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

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Doug Brown John Craig Jim Eason Larry King Peggy Stevenson Tom Sundal orth ansas City High School Vol XLIII - ' + :ww wr 'w'r Q,22'1" ii There IS one art of which every fy Unfcl Aclivities . Sports . . . Clubs . . Seniors . . Undcrcluss Academics Index . . . Table of Contents 111 L1 fl 12 -10 72 104 138 192 224 'C 'C 'uid he fl master-the art of reflection. e I 12 .e -10 Le 72 re 104 . 138 . 192 le 224 Foreword Now, with the closing of the 1969-70 school year at North Kansas City High School, we are very reluctant to realize that the river of Time has come and gone. Whether we liked what we saw in the reflections of the water or not, the images will remain. We cant relive the songs we didnlt sing, or the dreams we didn't dream, or the loves we didn't love. There is always the IF I had known what trouble you were bearing or what griefs that were hidden in your face. then I would have been more gentle and more caring. IF I had known. If I had known what thoughts were depressing to you, then I would have lent a little friendship to you and slipped my hand within your hand and made your stay at NKC more fulfilling. IF I had known. Although these reflections aren't to be captured in a photograph or a phrase, the tension is still there. Nevertheless, the-PURGOLD staff wishes to capture for the student body some of the priceless memories in which we, as the student body, pulled together as one. One in which we relived the songs we sang and the dreams we dreamed and the loves we lovedeebut for a moment during the 1969-70 school year. Cindy Richardson and Dale lVlcEowen, Co-editors 631 -1 6 .gf L-,ff qnswq 1 5 - .. -. -5. , .U .fm . "S-...S ga . e ,Q XY fi, 'ye' . X ef' f...-.54 W ,ggi- ' My an h0ur's reflection I0 an h0ur's reading, and so disp ey l Q' 50 Q a'ispz'riI the book into the student. Q o Willmott 1:71 . 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Mathews X 1, My gil fy ' ff Not just a building, NKC has given the student body another lasting image, as the graduating Seniors leave the mingling of the ffIL'l'3',,ft1l71lll'L1I' strange placesj blurred, lingering reflections called "school" . . reflections on a day well spentfurnish us withjoys more pleasing than ten thousand triumphs. Thomas a'Kempis ' 'im a A 14 W .54 1 , ,..., 1 i f , K 1 f 1 if I K After v leadersl es, familiar a J -4- , -,,4,5V,-P :Ip 4 - After waiting three years, the Student Council has completed the fountain under the leadership ol' Mike Fain, president. The courtyard provides relaxation between classes and during lunchfthat is for those students who make it through lunch mmm Agy x L? -' I Born April16,1951 - Died Uctober 12, 1969 ilu' Qwqr zu vmcki AH-NH Iowa, DuUng IlrjCd 5 in skul in LUN AH of herself sonahq In Memory f Judith Ann Krelzschmer Judy was very active at Northtown during her three years here. She was in National Honor Society, pep club, and was editor of the Hornets' BUZZ. This was her most important contribution to N.K.C. In return for all the ser- vice she rendered to the school paper, Judy gave the school top honors from Columbia Universit New York Cit c Yi YL All-Missouri from the University of Missouri-Columbia: and International First Place from the University of Iowa, Iowa City. During Judy's after school hours she roller skated at the Antioch Rink. Since she was three years old, Judy prac- ticed several nights a week to enable her to go to city, state, and district meets. Judy proved her superior talent in skating, by earning the Gold Bar. The only higher achievement is the Gold Medal. where Judy failed to attain it in Little Rock, Arkansas last summer. "Maybe next time," she said. ' All of those who knew Judy, will always remember the many favors that she carried out without undue attention to herself. She was a very gracious lady. Perhaps Judy's greatest asset was her friendly smile and truly warm per- sonality. No one will ever forget her. I 'ff 7 ff Md I ' 2 2 , '2 ,, , We V ,, 5 ,yeftqxx '11 1 af '1 Qi CT I A ff W 'ix' . lgfli 1 'iii' - A 'iii' .- 'fl' ,43- , , 'XX 1' , -A my 5 'ff' mn' "'. v-,Q f ff ' -Q,' W i K. K '4 ff J A A ff fir 'Rx RX, X """'L" ,VV ,l iff ' A P Q v X ' ' ' "2f , -S 1, '1 jf , xx I ,A , ,V ,,k blllb - nv f 1 fjij I b k b M VXQ f' h Qi ...ser Wi . X t W.,,,.- Z1 . , su 1 1, '-pi x, Q B .FM r T1 ES ssemblies 5 F I, The assemblies this year ranged from pep as- 7 semblies to a piano concert. Trying to work around the requirements of having an educa- tional yet entertaining assembly was a real challenge to Student Council. 14124 i , ' i , , l Encore. Encore. Mr. Broomfield! You can't swing if your underwear won't. Ji? I I! I A 'Vg 4, 4 ,v - ' "., ,s ' , ,. A v ,M A!! Ar, 7 ' I ld X .' ' , rlrif 1 f S, ' D p ' F ' fy.. A123 3 ' vntgf' . M -.J-gr -lp A- :hh , fv- Ego, ..,,,,,-v of W 1 frm , ,,, .. my 4 'fik i-'I ,,,, ,W f ., 1' W! " ffm Xff M X Wu' ..: 1 V ....v 1, 4 1 ! 3 Ms f, . , Vg, -sw-'aff ...W 1' W 'ff' V ,, .gi W A KD, X e, ,+V 'i -. 4 in V! 5 ,fy .,., 5, , A I ' mf , 2 f is Nw 4' 4 The U.M.K.C. Swinging Choraliers gave one of the best assemblies all year. If at first you d0n't succeed, try again Miss Nowosad. HYQM M-Qu, gs Mr. Craig right Ill character TheJz,mz'0r Ciasspulied 36?H'l in Mwriellen and Doug Down hdvmg U Small filmlly dl51'3ru'mLm' Af uf ,f, f 4 o f ff 41, W' f Y. t y ' v,"1, . , oy., 'JM ? wi Woody the dip Fuhonq Father Ambusf Kilroy Axel M Marion W 21 I l Q r Susan Krojncl Ciuurd Burns Chet' . Sultan Sultan' lxnmur County 2m in tl 5 it 1 if T 0 5 T X ,A Q j ifilifilfip, 'Z 4 T ta 2 l 5 r 3 t t Q 5 if fi 5 -if if xiii , 1' it if in I U' 3m Q Ing ' 3 The explosive personalities of Doug Doran and Mike Morris make "Don't Drink the Water a real blast with "D0n'l Drink the Water" Woody Allen's "Don't Drink the Water," a satire on the diplomatic service, was directed by Miss Mildred Fulton and Mrs. Donna Lou Meloan. Father Drobney . . Ambassador Magee Kilroy ....... Axel Magee .... Marion Hollander . . . . Walter Hollander . Susan Hollander . . . . . . . . Mike Leonard Gaylen Thompson . . . Doug Goodin . . Kevin Jamison . . . . . Mike Morris Kelsey Short Mariellen Tompkins Cheryl Wardrum . . . . Doug Doran . , Martha Pippin Margaret Lawing Compatibility or combatibility' Krgjagk 1 , . . Gene Moraine gm' Guufd q I .,.. illn Burng t . . . Ron Adams Chet' .....,.. . Sultan .t4.,,., Sultan s First Wilt: Kasnar ,i,. . Countess Hortleni . . Mike Bledsoe . . Harry Rose . . . Deidra Scott , . . Tom Williams , Hazel Smith Harry Rose and David Parker try to out wit each other with one- liners. From the Days ol' Burlesque to fififl lloels the Rl 7 eluh took Northtown students on it tour oi the ltlfifls. lileven eluhs pztrtieiputed in this event nntl turned it into Ll reminiseent und relreshing expei'tt:tn,e The rh, ,' lzteulty trunipeted und drunnned in their tulelils to present at George M. Cohan medley. Clever sketches, hluek outs. llieker teehniques. und musieul interludes filled the program lor tr delightful s AFS students worked up folk songs for the event. Al-KS sueeesslnlly showed "You've Come A Long Way Baby." two hours. Even this yeur' "Everybody G6 The Cheerleaders try evocative measures with the Senior guys. Kevinjz 'Q '44 x rx ,Lili .FS 0's. l it The IO and ltlul UP wed idy ,Mmm Q- f l 9 We , e il M i Xi '3 wx N, .MNA 22 My 'F The entire cast "smiles on their brother" for the finale. G el 0 ge th e ' ' Kevin Jamison brought "war of the worlds" alive forthe audiences. The silent movies for the silent couples'W" ml ll l The Curse Qfflffz Aelfzing Hear! Ol' rapped Fl A Spia'er's Web Th S 'or Class lay exhibited Northtown's versatility this year. Performed was a 1 nelodrama in the true sense e em p of the word so that even the audience got in the act. With hisses and boos, they let go of all their frustrations. A de- lightful evening was enjoyed by all. 1? l M Y V r WI ' Battle Axe Annie shows her genius and gunning. Gene Moraine makes a great villain! ., eff, ' 'wr A gm Luci Hire 'BLIYL Aurf Red Batt Nell Mui A lN true sense ans. A de- Winclermere Hightower Melody Lane ..... . Lucius Goodenough . . Hiram Abernathy . . Sarah Abernathy . . . Aurelia Abernathy . . . Red Wing ....... Battle Axe Annie , . Nellie Blythe .... Muriel Atkins . . A Male Arrival . . CAST . . . Linda Sampson . . . Gene Moraine . . . . . Harry Rose . Martin Thompson . . . . Becky Fischer . Monica Pickworth . . . . Katie McGuckin Mariellen Tompkins f . . . . Stella MeOsker Nancy Daniels . . . . Paul Lentz at Z 1 9 f What do you mean we're unpre-engaged! Peyton Place was never like this. Gene Lillekcn Woody QM. 443' mow M, 24,53 'xp' Mike Speer Doug Lcc S4 iw 1 4. ,ol 11.1 sg, QI, '51 ifi 4, i U, 4 ' Q iffy X: .932 5 xii fin Qffj 7? fi? 2333355 X- fffgff 3 "A ' nity W 8 Lec Gibson X S Miko I ,l'I'I gg: wing! Dunning 'CE-3' if' fl. fvf' ' s Q E jig ., s Z 'A 5 i Greg Youngslrom N ia fl s ll ? :lg Miss Chris Realph and Mr. Woody Dunning presided happily over the dance. S w eelh earl Diane Schmidt emeeed the gala event. The Muehlbaeh Hotel was the setting for the annual girl-ask-boy dance, spon- sored by the Y-Teens. The crowning ol the Sweetheart king, Woody Dunning, was performed by Jan Harris, the Y- Teen President. Providing the music for the evening was "The Black Book". Where did they get that band? Cr. Q . I I. u' H l 5 1 -Q I , 1 -mx f raw? 1 51 39 ""f 9 Q M PM-v 35? N orlhio wn's DA WNING OFA QUARIUS brings rainy but happy days. Presentation of the seven candidates took the form of a romantic assembly on Wednesday. Q, f f ' Z X W . ' ,, 5 5 f fx b b V1 I But I can'l sing wimh my eyes opcn. v X I 1 l 1 1 l I Y i i i 'Q u, ' f But God, l've really been trying, I B eb!! 'v If 26 l In I I :lf , ,. Q, Rain, Rain, C .xx B. H If The H flected and tl seven n Wednc -. i Thursd 1,1 " ' a on the ,L . A - F struct by due to ing the fl Q When The new ruining 171 quccn. Let the sun shine in! G 0 A way ! Tears and cheers mark the beginning The Homecoming theme was effectively re- flected through Zodiac signs, horoscopes, and the weather. The excitement of the seven queen finalists and the assembly on Wednesday, kept mounting on through Thursday and Friday as students converged on the school to paste, hammer, and con- struct the mystic world of "Aquarius" When the game was called off on Friday, due to rain, new plans were made for hav- ing the crowning at the dance. Leta Giles 3, ff 3 f , rw ef Homecoming '69 X Terry Dingmun ff 'ny I Nw , 4-1.,..f Sally Stefliflg Carol Lushbrook K, ,x X ueen Chris R ealph f ,W 'fi .f ,V f AW'- 65" M A A .ff '-.,:,F'f 5 ,J W Jw?" .-V, ' .y ,--"f---...t ':-'-3. u..:'fw, - -L Connie Collins S1136 Stark Q lf' if JW f E?-V 'JSQ5 , .mr The announcement of the seven Purgold candidates, at the A.F.S. Variety Show, led to committee meetings, booths, post- ers, and the selling of over l5OO Purgolds. As the girls worked toward their goals, the industrious Purgold staff created a "Looking Glass" effect for the assembly on December 5. The excitement reached its climax when Kim Vanliirk was hon- ored as second princess, Marcie Jenkins, first princess, and Rhonda Westman was crowned the 1970 Purgold Queen. AQ Ca m 6 Z h e o o o What do you mean mixed drinks?? Denny do you Dippity-Do? Ready and waiting? V 1 ,a 1 , , , , Y 1 3 F ,.,,A i ,,1,.... , '2: , .. ' 4 W g' WWA 519' fs!-' ,S 'f r aff 2? J f f ',! ff 4 if iz 94 W Kim VanKirk 2nd Princess Asha... Christy Whilsill s1970Pwfgo!a' Ya- Ya M Qjia Qld Cancz'z'daZes a Dodie Sargent Lori LaF0unlain Mareie Jenkins Isl Princess W ,ffflfil 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 ' f 1 ,. , f gm. f 4' 1 'Ffh 1 2 1 1 1 , 1 K 11 1 1 1 I 1 11 1 1 1' 1 1 l 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 21 I 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 l 1' 1 Y 1 1 1 -Mc 1 I I 1 ' 1 5235 1 41 fe. 1 1 ' ,gm 11 P S1 1 1 1355. 1 . 1 r AI 1 1 51 111, I 111 1 1 lg 1 -1 1 A1 1 111,31 I 1 1:11 1 1 1 1 " 1 1 1 1 11 34 ueen honda qWesZman XV Q F' Q 21 A11 1' Q13 'fl , , 121' ir 41" 1,1 :jar 1 I Y 1 .-X JK '93,- Ff' ,1 'iv' 71 'fl 1 5.. 111. w ' kj 1 , :X ff pl? 1 X", 1 5113 5? Z t it, rv-A '4 , Z i Doug and Rhonda await unknowingly for the start of the campaign. fig .Z"'f it I iw, 'Rd t1 .lf-' gi XIHELF, ' XXVI I! xii' i V, W ff , t' ' AQ, ,X fi . H, ,. an 'L Don't wrap mc up.just thc campaign. rap Up ith honda Stepping through "The Looking Glass," Rhonda and Doug reflect the pride and tradition of NKC. Wrestling Court 9? 7 iw re r n , , 1 5 5 3 1 Queen Marcia Courtney Marcie Jenkins Rilz1Bochnlein r I 1 1 E i ' Y, fi-"Z :1:35'3' -- CW Queen Joanie Schadel Janet Dodson Tim McMillan Connie Collins Rick McMillan Courlwarming Diane Schmidt Mike Sadler Vickie Majors Kevin Gersehefske The winter months are brightened by the beauties who reign over wrestling and basketball events. Chosen by the respective teams, these girls rep- resent the dedication and enthusiasm Hornets exhibit through the defeats and victories on the mats and on the eourt. l 9 N.K. C. S Harmonazres This small group ol' vocalists was selected in September by Mrs. Donna Lou Meloan. the director. They have per- formed lor many dinners and meetings, and at Christmas time, appeared on television. They had the opportunity to sing Linder the direction of Miss Alice Parker, arranger for the Robert Shaw Chorale. Back row: Gaylen Thompson, Steve Peterson, Ronn Ramey, Harry Rose, Jan Harris. Front row: Donna Hendren, Mariellen Tompkins. Cheryl Wardrum. Cheryl Burnidge. Martha Pippin. Not pictured: Rick Swetnam, Twila Smitherman, Dan Smith. Paul Lenta, Pat Prunty. we per- Jrlunity s, Cheryl f 1 'Isl ,f Sl? :s rm Ei MQ o :x UQ. .-. o fro FD F. :r G3 "I D CD U3 Cl? NK V .Aix wx Hurnmmxircs arc lcd in uonucrl by Altus Purkcr. Q -KX as -2' -ff fixfawsigl .w-.' ' , 1 311.5 11-xv Q4's4", 4V"",,,, dal, of ,4 Q, M-we if f. f,a'4f',' ' ur s ,A , va' 40' .f ,,,v 4 mf 'bt' 4 ,4'f9'Q .. SMI'M.iglA',, W , xX? S 4 , gk, ff wx rf Z, 'ff Wfx. 'wive- ,175 Wi. I V nil N: up Q ... ,Milk XJ ! 4 X - ,,x:Uq 1 X t lj IV: X IK, if! 'Q CN ' X X, ff? V ff" 'N f .,A f Q1 X X if XX ,. X ' XXX J 1 ,AQ A ff A1 :f 5ff if' - VV', N"' - f ,.,4 " "'-'- - .L2...,..f SPG TS Coach James Shepherd ths years eros c untry coach ctme to N.K.C. in l967 but has spent the last two years teachinsz in Se- dalia. He re'urned this year to take over from Coach Kenneth Martin. H ' Graduated from col- leve at Central Missouri State 'ind received his masters at Kansas State in litts g. Through Mr. Shepherds leadership 'ind dedi- cation the cross country team had a successful season. f fwg . 2 i? ,,, t 4 , ' rt..-sf 1 ,.. 1 5 3 I L N S 3 ' f nw , O 1 A f ,Q Q L 1 of , A ff y e - ,552 f :QV f s . s 44- . A I 4 . t L s V 4 4 . L C fy . af if K , f s. . s . f C e IV, K ff! 3 " , . J bul- A ff, ip K ' .s x C s 4,.'g',i e, , f L e V4.1 f ff , bf.. M 5 s - Q GZ Mi' ff' WW! 64 I I 2 7' ' lflhadtodoitover... sz ,, 'iff Alter tl each ot O CIFFIGFS Lead KC 0 Front i Our cross country boys contemplate the day's run. Back ro M ra , ,.,, E Yr e,-.ng Fifi' -K' 'Sz' 7 1,-If 4L J x V' .,:.:. ' g , A . N 1 N , ,,. g is ss' 4 55 Q fi:- 'WS K ' 'T -1 whiff S -e .fjtifx '3 . N 5.1 oss Jut 'Se- bm ol- fed rg. di- ful ' Qfnf aff f ' After the ordeal, Joe Valenti and Harold Reusch congratulate each other on their victory run. to Success. NRC NKC NKC N.K.C 36 N.K.C l7 N.K.C. 23 N.K.C. 26 TEAM RECORD Raxtown Raytown South Center Truman 23 Oak Park 38 William Chrisman 32 Ruskin 29 Front row l to r: Doug Brown, Harold Reuseh. Middle row: Jim Beisel, Joe Valenti, Jim Lopez, Steve Ash, Ted Schlesselman. Back row: Bill Walsman, Dale Mohurg, Jim Renner, Kris Kramer. T Cross Counlry Physically and mentally Doug Brown anticipates the gun. up This seasons cross country runners, under the guidance of Coach Shep- herd, achieved second place in the district, tenth place at the state meet, and third place in the con- ference. The overall result this year, of four wins and three losses, was an improvement over last year. The team broke three of their own records by first, improving their position in the state meet from l3th to l0th place. Second. also in the state meet, they set a record by scoring l85 fewer points than in any previous year. The third record was set in the district meet. ln 1967 the team scored 59 points in the dis- triet. This year the team improved by l2 points by scoring 47. Cross country runners relax before the Swope Park meet. ,frm I :AW-ei wha if I it lt' 1 L -,f. . 3 R :cf mf perlt NK feren the by E Park recoi the the the new hold mort reco cour 10:3 The their year siasi 3 if S it T74 W iners, Shep- n the state con- this osses, year. ' own their 1 13th n the 'd by an in 'ecord 1967 .e dis- troved 1 k r akes 10th Individual praise must go to Doug Brown who broke five individual performance records. He broke N.K.C. records at Swope Park, con- ference and the district. He reduced the school record from 10:36 Qset by Bill Gearyj to 10:04. At Swope Park, Doug broke his brother's record by making a 10:23 run. In the conference meet, Doug broke the record by 14 seconds, and in the district by 55 seconds. On the new Macken Park course, he now holds the record of 10:06. Sopho- more Joe Valenti also broke two records, reducing the N.K.C. all course record at the state meet to 10:36. The team must be congratulated on their improvement over previous years and with their present enthu- siasm future progress is assured. 1 nr as 'V' , I . f ,ffl A. fx i? f' rf' 1 i ,af .lim Lopez gives those leg muscles a final stretch before the Slafl. With a helping hand and a final effort, Joe Valenti finishes. iv- , 24, , it 3 Doug Brown prepares for a race I5 with - breathing exercises 4 Q 1 , Z i 5 at 2 4 gi W' . Kg i - . My x - , .QM AIA .. v 1 fb , , X ,M .. f x f fx X, 36 9 . 3 BQ if! V, f, 'P' x .Qffy 2 Q aa , if X. y , f ' x I .af wr' w X i 5 1 XV 4 N ,L 4 x , ' f A X QU, A X, f ,M wx, x , 4 I '- , 4 V , hx, Pwr Coach MM PUYUC Couch Charles Booth Coach Dennis Raelz A nxiely, Defeat, Success. Hornets were down and set to beat Oak Park. r 4-ww? f ML. vm . ...- ww-,, nu -1 "Mg r , . ,f."C' V, ' .-9 ,gr sf iii: .1 f . r , , . Ju. A, Yg .nw V' " ,f .' ky: Q . 1 , f 4ww4e ,f L W iw M411 y--new fa- 4??7,f 4' 'A .W5 .iv , . -if - -' -Q z:-Sri e H Qs W , .6-v,-,Wi-,H - We--Y-' ,e ffl? Ulm, i was "-1 I A8 W3 First row I to r: Coach Charles Boothg Coach Max Payneg Coach Jerry Boyce: Coach Dennis Raetz. Second row: Chris Giles. lst year Iettermanl Marco Listrom, Ist year Iettermang Craig Maddox, 2nd year Ietterman, All-Conference Defensive teamg Mike Fain, 2nd year Iettermang John Groves, lst year Iettermang John Bryant, Ist year Iettermang Terry Adkison, Ist year Iettermang Tom Pritchard, Ist year Iettermang Jim Knipple. Third row: Sean Birmingham, Ist year lettermang Kirk Lewisg Harry Roseg Bob Arndtg Johnny Spotts, 2nd year Iettermang Wayne Leer, lst year Iettermang Dave Cain, Ist year Iettermang Steve Foertsch, Ist year Iettermang Clyde McConnell, Ist year letterman, All-Conference Defensive teamg Kim Christiansen. Fourth row: Rick Powers, 2nd year Iettermang Roger Reusch, Ist year lettermang John Lowman, Ist year Iettermang Ray Scheid, Ist year Iettermang Russ VanNess, 2nd year Iettermang Mark Douglas: Gary Miller, Ist year Iettermang Ray Withrowg Kim Miller, lst year Iettermang Dick Ramey, lst year Ietterman: Jim Claunch, 2nd year Ietterman. Fifth row: Mike Speer. 