Northwest Classen High School - Round Table Yearbook (Oklahoma City, OK)

 - Class of 1967

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'-1' lo- Q QQ:-1-'-,,,wNf:.f,wV:' ' A ,, ., ' ' ' fflfis 'F l 1 f' eV221f.1.l ' ' 1 f ff, V l A breathtaking view-Northwest's patio at dusk. 1967 ROUND TABLE VOLU E XII Published by the Yearbook Staff of Northwest Classen High School Oklahoma City, Oklahoma R-'iv ,,. A . Q'- qw-1.-,vib - ,.....,,- D M My ,ol ill ll l ll 7 fl 'lj ff lil! yylfyylt J i ll W 6 lf ,IM ll l rlyyllw DISTINGUISHED dministrators who SYMBOL of achievement-the victory flag ccepted the challenge"-Mr. J. is raised after a Knight win by Terry F a k Malo e d Mr. Jim Johnson. Farmer, senior class president. FIRST the t w if 'g ' J fy! I, " I1 Mix Ujffipay wrt Wg u , it 7, if 9 Up, yriflsf ,JJ ll M LW' J Ur Q Ki rf , X! lillluf if L0 hgllgpge to 'fi mf' ri Q 4 ,IJ i MPM ' A JW Ol wi Long ago in a far-away land a Knight in shining armor met the challenge of life I by mastering the arts of the era- I chivalry, jousting, fencing. r Today, in 1967, Knights encounter a more complex, changing world, I demanding a "call to arms" against indifference and insensitivity. , Always seeking the highest ground, f Knights interpret, communicate, attempt self-expression, share insights. A symbol of the challenge to excel, l Sir Bedivere flings out the gauntlet- "lt's a way of life-treat it like life- 1 Accept the challenge!" CONTENTS r i Introduction .............. . . I Challenge of Opportunity ' Student Life ........ . . . I4 I Challenge of Research Administration, Faculty . . . . . . 36 L Academics ............ .... 5 2 l Challenge of Participation l Organizations ....... . . . 66 I Challenge of Competition Sports ............. .... I 32 g Challenge of Exploration ' Classes ............ . . 164 I Index ................ ..... 2 60 ' I Summer Supplement .... .... 2 75 , N :W ww - +A. qiaq- ,A WX , r V i.m,x'm w, r3X1. Kfffnvww 'K:::4ggQ5.:W,,WU Q- -W +- ,Q ' f Mr: zfzm, '-X, , 1 ,. " ' ' " , ff 2 AX 3 V' 1 i ,fi lm K 'x ,Q X, 1 f. w AM, . fl. ,. dj xml 'f A cf 'ig T' X H A 1 I K Y- A X ' pe,4h,f:m.f, g 5 1 l rg A 4' A -'T . 11, gif E. if 2 .' . z 1 -W gy, 1 , Q ' 5 4 , Y ' L K gl' Q., , X 5 H-psf?-1-V ,V M53 f Wg, , . .wx Q - ' n ff N W' , 7 ,I K 5 -ifb' - fq+'1. Q: F 4 4' A i f 'E ' 15? iwffhgwl 2.1 :+L k.."W "ft ' - 5 f' .s1f3.f .g,g1'f' in 1-,' , 'Hd "V ' ' A ., . , 152' K Kyiv U 5-1.55 ,Y ,533 ,3 ,f-w -'mg A vzf,1f,1 v- 5-Ju, . ff. ' 'XE ,r v 1- P" .Q mfp,,.,-, -fm A . 31:11, g .., z 5 , V , .F . 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With one lite to live we want to make to strive to be better than we are. it count 43' Ir L," It JB OK 512- f mv. uv-..,k fffhga NN, i ,ki 3 I 4 1 4 5 -Q M 4 3 H 'M 'M M N -.. . dl .v"""M Zgggalgig-, an w yg,. . ,Q A WK' Challenge of Research uest for Knowledge, Truth - otivating Force for Growth Seeking, discovering, inferprefing, reaching ouf To encircle knowledge- a glowing promise for the fufure. Those who break away from The crowd profif . . . gain sfafure . . . find realify, mafurify . . . and Themselves. WHO would have dreamed the earlhworm looked like that? Meg Hopping utilizes the microscope in biology lab. TERM REPORTS call for research in the library. Lucie Leaf scans the shelves for a book. SRX A fx iii s if OKLAHOMA'S STATE TEACHER OF THE YEAR-Mrs. Evelyn Findly, Norlhwesf business education teacher, receives an award from Mr. Jack Taylor, representing the Chamber of Commerce. Challenge of Participafion The 'Best of the Best' for N0rthwest 75411 aw, Gy 1 ,gcqggjig fbdgfg A ' ' ' wcfid Tele Jfigzu-Q frrvffoz. Amvac 61-6' I ' ,fzifzfcvyu .wb 6Wz4iJ.wLaf',fAQ0,,cL6fWf. Oyldffawgdwwb if K 1... www of ,A LEGENDS abouf ggwboys lure Ngrfhwg-51's AFS sfudem -fmm Argentina, of Fame. Her hosts are Mike Hall Clefil and Steve Kalmon, NW's AFS Mirfa Graciela Sibechi, Cbetfer known as "Dusy"J To The Cowboy Hall HUGHSTS 'GST Yeaf- Tina Beffhelof ffighfl is her Am9fiC6l'1 Sisier. 8 E M 9A - Aim of Groups Enriching, enlivening, moving- organizarions are our vehicles. Leading, following, -belonging, shared experiences, the joys of service promote understanding of others and through them, ourselves. WONDERING if these goodies will last through second hour, Deanna Bond pre- pares for the Spanish Club's bake sale. OLUNTEER painters arriving early to help improve the appearance of he campus are Lynn McDonald, chairman of., Student Council Building and Grounds committee, and Bob Kerns, committee member. IT isn't a castle in the air, but a castle in the office built by PTSA memberships. Mrs. Gerald Emerson, Kerry Slack, and Mrs. Leo Thompson add corner- stones as memberships are recorded daily. 5-wax X C , Y 2 5 'i'l sr YVi,J,,,3,,5f A Challenge of Competition verflowing Spirit, Rivalr Spark Teams ,rr Time erases The roar of the crowd, but the unity of The "team" continues To add stature to every player. Wearers of purple and gold impart courage, wherever Knight Teamsi go. LEADING the pack in a Mid5tate Conference cross- country meet is Jim Perkins, senior. MEN OF DISTINCTION-On game days sportsmen wear blazers given them by the Booster Club. l Steve Wilson, Mike McCreary, Frank Kellert, Steve Lowell, John Reeves proudly display their iackets. PEP CLUBBERS go "alI out" to support Knight teams. f e KNIGHT GRIDMEN posted a successful season's record of seven wins, 1wo Ship. Eight keV men On The Team Were Earl Cody fl3l, BHVHGY HOVHQSVT losses, and one tie. This record has been bested by only one other ll5l, Jim GI'BSleY C3OD, Mack MCGUUS l42l, Cha-fleS P6fkiHS C32D, STSVE Team in school history, The 1959 squad which won the s?a1e champion- Choate f20J, STEVG Holloway 6149, l-SOV1BfCl WEST l5ll- l l I Challengg of Elxploration People - the Heart of a School i Who can clefine a school? A school year? The true values are but products of the people who live it. We determine its dimensions- its breadth, depth, heighfh- We are the school year in spirit-you, I, we. JUNIORS scramble to beat seniors. Keen competition between classes on school paper drives is traditional at Northwest. -:E A BIT of exercise and a breath of air between classes is refreshing for students crossing CLASSES take field trips to points of interest. Busi- the patio, always a favorite part of Northwest's sprawling campus. ness law Sil-'denis aiiend a C01-'fi Session- ,w,,-wwwmawww duavivnioldlvggwxtdvmuneawa QTAWAWMQ ...1vvvh. 'A w i IT'S GRADUATION DAY-and Randy Fitz- patrick can't wait to celebrate. Aw V 2 - ...Z WISHING WELL donations by Debbie Saied and ORIENTATION DAY-Courtesy Club girls Lani Wallin and Marsha Wilson Ccenterj direct Sherry Lester Nancy Fisher aid 1he School U,-,hed Appeal drive, and Dennis Brock on a Tour of The building. I THE ACTION was in the patio when PTSA sponsored a mixer. COLOR AND BEAUTY! are added at football games by a Knightl tradition-the appearance of the Knight QRob Risnerj and CPhilIie Luzal circling the Taft Stadium track on horseback. Lady l new 0',AwfA!wWQff2" If 1 W K X Q L l J M4 Amana, 5 F H 1 Zfw ,fU7fLZ CWWJ 011 I JZALZXZL fi ll d a Challenge of Op-porlunify Student Life The sparkling momenls- many Things, many moods . . . special people, queens, confesfs. Hours of preparafion reflecf ialenf, creafivify. We realize Thai living means "To do-" Noi To avoid doing. LUCKY Shield staffers, Linda Tate and Anne Funderburk, attend a HOWDY MIXER dancers, Linda Porter and Johnny Green, seem happy to be socializing again at Northwest. press conference 'For Miss America, Olclahoma's Jane Jayroe. ,vga ,e 5,5 my I DISPLAY CASES were filled every week by school groups. Journalists Therese Cabell and Anne Funderburk prepare a National Newspaper Week exhibit. Student Q Old, New Features Mark 'Banner Year' REALIZING that an impressive beginning sets the stage for a successful school year, Knights initiated planning during summer months. Student Council orientation committees met, Shield staff reporters gathered news for a traditional first-day paper, and Knights and Ladies welcomed the new AFS student. Some inconvenience was experienced when Knights returned to school to find surrounding streets closed for repairs and widening. But the resulting benefits- additional school parking lot exits on Thirtieth Street, more space around Taft Stadium-were enthusiastically welcomed. From the first week of school when students greeted each other at the "Howdy Mixer", followed by the second week's Prep Preview, prospects for a "banner year" were bright. One of the year's biggest news stories was the crowning of OCU's Jane Jayroe as Miss America. School scribes interviewed her for the Times. FRESHMAN ORIENTATION marks the beginning of a new school year. New students are welcomed by Student Council officers. rl qw-rr" , ,,,.s ' PREP PREVIEW affords fans a brief look at all city teams before regular season. Knights cheer the victorious West squad, composed of six schools' teams. I7 af-.-.-...-...-...... Student Q Knights Create, Socialize, Verbalize, Strive for Form and Order 1 if - i ' if A N ' HOMECOMING decorations are given the finishing touches by seniors Janie Norfleet, Sharyl Davis, and Debbie Finefrock before the football game with Sh lm' v r fy' I .x . 4 -Q -ff 'gf ff , rf S gf 'QL fs' sv ,Q ., . - ,- E '- -voir, vw . Y:-glsglx r M g -4 'GY 5 V . W eL,e ,,v, Jliffl N it if, -'V-'V-. gills hi" Vrhwk Vvhn I ry 4' M ..,A:', r .' 1 I it ' M Y 1' s - sp 5' ,at 45192 ' . , 'avr x 5 5 sl it ..,,v,,,,,. 'V I .1. wwf ,,... "RAISE IT a little higher, boys." Stephany Christian, Chris Lowry, Marty confront Knights when they return to school in September. More convenient Schnetzler and David Goddard are baffled by obstacles in the street which approaches to NW were provided by widening surrounding streets. Q 'Mot ,x 16 .4 f PROUDLY attaching to his car the new license plate with the Knights' emblem is Senior James Schantz. FLAMES roar, spirits soar in a bonfire before the homecoming game. f 2 fr 3 I J THE DUBIOUS distinction of disposing of some 400 empty- boxes following the Red Cross doughnut sale was the lot of Don Samara. TIDYING up the school on Student Council Citizenship Day is Anita Spaeth, who was designated head custodian by Council representatives. 20 CATCHING occasional sounds from the gym is as close as check room attendants Jim Baker and Betsy Alaupovic get to the mixer. , : Student L Master Planning Carefully Charts Year's Success BY THE END of September, Knightland had settled into its familiar pattern of life. Rewarding, exciting new experiences were always "lust around the corner." Few people realized the many details of planning which produced the high caliber of programs and activities traditional at Northwest. Who set up the risers for the chorus? Who ordered the cokes for the mixers? How did it happen that Knights accomplished so much with a minimum of confusion? Teamwork. Knights worked together beginning with Student Council, where the blueprints for extra- curricular life were drawn up. Courtesy and Key clubs ushered, directed. Pep Clubs applauded, sold programs, presented capers. Announcers Club in- formed over Central Sound. The band played, Cry- Slurs sang. Art students made posters, audio-visual aides tested mikes, the speech department built scenery, flipped switches. Over TOO people were involved in iust the plan- ning of PTSA Career Day. ln the end components assembled miraculously. Everyone worked conscientiously to fulfill his duty to COI'TtpleTe the careful chart of SUCCESS. GREETING airline stewardess Linda Seay on Career Day is Cathy Grisham. 5... f 'tts . 7:4 'Nggje K "l DIDN'T do it!" Hal Sonderegger tells principals-for-a-day Greg Farha, Scot-t Wadley, and Bruce Fairchild. This trio took over the main office Citizenship Week. Q g OU: ii:- Y 'i 3- asf K fl 3 'V' TT' Dwv .N AWIIIIIIJV I 434 S 4 inn mt at 5 x Q 4 'J 2- , 'NR -1 ,R F g . fs f' . we Hy 027650 X I LlST of items for the Student Council Christmas proiect, the Carver school committee members, Janie Phillips and Gary Zanovich, shpp for gifts for handicapped children, is checked by Greg Farha. He and other which were delivered to the thirty-two children by Council members. my m Glow of Christmas Spirit hines in Knightland THE OBSERVATION of Christmas in Knightland would have restored the faith of even the most skeptical, who claim the true meaning of Christmas is no longer recognized in this modern, commercial world. All forty-nine clubs and organizations chose service proiects. The Hi-Y collected enough food to provide for a needy family almost a month, numerous groups sent carolers to homes and hospitals, Key Clubbers rang bells for the Salvation Army, and Red Cross enter- tained underprivileged children. The art department transformed the school into a winter wonderland glowing with Christmas spirit. Drama and music departments provided impressive programs, and Knights went home for the holidays with the blessed, warm feeling that comes from the unselfish, generous giving of oneself to others. None could forget, however, that finals were fast approaching, and students, hopeful of squeezing in some studying, carried home carloads of books. A SMALL ENSEMBLE of Cry-slurs entertains shoppers during the Christmas season ivwailiiiff? E Mrk Lg pu-ff 59 'Wk ,wwrvkwf DESIGNED to stir imagination of small children, dragonheads are fashioned TEEN PROBLEMS provoke lively discussion among PTSA panelists: by stage -"SHALL l ders the the "Land crewmen Roger Spear and Lorrie Keller. or shall I not?" Princess Harp fSusan Cooperj pon- fate of the Road Wanderer CRandy Fitzpatrickj in of the Dragon." ' Y'Mfewfwffff-,fabm-r-smwi5Q.,,.n. Dr. Jesse Lindley, Mrs. Martha Knott, Mrs. Evelyn Williamson, Gloria Lundien, and Steve Kalmon. GUESTS applaud speaker Don Greves, business executive, at the annual Distributive Education banquet, Jim May, president, Linda Stratton, club queen, preside. ' V l E 2 rl Ll tl i il ji 'i f, A Vi gp-W ., ' , ,,,,, .. g i fffi-.f'.f1rgs' ,. ,- - if-w5Qwsv1:2ff'fsf:vff.sk:- 1.1-'rs:1D-mass,-'sfV'-at :fm - s - at fr -. .sfo ,fgfufj 5 ' " A DIP into English literature reflects depth of thought on Lila Mannas' face. Student Life Tempo uickens at Mid-Way Mark THE NEW YEAR prompted a new round of special events as Knights marked the passing of first semester and faced the final phase of the school year. To seniors, this halfway mark was particularly sig- nificant. When pre-enrollment forms were distributed in January, seniors were oddly thoughtful for several days. School groups continued to grow and develop. Cherished traditions were perpetuated, new prece- dents established. Several "repeat" performances of previous successes stemmed from popular demand. The drama depart- ment presented its second children's theater produc- tion, "Land of the Dragon," featuring colorful sets designed and constructed by stagecraft classes. The PTSA sponsored another panel discussion on teen problems with questions being submitted by the audience. The social season was highlighted by annual events: Distributive Education employer-employee banquet and the Mardi Gras ball, sponsored by Courtesy Club. Everyone breathed a sigh of relief when final ex- ams were over the last of January, and thoughts quickly turned to the final whirl of activities. ADMIRING her Raggedy Ann playmate Bob Rea, at the Courtesy Club masquer- ade ball, is Gayle Anderson. SWlNGER'S CHOICE-the Noblemen's music at school mixers. Student Life Trips, Tourneys, Talks, me e Knightland Hits High IN a futile attempt to beat Booster Club Moms, WKY disc iockey Bob Hamilton tries to get off a last minute shot. "WHY did she get so many?" John Morozuk compares Debi Davis' stack of Cupid Express messages with his lone Valentine. WEARY iournalist Linda Porter waits in the lobby to check out of a Chicago hotel after attending NSPA Convention. Traditions, Thrones ote of Enthusiasm. -KNlGHTLAND'S romantic traditions were perpetu- ated in February when Valentine messages and candy were exchanged via Cupid Express. American Field Service netted S717 from the sentimental tokens. lt seemed that Knights were always "on the go." Debaters, dramatists, musicians iourneyed to tourna- ments, while journalists and club delegates attended conventions. These groups never came back empty handed. Cry-slurs took sweepstakes at the Edmond Festival the eighth straight year, debaters broke a school Cprobably any city schooll record when they won sweepstakes at two tournaments the same day. Booster Club Moms raised money to pay for the athletes' blazers by playing a benefit basketball game with WKY D-J's. Knights loved parties. Whether it be school mixers, club or class socials, "pinning" parties for candidates, or "folding" parties for the Shield, Knights turned out in full force to support all school endeavors. HAPPINESS is being crowned Knight and Lady of Friendship, agree Gloria Lundien and Jim Grasley at the Valentine assembly in February. iii? , if X e A Q f sr as w If' e 3 1.4 u sf F fx A se ,X S ., Q f sy " . at I Q ...N F S2 H Ali 4 ,J N --gg 'ii' :fe 2 iv' ., , U-:ar Q ..f "DON'T peek, now." Tom Brady shows his voting card to Kay Jarchow. "WHEN do we have cookies?" Trudy Gaut, daughter of Assistant Principal Bob Gaut, provides child care students Tonya Cobb and Janice Hester with valuable experience in the home economics department's nursery school. YW' L 2 Wi' Y 2.9 'rr r S "ONLY 2500 more Shields to fold," says Judy Noble, as the staff meets for their bi-monthly "folding party." Student Life Halls Hum with lT'S NOT Lolita, but a history film which so completely absorbs Don Green, C. E. Laird, and Chris Lowry. WHAT SENIOR BOY hasn't considered the draft and its implications? Mike McClure and Mike Farrell pause in front of a recruiting office. 5 A l t l at ' CIT air o, E-ff. 1.- SURPRISE announcement at the Inkslinger's Ball-"Northwest's Therese Cabell fcenterl is Princess of Print." Steve Choate, school Prince of Print, is her escort. Knights on the G0 - 'Say, Where's the Action? A SPOOF of Sports Queen coronation headlines Capers, entertainment presented by pep clubs at pep assembly. cegnmwa f f 'N PRESCRIBING a cure for the girls' CStevie Marchman, Debbie Finefrockl seasickness, is Mrs. Skinner CSherry Eaginl in "Our Heart's Were Young and Gay." Male leads are played by Monty Lewis, Randy Fitzpatrick, and Terry McMahon. Student Lite Elections Stir Students usual as students rallied to choose Student Council, class leaders and cheerleaders for i967-68. The new voting card, substituted for lD's, proved popular. Colorful campaigns inspired a larger turn- out at the polls than anticipated after the previous year's apathy. Practically every spring day brought announce- ments over Central Sound advising a proud student body of new Knight achievements. Therese Cabell, crowned City Princess ot Print, was the third Northwest journalist in as many years to win the title. Candidates from 14 area high schools competed. "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," a light, ro- mantic comedy, was the final all-school play produc- tion March 17-18. Veteran school actors, Randy Fitz- patrick and Monty Lewis, turned in stellar perform- ances in their dramatic "swan songs." Students went about their daily routines, counting the days, with mixed emotions, until May 25. .,,,.,p,-,,. ., 5 Wr.c.... SPRING ELECTIQNS generated great'-er interest than JOINING the Mummers Theatre party, composed of Great Books classes are Betsy Beausang and Craig Simms. 'N Wm "DON'T just voteg vote for me!" Frank' Johnson "pins" brother sz- H Cf J I ' NUMBER-ONE pep producers are cheerleaders Gloria Anderson, Pam Wright, Barbara Baber, Chris Finefrock, Suzanne Martin, Margaret Baxt, Anita Spaeth Bob at a signmaking party during the SC presidential campaign. "WOULDN'T Robin Hood be surprised if he could see his forest now?" Creat- ing Sherwood Forest for the basketball banquet are Coronets Lani Wallin and Cathy Pate, assisted by stage crewmen Richard Allred and Rick Varnell. TWENTY SENIORS were nominated for Round Table Royalty by the Round Table staff November 8. Following an all-school election, candidates were narrowed to ten finalists. They were Elaine Claunch, Karen Kincaid, Janie Phillips, Jane Thompson, Marsha Wilson, Bruce Fairchild, Randy Fitzpatrick, Jim Grasley, Steve Lowell, and John Reeves. An extensive campaign was concluded by final balloting December 22. g Presentation of Round Table Royalty was the high- light of the yearbook assembly May 18. ELAINE CLAUNCH Lady of Round Table f KAREN KlNCAlD Round Table Princess E I 2 2 i Z F 2 Q s JANE THOMPSON IvIARsI-IA WILSON JANIE PHILLIPS Round Table Princess Round Table Princess Round Table Princess Round Table Royalty Honored May 18 JIM GRASLEY Knight of Round Table JOHN REEVES Round Table Prince I ' ' 'N 2 RANDY FITZPATRICK STEVE LOWEU. BRUCE FAIRCHILD Round Table Prince Round Table Prince Round TBUS PFFDCG 4 Friendliest Crowned in Valentine Assembl ANITA SPAETI'I GLORIA LUNDIEN Princess of Friendship Lady of Friendship GLORIA ANDERSON LINDA MOY MARSHA LANE Princess of Friendship Princess of Friendship Princess of Friendship TEN 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 friend- liness and charm. Gloria Lundien and Jim Grasley were crowned Knight and Lady of Friendship at the annual assembly, attended by Anita Spaeth, Gloria Anderson, Linda Moy, Marsha Lane, Terry Farmer, Steve Kalmon, John Musgrave, and John Reeves. REEVES Knight of Friendship Prince of F'i9ndShlP TERRY FARMER STEVE KAUVlON JOHN MUSGRAVE Prince of Friendship Prince of Friendship Prince of Friendship TIME PASSES swiftly as freshmen rush to finish Dif- A FATHER-SON combination-Steve Holloway and his ferential Aptitude Tests administered in October. mechanical drawing instructor, Mr. Fred Holloway. f i i xx 'xi irc BILL EMANUEL records current changes on the oscilloscope in electronics class. 36 M. , -sg, uk - in ,p X- A . W-l xl as fn f , 5 t tl ' 'Ik' fi lg. Cl, at fi- g f l L Qv ll- g NX Challenge Q Research Administration, Faculty, Academics Through hard-won channels we find knowledge is our most important product. The endless hours, struggle for grades, always reaching for a goal- the ultimate-self-realization. DR. BILL LILLARD OPERATING a machine shop is one of Mr. Foster Estes' many enter- Superintendenf of Schools prises. He represents Ward ll on the School Board. Qy Schools Leaders Link Schools with Community Life SMOOTH OPERATION of Oklahoma City's ll7 schools depended heavily on the efforts of Dr. Lillard, new superintendent, and the five elected School Board members. Proof that directing the mushrooming system was "big business" was the fact that 75,125 students were instructed by 3,056 certified teachers. In addition, there were 1,096 non-certified employees, consisting of sec- Total budget for the school district was S29,864,000, an increase of 357,097,000 over last year's expenditures. in good citizenship as they devote increasing amounts l of time to considering the needs and problems of the schools, include a housewife, consultant in psychology, indugtrialigtl farm Superintendent and banker, SUPERINTENDENT of Oklahoma State University's experimental farm is Mr. W. F. Lott, Board Member from Ward lll. E i retaries and maintenance workers. SchoollBoard members, who exemplify the ultimate ..!8-se. , TWO "president's chairs" are occupied by Mr. Melvin Rogers. He is ARRANGlNG floral centerpieces is one of the hobbies of Mrs. Warren president of the School Board as well as the Spencer State Bank. Welch, Board Member from Ward 1, which is Northwest's district. Nei, . a if L RELAXING to stereo music, Dr. Virgil T. Hill, Member-at-Large, escapes the problems of the day. Administration New Principal Views orthwest as "Proud, "l remember Northwest Classen as a happy school, as a warm school, and as a proud school. This spirit shall continue." These were Mr. Jim .lohnson's words of greeting when he renewed acquaintances in Knightland upon being named principal October l. Mr. Johnson served as Northwest's assistant princi- pal trom 1960 until he went to Northeast High School as principal in 1963. .When Mr. J. Frank Malone, who had been North- west's principal for ten years, resigned to become area coordinator for the Mid-Continent Region Educa- tional Laboratory, Mr. Johnson returned to replace him. Like Mr. Malone, Mr. Johnson is active in profes- sional organizations. He served as president of the Oklahoma City Council of Administrators this year. and was elected vice president of the State Secondary School Principals' Association October 27 at OEA meeting. Mr. Johnson is publicity chairman of Phi Delta Kappa, honorary fraternity for educators. He belongs to OEA, NEA, and National Secondary School Princi- pals' Association. He received his bachelors degree from Pepperdine- Coliege in Los Angeles, his masters degree from the University of Tulsa. He plans to complete his doctoral 1 program at OU within the next two years. Prmclpal MEETING with teachers in the conference room is part of Mr. .lohnson's daily routine. Mr. Leonard Ogle, Miss Martha Truax, Mr. Bob Gaut, Mrs. Ann Walker, and Mr. Johnson conduct a safety committee meeting. MR. ROBERT eAur . ' Assistant Principal Special Services MR. RON MILLICAN Assistant Principal Team Work - Key to Efficient Administration TEAM WORK was the key to providing the best possible services for Northwest students as admin- istrators and counselors assumed special responsi- bilities. A change in assignments October l resulted in lMr. Gaut's moving to Mr. Leon Bruner's office when Mr. Bruner was named Northeast principal. Mr. Gaut worked with the department of research at the Central Office on all problems relating to ac- counting. He also directed scheduling, prepared aily bulletins, and supervised student teachers. Mr. Ron Millican, who ioined the staff when Mr. Bruner left, was in charge of parking lot safety and helped students and teachers with individual prob- lems. All administrators were involved in the teacher- evaluation program. GUIDANCE SPECIALISTS offered individual coun- eling, kept complete student records, maintained strong testing program, and supplied college bound tudents with scholarship and entrance requirement information. ln addition to coordinating the counseling pro- ram, Mr. Weinert supervised IBM procedures. De- elopment of orientation for new students was Mrs. akes' concern. She also worked closely with PTSA nd special education. Other counselors' specialties ere educational information, Miss Wester, voca- ional information, Mr. Milburn, testing program, r. Heuselg home-bound study, correspondence ourses, Mrs. Wakeiy. ,...w" DUANE WEINERT CAROLYN WAKELY GERALD HEUSEL Counselor B-C Counselor T-Z, A Counselor H-L Senior Sponsor Sophomore Sponsor Attendance Committee BERNIECE WESTER TROY MILBURN Counselor R-S Counselor M-Q Junior Sponsor Guidance Committee OLA MAE OAKES Counselor D-G Freshman Sponsor BETTY ALLRED Drama, Speech Announcers Club, National Forensic, Na- tional Thespians DONNA ANDERSON Language Arts Freshman Sponsor ANN APPLETON Social Studies Library Committee LINDA ARCHER Science Science Club YVONNE BALL Language Arts Cygnets, Great Books, Senior Sponsor MARY BLEVINS Co-op Training Freshman Sponsor HELEN BOURKE Language Arts X4-4 ELIZABETH BURDETTE Journalism, Language Arts Quill and Scroll, Assem- bly Committee CHARLINE BURTON Speech, Debate National Forensic, Na- tional Thespians, Assem bly Committee MIRIAM BURTON Language Arts Freshman Sponsor OPHELIA BYARS Social Studies Scholarship and Awards, Junior Delegates, Nation- al Honor Society Scholarship and Awards, High School Red Cross BERNICE BOUTELLE Language Arts Student Independent Study NANCY BRADSHAW Language Arts Courtesy Club, Freshman Sponsor BETTY BRINTON Psychology Library Club ELAINE BROWN Girls' Physical Education Girls "O" Club RUTH BRYANT Science Science Club, Junior Sponsor Faculty W Staff Keeps Pace with Growing Needs COMPETENT AND ABREAST of the Times, North- west's faculty, along with the administrative and counseling staff, worked diligently to keep pace with the ever-growing needs of 3,175 students. Typical of the larger high schools around the na- tion, Northwest offered an enriched program con- sisting of 121 units of accredited work. New facili- ties were constantly being added to implement mod- ern methods of instruction. Northwest's staff consisted of three administrators, six counselors, activities director, nurse, two librari- ans, vocational rehabilitation director, 108 classroom teachers and I5 secretaries. School personnel was completed by 24 cafeteria and I9 custodial workers. ART GALLERIES and boolg shops on the Seine were Mrs. Mariorie Kozak's favorite spots when she visited Paris, France, last summer. LOIS CLARK Co-op Training Courtesy Club, Senior Sponsor NANCY COLEY Business Education Senior Sponsor IVY COPELAND Business Education Scholarship and Awards, Freshman Sponsor WOODROW COURTNEY Vocational Rehabilitation JAMES COX Industrial Arts Sophomore Sponsor JANIE CREEKMORE Latin National Honor Society, Junior Classical League PAUL CROWE Mathematics Parking and Safety Committee WILLIAM CULBERT Spanish Pep Council, Spanish Club JANE CALHOUN Mathematics Courtesy Club, Sopho- more Sponsor NORMA CALL Librarian Library Club CHARLES CARPENTER Social Studies Swimming Coach, Ass't. Football, Track Coach, Junior Sponsor JANICE CHARLTON Social Studies Court Jesters, Sophomore Sponsor ALICE CHESHER Mathematics Cygnets DEAN CH'OATE Mathematics Football Coach, Boys' "O" Club, Junior Sponsor 'EW' ff? CHIEF "DIPPER" at the faculty ice cream social is Mr. Bob Gaut, assistant princi- pal. Teachers welcomed this break during conference week activities. 1-sg Qtr' M80-f 'ibn' XR MOLLIE MAE DAVIDSON Mathematics Scholarship and Awards, Courtesy Club, Coronets CLAY DAVIS Social Studies Baseball Coach, Ass't. Football, Basketball Coach, Senior Sponsor SUSAN DIXON Business Education Cygnets ALMA DOUGHTY Librarian Library Club NEVA DOYLE Spanish Spanish Club KATHERINE DUNAGIN Language Arts National Honor Society, Sophomore Sponsor CHARLOTTE EAKER Language Arts, Journalism' Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society, Freshman Sponsor NELLIE ECTON Mathematics Coronets, Pep Council TOM ERWIN Social Studies Hi-Y, Junior Sponsor EVELYN FINDLY Business Education Dept. Chm., Cygnets, Great Books, Pep Council RICHARD GAITHER Chemistry Science Club, Senior Sponsor KEN GRISSOM Boys' Physical Education Ass't. Football Coach, Boys "O" Club CHARLES HALE Industrial Arts Dept. Chm., Professional Committee Chm. DORIT HALL German German Club, Sophomore Sponsor GWENDOLYN HANGER Mathematics Coronets, Scholarship and Awards, Sopho- more Sponsor CLOVIA HARRISON Mathematics Cygnets JO ALICE HENDRICKS Business Education Scholarship and Awards, Freshman Sponsor RUTH ANNE HICKS Spanish, French Spanish Club, French Club DAVID HOKE Drivers Education Tennis Coach, Boys "O" Club ' FRED HOLLOWAY Industrial Arts Ass't. Wrestling Coach, Senior Sponsor KAREN HUTCHISON Language Arts ' Freshman Sponsor REX IRWIN Mathematics Track and Cross Country Coach, Senior Sponsor VASCA JENKINS Q,-as Art .-ov' Arts and Decorations Committee HILDA JENNINGS Homemaking 20th Century Homemakers, National Hon- or Society ECM! Philosophy Views Learning as 'Idea Exchange nv-q-.f COURT PROCEDURES were studied first hand by Mrs. Susan McGee's business Iaw students. Teacher's husband, lawyer Tom McGee, served as guide and explained courtroom routine. Faculty Mrs. Findly Selected Teacher of the Year HIGHLIGHT of the year for the Northwest faculty was the selection of Mrs. Evelyn Findly, business education teacher, as the State Teacher of the Year. Announcement was made at the annual Teacher of the Year banquet at the State Fair September 30. Mrs. Findly had previously been elected by her colleagues as Northwest's choice for competition in the Oklahoma City Teacher of the Year contest. She was the second Northwest teacher to win the City title in the last three years. Mr. John Paden, science teacher, was chosen in 1964. Mrs. Findly is the only Oklahoma City teacher ever selected for the State honor. ARTHUR JOHNSON instrumental Music Hi-Notes, Assembly Com- mittee OSCAR JOHNSON Science Electronics Club, Scholar- ship and Awards, Junior Sponsor JOYCE JONES Homemaking 20th Century Homemak- ers, Senior Sponsor MARJORIE KOZAK French French Club, Sophomore Sponsor Aa 1 . JEAN KROWS Mathematics Courtesy Club, Freshman Sponsor CARRIE LASHLY Homemaking 20th Century Homemakers WAYNOKA LOVETT Girls' Physical Education Girls "O" Club LEONARD MARCOTTE French Wrestling Coach, French Club, Sophomore Sponsor JACK MATHIS industrial Arts Amateur Radio Club, Electronics Club SUSAN MCGEE Business Education Tri-Hi-Y, Courtesy Club, Junior Sponsor HAROLD MCMILLAN Social Studies, Psychology Falcons RAE MILLER Mathematics National Honor Society RAMAH NllLLER Homemaking Dept. Chm., 20th Century Homemakers, National Honor Society MADGE MILLS Language Arts National Honor Society, Youth of the Kingdom LINDA MOORE English Coronets, Sophomore Sponsor NOLA MOORE Nurse Social Committee Chairman LARRY MOTT Social Studies Key Club, Junior Sponsor WINNIE MURRAY Art Art a n d Decorations Committee TED NICHOLS Speech Announcers Club, Key Club, National Forensic, Assembly Commit- tee, Chm. LEONARD OGLE Drivers Education OCCTA Bldg. Chm., Sen- ior Sponsor "FARTHER BACK, Barbara." New sponsors of Court Jesters Miss Eliza beth Pazareskis and Mrs. Jan Charlton, give pointers to cheerleaders KATHLEEN OWEN Activities Director Scholarship and Awards, Junior Delegates Pep Council JOHN PADEN Science Dept. Chm., Science Club, Library Club RUSSELL PALMER Social Studies Ass't. Football, Basketball, Youth of the Kingdom, Junior Sponsor ELIZABETH PAZARESKIS Language Arts Court Jesters LORRAINE PITTS Mathematics MILDRED PITTS Cosmetology Guidance and Counsel Committee JOHN PLATT Vocal Music Assembly Committee CAROL PORTA Art Arts and Decorations Committee JOHN POWELL Industrial Arts GLENN RICKS Social Studies, Psychology Falcons, Pep Council WILLIAM SCOTT Language Arts Lancers, Parking and Safety Committee GLADYS SHEPARD Social Studies Dept. Chm., Library Club, Assembly Com mittee, Junior Sponsor JUST PLAIN H20 and coffee is a simple enough formula for Mr. Dennis Simpson's morning relaxer in the science laboratory. Faculty Staff Members Hold Professional Offices TOP professional posts were held by staff mem- bers as Northwest's faculty boasted a high per- centage of membership in OEA, NEA, and Oklahoma City Classroom Teachers Association. Mrs. Findly served on the'OEA Board of Direc- tors' Executive Committee, and Mrs. Burdette was elected vice president of District OEA.. She was also chairman of the Oklahoma City Schools' Public Re- lations Committee. For the fourth consecutive year Miss Truax was one of seven board members of the State English Council. She was also appointed to the Governor's Committee on Hiring the Handicapped. Mrs. Blevins was past president and ,current board member of the Oklahoma City Reading Coun- cil. She was a consultant at the International Read- ing Council and a Vocational Rehabilitation Work- shop in Dallas and Austin, Texas, respectively. Mrs. Davidson, as a third-year director for the mathematics division of OEA, coordinated arrange- ments for all state meetings. Mrs. Ball was building chairman for the school representation in District OEA, while Mr. Ogle served in the same capacity for the Oklahoma City Classroom Teachers Association. "WE BLEED more pictures," Round Table editor Terry Clark tells Mrs Linda Moore as she shows him the Harding annual she edited in 1961 DENNIS siMPsoN ' Science Science Club, Hi-Y, Senior Sponsor CARROLL SMELSER Boys' Physical Education Dept. Chm., Athletic Director MARCIA SMITH Science Science Club LUCILE SPANN Business Education High School Red Cross, Freshman Sponsor KATHLEEN SPEED English, Humanities Senior Sponsor RODNEY ST. DIZIER Mathematics Dept. Chm., Honor Math "spirit hat" to serve coffee to DORIS TAYLOR Language Arts Library Committee GEORGIA TEETS Language Arts National Honor Society, Junior Sponsor MELINDA THOMAS German, French French Club MARGARET THOMPSON Mathematics Scholarship and Awards, Freshman Sponsor JIMMIE THRASH Distributive Education DE Club JACK TREAT Social Studies Golf Coach, Ass't. Football Coach, Junior Sponsor MARTHA TRUAX Language Arts, Creative Writing Dept. Chm., Scholarship and Awards MAXINE TYLER Business Education National Honor Society ELIZABETH URMSTON Art Dept. Chm., Arts and Decorations Com- mittee, Junior Sponsor DON VAN POOL Social Studies Basketball Coach, Senior Sponsor HENRIETTA VON TUNGELN Spanish Dept. Chm., Freshman Sponsor ANN WALKER Language Arts Library Committee, Sophomore Sponsor ,ii Iaezl NUMBER-ONE Knight Hostess, Nurse Nola Moore, dons her Mr. Bill Scott, English teacher. RUTH WARRAM Latin Youth of the Kingdom, Junior Classical League TOM WEBB Social Studies Library Club, National Honor Society MARY WEDDING Mathematics Scholarship and Awards, Chm. WILLIAM WEDGEWORTH Industrial Arts Electronics Club BETH WEST Social Studies F. T. A. BRYN WHATLEY Science Amateur Radio Club, Electronics Club MAURINE WILLIAMSON Language Arts Senior Sponsor HELEN WILLINGHAM Mathematics Cygnets MARIAN WIRTH Language Arts Library Club GETTING away from the whir of machines is Mrs. Pat Grimes, avid fisherwoman and North- west's audio-visual director. ,fps SECRETARIES: TOP ROW: IRMA BOTTGER, Instructional Materials, HELEN EVANS, Sec. to Principal, MARGARET HACKLER, Instructional Materials, DELMA HARRIS, Attendance, IONA KING, Sec. to Ass't. Principals, MARY LATHROP, Instructional Materials, WANDA MERCER, Instructional Ma- terials. BOTTOM ROW: NORMA OWNBEY, Sec. to Counselors, VIOLA SCOTT, Instructional Materials, FLORENCE SCUDDER, Instructional Materials, JANE SMITH, Financial Sec., THELMA STEWART, Instructional Materials, DORIS TAYLOR, Instructional Materials, MAURITA YOST, Registrar. Service Staffs Reputation Is Due to 'School Keeping' PRIDE in maintaining the building and grounds and in serving nourishing food has become tradition- al at Northwest. "School keeping" required custodial crews work- ing around the clock to keep Knightland clean and warm. Mechanical operations inside the building were ready for inspection at all times. Cafeteria lines were a little longer because the former "staggered" lunch periods were reduced from seven to three to alleviate hall traffic and in- terruption of classes. Since Northwest is the largest school plant in this area, organizational meetings and dinners were held here frequently by school groups. Although this nec- essitated extra vvork hours for the i9-rnernber custo- dial and 25-member cafeteria staffs, they cooperated whole-heartedly in providing excellent service. LAST MINUTE checking before lunch hours occup ies manager Nettie Young TROUBLE keeping basketball players Mike MECHANICAL OPERATIONS concern Elzie Addington, fireman, Doug Roden, floormanp and Steve Mitchell off the gym floor before Raymond Tarter, assistant head custodian, and Sam Teague, head of the I9-member 'Ce time is Custodian Herman FOVQB- 'custodial staff. Grooming of fNorthwest's 40-acre .campus is also alstaff responsibility. I I. ,,4,4,,, X POLISHED PRODUCTIONS by the drama department require precision in adjust- ing lights. Lorrie Keller and David Pope follow cues in "Our Town." REPEATED curtain calls for the cast of "Our ToWn," the season's first all- school play, are demanded by an appreciative audience. J i I I I E Speech, M Drama Students Win Acclaim at Tourneys WITH BRIEFCASES packed and mental notes orga- nized, 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. Debaters carried the I966 question of "Resolved: That the Foreign Aid Program of the United States Should Be Limited to Non-Military Assistance" to tourneys in Oklahoma and Texas, and their commend- able record added to last year's i0 tournament vic- torles. The Play Production class produced three plays: "Our Town," "The Magic Horn," a children's play, and "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." Originality, imagination, and interpretation were stressed by instructors in the approach to teaching all forms of art. Students developed techniques along with pleasing results in the fields of painting, design, illustrating, lettering, layout work, weaving, leather tooling, wood carving, ceramics, mosaics, costume designing, and metal smithing. Courses in the history of art and art appreciation will be added next year. 5 A I . l 1 , 5 V 1 3 3 I i 3 3 . r Q J s "NOW that's a moot point." Veteran debaters Steve Kalmon and Terry Farmer prepare for a tournament. SACRIFICING their favorite toys, John Kenedy and Rick Burdick use melted down model cars to create modern art designs in sculpturing class, AUTUMN SCENES on the school campus offer Dave Bryant ample subiects for sketching. ,, .,,,,,,,,.41-fnewwaefvfwfvl " ,tai SHOOTING Knights in action, chief photographer Jerry Geurin may be spotted at all 'school events. Five other photographers assisted Jerry. WORK on the Round Table on a holiday afternoon occupies staff members Linda Porter, Linda Choate, and Paula Collins as they sort pictures and type copy for class sections. Language -Pig: 'Instant' English 'In'g Novel Method Use WHETHER you choose to call it instant, transforma- tional, or common sense grammar, English teaching this year at Northwest was different. Now termed language arts, the "new English" fea- tured a new approach to understanding the thought processes involved in communicating ideas. Like new math, students are not limited to prob- lems to which the solutions are known, but it opens the door to creative thinking. Eight students' writings, which included poems, essays, and descriptive paragraphs, were published in the Oklahoma Anthology, a publication sponsored by the Oklahoma Council of Teachers of English. Two Northwest teachers, Miss Doris Taylor and Mrs. Yvonne Ball, served as consultants at area meetings for English teachers. Journalists enrolled in Journalism II and lll for the purpose of publishing the school paper and yearbook, respectively. Two Journalism l classes received train- ing in the fundamentals of newswriting. One of the most important goals of the department was to supply press releases and achieve good public relations for the school and community. CHARTS aid the study of grammar Debbie Davis, Deanna Bond, and Ray PENNANTS pointing out settings for books are placed on a map by Linda Lundien and Rose Matthews in Mrs. Maurine Williamson's class. Ein, hm. ggl I ,if,E?, , ty l fi 'zu' S ,f AROUND the world in English class-Miss Doris TayIor's weekly travelogues treat her students to ah correlation between literature and history. PEERING over Linda McCullough's shoulder to get a better look at an item in "Questings," Northwest's first literary-art magazine, is Jeanene Miller. 'I HERO of the funnies, "Charlus Fulvus", nee Charlie Brown, and his playmates, help build vocabularies the painless way for Latin stu- dents Cindy Brown and Cindy Moy. Languages Listenin Labs Make Communication Easy SPECIAL EMPHASIS was placed on clear communica- tion as Northwest's nine language teachers gave stu- dents the 'opportunity to hear the language spoken properly in recording booths. Lessons were recorded and'speech difficulties ironed out in updated labora- tory methods. Mrs. Warram and Mrs. Creekmore enlivened vocab- ulary drills in Latin classes with the use of comic strip characters. Mr. Marcotte's second year French classes competed with each other in volleyball games where participants were forbidden to speak English in ex- changing taunts and defining rules. First year students accomplished a basic compre- hension of structure and vocabulary to be followed in the second and third years by increased reading skills, intense conversational practice, and comprehensive cultural study of the peoples involved. s ln addition, all courses of study sought a level of conversational ease and a wide acquaintance with the history, peoples, attitudes, problems, and literature of the French, Spanish, German, and Latin countries. - . WV.V. Q l l I l l i l l l l , l l rl 2, 5, 2 1 l HIS Latin lesson over for the day, Diehmy, prize winning boxer, is led by his mistress, Mrs. Janie Creekmore, from her room in Annex 7. mail, - 2 1 ll N l .gl ssys rg W. l Qlvggyl LJ XX fflll l fr' if s fl OBJETS D'ART are used to illustrate Candy Moore's report on Don Quixote in Spanish class during the class' study of Spanish literature. Social Studies Skits, Demonstrations Register Broad Views BY BECOMING more aware of the fundamental principles of democracy and the steps the American people took in choosing this form of government, students of social studies were better able to interpret the political and economic struggle of the day. Ninth graders took Oklahoma History, sophomores were required to take U. S. History, and juniors, World History. Other courses offered were World Problems, Government, Sociology, and Psychology. Team and television classes 'provided 'enrichment material and required expert listening and note taking. Colorful activities lent interest to regular class routine. Mrs. Charleton's iuniors staged aseries of original skits illustrating high points of history in the periods being studied. Mrs. Brinton's and Mr. Ricks' psychology classes participated in two mental health seminars, conducted by national experts, at the First Christian Church. ,, -4' A , 11 j 't' 1 1 . 