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

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SEPSTEQ .SESS og, 4, N-f"' K3 f if ,F ,ff J X ,Ig I jfs Y 5' xi Casbaqes 371 AW f kmgs arg , X X Cf' X Q fl - 1 P UR G0 L D x F Agsilliic orth Kansas City High School ll Sports, Vol. XLIV 1 l CIIVIUE -mai 5 Academics Page 10 Classes page 36 5P0ff5 2 3 3 S ia V0 K' 9-4 MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY THE 1971 PURGOLD STAFF lllllllllllllllIllIllIllllNllllllllllllllllllllllllll Co-Editors . . . . .Nancy Hodge g 3 0000 11302910 6 Michael Sanders Photogra hy Editor . . . . . Peggy Stevi'1son s, ,, , . , Q ,A I X P f ' wsugeusmisitm metre instant BUSHWSS Manager - - ---' Barbie LOCPP i.utja53-afpt2t:,:frfie up si Assistant ....... . . . Glenna Sharp Qigi ltwagiiisfseleestza, 64055 Academics . . .jerry Mc Osker Zena Taylor Classes . . . . . . Cathy Haynes jim Hey Terry Kennard Photographers . . . . . Barry Hogge jeanne Hogge Sports . . . . . . Gloria Creswell I-f1ffYKln8 Carol Mc Reynolds Jim Paussa Paul Neill NNY YOURS Rod Whitlock Contributing Photographers . . . . . . Mark Miller Clubs . . ...... Chua Suat Moi Chris Williams Dennis Van Arsdale Photography Advisor . . . . .john Craig Activities . . , .... Suzy Henderson JO Gayle Williams Advisor . . . . . . .jean Anderson yr 2. c, g isa 1 it ,, i 7 lvWlL,4L Clubs pagel60 Activities page 250 3 1 , 1 Qgraxgu :lf In be H418 ar and .LSSI Evw ful to r cannot 5 and the equally teered if and stuc under li of the e audiroril On a lonesome, lazy Sunday afternoon this fall, North Kansas City High School experienced one of its marked trag- ediesg the fire. Before flames had the opportunity to spread beyond the gym and auditorium, passers-by contacted local authorities and assistance arrived within minutes to combat it. Even though the gym was totally destroyed, we are grate- ful to the efforts of the area fire departments. Appreciation cannot stop here, however. The patience of the administration and their concerned deliberation in inspecting damage is equally worthy of praise as are the many students who volun- teered in cleaning up the soot and water damage. The teachers and students must be noted also for their patience in operating under limited strain and limited facilities. And of course, all of the efforts employed in the reconstruction of the gym and auditorium. gli- In spring the Variety Show had to make use of other facili- ties and the plays and musical patiently awaited the reopening of the auditorium. Our adjustments have overcome the obstacles of this tragedy but the tragedy itself will remain in the mem- ories of students for many years to come. A C.. f Dedication Throughout the years we have come to know the dedication as only an acknowledgement of achievement. However, this year, in striving to supertede. but not eliminate tradition, we have approached the dedication aware of the parallels between our efforts in the construction of the yearbook, and the qualities of the man we have chosen. Not only was he the president of student council at his high school, but he was on the Deans list through- out high school and college. Though his academic achievements were numerous, he had a keen interest in sports and excelled in basketball, being on the All- Metro team of his junior and senior years at Southeast High School. During his years of college, he succeeded in receiving his BA degree at Westininster and his MS in physical education at Emporia State Teachers' College, Also at Westminster, he was chosen for the MCAU All-Conference basketball team his sophomore, junior, and senior years, But it seems as though he will never quit learning. Besides still attending college, this teacher has become a part of a rewarding learning experience through teaching. The communication that prevails in his classroom is rarely accomplished in any high school or college situation. In his past eight out of Hfteen teaching years, he has taught world history, American history, Missouri history, health, physical education, family life, and philosophy at Northtown. Outside of teaching, but within the realms of learn- ing, he has dabbled in the ministry, coached at various high schools, is an astute business man, and is presently manager of The johnny Robinsons Sports and Social Club. Not only is he fair to his students, a good neigh- bor, and a church activist, he is interested in listening to others and in understanding them, making him truly aware of what people are all about, In short he is genuine. He can be described no better than in the choice words of his wife, Mary, "He's the greatest person in the world." This year's yearbook staff, with the sincerest feelings of love and admiration, dedicates the 1971 Purgold to William Carroll Cross. Q nu , , t 1 2, 3 lm. 'Q 't , 5' 5 1 5 F ,si E '55 Q i 1 x y 'Cy 2 " . , Q 5 5 .rx vs . rn t . 4 K .5569 V91 ,Q .V , A f Q. ,t l . I Q its , s' U 'X , T' H ' Perha s it's 'ust the newness ofm life 4 15 , Y , . . t X ' or even the tna sition of adolescence M' A . A '41 ' 0 ' ' 41 1' q Y - sq ' . 'helm , ' f A xiii K 'V . F ' 5 . 0'1 'td v -' 'yuh . ,A .Y 1 r if QQ: . A ey y, ,s J, Q flu ' an ." Q I 5 . iw, A, 1 v a it V I I M ' I1 Y -f 0 -9 'i ' 9, - U E, 5 .el individuality is not,a quite so new and open form with each day-to-day experience i I find that standing still just doesn't work it's, not that things are gone-g time's passing A search for things' all true is futile consistency is fantasy , solitary thought reaps such endless dreams Y but the world around us is reality AI findlthat hoping doesn't work it's not that things are goneg time's passing Tolerance is quite necessary to unyielders the essence oflife is in the- forgiving y remember that all we're dishirig out we'll eat again in despair of lonely thoughts A I find that fighting doesn't work I it's not that things are goneg time's passing Existence is nill without experience I to be and to do is so easy yet so hard love is not the only answer - recogniie the source from hence it comes Ig find deciding's not the way' y , it's not that things are wrongg reality's personified. y V I Michael Sanders - Q 'x tra' 5 Y 5 X tk f J if I 8 XE? 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Hovland Roy E Baker Gene H . - Assistant Superintendent Board'Mem ams Wayne Herring Richard Mattox ber Board Member Board M emb-'ff Board Member Al tion haf volved. about t care of smoothly m Robe: Vice l Linda Com Q 1 1 T jua Sch bers hool ri of .l of V Q Q ,If 3 if ., r Z' f ,ja ' 4 , af Vfhfya: , ff? y, ldent wg f - ident it Q 1421, ,Y I "iw . UX if ,,i Plot KC Students' Future Although they may be taken for granted by the students, the administra- ' tion has constantly strived to move forward for the benefit of everyone in- volved. Also necessary people, counselors helped students make decisions about their high school and post-high school careers, as secretaries took care of the mounds of paperwork necessary to keep the school running smoothly. Robert Blaine Vice Principal Lindajane Roney Counseling Secretary bf-N Qi-ar I Iiianita Ness 'si hool Nurse Walter Borgman Francis Galbraith Dr. Robert Howe Vice Principal Vice Principal Principal Robert Briggs joe Brown Loman Cansler Clark Ferguson Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor 'Ky .Z ! , , - is C ' 4' Q X, gy, 9 , X , wb ' 1 1' ?'2g:'lf'f+:i"'4 ?5'fJ' es ' 39 L Billie Marie Chaney Mary Lou Leimkuhler 1206! Weber Vlfilnlli WMNCI Secretary-Printipal's Office Secretary to Principal Secretary Attendants Offife Resource Aids Serve Students Among the many faculty members, the librarians and their ers in the audio-visual department were most able to co-work each member of the student body. A student was influence assistance when in search of material for a never without ort, The AV room was available for those term paper or rep who wished to listen to records. These departments also helped teachers who wanted to review information or check out films and filmstrips to show to their classes. !n , 5 ., ff? Hggifia ,a,,Mi, 1 David Short catches 40 winks while making use of audio-visual equipment, ,V .,,, . X fl r X iz., awww :fy 4 ,. ' 0, XUN 1 , 5 fe' i est 1 Marie Chandler Gus Leimkuhler ' ' Library Reference Clerk Lb ' lvlariorie Ifleer . Mary Pulley Suanne Taylor 1 faflafl Library Circulation Clerk Audi-Visual Clerk Audiqyvisual Librarian Are you sure she said i t was in the card catalogue' 9 im the ter, set up velopin various pects c more Photog camera 1 " ta arriiri f YVWXT ' , it 4.5.4. sb fi ti Ztwir Iuipment. rian I in Photograph -Memories Cn Print Camera nuts in Mr. Craigs photography class learned the techniques of shooting and printing pictures The class was set up on a four-day cycle with a day each for shooting, de- veloping, printing, and class time. Picture assignments on various subjects and reading assignments over different as- pects of photography were due each cycle. As students became more skilled, picture assignments became more difficult. Photography students may well remember carrying around a camera all year long. A i,,.s wg., fart? X Uk' fiat W' 1' aww lr-4 . . f 'rr i ff 7 Y -Z' Tom Dobson "pictures" life from many angles. 'Nr Here the prints finish washing off all the chemicals before drying can begin 9 4 i Cindy Somers shows Mary Beth Peacock her masterpiece. 13 rama And Debate Uphold KC Pride The student body looks on as debater Mike Humphries presents his construc- tive in a debate on pollution. The purpose of Drama and Debate was to teach the use of the body and the voice in the complex art of communication. Students in Drama I attempted to gain theater technique in duet acting, poetry reading, readers theater, dramatic and humorous interpretation as novice debaters endeavored to increase forsensic skills in extempt, oratory, and debate. Those who excelled participated in interschool competition. In November, Northtown sponsored its own tournament. Both departments also presented assemblies to the student body. 3 p X was .s ,e . ,K X ,ky , , 5, f 75 X f f s f ff j , f f f f ff K f X J if W f ,aff ' f 4, " V M A ' jf' . . -- f , 5, n ,fr I W fe , ,V 1 'L' ,' ,X ,Q f f 1, ,J ' 6 f 'f ff 5 0 f f f f 'Z Mildred FultOIl 7 We ,i 6 gg: , Z 1 I f , F 4? Z it i ' X fbi tl ,f i K tjlyx I M s cs Q Doug Noland demonstrates some of the finer points of oratory class. 'wif X, 2 Mabel Hale a fi 4 I0 Rx. fa . Ssfifffff Q.. Cs.. Q , U' D I-Q fb The Rear "Oh no! N5 I 5, 9 Ci fi x debate The Readers Theater presents another look at life as they see it. 'Uh no! You can't mean ..... I can? be -Q, 1-i llg Ylg 5 is- Paul Lentz tries to escape from the scolding voice of Linda Sampson in a practice skit. 1 john Hartmann enthusiastically performs his monologue. V , afxrfftf ff! if ,:., if ' 'U a 5 ti f f ' V 'hy-'s-, ..., , 34 4 m,WAs4Z4ssmW,,w..afW1 , vv.: 4 Q . , f Vw 51' M , 5:2 'cl ' , , 3 1 3 f Qyyl ' i 9 f ,M K, Veli ZW Bi veloped ing the to the indepen sued sp in the g "Ok you guys, that's enough with the girlie magazine" Van GO seems to be Janie Calliham's reaction as her classmates draw for monologue assignments. Cha Students Live French, Spanish, And German With four levels of French and German, and five levels of Spanish, foreign language students explored the cultures and languages of people distant and unfamiliar to many at NKC. The courses involved more than just learning to speak the three languages. Rather, it was also a matter of learning to think and live French, German, or Spanish. With the basics out of the way, accelerated classes learned to experience, in the native literature, the moods and attitudes of a foreign nation's people. jo Alyce Kaplan LVaJmeiz5ta',d ly D lg 'ly Kathleen Hendricks john Yount 1 u ujprec It emu mr U ,ff 12" .rw swf' rv4"' .Q-"' sd' np"" I pf' auf' sp" I and md tl? sul uni mu- li mn num Ii i I Music Dept. Swings Into Action if J i af . E ' MQW , -, V, My I E s Donna Lou Pyper This year was one of action for the vocal music depart- ment. During the fall, the department participated in a candy sale to bring in needed funds. A music clinic at Park College and a pop concert were also among A Cappella events. In keeping with tradition, Christmas was busy for the choir as they sang at Cliff Manor Rest Home, the Compton Home, Nor- clay Elementary School, and the Municipal Auditorium. Carol- ing on the Plaza was one of the more enjoyable events. Al- though the department sang in the Suburban League concert, the true highlight of the year came when Mr. Jester Hairston brought his inexhaustable charisma to Northtown. A Cappella Soprano Debra Austin Cheryl Burnidge Kathy Corbley Pam Crawley Beth Davis Chris Dunn Tammy Edwards Penny Garamillo Linda Harris Debbie Hoddick Terry Jewett Diane Kiff Suzanne Levengood Donna Marriot Kim McClanahan Carol McReynolds Kathleen Medina Sally Manzo Mitzie Pokaluk Pat Prunty Debra Ratledge Pam Rougemont Tenor Ralph Clark John Cloughley Steve Peterson Ronn Ramey Gaylen Thompson David Wells Alto Karen Boehlein Elaine Clark Vicky Elmore Sherri Gilmore Pat Hovland Brenda Hubbard Arlene Knopp Lynette Leewright Katie McGukin Paula Reed Mary Reeves Twila Smitherman Pamela Vaughn Carolyn Van Slyke Lynn Werner Janelyn Beck Bass Stephen Donaldson Fred Haydon Paul Helton Kevin Jamison Paul Lentz Steve Morgan Pat Pennington Mike Frisk . ,, ...se Jester H 0 2.5 V14 E I s , .- . . .- MM3: A Cappella choir says "cheese" in from of the camera. jester Hairsmn, Music Ambassador for the State Department, leads the combined 600-voice choir of Northtown, Oak Park, and Winnetonka 5 r . G - ,,,,, , 9 i ' V 5 2 f Z R I 5 V , l 1 s 5 l ,,, , Q 5 I 3 .."'v-fl """ y E np' PM 4,4 in Which way do I go now? was a familiar question among marching performers. Majorettes Vernetta Greely, Cheri Burkhart, Debbie Linder, Susie Hawkins, Mary Majers, Teresa Piotrowski, and Tracy Burress held audiences spellbound during the season with their twirling barons. fVicki Tracht not picturedj Ba 45 'V 'lx I arching Musicians Excel 'f A Patrick White Band members were all smiles when they got the chance to sit down. Being a member of NKC's Marching Band meant taking part in pep as- semblies, parades, pre-game performances, and half-time showsi The entire band totaled 170 members. The addition of four herald trumpets to its ranks during the 1970 football season aided the quality of band presentations. The Hornet' field was the site of a rock show and a patriotic half-time show this year. Besides performances at Northtown, the band received honors for performances elsewhere. They won every trophy in their class in the "Salute To The American Royal Parade" at Antioch Center. Participation in the Veteran of Foreign Wars Loyalty Day Parade helped win the band the George Washington Honor Certificate from the Freedoms Foundation. The Band was also asked to play at the Missouri Valley College Homecoming game, and the Mineral Water Bowl game. Symphonic Band And rchestfii Help Promote Music Appreciation Upon the close of the marching season, the concert season began for Northtown's band. Various segments of the band performed. Pep Band performed at the NAIA basketball tournament. Stage Band added its part to the AFS Variety Show. Both mid-winter and spring concerts were given along with a concert at Prairie View High School and the William jewell Band Festival. Orchestra was another area in the broad field of music. Orchestra members participated in concerts with both the chorus and the band during the fall. Much of the year was spent preparing for the musical. Students from both orchestra and band participated in district and state contests. "Oh no! My tongue is stuck in my reed!" ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL-FLUTE: Michele Snow, judy Sholts. OBOE: Elizabeth Peacock. CLARINET: Alice Colemen, Roxanne Sells, Pam Salisbury. BASSOON: Brian Owen. TRUMPET: Bill Watkins, jon Melvin. FRENCH HORN: Roberta Bartels, David Ludwig. TROMBONE: Tom Reiman, Claudia Hopson, jill Van Alden Kent Skidmore TUBA' jack Pearson PERCUSSION' jeff Wright joel Campbell Richard Hill FIRST VIOLIN' janet jameson Katie Mcfiuckin Lin Midkiff Patricia Ann Zwzebel Ginny Battiest anet Dixon Rovena Swafford Mary McCandless SECOND VIOLIN Cathy Voeller Diane Coff man Roberta Bacon Lorie Bickley ean Mynatt Douglas Robey VIOLA Cindy Lightfoot Karen Duggan Ben Holt CELLO im Hudson jennifer McCall Mary Devling Sandi Hampton BASS Ron McElwain Martin Spake Mark Shour Chris McClanahan WQIQXW ' ff, X ,WH SYMPHO Mike Fari Ryan, Ste' Reece, Ci: CONTRA Albert Er' Kopetz, E Patterson, Russell Tl Enterline, PERCUSS Rick Fergl 4 . abury. wpson, Katie Coff- cCall, 1 lu. ,J if f I ,W - f. gi ,,.. SYMPHONIC BAND PERSONNEL-FLUTE: Michele Snow, judy Sholts, Linda Lockard, Kathy Payne, Cindy Willard, Patty Hampton, Lisa Williams. OBOE: Mike Farrar, Elizabeth Peacock, Anita Thomas, jackie Sailor. Eb CLARINET: Mary Virgo. Bb CLARINET: Alice Colemen, Kim Heft, Pam Burton, Marilyn Ryan, Steve Reiman, Chris Marks, Kyle Pulse, Roxanne Sells, Kathy Smith, Cindy Scott, Wendy Berglund, Anita Horseman, Kay Barney, Tracy Buress, Miles Reece, Cindy Bellew, Dennis Routh, Dennis Lemasters. Eb ALTO CLARINET: jackie Hill, Debbie Long. BASS CLARINET: Rick Coomes, Pam Salisbury. CONTRABASS CLARINET: jim Van Arsdale. ALTO SAXOPHONE: Dale Stewart, Greg Nees, Gary Koon, Terry Murphy, jim Flanary. TENOR SAXOPHONE: Albert Erdman, Hank Schraeder. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: jim Leimkuhler. BASSOON: Brian Owen, Randy Shephard. TRUMPET: Mike Winkle, Steve Kopetz, Bob Berglund, Steve Langley, Bill Watkins, Chris Dunn, Robert Rich, Bob Koon, David Smith, Keith Baskin, Bobbi Winters, Mike jarnevic, Ken Patterson, Larry Smith, Bob Murphy, Darrell Stenrod, Rhonda Burgett, Doyle Donovan. FRENCH HORN: David Ludwig, Roberta Bartels, Darrell Davis, Russell Thompson, Susan McCoy. TROMBONE: Keith Gardner, Kent Skidmore, Bob Wilson, Claudia Hopson, jill Van Alden, Linda jones, Keith Irvine, jim Enterline, Tom Reiman. BARITONE: jon Melvin, jess Sutton, Steve Bradford, Even Bright, David Budzinski. TUBA: jack Pearson, Don Frank, Ronnie Leo. PERCUSSION: Alan Wiley, Larry Tuso, Steve Golnik, jan Gruenkemeyer, jeff Wright, joel Campbell, Guy Thomas, Richard Hill, john Friend, jeff Duce, Rick Ferguson. lk! f f' 1 v,,gi,, g Q Mr. White plays the role of concert director. ' was ,,..,..,,, "I can't get this cookie batter off my hands." An informal atmosphere allows Sharon O'Brien to study. 'J QS 4-Af' 2 -'1 , Zffr ' " y ff' A' i i ffy 's iz 'f 1' . ii 4 iff' . if Z fabrics and accessories. Q My 1 Rosalee Dickensheets Carol liov-'ltr D . Ins Practical Arts The home economics department encouraged students to Str use individual talents in cooking. sewing. interior decorating, Skills vz and wardrobe planning. Current fashion trends were analyzed. Clans, c A. Y. McDonald Manufacturing Co, hosted interior deco- bage fo rating classes as new items for the home were exhibited. Color interests co-ordinated kitchen appliances, 24-karat antique gold bathroom practical water faucets, and round 5'g-by-7 foot bathtubs were among Called f the many new trends shown in home accessories. product: Home Economics Il classes revealed stunning new designs and mo during their fashion show, featuring items made by the students themselves. Each pattern was personalized bv the choice of 'li Individu "One more word out ofyou and pow. lm z , i t , ,, f 9 mm . 'V X bf, , if i 2 nts to ating. lvzed. deco- Color iroom unong lesigns udents ice of - 5 M J: 1 511' is fx 'W X S "Hs-'st 'inn-PY' Donald Robbins Glen MCDOIC Lawrence Leming David Cochran Inspire Originalit Students enrolled in the industrial arts courses learned skills valuable to them as future artisans, draftsmen, electri- cians, or carpenters. Some worked towards building a Hrm base for future vocations. Others explored areas of special interests while developing general skills and knowledge in practical arts. Modern power tools and precision instruments called for a steady hand and total alertness. The results were products for the home, pure artistic and constructive items, and more knowledgeable students of practical arts. Individual attention proves helpful. kgg,ss:+,,, M Q KW, t Z5 ,, ,J sfffzv- ' -' ,,::, fs. t s E f ""'-V L... "You say your thumb is caught in there y' This year's business department introduced students to the many chal- l ll 1 . . . i lenges awaiting them through such courses as data processing, typing, secre- 55 tarial practice, bookkeeping, and others. Several field trips to area businesses li .l Karen Williams Woodson Moore l also provided students a first-hand look at businesses today. il . . - , The departments newest addition, data processing, attacked formidable E problems in the 1970-71 school year. A keypunch machine, previously furnished ff by National Bellas Hess, was not available this year. However, projects such ll as student I.D. card filing and distribution proved to be an excellent substitute lil and a rewarding experience. Second semester classes used a rented IBM key- ll punch machine which exposed them to current trends in data processing. ii I, ,. l it il l Modem equipment completes the learning process,jeanie Spoor finds out. Business Courses ag. 'bt S ,ww Q ... Q. . E 26 Paula Barney discovers that careful thoughts augments accuracy. 4 f S 1 f X ' 'N ,, X -::2:- k .-M., QM Grace De-vers Judith Welch Dorothy Shauo M -, , ' , l iz - r Rr L syi My "Ki " -lf :E V? I Karen Rosecrans Doris Lamkins Doone Loughery Even the receptionist Look Toward Current Trends hasn't all the answers, but jean Mynatt Plexlbrliry and quickness certainly arent hindrances rn secretarial practieef 27 . , W1 , ., Charles DeAngelo joe Grace jerry Sutton NKC's continuing interest in expanding the scope of its educational responsi- bilities was reflected in the C.O.E. program this year. The cooperative occupa- tional education department offered students the chance to experience on-the-job training. At the same time, students prepared for a career in addition to earning a possible two units of high school credit. The new school year found Mr. DeAngelo as the new head of the distributive education branch of C.O.E. which focused upon retailing. The office occupation branch, headed by Mr. Grace, involved training in bookkeeping and other related A areas. Mr. Sutton directed the trade and industrial occupations branch, covering health careers, mechanics, and public services. C.O.E. Prepares Students For Promising Futures ff! f if Mr. Ewing Kauffman, national businessman and owner of the Kansas City Royals, speaks to the C.O.E. students and their sponsors about the business world of yesterday and of today. W A cf? T N KCH student St teachin equipm ,Q mf 'X Al Sharon Allanson and Vickie Dove learn vital skills through C.O.E. Kas shown in this photograph contributed to N KCHS by the Dispatch Newspapenj 1 f Dr. Robert Howe, along with the many other guests attending, listens attentively to Ewing Kauffman at the annual C.O.E. banquet. fs 5 'Nut lips 7 swf a 28 NS , t - , 4,5 fwwssixli A v,'t 4 Q se 9 as s wa A as as f H: Sew, owner of the ents and their and of today. ens attentively lt Warren Platt ,nf ., c if ""1 ' Ui R H tx Learning to drive well requires all of Mary Reeves' attention. The 1970-71 school year proved tragic for the driver education department as fire swept through NKCHS in October, destroying the new driving simulators. However, driver education teachers and students continued the classes without the vital simulators. Soon loaned equipment housed in a portable classroom relieved some ofthe burden and made teaching and learning easier. Upon completion of the classroom repairs and delivery of the new equipment, the department quickly returned to normal procedures. Driver Education Adjusts To Losses Even the art of entering and leaving a car has its hazards. f F if R Leland O'Dell 'Q WT"-r 'fre'-3. , . jf Charles Booth Vjerrv Diehl 9 i2'a'Nl' ', W 1, ..: , f "ii ,,.. , , ,f ff 1 Q i , fig - 1: jean Anderson Sandra jacoby rf ,Y if 3 ,lvyu ,,,, A at ft 'W fr 2-ZQQ, te t , I l I f . ,, i "-' ' A 'f ' W A ..'f,!,Y, me ,I . Y , , ah ,Wi it V ...wi , A. "1 : 1 Juanita Cain iz, 'R '.1,',',.'.' I ,.,-, I fu fl 11 , Z 5 , ff 1 ' , 0 HU it A f ' X 1 A H117 1 , f X jf ., 7 A C V - , 2.-f, 1 , Q s I mf , E X in ,, ' ,ef Linda Daniels Bonnie Foulke Samuel Dalzell ff ,, 4 fr, ' ' I 4 'W 4-f L., A fgfiiafft ' ff, ji fi eas t, , ffw , .,.,. , 5,1 it ' ff M? Loveta johnson Elaine Neal Ruie Pritchard Charlotte McClintock JOYCE' McDaniCls Candace Scott Dana Strecker Kay Widebrook "Fair is foul and foul is fair" from Shakespeares Macbeth are familiar words to any senior who took Senior Literature. of semester courses will be offered because of changes in the curriculum by English department faculty. juniors studied The Scarlet Letter while sophomores waded through A Tale of Two Cities. Themes, book reviews, research papers, and Henry Hornet words were commonplace to English students of all grade levels. This year, as before, English II was a study of world liter- ature, English III a study of American literature, and Senior Literature a study of English literature. Next year a variety As English courses taught students the basics of literature. grammar, and composition, a new course at NKC taught better reading skills. Developmental Reading helped increase reading rate, vocabulary, and comprehension. Machines trained eye movements and fixations until ultimately students could read thought by thought. f 1 e 4 7 ,.,.t,ft M 511 if X X 5 at . 'I L? . ,..,.. ,. 'ir Abov belovi .,",i Jok in the erature. r bener reading ed eye d read anguage Arts Look To Future as Z, ,W Above, Mrs. Jacoby anxiously awaits the end ofthe hour as Mrs. Ashcraft, below, helps students in the Reading Lab. ""MqM.u,t,,,wNwmN MN Mgr Students lived in the library for weeks at a time, gathering information for English term papers. l 1 1 of if 7 f 'Q f VWKQQ WWI X rw' 1' 'WX f ff X V My 'vs aa! fn ? Aj vffV f?! f 1 if X7 .513 A., aaa' Z , W Sharon Posson .James Klrkham Carolyn Hunter Norman Little William CIOSS History Students Viewed Motion Picture "Tora, Tora, Tora." History students found much variety in studying American and World history as special projects and films aided teachers and students alike. Students turned to outside works to grasp a better understanding ofthe how's and why's of past events. The film, "TORA, TORA, TORAH is one such example of seeking newer outside works. This year in particular, much emphasis was placed upon current events and thus served to put events into proper perspective and also to keep students informed on the rapid turning of events. Mr, Durham listens seriously to students' comments in class discussions. if 'iff 'fm-Z' is Dorothy Barnett M ax Payne r., I X? Xi 'Hi' W. +4 z 1. ir ii W Q ,. Q 7 ,. X if i .. i f r 1 , , 4, i Q5 L.-A f , , Marilyn Fairchild Danjenisch 1 i, ms. , N r Mlm e X 1 ,X fr lfilffi 5 if i Bill Durham Carol Nanneman he "Huw Woodrow Campbell imc-tt frm ' ,pg A. T' 1 I "f?f3 l.'- Q 'f ji, ,g , if 7, 7. , -fm-in nc Iivliv l'ir 'x A f ? 5 fa 1 S ,3 1- su' 9 ff Q 41 1 Q ff ' H"wi'li F' 1' C9 5 ,f'y' I Q N' N' Email fy 8- 1 "ik 1 4 "luv fi.. ,7.' 1 Ns 934' , . r L Nlr, Pavnc goes one srep farther no imurc that stu dems uridcrsrand wld world hismrn 'f H1 phnlfwsf the -uf' sc hoo! PSYC Q offerinl probler amndin Marsha studcn the mc realize tions 1 disordo c Ste ..-ni Students actively learning and exchanging ideas found an extremely profitable year in the social science depart- ment. The courses offered in this program demanded analytical and abstract thinking from each student. Philosophy and anthropology were newer additions to the curriculum and attracted many students. The philosophy class was not only new to NKC, but it was also the only class of its kind to be found in Missouri public schools. Also new to NKC was Mr. Gary Winemiller, psychology teacher replacing Mr. Couch. Child development, sociology, and psychology course offerings were tailored to todays issues and todays problems. These classes strived to increase under- standing of ones self and others as well. Field trips to Marshall and Higginsville. Missouri, gave psychology students a first hand look at what was being done to help the mentally retarded. Following the visit many students realized why mental retardation is a result of malfunc- tions and diseases and saw the complexities of such disorders. X Sodal Science deals with people, ideas, and life Social Science Department Examines Cultures Gf Yesterda , Toda , And Tomorrow, As A Step Towards Stronger Understanding. K 'C' ,Ag-. ,IW :1 I N 5 J ? atural Sciences Bewilder Minds Biology I and II, Chemistry I and II, physics, and physical science were all approaches to a world of knowledge open to NKC students. Each of these subjects provided its own high- lights. The microscope proved to be a useful object in biology, the study of plant and animal life. This year for the first time a semester course in Biology II was offered. Physics fiends learned Newton's law as chemistry students groaned despair- ingly over oxidation numbers. Physical Science attempted to teach some basics of energy and matter to those in the course. Each subject was different in its orientation, yet each probed into the systematized knowledge of nature. may jim fa, Kathy Nel5Waflgfl"S Chem II lab table was an ideal place to search for the unknown element, Wie! , 7 ,f 'ff V, 1 ff Mr, Craven's classes found out that science included lectures as well as lab work, 1? ,ia f 'X f , A ,,,f X va- f, N . 5 sgygylg hp' ' i ssiwfs ppp A .i M ,,,f 4 4 kgs V7 W N 1 0 W ,f X Q 1 ff f ff X M f X , 0 Z f S Q f Q W i X M xx X Z? My f , 1 f 5 X X . . I f if ,W kt ia 1 X, y X 4 f it Q 1 F X X 2, Robert Bollinger Robert Arrington john Craig ,,,i Robert Craven Kenneth Martin Earl Munger a f I Z The di the prog 1 V 3? , 'S as well A i ,pf V X . 1 The dissection of animals was one part of Biology that students with sensitive noses and stomachs sometimes didn't enjoy. Here, Mark Ash demonstrates the proper way to cut up a dogfish shark, from outside .......... .,.........toinside. WW Eng? f Q Parallel bars are used by boys physical education classes to improve strength and balance. .tr I s W - ,fif ii, y , 5 Cliff Doran demonstrates the proper way to "ride a horse." A, Volleyball games were hard-fought Whw both If .4 r 0 I gn 1-f'--3, 'YN jerry Boyte Vloe Lrouthers Duane Hall Leroy Kariker Up. up, and away on the trampoline! ymnastics On The Upswing In P.E. i"W'uu' 9,194 'ere hard-fought NMI nfl ttf simift M Physical Education encouraged students to stay physically fit by being active. Activities of a year in P.E. were many and varied. Gym- nastics played an increasing role in the program with workouts on the trampoline, parallel bars. and the horse. During different seasons stu- dents attempted to make a touchdown in football, "turkey" at the bowl- ing alley, or a home run in baseball. Volleyball, basketball, and square dancing provided indoor recreation. Nancy Graham not pictured N1uryNlittliell Elaine Stunt ' Five Day Mini-Course Experiment Pion fV.,..,,,. , ,I 1 'b 1 'N 'l - H" fr Wi, I V77 'ffl 4 any ff ,,,., , NX lv C' V , vi 1 T 3. le. l l I E Z ' Q Q. lv. l-lornets learn the forgotten art of tole painting. Gloria Dewey calmly asks, "Was that my finger or the material?" The first prerequisite of judo is a prayer to land properly. Boys invade girls' territory to become gourmet cooks. L Karate experts teach anxious students the art of self-defense. Explaining the complicated art of photography to her avid listeners is Peggy Stevinson, One of the many mini-courses was the well-heard "jam session". 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Petrie Beam 'A.- 1 Anne Slnncofjf Tfem-ef - rnie Day, P,-mzm jerry Sp0I!-Y, Sw Afflfffff Swan Summers, Swim jim Lopez, vw.Pm f,f,f,f2, X m' ,y up y 1 f, f E . iq 32 , ww N find , ve 1 , 7-,rw 4 il' 13 i1':111'i??1i..'g'-1 2 ' N553 be fi 5 . a:gj,:53.jy 'if c 1:15441 , V .,',f,W15 'P , . ,, , 11 ., ., ., .. V, . , .v,....-.-..-,....,'.-.1-...4...,.,, ...-?.--..............1.....:,.,:. ..,,.--Af----wmv...-:J--.W-A-1a-A,-4--- N: HN- 1- Y-' -'-"M - ' ' ' ' ,, ' Terry Adkison Colleen Ahern 7771 A' Bob Alcox Sharon Allanson Renee Anderson Sara Anderson Tum Armmtrout Kevxn Arnold Party Arnold Kenn Ashcraft Sam Badalucco jerry Baldwin Pill Hales Denise Hari hus Steve Buren llnnne llnresel 117' jim Bash Bill Barnhart Bill Bartlow Robert Baskett Gayle Bateman Carol Baughman janelyn Beck Dennis Bedsaul Man, with his great technology. rules the earth and soon, it seems, will rule the moon and maybe the planets. Great cities and factories have been built. Two-hundred-million people exist in just the United States. But in this technological rush, man seems to have forgotten two important things: nature and man himself. It is the forgotten man, the individual, we represent here and with him, his fel- low victim. nature. The year, 1971, was characterized by a return to na- tureg and with this return, man is realizing he is an individual. Patrick Beeman Debbie Beerup Lyn Beezley jim Beisel Ron Bowser Louise Bradshaw Marsha Boyer Dennis Bradheld Alice Bradshaw Richard Bramble jackie Bray Dennis Brenton The perfect romantic combinationf night water and the moon. 1 I i 5 r X 9 ' 5 veit i t I i i i i -f f vu- ,, - ' 3 5 Q' ez' fb A .1 ' V g"7f5z "' x QQ, W - AG' t I. , -e iz' ' vi-lvl' my V ' W , . 