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

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S ,aff C' Sb' 5-zf fvrfff A 1, f., ' In if ff .sf if H f xx ii' fy A 'I 4, 11161, C 1 :T , I wet If Q4 bn " , , Avid? :Jaw The I 979 PURGOLD would like to honor three ladies who ha ve dedicated a tremendous amount of time and effort to North Kansas City High School. Their great concern for the betterment of each student and the high school as a whole speaks for itself Miss Mildred Fulton, Miss Charlotte McClintock and Mrs. Juanita Ness are certainly special HORNETS to all of us. This year's staff would like to commemorate their last year at Northtown through this dedica- North Kansas City High School's specialist in the area of language and literature has been Miss Charlotte McClintock. For thirty-four years she has been educating her HORNE TS in sub- jects such as Basic English, Advanced Composition, Shakespeare, Modern Novel, and English Masterpieces Of these, she pointed out Shakespeare's MACBE TH and Chaucer's CANTERBURY TALES as her favorites because her students have enjoyed them the most. Prior to coming to Northtown, she taught at a small school in Bosworth, Missouri, and at an elementary school in Glasgow, Missouri, for seven years combined. Then, after receiving her Masters in Education, Miss McClintock came to Northtown. Besides sharing her knowl- edge in the class room, she has sponsored Pep Club, Y- Teens, FTA, and the Senior Class. Being associated with young people and working with them on a one-to-one basis has been a most worthwhile experience for Miss McClin- tock. Miss Mildred Fulton, a graduate of the class of '37 of North Kansas City High School, has been serving as a teacher for thirty-seven years. The first two years of her career saw her teaching in Ma ysville, Missouri. She then came to Northtown where she has remained ever since. In Miss Fulton 's early years at the high school she taught History, English, Speech, and advised the BUZZ and YEARBOOK staffs. She has also spon- sored such clubs as Masque and Gavel, Quill and Scroll, and Pep Club, as well as assisting and directing plays and musicals. In recent years she has conducted speech classes, sponsored Thespians, assisted with NFL, and continued to direct all the dramatical and musical productions. Miss Fulton 's special talents in the Held of drama will be missed by many. However, her reflection will be seen on the theatrical stage of Northtown for many years to come. ' L ,..-5.2, ,, Plus ,fx ,Vg W, , 'W , , ' if I i?7i-'Sl'-'7' 4331. 35 -- .124 'Cr-if 4 ' " I L p ,'1fi:'-.vpx-:'J4p L. gt 1 td'-"inf f'f"'9' X . - J ,Q 111i,f:,',f,, Y V -f,,.X'15 - va-ff -Q awww 4 4 '-'.','X4, 4. W,,.f,j-'g,x1':, X -44 e. - -. 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T sh . ' -I, I . . .A gh. 1 r .AV ,Q V - . A Hur, ,..g-f". Q 1 Fi...-5' M ' U4 . ,pr Q gg .453 ng 4 'fQ,ff":Q'f",f'-' 44 . 4 'w",,w , HLA ' , .A , ,:.'T.f'i..-vz"' ..:.kr1.1a is Mrs. Juanita Ness. a graduate of Betheny School of Nursing. has been a registered nurse for thirty-four years. Her Hrs! experiences in health care were in private and hospital duty. She then accepted a job with the North Kansas City School District which lasted twenty-seven years. During her first ten years as a school nurse, she traveled to various elementary schools in the district, as well as working at Eastgate Junior High. Her seven- teen years at NKC ha ve seen her doing everything from taking care of the ill to dishing out Hngernail polish for runs in hose. Besides this, she has been directly involved with the school 's annual Blood Donor Day. During the Vietnam War she helped S TUCO prepare ditty bags for the overseas soldiers. 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Ms. Vicki Baker, Vice-Principal. 4. Seated at a regular school board meeting are the members of the board. Mr. John DeArman, Mrs. Freddie Nichols. Mr. R. Eddie Carter, Dr. Charles Sackett, Dr. Raymond Waier. Mr. Bob Raines. Mr. Victor Howard, Mr. Robert Johanson, and Mrs. Frances Foerschler. 5. Mr. Francis Galbraith, Vice-Principal. 6. Mr. Walter Borgman, Vice-Principal. 7. The Superintendent and the Board of Education send out a monthly newsletter with this heading. 8. Dr. Howe is presented with a souvenir from a visiting German student. 9. Dr. Wafer began this newsletter to keep everyone informed about declining enrollment and measures taken to deal with the situation. Under the direction of Dr. Raymond Waier. the Board of Education dealt with many issues concerning our school. Among them, the Board was forced to remove a day from our spring break since a school day was missed due to snow. This year was the Hrst year for girl 's softball in Northtown, which pleased many girls. Our Board also passed several rulings which enabled our school to offer college courses in the areas of business. history, and languages. At Northtown. our principals, under the direction of Dr. Robert C. Howe, made decisions which affected our students daily. Mr. Galbraith offered guidance and assistance to any wayward student while Ms. Baker coordinated Activity Periods. During Ms. Baker's first year at our school. 7 she also initiated the payday breakfast parties. Mr. Borgman was in charge of scheduling and enrollment for this year. 1 75? 35 . f, .jay zgfff: z 1 46,5 ,f ! .lava M 1 'ff ,. ' Wo' ,, L, X 4, , f Mfr' " ' 3' - A 711' -2 fr Q .- iffy ' . X F: wr 5 ' A .51 ,g , 1 'Ss sxn,1'x, SRS 5 ' S vs 59.3 3 f QU MQXIQJ 9 r, hmgfdu' A I fW'X mm fu I I ,, fini fr: Y Q f ,I SQY, uflfffv OX. YH E 4975 X, ,V 7 5 4 42+ ff 4 f 5 4' ! lb! J A N.. fix IJ J . 4 1 X , . 5 f : ' 7' 4 , rg 5 2, 1 1 4 I '22 X 0' i . as i ' , f .1 2 J f A f uf fm 'S we FT: -' X' 3 Q' X U J 5 ' 5 7 ? 'K 1 Xl I x Involved... ln Business, In Community ln You! I ' vvvvvq L 1 f WMM 'E LOOKING HI-l6F1D I ,7 . if Despite the change in our Secretarial Staff things were run rather smoothly. Early in the year, Mrs. Chaney left the school and was replaced by Mrs. Guthrie. All of our secretaries had various duties ranging from checking attendance to taking the principal 's dictation. Other chores included keeping students' permanent records and operating the intercom. They also were the most aware of all current activities occurring within the school. since they sold sporting events tickets and answered any student's questions. Il 5 l' 9 3 Billie Chaney Carolyn Gulherie Janeth Weber lou leimkuhlcl Oda Via Donahue Mgfrle Chasiain 36 ll "ll . guss- W I. Mrs. Rosa Lee Dickensheets: Interior Decorating 2. Mr. Joe Brown 3. Mr. Robert Briggs 4. Mr. Loman Cansler 5. Mrs. Nona Young, Counseling Secretary 16 4 5. ,x XJ S. if ,. 1: 71 Y 4312 wi? 52' ' 97:2 ,i ,Ea23Qf?,f W. ,,., .P ff .- 'iblgg ?11?5if I 2-3. 'gifs . ' i I Mex: I l ff time ' P 'fs if! in I -- av: .f fine' ff ivv R uf W --...N Q i entry No. K.C., Mo. 64116 21-0185 Student Gol Circle the number preceding apply in your case. A. After graduation fron 1. To attend college 2. To attend trade, vor technical school. 3. To enter service ori- 4. To become a homei 5. Uncertain. e goals which gh school l pl What colle ional or we occupation ker. B. For my life's vocatior: ' 1. I plan to be...--. 2. l am uncertain, hawu schedule for the students by V5 slor. Please do not sign this form .-,,,,., Stu dent's S ignatul lade no choii J-erative efto ess you appr - l... --' -P-1 1 mug--N ..c...,, ff ? 'x f fyau WS huv,,2.? .64,M-5-QS K.C., Mo. 64116 21-0185 Student Goi e number preceding your case. :er graduation frorr To attend college To attend trade, V01 technical school. To enter service ow To become a home1 Jncertain. 1' my Iife's vocatioi e goals which gh school I plan: What college? ional or we occupation. ker. plan to be ...,-- l am uncertain, haw the students by C not sign this form . Student's S ignatu 1 'ade no choice. erative effort of 'SS you approve Counseling Given IDENTIFICATION BLOCK Q Q2 Q 9 as ia e fa E D 9 a 0 Q R S V 82 ED CE 2 go tv 000000000 000000 00 0 0 0 0 00 00000000000 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OQQ S-Axjfggliiflj 000 ogge 000 000 0 0 000 000 000 C300 000 000 000 000 000 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 00 Q QL' 0 .gr Q. 0 Q, 0 0 0 CD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q1 0 0 CQ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 lx-J 1 0 0 Q, 0 ag, 0 0 0 CQCD 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Qi 'CBJ 9 Q 3 S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 CQCJCJ 000 0 0 -C069 CD00 000 000 000 000 000 CDCDCD 000 CD00 000 000 C5300 000 000 000 000 000 0 00000000000 00000000000 00000000000 00 000000 0 oooggoooooo 00000000000 0000 0000 0 - 000 000 00 00 0000 0000 00 00 0000 0000 000 000 go 00 0 0 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0 00 0 00 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 llllllllllllllllll 5 -A fVf,Q v if I This year's counseling staff was very dedicated to helping the students throughout the year. The counselors conducted standardized tests for all grade levels which were designed to determine student progress and to qualify individuals for scholarships. They also reviewed class schedules for next year's enrollment, and they went over the number of credits each person had. Also, our counselors listened to any students who had personal problems and offered guidance to them. 55533 sages was ogg 5000 0 2 00000 0 0 9 3393 4 illl Q Q 4. l l lizll lwumeee EANSWER lsueersi .lN'HMS i GROUP i l I la l 2 l a lclala I5 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 11 '1 11 1 1 1 1 ll 1 1 1 1 aff 1 1 2 x in 1 I I 1 E 'Q ----Q 2 4 . X .1,. , Ag .. f "3 X gf ' ny 1' if ' X 51 9' A .f ?,' 1,1 . .1 3 X F -. f rim. 5 f- 2- . ,N Tx 5. .1 X, h' - :. h ' , T 1 1.1 xg? - P -1 4 'i g--Q :,.-fx-lv 1 . I 155.11-ff.f,1g -, . V- . . X , I 2 5 2 1' - ' 1 s - 1 N k - ' :- - z x umwk vw' " V fy, if gg ,X , 'X - Z Q C V, 1 ' if Q it f . x K I5 1 4 its R: S ' 1 '- ' xx ' 11, ' A 3 vin 1 1, y 4,4 .,, o v . f n -Q , ,o A O Q o Q . Q Q 4 v ,, -Q 1 . o n , . v Tongues Drive Students I .4-0 N 5 ' -Q W - A Ns. ' sg T1 .1 Cx'-Q 3 " -1 . ,fgkt-2-.,.VL.. .A 2 i f-. fi X 1 Q: an J V, 5 .af A V f . V W E - Nj ' Q . - pf? . 5 K! .. - m ' J ' .- s ,T Q P - . Q pfi . X X Xi .. X Z: X Q 'S n 1 -Qt: v s ' 3 e Q 4 x . gm-,wr . F . 6 L 'wi .P . ' ' i I ' A'b'a5hl.F.l.g ' PQ Q! 5-1.......,4 . W je ' . . I 'N A f' . Q ' . ' . . I 5 A , y I. A ' ,I f "' 333 ' Kgs". ' .T L., ,. S I. - ' s " Wm ' . I I r F ' e ' ,1nl1.s1L'.l.A - E ' M,-ut' 'J 'V' ' ' ' Q . i . M, ds f -A . . .,.,.-M, +e-me-, . W A A A -v . ' I V F . we Q.. . N, T f T- , W W V W , V ,... .-.., ,we r l. Mr. Tom Stout: Driver's Education 2. Mrs. Jacqui Becker: Spanish l-V 3. Mrs. Lynda Pate: French l-IV 4. Mr. Leland O'Dell: Driver's Education 5. Mr. Warren Platt: Driver's Education 6. Mr. Jerry Diehl: Driver's Education 7. Mrs. Kathy Gold: German I-lll Driver's Education saved people money and taught them how to be defensive drivers. ln many cases. having this course made one eligible for reduced insurance rates. Students learned about the danger of driving while intoxicated and other hazards involved in driving. They also became acquain- ted with driving by viewing various safety films. Driving Simulators familiarized students with actual driving situations. Finally, each person was allowed to try his hand at driving by going out in cars provided by the school. This year's language courses did much more than learn a foreign language. These classes cooked foods and saw filmstrips from the country of the language they were studying. They also designed floats for the homecoming parade. Dancing groups were organized and money-making sales were conducted which added to thas year's program. Carbons, Court Credits 'WW :K.""'..3- Any student who took a business course this year encountered many fresh ideas. Northtown 's business law classes went to the Clay County Circuit Court and on Held trips to equally exciting places. Some who took business law staged a mock trial and took their own case to court. In typing, students learned how to type without watching their fingers, even at impressive speeds. The classes also used the typewriter in a rhythmic method and typed to music. Shorthand classes took dictation at rapid speeds to enhance their job possibilities upon graduation. The accounting classes worked on balance sheets and income statements. They also became involved in business simulation projects both on an individual and a group basis. All of these subjects and others were designed to beneHt the student, now and in the future. Cfvix Ji, I . Miss .lan Johnson: Shorthand. Typing I-ll, Personal Typing. 2. Miss Karen Rosecrans: Secretarial Practice, Basic Business. 3. Mr. Mark Schirmer: Business Law l-ll. Typing I, Personal Typing. 4. Mrs. Doris Lamkins: Accounting l, Office Machines, Clerical Practice, Personal Typing. 5. Mr. Woodson Moore: Accounting l-ll. 6. Mrs. Judith Welch: Typing I-ll. Business Communications, Basic Business. 7. Mrs. Linda Gross: Data Processing. Introduction to Programming, Record Keeping. Typing l-ll. 8. A wholesale grocery business was simulated at NKC under the direction of Miss Karen Rosecrans. 9. Mrs. Susan Mecklenburg: Health Occupations. IO. Mrs. Ruth Klopfenstein: Work Experience. 1 51, -fe uv +8 If Q 20 2 'KW If Vw 6 L. 2 if 'IIII5 F Q I v 42, ,, -ffq, ' l' a'Un,,nvuJ::L:f mrj" ,..nsww ami-"u' ,,- Wk Nil 5 ..,.,-1. .ff"' 1 5... IKJFITIQFS wANi'E6" "'i56SiiidiiS'Xi?giii,iEgi'ii H ' SALESIMARKETING MANAGER MBA with 7 years sales and market- ing management experience seeks challenging-lunique position with high growth potential. MPLS base preferred Box MM-45, The Wall Street Journal Industrial Sales for Detroit area. Regional mir. experience. PR capabilities. ontacts in automo- tive, utilities, plants, institutions. 4313! 851-0260 POSITIQNS AVAILABLE v . SALES MANAGER As a leader in the moving and storage industry, with multiple locations, we need a qualified sales manager for the Chicago market. YOU'LL NEED 0 College degree andfor equivalent experience. 0 Minimum of 3-5 years of combined i.f,,,, ., - i' , .2 . v ,.!64,, -- --442. mg-J.:-:Z L. Wy, X Wixgfimf V- F .,,.,s-- 1. .- gjfff , ., f :Mug ff Y . 4 f , 4 ag, H V. r -ew.. -.,,.,.M.f.w. .M , fp -W, .., ., .hy 9, 7 W , fs 1 af I 4 I 1 . 'iff , an Y? XJ 3 4 7' .fm jx , 1 Z f fig? . 1'v, 9 ' . 1 A g., .,,-,-,,. if -.9 . . ft' V 2' 1 f 1 1 gf Y . My . .P ,""T" QV - l. Mrs. Cecilia Blackwell. INSAP Supervi- sor. 2. Mr. D.G. Robbins: COE, Orientation to Employment. 3. Mrs. Bonnie Foulke: English ll-Ill, English I 0, Personal Adjustment l.ab. 4. Mrs. Shirley Crouthers: COE, Distribu- tive Education, Business Law l. 5- Rusty Wolfe judges Steve Rhodes' testimony during a Business Law mock trial. 6. Mrs. Loveta Moore: Power Reading, Developmental Reading, English IO. 7. Mrs. Cobina Jacobs: Modern Dance, Team Sports, Health. 8. Mrs. .lane Stone. Life Sports, Health, Individual Sports. 9.Mr. Duane Hall: Physical Fitness Ill, Team Sports, Individual Sports. Three programs, not highly visible, played a vital role in the educational process at North- town this year. The COE department made it possible for students to enter into the working world early. The only stipulation was that those enrolled had to attend classes the Hrst three hours of the day. After these three classes, each participant reported to their respective jobs. PE at Northtown had a differ- ent twist. Not only was it co-ed, but it offered a wider variety of activities. In addition to more vigorous sports, bowling and archery were available. Students were allowed to wear whatever was tasteful and comfortable. Rule-breaking students were introduced to Mrs. Blackwell and INSAP, the acronym for ln-school Adjustment Program. The wayward pupils were guided through an ordinary day with their regular lessons. but they had to stay in the INSA P room for their assigned time, a period of either three or Hve da ys. ome Pay While Others Play 'aww 1: 2' ,Wk W 9 , , UT ., 07' 'Tw' ' 1 ,f ZA 1 , f,-ffWf2 ,G n n qu nm! ' If ll I I Y "The real s ,. X 'I ' trap the mlnd ,s4X H! lnto dolng 1 ,, :Lts own gd-,wi thlnklng 2 gg 5,555 f,,, X wr 5? QS 0 " " 0 IW 9111-5A8AX'n'k, Teacher-n., One Who lnstructs h , 1 f f ? .T Q f How do you describe the smell of an old test-tube? In words - on paper. This is only an example of the creative projects attempted in the English classes at Northtown. Time consuming and mind boggling term papers might ha ve caused students to lose sleep, but even the most sleepy woke up at the sight of some of the English class guest speakers. The appearance of Tom Burleson, the center of the Kansas City Kings, was one of these eye-openers. Another eye-opener came when the sophomores had to take the Language Arts ProHciency Test. I. Miss Charlotte McClintock: English Master- pieces, Modern Novel, Advanced Composition, English IO. 2. Mrs. Jean Anderson. Science Fiction, English I O, PURGOLD Advisor. 3. Miss Kay Widebrook. English IO, Laboratory Composition, American Literature. 4. Miss Mildred Fulton: Drama I-ll. 5. Miss Patricia Deery. English I 0, Advanced Composition, Creative Writing, Short Stories. 6. Mrs. Linda Daniels: English Il, Literature of Sports, English I0 Accelerated. ?s:s. 1 7. Mrs. Georgia Brady. Mass Media, Radio and TV Speech I, Art of Persuasion, Debate I-Il. 8. Miss Deborah Case: Learning Disabilities. 9. Mr. S. G. Dalzell: English IO, Short Stories, Mythology. I l. Mr. Patrick White: Band. Bannerettes, Orchestra, Applied Music, Theory and Harmony 2. Diligently Matt Warman practices his violin. 3. A Cappella, including Shelby Sims, Scott Maley, Bev Brenton, Bill Kearns, Becky Jones, Mike Nolan, and Carrie O'Dell appear before the judges at contest. 4. Mr. Jerry Carpenter: Fundamentals of Music, Concert Choir, Music Appreciation, A Cappella, Bass Chorus, Treble Chorus 5. While a student teacher looks on, Mr. Jerry Carpenter points out how it should be done. 6. A busload of elated musicians return from a successful trip. 7. Bryce Strong relaxes after a competitive da y. I "We are the Champions" echoed through the halls of Northtown upon the return of the many well-deserved one rated members of the music department. Congratulations were received after both the District Contest was held at William Jewell and the State Contest which was held at Columbia, Mr. Jerry Carpenter, head of vocal music, and Mr, Pat White, head of instrumental music, played vital roles in preparing the students for performances throughout the year. Various groups such as Harmonaires, 76ers, Madrigals, Pep Band, and Jazz Band 'got the show on the road" for many assemblies. .. XYM, ,,., ,arf , X1 ,V4 gg 'f ,nag gf., lv S, , f ., 2 4469! L , 1, av, LEFT HAND ' aw 48 'ing fi , ,sw-il sf' I-in . , L ' 'f-1 ' V54 'L -' fm "LW, ufg '- 4941" 2ffj,',3,1,,g ,Q ag, mf If I1 523 l .W 3. w N ll ..- Direction Is What It Takes SWIJFVI Ol .Jr VJ 8. Orchestra members are Mr. Patrick White, Kai Sing Yu, Marcus Teng, Joy Kim, Jenee Meyer, Hui-Hua Shu, Kerri Moore, Amy Poteet, Pat Thompson, Jeanette Gardner, Barbie Criswell, Janet Galatas, Laura Lewis, Kelly Hoffman, Barbara Swan, Richard Mitchell, Charles Holmes, Shelly Stielow, Terri Lenzmeier, Lori Meisner, Jim Dunn, Randy Tichenor, Jim Patten, Tony Montaleone, Troy Sheets, Jim Miles, John Callicotte, Kay Orr, Carlelle Ogden, Maria Reynolds, Linda Pruett, Brenda Basch, Joe House, David Winters, Ray Bledsoe, Jon Gorham, Doug Wheelock, Matt Warman, Amy Showalter. 9. Bass Chorus members are Jim Bascue. Steve Whipple, Adam Lawrence, Mitch Dillard, John Ballard, Forrest Roudebush, Keith Lear, John Bills, Tom Gunter, Jerry Bowhay, Tim Saragusa, Donald Welsh, Tom Adams, Brian Coates, Bill Hicks, Dennis Bybee, Dale McPherson, Mike Drake, David Winters, Tracy Crawford, Rob Dodge, Q. 1 K? 911 if-95. FJ if u O -J A xWL-1 I. Gif Blanke Linda Grahaz Rane, Lori B Ruth J Carpe: Linda Lowe, Clasen Teresa Buck. Meek4 Tamm Hanse Vickie Hethef Kelli E Tamm Frencl Monia Dawn lngrar Kathy Th0mi Karla. Long. Debbi Blake, Maria 2. Cc Hamn Debbi Beshe Jeff MCCI. Gretc Huesc Cham l'er'ry Heron Fieph Mr' Ja 4 1 4 J CY They Keep On Singing N ik? C? l' l. Girls' Chorus members are Gina Blankenship, Debbie Miller, Eva Myers, Linda Stinnett, Wendy Cromwell, Kristi Graham, Lori Early, Lisa Bybel, Laura Rone, Lynette Sprofera, Natalie Cessna, Lori Bain, Tammy Porter, Dana Black, Ruth Saunders, Tina Ludy, Mr. Jerry Carpenter, Cathy Bain, Toni Hammond, Linda Mclntyre, Ronna Dorler, Marla Lowe, Sue Smith, Ginny Cobb, Jennifer Clasen, Stacy Buckley, Bobbi Block, Teresa Figgins, Lori Meisner, Cheryl Buck, Susan Bonner, Stacy Buck, Pam Meeker, Tina Martin, Julie Baker, Tammy Strong, Vicky Bond, Donna Hansen, Julie Harrison, Billie Copeland, Vickie Loyd, Brenda Stock, Stefanie Hetherington, Helen Bright, Kim Smith, Kelli Berry, Vivian Hale, Vickie Cramer, Tammy Lockard, Brenda Buckley, Kim French, Terry Carter, Gayla Burton, Monica Patterson, Carol Mcflwee, Dawna Michael, Carol Epley, Pam Ingram, Barb Hutton, Karen Olson, Kathy Dittemore, Sheila North, Cheryl Thomas, Mary Knoll, Tracy Lockard, Karla Longpine, Leisha Douthat, Rhonda Long, Kathy Sperbeck, Susan Buskirk, Debbie Dukes, Karen Conner, Linda Blake, Jenny Peterson, Betty Jo Cramer, Maria Reynolds. 2. Concert Choir members are Toni Hammond, Kim lynch, Judy Huth, Debbie Raysik, Monica Benjamin, Jim Beshears, lim Stock, Ken Kavanaugh, Jeff Wolfe. Mike Kraft, Heather McClain, Becky Wideman, Sherri Giffin, Gretchen fngei Tammy Black, Kim Hueser, Patti Sparks, Molly Holman. Sharon Brewer, ,lmif Sims, .Julie Gorham. ferry' Jones, Shawntla Merriman, Bonnie Mark Retzer, Larry Mathes, Stacy Wheeler, Steve Hultz, Jim Wendt, Jim Wells, Erin Connelly, Christy Wood, Lisa Larson, Cathy Carney, Tammy Meisner, Mary English, Jean DuFresne, Sharon Stephens, Dale Yaeger, Bill Claybrook, Tad Orr, Pat Combellick, Scott Maley, Mike Keller, Bill Hicks, Quent Madden, Rob Wolverton, Danny Nolan, Paula Wood, Becky Small. 3. Linda Blake looks on with satisfaction. 4. NKC 's Girls Sextette, which included Eva Myers, Cheryl Thomas, Maria Reynolds, Karen Olson, Linda Blake, and Julie Baker, were pleased with their one rating they received at State under the direction of Mr, Jerry Carpenter. 5, A Cappella members are Colleen Brady, Denise Johnson, Bruce DuFresne, Lisa Brown, Troy Sheets, Kelli Cobb, Chris Bradshaw, Wendy Cromwell, Jim Bryce Strong, Burke, Paula Cindy Butler, Gardner, Mr. Beshears, Debbie Gish, Dawn Wolenski, Kevin Fulkerson. Brad Carney, Tim Saragusa, Jeanette Jerry Carpenter, Debbie Kimball, Janey Jenkins, Cheryl Wiley, Carol Epley, Jim Wells, Debbie Brown, Jan O'Brien, Mary Ryan, Sheila Miller, Scott Shaver, Aide Andreu, Craig Orr, Darren Prather, Benny Hiegert. Martha Gurley, Mike Olinger, Connie Hayden, Bill Kerns, Cheryl Parker, Bill Hicks, Trudy Ross, Paul Vogel, Ramona Hirsch. Amy Sutton, Sharon Brink, iina Ludy, Susan Bouse lead. Melissa Flint, Anette Berg, Carrie Henning linda 4fL,5wg-,fm ,ffehbfe O'Deli, Cindi Mayor, Kelly Gibbens, Wlrjlriivfifl Jeint1yf8,U.,.',, ,x,3,,-Hire Hetwfegf, Janelle Smith Todd Burnidge, Amy Q bit DJ!fi',VlillLLi.EB'71b Gloria Ha,es A f e 'uck Shelby Sims Dennis Bybee, Kelly Roberts, Bev Brenton, Susie Riggs, Mary Lou Costan- za, Steve Richardson, Kellie Lowry, Gene Knisley, Lourdes Sanchez, Mike Nolan, Becky Jones, Keith Lear, Eva Balkey, Connie Shatswell, Lisa Anderson, Scott Maley. Natalie Cessna, Ray Bledsoe, Peggy Kimrey, Steve Mehmert, Debbie Sovereign, Jerry Bowhay, Mike Waldon, Suzie Testorff David Willett, Janet Curry, Danny Ruth. 5. Debbie Sovereign tells a friend of her l rating that she received. 