Northwest Classen High School - Round Table Yearbook (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Class of 1965
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IN ITS FIRST YEAR, Northwest's patio looks bleak and barren compared with today's beautifully
I Dream High School Still Showplace
NOTED FOR taking pride in their school grounds, Knights are reminded
to keep off the grass by David Capron, Student Council building and
IN SEPTEMBER 1955, Oklahoma City's "dream high
school"-the new Classen-opened its doors to 1,820 stu-
dents and 73 teachers. Covering a 40-acre tract, cost of the
original plant approached 34,000,000
Following the letting of bids on December 3, 1953,
months of study of outstanding buildings throughout the
country preceded actual construction. No effort was spared
in incorporating unique architecture, combined with mod-
ern, utilitarian design. The result was a school plant that
has remained a showplace for a constant stream of visitors
for ten years.
The name "Northwest" was not added to the building un-
til 1960. Many patrons had attended the original Classen,
they were eager to retain its name for the famous new
school. Some opposition was voiced before the name was
changed to avoid constant confusion with what was then
referred to as "Old Classen".
Enrollment increased beyond expectations and physical
facilities were constantly improved in an effort to meet the
needs of Knightland's growing population. In 1964 a
S350,000 addition, containing 12 badly needed class-
rooms, was occupied.
Today Northwest Classen, with its 3,200 students and
105 teachers, stands maiestically on a gently sloping hill,
surrounded by a beautifully landscaped campus. It is con-
sidered an important landmark in this growing metropolis.
But the building is much more than stone and mortar.
ln ten short years, this educational institution has achieved
tremendous state and national recognition. The name
"Northwest Classen" is spoken with pride and heard with
ln one decade, significant traditions have been estab-
lished, high academic standards have been set and the
record of accomplishment has propelled NWC forward to
its present status.
CROSSING the picturesque patio between classes is a
refreshing, pleasant experience for hundreds of
Knights each day.
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SINCE Pat Robinson and Johnny Harris entered the newly-com- CONCEPTION of the new high school followed by all the
pleted Northwest Classen that first day in 1955 a wealth of phases of construction covered a two-year period.
traditions has been established.
RESPLENDENT with color, the fountain in The patio is The most beautiful spot
the campus at nighi.
Today is The momenfary bridge
ThaT links Yesferday and Tomorrow.
Commemorafing a n'1ilesTone
in school hisfory,
These pages record The happenings
of a school year.
May They recall The pleasures
of Those evenfs
and also be a reminder
of our obligaTions
To Those who have gone before Us
CCNTENTS Page 14
STUDENT LIFE Page 86
A NEW school motto, reflecting the philosophy of the student body, was adopted and placed in the front hall in May 1963.
Knightland Proud of Traditions
DEDICATION ceremonies were held in May 1963 for Sir Bedivere, Knight's armor,
purchased with the combined funds of Classes 1962 and 1964.
A STRONG TRADITION based on the theme of
"Knighthood"-this is the product of the sincere
pride that we students of Northwest Classen have
felt since our school opened in September 1955.
Just as the code of chivalry was revered in
Medieval times, we, too, regard our traditions
with the highest respect and honor.
This theme of Knighthood is appropriately re-
flected in every tradition signifying Northwest
A member of the first graduating class, Miss
Jo Ann Garrison, designed the emblem adapted
from the order of St. George, one of the most
honorable orders of Knighthood. Purple and gold,
colors symbolic of Nobility, Achievement, and
Victory, were designated school colors.
During the first year school publications, pep
clubs, and classes chose names corresponding
with the theme.
Other traditions have been added in this first
decade. Band director Arthur Johnson composed
the "Fight Song" in 1956. The "Alma Mater" was
composed by the music theory class in 1957.
Just last year "You-Knighted by Pride and Loy-
alty" was unanimously voted as the school motto.
Parking areas and drives were officially titled this
year in a school-wide election.
Rich in tradition, this ten-year old school reflects
the strong bond that has united all Knights and
Ladies since its beginning.
EMBLEM of proud Knighthood-the most cherished school symbol-serves as a fitting background as Dave Elder,
Student Council president, presides at assembly.
Established in Its First Decade
FUNDS from The Million Penny Roundup campaign, in memory of a ADDING to the festivities at football games are the Knight and
cancer victim who had anticipated attending NWC, provided shrubbery Lady on horseback. Diana Simpson and Mike Robertson carried
and trees for the patio. Knightland's colors on the track this year.
"AND WHAT may I do for you?" Something new was added in the main office this year when Mr. Leon
Crowley, administrative intern, greeted students each morning with a friendly smile.
Personalities, Classes, Activities Create
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CLUBS AND CLASSES take advantage of fall and spring weather for outings. Key
and Courtesy club members held their annual weiner roast at Lincoln Park.
PAUSING in the hall during advisory devotional, students dis
play the dignity and department characteristic of Knights.
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PTSA OPEN HOUSES found hundreds of be-
wildered parents hunting for rooms as they
followed students' schedules.
TEACHER OF THE YEAR in Oklahoma City for 1964 was NWC's biology
instructor,-Mr. John Paden. He was selected by the Northwest faculty
before winning the city title in competition with a teacher-nominee
from each school.
FOLK MUSIC proved fo be a mutual interest of AFS student Bernd Hagenberg, from Hanover, Germany, and Dick
Padberg, his American brother.
SPIRIT was fueled by a bonfire built in the new pit before the
Douglass game. Kanda Kirkwood is illuminated by the firelight.
SUPPORT of community projects has always been given by Knights.
Key clubber Jim Cheatham and Courtesy club member Helen Rein-
heimer receive a United Appeal contribution from Mrs. Jack Moses.
TRYING OUT the monorail, the State Fair's
new, novel attraction, are Shirin Sadigh-
Ershdi, exchange student from Iran, and
Marcy Eagin, her American sister.
Expressions of Devotion
Found Throughout NWC
LOVE of our school has been shown in many ways. Gifts
have been presented by individuals, groups, graduating
classes, and memorial proiects.
From the memorial flagpole and library room, to furniture,
book carts, draperies, shrubbery, fountain, and trees, expres-
sions of devotion to NWC are found throughout the building
The American Field Service program has contributed a great
deal to the cultural growth of the school. Parents and students
have strongly supported this rewarding project.
A spirit of unity has always been the motivating force for
NWC students, whether it be in the enthusiastic furor of a
cheering section, or the quiet pride of reading "Northwest
Classen" in the newspaper.
Northwest boasts the nation's largest PTSA membership,
the highest number of publication packets in state high schools
are sold here each year.
Never satisfied with the easily attainable, Knights have al-
ways reached out for that "something better," only achieved
by the persevering. The state and national honors received
each year by NWC students surprises none of us, we do no
less than our best, and we expect the same of others.
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BICYCLE RACKS by the tennis courts once received heavy patronage. Now one lone bicycle contrasts with the
hundreds of cars in the crowded parking lots.
EVERYONE gets into the act at the PTSA mixer in the patio celebrating the end of a highly successful membership drive.
The image ot Northwest Classen
is created and molded
by its administration and faculty.
Tremendous strides have been made
in curriculum development
in the school's first decade.
MR. Pl"lll. C. BENNETT MRS. WARREN WELCH MR. MEl.VlN P. ROGERS
Member-at-Large Ward l Ward ll
Board of Educafion Dedicafed
fo Mainfain High Sfandards
MR. W. F. LOTT
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PTSA PRESIDENT Mrs. Jack Patterson welcomes school board members, Mrs. Welch and Mr. MR-
Esfcs,totl1e annual NWC "teacher appreciation" luncheon August 27. Ward lV
CHECKING IN around 7 a.m. each morning, Mr. Malone works long hours
consulting with teachers, students and patrons.
MR. J. FRANK MALONE
Keeps Pace With Growth
COMPETENT AND ABREAST of the times, NVVC's principal,
along with the administrative and counseling staff, worked
diligently to keep pace with the ever-growing needs of 3,200
A portion of this staff remained on duty i2 months of the
year and continued working on enrollment and scheduling
from June to September. Thus, the numerous details of clos-
ing one year and opening another gave round-the-calendar
duties to the "front office" personnel.
Mr. Malone gained recognition for himself, Northwest
Classen, and Oklahoma when he was elected to the seven-
member national executive committee of the National Sec-
ondary School Principals Association at the Chicago conven-
tion last year. The only Oklahoman ever selected for this
office, Mr. Malone served this year as a consultant for over-
seas schools for dependents.
THE ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS have special responsibilities
in school administration, however, they function as a team,
working with the principal to help formulate school policies,
develop new procedures, and help teachers and students with
individual problems. All administrators were involved in the
Counselors too, had special assignments. In addition to
providing individual counseling, they maintained a strong
testing program and supplied college bound students with
scholarships and entrance requirement information.
In charge o
MR. LEON BRUNER MR. ROBERT GAUT MR. LEON CROWLEY
Assislvnf PYINCIFUI Assislonl Principal Adminislrolive Inlern
Directors Responsive fo Sfudenfs' Needs
DUANE WEINERT CAROLYN WAKELY GAYLEN WALLACE
lllh-'I2lh Counselor 9lh-'I0lh Counselor 9th-10th Counselor
Senior Sponsor Sophomore Sponsor Sophomore Sponsor
COORDINATOR Duane Weiner? shuffles IBM cards in his office. EERNICE WESTER CHARLES CALLUM OLA MAE OAKES
- Q - - - - - 'lllh-12th Counselor 'lllh-12th Counselor 9th-l0ll1 Counselor
f scheduling, Mr. Weiner! also dlrecls senior activities. junio' Sponsor Pmiessicnul Ccmmmee Freshman Sponsor
Announcers Club, Nations
ensic, National Thespians
J U DY ATK I NS
2Oth Century Homemakers, Jun-
Cygnets, Great Books Club,
Hi-Notes, D. E. Club
Big, Progressive Staff
Provides Rich Program
THE SMOOTH OPERATION of Northwest Clas-
sen depended heavily upon the leadership of the
T32-member staff. Consisting of three administra-
tors, one administrative intern, six counselors,
activities director, nurse, two librarians, vocational
rehabilitation director, 104 classroom teachers and
I3 secretaries, the school personnel was completed
by 24 cafeteria and I9 custodial workers.
It is the philosophy of this staff that learning
is a two-way street. Faculty members and students
exchange ideas and experiences. Advanced and
special courses to fit a wide range of individual
needs are offered here.
Constant attention 'is directed toward revital-
izing the curriculum. Teachers participate in work-
ships and seminars in their effort to improve
New devices have been used and equipment
installed to implement modern methods of instruc-
Junior Sponsor, Parking Committee
High School Red Cross
Aviation Club, Electronics
MARY ELIZABETH BURDETTE
Quill and Scroll
Great Books, High School Red Cross
Honor Math, National Honor Society
FTA, National Honor Society
Swimming Coach, Ass't. Football, Track
Coach, Boys' "O" Club
Honor Math, Freshman Sponsor
Courtesy Club, Youth of the Kingdom,
Dept. Chm. Aviation Club, Science Club
-Business Education '
Scholarships and Awards
Comprehensive Curriculum Offered
Camera Club, Hi-Y
Junior Classical League, National Honor
Attendance, Parking Committee
JOHN C U LB ERT
Courtesy Club, Honor Math, Sophomore
MOLLIE MAE DAVIDSON
Cygnets, Band Girls
Great Books, Library Club
National Honor Society
Y-Teens, Quill and Scroll, OCCTA Rep.
Dept. Chm., Cygnets
Lancers, OCCTA Rep., Freshman Sponsor
Court Jesters, Freshman Sponsor, OCCTA
Faculty Focuses on New Concepts,
Coronets, Honor Language, Tri-Hi-Y
Dept. Chm., Camera Club, OCCTA Rep.
Dept. Chm., Library Club
Falcons, Youth of the Kingdom, Sophomore
Courtesy Club, Honor Math, Freshman Spon-
Electronics Club, Amateur Radio Club
Ass't. Football, Basketball Coach, Boys'
Ass't. Football, Basketball
JO ALICE HENDRICKS
Band Girls, Freshman Sponsor
Camera Club, Amateur Radio Club
Tennis Coach, Boys' "O" Club, Youth of
Techniques to Improve Instruction
INGENIOUS Mrs. Vaclaw, English teacher, was not dismayed to
discover she'd drawn a mail box on the top row. She solved
her problem promptly with a tootstool.
Track, Cross Country Coach,
Boys' "O" Club, Senior
National Art Honor Society,
20th Century Homemakers
Hi Notes, Senior Sponsor
German Club, Honor Language
National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll,
-Girls Physical Education
Cygnets, Girls' "O" Club
Camera Club, Hi-Y, Freshman Sponsor
Wrestling Coach, Boys' "O" Club, Honor
Great Books Club, Sophomore Sponsor
-Boys Physical Education
Football Coach, Ass't. Wrestling Coach,
Boys' "O" Club, Senior Sponsor
Ultimate Success of School Progra
Dept. Chm., 20th Century Homemakers, Na-
tional Honor Society
National Honor Society, Youth of the King-
Social Chm., Student Welfare
Dept. Chm., Announcers Club, National
Forensic, National Thespians, Assemblies,
Announcers Club, National Thespians, Na-
20th Century Homemakers
Safety and Health Chm., OCCTA Rep.
Lancers, Literature Club
Student Council, Junior Delegates
Science Club, National Honor Society
Dept. Chm., Scholarships and Awards
Youth of the Kingdom
Rests With Vital, Dedicated Staff
ONLY 24 of the original 73-member faculty remain on the present staff: FRONT ROW: G. Shepard, A. Doughty, D. Harris, N. Ecton, K. Owen, M
Park. ROW 2: H. Bourke, O. Byers, H. VonTungeln, G. Buzbee, B. West, R. Miller, I. Copeland, J. Paden, C. Smelser. TOP ROW: M. Tyler, N. Moore, T
Nichols, D. Weinert, P. Crowe, R. Irwin, R. St. Dizier, J. Conger. CNot pictured are C. Hale, A. Johnson, L. Marcotte.J
INVOLVED in all Knightland proiects is Miss Kathleen Owen, activities
director, who confers with Bill Patterson, SC chairman of the Book Fair.
Demands of All Types
Keep Teachers on Toes
"JOlNERS" in the best sense of the word, NWC's faculty
boasted lOOCMw membership in OEA, 90M in NEA, and
91M in Oklahoma City Classroom Teachers Association.
Top professional posts were held by staff members.
Mr. Marcotte was elected president of the Foreign Lan-
guage Division of District OEA, Mrs. Miller was chosen
vice president of the state OEA Home Economics section.
Mrs. Allred served on the Executive Council of the state
Speech Association, while Mrs. Davidson was a director
for the state board of OEA mathematics.
State textbook committee memberships were held by
Miss Truax and Mrs. Burdette.
Because of outstanding achievements in their field, sev-
eral members of the faculty received grants and scholar-
ships for advanced study last summer. Six teachers trav-
In addition to the duties of teaching subject matter,
faculty members enioyed family responsibilities and partic-
ipated in church and community activities. They crowded
into their busy lives advanced courses to complete higher
degrees, and they took time out for travel, relaxation, and
Baseball Coach, Ass't. Football Coach,
Boys' "O" Club, Senior Sponsor
Building and Grounds Committee
Coronets, National Honor Society, Freshman
Dept. Chm., Junior Sponsor
Honor Language, National Honor Society,
Great Books Club
-Boys Physical Education
Athletic Director, Dept. Chm.
-Girls Physical Education
Court Jesters, Girls' "O" Club, Coronets
High School Red Cross
RODNEY ST. DIZIER
Dept. Chm., Amateur Radio Club, Math
National Honor Society
DORIS N. TAYLOR
Coronets, Senior Sponsor
Honor Math, Junior Sponsor
Football, Ass't. Baseball Coach, Boys' "O"
-English, Creative Writing
National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll
National Honor Society, Bldg. and Grounds
'Togetherness' Develops Strengths
Dept. Chm., National Art Honor Society,
Coronets, Senior Sponsor
Science Club, Sophomore Sponsor
DON VAN POOL
Basketball Coach, Boys' "O" Club, Senior
HENRIETTA VON TUNGELN
Dept. Chm., Honor Language, Y-Teens,
-Social Studies, Psychology
Library Club, Senior Sponsor
Honor Language, National Honor Society,
Junior Classical League, Sophomore Sponsor
Honor Math, National
Literature Club, Senior Sponsor
Cygnets, Freshman Sponsor
ON HIS WAY to the opening concert of the Okla-
homa City Symphony is band director Art Johnson,
who has served as personnel director for the sym-
phony for 25 years. He is also principal bass clar-
inetist and percussionist in the symphonyi
Teachers Have Community, Cultural lnferesfs
JUANITA BARTLETT MARGARET HACKLER
Instructional Materials Instructional Materials
ABBIE PHILLIPS JANET PHILLIPS
Registrar Sec. to Principal
Sec, to Ass't.
DORIS K. TAYLOR
by NW Service Staffs
BECAUSE NWC has been a showplace for
visitors since its opening ten years ago, special
emphasis has been placed on keeping the build-
ing and campus in tip-top shape, ready for
official inspection at all times. The Knights'
hospitality has been commended by numerous
Pride in maintaining a beautiful building
and grounds soon became a tradition as
Knights have continually enhanced the school
by adding attractive accessories. Each graduat-
ing class has contributed to this progress.
The problem of heating and maintenance has
increased with the opening of the new addi-
tion. Crews must workaround the clock to keep
Knightland clean and warm.
Increased enrollment has put added burdens
on the cafeteria staff as seven lunch periods,
in staggered order, keep the cafeteria lines
Special meetings and dinners are held at
Northwest frequently since it is the largest
school plant in this area. Although this neces-
sitates extra work hours for the custodial and
cafeteria staffs, they cooperate whole-heartedly
in providing service for guests.
TOPS on the list of students' favorite foods are hot rolls and
cinammon rolls. Mrs. Jessie Dorst and Mrs. Margie Mayfield pre-
pare for lunch lines.
HUNGRY students swarm into the cafeteria at lunchtime where they are served by 24
cafeteria workers, directed by Mrs. lva Bentley, manager.
CHECKING and maintaining equipment is iust one of the many responsibilities of the
custodial staff. Five of the I9-man crew are Wayne O'Donley, Doug Roden, floormeng
Glen Johnson, engineerp Raymond Tarter, asst. head custodian and Sam Teague, head of
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FINDING new interest in her reading assignment is junior Vivian Vahlberg, member of
Mrs. Lanier's new experimental English class. Students used machines devised to in-
crease reading rate and comprehension.
"THERE MUST be inspiration here somewhere." Having exhausted conventional subiect
matter, Jo Brown, Connie Hill, Greg Lowry, and Mike Mahan, members of Miss
Martha Truax's Creative Writing class, search for unique topics to fulfill assignments.
TEAM classes were effective because specialties of teachers
could be utilized to better advantage. Mrs. Williamson and Mr. I
Ohmart instructed a freshman English team class.
Stress National Trend
THAT NOTHING should supersede the teaching
of the language arts was the basic intent of the
faculty of this vital department. A balanced pro-
gram emphasized grammar and rhetoric on the
one hand and literary highlights on the other.
Following the prescribed freshman, sophomore
and iunior courses, seniors were permitted the
choice of reviewing technical English, surveying
the world's literature in Great Books, or explor-
ing Creative Writing.
Alert to the national trend of stressing com-
munication skills, teachers participated in work-
shops concerning remedial reading, structural
linguistics and team teaching.
After careful evaluation, students were chan-
neled into basic, average, or honors English
Leaders in professional organizations were Mr.
Don Gardner, vice president of Oklahoma City
Council of Teachers of English, Miss Martha Truax,
board of director for the third year of the State
English Council, and Miss Doris Taylor, who I
served as consultant for workshops at Central r
State College and Phillips University. Miss Taylor
and Mrs. Vivian Lanier authored articles which
appeared in professional publications. I
Portrait of School
PUSHING to beat deadlines becomes second
nature to publication staffs, enrolled in Journal-
ism II and III, forthe purpose ot publishing the
school paper and yearbook, respectively.
Two Journalism I classes received training in
the fundamentals of newswriting. In the spring,
these auxiliary classes produced one issue ot
Representatives from all journalism classes
attended Oklahoma City and Oklahoma Inter-
scholastic Press Association meetings. Twelve
scribes iourneyed to Chicago Thanksgiving tor
the National Scholastic Press Association con-
One ot the most important goals of the de-
partment is to supply press releases and strive
to achieve good public relations for the school
"I DON'T care if you do have a by-line on page one. Get busy and start folding," Co
editor Sammie Vinson reprimands her preoccupied crew, Vivian Vahlberg, Ann Taylor
and Lynn MacDonald.
COMMEMORATING National Newspaper Week, school iournalists Lynn Mc-
Donald, Diana Moses, and Gary Mahagan decorate a showcase window. Diana
served as art editor for both publications.
A BIG MOMENT for Round Table editor Della Filson was the October I6
OIPA luncheon at OU when she accepted "Highest Honors" for the
'64 Round Table. Dr. Joe Holland, head of OU's journalism department,
made the presentation.
"SOMETHING seems to be missing." Claudia Medley puzzles over pieces of a
geometric figure as Sterling Kueffer tries to help.
MATH TEACHERS Bennie Heinrich and Jane Darrough "don't mind a bit" their iob
ot stamping and numbering some 2,300 new math books. For the first time in
school history, all new books were issued to math students.
"OKAY, bud, drop it there," Math analysis instructor, Mr. St. Dizier,
points out to Andy Mason his new crying box for disgruntled students.
Andy wants to complain about his test grade.
Accented in Math
SYSTEMATIC methods of reasoning and the neces-
sity of "depth" comprehension were accented in
both the general and advanced courses from basic
math through algebra, geometry and math analysis.
Students were made aware ofthe values of the
subject in its everyday applications as well as being
stimulated to investigate other scientific fields.
Concerned with the stronger demands of colleges
for stepped-up programs on the secondary level, the
mathematics faculty completed detailed courses of
study for each level.
One hundred nineteen students were enrolled in
advanced courses in analytic geometry. Mrs. Chesher
and Mrs. Ecton were two of the seventeen teachers
in the state teaching this course under the direction
ot the Oklahoma State University Experimental Cen-
Updated Methods Clue
PULLING down the language barrier has become a
top concern in recent nationwide studies. Northwest's
nine language teachers placed special emphasis on
clear communication in the knowledge of its im-
portance in international understanding.
First year French, Spanish, German, and Latin stu-
dents accomplished a basic comprehension of structure
and vocabulary to be followed in the second and third
years by increased reading skills, intense conversa-
tional practice, and comprehensive cultural study of the
Recording booths gave students the opportunity to
hear their language spoken properly. Lessons were
recorded and speech difficulties ironed out in updated
laboratory methods. In addition, all courses of study
sought a level of conversational "ease" and a wide ac-
quaintance with the history, peoples, attitudes, prob-
lems, and literature of the French, Spanish, German,
and Latin countries.
"ALTOGETHER NOW, l, 2, 3 . . ." French classes, directed by Mr. Marcotte,
celebrated the holiday season by singing French Christmas carols in the halls.
LANGUAGE LABS greatly aid students by giving them the opportunity of
hearing the language as spoken by the natives and of speaking without being
self-conscious. David Gibbs takes advantage of the modern facilities.
STORIES about gendarmes particularly fascinate freshman French
students as they listen to their teacher, Mrs. Sandra Glornset, tell
about her summer travels. Beth Hendry, Carol Sharpley, and Don
Tidholm dream of foreign adventure.
"THlS ONE reminds me of a purple dragon." Dan Pope and Susan
Crudup examine ink blots, psychologist Rorschach's method of analyz-
ing personality. School psychology classes studied scientific theories
of human behavior.
Broader Views Sought
Through Social Studies
BY BECOMING more aware of the fundamental
principles of democracy and the steps the American
people took in choosing this form of government, stu-
dents of social studies were better able to interpret
the political and economic struggles ofthe day.
Ninth graders took Oklahoma history, sophomores
were required to take U.S. history, and iuniors, world
history. Other courses offered were world problems,
government, and psychology.
Team and television for social studies classes chal-
lenged students and teachers alike, requiring expert
listening and note taking.
Stress was also placed on preparing citizens of to-
morrow for the many problems they will encounter.
Filmstrips, slides, maps, and current publications were
utilized by teachers in their presentation of the cul-
tural and historical background of the countries studied.
Several teachers who have traveled abroad showed
their slides to classes.
l th ' eetin Sen. Cleeta John Rogers and witnessing "government in
HIGHLIGHTING Mr. Blackburn's government class's excursion to the State Capito was err rn g
action" while the legislature was in session.
MEMBERS OF KNI-SEM, Roger Thornton and Pat Campbell, compare notes "l know it belongs here somewhere." Biology student, Beverly May,
on data for their proiect. Mr. Brown's science seminar class adopted the tries vainly to reassemble the DNA molecule.
'Kni-Sem' label this year.
Science Classes Turn
to Inquiry, Research
WHAT MAKES it Tick? Where'd it come from? What's
it made of? are questions that confront mankind from
the cradle to The grave.
Northwest's forty-five classes of general science,
biology, physics, chemistry, and science seminar were
crowded with students eager to understand the present
day's emphasis on both the physical and natural
Especially on lab days, there was excitement in the
air. In a laboratory a student could discover and prove,
by himself and for his own satisfaction, that the laws
in The book actually work. And there, abstract ideas
became clear through practical graphic demonstrations.
Science students took advantage of facilities outside
of school, often taking tours of local installations hav-
ing scientific interest. The annual Science Fair stimulated
out-of-class experimentation and research.
NO PLACE for squeamish stomachs is the biology lab where Cliff Nigh, Sue
Smith, and Mike Finucane examine the circulatory system of a beef heart.
TRAMPOLINE antics are studied by mem-
bers of the Boys Gym classes as a regular
Apart of the physical education program.
Phys Ed Program Offers
DEVELOPMENT of muscles, personalities, coordination, together with
an appreciation of good sportsmanship, were the objectives clearly out-
lined in the training programs of NWC's Phys Ed department.
Personal health, nutrition, and hygiene are among classes taught. ln-
tramurals and competitive sports stress teamwork.
Depending largely on the weather, students pursued their particular
interests in team sports. Softball, volleyball, table tennis, modern dance,
swimming, and tennis were included on the girls sports class' agenda.
Physical fitness tests, under the direction of the Oklahoma City physical
education supervisor, were administered to all students in the department.
Teachers gave instruction in the fundamentals of the various popular
sports which are so much a part of the American way of life.
"BOUNCE, l, 2, 3 . . ." Girls Sports Classes learn that
supervised exercise is beneficial to muscle tone. GIRLS develop grace and poise in Modern Dance Class. The course fulfills the require-
ment for physical education.
STAGE CREW MEMBER Gwen Davis finds a cue calling for a com-
plete blackout-all switches down!
TAKING A VERBAL BEATING from his boss, Robert Holt, and the school
principal, Randy James, is part of Mike MulIen's iob as the harrassed father
in "Time Out for Ginger," first all-school play of the year.
Synonymous at NWC
WITH BRIEFCASES packed and mental notes organized,
Knight debaters and drama students were a constant asset to
the school and community in the field of good public relations
as well as specific capabilities.
As defending Oklahoma State and National Forensic League
Champions, NWC participated in nine speech tournaments this
school year. In addition to tournament work, members of the
Play Production class produced two all-school plays, "Time
Out For Ginger," and "Cheaper by the Dozen."
The stage crew, composed of stagecratt classes, contributed
to all school plays as well as to all school productions by con-
structing scenery and creating special lighting and sound ef-
"GOOD MORNING, Knights and Ladies. This
is the Northwest Classen Announcers Club
. , ." Northwest students were greeted thus-
ly every morning with the news of the day.
Jeanette Steele, Ginger Ridgeway, Monty
Lewis, and Jim Shoot represent the club.
DICTATION rates were improv-
ed by use of overhead proiec-
tors in shorthand classes. Kathy
Neal utilizes lab equipment.
Offers Wide Coverage
WIDE COVERAGE and adequate preparation were pro-
vided l,559 business students enrolled in business educa-
tion. Training was intended to improve their clerical skills
and prepare them for the conditions, needs, and possibili-
ties of openings in their chosen career fields.
Typing, shorthand, transcription, and business machines
courses emphasized basic methods and perfected speed
and accuracy. General clerical procedures covered as broad
a field as its name implied, while such specific courses as
bookkeeping, business law, English, and mathematics com-
bined theory with practice.
DON'T LOOK at the keys, SfUdenlSi keep your eyes on the copy." This phrase "I KNOW it's late, but I must finish this assignment' Business
becomes familiar to all typing students as it is repeated daily. machines student Judi Dugan's calculations are time consuming
INFINITE PATIENCE is required by Drivers Education teacher Mr. Ogle as Dal
McKinney contemplates his predicament.
Develop New Skills
WHAT MAKES a house a home? Girls in Home Economic
classes found the answer by learning the fundamentals
of nutrition, clothing, textiles, home management, interior
decoration, child care, and social living.
That being a good homemaker is a rewarding and highly
skilled achievement is an accepted fact today. No longer
do the duties of a mother and housewife seem unimpor-
tant and monotonous.
Northwest's homemaking classes are designed to pre-
pare girls to safeguard the health and happiness of the
family. Problems of adequate food, clothing, housing,
safety, recreation, rest, and social adiustment are consider-
ed. The all-important family budget, household economics,
and professional careers are studied.
Each year NWC homemakers participate in national and
local contests. Glenda Bray served as special correspondent
to Co-ed magazine, she reported proiects, such as holiday
decorations, which concerned homemaking classes.
DRIVERS EDUCATION students drove three hours be-
hind the wheel, took thirty hours of class work, and twelve
hours in the Drivo-trainers.
The popular one-semester course covered driving laws,
cause and prevention of accidents, and proper attitude
towards other drivers.
Since last year NWC has had two full time instructors
and driver training cars.
Police records show that teenage drivers who have
taken this course have fewer accidents and pay fewer
fines for traffic infractions than the youthful driver without
AT CHRISTMAS TIME imaginative homemaking students create
colorful holiday decorations for the school and their homes
Pam Smock and Donna Nix add touches to a centerpiece.
WHAT GIRL doesn't long for new clothes? Practical use of
clothing class time is made by Janice McDonald, Connie
Tolle, and Lenora Austin.
A QUIET ROOM away from the rest of the band
serves Diana Wilson as a practice retreat.
HAUNTED HOUSES and Halloween centerpieces are "fun proiects" for artists Bill
Murphy, Gary Adair, and Jeanne Mason.
RECORDED MUSIC gives Mr. Platt's music theory class a chance to direct a symphony.
ORIGINALITY, imagination, and interpretation
were the keystones of NWC's music and art depart-
Art students developed techniques along with
'pleasing results in the fields of painting, design, il-
lustrating, lettering, layout work, weaving, leather
tooling, wood carving, ceramics, mosaics, costume
designing, and metal smithing.
Increased enrollment in commercial art required
the formation of an additional class this year.
NWC's art department was involved in prac-
tically all school proiects. In addition to pro-
viding decorations for activities, and special
occasions, artists were responsible for approv-
ing all posters displayed in the building.
The music department also was involved in school
activities throughout the year. Musicians performed
at football and basketball games. They entertained
for civic functions and gave concerts at various
School musicians made a concerted effort to ele-
vate the music appreciation level of NWC students,
aided by the Hi-Notes club.
FINDING PLEASURE in creating a perfect finished product are Larry Keys and Darrell Lawson
members of one of the Industrial Arts classes. Boys learn skills and use them on a protect
SANDING the stereo which he designed and built
himself is Grant Lord. The stereo was displayed in
DESIGNING attractive showcases is one of the skills taught by retail
merchandising classes. Ben Nance, Donna Kasparek, and Chuck Pierson
experiment in creating an eye-catching display.
of their choice.
STUDENTS ENROLLED in Distributive Education, Vo-
cational Education, and Industrial Arts have many op-
portunities to get "on-the-iob-training" and experiment
with "tools of the trade."
Courses in these departments demand imagination,
whether it be creating, building, or repairing.
Classes in woodwork, printing, photography, auto
mechanics, mechanical drawing, and architectural
drawing involve learning mechanical skills in addition
to carefully planned lessons in theory.
Distributive Education students spend half of each
day on a iob in an apprenticeship capacity, the other
half is spent in the classroom.
Besides the required courses, enrollees, in concen-
trated courses taught by trained technical personnel,
study economics, health, and safety. Units of study
are included in the principles of income tax problems
and public relations.
Vocational Education classes receive a comprehen-
sive course selection as well as special vocational train-
ing. Proper employee attitudes, techniques of selling,
and store organization are given through classroom
study and supervised work experience.
Believing That knowledge comes from experience
as well as Texfbooks,
and Thar all acfivifies are pofenfial
adventures in learning,
we pursued our common inferesrs.
The skills we developed and services we confribufed
helped make us beffer-rounded individuals.
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TRYING to reach a decision during a closed meeting are Judicial Board mem-
bers Paul Field, John Anderson, Earle Haggard, Olivia Maupin, and Bryan
Maurer. Not pictured are alternates Stan Davis and Kenny. Phelps, and record-
ing secretary, Mary DeWolfe.
Council Mirrors Will
of School Advisories
A STUDENT COUNCIL representative soon learns
that his duties include more than reading announce-
ments to his advisory twice a week. He is assigned to
one of fourteen committees which are responsible for
all phases tot the school's activities. After a few weeks
he realizes who plans mixers, assemblies and intra-
mural contests, conducts elections, makes all the post-
ers, and works on Cupid Express and Echoes of the
Despite its tremendous size the council was able to
legislate smoothly and effectively. Among the many
strides made was the much needed revision of the
point system approved by the student body in an all-
school election. Legislation was also passed to insure
all students an equal vote in school elections. An inter-
club council was organized the first semester.
As the president school of the Oklahoma Associa-
tion of Student Councils, Northwest Classen was
represented by thirteen delegates at its annual con-
vention held in Lawton. NWC designed a new seal
for the association and amended the OASC constitu-
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ADMIRING the new OASC seal proposed by Northwest Classen at the Lawton convention are Student Council officers: Kathy McCandless, treasurer,
Dave Elder, president, Susie Meister, secretary, and Johnny Foster, vice president.
HISTORIAN Linda Herold receives advice from parliamentarian Jack Scudder, sgt.-at-arms Kathy Strain, correspondence sec-
retary Linda Mines, and sgt.-at-arms Dave Dougall on the upkeep of the school bulletin board, "Knights in the News."
Elder Serves as State President
"l HAVE MY room covered with them," explains Activities Director Kathleen Owen to student store managers Bill Paddock and
Janice Cherry. The purple pennants were one of the new items available in the student store.
"THIS purple and gold rocket ship," proclaims Mrs. Frederick J. Hoyt, member-
ship chairman, "will break all membership barriers." Helen Reinheimer and
Kaethe Reiff report their advisory's I6I'Zy memberships the first day of the drive.
PTSA EXECUTIVE BOA
lSeatedJ Mrs. W. M. Ridd
hist.p Mrs. Jack L. Patterl
pres., Mrs. Bill Phipps, Ist.
pres., Mrs. L. L. Gary, deled
Mrs. Boyd D. Lyles, 2nd,
pres. KStandingD Mrs. Ro
Howard, trees., Mrs. Raym
NWC's PTSA Ranks
First in State, Natioi
FOR the third consecutive year, NWC's PTSA I
boasted the state's largest membership, 4,267.
state PTA magazine editor asserted that most likel
was the largest membership in the nation.
"Inspire Individual lnitiative" was the theme of
The year's activities were launched with the anti
"teacher appreciation" luncheon at O'Mealey's cafet
August 27. Next, parents assisted with the freshr
Climaxing the membership drive was a mixer'
students in the school patio. Other highlights of
year's activities included Career Day, College Ni
and the formation of special study groups.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY membership is onl-
the highest honors one can obtain at NWC. In add'
to scholarship, a member must rate high in leadersl'
service, and loyalty.
First of the year's two initiation ceremonies X
held October I5, when 41 seniors were initiate
traditional ceremonies. The second semester initi
took place March I6. It included the induction of
third five per cent of the senior class and the firstl
per cent of the junior class. The spring initiation gre-
along with those who were initiated last spring
fall, comprise the top fifteen per cent of the sa
NATIONAL HONORVSOCIETY-FRONT ROW: K. Reiff,1reas., B. Greer, v. pres., C. Busey, pres., M. McPheefers, sec., L. Cordell, chap. ROW 2: N.
Nedbalek, P. Powell, C. Pickens, B. Richards, J..Riley, L. Wade, V. Louf, D. Herrmann, Mrs. Miller. ROW 3: Mrs. Tyler, C. Sanders, B. Cam-
mack, O. Maupin, J. Forehand, L. Adudell, J. Buchner, C. Hawkins, M. Cole. ROW 4: D. Moore, B. Shoot, T. Hanna, M. Chronister, M. Milburn,
S. Davis, S. Abney, J. Cheatham, J. Fosfer, K. Phelps. TOP ROW: D. Padberg, Z. Parker, P. Field, M. McCormick, K. Harper, J. Scudder, D. Kahn,
J. Shoot, L. Fitz.
Honor Society Taps Leaders
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-FRONT ROW: J. Bush, P. Musgrave, S. Smith, A. Northup, K. Beck, K. Snell,, S. Holbrook. ROW 2: G. Scheer, B,
Hoffer, S. Corter, L. Thompson, J. Srangeland, R. Arens, J. Brown. ROW 3: C. Jackson, K. Thomason, G. Jones, P. Hallman, N. Hanchefte, G. Mont-
gomery, C. Rutledge, S. Webber. ROW 4: P. Cardin, R. Dickinson, B. Kimerer, G. Fine, J. Stacy, A. Loeffler, S. Van Dyke, S. Swick. TOP ROW:
B. Kessler, R. Oakes, J. Suggs, J. Carreker, G. Lowry, B. Babcock, B. Craig, B. Maurer.
HONOR MATH-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Chesher, KfReiff, sec., B. Greer, v. pres., K. Phelps, pres., K. Harper, treas., Mr. St. Dizier, sponsor,
5. Holbrook. ROW 2: S. Crudup, L. Adudclell, J. Riley, J. Stangeland, B. Williams, M. Pedigo, K. Beck. ROW 3: M. Geller, G. Scheer, S.
Swick, O. Maupin, B. Cammack, M. Milburn, S. Webber. ROW 4: R. Dickenson, D. Whytlaw, T. Ragsdale, B. Kimerer, T. Watters, P. Field,
S. Davis. TOP ROW: G. Varner, J. Carreker, J. Scudder, C. Busey, S. Abney, T. Hanna, H. Sears.
Honor Groups Set High Standards
ALL A's in Three semesters of math, allowing only
one semester of B, was required for Honor Math
membership. Members had to be currently enrolled in
a math course, as well.
initiates pledged to continue their study of math-
ematics for a fourth year before they could be initiated.
Thirty-five members were inducted into the club
October 26 in the first semester initiation. Second
semester initiation was held February 22, forty-two
initiates were accepted. .
initiates wore pledge ribbons of two shades of blue,
light and dark, which are the club's colors.
A PERFECT MODEL is Linda Herold as she and Jeanne Cox
demonstrate -the talents that earned them membership in the
HONOR MATH-FRONT ROW: R. Cloud, C. Teets, K. Frantz, C. Hansen, M. Rahill, J. Thomas,
ROW 2: S. Collier, D. Kurk, T. Kohler, L. Turo, G. Ridgeway, C. Richert. ROW 3: J. Ivins,
S. Easley, J. Dees, J. Myracle, L. Voltz, D. Phillips, B. Smith. TOP ROW: G. Lynn, C. Hoyt, D.
Gibbs, B. Cooter, J. Anderson, B. Brown, M. Lyon.
NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY-FRONT ROW: R. James, pres., J. Kahler, v. pres., D. Moses, sec., J. Cox, treas., G. Lowry, parl., D. Finefrock, chap. ROW 2
S. Black, T. Cornish, K. Brown, J. Nowlin, M. Stone, L. Snyder, J. Prince, D. Shaw, A. Norrhup, J. Land, J. Brown. ROW 3: K. Kinsey, P. Lawson, K. Mur
phy, G. Brockhaus, D. Spence, S. Pufroff, L. Rosenberg, P. O'Dell, L. Herold, B. Schon, J. Barr. TOP ROW: C. Williams, N. Hanchette, J. Thrash, C. Woodward
B, Colley, J. Prince, S. Swick, J, Kosted, R. Burton, R. Stoops.
Talents, Achievements Recognized
SUBMITTING art work for professional iudging was TO BE ELIGIBLE for membership in Honor Language,
a requirement for new members of National Art Honor initiates must be enrolled in their fifth semester of
SOCIETY- language and have maintained a B-plus grade average.
One ofthe year's highlights was the presentation of Initiation for 68 new membgrg Wes held Merch 18
membership cards to the group by the Oklahoma Art in the Lime Theafe,-,
HONOR LANGUAGE-FRONT ROW: N. Nedbalek, sec.-treas., P. Field, pres., T. Hanna, v. pres., J. Thomas, reporter. ROW 2: Miss Von Tungeln, G. Scheer,
J. Riley, B. Richards, K. Beck, B. Beebe, C. Hawkins, S. Crudup, L. Abramson, B. Harkins, K. McCandless, sponsor. ROW 3: D. Hermann, C. Pickens, E.
Cline, D. Moore, N. Wade, M. Chronister, J. Sherman, S, Vinson, M. McPheeters, K. Snell, R. Arens. ROW 4: P. Cardin, L. Fitz, B. Shoot, D. Padberg, S.
Davis, D. Work, K. Phelps, J. Foster, B. Greer, J. Cheatham, O. Maupin, TOP ROW: B. Kessler, J. Ukena, T. Green, C. Busey, J. Scudder, K. Harper, M. McCor-
mick, R. Oakes, J. Shoot, G. Fine, B. Kimerer.
TOP ROW: B. Abrams, S. Abrams, L.
B. Bond, L. Boswell, S. Bowerman, V.
DAWN HULETT HELEN REINHEIMER SUSAN MORGAN
Pres. V. Pres. Sec.
SARAH EMENHISER KAETHE REIFF SALLY SWIGERT
Treas. Asst. Sec. Asst. Treas.
FULFILLING their purpose of service to the school,
Courtesy Club members served as hostesses for Fresh-
man Orientation, PTSA Open Houses, and OEA meet-
ings. Girls also provided and served refreshments at,
all faculty meetings.
Once again, Courtesy Club worked closely with the
Key Club in community projects and combined for
social events. The two groups ioined efforts on the
United Appeal Drive and the March of Dimes. October
17 the two clubs entertained guests at a picnic at
Lincoln Park. The annual Courtesy Club dance was
held in January.
At Christmas time, club members made scrapbooksi
for the Crippled Children's Hospital ancl addressedl
5,000 envelopes for the March of Dimes. In January, f
representatives from the club presented a variety show,
at the Lahoma Rest Home. School life was portrayed in l
a humorous skit.
The new Emerson proiect, designed to enlist the
help of high school students in promotingactivities for
underprivileged children, was enthusiastically sup-'
ported by Courtesy Club members.
Supervising club activities were sponsors Mrs. Mol-
lie Mae Davidson, head sponsor, Mrs. Janie Calhoun,'
Mrs. Gwendolyn Hanger, and Mrs. Lois Clark.
Courtesy Club Serves as Hostess
Abramson, C. Aken, J. Allen, K. Alt, G. Anderson, N. Arens, B. Arentz, P. Armstead, S. Bacon, B. Baker. ROW 2:
N. Baker, K. Ball, J. Ballew, S. Barker, G. Barnes, C. Barnett, L. Basore, K. Beck, P. Beck, S. Belt, B. Benson, L. Bishop. ROW 3: N. Block, M., Boggs,
Bowers, B. Bramble, E. Brehm, J. Broadman, S. Bronson, J. Brown, J. E. Brown. ROW 4: S. Brown, E. Bryant,
L. Burnett, S. Burghart, D. Burrows, S. Carter, S. R. Carter, J. Chaftin, D. Chaloupek, A. Chaney, S. Chaney, J. Cheatham.
TOP ROW: G. Childers, P. Christopher, D. Clancy, P. Clark, G. Claunch, S. Coggins, C. Colburn, M. Collier, S. Collier, K. Combs, J. Conley,
B. Cooley. ROW 2: D. Cooley, S. Copley, K. Corbin, C. Cornelison, L. Cornett, T. Cornish, K. Cosgrove, B. Cox, K. Craig, C. Crutchfield, T. Curtis,
M. Daniels. ROW 3: B. Danzinger, C. Davis, D. J. Davis, D. L. Davis, G. Davis, P. Davis, S. Davis, D. Day, S. Day, C. Defiel, J. Derrick, P. Dewey. ROW 4: B.
Dishman, D. Dockrey, D. Donceel, A. Doughty, P. Dudley, S. Eagin, J. Edmondson, T. Ellis, B. Ellison, R. Ellison, E. Elliot, S. Ellsworth. ROW 5: C. Ember-
ton, S. Eubanks, S. Fern, A. Ferry, D. Filson, K. Finch, D. Finefrock, J. Fishel, S. Fitz, C. Flournoy, J. Forehand, K. Frantz.
TAKING ADVANTAGE of a lull in their ushering duties for the PTSA
Open House, Barbara Danzinger and Janet Riley find a quiet'corner
in which to rest.
for All School Functions t
TOP ROW: K. Frazier, T. Frogge, M. Gardner, J. Gettings, S. Gober, H.
Graham. ROW 2: N. Green, C. Grubbs, T. Hagemann, M. Haggard, H.
Hammond, N. Hanchett. ROW 3: J. Hanraty, C. Hansen, J. Hardwick, B.
Harkins, A. Hawkins, C. Hawkihs. ROW 4: S. Harkins, S. Hazelton, J. Hen-
drickson, L. Henninger, J. Hester, J. Hildebrand.
'TOP ROW: N. Hildebrand, J. Hill, S. Hill, M. Himelstein, L. Hodge, K. Hodkinson, D. Hollingsworth, S. Holt, L. Hope, M. Hopping, A. Houston,
L. Howard. ROW 2: S. Huckabay, C. Hunt, D. Hunt, B. Husband, V. Husband, J. E. Jacobson, J. K. Jacobson, K. Jarchow, M. Jeffery, C. Jennings, S. Jennings,
B. Johnson. ROW 3: G. Jones, K. Julian, J. Kahler, J. Kahn, S. Kent, S. King, K. Kincaid, M. Knesek, T. Kohler, J. Kosted, M. Kutz, M. Lane. ROW 4:
J. LaPlace, J. Lappin, L. Leaf, D. Lee, D. Legate, N. Lensgraf, J. Levin, S. Lievsay, M. Linn, L. Loftis, M. London, C. Looney. ROW 5: J. Looney, M.
Lowe, C. Lowry, G. Lundien, M. Maddox, L. Mannas, P. Mastagni, B. May, K. McCandless, J. McClure, S. McGee, H. McKeller.