2nd year Iettermanz Robin Rogersg Jerry Shipe, Ist year' Iettermang Lynn Corbett: Doug Lee, 2nd year Ietterman, All-Conference Offensive team: Cliff Belcher, 2nd year letter- mang Bob Carr, Ist year Iettermang Dan Velasquezg Gene Litteken, 2nd year Iettermang Gary Sachs, Ist year Ietterman. All-Conference Defensive team. Not Pictured: Jerry Spottsg Jim Kidwellg Craig Fossett. .K. C. Hornets Chopped INDIVIDUAL HONORS Honorary Co-Captains Craig Maddox 84 Doug Lee Most Inspirational Player Doug Lee Outstanding Receiver Doug Lee Outstanding Offensive Back Johnny Spgng Outstanding Offensive Lineman Ray Sgheid Outstanding Defensive Back Clyde MCCOUUQII Outstanding Defensive Lineman Craig Maddgx . ,,. .wc-,5 Plifix 4, I if N K1 f N.K! f N.Ku I . N.K. 21 N.K. N.K I N.K I N.K N.K N.K I if lettermanl 'mung John :rmung Jim 'ayne Leer, Conference n, lst year throw: Kim mam Robin year letter- 'e Defensive ned 'VARSITY RECGRD W K C Southeast N K C Southwest N K C Wm Chrisman N K C Truman N K C Raytown N.K.C. Ray. South l4 N.K.C. Oak Park I3 N.K.C. Center J 0 26 f N.K.C. ROCkl1LlfSI Cliff Belcher grabs the first score against the Oakies O 27 N,K.C, Ruskin 20 8 The akies In Habf Terry Adkison hands off to Sean Birmingham against Southwest. 5 ' ' "I e"",f ': ' 'f "" , . -ft - Y . , ..u?' f- T L . I - F . fs, ,, Q fr W - Q " Tai T 2 if T e ' f l Ee' After a rather meager and unrewarding opening to the season with several losses, the Varsity football squad gained confidence and co-ordination to end the season with a run of victories, terminating with a victory over Oak Park by I3 points to l2. This was the first time that Northtown had defeated Oak Park. and in fact the first time that Northtown had scored against them in the five years of Northtown-Oak Park duels. The valiant efforts by the squad, expected to finish last in the conference, achieved third place with a 4 and 3 record by the end of the season. Victories were gained over Raytown, Oak Park, Truman and Raytown South, all very closely fought games. Re- flecting on previous years this season was an undis- putable improvement, and all concerned with the re- sult are to be congratulated. The squad deserved praise for their team spirit and determination even when the future was extremely dark. Coach Boyce should also receive special thanks for his devotion to the players, and for engineering them into a praise- worthy team. With his continued guidance next year success is certain, as is another victory over Oak Park. X 'vqw Head Coach Jerry Boyce Mike Speer in the clear runs for daylight around the left end. Tom Prltuhnrd struluhes out .md runs lor the second loughdown ol thu O P -'dmc orlhlown S Successf Mdnlgurs .md lmlncrs loft to rlght Don Tigner Chr15 Pumphruy Dwlaht Sale Jlm Holl 2nd your lulgrmnn Rrgk Brouk Kmnnw Nelson 2nd yelr lclterman Eric Olson 7nd year lctlernmn Standing Mlke Rogus Bob Carlson 3rd mar ln.llnrm.xn Not pictured Turrx RxLhardS: Guv Voeller 7nd year lellcrnmn .-P' Nb We 4. , 'ik J. V. Hornets attempt to block an Oak Park pass. J. V. and Sophomores Show Foertsch prepares for the pass. N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C. N.K.C Oak Park Center Truman Southwest J. V. TEAM RECORD 0 77 7 73 0 I9 -,i,1, ,,t . .WD train, , Altitmelg year nw joined a vietorj At the omore squad t remove heads c TFL Front ro Rhoades Hubble, Spotts. I Coach T1 'Hui :nal C . ,, . f Q fs 1 .H t-4 ,ww sw 5 F The Sophomore football team this year finished with a -l and 4 record. Victories were achieved over Ruskin. Cen- remove the rock of uncertainty that has hung over the heads of the Northtown footballers for so many years. Q SOPHOMORE iifxivi RECORD tt.-ii Truman and William Chrisman High Schools. This in NKC' 8 Oak Park 28 was an improvement over last year. The ability shown hy thc Sophomore team is certain to provide many future T N K C gy Rugkm lj stars for the Varsity team. In fact. members of the i i i in 5 T Sophomore team have appeared this season on the Varsity ' bl K C ,O Ccmcr 1, squad. V i ' ' T T 1 I V A U N.K.C. 20 Truman l3 Although there was no official Junior Varsity' team this year members of the Sophomore and Varsity squads NKC H RW South ,6 joined forces to play four games which failed to bring i i Q i T if lilclorl lor NKL' N.K.C. 6 Chrisman 0 At the football banquet, in November, the J.V. and Soph- R N K C I4 Rqylown 70 oinore teams accepted the challenge given by the Varsity squad to beat Cak Park again next year, and to finally - N'K.C. 8 S M South 23 me Norlhlown Spirit. Front row l to r: Dave Williams. Jack Probst. Chuck Haynes, Mike True, Vince Gordon, Chris Williams, Peter Kiefhaber. Second row: Perry Rhoades. Gary Cover, Craig Moore, John R. Smith. John McClellan, Dave Ralston, James Hudson. Third row: Casey' Klepper, John Claunch, Mark Hubble, Steve Raney, Kim Norris, Ray Raley. Fourth row: Lawrence Kloepful, Mike Tigner, Dave Shuh, Don Perry, Richard Coomes, Larry Spolts, Ron McElwain. Fifth row: Bill Crook, Brad Ingram, Gary Helwig, Scott Brown, Larry Brewer, Mark Ash, Sean Birmingham. Sixth row: Coach Tom Shaw, Mike Coffey, Rich Dawson, Coach Jack Patterson. mm I ' . , , - I ' . 4 'W-"""-T"T K.. K.. K., X .RXRSITY -Oth Annual TEANI RECORD Lees Summit Liberty ' Truman Ray. South Oak Park Wm. Chrisman Ruskin Raytoxxn Center 'niiurf T 12 L. Ray. South Oak Park Wm. Chrism'1n Ruskin Center Raytown Park Hill ' St. Joseph Central U ' ' . Dale McEowen drives to the base line fora shot beforethe half. NKC. Invitational Ray. South , Lee s Summit Oak Park lx C NU H 44 lx C TO ,tj K C 66 4' iN C 67 1 67 lx C 42 61 lx C 60 ww lx C W 42 l Q 5 lx C 68 40 K C 39 Truman R0 "- lx C 'l ml f K C 6-1 t L -13 lx C W-l L N9 lx C 7l 17 K C 86 6x lx C 67 6-1 C 7w D8 C v0 D6 K C 29 13 C N6 ' 33 K C 60 68 askelball, '69-' Robin Hulen leads the Hornets in a fast break. s., .-4 A 40 ii l ' i l 5,4 . ,,- . .. , 5 4 .. I O D ik 4 . - f tgirl! 7 4 1 L-I ' fin 4Q 1 'l . I 1 1 ' 5 . V' 4' if . Qlvf' I l l 3 J ' i l A 5 l , i , lx ,I 5 lr , 3 l i 5 ' I i i l l 4 E l i With his usual grace, Craig Shour takes the ball. ii 1 ,i pi S . This scason's Varsity Basketballcrs liiriislu.-rl with a conference record ol' 9 and 5, attaining them second place. After a somewhat unsure opening to the season with defeats in tlie 20th annual N.K,C Basketball Tourney, the team found its tracks in thc road to suc- cess and maintained a consistently high record of victories. This season's team has shown a considerable im- provement over previous years. Improvement is due largely to the high standards of play achieved by the team, which throughout displayed unity, organization, precision and sportsmanship, Praisemust also go to Coach Bob Ogden, under whose guidance, coached the team to their outstanding record. 6' ll" Craig Shour, Woody Dunning, Robin Hulen, Roger Mathes and Doug Lee provided the backbone of the team this season. Managers and trainers must also be mentioned, without whose valuable help such a basketball team would never have existed. gf f f""fr'2 an . V! , 1 ,fs f ak! ' 1 5' . ef M 3 rj Front Majc H ornels ...... . if . Mark Sadler prepares to sink a shot against Lee's Summit. il l Q l S l ll Q3 i l HUHNETQ a 2 ' X ,, ia, , , A . 5 - ' . QR XJ 1 .,,, ,,.. 'M 3 A 4 . . 'L A -:f :-:s .-:Wnmmw,ww:vf.M.0,gk, - ,, , i I H My A A W i. , ,, -f-.. :-wvflSWw:.:..w,mQ.J,,f,gA . RQ,,'i--kxkWg,,,xHlN4-IQ Sm:.k k A t , , . .,kA X ,M Z A ng . . W A Q , ' - . M ' ' V I, ':" 1 V' Immun r' A Q ,, , v o C Wh 'I ,1 W , , . -. , C, -We ' :Elf if ,wx .yryl All. I A v, X531 gif? .ff,.,,j:Z if ,,-! K Ai ff .-,NMWLVJ A x K ,qi . .ki N , I kcibaii , N , kj Y YM' XJ Q 5 """""""' l,,. g Q if 3,4 .O SUC- N :rd of 4:33 l ,J , X i iC lm' 3 . , y is due , 'gf ' J by the gation, go to ,A gg.. ,ed the 6 Hulen, :kbone S ITIUSK J such Front row, I lo r: Woody Dunning, Mark Sadler, Dale McEowen, Robin Hulen, Mark Herter. Leonard Livesay. Second row, Coach Bob Ogden, Rex Majors, Jim Braddock, Roger Mathes, Craig Shour, Kris Kramer, Doug Lee, Coach James Shepherd. . . . . . 2nd In Conference. . Northlown wins the lip as Craig Shour out-jumps Mike McCianahan of Lee's Summit. 'X X 4 7 ,lx . f , 3 f ' 5 ' 5 X f if ,Q , Q , , x Q 9" ij' I . an f , U ,f. . 'H , I f 1- 3 I it ,, I X- E ""'f 2 Q, N.. "WW if L 4? " 's " ' ' A, 1, I , 1 i V if , f fm, ,M 7 .Z Z R 4 z X Y .A Sa Y eolfcnse. Xddnional praise was given to the Hornets alter ilic season came to a close. Craig Shour and Roger Mathes i-,cre sclcclcd lor Llic Suburban Eight fXll-Conlcrencc lcani. Two ol' the other liic starters were awarded Honorable Nlcnlion. Tlicy were Woody Dunning, lor the second consecutive year, and Robin Hulen. Craig Shour blocks Bill Flainank ol the Cardinals. Woody Dunning and Roger Malhes inlimidalc an O ikie Doug Lee drives in for a three point play against St. Joseph Central. H ornels Reach Regional Semi Finals Gary Krueger, pictured at right, and Hal Elkins were the basket- ball managers this season. Their duties were to keep statistics of the games, and maintain equipment. Their organization and industry gave a needed baekbone to the team. tes-what 112' f X r W Nkc N.k.C Nkc N.k.C N.k.C Nkc N.k.C Nkc N.k.C Nkc N.k.C N.k.C N.K.C. N.K.C N.K.C. N.K.C. J. V. TEAM RECORD 38 Lee's Summit 56 Liberty 50 Truman 35 Ray. South 23 Oak Park 60 Wm. Chrisman 50 Ruskin 43 Raytown 48 Center 5l Truman Ray. South Oak Park Wm. Chrisman Ruskin Center Raytown 3l 26 51 64 38 52 60 38 49 52 53 f 55 56 f - 44 44 ' 36 57 45 52 45 39 56 Jim Lopez' passes to Dennis Copeland at the high post. ,....I"f ,I ff' K, Ambidextrously Terry Myers shoots a left-handed lay-up. Junior Varsity Basketballers finished with an 8 and 8 record for their games, which was better than pre- vious years' records. Under the coaching guidance of Coach James Shepherd the team evolved from a shaky start to finish with a rally of victories. All the players showed the makings of varsity players for next year, and in the later games of this season, Terry Myers, Paul Miller and Dennis Copeland ap- peared on the varsity squad. Many tributes could be paid to the team but "very well done" covers all. Northtown is assured of a Varsity Team of excellent quality next year on the basis of this year's Junior Varsity performance. Hy-Llp. and 8 tn pre- xnce of 1 shaky players season, nd up- Juld be ers all. xcellent Junior Front row, l to r, Jlm Lopez, Gregg Doble, Scott Brown, Steve Foertsch, Guy Voeller. Second row, Terry Swayze Terry Myers, Dennis Copeland, Paul Miller, Coach James Shepherd. yflerfl Weak Start J. V. Comes Back Strong. . . N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C NRC N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C. Center P'1rk Hill Ruskin Park Hill Ruskin Ray. South Center 7' N.K.C Y N.K.C - N.K.C ' N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C. V- N.K.C. Raytown Truinwn Excelsior Spring Excelkior Spring Wm. Chrisman Ray. South Ruytown SOPHOMORE TEAM RECORD 42 46 125 , 79 . 79 41 L Z-1 Wm. Chrisnian 60 N.K,C 48 Truman ' 3-1 77 gm - -I -ll 34 -10 3 -ll 37 32 37 6-1 x6 30 77 31 Sophomore Basketball Team, Front row, 1 to rg Mark Calvert, Craig Moore, John Hopkins, Bob Dawson. Second row, Paul Brethauer George ' ' ' ' ' " ' " ' :Ch 'kH Brad In Lucas, Duffey Cochran, Mike Hinck. Back row, Coach Warren Platt, Don Wood, Brad Korris, Rick Spain. Not pictured uc aynes gram, Larry Brewer. 1 fi ff ,?- X Omewf V? Q 51 57 58 49 34 48 62 59 auer, George nes, Brad In- My I 32 IfAl First You Dorff Succeed Hornets smk another sure shot Ed Mertz executes a "figure four" on an opponent. Grapplers Sweep nvitalional, Steve Ash renders a Southwest Indian immobile. Hornet grapplers exhibited their prowess. in sweeping the N.K.C. Invitational, Suburban 8 conference, and district meets. N.K.C. accumu- lated 133 points as compared to the ll5 points of Oak Park and Leavenworth at the N.K.C. Invitational. They again slipped by the North- men at the conference meet by the score of 87- 86. At the district tournament, the Hornets com- piled a 54 point lead over the second place Lexington team thanks to five first place wrestlers. An outstanding performance was shown by senior John Lowman, who, in his first year of wrestling, took first place in all three meets. Steve Ash placed first in the conference and the district. Lee Blankenship placed first in the district, also, and took first at the Invitational. al, vess in irban 8 lccuniu- 5 points hLKHC. Plorth- : Of 87- tsconr 1 mace mace wn by year of nieets. ee and in the 1Uonal A familiar sight at N.K.C. as another Hornet achieves his pin. Conference, and Dz'slrz'el. Lester Palmer struggles for his five points. -J ,ev-f in WW aww M f.: ,A .... .,:,:ae. X EE, ,. ..: We f , j f 5 X ff fs V 7 if ff Front Row, l to r: Ross Wolfe, Randy Floyd, Jim Eaton. Second row, Jeff Deuce, Doyle Donovan, Tom Ewing, Lester Palmer, Steve Ash, Dale Ewing, Ed Mertz. Third row, Jim Claunch, Randy Galbraith, John Lowman. Frank Hoover, Steve Bradford. Pete Kiefhaber, Fourth row, Bill Shep- herd, Richard Parnacot. Dan Thurston, tmanagerl, Gary Coone, Leon Clifford, Larry Spotts, Bob Edinger. Fifth row, John Claunch, Denzel Clif- ford, Jerry Spotts, Steve Shortess, Jim Hudson. Sixth row, Don Perry, Mark Ash, Keith Gardener. Johnny Spotts. , Head Coach-Joe Crouthers Assistant Coach-Jerry Diehl. If X M am, A ,l J . . My Xi' J Wa Kg , E - iegmigxf Lf: V wma-1' f ow! 099' St S C ta sh, Dule ill Shep- zel Clif- KW Alter an exeellenl showing it the Invitational District and Regional tournaments North Kansas City Qrapplers went on to take seventh pl tee in the state Three Hornets went to the stite eom petition held this year at Lees Summit High School They were John Lowinan of the ISS lb weight group Steve Ash of the l73 lb weiflht 7 group and Lee Blankenship of the ll5 lb weight Qroup Aeh took second and Blankenship took fourth place in the state tournament Lee Blankenship exhibits the for'n that gained him fourth plane in the state eompetition 6 Hit' 'Xsh displays his talent with whith he earned vipetition, second pluee in the John Lownian. champion ol the Invitaitionnl, liistriet .intl Rt null wats the third Hornet to tittcntl the stzitc t'oiiilit'ttl10H N E P' I Z" Q6 NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC mall! Steve Ash keeps control as his opponent attempts a "sit-out." Q, www ,Q f-4 , ,, Wrestlers Show VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY Southwest Wm Chrlsman Maryvllle Savannah Lee s Summlt Grandvrew Raytown Northwest R1verv1ew Gardens Excelslor Sprrngs Exeelslor Sprlngs Raytown South Oak Park Center Truman Ruskln N K C Invltatlonal N K C FIFSI Conference N K C Frrst Dlstrlct N K C FITSI Reglonals N K C Second State N K C Seventh NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC Wm Chrlsman Maryvrlle Savannah Lee s Summlt Raytown EXCCISIOF Sprlngs Raytown South Oak Park Center Ruskln 5 44 Ross Wolfe struggles for the advantage. ndzvzdual Talent. Roger Reusch inflicts pain on a Southwest Indian. ,sp M V W , I Wk I, .M W , , 1 fff f ' ' " gina-W f ,, .Z g wi ':w",7 if ?1 uitkm 1!Xlh 1 ii!! .dm Nun U NW. Wlic Wifi 4251! 48811 753331 5 mfr W' ,Q 2,3 .' pf N ,za M,,v X X X X NNXK GR M , U X Xp X f Y' Ms ,- N 'x ' .-... ' 3 , 12-,WV .Q , il W Qi , -N WN Q , asv , , xi, -NX: X rx.. H, up V M 27 fffny l .1 . 4, I . ., I , 5 ' , f ' , , . 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S45 " 71 '1' 3 H f x K2 'ff ,,a.g,.. f"' V457 QW I ?f, .,4z1., .fi- ,'AZfife9igy,f.ia? fi 4. , , -N, ,-flfiewzfw, . will V ' , Q JUNIOR VARSITY: Gail Edwards, Sherri Hitchborn, Diane Norman, Jackie Bray, Roxanne Jenkins, and Glenda Page. We Laughed. . ., We Cried. fBack Spoor Major pictun if Z Vx f f X n' ,C f i.NsiXi,,, f,z,iNre4, raeir I3 fm! I' ' ' Na Na Na Na, Hey Northtown, you're alright. l emalrissea w ,- wmv up - f ,nm 'a X J f L - Z V ,fa ,, 5724? 7 7, Q41 f ,,,w ,, M . , ,an ss. qzfmsf A -,J is 0, -X ' IQ' Met , QV" WSW S as se,433WQf,,,, t , , ,, 'WP A w, - Pep Club boasts the largest and loudest organi- zation at N.K.C. Approximately 400 purple uniforms are seen on the days of games, parad- ing around the halls and crowding into the Pep Club office. The members find themselves busy making banners, going to games, decorating lockers, or baking cakes for their "sons". Led by Mother Stone and Rhonda Westman, presi- dent, Pep 'Club undertakes many projects. Among these are: the adoption of boys, work- shop in the summer, and Homecoming. Pep Club is the pride and spirit of N.K.C. Joanie gets movin' with McEowen. fBack Rowj Carol Baughman, Barbie Loepp, Ann Alpers, Reggi Nichols, Pam Lowry, Marcy Lowe, Wendy Weber, Margaret Little, Jeannie Spoor, fMiddle Rowj Sharon Gorman, Melissa McCall, Paula Wilson, Nancy Hughes, Kathy Jarling, Cherly Gibbens, Susie Walker, Vicki Majors, June Leighty, Paula Kolterman, QFront Rowj Mindy Morse, Diane Hensley, Joanie Schadel, Sherry Adams, Lynda Grider, fNot picturedj Cindy Richardson, Melissa Tyron. ,fer ,tg 42 'W 1 ae rm 7, WW Fellowship of Chrz'slz'czn Athletes Fellowship of Christian Athletes, organized at NKC in l968, worked to create a sportsmanlike attitude in athletics and in life. Speakers in various athletic fields came to Northtown to share their views with members of the club. FCA officers for the 1969-70 year were: president, Dale Mclioweng vice-president, Russ Van Nessg treasurer, John Spotts, Chaplain, Kim Christainson. ef ,,., ,,,,.... Mike Sterling relates his experiences to FCA. FCA profits from a Super Victory Rough and tough and mighty are we? -A .km f mf,-. 3, 7115, Dilig home sellin for t work comi the 4 year. 