7. Stage Band members are Mr. Pat White, Rick Castillo, Tammy Srock, Bob Williams, Jim Criswell, Steve Keltner, Marty Nuttall, Craig Calvert, .lon Gorham, Sean Heartmetz, Brad Carney. Charlie Travis, Scott Basis. Sherry Schwinn, Fiske Nliles Pam Wood. luhii Garner Mike Reimm Dan L' up mi-'91 e yRil'ert T 1ylVii7l 4 . if V . I :-17" Ji L A W -r .,, .,.3,.W 1 1' " Topics in the science classes ranged from frog intestines to nuclear research. Biology classes disected frogs, pigs, and other small animals. They also exper- imented with the environment of underwater life and the training of mice to breathe water in pressure chambers. The chemistry classes studied the Periodic Table of Elements and also researched the development of various substances through chemical reactions. Physics students combined their science and mathematical skills to analyze the experiments that they conduct- ed. These classes went beyond theory to tie their knowledge into the practical. 1 30 51-ir-1 Jry It. . . It Might Work NN. X , ng, :I ' L- 5 3 ' f ,iff 1 X, " - ""?'rfk", :zt - . . . , .g ...yi 1: 4,1-. I . A .J ,fi . ,, Y l Y ,A R ,,, , i Z I 1 XX 'R 3 55 2 x yiwb 4j 5525? 'iq I-WMS Q if I f I. Mr. .lohn Craig: Physics A and B. Photography 2. Mr. William Alexander: Chemistry I 5 II, High School Science .1 , gh " I J. , 3. Mr. Robert Arrington: Biology I 4. Mr, William Lawing: Biology I 8 Il, High School Science A 44 5. Mr. Earl Mungerf High School Science, Biology I 6. Mark Palmer and Rusty Wolfe concentrate on their experiment. 7. Jennie Gorham checks Ellen Fuson's vitals, . 1 1 V Til. 'sexi . A X iff' -2 11:-' 135125-3.:zf ily..-e?"4:,.,. sg ,,"fgg'- 15372. .mfff ' ' MfsTi-.1Ef"'f,...z742Z':?,1.Af.fr:-5142153 : ff',SJ.EfEQ'1."1.:-.,,:,,..,,,:fv g,i,., l. Mr. Art Loepp: Geometry, Algebra ll. 2. Ms. .lan Howard: Algebra I. Algebra Il Honors, Geometry. 3. Mr. Don Cobb. Algebra I, Basic Math. 1 l i I 4 4. Mr. Eugene Cole. Basic Math, Trigono- metry, Math Analysis. 5. Mr. Jerry Crum Consumer Education l 1 Math. English, Voeations. ' ' I 1 l 1 6. Mr. Dave Long: Algebra ll, Basic Math, Geometry P 32 '. 5 . x-sssx s'L'i'?"S-N. -fi" ' 3 .-"v '- S .fe , 3 + hi A lb set!! Q is x 'V' 1:1 KS Yi X J W 0:91 M42 -- . x all 'ik U .r t . 1 ,Ng Y P 6 -1- W 6 gf, H J. Q f EQ .' f , V 93- , f i . s ' , 5 1 " Fllgabra. X ' if 2 I ov 3. I w, ,Pl . Q i 'R l ,X v' fn 1 J R ff' Q 2 if .Q ,, s e ' Si x ' ' ' , ,I if I-'J' 1 Q ss C' Q 5 .,a,,,,. Students were presented the fundamentals of math in Basic Math. Geometry pupils discovered how to write a proof and also dealt with many shapes and their areas including cones, trapezoids, and triangles. Algebra students delved into the principles of geometry a little deeper, They concentrated on many word problems and learned such formulas as the quadratic equation. Trigonometry classes dealt with such things as finding the area ofa circle and using a slide rule. All in all, math students worked with many nuinhers and much homework, if r -From Sa vages to Satellites H- K V: 2 . H... . .,-....,..,. . ..s.,,,.. ' ' " S I. Mr. James Jarvis: Sociology, Family Relations. Philosophy. 2. Mr. Ed Jackson: American History, Anthropology, Recent U.5. History. 3. Mr. Dale Williams: Psychology I-ll. 4. Mr. Ed Hedgecorth: Midwestern History. American History. 5. Mr. Don Duey: American History, Economics, Psycholgy. 6. Mr. Bill Durham: American History, American Government. 7. Miss Marilyn Fairchild: American History, Minority Groups, BUZZ Advisor. 8. Mr. Norman Little: Geography I-ll. Modern World History. Ancient World History. Medieval World History. lk X 291 Cav e 'fi E :i 5. f History-bound students lear- ned the basics of the past in these classes. This year, American History was the only required course, but next year's sophomores will also be required to take World Studies. The elective history courses, Ancient World History, Recent U.5. History, Psychology, Modern World History, Sociology, Economics, American Government, Anthropology, Midwestern History, Philosophy, Medieval World Histo- ry, and Geography, discussed interesting topics such as the Trojan War and the nuclear accident at Three Mile Island. Current catastrophies in the news have caused concern and made these classes especially interesting and relevant, I Q .4 I 36 A.,-"A -il fi Ilya! 'X 1 , if Us W 6 ,if ,lf K A " aL f N.. , mi " -1- 7 , 1 V 41. ig " ' M l"A Eg QL? EV U1 C: Creativity ls The Key I. Jon Carter. Tom Breshears and Tom Knopp seem very proud of their steak dinner. 2. Diligently Dan Grooms and Chuck Higgins work to make sure their meal gets finished in time. 3. At the art show during THE KING AND I, Jennie Gorham 's works are displayed. 4. This bit of sculpture art work caught the attention of many observers at the art show. 5. This ceramics display, which occupied the glass case for several days. shows the creativity of several art students. 5. John Wheeler smiles as he mrs the vegetables that will make his mf-.al well balanced. ? A 5 3 f z 4 f if ' , e W Z my fy V . f,,. . - -. -V. . I ,- , . ' V1 W- ' -- M Arial ", 4,1 Vi v- .nn !l2, ? VW M ',. . '41L.3i, 'ly ' 7' N " V 3 1 ww Y ,ff 43 i3' "zA: "5 f,-1 I .P G 7' ' " Hr ff -Q' if if 3, L f' 1 .Z x ' in ! I V, ,, i f gm A ' if . 3 f . j F L -A ff' 1 3 P f WM AL' M' 'QL .f Y v fr A ,MII fa ,, ,..,,1 A , . Y 78 ' l L Umm-umm good. That's what resulted from the teachings of the Home Ec teachers much ofthe time. The Worlds of Food class recons- tructed the different cuisines from many other countries. Bachelor Living gave Northtown 's dedicated singles tips on basic ways to take care of themselves. One such helpful hint was a lesson on making shorts. which were prominently displayed in the main hall. Also displayed were the artistic talents of many students. These could be seen at various places around the school. Pottery. copper work. paintings and paper mache decorated bulletin boards. glass cases. and the stage as backdrops for the different drama and musical productions. Also. during THE KING AND I the hospitality room was decorated with art projects. Even the annual Hne arts assembly was livened up by the art department. as they made a guest appearance as Coneheads. l. Mrs. Patricia King: Child Development. Family Foods. Advanced Child Develop- -ment. Worlds of Food. 2. Mrs. Lynne Beasley: Contemporary Living, Creative Clothing, Current Trends, Basic Foods, Basic Clothing. 3. Ms. Laura Muther. Art I. Arts and Crafts. Design, Advanced Design. 4. Mr. Gene McClain. Art I, Drawing and Painting. 5. Mrs. Helen Drackertf Ceramics. Arts and Crafts. Much paper work goes into a house before the walls are actually put up. Many plans are made before a tool is construc- ted. Many tests take place before the problem in an engine is pinpointed. All of these basic essentials were taught in the Industrial Arts classes. There were many types of courses offered, such as Drafting, Crafts, Wood, Metal, and Small Engine Repair. Much time and hard work was put into the project, and the finished product was often something for the maker to be proud of' 4 I 'Q -:HJ174 f gif? 0 ' 4 m , I 'PY 1 I. Mr. Glenn McDole: Advanded Wood, General Wood. 2. Mr. Wayne Beer. Advanced Metal, Small Engine Repair, General Metal. 3. Mr. Steve May: General Wood. Applied Electricity, Electronics. 4. Mr. David Cochran: Crafts, General Wood. 5. Mr. Tom Bradley: Architectural Drafting, Advanced Drafting, Mechanical Drafting. fj ,,,,s.-u-tl!! Q- ,f,4.-,, . - Y ! Va: E, M I :A arf- 13.1 f i. 1259, f Serving taco crunch, pizza, ham- burgers and other favorite foods in the cafeteria were the cooks, Mrs. Nina Reiss, Mrs. Carolyn Burks, Mrs. Mary Lee Fisher, Mrs. Dorothy Julian, Mrs. Eileen Losey, Mrs. Helen Myers. Mrs. Debra Proudht, Mrs. Ruth Ryan, Mrs. Carolyn Underwood. C ustodians who did everything from clean to. repair items to spreading sawdust on the gym floor for dances were Mrs. James Knipp, Mr. John Estes, Mr. Ted Hubble, Mrs. Earlene Isley, Mr. John Kilgore, Mr. Charles Kumer, Mr. Jesse Myers, Mrs. Ruth Plank, Mr. Robert Smith, Mr. Theodore Richard Stevenson. I I. Mrs. Audrey Holdsworthr Accelerated Junior High 2. Mrs. Elaine Neal. AV Librarian 3. Mrs. Barbara Porter: AV Aide 4. Mrs. Nina Reiss, Food Service Manager, and Mrs. Eileen Losey. Cashier 5. Mrs. Betty Wardrum, Library Aide, Mrs. Marjorie Neer, Library Assistant, and Mrs. Gus Leimkuhler, Librarian 6. Mr. Ralph Shackelford: Parking lot attendant 7. Mr. Jim Knipp. Head Custodian I 13 Nj - re l A4 we , I. The sports "ofHce," designed by Paul Forbes, is decorated by Mr. Gene McClain 's poster. 2. Blake Williams, as a mysterious visitor, makes good use of the remnants of the Purgold assembly. 3. The responsibility of keeping students informed bi-monthly rests on the BUZZ staff consisting of, Seated: Karla Russell, Patty McCale, Bill l.entz, Joyce Helm, Mike Bischler, David Cobb. Second Row: Margene Childress, Don Morrow, Brend Block, Kathy Bruns, Craig Layman, Kathy Sanders, Craig Calvert, Susan Brooks, Carrie Pfaff Kim Hueser. Cheryl Wiley, Karen Farrar. Back Row: David Willett, John Wheeler, Hoyt Robey, Laura Lewis, Kevine Devine, Bill Stipek, Carrie O'Dell, Robin Dillard, Jerry Colvin, Doug Wyland, Bryce Strong. Not pictured are Mark Palmer and Mary Ryan. 4. Visiting Marceline, Mo., where the PURGOLD is published, is the '79 staff, Front Row: Maha Guirguis, Mary James, Kim Walsh, Tami Barry, Chuck Breuer. Second Row: Brenna Hall, Kendra Bell, Marsha Borgman, Cynthia Ramsey, Cathy Boyd. Third Row. Kerri Moore, Jeanette Meyer, Karen George, Blake Williams. Fourth Row: Cindy Hodges, Steve Owsley, Cynthia Lashbrook. Back Row: Darren Prather, Bev Brenton, Bob Walker, Julie Wolverton, Cherly Parker, Susan Arasmith. Not pictured are Linda Temaat, Joe House. Sha Bailey, Paul Forbes, Sharon George, Wendy Wilson, Ellen Fuson. 5. Discussing issues are Cathy Sanders and Janelle Smith. 6. Karla Russell, David Cobb, and Mary Ryan complete their stories. X-.. X K x . .ege - as Q is ,ff-.T,, 'Q' U .xl .A Q . 'J -A., , 1 ,J , A A E fm is , if V N Liv iii 1.4 lil -u. gs: f F rl f 3 'lf' .ww -yy ,nun Q, x ' ' , .W r' ! Q , ' v 1, I R ' Y 5 ,f J 1.2211-A25 5 Wi' , 1 iiliii , vb.. 4, Journalists Record ,, wx '3' . Mi lil 11 14.35, BCC l Sl I1 QI 1 BI I1 '11 :ga IG 1 I- 1 fu 55 ..A Jn. if 1' r ,z 'LN "' 3 A 4, A an ., , .5 x - snr -V H A Q if if X fm, by f , WVR. A , 1 . 5 , f 9 5' :J y Q. -f . ' Y A Q x ... f no A ' 'U - f V 'N We 4 4 K f bf '1 f , aff ' .. 'Mfg ,. X , Y 4? x f , jf fffff ' w..., Publications Offices- Buzz l . gf Q I K4-F W I mfs' Y Qi 'SHIP 52 F . If 5 'iw 'R s l' fi f f .. X l gl I. Karla Russell. David Cobb, and Mary Ryan listen intently as Patty McCale explains about the assignments for the week. 2. Business manager Linda Temaat tries to show co-editor Kim Walsh where the money is going. 3. Don Morrow and Patty McCale work together for the common cause. 4. Layout editor Kendra Bell types up instructions on layout rules for the staff 5. Mrs. Anderson goes over the classes pages with Cindy Hodges. 46 gjf'F'W lav- 'if 2+ ff X' 4.. .A Member oflhe HSSOL IQITLFID CC DI LK 'Cldlf 1 PFMNSS1: Expires This will identlly the above named individual as a member of the working press representing f2Vk.L6Q VE H O E G E O S 3' r THE BUZZ STAFF The Hornet's Buzz is published fourteen times a year by the iournalism class at North Kansas City Hi h School 23rd 8- Gentry North Kansas City, 9 , , Mo. 64116. Telephone is 221-0185. Co-Editors Dave Cobb Patty McCale News Editor .... . . . Susan Brooks Feature Editor . . . . . . Karla Russell Sports Editor ............ 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Amy p0Lll'l,.50I'l I mary lynn manger' lofi ,.7lzoma5 n e egrafed n oya fy, 1978 mehaaa pafqel A I I I N I f Carrie ' A n "nn -nn: A-k' f f1-igfmha I ,. it.: S 6' I '? 1 sf ii 1 in' . l x 1 Q l ! , w Z 1 Q , ! H 5, 7 K V MN . 'xr nit 1-,-.--- .il rf ,-1 1, s. V L . M I -fl: . Slairway , ,A 7. V.,,'57?:4Z2 Seven candidates ascended a "Stair- way to Heaven "in this year's homecoming festivities. The girls and their escorts were presented to the student body at an assembly on Friday, October 6. Later in' the afternoon, several school organizations joined in the excitement of a Homecoming parade through the streets of North Kansas City. The caravan included sophomore, junior, and senior class cars, a Hre engine full of Pom Pon girls and cheerleaders, and on foot the North Kansas City Marching Band and Pep Club. The main attraction of the parade was the float contest. Foreign Language Clubs, Thespians, Vocal Music, Pep Club, and the PURGOLD staff all entered in the competition. Vocal Music 's depiction of a songnote in heaven and a unicycle-riding devil was judged as the winning entry. Frankie Hutchinson was chosen as the I 978 Homecoming Queen during halftime of the North Kansas City-Liberty football game. The newly elected Queen reigned over the second half of the game and the Homecoming dance Saturday evening. I. Lee Ann Adams. former Homecoming queen, is presented to the crowd. 2. PURGOLD shows a unisex staff ' 3. Father and daughter beam as Frankie Hutchison is crowned queen. ' 4. Mary Lynn Munger radiates. 5. Yell Leaders, Pom Pon and Cheerleaders please the parade crowd. ' 6. The Junior class is represented by Paul Forbes and Janet Galatas. 7. Candidate Amy Robinson is escorted by Mark Fifer at the assembly. 8. Dana Gunderson and Steve Mehmert pose on the NFL-Thespian float. 4 9. The first place A Cappella float featured Bryce Strong, Danny Ruth, Becky .lones and Mike Nolan. IO. Marching Band makes sheet music. II. 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F ,Y. -fl. , ,. - V . Y K X fy PURGOLD Presents Fantasy For the Hrst time in the history of North Kansas City High School the student body selected a PURGOLD King as well as the traditional PURGOLD Queen. Five couples were selected by senior ballot from a field of sixteen. The Eve Hnal couples campaigned from October 20 to November 7. Each couple had a booth located in the main hall. They were each aided by Hve sales people chosen by the candidates. Students cast their vote by purchasing a yearbook from their favorite couple. The couple with the most books bought won. The winners were announced on November 9 during the annual PUR- GOLD Assembly. With the assistance of the Drama Department and the Harmon- aires, the PURGOLD Staff presented a skit. "Cinderella: Take Two. "lncluded in the skit was a disco and the crowning of the I 978- 79 PURGOLD King and Queen, Kenny l.ee and Jennie Gorham. l. King Kenny Lee and Queen Jennie Gorham survey their kingdom. 2. Candidates .Iudi Sims and Brad Quick flash winning smiles. 3. Mr. Dale Williams moves to the beat at the Royal disco. 4. The Fairy godperson, portrayed by Bob Walker, posesses magic charm. 5. Cinderella-ella, portrayed by Aide Andreu, contemplates her mean stepsisters. 6. Royal Ball guests, Maria Benitez and Pat Combellick, dance. dance, dance! 56 1 .A .A,V P, I ,. ,Vw ' ' fe ' .. 7 -5 ., L In . 'SE' . ff?,f.. 1 if M fm 2 w? 4 ,.fv"" nf' M, ,,.. ' '- -f ' , "" R , ,y ue I w I ,L W Y W K 9? E ,.. -1u!'9'3awsuu n L " S TUCO Works, Plans 1.1 M J 1 First semester S TUC O representatives were Lori Ancona ", John Barco, Chris Bradshaw, Bev Brenton. Chuck Breuer', Craig Calvert', Cindy Coakly, David Cobb', Dee Duncan ", Steve Fakhoury. Kathy Ferguson, Mark Fifer ', Scott Frieke, Becky Galatas". Brook Harness. Tom Helloron, Gloria Hayes, Chuck Higgins, Dave House, Mary Hutsler, David Johnson, Paul Knick, Bill Kulash, Lori Lee ", Sidonia Lipari, Sandy l.owers', Suzy Marcel", Sue Marshall ", Patty McCale', Don McCann, Linda McIntyre", Dale McPherson, Steve Modeer"', Janie Mueller, Mary l.ynn Munger", Karen Olson ", Terry Percy, Melissa Poteet, Darrell Robb, Hoyt Robey'. Darren Prather, Mary Ryan, Matt Sheperd", Tiffany Schroeder, Pam Seaboldt", Linda Smith, Ted Stinett', Doug Taylor, Blake Williams', David Williams', Kathy Williams, Kimber Woody. 'Signihes full-year STUCO representati- ves. Representatives for second semester were David Albrecht, Don Baresel, Tom Bennett, Bill Beezley, Joann Blydenburgh. Mike Bischler, Helen Bright, Todd Burnidge, Brian Clevenger, David Cau- Held, Tara Deckman, Sheila Hall. Lee Johnston, Peggy Kimrey. Quent Madden, Scott McConnell, David McDonald, Tony Montaleone, Lindsay Paice, Amy Poteet, Sandy Piontek, Guyla Schroeder, Bruce Scovill. Mike Spencer, Bryce Strong, Doug Taylor. I. Bob Walker and council make plans for the chili supper 2. At the slave auction Martha Gurley brings in lots of revenue. 3. This year's S TUCO Tri-Chairpersons are Ellen Fuson. Mark Palmer. and Bob Walker. 4- Student representatives ponder pro- blems. 5. Frankie Hutchinson goes on the Slave Auction block. S , , f , . -Y , -f-.4f1, . , ., , U f- V,-'3"ZJf' ' 3 5 43' 1 X77 iw, gif ? J,?"!45', r 1 i33a.m 'ZW , vL,,,,.,, -5:34 14.4 -V Qg,,, , Uv, ., QW, iffw gfiffiiif. 'nf L ' - 'fm ,nw My f. Hi? . , MW " f7fg..,+ "'2315'.3 x ?" S ugi7iL Q TY M " , f .. f 1 .wg gli' gf, 1 fi -2 ,N 923 , Hi - ,,,q, 1 F W -V, 1261 . vm dv an A fu- , 1 ' fl, :"4L.f 5, .X ., -4, -,igif , pick MTE' , V23 ,Q 5 V . 9 c 'Q-'Sf Wm, fa, .. wg--4: 0 -, ., ,ta X 1 , af J A ' 1.1 N A! Y is an 5 is 4 , 1 fYf,"'s ' M n A '!,"l'., , . xv' A 615 Qfgdf COMPf6 Ewdhy February I6 the 'NKC Junior Varsity and Varsity Boys' Basketball teams presented Lori Thomas as the I979 Courtwarming lQueen. The crowning climaxed festivities which began with an all-school assembly that morning, Five candidates, chosen by the teams, were presented to the student body. Escorting the candidates that evening at the Courtwarming game were some of the former Northtown basketball stars. Reigning over the event, Queen Lori Thomas saw the Hornets clinch the Small-six conference title. I. Susan Brooks and Chuck Higgins step into the Land of Fairy Tales. 2. Doug Wyland, .lanelle Smith, Sheila Miller, and Paul Curtis sit before their fairytale castle. 3. A beaming Amy Brady is escorted into the tieldhouse by Tom Base. 59 S f 1 Home Ec Outstam Pa I1 Morro w A merica, tants A we Outstam Che A dl K uenzi Ph y Bau Outstam .loh National Besa Gol son Gol Silv Silv Outstan Frei Gel Spa Outstan .len Outstan On C a llicot Nal Joi Outs ta n .lol Bal Vocal I C . .a , aw 9 I 1, , ,vc 1 C v 'AM' T' ' .V Grads Reap Honors Home Economics Award - Sharon Brink Outstanding Business Education Students Patty McCale, Dawn Wise, Don Morrow American Association of Women Accoun- Ianis Award - Dawn Wise Outstanding Science Students Chemistry I - Douglas Wheelock Advanced Chemistry - Frederick Kuenzi Physics - Frederick Kuenzi Bausch and Lombe - Frederick K uenzi Outstanding Mathematics Student John Callicotte National Forensic League Awards Best Thespian - Maria Benitez Gold Debate Award - Dana Gunder- son Gold Drama Award - Scott Martin Silver Debate A ward - Jeanette Meyer Silver Drama Award - Maria Benitez Outstanding Foreign Language Students French - Mary Lee Chandler German - Sharon Barbour Spanish - Susan Riggs Outstanding Art Student Jennie Gorham Outstanding Orchestra Student Orchestra Arion Award - John Callicotte National School Orchestra Award - John Callicotte Outstanding Band Student John Philip Sousa Award - Pam Wood Band Arion Award - Pam Wood Vocal Music Awardf National Choral Award - Jeanette Gardner Arion Award - Kelly Roberts N-Club Athletes of the Year Awards Ellen Fuson, Doug Taylor American Association of University Women Award - Julie Wolverton Tom Moore Engineering Award - David Cobb Thespian Scholarship - Darren Prather Daughters of American Revolution A ward - Dawn Wise Judy Ann Kretzschmer Memorial Award - David Cobb, Patty McCale Journalist of the Year Award - Da vid Cobb Premier Award - Jeanette Meyer, Darren Prather Amelia Keller Award - Janelle Smith Danforth Award - Ellen Fuson, Mark Palmer R.B. Doolin Scholarship - Kelly Hoffman Phi Beta Kappa Awards - Sharon Barbour, Steve Fakhoury, Jaye Miller, Amy Robinson, Dawn Wise Salutatorian Award - Dawn Wise Valedictorian Award - Sharon Barbour Albert B. Fuson Award - Sharon Barbour Grand Gold Honor Roll - Sharon Barbour, Susan Brooks, John Callicotte, Mara Lee Chandler, Da vid Cobb, Teresa Douglass, Steve Fakhoury, Shari Ford, Ellen Fuson, Kelly Hoffman, Carol Julian, Steve Keltner, Frederick Kuenzi, Diane Laughlin, Patty McCale, Ja ye Miller, Brent Powell, Wade Powell, Amy Robinson. Susan l. Pam Wood shows the form that awarded her the John Philip Sousa and Arion award. 2. John Callicotte is Best Orchestra student. 3. NFL silver honors are received by Maria Benitez and Jeanette Meyer. 4. Valedictorian is Sharon Barbour, and Salutatorian is Dawn Wise. 5. Scott Martin wins the Gold Drama Award. 6. The Best Actress and Actor are Becky Jones and Darren Prather. 7. Athletes of the Year are Ellen Fuson and Doug Taylor. 8. Jeanette Gardner receives the National Choral Award. 9. The vocal music Arion Award goes to Kelly Roberts. Many long hours, hard work, and strong dedication for their particular talents, paid off for several Northtown seniors as they were awarded for their achievements and contributions. The honorees were judged for their performances in such things as academics, band, vocal music, stage production, debate, and athletics. Riggs, Kathy Sanders, Bryce Strong, Kim Walsh, Christine Westhoven, Dawn Wise, Julie Wolverton, Pam Wood Attendance Awards - Mara Lee Chandler, David Cobb, Jeanette Gardner, Steve Mason, Diane Laughlin, Fred Kuenzi, Don Morrow, Joe Ryczek Curators - M.U. Columbia - Dawn Wise, Amy Robinson, Jaye Miller, Steve Keltner, Steve Fakhoury Regents - CMSU - Chris Westhoven, Kim Walsh, Rhonda Clemens, Wendy Wilson, Patty McConnell Regents - N WMS - Sha Baily, Maria Benitez Regents - Mo. Western - Joyce Helm, Mara Lee Chandler Regents - SMSU - Susan Brooks Certificate of Recognition - NEMS - Carol Julian Engineering Scholarship - M. U. Columbia - David Cobb Athletic Dept. Scholarship - UMKC - Bob Walker Honorarium - K.U. - Kathy Sanders Athletic - William Jewell - Doug Henderson, Ralph Yeater Honor Scholarship - Westminister - Fred Kuenzi, Brent Powell Phillips Petroleum Co. Scholarship - Christy Wood Elks Lodge Scholarship - Dawn Wise S500 Bowling Proprietors Scholarship - Kay Alexander National Merit Commended Students - Larry Henderson, David Cobb Presidential Classroom - Patty McC ale ' ' "" "v4y ff.-. ., U75 ,1G3?1'f,' .,, X- .-,... .f ,. If ,, , . J"-.,-If.,,frf1Pa1 ,J ,jf ,A Y I, V ,' .V , ,- ,A A 4 . ,, 4 -7, N . f , X X --.Q 'L v X 4 curraszynv - 3 siif' 1 , if kj-J f' -. wqjjizxi xy .MJ "'4f14.4Q?3' ..- LWB' f sag, 1 6 - HS Beams With Honors- j A 4 . .v X. 4 U' , 77- -.