Courtesy Club Emphasizes
TOP ROW: M. McPheeters, S. Meister, J. Milburn, S. Milligan, N. Mills, S. Mitchell, C. Montgomery, L. Montgomery, L. Moore, J. Morelock, L. Morin,
J. Morris. ROW 2: S. Mullens, D. Mulligan, C. Murphy, K. Murphy, B. Murar, S. Newton, J. Noble, J. Norfleet, D. Novak, K. Offutt, J. Oldham,
S. Pallesen. ROW 3: P. Palo, P. Pansze, C. Patterson, J. Patton, M. Pedigo, A. Phinney, J. Phillips, P. Phipps, C. Pickens, K. Pierce, K. Pinix,
J. Points. ROW -4: L. Porter, S. Poulsen, C. Prevett, M. Prevetr, S. Proctor, J. Purdy, M. Rahill, B. Rathien, M. Ray, K. Reding, C. Reed, P:'Reiff.
TOP ROW: S. Rendel, C. Reynolds, D. Reynolds, B. Richards, C. Richert, G. Ridgeway, J. Riley, S. Robertson, F. Russell, M. Salathiel, P. Schier,
' N. Schroeder. ROW 2: J. Seikel, R. Sewell, S. Sheehan, J, Sherman, B. Sigmon, L. Simms, D. Smith, M. Smith, R. Solter, A. Spaeth, K. Sparks, D.
Spence. ROW 3: S. Stammer, C. Starke, J. Steele, D. Steer, A. Steph, C. Stephenson, J. St. John, M. Street, L. Strong, G. Stroud, L. Swanson, S.
Swick. ROW 4: S. Tate, L. Terry, J. Thomas, J. S. Thomas, D. Thompson, J. Thompson, M. J. Thompson, K. Thornton, L. Tubb, L. Tucker, C.
Turner, L. Turo. ROW 5: J. Vandennieuwenhof, L. Vandennieuwenhof, C. Vanderford, J. Varner, L. Wade, M. Waldrop, S. Walker, L. Wallin, S.
T Walling, C. Ward, M. Washburn, L. Welch.
lService and Responsibility
l TOP ROW: P. Westbrook,
S. Wheeler. ROW 2: J.
White, K. White. ROW 3: f-W
L. White, B. Williams.
ROW 4: C. Williams, D. MAKING PUPPETS for use in the Emerson proiect was one of the service activities of Courtesy Club members.
Williams. Twice a week girls reported to elementary schools to direct programs for underprivileged children.
Key Club Sweetheart
LINDA MINES NANCY GREEN
Key Club Princess Key Club Princess
Key Club Provides
KEY CLUB, an international organization composed of boys who
have distinguished themselves as leaders as well as in academic
excellence, consisted of outstanding sophomore, iunior, and senior
This year the number of service proiects was doubled from that
of previous years. Members collected almost 35700 in the United
Appeal campaign, participated in four Christmas proiects, raised
money for the Y.M.C.A. by selling theater tickets, and ushered for
PTSA Open House.
The boys combined with Courtesy Club girls for a fall picnic.
Cooperating with Key Club chapters from Northeast and Classen,
members sponsored an inter-city club mixer.
Mr. Gaylen Wallace, school counselor, served as head sponsor.
J STACY B- MAURER W- GARY M. HOLDRIDGE G. CRUM J. BURRUS
Pres. lst Vice Pres. 2nd Vice Pres. Sec, Treas. Sgt. at Arms
D GIBBS D. U55 B- PADDOCK D. CAPRON S. ARNN B. CHEATHAM
59? at Arms Hisf. Chap- Sr. Board Member Jr. Board Member Soph. Board Member
KEY CLUB-TOP ROW: R. Allen, J. Anderson, J. Bado, B. Babcock, J. Bishop, E. Blalock, J. Bond, G. Booher, D. Boyd, C. Busey. ROW 2: R. Broad-
foot, J. Carreker, S. Carter, 5. Charleston, J. Cheatham, D. Chew, N. Chitty, D. Collins, D. Daniel, D. Daniel. ROW 3: M. Davis, J. Demopolcs,
J. Dewey, P. Donnelly, D. Dougall, B. Duskin, B. Eckhardt, D. Elder, G. Empie, J. Fagala. ROW 4: B. Fairchild, J. Fallin, M. Fauks, P. Field, R. Forbes,
T. Former, J. Foster, K. Frantz, M. Geller, J. Geurin.
lTOP ROW: B. Greer, B. Hagenberg, E. Haggard, M. Hall, R. Hall, T. Hanna, K. Harper, J. Hayes, J. Hays, T. Holden. lj Holmanf R. Holtj
T. Houston, M. Howard, C. Hughes, R. Hulett, A. Husky, J. lkard, J. Ivins, R. Jackson. 'OW 3: R. James, G. Johnson, K. Johnson, M. Johnson,
T. Jones, F. Kellert, S. King, T. Knott, H. Kraft, S. Kuykendall. OW 4: J. Lankford, J. Larimore, G. Leascher, R. Loeffler, B. Lyles, M. Lyon, G.
Mahagan, J. Marsh, A. Mason, J. Maxwell.
Key Club Serves With Distinction
TOP ROW: J. Ulrich, D. Vann, G. Varner, L. Vincent. ROW,2
S. Wadley, D. Walker, C. Warren, E. Watson. ROW 3: T.
Watters, R. White, G. Williams, B. Wilson. ROW 4: K. Womack,
D. Woodard, W. Woods, P. Woodward.
TOP ROW: D. Mayfield, A. McCarty, M. McCormick, L. McDonald, M. McGuire,
W. McPherson, O. Menz, S. Metheny, D. Michaelson, E. Miller. ROW 2: M. Mitchell,
R. Morris, J. Musgrave, J. Myracle, D. Nelson, A. Noble, C. Ogden, D. Padberg,
D. Page, D. Pate. ROW 3: T. Payne, D. Pope, A. Porter, B. Pruitt, J. Scott, T. Scott,
R. Ramee, J. Ray, J. Reeves, F. Ringwald. ROW 4: J. Shoot, W. Shoot, B. Shrode,
B. Silk, T. Simonson, B. Smith, H. Smith, D. Sommerfrucht, G. Thompson, J. Ukena.
"HOT MUMS, Hot Mums, get 'em from your Key Club man," sing Mummers Dick
Padberg, Dave Elder, and Jim Stacy over Central Sound.
VICKI LOUT PHYLLIS WEBER
D. E. Princess D E Princess
BECKY BUTLER ANITA LAW .
D. E. Princess D. E. Princess KAYE SCOTT
Disfributive Education Club Fetesldeueen
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION affords students the op- cember 17. The Employer-Employee dinner dance was
portunity to learn marketing, sales, and services. Be- held January 22 at Lakeview Country Club.
tween classroom work and on-the-job training, students Members attended the state conference in Okla-
are able to prepare for the responsibilities of employ- homa City in March. Northwest's chapter received an
mem- award for outstanding achievement.
The DE club presented its annual talent show De-
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-FRONT ROW: R. Myers, D. Rodgers, v. pres., P. Robison, v. pres., D. Loveland, treas. ROW 2: J. A. Colclasure, sec., P. Weber,
reporter, V. Lout, C. Pearson, pres., L. Hilley, hist., M. Muse, parl., L. Bateman, chap., Miss K. Baumann, sponsor. ROW 3: K. Scott, R. Butler, P. Gallop,
E. Terry, C. Goodrich, J. Wheelus, P. Burris, C. McMahon Thompson, J. Jackson, C. Howard. ROW 4: S. Strickland, K. Pemberton, P. Ramsey, G. Bryner,
M. Billingsley, J, Rowton, N. Law, J. Howard, S. McFerren. ROW 5: T. Dryden, T. Reyes, F. Farha, K. Birdsell, reporter, M. Cllliam, J. Eischen, S. Johnson,
D. Ferguson, TOP ROW: L. Ward, M. Warner, L. Hunt, photographer, M. Murphy, N. Cordell, M. Turk, M. Hughes, S. Steele, L. Jones,
by School Red Cross
EACH of NWC's 96 advisories is represented in
the two monthly meetings of the High School Red
Cross. With proceeds from the two doughnut sales
held during the school year, enrollment cards for all
students are secured and a contribution is made to the
International Red Cross Children's Fund.
This year 250 pairs of socks were obtained from
the Christmas sock tree tor distribution to needy chil-
dren. Located in the library, this sock tree has become
a traditional Red Cross proiect at Northwest.
Red Cross members furnished and decorated Christ-
mas trees at the Veterans Administration and Children's
Memorial Hospitals. A group of carolers visited shut-
ins and hospitals. Red Cross volunteers visited home-
bound students, helping them keep in touch with
Paintings by school artists, as well as the customary
gift chest, were sent overseas at Christmas time. Judy
Vandennieuwenhof served as this year's gift chest
Several representatives from NWC's Red Cross chap-
ter donated time to the Motor Service Corps, where
they drove Red Cross vehicles.
TOP' BOOSTERS of the annual Red Cross doughnut sale were members
of Mrs. Peale's advisory who ordered fifty dozen doughnuts. Connie
Meacham and Bobby Samara help with sales.
RED CROSS-FRONT ROW: A. Loefiler, pres.: J. Riley, v. pres., J.' Thomas, trees., N. Farmer, parl. ROW 2: 'SQ' Robinson, J. Russell, B. Hoffer, M.
Daiker, J. Brown, P. Chilton, L. Boaz, J. Wright, J. Wilkerson. ROW 3: L. Austin, R. A. Travis, K. Brown, J. Horn, D. Gray, P. Baker, P. Chaney,
A. Spaeth. ROW 4: P. Holt, R. Herendeen, J. Seikel, L. Adudclell, J. Points, S. Wall, T. Harry, C. Graham. TOP ROW: J. Frantz, D. Mackey, R.
Sowdal, A. Spooner, D. Nelson, M. Taylor, C. Morin, K. Frantz, B. Winston.
'PAINTINGS by NWC artists were shipped abroad through the International Red Cross by officers Janet Riley and Jence Thomas.
RED CROSS-FRONT ROW: C. Teets, N. Schroeder, K. Neal, S. Newton, C. Hawkins, J. Thomas, K. Rhodes. ROW 2: Miss Bourke, sponsor, L. Porter, T.
Payne, M. Wilson, K. Slack, P. Beck, K. Bays, S. Jennings. ROW 3: N. Hodkinson, C. Meacham, D. Joy, M. Walker, D. Wycoff, P. O'DelI, J. Bridge-
ford, C. Cornelison, D. Gray. TOP ROW: H. Graham, F. Daniel, C. Flournoy, B. Hawk, J. Simmons, C. Facloy, J. Maxwell, J. Baumhaft, E. Edwards.
TRI-HI-Y-FRONT ROW: S. Morgan, pres.: Micky Jeffery, v. pres., S. Hodges, sec., B. Arentz, asst. sec.: S. Swigert, treas.: H. Reinheimer, parl.:
Pat Dewey. ROW 2: B. Sigmon, L. Voegelein, K. Alt, K. Frazier, D. Steer, N. Green, C. Reynolds, Mrs. Glomset, sponsor. ROW 3: B. Williams,
L. Aduddell, S. Perry, P. Powell, T. Smith, L. Abramson, J. Morelock, G. Baber, J. Levin, K. Combs, asst. treas. ROW 4: B. Beebe, P. Chilton, V.
Creasey, C. Junk, B. Ellison, S. Sheehan, K. Goldman, T. Hageman, M. Forrest, J. Rogers. ROW 5: C. Chatham, B. May, L. Lindsay, J. Yaeger, B. Dishman,
A. Keen, C. Jennings, J. Kosted, M. Daniels, J. Jacobson, K. Kirkwood. TOP ROW: C. Williams, J. Kahler, K. McCandless, P. Weber, N. Farmer, S. Bow-
erman, S. Jennnigs, D. Bay, K. Slack, S. Huckabay.
TRI-Hl-Y-FRONT ROW: M. Rahill, L. Morin, L, Swanson, H. Hammond, L. Bishop, L. Hope, sgt. at arms, M. Linn. ROW 2: P. Lawson, M. London
M. Himmelstein, T. Curtis, J. Thomas, L. Thompson, J. Steele, D. Lewis, M. Wilson. ROW 3: S. Ray, J. Jerlow, P. Phipps, C. Montgomery, S.
Kent, J. Stangeland, K. Murphy, S. Davis, L. Leaf, Mrs. Branson, sponsor. ROW 4: S. Abrams, M. Ray, F. Russell, L. Wallin, S. Bronson, K. Sparks,
A. Steph, D. Thompson, M. Boggs, L. Hafner. ROW 5: S. Foster, S. Burghart, D. Hollingsworth, K. Reding, C. Coburn, K. Kincaid, J. Cole,
S. Corder, V. Austin, V. Johnson, L. Leach. TOP ROW: N. Mills, D. Grissom, J. Thompson, L. Montgomery, D. Mitchell, S. Irwin, C. Turner, S.
Homsey, L. Moy, C. Couch, C. Starke.
LAW JOURNALS serve as reference for drafting
bills for the pre-legislative session at OSU in prep-
aration for March's state meeting. Helen Reinheimer,
Dick Padberg, and Susan Morgan confer in the library.
Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y Join Forces for Projects
UNDER THE DIRECTION of the YMCA, Hi-Y and
Tri-Hi-Y cooperated in promoting local and state
proiects. Weekly meetings were sometimes held ioint-
Five bills were submitted by NWC's delegates to
the State Youth in Government legislature held in
Oklahoma City in March.
November 7-8, eighteen boys and fifteen girls at-
tended the state conference at Western Hills Lodge.
Tri-Hi-Y pledged S100 to World Service and raised
the money through a candy sale in January.
In February, NWC's Hi-Y chapter, along with other
city school groups, sponsored a mixer under the
direction of the City Hi-Y Council. For the third straight
year, club members formed a basketball team and
competed in the city Hi-Y basketball tournament.
HI-Y-FRONT ROW: G. Smith, S. King, J. Mallonee, J. White, R. Turner, J. Foster, D. Padberg, C. Warren, H. Burba. ROW 2: S. Lawson, S. Wadley, J. Shaw,
R. Waterman, R. Morris, T. Watters, V. Bumpas, R. White, G. Power, T. Gaston. ROW 3: N. Chitty, B. Wilson, D. Dougall, D. Capron, J. Dewey, T. Simon-
son, S. Pallesen, J. Ulrich, D. Vann, J. Demopolos, B. Welch. ROW 4: G. Clinton, J. Fallin, B. Duskin, D. Boyd, T. Stacy, S. Kuykendall, M. Booth, cj Bender,
J. Ashbaugh, J. Bergman, L. Volz, M. Law, R. Reynolds. ROW 5: R. Heuser, L. Vincent, T. Knott, D. Woodward, R. Hall, J. Carreker, N. Stanfield, J. Ray,
P. Cotter, J. Kidd, J. Lutz, G. Hughes, A. McCarty, T. Payne. TOP ROW: A. Mitchell, J. Fleming, J. Walcher, G. Moore, R. Day, J. Ikard, N. Cordell, B.
Northcutt, M. Howard, H. Coit, J. Spitler, J. Hayes, B. Dempsey.
NATIONAL THESPIANS-FRONT ROW: K. Jenks, sgt. at arms: C. Busey, treas.: C. Grubbs, pres.: B. Babcock, v. pres.: S. Lambert, sec.: B. Patterson, l
clerk. ROW 2: C. Burnet, J. Morey, P. Lair, G. Ridgeway, hist.: N. Overman, S. Walling, C. Reed, M. Taylor, parl. TOP ROW: B. Mayer, J. Garrett, l
Mr. Nichols, sponsor: D. Chew, J. Scudder, M. Mullin, R. James, Mrs. Allred, sponsor. X
Honor Groups Tap Top Actors, Speakers
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE-FRONT ROW: A. Mason, pres.: L. Cordell, v. pres.: E'. Herring, sec.: M. Chronister, treas. ROW 2:
Mrs. Allred, sponsor: J. Yeager, V. Vahlberg, C. Burnet, G. Ridgeway, S. Walling, S. Robinson, Mrs. Norman, sponsor. ROW 3:
C. Grubbs, M. McPheeters, M. Taylor, J. Riley, C. Reed, S. Fish. ROW 4: P. Cardin, J. Pryor, S. Charleston, P. Rahe, T.
Farmer, H. Guysi, R. Holloway. TOP ROW: J. Knott, J. Smelser, K. Johnson, R. Holt, J. Scudder, C. Busey, J. Langford,
ANNOUNCERS CLUB-FRONT ROW: L. Herring, pres.: M. Chronister, v. pres.: K. Johnson, sec.: C. Burnett, treas. ROW 2: C. Reed, P. Reiff J
Riley, M. McPheeters, T. Harry. ROW 3: A. Steph, J. Steele, K. Jenks, S. Walling, L. Cordell, J. Morelock, K. Williams. ROW 4: P. Cardin, M. Lewis
S. Charleston, A. Mason, B. Patterson, R. Holloway, Mr. Nichols, sponsor. TOP ROW: J. Pryor, R. James, J: Garrett, D. Chew, J. Scudder, R. Holt
,B. Babcock, S. Kalman.
Speech Club Members
EXCELLENCE in speech and drama was recognized
by acceptance in the National Forensic League and
National Thespians, honorary organizations. The An-
nouncers Club was composed of students who pro-
vided announcements over the Central Sound Sys-
National Thespians, honorary dramatics organiza-
ltion, was created to promote a better understanding of
lthe theatrical World. To qualify for membership, one
,must participate in some capacity in the theater, re-
ceiving ten points for working with the stage crew,
serving as ticket seller, or performing an acting role.
The National Forensic League was an honorary or-
ganization which required members to earn at least
rtvventy-tive points by speaking at competitive speech
ltournaments and for local groups. Candidates must
also be in the upper two-thirds of their speech class
land accepted by a maiority of the Forensic members.
' Before being accepted into the Announcers Club,
prospective members must audition before a club com-
mittee at the beginning of each semester. Finalists are
selected and additional screening is necessary. Appli-
cants are iudged on the basis of personality, diction,
emphasis, and voice control.
"WHO put the alum in the grease paint?" queries puckering Monty
Lewis as Cathy Grubbs and Karen Jenks apply his stage make-up
GERMAN CLUB--FRONT ROW: E. Kendall, sponsor, T. Black, pres., D. Moore, v. pres., B. Schon, sec., M. Knox, parl.p S. Kalmon, pub. chm. ROW 2.
S. Eubanks, J. Howard, G. D'Hoostelaire, J. Carlton, J. Cosgrove, M. Daiker, J. Clark, P. Dulany, Y. Collins, L. Gaines. ROW 3: l. Bennett, R. Carter,
C. Ball, D. Eischen, K. Cottrell, M. Gimple, L. Foutz, D. Hall, R. Brown, D. Durrett, D. Dennehy. ROW 4: D. Mackey, R. Earley, D. Gilley, J. Joins, J
Berry, W. Brink, B. Brown, D. Burmmitt, M. Davis, H. Cumberland, L. Fitz. TOP ROW: M. Bertherlot, R. Aber, B. Craig, J. Epnney, D. Chew, T
Green, M. Glazner, R. Cooper, M. Flenniken, B. Baumhaft, J. Ukena.
GREAT BOOKS CLUB-FRONT ROW: S. Wheeler, L. Wade, M. McCormick, J. Westmoreland, R. Arens, K. Julian, L. Cordell, Y. Ball, sponsor.
ROW 2: J. Buchner, B. Williams, K. Kirkwood, K. Alt, N. Green, C. Pickens, K. Frazier, S. Vinson, J. Sherman, S. Smith. ROW 3: B. Beebe, M
Forrest, D. Williams, M. Pedigo, K. Reiff, N. Farmer, D. Shaw, S. Meister, M. Rush, S. Swick, E. Cline, B. Hoffer. ROW 4: C. Hawkins, B. Cam-
mack, J. Bond, J. Foster, N. Wade, M. .Chronister, D. Moore, J. Cheatham, B. Greer, D. Michaelson, O. Maupin. ROW 5: J. Barnes, J. Shoot,
M. Geller, M. Lewis, D. Weibel, T. Knott, B. Kimerer, M. McNutt, L. Fitz, P. Campbell, K. Snell. TOP ROW: B. Shoot, T. Ragsdale, B. Kessler,
A. Mason, C.. Busey, J. Scudder, B. Babcock, P. Fields, K. Phelps, R. Holloway, B. Maurer.
GERMAN CLUB-FRONT ROW: K. Jarchow, M. Walker, J. Lewis, D. Shaw, S. Swick, B. Smith, H. Waddle, S. Smith. ROW 2: B. Renner, S. Murphy,
D. Padberg, F. Plater, J. Messinger, C. Meek, R. Witten, D. Trott. ROW 3: J. May, J. Ryan, D. Sylvester, J. Whitbeck, J. Roesch, R. Nigh. ROW 4:
A. Meadows, W. Shelton, M. Kessler, T. Taylor, K. Parrish, P. Joyce, D. Loving, D. Smith, D. Morgan, B. Johnson. ROW 5: W. Thompson, M. Rob-
ertson, J. Ukena, T. Lewis, J. Stanpp, D. Reeves, D. Manson. TOP ROW: F. Steele, F. Yeagley, D. Sears, T. Green, J. Sherill, K. Miller, G. Lowry,
WD. Shutz, M. Pulliam.
PREPARING for her first Thanksgiving in America is Birgit Schon
from Nuremburg, Bavaria. A houseguest of a family here that she
met in Germany, Birgit was a member of the graduating class.
by Clubs' Activities
MEMBERSHIP in the German Club is open to all
student enrolled in a German class or to those who
speak the language. To promote understanding of the
culture of the German peoples is the purpose off the
Members were given an opportunity to use the
German language during discussion groups where
.only German was spoken. Films and pictures were
shown at meetings by people who have traveled in
Club members made gifts at Christmas time that
'were typical German gifts. Two station wagon loads
of toys were taken to Memorial Hospital by club mem-
bers to be distributed among the children.
GREAT BOOKS CLUB was formed to stimulate active
interest in the world's great literature.
The club calendar included one group activity each
month. Students attended theatrical performances by
local drama groups. Mrs. Ball hosted the club at a
Christmas Open House. A skating party and spring
picnic were held.
AERONAUTICS CLUB-FRONT ROW: Mr. Brown, sponsor, J. Clark, pres., T. Holden, v. pres., J. Spitler, sec., Mr. Conger, sponsor. ROW 2: D. Holderby, J
Arnold, R. Roberson, C. Hay, B. Huffaker. ROW 3: R. Heare, B. Gates, C. Edwards, T. Hamilton, R. Lynn, R. Ramirez. TOP ROW: D. Olandese, J. Moody
T. Hobson, T. Gaut, M. Van Winkler, B. Cordonnier, G. Holtberg.
Technicians Develop Specialized Skills, i
ELECTRONICS CLUB-FRONT ROW: M. Jones, pres., S. Smith, v. pres., B. Williams,
sec., C. Curtis, treas. ROW 2: Mr. Brown, sponsor, Mr. Gillham, sponsor, Mr. Hardt,
sponsor, K. Barnum, T. Deplois. ROW 3: R. Brown, S. Sarkey, H. Sears, J. Hayes, M.
Haff, G. Lynn, D. Lyne. TOP ROW: D. Koch, S. Holmes, T. Runnels, M. Wyche, B.
Riddles, B. McPherson.
BY DEVELOPING skill in specialties, school tech-
nicians increased their scientific knowledge. '
AERONAUTICS CLUB was established to familiar-
ize students with the various opportunities in
aeronautics. Club members visited aircraft produc7
tion plants, control towers, and the F.A.A. training
Composed of boys who were interested in labl
oratory experience and the theory of electronicsf
the Electronics Club presented its members with
challenges in problems which would be met in
industry and researchl.
Membership in the Science Club was open td
anyone interested in the various scientific fieldsl
Special groups formed to accommodate interestsr
of members included chemistry, physics, botany,
zoology, and photography. Club members workeo
together in preparation for the city science fair
THE RADIO CLUB boasted the distinction of be:
ing the only club in school to have a room use
by no other group. Broadcasting from its ow
station, with call letters W5DFH, the club foster
interest in communications and the mechanics o.
lCIENCE CLUB-FRONT ROW: Mr. Paden, sponsor, D. Wycoff, B. Smith, B. Shoot, pres., D. Moore, v. pres., P. Cardin, treaa.f J. Shoot, parl., L. Knox, B. Hof-
r. ROW 2: C. Stuart, L. Davis, G. Johnson, P. Campbell, M. Law, M. Fulmer, R. Hagstrom, D. Trott. ROW 3: D. Lorenz, R. Wolf, D. Walker, G. Willi-
s, D. Morgan, D. Kahn, B. Smith, D. Michaelson, R. Longley. TOP ROW: A. Will, B. Lyles, B. Duncan, J. Maxwell, G. McCreight, B. Cooter, D. Witte, R.
akes, C. Morin, J. Stuart, R. Krosley.
Increase Scientific Knowledge
KEARNING the fundamentals of equipment available to Electronics Club members RADIO CLUB-FRONT ROW: R, Oakes, sec.: L, Knox, pres., J
ire Randy Brown and Bill MCPl'lel'SOI'1. Thompson, engineer, Mr. St. Dizier, sponsor. ROW 2: G. Parrish
W J. Bentley. TOP ROW: S. Achrarnowicz, B. Sneed, S. Sarkey, B
JUNIOR DELEGATES TO THE WORLD-FRONT ROW: C. Hill, C. Teets, K. Jenks, B. Danzinger, B. Patterson, R. Forbes, M. Moncrief. ROW 2: B.
Richards, L. Moore, J. Riley, P. O'Dell, J. Brown, J. Thomas, J. Stangeland, J. McClure, Miss Owen, sponsor. ROW 3: J. Points, E. Conner,
S. Lambert, D. Day, N. Overman, D. Moore, B. Bond, K. Reiff, B. Mayer. TOP ROW: G. Davis, P. Palo, D. Smith, D. Witte, A. Meadows, J.
Garrett, V. Vahlberg, A. Taylor.
Junior Delegates Promote World Travel
JUNIOR DELEGATES to the World, in its third year, and commented on their experiences.
enlarged its membership and extended its activities. Highlight of the club's three-year program was the
Long range plans for foreign travel were carefully exchange of hospitality that took l3 city Junior Dele-
outlined by club committees. gates to Tampico, Mexico, for a nine-day whirl of pic-
Guest speakers at club meetings included NWC nics, rodeos, parties, and speeches, and brought their
teachers who have traveled abroad. They showed slides Mexican hosts back to Oklahoma for the same.
PRESENTING an Oklahoma 'flag to the mayor
of Tampico, Mexico, Senor Manuel Fuentes, are
. Junior Delegates Bill Patterson and Janet Riley.
The summer trip to Tampico was one of the
MAKING PRACTICAL use ot Library Club training are
Yvonne Vick and Kathy McEver.
LIBRARY CLUB-FRONT ROW: D. Michaelson, pres., Y. Vick, sec., K. Cottrell, treas., D.
Smith, hist. ROW 2: C. Graham, V. Caldwell, N. Tillinghast, K. McEver. ROW 3: A. Doughty
sponsor, J. Cooper, J. Williamson, K. Field, Mrs. Call, sponsor. TOP ROW: R. Michaelson,
H. Johnson, R. Smith, W. Thompson, A. Dane, P. Jennings, T. Foster.
I Interests Pursued in Library, Coin Clubs
OPEN to all library aides was membership in the
Library Club. Club meetings featured book reviews and
trips to other libraries. Affiliated with district and state
library groups, members attended semi-annual meet-
ings of the Oklahoma City Student Librarians' Associa-
tion and the annual convention of the state group.
ORGANIZED iust this year, the Coin Club met every
Friday afternoon after school in Mr. Ogle's room. Mem-
bers brought coin,books and collections to the meet-
ings where they compared and exchanged coins.
Coin experts spoke to the club at various times. fhe
group attended city and state conventions.
COIN CLUB-FRONT ROW: D. Walker, pres., P. Cardin, v. pres., V. Boaz, sec.-treas., D. Dupree, parl. sgt. at arms, S. Holbrook, Mr. Ogle, sponsor, ROW 2:
G. Witt, G. Johnson, H. Newman, R. Brown, A. Sandgarten, J. Thompson, T. Stewart, C. Rhodes, S. Waldrip, L. Cook, R. Riley. TOP ROW: J. Tucumseh, L. Brock,
S. Holmes, J. Brandell, D. Bateman, E. Haggard, A. Falgout, R. Forbes, J. Maxwell, J. Stewart, S. Fields.
BAND AND ORCHESTRA GIRLS-FRONT ROW: S. Collier, hist., S. Williams, sec., A. Northup, pres., D. Wilson, v. pres., L. Moak, chapl., S. Smith,
parl. ROW 2: M. Newman, M. Helderman, S. Corter, J. Cole, L. White, M. Watson, R. Sammons. ROW 3: P. Beck, L. Bonneville, A. Lee, B.
Berryhill, B. Bradshaw, T. Tver, C. Sanders. TOP ROW: Miss Hendricks, sponsor, B. Smith, T. Black, B. Mustion, S. Schuetz, J. Boyd, D. Grey,
Mrs. Dixon, sponsor.
Music Activities Coordinated by Clubs
BAND AND ORCHESTRA GIRLS promoted friendli-
ness and understanding among the members of the
band and orchestra and worked for better public re-
lations between the Instrumental Music Department
and the school. Activities this year included two pro-
gressive dinners, paper drives, a hayrack ride, bake
sales, and a luau.
SYMPHONY HI-NOTES is a city-wide organization
for teenage music lovers. Now in its second year at
Northwest, Hi-Notes was formed to promote interest
in symphonic music and live orchestra programs. Mem-
bers worked for the Symphony Subscription Drive
during October and ushered at Symphony concerts.
Sara Smith served as All-City President.
SYMPHONY HI-NOTES-FRONT ROW: Mr.
Johnson, sponsor, Miss Baumann, sponsor,
B. Smith, pres., D. Wilson, v. pres., A. Lee,
sec. ROW 2: M. Watson, L. White, B. K.
Smith, A, Northup, K. Jones, P. Beck, R.
Sammons. ROW 3: S. Smith, M. Newman,
S. Carleton, T. Black, K. Kinsey, C. Hutcher-
son, K. M. Kinsey. ROW 4: B. Richards, -M.
Helderman, S. Allen, H. Waddle, J. Boyd,
B. Bradshaw, S. M. Smith. TOP ROW: C.
Farley, R. Smith, J. Hatchett, D, Witte, B.
Cooter, W. Smith.
20TH CENTURY HOMEMAKERS-FRONT ROW:
S. Mitchell, M. Ray, N. Hare, G. Bray. ROW 2:
S. Butler, A. Hawkins, L. Hodge, T. Hendren,
L. Lindsay, W. Gorgas, Mrs. Miller, sponsor.
ROW 3: C. Luckan, G. Childress, L. Boaz,
M. Montgomery, S. Tucker, D. Tucker, D.
Vaughn. ROW 4: K. Brewer, J. Weber, J.
Conley, J. Thompson, L. Harkey, G. Mont-
gomery, Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. Norton. ROW 5:
C. Green, S. Franks, M. Gibson, S. Williams,
S. Stout, C. Cornelison, J. Simpson, H. Knox,
Mrs. Atkins. TOP ROW: J. Morris, B. Sum-
mers, C. Hutchenson, L. Jolley, J. deCordova,
K. Harp, D. Gray, L. Wisdom.
, Homemakers, FTA Pursue Interests
l WITH THE purpose of encouraging interest in a home
leconomics career, and preparing for family life, the
.Twentieth Century Homemakers' meetings featured
lspeakers and demonstrations on hair styling, gift wrap-
ping, home nursing, flower arrangements, and interior
Homemakers sponsored several social events, in-
cluding a Christmas party and a spring picnic. Most of
lthe members entered the Betty Crocker Homemaker
of the Year Contest.
THE FUTURE Teachers of America members at-
tended county and state conventions where they heard
speakers discuss various phases of teaching. Club mem-
bers served at the annual NWC faculty Christmas
breakfast December 18.
A tutoring service was provided by Future Teacher
members this year. Students who desired help in sub-
iects turned in their names to club sponsors.
.FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-FRONT ROW: M. Smith, pres., L. Lingerfelt, v. pres., R. Travis, sec., P. Clark, treas., T. Hanna, librarian, B.
,Davis, historian. ROW 2: Miss Byars, sponsor, B. Fatheree, C. Pate, K. McEver, C. Hahn, J. Gragg, Miss West, sponsor. TOP ROW: M. Salathiel,
J. Turner, M. Turner, J. Brown, P. Bolton, S. Webber.
SHIELD STAFF-FRONT ROW: S. Smith, V. Vahlberg, R. Arens, S. Vinson. ROW 2: T. Harris, A. Taylor, A. Phinney, J. Noble, M. Street, P. Palo. TOP ROW: R.
Robinson, M. Utter, R. Miller, R. Wagner, E. Cody, P. Sutton. TOP ROW: J. Meeker, M. Howard, C. Hoyt, L. McDonald, G. Mahagan, F. Plater.
TOP WRITERS in Oklahoma City's United Appeal annual teen editorial writing
contest were Vivian Vahlberg, Dee Ann Sodar, of John Marshall, and Chris
Hoyt. Shield staffers Vivian and Chris took first and third honors, respectively.
of Hecfic Deadlines
LAST MINUTE deadlines, busy, clicking typewriters,
the whirl of news gathering-all were of vital im-
portance if THE SHIELD were to appear on alternate
This bi-weekly publication, serving as a link be-
tween students and school activities, carried pertinent
editorials, sports stories, and up-to-the-minute articles
which answered Who? What? Where? When? Why?
The twenty-two staff members designed pages,
sold ads, took pictures, wrote copy, and were always
alert for the possible "scoop".
For the second straight year the Shield staff pro-
duced a paper for distribution the first day of school.
QUILL AND SCROLL, an international honor society
for top ranking iournalists, welcomed twelve new
members at the spring initiation. The annual dinner
meeting was held at Sussy's restaurant where Mr.
Jim Paschal, state OIPA director, was guest speaker.
lQUILL and SCROLL-FRONT ROW: R. Arens, pres., J. Sherman, v. pres., S. Vinson, sec., D. Filson, treas. ROW 2: C. Montgomery, A. Taylor, J. Jerlow, V.
Vahlberg, H. Reinheimer, Mrs. Burdette, sponsor. TOP ROW: D. Thompson, P. Palo, S, Bowerman, C. Hoyt, M. Howard, J. Fallin, P. Sutton.
OVER a bag of popcorn after getting the Shield POINTING OUT his techniques in a sports action shot is Jerry Geurin, photographer
press are editors Ruth Arens and Sammie Vinson. Ricky Wagner and Phil Sutton also took pictures for both school publications.
ROUND TABLE STAFF-FRONT ROW: J. Fallin, S. Bacon, M. Boggs, H. Reinheimer, P. Sutton, J. Geurin. ROW 2: C. Montgomery, J. Dansby, S. Dickerson, V.
Vahlberg, J. Kennedy. TOP ROW: B. Wilson, C. Emberton, D. Thompson, S. Bowerman, J. Kahler, J. Jerlow.
Yearbook Staff Aims of High Standards
WORKING under pressure to meet Their four dead-
lines, Round Table staff members aimed constantly at
maintaining their Highest Honor rating with Oklahoma
interscholastic Press Association. The '64 edition re-
ceived Medalist rank with Columbia Press Association.
Fewer than ten per cent of the books in the nation
are given this award.
The Round Table's intent was to provide the stu-
dents at Northwest Classen a record of important aca-
demic and extra-curricular events. Sentimentally, sen-
iors should find it full of treasured memories as they
finish their last year at NWC.
For the third year, publication packet sales have in-
creased. A record number of 2,720 books was sold.
MANY LATE hours are spent by editors in compili
a yearbook. Judy Sherman and Della Filson, c
editors of the Round Table, find they are no exce
tion to the rule.
COURT JESTERS-FRONT ROW: S. Fitz, C. Wil-
liams, N. Green, B. Sigmon, J. Nowlin, C. Patter-
son, K. Kirkwood. ROW 2: Mrs. Garrett, sponsor:
H. Reinheimer, G. Jones, J. Kahler, T. Curtis, M.
London, J. Jacobson, M. Smith. ROW 3: G. Collins,
B. Baber, D. Durrett, S. Bronson, S. Carter, L.
Bishop, M. Wilson, D. Lewis, J. Hanraty. ROW 4:
H. Hamilton, K. Tigerf, B. Rathien, M. Hopping,
C. Green, M. Rahill, C. Sharpley, J. Wiles, C. Bar-
rett. ROW 5: S. Poulsen, K. Jarchow, J. Fishel,
L. Wallin, S. Eagin, S. Proctor, L. Mines, A. Phin-
ney, S. Farrand. ROW 6: B. Simonson, L. Keys,
C. Carter, J. Barnett, D. Vaughn, M. Baxt, V. Hus-
band, S. Davis, P. Wright, G. Anderson, C. Mont-
gomery. TOP ROW: K. Sheehan, J. Varner, J. Car-
penter, J. Keathley, C. Finefrock, S. Puttroff, S.
Stephens, S. Marchman, K. Snipes, C. Kerr, S.
Hoyt, L. Schanbacher, C. Bonebrake, J. Rogers. -
Court .lesters Groom Cheerleaders
COURT JESTERS was organized by the cheerleaders personal grace. Three girls were chosen by Court Jest-
to promote better cooperation between pep clubs and ers every two months to lead cheers at B and C squad
cheerleaders. Through extended practice, girls gained QBIYISS.
a thorough understanding gf the School yells. Each year the group presents a Spirit Award to the
Members interested in becoming cheerleaders were Shldehi Wh0 did The mosl dUflhQ the School Year to
schooled in techniques of crowd control, jumps, and promote sportsmanship and uphold school spirit.
COURT JESTERS-FRONT ROW: L. Hope, V. Boaz, B. Arentz, B. Dishman, C. Barnett, D. Blakey, J. Jacobson. ROW 2: A. Davis, J. Rogers, F. Russell, K. Slack,
J. Steele, J. F. Thompson, D. Rugg, L. Vandennieuwenhof, L. Keller, N. Hodkinson, J. Jackson. ROW 3: D. Finefrock, C. Davis, E. Claunch, K. Murphy, J.
Hildebrand, L. Leaf, R. Gober, P. Collins, J. Miller, L. Strong, J. Phillips. ROW 4: C. Metheny, K. Benson, C. Cooper, S. Martin, P. Tubb, D. Eads, B. Biggs,
A. Ackerman, B. Pedigo, K. Goldman, K. Jones, P. Smock, S. Webster. ROW 5: R. Broadfoot, B. Kendall, S. Jackson, J. McDonald, C. Murphy, D. Davis,
L. Moy, G. Stroud, S. Bullard, S. Homesy, N. Pierce, J. Thompson, S. Hazleton, J. Norfleet, V. Bowers. TOP ROW: G. Wilson, K. Craig, D. Mitchell, J. St. John,
D. Spence, C. Vanderford, J. Edmondson, B. Cox, L. Mannas, G. Anderson, D. Reynolds, M. Salathiel.
JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE-FRONT ROW: Mrs. J. Creekmore, sponsor, R. Arens, treas., K. Harper, v. pres., T. Hanna, pres., O. Maupin, sec., Mrs. Ruth Warram,
sponsor. ROW 2: L. Knox, J. Bartusch, C. Teets, L. Lingerfelt, J. Brown, J. Stangeland, J. Thomas, P. Chilton, J. L. Thomas, P. Westbrook, K. Williams, F. Brewer.
ROW 3: K. Reiff, M. Hunt, D. Hunt, P. O'Dell, J. Points, S. Swick, D. Moore, E. Cline, R. Cloud, S. Halter, J. Cherry. ROW 4: D. Liss, A. Ashby, K. Phelps,
M. Law, D. Smith, D. Kahn, S. Davis, J. Cheatham, B. Greer, D. Daniels, B. Duncan, M. Lyon. TOP ROW: L. Brock, E. Miller, C. Bennett, T. Kerr, G. McCreight,
J. Scudder, C. Busey, D. Sommerfrucht, B. Babcock, G. Williams, M. Geller.
Ancient Culture Is Absorbed by JCL
ORGANIZED to encourage interest in the lanouage
and culture of Ancient Greece and Rome was the
Junior Classical League.
During August, eight JCL delegates, sponsored by
Mrs. Janie Creekmore, attended the National Con-
vention held on the campus of the University of Illinois
A hootenanny led by Dan Young from Oklahoma
City University and the initiation of new members in
October marked the beginning of an active year.
At the state convention held at Oklahoma Univer-
sity, the NW chapter ran a candidate for office and
conducted a singalong. The annual banquet in April
featured typically Roman food and cuisine.
JUNIOR CLASSlCAL LEAGUE-FRONT ROW: C. Kerr, C. Lowry, S. Sutterman, T. Foster, T. Greenham, L. Ruhr, P. Danely, E. Teague. ROW 2: Y. Collins,
M. Newman, D. Mapes, V. Hopkins, S. Brown, K. McEver, J. Lappin, M. Helderman, D. Saied, M. Knox, F. Kennedy, S. Copley. ROW 3: K. Goldman, S.
Gholston, J. Hindes, J. Forrester, T. Harrison, M. Walker, J. Ragsdale, B. Roth, L. Stiver, J. St. George. ROW 4: K. Thornton, J. Edmondson, P. Reiff, J.
Kahn, B. Bradshaw, C. Vanderford, B. Ahlfeldt, M. Wilson, E. L. Bryant, S. Fish, M. Strokes, P. Thomas, S. Charleston. ROW 5: J. Martine, J. Larimore, M.
Fulmer, R. Hagstrom, T. Wriht, J. Goins, M. Gardner, G. Anderson, J. White, J. Thompson, C. Robyler, P. Jones. TOP ROW: L. Jefferson, R. Witten, D.
Holloway, P. Duncan, J. Puckett, A. Mason, E. Warren, J. Hatchett, D. King, D. Beausang, P. Ukena, P. Rahe.
l MATH ANALYSIS CLUB-FRONT ROW: D. Padberg, pres., B. Hagenberg, v. pres., J. Scudder, sec.-treas.g B. Babcock, A. Mason.
ROW 2: L. Cordell, K. Reitf, J. Riley, M. Chronister, J. Stangeland, L. Aduddell, Mr. St. Dizier, sponsor. ROW 3: B. Cammack, B.
l Paddock, F. Coy, P. Fields, J. Cheatham, D. Kahn, O. Maupin. ROW 4: D. Walker, K. Phelps, S. Abney, T. Hanna, B. Greer,
T. Fezzler, A. Loeffler, D. Michaelson. TOP ROW: P. Campbell, T. Watters, T. Green, C. Busey, J. Suggs, J. Walcher, G. Low-
l ry, R. Oakes, P. Smith.
A Master Mathematicians Study, Socialize
REQUIREMENTS for membership in the Math Analy-
lsis club included 'the applicant's having completed
lsix semesters of mathematics with a B-plus average
rand a favorable recommendation from a math teacher.
Since most club members were planning a career
in engineering or a profession demanding a strong
'background in math, calculus and analytics were thor-
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ior Ginny Scheer is somewhat doubtful of
lclassmate David Kahn's proof.
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Three parties were held this year, math aides were
inducted as honorary members of the club at the
Chartered iust last year, the club had a membership
of 43, only six girls were included. The club constitu-
tion was revised this year.
"MAYBE this will work." Sandy Black and Dee Ann Lee try to cure Judy
Bremer's laryngitis with a throat spray before a scheduled performance of
the GIRLS TRIO.
ASSEMBLY ENTERTAINMENT was provided by Debbie
Reed, Linda Wade, Jerri Roberts, and Trina Harry,
members of the GIRLS QUARTET.
TALENTED director of Knight vocalists is Mr. John Platt.
"OKLAHOMA, OK!" was a popular finale for the SMALL GROUP who sang at numerous
civic functions. FRONT ROW:' Greg Fine, Sandy Black, Judy Bremer, Dee Ann Lee, Peggy
Chaney, Ann Bentley, Stan Davis. ROW 2: Doug Powell, Wynn Ann Moak, Karen Thomason,
Darryl Jones. TOP ROW: Warren Thompson, Barry Smith, Rob Elder, and Dick Spann.
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CRYSLURS: Accompanists-C. Hawkins, S. Olsgard. FRONT ROW: T. Zanovich, J. Shoot, T. Shaw, D. Jones, P. Bray, J. Starr, B. Smith, D. Witte, T. Runnels
D. Powell, S. Davis, T. Bray, B. Shoot, T. Wright. ROW 2: P. Chaney, S. Shepherd, K. Phelps, D. Weible, S. Manske, D. Spann, G. Fine, W. Thompson
R. Elder, J. Kellerby, E. Haggard, D. Pearson, T. Prey, J. Bremer, A. Bently. ROW 3: D. Reed, C. Reid, M. Murphy, K. Thomason, W. Gorgas, E. Stephens
- T. Harry, S. Chaney, K. Hutcherson, J. Spencer, L. Martin, C. Rutledge, B. Beebe. TOP ROW: J. Roberts, S. Black, D. Lee, C. Sneed, W. Moak, J. Sprouls
J s. Burch, C. sian, s. Wall, J. King, H. Turner, L. wade.
Result in Perfection for Honor Chorus
INCREASED ENROLLMENT in music classes resulted
,n the strengthening of choral groups as well as the
:ormation of new ensembles.
' The sincere dedication of NWC musicians was ex-
mplified by the 57 Cryslur members who reported
t 7:30 each morning for rehearsals. Auditions are
,eld each spring for this "honor chorus."
i Cryslurs presented their annual fall assembly and
bvening concert November 20. For the first time in-
strumentalists from the band were featured in the
Cryslur and Band Boys football teams were organ-
zed this year to promote closer friendship between in-
'trumental and vocal music departments. Band boys
ere victorious in the "Music Bowl" game November
A new singing group, consisting of 16 Cryslurs, was
ormed this year to provide entertainment for banquets
nd clubs. Proceeds from their appearances were used
to finance proiects of the honor chorus.
For the fifth consecutive year Cryslurs officially
opened the Christmas season at Penn Square.
ENTHUSIASTIC Cryslurs check signals for their football game with Band
Boys. Musical gridmen are Dick Spann, Stan Davis, Greg Fine, and Warren
Thompson, who compose the BOYS QUARTET.
'BOYS' CHORUS-FRONT ROW: D. Wilcox, R. Tester, T. Bray, R. Paschal, T. Stewart, GIRLS' SEXTET members, Wynn Anne Moak, Suzanne Wall,
R. Mote. ROW 2: J. Goins, R. Thurman, R. Kiser, J. Cobb, R. Stoops, K. Turner. Wende Gorgass, Karen Thomason, Peggy Chaney, and Marshal
ROW 3: K. Pollock, P. Wood, J. Meeker, L. Wetwiska, B. Kilman, S. Barkett. Murphy, relax aftera performance.
TOP ROW: R. Ratcliff, D. Crumby, P. Bray, D. Broach, D. Halfield, A. Wrany.
so Increased Enrollment Strengthens Choirs,
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FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS-FRONT ROW: L. Arens, C. Potts, C. Decker, C. Styron, M. Carter, M. Strickland, R. Gober, P. Hudson, B. Lingerfelt,
C. Wilson. ROW 2: N. Jesseph, S. 'Freeny, N. Pennington, Y. Easlon, Y. Beleele, C. Maxwell, B. Dupree, B. Baber, P. Moore, L. Lippoldt, J. D'Angelo.
ROW 3: K. Johnson, G. Silvey, D. Bodine, S. Clifton, J. Morris, R. Duke, R. Andreazon, J. Gallegly, A, Harley, P. Reed, D. Davis, M. Murphy.