6 K... 2 3 . 1- 5,4 I . . , ffffgggx ' ' . 'S , qlocl C,ampl3ell jun Cara v. al, Bob Carr Dnana Carr Kathy Carter Larry Casey Karen Chancellor Jerri Chapman Terry Chastain Fred Chatlos Kathy Cheek Randy Childers M01 Suat Chua Mary Clark Andy Claxton David Cllnltenbeard ' ' .il g 5 if .A , V 4 vrn. Q , ,Q 1 -A Mjsw., . F MN A 'ww , .f"' . , , .' X .. ,mpg , A V 3m..:A fy an 5 5, 1 1' Q! . 1' A , ' , my Y .. .Q . Q . ,. 1 Q 4 ,MV QV, 4, ,AW Y A in ' , A x ki' 44" ' .' -. 5 A 5 . .V .'f,..a,, w ,fs Q , A, , K 53, ,, at ,, i A S if ' 'L' A M ff Q I - , f . . f a- - fs' X' Y' ' ' . wks-1 ,fy A ,ya f AMW., 3 lg 'L , , .' Iv? 44 'vu 5 . , ,.f ,.,, Q ,ff ' gf ff - ' A 25 A - A Iwyuwtwff' A Q . 45 4, . it , f -. ,Z V:,111.K 5 A . Y fn ' 11401, 1- f 2' .infix I 1., ' ' x 3, 'W 's ' . . " . r , - v-1 -,u?l2'5 M Q , , - ' Q' , A f .L,Q,f3f,,g.-P? , , ,Zn f 4 .ax H ,,,,., V H f M V Aa, 'iz f i , Ex ef' if 5' . Y 3 . I , x .iz , I N81 . .. ' l gf '1 ,V ' 4 V f ' 4 Ii, . 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Fred Dale Debbie Danforth Nancy Daniels Charles Davis filling 'S' I 'A 5 ' A 4 "2i?' 1. fr 1 1 f rf , 5' D e , in f.f,'.,Uf: ga' V ,J 8 2523 R -n.px1 '4 ,, V' 2 .WT .": 1, W I f 'Go' , j Y ,, Af ji. 2 ,fieij ,IL-.,',3A "Ml Y hal , 1, yi , s- F up Q ,iv .if , X, wi, ' 1 2 'l .f,L,i , , ' 1 fy ' ' I . After four tough quarters even a cat can look forward to senior week. Gerald Dewey Rhonda DeWitte Greg Dobie Tom Dobson jerry Dodson Herman Dolt Doyle Donovan Vxtki Dov ,. lerry Dm Mona Drz Dennis Di Christine Dave Du Kerryl D jim Easoi . L I E m, , In S 97 F 3 3.91 , Viplu Dove Tcrrv Downcv Muna Drake Dcnn1sUunklC f.l'll'lSCIIlC Dunn Dave Durrmgton Kerryl Dyer jxm Eason 735 1 VSA: Wf, '-C.."7P X X , X1 fb Q, v-.fl L1 .4 ,i ql . Bill East Karen Ebcrts Gayle Eddington Gail Edwards ,lem liqlwurals Snmlx Fdvmrcls l'.1rmr1',' linlwurnlx blanc lzksrmrn I 3 ' Nz , , . I Vickie Elmore i 9 jim Enterline 5:51125 l-'E' i vig! ' f a 45 my liwfij . ' Steve Epperson RQ Albert Erclman V Mike Estep ' Roger Ethridge jo Ann Evans Tom Ewing 1,5 This gathering resembles senior hall, or student council at least. vi Ugg il-2 51 . David Ellington Jim rams A ll 7' ..gM?'ff.1Q7A ,1 , -.Q , . .XV lington lmore rline person rdman rep :hridge A turtle can withdraw into its shell, but sometimes the world looks sunny enough to dare. jim Eyton Scott Failing Pat Fausset Mark Fidler Kathy Firestone Debbie Fischer Clifton Fitzpatrick Wocidy Flanary Randy Floyd Steve Foertsi li 4'-fy f 6 1 hm, Q -A., , 2? wi' 1- pw W. M 'Wm x, x 4 L Hi, u .,-43 nigga , Y .x x in wif U N I-J P 4 A , M . wh M' 'Maxx -N,-w'?'v'w -- -' Wm . - R814 x Q W, .1 n f I X ,P I W, 4 ,. , wr 1 'ff W , ,, W m ,VM 4' ,mg 'ai rf f Sw Forsen orrune :rance ike ller Fulton Baarde ialloway rdner rrison Gates Hibbens ibson iles fiilliam h Ginn lldsmith olnilc fotlin irlsrm 'qzjy-f-if Q Y , A I . I i' , Close observation is necessary or thi small or symbolic things in life may be missed. G reg Guilfoil Gerald Hadley Jlohn Hadley Steve Haggard I bhar ir. Cioirnari Barbara Cmtschall Terry Graham Teresa Green l i Linda Greenstreet Lynda Grider Cynthia Griffey Bob Grimm Teddy,Gross john Groves jan Gruenkemeyer Mark Guenther l 1 l l .N ,,. 13 .,,, . - -f-L24 " ' 'rmrzgv fx v ' , W.-1.1K , X ' X "J"--we .Af ' Q H ,p f ,J , J, ,rw X - wg K 19253 1' -' W 51' ,I 3 4 1' V V W E my "Aft A f"'J2:1?Ez., mill' n,. 'IX G' w x JJWW ' IFF, ,lm w. wif' 1. W W, . 1 ' x 1 HW' ' .2 , MW u ,-mg, " '4 J- AM .W . gix iksg RW -W ' 'W A ,.,f?2f37-7' , rx ,M ,Fw R eg, w 5: "- I N av H. ,51 in .1 5 '- ' . if a Q. f mmm X M Q- NH' fw- Nz AMW 'lim fx X ,gi .Q - 'iw 1 igwqv r .f have 3 Subtle bfiauty hidden beneath an ugly exterior. I din Suzanne Henderson S Donna Hendren .rsh Lenna Hendricks f Diane Hensley 'R Cindy Haynes David Heiman Fred Henderson Cindy Harvey Brenda Hawn Fred Haydon Cricket Haynes A Golden Sun Rises ln A Purple Sky Wh Karen Hensley jim Hey jacquiline Hill Steve Hillis Sherri Hirchborn Debbie l-loddick Nancy Hodge Helen Hodges Nancy Hodges Barry Hogge Judy Holliway Frank Hoover Oran Hopkins joe Hopperr Karen Horrocks Richard Howard Therexu Howard Glen Hughes. Nancy Hugh Terry Hughe Valerie Hugl Mike Hump Roger Huml Randy Hyltrx Sharon I-lylti Vickie lngr Rick Irvine Cheryljacl Ronjackso -lamesjam ulnnetjamf lievinhlan Robert-lax Sk 'Y ine Hill iillis Hitchborn ie Hoddick y Hodge 1 Hodges y Hodges Hogge lolliway Hoover Hopkins lopperr n Horror ks ard Howard While Ar I he Southern Border, A River Is Read To Die Glen Hughes Nancy Hughes Terry Hughes Valerie Hughes Mike Humphries Roger Humphrey Randy Hylton Sharon Hylton Vickie Ingram Rick Irvine Cheryljackson Ronjackson JBIIKCSJAIXIKIX esa Howard 41nClJi"m'W Kcvxlibjuiirms RUbf:llVlLJVY1i ,, . , , W., , .,...k..,, -Q--,if ri-41'--'-'-' "' 'r" ' ' ' -- -" -I -V " ' ' V ' , ,W , ,. - , i 4 ! n 5 Q I S Q 1 i f - - - - -, - . , . f - - - - - .- ....,, -mf . .- ,...,..., .....M...,..--...,-..h.-. ,:......x-W.-.,. w....f.......-k-1,,,X,.L..... M., ,, ,.. .- . ' ff 1 1 , g.Hf-.JA ...-',' ' -, " H 1, 1, 'I L I I 7 , .i N K J 'm , 1 l X l 4 c M! ri x Beauty is a state of mind, Bill Lassiter A But there exists throughout the world Glen Law An abundance of beauty if you just look. A Trees, birds, the faces ofthe peopleg Margammwmg Even, ifyou think about it, a hippopotamus! A i ' l A Calvin Lawrence janet Lee Vicki Lee Paul Lejmkuhlef pamela Lemmon ok. tamus! 'HUD Paul Ltntz Mike Leonard Marco Listrom Margaret Little Jeanie Livasy Sandy Liell William Livingston Barbie Loepp Debra Long john Long Fred Livesay Denise Leslie Robert Leslie Cathy Lewis jim Lopel Happiness Is A Warm Hippo. i L ,f , , - - -7 " -.-. .,.- ...... , ' X -15 -.-.-- -N. - q 1 -ffliifl Danny Love Randy Loy Dave Lynn Pam Lyon Terry Macken Rosemary Mandina Candie Manley jan Manley Melissa Mann Michele Manzo Robert Mason Beatriz Mata Michael Mathenylh Roger Mathes Pam Mathews Melissa McCall Kathy McCann Connie McClanahan Cindy McConnell Connie McConnell Ginger Madrid jerry Majers Mary Majers Eric Marrs Cheryl Martin Marcia Martin Paul Mattes Mike Mattson Louis Mautino i Mildred McCoy Robert McCue-n joetta McDowell ff ae' Q., V ifi I ff W i Y 5 . ' 1 r Erin McGrogan Katey McGuckin Robert Mclntyre Shirley McKoy V r h i l C We e 1, Y 1 Raymond McLallen Roger McManus Steve McNabb Pat McNeal jerry McOsker Sharon McRill Charles McVicker Steven Meadows i Defeat Is Mandator In the Construction Cf Character. Kathleen Medina jon Melvin Patricia Mendoza Ed Mertz David Meyer Dennis Milan Angelene Miller Charlotte Miller Gary Miller Kim Miller Mark Miller Paul Miller Suzanne Miller Wilhelmina Miller Clara Millmaker Mark Misenhelter I. . , , . -.....-.-,-' - -k.-..-,..-,. ...--,....,.N,., ,f Kenneth Nelson M' 5 ..', 1 ' ' , -sri' K , in Cheryl Nicholas Jacqueline Nichols Beauty can be more than just what is pleasing to the eye, it can exist 35 fi beautiful taste. l l as e l ,, Gaylen Nicholson Douglass Noland Diana Norman Linda Norris va... . f , ,-,. ..L-f:.- .1--1' ' ' james Richardson ' 23 , 'gen ' ,l wx . 3:4 . 177:11- Tom Reiman janice R eneef Peggy Resch Roger Reuseh U Black And Gold Clad Warriors Confidentl Take The Field.. Debbie Rhodes Beverly Rice Donna Rice Chris Rice l l Sheryl Rick Terry Richards Leanna Richmond F f' . arf' ie ' - .xp f sie.. . .rim .ge Qin 1?5X?W K - we ' W ell! yin' i 'nie fe 5 6 C ll I l ,V Y M l Scott Ril V Guy Rltt , k Kathy R Robin R George R Sarah Ros Pamela R Dennis R Before Them Forces Less Mighty Are Readily Forced To Yield Terry Rude Rayma Rusher Albert Rutledge Marilyn Ryan l l y l , , 4' ,V .ia-lt? ,aff- . "viii f4'4,7 ,.v ,, Keith Salyer Linda Samson julie Sanders Mike Sandel-5 Thomas Shafer Leaves are like people, they may exist singly or in numbers, but as with people, the individual is always important. i an ' 3 gf .vt 5, ki A..4,, Carl Schrader Mitzie Schrader Cynthia Scott Dorothy Scott Nanry Seidel L- : ff :ky f n , , 3 -rv a 'L' r 2 rw 2311" i f if if ti ,.. ff 1 ff t X ,E ra Q , 'jf-Q32-axjbft .1 ,mJ7Q,. ' 'fi A x A ' " 11513353 4' WIW' 1 '35, X4 A r X .4 . ,,,- wr.. ..f.,H 'gy w 1 xr: .rf ' 1' 'N Y , . . , F f W 7' W- ' ' 1 dm . T . 6. me m , 4 " '-1 f an 'vw 4 , AQ ,J Y K Ag- 1 A 1 A . mana, I M, , fm 1: 1 M X ff 1 v i l i 1 f 1 Anne Stancoff Charlotte Starnes Mark Steadman Mike SICPIWCHS Peggy Stevinson Mike Steward Debbie Stingley jennifer Stinson Cathy Stuber Susan Summers Kenneth Sutherland Rebecca Sutlief Carol Sutton Terry Swayze Richard Taegel Anna Ta lo D' Y 1' rana Taylor Zena Taylor Cindy Thomas Joyce Thomas Bill Thompson New perspectives can change anythmgs appearance even 3 tree's or a person's. Gaylen Thompson Dan Thurston Tobie Tinney Steve Tohuren -.,,,, ,, , ., - .-,.f- - ,x , , I , Z 2 my .W -Md. www q I H MM , 3-U1 4'n . 1? 1' 'Wav-W " 'MPH dx-WT' xc X w W Y I M QM an S 4 f W f y -..L,-,.. ,1. 1. ,,-,,- .-::..:.'..1-.14:1if: 'Q,n....,-15f,-'egfif-1 gfga-J-la-Q: 55-:i3if.i45g-A-gfLg:9fi:.-1-5?-:?.-,,, - 'A .f--1 .14--4-rr'L-'--el-H----G:-fa,..:........i.,-1,f.-h-1' -1'-Ny I V . - Linda Townsend Amy Turner Melissa Tyron Collette Tracy Parry Underwood Ron Vajnar Teresa Tucker jill Van Alden Dennis Van Arsdale Linda Turley Mary Virgo Angela Vitale Sam Weber jeff Wiesher Diana Weiss Kathy Wells Daniel Wendt David Wendt Susanne Whetstone Larry White Glenn Votipl-ia Guy Voeller Sarah Wade Susan Walker Charles Waltz Beth Wamble Cheryl Wardrum Bruce Washam 641 if - 1 ,351 1 A 1 Eu 1, .. otipka ller ade alker '-9-uv' ,E Mike White pam White Rod Whitlock Waltz tmble Vardrum 'asham Dan Willette Io Gayle Williams The plant world shows as much diversity as the human world. David Williams Mike Williams Lynn Willard Sharon Williams Tom Williams Lynne Winbigler Rebecca Winn Nina Willis Barbara Winters Chuck Withrow Susan Willy jane Withrow Donald Wolfe Darla Wilson Linda Wooden Ray Woods WW-rv? Twana Woods Linda Woolston Vickie Wfooten jeff Wright Melody Wrlghr Connie Yates Steve Yokum Terry Zimbelman A momemo containing a key tothe memories 0f1971 'A . 4. .sfsit rx sv, r H, 'fiitf luv , 2 if f Y iw LM -, yn M "' W ik if A Jumoiz clas . an! 'sa' Vice-President Sergeant-at-Arms S6Cf9fl11'y Pfeiidefll Mark A519 Scott Brown Shelly Morgan Sean Birmingham The junior Class-one step above the immaturity of the sophomore and one step below the infallible senior. The school year brings many things to the junior. Some of these things, like chemistry tests, William Shakespeare, Hawthorne, and Constitution tests, we won't appreciate. But class rings and prom we've been looking forward to for a long time. The 1970-71 junior class is different from any other because half of us will be attending a different school as seniors. The friendships we have formed at North- town will make for good relations between those schools that are separating us. 'fs l 54 1 fl dm ul year itution rlass is Nlorth- Pamela Achens Stephen Adams Danny Adkins Ann Ainsworth Martin Aldridge Kathy Allanson Debbie Allen Darrell Anderson Pam Ansell Mark Ash Cliff Axtell Roberta Bacon Georgia Bailey Sharon Bailey Cindy Baker Rita Baker joey Baldwin Terri Ballantine Brenda Barnes Karen Barnes AW a , ff at X ! ' , fr ' aff , y .ffm F , E, ' Q f f f 1 a GZ f f M, Q X I v f f TMJ X Q f VW 1"- ,ff ,ff , 1 KKW. ff I lr, aff V, 3 f f' B jeff Bash Connie Baskett R-..,,. George Barrett Janice Barrett Vera Bartholome Dane Battiest jeffrey Baxter james Beadle a f Phyllis Barnett Paula Barney Scott Barney Vito Barrera fi , 4' f 4 0 1 y , QP A f ' M' Teresa Beck Deatte Beere Deana Beever Bob Berglund joan Troiani tries to , keep NvK.C- b K- 5 Michael Berglund Wendy Berglund Richard Bergstrom Danny Berry ,4..- . Lorie Bickley jimmy Billinger Kathleen Billinger XX fx james Bird Sean Birmingham mTf0iaf1i tries I0 + keepN.K.c.beauufu1. Sherolyn Black Ray Blagrave janet Bland if' Pat Blessing Karen Boehnlein Pam Boughner Carol Bowery i I A gg y fan ,f 4-, ,, X I W-1 ' Ze ' . ' A Z ff ' if V7 E ,A Mff":M i if 7'Q6f2P"mW"M' , y X MMM V Close-up for close ups. 1 Carma Boyd Kathy Bradley Paul Brethauer Kevin Boydsron Rick Bradley Larry Brewer Barbara Boyer Gregg Braden janell Bradshaw Debbie Branson Susan Brewer jane Breyfogle Steve Brad ford Ronnie Breshears Evan Bright 'S yf x N, A , i ff! X f 2 .2 f' 25, e- if Richard Broadway Linda Broderick Richard Brock David Brown I 1 Mike Cahill Janie Calliham Scott Brown Eddie Burge Cheryl Burnidge Mildred Burton Bruce Burton Pamela Burton YU? Tx uit? V X Wig...-Z7 X , U X 2 X f F' KW? ficjff if af ff X nf Q a .M ,, Q it ,iz , 4' 4-f 0, 'C"7'1-r f, :L ' J f' , , 'X f ,V X ff af Leslie Callow Mark Calvert 741 Lorette Campbell Danny Caray The Winnetonka What! Y , 'A 2 ,V ""'-Qin V x Michael Cardwell il Tim Carleton Steve Carr Patrica Carter Linda Castro Vikki Caylor 'V ff' Y K.: 4 Ross Cessna Jacque Chamberlain Nancy Chambless Mike Chandler Marsha Chester Barbara Chisam Terry Christenson Vicki Christy No one told me that gn if old me that iff- was the girl's bathroom! Diane Coffman Lavon Cogan Regina Cohee Alice Coleman Patricia Collier Carol Collins Gary Collins Q Judith Collins Linda Coberley Bill Cochrane Mike Coffey Lee Clements Denzel Clifford john Claunch ' .ii Mlfff x mx 'V"T'?b g 0 W 44-4 Wfaf mf ff, if fig! W 2 'CM Sharon Craig Jerri Crain ulie Cravens Pam Crawley Cathy Crippen Bill Crooks Richard Crowder Barbara Curtis My Linda Collins Linda Colwell Richard Coomes john Coons Larry Coons Bill Cooper Kathy Corbley Ronald Corn Gary Cover judy Cox Marilyn Cox Twila Craddock Linda Curtis Ramona Dare Mark Dareing Clark Davidson 1 wr ff if vin' jf 5 iffy if .I Qt ff 1 bmw- V: L 5 M , Beth Davis Darrell Davis Jana Davis Rick Lawson Mary DeBacker Pamela Decker Anita Decuer justin Deister Debbie DeLapp vo-'W' fi Moya Denison Mary Devling Gloria Dewey Karen Dibben Paula Dillon Karen Dinsmore Michael Dinwidclie 5' 1 2 wwf W xf , , ,V 4"Mvf IOO T-:SP ff 4 Stephen Donaldson Stephen Dolinar Leanne Dorsey Those juniors haven't r caught on julie Downey Karen Duggan Carla Duncan Dennis Duncan jeff Duce Sharman Ebert Hal Elkins Bob Edinger Susan Ericson jackie Edwards Dale Ewing E' f i W - , jane Dunham Richard Dyer f 'iagff f iff 2 .1 ,,,, 4 P V f fig f' S E on havenit v caught on yet. s :son 'S if 16352 Kendal Ewing Bobby Farmer Chris Exposito Craig Farmer john Fairfield Laura Ferguson 1-wr: Rick Ferguson Lisa Ferron Gary Fetters james Flanary Patty Flanders Rick Floyd Brenda Foltz Anne Ford Kathy Ford Teresa Ford 'sv--sal 102 z,fh'f an-0 Kenneth Foster Rick Foster ,f Q lr Z .,.A V., W . g,y, 'v, Jt, ,I y uni , WZABBAGGS I .L ,,,,, V law t. ,,,,.,-,,,, Doris Frame Dianne France Kathy Fuller Randy Galbraith Poor Scott Werne f in J. NN.. r still can't find Dagg. Diana Gallegos Becky Gaines Cheryl Gaines Paul Gallemore Angela Gamel Lee Gant Penny Garamillo Keith Gardner I ! G uess Cheryl Gatewood joe Gee Vernetra Geelan Anita Gibson jim Giles Chuck Good Vince Gordon jane-tre Gosney Guess who still cant find Dagg? Rebecca Gourly Brenda Green Nancy Green Larry Greene Dave Grosko Edward Gross 13 44 My X f m Chuck Haynes Edward Heard lO4 WAX ,, .5 fn. 5 ' CurtGuilfoxl 2 Scott Hadley K " Www Reg Hageman Carol Haines W .S 2 if ,ff Kevin Hamill Patricia Hampton I' Z: Linda Harper Linda Harris Linda Harris Clifford Harrison Herbert Harvey Susan Hawkins uniors Climb Man Mountains jeff Heath Betty Hedderman Kim Heft Don Heiman Ronnie Heiman 'gm joe Heisler Vg---yr V J? ,- 1 W Gary Helwig Gary Henderson Sharon Hendrickson janice Henson Kenton Higgins Richard Hill Yvonne Hill Mike Hinck Russell Hinds Onl To Find, More Mountains Margo Hobbs David Hoffecker Sally Hoffman Jeanne Hoggf Sffvf Home zfffmkxzpg - W x , , .V W f mr- ff M L , , fc -,., X ,I . ,,, X21 H ., ' fr H , , 4 G .y 'Jn ..,.. uma.- .ymf ,Ae ,Wx in ff, , . 