Northwest Classen High School - Round Table Yearbook (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Class of 1969
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UPPER LEFT: A CHERISHED tradition in Knightland-the raising of the Victory Flag after a big
game by Senior class officers Craig Maurer, Leon Meyers, and cheerleader Nancy Steph. ABOVE:
BART SHEDECK, Pam Lindley and Sherri Ayers prepare the patio before the Howdy Mixer.
LEFT: lT'S 3:29 P.M. and cars are poised in the parking lot to take Knights home from school.
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BELOW: PRIZEWINNERS in the school car decorating contest line up for the caravan to Taft Stadium
to watch the Knights beat the Bombers. RIGHT: SPORTING one of the year's favorite fads, shiny
black boots, Ann Reid pursues one of Knightland's favorite pastimes-visiting with her steady
between classes. Frank Marwood is the lucky boy who shares her "laugh-in."
Knights interested themselves in the arts
of expression, combining
the best of social living
with the ioys
of human experience.
Creativity emerged, and
bringing forth exciting goals, ambitions
in a never-ending stream.
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ABOVE: MAKE-UP ARTIST, Cindy Harvey, applies "aging lines" to John Morozuk for
his role in a drama class production. LEFT: IT IS a big election year, and Northwest
students campaign vigorously. Bellmon Belle Marcee Parks vies with Barbara Kelly
and Terry Ham for poster space for favorite senate and presidential choices.
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Updated programs in instruction
added substance and meaning to the
"days of the Knights."
Students reached out to garner knowledge
and seek truth, while .
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Encouraged by teachers and classmates
who communicate, students sought a pragmatic
approach to life.
LEFT: "AND REMEMBER, girls," advises Benny Byers, "boys need understanding." Benny joins
Bart Shedeck Cleftj and Marc Funk in a panel discussion for a Family Relations class. BELOW:
HOW DOES Skip Bayless carry a 4.0 grade average? By burning the midnight oil. RIGHT:
THE RON MILLICAN family, Ron Cleftj, Judy and Lisa, find they have Beagles to spare and
share them with Mr. Harold Crain. The two assistant principals also share responsibilities in
the administration of myriad duties involved in running a City high school.
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Teams enioyed enthusiastic support
of a sports-oriented school community
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Their endeavors lent spice and flavor
to the "days of the Knights
UPPER RIGHT: A TENSE moment in the basket-
ball game prompts Coach Don Van Pool to
bolster John Cheatham's confidence with words
of advice. ABOVE: MANAGER FRANK ALLEN
tapes Quarterback Bill Clark's ankle before a
football game. RIGHT: CROSS COUNTRYMEN re-
flect the rigors of their race on the oval.
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ABOVE: SHARING THE DELIGHTS of a "Peanuts" book, prepared by child care class members,
are senior Diane Barker and Devin Ballard, nursery school students. UPPER RIGHT: "BE IT RE-
SOLVED ..." Debate champion Chris Knop presents the affirmative case at a state tourna-
ment. BELOW: SHIELD STAFFERS fold papers, gab, and sneak peaks at their stories as they
gather for their bi-monthly folding party that precedes every news publication day.
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"Come by later to study for a trig test-Okay?"
"The basketball boys are really cool"
"Seniors won the paper drive,
"l hear junior prom decorations are neat!"
Warm pride in class projects was shown in passing remarks in the hall-
lt was a good day-a good year-for the Knights!
"IS THAT a new angel fish?" wonders Judy Blanton as she examines the contents of the biology department aquarium.
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"I THOUGHT it would fit," said Shelly Horton. But nothing seems to work at
6:30 a.m. as iunior and senior girls gather to decorate the fence for Homecoming.
Queens, dances, trips on chartered buses
Students find exhilarating fun
Tests, contests, elections
some . . .
Posters, streamers, pep rallies
The world knows we are No. l
Cry-slurs, debates, assemblies
It seems works never done
Bake sales, mixers, programs
Will relaxation ever come?
PROM NIGHT provides romantic memories for Knights and Ladies. Bill Kitchen
and Marcee Parks take a last breathtaking view of the city after dinner.
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Knights Become World Travelersg
Delegates Trek to
"We had a balll" was the stock answer
of the estimated lOO Northwest students
and Teachers who agreed that going to
Europe was the "in" thing last summer.
Three official school delegations, a tor-
eign exchange student, and numerous
individuals journeyed to all parts ot the
Two groups attended school. Mrs. Dorit
Hall, German teacher, and Mrs. Carolyn
Wakely, counselor, took l7 students to
Austria for a six-week institute, and Mrs.
Katherine Dunagin sponsored tive stu-
dents tor seminar study in London.
They reported trips to Paris to the
opera, and encounters with celebrities,
such as Rock Hudson, Lee Remick, and
Princess Grace of Monte Carlo.
Outdoor cafes, bicycles in Amsterdam,
German castles on the Rhine, and good
looking Italian teenagers most impressed
the students who went with Mr. Dennis
Simpson on a whirlwind three-week tour
ot eight countries.
By wearing a sari ancl not eating meat,
Margaret Owen, Northwest's American
Field Service representative, conformed to
the customs ot lndia during her stay there
last summer with the Raiamani Sarma
Romantic adventures in Madrid, Gra-
nada, and Moroco were summer fare tor
Jennifer Jacobson and Judy Glass. They
saw bulltights and explored castles.
PARTY GUESTS bid bon voyage to Mr. Dennis Simpson Cstanding poolsidej and his nine students who are set to tour Europe
T6 s Student Lite
"AT LAST-a good old American hamburger." Margaret relishes her. first taste of
meat after her return from India, where meat is forbidden for religious reasons.
ABOVE: BREATHTAKING VIEWS in the Austrian Alps prompt
Glenn Ashmore to take a break from his studies at Innsbruck.
LEFT: RIDING CAMELS in southern Spain is a great way to
spend an afternoon, agree Jennifer Jacobson and Judy Glass.
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'ABOVE: SYMBOLIC of the responsibilities of Student Council president is the passing of the gavel by last
year's president, John Stacy, to his successor, Frank Marwood. RIGHT: PART of the crowd swarming around
their counselors the first day of school to pick up schedules is sophomore Bill Citty.
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ABOVE: ".,. AND YOUR IBM number will appear on all of your records." Counselor Duane Weinert exe
plains Northwest's computerized enrollment system to freshmen Brad Dewey, Jean Ann Damron, and Bev-
erly White. LEFT: "A LITTLE MORE pressure will help," Leon Meyers tells Susie Suggs as they spend Satur-
day washing cars, one of the fund raising projects of the French class for a summer trip to France.
ini hts Carefull hart Year's Full Course
Realizing that an impressive beginning
sets the stage for a successful school
year, Knights initiated planning sessions
during the summer months.
Student Council committees met, Shield
staff reporters gathered news for a tra-
ditional first-day newspaper, and Knights
and Ladies welcomed freshmen and new
students at the "Howdy" mixer the first
Friday night of the school year.
As the year got underway, students
pursued their interests in a variety of
areas. Events and places were import-
ant according to individual preferences.
The cafeteria, halls, gym, patio, sta-
dium, auditorium, and classrooms were
places where never-to-be-forgotten events
The prom, plays, grade cards, pep
rallies, mixers, games, and club meet-
ings provided spice for daily routine.
Fees, activity tickets, pep club dues,
and publication packets quickly depleted
students' allowances, while social life
had to be curtailed as studies quickly de-
manded time and attention.
Word came the last part of September
that nine Northwest seniors had qualified
as National Merit Scholars. Three seniors
won National English Council Awards.
Spirit was never better as the football
team launched a spectacular season. It
looked as if this year would indeed be
the "Year of the Knights."
September 23 was Fair Day, the first
school holiday of the year and Knights
flocked to the Fairgrounds.
By the end of September Knightland
had settled into its familiar patterns of
life-full of wonderful, exciting experi-
ences for the freshmen and a bit of nos-
talgic contemplation by upperclassmen.
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Homecomin Ga as Highlight Fall Term
Traditional events marked the 1968
Homecoming at Northwest.
Always a special occasion is the coro-
nation of the All-Sports Queen at the as-
sembly preceding the football game
and annual dance.
Key Club members sold purple and
gold mums all week, while French club-
bers marketed stadium cushions decorat-
ed with the Knights' emblem.
"Knights are on top in state" was the
theme of the senior float which was dis-
played in the caravan during
at the Shawnee game November l.
Imaginative spirit signs and decora-
tions filled the rooms and halls of Knight-
land before each game, and cars in the
parking lot were uniquely decorated.
During Spirit Week preceding the Mid-
west City game, prizes were awarded in
a contest for decorated cars and advisory
Section members Benny Byers and
John Cheatham, also basketball stars, won
the car prize, Mrs. Clara Luper's advisory
claimed top honors for its inside decora-
tions, while Miss Elizabeth Urmston's ad-
visory won in the outside division.
DRESSED UP and ready to go are crown bearers for
the Coronation, Coy Havenstrite and Bob Finley.
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RADIANT All-Sports Queen, Nancy Steph, greets the crowd during half-time festivities at Homecoming
PRIZE VWNNING 6dVlSOfY decorations afe admired bY FEATURE ATTRACTION at the Homecoming ceremonies is the senior float, labeled "Knights are on top in
proud artists, Patty Hughes and Christine Cochran. state," manned by Janie Medford, Becky Harley, and Lynette Martin, chairmen of the float committee.
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ADDING SPICE to half-time activities is the presentation of the All-Sports Royalty: Mindy McCarty, Terry Green, Nancy Steph, Nancy Anold, and Cindy BFOWD-
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"ACTION, lights, curtain!" Chuck Varnell, stage PRECISE MEASUREMENTS are needed as wardrobe mistress, Becky Slade lseatedj and her committee,
manager, gets set for Act One lighting cues. consisting of Linda Dye, Margaret Easterday, and Donna Lane, design costumes for the "Skin" cast.
FAMILY DISCUSSIONS between the children CMike Cowherd and Patty Tuelj and Mrs. Antrobus CCheryl
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Wilsonj aren't complete without the pet Dinosaur, played by Denise Moses, and Mammoth, by Kay Long. Humphrey and Robyn gg,-dwell approve-
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Actors Score Hit with 'Skin of ur Teeth'
Curtain calls and the roar of applause
at the close of "The Skin of Our Teeth,"
first production of the year, made all the
strenuous weeks of rehearsal fade into
happy memories for drama students.
"Skin," as it affectionately became
known to the cast and crew, was pre-
sented November T5-l6 under the di-
rection of Mrs. Betty Hall Allred and tech-
nical adviser, Mr. Ted Nichols.
Written by Thornton Wilder, "The Skin
of Our Teeth" deals with the indestruct-
ible Antrobus family who has survived
fire, flood, and many depressions by the
skin of their teeth.
The cast included Janet Herrmann as
Lily Sabina, Doug Humphrey as George
Antrobus, and Cheryl Wilson, portraying
In the roles of the children were Patty
Tuel and Mike Coward as Gladys and
Henry Antrobus. John Morozuk was the
announcer, and Robyn Birdwell played
the role of the Gypsy. Denise Moses and
Kay Long appeared as the family pets.
Minutes before the rise of the curtain, Sabina goes over her lines with Student Director Diane La Faver
as Cindy Harvey, Costume Chairman, checks Sabina's hemline one final time.
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"COME AS YOU ARE," Coronet pep club officers are told as they are hauled from "OH, what a big box!" Roxanne Robertson sneaks a peak as boy friend Bill
warm beds at 6 a.m. for a Christmas breakfast hosted by their sponsors. Susan Long, Clark tries to hide her
Christmas present before they go out on a date.
Dena Green, and Lynn Self ioin in the fun Saturday morning, December 14. Steadieg spend time selecting the perfect gifts for each other.
JOINING MILLIONS of television viewers throughout the country, seniors Nancy Rice and Jeff Cohen'
watch the review of President Richard M. Nixon's inauguration the night of Monday, .January 20th.
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GNL SIMMONS and Bill Fleetwood, Hi-Y pre-xy,
buy a tree for children of Hi-Y's "adopted" family.
Climax of Incredible Year: Christmas 1968!
In the beginning God created the
heaven and the earth. And the earth was
without void . .. These words from the
Astronauts in Apollo 8 made Christmas
Eve T968 a historical moment Americans
will never forget.
Astronauts Frank Borman, James Lov-
ell, and William Anders circled the moon
ten times and filled their countrymen with
pride and awe, not only for their mi-
raculous feat, but because of their per-
sonal sense of grace and humility.
A few weeks later President Richard
Nixon was inaugurated and Knights, who
had closely followed the national cam-
paign, watched the proceedings on TV.
But there was much sadness and cause
for concern in our nation and world dur-
ing the tempestuous months of '68.
Two distinguished Americans were
gunned down by assassins, and there
was endless theorizing as to why these
expressions of savagery mar our society.
Dr. Martin Luther King's murder in
April was followed by looting and vio-
lence in T25 smoking cities. In June Rob-
ert Kennedy's death found Americans
suffering through the torturous ordeal
of going to Arlington again.
The Pueblo was seized and the crew-
men abused before their release a year
later. Vietnam peace talks in Paris kept
bogging down, and there was bad trou-
ble in the Mideast.
Some writers called T968 a year when
everybody had to be heard, a year when
the hippies, yippies, leftists, rightists, and
blacks rocked the nation from one end
to the other.
But there was a brighter side to this
incredible year. Heart transplants meant
there are people alive today who would
have died without them.
And 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 unsettled world.
All forty-nine clubs and organizations
chose service projects. Hi-Y boys collected
enough food to provide for a month the
needy family they had adopted.
So, the warm glow of Christmas spirit
shone in Knightland, and its grateful in-
habitants were blessed with the good
feeling that comes from the unselfish
giving of oneself to others.
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AS THE 363-foot-high Saturn V rocket lifted Apollo 8 into the sky, Americans, spellbound in front of TV
sets, held their breath and prayed for the safety of the astronauts and success for the mission.
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Spontaneous Backers Add im to Victor ,
"Togetherness" was a strength
displayed in every facet of life in
Sharing in the variety of interests,
troubles, hopes, and dreams of some
3,050 classmates was a rewarding
part of attending Northwest.
Whether it be sparking spirit for
champion teams, participating in
service proiects, presenting programs,
banquets and dances, Knights felt
they were part of something signifi-
cantfrnore than "just a school."
Support for all athletic events was
provided by the Booster Club, com-
posed of 275 school patrons. Mem-
bers followed Knight teams, spon-
sored boys attending Fellowship of
Christian Athlete camp, and hosted
coffee and donuts for parents after
Boosters and cheerleaders were a
part of the colorful kaleidoscope of
people and events that kept the
school in rnotion from dawn to dark.
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Steph, Cleda Hulett, Nancy Arnold, and Cheryl McDonald, All are seniors except Barbie and Cheryl.
SPIRIT SOARS as pep clubbers, maiorettes, and cheerleaders generate pep before the Douglass game.
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and Mr. Carl Harris, vice president, during halftime. Members helped operate the concession stand during games.
RITAGE WEEK takes on new meaning for Charles Pierce as he listens to guest speaker Senator E. Melvin Porter talk to an Oklahoma History Class.
Kni hts Spin mid hirl of 'Happenings'
Always on the go-creating, verbaliz-
ing, socializing-Knights moved ahead
with new proiects while perpetuating
For the first time Negro Heritage Week
was observed at Northwest. Guest speak-
ers drew capacity audiences in the Little
Theatre each day.
Dramatists romped through enchanted
forests created by stagecraft students in
the final school production, Midsummer
Night's Dream, a Shakespearean fantasy.
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Two performances were given February
28 and March i in the auditorium.
Student Council hosted representatives
from T9 different schools on Inter-City
Student Council Visitation Day. Also three
students from Wichita, Kansas, attended
Northwest one week in a Council ex-
Cupid boosted Council's treasury and
promoted romance on the annual Cupid
Express Day. Messages were delivered at
the end of class periods.
In February when first semester grades
came out, tradition was upheld when
more girls than boys rated straight A's.
This was the twelfth consecutive semester
girls have dominated the top grade list
and the National Honor Society.
Preparation for the final whirl of class
events began early in the year. Senior
committees met to lay plans for gradua-
tion events, iuniors gathered in officers'
homes to make prom decorations, and
underclassmen preenrolled for next year.
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"WHEN THOU dost wake, l'lI charm thine eyes ..." Titania CCindy Harveyt casts a spell upon
sleeping Hermia and Helena, portrayed by Diane LaFaver and Anita Parrish, in Midsummer
Night's Dream. The March l production was the drama department's last play of the year.
NO TOUR of Northwest is complete without seeing Sir Bedivere, Student Council hostess Linda
Windham explains to visitors Clay Hoster, from Grant, and Cindy Elston of Western Heights.
CUPlD'S MESSENGER, Beverly Schultz, finds her iob of delivering
Cupid Expresses to Knights a big assignment for February 14.
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"CONGRATULATIONS, Mr. President!" New Council prexy, Scott Rayburn, and
Craig Humphreys are greeted by Billy Clark, Scott's campaign manager.
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Western Day when they celebrate 89'ers Day at Frontier City.
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PATROLLING the halls during lunch is no small task, decides Mr. Chuck Ledbetter, as he bars Charlie Riddle from the second floor.
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l"ONLY TWO more laps to go for our mile!" Finding
that jogging, in addition to its health benefits, is a
Every group was keyed to the final
round of activities: Dog Patch, annual
turn-about-week, Student Council elec-
tions, Western Day, honor group initia-
tions, and athletic achievements.
Feelings were sad, warm, anxious as
friendships and school traditions took on
added significance during the last busy,
eventful weeks of school.
One of the year's popular health fads,
jogging, swept the nation, and people in
Northwest's community joined in the fun.
The school track was utilized by Knights
new kind of family adventure, Mr. and Mrs. Bill with airedale terrier in tow, take a turn around the
Finley Ccenterj, David Boggs, Toni and Gary Finley school track on an early Saturday morning.
lerate as Term ,logs to End
and their families.
An Asian flu epidemic resulted in a
record number of absentees, 735 stu-
dents, and 19 teachers, Monday February
17. Office telephone switchboard oper-
ators were overwhelmed in the deluge of
Knights also were affected by the age-
old seasonal disease, spring fever. Teach-
ers and administrators enforced rules and
regulations to counteract students' apathy
in classrooms and misdemeanors in the
halls and in school parking lots.
Practically every spring day brought
announcements advising a proud student
body of new Knight achievements.
Assistant principal, Harold Crain, Cen-
tral Sound spokesman, gained fame
throughout the school for his spicy, crisp
announcements in Navy vernacular.
It took awhile for excitement to sub-
side after the State tournament March 15,
but students managed to settle down to
direct attention to the prom, final exams,
and Friendship and Round Table assem-
blies before Commencement on May 29.
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Twenty seniors were nominated for
Round Table royalty by the yearbook staff
On the primary ballot in an all-school
election, candidates were narrowed to
ten finalists. After a campaign culminated
by a week's display of photographs and
posters in the showcase by the library,
the runoff was conducted December 9.
The surprise announcement of the
Knight and Lady of the Round Table high-
lighted the assembly May 20 in which
the first copy of the '69 yearbook was
presented Principal Jim Johnson.
Round Table editors Nancy Rice and
Linda Porter ernceed the program. Kevin
Duncan's band played. Guest performer
was Miss Gwen Carter, Douglass senior.
Round Table Princess
Round Table Princess
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Lady of Round Table
CLEDA HULETT SUSIE SUGGS
Round Table Princess Round Table Princess
Knight of Round Table
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Round Table Prince
RICK BROWN BENNY BYERS
Round Table Prince Round Table Prince
Round Table Prince
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"Cherish is the word ..." The Boys'
Quartet serenaded the Knight and Lady
of Friendship following their coronation
Because of the nine-week confinement
ot Bobby Fairchild following an automo-
bile accident, coronation ot the Knight
and Lady Friendship was postponed from
the traditional Valentine's assembly Feb-
ruary T4 until Thursday, May 8.
Nancy Fisher, as Alice in Wonderland,
and Bill Lacy, the Madhatter, emceed the
Entertainment was provided by the
Boys' Quartet and Modern Dance class
in a specialty number, "The Look ot Love."
"Society's Children," band of Student
Council member, Jim Rose, furnished mu-
sic tor the program.
SUSIE suecs DEB! YOUNG
Princess of Friendship Lady of Fnendshlp
CATHY MCGREGOR CLEDA HULETT TERRY GREEN
PHHCSSS Of FVf9nd5l1iP Princess of Friendship P,-,megs of Friendship
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BOBBY FAIRCHILD JOHN CHEATHAM
Knight of Friendship Prince Of Friendship
STEVE FLYNN STEVE MITCHELL MARK ACKERMAN
Prince of Friendship Prince of Friendship Prince of Friendship
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36 o Academics
CAPTIVATING his audience in Mr. Ted Nichois' Speech I class
with his dramatic interpretations of Othello is Greg Wright,
Projectors, tapes, screens, stereos,
Scholars demand the latest aids-
Books, desks, blackboards, pens
Have their place in the study games.
Tangible rewards for the midnight oil,
Soberest thoughts mixed with youthful mirth-
Learning is beauty, truth, and an eternal search.
AFTER-SCHOOL COUNSELING sessions with students are part
of the daily routine for Mr. John Culbert, Spanish instructor.
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DR. BILL l.ll.LARD
Superintendent of Schools
Policy Makers Face
ADMINISTRATIVE problems await these busy executives, Dr. Jesse B.
Lindley and Dr. Tom J. Smith, in their Board of Educafion offices.
JOURNALISTS Nancy Rice, Linda Porier and Teresa Quinn are briefed
on school news by Dr. Bill Lillard in a press conference.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION-lseatedj Mr. Foster Estes, president, Dr. Virgil T. Hill, vice president, lstandingj Mr. Melvin Rogers, Mr. W. R. Yinger, Mr. William F. Lott.
New, ld Problems in pdating Education
Special problems which arose concern-
ing the combining of four city schools
necessitated extended School Board meet-
ings and concentrated efforts of all school
Responsibility for implementing the
merging of Harding and Central was
shared by the five members of the school
Board, Dr. Bill Lillard, and his staff.
Playing key roles in these endeavors
were Dr. Tom J. Smith, assistant superin-
tendent in charge of administration, and
Dr. Jesse B. Lindley, director of secondary
Systemwide integration resulted from
the majority-minority transfer policies
established. These new innovations
stemmed from U.S. District Judge Luther
Bohannon's order to effect a workable
ln addition to these new projects, the
administration and School Board were con-
cerned with the more traditional prob-
lems of balancing the strained school
budget and obtaining qualified personnel
for the vacated positions in City schools.
A special election was called and
passed January 28 on the question of
issuing general obligation bonds of eleven
and a half million dollars.
Mr. Gilbert Robinson, personnel di-
rector, reported a crucial shortage in
Newest member of the School Board,
Mr. W. R. Yinger, is a prominent religious
layman. He and his wife appeared on
a national television program in Septem-
ber with the Rev. Billy Graham.
Mr. Foster Estes, Board president, who
has served on the Board for eight years,
announced he would not run for re-
election at the end of his term of office.
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MR. JIM JOHNSON
COFFEE BREAKS afford Principals Ron Millican and Jim Johnson rare, quiet time for conferring on school matters.
.IOINING "The Section" for a football game are
Principals Harold Crain and Jim Johnson.
MR. RON MILLICAN
MR. HAROLD CRAIN
Administrative Team Shares Assi nments
Concern that "the days of the Knights"
be as meaningful and rewarding as pos-
sible kept school administrators and coun-
selors alert to the needs and interests of
Principal Jim Johnson, who completed
course work, comprehensive and oral
examinations at the University of Okla-
homa last summer, hopes to receive his
doctor's degree within a year.
Since Mr. Johnson was principal at
Northeast high school when integration
was first being implemented there, he
has served as a consultant to various
groups on problems concerning integra-
Stressing that as teachers "we are not
Negro and Caucasion, but teachers with
a responsibility and dedication to all of
the students with whom we are en-
trusted," Mr. Johnson hired six Negro
teachers at Northwest.
The six counselors offered a variety
of special services to their respective
In weekly staff meetings with counsel-
ors, administrators, and faculty advisory
committee, school policies were updated
to keep pace with the growth and de-
velopment of the entire school program.
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COUNSELORS-TOP ROW: MR. DUANE WEINERT: Coordinator of Counselors, IBM Supervisor, Senior Sponsor.
MRS. OLA MAE OAKES: PTSA Representative, Special Education, Freshman Sponsor. MR. GERALD HEUSEL: Coordi-
nator of Testing Program. MR. TROY MILBURN: Home-Bound Study, Guidance Committee. MISS BERNIECE WEST-
ER: College Information, Junior Sponsor. MRS. CAROLYN WAKELY: Educational Information, Career Conference.
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LOOK out below . . . Doubling as a player for the professional Plainsmen and a coach for the Knight football team is Mr. Brooks Mosier, history teacher.
' H . f 'L MRS. BETTY ALLRED: Drama 1, 4, Assembly committee,
,at 1 I Announcers Club, National Forensic League, National
' N ' K Qx ' If Thespians. MRS. NORA ARNOLD: Algebra l, College Al-
Q" s ,.. hr gebra-Analysis, Introductory, intermediate Math. MISS
I ' A """' HELEN BOURKE: English 3, 4, Red Cross, MRS. CONNIE
ig 5, BRADSHAW: u.s. History.
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MRS. NANCY BRADSHAW: English 2, 4, Guidance and
Counseling, Student Welfare, Courtesy Club. MRS. BETTY
BRINTON: Psychology, Guidance and Counseling, MRS.
RUTH BRYANT: Biology l, 2, Parking and Safety, Science
Club, Junior Class Sponsor. MRS. ELIZABETH BURDETTE:
English 2, Journalism l-3, Assembly, School Publicity, Quill
and Scroll, Coronets.
MRS. CHARLINE BURTON: Speech l, Debate l, 4, Religion
of Mankind, Assembly, Announcers Club, National For-
ensic League, National Thespians, Coronets, Senior Class
Sponsor. MRS. MIRIAM BURTON: English l, 3, Professional,
Red Cross, Freshman Class Sponsor. MISS OPHELIA BYARS:
U.S., Oklahoma History, Government, National Honor So-
ciety, Scholarship and Awards. MRS. NORMA CALL: Li-
brarian, Library Club.
MRS. ALICE CHESHER: Introductory Algebra, Algebra I,
Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra-Analysis, Calen-
dar and Activities, Cygnets. MR. DEAN CHOATE: Algebra,
High School Math, Football Coach, Boys "O" Club. MISS
MARY COE: U.S., Oklahoma, World History. MR. ALFRED
COHRAN: Art I, 2, Arts and Decorations.
MRS. NANCY COLEY: Business Law, Business Math, Social
Committee. MRS. IVY COPELAND: Business Machines,
Scholarship and Awards, Student Welfare. MR. JIM COX:
Woodwork I, 3, Building and Grounds. MRS. JANIE CREEK-
MORE: Latin 1, 4, National Honor Society, Student Welfare,
Junior Classical League, Flat Earth Society.
MR. PAUL CROWE: Algebra I, 2, High School Math. MR.
JOHN CULBERT: Spanish I, 2, Latin America Culture,
Social Committee. MRS. MOLLIE DAVIDSON: Algebra 1, 3,
Trigonometry, Introductory Algebra, Calendar and Activi-
ties, Courtesy Club. MR. CLAY DAVIS: U.S. History, Ass't.
Football and Basketball Coach.
Progressive Staff of 133 Enriehes Program
Skills and efforts of the 138-member
staff were main factors in setting high
academic standards and providing the
quality educational program traditional at
Northwest. Directed by three administra-
tors, the staff consisted of six counselors,
activities director, nurse, two librarians,
vocational rehabilitation director, 108
classroom teachers and I6 secretaries.
School personnel was completed by 24
cafeteria and I9 custodial workers.
Three new courses were added to the
curriculum this year. They were Religions
of Mankind, Personal Typing, and Latin
American History. These additions meant
that the 3100 students at Northwest were
offered a total of 121 units of accredited
Faculty members participated actively
in professional organizations, such as
Oklahoma City Education Association and
Classroom Teachers Association.
Attending weekly OCEA meetings were
Mrs. Ramah Miller Cchairmanj, Mrs. Ruth
Bryant, Miss Ophelia Byars, and Mr. Bill
Wedgeworth, Northwest representatives.
MRS. ELAINE DODSON: English I, 2, Social Com
mittee, Court Jesfers. MRS. ALMA DOUGHTY: Li
brarian, Library Club.
MRS. KATHERINE DUNAGIN: English 2, National
Honor Society, Social Committee. MR. ROBERT DUN-
LAP: Distributive Education I, 2, D.E. Club.
MRS. CHARLOTTE EAKER: English 1, 2, Journalism 1,
National Honor Society, Red Cross, School Publicity,
Quill and Scroll. MR. TOM ERWIN: U. S. History,
Ass't. Football and Baseball Coach, Hi-Y.
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MR. JEAN FINNELL: U.S., World History, World Prob-
lems. MRS. BARBARA GALES: English 2, 3, Courtesy
MR, JOHN GOSS: Driver Education, Swimming and
Tennis Coach, Parking and Safety, Red Cross. MRS.
BERNIS GREER: Nurse.
MRS. EBY GROVE: English 3, 45 Library Club, Coronets,
Court Jesters, Pep Council. MR. CHARLES HALE: Dept.
Chm., Auto Mechanics 1, 2, Faculty Advisory Com-
mittee, Professional, Camera Club, Sophomore Class
MRS. MIRIAM HARPER: Algebra I, 2, Geometry, High
School Math, Calendar and Activities, Cygnets. MRS.
CLOVIA HARRISON: Algebra I, 2, Geometry, High
School Math, Calendar and Activities, Cygnets.