TOP ROW: B.- Thrower, C. Goss, C. Martz, G. Fezler, M. Christenson, A. Allen, T. Odell, D. Allen, M. Westmoreland, B. Crampton, L. Horne.
GIRLS' CHORUS-FRONT ROW: P. Brown, L. Lingerfelt, C. Hunt, S. Henderson, J. Schrantz, D. Callaway, C. Pate, J. Chambers, C. Hutcherson, P. Hall,
lB. Shaw, L. Pride, J. Garrett. ROW 2: D. Donceel, J. Conley, J. Humphreys, P. Gee, M. Salathiel, J. Cheatham, K. Kirlsey, C, Thomas, G. Thompson, B.
Barbee, E. Mooney, M. Hull, G. Childress. ROW 3: A. Doughty, T. Snelson, C. Cornelison, L. Strickland, V. Norris, L. Stephens, J. Hinton, J. Varner, L.
Harrison, D. Wycoff, M. Lowe, D. Koos. TOP ROW: N. Mitchell, S. Webber, P. Ashford, J, Pickney, M. Milburn, J. Cosgrove, J. Doling, C. Starr, C.
lScrivner, J. Branham, S. Chaney, S. Sheppard.
Provides New Ensembles
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R. Carter. ROW 2: P. Roach, B. Walker, J. McDonald, G. Fant, C. Clinton, B. Howard, J. Snell. ROW 3:
TN. Taylor, S. Lowe, N. Tillinghast, C. Tripp, G. Sheperd, B. Bryant, M. Thomas, B. Reid. TOP ROW:
C. Sullivan, D. Sarinske, R. Pitt, L. Drescher, G. Stotts, E. Evans, P. Cathey, K. Fulton.
"WISH Mr. Platt would hurry." Cryslur mem
bers report at 7:30 a.m. for rehearsal.
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CONCERT BAND-FRONT ROW: B. Mustion, M. Newman, S. M. Smith,
C. Burnet, B. Smith. ROW 2: S. L. Smith, G. Lowry, C. James, L. Moak,
P. Kopplin, J. Karhu, G. Williams, T. Alder, D. Schultz. ROW 3: R. Church,
R. Sammons, B. Smith, H. Whitehead, B. Taylor, B. Allen, M. Perkins, E.
Welcomed by Bandsmen
ALTHOUGH band and orchestra classes convened
during the school day, most of the musical activities
required preparation and participation outside of school.
Instrumental section rehearsals, contest practice ses-
sions, and 7:30 a.m. drills for the marching band were
a necessary part of every musician's daily routine.
The instrumental music department consisted of
four bands: symphonic, marching, freshman, and inter-
mediate, and the 50-member orchestra. The marching
unit contained 125 bandsmen, while the pep band
featured 40 musicians.
Two performances highlighted the year's activities.
In October, the band helped to welcome President
Lyndon Johnson when he spoke at the State Fair.
During the Christmas vacation the concert band
played for the opening convocation of the American
School Band Directors Association. Director Arthur
Johnson served as chairman and official host for the
The annual fall and spring concerts were presented
in the school auditorium. The pep band, under student
director, Mike McCormick, provided music at basket-
ball games. A record number of 25 music students
were qualified to play in the All-state band and orches-
Lynn, D. Kahn, J. Lankford, R. Brown. ROW 4: J. Hendricks, D. Witte, E.
Hindman, Mr. Arthur Johnson, director, B. Johnson, C. Morgan, P. Camp-
bell, J. Shoot, D. Stephens, M. Lewis, G. Lynn, T. Fezler, B. Shoot, M. Mc-
STEPPING off.intervals, band director Arthur Johnson shows the trombone rank
where to line up.
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Hatchett, S. Corter, F. Lane, M. Eagin, J.
Taylor, J. Boyd, R. Oakes. ROW 2: A.
Northup, M. Watson, R. Gaut, M. Knox,
L. Keller, E. Mahanay, S. M. Smith, G.
Scheer, A. Lee, B. J. Smith, B. Smith,
T. Black, L. Moak, N. Whitehead, J. Karhu,
S. Gill, D. Mapes. ROW 3: J. Jones, J.
Cole, D. Davis, S. Newell, P. Beck, B.
Berryhill, J. Nunn, B. Kimerer, D. King, D.
Wilson, B. Cooter, F. Cox, B. Shoot, J.
Shoot, D. Stephens, D. Witte, J. Parker,
S. Cogdill. ROW 4: E. Henley, K. Jones, L.
White, M. Christenson, J. Vaughn, R. John-
son, D. Leuszler, S. Smith, D. Ford, J. Jack-
son, H. Whitehead, D. Shultz, Arthur John-
Maiorettes Give 'Command Performances'
SPECTACULAR 'fire baton routines presented by malorettes Kariene Alt Marsha Kosted Linda Voegelern Carol
Pickens, Lee Ann Welch, and Beverly Wrlkison highlighted the halftime show at homecoming So impressive was
this specialty that the girls received invitations to perform on the Gaylon Stacy TV Show and at the Mayors
Sweetheart Ball Honors Queen
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KATHY MCCANDLESS SUSAN HODGE5
SUSAN MORGAN DIANA WILSON
Hundreds of loyal pep club supporTers
packed info buses To follow The Teams,
saT Through drenching rains in The sfadium,
filled The gym on cold winTer nighfs,
performed aT pep rallies and half Times-
All TesTimony To KnighTland's devofion To and pride
in The Purple and Gold.
President, first semester
"CORONET" was chogsenfaforgra pep club name in l955 when the
school opened because elii' 6 Elfitsglissociagion.yvith sovereignty in days of
Knighthood. worn to signify a mark
New ii,,i enterfiiiiittgdilsatitltleir first meeting by a skit
featuring clubl were served at the
The bus trip to the banquet for basketball
boys in the spring were Aliiy ears higlllights. Basketball boys are
annually feted by Qoronelslatifa banqitef where coaches award
team letters. A
Coronets Wort' jolace icair ldecorations contest at the
Homecoming 'paradem L
C. l-OOHCY J. Riley N. Nedbalek J. Stangeland P. Ehrlich
Vice Pres. Att. Sec. Rec. Sec. Treas. Asst. Treas.
Coronets Share Well-Established
TOP ROW: L. Abramson, L. Adniddell, S. Afinowicz, K. Albright, S. Allen, G. Anderson, B. Arentz, P. Armstrong, L. Atchey, Y Ayers K Ball
M Bacon. ROW 2: B. Barbee, C. Barclay, G. Barnes, S. Barnes, M. Barnet, C. Barnett, C. Barret, D. Barron, L. Basore, L. Bateman, D Bay P Beck
ROW 3 B. Beebe, D. Belcher, S. Belcher, B. Benson, K. Benson, L. Bierman, M. Biggs, T. Binswanger, T. Black, S. Blakey, P. Blakley D Bodine
OP ROW: D. Bond, C. Bonebrake, L. Boswell, B. Bradshaw, B. Bramble, S. Breeden, E. Brehm, S. Bronson, R. Broadfoot, P. Brown, S. Brown,
. L. Brown. ROW 2: B. Bryant, E. Bryant, S. Bullard, L. Bullock, S. Burns, D. Burris, J. Bush, R. Butler, A. Butt, J. Carlton, S. Carlton, P. Carruth.
COW 3: M. Carter, S. Carter, A. Chaney, S. Chaney, F. Cheatham, J. Cheatham, M. Christenson, J. Clanahan, D. Clancy, D. Clark, J. Clark, E.
launch. ROW 4: C. Clinton, R. Cloud, S. Coggins, J. Cole, M. Cole, S. Collier, P. Collins, D. Combs, K. Combs, S. Corder, P. Corn, K. Cornelison.
TOP ROW: L. Cornett, K. Cosgrove, C. Couch, P. Cowart,
B. Cox. ROW 2: J. Cox, S. Crudup, C. Crutchfield, P. Cum-
mings, T. Curtis. ROW 3: L. Dale, F. Daniel, S. Daniels, J.
Dansby, D. Davis. LOUD CHEERS boost the Knights on to victory.
D. S. Davis
Capers, Bus Trip Highlight
COOL IT," cries Coronet president Julie Levin at senior capers.
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SCRAMBLING for bus seats. Coronets make fast purse checks.
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TOP ROW: H. Hammond, T. Hanna, C. Hansen, J. Hardwick, B. Harkins, K. Harp, A. Harris, D. Harrison, L. Harrison, P. Hartman, S. Hazelton,
S. Heckel. ROW 2: T. Hendren, J. Hendrickson, L. Henniger, D. Hensch, B. Hensley, L. Herold, C. Hester, J. Hester, N. Hildebrand, J. Hill, M.
Himmelstein, J. Hindes. ROW 3: L. Hodge, K. Hodkinson, G. Hoke, K. Hollis, P. Holt, S. Holt, M. Hopping, J. Horn, L. Horn, A. Houston, J.
Howard, L. Howard. ROW 4: S. Hoyt, S. Huckabay, S. Hudson, C. Hunt, D. Hunt, B. Husband, V. Husband, T. Ingram, J. Jacobson, K. Jackson,
K. Jarchow, M. Jeffery.
K. L. Johnson
"THUNDER, thunder, thunderation . . ." yells Coronet Cindy Williams. M' Kulz
This is Cindy's second year as all-school cheerleader. Z'
Car Decoration Prize at Homecoming
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TOP ROW: C. Languth, C. Lawson, L. Leaf, L. Leech, L. Lewis, M. Linn, B. Lisby, L. Little, M. London, B. Lout, C. Lowry, P. Lytle. ROW 2: L. Mannas,
G. Mantilla, D. Mapes, S. Martin, S. Mason, P. Mastagni, C. Maupin, O. Maupin, B. May, K. McBride, C. McCandless, S. McCillican. ROW 3: J.
McDonald, P. McDonald, J. McFarland, S. McGee, B. McNeil, S. Meister, J. Meriweather, C. Miller, P. Miller, T. Miller, S. Milligan, N. Mills.
WOP ROW: D. Mitchell, S. Mitchell, C. Montgomery, G. Montgomery, J. Moon, J. Morelock, J, Morey, J. Morris, A. Morrison, D. Moses, L. Mullin,
,. Murphy. ROW 2: M. Murphy, J. Myton, D. Nation, J. Neilson, K. Neph, S. Newton, D. Novak, P. O'Dell, D. Oldham, J. Oldham, C. Pate, L.
'aisley. ROW 3: S. Pallesen, J. Patton, C. Pennington, N. Pennington, S. Perry, S. Petree, P. Phipps, J. Pickney, N. Pierce, B. Pinkston, R.
itt, J. Points. ROW 4: E. Porter, S. Procter, J. Puttrolrf, M, Rahill, S. Ray, K. Reading, C. Reed, H. Reinheimer, S. Rendel, P. Renegar, D. Reynolds,
'OP ROW: D. Riddles, K. Riebel, J. Rogers, F. Russell, S.
iutledge. ROW 2: R. Samon, D. Sarinske, L. Schell, N.
lchroeder, R. Sewell. ROW 3: G. Shepard, B. Sigmon, J
immons, B. Simonson, J. Simpson.
DISCOVERED! Coronet pledges Linda Schell, Sissy Heckel, and Nancy
James force fellow initiate Vicki Vaughan ro suffer with them on Pledge
Day, which was held October 16.
J. St. John
Coronets Contribute Spirit Projects,
SPIRIT DAY for Coronets was celebrated with a series of displays in the halls.
The iunior Coronets featured a Halloween theme with booster slogans for
the Enid game.
TOP ROW: R. Taylor, S. Taylor, S. Thacker, Jence Thomas
J. Thomas. ROW 2: N. Thomas, S. Thomas, D. Thompson
J. F. Thompson, J. K. Thompson. ROW 3: L. Thompson
K. Tigert, K. Tole, L. Townsend, P. Tubb.
OP ROW: L. Tucker, S. Tucker, L. Turo, V. Vahl-
lerg. ROW 2: C. Vanderford, J. Varner, J. Van-
Vyngarden, V. Vaughan. ROW 3: D. Violet, L.
'oegelein, M. M. Waldrop, M. Walker.
fu as if
"AND THEN one of the girls said to me . . ." Coronet sponsors Miss Taylor Miss Smith
Mrs. Ecton, Mrs. Glomset, Mrs. Vaclaw and Miss Sethney gossip over coffee.
Fete Basketball Team at Spring Banquet
B. J. Williams
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Lancers Ignite Spirit
IN KNIGHT LORE, Lancers were recognized defenders, always
ready to aid a Knight. In the ten-year life of Northwest, Lancers have
been loyal supporters of all Knightland activities.
In keeping with tradition, Lancers launched the school year with
"duc" season, which ended in the annual initiation party.
Lancer queen candidates were Marsha Daniels, Judy Kahler, Joyce
Kosted, Carol Pickens, and Jane Stangeland. Candidates were host-
esses at a party for club members and dates December 4. The queen
was crowned after a surprise announcement at the annual Christ-
mas formal in Municipal Auditorium's Mirror Room December 19.
Throughout the football and basketball seasons, club members
sold programs, attended games, and presented "capers" for a pep
President, First Semester
B. Paddock D. Smith R, Varner R. Brown R, VanNQ51rand
V. Pres. SGC. Treas. Duc Master Chapl,
TOP ROW R Aber T Bacon M Bourland S Charleston Cobb J Clark
Colley, C. Collier, P. Confer, B. Cook, P. S. Duncan, P. W. Duncan. ROW 2
M. Farrell, J. Fleetwood, J. Gregory, C. Hall, J. Hatchett, E. Hindman, J. King
D. Kramer, M. Luper, R. Lynn, MacTaggart, L. Marr. ROW 3: L. Noble, T. Noe
R. Pierce, C. Pierson, P. Ricks, S. Roach, D. Sears, J. Slaughter, D. Stuart, D. Syl
vester, B. Trummer, J. Vaughan. ROW 4: G. Walk, P. Walker, E. Warner, G
Wallace, M. Wych.
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nets, who graced m2-'h1k and serenity to the
scene. This is Cygnet mem-
Service projects giCygnet support. Mem-
bers ushered at ifrr tgiew pledges were en-
tertained at an ice sogigls :Si in?theijs'ch'oo,li?patio the first week
November 21 team with their
annual dinner-clanceviip in the new Shep-
herd Nlall. Cygnets the new entertain-
ment spot. The banquet?lfgaglrgiitzentgjtarintiment by club members N
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entitled "What Makes 'rake-off on tootoall. Spon- 1
sors, coaches, administratorsV5"ia1iTQf5th5ii wives were special guests.
President, first semester
H. MacKellar S. Walling S. Hodges C. Grubbs S. Vinson
Vice Pres. Sec. Asst. Sec. Treas. Asst. Treas.
Cygnets Preserve Knight Lore,
TOP ROW: B. Abrams, S. Abrams, A. Ackerman, C. Aken, B. Alaupovic, A. Allen, S. Allen, K. Alf, G. F. Anderson, G. Anderson, P. Ashford
'L. Austin. ROW 2: V. Austin, B. Baber, G. Baber, S. Bacon, S. Bailey, N. Baker, P. Baker, J. Ballew, K. Bar, S. Barfoot, S. Barker, J. Barnard. ROW 3
T. Barnes, C. Barnett, J. Barnett, K. Barrett, J. Bartusch, S. Basore, A. Baxt, M. Baxt, K. Bays, K. Beck, S. Belt, l. Benet.
TOP ROW: J. Bergquist, T. Berthelot, B. Berryhill, L. Bishop,
N. Block. ROW 2: L. Boaz, V. Boaz, B. Bond, D. Booker, J.
Borin. ROW 3: S. Bowerman, V. Bowers, P. Bragg, J. Branan,
F. Brewer. ROW 4: J. Brodnan, S. Broschek, J. A. Brown,
J. E. Brown,'K. Brown.
"CHARGE!" Cygnets energetically "bring 'em out of the hud
dle" at a football game.
Are Proud of Heritage
TOP ROW: S. Brown, J. Buchner, S. Burghart, M. Burks, C. Burnet, K. Burton, S. Busch, S. Butler, D. Callaway, B. Cammack, J. Capshaw, C. Carter.
ROW 2: S. Carter, L. Casey, D. Castle, J. Chaffin, C. Chaloupec, C. Chatham, J. Cherry, G. Childress, P. Christopher, M. Chronlster, B. Clark, P
Clark. ROW 3: G. Claunch, S. Clifton, E. Cline, K. Colburn, P. Cole, M. Collier, G. Collixs, S. Cook, B. Cooley, D. Cooley, C. Cooper, K. Cooper.
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CORRALLING CYGNETS into their respective buses is the last minute iob of Mrs.
Findly and Mrs. Harrison, club sponsors.
Back-fo-School Ice Cream Social
TOP ROW: A. Davis, C. Davis, D. Davis, J. Davis, P. Davis, D. Day, S. Day, C. Decker, C. Defeil, J. Derrick, M. DeWolfe, S. Dickerson. ROW 2: D. Dockrey,
P. Doll, D. Donceel, P. Dudley, D. Durrett, M. Eagin, S. Eagin, Y. Eastman, A. Eaves, C. Eckel, D. Ehrlich, J. Ehrlich. ROW 3: T. Ellis, S. Ells-
worth, S. Enyart, S. Ershacli, N. Farmer, S. Fern, A. Ferry, G. Fezzler, D. Filson, K. Finefrock, J. Finley, J. Fishel. ROW 4: S. Fitz, C. Flournoy, E.
Franks, S. Franks,' K. Frantz, K. Frazier, S. Freeny, M. Gardner, N. Gates, M. Gholston, R. Gobber, K. Goldman.
Graff J. Hanraty
Graham S. Harris
Graham T. Harry
Graham A. Hawkins
G. Gram C. Hawkins
Green S. Hawkins
N. Green N. Hawkinson
Hadaway S. Heare
. Haggard V. Heldenbrand
C. Hahn M. Helderman
H. Hall E. Henley
.Hall L. Herring
Halter D. Herrmann
Hamilton C. Hess
Hampton J. Hildebrand l
Goss N. Hanchette
Honors New Cygnef Members
TOP ROW: C. Hill, S. Hill, J. Hinton.
ROW 2: D. Hitt, D. Hollingsworth, M.
Huckabee. ROW 3: L. Hope, V. Hop-
kins, J.' Horne. ROW 4: L. Howard, P.
Howard, T. Howard.
"I KNOW my class ring is in there somewhere," cries Marty McPheeters, Cygnet president.
Seniors Nancy Farmer, Helen MacKellar, and Linda Cordell hurriedly dish out ice cream for
the September Cygnet ice cream social honoring new members.
TOP ROW: P. Hudson, C. Huges, B. Husband, S, Irwin, E. Jackson, S. Jackson, J. Jacobson, J. Jayne, K-. Jenks, S, Jennings, J. Jerlow, B. Johnson. ROW 2:
Janie Johnson, J. Johnson, G. Jones, J. Kahler, F. Kennedy, J. Kennedy, S. Kent, C. Kerschner, M. Kessler, J. Kiethly, K. Kincaid, C. S. King. ROW 3:
S. D. King, K. Kirkwood, H. Knox, T. Kohler, J. Kosted, M. Kosfed, C. Kuloaf, S. Lambert, M. Lane, J. Land, J. LaPlace, D. Legafe. ROW 4: C. Lessly,
L. Lewis, F. Liebman, 5. Lievsay, L. Lindsay, L. Lippoldt, D. Little, S. Little, P. Long, V. Lout, C. Lowe, S. Low.
Football Team Toasted, Spoofed
C. l-UCli6n L. Monfgomery
G. Lundien E, Mooney
P- l-USTGI' M. Moore
M. Machulis M, Morgan
S. Marchman S. Morgan
J. Marr L. Morin
M. Mauldin J. Morris
R. Maupin L. Moy
K. McClung K, Murphy
J. MCl.Ufe M, Murphy
S. McMahon S, Neal
C. Meachen C, Neill
J. Milburn S. Newell
M. Milburn J. Noble
G. Mitchell J. Norfleet
S. Mitchell A. Norlhrup
"WE NOW HAVE only 500 girls leff on the drop list." Mrs. Findly, head sponsor, jokes
to Mrs. Ball, Mrs. Willingham, Mrs. Dixon and Mrs. Harrison, sponsors.
OP ROW: J. Nowlin, S. Nowlin, C. Oakes, K.
ffuf. Row 2: M. Olson, N. Overman, P. Palo, P.
ansze. .ROW 3: S. Parker, S. Pearson, B, Pedigo,
. Pedigo. ROW 4: T. Perkins, J. Phillips,-A. Phin-
ey, C. Pickens.
uf Annual November Cygnef Banquet
TOP ROW: K. Pierce, K. Pinix, S. Poienzny, S. Poulsen, D. Pounds, P. Powell, C. Prevetr, M. Prevetr, L. Price, C. Pursel, J. Purdy, K. Puriti. ROW 2
D. Qualls, S. Raddis, B. Rathien,' M. Ray, K. Reiff, P. Reiff, C. Reynolds, M. Rhoden, K. Rhodes, B. Richards, G. Ridgeway, K. Robertson. ROW 3: C. Rob-
'inson, C. Roblyer, H. Rodel, J. Rogers, M. Rogers, T. Rogers, T. Rose, D. Rugg,J. Russell, D. Saied, M. Salathiel, L. Schanbacher.
TOP ROW: L. Stiver, L. Strong, G. 'Stotts, S. Stout.
ROW 2: L. Stratton, J. Suchy, S. Sutman, S. Swigert.
ROW 3: S. Tate, C. Taylor, M. Taylor, C, Teets.
D. Steer i
C. Stevenson .
Cygnets, Coronefs Combine
"WHAT do you mean, you can't find my whistle?" queries "Coach
Merideth", played by Sue Kent, of "Wayne Austin", portrayed by Sally
Swigert in the Cygnet banquet entertainment. '
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"NW", with Cygnets filling in The background.
for Spectacular Homecoming Show
TOP ROW: L. Terry, M. Thaler, P. Thomas, K. Thomason, D. Thompson, J. Thompson, J. Thomson, J. Thorton, N. Tillinghast, D. Todd, B. Townsend.
ROW 2: L. Tucker, C. Turner, M. Turner, L. Turney, T. Tver, J. Vaden, M. Valentine, L. Vandennieuwenhof, D. Vaughn, L. Wade, L. Wade, C. Walker
ROW 3: M. Walker, C. Walldrop, F. Wallen, P. Weber, S. Webster, C. Westmorelane, K. White, L. White, S. White, J. Wiles, C. Wilhoyte, D. Williams.
ROW 4: B. Wilson, C. Wilson, M. Wilson, J. Winkle, C. Witherspoon, C. Wolf, C. Wood, D. Woods, J. .Wright, P. Wright, S. Yancey, V. Yen.
DAWN HULETT CATHY GRUBBS
Falcon Princess Falcon Princess
Falcon Goals High
FALCONS, hunting birds of Medieval times, were remarkable
for their ability to soar high and always capture game. Falcon pep
club members have always tgiegl to live up to the high standards
traditional in their Freritarge. nsggl L
December 12 club members and
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guests at the traditrplnalg ,Quaid enty new Falcon mem-
bers were presented party.
Highlight of the2yea,r,s5,Asohial fp'Ci5Q2V'lTlQSlyVBS the Christmas dance
at Quail Creek CountFyifClUb'r'EJE-'Eejber 21 when the club queen
was crowned. She was presented a coat featuring the club in-
signia, a necklace, and a crown. Each of the princesses received a
necklace with their names on the back.
R. Holt F. Coy R. Forbes K. Long E Cole
V. Pres. Sec. Treas. Duc Master Chapl
TOP ROW C Alberts, J. Baumhaft, R. Clark, W. Keil, D.
Kramer ROW 2 M. Lovegrove, B. Lysaught, E. Mahanay, B.
Maxwell J Maxwell. ROW 3: A. Meadows, W. Morris, M,
Perkins G Poteet, D. Rose. ROW 4: M. Styron, B. Taylor, ADORNING THEIR BUS with signs of spirit the Falcons prepare for their annual
Thomas W Wilburn, T. Zinn. football bus trip.
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AS EARLY as September students met with college representatives for briefing. Barbara Danzinger and Sandra
Dorn consult with the Mount Holyoke representative.
TAKING ADVANTAGE of the last warm Clays of Indian
Summer, Susie Meister and Jim Stacy enioy an excursion
to the park.
September Briskly Sets the Stage
TYPICAL KNIGHT enthusiasm was exhibited for the new skateboard fa
which was included in the intramural program. Karlene Alt, Tripp Fezle
Mark Geller, Keith Buchwald, Merle Taylor, and Jonny Foster participat
SUMMER ebbed away and the life cycle of a student
body revived itself. ln the colorful kaleidoscope of
high school activities, the blur of sweltering heat and
madras cotton suddenly changed to football and knee
The pieces of this puzzle were faces, personalities,
and new experiences which were exciting to the fresh-
men and nostalgic for the upperclassmen. From the
first chaotic day the pattern was shaped by those who
call themselves Knights and Ladies.
Studying was at a low and spirit at a high while
Student Council debated, the "O" Club elected, and the
September was "money month," Howdy Week, the
football preview, the election of class officers and the
Shirin Ershadi and Bernd Hagenburg, the two foreign
exchange students, were warmly received and given
their first introduction to the American way of life.
NWC's exchange student, Bob Greer, was welcomed
back after a summer in Brazil.
The girls defeated the boys in the first paper drive
and after long, heated discussions the drives and park-
ing lots were given names in an all-school election.
September was a new beginning to an old tradi-
tion and an accepted way of life at Northwest Classen.
Forecasts Fast Pace
SEPTEMBER found spirit high as Knights prepared for the first
football game. Sally Swigert and Dan Pope brave brislqwinds to
decorate the goal posts.
HOWDY was the magic word at the first mixer of the year held annually to welcome students back to school. Freshmen
Jennifer Suchy and Roy Mote quickly caught the spirit of the September ll event.
VICTORIOUS Cheerleaders, Barbara Sigmon, Cindy Patterson, Kanda Kirkwood, Janis Nowlin, Nancy Green,
Cindy Williams, and Steva Fitz, proudly display the first place trophy they won at the State Cheerleader's
Clinic at Norman. This is the fourth consecutive year the Northwest group has taken this honor.
NUMBER ONE KNIGHT and Lady, Mr. and Mrs., J. Frank Malone,
view the Eiffel Tower in Paris during their European tour.
Mr. Malone inspected American schools on Army bases for the
National Association of Secondary School Principals.
School Settles Down
to Familiar Pattern
THE FIRST sign of autumn at Northwest was not
brisk weather. In the midst of Indian summer the
strangeness of blackboards and early morning ris-
ings soon disappeared, and students settled into the
familiar pattern of life in a large high school.
October's calendar was crowded with projects which
fused students into a united group. Student Council
worked with the PTSA to push its membership over the
top, and students celebrated with a patio mixer held
during sixth hour.
Response to the Emerson Proiect for underprivileged
children was strong, but the car decoration parade to
the Putnam City football game proved that students
still found time to play.
The girls gloated in their triumph over the boys in
the first paper drive and the new bonfire pit turned
out more successfully than the purple mache dragon
who never let out a fiery breath before the fire de-
partment condemned it as a safety hazard.
Seniors rallied on the annual bus trip to Enid, and
freshmen were surprised to learn that campaigning
for class officers is definitely not "traditional". All
students felt a setback in the "war on poverty"' as
AFS candy and publication packets went on sale simul-
ICTOBER found spirit running high as Knights and Ladies turned out for the
irst bonfire of the year.
can Education Week, students
,took over class instruction
-for one day. Mr. Vail's biol-
iogy students, David Rose,
Marcia Linn, and Dee Dee
Day banished their teacher
to the corner as they direct-
ed class work.
"BATTLE of the sexes . . . " Kerry Slack victori-
ously displays her contribution to the October
paper drive. Randy Fitzgerald ponders his defeat.
BEATLES, Barry, or L.B.J.? Knights and Ladies took an active part in the national presidential campaign. Jeff Webb, Diana
Snyder, and Cynthia Hawkins campaign for their favorite candidates.
Heated Campaign Stirs Students
A BIG football hero, and I knocked him down!" Randy Fitzpatrick wears a look of amazement in the first school play,
Time Out for Ginger." Looking on are Jill Morey, Ginger Ridgeway, Doug Chew, and Marty MCPl1eefEI'S-
IQORONATION of All-Sports Queen highlighted Homecoming activities. Viewing their royal subiects are Andy Husky, Cindy Williams, Jim Ikard, Chris
leynolds, Jerry Huddleston, Queen Janis Nowlin, Jim Carreker, Barbara Sigmon, Jim Stacy, Cindy Patterson, John Burrus.
l Gala Events Spice Knight Life
THE EXCITEMENT and flurry of special events gave
is gala effect to Knight Life in November.
X Comedy at its best was presented in the first all-
school play, Time Out For Ginger, starring a female
Friday the thirteenth brought a "Day Out Of The
'9ast" for NWC grads at Homecoming '64. The crown-
ng of the All-Sports Queen, Miss Janis Nowlin, and
he homecoming mixer climaxed the annual festivities.
The football team celebrated the end of a hard sea-
son at the Cygnet Banquet held at the new ballroom
in Shepherd Mall. Cygnets and their dates literally
"shook the rafters" at the dinner dance which opened
the whirl of holiday parties.
Seniors again grabbed the spotlight when a slate of
ten candidates were elected as Round Table Royalty.
The Knight and Lady of the Round Table is traditionally
kept secret until the May coronation.
YOU'VE GOTTA have spirit . . . " Cygnet
ep Club members vocalize in the shower
om skit at the annual football banquet
" . . . A MUSTANG, a mohair sweater, and a hair dryer." Pam Law- A NINE-DAY WHIRL through Mexico was a Christmas holiday treat
son doesn't feel she's too old to sit on Santa's knee and tell him her for twenty-two NWC students and five teachers. While in El Taiin
Christmas list. travelers climbed to the top of the Aztec ruins,
Trips, Treats Mark Holiday Whirl
CHICAGO-BOUND iournalists, Ann Taylor, Sandy Bacon, Diana Moses, Judy Noble, and Kevin Parrish, gave up their
Thanksgiving turkey dinners in order to attend the National Scholastic Press Association convention.
"READY MAESTRO?" Students were royally entertained at the DE Style Show by acts such as this one presented by Judy
Kahler and Randy James.
Entertainers Add to Christmas Spirit
KNIGHTS celebrated the holidays with a tradition and
pirit that transformed the school to a winter wonder-
nd decorated with the glow of Christmas. Club mem-
ers busied themselves with service proiects, the Cry-
lurs carolled at Penn Square, the art department decked
he halls and even the faculty caught the holiday spirit,
s they gathered at 7 a.m. December T7 for a break-
ast. The homemaking department provided table cen-
erpieces and decorations.
Seniors competed with the entire school during the
nnual Toys For Tots Drive climaxed by a mixer.
Talent, comedy, and fashions were combined in the
E Style Show during which the DE Queen finalists
The celebration of "Kiss-mass" was boosted by the
oys "O" Club Mistletoe sale when Santa himself de-
ivered the greenery in a green Model A Ford after ad-
Three queens were crowned at Christmas formals
iven by Key Club, Falcons, and Lancers.
Junior-Senior girls were hostesses at their annual holi-
The Red Cross sock tree was loaded as never before
ith socks for needy children. Each advisory's goal was
en pair of socks.
Key Club boys distributed forty-eight baskets of food
"MlCHAEL, row the boat ashore, Halleluiah . . . " Students took time out
of study halls during the Christmas season to add to holiday spirit.
THERE IS nothing that an athlete won't sacrifice for the 'O' Club . . . including his dignity. Members entertained Knights
and Ladies with the 'O' Club capers at a December pep rally.
True Christmas Meaning Personified
EXCHANGE STUDENTS Bernd Hagenburg, Shirin Ershadi, and Birgit
Schon were pleasantly surprised when Principal J. Frank Malone
presented them their Christmas presents from the student body . . .
IT WOULDN'T be Christmas at Northwest without advisory parties. Pizza,
phone calls to their parents.
fried chicken, and French fries dominated party menus.
iw' was 'ip--M f - f
DELIVERING party mistletoe to Pam Lawson are Kent "Santa" Ackerman and 'O' Clubber Mike Holdridge.
by Generous, Enthusiastic Knights
'JUST like a kid again . . . " Mike Holdridge has one last "HO . . . HO . . . HO . . ." Joe Fallin stops to admire the
omp with his teddy bear before handing him over to the hall decorations supplied by the art department.
oys For Tots Drive.
SERVING AS Pages during the spring legislative session were Warren Morris,
Torn Wolff, Tom Ragsdale, John Musgrave, Lynn McDonald, Terry Farmer, Steve
Carter, and Bob Greer.
New Focls Flourish
THE FIRST snowfall covered the building with a
white shroud that reflected 'a new seriousness toward
academic study. Holidays were over for three months
and semester tests loomed ahead. But the increase of
midnight oil did not dampen many spirits as students
began the new year with a never-ending round of ac-
The school was stunned with disbelief at the first
basketball loss of the season to top rival Midwest
City. Soon after, Student Council passed a resolution
to purchase a victory flag to be flown after all athletic
Seniors felt the first effects of graduation when they
ordered announcements, attended rush parties, and
did not receive enrollment blanks for the coming year.
Cowboy boots and ten gallon hats increased in pop-
ularity after the western mixer following the Putnam
City game, and western attire became the senior boys'
Comedy, pantomimes and dramatic cuttings gave stu-
dents an insight to the world of the stage in a drama
assembly presented by the speech department.
ALL RARIN' TO GO1o the western mixer are Gene Smiths Bobbie Arentz, Jim Carreker, and Carol Pickens.
"YOU MEAN that rubber band runs the whole thing?" Fascinated by the engine of a Super Sport,
Japanese grappletrs Tomohiso Hawago and Hideaki Yanagida investigate the American car with hosts
Gary Leascher and David Smith. The Japanese All-Stars wrestled at N W C January 23.
"ALL THIS in only five minutes?" Jeanne Jerlow tries to down a cupcake
purchased before school at one of the many bake sales held during the
year. Club projects were financed with proceeds from the sales.
RELAXING during the lnkslingers' Ball held for city Iournalists at Putnam
City High School are Northwest's candidates for Princess and Prince
of Print, Judy Kahler and Joe Fallin, Judy won the city title.
HAPPINESS is being elected Lady of Friendship. Cindy Patterson, escorted
by Dave Elder, registers happiness and surprise at being announced as
the friendliest girl at Northwest.
"ROSES are red . . .". Kenny Womack scans his collection of
Cupid Expresses. Proceeds from this unique tradition netted
AFS over ssoo.
LOYAL Knights will long remember the night of February 12 when Midwest City upset the Number One Knights in the NWC gym. Pep clubs, maioreftem and
cheerleaders enthusiastically brought their team onto the floor in traditional style,
Cagers, Cupid Express
Create February Flurry
HEARTS AND FLOWERS and a resemblance of chival-
ry appeared on Valentine's Day in the form of Cupid
Express. The romantic tradition of sending candy and
messages to fellow students is an annual proiect to
raise money for American Field Service.
The anxiously awaited announcement of the Knight
and Lady of Friendship nominees began the final royal-
ty election. The friendliest senior boy and girl were pre-
sented in a sixth hour Coronation.
Valentine's was also celebrated with the annual
Sweetheart Ball sponsored by the band and orchestra.
After much discussion in Student Council, the con-
troversy over voting regulations for the Echoes of the
Knights cover contest ended, and the entire student
body voted for the record cover of their choice.
Knights and Ladies socialized and danced to the music
of the Ho-Dads at a mixer in the gym after the Capitol
The last home game was soon followed by the year's
last all-school play, Cheaper By The Dozen. The up-
roarious comedy delighted audiences both nights it was
presented in the school auditorium.
"ARE father's problems really 'Cheaper by the Dozen'?" asks Robert
Holt. Cast members of the all-school play include Jan Wampler, Craig
Busey, Robert Holt, and Karen Jenks.
PREPARING FOR the lead role in the Mummer's Theatre production of
"The Diary of Anne Frank" Northwest iunior, Judy Stewart, receives
instructions from director Jack Jones,
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SENIOR Top Teens Bill Grimes and Cindy Patterson enioy a picnic in the
park to celebrate their election. Bill was elected Top Teen for the
second time, Cindy for a record-breaking fourth time.
TAKING time out from studies and activities are Kent Carnahan
and Suzanne Martin, Freshman Top Teens.
SWINGING into spring Top Teens Diane Reynolds and
Wayne Gary of the iunior class relish the new season.
Wayne was elected for the third straight year.
Top Teens Chosen
in Class Election
TOP TEEN election, sponsored by the Shield, was initiated
during the first year of the school's history in an effort to recogf
nize the outstanding boy and girl in each class.
No publicity was given the election prior to the voting in an '
effort to minimize campaigning, no runoff election was held.
Announcement of winners was made in a March Shield scoop.
REMINISCING about the year's events are Sophomore Top Teens Johnny Reeves
and Gloria Lundien. Gloria is repeating as her class' outstanding teen.
Boys' 'C' Club Selects
'65 All-Sports Queen
THE BOYS' "O" CLUB annually nominates five senior
girls for All-Sports Queen. Competing for the 1964-65
title were Janis Nowlin, Cindy Patterson, Chris Reyn-
olds, Barbara Sigmon, and Cindy Williams.
Nominated' by active members, candidates were
presented at the Homecoming Assembly November
I3 where the queen was crowned.
Queen Janis Nowlin and her attendants were then
honored at the Homecoming game with U.S. Grant.
Princess of Basketball ancl
CHRIS REYNOLDS BARBARA SIGMON CINDY WlLLlAMS
Princess of Tennis, Golf, and Princess of Football and Baseball Pflnfess Qf Swimming and
Cross Country Track
Round Table Royalty
Presenfed on May 20
Round Table Princess
Round Table Queen
Round Table Princess
CANDY LOONEY MARTY McPHEETERS
Round Table Princess Round Table Princess
Round Table King
YEARBOOK staff members nominated ten girls and
ten boys from the Senior class for Round Table Royalty.
These names were submitted to the student body in
an election which narrowed the list to five girls and
five boys. Finalists were Kanda Kirkwood, Julie Levin,
Candy Looney, Marty McPheeters, Susie Meister, Craig
Busey, Dave Elder, Jonny Foster, Bill Grimes, and Jim
Following an extensive campaign in November, the
king and queen were chosen in an all-school election.
Their coronation was the highlight of the yearbook
assembly May 20.
Round Table Prince
CRAIG BUSEY DAVE ELDER BILL GRIMES
Round Table Prince Round Table Prince Round Table Prince
Friendliesf Couple Tabbed F ' I
in Valentine Assembly
Princess of Friendship
Lady of Friendship
Princess of Friendship
SUSIE MEISTER JANIS NOWLIN
Princess of Friendship Princess of Friendship
Knight of Friendship
FIVE senior boys and girls were nominated for
Knight and Lady of Friendship by the iunior and senior
classes, all students voted in the final balloting. The
candidates were chosen on the basis of friendliness
Cindy Patterson and Jonny Foster were crowned
Knight and Lady of Friendship at the annual assembly,
attended by Julie Levin, Helen MacKellar, Susie Meister,
Janis Nowlin, Craig Busey, Dave Elder, Bill Grimes, and
Prince of Friendship
DAVE ELDER BILL GRIMES
Prince of Friendship Prince of Friendship Prince of Friendship
The first decade of sports at NWC
will go down in the record books
as a spectacular history of bold accomplishment.
Boosted by clubs, parents, band, and student body,
Knight teams have well deserved the limitless enthusiasm
of their fans.
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VARSITY-FRONT ROW: J. Hill, S. Carter, D. Blaschke, G. Booher, T. O'Toole, R. Loeffler, B. Griggs, B. Allen, B. Hammack, J. Bado. ROW 2: J.
Carreker, D. Keim, A. Husky, B. Case, J. Huddleston, D. Simon, cj Busey, R. Foster, D. Sas, D. Elder, J. Burrus, M. Holdridge, W. Austin. ROW 3:,
S. Wheeler, Nl. McGuire, E. Blalock, M. Overby, G. Clinton, A. Lukehart, R. Mims, E. Doling, T. Killip, K. Ackerman, L. West, D. Dunlap, J. Green, A.
Pitzer. TOP ROW: R. Ramee, manager, R. Elder, manager, Coaches J. Haynes, C. Carpenter, H. Meridethp J. Morris, manager, M. Ash, manager.
Varsity Squad lncludes 20 Seniors
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on the first and eight on the second teams, finished
nasessrss A sss T is i'rt the Season with 6 4-5-1 mark'
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... feated Capitol Hill 19-14 and was rated sixth in the
state The followin week Bill Grimes was selected
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' Grimes 3 2 20
Keim 2 8 20
Austin 2 2 14
Busey 1 61
O'Toole 1 6
Blaschke 2 12
Huddleston 2 12
Hammack Safety 2
First downs 1 13
Total yards rushing 15831
Total yards passing 520'
Total points NWC 99
Total points OPP. 109,
Touchdown passes 3
Touchdown runs 11
Extra point runs 2
Extra point kicks 8
STRATEGY at a crucial moment in the game is discussed by Coaches Haynes and Merideth. Total POil'1iS passing 18
Total points rushing 66
I ANDY HUSKY MIKE HOLDRIDGE
i Guard Tackle
RANDY FOSTER CRAIG BUSEY DAVE ELD
Center Quarterback Tackle
I WAYNE AUSTIN JIM CARREKER
, Halfback Guard
I All-City All-City
I KNIGHT GRIDIRON play for 1964 was a mixture
Ef thrilling finishes along with some heartbreakers.
our of the games were not decided until the fourth
Spotting Del City a first quarter touchdown, the
-Knights came back with 14 points in the next two
uarters, defeating the Eagles 14-0. This marked the
econd straight year NW had defeated the Eagles in
he season's opener. Bill Grimes and halfback Baxter
ase were leading ground gainers with 98 and 66
ards on 15 carries apiece.
,Played before a crowd of 7500, the Knights and
Bombers fought to a standoff until three minutes and
5 seconds were left 'in the fourth quarter when Rip
an Winkle skirted right end for 15 yards and the only
touchdown of the.game. Freeman added the extra
point, and the score was 7-0, Midwest City. The game
was almost even in statistics, 174-173, the Bombers
gained one more yard than Northwest.
For the first time in five years, Northwest triumphed
over the Harding Eagles 23-6. Led offensively by
quarterbacks Craig Busey and Terry O'Toole, both
scored one touchdown and O'Toole passed for another
to end Dennis Keim. With the score 16-O, Harding's
Bill Roark returned a fourth quarter kick off 90 yards
for the Eagles' only offensive threat.
BAXTER CASE DENNIS KEIM JOHN BURRUS
Halfback End End
Feature Close Finishes
SPILLED by John Marshall tacklers, Quarterback Craig Busey is pulled down for
a short loss in the Knights' 22-14 loss.
DAVID sAs BILLY ALLEN JERRY HUDDLESTON JIM HILL BOB HAMMACK
End Halfbadf H-'ilfbBCls Guard Defensive Back
DAN BLASCHKE LEONARD WEST RUSTY LOEFFLER GLEN BOOHER ROGER MIMS
Fullback Guard Quarterback End Defensive Back
Victory Cver Redskins Highlights Season
STOPPED by two Eagle defenders, Dan Blaschke is halted for short yardage in
the 23-6 defeat over Harding.
FOR only the second Time in 11 years, the Knights
stunned the Redskins from Capitol Hill 19-14. Led by
fullback Grimes, who rushed for 226 yards in 17 car-
ries, a touchdown of 87 yards in the Third quarter was
the deciding factor.
Keim hauled in a 13-yard pass from Busey, and
Wayne Austin went five yards up the middle for The
Knights' two previous scores.
ln their first district contest of the year, Northwest
and inspired Putnam City fought to a O-O standoff.
As the clock ran out, the Knights were on the Pirates'
one-foot liner this penetration resulted in the Knights'
being declared technical winners. NW outgained the
Pirates 179-117 yards. '
A come-from-behind victory of 22-14 was handedl
John Marshall before 5,000 Taft Stadium fans, mark-
ing the ninth straight Triumph of The year for the
Bears. NW went ahead in The second quarter, only to
have the Bears tie the score in The last play of the firsti
half and score three more touchdowns in the second
Losing to the Troians the next week 14-18 pushed
the Knights To the bottom of the district race with a.
A LOOK of amazement is worn by Billy Allen as he catches a pass for a 16-yard
gain in the Grant skirmish.
Injuries Plague Knights
TRAVELING to Enid, the Knights were defeated 19-O
by the Class Triple A State Champion Plainsmen who
rolled up 344 yards rushing to the Knights' 184. North-
west managed only 19 yards in the second half. Grimes'
leg was broken in the closing seconds of the first half
and his services were lost for the season.
Austin led the Knights past the Shawnee Wolves
'7-6 on a.rain-soaked field in a game marred by inter-
mittent downpours. Austin gained 147 yards in -17
carries, which was 17 more yards than accounted for
by the entire Shawnee team.
In the season's finale, Grant guard Robert Mills
booted a 15-yard field goal with two minutes left in
the final quarter to spoil Northwest's homecoming 10-8.
lt: was only the third victory all year for the Generals.
The Knights outdistancecl the Generals in total yardage
213 to 164.
BOB GRIGGS TOM Kll.l.lP
MIKE OVERBY ERNEST DOLING
TERRY O'TOOl.E JOHN BADO
ED BLALOCK DANNY SIMON
BRINGING DOWN Knight B-squadder Ferrell Bussing proves a tough chore for the Del City LEAPING for a high pass in the Harding
defender. The Knights went on to win 26-6. game is end Bob Pruitt.
Junior Varsity Led by New Coach
THE KNIGHTS' Junior Varsity, led by new coach John
Schwartz, finished the season's campaign 5-2-1. . . -in i,ll g... .5
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year Duniee fell 14-12. ln their first appearance at Taft
Stadium, the Junior Varsity trounced Edmond 44-O.
Leading the Knights offensively were Jim Ellis and
Ferrell Bussing in the Knights' backfield, Anchoring the
line were Mike Davis, Larry Govin, Steve Grimes, Joe
Mallonee, and John Green.
The Knights totaled l2O points to their opponents'
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T. Srmonson, D. Warnberg. ROW 2: G. Clinton, T. Scott, M. McGuire, M. McCreary, R. Woodward, G. Sparks, B. Funclerburk, A. Pitzer, J. Clay, R.
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, .- , . , . ison, . aterman. ROW 3: T. Zinn, R. Heare, B. Allen, S. Grimes, L. Dolen, R. Mims, B. Pruitt, G. Booher,
J. Julian, S. King, R. Early, E. Kardokus, Coach J. Schwartz. TOP ROW: F. Yeagley, J. Blackburn, L. Gee, H. Boucher, J. Mallonee, C. Ogden, G.
Smith, K. Brownley, J. Ellis, J. Pace, J. Green.
C-SQUAD-FRONT ROW: L. Williams, J. Germann, A. Harper, G. Steves, B. Held, T. Zachritz, K. Carnahan, P. Hudson, M. Ackerman, P. Barbee, J. Webb,
D. Husky. ROW 2: M. Wilder, C. Shepard, J. Gilbert, J. Thompson, S. Lytle, M. Morgan, A. Sykes, C. Wilkinson, J. Moffatt, S. Peck, R. Nigh, L.