- ....,......,,,,.,,, .. Being chosen as a National Honor Society Member was a great honor. Memberships were given to those students who met the required points received for grade averages, participation in school activities, and teacher evaluation. An installation ser- vice for new members was held Tuesday, May I 5. Also this year, as a service project, NHS sponso- red a Blood Donor Day. North Kansas City students donated 81 pints to the Community Blood Center. National Honor Society's sponsor was Miss Kay Wide- brook. l. First- Year Senior members are Front Row: Steve Fakhoury, Mark Palmer, Lezlie Conway, Steve Owsley. John Garner, Fred Kuenzi, Shalia Baily. Second Row: Tami Barry, Maria Benitez, Wendy Wilson, Lori Peterson, Robin Dillard, Karen Farrar, Craig Layman, Cathy Boyd, Joyce Helm, Janette Gardner, Third Row: Jeanette Meyer, Patty McConnell, Susan Brooks, Karen VanArsdale, Kristie Fetters, Rhonda Clemens, Amy Robinson, Linda Pruett, Christi Wood, Dianne Laughlin. Last Row: Carol Julian, Da vid Mitchell, Mary Babcock, Cynthia Lashbrook, Janelle Smith, Linda Temaat, Lisa Anderson, Mary Lynn Munger, Kenny Lee, Joe Shelton, Lorraine Battiest, Debbie Buck. Not pictured. David Cobb. 2. Calmly adding to the total pints of blood is Chris Hogan. 3. First- Year Junior members are Seated: Marsha Borgman, Jamie Berry, Margene Childress, Tracey Gerhold, Janet Galatas, Beverly Brenton, Kerri Moore, Second Row: Douglas Wheelock, Suzy Marcel, Suzanne LaBrunerie, Jon Gorham, Pam Saxton, Dawn Wolenski, Last Row: Brenda Block, Vicky Gorman, Dana Gunderson 4. Two- year Senior members are Seated: Mara Lee Chandler, Ellen Fuson, Kathy Sanders, Wade Powell, Brent Powell, John Callicotte, Kelly Hoffman, Shari Ford, Kim Walsh, Julia Wolverton, Sharon Barbour, Last Row: Tina Orlowski, Pam Wood, James Criswell, Steve Keltner, Patty McCale, Dawn Wise. l n .x 7 x A E ng Ii 3' 53 E Ll 3 lx: fs gurlia U'.5 00.42 sv' wg The Elms Hotel was the setting for the 78- 79 Sweetheart at the dance agen, jfihiided by Starboe. The 4K,f5gf51ffffg19fi,f'ffggffihe scene for the fiiiwiiiffblbthiih year 3- Sweetheart WTC QE ffhfyan 24- 5P0"f0ffd V fihuelr Higgins. Weep Club members had n in tedb mieandldates during he ltlng then was by 4 hello! taken of all voted at lunch. The rlitllli kept eeeret untilthe had ee in theme "An Sweetheart. " ' V , . --Y I n --' a 7' .I . - D l- P-n 4 'qs ll I I.: Q I V 'ill ' - 5 in X -' ' ' .lf 4.1 A .5 V' A .Af A "-if - -ff' - lf- L if 1 ' 'H f , ,fa I , lf k ,l Q . . V 'f I . 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Y' --f I 5 - .1 J 5 'lf 1 H 42-1::Lt ' " .K L ',:,1f'. . .4 , ,,.-fqf "gill-'f+,-2 ,u:,., c....1 S.L.:p....--.,,.......4......-.....-- Q3 - T 'S 'G LM, v-A -'f'r "S 1: 2::"i2!i'-lggf E Q E ,un- ,-uilI3'14-vi -.-I .L I. Members of the l978-79 Pom Pon Squad are: First Row: Connie Thompson, Mary James, Joy Kim, Brenna Hall. Second Row: Suzy Marcel, Jamie Berry, Martha Gurley, Julie Wolverton. Third Row: Amy Allen, Janet Galatas, Janice Corbett, P. J. Gunter. Fourth Row: Janet Curry, Laurie Carson, Vicky Gorman. 1Not Pictured: Teresa Raleyj 2. Sophomore Cheerleaders are Becky Galatas, Cathy Carney, Sandy Lowers, Kari Sandridge. 3. Boy Yell Leaders are Chris Bradshaw, Chris Hogan, Jeff Ragan fNot Pictured: Jim Beshears, Mike Nolan, Brent Powell, Jim Wells. 5 5 X. ,.. .fl . s. 3 'frtvgpf-M... , J. . 40... 'QL-f fs-.-4 - , J --1 ,if fl Tl Ex :Q M ' v ' - 5 J ai' ri: ' f..., . A.. ,V ' V. f 5 . - 1 ' fa- N-Q.- ,t,,,, L - W g " '- f" --.,. E... S r ,, .4 . 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Vice-President Karen Farrar. Second Row: Joyce Helm, Sheila Miller, Treasurer Patty McConnell, President Janelle Smith. Third Row: Kim Walsh, Linda Temaat, Secretary Sandy Mer- chant. 2. Cheering for the girls this year are First Row: Lisa Brown, Tanya Keltner, Amy Poteet, Beth Eagan, Third Row: Cindy Rogers, Pam Brady. 3. The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders for l978- 79 are First Row: Cindy Hodges, Second Row: Amy Brady, Lori Hewlett, Penny Knick. Third Row: Lynne George, Mary Ryan. 4. Cheering for the varsity boys this year are Margene Childress, Rhonda Clemens. Lori Thomas, Amy Robinson, Kendra Bell. l Pep Club ports Spirit -'I I 1 - 1 --- 2 we In-fa Q , f A x .i fi ,f 1,1 x . , J' :if v- r F ,QM I A J ., 4 ' -Z iff" ,A 'IWW Throughout the stands, the North Kansas City Pep Club could be heard cheering their teams on to victory. Besides attending games, Pep Club organized a Homecoming parade and created the decorations for the Homecoming, Courtwarming, and Invitational assemblies. Passing out "Good Luck Charms, " decorating the player's lockers and houses, and parading through the streets of North Kansas City before games were among Pep Club 's activities. Cheerleaders, Officers, and Pom-Pon Girls for l979-l980 were announced at the annual Pep Club banquet on April 24, at the Gold Buffet. Pep Club sponsors for this year were Mrs. Helen Drackert and Ms. Jan Howard. , f I. wk H3 5422 I . Boy's Varsity Cheerleaders complete a mount as the Yell Leaders provide a sturdy base. 2. Amy Robinson, Rhonda Clemens, and Lori Thomas perform a skit at the Pep Club banquet. 3. Pep Club girls take a time out from cheering. 4. Members of Pep Club yell "Charge" as the football team gains yardage. 5. Mary James and Brenna Hall tensely await the announcement of next year's Pom Pon squad. 6. Connie Thompson, Laurie Carson, and other Pom Pon girls perform for the student body during a pep assembly. This year's marching band under the direction of Pam Wood and supervised by Mr. Patrick White, performed at halftime during Northtown 's home games. As well as participating on the Held, students in the North Kansas City Marching Band were among musicians taking part in the thirty first annual K.U. Band Day on Saturday, September 30, at the University of Kansas. The visiting bands marched in a parade through downtown Lawrence. Later, they performed during halftime cer- emonies ofthe KU-Miami of Florida football game at KU's Memorial Stadium. The eyes of North Kansas City were dazzled by the talented Flag Corps in their new uniforms. They performed at all of the home game halftimes as well as pregame basketball games. Mrs. Jane Stone. their new sponsor, worked hard with the girls to bring out their talent. The l978- l979 Pep Band, directed by Mr. Patrick White, was a group of spirited musicians that performed at all of the home basketball games and at all Pep assemblies. The qualifications for becoming a Pep Band member were to attend all after-school practices and play at the scheduled basketball games. The Pep Band provided much spirit during the basketball season and for many assemblies. Members of the l978- 79 Pep Band are First Row, Stuart Woody, Fiske Miles, Mara Chandler. Linda Gabbert. Sandy Cleaver, Don Morrow, Lisa Ward, Debbie Bratcher, Janie Mueller, Sherry Schwinn. Second Row: Alan Vaughan, Pam Wood, Cheryl Daniels, Carl Grant. John Garner, Karen Battiest, Debbie Stephens, Mary Baker, Rick Webb. Third Row: Ted Stinnett, John Maynard, Joe House, George Modrak. Rick Castillo, Kevin Reed. Brian Scantlin, Nelson Williams. Fourth Row: Dale Yaeger, Frank Bartkowski, Jon Gorham, Craig Calvert, Bob Williams. This year performing with the band were the I 978- 79 Flag Corps members. First Row: Tracey Gerhold, Bonnie Henning, Myra Brown, Laura Lewis, Becky Jones, Kim Reed, Nadonna Romans. Second Row, Ann Welch, Lisa Ward. Peggy Kimrey. Dee Duncan, Ann Reschke, Shelly Stielow, Sharon Wheeler. Third Row: Pam Seaboldt. ' 2 V? . w 11-M , , M, L ,F-fa 5, This year' FIRST ROI Sherrie S Lawrence, Carl Grar Mara Cha Coakley, 1 John Gam Diane Egg Debbie B Waldon, Shelly Boa Debbie St Schwinn, THIRD l Schroed4 Scantlin, 4 Stuart W Reiman, Susie Rig Wiley, M, Schreiber d were sf First 'nning, Jones, iecond Peggy schke, Third ' I' Z E 24:1 , W l r A? Music and Marching Go Together , This year's Marching Band members are FIRST ROW: Don Morrow, Kristi Graham, Sherrie Sinele, Alan Vaughan, Aaron Lawrence, Cheryl Daniels, Debbie Bain, Carl Grant, Robin Ditton, Pam Saxton, Mara Chandler, Debbie Sovereign, Cindy Coakley, Lorraine Battiest, Don McCann, John Garner, Karen Farrar. SECOND RO W: Diane Eggerstedt, Mary Baker, Rick Webb, Debbie Bratcher, Robert Repine, Larry Waldon, Janie Mueller, Carolyn Wade, Shelly Boos, Sheila Foster, Linda Gabbert, Debbie Stephens, David Hibschle, Sherry Schwinn, Fiske Miles, Sandy Cleaver, THIRD ROW: Bob Williams, Brian Schroeder, Nelson Williams, Brian Scantlin, Cynthia Ramsey, Dennis Flanery, Stuart Woody, Kathi Ferguson, Mike Reiman, Bill Hilton, Karen Vanarsdale, Susie Riggs, Heather McMichael, Bryant Wiley, Mike French, FOURTH ROW: Greg Schreiber, Tim Hevalow, John Maynard, Bruce Brown, Dale Yaeger, Tony Mon- taleone, Mike Thompson, Jack Halvorson, Carlelle Ogden, Troy Hevalow, Mark Lanzoni, Barb West, Randy Davis, Carla Straw, Bill Boyce. FIFTH ROW: Tom Bennett, George Modrak, Jim Criswell, Steve Keltner, Joe House, Craig Sublett, Rick Castillo, Tammy Srock, Richard Dotsen, Jim Barrett, Tom Knopp, Rob Gibson. SIXTH RO W: Brad Carney, Warren Butner, Bryan Specker, Jeff Wood, David Lindsey, Frank Bartkowski, Phil GrifHth, Mike Reilly, Terry Warman, Jon Wilson, Jon Gorham, Charlie Travis, Steve Mason. SEVENTH ROW: Bonnie Henning, Sharon Wheeler, Myra Brown, EIGHTH ROW: Drum Major - Pan Wood, Tracey Gerhold, Nadonna Romans, Laura Lewis, Ann Welch, Leisa Ward, Anne Rescke, Peggy Kimrey, Dee Duncan, Becky Jones, Shelly Stielow, Kim Reed, Pam Seaboldt John Garner strides out. YYY fl f -f , Clubs Speak Out National Forensic League was active in extemporaneous speaking, oratory, debate, humorous and dramatic inter- pretation, poetry and storytelling. They also hosted the Annual Speech and Debate Tournament February I 5 and I7. This year Vicky Gorman and Maria Benitez both qualiHed for State competi- tion. NFL 's sponsor was Mrs. Georgia Brady. Busy providing many Hne actors, actresses, stage crews and make-up artists for many of this year's plays were the Thespians. They performed at many assemblies and held many one-act plays during Activity Period. The Night of Drama, titled "Wednesday Night Live," helped make money for the Thespian scholarship given during the Awards Assembly. Miss Mildred Fulton was Thespian sponsor. I. Maria Benitez and Bob Walker perform a Christmas skit at the assembly. 2- Dana Gunderson sits and wonders if all her time keepers will show up. 3. N.F.L. officers are Paul Forbes. Secretary, Jeanette Meyer. Pre- sident, Mike Jeffers, Vice-President. 4. Showing their ever-present flair for drama are the Thespian officers, Top Row: Becky Jones, Recorder of Points, Karen VanArsdale, Secre- tary: Bottom Row: Maria Benitez, President: Hoyt Robey, Historian fupside downj: Cindi Mayor, Treasurer, Darren Prather, Vice- President. 5.This year's debate squad members include, Seated: Sherry Moore, Shelli Seyfer, Beth Egan, Sherri Gifhn. Julie Carlson, Janet Galatas. Second Row: Quent Mad- den. Charlie Travis, Jean DeFresne. 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N..,N.v M W .V fi 2 Harmonaires, Spirit of '76, and Chamber Choir are North Kansas City's three prominent singing groups. Members of Harmonaires and Spirit of '76 are swing singers, and Chamber Choir is interested mainly in Madrigal music. Harmo- naires received a first-place showing in the Xl. Division at the Northwest Missouri State Universi- ty Swing Choir Festival. All three groups entertained at assemblies and concerts throughout the year. These choirs were under the direction of Mr. Jerry Carpenter. I. Mary Ryan teaches Dr. Howe some new steps at his surprise birthday party. 2. The 1978- I 979 Spirit of '76 singers are Seated: Bill Claybrook. Gretchen Engle, Cathy Carney, Mark Retzer. l.esa Larson, Judy Huth, Gayla Burton, Pam Combellic Second Row: Kim Lynch, Paula Wood, Julie Gorham, Mary English, Kim Hueser. Last Row: Tadd Orr, Stacy Wheeler, Terry Jones, Jeff Wolf, Mike Craft, Ken Kavanaugh, Dale Yager, Ouent Madden. Larry Mathes. ingers Swing Old 'n New no 5 2 1 -'P grit ""rf W A ctive Singers Excel l. Becky Jones goes crazy over Mike Nolan. 2. Members of the Harmonaires are Front Row: Colleen Brady and Bryce Strong, Janet Curry and Jim Wells: Paula Fulkerson and Kevin Burke: Debbie Gish and David Willett: Dave Williams, Seated: Mr. Jerry Carpenter, Troy Sheets, Seated: l.isa Brown and Bill Hicks, Jeanette Gardner and Bill Kearns, Mary Ryan and Mike Olinger. Second Row: Aide Andreu and Jerry Roe, Cindi Mayor and Chris Bradshaw, Susie Testorf and Craig Orr, Kelly Roberts and Brad Carney, Becky Jones and Mike Nolan, Carrie O'Dell and Danny Ruth, Connie Shatswell and Steve Richardson, Lisa Anderson and Scott Maley, Trudy Ross and Jerry Bowha y. 3. Janet Curry and Jim Wells Und their thrill on Blueberry Hill. 4. Kevin Burke sounds thrilled when Paula Fulkerson tells him she 's "Got to Get Him lnto Her life!" 5. Susie Testorff sings about "Tomorrow, " HOR ET TEAM HUSTl.E Members of the l978 JV and Varsity football team are Top Row Davld Myers Chns Bradshaw Doug Stlckle Tlm Long Kent Meeker Rusty Baehr Michael Ward '- Kevm Stephens Wes Long Jerry Roe Taylor Paul Schneegass KlrkAust1n Steve Duncan Doug Henderson Fred Kuenzl Stan Slaughter Greg Helnlsch Bud Owens Brooks Brown Ralph Yeater Third Row Craig Orr Scott McConnell Scott Sandrldge Gary Olds Steve Buck Don Cobb Richard Bridges Pat Keller Steve Penlck Kelly Miller Chris Strand Bramon Cooper Jon Carter Mike Blschler Mark Flfer Tlm Base Mrke Ludy Todd Burnldge Scott Frlcke Craig Calvert Kenny Lee Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct, Oct. Oct. Oct.. Nou I s A I I I 0 Second Row: Steve McConnell. Paul Blank. Top Row: Bill Spencer. Rusty Sept. I Sept. 3 Sept. I6 Sept. 22 Sept. 30 Oct. 6 Oct. I3 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Varsity Football St. Pius X Park Hill Lee 's Summit Winnetonka Belton liberty Oak Park Ex. Springs Center Fort Osage 6-0 I 3- I2 I2-26 I 4-8 I 6- I 6 26-6 7-28 21-0 20-21 2 7- I 5 The I 978 football season for the varsity squad was a spectacular display of team work, Many of their games were won over much larger teams on hustle, spirit, and desire. They ended the year with a 6-3-I record and a second-place confer- ence title. This is the best perfor- mance Northtown has had in recent years. Although several players received conference recognition. on the whole the Hornets were lead throughout the season in scoring by the combined efforts of Todd Burnidge, Richard Bridges, and Scott Fricke. The defense was headed by Stan Slaughter, Scott McConnell. and Rusty Baehr. This season will be remembered for its exciting play, and hard-hitting, close games. I I. The I978 Football Coaching Staff consisted of Front row: James Jarvis, Sophomore Squad: Tom Stout, JV Squad: Dave Velasquez. Sophomore Squad: Back row: Da ve Long, Varsity Squad: Don Cobb. Head Coach-Varsityt Tom Bradley, Sophomore Squad. 2. Todd Burnidge takes a "last chance" dive-for extra yardage. iird Row 'I Scott uck Don ler Steve V Branion r Rusty ler Mark Burnidge ry Lee lil. An. L4 85 ' , U ik.. gl .s , ,K ,il .1-I t .a ' I lififlff' q ' , g X - s 2 J, V. Football Sept. 5 St. Piux X Sept. Il Park Hill V1 5ept.1 I8 Lee Summit Sept. 25 Q Winnetonka ff, ,i , et.z2l, j Ulielton A161 i f 3 Oak Park 33- 0 21-I5 s-16 8-14 IO- 7 0,22 4.441 f '.f'7','r WJ' 1 :nf-wc? A-,C-feel-r"-ir"m""' rush.. A ,pen -Q23 'Quaid-H -3-'favvf'-J' r-9 'Y 3,-,,,,,,g gg 'W gw- .-.,-.V Ll.: 3 J We. The Sophomore Football Team conslsted of Bottom Row Kevm Karnes, Jeff Temaat, Bryan Wendlmg, Rob Wolverton, Chrls Cox, Dawd l.anzon1, Steve Hultz 5econd Row Danny Nolan, Greg Cllne, Pat Combelllck, Matt Shepherd, Doug I..-f McConnell, .l1m Wendt, Brad Whlte T h1rd Row T1m Dev1ne, Mark Retzer, Larry Mathes, Troy Sheets, Todd Allen, M1ke Keller Top Row Coaches Tom Bradley, James Jarws, Dale Velasguez 1 f ,- - Nfl' W 'a,::1,::5Q 5 3 - Aw ' 2:2 I . !.. , ' ' ' 1 ', - ,. " ff" " Y I lfxwg-gm6vva!gw:.'g,":qxi 2 Y H mg, V ' 4, ,. "wt, ..., ' -fl. -1-TQ.. ' ' ,, . fi' . 'ws-1 r ""'., .--rf W' -U ,A 'T"'T Wi, . K. ., , 1 , , x-n,.... .1 J, -, ,ff In N :,,, ,,...N "- ---' W- . . F f - , -' " --v-"-1..- Q J I U .7 -A3 : mm. 'ff Af: 'fum 'SV 6 I MTH MAI- ,..Qi9'v""' ' " 551.4 . "7J,s-,wat , I,-I-2' ' X ' ' I ' ' 4 " N .M.. . T ."T- GT. 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'G 'A' ir" s-nf' 5 1 "i "A ' LQ kia. -"I ' .1 5?x,4..,' ., "5 K ?f",fv-ww., +1 Sept. I I Park Hill I 7-I4 Sept. 2l Lee's Summit 8x34 Oct. 5 Belton 28- 6 Oct. I2 Liberty I4- 0 Oct. I9 Oak Park 2I-I5 Oct. 26 Ex. Springs 28- 6 Nov. 2 Center 2I- 0 'K 1 k Hornets Take Hold af if A, .11 E E 'k '21 'C' W ,,' itfigff ,, ,q, I . Senior Todd Burnidge is stopped dead in his tracks during a varsity game. 2. Kenny I.ee sprints toward the goal post. 3. The Hornet coaches talk over the next play with Craig Calvert. 4. The Hornets line up for another defensive hold. 5. The Hornets rejoice after a hard victory. 1 w 4' 44502, I ,M wwf , fl fy 1 ui" ' 14? ,W ., , -A ,Av ' Q- ' ,Q . A NM . f'i,: yr wb? 256 , -uf'-if is -uf W J 'iff-.-A .f ' "52g.f" Z. :ff -1 .V -4 ,yz127L, .. ll -V14-f. in 5 1, anis ' -4,4 Q ' I' I "Jaw .: ' ' The Hornets beat out the St. Pius X Warriors in the opening game with a 6-0 score. Next. the Hery Hornets went after a long- awaited victory over the Trojans of Park Hill. After sliding by the Trojans with a score of I 3-I 2, the Hornets dropped a tough game to the Lee's Summit Tigers. However, they came right back to beat a top rival by defeating the Winnetonka Griftins I4-8. In their Hrst conference game of the season, the Hornets fought long and hard, but could only come up with a tie against the Belton Pirates, The annual Homecoming game was next on the Varsity schedule, and they performed well by putting a way the Liberty Bluejays 26-6. A disappointing loss to the Oak Park Northmen was the next thing in store for the Hornets. The last three games of the season were all conference match- ups for this powerful varsity squad. First on the schedule came the mighty Tigers of Excelsior Springs. Another win was recorded by the Hornets as they shut out the opposition 21-0. October 27, I 978. was the day that ended the conference crown for the Hornets. The lead traveled from NK C to Center and back again throughout the competition. In the final tally, the Hornets suf- fered a close loss of 2I-20. Fort Osage was the last matchup of the season for the NK C varsity team. With the conference title out of reach, the Hornets did not give up. Instead, they worked like the champion- ship team they were to hand the lndians a loss in the Hnal game of the season. l I ...V E ,f 4 Y 1 We l . Ginny Cobb watches Kas en Olson as she sweeps the ball over the net. 2. Pam Wood holds her pose as she watches the ball. 3. The I 978 girls Tennis District Players consisted of Karen Olson, Amy Brady, Pam Wood. Ellen Fuson, Patty McConnell. and Vicky Gorman. 4. Vicky Gorman gets a good aim on the ball. 5. Karen Olson and Ellen Fuson take time out from a game for a quick picture. 3 5 l 2? ,,,. .ju H! ga, -E rn as she as she nt Players ady, Pam nell, and 11 on the 'ake time Jure. M u TENNI TA KE TWO :igwyk Q Fo N I ,Mano M wwf K xr" H , W t I f 1 w V l l 1 sans. .4.... 405 sbs Qqfiosg 01: O 59 , 4, L, . 44 ff-, V' ,f Q' 1 The NKC Hornet girls kept the tradition alive by bringing home their fourth straight Varsity conference crown. The netters were undefeated in conference play and ended the year with an overall record of I 3 wins and only I loss. A strong Junior Varsity squad had an equally impressive year by compiling a 9-2 record. Every participant entered her match with determination. and strength to back it. This is possibly the largest contributing factor to the team's enormous success this season. This exceptional group of girls matched wits with some of the toughest teams in the area. They displayed teamwork and sportsmanship at all times. Heading the team was the doubles duo of Olson and Fuson, who again placed high enough in district contest to qualify them for state competition. Outstanding teamwork by both of these individuals earned them the honor of second in state. 92 The I9 78 Girls' Tennis Team consists of Front Row: Karen Olson, Ellen Fuson, Lauri Lowers, Amy Brady, Pam Wood, Patty McConnell, Second Row: Bev Brenton, Brenda Basch. Becky Carter, Kathi Ferguson, Linda Admussen. Vicky Gorman, Laurie Specker, Kari Sandridge, Ginny Cobb: Third Row: Laurie Gorman, i,,r'ggi, qing LIEDHLS if A '1x5f,l? if L U2 K an L f 7 .r',f NKCC-Ts10PPf Q r.?fQig t.tl5 epigf 'ikf r'T.jL,Lr1-tigqkniatvlllftills fr ,,,. Sf Li Q7 Q 1, frkhyh yr, i 1 L, A ,V L rLffLZ'L15LL7ij -7-.' if f f"s' f Tourney LL M A F sgA.f L Sep!-.L ,IJLAL ' Beltolvf L 'B L -5 w L 0' 1 .ffl i L' '8Iuef5prit1gsL f 1 4 f ,I M H f'f2g5?Pf' '74 LrlL'lf'0f7Cl'Hilffnr U L' L L F lf' if fiept. -L21 sgt' Ex. Springs y U LJ, V L, Q 2. 5ept1L 25' fl SL' .ide Central . F 4 423 X f Sept. 4 pCenter 1 L5, L 0 L 'lSept.f.28. yfg, ,rrt, Belton ',g, Lg g L T 09, 1 L-,Oct L v 1Winnetonlca' L L L 3 2 Oct. L 5' Liberty V L 4 I 1 Oct, 'f 7' g Conference L 2nd Olson-Fuson Oct. IO L Ex. Springs L4 I Oct, ll ' A J.M. East s 2 3 ' gQOct. I2 V Center L 4 I Octf IBA LL Oak Park 3 2 Oct. 21 District'5t. Joe 2nd Olson-Fuson Oct. 28 State-Columbia 2nd Olson-Fuson Lori Frame, Cynthia Ramsey, Brenda Block, Hui-Hua Shu, Ann Welch, Sue Marshall, Susan Henderson, Mary Kay Ryon. Suzanne Labrunerie, Dawna Michael, Lori Jackson, Back Row: Mary Ryan, Coach John Craig, Coach Art Loepp, Coach Jane Stone, Pam Brady. W'.'.,'.',y' .-, 1 ' ' ' 0 - f 1 Q V- .ngwf za if 1 . , 12, . 3 .. L - . 'I 5' wg. J: , in 43: 5 , V -14:4 jg., Q.. VV Z ,ijaagvg 5 ,L 5 Lv , D ' 'l.,11. 4' .g,WA,.4,f.'f,:gs' 8 Lp , . . N - U if L, I.. .f,, I ,,,,,,..,,,,,... ,3.,. , al, ' F '43-251916 L . q!N 3, 'l. 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' ' ' ' 'I 'X " V t T 1 ' ' -,.1.ff.V, i -2jpaf'.f-Qfjkgyp H Q z.:i:2Mi ,ewewzszzgz E -awgfyf-ai Q ey ,I x 7 if W-ffl ,G 2 Qffidif 1 . F 1934- 'f ' Q vr i".'1l,wy2-yg ' y'l9R"f?'.if'ff'f.. a I xuf' I A! :gg 94, bv --.1121-41. ' Y. "-s.,,-,314 :mx-ws:-. V f'1f f " 17- ,f ' , '2f,'26Q"QZi'Z'? ' ' ' 'fu' 4 TEAM WINS STATE TITLE l. The dynamic duo of Olson and Fuson 3. What a powerful serve!! take the court. 4. Ginny Cobb is all eyes as she 2. Without the aid of this handy object, concentrates on her partners return tennis would not be the same. l. Concentration is shown by the Hornet harriers as they take the line for another close run. 2. Senior Doug Taylor sprints to another fine finish. 3. The Hornet Pep Club supports the team with signs at the only home meet of the season. 4. The l978 Cross Country Team consisted of Kneeling: Sean Defeo, Patty Ortega. Mike Benedick, Craig Layman, Ken Matthew, Bruce DuFresne. Second Row. Coach Gene McClain, Bill Sandridge, .lean DuFresne. Scott Bash. Gerald Delmuro, Hoyt Robey. Mike Reiman. Sharon Barbour, David Conkling, Mike Matthew. 5. Craig Layman pours it on to finish the race in t7ne fashion. 6. The harriers add laughter to their hard work by displaying their team shirts, which they wore on the days of their meets. C 'lug fx J 'Za gif 94 hull JP , "4 ., 'IMG gg.. V. 11216 1, " .r. L 4 Qf3'1f5f F ,. 1 2' , QT , Vw ' ,Y ' Q:-,ul Ss . .v-M4 i l"l H .,,, , Y HMT li.. L .. 