105 uniors rest on law and order, i yff ,Q sr 'ff - f :A G f Dianne Holleman K ff I ' jim Holloway iz CJD Ben Holt V j U A Danny Homan 5' f j? , fa' 4 7, .' , ff i , E f ' wif? 4, 4 Zll?7wQ fff i 735171, 5 john Hopkins Donna Horner Diane House Patti Hovlancl The 1970-71 junior Class Brenda Hubbard Mark Hubble jocleen Huddlemeyer james Hudson julie Hullett Laurel Hull 3 5, A V, .,.. Q Kathleen Hurd Bfd Ingram jackie Ireland Donjackson Billjackson Gerald jackson David james Lesliejames Vickiejarman Marvinjenkins Was Facing An Economic Depression. Linda jensen Terri jewett Charlesjobe Sara Johannes Garyjohnson Leslie johnson Brendajohnston Elizabeth jones Howard jones Linda jones R lla , f ,. ,fi9rf5yf" 1 M I ll tum ' .f-ff W of W 'J nz 107 Markjones Mikejoncs Ronniejones Brenda jordan Markjoy Sharonjustus Neil Karaff Karen Karch Donald Keefer Roy Kelly jeff Keltner Chris Kelyman Mary Kemper Dan Kendrick Terri Kennard Candy Kern Debbie Kidd joe Kidwell Pete Kiefhaber joe Kinslow J I 7 M f 'Q-'ww' Kathy Kirchoff jane Kleoppel ,Jr E gig? 4 X Carol Kramer , rj " Donna Kuenstle Casey Klepper Gaila Kline L O Rosella Kupneski Mike Lacy Larry Kloepfel ' Don Knapp Tom Lafountaine' Mark Lale K. Z fg W K v Ed Knapp Gary Koon x 1 K , Brenda Lambertson 5 r George Lane I 1 3 n V I Q ,M if V , 4 -,-K Q Kenneth Koonce Karla Koskins Dennis Langston Mike Larocca 109 f' f...,- ... .,.,...,..---, .,..,..,- ,v R .,,,-..AL ...,.,.. ,.g,L, Y , , N., ,M , -, , , Rick Floyd reaches the height of hornet spirit. ff, , MQW ff 3 y W WW WW? ,f QW fg, 414 V ,W aww, .wg ,ff 4' ,yfy v W, 2' 4 " X , W l , W X ff i ?x it Q 4 f - 154 if 1, f . ' X4 1 WM X ,-4,f 5 f sf- 5,5 M 1 Qi' 1, ,,:fs,?s- Ht- I ,, 1' , ta X A :J 5 3 Dave Lawson Debbie Lee Ray Lee Donna Leftridge Butch Leftridge Denise Leighton Dennis LeMasters Ronnie Leo if. , K rw QF ,r ,, f A A . w I f 3 idge rton 'W ,Wy ,,,., N Tom Lewis Cathy Liberty Dirk Lieurance Cynthia Lightfoot Debbie Linder Kathy Livingston Linda Lockard Ronatta Loftis Karren Logan Vickie Lombardo Pam Long jan Lounsbery George Lucas David Ludwig Sheila Luethje Linda Lutz Rick Maasen Denice Macken Calvin Mackiey Barbara Mahoney Darrell Manroe Chris Marks Donna Marriott Bobbi Martin Dawn Martin Sandy Mason Glenn Masoner jackie Mathis Marilyn Maxey Laurie May Kim McClanahan Mary McCandless john McCarthy john McClellan Debbie McCloud Paula McConnell jim McCoy Terry McCrackin Bill McDonald Ron McElwain Susan McEntire Rick McLeod Ron McNeary Stella McOsker Carol McReyno1ds Diana McRill Tom McRill Mary Meador Carole Merlina Randy Merseman Bob Miller john Miller Paul Miller Susan Miller Tom Mills Becky Mize Sally Modeer Robert Molina Craig Moore Diane Moraine Shelley Morgan Danny Morrison Robin Morton Stephanie M uecke Mike Murphy 511 ft ,,,. 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'rim O'Brien jamey O'Dell ' Cynthia Oliver Karen Osborn 3 1 3 r I r I Brenda Owens 905, Danny Owens Sandra Pace David Palmgren 1 ,E '3 XE? ? ,f f ZW? 154 y W t. ,, , ,Q - W ' QI' W 'fm "7" Larry Parker Joyce parker So this is gourmet cooking! Richard Parnacott Leslie Parscal Tom Parton Ken Patterson William I .. Pamela Peace Mary Beth Peacock Kevin Pearce 115 116 f jack Pearson y, 1 i....v1 I Z, 1 , ' 1 , . ' I .,..:: : ,. , ni .... . 1 1, fl su Q ' , X an , A .... q q 1 ffzwf 1 1 1 iffy 13 X if w ,, ,?fQ'11 1 fwfqf , A , . 1 'S f a 1 J W 1k Q fs f f A 1 , W Q16 1 4 11- fu ' 'hi 41'Qw 1 . 1 , 1 I 1 NWS , ' fx? 5 . t K s 1 janet Phillips 41- f Y y , Don Perry Judy Phillips s Barbara Pickens joyce Pierce juanirta Porter lDavid Power ,fy A f ,' ,1,,11, ,, , 1 -'05 Joy Peterie JOYCQ Peferg Paul PCICFSOII 4 Chri f Terry Phillips Trennerh Phillips DOf1a1d Pidiafd 4348! Cheryl Pike Lois Pliler Mary Pokaluk Steve james Pratt john Probst Gayla Procter P is 1 4 Ray P ff' MMV' A . I , . 'NN-a. , ?"N... Chris Pumphrey Par Prunty Ron pryor Kyle Pulse Charles Quackenbush Saletra Quarrochi The referees didn't always appreciate :he boy's pep club. L Steve Rainey Xxx Ray Raley Marlene Rapp Gary Ray ,prbwjA Ken Rainey Carol Rambo gn f ' ' , ,wx Y Wffwg. , f W V 'V 1745, gl , 0 af, ,,,f ,, 1 fe? , I 3, HN' 7' "1f'I'l57' If I , 1 1 Z in f c , f , ' , I I 5 I H nfx I .. ' y f 0 X Dave Rector John Redcnbaugiw 117 fa 'f ' 1 , f 'ZR' X 5 7 i Bobby Reece Diana Reece Ruth Renno Carol Retzer Deborah Reven Perry Rhoades Becky Rhodes Robert Rich Little Strokes . . . Fell Great aksf' 118 -B. Franklin Amy Richardson Clinton Richardson Steve Ricketts Bonnie Riehl Claudia Rinkert Cheryl Rist Dennis Roach Don Roberts George Roberts Lester Roberts Mitzi Roberts Tom Robertson Debbie Robinson Teresa Rodenberg Mike Rogers Dave Rolston Cynthia Roseler Connie Rude Paula Rule Dan Sadler Steve Sage jacqulin Sailor Pam Salisbury Steve Salisbury Richard Sanders Rondalyn Schilling Patricia Schonewetter Henry Schraeder ' Q 'Q A ,Q 7 S V,g' V.. wats? M. if wk , 4' P' il fi X ai X li '-1l"Jf . L ' 7 . ,, 74, Z 1 7 Y 4121" , 4 , ,f 1 ,, ,,,v ,, If , , ' img .W,s:,' -f , f ', . f Ag l V it R t , f f fl, gr, '5 ,Q .M L Me 120 ,iw 5, X Q 4 f ,, QQ QX X Wifi, 4 w f ff f 8,7 5 fd " 1r 1 f f , 2 ... , yr 3, , 'G , W f G Wg! I iw' f ' 5 O . lf.,. .'- ,Jin 7 Q 'hh XW4 '4':'C:j"7 Wifi, A W ,WW417 m..a.s f x H Z M? , w 1 , ,,... 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N1 ,f e few 2 i ,, i, V 2 4 5,2 .A Ya--r 63' aww Six :iff X 53.51 i f X X ff 154i mal g Diedre Scott NXfalter Seals Larry Sears Pam Sewell Steve Shackelford Glenna Sharp Bill Shepherd Randy Shepherd Bruce Sherwood juclith Sholts David Short Kelsey Short Cathy Shuler Marti Shuler Vicky Simpson Carl Sims Kent Skidmore jim Skinner Terry Slazyk john Smith Larry Smith Lisa Smith Robert Smith Stanley Smith Terri Smith Cynthia Somers Diann Souders Denise Southard Terri Southwick Craig Sowder Rick Spain Martin Spake Wayne Speer Leonard Speiser Larry Spotts Steve Springer Gary Starnes john Steenstry judy Stehl Mike Steinhauer jim Stigers Denise sfubbs Sue Stokes Beverly Stout Susan Stout 121 122 T27 Steven Stubbs Richard Stumph Arthur Sumstine Mary Sunderland Paula Swan Steve Swanson David Talbot Pat Talbot Donna Telford Elberta Tennison Lisa Sublett Tom Summers jess Sutton Rovena Swafford Mark Sweatman Carey Swope jane Taylor Kathey Taylor Ross Terranova james Tholl r,,M.,,by -Wu' 'J' Z x' f, ff YY 4.5 ww? I 1 l i, E, I V l Guy Thomas Ronald Thomson Lynn Townsend Iieclu Turner wg- ,Sty lx 2 , J Marcin Thomason Marvin Thomey Al... john Threlkeld ' Don Tignor M:-Z ff f Wanda Trammell loan Tfoiafli may fvf Z f ff f W 'QVQW A. isa x Larrv Tubo Donald Ulrey 553' I ,Q .1 "Th Debra Thompson Alan Thomson Brenda Tolle Terri Tooley 4 Mike True Kem Tuck p T 4 ' . Lorie lrncsx lfrul Valenti l23 124 Gee, Mr. Galbraith, I lost my hall pass. Debbie Vaughn Susan Vielbig john Waddell Doug Waldrop Robbrr Walker Mike Waller Karole Walsh Bill Walsman SX: Diana Van Sickle L "f f 1 W uw 1 joe Valenti A i J ' W X I l Carolyn Van Slyke Dona Van Tassel 5' Lydia Vaughan Sean Vaughan f W ff Wgw f W xii! fy: W Q W9 X f Z o f 4' 1 if 'va - ff'-. -V jf Q . L. , ff., wa My E . .:. ,QQ Link in , , .EQ-. SLS .--5: 31 V 1: ggezf wqwvrv I x 4 QS f A 7 J ,MM Q73-11 ' 6' ZW an 37:35 . X. "f, x , Ur", Q-. gi xii? ' , f M76 22 M ,,f5,,4 if ,, Z 2 .........-. D 1 M a xc 2 , ,W Q 'Ak, r , V5 a ll l X y Linda Watkins Charles Weinzerl David Wells Vickie Wells ',, iff? v-SW - f Karen Walton Dan Warrick Mike Wasmer Bill Watkins X S l S M xy N 54's Q X X f MNH ff 5, ff' Z f ew, -.b , 'ff-fr I gi l " iv'- 4 Stacy Wertz Jeanie Wessley Donna West David White -.LW 11327 572219 Danny Welsh Becky Wendt Lynn Werner Scott Werner Y joel Whiteside Marsha Whitsitt Robin Whittle Kim Wiar 125 joy Wfilliams Patricia Williams Sheryl Willianis Steve Williams Pam Williamson Michele Wilson fe? ff7 sf fl 141 W-is mf' i 126 Bill Williams Chris Williams David Williams Bradley Wiest Robert Winfrey Allen Wiley Nancy Witt Cindy Willard Debbie Wnuk ww, V, ,N y , TW' The ag V '3 , ,af yt, :tw . -K' V ,4-iq. Ronnie XVolfe Don Wood john Wood Greg Woody Edna Wrigley Delores Wynn Lillie Wynn David Yates The agony and the ecstasy as portrayed by Mrs. Graham and joe Valenti, l i i ? E , Q -a ' 1 5251: WWVAFQ Doug Young Nancy Young Dixie Zimmerman Mike Repme Pre zdem Bob Wztl Sergeant at Army Van De Haven Vice-Prefident H af Witt Secreta ry- Treafzzrer Rhonda A remon 2' Ifaven 'r lrenfon Diana Ackerson Mike Adams Danny Ade Lynn Allen Vita Ancona Francine Anderson jill Anderson Rhonda Arenson Connie Armstrong Bill Arney john Atkin Nancy Audsley Debbie Austin Stephanie Ayres Kathy Babcock Kenny Babcock David Baggs Margaret Baggs Diana Bahrenburg Larry Bane f'-PS i"3-'fn-'gr W' fi W 0 .za 4,3 I "f' , , , ff I an .ff ,xxx sy, 1 4, X :- fr -W mffvff :ff 'f hr. Jgaf-92 " -1 - 1- vu my Cf fd-5:5 yum If .1 11212 'fi , lt 129 'Us N' fur Debra Baker Gary Barney Rrehard Barron Mrke Base Keith Baskin Judy Baker Kay Barney Roberta Bartels Alan Basham Alan Bass Gary Baker Ann Barqurst Karen Barton Debra Basham Kathryn Bates W fig, , , 'W f ., TQ f l -K G Ava, Na X 4' VW li R M N ww -,Ii-SNNW, , ' ',,,...-..,,,-K , R: s""""+-., 1 ZZ? v ,j,,,. NF' , XXX JL, X f X wQ?xX ,as 1""'1v ,ilffiy X J , Lic, T, V7 as-y. Ginny Bamesr Don Bauerle William Baxter Pam Beck Patricia Beck Pamela Becker Denny Bell Gerald Beller Patricia Benton Teresa Bernhardt Becki Ann Bigham Cynthia Biermann Mike Blair jennifer Blanchard Marsha Bleich Beverly Bolin Jayne Borland Darling Bowen Becky Bowman Eddie Bowman 131 Richard Bradley Danny Braille Bob Brandom Debra Brazelton Kurt Breininger Elaine Breashears jim Breshears '45 -v--gr ,, 7 f :Pi , .AVP 1 f f ,V J , ,f if , f M Zi' J ff? 3 , I gd' , 'fi 3 , ,U W 'K f Q , M i ,Ag f f J f 4 Z if ' X ,Iwi ' 51 4 132 Helen Brethauer Linda Brink Beth Brockman Linda Brown Paul Brown Tracy Buress Jeanne Burgoon Robert Burwell Karen Buss Tillie Butler Phillip Cadue Charlie Cammisano Vicki Campbell I cj- 44 In n, . 1 , ' ff: 'file , Q, . 14 ul -,Cv . 0, ,- Q , , ,,,,. W ff I' , l W : , , 1 W' W. ff ,. n 4 X4 .-v- -Af"' i"""7,, i i .5 Y 10, K. X f f x X 14 Q -gg , , M I 4, .1 f C 1 X f K f J I 1 , ' Q- , ,Qfg 7 GIF: :T ,f .bl . A A: HQ C' I Tb: 13. f 9 bk 1 'K 'v 9 , Q .4 ft if Q -, . M I s:::o' ' s i ' X v s N la vovv,Q f ,Q , J us: ' '11 R f A .0 J '?f"'?' 'ZZ Steve Cameron jim Carpenter Karen Carr Joanne Carson Shannon Cassidy Roger Cathey Ann Cauble Kelvin Childers Teresa Christian joseph Chynoweth Elaine Clark Goeffrey Clark Ralph Clark Leslie Clarkson Diane Claypell Cynthia Clevenger f 1 sf fm .ff ff V X ff 31 4 i?W lx Yi' . 4 ,I ',,-- Vis , sw- -v .1 , gfx Gerald Clevenger john Cloughly Donald Coble Becky Cole l X ,Wy ? ' I 4- l'3'3 F' ww 'N,..ff-rf if 556' 134 , X MY W I Nix r.......,,,,. jg,.,..,..,,,,M.,,,, 'iff'--M,-4..,,,,,,,. George Collier Susan Collins Mike Calvin Wayne Cone A Favorite Four-Letter ord I 0 Edwina Cook Betty Coons Lois Cooper Robert Cooper Carol Copeland Debra Coppage Lisa Corbett Richard Corona Mike Cosranza Robert Coughlin Gary Cox Mike Craddock jill Creason . f ,. Terry Crain Marla Crain 1:7 i Z Becky Crissman , . R if 5 , v 'ix as ,P 11? 5 X X 5 J f 1 4 Q Z 4 . 43 S , s ffl fe all if f 1 as g Mary Cupp Cathy Curtis Merle Davidson Nancy Davidson 'lP""f"i2D Q Barry Davis Richard Davis Steve Davis Ginger Dearing Of All Sophomores Roxanne Delgado Van De Haven Bob Deisrer Debbie Demon W? ,fy Eyg., , 135 136 Come Next Fall, 557 Sophomores Will Be Stepping ut From Behind Their Lockers, Wondering What Happened To Their Sophomore Wa Sonya De Witt Robert Dickerson janet Dickson Brenda Donahue f 1 Cliff Doran jane Doran Mark Dorsey Pamela Dowell X 3 S 4 f asa A ,Q f is .. 5 X 5 X, Z y 37, 5 2? 'X Bill Dobbins Michael Donnici Kathryn Dooley Robert Downing Cynthia Drake Pamela Drake Benjamin Dudley Lori Duncan "Come on M456 77? t ww-4 We J I Q 5 X ' ,ff X 2 r 1 1 cn fm' f f ll 1 i 1 ,. ...,. T 'M Mllnwgw. Wllmqff Q, 7 Come on people now, smile on your brother." ,qs 1 ff? ,X nv L 6' nr if ' n J ff' ' J 1 4 in , 1 M 1 ' I ' 1 73 ji I ,td , J .. 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M f J 5 Y Don Frank john Friend Fred Gaarde Sandy Galbraith Paula Fitzsimmons Dan Flannagan Gene Feathers Lori Ann Ford Mary Ford Theresa Forrester james Fox Steve Freeman Steve Gorr Donald Gr Ed Gramli Robyn Gr: Roxanne C Linda Greg Steve Greg Dave Griff tzsimmons Steve Gorman nnagan Donald Graf arherg Ed Gramlich n Ford 4 Robyn Grandbouche Ord Roxanne Greathouse 1 Forrester A Linda Gregory 'Ox Steve Gregory Teeman a Dave Griffey Tom Gamble Kyle Garrison Mike Gerhold Sherry Gilmore Chuck Goff Deborah Goodman Mike Goodson jack Gorham 34. I . f f X -.W QEZWV' ,1 X wr, sk X ly!! Phillip Grifhn Marolyn Grooms Leslie Gust Karen Hale M 1-4 X 41 Z,rj?f, ff , 4, I S ef Q X X: 4' X f . ' ' t , f I ff W ,fi 4 f 1 X f, B f f fi, 2, ff 4 jg i I Q 1 . l , ,rf W ff fkiii My , 'ie 1, 4 W 0 A 'Y'fj"1'2'V 'W Q7 f fl l 1 , f X f E7 ' ,G 139 5 ,'VAV f . ,Q f 'lzc f 13 9 V . 24 .. ff b f 2 ',,:i'Xf 7' X X' Y Z N W 2 .r 'Mir , f M 3 I , I Vx 4 f Q I ,ff , s 5 '-4 W ! 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I' ,MM fl? 1 I W, ' David Lappine Danny Lawson Nola Lear Kennerd Lee I L X 1 , 4 , A ji F , 'I S2444 dJ9L Transformed from the devastating clutches of the October 18 fire gold felnlac the new gym is one of modernization and eficiency. Purple and Tim Lee Lynette Leewright Cynthia Leftridge ff jim Leimkuhler Teresa Lemen Gene Lemmons Suzanne Levengood S Q e Danny Lewis Harold Liberty Francis Libra janice Liebling Linda Liniger ffl 32" 2 X ie! Q all 5 S e FX MQ ,rfb I 4? Ly' XX : J A J ,ctober 18 me, gold replaced the yellow dinginess of the once-drab auditorium. icy. Purple and ,ewis .iberty .ibra lebling lniger Lisa Marcel Gerald Marlay Sharon Marrs Raymond Maryhull Terry Martin 1116 A flaw frm., WM, fp W 77? 35552217 Susan Marheney Michael Matheys Rick Matrox 1 Donna Mauron jennifer McCall 1 ,- , M I . I ia :4 if Chris McClanahan Kim McCarty Danny McClure Susan McCoy Frank McFadden Susan McFarland Shirley McKnight Susan McRill KKQEWR Gary Merrill Steve Merry Frank Mesh Mary Mendenhall Cathy Merrill Ruth Messer Terry Middleton Lmc L fs r :J M "V J fr! M 31' Nl? , rf",2:v Linden Midkiff Charles Miller Katherine Miller Gill Mills Lorena Mills '77 FJ Q1 t xi M I O fo, rf T 'U i' 5 ',, Z Q' 7 7' 1 , I' af' ' ' ' --T l ' x x Xi A f f f . I Y X , f s X 5 1 X , ,7 ,f x ,f X1 X ffl f X A ' -, 'X R V , I X M xx X r r X 5 X ' l r, f , A X M l l p" - , 1 nl X - 7' 4 N x ,r , .4 l XX 'llnr :lr 'Ti If .A-7 V' 4.-3 fii ir" 15.1 Mark M.,..fh rem- Miscnhelfef John Monroe Chffi MOU" Mfkv Moore 1417 148 David Morgan Roxie Morgan Steve Morgan Brad Morris 'Diane Morris Debbie Musser Debbiq Musser Nancy Murh Louie N eece Kris Mynarr was i I rfflifv Northtown's answer to "Love Story. ,W f Kip W SV R f CW Y if V "' gif: .. "5" 'E:'X.-',I:I'. f S- f' ff! 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Z fbv Q' W . yr by jv + , 1' id ' 9 .rig M4 14 i lil? 1 Z5 N 1 1 -4 P' ..f '--0'-H" 'Q T14 ,, Rick Neuwirth Debbie Oliver -'-if --"Q R1 ig 4 5 ii f , Donald Nance Craig Nichols Mike Nieman Greg Nees Michelle Neer Michelle Nash Roberta O'Dell "f""fTP nm is v, 4 '-...M-r V55 14.4-1' -s-.Af i 'f 1 If A new outlook on a winter's day. , 149- --f' ' i ' 7'9x' 'Vx ,S 77177 I r 7' Harold Nugent David Olson Dennis Osborn David Owens Robert Owslcy 149 Kris Pelot Nina Papen Sconnie Pennetri jeffrey Park Rodney Patron ,am 4 jim Paussa Kevin Peacher Mark Phillips Mark Piekle john Piepnieir , 3 nw, A if ,P Ju Nfl f, fl, Marilyn Phelps Nicki Phelps Ronnie Phelps The End 5?,i?:i.i,fl2?'e' Season, Sophomores Robert Palmer 150 After Foot- .af ' ,Zin f ,L W.. 2: 12 ff t 3.4 f A6 X f Eff or al Marsha Pillers David Pine Lori Pine lf! f 3 , is A,, f f 4 l Brian Porter JO Ann PYle Lisa Porter Rick Ralphs Linda Randleman 3 xW V rdaf 3 Mike Pinkley Theresa Potrowski Susan Pin SMM57 Wa Q K 1 v X RQ f nw he ' k? l A fl I W ' X f gf? 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W MW' 2 2 hw 4 , W iw? 45314 0 W XX N X' ft' , '6 X :' -:-W A fy" If 'Jw ,9 ' , ,'. i X: x 9 xi -2, . je Q " ik, . ei I t .NX X jim Reed Paula Reed Judy Reel Mary Reeves Steve Reiman Andy Reust Allison Revare Eddie Richardson john Richmond Glenn Ritter Robin Roberts Richard Robertson Doug Robey Tomma Rockley Marla Rose Jeanette Sanning Keith Sargent Mike Sargent Dave Saunders Steve Scantlin . ll' - 1 5, S , swf .,,rl, x ff ,J xx, l V f, A Mi if fwis M1 ' VD 'QQ 4'.I'fXn -if - 2' 2, . -'lgnq nf Y 1' if ff 4,3 -we David Schaffer Susan Schaeffer Teri Kaye Schilling Steve Schoonover Dannie Scobee Mark Scoheld Barbara Seales Robert Seider Roxanne Sells Kirby Shadrick Mike Shank jeff Shelton Reba Sheridan Frieda Sherrill Bob Sherwood Pamela Shields Ronald Shipman Claudia Short Mike Shorress Mark Shour 1 ZX X? 7 X X W W! i' 4 A W 1 f 4 was , .. 14,5 V dw ae e. ,, '-- S-ri? ff 74 .Sana :riff 5 , R f 7 ffx X' 7 i X 4 X Q xi W XWS X 4- if A , L 4 a Q eg M f-af N '. -1. '-Ste , ,..,,4n- 91' l is ,glf 1 JQ. X 2 2 I i M? fix "vi--4 43 mid' .....