Bertha 148 White, Charlotte 79 White, David 79 White. lames 148 White, John 53,148 White. Kenneth 149 White, Michael 121 Whiteaker, Thomas 149' Whitehurst. 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