FOCUSING sharply on the Knights, Mr. Leonard
cotte and Mr. Robert Dunlap film a football game
Staff Members Make Use of Talents, Skills
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MR. WINSTON HAVENSTRITE: U.S., Oklahoma History,
Baseball Coach. MISS .IO ALICE HENDRICKS: Type l,
Shorthand 2, Scholarship and Awards, Freshman Class
Sponsor. MRS. EARLENE HERMAN: Notehand, Eco-
nomics, FTA. MISS CLAUDETTE HOATSON: Cosmetol-
ogy, Guidance and Counseling, VICA.
MRS. FAYE HOBSON: Algebra I, Electronics I, 2j
Amateur Radio Club, Electronics Club. MR. DAVID
HOKE: Driver Education. MR. FRED HOLLOWAY:
Architectural Drawing, Mechanical Drawing I, 3,
Engineers Club, Ass't. Wrestling Coach. MR. TED
HOUGH: English 3, A, National Honor Society, HiaY.
MR. BEVERLY HOUK: Introductory Algebra, Algebra I, 2.
MRS. MARY HOWARD: Business English, Business Machines,
FTA, Courtesy Club. MR. REX IRWIN: Introductory Algebra, Q.
1Algebra I, 2, Cross-Country and Track Coach. MRS. VASCA
JENKINS: Commercial Art I, 2, Arts and Decorations. Q'
MISS PAT JIMENEZ: Spanish 2, 4, Professional Committee.
MRS. ELAINE KARIMI: Introductory Algebra, Algebra I, 2,
Geometry, Honor Math. MRS. MARJORIE KOZAK: French I, 2,
Honor Language, French Club, Sophomore Class Sponsor. .,.
MRS. MARY LEACH: Modern Dance, Girls P.E., Girls "O" Club.
iMR. CHARLES LEDBETTER: Algebra I, Trigonometry, Physics, K if . .
Scholarship and Awards, Honor Math, Junior Class Sponsor. . L
IMISS BEVERLY LINK: Clothing I, 3, Home Decoration, 20th 1 i'rr"
Century Homemakers. MISS ELIZABETH LIPPMANN: English . ,
I, Latin I, Honor Language, Junior Classical League, Coronefs.
IMRS. MARY LOCHRIDGE: English I, U.S., Oklahoma History,
lBuilding and Grounds.
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RS. WAYNOKA LOVETT: Modern Dance, Girls P.E., Girls
l'O" Club. MRS. CLARA LUPER: U.S., Oklahoma History. MRS.
IDEGGY MANNING: Vocational Rehabilitation. MR. LEONARD
MARCOTTE: French 2, 4, French Club, Wrestling Coach,
Sophomore Class Sponsor. ' . .
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CAREFUL strokes are applied by Mrs. Carol Porta on her painting selected from the Art Center gallery for an eight-state show.
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MISS MILDRED MARSON: German I, 2, French I: National
Honor Society, Professional Committee, German Club. MR.
yu JACK MATHIS: Electricity, Mechanical Drawing, Amateur
Radio Club, Electronics Club. MR. HAROLD MCMILLAN:
6 A' .,5,,,,.,,.,,s,.. 1 I IJV Ii' Vnylk Sociology: Key Club. MRS. RAMAH MILLER: Family Rela-
tions and Child Care, Clothing 25 National Honor Society,
, 20th Century' Homemakers, Faculty Advisory Committee.
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MRS. MADGE MILLS: English 2, 3: National Honor Society,
- Sw A.. an -LQ, Library Club. MR. TERRY MONTGOMERY: U.S., Oklahoma
History. MRS. LINDA MOORE: English 3, Great Books,
" My Colonets, Pep Council. MR. BROOKS MOSIER: U.S., Okla-
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homa History, Ass't Football Coach.
MR. LARRY MOTT: U.S., Oklahoma History, Library. MRS.
PATRICIA MULLMAN: Family Relations and Child Care,
20th Century Homemakers. MR. TED NICHOLS: Speech I, 2:
Faculty Advisory Committee, Assembly, Calendar and Ac-
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Qfaj tivities, Scholarship and Awards, Announcers Club, Na-
tional Forensic League. MRS. RUTH ANNE NORRIS: Spanish
I, French 2, Guidance and Counseling, French Club.
CAUGHT by surprise as she spruces up her classroom for PTSA Open House "JUST FOLLOW Nancy's schedule and you won't get lost!" Mrs. Mariorie Kozak
is Miss Claudette HOBYSOH, COSIWWGIOIOQY TGBCIWSY and VICA SPONSOR greets advisory parents, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Rice at Open House October I5.
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IS IT a strike? Mrs. Alice Thompson aims carefully, while her husband Ed, art teacher at Northeast, keeps score.
Jill Reber and Dennis Simpson await their turn on the alley. Mrs. Thompson and Mr. Simpson teach biology.
MISS CHARLOTTE OBERMANN: Foods I, 3, Social Commit-
tee, 20th Century Homemakers. MR. LEONARD OGLE:
Driver Education, Guidance and Counseling, Parking and
Safety. MISS KATHLEEN OWEN: Activities Director, Schol-
arship and Awards, Pep Council, Faculty Advisory Com-
mittee. MR. JOHN PADEN: Dept. Chm., Biology I, Na-
tional Honor Society, Faculty Advisory Committee, Schol-
arship and Awards, Science Club.
VIR. ROBERT PAYNE: Vocational Rehabilitation, Faculty
Advisory Committee, Guidance and Counseling, Student
Nelfare. MR. JOHN PENNINGTON: Band and Orchestra,
Hi-Notes, Assembly. MISS BEVERLY PIERCE: English 'I. MR.
IOHN PLATT: Chorus, Music Theory, Cry-Slurs, Assembly.
Keeping pace with the national trend,
Northwest teachers participated actively
in professional and civic organizations.
Mrs. Clara Luper was cited by the State
Psychological Society for outstanding lead-
ership in the field of human relations.
A nationally known director of NAACP,
Mrs. Luper also served as advisor to the
Two English teachers were elected to
offices in the English Council. Miss Doris
Taylor was named a state director for
a three-year term, while Miss Mildred
Marson was voted treasurer of the Okla-
homa City Council.
During State Teachers' Meeting in Oc-
tober, the Oklahoma Speech Association
selected Mrs. Betty Allred executive vice
Northwest art teachers contributed a
large amount of time to their professional
Mrs. Carol Porta served as vice presi-
dent of Oklahoma City Secondary Art
Teachers. Outgoing president, Mrs. Vasca
Jenkins, was named secretary-treasurer to
the Grace Chadwick Memorial Art Awards
School activities director, Miss Kathleen
Owen, was elected president of the State
Activities Association at their annual
meeting in October.
Mrs. Maurita Yost, registrar, was chosen
member-at-large of the Oklahoma City
Association of School Secretaries.
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ON HER WAY to a professional conference in New
Orleans, Mrs. Evelyn Williamson, president of the
Oklahoma City District of OEA, rushes from school
Friday afternoon to catch a plane for Louisiana.
MR. CAROL PORTA: Art I, 4, History of Art, Arts
and Decorations, Twirlers. MISS JILL REBER: Introduc-
tory Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Twirlers, Pep
Council, Junior Class Sponsor.
MR. WILLIAM SCOTT: English 3, 4, Golf Coach, Key
Club. MR. DENNIS SIMPSON: Biology I, Social
Committee, Key Club, Science Club, Hi4Y.
MRS. FAYE SHINN: German I, 2, 4, German Club,
Cygnets, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MRS. MINERVA
SLOSS: English I, 2, Guidance and Counseling.
MR. CARROLL SMELSER: Dept. Chm., Boys P.E.,
Faculty Advisory Committee, Calendar and Activities.
MRS. MARCIA SMITH: Biology I, Earth Science,
Mrs. llllamson Heads District Teachers
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MRS, KATHLEEN SPEED: English 3, 4, Humanities: Studen
Welfare, Flat Earth Society. MR. RODNEY ST. DIZIER: Dept
Chm., High School Math, Math Analysis, Geometry, Facult
Advisory Committee, Guidance and Counseling, Scholarshi
and Awards, Honor Math, Amateur Radio. MISS DORIS N
TAYLOR: English 3, 4, Library. MRS. GEORGIA TEETS: Eng
lish 1, 2, National Honor Society, Guidance and Counsel
ing, Professional, Camera Club.
MRS. ALICE THOMPSON: Biology I, 2, Guidance an
Counseling, Freshman Class Sponsor. MR. KENNETH THOMP
SON: Chemistry, Red Cross. MISS MARGARET THOMPSON
General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Scholarship and Awards
MR. JAMES TRIMBLE: U.S., Oklahoma History, Ass't Footbal
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in sorting through ruins of the Freedom Center. Burned by unknown arsonist, the headquarters of
the NAACP Youth Council was restored when citizens pitched in to help. RIGHT: "IT lSN'T exactly
mink, but it goes well with my coat." Mrs. Marie Bryant demonstrates how harmless the boa
:onstrictor is in her science unit on reptiles. Biology II students contributed the boa.
MISS MARTHA TRUAX: Dept. Chm., English 3, 4, Creative
Writing: Faculty Advisory Committee, Scholarship and
Awards. MRS. MAXINE TYLER: Type I: Shorthand I:
National Honor Society. MISS ELIZABETH URMSTON: Art I,
Scuplture I, Ceramics I, 2, Fashion Drawing I, 2:
Faculty Advisory Committee, Arts and Decorations, Junior
Class Sponsor. MR. DON VAN POOL: Boys P.E., Basket-
ball Coach: Boys "O" Club.
MISS HENRIETTA VON TUNGELN: Dept. Chm., Spanish I,
2: Honor Language, Faculty Advisory Committee. MISS
MARY WEDDING: Trigonometry, Geometry, High School
Math: Scholarship and Awards. MR. WILLIAM WEDGE-
WORTH: Mechanical Drawing, Photography: Professional
Committee, Camera Club, Electronics Club. MISS BETH
WEST: Dept. Chm., U.S., Oklahoma History: Library, Profes-
MISS MARTHA WHITE: Bookkeeping 'I, 2: National Honor
Society. MRS, EVELYN WILLIAMSON: Dept. Chm., Type
I, 2: Great Books, Faculty Advisory Committee, Cygnets,
Pep Council. MRS. MAURINE WILLIAMSON: English I, 2:
Social Committee. MRS. HELEN WILLINGHAM: Introductory
Algebra, Geometry: Honor Math, Cygnets.
"' MRS. IRMA BOTTGER: Instructional Materials Secretary. MRS.
PAT GRIMES: Audio-visual Director. MRS. IONA KING:
Secretary to Assistant Principals. MRS. MARGIE KING:
Instructional Materials Secretary.
MRS. BETTY MCCULLY: Instructional Materials Secretary.
fi: MRS. EVELYN MCELVANY: Attendance. MRS. WANDA
MERCER: Instructional Materials Secretary. MRS. NORMA
OWNBEY: Secretary to Counselors.
rban Teachers Seek Larger State Voice
"This was a year of decision for City
teachers," said Mrs. Eve Williamson, who
served as president-elect of the Oklahoma
City District of the Oklahoma Education
Sanctions, imposed by the Oklahoma
Education Association for the second time
in five years on state schools, were re-
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50 0 Secretaries
tained by request of state teachers. These
restrictions imposed regulations on school
districts which forbade the hiring of out-
A strong urban-rural alliance emerged
as a key factor in changing what mem-
bers considered "outdated practices" in
the state education association. As a re-
MRS. VIOLA SCOTT: Instructional Materials Secretary.
MRS. FLORENCE SCUDDER: Instructional Materials
MRS. JANE SMITH: Financial Secretary. MRS. THELMA
STEWART: Instructional Materials Secretary.
MRS. DORIS K. TAYLOR: Instructional Materials Secre-
tary. MRS. MAURITA YOST: Registrar.
sult urban teachers were given a bigger
voice in determining policies of the O.E.A.
Joint efforts of City Classroom Teachers
and OCEA resulted in an accepted, of-
ficial plan for implementing professional
negotiations between the Board of Edu-
cation and teacher organizations. Legisla-
tion was passed to improve retirement.
ALL SORTS of duties, from taking dictation to
operating office machines, are in a day's work for
Mrs. Helen Evans, Principal J. Johnson's secretary.
ost Essential' Title Goes to Service Staff
lBOVE: "JUST THlNK," said Mr. William Wright, "we'll be changing these clocks again next spring when day-
ht savin time starts" He 'oins Mr Sam Tea ue and Mr Gerald Punneo in checkin the 128 clocks at North-
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fest. RIG!-?T: lT'S fried chicken day and Mrs. Nettie Young, cafeteria manager, inspects a serving.
No other groups at Northwest were
considered more important to the well-
being of the school than were the cus-
todial and cafeteria staffs.
Every time the doors opened, workers
behind the scenes had been busy making
sure the building was clean and com-
Mr. Sam Teague directed the l8 men
and one woman who composed the
custodial crew charged with the responsi-
bility of overseeing the forty-acre campus.
"School keeping" tasks of this group
included repairing and maintaining all
school equipment, grooming the patio
and grounds, painting, cleaning, and
checking all mechanical operations.
Ladies in the cafeteria accommodated
students and teachers by serving break-
fast before school each morning. Hot
biscuits, eggs, grapefruit, iuice, toast, and
sweet rolls were daily fare.
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tudents Seek to Identif Through Media
MODELING SKILL counts part of Becky McGaughy's REWARDED for their effort, veteran debaters Chris Knop and Steve Robinson add another first-place trophy
grade as Connie Geist sketches her in art class. to the speech departmr-:nt's already bulging showcase. Both speakers won state honors.
PSYCHEDELIC house paintings are given a finishing touch by Barbara Hale, Kathy Knesek, and Cindy Mont- ROBERT LEWIS, Mafk J0hnS0r1 and "Fang"
gomery. The multi-colored house was the artists' entry in State Fair competition. that speech demonstrations can be impressive.
Q Speech, Art
Originality, imagination, and interpreta-
tion were reflected in endeavors ot the
speech and art departments.
For the second consecutive year, the
speech department hosted more than 500
speakers in the state's largest invitational
Stage crew members, who assembled
creative settings for the three major plays,
were on duty at all school productions.
Debaters carried this year's debate
question CResolved: That the U.S. should
establish a system ot compulsory service
by all citizens? to tourneys in Oklahoma,
Texas, Louisiana and Missouri.
Because ot an increased interest in ad-
vanced drama, Northwest's speech de-
partment tormed Drama IV, concerned
primarily with play productions.
"Alice in Wonderland" was the drama
lepartment's third annual Children's
'heatre ottering April 19 at 2 p.m.
Art classes explored new forms of
"pop art," sculpturing, and fashion de-
sign. Northwest artists took over 15
awards and two gold medals in the state
art contest at the Oklahoma Art Center.
C asses Mark Trend Toward Contemporary Authorsg
Record umber Enroll for Staff, Journalism ork
ABOVE: lT'S' HARD for Randy Marx, staff photographer, to find a spot for his citation alongside publications
awards. He was named outstanding student in O.U.'s annual photo-journalism workshop. IRIGHTJ DRAM-
ATIZING Karl Shapiro's poem, "The Calder," with art and original poems, David Hendricks, Shelley Hor-
ton, Patty Hughes and David Griffith decorate the English department's display case on the second floor.
54 o Journalism
Contemporary writing was stressed as
well as the traditional classics in English
courses as students viewed literature
with a broad scope.
From modern writings they studied
such problems as human relations, urban
and rural cultures, and the generation
Some of the new books included in
the curriculum were A Separate Peace,
Glass Menagerie, Profiles in Courage, and
Lillies ofthe Field.
Three Northwest students were among
the state's six winners in national compe-
tition sponsored by the National Council'
of Teachers of English.
Dale Hagstrom, Scott Gordon, and Lou
Ann Phelps submitted their entries, which
included samples of writing and detail-
tests, under the direction of Mrs. Kath-
leen Speed, Humanities instructor.
Largest enrollment in school history
was recorded in the seven journalism
classes where more than 200 students
studied basic fundamentals and helped
produce school publications.
A CHOICE assignment for Round Table editor, Nancy Rice, is interviewing golfer Arnold Palmer during
the Oklahoma City Open Golf Tournament at Quail Creek Golf and Country Club in September.
and Dale Hagstrom as she gives them their National Council of English Teacher Awards.
"THIS IS YOUR KEY to college," Mrs. Kathleen Speed, Humanities instructor, tells Scott Gordon,
BALLADS by the Bard take on meaning when sung
by Carolyn Schilb, Janet Maier, and Robyn Birdwell.
Lou Ann Phelps
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HOW a nation's culture and religion are interwoven are explained
to the religion class by Diane Barker, who lived in Japan three years,
Shelley Horton assists her with the presentation.
COLONIAL LIFE is revived when Mrs, Clara Luper's American History students, Becky Frye BILATERAL LEARNING methods are demonstrated as psychology stu-
and John Wallen, dance the minuet at the class' George Washington's inaugural ball, part of dents try to draw a star while looking in a mirror. Experimenting
ceremonies demonstrating class activities for parents at an Open House. are Karen McKee, Patricia Falgout, Bill Clark, and Susie Bevins.
0 Social Studies
A LIVING EXPERIENCE-the film course provides a new set of dialogues for each lesson in Mrs. Ruth Ann Norris' French class.
New Practices, Teaching Approach
Make Eclectic Academic Program
Innovations in language instruction at
Northwest were marked by extended use
of the multi-sensory approach, some-
times termed the natural learning method.
Madame Marjorie Kozak, French teach-
er, was selected for a pilot program in
Oklahoma City to introduce a visual-au-
clio-lingual method of teaching French.
Through a set of l2O films produced
in France by French actors, the students
became a part of the daily life of a French
"l'm excited over this much-needed
change from our old method," said the
enthusiastic Mrs. Kozak.
Students learned to analyze objectively
and draw their own conclusions in Re-
ligions of Mankind, a new course added
Cultural patterns and historical signifi-
cance of various religions were explored.
Constant changes in the political and
economic struggles of the day, and the
trend in foreign travel made the social
studies department among the most stim-
ulating at Northwest.
Colorful activities lent interest to reg-
ular routine. Psychology and Sociology
classes participated in youth seminars and
toured local institutions, such as the home
for Mentally Retarded children.
Team and television classes in history
required students to become expert at
listening and taking notes.
Before the November national elec-
tions, students in several classes held
mock conventions. Campaigning for presi-
dential candidates was heated.
Mrs. Clara Luper's history classes pre-
sented models of historical inauguration
ceremonies for parents at a special open
house and staged an 89'er's Day Run.
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"GIVE THEM some
58 0 Science
sweet 1alk." Biologists Bob Ginn, Bob Fulton and Steve Swihart get best results when they provide The bean and okra seeds wiih daily care
pdated Texts Help Performanceg
Research Stimulates Science Buffs
The "how and why" of what makes the
universe tick were concerns of the science
and mathematics departments.
In order to update course work, all
new textbooks were acquired in the math-
Mr. Rodney St. Dizier, chairman of the
department, announced that the new
books would provide the means for teach-
ing the modern method, which is entirely
structural, for the first time in all math
The department's 17 math teachers
gathered during pre-school conference
week to stamp the 2100 new books.
Also, a full year of calculus in addition
to the regular math analysis course, was
offered this year.
Termed "fantastic" by Mr. St. Dizier
was senior Dale Hagstrom who broke all
kinds of records in eight-state regional
competition of the National Mathematics
Dale was the only student in the area
to turn in a score over 100.
Marked changes were also effected in
the 35 classes listed in the schedule in
the science department. Increased enroll-
ment in biology classes for the last few
years prompted the addition of a second
year biology course, taught by Mrs. Ruth
A drop in enrollment in physics and
chemistry was reported as students fav-
ored the biological sciences.
Science students took advantage of
facilities outside school, often taking tours
of local installations having scientific in-
terest. The annual Science Fair stimulated
out-of-class experimentation and research.
"ONLY 900 more books to stamp," Mr. Rodney St. Dizier, chairman of the mathematics department, in-
forms his co-workers, Mrs. Martha Arnold and Miss Margaret Thompson, during pre-school work week.
ITOPJ STUDY formula. ICENTERI measure chemicals. IBOTTOMJ check reaction.
Steps in a chemistry lab experiment are carefully charted by Becky McNary.
Science, Mathematics 0 59
UP, DOWN, up, down . . , calisthenics are part of
the daily routine in boys' physical education classes.
Balanced A enda Stresses Variety
by Providing Valuable Experiences
"We feel we meet the standards set
by the National Physical Fitness Council
with our program at Northwest for both
boys and girls," said Physical Education
instructor Don Van Pool.
As part of a city-wide program, physical
fitness tests were given in each class.
The thirty-three members of the Mod-
ern Dance class were in constant demand
for programs throughout the city area.
They performed on three television
shows, at assembly programs at several
schools and were assisted by beginning
classes in presenting their annual dance
pageant April T7-18.
For those with particular interests and
aptitudes, girls' sixth hour sports class,
depending largely on the weather, of-
fered tennis, bowling, softball and vol-
lntra-school girls competitive sports
GRACE AND POISE are reflected in modern dance patterns by Terry Green, Darla Shelden, Cindy Brown,
Gail Simmons, and Susan Black who rehearse several hours a day preparing for programs.
0 Physical Education, Industrial Arts
program was curtailed last year, so no
regular schedule of games was played as
Fifty-three students journeyed by bus
each day to 4901 S. Bryant where they at-
tended trade classes half-days at the Vo-
cational Technical Education Center. Three
Northwest students were elected to
school offices there.
Industrial Arts and Vocational Education
courses demanded imagination in all per-
spectives, whether it was creating or
Students had opportunities to get on
the iob training in a program of mechan-
ical drawing, woodwork, printing, pho-
tography, auto mechanics, and architec-
The only woman in the state to teach
electronics, Mrs. Faye Hobson instructed
29 boys in a two-year electronics course.
TO FINISH his woodwork class project, David Yeag-
ley works after school in the industrial arts shop.
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PERFECT GIRL CURLS for her wiglet are expertly styled by Shirley Clay, cosmetology student.
TAKING ADVANTAGE of the services of manicurist Donna Schier
in the cosmetology department is Assistant Principal Harold Crain.
62 o Cosmetology
Certifies 'Beauty Aides'
So you had a date and your hair was a
This was no problem at Northwest be-
cause of the 36 budding Cosmetologists
ready to set, style, and frost hair into
the latest modes.
"Curves that blend with curls were
this year's general trend," said new in-
structor, Miss Claudette Hoatson. She was
a member of the Thunderbirds, a unique
organization which sets trends in hair
Five new mannequins for practice were
acquired by the department this year.
In its third year as a part of North-
west's curriculum, one of the proiects of
the department was the organization of
a chapter of the Vocational and Industrial
Club of America. Only VICA representa-
tives are eligible to compete in district
and state contests, so Northwest cosme-
tologists were able to fulfill all require-
After completing the tvvo-year course,
students may take their examinations for
licenses from the State Board of Cosme-
For the first time a club sweetheart
was crowned at a spring banquet.
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EAM KITCHENS for their future homes are designed by seniors Penny Almack and Dee BEST pan gf Foqds Class is eming fhe goodies! Thanksgiving dinner ,5
e Buckmaster for a first semester term proiect in home decorating class, served by Sheila Crownover and Linda Cook to hungry classmates,
Courses Marked for Immediate-Use
Stress Participation in Activities
Arts and skills were developed in ex-
panded course offerings in home econom-
A marked increase in interest in the
popular Family Relations classes was not-
ed as fifteen boys enrolled for the first
time. Last year seven boys joined the de-
Problems of budgeting, housing, and
social adjustment were considered in
these classes, while specialized courses
were provided in clothing, foods, and in-
A panel of boys was selected by mem-
bers of the Family Relations class to par-
ticipate in a series of discussions on dat-
ing and social problems.
Six sections of this course, taught by
department chairman, Mrs. Ramah Miller,
were offered this year. Because of popu-
lar demand, seven sections will be formed
next year. Also, students were active in
defending the teaching of sex education.
Some of the topics considered were
parent relationships, teen-age marriages,
and individual anxieties.
In the spring, child care classes re-
ceived practical experience operating a
nursery school. Toys and materials used
in the proiect were designed and con-
structed by members of the class.
Students took field trips to learn more
about their areas of interest. Clothing
classes visited fabric centers to study
Films and guest speakers added in-
terest to class activities. Through these
media, students were provided informa-
tion concerning professional careers in
home economics fields.
Home Economics o
Novel Methods Broaden Outlook, Develop
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"SEE-I DOUBLED my money overnight." Economics student Kevin Dun
Comprehensive courses designed to
prepare students for entry into the busi-
ness world were offered by the business
and distributive education departments.
New electronics laboratory equipment
enabled business education teachers to
provide more individual assistance.
Class work afforded DE students the
opportunity to learn marketing, sales, and
services, supplemented by on-the-iob
training. This combination provided prep-
aration for the responsibilities of employ-
Twenty-two students in Cooperative
Office Education, under the direction of
Mrs. Ivy Copeland, attended a two-hour
business machines class and worked in
Class members earned a total of
530,000 in salaries this year. Mari Spen-
cer claimed the top salary first semester
A new mobile drive-o-trainer helped
accommodate the overflow enrollment in
driver training classes.
This spring students who had taken
drivers training were eligible to com-
pete for 58,000 in prizes in a safety
Entrants composed essays or slogans
and designed posters to vie for school
and city cash awards.
"BUT he won't fit in your stocking," insists sales girl Linda Humphrey, Distributive Education student, as
she waits on impatient Christmas shopper, Darla Shelden, in a local department store.
.,..., .,,1 ..' - ,.. - . ,A .. .,,. - if ww displayed
E' .. . . 'lr' .,, eff' 'iii ' A N on the new mobile Drive-o-
m.,.,s---w-H-e'+'s"'st" """""""""""'i l"" if , A ' Trainer by Becky Rhea, Rosalind
E A fl' lll' ' Pogue, Jim Powell, and Mindy
A A ' Swank, sophomore students.
OKLAHOMA mv Bom or EDUCATION
Oofza fed by
mnepenoeut INSURANCE AGENTS of '
OKLAHOMA CITY J y W bggw Wmmm
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LINED UP to greet State Attorney General G T Blankenshu
guest speaker at the D E banquet are Davnd Mason Pat Falgou
instructor Robert Dunlap Andy Langley, and Lrnda Humphre
Roll call, minutes, beated discussions
Gavels bring meetings to order
Projects, programs, total involvement H -I
r anizations to fre
Of The young!
Adventure, fulfillment, a sense of belonging
Growing up means doing one's part.
"FROM TRUTH, I light the candle of Initiative." Quill and Scroll vice presi-
dent, Anne Funderburk, initiates Mike Buchanan into the iournalistic inter-
national honor society during ceremonies at the annual banquet March l0.
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"THIS COURT ETIQUETTE handbook needs revising," decide Student Council officers Cindy Moy, treasurer,
Frank Marwood, president, Bill Lacy, vice presidentg Mary Stacy, secretary.
"UH-OH! These don't match," exclaims Jane Edmondson to Scott Rayburn while
they hunt for mates as they work in the slice check room at a school mixer.
68 0 Student Council
Processes Approved by Solons
Guideline for the Student Council ac-
tivities this year was the motto, "Unity
through Diversity," adopted by the Coun-
cil in September.
"The major goal," explained President
Frank Marwood, "was in the area of hu-
A Human Relations Board was headed
by Jeff Cohen and created to study and
report on problems resulting from the
Board ot Education's new integration pol-
icy. The group was ot equal membership
Beginning with the "Howdy Mixer"
the first week of school, Council spon-
sored mixers several weekends a month,
published the school handbook, directed
Cupid Express, operated the Student
Store and managed all school elections.
Bill Lacy, vice president in charge of
elections, reported a record breaking turn-
out at the polls in the freshman class elec-
tions in October.
Students sent Valentine messages via
Cupid Express, a traditional Council proi-
Council members attended Inter-City
meetings once a month and participated
in the City Visitation Day programs.
"SINCE I'm buying these tickets from you, would you like to go with me?" Wayne
Smith asks Leslie Carpenter, Student Council chairman ofthe Social Committee.
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Council Officers Set Pattern
for Knightland's Activities
APPOINTED OFFlCERS: Bart Shedeck, store managerg Susie Powers, recording secretaryg
Sally Kendall, historiang Jeff Cohen, chaplain, Martin Amiclc, parliamentarian.
WONDERING if he can make room for a shipment of crepe paper
man Greg Shedeck shelves new stock in the student stofe.
CAMPUS NEATNE55 is The VeSP0n5lblllTY of "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" Barbie Lippert and Gary Johnson chant to Miss Mildred Marson, German teacher, Presenting
Dlfk Randall, building and 9f0UnClS Chalfman- teachers a birthday apple is a traditional courtesy established by Student Council,
70 0 Student Council
ENTERTAINER 'Martha Knott KLEFTJ leads past PTSA president Mrs. Jack Howard, and.Mrs. Selden Fant in an impromptu song and dance routine in
Patterson, Mrs. Jack Mills, Mrs. Gene Moss, Mrs. Joseph Kelso, Mrs. Robert observance of Founder's Day, which commemorates 62 years of PTSA service
New areas of interest concerned PTSA
members this year following the organi-
zation of SOS CSanity on Sexl, composed
of parents protesting the teaching of sex
education in the schools. Northwest was
singled out as a special target.
Mrs. John Bayless, Executive Board
member, defended the curriculum by
pointing out that only trained teachers
were permitted to give such instruction.
Northwest's PTSA chapter sponsored
the following traditional activities: Open
House, teacher appreciation luncheon, Ca-
reer Day, Founder's Day Program.
Mrs. W. Rogers Abbott served as state
PTA president and presided at the state
meeting November 12-14 in Muskogee.