Carlson. ROW 3: R. Jackson, R. Hurt, M. Keim, D. Polk, R. Ratcliff, S. Scott, B. Gallop, D. Runyan, J. Baker, D. Bays, K. Gatewood, M. Porter. TOP
ROW: D. Arnn, manager, D. Clark, S. Jacobson, F. McGregor, D. Holden, M. Goddard, T. Miller, S. Miller, D. Tidholm, T. Brady, S. Musallam,
'B. Perry, Coach P. Harriss.
Little Knights Win Seven Straight Games
THE LITTLE KNIGHTS finished their campaign with
seven straight wins and one tie after dropping their
opener to Jarman 24-O. Jarman was also the only
team to score more than six points against them.
The C-squad held six of their nine opponents to
no score and trounced three of their foes by more
than 33 points. They piled up 175 points to their op-
The biggest victory came when they defeated previ-
ously unbeaten Capitol Hill 12-O. Mark Keim and Phil
Hudson were standouts on the team all year.
HAULING IN a pass off the fingertips of a Douglass Troian is Curt Shepard.
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CROSS COUNTRY-FRONT ROW: R. Edwards, B. Deeds, J. Ukena, R. Browning, T. Payne, D. Kuykendall, R. Covington, R. lnglish. ROW 2: K2 Vrooman, G. God-
dard, M. Johnson, J. Anderson, C. Mangum, M. Howard, C. Morgan, S. McNeill. TOP ROW: Coach R. Irwin, S. Foster, J. Powell, A. Downs, S. Pallesen, C.
Bender, M. Tinnen, D. Riebel, D. Browning, D. Dancy, J. Davis, manager.
Cross Countrymen Finish Second in Mid-State,
CONGRATULATIONS are offered David Kuykendall by team-
mates John Anderson, Rod Browning, and Ralph Edwards after
David's second-place finish in the Mid-State conference meet.
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second in the Mid-State race, only 4 points behind Midwest City.
New Coach Rex lrwin's Knights ended The season with a 5 win, 2
loss record in dual and triangular meets. David Kuykendall, holder J
of The season's most points, placed second at The Mid-State meet.
Earning letters were Kuykendall, Torn Payne, Rod Covington,
Bill Deeds, Ralph Edwards, Jay Ukena, Rod Browning, Chuck Mor-
gan, Glen Goddard, Steve McNeill, Ken Vroornan, and Ron lnglish.
the weekly time trial, Tom Payne is clocked by
HARRIERS John Anderson, Bill Deeds and Chuck Morgan set the pace at the start
of the All-City meet.
ost a 5-2 Record in Dual, Triangular Meets
ARMUP laps mark the beginning of an after-school workout for Jay Ukena, Glenn LEATHEWLUNGER Rod COVFHQTOFI QGSPS f0I' Elf iflef The lFlTel'1Se
odclard, and Chuck Morgan. city race.
"YOU got us into thisp you get us out!" Steve King tells
Tom Stacy during an intramural wrestling match.
TRAPPED Joe Fallin struggles valiantly as Roberta Johnson and Steve Grimes puzzle
over their friend's predicament.
DISPLAYING the form that won them trophies in bowling competition are Steve
Grissom and Betty McNeil. Betty also won last year's bowling crown.
"YOU'D best believe it's 30-Love-L-U-V!" says Janie Jacobson
to Bob Greer after a friendly game of intramural tennis.
Intramurals Keep Pace
With the Latest Trends
TO KEEP PACE with the changing interest of students,
the intramural committee of Student Council added two
new sports, skateboard and wrestling, to the intra-
Tennis coach David Hoke served as faculty director,
Tom Stacy and Glen Booher were Student Council com-
mittee chairmen, directing the fourteen activities on the
All events were scheduled after school and on Sat-
urdays. Athletes participating in the school athletic
program were eligible to compete only in intramural
sports in which they were not otherwise involved.
First and second semester winners were listed on
plaques hanging near the student store.
Competition began in September with football, tol-
lowed by the new popular tad, skateboard. Next came
bowling, volleyball, and chess.
The new skateboard contest drew 1,25 entries for
the all-day tourney which was held on the hill south of
Jonny Foster captained teams which won basketball
and volleyball events. Team members were Jim Cheath-
am, John Burrus, Richard Pate, Ken Harper, and Jim
lkard. Ikard, a varsity basketball player, participated
only in volleyball.
One of the most popular events, ping pong, was
dominated by singles and doubles winners, Dawn
Hulett, Danny Simon, and Bobby Griggs. Brothers
Mark and John Harris reached the finals in chess where
they were deadlocked in a stalemate which called for
a split championship.
A recap ot spring sports will be included in the
RIDING the wild surf is Robert Holt, who won first
in two of three divisions in the skateboard meet.
READY to take on all challengers is muscular Jack "Flex" Scudder and
studious Randy Waterman.
WINNING football Intramurals were "Grangy's Terrors": Dennis Tatum, Gary Kizziar
Carl Jensen, Mike Tate, Kenny Womack, Allen Doll, Greg Crum, Merle Taylor, and
VARSITY-FRONT ROW: K. Womack, J. Mosely, G. Kizziar, K. Phelps, M. Page. ROW 2: G. Crum, C. Jensen, J. Scott, W. Austin, F. Loyd. TOP ROW
Cqach Don Van Pool, D. Gibbs, L, Gatewood, C. Ogden, M. Tate, J. lkard,S. Ritter, mgr.
Knighfs Capfure Mid-Sfafe Crown
POURING in another two points against the Shawnee Wolves is
hustling guard Gary Kizziar,
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guard is Kenny Womack.
Count 19 Wins
DEFENDING Class AA champs, Knights returned
l four of tive starters oft last year's state champion-
i ship team: John Scott, Mike Tate, Jim lkard, and
i Gary Kizziar.
l Mid-State roundball crown was cinched February
i 23 when the Knights edged Shawnee 48-46, post-
, ing a 12-2 record, one game ahead of the Douglass
'Trojans C11-31. NW counted 19 wins in regular
l In the season's opener, Class A number one
team, Northeast, ventured in Knightland and was
subdued 81-69. John Scott set a new rebounding
record, hauling in 20, and scored 14 points. Center
Mike Tate was high point man with 16 points.
Another trophy was added to the basketball
' team's bulging trophy case when Coach Don Van
Pool's cagers journeyed to Tulsa and overcame
handily three northern teams: Muskogee C62-331,
l host Tulsa Hale C64-551, and Enid C63-491.
In the second game Tate pumped in 23 points to
help place himself on the All-Tournament team
along with John "Scooter" Scott and hustling guard
l In their first Mid-State encounter, Northwest es-
caped with a 67-64 victory over perennially tough
Douglass. Once again Mike Tate poured in 21 points
and snagged 14 rebounds to pace the Knights in
' Victories over Harding and Grant boosted the
win column to 7 for the season and 24 in a row
over a two-year period.
TWO TROJANS try vainly to stop Larry Gatewood from scoring. V
HALFTIME dressing room scene finds Coach Van Pool explaining the "one and one
situation" to his roundballers. Coach Van Pool was tapped for City and State
Coach of the Year Honors in 1964.
KENNY WOMACK GARY KIZZIAR JIM IKARD JOHN SCOTT MIKE IATE
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Final Games Crucial
BOMBER and Knight fans packed into Midwest Citys
small gym to see a fiercely competitive contest go into
overtime. Midwest City upset the,Knights 60-58.
Junior Larry Gatewood appearing in his first starting role
for the Knights, sank 17 points as he led his team to a
72-53 raking of Putnam City.
Ninety-four points poured in by NW January 15 against
Grant established a new school scoring record. Five men
tallied in double figures as senior Ikard made 21 points,
Gatewood and Tate, 17 points each.
The gap was 35 points as the buzzer sounded ending the
Capitol Hill game in the Knights' gym. The Redskins were
outclassed 88-53. Scott and Kizziar were high point men
with 17 and 14 points, respectively.
A turnaway crowd of 2,000 iammed the Pirate gym to
watch Kizziar outmaneuver his defenders to score his career
high of 21 points and set up other goals with productive
passes to spoil homecoming for Putnam City C75-631.
Once again the Knights mastered the Enid Plainsmen,
although the score C62-605 was much closer than that of
their first meeting.
Never before had so many people clamored to see the
Knights play as when Douglass came across town in an
attempt to sidetrack the Knights' Mid-State fortunes. A
decisive 90-73 triumph boosted NW to a full game ahead
of the Troians.
Shawnee's "slow down" strategy was unsuccessful as
the Knights prevailed 29-21. For the sixth time in two years
Enid was tripped C64-601 by the Purple and Gold.
A tension-packed game, marked by disputed plays,
resulted in Northwest's heartbreaking loss C55-511 to arch
rival Midwest City. Excited fans filled the Knights' gym by
6:30 p.m., a full hour before game time, and fire marshalls
locked the outside doors.
Ikard was top man with 19 points and 16 rebounds as
the Knights stopped Harding Eagles H66-541 for the second
time this season.
Capitol Hill was eight points ahead with three minutes
to play, but the determined Knights made a breathtaking
comeback to escape with a 55-52 victory.
The following Tuesday NW faced a crucial test with
Shawnee to gain clear-cut possession of the Mid-State con-
ference crown. Once more the Knights were forced to come
from 12 points behind with three minutes left in the game
to ease past the inspired Wolves 48-46.
NO, lT'S NOT a pelican, but forward John Scott hauling down a rebound early in the
third quarter of the cagers' 29-21 conquest over Shawnee February 2.
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satility that made him one of Northwest's high scorers
"B"-SQUAD-FRONT ROW: M. Page, J. Moseley, B. Cheatham, J. Musgrave, D. Daniel, R. Page, D. Walters. TOP ROW:
W T. Wolff, mgr. R. Baumberger, J. Swartzendruber, T. O'Toole, C. Ogden, S. Wilson, M. McCreary, F. Loyd, T. Jones, P.
'B' Team Staggers Foes With 36 Wins
A SPECTACULAR 36-win streak, spanning a two-
"ear period, was recorded by Coach Jerry Haynes' "B"
bam. The season's tally was 16-O.
Leading scorers were Mike Page, with 140 points,
avid Gibbs, 114, and Frosty Lloyd, 100. Tops in the
bound department was 6'5" Charles Ogden. Other
utstanding players were sophomores Bill Cheatham,
im Schwartzendruber, Steve Wilson, and Terry
Narrow victories over conference teams were posted
s Northwest slipped by Douglass 73-69, Enid 49-41,
nd Shawnee 54-53. Northeast's Vikings came nearest
0 upsetting the Knights as they were beaten by only
two-point margin, 42-40.
The season's biggest victory was the 83-51 trounc-
g of Capitol Hill.
The C-squad, coached by Mr. Phil Harriss, finished
e year with a 6-4 record. Highlights of the season
ere decisive wins over Capitol Hill C51-23, 56-171
nd Putnam City.
High scorer was Mike Sutter whose total points were
lmost twice the combined efforts of the other team
embers. Tim Eaker and Don Greenamyer were tops
the rebound department.
Performances turned in by both "B" and "C" squads
dicate that the Knights will continue for some time
occupy a top spot in state basketball circles.
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Bright Prospects Forecast for Cagers
'C" SQUAD-FRONT ROW: M. Merchant, S. Campbell, B. Emmert, P. Hudson, K. Carnahan, J. Held, D. Greenamyer, M. Sutter. TOP
ROW: M. Rogers, P. Spaulding, R. Harrison, D. Loving, T. Eaker, G. Lemmon, F. McGregor, J. Baker, G. Graham.
VARSITY SWIM TEAM-FRONT ROW: D. Wytlaw, T. Stacy, P. Cotter, B. Pruitt, P. Barbee, J. Myracle, J. Wytlaw. ROW 2: C. Johnson, C. Rhodes, R. Hulett, D
Dougall, J. Dewey, J. Bishop, S. Wilsey. TOP ROW: Coach Charles Carpenter, J. Noble, G. Smith, D. Tidholm, J. Ulrich, M. Goddard.
Swimmers Take Second in Mid-State
GASPING for breath, diver Dave Whytlaw splashes through a rigorous workout. PERFECTION of form is patiently sought by Dave Dougall.
BROTHERS David and Jim Whytlaw work on a one-and-a half forward dive
during a practice session at the Taft pool.
FRESHMAN Jim realizes he must work hard to measure up to
David's high standards. He hopes to fill the spot his brother will vacate.
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leg of the 200-yard free style relay. Gene Smith and
John Ulrich offer encouragement.
l Swim Team Features
Newcomers, 3 Veterans
WITH ONLY THREE of last year's top ten swimmers
returning, Northwest claimed Mid-State runner-up posi-
tion, missing first place by only seven points, and
won third in the city meet.
Team captain David Whytlaw contributed substan-
tially to his team's standing by taking first place in
both City and Mid-State meets in diving and the 400-
yard free style.
Coach Charles Carpenter's inexperienced squad was
beaten in the City meet by Harding and John Marshall.
Both schools also outclassed the Knights in dual meets
before NW met their first conference foe, Enid, over-
whelming them 52-43.
Next Capitol Hill was left in the Knights' wake 74-
17. A barrage of first places by NW swimmers resulted
in the Douglass swimmers being the third straight
conference team to be decisively defeated by the
Grant's Generals edged the Knights who promptly
came back for a victory over Putnam City.
Proving stronger than previous Midwest City edi-
tions, Bomber swimmers swam past Northwest 57-38.
Knights iourneyed to Ponca City where all swim-
mers turned in top performances before veteran Ponca
swimmers slipped past them 50-45.
Since only two of the most valuable swimmers, Dave
Dougall and Whytlaw, are seniors, next year's team,
profiting from this year's experience, should show
CLOWNING before a practice session are returning Iettermen Gene Smith, Bob Pruitt
iuniorsp David Whytlaw and Dave Dougall, seniors.
FRESHMAN swimming star Jim Walkup displays the form that earned him a berth on the varsity swimming team. Jim was the only member of
the team who qualified in the State Meet.
TRYING for a single leg takedown against his Japanese opponent is Jerry Huddlest
Wrestlers Finish Strong
With 5 Straight Wins
FINISHING the season with a 7-2 record in dual
meets, Knight grapplers reached their peak the latter
part of their schedule with five consecutive wins.
In tournament competition, wrestlers placed third
in the Edmond Invitational and City meets. Out of a
field of I6 teams participating in the annual Geary
tournament, Knights came in a strong fifth place, best-
ing city champions John Marshall.
Northwest opened its dual meets with a I9-I4 win
over Capital conference foe Classen and a 21-I8 vic- I
tory over Putnam City.
ln January, a traveling Japanese All-Star team at-
tracted wide attention when they completely outclassed
all Oklahoma opponents.
Although the visitors blanked their hosts in matches, 1
they apparently left a favorable mark on their new I
friends. The Knights never lost another match, winning X
the following five consecutive meets: Midwest City
22-14, Douglass 27-ll, Norman 23-9, Harding 24-I I, I
Capitol Hill 38-O.
The top five scorers during the regular season were
Van Bumpas 96, Johnny Reeves 77, David Smith 71, l
Ralph Rogers 58, Jerry Huddleston 50.
Six boys qualified for the state meet: Bumpas,
Reeves, Mike Andrews, Smith, Kenneth Cochran, and
TOP team scorer Van Bumpas uses a pin hold to help post another victory over Harding.
VARSITY WRESTLING-FRONT ROW: S. Methenv, V. Bumpas, D. Smith, J. Reeves, G. Leascher, J. Garrett, J. Huddleston. ROW 2: K. Cochran, M. Andrews, A.
Husky, M. Mitchell, R. Rogers, T. Martin. TOP ROW: M. Geller, D. Mackey, mgr., B. Bunch, M. Corry, J. Martine, J. Ashpaugh, R. Waterman, J. Pansze, G.
Zanovich, T. Johnson, M. Blaschke, S. Wadley, E. Teague, mgr.p Leonard Marcatte, coach.
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INTENSITY of feeling during a wrestling match is reflected by Mike Mitchell, Coach
Marcotte, and David Smith.
Van Bumpas Gary Leascher David Smith Jim Garrett Mike Mitchell
Jerry Huddlegion Mike Andrews Kenneth Cochran Andy Husky Ralph Rogers
Rugged Sporf Demands Sfricf Training,
ABOUT TO LOSE an eye is Jerry Huddleston, as his Nipponese foe applies a crossface.
-SQUAD-FRONT ROW: M. Seeley, R. Vann, M. Rowten, M. Adams, J. May. TOP ROW: D. Husky, T. Gibson, M. Coughlin, J. Morris, mgr., T. Miller, R. Thurman,
oach H. Meredith.
ORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT are given Jerry Huddlesion by Coach Marcone A HAND STAND by David Smith's Harding opponent is all that
nd Tom Miller. keeps him from being pinned.
GIRLS' SOFTBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: N. Reyes, L. Myers, E. Brehm. ROW 2: B. Davis, C. Rowten, D. Geiger, J. Thompson.
TOP ROW: B. Beausang, S. Rendel, E. Howard, Coach W. Lovett.
CHAMPION batters help produce championship teams. Top four sluggers
were Linda Myers, Ellen Howard, Betsy Beausang, and Becky Davis.
2 City Championships
SPORTSWOMEN produced a district and city champion-
ship softball team for the second straight year and the city
swimming crown for the fourth consecutive year.
Coach Waynoka Lovett's softball team opened its season
by overwhelming John Marshall, Harding, and Star Spen-
cer by scores of 14-7, 8-5, 15-O, respectively.
The team's success was due mainly to exceptional pitch-
ing by Ellen Howard and leading hitters Betsy Beausang
Linda Myers, and Becky Davis.
An inexperienced volleyball team won two out of eight
games, defeating Classen and Southeast. Returning letter-
women were Lincla and Judy Vandennieuwenhof, out-
standing players were Ann Mahan and Nelda Reyes.,
With only three letterwomen reporting for basketball,
the team managed iust two wins. ln the final game, the
girls scored 40 points against Central, beating them 40-28.
Swimmers splashed to top ratings under the supervision
of Coach Margie Smith. Returning letterwomen were Katie
and Jeanie Thornton, Tish Ellis, Janice Carlton, Sherry Shee-
han, and Pam Crotts.
Highlight of the season was the 88-78 defeat of Hard-
ing's swim team, annually NW's strongest city competition.
ln the state meet in Bartlesville Feb. 26-27, all nine girls
representing NW qualified for the finals and received
medals. Entries in the various divisions numbered l50.
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IRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: K. Kinsey, J. Butenhoff, J. Vandennieuwenhof, L. Mahan, M. Gholston. ROW 2: N. Reyes, L.
yers, J. Thompson, L. Roberts, S. Voorhies. TOP ROW: J. Gilson, J. Marr, S. Ewing, A. Mahan, Mrs. Lovett, coach.
"TRlPPED over a canary cage?" Sportswomen Ellen Howard and Becky
Davis snicker as they assist Coach Waynoka Lovett to the dressing room.
Mrs. Lovett sprained her ankle at home when she tripped over her
makes perfect is a good motto for sportswomen. Warming
an important volleyball game are- Jo Butenhoff, Linda Myers,
GIRLS SWIMMING TEAM-FRONT ROW: K. Thornton, D. Moses, J. Little, F. Lane, J. Thornton, P. Crotts, P. Dulaney, T. Cabell. ROW 2: T. Ellis, C. Green,
P. Wright, J. Wright, D. Day, B. Abrams, J. Carleton, C. Hansen, C. Carleton. TOP ROW: Miss Smith, coach, S. Thomas, M. K'utz, J. Kahn, S. McCormick, J
Humphries, S. Day.
Another Successful Pool Season Posted
"SAFETY FIRST," insists Miss Margie Smith, swimming coach, to
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HI-AST one in is a ' . . H Sister mam Katy and Jeanie :ana oses mor ie Saving is taught by Miss Smith to swimmers
Thornton took diving honors in the city swim meet.
lGlRLS BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT
WROW: M. J. Smith, D. Geiger, N. Reyes,
C. Rowten. ROW 2: P. Crotts, L. Myers,
XECUTING the iackknife which helped her win second place in city and
"GOALTENDlNG is against the rules, girls!" Esther Brehm and Sharon Rendel
tate competition is freshman Peggy Dulaney. prddlce during basketball season.
Girls Participate in Variety of Sports
E. Brehm, M. Murphy, J. Thompson, J.
Riley, TOP ROW: B. Beausang, D. Steer,
S. Rendel, E. Howard, S. Ewing, Coach
JUDY MARR TISH ELLIS
Pres. V. Pres.
JEANIE THORNTON PENNY POWELL
TOP ROW: B. Abrams, B. Beausang, J. Carlton, P.
Crotts. ROW 2: B. Davis, M. deCardinez, B. Downum,
J. Gilson. ROW 3: E. Howard, M. Murphy, J. Riley,
S. Thomas. ROW 4: J. Thompson, K. Thornton, J.
Vandennieuwenof, S. West.
"DO YOU THINK you can get these sold during Advisory?" asks Penny .Powell, treasurer of Ellen
Howard, historian, Judy Vandennieuewenof, sgt. at arms, and Betsy Beausang, chaplain
O-Clubs Stress Service,
PRIMARILY service clubs, both Boys and Girls "O"
Clubs are composed. of students who earn a letter in
at least one sport.
Girls annually sponsor candy and bake sales to help
finance the club's annual weekend trip in May. This
year a paper drive was added to the money-making
"O" Clubs shared operation of the concession stands
for home games. Boys used their part in helping to
pay for the January banquet where initiation for foot-
ball and cross country lettermen was held. Also formal-
ly initiated were those boys who lettered in spring
sports last year. Officers were installed at this time.
Girls held their traditional Club Christmas party, en-
tertaining orphans from a local home. Two initiations
were held: January 18, first semester letterwomen were
initiated at a dinner at O'Mealey's, second semester
initiation was held during the weekend trip at Western
Hills Lodge May 22-23.
Boys "O" Clubbers launched their year's activities
by selecting five girls as candidates for All-Sports
Queen. Those honored were Janis Nowlin, Cindy Pat-
terson, Chris Reynolds, Barbara Sigmon, and Cindy
An assembly featuring a speaker from the Fellow-
ship of Christian Athletes was sponsored by the "O"
Club in December.
JIM CARREKER CRAIG BUSEY
5 6' H
JOHN BURRUS JOHN SCOTT
V, Pres. Trcas.
PLEDGE DUTIES for Boys "O" Club pledges include providing cnlcrlainnicnt during lunch
hours. Vocalists are Larry' Govin, Mark Harris, Gene Smilh, Steve Grimes, and Mike Dnvis.
Sponsor Varied Activities
TOP ROW: J. Anderson, W. Austin, J. Bado, R. Browning, V. Bumpass, J. Cheatham, M. Davis, A. Doll, B. Dougall, M. Falks, J. Foster, J. Garrett. ROW
:W. Gary, M. Geller, T. Green, B. Griggs, B. Grimes, S. Grimes, M, Harris, M. Holdridge, J. Huddleston, A. Husky, J. lkarcl, C. Jensen. ROW 3: D. Keim,
. Mitchell, A. McCarty, D. McKinney, J. Morris, D. Pate, T. Payne, K. Phelps, B. Pruitt, M. Pulliam, S. Ritter, P. Robinson. ROW 4: R. Rogers, Jack
cudder, D. Smith, G. Smith, J. Suggs, M. Tate, J. Walcher, D. Ward, B. Welch, D. Whylaw, K. Womack, W. Woods.
The hearf of fhe school is its people . . .
They Turn The hollow buildings
info somefhing alive . . .
somefhing almosi human.
Each of Them-
all with differeni dreams, ambifions, and desires
searches for fulfillmenf of his needs.
591- at Arms CAROL Pickens l
EACH i965 Senior class officer is outstanding in an
special phase of school life. Jim lkard, pres., is an Alll
State basketball star and was selected to attend the-
Young Christian Athletes camp in l964. Rusty Hollof
way, vice pres., excels in speech and debate and has
represented Northwest Classen nationally. Sammie Vinl
son, sec., co-edits the Shield and-is Times Correspond'
ent. Her wit and good humor proved invaluable in
planning senior activities. Carol Pickens, treas., ha
been a maiorette for three years, serving as captai
her senior year. Dave Dougall is NWC's "professional
sgt. at arms", serving not only the senior class, buh
Student Council as well. '
Officers Organize Senior Activities y y
EVERYONE knows that seniors are very special peo-
ple. But no one is more convinced of this than the up-
perclassman himself. Seniors have more fun, know
more people, win more honors and appear to do less
studying than anyone in school.
The senior is glamorous to the freshman and irritat-
ing to the iunior. After four years of unforgettable ex-
periences, he is blase and sophisticated. He knows his
school and his place in it. He complains of "Senioritis"
at school, but the weekend finds him ready for action.
Beneath his uninhibited antics and seemingly com-
plete disregard for rules is a deep loyalty and pride.
Here he has been both afraid and self-confident, elated
Most senior conversations include the phrases, "Re-
member back in our sophomore year when we . . ."
or "Who are you rooming with next year?"
Being a senior is an ending and a beginning. Each!
special event is a little sad because he knows it's his
last, but he looks forward to leaving behind the rou-
tine which he feels he has outgrown.
Our senior year was filled with events and things,
that make us smile . . . the cowboy boots no senior,
boy could be without, the "list", the Midwest Cityl
game, the state championship, the game signs, the
"cuts", James Brown, student council debates, OO7,
the purple dragon, the parking lot signs, Silkies, andi
graduation night. . .
There is amoment during graduation when we wishl
we could make time stand still and never lose what
we feel now. But through our goodbyes are the mem-
ories of four wonderful years at Northwest Classen
and assurance that "the emblem of proud Knighthood.
will never leave our hearts."
ABNEY, CAROL: Coronets I.
ABNEY, STEPHEN: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Honor
Math 3, 45 Math Aanlysis Club 4.
MBRAMS, SUSAN: Cygnets 'I-45 Courtesy Club
il-4, chapl. 4, treas. 45 Court Jesters I, 25 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 45 JCL T, 25 Honor Roll 25 Election bd. 45
Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
ABRAMSON, LINDA: Coronets I-45 Courtesy Club
'I-45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Court Jesters I, 2, cheerleader 25
Honor Language 3, 45 Honor Roll 2, 35 Student
Council 45 Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
IACKERMAN, KENT: Student Council 35 Boys' "O"
Club 45 Football 45 Hi-Y 35 Honor Math 2-45
IJCL I, 2.
ADUDDELL, LINDA: Coronets l545 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45
Honor Math 3, 45 Math Analysis Club 45 Election
ALLDER, TOM: Concert Band 2-45 Marching Band I-45
Pep Band 3, 45 Orchestra 4.
ALLEN, ROY: Band 'l, 25 Key Club 4.
ALT, KARLENE: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club I-45
' Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Student Council 45 Maiorette 45 Class
Y Treas. 'I5 Great Books Club 45 Key Club Sweetheart 4.
ANDERSON, GREG: Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
ARENS, RUTH: Coronets I-4, sgt. at arms 45 Natl.
Honor Soc. 45 Honor Language 3, 45 Shield, editor
45 JCL I-4, treas. 45 Great Books Club 4, sec. 45
Quill and Scroll 3, 4.
,ARTERBURN, CONNIE: Cygnets 25 Election bd. 4.
ASKINS, JEAN: Coronets I-3, cheerleader T, sgt.
at arms I5 Courtesy Club I5 Y-Teens T, 25 Court
Jesters I5 DE Club 3, 45 DE Princess 35 Girls'
Swimming and Tennis team l.
AUSTIN, LENORA: Cygnets 'I-45 Courtesy Club
35 Red Cross 45 Smile Contest Winner I.
AUSTIN, WAYNE: Boys' "O" Club 2-45 Football
I-45 Basketball I-45 Baseball 'I5 Track 2-45 Shield
rep.5 Honor Roll 'l, 2.
Knighfhood Comes to an End
AUTERY, DAVID: Clerical Occupations.
BABCOCK, BARRY: Student Council 3, 4, exec.
bd.5 JCL 'I-4, treas. 45 Natl. Thespians I-4, vice pres.
45 Key Club 3, 45 Natl. Honor Soc. 45 Honor Math
3, 45 NFL 4.
BABER, GAIL: Cygnets 'I-45 Courtesy ,Club 'I-45 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 45 Math Analysis Club 45 Red Cross 4.
BACON, TY: Lancers I-45 Electronics Club 3, 4.
BAILEY, SHARLA: Cygnets 45 Courtesy Club 35
IRed Cross alt. 3. KEI Dorado, Ark.J
BARBEE, BECKY: Coronets 2-45 20th Century Home'
makers 25 Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Red Cross 4.
BARKER, JEANNE: Honor Language: Natl. Honor
BARNARD, JANIE: Cygnets 2-45 Band 2-45 Band
and Orchestra Girls 3, 45 Hi-Notes 45 Red Cross,
BARNES, JAMIE: Natl. Art Honor Soc, I-35 Great
Books Club 4.
BARNUM, KEN: Honor Roll I5 Electronics Club 2-4.
BARRETT, KATHY: Cygnets I-45 Red Cross 45 Shield
staff T5 Election bd. 45 YTK 4.
BARRON, DONNA: Coronets I-4, hist. 45 Courtesy
Club 2-45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Career Club I5 JCL I, 25
Court Jesters T.
BAY, DEBBIE: Coronets I-35 Court Jesters I, 2,
cheerleader 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3.
BECK, KAREN: Cygnets T-45 Courtesy Club 45
Honor Language 3, 45 Natl. Honor Soc. 45 Honor
Math 3, 45 French Club 4, pres. 4.
BEEBE, BETSY: Coronets I-45 Courtesy Club 25
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Honor Lan-
guage 3, 45 German Club 35 Cry-slurs 4.
BELL, JOHN: Band T-35 Pep Band 2, 35 Hi-Notes 3,
BENSON, MIKE: Red Cross, alt. 2.
n eniors omina e
Oufspoke S D 1
BENTLEY, ANN: Cry-slurs 2-4, Iibr. 35 Mixed Quar-
tet 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 2, 3.'
BERG, KAREN: Cygnets 25 Court Jesters 25 Girls'
Tennis and Swimming team 2.
BERG, SHARON: Cygnets I-45 Y-Teens I, 25 Girls'
"O" Club 3, 45 Girls' Tennis team 3, 4.
BERRY, JIM: Wrestling I, 25 German Club 4.
BILLINGSLEY, MAXINE: Cygnets 2-45 DE Club 4.
BINGHAM, CHARLOTTE: Red Cross 25 20th Cen-
tury Homemakers 2.
BLAKEY, MARK: Lancers I-4. I
BLAKLEY, PAT: Coronets I-35 Red Cross T, 25 Cour- ,
tesy Club 45 Student Council, alt. 4. '
BLOCK, NANCY: Cygnets T-45 Courtesy Club 2-45 N
Student Council 4, exec. bd, 45 Banld Girls I-3,
chapl. 35 Concert Band 2, 35 Pep Band 35 Orchestra
2, 35 Marching Band I-35 Red Cross 3. '
BOAZ, LINDA: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club 3, 45
20th Century Homemakers 3, 45 Student Council,
alt. 2, 35 Red Cross 45 Election bd. 3, 4.
BOLTON, PATTI: Coronets 2-45 FTA 45 Student
BOND, JOHN: Key Club 3, 4.
BOOTH, JERRY: Lancer I-4.
BOTTS, RUTH ANN: JCL 2, 3: Red Cross 3, 4,
Great Books Club 4: Honor Roll I-4, Honor
Math 2, 3: Honor Language 3, 4, Natl. Honor
Soc. 3, 4.
BOYDSTON, RICK: Career Club Ig Emerson Proiect
BRAY, GLENDA: Para Medics 2: 2ofh Century
Homemakers 3, 4, pres. 4: Y-Teens I-4, treas. 4.
BREITSCHUH, BOB: Shield rep. 3, 4.
BRESSIE, LINDA: Coronets I-3: Courtesy Club 2
Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
BREWER, FRANCES: Cygnets 1-4, JCL 1-4.
BRIDGEFORD, JUDY: Coronets I-4: Red Cross 3, 4
alt. 3, Rep. 4.
Student Council Debates
PHYSICS instructor, Mr. Jim Conger, observes as Barbara Hoffer and Stan Davis measure pulse on a "slinky
BROCK, LARRY: Basketball I, 25 Track I-4.
BROCKHAUS, GLYNA: Pep Club, Guthrie I5 Art
Cfub, Guthrie 1, 2, Natl, Art Honor Soc. 3, 4,
lGuthric, Oklahoma 3I.
BROOK, BILL: Wrestling 35 Soccer 2, 35 Cotillion
Club 2, 35 Red Cross I5 Shield rep. I5 fSewanee
Military Academy 41.
BROOME, MARY: Library Aide I.
BROWER, KATHLEEN: Courtesy Club I5 FTA I5
Red Cross, alt. 2.
BROWN, JANICE: Coronets 35 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Courtesy
Club 45 Junior Delegates 3, 45 FTA 45 JCL 45
Natl. Honor Soc. 45 Honor Roll 3, 45 Red Cross,
BROWN, JEANIE: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club I-4,
sgt. at arms 45 Court Jesters I5 Honor Roll 35
Election bd. 4.
Busey Chosen Crfy Exchange Club Boy
BROWN, NEIL: Student Council, alt. 4. ,
BROWN, PEGGY: Coronets I-45 Y-Teens 4, chaplf
BROWN, ROGER: Student Council 45 Golf I'4. l
BROWN, WAYNE: Falcons I, 25 Red Cross I5l
Shield rep, 3.
BROWNING, ROD: Boys' "O" Club 3, 45 Track'
I-45 Cross Country 2v4.
BRYNER, GALE: Cygnets I-35 DE Club 4.
BUCHNER, JACKIE: Cygnets I-4, sgt. at arms 25
Student Council 3, 45 Great- Books Club 45 Natl.
Honor Soc. 3, 45 Honor Roll I-45 JCL I, 2. l
BUCHWALD, KEITH: Basketball I-45 Boys' "O"
BULLOCK, LA DEANA: Coronets I-45 Court Jesters N
I, Library Club 2, YJCL-.ts 4, Sec. 4, zom
Century Homemakers 4.
BUMPAS, VAN: Boys' "O" Club 2-45 Wrestling
I-45 Hi-Y 4, sec. 45 Shield rep. 4.
BURBA, HAL: Hi-Y 3, 45 Track I,' 25 Swimming
I, 25 Honor Roll 2.
BURCH, SANDRA: Cry-Slurs 2,45 Shield rep. 45
All-City Chorus 3. I
BURRUS, JOHN: Key Club 4, Sgt. at arms 45
Boys' "O" Club 2-4, vice pres. 45 Football 2-4.
f , MAKING PLANS for the Sensor Assembly are sensor class sponsors Mr Ted Nschols Mr Duane Wesnert
Mrs. Vsvsan Lanser and Mrs Maurme Wsllsamson
URTON, ROSEMARY: Cygnets I-4, sgt. at arms
, Natl. Art Honor Soc. 2-4, Student Council 4.
USCH, JUDY: Cororsets I-4, Courtesy Club I,
atl. Honor Soc. 4.
USEY, CRAIG: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4, pres. 4,
oys' "O" Club 2-4, sec. 4, Jr. Rotarian 4, Class
ice pres. 3, Judicial bd., Round Table Royalty,
rince of Friendship, Football 2-4, Natl. Thespians
-4, treas. 3, 4, Key Club 2-4, Exchange Club Boy
f the Year.
UTT, ARLENE: Student Council I-4, Cheerleader
, Drama Club I-3, Class officer I-3, Coronets 4,
AMMACK, REBECCA: Cygnets 3, 4, Natl. Honor
oc. 3, 4, Honor Math 2-4, Honor Language 4,
ed Cross 3, 4, Great Books Club 4, Math Analysis
CAMPBELL, PAT: Band I-4, Great Books Club 4,
ice pres. 4, Matls Analysis Club 4, fDalIas, Tex.J.
APRON, DAVID: Lancers I-4, parl. 4, Key Club
-4, sr. bd. 4, Track 3, Student Council, exec.
N d. 4, Hi-Y 4.
CARDIN, PAUL: Natl. Honor sac. 4, Honor Lan.
guage 3, 4, Honor Roll I-3, Announcers Club 3, 4,
NFL I-4, Science Club 3, 4, treas. 3, 4, Coin
Club 4, vice pres. 4, pres. 4,
CARREKER, JIM: Boys' "O" Club' 2-4, pres. 4,
Foosball I-4, All-City 4, All-Conf. 4, Journal's
IAII-State 4, Key Club 2-4, Hi-Y 2.4, Chaps. 3,
Honor Math 3, 4, Natl, Honor Soc. 4.
CARRUTH, PAULA: Coronets I-4, 2OtIt Century
I-lomesnakers, vice pres. 4, Student Council 4.
CARTER, STEVEN: Football I-4, Band I-3, Key
CENTER, SHIRLEY: Cygnets I, 2, Courtesy Club
I, 2, Court Jcsters I.
CHANEY, PEGGY: Cry-Slurs I-4, Cygnets I-3,
Red Cross 4, Election bd. 4.
DUTIES of the Jr Rotarians were pointed out by Mr Malone who has gust been elected to the Board of Directors of Rotary Club,
to seniors Craig Busey Bernd Hagenberg Bryan Maurer Rusty Holloway Jonny Foster and Dave Elder. Not pictured is Jack Scudder.
'Admit Slip?? . . .L
CHEATHAM, FRANCES: Coronets l-4.
CHEATHAM, JIM: Boys' "O"'Club 2-45 Key Club
2-45 Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Honor Roll l-45 JCL
3, 45 Honor Language 3, 45 Student Council 35 Hi-
Y 3, 4.
CHILDERS, JENNY: Coronets l, 25 Courtesy Club I.
CHILTON, PAM: Courtesy Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Red
Cross alt. 45 JCL 1, 2, 45 FJA 35 Student Councill
I-35 Science Club 35 fNortheast H.S.l. Q
CHITTY, NELSON: Key Club 45 HL-Y 4.
CHRONISTER, MARY: Cygnets 1-45 Natl. Honorl
Soc. 3, 45 Honor Language 3, 45 Honor Math
2-45 NFL i-4, treas. 3, 45 Girls' State 35 Great
Books Club 45 Announcers Club 2-4, vice pres 4.
CLANAHAN, JANE: Coronets 1-45 Red Cross, alt.l
l, 2. i
CLARK, JIM: Lancers l-4, sgt, at arms 2, parl. 45
CLARK, JOHN: Falcons l, 25 Aeronautics Club, pres.
CLAUNCH, GAELYN: Cygnets l-45 Courtesy Club 4.
CLAY, MYLA: Coronets i-35 Courtesy Club i.
LINE, EMMA: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club 25
CL I, 2, 45 Honor Language 3, 45 Great Books
Club 45 Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
cow, HARLAN: Hi-Y 4.
COLCLASURE, JO ANN: DE Club.
OLE, BARNEY: Falcons I-4, chapl. 45 German
COLE, JUDY: Coronets I-45 JCL I, 25 Tri-Hi-Y
5 Band and Orchestra Girls I-45 All-State Orchestra
, 45 Red Cross, alt. 2.
OLE, MARILYN: Okla. State Honor Soc. I, 25
HA I, 25 Coronets 3, 45 Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45
OLE, PAMELA: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club 45
ourt Jesters I5 Tri-Hi-Y 3.
OLLEY, BARRY: Lancers 2-45 Natl. Art Honor Soc.
, 4, sec. 45 Red Cross 4.
oLuER, GEORGE: Red cross 35 Hi-Y 4.
oLLuM, DAVID: Hi-Y 45 Tennis 3.
OMBS, KAY: Coronets 'I-45 Courtesy Club 2-45
ourt Jesters I, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, ass't. treas. 4,
arl. 45 Shield rep. 3, 45 Election bd. 3, 4.
You're Lucky I Came At Alll'
OMPTON, KAREN: Coronets 'I-3.
ONLEY, JEANNE: Coronets 'I-35 Courtesy Club
-35 FTA I-3, vice pres. 2, pres. 3.
OOLEY, BECKY: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club I-4,
gt. at arms 45 Girls' "O" Club 35 Court Jesters
, 25 Student Council 2-45 Red Cross I.
OOPER, CAROLYNE: Coronets I-35 Natl. Honor
oc. 3, 45 Honor Math 2, 35 Honor Language 3,
5 Science Club 3, 45 German Club 4, hist. 45
onor Roll 'I-4.
OOPER, KRISTI: Cygnets 2-45 JCL 'l, 25 Shield
ep. 45 Election bd. 3, 4.
ORDELL, LINDA: Cygnets' I-45 Natl. Honor Soc.
, 4, chapl. 45 Honor Math 2-45 Girls' State 35 NFL
-4, sec. 3, vice pres. 45 Great Books Club 4, parl.
5 JCL 2-4.
ORDONNIER, BROC: Band I-45 Aeronautics Club 4.
ORTER, SHEILA: Cygnets I-4, ushering chrm. 3,
5 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Band and Orchestra Girls 2-45
rchestra I-4, pres. 45 Natl. Honor Soc. 45 Election
d. 45 All-State Orchestra I-4.
OSGROVE, JO ANN: German Club 45 Girls'
horus 45 Student Council I-35 French Club 35
Hot Springs, Ark.J.
OTTRELL, KEITH: Library Club I5 IKingsport,
OX, FREDDIE: Concert Band I-45 Orchestra I-45
arching Band 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 4.
COX, JEANNE: Coronets 'I-4, Natl. Art Honor
Soc. 3, 4, treas. 4, Art Club I, 2, Honor Math
COY, FRANK: Falcons I-4, sgt. at arms 3, pres. 4,
sec. 4, Athletic Program Editor 4, Honor Math 2,
3, Honor Language 3, 4, Math Analysis Club 4,
Honor Roll I, 2, Student Store 4, Natl. Honor
CRAIG, ROBERT: Natl. Honor Soc. 4, German Club
CREASY, VICKI: Cygnets I-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Court
CRUDUP, SUSAN: Coronets 144, Honor Math 3,
4, Honor Language 3, 4, Court Jesters I, National!
Honor Soc. 4.
CRUM, GREG: Key Club 3, 4, treas. 4, Studentl
Council 3, 4, Basketball I-4, Baseball 'I-4, Boys'
"O" Club 4.
CUMBERLAND, HAL: Student Council 4, Track 3,
Cross Country 4, German Club 4, Honor Roll 3,
Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
CUMMINS, FREIDA: Girls' Chorus 2, 3.
CUNNINGHAM, DEANNA: Cygrtets I, 2, TrIvHi-Y
3, Round Table staff I, CO 4. '
CURTIS, CURT: Electronics Club 4, treas. 4.
CURTIS, TINA: Coronets I-4, hist. 4, Courtesy
Club I-4, sgt. at arms 3, Court Jesters I-4, Tri-I
DANCY, DON: Cross Country 2-4, Track 2, 3. I
DANIEL, BILL: Band 2, Orchestra 2, Spanish Club
2, lFarmington, N. MJ.
DANIEL, FREDDIE: Coronets 244, JCL 2, Red Cross
'Knight Life' Safirizes Antics
DANIELS, MARCIA: Cygnets 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,l
Courtesy Club 3, 4, Lancer Princess 4. I
DANSBY, JUDY: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 3,
Round Table staff 4.
DAVIS, BECKY: Cygrtels 2-4, Girls' "O" Club 3, 4,3
treas. 4, FTA 4, Iwist. 4.
DAVIS, LINDA: Cygnets I-4, Round Table staff 3.l
DAVIS, SAMMY: Class pres. I, Basketball I, 2r
Baseball I, 4, lMuskogeeD. Y
DAVIS, STAN: Cry-Slurs I-4, pres. 4, Student Coun-
cil, exec. bd. 4, Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4, Honor Math
2-4, Honor Language 3, 4, Math Analysis Club 4,
Boys' "O" Club 4, Basketball I-4.
DAY, RONNY: Hi-Y 4, vice pres. 4.
DEFIEL, CELIA: Cygnets 3, 4, Courtesy Club 4,
Election bd. 3, 4, Student Council 3.
DEMARET, JANET: cygneis 1-3.
DEMoPoLos, JIM: Key Club 4, Hi-Y 4, ehapl. 4,
Honor Roll 3, Wrestling I, 2.
DEPLOIS, TERRY: Electronics Club 3, 4.
DEWEY, PAT: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club I-4,
Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, Student Council 4.
DeWOLFE, MARY: Cygnets I-4, sgt. at arms 4,
Honor Math 3, Student Council 4, Judicial bd.,
D'HOOSTLEAERE, GENIE: German Club 4, lllion,
DICKINSON, RICHARD: Wrestling 2, 3, Honor
lMath 3, 4, Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
IDINWIDDIE, NORMA: Coronets I, 2, Red Cross
XDODMAN, LYNN: Science Club I-4.
DOLING, ERNEST: Boys' "O" Club 4, Football I-4,
lBasketball I, Track 2, Red Cross 3.
IDOLL, ALLEN: Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Baseball
I-4, Football I.
DONCEEL, DIANE: Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club
II-3, Shield rep. 3, 4.
DORN, SANDRA: Pep Club I, 2, Art Club I, 2,
Spanish Club I, Uohn Marshallj.
of The Year Thor Was
A CITATION for his achievements in science
courses was presented to Jack Scudder by Mr.
'Donald S. Kennedy, president of O G 81 E, at the
International Thomas A. Edison Youth day
'program February I2 at the Municipal Audi-
torium. Jack represented NW at the meeting.
LUNCHTIME break-finds Dan Work,
George McCreight and Craig Busey
matching wits with Mr. Gaut, assistant
principal, in a game of chess.
DOUGALL, DAVE: Student Council 4, sgt. at arm:
4: Class sgt. at arms 4: Key Club 2-4: Boys' "O"
Club 2-4: 'Track I: Football 1, 2: Swimming 1-4:
Hi-Y 3, 4: Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
DUCKETT, ELLA: Coronets 1-4: Red Cross, alt.
DUDLEY, PAT: Cygnets I-4: Red Cross l, 2,
county council 2, ass't. sec. 3: Court Jesters 3,
cheerleader 3: Courtesy Club 4: Student Council,
alt. 2: Falcon Queen 4.
DUGAN, JUDY: Coronets 2, 3: Red Cross 2, alt.
3: Student Council, alt. 3.
DUNLAP, DAVID: Lancers 2: Football 3, 4.
DYER, DIANE: Coronets 1, 2: Art Club 4.
DYSART, CHARLES: Lancers I-4: Marching Band
I-4: Wrestling I, 2.
EAGIN, MARCY: Cygnets 1-4: Natl. Honor Soc.
4: Honor Language 3, 4: Red Cross 2-4, sec. 4:
Student Council, exec. bd. 4: Orchestra I-4:
Great Books Club 4: Hi-Notes 3, 4.
EAVES, ANN: Cygnets 2-4: Red'Cross 4.
ECKHARDT, BILL: Key Club 2-4: Hl-Y 'l, 4.
EDWARDS, CHUCK: Red Cross 3: Camera Club
3, 4: Aeronautics Club 3, 4.
'Senioritis' Affects Grades -
lEHRLlCH, PAT: Coronets 2-4, asst. treas. 45 Cour-
tesy Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Honor Math 35
Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
ELDER, DAVE: Student Council pres. 45 OASC
pres. 45 Boys' "O" Club 2-45 Football 1-45 Swim-
lming 1-35 Jr. Rotarian 45 Class sgt. at arms 35
lRound Table Royalty 45 Prince of Friendship 4.