'K J K f f , , SMF? f .My W 9 I Ray Hastings talks over future plans of N-Club. Key Club Diligent Key Club members were seen at home football and basketball games this year, selling popcorn in an effort to raise money for their club. With this money, the members worked as a service to the school and the community. With the help of Mr. Brad Hirni, the club was able to record a very successful year. 5' t R if af - N-Club N-Club was comprised of those boys who excelled in a certain sport at Northtown. Coach Crouthers and Ray Hastings led the club through various activities, including the adoption of needy families at Christ- mas. The year closed for N-Club as the members enjoyed a picnic with Pep Club. 4-M' W, 3 ,ff Key Club officers, from left to right: Dennis Van Arsdale, vice-president Jerry Majers, secretary, Tom Dobson, presidentg John Long, treasurer, Mike Williams, historian. Don't come a step closer, I have a brown belt in Karate! V 47 . ,W M ,gf 4 WW f Science Club Science Club was formed in to promote an interest and participation in science. Carl ley, president, and Mr. Craig. order wider Lang- spon- sor, headed Science Club through the I969-70 school year. Modern Music Masters Modern Music Masters, an hon- orary organization headed by Mr. White, allowed students an oppor- tunity to develop better habits in music listening and performance. Northtown students with a vocal or instrumental talent were invited to become members of Tri-M and were given a chance to hear speak- ersduring the year. Ca '1 Hcult ous porta reer Mrs. club for tl v V 'ff A' GN 7 ,wi V order wider -ang- spon- 'ough af t ' Health Careers Club Health Careers Club enjoyed vari- ous speakers as they gained im- portant knowledge concerning a ca- reer in medicine. Mrs. Beigel and Mrs. Ness, sponsors, helped the club members arrange activities for the year. Gi 3, 4 as Kb ' tl A former student, Martha Richardson, returns to tell about her career The sponsors of Health Careers Club talk over future plans. MQW ' fm-fa f ww WM f r f,?v"f7 f .,,,. . f - tm 4 445. W ,X , If , e , an 4 K ff X - . mfg Decal Club Deca Club, proposed by the state department of edu- cation, worked to promote career interest in distribu- tion and marketing. Members were required to be enrolled in the cooperative distributive education class. During the year the Deca members were vo- cation speakers for the special education classes along with helping at the state school for the re- tarded. The climax for Deca came in April at the vo- cational banquet held in their honor. , Yinih ' '--.-.U-M.-r 4 f QQ' i 4 v, 7 ff, A A ' ' ,f-"f. ," ' 1 I'-' 21 .' ,, - fe-2,1 Y. - ., if 4 xii!" ' 3 X y V- ' f .. 'S 5 ' -. ' 2 Ah I-as .g.,-yr ' f , . 3, ,. ffl f -. 1: . f if Q H 2- ,,, " . ,, I i 1 I if-L4-ml hi I " W a l, al fi l E '5 4 X 9 Mr. Briggs, Deca Club sponsor, with officers: Rod Henderson, Pam Mustard, Paul Woolmer, Rick Scott, Terry Marthaler, and Greg Reel. FTA officers, from left to right: Janet Lee, Shirley McCoy, Susan Kephart, Jeff Wright, and Val- erie Hughes. 'ww 82 FTA Future Teachers of America pro- vided students with information about teaching as a profession. Along with this, FTA completed several service projects during the 1969-70 school year. Students with an interest in teaching learned much about their future career through FTA. it s If F S ., - 'ju'-n, 3 i 9 n, Pam :I Greg Mr. Moore works with FBLA members. i """"""'TT""7"T'Tf' U" ,ww 1 .NW N A ,fm XZ fu 355, ic I , N- l Interested FBLA members learn fromldommunity business leaders pro- ation sion. leted the t with nuch Jugh f FBLA Hoping to stimulate an interest in business education and to develop better business leaders, FBLA met every month to plan for future events. At the end of the year Fu- ture Business Leaders of America awarded a pin to the -outstanding business student in the senior class. Officers of FBLA are: president, Connie Hubbleg vice-president, Judy Holliwayg secretary, Chris Dunng treasurer, Linda Butler: reporter, Nacie Nenaber. Every little bit helps! Y- Teens Working in the interest of others, Y-Teens also helped each member grow as a person. Sweetheart Ball, World Week of Prayer, and a Halloween party for the retarded children, were some of the activities Y-Teens participated in. The l969-70 officers were: .lan Harris, presidentg Chris Realph, vice-presidentg Kim Van'Kirk, secretaryg Dietta Atkins, treasurerg Reggi Nichols, Shae Stark, historiansg Diane Schmidt, chaplain. Y-Teens work with Others. "Some of us have it . . . Most of us don't" , ti' lips. Lets start at the beginning . . . This is a tennis racket... GRA Girls' Recreation Association gave girls with athletic talents a chance for further participation. Northtown's GRA club was in- vited to other schools to com- pete in athletic events, and in order to prepare for these events, the members worked after school developing their special strate- gies. Officers of GRA were: Marcy Lowe, presidentg Marcia Courtney, vice-presidentg Ed- wina Bringe, secretary-treasur- erg Debbie Balagna, sports manager. 117' An experienced model gives FHA members some basic FHA FHA, a national organization, was founded to meet the needs of girls who will be Ameri- ea's future homemakers. It was designed to help these girls develop desirable attitudes and skills, NKC's future homemakers ol' America adopted a needy family at Christ- ll S. mas. and had various speakers attend their meetings. Cinda Reed and Janet Dodson prepare refreshments for an VHA meeting. French Club Students. interested in adding to their knowledge about France. comprised French Club's member- ship. To become a full-fledged member of the club. it was necessary to undergo an initiation which at times became very sticky. Alter initiation. French club prepared lor future activities. Officers of French club are: Lynne Winbigler, president: Paula Mueller. vice-president: Becky Fischer. secretary- treasurer: Debbie Smith. historian. Spauislz Club Spanish Club members had a chance to attend a Spanish movie and to learn the art of fencing during the l969-70 school year. After initiation early in the year, the members began money making projects in order to accomplish what they had set out to do. Their dreams became reality as 1970 proved to be a very successful year. Spanish Club officers: Tim Wilson, president: Linda Walker, vice-president: Duane Carter, treasurer: Janet Lee, secretary: Raymond Nance, Sgt-at-arms. German Club Selling candy was one method German Club used for making money to support the activities of their club. One important activity was the Christmas display for Ward Parkway which was made by Northtown's German Club. Werner Hebeisen, exchange student from Austria, added much to the club concerning culture and customs in his country. German Club officers: Bill Livingston, president: Werner Hebei- sen, vice-president: Sheila O'Neal, secretary: Donna Rice. treasurer. l xii? 'S S T1 ff, That's not the French I taught you! Spanlsh Club VICWS a demonstratlon on fencmg rn, Au Revoir, Adios to another year. lll'lS. fum--'rf :V " 1:7 . . V, Enthusiasm is never a problem for German Club. 44 Head Pholonm her: wgvld Swff ' CO-CdllOI'1 Cindy Rlchardson Photographers: ACt1Vlll6S. Stevinson Tom Sundal Nancy Hodge King Doug Brown .lan Harris ' John Craig Clubb Regina Caple Bdrbne Loc-:pp of gf M Q 4 w , ., Q, 'nga' ssl ag ,V I 2 a ry "f , I, v V ak, vv Co-cdilor Duic Nic!-ou.. Advisor Bun UC N'1L1dcli1 Gihm 1' 4 ju W? -..,,X Ml 1 Q, . gl ,af if W- at V A! N5 fn ' , 5 M . Flillulty 84 Curriculum: Sports Gale Bullock Dems Robmson Darcia smith Cl355C51 Robin Light Stephanie Turner Z D Q s W if if B4 a t Q g, iw Robln flu X 'a Z e S f A , uf V TNMWW if f lf-X4 f ff? ' :wg ww I fff 3 i4f"" ff V , QQ' f ffm ff 6 ' V Aw, iw L 'ws' 452830, Z 3 ' f Zif , ,. A ,My ff Q X H ,fo f ,1 Ax W- f f 1 f 9 'ez' , V ,A 'aff 4 ' Rr Q if w 1 4: 1 Z ff 'J W Student Council members worked hard to make the Chili Supper a success. Student Counczl Student Council worked throughout the 1969-70 school year in order to bring Northtown stu- dents representation in school affairs. Elected last spring, Mike Fain, president, and Mark Sadler, vice-president, led Student Council mem- bers through various projects. Ditty bags were sent to the troops in Vietnam and the annual Chili Supper proved successful. The Student Faculty Committee got off to a better start this year, and open meetings of Student Council were held to encourage further student representation. Student Faculty Committee works to establish better communications. The Wa y Progress. ,LQ , Au, ' .l qi ff i ii . ,F Front row: Christw Whztsett, treasurer: Connie tlwplziirig Kim Christiansen,Sgt.-at-arms. , ,, 7, f -W... Collins. Secretziryg Mark Sadler, 5, 6 vie 4 jflff M e-presidentg Mike Fuin, president. Back row: Craig Maddox l t l ,Fluatucutttj HONOR SOQQIETYV sf y M if my -0""'-?.4,,'. lx Q ll th X , t fps , ,, t, Lll' to ci, l r, lb The National Honor Society reflects pride in aca- demic and personal achievement, while at the same time encouraging interest and participation in school leadership. Attitude is an intregal part of the prog- ress of any civilization-getting involved makes menwmen make nations. ' 'WY ,M ,W , , W Y' new ,, pf? my 'V Bottom Row: Linda Murphy, Linda Beaubien. Second Row: Darcia Smith. Rita Boehnlein. Third Row: Robin Light, Karen Kanngiesser. Fourth Row: Cindy Richardson, Madeline Gibson, Marcia Courtney, Linda Walter. Jan Harris, Regina Caple. Fifth Row: Gale Bullock, Doug Brown. NJWJ Bott. Smit Pulls Four ger, t.,.w,f,,..t-Q We 4 X. tw .M ,gp ,-w 5 X 1 X , if - -5 if B nh E t w . ...4 ' W NWSWVWW -ww We Wmpmmwwmwwwwwm Vx., , W M " '0' 'H ' ua' ""'K,' st 1 -ima A QQ ', f ,, ,, g -in im i 1- Q sw -419' 9 me 'tj- ? AZAZ , ,,.,A I V -.,- , mv-in fi ifbt f 5 yg 'Q wwf! 5 S V Q . f ' i W mn, 'ww V rcia Smith, Jurth Row: Valter, Jan P 5 '- iw' had 4 Bottom Row: Chris Realph, Marcie Jenkins, Janet Dodson, Christy Whitsitt, Becky Fischer, Connie Hubble, Jane Dudley, Connie Drake, Hazel Smith. Second Row: Diane Schmidt, Virginia McCarthy, Nancy Gallagher, Leta Giles, Mariellen Thompkins, Lynn Batsch, Marilyn Thompson, Judy Pulley, Nancy Brizendine, Third Row: Chris Hecht, Steve Ash, Paula Mueller, Mary Wilkerson, Roxie Sisson, Marilyn Ruben, Gary Kruger Fourth Row: Joc Wiswell, Dan Albertson, Duane Carter, Tim Wilson, Gary Lambert, Robin Hulen, Dale McEowen, Ted Schlesselman, Neil Ber- ger, Marvin Wells, Alan Wiest, Chris Hartman, Craig Fossett, Mark Sadler. ff +6 ft'-M ' " Walk Together, Ti A rn eriean Field S erviee Under the leadership of Mr. Blaine and Miss Wide- brook. AFS promoted international goodwill. The ma- jor projects for a successful year were: "You've Come Along Way Baby," the magazine sales, and Bells for Peace. NKC was fortunate to receive three enthusiastic exchange students: Ya-Ya from Peru, Denis from England, and Werner from Austria. The officers were President, Joe Wiswell: Vice-President, Nancy Hodgeg Secretary. Sally Sterling: Treasurer. Marcie Jenkins: Historian, Diane Schmidt: and Sgt. at Arms, Steven Shortess. Bells for Peace convey the true meaning of Christmas "Ng kinda' long and thin." Folk Singing fills the international gap. 'Nbr ? Wide- e ma- 'ou've , and three Peru, . The sident, isurer, Sgt. at Talk Together ' f X Myra . t im ' f Y "war 'f - "'- 'r'5:f::f"' : . ,ff - f Z ' +24 'f::5:,E5:Q-LI-'i'E,f-"1:,I:..fj 1 'WA , O 0 O I W XMLJ, WN . ,Q i' . A 5? ,J w ' K 1 , W I , 9' Q, 5 fyak. . , fy ,y ,fi W I X , , - V S wi 4' if ,va , t tt ,f ,gh ., f- .ss f . W A- , 1. . -f t ,df , ,Y as-an ffg 1 , 1 -f s , 1-:ti -if M' - ,114 f f f f ft , - NT. rift" A , , X ' X ,, , KW. .1 4 V W A, AAQ P t , A Q ff tt 3- X f 'K s sw ss! x t- 2 Q A 1 1 , ,Q A W-Wa, Q' f at , as a f 4 t - 5 we , . p Denis Roger Denis Robinson came to Northtown from Hinckley, Leicestershire, England and brought with him a great sense of humor, typical of our mother country. According to Denis, as he pre- ferred to be called, "It is great to have visited the colonies." Along with being a member of the Purgola' staff, the 6'2" Englishman found time for enjoyment with "brother" Steve Short- ess and the rest of his American family. Upon returning home, Denis hopes to pursue a career in the police force after attending the University of Wales. He found the halls of Northtown cha- otic but friendly and expressed his fondness for England when he said, "You don't appreciate your own country until you are away from it." , , 'Vip H ggilyb 4 .Wk X 4 X , X 5 We X Denis's English wit was enjoyed by all those who knew him. What did you say not to cut? 4' Kimi 44 KW , ifyffc it J 14 5 'fi W5 ,471 '41 Q51 A , fy, 3 1 i i i Ya Ya and Paula keep up with the busy pace at Northtown. 'N , ,afsrfea aw, ,Mr Ya Ya reached many people during the year. . . . All yepeoples Ya Ya As an active member of AFS, Pep Club, and Y-teens, Maria Nelda Mejia Palacios contributed much to North Kansas City. Ya Ya, as she was called, makes her permanent home in Arequipa, Peru, but during her stay in America, she found life with Paula Kolterman an exciting experience. Ya Ya was impressed with the Student Council and the friendly atmosphere at North- town, but found that life in the United States was gen- erally busy. Hoping to become a psychologist, Ya Ya plans to attend a university when she returns to Peru. Her reason for coming to America was, that since she was a child, Ya Ya had hoped to visit the United States and to meet the people. Northtown was very lucky that she got her wish. , , await' O Clat beisc pres a bi to k schc of ti the on 1 nois brot ' fl ilu' -1' I" I - -- A -Y W Y .If v, - . tel , , ,.,.,,v,,..a .. , .. .,..,,., N ,,..,.t..,,..... W, W Mywmw . we-1 was-r-wff-V-ef-f-rf-v' - Werner and Claude enjoy NKC's new courtyard. ales of the Earth." Y-teens, o North kes her ing her lterman vith the North- fas gen- Ya Ya o Peru. nce she 1 States :ky that rw" - Werner as concert master of the orchestra Werner Claude Anderson was .the "brother" of Werner He- beisen from Scharding, Austria. Werner's first im- pression of NKC was that he was "not used to such a big town," Werner's interest in music enabled him to be the first exchange student to participate in the school orchestra. He has studied music since the age of ten. When Werner was asked what faults he thought the Americans had, he said they just turn the radio on and do not listen. The music seems to become just noise. Werner hopes to attend the university in Inns- brook. Austria when he returns home. 'B Thespzarzs ia? if 1 '41 Q 1 i 1 1 1 1 f f'f,yj if W. 521 ZW ' I y1 X 211 K ,, Q, v 1 '1 1 1 l ft f. I li: , tr ,gp 11 il 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 M1 2 Thespians was developed in order to en- courage high school students in the per- """""""' forming arts. Northtown's Thespians could be seen acting or working behind the scenes in the various school productions. Along with this, the members found themselves busy in the tournaments held throughout Missouri, winning trophies to eventually adorn the trophy case. Miss Fulton was the 1969-70 Thespian sponsor. Thespian officers, vice-president, Mariellen Tompkins, treasurer, Margaret Law- ingg secretary, Kay Brandon: president, Hazel Smith. na'ivz'a'ua!ily reflected ' Katie McGuckin, a Thespian member, per- . Thespians participate in the variety show. forms in the senior class play. MIK, is pf, ,sq . t f, , lv LL to en- ie per- s could : scenes Along mselves Jughout entually on was ted V i ,mxvziti E t t Madeline says "Hi" NKC's Invitational Tournament drew participation throughout the Midwest in Interpretations ational Forensic League What is NFL presenting now? X za-seam , National Forensic League recog- nizes those who excel in competi- tive speech and drama. A highlight of the year was the NKC Invitational Forsensics Tournament sponsored by the organization. ,Miss Hale and Miss Fulton, sponsors of the club, along with many club members, worked very hard in making the tournament a huge success. The of- ficers of NFL were: Madeline Gib- son, presidentg Duane Carter, Vice- presidentg Mary Wilkinson, secre- taryg Albert Erdman, treasurerg Margaret Lawing, Historian. Art Club NKC's students interested in furthering their appreciation and talent in art, had the oppor- tunity to participate in Art Club. Members met in the art room under the direction of Mrs. Frost and Mr. Price, club sponsors. A visit to the Nelson Art Gallery highlighted the year along with other activities sponsored by the club. --.... llhnngii- As sponsor of Creative Writers Club. Miss Strccker offered assistance in forming the Prism, Michael Estep presides over an Art Club meeting. C realive rilers Club Forming the Prism Staff, members of the creative writers club chose from writings of the student body, and wrote their own, short stories and poems, to form the Prism. This book, published late in the year, provided students showing creative talents a chance to have their works printed. Members of the l970 staff were: co-editors. Barb Wilson and Pat Behmg art editor. Karen Gehryg business manager, Mike Williams. v u' , Wada X+f , 1- : 5 H if we S writers d wrote Prism. students works 's, Barb business '-E555 A 'li Political Science members work to find answers to today's problems. C I O Political Science Club The Political Science Club was established in order to give those who are politically minded a chance to exercise their interest. Through the mock UN at Park Hill, the students were given a chance to par- ticipate in a' phase of our government. Tom Dobson leads a Political Science discussion. Literature of the now generation excites the Prism Staff. ,gif Q 101 In , ., f 0, f . 7 ,3 24 ya, ' f' . fi W I , W 'M . 7 V ff ' if .g1"'V ' f' f f , , - Ke- mv ,fb , . , 125, 1 f 464 X ivy .X-G , 3 yy-vf :mt ff My , ff A Q ,R 1 i Q 5 iff' 1 5 1 lf 5 f ff? f ' Y X vo w f .V ,,, X 1 f f f f 0 A 1 s 19 if ,,, 2 f y f A . ' Af f f X 11 1 V1 9 f y 4' 2 41 'Wig A . X f M. f va' 1 ff , V J 1 f . y 1 I f V 1 W ff f' f if Q 2, 4 H 7' ZZ ' X 'Z 'I f 7 m f 1 ,f fn. I X If 7V 4, ff 4.1 I ff ' f f fi is f A' V f f 4 1- 21'-21: I ff fy 1 ff K Q f 1 M-S! 4 4 x , 4 M f Q 41 A J. f-2' ff ' ' , 4, 9 77? ' J gf 'M M, X, f ans , .Z . X. 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' fee. f"':3'f ?7 S t f 7 va' K 'ff':,"1n rf' nw + l fir 'B W Us I as ,, l M wsifbmddaf 7, af ff I .-1 A f -Q . aaa ff , an W A N r 5" 'E F tt .. l ,Nl . fs Q ,. - . 5 , , w:,,,',g,,E Hina' 'fill' ., t Q , W V V 1 W' 1 L V4 F' V 1 ' , , 4 A ,, awww F Wag gpg 1 I , ,H 1 3 ,WW M 5' +4 4 Y 9 fn' Barbara Adams Ron Adams Sherry Adams Danny Ahern Dan Albertson Gary Alexander Ann Alpers Sherry Ambrose Claude Anderson Nancy Anderson Jackie Ansell Roger Amerine Kathy Armstrong Peggy Armstrong Sharon Armstrong Bob Arndt Steve Ash Dietta Atkins Bob Axtcll Robert Bailey 106 -52 ry, qv 1 get LM iavwgggggil aught if ,-H. 1 ' ."vf'. :,'1a:..'A 'I -f'.,'Af :fr 51 ,U 1 ,N ,,..,,.x3'-Y, "Wulf Mziry Baker Dehhie Bulugnn Ron Bunk: James Banner Dale Barnett Lynn Batsch Earl Baymiller Patty Beam Linda Beaubien Cliff Belcher Sue Bench Mary Bennett Peggy Bergstrom Phyllis Bergstrom Beth Besser Mike Bland Cathy Blankenship Lee Blankenship Mike Bledsoe Rita Boehnlein David Bowman Jim Braddock Russell Bradley Patty Braley Clill Brandenburg Fred Brandow Kaye Brandon Keith Brimer Edwina Bringe Betty Brizendine Nancy Brizendine Doug Brown Kathie Brown Laurie Brown wf i , Swinging seniors display their talents ? F7 if A " iin gp wh Lenz J N -I V' V fgQi.: '.-3.1, tiQli?7?l ' ai, f. aria. ,iz 1 ' 1 W: -.I-' 5 ms, .g..,:ff 1.4 ' gag Cale Bullock Diane Buneh Cindy Burge Mike Burr Sherry Bush Linda Butler Yvonne Butts Rhonda Cahill Robert Cain John Callahan Kim Callow Brenda Calvert L +rn chocc la 11 ,,,V.'a a. 1 .- 'ga' . 91 1 'i f ' If ,M fr nf A, , J A f- q?""" an 5' L u ' 4 if . 14 i ' u 7 4. N. E H 4 QM I r .5 4 -3 ' W' in in C v 1 .1 'l M if g .95 E5 v t f r 1 7"" ki MW Q 4 " l " 0 'i i . lv M gl .1 f , 3, ,Q W i Af 4 5 MI U, Ig !',,, 'X 4" :Qmfl 1' ff b K' ,l . 1 if I S l ,L 1 . 