Patrons of Taft Junior High School at-
tended a question and answer period pre-
sented January T6 by counselors, ad-
ministrative staff and students. The pro-
gram was designed to orient parents.
urriculum to Protestors
PTSA EXECUTIVE BOARD-CSEATEDJ Mrs. Jack Mills, pres., Mrs. Gerald B. Emerson, lst v. pres.,
KSTANDINGJ Mrs. Robert L. Lippert, treas.p Mrs Joe Stacy, 2nd v. pres.: Mrs. Clay Pape, hist,, Mrs.
John Bayless, 3rd v. pres.
PTSA o 7l
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-BOTTOM ROW: S. Cooper, parl., D. Hagstrom, chapl., M. Owen, D. Jordan, J. Cheatham. ROW 2: A
Parrish, J. Jacobson, L. Phelps, P. Hughes, D. Heuser, S. Robinson. ROW 3: C. Cornell, C. Moy, K. Taylor, D. Cordell, A, Wright
ROW 4: S. Hatfield, S. Kendall, T. Kennedy, C. Wilson, T. Green, S, Suggs, S. Cheatham. TOP ROW: B. Kitchen, F. Johnson, R
Brown, P. Smith, D. Orahood, L. Harper.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-BOTTOM ROW: S. Watkins, pres., J. Maier, v. pres., D. LaFaver, sec.,
J. Glass, asS't. sec., R. Parker, treas. ROW 2: D. Langston, D. Moses, C. Coggins, L. Hodges, J. Wilson.
ROW 3: D. Baker, L. Landguth, B. Gustin, L. Meek, B. Hale, C. Schlib. ROW 4: R. Birdwell, R. Flood,
J. Stunz, P. Taylor, D. Kellert, G. Riley, P. Cotton, A. Stocker. TOP ROW: R. Matlock, M. Amick, J.
Morozuk, L. Webster, J. Trent, D. Ruedy, L. Moody.
"WELL, KATHY, this is what we've been waiting for." Bobby Stoldt adiusts Kathy Taylor's Honor
Society cord, The cord, symbol of distinction, is worn at graduation exercises by all members.
72 0 National Honor Society
Gals utnumber Guys in NW 'Smart Se '
Are the girls brainier than the boys in
Knightland? Statistics seem to prove this
to be true.
For the sixth consecutive year more
girls than boys have been inducted into
the National Honor Society here.
The top ten per cent of the senior class
was initiated October 28, and five per
cent more during the middle of March.
Included in this initiation ceremony were
the top five per cent of the iunior class.
' Nine members of the National Honor
Society were named finalists in National f ,fix
lMerit Scholarship competition. Ten re-
ceived letters ot commendation.
Requirement for initiation into the
Honor Language Club was tive semesters
l . 4P"""'u"'OK
of B plus average in any one language.
Sixty-tive linguistic scholars were initiated
March 30 in the school Social Center.
Although neither of these honor clubs
is a service organization, they both es-
tablished tutoring programs this year.
"IF THIS tastes like it looks, l'll pass." President Barbara Ketchum samples cheese at a club party.
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HONOR LANGUAGE-BOTTOM ROW- D. Jordan, pres., R. Birdwell, v. pres., D. Cordell, secftreasq L.
Moody, L. Meyers, reporter. ROW 2: J. Wilson, P. Hughes, S. Cooper, J. Jacobson, C. Coggins, C. Schilb, L.
sa M., Phelps. ROW 3: S. Cheatham, J. Glass, N. Rice, P. Stewart, L. Meek, D. Baker, M, Straube. ROW 4: D. La-
ss I Faver, T. Earley, S. Kendall, S. Suggs, S. Bevins, C. Moy, B. Hale, K. Henager. M. Owen. TOP ROW: N.
Arnold, T. Kennedy, A, Parrish, T. Rich, D, Hagstrom, R, Parker, M. Amick, J. Cheatham, J. Maier.
Honor Language 0 73
MU ALPHA THETA-BOTTOM ROW: P. Stewart, C. St. Dizier, sponsor. ROW 3: R. Thompson, S. Palmer, Halter, S. Tebow, C. Jackson, S. Reid, L. Johnson, A.
Bailey, C. Schmidt, G. Miller, M. Vaeth, D. Lievsay, B. Kamenesky, K. Myers, D. Hosek, K. Lynch, D. Larimore, R. Robertson, M. Scott. TOP ROW: S.
D. Pulley, S. Tigert. ROW 2: J. Ringwald, D. Emery, Odom, C. Gray, K. Fondren, S. Thomas, S. Massey, Newman, D. Ezekiel, J. Taylor, L. Bailey, T. Geist, D.
M. Quinn, B. Delano, C. Hulett, S. Kimerer, J. Coyle, D. Schilb, J. Beal, S. Pinix. ROW 4: D. Thompson, M. Grob, M. Kashner, J. Hugg, T. Lout, D. Tierce, D.
J. Maguire, L. McAmis, B. Trosper, M. Thorn, Mr. R. Parsons, B. Ketchum, A. McNeil, J. Edmondson, L. Shadid, D. West.
Top Scholars, Artists Join International
MU ALPHA THETA-BOTTOM ROW: P. Smith, pres., R. Parker, v. pres., A. Parrish, secretary, C. Wilson, treas., R. Harrison, P. Cotton.
ROW 2: E. Hodges, L, Landguth, D. Heuser, C. Hulett, C. Schilb, L. Phelps, M. Owen. ROW 3: R. Birdwell, D. La Faver, J, Stunz, T.
Kennedy, D. Watson, D. Cordell, D. Baker, L. Meek. ROW 4: A. Wright, D. Jordan, T, Rich, J. Cheatham, S. Robinson, T, Earley, J.
Maier. ROW 5: L. Webster, D. Ruedy, R. Matlock, B. Jackson, K, Clark, D. Hagstrom, L, Harper,
74 o Mu Alpha Theta
ART HONOR SOCIETY-BOTTOM ROW: B. McGaugl1y,
pres., S. Baker, v. pres., K. Kelsay, sec., L. Lanyon,
treas., K. Mandabach, parl,. C. Montgomery, chapl.
ROW 2: S. Horton, J. Jacobson, D. Langston, D.
Gustin, D. Moses, D. Meyer, N. Yount, S. Stroud,
Formerly Honor Math, Mu Alpha Theta
fulfilled requirements for the International
Honor Society in its third year of affilia-
tion with the nation's other 900 chapters.
Although the national grade standard
for admission is a B average, Northwest's
chapter continued to require a 3.75 in
three semesters of math, which means
a member must have at least two A's,
and not more than one B, for entrance. A
3.5 is required to remain a member. A
member must agree to enroll in mathe-
matics through his senior year.
Initiation ceremonies were conducted
for 64 new members November ll.
National Art Honor Society members
were encouraged to explore new medias
in art by visits to local art exhibits.
Applicants for membership in the club
this year had to submit eight pieces of
art work in three medias. Forty-two mem-
bers met on alternate Wednesdays to
view and discuss their work.
Society member, Don Kilpatrick, de-
signed a clothing tag label which was
purchased and adopted by a large sports-
Winning Honors in Young Talent in
Oklahoma competition were Patty
Hughes, Shelly Horton, Janice Thompson.
Mrs. V. Jenkins, sponsor. ROW 3: K. Owen, C.
St. George, N. Meriwether, S. Holt, J. Maguire, B.
Hale, B. Snow, C. Kostka, J. Medford, Miss E.
Urmston, sponsor. ROW 4: B. McHenry, T. Swingle,
C. Saied, C. Longley, P. Hughes, J. Wilson, L.
Marden, B. Kamp, V. Vaughn, Mrs. C. Porta, spon-
sor. TOP ROW: D. Catron, M. Brower, L. Boyle, K.
Knesek, D. Darr, M. Standefer, M. Hampton, D.
Murray, S. Dobson, K, Burleson, Mr. A. Cohran,
CINDY LONGLEY lives dangerously as she checks the guard while examining a sculpture at the Art Center.
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CHILDREN are enchanted by Melvin Miller, Great Books Club president, as he entertains them during a
weekly babysitting session. The children belong to parents attending night classes at Riverside school,
GREAT BOOKS CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: M. Miller, pres.: J. Cohen, v. pres.: C. Emery, sec.-treas., P. Hughes,
F. Johnson, C. Coggins, C. Knop. ROW 2: S. Jessee, D. Hill, S. Cooper, D. Heuser, D. Cordell, R. Birdwell,
K. Blakey, B. Gustin, S. Gordon. ROW 3: J. Gimpel, T. Doughty, J. Herrmann, J. Crowe, B. Hale, K. Kearney,
J. Glass, G. Johnson. ROW 4: D. Humphrey, K. Beck, C. Beachboard, S. Cheatham, S. Kendall, D. Barker, J.
Cheatham, S. Flynn, D. Duvall. TOP ROW: T. Ham, D. Jordon, D. Hagstrorn, G. Jones, B. Byers, R. Brown,
M. Amick, J. Morozuk.
"YOU SEE, the earth is really flat." Mrs. Janie Creek-
more, sponsor, tells new member, Larry Parker.
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"Absolutely the most interesting groupi
in school to work with!" Sponsor Janie
Creekmore described the Flat Earth So-i
ciety as a club dedicated to open forum,
with social and civic progress its goal.
In their efforts to establish an egalitar-
ian society, all members were declaredl
Members attended lectures by the
Washington D.C. Negro leader, the Rev.
Channing Phillips, District Attorney Cur-
tis Harris, and Dr. W. Schecter, psychia-
Small and large groups of Great Books
Club members could be spotted at most
ofthe city's cultural activities.
They formed theater parties to attend
screenings such as "Romeo and Juliet"
Melvin Miller, club president, headed
a group which babysat for parents at-
tending night classes at a southside
school. Club members were assigned to
entertain children every Monday night.
Devotees Probe Human Relations Issues
EARTH SOCIETY BOTTOM ROW: R. Moesel, D. Knop, A. Wright, M. Owen, S. Jessee, D. La Faver, Cordell, C, Moy, M, Nobles, J, Gibson, TOP ROW:
G Johnson J Cohen J. Morozuk, R. Parker. M. Parsons, B. McGaughy, J. Ervin, Mr. Johson, prin- J, MgPher5Qn, R, Branham, D, Jordon, T, Rich, D,
2 R Story A Schmidt S. Brown, L. Parker, L. cipal. ROW 4: Mrs. Speed, sponsor, A. Cooper, S. Humphrey, S, Wells, J, Hugg, 3, Gordon, M, Amick,
C Schilb R McCoy F Marwood. ROW 3: C. Kendall, L. Moody, S. Cooper, S. Cheatham, D.
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GREAT BOOKS-BOTTOM ROW: C. Wilson, N. Rice, A. Reid, F. Marwood, R. McCoy, B. McGaughy, M. Lyon. ROW 2: B. Latham, C.
Schilb, D. Baker, C. Smart, D. Watson, J. Stephens, L. Phelps, Mrs. Linda Moore, Sponsor. ROW 3: L. Moody, D. Young, N. Arnold, B.
Vogel, D. La Faver, M. Owen, L. Meek, K. Linn. ROW 4: R. Parker, S. Robinson, J. Maier, G. Simmons, A. Parrish, A. Stooker. TOP ROW:
B. Phillips, R. Parsley, L. Myers, J. Morozuk, T. Rich, P. Smith, J. Trent, S, Jones, A. Wrighr.
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FBLA-BOTTOM ROW, S. Maxwell, pres., R. Fulwider, v. pres., J. Cole, sec., J. Stunz, treas., Mrs. E. Hermann, sponsor, Mrs. S. Kerns, sponsor.
ROW 2: S. Harry, K. Duncan, K. Maxwell, M. Marcotte, P. Pogue, S. Barron, P. Ball, T. Garrett, L. Webb, S. White. ROW 3: C. Curtis, A. Simonson,
D. Hosek, D. Tidwell, W. Beleele, D. Spradlin, B. Gustin, A. Robertson, K. McKee, D. Seaman. ROW Az S. Sheline, V. Pontious, D. Stotts, J. Cornelison,
M. Hampton, K. Hewes, C. Stuart, S. Young, B. Coates, V. Shumaker. TOP ROW: B. Howard, D. McKinney, J. Neville, R. Keith, R. Hunter, S. Harris,
D. Burnett, D. Petty, M. Spencer, G. Bays.
SYMPHONY HI-NOTES-BOTTOM ROW: D. Orahood, pres., K. Beck, v. pres., S. Watkins, sec., S. Morris,
treas. ROW 2: S. Crase, K. Gibson, P. Lotskat, L. Pulley. ROW 3: S, Clark, C. Emery, S. Hurst, M. Skaruk. TOP
ROW: Mrs. R. Norris, sponsor, L. Moody, C. Lutz, B. Phillips,
Making a sale to Mallonie Quinn during Library Club's paper back
book sale are club officers Tom Mc!-Xmis and Mindy Brewster.
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LIBRARY CLUB-Mrs. N. Call, Mrs. A. Doughty, sponsors, M. Brewster, pres., sgt,-at-arms, D. Slater, chapl., D. Stahl.
S. Patty, C. Marshall, hist.g D. Collins, R. Sampson, treas., S. Mapes, R. Merrow,
sgt.-at-arms, D. Slater, chapl.g D. Stahl.
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Northwest's Symphony Hi-Notes Club
played a leadership role in city music
Senior Don Orahood served as Inter-
City president, directing the activities of
groups in I5 area high schools.
Club members ushered at City Sym-
phony Concerts and related events. They
acquired a school display case for an-
nouncements and supplied a "paint-in"
booth at the Arts Festival.
Library Club sponsored a paper back
book sale in March to finance club proi-
ects. Members attended book reviews and
toured city libraries where they learned
about new trends in library procedures.
Members commemorated National Li-
brary Week April 20-26 with the theme,
"Be All You Can Be-Read."
In its second year, Future Business
Leaders of America offered worthwhile
experiences for students planning a careers
in the business world. The school Co-
operative Office Education class was an
integral part of the club's program.
Members sent Valentines to boys in
Vietnam, worked at the Business Oppor-
tunities booth during the State Fair, and
attended the FBLA convention at the Skir-
vin Hotel, March 21-23.
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FRENCH CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: B. Ketchum, pres., B. McCubbin, D. Alper, C. Gray, P. Owen, C
D. Mitchell, first v. pres., D. Humphrey, second v. Schmidt, M. Robinson.'ROW 3: C. Gautreaux, M
pres., D. LaFaver, sec.: D. Odom, corres. sec.: L. John- Owen, J. Glass, L. Landguth, D. Lievsay, B. Hale, L
Hayes, L. Ramsey, A. George, J. Maguire, J. Bradley
son, treas.: N. Perry, hist, ROW 2: J. Wilson, M.
ROW 4: P. Glenn, M. Wilson, S. Jessee, N. Arnold
Butler, R. McCoy, J. Haggard, D. Barnett, N, Dishman,
A. Funderburk, B. Slade, L. Danzinger, K. Rogers, D.
Cavanaugh, J. Wolfley, Mrs. M. Kozak. TOP ROW: S.
Tigert, C. Felber, L. Bailey, B. Knop, L. Halter, A.
McNeil, M. Mason, B. Boyle, B. McLaughlin, S. Hunt-
ress, S. Pinix.
Kni htlandfs Largest Club Endorses ode
FRENCH CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: A. Parrish, M, Mor. ROW 3: L. Phelps, K. Blakey, M. Just, A. Schneider, S. Vassilopoulos, P. Houk. TOP ROW: N. Mills,
gensen, B. Kamenesky, S. Palmer, S. Cooper, C, K. Mitchell, M. Parsons, C. Hulett. ROW 4: L. Label, DeGuisti, J, Stunz, D. Ezekiel, D. Duncan, R.
Perkins. ROW 2: D. Sandgarten, M. Lyon, M. Dietrich, N. Hodgson, K. Jenks, L. Gray, L. Tatum, M. Hampton, F- DUDCBYL N- Rice, 5- DOWCJY, J. Hill.
C. Myers, A. Hill, J. Stephens, C. Walker, E. Doles.
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JCL-BOTTOM ROW: L. Phelps, pres.: J. Cheatham,
v. pres.: D. Cordell, treas.: R. Parker, sec.: D. Watson,
hist.: A. Wright, parl., Mrs. J. Creekmore, Miss L.
Lippmann, sponsors. ROW 2: D. Carman, H. Hall, P.
Brandell, T. Kennedy, M. Lyon, S. Massey, C. Foster,
D. Chesler, S. Whittle, A. Gillespie, T. Schmidt. ROW
"Going from last year's inactive status
:to the largest club at Northwest was a
drastic iump," laughed Barbara Ketchum,
French Club president.
Second semester l53 members paid
dues to give the French Club claim to the
title of the school's largest club.
In December a "cheese tasting" party
was held in the cafeteria. Twenty-seven
kinds of cheese were sampled.
An annual tradition was the Yule Log
bake sale at Christmas time. "This is the
lsecond year," said sponsor Mariorie Ko-
zak, "that all the French pastry was sold
out before I could get there third lunch
To encourage interest in the culture
and language of Ancient Greece and
Rome, the Junior Classical League spon-
sored a variety of activities.
Delegates Lou Ann Phelps, president,
and Al Wright were chosen to represent
the group at state and national conven-
l Rounding out the year's activities was
the Roman style banquet at the Local
Federal Bank building.
In true Roman tradition, underclass-
men served as slaves to patrician mem-
bers, clad appropriately in Roman togas.
3: C. Craig, A. Cooper, T. Lippert, K. Nobles, L
Davis, J. Ervin, J. Edmondson, D. Loving, G. Little
D. Pierce, D. Staten, M. Thom, D. Hagstrom, L. Parkeri
ROW 4: R. Branham, C. Cowper, L. Lanyon, A
Stooker, L. Moody, S. Kendall, C. Moy, S. Cheatham
G. Gilson, A. Larimore, D. Hall,
trander. TOP ROW: D. Randall, M.
B. Phillips, T. Rich, B. Johnson, J.
T. Lout, D. Grob, S. Kellert, D.
B. Shedeck, B. Byers.
R. Moesel, M. Os
Schell, S. Gordon
Cohen, M. Nobles:
Meyer, D. Shifrin
HER SALES PITCH WORKS-Judy Crowe sells a stadium cushion to Mrs. Jane Smith, financial secretary, to
raise money for French Club's trip to France. Twenty-one members will tour France this SUmm8f.
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GERMAN CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: B. schunz, c. walker, Row 3: R. Tefnil, K. zann, A. spnler, s. Phipps, s.
G. Miller, M. Ragan, L. Meek. ROW 2: R. Shinn, M. Sherwood, M. Spaeth, R. Hammond. ROW 4: T.
Parsons, J. Marshall, C, Schilb, J. Taylor, A. Snyder. Strickland, J- Melsslngeff G- Rllfefi C- Wellii H- ROUN-
son, C. Salyer, S. Rayburn, N. Ptomey. TOP ROW: R
Stapp, C. Rutledge, R. Mee, M. Nance, B. Winston
D. Pape, K. Schwoerke, B. Busch, K. Purcell.
Travel Experience Lures School Lin uists
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"THIS IS the town l liked best," points out Senior Glen Ashmore as he, Pat Hinkle, and Micky Homsey,
report to the German Club about their sixiweek study tour of Germany last summer.
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Natives of Spain and Germany served
as guest speakers at monthly meetings
of German and Spanish Clubs.
In its fourth year, the Spanish Club,
l-lispano Americano, launched several
Rick Pursley, club president, organized
a group of eight students to go to Spain
on an exchange institute. Club members
sponsored proiects to help finance their
To add flavor to meetings, scheduled
alternate Fridays, members were required
to speak only Spanish.
German Club members featured films
and discussions by Frau Faye Shinn, spon-
sor, and 17 members who traveled
abroad last summer.
The students accompanied Mrs. Dorit
Hall, former German Club sponsor, and
Counselor Carolyn Wakely to a six-Week
language institute at a branch of lnns-
bruck University in Mayrhofen, Austria,
Pictures and talks of their experiences
highlighted meetings. Party favors at the
annual Christmas party were small wood-
en German figures acquired by club
members while in Austria last summer.
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GERMAN CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: B. Hale, pres., C. Lane, J. Coyle, D. House. ROW 3: S. Diehl, M. Diehl, Henager, P, Hinkle, J. Edmondson, D. Logan, B.
Coggins, v, pres., N. Meriwether, D. Jordan, D. W. Black, M. Easterday, R. Liles, C. Garmire, P. Bgrdwell, TOP RQW: J, Bfgnkworfhl B, Boeser T.
Logan, K. Lynch, R. Birdwell. ROW 2: K. Andrews, Jones, B. Coggins, B. Keesee, L. Brooks. ROW 4: Haddock, T. Kanosf, B. Ginn, R. Larwig, M. Kashner,
K. Jones, M. Craig, C. Huleft, J. Ervin, L. Gregory, D. J. Borgerf, G. Hagsfrom, L. Harris, C. Bielsfein, K. M, A,-nick, J, Huggr B, Logan.
SPANISH CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: R. Pursley, pres.: L. Meek, v. pres., P. Tuel, K. Blackburn, L. Dye. ROW 2: T. Earley, S. Dowdy, D. Darr, J. Kern, E.
Doles, S. Pike. ROW 3: K. Steves, J. Maier, D. Baker, S. Tebow, S. Petry, M, Vaeth, D. Hosek. ROW 4: Mr. J. Culberf, sponsor, C. Newman, M. Parks,
M. Brown, M. Ford, L. Traska, R. Hays. TOP ROW: R. Matlock, K. Boafman, D. Reichert, B. Kitchen, R. Patard, K. Myers, M, Bonebrake.
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PAT FALGOUT JUDY COLCLASURE LINDA HUMPHREY
D.E. Princess D.E. Queen D.E. Princess
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-BOTTOM ROW: M. saker, L. Kelley, J. Cornelison, B. Snow, P. Childress. Wallace, S. Colclasure, W. O'Bryant, B. Denton. TOP
Nance, pres., P. Falgout, sec., J. Colclasure, hishg ROW 3: G. Thompson, V. Gaddy, K. Gautreaux, D. ROW: K. Frank, J. Reynolds, D. Goodman, P. Acker-
L. Humphrey, freas.p J. Epperson, D. Mason, v. pres. Fitz, T. West, B. Kelley, S. Dobson, D. Tillman. ROW man, D. Honiker, L. Grussendorf, M. Dickinson, B.
ROW 2: J. Cawthon, B. Tennis, S. Porter, T. Hun- 4: D. Goddard, R. Bingham, R. Clinton, M. Tony, R. Powers, Mr. B. Dunlap, sponsor.
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VlCAfBOTTOM ROW: T. Stinson, pres.: P. Rosenberg, v. pres.: B. Flatt, sec.: D. Lawson, treas., ROW 2:
C. Dinwiddie, rep.: D. Schier, chapl., T. Zaikis, parl., M. Rice. ROW 3: B. Eubanks, P. Murphey, S. Sochor,
L. Rainbolt, Miss C, Hoatson, sponsor. ROW 4: L. Hetherington, M. Hooker, N. Lamb, J. Huffman, D. Den-
ham. TOP ROW: L. Roberts, B. Neely, S. Thomas, S. Clay, -l. Wilson, G. Wood.
LEFT: A Scrapbook concerning D.E, activities is compiled by Judy Colclasure
and Mark Nance. BELOW: Presentation of VICA sweethearts, Brenda Flatt,
Teresa Stinson, Marcie Hooker, and Donna Schier highlights the club's meeting.
N :,sQ R 1 for All Aspects
of Future Career
"lt's not a girI's name," laughed Spon-
sor Claudette Hoatson about VICA, North-
west's club for cosmetologists, "but Voca-
tional Industrial Club of America."
In its second year VICA attained TOO
per cent membership from the cosmetol-
Latest trends in hair styles were dem-
onstrated by club members in district and
regional contests in April. Entries were
determined by preliminary contests in in-
dividual school clubs.
For the first time VICA girls selected
a chapter sweetheart. Four girls were
nominated: Donna Schier, Teresa Stinson,
Brenda Flatt, and Marcie Hooker. Donna
was crowned queen April 3.
Participants in the Distributive Educa-
tion Club attended Leadership Confer-
ences and hosted employers at their an-
nual banquet January Qi.
Judy Colclasure was crowned queen
for the second consecutive year at the
cIub's annual spring breakfast in April.
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B. Copley, M. Nobles, R. McNern, W. Morris. STANDING: R. Ream, S,
SCIENCE CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: D. Hagstrom, pres., ke, R, Pursley, T. Weiss, C, Emery. R
R. Barker, v.pres., M, Parsons, sec., L. Ramsey, Skvorc, B. Latham, R. Haas, P. Erickson,
frees. ROW 2: Mrs. R, Bryant, C. Schilb, K. Schwoer- S, Tigen, ROW Ag R. Gimpel, D. Hall,
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Perham, R. Pafard, M. Thom, R. Thomford, D. Silberman, K. Henry,
OW 3: C, M. Clark, F. Johnson, S, Wind. TOP ROW.
D, Barrett, R. Franklin, R. Moesel, B. Phillips, D. Jordan, K,
J. Coyle, Beck, J. Hugg, L. Harper.
counter by Science Club members Carla Emery and Barbara Latham, both seniors
EFFECTS of a powerful radioactive liquid on bean plants are assessed with the use of a sensitive geiger
Activities Stimulate Researe
Reactivated after five years, the Chess
with T3 members and sponsored a spring
tournament under the direction of Mr
Rodney St. Dizier, sponsor.
Thirty Science Club members met on
alternate Wednesdays with Mrs. Marie
Bryant, sponsor, to explore such scien-
tific fields as radioactivity and taxidermy.
For the third year the club encouraged
entries in the city science fair by offering
STOO to be divided among students re-
questing aid to finance proiects.
Field trips were taken to Kerr McGee
Planetarium, Belle lsle Power Plant, and
the Science Museum of the University of
Electronics Club provided its T7 mem- are-'
bers 325,000 worth of equipment with
which to experiment in the electronics
Club renewed its charter in December
laboratory on Monday afternoon and
Tuesday night sessions.
"Our superior facilities," said Mrs. Faye
Hobson, sponsor, "offer our club mem-
bers exceptional opportunities in the tech-
Boys prepared a special lighting dis-
play for PTSA Open House. Trips were
made to the FAA electronics department,
OSU Tech School, and Western Electric.
J. Phipps, L. Harper, B. Black.
OPERATION of the dictaphone he made is demon-
started by Richard Manies in Electronics meeting.
ELECTRONICS CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: T. Rueb, v. pres., R. Helt, pres., D. Tierce. ROW 2: R. Sheltman, D.
Ruedy, R. Creech, Mrs. F. Hobson, sponsor. ROW 3: R. Parker, D. Adler, R. Manies, S. Evans. TOP ROW:
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Service Groups Pla , too - Trek to ardi
BOUND for New Orleans and the Mardi Gras are thirteen Hi-Y members and their sponsors.
HI-Y-BOTTOM ROW: B. Fleetwood, pres.: J. Abney,
v.pres., B. Bergmann, sec., A. Langley, treas.7 J.
French, G. Ritter, Sgt.-at-arms. ROW 2: D. Fitzger-
ald, A. Atkins, C. Turpin, K. Frank, R, Capron, D.
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Randall, R. Chaney, D, Campbell. ROW 3: B. How
ard, S. Flynn, J. Shrode, F. Read, T. Peek, D. Ora
hood, P. Ownbey. ROW 4: M. Simmons, T. Thomp-
son, M. Stephens, P, Rattan, D. Littlefield, J. Rig
gall, T. Cooley, Mr. D. Simpson. TOP ROW: M
Kent, G. FinleYf R. Matlock, R. Hunter, G. McNutt
B, Mallonee, S. Mitchell, K. Duncan, P. Ackerman.
Service proiects occupied Red Cross
and Hi-Y members throughout the year.
"Helping Hand," a tutoring and recrea-
tion program set up by County Red Cross
for underprivileged children, was sup-
ported by school delegates who volun-
teered their time.
Liz Tatum was elected president and
Melinda Stone treasurer of the County
Council which met the third Tuesday of
Ten Northwest representatives ioined
TOO area students for a Leadership De-
velopment workshop November l-3 at
Methodist Canyon Camp.
The annual advisory donut sale fi-
nanced the year's proiects.
Hi-Y boys "adopted" a needy family be-
fore Thanksgiving. A month's supply of
food was donated at Christmas time.
Thirteen Hi-Y'ers chartered a plane and,
accompanied by Sponsor Dennis Simpson,
flew to the New Orleans Mardi Gras.
ln March boys participated in the Youth
in Government sessions at the Capitol.
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PASSING OUT DONUTS in advisory are representatives Alfreda George, Diane Farthing, and Rhonda Fleming.
RED CROSS-BOTTOM ROW: L. Carrington, pres., lian, L. Hall. ROW 3: K. Meyers, M. Dietrich, C. Formby, M. Fitts, J. Knesek, L. Tatum. TOP ROW: C.
M. Stone, v. pres., K. Meyers, sec., R. Morrison, treas.g Turpin, K. Frank, D. Hosek, S. Robinson, G. Miller, B. Emery, K, Legrange, M. Melton, K. Knesek, J. Buer-
S. Patty, perl., M. Dixon. ROW 2: D. Meyers, J. Snow, H. Robinson. ROW 4: l. Wilson, D. Brightwell, ger, G. Gilson, L. Bray, B. Pippin.
Duncan, M. O'Mally, B. Ashbaugh, S. Tebow, A. Kil- J. Cornelison, D. Shelden, P. Dicus, T. Flanagan, D.
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GIRLS O CLUB BOTTOM ROW G Simmons pres T Kennedy vpres T Green, sec., M. McCarty, treas.p D. Lackey, rep.,
S Black chapl ROW 2 C Coggins L Kemp M Swansberger D Hamilton L Humphrey, N. Dishman, S. Long. ROW 3: E. Paine,
J Jessup D Leech L Melton W Lurry D Shelden S Robinson D Husband ROW 4: D. Baker, C. Garmire, S. Laxton, K. Martin,
Belt B Knop D Barnett TOP ROW M Just K Meyers S Quggs L Halter, R. Stephens, D. White, P, Glenn, B. Merritt.