-4' 153 154 Connie Shull Sherryl Sisson Tonya Slough Homer Smith In spite of Seniors, jun- iors, cafeteria food, Dagg, fire, rain, snow, Charles Dickens, square dancing, ob- stinate teachers, and Ray Bradbury, the sophomores managed to put in their first unforgettable year at North- town. And unforgettable is right. How do you describe your first year at North- town? Impossible, isn't it? Do you start by saying the vast size of the building se- cretly scared you, even though you were afraid to admit it? Or do you say the teachers and their coldness frightened you into the pat- tern of a "scared sopho- more?" Or how about the first assembly when you saw all those people jammed into one room, amazing, wasn't it? And how about those walks to Dagg on the rainy daysg you won't forget that, will you? Your first year is al- ways filled with different and exciting things. Who ever heard of dances after foot- ball games and free lunch periods? In gym class, weren't you thrilled by the beloved trampoline? Who ever heard of going bowling during school hours? But the thing you probably noticed first off, was the love and admiration NKC has for its sister school, Oak Park, and wasn't it alarming how soon you felt the same feeling. But you've only just begun... joan Smith Kathy Smith Nancy Smith Billy Snapp Michelle Snow Robin Spaur Denise Spencer Rue Ann Stahl Darnell Steenrod Dale Stewart Ray Stewart Becky Stokes , s f W at f., 1. 4" I-.U-f :Jaan , fs 'n nm. "af, ,.., M ge Q1 X ' ,-' X f , -W ,ag W, ,,3,, X f jf if W f 4 WH 1- 4 ,. Patricia Stubbs Thomas Sullivan Danny Sunderland Shelia Surface ' i, ' F Coni Talbot Dave Talley Debra Taney Linda Taylor Eric Teeter Retha Terranova Kurtis Thiel Leslie Tholl Elaine Thomas Kendall Thomas Steve Thomas Chris Thompson Kenny Thompson MontyAThomps0n Pam Thompson Russell Thompson 5. fi .M ,st i ii fa N Q 2 ff mfs mr Z ' Mya ' ft, A f , 3 , f at R , f ,Q ,,f L fy I ja 1 9 l i 4 . , 1 fi s yi w gf a wg: 2' ' Y fvu, , 3 Yfjy '!""'f5' I, fig ,v 155 156 ,, MW, .f ' wif: , , 7 f if -1 X fy, 6 K I ff ff W i, 2 pw 7 fi 1 Z4 . ,V Q 5 Q f , NV Ah- fx X M 2 5 f, fm 3? , 'tw YA V V ""' '9 I, -5 - ,f ,, f f, , ,iq V I Wg!! f y' aj f ' ' . my Y ,, 4-sv' wx! W f N 4 , 2 -Q ,ff ,V A ,A,,, . , 4 W if , 3, 7 " gil ,Z ' ' M , 21 xg f f M.,.w,,, ' X A, ' VV' f' , ' N , , M, ,, QM fw ' NESQAWQ, R... I NNW as -df ,... .. W. 1 if R 1 X -aff? 'X NYM -Wg' ,S a, , ., .,. . ww ff 6 ,FY X if , bf' W Q21 ' Z, ik? 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I f , N N" I . jf I 'fy ' a " ' Z , "5a.,, - 'sr A ' ,713 - 'X-4... .V ' 1 ,V 5 , I. ' ' ' ' :' h . ' V' l -'1' f I' , V - " ' I ,r,V 1 'v' 3 A V Vf 'fafk' w I ' ,A 1, .1 ' Zi, 3.5 A ' , nf 8 A rv 3. lk, -, , xi 1 159 61, 'lv I J , ,,... .., Z Q 41 Q 7! MA , Wm-y,,g4,, F I i 1 v , W Speed And Stamina Brings Ha l J 5 n W ' if A Q w,,,,m,,,,,,w I ft! l I I i 1 5 I i N 160 -2 '11 A 7, X Y .. ww-. is w 1 H ,Q 'L E 2' 5. -3' K: 0 .. M is ' 1 e f 1 1 2 J' A , , i r,f"i ,, ,Milf 31. U KL 'rg 'xx -A in Q qi? ei, ., Harriers Honors SCORES N K C N.K.C. N.K.C. ' 59 N.K.C. 61 N.K.C. 43 Disrrirt 154 Raytown South . Truman vs. Center vs. Ft. Osage 58 16 vs, William Chrisman vs. Ft. Osage 48 QQ vs. Oak Park 16 Points Flaw 'ith , ,HW i,-.-..f......-..,..,-.nv . ,, asm Coach Yount starts the 1970 season with a bang. Varsity, left to right: jim Lopez, George Barrett, Bill Walsman, Dale Moburg, jim Billinger, and Tom Mills. Dale Moburg strains to cross the Hnish line. j.V., left to right: Dufty Cochrane, Don Ulrey, Lin Midkiff, john Olson, Gary Merrill, jesse Rife, Glen Votipka, john Hopkins, Mike Cahill. Not pictured: Tom Ewing. lb V-5 RN. , 5 " . 'Q vgyif' , v Q3 , Y ' si - C l 4. if, ,fa ala 25? lx? ,, V 6 my W W ? f Www ' X J"y D ga W XX ngg' ,f 1 164 From left to right, Row 1: Coach Max Payne, Coach jerry Boyce. Row 2: David Cain, Arnie Day, Randy Galbraith, Tom Pritchard, Terry Adkison, Ray Raley, Fred Dale, john Bryant, Row 3: Roger Reusch, Mark Ash, Dave Ralston, john McClellan, Dennis Milan, Tom LaFountaine, Dick Ramey, Steve Foerstch. Row 4: jim Hud- son: Mike True, J. R. Smith, Rick Spain, jerry Spotts, Ron Bowser, mingham Randy Hudson Craig Moore Paul Neill Butch Leftridge. N.K.C. O N.K.C. 14 N.K.C. 6 N.K.C. 12 N.K.C. 14 N.K.C. 28 N.K.C. unior Varisty . Oak Park vs. Center 21 vs. Raytown South 21 vs. Wm. Chrisman 21 vs. Ruskin 14 vs. Truman 13 vs. Raytown 22 Bob Carr, Guy Cox. Top Row: Scott Brown, Greg Dobie, Sean Bir- Offense Breaks Through . 1636- of VARSITY SCORES 56 N.K.C.' vs. Grandview 8 14 N.K.C. vs. Southwest 9 6 N.K.C. vs. Center 37 21 N.K.C. vs. Raytown South 0 34 N.K.C. vs. Wm. Chrisman 25 7 N.K.C. vs. Ruskin 0 28 N.K.C. vs. Truman 7 25 N.K.C. vs. Raytown 0 21 N.K.C. vs. Rockhurst 24 O N.K.C. vs. Oak Park 20 'fr I L E fl l i W ---' ..,, .4 A . --.-- if- Ygwv, - ,,,, ,-4,,.,Q,,.,-,,,,A M, I Another Hornet scrapes and stretches for yardage. From left to right, Row 1: Coach Chuck Booth, Coach jerry Boyce, Coach Denny Raetz. Row 2: David Williams, john Groves, jim Knipple, Chris Giles, Lynn Corbett, Marco Listrom, Mark Myers. Row 3: Casey Kloepper, Vince Gordon, Kim Miller, Chuck Good, Robin Rogers, Larry Sports, Lynn Willard. Top Row: Pete Kiefhabenjohn Waddell, Mark Hubble, Gary Helwig ,l it 1""'! J 166 A Glimpse OfThe Hornet Q 9 O 7 nuff' ,Aw iw W qzw . 1 , '66 a' ,Q W1 f Q f Yi , ,Q W, EMM 171 Qivf Md H92 75 v, ' x , if., iv -k ,wa A W X X . f.. .. Q . 4 W 2 ,a ,, 'XY if 1 4 Q ' -.Rfk fs Gffense In ACTION! , A ...ng 'Y' .y fr .J 1" ' V, .Mintz M f f , ww, 167 Glimpse f The Hornet Defense I 4 1 168 x f X1 f 1 1 1 S 2 K , , NS' '-is A , Q' 7 'Zane ' S '51 num 'W' hw? J .ip gfzff. 3. use I ACTIGNY ,ri , 4 an yn 1 4' 1, f, f f 1 i Q 169 170 l. 2. 3. 4. 5 An "off-guard" play gains more yardage for the Hornets. Good blocks by the offensive line allow Mike Winkle to gain yardage. The 1970 Hornet Sophomore Team, from left to right, Row 1: L. Neece, S. Welker, G. Clark, A. Reust, R. High- tower, C. McClanahan, C. Doran, H. Witt, M. Shortess, M. Winkle, B. Witt. Row 2: M. Base, S. Pennetti, T. Lee, Reed, K. Childers, M. Wyrick, S. Howard, S. Reiman, S. Thomas, M. Mathews, V. DeHaven. Row 3: R. Thomas, R. Hopp, P. Brown, K. Peacher, Marlay, M. Goodson, P. Griffin, T. Misenhelter, D. Robey, M. Sargent, M. Evans. Row 4: B. Honeck, D. Sunderland, S. Morgan, B. Seider, D. Osborn, D. Hayes, H. Woody, 1. McDonald, T. Henderson, D. Handy. Row 5: M. Fer- rara, M. Scofield, G. Mills, S. Warner, T. Gamble, D. Griffey, B. Sherwood, D. Harrison, J. Paussa. Not pic- tured: C. Commisino. "Ok boys, the ball is this long . . . . Sophomore quarterback Chris McClanahan concentrates to deliver his pass on target. Sophs Crush Five Opponents 54. V-J T1e One, Lose Two SOPI-IOMORE Shawnee Missio Oak Park Center Wm. Chrisman Ruskin Truman Raytown Winnetonka Ziff r Mu My i i as E Q I , , 5 E I Raytown South, and a 64-60 loss to Ruskin. In the game with Ruskin, the Hornet round- ballers overcame a 52-14 half-time deficit by exploding into a 46-32 second half, end- ing up only five points short of a loss. In the game with Raytown South, the two teams battled to a 51-51 tie before Greg Dobie sank a final basket to claim the victory for North Kansas City. iornets' Squad . iger Mathes reaches high for a score. 'eg Dobie and an opponent anxiously await an on-coming ll. ie defense of the underclassmen prepares to hold off the position's attack. Hornet stretches goal-high, amidst heavy opposition to are. NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC VARSITY BASKETBALL WON LOST NORTH KANSAS CITY TOURNAMENT Ruskin Wm Chrisman SEDALIA TOURNAMENT jefferson City Sedalia REGIONALS Liberty Oak Park SEASON Lee s Summit Liberty Truman Raysouth Wm Chrisman Ruskin Raytown Center Truman Raysouth Oak Park Wm Chrisman Ruskin Raytown 65 Center 7 14 . . . 51 vs. ' . . . 59 vs. . ' . . . 79 vs. ' - - - 39 vs. ' . . . 68 vs. ' . . . 36 vs. . . . 52 vs. ' ' . . . 55 vs. ' . . . 50 vs. . . . 53 vs. N.K.C. 47 vs. Oak Park . . . 57 vs. . ' . . . 62 vs. ' . . . 60 vs. . . . 65 vs. , . . 66 vs. . . . 50 vs. . . . 53 vs. A . . . 70 vs. . 7 ' . . . 60 vs. ' - . . 66 vs. - - . vs. E Q , 1 , , Z A "W iw W N t Y L 60 66 66 53 57 45 46 40 79 51 55 68 61 46 67 68 51 54 86 64 63 77 NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K,C N.K.C. N.K.C. N,K.C. Scores In Tough Conference SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL WINNETCJ , V Center Wm Chrtsman Ruskin Ruskrn Raysouth Truman Center Raytown Truman Wnnnetonka Oak Park Wnnnetonka Oak Park Wm. Chrisman Raysouth Raytown NKA TOURNAMENT Lees Summit Exrelgor Sprmgs Ravtown XWOW LOST , , , ,.,. fone-, J afiileiaw- cf- ,414 12.91, . , A., ,Q , ,V , .'ff ..-f ,.o ,e,, if msQ55ffa'zi,ffi1f, X F4, fn , 1, ,, ,V-1 f I 'ff x ' f:.' eff- A .,,. , 175 176 1. Brad Ingram practices making two-pointers heforc- the gamer 2. Scott Brown warts for a rebound. 3. Coach Ogden and the Hornet squad plot another devious last-minute victory. 4. Even Coach Ogden gets actively mvolved in the game. l 2 1971 Roundballers plagued , , if w 41+ I lr In , V' X 1 N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C N.K.C the ious me. .,i - 'Q HUIW' ' Q 7 iw 4 I I , 1 . . . B ast-Moment Defeats JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL WON LOST 1 1 5 N.K.C. 46 vs. Lee's Summit 39 , N,K.C. 64 vs. Liberty 45 N.K.C. 49 vs, Truman 54 N.K,C. 44 vs. Raysouth 57 N.K.C, 49 vs. Oak Park 45 N.K.C. 71 vs. Wm. Chrisman 70 ' N.K.C. 64 vs. Ruskin 56 N,K.C. 67 vs. Raytown 78 N.K.C. 48 vs Center 47 N.K.C 47 vs Truman 55 Q N.K.C 45 vs Raysouth 73 N.K.C 46 vs Oak Park 45 N.K.C 65 vs Wm. Chrisman 59 N.K4C 65 vs Ruskin 60 N,K,C 69 vs Raytown 56 N,K,C, 50 vs Center 46 177 l I u l li l I 1 iil fa 1 I l il li 1 ll V E E ll V l l l l P I I i X l 7 l V W1 I Row 1, left to right: jim Lopez, Dennis Bradfield, Brad Ingram, Craig Moore, Kevin Mahoney. Row 2, left to right: Guy Voeller, Steve Foerstch, jim Billinger, Mike Coffey, Paul Miller, David Power, Larry Brewer. Top row, left to right: Chuck Haynes, Rick Spain, Dennis Copeland, Roger Mathes, Mark Shour, Terry , A Myers, Scott Brown, Greg Dobie, Bill Loosey. l I I I O The Bo s n The Ball 1 - Row 1, left to right: Sonny Cadue, Andy Reust, Tim Lee, jim Reed, Robert Owsley. Row 2, left to right: Danny Vick, Richard Hopp, Kevin Mahoney, ,Q X Cliff Doran, Lynn Midkiff. Row 3, left to right: Henry Woody, Ron Hightower, Terry Misenhelter, Dan Sunderland. u "'x Ji Wil' ,WiYEgsY3,QX" A ,f ,A 0' I ,, -,. , ,.,.. ,.-., ,,..... ...--., V?. ,. , -, lvl- ,- I - ff U so EL 4 I'- 'T ,J lf 52 v -5 19 7' 111 if- ,,-. ilff 1 4 ' ,WWALQ-wsiwvv I if 7? lf! K 3274 llinger, A , Terry vin Mahoney, 4 A 0 '. A T -r 1 x ---au: --Q---' W , ,, . 3 , X , M ,. faq xx , 'Ur 1'-, -l' Wrestlin 51 Ara K. - . . 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TN '. -' 0 Nfl'-ff? 1- fa. -.. wJ'J 10,1 , -,-ff 1 -M f1-:-1- cf-,-... 11 ',.4z5-21? --J --N, -- ff-44 'L'-1 f --.- -11 V - Y-QA.--.1 A - '- vtvff, f f'sw:iw,11'1'P:-1,11i'e,fF.f.Q -' MWE. .,, ' ,..Q5ia,7, Q, - 3-1.4:-Q:y.1::fgf 7.3f.'wl5jfL,i',jQ11'71f5I,m1":- 21,261-5:15.-f-1 mir- .fwwsf 1 ,z- .V Y iia'P.3,,w-Q5fifxfpsafsmz42:r3a-,ffa-QuzavgsrzN-1: 1 1 f . I, .CW X 4 8 0 'Y vo an si NQNISRIEN Dale Ewing 7 Junior 98 lb. Record: 27-5 jerry Sports Senior 155 lb. Record: 11-10 W. W X 6 X ,533 2 Lester Palmer Senior 105 lb. Record: 25-5 Mark Ash junior 145 lb. Record: 10-1-1 Z' 155 1 I-lal Win Sophomore 132 lb. Provisional Letter jim Hudson junior 167 lb. Record: 6-7-2 orthtown 7 ASE ii .rf Tom Ewing Senior 112 lb. Record: 21-6 1 Let 7 2 jim Eyton Senior 119 lb. Record: 24-10 zz? 9 Varsit IGFHICH ,vw- af iw 'Q Randy Galbranth umor 145 lb Record 7 7 M7 41 Larry Spotts umor 138 lb Record 216 Bob Edmger umor 1 12 lb Provlsrorxal Letter Mark Hubble umor 132 lb Record 10 9 'Q' X 1:25 Randy Floyd Semor 126 lb Record 24 5 1 7 Don Perry unror 167 lb Provrsxonal Letter Davld Wnllnams unior 185 lb. Record: 18-7 ifyy Roger Reusch Semor Hvy Record 24 4 3 ,ycy 7, My gulf W fn wwf aww . MM? f W ww? f MXH 9 , ,, ,Wy aw f 'M NVQ' farm 'Wm in x ' 7 C 4 5 .Ii . ve, 'Q 1 - , ji! ff tw 2 f 'sg Z , SW , 'rw--.m,,,, 2 5 .L sf, Q4 f 'w -my -v. Y.. ,.. . ,,r,,-im. 2.-- pi mg.. away W fi ik 59 ,, ,..m,?y It if XYZ MW' 3? M 12 C l f l ft ' ht, Row 1: B. Smith, D. Lawson, M. Wyrick, M. Gerhold, D. Coble, D. Thurston, R. Corona, M. Craddoclgj. Bird. Row 2: D. junior Varsity wrest ers, rom e to rig Painter, D, Talley, R. Seider,lR. Floyd, C. Williams, G. Koon, B. Shepherd, D. Clifford, Claunch. 182 1 1 Wrestling Coaches Crouthers and Diehl concentrate on a crucial match. Managers: jim Bird, junior, Dan Thurston, senior. K 1 Oak N. ubl Dist .lf N.l N.l N.l N.l N.l N.l N.l NQ NQ N. N. just-nw nvasnnu-vm 1' Q31 Xiwx 6 NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC KC Sweeps Regronals Varsrty Record Park H111 W1111am Chr1sman Southwest Lee s Summrt Truman Raytown Excelslor Sprmgs Raytown South Oak Park Center Ruskm N K C uadrangular N K C Savannah N K C Maryvxlle Tournaments Oak Park Quadrangular 1 N K C Invltatlonal 1 Shawnee MISSION South 2nd Suburban 8 Conference Dual Champs Suburban 8 Tourney DISIFICI 1 Reglonal 1 t State 7th ne J V Record Wl1113m Chrxsman Southwest NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC Lee s Summlt Maryvllle Lexmgton Truman Ra frown Excelslor Sprmgs Raytown South Oak Park Center Ruskm Suburban 8 Co Champ1ons Suburban 8 Tourney 2nd 4 ac c rf if S S fy XQWXSPX x9Qf5 fa, , 6 N K C 1970 71 STATE CHAMPION Dale Ewmg 98 1b bw flumfx-ag, Q, -Alfie 183 f' ,gr .f f ,W W 1 , Q 4 A f ,L W "Aff ' f fgzf if Q? 3- Mix- . 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V W .Mi . f W - 1 - fy SWS-5 W a f ,, 4 5 mefffinf I 9 I ' w, 2 ,W A ,a .A ,Or , i f ,.-- .f , -Q V H A --:!,,f I f all , , f A If 1' .1 1 7 3 - it ei, 2 V , q . if, I ,W,,qw Ms T ..,,,, Z A, X ,I 1 , ,,,.. 2 . V AE:-Ffw, ,H A ,Z , ' 6' ', if 2 ' Mr A . K K 1, , rf My ,.: .. ,W . Y we W 1' ZW to ' M 1 at C 1 V V ft R V,,,... 1 AAA.A, , 0 ,f at iiaa 2 1 if S - 'b , K , .,,, .,,.,,. - -- V vvvv . 2 Kenton Higgins Duane Baresel john Atkin Pete Kiefhaber Steve SWHHSOH Bob Brewer Scott Werner Danny Vick Rlfk Bradley .K.C. Putts An encouraging smile from Coach Cochrane is always helpful. Liberty Raytown Trunmn VVnL Chdsnmn PeniIDay Grandview Raytown South Pem Day Central Center Behon Leek Sunnnn Cfentral Ruskin Blue Springs Park 1101 CDak Park llornets Clpposnion 193 176 195 187 191 190 179 195 175 182 168 182 173 187 172 171 172 162 173 172 172 177 156 175 168 162 171 200 178 191 172 177 172 188 ai, f .ya if ,K if lf, :2?1.i16?5'. H. -,M V S F F 1 Ex ion Bradley and Brewer get it together on the practice green. A lonely pin stands attending a huge curved green Blue skies watch calmly. Kenton Higgins Bob Brewer says, "I could swear I saw that hole move." Duane Baresel displays the art of concentra- tion Nine time medalist, Scott Werner, gets it ALL together ,.ff""" Long begins a match with an overhand serve x I Tenms Team Learns Coach Crouthers replaced Mr. Couch, who left at semester. Qfvv' Steve Barco Frm Gamson lured Llvesay ohm Long 9 480 4' ,. ,V f W Q rf x AO? Ziff i 'w f I Z7 f w F ffl? E: Q bl S W-iw c gif fl 55 Q ls., uw, Q1 ,, kink W ,mu ww 61 6 ' Q ? 5 ' W I ff 5 9' ,L W 'I an , af? 'L nl - NW vu--5 , Q' x A f , 4 Q ,,' f N ., MM., , .WWW -W.. C 3 7 16 ggi g fined-'bf , ' " ' :Sx.::5::si::::-.-1 " .2::. 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The true Pep Club member was hoarse after the first football victory. She was the one who told the guy he played a good game and brought that smile to his face. She was the one with mois- ture cream, curlers in her hair and a pillow under her arm who climbed on a cold bus at five in the morning to go cheer at state. The true Pep Club member is all of this and much more. She is something rare and special and much in need. She is what Pep Club is all about. 58' X 4 A 54 SX sg Q 5 sf X be f V Q ' X x ,Q f xi 1 N 4 Y X Q ,z 'f .1 '-It mf ' ,gs f , u p "Z45' .Ff i7 ff X1 ,J , 2 W 3 NKSKIQW 1971 junior Varsity cheerleaders are, left to right, Row 1: Edna Wrigley, Paula Rule, Linda Jensen. Top Row: Terri Southwick, Vicki Elmore, Karen Barnes. 197 Bannerettes are, left to right. kneeling: Shelley Morgan, Shar- man Ebert, Sheryl Pitzer, Lynne XX'innbigler, Lonnie Yates, Mary DeShon, Vickie Ingram. Karen Shearer, Karen Eberts, Teresa Tucker, Connie Gates. Cindy Somers, Mary MeC.and- less, Sharon Craig, Nancy Seidel, -jennifer Stinson. Standing: Denise Wetzel, Lori Pine, Debbie Kolterman, Nita Porter. Carol Sutton, Terry Macken. Rayma Rusher, Judi Hazell, Sherryl Sisson, Lisa Ferron, jean Mynatt, Cindy Bierman, Debbie Reven, jan Mynatt, Paula Gibson, Kyle Pulse, Not pictured: jo Pulley, Linda Castro, Arlene Knopp. 