5 ,V il if L fig: F rg' lf JV 51 lv ff My X f is W, A it 1, lf 4 l l l 1 cv. , 4 'I E M ad" vs . Q ,g yi, ff. 41 if l 1 i ,Z vf , f '. , , ll 1 lm J f fl' n vwfgvsj , ln Q is Tn -I 108 ' :fr u VW , Vicki Calvert Regina Caple Patty Caray Gretchen Carlson Robert Carlson Glenn Carriker Greg Carrel Duane Carter 134' I "l'm sitting right here until you stop calling those chocolate cookies "Zit Delights." Susan Cary George Cascone Kathy Casey Richard Castaneda Susan Cessna Mark Chambers Sandra Chapman Carol Chester Jan Christian Kim Christiansen DeLee Christy Jim Claunch Leon Clifford Janet Coates I .fl l ' ,i' ii 1 l vi! 5 ,jx C 4 1 N 1 Ron Cobb Larry Cockcrcl " ' i i Richard Collman 5 , s ' I 2 ii Connie Collins i f, , A ' l Z i 5 Y' -fn 7 . . , ' iii ' '. ' , ii ' I'i ' f ,l ,Z Xp! . ., rl ' ' xi. -' , ,mi 1 Dennis Collins i , ZQV Janice Collins 3 xx Lz1rryConley , ,. TomCook A , gwni ,, M sim ati li' Il ii li il ,l l l I z, 5 li I 5 5 2 PQ I I 1 il li fl f A l wwii i lla? L lllglll 4 l l J il P C1 19 ' .. ji J ep u is l i l' , l il i l r Q ll 1 ' ' ' S S l l h I Laug - 11. , H1 , lf i li In l I , J Blake Corbley 5 Q3 i MarciaCourlney lA Jill Cowden Diann Crabaugh Q l i l l i llli ilxi , l ll J 1' i Y In I 5 i it' f John Craig Cherie Creswell A ,, . A lr DennisCrowlcy l, ill I -J i Rick Daffron :J ll r ir J l fll J i . , ii 70 4 il , ,U C ' -.-- E --ii Nlilfld Diihlalrom Debbie Davis Rick Davis Partly Deuring Kathy DeForest Debbie Dennis Connie Dewey Melvia Dillon You've got your "bippies" on backward. Terry Dingman Janet Dodson .1 K yldw Llyruff, uiylff LF Larry Dodson Lloyd Dolt ' -r , 4 . David Donahue Duwn Donovan , FN, .in , 111 Doug Duncan Cheryl Dunham Woody Dunning Harold Eams Chuck Edinger Linda Elam r down in bl?-' . L . 'ia I, 3, A A 5 r , 5, :PIII , i 4 1 4 1 , ,M . W ii Fifi if ' :Lf W. i 'Awe Wir 'lp J ."' if my , 1, 3 ' 5q.,25,gf', fe "9"e'rf V KG- 4 'fn yr-I hh' '-1 '-xfil . I 'pa' gif. f M,:f,.,f'1'.r,r,:- Lrg, ,- ' fc ,, " 'wgWn.W -7 r,-zf,:,"5.'w. 71' We lg-4'f,M i . .4 ., 4. ,J ,. F V. F' ' V 7Vf'4f'fi-:1,1T,L11,Iy 31, -g,"5'?w J 255' . 'G'-Silk iii a ' ' fi , '21 " ' -i feel' , 1fQse7ff??'5isffwh.rf:Ti-Er Sig: ' '-mm -,Q ,Vg U wf. r'.2,1 f l 'tfifzizf' Lrilsfmlwf fr if r nfs rf .C 31 Li l W 5' K -V Qwnggfj , f wiv, 11' sk . , . Ag? . 49-949' fi IU' Wir' .4k"ffx. Donna Ellim Renna Ely Linda Erisman Chris Ermentroul Mike Etzcorn Roberta Evans Mike Fain John Farmer Teri Featherston Mike Ferguson Sharon Ferrara Becky Fischer Charles Flanery Susan Ford Terry Ford " 're The Land The Hornets" Roseann Fox William Frazier Craig Fossell Dan Friesen David de la Fuente 'nh an Brian Fulks -0-, Dave Fuller Susan Fuller ,ifj ,T is I "1 4, ' i -4 , 4"' h W ,F H+- .a ' 'SQ' V-T rv as, 1 'ez l . '24 f i Q i Pam Gaarde Nancy Gallgher Cliff Gann Karen Geary Bill George Kathy Gerschefske Lee Gibson Madeline Gibson Patty Gibson Terry Gibson Leta Giles Dana Graf Daryl Green Byron Greene Emily Greener Charles Guenther 'VHF' , N f ...ul . ,611 , FCFZTJTJEV- .'fLs',,1l P' ',Lf": 11'3',?"2Q"fi:L'- iH.'Tl':'4:"-EF. f ,, '- X 1745 "mf:'fff ' 1 .V N138 iw- ' 1- ' ' :L+:jf'if's'f ' i- z ' f,f",f,,gK.4kcf ' f -'-1'-1-7v?s'-,M of o , ' " .,.r: , , fvfwfriu ,: , ' , , f Q Hy:-1 , '- 5 3, f 53, V f .J 1 fgcfw fzfw eii ,J .W f Wim 'Sw , f, ,-.. 4 W, . 'gr' . , . , 1 ,J 1 , Y ,,, Lw.1,.1f, , WF 'ffmkifz' ' gzfxfyga-. , wi? im., if 'W' 7-. QM We-W ' ,i.,,:Q1t',r f ' ' 'f 4 -,U Q ,X 1 swiss 'sz -, m ,-w r 2 , mn ' J.-N. .V 1 M1111 , w w 4 - 'Wm ,f w ',,,Mw f- 141, , Q "?Qjff13:g Q WW ! . x ' 3 .f - 1.51 :?effwhnW.1w ' Well lf you take care of Howe I'll take care of Borgman. Tom Gurlcy Robin Hale Shoni Hancock Ron Harding Pam Harmon Pat Harmon Ray Harmon .Ian Harris 'mv A , 4 ., 'F J ..-, ' 4412, 116 Karen Harris Clifton Harrison '1' '-1" Y Feeling groovy,just had my "Cheerios" Epfhigiiiiiwnn Sherry Harvey Ray Hastings Donald Haynes Peggy Haynes Werner Hebcisen Chris Hecht Warren Heft Mark Hmm "fs:-,.aW 'RDI' I-dl' -an-I' Rod Henderson Jim Henson Becky Hernandez Mark Herler Linda Hightower Nina Hinds John Hoagland Vickie Hogue home awczyfrom homefor 450 girls. Dennis Holloway James Holt Douglas Hopkins Joel Hopson Teresa Horrocks Debbie Horseman Stanley Hott Dawn Howard rm? . f.fi'5-' X 1 ifix 4 1 , A .1 4: ,1- i 1 1, 5, 'i li i M il' ' 'W I fi' S? 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A . f W ,Ewa A Ml' ' Wifi .5 it WF K aff it iw f Bonnie King Mark Kirk Brad Kirkman Susan Kitt Laura Knapp Paula Kolterman 45, Doug Koontz Whig Kris Kramer ' John Krems Michelle Kritz Gary Kruger Sherry Kruger r...,,1 Lori La Fountain Rick Lakey Hornet halls blossom weeklt with "pur Floyd Lambertson Gary Lambert Carol Lamkins Karen Lamkins Mark Lance Gregg Landis Cari Langley Don Lanning Carol Lashbrook Steve Laughary Doug Lee Wayne Leer Tom Leighton June Leighty 's blossom weekli with purple poster power." vsp.. ki , Nw" 'uf-,Him ' iii fz, V'-. wif 2 37 1 Patti Leonard Eddie Lewis Edna Lewis K1 Robin Light Curm Lindcmun Gene Lntckcn Leonard Liwxnw Samantha Logan Mary Lott Elizabeth Love Marcy Lowe John Lowman Cafeteria H all Wwrm br-,r:,.-' ,T ,-,.f V, nz 1 ,,, ,.., ,ra f f zwgltwnw ,, i,,.,-EA , .-wjwk-,rr i,W,f,w wwf I ' i , 1 Lynda Lucas f iii Mme Lumbv " f'f'i'Qifii Craig Maddox V., ., . Wi ,r . Wm M Af I MW' Z '5"l'v 551 1-E7 ' .. 'iw ws? y Mg 2 1 Market Place The World Rex Majors Vicki Majors Tony Mandina Terry Marthaler L 4 U V 9 I ,Cf f .f"V,,. if G3 'haw' ffgvv 'lhnlnud Rodney Martin Ron Martino Sharon Masterman Thurman Mathis Bob McCarthy Virginia McCarty Cheryl McCloud Karen McCloud 123 . ' we- -,221 23555 5 , 5 .grill if T., K .. if 'lj ' f 1, - ' : 113521. A f my - E' w , :1 ,f .V .rig fi, 1: 'ri' , , , F N . .,-A .U "' "- ' -'- J V-f'.-'v.-"1 ' -' :-"- -,-""?cm-.-ri, . ,-. , ,W .- , , Ni 1 , A- " Y v Q1 m . 7 ., 9,1 , . 0.5 we AY. . P, 1 ws 7 s -if 5' . ,Fw K 4 e ' .if K , :uf -6 6 R ., . ,.,,,,,,,g,,11 . . ,1""5f"vs -4 1-" -1 F 4 L, ini i m2f:Li"7'.. Til y,'1,z'j,:'vf'j:1-jj' . ' , 1 . . , if seggzi' Z,',L3ifj.L2ffj' 1 f 'ffwf1:m.,'f.v., 14:1+w,fw1ir:'f..if-4-qw 7 ? 1 ' ff - 'I ' rm .9 . -ea' -if . rw4,,,' ,,'. W.-V ,,.d,.. -39 1.-gf :gg A- W' - , A 'mf-M m , ' V .fi ' ah'y--+f,,fM '9- ,W .1 Q., 1- . us' ' zejmfigyv . 'A ffl ' f i P iiiffl ,f , pf ,M 3 , V, if ' ,.!v,. ,i':"if f Jfkaigt z '12 - -' iw i Roger Mefollum Cly de McConnell Jeanette Meffuen Dale Melgowen Carol McWhorter Ya Ya Mejiu Stella Merriott Debbie Messer Linda Mielke Cindy Miller Mike Miller Robert Mills P Debi Mobley Dean Moburg Kent Mohler Cyrena Moore Gene Moraine Mike Morris Debbie Morrison Becky Mueller 4 -We we. 'Q-naw,-,. , 3, :f1fl1,v111 , .. 'jj1fjpei5??1?f' '14 '1 1 He l1 ,','flf 1 f . I 11 V I' lv I I . w v 1 17,5 ffl P I l ru iff? ' 'leur i' A 1 1 X 21 Wg xr - 1 M I 1 llf' Wil ' n 1 'mv 1 qw 1 1' lL Q13 ' M1 1 nf A I I ,Q li 'l ,529 . 1 lll 'Z up 1, 1l 41 41 ff, X .111 um' Mljl, 1 Cy 1 , 1 : 4 YW ' 111 lt 1 1,-4.r , 5 1 1. 1 J 1 1 15111 ! N I 5 1 1 Mark Nigro Jack Norton Mike Mueller Paula Mueller Billy Murphy Linda Murphy Pam Mustard Nacie Nenaber Pam Newberry Reggi Nichols Hey, we're supposed to be purple and gold r.. . ,l ,..,,,-. .,...,.n- f--f - F---, -- ,,a.""'l ,,w.f.1.w-.e,..fi,,..,:.- I-M. , -Haw-'1 tiki ' 'ff-,i.4,.f.w.11r77312-53-,:-.y-1. fm,-wfs :Jesus e-.- 'rig ,g,5,,, 5 I .,""Pi . -,,,, J H 4 i . tt 4 t, " ' 2 B , , ,L S , 4 NJ ii A 9 h- Tl , A vi n ' W1 "' A 3 I .lezinne Oirien Kevin O'Bricn Sheila O'Neui Dwight Osborn Inez Ott .lanae Owen David Parker Dianne Parton Terry Patton Mike Payne Lee Perry Beverly Petty We Laughedflna' We Cried, Mostly Laughed 126 We wr , ,.-ff"-bv i"Pf'Em73?f YI. Eff ? , ...., 4- UAB no. 5, - Q, . rim 1-,. Monica Pickworth Janet Pierson Roger Pierson Diana Piper ghed. Terry Piper Martha Pippin Chuck Pittscnbarger Barb Pope Dan Pope I'm the trick, where's the treat? Roy Powell Rick Powers Brenda Prentice Wayne Pruden Judy Pulley Betty Ramage Christine Rapp Mikc Ratclilf Nina Reddcll - iw 4' N 1' 5 .,1. ,M it ,w r '1 ' li .. M Q 1 44 ii , N 1 Q! W D We ? fri, 3if"ii,i, l:.' g ww M John Ricketts Brenda Rider A V ' Chris Rcalph " - Sharon Redfgnbaogi Greg Reel Larry Rec! Jim Renner Harold Reusch Royda Richards '-W Cindy Richardson ,, ivxi 3 God save the queen, Purgold, that is. Elaine Rider Jayni Robb Denis Robinson Donna Robinson KIT! Linda Rogers Marilyn Ruben Ron Sanders gpg- 1- 52. , Loretta Rogers Godfrey Rollert Harry Rose Dan Rutherford Bill Rutledge Gary Sachs Dodie Sargent Ricky Sattler Joan Schadel Robin Ross Mark Sadler John Schadel A.F.S. Sends ls Best Rick Schaffer Valerie Schaller Ray Scheid Vickie Schlattmann 129 l 130 H :qw ,- I Sharon Sears Debby Shadday Ted SChlCHNt'lIllLll4 Donna Sclllolwlun Diane Schmidt - Evelyn Schrader Sherry Schuman Kathy Scott Rick Scott hr-wt' Tom Scruby Tonight we have a really big show, really big Pat Shaw Terry Shepherd Jerry Shipe Steve Shortess Craig Shour Phil Shuler Regina Siemens Joyce Sissom Roxie Sisson Elaine Sloan Charles Sloniker Darcia Smith Debbie Smith Gloria Smith Hazel Smith Julie Smith Linda Smith Don Sparks Mike Speer Carol Speiser Johnny Spotts Sabra Squire Ken Standish Randy Stanley 132 522-.ng - -,f-V K l ".'- ,,-", 1 7 A. 4 7 I "1 x 3 if f WJYV1 vm TY 5. 0552, n ' V Q :pf am i W 5' ' ' . Amt I, V i , ,L ,fi - ' W gf r "Z ig M , ff , 15291 Q ,W 'A fr 11, 'C 'i fr .1 ,El ,ng f f ggi , Y ,iii 3 in WW'- 4, 'W' 1 4 il M 4 new ' rn, 2 :F 'ax .fi 2 3 55 li 'iz . H , rww ,V 'MY' fi.. f W: Shuc Stark .lonna Fllifffr. Sallx Sterling :Lindy Smokes Gainy Stone Tom Sundal Helen Sutherland Gary Swayzc Rick Swetnam Connie Taylor Marvin Taylor Leroy Telford Pat Temple Cindy Thomas Celisa Thomas Chuck Thomas Nancy Thomas Ellen Thompson Marilyn Thompson Pam Thompson Yozjve come cz long way, baby Tommy Thompson Debbie Tidwell Pam Tillotson Denise Timberlake Peggy Tinsley James Tolbert Mariellen Tompkins Sandy Totman Tina Travalenl Jim Trickey Chris Turner David Turner Margaret Turner Stephanie Turner Kim Van Kirk Russ Van Ness MF'-,i ,rw A 'X , " 1311235 'fi -V ii 1 , ii 1 : ' "w" w Q ff ,- bJvf ,J f ig , 4 Nw if J , '46 414 ,. jr 1.14 , g, 71, is . , , im, 2255.1 mi :iz-:Q-i:f+f:m.1,hfgW1i.iA7'f21w4ii if: Wqgfjg-ywy1gml,:,' " vzfdf ,IWW wrL4I'gf:75'u! PWA ,' 5' " ' ,,,A,,,W ffmn 4 ,,,, my M .. L "mf ai 1 Gp i A i . .1 1 M 4 .g, .A 1 . i 1 . , WL I Li '1 nf' A 5 Mi i L' ff if if , iw ii' f' 1 imwmv 1 ,ri 'P wfghffiqz . 1 i 1 1 fy J 5 u i 1 ugh yi ,H f 1 'K 1 J fywi i,' ' if Jen, '-fi ' - . rig, -1, .f, , 4 , H , M, .W I , J' H Fr Af, Ji' . asgucl .K. C. 'S Spirit Explades I mo Pieces! Barbara Vick Merlene Walker Richard Walker Doug Wall Julie Wallace Linda Walter Lee Watkins Valerie Webb Wendy Weber Mary Weidman Janet Wells ds: 7,4 ij 'Q ' 9. ' ' -' R 1 M : ,s , Marvin Wells Richard Welsh Jim Westfall Rhonda Westman '70 R H Ray Wheeler Jim White John While Ken White Tom Whileaker Sherry Whitlock Christy Whitsitt Shirley Whilted Alan Wiest Paula Wilhelm Doug Wilkinson Mary Wilkinson lf . f , Vis , 4' 'f I V, H JJ kk 1 : -Ji f---if Greg Youngstrom Mike Zagalik David Zink Eva Vw illiunis Layton Williziim Mary Ann Williams Mike Williunih Barb Wilson Delphia Wilson Paula Wilson Tim Wilson Joe Wiswell Ray Withrow Ross Wolfe Debra Wood Paul Woolmer Peggy Wynn Bill Young Matt Young Seniors EX1U6I'l'6lflC6 T0m0rr0w's Mem0r1'es Today. Ei 1, U 137 V4 sb . 138 3 5 wa.-OI!lH W W ,.e,,wMm,,,.w,r,,f Gail Edwards Roxanne Jenkins Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer DiCk Ramey Terry Adkison President Sgt. at Arms Juniors 'K 1 I :U fa Iliff' M . flhfi' i"'ATP G Y- , X was H-,' of ,. Alf' 25 M V s w ig, X B,j:,Z' ' f-. ,,. X W . . X 1 xxv.,,.1Ty J l X A A Y., .xk. iw .1 - 2 3' X 3, "-Q W 'S , 'Q ' V , ' S X 2' Xi ,A f A? ,,, I y-1 , Y 6 xl jx N f , 45 ' X X I "'! f- I 44 iff Q f M V . X f if Xfffej-lg wx Q., 35 ' f f , , We 7 fa 3. X i , ' i M2 'K "L,g:av lf: 7 yy, f - A as 41 ' , a i W Z' '4'?iff,.3zH f U "E-lpvl' 'lx 6 4 x f 1 ,Y 4 s it Q M Terry Adkison Colleen Ahern Robert Alcox Sharon Allanson Mike Allen Renee Anderson Sara Anderson Suzanne Andre Tim Armintrout Patty Arnold Kenn Ashcraft Sam Badalucco Sharon Bailey Jerry Baldwin ' Pat Bales Denise Barchus John Barco Duane Baresel William Barnhart Bill Bartlow .Iim Bash Gayle Bateman Carol Baughman .Ianelyn Beck Rosemary Becker Dennis Bedsaul Pat Beeman Debra Beerup Lyn Beezley Karen Bell fri all costs, be cool! 139 , I 140 -4 fe , v , J Kgs, , f ww I it f ,, ,, tf fw .Agia 2 f :V 4. X N ,f if f 5 A as-v, N ' at A Q : fig ! f I' W' ' ,LJ ' Cynthia Bellew Leslie Bennett John Berglund Diane Berndt Jane Bishop Diana Blagrave Joyce Bock John Boman Jack Bonar Paul Bosch Judith Bosley Royce Boswell Richard Bower Valorie Bowman Ron Bowser Dagg, home awayfrom home, zfy0u're from cz slum. , Kwan 7, I SNWWI , . ey, if 'Y . ,. 1:25 Marsha Boyer Dennis Bradfield Alice Bradshaw Louise Bradshaw Richard Bramble Jackie Bray Dennis Brettin Robert Brewer Vickie Brewer Joe Britton 4 'fa ,S Qs x, 1- W 'iff -'JS Q. v 2.5, fr? afigx 3 xv X i f ' iwynjy fi ' l ' K ' 1 Q 3 0 . C Yvexf ,A QSM? sf W 9 X4 W' i as s v 'Y , . W y M I figure it this way: saving l5gt a day, we can buy Dagg in 2 days. Gretchen Brown John Bryant David Budzinski Rhonda Burgett Diane Burkhart Ellen Burton David Cain Joel Campbell Jon Caraway Tony Carlson Diana Carr Robert Carr Mary Carrillo Kathy Carter Larry Casey Karen Chancellor Jerri Chapman Terry Chastain Fred Chatlos Randall Childers 141 142 ggggwfgwiiawfe K aewawaaaa AJQQQQWGQQQW Wvvwbwocaaag QHHWWWHQQ KY .lust remember class, busy hands are happy hands. f ff Y "1 6, at K -Q Q2 4 ywtw 8 si Q w ,Mg 'W W , if-its f . E 7. VM? . ft I , f 5 X Mary Clark Andy Claxton Paul Claypool David Clinkenbeard Charles Coakley Kathy Cochrane John Coffman Regina Cohee Peggy Cook Dennis Copeland Lynn Corbett Danny Cox Guy Cox Deborah Crain Gloria Creswell Merlene Croney Nancy Crooks Debbie Crowley Fred Dale Deborah Danforth T'!Q'lM s 5 Q gi Nancy Daniels vi 'Q 5 Ramona Dare ,t ,gpm , Randy Dare Carol Davis Charles Davis 12, ff' 4 A Xa J Tl W 0 E f 2 x Richard Davis Arnold Day Doug Day Guila Del-Iaven Phil Deibler ,, l ,xx E 5 cf 'ee ar X " xt' s? f W .1 , , , fl W v Edwardo DelaFuente Mary DeShon Gregory Devers Guy DeVore Gerald Dewey Juniors spend 74 cz day on typing paper-for airplan es. Ronda DeWitte Larry Ditgen Greg Dobie Thomas Dobson Jerry Dodson Herman Dolt Doyle Donovan Vicki Dove Terry Downey Mona Drake 5 143 144 ui, 'Z y 2' Z ff i l , ,rn my " r ig K f 1 4 tx fl'-WW' , Eggs' j a f, Mike Draper Dennis Dunkle Chris Dunn David Durington Kerryl Dyer Jim Eason Billy East Karen Eberts Gayle Eddington Gail Edwards Jerry Edwards Sandy Edwards Tamara Edwards Jane Ekstrom ll I Jarzzars learn the great arts ofaur culture. David Ellington James Ellis Vicki Elmore Roger Ethridge Jo Ann Evans Tom Ewing gxw " 1 ff ' , . f' 5 ,- ff 54'- Q -My SEQ ft , sl, A A' Sy U, .X I Jim Enterline James Eyton 5 X v 7 Q if 1x V ' 1' W f , 0 'V Steve Epperson Scott Failing J X , , J, X 9, Wa 1. W f Q Wx 1' X r is J , 3 'f 1 2 ' V xi. Albert Erdman Mike Estep Pat Fausset Kathy Firestone affix We Q f ,X - ? Q2 as wife East lkstrom ltep irestone K2 4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'ruff' S. t o M FQ g i di Bu , iiigtx Q +9 I wi " el, 'W I I I Q If 'P ik ai' X 1 i ' A il W ' if 5,55 ff .. 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Debra Fisher Clifton Fitzpatrick Woody Flanary Randy Floyd Steve Foertsch Jacqueline Fortune Joe France David Frazier Donald Fulton Kathy Gaarde David Galloway Bob Gardner Eric Garrison Connie Gates Cheryl Gibbens Paula Gibson Chris Giles Marcia Gilliam Elizabeth Ginn Vickie Goldsmith Steve Golnik Doug Goodin Daniel Goodson Sharon Gorman 1-45 Barbara Golsehall Karen Gover Teresa Green Linda Greenslrecl Lynda Grider Cindy Griffey Robert Grimm Teddy Gross John Groves Mark Guenther Jumor Don I Drznk Greg Guifoil Gerald Hadley John Hadley Steve Haggard Jack Hale Becky Hall Deeann Halstead Vickie Hamilton Bob Hand Mark Handley Perry Hardin Tim Harris Ginger Harsh Cindy Hart Cindy Harvey 'Cffv L7 ,,.s,,.. ,M Aj? JIM ff? R 'H A .a i ff 3' W ! ff' ' ' Y H l ,,fi ,Wy "W ,vw yy, V ff 3 'S 60h ,Sir You say that 5'6", l26 pound boy is a football star? fxwpw , 'TMYE' X . t ,f 92, .5 5' I 'K wxewfssv' ff f new W ff f ff f , . , , W If A Mp! fs M ff Q ff S V ez. Wu .Wx K, x if f A JY Brenda Hawn Fred Haydon Cathy Haynes Cindy Haynes Beverly Hazzard David Heiman Fred Henderson Suzanne Henderson Donna Hendren Lenna Henricks Billie Hensley Patricia Hensley William Hensley Richard Hestwood James Hey Jackquline Hill Steve Hillis Sherri Hitchborn Deborah Hoddick Nancy Hodge 147 11123 flsf' w.,v-.vv-'wif I ' ax X Q Y . W X l l 'fin i l I4 W I f i 1 . Nancy Hodges Helen Hodges Barry Hogge Judy Holliway Oran Hopkins Joe Hoppert imC'2iwwvva'H "' .V af J 1 af f t k ! ,V Honest teacher, it' Qi Ag! a ff ,, . 3 f Q A! s a science project. l'The Sterile Cuckoo Karen Horrocks Janet Hougham Richard Howard Theresa Howard Charles Hudson Linda Huffman Glen Hughes Nancy Hughes Terry Hughes Valerie Hughes Charles Hughes Roger Humphreys Michael Humphries Randy Hylton Sharon Hylton Vickie Ingram Richard Irving Cherryle Jaekson Ron Jackson James James an antisept e birdbalh Jimmy James Janet Jameson Kevin Jamison Bob Jarman Brenda Jarrell Marsha Jarrell Roxanne Jenkins Dayne Jennings La Donna Jennings Cheryl .Jimeson Julia Johannes Debi Johnson Donna .Johnson Gary Johnson Shirley Johnson Steve Johnston 150 Jcll Jones V - A f . Keilh ,Ionex Lylelones Jw "." 1, 'si 3. fu 1 ' X, ' fi' W f 1 f f . f f av, vu s 5 , ,W ,f , I, mf' 1 , fu f - ' . . 4 M mf 2-KW11 S 7 A f X . M- , N , M1 Linda .lones . Brenda .lusliee 4 MA' ig Palrieia Kaltenbaeh 'W XX A f A jf! X V ,,.iL,, X ..,, ., . Bunnylwsh Q Billy'Kates S .Q John Kaylor ' Mike Keen i ff John Kenney , f A ffl? 4 N-rf 1 1 y ' Susan Kepharl y 3 .S i y Starlight, Starbright . . . we wished we may, we wished we might. .. W 7 4 ,, 1 . k , 'cf A 4 4 -' z a Qu-i gm ,f fi ff, i Diane Kilf Rick Kimball Virginia Kimberling Curtis Kineheloe Larry King Linda Kirislow I Jennifer Kirk Dede Kirlley .lim Kleoppel Sharon Kline Jim Knipple Linda Knox ' i v ,. r .-.. fi i, ix y 1 I " f 0 X 0 af if WMF ' fy 5, M' I f i f W M if K ogg 1 M f f ff , K s A Q my ,W ,, 'VHS Q 5' Z , , f' , N' - fb R . ,Y Eva: Z QX T ' 'ix'-mf' Q , 1, 'fl I x f ff! , ,ff H? M-sl-f "5t"":u" as V' if we .,.,..,A, 1 J. ,ps ,K X fx g gi, I . t 'W , f if f li? +7 ' s W X , 45, ' I NWS, ! MJ- i 13 1 1'9" ff Z Q 5 K , 4 ,f , -4: 4 , Beal the akzesjusl nee tonne U3 lo12j Steve Kopetz Karla Koskiris Melvin Krohne Steve Krohne Dale Krueger Karla Krull Chris Kuehl Janet Kurtz Michele La Joie Teresa Lakin Glenn Law Margaret Lawing Calvin Lawrence Georgia Lawson Kamet Lee Vickie Lee Paul Leimkuehler Pam Lemmon Paul Lentz Mike Leonard Denise Leslie Robert Leslie Geri Leucht Cathy Lewis Sandy Liell Loucinda Lindsey Katherine Lipe Marco Listrom Margaret Little Jeanne Livasy Fred Livesay William Livingston Barbie Loepp Fearless Freida I Debbie Long John Long Jim Lopez Danny Love Randy Loy Barry Lundgren David Lynn Frank Lyon Pam Lyon Terry Macken Ginger Madrid Jerry Majers Mary Majers Regina Mallory ngston J da ,TCH en rid s s ory 4 .fm 5 - -,,- , ' Roger Mathes Pam Mathews Paul Mattes Mike Muttson Louis Mautino Barry Maves Melissa McCall Kathleen McCann Connie McClanahan Cindy McConnell Mildred McCoy Robert McCuen Joettu McDowell Erin McGrogan Katie McGuckin Robert Mclntyre Shirley McKoy Steve McNabb I sw 1' :eil f fy. Juniors were known for Cheating at Everything Except their Grades. Rosemary Mandinu Candie Manley Jan Manley Melissa Mann Michele Manzo Eric Murrs Tim Martensen Cheryl Martin Marcia Martin Bob Mason Steve Mason Mike Matheny I , 39' 153 V, vw , , f V5 .. , y -, M l, Pat McNeal g"""' 2 'fs " " - f ' ft , Jerry McOsker V ,ji ' "K or-, V ' 1 I If I we gf f N V Sharon McRiII "WV D f ' 1 . 