Cue to Projects
of Interest Club
"Aim High-Be a Teacher," "You Can
Be Proud to be a Teacher" were among
the slogans displayed on posters by Fu-
ture Teachers of America Club members
during American Education Week.
Other special observances included
the members hosting a breakfast for
teachers and taking over the direction of'
classes when permitted by their various
teachers Friday, December li.
Initiation ceremonies for ll new mem-
bers ot the Girls' "O" Club highlighted
first semester activities. A dinner pre-
ceded the services.
Members manned concession stands to-
help finance their annual spring trip to a
"Twentieth Century Homemakers en-
couraged girls to learn more about cur-I
rent trends in all Home Economics fields,'
head sponsor, Mrs. Ramah Miller ex-
plained. Meetings were held monthly.
HELPFUL pointers are given To advanced modern dancer
Gail Simmons by dance ieacher, Miss Johnnie Egbert
TWENTIETH CENTURY HOMEMAKERS-BOTTOM ROW: P. Almack, pres., J.
C. Walker, K. Jones, N. Brady, B. Schultz, ROW 3: M. Thomas, S. Deguisti,
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ATTENTION is showered on Mrs. Earlene Hermann, business educafion teaclier, by FTA hostesses
Cindy Cupp, Pat Hinkle, and Debbie Campbell at the club's Tea during American Education Week.
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sec. ROW 2:
Gates, v.pres.g K. Andrews, trees., C. Cornell,
H. Hughes, D. Wallace, M. Swansberger, Miss C, Oberman,
sponsor. TOP ROW: Miss B. Link, Mrs. R. Miller, sponsorsg P. Coffia, M. McCarty, P. Jones, S. Tabor, S, Young.
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NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE-BOTTOM ROW: S.
Robinson, pres.: T. Ham, v.pres.: D. Cordell, sec.,
C. Knop, treats., G. Johnson, sgt.-at-arms, J. Hugg,
chapl. ROW 2: M. Harrah, P. Wilson, C. Wilson, D.
LaFaver, S. Jarrett, L. Burton, R. Birdwell, D.
ANNOUNCERS CLUB-FRONT ROW: J. Morozuk, pres., G. Johnson, v.pres. ROW
2: C. Cooper, sgt.-at-arms, D, Cordell, treas,: R. Birdwell, sec. ROW 3: C. Knop,
J. Glass, A. Reid. ROW 4: J. Hugg
Heldenbrand, M. Mason, C. Emery.
F. Polk. ROW 3: G. Dickenson, R. Story, S.
son, J, Glass, L. Jones, A. Reid, F. Marwood, ROW
4: Mrs. C. Burton, sponsor, D. Shadid, A. Atkins, R.
S. Robinson, M. Amick. TOP ROW: C.
J. Herrmann, D. Burton, M. Snodgrass,
Rayburn, L. Moody, M. Wilson, J. Bockus, C. Jack-
Resetaritz, R, Moesel, B. Birdwell, M, Amick, C
Salyer, C. Heldenbrand, A. Stacy. TOP ROW: T
Tabor, D. Fitzgerald, T. Warren, D. Humphrey, J
Morozuk, M. Mason, J, Bocork, R. Patard, S. Gordon,
"BUT I haven't any slipper," insists Cinderella fNancy Fisher, to Allison Stooker
Judi Glass, and Patsy Danely who portray the stepsisters and stepmother in
scene from the children's theatre demonstration by Thespians at the state meet
Groups Provide Outlets for Expression
Excellence in speech and drama was
recognized by acceptance into the Na-
tional Forensic League and National Thes-
pians, honorary organizations.
Morning announcements over the Cen-
tral Sound System were provided by
members of the Announcers Club.
Required points were earned by those
students wishing membership into NFL
and Thespians, and initiations were held
in the fall and spring. To remain an ac-
tive member, a certain number of points
were required to be earned by participa-
tion in tournaments, assemblies, plays or
demonstrations each semester.
Applicants for the Announcers Club
were auditioned at the beginning of the
year before a club committee where' they
were judged on the basis of tone, dic-
tion, and voice control.
Demonstrations in children's theatre
were presented by Northwest's Thes-
pians at the State Thespian Conference
held at U. S. Grant. Scenes from "Land of
the Dragon," a colorful, Chinese play,
and the well-known "Cinderella" featured
T2 school Thespians.
Unprecedented honors were accorded
National Forensic Leaguers as they iour-
neyed across several states including
Texas, Missouri, Louisiana, Iowa and
The National Tournament set for Wash-
ington D. C. in June will be attended by
six qualifying debaters, including Charles
Pierce, second sophomore in state history
to reach nationals.
To qualify, these members had to place
first, second, or third in a qualifying
tournament which enabled them to go on
to Regionals where they ranked in the
Thespians and NFL worked together
early in the fall to present a Demonstra-
tion Day for state troupes.
Demonstrations were given in make-
up, costumes, debating, acting, radio,
and extemporaneous speaking.
Featured attraction at the State Thespian Confer-
ence is the scene from "Land of the Dragon" in
which Martha Brown, Mike Cowherd, and Cindy
Harvey approach Margaret Easterly.
NATIONAL THESPIANS-BOTTOM ROW: D. Humphrey, pres., R. Birdwell, v.pres., S. Cooper, sec., J. Glass, treas.g D. Moses, sgt.-at-
arms. ROW 2: M. Easterday, M. Brown, L, Tatum, J. Herrmann, P. Tuel, M. Robinson. ROW 3: R. Story, P. Danely, C. Wilson, T.
Manning, N. Fisher, D. La Faver, D. Barker, ROW 4: L. Bailey, M. Wilson, L. Danziger, B. Slade, M. Morgensen, C. Harvey, TOP
ROW: J. Morozuk, V. Hinson, R. Allred, D. Pape, M. Kyle, M. Harvey, M. Cowherd, R. Humphrey.
NFL, Thespians, Announcers 0 93
Scribes Focus on Issues in Columns, 'Tell
Patterned after the "School-as-a-City"
approach in newspaper production, The
Shield served as a link in interpreting and
communicating every aspect of school life
to the students and community.
Controversial subjects were covered in
letters to the editor, polls, depth reports,
and editorials. Integration, the teaching of
sex education in the City schools, narcot-
ics, and the generation gap were a few
of the topics explored.
ln the annual feature writing contest
sponsored by the Oklahoma City Times,
Kathy Kearney penned the prizewinner
and won a summer job.
Sports writers were accorded All-Co-
lumbian honors in the Columbia Scholastic
Press Association contest. Only five pa-
pers, selected from the Medalist group,
received this distinction for sportswriting.
Thirteen school iournalists sharpened
their techniques by attending the Nation-
al Scholastic Press Association convention
during Thanksgiving vacation.
Press releases and creating good public
relations for Northwest were responsibil-
ities of the newspaper staff.
Anne Funderburk served as correspon-
dent to the Times two years. She submit-
ted stories which were regularly pub-
lished on the Times for Teens page.
LOCKING UP The Shield in the print shop is Leon
Meyers, president of the Oklahoma interscholastic
Press Association, consisting of sixty-eight schools.
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EXTRA enthusiasm is evidenced by ad managers Steve
Harry and David Duvall as they give their sales
pitch to customer Penny Conn in a local store.
SHIELD STAFF-FOREGROUND: L. Kemp, B. Fine, D. ell, M. Buchanan, A. Funderburk, S. Bayless, K.
Baker, L. Martin, C. Barber, S. Whittle, C. Smart. Blair, L. Meyers, A. George. TOP ROW: J. Hale, R.
ROW 2: Mrs. E. Burdette, Mrs. C. Eaker, sponsors, Hollingsworth, K. Duncan, S. Mitchell, D. Duvall, K.
S. Harry, R. Marx, K. Kearney, M. Schnetzler, J. Pow- Clark,
It Like It Is'
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l Shield sports eclitors, Skip Bayless and Mike Buchanan. The staff sportswriters interviewed and wrote fea-
tures for the school paper about several well-known coaches and sports figures in the state.
WINNING the Times feature writing contest earns Kathy Kearney a summer iob working on the news-
paper. CABOVE1 Kathy clips stories for rewrites. IRIGHU She files and researches stories in the library.
969 Yearbook Features Change in Format
Basketball boys had the '68 state cham-
pion team to measure up to, yearbook
staffers were constantly challenged by
the plaque on the iournalism office wall
designating the '67 Round Table as one
of the top ten in the nation in the third
annual S. K. Smith awards.
Other wall displays included five All-
Americans and six Medalist certificates
from National and Columbia Scholastic
Press Associations, respectively, and one
A-plus rating from the National School
"No sacrifice is too great for the Round
Table," editors playfully reminded the
23 staff members as they scurried around
town setting up pictures and passed up
school activities and dates in order to
A new look was achieved in the Round
Table this year when the page size was
increased from 8V2 by ll to 9 by T2
inches. Column layouts consisted of three
2V2 inch blocks.
Chief photographer Randy Marx won
the award for being the outstanding stu-
dent in the photo journalism workshop at
the University of Oklahoma.
WEARY TRAVELERS, Nancy Rice and Linda Porter, Round Table editors, arrive on the Ohio University campus
at Athens, Ohio, to attend the world's largest iournalism workshop for highschool staff members.
ROUND TABLE STAFF-BOTTOM ROW: L. Porter, M. Johnson, K. Martin, N. Steph, C. Choate, B. Rhea. ROW: C. Krasowski, R. Hollingsworth, K. Clark, L
Bond, M. Schnetzler, N. Fisher, N. Rice, J. Haggard, ROW 3: J. Olsen, M. Parks, B, Harley, D. Shelden, Martin, T. Pippin, K. Blair, R. Marx, B. Shedeck.
D. McMiIlin. ROW 2: L. Windham, M. Swank, L. M, Holdridge, C. Vick, M. Craig, R. Pogue. TOP
96 0 Round Table
IN HER second year as Times correspondent, Anne
Funderburk gets professional advice from Miss Mary
Goddard, Assistant City Editor of the Times.
QUILL AND SCROLL-BOTTOM ROW: P. Skaggs, L. Porter, M. Schnetzler. ROW 2: D. Baker, N. Steph, L. John-
son, N. Fisher. ROW 3: K. Kearney, D. Shelden, N. Rice, Mrs. E. Burdette, sponsor. ROW 4: B. Lacy, M. Parks,
C. Vick, Mrs. C. Eaker, sponsor. TOP ROW: J. Olson, C. Krasowski, M. Buchanan, L. Martin.
SOCIETY officers Allyson Gatlin, Anne Funderburk, and Linda Porter present proceeds from the benefit con-
cert, sponsored by Quill and Scroll, to Mrs. Clara Luper, director of the Youth Freedom Center and social
studies teacher. Mrs. Luper was presented a "Golden Apple" award for her cooperation with the school press.
Twelve initiates qualified for mem-
bership in Quill and Scroll, international
honor society, by ranking in the upper
A third of their class scholastically and by
their outstanding contribution to one of
Heading the list of the Society's proi-
ects was the benefit concert staged to
help rebuild the Freedom Center, a build-
ing in Northeast Oklahoma City for young
people to gather for recreation and coun-
seling. lt was burned by unknown arson-
ists September lO.
Officers installed a new chapter of
Quill and Scroll at Moore High School
the evening of May 7.
Initiation ceremonies were conducted
in April for new members at the annual
spring banquet. Speaker was Mr. Frank
Boggs, Daily Oklahoman columnist.
Awards were presented individuals for
outstanding service to school publications
in the areas of photography, editorials,
features, sports, and news writing.
Officers were Linda Porter, president,
Anne Funderburk, vice president, Ally-
son Gatlin, secretary-treasurer.
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BABY FACE seniors Steve Hatfield, Harold Drake, Martin Amick, and Mike Cameron, members of the popular Boys Quadef, sing in assembly.
98 0 Cry-Slurs
horisters Give Concert for Mexico Tour
"Probably the best known mixed cho-
us in this part of the country" is the
abel applied to Cry-Slurs by business
nanager, Mr. Buck McPhail, who made
irrangements for the numerous public
ippearances of Northwest's "elite Cho-
The first major production of the year
vas the pop concert presented in a fall
issembly. This was followed six-weeks
ater by the Christmas Spectacular featur-
ng colorful settings created by stagecraft
, All the music groups spent the usual
lmount of time during the Christmas sea-
on caroling and providing musical pro-
grams for hospitals, convalescent homes,
nd shopping centers.
lt was win-number-l2 at the District
ontests for the school musicians as they
irought back sweepstake honors from
dmond February 28-29. ln March the
roup went on to take honors in state
The spring concert, featuring the City
pnior Symphony, was May 9.
The end of school meant a week's
oncert tour of Mexico, highlighted by
lppearances before the President.
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HCHESTNUTS ROASTING on the open fire," Riley CIeaver's solo is a big hit at the Cry'Slur Christmas
Spectacular, presented in Northwest's auditorium to capacity audiences during the Christmas season.
CRY-SLURS-BOTTOM ROW: D. Cunningham, A. Wright, R. Birdwell, S. Williams, B. Dye, E. Galloway,
S. Pollock, J. Stewart, P. Brady, K. Beck, T, Wood, L. Keller, M. Lyon, K. Cleaver, G. Lingerfelt. ROW 2:
G. Miller, R. Whitmire, T. Phillips, C. Krasowski, E. Roberts, S, Evans, J. Wolfe, F. Johnson, K. King, M.
Cameron, A. Gatewood, J. Hall, J. Maier, N. Behymer. ROW 3: N. Cummings, R. Wheeler, A. McNatt, G.
Johnson, L. Damron, G. Sims, C. Blakely, J. Hugg, C. Beachboard, T. Harrison, D. Ragsdale, H. Drake,
B. Fox, S. Slick. TOP ROW: S. Morris, D. McEver, C. Schilb, S. Hatfield, S. Clark, R. Cleaver, P.
McPhail, B. Rountree, L. Mayfield, M. Amick, L. Williams, J. Trent, M. Drake, D. Wallace, G. Collins.
Cry-Slurs 0 99
GIRLS CHORUS-BOTTOM ROW: J. Whitehead, D.
Cunningham, L. Langford, C. Blakely, P. Allen, C
Clayion, S. Mobley. ROW 2: J. Ross, L. Ross, S
GIRLS CHORUSYBOTTOM ROW: B. Mandabach, K
Ginfer, S. Lingerfelt, P, Hall, K. Johnson, S. Moyer,
G. Green, B. Kennedy, B. Howard. ROW 2: D
lrby, D. Towne, J. Bradley, M. Brews1er, S. Heusel
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Hager, K. White, T. Wood, D. Carman, G. Gordon, ROW: P. Green, K. McClain, T. Gill, T. Thomas, l-
ROW 3: P. Clenney, A. Johnsey, B. Sullivan, N. Henager, B. Fox, K. Miller.
Knickelbein, F. Scott, L, Barr, L. Moreland. TOP
B, Frye, K. Bond, L, Cowles, A. McNafT. ROW 3: ROW: S. Fleming, L. Eulrey, P, Houk, S. lryclc
L. Young, C. Mings, L. Davis, G. Myers, L. Lanier, Bergman, L, Mayfield, G. Richey, R. Gearhart,
E. Coleman, L. Davis, A. Nicek, P. Mulligan. TOP Segraves, D. Pippin.
'I WILL Take care of you," Charles Krasowski sings to Robyn Birdwell during 1he "Girl VVarcher's Theme" "HARRY, you're Hal," complains director John Platt
Well-Trained Choirs Gain Perfection Peak
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CHORUS-BOTTOM ROW: D. Nunn, R. McConA M. McI.e-more, E. Wright, C, Jones, N, Behyrncr, J. G, Wriglqf, C, Ryan, B, Roontree, R, Hooper, C.
S, Slick, G. Sims, D. Stahl, P. Thurman, G. Hesland, R, Scolt. TOP ROW: J. Shaw, K. Rainwaler, Kragcwglqiv
ROW 2: D. Wallace, S. Lorenz, D. NlcEver,
2 0 Band
KRIS BLASCHKE "WE WILL use purple and gold lights for this show D
Band Princess rector John Pennington tells Jerry Hefley
Performance Patterns Set for Appearances
"No matter the weather, we will prac- fy
tice at 7130 a.m." This familiar directive
from Mr. John Pennington helped the , ff
Knight bandsmen to their second con- gl.
secutive superior trophy in the Capitol
Hill Regional Marching Contest.
lt was victory number nine for the ma- rgiigyg y .
iorettes in the Kilgore, Texas, clinic where T fi A WP P W T
they won first place in competition with g f f f
twirlers from throughout the Southwest. P ,M Most unique halftime shows presented 'T , " 0
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tine by maiorettes, and the Douglass game
presentation of the queen and her court.
New concert and marching band uni-
forms were goals of fund raising.
The pep band, directed by drum maior
Bill Holloway, furnished music at basket-
ball games and for pep rally skits.
FIRST CLASS entertainment was provided at school
events by Maiorettes, BOTTOM ROW: Vickie Belt,
Nancy Cooper, Beverly Miller, Marva Bond. TOP
ROW: Kathy Martin, Head maiorette Cindy Brown.
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FLUTES-BOTTOM ROW: L. Hayes, K. Skurlock, M. Parks, S, Fulton, S. Phillips, ROW 2: V, Thomas,
B. Bradney, J. Gibson, C. Cooter, A, Meyer. TOP ROW: E. Kauffman, M. Parker, P. Sinclair, P. Prentice.
"THIS FIT last year sorta." Gary Wood tells president Bill
Kitchen as they check out marching band uniforms,
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DRUMS-BOTTOM ROW: B. Kitchen, S. Long, D. Beleele, D. West. TO ROW: T. Doughty, C. McMillan, J. Green.
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CLARINETS-BOTTOM ROW: S. Diehl, C. Jones, K. Patterson, E. Neely. ROW 2: E. Speece
D. Salathiel, J. Varner, N. Young, K. McAnulty. TOP ROW: S. Kimerer, B. Phillips, C
Newman, S. Church.
STEPPING OUT to lead the band as drum malor, Btll Holloway
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SAXOPHONES-BOTTOM ROW: N. Elaschke, R. White, R. Bassett. TOP ROW: A. Wright,
Five Northwest Musicians
Awarded All- tate Honors
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BARITONE TUBA-BOTTOM ROW: J. Lirieral, M. Hanson, D. Abernathy. TOP ROW: B.
Scovill, J. Trent, M. Early, T. Paden,
TROMBONES-BOTTOM ROW: T. Mayfield, J Robinson F Poag TOP ROW
Rountree, G. Wood
CORNETS-BOTTOM ROW: C. Torbeck, M. Bender, H. Doughty, J. Sanders, D. Schifrin. TOP ROW: K. Sarkey, M. Waldrop, J. Roberson M Penny B Butcher
OBOE, BASSOON, BASS CLARINET-BOTTOM ROW:
R. Haas, J. Hugg, L. Campbell, K. McCracken. TOP
ROW: M. Thorn, F. Johnson, J. Swanson.
With only Three days to get his number ready for
the winter concert Tuba player Mike Early practices.
FRENCH HORNS-BOTTOM ROW: J. Butler, B. Holloway, J. Hugg. TOP ROW: B. Birdwell, A. Hicks, K. Henry, J. Mathis, R. Brown.
ORCHESTRA STRINGS-BOTTOM ROW: C, St. George
C. Longley, C. Emery, K. Beck. ROW 2: P. Lotskat,
J. Knesek, S. Haught, L. Pulley. ROW 3: D. Longley,
f K. Knesek, L. Tabor, S. Taylor, M. Marr. TOP ROW:
J. Trent, B. Fox, T. Farbes, L. Gilbert, T. McAmis, V.
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ORCHESTRA WINDS-BOTTOM ROW: P. Prentice, L. Hayes, S. Kimerer, C. Newman, M. Parker. ROW 2:
M. Thom, C. Parks, J. Hugg, L. Campbell, F. Johnson, ROW 3: F. Poag, B. Birdwell, B. Holloway, J. Hugg.
TOP ROW: T. Paden, T. Mayfield, B. Kitchen.
Five members of the orchestra were
selected to the All-State orchestra and
participated in a concert presenting the
All-State instrumental musicians in Feb-
Achieving this distinction were seniors
Ken Beck, Carla Emery, and Tom Rich.
Sophomores Libby Tabor and Albert Bu-
cholz were chosen for the All-State band.
The annual winter concert was held
this year in the Fine Arts Auditorium at
Oklahoma City University. Guest piano ar-
tist, senior Frank Johnson, performed the
Piano Concerto by Shostakovich with the
Northwest's band and orchestra par-
ticipated in contests in Edmond, Norman,
and at OCU. ln addition to the complete
groups, duets and ensembles were en-
tered in their divisions.
A new scheduling plan was initiated
this year enabling the brass and wood-
wind sections to be divided into two
The two classes met two mornings
each week at 7:30 a.m. to practice.
Bill Holloway, senior drum major, won
a top award for his performance in the
state competition at the University of Ok-
lahoma the first week of December.
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NOMINATIONS for Key Club Sweetheart are the chief order of business when the officers are called to-
gether by Steve Flynn, president KLEFTJ. Other officers are Leon Meyers, John Abney, Bill Lytle, John
Morozuk, Bob Bergmann, Bill Lacy, Chuck Wells, Marty Schnetzler, and Richard Pralle. WELCOME, GUV! John Morozuk greets Chuck Wells,
Lieutenant Governor of Division l9, and Denise
Thomson at the Key Club Christmas Sweetheart Ball.
Key Club Princess
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Key Club Sweetheart
Key Club Princess
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TOP ROW: J. Abney, P. Ackerman, C. Armstrong, R. Buchanan, B. Byers, J. Cheatham, K, Clark, J.
Ashford, G. Ashmore, A. Atkins, L. Bailey, D. Bar- Cohen. ROW 3: C. Craig, G. Dickinson, K. Duncan,
rett, T. Beadles, B. Bergmann. ROW 2: E. Bergquist, D. Duvall, B. Fairchild, B. Finch, D. Fitzgerald, S.
K. Boatman, R. Brodgen, M. Brown, P. Brown, M. Flynn, J. Frow, B. Geller. BOTTOM ROW: K. Gibson,
HER REIGN as Club Queen begins with Vicki
Vaughn still aglow from the surprise announcement.
L. Harper, J. Heath, K. Henton, R. Hill, R. Hollings-
worth, S. Hudson, J. HUQQ, B. Humphrey, D. Hum-
Taps Top Boys
for Civic Duties
Key Club, an international organiza-
tion composed of boys who have dis-
tinguished themselves as leaders, con-
sisted of outstanding sophomore, iunior,
and senior boys who have maintained a
B average through high school.
Contact with business and professional
leaders of the city each Monday at a
luncheon forum strengthened the under-
standing of local problems and broad-
ened the career interests of Key Club
Elected in March 1968 as Lieutenant
Governor of Division 19, iunior Chuck
Wells helped guide the activities ot club
chapters in Central Oklahoma.
Directed by Mr. Bill Scott and Mr. Den-
nis Simpson, traditional service projects
were carried out as well as new ones.
Projects included collecting for the
United Appeal, ringing bells for the Sal-
vation Army, serving as hosts on Career
Day, registering students' and teachers'
cars, and selling mums for homecoming.
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Appeal campaign from Mrs. Ed Duncan are
members Kevin Duncan and Bill Lacy.
TOP ROW: S. Huntress, B. Jackson, T. James, J. Jarrett, R. Keith, B. Lacy, A. Larimore. ROW 2: P. Littlepage, B. Lytle
B. Mallonee, R. Matlock, C. Maurer, G, McNutt, B. Meneguzzi. ROW 3: L. Meyers, T. Miller, S. Mitchell, J. Morozuk
D. Orahood, D. Patterson, T. Peek. BOTTOM ROW: R. Pralle, P. Rattan, B. Renshaw, T. Rich, G. Rieder, S. Rogers J
Members Earn Service Keys for Projec s
TOP ROW: D. Scheirman, M. Schnetzler, B. Shedeck.
ROW 2: J. Shrewmaker, J. Shrode, P. Skaggs. ROW
3: R. Stoldt, B. Turnell, S. Watkins. BOTTOM ROW:
L. Webster, C. Wells, K. Willson.
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TRUE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT is demonstrated by Richard Pralle, as Bart Shedeck rings bells for the Sa
vation Army. Richard and Bart were two of 50 Key Clubbers who rang bells during the holidays.
Official Hosteslses Usher for School Events
Fulfilling their purpose of service to
the school, Courtesy Club members served
as hostesses for Freshman Orientation,
PTSA Open House, Career Day, and OEA
Uniting again with Key Club, Courtesy
Club girls worked on community proi-
ects and combined for social events.
Highlight of the social calendar was
the January barn dance at Frontier City
attended by 150 couples.
The two clubs joined together to help
with the United Appeal Drive, Career
Day, and PTSA Open House.
Courtesy Club girls ushered for the
Blazers' hockey games, rodeos, spring
concerts, senior assembly, and other civic
events in order to finance proiects.
The club sponsored a bake sale and
contributed the profits to the Red Cross.
.At Christmas time, club members made
and distributed table decorations for the
Children's Convalescent Home.
Supervising all activities were Mrs.
Mollie Mae Davidson' head sponsor, Mrs, BASKETS are filled at Thanksgiving and Christmas for needy families by Courtesy Club officers Lisa
Lanyon, treasurer, Georgeann Riley, president, Diane Kellert, secretary, Wanda Younge, assistant treas-
Marv Howard' Mrs' Barbara Gales' Mrs' urer, and Patsy Taylor, vice president. These girls served as first semester officers.
Marcia Smith, and Mrs. Nancy Bradshaw.
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rmstrong, C. Bailey, D. Barnett, J. Bartlebaugh, S. G. Collins, J. Coyle, J. Daniel, L. Danzinger, D. Darr, Epperson, D. Ezekiel, K. Fondren, N. Forget, A. Fun-
lack, K. Blackburn, J. Bockus. ROW 2: K. Bowers, J. K. Davis, S. Davis, B. Delano, M. Dietrich, D. Doane. derburk, J. Gates, C. Gerlich.
radley, J. Brock, J. Brock, L. Brown, L. Burton,
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ROW 2: T. Green, D. Greene, J. Haggard. ROW lish teacher. Sgt. Blankenship heads the local Army Recruiting Office in the Oklahoma Coty district
3: D. Hamilton, M. Hampton, D. Heuser. BOT-
TOM ROW: S. Hill, E. Hodges, M, Holdridge.
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GRACIOUS hospitality is proffered Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Porter at PTSA Open House by Linda Hetherington.
- CHRISTMAS decorations for the Children's Convalescent Home are made
' by Courtesy Club members Sue Jarrett, Marilee Holclridge, and Lyn Jones.
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TOP ROW: J. Ringwald S. Rychlec C. Saied.
ROW 2: N. Saied, B. Slacle, C. Smart. ROW 3: A.
Smith, R. Stevens, K. Steves. BOTTOM ROW: P.
Stewart, A. Stocker, C. Street.
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1 Taylor, S. Tebow, L. Thomas, J. Thomason, D.
l Thomas, L. Tucker. Row 2. B. Vogel, P. wade, D.
3 Wallace, A. Warren, S. Watson, L. Williams, C
Wyanf, H. Young, S. Youngblood, W. Younge,
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"STICK 'EM UP, you guys," says Kreg Blair to .lan Overby. Becky Rhea and .lim LAST MINUTE instructions for ushering for a Blazer hockey game were
Rose loin Kreq and Jan during a break at lhe Courtesy Club Barn Dance. given Susie Powers by Mrs. Mollie Mae Davidson, head sponsor.
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TOP ROW: K. Allen, S. Allen, K. Andrews, R
Armstrong. ROW 2: N. Arnold, B. Ashbaugh, C.
Bailey, S. Baker. ROW 3: P. Ball, C. Barton, J
Bateman, K. Becker. ROW 4: P. Benson, S. Bevins,
T. Bink, V. Billingsley. BOTTOM ROW: J. Blanton
J. Booth, B. Borg, N. Brady.
CLIMAX of the Christmas program was the presentation of a blanket to Mrs. Linda Moore, sponsor.
Emcee and writer of the program Linda Windham, Gail Simmons, and Susie Suggs did the honors.
Games, Shows, Trips - Coronets Had a Ball!
Sparked by a new head sponsor plus
two new assistants, the 500 Coronet pep
club girls labeled 1968-69 a year of "hap-
First semester officers were hauled from
their warm beds at 6:30 a.m. Saturday,
December l4, to attend a surprise "come-
as-you-are" breakfast hosted by sponsors.
A Christmas show, complete with cos-
tumes, printed programs, stage crew,
and production staff, was presented by
Coronets. Linda Windham authored and
directed the spoof of fall sports activities
"Knights at the Mardi Gras" was the
theme of the annual basketball banquet.
Scenes depicting the New Orleans fes-
tival were reproduced in decorations in
the entrance and banquet halls at Shep-
herd MaII's Val Gene's. After two post-
ponements, the dance was held April ll.
Lyn Self headed nine committees which
planned details of the dinner dance.
Club sponsors were Mrs. Linda Moore
Chead sponsorl, Mrs. Eby Grove, Miss Liz
Lipmann, Mrs. Charline Burton, and Mrs.
ADDRESSING ENVELOPES for the Tu-
berculosis Society are officers Susie
Suggs, president, Nancy Fisher, re-
cording secretary, Barbara Hale, ass't.
treasurer, Gail Simmons, v. presi-
dent, Lynn Self, attendance secre-
tary, Susie Bevins, treasurer.