4.0-1- f A-1 f 113, fl- nn ,,,Jl" ,.,.. ,,1 N Q ,pls N QROSS COUNTRY The I 97 8' cross country season consisted of more personal accom- plishments than team triumphs, This resulted because of the hardships experienced among the unbalanced team, Hoyt Robey kept spraining his ankle which interrupt- ed his season, Paul Curtis, joined the team late and improved a great deal before the season ended, Bruce DuFresne lead the team in consistency as he was consistently good. Senior Doug Taylor not only paced the harriers, but blessed the team with a new school record as well. The Hne showing from the other seniors helped to bring the Hornets a third place showing in the conference, as well as keeping them in the top Hnishers in their numerous lnvitationals and Clas- sics. The harriers faced a new 5.-.....-. '. 1 . , . .fs V .n . " . Q. --f ' mph- ' A A ' + A, 'ff Ia-fA'l9v'4R5"2 M H' , ,, Q K . 4, M., -If , M., -W4 . g?,.-..f,....,-1W3,,.q- D , w . - - .2 px'-fs , 9 '4 '-, N G M4 -Q 1521 4 , -, uhxgg experience this season, with the addition of a small number of girls. Although there were not enough girls out this season to Held an entire team, the few who were out did quite well. These girls show the hope of a full girls team at Northtown in the coming years. ,K 1,4163 95 Hornets Po wer Spikes 4- ,,n ' I The I 978 Girls' Varsity and JV Volleyball Team consisted of Front Row: Manager Shelly Stielow, Carol Vogel, Teresa Morris, Lori Hart- mann, Manager Belinda Nixon: Second Row. Christina Curtis, Mary Baker, Debbie Kimball, Lori Lee, Carolyn Linder, Helen Bright. Denise Parrett. Sha wnda Merriman, Third Row: Kristie Fetters, Pam Saxton, Lisa Larson, Kim Walsh, Lori Thomas, Laurie Carson, Julie Gorham, Kathy Sanders, Joyce Helm, Cynthia Lashbrook, Coach Cobina Jacobs I. Pam Saxton spikes a hard shot during a tight contest. 2. Coach Jacobs and team discuss the highlights of the game immedia- tely after the final play. 3. Kim Walsh. captain of the varsity, Coach Jacobs, and Lori Lee, captain of the JV squad lead team. 4. Connie Hayden shows Hne form as teammates wait for the return, '1 D . - f' The starting line-up for this year's varsity volleyball team left little to be desired. This powerful squad matched wits with some of the toughest competition in the area and did well in each contest. They worked well together throug- hout the season to end with a 4-4 record in conference play, and a 6-8 tally overall. A new type of offense was mused by the Hornet girls, and many difHculties adjusting made way for the opposition to take advantage of the situation. Although the season was not a total success, it was a Hne showing of will-power and determi- nation. This year's junior varsity squad had a winning season with a record of 8-6. In Hve of these contests this powerful squad did not allow their opponents to win a single game, due to their offensive power. AK Zin' , V T Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. 5 7 I2 I4 I9 26 28 3 .I V Volleyball Winnetonka Park Hill Liberty Center I Belton Ex. Springs Ft. Osage Liberty I a.......... Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. I0 I2 I7 I9 24 26 Center Belton 2 Ex. Springs Ft. Osage I Oak Park S i Raytown South I NKCOPP 0 2 2. 0 2 0 2 0 2. 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 2 I B 0 U22 ' 2s -1 .13 q. tg Sept. 5 Winnetonka Ig 2 Sept. 7 Park Hill I 27 0 Sept. I2 Libertyj I 2 I I Sept. I4 Center 2 0 Sept. I 9 Belton . 2 I Sept. 26 Ex. Springs 2 0 Sept. 28 Ft. Osage 0 2 Oct. 3 Liberty 2 I I Oct. I0 Center I 2 Oct. I2 Belton I 2 Oct. I 7 Ex, Springs 0 2 Oct. I9 Ft. Osage 0 2 Oct, 24 Oak Park 0 2 Oct. 26 Raytown South 0 2 Winnetonka Tournament - 3rd place I . Julie Gorham and Cindy Lashbrook jump for the block. 2. Kristie Fetters spikes hard while teammates Connie Hayden and Julie Gorham look on. 3. Kim Walsh makes a sound jump in order to keep the ball from landing in the back court. 4. Kathy Sanders and Cindy Lashbrook get ready for the serve. 5. Coach Jacobs counsels the team during a short break. we - yg '. . .-x.a2q,.. Qi' ' , , .vm X N.. N- r ,. I -Zi 4 .... N W Q A xx! ! Q lm Spikers Spark Fire x f ' K g I Varsity Boys' Basketball M. NKC OPP 'Q B Dec. l Oak Park 70 72 T" Dec. 4-8 Winnetonka Tourn. lst .,-, Dec. I5 Ft. Osage 72 62 i Dec. I9 Hickman Mills 83 72 2:.31',Jan. 5 Ex. Springs 67 65 9 Park H111 78 45 f I2 many 65 48 26 Belton 102 78 27 Truman 49 57 ' ,V y. 30 lee's Summit 69 71 f 2 cane, sz ss- 6 Ft. Osage 73 y ' 9 fx. Springs 75 V liberty - 75 . 1 33551 , Q16 sam 7. ez 1 .C i7', Winnetonkag . 67 gl I . Brooks Brown looks for a teammate to pass the ball to. 2. Richard Bridges hopes to put it in as Kirk Austin is ready to rebound. 3. Fading on his man and shooting for "two" is Chuck Higgins. 4. Running the offense, Mike Carney keeps the ball moving. 5. leading the fast break. Dennis Parker passes off to a teammate. This year's Varsity Boys' Basketball team was one of the best Northtown has ever seen. They showed their outstanding abilities in over-all play. but really proved tops in conference. The final over-all tally for this powerful squad was I2-4. The cagers held on through the conference race to win their fourth straight Hrst-place title. They again went undefeated and won their thirty-second straight confer- ence game. The team was led on a whole by Richard Bridges. Chuck Higgins. and Brooks Brown. Yet. the season would not have been a success without the hard work and de- termination shown by the entire team. W Q. .-Q . .. ...... 1 n'..f A ,., 180 -1 2 5 WA f 'is 5 ELI -" ld 53,7 5 1 4 is v 2 q l00 The l978-l979 .IV and Varsity Boys' Basketball Team consists of Seated. Managers: Roger Morris, Stacy Buckley. Stan Buck. Bobbi Block. Mike Jackson. Second Row: Scott Sandridge. Gary Beck. Doug Wyland. Chuck Higgins, Mike Carney. Paul Curtis. Rusty Baehr. Scott A ,v, McConnell. Back Row: .IV Coach Tom Stout, Tim Base, Tom Sunderland. Brooks Brown, Dennis Parker. Kirk Austin. Phil Phillips, Rusty Cooper. Richard Bridges, Phil GrifHth, Branion Blank. David Willett. Varsity Coach Bill Durham ...can .. . 4 1. ...- Q . Y - av .:.,.4v.-fe T1-'-'rw' 1 ' T I W M Sc L , in x,,:L.4 I I - f . ' - V n N 'X L I fy?" -1:34 ig 2 5 H .i. xx my . 4 5 ,iss-L., ?-' 1A ' ab- -N.. lf' ' sf "' AQ 'Q xx X K xx 2 K... 6 -M -Tw, . gs X MQ ' f 'VYQH-x'AN:,i.gq ,J , K 1 ,, ...A , yew.. . .sw- H7 LSU 3 XX Conference Champs Undefeated! "Q 149' . :. rf f V . - a G , f . . 1 "" .e - Q e , . EQMM., mule ,, A E Q .,, x N gsm g" . Q' L' 2 , f.. V ,, g, M ' - ' ' " ' - ,Z ,,,, ,., V' Q f. ,QB wi ' new A -1' af :sew 1 n , I J' MWKAZH, .M , -4 V... Lf , 4 5 foach Tom t . 44 1 jf C la ff, md, Brooks lustin, Phil rd Bridges, :vid Willett, 4-ef - df A is 1, 1 Q ,. 1 ""-T ' I in ,--, .-.. 5 n :L 549' 4 , Az., I 2 I . A--,4 5 F 4 X I 5' N I. Chuck Higgins drives through a Truman defender, 2 Phil Griffith concentrates on a pass Coming from Scott McConnell. 3, Shooting a 'jumper" for two is Richard Bridges. 4. Concentrating on his free throw is Kirk Austin. V 5. Dennis Parker looks off his man for another assist. I x H- t.s. . ff 'Lf .-f --f If '-ani - " 9 4 QP--9 'N-L 'E Q s I 5 ,V '- ix. V59 f I ffm 3 3 X K gf., . ei Ki i i ...A "Y-V - ' - 4 I ,- 'SX Q o It? m'-'M' ' u. r , ,-o,.,- I , , Q , , ' Q! z ' ! f: ,,, J o Xi Roundballers Shoot For Two Q o ' 4 ' U--:AIR 4 V o is i!. . -'N si H I X ,f + K t of o F , 5 i E : 3 E U ff Q 1 i 5 ' A' ' A oi Q ,, A 103 wa ,A M 5 Q ' ' 'sa HT fi i , A ,, ,.,, if-8 h w.f,,.,,,yMV'! M 5 Teams Show Their Quality 1 ,le ny' I Ziff eff, i The I 9 78-l979 Boys' Sophomore Basket- ball Team consists of Seated: Jeff Holloway, Stacy Wheeler, Rob Wolverton, Mike Boos, Jon Wilson, Kevin Gastineau. Back Row: Coach Ed Jackson, Dan UMI Duensing, Mark Thompson, Matt She- pherd, Terry Warman, John Griffin, Russell Gregory, Mike Parker. Tad Orr. Jamie Deason. ?gpff,fPf :ga-,awe 4. 4 H ar W Matt She' 7n, Russell 7rr, Jamie li- ' "ff ,, ' '11 - y 'iw - A!-" 1 ,, .. , v- ' ' 1- ve. . , fwutltiffif e' ' ' ' W M, , J ' 4 N 32 f-4 f 1 -,1 4,4 . 4 Z is M!! i ,,, J. n..,.., ln, W' f -G-4 . ,.,,,,.,, """"" '-'O'-'-v I. Rob Wolverton shows his defensive e ii ,,sei, V ei,, Mi ,, QAZW fiv, ,x,A 2. With an offensive rebound, John Griffin V S I , ' Z goes back up. K by , fi llii I1,fg5fQ,Qf f ii 5 3. The l978-l979 Girls' Basketball Team Nav., consists of Front Row: Julie Gorham, NOV' 27 K' k'Yf'W"f: 'll I ' ' f' Jennie Gorham, l.inda Pruett, Shari Ford, J gs ' f , . ,' Q l,,' Ellen Fuson, Kim Cooper, Kim Walsh, Dec. ll Fmpgaggr f ii J J Connie Hayden, Second Row: Manager Def- 14 CQMBIJ . . . on. is Liberty , , r fi'i Laurie Specker, Debbie Kimball, Anne jan 4 Ex spmgsfi Reschke, Wynne Beam, Brenda Block, Lori jan, 3 gefgvni S Lee, Brenda Basth, Cynthia Ramsey, jan' ff fl' 0f-'Eff Debbie Sovereign, Manager Kathy Bruns. jg: gjzlbjfngmu A Back Row: JV Coach Jody Eaton, Jennifer J,-,,,, 23 W5,,,,,,0,,ka , B33 O'Conner, Lori Jackson, Christina Curtis, fav- 25 Ubfffy S J 49W Ginny Cobb, Jean DeFresne, Terri ZZ' 2? 5:hf:""'gs S Lenzmeir, Carolyn Wade, Barbara Swan, Feb. 5-I0 Regionals Ist lf S ' Varsity Coach Dale Williams, Ffh' 12-I7 State 51h 4. Defending her area of the zone is Ellen Fuson. 5. Watchful Julie Gorham doesn 't let that ball get past her. 105 To win I6 of20 games. To take conference. To go to state. At the beginning of the girls' basketball season, the varsity squad set these three major goals, and they stopped at nothing to achieve them. They achieved their first goal by running by their opponents in I S games. This was somewhat linked to the second goal as the Hornets went undefeated in conference play. They then started to work on their third, and Hnal, goal. This was the tough one. They knew that it was going to take everything they had, but they didn 't mind the extra work. The first step up the ladder was the Trojans of Park Hill. It was close, but the girls pulled their efforts together and won 43-42. St. Joseph Central was then the only thing standing in the way of a regional title for this powerful squad. They started tough. and held on to take the regional crown with a 45-43 victory. The state tournament was the next thing awaiting the Hornet team. After downing Paseo 52-40 in the opening game. the girls had only high hopes for the rest of the tournament. But these dreams were shattered by a strong team from Hickman Mills. Even though they were out of the tournament, this outstanding group had much to be thankful for. Coach Williams had helped them to achieve a season they would never forget. I. The l978-1979 Girls' Varsity Basketball team consists of Kneeling: Connie Ha yden. Julie Gorham, Second Row: Kim Cooper. l.inda Pruett, Third Row: Jenny Gorham. Kim Walsh, Back Row: Shari Ford. Ellen Fuson 2. Sophomore sensation. Julie Gorham. always looks for action. 3. Attempting to win the jump ball is Jenny Gorham, 4, The Varsity team celebrates another victory. 106 I? 4 U 'Wi -:nufm 'I' I i v i I 4-Q""""-1 ,---1- I hs.. M if F- 2 , Team Wins Regional A 4 rf ' ' . 1 , Y, B 'I ,Wifi ,. 5 , J 1 4 'I W AW ' I 1 1 , I I' I. Four Varsity players, Kim Walsh, Ellen Fuson, Shari Ford, and Jenny Gorham wait for their fifth team mate. I 2. Ellen Fuson drives past her defender. I 3. Craig Orr takes another first. 4. Shooting a jump shot is Julie Gorham. I while her sister Jenny, awaits a possible I rebound, . I I Girls Taste State gi A I I P I II I I '.I I ,I ,I III I III II 'II II II II VI II II I I In II I I In 1. I1 II I1 I I I I ,I I II I 33 ..,, . Aj. , , vw ff, I . , 5 f f 2 1 ff if ,MW .- ..,..., as e--- My ,,---- M . ffa 3: QT' "Q ' K . .,, I M, ,. ' 4, If' 4 M V - , L 'W 'A 4- V' fu---L I .- I "' ,ff J ' f , ,,-:e-- :V e -Q... -i 'f e col usty Mike Kevin Stev 1 I I 08 I I I .,. , ,, i Th R 6, ,far 4.7 ini. f f I-iq 'III 4. ag,,,,.,.-q,,, ' ., ..-5 YIPE V ,J K A MT ,4 If , M . A ,,,, 113 2 , The i978-I979 wrestling season brought much excitement to everyone involved. The team worked hard to achieve a 7-3 Varsity record and a 6-3 tally on the Junior Varsity level. In conference play, the Hornet grapplers brought in records of 3-I Varsity, and 2-I .lunior Varsity. The Varsity squad represented the school well by finishing second in the Eighteenth Annual NKC Invitational. Although the only first place Hnisher was in the form of heavyweight Craig Orr, the team had many seconds and thirds to add to the team total in the two-day event. In the overall season, the grapplers were lead by Craig Orr, David Mitchell, Steve Penick and Larry Mathes, Also, leading the team in a different sort of way was Head Coach .lerry Diehl, This year Coach Diehl was given one of the top honors awarded. He was voted the I 979 Missouri State High School Wrestling Coach of the Year. nVafSf1rfiK?restIiffs2 i .a ff NW- 231 f ,Den '25, ,. 1 F DPP' 5 S Dec. 1714 f gg T , T ' X - ' ' 'M "Q,Q14eif .Use S . , Il fs.X .. .. V . , p . lo' . N X., :sat rw .gg fi g, ' w-1 w tf, t X A Q g Wg, ggi 4 as f , 1 J 2 5- f 2 M X Q X- 8 7 Q Q V1 X f 4 C a X Q 'X A ff 1 ., 1 if . 1. vtszvwrs- yy-. -5 51- asf, X, ma ss.-W-s-s ww4Li:2.?f's' 1: 4 W 1 K W cc' Nw-1 - X ' ,. 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H ' ffl wig A f f 4 ,,,, " ., 5 ,, , . xi - - Grapplers Grab A Good Diehl H-,,, ' 1 M... J.s 1 The i978-1979 Boys' Wrestling Team consisted of Front Row, Steve Penick. Rusty Cooper, Mark Rogozienski, David Mitchell, Jay Maddick, Clint Beshears, Mike Kraft, Richard Mitchell, Da ve House, Kevin Karnes. Second Row: Craig Orr, Larry Mathes, Kevin Stephens, Mark Retzer, Steve Whipple, Bruce Brown, Doug Wheelock, Forrest Roudebush. Third Row. XZ X -,. ,adv pac.. - Tom Baker, Dennis Layton, John Laughlin, Ken Kavanaugh, Mike Matthew, Joe Maddick, Ken Matthew, Doug McConnell, Steve McConnell. Back Row: Manager Jeff Diaz, Jeff Wolfe, Kirby Hills, Bill Beezley, Troy Birmingham, Steve Duncan, Pat Combellick, Manager Doug Kean, David Lanzoni, "R!i,.4:::g - - -.. lllfl 1 3 l Z 5 Ii, I V .E ,. w 1 i If The I 979 Varsity Wrestling team consists Deahl Craig Orr l.arry Mathes Mark of Seated Kevln Karnes R1chardMltchell Rogozlenskl Jay Maddlck Mlke Kraft Clint Beshears David Mitchell Rusty Dave House Seated Cooper Steve Penlck Varsity Coach .lerry ' ' a f ' H I I ' f ' ' 1 , '. l , 1 1 l l , I P I p I l ! 4 Grapplers Take Down Uv 'iff ' Z',tf sv . WJ V ,W l. Once more Craig Orr is in control of his man. 2. Again, Da vid Mitchell 's famous 'granby craddle" connects. 3. Mark Rogozienski gets ready for a break away. 4. David House reaches for a half I 2' es, Mark ke Kraft. 1 if f III l. "Rogo" hangs on! 2. Larry Mathes' concentration is at its best! 3. Trying to break the "tie Up" is Steve Pennick. 4. Rusty Cooper pulls another win. 5. 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N , nw-.1,.-'-. .,,, . ,,-, ,.,, gym Ag, ,,. , 523, f , , 7521.23 f" 's , ,iw 'ew 'J '. . :mi ff .,. , ug WWE uf 12283 -Vwwhns? The i979 Boys' Tennis Team Hnished in strong standing. The Varsity team ended with a I 3-3 record in over-all competition and a 3-l tally in conference play. The Junior Varsity squad had an equally impressive season by going un- defeated in conference match-ups and compiling a I2-3 record over-all. Head Coach Art Loepp ex- pressed his respect for this team by stating that his honest feeling was this team was one of the best groups of young men he had ever had the privilege of working with, He also said that this was one ofthe most persistent teams in the area, and that even though they enjoyed themselves as much as possible, they ended with the best record ever experienced by a Hornet tennis team. l. Sophomore Doug Reynolds holds his breath as he punches a half volley. 2. The i979 Boys' JV and Varsity Tennis Team consists of Kneeling: Mike Jackson, Jack Elledge, Peter Braun, Doug Reynolds, Steve Miller, Back Row Coach Art loepp, Charlie Travis, Jeff Wolfe, Brent Powell, Phillip Babcock, Brad McGinnis, Steve Horn, Dan Duensing, Tad Orr, Jon Carter. 3. Mike Jackson utilizes his powerful backhand. 4. Anxiously, Brent Powell awaits the on-coming serve. 5. No. I Varsity Singles Champion John Carter stretches for another Iob. II5 YA,,,,,,,,-:-W' X 4 ,, 9 . V' -' .-my f if 1 , 1 1 'za , 4 g, 51,6 4.4 f 1 1 1 I is , K ,. IA 4 , fm "Aiwa- YS' . . M ., Q .V ,yy 22 N ,X 'S f,.arf.f-'--., tj" V. ff. " 1 af LM as qi bfi? ,-1'-2 if . - ' ,.,, f f-Ny.-,., f ' V ' " , F QQ 9 A li If If 55:..: :,,,4 39622 4 ' 451.43 .a zz - ,HQ M ff',:f::jf-. , jf - Q is 253 , :. ,. If ' gt I. . e , 5 ,f WN. A frustrf of tha return Stan , talent seen A 3-7. L Da ve balls Then, travel nine l time 4 to im shots Tifzm H+ , It . al I' I Y1.? Q ,. ,,..,....-- in .ta-.N .4 Northtown 's golf team had a frustrating year, even though three of their four varsity players were returning lettermen, Mike Carney, Stan Buck, and Rusty Baehr. The talents of the team could not be seen in their record as they ended 3-7. Under the instruction of Coach Dave Cochran, the team would hit balls for two hours after school. Then, the dedicated golfers would tra vel to Cla ycrest Golf Club to play nine holes after which they spent time on the practice putting greens to improve putting as well as chip I. Coach Cochran helps Scott Jones with his back swing. 2. Varsity Golf Team members are Mike Carney, Stan Buck, Scott Jones, Rusty Baehr, 3. Stan Buck imitates Johnny Carson. 4. 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M wh' +4 I ' ' ,., 'ydflf 1-1 ,,-1 1 , , 2.-I , . 14, 6 X , r , . f .V Wea ther Plagues Tra cksters When Mrs. Stone was asked to describe the track season, she replied, "Wet, " The rain, sleet, and snow interfered with what might have been a Hne season. This was the Hrst year NKC Girls' and Boys ' track had practiced together. This resulted in good attitudes and hard work. The track members kept going despite the weather. Honored by the teams were the outstanding track members. The Best Sophomores were Mike Boos and Julie Gorham, Best Juniors, Richard Bridges, Suzy Marcel, Best Seniors, Doug Taylor, and Paula Kirk. This year's overall Best Track Members, selected by the team, were Scott Bash, Brooks Brown, and Connie Hayden. IM' I. Attempting her highest is Connie Hayden. 2. The l979 Girls' Track Team consists of Seated: Paula Wood, Connie Hayden, Julie Gorham, Sharon Barbour. Second Row: Becky Carter, Mary Baker, Lezlie Conway, Shawnda Merriman. Third Row: Tracey Gerhold, Carlelle Ogden, Lori Hewlett, Ann Welch, Kim Hueser, in back of her, Dawna Michael, Jean DuFresne, Patty Ortega, Manager Shelly Stielow. Fourth Row: Kimber Woody, Suzy Marcel, Brenda Block. Back Row: Alisa Booth, Cindy Coakley 3. Paula Kirk gets enough height to make a successful Jump. 4. Finishing another Hne race is Jean DuFresne. 5. Julie Gorham sprints her portion of the mile relay. 6. Just a leg in the lead is Suzy Marcel. .s 7 U V- " ,lk . Ja Q, 'iw fa' ,- , Z ,,,..,jg-q-111' P' ,. ,z 'x I X an V. 1 i E 1 . i 3 n. 3 , 5' A., f V4 f' I 1 UQ! Y 'ul ki X 'E 6 B Q , -'va ' ' v , fi ' .. , ...a.......... P' .X X R Q! 1.5 I 1 5. 'u V. I . -Al 5 vw, 7 L V, A :fy " if, I 'O 'Pl I 4 , ,.,, rvtvyz, Wlfff , I ,KV.f A . N , ,.,, ixfix E4 ff-If J. 2 4 is 1 6 ..- I. 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Wg' 9 him is UQ-I ', -f' T A Yin xrkwfrif T -'ff The I A Richa- Robey Ken Sea Sec " 4- h L V 1 I I ,J I, fi' WHA' '-TT-'Tian 1 4.3. 1 , .1 vv V I ' 4 X u KN ' , 1 ep If 'K ,fi 1 f P 5 . k ,B , 1., 4 ? bv 1 tt W I NV, a The Boys' Track Team experienced something new this season when indoor track was added to the schedule. This newly formed group traveled to Warrens- burg for many meets throughout the season. The Hornets did well by taking a fourth place finish in the conference standings. Then. there was outdoor track, This team of young men had an outstanding season this year. They compiled four conference champs and a championship Boys' Outdoor Track NK C Quad: Center 2901! 2 NK C 134 Westport 6 7112 St. Piux TX , gr 5lf Oak Park I 91' 5 Li A Winnetonka S V Nkc - ++2ttiT-Q L- T ,NKC , kaltf L. . 1' f .V Mgvisf-'fT. .1-fffwf ,, Wm ,. ,Q Q . tegwfe ., Q1 1 X, Bellvn , H I Q" t, - 2 ,Q -I -.- .Q-16.5-g,Q5.,,.Q.. X15 f f T T f fT-vz,'SQf3,bfrK: S T' ' 0 ' X .T ,T T- -T ,Q K '..f" ""- NKVA 'Q' '- c",, ff-VB 'fam "' 'he "1""f' "Me 'fwdleye he 'LL' Eight members of the squad earnedae trip Ft foggy? r Ae,,a,r E eaAe VVe 5, srnr ie f T . - L T ,t - ' - 't.- i,?.,f TT r-'.'f to the state meet rn .lefferson-City. g The T, f's' Hornets Were l'8pf6S6l1I8d B! fb? 51316 meet' C K 'T g Q, e,., ,Q ,.,, T T L , - ' T L -K T L ,ir' 53,-ai LTTLE "Y M' 33939 "' "'Sf"f' Rffhafd B"d845T"' nnnl T . . , , ,, . , f f, , ..,,.- .,,.. ,.,, ,,.,'ff tngh 1ump,,,Hoyr Rabeym, twoemtlef rre,l T L 'lerr T - ,T T in T :Tf a..-r ntnie L f- 'f.-- nn'.-r1'sl .tfr 1 tentl wx V:,'f T -Hr rT wni 0+ L TT T .-rr frwr 94 , ffiks, 3 '7 ,n,rt , L33 T7a'4nTff'?f'? snne competmgfm Slate wascflfefqfwa+mtieTsrflawf,a,f, 1, , 13,5 'f f 2 Y faifij' 1 ,iee.r -team Tofu Scott fliaslfw T .Beams Q 'T .nvs PTT' ..T,.'T l ,... wl35uFwSne,Tf +?ndT,,P3!iL2fTs1VLQFfTT seea feen 3 TTTV f 'iii-3352.1 T T',T,T 1 -,TT , TT T,',7 'TTT T f'T' iTf:,TT,f:ff T,T- .T , T Taal f lTenT JZ, T,,,f' " T K Q ,,.' QT 1' "'1 'f' y 1' '.." 5 f1Tfl5gf?.2.-11,Z.Q Q ,zfflk -,'T""' t,,r ,Til , f T faft 1 1 T' N '--' '-v',. f"- -,,. -',"'-, ' trlu rfr,l ,'T' "'.l f rrrrTn 5 1 T,r, TT.eT ,, f,' T'T' I rlrr i 4 L' T,'T t 1 , , J , , r .v , f- sg N is , ...t 1 . - . R N .f Q.f T Sli 5 ""' S T T T . 1 X TX we X' J ...J 'sf ,A V, N 1 'T . if N 91.9 K V . y G 1 .03 L T -, ' AW . ....e " ' fx S rd ' 'R L J L' if-' 4 T ' f H., v J O. Q . 4 -x.f'f wt X' . 4.1, B R-, k T , 5? ' " -f T V- . T , a 7 .ravi 4- S ', ' f lx 'S -X ' 4 avg N 'lk . 1 F K s mf! n . . , . ,IQ wfgrg' A S Npl"t""" by F t W . ' A Q- 0 L AF in H I 'P M utr gr! 'Ski qi 3 .Ni 'I 'N if I uv "f-2 f gl -7 1 A' x 5-,s,t .1""' ," ,cf " V :T 1- A ,st W Q 'F "v"l',Zfifaf"'f"- 4 ""'i'A 1, T Ta Va' of A fw.1'V9'. .tfikef ' 1 ' 131, .. The 1979 Boys Team consisted of Seated: Richard Bridges, Mike Benedick, Hoyt Robey, Paul Taylor, Don Cobb, Scott Edgar, Ken Matthew, Charles Holmes, Mark Seaholdt. Scott Bash, Bill Sandridge. Second Row: Kent Meeker, Larry Cooper. Wes Long, Craig Layman, Joe Maddick, Vince Gullota, Mark Hogan, Bill Spencer, Brad Gamble, Kevin Stephens, Bruce DuFresne, Brooks Brown. Back Row: Da vid Poppenhagen, Tom Sunderland, Jeff Ragan, Jay Maddick. Matt Shepherd, .lim 2' Criswell, David Lanzonie, Gary Olds, Tom Baker, Kenny Lee, Steve Duncan, Doug Taylor, Doug Henderson, Kevin Devine. Mike Matthew, Mike Boos, Frank Bart- kowski, David Yaeger, Fred Kuenzi, Lance Bryan, Todd Allen, Clyde Fields. IZI ix gf A tv . 3' .X u K 5..A,,.Ajx,.yiA3,i1j:j.jg:.:Q.:.V g ...rf Zim! fy ,ff V. ,gi .5 'lf' ' ' 'I "f'V?YZXK 'K A A ' 'Q Ylggbqf 'J' XL1, .PY '. 1-pr,-H-,!. r,.Q.:.j-nf'-veg., I N7-K-1'xfl: K.A.,, V4.1 X f'VQgf.QL.fQW 'iff . x if lf" .-,lf . H A35x5.,2i'.",:.'u . j ' hal 'I 4 . 1 V- hx-wwe., -. tw -Ax v :V .af ,iv 'f 'ref an 'f I I 4225? r - f A . . V "naw 4. ' 5 F ., F A s Q3 l A .1 15- Aft-f'. .- ,U .'....- ...M W-flak. K?.lfK.... .gf,3.,,k,A. A, 5 A N' .lkf.-.Wai fill- A' " A A ' ' .' 