JELLEDGE, DAVID: Student Council 4.
TELLIS, TISH: Cygnets 1-4, sgt. at arms 1, cheer-
leader 25 Girls' "O" Club 3, 4, -vice pres. 4, sgt.
at arms 45 Court Jesters 1-35 Student Council 2, 35
lRed Cross, alt. 4.
lELLISON, BRENDA: Coronets 1-45 Courtesy Club
1-4, asst. treas. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 4, vice pres. 45 Election
EMENHISER, SARAH: Coronets 1-4, flagbearer 45
Courtesy Club 1-4, treas. 45 Student Council 45
Honor Roll 45 Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
EOFF, BOB: Lancers 1, 25 Electronics Club 35 Hi-
ERSHADI, SHIRIN: AFS Student from Iran 45 Cyg-
nets 45 Coronets 45 Student Council 4.
EUBANKS, SHIRLEY: Courtesy Club 45 Y-Teens 3,
145 German Club 3, 4.
But Not Weekend Achvrhes
EVERAARD, SUSIE: Coronets 1-35 Courtesy Club
1, 25 Round Table staff 3.
iFALLlN, JOE: Student Council 45 Key Club 45
'Hi-Y 45 Tennis 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 FJA 15
Shield and Round Table staff 3, 45 Electronics
Club 25 Prince of Print 4.
jFARHA, FRED: Aeronautics Club 35 D.E. Club 2.
FARMER, NANCY: Cygnets 1-45 Student Council
1, 2, 4, exec. bd. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Red Cross 3, 4,
parl. 45 Jr. Delegates 45 Court Jesters 1, 25 Honor
.Roll 3, 45 Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
FFERGUSON, DERREL: Wrestling 15 D.E. Club 2.
FERGUSON, JOE: Wrestling 1, 2.
lFERGUSON, JULIE: Coronets 1-4.
FERGUSON, LINDA: Career Club 15 Y-Teens 2.
FEZLER, TRIPP: Marching Band 1-4, officer 45
Concert Band 1-45 Pep Band 1-4, dir. 45 Math
Analysis Club 45- Oil Executive for a Day 45
FIELD, PAUL: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Honor Lan-
guage 3, 4, pres. 45 Honor Math 3, 45 Math
Analysis Club 45 Key Club 2-45 Judicial bd., chief
ius. 45 Great Books Club 4.
.FlELDS, STEVE: Honor Math 35 Science Club 45
HJCL 1-45 Coin Club 45 Red Cross 3, 45 Library
FILSON, DELLA: Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club I-4,
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, treas. 4, Round Table staff
2-4, editor 4, FJA 2, 3, OCIPA 2-4, treas. 4.
FINCH, JAMES: Aeronautics Club 3.
FINE, GREG: Cry-slurs I-4, Natl. Honor Soc. 4,
Honor Language 3, 4, Honor Math 2, 3, Honor
FINUCANE, MIKE: Hi-Y 4, Track 3, Stage crew 2.
FITZ, LANE: Falcons I-4, pres. 4, hist. 3, Honor
Language 3, 4, Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4, German
Club 3, 4, Honor Roll.
FLEETWOOD, JIM: Lancers I-4, pres. 4, Pep Council
FLEMMING, CAROLYN: Coronets I-4, Courtesy
Club 2, 3, Election bd. 3, CO 4.
FLOURNOY, CAROLYN: Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club
3, 4, Natl. Art Honor Soc. 4, Red Cross 2-4.
FORD, SHARON: Coronets I, 2.
Class Boosts Ten Natl. Merit Finalists
FOREHAND, JAN: Coronets 3, 4, Courtesy Club
4, Girls' Chorus 3, Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4, Honor
Roll 3, 4.
FORREST, MARILYN: Coronets 2-4, Courtesy Club'
2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Great Books Club 4, Student,
FOSTER, JONNY: Student Council vice pres. 4,
Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4, Class vice pres. I, sgt. at
arms 2, Top Teen 3, Jr. Rotarian 4, Boys' "O",
Club 2-4, Round Table Royalty 4, Knight of Friend-
ship, Key Club 2-4, Hi-Y 2-4, pres. 3. I
FOSTER, RANDY: Boys' "O" Club 2-4, Football I-4,
Baskteball I, 2, Wrestling 3. I
rowifn, LEN: Aeronautics Club 2, cancer: sand
2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3.
FRANTZ, KEN: Key Club 4, Student Council 4,
Red Cross 2-4, Tennis 4. I
FRAZIER, KIRK: Cygnets 4, Courtesy Club 4,1
Tri-Hi-Y 4, Great Books Club 4.
GALLOP, PAULA: Cygnets I-4, DE Club 4.
GAMBIE, GLENDA: FJA I, Red Cross I-3, Science
SARRETT, JIM: Boys' "O" Club 3, 45 Wrestling
l-45 Cross Country 2, 3.
SELLER, VMARK: Key Club 2-45 Boys' "O" Club
I, 45 NFL 2-45 JCL I-45 Honor Math 3, 45 Wrestling
-45 Tennis I-4.
SENTRY, PEGGY: Coronets I-45 Girls' "O" Club
, 25 Court Jesters 'l, 2.
SETTINGS, JO: Coronets 3, 45 Courtesy Club 3, 45
JCL 2, 35 Red Cross 25 FTA 35 Honor Roll 2.
SHOLSTON, MEG: Coronets I-45 Courtesy Club
I, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 JCL I, 25 Girls' "O" Club 45
lr. Delegates 45 Natl. Honor Soc. 45 Honor Roll
IBSON, JEFF: Baseball 3, 45 fClassenJ.
csiirzov, KARYN: cygnefs 1-3.
GODDARD, KEN: Radio Club 3.
GOLDMAN, KATHY: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club
I-35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Student Council 25 Election bd.
'45 Shield rep. I5 Honor Roll I, 4.
Bob Greer Makes Sfafe's Top Score
FOR THE FIRST TIME in school history all the National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalists earned Finalists ratings. The
ten scholars are Paul Fields, David Kahn, Patrick Campbell, Linda Cordell, Stan Davis, Kaethe Reiff, Craig Busey, Laura
Knox, Bob Greer, and Carolyne Cooper. This is the largest group from any city school ever to attain this honor.
GOODRICH, CAROL: Coronets l-3: Courtesy Club
2: Student Council l: DE Club 3, 4: Girls' Chorus
2, 3: Freshmen Mixed Chorus l.
GORGAS, WENDY: Cygnets l, 2: Cry-slurs l-4: YTK
I, 2: 20th Century Homemakers 4, chapl. 4.
GOSS, VICKY: Coronets 1, 2: Shield rep. l-4: Library
GREEN, NANCY: Cygnets l-4, sgt. at arms 2:
All-School Cheerleader 4: Court Jesters l-4, cheer-
leader 2, sgt. at arms 4: Courtesy Club 1-4: Stu-
dent Council 3: Key Club Princess.
GREEN, RICHARD: Falcons l: Golf l-3: Hi-Y 3.
GREEN, TOMMY: Boys' "O" Club 3, 4: Swimming
2, 3: Honor Language 3, 4: German Club I-4,
pres. 3: Science Club 2, 3: Math Analysis Club 4.
GREER, BOB: AFS Exchange Student 4: Key Clul.
2-4: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4, vice pres. 4: Honor
Math 2-4, vice pres. 4: Honor Language 3, 4: Hi-Y
2-4: JCL l-4. .
GRIFFIN, SHARON: Coronefs l-4: Shield rep. 2, 3. ,
GRIFFITH, TOM: Electronics Club l-3, sec. 2, treas.
Gmmss, am: Boys' "0" Club 4, Sgr. at arms 42
Football l-4: Basketball 'I-3: Baseball 'I-4: Class
vice pres. 2: Top Teen 2: Round Table Royaltw
4: Prince of Friendship 4.
Banquets, Capers and the 'Lisf',
SYMBOLIZING the school spirit which pervaded Knightland were colorful posters throughout the building. Jody Y
GRIMES, DAVID: Natl. Art Honor Soc. I, Baseball
1, Basketball 1-4.
GRISSOM, STEVE: Lancers 1, 2, Swimming 1.
GRUBBS, CATHY: Cygnets 1-4, treas. 4, Courtesy
Club 1-4, Natl. Thespians 2-4, pres. 4, NFL 2-4,
Student Council, alt. 4, Best Thespian 3, Falcon
HAFEN, CLIFF: Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
HAFF, MAURICE: Electronics Club 3, 4.
HAGEMAN, TONI: Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club
3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Student Council, alt. 4.
HAGENBERG, BERND: AFS Student from Germany
H, Student Council 4, Math Analysis Club 4, vice
pres. 4, Key Club 4, Honor Roll 4, Honor Lan-
HAGGARD, EARLE: Lancers 1-4, sgt. at arms T,
hist. 2, sec. 3, pres. 4, Key Club 4, Pep Council
'4, Judicial bd. 4, Cry-slurs 1-4, Student Council
4, Student Store 4.
IHAGGARD, MARGARET: Cygnets 2-4, Courtesy
IHALL, PATTY: Cygnets 1-4, 20th Century Home-
makers 2, Shield rep. 4.
Keep Senior Girls
HALL, RANDY: Key Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Cross Country
2, Track 2, Honor Roll 2, 4.
HALLMAN, PAULA: Coronets 1-4, Court Jesters
1, Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
HANCHETTE, NINA: Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club
fl-4, hist. 4, Court Jesters 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Natl.
IArt Honor Soc. 4, vice pres. 4, Natl. Honor Soc.
,4, Student Council 4, Honor Roll 2, 3.
HANKEY, ANNE: Coronets 1-4, Honor Roll 1.
HANKEY, KAYE: Coronets 1-4, Red Cross 4, Honor
HANNA, TERRY: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4, Honor
!Math 3, 4, Honor Language 3, 4, vice pres. 4,
'JCL 2-4, pres. 4, Key Club 4, Band 1-3, Math
'Analysis Club 4, Honor Roll 1, 2.
HARKEY, DONALD: Lancers 1, 2.
HARKINS, BETH: Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 4,
I-lonor Language 3, 4.
HARP, KAY: Coronets 1-4, 2Otl1 Century Home-
makers 4, Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
HARPER, KEN: Band 1-3, Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4,
Honor Math 3, 4, treas. 4, Honor Language 3, 4,
JCL 2-4,-.vice pres. 4, Key Club 4, Math Analysis
Club 4, Honor Roll 1-4.
HARRIS, JENETTIE: Coronets I-45 Y-Teeris 4,
parl. 45 Natl. Art Honor Soc. 4.
HATCHETT, CINDY: Coronets I-45 Red Cross I, 25
Courtesy Club 35 Court Jesters I.
HAWKINS, CYNTHIA: Cygnets 3, 45 Courtesy Club
45 Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Honor Language 3, 45
Honor Math 45 Student Council 2, 45 Cry-slurs 45
Great Books Club 4.
HAY, CYNTHIA: German Club I, 25 Aviation
Club.45 Shield rep., alt. 3.
HAYS, JEFF: Radio Club 25 Electronics Club 3, 45
Camera Club 4.
HELDENBRAND, VICKI: Cygnets I-45 JCL I, 2.
A TUTORING program was initiated by the Future
Teachers of America club. Bob Greer assists Gen4
Smith with an advanced math course.
Senior Tutors Raise . . .
HENDERSON, JANET: Varsity Band I, 2, maiorettel
25 Spanish Club 2, 35 FTA 35 Pep Club 35 QHobbs,l
HENDRICKSON, JIMMIE: Coronets I-45 Courtesyl
Club 45 Red Cross, alt. 4. I
HENLEY, ERNA: Cygnets I-45 Orchestra I-45 Natl.
Honor Soc. 4.
HENSCH, DIANA: comnefs 1-4, Red cross 3, 4. i
HENSLEY, MINTA: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club 'I-45'
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Court Jesters I, 25 Red Cross 4,
HERENDEEN, VERN: wrestling 1, 3, 4, I
HEROLD, LINDA: Coronets I-45 Student Council,l
hist. 45 Courtesy Club 4, sgt. at arms 45 Natl.
Art Honor Soc. 4, pres. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Girls' Swiml
team I, 2. I
HERRMANN, DIANE: Cygnets I-45 Natl. Honor
Soc. 3, 45 Honor Math 35 Honor Language 3, 45,
Great Books Club 4.
HILL, ANNA MARIE: Courtesy Club 2.
HILL, JIM: Boys' "O" Club 45 Football I-45 Track
I5 German Club 2-45 Aeronautics Club, pres. 3.
HILLEY, LINDA: DE Club 3, 4, hist. 4: DE Stu-
dent of the Year, alt. 4.
HIMELSTEIN, MARSHA: Coronets 3, 4: Courtesy
club 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
HITT, DIANA: Cygnets 'I-4: Career Club 1: DE
Club 4, corres. sec. 4: Red Cross, alt. 2:
HODGES, SUSAN: Cygnets 'I-4, asst. sec. 4:
Courtesy Club 'I-4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, sec. 4, pres.
4: Student Council 4, exec. bd. 4: Court Jesters
I-3: Class treas. 'l: Princess of Hearts 4.
School 's Academic Level
HOFFER, BARBARA: Natl. Honor Soc. 4: Science
Club 'l, 3, 4: Honor Math 3, 4: Honor Language
3: Red Cross 3, '4.
HOGAN, STEVE: Red Cross: CO 4.
HOLADAY, LIZ: Cygnets 'I-4: Courtesy Club I, 2:
Court Jesters I, 2: 20th Century Homemakers
3, 4, pres. 3.
HOLBROOK, STEPHEN: Natl. Honor Soc. 4: Honor
Math 3, 4: Coin Club 4.
HOLBROOK, STUART: Northwest Bowling League
3: Audio Visual Club 4.
HOLDEN, TERRY: Key Club 4: Student Council 4.
HOLDRIDGE, MIKE: Key Club 2-4, sec. 4: Boys'
"O" Club 2-4, parl. 4: Football I-4: Wrestling I:
Track I: Student Council, alt. 3: 'Red Cross 3:
Hi-Y 3, sec. 3.
HOLLIS, KAREN: Coronets I-4: NFL I, 2.
HOLLOWAY, RUSTY: Key Club 3, 4: Student Coun-
cil 3, 4: Boys' State 3: Jr. Rotarian 4: Announcers
Club 3, 4: NFL I-4: Class vice pres. 4.
HOWARD, CHLOE: Courtesy Club 'I: Red Cross 2,
alt. 3: DE Club 4.
HOWARD, MIKE: Hi-Y 4.
HUCKABEE, MARY Jo: cygners .-4.
HUDSON, KATHRYN: Coronets l-3: Library aide I,
2: Red Cross, alt. 2.
HUGHES, GENE: Hi-Y 2-4, sgt. at arms 3.
HULETT, DAWN: Cygnets l-4, sgt. at arms 3,
sec. 4: Courtesy Club 'l-4, pres. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3:
Court Jesters 'l, 2: Student Council 3, 4: Great
Books Club 4: Falcon Princess 4: Natl. Honor Soc.
HUNT, MARY: Cygnets 2, 3: JCL 2-4: Girls' Chorus
3: YTK, social chrm. 3, pres. 4, sec.-treas. 4.
HUNTER, HOWARD: German Club l, 2: Student
Council, alt. 4.
Seniors Bring Honors fo Themselves -
BREAKING the good news to her family that she
has iust been crowned Princess of Print is Judy
Kahler. Judy, representing Northwest iournalists in
the contest, competed against candidates from all
HUDDLESTON, JERRY: Football ls4: Wrestling l-4:
HUSBAND, BRAD: Lancers I-4, Science Club I, 2,
IElectronics Club 3, 4.
,HUSKEY, LINDA: 20th Century Homemakers 4.
HUSKY, ANDY: Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Football
I-4, Wrestling I-4, Key Club 2-4.
IIKARD, JIM: Student Council 4, Key Club 4:
1Boys' "O" Club 2-4, chapl. 4, Basketball I-4, Base-
ball I-4, Hi-Y 4, Class pres. 4, Boys' State 3.
att. gen. 3.
IRWIN, STEPHANIE: Cygnets I-4, sgt. at arms
I, parl. 4, vice pres. 4, Courtesy Club I-4, Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 4, asst. treas. 3, Pep Council 4, Shield
rep. 4, Student Council, alt. 4.
JACKSON, CINDY: Student Council 2, Natl. Honor
Soc. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, FHA 3, CAtIanta, Ga.I.
JACOBSON, JILL: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club
I-4, sec. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Court Jesters I-4, Natl.
Thespians 4, Honor Roll 3.
IJAMES, RANDY: Natl. Art Honor Soc. I-4, pres.
4, Natl. 'lhespians 3, 4, NFL I-4, Library Club
I, 2, Key Club 4, Student Council, alt. 2-4- Red
Cross I, Announcers Club 4.
JENNINGS, SALLY: Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club
I I-4, Red Cross 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Court Jesters
I, Election bd. 2, 3.
Prestige to the School
JENSEN, CARL: Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Basketball
I-4, Track 2, Baseball I, 4.
JESSEE, SANDRA: Coronets I-4, Career Club I,
French Club 4.
JOHNSON, GEORGE: Aeronautics Club 2, Key
Club I-4, Track 4.-
IJOHNSON, KAY: Coronets I-4.
JONES, DARRYL: Cry-slurs 2-4, Honor Math 3,
Cry-slur iud. bd. 4.
JONES, GLENDA: Cygnets I-4,' Courtesy Club
I-4, Court Jesters I-4, Natl. Honor Soc. 4, Honor
Language 4, Honor Roll I, 3.
J JONES, SHARON: Coronets I-3.
JORDAN, SUSAN: Coronets I, 2, Courtesy Club I,
Red Cross 3.
JULIAN, KAY: Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 4,
JCL I, 2, Red Cross I-3, FJA I, 2, Great Books
Club 4, Shield staff I.
JUNK, CAROLYN: Coronets l-4: Courtesy Club lg
JCL l, 2: Great Books Club 4: Shield Staff l.
KAHLER, JUDY: Cygnets 'l-4: Courtesy Club 2-4,
Natl. Art Honor Soc. 3, 4, parl. 3, vice pres. 4:
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Round Table, art editor 4: Honor Roll
4: Lancer Princess 4: Princess of Print 4.
KAHN, DAVID: Band l-4, lieut. 4, Pep Band 3, 4,
JCL 2-4, Key Club 4: Science Club 4, Natl. Honor
Soc. 3, 47 Math Analysis Club 4.
KAMP, MARSHA: Coronets l-4: Courtesy Club 2, 3:
Honor Roll l.
KARHU, JACK: Band 'l-4, pres. 4: Cry-slurs 4:
JCL l, 2, 47 All.State Orchestra l-4.
KARR, NANCY: Cygnets 3, Courtesy Club 3: Red
Cross 3: Natl. Thespians l-4. l
KEARNEY, RICHARD: Orchestra l-37 Student Coun-
KEAS, LARRY I
KEESTER, JUNE: DE Club 3,.Red Cross 3: CO 4.
KEIL, SUSIE: Cygnets 2-4, sgl at arms 4, Court,
Jesters 2, Student Council 4.
KEIM, DENNIS: Boys' "O" Club 2-45 Football l-4:
Wrestling l-3: Track l-4: Hi-Y 2, 3.
Goldfinger, James Brown, and O07
ASSUMING their duties as Second Semester C net and Co t l b
yg rone pep cu officers are Sherry Sheehan, Stephanie Irwin,
Mary Pedigo, Candy Looney, Julie Levin, Nedra Nedbalek, Dawn Hulett, Susan Morgan, Mary London, Helen Rein-
hermer, and Janet Riley.
KELLY, PAUL: Student Council, alt. 4: Golf 3.
WKERR, JAMES: JCL 2, 4: Red Cross 4.
KESSLER, BENSE: Marching Band 2, 3: Concert Band
'I-3: Natl. Honor Soc. 4: Honor Language 3, 4: Great
Books Club 4: Golf 4.
KILLIAN, THELMA: Coronets I-4.
KILLIP, TOM: Boys' "O" Club 4: Football 'I-4.
KIUVIAN, RONNIE: Marching Band I-4: Concert
KIMERER, BRIAN: Concert Band I-4: Marching Band
ll-4: Natl. Honor Soc. 4: Honor Language 3, 4:
Honor Math 3, 4.
lKING, JANELLE: Cry-slurs 2-4: YTK I.
KING, SHERRYLE: Cygnets 2-4: Courtesy Club 4.
KINNICK, JAN: Coronets I: Para Medics I, 2:
Honor Roll I: Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
lxmsev, KATHALEEN: Girls' "o" Club 4: coroner:
Inspire Colorful Game Signs
KIRSCHNER, JIM: Football I: Red Cross 3, 4.
KIRKWOOD, KANDA: Cygnets I-4: All-School Cheer-
leader 4: Court Jesters I-4, treas. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,
vice pres, 4: Class treas. 2: Great Books Club 4:
Round Table Royalty 4.
KISER, MAJEL: Camera Club I-3, sec. I, 2: Girls'
Chorus 2, 3: Mixed Chorus I.
,KNESEK, MARY: Cygnets I'4: Courtesy Club 3:
'Tri-Hi-Y 3: Court Jesters l: Girls' Chorus 2: Student
'Council 2: Red Cross 3.
KNOTT, TIM: Key Club 4.
KNOX, LAURA: Literature Club I-4, rec. 4: Radio
I Club I-4, sec. I, 2, pres. 3, 4: Science Club, chapl.
W 2, sec. 3: JCL I-4: German Club 3.
KOEPPE, GLORIA: Coronets 'l-3: Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
I KoRsTJENs, DONALD
KOSTED, JOYCE: Cygnets l-4: Courtesy Club 2-4:
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Student Council 4: Court Jesters I, 2:
Natl. Art Honor Soc., treas. 4: Lancer Queen 4.
KURITZ, DAVID: Hi-Y, sec. I: Band I-3: Key Club
3: Science Club 3: Student Council I: Track l:
IN. Little Rock, Arlml
KUYKENDALL, STEVE: Lancers I, sgt. at arms I:
' Football I-3: Hi-Y 4: Key Club 4: Student Council 4.
LAIRD, LINDA: Coronets I-3, Courtesy Club 2.
LAND, JO: Cygnets 'I'4, Courtesy Club I, Rec
Cross 'I, 2, alt. 3, Chorus 3, Art Club 3, 4.
LANKFORD, JIM: Band I-4.
LANKFORD, JOE: NFL I-4, Key Club 4, JCL I,
Football I, Golf 3, 4, Honor Roll 4.
LAW, MICKEY: Hi-Y 4, Science Club 3, 4, Aeronautics
Club 4, JCL 3, 4.
LAWSON, DARREL: Football 2.
LAWSON, DENNIS: Football I.
Officers Pins Treasured as Senior
LAWSON, PAM: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4,l
Court Jesters 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Natl. Art Honor'
Soc. 3, 4, parl. 4, Student Council, alt. 4, Queen,
of Hearts 4. ,
LEMONS, DANA: Courtesy Club I, 2.
LENSGRAF, ERIC I
LEVIN, JULIE: Coronets I-4, cheerleader I, pres. 4,t
vice pres. 4, Courtesy Club I-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,
Student Council 3, 4, Pep Council 4, Court Jesters
I-3, Round Table Royalty' 4, Princess of Friendship'
LEWIS, JACQUELINE: Courtesy Club 4, German CluI:l
3, 4, Jr. Delegates 4. I
LEWIS, MARK: Marching Band I-4, Concert Ban
2-4, Great Books Club 4.
LIEBMAN, FERNE: Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club I,
2, Honor Language 3, 4. J
LINGENFELTER, DARLENE '
LINGERFELT, LINDA: FTA 2-4, sec. 3, vice pres. 4,
Lime, DALE: cygnef: 14, sand om: 2,'3, Banc
LOEFFLER, ALAN: YTK I-4, Red Cross I-4, Sciencl
Club I-3, JCL I, 2, Boys' "O" Club 4, Natl. Honox
Soc. 4, Swimming 2, 3.
LONDON, MARY: Coronets I-4, treas. 4, Courtesy
Club I-4, Court Jesters I-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
LONG, KEITH: Falcons I-4, sgt. at arms 3, asst. sec.
3, inductee chrm. 4, treas. 4, Shield rep. 4, Studen,
Council, alt: 4.
LoNcs, PATH: cygnees 14, Courtesy Club I-4J
Court Jesters I-3, Student Council 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4:
Shield rep. 2, Natl. Honor Soc. 4. '
LOONEY, CANDY: Coronets 'I-4, vice pres. 4, pres
4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep Council 4
Round Table Royalty 4, Red Cross 4.
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MANSKE, STAN: Cry-slurs I-4: German Club 2-4.
MARR, JUDY: Cygnets 'I-4: Courtesy Club 1: JC
I, 2: Girls' "O" Club 3, 4, hist. 3, pres. 4, sec. 1
Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4.
MARRS, GARY: Honor Math 3, 4.
MARSHALL, LINDA: Cygnets I-4.
MARTIN, KAREN: Courtesy Club 'I-4.
MARTIN, LINDA: Cygnets I-3: YTK 2: Red Cros
2: Cry-slurs 2-4, chapl. 4: Girls' Chorus 2, 3
MASON, ANDY: NFL I-4, pres. 4: Key Club 3, 4
Lancers I-3, treas. 3: Announcers Club 3, 4: Matl
Analysis Club 4, sgt. at arms 4: Great Books Club
poet laureate 4: Honor Math 2-4: Natl. Honor Soc
MASON, RON: Falcons I-4: Track 3, 4: Cross Coul
MASTAGNI, BERNIE: Band I-3.
MAUPIN, OLIVIA: Coronets I-4, chapl. 4: JCL 2--
hist. 3, sec. 4: Judicial bd. 4: Natl. Honor Soc. I
4: Honor Math 2-4: Honor Language 3, 4: Gres
Books Club 4.
MAURER, BRYAN: Class pres. I, 3: Key Club 2-1
vice pres. 4: Student Council 4: Judicial bd. 4: Boy
State 3: Jr. Rotarian 4: Natl. Honor Soc. 4: Gre'
Books Club 4. l
MAYNOR, CAROL l
MCCANDLESS, KATHY: Coronels 'I-4, sgt. at arnl
2: Courtesy Club I-4: Court Jesters I-3: Tri-Hi-I
3, 4: Student Council: treas. 4: Honor Languag
3, 4: Princess of Hearts 4. I
IVICCLUNG, KAY: cygneas 1-4.
MCCORMICK, MIKE: Key Club 4: JCL 2-4, parl. J
Great Books Club 4, pres. 4: Band I-4, vice pre
4: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4: Honor Math 3, 4: Honc
Language 3, 4.
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BUT seniors always have more toys insists Butch Turner to Rosemary Burton at the Christmas Toys for
VICCREIGHT, GEORGE: Para Medics 1, JCL 2-4,
Science Club 2-4.
VlcDONALD, JANIS: Coronets 2-4.
flcNEIL, BETTY: Coronets 1-4.
MCNUTT, MACK: JCL 1, 4, Band 1.
CPHEETERS, MARTY: Cygnets 1-4, parl. 3, pres. 4,
atl. Honor Soc. 3, 4, sec, 4, Honor Language 3,
5 Announcers Club 1-4, chapl. 2, Class sec. 1,
ourtesy Club 1-4, sgt. at arms 47 Round Table
EEKER, JOHN: Band 1-3, Boys' Chorus 4: Shield
taff 4, Aeronautics Club 2.
EISTER, SUSIE: Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club, Stu-
ent Council, sec. 4, Natl. Art Honor Soc. 3, 4,
res. 3: Honor Math 3, 47 Round Table Royalty 4,
rincess of Friendship 4, Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
ELANSON, TRICIA: Coronets 1-37 Courtesy Club
, 2: DE Club 3, Student Council 1.
ERILATT, LONNA: Cygnets 1-35 Natl. Art Honor
ICHAELSON, DAVID: Key Club 4: Science Club
-4, sgt. at arms 3: library Club 2-4, pres. 4: Lan-
ers 1-3, parl. 37 JCL 1-3, Great Books Club 4:
ath Analysis Club 4.
ILBURN, MERRILY: Cygnets 1-4, Natl. Honor Soc.
, 45 Honor Math 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 3, 4: JCL 25
onor Roll 1-4.
oys' ' ' Club Mistletoe
ILES, MARIBETH: Coronets 1-4: Courtesy Club
-3, Court Jesters 1, 2: Election bd. 2-4.
ILLER, CHRISTY: Cygnets 1-3, Court Jesters 17
irls' Tennis team 1.
ILLER, CONNIE: Coronets 1-3: Courtesy Club 1,
7 Court Jesters 1, 2: Honor Math 3.
ILLER, EVERETT: Band 1-3, Yearbook 1-3, ass't
us. mgr. 2, bus. mgr. 3, Key Club 4, JCL 3, 4:
New Orleans, La.1.
INES, LINDA: Cygnets 1-4, sgt. at arms 2, 4,
parl. 2, cheerleader 3, Courtesy Club 1, 2: Court
Jesters 1-3, Student Council 3, 4, ccrres. sec. 4:
Key Club Princess 4.
ITCHELL, HARRY: Round Table staff 3, 4.
JANET: cygneis 1, 2, co 4.
MARVIN: Key Club 4, Track 3, 4, BoysR
MIKE: Wrestling I-3, Student Council 34
MOAK, WYNN ANNE: Cry-slurs I-4, bus. mgr. 3,
sec. 4, Red Cross I-3, safety chrm 3, YTK I, 2, 4,
Student Council 4.
MONTGOMERY, GAYLE: Coronets I-4, Courtesy.
Club 3, 20th Century Homemakers 4, Natl. Honorl
MOORE, CAROLYN: Cygnets I-4, 20th Century
Homemakers 4, Girls' Chorus I-3.
MOORE, DONNA: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4, Honor
Language 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, vice pres. 4,
Science Club 2-4, sec. 3, vice pres. 4, Jr. Delegates
3, 4, chapl. 3, JCL 2-4, Great Books Club 4.
MORELOCK, JODY: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2,
4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Announcers Club 4.
SUSAN: Cygnets I-4, cheerleader 3,
sgt. at arms 4, asst. trees. 4, Courtesy Club I-4,
sec. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, sgt. at arms 3, pres. 4, StuA
dent Council 4, Court Jesters I-3, Honor Roll 3,
Princess of Hearts.
MORIN, CRAIG .
MORRIS, ANNETTE: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club
I, Orchestra I.
MORRIS, JOHN: Boys' "O" Club 2-4, Football 2-4,+
Y Wrestling 2-4, Student Council, alt. 2-4.
Only Weeiuns and Cowboy Boofsl
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MEASURING electrical impulses with an oscilloscope in electronics class are Rod Clenney and Mitchell Sprowso.
MORRIS, KARLA: 20th Century Homemakers 4.
MULLENS, SUSAN: Cygnets I-4: Courtesy Club I, 4:
Election bd. 4: Natl. Art Honor Soc. 2.
MULLIGAN, DEIDRA: Coronets I-3: Courtesy Club 4:
Student Council 4.
MURPHY, MARSHA: Cry-slurs I-4: Girls' Sextet I-4:
Girls' "O" Club 3, 4.
VIURPHY, MIKE: DE Club 4: Aeronautics Club 4.
MUSE, MARY: DE Club 3, 4: DE Princess 3.
MUSGRAVE, PAM: Cygnets I: Cry-slurs I-3: Honor
Math 3: Natl. Honor Soc. 4: Girls' Sextet I-3.
IAYATT, MARGARET: Girls' Chorus I, 3.
YERS, LINDA: Cygnets I: Girls' "O" Club 2-4,
YERS, RICK: DE Club 4.
dorn Our Senior Feet
EAL, KATHY: Cygnets I-4.
EDBALEK, NEDRA: Coronets I-4, rec. sec. 4, att.
ec, 4: Courtesy Club I-4: Honor Language 3, 4,
ec.-treas. 4: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4: Studen-t Coun-
il 4: Honor Roll 144: Court Jesters 'l, 2.
EILL, MELONY: Courtesy Club I-4: Science Club
EILSON, JANET: Coronets 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 3.
EWMAN, JOHN: Track I: Basketball 2, 3: CMC-
EWTON, SONDRA: Coronets I-3.
ORTHUP, ANITA: Cygnets 1.4: Natl. Honor Soc.
: Natl. Art Honor Soc. 4: Student Council 4: Hi-
otes 3, 4: Band'and Orchestra Girls 3, 4, pres.
OWLIN, JANIS: Cygnets I-4, cheerleader 2: All-
chool Cheerleader 3, 4: Court Jesters I-4, pres. 4:
ep Council 4: Natl. Art ,Honor Soc. 4: All Sports
ueen 4: Princess of Friendship 4.
AKES, RICKY: Orchestra I-4: Radio Club 3, 4,
c. 3, eng. 4: Natl. Honor Soc. 4: Honor Language
, 4: Science Club 4: Honor Roll I.
OFFUTT, KAYE: Gygnets I-45 Girls' "O" Club 3,
45 Girls' Tennis team 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Courtesy
OLDHAM, DEBBIE: Coronets I-35 Courtesy Club I5
Student Council, alt. 45 Court Jesters I, 2.
PADBERG, DICK: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Key Club
2-45 German Club 3, 45 Math Analysis Club 4, pres.
45 Election bd. 45 Football I-3.
PADDOCK, BILL: Lancers IA4, hist. 3, treas. 3, vice
pres. 45 Key Club 3, 4, chapl. 45 Student Council 4,
store mgr. 45 Band I-3.
PARKER, ZANE: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Honor Lane
guage 45 Shield rep. 3, 4.
PARMETER, DONNA: Cygnets 2, 35 Courtesy Club
2, 35 20th 'Century Homemakers 2.
PARRISH, GEORGE: Radio Club 2.
PATE, JIM: Honor Math 3, 45 Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
PATTERSON, CINDY: 'Cygnets I-45 All-School Cheer-
leader 3, 45 Court Jesters I-4, sec. 45 Courtesy
Club I-45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, chapl. 45 Top Teen I-45
All-Sports Princess 45 Lady of Friendship 4.
PATTERSON, GARY: Band I-35 Aeronautics Club 3.
PAYNE, TERRYE: Cygnets 2, 35 Courtesy Club 35
Court'Jesters 35 Red Cross 4, alt. 3.
PEARSON, CHARLES: DE, pres. 4. fNovember I7,t
1946-March 3, 19.551 I
PEARSON, MIKE: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Science,
Club I-4, sec. 3, 4, treas. 45 Library Club 2-4,
chapl. 3, vice pres. 45 JCL I, 2.
PEDIGO, MARY: Cygnets I-4, sgt. at arms 4, pres.
45 Courtesy Club I-45 Tri-Hi-Y 2.45 Honor Math 35
Pep Council 45 Great Books Club 45 Natl. Honor
PENNINGTON, CAROL: Coronets I-45 Courtesy Club
I, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 4, chapl. 4, sec. 45 Court Jesters I5
Falcon Princess 4.
PERKINS, TANDA: Cygnets I-45 Y-Teens 4.
PERRY, SHERRI: Coronets I-45 Courtesy Club I-3
Trl-Hi-Y 45 JCL I, 25 Court Jesters I5 YTK I, 2.
PETTY, HANK: Band I-45 Aviation Club 3.
3HELPS, KENNY: Boys' "O" Club 45 Basketball l-45
Nlatl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Honor Math 2-4, pres. 45
Iry-slurs' 1-4, vice pres. 45 Jr. Delegates 3, 45 Judicial
sd., alt. 4.
BICKENS, CAROL: Cygnets I-45 Maiorette 2-4, head
45 Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Honor Math 35 Honor
Language 3, 45 Class treas. 45 Lancer Princess 4.
EICKNEY, JAN: Coronets l-45 Y-Teens 4, pres. 45
Courtesy Club I5 Girls' Chorus 'I-4.
DLATER, FRANK: Camera Club 3, 4, pres. 45 German
Club 'l-45 Science Club 2, 35'Election bd. 4.
lPOPE, DAN: Student Council 3, 4, exec. bd. 45
lKey Club 3, 4.
lPOUNDS, DEBBIE: cygners 1-4, courtesy Club 1,
25 Court Jesters I5 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Student Council 4.
POWELL, DOUG: Student Council 2, 35 Cry-slurs
1-45 Key Club 3, 45 German Club 3, 45 Great Books
Club 45 AFS Host 3.
OWELL, JANA: Coronets l, 25 Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
OWELL, PENNY: Cygnets l-45 Courtesy Club I-35
ourt Jesters l, 25 JCL l, 25 Girls' "O" Club 2-4,
treas. 4, rep. 35 Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Student
ouncil 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y, treas. 4.
ULLEY, NANCY: Cygnets I, 25 Red Cross 2.
UTROFF, SUSAN: Coronets l-45 Courtesy Club 2,
5 Court Jesters 2-45 Natl. Art Honor Soc. 45 Honor
ADDl5, SHERRY: Cygnets 2-45 Courtesy Club 3.
AGSDALE, TOM: Science Club 15 German Club
-45 Electronics Club 3, 4, sgt. at arms 35 Honor
ath 3, 45 Great Books Club 4.
Senior Class Mascot
HE CAREER CONFERENCE, held annually
o brief students on occupation choices,
eaturecl 95 consultants. Pat Ehrlich and Jill
acqbson confer with Linda Herron, dental
RAMEE, ROBERT: Key'Club 45 Student Council 45
RAMSEY, PAT HUME
RAY, MARCIA: Cygnets I-4, sgt. at arms 35 Cour-
tesy Club I-45 Court Jesters I5 Tri-Hi-Y 4, sgt. at
arms 45 Student Council 45 JCL 25 20th Century
Homemakers 45 Election bd. 3, 4.
RAY, SUSIE: Coronets 'I-45 Courtesy Cluo 1-35 Lour'
Jesters 1-35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Red Cross 4.
REDLINGER, LINDA: Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club
REEVES, STEVE: Lancers I, 2, rec. sec. 2, sgt. at
REEVES, VICKIE: Coronets I-35 Girls' "O" Club 3, 4.
REIFF, KAETHE: Cygnets I-4, rep. 2, sgt. at arms
35 Courtesy Club 3, 4, att. sec. 45 Jr. Delegates 3,l
4, vice pres. 3, pres. 35 Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4, treas.
45 Honor Math 2-4, sec. 45 Student Council, exec.
bd. 45 JCL 2-4.
REINHEIMER, HELEN: Coronets I-4, ad. mgr. 4, asst.
treas. 45 Courtesy Club I-4, vice pres. 4, pres. 45
Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, vice pres. 3, parl. 45 Court Jesters I-45
Round Table staff 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Honor
REYNOLDS, CHRIS: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club 3,
45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Student Council 45 Court Jesters 25
Election bd. 45 All Sports Princess 4.
RHODES, KATHY: Natl. Thespians 2-45 Natl. Honor
Soc. 3, 45 Cygnets 45 Red Cross 45 fHobbs, N.M.l
RICHARDS, BETH: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club I-45
Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Honor Language 3, 45 Honon
Math 35 Jr. Delegates 3, 4, corres. sec. 35 Hi-Notes
RICHARDSON, DON: DE Club 3, 4.
RIGG, DEANNA:' Student Council I, 25 French Club
i, 2, vite pres. 25 Math Club 2, parl. 25 Natl. Honor
Soc. 2, 45 fStar Spencerj.
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TAPPED as city Junior Scientist of the Month in Januaryl,
Bill Shoot adiusts the laser he built for the Science Fair.
RILEY, JANET: Coronets I-4, att. sec. 4, rec. sec.
4, Courtesy Club I-4, sgt. at arms 4, Red Cross 1-4,
vice pres. 4, Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4, Honor Math
2-4, Honor Language 3, 4, Girls' "O" Club 3, 4,
rep. 4, Jr. Delegates 3, 4, sec. 3, vice pres. 3, NFL
RILEY, RICHARD: Coin Club 4.
RITTER, STEVE: Boys' "O" Club 2-4, Basketball I-4,
Band l-4, drum maior 2-4, Pep Band l, Orchestra I.
ROBERTS, LINDA: Red Cross 4.
ROBERTSON, MIKE: Falcons l-4, sgt. at arms 3, 4,
duc. chrm. 3, German Club 2-4, Knight at football
ROBERTSON, SHERRI: Coronets I-3, Girls' Chorus
I-3, Courtesy Club 4, Red Cross, alt. 4.
ROBINSON, PAUL: Boys' "O" Club 4, Track I-3,
Hi-Y 4, Student Council, alt. 4.
RODGERS, DICK: DE Club 4, vice pres. 4, Footbail
I, 2, Wrestling l.
loocres, JACKI: cygnefs 1.4, courtesy club 1-4,
ri-Hi-Y 2-4, Court Jesters l-4, Election bd. 4.
UBENSTEIN, HELENA: Coronets 3, 4.
USH, MARSHA: Coronets I-4, Y-Teens, vice pres. l,
reat Books Club 4, Girls' Chorus I-3.
USSELL, JUDY: Cygnets l-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3,
ed Cross 4, Election bd. 4.
Jerk' - We Prefer Square Dances
UTLEDGE, CYNTHIA: Coronets l, 2, Cry-slurs l-4,
atl. Honor Soc. 4.
UTLEDGE, SUSAN: Cygnets I-4.
AMARA, CAROLYN: Cygnets I-4, Red Cross 3,
tudent Council 4.
AMMONS, RHONDA: Coronets I-4, Band and Or-
hestra Girls l-4, Hi-Notes 4, Band I-4, Pep Band
, sec. 4, Science Club 4.
ANDERS, CHARLOTTE: Band I-4, Natl. Honor Soc.
, 4, Cygnets I-3, Band and Orchestra Girls I-4,
gt. at arms 3, vice pres. 4, Honor Roll I-3.
AS, DAVID: Boys' "O" Club 4, Football 2-4, Bas-
etball l, 2.
CHEER, GINNY: Coronets 2-4, ush. chrm. 4, Band
-4, Orchestra 2-4, Literature Club 2-4, Natl. Honor
oc. 4, Honor Math 3, 4, Band and Orchestra Girls
-4, treas. 4.
CHON, BIRGIT: German Club 4, sec. 4, Natl. Art
onor Soc. 4, Red Cross 4.
SCHROEDER, NANCY: Coronets I-45 Red Cross 3, 45
German Club 25 Courtesy Club 4.
SCHWAB,'VICKY: Cygnets I-4, sgt. at arms 25
Court Jesters I5 Red Cross 45 Student Council 2.
SCOTT, JOHN: Boys' "O" Club 2-4, treas. 45 Key
Club 2-45 Basketball I-45 Baseball I-45 Natl. Honor
SCOTT, KAYE: DE Club 45 DE Queen 4.
SCUDDER, JACK: Student Council 3, 4, parl. 4,
inter-city, parl. 45 JCL I-4, vice pres. 35 NFL 2-45
Natl. Thespians 2-45 Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Boys'
"O" Club 3, 45 Track 2-45 Announcers Club 2.-45
Jr. Rotarian 4.
SEAMAN, SHERRY: Cygnets 2-4.
Last Football Game Bringsi
SEARS, HARDY: Band I-35 Honor Math 2-45 Honoy
Roll 35 Electronics Club 4.
SHADID, ELLEN: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club I-3,
Court Jesters I, 25 Student Council 3.
SHAW, DIANE: Coronets I-35 Courtesy Club 2, 3,
German Club 3, 45 Natl. Art Honor Soc. I-45 Grea
Books Club 45 Election bd. 25 German Club Prin
SHAW, TERRY: Cry-slurs I-45 Red Cross 3, 45 Hono
Honor Roll 2, 4.
SHEEHAN, SHERRY: Cygnets I-4, sgt. at arms 3
treas. 45 Courtesy Club I-45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Girls' "O'
Club I, 25 Girls' Swim team I-45 Court Jesters I, 2
Election bd. 45 Student Council, alt. 45 Natl. Hono
SHELTON, MARIETTA: Courtesv Club I-35 CO 4.
SHEPHERD, SUSAN: Coronets I-45 Cry-sIurs5 Girls'
Chorus, sec. 4.
SHERMAN, JUDY: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club I-45
Honor Language 3, 45 Round Table staff I-4, editor
45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, vice pres. 45 Student Coun-
cil, exec. bd. 45 Great Books Club 45 Honor Roll
SHERRILL, JIMMY: German Club 2-45 Football I-3.
SHOOT, BILL: Band 2-45 Orchestra 2-45 Cry-slurs 3,
45 Science Club 2-4, parl. 3, pres. 45 Natl. Honor
Soc. 3, 45 Honor Math 3, 45 Great Books Club 4.
SHOOT, JIM: Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Honor Math
3, 45 Honor Language 3, 45 Orchestra 2-45 Cry-slurs
3, 45 Science Club I-4, pres. 35 Pep Band, dir. 45
JCL I-45 Great Books Club 4.
SHORTS, DORENE: Library Club I-4, hist. 3, chapl.
SIGMON, BARBARA: Coronets I-4, parl. I, sgt. at
arms 35 All-School Cheerleader 45 Court Jesters I-4,
cheerleader I, hist. 45 Class treas. 35 Student Coun-
cil 35 Honor Roll 45 All Sports Princess 4.
SILK, BILL: Key Club 2-45 Election bd. 45 Honor
Roll 25 Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
l A GIFT-WRAPPED senior, Randy Foster, bursts through the hoop for the final game
SENTIMENT runs high at the last football game as
SMITH, BARRY: Cry-slurs 3, 4, German Club 3, 4,
Golf 4, JCL I, 2, School Organist 3, 4.
SMITH, KATHY: Cygnets I-4, Red Cross T, Girls'
Tennis team 3, 4.
ITH, LYNN: Coronets I-3, Library Club I.
MITH, MARY JO: Girls' "O' Club 4, FTA 3, 4,
ice pres. 3, pres. 4.
MITH, PETE: JCL I, 2, Cry-slurs 2, Electronics Club
, 3, vice pres. 3, Honor Roll 3, 4, Election bd. 4,
ath Analysis Club 4, Honor Math 4.
MITH, SARA: German Club 'I-4, hist. 3, queen 4,
reat Books Club 4, Natl. Honor Soc. 4, Hi-Notes
, 4, pres. 3, inter-city, pres. 4, Round Table staff
, Band and Orchestra Girls 2-4, chapl. 2, parl. 4,
and '2-4, Honor Language 4.
SMITH, TRICIA: YTK I, Coronets 'I-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4.
SNELL, KAREN: Coronets I-4, Red Cross 3, 4, chapl.
4, Natl. Honor Soc. 4, Honor Language 3, 4, Honor
oll 2, 3, Great Books Club 4.
NYDER, LINDA: Natl. Art Honor Soc. 'I-4, Natl.
onor Soc. 4.
OUTHARD, BOBETTE: Cygnets I, 2, Red Cross, alt.
PANN, DICK: Cry-slurs I-4, Electronics Club 4.
SPARKMAN, JOHN: Jr. Delegates 4.
SPARKS, GARY: Red Cross, alt. 2: CO 4.
SPARKS, KAY: Coronets I-4: Courtesy Club 1, 2
Court Jesters l-3: Natl. Art Honor Soc. l: Announc
ers Club 1, 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Honor Roll 2.
SPENCER, JANEL: cygners 1-3, cry-:mrs 2-4.
SPITLER, JOHN: Football l-3: Hi-Y 4: Aeronautics
SPOONER, ALAN: Red Cross 4.