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TOP ROW: R. Ellison, D. Ezekiel, M. Fairchild, J. lesple, K. Gl'tOlSTOf1, J. Glass, R' Goolsby, l-- GFSY, TOM ROW: L. Hanson, K. Harley, N. Harnsbergef,
Fatheree, J. Farha, S. Felton, L. Fife, N. Fisher, S. B. Green, D. Green. ROW 3: J. Green, D. Greene, D. M. Harris, S. Harris, S. Harville, K. Hayes, J. Haynes,
Flanagan, K. Fondren, R. Ford, N. Forget. ROW TWO: GYGSUBBW, P- Gflfflfh M- GV0SSr K- Gullo, P- Hagan, S. Heflin, K. Hefner, L. Hensch, P. Hensch,
B. Fox, L. French, B. Frye, B. Gallop, T. Gill, A, Gil. B. Hale, L. Hall, P. Hall, S. Hamlin, K. Hamm. BOT-
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Hinkle, E. Hodges, J. Hoffman, D. Holbrook, M.
Holdridge, S. Holt, S. Hopper, G. House. ROW 2:
B. Howard, J. Hugg, H. Hughes, L. Hughes, C. C.
Hulett, C. Huletf, D. Hunt, C. Hurt, M. Irvine, C.
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D. James, C. January, S. Jessee, L. Johns, L. John- BOTTOM ROW. T. Krasowski, L. Label, D. Lacey, L.
son, W. Johnson, J. Jones, K, Jones, L. Jones, P. Landguth, B. Lankford, J. Lankford, K. Leflert, K.
Jones, B. Kamp. ROW 4: T. Kamenesky, K. Kearney, LeGrange, T. Lensgraf, H. Leuszler, D. Lievsay, C.
D. Kellert, S. Kendell, T. Kennedy, J. Kern, A. Kiker,
Wherever Knight Teams G0-G0 Coronets.
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FRIED CHICKEN never tastes so good as on pep club bus trips, agree Jane Denton and Debbie Williamson.
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iMAo1NAr1vE coRoNErs, Rhdonda Armstrong and Cindy Bailey, N- Moslandef
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TOP ROW: C. Moy, V. Moyer, P. Mulligan, C. Myers
G. Neel, J. Nystrom, K. O'Shea, M. Ostrander, D. Ovl
erbeck, J. Overby, P. Owen, C. Ozmun. ROW 2: S.
Pallesen, S. Palmer, G. Parker, M. Pearson, B. Pedigo
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C. Percival, D. Percival, S. Petty, L. Phelps, D. Phillips, Read. BOTTOM ROW: A. Reid, S. Reid, D. Rendel
S. Phipps, B. Pierson. ROW 3: M. Pierson, S. Pike, B. Rhea, G. Riley, C. Roberts, E. Roberts, B. Robert-
W. Pike, N. Potter, L. Pruitt, S. Pulley, V. Pulliam, son, S. Robinson, G. Rogers, K. Rogers, N. Rollins.
C. Ramee, R. Ramirez, S. Rathien, L. Rawlings, B.
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Schilb, C. Schmidt, M. Scott, D. ,Sears, D. Seay, L. man, B. Slade, L. Smiley, A. Smith, B. Smith, B. J. Nl. STOHS, B. Stout, S. Suggs, B. Summers, M. Swank,
Self, S. Seba, D. Sherman, N. Sherwood. ROW 2: D. Smith, S. Smith, S. l. Smith, BOTTOM ROW: J. K- T5Yl0l'f S- TGYIOV-
HAPPINESS IS having your girlfriend waiting for you after a Knight
victory. Diane Sears rushes to congratulate Mark Grimes, varsity gridman.
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GATHERING at Shepherd Mall to decorate for the annual Cygnet Banquet honoring the football
players are officers ltopl Debi Young, president, Cathy McGregor, vice president, Terry Green, secretary,
Cheryl Wilson, attendance secretary, Nancy Rice, treasurer, and Susan Black, assistant treasurer.
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Gridmen were treated to a "Saturday
Knight at the Movies" by Cygnet pep
clubbers who created a theatrical atmos-
phere for their annual dinner dance hon-
oring the football team at Val Gene's in
Place cards were popcorn boxes indi-
vidualized with verses about each player
on the inside cover. Bits of popcorn were
protruding from box tops.
Mr. Ron Shotts, former football star
at the University of Oklahoma, was guest
To finance the banquet, girls sponsored
proiects which included bake sales, ga-
rage sales, and ice cream socials on the
patio after school.
Cygnets attended all Knight, sporting
events, presented skits for pep assem-
blies, and participated in Pep Council ac-
Sponsors were Mesdames Eve William-
son, Alice Chesher, Clovia Harrison, and
TOP ROW: N. Abel, J. Adams, S. Alford, D. Allen.
ROW 2: P. Almack, D. Alper, M. Amick, C. Arm-
strong. ROW 3: S. Ayers, D. Baker, D. Bales, K.
Banks. ROW 4: C. Barber, D. Barnett, P. Bartlebaugh,
J. Bauchmoyer. BOTTOM ROW: C. Bell, V. Belt, P.
Bennett, D. Bettis.
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TOP ROW: J. Bingham, K. Binns, S. Black, K. Black-
burn, J. Bockus, K. Bond, M. Bond, -M. Bonebrake
D. Booth, J, Booth, L. Boyle, K, Boyles, J. Bradley
ROW 2: P. Brandell, S. Bredeson, B. Breisch, L
Brewer, M. Brewster, D. Brightwell, T. Brittingham
C. Brown, J. Brown, L. Brown, P. Brown, A. Brun
dage, G. Buckner. ROW 3: J. Buerger, S. Burke, D
Burton, D. Cameron, D. Campbell, P. Carballo, L.
Carpenter, L. Carrington, D. Cavanaugh, D. Chiles,
S. Clark, L. Clarkson, P. Coffia. ROW 4: B. Coker,
G. Collins, A. Cooper, N. Cooper, C, Cornell, C. Cox
S. Coy, M. Craig, P, Crow, J. Crowe, P. Cunningham
C. Cupp, J. Daniel. BOTTOM ROW: D. Darr, S. Davis
S. De Guisti, B. Delano, D. Dever, J. Dickerson, N
Dishman, M. Dixon, J. Doolen, K. Dunn, R. Eacles
M. Easterday, J. Edelman.
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Erlewme J Ervin B. Farmer C. Farmer D. Faucett J.
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Formby POW 2: C. Foster A. Funderburk P. Gard-
ne J Gates C. Gautreaux M. Geiger C Geist F.
Gilbert V Gillen D. Gillen J. Goucher C. Gray T,
Green. ROW 3: J. Greenamyer, J. Greenwood, C. Hibbard, K. Hicks, S. Hill, P. Hinkle, N. Hodgson, V.
Hack, D. Hack, G. Hafen, J. Haggard, B. Hale, S. Holland. BOTTOM ROW: C. Holliday, A. Holloway,
Hale, H. Hall, L. Halter, T. Hamby, S. Hand, J. L. Holt, A. Horton, D. Horton, S. Horton, D. Hosek,
Hankinson. ROW 4: L. Harbeson, M. Harper, S. Harry, D. House, J. Householder, P. Hughes, R. Hulett,
K. Hays, D. Helt, R. Hendricksof, D. Heuser, T. P. Hull, S. Hurst.
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TOP ROW: D. lrby, J. Jackson, K. Jackson, S. Jar- B. Kennedy, B. Ketchum, C. Kimberlin, M. Kitchens, J. Leveridge, B. Lippert. BOTTOM ROW: T. Lippert,
rett, K. Jenks, J. Jesseph, J, Jessup, C, Johnsen, J, N. Klinkevich, J. Knesek ROW 3: B. Knop, L. C. Littell, P. Littlepage, J. Long, D. Longley, R. Lowber,
Johnson, L. Johnson, L. R, Johnson, P, Johnson, B, Kraker, S. Label, J. Lamb, D. Langston, L. Lanier, L. D. Lowe, L. Lowe, L. Luckhart, L. Lundien, P. Lush-
Johnston. ROW 2: C. Jordan, M. Just, B. Kamen- Lanyon, C. Larkins, Z. Laxton, D. Leech, C. Lefler, LIOUQL1, K- Lynch, P.Ly1ie.
Nove Spirit Girl ward Spotlights Efforts
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SO Kitty Mitchell can look her best when the bus ar- D' Moms
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rrves at Enids stadium forthe bug game, Jerianne Unger K Mulkey
combs and sprays Kittys wrndblown hair. D. Murray
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TOP ROW: S. Newman, G. Newton, K. Nobles, K.
Northrup, R. Nuzum, D. Odom, S. Otterson, K. Owen
lROW 2: C, Peck, S. Peeler, T. Pellow, C. Perkins, N
lPerry, P. Perry, C. Phillips, K. Phillips, D. Pierce, J
lPingleton, V. Plumbtree, S. Pratt, F. Proffer. ROW 3
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I nolds, E. Richmond, N. Rice, J. Ringwald, R. Rob
,M. Owen, C. Parks, M. Parks, A. Parrish, M. Parsons.
, ertson. ROW 4: K. Robinson, M. Robinson, C. Rogers,
D K, Rountree, M. Rubenstein, S. Rychlec, S. Salmon
Raunborg, M. Reece, K. Reiss, M. Rentro, J. Rey-
C. Saxon, C. Schilb, A. Schneider, B. Shadid, J.
Shaw, D. Sheltman. BOTTOM ROW: B. Sherwood, R.
Shinn, S. Short, L. Sims, P, Sinclair, C. Singerman, J.
Singleton, C. Smart, A. Smith, A. L. Smith, K. Smith,
M. Smith, D. Snyder.
FIRST WINNER of the new Spirit Girl of the Month award by Cygnets is Judy Ringwald.
Prexy Debi Young presents her a patch to denote exceptional achievement.
Weisiger, S. Wells, K. Welsay, S. Wheeler, S.
White, E. Wilbanks. ROW 3: A. Wiles, R. Williams,
M. Willson, J. Wilmoth, C. Wilson, J. Wilson, M.
Wilson, P. Wilson, S. Wilson, A. Wise, G. Wishon, J.
TOP ROW: D. Thompson, Deborah Thomson, Denise
Thomson, D. Thornton, S. Tidwell, J. Tierce, J. Towe,
C. Townsend, L. Traska, L. Tucker, P. Tuel, N. Tur-
ney, S. Uhl. ROW 2: J. Unger, N. Vickrey, P. Wade,
S. Waller, J. Wantland, S. Watson, S. Waugh, J.
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Wolfley, V. Wood. BOTTOM ROW: I. Woods, L,
Worsham, M. Wrany, J. Wyant, S. Yocum, D. Yoes,
D. Young, E. Young, W. Younge, D. Yount, N. Yount,
A. Zeldenthuis, D. Zinn.
Friendships Bloom at Pep lub Functions
PILLOW FIGHTS at the annual officers' slumber party help condition sergeants at arms, charged with
keeping Cygnets in line. They are Timi Pellow, Linda Johnson, Barbara Ketchum, and Stevi McKay.
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"DON'T STICK me!" hpleads Diane Burton as Steve
Plumbtree pins on her corsage before a dance.
Activities Lift Spirit, Link School Groups
Provisions of the revised constitution
of Court Jesters specified that all officers
need not be cheerleaders, as has been
the custom throughout the club's ten-year
Instead, cheerleaders served as ser-
geants at arms and instructors for the
group's 125 members.
Class representatives Jo Beth McNarry,
freshman, Liz Johns, sophomore, Celia
Saied, junior, and Patty Hughes, senior,
recorded total points earned by their
respective class members.
Points were given for making and
wearing spirit signs, or chanting.
Through extended, supervised practice,
girls polished and perfected cheering
techniques and only club girls were
eligible for all-school cheerleader.
"DID you remember the potato chips?" asks President Terry Green frightt of officers, Shelly Horton,
vice president: Cindy Bailey, treasurer: and Diane Burton, secretary.
L075 of pmdice hours are logged by C-squad cheerleaders Janet Greenamyer, Becky Borg, Cindi Bell,
and Charlsie Young before going out to cheer for the Little Knights.
TOP ROW: D. Alper, R. Armstrong, N. Arnold, C.
Bailey. ROW 2: D. Barnett, J. Bateman, A. Baum-
berger, T. Bink. ROW 3: K. Blackburn, J. Blanton,
M. Bonebrake, B. Borg. ROW 4: N. Bravo, A. Brun-
dage, B. Bryant, J. Buerger. ROW 5: D. Burton, L.
Burton, D. Cameron, D. Chiles. BOTTOM ROW: C.
Choate, L. Clarkson, B. Coker, C. Combs.
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TIPS ON BRACING for walkovers and handsprings are given to Charlotte Choate and S, Hale
Malinda McCuan by Nancy Arnold, all-school cheerleader, in the club practice sessions.
G mnastics Improve C eer Techniques
TOP ROW: L. Hall, L. Halter, L. Hanson, M. Harris
K. Hefner, S. Hill, S. Horton, H. Hughes, P. Hughes
C. Hulett, R. Hulett, M. Irvine, C. Jackson. ROW 2
J. Jackson, K. Jackson, L. Johns, B. Johnston, C
Jordan, B. Keesee, S. Kendell, A. Kiker, .l. Lamb, L.
Lanter, T. Lensgraf, B. Lippert, T. Lippert. ROW 3
P. Littlepage, M. MacKay, M. Markham, M. McCuan,
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B. McCubbin, C. McDonald, C. McGregor, J. McNary,
C. Miller, D. Mitchell,'K. Mulkey, C. Myers, K. Myers.
ROW 4: P. Owen, C. Ozmun, T. Pellow, D. Percival,
S. Phipps, V. Plumbtree, L. Pruitt, J. Ringwald, S.
Robinson, M. Rubenstein, C. Saied, N. Saied, C.
Schmidt. ROW 5: A. Schneider, S. Seba, J. Singleton,
L. Smiley, A. Smith, K. Smith, N. Steph, B. Stoldt, S.
Stroud, S. Suggs, B. Summers, D. Sutter, E. Tatum.
BOTTOM ROW: L. Thomas, M. Tubb, L. Tucker, R.
Williams, D. Wilson, J. Wilson, C. Work, S. Yates,
C. Young, D. Young, J. Yount, N. Yount, J. Zano-
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Pep Council Coordinates All pirit Schemes
SINCE the activities calendar requires careful consideration, Pep Council members Cindy Brown and Bill
Lytle consult with activities director Kathleen Owen before scheduling an upcoming event.
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 dele-
gates: pep club presidents, their head
sponsors, and spirit chairman of Student
Council, non-voting members: 'O' club
president, head cheerleader, head major-
ette, representatives from each sport, and
a representative from each pep club.
Pep Council committee members
planned the seating arrangement at home-
coming and worked out details.
Responsibility for checking the format
for pep rallies and assemblies was dele-
gated to the Council. Following these
events there was careful evaluation and
recommendations for changes.
New cheerleading uniforms, proposed
cheers, and all skits to be presented at
pep rallies were screened and approved
by the council.
After considerable discussion, Pep
Council committee members compiled a
list of revisions to their constitution in or-
der to adiust to changing school life.
PEP COUNCIL-BOTTOM ROW: G. Simmons, C. McGregor, T. Green, S. Suggs, D. Young, N. Steph. TOP ROW: Mr. Ledbetter, J. ClWGall16m. B- Lvtlef MVS Et
Grove, Mrs. E. Dodson, Mrs. L. Moore, Mrs. H. Willingham, Mrs. E. Williamson.
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128 0 Sports
"HE WALKS, he talks, he spins the ball!" exclaim
Mike Buchanan and Paul Skaggs as they marvel at
Mitchell's manual dexterity. Meanwhile, manager Leon
diligently tapes the ankle of Skip Bayless.
Goal posts, baskets and ribbons,
An athlete gives his all-
Tension, sweat and glory,
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p Cheers, songs,
A Purple Haze descends from the sky.
Trophies, victories and state titles-
It's a Northwest battlecry!
IS IT A CURVE or a fast-ball? Opposing hitters wonder as
Knight pitching ace, Skip Smith, prepares to deliver the pitch.
Spons 0 129
Sportsmen chose honorees for their vari-
ous sports and after an all-school election
crowned the All-Sports queen, Nancy
Steph, in the Homecoming assembly No-
Program highlights featured a dance
by Robin Stephens, Susie Suggs, and Gail
Simmons, music by the Cry-slurs' Boys
Quartet. Queen candidates were escorted
by "O" Club members Benny Byers, Bob-
by Fairchild, Marc Funk, Mark Grimes.
Princess of Baseball and Track
Princess of Football and Cross Country
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MINDY MCCARTY NANCY ARNOLD
Princess of Tennis and Golf Princess of Basketball and Wrestling
thletes Honor State Champs with F lags
Sixty boys who lettered in at least one
of nine varsity sports composed the Boys
Banners designating each state cham-
pionship team in the school's fourteen-
year history were purchased and placed
on permanent display in the gymnasium
by the "O" Club.
Service proiects and social functions
were financed by a football program that
the "O" Club published and sold at home
Club members sponsored an all-school
pep rally at a local theater as one of
their money-raising projects. Boys sold
tickets at school to the movie Paper Lion,
a film featuring professional football.
Initiation ceremonies into the club were
conducted three times during the year,
after fall, winter, and spring sports.
Serving as officers were Mark, Ack-
man, president, John Cheatham, vice-
president, Marty Schnetzler, secretary.
FOOTBALL PROGRAMS are checked out every week bel0fe games bl' HO" ClUb OfflCefS Milly 5Cl'1f'l6lZl6l',
Mark Ackerman, John Cheatham and Bill Fleetwood, who served first semester.
TOP ROW: J. Abney, M. Ackerman, D. Allen, F.
Allen, G. Ashmore, H. Ballew, S. Bayless, R. Brown,
M. Buchanan, B. Byers, C. Cain, R. Capron. ROW 2:
D. Capshaw, J. Carter, J. Cheatham, D. Clark, K.
Clark, R. Cleaver, A. Dabney, M. DeBolt, K. Duncan,
B- F6lfCl1lld,.B- FleelW00Cl, 5. Flynn. ROW 3: M. Phinney, M. Plumbtree, S. Plumbtree, D. Rasmussen,
Furik, B- Games, B. Gary, B- Geller, P. Green, M- P. Rattan, R. Raunborg. BOTTOM ROW: G. Ritter,
Grimes, L. Grussendorf, S. Harris, D- Held, G. Hor- J. Riggal, P. Rosenburg, T. Rueb, M. Schnetzler, B.
top, D- Littlefield, B- lytle- ROW 42 B. Nlalonee, R- Scott, B. Sims, P. Smith, B. Stoldf, J. Swartzendruber,
Miller, S. Mitchell, C. Nixon, T. Peek, C. Phinnev, K. B. Trosper, S. Veatch.
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VARSITY-BOTTOM ROW: M. Plumbtree, G. D. Rit- Blair, D. Pock, J, Moxley, S. Veatch, D. Capshaw, R
ter, M. Simmons, M, Ackerman, B. Clark, B. Clay- Emerson, P. Rosenberg, J. Swartzendruber. ROW 3
baugh, P. Littlepage, J. Cooley. ROW 2: K. L. R. Cleaver, B. Gary, C. Blalock, B. Johnson, M. Funk
LAST-MINUTE encouragement is given to the Knight gridsters by Head Coach Dean Choate
prior to his team's 21-O victory over U.S. Grant at Taft Stadium.
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VARSITY RECORD 11-1
NWC 29 Lawton Eisenhower 6
NWC 32 Capitol Hill 6
NWC 31 Southeast 12
NWC 10 Midwest City 7
NWC 16 John Marshall O
NWC 21 U. S. Grant O
NWC 14 Enid 6
NWC 44 Shawnee 7
NWC 20 Putnam City O
NWC 21 Douglass O
NWC 14 Lawton 6
NWC 14 Tulsa Washington 33
TOP ROW: G. Finley, B. Larwig, K. T. Blair, J. Carter, M. Grimes, D. Littlefield, P. Bingham,
G. Brand, G. S. Ritter, J. French, B. Fleetwood, C. Laird. L. Moslander, D. Vaughn, S. Harris.
SENIOR signal-caller Paul Rosenberg has pay-dirt in his eyes as he
barrels around left end behind savage blocking in 'the season's opener.
in Conference, District, Ranks 2nd in State
THIS was the year of the Knights-
almost. Sparked by a "Super" defense
and potent offense, Northwest's football
team garnered Mid-State and District
titles and a second-place finish in the
State Class AAA finals.
After capturing the Mid-State title the
Knights met Lawton in the District play-
off at Lawton. The number-one ranked
gridders surged into the finals by edging
the Wolverines l4-6. Quarterback Paul
Rosenberg pegged touchdown passes to
versatile John Carter and sophomore run-
ning back Steve Harris for two scores.
The following Saturday, December T4
at 2 p.m., before l6,000 fans in Skelly
Stadium in Tulsa, Northwest suffered its
lone defeat of the campaign, 33-l-4, at
the hand of the Tulsa Washington Hor-
The Knights played an inspired first
half as Marc Funk and Steve Veatch
turned in outstanding defensive perform-
ances to hold the Hornets to a single
touchdown. Northwest scored all its
points in the opening half, on a 78-yard
fumble recovery return by defensive-end
Veatch and a AO-yard touchdown com-
pletion to Harris.
The second half was dominated by
Tulsa Washington as the Hornets scored
four touchdowns and intercepted five
passes to thwart Knight scoring threats.
Coach Dean Choate guided the varsity
Squad to an ll-T record and upped his
won-loss skein for three years to 26-5-l.
The defensive-minded team scored 266
points while limiting opponents to a pal-
try 83 points.
Picked as pre-season favorites by
coaches and sportswriters, Knights were
constantly under pressure to iustify these
Knight gridmen made a spectacular
showing at the prep preview the first
week of school. Featuring area teams, the
preview was televised for the first time.
Lawton Eisenhower become the icont.D
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Knights' first victim as the Eagles battled
their hosts at Taft Stadium. Carter scored
two touchdowns to help smash Lawton
The next week the vaunted defense ad-
ministered an awesome beating to sadly
outmanned Capitol Hill as Northwest
opened its drive for the Mid-State crown
with a 32-6 win. The Redskins were held
to -13 yards rushing and were able to
complete only 3 of 28 passes for 31 yards.
The gridmen had their hands full with
Southeast but broke open an 11-6 game
with a pair of touchdowns in the third
quarter and went on to dump the Spar-
tans 31-12. Workhorse fullback David
Capshaw paced the ground attack with
Midwest City traveled to Taft Stadium
to meet the Knights and was defeated
10-7. Northwest's lone touchdown came
late in the first period when Carter
pounced on a fumble by Bomber quar-
terback Johnny Brandon in the Knights'
FULLBACK Dave Capshaw bulls for a first down against Douglass, despite the efforts of safetyman
Michael Dulan. The Knights blanked the Troians 21-O in the final game of the regular season.
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WHEN THE KNIGHTS GO MARCHIN' IN . .. The football team charges onto the field before playing Grant.
TDs PAT TP
Carter 1 1 66
Harris 7 42
Vaughn 4 field goals 28 40
Capshaw 4 24
Grimes 3 4 22
Veatch 3 1 safety 20
Rosenberg 3 18
Blair 2 2 14
Brand 1 1 safety 8
Gary 1 6
Bailey 1 6
First Downs 173 88
Rushing Yardage 1535 871
Passing Yardage 1621 801
Total Points 266 83
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UP AND OVER John Carter 1321 scores in the first game of the football season at Taft
Stadium against Lawton Eisenhower in Nor1hwest's 29-6 win over the Eagles.
EXPERT pass protection is given to Paul Rosenberg by Bill Johnson C521 and Dave Capshaw 1303 against AN extra effort adds an extra point by Dale
Tulsa Washington in the state playoff game, only Knight loss of the gridiron season. Vaughn in the state championship game.
"WHO'S GOT THE BALL?" Greg Brand challenges
Shawnee's Jim Nance for a loose ball,
Carter, Grimes Named All-Staters
As Knights Outscore Foes 266-33
end zone. The Knights held off two Mid-
west City scoring attempts in the fourth
quarter to preserve a three point victory
Behind two touchdown catches by
Mark Grimes Northwest defeated John
Marshall 16-O. Jim French intercepted
three passes and Funk intercepted two
to stop Bear touchdown drives.
The Knights turned three U. S. Grant
miscues into touchdowns for a 21-O
romp over the Generals. Rosenberg com-
pleted lO of 21 aerials for 138 yards
and two touchdowns to Capshaw and
Journeying to Enid to play in the No.
l game of the week, the gridders downed
Enid T4-6. Carter played brilliantly, scor-
ing two touchdowns and leading the rug-
The following week Northwest put its
best foot forward by blitzing Shawnee
44-7. Sophomores Steve Harris and Kreg
Blair each scored twice for the victors.
With a chance to wrap up the Mid-State
trophy, the marauding Knights traveled to
arch-rival Putnam City to up their record
Exploding for two quick touchdowns,
in the first quarter, Northwest went on
to subdue the Pirates 20-O.
The Knights put an end to regular sea-
son competition on a perfect note by shut-
ting out Douglass 21-O. Harris tallied
twice and Carter once to give their school
its first unblemished season since 1959.
Carter and Grimes received All-State
honors from the Daily Oklahoman, with
Carter being named Lineman of the Year
by both the Oklahoman and the Journal.
Carter was also named to the '69 high
school All-American tearn by Scholastic
Magazine. The only other Oklahoman
honored was Clinton's James Williams.
Both boys signed letters of intent to at-
tend Oklahoma State University.
JUNIOR VARSITY-BOTTOM ROW: G. Justice, F. Mil-
ler, S, Phillips, C. Wells, T. Thompson, J. Humphrey,
J. Lund, T. Duffy. ROW 2: A. Parnell, B. Hubbard
D. Ming, C. Helm, J. Blevins, M. Kidd, D. Samara, M
Haxel, H- MCGCC- ROW 31 5- Cl0U"'f5 lC0HCl'1J, 5- Barker, F. Holloway fcoachl. TOP ROW: G. Cherry,
Lucas, C. Humphreys, F. Gonlalel, J- Sfaflfa, M- M. Bailey, G. Collins, G. Ebeling, D. Brown, S.
, Riggall, J. Hardwick, R- Brewer, B- Fernberg, G. Smith, B. Jackson, M. Oruch, J. Hay, D. Frazier.
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"WHERE did you come from?" wonders Chuck Wells as a Grant lineman storms through to rush his
pass. The Junior Varsity lost the game to the U. S. Grant Generals 28-6.
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Final records of 3-5-2 and 5-4 were
compiled by the football B and C teams,
The iunior varsity attained its record
with victories over Capitol Hill, Southeast,
and John Marshall, then lost to Midwest
City, Grant, Putnam City, Moore, and
Star-Spencer. Draws were registered with
Putnam City West and Putnam City.
Top performers for the B team were
sophomores Gary Barker, Glen Ebeling,
and Fred Gonzalez. Junior standouts were
Greg Cherry, Craig Humphreys, Scott
Rayburn, and Chuck Wells.
Five wins and four losses comprised
the freshman record with wins coming
against Classen, Star-Spencer, Capitol Hill,
Southeast, and Northeast. Losses came
at the hands of Jarman, John Marshall,
Douglass and Grant.
Standouts for the Little Knights were
Mark Held, Phil Littlefield, Pat Harley,
Steve Smith, and Stephen Smith.
Coach Fred Holloway directed the
B team, Mr. Tom Erwin, the C-squad.
ONE of the freshman standouts, Mark Held, skirts end with the Troians in pursuit as
JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD
NWC .24 Capitol Hill ...... .... . . 0 "
NWC . 6 Southeast .... . 0
NWC . 0 Midwest City . . . . . . 24
NWC .21 John Marshall ..... . . . 20
NWC . 6 Putnam City West , . . . . 6
NWC . 6 U. S. Grant .... 38
NWC . 6 Moore ...... .. 12
NWC . O Putnam City . . . . . 16
NWC . 8 Star Spencer .. . . . . 48
NWC . 6 Putnam City . . 6
C-SQUAD RECORD 5-4-0
NWC .14 Classen ....... .... . . 0
NWC . 7 Star Spencer .. . 0
NWC.. 6 Jarman ....... . . 14
NWC .12 John Marshall . .. . . 18
NWC . 6 Douglass ..... . 18
NWC .14 Capitol Hill .. .. O
NWC .13 Southeast . . . . 6
NWC .12 Northeast . . . . 6
NWC . O U. S. Grant .. 12
the Little Knights are defeated by Douglass, 18-6 in mid-season play.
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J. Geist, S. Smith, T. Tefertiller, S.
Smith, K. Beatty, P. Szafranski. ROW
3: T. Erwin Ccoachl, J. Learned, D.
McGee, K. Smith, R. Borgman, R.
Morgensen, C. Bielsteinl. ROW 2:
M. Held, P. Harley, D. Runyan, S.
Larson, J. Hewes, J. Nystrom, R. La-
mar. BOTTOM ROW: M. Daly, L.
Slade, C. Kongs, M. Leard, T. Ger-
lich, L. Leverich.
fBottom Picturej TOP ROW: J. Ray-
burn, T. Wheeler, B. Thompson, J.
Beesley, C. Dahlgren, D. Cates.
Row 3: J. Carpenter, D. Hearn, G.
Dempsey, M. Worley, D. Thompson,
B. Bullard. ROW 2: R. Strong, J.
Rich, P. Littlefield, J. Gallegly, K.
Ogle, C. Frady. BOTTOM ROW: J.
Wentz, S. Short, M. Hensley, T.
Schatzer, S. Windham.
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ONE HUNDRED RUNNERS begin the grueling two-mile race at the OSU Invitational Meet.
Harriers Set State, School Records in Meets
ALL-STATER Gene Horton strives for the lead
over his U. S. Grant opponent in the Mid-
State Conference meet at the Fairgrounds.