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Those who joined practiced hard. Eighteen survived the cuts to represent Northtown on a varsity squad. and they did just that. They started the season strong and managed to continue going throughout the remainder of their competition. They ended their Hrst season of play with a Hne 4-8 record over-all. The team managed to buzz past both of their Northland rivals as well as downing the Center Yellowjackets in two separate match-ups. The team's most impressive win was against the Yellowjackets. 22-9. These eighteen. under the direction of Cobina Jacobs, were led during the season by Team Captains Cindy Lashbrook and Shari Ford. Kim Cooper was starting pitcher. I22 Softball NKC OPP. Apr. I0 Oak Park I0 5 Apr. I 7 Center 4 5 Apr. I8 Belton 5 6 Apr. I9 Ft. Osage Apr. 24 Belton Apr. 26 Center Apr. 27 Winnetonka May 4 Ft. Osage May 7 Park Hill May 8 Center May 9 Belton 7 9 May I0 Ft. Osage I 2 I. Amy Allen shows her stance just before a home-run swing. 2. As her opponent sleeps, Debbie Kimball steals base. 3. Coach .lacobs shouts advice. 4. Watching Laurie Carson 's great pitching form is Helen Bright. 5. Laurie Carson awaits the pitch. 5. The I979 GirIs'SoftbalI Team consists of Front Row: Manager Tiffany Schroeder. Helen Bright, Angela Vellenti, Barbara Swan. Manager Ray Park. Second Row: Cynthia Ramsey. Debbie Kimball. Lori Lee. Lori Hartmann. Vicky Gorman. Shelly Boos. Coach Cobina Jacobs. Back Row: Shari Ford. Cynthia Lashbrook, Kim Cooper. Laurie Carson, Amy Allen. Colleen Dennis, Teresa Terry. 1 ' I A7 ,si s K ,M gagtfffs gi-. 'V ' ' T '...' vs V -a "Vu ...wig 1-J. -AV . 7- ln, T 32- B uga.fg,.. my A 'Q if - . P b 5 ' ' X X '. , 0 Il EA - K k!2fr"" 'V ...',. ag ...gag ...gn ,V Q ,G +wN++1-+1-QT... N R 1 -444.-4.4 . A iff. 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J .. ,g ' lhe I: consist Carson Filer, ll ',,',, v we ffl . , .1 4 ,"'f', ' 'ff ' -' ' P4 Zia, YssQ5f5?w -'ff' 1.' , 'Y7 , 1' ' w I . gl The 1979 Boys' Varsity Baseball Team consists of Kneeling: Mike Bischler, John Carson, Mike Ludy, Paul Forbes, Mark Fifer, Doug Wyland, David Lyman, Gary fa, ':r 1-1 '.-' 1,,,-f- .J .f R H fn' 'f'. - kv '. ,-J ' Q ed? me if Q' 'A 'L lang' fizf zi 1 A " ia, " Q4 "f - '4' i i.- '3 'if' A f- 0 iw .4 .r - , , '-4, A -151.5 4 'M 'uf .fefgw M 'Q-gym -X M 1 W7 be MW' M' 5- ' fff-'f"::. . 1.5574 ' fv--'M 1 " 5' +1 ' , . 1. .- . , ,, ,, j,, 1 ,. aj 'E-isa lj -rl-, H!-5 ,qfj fi. 'vii V . "' 'i 'A ' N W A ' N N K! 1 f : ffl, Y i' I J I f-GMT' V, Rain!! lf you were to ask a Hornet diamondman what this word meant, he would probably answer you by saying "no game." This was probably the saying that described the l979 baseball season best. The Hornets were plagued by rain-outs and bad weather throughout the span of competition. But, every once in awhile, the sun would creep through the clouds and allow this anxious team to continue with their season. This powerful squad had many hard-fought, exciting games in conference play, as well as in the over-all season. They led the conference battle to the end, only to be defeated in the final two games. This ended the season with a second in conference and a I 3-6 record in over-all competition. Leading the hitting streak on the Varsity Squad were .Iohn Carson, Dennis Parker, and Mike l.udy. ln the defense department, the Hornets were lead by Doug Wyland, Kirk Austin, and Mike Ludy. I I. Southpaws Doug Wyland, Dennis Parker, David Williams, and Paul Forbes smile while the sun shines momentarily. 2. At third base Scott Sha ver makes a close rag. 3. Paul Forbes rests between plays. 4. Ace pitcher, Bill Lentz, warms up in the bull pen. ,V In I 1 1 , , 1 V'-f., .J Q aa ff , .1 Liza.: .. c .f , ., . 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WINNERS Paddleball - Steve Horn Fla Football - 8 Tom Breshears, Dave Cobb, Larry Cooper, Melisa Poteet, Sharon Barbour, Mark Palmer, John Garner, Steve Keltner, Steve Fakhoury, and Mr. Alexander. Basketball - Faculty Team - Gene McClain, Ed Jackson, Art Loepp, Tom Stout, Bill Alexander, Warren Platt, Linda Daniels, .lan Howard, Jerry Diehl, Duane Hall, Dave Velasquez pr-.N Q. Wim , --is :J W -J w . .f 'WNV ' Q V-v f ,Q-. .ipl Mu-mul' 1 A 17 .1 Q .,,,,a. , rg A at H, 1 1 t J 4 an 1-if 1 'NE W 152, fi S ,C ,I in . J, . A, , x., qi 1 N 4 X x 1 he 4 n Y f., U QL? ff ...a?"4"3gf12?ff:f lb. ff '35, A -f Ar ff in e '-1,-Agp ,-mf. , N , 'Sem '- 31 avi' "" ,Q 'T ,gp , .-w Kf. W, A 'risk' ',,,...,e' Softball- . Q -. , , be 3 ' D ' A 53 1 ll , Cancelled due- to rain Q 1 C x 3' rv 4 P. D:-Q21 A fx as QM vs . -21:-nl:-mf .. A- ,kg Q .en Active Students Keep Fit .I I x I glv . ,- 1 , .- NY L. 1. E I e , 4-,... ,. C ,, gr-1-1-Q., V ..',,, ,, ..,. 1 'di 'f . 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The organizers of this program, Mr. Bill Alexander and Mrs. Cobina Jacobs, agreed that intramurals should be a part of the life of every student at Northtown. They felt this would add to a closer, more organized student body. l. Gerald DelMuro looks for an open teammate. 2. Two teams square off at the line for flag football. 3. Deftly Brent Powell throws the bomb. 4. Scott Bash tries to get away from a ball that's chasing him. What is the individuals relationship to society? 6 .5 n . P' I' 1.5 'w .. .2 N 2' if L of lg I. .751 '4 9 z ' ' - 1 iff . E u. in - f . I :Q-11 k 1243 '29 '- A 43 i 5 'i 'i i 'M , , I ', E111 rp Ar ' N' 5' ' - r . 1 . - ' ' . .f. va, ,ff u j n . 'V Q -. ... if ' f a ff .Af P s A ' 5 it , '.'.'.:7:-" ' , ff 1,5 . MXL. , fx :V -' ,, Q , . 35, .va 'fl L 23:9 jr. Y- Q - 'gf' Q31 V. X 'iz' 3 -t " " Lif t - - Q H" A JW: 5 . J .5 5'1" ' ., V ,. , 7 J ' T," " . , rf" Q' , Q 2 a M .ry lr j- , E' gi, . . 1 ff' iii , v4 1 5- V - w i Q h " ie? 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' D J I:-j'VJx .1 ., qw - 7. neat. 4, -w , E - ,fa 5 s 4 fgrv 5 4 'J' AN' ,W ,V E K' lov My in KQV 3 N r' I Af Lizbhen Preside Historia 2 H051 Knopp, 3. Ane1 Variety 4 Cra Roberta school. f' .un 1 in W. bv.- v var' f on I ?' 2 1 1.5, 3' f .fm ,Mix 'f- 4v v 4 -.J +1 "' , x'ZL13.a'f' . f AA P' 'fi-3 ,, "A vw, ug, mv., nf fum,-an-1 1 '-1? . I . 3 fs. Z ,,,, V. ,M .,A A ,' .7-'77 iii 4 ' I v . X QQ if '.'i'f2'f,, 4 P l ff' 1 Z- .7,,,.'2f' .MJ I l. AFS, Club officers include Kelly Gibbens. President, Bob Walker, Vice . President, Not Pictured is Susie Riggs. Historian and Steve Owsley, Treasurer. 2. Hosting students this year were Tom Knopp, Bev Brenton, and Ken Kavanaugh. 3. Anette Berg sings "Evergreen" in the Variety Show. 4. Craig Calvert, Kelly Gibbens, and Roberto LoGrasso let the balloons go after school. 5. Craig Calvert, Kelly Gibbens and Suzy Marcel help fill balloons for the annual A.F.S. Balloon Race. 6. Santa fBob Walkerj presents Anette. Ricardo, and Alessandro with a FETCH check during the Christmas assembly. 7. Ricardo Jonas and Allesandro LoGrasso pause briefly at the Balloon Race. 5 lt 5 ..,l if 2, gf L 2 "Everyone smiles in the same language" has been the theme of North Kansas City High School's American Field Service Club for several years now. The club was Northtown's largest in the 78- 79 school year. The A.F.S. Club and Chapter hosted three students from Italy, Germany and Venezualia. The organization also acted as one of three hosting organizations for the German exchange students that attended Northtown in April of I 979. Anette Berg from Germany stayed with Bev Brenton and her family for the school year. Tom Knopp and his family hosted the Italian student, Alessandro l.oGros- so. The Venezualian, Ricardo Jonas, stayed with Ken Ka vanaugh and family. The Kavanaughs also provided a two week-home for Ricardo 's twin brother, a foreign exchange student staying in California. 1 4 Students Come From Afar E . H ,.,,f.7wff .... ' -ev' 'iQ L ,T 'I ti gli' fa . Y Mk?" 1 M W M. it V ,. l """"""l""7"""" " A .T ' Y "'Ti'ff""'f?w e ,foe 1 , H.. -S.. aw- .1 f 4 1 Q xl iff -1 -2,1 f ,K t , Q L' v "' H X 1 , , A 7 V I V One of A.F.S. Club's many fund raising activities was the annual Girl-Ask-Boy Square Dance, A.F.S. has sponsored this square dance for the past two years for the entire student body. Another fund raising activity was the Antique Show. Seventeen antique dealers from the Kansas City area brought their antiques to show and sell in the Held- house. A one dollar donation was requested upon entering which was used for the Americans Abroad program as was the other monies raised. This year's theme for the A.F.S. Variety Show was Goin' Roman. The Variety Show included everything from the Blues Brothers to disco danc- ing and 'playing hands." The show was co-sponsored by Thespians, and each club received half of the proHts. The show was performed for the student body during the matinee on March 23 and for the public thi! evening. Q I . Mr. McClain delivers a message from the Roman War to Cleopatra played by Robin Dillard. 2. An antique dealer sits and waits for customers. 3. Paul Forbes and Ms. Howard "Boogie Down" to the tune of "Shake Your Groove Thing" during the A.F.S. Variety Show. 4. Sleezetts, portrayed by Suzie Testorff Aide Andreu, and Cindi Mayor. entertain on the sideline. 5. Kirk Austin, Ellen Fuson, and Craig Orr hoe-down at the square dance. 6. Hornets take time out while the caller takes a break. 7. Bob Walker and Frankie Hutchin- son shiver with fright as Steve Buck makes demands. .F . Adds Variety --e.s...-- 4 . , ,K 3' S .... If Ee ui" H,,,...--""" if! .11 4" at-g,,, X -,.,-1' I J' ,..' , ff -M .gi Avg' Q 'I' ,lla-rvuw I lb I , ' Y f f 3 '5 IE A- 7 ,,..--- 19 .Na 3 smwwfvf 14 ir A 1 -nil' l K 27 '17 Clubs Sustain Skills Chess Club was for those students who were interested in sharpening their chess skills and learning new techniques during activity period. The club sponsor was Mr. Eugene Cole. Art Club was formed for people who are interested in art. They met once during every activity period block to discuss and work on art projects. Mr. Gene McClain was sponsor. Modern Music Masters Club was for students interested in music. Some of their activities for this year were a concession stand at the musical and a bake sale. They with sponsor Mr. Pat White also worked at Worlds of Fun to raise more money for music related expenses I l. Art Club members. Curt Lowrey, Kelly Gibbens, and Cindy Geary, keep a watchful eye on Mr. McClain. 2. OfHcers for Art Club this year are Curt Lowrey. Vice-President. Cindy Geary, Treasurer. Kelly Gibbens. President. 3. MMM Members John Garner and Bill Hilton are astounded that they heard a request to buy that instrument. 4. This year's Tri-M omcers are Steve Keltner, Treasurer: John Garner, President: .lim Criswell. Vice President: Not pictured Lesa Clegg, Secretary-Historian. 5. Bob Williams ponders over his next move. 6. Chess Club officers for this year are Jeff Diaz. President. Ra y Parks, Treasurer. Tom Shelton, Vice President. 137 8 Clubs Get Into Nature i--- Environmental Action Club's main concern was the conserva- tion of our natural resources. To help make the environment more enjoyable, the club had two trash-a-thons, an aluminum can drive, and paper drives every other Friday. The sponsors for EAC were Mr. Bill La wing and Mr. Bill Alexander. Concentrating mainly on activities, Recreational Club planned many indoor and out- door activities. A couple of outdoor activities were touch football, horseback riding and camping out. The indoor activi- ties were those intramurals offered to the student body, such as paddleball, bowling, and basketball. The sponsors were Mrs. Cobina Jacobs and Mr. Bill Alexander. I. REC officers for this year are Natalie Cessna, President: Tracy Hager, Secre- tary: Stan Slaughter, Vice-President. Not pictured is Sally Stockwell, Treasurer. 2. This year's EAC officers are Front Row: Jerry Bowhay, Historian: Linda Stinnett, Secretary. Back Row: Bill Stipek. Vice-President, David Willet, President: Mike Quarles, Treasurer, 3. Rob Fecho gets the feeling of an EAC hayride as he picks out the hay in his shirt. 4. Wanda Hiebert and Cathy Boyd deliver papers to the Recycling Com- pany. 5. HRA members provided lots of recreation after school for all interested students. Here the Skins play the Shirts in basketball. L.. v A a L 534.7 T il l --1 -Wy . fy F "wif we fr vff .a:-'f?fffx ,- We 36 , ,4Z. .g,:p.:,,,,.g 11, 1- 1 -f 1 va . , V ,, ' Q ' L A G , 2' v X '99 I X -. 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'f f Mr, Mfclqih Mr. Schirijier WZ 'M' f f Clubs Get In vol ved O -gil I , , f A - A 'rm M' .fy All . Q -f', , W, ,mum vw ' W usa, I s WW x Z ,, ,LQ . P,--L...: A ,. ,,,.,. f -.1 4 W X I 3 f-ai, I AWN Through the Booster Club many adults became more in- volved with North Kansas City High School activities. At every football game. Booster Club members could be seen wearing their special jackets and cheering. During the basketball season. the Boosters opened a hospitality room to serve cookies and coffee to other parents. At halftime of the N.K.C. vs. Winnetonka Basketball game. money was collected by the Boosters for the family of former student Brent Peacher. The Boosters bought the trophies for N.F.L tournaments and held a contest fora trip to Las Vegas. The Boosters supported many clubs and sports. OfHcers of this year's Poli- tical Science Club were Susie Riggs. Jodie Euritt, and Bob Walker. This year club members cooperated with Mayor Clark Ferguson and the City Council of North Kansas City in planning and participating in a Student Government Day January 23. The club also went to Park College 's mock UN where participants learned Hrs! hand what it's like when governments clash. com- promise or agree. Mr. Don Duey was sponsor. I. Darren Prather, Steve Modeer, Patty McCale and Cathy Boyd make vital city- wide decisions. 2. How to run a city is the dilemma P.J. Gunter. Kendall Matheny. John Carson, Mike Bischler, Jack Dunham. Janie Mueller and Chris Hogan face. 3. Mr. Bash and Mrs. Meeks attend a Booster Club meeting. 4. The Mock City Council. Kendall Matheny. John Carson, Mike Bischler, Jack Dunham, Darren Prather. Steve Modeer, Janice Mueller. discusses city issues. 5. Ofhcers of Booster Club were Mr. Quick, Mrs. Parker and Mr. Wyland. g1 1 Q German Club started off the year by selling Bratwurst and pretzels at a football game. Some of their other fund-raising activities for their scholarship fund were a car wash, candy sale, and making Valentine cookies. They, also, participated in the Homecoming Parade. To end the year out, they had a banquet and went to Worlds of Fun. Mrs. Gold sponsored this club. y 142 I:-V I L. I 5 .J Z.. ,fr 5 . 'Q .d V ,,,,....4.-n-19" a x L : , l Language Clubs Link World I This year the International Student Experience allowed Mrs. Pate and Hve other students to visit France. The participating students were Maria Benitez, Laurie Specker, Amy Poteet, Duane Tarvin and Stem Libra. Some of French club 's many activities were an ice skating party, carnation sale, cooking crepes to celebrate the Mardi Gras, and participating in the Homecom- ing Parade. I I . Ofhcers for German club this year are Anne Reschke. Secretary, Tracey Gerhold, Treasurer: Steve Owsley, President: Kim Walsh, Vice-President. Not pictured is Jerry Colvin, Historian. 2. French club officers are Denise Byrd, Secretary: Maria Benitez, President: Margene Childress, Treasurer. Not pictured is Amy Poteet, Vice-President. 3. Mary Modrak and Kim Lynch prepare another crepe for the Mardi Gras. 4. Denise Byrd makes sure that she gets that motion in the minutes as Mrs. Pale and Maria Benitez show their astonish- ment. 5. Steve Owsley, James Bohanan. and Scott Green munch down during a German club meeting. 143 The Spanish Club Members, known as Conquistadores, par- ticipated in many activities this year. They had a swimming party at the beginning of the year, worked at the Arrowhead Stadium conces- sions, and held two campouts. They also sold tacos at the North Kansas City Debate Tournament and had a Christmas party. The Club's spon- sor was Mrs. Jacqui Becker. This year's president was Susie Riggs, Vice-President, Vicky Gorman, Treasurer, Tami Barry, Secretary, Maria Benitez, Historians, Pam Wood and Mike Matthew, and Sergeant-at-Arms, Brenda Block. I I. Spanish Ofticers Tami Barry, Susie Riggs, Mike Matthew, Vicky Gorman, and Brenda Block take time out for a picture. 2. German dancers, the Rheinlanders, perform their traditional Hand-Slapping Dance. Rheinlanders are Debbie Sover- eign, Cheryl Daniels, Hui-Hua Shu, Chris Fischer, Kathy Bird, Belinda Nixon, Tom Knopp, Jerry Colvin, Bill Stipek, Jim Hochstatter. 3. Vicky Gorman dictates important dates to Pam Wood. 4. Spanish Club, French Club, and German Club participate in the Homecoming Parade 5. The Rheinlanders entertain the students from Germany. 6. Members of all three clubs proudly display the flags from their country in the Homecoming Parade. Clubs Team Up 144 ef. 5 525 .Nw-. .ww s Lx 4 .. ,X .-.. W' Q ly? Q iw' J -..-..,...s 6 Q H 1, -J2f,.3. ' .4 , ,.,..- v' . 5 . -6 'M' aw 'Y' L' Yi AV V ii 1 . 3 We 'M -Ky 3 'J gl AI A so , f al m ' 1 9, VG' " 1. 14.3 V I 2 fu W' Nmm f - ......-- l 4' s tif Q ,Z 2 if V Q J ff Q Q ,. 1 af, - ,,mm ,A Zj,1f,3Qg,, 1 ,, u'o'4 ' 3 , 1 y O. ws. at gig .. r- Q ,ali i ,-:sis ' :Nm 0 Vifvlnnnnqg Br -.p C3 - l l. "Look out, Mr. Loepp, here it comes," 3. David Mitchell, Chaplain, Doug I is the cry at the N-club sponsored Taylor, Vice-President, Kim Cooper, student-faculty basketball game. Secretary-Treasurer, Shari Ford, Pre- 2, Officers for F.C.A. this year are Steve sident, Doug Henderson, Sergeant- Penick, Chaplain: Doug Henderson, at-Arms. Not pictured is Rusty Baehr, President, Kenny Lee, Treasurer. .lunior Representative. l w A gel, ul I4 1. A-n 'I-f V fl ..- 2 A thl ti ci disc serv v ty. lt thesa there mere year Don Clubs Serve Community W .S -14.2 igff Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club members par- ticipated in different group discussions as well as doing service projects for the communi- ty. lt is through programs such as these that the athletes learn that there is more to the game than mere physical competition. This year's sponsor for FCA was Mr. Don Cobb. gm t .' 3 1' io' 412 iff' Q " ' 'WRC' ' N-Club is an organization for those athletes that have lettered at least one year at North Kansas City High School. The club pro ved that athletes do more than participate in sports by raising over S500 for the Gail Spotts BeneHt at the North Kansas City Wrestling Tournament. They also sponsored two basketball games this year. One was the N-Club vs. Faculty game and the other one was North Kansas City Police Station vs. Faculty. X KBUZ Radio broadcasted daily to students from 7:30 to 8:00 in the morning. Programs included News, Sports, and many feature shows, like the Gene McClain Show, along with the regular disc-jockey format. The high school radio station trains students in radio technique and style. All of the programs on the radio station were created by the students. The station was connec- ted with the speech department under Mrs. Georgia Brady. This year's sta ff consisted of 25 people including a Sports Director. News Director, Program Director. and a Station Director. KBUZ 's main purpose was to educate students in the Held of radio as well as to entertain the Northtown student body. The newly formed Home Economics Club 's sole purpose was simply to do things for other people. Some of their activities were St. Patrick 's Day carnations for Compton 's Nursing Home, Easter baskets for the Maple Valley State School for the Severely Handicapped, and a bake sale. Future Teachers of America tried a taste of teaching to see if this was the career they wanted by going to Norclay Elementary School to help tutor. These potential teachers took part in a taco party, cadet teaching, and various other parties for the elementary school like the Easter egg hunt held in the stadium. -gm Clubs Aid Others l. Brent Powell prepares for another day on the radio. 2. This year's Home Economics Club ofHcers were Karla Russell, Secretary: Wanda Hiebert, Treasurer: Leslie Snow. Vice-President, Cathy Boyd, President: Diana Ritter, Historian. 3. This year's KBUZ members were Seated: Hoyt Robey, Vice-President: Bob Walker, President. Second Row: Mrs. Brady, Branion Blank, Gary Olds, Natalie Cessna, Scott Martin, Brent Powell. 4. Cindi Smith gets a helping hand as some of the Home Economics Club members pass out Easter baskets at the Maple Valley State School for the Severely Handicapped. 5. F. T.A. officers for this year were Bottom Row: Kathy Williams, Historian: l.inda Pruett, President, Robin Dillard, Vice-President. Second Row: Joyce Helm, Secretary, Wendy Wilson. Treasurer. Top Row. Susan Arasmith. Photographer. l At the STUCO Assembly to elect the new Tri-Chairmen, all speakers praised the productive- ness of those representatives chosen from each second-hour class. The active council was led by the T ri-chairmen Ellen Fuson, Mark Palmer, and Bob Walker. Suzy Marcel was Sergeant- at-arms second semester. This year's Student Council sponsored many activities includ- ing a canned food drive, chili supper, student ID 's, and the slave auction. Starting a possible new tradition, STUCO helped welcome and host Hfteen German exchange students. The council had many activities other than fund raising projects. These included inviting the Honorable Senator Eagleton to speak at an assembly and having the clubs at NKC rewrite and resubmit their constitutions. S TUCO also spon- sored "Disco Mixers" and the All-school picnic. I. Mike Bischler finishes the last of the chili at the Stuco Chili Supper. 2. Providing canned goods for the needy is Susan Brooks. 3. Trying to attract buyers at the slave auction are Kendra Bell and Suzy Marcel. 4. The fifteen German exchange students and their sponsor were introduced at the Stuco assembly. 5. Frau ElHe Kuhn, sponsor of the German Exchange Students, speaks to various guests at the welcoming dinner. 6. Chuck Higgins smiles as the auctioneer points out his best qualities. 7. At the chili supper Cathy Carney can 't decide what to have while Mr. Carney and larry Cooper know exactly what they want. Slave auction participants were Sophomoresf Brian Wendling, Larry Mathes. Pat C ombellick. Rob Wolverton. Sandy Lowers, Jennifer Ager, Ginny Cobb, Cathy Carney. Alternatesf Steve Hultz, Julie Carlson, Kelly Perkins. Juniors: Brooks Brown, Scott Fricke, Tom Pryor, Chuck Bengimina, Kendra Bell, Laurie White. Suzy Marcel, Janice Corbett. Alternates: Mike Jackson, l.ee Reynolds. Seniors. Chuck Higgins, Mike Carney, Mike l.udy, Todd Burnidge, Darren Prather, Melissa Poteet, l.ori Thomas, Martha Gurley, Frankie Hutchison. Alternates: Doug Hender- son, Carrie Pfaff r i. Stuco 5 tri ves, Thrives 2 RUM 04 69.6" af gg" , T Y fn Y 3-gp. L',,2 x 'L K A Y 1 P1 J r 5 H , 0' 0 f X """vwwwW,.., U MW "Wm, I J 'fs ggi I 0 '-, GP Q i was ffm in x E13 . . M7332 ana-Fil .a nn 1. 5 Zlillillifl-e liliillje 15: Wim Qirggav L ffa K I: ' 'z'l:u u:-.5 ,gn :..J LII lm' . r ' -fl ag: nf 1 Hfgiililr .. Q 5 1 Ln ' A g 5 - ? ff x f .,,,,,s4 42 .. -E H 1 ' Y' ,x ' K CX Wdhp .. -,,,Y4.,, 'f' Y I I,1i-i7i- '- ' ""'-LQ. .,, . ' :.lll'Ll.u .!n,..... Qliwlun ::::5g:,7L, V113 fe .1 ll Ili PRE' - gf JUS,-' . 'V i 'i..:'E:.7' 'L ll.. J N ELEM? . f i!5..EQ:5- 254: .. J 5 2 ft. 4 0 X "1 : V x w . 