2 We J J if Charles McVicker x "He if ,ff filly, W, f ' 37 1 , JP' ,Z 5 , I Steve Meadows V5 , J' W wwf V 31 . V in iz H V V. 'f Jon Melvin Patricia Mendoza Ed Mertz Cheryl Messer David Meyer Dennis Milan Patty Milbourn Anthony Miller Cindy Miller Elizabeth Miller I know I saw that dirty word someplace. nm, 154 y hi Mm v 7 asf Q ,f I W f , Y -.X Y Rf . A 8 y 9 4, if xw- F, R X 7l Nay, 2, W to 2 in 5 f 4 f 4 ,i52gg Q V, I 114 Gary Miller Mark Miller Paul Miller Suzanne Miller Wilhelmina Miller Clara Millmaker Mark Misenhelter David Mitchell Mike Mize .1 fff' W'Wt,f .M f W- f ,W f W ir D M it w g r ., 1,. a C x A 3 fi A ,fr R1 3 0 8 X Q f fi if gi .1 I Mindy Morse Stephanie Muecke Debbie Mueller Billie Murphy Mike Musacchid Mark Musacchio Glyda Musser Terry Myers Jan Mynatt Jean Mynatt Arthur Nance Paul Neill Kathy Neiswanger Kenny Nelson Cheryl Nicholas 1 'Iii TUB' Dale Moburg Victor Monroy David Moon Mike Moon Chester Moore Diane Moraine Lyle Morgan Lynne Morgan Ray Morgan Larry Morris s it impossible Z0 beat the akies in basketball cl? ootball in thesame il year? ,, ai" A ,. , A , , Qhf gy J, - :I - li wwf ,QW 1 A Jaequelme Nichols Gaylen Nicholson fi! 1-f Douglass Noland Tootie Norman wwf' 156 Linda Norred What do you mean, no morejunior pom- Katherine O'BaHi0f1 pon girls? John O'Brien Karen O'Brien Sharon O'Brien Barbara Ochko Pauline Ochlert Edward Ogden Glena Oliphant Brenda Olson Eric Olson John Olson Judy Osborn Brian Owen Donna Owens Rhonda Owens Glenda Page Lester Palmer Margo Palmer Melvin Panter -mr-Mfr 1 Q f -, ,a ', '. x Ig.. l t f ' , 1 ' , of !.,ae' ka X as Q fy ' ww f W R f Q N 'S f , ' f 55 -.Ma Z f f f ' 4, 0 ' 1 if ,i ff f J fo Q X , 1 X 1 J iw U 'i lf. 4 rw 1 f if f st , 4 my wig g N Clifford Parker John Parnacott Shirley Pastori Kenneth Pauley Kathleen Payne James Peach Elizabeth Peacock Kriss Pearson Denice Pellet Pat Pennington Ronald Perryn Steve Peterson Judith Phillips Robert Phillips Sheryl Pitzer Gary Porter Tom Pritchard Cindy Pumphrey Danny Rabe David Rainey Joyce Raley Irma Rambo Richard Ramey Ron Ramey The Pom Pon Gzrls f Best Routine Was J "Do Your wn Thing " l x 158 : WW' :fa awww ,5 ' f INV, V, Flu., VG' f f 'XM ' ,V f 1 , , f i , , Qs, .- J, ,f ,Q 1 ,JL I, I , , by ,X 1. , j, .. . , V41 Nw K , "4Ql'4 , eg 5? X-JB i f Nix' Qs Q ff 'f'-jf W Lfisf if .So AU ,fy f A t U, SWA VU, Vi, 5 K 'cg X 2 W ,. W an gli: f W- -J . .5 9 W z ff sa Ms+?'2y" QW' 'K I , X, If Leanna Richmond Barbara Ridout Greg Ritter Kathy Roberts Brenda Rogers Robin Rogers Rhonda Rose George Ross X stsr,. 1774 ,mme , ay wKM '!"'Z.g31' f If 4 f af V25 " Y , f ? JM 7 Put Rtisch Patrick Rauch Jackie Ray Connie Redenbuugh Cinda Reed Cindy Reed Tom Reiman Debbie Rhodes Donna Rice Sheryl Rich Terry Richards James Richardson ICan,l mp umber ne With all these drills you'd think I in they wer r Sarah Ross P1inielaRougemont Dennis Routh Rziyma Rusher Marilyn Russell Albert Rutledge Carl Ryan Marilyn Ryan Waller Ryan Steven Sage Keith Salyer Karen Sampey + Classes Ong in the Draft. they were sending us to Viet Nam. 'i lr f .W , wwf 'XSD' Linda Samson Julie Sanders Mike Sanders Edward Schrader Cynthia Scott Dorothy Scott Wanda Sears Nancy Seidel ' fr f f , .Z W i ' fwwls, U ,lwf an W. Zim, f,V.v,aVfp':7fff4 h, 'rail , 3 ,w!,,,,v, 7,,,1M4fi6 1 if ,Z 1 ff f ff-H '-f' W '. , , f a, Y. .aww ' , E , 2 ' , W.,,,,W, .asia , W V If if W- - My Q 5554114 ln. fm, ,Q V HW ,L , I, I , .Q Patricia Smith Roger Smith Terry Smith Twila Smitherman Sheila Speiser Jeannie Spoor Jerry Spotts Ann Stancoff Charlotte Starnes Mark Steadman Michael Stephens Peggy Stevinson ,W , f ? . ' mi 554: 4 as t ,fQ ,,,,ff , yew 5, K 1 ,gf ,W , X' 179 117 ' f iqig Karen Shearer Jane Sheridan Dale Shohc Patricia Shore Edith Silva Ray Sims Jim Skinner April Smart Dan Smith David Smith Elizabeth Smith LouAnn Smith Student-Adminislra rio lhafs all they jus Q I 9 X J QF' , i 4 2? V 5 X X W X X im., V ,mga- lisawy ' Nha K Michael Stewart Debra Stingley Jennifer Stinson Catherine Stuber ' ' - :ay A . . Vx., by I V f iw , ,. S f ,V 7 ' ' 'L asa- ' 1 gf U' t t ff -I ' , . , X , ' ff Q f , X a g ' ws" exft- , 1 V 0 0' '54 I , xg ., we X X A 4 - X X, 5 ,, V "f ..::, xl " f '1 i e- ' Q A . f - W , ....: Q, l f at of Q sa. ,,, 'I , 4 X , , f " A lv X fx ' f m y S ft -,-- X ,xy f , - Z4 , I N , X 'XX , It's true, he is engaged. tm lion relations were- ! y just were. Susan Summers Ken Sutherland Becky Sutlief Carol Sutton Terry Swayze Dennis Talley Anna Taylor Diana Taylor Zena Taylor Cindy Thomas Joyce Thomas Gail Thompson Gaylen Thom pson Pam Thompson William Thompson V. Dan Thurston Tobie Tinney Steve Toburen f f 1 f X N qw ' fix '-1 y J f f I AQ HV 1 X .1 asf! f ff ,WJ ' 55,745 7 ff I I , wr .Z 'W' 4 'tu f X , , , I w i 1 Q 1-wa QS W , S , , -Y ii by ,swf f f, 4 ypf F 1 W! 4' Aims X 2 4 i f X V ff f,,f W, , .f f '45 we 1, f f f fs. f f W, . 'mmjf-V' ' wfdgf' ' F I ' It-as - . , ' ' 257 , J . K WJ 7 1 3 P 2 Linda Townsend Colette Tracy Teresa Tucker Linda Turley Amy Turner Melissa Tyron Patty Underwood Ronald Vajnar Fred Valenti Jill Van Alden Dennis Van Arsdale Carolyn Van Slyke Hey you guys there goes the lee cream IW! 1 1' I 'Qkw ,u, K ff w , 4 E I ' W FW -r-'ww WHY? i Af .umm 'SFS A A ,. '73-NUI' 22 mn .annum 6 'w ww K S 3 QR, g iw " 'QQ gm, 'fi . W wats, w a My f. W 5 A, W as This coed class is a bit much, especially when the boys are always down at Macken. VW '29 X 1. 4 ef' E Ziff M 3 'ww , JS 'Mawr W M , 1" ,,Q?Sf?, X 4 K w"0V ' i W ., Mx, 17 ' 1 w N A , I7 " Sffvlnigyr , Z, , . IS M ' 'r , 4,9 144 1' rf ,,,. V we-vw 4, v Mr M' Hn 4 iz I 'W ,.,. Whip Q ,M 5 If nf ff if J C Q iayz Mk,,jZ Susan Wamble Cheryl Wardrum Bruce Washam Bill Weaver Sam Weber Jeff Weishar Diana Weiss Ellen Wells Danny Wendt David Wendt Olive Whetslone Larry While flu., 163 l l a l 1 l l l 'i l fl jl l l i l ll li iz gl 'i i l' l l l l l i l l i l i l , 1 l 4 164 M 40' N. f 5 ,, . '11-,fe We lx f if 5 f yg. Maxi z. s si 1 .rf 4 , if f 7' V' ,,.. QV ,, Wm-M Spring. Mahi. e Q7 Wm, 'f W ,. W 9 'fi ,, V". , f ifi Q 'T' ' iff , , fM,,w l by A ,Lwff1fewa.1..gy1' of ff 4, 5 X I S ,V. ji g. N mgfgxxfai cs . ,. , 4 Qi V X ff K 5 1 T, 5 . I W, I+ ff W! Mike While Pam Whitc Rodney Whitlock Lynn Willard Daniel Willelte David Williams Jackie Williams Jo Gayle Williams Mike Williams Ronald Williams Sharon Williams Thomas Williams Juniors blossom out Nina Willis Susie Willy Darla Wilson Lynn Winbigler Rebecca Winn um , M' , ,fi 1 xv' -. Xwwfff- S7 s fi? N5 gi V,a,,1,q 3' of? .sfo TTf'3X9" W Q M ,,,, A L, if X if Nxlf ,S X . xw Ii L Nl , le .1.-i is , 'Ga' X f ,f fl! ' QL f 3 I I W 27 ff 1 v, ...M i a gm , , it 'fr W . e . fe- " 7 hs of o' , s ,M I4 . A X 4 A S' it I . ,X .1 A J jagmfk Q , ' r f si P, W 'K A wr 5-:-,xxx Barbara Winters Stephen Wood Linda Woolston Connie Yates all 0 ver! lf, ff M 251 My . .-H R N '1""iy ff an b 5 x V 5 --Q: f f ' ri ' . Nw I i if Y we L 2 1 - f 'L' - . 54 i s., ,f 'fi ' 'f ' N QW V' , iw dwffv Q fi A - A 1 ,.,. z , Q ,.,,, ,... ,.,-.-,, 1 . 1-f w! f , X!! 3 If 105 ' A ,:,,. , L M. WV., Wy, .-,f A W - -4 x L7 A ,, 1..4,,z:::2s::g:: -2:' - V' - - V wif Chuck Withrow Jane Withrow Linda Wooden Ray Woods Vicki Wooten Jeff Wright David Yates Steve Yokum S 0 Donald Wolfe Twania Woods Melody Wright Teresa Zimbelman What do you mean baby, itls that cafeteria food. x 54 -H , if ., 4 x 4 V ti .X S ts , W za 7 Ka af YS we if 1 sf w gym f .QR .Za ei Q Z 4 ' si xv. is S as QW 4 ,f ,ff Q W 4 Z t A X is 5 yy is 3 165 t 7" 166 I 1 ---f--i-..v,,4.f,.,+..,w,.,....N,, ..,,,...,.,,,,..,,,,.,h,,,,,,. M ,.,.t ..,.,.. ,,,,-.,.n.-..- ...,,......,,.......,.uf,.....,,J mi mf Mike True Pam Ansell Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Joe Valenti Mark Ash President Sgt. at Arms Sophomores 1 K 7 Lisa, , . 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Pam Aehens Steven Adams Danny Adkins Ann Ainsworth Martin Aldridge Kathy Allanson Debra Allen Darrell Anderson Pam Ansell Melissa Antes Jill Armour Mark Ash Cliff Axtell Roberta Bacon Georgia Bailey Cindy Baker Rita Baker Joey Baldwin Terri Ballentine Brenda Barnes Karen Barnes Glenda Barnett Phyllis Barnett Paula Barney George Barrett Janice Barrett V. G. Barrgra Vera Bartholome Jeff Bash Connie Baskett Dane Battiest Connie Baxter Jeff Baxter Jim Beadle Deaette Beere Deanna Beever Debra Bell Larry Benton Mike Berglund Robert Berglund Wendy Berglund Richard Bergstrom 167 168 Danny Berry Lorie Biekley Marion Biekley Jim Billinger Kathleen Billinger James Bird Sean Birmingham Retta Black Sheroylen Black Betty Blackburn Janet Bland Mary Blessing Karen Boaz Karen Boehnlein Jim Bolsenga Pam Boughner Carol Bowery Carma Boyd Kevin Boydston Barbara Boyer Gregg Braden Steve Bradford Kathy Bradley Rick Bradley A 'Q' .nf . '.-'. 5' . 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SQ .Q .r 1 Q gf f ,jr 4 X as f affix David Wells Vickie Wells Danny Welsh Becky Wendt Frank Werner Lynn Werner Staci Wertz Jeanie Wessley Donna West Olive Whetstone David White Deborah White Joel Whiteside Marsha Whitsitt Robin Whittle Kim Wiar Brad Wiest Allen Wiley ff -xct QW, s v sa, M X W si? , Ji' nf I' 'sn Q 0 f , Trtw' W , it WV!! X, 2 fi ff ff c , 1? fa S W .. fW--JW , 4' ,f ZKWQWW. ,, fc W, 1, KX v 1 2 f , f 4 , X ,f' Q f Z f x , x , 1 , W 6 f Q f x 7 5 Lydia Vaughan Sean Vaughan Debra Vaughan Susan Vielbig John Waddell Dennis Wage Jennifer Waggener Karen Wagner Doug Waldrop Robert Walker Karole Walsh Bill Walsman Karen Walton Daniel Wartick Mike Wasmer Bill Watkins Linda Watkins Shane Webb Sophs Won? Learn About 4' Quia ,, , gf tl www! X . V tin 5 as X ,, We .,, f 11 fi? xc: -as Of . ss awk? t.., W f QW- ' Q , . ,s,eff. 9iw1DfZ's W f fs lf 'x -V Ja , S i S' ' " 3 X 5 M me XXYWF' MQ: f X V, , QEMZ?-X 0 Q .,.l J ,fl f SWK, x' ' W If ,, 1 xx Christopher Williams David Williams Joyce Williams Patricia Williams Q, Ronald Williams , 'll zz. A , Sheryl Williams , 1 3, t awww Steve Williams Pam Williamson out Lzfe Until Their Sr. Year we , W Q f Y W f f f 1 V Cynthia Willard Michele Wilson .t Robert Winfrey e f Nancy Witt J Deborah Wnuk Vivf A Ronnie Wolfe Don Wood WC 'V 7 2 ' f ffm? John Wood I Patty Wood ,, J . 4, , Donald wood . f Greg Woody W "s' , W'-9 Susan Wooten K ris Wrenn li W Edna Wrigley L Delores Wynn Lillie Wynn ' Yilfldle 'Nw av L Nancy Young v Vicki Young Q iffy , if Patricia Zahl , sl Q Dixie Zimmerman " 3 Safari ' , , Wm 1 , ,, ,tm fd- fn AZN X ff I mean it no sophomores in this family life class .1 www K ff W J X Z W ,, X -ff? hz f V ,W ...,,,.av1l0' f ' - . , . ff f M ,M f ' " M NX VW, .I CA ! rx i Q i a 1 3 N is , F 1 'r 5 vi ff? 3 5 -a c ri Q3 'E W ' 2 X .J 4 4'Wm...,.m,. , F WA, , 1 Q J k L 2 H N ,f f',' P61 M, ' " ' 2 :Lfbgw-, 442 ' 'N "A' -ff 'Q ff' ' X X-fffl-hw, C'-.ffQ..v--S -EA if 1 , 4 :mI ..i. A 3 v Q Sixxfbik Q x f f f 'W 5 ff 534, ",- f kv' QA ,ff fyf ,V Xi. ia ,Q d ei QQQX V7 Ai - : " I frm . R . V 3 3 gf ff X3 Q 'A'+' 'Q X . 9 , , 4' , 'gl-N, Ale" A' ,D-f' ,-X 's,,.,,,, - , KM ..,. 44. .. .,,, .Z ki ?,fm,,,L.,-M 'L DE CS 192 r t WM Z8 f, fy X A wa W ,, , ,I iyfffiv J f -1 A cheerful smile makes the facts and figures of any board meeting go smoother. oday, the burden is theirs In the room with the long mahogany table and the chairs situated around it, the Board of Education meets with the talk of deep voices and the curling of smoke from ashtrays on the table, while eyes roam the figures on stacks of papers. . .In short the Board of Education is in another meeting. It is the quality of education that they hold in the sometimes moist palms of their handseThe quality which will directly influ- ence the future of America. When one considers all the places in America where there are school boards . . .when one thinks of all the men who hold America's fate in their palms. . .we can greater appreciate the job that they are doing-and the job that we should respect. 'E Preoccupied involvement thumbing through a report A x, J. if iylzf W, ' Y , :QQ 1, Dr. Robert C. Howe Principal fil. 11-gums .L OWZOFFOW. . .OLIFS Juanita Ness School Nurse 'fmawaegw' If ,AVA , fl, ' .gy f ,rw .lane Roncy Counseling Secretary Ann Hays Secretary fff w ,Jin f ,, , ,f . ,, , ff -,g , t ,,,,s . , , ,.,., , , . Wm , . of ., ,,, W is , ,4 f X 1 f 1 f 4 if X , ,W M .ff V 4 fl' as , ,, ,n fl I ff ,, y ,Mu W. ., N" 2 7,2 annul rl. A Qc.: -:. ,.g..g.QL.!.Q I The operation of Northtown is greatly similar to the operation of a huge corporation. The principals, sec- rcatries, and counselors are the important executives that are accountable for the companies profit or loss. They must see that each day functions smoothly with- out loss, so that the company will keep in the black, and not in the red. It is the students who are the stock- holdersg the executives are there to profit... -i 1 , 7, Mf, M ,,"' .am S ,ff ,. 1 V51 , 3 J f ,MVQ75.W . 'tLgL.Cf - ,545 fg X I, ' ,Q X .f X Dr. Keith Sovereign Francis Galbraith Vice Principal - Dagg Vice Principal Mary Lou Leimkuhler Secretary to Principal V c, a f, , aww Q , W if fits If , ,, 4, . ., , WM 1 I . 5 Q, .X ' ,nj t, ,W ,Q 1' 4 J f ' -'.- ' M32 M ff 1 X A 4- W Z fi? y nw df. ,f , 4',.' , , A are ff if W f 1 C ' f-by X? f f ff jf 1 f-37 r, 0 , ,, y ,, ,,,, ff ,M Wm! MQ' , , . f - , " Q ia 'Z "iii, A- f ., ,T' ya ,, gy wwf -,f lay -.'-gl 9 6' " "" at ! cfm , ,, gf f J' ff ' 1 . 1 4, f ' kiiayiii ' fa , f if V W f 1 f Af' ff? f Q 1 , XQA , ,, joe Brown Counselor Teache ,,, , W www lp, .g , ,W A , ts., X W f f I Loman Cansler Counselor Janet Weber Registrar - sw ff V 4 V it 'gl i if .Y if fe-in ff Qc' , y f help us reap a Walter Borgman Vice Principal Virginia Webster Attendance Office Secretary . A 4 14 1 W1 fmt 2 f' ft' V ' fuzzy Mugs 8 .,, . my f. I if f'-I 1 i 1 ,- V fg ai f I ,, VC, 7 at D me Y f I , , f i f i fl ay! lb fav ff X X M zz, f, f -via, ' ' ' , mm , ga qff ,gd K f , X , Z 4 " 'Vg fy X M f' 4' ff! 2 I if 4 7 f 2 Richard Eitel Counselor M S Kgngas State MS., University of MA ,Northeast ' ' ii r'SCOllL1gC Missouri Missouri State Clark Ferguson Counselor MA., University of Missouri -- Kansas Cilb' I I 193 . nl 1, 3: i i 4 Yi 'vi I T s 4 gr rl sz ,tlili ll l,s!"-H if ull M- 41 il 5: 5 ill I ,Iliff rl' V fi ,M we g zitl, r lil il Y ll it Q rl' 'f 'lf .li ll 4 l l' ,r ,-, ilri Lili ' Els 2 itll i ull I 'i it 1 li it I r l f i 5 r l . l I l 'T 5 l 2 , N -i l 2 il Q ' Q l 3 ll l all V E 3 si ii ' 54 , i n A e f rl ' ' I . E :" -X ll S' 1 if l r x i 'N j , V l 1 T ' Ji e 3 A l hi Ml ll , I li lr r l' l p 194 4' . ,ff A: rw ,. , , fx fm- 4Qff"g,,,.. A. 6017, ' ' ff -as 4 r, ' I 4' ' 2 "uf , A' J'?"f 511 4"'4v:"'f ,.,'f "'f'5 ' ' N .:.,.. s fx - V ,f,, .,w9f L , , , Nu ff ffmms 2 , xv. -f-:fr--1, ' . 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It is rapidly developing into a comprehensive re- search center. 1 1 , f as W ZMX W x This year, the audio-visual section was expanded to such proportions that it became necessary to ' divide it from the actual library. Miss Taylor and Miss Pulley are the caretakers of this ' factor of research. Neer, my fine can't really be 54.82. I "Dear Mom,. .. 17hnnua-u---- W, at ,iz , Z, .g 6: 5 . ,4 U ,V 5, Q7 f S72 f f V af f ' r we fr , f , M -' , ff ,, s ' f A . fi f ff f 1 f ,r ws 7 r7'fz,,ff 1,5 -jgjffx , ,.s:5:y4 1' V' - af ' QW, - ' is ,. ff f - g cw -I-Y ' fig. Y' ff f H Lis?-,fy U f J w A Z sf 19' , L 4 'Z if . X f V A? MQ A 'Y , "gg R , Cs- J, .sf 'ary re- . It is ive re- panded sary to Taylor of this L., . W K' I , V, 5 -5 . 'af' ' ' - ' 3 'f 4 1 , f I ,4 52 ,. . 1 I .,, qv 1 f 6 f f 3 My X 5 7 , y.,. I - .1 l f 2 A , 'I' WON., J ,,, Q x f . My I "T F e 1 ff".,Z'-'fi K . ff 'gf sv! sg if . W My 4 ir, xv 1 ll. s -a fi "riff ? . X.. fx NE., r 22-:!e.ifs.-....3' ' " R 2' '22-s . I . ' . :,. V f , V t J f s . ei xg W ,t . r y A , "Y-If yy' L 'N Q., Wikis' Z5 f sew! 1 I 'V' N? if X' . M y .V . 2 12:1 4- gi: .-mf , f 3 Q. x t? t fs at ff Z2 lf! fi 4 41 - t f 1 ,f f f X . 9 fge 5 9 EMILY BIEGEL B.S., University of Illinois JERRY COUCH B.S., Pittsburg State College WILLIAM CROSS M.S., Emporia State College DON DUEY MA., University of Missouri-Columbia ROBERT OGDEN M.A., Central Missouri State JAMES SKINNER B.S., University of Missouri-Columbia - .Lf ' L.: 1-4 K--4'-Lugz A- -H - ' Y" . +--- V -,- - --1 JA v 4 is! IM l A 2 lefiffi I9'gssfZ': ' . 'ees' . Miss Biegel directs students about wedding preparations. Many Uses for Social Sciences Don't do as I do, do as I say. I 2 in mi i g The social science courses include Psy- chology, Family Life, Sociology, and International Relations. These studies range from the mysteries of the mind to the equally puzzling relations between the United States and Russia. Social sciences offer the Northtown Hornets an opportunity to investigate many facets of the human and his relation to himself and others, They are the beginnings of a wide range ol' vocations in several liclds. 195 ,,f, ,k. Z, X ,XJ KJ wx WA .wwf F0una'czlz'0ns of All alter 'TT Science W' 196 swtsmt f Q M W Now let's try to get back to the lecture. , ,.., , y fwf f W f 1 , ,ef g I M A 2 Z NJ uf: V wwf' xi? , F, 91,-iw, Q , , ,,,9,.., , -V ,, fy " v Y , If he'd explain the lab, I'd know what I'm looking for! BOB ARRINGTON B.S., Ohio University R. B. BOLLINGER A.B., William Jewell JOHN CRAIG M. Ed., University of Missouri ROBERT CRAVEN B.S., Northwest Missouri State KENNETH MARTIN B.S., Missouri Valley College EARL MUNGER M.A.. University of Missouri The study of science not only insures graduation from high school, but also builds a foun- dation for many future careers. The natural science classes, biology, chemistry and physics, provide beginnings for college studies. The various interests of students can find subjects for thought in some type of sci- ence classes. 76 i..m 71?-.TY-. i is t only high foun- areers. lasses, hysics, :ollege terests ibjects of sci- "W-?"Wm 'Wat mzzmm Q , .21 ,Q I - I EUGENECOLE t Mysterious as the working of M3-lC'fmfa'M'550Uf' math are to many Hornets, our LIC LARRY HOFFMAN M.A., University of Missouri THOMAS MOORE M.A., University of Missouri DENNIS RAETZ B.S., University of Nebraska FRANCES REYNOLDS M.Ed., University of Missouri JACKIE RUSSELL B.S., University of Missouri classes are varied in subject, matter and objectives. Mathematics courses provide opportunities to study any facet of the subject, ranging from general math to UICSM or trigonometry. Students can learn skills which will be use- ful to them in many other high school and college courses, either preliminary or advanced. The Myslz'ques 0 Malhemalz'cs You guys either get it now or you'll be lost next year at Katz University! Lfq A W i WWA? ' " ,. 