99? ,.,., lx l... INTERPRETATIONS of international struggles are made more meaningful by Cliff Craig's presentation of a report to his team class in government 5, Q .xg Nw. AN ENDORSEMENT Of independent thinking is registered by Mr. Palmer's to take action with his life." Steve Miller and Sally Steele lead the class World History students as they honor an ordinary citizen who "decided Cll5CUSSl0n and SPOUSOY 6 School-wide Glem0I'1STt'Bil0n- lT's not world history, but Mrs. Mollie Davidson's Algebra Ill class with to show how principles of mathematics encompass the universe seniors Mike Shelden, Steve Savage, and Bob Elder utilizing the large globe ARRANGEMENTS of geometric forms by Ron Oelke and Kay Barr add interest to the math department's display window. Mathematics Space A e Triggers tepped-up Programs THE SPACE AGE has resulted in a stepped-up mathematics program implemented by Northwest's 16-member mathematics faculty. Algebra lll was offered for the first time because of college emphasis on background for the mechanics of algebra. Systematic methods of reasoning and the necessity of "depth" comprehension were stressed in both the general and advanced courses from basic mathematics through algebra, geometry, and math analysis. Students were made aware of the values of the subject in its everyday applications as well as being stimulated to investigate other scientific fields. With Mrs. Davidson serving as chairman, North- west's mathematics teachers were hosts for all state mathematics meetings during OEA convention. Mrs. Gwen Hanger was elected president-elect of the Oklahoma City Mathematics Council. For the fifth consecutive year the mathematics facul- ty boasted lOO per cent membership in the Oklahoma City, State, and National Mathematics Councils. Science Curious Pry Deeply Into Universal Laws IF it wiggles, it's biology, it if smells, it's chemistry, and if it doesn't work, it's physics-an inaccurate de- scription of Northwest's 42 science classes. Courses offered in general science, earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, electronics, and science seminar provided students opportunities to pry deeply into the mysteries of the universe. In the laboratories students could discover and prove, by themselves and for their 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 school, often taking tours of local installations having scientific interest. The annual Science Fair stimulated out-of-class experimentation and research. Senior Johnnie Hatchett, a member of Mrs. Bryant's Science Seminar class, distinguished himself by dis- covering previously unknown functions of Vitamin E when he studied under the Alexander Flemming Program at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foun- dation. He qualified for a special scholarship. CHEMIST Barbara Berryhill investigates the com- NO NOVELTY in the halls are slinkies from the physics department. Dale Reming- POSWOU Of matter and US ffansfofmailons- ton uses one to demonstrate the reflection of wave pulses. uma Hy Pb is Pb' wr mm Li Hy Mag NIQ t W M y A N Hg i M ..,.,..s H9, N Hg n M mmf H9 . p , Potassium K l Silver Ag P.,- Na' Pf Su Su Su CAREFUI: cakulations are essential for Ramon Krosley's experiments with air compression and expansion in the Science Seminar class' independent study program connected with the'lcourse. Y ' .M2+.,..n,.,,.,,W,,W --WV - A A 3 .5 E., W. M L.., ,,,. - i -C al, , , W.. REACHING for a point, Sharon Rendel perfects her spiking ability in volleyball inher team sports class. GRACE and POISE result from the techniques practiced by Marla Mercer and Cathy Cooper in modern dance classes. Q C, "WHO wants to be next?" To provide a new sports experience, Mr. Ken Grissom teaches boxing techniques to his boys' physical education class. Wm N Jeb W ' ,,t,, , W - 1 f X V 6 C 2 E -aaa.. , .A,c, ..,. t l 1 I THINK Ill use it for a surfboard " Sophomore Roger "WILL it run?" Senior Les Westmoreland wants to know as he checks his car's exhaust Griggs sands his woodwork prolect. manifold in the increasingly popular auto mechanics class. ,,'k Q ' 6 Phys. Ed, Industrial Arts ital Courses Suppl Balance in Schedule PURSUING diverse interests, students enrolled in such electives as industrial arts and physical education, one year of which was required for graduation. Boys and girls in the physical education department enjoyed new sports experiences while improving health and bettering sportsmanship. Intramurals and competitive sports stressed teamwork. Physical fitness tests were given in each class as part of a city-wide program supervised by the school system's physical education director. The curriculum boasted peak INDUSTRIAL ARTS enrollment this year in a program of mechanical draw- ing, woodwork, printing, photography, auto mechan- ics, and architectural drawing. Students enrolled in VOCATIONAL EDUCATION and INDUSTRIAL ARTS had many opportunities to get "on-the-iob-training" and experiment with "tools of the trade." Courses in these departments demanded imagina- tion, whether it was creating, building, or repairing. Ten students journeyed across town to the new Vocational-Technical Education Center where they were enrolled for trade class one-halt of every day. Seventeen trade and industrial education courses, and four technical education subjects were offered. SUGGESTIONS from Mr. Bill Wedgeworth, mechanical drawing instructor, help Rex McCaskill put his ideas into concrete form. DEEP CONCENTRATION is required for shorthand students using electronics equipment installed in the Business Education department this year. i "NEW-FANGLED machines can cause a girl to chew her nails," moans Linda Stratton as she searches for a problem solution in business machines class. 'Wu .f' "NO, KENNY, it's like this," says Freshman Gayle Buckner to Ken Bunch as she tries to help him in typing class. Business Education Electronics Prepares for Complex World COMPREHENSIVE courses designed to prepare stu- dents for entry into the world of complex economics were offered by the business educational department. Training for the ll25 students enrolled in the wide variety of courses was intended to improve their clerical skills and prepare them for the conditions, needs, and possibilities of their chosen career fields. Enrollment was increased in Mrs. lvy Copeland's business machines classes. Thirty of her students worked under the department's clerical occupations program. In September, six IBM selectric typewriters were added to business machines' equipment. Each typewriter features different type styles. Typing, a popular course among all students, was taken for vocational and personal use. Practical knowl- edge was gained in such courses as bookkeeping, business English, business law, and business machines. New electronics laboratory equipment enabled teachers to provide more individual assistance. Over- head projectors and tapes used in teaching both short- hand and typewriting were aids in promoting individ- ual advancement. Homemaking Talents, Skills Blend in Rewardin Classes NO LONGER do the duties of a mother and house- wife seem unimportant and monotonous. With this in mind, approximately 550 girls enrolled in Home Nursing, Family Relations, Clothing, Foods, Home Decorating, Homemaking, and Child Care. Course work was centered around problems of social adiustments, recreation, safety, budgets, house- hold economics, and professional careers. A panel of senior boys selected by girls in family relations classes conducted several discussions on teenage problems with class members submitting questions. Girls in home decorating classes assisted teachers in planning new decor for the department's living room. Furnishings were replaced or renovated. At Christmas time classes designed centerpieces and holi- day decorations. ln the spring child care classes received practical experience operating a nursery school. Toys and materials used in the proiect were constructed by BASIC in the study of clothing techniques is the proper use of a pattern in cutting out a dress. Judy Meriwether and Carol Sullivan'follow instructions. class members. "I PREFER Early American," Marsha Wilson tells Lynne Strong as the senior girls choose upholstery samples used in home decorating proiects. Cosmetology, Driver's Education Beauty Shop Course ffered Free Here HCOSMETOLOGY gives students all the advantages of a beauty school without the cost," said instructor, Mrs. Mildred Pitts, of The new class added to the curriculum this year. Students taking the two-year, three hour a day course were graded on Theory, anatomy, and study as well as a practical, professional attitude. Emphasis was placed on shop management, which must be studied 214 hours before one applies for a license. An atmosphere similar to that of a beauty shop was maintained by the requirement that all girls wear uniforms in class. After IOOO hours of classroom training, students can be registered with the state cosmetology board which authorizes examinations for licenses. This class was the sixth of its kind in the City school system and was started because of the great interest shown during Career Day last year. That one must "learn to drive to stay alive" seemed to be the consensus of students as crowded DRIVERS EDUCATION classes kept three cars in motion. if E r , rf 5 "SEAT BELT fastened, key in switch, emergency brake off . . ." Carolyn Edwards ticks off driving rules to Instructor Leonard Ogle. ADDING "lift" to Betty Bullen's hair-style is Mary Dawkins. Both girls are iuniorfcosmetology "FIRST PATRON litters" are overcome as Bettye students in the first cosmetology class to be offered at Northwest. Hicks manicures Gail Shepherd's nails. 2 ?? Distributive Education Added DE Enrollees Initiate New Projects INCREASED enrollment in the Distributive Educa- tion department this year enabled Sponsor Jimmie Thrash to schedule more activities and proiects for his students. Class work afforded students the opportunity to learn marketing, s-ales, and services, supplemented by on-the-fob training. This combination provided pre- paration tor the responsibilities of employment. Joining other school DE groups, members ot the de- partment commemorated National DECA CDistributive Education Clubs of Americal Week November 6-12. Programs were presented to civic groups throughout the week. The annual Employer-Employee dinner was held February 7 at Val Gene's where the club queen was crowned. The State Conference was held March 6-8 at the Sheraton Hotel. Club members won honors in in- dividual contests, such as public speaking,.layouts, copy writing, show card writing, and store layout. of-Q ,, OFFICIAL PROCLAMATION of National DECA Week in Oklahoma City by Mayor George Shirk is witnessed by Northwest's DE officers, Jim May, president, and Chris Meek, vice president, who directed special school activities. AGREEING that window dressing is one of the most important aspects of merchandis- ing learned in DE class are Rick Baumberger and Pam Smock. STUDENT COUNCIL Judicial Board members, Sieve Miller, "GO KNlGHTS!" Margaret Baxt sparks spirit Kay Jarchow, Gary Mahagan, Mike Rogers, and Lynn McDonald conduct business. LOYAL bandsmen provide music at all school sports events. 66 HE MEETING will please come to order." Proof that Knights are "ioiners" evidenced by the forty-nine active school clubs and organizations. L SW! - E W' ED 3 i 5 Challenge of Parlicipafion rganizations Knighfs inferesf Themselves in The arfs of expression, philanthropy, invesfigafion- combining The besf of social living wifh The joys of human experience- believing Thai vvorfhwhile acfivifies are pofenfial advenfures in learning "AREN'T there any red socks?" Steve Kalmon, v. pres., asks Katie Thornton, sec. and Linda CASTING the first vote with the new voter registration Moy, treas. The socks on the tree are given to needy children at Christmas each year. card is Council President John Musgrave. Student Council Council Adopts otto Challenging Knights APPOINTED officers Dan Eischen, chapl., Lani Wallin and Don Marley, sgt.-at- arms, Ray Miller, student store mgr.y Mary Kutz, corres. sec., and Debbie Fine- frock, hist., meet after school for a planning session. THE CHALLENGE TO GREATNESS-it not now when? it not here . . . where? lt not you .. . who? Student Council members unanimously adopted this theme for their year's program. This "challenge" was also chosen by the P.T.S.A. and the Round Table tor their '66-67 theme. Each Student Council representative was assigned to one of T4 committees which planned mixers, asseml blies and intramural contests, conducted elections made spirit posters, worked in the student store and on Cupid Express and Echoes of the Knights. ln the new voting system effected this year, eac student was given a voter registration card instead o an l.D. card. Help tor the Carver School for Handicapped Children was this year's Student Council Christmas proiect. Gifts were provided for the school's recreational program. Delegates participated in a Student Council work- shop in Edmond and the state convention in Okmul- gee. Five representatives attended Inter-City Counci meetings monthly. pw- F. M X X REINS of government for Northwest's 3,050 students are held by Council representatives, who meet daily in the Little Theater. Stuclent Council Knights Voice Approval of Democratic Process SALES PITCH of student store clerks, Lloyd Carlson and Susan Hazelton, convinces customer Steve McNeill he should buy a Northwest Nitee. HOST Rob Elder shows Northwest's "college room" to Dana Stricklin, Capitol Hill's Student Council GRATEFUL DUSY Slbechl aCCePi5 3 Christmas representative, on the annual Inter-City Visitation Day. Eighteen guests visited Northwest. Cl'l9Ck fOr a phone Call to her family- P.T.S.A. EXECUTIVE BOARD-iSeatedJ Mrs. B. D. Lyles, sec.: Mrs. R. E. Highley, hist., Mrs. L. L. Gary Jr., 2nd V. pres., Mrs. S. Fant, ist v. pres. Howard, pres., Mrs. R. W. Pitt, council delegate, CStandingJ Mrs. F. Not pictured is Mrs. R. Chaney, treas. PTSA W Unit Tops State Fifth Straight Year FOR the fifth consecutive year, Northwest's P.T.S.A. unit claimed the state's largest membership, 3,236. At the termination of the drive, P.T.S.A. sponsored a mixer for its student members. The first event on P.T.S.A.'s calendar was the annual teacher appreciation luncheon August 25. Two fall Open Houses, one for the parents of the 9th and lO graders, and one for those of llth and i2th graders, drew record breaking crowds. This year, for the first time, the discussion panel on January 12 featured social dramas relating to teen- agers and their problems. An estimated 500 people were involved in the planning of the Career Day Conference. Around 90 consultants presented two forty-minute sessions for interested students. A variety of talents was presented in a show spon- sored by P.T.S.A. in February. The band, Cryslers, drama, art departments, and the wrestlers participated in the program. CONFUSED PARENTS, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Oliver, are given directions by Vicki Bowers, Courtesy Club member, at the P.T.S.A. Open House. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-BOTTOM ROW: G. Mahagan, pres., S. Harkins, v. pres., J. Edmondson, sec., S. Eagin, asst. sec., J. Blackburn, treas., J. Hatchett, chapl. ROW 2: J. Lappin, M. Kutz, P. Reiff, L. Moy, K. Thornton, V. Williams, G. Snyder, S. Brown, J. Larimore. ROW 3: Mrs. Honor Society, Honor Language Tyler, sponsor, N. Whitehead, B. Fatheree, S. Kalmon, J. Musgrave, D. Leuszler, S. Johnson, J. Martine, J. Kahn. TOP ROW: L. McDonald, M. Binns, P. Rahe, B. Lyles, R. Brown, R. Krosley, C. Stewart, S. Metheny. Top Scholars Merit W's Highest Distinction TOP scholars and leaders were selected for one of Northwest's highest honors, membership in the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, Thirty-nine seniors, comprising the top five per cent of the senior class, were initiated October 13. In March an- other top five per cent of seniors and five per cent of the iunior class were inducted. Delegates Linda Moy and Steve Kalmon attended the state convention at Putnam City December 9-'IO where they participated in a panel discussion on the subiect "To- morrow ls too Late", theme of the convention. Requirement for membership in HONOR LANGUAGE was tive semesters of a B-plus average in one language. Members sponsored proiects to help the American Field Service program and established a tutoring service for language students. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-BOTTOM ROW: J. Milburn, N. Lensgraf, S. Lievsay, B. Bradshaw, E. Hindman, J. Reeves. TOP ROW: M. Perkins, E. G. Anderson, J. Hardwick, L. Mannas, K. Kincaid, M. Helderman, S. Meegan. ROW 2: C. Lowry, M. Gardner, K. Jarchow, S. Petree, D. Bond, S. Coggins, Lynn, J. Brandell, J. Salda, S. Sarkey, M. Sheppard, M. Scovill, T. Wright, J. Jones, D. Hatfield. HONOR LANGUAGE-BOTTOM ROW2 J- Laflmofe, PFGS-I K- MCEVCF, V. PVGS-I 3: S. Harkins, B. Ahlfeldt, M. Kutz, J. Edmondson. TOP ROW: R. Brown, P. C. Pate, sec.-treas., S. Johnson, reporter. ROW 2: Mrs. Kozak, sponsor, K. Rahe, G. Mahagan, S. Kalmon, T. Wright. Thornton, P. Reiff, V. Williams, S. Eagin, Miss Von Tungeln, sponsor. ROW PREPARATIONS for Honor Society initiation, attended by parents and friends members, are made by Gary Mahagan, president of the honor group. sm.. mx' SPANISH lessons after school are punctuatedwith "girl talk" for Jeanene Miller and her tutor, Honor Language secretary, Cathy Pate. 73 My Aloha meg Group Goes Internationalg Interest Quickens S 3 E l MU ALPHA THETA-BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Ecton, sponsor, B. Lyles, pres., P. Kalmon, J. Musgrave, R. Mi.lls, R. Hagstrom, J. Bond. ROW 4: M. Gardner, Rahe, vice pres., P. Reiff, sec., S. Brown, treas. ROW 2: V. Williams, S. B. Bradshaw, E. Hindman, J. Larimore, B. Fairchild, D. Leuszler, C. Stewart, Lievsay, S. Gober, M. Kutz, J. Milburn, S. Eagin, K. Jarchow, M. Barker, R. Brown, G. Mahagan. TOP ROW: M. Binn, M. Scovill, A. Will, J. Harchett, B. Yen. ROW 3: G. Anderson, K. Thornton, J. Kahn, J. Edmondson, S. S. Metheny, J. Blackburn, L. Doolen, R. Krosley, E. Lynn, L. McDonald. MU ALPHA THETA-BOTTOM ROW- P, Cowan, J, Jghnggnl B, Smiihl K, S. Basore, G. Fanf, C. Metheny, S. Barfoof, Y. Collin. ROW 4: Mr. Sf. Dizier, Sheehan, B. Simonson, J. Davis, T. Townsend, B. Howard. ROW 2: L. Stiver, C- MCB"lde. D- Ql-line- T- Wolff, D- Gfe9namYef, 5- Savage, 5- Smifh, J- J. Cowper, B. Alaupovic, J. Jayne, L. Moody, J. Maier, S. Allen, G. Snider, Hafflsf G- Harris, V- Temple, E- Warren, W- Felffm, C- Smifh, B- Snead- D. Richmond, M. Machulis, A. Ackerman, S. Stephens, F. Kennedy. ROW 3: TOP ROW2 J- Thomas, B. Sylvan, P- Grifl. F- J0l1r1S0f1, B- JONES, 5- SCOTT- J. Whyflaw, M. Davis, S. Wafkin, P. Duffy, J. Parker, A. Gin, S, Bemusek, S. Miller, G. Lemmon, J. Slater, L. Carlson, R. Wilson, A. Ledbetfer. B NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY-BOTTOM ROW: L. Keller, pres., R. Stoops, lv. pres., D. Finefrock, sec., S. Johnson, treas., K. Goldman, parl.- hist., K. Jones, chapl., T. Cabell, rep. ROW 2: R. Thomas, S, Wheeler, L. Leaf, J. Norfleet, T. Cornish, S. Webster, L. Vandennieuwenhof, L. Mannas, B. Snow, J. Jacobson, Mrs. Urmston, sponsor. ROW 3: L, Clark, Honor Art, Mu Alpha Theta Societies Assess Work TO STIMULATE interest in mathematics and provide more activities, Northwest's Honor Math Club fulfilled requirements and affiliated with the 900 chapters of Mu Alpha Theta, international honor society for outstand- ing math students. Although the national grade standard for admission is a B average, Northwest's chapter will continue to require a 3.75 for entrance, 3.5 to remain a member. I M. Battaglia, L. Lippoldt, E. Wheeler, K. Wheeler, B. Husband, B. Kendall, C. Longley, S. Horton, C. Dunbar, Mrs. Murray, sponsor. ROW 4: S. Newell, L. Montgomery, B. Lisby, M. Walker, B. Rea, S. Thomas, D. Staley, D. Moses, Mrs. Jenkins, sponsor. TOP ROW: S. Gill, L. Hogan, J. Vaughan, G. Meyer, D. Bryant, R. Spear, B. Trimble, Mrs. Porta, sponsor. , Tap W's Top Talent APPLICANTS for membership in National Art Honor Society submitted eight pieces of art work in three media to be judged outside the school. Thirty-five art students qualified and became members or associate members at the initiation December l. Junior Karen Goldman and senior Therese Cabell's cov- er designs were accepted for the school student directory and the Round Table, respectively. Rf N,--f VIEWS on modern art obiects at the Oklahoma Art Center are exchanged by Janie ORIGINAL, hand-decorated Christmas cards are more fun to Norfleet, Shelley Horton, and Belinda Kendall during an Honor Art Society tour. send, agree Society officers Ron Stoops and Lorrie Keller. QUILL AND SCROLL-BOTTOM ROW: J. Geurin, pres., J. Noble, v. pres., L. Strong, J. Thompson. ROW 3: S. Stemm, J. Foust, P. Christopher, G. S. Bacon, sec., T. Clark, treas., R. Miller, chapl. ROW 2: E. Cody, D. Frye, Lundien. TOP ROW: L. Tate, S. Musson, S. Christian, M. Daiker. Quill and Scroll, Distributive Education Upportunities ffered to Explore Many Fields UNITED FLAMES symbolize the seven points of the iournalist's creed as Earl Cody, Sandy Bacon, and Judy Noble initiate Terry Clark. SINCE Northwest's chapter ot Quill and Scroll was featured in the National Quill and Scroll magazine following its demonstration initiation at OU last year, members have been asked to conduct initiation cere- monies for new chapters at John Marshall and Still- water's C. E. Donart high schools. The annual spring dinner and initiation for sixteen new members was held April 21. To be eligible one must be an upperclassman with a B average plus a record of outstanding achievement in some phase of iournalgm. Individual Quill and Scroll members achieved honors this year. Ray Miller served as president of Oklahoma City interscholastic Press Association, and Judy Noble was vice president of the Oklahoma interscholastic Press group. Linda Tate -was OCIPA parliamentarian. Linda was correspondent for the Oklahoman and Times, Mary Daiker served as stringer for the Journal. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Club members ioined other city school DE groups tor proiects and programs throughout the year. The club's annual banquet was February 7 at Val Gene's. Employers were guests ot honor, and Linda Stratton was crowned queen. DEBBIE ALLEN TERRY INGRAM D. E. Princess D. E. Princess LINDA STRATTON D. E. Queen VERDA JOHNSON PAM SMOCK D. E. Princess D. E. Princess ver DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-BOTTOM ROW: N. Jakeway, P. Smock, S. Hutton, C. Meek, v. pres. TOP ROW: M. Sprowso, G. Zanovich, T. Gordon, Shirley, C. Fdlling, hisr., P. Renegar, T. Ingram. ROW 2: Mr. Thrash, spon- B- Taylor. R- Bavmberger, v- pres-: K- Robinson, rep-: R- Sherman, J- May. sor, K. Smi1h,'D. Allen, J. Thompson, treas., D. Marley, L. Stratlon, sec. Pres- ROW 3: R. Nuckols, A. Dane, R. Page, chapl.p T. Parman, J. Heslwood, R. MATH ANALYSIS-BOTTOM ROW: R. Krosley, pres., V. Williams, 'lst v pres., P. Rahe, 2nd v. pres., K. Thornton, sec., S. Sarkey, treas. ROW 2. M. Barker. L. Strickland, J. Edmondson, K. Jarchow, S. Copley, P. Reiff, Math Analysis, Great Books Culture Groups Add Broadened Outlook APPLICANTS for MATH ANALYSIS CLUB must have completed six semesters of mathematics with a B-plus average and submitted a favorable recommendation from a Teacher in the department. Since most club members were planning a career in engineering or a profession demanding a strong back- ground in math, calculus and analytics were thorough- ly explored. Guest speakers from local industrial firms were invited to club meetings. Small and large groups of GREAT BOOKS CLUB members could be spotted at most of the City's cultural activities. They attended many of the local theatrical productions, which included the Mummers' "Mademoiselle CoIombe," OU's University Theatre's "Miracle Worker," and ballets and concerts in the City's new Music Hall. Club sponsors, Mrs. Yvonne Ball and Mrs. Evelyn Findly, were hostesses for the club's annual Christmas Open House for members and alumni. Nearly 300 registered for this year's event. T. Clark. ROW 3: R. Hagstrom, B. Lyles, E. Hindman, C. Stewart, D Leuszler, D. Hatfield, R. Brown, J. Larimore. ROW 4: E. Lynn, J. Blackburn J. Musgrave, S. Kalmon, G. Mahagan, J. Brandell, Mr. St. Dizier, sponsor .. , . K V FOLK SINGING, always a favorite pastime at Great Books Club parties, is led by Fred Plater who also plays the banio for his friends. GREAT BOOKS Cl-UB-FRONT ROW1 l-- MOY, B- Hensley, D- Hollingsworth, Harkins, J. Hardwick, N. Gin, R. Church, R. Brown. BACK ROW: P. Rahe, S- BUf9l1aVT, 5- C0PlEY, P- Relff- ROW TWO: L- Burneff, 5. CBFHOH, B- R. Elder, J. Musgrave, J. Hatchert, J. Smelser, G. Mahagan, Mrs. Ball. Beausang, B. Ahlfeldf, T. Wright, J. Larimore, ROW THREE: M. Kutz, S. Club Calendar Includes Monthly Activity REAT BOOKS CLUB-FRONT ROW: L. McDonald, pres., B. Cheatham, v. S. Fish. ROW THREE: M. Gardner, T. Farmer, S. Kalmon, Chris Lowry, F. res., S. Hazelton, sec-treas., D. Holloway, parl., R. Baumberger, sgt. at Plafer, T- Cabell, D- Holloway- BACK ROW! C- Simms. l-f Marr. M- Shep' arms. ROW TWO: J. Kahn, J. Lappin, R. Maupin, J. Thompson, D. Burrows, Pafd, 3. Slarkey, B. Lyles, R. Krosley, M. Scovill. 'il LES CHEVALLIERS DU FRANCAIS-BOTTOM ROW: G. Snyder, pres., S. Charleston, lst v. pres., M. Machulis, 2nd v. pres., K. Tigert-, rec. sec.: S. Black, corres. sec., M. Marcotte, trees., J. Smelser, parl., J. Harris, hist ROW 2: B. Lankforcl, V. Ken, N. Steph, S. Jarrett, N. Arnold, S. Wheeler, T. Berthelot, P. McDannold, K. Pruet, F. Kennedy, Mrs. Kozak, sponsor. Z. r the ,.t.-,gin , Y K: . I' V ,A Y'Vr . , Q J Y 4 . , I X44 rf? ir: Tj' 5 eff- r t P ,, gk. .V fe"'n'i .lille 1 9 1 POINTING out his former home in Paris, France, to Gretchen Snyder, president ofthe French Club, is Ken Clark, guest speaker at a fall club meeting. ROW 3: J. Meriwether, D. Blakey, B. Berryhill, B. Smith, W. Bird, D. Saied S. Horton, K. Blaschke, K. Mitchell, F. Marwcod. ROW 4: J. Denton, J Vaughan, S. Kendall, L. Brower, S. Suggs, L. Gibson, L. Smith, M. Salathiel M. Smelser, TOP ROW: J. Cohen, K. Beck, E. Rousar, M. Watkins, H Barker, R. Wells, T. Willson, D. Dennehy, D. Salathiel. French, German Clubs Activities Patterned IN its third year, LES CHEVALLIERS DU FRANCAIS added spice and originality to Northwest's club roster with a variety ot activities.. One of the most popular and unusual bake sales was repeated this year by the French club. They solc French Yule Logs, cakes containing 32 layers made from a French recipe. Proceeds from their sale helped finance their Mard Gras celebration February 22. They again ioined witl the Putnam City French Club for this party whicl' was held in Northwest's social center. The two schools alternate as hosts for this annual event. GERMAN CLUB meetings featured films and dis- cussions by people who had recently traveled ir Germany. Sandy Coggins, senior, showed slides she took last summer when she was one of six Girl Scouts in the nation to be chosen for a summer institute ir Switzerland. During November, French Club members ioined the German Club for a trip to Tulsa to see the opera Hanse and Gretel. The two groups combined with the Spanish Clul for an International Christmas party. Each club wa1 responsible tor entertainment and decorations sym bolic ot the country represented. GERMAN CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: C. Ball, pres.: M. Watkins, v. pres., L. Nigb, R. Brown, H. Waddle, S. Coggins, S. Brown, M. Davis, E. Hindman Strickland, sec-treas.: S. Lievsay, chapl.: M. Daiker, sgt.-at-arms, hist., P. TOP ROW: D. Loving, F. Yeagley, D. Brummitf, C. Lowensohn, M. Palmer Ricks, parl. ROW 2: M. Helderman, P. Reiff, J. Lappin, J. Kahn, K. Neph, T. Gordon, S. Jacobson, D. Morgan, D. Manson, B.,Johnson. B. Hale, T. Cabell, S. Barkett. ROW 3: G. Baieman, J. Ryan, D. Dennehy, B. i 'after European Customs, Trends, Traditions GERMAN Cl-UB-BOTTOM ROWS N- Gin, J- Ra95dBle, R- Am'-lfealon, R- Jacob, S. Watkins, D. Orahood, 'F. Johnson, M. Barker, R. Mills, D. Amick Wakefield, H. Colvert, M. Asl'1,'E. Bradway. ROW 2: R. Lee, T. Birkeff, S. B. Perry. TOP ROW: S. Sarkey, M. Sheppard, B. Lyles, J. Bradway, Fl Savage, D. Clark, A. Downs, R. Miller, D. Eischen, C. Cobb. ROW 3: D. Plater. 1 y-lp SPANISH CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: D. Bond, pres., M. Binns, Ist v. pres., G. Snyder, 2nd v. pres., L. Townsend, sec., R. Beals, ass't. sec., L. Baker, hist., P. McPhaiI, treas. ROW 2: Mr. Culbert, sponsor, P. Straube, L. Smith, M. Salathiel, S. Copley, T. Romero, L. White, G. Snider, J. Merritt, C. Vander- Spanish Club, Q Mexico Lures Clubs Durin Sprin Break IN ITS SECOND year, the SPANISH CLUB, Hispaio- americano, launched several new proiects. Highlight of the year's activities was the club trip to Mexico City during the one-week spring break. Club members ioined other City Spanish Club groups on the sight seeing tour which included visiting the pyramids and attending a folk-lore ballet. Throughout the year bake sales and other fund raising projects were sponsored to help finance the club's train trip. Spanish, French and German Clubs combined for an International Christmas party featuring games and decorations typical of the three countries represented. Each club was responsible for contributing ideas and favors to add to the "international flavor." JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE members were repre- sented at the National Convention in Kentucky by five delegates. Judy Edmondson served as secretary of the Oklahoma State chapter of JCL. New members were feted in September with a picnic at Will Rogers park. The annual Roman banquet, usually held in the spring, took place November l4. Cara Roblyer and Gary Fair won prizes for the best costumes. Members competed in state contests, consisting of grammar, vocabulary, derivatives, Roman life and history. ford, T. Peek. ROW 3: D. Salathiel, M. Straube, C. Moore, V. Vaughn, C. Singerman, L. Hixon, S. Bacon, R. Church, K. Steves, B. Rea. TOP ROW: D. Gossett, B. Gustin, D. Allen, D. Lackey, G. Riley, P. Luza, C. Saxon, R. Ashford, S. Smith, L. Jefferson. E r I 2 : . I i READY to bid for a slave at the Roman banquet is Patrician Jim Larimore. X! JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE-BOTTOM ROW: J. Hatcheif, pres., K. McEver, P- Reiff, S. FlSl'1. ROW 4: T. Wriglii, P- -Danely, J- Pafkeff C- V3f'ld9l'f0Td, v. pres., C. Roblyer, sec., A. Gin, frees., F. Kennedy, hist. ROW 2. Mrs. S- Chaney, S. Suffman, J- Ragsdale- TOP ROW: J. Musgrave, T. Esker, S. Creekmore, sponsor, J. Lappin, S. Copley, D. Clark, M. Helderman, L. Moy. EI'iCl4S0f1, P- Ralle, J. G0ir1S- ROW 3: B. Ahlfeldr, G. Anderson, C, Cantrell, J. Edmondson, K. Thornton, .Q C assical Culture Stressed in Year's Activities YI JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE-BOTTOM ROW: L. Phelps, C. Wilson, D. R. Parker, C. Briclges,'E. Houser, J. Ervin, J. Cowper, M. Gibson, N. Hodg- Thornton, K. Fondren, M. Lyon, L. Hodges. ROW 2: P. Erickson, D. Moy, son. TOP ROW: R. Story, G. Davis, T. Lout, G. Gillson, B. Jones, L. Jeffer- K. Brown, M. Wilbanks, K. Jones, C. Krosley, D. Davis. ROW 3: B. Winston, son, T. Suttman, D. Richmond. fi RADIO CLUB-SEATED: B. Riddles. STANDING: Mr. St. Dizier, sponsor, S. Sarkey, T. Warren, B. Sneed, M. Amick, E. Rousar. I I HAM OPERATORS Martin Amick and Bob Sneed experiment with the newly acquired transmitter in the school radio station. Science, Radio, Electronics Specialists Gain Skill In Technical Fields SCHOOL TECHNICIANS developed skill in specialties and increased their scientific knowledge in the SCI- ENCE, RADIO and ELECTRONICS CLUBS. The Electron-ics Club, consisting of 23 members, met every other Monday for meetings and Tuesday night for laboratory experiments. Some of the boys partic- ipated in an extra theory class where they studied the code of electronics. They received their technician's license upon successful completion of the course. Radio Club acquired a new transmitter which doubled the power and value of the station, the only one of its kind in a city school. Interest was shown by radio hams around the city through their donation of microphones and station accessories. To foster increased interest in the school and city Science Fair, the Science Club offered S100 to be divided among the students requesting aid to finance Fair proiects. Members went on field trips, listened to guest speakers and pursued their interest in science. SCIENCE CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: C. Stuart, pres., S. Sarkey, v. pres., S. Lievsay, sec., S. Copley, 1reas., E. Rousar, parl.g L. Strickland, chapl. ROW 2: M. Barker, R. Brown, D. Dennehy, T. Willson, M. Sheppard, Mrs. Bryant, sponsor. ROW 3: B. Lyles, J. Parker, J. Faw, R. Parker, J. Harris, Mr Gaither, sponsor. TOP ROW: B. Emanuel, B. Neal, J. Brandell, D. Leuszler, L. Neal, J. Braclway, Mr. Johnson, sponsor. Members Explore Current Trends, Methods 'Y ELECTRONICS CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: S. Sarkey, pres.: R. Roberson, v. pres., E. Rousar, treas., B. Lacy, sgt.-at-arms: M. Scovill, parl. ROW 2: S. Achramo- wicz, R. Helt, R. Creech, J. Willett, R. Armstrong, L. Neal. ROW 3: B. Lacy, J. Robinson, R. Mills, J. Brandell, B. Neal, B. Emanuel, Mr. Whatley, sponsor. TOP ROW: D. Gossett, R. Grantham, K. Shaw, J. Phipps, D. Ginn, J. Bentley. ENGINEERING Cl-UB: BOTTOM ROW: J- PflCC, R- Swain, PYES-I B- Yen, Nl- way, J. Hallman, S. Colley, D. Smith, C. See, B. Jones. TOP ROW: Mr. Luper, E. Warner. ROW 2: P. Her1SCl'l, D. Riebel, J. Ross, D. Bryant, sgf.-aT- Holloway, sponsor: J, Tippin, J, Gilbert, B, Bowman, L, Marr, arms, G. Simms, sec.-treas., E. Jones, v. pres. ROW 3: T. Birkett, S. Hollo- PLANS for a club proiect are considered by Mr. Holloway, sponsor, Eddie Jones and Ronald Swain, charter members of Northwest's newest club. Future Engineers Career Plans Point to Need for Chapter ASPIRING architects and engineers were granted a charter for FUTURE ENGINEERS CLUB in November under the direction of Mr. Fred Holloway, mechanical drawing instructor. "lntense interest 'in the engineering section of Career Day prompted us to organize our Chapter of Future Engineers," said Mr. Holloway. Some 56 stu- dents evidenced concern for engineering and related fields when they signed to meet with the engineering consultant at the annual PTSA sponsored Career Day. Both boys and girls are eligible for membership, the only requirement being that they plan to continue in a field of engineering after high school. During the year, club members visited engineering laboratories on several college campuses. Local en- gineering firms which offer scholarship opportunities sent representatives to club meetings to explain their program and to discuss trends in engineering. A banquet at the end of the year in the Patrician room at O'Mealey's capped activities for the year. RQ Cross Advisories Participate In Service Projects EACH ot Northwest's TOO advisories was repre- sented in The two monthly meetings of The HIGH SCHOOL RED CROSS. With proceeds from the Two doughnut sales held during The year, enrollment cards tor all students were secured and a contribution was made to The International Red Cross Children's Fund. Jean Simmons, chapter president, modeled in a style show sponsored by the Oklahoma County Red Cross Council. Red Cross members furnished and decorated Christ- mas trees at the Veterans Administration and Chil- dren's Memorial Hospitals. A group of members visited homebound students regularly. They took copies of The Shield to them and helped them keep in touch with school activities throughout the year. Each Saturday a number of volunteer workers re- ported to various hospitals and convalescent homes to help with patients. A REAL TREAT for a patient at University Children's Hospital is his visit each Saturday with volunteer worker Jean Simmons, NW's Red Cross president. Nl NV RED CROSS-BOTTOM ROW: J. Simmons, pres., C. Farley, v. pres., R. Beals, v. pres., M. Walker, sec., B. Lacy, treas., L. Townsend, parl., J. A. Simmons, chapl., M. Binns, ass't. sec. ROW 2: Mrs. Spann, sponsor, P. Stewart, D. Cunningham, L. Watson, J. Maguire, F. Kennedy, J. Grove, S. Carlton, S. Copley, K. Dennis, J. Brodnan, C. Cupp, H. Bourke. ROW 3: C Lowry, L. Hogan, S. Suttman, D. Clark, K. Meyers, H. Blackwell, B. Snow, V. Sheppard, R. Hampton, S. Swihart, M. Palmer. ROW 4: B. Husband, A. Baumberger, M. Smelser, B. Berryhill, S. Gober, J. A. Ragsdale, J. Phinney, P. Moore, J. Wilbourn, R. Hagstrom, L. Drescher, D. Hagstrom. TOP ROW: D. Dennehy, G. Bateman, D. Grissom, K. Bays, K. Pruet, L. Moody, M. Gardner, B. Brady, G. Mahanay, P. Stephenson. HI-Y-BOTTOM ROW: J. Blackburn, PVCS-I M- Blaschke, Sf- V- PFSS-J D. Amos, J. Ulrich, J. Taylor, G. Carriere, B. Powell, R. Woodward, S. Colley, Swain, ir. v. pres., B. Bergman, soph. v pres., R. Burt, 1reas., M. Hall, sec., C, Cobb, Mr, Simpson, sponsor, TOP ROW: J, Ray, R, Logan, R. Wilson, P. Haffner, sgf.-at-arms, M. McCreary, sgr.-at-arms, M. Boyd, chapl. ROW F. McGregor, G, Bateman, A. Downs, J. Price, D. Clark, M. Farrell, J. Ray, 2: M. Thomas, D. Greenamyer, D. Carter, R. Vann, S. Lawson, A. Sykes, D. Smith, S. Metheny. B. Tucker, D. Warnberg, K. Lytle, J. Whytlaw. ROW 3: J. Williams, S. KR... ,I CHRISTMAS DINNER for needy families is delivered by Hi-Y members John Williams, John Fousf, and David Clark. V HI-Y-BOTTOM ROW: J. Ryan, J- Smith, G. Farha, H. Guysi, S. Wadley, B. G. Mins, J. sneer, F. Plater. TOP ROW: T. Parman, s. Wilson, J. Ellis, P. Hutfaker, R. Waterman. ROW 2: M. McClure, J. Bishop, K. Brawley, J. Kidd, Coney, J, Martine. D. Collins, E. Jones, R. Sherman. ROW 3: J. Shaw, J. Dewey, B. Fairchild, Hi-Y Broad Interest Areas Attract Large Membership COMBINING service with personal growth and recrea- tion, Hi-Y boys furthered their Christian goals and under- standings. Under the direction of the YMCA, boys attended area conferences, state prelegislative conference in Stillwater, and the State Youth in Government legislature at the State Capitol. Forty-four Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y members chartered a bus for the trip to the annual State Convention at Lake Murray in November. Northwest's delegation participated in dis- cussion groups on capital punishment and the need for sex education in schools. The boys worked one weekend in the spring in help- ing to ready Camp Classen, a YMCA camp, for opening. HI-Y-Bottom ROW: R. capron, c. Hicks, T. Gibson, D. Dennehy, B. Mal- R, Mythen. TOP ROW: C. Wilsay, D. Tidholm, D. Bwmmirr, G. Graham, lonee, M. Ackerman, P. Wadley, J. Brown. ROW 2: G. Kidd, M. Kent, M. E- Emmeff, R- Harrison, G- MCNUH, M. Goddard, D, Hanna, R- 55995- Weeks, P. Duncan, D. Runyan, C. Turpin, B. Ridley, T. Willson, M. Davis, TRI-HI-Y-BOTTOM ROW: L. Montgomery, pres., S. Homsey, v. pres., P Cowart, ir. v. pres.: C. Moy, soph. v. pres., T. Howard, sec., Mrs. McGee sponsor. ROW 2: P. Ballard, T. Neely, D. Allen, N. Steph, C. Huiett, N Fisher, M. Murphy, L. Mannas. ROW 3: J. Thompson, J. Steele, J. Norfleet, Tri-Hi-Y, E Competent Dele ates Stress Reform Bills MORE bills were submitted by Northwest's Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y delegation to the Youth in Government Legis- lature than had ever been presented by this school before. Forty-six boys and girls attended prelegislative sessions in Stillwater February i8 armed with 500 mimeographed copies of their proposed bills for dis- tribution in manuals to various committees ruling out bills not considered proper for submitting later at Youth Legislature. Four bills were accepted by committees: Joe Black- burn's bill proposing to increase the age of com- pulsory education from the eighth to twelfth grade, Terri Howard's bill to lower legal voting age to i8 and another proposal to place controls on public availability of firearms, and Harla Hamilton's bill recommending more informative presentation of gov- ernment theories be implemented in high school cur- riculum. More than fifty Northwest students participated in the State Youth in Government legislature April 7-9, giving speeches and meeting with committees. During the spring break, a group of Hi-Y boys went surfing in Galveston and visited the space center in Houston. Plans for a summer outing at Lake Texhoma for both Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y clubs were finalized. J. Thompson, L. Moy, C, Grisham, S. Gober, S. Blakey. ROW 4: A. Baum- berger, K. Jarchow, J. Davis, P. Almack, L. Self, L. Melton, J. Gates, K. McGuire, J. Donceel. TOP ROW: L. Carrington, D. Lackey, D. Petty, C. Montgomery, S. Kendall, G. Simmons, S. Black, T. Green, L. Martin. PAUSING to discuss Youth Legislature with Mr. Dennis Simpson, sponsor, i Oklahoma's new chief executive, Governor Dewey Bartlett. PART of Northwest's delegation is briefed by Sponsor Dennis Simpson prior to GREETINGS are extended by Governor Banlen to Mr. Simpson, Mike the group's participation in State Youth Legislature in April. Blaschke, Terri Howard, and Joe Blackburn in the Capitol lobby. Group Shows Concern for Tomorrow's Youth BOTTOM ROW: A. Grey, treas.: B. McCully, chaplsp S. Poulsen -at-arms, D. Eads, sgt.-at-arms, N. Rice, sgt.-at-arms. ROW 2: E. Jack 1 D. Saied, T. Rose, P. Tubb, L, Schell, D. Vaughn, S. Afinowicz, S. A. Davis, F. Kennedy, P. Cummings. ROW 3: R. Broadfoot, L. s, M. Effinger, H. Hamilton, N. Tillinghast, M. Walker, B. Husband, 'STP D. Belcher, D. Clark, C. Roblyer, A. Ackerman, G. Collins. ROW 4: S Newell, C. Boydston, S. Gill, L. Clark, B. Clenney, J. Mythen, P. Singleton K. Staten, K. Kongs, G. Snider, K. Goldman. TOP ROW: J. Wilbourn, P Moore, J. Phinney, J. Chapman, D. Violett, G. Fezler, S. Craig, P. McDan- nold, K. Kendall, P. Lariamore, C. Hughes. ' K K' ',ll .j.'.5y5SZ:3:' L , . . . r j '.,', FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-BOTTOM ROW: Miss O. Byars, sponsor, Ever, L. Smith, C. Moore. TOP ROW: S. Gober, L. Townsend, H. Waddle, C. Phillips, sec.-treas., P. Story, B. Fatheree, v. pres., M. Salathiel, pres., N. Phillips. Miss West, sponsor. ROW 2: L. Gray, parl., D. Campbell, T. Neely, K. Mc- Future Teachers, Homernakers Preparation for Careers, Matrimon Stresse 0 6 20TH CENTURY HOMEMAKERS-SEATED: Mrs. H. Jennings, sponsor, C. Seaman, chapl., J. Little. STANDING: Mrs. C. Lashley, sponsors, S. Cook Starr, pres., J. Doling, v. pres., L. Neph, sec.g J. Meriwether, trees., G. J. St. George, J. Sheltman, Mrs. R. Miller, J. Jones, Miss Wilson, sponsors MATERIALS on the Library Club book shelf are checked by Janet Cowper. Library, FTA, Homemakers Clubs Offer Variety of Life Experiences BOOK REVIEWS and tours of other libraries were main activities of the LIBRARY CLUB. Affiliated with district, city, and state library groups, Northwest's chapter sent delegates to local and state meetings. Gary Fair, club president, was elected secretary of the Oklahoma City Library Club. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA members took over the direction of classes during American Educa- tion Week when permitted. Club members served the faculty at the annual Christmas breakfast. They also attended a State Con- vention at Oklahoma State University and provided a tutoring service for interested students. TWENTIETH CENTURY HOMEMAKERS encouraged interest in a home economics career and preparation for family life. Meetings featured demonstrations on gift wrapping and flower arrangements. J I :gig fag LIBRARY CLUB-SITTING: D. Davis, sec.: B. Roth, M. Vaeth, R. Haas, B. Boyle, J. Cowper, treas. STANDING: D. Slater, K. Mitchell, hist.f R. Smith, sgt.-at-arms., G. Fair, pres. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE-BOTTOM ROW: S. Charleston, pres., J. Kingerl S, Robinson, T. Farmer, T, Doughty, B. Lockwood. ROW 4, S. Smelser, v. pres., J. Stacy, hist., A. Sandgarten, chapl., C. Meek, sgt.-at- Musallam, J. Cohen, S. Marchman, S. Kalmon, L. Williams, M. Lewis, J. arms, G. Johnson, sgt.-at-arms. ROW 2: Mrs. C. Burton, sponsor, D. Carter, Morozuk. TOP ROW: R. Puckett, T. Ham, P. Rahe, T. McMahon, T. Gordon, G. Fair, L. Wallin, D. Cordell, L. Moody, S, Fish. ROW 3: D. Finefrock, S. G. Fair, Mrs. Allred, sponsor. ANNOUNCERS CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: J. Smelser, pres., S. Marchman, v. J. Hardwick, A. Reid, S. Isaac, D. Eischen. TOP ROW, Mrs. Allred, sponsor pres., J. Steele, sec., P. Reiff, treas., S. Charleston, ehapl. ROW 2, G. Fair, J- Hatcheft. J. Stacy. S- Kalmon, T. Farmer. M- Lewis. B- Perry. NATIONAL THESPIANS--BOTTOM ROW: S. Marchman, pres., B. Tinsley, S. Isaac, J. Merritt, D. Finefrock, G. Snider. TOP ROW: Mrs. B. Allred, sec., T. McMahon, treas., S. Eagin, clerk. ROW 2: L. Wallin, S. Martin, parl.5 sponsor, R. York, M. Lewis, hist., R. Spear. NFL, Announcers, Thespians imilar Aims Flavor peakers' Endeavors "THE APPLAUSE, delight, and wonder of the stage" have all been experienced by the members of Troupe 316, National Thespians. Dedicated actors, staff and crew members, and directors were rewarded by recog- nition in the international society. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUERS sponsored a novice Invitational Tournament 'which attracted more than two hundred participants. All phases of the event, from invitations and room scheduling to purchasing trophies and "being perfect hosts," were carried on efficiently by NFL members and drama students. Debaters also iourneyed to nine tournaments where they swept top honors. Competing with more than 1800 contestants in the Bellaire Tournament in Hous- ton, Texas, in October, Northwest won first in cross- examination debate for the second year. Before being accepted in the ANNOUNCERS CLUB, applicants were auditioned carefully before a club committee. All Central Sound student announcements were made by club members. gm ff' ENTRIES in the preliminary rounds of a debate tournament clamor to see the posted results and hope they have not been eliminated from further competition. 95 9' l BAND GIRLS-BOTTOM ROW: B. Mustion, pres., B. Bradshaw, v. pres., ROW: B. Berryhill, H. Williams, S. Schuetz, C. Newman, L. Burns, D. Mapes,l A. Lee,.sec., M. Helderman, treas.g ROW 2: R. Haas, T. Cobb, J. Grove, 5- Smith, Chapl-I E- HOU?-eff 59f"'3l'3fm5' parl., M. Newman, hist., K. McCracken, K. Jones, B. Smith, J. Melton. TOP Band Qirls, Symphony Hi-Notes Promotions Bolster School Music Program COORDINATING activities of the Band and Orchestra is the main purpose of BAND GIRLS. Girls decorated for the coronation of the band queen, and were in charge of publicity for concerts. They worked closely with SYMPHONY HI-NOTES, who were affiliated with the city-wide organization for teenage music lovers. Members worked for the Symphony Subscription Drive in October and ushered at Symphony concerts. Both clubs sold tickets to school and civic musical events and helped catalogue and file music, checked on uniforms and instruments. Members attended Band Parents' meeta SYMPHONY Hl-NOTES-BOTTOM ROW: B. Smith, pres., J. Hatchett, v. pres., D. Mapes, E. Houser, B. Mustion, L. Burns, K. Jones, S. Smith. TOP K. Beck, treas., ROW 2: B. Howard, MI Brown, L. McAmis, M. Vaeth, R. H. Newman, F. Johnson, D. Orahocd, S. Watkins, T. Weiss, R. Smith, ings. Haas, Y. Collins, J. Grove, T. Cobb. ROW 3: H. Waddle, L. Moody, J. Jayne, Goins, J. White, M. Miller, C. Farley. T X Qi. 2 N Hrs PREPARATIONS for the annual Book Fair are made by officers of the Fatheree, Sherry Walker, Gary Fair, Sandy Ellsworth and Laura Townsend. Junior Delegates to the World: Susan Fish, Susan Hazelton, Barbara Around 2500 books were included in the varied selections offered. L Delegates, YTK Late Rulin Curtails Daily PA Devotional IN SEPTEMBER the State's Attorney General ruled prayers in public schools were held unconstitutional by a Supreme Court ruling. A Shield poll of Northwest students indicated an overwhelming maiority of students disapproved of the ruling. But YOUTH OF THE KINGDOM club mem- bers were forced to cease most of their activities since the club was organized to promote religious activities in school by giving morning devotionals over Central Sound and at sports events and to hold chapel each Wednesday morning at 7:45. After the ruling was made, club members substi- tuted a "thought for the day" over Central Sound for the former Bible reading. JUNIOR DELEGATES to the WORLD finalized plans initiated two years ago to adopt an orphan. Profits of the school Book Fairs, held twice this year, contributed to the S800 required from the government program handling the adoption. Students and teachers who traveled abroad last summer were guest speakers at regular meetings. THE THOUGHT for the day is given by Dan Eischen, YTK president. HUNDREDS of pictures are sized and cropped by editor Terry Clark as he directs production of the Round Table. IT'S ALL in a day's work in The Shield office-itopj Linda Tate, editor, dummies page 'lp imiddlej ad managers Mark Whitney and Charlie Turpin discuss ad copy with a customer, ibottoml Leon Meyers and Judy Noble check out Shields, which are distributed every other Tuesday, to advisory representatives. ' Publications Provide Ima e of orthwest PATTERNED after the "School-as-a-City" 'approach to producing newspapers, THE SHIELD served as a link in interpreting and communicating every aspect of' school life to the students and community. Stringers supplied the metropolitan press with school news. Thel ROUND TABLE also played an important role in proq viding an image of Northwest. l To maintain the highest awards attainable for high school publications, members of the publications staffs were found at all hours in room 172 combining efforts to meet approaching deadlines. This year both publications held the Medalist rating' ofthe Columbia Scholastic Press Association, while the ROUND TABLE won for the second year the All-Amerie can rating given by the National Scholastic Press As- sociation. Both publications have received "Highest Honors" in state competition the last four years. Twelve staff members iourneyed to Chicago Thanks- giving for the NSPA convention. ROUND TABLE STAFF-BOTTOM ROW: J. Geufln, L. Choafe, G. Lundien, Bacon- ROW 37 MVS- Burdette: 5P0n50fi C- l-OWYYI C- McGregor, S- H3ffl5 T. Clark, J. Thompson, J. Phillips, D. Bond, C. Grisham. ROW 2: M. Shelden, -l- MYThenf T- Cabell, L- Porfer, N- AVGFIS- TOP ROW! l-- MeYe"Sf M- WhlfneY J. Carpenler, B. Baber, L. McCullough, J. Miller, B. Williams, B. Hale, S. P- Ulfenaf M- 5Cl1neYZl9f, 5- MUSSOF1, 5- Chflsllanf l-- 5055- ll-American Rating Held by Round Table HIELD STAFF-CENTER: A. Funderburk, K. Fagin. AROUND THE COUNTER: D. Frye, C. Roblyer, K. Blair, M. Schnefzler, E. Cody, S. Choaf?M. Cody, . Hall, C. Tabor, G. Kirchner, S. Sfemm, D. Snyder, K. Blakey, M. Daiker, B. Powell. SHARON BRONSON Key Club Sweetheart .lg-y Club LINDA MOY DIANE LEWIS Key Club Princess Key Club Princess KEY CLUB, an international organization composed of boys who have distinguished Themselves as leaders, consisted of outstanding sophomore, iunior, and senior boys. Directed by Mr. Ted Nichols and Mr. Larry Mott, the number of club service proiects was doubled from that of previous years. Proiects included collecting for United Appeal, ringing bells for the Salvation Army at Christmas, serving as hosts on Career Day, regis- tering cars, and selling mums for Homecoming. New members were honored at the annual break- fast September 23 at Trade Winds Motel. Service Club Lends Support to Civic Projects 'N W.--f W .,,,, i V 5 ,iii X MQ? 'WWF' .w ,M is., I KEY CLUB OFFICERS helping to address envelopes for the state tuberculosis Allen Sykes, Boyd Lyles, Roy Butts, lstandingl John Reeves, Joe Blackburn drive are Cseatedj Frank Kellert, Kirk Brawley, Mack McGuire, Tommy Scott, Terry McMahon, and Craig Maurer flag, TOP ROW: M. Ackerman, J. Anderson, A. Benedict, B. Bergmann, J. Black- B. Fairchild, G. Farha, T. Farmer, W. Felton, J. Gilbert, D. Greenameyer, burn, K. Brawley, J. Brown, R. Butt, D. Clark, S. Charleston. ROW 2: B. J. Harris, T. Harris. BOTTOM ROW: D. Humphrey, W. Jackson, B. Jones, Cheatham, J. Cheatham, J. Cohen, B. Copley, D. Daniel, M. Davis, D. E. Jones, J. Jones, B. Johnson, E. Kardokus, F. Kellert, G. Kidd, J. Kidd. Denham, D. Dennehy, J. Dewey, T. Doughty. ROW 3: B. Emmert, R. Empie, TOP ROW: B. Kitchen, J. Lackey, D. Langford, J. Larimore, G. Lemmon, M. Lewis. ROW 2: C. Lockwood, D. Loving, B. Ludrick, B. Lyles, B. Lytle, D. L. Marley. ROW 3: D. Marley, J. Martine, F. "WONDER if She SUSPQCTS-H -l0l1nnY Reeves escorts Marwood, C. Maurer, McClure, M. McCreary. BOTTOM ROW: L. McDonald, F. McGregor, M. his dale, 5l"af0n BFONSOYL to The KEY Club Chflsfmas McGuire, T. McMahon, G. McNutt, S. Metheny. dance where she will be crowned club sweetheart. TOP ROW: L. Meyers, G. Mills, T. Moore, J. Morozuk, J. Musgrave, S. Musallum, L. Phillips, F. Plater, B. Powell, D. Powell. ROW 2: P. Rahe, R. Rahill, S. Rahill, J. Ray, J. Reeves, C. Rhodes, B. Ridley, S. Robinson, D. D. Smith, J. Smith, J. Sneed, B. Spielberger, J. Stacy. BOTTOM ROW: J Street, D. Stuart, A. Sykes, J. Taylor, V. Temple,-J. Thomas, L. Tucker, J Ulrich, J. Vaughan, S. Wade. Runyan, T. Scott. ROW 3: S. Siegal, M. Sills, C. Simms, B. Sisson, C. Smith, Key Club Leaders Make Good School Ambassadors TOP ROW: S. Wadley, D. Warenberg, E. Warren, R. Waterman. ROW 2: M. Weeks, L. West, J. Whtylaw, J. Williams. BOTTOM ROW: L. Williams, R. Wilson, T. Wolfe, G. Zanovich. NAME TAGS identify Key Clubbers Mack McGuire and Tom Scott, luncheon guests at a regular meeting ofthe Northside Kiwanis Club. Courtesy Club Assistance Provided y Gracious Group FULFILLING their purpose of service to the school, Courtesy Club members served as hostesses for Fresh- man Orientation, PTSA Open Houses, OEA meetings, and Career Day. Members also served refreshments at faculty meetings. A record number of l28 pledges was initiated into the club in September. Once again, Courtesy Club worked closely with Key Club in community proiects and combined efforts for special events. The two clubs helped with the United Appeal Drive, OEA meetings, and Career Day. Cour- tesy Club girls also ushered tor the Ice'Capades, 89'ers baseball games, rodeo, and sold confetti at home foot- ball games. October l, Courtesy Club and Key Club held a pic- nic at Will Rogers Park. Club girls modeled for their mothers and friends at their traditional Mother and Daughter Tea December 9. The annual Courtesy Club Masquerade Ball was January 21 at the Homebuilders Building. Supervising club activities were Mrs. Mollie Mae Davidson, head sponsor: Mrs. Susan McGee, Mrs. Janie Calhoun, Mrs. Lois Clark, and Mrs. Jean Krows. "NOW all you need is Batmanl" exclaims Melissa Maddox, treasurer of Courtesy Club as she examines Marsha Wilson, vice president, in her Robin costume. Other first semester officers preparing for the club's annual Masquerade Ball are Sharon Bronson, asst. treasurer, Sally Brown, president, Ree Ann Solter, secretary, and Lynne Strong, asst. secretary. TOP ROW: A. Ackerman, B. Ahlfeldt, S. Allen, G. Anderson, N. Arnold S. Barfoot, D. Barker, G. Barnes, S. Barnes, M. Barnett, C. Barrett, D. Belcher. ROW 2: S. Berousek, S. Black, D. Bond, C. Bonebrake, J. Bourland, V Bowers, B. Bramble, R. Broadfoot, D. Bronson, S. Bronson, C. Brown, S Brown. ROW 3: S. Burghart, M. Burks, L. Burnett, S. Burns, J. Carpenter 1 L. Carpenter, C. Carter, G. Clark, L. Clark, C. Claunch, E. Claunch, B. Clenney. BOTTOM ROW: S. Clifton, C. Coggins, S. Coggins, M. Collier, G. Collins, P. Collins, C. Cooper, S. Cooper, S. Copley, P. Cowart, B. Cox, K. craig. TOP ROW: P. Cummings, S. Davis, M. Dawkins, J. Donceel, D. Eads, S. Eagin, J. Edmondson, C. Emerson, J. Epperson, K. Fagin, D. Farmer, P. Faigout. ROW 2: P. Finch, D. Finefrock, l. Ford, J. Ford, C. Francisco, A. Funderburk, J. Gates, J. Glass, K. Goldman, T. Green, T. Gregory, C. Geist. Courtesy Club Traditional Knightland I-Iospitalit Is Extended TOP ROW: S. Jarrett, S. Jesee, S. Johnson, K. Kearney. ROW 2: P. Kelcher, D. Kellert, C. Kelly, F. Kennedy. ROW 3: K. Kongs, M. Kufz, D. Lackey, J. Lamb. ROW 4: M. Lane, D. Langston, L. Lanyon, L. Leaf. BOTTOM ROW: S. Lievsay, B. Lisby, J. Little, C. Longley. -Q 1 , . tv .an K ,,'lf4"-s POURING coffee for Their sponsor, Mrs. Mollie Davidson, while serving as hostesses on Career Day are Ree Ann Solter and Sally Brown, first semester Courtesy Club officers. ROW 3: L. Goss, L. Gray, C. Grisham, B. Gustin, D. Hamilton, H. Hamilton, S. Harkins, B: Harley, S. Harris, D. Harrison, S. Hazleton, D. Heuser. BOT- TOM ROW: D. Hill, E. Hodges, C. Hoke, V. Hopkins, M. Hopping, S. Horton, L. Howard, T. Howard, S. Huckabay, B. Husband, F. Jackson, J. Jacobson. TOP ROW: M. Lowe, G. Lundien, L. Lundien, M. Maddox, L. Mannas, T. Manning, L. Martin, P. Mastagni, C. McBride, A. McCoy, B. McCully, P. McDannald. ROW 2: B. McGaughy, C. McGregor, K. McGuire, L. Melton, J. Miller, C. Montgomery, L. Montgomery, C. Moore, M. Morgan, B. Moss, C. Moy, M. Murphy. ROW 3: J. Mythen, T. Neely, J. Noble, J. Norfleet, D. Overbeck, C. Pate, B. Pedigo, S. Petree, L. Phelps, C. Phillips, J. Phillips, K. Pinix. BOTTOM ROW: S. Porter, S. Poulsen, S. Powers, A. Reid, P Reiff, P. Rhodes, N. Rice, G. Riley, C. Roblyer, F. Russell, D. Saied, M. Salathiel. y More Than Three Hundred 'Official Hostesses' TOP ROW: K. Scoggin, K. Sheehan, D. Sheldon, V. Sheppard, G. Simmons P. Singleton, K. Slack, B. Snow, D. Snyder, R. Solter, M. Stacy, S. Stacyl ROW 2: J. Steele, S. Steele, S. Stemm, N. Steph, S. Stephens, P. Stewart, A. Stocker, M. Straube, L. Strong, S. Suggs, L. Tate, S. Tate. ROW 3: P. Taylor, B. Thomas, D. Thompson, M. Thompson, K. Thornton, C. Vanderforcl J. Varner, V. Vaughan, V. Vaughn, P. Wade, M. Walker, M. Washburn. BOTTOM ROW: S. Weaver, S. Webster, J. White, L. White, L. Wilcox, V. Williams, C. Wilson, C. H. Wilson, M. Wilson, M. J. Wilson, D. Young, H. Young. AN IMPORTANT part of the music program is instruction in theory. Director John Platt teaches one full course in addition to units of theory in each class. CRY-SLURS-BOTTOM ROW: M. Lyon, D. Callaway, D. Bodine, S. Hazelton, S. Chaney, K. King, L. Harrison, J. Maier, E. Evans, J. Hester, B. Thrower, J. Wolfe, S. Rutledge, K. McEver. ROW 2: B. Bryant, C. Blakley, P. Brady, C. Sullivan, A. Gatewood, C. Reid, L. Slater, L. Williams, C. Beachboard, L. Lewis, B. Hendry, P McPhail, G. Fant, B. Simonson, S. Morris. ROW 3: P. Wood, T. Wright, T. Stewart, M. French, L. Wetwiska, K. Pollock, S. Kalmon, P. Bray, A. Rainey, D. Hatfield, C Farley, R. Thurman, R. Cleaver, M. Amick, S. Harry. TOP ROW: J. Hendricks, D Thweatt, S. Hatfield, D. Crumby, B. Kilman, H. Drake, J. Cobb, R. Spear, R. Wells, R. Elder, J. Shantz, R. Mote, R. Stoops, Mr. J. Platt, director. COMPOSED of iuiniors, the Girls Sextette, consisting of Barbara Simonson, Denise Bodine, Barbara Bryant, Beth Hendry, Elaine Evans, and Rene Pitt, appeared on numerous programs. E 4, i 4.1 Vocal Music Dedicated Choristers Gain ational Fame WHAT makes room T71 different from any other classroom? "lt is the atmosphere," said Cry-slur Roy Mote, "that is present everywhere in this room and influences most of our outside activities." This influence has produced remarkable results for individual vocalists as well as for choral groups. Following Cry-slurs' concerts in New York last June, tape of their performance was selected for inclusion in a program piped to all fifty states and thirty-five foreign countries. "One of the best in the nation" was the description given of Cry-Slurs by Dr. Douglas McEwin, clinician who rated choirs at the Oklahoma State University Choral Festival December 9. He used the honor chorus for a demonstration closing the clinic. New uniforms were acquired by the Girls Chorus before the fall and spring school concerts. Balanced programs, consisting of traditional classics, ballads, folk-songs and selections from popular modern musi-. cals, were presented. "BET l'll never be able to reach this note," Rene Pitt tells Riley Cleaver as they check out new music to the fifty-seven Cry-Slurs. in., l I V: C GIRLS CHORL3-BOTTOM ROW: K. Rountree, L. Cook, M. French, M. Gass B. Bodine, G. Lingerfelt, J. Pingleton, J. Kalmon, J. Rusche, D. Busby, C. Krosley, M. Ratcliff, L. Smith, M. Spencer, G. Miller, R. Williams, B. Winslow. ROW 2: D. Schriver, B. Neely, L. Barr, D. Hays, D. Parks, D. Williamson we-.. . -- - -V ' K , P. Greenhaw, D. McLarry, T. Clenney, K. Jenks, D. Busch, B. Millar. TOP ROW: T. Hodge, L. Mansell, K. Hamm, G. Collins, T. Wood, C. Clayton, J. Denton, S. Tabor, B. Pierson, P. Proffer, D. Banta, K. McClain, G. Simpson, , G. Gordon, S. Thomas, D. Dick, S. Burleson, C. Cotton. P. Childress, J. Haggard, B. Patterson, T. Beck, G. Lay, M. Thomas, D. Fitz, Girls Chorus Q 0 9 of Sounds of MUSIC L1 V, J k . V as '4 r alan 'X ' RI X 1. ' Xs lf A All Q 'Z' W - X, 1 J ' I , I I 1 L' iii , ' .l h T 6 i 3 l Vkkr is K . . l GIRLS CHORUS-BOTTOM ROW: K. McEver, C. Cupp, P. Rogers, B. Coats D, Todd, R. Warren, K. Blakey, L. Langath, M. Butler, L. Phelps. ROW 2: R Ross, C. Jackson, M. Swartz, M. Salathial, C. Smart, J. Baumgarner, B l -Qc mfs. K 'M X xy 1, t Knights to New Leve I I ,ll, i -:ig 'P ,af 1 ' f ix. 1 l 1 .E , K. Pate, R. Wakefield, K. Hunt, G. Wood, J. Brock, S. Busch, L. Horne, J. . Wolf, K. King. TOP ROW: P. Hinkle, A. Jones, W. Taylor, D. Woods, P. , Brady, D. Fowler, K. Albright, L. Williams, C. Beachboard, K. Henager. Howard, P. McPhail, C. Blakley, K. Steves. ROW 3: T. Phillips, T. Romero, "YOU'RE three steps flar." Rob Elder points out to Bob Kilman, David Hatfield, and Rob Wells, members B - of the boys' quarfefte. Accompanist for ihe popular singing group is Gloria Fant. BOYS CHORUS-BOTTOM ROW: J. Tyner, S. Lorenz, M. Graham, J. Cawthon, Williams, B. Miller, C. Callaway, D. Wilcox. TOP ROW: J. Hall, P. Howell, R. Owens, P. Henley. ROW 2: D. Hendricks, R. Duncan, B. Hutchison, S. R. Davis, M. French, R. Smith, K. Turner. of 1 1 WH L 0 k, ffgz..,,,,t-,lwm ' ' I - 7 l 35.:1,2f:r441rssscf22""ff 1 V: fdff ,L Mg, ,K " 'M ' - 'lilstgg l ,:g, 1' fr fn' awfgiglfff- fl 6'5" ' ,i?tll'f- fast? 1. , Xiffr 2 f- , Cpfglf .gg ,. 101' I yghv, ia? ' A I K X ,Fu 152' 'gf J gi? gifs 3 .ew ll fzrfas- f er, ,arse I fs' 'iff as V? Jars. 'ist J ig., j 1, .,, ,, "ma wi mit . if- Q ,Q fax? AKWQQQ A . 1 4+ as . sf- x V W ,iv ,1,. , fe -t-riff s- ff -. A uf' ' R 'sa Q-gag 4 . flirt.. M it M , A if f'," ,s 317, ' is w-i"w" S395 ri' H , uv .L 992: ,4 gf , ,rx -1 "'.l,' A' Q K . fi. .1 ,t ,sqft ,W 1 ggrfiygllftf, R23-' , , , , M A M ,r . lf A K l' Q? "HQ , N fm' "'- ',f3f".f f ' 9' xg :yy 5 :pf ,s,..1s.sgs,1,5.,,,f, 'ts s Q ,.g,,,l,.g's .a,J :,' Qi' ,-at my sf- jv- A GENEROUS amount of talent, plus concentration and hard work, adds up to success for Beth Hendry, Cry-slur vocalist. SECOND YEAR members of the Oklahoma City Junior Symphony are Melvin Miller, Ken Beck, and Linda Moody. ARRANGING musical scores is part of music theory class assignment for Harold Drake and Madeline Lyon, members of the All-City choir. Band, Orchestra Wide Repertoire Sets Performance Patterns QUALITY of presentation blended the outstanding band and orchestral accomplishments of the 1966-67 season. ln November the two groups presented the first of two formal night concerts for parents and friends. The December concert was highlighted by the coronation of the Band Queen, chosen by band and orchestra members. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter assemblies were made more meaningful with the addition of accompaniment and solo numbers. Bandsmen jour- neyed to the Enid football game where they appeared in halftime ceremonies. Six instrumentalists from Northwest won berths in the All-State Band and Orchestra at the University of Oklahoma in January. Twenty-one Northwest musi- cians were chosen for the All-City Choral festival and five instrumentalists auditioned and were accepted by Wthe Oklahoma City Junior Symphony. V54 . DISPLAYING the first-place trophy won at the State Fair for the third consecutive year are maiorettes Cindy Carter, Cindy Brown, Janie Jacobson, lhead maior- ettej, Marsha Lane, Katie Sheehan, and Sally Steele. PERCUSSION SECTION-FRONT: B, Kitchen, S. Smith. BACK: T. Doughty, D. Leuszler, J. Green, E. Houser. Band 'Polish Through Practice' - Direet0r's Cree TUBAS-J. Trent, E. Hindman, L. Highley. BOOSTING spirit at a football game, Director Art Johnson leads the band. CLARINETS-BOTTOM ROW: T. Birkelf, L. Jefferson, D. King, T. Gibson. ROW 2: J. Melton, C. Newman, S. Schuefz, B. Phillips, M. Palmer. ROW 3: D. Hagstrom, S. Wilmofh, D. Humphrey, S. Kimerer, S. Casady. TOP ROW: D. Davis, M. Thomas, S. Watkins, T. Cobb, V. Gaddy. FRENCH HORNS-BOTTOM ROW: N. Whitehead, J. Braclway, K. Lynch. TOP ROW: B. Holloway, D. Meyer, J. Hugg, B. Spence. OBOES, BASS CLARINETS, SAXAPHONES-BOTTOM ROW: B. Smith, F. Johnson, K. Mc- Cracken. TOP ROW: A. Wright, C. Wilkinson, H. Williams, R. Church. FLUTES-BOTTOM ROW: A, Lee, S. Smivh, B. Bradshaw. ROW 2: M. Helderman, M. Newman, H. Newman, J. Grove. TOP ROW: B. Mustion, P. Sanders, P. Danely, L. Burns. CORNETS 8. TRUMPETS-BOTTOM ROW: H. Whiiehead, D. Stuart, E. Lynn. ROW 2: S. Coleman, D. Amick, D. Orahood, J. While. TOP ROW: M. Perkins, G. Mondie, M. Watkins. BARITONES 8. TROMBONES-BOTTOM ROW: B. JOhnson, G. Cordonnier, J. Littrell. TOP ROW: G. Wood, T. Eaker, T. Mayfield. ll3 BRENDA MUSTION Band Princess LINDA WHITE Band Princess SECLUDED in the practice room, Joyce Grove rehearses her music. MARTHA HELDERMAN Band Queen ORCHESTRA-BOTTOM ROW: J. Hatchett, K. Jones, L. McAmis, M. Hentschel, K. Rogers, L Moody, N. Seaman, D. Mapes. ROW 2: K. Beck L. White, K. Gibson, S. McCollom, S. Smith, A Lee, B. Smith, C. Farley, D. Cooper. ROW 3: K Blaschke, J. Nunn, V. Lutz, R. Haas, E. Bradway M. Palmer, C. Newman, T. Birkett, B. Holloway, D. Meyer, J. Bradway, N. Whitehead, R. Henley TOP ROW: K. Kinsek, C. Longley, B. Berryhill D. Longley, E. Lynn, D. Stuart, H. Whitehead, Tl Eaker, B. Johnson, E. Hindman. if JH' ' L .I 2-fieii gf . f ' - 532543: :ski M5235 A J I 21 1, :K -- I F5 THE CALL to colors, which opens all Northwest assembly programs is ALL-STATE Band and Orchestra ratings were awarded to Dick Leuszler fleftl, given by iunior Howard Whitehead on the trumpet. Johnny Hatchett ftopj, Karen Jones, Ken Beck, Linda Moody, and Dorothy Mapes Orchestra Members Tune Themselves to Peak Performance ii .rg .. E Co ronets Wonderland Createdg Accent Is on ature A REGULAR Sherwood Forest, complete with foun- tains, bridge and flowers, was created by Coronets for Their annual basketball banquet March il at Val Gene's in Shepherd Mall. With the theme "Wonderland by Knights" carried out in program and decorations, Coach Don Van Pool was pictured in the overhanging moon while basket- ball boys were featured as stars. Nameplates adorned miniature flower pots. Cathy Pate, second semester president, emceed the show. Special numbers and skits spoofing basketball players were presented. Coach Van Pool presented players with their letters, and dates ioined members for the dance following the banquet. Coronets ioined with Cygnets for a special halftime show at the Homecoming game. They presented capers at pep assemblies and filled three buses for the trip to the Enid football game. Club sponsors were Mrs. Nellie Ecton, Chead spon- 2 ri..', ' li sort, Mrs. Mollie Mae Davidson, Mrs. Linda Moore. Adams Aharons Ahlfeldt Albright Allen Anderson Armstrong Arnold Bailey Baker Barnes Barnes Barnett Barrett Barron Bauman Beachboard Belcher Belt Benham CORONET OFFICERS-llineelingt Jody Kahn, treas.g CStandingj Sharyl sec., Elaine Claunch, pres., and Cathy Pate, vice pres., prepare for the first Davis, asst. treas., Debbie Finefrock, rec. sec., lSeatedJ Lani Wallin, attend. basketball game of the season by decorating the gymnasium. K. X . TOP ROW:X . enson, P. Benson, J. Bettis, S. Bevins, B. Biggs, R. Birdwell, K, Blakey, B. dine, D. Bodine, D. Bond, C. Bonebrake, M. Boone. ROW 2: B. Boyle, B. Bramble, G. Bredesen, R. Broadfoot, J. Brock, K. Brock, S. Bronson, C. Brown, K. Brown, S. Brown, E. Bryant, G. Buchner. ROW 3: S. Bullard, L. Burnett, S. Burns, J. Burroughs, B. Burrows, D. Burrows, L. Coronets Burton, M. Butler,' L. Calhoun, C. Cameron, N. Campbell, S. Carlton. BOTTOM ROW: J. Carpenter, S. Cheatham, D. Clark, C. Claunch, C. Clayton, C. Clinton, C. Cobb, S. Coggins, J. Colclasure, P. Collins, C. Combs, S. Cooper. - Old, New Projects Highlight Year's Activities J. Cornelison K. Cornelison C. Cornish P. Cotton P. Cowart ,f C. Cowper B. Cox V. Cox C. Crowe P. Cummings ,Z P. A. Danely P. J. Danely L. Danzinger D. A. Davis D. S. Davis is ,,2' J. Davis K. Davis M. Dawkins S. Delancy J. Denton is ? -SM ,, - D. Dickerson J. Doling D. Duncan D. Eacls M! X ,f Z T. Earley K. Eastman K. Easton M. Effinger V. Elespuru B. Emberton C. Emerson D. Ezekiel K. Fagin G. Fair G. Fant K. Farha KN. "live-, . A W-Nw ,N f xxx f Z' I ,fa h V. ' y . My 9 "Q-A NW' .r , J 'C N I E Af" f M- ,ff V T A " K , .- -.21 , f .sez ' -- ., - - ' - ift rif -' ' , ,. ., - , P 4 ' . 2-.2 52155: ll .1 PY' ' a 'Sm 1- - 4 - - ' -sv . ' fig: V- "X, f -4.9K -- -. . - 5:79 A fflfmb ft" - ' ' ,, . -3 5 ' ' .FQ L.. ,J 'ffiiii' xiii 1 -si , :sf I f' ' lim- "Elin T' . ,j , .fi 'f' ' kkll 1 3. !:g:.g-.ig -ff. ,-', k . xxx I R 2 l . P- ,,,-ff" TOP Row. c. Farmer, D. Farmer, B. Fatheree, P. Field, P. Finch, N. Fisher, Heckel, P- Hensch. B- Hensley, J- Henman, J- Hester- T- Higginbotham, K. Fondren, N. Forget, D. Frye, S. Fulmer, A. Gatewood, J. Glass, ROW 2. ROW 4- D- Hill. J- HiNd9S, K- HlNkle, L- Hixon. E- HOCJQSS, D- H0lbI'O0k, K. Goldman, L. Gray, D. Green, P. Greenl-law, T. Gregory, D. Grissom, J. G. Holt, S. Homsey, M. Hopping, J. Horn, S. Hoyt, S. Huckabay, BOTTOM Grove, K. Grube, K. Gullo, N, Hafner, P, Hagan, K, Hamm, RQW 3, J, ROW: C. C. Hulett, C. Hulett, T. Hunsaker, D. Hunt, B. Husband, S. Isaac, J. Hardwick, A. Harley, S. Harris, D. Harrison, P. Hartman, S. Hazleton, S. -lHC0bS0Nf K- Jarchow. 5- JENSEN, 5- JSSSSS, K- JONES, 5- JONNSON- Coronets Fifteen Bus -, -- .-.Q----1-va-Q. . we-gqgnee --P-pf-Q x- .-tzfwawre:zae:fv-f.rff1'i- . -- .,- -f-1 ' .iff 5a ---- m395"'a1wU5'ff1'fS - ew 4: e , J --. . 1 an E m -- Q Q ,,x C . -f . - .. . --... "' - , , an -v 1' W .YV . E l . 3 Q all . .- 3, .-1.5. 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L . 3 ' ' 31 M ' JJ-- -,-' ' ' - ' ff 2 X' . - - "l' .. - . -- ei NN 1 1 ' V L- 'NWT O 'N-4: of f NT f f' Til Gif TOP ROW. K. Kearney, P. Keleher, D, Kellert, C. Kelly, L. Kemp, B. Kendall, N, Lensgraf, C. Lester, D. Lewis, L. Lewis, D.. Lievsoy. BOTTOM ROW T. Kennedy, V. Kerr, S. Kimerer, K. Knesek, L. Koeppe, K. Kongs, ROW 2. B, Lingerfelt, L. Lininger, B. Lisby, G. Little, J. Little, S. Long, C. Longley M. Kutz, D. La Favor, D. Lackey, L. Landgut, B. Lankford, L. Leaf, K. Leflett, B. Lout, D. Loving, C. Lowry, D. Loyd, G. Luper. l TOP ROW: A. Luza, C. Lyne, J. Maier, L. Mannas, M. Marcotte, K. Martin, S. Mason, M. Mathias, C. Maxwell, K. Maxwell, S. Maxwell, C. McBride ROW 2: D. McCoy, B. McCubbin, D. McDannold, B. McGaughy, K. McGuire, B. McHenry, B. McNary, L. McWilliams, J. Medford, L. Melton, B. Merritt, J. Miller. ROW 3: J. Miller, D. Mitchell, D. Mitchell, C. Montgomery, C. Moore, M. Morgensen, S. Morris, B. Moss, C. Moy, V. Moyer, C. Murphy I M. Murphy. ROW 4: S. Myers, J. Mythen, N. Neph, D. Novak, J. Nystrom, C. Ogden, D. Overbeck, P. Owen, J. Pace, S. A. Palleson, S, L. Palleson, S. Palmer. BOTTOM ROW: G. Parker, E. Parrish, C. Pate, C. Patzack, M. Pearson, C. Percival, S. Pefree, A. Phelps, T. Phillips, S. Pike, W. Pike, J. Pulley. .-l L? 'T' ER SEE IN HIGH SPIRITS, Coronets ioin the largest bus caravan ever to travel to an out of town Northwest game. O s TOP ROW: V- Pulliam, C- Ramee, 5- Rafllieft, K- Reding, A. Reid, J. Relsin- M. Smelser, B. Smith, S. Smith, C. Snider, G. Snider, B. Snow, G. Snyder, S. ger, B. Robertson, J. Rogers, K. Rogers, F. Russell, S. Rutledge, C. Saied. Sochor, P. Southard, A. Spaeth, M. Spencer, S. Spielberger. BOTTOM ROW: ROW 21 D- 5a"inSkef K- SaYlef1 L- 5Cl'1Ell, C- 5Cl1miClf, D- SEBFS, L. Self, G- M. Standefer, B. Steer, S. Stephens, D. Stotts, L. Strickland, G. Stroud, C. Shepherd, V. Shumaker, J. Simmons, B. Simonson, K. Slack, B. Slade. ROW 3: Stuart, S. Suggs, B. Summers, L. Tate, S. Tate, C. Taylor. Coronets Anita Captures All-Sports ueen Title for Club TOP ROW: D. J. Thompson, D. L. Thompson, J. Thompson, K. Tigert, A. Tinsley, V. Tonelis, L. Townsend. ROW 2: P. Tubb, C. Vanderford, J. Varner, V. Vaughn, L. Vick, M. Waldrop, A THRU-L I C Y I f , 1 B. Walker. ROW 3: M. Walker, J. West, J. Wilburn, L. Williams, J. Williamson, L. Wilson. ' 6 mlrlule- OFOHG S Cam0l' OF H VIC OVY- BOTTOM ROW: M. Wilson, T. Willoughby, J. Wolfe, G. Wood, D. Yeager, H. Young. FALCONS BOTTOM ROW R. Tester, pres., L. Marr, v. pres., D. Eischen, D. Barrett, M. Stephens K Mitchell TOP ROW W Hock R Kopphn B sec R Miller treas N Coy, parl. ROW 2: D. Hagstrom, C. Ball, D. Denham, Willey, G. Ross, G Bockus Mr Ricks sponsor SUSAN HAZLETON Falcon Queen Esom Pep Rally klts Provlded CATHY GRISHAM Falcon Princess TINA BERTHELOT Falcon Princess BECKY HENSLEY Falcon Princess SHERRY EAGIN Falcon Princess f' wi 'hifi' .fi Q PEP SECTIONS at games feature feverishly-cheering Falcons. Lancers-Falcons Boys Contribute Aid To Traditional Events SINCE NORTHWEST'S opening twelve years ago, Lancers and Falcons have contributed their support to all Knightland activities. Boys sold advertising for athletic programs last August, sold programs at games, and provided enter- tainment at pep rallies. First event on both clubs' calendars was "duc" season, when new members participated in a three- week initiation period. Gary Gilson was chosen Lancer "Duc of the Year" for outstanding performance as a pledge. Combining talents, boys presented a pep rally skit to launch basketball season. A spoof of the upcoming game with Midwest City was featured. Club presidents introduced their queen candidates. Lancers romped to a 20-8 victory in the annual Lancer-Falcon football game December TO on the Knights' practice field avenging last year's loss. Tony Noe scored twice for the Lancers. Annual Christmas formals were highlighted by the coronation of club queens. The Tivoli Inn was the spot selected by Lancers for their December i7 dance, while the Huckins was the choice of the Falcons. ia...-1 . LANCER EMBLEM is admired at the club Christmas dance by Queen Sue Burghart, Max Luper, Perry Duncan, and Ann Elliott. 1 S 5 i L LANCERS-BOTTOM ROW: M. Luper, pres., P. W. Duncan, v. pres., D. Musfain, Mr. Culberf, sponsor. TOP ROW: T. Noe, D. Gossett, C. Saxon, Stuart, sec., P. S. Duncan, treas., B. Cook, duc master, P. Ricks, chapl. J. King, D. Nelson, G. Gilson, Mr. Scott, sponsor. ROW 2: D. Smith, B. Copley, J. Marquardf, M. Heflin, M. Pearson, R. Lancers Gridiron Title Rc-:gained SALLY BROWN Lancer Princeis LINDA HOWARD Lancer Princess CAROL VANDERFORD Lancer Princess M? MALLORY HARTMAN Lancer Princess SUE BURGHART Lancer Queen I24 GATHERING at Shepherd's Mall to decorate for the annual Cygnet banquet honoring the football players are officers ltopl Gloria Lundien, president, Karen Kincaid, vice president, Cathy Davis, secretary, Sherry Eagin, assistant secretary, Janie Phillips, treasurer, and Merlynn Salathiel, assistant treasurer. oem Pep Banquet Motif - 1001 Arabian Knights "lOOl Arabian Knights" was the theme of the an- nual dinner-dance honoring the football team Decem- ber 5 at Val Gene's in Shepherd Mall. Professional football player, Quarterback Don Trull of the Houston Oilers, was guest speaker. He talked about the four D's lDesire, Dedication, Discipline, Discouragementi, a formula for successful living. Coaches presented players with their letters, and dates ioined members for another first at Northwest -a dance on Monday night. A conflict on the school calendar necessitated the shift of the regular Satur- day night event. Cygnets worked since last June to raise money to finance their banquet. Garage sales, bake sales, rum- mage sales were among the money-making proiects. The first week of school Cygnets honored their 165 new members with an ice cream social on the school patio. Old members brought homemade ice cream. ln addition to supporting all Knight teams, Cygnets participated in service proiects, ushered at the Fair- grounds Arena and the theater. They cooperated with other pep clubs in presenting pep assembly skits, and filled three buses for the trip to the Enid game. TOP ROW: A. Ackerman, B. Alaupovic, D. Allen, G. Anderson, D. Alper. ROW 2: N. Arens, C. Armstrong, L. Austin, B. Baber, S. Bacon. ROW 3: P. Bailey, D. Baker, K. Banks, S. Barfoot, L. Baker. BOTTOM ROW: N. Baker, S. Barker, D. Barnett, S. Basore, K. Bays, I TOP ROW: C. Beedle, S. Berousek, C. Berthelot, B. Bettis, T. Biles, K. Binns, S. Black, M. Bond, J. Booth, J. Bourland, V. Bowers, C. Boyclston. ROW 2: J. Bradley, B. Breisch, D. Brightwell, J. Brodnan, D. Bronson, L. Brower, D. Bryant, G. Buchner, B. Bullen, S. Burghart, M. Burks, D. Burnett. ROW 3: Cyg nets oney-Raisin Projects C. Cooter D. Cordell C. Cornell T. Cornish S. Coy K. Craig S. Craig J. Crowe D. Cunningham C. Cupp D. Daniels D. Darr A. Davi's C. Davis J. Davis l P. Davis T. Davis B. Delano D. Dick N. Dishman L. Burns, D. Burton, K. Burton, S. Busch, D. Callaway, D. Campbell, P. Carman, L. Carpenter, L. Carrington, C. Carter, D. Castle, M. Christopher. BOTTOM ROW: G. Clark, S. Clay, B. Clayton, K. Clevenger, C. Cochran, C. Coggins, J. Cole, M. Collier, G. Collins, G. J. Collins, G. Conner, C. Cooper. Finance Annual Dance J. Donceel C. Drilling C. Dugger K. Dunn M. Easterday J. Edmondson J. Ehrlich D. Elliott S. Ellsworth J. Epperson J. Erwin J. Farmer 5. Fern G. Fezler . P. Fields C. Finefrock R N 1 1 TOP ROW: B. Flatt, R. Fleming, I. Ford, J. Forester, S. Forester, S. Franks, S. Freeney, A. Funderburk, M. Gardner, J. Gates, S. Geiser, C. Geist. ROW 2: S. Gholston, F. Gilbert, L. Goss, C. Gray, P. Green, T. Green, T. Green- haw, A. Grey, C. Grisham, C. Hack, G. Hafen, J. Haggard. ROW 3: B. Hale, L. Halter, H. Hamilton, S. Harkins, B. Harley, S. Heare, K. Hellen, D. Cygnets Spirit Award Renewed, l l l i e l He-user, K. Hewes, J. Hildebrand, D. Hollingsworth, L. Holt. ROW 4: V. Hop- kins, S. Horton, D. Hosek, E. Houser, L. Howard, T. Howard, P.'Hudson, C. Hughes, P. Hughes, D. Hunter, D. Husband, E. Jackson. BOTTOM ROW: J. Jacobson, S. Jarrett, J. Jayne, K. Jenks, B. Johnson, J. Johnson, L. Johnson, L. Johnson, M. Just, B. Kamensky, M. Kashner, M. Keesee. Presented Linda Moy l El . r s E l 5 l TOP ROW: B. Kelley, C. Kelley, K. Kelsey, D. Kendell, F. Kennedy, C. Leech, D. Leskela, C. Lessly, S. Lester, L. Lewis, S. Lievsay, G. Lingerfelt. Kerschner, B. Ketchum, K. Kinard, G. Kirchner, N. Klinkevich, B. Knop, C. BOTTOM ROW: B.' Lippert, L. Lippoldt, B. Long, D. Long, D. Longley, L. Knop. ROW 2: M. Kosted, J. Lamb, M. Lane, D. Langson, L. Lanyon, D. Lowe, M. Lowe, S. Lowe, L. Luckhart, L. Lundien, G. Lundon, K. Lynn. l TOP ROW: M. Machulis, M. Maddox, J. Maguire, T. Manning, L. Mansell, Moore, M. Morgan, L. Moy. ROW 4: M. Murphy, S. Marchman, M. Markham, J. Marshall, L. Martin, R. Maupin, J. Maxwell, Neill, S. Newell, S. Newman, J. Noble, J. Norfleef, M. McCarty. ROW 2: R. A. McCoy, L. McCullough, C. McDonald, K. McEver, C. McGregor, M. Mclntire, R. McKinney, P. McPhail, C. Meacham, L. Meek, L. Meriwether, J. Merrirr. ROW 3: C. Metheny, D. Meyer, J. Milburn, G. Miller, K. Mitchell, L. Montgomery, J. Morris, D. Moses, M. Moore, P. D. Odom, J. Olson. BOTTOM ROW: H. Otlerson, Parker, M. Parks, A. Parrish, B. Pedigo, K. Penn, Phillips, J. Phinney. Neal, T. Neely, C. Northrup, S. O'Dell, Owen, P. Pack, B. Perry, D. Pehy, C. Friendships Bloom, Grow at Club Gatherin s A RED flag on the play-Cygnets anxiously await ihe referee's decision. ' l27 TOP ROW: D. Pierce, J. Pingleton, K. Pinix, V. Pontious, L. Porter, S. Porter, S. Poulsen, S. Powers, P. Proffer, K. Pruet, M. Quinn, S. Quinn. ROW 2: B. Rathien, L. Reeves, P. Reiff, P. Rhodes, N. Rice, J. Ringwald, M. Robinson, K. Robison, C. Roblyer, T. Rose, D. Saied, D. Schier. ROW 3: Cyg nets C. Schilb, A. Schneider, K. Scoggin, J. Shaw, K. Sheehan, D. Shelden, K. Shirley, D. Sibechi, C. Singerman, J. Singleton, P. Singleton, L. Slater. BOTTOM ROW: C. Smart, A. Smith, L. Smith, M. Smith, S. Smith, M. Smoot, D. A. Snyder, D. S. Snyder, R. Solter, R. Southard, M. Spencer, M. Stacy. Gloria Serves as Head All-School C eerleader TOP' ROW: K. Staten, J. Steele, S. Stemm, N. Sheph, R. Stephens, S. Stephens, C. Stephenson, P. Stewart, G. Stotts, L. Strong, J. Stuart, C. Supplee. ROW 2: S. Suttman, P. Taylor, S. Taylor, B. Thomas, D. Thomas, P. Thomas, D. Thornton, K. Thornton, P. Tuel, K. Turnell, L. Turney, D. Vavera. ROW 3: Y. Vick, P. Wade, M. Walker, S. Walker, S. Webster, L. West, S. Wheeler, L. White, J. Wiles, J. Williams, R. Williams, C. A. Wilson, Bottom ROW: c. J. Wilson, D. Wilson, J. Wilson, M. J. Wilson, M. K. Wilson, S. Wolff, J. Wolfley, J. Wyant, D. Yoes, D. Young, W. Younge, A. Zeldenthuis. Court Jesters Girls Polish, Perfect Cheering Techniques ONE HUNDRED-FIFTY girls interested in learning Techniques of cheerleading and crowd control met every other Monday under The direction of school cheerleaders. They were taught acrobatics, hand springs, and The Techniques of presenting cheers by The seven cheer- leaders who won first place for The seventh straight year aT The August cheerleading clinic aT OU and first place Tor The sixth year in a row in state competition last fall. One of The most important Court Jester events was The selection of B and C squad cheerleaders. Appli- cants Tried out before the club and were graded and selected by cheerleaders. Three girls and an alternate were chosen for each team. Class representatives were picked from each of The Tour classes. Club members cooperated with other groups in pre- senting skits for pep rallies. They led chants in The halls before school on mornings of games. AT The beginning of each sports season, girls pre- sented players Toys symbolizing The sport as The boys were introduced aT pep assemblies. TOP ROW: A. Ackerman, G. Adams, G. Anderson, N. Arnold, C. Armstrong, B. Baber, C. Bailey, K. Banks, D. Barnett, C. Barrett, M. Baxt, V. Belt. ROW 2: K.-Benson, P. Benson, B. Biggs, S. Black, M. Bond, J. Bradley, G. Buchner, D. Burton, L. Burton, C. Cameron, N. Campbell, S. Clark. ROW 3: C. Claunch, S. Clay, C. Cochran, G. Collins, P. Collins, C. Combs, C. Cooter, Q N Tx a- D l .. if 1' T - .nf 'ilk 1. . 55553 . INSTRUCTING the instructors is Gloria Anderson, Court Jester chairman. Other officers who direct club activities are Clettb Anita Spaeth, ftopj Barbara Baber, Suzanne Martin, lbottomj Margaret Baxt. Not pictured are Pam Wright and Chris Finefrock. Anita serves as vice chairman, Suzanne, secretary, Pam, Treas- urer, Chris, Barbara, and Margaret, sergeants-at-arms. ' dass.. 15.21 Q SY 3-44 r T it .., R :J Q .- . V .. xg. . '11 -. - ' ,f ., V lr I f .. .. 4 ,gy ' i . - .J--'Y ' l ' '-6:45 .fzrg .1 f 2+ K , i s s gf I n 5 . W 1 . ,g ,cv is U iisiftiv ZW .:-.. ' .,s. T., gf ' X S ,L X .A-ve. -lg! -. :37!...'w ..g, -5' 1 , j,,Qf5 .. T --lr 1 .V A1LA if D. Cunningham, D. Darr, K. Davis, B. Delano, E. Easton. ROW 4: C. Fine- frock, D. Fitz, K. Fondren, S. Fulmer, F. Gilbert, T. Gilmore, C. Gray, D. Green, T. Green, T. Greenhaw, K. Gullo, J. Haggard. BOTTOM ROW. B. Harley, S. Holt, S. Hughes, J. Jacobson, C. January, S. Jessee, L. Johnson, K. Jones, P. Jones, B. Kamensky, K. Kearney, P. Keleher. EXTRA arms help! Laura Melton and Susan Black assist Terry Green in perfecting a back walkover. Court Jesters Extended Practice Grooms Future Cheerleaders TOP ROW: C. Kelly, B. Knop, D. Langston, D. Leech, K. Leflett, B. Lippert, S. Long, D. Longiley, D. Loving, 'M. Markham, K. Martin, S. Martin. ROW 2 J. Maxwell, B. McCubbin, C. McDonald, C. McGregor, L. Melton, N. Meriwether, J. Miller, C. Montgomery, C. Moore, C. Patzack, S. Pike, L. Porter. ROW 3: B. Rathien, J. Ringwald, B. Robertson, T. Rose, C. Saied, C Schmidt, A. Schneider, G. Simmons, J. Singleton, M. Smoot, C. Snider, A. Spaeth. BOTTOM ROW: N. Steph, R. Stephens, S. Suggs, C. Tolley, V. Vaughn, P. Wilson, M. Wilson, P. Wright, S. Yates, D. Yoes, L. Younge, W. Younge. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Charlton, Mrs. Findly, sponsors, G. Lundien, K. Kincaid, sponsors, P. Duncan, G. Anderson, E. Claunch. BACK ROW: Mr. Scott, M. Wilson, Mrs. Ecton, sponsor. ROW 2: Miss Pazereskis, Mrs. Willingham, sponsor, M. Luper, B. Bontly, B. Tester. Ep Council Committees Compile New Poster Policies COORDINATING the efforts of the pep clubs in establishing and maintaining school spirit and good sportsmanship was the purpose of the Pep Council. Membership consisted of voting delegates: pep club presidents, their head sponsors, and spirit chair- man of Student Council, non-voting members: editor of athletic program, 'O' Club president, head cheer- leader, representative from each sport, and a repre- sentative from each of the four pep clubs. After considerable discussion, Pep Council com- mittee members compiled a new list of rules for spirit poster policies. Obiectionable posters were banned, and new restrictions placed on approval regulations. Members of the Council composed the committee which compiled the school athletic programs. Separate groups worked on various sports sections. Responsibility for checking the format for pep rallies and assemblies was delegated to the Council. Following these events there was careful evaluation and recommendations for changes by members. New cheerleading uniforms and proposed cheers were screened and approved by the Council before being introduced to the student body. I 'PIN the Pirates!" Pep Council members Bob Tester, Marsha Wilson, and Elaine Claunch put finishing touches on a spirit poster before the Putnam City game. l s X, POISED for the start of a practice relay race, Knight UP-UP-IN! steve Mitchell bags a goal with Redskin mermaids listen for the coach's whistle. Larry Kitchens ready to snatch the ball. xx ,mmm HARDLY a handful for heavyweight Tom Brady are All-City wrestling champs Neil Choate and John Reeves. Reeves also won the state crown. + 4 I. l A H :Jinx I .1'.fL'f xg' .'12t.f,. 15.511-:Z-'fffc?rr5'f 0 4 4 I Q ,V L . 1:1:1:khf9"4'ff "'-'rw ' 1 4-fag' i H 'gtg A-NH ji.: If 'n'e'4'l'Il'..l'li't'x 11: . ,UNI 'W "'f"l'v'-HI! ' " " r 1 " ,','t1"f1'nnv+1i1f+ titff '1' L" ' 'mln' 'ii lpiolgl ixlslalwlziwitlxl I.:-'t" it W. 1' vsyrovfyzsatrgsQaqnelkflgxfu AWHHQN All-'qyflrllljflifxillif' 3-,Kl'Mt"bl!il-i1'E?tll' Martin 1. A5-gniiu,,u4v i.,'.5r'.',l,',lq'a'iigf,Ypleeitfm "fi, lvl' N 'xl ' lmlnleielfifilsi 1fen4vlAtt" ., H. U ivfank Xfmnlntnurqvltinyf yi M A41!l'1Rlf1ilK'll'i95f f:metw"1'!l!!'l'itl'til- 't"4tl'ltitlii'I"v" fs'!a:: 'ist 'Q 1 :ln ' als x tlfllleitir i rl! 1 ff t! ,wee a,tsis,:,l'1xiitltlt,' ' t Usilillth tf:l5n'z,s,: Sjliyl nhfwf ."v,',l,i,t ,O MQ- .. t .- f . L ' t 'l f 6 'Ai . at A .M . A. I , i ..3', "'fZ?jf,. x LW -x 55 J-1 'if A .. yi 2. wi . X4 We ll K Q xl . xx . I Challenge gc Competition Sports Friday night-a ball game! Tension mounts, Battle cries ring out, The code of sportsmanship need not be verbalized, A common medium of expression results from team play. Boys 'O' Club elects l '67 All-Sports ueen THE BOYS' "O" CLUB annually nominates five senior girls for All-Sports Queen. Competing for the 1966-67 title were Anita Spaeth, Gloria Anderson, Marsha Lane, Janie Jacobson, and Pam Wright. After an all-school election, Anita was crowned queen by "O" Club president, Steve Lowell, at the Homecoming assembly October 26. Q81 ANlTA SPAETH MARSHA LANE All-Sports Queen Princess of Tennis, Golf and Cross Country PAM WRIGHT GLORIA ANDERSON JANIE JACOBSON Princess of Basketball Princess of Football Princess of Swimming and Track and Baseball and Wrestling I34 f ANTICIPATING the half-time crowd at the concession stand, "O" Club officers ready to work are K. Vrooman, v. pres., P. Cotter, sec., S. Lowell, pres., S. Wilson, chapl.g and J. Grasley, sgt.