'F' Q 4' 1 P ws Fine Arts Flourish Honors I . The Madrigals singing group relax after their very successful performance. Pictured are Becky Jones, Carrie O'Dell. Bill Kearnes and Lourdes Sanchez. 2. Linda Blake, Karen Olson, Eva Myers. Maria Reynolds. Cheryl Thomas and Julie Baker, members of the Girls Sextette. prepare to sing their winning selection. 3. Sherri GifHn. Paul Forbes and Debate Coach Georgia Brady know what it takes to run a successful NFL tournament. 4. Mr. Terry Carpenter. Linda Blake and Mr. Pat White show the joy of winning. 5. Music contest ballots display the one ratings at State. The l978- 79 school year proved to be another successful one for the Hne arts department. The vocal music groups, under the capable leadership of Mr. Jerry Carpenter. brought home tremen- dous results from each contest they attended. Competitors attending state brought home two two ratings in the solo event. and one ratings returned with the Sextet and Madrigals groups. Harmonaires proudly placed Hrst at the Maryville swing choir contest. Instrumental music, under the careful guidance of Mr. Pat White also had a successful year. lnstrumentalists traveling to the state competition triumphantly brought six one ratings and four two ratings back to NKC. The orchestra placed second at state. Marching band reaped its share of awards by moving into finals at the Missouri Band Bowl. Jazz Band also represented North- town well at the William Jewell district event. Debate and Drama competing under coach Georgia Brady qualiHed two contestants for state. both returning with superior ratings. Attending the NFL tour- nament. debate and drama students again emerged winners. taking sixth in girls' extemporan- eous speaking and taking fourth in debate. These results all combined to make the NKC Hne arts depart- ment a success. 153 Father Makes Life Fun The drama department opened its season with the Junior Class play. LIFE WITH FA THER. The three-act-comedy, written by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, offered an intimate look at the Da ys, an upper middle class New York family around the turn of the century. The family activities were molded by its patriarchal father. Under the direction of Mildred Fulton, cast, crew and the Junior class ofHcers spent three weeks working overtime to make the production a success. The sell-out crowd at the matinee November I 7 proved their efforts were worth while. Audiences were kept laughing through a standing ovation. Playgoers attending the evening show also enjoyed the Hne entertainment. The produc- tion was a Hnancial as well as a theatrical success. All proceeds went into the Junior class treasury to be used for Prom expenses. I. Cora, portrayed by Karen Van Arsdale, listens attentively as Vinnie, portrayed by Mary Lynn Munger, describes LIFE WITH FA THER. 2. Vinnie looks on as Father, played by Darren Prather, reads aloud the latest news. 3. Father's main concern is Vinnie's health as he anxiously asks how she feels. V 4. Mary Skinner looks at Clarence with sweet charm. 5. John receives a Mother-knows-best look. 6. Sheldon Huyck smiles as Lisa Anderson applies his makeup. 7. Mary Lynn Munger gets ready to age. 8. Natalie Cessna applies make-up to Hoyt Robey's face. Lighting and Sound . . . Ken Kavanaugh, Jerry Colvin, Bill Beezley. Make-Up. . . Natalie Cessna. Connie Shatswell, Susan Boustead, Mary Modrak. Shannon Yeager, Eva Myers. Debbie Stephens. Costumes . . . Jeanette Stipek, Ronna Dorlan, Julie Crockett. Stage . . . Keith Lear, Steve Cole, Jerry Colvin, Chris Fischer. Kelly Gibbens, Debbie Miller, Steve Buck. Bill Lentz. Properties. . . Linda Admussen, Kathy Bruns, Leslie Tatum. Sheri Alban, Mary Modrak. . 3 f . 2 Z ,jf fezzffk 4 f 1' -5,54 , --Af, ,. ff A V'-' ,l iw. M: 8,11 js' . A ,. 7' r J , 4V."'s,. Y -Zara:-.asf ' fr... f . . - ., .1 V ,'. , ,,.'. 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This year's Senior Class Play was FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON by Daniel Keyes which at one time was made into a movie entitled "Char- lie", This serious production was enjoyed by a capacity crowd at the matinee performance March I, l979, The play displayed the drastic efforts of a retarded man, Charlie, who is made into a genius, due to brain surgery. The opera- tion's effect does not last, so Charlie again becomes retarded, but not before the audience learns a good deal about mental retarda- tion and tolerance and acceptance, ih- NP xl' 1 6 Dr. Strauss ..,.. Prof Nemur Alice Kinian Bertha Seldon Charlie Gordon Doris ,... Gina , ....,.. . ...... Mrs. Donner Joe .,....,,,,..,..,. Frank .....,.,..,. Mother .,.... H., ...v Cast N-.vnu nu.. un Un... .H-nu ...., ...Uv .uf .,........ .. Mark Paimer Steve Mehmert Amy Robinson .. Cindi Mayor Darren Prather .. Karen Olson Marty Ludwig Susie Riggs Bob Walker Matt Korris Maria Benitez 1. Fa ther ....,....,.,,,,....,.... 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Steve Buck, Tim Base, and Kevin Keith Hnd ping pong can be very entertaining. 6. .loe Mandina takes an unlucky swing. 7. Mark Palmer receives Hnishing touches from an unknown make-up artist before performing. 8. Gerald Trimble and company provide the music at a Special Interest Assembly. 9. Craig Orr and Da vid Williams please the audience with a special song. H 1.38 Activity period took on a new frame work under the direction of Vice-Principal Vicki Baker. Admit- tance cards were distributed and stamped as each student was accounted for during the hour of special activities. As usual. there was an assortment of diversions available for the participant as well as the spectator on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Sports-minded students could join in such games as racketball. horseshoes. basketball. handball or ping pong. Special Interest Assemblies on topics ranging from college sororities to the Right-to- Work amendment were offered. A variety of entertain- ing movies were available for student viewing each activity block. School clubs as well as the senior class took advantage of the extra 45-minute period added to the day to hold meetings for their member- ship. Activity period. a nine-year institution at NKC. again diverted students and faculty from their daily routine. as--1. ' i .-L., g -Q .6' ' "u Q 1. A Q , . , W 5 M 5 5 1 S , 33,4 as g ,Q Q ggi ' 91 fwj r l 5' .-F . t I rg 's ,1..,.:. N ,1 . fx 'Q si.-.--. ' 5855. U X. V , nl' 1k".wi:r,-fesmfmm www a '- X Q, -2- 3 X QM ' 5. - . , Sb -.wa-w-...w.w.-m .fm-zsnw. Wx MN.. 4 .fc -----W... QU' :aff-WX W' W-1' I Liz? -N5 , IMA. ,Z ...-t-far? ,1V..,.aL.a:5',........L.-':q.'.,' ' ' W., . , ,. .' .Qi.f.x:,. - 1 - ' ww 4 ., , ' V f' tS-4:fvf- .-ff ,g,.,:::f. ' 1 - QQ-1-qqp4nxf3i..,'a,-af, .I Lain. an V., : VJ.-.vw .h - ,. , . Y .,.,.,, , A Q, A , .. Q- H - . . . 5 . .., ' - -1 ' ' . "3XJ?,'5'i"f'f., -Q A. , , ' ' ' 9-"' P-M : - f --fu -' . . , .. . ' n' ' WM J ' tl 'gg ,f..,. 4 . A 6 ' A A 111. ,m'35FY?"f'! - . 6- uA'.w 4 "' A -v , . 4 -,Q GH- 'N vi V ,f-1.-. l fl- Lf. 1 i 3 1 1 .I ,, '1 '1 1 111 1111 11 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l. Becky Galatas, and Julie Gorham represent the sophomore class in a skit during a pep assembly. 2. AFS student Anette Berg performs a beautiful solo of "Silent Night" in German before a hushed student body at the Christmas holiday assembly. 3. Part of the "Blues Brothers" troup, Phil Grifhth. takes off during a performance. 4. .lack Dunham takes one last glance at his notes before delivering a rousing campaign speech. 5. Quickly Steve Owsley, l.en Ward and Doug Henderson learn how to be successful pom pon persons from Laurie Carson and Amy Allen. 6. At the Student Council Assembly Paul Forbes comes to the conclusion of a winning speech. .. J ,..,. . K ..., , N .. MW' f' YM' .,,. ,Alas if Vllw : 9,4 ,yn ' NK C Assembles Its Best iii if!! +. SAS f '-rI A ,ff 'Y 3945? f f 4 IW-- The assembly program took on a familiar pattern this year with the traditional all-school gatherings. Fall sports, such as football, cross country, volleyball and girls ' tennis, displayed their talents before the students and faculty. The Hornets were honored for the second year in a row by a visit from one of their U,5. Congressmen, Senator Thomas Eagleton held an open forum, giving the entire student body a chance to ask questions concerning current events. His place in the spotlight was soon taken over by NKC Royalty. Kings, Queens and their attendants for Homecoming, PURGOLD, Courtwarming and Invitational festivities graced the tieldhouse. NKC celebrated the Christmas break in high style with music and drama at the Holiday Assembly. Winter sportsmen and women bounded onto center court with the presentation of boys' and girls ' basketball and wrestling. Fine Arts also gained their share of credit with an hour of music, singing, debate and dramatics. April found Student Council electing its new tri-chairmen with an all-school assembly. The busy schedule Hnally came to a close May I6 when the Awards Assembly presented many with honors. Assembly Fever Takes Over I. Da vid Williams. Craig Orr. and C indi Mayor do Harmonaires' famous routine. "King Tut", for the Christmas Assembly. 2. Kirk Austin and Richard Bridges prepare to dunk the ball. 3. Seniors start a "soul train" at the Senior Class disco. 4. Flag Corps members. Kim Reed. Laura l.ewis and l.eisa Ward, perform one of the many routines the group has perfected. 5. Joyce Helm. Stan Buck. Jon Carter. Jeanette Meyer and Leslie Ta tum request music from Darrel Prather as the entire class boogies down. 6. Alessandro Lo Grasso shows off his own style of disco. 7. Couples take advantage of one of the few slow songs played at the disco. 8. Pep Club ofHcers stand by as the Boys ' Varsity Basketball Team is presented at an all-school assembly. 9. Connie Dyke and Tony Montaleone disco down. IO. Kim Cooper and Mr. l.oepp display their disco technique. Il. The disco fever spreads as couples get down to the beat. I A M Wu mall' I 2 ,-.W "",, 4 W, ,,.. , ,.,f U, ,K o E. I. , ki' WZ , ,M Q 2 ! 'NIE .. 3 . Q f f ,f l 3. X -1 n u ' n 9 Club H ?"' L, E 5. Plays Night Music 'Q .af 2. X Oi iv This year. prom attenders felt privile ed to e welcomed into the lgnsas City Club for the .lunior-Senior Prom. Not only was the location as big attracgomkbut the band. ranny's oc er. contributed to the success of the dance. For many. this was the high point of the school year. Boys wore their Hnest attire. and girls wore flowing formals. The many corsatges and boutineers gave an air o spring to the night of April 28. As the evening came to a close. couples began to filter out to enjoy after-prom activities. I. Miss Baker with her escort chaper- ones. 2. Enjoying the Prom are Craig Layman. Amy Poteet. Mary Kaye Ryan. and Paul Taylor. 3. Smiling at the camera. Karen Farrar and others wait to have their prom pictures taken. 4. Hoyt Robe y escorts Debbie Daniel into the dance. 5. Sophomores Rob Wolverton and Bryan Wendling collect prom invita- tions. 6. Scott Silvers, Sharon Brink. Connie Thompson. and .lohn Balhuizen talk about the prom activites. 7. Taking a break from dancing are Paul Forbes and his date, Pam Saxton. 8. Janet Galatas and Mark Fifer toast the evening. 9. Enjoying the good life are Kim Walsh and Chuck Breuer. I0. Troy Sheets, Toni Hammond, and John Barco talk about good times. bQ4lO, P5Cg 1 O unzorgiimor rom Q O 1979 4. 0 4 uunggaeiflg wt ' 0' XMB Y :K+ A W 'I' QI H 3,1 , Ns .ov After rain caused a postpon- ement, Macken Park became the scene for the Student Council All-School Picnic May I6. Hot dogs, hamburgers, potato chips, brownies, and pepsi curbed the appetites of everyone there. The excitement of the end of the school year kept spirits high, especially for seniors who only had one more day to go. Egg tossing, frisbee throwing, and water Hghting caught on as well as did football and baseball, Stuco Throws a Party I. Hungrily Larry Cooper waits for Kelli Cobb to Hll her plate. 2. Kevin Stephens throws his effort into a game of horseshoes. 3. Mary James, Shelly Boos, and Alisa Booth toast the past year. 4. Senior Cynthia Lashbrook enjoys one of her few remaining days at North Kansas City High School. 5. Four members of the 1980 pom-pon squad, Maha Guirguis, Sandy Lowers, Jamie Berry. and .lanet Galatas, chow down. 6. ln hopes of posing for a centerfold. Scott Sandridge looks sexy. Mr. Roger Morris, a I956 graduate of North Kansas City High School and author of the book UNCERTAIN GREA TNE553 HENRY KISSINGER AND AMERICAN FOR- EIGN POLICY, was the speaker at the Hfty-ninth graduation exercises of Northto wn. Following Mary Lynn Munger's in vocation, the presenta- tion of the senior class gift of a watercolor of the school, and two musical selections by A Cappella and Concert Choirs, Mr. Morris took the stage. As 393 seniors watched, Mr. Morris proposed a challenge directed specihcally to the Class of '79. He challenged every graduate to be their own person and not to conform to the corrupt world that they were about to be thrown into. He encouraged everyone to return to the honest, loving, and caring person they once were as a child. Mr. Morris ended his address with a quote from the French philosopher, Satre, "If we can 't change the world, who will?" Diplomas were then distributed by two members of the school board, Mr. Robert Johanson and Mr. Charles Sackett. As the class stood in unity, Bob Walker gave the Benediction. Paula Fulkerson and Mike Nolan then led the class in the Alma Mater, an appropriate close to three years at Northtown. 7 'V ,V 1 F w I ' , V' uw, 'YL 'ax ,A i 5 . 'ZL A .4 .. ggi- 'V 1326?-','f' is . My-K' A , A . 2, ff 1, 1 4' , ... A W, WZ., ,k,v,.f!I,,v fx. fl, X-N - f-Q - .rf , , .. ,, . 5 'Wh N I ' I Z 43 y QQ' 168 , s Seniors Step Out 6 iffvrlf Sgjfigi. I af I I . Sha from Il 2. An Prathe 3. Col 24, I 9 4, Ner courty 5. Mik pick u 'w V X .fb f'- pl .579 ff? gf' Q ,, Ev-r '- :'- W"'7- -9- ag. ' 955 3, , tqnf' "-., LEW' hd , l e.-v L i ,,f,. , ,Q , .,.,,, ,, 'Mm .af l I. Sha Bailey receives her diploma from Mr. Robert Johanson. 2. Amy Robinson and Darren Prather await their diplomas, 3. Commencement was held May 24, l979 in the NKCH5 stadium. 4. Nervous graduates gather in the courtyard a waiting the big moment. 5. 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Ky : 3' , ff' ii fs Sli t Rose Burton Larry Bush Susan Buskirk Lisa Bybel Denise Byrd Bob Callahan Craig Calvert Mike Capps Robert Capps Dwayne Carmichael Brad Carney Becky Carter Jim Caulfield Margene Childress Mark Cleeton Ray Clemens Merle Closterman Cindy Coakley Don Cobb Kelli Cobb Rhonda Coffey Ralph Collier John Collins Mary Collins Jerry Colvin Kevin Connell Karen Conner Rusty Cooper Billie Copeland Janice Corbett Betty Jo Cramer Michelle Cramer Gary Crawford Wendy Cromwell Janet Curry Kathy Curry Jeff Custer Dave Daniel Stacy Davenport Larry Davidson 7 Juniors were led by these wild and crazy officers, Mike Jack- son, Treasurer: Chuck Bengimina, Vice-President, Paul Forbes, President: and Janet Galatas, Secretary. With their leadership the Junior class won the United Way Race, sponsored the Junior class play, a disco, and Prom. Their sponsors were Mrs. Welch, Mr. Jar- vis and Mr. Robbins. 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S331 tx . gf E? 5 , ,Q we K .IU IORS SHOW IT CFF . ni , ...sf 7 Y 1 'uf' f I . -Lyn, Amy Poteet Roberta Powell Robert Prevost Tom Pryor Paula Pyle Mike Quarles Danny Ouick Kathy Ragan Cynthia Ramsey Kim Reed Mike Reilly Mike Reiman Greg Renfroe Anne Reschke Lee Reynolds Maria Reynolds Steve Rhodes Tim Rice Joyce Rich Steve Richardson Diana Ritter Darrell Robb Jerry Roe Cindy Rogers Nadonna Romans David Ross Cindy Roster Danny Ruth Mary Ryan Lourdes Sanchez Carrie Sandiford Bill Sandridge Scott Sandridge Bryan Sanford Tim Saragusa Susan Sauceman Mike Saunders Pam Saxton Brian Scantlin Greg Schmidt Phil Schmidt Paul Schneegass Rita Schriever Guyla Schroeder Sherry Schwinn Pam Seaboldt Connie Shalswell Scott Shaver Tom Shelton Mitchell Shepard Jonny Shiever Tom Short X Randy Simes .4 Randy Singleton Y H f David Sissel 4 f Stan Slaughter f li Juniors Donna Smith Debbie Sovereign Laurie Specker Bill Spencer Mike Spencer Wendy Sperbeck Tammy Srock ' ,. fir? 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JT , ,P E 59 la 1 T 2 I Joyce Helm Margene Chfl dress and Lori Ancona take a break from a busy day, Til Dean Shobe Judi Sims Shelby Sims Rebecca Small Christopher Smith Janelle Smith Linda Smith Maria Smith Bill Spooner Mary Stacey Lois Stanton Kevin Stephens Sharon Stephens Becky Stevens Doug Stickle Lisa Stingley Ted Stinnett William Stipek Julie Stiverson Janice Stobaugh Tim Stock Sally Stockwell 205 f ri?-+f+1TT'.L ' A-ff:-E'274-'g..,,---I-L2 32,1 f - L'---f ' ' f' - . fr -'A' .5 Q- x f . N K ' ' x , . , ,. 7 rf - , P .. Y V - - 4 V- , - - v , xr 1 -4 -w ,.- Y Qrx 'Lf 1-M A 7- "' f 1 ' .zw-.w 1 1 , 0 " I-A Q f ?"f'i'--"i'-fffhsqg.-' , 'w.: 'Y' L C- "-1-Y'i:?f1-Af-ui ---f' -' v4f..f.Y I 5 -"1xv,.:,1' - ....,, 1.1 .U -yr N. V s , 1 , 41 -:t . - ,- V , ' V 4 - ,KI 3' ,. uf-' ,' f wif ff V gs ' i so . Gfcifm -xinwuf 4-44 1s::qfQ.f:.1.'s 1, f 1 Win: 103529 I' f I .LA W ..,' 1 4 V, I gl: I 1 'Vi zf'i'E'5?!' 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The ln vocation, given by Doug Henderson, preceded A Cappella 's performances of "Alleluia, " "Sing Unto The Lord, " and Jeanette Gardner's solo "My l.ittle World. " After Dr. Matheney 's ser- mon, Steve Penick took the podium to give the Benediction. The graduating class then tiled out while the band played the traditional "Pomp and Circum- stance. " I. Addressing the Senior Class, Dr. Howe introduces the guest speaker. 2. Members of A Cappella and the graduation class mingle in the courtyard prior to the ceremony. 3. At the Baccalaureate services, the participants listen to the A Cappella Choir "Sing Unto the l.ord. " 4. Mary Lynn Munger, Darren Prather, Bill Spooner, and Melissa Poteet relax with other seniors. P4 +2-ff 1 ji!! fwfffjl 4411! as 53 :L ' y. J f ,gn 'Q , 4 0 g..m- 4 ' 5 1 F.. V 1 it i I N, ,., I Q U- wx L -5 I - ? it i 2 V, H , nf ii f ' yi if Q if 3 f if A61 If 1 mf' : ,,,ff""' 4 THE MEMORIES When the games are all over And the Held has been cleared, What's left behind But the memory? - you cheered. When the curtain is closed, Programs all thrown away, What's left but memories? You were part of the play. When there are no traces left Of the sorrows you shared, What's left behind But the memories of laughs? When the work is completed And the year is all done, What's left behind? But the memories of fun. lf l could keep but one thing And lose all the rest, l 'd cherish the memory - Of these years l 've loved best, -JEANETTE D, GARDNER '4 4. tv ' 'T .z . ...ff 5 ,. ,,...,. ,wa ,,.,..,,,f,,? tj? V V V ' fha YE? ' ' 1 L S 4 f r M-' f fl .. . g 1 V E f 3 f ' ,MW G V I E" V A ,Vgfri V' V 1 14 V V05 V,f V 34 ,V4 . w g.,?'f,, f . ft , 4 4 '4 , 4 1 , 'pf , I H V X fr .a,5g1f:v 'WZ fi: W-f , g if , -'wjwp' s fm- , f a .,.,,,, ' V: 'V s, K ' ww f"' fa? ' mtg, as , , , f .-fe fu- 'W Maul' 2 , .,. W., , , f VI, V T, ,xi fr V . . Vnm. l. Standing at attention, members of the marching band wait to perform. 2. Senior discuss and listen to important Senior matters like Senior Week and the Senior gift. 3. Lockers are often favorite meeting places 4. The voice of Northtown, Bob Walker, speaks again. 5. Senior guys show the thrill of victory. 5. Senior girls show emotion. if t t' .Y G' Q? e E "". 1 by fe-V Q!'?1- if . 2, ew fxwehfi g . t . 51 V 33 KQV A I I, fe ' ff' M, W S .EA1 ' If it ' W if if f v e . .V i V' if, W fi 1 6 VV a 1 V. V Vi V ze.. ,V ' 4 Jigga' ig ciifgkf "J I I' in I, cj V f In , .e V , -4 I , f ,, ' L A ' " Ti if a 5 1' fr" 9 1' 'V ' '- :! -sf 'gag , - -4 4 P- F' "E, 1 . H 1 1 . I . , It 11 I1 . , I, . N . W . 393 Graduate I N N COE. Bailey, Sha - AFS, German Club, STUCO, PURGOLD Photographer, Coordinator. Camera Man. Boyd, Cathy - EAC, 2 yrs., AFS, 3 yrs., Pep Club, 2 yrs., German Club. Home Ec Club, President, Jr. Class Properties Committee, Ernest Shepard Youth Board, German Student Exchange Program. Alexander. Kay - Honor Roll. Allen, Amy - Pep Club, 3 yrs., Thespians, 3 ' s., AFS, 3 yrs., Pom Pon, 2 yrs.. Co-Captai.. AFS Variety Show, DON 'T DRINK THE WA TER. Stage Crew for NO, NO NA NE TTE and THE SOUND OF MUSIC, Volleyball. Softball, Americans Abroad to Turkey, Junior Assembly. Ancona, Lori - French Club, Pep Club. STUCO. Anderson, Lisa - Thespians, 2 yrs.. AFS, Harmonaires, Pep Club, Political Science. NO, NO, NANETTE. THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I, LIFE WITH FA THER, AFS Variety Show, Concert Choir, A Cappella, Honor Roll. Arasmith, Susan - FTA, 2 yrs., Treasurer, AFS, PURGOLD Photographer, Cadet Teacher, Purple and Gold Honor Rolls, Musical Photographer. Babcock, Mary - EAC. REC, secretary, German Club, N-Club, Tennis-Letter, STUCO alternate, Purple and Gold Honor Rolls. Bain, Cathy - Girls' Chorus, NO, NO, NANETTE. Barco, John - STUCO. Basketball. Barrett. Jim - Basketball, 2 yrs., Concert Band, 2 yrs.. Marching Band, 3 yrs. Barry, Tami - Spanish Club, 2 yrs., Thespians, 2 yrs., Treasurer. Pep Club, 3 yrs., Officer, Mascot. PURGOLD Staff, Business Manager, Honor Roll. Bash, Scott - Cross Country. Track, Stage Band. Batcheller, Jeff - Men 's Chorus. Battiest, Lorraine - Tri-M, AFS. Concert Band, Marching Band, Pep Band, Honor Roll. Becvar, Fred - Cross Country, Manager, Football Benitez, Maria - French Club President. Spanish Club Secretary, Thespians President, NFL, Pep Club, AFS. FHA, THE KING AND I. FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON, LIFE WITH FA THER, Spirit of '76, Concert Choir, Regents Scholarship, NHS, State Competitor in Drama, 2 yrs. Berg, Anette - German Club, Thespians, AFS. THE KING AND I, Band, Orchestra, A Cappella, AFS Student from Germany. Black, Tammy - Thespians, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I. Concert Choir. Blake, Linda - THE KIND AND I, Treble Choir. Boughner, Kevin - S TUCO Boustead, Susan - Thespians, 3 yrs., Pep Club, NO, NO, NANETTE. THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I, Concert Choir, 2 yrs., A Cappella. Boyd. Leslie - Bowling Intramurals. Girls' Chorus. -1 COE. Bradbury. Ginger - Pep Club. STUCO alternate Branham, Susie - Pep Club, 2 yrs., French Club. Bratcher, Denise - Basketball, Track, Softball. COE. Breshears, Tom - FCA, Football, 2 yrs.. Basketball, ST UCO. Brewer, Sharon -- NO. NO, NANETTE. THE SOUND OF MUSIC. THE KING AND I. Concert Choir, Girls Chorus and Choir Party Committee, chairman. Brink, Sharon - NO, NO, NANETTE. THE SOUND OF MUSIC, Girls' Chorus, A Cappella, 2 yrs. Brooks, Susan - Y- Teens. Pep Club, Pom Pon, STUCO, BUZZ Staff Regents Scholarship to SMSU. Buck, Deborah - AFS, 3 yrs., A Cappella, 2 yrs.. COE. Buck, Stan - N-Club, FCA, Basketball, 3 yrs., Golh 3 yrs.. Band, Basketball Intramurals, Honor Roll. Burnidge, Todd - N-Club, STUCO, A Cappella, Football, Co-Captain, Baseball. Burton. Gayla - THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Spirit of '76, Concert Choir. Butler, Cindy - French Club. Pep Club, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I. A Cappella, Purple Honor Roll. Callicoat, Debra - AFS, 3 yrs., Pep Club. German Club, 3 yrs., lnterscholastic Student Exchange to Germany, Purple Honor Roll. Callicotte, John - NHS, Orchestra, Jr. Class Play, Variety Show. Calon, Mike - STUCO alt. Carney, Michael - N-Club. Basketball, 3 yrs., Golf, 3 yrs.. STUCO, 3 yrs.. Sweetheart King Candidate. Carter, Jon - N-Club, 2 yrs., FCA, Football, 2 yrs., Wrestling, 3 yrs., Tennis, 3 yrs. Cessna, Natalie - AFS. KBUZ, Sports Director, REC, 2 yrs., President, Thespians, 2 yrs., Make-up Chairman, NFL, NO. NO. NANETTE. THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I. A Cappella, 2 yrs.. Treble Choir, 3 yrs., Sec! Treasurer, Bass Choir. Madrigals. Bass Choir Contest Group, Honor Roll. Chandler, Mara Lee - I-rench Club, 3 yrs.. NHS, 2 yrs., AFS, 2 yrs., Tri-M, Marching Band. Concert Band. Chaney, Donna - Pep Club, 3 yrs., Ofucer, Y-Teens, Tennis, STUCO, 2 yrs., Honor Roll. Chastain, Lisa - French Club. Pep Club. T hespians, THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Drama, Softball Intramurals, Purple Honor Roll. Clegg, Lesa - Tri-M, 3 yrs., Secretary-Historian, AFS: 2 yrs., S TUCO, Sabrina Fair, AFS Variety Show, United Way Talent Show, Band, 3 yrs., Letter, A Cappella, Madrigals. ,fl rating at State Music Contest. Clouse, Joy - Pep Club, COE. Cobb. David - STUCO, 2 yrs., N-Club, 2 yrs.. FCA, 3 yrs., Spanish Club, Football, 3 yrs.. Basketball. Baseball, Golf, 2 yrs., BUZZ Co-Editor and Assistant Sports Editor. 