'vnwffi 7 ' , ' ', f 17" 25?-:'0T'.2 . .' - 1- l'm sorry boys. l'll take that now. 197 - V if E Main" DOROTHY BARNETT WOODROW M.A. Columbia CAMPBELL University M.S.. University of Sponsor National Honor Kansas Society Q0 5 I 198 The Thinker. ,. ft. I I , fi. i 14- ' ' 112 . K ,, , W ! x 43 5 A V' In ' 5 'gfvh 'Y' W, ff rw, ,vw ff V .f Arvf " f ff 'W 7' 'A' .I "fig ' Q, ..t I .aj " , W w rart f .. ., . f igfix, I R Z wi MARILYN BRAD HlRNl CAROLYN HUNTER DANIELJENISCH FAIRCHILD BA., William Jewell B.S., University of M.S., Pittsburg M.S.. Pittsburg State College Kansas State College College Sponsor Key Club Sponsor Buzz Learning History. . . More than four score and seven years ago a record of history was initiated. In fact it was a lot more than that. Yet, our his- tory department manages to effectively cover all of these years of occurtrences within the three years of high school. The sophomore and junior classes are coordinated with their respective English classes. Elective classes provide the op- portunity for students to explore their individual interests. The interested history student is not an extinct specie. X f X C f -1--a f: ,V N, X iz 7 X- up ,.., SS , e ' .Q- , X f, .Q Z' . 1 '51 ,lf-if ISCH I C 0 0 istory ir his- these chool. their e op- wfifii si X 1 2 K ff? s Wx I A 'sf -.. f XQZ ty :six 4 X QA wen-, :dzjwfif ' but QQ 2 , , ,A I if 1.. aff? K s , fy fn 'ffmf 533,645 V N " W' if W, ,. 4 , A Vietnam veteran discusses the war with Mr. I-lirni's World History classes W Q Q ,,, , , -r .f gm ,,,,. ,Q . , grams, ' - a. ', f w M' ' ' 11 1 sg V H I -, , ' 'iff- . .,,.V f E 9 5: 57 I I V X, I f Q' W: -g ' .9 ' ra rf , X. My g,. , 'swf I ' .n X X as W S sg, 4 - ,ff f I New '7" Q it L Z l Q e 4 ROBERT BLAINE JUANITA CAIN M.Ed., University of B.A., Central Missouri Oklahoma State Sponsor AFS SAMUEL DALZELL BETTY CONVERSE B.S., Northwest M.A., Peabody Missouri State LOVETA JOHNSON B.A., Southwest Missouri State LINDA DANIELS B.S., Northwest Missouri State She did what? F13-VH , ,aku ,away rf' And I think every boy should ask a girl to homecoming! 0 0 J English - The U S ' North Kansas City's English courses reflect the study of the language as a written art and as a use- ful skill. English II, III, and IV involve not only grammar techniques, but a study of those seg- ments of literature which correspond with the appropriate history course. Senior Literature is based upon all ages of English writing. It also pro- vides a background for college studies. Team teaching has been established in sophomore and junior English in order to correlate the as- pects of history and English. Senior Literature is divided into Modern and Pre-Modern literature. 7' 77 ,Q t the 1 use- only seg- i the re is 1 pro- :more ie as- ure is ature. sl, 2 in Q Y --7' rw- - ef ' 1--X"-'W -'rw--1-1-rf: ze:-f'14"'yj- 3 Trf'f1gf,T: j' ' V -ffm, -:1 i - my-A K M- M . g CAROL SHULTZ B.A., University of Missouri SUE SIMPSON B.S., Southwest Missouri State Purgold Sponsor We "' DANA STRECKER ,gud B.A., University of Nebraska Prism Sponsor is is J KATHRYN WIDEBROOK B.S., University of Missouri Co-Sponsor AFS il 5 S g . F ls it surrealism, existentialism, or naturalism? ' I Foreign 5 X 4. 4' , 5"-f'9f':.1. ' f 6- W. I . kdiv 2 335 is 45 Language , CHARLOTTE MCCLINTOCK M.Ed., University of Missouri Sponsor FTA JOYCE MCDANIEL B.S., Southwest Missouri State , ,,.. t ,W ,.w,,,v,, THELMA MORTON M.A., University of Missouri THOMAS SHAW University of Kansas Assistant Football Coach Monday will be cancelled due to a lack of interest! That's a student teacher? I i X M ft QP. lil 202 Have you hertofore, contended that hereafter and thenceforth unilateral intervention will cease? Speech and debate classes offer Hornets training in sounding off. Speech classes provide basic training in speech construction and delivery. Debate offers much advanced training with specialization in the fields of extemp, oratory, and debate. Debaters participate in inter-school contests in all parts of the state. MABEI. HALE MA., University of Colorado National Forensics League Sponsor If you'd quit 'worrying about your looks and put those glasses on, you Wouldnit have 10 Squlm' Sleeping sickness n a disease ofthetimekeeper .,.,,,,,fA . .,,M,m-W .W M 1 yy ,f W Q f .V4-'-. , 447 , 1 X "According to my trusty quote card . .. MiSS Hale. d0n't frown SO mUCh- Doug Noland says, "Do Your Own Thing" in his contest oration 204 QQ, Honest, Marcie, if I'd known it was yours, I wouldn't have touched it! "To be, or not to be. That is the question." ln Miss Fulton's drama classes one has the opportunity ol be- coming a good actor or actress. The drama courses I and Il provide budding stage stars with an oppor- tunity to learn the backgrounds of drama and to get actual acting experience. Those students who show promise and interest are entered in interscholastic contests. This school year was marked by the many successes of the dramatics department at home and away. T0 Be or ol Much class discussion is involved in the interpretation of drama. ,rp :ga N 3- f -'Y-vf 1--amp J :x:,Q11f, , ,t ,, - W A J, .. 1. f 4 1 X K ,J S Mildred Fulton M.A., University of Missouri-Kansas City Thespians Sponsor I I0 Be Dramalzc Oh, Say can you see... Dagg's burning 'round me? h Ahhh . . . I forgot the line. Reader's Theater involves ,several people reading parts from a single work without any acting. ww , 205 W w Cl ,fm-H Left to rightABack row-Bob Charlton, Mark Miller, Tim Wilson, Doug Lee, Dave Fuller, Joe Wiswell. Middle row-Chris Hecht, Kim Christiansen, Lori LaFountain, Carl Langley, Barb Pope, Roger Pierson, Pam Gaarde, Marvin Wells. Bottom row-Debbie Smith, Vicki Majors., Christy Whitsitt, Miss Fairchild, Patty Gibson, Margaret Little, Patty Arnold. L. 206 Co-Editors . . News Editor . . Feature Editor .... Sports Editor .... Advertising Manager Circulation Manager News Reporters . . . Feature Writers . . Sports Writers . . J Advertising Assistant Photographers .... Who says you can't project your image? Columnist ........ . . . . Chris Hecht Marvin Wells . . Joe Wiswell . . Pam Gaarde . . . Doug Lee . . Patty Gibson . . Carl Langley . , Bob Charlton Margaret Little Debbie Smith Vicki Majors Roger Pierson Christy Whitsitt Barb Pope . . David Parker Lori LaFountain . . . Harry Rose Dave Fuller . . . Tim Wilson Kim Christianson . . Patty Arnold Mark Miller The journalism class's main objective is the publication of the Hornets' Buzz. They are responsible for putting out a paper once every two weeks. The paper is printed on the Thursday before its distribution on Friday. The Buzz staff has been seen at all hours of the night and morning, ink to their ears, at the Dispatch office printing the paper. Despite late deadlines. and claims of censorship, the Buzz comes out on schedule. The Big Busy uzz At the meeting of the board the big cheese tells it like it is. ' 1 ' f f I 4 ff ni! 'ref V J If z Q ,ff A4 if I L3 208 ' fmdyg? aw tw i T' T37 yp,y1w f , , fa 7741 1 I gaynv ELIZABETH PATRICK COONLEY GRACE DEVERS LARRY DOWNEY DEBBIE GARRET RUTH BRATTEN M.S., Central B.S., Northwest M.A., Colorado State B.S., Northeast KLOPFENSTEIN I B.S., University of Missouri State Missouri State Mi550uriSta1e MA., Cglumbia Missouri-Columbia University Business classes receive an invaluable asset by learning typing, shorthand, data processing, bookkeeping, business law or economics. These basic fundamentals may help the opportunity of procuring employment or providing an insight into the problems that lurk ahead in the future business world. To an equal extent these pro- vide an aid in college for those seeking further advancement. Just think, not being able to take notes by Greeg's shorthand, or typing a term paper by the "hunt and peck" system of the right and left forefingers, one might never make it through the business world. I Could Have Loved I I Dz'dn't Ove Nobody knows whose nose. VR I Ig, ,,,f .WN J X ,ff C, I ,,,,,,,,. ... p 'i J. ' - S. Q zbfnyy V is 1 ff A i l f DO M .r ll EIN 3 V6 K 4 'Af ef-:f1'.Nm:'f-1:.ae-vvfva i.1.,,,L:'E ,f I Q I 5 If 'C N f.: Htttrrititzai I For stuck IBM cards this is real dexterity. You say your name starts with "two z's"? orlhtown More Typing S0 Much. DOONE LOUGHERY M.A., Northeast Missouri State 'Ir-Y' WOODSON MOORE M.S., Northwest Missouri State F.B.L.A. Sponsor KAREN DOROTHY SHATTO JUDITH WELCH ROSECRANS M,A., Northeast B.S., Northeast KAREN WILLIAMS B.S., Northwest Missouri State Missouri State B.Sr, Central Missouri State F.T.A. Sponsor Junior Class Sponsor Missouri State 209 ! I 4 ,y. f 1 fw ff ..1 0! ,f.q' i 4 ff fa ff ff ff f Q l if Z if 1 , 4 'A .2 3 f . I .1 5, "Q xv S me 2-W4 . M7 W1 it 1? .,,, ,..ww,,,, V ,f n. Ml, 1. VJ wh' ,. 4. iff f ':'. ,MK i ' Q, ' f 1 1 ,N ptr 'V' U f l 9 ., f. Y ' Y ? fl, f Q27 ,. .V Wj,,:l,,, in . U'f"?'Wwk' f 'ff , f ' S 'ifffliff Q., ,, ,L,,' ' ' ' r . .. .1 U W1 v, fan ,Q ff ,rg My ,, ff' ww ' , ': t ff' I ,, 4 ' , 0 159' 041, J! ,i ff .,. 4 W ,f fx. v Am Gee!! lt sure looks small on the map! ZZZZZZZ ..... ZZZZZZZ .... ZZZZZZZZ .,... 210 Kathleen Hendricks A.B., University of Missouri-Kansas City French Club Sponsor Bernita Isley M.A., University of Missouri Spanish Club Sponsor Jo Alyce Kaplan B.S., University of Kansas German Club Sponsor Carol Zagnoriak B.A., Northwest Missouri State Art Takes Looking at one's own reflection in the glass before the language lab booths, one may wonder how he looks to the people of the language that he is trying so hard to speak. In another corner of the globe, another student sees his reflection with the same wondering as he sits trying to learn to speak Eng- lish from an English tape. Reflections happen to all of us-it is our way of expressing them that makes all peoples unique. GS ffore v he ying obe, ame Eng- n to that 1 ....,,pf-P-wzzrsfrafrj E.?!..' 11553 I H ' I 'Akt is , S' ' . s, 2' f k ' 13' Velma Frost Porter Price M.Ed.. University of MA.. Kansas City Art Missouri Institute Art Club Sponsor Art classes experiment in many different mediums- from etching and printing. . .to oil painting. Just as the good picture must have balance and formg so must the good artistebalance in his ability to express him- self in as many ways as he sees his subject. . .and form in that he can develop his ideas so that others can understand them, without sacrificing his own individualism. This is art? W Yr? "Turn this'?. .twist that'?. . .twiddle with the other gad- get'?. . .Push the button'?. . .and it still doesn't work?" Many Forms ff 2. -as A f Wff ' W, 2 2 .A 9 by N Cl ,Q f-frm 9 t. Left to right top row Miss Donna Lou Meloan Patty Hovland Merlene Walker, Brenda Hubbard, Jan Harris, Patty Leonard, Dan Smith, Ron Corn Harry Rose Middle row Carol Lamkins Debbie White Sheila Speiser, Donna Hendren, Karen Boehnlein, Pam Gaarde, Ronn Ramey, Steve Peterson Bottom row Carol VanSlyke Carol McReynolds Judy Pulley, Twila Smitherman, Gaylen Thompson, Rick Swetnam, Mike Bledsoe. Climb Every iser A Capella has throughout the school year maintained a long list of activities besides presenting the annual Christmas assembly. They participated in the District Clinic and the Carnival of Choirs, while others went to state contest. One of the highlights of the year was the candy fund raising drive held in order to finance the Alice Parker Concert. ng he ne U2 it fi ---, 1 f- Q-E5-L-.,:.1f17:f' 3 r sz'-rj-5-fjjg 1 T li? ., A Q ' -e --' Q. A lon- . Top row: Pat Pennington, Terri Mynat, Tammy Edwards, Diane Kiff, Tobbie Tinney, Sally Rudd, Donna Mariott, Linda Harris, Pam Newberry, eve Janet Pierson. Middle row: Paul Lentz, Steve Donaldson, David Parker, Debbie Tidwell, Cheryl Burnidge, Pat Prunty, Kathy Payne, Teresa Gib- son, Danny Morris. Bottom row: David Wells, Kevin Jamison, Jane Bishop, Martha Pippin, Kathy Billinger, Kim McClannahan, Penny Garamellio, Pam Crawley, Terry Jewett, Becky Sutlliff, 1' with A Cappella HS 213 Q, ,1 vs 41 1 I 1 1 l I 1 l 1 1 I 1 Yl l l 1 l l rl l i ll l 1 I ll. l 1 l 1 Rebecca Fischer, Cheryl Wardrum, Elizabeth Peacock, Nancy Thomas, Brian Owen, Randy Shepherd, Jon Melvin, Leland Watkins, David Ludwig Tom Leighton, Barry Lundgren, Tom Reiman, Richard Hill, Jayni Robb, Neil Berger, Diane Coffman, John Craig, Werner Hebeisen, Janet Jame- son, Mary McCandless, Virginia McCarty, Jean Mynatt, John Schadel, Loretta Bickley, Cherylon Davidson, Denise Leighton, Katie McGuckin Syrena Moore, Rovena Swafford, Marsha Whitsitt, Karen Duggan, Denise Barchus, Ben Holt, Cynthia Lightfoot, Mary Devling, James Hudson, Regina Caple, Ronald McElwain, Martin Spake, ur M usic Will Glow in Werner puts that Austrian technique into the violin! fi, Orchestra From the strings and adroit fingers of the players, the Orchestra under direction of Mr. White, produces a number of har- monious notes as varied as the unity of Q 2, Beethoven. . .to the now sound of familiar pop standards. Besides holding a Winter and Spring concert and providing music for the Christmas assembly, the Orches- tra provided music for this year's musi-1 cal, "Brigadoon". W va ..,' gg 'l 4. ' 0 u Q if Whc "Alf "l8 prom wor bane of f phei barr Lin Bui Ric Ro gre Lei Scl f l dwig, lame ickin dson in Q V f f r r V -2- --1-'21-U---fre:-fmaesq mia: ,t,,,-L7,,' .s 555 Hymn sims? 1 I Symphonic Band Whether the Symphonic Band plays Strauss's "Also Spakc Zarathustrau or Tchaikovsky's "l8l2 Overture", the result is a by- product of many practice hours and hard work. As Mr. White lifts his baton and the band plays the sights, smells, and sounds of far distant places, it enwrapsl us vvith the phenomenal breaking of all time and space barriers. Is it . . . "In the Mood" . . . l'Hawaii Five-O" , . .or "Joshua Fit De Battl' ob Jerico"'??? ur Hearts Forever Linda Lockard, Kathy Payne, Judy Sholts, Carol Speiser, Denise Timberlake, Rebecca Turner, Cindy Wmlard, Mary Virgo, Wendy Berglund, Pam Burton, Alice Coleman, Kim Heft, Michelle Kritz, Chris Marks, Kyle Pulse, Marilyn Ryan, Cindy Scott, Nancy Thomas, Jackie Hill, Debbie Long, Rick Coomes, Pam Salisbury, Marvin Wells, Joe France, Jackie Sailor, Brian Owen, Randy Shepherd, Gary Koon, Terry Murphy, Rick Swetnam, Robert Alcox, Albert Erdman, Randy Ross, Robert Berglund, Rhonda Burgett, Chris Dunn, Byron Greene, Steve Kopetz, Tim Larson, Barry Lund- gren, Robert Rich, Joe Smith, Leland Watkins, William Watkins, Barbara Ann Winters, Mike Daugherty, Darrel Davis, Charies Flanery, Tom Leighton, David Ludwig, Jim Enterline, Keith Gardner, Warren Heft, Tom Reiman, Kent Skidmore, Jell Van Alden, John Long, Jack Pearson, Ted Schlesselman, Ronnie Leo, Charles Sloniker, Jess Sutton, Joel Campbell, Steve Golnik, Larry Tuso, Alan Wiley, Jeff Wright. 5 , , . , H J ,,., W., 4 , . f WDA 1, 32? 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A- -1 - . 9 F' Y' ', I X .hw . ,V-I p An., "' 'IA 1 1, - vx '. fi '. t ', "V, 'V Li--Mf, ff"i-'f'1'- .V 4' . 5 " x ?' 'x . I ' ' ' L . ' , , ' l V ' 'T , 4' ,f. A 4. I -. Q .' '-i , A K .V 'Rl ' ' x . ,, , 1 f.1!Aq-VA 5. . ,,-L, , fr, -.'. ' X . ' A K7-' - ' sf A W 4' ' - , A A MI 3: -2 XQAW- A- . Q' 1, lil' 'V r ,- ' M7-,,,q a',Qy,ywwG'fr-52,-1-.frvf-A-3 '- , v '11, -1. 2 4 r ,A . x A , A ' --,,.r-,,,.2,.l 1-- ,'1- 1 mn: . 5 , if 1 rw -f43.4..1Q,,5 ,T . -' ff? - 7 .AAT if ., sin V .AL TL i H sl' pa fe A ,WMV 3 "1 H 1,415 AVI' WM 4 f f ,, ROSA LEE CAROL FOWLER DICKENSHEETS B.S., Central Missouri B.S,. University of State Kansas Home Economics offers the opportunity to gain basic knowledge and to become proficient in homemaking skills. ,Girls can enroll in Home Ec I. ll, III, or Sen- i l l ks ior Home Ec. These classes offer basic or advanced experience in both cooking and sewing. Special interests can be developed in such courses as creative foods, interior decorating, and wardrobe planning. D0 you realize you havejust cut your dress in two pieces? O ractzcal Arts Reflect Each I'm the only one who can gather the BOTTOM of my Skirt! That's amazing! Youjust turn on the gas and it fries. 218 Q, D! BJ Gl M Crea velor ity, tunit their cisio: l iri isic ing en- ced as obe ' W - 4 -- - Al- ----m--- '--f- --- -. A --,Mm f-nf:-an-L-wsvsvzvsz-1:5--fi 4 -+1 'ff I"i"'71hA I TE Q 3.32 E 9 fa ANN ww-x N nf .Q f ft , DAVID COCHRAN LAWRENCE LEMING B.S., Northwest M.S., Kansas State Missouri State Teachers College GLEN MCDOLE DONALD ROBBINS M.S., Central B.S., Northwest Missouri State Missouri State Sludenfs Talent Creative talents or engineering interests can be de- veloped in Industrial Arts classes. Drafting, electric- ity, metal, woods. and crafts courscs offer oppor- tunities in every area of ability. Students can explore their talents in these areas and either make wise de- cisions or learn skills to aid them in future vocations. I sure hope this will replace that antique dish of grandma's. . The 100 mm straw. Ms 219 220 - my., th Robert Briggs Joe Grace Jerry Sutton M.S.. Central Missouri BS.. Central College- MS., Pittsburg State State Fayette College COE Club Sponsor The purpose of COE classes is to help temper "on the job experience" with "in the classroom study" at school. Students learn the value and possible difficul- ties of maintaining a job while continuing the need for education. This experience early prepares those stu- dents for such things as working part-time in college and the necessity of time budgeting, a considerable advantage in the days after graduation. It will augment and maintain an ability to accept change, and it will serve to strengthen the individual's sense of pride dignity and independence. 1 Classes Ref!eclSk1'!! Pam Mustard fills out a sales ticket for a satisfied customer at Bakers H-qv -..,,, f It f .. st Z , U VM x rw ' 'E wi? 9 - --.... ,...,,.. ., ,.-,......W.- ..--W ln. . 11541. 11.112241 - H H wiki? QRS , 71" Mrs. Jane Stonejoins into class activity. 'ii ftf.:5::2-3332: f,.w swf . 5, .t ..... . 