1 ,iw 1 ,, 'I :Q V I ., 's, " 'MN 'Q ' ,A , 1,5- g . I. 5221 Q., 37' T217 5 mf 2, A J, I ,V ,f A Pep their head Grei SCCU K. Trac Pon Loe Mel jerr Sale Susi in-. Wfwvlf , e S Pep Club is one of the largest groups in the school. This year they repeated their spirit-boosting functions both at home and away games. They were headed by President Diane Weiss, Vice-President Cinda Reed, Secretary Gretchen Brown, Treasurer Nancy Hodge, and Historian Tooti Norman. Section officers are N: President Debbie Crowley, Secretary Ann Stancoff. K: President Pam Mathews, Secretary Sarah Ross. C: President Colette Tracy, Secretary Donna Rice. Pom-Pon girls are, left to right, Row l: Sallie Rudd, Mindy Morse, Barbie Loepp, Melissa McCall, Susan Stout, Terri Smith. Row 2: Bonnie Riehl, Melissa Tyron, Cheryl Gibbens, Carol Baughman, jane Ekstrom. Row 3' Jerri Crane, Pam Peace, Nancy Hughes, Margaret Little, Leslie Callow, Saletra Quatrochi. Top Row: Paula Barney, Sharon Gorman, Cindy Thomas, Susie Walker, Lynda Grider. Athletic Clubs Adopt Needy Families its DVWUW if WWW Wig 154544 ' 'ff -, 'QM Q, iv aww mu ,awp ' 5 V, -Jxfgyg, wuz mmf 1 ,716 1a IfL,Q:j,: it famasfsa, wma M .4 4 .,f,. 'f ,, i as una A " ' " " gmlmn fam MXH' K .. ,M . ,,,, , , 92 Z W ,W f Q- '4 7 f J 227 V' we X' ' 0 aff Wil 4 1 W" , euuwalswwaswag 4 Z f f fn' ,Tv 4 4 if V if 45 4 f . M Q! If 01-'swii i' me . 2 iff. 7 -sv ff .- '- ' 4 Y ,, . an. f h G" X Af? e 26 S f s wx-4 n' A NN X as af- Ax ,si ...af ,, X i ' M , W wwwfw F.C.A. discusses such matters as, just who called this meeting, anyway? The Fellowship of Christian Athletes adopted a family for Christmas, and attended various churches as a group, besides marching in the American Royal Parade. Working on such projects as selling zip code directories, were President Arnold Day, Vice-Presi- dent Randy Galbraith, Secretary-Treasurer Larry Spotts, and Chaplain Marco Listrom. 9 OF A If .0 9 BVLQ WSH: 7 X fs 17 is B ala 3 Q4 -Cz' 'V V' 'P The N-Club, sponsored by Coach Crouthers for sports lettermen, this year adopted two needy families for Christmas and bought them food coupons. They also co-hosted the annual spirit picnic with Pep Club. Their drive was from President Randy Floyd, Vice-President Gary Miller, Secretary Roger Mathes, and Sergeant-an Arms Roger Ruesch. Mark Ash, David Williams, john Olson and others work out plans with Coach Crouthers. 200 mwp3,WfWM- fa .I s . Rec for part kep Fau Tre and 113514011 au"-'C f 3 -Q Q .ff Fl A opted a hurches 1 Royal ip code 'e-Presi- ' Larry K? as Girls' Active n Sports Led by Miss Graham and Mrs. Mitchell, Girls' Recreational Association works to develop enthusiasm for girls' athletics. Intramural sports as well as parties, bake sales, and interscholastic competition kept members busy. Officers were President Pat Fausset, Vice-President Glenda Page, Secretary- Treasurer Lisa Sublett, Sports Manager Liz Smith, and Historian Patty Arnold. S X Q f ff! 2 7 3 , Z tw ,rf ,. ffffaww ,is wt Liz Smith proposes a toast to G.R,A. Pat Fausset conducts a G.R.A. courtyard meeting, 1144414 M hill' 'Nu Gymnastics Club intends to straighten up . . . . . . ifthey have to bend over backwards like Dixie Zimmerman sm ymnasts Show Form, Style The new Gymnastics Club was sponsored by Coach Cunningham with officers Dale Knudson Pam Long Faith Henry and Deidre Scott Their AFS Variety Show act and basketball game halftime show were unique in the school 201 M155 Pyper oversees some stage work Kurt Threl labors amrd a forest of legs and props Thespian officers Cheryl Wardrum, Linda Samson, Sandy Edwards and Ronn Ramey led their club of actors in plays at home and contests away. One group traveled to present a puppet show to children. Thespians form the backbone ofthe little-seen stage crews. Thespians Add rarna , A v- XA Y f ff W , W' 4 , 1 f 4 s Z? K 1 WZ f X ff Z f W 3 Z ff .JW ny ,Mfr f f 1 , f ff W1 5 if 'W if V xl, Y ff' W 'U' fe 1 61' n Z .F .L. Holds Tournament The National Forensic League is a nation-wide group for speech and drama students. Under Margaret Lawing, john O'Brien, Roxanne jenkins and Michael Humphries, N.F.L. again hosted its invitational tournament and went to various tournaments all over the state. Debaters, such as N.F.L. members john O'Brien, Bob McCuen, and Steve Yokum are often seen researching topics in the library. 4 f Z , VAS Z wr, ,, 4572 w if ia X X e 'Q f a my y 2 f WE X fa f 49 fffo 1 ff, I ,fi ,4 6jUg5Qf5,,ag, ff 4 'W M, W f nm af M207 K ff 76115, :MMM ,W X X? JAM C Jw . x vc .f , Q ,fr Z", QW fa f Y if 7 fn f ,f, ' The Tower Paul Lentz and Steve Peterson try to hatch some German Club eggs. German Club members egg-zactingly prepare Easter eggs, .K.C. fBabel Zena Taylor explains Spanish Club's Aztec calendars, anet Lee contemplates the lighter side oflanguage clubs. 204 fi , ,N if im JET? N, ,.,,...........-.---N K dip- -,.,..,,,,...:.-an-' ., , . x... . g , The legend of the Tower of Babel ex- plains the origin ofthe many languages. The language clubs try to over- come this vocal barrier. German Club, under Miss Kaplan, decorated their Tannen- baum Christmas tree, held an Easter egg sale and went on a trip to Hermann, Missouri, under President Karen Chancel- lor, Vice-President Jerri Chapman, Secre- tary-Treasurer Kriss Pearson, and Historian joe Britton. Spanish Club, under Mrs. Zagorniak, Aztec went to a Mexican restaurant. They also had a Christmas party and carolled, and finished the year by r side making Aztec calendars to sell. Officers were President Zena Taylor, Vice-President janet Lee, Secretary Mary Virgo, Treasurer Cindy Scott, Sergeant-at-Arms Larry Kloepfel, and Historian Rosemary Mandina. Both German Club and Spanish Club had A.F.S. students speak: Tom Schafer and Tita Mata gave talks to their respective clubs. French Club spon- -sored by Mrs. Hendricks, held a bake sale, a candy sale, a stuffed animal sale and a jewelry sale. With all these sales, they each year try to make enough money to take a trip to New Orleans or Canada. They were led by President Lynne Winnbigler, Vice-President Margo Palmer, Secretary janet Kurtz, Treasurer Donna johnson, and Historian joy Williams. The urpose of teaching the languages of other countries is to promote under- P standing, the purpose of the language clubs is to promote friendship. N K. in Mr. Price and Mrs. Frost enlist Sherri Hitchborn to set up the Art Fair in the library. Art Club Artfull Sponsors Exhibits Art Club busily sponsored two field trips to the Nelson Art Galleries to see both visiting and permanent exhibits. They held an exhibit of student paintings at the N.K.C. Public Library in March, and in May had their annual Art Fair, adorning the school with paintings, drawings, and sculpture. Art Club officers were Sherri Hitchborn. Pam Mathews, and jill Van Alden, who were advised by Mr. Price. 205 Science Club Watches Weather Science Club promotes learning and fun simul- taneously. This year their major project was a weather station, with daily observation of air pressure, tem- perature, humidity and clouds. Under officers Tom Dobson and Susan Kephart, they had a record of 8'5'X1 correct predictions. Susan Kephart records Science Club's weather record. Q f .31-vi-.,.s,, it l ll Li 75 jackie Fortune, jane Withrow, and Linda Randall socialize at the Health Careers tea. .1-019' WY' Y 4 ' f at .fg- ...G ,. f4'5'j 5:4 .ii 3 f '-5 2 ,Ixus 'fajga p..gYv' O Ill 1 I l surf' Z C "1 Ill rn Z ru vs U5 as D Q- 5 Y' T 2. UQ 1 .-. Pl. 7.- 2 :V D' H :T rn O sa K' 'U sv '1 3' I fb sa: I-T' D' C5 sw 7 rn rn 'U V5 sponsor. H.C.C. Active With Aged With Mrs. Beigel as sponsor, and officersjane With- row, Cindy Haynes, jackie Fortune, and Arrnil Moore, Health Careers Club adopted the residents ofthe Comp- ton Nursing Home for Christmas, complete with caroling and stockings. They also had a speaker from the Western Missouri Mental Health Center drug and alcohol division. They made a tour ofthe Menorah Hospital, and in March attended a tea sponsored by 'the Gak Park Health Careers Club. ri 5 l CYS Vith- Jore, amp- bling stern sion. 'arch reers s-ew'-p f V awww-.fwf I I fi One of N.K.C,'s newest clubs formed behind Chris Kuehl, Randy Childers, Glenn Law, and K. L. Jamison, with Mr. Martin sponsoring. The Environmental Action Club brought pollution control worker Mr. Strain to speak. They held various poster drives and planned the sale of special non-polluting products. Working with the Citizens' Environmental Council, they attacked pesticides, solid waste and air pollution. A Guest speaker Mr. Strain Cbehind deskj watches as Chris Kuehl shows E.A.C. posters. I fl V O V C S E.A.C, members clean up the courtyards environment. Political Science Club was sponsored by Mr. Kirk- ham with President Tom Dobson, Vice-President Mark joy, Secretary Vicki Dove, Treasurer Kathy McCann, Parliamentarian Michelle Van Alden, and Historian Melissa Mann. The club's main activity was to attend the Park College Mock United Nations Security Council in December and General Assembly in April. Mark loy ponders ri problem at the Mock UN. Security Council mtfflrzg O . ll t t i 207 AF S Discovers "Walk together, talk together, O ye peoples of the world. Then and only then will ye have peace." With these lines in mind, A.F.S. brought three students to N.K.C. They also held their annual Variety Show, Americans Abroad Assembly, Bells 1 for Peace sale, Festival of Nations and ' A.F.S. Day. Under Miss Widebrook, of- ficers were Nancy Hodge, Lizjones, Margo Palmer, Kriss Pearson, Linda Samson, and Terry Meyers. Z Nm kwa," Zena Taylor found that the h dest thing to get used to in Sweden was eating five times a day: breakfast, and yqka, which is a sort of snack, th times a day." Zena spent the summer of 19 with the Carls- son family on a farm annais, Sweden on the Americans Abroad pr gram. Dismissing the infamous Swedish as "a ' she noted city life much like while the "families the farm are more closely tied. hey went vi ng to- getherf' She was impressed with the beautiful Swedish scen y, and e A.F.S. is "one of the greates il: l" hings in ou chools." Zena said that "wh e I was, kid i'i'A in groups to do things. wly I hey don't go out gly. WM Girls pay their way." She frownfd, "I think that many the people don't ui stand America. They'r more well inf med about other countries we are but I on't think their idea of Ame ca is exactly acdiuratef' it 5 ag! QQ ,MW 53 -, + X W3 r at " M an-n A ff --N . It's A Srta. Beatriz Mata Za transv, Qta. El Laurel Santa Eduvigis Caracas - 107 Venezuela Tom Schafer Burmesterweg 7 23 Kiel I Germany Chua Suat Moi I 504 Tanjong Kling Malacca, Malaysia I likes N.K.C I like Ameri were HPSOP She s. the bl I do said, I not jt count: people Sflata 1, El S - 7 ii Kling aysia Small . . BeatrizyMata Borjas has no favorite foodishe likes everything. "Titan of Venezuela thought N.K.C.H.S, "issvery easy compared with home, and I like the way you can choose your subjects." Tita's American "sister" was Roxanne jenkins, and they were often seen at sports events. Tita decided that "people are people everywhereg it's no different," She said America is "a gtfeat country, but it's not the best, because for me there is no best country. I do like to visit." Whenffasked about A.F.S., she said, "I think it's great. You learn from a country, not just the United Statesf you learn aboutefall they? if ww MW- countries all over the world. You meet dififefefnt people with different ideasjf t,.t t,,s t ff 4 I 40' , M "' f 209 210 W 'wwdi """' rf ' 4 1 .. M Vg H 7 . 'f , f f .. .' " 'gf if f' L .F l . . Y ,- f V V Vs L JH 3, V' 9 i sf Small "Students here take for granted their advantages in education. It seems they know they can enter college so they lose interest and sense of competition," said Miss Chua Suat Moi, commonly known as Mei. Qften seen with her American "sister" Kriss Pearson, Mei spoke freely of American life. Mei was "astonished at the instant everythingg you know, instant rice, instant tea. Americans always take the easy way out of things!" she laughed. She felt dating is too formal here. "I don't like the role the female is supposed to play. Girls think nothing of calling boys and asking them out in Malaysia." Her last comment was, "I think this entire experience was a worthwhile sacrifice of a year of my time. I've learned that people are people are people everywhere and we all must adopt a policy ofgive and take to live in peace together," imf mo- the wit "bi dri' An ing thij SU11 V .aw ow har pre wo- W C i rl I ..-- r interest rl' Kriss tant tea. role the "I think irywhere X pid' fx Q., N "Sa 'Wx 'Wifi gaqw iw H? rf it s casts-s ,, s Mfg 5 , val, wi , A Y ' " X www' 3 'V' ' . ' I' 3 3X ff 1 if 1 ' f""N?s, ' r V f r x v W ,, 1 Y ji ' aff ' X -f , Y skies X U ' 'N Nik, av, ' ' ,,. rv 'A orld! Y! fishy Z f ,Sf ,at '7' f Z ff ffs f of iff f if 2 I2 From under a mopygff brown hair, Tom said he was impressed by the America, but expecteigl it to be more modern. "It's not mughaflifferent than Germany? l-le mentioned the closeness of in Europe and thwneed to keep up with events that vifould affect the countries. shown around by his "brother" Myers, Tom "was surprised at all of the drive-in places eat. Cheeseburgers areyfdefinitely my favorite American food."'frfaIom favored group dagfng over American dat- - - .. 7 - - f' ing, and said, Ifve never been so occupied in ,m,y,,life. Every- f thing is so fast in pace." Tom was kept busyfas weresftfie other students, with speeches for various groups. "It's goodfl to get away and learn about new thingsg it makes you appreciate your own country and to judge others better," he noted, "ThiS'year has broadened my viewpoint and helped me rid myself of my, prejudices. If I had the 'opportunity to do it all over again would." i r t PM i 1 , g , i y If S, 211 Aw if Kia 4.-M .,, Q-if Z fWW' Under Miss McClintock, President Valerie Hughes and Vice-President John Woods, Future Teachers of America sold candles and stationery. They went to a childrens home to present a program. Their new Cadet Teaching Program was set up to give F.T.A. seniors a chance to teach or assist in some way at Norclay Elementary School, giving them a look at teaching from a new angle. Q...-if Mr. Cansler addresses Larry White and Future Teachers on college scholar- ships. Club Show Possible Futures For Students .Iv Miss McClintock, Miss Shatto and Susan Kephart seem to reflect the seriousness needed for scholarships. Future Homemakers of America, under Mrs. Fowler, was trying a new system without officers: those who wanted a meet- ing could plan it. They assisted in fashion shows and the faculty tea. F.H.A. Future Homemakers, Mary Sunderland, Paula Gibson and Terri Zimbelman, attend such events as a cooking class picnic. conci toriu arrai Fr Li ITL l Y W Around WHS :in CHI wi eriousness '85 SI- he Harmonaires Sing Lead by Miss Pyper, I-Iarmonaires sang for churches, concerts and the Christmas Carnival at the Municipal Audi- torium. They were directed in a special concert by the famous arranger-composer Jester Hairston, a considerable honor. V Miss Pyper swings again! From left to right, Row 1: Steve Peterson, jan Beck, Cheryl Burnidge, Pat Prunty, Cseatedl Becky Sutliff, Ronn Ramey, Miss Pyper. Row 2: Sheri Gilmore, Lynn Werner, Karen Boehnlein, Suzanne Levengood, Paul Helton, Cheryl Wardrum. Top row: Pat Pennington, Paul Lentz, Gaylen Thompson, Twila Smither man, Steve Morgan. 'K s , i 7 Y gb ,.,, Q W' fl M A Z -.4484 M ax , ' A i ,124 want awww-W f Q 213 214 , ,, ,.. ,, a 42, I K, -, 6 . ,Q Tanya Salugh, Denise Southerland, Pat Bec- ker, and Paula Reed show that softball fash- ions were casual. Intramurals Has Big Turnout Although basketball and volleyball were canceled due to the fire, the intramural program enjoyed an active year with five sports. Bowling, the most popular, had 22 teams, softball had 9. Football, tennis, and archery were also offered. Along with the many students participating, faculty members were often seen competing on the courts or the diamond. ' J A lot of "body language" went into bowling. jean Mynatt tells jo Ann Pulley, "Forget style, just get it over the plate! " The Employer-Employee Banquet. . . D.E.C.A. Works With C.O.E. Program Distributive Education Club of America did so well with their candy sale that they were able to paint the home of a poor family, besides feeding them. Guided by Mr. DeAngelo, the club also attended their annual banquet with C.O.E. mem- bers at the Gold Buffet. D.E.C.A. is designed to work with the job experience program to provide students with valuable first-hand knowledge of their chosen profession. was emceed by George Aoss . . . and well entertained by Kathy Bradley and Liz Ginn. 215 the cong with assel assex Stud this Pres Tree Corl f, ., . ..,-.