1 Y, 5: .mr 1 V - ." 5 av' ."' ' i f ,,. 7 . V Cole, Stev, 2 1 I I Condon, I Connelly, , NO, N1 3 Choir, ' Conway, L Cooper. K1 1 Pep CI Tennis Cooper, L. Track, ' C riswell, . 5 AFS Va Band, Curtis, Pa: Cross Daily, Jen Daniel, D, Dennis, C Devine. I Photo, C Diaz, Jeff Wrest. Dillard. R Pep C Distric Doran, D Douglass. 2 yrs., DuFresn Count yrs. A Duncan, Conc, Duncan, Track 210 , W -ii .zu sf' 1 , Q K' fhorus. rnate I Club. oftball. ketball, FOUND Choir, mittee: FOUND 2 yrs. n Pon. :hip to 2 yrs. , r., Golf: or Roll. vppella, pirit of b, THE 3 I. A Perman ange to as Play, r., Golf? ' King ' 2 yrs., ir. REC: ake-up 7, THE Y l, A ' yrs., , Bass NHS: 2 foncert Jfticer, Roll. spians, oftba II ftorian, Variety 3 yrs. . nt State ., FCA: -retball, rr and ""ii' xv j A.-Ah yi. , q-. l. In the BUZZ poll Mike Carney and Amy 3. Amy Allen and Laurie Carson make a Robinson were voted best dressed of the 10351 10 the future, .W 5e"'0'.SL355- 4. After a rough day Doug Henderson on 2. Melissa Poteet looks up to Literature of the track Catches 3 few winks. ' Sports speaker Tom Burleson. 4, - hi ' I at i . X iz 3 Cole, Steve - Assisted with Triple Alliance. Drama, Early, Lana - THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING Gardner, Jeanette - F TA, Key Club, Harmonaires: Night of Humor. AND I, Concert Choir. Secretary! Treasurer, NO, NO, NANETTE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC: Publicity Manager and Condon, Vicki - Pep Club, COE. Egan, Beth - Pep Club: 3 yrs., Cheerleader: 2 yrs., fi,-ke, fommmee, THE HN5 A ND 1, public-Hy NFL. - Connelly. Erin - Spanish Club: 2 yrs., FTA. NO, glnigfzf 33322K NO. NANETTE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Concert Eledge. Jack - Tennis: 2 yrs. Cappella' 2 yrs 5616 Knees Cancer, char Choir: 2 yrs. Girls' Chorus. . . ,' '. " ' Epley' Cam, - THE 5-OUND OF MUSIC, A Cappella' Spirit of 76, Swing Cho1rContest, State Contest: Conway. Lezlie - REC, Track: 3 yrs. 3 yrs" Orchestra' Cooper. Kim - N-Club. Secretary, FCA: Secretary, F3kl'0UfY- 5ff'Phf"' - 5TUCO- AFS' REC- AFS Gamer' John - AFS' DEM: 2 yrs" REC' STUCO' Pep Club, Concert Choir, Basketball-Letter 3, Vafiefl' Show- H0"0f Roll- Band' 3 yrs" stage Band' T '-L I, T k-L 2, S fb ll-L . - enms eng' me euer 0' 3 eng, Farrar, Karen - Pep Club: 3 yrs.. Vice-President, Geofge' Kaffn ' PPP Club, C0"ff"" Cholf' Cooper, Larry - N-Club. FCA, Basketball: 2 yrs., Marching Bandf 3 W5-r CUM-'eff Band- 2 W5-r PURGOLD Phomgraphw' Track: 3 yrs.. Letter 3. BUZZ Sfaff 2 yrs" Circulamm Manager' George Michael - Key-Club: Treasurer Honor Criswell, James - Tri-M: 3 yrs., Vice-President, F21-1 Mff-'l"3f-'l - Golf Roll' AFSV ' Sh ,F bll:2 .,T k:3 ., - 3a,,d.a!'iZ gage SSL: yrs mc yrs Fetters, Kristie - Volleyball: 3 yrs., Letter, Gewge' bhamn - Pep Club' PURGOLD Pham' ' " ' Baskerball: 2 yrs, grapher, Honor Roll. Curtis, Paul - Basketball: 3 yrs., Letter 2, Baseball, , G h J - F N-Cl bi 3 , H FCA' An WOM cross Countrylener' Pwple Honor Roll' Fifer, Mark - STUCO: 3 yrs., N-Club: 2 yrs., FCA, 0'fimTHE'ZzG AND 'UNO NANETTE THE Football: 3 yrs., Letter 2, Baseball: 3 yrs., Letter SSEJUND OF Musik H 'b H L H' 2 , ,-,, 1 2, .oeya-eer, Dmly' Jenmler GMS Chorus' 3 yrs' Basketball-Letter 3, Track-Letter 2: State Champ Daniel, Debbie - Pep Club, Track, 2 yrs, Flanery, Michele - KBUZ, Graduation Committee. glug gash, 2l2l0-yd. gaih, 440-yd. dash, ueen, onor o . Dennis, Colleen - Track: 2 yrs.. Softball. Fleck' Jvafm - Gffmaf' Club: pf-'P Club' AFS Variety Shgw, Gotschall, Deanna - Track, A Cappella: 2 yrs., Devine, Kevin - Track: 3 yrs.. Letter 3, BUZZ: CO5- phowgraphy Editor' Flint, Melissa - Art Club, NO, NO, NANETTE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I, Concert Griffin, Pam - Pep Club, COE. Diaz, Jeff - Chess Club: 3 yrs., AFS, Spanish Club, Choir A Cappella. Spirit of '76, Madrigals. G I T P lu Science Sec frreas SOUND . f un er. om - o 1- : . ., Wmsnmg Manager' 2 yrs" renms' Ford, Lisa - Girls' Chorus. OF Music, SABRINA FAIR, District Music Dillard, Robin - FTA: 2 yrs., Vice-President, AFS. F d Sh N Cl b P nd STUCO P Cl b Contest: 2 yrs., Bass Chorus: 2 yrs. l'AFV' Sh '3dP1 N' or, ari--u:res1ent, ,ep u, gigfrigllnoetri' 587712961 ow r ace once NHS: 2 yrs., Volleyball: 2 yrs.. Track-Letter, Gurley. Martha 1 - Pep Cllfbr 3 WSH Y'Fef"5- Basketball: 3 yrs., Letter, Softball, Soph. Class Concert Choir: 2 yrs., A cappella. Pom Pon. Doran, Diane F Band Vice-President, Jr. Class Secretary. H dl y Becky Hench Club THE SOUND OF a e, - - Douglass, Teresa - Poli-Science: 2 yrs., EAC, NHS: French, Kirstan - Spanish Club. MU5lC- P350 Confefl' 2 .. 'OE "S L Fuson, Ellen - sruco, 3 yrs., rr:-chsirmsrr. NHS: Hager. Tracy - REC. DuFresne. Bruce -- N:Club: 3 yrs., Cross 2 yrs., N-Club: 2 yrs., Jr. Rep., Pep Club: 2 yrs., I Country-Letter 3, Track-Letter 3, A Cappella: 2 Tennis-Letter 3, Basketball-Letter 3: All-Conf, Helm, Joyce - Pep Club: 3 yrs., Officer, FTA: 2 yrs.. yrs, Northland, District, and Metro, Northland Secretary, STUCO. Volleyball: 3 yrs.. Basketball: Player of yr., Golf Track-Letter, Soph. and Jr. 2 yrs.. Volleyball H.M. Team. Cafldldaff' f0f Duncan. Dee f Tri-M, STUCO, Marching Band, Class President, PURGOLD Co-Editor, Grand Wrestling Invitational, BUZZ Staff Concert Band. Hag Corps. Concert Choir. Gogdatljrxz5Zll,Alg'115r,2:5erig1IbLlyL2nd and 3rd Henderson' Doug Y FCA: 3 wsu Presidenll N-Club: . , - . In V V 1 3 yrs., Sergeant-at-arms. Football-letter 3, Duncan' New Football' 3 yn., Wrestling 3 yr," Basketball- 2 yrs Trackletler 3 Football Track: 2 yrs. Gabbert, Sherry - FHA. Pep Club. 211 I. Chuck Higgins practices his favorite sport - eating. 2. Practicing her typing, Amy Brady gets ready for her summer job. Scholarship to William Jewell. Henning, Bonnie - Flag Corps, THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Concert Choir. 4 Hevalow, Jim - Track: 2 yrs. Hevalow, Tim - Baseball, Band. Hiatt, Kathy - German Club, Night of Humor. Hicks, Bill - Harmonaires: 2 yrs., NO. NO. NANETTE. Bass Chorus President, A Cappella. Hiebert, Wanda - EAC: 2 yrs., AFS, German Club. HEC Treasurer. Hiegert, Benny - A Cappella: 2 yrs. Higgins. Chuck - N-Club, Basketball: 2 yrs.. Track, S TUCO, PURGOLD King Candidate, Sweetheart King. Hightower. Cathy - Track, PURGOLD, Honor Roll. COE. Hilton, Bill - Tri-M: 3 yrs., AFS Variety Show, Golf? 2 yrs., Marching Band: 3 yrs.. Concert Band: 3 yrs. Hoffman, Kelly - Key Club, F TA: 3 yrs., NHS: 2 yrs.. Orchestra: 3 yrs.. THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I, NO, NO, NANETTE. Hogan, Chris - Yell Leader. Wrestling. Tennis: 3 yrs. Holloway, Amy - French Club Holt, Kent - French Club: Officer, Thespians, STUCO alt., Drama SIA 's. I -Act Play. Hunker. Gary - Basketball Hutchinson, Frankie - AFS. Pep Club: 3 yrs., Y- Teens, STUCO: 3 yrs., NO, NO, NANETTE. THE SOUND OF MUSIC. THE KING AND I, AFS Variety Show, A Cappella: 3 yrs., Purple Honor Roll, Who's Who in American High School Students, Homecoming Queen. Girls' and Boys' Varsity Cheerleader. Jarrett, Jarri - German Club, Track. Jeffers, Mike - Tri-M: 2 yrs., Poli-Science: 3 yrs., NFL: 2 yrs., President, Thespians, FLOWERS FOR 212 9 ?. .Ml V ALGERNON, THE KING AND I. AFS Variety Show. Concert Band: 3 yrs., Marching Band: 3 yrs., Pep Band. Jones. Becky - Thespian: 2 yrs., Clerk, Harmonaires: 2 yrs., AFS, NO. NO. NANETTE. THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I, LIFE WITH FA THER, FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON, THE MESSIAH. SIA 's, Drama assemblies, Duet Acting and Prose, ll Rating at District Music Contest, Madrigal group, Class President of A Cappella. PURGOLD Queen Candidate, Flag Corps. Julian, Carol - F TA. Marching Band. Concert Band: 3 yrs.. Cadet Teaching, Gold Honor Roll. Karnes. Karen - Harmonaires. French Club: 2 yrs.. Pep Club. Spanish Club, THE SOUND OF MUSIC. FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON, A Cappella: 2 yrs.. Keltner. Steve - NHS, 2 yrs. AFS, Tri-M, 2 yrs., AFS Variety Show. Basketball: 2 yrs.. Band: 3 yrs., Stage Band, Curator's Scholarship Kerns. Bill - French Club. THE KING AND I, A Cappella. Harmonaires. Kless, Kim - FTA. Knisley, Gene - NO, NO, NANETTE. THE SOUND OF MUSIC, A Cappella: 2 yrs., District Music Contest: 2 yrs.. Bass Choir: 2 yrs. Knopp. Tom - N-Club: 2 yrs., German Club. AFS Variety Show, Football: 2 yrs.. Band: 3 yrs. Kuenzi. Frederick - Chess Club, Football: 2 yrs.. Track: 2 yrs. Lakey, Kim -- AFS: 2 yrs.. Art Club, Pep Club. STUCO. Treble Choir. Lashbrook. Cynthia - N-Club: 2 yrs., Pep Club: 2 yrs., AFS, German Club. Volleyball: 3 yrs.. Basketball, Softball. Track: 2 yrs., PURGOLD. Laughlin, Diane - Honor Roll Layman, Craig - Track-Letter 3, Cross Country- Letter 2, BUZZ Photographer. Lawson, Pam -- Spanish Club: 3 yrs. Lawson, Sharon - FTA, AFS. 116 In Memory of Tracy B. Maasen February I 8, I962, to April 22. I9 79 Lee. Kenny - FCA: treasurer. N-Club, Football- Letter 2: All Conti HM, Basketball, PURGOLD King. LeTourneau, Susan - French Club. Lockard, Tammy 7 FTA. Long, Tim - Football, Tennis. Baseball. Lowe, Marla - Concert Choir. Lowers, Lauri - Art Club. Pep Club. Tennis: 3 yrs.. Basketball, Track: 2 yrs., Intramural Softball, Basketball. Honor Roll: 3 yrs. Ludy. Mike - Football: 3 yrs.,-Letter 2. Wrestling: 2 yrs., Baseball: 3 yrs.-Letter 2. Mason. Steve - Golf, Marching Band: 3 yrs., Concert Band: 3 yrs.. COE. Matheney. Kendall - EAC, FCA. Thespians: 3 yrs., NFL, NO, NO. NANETTE. THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I, Night of Humor, SABRINA FAIR, AFS Variety Show. FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON, Junior Class Play: Backstage Work: 2 yrs., Cross Country: 3 yrs., A Cappella: 2 yrs., Madrigals: 2 yrs., Harmonaires. STUCO alternate. Maurin, John - Marching Band, Concert Band. COE. McCaIe. Patty - National Honor Society: 2 yrs.. EAC, Key Club, NO, NO, NA NE TTE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, Orchestra: 2 yrs.. BUZZ: 2 yrs.. Co-Editor, STUCO. Presidential Classroom in Washington, D.C.. Spirit of '76, Concert Choir. McConnell, Patty - Pep Club: 3 yrs., Treasurer, NO, NO, NANETTE. THE SOUND OF MUSIC, Tennis: 3 yrs., Track. Orchestra: 2 yrs. McConnell. Steve - Football. Wrestling. McDonald. Mindy - STUCO. BUZZ. McElroy, Dan - Cross Country, Wrestling Mgr.. Basketball stats: 2 yrs., Track: 2 yrs. Meisner. Tammy - AFS: 3 yrs.. French Club, AFS Variety Show, Concert Choir, Girls' Chorus: 2 yrs. Merchant, Sandy - Pep Club: 3 yrs.: Officer. u I I W i 5 1 i w w I 1 E 3 E 4 1 1 i Sl French Meyer, Je. Preside 3 yrs., Miller. Do. Miller, Jay Roll. Miller, Sl' Thespia OF M. Cappel Courtw Miller, Ste Intramu Minor, Glu Mitchell, . Wrestl: yrs., G and 2n Montaleon Morrow, LJ yrs.. P Munger, IL Office: Junior C heerl Mussurici, Na fzinge. Gradu. Nelson, R Choru: Newton, 5 Owens, B4 w O sley, S N-Clul NKC S1 Track, 3 yrs. Coord E ?,,-,,,.,- ...., , f f ,. ---f .V VY . , . , . ,vc - V X .- ,h 4: .: l LV. nn .pril 22. X aotball- RGOLD s. 3 yrs.. Softball. restling. 3 yrs.. 5. 3 yrs.. 'ND OF Humor. .OWERS vckstage appella. S TUC O rt Band. '. 2 yrs.. SOUND 2 yrs.. room in rt Choir, 'easurer, MUSIC. mg Mgr.. lub, AFS horus. 2 Officer. 1 ik French Club. 2 yrs., Y- Teens. Honor Roll. Meyer. Jeanette - STUCO. 2 yrs., NFL. 3 yrs., President. AFS. 2 yrs., PURGOLD. 2 yrs., Debate. 3 yrs., Senior Class President. Miller, Donna - Pep Club, COE. Miller, Jaye -- Curators Scholarship. Gold Honor Roll. Miller, Sheila - Pep Club. 3 yrs.. Officer, Thespians. 2 yrs.. NO. NO. NANETTE. SOUND OF MUSIC. THE KING AND I. dancer. A Cappella. 2 yrs.. Flag Corps, STUCO. 2 yrs.. Courtwarming Candidate. Miller, Steve - Chess Club. FCA. Tennis. 3 yrs.. Intramural Football, A Cappella. Minor, Glea - Girls' Chorus. 2 yrs. Mitchell. David - FCA. 2 yrs.. N-Club. 3 yrs.. Wrestling. 3 yrs.. Hustle Award, I I 07. Club. 2 yrs.. Co-Capt.. Most Improved, All Conti, HM and 2nd team. State Qualifier, Track. Montaleone, Tony - Concert Band, Jazz Band. Morrow, Don - MMM. 3 yrs., Marching Band. 3 yrs., Pep Band. 2 yrs., Concert Band. 3 yrs. Munger, Mary Lynn - S TUCO. 3 yrs., French Club. Officer, Pep Club. 2 yrs., LIFE WITH FA THER, Junior Class Treasurer, Sophomore and Varsity Cheerleader. Mussurici, Stephanie - S TUCO Nafzinger. Marilyn - Pep Club. Y- Teens. Graduation Committee. Nelson, Roxanne - AFS. 2 yrs.. Pep Club. Girls' Chorus. COE. Newton. Susan - Honor Roll. COE. Owens. Bud - Football. Track. Scholarship. Owsley. Steve - German Club. 3 yrs.. President. N-Club. 3 yrs., AFS. 2 yrs.. Secretary- Treasurer, NKC Sting Club, GOIN 'ROMAN. Cross Country, Track, Intramural Football, Basketball. STUCO. 3 yrs., PURGOLD. Assistant Photography Coordinator. Paice, Lindsay - S TUC O. Parker, Dennis - N-Club. 2 yrs., Basketball. 3 yrs., Letter 2, Baseball. 3 yrs., Letter 2. Paul, Joyce - FTA. Thespians. 3 yrs., Make-up Committee. THE SOUND OF MUSIC. DON'T DRINK THE WA TER, NO. NO, NANETTE, Concert Choir. Peterson, Lori -- Pep Club. Volleyball. Pfafti Carrie - Pep Club. Pom Pon. Tennis. BUZZ, JA, S TUCO. Phipps, Gary - Wrestling. 2 yrs., Track. 2 yrs. Pierson, Debbie - THE SOUND OF MUSIC, Girls' Chorus. 2 yrs.. COE. Poteet. Melissa - Pep Club. 2 yrs.. Y- Teens. 2 yrs.. AFS, S TUCO. 3 yrs., EAC, Musical Dancer, Senior Class Secretary, Sophomore and Varsity Cheerleader. Powell. Wade - NHS. Prather, Darren - NFL. 2 yrs., Thespians. 2 yrs. Vice-President-Letter 2, STUCO. 3 yrs.. Harmonaires-Letter. PURGOLD. 2 yrs., Copy Editor, NO, NO. NANETTE, IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. SABRINA FAIR, LOVERS, LIFE WITH FA THER, FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON. THE KING AND l, Basketball. Intramurals. 3 yrs.. A Cappella. 3 yrs.. Senior Class Vice-President. Pruett, Linda - NO. NO. NANETTE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I. Orchestra, FTA. 3 yrs.. Treasurer and President, Basketball 3 yrs. Quick. Brad - Basketball. PURGOLD King Candidate. Raley. Teresa - Pep Club. 3 yrs.. Pom Pon. Y- Teens. Raysik, Debbie - THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Riggs, Susan - Spanish Club. 3 yrs.. Historian and President. Pep Club. 2 yrs., AFS. 3 yrs.: Historian, Political Science Club. 3 yrs.. Secretary, S TUCO, Thespians. 2 yrs.. NHS. FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON. AFS Variety Show. Track. Band. 3 yrs.. A Cappella, Model U.N.. Mock Senate. Riley. Debbie - FTA. STUCO. Volleyball. 2 yrs. Roberts, Kelly - Pep Club, Harmonaires. 2 yrs.. Spirit of '76, NO, NO, NANETTE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I, THE MESSIAH. Jazz Band, A Cappella. 2 yrs. Robey. Hoyt - Art Club. 3 yrs.. Thespians. 2 yrs.. Historian, KBUZ. 2 yrs.. Assistant Station Manager. AFS, STUCO. Chairman Student Information and Affairs Committee. SABRINA FAIR, LIFE WITH FATHER, Football, Wrestling. Cross Country-Letter 2, Track-Letter 3. Purple Honor Roll , Robinson. Amy - Pep Club. 3 yrs.. Thespians. 2 yrs.. Letter 2. Spanish Club. 2 yrs.. Sophomore. Junior Varsity and Varsity Cheerleader. Y- Teens. 3 yrs.. Secretary-Historian. AFS. IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON. THE KING AND I, LIFE WITH FATHER. Stage Manager, STOP THAT BOA T, Gold and Purple Honor Roll. Sophomore Class Officer. Curators Scholarship. Rone. Laura - Art Club, Girls Choir. 2 yrs. Rose, Teresa - Pep Club. Y- Teens. Ross, Trudy - Harmonaires. Pep Club. THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I, A Cappella. 2 yrs.. Madrigals. 2 yrs. Russell, Karla- AFS, Spanish Club, Pep Club. BUZZ. 2 yrs.. Feature Editor. HEC. Secretary, Honor Roll. Sanders, Kathy - NHS. STUCO. NO. NO. NANETTE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Track. Volleyball. 3 yrs.. Orchestra, Pom Pon. Basketball Statistician. Intramural Basketball. Shelton, Joe - THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Track. 2 yrs.. Orchestra. 2 yrs. Sims. Judi - FTA. 2 yrs.. Secretary. THE KING AND I. Concert Choir, Spirit of '76, Girls' Chorus. President. Sims, Shelby - NFL, FTA. A Cappella. Concert Choir, Spirit of '76, Small, Becky - THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Publicity. THE KING AND I, Concert Choir. Seniors List Accomplishments 1. In-lg' Smith, Janelle - Pep Club: 3 yrs.: President, Y-Teens, N-Club. Track: 3 yrs.. Tennis, A Cappella, Courtwarming Candidate, PURGOLD Candidate. BUZZ. Soetaert. Greg-- Chess Club. Wrestling. Spooner, Bill - STUCO. Art Club, Golf. Intramurals. Stephens, Kevin - N-Club, Football: 2 yrs.: Most Inspirational. Wrestling: 3 yrs.: Most Inspira- tional, I I OW: Club: 3 yrs., Track: 3 yrs, Marching Band, Concert Band. Stephens. Sharon - AFS: 2 yrs., French Club: 2 yrs., Tennis. Graduation Committee, Girls' Chorus, Concert Choir. Stevens, Becky - SOUND OF MUSIC, STUCO: alternate Stickle. Doug - Football: 2 yrs., Track: 3 yrs. Stinnett. Ted - Chess Club, YFC, STUCO. NO, NO. NANETTE, Tennis. Band, Pep Band, A Cappella, Boys' Choir, Assistant Librarian. Stipek, Bill - EAC: Vice-President. Spanish Club, German Club, AFS Variety Show, Golti BUZZ. Strong, Bryce - Harmonaires: 3 yrs.: Vice President: S TUCO. Madrigals: 2 yrs. NHS: 2 yrs: Treasurer. AFS. EAC, NO, NO, NANETTE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE KING AND I. Variety Show, Basketball, Tennis: 2 yrs., Intramural Football, A Cappella: 3 yrs.. Honor Roll, Election Committee Chairman, Foreign Exchange Host. Tatum, Leslie - Pep Club: 2 yrs.. Thespians: 2 yrs., Spanish Club: 2 yrs., NFL, Y- Teens: 2 yrs., AFS: 2 yrs., THE KING AND I. Night of Humor: 2 yrs., Track: 2 yrs., Intramural Basketball, Homecom- ing Queen Candidate, Sophomore Class Secretary- Treasurer, Senior Class Treasurer, Purple and Gold Honor Roll. Taylor, Doug - N-Club: 3 yrs., Cross Country: 3 yrs., Track: 3 yrs, Temaat. Linda - Pep Club: 3 yrs.: Officer, AFS: 3 yrs., Basketball stalistician, PURGOLD: Business Mgr, Tennison, Brenda - Concert Choir, PURGOLD. COE. Honor Roll. Thomas. Lori - Pep Club: 3 yrs.. German Club, Pom Pon, Varsity Cheerleader, Track: 2 yrs.. Volleyball: 3 yrs., Most Outstanding Sophomore Marching Band Member. Thompson, Connie - Spanish Club: 2 yrs., Pep Club: 3 yrs. Pom Pon: 2 yrs. VanArsdale, Karen - Thespians-Letter 3: Secretary. Spanish Club: 2 yrs., NFL: 3 yrs.. LIFE WITH FA THER, AFS Variety Show, Concert Band: 2 yrs., Marching Band: 2 yrs., Honor Roll, Make-Up Committee: 3 yrs. Vogel. Paul - A Cappella: 2 yrs., Bass Chorus: 2 yrs. Dennis Dean Weymuth July I, l959 - March I7, l979 Brent Allen Preacher January 29, l960 - February 26, I979 Lloyd Wesley Goodman June 20, I 96 I - October 27, I978 Walker. Bob - STUCO: Tri-Chairman. AFS: Vice-President, Political Science Club. Vice President: NFL. Thespians. KBUZ: Station Director. DON'T DRINK THE WA TER, IMPOR- TANCE OF BEING EARNEST, FOLLOW THAT BOAT, LIFE WITH FATHER, FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON. GOIN ROMAN. U.M.K.C. Scholar- ship, PURGOLD. Walsh, Kim -- Pep Club: 3 yrs.: Officer, NHS: 2 yrs.. N-Club, German Club: Vice-President Volley- ball: 3 yrs.: All Conf 2nd Team-Letter I, Basketball: 3 yrs.: All Conf 2nd Team. All Northland 2nd-Letter 3, Team Intramural Softball, Concert Choir, PURGOLD: Co-Editor. Purple and Gold Honor Roll. Regents Scholarship, German Club Scholarship. Best Senior German Club Member. Ward, Mike - Football: 3 yrs., Band. Westhoven, Christine - EAC, Political Science, French Club: 2 yrs. Wheeler, John - FCA, Golh 3 yrs., A Cappella. BUZZ: 2 yrs. Williams, Debbie - Pep Club: 2 yrs. Williamson, Terry - German Club: 2 yrs., Stage Crew, Tennis. Intramural Basketball. Wise. Dawn - NHS: 2 yrs.: President, AFS: 3 yrs., Spanish Club, French Club: 3 yrs., Key Club: 2 yrs.. Kiwanette: Vice President: 2 yrs.. Blood Donor Day: Co-Chairman: 2 yrs., Gold Honor Roll. Wolverton. Julie - Pep Club: 3 yrs.. AFS, NHS: 2 yrs.. Pom Pon: 2 yrs.: Co-Capt., Regents Scholarship. PURGOLD. JA. Wood. Christy - French Club. Spanish Club, REC, THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Concert Choir. Girls' Chorus. Honor Roll. Wood, Pam - Spanish Club: Historian, Tri-M. AFS. NHS: 2 yrs.. Variety Show, Orchestra: THE KING AND I, District Music Contest. State Music Contest, Jazz Band. Drum Major, Marching Band, Concert Band. Wood, Susan - French Club: 3 yrs.. Regents Scholarship, Wright, Bonnie - THE SOUND OF MUSIC. COE. Wyland, Doug - N-Club. FCA: 3 yrs., Basketball: 3 yrs.. Baseball: 3 yrs. BUZZ. Yeater. Ralph - N-Club, Baseball. Basketball, Football: 3 yrs.-Letter 2. Yokum, Lisa - AFS, COE. Yoon. Justin - EAC, NO, NO, NANET TE, Honor Roll. ,U 1 'F I I .L 1: 9. 1 I :f 4 A W3 k K f if Q! i 9? 7. I ww-. - 3 What Memories Wlll Last? it .,,, if fx hxcf , , f z R Q? Zflf? i , ww. 1 , -git.. 1 lf ,, "2.,"'w fn' -, Q l. Will anyone forget the zaney antics of Mr. McClain, NKCHS 's own Steve Martin and Saturday Night Live wrapped up into one bundle of creative energy? ' 2. Will anyone forget those memorable words, "This is Dr. Howe"? 3. Will anyone forget those record snow days that even actually caused school to be cancelled, miracle of miracles? What will you remember, Class of l979? 1911.534 .mn-: -- 1 ,xi - , Nl. g l' S M221 ,., , Jrrftm' xg ' '64, f N A 9: ns. F Q- N 4 4 Y. m- ' 1 " v In an Nr.. , .Y v... NKCH A5 ITS CRAZY DAZ v y ,, -J . . . Jay, , H-,L R, .,,.g33,., 1 Q .f...uffs:f79f1' 8 TP' ' ngaansu-fanpa. K fi . A 5- 3 f wh, ag'-. Y' A a ,, 1 I . ,gg ' 1' L S 3 v.a'w""'FU v'S"x. 1 i . - ' p L ilu- l " " 'e ' K ..f- ..-Q-.W fX fm. K 1 o n. Q3 A .,- - .Miz f-r' ' ' km . H I A., 1 , A M3 W I. Jarri Jarrett demonstrates what it means to be laid back, 2. Thrills come as queens get announced Frankie Hutchinson and Penny Knick show by their reactions. J 3. Students come and go. but Northtown remains much the same. 4. No one could be crazier than Scott Martin and Aide Andreu. Just try to catch them in a sane moment! 