SPROWSO, MITCH: Aeronautics Club 3: Electronic:
Club 4: Track l.
STACY, JIM: Key Club 2-4, pres. 4: Student Counci
3, 4: Football I-4: Natl. Honor Soc. 4: Class pres. 2
Top Teen 1: Round Table Royalty 4: Prince ol
STANFIELD, NOBLE: Hi-Y 4.
STANGELAND, JANE: Coronets 'l-4, treas. 4: Natl.
Honor Soc. 4: Honor Math 2-4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Matl-l
Analysis Club 4: JCL 'l-4: Jr. Delegates'3, 4: Lanceq
Princess 4. l
STARR, JACK: Cry-slurs 3, 4, asst. libr. 4.
STEER, DOVELINE: Cygnets l-4: Courtesy Club 1-4J
Court Jesters l, 2: JCL, exec. bd. I-3: Tri-Hi-Y 3J
4: Girls' "O" Club 4: Jr. Delegates 3: Science Clulsl
STEPHENS, ELLEN: Cry-slurs 2-4, treas. 4: Coronets
I-3: Courtesy Club 1, 2: FTA l: Library Club I.
STEPHENS, .LlZETTE: Band l-3: Cadet Band, sec. 3:
FTA 3: Honor Roll 2, 3: KU. S. Grantt.
STEWART, JOE: Science Club 4: Coin Club 4.
STONE, MARINELLE: Red Cross 3, 4: Natl. Art Honorl
"MMM, that paint tastes good!" says Matthew
Driskill, son of NWC English teacher, Mrs.1
Linda Driskill. His brother Christopher and
Laurie Gaut, daughter of the assistant princia
pal, are helped in their play by Margaret
Haggard and Nina Hanchette, members of'
the Child Care class.
STRAIN, KATHY: Coronets 1-4, parl. 2, 4, chapl. 4,
Courtesy Club 1-4, Student Council 3, 4, sgt. at arms
l4, Red Cross 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3.
-SUGGS, JAY: Tennis 1-4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4.
j SULLIVAN, ROBERT
SWICK, SUSAN: Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 1-4,
Natl. Honor Soc. 4, Honor Math 3, 4, Natl. Art
QHonor Soc. 4: JCL 3, 4, German Club 4, Honor
lSWlGERT, SALLY: Cygnets 1.4, hosp. ch. 4, assi.
lsec. 4, Courtesy Club 1-4, asst. treas. 4, asst. sec.
l4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, treas. 4, Student Council 4, Red
lTATE, MlKE: Boys' "O" Club 4, Basketball 2-4, Base-
ball 3, 4.
lTATUM, DENNY: Student Council 4, DE Club 4.
TAYAR, JAYNE: Coronets 1-4.
TAYLOR, CARMIE: Cygnets 1-4.
TAYLOR, JANE: Coronets 1-3, Courtesy Club 1-3
TAYLOR, MARY: Cygnets 1-4, Court Jesters 1,
Thespians 1-4, parl. 4, All-School Plays 2-4, FTA
TAYLOR, MERLE: Red Cross 4, JCL 1.
TAYLOR, SANDRA: .Coronets 1-4, Court Jesters 1.
Jokes Baffle Undelrclassmen
TERRY, LINDA: Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club 1-4,
DE Club 4, Red Cross 3.
TESTER, PAT: Band 1-3, twirler 1-3, Honor Soc. 1-3,
FHA 1-3, chapl. 2, Pep Club 1-3, Girls State 3,
Natl. Honor Soc. 4, lCrescent.J.
yTHOMAS, JUDY: Coronets 3, 4, Honor Languages 3,
4, Courtesy Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Delegates
4, JCL 3, 4, Red Cross 4, Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
iTHOMASON, KAREN: Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club
1-3, Cry-slurs 1-4, Natl. Honor Soc. 4, Tri-Hi-Y
4, JCL 1, 2, Court Jesters 1, YTK 2.
THOMFORD, ANN: Coronets 1-3, Courtesy Club 1,
Red Cross 1, 2.
1THOMPSON, JOHN: Lancers 1, 2, Electronics Club
THOMPSON, LIN: Coronets 3, 4, sgt:' at arms 4,
Tri-Hi-Y 4, Natl. Honor Soc. 4, Student Council 4,
Honor Language 4.
XTHOMPSON, MARY: Cygnets 1-3, Courtesy Club
1-3, Court Jesters 1, 2, Natl. Art Honor Soc. 2-4,
Shield rep. 4.
l THOMPSON, SHERRY MCMAHON
l THOMPSON, WARREN: Cry-slurs l-4, German Club
4, Radio Club 3, Library Club 4.
THORNTON, JEANNIE: Cygnets 3, 4, Girls' "O"
Club 2-4, sec. 4, vice pres. 4, Girls' Swimming
team 1-4, Girls' Tennis team 'l-4.
THRASH, JACK: Natl. Art Honor Soc. 4.
TIERNAN, PAT: Electronics Club l-3, Key Club 2-4,
Camera Club 4, Great Boolfs Club 4, Russian Club
l, 2, Honor Roll 3.
TOLLE, CONNIE: Cygnets 2-4, Red Cross 3, 4, Cour-1
tesy Club 2, 3, Shield rep. 4.
TRAVIS, RUTH ANN, Cygnets 'I-4, Red Cross 2-4,l
FTA 3, 4, sec. 4.
TRUELOVE, RON: Tennis 2, 4. l
TRUITT, VICKI: Coronets 2, 3. W
TUCKER, LINDA: Cygnets I-4, Student Council 3, 4,l
alt. 2, Courtesy Club 3, 4.
TURNER, HARLETA: Coronets 'l, 3, Cry-slurs 3, 4.1
Five Sfudy Halls and We
TURNER, MYRETTA: FTA l, 2, 4, Cygnets 3, 4, fMid-
land, Tex.J. l
TURNER, RALPH: Student Council 4, Election bd.
4, Wrestling l, Golf 2, Hi-Y 4.
UKENA, JAY: Boys' "O" Club 4, Key Club 4, Ger-
man Club 2-4, Honor Language 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3,i
Cross Country I, 3, 4, Track 'I-4.
VANDENNIEUWENHOF, JUDY: Red Cross l-4, asst.l
sec. 4, Girls' "O" Club 2-4, Honor Language 2-4,-
Courtesy Club 4, German Club 2, 3, vice pres. 2,
VAN DYKE, STEVE: Electronics Club 3, 4, Natl.
Honor Soc. 4, Honor Math 3, 4.
VAN HOOK, WENDELL: Falcons l, Marching Band,
I-4, Concert Band I-4. l
VAN HORN, JOHNNY
VAN SCOY, RANDY
VARNER, GORDON: Electronics Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 45
Key Club 45 Honor Math 3, 4.
IVAUGHN, JOE: Marching Band I-45 Concert Band
.I-45 Orchestra 2-45 Pep Band 2-4.
VICKREY, KATHLEEN: Coronets I-35 Courtesy Club
IVINCENT, LARRY: Key Club 45 Hi-Y 45 Student
Council, alt. 4.
IVINSON, SAMMIE: Shield I-4, editor 4, Times corres.
I45 Class sec. 45 Cygnets I-4, sgt. at arms 3, asst.
itreas. 45 Courtesy Club I-45 Honor Language 3,
45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Student Council 4.
VOEGELEIN, LINDA: Coronets I-45 Courtesy Club
I-45 Maiorette 2-45 Student Council 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,
45 Election bd. 35 Falcon Princess 4.
WADE, LUANNA: Cygnets I-45 chapl. 45 Courtesy
Club 2-45'JCL I5 Great Books Club 45 Election bd.
45 Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4.
WADE, NANCY: JCL I5 Honor Language 3, 45 Great
lB0oks Club 4.
WALCHER, JOE: Boys' "O" Club 45 Tennis 2-45
Honor Roll I5 Hi-Y 45 Falcons I, 25 Math Analysis
Club 45 Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
WALDRIP, STEVE: Coin Club 4, vice pres. 4.
WALKER, DON: Science Club 3, 45 Coin Club 4,
pres. 45 Key Club 45 Math Analysis Club 45 Oil
Exec. for a Day 4.
WALL, SUZANNE: Cry-slurs I-4, hist. 45 Red Cross 4.
WALLING, SANDRA: Cygnets I-4, hosp. chrm. 3, sgt.
at arms '3, sec. 35 Courtesy Club 'I-45 NFL 2-45 Natl.
Thespians I-45 Student Council 3, alt. 45 Red Cross
25 Announcers Club 2-45 Honor Roll 4.
lWAMPLER, JAN: Coronets I-35 Red Cross, alt. I.
WANDELL, DARLA. Cygnets 4.
Still Can'f Make the Honor Roll
IWARD, DON: Boys' "O" Club 45 Tennis 2-4.
WARD, TOMMY: Wrestling 'I, 25 Natl. Art Honor
ATSON, PAT: CO 4.
ATTERS, TOM: Key Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4, pres. 4,
sec. 45 Wrestling 'I-35 Honor Math 2-45 Honor roll
, 45 Math Analysis Club 45 Election bd. 45 Natl.
Honor Soc. 4.
WEBB, JEFF: Band I-45 Pep Band I-45 Orchestra I,
35 Hi-Y 45 Shield rep. 3, 45 Baseball 25 fMusko-
WEBBER, SUSAN: Coronets I-45 Courtesy Club I5
FTA 45 Honor Math 3, 45 Honor Roll I-45 Natl.
Honor Soc. 45 Student Council alt. 4.
WEBER, PHYLLIS: Cygnets 'I-4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: DE Club
4, rep. 4: DE Princess 4: Red Cross 2: YTK 'I.
WEBSTER, JUDY: Coronets I-4: Student Council 4,
Courtesy Club I, 2: Red Cross I: Natl. Honor Soc.
WEIBEL, DENNIS: Cry-slurs 3, 4: Falcons I-3: Red
Cross I: Great Books Club 4.
WEST, SUSAN: Courtesy Club I-3: Girls' Tennis
WESTMORELAND, JIM: NFL I-3: Boys State 3: JCL
2: Announcers Club 3, 4: Great Books Club 4, vice
WHEELER, SHARI: Coronets I-4: Courtesy Club 4:
Election bd. 4: Great Books Club 4.
WHITBECK, JOHN I
WHITE, JOHN: Hi-Y 4.
WHITE, RICK X
WHYTLAW, DAVID: Lancers I, 2: Swimming I-4,
capt: 4: Boys' "O" Club 2-4: Honor Math 3, 4:
Student Council 4.
WILBURN, CAROLE: Coronets I.
WILDMAN, DAVID: Hi-Y 4.
WILKERSON, JANE: Cygnets 1.4: Courtesy Club 2:
Red Cross I, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Student Council 2: 20th
Century Homemakers 2.
WILLIAMS, ALLEN: Student Council, alt. 4: Red Cross,
WILLIAMS, BECKY: Coronets 3, 4: Courtesy Club'
3, 4: Student Council 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Honor Math
4: Court Jesters 3: Falcon Princess 4: Natl. Honor,
'Our Last Year' Ends With Parties
WILLIAMS, BETH: Coronets 4. llittle Rock, Ark.:
WILLIAMS, CINDY: Coronets I-4, cheerleader 2: All-
School Cheerleader 3, 4: Court Jesters I-4, vice'
pres. 4: Courtesy Club 2-4: Pep Council 4: Honor
Roll 4: Natl. Art Honor Soc. 4: All Sports Princess 4.1
WILLIAMS, DIANA: Cygnets I-4: Courtesy Club I-4:1
Great Books Club 4: Round Table staff 2, 3: Election
bd. 4. I
WILLIAMS, GEORGE: Band 2-4: Orchestra 3, 4:F
Science Club 4: Key Club 4: JCL 3, 4: Pep Band 4.
WILLIAMS, SHARON: Coronets I-4, ush. chrm. 4:
Shield rep. 3: Concert Band I-4: Marching Band
'I-4: Pep Band 2-4: Band and Orchestra Girls I-4,
hist. 3, sec. 4.
WILSEY, STEVE: Hi-Y 4.
WILSON, BILL: JCL I, 2: Honor Math 3: NFL 4: Stu-
dent Council 4.
WILSON, BOB: German Club I-3: Key Club 4:
Hi-Y 4: Red Cross, alt. 2.
WILSON, DIANA: Cygnets 1-3, Band and Orchestra
Girls I-4, pres. 4, Red Cross 2, 3, Hi-Notes 3, 4,
sec. 3, vice pres. 4, Concert Band l-4, Orchestra
2-4, Marching Band 2-4, All State Band 3, Princess
of Hearts 4.
WILSON, TIM: Science Club 3, Electronics Club 3.
WINSTON, BRUCE: JCL I, 2, 4, Science Club 3, NFL
4, Red Cross 4.
WISDOM, LINDA: Coronets l, 2, German Club I,
Literature Club I, 2, Red Cross, alt. I-4, 20th Cen-
tury Homemakers 4.
WITHERSPOON, CHRISTY: Cygnets 'I-4.
WITTEN, BOB: Concert Band I-4.
WOMACK, KENNY: Boys "O" Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3,
Key Club 2-4, Baseball I-4, Basketball I-4.
wooDARD, DAN: Key Club 2-4, Hi-Y 4.
WOODS, WILLARD: Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Football
I-4, Track I-3, Key Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Natl. Honor
WOOLEY, JUDY: Coronets I-4, Court Jesters I, 2.
YWORK, DAN: Honor Language 3, 4, Red Cross 3, 4,
Oil Exec. for a Day, Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
WRIGHT, ELAINE PEARCE
WRIGHT, JACQUE: Coronets I-4, Court Jesters 1,
Red Cross 2, 3.
WYCHE, MIKE: Electronics Club 3.
WYCOFF, DEBBIE: Cygnets I-3, Camera Club 2-4,
vice pres. 3, sec.-treas. 2-4, German Club 3, Science
Club 3, 4, Red Cross, alt. 2, 4, FTA I.
Tears and Memories Io '
YEAGER, REGINA: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club
1 l-3, Tri-Hi-Y 3.
YANCEY, SHERRY: Cygnets 4, CSan Diego,
I CAN'T WAlT!" Susie Meister hugs herself in eager anticipation of the
CHECKING PROM PLANNING BOOKS are iunior class officers: Steve King, Sgt- BT BNHS: Marlene PFGVSTT, secretary: Gene W
Smith, president, Jo Ann Winkle, treasurer, and Danny Mayfield, vice president.
"THERE MUST be a rainbow here somewhere!" Junior Class sponsors Miss Eliza-
beth Urmston, Mr. Charles Callum, and Miss Bernice Wester search through
idea books for Junior-Senior Prom suggestions.
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Squires Take Pride
in Noble Advancement,
WE, THE CLASS OF '66, standing midway on the
path to Knighthood, embrace the past with fond re-
membrance and face the future with longing. We look
back with pride on our achievements and gaze for-
ward with anticipation to the lofty heights of Knight-1
hood as we advance toward its shining light. '
Climbing the trail blazed by Knights of old, we ac-I
cept eagerly their challenge to carry on the emblem
of proud Knighthood as they have done with victory'
and honor. ,
Our bewilderment after taking the National Merits,
was soon overshadowed by the excitement over long-
awaited class rings and the prom, in which we took sol
much pride in planning for the soon-to-graduate sen-i
iors. And then came the realization of our changing
position as our friends were elected to places of leader-X
ship for the coming year-Our year.
With the passing of the sword passes not only the
traditions and dreams of the past, but the responsi-
bilities and goals of the future.
With courage and vision, inherited from our prede-
cessors, we, the Squires of today, have grown in this
tradition of Knighthood worthy to become the Knights
J Wide awake Juniors Bear Responsibilities
Juniors Develop Practical Skills
PUTTING the finishing touches on a contemporary lamp
base is iunior Phil Thompson. This woodwork class proi-
ect was Phil's Christmas present to his parents.
l Randy Brown
i Judy Capshaw
i Paulette Carmony
in NWC Industrial Arts Classes
l enneth Cochran
A MIGHTY IMPORTANT piece of paper to ionior Art Schmauchl
is his naturalization certificate. He and Betsy Alaupovic, fresh-N
man, became American citizens in a courthouse ceremonyi
December 17. ,
Squires Face Future with Courage
Dee Dee Day
Harold Defibaugh '
Danny Deupree M
Mike D' Hoostleaere'
Midway on Their Path fo Knighfhood
ary Frank J.
Kaye Green 1
American Field Service Screens Squiresl
Bob Hammack y
Jan Hanraty l
Teresa Harding '
Selects Holt, Teefs
STUDYING the routes which one of them will be following
this summer are American Field Service finalists, Robert Holt
and Carol Teets.
WHAT TO WEAR to the Jr., Sr. Prom is a big problem for
iuniors Connie Montgomery, Marsha Boggs, Susan Bower-
man, and Debi Thompson.
Juniors Play Host at Annual Prom,
Jeanne Jerlow i
Tom T. Jones
Tom V. Jones
i Larry Kendall
Rick Kiser '
Combine Work with Pleasure
Dee Ann Lee
Dee Dee LeGate
Juniors Eagerly Prepare for Leadership,
Bring Honors fo NWC
JUNIOR Karl Johnson proudly displays the trophy he won during
the Christmas holidays to Mrs Norman his speech teacher Karl
placed 'First in Men's Extemporaneous speaking contest at the Miami
Beach, Florida, Festival
Juniors Take Advantages of Benefits
Jimmie Lynn Penny
Offered by D.E.
WORKING on her boss, Dr. James Lowe, iunior Janie Rowton
learns the skills of a dental technician. As a part of the Dis-
tribution Education program, Janie worked half a day in Dr.
"I'D LOVE to Darlene, but I'm already taken." Jimmy Nix
tells Darlene Davis as she offers him her new class ring.
The Big Thrill of Our Junior Year 5
Mary Jane Rhoden
Jerri Roberts '
Terry Rodgers L
Ralph Rogers L
Teresa Rogers '
Art Schmauch I
' Mike Seeley
i Ramona Sewell
l shmey shaded
Finally Getting a NWC Class Ring
David A. Smith
David L. Smith
"ONE MORE electron cloud and we will have a snowman," .Jun-
ior Jon Thompson tells his lab partner, Linda Swanson. Mr.
Brown's chemistry class constructed atom molecular structures
with styrofoam balls.
"GET READY to run," Bill Smith advises Sandi Joyce as he adds l
the final ingredient to a chemistry experiment. Juniors took
chemistry in preparation for college specialization.
Juniors Concentrate on Classwork
T Judy Stanford
Madelynn Street N
Take College Preparatory Courses
Squires Anticipate Final Stretch
Lee Ann Welch
Karen S. Williams
Jo Ann Winkle
'SEE, we don't have to plan the picnic until it starts budding again." Sophomore Rob Elder, sgt. at arms, points out to fellow officers
Catie Thornton, secretary, Terry O'Toole, vice president, Elaine Claunch, treasurer, and Johnny Reeves, president, that their class
:icnic requires long-range planning.
iPlCNlC sites are considered by sophomore sponsors Miss Henrietta Von
VTungeln and Mrs. Carolyn Wakely for the annual class picnic.
Mirror United Efforts
NORTHWEST CLASSEN Heralds approach Knighthood
as did Heralds of ancient lore. They rise from humble
Pages to Squires and hence to Knights.
Scholastically, Heralds ground through required sub-
iects, including English, with its verbs, Silas Marner,
infinitives, and Julius Caesar. In new math courses
we tackled squares, cubes, and other figures. Frogs and
insects occupied our time in biology, while gym classes
centered around volleyball, cageball, and other hair-
pulling, nail-breaking sports.
Sophomores learned, however, that hard work brings
Always Heralds plan and look toward the future.
As we approach the halfway mark at Northwest, we
take stock of ourselves and our accomplishments. We
feel that our class has made a substantial contribution.
As we anticipate becoming squires, we willingly face
new responsibilities, new opportunities, and new chal-
lenges. When we finally attain our cherished goal and
become full-fledged Knights, we shall look back with
pride and satisfaction to this year.
Sophs Accept High Standards at NWC,
SHIELD folding parties aren'f all work, as sophomore Lynn McDonald,
Shield business manager, discovers.
Respect Traditional Excellence
, Steve Brown
Diane Callaway ,
EVEN GROWN-UPS can get lost in this big school, discovers sophomore
Phil Bray as he directs his father, Mr. E. G. Bray, at P.T.S.A. open house
To Sports, Clubs, Service Groups -
Tom Cassady i
Steve Charleston Q
Bill Cheatham l
Cheryl Christianson y
Peggy Christopher t
Becky Clark ,
Sandra Coggins i
Martha de Cardenas
Heralds Add Their Support
Sophs Eagerly Seek
Dee Ann Forbes
l Jerry Geurin
of School Counselors
Rae Jean Hanson
PLANNING the coming year's class schedule is an important part of
every school year. Sophomore Susan Wilson consults Mrs. Wakely,
counselor, about next year's course of study.
CROSS-EXAMINATION proves difficult for sophomore debaters, Terry Far W
mer, Steve Charleston, and John Smelser.
Record Number of Tenth Graders
Participate in Speech, Debate
I Karen Kincaid
las Soph Fans Follow Favorites
AVID fans of The Dave Clark Five and winners of free tickets to their show at the Municipal Auditorium were sophomores
Jody Kahn, Gloria Lundien, and Anita Spaeth.
Stes. J, 1
5 .,,, 3 .
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Was Soph s Most Treasured Possession
Sometimes Bewlldered by Big Schoo
Zee Ann Solter
lune St. John
ophs Soon Learn to Make Decisions
LEWILDERED by the wide choice of clubs and activities offered to sopho-
ores, Marsha Lane fills out applications.
Mary Tyner J
Carol Vanderford l
Mike Vanmeter J
Judy Varner l
Heralds Volunteer for Emerson Proiecf,l
John Waggoner i
G. Gail Wilson
Direct Children's Activities
Pam D. Wright
Pam S. Wright
ASSISTING an elementary student in Arts and Crafts
is sophomore Susan Webster, a volunteer for the
POOLSIDE discussions of problems that only freshmen could have prove pleasant for class officers Linda
McCullough, secretary, Mark Keim, vice president, Kent Carnahan, president, Jim Baker, sgt. at arms:
and Paula Collins, treasurer.
Newcomers Make Rapid Adjustment
WHERE to have the annual freshman picnic is the question sponsors
Barbara Sethney and Don Gardner are confronting.
TO ENTER the kingdom of Knightland required more
than a little courage for the 840 Pages. Finding the way
around this "awesome castle" was iust one of the prob-
lems confronting our youngest class.
Orientation Day was the first step in our realization that
we had nothing to fear. From the welcoming speeches
of Mr. Malone, Dave Elder, and other school leaders, we
concluded that we already "belonged."
We were eager to fit into this "big operation," where
learning is fun and friendliness and challenges abound.
Our first day we read in The Shield about the people,
places, and things which were to play such a big role in
our life as Pages. The Howdy Mixer, planned especially
for us, showed us that the password here is "Howdy" and
that, plus a friendly smile, assures success at Northwest.
Attention was focused on grades because acquiring knowl-
edge was our first mission, we found that certain standards
were required before we could qualify for organizations we
wanted to loin. We were already anticipating college en-
trance requirements, making long range plans with our
counselor for our curriculum was essential.
The months rolled by in rapid succession. We thrilled to
the coronations, each seemed more beautiful than the last.
Sports, we loved. We ioined pep clubs and special interest
groups. We aspired to honor organizations that would be
available to us next year. We were grateful for our first
year, because we had truly earned our place as Heralds
and were eager to be among the Knights and Ladies who
would make next year's Pages feel as we do now-a sig-
nificant, important part of Northwest Classen.
Mary 'Ann Bacon
fo Big-School Traditions and Customs
Tee Ann Biles
Pages Promote New Friendships,
Mary Ann Carter
Interests, and Activities at NWC
Sharing a Coke after school are Cindy Bonebrake and Paul Wood.
"C-SQUAD" cheerleaders, Arlene Davis, Barbara Baber, Paula Collins, Chris Finefrock, and Cathy Cooper, play a big part
in projecting freshman spirit at N.W.C.
Youngest Class Boosts Spirit,
Provides Talent and Leadership
Jane Ann Jayne
ALTHOUGH Pages don't drive cars 10 school, Richard
Varner, Jim May, and Mike Davis add confusion to
the parking problem.
Happy Srudenfs Reflect Optimism
BIOLOGY class members are not disturbed by their furry visitor. Karen
Pruet's pet coon makes himself at home in Mr. Mabrey's classroom.
Challenging, Sometimes Surprising
ADDING spice to Oklahoma History, Bruce Fairchild, Margaret Baxt and
Richard Paschal enact a cowboy and Indian scene.
DISCOVERING that there is more to Northwest Classen than "fun and frolic" is Ross Tonti, as he finds the
library an ideal spot for studying.
Study Habits Are Soon Improved
Frosh Find Security in Self-Discipline
PAGES contribute to the school
economy as Jeanne Miller,
Donna Nix, Martha Walker,
and Lenore Keys purchase a
sweatshirt and Northwest Nites
from the Student Store.
All Aspects of NWC Life Explored
Cara Roblyer ,
J'udy Rogers l
Barbara Roth t
ps Ninth Graders Enliven the Scene
LIVELY frosh add to homecoming festivities by treating cheerleaders to a ride around the track at halftime Tom Stewart Greg Witt
and Ken Pollock provide music and spirit
Politics, Electrons Draw Interest
Mary Ann Sparks
Janet St. George
David St. John
of Enthusiastic, Responsible Frosh
BEWILDERED by the display of beauty, Sam Jacobson and Jay Hallman ponder the
question of how to cast their vote in the sports queen contest.
Transition Complete - Frosh 'Belong'
lT SEEMS as if there are rules for everything as Janis Bourland en HAZARDS of big school life do not daunt Janis as she playfully dem
ounters David Crumby in the off limits corridor onstrates her first reaction to parking lot traffic
The 1965 Round Table now in your hands is yours.
ln it we have tried to show the heritage of the past
and traditions set for the future.
The first Round Table published in 1955 established
a pattern of events long to be remembered. We hope
that this book, ten years later, has helped to perpetu-
ate these memorable traditions.
A twenty-page summer supplement, which will in-
clude awards, spring sports, the prom, and gradua-
tion activities, will be mailed to you by midsummer.
Without the encouragement of Mr. Malone, the
faculty, and our fellow students, this book would not
exist. Special thanks go to Mr. Barclay Curtis, our year-
book consultant, Wagner's Studio, class photographers,
Mrs. Walter L. Sutton of Meyers Photo Shopf Mrs. Joe
Fallin, and Mrs. Nathan Sherman, who provided shel-
ter and encouragement for staff members.
To all the Knights and Ladies who have gone before
us, we owe thanks for their contributions to these
formative years of progress and achievement which
we honor in this tenth anniversary book.
But to you the student, faculty member, or alumni
who will keep these traditions glowing, we pay special
If, after viewing the preceding pages, you have de-
veloped greater appreciation of Northwest Classen's
accomplishments and traditions, you will have made
our efforts worthwhile.
,ff D. ,fades-N
THE CHERISHED PAST
Gone now the pleasant strains of golden past,
A cherished part of life now left behind:
The time glides by, but still the memories last,
Fond souvenirs to grace the heart and mind.
We go but not as single separate parts,
Ours goals are set toward new unconqueredl
A deep undying honor binds our hearts
And makes us proud to bear the name of Knights
Behind, the fading mists of years now gone,
Cast off the colors once we proudly wore:
The Glory which we knew lives ever on,
Though through these hallowed halls we'll walk no
For though we leave the Emblem of the Knight,
The radiance of its love will e'er glow bright.
Aber, Randy S. 64, 97, 241
Abney, Carol L. 165
Stephen E. 47, 48, 77, 165
Abrams,,Barbara J. 50, 98, 158, 160,
Bachhoier, Aaron L. 224
Bacher, Monty L. 241
Bacon, Mary Ann 88, 241
Bacon, Sandra S. 50, 74, 98, 116, 224
Bacon, Ty A. 97, 165
Abrams, Susan E. 50, 60, 98, 165
Abramson, Linda E. 49, 50, 60, 88,
Achromowez, Steven 67
Ackerman, Ann 75, 98, 165, 241
Ackerman, Kent H. 119, 132
Ackerman, M. 137
Activities Director 25
Adair, Gary A. 40, 165
Adams, Michael V. 155, 241
Adkins, Cindy L. 205
Aduddell, Linda L. 47, 48, 58, 60, 77,
Bado, John T. 55, 132, 135, 161, 205
Bahan, Charles R. 224
Bailey, Phil D. 241
Bailey, Sharla K. 98, 165
Bailey, Theodor H, 241
Bainbridge, Beniamin 165
Baker, Barbara J. 50, 205
Baker, Carrollein M. 241
Baker, Deanna K. 166
Baker, Elizabeth A. 241
Baker, James A. 137, 148, 240, 241
Baker, Lemont B. 224
Baker, Michael R. 224
Baker, Nancy S. 50, 98, 205
Baker, Pamela S. 98, 205
Baker, Patricia L. 205
Afinowicz, Shirley J. 88, 241
Agee, Jimmy A. 224
Agee, William R. 241
Aharons, Libby J. 241
Ahlieldt, Rebecca 76, 224
Aken, Carol J. 50, 98, 224
Akin, Donald H., Jr. 224
Alaupovic, Betsy 98, 208, 241
Albert, Deanie G. 224
Alberts, Clarence M. 107, 241
Albright, Franklin C. 224
Albright, Kathleen A. 88, 224
Aldridge, Diane M. 224
Allder, Tommy L. 83, 165
Allen, Angeline 80
Allen, Aundra G. 98, 205
Allen, Bill 83, 132, 134, 135, 136,-
Allen, Charles E. 205
Allen, Deborrah, 224
Allen, Dianna L. 80, 241
Allen, Johnny R. 241
Allen, Judith C. 50, 224
Allen, Oliver W. 241
Allen, Robert S. 205
Allen, Roy D. 165
Allen, Royce 241
Allen, Susan L. 70, 88, 98, 241
Alley, Roy 241
Allred, Betty 20, 62
Alper, Pamela B. 241
Alt, Karlene L. 50, 54, 60, 64, 98,
Altenreid, Sharon 241
Amick, Doug M. 241
Steve T. 241 . ,
Anderson, Gayle L. 50, 75, 76, 88, 98,
Anderson, Gloria P. 75, 98, 224
Anderson, Gregory M. 165
Anderson, James M. 136, 224
Anderson, John D. 44, 48, 55, 138, 139,
Ball, Charlie B., lll 64, 241
Ball, Katherine J. 50, 88, 205
Ball, Yvonne 20, 64, 103
Ballard, Phyllis S. 224
Ballew, Jacqueline 50, 98, 205
Band and Orchestra Girls 70
Banks, Kathy E. 241
Barbee, Paul P., Jr. 137, 149, 241
Barbee, Rebecca L. 81, 88, 165
Barclay, Connie 88, 205
Barclay, Tom K. 241
Barloot, Sandy L. 98, 241
Barker, Jeanne 'D. 166
Barker, Marcus S. 224
Barker, Susan M. 50, 98, 224
Barkett, Steve 80, 241
Barnard, Jane 98, 166
Barnes, Glenda Lou 50, 88, 224
Barnes, Jamie J. 64, 166
Barnes, Susan L. 88, 241
Barnes, Teresa J. 98, 205
Barnett, Carolyn J. 88
anfnen, Cathy L, 50, 75, 98, zosf
Barnett, Judy K. 75, 98, 241
Barnett, Marsha L. 88, 241
Barnum, Ken L. 166
Barr, Jorinda A. 49, 205
Barr, Kay E. Bl, 98, 241
Barrett, Claudia D. 75, 88, 241
Barrett, Kathy L. 98, 166
Barron, Donna C. 88, 166
Barron, Douglas E. 241
Barron, Gary D. 224
Barron, James O., Jr. 224
Bartusch, Jane M. 76, 98, 205
Basore, Leslie J. 50, 88, 205
Basore, Sue E. 98, 241
Bateman, David 69, 224
Bateman, Carl G. 241
Bateman, Lovaun M. 57, 88, 205
Baumann, Karen 20, 57, 70
Anderson, Karen J. 241
Anderson, Robert 205
Andreazon, E. Rosalie 80, 241
Andrews, Michael J. 153, 154,'205
Andrews, Rodney L. 241
Andrews, Timothy R. 224
Announcers Club 63
Arens, Nancy M. 50, 224
Baumberger, Rick E. 224
Baumgarner, Janice G. 241
Baumhaft, Joe H. 59, 64, 107, 205
drienne S. 98, 205
Baxt, Margaret E. 75, 98, 241, 249
Bay, Deborah A. 60, 88, 166
uane H. 137, 241
aren L. 59, 98, 224
Beals, Robert C. 241
Arens, Ruth A. 47, 49, 64, 72, 73, 76,
Arentz, Bobbie 50, 60, 75, 88, 205
Armstead, Peggy R. 50, 88, 205
Dennis R. 137, 224
Stephen K. 54, 205
Arnold, Johnny P. 224
Arnold, Robert 205
Arterburn, Connie D. 165
Ash, Michael J. 132, 224
Ashbaugh, Jack L. 61, 153, 224
Ashby, Alan R, 76, 205
Ashford, Phyllis J. 81, 98, 205
Ashworth, Rocky 66
Jean A. 165
Atchey, Lillene R. 88, 205
Atkins, Judy 20, 71
Austin, Lenora M. 39, 58, 98, 165
Austin, Veta F. 60, 98, 205
Beausang, Charles R. 76, 241
Beggsang, Elizabeth 156, 159, 160,
BeckkKaren L. 47, 48, 49, 50, 98,
Beck, Patricia A. 50, 59, 70, 84, 88,
Beckner, Michael A. 166
Bee, Donna L. 205
Bee, Veldeana K. 241
Beebe, Betsy J. 49, 60, 64, 79, 88,
Been, Mike K. 241
Belcher, Donna S. 88, 241
Belcher, Susan G. BB, 205
Beleele, Yolanda E. 80, 241
Bell, Bette B. 224
Bell, John H. 166
Bell, Linda K. 241
Austin, Wayne 132, 133, 142, 144,
Austin, William 224
Autrey, David G. 165
Avery, Jeanie 224
Ayers, Yvonne 88, 205
Babcock, Barry L. 47, 55, 62, 63, 64,
76, 77, 165
Baber, Barbara D. 80, 98, 241, 244
Baber, Gail 60, 75, 98
Belt, Sondra K. 50, 98, 205
Bendau, William N. 224
Charles L. 61, 138, 205
t, Alvin W. 241
t, Gerald K. 205
Bennett, Charles A. 205
Ingrid c. 64 76 98,241
Benson,'Barbora J. 50, 88
Charles M. 166
Mary K. 75, 81, 241
Bentley, Ann H. 78, 79, 166
Bentley, John D. 67, 224
Berg, Karen loc
Berg, Sharon L. 166
Bergmann, Jack T. 61, 206
Bergquist, Janet B. 99. 206
Berousek, Sandra K. 242
Berry, James R. 64, 166
Berryhill, Barbara D. 70, 84, 99, 224
Berthelot, Christine 224
Berthelot, Martin W. 64, 99, 206
Bierman, Lynnette J. 88, 206
Biggs, Barbara J. 75, 242
Biles, Tee Ann 242
Billingsley, Macine 57, 166
Bingham, Charlotte M, 166
Binswanger, Teresa J. 88, 206
Bird, Janet S. 206
Bird, Wanda J. 242
Birclsell, Kenneth G. 57
Birkett, Thomas N. 242
Bishop, John D. 55, 149, 224
Bishop, Linda K. 50, 60, 75, 99, 206
Block, Sandra L. 49, 78, 79, 206
Black, Teresa M. 64, 70, 84, 88, 206
Blackburn, Bob 20, 34
Blackburn, Jim P. 136, 206
Blackburn, Joseph M. 224
Blackwell, Hardy K. 224
Blair, Keith V. 224
Blakey, Dorencla L. 75, 242
Blakey, Mark 166
Blakey, Shari L. 88, 224
Blakeley, Patricia A. 88, 166
Blalock, Edward H. 55, 132, 135, 206
Blasfhke, Dan Alvin 132, 134, 206
Blaschke, Michael J. 153, 224
Bledsoe, Loretta C. 206
Block, Nancy l. 50, 99, 166
Blume, W. Paul 224
Board of Education 16-17
Boaz, Linda A. 58, 71, 99, 166
Boaz, Victoria S. 69, 75, 99, 206
Backus, Gordon W. 242
Bodine, Deborah D. 80, 88, 242
Boggs, Marsha A. 50, 60, 74, 88, 206
Bolton, Patricia L. 71, 166
Bond, Deanna R. 89, 225
Bond, James R. 225
Bond, John M. 55, 64, 166
Bond, Rebecca I. 50, 68, 99, 206
Bonebrake, Cynthia L. 75, 89, 242,
Bonneville, Lisa 70, 225
Booher, Diana L. 99, 242
Booher, Glen F. 55, 132, 134, 136,
Booth, Jerry R. 167
Booth, Michael 61
Boswell, Linda S. 50, 89, 206
Botifoll, Raul 225
Botifoll, Sylvia M. 242
Bottger, Terry A. 167
Botts, Harry T. 225
Botts, Jo Rene 242
Botts, Ruth Ann 47, 167
Boucher, H. 136
Bourke, Helen 20, 25, 59
Baurland, Janis D. 242, 257
Baurland, Michael L. 97, 225
Bowen, James R. 167
Bowerman, Susan K. 50, 60, 73, 74,
99, 206, 212
Bowers, Vicki A. 50, 75, 99, 225
Bowlin, Jack C. 242
Bowman, Brenda L. 242
Bowman, William A. 242
Box, Kenneth D. 206
Boyd, Glen R. 61, 206
Boyd, Jane E. 70, 84, 206
Boyd, Mike K. 242
Boydston, Candace J. 242
Boydston, Charles R. 167
Boys' "O" Club 161
Bradshaw, Betty A. 70, 76, 82, 89,
Bradway, James A. 242
Brady, J. Thomas 137, 242
Brady, Robert R. 225
Bragg, Pamela J. 99, 225
Bramble, Beverly R. 50, 89, 225
Brandell, John T. 69, 225
Branham, Judy B. 81, 99, 225
Branson, Barbara 20, 60
Braun, John M. 167
Brawley, Kirk A. 225
Bray, Glenda B. 71, 167
Bray, Philip D. 79, 80, 225, 226
Bray, Thomas G. 79, 80, 225
Breeden, Julia L. 89, 206
Brehm, Esther L. 50, 89, 156, 159,
Breitschuh, Robert 1,67
Bremer, Judith A. 78, 79, 206
Bressie, Linda C. 65, 167
Brewer, Barbara F. 76, 99, 167
Brewer, Karen R. 71, 242
Brewton, Danny N. 206
Bridge, Glen W. 225
Bridgelord, Judith K. 59, 167
Bridges, Roger G. 242
Briggs, Joan M. 206
Briggs, William P. 242
Brink, Calvin K. 242
Brink, Wayne R. 64, 167
Brooch, W. David 80
Broadloot, Ray W. 55, 206
Broadfoot, Rosalyn L. 75, 89, 242
Brock, Larry 168
Brock, Lindsey 206
Brockhaus, Dan W. 242
Brockhaus, Glyna A. 49, 168
Brodnan, Jane A. 99, 225
Brokaw, John A. 225
Bronson, Sharon L. 50, 60, 75, 89,
William J. 168
Broome, Mary A. 168
Brower, Kathleen 168
Brower, Lauretta 242
Brown, Alice S. 242
Brown, Bryan C. 48, 206
Darrell R. 64
Brown, Janice E. 47, 168
Brown, Jeanette E. 50, 99, 168
Brown, Jim C. 242
Brown, Joanna 30, 49, 50, 99, 168
Brown, Kathryn 49, 58, 99, 206
Brown, Leroy S. 69, 242
Brown, Marsha L. 207
Brown, Peggy A. 81, 89, 168
Brown, Randall A. 67, 97, 207
Brown, Rick 225
Brown, Roger W. 64, 83, 168
Brown, Sally L. a9, 225
Brown, Stephen C. 225
Brown, Susan D. 50, 89, 99, 225
Brown, Talbert 20
Brown, Wayne L. 168
ng Danny R 138, 242
ng, Rodney E. 138, 161, 168
Brown, Wylie Neil 168
i , ,
Brownley, K. 136
Brumley, Gilbert L. 168
itt, Daniel T. 64, 242
Bruner, Leon 19
Bryant, Barbara L. 81, 89, 242
Bryant, David G. 136, 225
, Emma L. 50, 76, 89, 225
Bryant, Ruth 20
Bryce, Donna K. 225
Bryner, Monetta G. 57, 168
Bryson, Michael G. 225
Buchner, Jackie 47, 64, 99, 168
Buchwald, Keith N. 110, 168
Buckley, Gerald T. 168
Buckner, Andrea M. 242
Buckner, Michael R. 207
Bullard, Sue E, 75, 89, 225
Bullen, Betty G. 242
Bullock, Ladeana 89, 168
Bumpas, Van H. 61, 152, 153, 154,
, 161, 168
Bunch, Bruce L. 153, 225
Bunch, Kenneth P. 242
Burba, Harold L. 61, 168
Burch, Howard J. 242
Burch, Sandra L. 79, 168
Burdette, Mary Elizabeth 20, 73
Burghart, Sue A. 50, 60, 99, 226
Burke, Frank E. 242
Burke, Jimmie L. 168
Burks, Mary E. 99, 242
Burnet, Cheryl K. 62, 63, 83, 99, 207
Burnett, Linda S. 50, 226
Burns, Linda K. 242
Burns, Susan 84, 242
Burris,-Paula J. 57, B9
Burrows, Bonnie M. 242
Burrows, Diana K. 50, 226
Burrus, John E. 54, 115, 132, 133,
Burt, Dennis L. 226
Burt, Linda M. 242
Burton, Florence B. 169
Burton, Karen K. 99, 242
Burton, Miriam 20
Burton, Rosemary 49, 169
Burton, Steve B. 207
Busch, Judith A. 47, 89, 169
Busch, Shirley M. 99, 226
Busey, John Craig 47, 48, 49, 55, 62,
76, 77, 123, 126, 129, 132,
Business Education 38
Bussing, Everett F. 136
Butcher, Harry W. 207
Butenholi, Ja A. 157, 207
Butler, Rebecca G. 57, 89, 207
Butler, Sondra D. 71, 99, 207
Butt, Arlene M. B9, 169
Butt, Roy 242
Butts, Andy L. 242
Butts, George L. 242
Butts, Gerald W. 242
Buzbee, Geraldine 20, 25
Byars, Ophelia 21, 25, 71
Byers, Jackie 207
Cabell, Therese 158, 226
Caldwell, Vici T. 69
Call, Norma 21, 69
Callaway, Sara D. 81, 99, 226
Callum, Charles 19, 204
Commack, Rebecca A. 47, 48, 64, 77,
Campbell, Cathy A. 242
Campbell, Marian H. 207
Campbell, Patrick R. 35, 64, 67, 77,
Campbell, Steve W. 148, 242
Cantrell, Cheryl K. 242
Capron, David D. 4, 54, 61, 169
Capshaw, Judith A. 99, 207
Cardin, Paul D. 47, 49, 62, 63. 67,
, 69, 169
Carleton, J. sae 70, 89, 158, 160,
Carleton, Janice K. 64, 89, 158, 207
Carlson, L. Lloyd 137, 242
Carmen, Phyllis E. 226
'Carman Paulette 207
Carnahan, Kent L.,137, 148, 240,
Charles 21, 132, 149
Robert T. 207
S. Joann 75, 242
D. 47, 4s, 49, 55,
133, 161, 169
K. 89, 169
Scott R. 207
Cindy o. 75, 99, 242
Darel L. 226
Dennis W 243
Mary A. 80, 89, 243
Rachel N. 64, 81, 243
Samye R. 50, 55, 99, 207
Sheryl 50, 89, 207
Steven B. 132, 169
B. 132, 133
C. 99, 207
A. 99, 243
50, 99, 207
a R. 50, 99, 226
Jahree L. 81, 169
tn 50, 89, 207
Peggy J. 58, 78, 79, 80,
Saundra L. 50, 79, 81, 89,
Jud C. 243
Carol M. 60, 99, 207
Frances K. 89, 170
James E. 12, 47, 49, 55,
, 77, 161, 170
Jane 50, 81, 89, 207
William R. 54, 147, 1-ia,
Janice K. 45, 76, 99, 207
Alice 21, 48
62, 63, 64, 114, 207
Brenda G. 71, 81, 99,
Pamela A. 58, 60, 76, 170
Nelson W. 55, 61, 170
Norma J. 243
Mary M. 80, 84, 89, 243
Peggy S. 51, 99, 226
Mary c. 47, 49, 62, 63,
Robert M. 83, 226
E. 89, 170
Clark, David B. 137, 243
Clark, Delores K. 89, 243
Clark, Pamela K. 51, 71, 99, 207
Clark, Lyn L. 243
Clark, James E. 97, 170
Clark, Janie M. 64, 89, 207
Clark, John M. 170
Clark, Larry E. 207
Clark, Lois 21