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Claiming the first cross-country state
championship in school history, Coach Rex
lrwin's harriers scored 46 points to out-
distance nearest rival Putnam City by I5
Knight leatherlungers outdistanced op-
ponents by the widest margin in the his-
tory of Class AA cross-country in the state
Junior Gene Horton led Northwest with
his effort of 9:46, good for second place
in the state meet. Other counters for the
Knights were Rick Brown, seventh, Marty
Schnetzler, ninth, John Bell, thirteenth,
and Phil Smith, fifteenth.
Earlier in the season Northwest cap-
tured the city championship at the Okla-
homa City fairgrounds course. The Knights
scored 43 points, followed by U. S.
Grant with 48 points. Horton earned the
title of Best in City by clocking 9:36 to
cross the line first in the City meet.
Other Knight finishers were Brown,
fifth, Schnetzler, sixth, Bell, fifteenth, and
Northwest's only disappointment came
when the Knights finished behind Put-
nam City and U. S. Grant for a third place
finish in the Mid-State Conference meet.
In the six-mile relays hosted by U. S.
Grant, at the fairgrounds, Knight runners
finished second behind the Generals.
Northwest's first team consisted of
Smith, mile, Brown, mile, Bell, half mile,
Schnetzler, mile and a half, and Horton,
two-mile. Total time for the Knights was
Dual meet competition resulted in a
record of 5-l for Northwest, who lost
only to U. S. Grant. The Knights' well bal-
anced team defeated Southeast and Cap-
itol Hill. Chief rival Putnam City was de-
Southeast was the only team shutout
by the Knights this year. With a perfect
score of 15 to 50, top runners for North-
west were Horton, Schnetzler, Brown,
Steve Flynn, Smith, Doug Rasmussen, and
At the annual cross-country team ban-
quet Coach Rex lrwin awarded fourteen
letters. Lettermen were Schnetzler, Brown,
Smith, Flynn, Robert Worthing, Bill Hill,
Miller, Jack Mills, Bob Stoldt, Bell, Hor-
ton, Joel Drury, Rasmussen, and Brian
CROSS-COUNTRY RECORD 5-1
NWC .... 26 Putnam City ............ . . 30
NWC .... 15 Southeast .... , 50
NWC .... 31 Grant ....... , , 25
NWC .... 24 Putnam City .. . . . 31
NWC .... 16 Capitol Hill . . . . 47
Grant 6-rnile Relays ....... . . 2nd
OSU Invitational . . , , 2nd
Mid-State Meet . . . . . 3rd
City Meet ...... ,, , lst
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RIGORS of the race are reflected on the face of Doug Rasmussen as he nears the
halfway mark in the two-mile competition at the Grant six-mile relays.
TIME is of the essence to senior Marty Schnetzler.
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Drury R Brown P, Smith G. Horton M. Schnetzler Brown R. Cooper R. McNern R. Miller D. Ras- M. Giese, B. Cook, D. Richert, E. Crosley, Coach Irwin.
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crosses the finish line first at the State Meet.
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Bill Hill, John Bell, Brian Meneguzzi, Gene Horton, Rick Brown, Phil Smith, and Marty Schnetzler.
SENIORS Phil Smith and Ricky Brown set the pace in city competition.
State Champions Fuliill
Coach Irwin's Dream
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LEATHERLUNGERS Gene Horton and Marty Schnetzler lead the pack to
claim the class AA state cross-country championship.
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VARSITY BASKETBALL-BOTTQM ROW2 H- Ballewf J- M. Buchanan, B. Bergmann. TOP ROW: Coach Don Van Pool, B. Scott G. Ashmore S. Bayless J Cheaf.
Waugh, J- Hill, B- Byers, 5- NliYCl1Sll, R. RGUDQOYQ- Van Pool, G, Rahill, P. Skaggs, T. Robinson, D. ham, K. Blair Coach Clay Davis., I l
Cagers Shatter Records in Sweep of Titles
At the beginning of the season, North-
west's b-ballers had two obiectives: to
win the Mid-State Conference and to
repeat as state champions.
Led by 6' 10" Steve Mitchell, the tal-
ented Knights accomplished goal number
one and were well on their way to
number two, posting 21-l season record.
It was the best season record in school
history due largely to Mitchell who av-
eraged 2l.5 points a game and intimi-
dated the opponents on defense.
In the season opener, Northwest
trounced Shawnee 65-30 as lO Knights
broke into the scoring column. Mitchell
led all scorers with 19 points.
The Purple and Gold then traveled to
awton to participate in the inaugural
i-State tournament. The Knights claimed
he tournament crown with victories over
Putnam City West 68-42, Bartlesville
Sooner 68-54 and Marlowe 60-44.
Mitchell was selected Most Valuable
Player and senior playmaker John Cheat-
'tam ioined him on the All-Tournament
Capitol Hill was the next Northwest
victim, falling 52-46. The Redskins ef-
iectively contained Mitchell, but iunior
Qon Raunborg broke loose for 26 points
and game scoring honors.
Putnam City's 20-8 first quarter lead
ooked as impregnable as the Bastille.
fM'F5'NG basketball Seasfm is 'he hffdesf PNY," Says Bobby Fairchild of his nine-week confinement fol-
Axwlng an automobile accident the night of The Tulsa Tournament. Craig Dawkins, Frank Allen, and Leon
eyers were also iniured in the wreck. Bobby, Leon, and Frank were managers, Craig, a Varsity player.
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NWC Putnam City West
NWC Bart. Sooner
NWC Capitol Hill
NWC Putnam City
NWC John Marshall
NWC Midwest City
NWC U. S. Grant
NWC Mt. View
NWC Tulsa Central
NWC U. S. Grant
NWC John Marshall
NWC Capitol Hill
NWC Putnam City
NWC Midwest City
NWC 65 Enid 53
NWC 73 Southeast 60
RIGORS of the game are reflected by Coach Don Van Pool,
who upped his career won-loss record to 206-84 in '68-'69,
ABOVE: COACH VAN POOL gives Bruce Scott a pointer on how
to run the offense. RIGHT: "Dorff forget to cover the baseline,"
shouts the volatile coach to his Varsity charges.
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FIRST down Sophomore Tony Robinson scrambles for a loose ball in the Knight's 63-53 conquest of Enid.
Scrap, Hustle, Drive, Grit -
Code of Knightland's Champions
However, behind Mitchell's 28 points,
the Knights celebrated "Bastille Day"
early, rallying for a 56-36 win.
In the game-of-the-week, the balanced
Northwest attack handed Douglass its
first home court loss in three years 64-62.
Four starters scored in double figures.
Resembling a German tank division,
the cagers "blitzed" outmanned John
Marshall 65-42. Mitchell and iunior Bruce
Scott combined for T8 and T3 points, re-
spectively, to lead all scorers.
Arch-rival Midwest City literally
"froze" against the taller Knights, but its
stalling tactics failed by a 45-33 margin.
Mitchell held the Bombers' Larry Trimble,
the conference leading scorer, to five
points while scoring 22 himself.
Coach Don Van Pool's charges survived
Grant's Clay Hoster to edge the Generals
56-53. Hoster, a 6' 3" shooting artist,
pumped in 24 points in a losing effort.
A long-awaited trip to Tulsa for the
invitational "Tournament of Champions"
followed the Grant game. The Knights
claimed another coveted trophy, downing
Mountain View 76-58, Ringwood 44-39,
and No. 2 ranked Tulsa Central 69-50.
The first round of the Tournament of-
fered an interesting match between the
state's two tallest players, Northwest's
Mitchell and Mountain View's 6' ll" Nor-
Returning from the bright lights of
Tulsa, the cagers won return matches
with Grant 68-58, Shawnee 37-26, John
Marshall 80-45, Capitol Hill 75-53, and
Putnam City 60-49. The 37-26 triumph
over Shawnee marked Coach Van Pool's
200th career coaching win.
Any hope for a perfect season was
ruined when Douglass nipped Northwest
67-65. The Trojan win ended the Knights'
28-game winning streak.
Rebounding from this loss, the b-ball-
ers went on to decision Midwest City
45-42, Enid 63-53, and Southeast 73-60.
In the last two victories, the towering
Mitchell set two new school records.
His 23 point outburst against Enid
boosted his career total over the TOOO
point mark, The following game, he
threatened to beat Southeast singlehand-
edly, scoring 49 points. This scoring
binge eclipsed Larry Gatewood's record
of 42 set in T966.
AN altitude record is set by Steve Mitchell as he
scores two points despite a block by Midwest City's
stellar guard Larry Trimble, varsity captain.
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GRANVS Clay Hoster C441 questions how to stop Ron Raunborg's
layup in Northwest's 68-58 win over the Generals.
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"THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT" is evidenced by cagers Ben Byers and John Cheatham
as they march down the court in the finals of the Tulsa Memorial Tournament of Champions.
JUNIOR VARSITY-BOTTOM ROW: T- RObiI'lSOn, T. James, B. Humph- ROW: Coach Clay Davis, K. Blair, M, Stevens, G. Rahill, S. Bayless,
VSV, J- Hill, D. Littlefield, J. Waugh D,. Van Pool, D. Vaughn. TOP M. Wilson, V.,Bowen, M. Manning, C. Humphrey, D. Fairchild, mgr.
Coach Van Pool Posts 200th areer Wm
Talented sophomores provided most of
the scoring punch as Coach Clay Davis'
B-squad posted a T2-4 season record.
Sophomores Jerry Waugh, Jim Hill,
and Tony Robinson teamed with iunior
Skip Bayless to lead the Junior Varsity.
Waugh and Hill were the only players to
score in double figures, averaging l5.2
and ll.8 points, respectively.
Highlight of the year was the team's
47-AO win over Douglass. This victory
avenged last year's loss to the Trojans
which ended a 35-game home court win-
Under the direction of Coach Tom Er-
win, the C-squad suffered through a
3-T3 campaign. Lack of heighth and in-
experience troubled the cagers through-
out the season.
An intense rivalry with Northwest's
feeder school, Taft Jr. High, was created
when the freshman squad defeated the
The Little Knights' overtime win marked
the first meeting between the two
schools. Steve Makintubee hit a pres-
sure-packed freethrow with no time re-
maining in the overtime to give North-
west its victory.
A. C. Copeland, Steve McNeill, Rod
Cranford, Bart Thompson, and Makin-
tubee comprised the starting five for
Copeland and Makintubee were con-
sistent scorers for the C-squad, with
Copeland being the tallest man on the
team at 5' li".
"WE DID IT AGAIN!" Knight b-ballers claim the Tulsa Tournament of Champions trophy.
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Mitch Edges 1,000 Mark,
abs Record 49 Points
DEFENSIVE tactics of Tony Robinson and Bruce Scott force Chris Gilbert
ot John Marshall to Commit a traveling violation,
FORWARD Bob Bergmann registers a bucket against Midwest City despite an attempted
"stuff" by Mike Beno. Northwest went on to defeat the Bombers 45-33.
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C-SQUAD-BOTTOM ROW: J, Yeager, C. Carter, A. C. McNeill, C. Ellison, TOP ROW: C, Kongs, J. Ritter, Ridley, B. Ray, Coach Torn Erwin,
Copeland, B. Thompson, R. Cranford, W, Wallin, S, R, Metheny, S, Makintubee, K. Wilson, S. Wright, R.
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VARSITY WRESTLERS-FRONT ROW: G. Dickinson, D. M, Ackerman. ROW 2: Coach L. Marcotte, R. Kil- R- M'37l0Ck- TOP ROW? T- HUbbBfd, K. Bryant, S,
Box, R. Fulton, P. Rattan, T. Peek, B, Geller, gore, M, Riggall, K. Willson, G. Barker, J, Riggall, Veatch, S. Rayburn, K. Zinn, M. McGinley, G. Ebeling.
A combination of "The Good, The
Bad and The Ugly" marked Coach Leon-
ard Marcotte's fourteenth season as
wrestling mentor at Northwest.
Plagued by inexperience and iniur-
ies, the grapplers posted a 5-6 dual rec-
ord and placed seventh in the Mid-State
tournament. Emphasis was necessarily
placed on youth when iniuries crippled
seniors Pat Rattan and Mark McGinley.
On the brighter side, the Knights flat-
tened five opponents, including Class
AA wrestling power Classen. Underclass-
men with experience in ten ot the eleven
weight brackets will return to bolster
next year's squad.
Senior Jim Riggall, at l45 pounds,
claimed third place individually in the
City tournament and led the team in
scoring with i3 wins, 6 losses, and 6
pins for Al points. Another senior, Ron
Matlock at l68 pounds, was second in
team totals with 5 wins, 8 losses and 2
pins for l9 points.
Other leading scorers for the grapplers
were Dennis Box, Barry Geller, and Mark
Ackerman, totaling i5 points apiece,
Gary Barker and Steve Veatch, lA points,
and Tom Peek, who compiled i2 points.
For the first time in school history no
Northwest wrestler qualified for the state
meet. However, Riggall claimed the AAU
title April l9,
ln regional competition Coach Mar-
cotte entered underclassmen so they
could gain experience for next year.
Injuries Hamper Grapplers
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JUNIOR VARSlTY-FRONT ROW: B. Clark, S. Phillips, J. Cooley, M. Bailey, B. Hubbard, P. Fondren.
ROW 2: M. Hanson, D. Mettauer, C. Shirley, D. Smith, J, Beal, F. Gonzalez. TOP ROW: B. Wensauer,
K. Loeftler, G. Poteet, E, Thayer, G. Collins, G. Hayde'1,mgr,,.l.McWhirter.
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All City Tournament 9th Place
Mid-State Tournament 7th Place
Regionals 12th Place
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KNlGHT STANDOUT, Jim Riggall, receives congratulations after he pins his opponent in the
Norman match, Riggall tallied the Knights' only points of the contest,
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Gill, E. Winston, ROW 2: J. Hewes, D. Morgensen,
Wrestlers, Tankers Face Revamping Course
ONE-TENTH of a second makes the crucial difference in the 400-yard freestyle relay, consisting of Bill
Lytle, Torn Rueb, Charlie Turpin, and Henry Bockus, at the John Marshall dual meet.
Under the direction of new Head Coach
John Goss, Northwest swimmers fin-
ished 4--4 in dual meet competition,
fourth in the Mid-State Conference, and
second in the City Meet.
In the Mid-State Meet Knight swim-
mers captured only one conference title
to finish fourth. Team Captain Marty
Schnetzler finished first in the 200-yard
Silver medals in the conference meet
were awarded To Bob Trosper in diving
and Charles Crittenden in the TOO-yard
breaststroke. Third place finishers were
Jack Parsons, diving, and Schnetzler, 400-
yard free style.
Underclassmen dominated the Knights'
second place finish in the City Meet.
Crittenden, a freshman, won the lOO-
yard breaststroke and Trosper, a soph-
omore, won the diving competition.
Other medal winners were Parsons,
second, ZOO-yard freestyle and AOO-yard
freestyle, Henry Bockus, third, 50-yard
freestyle, Crittenden third, 200-yard in-
dividual medley, the freestyle relay, sec-
ond, and the medley relay, third.
Other finishers for Northwest were
Parsons, fourth, diving and Crittenden,
fifth TOO-yard breaststroke.
State competition was highlighted by
Trosper's second place finish in diving.
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E. Crosley, J. Shrode, G. Rleder, D. Mettauer, D. Parsons, J. Jarrett, K. Phinney, B. Lytle, T. Rueb. H' BOCRUS, Coach John G055-
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NWC 36 John Marshall 59
NWC 5l Grant 44
NWC 37 Putnam City 58
NWC 82 Douglass 13
Nvvc 35 John Marshall 60 l
NWC 38 Midwest City 57
NWC 35 Norman 60
NWC 57 Grant 38
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o capture the gold medal in the City Swim Meet.
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To promote good sportsmanship and
competition between Northwest's non-var-
sity athletes, the intramural committee of
Student Council provided a wide variety
of tournaments. Chairman of this year's
activities was senior John Abney.
Kicking off early in January, competi-
tion began with football, followed by
basketball, wrestling, and bowling.
Six teams fought for the football title
with The Grain Juice Terrors, captained
by senior Griff Graham, capturing first
place. They defeated The Spirit of '76,
40-6, and Johnson's Jockeys, 26-6.
The Company reached the finals by
edging the BH'ers 6-O, and in a long sud-
den-death play-off, stopped the Kings-
The spring season featured competitive
tournaments in ping pong, volleyball, soft-
ball, tennis, and track. After a year's ab-
sence, the yo-yo tourney was brought
back into the program by the committee.
CHAMPIONS of intramural football are the Grain Juice Terrors. BOTTOM ROW: Griff Graham, Craig Mau-
rer, Doug Jensen. TOP ROW: Doug Hall, Mike Riddles, John Abney, Bobby lrwin, and Charley Turpin.
ABOVE: WHO is in control is the question during a match between seniors Charley Turpin and Riley
Cleaver, as each one tries to pin the other in the wrestling duals, LEFT: With eagle eyes on the strike
pocket, junior Ronnie Hollingsworth prepares to deliver his ball in a game of bowling intramurals.
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VVARMING UP for the intramural contest, Bobby Sfoldt lfopj spins his
yoyo, Ccenterj "rocks the cradle," lbottoml performs an original trick.
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A CONCENTRATION of brains-six of Norihwesfs nine
Merit Scholars gather on ihe patio To discuss plans for
Parties, elections, meetings, contests,
People scurry from here to there-
Corridors, patio, cafeteria,
Freshmen full of
zest and vigor,
Sophomores filled with selt-made praise,
Juniors working toward graduation, while
Seniors dream of college days.
INDELIBLY imprinted on the minds and hearts of Northwest grad'
uates is the pride Knights have in their heritage and traditions.
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EAGER TO RETURN their opponents' first serve in the intramural ping pong tournament are freshman Top Teens, Cindy Myers and Rick Metheny.
PIANO PLAYING provides entertainment for officers Cstandingl Rick Metheny, president, Charlsie Young,
ffeasl-'fefi C""dY MYe"5f 5eCfeT5fYi fSifTlnQl Mark H3'fl, vice president, Sheree Stroud, sergeant at arms.
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W as 'Groovy'
lt was a new, wide, wonderful world
for the 794 freshmen entering Knight-
land September 3.
First glimpse of the "big operation" at
Northwest was provided on Orientation
Day, August 29, when the Student Coun-
cil officers presented a program designed
to inform freshmen about the school ac-
Brief talks by representatives from
school organizations were given in as-
sembly in the auditorium followed by a
tour of the building conducted by Cour-
tesy Club girls.
Largest percentage of freshmen in
school history Q57 per ce-ntl went to the
polls to cast ballots for class officers.
They used machines for the first time.
D.A.T.'s CDifferential Aptitude Testsl
were administered in September to all
ninth graders. Results were used by coun-
selors in advising future curriculum
Freshmen quickly made their mark in
all facets of school life. Music, sports,
speech, and art departments benefited
from the array of class talent.
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"HOWDY" is the password at the traditional first-week mixer. Barbara Stoldt and Brad Swickey
waste no time in getting acquainted at the annual affair for freshmen and new students.
TOP ROW: Judy Bradley, Elizabeth Bradway, Patty Brandell
ROW 2: Nancy Bravo, Lyn Bray, Shelly Bredeson. BOTTOM ROW
Bob Breisch, Michelle Brewer, Mary Brewster.
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Back-to-School Dance Sparks Friendships
A. C. Copeland
Jean Ann Damron
Lou Ann Davis
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Pets, Hobbies coup Dail Leisure
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HIGHLIGHT f Kin 's day is when his mistress, freshman Carol Caoron, gels home from school and takes him
for a walk. The boots are esseniial for outdoors, the 170 pound Great Dane as allergic to grass.
TOP ROW: Jim Haggard, Mike Hahn. Row 2:
Harriet Hall, Laura Hall. BOTTOM ROW: Pam
Hall, Terri Hamby.
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TRANSPOSING MUSIC requires concentration for
Ibassoonist who was promoted To first chair in the
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TOP ROW: Kenny Holmes, Palmer Holmes, Ronnie Hooper, Sharon Hopper. ROW 2: Ann
Horton, Debbie Horton, Pam Houk, Richard Householder. ROW 3: Barbara Howard, Patty
Howard, Jo Ann Hugg, Hallie Hughes. BOTTOM ROW: Peggy Hull, Mike Humphrey,
Debbie Hunt, Diana Irby.
Freshmen 0 165
TOP ROW: Terri Lensgraf, Ricky Levann, Larry Leverich. ROW 2:
Jackie Leveridge, Steve Lewis, Susan Lingerfelr. BOTTOM ROW:
Gary Lininger, Teresa Lippert, Joan Liss.
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GRACE, POISE, and skill acquired through numerous public performances are displaye
freshmen Susan Hankinson, ballet dancer, and Angela Brundage, modern iazz specialisf.
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Kenneth Lutz Serves as U.S. Senate Pa e
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Jo Beth McNary
Choices ffer Mental Challenge
COMPETING with sophomores in geometry class is Brian Birdwell, mafhemailcs Puff, whose
lability rated him a spot in advanced course work. He was the only freshman in the class.
TOP ROW: Joan Perkins, Don Perry, Duke Petree. ROW 2: Debbie
Phillips, Diana Phillips, Kathy Phillips. BOTTOM ROW: Sally Phipps,
Paul Pinkerton, John Pinkinson.
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Loy Ann Randol
Dale Sandgarten 3.
Charmaine Saxon Q17
"DO I pull the lever now?" John Wynn asks Bill Lacy, Student Council
vice president, in charge of elections. John is using the voting ma-
chines for the first time to vote for class officers.
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TOP ROW: Greg Shedeck, Andy Sheen, James Sheets, Debbie Sheltman. ROW 2: Nancy
Sherwood, David Shifrin, Steven Short, Mike Sims. BOTTOM ROW: Patty Sinclair, Chuck
Singerman, Lee Slade, Stephen Smedlund.
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MASTERING the technique of Switchboard operation Jo Beth McNary like many of her INDIAN FOLKLORE proves to be a fascinating subiect to Jo Beth in
classmates gets into the swing of things at Northwest Mr Winston Havenstrite s Oklahoma History class.
Frosh Find 0PPOPtUHltl6S for Expression
Scott E. Smith
Steve C. Smith
Steve J. Smith
Carol St. George
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Jo Beth has to learn to gauge time to grab books for her next hour.
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Violet Van Hooser
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AMPAIGN FEVER reaches a peak in Mrs. Clara Lupers history class with Lala election November 5 class members assumed important posts in campaigning
:fe and Keith Mott on the phone checking headquarters Before the presidential for their favortte political parties
GATHERED by the Circle Drive on their way to a meeting are class officers Sarena Massey, secretary,
Steve Harris, president, John Hardwick, vice president, Kent Loeffler, treasurer, and Janet Doolen, sergeant
at arms. Class business was conducted at regular monthly meetings in officers' homes.
The 802 members of the sophomore
class reioiced in their new status as full-
fledged Heralds and sighed with relief
because they were no longer the young-
After evaluation of STEP test profiles
iSequential Test of Educational Progressi,
sophomores conferred seriously with
counselors concerning curriculum and ca-
reer choices. ,
January 27 was tenth grade Grienta-
tion Day. Enrollment for next year was
discussed with counselors in assembly.
Soon after, schedule cards were dis-
tributed and sophs pre-enrolled earlier
than ever before.
For the second straight year, Joanne
Bateman and Mark Harvey were chosen
Top Teens by their classmates. The an-
nual contest was sponsored by The Shield.
There was no campaign nor runoff, re-
sults were announced in the newspaper.
The first semester Knights' Honor Roll,
one of Northwest's highest distinction,
listed 93 tenth graders on its roster.
Proud of its first two years of achieve
ments, the class of 1971 looked forwar
to two more eventful years in Knightland-
EXTRA CHAIRS are not needed for entertaining when one owns a bathtub, agree top teens, Mark Harvey and Joanna Bateman, as they relax with Harvey's puppy.
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LOOK, you're late," Key Club sergeant at
Rieder. The Club imposes a ten cent fine on
arms Marty Schnetzler, poinis out to lafeco
all members late for Friday morning meetings
TOP ROW: Randy Cooper, Chris Corbett. ROW
2: Ronnie Costigan, Lisa Coulter. BOTTOM
ROW: Denise Counter, Michael Cowherd.
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Expert Equestrienne Cheri Barber, youngest girl to qualify for national competition in her division last summer
arranges a fireplace display of the numerous trophies and ribbons she has won in competition.
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ide Fields of Interest Excite Live y Sophs
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Brad Fernberg i . g ln
Carol Fishback L -
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Helen Fletcher H
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, I I ' Lenore Gilbert
0' Anne Gillespie
Girls' Hobbies Show Imagination, Ingenuit
I in Scott Guysi
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FABRIC ODDS and ends help spark school spirit when used by Susan Felton, Melinda McCuan, and Debbie
James to create mod lunch box purses, one of the year's most popular fads.
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Kay Harley, Sanford H
Harrah, Melony Harris.
Harris, Tom Harrison.
BOTTOM ROW: Steve
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"KEEP YOUR MlND on your driving, keep your hands on the wheel, and your in the school's new mobile training center. Increased enrolment kept three
eyes on the road." Janet Doolen and Jane Jesseph concen1ra1e on driving rules drivo-trainer cars in motion six periods a day.
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Year's Biggest Prize Is a Driver's LICCHSC
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PREPARING for the annual Red Cross donut sale EXTRA STRETCH is needed for the first grep, so modern dance students Mary Renfro, Le Ann Pruitt, and
are Melinda 510119. Rglna MOVVJSOVL and MLSSY DFXOF1- Tammy Zaikis exert every muscle in practice sessions before the annual spring dance pageant.
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W' John Lorenz
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mechanical drawing class, sophomore Carol Lefler, demonstrates uses of 1he T-square. TOP ROW: Maura O'Malley, Susan Orer ROW
2: Mike Ostrander, Sally Otterson. ROW 3
Jan Overby, Pat Ownbey. BOTTOM ROW
Leath Parker, Steve Parks.
ecializeg Invade Male Class Domains
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TOP ROW: Donna Sturgill, Curtis Supplee, D'Ann Sutter. ROW 2:
Vllndy Swank, John Swansberger, Ted Sylvester. BOTTOM ROW:
ibby Tabor, Tim Tabor, Phyllis Tannehill,
WALKING on crutches isn't as easy as it looks, decide Bob Gary, Ciuniorj, Robbie Mythen,
Kseniorl, and Steve Harris, Csophomorej, as they hobble down the hall. Bob and Steve were
football casualties. Robbie was iniured in an automobile accident last summer.
Sophomores 0 191
Heralds Brave Fierce Competition
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Don Van Pool
Sherry Watson 'K
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tances in Knight Groups
HALF TIME shows at games require band members Scott
Church and Jeff Pennington to keep their instruments in per-
fect tuning. Nine sophomores held key positions in the band.
Sophcmores 0 193
DESIGNING and constructing Oriental props for iunior-senior prom decorations president: Diane Burton, freaguyeri Qsrandingj Susan Long, sergeanf af at-mg,
occupy all the spare time of Junior Class officers: Cseatedl Patty Tuel, vice Doug Hall, president, and Cindy Bailey, secretary.
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POSTING prom committee lists is Miss Liz Lippman,
sponsor in charge of dance arrangements.
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' quires Relish 'Upperclass'
Signitying the obligations descending
to the Squires as a last step toward
Knighthood, the sword was passed from
the senior class president, Craig Maurer,
to the junior class president, Doug Hall,
in the traditional end-ot-school ceremony.
Already iuniors have been selected for
key positions next year in Northwest's 49
clubs and organizations. Members of the
class will head Student Council, publica-
tions, and other groups vital to the total
College loomed bigger on the horizon
as counselors checked juniors' credits for
graduation and stressed long-range plan-
ing in scheduling for the second year.
Highlights of second semester were
the receiving of long-awaited class rings
and the planning that went into the pro-
duction ot the junior-senior prom.
An Oriental atmosphere pervaded the
ballroom at the Skirvin Hotel, where the
dance was held for the second year. Jap-
anese greetings and goodbye, "Aisatsu"
and "Sayonara," were the theme for the
decorative motif of the annual ball.
"HI, guys!" Cheryl McDonald greets friends, while Bob Gary turns in their order at The Street after a
ball game. The couple was elected Top Teens by classmates in the annual Shield contest.
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Juniors Soak Up Culture, Art in Courses
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American Culture class. Ten members of the class accompanied Mr. Culbert to Mexico at Spring Break.
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and Barbara Bodine compare pop art obiects.
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TOP ROW: George Coulter, Claudia Cowper, Vicki Cox, Susie Coy. ROW 2: Justine Coyle,
Cliff Craig, Alan Cranford, Pollyanna Crank. BOTTOM ROW: Paula Crow, Colleen Crowe,
L skills are mastered by twin sisters, Sally and Susie
Stephens, in business machines class, open only to upperclassmen.
Debi Cunningham, Harry Curtis, pRAC1lCA
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THERE'S more to being a librarian than iust checking out books, discovers Evelyn Doles, as she clocks permifs, sefs up displays, and uses the card caialogue.
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Shootmg Iifll hts from All Angles, Rand
Marx Heads Publications' Pictorial Staff
VES owe allegiance to their masters, and Jane Edmondson plans to make sure
slave Steve Kellert is worth his price at the Latin Club banquet.
Juniors 0 203
FOOTBALL MANAGERS, Jim McWhirter and Chuck "DlD YOU SAY this was cherry cheese?" asks Deidra Odom of classmates Carolyn Gautreaux Jan
Simmons, are presented gold windbreakers at pep Farha, and Diane Mitchell at the French Club's Cheese tasting party. Members sampled 27 kinds of cheese
assembly by the Parents' Booster Club. at the unique party attended by some IOO students early in December.