4-vy--wg 1 7, Qs f Q-:ind ' fx' f ' N t ff X v , -Ls t 4 , . -- J, Jerry Boyce M.S., Central Missouri State Duane Hall M.S., Central Missouri State Pride, and Independence. In physical education learning to work to- gether is the chief objective. No matter what the sport, the success of the whole team depends upon the mutual cooperation of its players. Other sports may be more fun than they are work, and they may not take the muscle output of football, base- ball, or field sports. Everyone likes to square dance!! Still, there is present the concept of human cooperation between the participants. Nancy Graham BS., Baker University G.R.A. Sponsor Joe Crouthers M.A., Northeast Missouri State N Club Sponsor James Shepherd Mary Nowosad M.S., Kansas State B.A., Willliam Jewell College Quick, guys, grab the ball. Nina' mit ' 4 The dark room facilities are used by all photographers. Watch out, Mr. Craig. Here comes a fly! Students Master the Dark. . . The photography class becomes more aware of the finer aspects of photography, and utilizes the basic principles in the quest for producing on film the beauty and exquisite intricacies of our world. Not- to just take a good picture, but to capture the effervescence of life and motion of the subject, which in itself becomes the essence, of "the really goodn photography. A still life, one of the most difficult types of photographs to shoot, is put into focus by members of the photography' class. s ASV do cel all tht su IFC In of: dr we sa ab de phs Phy 125 X Wt? QW 2 xs, A X 1 Q X E , Q I X fs A Q 1 " .E2' .I-5' I X, f X 1 it if , 3 I ,Q 'ily ,, Q32 Iv- Q.. ,., t. 317 , , r e i i if f it " 1 , if, i - glglfllif B0h0lh Jerry Diehl Robert Elliott Leland open warren Platt On. gem B-3-.Cenlfal M.A:, University of M.Ed., University of M.S.:Central Missouri 1 Sour' tale ISSOUFI Slate gflissouri-Kansas Missouri-Columbia State ity Watch ulfor that Rea' Light!! Well that's what the little blue book says! s'Watch out for fenders, little old ladies, puppy dogs, diesel trucks, stop signs, red lights, the center line, fire trucks, ambulances, and least of all don't try to drive without buckling up or turning the ignition" are often times the words heard by students learning the proper procedure for con- trolling an automobile under driving circumstances. In Drivers' Ed one idea students are made aware of: an automobile respects its driver as long as its driver respects it. It is with this in mind, and the warnings ol instructors, that everyday North Kan- sas City Hornets set out toward the road of an ability they will have to keep at par as long as they desire to have the wheels on Saturday lnight. 7, T ea Reflections in the glass, reveal home-sweet-home after a terrifying ride in the city. 223 224 A Achens, Pam 167 Adams, Barbara 105 Adams, Ron 105 Adams. Sherry 105 Adams. Steven 167 Adkins, Danny 167 Adkison,Terry' 48.49.138 Ahern.Col1ecn 139 Ahern. Danny 105 Ainsyyorth,Ann 167 Albertson. Dann 93,100,105 Alcox, Robert 139,215 Aldridge, Martin 167 Alexander. Gary 105 Allanson, Kathy 167 Allanson, Sharon 139 Allen. Debra 167 Allen, Mike 139 Alpers, Ann 77,105 Ambrose, Sherry 105 Amerine. Roger 105 Anderson,Claude 105 Anderson, Darrell 167 Anderson, Nancy 105 Anderson, Renee 139 Anderson, Laura 139 Andre, Suzanne 139 Ansell,Jackie 105 Ansell, Pam 166,167 Antes, Melissa 167 Armintrout,Tim 139 Armour,Ji11 167 Armstrong, Kathy 105 ' Armstrong, Peggy 105 Armstrong, Sharon 105 Arndt, Bob 48,105 Arnold, Patty 139.206 Ash, Mark 53,68,l66,167 Ash, Steve 43.64,68,71.93,105 Ashcraft. Ken 139 Atkins, Dietta 105 Axtell, Bob 105 Axtel1,C1iff 167 B Bacon, Roberta 167,214 Badalueo, Sam 139 Bailey. Georgia 167 Bailey, Robert 105 Bailey, Sharon 139 Baker, Cindy 167 Baker Mary 106 Baker: Rita 167 Balagna, Debbie 106 Baldwin, Jerry 139 Baldwin, Joey 167 Bales, Pat 139 Ballentine, Terri 167 Banks,'Ron 106 Banner,James 106 Barchus, Denise 139.214 Barco,John 139 Baresel. Dwane 139 Barnes, Brenda 167 Barnes, Karen 167 Barnett, Dale 106 Barnett,G1enda 167 Barney, Paula 167 Barnhart, William 139 Barrett,George 167 Barrett, Janice 167 Barrgra, V. G. 167 Bartholome, Vera 167 Bartlow. Bill 139 Bash.Jeff 167 Bash,Jim 139 Baskett, Connie 167 Bateman, Gayle 139 Batsch, Lynn 75,93.l06 Battiest, Dave 167 Baughman, Carol 77,139 Baxter. Connie 167 Baxter.Jell 167 Baymiller, Earl 106 Beadle,Jim 167 Beam, Patti 106 Beaubien. Linda 106 Beck,Jane1yn 139 Becker, Rosemary 139 Bedsau1,Dcnnis 139 Becman, Pat 139 Becre, Deatte 167 Beerup. Debra 139 Beever, Deanna 167 Beezley, Lynn 139 Beisel, Jim 43 Belcher,Cli1'1' 48.49.106 Bell, Debra 167 Bell. Karen 139 Bellew. Cynthia 140 Bench, Sue 106 Bennett. Leslie 140 Bennett, Mary 106 Benton, Larry 167 Berger, Neil 214 Berglund. John 140 Berglund, Mike 167 Berglund, Robert 167,215 Berglund, Wendy 167.215 Bergstrom, Peggy 106 Bergstrom, Phyllis 106 Bergstrom, Richard 106 Berndt, Diane 140 Berry. Danny 1-68 Besser, Beth 106 Bickley, Lorie 168,214 Bickley, Marion 168 Bi1tinger,Jim 168 Billinger, Kathleen 213 Bird,James 168 Birmingham. Sean 48,4953 Bishop,Jane 140.213 B1ack.Retta 168 Black. Sheroylen 168 Blackburn, Betty 168 Blagrove, Diana 140 Bland,Janet 140 Bland, Mike 106 Blankenship. Cathy 106 Blankenship, Lee 64.69.71 Bledsoe, Mike 106,212 Blessing, Mary 168 Boaz, Karen 168 Bock,Joyce 140 Boehnlein, Karen 168,212 Boehnlein, Rita 36.93.106 Bo1segna,Jim 168 Boman, John 140 Bonar, Jack 140 Bosch, Paul 140 Bos1ey,Judith 140 Boswell, Royce 140 Boughner, Pam 168 Bower, Richard 140 Bowery, Carol 168 Bowman, David 107 Bowman, Valorie 140 Bowser, Ron 140 Boyd, Carma 168 . Boydston. Kevin 168 Boyer, Barbara 168 Boyer, Marsha 140 Braddock, Jim 57,107 Braden, Gregg 168 Bradfield, Dennis 140 Bradford, Steve 68,168 Bradley. Kathy 168 Bradley, Rick 168 Bradley, Russell 107 Bradshaw, Janell 168 Bradshaw. Louise 140 Braley. Patty 107 Bramble. Richard 140 Brandenburg. Cliff 107 Brandon. Kaye 98,107 Brandon, Fred 107 Branson, Debbie 169 Bray.Jackie 76.140 Brenton. Dennis 140 Breshears. Ronnie 169 Brethauer, Paul 64 Brewer, Larry 53.64.169 Brewer, Robert 140 Brewer, Susan 169 ,l DEX Breyyer, N ickie 140 Brey logle. Jane' 169 Bright. Lyan 169 Brimmcr, Keith 107 Bringe,1Qdyyina 107 Britton,Joe 140 Brizcndine, Betty 107 Brizendine. Nancy 93.107 Broadway. Richard 169 Brock, Richard 51 Broderick. Susan 169 Brown, Doug 43.4-1.93.10 Brown. Gretchen 141 Brown. Kathie 107 Brown, Laurie 107 Broyyn. Scott 53.68.169 0,107 Bryant, John -18,141 Brzuchalski, David 141 Bullock, Gale 93,101,108 Bunch, Diane 169 Burge,Cindy' 108 Burge, Eddie 169 Burgett. Rhonda 141.215 Burr. Mike 108 Burkhart. Diane 141 Burnidge. Cheryl 213. Burton, Ellew 141 Burton. Mildred 169 Burton. Pam 169,215 Bush, Sherry 108 Chester. Nlarsligt 170 Childers, Randall 141 Christian,,1an 109 Cfhristianson, Kim 481091111 Christianson, lcrry 170 Christy, De1.ec 109 Christy. Nicki 170 Clark, Mary 142 Claunch,.1im 48.68.109 Claunch, John 53.68.170 Claxton, Andy' 142 Claypool. Patil 142 Clements. Harold 170 C1ifford,Denfe1 68,170 Clifford, Leon 68,109 Clinkenbeard, David 142 Coakley',Charles 142 Coates,Janet 109 Cobb, Ron 110 Coberly. Linda 170 Cochrane, Duffy 64,170 Cochrane, Kathy 142 Cockerel. Larry 110 Coffey, Michael 53.170 Coffman, Diane 170.214 Coflman.John 142 Coffman. Richard 110 Cogan. Lavon 170 Cohee, Regina 142 8L 170 Coleman, Alice 170,215 Busuick, Louise 169 Butler. Linda 108 Butts, Yvonne 108 C Cadwallader, Cheryl 169 Cahill, Mike 169 Cahill, Rhonda 108 Cain. David 48,141 Coleman, Karen 170 Collier, Collins Collins Collins Collins Collins, Collins Collins. Pat 170 Connie 24,37.74.90, Carol 170 Dennis 110 Gary 170 .lanice 110 Judith 170 Linda 170 Cain. Robert 108 Cal1ahan,John 108 Cal1iham,Janie 108 Callow, Kim 108 Callow, Leslie 169 Calvert, Brenda 108 Calvert, Mark 64.169 Colwell, Linda 170 Conley, Larry 110 Cook, Peggy 142 Cook, Tom 110 Coomes, Rick 53,170,215 Coone. Gary 68,170 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 I O Daugherty, N11 Dauidson C he 13Uytt1stit1.f1L,t1 Davis. Beth 17 Dutisl arol 1 Davis. Charles Davis.Darrc11 Davis, Dave IT Dayis. Debbie Davis. Joyce 1 Davis, Richard Davis. Rick ll Dawson. Bob I Dawson. Richa Day'.Arnold 1- Day. Doug 171 Dcaring, Patty DeBacker, Mar Decker, Pam 1 De Cuer. Anita De Forest. Katl De Haven, Gui Deibler, Phil 1 Deister .Justin De La Fuente, De Lapp. Debr Denison. Moya Dennis, Debbie n. Mary Devers, Gregory Devling. Mary DeVore, Guy 1 De Sho Dewey, Dewey, Dewey, Connie Gerald Gloria DeWitte, Rhon 1 4 1 1.1 2 i I. 1 d Dibben. Karen 1 Di1lion,Me1via Dingman, Terry Dinsmore. Karel Dinwiddle, Mike Dirch, Terry 171 Ditgen, Larry 14 Dobie, Greg 63. Dobson , Penny Dobson, Tom 7 Dodson, Janet 3 Dodson,Jerry 1 Dodson, Larry Dolt, Herman 1 Dolt, Lloyd 111 1 9 L 1 4 Calvert, Vicki 108 Campbe1l,Joel 141,215 Campbell, Loretta 169 Caple. Regina 93,100.lO8.214 Capps, Gary 169 Caraway,Jon 141 Caray, Danny 169 Caray, Patty 108 Coons,John 171 . Coons, Larry 171 Cooper, Bill 171 1 Copeland, Dennis 62.63,l71 . Corbett, Lynn 48.142 Corbley, Blake 110 Corbley, Kathy 171 Corn, Pam 171 1 Cardwell, Mike 169 Carleton, Tim 169 Corn, Ronald 171,212 Courtney, Marcia 36.75.93 .1 Carlson, Gretchen 101,108 Carlson, Robert 51,108 Carlson,Tony 141 Carr. Diana 141 Carr. Robert 141 Carriker, Glenn 108 Carrillo, Mary 141 Carroll, Greg 108 Carter, Duane 93.108 Cover, Gary 53,171 1 Cowden.Ji11 110 Cox, Danny 142 y Cox,Guy 142 1 Cox.Judy 171 'I Crabaugh, Diann 110 Craddock,Twi1a 171 1 Craig. John 100,110,214 Craig, Margaret 171 1 Donahue. David Donaldson, Steph Donovan, Dawn Donovan, Doyle 1 Doran, Walt 172 Dorsey. Leanne 1 Dougherty, Mike Douglas, Mark 4 Douglas. Robert Dowdy, Denny 1 Downey,Ju1ie 17 Downey, Terry lf Draffon, Nancy 1 Drake, Connie 92 Drake, Debbie 11 Drake. Mona 141 Draper, Mike 141 Duce, Jeff 68,172 Carter, Kathy 141 Carter, Patti 169 Cary,Susan 109 Cascone, George 109 Casey, Kathy 109 Casey, Larry 141 Castaneda, Richard 109 Castro, Linda 169 Cathey, Carol 169 Caylor, Vicki 169 Cessna, Ross 169 Cessna.Susan 109 Chamberlain.Jacque1yn Chambers, Mark 109 Chambless. Nancy 169 Chancellor, Karen 141 Chandler, Mike 169 Chapman..lerri 141 Chapman.Sandra 109 169 Crain, Deborah 142 Crain,Jerri 171 Craveus,Ju1ie 171 Crawley", Pamela 171,213 Creswell,Cherie 110 Creswell.G1oria 142 Crippeiy,Cathy 171 Croney, Merlene 142 Crooks. Nancy 142 Crooks,Wi1liam 53,171 Crowder, Richard 171 Crowley. Denise 142 Crowley, Dennis 110 Curtis. Barbara 171 Curtis, Linda 171 D Daffron. Rick 110 Dahlstronm, Marti 111 Dahl, Allison 171 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 Dudley. Jane 93, Duggan, Karen Duncan, Charles Duncan, Carla 17 Duncan, Dennis Duncan, Doug 1 1 1 Charlton, Bob 206 Chastain, Terry 141 Chatlos. Fred 141 Chester.Caro1 109 Daniels. Nancy 143 1 Dare, Ramona 171 84 143 1 Dare, Randy 143 Dareing, Mark 171 1 Dunham, Mary 1 Dunham, Cheryl Dunkle, Dennis 1 Dunn, Chris 144.. Dunning, Woody Durington, David Dutro. John 172 Dyer, Kerry 144 Dyer, Richard 17 E Eams. Harold lll Eason.Jim 144 East. Billy 144 Eaton,Jimm 68 Ebert. Sharmon 1 5 1 1:11. V. 1 1.109.206 170 09 .170 '0 70 9 142 2 170 2 170 1,214 10 22 170 ,215 J 17,74,90,1f 70,215 1 2.63.17l 12 112 a6,75,93,1 10 1 3,214 1 1 ,213 0 2 1 2 ,171 71 2 0 111 143 DLlL1g11C1'ly,lxllliC 215 Davidson,Cherry 171,214 Dayidson, Clark 171 Davis, Davis Davis Beth 171 Carol 143 .Charles 143 Davis Darrell 171,215 Davis Dave 171 Davis Debbie 111 Davis,Joycc 171 Davis Richard 143 Davis Rick 111 Dawson. Bob 64 Eberts, Karen 144 liddington,Gay1e 76,138,144 Edinger, Bob 68,172 Edwards. Gayle 76,138,144 Edwards.Jaek1yn 172 Edwards,Tamara 144,213 Edwards. Jerry 1-14 Edwards. Sandy 1-1-1 Exstrom. Jane 144 Elam, Linda 112 Elkins, Hal 172 A 172 Dawson, Richard 53,171 Day, Arnold 143 Day, Doug 171 Dearing, Patty 111 DeBacker. Mary 171 Decker, Pam 171 De Cuer. Anita 171 De Forest. Kathy 143 De Haven, Guila 143 Deibler. Phil 143 Deister, Justin 171 De La Fuente. Edwardo 143 De Lapp, Debra 171 Denison, Moya 171 Dennis, Debbie 111 De Shon, Mary 143 Devers, Gregory 143 Devling, Mary 171,214 DeVore, Guy 143 Dewey, Connie lll Dewey, Gerald 143 Dewey, Gloria 171 DeWitte, Rhonda 143 Dibben, Karen 171 Dil1ion,Me1via 111 Dingman, Terry 24,75,11l Dinsmore, Karen 171 Dinwiddle, Mike 171 Dirch, Terry 171 Ditgen. Larry 143 Dobie, Greg 63,143 Dobson. Penny 172 Dobson, Tom 79,101,143 Dodson. Janet 31.75,85,93,l 11 Dodson, Jerry 143 Dodson, Larry 111 Dolt, Herman 143 Dolt Llo d 111 Q Y Donahue. David 111 Donaldson. Stephen 172, Donova n, Dawn 111 Donovan, Doyle 68,143 Doran, Walt 172 Dorsey, Leanne 172 Dougherty, Mike 111 Douglas, Mark 48 Douglas, Robert 112 Dowdy, Denny 112 Downey, Julie 172 Downey, Terry 143 Draflon, Nancy 112 Drake, Connie 93.112 ' Drake, Debbie 112 Drake, Mona 143 Draper, Mike 144 Duce.Jel'f 68,172 Dudley, Jane 93,112 Duggan, Karen 172.214 Duncan. Charles 112 Duncan. Carla 172 Duncan Duncan , Dennis 172 ,Doug 112 Dunham, Mary 172 Dunham,Cheryl 112 Dunklc, Dennis 144 Dunn, Chris 144.215 Dunning, Woody 22.2.3.5 Durington. David 144 Dutro,John 172 Dyer, Kerry 1-14 Dyer. Richard 172 1 Eams, Harold 112 1'.Z15U11..ll111 14-1 213 7.57.61.1 12 Ellington, David 144 Elliott, Donna 113 Ellis. James 144 Ellsworth. Michele 172 Ellsworth, Mike 172 Elmore, Vicki 144 Ely. Renna 113 Enterline, Jim 144,215 Epperson, Steve 144 Erdman. Albert 144,215 Ericson. Susan 172 Erisman, Linda 113 Ermentrout. Chris 113 Estep. Mike 100,144 Etzcorn, Mike 113 Evans, JoAnn 114 Evans, Roberta 113 Ewing, Dale 68.172 Ewing. Kendel 172 Ewing. Tom 68,144 Exposito, Chris 172 Eyton, James 144 F Failing, Scott 144 Fain. Mike 22,48,90,113 Fairfield. John 172 Falcone, Mary 172 Farmer. Bobby 172 Farmer, Craig 172 Farmer, John 113 Fausett, Pat 113 Featherston, Teri 1'13 Ferguson, Laura 172 Ferguson. Mike 172 Ferrara, Sharon 113 Ferron, Lisa 172 Fetters, Gary 172 Firestone, Kathy 144 Fischer. Becky 93,113,214 Fisher. Debra 145 Fitzpatrick, Cryton 145 Flanery, Charles 113,215 Gallegos. Diana 173 Gallcmore, Paul 173 Galloway. David 145 Gamel. Angela 173 Ga11n,Cli1'1' 173 Gant,11enry 173 Garamillo, Penny 213 Gardner, Bob 145 Gardner, Keith 68,181,215 Garrison, Eric 145 Gates, Connie 145 Gatewood, Cheryl 173 Geary, Karen 114 Gee. Joseph 181 Geelaw, Vernetta 173 George, Bill 114 Gerschelske, Kathy 114 Gibbens, Cheryl 77,145 Gibson, Anita 145 Gibson. Lee 22,114 Gibson, Madeline 93,99,10 Gibson. Patty 114,206 Gibson, Paula 145 Gibson, Terr 114 213 Giles, C Y . hris 48,145 Giles, Leta 24,77,93,l14 Giles,Jim 173 Gilliam, Marcia 145 Ginn, Elizabeth 145 Goldsmith, Vickie 145 Golnick, Steve 145,215 Good, Chuck 173 Goodin, Doug 145 Goodson, Daniel 145 Gordan, Dan 173 Gordon, Vince 53 Gorman, Sharon 77,145 Gosney. Janette 173 Gotschall, Barbara 146 Gourley. Rebecca 173 Gover, Gary 173 Gover, Karen 114,146,173 Graf, Dana 114 Green, Brenda 173 Flanary,Jim 172 Flanary. Woody 145 Flanders, Patty 172 Floyd, Randy 68.146 Floyd, Rick Foertsch. Foltz, Bre Steve 48,53,63,145 nda 172 Ford. Anne 172 Ford, Susan 113 Ford. Terry Dean 113 Ford, Terry Lynn 172 Fortune,Jaeaue1ine 145 Fossetl. C raig 93,113 Foster, Kenneth 172 Foster, Rick 172 Fox, Rose ann 172 France. Doris 172 France, Joe 145.215 Frame. Deanne 172 Frazier. William 113 Frazier, D avid 145 French. Letha 172 Frieson. Dan 113 de la Fuen te. David 114 Fulton, Donald 145 Fulks. Brian 114 Fuller. Dave 114 Fuller. Susan 114 G iarde K ithy 145 GL' . 2 Q - Gaardc. P11111 1142116212 Gadis, Linda 173 Gaines. Becky 173 Green,Dary1e 114 Green, Nancy 173 Green, Teresa 146 Greene, Byron 114,215 Greene, Larry 173 Greener, Emily 114 Greenstreet. Linda 146 Grider, Lynda 77,146 Griffey, Cindy 146 Grimm, Robert 146 Grosko, David 173 Gross, Edward 173 Gross, Teddy 146 Groves, John 48,146 Guenther, Charles 114 Guenther, Mark 146 Guil1oil,Curtis 174 Guilloil, Greg 146 Gurley. Tom H Hadley, Gerald 146 Hadley. John 146 Hadley, Scott 174 Hageman, Rex 174 Haggard, Steve 146 Haines, Carol 174 Hale. Chris 174 Hale. Jack 146 Hall, Becky 115 Halstead. Deann 146 Hamill, Kevin 174 Hamilton. Vickie 146 Hampton, Patricia 174 Hancock, Shoni 115 Hand. Bob 146 Handley, Mark 146 Hardin. Perry 146 Hardin. Ron 146 Harmon, Pam 115 HLlI'11101'l.Pi11. 115 Harmon, Ray 115 Harper, Linda 174 Harris. .lan 93,100,115 East. Billy 144 Luton. .1111I111 68 115LI1'l,S11L1f1110fl 172 Gaines. Cheryl 113 Galbraith. Randy 614.173 Ga11ager.N1H1C5 91114 Harris Harris. Harris, . . 1.inda Sue 174 Karen 116,212 1ind1C I-1213 L . 7.-- 1,1 Harris, Tim 146 Harrison,Clil1'ord 174 Harrison,Cli1'ton 116 Harsh. Ginger 146 Harsh, Steve 116 Hart, Cindy 146 Hartman, Chris 93,116 Harvey,Cindy 146 Harvey, Herbert 174 Harvey, Sherry 116 Hastings, Ray 79,116 Hawkins, Susan 174 Hawn, Brenda 147 Haydon, Fred 147 Haynes, Cathy 147 Haynes,Chuck 53,64,174 Haynes, Cindy 147 Haynes, Donald 116 Haynes Peggy 116 Hazzard, Beverly 147 Heath, Jeff 174 Hebeisen, Werner 97,116,214 Hecht, Chris 93,116,206 Hedderman, Betty 174 Heft, Kimberly 174,215 Heft, Warren 116,215 Heiman, David 147,174 Heiman, Ronnie 174 Heisler, Joseph 174 Heisler, Mark 116 Helwig, Gary 53 Henderson, Fred 147 Henderson, Gary 174 Henderson, Rod 82,117 Henderson, Suzanne 147 Hendren, Donna 147,212 Hendrickson, Arlene 175 Henr1cks,Lenna 147 ' Hensley, Billie 147 Hensley, Diane 77 Hensley, Patricia 147 Hensley, William 147 Henson,Jim 117 Henson, Janice 117 Hernandez, Becky 117 Herrin, Jerry 175 Hersman, Randy 175 Herter, Mark 57,117 Hestwood, Richard 147 Hey, James 147 Hightower, Linda 117 Higgins, Kenton 175 Hi11,Jacque1ine 147,215 Hill, Richard 175,214 Hill, Yvonne 175 Hillis, Steve 147 Hinch, Michael 64,175 Hinds, Nina 117 Hinds, Russell 175 Hitchborn, Sherri 76,147 Hoag1and,John 117 Hobbs, Margo 175 Hoddiek. Deborah 147 Hodge, Nancy 94,100,147 Hodges. Helen 148 Hodges, Nancy 148 Hollecker, David 175 Hoffman, Sally 175 Hogge, Barry 148 Hogge, Jeanne 175 Hogue, Steve 175 Hogue, Vicki 117 Holladay, Bonna 175 Holleman, Dianne 175 Holliway, Judy 148 Holloway, Dennis 117 Holt, Ben 175,214 Holt. James 51.117 Honeycutt, Larry 175 Hoover, Frank 68 Hopkins, Douglas 117 Hopkins, John 64.175 Hopkins.Oran 148 Hopperl, Joe 148 Hopson, Joel 117 Horner, Donna 175 Horrocks. Karen 1-18 Horrocks. Fercsa 1 17 Horseman. Debbie 117 Hott, Stanley 117 225 215 B0 227 226 Hougham.Janet l-18 House. Diane 175 Hov1and.Palricia 175.212 Howard. Dawn 117 Howard, Richard 1-18 Howard, Teresa 148,175 Howard, Vie 117 Hoyt, Eddie 118 Hubbard, Brenda 175.212 Hubbard, Mike 118 Hubble, Connie 93.118 Hubble, Mark 53,175 Hudlemeyer, Jodeen 175 Hudson, Charles 148 Hudson,James 53,68,175,214 Hudson, Huffman, Linda 53,68,175 Jones. Liz 176 Jones. Lyle 150 Jones, Mark 176 Jones. Mike 176 Jones, Ronald 176 Hughes, Charles 148 Hughes, Eddie 118 Hughes, Glen 148 Hughes, Nancy 77,148 Hughes.Terry 148 Hughes, Valerie 82,148 Hulen, Robin 55,57,93,1 18 Hulett, Julie 183 Hull, Debbie 118 Hull, Nancy 118 Hummel, Gary 101,118 Humphreys, Roger 148 Humphries, Bruce 118 Humphries, Michael 148 Hunt, Linda 118 Hunter, Larry 175 Hurd, Kathy 175 Huskey, Sandra 175 Husky, Larry 118 Hutchinson, Terry 118 Hylton, Randy 148 Hylton, Sharon 148 I Ingram, Brad ,53,64,175 Ingram, Vickie 149 Ireland, Jack 175 Irving, Diane 118 Irving, Richard 148 J Jackson, Bill 175 Jackson,Cherry1e 149 Jackson, Daniel 175 Jackson, Gerald 175 Jackson Ron 149 James, David 175 James, James 149 James,Jimmy 149 James, Leslie 175 Jameson, Janet 149,214 Jamison, Kevin 149,213 Jarling, Kathy 77,118 Jarman, Bob Jarman, Vickie 175 Jarrell, Brenda 149 Jarrell, Marsha 149 Jenkins, Bill 119 Jenkins, Marcie 33,74,93,119 Jenkins, Marvin 175 Jenkins, Roxanne 77,138,149 Jennings, Dayne 149 Jennings, LaDonna 149 Jenseu, Linda 175 Jenson, Harry 176 Jewett,Terri 176,213 Jimeson,Cheryl 149 Jameson, Mike 119 Jove, Charles 176 Johannes,Ju1ia 149,176 Johnson, Debi 149 Johnson, Donna 149 Johnson, Gary 149,176 Johnson, Gary 176 Johnson, Janice 119 Johnson, Larry 176 Johnson, Leslie 176 Johnson, Shirley 149 Johnston, Brenda 176 Johnston, Steve 149 Jones, Howard 176 Jones, Jeff 150 Jones,Judy 176 Jones, Keith 150 Jones, Linda 150,176 Jordan. Brenda 176 Joy. Mark 176 