Clark, Raymond E. 107, 243
Clark, Rebecca S. 99, 226
Clark, Terry A. 226
Claunch, Elaine 75, 89, 223, 226
Claunch, Gaelyn S. 51, 99, 170
Clay, Jimmy E. 136, 226
Clay, Myla R. 170
Clenney, Barbara K. 243
Clenney, Rodney D. 171
Susan 1. eo, 99, 243
Cowart, Nelson S. 208
Cowart, Pamela K. 89, 243
Cowper, Janet L. 243
Cox, Barbara J. 100, 227
Cox, Belynda G. 51, 75, 89, 227
Cox, Fred D. 82, 84, 171
Cox, James 21
Cox, Jeanne 48, 49, 172
Cox, Ricky Eugene 243
Coy, John F. 77, 107, 172
Coy, Raymond N. 227
Craig, Karen S. 51, 75, 100, 227
Craig, Robert D. 47, 64, 172
Craig, Sandy L. 100, 243
Crain, Steven 172
Crompton, Rebecca G. 80, 243
Crawford, Hal D. 208
Crawford, Susan A. 227
Creasey, Vicki A, 60, 100, 172
Delancy, Ricky G. 208
Detiel, Celia 51, 100, 173
Delano, Robert D. 244
Demeret, Janet K. 173
Demopolos, James M. 55, 61, 173
Dempsey, Robert G. 61, 227
Dennehy, Daniel C. 64, 244
Deplois, Terry H. 173
Derrick, Janet C. 51, 100, 208
Deupree, Danny L. 208
Dewey, John R. 55, 61, 149, 227
Dewey, Patricia A. 51, 60, 90, 173
DeWolfe, Mary A. 100, 173
D Hoostleaere, Genie 173
D Hoostleaere, Josep 227
D Hoostleaere, Micha 208
Dick, Robert R. 208
Dickerson, Linda C. 90, 208
Dickerson, Shirley A. 74, 100, 208
Cline, Emma l. 49, 64, 76, 99, 171
Clinton, Carol J. 81, 89, 243 '
Clinton, Gary A. 61, 132, 136, 207
Creek, Ramona 172
Creekmore, Janie 21, 76
Dickinson, Richard B. 47, 48, 173
Dinwiddie, Norma C. 173
Cloud, Rita K. 48, 76, 89, 207
Cobb, John A. 80, 97, 226
Catherine 60, 99, 226
Cochran, Kenneth R. 153, 154, 207
Cocks, Larry W. 226
Cady, Earl w. 72, 136, 226
Cody, Robert M. 243
Coftia, Margaret P. 226
Sharon E. 84, 243
Coggins, Sandra D. 51, 89, 226
Coin Club 69
Coit, Harlan R. 61, 171
Colclasure, JoAnn 57, 171
Cole, Barney L. 107, 171
Cole, Judith J. 60, 70,'84, 171
Cole, Marilyn R. 47, 89, 171
Cole, Pamela J. 99, 171
Coleman, Steven P. 243
Coley, Nancy 21
Colley, Barry A. 49, 97, 171
Colley, Karen K. 207
Colley, Steve W. 243
Collier, George M. 97, 171
Collier, Martha J. 51, 99, 226
Collier, Sherri M. 48, 51, 69, 84,
Collins, David A. 55, 227
Collins, Georgann 75, 99, 243
Collins, Paula K. 89, 240, 243, 244
Collins, Penelope 207
Collins, Yvonne M. 64, 76, 243
Collum, David 171
Colvert, Hank R. 243
Calwell, O. Albert 227
Crenshaw, M. Edward 243
Crittenden, Tom L. 243
Croasdale, Robert W. 227
Crosley, Larry D. 244
Crotts, Pamela J. 100, 158, 159, 160,
Crowe, Paul 21, 25
Crowley, Leon 10, 19
Cray, Ralph D., Jr. 82, 227
Crudup, Roger L. 227
Crudup, Susan K. 34, 40, 49, 89,
Crum Gregory N. 54, 141, 142, 144,
Crumby, David L. 80, 244, 257
Crumpler, Rita J. 227
Crutchfield, Christi 51, 89, 208
Culbert, John 21
Cumberland, Harry V. 64, 172
Cumberland, Joy C. 227
Cummings, Peggy S. 89, 244
Cummins, Freida G. 172
Cunningham, Deanna 172
Curtis, Luther S. 172
Curtis, Tina 51, 60, 75, 89, 172
Dailcer, Mary A. 58, 64, 244
Dale, Linda J. 89, 208
Dancy, Donnie B. 138, 172
Dane, W. Austin 69, 227
Danely, Peggy J. 76, 227
D'Angelo, Janet M. B0
Dishman, Billie J. 51, 60, 75, 90,
Distributive Education 41, 57
Ditto, Steven M. 244
Dixon, Susan 21, 70, 103
Dockrey, Velma D. 51, 100, 208
Dodman, C. Lynn 173
Dail, James B. 173
Doil, Nancy L. 227
Doling, Cassandra J. 81, 90, 227
Doling, F. Ernest 132, 135, 173
Doll, Allen S.141,161,173
Doll, Patsy L. 100, 209
Donceel, Diane H. 51, 81, 100, 173
Donnell, John E. 227
Donnelly, James P. 55, 209
Doolen, Larry W. 136, 227
Dorn, Sandra R. 110, 173
Dougall, David A. 45, 55, 61, 149,
150, 151, 161, 174
Doughty, Alice A. 51, 81, 209
Doughty, Alma 22, 25, 69
Downs, Albert L. 138, 244
Downum, Barbara J. 90, 160, 209
Drescher, Lynda G. 81, 244
Driskill, Linda 22
Drivers Education 39
Dryden, Timothy B. 57, 174
Dubberstein, Ruth E. 227
Duckett, Ella M. 174
Dudley, Patricia L. 51, 100, 106,
Dulfy, Patrick J. 244
Duffy, Paul E. 244
Dugan, Judith E. 38, 90, 174
Steven 55, 62, 63, 76, 97,
Combs, Deborah L. 89, 227
Combs, Kay L. 51, 60, 89, 171
Compton, Karen A. 171
Condren, Bobby D. 227
Canter, Paul R. 97, 227
Canger, James 21, 25, 167
Conley, Jeanne C. 51, 71, 81, 171
Conner, Elizabeth M. 68, 207
Conner, Ellen 227
Cook, Larry K. 69, 171
Cook, Michael P. 227
Cook, sae C. 99, 243
Cook, Suzanne V. 227
Cook, William L, ll 97, 227
Cooley, Becky A. 51, 99, 171
Cooley, Danna K. 51, 99, 207
Cooper, Carolyne C. 99, 171
Cooper, Kristina E. 99, 171
Cooper, Mary C. 75, 243, 244
Cooper, Richard E. 64
Cooter, William S. 48, 67, 70, 82,
Copeland, Ivy, 21, 25
Copley, Sharon E. 51, 76, 227
Corbin, Kathy L. 51, 100, 227
Cordell, Linda J. 47, 62, 63, 64, 77,
100, 101, 171
Cordell, Norman W. 57,-61, 208
Corder Sandra S. 60, 89, 227
Cordonnier, Broc C. 171
Corey, Charles A. 227
Corn, Gary L. 227
Corn, Pamela R. 89, 208
Cornelison, Cheryl K. 51, 59, 71, 81,
Cornelison, Katherin 89, 243
Cornett, Leslie R. 51, 89, 208
Cornish, Teresa M. 49, 51, 100, 227
Carry, Mike 153
Corter, Sheila L. 47, 70, 84, 100,
Cosgrove, Joann 64, 81, 171
Cosgrove, Kathleen M. 51, 89, 227
Cotter, Owen P. 61, 149, 150, 227
Cottrell, Keith L. 64, 69, 171
Cottrell, Kerry M. 227
Couch, Charlene J. 60, 89, 208
Coughlin, Michael A. 243
Courtesy Club 50-53
Court Jesters 75
Covington, Rod 138, 139, 208
David P. 55, 147,
Dennis J. 55, 227
Freddie G. 59, 89, 172
Daniel, Sheryl E. 89, 244
Daniel, Thelma J. 208
Daniel, William L. 172
Daniels, Marcia E. 51, 60, 96, 100,
Dansby, Judith A. 74, 89, 172
Danzinger, Barbara R. 51, 68, 100,
Darrough, Jane 21, 32
Davidson, Mollie Mae 21
Davis, Arlene F. 75, 100, 244
Davis, Cathy J. 51, 75, 100, 227
Davis, Charles W. 244
Davis, Deborah A. 80, 244
Davis, Deborah S. 90, 227
Davis, Diana Lynn 51, 100
Davis, Dianne E. 244
Davis, Donna R. 244
Davis, Emmett B., Jr. 208
verrett D. 244
Davis, Gwendolyn 37, 68,
Davis, James R. 138
Davis, Janice K. 100, 244
inda G. 51, 172
Davis, Louis D. 244
Davis, Michael C. 244, 247
Davis, Michael E. 55, 64, 161, 208
Davis, Paula F. 51, 100, 227
Davis, Rebecca S. 71, 89, 156, 157,
Davis, Sammy D. 172
Davis, Sharyl L. 51, 75, 22
Davis, Stanley M. 47, 48, 49, 76, 78,
79, 167, 172
Davis, Susan 21
Dawkins, Mary F. 90, 244
Dawson, Richard L. 172
Day, Diane L. 51, '68, loo, 113, 158,
Day, Ronald L. 61, 173
Day, Sharon L. 51, 100, 1-58, 227
deCardenas, Martha 160, 227
Decker, Cynthia K. 80, 100, 244
DeCordova, Janice M. 71, 90, 172
Deeds, Charles W., Jr. 138, 139,
Dees, John E. 48, 208
Defibaugh, Harold W. 208
Deiibaugh, Gary L. 244
Duggan, John 227
Duggan, Rick B. 209
Duggar, Carolyn B. 227
Dulaney, Peggy D. 64, 158, 244
, Bill T. 67, 76, 209
Duncan, Patrick C. 97, 244
Duncan, Paul S. 97. 227
Duncan, Eerry W. 97, 228
Duncan, Sara E. 209
Dunlap, David M. 132, 174
Dupree, Beverly L. 80, 245
Durrett Dina M. 64 75 100 245
Duskin, William D. 55, 61, 209
Dutton, Linda J. 90, 209
Duvall, Douglas W. 209
Dyer, Archie L. 245
Dyer, Diane L. 174
Dysart, C. Joseph 174
Eads, Dalta J. 75, 90, 245
Eagin, Marcelle M. 12, 84, 100, 174
Eagin, Sharon E. 51, 75, 100, 228
Eaker, Charlotte 22
Timothy C. 148, 245
Mike R. 228
Earley, Richard P. 64, 136, 209
Easley, Stephen W. 48, 209
Easton, Karol Y. 80, 245
Eaves, Betsy Ann 100, 174
Eckel, Connie E. 100, 209
Ecker, David M. 245
Eckhardt, William C. 55, 174
Eclon, Nellie 22, 25, 95
Edmundson, Judy 51, 75, 76, 90, 228
Edwards, C. Dane 228
Edwards, Gerald D. 209
Edwards, Ralph L. 138 ,
Etlinger, Marilyn K. 245
, Dorothy E. 100, 228
Ehrlich, Janet K. 100, 245
Ehrlich, Patricia A. 88, 175
Eischen, Daniel C. 64, 228
Eischen, Joe C. Jr. 57, 209
David L. 9, 44, 55, 122, 126,
132, 133, 175
Robert J. 78, 79 132, 223,
nics Club 67
Elledge, David J. 175
Elaine 51, 209
Larry D. 245
Ellis, James A. 136, 228
Ellis, Patricia A. 51, 100, 158,160,
Ellison, Brenda R. 51, 60, 90, 175
Ellison, Ramona C. 51, 90, 228
Ellsworth, Sandra L. 51, 100, 228
Elzey, Johnny J. 245
Emanuel, William R. 67, 228
Emberton, Carole A. 51, 74, 90, 228
Emenhiser, Sarah E. 50, 90, 175
Emerson, Candace S. 90, 245
Emmerl, Bradford W. 148, 245
Empie, Gary Y. 209
Empie, Gary Y. 55, 209
Empie, Roger D. 245
Engebretsen, J. J. 175
Enyart, Sharon K. 100, 228
Eoff, Bob M. 175
Ershadi, Shirin S. 12, 100, 112, 175
Eskridge, Rodney L. 175
Eubanks, Ronnie G. 175
Eubanks, Shirley A. 51, 64, 175
Evans, Dorothy E. 81, 245
Evans, Kendall L. 245
Everaard, C. Susie 175
Everett, Michael L. 228
Everett, Vance W. Jr. 175
Ewing, Suzanne 157, 159
Fagala, John A. 55, 209
Fair, Gary L. 228
Fair, Leslie G. 245
Fairchild, Bruce H. 228, 249
Fairchild, William C. 209
Falgaut, John A. 69, 245
Fallin, Joseph P. 55, 61, 73, 74,
Fanning, Darrell G. 209
Fant, Gloria S. 81, 90, 245
Farha, Frederick 57, 175
Farha, Gregory R. 228
Farley, J. Clifford 70, 228
Farmer, Debra A. 90, 228
Farmer, Nancy L. 58, 60, 64, 100,
Farmer, Terry D, 55, 62, 228
Farrand, D. Kent 245
Farrand, Stephanie J. 75, 90, 209
Farrell, Mike J. 97, 228
Farris, Walter T. 228
Fotheree, Barbara S. 71, 228
Fauks, Mike P. 55, 161, '209
Fauss, Gary E. 209
Faw, James R. 228
Feddersen, Barbara J. 245
Fehn, Curtis F. 82, 228
Felton, Warren L. 245
Ferguson, Derrell D. 57, 175
Ferguson, Gary M. 245
Ford, Kathleen A. 228
Ford, Sharon B. 176
Forehand, Jan 47, 51, 90, 176
Forester, Janet R. 76, 245
Forgue, Anita L. 245
Forrest, Marilyn S. 60, 64, 90, 176
Fortlage, Dale A. 245
Foster, Jonny 44, 47, 49, 55, 61, 64,
Randall W. 132 133, 176
Foster, Stephen L. 138, 245
Foster, Susan K. 60, 90, 209
Foster, Thomas W. 69, 76, 245
John W. 245
Loren W. 64, 245
Fowler, Leonard T. 176
Fox, Danny E. 209
Fox, Kenneth R. 209
in, Joe Pat 209
Elinda 100, 228
rrqhksf Sharon 1. 71, loo, 245
Frantz, Donna K. 48, 51, 58, 100,
Frantz, Kenneth D. 55, 58, 176
Mary K 51 60, 64, 100, 176
Fra r, . ,
Frederici, L. Noel 176
Ferguson, Joe D. 175
Ferguson, Julie L. 90, 175
Ferguson, Linda D. 175
Fern, Sheryl K. 51, 100, 228
Ferry, Ann C. 51, 100, 209
Georgene D. 80, 100, 245
M. Day 77, 83,110, 175
Field, Paul c. 44, 47, 48, 49, 55,
Field, Pennie L. 245
Fields, Dave S. 228
Fields, Patricia A. 245
Fields, PriscillaiA. 77
Fields, Steve K. 69, 175
Filson, Della A. 31, 51, 73, 74,
Finch, James L. 176
Kimberly G. 51, 90, 209
Patricia 1. 90, 245
finaly, Evelyn 22, too, 103
Fine, Gregory L. 47, 49, 78, 79,
Finefrock, Chris A. 75, 100, 244, 245
Finefrock, Debbie L. 49, 51, 75, 90,
Finucane, James M. 35, 176
Fischer, Janice R. 228
Fish, Susan A. .62, 76, 228
Fishel, Janice L. 51, 75, 100, 228
Fisher, Clayton E. 176
Fitz, Steva 75, 100, 112, 209
Fitz, William L. 47, 49, 64, 107,
Fitzpatrick, Thomas 112, 114, 228
Fleetwood, Jim H. 97, 176
Fleming, Bill G. 228
Fleming, James S. 61, 176
Fleming, Robert D. 245
Flemming, Carolyn L. 176
Flenniken, Michael 64
Flournoy, Carolyn S. 51, 59, 100, 176
Flynn, Carl E., Jr. 176
Forbes, Dee Ann 90, 228
Forbes, Ray T. 55, 68, 69, 107, 209
Ford, David S. 82, 84, 245
Ford, Gary D, 228
Ford, Iola K. 228
Freeman, Katherine S. 90, 245
Freeny, Sandra K. 80, 100, 245
Frey, Donna L. 209
Frogge, Daniel V. 245
Frogge, Toni G. 51, 90, 228
Frye, Debby J. 91, 245
Fulmer, Marty L. 67, 76, 228
Funderburk, Bill D. 136, 209
Gage, Caroline R. 209
Gagliardi, Freddy J. 209
Gaines, Lyn S. 64, 243
Gallagher, C. Larry 228
Gallegly, Janice K. 80, 245
Gallegly, Jimmy 176
Gallop, Paula J. 57, 176
Gallop, William F. 137, 245
Gamble, Glenda S. 176
Gant, Glen M. 176
Gardner, Don 22, 240
Gardner, John R. 245
Gardner, Marsha L. 51, 76, 100, 228
Garis, Donald W. 228
Garner, Cecil W., Jr. 228
Garrett, Jacquelyn L. 81, 209
Garrett, James L. 63, 153, 154, 161,
Garrett, Johnny B. 62, 68, 209
Garrett, Judith 22, 75
Gary, Wayne L. 54, 124, 161, 209
Gaston, Ty 61
Gates, Nancy P. 91, 100, 228
Gates, Richard B. 245
Gates, William 8. 209
Gatewood, Kent L. 137, 245
Gatewood, Larry R. 142, 143, 145, 2
Gout, Robert 19, 174
Gaughlin, Mike 155
Gout, Ruth A. 84, 245
Gout, Thomas E, 210
Gee, Darrell G. 245
Gee, Larry E. 136, 228
Gee, Patricia 81, 228
Geiger, Donna L. 156, 159, 210
Gellenbeck, Robert 210
Geller, Mark S. 48, 55, 64, 76,
110, 153,161, 177
Gentry, Margaret Ann 91, 177
Gentry, William B. 229
German Club 64-65
Germann, James T. 137
Gerhardt, Mark 177
Germany, Stephen 210
Gettings, Jo C. 51, 91, 177
Gzurin, Jerry C. 55, 73, 74, 229,
Gholston, Marion E. 91, 100, 157,
Gholston, Starr M. 76, 245
Gibbons, Amaretle G. 229
Gibbs, David K. 48, 54, 142, 210
Gibson, Jeffrey W. 177
Gibson, Marilyn J. 71
Gibson, Thomas A. 155, 245
Gilbert, John c. 1:47, 245
Gill, Ernie H. 245
Gill, Samuel S. 177
Gill, Sandra P. 84
Gilley, Danny L. 245
Gilley, F. David 64, 210
Gillham, Stanley 22
Gilliam, Michael R. 57, 210
Gilroy, Karyn R. 177
Gilson, Janeal 157, 160
Gimpel, Mark W. 64, 245
Ginn, Dale B. 229
Girls' "O" Club 160
Glazner, Miles L. 64
Glomset, Sondra 22, 60, 95
Gober, Rhonda J. 75, 80, 100, 246
Gober, Sheralyn 51, 91, 100, 229
Goddard, Glenn F. 138, 139, 229
Goddard, Michael W. 137, 149, 246
Goeringer, Kenneth D. 229
Goins, William J. 64, 76, 80, 229
Goldman, Karen L. 76, 246
, Kathy L. 60, 75, 91, 100
,,Fernando S. 136, 229
, Grissell L. 229
, Carol A. 57, 178
Jerry L 246
Halter, Susan J. 76, 101, 210
Hamilton, Bill E. 179
Hamilton, Harla J. 75, 101, 246
Hamilton, James L. 229
Hamilton, Thomas A. 179
Hammock, Carl 22
Hammock, Robert E. 132, 134, 210
, Harriet K. 51, 60, 91, 210
Robbie 101, 229
Gorgas, Wende Lynn 71, 79, 80, 178
Larry M., Jr. 229
Goss, Christina H. 80, 246
Goss, Lee Ann 101, 229
key L. 178
Gossett, Douglas L. 229
Govin, Gustavo Larry 161, 210
Linda J. 210
Graff, Cynthia S. 101, 246
Gragg, Joyce A. 71, 210
Hanchette, Nina E. 47, 49, 51, 101,
Hanger, Gwendolyn 22
Hankey, Louise A. 179
Hankey, Mary K. 179
Hanna, David A. 246
Hanna, Terri P. 71, 91, 210
Hanna, Terry R. 47, 48, 49, 55, 76,
Hanroty, Jan E. 51, 75,101, 210
Hansen, Constance J. 48, 51, 91, 158.
Hansen, David G. 229
Harbolt, Danny R. 210
Hardin, John F. 229
Harding, Teresa R. 210
Hardt, Howard 22
Hardwick, Jan C. 51, 91, 229
Graham, Connie F. 58, 68, 101, 210,
Graham, Griffin W. 148, 246
Graham, Helen 8. 51, 59, 210
Graham, Jan. S. 101
Graham, Judy A. 91
Graham, Leia R. 246
Graham Linda L. 91, 210
oeergae L. 101,210
Grantham, Robert A. 246
Grasley, James O. 97, 229
Dayna A. 59, 91, 210
Deborah A. 58
Reese M. 246
Roy J. 246
Books Club 64
, Carol E.101, 210
, Claudia 246
, Cynthia M. 75, 91, 158, 210
, Donald E. 229
Green, John D., Jr. 246
Green, Johnny Robert 132, 136, 229
Green, Nancy S. 51, 54, 60, 64, 75,
101, 112, 178
Green, Owen O. 178
Green, Phyllis K. 210
Green, Richard J. 178
Green, Tommy R. 49, 64, 65, 77,
amyer, Donald E. 148, 246
haw, Tommy R. 76, 246
wood Jerr 178
Greer, Robert J. 47, 48, 49, 55,
76, 77, 140, 178
Gregory, James L. 246
Gregory, Thirza K. 246
Gregory, Thomas A. 246
Grey, Ava B. 246
Griffin, Sharon, L. 91, 178
Griffith, Tammy A. 178
Griggs, Richard L. 246
Griggs, Robert 8. 132, 135, 161,
Grimes, Bill J. 124, 126, 129,161,
Steve 136, 140,161, 210
Grissom, Darlene L. 60, 91, 229
Steven G. 140, 179
Groom,lGlenn L. 179
Grave, Bruce E. 210
Grove, Joyce 1. 91, 246
Cathy l.. 62, 63, 98, 106, 1
Grussendorf, Rori 229
Guthery Shirle V 91, 227
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chord A. 210
Guysi, Holt W. 62, 229
Hockler, Margaret 28
Hadaway, Jody 101, 210
Hoff, Maurice W. 179
Halen, Clifford H. 179
Hatlner, Palmer S. 229
Hafner, Edith L. 60, 91, 210
Hagan, Donna J. 210
Hagemann, Toni J. 60, 91, 179
Hagenberg, Bernd A. 11, 55, 77,
Haggard, J. Earle, Jr. 44, 55, 69,
79, 97, 179
Haggard, Lorene 22
Haggard, Margaret 101, 179
Hagstrom, Robert A. 67, 76
Hahn, Cynthia J. 71, 101, 210
ki S. 71, 210
Harkey, Donald E. 179
Harkins, Beth C. 49, 51, 91,179
Harkins, Sarah C. 51, 229 l
Harley, Judith A. 80, 246 l
Harp, Evelyn Kay 71, 91, 179 ,
Harper, Aubrey D. 137, 246 r
Harper, Kenneth E. 47, 48, 49, 55, l
Harris Delma 25, 28 l
Harris, Greg L. 246
Harris, Jenettie M. 180
Mark O, 210
Ruth A. 91, 210 l
Terry L. 72, 246
Harrison, Clovia 22, 100, 103
Harrison, Dana L. 91, 246 A
Harrison, Linda J. 81, 91, 229 1
Harrison, Richard W. 148, 246
Harrison, Rodney G. 246 I
Harison, Teresa A. 76, 246
Harriss, Phillip 22, 137
Harry, Katrina A. 58, 63, 78, 79,
Hartman, Mallory J. 229 ,
Hartman, Patricia A. 91, 246 1
Herchen, cyhrhiq L. iso l
Hatchett, Johnnie W. 70, 76, 84, 971 1
Hatfield, David L. 80, 230
Hawkins, Anita J. 51, 71, 101, 210
Hawkins Cynthia 47, 49, 51, 59, 64,
79, 1 , 1 , Iso
Hey, cyhrhiu iso
James A. 55, 61
Linda K. 230
Jerry 23, 132
Hays, Jeffrey A. 180
Hays, John B. 55, 210
n, Susan F. 51, 75, 91, 230
Robert H. 136, 211
Heare, Susan L. 101, 246
Heath, Paul 23
Heath, Paul W, 246
Heckel, Wilma L. B1, 91, 93, 246
Heinrich, Bennie 23, 32
Heitzman, Garlen D. 211
Held, John K. 148, 246
Heldenbrand, Rick A. 211
Heldenbrand, Vicki S. 101, 180
Helderman, Martha S. 70, 76, 82,
effrey L. 246
Heller, Stuart W. 211
Hellen, Kathryn L. 246
Helms, Clayton R. 211
Henderson, Janet E. 180
Henderson, Sandra D. 246
Henderson, Sherry A. 81, 211
Hendren, Teresa A. 71, 91, 211
Hendricks, James B. 83, 136, 230
Hendricks, Jo Alice 23, 70
Hendricks, Rodger W. 246
Hendricks, Sheral A. 211
Hendrickson, Jimmie 51, 91, 180
Hendry, Beth 81, 246
Henley, Erna B4, 101, 180
Hall, Charles H. 97, 246
Hall, Ellis D. 64, 246
tieL 91 101
, Hat . , , 246
Hall, Mike K. 55, 229
Hall, Pamela L. 101, 246
Hall, Patricia A. 81, 179
Hall, Randal S. 55, 61, 179
Jay R. 246, 255
Hallman, Paula K. 47, 91, 179
Hallmark, Steve W. 246
Henninger, Lesslte 515 91, 211
iana L. 91, 180
onald A. 246
Hensch, Philip S. 246
Hensley, Fred 180
Hensley, Lula M. 230
Hensley, Minta M. 180
Hensley, Rebecca A. 91, 230
Henson, James M. 230
Herd, Pamela L. 211
Herendeen, Rita F. 58, 211
Herendeen, Vern L. 180
Herlan, Mary 23
Herald, Linda J. 45, 48, 49, 91.
Herring, Elizabeth 62, 63, 101,
Herrman, Diane L. 47, 49, 101, 180
Hess, Carolyn R. 101, 230
Hester, Charlotte L. 91, 211
Hester, Janice R. 51, 91, 230
Hestwood, John D. 230
Heusel, Gerald 23
Heuser, Ronald W. 61, 211
Hickman, Jerry D. 211
Hickman, Jimmy G. 246
Hicks, Bettye J. 246
Highley, Larry G. 246
Hildebrand, Jerri'J. 51, 75, 101, 230
Hildebrand, Nancy 52, 91, 211
Hill, Anna Marie 180
Hill, Connie 30, 68,101, 211
Hill, Dana J. 211
Hill, E. Charlene 180
Hill, Jane A. 52, 91, 211
Hill, Jim T. 132, 134,180
Hill, Sandra 6. 52, 101, 230
Hilley, Linda J. 57, 181
Hilley, Phyllis A. 211
Himelstein, Marsha F. 52, 60, 91
Hindes, Janet L. 76, 91, 246
Hindman, Eric L. 83, 97, 230
Hinton, Jean A. 81, 101, 211
Hitchcock, Larry R. 181
Hitt, Diana K. 101, 181
Huckabay, Linda S. 52, 91, 230
Huckabee, Mary J. 101, 182
Francis L. 230
ton, Gerald G. 115, 132, 134
Hudson, Kathryn M. 182
Paula M. 80, 102, 247
Hudson, Philip R. 137, 148, 247
Hudson, Suzanne 91, 247
Huff, Curtis C., Jr. 212
Huff, Dan G. 230
Huttaker, James 182
Huttaker, William I. 230
Huffman, Linda L. 247
Hughes, Cheryl M. 102, 247
Hughes, Chris D. 212
F. Michael 57, 182
Harold Eugene 61, 182
Dawn M. 50, 106, 182
Ronny P. 55, 149,212
Hull, Johnny 182
Hull, Mary A. 81, 230
Humphrey, J. Leon 212
Humphreys, Janet K. 81, 160, 212
Humphreys, Kirk D. 247
Humphries, Jerry E. 212
Hunt, Cheryl 1. 52, 81, 91, 212
Hunt, Deborah J. 52, 76, 91, 230
Hunt, Lynn A. 57, 182
Hunt, Mary E. 76, 182
William H Jr 1 2
, ., . 8
Hurt, Roger A. 137, 247
Husband, Brad E. 183
Johnson, Roberta S. 84, 92, 140, 213
Johnson, Susan D. 57, 231
Johnson, Thad J. 183
Johnson, Thomas R. 231
Johnson, Verda D. 60, 92, 231
Jolly, Lynda E. 71, 213
Jones, Bob B. 248
Jones, John Darryl 78, 79, 183
Jones, Donna A. 213
Jones, Eddie M. 231
Jones, Frank D. 213
Jones, Glenda D. 47, 52, 75, 102,
Jones, James W. 231
Jones, Jay Michael 1"83
Jones, Judy G. 84, 231,
Jones, Karen A. 70, 75, 84, 248
Jones, Larry G. 57
Jones, Robert M. 248
Jones, Robert M. 231
Jones, Roger E. 248
Jones, Sandra S. 183
Jones, Sharon R. 183
Jones, Thomas T. Jr. 213
Jones, Tom V. 147, 213
Jordon, Susan K. 183
Joy, Deborah J. 59, 248
Patrick D. 65, 248
Sandra K. 213, 220
,James F. 136, 213
Ka 52 64 183
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Classical League 76
Delegates to the World 68
Richard M. 80, 213
Kizziar, Dennis G. 141, 142, 144
Klinkevich, Pamela 91, 213
Knepper, Nikki F. 231
Knesek, Mary E. 52, 185
t, Douglas J. 231
James S. 62, 231
Timothy C. 55, 61, 64, 185
Helen Elyse 71, 102, 248
Laura E. 67, 76, 185
Margaret L. 64, 76, 84, 248
David L. 213
Koeppe, Gloria J. 185
Koeppe, Loree E, 92, 231
Kohler, Teresa 48, 52, 102, 213
Kongs, Karin R. 248
Della G. 81, 213
in, Patrick M. 83
Korstiens, Donald G. 185
Kosted, Joyce E. 49, 52, 60, 96, 102
Kosted, Marsha L. 102, 231
Kotva, Richard F. 213
Kovar, Neal L. 231
Henry 55, 185
Kramer, Danny L. 97, 107, 231
Krosley, Ramon W. 67, 231
Kubat, Carol A. 102, 213
Kueffer, Gary W. 248
Kueffer, Sterling, Jr. 32, 213
Kuritz, David A. 185
Kurk, Diane E. 48, 213
Kutz, Mary K. 52, 92, 158, 231
Kuykendall, David H. 138, 213
Tommy L. 211
Hack, Betty R. 230
Hack, Warren L. 247
Hodge, Luann B. 52, 71, 91, 211
Hodge, Stanley E. 247
Hodges, Susan C. 60, 85, 98, 181
Hodkinson, Karen L. 52, 59, 91, 211
Hodkinson, Nancy A. 75, 247
Robert D. 181
Hoegger, Jerry J. 230
Holter, Barbara G. 47, 58, 64, 67, 167,
Hogan, Lareeca A. 247
Hogan, Linda D. 211
Hogan, Stephen D. 181
Hoke, Cynthia L. 91, 230
Hake, David 23
Holaday, Liz A. 181
Holbrook, Stephen R. 47, 48, 181
Holbrook, Stuart H. 181
Holden, Danny L. 137, 247
Holden, Terry K. 55, 181
Holderby, David L. 211
Haldner, Deborah K. 211
Holdridge, Mike R. 54, 119, 132,
Husband, Brenda L. 52, 247
Husband, Rebecca F. 91, 102, 212
Husband, Veretta J. 52, 75, 91, 212
Huskey, Joyce E. 230
Huskey, Linda G. 183
Huskey, Andrew B. 55, 115, 132,
133, 153,154, 161,183
Husky, Dan 137, 155, 247
klutglgerson, Cathie S. 70, 71, 79, 81,
-lutton, Roger K. 230
lkard, James A. 55, 61, 115, 142,
144, 146,161, 183
lmoe, Arlon R, 212
lmoe, Ronald R. 231
industrial Arts 41
lnglish, Ronnie 138, 212
Irwin, Randall J. 247
lrwin, Rex 23, 25, 138, 139
lrwin, Stephanie L. 60, 102, 183
Ivie, Gwen J. 183
Ivins, James E. 48, 55, 212
Junk, Carolyn M. 60, 92, 184
Kahler, Judy A. 49, 52, 60, 74, 75,
Kahn, David N. 47, 67, 76, 77, 82,
Kahn, Josephine L. 52, 92, 158, 231,
Kalman, Stevan C. 63, 64, 231
Kamees, Kenneth J. 184
Kamp, Marsha L. 92, 184
Kardokus, A. Edwin 136, 231
Karhu, John R. 82, 83, 84, 184
Karr, Nancy L. 184
Kashner, Michele 248
Kasparek, Donna M. 41, 231
Kearney, Richard F. 184
Keas, Larry E. 184
Keathley, Judy A. 75, 231
Keen, Ann 60, 92, 213
Keester, Theola J, 184
Keil, Carolyn S. 184
Keil, William R. 107, 248
Keim, Dennis M. 132, 133, 161, 184
Keim, Mark S. 137, 240, 248
Kuykendall, Steven T. 55, 61, 185
Lacek, William D. 186
Lackey, John C. 248
Lacy, Brian B. 231
Lacy, Sharon B. 213
Laham, Michael G. 213
Lair, Patricia B. 62
Laird, Linda E. 186
Lakey, Michael G. 213
Lambert, Suzanne J. 62, 68, 102, 213
Land, Mary J. 49, 102, 186
Landers, Bill A. 248
Landguth, Carolyn 92, 213
Landguhm, Mark A. 248
Lara, Fonda G. a4, 158, 213
Lane, Marsha K. 52, 231, 237
Lang, Sherry J. 248
Lanier, Vivian 24, 169
Lankford, James D. 55, 83, 186
LaPlace, Juanita 52, 102
Lappin, Jamie H. 52, 76, 231
Larimore, Dan 231
133, 161, 181
Holland, Terry A. 247
Hollingsworth, D. S. 52, 60, 101
Hollis, Karen S. 91, 181
Holloway, Dan L. 76, 230
Holloway, David N. 76
Holloway, Russell B. 62, 63, 64, 181
Holman, Louis W. 55, 211
Holmes, Steven C. 69, 211
Holt, Pamela G. 58, 91, 211
Holt, Robert G. 82, 211
Holt, Robert J. 37, 55, 62, 63, 107,
123, 141, 211
Holt, Susan F. 52, 91, 211
Holtberg Gary A, 212
Home Economics 39
Homsey, Sandra G. 60, 75, 230
Honor Language 49
Honor Math 48
Hoover, Phylis A. 230
napa, -Linda L. 52, 75, 101,212
Hopkins, Vivian E. 76, 101, 247
Hopping, Margaret G, 52, 75, 91,
arrr, Jo E. 58, 91, 101,247
Horn, Leslie G. 91, 212
orn, Marilyn J. 247
orne, Lois L. 80, 247
orrigan, Bernard E. 230
orrigan, Mike E. 247
orton, Gloria 212
orton, Stanley D. 247
ouck, Janet 247
ouser, Richard 212
ouston, Ann S. 52, 91, 212
ouston, Terry C. 55, 212
award, C, Mike 55, 138, 212
award, Chloe D. 181
award, Ellen V. 156, 157, 160
award, Jean T. 57, 181
'loward, Larry G. 247
Jackson, Carolyn L. 47
Jackson, Cindy 183
Jackson, Eilene M. 102, 247
Jackson, James H. III 57, 82, 84,
Kathryn E. 91, 247
Ray 55, 212
Jackson: Susan K. 75, 102, 247
Jacob, David L. 247
Jacobson, Janie E. 52, 75, 140, 231
Jacobson, Jill K. 52, 60, 75, 91,
Jacobson, Sammy S. 137, 247, 255
James, Charles W. 83, 212
James, Nancy D. 93, 247
James, Randall E. 37, 49, 55, 62,
63, 117, 183
January, Linda S. 212
Jarchow, M. Kay 52, 65, 75, 91,
Jayne, Jane A. 102, 247
Jefferson, Larry S. 76, 248
Jeffrey, Miaki 52, ao, 91, 212
Jenkins, Vasca 23
Jenks, Karen K. 62, aa, as, 102,
Kelcher, Pamela L. 248
Keller, Lorrie S. 75, 84, 248
Kellerby, Joe D. 79, 213
Kellert, Frank W. 55, 231
Paul J., Jr. 185
ll Belinda 75, 91, 248
Karraallj Enzabaih 24, 64
Kendall, Larry D. 213
Kendell, Terry D. 213
y, James F. 185
Kenedy, Johnny C. 231
Kennedy, Fay Er 76, 102, 248
Kennedy, Charlotte A. 74, 102, 213
Susan l.. 52, 60, 102, 104, 213
Robert R. 231
Kerr, Carol S. 75, 76, 92, 248
Kerr, James T. 76, 185
Kerschner, Claire A. 92, 102, 248
Larimore, Jimmy K. 55, 76, 231
Larkins, Bill C. 249
Lassman, Steve J. 249
Lathrop, Mary 28
Law. Juanita 213
Law, Mickey W. 61, 67, 76, 186
Lawson, Celia K. 92, 213
Lawson, Darrel W. 41, 186
Lawson, Dennis J. 186
Lawson, Pamela A. 19, 60, 84, 116,
Lawson, Steven R. 61, 231
leach, Marvin 24
Leaf, Lucie K. 52, 60, 75, 92, 231
Leard, Donna J. 213
Leard, Ronnie 249
Legscher, Gary E. 55, 121, 153, 154,
Kerschner, Scott R. 213
Kessler, Mitchell B. 65, 231
Kessler, W. Bense 49, 64, 185
Key Club 54-56
Keys, Leanore 75, 92, 248, 252
Keys, Lynne 231
Kidd, Jefhey D. 61, 231
Killian, Thelma J. 92, 185
Killip, Tom E. 132, 135, 185
Jennings, Cynthia 52, 60, 92, 213
Jennings, Hilda 23, 71
Jennings, Larry E. 183
Jennings, C. Max 231
Jennings Paul C. 69, 248
I Sally 52, 59, 102, isa
Jen.-sr.. Carl D. 141, 142,144, 161,
Jerlow, Jeanne M. 60, 73, 74, 102,
Jessee, Sandra K. 92, 183
Jesseph, Nancy K. 80, 92, 248
Arthur 23, 28, 83, 84
Kilman, Robert H. 80, 231
Kilman, Ronald A. 82, 185
Kimerer, Brian S. 47, 48, 49, 64, 82,
id, Karen L. 60, 102, 231
Kincaid, Rita A. 52, 213
King, Carolyn S. 102, 213
King, Danny L. 76, 82, 84, 231
King, Iona 28
Janelle Y. 79, 185
Jerry 97, 231
Sherryle D. 52, 102, 185
Ledbetler, Albert J. 249
Lee, Alice E. 70, 82, 84, 231, 249
Lee, Daniel E. 231
Lee, David R. 214
Lee, Dee A. 52, 78, 79, 214
Lee RonnaldA 249
Laeih, L1rrda'Mf 92, 214
Legate, Donna D. 52, 102, 212
Lemmon, George W. 148, 249
s, Dana 186
Lensgraf, Er1r.J. 186
Lensgraf, Nan 52, 231
Carrie E. 102, 232
Leuszler, Richard W. 82, 84, 232
Levgn, Julie R. 52, 60, 88, 94, 126 128
Lewis, Dianne L. 60, 75, 232
Lewis, Jacqueline M. 65, 186
Lewis, Lynda F. 102, 232
Lewis, Lynette K. 92, 232
Mark A. 64, 83, 186
award, Linda 8. 52, 81, 101, 246
oward, Linda K. 101, 230
award, M. Jeannie 64, 91, 212
Michael 61 , 181
rawaraf Patricia A. 101,212
oward, Terri J. 101, 247
owell, Charles M. 212
lowell, Gary R. 247
oyt, Christopher A. 48, 72, 73, 212
layt, Richard B. 212
oyt, Susan J. 75, 91, 247
rbacek, Karen A. 182
Johnson, Barbara S. 52, 65, 83, 102,
Johnson, Charles R. 149, 248
Johnson, George E. 183
Johnson, Gerald l. 248
Johnson, Harvey G. 69, 248
Johnson, Janie 102, 231
Johnson, Joy R. 102, 248
Johnson, Kay L. 92, 183
Johnson, Mark C. 55, 138, 213
rl E., Jr. 55, 62, ea,
King, Stephen B. 55, 61, 136, 140, 204,
Kinnick, Donna J. 185
Kinser, Arthur D. 231
Kinser, Stephen E. 248
Kinsey, Kathaleen M. 49, 70, 81, 157,
Kinsey, Kouraleen M. 70, 248
Kirchner, Jimmy W. 185
Kirk, Pamela K. 248
Kirkwood, Kanda 12, 60, 64, 75, 102,
Kiser, Maiel L. 185
Lewis, Monty L. 37, 63, 232
Lewis, Tammy M. 65
Library Club 69
Liebman, Ferne J. 102, 186
Lievsay, Sondra K. 52, 102, 232
Lindsay, Lynda J. 60, 71, 102, 214
Lingenfelter, Darlene 186
Lingertelt, Bonnie L. 80, 249
Lingerfelt, Linda K. 71, 76, 81, 186
Linn, Marcia E. 52, 92, 113, 214
Lippoldt, Linda L. 80, 102
Lisby, Betty J. 92, 249
David J. 54, 76, 214
Little, F. Dale 102, 186
Little, Judy A. 158, 232
Little, Randy L. 186
Little, Susan L. 102, 249
Littleton, Ronnald I. 249
Lockwood, Charles 8. 249
Laemef, Alan N. 47, sa, 77, 186
Loettler, Frank X. 132, 134, 214
Lottis, Linda 52, 214
Logan, Rickie D. 249
London, Mary R. 52, 60, 75, 92, 186
Long, Keith M. 107, 186
Long, Patti Gail 102, 186
Longtellow, Marilyn 214
Longley, Richard 67, 214
Looney, Candace R. 52, 88, 126, 186
Looney, Jackie L. 52, 232
Lord, Grant 11, 41, 187
Lorenz, David R. 67, 232
Louk, Linda 187
Louk, Pamela A. 214
Lout, Becky S. 92, 249
Lout, Vicki L. 47, 57, 102, 187
Love, Buzz 1B7
Lovegrove, Mike W. 107
Loveland, David B. 57, 187
Lovett, Waynoka 24, 156, 157, 159
Loving, T. Danny 65, 148, 249
Lowe, Claudia 102, 214
Lowe, Dorothy H. 249
Lowe, J,ohn L. 214
Lowe, Martha J. 52, 81, 214
Lowe, Susan A. 81, 102, 249
Lowell, Steven K. 232
Lowry, Christina G. 52, 76, 92, 232
Lowry, Gregory S. 30, 47, 49, 65, 77,
Lowther, Phil C. 249
Loyd, Forrest L. 142, 214
Luckan, Carol L, 71, 102, 187
Ludrick, Burton 232
Ludrick, Scott N. 187
Lukehart, Robert A. 132, 214
Lundien, Gloria N. 52, 102, 124, 232,
Michael D. 232
Luper, Maxwell James 97, 232
Luster, Patricia A. 102
, Ricky K. 187
Luttrell, Suzanne 214
James M. 61, 187
Lyles, Boyd D. Jr. 55, 67, 232
Jack R. 187
Lyne,l Donald M. 214
Lynn, Everett D. 83, 232
Lynn, Gary A. 48, 83, 214
Lynn, Rex E. 97, 187
Lyon, Mark E. 48, 55, 76, 214
Lysaught, Barry 107
Lytle, John Kirk 137, 249
Lytle, Patricia J. 92, 232
Mabrey, Don 24
Machulis, Margaret A. 102, 249
MacKellar, Helen 52, 98, 101, 128, 1
MaCKey, Don E. 58, 64, 133, 187
MacKillican, Sherry 92, 232
MacTaggart, James L. 97, 232
Madden, Pamela A. 232
Maddox, Donald W. 249
Maddox, Edith M. 232
Maddox, Melissa A. 52, 102, 232
Magbee, Wilson T. 232
Maguffee, William N. 249
Mahagan, Gary M. 31, 55, 72, 232
Mahan, Carol A. 157
Mahan, Linda K. 157, 249
Mahan, Mike K. 30, 82, 187
Mahanay, Eugene, Jr. 84, 107, 249
Malone, J. Frank 18, 112, 170
Mallonee, Joseph P. 61, 136, 214
Mallory, David J. 232
Mangum, Bud 187
Mangum, Clay R. 138
Manley, David 232
Manlove, Robert T. 214
Mannas, Lila A. 52, 75, 92, 232
Manning, Joel O. 232
Manske, Stanley E. 79, 188
Manson, David L. 65, 249
illa, Gloria E. 92, 214
Mapes, Dorothy C. 76, 84, 92, 249
Marchman, Stephanie 75, 102, 232
Marcom, Phillio A. 214
Marcotte, Leonard 24, 153
Marley, David L. 249
Marley, Harry D. 232
Marr, Judy G. 102, 157, 160, 188
Marr, Larry S. 97, 232
Marrs, Gary 8. 188
Marsh, John E. 55, 214
Marshall, Linda S. 188
Martin, David B. 188
Martin, Jesse D. 249
Martin, Joe F. 214
Martin, Karen S. 188
Martin, Linda L. 79, 188
Martin, Mary L. 214
Martin, Mary S. 75, 92, 249
Martin, Michael J. 249
Martin, Thomas W. 153, 214
Martine, Jack A. 76, 153, 232
Martz, Carol A. 80, 249
Mason, Andy W. 32, 55, 62, 63, 64,
76, 77. 188
Mason, Jeanonne 40, 214
Mason, Ronald S. 188
Mason, Suzanne 92, 249
Mastagni, Bernie 188
Mastagni, Patricia I. 52, 92, 232
Math Analysis Club 77
Mathias, Jessica C. 232
Mattax, Mardeena 214
Mauldin, Mary J, 101, 232
Maupin, Catherine A. 92, 214
Maupin, Olivia M. 44, 47, 48, 49,
64, 76, 77, 92, 188
Maupin, Rita J. 102, 232
Maurer Bryan L. 44, 47, 54, 64, 188
Maxey, Ronald L. 232
Maxey, Vermell A. 102, 232
Maxwell, Cheri A. 80, 249
Maxwell, John A. 55, 59, 67, 69, 107,
Maxwell, William D. 107, 232
May, Beverly J. 35, 52, 60, 92, 214
May, James M. 232
May, James W. 153, 247, 249
May, Patrick 1-1. 249
Mayer, Bob C. 62, 68, 214
Maylield, Dan 56, 204, 214
Maynor, Carol J. 188
Mays, Stephen T. 249
McBride, Carie L. 92, 250
McCandIess, Kathy 44, 49, 52, 60, 84,
McCarty, Michael L. 232
McCarty, N. Alan 56, 61, 161, 214
McClung, Kay D. 102, 188
McClure, Michael P. 232
McCollom, Jerry M. 214
McCormick, Michael A. 47, 49, 56, 64
82, 83, 188
McCormick, Susan L. 158, 232
McCracken, Robert L. 214
McCray, Sally L. 214
McCreory, Michael J. 136, 147, 232
McCreight, George 67, 76, 174, 189
McCulley, Charles A. 189
McCullough, linda K. 240, 250
McCully, Elizabeth A. 250
McCutcheon, Jerry R. 250
McDanno1d, Patricia 92, 250
McDonald. Janie E. 81, 250
McDonald, Janis Kay 39, 92, 189
McDonald, Lynn B. 31, 56, 72, 225,
McDonald, Richard D. 232
McElroy, Mike 250
McEver, Kathleen A. 69, 71, 76, 233
McEwen, Linda 233
McFarland, Betty S. 215
McFarland, Janet C. 92, 214
McFerren, Sharon 189
McGee, F. Janet 233
McGee, Sally B. 52, 92, 215
McGinty, John W. 189
McGregor, Frank H. 137, 148, 250
McGuinn, Jim 215
McGuire, Mack A. 56, 132, 136, 233
McHuin, Richard L. 250
Mclntire, Judy K. 189
Mclntyre, Marilyn S. 233
McKinney, Dal E. 38, 161
-Mclure, Jane A. 68, 102, 215
McMahon, Janett F. 189
McMahon, Terry C. 250
McMurray, Marilyn 215
McNatt, Peggy L. 233
McNeil, Betty D. 92, 140, 189
McNeill, Steven G. 138, 233
McNutt, Mack 64, 189
McPheeters, Mary M. 47, 49, 52, 62,
63, 98,101, 114,126,189
McPherson, Randy L. 250
McPherson William B. 56, 67, 215
Me2acham, Constance A. 58, 59, 102,
Meadows, Alan E. 65, 68, 107, 215
Mealy, John 8.215
Medley, Claudia G. 32, 233
Medlock, Joe 24
Mee, Mariorie A. 215
Meek, Christopher F. 65, 250
Meeker, John D. 72, 80, 189
Meister, Richard 8. 215
Meister, Suzanne 44, 52, 64, 92, 110,
126, 128, 189
Melanson, Tricia L. 189
Melton, Janice E. 82, 233
Merchant, Paul M. 148, 250
Meredith, Lynn Ed 136, 215
Merideth, Harold 24, 132, 155
Merideth, Lawrence R. 233
Merilatt, Lonna J. 189
Meriweather, Judith A. 92, 250
Merz, Otto F. 56, 215
Messenger, John C. 65
Messinger, Karen S. 250
Metheny, Cynthia J. 75, 102, 250
Metheny, Steven P. 56 153, 233
Meyer, Gary R. 233
Michaelson, David M. 56, 64, 67, 69,
Michaelson, Ronny 69, 250
Milburn, Joy 52, 102, 233
Murphy, Michaele E. 92, 234
Murphy, Michael S. 191
Murphy, Sidney 8. 65, 234
Murphy, William F. 40, 216
Musallam, L. Sam 137, 251
Muse, Mary L. 57, 191
Musgrave, John L. 56, 147, 234
Musgrave, Pamela J. 47, 191
Milburn, Merrily 47, 48, 81, 102, 189
Miles, Maribeth 189
Miller, Carla D. 92, 215
Miller, Christy L. 189
Miller, Connie M. 189
Miller, David L. 250
Miller, Everett C. 56, 76, 189
Miller, Jack D. 189
Miller, Jeanene C. 75, 92, 250, 252
Miller, Kent H. 65, 215
Miller, Patricia R. 92, 215
Miller, Rae 24
Miller, Ramah 24, 25, 47, 71
Miller, Ray Ellis 72, 233
Miller, S. Sol 137
Miller, Stephen C. 233
Miller, Steven J. 137, 250
Miller, Tommy J. 137, 155, 250
Miller, Woods A. 250
Milligan, Shirley A. 52, 92, 215
Mills, Cary D. 215
Mills, Rodney D. 233
Mills, Nancy M. 52, 60, 92, 233
Mims, Roger L. 132, 134, 136, 215
Mines Linda 8.45, 54, 75, 189
, Alan D. 61, 189
, Carolyn L. 250
, Carrie G. 102, 215
Mitchell, Donna E. 60, 75, 93, 233
Mitchell, Harry J. 189
Mitchell, Janet S. 190
Mitchell, Marvin 190
Mitchell, Mary S. 215
Mitchell, Michael J. 153, 154, 161, 19
Mitchell, Norma J. 81
, Sherry M. 52, 102,215
1, Jimmy D. 216
Mustion, Brenda R. 70, 83, 234
Mustonen, William T. 191
Myatt, Margaret J. 191
Myers, Linda J. 156, 157, 159
Myracle, John H. 48, 56, 149, 216
Mythen, .lo Anita 93, 251
Doris D. 93, 234
National Art Honor Society 49
National Forensic League 62
National Honor Society 47 l
National Thespians 62 1
Neal, Barry L. 234
Neal, Kathy 38, 59, 102, 191
Neal, Larry L. 234
Neal, Shirley M. 234
Nedbalek, Nedra J. 47, 49, 88, 191
Neel, Stanley James 251
Neill, Carol S. 102, 234
Neill, Melony L. 191
Neilson, Janet S. 93, '191
Leslie D. 58, 234 l
Michael R. 251
Richard R. 56, 216
Neph, Karen B. 93, 234
Nestlerode, Jan 234
Newell, Stephanie L. 84, 102, 251
Newman, Harry G. 69, 251
Newman, John K. 191
Newman, Margaret 70, 76, 83, 234
Newman, Michael C. 82, 234
Newsom, Diana L. 234
Sondra E. 52, 59, 93, 191
Nichols, Nina J. 191 .