-- --' ' QZAQ if' Besides their annual Homecoming and Chili Supper, the 1971 Student Council was busy with a proclamation to congressmen about the 18-year-old vote, and they worked with the administration to change the dress code. The assemblies committee arranged for several musical assemblies, such as "Up With People". The larger Student Council was again sponsored by Mr. Craig, and this years officers were President Doug Goodin, Vice- President Dick Ramey, Secretary Sherri Hitchborn, Treasurer Cinda Reed and Sergeant-at-Arms Lynn Corbett. Stu Co Strives 5 -- 1 ff f -1 fa . 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Q M! .9 2 , , 'V X ., flf .,,.., ....u,. . ----1""'s"""'f " ' N an ww , I 1. Carey Swope taste-tests his own work for the Chili Supper. 2. President Doug looks for an opening. 3. Stuco finds the fire scared all kinds of things out of the woodwork. Z Q, 7 217 The N.K.C. Key Club, spon- sored by the school and Kiwanis club, was led by Greg Guilfoil, Dennis Van Arsdale, Doug Day, Armil Moore, Scott Werner and Ken Ashcraft. Key Club served in the clean-up crew after the fire, and brought ex-drug addict jack President Greg chews over a problem. Hazelwood to speak at gin usstin- hly in November. Key Clubs Boy Scout Troop 702 for the retarded boys at the State School was in its second year, Besides various ral- lies, the club attended district con- vention. Dennis Van Arsdale and David Saunders give service with a smile Kenn Ashcraft and Armil Moore work with the retarded boys of Scout Troop 702. 1- iy d ts l- 1- 1 smile in as, W 5,22 Vicki Elmore tries some amateur modeling. Q Besides selling Buzz Books and holding a fashion show, Y-Teen girls invited their mothers to a talk session and viewed films from Vietnam. Model Sandy Rogers and a caroling trip to the Odd Fellows Home were activities headed by Cinda Reed, jackie Bray, Cindy Thomas, Susan Walker, Gail Edwards, Gretchen Brown and Donna Rice. Mrs. Suzanne Harrelson served as this year's Y.W.C.A. Sponsor. Cinda Reed and jackie Bray picket N.K,C. as Volkl? 51D 5 Paula Rule and Sherrie I-Iitchborn prepare the Sweetheart chapeau. jerri Crain decides that "it's only a paper moon." l'0y3 Terry Adkison Sharon Ann Allanson Patricia K. Arnold Carol S. Baughman Judith Ann Bosley joseph Lee Britton Gretchen E. Brown Ellen D. Burton jerri Chapman Nancy Ann Daniels Arnold R. Day,jr. Dave A. Durington Gailjune Edwards Sandraj. Edwards Albert Erdman Patjo Fausset Elizabeth Ann Ginn Steven R. Golnick Sharon Elizabeth Gorman jan H. Gruenkemeyer Catherine A. Haynes Suzanne Henderson Donnajo Hendren jim R. Hey Steve Michael Hillis Sherri Diane Hitchborn Nancy Carol Hodge Judy Kay Holliway Michael Donald Humphries Kevin Leejamison Roxanne V. jenkins julie Annjohannes Shirleyjeanjohnson Susan Lee Kephart Margaret S. Lawing janet S. Lee Vickie Gayle Lee Michael Earl Leonard Robert Steven Leslie Marco Reid Listrom Margaret Ann Little .K.C. ational Honor Society 220 if .ul R f'tf.??,gf fy I, X S 4 ig E. . 7 X 2 f T , f 1 f X , c .4 , ' g. "5'i'N4 , IM! , ..-- ,fav av f ,N 5 s. 4 fm, A p . - Msg : HMW7. f 49. X - 7" , yn '-,ff Z Q W ',v "'..3W ,wfaaaiw t ., ' wg' ., if f . , 2' 2 Q Milam , 'lava ,iw "fi nv - 'I M iw' J A. 5, ' Wag fww- Z fiizfi 451 ' ,T 'M .,,, Q MJ' .t f 'f at f . ' 5' I' 'QW ir-uw""U""""""" far'- l 'Yi' 4-3 Barbara Anne Loepp Randalj. Loy Paul D. Mattes Cindy Rhea McConnell Shirley Ann McKoy Sharon jane McRill Charlotte Lea Miller Suzanne Miller Chester Armil Moore Arthur Raymond Nance Kathy Ann Neiswanger Diana Lynn Norman Linda Kay N orred john Patrick O'Brien Eric Olson I john Edwin Olson Margo L. Palmer Kriss Louise Pearson Cinda Louise Reed Leannajean Richmond Robin L. Rogers Linda Kay Samson Cynthia Louise Scott Karen M. Shearer jerry Edward Spotts Charlotte Gail Starnes Susan Ann Summers Zena Loraine Taylor B. Colette Tracy Patricia F. Underwood Dennis G. Van Arsdale Mary Christine Virgo Guy Russell Voeller Susan Elizabeth Wamble Diana Weiss Rod Van Whitlock jo Gayle Williams Thomas C. Williams Lynne Anne Winbigler jane Ellen Withrow I i X4 1 l l f I-X, 9 P' ,L 'filfafi' f . 2 4' " V , 1 ,1 "1 n ii' JZ ffl, If , 'f Wg, 4 if 2 ' is Margaret Little makes some last-minute changes. O -Gr," ' ef Wielli i Doug Nolan wonders, Where s my article! Every two weeks a group of students begin to wander the halls with a distracted look on their faces. This is the Buzz staff with an approaching deadline, Guided by Miss Fairchild, they produce the Buzz, and learn news- 222 paper work at first hand. Left to right, Row l: Pat Talbot, Mike Leonard, Bill Thompson, Mike Matt- son. Row 2: Shirley johnson, Shirley McCoy, Denise Barchus, Patty Under- wood. Row 3: Kenny Nelson, Robert McCuen, Mark Miller, Tom Pritchard, m.355,4vtvv'1jqq "Ls: -M. ch 1' .f-I :gy GN Rand Little 772 l 5 l i l l 4, 4 i I i l Randy Hylton Doug Noland. Top Row: Miss Fairchild, Glenn Law, Margaret Mike Matt- ' my Under- Little, Patty Arnold, john Parnacntpjan Mynatt, i Pritchard. l Glenn Law and Miss Fairchild change Mar- garet's changes. This year Miss Fairchild's fifth hour journalism class put out one edition ofthe paper. The paper is printed for the school by the Dispatch offices. Denise Barchus decides which room will be shortapaper. 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This year Tri-M members were in the Symphonic Band and the Orchestra and went to concerts with them. In November the club held its annual banquet and initiation. Directed by Mr. White, the officers were President jeff Wright, Vice-Presi- dent Cindy Scott, Secretary Mary Virgo, Treasurer Chris Marks, and Historian Wendy Berglund, f: ijW ! f Q, y 43 , dec fin ini 'lit Bt Bc l te music 1 gift of er. This and the uber the by Mr. ce-Presi- fr Chris Procrastinators Late With Pictures New to N.K.C. was the satirical Procrastinators' Society, dedicated to the principle of delay. Their copy was never finished and their pictures did not develop in time to be included in the yearbook. Top: Procrastinators claim world-wide membership. Bottom left: Mike Sanders and jim Hey direct a meeting that no one attended. Bottom right: The Procrastinators' emblem of nothing done. 4 4 is f ff 'J 1 R J ' f , Q 1 RH Wx Y , 1 fa' 7 ww: , f dj -L- Mi . 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Amidst the excitement of the Homecoming football game, Cinda Reed, a North Kansas City senior, was crowned 1970 Homecoming Queen. Her attendants were Carol Baughman, jackie Bray, Nancy Daniels, Vicki Elmore, Diane Nor- man and Lou Ann Smith. Following the game, the annual Homecoming dance was held in the field- house. All who went, were amazed at the miracu- lous transformation of the gymnasium into a replica of a Monte Carlo Casino, complete with game table, roulette wheel and decks of cards. Music was provided by "Morning Star", of which janet jameson, a North Kansas City senior, is a member. i : if I s X Ek 6 X ..., I. NA KMW X ij, f ,f receiving her 1 Hg ity en. 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' Wfikw f Q -"' X -1, 1 N if 1 t ,E W 5 ""' fl V 5 ' i' 'HEI' S f ' -'O 'fa' S Z sw, ss Terror grips the heart of Roxanne jenkins as she realizest Flame Can't Compete With Fame. "IfI can't have my way, I'll just take my toys and go home!" The old saying "the show must go on" can be proven by the cast and crew of My Three Angely. Regardless ofthe extra work involved because of the fire-damaged auditorium, the sets were repainted and the production was moved to Antioch junior High's Little Theatre. Set in French Guiana in December of 1910, thejunior Class play, My Three Angelf is based on La Cuisine der Angels by Albert I-Iusson. Christmas becomes something very special with three convicts living in the Ducotel household. Transformed from prisoners to goodly angels, they bring happiness into the sadly harrassed family. r le jenkins as , . , ,yew wa ' she realizes that her que cards have suddenly been moved. Step 1 Touch . . . Step 2 Embrace . . . Step 5 'Wh A f 5 3 Dan Smith can t belleve he s now a dlscontmued number Rulmg wnh an lron hand, IS Pauls uncle, Henn Trouchard, Paul Lentz. 4 f I . ,f,T,,f 1 f ,V 4 in qnwnlswiawk ww Q 8804355 f 2110 f G 1,17 6 Ziff? ,wr is An excited Pam Mathews put the crowning touches on North Kan- sas City's lOth annual Wrestling In- vitational as she placed the trophey in Northtown's hands for the ninth year. Her attendants, Colette Tracy and Glenda Page, awarded second and third place medals to the de- serving wrestlers. im 0 1' 9 ri' y 1 n N W W w I A L. , if, N , EX A "VV ff ' :WI W, ' '....:Zw: : z , 5" 1 3 , g., V ,A ,,..: ,. , x ,, z f ', Y 'M . ,fi ' ' , J' fr MASQ ,M f' gz- , , ,X I, -3, I 1 I wk A 2 ZA W. ' 3, K 'MQ W X , -..-- Q . f WW f X XX ,gf A as Q Q f ,971 UHESTLING queen' is cms Pam mefhews Amidst the castle setting 2112 Clockwise: Sherri Hitchborn, Donna Rice. Carol Sutton and jean Mynatt. of Courtwarming 197 l , five girls anxiously awaited the corontition ofthe queen. Roses in hand, the 1970 Courtwarming Queen moved toward her successor. Pausing, joanie Schadel placed the royal bouquet in Susan Summers' trein- bling hand. After taking her throne, "The Queen and her Court" reigned over the remaining half of the Raytown-NKC game. midsc the cle setting Lvvarming anxiously ion ofthe th6 1970 fd fUVVllI'd -rs' trem- 'CIUi1HliII4Q,f Q 1971 Cozwffwmfnzzng zzeen Swan Szzmmew 11 X x X f 1 If ,,f X i , 'W ' ' ,f ,V ff-f f ,Av My M ff, - J ,ff mf yiim fa',,f ,V cf - In 4 f is , " l + f gf "':-.- I' U Y G V I .1 w, ', V .,, , AQ i W, 1 ,,,, f ,f ,,. ' W f 1 ff f DICK RAMEY , XX XX .ff X ,f X' if W Z f X f ff f 5 f f X f f ff W4 f f, "f-Ww fp? , ,,.,,.,, 5 . , f f AQ GREG DOBIE ,-f--i N iff' ,f - X-X X X ,xx fl, . X f NKDW DENNIS COPELA -- - - "-- ' A-V+ -- - ,Y V- ---A-- --.fd A---,..- ,-V.-.-4,. . ,. - . M. . . , , W-, ,, -4 Y V. - , ,M ut, b A- -V KING GF HEARTS 'SM ARNIE DAY RE 'W M v"'. CIIRIS GILES L YNN CORBHT7 246 uy, Sell, Win! Steve Foertsch escorts a beaming Peggy Stevinson down the snowy isle. Sherri smiles as another customer has "Hitched up with Hitthbornf' Each year a group of struggling senior girls follow a heated campaign trail in hopes of selling the most Purgolds and thus being crowned Purgold Queen. Because of a tie, this year's eight candidates were Peggy Stevinson, Sherri Hitch- born, Barbie Loepp, Glenda Page, Melissa McCall, Sandy Edwards, Margo Palmer and Terry Macken. Each hoped to be crowned queen when the final sales totals were knowng Miss Sherri Hitchborn's dream came true as she was crowned 1971 Purgold Queen amidst the Christmas decor of the Purgold staff's "joy" assembly. Miss Terry Macken was first Princess. W - ymfmm.. f S vzvv Z S . 1 ff 310141 Dressed in brown velvet, Barbie Loepp approaches the end of the campaign. l3ilii p, WZMJ ,M an ' H N 7 wif- A N: 2 yea 1. l Xi V Glenda's "Yellow Pages" is one place you won't find the number of McCall's newsstand. 2 vu v ui r i L. . 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Physics teacher, Mr, Craig, soloed on "Danny Boy" as Vice-Principal Mr. Blaine ac- companied him on his trumpet. Performing native dances were Mei from Malaysia and Tita of Venezuela, with Tom Schafer of Germany entertaining with a selection from Mozart. 252 Shelly Morgan introduces "Carousel Cabaret". Tita displayed her native talent. ,4-5 . Q4",L Is' ' ' T, , X xii ig V, ,H 4 ' an 1 . 4 J 6 I ' I-, I ,, I 11 V73 , Q if 3 itil yi , flargtjt ' ' XL 4 i, 'fix , jf 'td 5 51 , 4 W8 it 5,Kyx,.w 5 " 2, 4 0.24 f W4 W, 1 W W Wtwzhz, W, af .S , ' HWQWM , 6, i ,WZ fa N. If f , f WZ f , f "if , "Open your eyes Steve! You're missing your guitar strings Mr. Craigs decided teachings "not his thing' 5 ff "This is the dawning ofthe age 0fAquarius" by Liz Ginn and Gaylen Thompson. M 4 QV -'fff fir ' .M ,ij f 5. ' Z ,, . ,i.r. A W, f Q! 'Y 122.1 5 'ff . ff V ' ,fx-H.: Q 1 ,4 ,tw tm if ' "- , 'mv-i of Bol was and tim this Lei the ing sib as mpson. X CLASS GF 71 PRESENTS H I 'X wp Dr. Kingsley researches for his upcoming novel, Performing in the newly finished auditorium, was the cast of "The Impossible Years", this years Senior Class Play. Bob Fisher and Arthur Marx's novel, The Impossible Years, was the basis for the production, centered in the Kingsley den and living room in Old Westbury', Long Island. With a spring- time setting, the two-att play was the scene of '7 l. The exceptional set was equaled only by the casting of this years senior play. Dr. 'lack Kingsley. portrayed by Paul Lentz, and his wife. Nancy Daniels, are unable to cope with their nearly l8-year-old daughter. Linda Samson, W'hile writ- ing a novel on teenagers, the doctor learns that the 'impos- sible" years arent just ages l through IO? Dr. Kingsley . . Mrs. Kingsley . Linda Kingsley . Abbey Kingsley Richard Merrick Ricky Fleisher . Miss Hammer . Francine ..... Wally '... Dennis ..,... Andy .........,.. , Bartholomew Smuts . 4 . . Dr. Pleisher . . Arnold Brecher Irvin Kniberg . I B L E sE S . . , Paul Lentz . Nancy Daniels . . Linda Samson Debbie Brazelton . Steve Peterson john Richmond Elaine Brashears Kathy Lochrane . . . Cliff' Axtell , . 4 Dan Sadler . Kevinjainison . Mike Leonard , A . Kurt Thiel , loin XX"illiams , I . Doug Day 253 254 .4-v "What do you mean you think I did it?" "Peter Fonda. . . Eat your heart out! " 5, noisy ,mmf 1 JW 4.5! 4 f 4 y . iff MW fq W ,,Wf 2 f' f .1 f ,..W,,,M,,,, zz x'Lt M i ' W Z sa: 4 . 3 j Husky 2 "A bra! I told her I'd give her a band-aide! "She's right, we do have 'house-a-t0sis'!" 9: vw,- X wr pi. rr' , ,, s 'fmi C f l,,l,23-ghq-1 :tr-,:Q......,, X, "I should have known my BM? N,uIdn't ' 1, 1, , print t 1 it .ist letter. " agf n . ,, . ,- li., 'Q' .. s rf. .'e- "-. ,ga -ps 'M n - r 3 1 . 1 1 l fi .. I ,. W, 1 l I I . l l l 3 E s ? 4 l l E 5 W' 'ri 59 Q . . l pw fm? X I- , ' 4 l Miss Hammer is the epitome of vim, vigor and vitality. 7 sl.. F 5: s ', "But I told you you could call me "Smut", ifl could call you 'dad'!" Q5 Qteve Peterson as Ritlrarrl Merrick toriterupleittx :irintlirr lmcst-stller r gon' 755 l ill if Ei ri r L. 'l i l l l 4 l il fi ll ll l B ROAD s is,- W 2 .23 W f ,X I J f fu ff Flickering lights and a Broadway street set the atmosphere for this year's junior-Senior Prom. Despite the fact they were short on funds, the juniors gave the class of '71 "On Broadway", featuring the Broadway Clique. X 256 l. Couples enjoy free time to talk amid Prom settings. 3. Chris Williams and date dance to "Broadway Clique". 2. Underclassmen serve refreshments to "Broadway" patrons. Zi A. 8 S ...... W if Y, :hey were f af ' ' ' """3df 34? ' it 'i 31 g ,gg lllecapturing the spirit of Richard Morris i1andiQMeredithiXiliglsonls novel, was the cast of i this' yearfs Q musicals, i i'Thei .Unsirikable . Molly !Brown". Displaying their talents under the directionggofgMiss1gPyper, Miss Fulton and Mr. Whiteg theiproduction staff, the cast and the sorchestragre-enacted the famous life story it ofMolly Brown. Leaving her Hannibal, Missouri, home, Molly Tobin, Cheryl Wardrum, meets her future husband, "Leadville" johnny Brown, Randy Shepard. As the Brown's fail to fit into the Denver society, Molly buys her way into the European aristocracy. Finally realizing that wealth and prestige aren't everything and that Colorado is her home, Molly Brown re' turns home on the fateful Titanic. The five-night spring musical contained a startling amount of songs and scene changes, and the choreography of Miss Mary Alice Weimer put the extra sparks into the vivacious production. Costumes that looked as real as the bodies in them, added the Hnal touches of glamour that climaxed the weeks of practice and hard work. 2 4, W fa ff f' ,2.71kf!f? -, , 4 vm .t Q, , f ,Swat mpg UW we QW W A ff ff 1 K, My fw. 92? y , if fAW,a A Ar a , if , nf 0' . 1 , if J sf y asf it '12- ' It 32 Ffa , yi, jj .5 W f Wsggy VZ Z 'AWQGW f A The illiterate Missourian, Molly Tobin, "learns to read and write" on her way to join the Denver society. Head of the Denver "36", Mrs. McGlone, Katey McGuckin, introduces her guest pianist. After striking it rich, "Leadville" johnny Brown sings "Colorado, My Home" accompanied by Cliff Axtell. l .......