-at-arms. "O"-Club Lettermen Set Goals BOYS' "O" CLUB, composed of boys who earned a letter in at least one sport, initiated 22 lettermen December i7-22. Another initiation was held in the spring. Club members sold mistletoe before Christmas and shared operation of the concession stands with the Girls' "O" Club. Proceeds financed service projects and social functions. Plans were made to offer a schol- arship to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes' camp. ' ' . , ...,.. Q , . ' - 1 . Wi ' ' 1- ' - Q- 1 .- . r " -. . :I A . i' f 1- Q . . . ,,,, .r,l.,, . 1 . ii., 5- .1 -. - A I Wg.: . .3 r V Maris w s Q x If a f mf f bi X 1 21. - ' A -. ,,' L f . A z ., ..,,,J':,g1.li 355. . :..,,...,-5 - q . . . . -- a. f 5 . f w, ,fifgcfjg '- .,r' . . I H 1 s"' 11- S ' U ' '- ...V ' H ff.- SF' N .- F - 2. .'l::-- 1. ., - '- , or fr J 1- -- f lxrk r, I I f . .. I 1. .1 .1 .:., 1, J ...i ..' N 1- F.: Q . ei. aw. . A-. ss ... sr- ' 'Q'-11 ' i y ... ,k-- -is L A l, I K - - 5,1 " L - -- tw , A - S " .iw i .- . v rf' fir A ' ,-. s it if q H ' f . 4 . ' f l A . - i S 5- - ' 5 . - . " ' 'Ki' ' 'V-'f .f i sss, w L 1 . S if T , r liz! Ei. 777321, .- M i: 52 L, ,si 8,1 . . if E -up ,. , -- ,. ..,- ' , K .iz Q If TOP ROW: M. Ackerman, F. Allen, M. Anderson, M. Ash, P. Bailey, J. Bell. ROW 2: K. Blair, T. Brady, K. Brawley, P. Bray, D. Browning, D. Brummitt. ROW 3: D. Bryant, B. Bunch, K. Carnahan, J. Carter, B. Cheatham, E. Cody. ROW 4: M. Cody, M. Cook, C. Corey, N. Coy, B. Croasdale, L. Crosley. BOTTOM ROW: D. Daniel, J. Dewey, P. Duncan, T. Eaker, R. Elder, L. Elliott. TOP ROW: J. Ellis, B. Fairchild, S. Flynn, B. Gallop, J. Gilbert, M. Grimes, P. Haffner, A. Harper, B. Horrigan, D. Horton, P. Hudson, S. Jerome. ROW 2: J. Jones, E. Kardokus, M. Keim, F. Kellert, D. Kolher, J. Larimore, M. Lovegrove, K. Lytle, M. McCarty, M. McCreary, F. McGregor, M. McGuire. ROW 3:' S. McNeill, M. Merchant, G. Mahagan, S. Metheny, J. Musgrave, D. Nuckolls, T. O'Toole, J. Perkins, A. Pitzer, S. Plumbtree, D. Polk, J. Reeves. ROW 4: M. Riddles, B. Ridley, D. Rose, J. Schantz, M. Schnetzler, C. Shepard, T. Simonson, H. Sonderegger, L. Sparks, B. Spaulding, M. Sutter, E. Teague. BOTTOM ROW: B. Trummer, B. Tucker, S. Wade, J. Walkup, D. Warnberg, S. Wheeler, J. Whytlaw, R. Woodward, G. Wilson, J. Williams, S. Wilsey, T. Wolff. l35 VARSITY--FRONT ROW: K. Carnahan, M. Keim, D. Polk, E. Cody, S. Choate, M. Ackerman, N. Choate, C. Perkins. SECOND ROW: B. Wagner, L. West, B. Gallop, K. Blair, S. Holloway, P. Hudson, J. Ellis, R. Woodward, P. 2: , .1-A, .:ftg,.z,.,4,-,f.,ff :fff,.,:.u,s:sg.s..Ms, f15,-e:..1g,f1,Wq-gg, If ,,.ff--.--ffg,,s.,,,.:,3.,.,. ,.,-.,,.,f.,.1.5.,.. f,-f , . ,, ,.. , ly.,-f,.. I , ,..,.l,.f,.- V rf ' '- ., ., , 54fr,ms.,..q - f . rf.,,.,--4, . - , ,,, . f ....-,f,v,..u,.4-,Z-,, , 11' swiss-re-l,-+ D -, ff L - -sfwvi 5, .f.f.-,,---.wwms.-,--.,,.:..f'fff.,.,,2-'1v'fW3-fiNeff:--"-.ULf' 5Yf.f::.r:,f-six , , , .. , 4 l ,. f. . . V 57. . U39 x -r f "" "" - ' . V , .... . - V. - 5 1,57 -V I ',12gk,f-,z-g5,:,g5,af--...K., ,.5::,fa:w5,...e:::r K., Rosenberg. THlRD ROW: E. Kardokus, J. Grasley, A. Harper, B. Fairchild, D. Horton, S. Wheeler, F. Yeagley, M. Grimes, J, Schantz. TOP ROW: F. mm Explosive Grid quad SPORTING the Third best season in school history, Northwest gridmen, under the direction of new Coach Dean Choate, posted a. 7-2-l season and tied Midwest City for second place in Mid-State Conference ratings. Halfback Steve Choate led State Class AAA in scoring with i9 touchdowns and a total of ll6 points while breaking the school scoring record. He was named Conference and City "Back of the Year" by . f ,.,.. W.. V H ..,,.., 3 . .J -Jfiilzfi H l-- " X,-4f3:ZQ5ri,Q if . ,f:,-.s.,- .... ,- ..:.,,..-,LL , if g 5 1- ,.ex.gf',.sf.,,g:i.,1Q?:.w-'fx gyzw. ' f- -, ,,..,. ,,g,.,fg4?.,.,..,., .,,.,': 7,,. , H . .,.. sportswriters a nd coaches. , . . r l.l- . 1 ,"f--"f,-f. .,.. ' '- . . :" 'K ,, . .,s51.,f.-, wr.. . fir L. - ' , . . f ,. . ., f ' ' ' , ,N.-:Jef-rz':f'f"-'iw'z ' .- r . rssl f 'wif' , . .. Y .. 'f fs ,. -- r N- f,-Ti", ., -NYC" 'T H -.ll '- '--' g ' . .. L, ,, .. ,,,. , 5 ,,,, 5 4 ' f . , ., , . .,,.. ,...,, . ,, .. .,.. . .,.,. ,. ,.,.,, , ,.,,.,.,...,,. ,,.. ..,,...,.., , ....,. ...... , - .--. . .,,,,.,,...., . , .,.. .... . ,, ,,.. g ,W ,, rr-4 ,. . ,. M, , , ...Q-eff 4 f ' " ' f " '---5.1-:.. - -- ess-fz1.l, 154' fr " M.,-,, W- , is ,-,, . ,..f .w,,,..,..,v, f .-.., . 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The Bomber's try for an extra point was blocked on a surge by Earl Cody and Jim Grasley. After being upset by John Marshall the last three seasons, Northwest obtained revenge by romping over the Bears 43-O. Halfback Choate scored on runs of 42, I, and 20 yards, and Harper tallied on rollout scampers of three and four yards. The- first Knight score was set up on a fumble recovery by Mack McGuire. Placekicker Keith Blair kicked five straight MIKE MCCREARY CHARLES PERKINS End Linebacker ALL-CONFERENCE Al-I--CONFERENCE ALL-METROPOLITAN BARNEY HORRIGAN JIM SCHANTZ Halfback End ALL-CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE LEONARD WEST STEVE CHOATE Guard Halfback ALL-CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE ALL-CITY ". . . IS my tie straight?" Coach Dean Choate seems Al-L'METROPOl-WAN to be asking Mike McCreary as the team appears. Al-l-'STATE mii- 1..1 ...11.f111.s141ge1fi51.11 fg1e:egz1...' . Q1 11.-as 11 .1 1. .. .. i1 . 1 11. 1..1111.11..-11...11..a1.a 1 . ,,,,.. s1,.. .,.. . 1 1 , g.s1E..11.. 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Holding the General offense to a -3 passing and zero rushing yardage, Northwest set the stage for the all-important Enid game by rolling over Grant 42-O. Phil Hudson and Choate tallied twice for the Knights, while Fred Yeagley and Jim Schantz scored once. De-l fensive halfback Steve Holloway blocked a General punt out of the end zone for a safety. 1 In a tremendous defensive battle, Enid edged the Knights 6-O on their way to conference and state championship. The Plainsmen scored with 41 seconds! remaining in the game before a crowd of l0,000. It 1 was a "heartbreaker" for the title-hungry Knights. l The Shawnee Wolves traveled to Taft Stadium for Northwest's homecoming October 28 and were de-l N DESPITE the efforts of Steve Holloway 1141, Mike McCreary 1311, Charles Perkins i321 and Earl Cody 1131, Midwest City quarterback John Murphy scores the tying touchdown against the Knights in a crucial 6-6 conference contest before the largest home crowd of the season. or 'Back of Yearf ecord for TD's feated 27-14 in a conference battle. Grasley scored two touchdowns, the first on a 16-yard run after a fumble recovery on the opening kickoff by Cody. Choate and Hudson also scored touchdowns for the hosts. Putnam City shut out Northwest 18-O as Pirate quarterback, Rick Worley, completed 11 passes for 118 yards. Barney- Horrigan stopped the first Putnam City drive with an interception in the Knight end zone. Steve Choate tallied five touchdowns and rushed for 210 yards as Northwest outlasted upset-minded Douglass 41-28 in the final game of the season for both clubs. interceptions by Cody and Horrigan set up touchdowns, and the Knights earned their seventh victory of the season. EYEING an opening is Jim Grasley C301 as he sets sail for a sizeable gain against' the Bombers with Al Pitzer i501 and Leonard West leading the blockers. 34? i ..f. , I 5 Q Z1: We iv ' ufkgwx K " f K, ,ky kk W in In rsvp., L ,C . ., , to 1 R P . sff"'1m--, i 'i ,:', i . -13 rg in " fl' I A Q 4- W L M I .qt ,f film? 4 'K getty: T 7 r Q3 ...J X A . M Y 'rg if L , .1w""" 1. 2-' , Y .V V M ,A N A 1 . Jgifftft 1A1-' ,.Vkk , ka RV Q' X i ' ?5 , " . . . . , tifffj"'.:,. . V ll 1 , f . air rf I . - x L tx , L, V W nth . .if MCP- A -Q ipgjf n . X - . . Ng5'g'rHWg5.A mf . H I CX martial , 1 Q ElU42.A..?m galijs , .V mi ,... - k. vfY.Nw...X, ' F561 ggd FIWBAU mr-,, A ' Q rf... - N' --V. riiz Q Q, 4' ' Q , V ..x. , r' 1 W R., I V Tl, X 5. , . Vkrrk, . s. .. ,.,,.. --- My , -..,n . MLW: K ' .,., ,,. ,, 1 , 'L 'J g JUNIOR VARSITY-FRONT ROW: B Nigh, R. Pope, S. Leveridge, D. Jenson, G. Ritter, B. Clark, J. Swartzendruber, P. Defee, R. Brown. ROW 2: R. Bailey, L. Nigh, R. Cleaver, C. Laird, C. Shepard, D. Clark, D. Huskey, R. Mythen, R. Emerson, R. Vann, R. Helton. ROW 3: J. French, P. Hensch, B. THROWN for a loss by Paul Rosenberg is Midwest City quarterback Mike Reid as Marc Funk C705 and Bobby Irwin C252 come up to help in the Knights' 8-6 win. .5 mn: , fiLT3s.L Irwin, B. Fleetwood, R. Hurt, S. Peck, M. Kent, W. Eason, L. Marshall, J. Moxley, G. Ritter, J. Abney, A. Langley. TOP ROW: R. Harvey, D. McRae, R. Cherry, M. Funk, A. Sykes, K. Blair, B. Johnson, Coach W. Wilhite, D. McFarland, D. Pock, J. Baker, B. Held, L. Murray. B-C Quads Y High Scoring 'Bees7 Double For-:S9 Points' B AND C-SQUAD teams lost only two games each as the Junior Varsity posted a 9-2 win-loss season, and the Little Knights raced to the City Junior High championship with an 8-2 record. Accumulating 232 points to their opponents' 106 count, Coach Wilson Wilhite's B-team won decisive victories over Central, Harding, and John Marshall. Leading the Knights' charge were iuniors Butch Held and Curtis Shepard, anchoring the line were iuniors Jim Baker, David Clark, and Dan Huskey. De- fensive standouts were Bob Irwin, Jim French, and Mark Kent. Despite dropping their opening and closing games, the C-squad, coached by Tom Erwin and Rusty Pal- mer, finished ahead of all other City iunior high teams, scoring 256 points to their opponents' 58. Top scorers Steve Harris and Kreg Blair, eighth graders, boosted their totals with two touchdowns apiece in the 40-12 rout over Classen. The offensive line was led by Gary Finley and Kent Loeffler. Defensive standouts were Harry Curtis, Ed Murar, Greg Brand, and Jack Rowten. ,-- llif lia-J- , A..,A . ,.,, .au-Egg..--w,,i-M....,,,,,. . - -kk,k 5- ,f,,3,,gi,-w5--L.,-l-x 4, I ,,mf...w 15- .,,la.:a-M.. .A-- - .gq.gw.sl:s.llg.lfwg'-maxfl-ffg.1fz:'2 f :- ' 1 " , l . - . ll-.. - l f - f- -A-M. iv, f,fall.ll.--.wp wa-1 Nfl... .,,A. 2 f S fm--f-illzwgf. ' - - - -, .,,,.. , l l V , v,.v,, , ILS? 15531.71 -IGEQEA -pg, .J . yy- e lil- iifiisfiilfff :El - ff? - f Q .. L '," ', f li m 1' ' h K:.' . . J .J .l., alll. J - - .34 -l-,a ---al -l-. l l ,.., ..-- Zm' , fff,ff l .... ll.,...ll--Q-.....,,,5,,f ,,,,f. -ffl.: -f--, .. - '- ,,, ...sy fggllflwfllgigil'-W all--J. ll-:fl .luv-f - '--' -1 lf- li . ,."-xi'--2llsfiwiilagfflilsa5lalss?,ggJl.J-eil-el, .5-Q, ,g,g,fi',,g,l -, ',-,ll--33-5 ggfl- ...rj -- - r,.....l,,,,.,mg- .,,A. 6--lf-.z ,.,k, ,., ,k., ,H Vk,, I V. -,, kk,V.. ,N . h,-A--fff lg-fl--.f A.,, .lf--ll.-2-f-. ,..., -V , .. W---f , I ,-.,,, L,V,, 5g,,,,..,,. .,.,, ..,,, ,...,,. . - Z.-Q f,-- l fl l a l f . -J Jai . ll, J 5 Ca - 2 lli ll - -- ,iai B Q lfifi0,lllf?ff5i K l i - ,- . - -2 . lfxii 1-kk f IN the second win of the season over John Marshall, end Jim Baker C855 snags a pass from Quarterback Paul Rosenberg in the Knights' 26-B victory over John Marshall. J. : lf we 11,2 ,lf ' 1- 5,2 ,Q .. ,, lst:-salafl,.-TFifKQWWQ-Y2.gs.-ii1J,zH,' "Nfl-ia? ...---fl.-.- , l - Y? f' EH- 5 43, :L--5. ,. e E 2 ,S lallr fn Wm l . ,. J l fl . He -. - - Q - , l J ,,,, 'fi' J X 1 'L y 'J' A . Q V 'I , 4.3 M 'f.A lg , I A .,'l N ,J-A V .ZA l f , i . ig, , X 1, J Vg, f - F . X. , -5 15 J l - 2 J J ,,,,,, A T ' l l ff T' J if J l l -k'l- .K ,,zW K I kllk ll'kl K y J lf , l Q W U 'A J l C-SQUAD-FRONT ROW: D. Simonson, D. Samara, J. Burks, K. Fairchild, S. Blair, S. Effinger, B. Howard, B, Winston. TOP ROW: S. Booth, S. Smith, Rayburn, D. Hall. ROW 2: J. Lindsay, K. Gibson, R, White, T. Thompson, G. Finley, E. Cuker, K. Phinney, J. Coury, J. Rowten, S. Harris, R. Brown, J. Humphrey, J. Cooley, J. Parnell, c. Wells, la. Gary. Row 3. G. Brand, lc. G- Cherry, M- Johnson, C. Merz, C. Fezler, D. Wallis- NOT PlCTURED-B- Loeffler, H. Curtis, B. Sims, R. Vaughn, T. Geist, E. Murar, B. Bishop, K. Harper, S. Veatch, R. Thompson. , CROSS COUNTRY-FRONT ROW: M. Riddles, B. Trummer, S. McNeill, J. Perkins, K. Vrooman, M. Schnetzler, D. Browning, S. Flynn. ROW 2: D. Rose, B. Shelton, B. Benedict, M. Weeks, W. Pralle, M. Martin, J. Taylor, J. Bell, a A . 3-w,.,.teI?gfa MW . '- . , ,, -:.f,axg:s:g:.f:4.,gi- - -' 1 ' ' K' ' if ...r-fffflififiwiitax' A ' if QM P 5-4 ffff "Y M w ,g:,,,,,,,,kf.gQ r . ' .Q A tn- ,.,. A -Q . ' T , PASSING a Capitol Hill runner on a turn is Dan Browning as John Bell catches up f M. Lovegrove. TOP ROW: Coach R. lrwin, D. Rasmussen, B. Stoldt, J Harris, M. Davis, R. McClung, B. Wilson, P. Gritz. M My ity Champs Snap W Winning Streak COACH REX IRWlN's harriers climaxed the season by finishing second in the city race behind U.S. Grant. The Knights ended the season with a 3-2 dual record and placed second in their only triangular meet. Sweeping their first three duals of the year against Putnam City, John Marshall and Capitol Hill, the leather-lungers' winning streak was snapped at eight by Grant, 30-25. In Mid-State Conference action, Jim Perkins and Ken Vrooman paced the Knight delegation by finish- ing the two-mile in 9:44, breaking the school record, with Perkins a step ahead of Vrooman. Northwest fini-shed third behind Grant and Enid as the Plains- men's Ronnie Maiors placed first with a time of 9:22 over the Fairgrounds' course. The Knights trailed the Generals in their attempt to gain the city trophy for the second year in a row, 27-65, as Vrooman finished sixth in 10:36. With approximately 70 entrants entered in the Class AA competition at the Oklahoma Baptist University meet, Perkins led the Knights by covering the three miles in l7:O4. The team finished second among the city schools that were running. X Earning letters were Perkins, Vrooman, Steve Mc- Neill, Buddy Trummer, David Rose, Dan Browning, Steve Flynn, Marty Schnetzler, Mike Riddles, John Bell and Mike Lovegrove. 1 2 9 L Hu rx 5 l iii l X 'Q 4. km. . STRAIN of a stiff race is shown by Ken Vrooman as he nears the finish line. ..--...a TEAM strategy is discussed by Coach Rex Irwin before the upcoming State Meet. A - , ' ' ff. 'sf -as Q L--:law--2,Hs21z..f:s-,-YQMisiszffiilfi, ' fl:-if fi? M45 7if4S?5f51QQi5??'.'L'f?iifCs87v'-E-iE'." Yqglfl-:Vg,-74'lmlgrll.KWSN-45:Z5il?5FqlS7:2wii:,-kiilf'I:',,I' f iii" :iEilfill??.E3X??a1g3?3v,,'Y":E?i-ff!!X'll-Y-Wil'-57l7..i3ii M . f r V . ,, ' - . 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Wilson, S.Mi1chell, T. Eaker G Mahagan mgr Sutter. ROW 2: S. Holloway, J. Swartzendruber, M. Rogers, P. Bailey, P. T. Wolff, mgr., B. Kerns, mgr. Spaulding, S. Jerome, B. Emmert. BACK ROW: Coach Clay Davis, Coach TRAPPED between Capitol Hill's John Jewell C341 and Carl Benton, Jim Swartzendruber battles for a loose ball. VARSQTY RECGRQQI6 5 R NWC NWC .i.i N WC ,Q 1 flifs' NWC. lieiss l e.i, we Q :Wir lun -4 4-nfs V, , , , i . . ., gi ":fiY'f -pf- NWCJQ lllll R521 'A ' 'wi-ssl ll'- , .wel E: :fem-.alai , - , .ff:,M:w:: .fs aes, . , ra 1f:--:am--f::::: :az uf, se, .ei S.. ? R. imsdwesf-csfyffl :Capitol Hill 3 J . 1 .:,. sss ' 554 . , ifs lfflfis , . wef:asf:zz1:ffiiese1:: fe:f:2:-:wax-.:17 H, , . - -- - 2 Se: PS we - CIW i 3 nf ' :MiCl9s1esf+Cify ... if . ..... ...: J . J: - -khh , .. .,,..,,,..,. M, Q 1- .ggwf 1.2 K . H: , ..,,..,,., .,,,,,... 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Another trophy was added to the display case when the team won the Capitol Hill Basketball Tournament by clipping El Reno 62-57 and the host club 75-69 before ambushing Enid 54-42 in the finals. Held for the first time this year, this tournament has been established as a permanent event in the city area. Schools will alternate as hosts. Wilson broke the school rebound record with 25 against El Reno, and Phil Bailey scored 30 oft Capitol I-lill to win places on the All-Tournament team. 4? M fy IS it pre-game strategy or a good ioke which amuses Coach Don Van Pool before his cagers clash with Shawnee in an important Mid-stare battle? I "WHERE'D that ball go?" Stan Jerome fouls Shawnee's Jack Lowe in the closing tense minutes of the Knights' 51-50 victory. PHIL BAILEY eyes a path around Douglass' Mike Reese as Steve Mitchell antici- pates the action in the 78-64 loss to the Trolans. GRIM determination is expressed by Steve Wilson as he drives past Grant's John Hoster on the way to the basket. Basketball Close Finishes Reflect The first home appearance proved successful as the roundballers, behind Wilson's 18 points, were able to lance Midwest City 60-31. With Amos Thomas missing only one shot from the field all night while scoring 30, Douglass handed Northwest its first defeat of the season, 88-70. Bailey hit 23 points in a losing cause to lead the Knight scorers. Trailing Capitol Hill 37-34 at the end of the third quarter, Northwest took the lead with a pair of field goals by Sutter early in the fourth period. The 6' 8" Mitchell, who hit 19, put the cagers ahead to stay at 40-39, and then with some clutch free throw shooting, the Knights were able to increase the margin to the final score, 56-50. A 20-point second quarter scoring splurge turned an early John Marshall lead into a 32-23 halftime margin and then on to the final margin of 57-44. Using a 27-11 edge on the boards to good ad- vantage, the Knights were able to defeat Enid 46-39, January 13. Sutter hit a career high of 22 points against U.S. Grant the next night as the cagers flogged the Gen- erals 67-51. Chances of winning the conference trophy were all but wiped out when Putnam City handed the cagers their second conference loss, 64-62. The loss GANGING up on Jim Swartzendruber are Grant Generals Dick Chambless 1311, Jerry Hopkins and John Hoster C35J. Successful Campaign slipped the team to two games behind the front- running Douglass Troians. Shawnee's stalling tactics proved ineffective as the Knights soared to a 24-8 lead at halftime and then withstood a last ditch rally by the Wolves before takingta 38-27 decision. Leading only 3-2 after the first eight minutes of play, the cagers took advantage of Mitchell's 28 points to gallop past the smaller Grant Generals 55-42. Down by seven points at the end of the third pe- riod, the purple-and-gold came storming back behind Stan Jerome and Bill Cheatham to edge Midwest City in a real "cliffhanger." With li seconds to go in the game, Cheatham hit a 30-foot jump shot to move the Knights within one point and then iust before the gun sounded, Cheatham put up another 30-footer which swished through the hoop to net the final margin. Jerome had helped Northwest get back into the game and set up Cheatham's game winning hero- ics by scoring lO of his 16 points in the final quarter. Once again the orange-and-black proved too much for the Knights as Douglass won 78-64. Jerome tied the Troian's Joe Love for game scoring honors by hitting 20, while Wilson turned in a sparkling job on the boards and on defense, played opposite Troian prize center Amos Thomas and held him to T5 while scoring 18. The loss put the Knights three games be- hind Douglas with four conference games to go. ON THE FRONT of a fast break, Steve Mitchell gets off a shot despite the effort of Redskin John Williams, in the Knights' 56-50 victory. IS IT a ballerina? Puzzled Mike Sutter suddenly realizes he can fly after passing the ball to an open teammate. "MOVE OVER!" Stan Jerome races by Douglass' Adrian Harris. Basketball 'Cliffhangers' Please Spirited Knight Fans Cheatham again proved the decisive factor when he hit a field goal with two seconds left in the last period to merit a 51-50 decision over Shawnee. Wil- son led all scorers by hitting 21. While Douglass was sacking up its second straight conference title with an 84-55 rout of Midwest City, February 10, Northwest was galloping past Capitol Hill for the third time this season, 56-44. Displaying a balanced scoring attack which fea- tured four players in double figures and hitting 14- of-16 from the charity stripe, roundballers ran past John Marshall 58-30 to set up their battle with Enid, tied at this point for second place with the Knights in conference, action at 11-3. With the score 45-44 in Enid's favor, Mitchell was fouled with three seconds to go before the final buzzer. He missed his chance to tie the game, but 6' 6" Wilson tipped in the missed shot to hand North- west a 46-45 hairline decision and second place in the conference with a 12-3 mark, and one game to go for both teams. It also marked the Knights' third victory this year and the eleventh in the last 12 meetings with the Plainsmen. The next night, after being down 27-16 at half- time, the Knights fought back behind Wilson and Sutter to tie Putnam City 33-33 during the third quarter. But the Pirates, behind Rick Worley and Johnny McMinn, slowly pulled away to post a 58- 51 win. Wilson and Sutter paced Northwest in scor- ing, hitting 20 and 17 points respectively. An upset by John Marshall, 55-54 in overtime during the first round of regional play ended the season for the Knights. , .,,, . --ff. ., 'asf .M sr 1, f, .T . . , ., , -- . , , ,, urs, . ,, ..,, ,. ,, ....,. .. W f- ff-- ...,, . ...,.ff, f f- f , ,fur-f Us,,r.....,..c,,-omg.,.,.s,,,.s I. .-.ss-Jr., ,. ,..--,,.s+--f.f- if - ,,,,,:,, ,,.f ass,-,,.:5,.,,,.s,,,Ea,W-. . . f,-- -f.:--r,..,fr...Tr.: -.,r- r.. ,, . ,,..,,M,, . . . . ,,ff ., ,,.,.. ,..,t.,.ra. .. .M f - 5 w sf'WEQZZJTR-L5:?.:gk1fE 'l,flQHff.E :,-1114.9 '...t3H.'ff- fr.sw::::s. ,.s.szs-- f , , , 7 ., -7 .. . .4 -rw .smsWas,-.Qfr,, ,. T W . . . l ns 1- .Wt sf- sswszvff-22: :sf fa .,,,,,. .sis rf aft, . ..:-f.rrm..s-,stef-fr:-s--rs'ff f , ' Pifiiiirzz-f'-sstzv'-931 2M:rss-5f:aip :mi 'Z .Saw , S9 TL V: ffs, 'f -ff 1 tsli 3 1 -s.-was r. --5 .f 1 - ....,,... is .L ..,, .r:.,,s,,,:f ,. r ,sf f w:-is-'azure-. fr-- H -.-. .,..--. . A- .. r 6 wtf,sfwf- . - ,, .. ll 053 'W ' -L '- it .,.rs r ss.sr ercs ' 94 f s 14:21, ,:A, ..:Qffrff ffzf ..:- -....-- , K . , ..',A,,.rf, fiy- H 1 f , 1 1 sg:,.wfrf32,Lg r 6 , .. ,,s:,,,,W rw., E., f f',.- - .f,.f W -st, my . A sail. ' -' sf?'1sfsr1ssw1.rw1 , .,.,r as ..... sc. , it .s-ri., ..,, ., r .,.r, f :L i s JUNIOR VARSITY-FRONT ROW: B. Emmert, P. Hudson, S. Campbell, J. ROW: Coach Clay Davis, M. Rogers, S. Smith, B. Byers, G. Lemmon, T. Held. ROW 2: J. Cheatham, R. Harrison, C. Dawkins, G. Ashmore. BACK Eaker, B. Fairchild, mgr. B, C Squads Phenomenal Streak of 35 Wins Posted INCREASING its home winning streak, which began in 1963, to 35 games, Coach Clay Davis' B-squad compiled a 14-3 record. Top scorers for the Junior Varsity were Juniors Tim Eaker C188J, Mike Rogers C1851 and George Lemmon C1531 who were also the team's leading rebounders. Narrow losses to Enid, Midwest City and Putnam City marred the team's record, while the highlight of the season was the winning of both Douglass games. The C-squad ended the year with an 11-1 record. Pacing the Little Knights in scoring were Bruce Scott and Skip Bayless while Ronnie Raunborg, John Coury and Tom James were tops in rebounding. The distinction of being the first freshmen cage squad from Northwest to defeat Kennedy Junior High was accorded the Little Knights. JOHN CHEATHAM eyes an opening to the basket as he tries to get around Rick Burns of Grant in another Junior Varsity win 61-44. rsJ 14-3. jk j, 5 ,. fi-J . 1 '.L,: My v,,- .."- 1 .-fm' . , ,,,,,, ,--f, ee f-- V 'V'-2.-f." : g' , ,ifvrggizg-1. . - - - ..,, , Hardridgigff C . .,,, J .Jr.. J if ' ' NWC ---- ' ,s,, Fl iiii 3 .... .NWC .. . G- 4 - 'SGT l Jiio . 581: ,, City ii. . - A4 450' ' Vffifiisiii.Ehawnee ' ,,... , l fi - -48 ' ' .i..r ,,i. 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Cranford, S. Bayless. CNOT pictured are freshmen coaches C. Humphreys, R. Hixon. BACK ROW: J. Coury, B. Scott, R. Raunborg, RUSTV Palmer and Don Van POOI-J cz VARSITY SWIM TEAM-FRONT ROW: D. Randall, M. Schnetzler, B. Schnei- D. Kohler, M. McCarty, K. Phinney. BACK ROW: P. Cotter, D. Tidholm, der, J. Walkup, D. Funk, J. Bell, J. Dewey, J. Whytlaw. ROW 2: C. S. Wilsey, D. Brummitf, L. Grussendorf, G. Graham, M. Hall,'Coach C. Hicks, C. Phinney, C. Rhodes, T. Rueb, M. McKinley, B. Lytle, M. Hogan, Carpenter. Swimming Tankers Splash to Undefeated Season, Two Titles TENSED muscles of Marty Schnerzler reflect the anxieiy ofthe race. ONE p01N1' means Cify C,-own! Coach Charles Carpenter Checks PE Supervisor Bill Haller's sfafistics. PERFECT execution of a back dive by Dan Funk helps Knights pick up valuable points over the season in the city swim meet at the Douglass pool. COMING UP for air, Stan Wilsey swims the 100-yard freestyle. Swimming Knights Swim Past BOTH the Mid-State and City titles were captured for the first time in seven years by Northwest swim- mers, who finished their season with a lO-O dual meet record. In Mid-State competition, Coach Charles Carpenter's swimmers outdistanced all other teams for the second consecutive year. Marty Schnetzler, who led the squad in scoring, and Phil Cotter, team captain, won indi- vidual first places. The 400-yard freestyle relay also gained a gold medal for each member. Last year's City Champs, John Marshall, were upset by Northwest, who scored 75 pointslto John Mar- shall's 74. Winners were Jim Whytlaw, diving, and the 200-yard medley relay, consisting of Bob Schnei- der, Dan Brummitt, Jim Walkup, and Don Tidholm. Scoring i6 points in the State Tournament, the Knights finished sixth in team scoring. Placing for the mermen were Jim Walkup and Jim Whytlaw, claiming third and fourth place in diving, Schnetzler, sixth, 400-yard freestyle, Stan Wilsey, fifth, 100-yard freestyle, and the 400-yard freestyle relay, which placed fourth. l l POURING on the steam down the stretch is butterflyer Dan Brummitt. ll Cit , id-State Teams 1 .Q- .- ,Sai , PRACTICE on his inward dive in the pike position helps prepare Mike McCarty for the State Swim Meet. X K K 'W' he i,1ffma-flfflg f 2 it 2, f,,,,,Wy.?,, ' f it - - - - . M ,Q ,- A ' Q a ,. a 3 Y X X -1,-'gap:V,1141ix,45:l25f5Z 55-1:91555 1 , f '- Q5 ' : f ! liriilkrf ,gwf lv.. 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A ,g,::::r,g3,'i'11j'ggt:r..:'ziriz-2-fple:wg ,Wqfw,,,,:,,e f:f,55w,.ee- EW .:,,:, I Vi I fgggg- ,,-,gg myiw -f' 5, 4 'viini ifli' f ' - ' - Q - f 4 ' w v ? w Q mmm. A 1 'MM L . . , Q i 3 X5 FL X55 TEAM CAPTAIN Phil Cotter shoves off to swam in the 400 freestyle. I53 HIGH-POINT MAN, John Reeves, blocks an attempted switch by Grant. CRADLING his man, Reeves maneuvers for a pin Wrestling Experienced Matmen Anchor Steady Season WRESTLING ll instead of the usual lO dual meets, Knight matmen posted a 7-4 record, rated third in the All-City Tournament and fourth in the Mid-State and Regional Tournaments. John Reeves led the scoring with 90 points fol- lowed by Tom Brady with 65, and Neil Choate with 63. Reeves placed first in the All-City, Mid-State and Regional Tournaments. Brady, in his first year of wrestling, won seven of nine dual meets, and placed second in all tournaments. Six other Northwest wrestlers placed in the All-City Tournament. Choate placed first, followed by Tom Gibson, Jim May, and Charlie Corey in second place, and Bruce Bunch in third. Choate and Gibson placed second and third, respectively, in the Mid-State Tourna- ment. Led by high scorer Pat Rattan, with 30 points, the iunior varsity posted a 6-2 record. Tied for the second high slot were Tom Peek and Jerry Goodrich, both with 22 points. Under the direction of new coach Fred Holloway, the C-squad posted a 5-6 record behind high scorers Gary Dickenson, Barry Geller, and Mike Marcotte. Eleven seniors, including four starters, finished their wrestling career at Northwest. GOAL accomplished! The only undefeated Knight chalks up five points. COACH MARCOTTE and teammates congratulate their ace. VARSITY-FRONT ROW: T. Peek, J. Reeves, N. Choate, T. Gibson, J. May, Tapscotf, M. Grimes. TOP ROW: D. Horton, C. Lowensohn, B. Clark, G. J. Riggall, M. Blaschke. ROW 2: P. Rattan, J. Veatch, G. Carriere, K. Bateman, S. Metheny, R. Matlock. J. Carter, J. Gilbert, Coach Leonard Willson, S. Schroeder, B. Bunch, M. Ackerman. ROW 3: T. Brady, T. Marcotte. Andrews, J. Goodrich, M. McGinley, D. Huskey, C. Corey, R. Thurman, T. f-wo.. W XX lliflliffpx iflllEl'l68 TOM GIBSON confers with Coach Marcorfe about 1013! SKEPTICAL MANAGERS, Eric Teague and David Marley, check out uniforms they hope will individual varsity scares for the season, fit heavy weighfers Dwayne Horton and Mark Ackerman. on . SCRAMBLING to regain control, Jim May follows 3' . kk,,,:k L, ',..-v" ,.- ,W f""4" -- CONGRATULATIONS from his pinned opponent are given to Tom Gilgson following his match in the Southeast dual. Wrestling Lightweight eniors through for a ltakedown. sits Q pe, it as Q85 523 53151 -535519255 l ti P i' 'n , I me -mr 18: I . irlPvtf1fiiffn liilii till - ioliiil ag olil lilo - . eoeee iill 1 1 leei H 1 25 r 3 io i o 285 - - 23 irro - - .3 or 14- f A iiti eele iieel ilo . ' illi 1 Lg: SQSW5 A4 A' oio ff F 2 W5 A HEAD and arm ride results in a pin for Neil Choate. f 33 Q Q6 Pi Q nd 95 C-SQUAD-FRONT ROW! D2 Parks, 5- OTTSVSOY1, G. DiCkeI'1S0l'1, D. BOX, Haxle, M. Riggal, M. Plumbtree, J. Vaughn, S. Veaich, G. Findley, Coach D. Held, M. Marcotte, B. Geller, S. Rayburn. TOP ROW: J. Foster, M. Fred Holloway. Lead Varsityg B - C Squads Await Future Honors DEMONSTRATING The Olympic referee's position to be used next year are C-squad top scorers Gary Dick- enson, Barry Geller, Ctopl and Mike Marcotte. MIKE BLASCHKE covers a short sit-out from a referee's position. Mai-s 1 ' lb! Q LX i , , . .,.' z 3 GIRLS' "O" CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: A. Ratway, secretary, S. Coggins, president, ROW 2: F. Smith, E. Brehm, S. Renclel, L. Wright, TOP ROW: president, S. McCormick, treasurer, J. Kahn, sgt.-at-arms, S. Tate, vice V. Potter, K. Thornton, T. Gregory. Girls Sports Well-Rounded Agenda Provides Experience "HOLD it just like this." "O" Club secretary, Alice Ratway, demonstrates the Hhand shaken grip To inmate Caihy Cogglns' SPORTSWOMEN recorded a banner year in basket- ball and swimming and average results in softball and volleyball. The basketball team posted an outstanding 5-2 sea- son. Alice Ratway, forward, was top scorer, averag- ing from 16-18 points per game. Softball team split a four-game schedule with 2 wins and 2 losses. The girls edged the Southeast Spartans and the Grant Generals by identical scores of 6-5. The team's wins were due mainly to exceptional pitching by Alice and by leading hitters Sharon Ren- del and Nancy James. The volleyball team concluded its season with a 5-4 record. Sharon contributed most to the team with her skillful spiking performance. Swimmers splashed to top ratings under the direc- tion of Coach Elaine Brown as they placed second in city and third in state. Medalist Katie Thornton won the 50 yard back- stroke in the state meet, while her sister, Debbie, took second in the 200-yard freestyle. The relay team, composed of Katie, Debbie, Barbara Ketchum, and Jane Backus, ranked third. Coaches Waynoka Lovett and Brown sponsored the annual Girls' "O" Club trip to Western Hills May 5-7. Money for the excursion was provided by club dues, proceeds from concessions, and candy sales. i55i1L2EE,f' "lT'S A HIT!" Linda Lippoldt swats a homer in a daily softball practice session. A PRECISQQN Volleyball serve is executed by Viki pong,-. i pnwcsx G! 191' Oxy fr: fx- ,fx 3 .Mig GIRLS' SOFTBALL AND VOLLEYBALL-BOTTOM ROW: F. Smith, L. Wright, L. Lippoldt, R. Haas. ROW 2: S. Coggins, K. Wonycott, A. Ratway, E. Brehm. TOP ROW: V. Potter, M, Daiker, J. Kahn, S. Rendel. GIRLS' SWIMMING TEAM-D. Thornton, S. Carleton, B. Ketchum, M, Burks, A. Wiles, K. Thornton, M. Olson. Girls Sgorts Fairer Sex Enjoys I Camaraderie "WHO drained the pool?" Mary Olson, top diver for the girls' swim team, sails gracefully TIME OUT for a breather is taken at a practice session by through the air as she starts a iack knife in the City swim meet. Mary Burks and Debi Thornton, varsity team members. I6O 'Sf X J GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM-BOTTOM ROW: F. Smith, A. Ratway, N. James, L. Wright. TOP ROW: V. Potter, J. Kahn, S. Rendel, E. Brehm. l L Competition, Prevails DRIVING for a basket, Sharon Rendel is fiercely guarded by Jody Kahn and Frances Smith. I6I .W -., , , . h M -1-, -.,, .wie W- ...........-..,.....,.,,.,, -- - - It an :Wa AL, ..---.-.....-- - , Y M N 75 Q 1 ,. . af4'h':Efx, y Pi B' D, if . 1 5: - 1. . I t, IN the final round of bowling intramurals, Paul Confer rolls a 256 to take first place in the tournament. Fourteen entries competed. BASKETBALL'S Invincible "V" men are CKNEELINGJ Phil Cotter, Terry Y O'Tdole, CSTANDINGJ Dennis Daniel, Captain Keith Blair, Tom Scott. CNot picturedj Rick Page, Frank Kellert, Steve Lowell. GOOD weather, high spirits prevail when sophomore Debbie Hamilton takes the girls' tennis title in September intramural play. -...M ..,,, ... ..,, H, .V 5, ...M 4 SMASHING a double on the way to defeating the "Go-nads" 9-1 is Rick Page of the GOING UP forthe ball in a losing effort against the "V" V Men. Catching is Kent Blair, Mike Ash is the umpire. Intramurals V-Men Sweep Slate To Rule Team Play ORGANIZATION of this year's intramural program was the responsibility of Student Council Intramural Chairmen for the first and second semesters, Mike Hall and Bill Wagner. All events were scheduled after school or 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. The intramural program began in September with football and ran through April, when it closed with softball, bowling, golf, and tennis. The Invincible "V" Men became the first team in school history to sweep all intramural team sports. Captained by Keith Blair in basketball and Phil Cotter in football, the "V" Men also won volleyball, wrestling, and softball events. Members of the "V" Men were John Bishop, Mike Cook, Charles Corey, Dennis Dan- iel, Bob Dempsey, Jim Ellis, Mike Farrell, John Green, Frank Kellert, Bob Kerns, Dennis Langford, Steve Low- ell, Terry O'Toole, Rick Page, Tom Scott, Tom Simon- son, Jim Swartzendruber, Randy Waterman, Steve Wilson, and Fred Yeagley. All 22 "V" Men were sen- iors. A recap of the remaining spring intramural sports will be included in the summer supplement. Men are Dwight Nuckolls, Bucky Tucker, Larry Elliott, and Jeff Vaughn, players for the "Peons." '13 , 1 'I PAINS are taken by Dennis Moutrey to line up his ball carefully before putting. Partner Cecil Garner holds the pin. CAREER Day 1963-class of '67 takes Vocational Prefer- PRECISION in research in the school science labora- ence test administered by Counselor Carolyn Wakely. tory requires careful concentration by John Hatchett. lt is ' STRAW-STRETCHING contests prove math analysis can be fun, Kay Jarchow and Steve Kalmon agree as they demonstrate a scientific principle in mathematics. RAPT A1'l'ENTlON is given by 'Mikegshelden and Kay Barr. fl 'v"" gh 4 . -aff' T 'N h K Q Challenge of ExploraTion Classes STudenTs come, linger, and leave- BUT cherished Ties remain, memenTos of The myriad momenTs and our pride in having been a parT of The exciTing advenTure ThaT is Life aT NorThwesT Classen. " m--U-Q.. is H lf xllfsrr A BREAK is enioyed by freshman officers Debbie Barnett, sec.g Dick Randall, pres.: Barbara Knopp, Sgt.-at-arms, Craig Fezler, v. pres., and Di Alper, treas. X, wr CHOSEN by their classmates as Top Teens from the freshman class in the an- nual poll conducted by The Shield are Cheryl McDonald and Dick Randall. I66 Freshmen New Horizons Loom For 829 Freshmen WHAT DID the 829 freshmen find when they en- tered Northwest's doors August 29, 1966? A whole new world! Orientation Day opened with a general assembly in the auditorium for all freshmen. Representatives from all school clubs and organizations briefed the group on all aspects of school life. A tour of the building completed the program. . One new experience after another followed for the members of the youngest, largest class. They had to work harder than ever before to keep up with the tempo of high school life. Counselors were guided in advising curriculum choices for freshmen by D.A.T. fDifferential Aptitude Testsi administered in September. And then there were so many decisions to make! What clubs to ioin, whom to vote for in school elec- tions, how to budget time to study and attend school activities. No class took greater pride in being a part of the "big school operation" traditional at Northwest. Ray Acord Chuck Adams Gayle Adams Jimmy Adams Doug Adler David Allen Jeanne Allen Diane Alper Kathi Andrews Mark Anschutz Debbie Archer Claudea Armstrong Rhonda Armstrong Alan Atkins Laura Austin Elaine Avery Cindy Bailey Larry Bailey Freshmen Largest Class Begins School with Orientation James Baker Nita Baker Susie Baker Steven Balliett Karen Banks Denise Banta qv' . ff., Debbie Barnett Richard Barnum Lorna Barr Reggie Bartlett Marilynn Battaglia Skip Bayless f 'Q Terry Beck f Pat Beckner Caressa Beedle lx, 3 Q 1 l John Bell ty ,av Steve Bell g -3, Vickie Belt A A l John Benedict Paula Bennett Patsy Benson Eric Bergquist Linda Best Becky Bettis 4- ix 4 ,V this -we . ul.. ... 'N L 'YV rm. Freshmen API, ..,, . i X ,aa . in I yy 596' 4 sf N B ff 5 W ve ll 4 -' ful 3? Q. L Jeannine Bettis Gary Biggs David Biles Randy Bingham Tim Blnk Bill Bishop Bill Black Cindy Blakley David Boatman Jane Bockus Barbara Bodine Marva Bond Melinda Bond Marcia Bontly Steve Booth Cathy Bofone Barbara Boyle Janice Bradley Ea er, Talented Newcomers Spark School, .. .,..lIH' N B - 1- if ,I 8. 1 A f' as - i M aaerrt J ea -A -, BB st -f,- H '- - , K sf vqw-v 1:3-f' :J" ' W N " my ' if I 3 B ., 1- ' B ..i, ff ,lrtt.,tiitt,e..ta 1t,.t,ttt t,,, l B BQ, '.e. feaa B ,-'.- :B A BB, fc T 'r-1-W" mziertiare rs 2 i f- 21 1 fffafvg . gg f 'W'li, ,,1 ., J ' 4 'WM' 3 Bi 11, rtl i 1 J I or aarr arr ntn Q - B y b yy B ,BBy,B B A 1. - I A D 1 y 1- 14' ? Q ,.. Y' qu-.4 Q... 'B ,J 2 Ed Bradway Greg Brand Robert Branham Gail Bredeson Pete Bricmont Debbie Brightwell Mark Brink Jim Brinkworth Thea Brock James Brooks Dennis Brown Kathy Brown Martha Brown Mike Brown Gayle Buchner Gail Buckner Mike Burgess James Burks Sharon Burleson Jack Burns Tim Burns Jane Burroughs Diane Burton Lynn Burton Donna Busby G Bill Busch Debbie Bush Bill Butler Joyce Butler Andy Cain Charles Callaway Cindy Cameron Larry Campbell BLAZER BOOSTER Julia Kalmon dons a hockey team uni form to practice some shots for her favorite sport. Communit Activities with Fresh Enthusiasm Roger Carlson Kathie Carroll Jimmy Cawthon Inez Ceballes Marcy Chaffee Jackie Chaney Jerry Chapman Greg Cherry Ann Childers Pam Childress Martha Christopher Susan Clark Sonda Clark Shirley Clay Carol Clayton Randy Clemons Terrie Clenney Steve Clifton Chris Cochran Steve Colclasure Suzanne Colley Glennda Collins Candy Combs Gary Cook 5 f-12 Freshmen f fa, lm af Linda Cook David Cooper Cathy Cooter Brian Copley Gary Cornelison Cathy Cornish John Coury ,,- James Cowin Claudia Cowper Vicki Cox 'da Susie Coy A x2'ii..., it Cliff Craig Alan Cranford Paula Crow Colleen Crowe Debi Cunningham Harry Curtis Donna Daniels Lee Danzinger Dianne Darr Brenda Davis Greg Davis Kristi Davis Steve Davis tylish nderclassmen Set Pace with 'In-look ' .-ff N -3 iv. 1 is C at-w..i ,ve sr- . f. 'r ax-uf,-Q-yL"',,,,5, Gq,R ' Y ' I x ' far fn, Q IU! In. Li' 'vii -sw" at X 'f ge SQ? 5 " . V . 1 Y it mfg it H .. ,Fu it ik:g5ML5 " -' w,,. , 1 ' 1025.4 I ,. , ,V , Q it ,Q .wi H i gig i'?-fairy 5' fi! iQ't?l'ii ,a s l . . ap!!! ,Q lil- x , W WHAT price beauty! Donna Schier helps her best girl "MAN! What a swinger!" Mark Brink admires Roger Soarcl in his stylish "mod" clothes. friend, Cathy Brown, put in her first pierced earrings. Kathy Daw Larry Deffenbaugh Mike DeGuisti Sherry Delancy Barbara Delano Jane Denton Debbie Dick Denise Dickerson Carol Dinwidclie Cheryl Dinwiddie Nelda Dishman Evelyn Doles Bruce Doss Susie Dowdy Joel Drury Denise Duncan Ron Duncan Kathy Dunn Linda Dye Margaret Easterday Kim Easton Jane Edmondson Charles Edwards Sherman Eftinger Adopt Trends - Mods, Falls, Pierced Ears Vicky Elespuru Patricia Elledge Kenny Emmert Charlotte Encapera Debbie England Julia Ervin Barbara Eubanks Harold Everett Debbie Ezekiel Keith Fairchild Joyce Farmer Dave Farrand Diana Farthing Chris Felber Steve Ferguson Craig Fezler Becky Fine Gary Finley i692 . , Freshmen Promising Leaders Emer e from Class Donna Fitz Don Fitzgerald Brenda Flatt David Florence Mike Flynn Kim Fondren Charles Ford Jane Forester Nancy Forget Janie Foster Jessie Foster Marsha French Mechel Fulton Barry Gaines Patti Gardner Bob Gary Martha Gass Tom Geist Barry Geller Lori Gennuso Kenny Gibson Frances Gilbert Suzanne Gillilan Terri Gilmore of 792 Gary Gilson Bob Ginn Pat Glass Genny Gordon Cheryl Gore Mike Graham Cindy Gray Greg Gray Dena Green Glenn Green Patricia Green Pam Greenhaw Steve Greenhaw Terry Greenhaw John Griffin Denise Grigsby Don Grob Kathy Grube John Gullo Kathie Gullo David Haddon Glenda Hafen Nancy Hafner Paula Hagan Jeanne Haggard Doug Hall Marcia Hall Donald Hallenbeck Lorah Halter Gary Hamby Kathy Hamm Diane Hardy Steve Harms Dan Harris Bill Hartman Brad Hartronft Leslie Hatley Jerry Hayes Lynda Hayes Jim Heath Morris Heflin Jeffrey Heitzman COMPARING badges earned in scouting are Eagle Scouts Vincent Hinson, Jim Hugg, freshmen, and Bob Johnson, iunior. The trio received their Eagle ratings in October, School Elections Draw Increased Interest David Held Gary Held Chris Heldenbrand Charlie Helm Deanna Helt Linda Hensch VlCTO-R-Y-Tha1's the Freshman battle cry," say Ueffj Nelda Dishman, fbackb Marva Bond, Cfrontj Jane Edmondson, frightj Robin Stephens, C-squad cheerleaders. Freshmen First Year Class anifests Debra Holbrook Vickie Holland Linda Holt Sarah Holt Diane Hosek Jack Houston Bob Howard Steve Hudson Jim Hugg Ricky Hughes Carrie Huletf Jim Humphrey Craig Humphreys Steve Huntress Allen Hurst Mark Jacobson Tom James Cheryl January Krisfy Jenks Barbara Jensen Janelle Johnson Linda Johnson Mark Johnson Mike Johnson Keith Henton Mike Hentschel Vince Hinson Ronny Hixon Teresa Hodge Nancy Hodgson Q True Knight Plflt gps f j' 'J ,lfy 5,33 fl? S James Jones Janet Jones Kathy Jones Ronald Jones Melinda Just Julia Kalmon Becky Kamenesky Tom Karhu Michael Kashner Elise Kauffman Barbara Kelley Cathy Kelley Kathy Kelsay Linda Kemp Donita Kendell Valerie Kerr Ross Kerschner Barbara Ketchun 267 Girls Join Cygnets, Coronet Pep Clubs Ann Killian Don Kilpatrick Sandy Kimerer Nancy Klinkevich Kathy Knesek Barbara Knop Randy Knox Chris Kongs John Koons Carolyn Krosley Gary Kubat Laurie Label Greg Land Donna Lane Alan Larimore Gloria Lay Debbie Leech Karen Leflett Debbie Lievsay Koy Liles Gary Lindsay Jim Lindsay Gloria Lingerfelt Linda Lininger Q Renee Lipe Barbara Lippert Greta Little Perry Littlepage Becky Long Stephen Long Susan Long Debbie Longley Stephen Lorenz Tom Lout Deonna Loving Becky Lowber Linda Lowe Debra Loyd Liz Luckhart Gwen Luper Vicky Lutz Kathy Lynch E, . . A X Cynthia Lyne ' ,f Elizabeth MacKay 1 , Jana Maguire , " , I ' Brenda Malone : Randy Malone , ., ' .,t. l f ' Connie Mandabach L Freshmen First All-School Play, 'Our Town' Wins Ravesg Lisa Mansell Laura Marden Marsha Markham Jim Marquardt Craig Marrs Jackie Marshall Clay Martin Kathy Martin Larry Martin John Martinek Randy Marx Rose Mathews Vicki Matthews John Mauldin Wendell Maxey Jane Maxwell Kathy Maxwell Vickie Maynord Brenda McAIister Lavon McAmis Connie McCann Rex McCaskill Kathy McClain Don McCracken Barbara Mccubbin Cheryl McDonald Steve McElroy Becky McHenry Merle Mclntire Joe Mclntyre Deena McLarry Becky McLaughlin Jim McPherson Lynn McWilliams Melinda Melton Norma Meriwether Barbara Merrift David Mettauer Annette Meyer Karen Meyers Becky Millar Brad Miller Four Frosh Boys Cast in Supportlng Roles PAPER BOYS without props-freshmen Steye Huntress and Barry Tenms play in "Our Town," the year's first all-school play. David Miller Freddie Miller Gloria Miller Julia Miller Karen Miller David Milnes Diane Mitchell Gary Mitchell James Mitchell Freshmen Kim Mitchell Kitty Mitchell Martha Morgensen Wayne Morris Betty Morrow Jim Mott Edward Murar Peggy Murphey Dennis Murphy Roy Mustain Jim Myatt Rick Myers Belinda Neely Suzanne Newman Chuck Nixon Mark Nobles Judy Nystrom Diedra Odom Hep Fresh Swing Like Seniors at Howdy Mixer l Garry Olandese John Oldham David Oliver Ann Oliver Bill Olson Mark Oruch Nancy Osborne Sammy Otterson Patti Owen Ronnie Owen Randy Owens Renee Packham rraaa is "WELL, you have to start sometime," John South decides at his first Northwest mixer as he swings with a senior girl. Susan Palmer Beverly Parker Georgette Parker Marilyn Parker Debbie Parks Marcee Parks Mike Parks Elaine Parrish Richard Patard Brenda Patterson Dan Patterson Jana Patterson Cathy Patzack Mark Pearson Terry Peck Kathy Penn Alan Pennala Jeff Pennington ' ould You Believe - A Senior Girlw Charlotte Percival Nancy Perry Sandra Phillips Kent Phinney Donna Pierce Becky Pierson Willa Pike Jackie Pinglefon Steve Pinix Mark Plumbtree Vicki Potter Liz Powell Richard Pralle Paula Prentice Patrice Proffer Vicki Pulliam Linda Rainbolt Ben Rambo Cheryl Ramee Dick Randall Teresa Randall Jan Randel Randye Randel Doug Rasmussen Freshmen Martha Ratcliff Susan Rathien Ronnie Raunborg Scott Rayburn Anthony Rector Dennis Reese Linda Reeves Judy Reisinger Steve Richardson Judy Ringwald Linda Roberts Avy Robertson Beth Robertson Debbie Robertson Randy Robertson John Robinson Larry Robinson Margie Robinson Vicki Robinson Kennita Rogers Jim Rose Pam Rosenberg Kathy Rountree Roger Rowe Pupils' Fields of Interest Broaden, but Accent ,4 Joellen Rusche Chesley Rutledge Celia Saied Denzel Salathiel Mike Salda Christopher Salyer Don Samara Mike Savage Ronnie Savage David Scheirman Donna Schier Chris Schmidt Jean Schmitz Ann Schneider Larry Schultz Bruce Scott Candy Scott Marion Scott Diana Sears Jane Shaw Kenneth Shaw Janet Sheets Karen Sheltman Ronnie Sheltman Debbie Shriver John Shrode Dave Simonson Glenda Simpson Bucky Sims Jo Anne Singleton ' L., Duke Skaggs Becky Slade Mike Smiley Anne Smith Annis Smith Bruce Smith David Smith Doug Smith Linda J. Smith Linda S. Smith Marsha Smith Mary Smoot Is Always on ? 