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Humanities Classes Tour Local Galleries
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PAUSING to study the complexities of modern art during a specially arranged tour of the Science and Arts 1
Foundation are Humanities class members, iuniors Robert Branham and Barbara Ketchum. J
TOP ROW: Vickie Robinson, Kennita Rogers.
ROW 2: .lim Rose, Nicki Rose. ROW 3:
Pam Rosenberg, Kathy Rountree. BOTTOM
ROW: Roger Rowe, Chesley Rutledge.
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Mark Szafra nski
Mauna Kea Thomas
Pope Van Cleef
RAVI SHANKAR tan, Robert Bran-
ham, brings sitar player Scott Ti-
gert to his English class to help
dramatize Robert's report.
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Steve Von Tungeln
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TOP ROW: Sharlet Waller, David Wallis, Amy Warren. ROW 2: Tom
Warren, Gary Watson, Suzanne Waugh. ROW 3: Jeff Weeks,
Chuck Wells, Martin Wernick. ROW 4: David West, Debbie West,
Susie Wheeler. BOTTOM ROW: Randy Wheeler, Richard White,
210 0 Juniors
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"MR. GROSS," pet of the biology lab, simplifies the study of human anatomy for Lynn Burto
and Craig Humphreys, members of the new advanced Biology ll class.
uires See Rings as Symbols of Seniorit
AT LAST! Juniors Ronnie Raunborg, Marilee Holdridge, Doug Hall, and Jeanne Haggard, sigh as they get their first glimpse of class rings.
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"WITH TALENT like this, our Senior Assembly should Craig Maurer, president. Auditioning for parts in Susie Bevins, treasurer, and Connie Geist, sergeant
be a smash!" Leon Meyers, class vice president, tells the show are Con staget Cheryl Wilson, secretary, at arms.
We ll Never Forget orthwest, Because . .
ON THEIR WAY to Senior Assembly are Craig Maurer
and Cathy McGregor. They were elected Top Teens
for the fourth straight year by their classmates,
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The Class of '69 will always remember
their 720 Days of the Knights-the string
of sports champions, traditional excel-
lence of Cryslurs, dramatists, cheerlead-
ers, maiorettes, prize winning publica-
tions and debaters.
Each event and tradition throughout the
year took on a little more meaning and
significance for the 705 members of the
The final football game, the last prom,
pep club banquets-all stirred sentimental
feelings for the soon-to-be graduates.
Friendships of long standing grew clos-
er as conversation drifted inevitably to
plans for college and the future, and ev-
erybody was iust a little scared.
The draft, Vietnam War, generation
gap, stories of campus riots, and the fash-
ionable practice of "rebelling against the
establishment" were news headliners
which prompted seniors to become un-
easy about how they will "fit in" to the
pattern of modern life.
But the past four years are most real.
Who will ever forget the famous fresh-
man picnic, when Craig Maurer, class
president, and five other class members,
went to the hospital following an accident
on a ride at Springlake Amusement Park?
At the halfway mark, this class experi-
enced a change in school administration
and viewed the two new young princi-
pals as "neat and groovy."
The last two months of school were
filled with memorable events-awards as-
semblies, final exams, senior assembly,
senior sermon at the First Presbyterian
Church, Round Table coronation, and the
finale, senior breakfast and Commence-
ment exercises at Taft Stadium May 29.
After tryouts were held, Sue Jarrett,
Donna Cordell, and Terry Ham were
chosen speakers for Commencement.
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TOP ROW: Wynona Beleele, Tom Bender, Bob Bergmann. ROW 21 Susie
Bevins, Park Bingham, Karen Binns. BOTTOM ROW: Robyn Birdwell, Susan
Black, Kent Blair.
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HTHIS IS more fun than blowing bubbles," Donna Hill tells lab partner Jim Heath as
they conduct a glass blowing experiment in chemistry class.
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TOP ROW: Tim Cooley, Susan Cooper. ROW 2: Don-
na Cordell, Bob Cornelison. BOTTOM ROW: Jeannie
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REFLECTIONS of a winter snow are left in the form of footprints by Knights hurrying to class. TOP ROW: Marian Dietrich, Sherry Dobson BOTTQM
ROW: Patrick Dolan, Judi Donceel.
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UP UP AND AWAY . . hums aviator Martin Amick as he proves while CONGRATULATIONS for missing the fountain Skydivers Mike Parks and Mike Riddles
repairing his plane, that theres nothing a little bubble gum wont fix members of the Sooner Skydivers Club greet each other after a parachute lump
TOP ROW -lean Heffmg -lane' Heffmann BOTTOM DOWN TROJANS' Senior girls Susie Bevins and Susie Suggs boost school spirit with their poster
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"JE NE sais pas." Steve Flynn stays after class to interpret French tapes.
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Mathews, Ron Matlock. BOTTOM ROW: Sharon Mauldin, Craig Maurer, Sandy
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TOP ROW: Karen McKee, Mike McKinley, David McKinney, Becky McNary, Gary McNutt. ROW 2: Pam McPhail, Jane Medford,
Robert Mee, Leslie Meek, Laura Melton. BOTTOM ROW: Diane Meyer, Leon Meyers, Melvin Miller, Roger Miller, Jack Mills.
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NO WONDER Mr. Henry Bellmon was elected U. S.
Senator! He was welcomed to the Knights' homecoming
game by cheerleaders Linda Choate and Cleda Hulett.
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David Pock, Pat Pogue. BOTTOM ROW: Pat Ponder, Vickie Pontious, John Pool, Ross Pope.
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HOPEFUL that last minute cramming will help him pass his ACT's QAmerican
College Testsh, Ronnie Matlock preps for his three-hour Saturday tests.
IT PAID OFF! Counselor Gerald Heusel passes out ACT scorebooks-and Ronnie
likes what he sees-a high score and his passport to the college of his choice.
Scholars Breeze Through College Testin
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exams more fun, Kenny Wilson and Terry Manning wholeheartedly agree.
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TOP ROW: Mary Stacy, Steve Stacy, Dean Staley. ROW TWO: Marcia Stan-
defer, Randy Stansel, Barbara Steele. BOTTOM ROW: William Steele, Barbara
Stegman, Nancy Steph.
Phil St. George
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UNDERSTANDING is reflected by psychology students David Duvall, Kathy Kearney, and Allyson Gatlin while working in Rogers' School for the handicapped
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WASN'T IT GREAT? Terry Green's bedroom bulletin board and her scrapbooks are:
filled with treasured me-mentos of the four years she has spent at Northwest,
Tickers, cards, invifaiions
Everyone in school was There,
News clips, ribbons, medals,
We handle Them with care
S Admits, snapshois,
Tomorrow is already here,
Corsages, drops, friendship rings-
Senior memories we hold dear.
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in her collection of memorable occasions.
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Senior Activities Index
ABNEY, JOHN Student Council 4, Hi-Y 2-4, treas.
4, Key Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4:
ACKERMAN, MARK Football 1-4, Wrestling 1-4,
Baseball 1, 2, Boys "O" Club 1-41 PV95- 4: Hi-Y 21 Q11
v. pres. 3, Key Club 2, 3, Class pres. 3, Friendship
ACKERMAN, PAUL Hi-Y 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4, DE 4.
ALBRIGHT, KATHY Coronets 1-4, Spanish Club 1,
Honor Language 3.
ALLEN, DEBORAH Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2, 37
Tri-Hi-Y 2, Court Jesters 1, Round Table Staff 3.
ALLEN, FRANK Baseball 1-3, Boys "O" Club 2-4,
Basketball Mgr. 4, Football Mgr. 1-4, Wrestling Mgr.
ALMACK, PENNY Cygnets I-4, Court Jesters 1,
Courtesy Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 20th Century Home-
makers 3, 4, v. pres. 3, pres. 4.
AMICK, MARTIN Cry-Slurs 2-4, librarian 3, chap. 4,
Amateur Radio Club 1-4, pres. 2-4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Honor Roll 1-4, Honor Language 3, 4,
Student Council 4, parl. 4, German Club 3, 4, Flat
Earth Society 3, 4, Oil Executive for a Day 4, Junior
Rotarian 4, Youth and Citizenship Week Official 4,
Announcers Club 3, 4, parl, 4, Boys' State 3, NFL
3, 4, NASC Delegate 3.
AMMERMAN, PAMELA Coronets 1, lNorthwestl
Math Club 3, French Club 3, Science Club 3, Base-
AMSDELL, JIM JCL 2, Key Club 3, Cry-Slur Instru-
mentalist 3, Shield Staff 4.
ARMSTRONG, CHRIS Key Club 4.
ARNOLD, NANCY Coronets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 2,
cheerleader 3, Court Jesters I-4, cheerleader 2, All-
School Cheerleader 4, Courtesy Club 1-3, French Club
I, 4, Honor Language 3, 4, Great Books Club 4.
ASHFORD, RICHARD Spanish Club 1, 2, Key Club
ASHMORE, GLENN Basketball 1-4, Track 1-4, Key
Club 3, 4, Boys "O" Club 4, German Club 3, Honor
BACHHOFER, SHERRY Red Cross 3, alt. 4, Honor Roll
BAILEY, PAM Cygnets 1-4, VICA 3, Shield Represen-
BAILEY, RANDY Football 1-4, Hi-Y I, 2, Boys "O"
BAKER, DEBBIE Quill and Scroll 4, Cygnets I-4,
treas. 4, Shield Staff 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 3, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Honor
Language 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, 1st v. pres. 3,
hist. 3, Humanities League 3, Math Analysis Club 4,
Great Books Club 4.
BALDWIN, PATTI Transfer from Classen 4.
BALL, POLLI Coronets 3, 4, FBLA 4.
BALLEW, HARLEY Basketball 1-4, Baseball 1-3, Track
4, Boys "O" Club 4.
BARKER, DIANE Thespians 4, Court Jesters 4, Cour-
tesy Club 2-4, Coronets 2, Great Books Club 4,
American Field Service 3, Honor Roll 2.
BARNETT, BETTY Courtesy Club 2.
BARON, SUSIE Court Jesters 4, FBLA 4.
BARRETT, DENNIS FALCONS 1, 2, sgt.-at-arms 2,
Key Club 3, 4, Science Club 4.
BARRON, LINDA Coronets 1, 2, Spanish Club 1,
Honor Language 3, 4, Great Books Club 4, Red Cross
1, Student Council Alt. 4.
BATTEN, JANIE Cygnets 1, 2, Red Cross 4, VICA 4.
BAYS, GAIL Coronets 1-3, Student Council 4, Court
Jesters 1, 2
BAUMAN, LANA Coronets 2-4.
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BAUMBERGER, ANDREA Pep Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2,
Red Cross 2, Shield rep. 3, Student Council 4, Court
BEACHBOARD, CAROLINE Coronets 1-3, Student
Council 2, Girls Chorus 1, 2, Librarian 2, Shield Rep-
resentative 2-4, Cry-Slurs 2-4, asst. sec. 4, hist. 4,
Great Books Club 4.
BECK, KENNETH Symphony Hi-Notes 1-4, treas. 2, 3,
pres. 4, French Club 2, 3, Key Club 3, Orchestra I-4,
Cry-Slurs 4, Band 4, asst. director 4, Great Books
Club 4, Science Club 4.
BERGMANN, BOB Basketball 1-4, Baseball 1, 2, Hi-Y
2-4, soph. v. pres. 2, treas. 3, sec. 4, Key Club 3, 4,
board member 3, treas. 4.
BEVINS, SUSIE Coronets 1-4, rec. sec. 4, asst. treas.
4, Class treas. 4, Student Council 4, Honor Language
BINGHAM, PARK Class Council 2, 3, Class v. pres.
2, Basketball 2-3, Baseball 2, Football 2-3, Track 3,
Boys "O" Club 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, Student Council
2, 3, Prom Dec. Comm. 3, lClassenl, Football 4,
Track 4, Boys "O" Club 4, lNorthwestJ
BINNS, KAREN Cygnets I-4, FBLA 4.
BIRDWELL, ROBYN Coronets I, 2, German Club I-4,
Announcers Club 3, 4, Cry-Slurs 3, 4, Mu Alpha
Theta 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, NFL 3, 4,
Honor Language 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Thespians 2-4, sec.
3, v. pres. 4, Student Council 3, 4, Great Books Club
BLACK, SUSAN Cygnets 1-4, hist. 3, asst. treas. 4,
Court Jesters I, 2, cheerleader 1, 2, Courtesy Club
2-4, Girls "O" Club 3, 4, chaplain 4, Student Council
Alt. 2, Student Council 3, Spirit Committee 3, French
Club I-2, sec. 2, Red Cross 1.
BLAIR, KENT Track 1-4, Football 2-4, Shield Staff
3, 4, Round Table Staff 4, Shield Rep. 4, Boys "O"
BLAKEY, KAREN Coronets 1, 2, Shield Rep. 2, Shield
Staff 2, Girls Chorus 1-3, French Club 4, Great Books
BLAKLEY, CHARLOTTE Girls Chorus 1, 2, chaplain
1, Girls Trio I-4, Cry-Slurs 1-4, chaplain 2, 4, Red
BLALOCK, CURT Football 1-4, Key Club 3, Boys "O"
BLASCHKE, KRISTEN French Club 1, Courtesy Club
2, Cygnets 1-4, Orchestra 1-4, sec. 2, v. pres. 3,
sgt.-at-arms 4, Princess of Band and Orchestra 4.
BOATMAN, KEN Tennis 2, 3, Key Club 4, Spanish
Club 4, sgt.-at-arms 4.
BOATRIGHT, BARBARA Red Cross 1.
BOOKER, TOM Stagecrew 2-4.
BOOTH, JACQUE Cygnets 1-4, Red Cross 3.
BORGERT, LINDA Girls Chorus 1, Pep Club 1,
lWestern Oaksl JCL 2, 20th Century Homemakers 4.
BOYLES, JAY Baseball 2-4, Shield Rep. 4.
BRADY, PAM Coronets 1, 2, Cry-Slurs 2-4,
Quartet 2, Girls Trio 3, 4, treas. 4.
BREISCH, BARBARA Red Cross 1, Spanish Club
Cygnets 1-3, Honor Roll 2, 3, Student Council
pub. chm. 4.
SURPRISE AND EXCITEMENT atc mirrored in the faces ot Sports Queen candidates Terry Green, Mindy McCart
Cndy Brown, Nancy Arnold, and Nancy Steph, after they are introduced by the "O" Club president.
BROCK, JAN Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Girls
"O" Club 4, FTA 4.
BROCK, JOYCE Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 3, 4,
BROGDEN, RONNIE Football I, 2, Baseball I, 2, Hi-Y
I-4, Key Club 2-4.
BROOKS, LINDA Girls Chorus I, Coronets I-3, Ger-
man Club 4.
BROWN, CINDY Honor Roll I, 3, Courtesy Club 2,
Girls "O" Club 3, Cygnets I-4, Pep Council 4, All-
Sports Princess 4, Maiorette 2-4, Head Maiorette 4.
BROWN, GLORIA Coronets I-3.
BROWN, RICKY Football I, 2, Track I-4, Cross
Country 3, 4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4, Great Books Club
4, National Honor Society 4.
BRYANT, DIANE Cygnets I-3, Student Council Alt.
BUCHANAN, MIKE Basketball I-4, Mu Alpha Theta
2-4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Boys "O" Club
3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Shield Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor
CHAPMAN' STEVE COTTON, PAM Honor Roll I, 2, Coronets I-4, Cour-
3-4, Quill and Scroll 4, Great Books Club 4,
BUCKMASTER, DEANNA Pep Club I, 2. IShawneeI
BUMPAS, KRIS Court Jesters I, Student Council 3,
BUNTZ, PAUL Band I, 2, Varsity Scholar I-3, Honor
BURNETT, DIANA Cygnets I-3, COE 4.
BUTCHER, GARRY Student Council, ITulsa McLainI
Great Books 4, Spanish Club 4.
BUTLER, MARTHA Coronets I-4, Girls "O" Club 3,
Honor Roll 2, 4, French Club 4.
BYERS, BENNY Basketball I-4, Class v. pres. 2, Key
Club 2-4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4, Great Books Club 4.
CAIN, CHRIS Golf I-3, Boys "O" Club 2-4.
CAMERON, MIKE Symphonic Band 2-4, Boys Quar-
tet 3, 4, Cry-Slurs 3, 4.
CAMPBELL, DEBBIE Symphony Hi-Notes I, Red Cross
Alt. I, 2, Cygnets I-4, FTA I-4, parl. 2, sec. 3,
CAMPBELL, NANCY Court Jesters I, Girls "O"
3, Coronets I-4, Student Council 4, Courtesy
3, 4, 20th Century Homemakers 4.
CAPRON, RONNIE Red Cross I, Student Council
Alt. 2, Hi-Y 2-4, Swimming 3, 4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4.
CAPSHAW, DAVID Baseball I-4, Football 3, 4, Hi-Y
2, 3, Boys "O" Club 4.
CARPENTER, LESLIE Courtesy Club 2, Red Cross 3,
Tri-Hi-Y 3: Art Honor Society 3, Student Council 4,
Cygnets I, 4, sgt.-at-arms 3.
CARRINGTON, LYN Spanish Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,
Red Cross 2-4, sec. 3, pres. 4, Cygnets 2-4.
CARTER, JOHN Football I-4, Wrestling 2, 3, Boys
"O" Club 2-4.
CATRON, LEON National Art Honor Society 3, 4,
CHANEY, RALPH Red Cross 2, Tennis I-4, Hi-Y 4.
CHEATHAM, JOHN Basketball I-4, Baseball I-4,
Boys "O" Club 2-4, v. pres. 4, National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Honor Language 3,
4, Junior Rotarian 4, JCL 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Boys' State
3, Great Books Club 4, Pep Council 4, Key Club
2-4, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4, pres. 4.
Friendship Royalty 4.
CHEATHAM, SARA Coronets I, 2, JCL I-4, Humani.
ties League 3, Flat Earth Society 3, 4, Honor Language
3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Great Books Club 4,
Student Council 4, committee chm. 4.
CHERRY, ROBERT Football I-3, Student Council Alt.
CHOATE, LINDA Pep Club I, Girls "O" Club I,
ISoutheastI Round Table Staff 2-4, Court Jesters 2-4,
Coronets 2-4, All-School Cheerleader 4.
CLARK, BILLY Wrestling 2, Football I-4, Boys "O"
CLARK, KELLY Baseball I-3, Boys "O" Club 4, Key
Club 4, Mu Alpha Theta 2-4, Round Table Staff 4,
Shield Staff 4.
CLARK, NANCY Thespians 2-4. fHoustonJ
CLAUNCH, CONNIE Courtesy Club 2, 3, Court Jes-
ters I, 2, Student Council 4, Coronets I-4, sgt.-at-arms
CLAYBAUGH, DIANE Safety Council, Pep Club, Prom
Comm., fClassenl Coronets 4.
CLEAVER, RILEY Football I-4, Track 2-4, Boys "O"
Club 3, 4, Cry-Slurs I-4, Red Cross 2, 4, Shield
CLEVENGER, KATHY Cygnets I-3, DE 3, 4, parl. 4,
DECA 3, 4.
CLINTON, ROBERT DE 4.
COATS, BECKY Red Cross 3, FBLA 4.
COBB, LINDA Red Cross I, Court Jesters I, 2, Coro-
COGGINS, CATHY Courtesy Club 2, Girls' Tennis
2-4, Girls "O" Club 2-4, pres. 4, parl. 4, Cygnets
I-3, Honor Language 3, 4, German Club I-4, v. pres.
4, Great Books Club 4, National Honor Society 4.
COHEN, JEFF NFL I-4, Key Club 2-4, Flat Earth
Society 3, 4, Hi-Lion 4, Oil Executive for a Day 4,
National Honor Society 4, Student Council 4, chap-
lain 4, Tennis 4, Youth Citizenship Week Official 4,
JCL 4, Great Books Club 4, v. pres. 4.
COLCLASURE, JUDY Red Cross I, Coronets I, 2,
Tri-Hi-Y 3, DECA 3, 4, DE Queen 3, 4.
COLE, JONETTA Cygnets I-4, Round Table Staff 2,
French Club 2, Tennis 3, Red Cross 3, FBLA 3, 4,
CONNER, GLYNDA JEAN Cygnets 2-4.
COOPER, SUSAN Coronets I, 2, National Honor
Society 3, 4, parl. 4, Honor Language 3, 4, Announc-
ers Club 3, 4, National Thespian Society 2-4, sec. 4,
Great Books Club 4.
CORDELL, DONNA Cygnets I, 2, JCL I-4, treas. 4,
NFL I-4, parl. 3, sec. 4, Announcers Club 2-4, treas.
3, 4, Flat Earth Society 3, 4, National Honor Society
3, 4, Girls' State 3, Honor Language 3, 4, sec.-treas.
4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Mayor's Youth Commission
4, sec. 4, National Merit Semifinalist 4, Great Books
Club 4, DAR Citizenship Award 4, VFW Voice of
Democracy 3, 4.
CORNELISON, BOB Engineering Club 3.
CORNELISON, JEANNIE Coronets I, 2, Red Cross
3, 4, DE 4, DE Queen Candidate 4, Student Council
Alt. 4, FBLA 4.
GAYLE Courtesy Club 2, Cygnets I, 2,
CORNELL, CATHY Cygnets I-4, National Honor So-
ciety 4, 2Oth Century Homemakers 3, 4, sec. 4.
tesy Club 3, National Honor Society 4, Mu Alpha
CREECH, RICHARD Electronics Club 2-4, sec. 3.
CROWE, JUDY French Club I, Cygnets I-4, Courtesy
Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Girls' State Alt. 3,
Great Books Club 4, Honor Roll 3.
CUPP, CINDY Red Cross 2, Girls' Chorus I, 2,
Cygnets I-4, FTA 4.
CURTIS, CHRIS DECA 3, FBLA 4.
DANELY, PATSY JCL I, Coronets I-4, Thespians 3, 4.
SURPRISE ANNOUNCEMENT that she is Key Club
Sweetheart catches Vicki Vaughn offguard. Escort
Leon Meyers seems amused by her reaction.
DANIELS, DIANE Red Cross pres., Medical Club
pres., Foreign Relations Club, German Club. IPasa-
DEFEE, PHIL Shield Rep. I, 2, Football I-4, Boys
"O" Club 4.
DENHAM, DANA VICA 3, 4.
DENHAM, DOUG Wrestling 4.
DICKINSON, MILES DECA 4.
DIETRICH, MARIAN Pep Club I-3, Courtesy Club
3, Art Club 3, FJA 3, French Club I, FTA 3, News-
paper Staff 3, Emerson Project 2, IHardingl Courtesy
Club 4, French Club 4, Shield Staff 4, Red Cross 4,
DOBSON, SHERRY Future Homemakers of America
2, Pep Club 2, Library Science 2, IBroken Arrowl
National Art Honor Society 3, 4, DE 4, Courtesy
Club 3, 20th Century Homemakers 4.
DONCEEL, JUDI Court Jesters I, Tri-Hi-Y 2: COUY-
tesy Club 2, 3, Cygnets I-4.
DOUGHTY, TOM Key Club 2, NFL I-4, Marching
Band I-4, Pep Band I-4, Student Council 4, Great
Books Club 4.
DRAKE, HAROLD Cry-Slurs I-4, Spanish Club I,
Boys Chorus I, Pep Band I, Baseball 3, Senior Quar-
DUFFY, PAUL Electronics Club 2, Aviation Club 2.
DUGAN, JOYCE Girls Chorus I, Red Cross 4, Coro-
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DUNCAN, KEVIN Track I-3, Key Club 2-4, Hi-Y 4,
Boys "O" Club 4, Shield Staff 3, 4, Round Table
Staff 4, FBLA 4.
DUNCAN, PHIL Hi-Y 2, Key Club 3.
DUVALL, DAVID Honor Roll 2, Key Club 4, Great
Books Club 4, Shield Staff 4.
DYE, BET Pep Club I-3, officer I-3, Student Council
I-3, JCL I, 2, Honor Society I-3, Courtesy Club 2, 3,
Spanish Club 3, B-squad cheerleader 2, Tri-C's 2, 3,
Meister Swingers 2, 3, CClassenl Coronets 3, 4,
Cry-Slurs 4, Court Jesters 4, Honor Roll 4.
EADES, RICHENDA Art Club 2, 3, Pep Club I-3,
fHarding, Cygnets 4.
EARLEY, TERESA Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4,
Honor Language 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Mu Alpha
Theta 4, Election Board 4.
EASTON, WYN Baseball I-3, Shield Rep. I-4, Hi-Y
2-4, Key Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, Boys "O"
Club 3, 4.
EMERSON, RANDY Football I-4, Hi-Y 2-4, Boys "O"
Club 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Red Cross 4.
EMERY, CARLA Honor Society 2, Cheerleader 2,
fDouglassD Orchestra I-4, Symphony Hi-Notes 2-4,
Great Books Club 4, Honor Roll I, 2, Science Club
4, Red Cross 4.
EPPERSON, JILL Court Jesters I, Courtesy Club 2-4,
sgt.-at-arms 3, Cygnets I-4, DECA 4, reporter 4.
ERICKSON, PAUL Shield rep. 3, 4, JCL 2-4, Key Club
2-4, Flat Earth Society 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4.
EVANS, STEVE Cry-Slurs 4, Electronics Club 4.
FAIRCHILD, BOBBY Boys "O" Club 2-4, Student
Council 3, 4, Key Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Basketball 2-4,
Baseball 2, Friendship Royalty 4.
FALGOUT, PATRICIA Red Cross I, Safety Council
2, Courtesy Club 2, 3, French Club 2, DECA 3, 4,
state rep. 3, DE Princess 4.
FARHA, KATHY Red Cross I, Court Jesters 2, Coro-
nets I, 2.
FARLEY, DEBRA Pep Club 'I, 2, German Club 3.
FARMER, CAROLYN Coronets I-4, Girls' Track Team
2, FBLA 4.
FINCH, BILL Red Cross I, Baseball I, 2, Hi-Y 2-4,
Key Club 3, 4, Golf 4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4.
FISHER, NANCY Court Jesters I, Courtesy Club 2,
Student Council I, 3, Round Table Staff 3, 4, Coronets
I-4, reporter 3, rec. sec. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Honor
Language 3, National Thespian Society 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, sec. 3, NFL 3, 4, Round Table Royalty 4.
FLEETWOOD, BILL Hi-Y 2-4, pres. 4, Boys "O" Club
3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Football 2-4.
FLEMING, RHONDA Student Council I, Cygnets
'I-3, Student Council Alt. 2, 3, Red Cross Alt. 3, 4.
FLOOD, REBECCA Girls Chorus I, Honor Roll l, 2,
4, National Honor Society 3, 4.
FLYNN, STEVE Boys "O" Club I-4, Key Club 2-4,
pres. 4, Student Council 3, Hi-Y 2-4, Cross Country
2-4, Track I-4, Friendship Royalty 4.
FORD, JAN Court Jesters I, Courtesy Club 2, Cyg-
FRANK, KEITH Football I, Shield Rep. 4, Red Cross
4, Hi-Y 4, Key Club 4.
FRENCH, JIM Football 2-4, Boys "O" Club 4, Hi-Y
4, sgt.-at-arms 4.
FROW, JOHN Football I, Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4,
FULSON, STEVE Football 3. lWatuskal
FULTON, ROBERT German Club l, 2, Wrestling 3,
4, Science Club 4.
FULWIDER, RAYNORA Red Cross Alt. 3, Cygnets
3, Courtesy Club 2, 3, FBLA 3, 4, v. pres. 4, COE 4.
"THE SHOW must go on," murnbles Nancy Rice, undaunted by losing her flipper during a pep assembly.
240 0 Senior Activities
FUNDERBURK, ANNE French Club I, 4, Cygnets
I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, historian 4, FJA 2-4, Quill
and Scroll 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Shield Staff 2-4, reporter
2, page editor 2, 3, editor 4, Times correspondent.
FUNK, MARC Football I-4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4.
GALLOWAY, EDDIE Choir 2, IHardingD Cry-Slurs
3, 4, Boys Chorus 3, pres. 3.
GARDNER, GARY Transfer from John Marshall 4.
GARRETT, TERESA FTA 2, Safety Council 2, fHard-
ing, FBLA 4, lNorthwest,.
GATES, JAN Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at-arms I, Court Jes-
ters I-2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Courtesy Club 2-4, Girls "O'
Club 3, 20th Century Homemakers 3, 4, treas. 3, v.
GATEWOOD, ANNA Red Cross I, Coronets I, 2,
Student Council 3, Cry-Slurs 2-4.
GAUTREAUX, KATHY Coronets I, 2, Girls "O" Club
2, 3, DE 4.
GEIST, CONNIE Cygnets l-4, hosp. chm. 4, Cour-
tesy Club 2-4, chaplain. 4, pres. 4, Mu Alpha Theta
3, 4, FTA 4, sec, 4, Class sgt.-at-arms 4.
GIMPEL, ROBERT Engineering Club 3, Science Club
4, Great Books Club 4.
GLASS, JUDI Red Cross I, Courtesy Club 2, 3,
French Club 2, 4, Coronets I-4, NFL 3-4, Honor Lan-
guage 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, treas. 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, asst. sec. 4, Announcers Club 4, Great
Books Club 4.
GODDARD, DAVID Hi-Y 3, 4, DECA 4.
GORDON, SALLY Court Jesters I, 2.
GORDON, SCOTT Debate 2-4, National Honor So-
ciety 2-3, Key Club l, 2, Student Council 3, JCL 3, 4,
Spanish Club I-3.
GRAHAM, GRIFF Hi-Y 2-4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4,
Swimming 2-4, Football I, Basketball I, 2, Cross
GRAY, JEFF VICA 3, 4, pres. 3, 4.
French Club 4, FTA I-4, parl. 2, v, pres. 3.
LINDA Courtesy Club .2-4, Coronets I-4,
GREEN, JIM Band I-4, Orchestra 2-4,
GREEN, PAT Baseball 3, 4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4.