5. Winning and losing games keep many in a frenzy of joy or despair during I 978-l979. 6. Mr. Dale Williams can be counted on for a laugh or two at assemblies or in his "Mental Ward. "Here he discos down with Mrs. Jacobs. 7. What made Lesa Clegg climb this tree? Doesn't she want to go out of her tree? S. Looks like Mr. Jarvis is taking those Dracula movies too seriously while Miss Baker becomes his latest unsuspecting victim. 9. A little 'jock" is hidden even in the most unlikely sources. Mark Palmer can't resist a quarterback sneak on the front lawn. IO. Ow! It hurts just to look at limber Kimber Woody. EIT Index A Chuck Bengimina 150,172,174 Maria Benitez 29,53,56,60,62, 143,144,154,157,193,210 Peter Beniimina 183 Monica Benjamin 29,79,183 Rita Accurso 172 Tom Adams 27,79,172 Allan Adler 193 Linda Admussen 79,92,1S4,157,172 jenny Addington 182 Gretchen Ager 172 jennifer Ager 150,182 Sheri Alban 154,172 Bruce Albrecht 193 David Albrecht 57,172 Kay Alexander 61,193,210 Amy Allen 70,122,160,193,211 Mark David Allen john Bllls 27 Todd Allen B6,121,126,1B2 Todd C. Allen 182 Susan Allister 79,172 jamie Berry 52,70,65,167,172 Kelli Berry 29,183 Diana Bickford 183 65,76,142, Tom Bennett 57,75,100,160,183 Anene Berg 29,7B,79,B0,133,194,210 ,Q 2 1, Lauri Bersofsky 183 Z, , Clint Beshears 109,110,113 lim Beshears 29,70,Z2,72,1, ill, 11,1 r 5 Richard Bridges 84,100,103,118,121,162,172 Helen Bright 29,57,96,122,183 - " Roberta Bringe 183 ' Sharon Brink 29,165,194,210ifQ,,, ,Q Susan Brooks 57,59',6,1 65,1502 ,210 Brooks, Brown 84,10Wfl18,12 ,150,'1m Bruce Brown 75,709 4 ,172,10ig, ,, V ,Wai ' H ,165 57,17 an , ,5 A7557' ll', . V' Gr.. 162,195,210 , 1W,172 Rick Ancell 182 l X 1 , Lori Ancona 57, ,202,205,210g,r "'A' ' Francis Ande 193 ' jeff Anderso jimmie ,' 0 4 Lisa Aide Mark ,1 3,191 Mike Ksv 67,a4, 195,210 " f- f ,,,,, 2,42 Kevln ff 1 H A Gayla 195,210 P5- ,,, r . We 'awa it 4 i Danny Bill Cla Sandy 1 Mark C kesa CI Ray Cle Rhonda Evelyn 3149 5 C , or KEY 1 M ' ei loy Cl l . ' rian ' David 1 .g. e - gud , f ffl? 44, af lern 17 7252? Rose Butler I ,193,210 if Tom 118,167,172 a Boothman 183 Borchers 183 Borgm 5 172 E,79,80 David M7 Barnes jim Barreifi75 Tami 29 154,157 194,210 138,112 - rem 1 I ,, r C4 - V lies Larry t Rusty 1 Billie 1 lanice, Paul KC Mary I David' Becky Betty I Miche 15 ,9 150,183 151,183 124,195,211 15,r1Q2,1 ,210 Frank ,,Z5r, Beverly Basch 183 Carter 183 Mark Brenda Baseh 27,79,00,92,1o5,172 Carver 19.5 ,,o. lennif jim Bascue 27,183 Cassidy 195 ,,, ly, s Dave Tim Base 84,100,160,172 Castillo Debbi Scott Bash 29,94,118,121, Cates 1951 Chery jeffBatcheller 193,210 Caulfield "' Glenn Karen Battiest 74,172 Caulfield 173 Kelly Lorraine Battiest 65,75,79,193,210 Cessng 183 ,,, 'sirl Stacy Bill Beaber 172 Cess' 29,792 1 , 8fj154,157,195,210 , Larry l Wynne Beam 105,172 Braun Mara Chand 61,65i 1 ,75,195,210 ,f Robe: Cary Beck 100,124,125,172 Bev ,92,64,133, Donna Chan 71,19 Vicki Fred Becvar 193,210 172, Tim Chaney 1 , i Kiln l: jeff Beeson 183 Larry Breshears 183 wmv' ,, l-isa Chastain 1951210 i t Mike Bill Beezley 57,79,109,154,157,183 Norman Breshears 183 '1 ' ' Margene Childress 44,4 65,71,72,79, Randy Kendra Bell 5,46,71,72,150,151,172 rom Breshears 37,128,194,240 142,173,205 , lohn Christi Beller Chuck Breuer 5,57,165,194 Bryan Chura 183 , la Mike Benedick 94,121,183 Shar-on Brewer 29,194,210 jennifer Clasen 29,182,183 0 leff 1 ' , .-"i ,, ,. ' A 218 av 5 Z.. ,,', " ' Cl. .Su- I Danny Claus f wi Bill Claybrook 3, , Sandy Cleaver Mark Cleeton I62,172 Lesa Clegg 79 -, W., Ray Clemens , ff A " Rhonda 0 1 517 A 9, 5' f,'f U ' fe 1 -A 1, Q ' Mefle 7117 I . y 44-.1 0, Brenda Cooper Larry Cooper ,79,142, 196,211 94,196 196,211 118, 86 185 96,211 7,47,121,196,202,211 ,1 A 174 1-3' 122,146, 150,167, 29, ,44,47,1a5 ,148,1 34,196,2 QU Kristie ,67 , 28-1 I Rusty Cooper 109,110, ,31,57 Billie 134, lanlce Corhett ,79, '121' Paul Cordas N42fy ra 29, 139,141, David Becky ff' Chris Cox lo Linda Brad Gamble 121 Rick Gambrell 174,185 Crockett Curry Mark Dahms lennifer Dave Daniel Debbie Dahiel Cheryl Daniels Glenn Darrow if Kelly Davqiport 196 Stacy Dav nport 173 5,210 , Larry Dav 'on 173 V' Robert Davidson Vicki Davidson 79 - if Kim Davila 18-1 sf Mike Davis 184 9, 4 -,'A Randy Davis 73, U4 ' fi' Iohn,Day , "j t - lamiiefheason 104 ' ' , leif Deasan U55 X216 V -A if , rf . ,, 6 Crawford 27 E Randy Gann 185 Criswen 27 184 Sherry Gann 185 CHsweH 29 121 137,196,211 leaneue Cafdne'27 ,65,7 ,16s,167, I I 137, Lv . ,fr 1366, ,, 1. far, i 142,175 61,79,105,106,108, 'Hin-likin-? julie Gor ,31,79,96,98,1o5,106,108 Lori Hewlett 71,118,175 Becky lanes 26,29,53,55,74,75,76,78,79, 118,11 139,160,185 Laurie rman 92,185 Tiffany orman 122,185 Vicky Gorman 65,70,76, ' Kathy Hiatt 199,211 Paul Hibschle 186 Benton Hicklin 80,83,153,154,157,200,212,83 Brian jones 186 Kell jones 200 . . . y 79r90,91,92,144,'175 ""Brll,'Hrcks,27,29,83,199,211 'H "" ' Kennegjgijones Dee Gotschall 198,185,211 Chuck Gould David Graham 175 Kristi Graham 29,75,185 Carl Grant 74,75 Gr I 175 Green Green 143,175 Gregory 104,186 160,198,211 75,100,103, 37,198 121,175 27,198,211 H 199,211 138,199,211 29,175 Haley eathouse 185,186 104,105,186 125,175 5,167,175 53,61,6 52,70,141,175 5,76,175 Gurley 29,52,57,70,150,199,211 Laurie Hiclzg,2i,719,q75 Tim Hicks 186 Wanda Hiebert 138,148,,199,2f1,2 Benny Hiegerr 29,199,212f!7:,Z1,,1i?f!jg:f,2fa,.,,, Charles Higgins 31,55,57,59,66fi,1D0Q115g'3rW,, seen 117,186 Stephaifigjones 200 Terry 29,186 carol 61,65,200,212 chrisriei 'us 79,200 Steve 16 62,186 150,151,199,212 1 Cathy Hightower 212, 199 X' iwfwwwiw 6-'mfg Debra Hill 186 Kirby Hills 109,175 , Bill Hilton 75,137,199,212 Tammiee Hinsley 175 Ramona Hirsch 29,186 jim Hochstatter 144,175 Cindy Hodges 5,46,71,175 Kelly Hoffman 27,61,65,79,199,212 Chris Hogan 70,72,141,199,212 Mark Hogan 65,121,186,188 Dana Holder 186 Amy Holloway 199,212 jeff Holloway 104,186 Molly Holman 29.79,175 Charles Holmes 27,79,121,186 fem- Brent Holt 199 ry' W 1 Brant Hoover 199 Larry Hoover Steve Horn 115,128,175 -l fb -1 FD rn Sl I O -1 ua 5 N 5 .a 3 US S' ,XXX Candy Horton 79 Paul Horton 186 Dave House 57,109,110,111,18 E, Hall 5,70,73,175 lee House 5,27,74,75,175 Ha Ray Howard 175 Kim Hueser Rick Hansen 29 jim 75, Troy 75,186 Tim 199,211 Troy jurgen 118, 29,199,219 72 ' ,sei YW ff if ,182 'Q fb 7 119, "'Z.L ,ffff Z 4 7 1 W8 m li 5 I fam rigram 29,1 lohn Irving 135 a t is evee 9 'lll 7 X K Lane Kenley Q N Mike lfffbejaoo Sherry Kalcic Karen Karnes 157,200,212 Kenneth Karnes 153,186 Kevin Karnes 86,109,110,126 Ken Kavanaugh 29,78,109,133,157,176 Dave Kaylor 200 , Doug Kean 109,176qjf1,f 1, Bill Kearns 26,83,,153f27jj,i Kellin ' Mike Keller 29,86,186 "'f1 L Pat Keller 84,200 Debra Kellerman Steve Keltner 29,61,65,75,t28,137r2Q6fZ?2 Kent Holt 199,212 , w,,ff,,Tanya Keltner 71,176 Eric Kenned Paul Kenn ' , Russ joy Kim Lange Harold I- 1 , Lori jackson 92,i7Qf jf W Mikwetflaeksen 50,174, ' 6 Mary if 5,5 i',fi, 72 7r176,1 1 Cathy I . W ,150, iarri Jarrett 0,21Y , ,,,,,,, .,,,,, Mike jeffef ,157, ,,. janey jenkif ,79,1 ' X f Latimer e L2""a len ' M WGrant joliansonf 00 V 0 A ' john Cindy johnson 186 , David Cynthia johnson 186 Aaron Lawrence 2, David johnson 57 Adam Lawrenc Denise johnson 29,79,176 P awson 250 '7 r? vDonna johnson 200 Mike johnson 186 as W Pam johnson Dan johnston Teri johnston 186 Lee johnston 57 Ricardo a 1 3 2 S wson 212 Sh 1 son Craig l.ayman 7,44,47,65,94,95,121,165 201,212 Dennis Layton 109,176 Keith Lear 27 r 7 154,157,201 , 7, Denise jim Lei Willian Kenny Lori Le Sandra Mike L Laren I Teresa Bill Ler Kim Le Terri L1 Susan I jeff Le' Teresa joe Lew Ken Le Laura I Lynda 0 Nancy Larry L Steffi l Carolyn David Todd l joe Lip Sidonii Tammy Tracy l Brenda jim Log Alessar Rlwnd Tim Lo Wes Le Karla l David ,Marla Terry l Lauri L Sandy Curl L4 Kellie Terry l Vickie Martii Mike I rw., , . Y sl N. l i'.ee14Z" Tina jane larry ir- 188,190 Denise Ledford 176 jim Ledford William Ledford 201 Kenny Lee 54,56,65,84,89,121,147,201,212 Lori Lee 57,96,97,105,122,139 Sandra lee 176 Mike LeMay 176 Laren Lemen 201 Teresa Lewey 122 Bill Lentz 44,47,126,154,176 Kim Lenz 187 Terri Lenzmeier 27,79,105,187 Susan LeTourneau 201,212 jeff Lewey 187 Teresa Lewey 201 joe Lewis Ken Lewis 187 Laura Lewis 27,44,47,74,75,79,162,176 Lynda Lewis 201 Nancy Lewis 201 Larry Libeer 187 Steffi Libra 143,176 Carolyn Linder 96,176 David Lindsey 75,187 Todd Linscott 124,125,201 joe Lipari 176 Sidonia Lipari 57,187 Tammy Lockard 29,201,212 Tracy Lockard 29,176 Brenda Locke 176 jim Logan 176 'L K Alessandro LoGrasso 133,162,201 Rhonda Long 29,187 Tim Long 84,86-,201,212 2 Wes Long 84,121,176 Karla Longpine 29,176 David Love 187 Marla Lowe 29,79,201,212 Terry Lowe 187 ' Lauri Lowers 92,201,207,212 Sandy Lowers 57,70,150,167,187 Curt Lowrey 126,137,187 Kellie Lowry 29,177 Terry Loyd 177 Vickie Loyd 29,177 Marty Ludwig 139,157,177 Mike Ludy 84,86,124,125,150,201,212 Tina Ludy 29,79,177 Catherine Lundberg David Lyman 125,126,187 Steve Lyman 187 Kim Lynch 29,143,187 Susan Lynch 187 V an 7, Ken Matthew 94,109,121,188 Mike Matthew 94,95,'l09,121,144,177 jackie Matthews 188 john Maurin john Maynard 75,188,212 Cindi Mayor 29,76,83,134,139,157,177 Kimberly McBath 202 Patricia Mccale 44,46,47,57,61,65,141, 202 Don McCann 57,75,177 Heather McClain 29 james McClain 187 ' Doug McConnell 86,109,187 Patty McConnell 61,65,71,91,92,202,212 Scott McConnell 7,57,84,100 Steve McConnell 84,109,202,212 David McCoskey 202 Richard McCoy 187 Rose Ann McDermott 187 Bruce McDonald 126,187,188 David McDonald 187 A David McDonald 57 Melinda McDonald 202,212 Paul McElhany 79,187 Dan McElroy 202,212 Paul McElroy 157 Carol McElwee 29,187 Brian McGeeney Brad McGinnis 115,177 Becky Mc'Glaughlin 177 Terry McGowan 177 Glenda McGuire 202 A Linda McIntyre729,57,187f 1 Lisa McKnight 7 Mark McLauglilingfl77 77 1, Cliff McMenomy,177 1 , Heather McMichael 44,47,75,202f Bryan McMillin 177' ' 77 Dale McPherson 27,57,177 'L 7 Mary McQueen 177 7 8 7 Kent Meeker 84,121,177 Pam Meeker 29,79,188 Christina Meeks 202 Mitchell Meeks 177 X Steve Mehmert 29,53,76,78,79,1S7,177 Lori Meisner 27,29,188 77 7 A Tammy Meisner 29,202,212 y 1 jeff Melvin 177 Suzy Mendoza 177 Sandy Merchant 71,202,212 Tony Merlino Peggy Merriam y Shawnda Me ' an 29 96 118 1887 Scott mm 1 7, 7 V. I l I wgfm ryf 4fe3,:af1v'7 0"Vllle',N9W fg. David Moddrell 177 Steve Modeer 57,76,141,177 George Modrak 74,75,79,154,188 Mary Modrak 79,143,154,157,177 Ken Moffett 188 Rene Molina 177 Sandra Monnig 203 Keith Monroe 177 james Montague joe Montaleone 188 Tony Montaleone 27,29,57,75,162,203,213 Carl Montaleone Kerri Moore 5,27,52,65,79,177 Lance Moore 79,154,157,188 Lynda Moore 178 2 Sherry Moore 76,188 Craig Morningstar 188 ' jeff Morris 2034 Roger Morris 100,178 Teresa Morris 96,178 7 Mary Ann Morrison 178 Don Morrow 44,46,47,74,7S,203,209,213 janie Mueller 57,74,75,141,188 Mary Lynn Munger 5,51,52,57,61,65,154, 154,155,168,203,208,213 7 Tammy Munholland 1 7 ' Benny Munsterman 188 Mark Murphy 79,203 Steph Mussurici 213 7 David Myers 84,178 ' 0 Eva Myers 29,153,154,188 Pat Myers 178 Karen Mynatt A Terry Mynatt 188 Marilyn Nafzinger 203,213 Teresa Nafzinger 188 Charles Nance 188 7 Robin-'Naylor 188 john'Nea e 203 1 0 1 Regen'Neathery 6 Candy Neece 178 +17f7 Kathy Neighbors 178,18lfiQQL ,'87, i '.ff mauve NelS0'i Perry Nenno - ,- f Barbara Newbery! WWS?!!Z?i f ,233 ., 4, 1- 7, 1. -44f1,.,, ,M , .yy , , 1, f A f , I i " j Susan I I 7 29,177 ' Martin A Martino. Martin john Marvin 201 1.59 Chris Mason 188 gf Steve Mason ,75,201,2'l2 1 1,177 am ax...-H ,jaye f ' 114411 61,78,79,139,148,154,17 rry imi"Miller U48 178, 44, Gary Olds 79,84,121,148 178' Egggfg 188 Mike Olinger 29,7-1,0379 : V Sheila Millar 29,59,71,79,202,213 Karen Olson 29,S7,90,91,92, 7 H577 - 1 2gi1eA:iiil:meir2ll12i2q82,2 3 Tina Orlowski 65,178 Mickey Minor Becky Off 178 A je " isenhelter 177 Cfalg Off 29173391 1 84110 Samir Mistretta 188 111,134,168,178 ' ' I 65 109 110 111 146 188 203 'Ka orr 27 79 188 rendu' 518' Y 76'78'l57'202'212 Dzaiid Mitchel ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Tail Orr 29f79f1042 7 5 1 ane 3 9' ' Patty Ortega 94 0 112 126 150 Doug Mitchell 188 . . r Lmy Mames 29'86'w9'H ' ' ' ' Richard Mitchell 27,79,109,110 Ronn- Orwlfk I .fri 'f ' if A' -4 178 7, ' 7 ,110, 4 .QQ 813 A 7 1 0 ,gi I K 4-fha ' V ' 7 I Bob Oster 178 Bud Owens 84,203,213 Ron Owens 188 Steve Owsley 5,64,67,133,142,143,160, 203,213 P David Pace 178 Lindsay Paice 57,213 Chris Palaska 128,203 Mark Palmer 31,47,57,64,67,117,150,157, 160,203,208,217 Ray Park 122,178 ' Cheryl Parker 5,29,78,178 Dennis Parker 100,103,125,203,213 Mike Parker 104,188 Ray Parks 137 Celia Parman 188 jenny Parr 188 Denise Parrett 96,189 Anita Parsons 189 Andy Partridge 189 john Partridge Richard Partridge 203 Monica Patterson 29,189 jim Patten 27,753,189 Steven Patton 203 joyce Paul 189,213 Robert Payne 79 Brent Peacher 189,214 Tim Peacher 189 Kelly Peek Kim Peek 79,157,178 , Steve Penick 84,109,110,113,147,203,209 Teresa Percy 57,189 Bill Perkins Kelly Perkins 79,150,189 jenny Peterson 29,178 Lori Peterson 65,203,213 Sherri Petitt 189 Carrie Pfaff 47,51,150,203,213 Doug Pharr 'Gary' Phillips 189 Patty Phillips Phil Phillips 100,178 ' Gar y Phipps 203,213 Kathy Phipps 178 Paul Phipps Sheila Pierce 189 Debbie Pierson 203,213 Yvette Pikl 203 Rhonda Pillers 189 Sandy Piontek 57,203 Denise Piper 203 Kathy Plou 178 Gary Poole 189 David Poppenhagen 121,189 Tammy Porter 29,203 Amy Poteet 27,52,57,71 ,79,142,143,165, 179,193 Melissa Poteet 51,57,123,150,198,203, 208,211,213 Brent Powell 65,70,72,115,129,148,204,208 Donna Powell 189 Roberta Powell 179 Wade Powell 65,208,213 Everett Powelson Dale Prather 57,193 Darrel Prather 153,154,162 Darren Prather 5,29,55,61,73,76,79,80, 141,150,154,155,169,198,204,208,213 Robert Prevost 179 David Price 189 linda Proeu 27,65,79,105,106,148,204,213 Robert Pruett Tom Pryor 150,179 Paula Pyle 179 Lee Pyzer 79 Mark Quarles 189 Mike Quarles 138,179 Brad Quick 55,56,204,213 Danny Quick 117,179 Norma Quinones 204 Kathy Ragan 179 Teresa Raley 70,204,213 Cynthia Ramsey 5,75,92,105,122,179 janet Ratledge 204 Debbie Raysik 29,204,213 Kevin Reed 74,204 Kim Reed 74,75,162,179 Roy Reed Russell Rehel 189 Mike Reilly 75,179 Mike Reiman 29,75,94,179 Greg Renfroe 179 Robert Repine 75,126,189 Anne Reschke 74,75,105,142,179 Mark Retzer 29,86,109,126,189 Doug Reynolds 115,160,189 Glen Reynolds Lee Reynolds 150,179 Maria Reynolds 27,29,79,153,179 Marsha Reynolds 189 Shelli Reynolds 189 Steve Rhodes 23,179 Tim Rice 179 joyce Rich 179 Yvette Rich 189 Steve Richardson 29,79,83,179 Sue Riggs 29,53,61,75,96,133,153,204, 213 Debbie Riley 204,213 Diana Ritter 148,179 Darrell Robb 57,179 Kelly Roberts 29,61,78,79,83,204,213 Ho 1 Robe 44,47,57,76,79,94,9s,121,14s, Y Y 'l54,165,204,213 Dee Robinette 204 Marty Robinette 189 . Amy Robinson 29,51,53,61,65,71 79,154,157,'l69,204,21'l,2'l3 jerry Roe 29,83,84,126,179 V Cindy Rogers 71,79,157,179 Mark Rogozienski 109,110,111,112,2,,04 Nadonna Romans 74,75,179 Laura Rone 29,204,213 Teresa Rose 204,213 David Ross 179 Mindy Ross 190 Trudy Ross 29,79,83,204,213 Warren Ross Cindy Roster 179 Forrest Roudebush 27,109,190 jackie Ruckh 204 Karla Russell 44,46,47,148,204,213 john Rustici Danny Ruth 29,53,83,179 jerry Rutledge 204 Mary Ryan 29,44,46,47,57,71 165,179 joe Ryczek 61,204 Matt Rynard 157,190 0 Mary Kay Ryon 92 F Lee Ryzer Tim Rice 179 joyce Rich 179 Yvette Rich 189 , Steve Richardson 29,79,83,179 sue Riggs 29,53,61,7s,96,133, 213 Debbie Riley 204,213 Diana Ritter 148,179 Darrell Robb 57,179 Kelly Roberts 29,61,78,79 Hoyt Robey 44,47,57 154,165,2o4,213 Dee Robinette 204 Marty Robinette 189 Amy Robinson 29,51,53, 79,154,157,169,204,211, jerry Roe 29,83,84,126, Cindy Rogers 71,79,157, Mark Rogozienski 109,110, Nadonna Romans 74,75,179 Laurafllbne 29,204,213 Teresa Rose 204,213 David Ross 179 Mindy Ross 190 ffrudy Ross 29,79,83,204,213 Warren Ross Cindy Roster 179 Forrest Roudebush 27,109,190 jackie Ruckh 204 Karla Russell 44,46,47,148,204,213 john Rustici Danny Ruth 29,53,a3,179 jerry Rutledge 204 Mary Ryan 29,44,46,47,57,71,76,81,83,92 165,179 joe Ryczek 61,204 Matt Rynard 157,190 Mary Kay Ryon 92 Lee Ryzer S Lourdes Sanchez 29,153,179 janie Sanders 190 Kathy Sanders 44,47,61,65,96,98,202,204, 213 Carrie Sandiford 179 Bill Sandridge 94,121,179 Kari Sandridge 70,92,190 Scott Sandridge 84,86,100,167,179 Bryan Sanford 179 ,L Tim Saragusa 27,29,1 , Susan Sauceman 1791? Mike Saunders 179 'f e Ruth Saunders 29,79,204 Pam Saxton 65,75,96,97,165,179,181 Brian Scantlin 74,75,79,179 joe Scarpulla 190 Greg Schmidt 179 Phil Schmidt 179 David Schnabel 190 148, Kim Sm Kimberl Linda S1 Maria S Sue Smi Faron Sl Leslie Sl Sharon Greg Sa Mike Sc Debbie Patti Sp Bryan S Laurie E Bill Spe Mike Sl Kathy S Wendy Bill Spo Debbie Lynette Tammy Mary SI Valery E Lori Sta Eric Sta Donna Lois Sta james S Debbie Kevin S Sharon Kevin S Sl S 1 Linda S Doug S Shelly E Lisa Stil Linda S Ted Sti Bill Stir jeanett jeri Stix julie St janice 1 Brenda Chris S Tim Str Ronald 0 Chris S Cal Str, Carla S Bryce E 197,21 Tammy Kathy 5 jonny Craig 5. Dean Chris S Don Tom Amy Tammy Scot john judi Shelby Sherri Randy David Tina stan Slaughter a4,121,13s,1ao Becky Small 29,205,213 Christopher Smith 205 Cindi Smith 148,190 Debbie Smith 190 Donna Smith 180 lanelle Smith 21,44,47,55,59,61,65,71,79, 205,213 jeff Smith 190 -4 we Leslie ' Doug ' 208,2 Paul Ta Dorotl julie T Kent T Rick T jeff Te Linda ' , - ' Yi - - f M1 .-.-. ,92 IZ04, L -S r 'nw wr Li ' 1 mga 47443, ,Az - f Y 1,79, if - l l l . 1 4 i ,4 i l E i ,ea Kim Smith 29 Kimberly Smith 190 Linda Smith 57,205 Maria Smith 205 Sue Smith 29 Faron Snow Leslie Snow 148,190 Sharon Snyder 190 Greg Soetaert 213 Mike Solenberg 190 Debbie Sovereign 29,75,79,105,144,180 Patti Sparks 29,79,190 Bryan Specker 75,190 Laurie Specker 92,105,143,180 Bill Spencer 84,121,180 Mike Spencer 57,180 Kathy Sperbeck 29,190 Wendy Sperbeck 180 Bill Spooner 205,208,214 Debbie Sportsman 190 Lynette Sprofera 29,190 Tammy Srock 29,75,180 Mary Stacey 205 Valery Stahl 180 Lori Stallman 191 Eric Stanley 180 Donna Stansill 191 Lois Stanton 205 james Steenstry 191 Debbie Stephens 29,74,75,154,191 Kevin Stephens 34,109,121,167,205,214 Sharon Stephens 29,205,214 Kevin Stephenson 117,180 janet Steuber 191 qllen Stevens 191 Becky Stevens 205 Linda Stevenson Doug Stickle 205 Shelly Stielow 27,74,75,79,a4,96,11s,191 Lisa Stingley 205 Linda Stinnett 29,138,180 Ted Stinnett 57,74,205 Bill sripek 44,47,138,144,205,207,214 jeanette Stipek 154,191 jeri Stiverson julie Stiverson 205 janice Stobaugh 205 Brenda Stock 29,79,191 Chris Stock 180 Tim Stock 29,158 Ronald Stockton Sally Stockwell 138,205 Carla Stoelzel 191 Stone 180 St0ttS 191 Chris Strand 84,126,180 Cal Straw 191 Carla Straw 75,180 Bryce Strong 26,29,44,47,53,57,61,72,83, 197,2o2,2o6,214 Tammy Strong 29,191 Kathy Stubbs 79,191 Craig Sublett 75,180 Chris Sullivan 191 Sullivan Sullivan 180 Summers 180 Summitt 180 om Sunderland 100,121,180 Sutton 29,79,180 Swan 27,79,105,122,191 Swatzell 180 Swindler Swisher fqllllldel T Teri Tanner 191 Duane Tarvin 143,206 Leslie Tatum 51,154,157,162,198,206,214 Doug Taylor 57,94,95,118,121,146,206, 208,214 Paul Taylor 84,121,165,180 Dorothy Tebbe julie Tebbe 206 Kent Tebbe 191 Rick Tebbe 126,180 jeff Temaat 86,191 Linda Temaat 5,46,65,71,206,214 Marcus Teng 27,79,191 Brenda Tennison 206,214 Rocky Terranova 191 Mark Terry 180 Suzie Testorff 29,79,83,134,180 Cheryl Thomas 29,79,153,180 Dawn Thomas 191 Lori Thomas 51,58,71,72,73,96,150,206,214 Connie Thompson 70,72,165,206,214 Mark Thompson 104,191 Mike Thompson 75 Pat Thompson 27,79,191 Becky Thornsberry 191 Chuck Thornton . Tammy Thorton 206 Randy Tichenor 27,79,206 Paula Tinker 191 Willa Trach Charlie Travis 29,75,7s,115,191 Mark Treadway 206 Marjorie Tupper 180 Valerie Turkinton Ken Turnbull 191 Sandra Turnbull 180 john Turner 180 V Karen VanArsdale 65,75,76,154,155,157, 206,214 jerry Vanvacter 191 Barbara Vanwye 191 Alan Vaughan 74,75,79 Allen Vaughan 191 Will Vaughan 180 Angela Vellenti 122 Kelly Venhaus 180 julie Viar 191 Valerie Vochatzer 206 Carol Vogel 29,96,180 Paul Vogel 29,79,206,214 Chris Volland 191 Carolyn Wade 75,79,105,191 Larry Waldon 75,180 Mike Waldon 29,206 Bob Walker 5,5s,s7,61,7s,133,134,148, 150,154,157,168,206,209,214 Kim Walsh 5,4s,65,71,96,99,105,106,103 142,165,206,208,214 Kari Walters 191 Leah Walton 191 Mike Walton 79,157 Elizabeth Wansing 191 Leisa Ward 74,75,160,162,180 Lori Ward 180 Michael ward 194,206,214 Matt Warman 26,27,79,104,180 Terry Warman 75,191 Bill Warner 180 Marty Warren 191 Bridgett Waskousky 206 james Webb 191 Mark Webb 206 Michael Webb 180 Michael Webb 191 Rick Webb 74,75,126,180 Chet Webster 191 Cathi Weeks 206 Shere Weinzerl 206 Ruth Weir Doug Weiss 191 Ann Welch 74,75,79,92,11a,191 Doug Wells 83,180 lim Wells 29,70,72,83,180 Donald Welsh 27,181 Bryan Wendling 86,150,165,191 jim Wendt 29,86,191 Paul Wendt Barb West 75,181 Charles West 206 Chris Westhoven 61,206,214 Dennis Weymuth 214 joyce Whaley 181 Beverly Wheeler 206 john Wheeler 37,44,47,117,206,214 Sharon Wheeler 74,75,191 Stacy Wheeler 29,79,104,158,191 Doug Whee oc 27,61, , , Steven Whipple 27,109,191 Roger Whitaker 192 Brad White 86 Laurie White 150,188 Lonnie White 192 Steven White jeff Whitworth 192 Becky Wideman 29,192 Richard Wiggins Willie Wiggins 181 Bryant Wiley 75,181 'Cheryl Wiley 29,44,47,79,181 Sheila Wilkey 192 Mike Willcoxson 192 David Willett 29,44,47,83,100,138,181 Blake Williams 5,44,52,57,181 Bob Williams 29,74,75,137,181 Charles Williams Darrell Williams 206 A David Williams 29,57,83,125,158,162,181 Debbie Williams 206,214 john Williams 181 Kathy Williams 57,79,148,154,181 Kay Williams 181 Mary Williams Nelson Williams 74,75,79,192 Tracy Williams 192 Terry Williamson 79,206,214 Wayne Williamson 192 Tina Willmann 181 Danny Willis Gene Wills 192 Leslie Wills 192 Barbara Wilson 207 jon Wilson 75,76,104,126,192 Wendy Wilson 5,20,61,65,148,201,207 Angela Wilt 4 Connie Wilt 181 0 Aleta Winters 181 David Winters 27,79,192 Dawn Wise 61 ,6S,207,214 Dave Wolenski 192 . Dawn Wolenski 29,65,181 jackie Wolfe 192 Jeff wolfe 29,79,1o9,11s,192 Rusty Wolfe 23,31,125,207 lulie Wolverton 5,52,61,65,70,79,192,207, 214 I I Rob Wolverton 29,36,65,104,105,126,150, 165 Christy Wood 29,61,207,214 jeff Wood 75,76,192 Pamela Wood 29,61,65,74,75,90,91,92,119 144,207,214 Paula Wood 29,79,118,192 Susan Wood 207,214 Susan Woodard 192 Anita Woodell Denise Woody 192 Kimber Woody 57,79,118,181,217 Stuart Woody 74,75,79,192 Douglas Woolsey Bonnie Wright 207,214 Dale Wright 192 julie Wright 192 Leslie Wright 181 Lori Wright 192 Russell Wright 192 Scott Wright 207 Tom Wright 181 Doug Wyland 7,44,47,59,100,125,207,214 Dale Yaeger 29,74,75,126,192 David Yaeger 53,121,181 Shannon Yeagar 154,192 Ralph Yeater 61,84,207,214 Lisa Yokum 207,214 justin Yoon 207,214 Linda Voss 181 Bryan Young 207 Kai Sing YU 27,192 Robert Zastrow 181 .4 A2352 rj 1 A j n..a"' .fii " 5' - 3 5424 'E 2" f' W2 'yfivafga " 'iffinfl 1,5 ff ,fki In--.U ' . .-' 5-27 Q". ,' brfgi- -I if gf? , -. 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