1 ' ,. Qi' 1 Q , Ni S any Q to S S 5 - 2 ele + of I N... Learnin Cindy Snider Andy Snyder Debbie Snyder Roger Soard Sue Sochor John South PAINSTAKING preparations precede the Cygnet banquet for Barbara Knop :sun -K ., SS . Regina Southard Bruce Spence Maryilyn Spencer Andy Spitler Bill Spradlin Nancy Stafford James Staley Robert Stapp Bobbi Steer Mark Stephens Robin Stephens Sally Stephens Susie Stephens Jim Stewart Prissy Stewart Mike Stolfa Richard Story Paul Straube Teams, Carol Street Ted Strickland Scott Stuart John Suggs Ann Surovik Toni Suttman Marilyn Swanda Mike Swanda Mary Ann Swansberger Brad Swickey Mark Szafranski Sharon Tabor Tim Talbot Connie Taylor Barry Tennis John Terrell Steve Terry Debbie Thomas Jeff Thomas Mauna Kea Thomas Sherry Thomas Janie Thomason Robert Thompson Todd Thompson Debbie Thomson Kris Thomson Debbie Thornton Shannon Thurman Scott Tigert Anita Tinsley Cecilia Tolley .lack Tomberlin Mike Totty Charles Towe John Townsend Lorena Treaftis Mary Trott Patricia Tuel Nancy Turney Michelle Vaeth Pope Van Cleef Sophia Vassilopoulos John Bell Letters in Two Sports First Year ONLY freshman to letter in Cross-Country, John Bell also let- tered in swimming to become the second freshman in school his- tory to letter in two sports. '65 grad Bill Grimes was the other. John Vaughan Denise Vavera Steve Veatch Charlotte Vick Ricki Wade Sara Wade Carol Walker Charlie Walker Marie Walker Diana Wallace Randy Wallace David Wallis 9-'-ffx , V , ,amyx ,Q Freshmen Class Meets J 3. ,qu 'lf 1 Tom Warren Gary Watson Suzanne Waugh Marshall Weatherly Jeff Weeks Chuck Wells Marty Wernick David West Debbie West Randy Wheeler Susie Wheeler Walter Wheeler Rick D. White Rick L. White Robert White Richard Wick Elaine Wikstrom Janice Wilcox Robert Willey Tom Willey Nydia Williams Rhyssa Williams Sidney Williams Debbie Williamson New Problems, Grows Together 44 Jan Wilson Janet Wilson Lori Wilson Mary Wilson Patricia Wilson Bonnie Winslow Brent Winston Sherrill Womble Nita Wood Betsy Woods Laura Work Danny Woska Jennifer Wyant Suzette Yates Debbie Yoes Nancy Younge Deborah Zyvinggi Denise Zwinggi "THlS SPOT will be perfect!" Selecting the site for their annual class more class officers Benny Byers, v. pres., Susie Suggs, treas.p Jackie Lamb picnic, a tradition maintained by sophomores for eleven years, are sopho- sec., Frank Marwood, pres., and Nancy Arnold, sgt.-at-arms. Sophomores Heralds Hail tatus, Establish New Goals HERALDS rejoiced in their new status and relished the feeling of no longer being a member of the youngest class. .After evaluation of STEP test profiles, CSequential Test of Educational Progressl, sophomores conferred seriously with counselors concerning curriculum and career choices. Talent was plentiful in this 766-member class. Music- wise, sophomore accomplishments were impressive. Three tenth grade band members were accepted by the Junior Symphony, while four vocalists were selected for the all-city choir. Fifteen sophomores, the largest number of tenth graders ever to participate in debate, won numerous trophies. A big event in the lives of most sophomores was the acquisition of a driver's license on their sixteenth birthday. Sophomores will long remember their class' fresh- man picnic last May 23 at Springlake Amusement Park. A mechanical accident on one of the rides crowded with Northwest students sent four students, including class president Craig Maurer, who was most seriously hurt, to the hospital. CHOSEN by their classmates as Top Teens, best all-around students in the class for the second consecutive year are Cathy McGregor and Craig Maurer Sophomores Exasperating Hi h School Rick Bama Diane Barker Betty Barnett W Dennis Barrett Linda Barron Darlene Battaglia .L J. Janie Batten Lana Bauman "-" Andrea Baumberger Ja' N s af . ,, ' A L A 4,e,, A rarr A A .1 ! Hal Aber John Abney Mark Ackerman Paul Ackerman Kathy Albright Debbie Allen Frank Allen Richard Allred Penny Almack Martin Amick Jim Amsdell Fontaine Apostol Chris Armstrong Ron Armstrong Nancy Arnold Richard Ashford Glenn Ashmore Jeff Austin Sherry Bachhofer Pam Bailey Randy Bailey David Baird Debbie Baker Harley Ballew Years Demand Time AS the leaves turn, Jane Patterson invests time for the future Gail Bays Caroline Beachboard Ken Beck Wynona Beleele Tom Bender Sheryl Benham Charles Benn Bob Bergmann Steve Berry Susie Bevins Karen Binns Mike Birdsong Robyn Birdwell Susan Black Kent Blair Sharon Blair Karen Blakey Charlotte Blakley Kris Blaschke Kenny Boafman Tom Booker Melanie Boone Dan Boord Jacque Booth ,0- iii J for Solitude, Linda Borgert Norman Bowden Jay Boyles Pam Brady Barbara Breisch Gary Brewfon Katie Brinkley Janice Brock Joyce Brock Pat Brockhaus Ronnie Brogden Donna Bronson Linda Brooks Cindy Brown Gloria Brown Keith Brown Ricky Brown Diana Bryant uiet Reflection . . . Escape , ll' L- rm in ,M B B A' 'H' ,i fr ' ' fi it ,xx Q. Q ii f Au 1 'il' L Mike Buchanan Larry Bullen Kris Bumpas Rick Burdick Diana Burnett Gary Burns Robert Bussing Martha Butler Benny Byers Chris Cain Georgia Caldwell Lynn Calhoun SAFETY measures are discussed by As- sistant Principal Robert Gaut and Frank Marwood, school safety chairman. ational Safety Council Post Goes to Marwood, Debbie Campbell Nancy Campbell Steve Cantrell Ronnie Capron David Capshaw Bruce Carlton l A .J Leslie Carpenter Lyn Carrington John Carter Sharon Carter Carol Cash Dale Catron Ralph Chaney lJohn Cheatham Sara Cheatham 'Robert Cherry Linda Choate Ramona Chronister Connie Clanahan Jim Clanahan Bill Clark Debbie Clark Gayle Clark James Clark Kelly Clark Connie Claunch Riley Cleaver Kathy Clevenger Robert Clinton Becky Coats Chris Cobb Kirk Coffia Cathy Coggins Jeff Cohen Shirley Coker Judy Colclasure utstanding Safety Program' Plaque to Jonetta Cole Glynda Conner Tim Cooley Ann Cooper Susan Cooper ' Donna Cordell Bob Cornelison Jean Cornelison Cathy Cornell Pam Cotton Richard Creech Judy Crowe Cindy Cupp Kathy Curtis Patsy Danely Jan Davis Twila Davis Craig Dawkins Phil Defee Eddie Delacruz Nancy Delongy Dana Denham David Denham Doug Denham L 1 .-nw ,Mr 6 v L ws 'LW x 5 :g. 39 1 'AJ' s ' , an .ws Z Soghomores tudents Preside Over Classrooms for Pat Dolan Judi Donceel Tom Doughty Harold Drake Cheryl Drilling Paul Duffy Joyce Dugan Donna Dukes Kevin Duncan Phil Duncan David Duvall Teresa Earley Wyn Easton Mike Edminston Caroline Edwards Debbie Elliott Stanley Ellison Barbara Ellyson One Day Becky Emberton Randy Emerson Jill Epperson Paul Erickson Steve Evanfs Karen Fagin Bob Fairchild Patricia Falgout Kathy Farha Carolyn Farmer Janice Farris Gary Ferguson Debbie Fields Bill Finch Ron Finley Nancy Fisher Bill Fleetwood Rhonda Fleming Rebecca Flood Steve Flynn Frank Fonvielle Mike Forbis Jan Ford Keith Frank "YOU MEAN that's all I get?" queries John Morozuk as he is rewarded Wright and Nancy Rice take over their sophomore English class durmg with a candy bar for being Jim French John Frow Bob Fulton Pat Fulton Raynora Fulwider Anne Funderburk Jan Funk Mark Funk Rendall Garrett Jan Gates Anna Gatewood Connie Geist Mary Jo Gennuso Donny Geurin Judy Glass David Godard Dana Goodu Mike Gorman Tina Goss Linda Gray Jim Green Pat Green Terry Green Linda Griffith outstanding English student-of-the-day. Al American Education Week aw- Sophomores Roger Griggs Mark Grimes Larry Grussendorf Brenda Gustin Clydan Hack Tim Haggard Dale Hagstrom Barbara Hale Beverly Hale Debra Hall Jeff Hall Marshall Hall Steve Hallenbeck Terry Ham Cathy Hamilton Debbie Hamilton Mary Hampton Becky Harley Larry Harper Janie Hartman Larry Harris Susan Harris Steve Harry Cindy Harvey Dancers, Writers, Musicians, Artists, peakers - "HEY, Candy, there's your poems" Karen Fagin and Candy Moore are two of four sophomores whose selections were published in the 1966 Oklahoma High School Anthology. Randy Harvey Steve Hatfield Brian Heard Richard Helms Robert Helt Pat Hembree Kryn Henager David Hendricks Peggy Hensch 2' Jean Herring Janet Herrmann Linda Hetheringfon Debbie Heuser Kitfy Hewes Judy Higginbotham Anne Hill Bill Hill Donna Hill Tom Hines Pat Hinkle Gary Hixon Linda Hixon Elizabeth Hodges Bill Holloway Mickey Homsey Marcie Hooker Charles Horne Shelley Horion Carla Hufffaker Jimmie Huffman Janet Hughbanks Patty Hughes Cleda Huleft use A4 .li at 1 ELA.,- gun a,-..-. 'i ,Q fl 'Y A Class Packed with Variety of Talents Doug Humphrey Linda Humphrey Toni Hunsaker Brenda Hunt Debbie Hunter Bobby lrwin Marion Irwin Bill Jackson Candy Jackson Jennifer Jacobson Sue Jarrett Eddie Jeffers Doug Jensen Sharon Jessee Ann Johnsey Bill Johnson Qary Johnson Frank Johnson AL.. -Q 1'9" 'HM IN ,u Wa, v-:1 M 62 1 A W 5' ii W, ,ii 'N fb .af Miwfi 3 1 Soghomores gk , w 4 ' fzz .4 f P4 V 'af n ww Mai! 6' + "'- Q22 "t- 'aw' , 1 1 1 . :-"'7,-C' L- , ,' A A Q, aww yan? , fr, 1: F. , L -rpg iw Fort -nine Live y Clubs, Organizations 4...,9 g.. . ., ,, yy L :Q ill A 5135 ,J-. " 'lr' Q-4' .X A , aa' V ' 1.-.1-r" 155, Linda Johnson Liz Johnson Mike Johnson Doug Jordan Mike Julien Kathy Kearney Mary Keesee Van Keffer Richard Keith Diane Kellert Carole Kelly Sally Kendall Tressa Kennedy Mark Kent Greg Kidd Kathy King Kenneth King Gayle Kirchner Bill Kitchen Chris Knop Dale Kohler Debbie Lackey Bill Lacy Diane LaFaver Provide C. E. Laird Jackie Lamb Naomi Lamb LaNell Landguth Debbie Langston Becky Lankford Lisa Lanyon Barbara Latham Dolores Lawson Diane Leskela Candy Lester Marc Leveridge Mike Lewis Bill Lindley Cindy Longley Linda Lundien David Lutz Tom Luza' Wende Lurry Madeline Lyon Bill Lytle Janet Maier Mark Main Bill Mallonee Mark Mance Kathy Mandabach Terri Manning Michelene Marcotte Joe Marley Lynette Martin Frank Marvvood Larry Marshall Linda Mason Ronnie Matlock Melanie Mathias Mary Mathews Sharon Mauldin Craig Maurer Glenn Maxey Sandy Maxwell Terry Mayfield Bobby McBroom . Dv , , yhfzt' .V 'YO U . wh in Q Y X 'U' A A K ,s"y' 'V -C z E A Q asa Activities to Fill Needs of All Students CAUGHT with his defenses down is sophomore Cory Phinney as freshman Barbara Delano picks her victim for the Cygnet banquet. Sophomore Steve McCollom Mindy McCarty Ricky McClung Debbie McCoy Ruth Ann McCoy Kathy McCracken Becky McGaughy Mark McGinley Cathy McGregor Katie McGuire Mike McKinley David McKinney lT'S SHIELD Day!-and staff member Linda Choate can't wait to see her story in print in the special Christmas issue. 'Shield' Features Capture Readers' Imagination 40' I e e , I96 Reita McKinney Becky McNary T M 1 4' Pam McPhail ' in "" f Janie Medford J Robert Mee Leslie Meek 1. J Laura Melton Marla Mercer Jack Merz Diane Meyer Leon Meyers Melvin Miller K gr ,7 i Xi' 3 A Jack Mills Jim Milnes Debbie Mitchell Steve Mitchell Horace Mize Jerry Mondie 1 "75i'f ?, ,-H, I ' ? A -C' tyts L gr-fx, L Q J 1? f A it In Cindy Montgomery Linda Moody Barbara Moore Candy Moore Pam Moore Tom Moore John Morozuk Shari Morris Denise Moses Lee Moslander Cindy Moy Vicki Moyer John Moxley Diana Murray Leland Murray Susan Myers Robbie Mythen Max Neel Terri Neely Nancy Nelson James Neville Carol Newman Larry Nigh Karen Northrup City-Approach Use to Cover School News Cheryl Ogden Jeri Oliver Jan Olson Philip owen Don Orahood Karen O'Shea Hazel Ofierson Donna Overbeck Margaret Owen Janet Pace Patsy Pack Wayne Page Sandy Pallesen Susan Palmer David Pape Richard Parker Anita Parrish Jim Parrish ah. Sophomores Three A0 Q, 1 Sophs Assi ned Chairs 516' .v 44 Z W 1 .1 is 'R ss - z -- I 6 Xa f N ' 1 5 Uh-f W. e e2 ie t y 'W ..,,,,..,,,. M , 5 a 5? ! if as '27 Q 3' f 3, 4 i it f iff 1142 ni , fa 1 i , rr Mary Parsons Glenda Patterson Jane Patterson Kathy Patterson Liz Payne Marsha Pearson Tom Peek Stan Pennington Judy Perdue Donna Petty Lou Ann Philps Bobby Phillips Cindy Phillips Delbert Phillips Terry Phillips Cory Phinny Jack Phipps Malcolm Phipps in City's Junior 'QV ,av 1377 A- Sherri Pike Steve Plumbtree Floyd Poag David Pock Pat Ponder Mike Pone Vickie Pontious Ross Pope Linda Porter Sue Porter Becky Poteet Nikki Potter Bill Powers Susie Powers Bob Puckett Janet Pulley Richard Pursley Donna Ragsdale Rita Ramirez Gloria Ramsey Richard Randall Pat Rattan Sharon Rainborg Tom Ray l Symphonyg Four Make All-City Choir Fletcher Read John Records Ann Reid Bill Renshaw Pam Rhodes Nancy Rice Charles Riddle Hazel Riddle Jim Riggall Georgeann Riley Gary Ritter Gerald Ritter David Roberts Larry Robinson Steve Robinson Brent Rogers Pam Rogers Paula Rogers ALL-CITY CHOIR honors means extra practice sessions for Cryslurs Harold Drake, Caroline Beachboard, Shari Morris, and Madeline Lyon. Soghomores Gary Rollins Teresa Romero Paul Rosenberg Jeannie Ross Tom Rueb Dan Ruedy Kathleen Ryan Phil St. George Lynn Saunders Karen Sayler Mike Schell Carolyn Schilb Marty Schnetzler Sid Schroeder Beverly Schultz Kathy Scoggin Steven Scott Lynn Self Bart Shedeck Darla Shelden Steve Sheline Kent Sherman Gail Simmons Ann Simonson A Bi oment in the Lives of Sophomores Chris Singerman Paul Skaggs Christina Skvorc David Slater Roger Slinkard Carol Smart Marcia Smelser Clark Smith Gwen Smith Phil Smith Sheron Smith Skip Smith Wayne Smith Bea Snow Joe Sochor Mari Spencer Sally Spielberger Mary Stacy Dean Staley Marcia Standefer Randy Stansel Nancy Steph Jenyne Stephens Karen Steves Larry Stiles Teresa Stinson Bobby Stoldt Alison Stocker Diane Stotts Sherrie Stotts Mary Straube Dolores Strickland Charlene Stuart Janet Stuart Norma Sturgill Susie Suggs Cheryl Supplee John Swartzendruber Steve Swihart Lynda Sylvester Frank Tannehill Patsy Taylor Sixteenth Birthday - Driver's License! l J kg twin.. ,1 I W ,E ,, ,t., "HOLY collision!" exclaims John Morozuk as his classmate Chris Knop tries out her newly learned driving techniques. Sophomores Larry Thaten Becky Thomas Jeanne Thomas Shirley Thomas Donna Thompson Gene Thompson Janice Thompson Celeste Thornton Ray Thornton "AM I on?" Bill Lacy works part time as a disc jockey on a local FM radio station Electronics Enthusiast Given Professional Rank .qu-' 1.1 sf' 'V' Vicki Throckmorton Debbie Tidwell Loretta Toahty Linda Tolley Vicki Tonelis Debbie Townsend Joel Trent Sylvia Trindle Tim Tripp Bob Turnell Charles Turpin Jim Ulrich Pam Underwood Vicki Vaughn Jerry Veatch Paula Wade , Nancy Walker Steve Walker John Walters Steve Watkins Linda Watson David Wear Sherry Weaver Laura Webb Pam Weber Les Webster Tom Weiss Anita Welch Janice West David White Sharon White Ann Wiles Ronny Wilken Tom Willett Jeff Williams Kim Williams any Students Pursue Hobbles, Hold Jobs Luann Williams Robert Williams Toni Williams Larry Williamson Mike Williamson Kenny Willson Cheryl Wilson George Wilson Jan Wilson Linda Windham Janis Wolfe Sylvia Wolfe Jean Wolfley Karen Wonycott Y Gary Wood Georgia Wood Bob Worthing Al Wright Bill Young Debbie Young Helen Young Wanda Younge Anita Zeldenthuis Keith Zinn "WE can't have decorations like that with a S10 budget!" exclaims Miss Miller, secretary, Chris Meek, president, Danny Loving, sgt,-at-arms, George Elizabeth Urmston, junior class sponsor. Katie Sheehan, treasurer, Jeanene Lemmon, vice-president, try to make ends meet on prom expenses. ELECTED by her classmates as Top Teen for the third straight year is Suzanne Martin. Chris Meek, junior class president, shares the honor. Kni hts Conduct Rite By Passing of Sword CLIMBING the trail blazed by Knights of old, jun- iors accepted eagerly the challenge to carry on the emblem of proud Knighthood as their predecessors have done, with victory and honor. ln the traditional end-of-school ceremony, the sword was passed by the senior class president, Terry Farm- er, to the junior class president, Chris Meek. This symbol of leadership signified the obligations descend- ing to the Squires as a last step toward Knighthood. Already juniors have been selected for key posi- tions next year in Northwest's 49 clubs and organiza- tions. Members of the class have been chosen to head Student Council, school publications and other groups vital to the school's operation. College loomed bigger on the horizon as counselors stressed long-range planning. As teachers and ad- visers talked about requirements, it seemed that just being admitted to college was a major project! But bewilderment after taking the National Merits was soon overshadowed by the excitement of re- ceiving long-awaited class rings and getting ready for the prom. Under the direction of class officers, numerous com- mittees met frequently all spring to design decora- tions carrying out the prom theme. Ann Ackerman John Adams Shirley Afinowicz Libby Aharons ' Betsy Alaupovic Marty Alberts Diana Allen Royce Allen Susan Allen Pam Alper Doug Amick Steve Amos Karen Anderson Rosalie Andreazon Barbara Baber Monty Bacher Mary Ann Bacon Phil Bailey James Baker Lamont Baker Liz Baker Tommy Baker Charlie Ball Diana Ballard my Would nYou BCIICVC - We re pperclassmen 9 Kathy Banks Sandy Barfoot Steve Barkett Susan Barnes Marsha Barnett Kay Barr Claudia Barrett Sue Basore Grady Bateman Janice Baumgarner Margaret Baxt Duane Bays Robert Beals Donna Belcher Yolanda Beleele Bill Benedict Ingrid Bennett Kathy Benson Sandra Berousek Barbara Biggs Teeanna Biles Tom Birkett Dorenda Blakey Gordon Bockus Denise Bodine Cindy Bonebrake Diana Booher Janis Bourland Jack Bowlin Bill Bowman WY' A SOLOIST for the Band and Orchestra concert is Cornet player, Howard Whitehead. Versatile Class Members Excel in the Arts, Brenda Bowman Mike Boyd Candy Boydston James Bradway Tom Brady Karen Brewer Charlotte Bridges Karen Briggs Rosalyn Broadfoot Don Brockhaus Laurie Brower James Brown Leroy Brown Danny Browning Dan Brummitt Barbara Bryant .lon Bryant Ann Buckner Betty Bullen Kenneth Bunch Howard Burch Mary Burks Linda Burns Susan Burns Bonnie Burrows Linda Burt Karen Burton Roy Butt Andy Butts George Butts Gerold Butts Harold Cain Vicki Caldwell Steve Campbell Steve Canon Cheryl Cantrell nticipate Future b Settin Hi h Goals Lloyd Carlson Kent Carnahan Joann Carpenter Glenn Carriere Cindy Carter Dennis Carter Debbie Castle Patricia Cathey Jackie Cawthon Judy Chapman Ann Christine Ralph Cissne Danny Clark David Clark Dolores Clark Lyn Clark Raymond Clark Becky Clayton Susan Clifton Carol Clinton David Coate Craig Cobb Mike Cody Steve Coleman Steve Colley Georgeann Collins Marie Collins Paula Collins Yvonne Collins Hank Colvert Sue Cook Cathy Cooper Kathy Cornelison Kristi Cory Mike Coughlin Pam Cowart Janet Cowper Sandy Craig Larry Crosley David Crumby Peggy Cummings Mary Daiker 0 Challenge ls T00 Great for Alert Class, Dick Daniel Sheryl Daniel Arlene Davis Debi Davis Donna Davis Janice Davis Mike Davis Milt Davis Mary Dawkins Gary Defibaugh Bob Delano Danny Dennehy Kathy Dennis James Dolan Mark Drenshaw Pat Duffy Pat Duncan Dalta Eads Tim Eaker Yvonne Easlon David Ecker Marsha Edwards Marilyn Effinger Janet Ehrlich ITS fest time! Mark Kelm sfruggles fo C OH no I SfUdlEd the wrong things Mark SORRY about thatl Teacher Charlene Burton Cenfrafe fhe nighg before exams suffers his first glance of the test fe9feffUllY hands Mafk his PGPSY Day-to-Day Routme Demands Concentratlon Larry Ellioft Candy Emerson Brad Emmert Roger Empie John Erickson Elaine Evans Kendall Evans Gene Fair Gloria Fant Kent Farrand Warren Felton Georgene Fezler Pennie Field Pat Fields Patsy Finch Chris Finefrock Janet Forester Dale Fortlage Thomas Foster John Foust Larry Foutz Connie Francisco Sharon Franks Sandra Freeny W? Juniors Year's Big "Qi" oment - Class Rin s 'Q' mv' ,. ,"""k 4. 0 Mikel French Debby Frye Dan Funk Mike Gaddy Lyn Gaines Janice Gallegly Billy Gallop John Gardner Kent Gafewood Ruth Gaul' Glenn Gee Shanna Geiser Jim Germann Starr Gholston Marilyn Gibson Tom Gibson John Gilbert Ernie Gill Sandra Gill Danny Gilley Andrew Gin Toni Ginfer Rhonda Gober Mike Goddard Arrive Karen Goldman Jerry Goodrich Shirley Goss Cynthia Graff Griff Graham Leia Graham Robert Grantham Jeff Gray John Green Don Greenamyer Tommy Greenhaw Jim Gregory Thirza Gregory Ava Grey Pat Griffin Richard Griggs Paul Gritz Joyue Grove Bob Hagan Dale Hall Jerry Hall Pam Hall Terry Hall Jay Hallman Harla Hamilton David Hanna Stephen Harcourt Barbara Hardin Ann Harley Eddie Harms Greg Harris Jonathan Harris Terry Harris Dana Harrison Richard Harrison Pat Hartman Susan Heare Paul Heath Sissy Heckel Billy Held John'Held Jeffrey Helfer VISIONS of class rings fill Janis Bourland's daydreams. fb' Kathy Hellen Rodger Hendricks Donald Hensch Philip Hensdw Bettye Hicks Craig Hicks Y ew ...f lm Electronic Gadgets Help 2I2 Larry Highley Janet Hindes Kay Hinkle Warren Hock Stan Hodge Lareeca Hogan Danny Holden Vivian Hopkins Jo Horn Marilyn Horn Lois Horne Mike Horrigan Dwayne Horton Elaine Houser Beth Howard Larry Howard Terri Howard Gary Howell Susan Hoyt Paula Hudson Philip Hudson Linda Huffman Cheryl Hughes Sharman Hughes Increase Knowledge, Kirk Humphreys Roger Hurt Brenda Husband Sue Isaac Eilene Jackson Susan Jackson David Jacob Sammy Jacobson Morris James Nancy James Jane Ann Jayne Larry Jefferson w- WOULD you believe-S2500 for Christmas tree ornaments? Every piece of decoration, which Tom Willett and Robert Helt adiust, is some electronical component. I Nancy Jesseph Bob Johnson Charles Johnson Darylyn Johnson Gerald Johnson Joy Johnson Bob Jones Karen Jones Kay Jones Ricky Jones Deborah Joy Michele Kashner Bill Kell Mark Keim Pam Keleher Lorrie Keller Bendy Kendall Kathy Kendall Fay Kennedy Carol Kerr Claire Kerschner Stephen Kinser Kafin Kongs John Lackey - ia 'inf ,Q-f' fg, 3-rm, 799 QM ppp- , Yf gf aw "!"""P "MW ll. LX A L Boys Show In enuit in Original Projects yyyyy J L A' " " a lllflafiilufh J eral il ' 1 A ' i ' A " A L J l Sreven Lassman Linda Lay Ronald Leard Albert Ledberrer Ronnald Lee George Lemmon Valli Lewellen Bonnie Lingerfelf ,.,..f- '40 MM ri , T Qi 'huh .-...., mum Suzanne Takes Top Teen ,.-f A-"'Wvu' in' ,fv- Y an Linda Lippoldt Betty Lisby Susan Little Bob Lockwood Richard Logan Becky Lout Danny Loving Dorothy Lowe Susan Lowe Phil Lowther Kirk Lytle Q Margaret Machulis Eugene Mahanay Mary Manning David Manson Dorothy Mapes David Marley Jesse Martin Title Third Time, " ' 51:33 3' f 'Q J i . fl ,, !.,,.a fx ,Jx r 'X 5 if L a,f.,-4' 3 -4- - Six -3 in Mike Martin Suzanne Martin Carol Martz Suzanne Mason Cheri Maxwell Jimmy May Patrick May Carie McBride Linda McCullough Beth McCully Jerry McCutcheon Patty Mcoannald Mike McElroy Lynn McGinty Frank McGregor Terry McMahon Gary McNutt Randy McPherson Connie Meachan. Chris Meek Mike Merchant Judith Meriwether John Messinger Cynthia Metheny CLOSE check of equipment is made by Dale Hall, audio visual aide, before showing a film to a class. Jeanene Miller Steve Miller Jan Mock Randy Montgomery Peggy Moore Terrell Moore David Morgan Margaret Morgan Jane Morris Chris Meek Tapped, Too, Beverly Moss Roy Mote Margena Murphy Sam Musallam Joni Mythen Susan Nelson Stephanie Newell Harry Newman Bob Nigh Wayne Null Leslie Odell Gary Ogle Michael Palmer Philip Parham Joseph Parker Steven Peck Barbara Pedigo Nancy Pennington Bill Perry Larry Phillips Nancy Phillips Janet Phinney James Pigg Phyllis Pipkin 7 'Nr' C assmates ,- Vis up ,,...a-- dn mafia iw i,- 5 A ,A .L L 'bs' fly' ,. BQ'-353 f "1' 5 frzra -fa ffx f E m -, ' l L" J . iff: V llifif if - J , ' LL,,, L11- t. 1 all .4 Juniors 'Nl' "fi-v Rene Pitt Doug Polk Ken Pollock Jim Porch Mike Porter Carolyn Potts Bill Powell David Powell Walter Pralle Jim Price Mike Pricer Karen Pruet Becky Pryor Jim Puckett Beverly Quindt David Quine Suzy Quinn JoAnne Ragsdale Randy Rahill Steve Rahill Ron Ratcliff James Ray Beth Reid Betty Reynolds 'Memories Are Made of This' - Prom Theme MEMENTOS of the Junior-Senior Prom will be treas- ured for many years by iunior girls. 2l6 . it ' x K ALA ve fX Bob Rhodes Charles Rhodes Diana Richmond Meredith Riddle Bob Ridley Pat Roach Lynn Robinson Kathey Robison Cara Roblyer Judy Rogers Mike Rogers Tom Rogers Ralph Rollins Talesa Rose Gordon Ross Barbara Roth Ed Rousar David Runyan Tom Russell Susan Rutledge Debbie Saied Alan Sanclgarten Diane Sarinske Steve Savage Linda Schell Dale Schier Eric Schmidt Alan Schmitz Stan Scott Jerry Scovill Gail Seaman Donnie Seay Betty Shaw Dance Decor Spotll hts Sparklmg Moments Jim Shaw Katie Sheehan Janice Sheltman Curtis Shepard Gail Shepherd Vicki Sheppard Kathy Shirley Steve Siegel Genie Silvey Barbara Simonson Janice Simpson Peggie Singleton Bob Sisson Lynn Skeen Jim Slater Brenda Smith Bronna Smith Charlie Smith Juniors Cynthia Smith David Smith Debbie Smith Fred Smith Jack Smith Joanne Smith Linda Smith Paul Smith Richard Smith' Steve Smith Susan Smith Sylvia Smith Bob Sneed Gayle Snider larry Snow Diana Snyder Peggy Southard Les Sparks Western Culture Captivates, Stirs Humanities Roger Spear Mike Stack John Stacy Susan Stacy Deedee Staley James Stapp Karen Staten Sally Steele Tom Steele Sherry Stemm Sharlin Stephens Gary Steves Pat Stewart Tom Stewart Janet St. George David St. John Carol Stone Monte Stone Gay Stotts Diane Streeter Virginia Styles Carol Styron Jennifer Suchy Carol Sullivan INTERPRETATION of famous paintings by Richard Wilson and Bonnie Burrows in Humanities class adds interest to the study of Western Classes, Mike Sullivan Betty Summers Mike Sutter David Swain Allen Sykes Barry Sylvan Cydney Tabor Tom Tapscott Linda Tate Sharon Tate John Taylor Sharon Taylor Wrenette Taylor Van Temple Steve Teter Marilyn Thaler Jim Thomas Melissa Thomas Mike Thomas Nancy Thomas Priscilla Thomas Diane Thompson Julian Thompson Beth Thrower culture. Inspires an Interpretive Pro ram 2 y l Juniors Reggie Thurman Don 'Tidholm Kaye Tigert Nancy Tillinghast Dan Tillman Brenda Tinsley Jon Tippin Debbie Todd Laura Townsend Bill Trimble Claudia Tripp Don Trott Patty Tubb Susan Turk Karen Turnell Kent Turner Laura Turney Pete Ukena Sonya Vandennieuwenhof Ronnie Vann Sandra Vanscoy Mike Varnell Richard Varnell Vicki Vaughan Class Anticipates '68 - Its Final, Big Year 220 Debbie Vaughn Jean Vaughn David Venters Debbie Violett Helen Waddle Pat Wadley Rebecca Wakefield Betty Walker Margie Walker Martha Walker Jim Walkup Linda Walpole Eric Warner Ed Warren Rebecca Warren Mike Way Mike Weeks Laurie West -wav- Elaine Wheeler Bill White Jeff White Howard Whitehead ,gf s, Mark Whitney 7 Jim Whytlaw 5 if - 1 L Jan Wilbourn Walter Wilbourn Larry Wilcox Janet Wiles Cary Wilkinson Beverly Williams Y Gary Williams Helen Williams Larry Williams Joyce Williamson 'H Sara Williamson Terry Willson Steve Wilmoth Stan Wilsey Carol Wilson Richard Wilson Philip Wise Greg Wift 699' Jim hytlaw Sets Records with Diving Feats Audrey Witten Tommy Wolff Paul Wood Ralph Wood Diane Woods Brenda Wosey Alan Wrany 1 Jerri Wright Logan Wright JIM WHYTLAW displays the form that earned him all-state honors in swimming. He also broke the city record two years. 22l -nf' NEW graduation robes chosen this year are admired by senior class officers pres., Mr. Weinert, chairman of the seventeen senior class sponsors, Sally and sponsor: Rita Maupin, sgt-at-arms, Kerry Slack, sec.5 Terry Farmer, Brown, trees., and Greg Farha, v. pres. Seniors SELECTED Top Teen in her class for the fourth consecutive year is Gloria Lundien. John Musgrave was elected Top Teen for his second year. 222 Proud Cass Fosters Brand New Traditions NORTHWEST CLASSEN-SCHOOL ABOVE AND BE- YOND-and from the moment the '67 class arrived in September 1963 until the final strains of the gradua- tion recessional shall die away in Taft Stadium May 25, the 685 seniors have put all their efforts and enthusiasm into proving just that. Eager to initiate improvements in senior activities, seniors were granted the privilege of scheduling more class meetings than ever before. Consequently, seniors were better informed and were able to voice in- dividual opinions. At the first class meeting significant changes were made. Light weight commencement robes were sub- stituted for the former gray wool gowns, and for the first time the commencement speakers were chosen from the graduating class. Formerly a prominent guest speaker gave the address at ceremonies. Seniors voted to move the Senior Sermon, which has been dropped in many schools, from the school auditorium to St. Luke's Methodist Church this year. Making arrangements for college proved very time consuming. But seniors took time to relish participating in all Knightland activities for the last time, eager to meet the challenge of the new life ahead. ACORD, JOHN: German Club 3, 4: Shield rep. 4: lCasadyJ. AHLFELDT, BECKY: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4: Honor Language 3, 4: Coronets 2-4: Courtesy Club 3, 4: Great Books Club 4: JCL I-4: Medical Careers Club 4. AKEN, CAROL: Cygnets I-4: Courtesy Club 2-4. AKIN, DON: Tennis I-4: Band I, 2: Spanish Club 3. ALBRIGHT, CLIFF: Electronics Club 4. ALBRIGHT, KATHLEEN: Coronets I, 2. ALLEN, DEBBIE. DE Princess 4: Coronets I-3: Girls' Chorus I, 2: DE 4: Emerson Proiect 3. ALLEN, JUDY: Cyg- nets l'-3: Courtesy Club 2: German Club 3. ANDERSON, GAYLE: Honor Math 3, 4: Coro- nets 'I-4: Courtesy Club 2-4: Court Jesters 2, 3: JCL I-4: Red Cross rep. 2, 3: Medical Careers Club 4, pres. 4. ANDERSON, GLORIA: All- Sports Princess 4: Princess of Friendship 4: Nat'l. Honor Society 4: Honor Roll I, 4: All- School Cheerleader 3, 4, head 4: Cygnets 'I-4, cheerleader 2: Courtesy Club 2, 3: Court Jesters 1-4, treas. 3, chm. 4. ANDERSON, MARTY: Student Council 4: Key Club 2-4: Track 'I-4: Boys' "O" Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 2-4. ANDREWS, TIM: Wrestling I, 3, 4: German Club 2. ARENS, NANCY: Honor Math 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Cygnets I-4: Courtesy Club 2-4: Round Table Staff 3, 4: French Club 3: JCL I-3: Junior Delegates 3, 4,x hist. 3, corresp. sec. 4. ARNN, DENNIS: Hi-Y 4. ASH, MIKE: Falcons I-4, sgt.-at-arms 3: Football mgr. 2-4: Boys' "O" Club 2-4: Shield rep. 3: German Club 4. ASHBAUGH, JACK: Hi-Y 2, 3. Loyalty Runs Deep in Close-Knit Class AUSTIN, BILL: Lancers I: COE 4. AVERY JEANINE: Coronets I-3. BACHHOFER, AARON. BACON, SANDY: Quill and Scroll 3, 4, sec. 4: Cygnets I-4: Courtesy Club 2: Round Table Staff 2-4: Shield Staff 3, bus. mgr 3: Spanish Club 4. BALLARD, PHYLLIS: Student Council 4: Courtesy Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y. BARKER, MARCUS, JR: Nat'l. Honor Society 4: Honor Math 3, 4: Honor Language 4: Math Analysis Club 4: French Club 2-4: German Club 3, 4: Science Club 1, 3, 4. BARKER, SUSAN: Cygnets I-4: Courtesy Club 2-4: Court Jesters I: Red Cross rep. I. BARNES, GLENDA: Coronets I-4: Courtesy Club 2-4. 'I . 4-.H I 1' 6 K . ' 2255511 z,sss:fs::sz?'4 vw . ttqgtfeggagg I? -4' ' s me 'F' Q sr- ! L ,.-.-4 ' : ,, I ' w , gg i 1 X iv :- . . , i .. ..., , .A . l - X, at :W q i W Rf X ,I :Mu-v Seniors dw "f t M 'Rh' ., ' . lfM.. , 5 57 V. V IE' 'A i GT . ..., . I fa BARNES, NANCY. BATEMAN, DAVE: Hi-Y 4: Coin Club 2. BAUMBERGER, RICK: DE 4, 2nd v. pres. 4: Great Books Club 4: sgt.-at-arms 4: NFL 3: Hi-Y 3, 4. BAYS, KAREN: Cygneis 'I-4: Girls' Sports T, 2: Red Cross rep. "I, alt. 2. BEAUSANG, BETSIE: Honor Roll 2, 4: Student Council 2, 4: Coronets i: Courtesy Club 2: Girls' "O" Club I-3, chapl. 2, 3: Great Books Club 4. BELL, BETTE: Cygnets 1-3: Shield rep. 2: COE 4. BENDAU, BILL: JCL I. BENHAM, LINDA: Coronets 4: CLiberal, Kansasj. April . . . May . . . Time Flies . . . The Final Flurr - BENTLEY, JOHN: Electronics Club 4: Radio Club 3. BERRY- HILL, BARBARA: cygners 'I-4: Orchestra 'I-4: French Club 3, 4: Red Cross rep. 3, 4: Band Girls' I-4. BERTHELOT, CHRISTINE: Falcon Princess 4: Student Council 3, alt. 4: Cygnets 2-4: French Club 2-4: treas. 4. BINNS, MAR- SHALL: N-at'I. Honor Society 3, 4: Honor Math 4: Honor Lan- guage 3, 4: Key Club 3: Span- ish Club 3, 4, rec. sec. 3, ist v. pres. 3: Red Cross rep. 3, ass't. sec. 3: CClassenJ. BISHOP, JOHN: Nat'I. Art Hon- or Society 4: Key Club 2-4: Hi-Y 3, 4. BLACKBURN, JOE: Nat'I. Honor Society 3, 4, treas. 4: Honor Math 2-4: Key Club 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4: City Treas- urer for a Day 4: Math Analysis Club 4, att. sec. 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, pres. 4. BLACKWELL, HARDY: Red Cross rep. 4. BLAIR, KEITH: Football 3, 4: Track 'I-4: Boys' "O" Club 3, 4. ,gawk ,y Nj, ..,, .T DREAMS of the future, memories of the past, occupy Gloria Anderson's thoughts on the eve of graduation. C BLAKEY, SHARI: Nat'I. Honor Society 4, Honor Roll 4, Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4. BLASCHKE, MIKE: Wrestling I-4, Great Books Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, v. pres. 4. BOND, DEANNA: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Honor Roll 3, 4, Honor Language 4, Student Council 4, Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Shield Staff 4, bus. mgr. 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, pres. 4, pub. mgr. 4. BOND, JAMES: Honor Math 3, 4, Track 4. BONTLY, BILL: Falcons 1-4, Band I, 2. BOUR- LAND, MIKE: Lancers 2, 3, sgt.-at-arms 3, Band I-3, JCL 2, 3. BOWERS, VICKI: Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Court Jesters 1, 2. BRACE, BRENDA: Pep Club l, 2, Y-Teen 2, sec. 2, Girls' Chorus I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, FTA I, lNortheastl. 'We Will Never Forget This Year, Because ' BRADSHAW, BETTY: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Honor Math 3, 4, Coronets 'I-4, Band I-4, JCL 13, Band Girls' 2-4, v. pres. 4, pres. 4, Sym- phony Hi-Notes 2, 3. BRADY, BOB: Red Cross rep. 4, Medical Careers Club 4, sgt.-at-arms 4. BRADY, JAMES. BRAMBLE, BEVERLY: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4. BRANDELL, JOHN: Nat'I. Honor Society 4, Hon- or Math 4, Math Analysis 4, Science Club 4, Electronics Club 3, 4. BRANHAM, JUDY: Cyg- nets' I, 2, Girls' Chorus I, 2, Red Cross rep. I. BRAWLEY, KIRK: Key Club 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Football 'I-4, Boys' "O" Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. BRAY, PHIL: Boys' "O" Club 4, Cryslurs 2-4, Shield rep. 4, Red Cross rep. 3. BREHM, ESTHER: Honor Roll 3, 4, Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, Girls' "O" Club 2-4, chapl. 3, hist. 3, pres. 4. BRODNAN, JANE: Student Council 3, Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, JCL 3, 4, Red Cross rep. 4. BROKAW, JOHN: Stu- dent Council 4, Tennis a, 4, aRoNsoN, SHAR- ON: Key Club Sweetheart 4, Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, asst. treas. 4, v. pres. 4, Court Jesters I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2. BROWN, RICK: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Hon- or Roll I-4, Honor Math 2-4, Honor Language 3, 4, Key Club 4, Band 'I-3, German Club I-4. BROWN, SALLY: Lancer Princess 4, Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll I-4, Honor Math 3, 4, treas. 4, Student Council 4, Class trees. 4, Coronets 'I-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, Courtesy Club 2-4, parl. 3, sgt.-at-arms 3, pres. 4, BROWN, SU- SAN: Cygnets I, 2, German Club I-3, Library Club 'l. BRYANT, DAVE: Nat'l. Art Honor So- ciety 4, Baseball I-4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4. Seniors 'Girl, Boy Watchers' Circulate in '9'x, 226 BRYANT, EMMA: Student Council 4: Coronets 1-4: Courtesy Club 2-4. BULLARD, SUE: Coronets I-4: Courtesy Club 2-4: Court Jesters 2. BUNCH, BRUCE: Wrestling 'I-4: Boys' "O" Club 3, 4: Aeronautics Club 2. BURGHART, SUE: Lancer Queen 4: Student Council 4: Cygnets 'l-4: Courtesy Club 2-4: Tri-Hi-Y 2. BURNETT, LINDA: Student Council alt. 4: Coro- nets I-4: Courtesy Club 2-4: Great Books Club 4. BURROWS, DIANNA: Coronets I-4: Courtesy Club 2, 3: Great Books Club 4. BURT, DEN- NIS. BUSCH, SHIRLEY: Honor Roll 1, 4: Cyg- nets I-4: Red Cross rep. 3. CABELL, THERESE: Princess of Print 4: Nat'l. Art Honor Society 2-4, treas. 3, reporter 4: Student Council 2-4: Coronets 'I-4: Round Table Staff 4, art ed. 4: Great Books Club 4: German Club 2, 3: Red Cross rep. I, 2. CALLAWAY, DIANE: Cygnets 'I-4, ushering chrm. 4: Cryslurs 4: Girls' Chorus I-3: German Club 3. CARLE- TON, SUE: Coronets I, 2: Swimming 2-4: Girls' "O" Club 2-4: Symphony Hi-Notes 1, 2. CARLTON, SUZY: Coronets 3, 4: Great Books Club 4: JCL 3, 4: Junior Delegates 3, 4: Red Cross rep. 4: CFt. Worth, Texasl. Crowded Halls, CARMAN, CHARLIE. CARMAN, PHYLLIS: Cygnets 4: Girls' Chorus: JCL 3, 4: KGuamJ. CASSADY, TOM: Student Council 4: Lancers 3. CAWTHON, GEORGIA: Honor Roll 4. CHALOUPEK, DONNA: Cygnets I-3: Courtesy Club 2: DE 4. CHANEY, SANDY: Honor Math 3: Coronets I-4: Courtesy Club 2: Cryslurs 2-4, hist. 3, treas. 4: JCL 2-4. CHARLESTON, STEVE: Nat'I. Honor Society 3, 4: Student Council 4: Key Club 2-4: NFL I-4, hist. 4, pres. 4: An- nouncers Club 2-4: French Club 3, 4, v. pres. 4: JCL I, 2. CHEATHAM, BILL: Key Club 2-4, brd. member 2, 3: Baseball I-4: Basketball 1-4: Boys' "O" Club 2-4: Great Books Club 4, v. pres. 4: JCL 3, 4. CHOATE, NEIL: Football 3, 4: Wrestling I-4: CSoutheastJ, CHOATE, STEVE: Prince of Print 4: Football I-4: Wrestling 1: Track I-4: Boys' "O" Club 'I-4: fsoutheasfl. CHRISTIAN, STEPH- ANY: Quill and Scroll 4: Coronets I, 2: Court Jesters I: Round Table Staff 2-4. CHRISTIAN- SON, CHERYL: Girls' "O" Club 4: CHobartD. CHRISTOPHER, PEGGY: Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, Court Jesters I, 2, Round Table Staff 2-4, Shield rep. 3, 4. CHURCH, ROBERT: Band 2-4, March- ing Band 2-4, Pep Band 2, 3, Great Books Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Medical Careers Club 3, 4. CLANCY, DEBBIE: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3. CLARK, BECKY: Student Council 4, Cygnets 1-4, CLARK, LIZ: Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 3, French Club 3, German Club 1, 2, Red Cross rep. 3, lChateau- roux, Francei. CLARK, MIKE: COE 4. CLARK, LIZ: Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 3, French Club 3, German Club 'I, 2, Red Cross rep. 3, lChateau- roux, Francej. CLARK, MIKE: COE 4. NW y EVERY well-dressed senior girl must have at least , one "fall," Kathy Murphy insists as Sandra Homesey adiusts her new hair piece, a popular fad. Observe Latest Fads, -Catch p on Conversations CLARK, TERRY: Honor Math 4, Quill and Scroll 4, treas. 4, Baseball 'I-4, Round Table Staff 3, 4, ed. 4, Shield Staff 3, 4, bus. mgr. 3, Math Analysis Club 4, Oil Executive for a Day 4, CLAUNCH, ELAINE: Round Table Royalty 4, Student Council 4, Class treas. 2, Coronets 'I-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, cheerleader 3, pres. 4, Courtesy Club 4, Court Jesters 'I-3. COBB, JOHN: Lancers I-4, hist. 2, Cryslurs 2-4, NFL I-3. COBB, TONYA: Band I-4, German Club I-3, Red Cross 2, 3, Symphony Hi Notes 3, 4. COBURN, CATHERINE: Cygnets i-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y I. CODY, EARL: Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Football I-4, Base- ball l-4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Shield Staff 'I-4, Hi-Y 4. COFFIA, MARGARET. COGGINS, SANDRA: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Honor Lan- guage 4, Coronets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, chapl. 4, Girls' "O" Club 3, 4, pres. 4, German Club 2-4, hist. 3, FTA 2, 3. COLLIER, MARTHA: Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Red Cross rep. I. COLLINS, DAVID: Key Club 2 NFL 2, 3 Hi-Y 4. COMBS, DEBBY: Coro- nets l, 2 Red Cross rep. I, 2. COOK, BILL: Honor Roll I, Lancers I-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, corres. sec. 3, sec. 3, pledge master 4. .4 New -4 1, in WRST' 'S ixilsl, , l Seniors COOK, MIKE: Track 1-4, Shield rep, 4. COOK, SUZANNE: Court- esy Club 3, 4, Emerson Proiect 3, Red Cross rep. 3, Shield rep. 4, 20th Century Homemakers 4. COPLEY, SHARON: Nat'I. Merit Finalist 4, Betty Crocker Home- maker orf Tomorrow Award 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Math Analy- sis Club 4, Great Books Club 4, Science Club 3, 4, treas. 4, Red Cross rep. 4. CORBIN, KATHY: Honor Roll 2, 4, Cyg- nets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Court Jesters I, FTA 2. COREY, CHARLIE: Wrestling 1-4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4. CORN, GARY: Lancers 1, 2. CORNISH, TERESA: Nat'l. Hon- or Society 4, Honor Roll 2-4, Nat'l. Art Honor Society 2-4, chapl. 3, Cygnets 1-4, chapl. 4, Courtesy Club 2, Court .Iesters 2, 3. COSGROVE, KATHLEEN: Coronets 1, 2, Courtesy Club 2, Shield rep. 2, 3. POINTS are checked off the agenda at OCIPA COkIahoma City lnterscholastic Press Association, meeting by Presi- dent Ray Miller, four-year member of the Shield staff. Talented C ass Produces Promising Leadersg 228 COTTER, PHIL: Student Council 4, Swimming 1-4, capt. 4, Boys' "O" Club 2-4, sec. 4, Shield rep. 4, Hi-Y ,2-4, sgt.-at-arms 3. COTTRELL, KERRY: French Club 3, German Club 1, 2, Li- brary Club 1-4, treas. 2, chapl. 3. COWPER, BILL. COX, BELYNDA: Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 3, 4, Court .Iesters 1, 2. COY, NEALE: Honor Math 3, Football mgr. 3, 4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Falcons 1-4, parl. 1, 3, 4, hist. 4, sgt.-at-arms 1, 2. CRAIG, KAREN: Student Council alt. 3, Class sgt.-at-arms 3, Cyg- nets 1-4, hospitality chm. 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Court Jesters 1-3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, Red Cross rep. 2. CROASDALE, BOBBY: Baseball 1-4, Boys' "O" Club 4. CRUMPLER, RITA: Coro-nets 1-3, Red Cross alt. 1-4, Shield rep. 4. CULLEN, JAY. DANE, AUSTIN: Cryslurs 2, 3, Library Club 2. DANELY, PEGGY: Coronets 2-4, Courtesy Club 2, 37 Band I-4: Red Cross rep. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4: Medical Careers Club 4. DANIEL, DENNIS: Key Club 2-4: Baseball I-4: Boys' "O" ,Club 4. DARNELL, JOHNNY. DAVIS, CATHY: Student Council 4, alt. 2, 3: Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, sec. 4, Courtesy Club 2-4: Court Jesters I, 2: Red Cross rep. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2. DAVIS, DEBBIE: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, Court Jesters I-3, cheerleader 2. DAVIS, GEORGE: JCL 4. DAVIS, JAMES: Boys' "O" Club 3, DAVIS, PAULA: Cygnets I-4: Courtesy Club 2, 3: Court Jesters 3. DAVIS, SHARYL: Nat'I. Honor Society 4, Hon- or Roll I, 3, 4: Student Council 4, Class treas. 3: Coronets 'I-4, cheerleader 2, asst. treas. 