-lx -, in Z? If a S yy M lo' F nl l E the Denver npanied by A 3 li l ,l l l l I I s 1 4 3 I 32 Wage wir c i , 1 .114 Molly Brown takes the Denver "36" by surprise with her crude and excessively Roxanne Sure?" X XB: ,Y . NW Kw- jenkins of the Denver elite sings "Are You loud Voice The Saddle Rock Saloon comes alive with Molly and a miners dancing. Ronn Ramey of the Denver police force was accompanied by Gaylen Thompson and Dan Sadler as they entertained between set changes. K 1 259 Phi Beta Kappa Award of Excellence - Sandy Edwards. Mike Humphries. Kathryn Neiswanger, Dave Durington and Susan Kephart Danforth Award - Sherri Hitchborn and Arnie Day Albert B. Fusorr Award - Dave Durington Ronnie Wade Award -jerry Sports Outstanding Athletes: Senior - Gary Millerg junior - Scott Brown, Sopho, W more - Cliff Doran Curators Scholarships to University of Missouri - Dave Durington, Gail fv -EL'1'flYHfdS,! jim Hey, Vickie Lee, Mindy Morse, Margo Palmer and i rir r 1 l'ri M ary Virgo ' Board of Triisiees' Scholarships to Maple Woods Community College - jerry McOsller,,john Olson, jerry Sports and Susan Summers Regents Scholarslrip to Northwest Missouri State College - Rod Whitlock Special Awards to Northwest Missouri State College - Robert Mcfluen, Steve Yokum Seniors Receive Awards ro Southwest Baptist College - Sharon Mellill, - Patty Underwood to Rockhurst Starnes ' ' Harvey Norman Gibson Music - Cheryl Band A - Steve Brian Gwen Ronn Ramey Award SteveY Award - Actor Paul - Linda Peterson -jeff - George Griffey, Leslie Kephart Award Memorial Keller Award Nancy Hodge l 1 ill XX ni CJ af 5: All i 'I-fi fi-gel .ia ig: V 'ii z3'g,f:m 1 Sri: 1 . 41, - 'sg 1559.1-"sr H t li 5-rg. 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ASSEMBLIES Pep assemblies around football season soon gave v ,. , , 6 musical ones such as the "Spurlows" and lip With P The always welcome drama assembly displayed Miss F best as Miss Hale followed with her excellent debate Wfith "This Atomic World" completing the year witl musical, athletic and scholastic awards to be given, the assembly signals the end of school. Gail Edwards, Varsity Cheerleader, begins the blies with a football pep rally. line of assem ff. 314' K -4 4563 t .KJ ,,t'3v - K ,p-."5'iif1.'. , 4 iff" ., yr ,L a Hmm We ve Dnl just Begun Under the direction of Miss Pyper, the A Cappella Choir sang before the presentation of the Class of 1971. l Commencement Processional . , ............,...., Concert Band Patrick White, Director Invocational ..... . . . Mike Sanders Senior Class Gift Presentation . . . . . . Arnie Day "We've Only just Begun" ............. Williams-Nichols A Cappella Choir Introduction of Speaker . . . ....... Dr. R. B. Doolin Superintendent of Schools Address . . ....,... Dr. H. W. Schooling Interim Chancellor University of Missouri - Columbia ' Presentation of Class . . . . . . Dr. Robert C. Howe DI Principal cl' Presentation of Diplomas .......... Mr. Phillip C. Harmon, Mr. Richard Mattox, Board Members Benediction . . . . Vickie Brewer Alma Mater . . . . . Senior Class J' 'in 7 4 . MX-..., f .M A. , -A Kg NA 3' Y A v "' ll f 'lu of ' f ss: E V r W 1 ,u Mig ! v '11 I fm A Aclkison, lerry-f -lunior Class Sgt. of Arms, Football 5, Track 3, National Honor Society. Ahern, Colleen-Pep Club 5, P , Alcox, Robert-Band 5, Pep Band 3g Basketball lg Golf lg Track lg Intramurals. i A Allanson, Sharon--COE lg National Honor Society. ' I l Pep 1, H ntramura s. Staff 2g EAc lg ans Creative Writers murals A AFS 3, "Brigadoon"g "Carnival", 2, Buzz Staff lg Intramurals. l' EAC l' Golf? Basketball l, 5, FHA 3 s, Homecoming Attendant l EAC l' Student Council lg Intra- Bg Pep Club 3-pom-pon girl AFS Dale, Fred-FCA lg Student Caraway, .lon-'Boys Pep Clnb lg Student f orintil I Pmjzfofd Edwa, Staff 2. , Carr. Diana Pep Club 2, AFS 2 Y Carr. Robert-'Football 5. Edwa Chancellor, Karen--Pep Club 33 German Club 2-president, Band Eksm I' I Chapman, Jerri-'German Club 2-vice-president, National Honor Ellis lilmor Chatlos, Frederick-COE 1-vice-president. V Childers, Randall-EAC l-vice-president. Society. H Enterl Evans laysia, Student Council lg Purgold Staff 1. - ' F Q Chua, Suat Moi-Pep club li, AFS l-exchange student from Mai ep . Claxton, Andy-COE 1-vice-president. q T V Kathy l-historian, French Club 1, - . Staff l Carnival FSH-133' Flana f Foertr Cox FOIS63 Cres Crowley tive' Football 3' Track 2' Debbiew-Pep Cl 39 AFS 64 l, 'l hespians 2. Pep Club 3. Club lg cross country 2, Track 2 3, Y-Teens 2, FHA lg A Cappella Track l 1, Track l Health Singers Club 3 Cain, David A erBoy s Pep Club ,murals , . ,Q 2 3, Intra7 Club 2-maioreg 5, Intra- 2-chaplain Vice President, Curator s Societx "Most Outstanding V p Persionalityfl A H A p 266 jenkins. Roxanne' -Y-Teens lg AFS 3-Tita's sisterg NFL I- secretaryg Thespians 2-clerkg Pep Club 3-junior varsity cheerleader, varsity cheerleaderg Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore Classg Secretary-Treasurer of junior Classg "Carnival"g "My Three Angelsng "Unsinkable Molly Brown"g Prom Chairmang National Honor Society. jennings, LaDonna-FI-IA lg Pep Club 3.T johannes, julieMAFS lg French Club lg National Honor Society.. johnson, -Donnae-Pep Club 3g French Club 3-treasurerg AFS 1. johnson, Gary-COE 1. y I I johnson Shirley-Pep Club 33 AFS 33 Tri-M lg A Cappellalg Buzz staff lg National Honor Society. . T T Pzfrgolc! Stall' 2-business manager. l'z1rA:ffTz'rf Queen Atten, dantg National Honor Society. Isongujolin -fKey Club 2-treasurerg Tennis 3, Intramurals Lopez, james!-FCA 23 N-Club 33 junior Class Representative Senior Class Vice Presidentg Cross Country 3-totaptaing Basketball Zg Track 2g "Most Outstanding Personality' Love, Dannye-DECA I. T Macken Terr -Pe Club 3-banneretteg Y-Teens 2g AFS Variety .T .Y . P . y Showg Purgold Princessg WHB Sports Reporterig "Best ' Figure." A I 'T I JOne5f.lSff'fFC0E Lpfesidemi' T T lljyiisy A I flvlaiers, jertyf-+Key Club 2-secretatyg+Health Careers Club 2- JOUPS- A A I T.fi7if.presidentgScience Club I-secretary. - T y My ' y A TMaiidina,iiR0semTairy'-eSpa'uishTClubT35ghisto.rianrgyMixed Chorus 2. -',i' I r'sl T Kf-j I I Man2o,lMicl3eIe-TDECA lifiIPgfisWiStaff if T TT , A, All il',l't 1 5 -y,r fi 'l,-, ff' iff. rill I IMSIGHTTChffTY1"PlffHlf5iTC'5if6r.SClvbf T I TT 'A , KH1ffHl??Fh4 l.TY? 4FfiGif?'f5?ffPif31Pl2f?-ifT 'ff y'i' li"s"Tl I C Rolgertflllilfffii y,lT -'ll I llry S yi Tx. fn, ,,J'i 5-My N. All I ils' from VenesulTaigiiSpanish Kem? aiM l i Tl ll 1 i i I teit I I s i' i, T - T. rrs KePh??fFf 5uSan'9i5P?f?iSh Gab eTTi f5fSSCfetafYT3I?iFf5l'Sl1f??ii7 'lif "TTTl Sfaawand 14 22215CifffiCTC T2:SsCfftaYTi ,Nafieffai +fMFfifT irei il' uy y I f i T sii TTr si Kiffr i..r, T1T' a TTtr,r . li"'l 'is' I . A lilil KiHgTLaffYt+eEAC?t12el1APS Vmifil 5hil?Wi.?u'ff??5'fSfa.ffi2 iff' '1'r,,i I TTTii T iiii'i"ii'f'fl ef FP T "'i tr,. Krohner. Melvin+BQy 'WPepy,Clubi3 l 3TpfFC Vjsy N-Club 12g I Mfmsqfhj Buzz t.i li' I 'lt' "ili illl ' lil' 12 I' riyr ,ii, tives iiiiiiii I I j:'4 ,,j- TT Azt. 1 ll Vjt' 'il'l,i ftTL"' Club 3'bd?f35f?ltCi? T.2TT T T I ,,TT f rtye . as 34 ' If Tllil i T., ' yile, ,,t ,,y4 il.T T T T iii slf TT TTTCTT . 1 Lawf C195 ll EAC lidifeml Of.feffsSP.QH6etassTs51351 ie'. AMCGutiSiaQi'tT?i22atuieen4iflQtep-T lT9a550Cf?le5dif?'fi1WTffSfli'lS 175 ifffiieife5IQ'3li2li.T F599 ' T'l' 'Tr' A 3 iilfi i,'l . 'if I eyis o.i',' T i'n'i, f iJ'i TITK1 F -,ye .f'T..l LaW'???f5tiiWF8?f?ffi??R "yyy 9lPl?iT5Tlaf4.?lf.5 12 NFL 34Pfffad?9fz1l.fLllfS?Tf'i'iii , "iy TttThsSPx?eHs3TTTT1f31fFfs?SuTfff2zl Alfsfnars 5 Jwifif lf' li?fTTqQ1aSS.,.- eilr R?PF?f5ff'FaliYe21 Tsllfi A rV?'ieFY"T'5h0"95 t'f1D0'P'Ft Dim? The A TTTCC .599ifFY' I I ltli I TT . r,TV T riyr .Sliiitey-Pep Club sg Lee' l!ll'?t'F'5P?94Ti5'l7TTttjclull' T-3'meFafYf" 'VlC'?fPfeF1denY? . .FTA J?TQlfif3T iierf TAPS 1: Buzz Staff iyi. Na- TPg?5lll?9l'lii'AliS N?f'?mlTH0'70f'iiSf9C1elYTT .T f .T 3 ciirT gag ','.' Sotierys. Let Scholarship Sfmi'Fie1issNafi0Ha1 s T eeie e SOUSFY' 'IT . ,g A ' ' T I I . T A ' T Leslie, Denisef-Pep Club 35 Student Council 23 GRA 35 Y-Teens MCOSkeryGem .ti.Aj Ty.1s.iTf,5.543..T.T ,J-y TZ W y A 3T4T.ltunif'f 'C1aSSTRePffSsHfafivf: Call and .Gown and Af? .McRil1i,Sharot1r4fFTA 1i':fi1ii5iiiiiiialie15:it5l i'li sane-ty. ' 5 ,U0F'1CemenfeC9fUm1fffef Q T S I Melvin, jon-effeaffiivai'?T?igT..:.'.T.if.r,afig4a0fs,iT' 'funsinkabia-Molly Leslie, Steve-eFootbalITlg Track lg lntramuralsg National Honor 'Bmwnw Bah Pep. Baba 52 Wresiling 2? SocietygHMathAIw'ard.' I I p y T T y Track 1:3 Tjij fp 7 ' Lewis, Kirke-4Football lgTTrack 2. I TI T Meyer, 1jAVid..dBandV1.Ak' y fp Listrom, Marco--FCA 33 N -Club 25 Student Council 23 Sophomore Class Presidentg Football 3g Traek 2g Intramuralsg National Honor Society. Little, Margaret-Y-Teens 2g Pep Club 5-pom-pon girlg AFS Variety Showg Mini-course Committeeg Buzz Staff 2-editor- in-chiefg National Honor Societyg Buzz Recognition Award. Livasy, jeanie--Pep Club l. Livingston, William-Boy's Pep Club lg German Club 1-presi- dentg Intramurals. Loepp, Barbara-Pep Club 3-pom-pon girlg AFS jg Student Council lg AFS Variety Showg Announcement Committeeg Milan, Dennis-Band Iffllrack 33 Football, lg Intramurals. Miller, Charlotte--AFSff2'j National Honor Society. Miller, Elizabeth?-Pep2Club l. Miller, Garye-fliootball 3g Track 3g Intramuralsg Senior Athlete OfThe'Yearg "Best Build." Miller, Mark--Buzz Staff 2-photo editorg Buzz Recognition Award. . 3 Misenhelter, Mark-FBoy's Pep Club lg Baseball 5g Intramurals. Mitchell, David-Track 2. Moburg, Dale-Boy's Pep Club lg Cross Country 2-to-captaing Track 3g Intramurals. Mora M ver Nlyrl Myn C f Nano Neill, Neisv Nelso Niche Nichi Nolai Norn Oehl Olson Osbo OWC1 Page Paln Palo Pant Past Payi Peat Pea: Pell Peri Pitz Xtten- ativeg ptaing ilityf' ariety "Best gb 2- fus 2. Qanish lg eps 33 gistling Qgward. aativeg trover- iiire 34 ' g ' 3 iliestra igibvardg -Cl'l'Il2il'l eg Na- omen's 'Molly' ing 2, ' thlete gnition murals. liiplfilfll Moon. lslikeee-DECA lg MOOKCX' Ar'mlfPPAF5 33 Kel' Club 5-treasurer, Health Careers UUP -l'h'5Ufflaf1L Basketball lg Tennis lg Intramuralsg Optiiuister ol the Year, National Honor Society. Morse. Mindy Cerman Club lg Y-Teens 5, Pep Club 3-porn- POH Silfll AFS Variety Showg Student Faculty Committeeg Bfilld ll Curators Scholarship. Myers,4'I7erry--ll-linniel Boys Pep Club lg AFS 2-sgt. of arms, Trims bfmhfffi FCA lg Student Council lg Basketball 5g Intramurals. MYUaUl,.J204'Pep Club 3-bannerette, Buzz Staff lg NKCrDi.t- patch correspondent. Mynaftgggylfwffpfp Club 3-banneretteg,"fCarnival"g "Brigadoon"3 Eg ,eA Courtwarming-Attendantg Area Foundation Awardrrf ' V 'A " F,. jf . I A Pritchard, Thomas-'Buzz Staff lg Football 5g Trade Q' "Best Couple." ' A K Pumphrey, Cynthia-COE lg A Cappella l. A R Ramelb R0n3ld'4Tfl-M 13 NFL lg German Club lg Thespiimg 2. treasurerg Harmonaires 33 A Cappella 5-presidentg "Car- nival ', "Brigadoon"g "Unsinkable Molly Brown"g "MV Three Angelsug Football 1, "Most Active". I i Ray, Pamela-Pep Club l. A Redenbaug, Connie-Pep Club 2g DECA 1. A Reed, Cinda-FHA 3, Y-Teens 3-president, Pep Club vyvice. presidentg Student Council 5-treasurerg Homecoming Queen. National HOIx0r Society, Home Ec Award. A RCSCH Peggy-Pep Club 1. . g V Q by 1 lp tg - gpt. ' gy g a Rhodes, Debbie-fPeplC1ub 34fiOff1ei-S1maSe0tg Y-Teensl. NancegzRaymopdsSpanIshpCylu.b Sp-sgt. pf arms: sfqlgliiillvslg Rice, .DonnatiHPeppk,Clj1b 3-section C 1- p R I g'tf ',.g ,ai ii ippg Club L.: Y-Teens i3Qhl5iQ0,-igpf Court- Neillr A ' A . If fiiiramufais. Ne'S"l?flgef 3? F1395 Ffilaa- fgrf- I i"i li9fW'SlUf3.l9f iRlfRtFS.srit2five:f"' 'Football 2- A fg'r N and iiggfati r'i. ..4.,i.i'gi iglf feiii - l'til' ...ig . 1 SCPAR l ' A fi 'ili .g.ig F 2111! A ii' -Teens lie gtg' g'f i'Lft 'igg ' gi' tigrfc l .'.. 'tii PCP aeite'i liii ig'a irii .,r. iirt 5 ilii iiai tiiil A i'lii li' 1: S' iflilii ' A I "i"f g'liS Ociftyifi i'i .i'i't iSa1Yf.rt2EZl?ifith+DECAf11 igc- . OSbOf.liQQJiiii3af+?Ps1?Club 2- .c' g.ii f ...id .eil L iaei Samseflf Linda-P6P 22 ....t AFS- owengafiariffgars iglg. 1 ff..carniiail.ifg3f: gc.g president, .tva "rua Heiressff Vstii Q ppgn Molly -igi BifrMi1552:l'lBe55l as Sfage Hem'1i4i5i'if'3Sl?f Band T5 aii Nati6fia1"rSChQO1Orch'e5ird l'i Award? 'c'gg1i Y 1 ,Ag'i. .ii. if?f?3i5 if .ggg pdvg . .4 Aly gg: gii Vlpl 1,3 , g I Sanders, lgi. It giqxv V 3 , ltgp P g it Sanders, 'pmiliefstudenr c0unei.1ri.i.g',,B5Qsi1eeplitilub ipiirggwza f P 1 A "" e g , , , Staff-eo9erlitorg Intramurals, QQ QQ i',g, A I 535 ' Page, Glendaf-Pep Clubs P3-junior ,varsity cheerleader, ,varsity Schafefg, g.pt liexchange-,Student .pq.p. fmnpwest Germany? cheerleaderg GRA 3-vice-presidentg Y-Teens, Alternate r g y is Key Club 12 Smdentcmmcilg1LpAFS.vamty junior Class Representative, Intramuralsg PurgoldpfQueen Attendantg Wrestling Invitational Attendant, "MostAAthletic. Palmer, Margo-Pep Club 3g French Club 2-vice-president, AFS 2-secreraryg AFS Variety Showg Cap and Gown Com- mittee, Intramurals, Purgold Queen Attendantg National Honor Society. Palooka, johne-Key Club 5, German Club 3, EAC lg Chess Club lg Tri-M lg Student Coundil 3g Track lg Golf lg Intramurals. Panter, Melvin-'Art Club 5g German Club l-Sgt. ofArmsg EAC 1 Pastori, ShirleyfPep Club l. Payne, Kathleenw Pep Club 2g Band 5, A Cappella lg Pep Band 2. Peacock, Elizabeth--French Club 5g Chess Club lg Pep Club lg "Carnival", "Brigadoon"g Band lg Orchestra 5. Pearson. Kriv. eee- Pep Club 33 AFS 2-treasurer. Mets sisterg Gerziuiu 1 lul, Laserrernrx'-treasurerg National Honor Society. Pgllff. LJ!-'llitf ldty- l' ,nil 'wg Y-'I CCHS 5, FHA l. Perrin Rini lllgl l 1 pirsulent, Intramurals. Pitner.Sl1er'i.l iff f I S lririmgrerteg Band 2, Intramurals. I Show. r f r M - x . Scott, Cindy-Q-Pep Club 34 Spanish Club- 3-treasurerg AFS 21 Tri- M 3-treasurer, vice-presidentg Band 3g Pep Band 23 Na- tional Honor Society. Scott, Dorothy-NKC Singers 2, Intramurals. Seidel, Nancy-Pep Club 3-bannerette. Shearer, Carolyn-Pep Club I. Shearer, Karen-Pep mitteeg National Honor Society. Club 3-banneretteg Cap and Gown Com- Shore, Patricia-Pep Club 3. Smith, David-Band 3-sgt. of armsg Pep Band 5, Stage Band YY Football lg Wrestling 2. Smith, Liz-Pep Club 5, Y-Teens 2-sports manager, A Cappella lg GRA Award. Smith, Lou Ann-WFHA 5g Pep Club 5g Y-Teens 21 llonictovnin, Attendantg "Best Couple." A67 T Take It Smitlicrman, Twila-A-Harmonaires 5, A Cappella-secretaryg "Carnival"g "Brigadoon"g "My Three Angelsng "Un- sinkable Molly Brown". Speiser, Sheila---A Cappellag NKC Singers lg COE l. Spoor. jeanniew-Y-Teens lg Pep Club 3-pom-pon girlg Student Council 2g AFS Variety Showg Intramurals. Spotts, jerry--N-Club 2g FCA lg junior Class Representativeg Senior Class Sgt. of Armsg "Brigadoon"g Football 5g Wres- tling 3g Track lg National Honor Societyg Ronnie Wade Award. Stancoff, Anne-Pep Club 5-section N secretaryg Senior Class Treasurer. fro, Mary--Tri-M 5-secretary, Spanish . U -.-r i y, AFS lg "Carnival"g Band ig Pep Band 5: Liirutors Stliolar- shipg National Honor Society. Voeller, Guy'--FCA lg N-Club lg Student Council 5-tiirulitlgite lor STUCO presidentg Tennis 3g Basketball 53 lltititlmll 23 Nu- tional Honor Society, "Best Dressed." T Votipka, Glennee-German Club lg Boys Pep Club lg AFS lg N- Club lg junior Class Representativeg Football lg Track Zg Cross Country. y W Stephens, Mike--A-DECA Stevinson, Peggy Pep Club Sg junior Class 2-head photographerg Pur- treasurer, Van Walker, Susan4Pep Club 3-porn-pon girlg Y-Teens 2 StuclentQfCouncil lg junior Class Representzitiveg AFS ety Show. 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Goodin i 60 217 1 Goodman 139- Goodson' 60 V '23,101-' 1 A V .Mike Goodson' 139,184 ' Mike 231 1318184 1 Vince. Gordon 103,179 Lisa Ferronv 101,198 Gorham 139 , Gary Fetters V' ,101 ' ' Mark Fidler ,591 E Kathy Firestone 59 Debbie .Fischer 59' - Kiana Fischer 138 Clifton-Fitzpatrick 59 Paula Fitzsimnions 138 james Flanary 23,101 Woody Flanary 59 Dan Flannagan 138 V Randy Floyd 59,181 Rick Floyd 101,182 Steve Foertsch 59,178,246 , Brenda Foltz 101 Anne Ford 101 Kathy Ford 10,1 Lori Ann Ford 138 Mary Ford 138 Teresa Ford 101 Theresa Forrester 138,236 jackie Fortunex 60,206 Sharon Forsen 60 Kenneth Foster 102 Rick Foster 1-02 james Fox 138 joseph France 60,260 Dianne France 102 Don Frank 23,138 - Doris Frame 102 ' Steve Freeman 138 ' john Friend 23,138 Patsy Frike 60 - joan Fuller 60 Kathy Fuller 102 Donald Fulton 60 Gorman 61,189,220 Gorman 139 ' Gosney' 103 Gotschall 61 Gourley 103 Graf 139 A Dave Phillip Dave 61,179 Guenther 61 C,rt Quilfoil 139 ,sifE?24Gu11f011 61,218 ' Leslie Gust 139 Gerald Hale 62 Hale! 139 Hale 140 Becky Hall 62 Don Hall VV,, 62 Bruce Halstead 140 'Halstead -62 Hamill 104, Hamilton 62 Hamilton 140 Patricia Hampton' 23,104 SandraHampton 22,140 Bob Hand 62 ' ' Mark Handley 62 V David.Handy 140,184 - Larr Hardin 140 Perry, Hardin 62 Wes Harness 140 Donna Harper 140 Linda Harper 104 Bill Harris 140 Linda Harris 104 V Gruenkemtyer 23,61 ,220 1' 7 f 4 fv , I i , ' I 1 . 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