Mitchell, Shirlee 52, 71, 93, 215
Moak, Linda S. 70, 83, 84, 215
Moak, Wynn A. 78, 79, 80, 190
Moffatt, Jim S. 137, 250
Moncrief, Marilyn 68, 102, 215
Monroe, Kay W. 251
Montgomery, Connie S. 52, 60, 73, 74
75, 93, 212
Montgomery, Linda G. 47, 71, 190
Montgomery, Lisa C. 52, 60, 102, 233
Montgomery, Marsha A. 71, 215
Montgomery, Mike L. 233
Moody, Joe S. 215
Moon, Judy A. 93, 233
Mooney, Evelyn D. 81, 102, 215
Moore, Carolyn D. 190
Moore, Donna L. 47, 49, 64, 67, 68,,
Nichols, rea 24, 25, 62, 63, 169 1
Nigh, Clitlord E. 35, 216 I
Nigh, Robert A. 65, 137, 251
Nix, Donna 252
Noble, John A. 56, 149, 216
Noble, Judy A. 52, 72, 102, 116, 234
Noble, William L. 97, 234
Noe, Anthony A. 97, 234
Nortleet, Dorothy J. 52, 75, 102, 234
Norman, Barbara 24, 62, 215
Norris, Caroline J. 216
Norris, Donald D. 191
Norris, Victoria A. 81, 234
Northcutt, William H. 61, 191
Nanhap, Anita L. 47, 49, 70, 84, 102l
Norton, Esther 24, 71
Moore, Gordon A. 61, 215
Moore, James 1. 233
Moore Linda S 52 68, 215
Moore: Marsha 'r. 1,02
Moore, Nota 24, 25
Peggy J. 80, 250
Terrell R. 250
Morelock, Joan J. 52, 60, 63, 93, 190
Morey, Jill 62, 93,114, 215
Morgan, Charles R. 83, 138, 139, 234
Morgan, David P. 251
Douglas H. 65, 2145
Morganl Margaret s. 102, 251
Morgan, Michael F. 137
Morgan, Susan C. 50, 60, 61, 84, 102,
Morin, Craig A. 58, 67, 190
Morin, Lynne R. 52, 60, 102, 215
Morris, Annette M. 92, 190
Morris, Jane A. 80, 250
Janet K. 52, 92, 215
Jenna M. 102, 216
Morris, John E. 132, 155, 161, 190
Morris, Karla J. 191
Morris, Patsy J. 251
Morris, Richard O. 56, 61, 136, 216
Warren, Jr. 107, 216
Novak, Diane M. 52, 93, 234
Nowlin, Janis S. 49, 75, 103, 112,
115, 12 , 8, 191
Nowlin, Sherri M. 103, 216
s, Dwight J. 234
Nunn, Jack C. 84
Nunn, Linda G. 216
Nystrom, Olan 251
Oakes, Cheryl 103, 234
Ola Mae 19
Ricky C. 47, 84, 191
O'Brien, David 216
O'Bryant, linda 234
O'Dell, Leslie D. 251
O'Dell, Pamela J. 49, 59, 68, 76, 93,
O'Dell, Sylvia L. 216
O'Dell Tyrell A. 80
Oe1ke,'Michael A, 235
Ronald E. 251
Kaye 5.52, 103, 192'
Ogden, Charles E. 56, 136, 142, 147,
Ogle, Leonard 24, 39, 69
Ohmart, Sidney 25, 30
Morrison, Tammy R. 216
Morrow, Andra K. 216
Moseley, Jimmy L. 216, 142, 147
Moses, Diana M. 31, 49, 93, 116, 158
Moss, Beverly J. 251
Mote, Roy D. 80, 111, 251
Moutray, Dennis R. 233
Moy, linda 60, 75, 102, 234
Mullens, Susan K. 52, 191
Mulligan, Deidra K. 52, 191
Mullin, Loretta S. 93, 234
Mullin, Michael G. 37, 62, 216
Mullin, Mark A. 251
Murar, Barbara A. 52, 234
Murphy, Carol J. 52, 75, 93, 234
Murphy, Kathy l. 49, 52, 60, 75, 102,
Murphy, Margaret J. 159, 160
Murphy, Margena D. 80, 102, 251
Murphy, Marsha D. 80, 191
Olandese, Donald J. 216
Oldham, Deborah C. 93, 192
Oldham, Jayne E. 52, 93, 235
Oliver, Robert E. 216
Olsgard, Robert B. 235
Olsgard, Susan J. 79, 216
Olson, Mary L. 103, 235
O'Neil, Thomas J. 235
Orcutt, William A. 235
O'Toole, Terry M. 132, 135, 147, 14
Overby, William M. 132, 135, 216
Overman, Nancy L. 62, 68, 103, 216
Owen, Kathleen 25, 26, 45, 68
Owens, Sharon K. 216
Ownbey, Fletcher J. 235 -
Owenby, Norma 28
Pace, Jock P. 136, 216
Padberg, Richard 11, 47, 49, 56, 61
Paddock, Billy P. 45, 54, 77, 97, 192
Paden, John ll, 25, 67
Page, Dale E. 56, 216
Page, G. Michael 142, 147, 216
I Page, Richard A. 147, 235
Paisley, Louise 93, 216
lPallesen, Steven A. 61, 138, 216
iPallesen, Susan A. 52, 93, 235
y Palmer, Michael F. 251
Pollock, Frank Ken 80, 251, 253
Ponder, Patricia L. 251
Pone, lanne 8. 193
Pape, Daniel N. 1134, 56, 111,193
Porter, Elisa G. 52, 59, 93, 217
Porter, Michael J. 137, 251
Porter, Thomas A. 56, 82, 217
Poteet, Wilson E. 107, 217
Potts, Carolyn L. 80, 251
Poulsen, Suzanne L. 52, 75, 103, 235
Reyes, Tony F. 57
Reynolds, Christine 53, 60, 103, 115,
Reynolds, Diana L. 53, 75,93 218
Reynolds Robert W. 218
Reynolds, Steven J. 236
Rhaden, Mary J. 103,218
Rhodes, Charles L. 69, 149, 252
Rhodes, Kathy 59, 103, 194
Richards, Beth A. 47, 59, 53, 68, 70,
Palo, Margaret E. 52, es, 72, 73, 103,
Pansze, John G. 235
Pansze, Patti Ann 52, 103, 235
Parham, Philip D. 251
Park, Mabel 25
Parker, Billy Z. 47, 192
Parker, Candice L. 216
Parker, Joseph A., Jr. 251, 84
Parker, Paula F. 192
Parker, Susan C. 103, 251
Parks, James T. 192
Parmeter, Donna L. 192
Parr, William W. 192
Parrish, Carol L. 216
Parrish, George L. 67, 192
Parrish, Kevin L. 65, 116, 216
Paschal, Richard A. 80, 249, 251
Paslay, Donald 192
Paslay, Ronald 192
Pate, Catherine A 71, 81, 235
Pate, James Durwood 192
Pate, Richard H. 56, 161, 216
Patterson, Betty A. 251
Patterson, Cynthia A. 52, 75, 112, 115
122, 125, 128, 192
Patterson, Dennis R. 235
Patterson, Gary G. 192
Patterson, Susan K. 216
Patterson, William 26, 62, 63, 68, 216
Pounds, Deborah A. 103, 193
, Bill R. 251
, David O. 251
, Douglas C. 78, 79, 193
,James D. 138, 251
Powell, Jana G. 193
Powell, John 25
Powell, Penny J. 47, 60, 103, 160, 193
Power, Guy J. 61, 217
Powers, John R. 235
Powers, Robert E. 235
i Robert J. 193
Walter E. 251
Prather, Stephen K. 235
Pratt, Paulett 235
Prevett, Charlene K. 52, 103, 217
Prevett, Marlene M. 52, 103, 204, 21.7
Prevost, Ronald L. 235
Price, James R. 251
Linda S. 81, 103, 217
Lanny M. 251
John T. 49, 217
Judith A. 217
James M. 217
Proctor, Sally L. 52, 75, 93, 235
Karen l. 103, 248, 251
Robert R. 56, 136, 149, 151,
Pryor, Becky J. 251
Pryor, Joe 8. 62, 63, 217
Richards, Nancy A. 218
Richardson, Don R. 194
Richardson, Michael 194
Richert, Nancy C. 48, 53, 218
Ricks, Glenn 25
Ricks, Phillip R. 236
Riddles, Debie 93
Riddles, Steve 218
Riddles, William M. 236
Ridgeway, Virginia 37, 48, 53, 62, 103,
Ridley, Robert L. 252
Riebel, Douglas F. 138, 236
, Deanna J. 194
Rlley, Janet E. 47, 48, 49, 51, 53, 5,B,
,52, 63, ea, 77, sa, 159, 160,
Riley, Richard E. 59, 195
Ringwald, Fred C. 56, 218
r, Steven A. 82, 142, 161, 195
h, Patricia A. 81, 252
h, Samuel L. 97, 236
Roberson, Ronald L. 236
Roberts, Jerri A. 78, 79, 218
rts, Linda 157, 195
rtson, Michael Lee 9, 65, 195
rtson, Sherri K. 53, 195
nson, Catherine A. 103
Robinson, James P. 236
Sarinske, Diane J. 81, 93, 253
Sas, David J. 132, 134, 195
Saunders, Denise 236
Saxon, Charles E. 236
Schanbacher, Linda 75, 103, 253
Scheer, Virginia 47, 48, 49, 77, 82,
Schell, Linda J. 93, 253
Schell, Tommy D. 253
Schier, Dale W. 253
Schier, Paula R. 53, 104, 218
Schmauch, Arthur P. 208, 218
Schmidt, Henry M. 253
Schmidt, Larry D. 218
Schmidt, Robert E. 253
Schmitz, Alan H. 253
Schneider, Robert N. 253
Schoap, Christopher 236
sclioii, Birgit M. 49, 54, 65, 118, 195
Schrantz, A. Janette 81, 219
Schroeder, Nancy J. 53, 59, 93, 196
Schuetz, Sandra K. 70, 82, 236
Schuster, William D. 253
Schwab, Vicky E. 196
Schwartz, John 26, 136
Science Club 67
Scott, Barry O. 219
scan, John H. 55, 141, 142, 144, 145,
146, 161, 196 V
Scott, Kaye Ellen 57, 196
Scott, Sharon 26
Scott, Stanley M. 253
Scott, Steve W. 137, 219
Scott, Thomas G. 56, 136, 236
Scotl, Viola 28
Scrivener, Connie l.. 81, 196
Scudder, Florence 28
Scudder, Jack D. 45, 47, 62, 63, 64, 7
Patton, Jenna B. 52, 93, 216
Paulus Dianne E. 235
Payne, Charles G. 216
Payne, Christopher A. 136, 235
Payne, Claudia L. 235
Payne, Steven R. 251
Payne, Terry S. 192
Payne, Thomas W. 56, 138, 139, 161,
Peale, Dorothy 25
Pearson, Charles G. 192
Pearson, David O. 79, 216
Pearson, Jerry W.
, Michael A. 192
, Sharon K. 103, 217
Peck, Steven R. 137
Pedigo, Barbara K. 75, 103, 251
Pedigo, Mary E. 48, 52, 64, 103,
Peerboom, Mike C. 251
Pemberton, Kathy E. 57
Pendleton, Howell R. 217
Pendleton, Patricia 251
Pennington, Carolyn 93, 106, 192
Pennington, Mary A. 235
Pennington, Nancy L. 80, 93, 251
enny, Jimmie Lynn 217
Perkins, Jimmie L. 235
Perkins, Melvin 83, 107, 235
Perkins, Tanda K. 102, 192
Perry, Sherri L. 60, 93, 192
erry, William W. 137, 251
etree, Shirley J. 93, 235
etty, William Hank 192
helps, James D. 235
helps, Kenneth R. 48, 49, 64, 76,
Puckett, James T. 76, 251
Pugh, Roger D. 217 '
Pulley, Nancy L. 193
Pulliam, Michael P. 65, 161, 217
Punneo, Larry D. 251
Purdy, Joanne 52, 103, 235
Purnell, Georgia K. 217
Pursel, Cathy L. 103, 217
Puttrofl, Janet A. 235
Puttroli, Susan J. 49, 75, 93, 193
Qualls, Donna J. 103, 217
Quill and Scroll 73
Quindt, Beverly J. 251
Quindt, Dale A. 235
Quindt, Kathryn H. 217
Quine, David N. 252
Raddis, Sherry E. 103, 193
Radio Club 67
Ragsdale, Jo A. 76, 252
Ragsdale, Thomas M. 48, 64, 193
Rahe, Paul A. 62, 76, 235
Rahill, Ramona L. 48, 52, 60, 75,
Rahill, Randy O. 252
Rahill, Steven W. 252
Rainey, Nancy L. 193
Ramee, Robert L. 56, 132, 194
Ratclill, Drew E. 217
Ratclill, Ronald J. 80, 137, 252
Rathien, Rebecca 52, 75, 103, 235
Ratway, Alice A. 235
Robinson, Kristine K. 236
Robinson, Lynn M. 252
Robinson, Paul L. 161, 195
Robinson, R. Randall 72, 236
Robinson, Sharon P. 58, 62
Robison, Kathey A. 252
Roblyer, Cara J. 76, 103, 252
Rodgers, Richard L. 57, 195
Rodgers, Terry A. 218
Roe, Alice E. 218
Roesch, David C. 218
Roesch, Ralph Jack 65
Rogers, Jacqueline 60, 75, 10
Rogers, Judith A. 75, 93, 252
Rogers Larry M. 218
Scudder, Tommy L. 219
Sealy Rebecca L. 219
Seaman, Gail L. 253
Seaman, Sherry L. 104, 196
Sears, David E. 65, 97, 236
Sears, Georgia A. 196
Sears, J. Hardy, 48, 196
Seay, Donnie R. 253
See, Carson C. 236
Seikel, Jana L. 53, 58, 104, 236
Sell, Michael N. 196
Sethney, Barbara 26, 95, 240
Seehorn, Reta J. 104, 219
Rogers, Marva J. 103, 218
Rogers, Ralph T. 153, 154, 161, 218
Rogers, Robert M. 148, 252
Rogers, Teresa A. 103, 218
Rollins, Ralph D. 252
Roos, Robert A. 236
Rose, Diana O. 252
, Samuel David 107, 113, 236
, Talesa 103, 252
nberg, Linda L. 218
Gordon S. 252
Ross, John T. 236
, Barbara J. 76, 252
, Lawrence F. 218
, Robin 195
Round Table Stall 74
ar, Edward E. 252
Rowe, Orval Glenn 195
Rowe, Robert E. 195
Rowten, Cindy A. 156, 159, 236
Rowten, Michdel J. 155, 252
Seeley, Martin, 155, 253
Seeley, Michuel D. 219
Sewell, Ramona 53, 93, 219
Shadid, Ellen 103, 196
Shadid, Shirley B. 219 V
Sharpley, Carol L. 75, 104, 253
Shaw, Wesley Allen 196
sliuw, Betty E. 253
Shaw, Bonnie L. 81, 236
Shaw, Diane L. 49, 64, 65, 196
Shaw, Jim J. 253
Shaw, John D. Jr. 61, 236
Shaw, Steve J. -253
Shaw, Terry D. 253
Shaw, Terry L. 79, 196
Sheehan, Kathleen s. 75, 104, 253
Sheehan, Sherry A. 53, 60, 104, 196
n, Michael 236
an, Janice K. 253
Shelton, Marietta 196
Shelton, William A. 65,253
77, 79, 142, 145, 151, 193
hillips, Abbie ze
hillips, Don A. 48, 217
hillips, Larry K. 251
hillips, Linda 251
hillips, Linda J. 52, 75, 103, 235
hillips, Janet 28
Nancy L. 251
, Ann K. 52, 72, 75, 103, 217
Janet L. 251
Phipps, Peggy L. 52, 60, 93, 217
hysical Education 36
ickens, Carol A. 47, 49, 52, 64, 96,
ickney, Jan C. 81, 93, 193
ierce, Kitty M. 52, 103, 216
ierce, Norma M. 75, 93, 235
ierce, Ronny C. 97, 251
ierson, Roy H. 136
ietsch, Rory S. 217
igg, James S. 251
inix, Karen A. 52, 103, 235
inkstan, Beverly J. 93, 235
ipkin, Phyllis J. 251
irner, Teresa A. 217
ne sl, 93, 251
Charles F. 235
inet, Albert E. 132, 135, 235
later, D. Frank, Jr. 65, 193
later, Frederick O. 72, 235
latt, John 25, 40, 78
ognts, Janette M. 52, 58, 68, 76, 93,
ojezny, Susan G. 103, 217
olk, Douglas L. 137, 251
Alan L. 217
Ray, James L. 252
James Lawrence 56, 61, 235
Ray, Marcia S. 52, 60, 71, 103, 194
Ray, Suzanne 60, 93, 194
Rea, Bobby J. 235
Read, Pamela S. 217
Red Cross 58-59
Reding, Kay R. 52, 60, 93, 235
Redlinger, Linda J. 194
Reed, Carol A. 52, 62, 63, 93, 218
Reed, Deborah J. 65, 78, 79, 218
Reed, Larry D. 252
Reed, Patricia A. 80, 252
Reed, Randy A. 218
Reeves, Dean G. 65, 218
Reeves, John R. 56, 153, 223, 235
Reeves, Steve A. 194
Reeves, Vickie L. 194
Reid, Chris E. 79
Reid, Diane 8. 81
Reifl, Kaelhe 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 64,
Patricia 52, 63, 67, 103, 235
Reinheimer, Helen R. 12, 46, 50, 60,
61, 73, 74, 75, 93, 194
Reisinger, Linda K. 218
Remington, F. Dale 236
Reglggl, Sharon A. 53, 93, 156, 159,
Renegar, Phyllis K. 93, 236
Renfra, John P. 236
Rentro, William C. 218
Renlrae, Allen 194
Renner, William C. 65, 218
Reyes, Nilda 156, 157, 159, 236
Rowton, Jane A. 57, 217
Rubenstein, Helena B. 195
Rucker, 8ecky S. 252
Rugg, Doris J. 75, 103, 236
Rugg, Eddie H. 218
Ruhr, Larry P. 76, 252
Rumley, Joyce F. 218
Runka, John H. 218
Runnels, M. Terry 79, 218
Runyan, David L. 137, 252
Rush, Marsha A. 64, 195
Russell, Fran G. 53, 60, 75, 93, 236
Russell, Judy A. 58, 103, 195
Russell, Sandra J. 195
Russell, Stephen E. 252
Russell, Thomas E. 252
Rutledge, Cynthia 47, 79, 195
Rutledge, Susan A. 81, 93, 253
Rutledge, Susan A. 195
Ryan, James R. 65, 236
lich, Johnny A. 218
Saied, Debra L. 76, 103, 253
Sabolich, Johnny A. 218
Saied, Debra L. 76, 103, 253
Salathiel, Merlynn A. 53, 71, 75, 81,
Salda, Jimmy D. 236
Samara, Bobby Dwain 58, 136
Samara, Carolyn S. 195
Sommons, Rhonda C. 70, 83, 93, 195
Sanders, Charlotte A. 47, 70, 82, 195
Sandgarten, Alan G. 69, 253
Sarkey, Steven J. 67, 236
Shepard, Frank C. 137, 253
Shepard, Gladys 25, 26
Shepherd, Gail A. 81, 93, 253
Shepherd, Kathy M. 253
Shepherd, Susan L. 79, 81, 196
Sheppard, Victoria Y. 254
Sherman, Dan M. 219
Sherman, Judith A. 49, 53, 64, 73, 74,
Sherman, Linda D. 254
Sherman, Randall L. 236
Sherill, Jimmy C. 65, 196
Shield Stall 72
Shirley, Kathy A. 104, 254
Shirley, Stephanie G. 236
Shoot, James L. 37, 47, 49, 56, 64, 67
79, 83, 84, 196
Shoot, William W. 49, 56, 64, 67, 79,
83, 84, 196
Shorts, Dorene A. 196
Shartt, Milana L. 219
Shrade, Jack W. 56, 219
Shultz, G. Dwight 65, 83, 84
Siegel, Steve M. 254
Sigmon, Barbara G. 53, 60, 75, 93,
Silk, William H. 56, 196
Silvey, Geneva K. 80, 254
Simmons, Jean Ann 93, 236
Simmons, Jo A. 104, 236
Simms, Craig S. 236
Simms, Linda 53, 104, 219
Simon, Danny C. 132, 135, 219
Simonson, Barbara A. 75, 93, 254
Simonson, Tom P. 56, 61, 136, 236
Simpson, Diana R. 9, 219
Simpson, Janice D. 71, 93, 254
Sims, Bruce C. 236
Singleton, Peggie L. 254
Donald G. 236
Skouge, Mary 26
Kerry Eileen 59, 60, 75, 94,
sidreif Floyd J. 254
Lynda R. 104, 236
Slaughter, John R. 97, 219
Smelser, Carroll 25, 26
Smelser, John A. 62, 236
Barbara 104, 197
Barbara J. 84, 94, 219
Baron H. 78, 79, 197
Brenda K. 70, 254
Smith, Bronna G. 254
Smith, Bruce A. 219
Smith, Bruce D. 254
Smith, Charles 254
Smith, David A. 97, 219
Smith, David iz. 254
Smith, David L. 121, 161, 219
Smith, Debbie H. 53, 94, 236
Deborah A. 254
Dewitt H. 219
Dorothy c. 254
Frances A. 104, 236
Smith, Frederick M. 254
Smith, Gene iz. 61, 136, 149, 150, 151
161, 204, 219
Smith, Harold E. 56, 219
Smith, Jack C. 254
Smith, Jacqueline J. 254
Smith, James C. 237
Smith, James T. 254
Smith, Jane 28
Smith, Jane E. 197
Smith, Joseph A. 254
Smith, Kathleen J. 94, 197
Smith, Kip c. 237,
Smith, Lynn K. 197
Smith, Margie 26, 95, 158
Smith, Marsha L. 94, 237
Smith, Mary Ja. 159, 197
Smith, Paul A. 254
Smith, Peter M. 77, 197
Smith, Richard E. 254
Smith, Robert D. 237
Smith, Russell 219
Smith, Sandra K. 219
Smith, S. Sue 219
Smith, sdrd L. 47, 64, 65, 70, 72, az,
Smith, Stephen C. 254
Smith, Susan M. 35, 70, 83, 84, 254
Smith, Tricia F. 60, 94, 237
Smack, Leslie W. 219
Smock, Mark D. 197
Smack, Pamela J. 39, 75, 254
a, Christine L, 219
Diana K. 219
Smythe, Jane A. 94, 219
Sneed, Candace 79, 219
Sneed, James R. 254
Sneed, William G. 219
Snell, Joan A. 81, 104, 254
Snell, Karen E. 47, 49, 64, 94, 197
Snelson, Teresa K. 81, 219
Snider, Madelene B. 237
Snider, Melinda G. 94, 254
Snipes, Kathleen A. 75, 94, 219
Snyder, Diana S. 104, 114, 254
Snyder, Gretchen M. 94, 237
Snyder, Linda S. 49, 197
Socarraz, Luis M. 254
Social Studies 34
Solter, Ree A. 53, 104, 237
Sommerfrucht, R. K. 56, 76, 219
Sorenson, John 197
Southard, Bobette 197
Southard, Chris A. 237
Sauthard, Peggy L. 254
Sowdel, Donald A. 58
Spaeth, Ahird L. 53, 58, 94, 233, 237
Spann, Lucille 26
Spann, Richard D. 78, 79, 197
Sparkman, Bonnie C. 254
Sparkman, John M. 197
Sparks, Gar W 198
Glen L. 136, 219
Sporksf Kay F. 53, 60, 94, 198
Spvrks. MQW A. 104,'254
Spaulding, Phillip M. 148, 254
Spear, Roger B. 254
5Pence, Dana S. 49, 53, 75, 104, 237
Spencer, Charles D. 198
Spencer, Janel A. 79, 198
Spicer, Judith Anne 94, 254
Spielberger, William 237
Spitler, John E. 61, 198
Spooner, Alan R. 58, 198
Springer, David L. 219
Sprouls, Jamie L. 79, 219
Sprowso, Michael 237
Sprowso, Mitchell, E. 198
Staats, Cheryl M. 94, 237
Stack, Michael D. 254
Stacy, James 8.47, 54, 110, 114, 127,
Stacy, John R. 254
Stacy, Susan E. 104
Stacy, Thomas W. 61, 84, 149, 150,
Staley, Deeaee D. 94, 254
Stommer, Sally S. 53, 94, 219
Stanfield, Noble D. 61, 198
Stanford, Judy 220
Stangeland, Jane 47, 48, 60, 68, 76.
77, 88, 96, 198
Stanley, Jane E. 220
Stansel, Cheryl A. 104, 220
Stansell, Vernon H. 237
Stapp, James A. 65, 254
Starke, Cynthia P. 53, 60, 94, 237
Starr, Carmen L. 79, 81, 237
Starr, Jack M. 79, 198
St. Dizier, Rodney 25, 27, 32, 48, 77
Stedman, Grayda 27
Steele, Frederick A. 65, 220
Steele, Jeanette B. 37, 53, 60, 63, 75,
Steele, Sally J. 254
Steele, Suzanne 94, 220
Steele, Tom L. 254
Stemm, Shery A. 104, 254
Steer, Doveline K. 53, 60, 104, 159,
Steinbock, Stephen 237
Steph, Ann 53, 60, 63, 220
Stephens, Carl S. 220
Stephens, Delbert W. B3, 84, 220
Stephens, Ellen K. 79, 198
Stephens, Lizette 104, 198
Stephens, Lynette S. 220
Stephens, Mary L. 220
Stephens, Sharlin 254
Stern, Benjamin 254
Stephens, Stephanie 75, 94, 220
Stephenson, Cynthia 53, 104, 237
Stephenson, Gary R. 237
Stephenson, Phillip 237
Steves, Gary B. 137, 254
Stewart, Chris R. 237
Stewart, Joe G. 69, 198
Stewart, Judy 123
Stewart, Patricia M. 104, 254
Stewart, Thomas 69, 80, 253, 254
St. Geroge, Janet R. 76, 254
Stiver, Linda K. 76, 104, 254
St. John, David W. 254
St. John, June E. 53, 75, 94, 237
Stoehr, Catherine S. 220
Stokes, Melinda J. 76, 254
Stone, Carol W. 254
Stone, Marinelle 49, 198
Stone, Monte E. 254
Stone, Rebecca A. 237
Stoops, Ronnie E. 49, 80, 237
Story, Pamela B. 237
Stotts, Ramona G. 81, 104, 255
Stout, Linda S. 71, 104, 220
Strahl, Sue Nell 255
Strain, Kathleen M. 45, 94, 199
Stratton, Linda S. 104, 237
Stratton, Linda S. 104, 237
Street, Madelyn 53, 72, 94, 220
Streeter, Diana K. 94, 255
Strickland, Linda K. 81, 94, 237
Strickland, Martha G. 80, 255
Strickland, Sharon K. 57, 220
Strong, J. Lynne 53, 75, 104, 237
Stroud, Gail L. 53, 75, 237
Stuart, Donald B. 97, 238
Student Council 44-45
Styles, Virginia L. 955
Stvron, Carol S. 80, 255
Styron, Michael F. 107, 220
Suchy, Jenniter J. 104, 111, 255
Suggs, Jacl' R. 47, 77, 161, 199
Suggs, Lynn W. 199
Suggs, Nancy A. 199
Sullivan, Carol K. 81, 255
Sullivan, Mike W. 255
Sullivan, Robert 8. 199
Summers, Betty A. 71, 94, 255
Sutter, Mike R. 148, 255
Sutterman, Sandra G. 76, 104
Sutton, Lana J. 238
sitneh, Phillip L. 72, 75, 74, 220
Swain, David A. 255
Swain, Ronald D. 238
Swanson, David C. 255
Swanson, Janie M. 220
Swanson, Linda J. 53, 60, 94, 220
Swartzendruber, J. W. 147
Swick, Susan M. 47, 48, 49, 53, 64,
65, 76, 94, 199
Swigert, Sally A. 50, 60, 104, 111,
Stykes, Howard A. 137, 255
Sylvan, Barry S. 255
Sylvester, Don F. 65, 97, 220
Symphony Hi-Notes 70
Tabor, Charles E. 199
Tapscott, Thomas G. 255
Ta te, L
inda J. 255
rece, Mike H. 141, 142, 144, 161,
Tate, Sharon S. 104, 255
Tate, Suzanne 53, 94, 238
Denny R. 141,199
Taylor, Ann E. 31, 68, 72, 73, 116,
Carmiea 104, 199
Doris K. 28
Doris N. 27, 95
Jane E. 84, 199
John L. 255
Mary S. 58, 62, 104, 199
Mickey A. 255
Sandra L. 94, 199
Sharon A. 255
Thomas L. 65, 220
William D. 83, 107, 238
Wrenette 94, 255
Teague, Eric A. 76, 153, 238
Tecumseh, Jesse A. 69, 220
Teets Georgia 27
Teets, Glenda C. 48, 59, 68, 76,
Temple, Van R. 255
Tennis, Tim R. 255
Terry, Linda L. 53, 57, 105, 199
Terry, Vicki L. 238
Tessman, James E. 255
Robert 80, 238
Teter, Robert S. 255
Thacker, Shirley 94, 221
Marilyn S. 105, 255
, Cynthia A. 81, 221
Janice S. 53
I Jence 48, 58, 59, 68, 76, 94,
, Jim N. 255
, Judy L. 49, 60, 76, 94, 199
, Melissa L. 255
, Michael C. 107, 255
, Michael P. 107, 238
Treat, Jack 27
Trent, Debbie L. 256
Tripp, Claudia J. 81, 256
Tripp, Patrick A. 221
Trott, Don H. 65, 67
Truax, Martha 27
Truelove, Ronald D. 200
Truitt, Vicki S. 200
Trummer, George A. 97, 238
Tubb, Linda K. 53, 221
Tubb, Patricia 75, 94, 256
Tucker, Linda L. 53, 95, 200
Tucker, Lloyd E. 136, 238
Tucker, Mike K. 221
Tucker Sharon M. 71 94 221
'Nelda M. 200' '
Turner, Cora L. 53, 60, 105, 238
Turner, Harleta S. 79, 200
Turner, Jo A. 71, 256
Turner, Kent F. 80
Turner, Myretta G. 71, 200
Thomas, yancy L. 94, 255
Thomas, riscilla J. 76, 105, 255
Thomas, Susan J. 94, 158, 160
Thomason, Karen K. 47, 78, 79, 80,
Thomford, Zaida Ann 199
on, Bill W. 255
on, Calvin D. 255
on, Carl D. 221
on, Charldene 238
on, Craig T. 221
on Deborah J. 53, 60, 73, 74,
on, Diane L. 94, 255
eh, Ga s. 221
Thompson, Glenda R. B1, 238
Thompson, Jacquelyn 104, 221
Thompson, Jane F. 75, 105, 238
Thompson, M. Jayne 53, 238
Thompson, Jeanne K. 53, 94, 156, 159,
Thompson, John R. 199
Thompson, John R. 137, 256
Thompson, Jon L. 67, 220, 221
Thompson, Julian C. 256
Thompson Linda S. 47, 60, 94, 199
Thompson, Margaret 27
Thompson, Mary M. 199
Thompson, Michael G. 200
Thompson, Phillip A. 206, 221
Thompson, Robert D. 221
Thompson, Sherry 200
Thompson, Warren A. 65, 69, 78, 79,
Turner, Ralph E. 61, 200
Turney, Laura A. 105, 256
Turk, Michael E. 57, 221
Turnell, Karen L. 256
Turo, Linda R. 48,'53, 95, 221
Tver, Tainara 70, 105, 221
Twentieth Century Homemokers 71
Tyler, Maxine 25, 27, 47
Tyner, Mary B. 238
Ukena, Jay W. 49, 56, 64, 65, 138,
Ukena, Peter W. 76, 147, 265
Ulrich, John W. 56, 61, 149, 150, 221
Urmston, Elizabeth 27, 204
Utter, Michael E. 72, 221
Vaclaw, Robbie 23, 27, 95
Vaden, June A. 105, 256
Vahlberg, Vivian E. 30, 31, 62, 68,
72, 73, 74, 95, 221
Vail, Eugene 27, 113
Valentine, Marilyn A. 105, 221
Vandennieuwenhof, Judy 53, 157, 160,
Vandennieuwenhof, Louise 53, 75, 105
Vandennieuwenhol, Sonia 256
Vanderlord, Carol A. 53, 75, 76, 95,
VanDyke, Stephen 200
Van Hook, Wendell E. 82, 200
VanHorn, Johnny M. 200
VanMeter, Michael W. 238
Vann, Dan A. 56, 61, 221
Vann, Ronnie W. 155, 256
VanNostrand, Randy R. 221
Van Pool, Don 27, 142, 143
Vanscoy, Carl R. 200
Vanscoy, Sandra J. 256
Varnell, Michael D. 256
Varnell, Richard A. 247
Va rn er,
Va rn er,
Gerddh 1. 48, 56, 201
Judy L. 53, 75, 81, 95, 238
iziehdrd D. 97, 221
Vaughan, Jeffrey L. 82, 97, 238
Vaughn, Debbie L, 71,' 75, 105, 256
Vaughn, Joe 201
Vaughn, Taya Jean 84, 256
Vaughan, Victoria A. 93, 95, 256
Vick, Yvonne C. 69, 238
Vickery, Katlieen 201
Thornton, Jean M. 105, 158, 160, 200
Thornton, Kathryn L. 53, 76, 158, 160
Thornton, Roger D. 35, 200
Thrash, Jack C. 49, 200
Thrower, Elizabeth A. 80, 256
Thurman, Reginald 80, 155, 256
Tidholm, Donald C. 137, 149, 256
Tierce, Sherri L. 200
Tiernan, James Pat 200
Tigert, Craig A. 221
rigefi, KGYB L. 75, 94, 256
Tillman, Dan D. 256
Tinnen, Michael W. 138, 221
Tillinghast, Nancy J. 69, 81, 105, 256
Tillinghast, Richard 238
Tinsley, Brenda C. 256
Tinsley, Jerry B. 238
Tippin, Jon H. 256
Toahty, Virginia L. 256
Todd, Deborah A. 105, 256
Todd, Sharon K. 200
Tolle, Connie J. 39, 200
Tolle, Kathleen M. 94, 221
Tomberlin, Sharon K. 221
Tonelis, Pamela J. 221
Tonti, Jenny L. 221
Tonti, Ross E. 250
Townsend, Laura B. 94, 105, 256
Townsend, Michael E. 221
Travis, Ruth A. 58, 71, 200
Vincent, Larry W. 56, 61, 201
Vinson, Sammie L, 31, 49, 64, 72, 73,
Violett, Deborah K. 95, 256
Vocational Education 41
Voegelein, Linda L. 60, 95, 201
Volz, Leroy A. 48, 61, 221
Von Tungeln. Henrietta 25, 27, 49,
Voorhies. Susan J. 157, 221
rl, Kenneth H. 138, 238
Waddle, Helen 65, 70, 256
Waddle, Sandra K. 201
James W. 238
Wade, Linda L. 78, 79, 105
Wade, Luanna L. 47, 53, 105, 201
Nancy J. 49, 64, 201
Wade, Steven M. 238
Wadley, Cullom S. 56, 61, 153, 238
Wadley, Patrick C. 256
Waggoner, John L. 238
Waggoner, William 8. 221
Wagner, Ricky S. 72, 73, 221
Wakely, Carolyn 19, 223
Walcher, Joe B. 61, 77, 161, 201
Waldrip, Steven L. 69, 201
Waldrop, Christy A. 105, 238
Waldrop, Mary K. 53, 95, 238
Walk, Gary W. 97, 238
Betty J. 256
welkefj Billy J. rf. 81, 238
Wallfefi Charles P. 221
Walker, Cynthia A. 105, 238
Deh P. 56, 67, 67, 77, 201
Johnny H. 61, 202
William L. 256
Walker, Margaret A. 105, 256
Walker, Martha 65, 76, 95, 252, 256
Walker, Pauline 27
Walker, Richard L. ll 221
Walker, Sandra K. 95, 221
Walker, Sherry K. 238
Wolkup, James H. 151, 256
Wall, Suzanne 58, 79, 80, 201
Wallace, Gary W. 97
Wallace, Gaylen 19
Wallen, Fredde R. 105, 221
Wallin, Lani J. 53, 60, 95, 238
Walling, Sandra R. 53, 62, 63, 75, 98
Walpole, Linda J. 123, 256
Walters, Dale E. 147, 238
'Wampler, Jan M. 201
. Wandell, Darla 201
iWandell, Marilyn 95, 222
Ward, Carolyn G. 53, 222
Ward, Don A. 161, 201
Ward, Lawrence 57, 201
Ward, Tommy D. 201
Warnberg, Don E. 136, 238
Warner. Eric P. 97, 256
Warner, Michael 57, 201
Warren Edwin R. 256
Warren G. Cleve 56, 61, 222
Ronald W. 76, 256
Warrom, Ruth 27, 76
rn, Marilyn 53, 95, 238
Wensauer, Linda S. 256
West, Beth 25, 28, 71
West, Laurie R. 256
West, Leonard L. 132, 134, 238
West, Susan M. 160, 202
Westbrook, Pamela A. 53, 76, 222
Wester, Bernice 19, 204
Westmoreland, Carol 105, 239
Westmoreland, H. Les 239
Westmoreland, James 64, 202
Westmoreland, Mary K. 80, 95, 256
Wetwiska, Larry 80, 239
Wheeler, Elaine B. 256
Wheeler, Kathleen A. 239
Wheeler, Margie L. 239
Wheeler, Shari L. 53, 95, 202
Wheeler, Stephen W. 132, 239
Wheelus, Jean F. 57
Wheelus, Thomas E. 239
Whitbeck, John C. 65, 202
White, Genger L. 239
White, Jacqueline L. 53, 95, 239
White, Jelrey C. 256
Linda J. 53, 70, 84, 239
White, Richard A. 202
White, Ronald E. 222
White, Shelly E. 81, 105, 256
White Sherrilyn K 105, 222
f William 222
Wfftefm n. Randy L. 61, 136, 141, 153
Watson, Edward R. 56, 238
Watson, Marcia E. 70, 82, 84, 238
atson, Patricia 201
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eaver, Jim R. 238
ebb, James 137, 256
ebb, Jellrey L. 82, 114, 201
ebb, Sandra J. 238
Saber, Susan E, 47, 48, 71, 81, 95-,
ebb, Tom 27
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ebster, Judy L. 95, 202
ebster, L. Susan 75, 105, 238, 239
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eefks, Michael W. 256
eibel, Dennis E. 64, 79, 202
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elch, Lee Ann 53, 95, 222
Whitehead, Howard M. 83, 84, 256
Whitehead, Nancy J. 82, 84, 239
Whitney, Mark N. 256
Whittaker, Charles A. 239
Whytlaw, David G. 48, 149, 150, 151,
Whytlaw, James V. 149, 150, 256
Wickizer, James R. 256
Wilbanks, Mary A, 239
Wilbourn, Jan C. 95, 257
Wilburn, Carole A. 202
Wilburn, Walter L. 107, 257
Wilcox, David L. 80, 257
Wilcox, Lawrence A. 256
Wilcox, Linda C. 94, 239
Wilder, Michael R. 137, 257
Wildman, David C. 202
Wiles, Janet J. 75, 105, 257
Wiley, Regina M. 222
Wilhoyte, Cheryl A. 105, 222
Wilkerson, E. Jane 58, 202
Wilkinson, Cary D. 82, 137, 257
Wilkinson, Larry W. 202
Wilkison, Beverly J. 222
Will, Alan Leon 67, 239
Williams, Allen L. 202
Wilioms, Beth 53, 60, 65, 202
Williams, Beverly J. 65, 94, 257
Williams, Cynthia A. 49, 53, 60, 75,
Williams, Diana R. 53 64, 105, 202
Williams, Eugene M. 239
Williams, George W. 56, 76, 202
Williams, Gilbert C. 257
Williams, Helen M. 257
Williams, John M. 222
Williams, Karen A. 63, 95, 222
Williams, Karen S. 66, 95, 222
Williams, Larry D. 137, 257
Williams, Lee A. 222
Williams, Mar aret V. 239
Williams, Rebecca J. 48, 64, 94, 10
Williams, Sharon J. 95, 222
Williams, Sharon K. 95, 202
Williams, Stephanie 222
Williamson, Joyce A. 257
Williamson, Maurine 28, 169
Willingham, Helen 28, 103
Willis, Jack L. 257
Willis, Joe W. 222
Willoughby, Teri E, 95, 239
Willson, Terry l.. 257
Wilmoth, Gary S. 257
Wilsey, Stanley T. 149, 257
Wilsey, Steve L. 202
Wilson, Barbara 74, 105, 222
Wilson, Carol J. 80, 105
Wilson, Diana 40, 70, 82, 85, 203
Wilson, G. Gail 75, 239
Wilson, Jack E. 239
Wilson, John 222
Wilson, Marcia J. 239
Wilson, Marsha K. 60, 94, 239
Wilson, Richard H. 257
Wilson, Rol:ert G. 202
Wilson, Robert R. 239
Wilson, Steve L. 136, 147, 239
Wilson, Susan J. 95, 229, 239
Wilson, Timmy D. 203
Wilson, Wm. A. 202
Winkle, Jo A. 105, 204, 222
Winston, Bruce 58, 203
Wint, Sara L. 95, 222
Winters, Nita J. 222
Wisdom. Linda L. 71,203
Wise, Jimmy L. 222
Wiseman, Frank 203
Witherspoon, Chris 105, 203
Witt, Roy G. 69, 253, 257
Witte, Dick 67, 68, 70, 79, 83, 84,
Witten, Richard D. 76
Witten, Robert A. 203
Woll, Cynthia L. 94, 105
Wolll, Ronald S. 67, 222
Wolff, Tommy G. 147, 257
Womack, Kenneth W. 56, 141, 142,
143, 144, 161, 203
Wood, Connie J. 105, 239
Wood, Cynthia A.
Wood, Paul M, 80, 243, 257
Woodard, Danny P. 56, 203
Woodard, O. Franklin 239
Woods, Cheryl S. 222
Woods, Diane E. 105, 257
Woods, Willard M. Jr. 56, 161, 203
Woodward, C. R. 222
Woodward, Phillip M. 49, 56, 222
Woodward, Richard A. 61, 136, 239
Woolley, Judy A. 95, 203
Work. Daniel M., Jr. 49, 174, 203
Work, Ronald D. 239
Wright Elaine Pearce 203
wfighif Jacque L. 95, 203
Jamie B, 95
Wright, Jeri L. 105
Wright, Jimmie L. 105, 222
Wright, Logan K. 257
Wright, Pamela D. 75, 239
Wright, Pamela S. 239
Wright, Terrence D. 76
Wright, Thomas N. 222
Wrobel, Brion J. 203
Wyche, Robert M. 97, 203
Wycoff, Deborah J. 59, 67, 81, 203
Yaeger, Donna S. 257
Yaeger, Regina M. 95, 203
Yancey, Sherry A. 105, 203
Yates, Nancy K. 222
Yeager, Jeannette K. 60, 62, 95, 222
Yeagley, Frederick N. 65, 136, 239
Yen, Virginia 105, 222
Yen, William 239
Yost, Maurita 23
Younge, Hunter F. 222
Younghein, John K. 222
Zachritz, Thomas W. 137, 257
Zanovich, Gary D. 136, 153
Zanovich, Terry L. 79, 222
Zinn, Larry L. 222
Zinn, Terry D. 107, 136, 222
Zoltner, Mary B. 239
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