4: Courtesy Club 2-4: Court Jesters I-3, cheer- leader 'Ig Tri-Hi-Y 2. DeLAUGHTER, MICHAEL DEMPSEY, BOB: Key Club 2, 3: Track I-4: Boys' "O" Club 2-4: Hi-Y 2, 3, v. pres. 3. DEWEY, JOHN: Key Club 2-4: Swimming I-4, Boys' "O" Club 2-4, Hi-Y I-4. DOLING, JANET: Coronets 'I-4, hist. 4, Courtesy Club 2: 20th Century Homemakers 4, v.,pres. 4. DONNELL, JOHN. Honors, Awards Reward Knights for Effort DOOLEN, LARRY: Honor Math 3, 4. DUGGAN, JOHN. DUGGER, CAROLYN: Cygnets I-4. DUN- BAR, CONNIE: Nat'l. Art Honor Society 4, treas. DUNCAN, PAUL: Lancers 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, chapl. 3, rfeas. 4, JCL 1, 2. ouNcAN, PERRY: Lancers 2-4, duc of the year 2, treas. 3, 4, v. pres 4, Pep Council 4, Tennis I-4: Boys' "O" Club 4. DUNSMORE, JIMMY. EAGIN, SHERRY: Falcon Princess 4: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, ass't. sec. 4: Honor Math 3, 4: Honor Language 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Cygnets I-4, parl. 3, hist. 4, ass't. sec. 4: Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at- arms 2, hist. 3. Seniors EDMONDSON, JUDY: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, sec. 4, Honor Math 3, 4, Honor Language 3, 4, Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at- arms 3, sec. 4, Girls' "O" Club 3, 4, parl. 4, JCL 'I-4, sec. 3. EDWARDS, DANE. EHRLICH, DOROTHY: Cygnets I-4. EISCHEN, DAN: Stu- dent Council 3, 4, chapl. 4, Falcons I-4, sgt.- at-arms I, 2, chapl. 3, sec. 4, Nat'l. Thespians 4, Announcers' Club 4, French Club 'l, German Club I, 3, 4, YTK 2-4, v. pres. 4. ELDER, ROB: Student Council 4, Jr. Rotarian 4, Class sgt.-at-arms 2, Key Club 2, Football mgr. 2-4, Boys' "O" Club 2-4, Great Books Club 4, Cryslurs l-4, bus. mgr. 3, v. pres. 4. ELLIS, JAMES: Football I-4, Track'I, 2, 4, Boys' "O" Club 2-4. ELLSWORTH, SANDRA: Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, JCL I, 2, Junior Delegates 3, 4, treas. 4. EMANUEL, BILL: Science Club 4, Electronics Club 3, 4, Radio Club 1, 2, Aviation Club 3. EMBERTON, CAROLE: Coronets 'l-3, Courtesy Club 2, Round Table Staff 2, Red Cross rep. 4, Shield rep. 2, 3. EMBREE, JERRY. ERICK- SON, STEVE: JCL 3, 4 Election Bd. 4. ERLE- WINE, DOLORES. Relaxation Brings Bonuses to Crowded Years f A " fs.. A F ,. . W " - ,ma gms. W ,zu f-H5 of :. , 3 I Q- f,5,.5o f , M Q MM ,iff Q M, .f-la' 1 5 'L I - aww- ti 11 fi.. " " . .. us .s .f,,,.-1-,,.f.,..3,,y , ,...s..., , f ,,., . , Q. V '.,,. 4 1 'if' if t. J J 4 , ,QL , Q E .- ' ' Q' is 3 Q 4 f 4 F 1.33 . ' Q X .f M f is . 3- X 13. 2 Eg Q 5' '3' 230 ETHERIDGE, JIM. EVERETT, MIKE: Shield Rep. 4. FAIR, GARY: 'Honor Roll 2-4, NFL 4, JCL 3, 4, FTA 3, Li- brary Club 2-4, sec. 3, pres. 4, Junior Delegates 2-4, parl. 3, treas. 3, v. pres. 4. FAIRCHILD, BRUCE: Round Table Royalty 4, Honor Roll 3, Honor Math 3, 4, Student Council 4, Key Club 4, Football 3, 4, Boys' "O" Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Asst. Principal for a Day 4. FARHA, GREG: Student Council 3, 4, Class v. pres. 4, Key Club 4, Band I, Hi-Y 3, 4. FARLEY, CLIFFORD: Basketball mgr. I, Cryslurs 4, Orchestra I-4, Red Cross rep. I-4, treas. 3, v. pres. 4, Symphony Hi-Notes I-4, parl. SPRING FEVER? Senioritis? Don Marley and Susie Huclcabay find a pleasant way to study for finals. FARMER, DEBBIE: Coronets I-45 Courtesy Club 2-45 Election Bd. 4. FARMER, TERRY: Prince of Friendship 45 Nat'l. Honor Society 45 Class pres. 45 Jr. Rotarian 45 Key Club 2-45 Great Books Club 45 NFL 'I-45 Inter-city Student Council 4. FARRELL, MIKE: Honor Math 2, 35 Key Club 45 Spanish Club 35 Hi-Y 4. FARRIS, WALTER. FATHEREE, BARBARA: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 45 Honor Math 35 Honor Language 45 Coronets 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, sec. 35 FTA 2-4, chapl. 3, v. pres. 45 Junior Delegates 3, 4, sec. 4, v. pres. 4. FAW, JAMES: Nat'l. Honor Society 45 Science Club I-45 Medical Careers Club 4, sgt.-at-arms 4. FERN, SHERYL: Cygnets 'I-45 Courtesy Club I, 2. FINEFROCK, DEBBIE: Nat'l. Art Honor So- ciety I-4, chapl. 2, sec. 3, 45 Student Council 4, hist. 45 Coronets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 1, reporter 2, rec. sec. 4, att. sec. 45 Courtesy Club 2-45 Court Jesters I-35 NFL I-45 Nat'l. Thespians 3, 4. FISHER, DOROTHY: Red Cross rep. 4. FISCHER, JANICE. FISH, SUSAN: Student Council alt. 45 Coronets 2-45 Courtesy Club 25 Great Books Club 45 NFL I-45 JCL I-45 Shield rep. 35 Junior Delegates I-4, chapl. 4, pres. 4. FISHEL, JANICE: Student Council 2, 35 Cygnets I-4. Honor Society Taps 3 Seniors Final Semester FITPATRICK, RANDY: Class pres. 35 NFL 3, 4, trees. 35 Nat'l. Thespians I-4, pres. 4. FLEEN- OR, BILL. FLEMING, BILL. FLENNIKEN, TIM: Band I-35 Marching Band I-3. FORBES, DEE ANN:- Coronets 'I- 35 Spanish Club 3: FORD, IALA: Student Council alt. 35 Cygnets 'I-45 Courtesy Club 45 Election Bd. 3, 45 Red Cross alt. 35 Shield rep. 4. FORD, KATHY: Courtesy Club 3. FOWLER, DEBBY: 20th Century Homemakers 4, CKilleen, Texasl. FRANKS, ELINDA: Cygnets 2, 3, COE 4. FREDRICK, WYNONA. FROGGE, TONI: Coronets l-3, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters 'I-3, Red Cross rep. 4. FULLING, CAROLE: Coronets 3, DE 4, hist. 4, Shield rep. 4. FULTON, ROBYN. FUNK, BILL: CMcGuinnessJ. Seniors G6UPiH,S Photos Capture School's Imagination, GALLAGHER, LARRY. GARDNER, MARSHA: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Honor Math 3, 4, Cygnets l-4, Great Books Club 4, JCL 2, 3, Red Cross rep. 4, Medical Careers Club 4, sec. 4. GARIS, DON. GARNER, CECIL. GEE, LARRY. GENTRY, BILL: Student Council 'l, 2, Emerson Project 3. GEURIN, JERRY: Quill ,N and Scroll 3, 4, pres. 4, Key Club 2, 3, Round t"- Table Staff l-4, photographer ed. 4, Shield rep. 3, 4, Red Cross rep. 3. GIN, NORMAN: Stu- dent Council alt. 4, Wrestling mgr. 3, Great Books Club 4, German Club 4, JCL 4, CNEJ. GINN, DALE: German Club l, 2, Electronics Club '4. GOBER, SHERRY: Honor Math 3, 4, Coronets 2, Courtesy Club 2, Red Cross rep. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, FTA 4. GOINS, JERRY: Boys' Chorus 1, 2,.JCL 2-4, Science Club 3, Library Club 3, 4, YTK 4. GORMAN, LARRY. GOSS, LEE ANN: Cygnets l-4, Courtesy Club 4, Round Table Staff 3, 4, Red Cross rep. 4. GOSSETT, DOUG: Lancers 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 3, hist. 3, sec. 4, Electronics Club 3, 4. GRASLEY, JIM: Knight of Friendship 4, Round Table Royal- ty 4, Key Club 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Track 2-4, Boys' VO" Club 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Red Cross rep. 2. GREEN, DON. 232 GREEN, JOHNNY: Track l, 2, Boys' "O" Club 3. GRISHAM, CATHY: Falcon Princess 4, Stu- dent Council alt. 4, Cygnets 3, 4,-ass't. sec. 4, Courtesy Club 3, 4, Court Jesters 3, Round Table Staff 4, Shield repf 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. GRISSOM, DARLENE: Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters 1, Red Cross rep. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. GRUSSENDORF, RORI: Cygnets 1-4. I-Iatchett Scores in Lab GUTHERY, SHIRLEY: Coronets 1-3, Emerson Project 3. GUYSI, HOLT: Student Council 4, NFL 1, 2, Hi-Y 4, sec. 4, Red Cross alt. 4, Nurse for-a-Day 4. HAFFNER, PALMER: Track 1-4, Boys' "O" Club 2-4, Election Bd. 3, Ger- man Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4. HAGSTROM, ROBERT: Honor Math 3, 4, JCL 2, Electronics Club 4, Red Cross rep. 4. HAIL, NORMAN. HALL, MIKE: Student Council 4, Key Club 2-4, AFS Finalist 3, Swimming 3, 4, JCL 1-3, tri-Hi-Y 2-4, Sec. 4, Election Bd. 3. HAMPTON, ROBBIE: Cygnets 1-4, Red Cross rep. 3, 4. HANSEN, DAVE: Golf 2-4. HARDIN, BUZZY. HARDWICK, JAN: Nat'l. Hon- or Society 4, Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Cryslurs 3, 4, sec. 4, Great Books Club 4, Announcers Club 4. HARKINS, SARAH: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Honor Math 3, Honor Language 3, 4, Student Council alt. 4, Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, 4, ass't. sec. 4. HARRISON, LINDA: Cryslurs 3, 4, Coronets 2, 3. HATCHETT, JOHNNY: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, parl. 4, Orchestra 1-4, pres. 3, Announcers Club 2-4, JCL 2-4, pres. 4, Red Cross rep. 1-4, parl. 3, Symphony Hi-Notes 1-4, pres. 3, v. pres. 4, all-city pres. 4. HATFIELD, DAVID: Cryslurs 2-4, Math Analysis Club 4, Red Cross rep. 1, 3, 4. HAYES, LINDA. HAZELWOOD, JULIA: Pep Club 2, Glee Club 1, Spanish Club 1, Sci- ence Club 1, lAltus1. HAZLETON, SUSAN: Falcon Queen 4, Student Council alt. 3, 4, Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Cryslurs 4, Great Books Club 4, sec.-treas. 4, French Club 2, 3, Election Bd. 4, Junior Delegates 3, 4, sec. 3, pres. 4. HELDERMAN, MARTHA: Nat'I. Honor Society 4, Cygnets 1-4, Band 2-4, Marching Band 1-4, German Club 3, 4, JCL 1-4, Band Girls 2-4, treas. 4, Sym- phony Hi-Notes 2-4, sec. 3. HENDRICKS, JAMIE: Cryslurs 3, 4, pres. 4, Marching Band 1, 2, Band 2, Shield rep. 2-4. HENSLEY, BECKY: Fal- con Princess 4, Student Council 4, Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Great Books Club 4. HESTER, JANICE: Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Cryslurs 3, 4. HESTWOOD, JOHN: DE Club 2, Court Jesters 1, 2. HINDMAN, ERIC: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Honor Math 2-4, Or- chestra 2-4, Band 2-4, Marching Band I-4, Pep Band 2-4. HOKE, CINDY: Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 4. HOLLINGSWORTH, DIANA: Cyg- nets 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, v. pres. 4, Pep Council 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, Court Jesters 1, Great Books Club 4, Election Bd. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. HOLLOWAY, DAN: Student Council 4, Great Books Club 4, parl. 4, NFL 1, 2, Red Cross rep. 2, 3, Medical Careers Club 4. HOLLOWAY, DAVID. 1 Seniors Mementos Become Precious 'Collectors' Items HOLLOWAY, STEVE: Football 1-4, Basketball I- 4, Engineering Club 4, fSoutheastJ. HOMSEY, SANDRA: Coronets 1-4, reporter 4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters 1-3, Shield rep. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, v. pres. 4. HOOVER, PHYLIS: Honor Math 3, 4, Cygnets 1, 2. HOPPING, MEG: Student Council 4, Coronets 1-4, sgt.-at- arms 3, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, hist. 4, Court Jesters 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4. HORN, DEBBIE: Honor Math 3, Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Election Bd. 3. HORRIGAN, BARNEY: Football 1-4, Baseball I-4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4. HOWARD, LINDA: Lancer Princess 4, Cygnets 1-4, ass't. treas. 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Emerson Proiect 3. HUCKABAY, SUSIE: Student Council 4, alt. 3, Coronets 1-4, sgt.-at- arms 4, rec. sec. 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Tri- Hi-Y 2. HUTTON, RICHARD: DE 3, 4. 234 4. HILDEBRAND, JERRI: Cygnets 1-4, Courtesyl HUDAK, FRANCIS. HUFF, DAN. HUFFAKER, BILL. Tennis 1, 3, 4, Aeronautics Club 2, Hi-Y 4. IMOE, RONNIE. INGRAM, TERRY: DE Princess 4, Coronets l, DE 4, treas. 4 Shield rep. 4, iPutnam Cityl. JACOBSON, JANIE: All-Sports Princess 4, Honor Roll 3, 4, Honor Math 3, Stu- dent Council 2, Class treas. l, Maiorette 3, 4, head 4, Cygnets l-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 2. JARCHOW, KAY: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Honor Math 2-4, Student Council 4, Judicial Bd. 4, rec. sec. 4, Coronets l-4, Court Jesters l-3, Tri-Hi-Y 4. JEFFREY, LARRY. JENNINGS, MAX: Band l, 2. JEROME, STAN: Track 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, iReno, Nevadal. JOHN- SON, BARBARA: Student Council alt. 3, Cygnets l-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, Courtesy Club 2. JOHNSON, GEORGE: Marching Band 1, 2, JCL 3. JOHNSON, JANIE: DE Princess 3. JOHN- SON, SUSAN: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll l, 3, 4, Honor Language 3, 4, parl. 4, rep. 4, Nat'l. Art Honor Society 3, 4, pres. 3, treas. 4, Coronets l-4, Courtesy Club 2-4. JOHNSON, TOM: Wrestling 1-3. J ' sau., TT? AA Wide Awake C ass iee s Knight Lore Bright MOMENTS to remember-Symbols of the highlights of four years in Knightland are treasured by seniors. "... AND so I said to him," Dusy Sibechi, AFS fav' fs, student, chats with her American sister, Tina Berthe- lot, and Chris Lowry after school. Seniors JOHNSON, VERDA: DE Princess 4, Coronets 1, 2, DE 4, Shield rep. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. JONES, EDDIE: Key Club 2-4, lHi-Y 2-4, Engineering Club 4, v. pres. .4 JONES, JAMES: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Golf 3, 4, Boys' "O" Club 4, Key Club 4, Orchestra l-3. JONES, JUDY: Cygnets l. JONES, PAMELA: cygneis 3, 4, Courtesy Club 3, Election Bd. 4, CHarding,. JONES, ROBERT. KAHN, JODY: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Math 3, 4, Coronets I- 4, sgt.-at-arms 3, treas. 4, Courtesy Club 2, Tennis 3, 4, Basketball 4, Girls' "O" Club 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Great Books Club 4, JCL I-4, Ger- man Club 4. KALMON, STEVE: Prince of Friendship 4, Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Jr. Rotarian 4, Cryslurs 4, Math Analysis Club 4, NFL I-4, Announc- ers Club 1-4, pres. 3. AFS9er Spins I-Iappil in School Social Whirl 'kv' 5 Aff-f 236 KARDOKUS, EDDIE: Football l-4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Key Club 4. KEATHLEY, JUDY: Stu- dent Council 3, alt. 2, Cygnets l-3. KELLERT, FRANK: Baseball 1-4, All-City 3, Boys' "0" Club 2-4, Key Club 2-4, Sr..Bd. Membe.r 4. KENEDY, JOHN: Baseball l-3, Election Bd. 4. KERNS, BOB: Basketball 1-4, Shield rep. 3, 4, Election Bd. 4. KESSLER, MITCH: Band 1, 2, German Club 2, 3, Coin Club 2, 3.'KEYS, LYNNE: Coronets l-4, Courtesy Club 4, Red Cross rep. 2. KIDD, JEFF: Hi-Y 2-4, Shield rep. KILMAN, BOB: Cryslurs 2-4, Boys' Chorus I-2, YTK 3. KINCAID, KAREN: Round Table Royalty 4, Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at- arms 2, v. pres. 4, Pep Council 4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters I, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2. KING, DANNY: Band 1-4, Marching Band I-4, Pep Band I-3, Orchestra 2, JCL 2. KING, JERRY: Lancers 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, 3, parl. 4, German Club I, 2. KINSER, DAVID: NFL 4. KNIGHT, DOUG. KNOTT, JAMES: Student Council 4, NFL 'l, 2. KOEPPE, LOREE: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 4. Kostso, MARSHA: swdem Council alt. 2-4, Majorette I-3, Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2. KOVAR, NEAL: Falcons 3, 4, sgt.- at-arms 3. KROSLEY, RAMON: N.at'l. Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Nat'l. Merit Finalist 4, Honor Math 3, 4, Math Analysis Club 4, pres. 4, Great Books Club 4. KUTZ, MARY: Nat'I. Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Honor Roll I-4, Honor Math 3, 4, Honor Language 3, 4, Student Council 4, corres. sec. 4, Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4. LACY, BRIAN: Electronics Club 3, 4, sgt.-at- arms 4, Red Cross rep. 3, 4, treas. 4. LANE, DAVlD:, CNortheastJ. LANE, MARSHA: All-Sports Princess 4, Princess of Friendship 4, Student Council 4, Class sec. 2, Maiorette 3, 4, Cygnets 'I-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, Courtesy Club 2-4, Red Cross alt. I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3. LANGFORD, DENNIS: Clubbock, Texasl. Seniors Give Graduation Address First Time LAPPIN, JAMIE: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Hon- or Roll I, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Great Books Club 4, German Club 4, JCL 'l-4, Election Bd. 4. LARIMORE, DON. LARIMORE, JIM: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Math 2-4, Honor Language 3, 4, pres. 4, Student Council 4, Key Club 2-4, Tennis 3, 4, Boys' "O" Club 4. LAWSON, STEVE: Tennis I-3, Hi-Y 2-4. LEAF, LUCIE: Honor Roll 4, Nat'l. Art Honor Society 4, Student Council alt. 4, Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Court Jesters I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4. LEE, ALICE: Cygnets I-3, Band I-4, Orchestra I-4, Band Girls ,I-4, sec. 4, Symphony Hi-Notes I, 2, sec. 4. LEE, DAN- NY. LENSGRAF, NAN: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters 'l, 3, Election Bd. 4. Seniors Q 9 Our Hearts Were Youn and Gay LESSLY, CARRIE: Cygnets 1-4, Red Cross rep. 2-4, Shield rep. 3, 4. LESTER, SHERI: Cygnets 4, QWichita Falls, Texasl. LEUSZLER, RICHARD: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Math 3, 4, Band 1-4, pres. 4, Marching Band 1-4, Pep Band 1-3, Orchestra 1-4, Electronics Club 3, 4. LEWIS, DIANNE: Key Club Princess 4, Coronets 1-4, cheerleader 2, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters 1-3, cheerleader 1: Red Cross rep. 4, alt- 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2. LEWIS, LYNDA: Honor Math 3, 4, Cygnets 1-4, ushering chm. 4, Cryslurs 4. LEWIS, LYNETTE: Coronets 1-4, Cryslurs 4, JCL 3, Medical Careers Club 4, treas. 4. LEWIS, MONTY: Student Coun- cil 3, Key Club 4, NFL 3, 4, Announcers Club 24, Navi. Thespians 2-4, hist. 4. LIEVSAY, SANDY: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Honor Math 2-4, Cygnets 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, 4, German Club 3, 4, parl. 3, chapl. 4, Science Club 3, 4, chapl. 3, sec. 4. - Lewis Finale LINGERFELT, HOWARD. LITTLE, JUDY: Honor Roll 4, Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 4, Swim- ming 2, 3, 20th Century Homemakers 4, parl. 4, COE 3. LITTLEFIELD, PATTI: Cryslurs 3, Nat'l. Thespians 1-4, Election Bd. 4, Shield rep. 4, Red Cross alt. 3, fCIassenl. LORENZ, DAVID. LOWE, MARSHA: Honor Roll 4, Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Election Bd. 4, Red Cross rep. 1, Tri-Hi-Y 4. LOWELL, STEVE: Honor Math 2, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Track 1-4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, pres. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Chancellor for the Regents of Higher Education for-a-day 4. LOWENSOHN, CARL: Wrestling 3, 4, German Club 4, Hi-Y 4. LOWRY, CHRIS: Honor Society 4, Student Council 4, Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Round Table Staff 4, Shield Staff 4, Great Books Club 4, JCL 1, 2. LUDRICK, BURT: Student Council 4, Key Club 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2. LUNDIEN, GLORIA: Lacly of Friendship 4, Student Council 4, Class v. pres. 1, Class sec. 3, Top Teen 1-4, Girls' State 3, Daughters of the American Revolution Award 4, Nov. Girl of the Month, Capitol Hill Busi- ness and Professional Women's Club 4, Cyg- nets 1-4, Sgt.-at-arms 1, parl. 3, pres. 4, Courte- sy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, parl. 3, Round Table Staff 3, 4, Red Cross rep. 3, v. pres. 3. LUPER, MAX: Athletic Program Editor 4, Lanc- ers 1-4, v. pres. 3, pres. 4, Pep Council 4, Engineering Club 4. LUZA, ALICIA: Coronets 4, Spanish Club 4, Medical Careers Club 4, iMcGuinnessJ. LYLES, BOYD: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll 1-4, Honor Math 2-4, pres. 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Jr. Rotarian 4, Key Club 2-4, chapl. 3, v. pres. 4, Science Club I-4, pres. 3, v. pres. 3. LYNN, EVERETT: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Honor Math 2-4, Band 1-4, Marching Band I-4, Pep Band Director 4, Math Analysis Club 4. LYTLE, PAT: Coronets 1-3, Courtesy Club 1, 2. MACKILLICAN, SHERRY MADDEN, PAM. MADDOX, MELISSA: Student Council 4, Cygnets 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, Courtesy Club 2-4, chapl. 3, treas. 4, Court Jesters 1, 2, Election Bd. 4. MAGBEE, TODD: Tennis l, 3, 4, Science Club 'l, 2. MAHAGAN, GARY: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, pres. 4, Honor Math 2-4, Honor Language 3, 4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Jr. Rotarian 4, Judicial Bd. 4. MALLORY, DAVID. MANLEY, DAVID. Baseball 3, 4, Track 'l, 2, Cross Country 1, 2, DE 4. MANNAS, LILA: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Honor Roll 4, Nat'l. Art Honor Society 4, Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Court Jesters T, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4. MANNING, JOEL. Seniors Contribute li 1 L '45,-A -A . .L i f 5 . ff -gg.:-.iw ,-' , ff- -rf, v':'t' z ' C itixllff' A - 'YH' ' W" ' "' , -' ' 5 l . . , '. 'ii.,f.." rw, .J --4:24, T gi '-..f:ggtx:'iw -If U ' . ',f:':Qlf-fwiiiffff , , W ' ,fr .f-- L ' 6 ' CHRISTMAS greetings from the English department-Marshall Binns finishes another of his series of showcase displays. Beaut , Culture to School MARCHMAN, STEPHANIE: Cyg- nets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters T, 2, cheerleader l, NFL 3, 4, Announcers Club 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Nat'l. Thes- plans 2-4, parl. 3, v. pres. 4, Red Cross rep. 4. MARLEY, DON: Student Council 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Key Club 3, 4, DE 4, Outstanding DE Student 4, JCL T, 2, Shield rep. 4, Red Cross rep. 3. MARR, LARRY: Falcons 'I-4, parl. 2, treas. 3, v. pres. 4, pres. 4, Great Books Club 4, Engi- neering Club 4. MARTINE, JACK: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll 'l-4, Key Club 4, wfesfling 1, 2, JCL 1, 2, Oil Executive for-a-day 4. MASTAGNl, PATRICA: Coro- nets 'l-3, Courtesy Club 2-4, Red Cross rep. 3. MATHIAS, JESSICA: Coronets l, 2, Red Cross rep. 2, 3. MAULDIN, MARY: Nat'l. Honor Art Society 3, Cygnets 2-4, Girls' Chorus 1, German Club 3. MAUPIN, RITA: Nat'l. Hon- or Art Society 4, Class sgt.-at- arms 4, Cygnets 2-4, Emerson Proiect 3, Red Cross rep. 3, Shield rep. 3, 4. ts - gl ,,,, l Q"""'s Seniors MAXEY, RONALD: COE 4. MAXWELL, BILL. MAXWELL JEANNIE MAY JIM German Club I, 2, prince 2, Red Cross rep. 3, Hi-Y 3, 4. MCCARTY, MIKE: Key Club 3, Swimming 3, 4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Round Table Staff 4. MCCLURE, MIKE: Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. MCCORMICK, SUSAN: Coronets 3, 4, Swimming 2, Tennis 3, 4, Girls' "O" Club 3, 4, treas. 4, JCL l, 2. MCCREARY, MIKE: Key Club 4, Football I-4, Boys' "O" Club 4, Hi-Y 4, sgt.-at-arms 4. CIWGI4 your FAIR SHIRE X , UNI ED PP 5,0-. PENNING the top prize winning United Appeal editorial in the City makes John Williams the fourth Northwest Iournalist in as many years to merit this honor. This - a T pical Class Bent on Achievement . . . MCDONALD, LYNN: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Math 3, 4, Honor Roll I-4, Student Coun- cil I4, Key Club 2-4, Shield Staff 'l, 2, bus. mgr. 2, Judicial Bd. 3, 4, Chief Justice 4, Great Books Club 4, pres. 4. McDONALD, RlCK:.Mc- EVER, KATHY: Honor Language 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Cygnets 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 3, Cryslurs 4, Girls' Chorus 3, 4, pres. 4, JCL I-4, treas. 3, v. pres. 4, FTA 2-4, v. pres. 3, Election Bd. 4. McEWEN,, LINDA: Cygnets 2, 3, Courtesy Club 2, 3. MCGUIRE, MACK: Honor Roll 4, Key Club 2-4, sec. 4, Football I-4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2-4., MCNATT, PEGGY. MCNEILL, STEVE: Student Council 4, Cross Country 2-4, Track I-3, Boys' "O" Club 2-4, Hi-Y 3. MEDLEY, CLAUDIA: COE 4. MEEGAN, SUSAN: Nat'l. Honor Society 4, Coronets 1, 2. MEL- TON, JANlCE: Courtesy Club 2, Band 1-4, Pep Band 4, Girls' wg, Band 3, 4, sec. 4. 'ff' MERIDETH, LARRY: Football 1-4, Red Cross rep. 2. METHENY, f STEVE: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Math 3, 4, Key Club 2-4, Wrestling 1-4, Boys' "O" Club 2-4, Hi-Y 4, Oil EX- ecutive 4. .4 'TN MEYER, DICK: Nat'l. Honor So- ciety 4, Wrestling 1-3, Pep Band Director 4, Band 1-4, Orchestra 3, 4, Great Books Club 4, iEd- mondj. MEYER, GARY: Nat'l. Art Honor Society 4, Student Council 4, Tennis 3, 4, Shield rep. 4. MILBURN, JOY: Nat'l. Honor Socity 4, Honor Roll 1-4, Hon- or Math 3, 4, Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, Election Bd. 4. MILLER, RAY: Quill and Scroll, sgt.-at-arms 4, OCIPA 1-4, v. pres. 3, pres. 4, Student Council 4, Student Store mgr. 4, Falcons 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 1, 2, corres. sec. 2, 3, pledge master 3, treas. 4, Shield Staff 2-4, German Club 3, 4. Journalist Pens Prize Winning Editorial MILLS, GERRY: Honor Math 2, Student Council 2, 3, Key Club 3, 4, treas. 4, JCL 1-3, Hi-Y 4, Red Cross rep. 4. MILLS, NANCY: Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, JCL 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. MILLS, ROD: Honor Roll 3, Honor Math 3, 4, Band 1-3, German Club 3, 4, Electronics Club 4. MITCHELL, DONNA: Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, Court Jesters 1, 2, Red Cross rep. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. ik' Q...- 'haf MONTGOMERY, LISA: Nat'l. Art Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 4, Cygnets 1-4, hospitali- ty chm. 4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Court Jesters 1, 2, class rep. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, class chm. 2, sgt.-at-arms 2, pres. 4. MOORE, JAMES: Election Bd. 2, 3. MOORE, MARSHA: Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, Court Jesters 1, ,L Shield rep. 2, Red Cross rep. 2, 3. MORGAN, it ii::'- CHARLES: Track 1-3, Cross Country 2, 3, Band 1, 2. Seniors sz I ...if MOSES, DIANA: Honor Math 3, Nat'I. Art Hon- or Society l-4, sec. 2, treas. 3, Coronets 1-3, Grace Chadwick Art Award 'l, Journalism Award 3, Round Table Staff 2, 3, editor 3, Shield Staff 2, 3, art editor 2, 3. MOUTRAY, DENNIS. MOY, LINDA: Key Club Princess 4, Princess of Friendship 4, Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, treas. 4, Class sec. l, Cyg- nets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, 3, parl. 4, treas. 4, Court Jesters 2, Great Books 4, JCL 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4. MULLIN, LORETTA: Coronets 2, 3, Shield Staff 2, 3, Shield rep. 2, 3, Y-Teens I, 2, MURAR, BARBARA: Coronets 3, 4, Courtesy Club 2, 3. MURPHY, CAROL: Student Council 4, Coronets l-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters 1, 2, Election Bd. 4, Shield rep. 2. MURPHY, KATHY: Nat'l. Art Honor Society 2, Cygnets 2-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters 2, Shield rep. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, lMcGuinessl. MURPHY, MIKIE: Coronets 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. MURPHY, SID: German Club 2. MUSGRAVE, JOHN: Prince of Friendship 4, Top Teen 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Honor Math 2-4, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, pres. 4, Inter-City 3, 4. Key Club 2-4, Jr. Rotarian 4, Basketball I-4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4. MUSSON, SUSAN: Quill and Scroll 4, Student Council 4, Cygnets I-3, Girls' Sports 3, Girls' "O" Club 3, Shield Staff 3, 4, sports editor 4, Round Table Staff 4. MUSTION, BRENDA: Princess of Band and Orchestra 4, Band Girls' 2-4, pres. 4, Band I-4, Symphony Hi-Notes. Field Trips, Activities Spice Daily Routine, an VISITS to local hospitals interest members of North- west's newest club, Medical Careers: Gayle Anderson, president, Ph-illie Luza, Becky Ahlfeldt. 242 NATION, DD: Student Council 3, Coronets I-4, Shield rep. 4. NEAL, BARRY: Science Club 4, Electronics Club 3, 4. NEAL, LARRY: Science Club 4, Elec- tronics Club 3, 4. NEAL, SHIRLEY: Cygnets 2-4, Red Cross rep. 3. NEILL, CAROL: Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at- arms 4, Courtesy Club 2, Red Cross rep. 3. NELSON, DAVID: Lancers 1- 4, sgt.-at-arms 3, 4, Red Cross rep. 1, 2. NELSON, JANETT: Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Red Cross rep. 3, Girls' Chorus 2-3, NEPH, KAREN: Coronets I-4, German Club 4, 20th Century Homemakers 4, sec. 4. NESTLE- RODE, JAN: Coronets I, 2, Courtesy Club 2. NEWMAN, MARGARET: Band I-4, Band and Orchestra Girls' 2-4, hist. 4, Symphony Hi- Notes I-4, JCL 2, 3. NEWMAN, MIKE: Student Council 2, 3, Lancers 3, 4, chapl. 3, pafl. 4, DE 4, cos 4. NOBLE, JUDY: Quill and scfouis, 4, OIPA 241, 2nd v. pres. 4, Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Shield Staff 2-4, mgr. ed. 4, Shield rep. I-4. NOBLE, LYNN: Lancers I, 2. NOE, TONY: Lancers 'I-4, pledge master 3, hist. 4. NORFLEET, JANIE: Honor Roll 4, Nat'I. Art Honor Society 4, Student Council alt. 4, Cyg- nets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. NOR- RIS, VICKI: Girls' Chorus I-3, Red Cross alt. 2. NOVAK, DIANE: Coronets 2-4, Courtesy Club 2, Medical Careers Club 4, ass't. sec. 4. NUCKOLLS, DWIGHT: Student Council 3, Tennis I-4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. upply Knowledge That Comes from Experience NUNN, JACK: Orchestra I-4. OAKES, CHERI: Student Council 3, Cygnets 2-4. O'DELL, SYL- VIA: Cygnets 4, French Club 4, Science Club I, Red Cross rep. 2. OELKE, MIKE. OLDHAM, JAYNE: Coronets I-3, Courtesy Club 2, Medical Careers Club 4. OLSGARD, ROBERT. OLSON, MARY: Cygnets 'I-4, Swimming 'I, 2, 4, Tennis 2, Girls' "O" Club 2, Red Cross rep. 2. O'NEIL, TOM: Falcons 3, 4, corres. sec. 4. O'TOOLE, TERRY: Class v. pres. 2, Football 2- 4, Golf 3, 4, Boys' "O" Club 2-4, Key Club 2-4. OWNBEY, FLETCHER: Student Council 4, Lancers 4, chapl. 4, Tennis I, 3, Hi-Y 4, Red Cross rep. I, Shield rep. 3. PAGE, RICHARD: DE 4, chapl. 4, Red Cross rep. I, Shield rep. I. PALLESEN, SUSAN: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2. - . -ee I Seniors PANSZE, JOHN: Wrestling 2-45 Red Cross rep. 2, 35 Hi-Y 4. PARMAN, TERRY: Key club 3, 45 DE 45 Red Cross rep, 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 lNorth- eastl. PARNELL, BILL. PATE, CATHY: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, chapl. 45 Honor Math 35 Honor Language 3, 4, sec. 45 Coronets I-4, parl. 3, v. pres. 45 Pep Council 45 Courtesy Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 FTA 2, 3, sec. 35 Junior Delegates 2, 3, chapl. 3. PATTERSON, DENNIS. PATTERSON, VICKI: Cyg- nets I5 Courtesy Club 45 Girls' Sports 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 lHouston, Texasj. PAYNE, CHRIS: DE 4, parl. 45 Hi-Y 2, 3. PAYNE, CLAU- DIA: Coronets I5 Honor Roll 3, 4. PENNINGTON, MARYANN: Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at- arms 35 Courtesy Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 45 Red Cross rep. 3. PERKINS, JIM: Cross Coun- try 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Boys' "O" Club 3, 4. PERKINS, MELVIN: Nat'l. Honor Society 45 Honor Roll 2, 35 Band I-45 French Club 25 Electronics Club 3. PETREE, SHIRLEY: Nat'l. Honor Society 45 Student Council 35 Coronets I-45 Courtesy Club 2-45 Court Jesters I5 Tri- Hi-Y 2. Senior Boys Rule Park, Protest Fence, Prepare PHELPS, JAMES: Red Cross rep. 4. PHILLIPS, JANIE: Round Table Royalty 45 Nat'l. Honor Society 45 Honor Roll 3, 45 Student Council 45 Cygnets I-4, treas. 45 Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.- at-arms 3, ass't. treas. 45 Court Jesters 'l, 25 Round Table Staff 4. PIERCE, NORMA: Coro- nets I, 25 Court Jesters I, 2. PINDELL, DEBBY: Pep Club I-35 lPutnam Cityl. PINIX, KAREN: Cygnets 'I-45 Courtesy Club 2-4. PITMAN, CHARLES. PITZER, AL: Football 'l, 2, 45 Boys' "O" Club 4. PLATER, FRED: Key Club 45 Great Books Club 45 Hi-Y 45 German Club 3, 45 Shield rep. 2. POLLOCK, RITA: Red Cross rep. 45 fU.S. Grantl. PORTER, STEPHEN: Football 35 Basketball 35 COdessa, Texasj. POULSEN, SUZANNE: Cygnets I-45 Courtesy Club 2-45 Court Jesters 25 Tri- Hi-Y 4, sgt.-at-arms 45 Emerson Proiect 3. POWERS, BOBBY. 1:14394 "k' f 1 q f no ' at ANOTHER debate sweepstakes trophy is the goal ot veteran speakers John Smelser and Steve Charleston. For Viet am, RATHJEN, BECKY: B-squad cheerleader 2: Cyg- nets 'I-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, parl. 4: Courtesy Club 2: Court Jesters 2-4, class rep. 4: Election Bd. 3, 4: Shield rep. 4. RATWAY, ALICE: Girls' "O" Club 2-4, v. pres. 4, sec. 4. RAY, JAMES: Honor Roll 4: Honor Math 3: Student Council 3: Key Club 2-4: Hi-Y 2-4. REA, BOB: Honor Roll 3, 4: Nat'l. Art Honor Society 3, 4: Span- ish Club 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4: Medical Careers Club 4, v. pres. 4. REDlNG, KAY: Student Council 4: Coronets 1-4: Courtesy Club 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. REEVES, JOHN: Nat'l. Honor Society 4: Round Table Royalty 4: Prince of Friendship 4: Class pres. 2: Top Teen 2: Key Club 2-4, Jr. v. pres. 3, pres. 4: Wrestling 'I-4: Boys' "O" Club 2-4: Hi-Y 2. REEVES, LARRY. REID, CHRIS: Cryslurs 2-4. REIFF, PAT: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4: Nat'l. Merit Finalist 4: Honor Math 2-4, sec. 4: Honor Roll l-4: Girl of the Month-Jan. 4: Cygnets l-4, sec 4: Announcers Club 2-4, treas. 4. REMINGTON, DALE. RENDEL, SHARON: Coronets l-3: Courtesy Club 2: Girls' "O" Club 2-4, parl. 3, sgt.-at-arms 3, treas. 4, reporter 4. RENEGAR, PHYLLIS: Coronets l-3: Girls' Chorus 'l: DE 4: Emerson Project 3: Red Cross rep. l, 2. POWERS, JOHN. PRATER, STEVE: Student Council 4, PREVOST, RONNIE: fJol'ln Mar- shalll. PROCTOR, SALLY: Coro- nets l-3: Courtesy Club l-3: Court Jesters T, 2: Red Cross rep. 3. PUTTROFF, JANET: Coronets l- 4, adv. mgr. 2: Courtesy Club 2, 3: Court Jesters 2: Junior Delegates 2. RAHE, PAUL: Nat'l. Honor Society 4: Nat'l. Merit Finalist 4: Honor Math 3, 4, v. pres. 4: Honor Language 3, 4: Student Council 4, parl. 4: Key Club 3, 4: Mafh Analysis Club 4, v. pres. 4: JCL 2-4, parl. 3, state parl. 3. 4 Wild West, Great Society Seniors Zi REYES, NILDA: Student Council lp Pep Club lp Girls' "O" Club 2, 3, parl. 3, hist. 37 sgt.-at- arms 21 CMcGuinnessD. REYNOLDS, STEVE. RIBE- LIN, RONNIE. RICKS, PHIL: Lancers I-4, sgt.-at- arms 2, 3, chapl. 4: German Club I-4, parl. 4: Electronics Club 3. RIDDLES, WILLIAM: Electronics Club 2-4, v. pres. 3, sgt.-at-arms 4: Amateur Radio Club I, 4: Aviation Club 3. RIEBEL, DOUG: Engineer- ing Club 4. RISNER, ROB: CHawaiiJ. ROACH, SAM. Pep C ubs Are Proud of Heritage, Traditions - f K tx '4' ' f SECOND SEMESTER pep club officers introduced in assembly are KFRONTJI Cathy Pate, Lynne Strong, Lani Wallin, Diana Hollingsworth, Debbie Finefrock, Pat Reiff, Kerry Slack, Lnda Howard, Susie Huckabay, Cathy Grisham, Marsha Wilson, and Linda Moy. 246 n I ROBERSON, RON: Electronics Club 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Aeronautics Club 2. ROBINSON, JAMES: Electronics Club 3, 4. ROBINSON, KRIS: Cygnets 'I-4: Court Jesters 1, 25 DE 4, reporter 4: Tri- Hi-Y l, 2: Red Cross rep. 2, 3. ROBINSON, RANDY: Honor Roll I, 4: Golf I-47 Cross Country 3: Boys' "O" Club 4. ROMASZ, GEORGE. DAVID: Cross Country 3, 4 Boys "O" Club 4. ROBINSON, SUE: Red Cross rep. 4. I ROOS, ROBERT: Cryslurs 3, 4. ROSE, ROSS, JOHN. RUGG, DORIS. RUSSELL, FRAN: Honor Roll 4, Student Council 3, Coronets I-4, hist. 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Court Jesters I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2. RYAN, JIM: Student Council alt. 3, Baseball 2-4, German Club 2-4, Hi-Y 4. ST. JOHN, JUNE: Student Council 3, Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, Court Jesters 2, French Club 2, Red Cross rep. 2, Shield rep. 3. SALATHIEI., MERLYNN: Nat'I. Honor Society 4, Honor Roll I, 4, Cygnets l-4, ass't. treas. 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, treas. 4, Court Jesters I-3, French Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, treas. 3, pub. mgr. 4, v. pres. 4, FTA 2-4, parl. 3, pres. 4. SALDA, JIM: Nat'I. Honor Society 4. SAN- DERS, PATTI: Coronets 4, Band Girls' I-4, Y-Teens I, CLubbock, Texasl. Testimon to Devotion to the Purple and Gold SARKEY, STEVEN: Nat'I. Honor Society 4, Hon- or Math 4, Math Analysis Club 4, treas. 4, Ger- man Club 3, 4, Science Club I-4, treas. 3, v. pres. 4, Electronics Club 2-4, treas. 3, pres. 4, Radio Club I-4. SAXON, CHARLES: Lancers I-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, hist. 3, sec. 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, 'Ist v. pres. 3, pres. 4. SCHANTZ, JIM: Football 3, 4, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Crys- lurs 3, 4, CFrederick, Oklahomaj. SCHUETZ, SANDRA: Nat'I. Honor Society 4, Band I-4, Marching Band I-4, Band Girls' I-4, v. pres. 4. SCOTT, CATHY: Coronets I, DE 3. SCOTT, TOM: Key Club 2-4, treas. 4, Golf 4. SCOVILL, MARK: Nat'I. Honor Society 4, Honor Math 3, 4, Great Books Club 4, Electronics Club 3, 4, parl. 4. SEE, CARSON: Engineering Club 4. SEIKEL, JANA: Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, Shield Staff 2, Red Cross rep. 2, Shield rep. 4. SHAFFER, LARRY. SHAW, BONNIE: Student Council 3, Coronets I, 2, Emerson Proiect 2. SHAW, JOHN: Honor Math 3, Student Council 4, alt. 3, Hi-Y 2-4. SHELDEN, MIKE: Honor Roll I, 2, Round Table Staff 4. SHEPPARD, MIKE: Nat'l, Honor So- ciety 4, Nat'I. Merit Finalist 4, Great Books Club 4, German Club 4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Science Club 4. SHERMAN, RANDY: Key Club 3, 4, DE 4, Shield rep. 3, 4, Red Cross alt. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. SHIRK, BOB. Seniors SHIRLEY, STEPHANIE: cygnefs I-3, DE 4. SIBECHI, DUSY: AFS Exchange Student CMar del Plata, Argentinajp Student Coun- cil 4, Cygnets 4, Coronets 4, Spanish Club 4, Official Member of Rotary 4. SILLS, MIKE: Key Club 3, 4, JCL 3, 4 fClassenJ. SIMMONS, JEAN: Coronets I- 4, Red Cross rep. I-4, pres. 4. SIMMONS, Jo ANNE: cygners 1-4, Red Cross rep. 2-4, chapl. 4. SIMMS, CRAIG: Key Club 45 Engineering Club 4, sec.-treas. w 2 45. is , I W-. '. i"' 7 1 9 1 f FOR the third consecutive year all National Merit Semifinalists became tinalists: Sharon Copley, Kay Jarchow, Pat Reiff, Nancy Whitehead, Mary Kutz, Mike Sheppard, Ramon Krosley, Steve Kal- mon, Paul R.ahe, and Jim Larimore. Class Boasts Ten ational Merit Finalists - 1,1 3' Ng-A 'gf-wr SIMONSON, TOM: Student Council 35 Key Club 2-4, Track I, 2, Boys' "O" Club 3, 4, Red Cross rep. 4, Hi-Y 2-4. SIMS, BRUCE. SINKS, DONALD. SLACK, KERRY: Student Council 45 Class sec. 4, Coronets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, ass't. treas. 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Court Jesters I-3, cheer- leader I7 Red Cross rep. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, chapl. 2. SLATER, LYNDA: Honor Math 31 CYQHETS I-47 Cryslurs 3, 4. SMELSER, JOHN: Great Books Club 4, NFL I-4, v. pres. 4, Announcers Club 3, 4, pres. 4, French Club 3, 4, parl. 4. SMITH, DEBBIE: Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, Election Bd. 2, Girls' Sports 3. SMITH, FRANCES: Cyg- nets I, 2, Girls' "O" Club 3, 4, sec. 4. SMITH, JIM: Student Council 27 Key Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 4. SMITH, KIP: DE 4j Spanish Club 3. SMITH, LARRY. SMITH, MARSHA: Coronets I 3, Courtesy Club 2. J J . -31- SMITH, ROBERT: Falcons 2, 3, SMITH, TRICIA: Cygnets I-3. SNIDER, BETH: Honor Roll 3, Pep Club 3, lBloom, lndianal. SNYDER, GRETCHEN: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Math 3, Honor Language 4, Coronets I-4, French Club 3, 4, pres. 4, hist. 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, rec. sec. 3, 2nd v. pres. 4, FTA 3. SOLTER, REE ANN: Student Council 4, alt. 3, Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, sec. 4, pres. 4. SOUTER, .IO ANIN. Largest umber From Any Clty Area School SOUTHARD, CHRIS: Class pres. I, Top Teen I, SOWDAL, RON. SPAETH, ANITA: All-Sports Queen 4, Princess of Friendship 4, Honor Roll 4, Honor Math 3, Student Council 3, 4, All- School Cheerleader 4, Coronets I-4, cheerleader 3, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Election Bd. 4, Red Cross rep. 2. SPENCE, DANA: Nat'l. Art Honor Society 2, Cygnets 'I-3, Courtesy Club 2, Court Jesters 2. SPIELBERGER, BILL: Student Council alt. 4, Tennis 3, 4, Key Club 4, Red Cross alt. 3, SPROWSO, MIKE: DE 4, Band 'l. STAATS, CHERYL: Coronets 'I-4, Red Cross 3, 4. STAATS, CHRIS: Tri-Hi-Y 4, fLiberaI, Kansasl. STANSEL, VERN. STARKE, CINDY: Coronets I- 3, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters I, 2, Tri- Hi-Y 2. STARR, CARMEN: Cryslurs 2, 20th Century Homemakers 4, pres. 4. STEELE, JEAN- ETTE: Student Council 4, Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Court Jesters 'I-3, Announcers Club 'I-4, sec. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4. Seniors STEINBOCK, STEVE: Track I-4, Boys' "O" Club 2-4, Shield Staff 3, 4. STEPHENSON, CINDY: Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, Red Cross rep. 1, Shield rep. 3, 4. STEPHENSON, GARY. STEPHENSON, PHIL: Red Cross rep. 4. STEWART, CHRIS: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll 1-4, Honor Math 2-4, Science Club 1-4, sec. 3, pres. 4, Electronics Club 3, 4, sgt.- at-arms 3, sec. 4, Aviation Club 3. STONE, BECKY: Coronets 1-3, Courtesy Club 3, Emer- son Project 3. STOOPS, RONNIE: Nat'l. Art Honor Society 3, 4, parl. 3, hist. 3, v. pres. 4, Cryslurs 4. STORY, PAMELA: Student Council alt. 4, Coronets 2-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, FTA 4, sec. 4. 'Tuition, Books, Requirements, Social Life?' 'mmm ', STRATTON, LINDA: DE Queen 4, Student Council 4, Cygnets 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, Court Jes- ters 1, 2, DE 4, seal 4. 'sTREET, JOE: Student Council alt. 4, Key Club 4, Hi-Y 4. STRICKLAND, LINDA: Coronets 1-4, Court Jesters 2, Math Anal- ysis Club 4, German Club 4, sec.-treas. 4, Science Club 3, treas. 3, Shield rep. 4, Red Cross alt. 4. STRONG, LYNNE: Honor Roll 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Student Council 4, Cygnets 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, pres. 4, Pep Council 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, ass't. sec. 4, Court Jesters 1-3, Rounbl Table Staff 3, 4. STROUD, GAIL: Student Council 3, 4, Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters 2. STUART, DON: Lancers 2-4, corres. sec. 3, sec. 4, pres. 4, hp Council 4, Key Club 4, Band 1-4, v. pres 4, Marching Band 1-4, Pep Band 4, Hi-Y 4. SWAIN, RONALD: Engineering Club 4, pres. 4. SWARTZEN- DRUBER, JIM: Football 1-4, Bas- ketball 1-4. COLLEGE CATALOGUES concern college-bound seniors Tony Noe and Peggy Christopher. Mrs. Diana Barnett was one of many representatives available for conferences. TATE, SUZANNE: Student Council alt. 4, Coro- nets l-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Court Jesters 2, 3, Girls' "O" Club 3, 4, parl. 4. V. pres. 4, Shield rep. 4. TAYLOR, BILL: Band I-3, DE 4. TAYLOR, SUZANNE: Student Council 3, COE 4, lTulsa, Okla.J. TEAGUE, ERIC: Falcons i, Wrestling 2-4, mgr. 2-4, Boys' "O" Club 2-4, JCL 'l, 2. TERRY, VICKI: Cygnets l, 2, DE 3, princess 3. TESTER, ROBERT: Falcons 2-4, chapl. 3, treas. 3, pres. 4, v, pres. 4, Shield rep. 3, 4, Red Cross alt. 3. THATEN, RONALD. THOMAS, JENNY. College Representatives Come for Conferences THOMAS, MIKE. THOMAS, SUSAN: Nat'l Art I Honor Society 4, Coronets i, 2, Swimming i-4, Girls' "O" Club I-4, sgt.-at-arms 'l, hist. 3, chapl. 4. THOMPSON, GLENDA: Girls' Cho- rus 1, 2. THOMPSON, JANE: Round Table Royalty 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Student Council alt. 3, 4, Cygnets i-4, Courtesy Club 2, Court Jesters i-3, Round Table Staff 3, 4, DE 4, treas. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4. THOPSON, JAYNE: Honor Roll 4, Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jesters i, 2, Great Books 4, JCL 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4. THORNTON, KATY: Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Math 2-4, Honor Language 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, sec. 4, Class sec. 2, Cygnets 'I-4, hist. 3, JCL 4, v. pres. 3. TILLINGHAST, RICHARD. TRUM- MER, GEORGE: Cross Country 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Boys' "O" Club 4. TUCKER, BUCKY: Student Council 4, Key Club 4, Track 1-4, Boys' "0" Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. TURNER, CORA: Cygnets 1-4, chapl. 4, Courtesy Club 2, Court Jesters 'l, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, class rep. 2. TYNER, MARY: Glee Club 1, Basketball i, lClassenJ. VANDENNIEUWENHOF, LOUISE: Nat'l. Art Honor Society 4, Cygnets I-3, Courte- sy Club 1, Court Jesters 2, cheerleader 2. VANDERFORD, CAROL: Lancer Princess 4, Coro- nets i-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, hist. 4, Court Jes- ters i, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, v. pres. 4, JCL 'l-4. VAN METER, MIKE: Lancers 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 4. VARNER, JUDY: Coronets 2-4, ushering chrm. 3, 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Court Jesters 2, 3, Girls' Chorus i-3, JCL l. VAUGHN, JEF- FREY: Nat'l Art Honor Society 4, Lancers 2-4, sec. 4, Key Club 4, French Club 4, Red Cross rep. 3, YTK 4. . VlCK, YVONNE: Nat'l. Honor Society 45 Hon- or Roll 2-45 Cygnets 2-45 Library Club 2-4, sec. 2, pres. 4, v. pres. 4. VROOMAN, KEN: Cross Country 2-45 Track l-45 Boys' "O" Club 2-4, v. pres. 4. WADE, STEVE: Nat'l. Honor Society 45 Key Club 2-45 Baseball 1-45 Boys' O Club 4. WADLEY, SCOTT: Student Council 45 Key Club 2-45 Wrestling l-35 Hi-Y 2-45 Asst. Principal for-a-Day 4. WAGGONER, JOHN: Baseball l-4. WAGNER, BILL: Student Council 45 Football 3, 45 Baseball 3, 4, CBillings, Momanap. WALDROP, CHRISTY: Cygnets l-35 Courtesy Club 2, 35 Red Cross rep. l-3. WALDROP, MARY: Coronets 1-45 Courtesy Club 25 Red Cross rep. 15 Shield rep. WALK, GARY: Lancers 1, 2. WALKER, SHERRY: Cygnets 2-45 Courtesy Club 25 JCL 25 French Club 35 Junior Delegates 3, 4, sec. 4. WAL- LIN, LANI: Honor Roll 45 Student Council 3, 4, lnter-City 3, sgt.