Justice. Brenda 150 Justus, Nancy 119 Justus, Sharon 176 K Kaltenbaeh, Patricia 150 Kanngiesser, Karen 93,119 Karalf, Neil 176 Karaf1,Ramah 119 Kareh, Karen 176 Kash, Bunny 150 Kates, Billy 150 Kauthen, Jo Anne 119 Kaylor, John 150 Keefer, Donald 176 Keen, Mike 150 Keiser, Bobbie 119 Kelley, Eddie 119 Kelley, Roy 176 Keltner, Jeff 176 Kelyman, Christina 176 Kendrick, Daniel 176 Kennard, Terri 176 Kenney, John 150 Kephart, Susan 82,150 Kidd, Debby 176 Kidwe1l,Jim 119 Kidwell, Joseph 176 Kiefhauer, Pete 53,68,l76 Kiff, Diane 150,213 Killough, Barbara 119 Ki11ough,Carol 119 Kimball, Rick 150 Kimberling, Virginia 150 Kincheloe, Cheryl 119 Kincheloe, Curtis 150 King, Bonnie 120,176 King, Earl 176 King, Larry 100,150 Kins1ow,Joe 176 Kinslow, Linda 150 Kirchhoff, Kathy 176 Kirk,Jennifer 150 Kirk, Mark 120 Kirkman, Brad 120 Kirt1ey,Dede 150 Kitt, Susan 93,120 K1eoppe1,Jane 176 K1eoppel,Jim 150 Klepper, Casey 53,176 Kline, Gayla 176 Kline, Sharon 150 Kloepfel, Larry 53,176 Knapp, Don 176 Knapp, Laura 120 Knapp, Richard 176 Knight, Chris 176 Knipple,Jim 48,150 Knox, Linda 150 Kolterman, Paula 77,120 Koon, Gary 176,215 Koonce, Kenneth 177 Koontz, Doug 120 Kopetz, Steve 151,215 Korris, Brad 64,177 Koshkins, Karla 151,177 Kramer, Carol 177 Kramer, Kris 43,57,12O Krems, John 120 Kritz, Michelle 120,215 Krohne, Melvin 151,177 Krohne, Steve 151 Krueger, Dale 151 Krueger, Gary 60,93,l20 Krull, Karla 151 Kuehl, Chris 151 Kuenshe, Donna 177 Kupneski,Rose1la 177 Kurtz, Zanel 151 L La Barbeira, Brenda 177 Lacy, Mike 177 Lafontaine, Thomas 77 LaFountain, Lori 33,120,206 LaJoie. Michele 151 Lakey, Rick 1211 Lale. Mark 177 l-an1hertoxt,13rCmlL1 U7 l.2.1111l1Jt:f1SOr1.141oyd 120 Lambert. Gary 93.120 Lamnient. Barry 177 Lampkins.Caro1 121.212 Lampkins. Karen 121 Lance. Mark 121 Landis. Greg 121 Lane. George 177 Langley. Carl 121,206 Langstow. Dennis 177 Lanning, Don 121 Lartiu, Teresa 151 LaRocea, Mike 177 Larson,Tim 177,215 Lashbrook. Carol 24,75,121 Lateir, Richard 177 Laughary, Steve 121 Law,Glenn 151.177 Lawing, Margaret 98,151 Lawrence, Cawin 151 Lawson, David 177 Lawson. Georgia 151 l,uinby.N1ikc 123 1,unt1gren.l3:irry 152.21-1.215 l.L11!.l111Lltl 1,8 1,j.nn.1Jaxit1 152 l.yon.1r.ink 152 D 1yon.1arn 152 M Maasen. Rick 186 Macken. Denise 152 Mackcnfferry 186 Mack1ey.Calx'in 152 Maddox. Craig -18.90.123 Madrid. Ginger 152 Majers,Jerry 79.152 Majers. Mary 152 Majors. Rex 57,123 Y Doug 22,46,48,57,60,121,206 Lee,Debb 177 Lee, Lee, Janet 82,151 Lee, Ray 177 Lee, Vickie 151 Majors. Vicki 77,123,206 Mallory. Regina 152 Mandina, Rosemary 153 Mandina.Tony 123 Mango,Niehe1e 153 . Man1ey.Candie 153 Man1ey.Jan 153 Mann, Melisa 153 Marl-:s.Chris 215 Marks, Etta 186 Marriot, Donna 186,213 Marrs, Eric 153 Marteusen,Tim 153 Marthaler Terr' 82,123 Leer, Wayne 48,121 Leftridge, Donna 177 Leftridge, Everett 177 Leighton, Denise 177,214 Leighton, Tom 80,121,2l4,215 Leighty,June 77,121 Leumkuehler, Paul 151 Lemasters, Dennis 177 Lemmon, Pam 151 Lemtz, Paul 151,213 Leo, Ronnie Leonard, Mike 151 Leonard, Patty 121,212 Leslie, Denise 151 Leslie, Robert 151 Leucht, Geri 151 Lewis, Cathy 151 Lewis, Eddie 121 Lewis, Edna 121 Lewis,Tom 48,177 Liberty, Cathy 177 Liell, Sandy 151 Lieurance, Dirk 177 Light, Robin 93,101,121 Lightfoot, Cynthia 177,214 Lindeman, Curtis 122 Linder, Debra 178 Lindsay, Loucinda 151 Lipe, Katherine 151 Listrom, Marco 48,151 Litteken, Gene 22,48,122 Little, Margaret 77,151,206 Littrell, Barbara 178 Livasy, Jeanne 151 Livesay, Fred 152 Livesay, Leonard 57,122 Livingston, Kathy 178 Livingston, William 152 Lockard, Linda 178,215 Loepp, Barbie 77,100,152 Loltis, Ronatta 178 Logan, Karren 178 Lombardo, Victoria 178 Long, Debbie 152,215 Long, John 79,152,215 Long, Pamela 178 Lopez, Jim 43,45,62,63,152 Lopez, Laura 178 Lott, Mary 122 Losey, William 178 Lounsburry,Jaw 178 Love, Danny 152 Lowe, Marcy 77,122 Lowman, John 48,64,68,69,7l.l22 Lowry. Pam 77,123 Loy. Randy 152 Lucas, George 64,178 Lucas. Lynda 123 Ludwig, David l78.2l4,215 Luethie, Shiela 178 - Y Martin Bobbi 186 Martin :Cheryl 153 Martin, Dawn 186 Martin, Marcia 153 Martin, Rodney 123 Martin, Susan l78,1 Martin o, Ron 123 Mason, Bob 153 Mason, Landy 186 86 Masoner,Glen 186 Masterman, Sharon 123 Mattes, Paul 153 Mattson, Mike 153 Mautino, Louis 153 Maves, Barry 153 Maxey, Marilyn 186 May, Laurie 186 McCall, Melissa 77,153 McCand1ess, Mary 186,214 McCann, Kathleen 153 McCarthy, Bob 123 - McCarthy, John 186 McCarty, Virginia 93,123,214 McC1anahan,Connie 153 McClanahan, Kim 186,213 McClellan, John 53,186 McCloud, Cheryl 123 McCloud, Karen 123 McCollum, Roger 124 MeConne11,Cindy 153 McConnell, Clyde 48,124 McConnell, Paul 186 McCoy, James 186 McCoy. Mildred 153 McCoy. Shirley 82 McCrackell, Terry 196 McCuen, Jeanette 124 McCuen, Robert 153 McDonald, Bell 179,187 McDowe11,Joetta 153 McE1wain, Ron 53,187,214 McEntire, Susan 187 McEowen, Dale 55,57,93,l00,124 1 MeGrogan. Erin 153 McGuckin, Katie 98,153,214 Mc Intyre, Robert 153 McKoy, Shirley 153 Mc Leod, Richard 179,187 Mc Nabb, Steve 153 Mc Neal, Pat 154 MeNeary, Ron 187 McOsker, Jerry 154 MeOsker, Stella 187 MeReynolds, Carol 187,212 Me Rill, Diana 187 MeRill. Sharon 154 MeRi11, Thomas 187 McVieker. Charles 154 Mc Whorter. Carol 124 McWhorter, John 187 I if Nic W Meadi Marial Mejia Melvir Mendil Merlir Marri- Mertz Messe Messe Meyer Milan Milbo Mielkt. Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Millm. Mills. Mills. Misenl Mitch: Mize, Mize. Mober Mobur Modee Mohle Mounz Monro Moon, Moon, Moore Moore Moore Morair Morair Morga Morga Morga Morga Morga Morris Morris Morris Morse, Morton Mueck Muelle Muelle Muelle Muelle Murph Murph Murph Murph Murph Murph Murph Musac Musac Musac Mussel Mustai Myers, Myers, Mynat' Mynat Mynat Mynat 1 Nanalt Nance. Neill. 1 Neiswz Nelson Newbe Newmi Nichol 'xa-iipinmlw 1 Morris, Larry 155 E3 ' ' Pickwo .21-1.215 0,123 3.206 1 153 +,213 1,123 ' 3 186 l 123 1 6 1,153 186,214 153 3 6 93,123,214 ie 153 186,213 1,186 23 123 124 153 48,124 86 153 196 124 53 9,187 153 .l87,214 I87 .57,93.100,l2-1 8.153.214 153 3 179,187 3 4 7 l 187.212 4 7 154 1 124 187 Mc NX illiams, Brodie 187 Meador. Mary 187 Meadows, Steve 15-1 Meyia. YaYa 32.96.124 lN1e1vin.Jon 154.214 Mendoza. Patricia 154 Merlino. Carole 187 Marriot. Stella 124 Mertz, Ed 64.68.154 Messer. Debbie 124 Messer, Cheryl 154 Meyer, David 154 Milan. Dennis 154 Milbourn, Patty 154 Mielke, Linda 124 Miller. Antliong 154 Miller, Bob 187 Nicho1s.Jacqueline 77,125,156 Nicholson. Gaylen 156 Niekell, Sharon 180 Nigro. Mark 125 Nobling, Carl 180 Noland. Douglas 156 Norman,Tootie 76,156 Norred, Linda 156 Norris. Kll1T 53 Norton, Jack 125 Nutt, Marilyn 180 O O'Banion, Katherine 156 O'Brien .Jeanne 93,126 O'Brien,Jo 180 O'Brien,John 156 O'Brien, Karen 156 Mil1er,Cindy 124 Miller,Cindy 154 Miller, E1i2abeth 154 Miller, Gary 48,154 Miller, John 187 Miller, Mark 154 Miller, Mike 124,206 Miller, Paul 3,63,l5-1,187 Miller, Paul Miller, Suzanne 154 Miller, Wilhelmina 154 Millmaker, Clara 154 Mills, Robert 124 Mills, Thomas 187 Misenhelter, Mark 154 Mitchell, David 154 Mize, Becky 179 Mize, Mike 154 Moberly, Dean 124 Moburg, Dale 43,155 Modeer, Sally 188 Mohler, Kent 124 Mouna, Rob 188 Monroy, Victor 155 Moon, David 155 Moon, Mike 155 Moore,Chester 155 Moore, Craig 53,64,l88 Moore, Cyrena 124,214 Moraine, Diane 3,155,188 Moraine, Gene 20,124 O'Brien. Keith 126 O'Brien,Sharon 156 O'Brien,Tim 180 Ochko, Barbara 156 O'Dell,.laney 180 Oehlert, Pauline 156 Oliphant,Glena 156 Oliver. Cindy 181 Olson, Brenda 156 O1son,Eric 51,156 O1son,John 156 O'Neil,Sheila 126 Osborn, Dwight 126 Osborn,Judy 156 Osborn, Karen 181 Ott, Inez 126 Owen, Brien 156,215 Owen,Janae 126 Owens, Brenda 181 Owens, Danny 181 Owens, Donna 156 Owens, Rhonda 156 Morgan, Gary 188 Morgan. Lyle 155 Morgan, Lynne 155 Morgan. Ray 155 Morgan, Shelley 188 Morris, Mike 124 Morrison. Danny 188.213 Morse. Mind ' 77 155 Mueeke y , -- Robin 188 Morton, , Stephanie 155 Mueller. Beckie 124 Mueller, Debbie 155 Mueller, Mike 125 Mueller Paula 93,125 Murphy, Billie 155 Murphy. Billy 125 Murphy, Linda 93.125 Murphy Mike 188 Murphy Robert 179 Murphy,Sharon 179 Murphy.Terry 179.215 Musacchio. Mike 155 Musacchio. Karen 179 Musacchio. Mark 155 Musser.Glyda 155 Mustard. Pam 82,125,220 Myers, Mark 179 Myers, Terry 62.63.155 Mynatt.Jan 155 Mynatt.Jcan 155.214 Mynatt, Mark 179 Mynatt.Terrl 213 N lN2ll'lL1lCC1', lNl1t'lC 125 Nance. Arthur 155 Neill. Paul 155 N'isxxllll1!cr. Kathy 153 e Nelson.K-:lilly 51,101,155 Newlveuy Pain 125,213 lxlCV1,111Ll11 lL1l1Cl 1811 Nlcho1as.C hcryl 15 'Q sz. P Pace, Sandra 181 Page, Glenda 76,156 Palmer, Lester 65,68,156 Palmer, Margo 156 Palmgrew, David 181 Panter, Melvin 156 Parker, Clifford 157 Parker,.1oyce 181 Parker, Larry 181 Parker, Leroy 181 Parnacott,John 68,157 Parnacott, Richard 181 Parseal. Leslie 181 Parton,Tom 181 Parton, Dianne 126 Pastori, Shirley 157 Patterson, Kenneth 189 Patton. Terry 126 Patton, William 126 Pauley, Kenneth 157 Payne, Kathleen 157,213,215 Payne, Max 48.199 Payne, Mike 126 Peace, Pam 181 Peaeh,James 157.181 Peacock. Elizabeth 157,214 Peacock. Mary Beth 181 Pearce, Kevin 181 Pearson,Jack 181,215 Pellet, Denice 157 Pennington, Pat 157,213 Perry,Cecil 181 Perry, Donald 53.68.181 Perry. Lee 126 Perryn, Ronald 157 Peters, Eddie 181 Peters. Joyce 181 Peterson, Paul 181 Peterson, Steve 157,212 Petty, Beverly 126 Phillips, Janet 181 Phi11ips.Judith 181 Pllil1ips.Robert 157 Phillips ,Terry 181 Pickard. Donald 181 rth. Monica 126 Pickeus. Barbara 181 Pierce. Joyce 181 Pierce. Rickie 182 Pierson, Janet 126,213 Pierson. Roger 126.206 Pinkey, Diana 182 Piper, Diana 126 Piper. Rhonda 182 Piper, Terry 127 Pippin, Martha 127,213 Pittsenbarger, Charles 127 Pitzer, Shery 157 Pliler, Lois 182 Poka1uk,Mit2i 182 Pope. Barb 127,206 Pope, Dan 127 Porter. Gary 157 Porter,Juanita 182 Powers, David 64,182 Powers, Rick 48.127 Powell, Roy 127 Pratt,Tim 182 Prentice, Brenda 127 Pritchard, Tom 48,5l,157 Probst, John 53,182 Proctor, Gayle 182 Pruden, Wayne 127 Prunty, Patricia 182,213 Pryer, Ronald 182 Pu1ley,Judy 27,93,212 Pulse, Kyle 182,215 Pumphrey, Chris 51,182 Pumphrey, Cindy 157 Q Quackenbush, Charles 182 Quatrochi,Sa1etta 182 R Raetz, Dennis 48 Rainey, David 182 Rainey. Ken 182 Rake, Danny 157 Raley, Joyce 157 Raley, Ray 53,182 Ralls,Jody 183 Ralston, David 53,183 Ramage, Betty 127 Rambo,Carol 183 Rambo, Irma 157 Ramey, Richard 48,138,157 Ramey, Ron 157,212 Raney, Steve 53,183 Rapp, Christine 127 Rapp, Merlene 183 Rasch, Pat 158 Ratcliff, Mike 127 Rauch, Patrick 158 Ray,Jackie 158 Realph, Chris 23,25,74,93,128 Rector, Dave 183 Reddell, Nina 127 Redenbaugh,Connie 183 Redenbaugh,John 183 Redenbaugh, Sharon 128 Reece, Bobby 183 Reece, Diana 183 Reed, Cinda 85,158 Reed.Cindy 158 Reel, Greg 82.128 Reiman,Tom 158,214,215 Renner,Jim 43,128 Renno, Ruth 183 Retner, Carol 183 Reven, Deborah 183 Reusch, Harold 43,128 Rhoades, Perry 53.183 Rhodes, Becky 183 Rhodes, Debbie 158 Rice, Donna 158 Rich, Robert 183.215 Rich, Sheryl 158 Richards, Royda 128 Richards,Terry 158 Richardson, Amy 183 Richardson.Cindy 93,100,128 Richardson,Clinton 183 Richardson, James 158 Richmond, Leanna 158 Riekettsulohn 128 Rider. Brenda 128 Ridotlt. Barbara 158 Riehl. Bonnie 183 Rinkert, Claudia 183 Rist.Cheryl 183 IH I P' 1 Ritter, Greg 158 - Rizer, Linda 183 1 Robb..layni 128,214 Roberts, Donald 183 -1 Roberts,George 183 Roberts, Kathy 158 Roberts, Mauritza 183 11 Robertson,Tom 183 i Robinson, Deborah 183 Robinson, Donna 128 Robinson, Dennis 95,101,128 Rodenberg, Teresa 183 1 Rogers, Brenda 158 Rogers, Rogers, Linda 129 Loretta 129 Rogers, Michael 51,183 Rogers, Robin 48,158 Rogers,T.A. 183 Rollert. Godfrey 129 Rose, Harry 48,129,206,2l2 Rose, Rhonda 158 Ross, George 158 Ross, Randy 215 Ross, Robin 129 Ross, Sarah 159 Rougemeut, Pamela 159 Routh, Dennis 159 Rudd, Sallie 183 3 Rule, Paula 183 , Rusher, Rayma 159 Russell, Marilyn 159 Rutherford, Dan 129 Rut1edge,Albert 159 Rutledge, Bill 129 Ryan, Carl 159,215 Ryan, Marilyn 159 Ryan, Walter 159 S . Sachs, Gary 48,129 Sadler, Dan 183 Sadler, Mark 56,57,90,93,129 Sage, Steven 159,183 Sailor, Jacquelin 184,215 Salisbury, Pam 184,215 Salyer, Keith 159 Sale, Dwight 51 A Sampey, Karen 159 Samson, Linda 159 Sanders,Ju1ie 159 Sanders, Mike 159 Sanders, Richard 184 Sanders, Ron 129 Schade1,Joan 37.77.129 Schadel, John 129,214 Schaffer, Rick 129 Schaller, Valerie 129 1 Scheid, Ray 48,129 1 Schilling, Rondary 184 1 Schindler, Carol 184 Schlattman, Vicki 129 Schlesselman, Ted 43,93,l30,215 l Scholbohm, Donna 130 5 Schmidt, Diane 23.37.74,93.l30 1 Schmidt, Suellen 184 Schonewetter, Patricia 184 5 Schrader, Edward 159 Schrader, Evelyn 1 Schraeder, Hank 184 1 Scott, Barney 184 Scott Cynthia 80,159,215 Scott Deidira 184 Scott Dorothy 159 Scott Kathy 130 Scott Dick 130 Scruby, Tom 130 Sears, Larry 184 ' Sears, Sharon 130 1 Sears. Wanda 159 Seidel. Nancy 159 Seitz,1-'red 184 Sewell, Pam 184 il Shacle1ord.Stevc 184 Shadday, Debbie 130 ,l Sharp, Eddie 184 1 Shaw, Patti 130 Shearer. Karen 160 5, Sheperd, Bill 68.1144 f 1 Shepherd. Randy 184.21-1.215 Shepherd,Terry 130 Sheridan, Karen 160 , 1 227 1 Wilson, Darla 164 228 Sherwood, Bruce 184 Shields. Stan 18-1 S1iipe,.lerry 48,130 Shipman, Linda 184 Shirley, Rita 184 Shobe, Dale 160 Sholts. Judy 184.215 Shore, Parieia 160 Short, David 184 Short. Kelsey 184 Shortess. Steve 68,130 Shour, Craig 56,57,59,130 Shuh, David 53 Shuler, Cathy 184 Shuler, Marti 184 Shuler, Phil 131 Siemens, Regina 131 Silva, Edith 160 Stone.Gainy 132 Stout. Beverly 185 Stout.Susan 185 Stubbs. Denise 185 Stuber.Catherinc lol Stumph, Richard 185 Sublett. Lisa 185 Summcrs,Susan lol Summers. Tommy 185 Sundal.Tom 100.132 Sutherland, Helen 132 Sutlieh. Becky 161,213 Sutton. Carol 161 Sutton,.1ess 185,215 Swafford, Rovena 186.214 Swan, Paula 186 Swanson,Steve 186 Swayze, Gary 132 Turner. Stephanie 101.133 Tuso. Larry 187,215 Tyron. Melissa 162 Ulre U ly. Don 187 Underwood. Patti 162 Urness.Andy 187 V Vajnar. Ronald 162 Va1enti.Frcd 162.187 Valcnti,Joe -l3,45.16o.187 Van Van Van Van Van Van Alden.Jil1 162.215 Arsdale. Dennis 79.162 Kirk. Kim 32.75.133 Ness. Russell 51,133 Sickle. Diana 187 Slyke, Carolyn 162,187,212 Simmons, April 184 Simpson. Vicky 184 Sims, Carl 184 Sims, Ray 160 Sissom,Joyce 131' Sissom, Roedele 185 Sisson, Roxie 93.131 Skidmore, Kent 215 Skinner,.Iim 160,185 Sloniker, Charles 215 Swayze, Terry 63.161 Sweariengin, Rocky 186 Sweatman, Mark 186 Sweeney, Rita 186 Swetnam, Rick 132,212,215 Swope, Carey 186 T Talbot, David 186 Talbot, Patricia 186 Talley, Dennis 161 Tauver, Cheri 186 Taylor, Anna 161 Taylor, Connie 132 Taylor, Diana 161 Tay1or,Jane 186 Taylor, Katherine 186 Taylor, Taylor, Marvin 132 Zena 161 Van Tassel, Dona 187 Vaughan. Debra 188 Vaughan, Lydia 188 Vaughan, Sean 188 Velasquez. Dan 48,134 Vielbig, Susan 188 Vick, Barbara 134 Villiness, Pat 162 Virgo, Mary 215 Voeller, Guy 63 W Waddell,John 188 Wade. Sarah 162 Wage, Dennis 188 Waggener, Jennifer 188 Wagner, Karen 188 Waldrop, Doug 188 Walker, Merlene 134,212 Smart, April 160 Smith. Dan 160.212 Smith, Darcia 93,101,131 Smith, David 160 Smith, Debbie 131,206 Smith, Elizabeth 160 Smith, Gloria 131 Smith, Hazel 93,98,131 Smith, Joe 215 Smith, John 53,185 Smith,.Iu1ie 131 Smith, Larry 185 Smith, Linda 131 Smith, Lisa 185' Smith, Louann 160 Smith, Patricia 160 Smith, Roger 160 Smith, Sharon 185 Smith,Terri 185 Smith, Terry 160 Telford, Donna 186 Telford, Leroy 132 Temple, Pat 132 Tennison, Elberta 186 Terranova, Ross 186 Tho1l,James 186 Walker, Richard 134 Thomas, Celisa 132 Smitherman. Twila 160,212 Somers, Cindy 185 Souders, Diana 185 Southard, Denise 185 Southwick,Terry 185 Sowder, Craig 185 Spain, Charles 64,185 Spake, Martin 185,214 Sparks, Don 131 Speer, Mike 22,48.50,131 Speer, Wayne 185 Speiser, Carol 131,215 Speiser, Leonard 185 Speiser, Sheila 160,212 Spoor, Jeannie 160 Spotts, Jerry 68,185 Spotts, John 48,625,131 Spotts, Larry 53,68,160 Squire, Sabra 131 Stamm,Sherri 185 Stancoff,Ann 160 Standish, Ken' 131 Stanley, Lynda 185 Stanley, Randy 131 Starnes, Charlotte 160 Starnes, Gary 185 Stark, Shae 24,74,132 Steadman, Mark 160 Steenstry, John 185 Stege,Jonna 132 Steh1,.1udith 185 Steinhauer, Mike 185 Stephens, Michael 160 Sterling, Sally 24,74,132 Stevens,'Rick 185 Stevinson, Peggy 100,160 Stewart, Michael 161 Stigers, James 185 Stin le Debra 161 Thomas,Cindy 132 Thomas, Chuck 132 Thomas, Joyce 161 Thomas, Nancy 132,214,215 Thomason, Martin 186 Thompson, Debra 186 Thompson, Ellen 93,132 Thompson, Gail 161 Thompson, Gaylen 161 Thompson, Marylin 93,132,212 Thompson, Pam 161 Thompson, Tommy 133 Thompson, William 161 Thomson, Alan 186 Walker, Robert 188 Walker, Susie 77,162 Wall, Doug 134 Wal1ace,.1ulie 134 Walsh, Karole 188 Walsman, Bill 43,188 Walter, Linda 93,134 Walton, Karen 188 Walz, Charles 162 Wamble, Susan 163 Wardrum,Chery1 163,214 Wartick, Daniel 188 Washam, Bruce 163 Wasmer, Mike 188 Watkins, Bill 188,215 Watkins, Lee 134,214,215 Watkins, Linda 188 Weaver, Bill 163 Webb, Shane 188 Weber, Sam 163 Weber Wend 77 134 XY1'titsit1.f liristy 32.75.9119 2126 V1'1iitsitt,Mars1ia 188.21-1 Whittcd.S1iirlcy 135 Whitt1e.Rohin 188 Wiar. 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Pam 189 Willis, Nina 164 Willy, Susie 164 Wilson, Barb 136 Wilson, Delphia 136 Wilson, Mike 189 Wilson, Paula 77,136 Wi1son,Tim 93,136,206 Winbigler, Lynn 164 Winfrey, Robert 189 Winn, Rebecca 164 Winters, Barbara 165,215 Wiswell, Joe 93,94,136,206 Withrow.Chuck 165 Withrow,.1ane 165 Thomson, Ronald 186 Threiheld,.lohn 187 Thurston, Dan 68,161 Tidwell, Debbie 133,213 Tigner, Dan 51,187 Tigner, Mike 53,187 Tillotson, Pam 133 Timberlake, Denise 133,215 Tinkey,.Iane 187 Tinney,Tobie 161,213 Tinsley, Peggy 133 Toburen.'Steve 161 To1bert,James 133 Tolle, Brenda 187 Tompkins, Mariellen 75,93,98,l33 Toolie, Terry 187 Totman, Sandy 133 Tousley, Ricky 187 Townsend, Linda 185 Tracy, Colette 162 Travalent, Tina 133 Trickey,Jim 133 Troiani,Joan 187 True, Mike 53,166,187 Tuck, Kent 187 Tucker, Teresa 162 Turley, Linda 162 Turner, Amy 162 Turner, Becky 187,215 1 Y . Weidman, Mary 134 Weishar,.1eff 163 Weiss, Diana 163 Wells, David 188,213 Wells. Ellen 163 Wel1s,Janet 134 Wells, Marvin 93,124,206,215 Wells, Vickie 188 Welsh, Danny 188 Welsh, Richard 134 Wendt, Becky 188 Wendt, Danny 163 Wendt. David 163 Werner, Frank 188 Wertz, Staci 188 Wess1ey,Jeanie 188 West, Donna 108 , Westfal1,Jim 134 Westman, Rhonda 75,134 Wheeler, Ray 135 Whetstone, Olive 163.188 White. White. David 188 Deborah 188.212 White,Jim 135 White.John 135 White, Larry 163 White. Mike 164 White. Pam 164 Whiteaker, Tom 135 Withrow, Ray 48,136 Witt, Nancy 189 Wolfe, Ronnie 189 Wolfe, Donald 165 Wolfe, Ross 68,71,136 Wood, Debra 136 Wood, Don 64,189 Wood, Donald 189 Wood, John 189 Wood. Patty 189 Wood, Stephen 165 Wooden, Linda 165 Woods. Ray 165 Woods, Twana 165 Woody, Greg 189 Woolmer, Paul 82,136 Wooten,Susan 165 Wooten,Vicki 189 Wrenn. Kris 189 Wright, Jeff 80,82.165.215 Wright, Melody 165 Wrigley. Edna 189 Wynn, Delores 189 Wynn, Lillie 189 Wynn, Peggy 136 Y Yandle, Bobbi 189 Yates, Connie 165 Yates, David 165 Yokum, Steve 165 Young. 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