-at-arms 45 Coronets 'I-45 v. pres. 4, sec. 45 Pep Council 45 Courtesy Club 2-4, parl. 35 Court Jesters l-35 Jr. rep. 35 Nat'l. Thespians 45 NFL 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2. WALTERS, DALE: Student Council alt. 45 Shield rep. 4, alt. 3. Seniors Junior Rotarians Boast Civic Club, Improve WARNBERG, DON: Student Council 45 Key Club 45 Track 1-45 Boys' "O" Club 2-45 Ger- man Club 35 Hi-Y 4. WASHBURN, MARILYN: Coronets 1-45 Courtesy Club 2-4, parl. 4. WAT- ERMAN, RANDY: Student Council 25 Key Club 45 Wrestling 25 Hi-Y 2-45 Red Cross alt. 2, 3. WATKINS, MILT: Lancers 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 German Club 3, 4, v. pres. 3, 45 Band 4. WATSON, ED: Studeni Council 35 Key Club 2, 35 Baseball l-35 Red Cross rep. 2, 3. WEATHER- LY, KAY: lU.5. Grantl. WEBB, JEFF: WEBB, SANDRA. WEBSTER, SUSAN: Nat'l. Art Honor Society 3, 45 Cygnets l-45 Courtesy Club 2-45 Court Jesters 2. WELLS, ROB: Cryslurs 45 French Club 45 lPalo Alto, Californiab. WEST, LEONARD: Student Council 35 Football l-45 capt.5 All-City 4, Mid-State 4, All-Metro 4, All-State alt. 45 Boys' "O" Club 2-4, treas. 45 Key Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3. WESTMORELAND, CAROL: Cygnets T-4. 3. , WESTMORELAND, LES: Honor Math 3. WETWISKA, LARRY: Cryslurs 2-4: Boys' Chorus I, 2: YTK I. WHEELER, KATHY: Nat'l. Art Honor Society 3, 4: Junior Delegates 4, hist. 4. WHEELER, STEVE: Key Club 3, 4: Football I-4: Baseball I-4: Boys' "O" Club 2-4. WHEELUS, TOM: Band I. WHITE, GENGER: Emerson Proiect 2, 3. chool Image, Add Presti e WHITE, JACKI: Coronets I-4: Courtesy Club 2-4: JCL 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Symphony Hi-Notes 2. WHITE, LINDA: Band and Orchestra Princess 4: Honor Math 3, 4: Cygnets I-4: Courtesy Club 2-4: Orchestra I-4, pres. 4: Band Girls I-4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Shield rep. 2-4: Symphony Hi-Notes I-4. WHITEHEAD, NANCY: Nat'I. Hon- or Society 3, 4: Nat'l. Merit Finalist 4: Band 2-4: Orchestra 2-4. WHITTAKER, CHARLES. WHITTAKER, MIKE: DE 3: CPutnam Cityj. WIL- BANKS, MARY: Coronets 2-4: Courtesy Club 2-4: JCL 2-4. WILCOX, LINDA: Coronets I-4: Courtesy Club 3, 4: Red Cross rep. 3, 4. WILL, ALAN: Honor Math 4: Honor Language 4: Sci- ence Club 'I, 2. WILLIAMS, EUGENE. WILLIAMS, JOHN: City United Appeal Editorial Contest, Ist place: Key Club 4: Hi-Y 4: Shield Staff 4: fHardingD. WIL- LIAMS, KATHY: Shield rep. 4. WILLIAMS, VICKI: Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4: Honor Math 2-4: Honor Language 3, 4: Cygnets I-4: Courtesy Club 2-4: Math Analysis Club 4, v. pres. 4. ., l 8,3 VIP's on their way to Rotary Club are Junior Rotarians Steve Kalmon, Terry Farmer, John Mus- grave, Gary Mahagan, Rob Elder, and Boyd Lyles. 253 Seniors Twelfth W Graduation Exercises ,J fb' 'Grd' foe WILLOUGHBY, TERI: Coronets l-47 Courtesy Club 2. WILSON, GAIL: Cygnets lL4i Courtesy Club 2-47 Court Jesters I, 27 Red Cross alt. 4. WILSON, GARY: Tennis 2-47 Boys' "Of Club 4. WILSON, JACK: DE 3. WILSON, MARCIA: Honor Roll 47 Cygnets 2-47 Courtesy Club 2-47 JCL 1-37 Red Cross rep. I, 2. WILSON, MARSHA: Round Table Royalty 47 Nat'l. Honor Society 4. Nat'I. Art Honor Society 37 Student Council 47 Coronets 2-4, treas. 47 Courtesy Club 2-4, v. pres. 47 Pep Council 4, rec. sec. 47 Court Jesters 2, 3. WIL- SON, RANDY: Student Council 47 Shield rep. 1-4. WILSON, SANDY: Courtesy Club 2. - May 25, 1967 WILSON, STEVE: Basketball I-47 Track I-47 Boys' "O" Club 2-4, chapl. 47 Hi-Y 3, 4. WIL- SON, SUSAN: Student Council 47 Coronets Il-45 Courtesy Club 27 Red Cross rep. 27 Junior Delegates '3, 4, parl. 4. WITTEN, RICHARD: Cross Country 3, 4. WOMACK, FRED. WOOD, CONNIE: Student Council alt. 47 Cyg- nets I-3. WOODWARD, RICK: Honor Roll 47 Key Club 47 Football I-47 Boys' "O" Club 47 Hi-Y 4. WOODWARD, WOODY: Honor Roll 47 Key Club 37 Hi-Y 3. WORK, RONALD. WRIGHT, JAIME: Student Council 4, store mgr. 47 Coronets I-4, program ed. 37 Pep Council 37 Courtesy Club 37 Red Cross rep. I, 2i JCL I, 27 Junior Delegates T, 2. WRIGHT, PAM: All-Sports Princess 47 All-School Cheerleader 3, 47 Cygnets I-47 cheerleader 27 Courtesy Club 27 Court Jesters I-4, sgt.-at-arms 37 treas. 47 WRIGHT, TERRY: Nat'l. Honor Society 47 Honor Language 3, 4i Student Council 37 Cryslurs 2-4, chapl. 37 JCL I-47 Red Cross rep. 4. YEAGLEY, FRED: Football I-47 Baseball l'3f Track Ai Boys' "O" Club 3, 4. YEN, BILL: Honor Math 3, 47 Engineering Club 4. YORK, RANDY: Nat'l. Thespians 47 lNorth- eastj. ZANOVICH, GARY: Student Council 47 Key Club 3, 47 Wrestling 2, 37 DE 47 Hi-Y 3. ZOLTNER, MARY: Cygnets 'I-47 Courtesy Club 27 Red Cross alt. 2-47 Shield rep. I, 2. We wandered through days of gold Filled with youthful dreams, Though sometimes punctured by lqeis realities. Silently this moment of youth dryfts by - Finished is a word we only now discover. Looking back through purple shades of time We cherish this - the dawn of life. Challenged now to yet unconquered plains We leave with sadness, but with hopeful hearts Chris Lowry T l i i l l 4 5'T-"'J22'5511: +f:tg'gf'4 --L - - ' '11 l T if '. 1. rw., ff .2-.352 ia:-Q. -'gr t 'ffflfliflf l ., iff? . . ., '.E'f'1i37Js. 1 . 5" ffxilfff ' ,ui ZLL 74 .c . e 1 : ffl A 3 wf'.fii?1ii?y' . ff . -tw -, nxge, fl . V , W. ., ,... ,. ' ,T:',i9:xNL,,. Eze iii I-'T l712!Il'x:A4i"i M" 4 Q , 5 W . 1 1' 5 ' .5 1 t it 'T MC' b3i?v?1.!l'lgl: i l ,ak . c fs 'Qi it V. , ws' ' 2 , f"": ,iv 1? M'f 'K' . ' 'Z ' .M ' ri. V 'bk , RWE ! as H G 3 A. 'Tl".'lli ' J I u-hail 5 l"" q'7s7 ., .Y -ily , 5? f1X ,q'. V, f "1-5 H,-2 Vifc g, ' - N : I 4, fhlr.-. E.. Vt.Aiw, ,itV,Q.xfr?l 4: , ,,,.4:-1. Nl f itfi hiv gL'2Q a2f M t 'A t- ',fizrr9:'?l'vfe'fq,f,tQpif43,n4f,gie,2i,t,'feL sg! ' A yt 1, a.. 'V fl , v . sm 1-.Af Q ' " 'A gf life "fi-2 '5 'H' ' 'Z eg ,-A- ,' 'fin-f' .+ ..,, "L-'1' SENIORS assemble for commencement practice. THE LAST MILE . .. seniors file into Taft Stadium. l GREETING Father Paul Kendall are seniors Mike McCarty and Cathy Grisham. Father Kendall, who delivered the senior sermon at St. Luke's Methodist Church, is minister l uc -,,g5-Qli.EE7L'I3j3l5"? r ' izffs,-f-ffif , 1 , 5 'nj . -.Qc-'ll-iYhg fii ij flfff xi -.ff :- ...Hcp . 'L'-' '735"1:?54ii":T'5v- A-6,522 J, ,P .5 -..':1:CfT-,rpg , -vc '51-illftiflffif Q, ,, s-,..... .- ,. 1 if , A 1 V 5 :f1rj..j353'55?:g,.j , . .,"--'S 'i'f',I' ev-, v :-.:"71"" ,.W:1...Lz.1e:4:3...i3'i'e. E 5 of the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection. is 'X ss G4 1 .xx Brand new faces af an age-old ceremony- check fassels, smoofh gowns, recall That Today is fhe momentary bridge linking Yesferday and Tomorrow. 'Eg g .-4 - ,N 5 ' W ?s- xg we x. 'x g v ll' ' at L.. "WHAT d'you know? I've come to the z's." Nancy Arens, engulfed in IBM sheets, checks names for the Round Table index. 3 Acknowledgements 'Thanks, Thanks! -9 Staff Salutes Aides To the many persons who have given so much assistance and cooperation, we the 1967 Round Table staff, gratefully acknowledge our indebtedness. Although there are far too many people to recog- nize each individually, we would especially like to thank the student body, who made this book possible, the administration, and faculty, both as teacher and club sponsor. To Mrs. Lu Carroll, company representative, and the Taylor Publishing Company, go special apprecia- tion. We feel our relationship with them is unusually pleasant. One of our chief advisers was Mrs. Char- lotte Eaker, English-iournalism teacher. Also we are grateful for the help of Mrs. Walter Sutton of Roger Myers' Studio, Wagners' Studio, Curtis Studio, and Rick Wagner, former staff photographer. Finally, but certainly not least, we express our grat- itude to Mr. Bob Gaut, assistant principal Wand busi- ness adviser, and to Mrs. Elizabeth Burdette, editorial adviser. A sixteen page summer supplement, which will in- clude awards, spring sports, plus graduation events, will be mailed to purchasers in late summer. MARCH 6 was a red letter day in the journalism department. The Round Table went to press and the staff celebrated by playing in the snow, which lasted lust four hours. .. T sn! - --'j".,., M w : IT'S D-DAY Cdeadline dayj and sportswriters Pete Ukena, Marty Schnetzler, and Mark Whitney work overtime to finish copy. ld?2:'z.1:uig-'fu:Ff.ia5is2ggiQEQ?i?ggf1i-1. , ,gkgg-gggflzixsggzfsi. g,,,1.-. gj-'ssjw - :fgfzif - M fff' . . . 5 ' ' . I r f --ilieekfi - .. I - . - 1 i. f iiifiidiki-:Ifg-3 , r i Q 3 j ,QI .. :'1i':ii - r - . f-f7T-5'.:- l ' . I ' .1 1 f -we 5 E iff.: igE1lS?EiL5?YSkiL51'fg . V ' gg, ggiqggfyggggg-, . , ' ' L. liiiiitg- K . . -. . t . . ri.. 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PROOF that operating school publications is "big business" is evi- denced by the daily trips Deanna Bond and Sandy Bacon make to the office of Mrs. Jane Sm-ith, school financial secretary. Editor's reflections End of Chapter - Round Table '66-6 Round Table '67 marks another milestone in the lives of the 3100 students in this school-a school filled with honor, tradition, friends and memories. On these pages we have tried to capture the spirit which has carried Northwest Classen to its present pinnacle of success. To help fulfill this purpose, we chose this year's school motto "Challenge to Great- ness" as our theme. The key word on the Round Table staff this year was CHANGE. Our format differs from that of any previous yearbook. We changed layout patterns, head- line and type style- and selected a different kind of paper. Mindful that expressions that make up the face of our school are constantly changing, we attempted to record the various moods, challenges, and achieve- ments reflected at Northwest this year. They are recorded, not iust for an instant, but for all time. 259 Q -A- K- Aber, Hal 186 Abney, John 140, 186 Achramowicz, Stephen 85 Ackerman, Ann 74, 91, 103, 124, 129, 205 Ackerman, Mark 89, 101, 135, 136, 155, 186 Ackerman, Paul, Ill 186 ord, John, lV 223 Diane 103 Aco rd , l Ray 167 mes DIRECTOR 47 A ams, Chuck 167 Adams Adams , Gayle 116, 129, 167 , Jimmy 167 Adams, John 205 lAdler, Doug 167 DMINISTRATION 40, 41 Alinowicz, Shirley 91, 205 Aharans, Libby 116, 205 Ahlfeldt, Becky 73, 79, 83, 103, 116 223, 242 Aken, Carol 223 Akin, Donald, Jr. 223 Alaupovic, Betsy 20, 74, 124, 205 bright Kathleen A. 223 Albright Kathy 108, 116, 186 eanne 167 , David 167 Allen, Deborah 90, 116, 124, 186 Allen, Deborrah 77, 223 Alberts, Marty 205 Al m, Clin 223 ne- Allen, Diana 205 Allen, Royce 205 Allen, Judith 223 Allen, Susan 74, 103, 205 Allen, Frank 135, 186 ALLRED, BETTY 42, 94, 95 DAllred, Richard 31, 186 D lmack, Penny 90, 186 lper, Diane 124, 166, 167 Alper, Pamela 205 Amick, Doug 81, 113, 205 Amick, Martin 84, 106, 186 Amos, Steve 88, 205 O Index Amsdell, James 186 ANDERSON, DONNA 42 Anderson, Gayle 25, 74, 83, 103, 116, 223, 242 Anderson, Gloria 31, 34, 72, 124. 129, 131, 134, 223, 224 Anderson, Marty 101, 135, 223 Anderson, Karen 205 Andreazon, Rosalie 81, 205 Andrews, Kathi 167 Andrews, Tim 155, 223 ANNOUNCERS CLUB 94 Anschutz, Mark 167 Apostol, Fontaine 186 APPLETON, ANN 42 Archer, Debbie 167 ARCHER, LINDA 42 Arens, Nancy 99, 124, 223, 258 Armstrong, Chris 186 Armstrong, Claudea 129, 167 Armstrong, Rhdonda 116, 167 Armstrong, Ran 85, 186 Arnn, Dennis 223 Arnold, Nancy 80, 103, 116, 129, 185, 186 ART 53 Ash, Michael 81, 135, 163, 223 Ashbough, Jack 223 Ashford, Richard 82, 186 Ashmore, Glenn 149, 186 acon, 259 O Sandra 76, 82, 99, 124, 223, Cindy 116, 129, 167 ai ey, Randy 140, 186 Bailey Larry 167 Bailey Pamela 124, 186 Bailey, Phil 135, 144, 146, 205 Baird, David 186 Baker, Deborah 124, 186 Baker, Liz 124, 205 Baker, Jim A. 205 Baker, James O. 141, 167 Baker, Lamont B. 205 Baker, Nita 124, 167 Baker, Susie 116, 167 Baker, Tammy 205 Ball, Charlie, Ill 81, 121, 205 BALL, YVONNE 42, 79 Ballard, Diania 205 Ballard, Phyllis 90, 223 Ballew, Harley 186 Balliett, Steven 167 BAND GIRLS 96 Banks, Banks, Karen 129, 167 Kathy 124, 205 Banta, Rick 186 Banta, Denise 108, 167 Barloat, Sandy 74, 103, 124, 205 Barker, Atkins Austin, Austin, Austin, 1 Alan 167 Jeffrey 186 Laura 124, 167 William 223 , 186 Barker, Marcus 74, 78, 80, 81, B5, 223 Barker, Susan 124, 223 Barkett, Steve 81, 205 Barnes, Glenda 103, 116, 223 Avery, Elaine 167 Avery, Jeanine 223 45- Barnes, Nancy 224 Barnes, Susan 103, 116, 205 Barnett, Betty 186 Barnett, Debbie 124, 129, 166, 167 Barnett, Marsha 103, 116, 205 Barnum, Richard 167 Barr, Kay 58, 165, 205 rr, Lorna 108, 167 ff' Baber, Barbara 31, 99, 124, 129, 205 Bacher, Monty 205 hhofer, Aaron 223 achhofer, Sherry 186 Bacon, Mary Ann 205 260 arrett, Claudia 103, 116, 129, 205 Z' Berthelot, Tina 8, 23, 80, 121, 125, 224, 236 Best, Linda 167 Bettis, Jeannine 117, 168 Bettis, Becky 125, 167 Bevins, Susie 117, 187 Biggs, Barbara 117, 129, 206 Biggs, Gary 168 Biles, David 168 Biles, Teeanna 125, 206 Bingham, Randy 168 Bink, Tim 168 Binns, Marshall 72, 74, 82, 87, 224, 239 Binns, Karen 125, 187 Bird, Wanda 80 Birdsong, Michael 187 Birdwell, Robyn 117, 187 Birkett, Tom 81, 86, 112, 114, 206 Bishop, John 89, 224 Bishop, Bill 141, 168 Black, Susan 80, 90, 103, 125, 129, 130, 187 Black, Bill 168 Blackburn, Jae 72, 74, 78, 88, 91, 100, 101, 224 Blackwell, Hardy 87, 224 Blair, Keith 99, 135, 136, 162, 224 Blair, Kent 140, 141, 163, 187 Blair, Sharon 187 Blakey, Dorenda 80, 206 Blakey, Karen 99, 108, 117, 187 Blakey, Shari 90, 225 Blakley, Charlotte 106, 187 Blakley, Cindy 108, 168 Blaschke, Kris 80, 114, 187 Blaschke, Mike 88, 91, 155, 157, 225 BLEVINS, MARY 42 BOARD OF EDUCATION 38, 39 Boatman, David 168 oatman, Kenny 187 Backus, Jane 168 K2 Backus, Gordon 121, 206 Barrett, Dennis 121, 186 Barron, Linda 116, 186 Bartlett, Reggie 167 Basore, Sue 74, 124, 205 Bateman, Grady 81, 87, 88, 155, 205 Bateman, David 224 Battaglia, Darlene 186 Battaglia, Marilynn 75, 167 Batten, Janie 186 Bauman, Lana 116, 186 Baumberger, Andrea 87, 90, 186 Baumberger, Rick 65, 77, 79, 224 Baumgarner, Janice 108, 205 xt, Margaret 31, 66, 129, 205 ayless, Skip 150, 167 Bays, Duane 205 Bays, Gail 187 Bays, Karen 87, 124, 224 Beachlsoard, Caroline 106, 108, 116, 187, 199 Beals, Rob 82, 87, 205 Beausang, Betsy 30, 79, 224 Beck,7 Kenneth 80, 96, 110, 114, 115, 18 Beck, Terry 108, 167 Beckner, Pat 167 Beedle, Caressa 125, 167 Belcher, Donna 91, 103, 116, 205 Beleele, Wynona 1B7 Beleele, Yolanda 205 Bell, Bette 224 Bell, John 135, 142, 151, 167, 183 Bell, Steve 167 Belt, Vickie 116, 129, 167 Bendau, Bill 224 Bender, Thomas 187 Benedict, Bill 101, 142, 205 Benedict, John 167 Benham, Linda 116, 224 Benham, Sheryl 187 Benn, Charles 187 Bennett, lngrid 205 Bennett, Paula 167 Benson, Patsy 117, 129, 167 Benson, Kathy 117, 129, 205 Bentley, John 85, 224 Bergmann, Bob 88, 101, 187 Bergquist, Eric 167 Berousek, Sandra 74, 103, 125, 206 Berry, Steven 187 Berryhill, Barbara 59, 80, 87, 96, 114, 224 O Bodine, Barbara 108, 117, 168 Bodine, Denise 106, 117, 206 Bond, Deanna 9, 55, 72, 82, 99, 103, 117, 225, 259 Bond, Jim 74, 225 Bond, Marva 124, 129, 168, 174 Bond, Melinda 168 Bonebrake, Cindy 103, 117, 206 Bontly, Marcia 168 Bontly, Bill 131, 225 Baoher, Diana 206 Booker, Tom 187 Boone, Melanie 117, 187 Board, Dan 187 Booth, Jacque 125, 187 Booth, Steve 141, 168 Borgert, Linda 187 Botone, Cathy 168 BOTTGER, IRMA 50 B , HELEN 42 aurland, Janis 103, 125, 206, 211 Baurland, Michael 225 BOUTELLE, LORRAINE 42 Bowden, Norman 187 Bowers, Vicki 71, 103, 125, 225 Bowlin, Jack 206 Bowman, Brenda 206 Bowman, Bill 86, 206 Box, Dennis 157 Boyd, Mike 88, 206 Baydstan, Candy 91, 125, 206 Boyle, Barbara 93, 117, 168 Boyles, Jay 187 BOYS' "O" CLUB 135 Brace, Brenda 225 Bradley, Janice 125, 129, 168 Bradshaw, Betty 72, 74, 96, 113, 225 BRADSHAW, NANCY 42 Bradway, Ed 81, 114, 168 Bradway, James 81, 85, 113, 114, 206 Brady, John 225 Brady, Pamella 106, 108, 187 Brady, Bob 87, 225 Brady, Tom 27, 132, 135, 136, 155, 206 Bramble, Beverly 103, 117, 225 rand, Greg 141, 168 Brandell, John 72, 78, 85, 225 1 ranham, Judy 225 Branham, Robert 168 Brawley, Kirk 89, 100, 101, 135, 225 Bray, Philip 106, 135, 225 Bredeson, Gail 117, 168 Brehm, Esther 158, 159, 161, 225 Breisch, Barbara 125, 187 Brewer, Karen 206 Brewton, Gary 187 Bricmont, Pete 168 Bridges, Charlotte 83, 206 Briggs, Karen 206 Brightwell, Debbie 125, 168 Brink, Mark 168, 170 Brinkley, Kathryn 187 Brinkworth, Jim 168 BRINTON, BETTY 42 Broadfoot, Rosalyn 91, 103, 117, 206 Brock, Dennis 14 Brock, Janice 108, 117, 187 Brock, Joyce 117, 187 Brock, Thea 168 Brockhaus, Don 206 Brockhaus, Pat 187 Brodnon, Jane 87, 125, 225 Brogden, Ronnie 187 Brokaw, John 225 Bronson, Donna 103, 125, 187 Bronson, Sharon 100, 101, 103, 104, 117, 225 Brooks, James 168 Brooks, Linda 187 Brower, Lauretta 80, 125, 206 Brown, Cynthia 56, 103, 111, 117, 187 Brown, D. Rick 72, 73, 74, 78, 79, 81, 85, 225 Brown, Dennis 168 BROWN, ELAINE 42 Brown, Gloria 187 Brown, James 89, 101, 206 Brown, Kathy 117, 168, 170 Brown, Keith 187 Brown, Leroy 206 Brown, Martha 96, 168 Brown, Mike 168 Brown, Ricky M. 140, 141, 187 Brown, Sally 72, 74, 103, 104, 117, 123, 222, 225 Brown, Susan 81, 225 Browning, Danny 135, 142, 206 Brumm 206 itt, Dan 81, 89, 135, 151,153, Bryant, Barbara 106, 206 Bryant, David 53, 75, 86, 135, 225 Bryant, Emma 117, 226 Bryant, Jon 206 Bryant Diane 125 187 anvmir, Rum ai, as Buchanan, Michael 188 Buchner, Gayle 62, 117, 125, 129, 168 Buckner, Ann 206 Buckner, Gail 168 Bullard, Sue 117, 226 Bullen, Betty 64, 125, 206 Bullen, Larry 188 Bumpas, Kris 188 Bunch, Bruce 135, 155, 226. Bunch, Kenneth 62, 206 Burch, Howard 206 BURDETTE, MARY ELIZABETH 42, 99 Burdick, Rick 53, 188 Burgess, Mike 168 Burghart, Sue 79, 103, 122, 123, 125, 226 Burks, James 141, 168 Burks, Mary 103, 125, 160, 206 Burns, Cherry, R Burleson, Sharon 108, 168 Burnett, Diana 125, 188 Burnett, Lindo 79, 103, 117, 226 Burns, Gary 188 Burns, Jack 168 Burns, Tim 168 Burns, Linda 96, 113, 125, 206 Susan 103, 117, 206 Burroughs, Jane 117, 168 Burrows, Bonnie 117, 207, 219 Burrows, Diana 79, 117, 226 Burt, Dennis 226 Burt, Linda 207 BURTON, CHARLENE 42, 94, 209 Burton, Diane 125, 129, 168 Burton, Karen 125, 207 Burton, Lynn 117, 129, 168 BURTON, MIRIAM 42 Busby, Donna 108, 169 Busch, Bill 169 Busch, Shirley 108, 125, 226 Bush, Debbie 108, 169 BUSINESS EDUCATION 62 Bussing, Robert 188 4 Ce! ,,co Butler, Joyce 169 Clanahon, Connie 188 Butler, Martha 108, 117, 188 Butler, William, ll 169 Butt, Roy 8B,,100, 101, 207 Butts, Andy 207 Butts, George 207 Butts, Jerry 207 BYARS, OPHELIA 42, 92 Byers, Benny 144, 149, 185, 188 -Q- ell, Therese 16, 29, 75, 79, 81, 99, 226 CAFETERIA 51 Cain, Chris 188 Clanahan, Jim 188 Clancy, Debbi 227 Clark, Gayle 103, 125, 188 Clark, Bill 155, 188 Clark, Mike 227 Clark, Danny 207 Clark, David 88, 101, 207 Clark, Debbie 188 Clark, Dolores 91, 117, 207 Clark, Elizabeth 227 Clark, James 188 Clark, Kelly 189 CLARK, LOIS 43 Clark, Lyn 75, 91, 103, 207 Clark, Ray 207 Clark, Becky 227 Clark, Sondra 129, 169 Clark, Susan 169 C1323 Terry 48, 76, 78, 98, 99, 227, Cain, Andy 169 Claunch, Connie 103, 117, 129, 189 Cain, Harold 207 Caldwell, Georgia 188 Caldwell, Vicki 207 CALHOUN, JANE 43 Calhoun, Lynn 117, 188 CALL, NORMA 43 Callaway, Charles 109, 169 Callaway, Diane 106, 125, 226 0 Cameron, Cindy 117, 129, 169 Campbell, Debra 92, 125, 188 Campbell, Larry 169 Campbell, Nancy 117, 129, 188 Campbell, Steve 149, 207 Canon, Steve 207 Cantrell, Cheryl 83, 207 Cantrell, Steven 188 Capron, Ronnie 89, 188 Capshow, David 188 Carleton, Sue 160, 226 Carlson, Lloyd 70, 74, 207 Carlson Roger 169 Carlton: susan K. 79, sr, 117, 226 Carlton, Bruce 188 Carman, Carman Charles 226 Ph Ilis 125 226 Claunch, Elaine 32, 103, 116, 131, 227 Clay, Shirley 125, 129, 169 Clayton, Carol 108, 117, 169 Clayton, Becky 125, 207 Cleaver, Riley 106, 107, 140, 189 Clemons, Randall 169 N Q? Clenney, Barbara 91, 103 Clenney, Terrie 108, 169 Clevenger, Kathy 125, 189 Clifton, Stephen 169 Clifton, Susan 103, 207 Clinton, Carol 117, 207 Clinton, Robert 189 if Coate, David 207 Coats, Becky 108, 189 Cobb, Craig 81, 88, 207 Cobb, John 106, 227 Cobb, Chriss 117, 189 N Cobb, Tonya 28, 96, 112, 227 Coburn, Catherine 227 Cochran, Christine 125, 129, 169 Cody, Earl 11, 76, 99, 135, 136, D 139, 227 Cody, Mike 99, 135, 207 Carnahan, Kent 135, 136, 207 CARPENTER, CHARLES 43, 151 Carpenter, Leslie 103, 125, 188 Carpenter, Joann 99, 103, 117, 207 Carriere, Glenn 88, 155, 207 Carrington, Lyn 90, 125, 188 Carroll, Kathy 169 Carter, Cindy 103, 111, 125, 207 Carter, Dennis BB, 94, 207 Carter, John 135, 136, 155, 188 Carter, Sharon 188 Coffia, Kirk 189 Coffia, Margaret 227 Coggins, Cathy 103, 125, 158, 189 "XCoggins, Sandra 72, 81, 103, 117, 158, 159, 227 Cohen, Jeff 80, 94, 101, 189 Coker, Eric 141 Coker, Shirley 189 Colclasure, Judith 117, 189 Colclasure, Steve 169 Cole, Jonetta 125, 189 Cash, Carol 188 Cassady, John 112, 226 Castle, Debbie 125, 207 Cathey, Patty 207 Catron, Dale 188 Cawthon, Georgia 226 Cawthon, Jackie 207 Cawthon, James 109, 169 Ceballes, lnez 169 Chaffee, Marcy 169 Chaloupek, Donna 226 Chaney, Jackie 169 Chaney, Ralph 188 Chaney, Saundra 83, 106, 226 Chapman, Judy 91, 207 Chapman, Jerry 169 Charleston, Steven 80, 94, 101, 226, 245 CHARLTON, JANICE 36, 43, 47, 131 Cheatham, John 101, 144, 149, 188 Cheatham, Sara 117, 188 Cheatham, Bill 79, 101, 135, 144, 226 Cherry, Greg 141, 169 obert 140, 188 CHESHER, ALICE 43 Childers, Ann 169 Childress, Pamela 108, 169 CHOATE, DEAN 43, 133, 137 Choate, Linda 54, 99, 188, 196 Choate, Neil 132, 136, 155, 156, 226 Choate, Steve 11, 29, 99, 136, 137, 226 Christian, Stephany 19, 76, 99, 226 Christine, Ann 207 Christianson, Cheryl 226 ' pher, Martha 125, 169 stopher, Peggy 76, 227, 250 hronister, Ramona 188 Church, Robert 79, 82, 113, 227 Cissne, Ralph 207 Coleman, Steven 113, 207 COLE Y, NANCY 43 Colley, Steve 86, 88, 208 Colley, Suzanne 169 Collier, Martha 103, 125, 227 Collins, David 89, 227 Collins, Georgeann 91, 103, 125, 208 Collins, Glennda 108, 125, 129, 169 Collins, Marie 208 Collins, Paula 54, 103, 117, 129, 208 Collins, Yvonne 74, 96, 208 Colvert, Hank 81, 208 Combs, Candy 117, 129, 169 Combs, Deborah 227 Confer, Paul 162 Conner, Glynda 125, 189 Cook, Gary 169 Cook, Cook, Cook, Cook, Cook, Linda 108, 170 Michael 135, 228 Sue 208 Suzanne 92, 228 William 123, 227 Cooley, Tim 141, 189 Cooper, David 114, 170 Cooper, Cathy 60, 103, 125, 208 Cooper, Ann 189 Cooper Cooter, , Susan 24, 103, 117, 189 Catherine 125, 129, 170 COPELAND, IVY 43 Copley, Brian 101, 123, 170 Copley, Sharon 78, 79, 82, 83, 85, 87, 103, 228, 248 Corbin, Kathy 228 Cordell, Donna 94, 125, 189 Cordonnier, Gary 113 Corey, Charles 135, 155, 228 Corn, Gary 228 Cornelison, Jean 117, 189 Cornelison, Gary 170 Cornelison, Kathy 117, 208 Cornelison, Bob 189 Cornell, Cathryn 125, 189 Cornish, Cathy 117, 170 Cornish, Teresa 75, 125, 228 CORONETS 116-120 Cory, Kristi 208 Cosgrove, Kathleen 228 COSMETOLOGY 64 Cotter, Phil 89, 135, 151, 153, 162, 228 Cotton, Pamela 117, 189 Cottrell, Kerry 228 Coughlin, Mike 208 COUNSELORS 41 COURT JESTERS 129, 130 COURTESY CLUB 103-105 COURTNEY, WOODROW 43 Coury, John 141, 150, 170 Cowart, Pam 74, 90, 103, 117, 208 Cowin, James 170 Cowper, Claudia 117, 170 Cowper, Janet 74, 83, 93, 208 Cowper, William 228 Cox, Belynda 103, 117, 228 COX, JAMES 43 Cox, Vicki 117, 170 Coy, Susie 125, 170 Coy, Neale 121, 135, 228 Craig, Clifford 57, 170 Craig, Karen 103, 125, 228 Craig, Sandy 91, 125, 208 Cranford, Alan 150, 170 Creech, Richard 85, 189 CREEKMORE, JANIE 43, 56, 83 Croasdale, Robert 135, 228 Crosley, Larry 135, 208 Crow, Paula 170 Crowe, Colleen 117, 170 Crowe, Judith 125, 189 CROWE, PAUL 43 Crumby, David 106, 208 Crumpler, Rita 228 CULBERT, JOHN 43, 82, 123 Cullen, Jay 229 Cummings, Peggy 91, 104, 117, 208 Cunningham, Debi 87, 125, 129, 170 Cupp, Cindy 87, 108, 125, 189 Curtis, Harry 141, 170 Curtis, Kathy 189 CUSTODIANS 51 CYGNETS 124-128 -D- Daiker, Mary 76, 81, 99, 159, 208 Dane, Austin 77, 229 Danely, Patsy 117, 189 Danely, Peggy 113, 117, 229 Daniel, Dennis 101, 135, 162, 229 I I Daniel, i 8 n DIXON U N Epperson, Jill 104, 125, 190 Dani , ri 8 Dola es 2 Erickson, John, Jr. 209 Da onna X010 D t 190 Erickson, Paul 83, 190 'nger, Le Q4 70 , vel n 171 ' Erickson, Steve 83, 230 arnell, John-2 fl 92, Erlewine, Dolores 230 Darr Dianne 5, Donc , u y 90, 1 2 190 Ervin, Julio 83, 125, 171 Davi Arlene 91, 1 8 Q . Don John ERWIN, TOM 44 , Brenda 0 0 , ldrfy 9 Etheridge, James 230 ath 125, ' 61 W D , BYUCC 1 Eubanks, Barbara 171 XEAVIS, C , 144, OUGHT A A 44 Evan aine 106, 209 ovis, Mil 8 , 89, 101, li Doughty, , 101, ' Eva endall 209 Davis Debi 26, 112, 117, 2 Q 'E HELEN 50 a i ebor 17, 229 D 511518 17 ns, teven 190 s Donna Downs A181418 ve t Harold 171 avis, George 229 D t , NEV Eve tt ike 230 Davi' g 170 Drake' HMI 110' 19 199 Eze 1, ebemi-1 117, 171 Da 5 es 229 Drenshaw, k 208 5,1 117, 1 , Drilling, C 125 90f Vis, Janice 74, DRIVE S EDU ATI 64 Davis, Dru , Joel 171 , Patri 7 1' fy, Paul 1 Ronnie 109 UWM 10V E 90 G Shawl D1'999"'19 '1 29 U in, Karen 99, , 117, 190, ger, Caroly , 29 192 4, U11 I D C' 1 Fair, Gary 9 ,94, 97, 2:10 AG' 1111115 4 Fair, Gen 17,209 'Dunbcff 1 'S 751299 Fairchil , y 149, 190 Duncan, D 1. 17 171 FGA - , ,Ute 21, 33, 74, 89, Duncan, evin 35, 136, 230 U CM, Petris 05 1 d, Keith 141, 171 u can, Paul 1 29 ONS 121, 122 UHCGHY HY 1 2' 1931 1 Fqigouf, Patricia 104, 190 Dum 11 90 Fam, Gloria 74, 106, 109, 11 , Du an n 109, 171 209 D 11 712 I 171, Farha, Gregory 21, 22, 1 D re, Jim 29 222, 230 all, a i Farha, Kathy 117, 190 Dye, L' a Farley, Clifford , 96, 6, 114, 1 230 Far er, Ca l 8, 190 er e 104, 8, 23 Fa yce 125, 17 F er, Terry 2, 3 , 222, 231, Farrand, Dave 171 Dawkins, Mary 64, 104, 117, 208 Defee, Phil 140, 189 Deffenbaugh, Larry 171 Detibaugh, Gary 208 DeGuisti, Mike 171 Delacruz, Eddie 189 Delancy, Sherry 117, 171 Delago, Barbara 125, 129, 171, 19 Delano, Bob 208 Delaughter, Michael 229 Delongy, Nancy 189 Dempsey, Bob 229 Denahm, Dana 189 Denahm, David 189 Denham, Douglas 101, 121, 189 Dennehy, Daniel 80, 81, 85, 87, 89, 101, 208 Dennis, Kathy 87, 208 Denton, Jane 80, 108, 117,,171 Dewey, John 89, 100, 135, 151, 229 Dick, Debbie 108, 125, 171 Dickenson, Gary 157 Dickerson, Denise 117, 171 Dinwiddie, Carol 171 Dinwiddie, Cheryl 171 Dishman, Nelda 125, 171, 174 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 65, 77 262 Eads, Dalta 91,104,117, 208 E1gin, Sherry 30, 72, 73, 74, 95, 104, 121, 124, 229 EAKER, CHARLOTTE 44 Eaker, Tim 83,113,l14,135, 144, 149, 208 Earley, Teresa 117, 190 Easlon, Yvonne 208 Easterday, Margaret 125, 171 Eastman, Kathy 117 Easton, Kim 117, 129, 171 Easton, Wyn 140, 190 Ecker, David 208 ECTON, NELLIE 44, 74, 131 Edmiston, Mike 190 Edmondson, Jane 125, 171, 174 Edmondson, Judy 72, 73, 74, 78, 83, 104, 230 Edwards, Dane 230 Edwards, Caroline 64, 190 Edwards , Charles 171 Edwards, Marsha 208 Effinger, Marilyn 91, 117, 208 Effinger, Sherman 141, 171 Ehrlich, Dorothy 230 Ehrlich, Janet 125, 208 Eischen, Daniel 68, 81, 94, 97, 121, 230 Elder, Rob 58, 70, 79, 106, 109, 135, 230, 253 ELECTRONICS CLUB 85 Elespuru, Victoria 117, 171 Elledge, Patricia 171 Elliott, Debbie 125, 190 Elliott, Larry 135, 163, 209 Ellis, James 89, 135, 136, 230 Ellison, Stanly 190 Ellsworth, Sandra 97, 125, 230 Ellyson, Barbara 190 Emanuel, Bill 36, 85, 230 Emberton, Carole 230 Emberton, Becky 117, 190 Embree, Jerry 230 Emerson, Candy 104, 117, 209 Emerson, Randy 140, 190 Emmert, Brad 89, 101, 144, 149, 209 Emmert, Kenneth 171 Empie, Roger 101, 209 Encapera, Charlotte 171 ENGINEERING CLUB 86 England, Debbie 171 ENGLISH 54, 55 Farrand, Kent 209 Farrell, Mike 28, 88, 231 Farris, Janice 190 Farris, Walter 231 Farthing, Diana 171 Fatheree, Barbara 72, 92, 97, 1187 231 Faw, James 85, 231 Felber, Chris 171 Felton, Warren 74, 101, 9 Ferguson, Ga 0 Ferguson, Ste 7 Fern, Sheryl 125, Fezler, Crai 66, 171 Fezler, Georgene 91, 125, 209 Field, Pennie118, 209 Fields, Debbie 190 Fields, Pat 125, 209 Finch, Patsy 104, 118, 209 Finch, Bill 190 Fine, Becky 171 Finefrock, Chris 31, 125, 129, 209 Finefrock, Debbie 18, 30, 68, 75, 94, 95, 104, 116, 231, 246 FINDLY, EVELYN 7, 24, 44, 131 Finley, Gary 141, 157, 171 Finley, Ron 190 Fischer, Dorothy 231 Fischer, Janice 231 Fish, Susan 79, 94, 97, 231 Fishel, Janice 231 Fisher, Nancy 14, 90, 118, 190 Fitz, Donna 108, 129, 172 Fitzgerald, Don 172 Fitzpatrick, Randy 13, 23, 24, 30, 33, 231 Flatt, Brenda 126, 172 Fleenor, Bill 231 Fleetwood, Bill 140, 190 Fleming, Bill 231 Fleming, Rhonda 126, 190 Flenniken, Timothy 231 Flood, Rebecca 190 Florence, David 172 Flynn, Mike 172 Flynn, Steve 135, 142, 190 Fondren, Kim 83, 118, 129, 172 Fonvielle, Frank 190 Forbes, Dee Ann 231 Forbis, Mike 190 Ford, Charles 172 Ford, lala 104, 126, 231 Ford, Jan 104, 190 Ford, Kathleen 232 Forester, Jane 126, 172 Forester, Janet 209 Forget, Nancy 118, 172 Fortlage, Dale 209 Foster, Janie 172 Foster, Jessie 157, 172 Foster, Tommy 209 Foust, John 76, 88, 209 Foutz, Larry 209 Fowler, Debbie 108, 232 Francisco, Connie 104, 209 Frank, Keith 190 Franks, Elinda 232 Franks, Sherry 126, 209 Fredrick, Wynona 232 Freeny, Sandra 126, 209 French, Jim 140, 191 French, Marsha 108, 172 French, Mikel 106, 109, 210 Frogge, Toni 232 Frow, John 191 Frye, Debby 76, 99, 118, 210 Fulling, Mary C. 77, 232 Fulmer, Shari 118, 129 Fulton, Mechel 172 Fulton, Pat191 Fulton, Bob 191 Fulton, Robyn 232 QC Fulwider, Raynora 191 Funderburk, Anne 16, 99, 104, 126, 191 Funk, Dan 151, 152, 210 Funk, Marc 140, 191 Funk, Jan 191 Funk, Bill 232 FUTURE TEACHERS OF ERICA 92 1 X addy, Mik 210 Gaddy, Vickie 112 Gaine rry 172 Ga'ne yn 91, 210 G ITH , RICHARD 44, 85 G I gh Larry 232 G I ly, Janice 210 G p, Bill 135, 136, 210 Gardner, John 210 Gardner, Marsha 72, 74, 79, 87, 126, 232 Gardner, Patti 172 Garis, Don 232 Garner, Cecil 163, 232 Garrett, Rendall 191 Gary, Bob 141, 172 Goss, Martha 108, 172 Gates, Jan 90, 104, 126, 191 Gatewood, Anna 23, 106, 118, 191 Gatewood, Kent 210 GAUT, ROBERT 40, 41, 44, 189 Gaut, Ruth 210 Gee, Glen 210 -Gee, Larry 232 Geiser, Shanna 126, 210 Geist, Connie 104, 126, 191 Geist, Tom 141, 172 Geller, Barry 157, 172 Gennuso, Lori 172 Gennuso, Mary 191 Gentry, Bill 232 GERMAN CLUB 81 Germann, Jim 210 Geurin, Don 191 Geurin, Jerry 54, 76, 99, 232 Gholston, Starr 126, 210 Gibson, Kenny 114, 141, 172 Gibson, Marilyn 83, 210 Gibson, Tom 80, 89, 112, 155, 156, 210 Gilbert, Frances 126, 129, 172 Gilbert, John 86, 110, 135, 136, 155, 210 Gill, Ernie 210 Gill, Sandra 75, 91, 210 Gilley, Danny 2101 Gillilan, Suzanne 172 Gilmore, Terri 129, 172 Gilson, Gary 83, 123, 172 Gin, Andy 74, 83, 210 Gin, Norman 79, 81, 232 Ginn, Bob 172 Ginn, Dale 85, 232 Ginter, Toni 210 GIRLS' "O" CLUB 158 Glass, Judi 118, 191 Glass, Pat 172 Gober, Rhonda 210 Gober, Sheralyn 74, 87, 90, 92, 232 Goddard, David 19, 191 Goddard, Mike 89, 210 Goins, Jerry 83, 96, 232 I Goldman, Karen 75, 91, 104, 118, 210 Gooch, Dana 191 Goodrich, Jerry 155, 210 Gordon, Genny 108, 172 Gordon, Thomas 77, 81, 94 Gore, Cheryl 172 -. Gorman, Larry 232 Gorman, Mike 191 Goss, Shirley 210 Goss, Tina 191 Goss, Lee Ann 99, 104, 126, 232 Gossett, Doug 82, 85, 123, 232 Graff, Cynthia 210 Graham, Griff 89, 151, 210 Graham, Mike 109, 172 Graham, Leia 210 Grantham, Robert 85, 210 Grasley, James 11, 27, 33, 35, 135, 136, 139, 232 Gray, Cindy 126, 129, 172 Gray, Greg 172 Gray, Linda 92, 104, 118, 191 Gray, Jeff 210 GREAT BOOKS CLUB 79 HALE, CHARLES 45 Hall, Charles 6 Hall, Dale 211, 215 Hall, Debra 99, 192 HALL, DORIT 45 Hall, Doug 141, 173 Hall, Jeff 109, 192 Hall, Jerry 211 Hendricks, Rodger 211 Hendry, Beth 106, 110 Henley, Robert 109, 114 Hensch, Donald 211 Huflaker, Carla 193 Huffaker, Bill 89, 234 Huffman, Jimmie 193 Huffman, Linda 212 Hensch, Linda 173 Hensch, Peggy 118, 192 Hensch, Philip 86, 140, 211 Hall, Marcia 173 Hall, Marshall 192 Hall, Mike 8, 88, 151, 233 Hall, Pa Hall, Ro Hall, Te mela 211 bert 212 rry 211 Hallenbeck, Donald 173 Hallenbeck, Steven 192 Hallman, Jay 86, 211 Halter, Lorah'126, 173 Ham, Terry 94, 192 Hamby, Gary 173 Hamilton, Cathy 192 Hamilton, Debbie 104, 162, 192 Hamilton, Harla 91, 104, 126, 211 Hamm, Kathy108, 118,173 Hampton, Mary 192 Hampton, Robbie 87, 233 Hanna, David 89, 211 HANGER, GWENDOLYN 45 Hansen, David 232 Harcourt, Stephen 211 Hardin, Barbara 211 Hardin, Buzzy 233 Hensley, Becky 79, 118, 121, 234 Henton, Keith 174 Hentschel, Mike 114, 174 Herring, Jean 193 Herrmann, Janet 118, 193 Hester, Janice 28, 106, 118, 234 Heslwood, John 77, 234 Hetherington, Lindo 193 HEUSEL, GERALD 41 Heuser, Debbie 104, 126, 193 Hewes, Kitty 126, 193 HI-Y 88, 89 Hicks, Bettye 64, 211 Hicks, Craig 89,151, 211 HICKS, RUTH ANN 45 Higginbotham, Judy 193 Highley, Larry 112, 212 Hildebrand, Jerri 126, 234 Hill, Anne 193 Hill, Bill 193 Hill, Donna 104, 118, 193 Hindes, Janet 118, 212 Hindman, Eric 72, 74, 78, 81, 112, 114, 234 Hines, Tom 193 Hugg, Jim 113, 173, 174 Hughbanks, Janet 193 Hughes, Cheryl 91, 126, 212 Hughes, Patricia 126, 193 Hughes, Ricky 174 Hughes, Sharman 129, 212 Hulett, Carrie 118, 174 Hulett, Cleda 90, 118, 193 Humphrey, Doug 101, 112, 193 Humphrey, Linda 193 Humphrey, Jim 141, 174 Green, Dena 118, 129, 172 Green, Donald 28, 232 Green, Glenn 172 Green Green 111 , Jim , 191 , John 210 Green, Johnny 16, 233 Green, Pat191 Green, Patricia 126, 172 Green, Terry 90, 104, 126, 129, 130 191 I Greenamyer, Donald 74, 88, 101, 210 Greenhaw, Pam 108, 118, 172 Greenhaw, Steve 172 Greenhaw, Terry 126, 129, 172 Greenhaw, Tommy 210 Bill 101,193 Heitzm Gregory, Jim 210 Gregory, Thirza 104, 118, 158, 210 Grey, Ava 91, 126, 210 Griffin, John 172 Griffin, Pot 210 Griffith, Linda 191 Griggs, Richard 89, 210 Griggs, Roger 61, 192 Grigsby, Denise 172 A Grimes, Mark 135, 136, 155, 192 GRIMES, PAT 50 Grisham, Cathy 21, 90, 99, 104, 121, 126, 233, 246, 256 Grissom, Darlene 87, 118, 233 GRISSOM, KENNY 44, 60 Grill, Paul 74, 142, 210 Grob, Don 172 Grove, Joyce 87, 96, 113, 114, 118, 210 -' ' Grube, Kathy 118, 172 Grussendorf, Larry 151, 192 Grussendorf, Rori 233 Gullo, John 173 Gullo, Kathie 118, 129, 173 Gustin, Brenda 82, 104, 192 Guthery, Shirley 233 Guysi, Holt 89, 233 -H- Hoas, Ruby 93, 96, 114, 159 Hack, Clydan 126, 192 I HACKLER, MARGARET 50 Haddon, David 173 Hafen, Glenda 126, 173 , Haffner, Palmer 88, 135, 233 Hafner, Nancy 118, 173 Hagan, Bob 211 Hagan, Paulo 118,173 Haggard, Jeanne 108, 126, 129, 173 Haggard, Tim 192 Hagstrom, DaIe112,121,192 Hagstrom, Robert 74, 78, 87, 233 Hail, Norman 233 Hale, Barbara 192 Hale, Beverly 81, 99, 126, 192 Hardwick, Jan 72, 79, 94, 118, 233 Hardy, Diane 173 Harkins, Sarah 72, 73, 79, 104, 233 126, Harley, Becky 104, 126, 129, 192 Harley, Ann 118, 211 Harms, Harms, Steve 173 Eddie 211 Harper, Aubrey 135, 136 Harper, Larry 192 Harris, Dan 173 HARRIS, DELMA 50 Harris, Greg 74, 211 Harris, Jonathan 74, 80, 85, 101, Harris, Harris, Larry 192 Susan 99, 104, 118, 192 Harris, Terry 101, 211 HARRISON, CLOVIA 45 Harrison, Dana 104, 118, 211 Harrison, Linda 106, 233 Harrison, Richard 89, 149, 211 Harry, Steve 106, 192 Hartman, Bill 173 Hartman, Janie 192 Hartman Hartman , Mallory 123 , Pony 118,221 Hinkle, Kay 118, 212 Hinkle, Pat 108, 193 Hinson, Vince 173, 174 Hixon, Gary 193 Hixon, Linda 82, 118, 193 Hixon, Ronny 150, 174 Hack, Warren 121, 212 Hodge, Stan 212 Hodge, Teresa 108, 174 Hodges, Elizabeth 104, 118, Hodgson, Nancy 83, 174 Hogan, Lareeca 75, 87, 212 Hoke, Cynthia 104, 234 HOKE, DAVID 45 Holbrook, Debra 118, 174 Holden, Danny 212 193 Humphreys, Craig 150, 174 Humphreys, Kirk 212 Hunsaker, Toni 118, 193 Hunt, Kay 108, 193 Hunter, Debbie 126, 193 Huntress, Steve 174, 177 Hurst, Allen 174 Hurt, Roger 140, 212 Husband, Brenda 75, 87, 91, 104, 118, 212 Husband, Debra 126 Husky, Dan 140, 155 HUTCHISON, KAREN 45 Hutchison, Robert 109 Hutton, Roger 77, 234 Imoe, Ronald 235 INDUSTRIAL ARTS 61 Ingram, Terry 77, 235 Irwin, Bobby 140, 193 Irwin, Marion 193 IRWIN, REX 45, 142, 143 Isaac, Sue 212 .J- Hollond, Vickie 174 Hollingsworth, Diana 79, 126, 234, 246 Holloway, Bill 113,114, 193 Holloway, Dan 79, 234 Holloway, David 79, 234 HOLLOWAY, FRED 36, 45, 86, 157 Holloway, Steven 11, 36, 86, 136, Jackson, Candy 108, 193 Jackson, Eilene 91, 104, 126, 21 Jackson, Susan 212 Jackson, 139, 144, 234 Holt, Corliss 118 Hartronft, Brad 173 Harvey, Cynthia 192 Harvey, Randy 140, 192 Hatchett, Johnnie 72, 74, 79, 83, 94, 96,114,115,164, 233 Hatfield, David 72, 78, 106, 233 Hatfield, Stephen 106, 192 Hatley, Leslie, Jr. 173 Haxle, Mike 157 Hayes, Jerry 173 Hayes, Linda 233 Hayes, Lynda 173 Hays, Donna 108 Hazelwood, Julia 233 Hazleton, Susan 70, 79, 97, 104, 106 118 234 , , 121, Heard, Brian 192 Heare, Susan 126, 211 Heath, Jim 173 Heath, Paul 211 Heckel, Sissy 118, 211 Heflin, Morris 123, 173 on, Jeffrey 173 Held, Billy 211 Held, David 157, 173 Held, Gary 173 Held, John 149, 211 Heldenbrand, Chris 173 Helderman, Martha 72, 81, 83, 96, Holt, Linda 126, 174 Holt, Sarah 129, 174 Homsey, Mickey 193 Homsey, Sandro 90, 118, 225, 227, 234 HONOR LANGUAGE 73 Hooker, Marcie 193 Hoover, Phylis 234 Hopkins, Vicki 104, 126, 212 Hopping, Meg 7, 104, 118, 234 Horn, Deborah 118, 234 Horn, Jo 118, 212 Horn, Marilyn 212 Horne, Charles 193 Horne, Lois 108, 212 Horrigan, Barney 11, 135, 136, 137, 234 Horrigan, Mike 151, 212 Horton, Shelley 75, 80, 104, 126, 193 Horton, Dwayne 135, 136, 155, 212 Hosek, Diane 126, 174 Hauser, Elaine 83, 96, 111, 126, 212 Houston, Jack 174 Howard, Larry 212 Howard, Beth 74, 96, 108, 212 113, 114, 234 Helfer, Jeffrey 211 Hellen, Kathy 126, 211 Helm, Charles 150, 173 Helms, Richard 192 Helt, Deanna 173 Helt, Robert 85, 140, 192 Hembree, Pat 192 Howard, Linda 104, 123, 126, 234, 246 Howard, Bob 141, 174 Howard, Terri 90, 91, 1045 126, 212 Howell, Gary 212 Howell, Phil 109 Hoyt, Susan 91, 118, 212 Huckobay, Susie 104, 118, 230, 234 246 Henager, Kryn 108, 192 Hendricks, David 109, 192 Hendricks, Jamie 106, 234 HENDRICKS, JO ALICE 45 Hudok, Francis 234 Hudson, Paula 126, 212 Hudson, Philip 135, 136, 149, 212 Hudson, Steve 174 Huff, Dan 234 Jacob, David 81, 212 Jacobson, Janie 75, 104, 111, 12 134, 235 Jacobson, Jennifer 129, 193 Jacobson, Mark 174 Jacobson, Sammy 81, 212 Jakeway, Nancy 77 James, Morris 212 James, Nancy 161, 212 James, Tom 150, 174 January, Cheryl 129, 174 Jarchow, Kay 27, 66, 72, 74, 78, 90, 118, 164, 235, 248 Jarrett, Sue 80, 104, 126, 193 Jayne, Jane 74, 96, 126, 212 Jeffers, Eddie 193 Jefferson, Larry 82, 83, 112, 212 6 0 unelle 4 imerer, Sandy 112, 118, 175 X e arr 2 5 N AS Kamenesky, Becky 126, 129, 175 Kardokus, Eddie 101, 135, 136, 236 Karhu, Tom 175 Kashner, Michele 126, 213 Kashner, Michael 175 Kauffman, Elise 175 Kearney, Kathy 104, 118, 129, 194 Keathley, Judy 236 Keesee, Mary 126, 194 Keffer, Van 194 Keil, Bill 213 Keim, Mark 135, 136, 209, 213 Keith, Richard 194 Keleher, Pamela 104, 118, 129, 213 Keller, Lorrie 24, 52, 75, 213 Kellert, Diane 104, 118, 194 Kellert, Frank 10, 100, 101, 135, 236 Kelley, Barbara 126, 175 Kelley, Cathy 175 Kelly, Caro1104,t18,130,194 Kelsoy, Kathy 126, 175 Kemp, Linda 118, 175 ndall, Bendy 75, 118, 213 endall, Kathy 91,213 Kendel nita 126, 175 Kened , ohnny 53, 236 Ke nedy Fay 74, 80, 83, 87, 91, Kenned , Tressa 118, 194 Je , an 1 4 5 U ft, oougi 9 ' 11 " , 6,213 rome, S nley 135 4, 146,' Kent, Mark 89, 140, 194 7 J it y 'J v 5, 7 ents' K 1 11 6' ' 1 Kendaii, Vac, 90, 194 JEN LDA 5, f . 4 , M64 118 193 Jennings Max 35 Barba N 11 148, Jess l1aron1 , K 9, djfveph Nancy 213 ohnse A 08, 99. JOHNSO , ART '46, 11 Johnson, Barbar 26, 2 5 Jo nson es ar yn 3 ran ,Jo n, o 31,81,, ,113, 4, 1 , 21'3 ru ' h , arl 13 J s yl I .W , k 1, 74, 81, 6, , 1 f Jo son, 193 Johnson, eorge 2 Joh son, erald 3 40 Joh on, , , , Joh , Joy , 1 13 nson, Lind V 4 ohnson, Linda 126, 194 . J hnsonS Mark 174 Jo nson ike 174 N, OSCAR 46, 85 on, Mike 194 2 Jo nson, Susan 72, 73, 75, 104, 119, 235 Johnson, Thomas 235 Johnson, Verda 77, 236 Johnson, Bill 140, 193 Jones, Bob 74, 101, 213 Jones, Eddie 86, 89, 101, 236 Jones, James T. 175 Jones, James W. 72, 135, 236 Jones, Janet 175 JONES, JOYCE 46, 92 Jones, Judy 236 Jones, Karen 118, 129, 213 Jones, Kathy 175 Jones, Kay 213 Jones, Pamela 129, 236 Jones, Ricky 213 Jones, Robert 236 Jones, Ronald 175 JOURNALISM 54 Jordan, Douglas 194 Joy, Deborah 213 Julien, Michael 194 JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE 83 JUNIOR DELEGATES TO THE WORLD 97 Just, Melinda 126, 175 -14- Kahn, Jody 72, 74, 79, 81, 116,159,161, 236 Kalmon, Julia 108, 169, 175 M , Jah Liz 1 4 Kalman, Stevan 8, 24, 35, 53, 68, 72, 73, 74, 78, 79, 94, 106,164, 236, 248, 253 Kerr, Carol 118, 213 Kerr, Valerie 80, 175 Kerschner, Claire 12Q92cw Kefsfhnef, Rohs 175 ty , Kerns, Bob 9, 144, 236 Kessl :tc l K c um, Bar ar 126 60,175 CLUB 10 -102 eys, Lynne 236 Kidd, r 9, 101, 194 Kidd, t 89, 101, 236 K li nn 175 Kit , Bob 106, 109, 237 K atrick, Don 175 Kgincaid, Karen 32, 72, 124, 126, 131, 237 King, Danny 112, 237 KING, IONA 50 King, Jerry 123, 237 King, Kathy 106, 108, 194 King, Kenneth 194 Kinser, David 94, 237 Kinser, Stephen 213 Kirchner, Gayle 99, 126, 194 Kitchen, Bill 101,11l, 194 Klinkevich, Nancy 126, 175 Knesek, Kathleen 114, 118, 175 Knight, D.oug 237 Knop, Barbara 126, 130, 166, 175, 181 Knop, Chris 126, 194, 201 Knott, James 237 Knox, Randy 175 Kaeppe, Loree 118, 237 Kohler, Dale R. '135, 151, 194 Kongs, Chris 175 Kongs, Karin 91,104, 118, 213 Koons, John 175 Kapplin, Randy 121 Kosted, Marsha 126, 237 Kotva, Cheri 108 Kovar, Neal 237 KOZAK, MARJORIE 43, 46, 73, 80 Krosley, Carolyn 83, 108, 175 Krosley, Ramon 59, 72, 74, 78, 79, 237, 248 KROWS, JEAN 46 Kubat, Gary 175 Kutz, Mary 68, 72, 73, 74, 79, 104, 118, 237, 248 -L- Label, Laurie 175 Lackey, Debbie 82, 104, 118, 194 Lackey, John 101, 213 Lacy, Bill 85, 194, 202 Lacy, Brian 85, 87, 237 La Faver, Diane 118, 194 Lairamore, Pat 91, 213 Laird, C. E. 28, 140, 194 Lamb, Jackie 104, 126, 185, 194 Lamb, Naomi 194 LANCERS 122, 123 Land, Gregory 175 Landers, Bill 213 Landguth, La Nell 108, 118, 194 Landguth, Mark 213 Lane, David 237 Lane, Donna 175 Lane, Marsha 35, 104, 111, 126, 134, 237 Lang, Sherry 213 Langford, Dennis 101, 237 Langley, Andy 140 Langston, Deborah 104, 126, 130, 94 LANGUAGE 56 Lankford, Becky 80, 194 Lanyon, Lisa 104, 126, 194 Lappin, Jamie 72, 79, 81, 83, 237 Larimore, Alan 175 Larimore, Don 237 Larimore, Jimmy 72, 73, 74, 78, 79, 82, 101, 135, 237, 248, 257 LASHLY, CARRIE 46, 92 Lassman, Steve 213 Latham, Barbara 194 LATHROP, MARY 50 Lawson, Dolores 194 Lawson, Steve 88, 237 Lay, Gloria 108, 175 Lay, Linda 213 Leaf, Lucie 7, 75, 104, 118, 237 Leard, Ronald 213 Ledbetter, Albert 74, 213 Lee, Alice 113, 114, 237 Lee, Daniel 237 Lee, Ronny 81, 213 Leech, Debbie 126, 130, 175 Leilett, Karen 118, 130, 175 Lemmon, George 74, 101, 149, 204, 213 Lensgral, Nan 72, 118, 237 LES CHEVALLIERS DU FRANCAS 80 Leskela, Diane 126, 194 Lessly, Carrie 126, 238 Lester, Candy 118, 194 Lowe, Linda 126, 176 Lowe, Marsha 105, 126, 238 Lowe, Susan 126, 214 Lowel l, Steven 10, 32, 135, 238 Lowensohn, Carl 81, 155, 238 Lowry, Chris 19, 28, 72, 79, 87, 99 118, 236, 238 Lowther, Phil 214 Loyd, Debi 118, 176 Luckh art, Liz 126, 176 Ludrick, Burt 4, 101, 238 Lundien, Gloria 3, 24, 27, 34, 76, 99, 105, 124, 126,131, 222, 238 Lundi en, Linda 55, 105, 126, 194 Luper, Gwen 118, 176 Luper, Max 86, 122, 123, 131, 238 Lurry, Wende 195 Lutz, David 194 Lutz, Vicky 114, 176 Luza, Phillie 82, 119, 238, 242 Luza, Tom 194 Lyles, Boyd 72, 74, 78, 79, 81, 85 100, 101, 238, 253 Lynch, Kathy 113, 176 Lyne, Cynthia 119, 176 Lynn, Everett 72, 74, 78, 113, 114 238 Lyon, Madeline 83, 106, 110, 195, 199 Lytle, Kirk 88, 135, 214 Lytle, Patricia 238 Lytle, Bill 101, 151,195 -M.. Machulis, Margaret 74, 80, 127, 214 Macka MacKi y, Elizabeth 176 llican, Sherry 238 Madden, Pamela 239 Maddox, Melissa 103, 105, 127, 239 Magbee, Todd 239 Magui re, Jana 87, 127, 176 Malnagan, Gary 66, 72, 73, 74, 78, 79, 135, 144, 239, 253 1 Lester, Sheri 126, 238 Leuszler, Dick 72, 74, 78, 85, 111, 115, 238 Leveridge, Marc 194 Lewellen, Valli 213 Lewis, Lewis Dianne 100, 118, 238 Lynda 126, 238 Lewis, Lynette 106, 118, 238 Lewis, Michael 194 Lewis, Monty 30, 101, 238 LIBRARY CLUB 93 Lievsay, Debra 118, 175 Lievsay, Sandy 72, 74, 81, 85, 104, 126, 238 Liles, Koy 175 Lindley, Bill 194 Lindsay, Gary 175 Lindsay, Jim 141, 175 Lingerfelt, Bonnie 118, 213 Lingerfelt, Gloria 108, 126, 175 Lingertelt, Howard 238 Lininger, Linda 118, 175 Lipe, Renee 176 Lippert, Barbara 126, 130, 176 Lippaldt, Linda 75, 126, 159, 214 Lisby, Betty 75, 104, 119, 214 Litteral, Jack 113 Little, Greta 118, 176 Little, Judy 92, 104, 118, 238 Little, Susan 214 Littlefield, Patti 238 Littlepage, Perry 176 Lockwood, Charles 101, 214 Logan, Richard 88, 214 Long, Becky 126, 176 Mahanay, Eugene 87, 214 Maier, Janet 74, 106, 119, 195 Main, Mark 195 Mallonee, Bill 89, 195 Mallory, David 239 Malone, Brenda 176 MALONE, J. FRANK 2 Malone, Randy 176 Mance, Mark 195 Mandabach, Connie 176 Mandabach, Kathryn 195 Manley, David 239 Mannas, Lila 72, 75, 90, 105, 119, 239 Manning, Joel 239 Manning, Mary 214 Manning, Terri 105, 127, 195 Mansell, Lisa 108, 127, 176 Manson, David 81, 214 Mapes, Dorothy 114, 115, 214 Marchman, Stephanie 30, 127, 239 Marcotte, Leonard 46, 154, 155 Marcotte, Michelene 80, 119, 195 Marcotte, Mike 157 Marden, Laura 176 Markham, Marsha 127, 130, 176 Marley, David 101, 155, 214 Marley, Don 68, 77, 101, 230, 239 Marley, Joe 195 Marquardt, Jim 123, 176 Marr, Larry 79, 86, 121, 239 Marrs, Craig 176 Marshall, Jacqueline 127, 176 Marshall, Larry 140, 195 Long, Stephen 176 Long, Susan 118, 130,, 176 Longley, Cynthia 75, 104, 114, 118, 194 Longley, Debbie 114, 126, 130, 176 Lorenz, David 238 Lorenz, Steven 109, 176 Lout, Becky 118, 214 Lout, Tom 83, 176 Lovegrove, Mike 135, 142 LOVETT, WAYNOKA 46 Loving, Deanna 118, 130, 176 Loving, Danny 81, 101, 204, 214 Lowber, Becky 176 Lowe, Dorothy 214 Martin, Clay 176 Martin, Jesse 214 Martin, Kathryn 119, 130, 176 Martin, Larry 176 Martin, Michael 214 Martin, Suzanne 31, 129, 130, 204, 214 Martin, Lynetta 90, 105, 127, 195 Martine, Jack 72, 89, 101, 239 Martinek, John 176 Martz, Carol 214 Marwood, Frank 80, 101, 185, 189, 195 Marx, Randall 176 Mason, Linda 195 Lynn 243 Mason, Suzanne 119, 214 Maslagni, Patricia 105, 239 MATH ANALYSIS CLUB 78 MATHEMATICS 58 Mathews, Mary 195 Mathews, Rose 55, 176 Mathias, Jessica 239 Mathias, Melanie 119, 195 Mathis, Jack 46 Matlock, Don 155, 195 Matthews, Victoria 176 Mauldin, John 176 Mauldin, Mary 239 McNutt, Gary 89, 101, 214 Mauldin, Sharon 195 Maupin, Rita 79, 127, 222, 239 Maurer, Craig 100, 101, 185, 195 Maxey, Glenn 195 Maxey, Ronald 240 Maxey, Wendell 176 Maxwell, Bill 240 Maxwell Cheri 119, 214 Maxwell, Jane 127, 130, 176 Maxwell Jeanne 240 Maxwell Kathy 119, 176 Maxwell Sandy 119 195 May, James M. 24, 65, 77, 240 May, James W. 155, 214 May, Patrick 214 Mayfield, Terry 113, 195 Meyers, Maynard, Vickie 176 McAlister, Brenda 177 McAmis, LaVon 96, 114, 177 McBride, Carie 74, 105, 119, 214 McBroom, Bobby 195 McCann, Connie 177 McCarty, Mike 135, 151, 153, 240, 256 McCarty, Mindy 127, 196 McCaskiII, Rex 61, 177 McClain, Kathryn 108, 177 McClung, Ricky 142, 196 McClure, Michael 28, 89, 101, 240 McCollom, Steve 114, 196 McCormick, Susan 158, 240 McCoy, Debbie 119, 196 McCoy, Ruth Ann 105, 127, 196 McCracken, Donald 177 McCracken, Kathy 113, 196 McCreary, Michael 10, 88, 101, 135, 136, 137, 139, 240 Mccubbin, Barbara 119, 130, 177 McCullough, Linda 55, 99, 127, 214 McCuIIy, Beth 91, 105, 214 McCutcheon, Jerry 214 McDonnold, Patricia 80, 91, 105, 119, 214 McDonald, Cheryl 127, 130, 166, 177 McDonald, Lynn 9, 66, 72, 74, 79, 101, 240 McDonald, Richard 240 McElroy, Mike 214 N McElroy, Stephen 177 McEver, Kathleen 73, 83, 92, 127, 106, 108, 240 McEwen, Linda 240 cFarIand, Daniel 140 cGaughy, Becky 105, 119, 196 McGee, Susan 45, 46, 90 McGinley, Mark 155, 196 cGinty, Lynn 214 cGregor, Cathy 99, 105, 127, 130, 185, 196 cGregor, Frank BB, 101, 135, 136, 241 McGuire M c 11 100 101 135, 1 6, 240 McHenry, Becky 119, 177 clntire, Merle 127, 177 Mclntyre, Joe 177 inley, Michael 151, 196 inney, David 196 McKinney, Reita 127, 196 McLarry, Deena 108, 177 McLaughlin, Becky 177 McMahon, Terry 30, 100, 101, 214 CMILLAN, HAROLD 46 cNary, Becky 119, 196 cNatl', Peggy 240 McGuire, Katie 90, 105, 119, 196 , 41 If , , . 102, 3 si-McNeill, sieve 70, las, 142, 240 cPhail, Pam 82, 106, 108, 127, 196 cPherson, Jim 150, 177 cPherson, Randy 214 cRay, Douglas 140 cWiIliams, Lynn 119, 177 eacham, Connie 127, 214 edford, Janie 119, 196 Medley, Claudia 240 Mee, Robert 196 Meegan, Susan 72, 241 Meek, Chris 65, 77, 204, 214 Meek, Leslie 127, 196 Melton, Janice 112, 241 Melton, Laura 90, 105, 119, 130, 196 Melton, Melinda 177 Mercer, Marla 60, 196 MERCER, WANDA 50 erchant, Mike 135, 214 erideth, Larry 241 eriwether, Judith 63, 80, 92, 214 Meriwether, Norma 130, 177 Merritt, Barbara 119, 177 Merritt, Jane 82, 127 Merz, Carl 141 Merz, Jack 196 inger, John 214 en C nthia 74 127 214 Mitchell, Steve 51, 132, 144, 145, 146, 147 Mize, Horace 196 Mock, Mary 215 Mondie, Jerry 113, 196 Montgomery, Cindy 90, 105, 119, 130, 197 Mgntgomery, Lisa 75, 90, 105, 127, 41 Montgomery, Randy 215 Moody, Linda 74, 87, 96, 110, 114, 115, 197 Moore, Barbara 197 Maggy, Candy 56, 92, 105, 119, 130, Neville, James 197 Newell , Stephanie 75, 91, 127 Newman, Carol 112, 114, 197 Newman, Harry 96, 113, 215 Newman, Margaret 113, 243 Newman, Micha ' .ur Newman, Su - ne 127, 1 ' NICHOLS, D 47 Nigh, Bo 81, 140,215 Nigh, Nixon Noble Noble L rry 140, 197 huck 178 Judy 28 76 98 105 X7 , Moore, James 241 MOORE, LINDA 46, 48 Moore, Marsha 127, 241 MOORE, NOLA 46, 49 Moore, Pamela 197 Moore, Peggy 215 Moore, Ray 215 Moore, Tom 102, 197 organ, Chuck 241 organ, David 81, 215 organ, Margaret 105, 127, 215 Morgen sen, Martha 119, 178 Morozuk, John 26, 102, 191, 197, 201 Morris Morris, Jane 127, 215 Shari 106, 119, 197, 199 243 I ' I I Nobles Mark 178 Noe, To 123, 243, 0 Norfleet, . ' , 75, 90, 105, 127 orri Victoria 243 rthr p, Karen 127, 197 Nova , Diane 119, 243 Nucleolls, Dwight 135, 163, 243 Null, Wayne 215 Nunn, Jack 114, 243 Nystrom, Judy 119, 178 ,0- Morris, Wayne 178 Morrow, Betty 178 Moses, Denise 127, 197 Moses, Diana 75, 242 Moslander, Lee 197 Moss, Beverly 105, 119, 215 Mote, Roy 106, 215 Mott, James 178 MOTT, LARRY 47 Moutray, Dennis 163, 242 Moxley, John 140, 197 Moy, Cindy 56, 90, 105, 119, 197 Moy, Linda 34, 68, 72, 79, 83, 90, 100, 127, 242, 246 Moyer, Vicki 119, 197 MU ALPHA THETA 74 Mullin, Loretta 242 urar, Barbara 242 urar, Edward 141, 178 Murphey, Peggy 178 N Oakes, Cheryl 243 ES, OLA MAE 41 ell, Leslie 215 O'Dell, Sylvia 127, 243 Odom, Diedra 127, 178 Oelke, Michael 243 Oelke, Ronald 58 Ogden, Cheryl 119, 197 gle, Gary 215 OGLE, LEONARD 40, 47, 46 Olandese, Garry 178 Oldham, Jayne 243 Oldham, John 178 Oliver, David 178 OOliver, Doris 178 ' Oliver, Jeri 197 Murphy Murphy urphy , Carol 119, 242 , Dennis 178 , Kathy 227, 242 urphy, Margena 105, 215 Murphy, Mikie 90, 242 hy Sidney 242 M ray,l Diana 197 Murray, Leland 140, 197 MURRY, WINNIE 47, 75 , Y 1 I Methenyi, Steve 72, 74, 88, 101, 135, 155, 241 Mettauer, David 177 Meyer, Annette 177 Meyer, Dick 113, 114, 241 Meyer, Gary 75, 241 Meyer, Diane 127, 196 Karen 87, 177 Meyers, Lean 99, 102. 196 Milburn, Joy 72, 74, 127, 241 MILBURN, TROY 41 Millar, Becky 108, 177 MILLICAN, RON 6, 41 Miller, Brad 109, 177 Miller, David 177 Miller, Fred 177 Miller, Gloria 108, 127, 177 Miller, .Ieanene 55, 73, 99, 105, 119. 204 215 Miller: J ulia119,177 Miller Karen 177 Musallam, Sam 102, 215 MUSIC 106-115 Musgrave, John 3, 35, 68, 72, 74, 78 79, 83, 102, 135, 144, 221, 242, 253 Musson, Susan 76, 99, 242 ustain, Roy 123, 178 Mustian, Brenda 113, 114, 242 Myatt, James 178 Myers, Rick 178 Myers, Susan 119, 197 Mythen, Joni 91, 99, 105, 119, 215 Mythen, Robbie 89, 140, 197 -N- Mmef, Melvin 96, 196, no MILLER, me 46 MILLER, RAMAH 46, 92 iller, Ray 55, 68, 76, 81, 121. 228' 41 Miller, Steve 57, 66, 215 Mills, Gerry 39, 102. 241 Mills, Jack 196 MILLS, MADGE 46 Mills, Nancy 241 -enllills, Rodney 74, 81, 35, 741 ilnes, David 177 ilnes, Jim 196 Mitchell, Debbie 196 Mitchell, Diane 177 Mitchell, Donna 241 Mitchell, Gary 177 Mitchell, James 177 Mitchell, Kim 121, 178 Mitchell,' Kitty 80, 127. 173 on, Doris 242 NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY 75 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 94 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 72 NATIONAL TH ESPIANS 95 Neal, Neal, eal, 1, Neel, Neely, Neely, Neill, Barry 85, 242 Cheri 127 Larry 85, 242 Shirley 242 Max 197 Belinda 108, 178 Terri 90, 92, 105, 127, 191 Carol 127, 242 Nelson, David 123, 242 Nelson, Janett 243 Nelson, Susan 215 Nelson, Nancy 197 sph, Karen ei, 92, 119, 243 Nestlerode, Jan 243 Olsgard, Robert 243 lson,,Jan 127, 197 Olson, Mary 160, 243 Olson, Bill 178 O'Neil, Philip 197 'NeiI, Tam 243 Orahood, Don 81, 96, 113, 197 Oruch, Mark 178 Osborne, Nancy 178 'Shea, Karen 197 X' 'Toole, Terry 135, 136, 162, 243 rson, Hazel 127, 197 Otterson, Sammy 178 Overbeck, Donna 105, 119, 197 OWEN, KATHLEEN 47 Owen, Margaret 127, 197 Owen, Patti 119, 178 Owen, Ronne 178 Owens, Randy 109, 178 Ownbey, Fletcher 243 OWNBEY, NORMA 50 xl ..p... ace, Janet 119, 197 Pack, Patsy 127, 197 Packham, Renee 178 PADEN, JOHN 47 Page, Richard 77, 163, 243 Page, Wayne 197 lesen, Sandy 119, 197 Pallesen, Susan 119, 243 Palmer, Michael 81, 87, 112, 114, 215 ' PALMER, RUSSELL 47 Palmer, Susan M. 179 Palmer, Susan S. 197 Pansze, John 244 pe, David 52, 179 Parham, Philip 215 arker, Beverly 127, 179 Parker, Georgette 119, 179 Parker, Joe 74, 83, 85, 215 Parker, Marilyn 179 244, ,, ips, T , Cr , P 1- net , "1U,Ket , ' ,Jaclr8 I 8 . .. 98 P a Pi 6 ' 1 Pi , Pi 0,8 y 8,179 I 6 Parker, Ricky 7 Parks, Dav' rks, 08, 1 r rcee 127, ' M'1'e 17 P6 69, iss, 159, 161, arman, Terry , R ,gl O G 0, 180 Parnell, Bill 2 Org, n -I 8 rlish, A6116 7, 197 ROY ,Gm ' 88" a r , Elaine 19, 179 Rayz Jam L. 88, 11' Jlm Tom 198 arsons, a 98 Pata , ard 245 , 61119 31, , 105, 9, 244, 246, 57 ,ohn Patterso , Brend 8 9 t s , Da rson, D 244 atterson, Gle da 198 e on, Jane 186, son, Jana 179 terson, Kathy 198 atterso icki 244 Patz thy 119, 9 Pa ris 244 e e, Claudia 244 a e, S n 98 , PAZA Ell BETH 36, 47, 131 P i 'tshen 24 P s ark 2 79 ' 7 66141616 19, 198 1' Sue 105' 911 6611, si v 4o, 215 1', BFA? peck, 179 P0l'1eI', R 8 I l ' ,Barbara , 12 215 50' ' 58511 f " E9 77,24 aro y - nn" Lam 8 I -I'7l9B Pou sen, Suz ' , '11 8, 244 nn a an -I7 ' Powell, 1 " 99, lr .16 on Je 179 Pow " ' d 10 4 in o a ann 2 ' Ji 1 o Rhodes, enni , oncy 1 I 71" 47 h es, Charles, 151, 216 P ' 6166, s16n 198 ' , 4 11 6666, P m 99 co lL 131 70 ' ' 01' 74 Ribelin, ll 46 P6161 l, 1 116 119, ' 05 12 Rice, , 10 s 191,199 P u 1 15' U1 ' Richa , St en li S, c 1 1, 136, 137 P' e' 11'C1'1"f1 177 Richm 6 , 01611: 74, sa, 216 erkins, Ji 0, 135 , 44 1' e'W"11'1' 47' 716 lzlclcs,-G N 47,121 Perki S n 72, 4 sf' 5' 9 'Ricks, P 1 1, 123, 246 P ll al, 215 e'l"C" 177 Ri 61166 199 Pe , Nanc 1 , 179 P1'fV951' 19 245 i , Hazel 199 P 66, s ' 2, 105, 1 , 244 Ce' 1511195 36' 88' 716 le, Meredith 216 Pett 66 o, s ef' M'1fe 716 P Ri les, Bill 84, 246 Phel , e 2 roctor, Sally 4 Rl les, Michael 135, 142, 143 Phelps, 1. 1 98 Pfoffef' 1' ' ' 179' Ridley, 11611 :19, 102, 135, 216 Phillips, 112, 19 me" ' 37' 1 lziebel, 13669165 a6, 246 Phi li nay 92, , 127, 198 1111 " CRY 71 Rlggcll, Jim 155, 199 Ph l ,Delbert 198 1 s, Lar 102, 215 illips, J ' 22, 32, 99 1 124, ' ' ' ancy 92 Sandra 17 ry 108 119, 198 P ney 151 195, 87 91, 12 5 n 115118 Phl M U AT 60, 61 onna Norm 2 o Pigg, J 15 Pike, S 1 1 , 30, 1 8 Pike, i 179 Pindell, 244 Pingl to ackie 108, 128, 9 P x ren 105. 128, 244 Steve 179 . P1 ln, Phy ' 5 Pit n, 244 Pitt 1 , 107, 216 P OR INE 47 PlTTS, MIL'DRED 47 Pitzer, Al 135, 139, 244 PLATT, JOHN 47. 106 Plater, Fred 78, 79, 81, 89, 102, 244 Plumbtree, Mark 179 Plumbtree, Steve 135, 198 Poog, Floyd 198 Poclr, David 140, 198 Polk, Douglas 135, 136, 216 Pollock, Ken 106, 216 Pollock, Rita 244 Ponder, Pat 198 Pane, Mike 198 Pontious, Vickie 128, 198 Pope, Ross 140, 198 Porch, Jim 216 PORTA, CAROL 37, 47, 75 Porter, Linda 14, 27, 54, 99, 128, 130, 198 266 kett, James P ett, Bob 198 P ey, Janet 9 1 fullia ' , 9 Pursle hard 198 Puttro anet 45 1217? QUILL AND SCROLL 76 Quindt, Beverly 216 Quine, David 74 Quinn, Mary 128 Quinn, Susan 128, 216 -R- 1 RADIO CLUB B4 Ragsdale, Donna 198 Rcgsdale, Jo Ann 81, 83, 87, 216 Rahe, Paul 72, 73, 74, 78, 79, 83, 102, 245, 248 Rahill, Randy 102, 216 Rahill, Steve 102, 216 Rainbolt, Linda 179 Rambo, Ben 179 Ramee, Cheryl 120, 179 Ramirez, Rita 198 Ramsey, Gloria 198 Randall, Dick 151, 166, 179, 198 Randall, Teresa 179 Randel, Janice 17B Randel, Randye 179 Rasmussen, Doug 142, 179 lS:54,l4t,J"t717:v berht Riggal, Mike 157 Riley, Georgeann 82, 105 Ringwald, Judith 128, 13 0 Risner, Robinson 15, Ritter, Gary 140, 1 tter, Ger 14 , 1 9 Roac , e 246 oacl: Etric 216 Roberso onald 85, 246 oberts, David 199 Linda 180 obertson, Avy 180 Robertson, Beth 120, 130, 180 Robertson, Debbie 180 Robertson, Randy 180 Robinson, James 85, 246 Robinson, John 180 Robinson, Kristine 77, 246 Robinson, Larry C. 199 Robinson, Larry J. 180 Robinson, Lynn 216 Robinson, Margie 128, 180 Robinson, Randy 246 Robinson, Steve 102, 199 Robinson, Sue 246 Robinson, Vicki 180 Robison, Roblyer, 216 Rogers, Rogers, Rogers, Rogers, Rogers, Rogers, Rogers, Rollins, Rollins, Romasz, Romero, Kathey 128, 207 Cara 83, 91, 99, 105, 128, Judy 120, 217 Kennita 114, 120, 180 Pam 108, 199 Paula 199 Brent 199 Mike 66, 144, 149, 217 Tommy 216 Gary 200 Ralph 217 George 246 Teresa 82, 108, 200 Roos, Robert 246 Rose, Jim 180 Rose, David 135, 142, 143, 246 Rose, Talesa 91, 128, 130, 217 Rosenberg, Pamela 180 Rosenberg, Paul 136, 140, 141, 200 .15, oss, Gordon 121, 217 Ross, ohn 86, 247 oss, e nnie 108, 200 , arbara 93, UND TABLE 98 ountree, K 8, 180 Russ, Runyan Rusche I Saied, 120, 1 Soi , bra 14, 8 , 128, 105, DIZIER, ODN 48, 74, 78, 84 t. Georg net 92, 218 St. Ge hil '200 David 218 oh June 247 alathi Denzel' 80, 82, 180 Salathiel, Merlynn 80, 82, 92, 105, 108, 124, 247 Salda, Jimmy 72, 247 Salda, Mike 180 Salyer, Christopher 180 X Samara, Don 20, 141, 180 Sanders, Patricia 113, 4 . ' Sandgarten, Alan 2 7 Sarinslre, Dian 1 17 Sarkey, Stev 7 78, 79, 81, 84, 85, 247 S nders, n 200 a e, i 180 e, Ro d 180 age, Steven 58, 74, 81, 217 Saxon, Charles 82, 123, 247 Sayler, Karen 120, 200 Schantz, James 19, 106, 135, 136, 137, 138, 247 Scheir man, David 180 Schell, Linda 91, 120, 217 Schell, Michael 200 Schier, Dale 217 Schier Donna 128, 170, 180 Schilb, Carolyn 128, 200 Schmidt, Chris 120, 130, 1B0 Schmidt, Eric 217 Schmitz, Alan 217 Schmitz, Jean 180 Schneider, Ann 128, 130, 180 Schneider, Bob 151 Schnetzler, Marty 19. 99, 135, 142, 143 , 151, 200, 258 Schroeder, Sid 155, 200 Schuetz, Sandra 112, 247 Schultz, Beverly 200 Schultz, Larry 180 SCIENCE 59 SClENCE CLUB 85 Scoggin, Kathy 105, 128, 200 SCOTT, 8lLL 47, 49, 123, 131 Scott, Scott, Scott, Bruce 150, 180 Candy 180 Catherine 247 Scott, Marion 180 Scott, Scott, Scott, Stanley 74, 217 Steven 200 Tom 100, 102, 162, 247 SCOTT, VIOLA 50 Scavill, Jerry 217 Scovlll, Mark 72, 74, 79, 85, 247 SCUDDER, FLORENCE 50 Seaman, Gail 92, 217 Seaman, Diane 114 Sears, Seay, Diana 120, 181 Donnie 217 SECRETARIES 50 See, Carson, 86, 247 Seikel, Jana 247 Self, Lynn 90, 120, 200 Shoffe Shaw, Shaw, r, Larry 247 Betty 217 Bonnie 247 orntan Katy -1 A 74 78 ,Z jj anew, Jane 128, 101 0 j hiI, 0 1 51011111 Bobby 1-121 201 shew, Ji1n 217 j 1 s111i , Ric 1 96, 210 Stolfa, Mike 150, 102 111111-1, John 09, 247 lj - Sm ,11je11e11. 9 - 1 Stone Becky 250 shew, 14enne111 05, 101 f 111. og 1 116 5191101 C0191 218 Shedeck, Bart 200 511111 1 5 V 141 f ML, 190915019 218 Sheehan, Katie 74, 105, 111, 128,JJj ,Smit , h n,200 Stigke Rkuson gg5,1g2125Qq 204,217 ITll1l'l,A 1 , ,200 ' UQ 111, annie 1 1 Sheets, Janet 181 J 5Smith, p en 218 O! L jul! 'Story P mela 92, 250 s11e11Jen, 0111111 105, 128 s 11 , sys nlllg , 4 si , 1 10 00, I8 Shelden, Mike 58, 99, 6 , 247 I mlth, Sy 18 ' 1 jj ts, 0, sneiine, Steve 200 Smi', T ie 90? 1 11, U sions 120, s11e111nnn, Janice 92, 217 1 , , Q, ren, e111e 1 Sheltman, Karen 181 mock, ami 5, 77 jr, I If 10111 1 241 621 771 259 lltltmdfl, Ronnie 101 pw 12 760181 1 11111111 GFY 82, 105, 201 helton, William 142 , , Bob 7 , '102, 8 -Strau , Paul 82, 182 11111111111, c111111 135, 140, 2 , 1.1de1, 1 WW, 1 , I ,f 11 1, ce1e1 102 HEPARD, GLADYS 47 Snid 2 I treet, Joseph 89, 102, 250 Shepherd, Gail 64, 120, 217 X G 0 7 91, 1 0 Streeter, Diana 218 Sheppard, Michael 72, 79, 8I,. 1 L now, Be 7 , 05, 12 , 0 ' Strickland, Dolores 201' 247 248 1 now L17 Srickland Lin 85 120, sneppmd v1e11-11111 87 105 2 7 r Sherman Kent 200 O, an Te 128 SHIELD STAFF 99 Shirk, Robert 247 Shirley, Kathy 128, 217 Shirley, Stephanie 77, 248 Shriver, Deborah 108, 181 Shrode, John 181 Shumaker, Vicki 120 A991 Sn e Gretche , ! oar , oger ILE, sjuoies -5 Joe 200 o or Su 81 1 1 1 1 , ' 120, 201 tuart, D , , , 250 Stuart, Janet 128, 201 Stuart, Scott 182 1 l - , , I 1 79 1 1 1 1 1 n ,I A dy I 250 1 f f ,fl e1, 11 ,101 . ', ' 1 df 2 Sherman, Randall 77, 89, 247 ' 1 sny B I Dia 99 105 6528, I8 25231 761 103, 105, I 8 12 C St Gail 250 u 6 11 1 s rt cm? dl02 113 114 123 Sibechi, Dusy 8, 23, 70, 128, 236, 248 Siegel, Steve 102, 217 Sills, Michael 102, 248 C ' - ' ' So er, , 104, 105, I2 249 Zocb M W S der er, Hal 21, 135, 13 uth, John 178, 181 Southard, Chris 249 Southard, Peggy 120, 218 STUDENT COUNCIL 68-70 Sturgill, Norma 201 Styles, Virginia 218 Styron, Carol 218 5llVBY1 Genla 217 Southard, Regina 128, 182 Suchy, Jennifer 18 Simmons, Gail 90, 105, 130, 200 Spceml Anim 4, 20, 31' 34, 120' Suggs, John 18 ' s1n1n1en1, Je.-in Anne 07, 240 129, 150, 134, 249 su gs, sue 11 05, 120, 0. 85 si1n1nens, Jo Ann 07, 240 51111111151-1 cLu0 82 I s1n11n1, c1019 ao, 79, 06, 102,248 sPANN, LUCILLE 48 5 'va C f 6 1061 9 s11nen1en, BUTDCITG 74, 1015, 120, 217 sp111111, Les 135, 218 S 'V 21 siniensen, Dave 141, 101 Spaulding, Plill 135, 144 S l i 2117 1201 212 s11nen111n, 1111111 Ann 200 spe111, Reee1 24, 75, 1011, 218 S Chew' 12 1 20 Slm0nSOl'1, re1n 135, 248 sr CH 52 Svfwkf S 9 13 Simpson, Glenda 100, 181 sr eo, KATHLEEN 48 5011911 M' 11 1 51 144 ' Simpson, Janice 217 SIMPSON, W. DENNIS 48, 88, 90, pence, Dana 249 91 s Sims, Bruce 248 Sims, Bucky 181 Singerman, Chris 82, 128, 20 Singleton, Ja Anne 128, 130, I Singleton, Peggie 91, 105, 1 8, 21 Sinks, Donald 248 QSisson, Bob 102, 217 Skaggs, Duke 181 Skaggs, Paul 200 Skeen, Lynnie 217 Skvorc, Mary 200 Slack, Kerry 9, 105, 120, 222, 246, 248 Slade, Becky 120, 101 Slater, David 93, 200 Slater, Jim 74, 217 Slater, Lynda 106, 128, 148 Slinkard, Roger 200 Smart, Carol 108, 128, 200 SMELSER, CARROLL 4B Smelser, John 79, 80, 245, 24 St Ja s Smelser, Marcia 80, 87, 120, 200 Smiley, Mike 181 Smith, Anne 181 Smith, Annis 181 Smith, Brenda 74, 80, 113, 114, 217 Smith, Bronna 217 Smith, Bruce C. 181 Smith, Charles 74, 102, 217 Smith, Clark 200 Smith, Cynthia 218 Smith, David E. 181 Smith, David R. 102, 218 Smith, Debbie 248 Smith, Deborah 218 Smith, Doug 181 Smith, Frances 158, 159, 161, 248 Smith, Smith Frederick 218 Gwen 200 s1n1111f Jeek 218 Smith, James C. 248 SMITH, JANE 50 Smith, Jo Ann 218 Smith, Kip 77, 248 Smith, Larry 248 Smith, Lenda 218 Smith, Linda J. 80, 181 Smith, Linda S. 181 SMITH, MARCIA 48 Smith, Marsha D. '181 Smith, Marsha L. 248 Smith, Paul 218 Spence, Bruce ll3, 182 encer, Mari 2 0 elberger, Bill , 9 l pelberger, all 1 encer, Marily 108, 2 V tler, Andy Sp adlin, Bill 182 S owso Michael 77, 249 St s heryl 249 I , C istina 24 1 I Stac Mi ael 21 Stacy, Jo 1 , Stacy, Ma , 128, 200 Stacy, 05, 218 Staffo , N ncy '182 Staley Bill 201 Staley, Deede 7 , 21 . yt N1 Staley, Ja 1 2 Stande r, ia 120, 1 t se R 201 1 t se , rnon 249 R r , 210 l 1 N app, o t 1 3 Starke, Cynt ' Starr, Car n 92 ieien, 14111 n 91 128, 210 X! , S ele ea ,Sally 57, 05,111,218 182 , 105, 128, 249 le, Tom 218 Ste , Bobbi 1201 Steinbeck, Stephen 250 I Stemm, Sherry 76, 99, 105, 128, 218 Steph, Nancy 80, 90, 105, 128, 130, 201. Stephens, Jenyne 201 Stephens, Mark 121, 150, 182 Stephens, Robin 128, 130, 174, 182 Stephens, Sally 182 Stephens, Sharlin 74, 105, 218 Stephens, Susan 182 Stephenson, Cynthia 128, 250 Stephenson, Gary 250 Stephenson, Phillip 87, 250 Steves, Gary 218 Steves, Karen 82, 108, 201 Stewart, Chris 72, 74, 78,' 85, 250 Stewart, Jim 182 Stewart, Patricia 105, 218 Stewart, Prissy 182 STEWART, THELMA 50 Stewart, Thomas 106, 218 Stiles, Larry 201 Stinson, Teresa 201 Stiver, Linda 74 Suttm r 3 B7 S ttm on' 83 182 a' a ' 8 Swan - ' 1 wo - -1 ,14 148, 219 , a8, 128 1 I 1 S 1, v1d8, 1 1 1zene11106 2 ' 1 - , r1 n 5 , ch 182 s -1 11 11, ,14, , -- s 0,201 wa 5 1 :- ary 18 - . -' ru er Jim I war endru 'r, Joh Swickey 1 ad 182 Swihar Steven 87, l ' len 88, 100 102, 14 9 1- a arry 74, 21 1 ter, Lynda 201 HONY H1-Norcs Sz ranski, Mark , l T- I Tabor, Cydn L-,A 5' Tabor, Sharon 08 Talbot, Timothy 1 h 'I Tannehill, Fran 2 1 Tapscott, Thom , 2 Tate, Lind 6, 7 , '1 105, 20,1 - 219 ' Tate, Shar n 219 Tate, Suzan e 1 , 158, 251 Taylor, Bill , 51 Taylor, Connie 120, 182 4 TAYLOR, DORIS K. 50 TAYLOR, DORIS N. 49, 55 Taylor, John 88, 102, 142, 219 Taylor, Patsy 128, 201 Taylor, Sharon 219 Taylor, Suzanne 251 Taylor, Wrenette 108, 219 Teague, Eric 135, 155, 251 TEETS, GEORGIA 49 Temple, Van 74,102, 219 Tennis, Barry 177, 182 Terrell, John 182 Terry, Stephen 182 Terry, Vicki 251 Tester, Bob 121, 131, 251 Teter, Steve 219 Thaler, Marilyn 219 Thaten, Larry 202 Thaten, Ronald 251 Thomas, Deborah 128, 182 Thomas, Jeanne 202 Thomas, Jeff 182 Thomas, Jerry 251 Thomas, Jim 102, 219 Thomas, Mauna Kea 108, 182 THOMAS, MELINDA 49 Thomas, Melissa 112, 219 Thomas, Michael C. 219 Thomas, Michael P. 251 Thomas, Nancy 219 Thomas, Priscilla 128, 219 Thomas, Becky 105, 128, 202 Thomas, Sherry 108, 182 Thomas, Shirley 202 Thomas, Susan 75, 251 Thomason, Janie 182 Thompson, Diane 10 1 , 9 Thompson, Donna Thompson, Gene Thompson, J , 6, 77, 90, 99 251 'U1ompson, J 9, 90, 251 Thompso , o TH O T omspon ompson Thomspon Thom n o o I n ' r Janic 202 u ia N MARGARE Rober 182 Todd 1 Tra ebora 183 ris Celeste 20 e ra 83 8 0 ' 4 IE 1- rton Vicki 2 1 1 er Beth 10 urmgg,.Reggie 106 Ufmdn CI T10 h tt Tid Im Don 89 151 20 Tid , Debbie 202 Th ,J1 19 PS , 49 l 1 41 T 1 f I r1 I 183 T n,Db , 1,103 05,1 0,15 1 251' ' ' l rn 11 y 'n Q ,J1 49, 1 1 ,E , 1,11 ,2 h , n 1 ll w , 6 11 , ,2 Ti ert, Kaye 80, 120, 220 Tigert, Scott 183 1, Tillinghast, Nancy 91, 220 Tillinghast, Richard 251 Tillman, Dan 220 Tinsley, Anita 120, 183 Tinsley, Brenda 220 .Tippin, Jon 86, 220 Toathy, Loretta 202 Todd, Debbie 108, 220 Tolley, Cecilia 130, 183 Tolley, Linda 202 Tomberlin, Jack 183 Tonelis, Vicki 120, 202 Totty, Michael 183 Towe, Charles 183 Townsend, Debra 202 Townsend, John 183 Vanscoy, Sondra 220 Townsend, Ldnfd 74, az, a7, 92, 97, V"""il'f Miflm' 220 120, 220 Treaitis, Lorena 183 TREAT, JACK 49 Varnell, Rick 6, 31, 220 Varner, Judy 105, 120, 251 Vassilopoulas, -0 ' ia e K X Vaug n,Jeffl2 it in 4 Warner, Eric 86, 220 WARRAM, RUTH 50 h, ' Warren, Edwin 74, 102, 220 Warren, Rebecca 108, 220 Warren, Thomas 84, L84 Washburn, Marilyn 105, 252 Waterman, Randy 89, 102, 252 Watkins, Milton 80, 81, 113, 252 Watkins, Steve 74, 81, 96, 112, 202 " ' Watson, Edward 252 . Watson, Gary 184 ' Watson, Linda 87, 202i Waugh, Suzanne 184 Way, Mike 220 Wear, Dazvicl 202 Weatherly, Brenda 252 Weatherly, Marshall 184 Weaver, Sherry 105, 202 Weiss, Wells, Wells, Welch, William 252 Laura 202 TOM 50 Sandra 252 Webb, Webb, WEBB, Webb, Weber, Pam 203 Webster, Susan 75, 105, 128, 252 Webster, Les 203 WEDDlNG, MARY 50 WEDGWORTH, WILLIAM 50, 61 Weeks, Jeffrey 184 5 Weeks, Michael 89, 102, 142, 220 WEINERT, DUANE 41, 222 Tom 96, 203 Anita 203 Chuck 141, 184 Robert 80, 106, 109, 252 Wernick, Martin 184 West, West, West, West, West, WEST, H BETH 50, 92 David 184 Deborah 184 Janice 120, 203 Laurie 128, 220 Leonard 11, 102, 136, 137, Williamson, Deborah 108, 184 Williamsoh, Joyce' 120,' 221 ' Williamson, Larry 203 WlLLlAMSON, MAURINE 50 Williamsbn, Michael 203 Williamson, Sara 221 WILLINGHAM, HELEN 50, 131 Willoughby, Teri 120, 254 Willson, Kenny 155, 203 Willson,'Terry so, 35, 89, 221 w11,nE1h,-,steve 112, 151, 152, 221 Wilsey, s1dn1ey'i19, 135, 221 Wilson, Carol 128, 221 Wilson, Cheryl 128, 203 Wilson Gail 254 1. Wilson, Gary 254 Wilson, George -135, 203 Wilson, Jacls 254 Wilson, Jan 184, 203 Wilson, Janet 184 Wilson, Lori 120, 184 Wilson, Marcia 105, 128 Wilson, Marsha 14, 32, 63, 103, 105 120, 128, 131, 246, 254 Wilson, Mary 184 Wilson, Patricia 130, 184 Wilson, Richard 74, 102, 219, 221 Wilson, Randy 254 Wilson, Sandy 254 Wilson, Steve 10, 89, 135, 144, 145, 146, 254 Wilson, Susan 254 Windham, Linda 203 Winslow, Bonnie 108, 184 Winston, Brent 83, 141, 184 WIRTH, MARIAN 50 Wise, Philip 221 Witt, Greg 221 Witten, Witten, Wolfe, Audrey 221 Richard 254 Janis 106, 108, 120, 203 Wolff, Sylvia 128, 203 Wolff, Tommy 74, 102, 135, 144, 221 139 252 Trent, Joel 112, 202 ' f Woltley, Jean 128, 2 TRI,H1,y 90' 91 Vaugha Joh ' 7, wE5TERf IBElSNlCE 41 Woma , Z Trimble, Bill 75, 220 V9-is n- View -G -8. 1 X eS""0'e an 1 CW 2 ,442 . W3 1 4, f ff .handle Sylvia 202 aug I ,.L, 9 91 Westmoreland, Les 61, Wonyc t, aren 150, Tripp Claudia 220 -'51, , -is Je - o Wefwis 1 LOW 106, 253 Wag' g"""'Z 254 MP1 Um 202 Vw 1' -' 8 3' 5' 120' 1 0' 02 W EY' W l5l, ' 8 ,aff Tratl, Don 220 .5 ls 52 ' . 0 ii 5 Z '5 Tron Mary 183 tc , Jerry , 20 Wheeler, larne 75, 221 Wood, Paul 106, 221 TRUAX, MARTHA 40, 49 f- ' ,, 'S 1 A " 'W' 75' 255 Wood' R0'P" 221 Tnintnrer, Buddy 135, 142, 143, 251 ' 911 ers ' - 22 h I and A wad fgyllfs 8 ' f Tvbb, Patty 91, 120, 220 1 Ne nn, .1 183 ' ylhzglgi seep , , 7 Wzgdwmdl 5iChoff?':iC1?36' Z Tucker, aneky ss, 102, 135, 163, 2 lf YV 28, 35220 54 T l,Pt" 128,183 so eil' 5" "' 5 1 lt, a , Va T:f,,, 5:53220 TUNG L , ETTA 49, 7 nite, oengef 3 gtffqag' f , 1 -'4 ? 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J,:',,:,,p3gw,-,mgezy iggmffnsfmvigsefie-Lg45521i:L',,:s1,,1:-:if W 62522:zfsizgwilffksfigik.lam vf'f-'A3wEfv'Y'f.f 'Hf5ii5g3g55fSzEA1gfRi2,--2,353-25555lga,g?:Vwil'-ifg, Q1ffiQflE?555S3i:l1ig3i2?EiY55s?Gifilf 'ff 2 ' 5?'iT1z:A1s5 , ' i gWif?'i,2i'.1L,i,f V, ,, 2- 1: ' ' " " 'li' L,- CONGRATULATIONS are offered top students in the '67 class, Steve Kalmon and Pat Reiff, by Principal Jim Johnson. Mr. Johnson presented the Classen Medals of Honor to the couple. Classen Medals of Honor . . . Steve Kalmon, Patricia Re-iff The Classen Awards Anton H. Classen Awards ........ Johnnie Hatchett, James Larimore, Boyd Lyles, John Musgrave Ella D. Classen Award .... Sally Brown, Sharon Eagin, Judy Edmondson, Mary Kutz The Advertiser Journalism Award ........ Judy Noble Oklahoma Journal Journalism Award ...... Terry Clark B. C. Clark Athletic Award .............. John Reeves Career Award for Oklahoma Association for Mental Health .......... .......... L inda White West Side Lions Club Award .......... Rita Maupin Oklahoma Society of Professional y Engineers Auxiliary ............ Christopher Stewart Symphony Hi Notes Award ........ Johnnie Hatchett Girls State ............ Betsy Alaupovic, Mary Daiker, Susan K. Jackson Boys State .............. Steve S. Miller, John Stacy, Ed Warren Exchange Club Boy of the Month ...... John Musgrave Junior Rotarians .......... Rob Elder, Terry Farmer, Steve Kalmon, Boyd Lyles, Gary Mahagan, John Musgrave American Legion Awards . . Eric Hindman, Susan Johnson Danforth Foundation Awards ........ Joe Blackburn, Linda Strickland 274 Mm Top Seniors Dignify AWARDS presented April 25 in the first of the two annual awards assemblies were contributed by civic groups, individuals, and foundations in recog- nition of achievement in specific fields. Scholastic excellence is stimulated by these pres- entations, closely guarded secrets until announcecl in one of the traditional awards assemblies each spring. Classen Awards perpetuate the memory of Anton and Ella D. Classen, Oklahoma City '89'ers and-early civic leaders. When established, Mr. Classen stipulated that the awards would be given for "outstanding promise of worthy contribution to the progress of the world by reason of strength of character, record of scholar- ship, activities of leadership, and all-around achieve- ment." Because of the continued rise in enrollment at Northwest Classen, the number of Classen awards was increased from six to eight last year. Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen ................ History Award ............ Guthrie Scottish Rite Award .... Sons of the American Revolution . . Phi Beta Kappa Alumni Award .... National Merit Semi-Finalists ..... Gloria Lundien Richard Meyer Ronald Swain Paul Rahe Gary Mahagan Sharon Copley, Kay Jarchow, Steve Kalmon, Ramon Krosley, Mary Kutz, Kim Larimore, Paul Rahe, Pat Reiff, Mike Sheppard, Nancy Whitehead Art Renaissance Award ................ Diana Moses Commercial Art Award .' ............. Teresa Cornish American Society of Women Accountants Award ...... . . Marsha Gardner Gaylord Philanthropic French Award ..... .... M ary Kutz Gaylord Philanthropic Spanish Award .... . .. Susan Johnson Larsen Music Award ...... Alice Lee Music Service Award . . ..... Dick Leuszler String Award .................... Johnnie Hatchett Jenkins Music Company Vocal Music Service Award ......... ......... J amie Hendricks Mary Martineau Memorial Speech Award . . Monty Lewis Mary Martineau Memorial Service Award ......... David St. John This Year's School Motto - Challenge to Greatnes' C. E. "Pop" Grady Debate Team Award . . Steve Kalmon, John Smelser V. F. W. Voice of Democracy Oratory Contest Award ..... ........ G ary Fair The Sears Scholarship Award ...... Merlynn Salathiel Bausch and Lomb Science Award .......... Mary Kutz Gaylord Philanthropic Chemistry and Mathematics Award .............. Johnnie Hatchett Gaylord Philanthropic Physics and Mathematics Award ........... .. David Lorenz Engineering Club Stueve Award ........ Joe Blackburn Capitol Hill Business and Professional Women's Club Girl of the.Month Award .......... Gloria Lundien West Side Business and Professional Women's Club Girl of the Month .................. Patricia Reift The Founding Faculty at Northwest established ten awards to be known as The Faculty Awards to represent appreciation of student service, scholarship, leadership, and achievement. Departmental awards are given in recognition of ex- cellence and achievement in specialized skills and sub- iects. These -awards were presented in the second awards assembly May 2. THE FACULTY AWARDS Steve Charleston Ramon Krosley Linda Howard Rob Elder Gloria Anderson Gloria Lundien Terry Farmer Sarah Harkins Linda Moy James Grasley JOURNALISM Journalism Achievement and Service Awards .......... ...... N ancy Arens Sandy Bacon, Jerry Geurin, Chris Lowry LANGUAGES French .............. Sharon Eagin, Sarah Harkins German .... Darrell Brown, Dale Ginn, Steve Kalmon, Jimmy Salda Spanish . . . . . Susan Johnson, Gary Mahagan Latin .... . . Judy Edmondson, Jim Larimore Paul Rahe, Pat Reiff, Katy Thornton MATHEMATICS AWARDS Department Awards .... Joe Blackburn, Sharon Eagin, Phyllis Hoover, Kay Jarchow, Steve Kalmon, Ramon Krosley, Mary Kutz, Jimmy Larimore, Lynda Lewis, Gary Mahagan, Paul Rahe, Pat Reiff GO, KNIGHTS, GO! Linda Moy displays the spirit which netted her Court Jesters' Spirit Award. ,ak Awards Two Assemblies Spotlight Award Winners National Math DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Contest Winner fSchoolJ Ramon Krosley SCIENCE AWARDS Department Awards ........ Joe Blackburn, Johnnie Hatchett, Ramon Krosley, Mary Kutz, Jimmy Salda, SOCIAL STUDIES Chris Stewart Department Awards ........ Sally Brown, Gary Fair, Susan Johnson, Nan Lensgraf, Gloria Lundien, Lynn McDonald, Catherine Ann Pate, Nancy Whitehead, Richard Woodward, Terrence Wright SPEECH Announcers' Service Award Best Announcer ......... Best Actor ...... Best Actress .... Best Thespian . . . N. F. L. Award .. . Forensic Award . . . MUSIC Outstanding Girl Vocalist .... Outstanding Boy Vocalist .. Vocal Music Award ........ Departmental Service Award F. T. A. Honor Award .... P.T.S.A. Teaching Scholarship Award ..... American Field Service .. John Smelser ...... Steve Kalmon Randy Fitzpatrick Stevie Marchman .. Sharon Eagin . . Steve Kalmon Steve Charleston .... Kris Reid . .. Rob Elder Janis Hester Bob Kilman Merlynn Salathiel Merlynn Salathiel Recognition ........ Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Berthelot ART Architectural Drawing Awards ........ Eddie Jones Larry Marr, Ronald Swain Art Department Award ............ Teresa Cornish BOYS' SPORTS AWARDS Bob Ramsey Memorial Track Award ........ Lloyd Tucker, Ken Vrooman COURT JESTERS Spirit Award . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION .. . Linda Moy Business Education Awards ............ Sue Bullard, Debbie Combs, Kerry Cottrell, Paul Duncan, Carole Emberton, Debbie Hunt, Sally Proctor, Randy Robin- son, Gary Stephenson, Gail Wilson, Marsha Wilson, Teri Willoughby Distributive Education Leadership Award . . Don Marley ENGLISH AWARDS Departmental Award for Outstanding English Student .................... Mary Kutz Oklahoma City English Council Award tor Excellence in Creative Writing . . Dianna Burrows HOMEMAKING AWARDS Maior Homemaking Award .......... Yvonne Vick Outstanding Homemaking Students . . Gloria Anderson Debra Farmer, Judy Little, Cynthia Starke Betty Crocker Q Homemaker of Tomorrow . .. . . . Sharon Copley WINNER of a national table-setting contest, Kathy Murphy arranges the luncheon setting sketched in her interior design class which merited her first place honors. Kathy's prize included 52,000 worth of china, crystal, and silver. , We .,,. .iii I X.. J' if sw - ri 'll ik- -4' A THRILL a minute is guaranteed Tom Bates, dogpatched by Ann Jacks forthe Tuesday night amusement park events. Spring Activities Colorful Events Mark End of School Year EVERY GROUP was keyed to the final round of activities: club and class picnics, awards and scholar- ship announcements, Student Council elections, honor group initiations, and athletic achievements. Dog Patch, annual turn-about-week, highlighted April as girls benefited American Field Service funds by "tagging boys" for the week's events. Cryslurs reached, perhaps, the pinnacle of their history of success by taking top honors at the Corpus Christi music festival April 26-29. Only select choruses throughout the nation were invited to participate. The class of '68 featured the "Sweetheart Tree", taken from a popular song, for prom decorations. Another center of attraction was the gazebo, con- structed by iuniors, forthe band. Other spring events included the acceptance of Cindy Metheny by AFS for a summer in Ecuador, an end-of-school band trip to Galveston, Spanish Club's spring break trip to Mexico, and publication of the second volume of Questings, Northwest's literary-art magazine. . J. ,M-Q lSN'T it beautiful? Jeanene Miller ioins her iunior classmates in celebrating the arrival of class rings. A TOUR of the Oklahoma Publishing Company precedes a dinner honoring area school iournalists: Cherie Norvelle CPutnam Citylf Chris Lowry, Leon -Meyers, Anne Funderburk, Judy Noble, and Linda Tate. ig., ,BIWQE1 :gf ' if -2:52 is 335, .Q Y Q -N 9 "i I BIDS of Becky Stone and Mike Sills are checked by Coaches Charles Carpenter and Tom Erwin. V if r X Q, 4, 1 -ES' Q 3 if W 124 ,, rx! V . s 'A 5 mmf Q g fr- ra .T ' Ii' Q Q ,X S . 1 . , CONSTRUCTION GANG at work-Jeanene Miller, Peggie Singleton, and Chris Meek create a gazebo for the band. E w P l I 1 I E 3 . smmwzsmwwswmaaqwvmmfwmrxmzfyff-, Qm11-wwfaammim-f..,x ---- , -.1v vg'v:b -1'f-1.-N,-,,.xM E , .2 K in I BANISHING a player to the showers is Mrs. Janie Creekmore, CHEERS for the lady faculty team are led by Kent Carnahan and Frank referee ofthe faculty volleyball game. McGregor. Game proceeds helped finance cheerleaders' summer clinic. Seniors Keep Pace with Honored Traditions AN IMPORTANT tradition in Knightland, the passing of the sword by the senior class president to the '68 class president, is perpetuated by Frank McGregor, who accepts the symbol of leadership from Terry Farmer. FINAL STEP in school careers is taken by Debbie Allen, Judy Allen, Gayle Anderson. gf, , , Commencemenf eniors Savor jf,,5ig,..,Q,,..,...n"'r',if:f-nlA i V ,Q-ayuglylywv X .. , "'3ll3!l'l'f!ll"'l5 f Y 1 'LV' 'l ' ' "' ' 541415: 'rl I lolxwsirlwlxxzlnlxlxlnlslx xlvlilfneiiw' 2 'lb .,'.4.,,.-mm.y,gq ,,,.,,g,,,.,,,,gggq1g19,,..,,!,al ,N!'l,!,t.,g1,,5,,'. ,,,"'lTu'9""gm,,,--n ftfz 2"lit''losllillnlmlllxI1lllnlnlxlrxlllhi:--:,'.aT!,l!lllxl,!!l!l!l511255 a 1 iX'ff.l.'q'1'rl 'Ill' J' N'-mx M-------:ff-'li---if, W 2-.fu in f .fy i'L"'.-x 'f Y ' 3'vfp'T-XA?'5wW-M5R'i'fEi:i1.,.52.Xfi3,ii1in.rlxxv:llslsllur1l'V" """"'i'!""9fHk W 'llizg CRYSLURS, pride of Knighfland, provide music for commencement. I SENIORS listen attentively as instruc- tions are given for commencement practice by Mr. Duane Weinert. Last Minutes, Close on Notes of Sentiment THE CLOCK at Taft Stadium struck 7 p.m. as seniors adiusted their mortarboards, checked their tassels, and smoothed their gowns one last time before their final processional. Seniors took pride in new policies established by their class. Lightweight robes were substituted for the former gray wool gowns. For the first time com- mencement speakers were chosen from the gradu- ating class. The senior sermon was moved from the school auditorium to air-conditioned St. Luke's Metho- dist Church. Father Paul B. Kendall, Rector of the Episcopal Church of The Resurrection, delivered such a stir- ring message that class members requested, prac- tically en masse, copies of his sermon. Talents, tunes, and showmanship were combined for the Senior Assembly May 19. An Oriental motif was featured at the Senior Breakfast May 25. Enter- tainment spotlighted highlights of fobr years at North- west. Class members were proud when announcement was made that four of the seven City National Merit Scholars were from Northwest. ln their Commencement addresses, Jack Martine and Steve Kalmon stressed self-satisfaction as an im- portant goal in life. Steve pointed out that high school was a unique time in life in that "people" are the main part of this period. The presentation of the class by Principal Jim Johnson, awarding of diplomas, and the final singing of the Alma Mater were a fitting close to the cere- monies. Mr. Foster Estes represented the Board of Education as he assisted with diploma distribution. VARSITY BASEBALL-FRONT ROW: L. Sparks, mgr.: B. Cheatham, P. Kellert, D. Daniel, C. Simms, J. Cheatham. TOP ROW: Coach Clay Davis, Hudson, T. Clark, B. Fairchild, mgr. ROW 2: J. Held, S. Wheeler, F. M. Grimes, J. Waggoner, J. Ryan, D. Bryant, C. Shepard, M. Keim, C. Laird. Baseball J . PHIL HUDSON hustles back to first on an attempted pick-off play the Knights' 3-2 victory over Midwest City. Close Finishes Mark Rebuilding Program PLAYING the role of the spoiler in the second half of the year, Coach Clay Davis' baseballers finished the year with a lO-lO overall record and split even in sixteen Mid-State Conference games. The Knights were led by the hitting of senior left fielder Dennis Daniel who batted over .400 for the second straight campaign and was the only North- west player to be named an alternate on the All- State squad. Daniel was also named to the All-City first team. Leading pitcher for the team was senior knuckle- baller Terry Clark who fashioned a no-hitter over Douglass 10-O in the season opener. Clark won six of eleven decisions. With only four regular senior starters and one pitcher, the purple-and-gold suffered five losses of two or one runs, but were able to split games with co-champions Shawnee and John Marshall. f if ' 1,19 ff A--r KEY MEN in helping nail down the Knights' second straight Mid-State All-Sports trophy are the coaches' selection of outstanding senior performers in the nine varsity sports: BOTTOM ROW: Terry Clark, baseball: John Reeves, wrestling: ROW 2: Loyd Tucker, track: Dennis Daniel, baseball: ROW 3: Randy Robinson, golf: Steve Choate, track and football, ROW 4: Ken Vrooman, cross-country: Dwight Nuckolls, tennis: TOP ROW: Terry O'Toole, golf: Steve.Wilson, basket- ball. CNot pictured is Phil Cotter, swimmingj. 1 i : : ilynnir rsl ' ififst tm .,,t ,,,,.s,: .,i, t, ,:,,,,t. ,gl . L, sr, 4 A s fourth 71 if 5 fi rst :ff s ' . f , 4 : s or T lfffstf h i, gf .g,f,irst1g if '.'- 1. , , Track 'We're Number One?- Trackmen Take State COACH REX lRWlN'S cindermen completed the most successful season in school history by claim- ing the State Class AA championship May 9 at Northeast. Besides winning five meet crowns and tying in another, the tracksters broke eleven school records and one state record. ln the City meet the Knights tied U.S. Grant 49-49 for the crown. Northwest harriers had gone to the dressing room thinking they had won by one point, but when the points were rechecked, a mistake was discovered which resulted in a tie. Capturing gold medals in four events, the Knights outdistanced Grant 43-35 to nail down the Mid State Conference championship. Qualifying for state in ten out of fifteen events the trackmen posted their second straight regional championship scoring sixteen more points than their nearest rival, the Grant Generals. Nabbing the state crown for the first time since 1956, the Knights slipped by Douglass 32-30 by win ning the mile relay in state record breaking time of 3:2O.6. The foursome of Jim Bond, Ken Vrooman Fred Yeagley and Steve Choate later broke it again at the State Federation track meet with a time of 3:l9.8. Choate was the main factor in the victory by win ning the TOO and 220-yard dashes as well as run- ning the opening leg in the mile relay. New records were set by Choate, TOO and 220 yard dashes, Steve Flynn, 880-yard run, Marty Schnet zler, 2-mile run, Hal Sonderegger, shot put and dis cus, Loyd Tucker, pole vault: Palmer Haffner, long lump, Tinsi Eaker, high lump, and both relay squads 285 4.-IKM Q ...L 4 A R Ze, ,Q , , , ik- is . S - A ,ill -- -.utr -i A ia E., I .L . A riik ' :g s . ,O .. W- r ,-.. "AQ - I 1"""" .. W' 'ti ,M 1' im. . I' +I" .sf If., TRACK-FRONT ROW: J. Bond, S. Steinbock, S. Choate, P. Haffner, K. J. Baker, J. Ellis, S. Jerome, Assistant Coach Charles Carpenter. TOP Vrooman, B. Dempsey, L. Tucker, S. Flynn, M. Anderson. ROW 2: E. ROW: Coach Rex Irwin, L. Elliot, B. Trummer, J. Street, B. Bowman, R. Lowell, J. Grasley, D. Warnloerg, F. Yeagley, H. Sonderegger, T. Eaker, Logan, B. Benedict, M. Riddles, M. Schnetzler, M. Weeks, mgr. E Harriers Break Eleven School Records on Way COACH REX IRWIN is presented the Class AA trophy by Leo Higbie, commissioner of the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association. 1-me-ff' STATE CHAMPION in two events, Steve Choate gets home first in the 220 during the state meet. He also took top honors in the Class AA IOO-yard dash and was a member of the winning mile relay team. " ' H, y J A wwf: to tate Crown 'A' .I Tyan s, v :C DETERMINATION to finish first is reflected by sophomore Steve Flynn as he nears the tape in the mile relay. jhr' "I CAN FLY," Don Warnberg leaps to a third place finish during regional competition. GETTING off to a lead is Ken Vrooman on his leg of the mile relay. 6494? ,.,.,.,,. 6- vARs1TY TENNIS TEAM-FRONT ROW: R. Chaney, D. Allen, G. Wilson, P. B. Lam, D- Nvckolls, T. Magbee, B. Spielberger, K- Lytle- Duncan, J. Larimore, L. Crosley. BACK ROW: Coach D. Hoke, W. Felton, Tennis,Golf Champions Boost Knight Athletic Fortunes TENNIS AND GOLF TEAMS contributed greatly to the Knights' retention of the Mid-State Conference All Sports Trophy as both groups captured the Greater Oklahoma City League and Mid-State titles. Netmen were crowned City champs for the eighth consecutive year, Mid-State leaders the sixth time. They finished fourth in the state meet. Senior Dwight Nuckolls was the only undefeated singles player in Oklahoma City, while Jim Larimore, Perry Dun- can, Gary Wilson, Brad Lam, and Larry Crosley advanced to semifinals in state competition. PACED by iuniors Bill Powell, Bob Ridley, and Mike Merchant, linksmen were unbeaten during regular season play, standing l-4-O in tournaments. Powell ranked as medalist in T2 matches, while Randy Robinson, senior, led the favored Knights who managed a disappointing third place showing in the state meet. Golfers took the Mid-State title by finishing 29 strokes ahead of runnerup Shawnee. Ridley placed second be- hind Powell in team scoring. The season's over-all record ranked the '67 golfers as tops in the school's record books. BANQUET HONOREES of the All-Sports Association are City and Conference champions: Coach Jack Treat, Randy Robinson, Bill Powell, Bob Ridley, and Terry O'Toole. iPhoto from the Oklahoma City Times, May 19, Copyright 1967, The Oklahoma Pub- lishing Co.J


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