GREEN, TERRY National Honor Society 3, 4, Mu
Alpha Theta 3, Class sec. I, treas. 3, Election Board
I, 4, chm. 4, Cygnets I-4, cheerleader 3, rec. sec. 4,
Courtesy Club 2-4, chapl, 4, Court Jesters I-4, C-
Squad cheerleader I, B-Squad cheerleader 2, pres.
4, Princess of Football and Cross Country 4, Girls
"O" Club I, 3, 4, chapl. 3, sec. 4, Honor Roll 2, 3,
Friendship Royalty 4.
GRIFFIN, DAVID National Art Honor Society 4.
GRIMES, MARK Boys "O" Club 2-4, Football I-4,
GUSTIN, BRENDA Spanish Club I, Courtesy Club
2, 3, Red Cross 3, Honor Roll 3, FBLA 3, 4, FTA 4,
Great Books Club 4, National Honor Society 4.
HAAS, RUBY Red Cross I, 2, Symphony Hi-Notes
I-4, Library Club I, Spanish Club 4, Science Club 4,
Band I, 3, 4, Marching Band I-4, Pep Band I-4, Or-
chestra l-3, Pep Club I, NFL 2-4, Swimming I, 2,
Band and Orchestra Girls Association I-4.
HACK, CLYDAN Cygnets 'I-4, Election Board I.
HAGSTROM, DALE Band I-3, Flat Earth Society 3,
4, Science Club 3, 4, pres. 4, National Honor Society
3, 4, chapl. 4, Mu Alpha Theta 2-4, Honor Language
3, 4, French Club 4, Math Analysis Club 4, Great
Books Club 4.
HALE, BARBARA Courtesy Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Red
Cross Alt. 2, 3, Coronets I-4, chapl. 3, treas. 4,
National Art Honor Society 4, Student Council 4.
HALE, BEVERLY Honor Roll I, 2, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Honor Language 3, 4, German Club 2-4,
lpres. 4, Student Council Alt. 3, 4, Cygnets I-4, French
,Club 4, Great Books Club 4.
IHALL, DEBRA Science Club 4.
HALL, JEFF orchestra 1, crysiufs 3, 4.
HAM, TERRY NFL I-4, V. pres. 4, JCL 2-4, Flat Earth
'Society 4, Key Club 4, Great Books Club 4.
IHAMILTON, DEBBIE Courtesy Club 2-4, Girls "O"
Club 3, 4, v. pres. 4, VICA 4, Honor Roll 4.
HAMPTON, MARY Marching Band I, Red Cross 2,
Alt. I, Girls Chorus 3, Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club
4, French Club 4, FBLA 4, National Art Honor Society
HARLEY, BECKY JCL 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Court Jesters I-3,
Courtesy Club 2-4, Cygnets I-4, Round Table Staft
HARPER, LARRY Electronics Club 4, Science Club 4,
Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Key
Club 3, 4.
HARRIS, LARRY Boys "O" Club 4, German Club 4,
Football 3, 4.
HARRIS, SUSAN Courtesy Club 2, Round Table Statt
2, Coronets I-4, FBLA 4.
HARRISON, REBA Red Cross I, Pep Club I-3, JCL
2, 3, Phi Epsilon 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Mu
Alpha Theta 2-4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, lHardingl Math
Analysis Club 4.
HARRY, STEVE FBLA 4, Cry-Slurs 2-4, Shield Staff 4,
Advertising Mgr. 4, Round Table Staff 4, Quill and
HARTMAN, JANIE Cygnets I-4.
HARVEY, CINDY Coronets I-4, National Thespian
Society 2-4, French Club 4.
IF MR. THOREAU were here now." John Morozuk and Ann Reid check Frank Marwood after their Great
Books proiect. Following the essayist's philosophy, students wore the same clothes one week.
HATFIELD, STEVE Golf I, Student Council 3, Mu
Alpha Theta 3, Honor Roll I-4, National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Cry-Slurs I-4, pres. 4, Boys Quartet 3, 4.
HELT, ROBERT Electronics Club 2-4, pres. 4, Science
HENAGER, KRYN Red Cross I, Honor Roll 3, Ger-
man Club 2-4, Honor Language 3, 4, Girls Chorus
HENNING, DALE Football I, Baseball 4, Technical
School 4, Class pres. 4.
HENSCH, PEGGY Honor Roll I, Coronets I-4.
HERRING, JEAN Cygnets I-4, Honor Roll 4.
HERRMANN, JANET Honor Roll I, 2, Coronets I, 2,
Red Cross I, 2, NFL 2-4, National Thespian Society
2-4, treas. 3, National Honor Society 4, Great Books
HETHERINGTON, LINDA Pep Club I-3, VICA 3, 4.
HEUSER, DEBBIE Court Jesters I, Honor Roll 2,
Spanish Club I, 2, Courtesy Club 2-4, Cygnets I-4,
chapl. 4, Great Books Club 4, National Honor So-
ciety 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4.
HEWES, KITTY Cygnets I-4, FBLA 4.
HILL, ANNE Cygnets I-3, Red Cross I, 2, French
HILL, BILL Cross Country I-4, Boys "O" Club 4.
HILL, DONNA Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club I-4,
historian 4, v. pres. 4, Great Books Club 4, Student
Council Alt. 4.
HINKLE, PAT Cygnets I-4, FTA 4, German Club
HODGES, ELIZABETH JCL I, 2, Coronets I-4, Cour-
tesy Club 2-4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, National Honor
Society 4, Honor Roll I, 4.
HOMSEY, MICKEY Hi-Y 2, 3, German Club 2, 3,
Student Council 3.
HONIKER, DAN DECA 4.
HOOKER, MARCIE VICA 2.
HORNE, CHARLES Electronics Club 2, 3.
HORTON, SHELLEY Cygnets I-4, parl. 4, sgt.-at-arms
4, Courtesy Club I-3, Court Jesters I-4, v. pres. 4,
National Art Honor Society 3, 4, chapl. 3, v. pres.
3, pres. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, French Club I, 2.
HOUSE, GAIL Coronets 3, 4, Girls Chorus 3.
HOUSLEY, DEBI Pep Club I-3, FTA 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, Medical Careers I, 2.
HOWELL, PHIL Camera Club 4.
HUFFAKER, CARLA Cygnets I-4, Student Council
Alt. 4, Inter-City Student Safety Council Pres. 3.
HUFFMAN, JIMMIE Cygnets 2, VICA 3, 4, Red
HUGHES, PATTY Court Jesters 2-4, B-Squad cheer-
leader 2, senior rep. 4, Honor Language 3, 4, National
Honor Society 4, National Art Honor Society 3, 4,
sec. 4, Great Books Club 4, Cygnets 2-4, sgt.-at-arms
3, 4, pres. 4, Pep Council 4.
HULETT, CLEDA Courtesy Club 2, Coronets 'I-4,
cheerleader 2, All-School Cheerleader 4, Mu Alpha
Theta 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Court Jesters 2-4, sgt.-at-arms
4, Round Table Royalty 4, Friendship Royalty 4.
HUMPHREY, DOUG Band I, 2, Humanities League
3, Key Club 2-4, Flat Earth Society 3, 4, Great Books
Club 4, French Club 4, v. pres. 4, NFL 3, 4, Announc-
ers Club 3, 4, sec. 3, sgt.-at-arms 4, National Thes-
pian Society 3, 4, pres. 4.
HUMPHREY, LINDA Cygnets I, Girls "O" Club 3, 4,
DECA 3, 4, treas. 4, DE Princess 4.
HUNSAKER, TONI Court Jesters I, Coronets I-3.
HUNT, BRENDA KAY Girls Chorus I, 2, Shield rep.
HUNTER, DEBBIE Cygnets 1-4.
HUNTER, RICK Red Cross I, Alt. 2, Electronics Club
3, Camera Club 3, FBLA 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Election
HUTCHISON, BOB Red Cross 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, National
Honor Society 3.
JACKSON, BILL Key Club 2-4, Honor Roll 2, 4,
National Honor Society 4, Mu Alpha Theta 4, Math
Analysis Club 4.
JACOBSON, JENNIFER Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club
2-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, National Honor Society 4, National
Art Honor Society 2-4, sec. 3, v. pres. 4, Honor
Language 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, 4.
JARRETT, SUE Cygnets I-4, chapl. 4, hosp. chm. 4,
Courtesy ClubE2-4, Court Jesters I, 2, NFL 2-4, French
Club I, 2, Election Board I, 2.
JENSEN, DOUG Baseball 2, Track 3, 4.
JESSEE, SHARON Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2,
Flat Earth Society 3, 4, Great Books Club 4: STUCIGHT
JOHNSON, BILL Football T-4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4,
Hi-Y 3, 4, JCL I-4, Baseball I, 2, Red Cross 4, Flat
Earth Society 4, Shield rep. 3, Oil Executive for a
Day 4, Youth Citizenship Week Official 4.
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"FEED the ugly duckling, too," Donna Hill urges
Kevin Duncan during the Christmas holidays.
JOHNSON, FRANK Band I-4, corporal 2, v. pres. 4,
Orchestra 2-4, Cry-Slurs 3, 4, accompanist 4, National
Honor Society 4, Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3, German Club
I, 2, Flat Earth 3, 4, Great Books Club 4.
JOHNSON, GARY NFL I-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, National
Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Cry-Slurs 3, 4, v.
pres. 4, Announcers' Club 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Student
Council 4, Great Books Club 4, Honor Roll 'I-3, Flat
Earth Society 3, 4.
JOHNSON, LINDA Cygnets I-4.
JOHNSON, LIZ Coronets I-4, Round Table Staff
3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
JOHNSON, MIKE Football I.
JORDAN, DOUGLAS Honor Language 3, 4, pres. 4,
Flat Earth 3, 4, Math Analysis Club 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Great Books Club
4, Science Club 4, Symphony Hi Notes 4, Key Club
3, German Club 2-4.
KEARNEY, KATHY Coronets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 3,
Courtesy Club 2-4, Shield Staff 3, 4, Feature editor
4, Court Jesters I, 2, Quill and Scroll 4, Great Books
Club 4, Humanities League 3, Election Board 3.
KEITH, RICHARD Baseball I, 4, Basketball I, Tennis
242 Q Senior Activities
2, Track and Cross-Country 3, Red Cross 4, FBLA 4,
Key Club 2, 4.
KELLERT, DIANE Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4,
rec. sec. 4, asst. treas. 4, FTA 4, National Honor So-
ciety 4, Honor Roll I, 3, Red Cross I.
KELLEY, LINDA Student Council I, 2, Shield rep.
3, 4, Courtesy Club I, 2.
KENDALL, SALLY French Club I, 2, National Merit
Letter of Commendation 4, JCL I-4, sgt.-at-arms 4,
Student Council 4, hist. 4, Honor Roll I-4, Tri-Hi-Y 2,
Great Books Club 4, Flat Earth Society 4.
KENNEDY, TRESSA Courtesy Club 2-4, Coronets I-4,
Girls "O" Club 3, 4, v. pres. 4, Court Jesters 2, 3.
KENT, MARK Football I, 2, 4, Hi-Y 2-4, Boys "O"
KIDD, GREG Key Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Football I,
KING, KATHY Cry-Slurs 2-4, sec. leader 4.
KIRCHNER, GAYLE Cygnets I-4, Shield Staff 2,
Girls Chorus 3.
KITCHEN, BILL National Honor Society 4, Honor
Roll 3, Student Council 4, Key Club 2, 3, Band 2-4,
pres. 4, Orchestra 2-4, Spanish Club 3, 4, v. pres. 3,
KNOP, CHRIS Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at-arms I, NFL 2-4,
treas. 4, Student Council 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Great
Books Club 4, Announcers' Club 4, Flat Earth So-
ciety 3, 4, National Merit Semifinalist 4.
KOHLER, DALE Swimming I-4, Boys "O" Club I-4.
KOSKA, CAROL Red Cross 3, National Art Honor
Society 4 fMcGuinnessl.
KRASOWSKI, CHARLES Mixed Chorus I, Basketball
2, Baseball 2, Jr. Concession 3, Chieftain Staff 3,
Interact Club 3 iSeminolel, Round Table Staff -1,
LACKEY, DEBBIE Courtesy Club I, 2, Court Jesters
I, Girls "O" Club 3, 4, reporter 4, Coronetsll-4,
Student Council 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Round Table Staff 3,
National Honor Society 4.
LACY, BILL Student Council I-4, v. pres. 4, Shield
Staff 3, 4, ad. mgr. 3, 4, Key Club 2-4, chapl. 4,
Hi-Y I-4, FBLA 4, Round Table Staff 3, 4.
LA FAVER, DIANE Cygnets I, 2, National Thespians
2-4, NFL 2-4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Honor
Language 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Flat Earth
Society 3, 4, French Club I, 4, Student Council 3,
Honor Roll I-4.
LAIRD, C. E. Boys "O" Club 2-4, National Honor
Society 4, Baseball 2-4, Football 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, v. pres.
LAMB, JACKIE Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at-arms I, cheer-
leader 2, Court Jesters I-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, C-squad
cheerleader I, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Humanities League
3, Girls "O" Club 3, All-School Cheerleader 4.
LANDGUTH, LA NELL Coronets I-4, French Club 4,
FTA 4, National Honor Society 4.
LANGLEY, ANDY Hi-Y 3, sgt.-at-arms 4, DECA 4,
lst v. pres,
LANGSTON, DEBBIE Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4,
sgt.-at-arms 3, Court Jesters 2, Honor Roll I, 2,
National Honor Society 3, 4, National Art Honor
Society 3, 4, parl-hist. 3, Mu Alpha Theta 3.
LANKFORD, BEC KY
LANYON, LISA Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4,
treas. 4, National Art Honor Society 4, treas. 4,
JCL 3, 4, French Club I, Student Council 3, 4.
LARWIG, BILL French Club 2 fNortheastI, Foot-
ball 4, Boys "O" Club 4.
LATHAM, BARBARA Red Cross 2, 3, Great Books
Club 4, Science Club 4.
LAWSON, DOLORES Cygnets I, 2, VICA 4, treas. 4.
LESKELA, DIANE Cygnets I-4, Student Council 4.
LESTER, CANDY Coronets 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2,
LEVERIDGE, MARC Football I Uulsal, Football
2, Mu Alpha Theta 3, Student Council Alternate 4.
LEWIS, MIKE Hi-Y I, 2, Red Cross 3, FBLA I, 2.
LINDLEY, BILL Football I.
LITTERAL, JACK Band I-4, Red Cross 2, VICA 4.
LOGAN, DAN QLouisianal, German Club 4, treas. 4.
LOGAN, DAVID CLouisianaJ, German Club 4.
LONGLEY, CINDY Coronets I-4, treas. 4, Courtesy
Club 2, 3, National Art Honor Society 2-4, treas. 3,
Orchestra I-4, treas. 4, Band and Orchestra Sweet-
heart 4, Election Board 2, Band and Orchestra Girls
Club 3, 4, sec. 4, Round Table Staff 4.
LUNDIEN, LINDA Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4,
Court Jesters I.
LURRY, WENDE Coronets I-3, Court Jesters I,
Girls "O" Club 3, 4,
LYON, IVIADELINE Cry-Slurs I-4, JCL I-4, French
Club 4, FTA 4, Great Books Club 4, Red Cross 2,
Honor Roll 2.
LYTLE, BILL Key Club 2-4, Swimming 2-4, Boys "O"
Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Class v.pres. 3, Pep
Council 4, Honor Roll 2, 3.
MAIER, JANET Coronets I-4, Honor Language 3, 4,
Mu Alpha Theta 2-4, Great Books Club 4, Spanish
Club 4, Cry-Slurs I-4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
v.pres. 4, Math Analysis Club 4, Junior Delegates
2, Red Cross I.
MAIN, MARK Camera Club 4.
MALLONEE, BILL Hi-Y 2-4, Key Club 4, Boys "O"
Club 4, Track 2-4, Football I.
MANDABACH, KATHY Cygnets 2-4, National Art
Honor Society 3, 4, parl. hist. 4.
MANNING, TERRI Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, att.
sec, 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Court Jesters I, National
Thespians 2-4, Girls "O" Club 3, 4, NFL 3, 4.
MARCOTTE, MICHELENE Coronets I-3, Student Coun-
cil 3, French Club I, 2, treas. 2, Honor Language
3, 4, National Honor Society 4.
MARTIN, LYNETTE Cygnets I-4, asst. treas. 4,
Courtesy Club 2-4, Quill and Scroll 4, Shield Staff
3, 4, circ. mgr. 4, Round Table Staff 4, Spanish
Club I, Court Jesters I, Hi-Y 2, 3, National Hon-
or Society 4.
MARWOOD, FRANK Student Council I-4, pres. 4,
Key Club 2, 3, NFL 2-4, Great Books Club 4, French
Club I, 2, Class President 2.
MATLOCK, RON Boys "O" Club 4, Wrestling I, 2,
4, Hi-Y 2-4, Key Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Mu
Alpha Theta 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
Honor Roll I-4.
MAULDIN, SHARON Coronets I-4, Red Cross 2,
Court Jesters I.
MAURER, CRAIG Football I, Baseball I, Key Club
2-4, v. pres. 3, Junior Rotarian 4, Boys' State 3,
Class pres. I, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, German Club
3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Top Teen I-4, Oil
Executive for a Day 4.
MAXWELL, SANDY Coronets 2-4, FBLA 3, 4, pres.
4, German Club 3, Courtesy Club 4, COE 4.
MAYFIELD, TERRY Band I-4.
McCARTY, MINDY Court Jesters I, Cygnets I-4
Courtesy Club 3, 4, Girls "O" Club 3, 4, chapl. 4,
treas. 4, Golf and Tennis Princess 4.
MCCOLLOM, STEVE Shield Representative 2, 3,
Orchestra I, 2.
MCCOY, RUTH ANNE Cygnets 2-4, Courtesy Club
2, 3, B-squad cheerleader 2, Great Books Club 4,
Humanities League 3, 4, French Club 4, Election
MCCRACKEN, KATHY Band 2-4, Symphony Hi-Notes
2, 3, Spanish Club 4, German Club 4, Flat Earth
Society 4, Honor Roll 2.
McFARLAND, DANIEL Football I, 2.
McGAUGHY, BECKY Coronets 2, 3, Courtesy Club
2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Student' Council 4, National Art
Honor Society 2-4, pres, 4, Great Books Club 4.
McGINLEY, MARK Boys "O" Club 3, 4, Wrestling
I-4, Shield Representative 4.
MCGREGOR, CATHY Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at-arms I,
parl. 3, v.pres. 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,
JCL 2, Top Teen I-4, Court Jesters I-4, Shield Staff
I, Round Table Staff 2, 3, Pep Council 4, Round
Table Royalty 4, Student Council 2, 4, Class v.pres. I,
Friendship Royalty 4, Class sec. 3.
McGUlRE, KATIE Court Jesters 'I, 2, Coronets I-4,
Courtesy Club 2-4, JCL T, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2.
McKEE, KAREN Pep Club T-3, Science Club I-3,
Art Club 2, 3, FTA 2, 3 lHardin9l1 Coronets 4,
McKINLEY, MIKE Boys "O" Club 2-4, Electronics
Club 3, Swimming T-3, Football T.
MCKINNEY, DAVID FBLA 3, 4, Student Council 4.
MCNARY, BECKY Student Council 4, Coronets 1-4,
Red Cross 2, Tennis 3.
McNUTT, GARY Hi-Y 2-4, Key Club 2, 4, French
MCPHAIL, PAM Cry-Slurs 2-4, sec. 4, Girls Chorus
I, 2, chapl. 2, Cygnets I-4, ushering chm. 4, Cour-
tesy Club 3, 4, Court Jesters 3, Red Cross I, 4,
Spanish Club l-4, treas. 2, sec. 3.
MEDFORD, JANIE Coronets I-4, National Art Honor
Society 4, Red Cross T.
MEEK, LESLIE National Honor Society 3, 4, Mu
Alpha Theta 3, 4, Honor Language 3, 4, Math Analy-
sis Club 4, Great Books Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4,
treas. 3, pres, 3, cor. sec. 4, lst. v.pres. 4, Cygnets
I-4, German Club 4.
MELTON, LAURA Coronets I-4, Court Jesters, I, 2,
Tri-Hi-Y 2, Courtesy Club 2-4, C-Squad Cheerleader
2, B-Squad Cheerleader 3, National Art Honor So-
ciety 3, Girls "O" Club 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4.
MEYER, DIANE Cygnets I-4, Red Cross 3, 4, Court
Jesters I, Future Homemakers 2.
MEYERS, LEON Jr. Rotarian 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4,
Basketball mgr. 4, Shield Staff 2-4, OIPA 4, pres. 4,
FJA 3, 4, pres. 4, Class v.pres. 4, Key Club 2-4,
sec. 4, Honor Language 3, 4,
MILLER, MELVIN Hi-Lion 4, Shield Staff 2-4, Nation-
al Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Round Table
Staff 3, 4, Great Books Club 4, pres. 4, German
Club 2, Flat Earth Society 4, Quill and Scroll 4,
Orchestra I-4, Cross Country 2, 3, Track 4.
MILLER, RODGER Boys "O" Club 3, 4, Cross
Country 3, 4.
MILLS, JACK Cross Country T-4, Track I-4, Boys
"O" Club 4.
MITCHELL, DEBI Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4,
Court Jesters I-4.
MITCHELL, STEVE Boys "O" Club 2-4, Hi-Y 2-4, chapl.
3, Key Club 2-4, Basketball I-4, Baseball I-3, Shield
Representative 3, 4, Friendship Royalty 4.
MONTGOMERY, CINDY Court Jesters I, Courtesy
Club 2, Coronets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, National Art Honor Society 3, chapl 4.
MOODY, LINDA NFL I-4, JCL I-4, sgt.-at-arms 4,
Orchestra T-3, sec. 3, Symphony Hi-Notes I, 2, 4i
Band and Orchestra Girls Club 2, 3, sgt.-at-armS 3,
v.pres. 3, Judicial Board 4, National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Honor Language 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta
2, Cygnets T, 2, Red Cross I, 2, Great Books Club
4, Flat Earth Society 4.
MOORE, TOM Key Club 2, 3, Golf 3, Engineering
MOROZUK, JOHN National Thespians 2-4, sgt.-at-
BFYTTS 37 NFL 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, National Merit
Letter of Commendation 4, National Honor Society
4: Key Club 2-4, v.pres. 4, Announcers' Club 3, 4,
pres. 4, Great Books Club 4, Flat Earth Society 3, 4.
MORRIS, SHARI Cry-Slurs I-4, Girls Chorus l, 2,
sec. I, Symphony Hi-Notes 4, sec.-treas, 4, Coronets
I-4, Student Council 3, 4.
MOSES, DENISE Court Jesters I, Cygnets I, 2,
National Thespians 2-4, clerk 4, NFL 2-4, National
Art Honor Society 4.
MOSLANDER, LEE Band I, Electronics Club 2, Foot-
ball 4, Boys "O" Club 4.
MOY, CINDY Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, soph. v.pres 2, ir.
v.pres 3, Coronets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, reporter 3,
parl, 4, Court Jesters I, Courtesy Club 2, Student
Council 3, 4, treas. 4, Honor Roll 2, Flat Earth So-
ciety 3, 4, Honor Language 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3,
National Honor Society 4, Great Books Club 4, JCL
MOYER, VICKI Coronets 'I-4, Courtesy Club 3,
Court Jesters 2, French Club 2.
MURPHY, KIT CArkansasl Spanish Club 2, Key
MURRAY, DIANA National Art Honor Society 3, 4,
MYERS, KATHI Courtesy Club 4, National Art
Honor Society 3, FTA 3, JCL I-3, Shield Staff 4,
Court Jesters 4, French Club 4, Red Cross 4,
MYTHEN, ROBBIE Hi-Y 2, Football I-3, Round
Table Staff 4.
NANCE, MARK Symphony Hi-Notes 'l, 2, German
Club 4, DECA 3, 4, pres. 4.
NEELY, TERRI Courtesy Club 2, Cygnets I-3, Tri-
Hi-Y 2, Court Jesters I.
NELSON, NANCY Coronets I, 2, Honor Roll 3.
NEVILLE, JAMES FBLA 4.
NEWMAN, CAROL Band I-4, sergeant 4, Orchestra
2-4, Band and Orchestra Girls Club 'I-4, chapl. 3,
pres. 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, v.pres. 4, National
Honor Society 'I, 2.
NEWTON, GOLDA J-Hawks 2, Courtesy Club I, 2
CKansasJ, Cygnets 3, 4, German Club 4,
NIGH, LARRY Football T, 2, German Club I-3.
NORTHRUP, KAREN Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 3,
Student Council 4.
NUZUM, RUTH Swimming I-3, Courtesy Club 3
lHarding,, Cygnets 4, Courtesy Club 4, FTA 4,
Election Board 4. iNorthwest,.
OLSON, JAN Round Table Staff 3, 4, Girls "'O"
Club 3, 4, 20th Century Homemakers 3.
oRAHooD, DON Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, sym-
phony Hi-Notes I-4, pres. 3, Inter-City pres. 4,
German Club 2, 3, National Honor Society 4, Band
O'SHEA, KAREN Coronets I-4, Court Jesters I, 2.
OTTERSON, HAZEL Cygnets 'I-3.
OVERBECK, DONNA Coronets l-4, Courtesy Club
2, FTA 4.
OWEN, MARGARET AFS Exchange Student 4. Un-
dial, Cygnets I-4, Great Books Club 4, Oil Exchange
for a Day 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Honor
Language 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, French Club
I, 4, Red Cross I, Symphony Hi-Notes 2, 3, Honor
Roll I-4, Flat Earth Society 4.
PAGE, WAYNE VICA 3, Honor Roll 3.
PALLESEN, SANDY Court Jesters l, Girls "O" Club
3, Future Homemakers 3, Coronets l-4,
PAPE, DAVID German Club 2-4, National Thes-
pians 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Stage Crew 2-4, Stage
PARKER, RICKY Mu Alpha Theta 2-4, v.pres. 4,
National Honor Society 3, 4, treas. 4, Science Club
1.4, treas. 3, v.pres. 4, JCL 2-4, sec. 4, Flat Earth
Society 3, 4, Math Analysis Club 3, treas. 4,
MARK GRIMES' football tactics prove to be rewarding when he is named All-State football player.
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Great Books Club 4, Honor Language 3, 4, Elec-
tronics Club 4, French Club 4, FTA 4,
PARRISH, ANITA Cygnets 1-4, Honor Language
3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, sec. 4, French Club 1, 3,
4, parl. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Great Books
PARRISH, JIM Library Club 2.
PARSONS, JACK Golf 3, Track 1, 2, Debate I-3,
Slide Rule Club 3 ITexas,, Swimming 3, 4, Golf
PEARSON, MARSHA Court Jesters 1, Coronets 1-4,
Red Cross 4.
PEEK, TOM Wrestling 2, 4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4,
Spanish Club 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, 4, Key Club 3, 4,
Student Council 4.
PEELS, THOMAS Student Council 4, Hi-Y 3, 4,
Spanish Club 1, 2, Honor Roll 2, 4, Key Club 3, 4,
Mu Alpha Theta 3, Boys "O" Club 3, 4.
PENNINGTON, STAN Red Cross 2, VICA 4, Shield
PETTY, DONNA FBLA 4, Student Council Alt. 2,
Student Council 3, Red Cross 3, 4, Courtesy Club
2, 3, Cygnets 1-4, Tri-Hi-Y 2.
PHELPS, LOU ANN Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4,
JCL 1-4, pres. 4, Flat Earth Society 3, 4, French
Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Lan-
guage 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Girls "O" Club
3, Great Books Club 4.
PHILLIPS, CINDY Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2,
FTA 1-3, Spanish Club 4, Great Books Club 4.
PHILLIPS, DELBERT Golf 3, 4, English Club 3, 4.
PHILLIPS, TERRY JCL 1, 2, Shield Representative
3, 4, Coronets 1, 2, Cry-Slurs 3, 4.
PHlNNcY, CORY swimming l-4, Boys "0" Club
3, 4, Shield sleff 3, Golf 3, 4,,
PHIPPS, JACK Shield Rep. 2, Key Club 4, Student
Council Alt. 4, Electronics Club 2-4.
PIETSCH, TOBI Cygnets 1, 2, Court Jesters 1.
PIKE, SHERRY Coronets 1-4, Court Jesters 1, 2, 20th
Century Homemakers 3, Student Council 4, Spanish
PLUMBTREE, STEVE Golf 1-4, Boys "O" Club 2-4.
POAG, FLOYD Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball
3, Band 1-4, Orchestra 1-4, Stage Band 3, 4.
POCK, DAVID Band 1, Football I-4, Wrestling 3,
4, Boys "O" Club 4.
POGUE, PAT FBLA 4, COE 4.
PONTIOUS, VICKI Cygnets I, 2, FBLA 4, Red
POPE, ROSS Hi-Y 2, 3.
PORTER, LINDA Cygnets 2, Court Jesters 2, Round
Table 2-4, Co-editor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, pres. 4.
PORTER, SUE Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club 2, Tri-
Hi-Y 2, DECA 4.
POTTER, NIKKI Coronets 1-4, Future Homemakers 3.
POWERS, BILL Band l, DECA 4.
POWERS, SUSIE Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms
2, 3, rec, sec. 4, Cygnets 1-4, Student Council 4,
corr. sec. 4,
PUCKETT, ROBERT Aviation Club 1, pres, 3, Sci-
ence Club 4, NFL 2.
PULLEY, ANN Coronets 1-3, Red Cross 4, Tennis 4,
Girls "O" Club 4.
PURSLEY, RICHARD Science Club 3, 4, v.pres. 4,
Spanish Club 3, 4, v.preS- 4. pres. 4: Great Books
Club 4, Flat Earth Society 3, 4.
RAINBOLT, LINDA Cygnets l, vlcA 2.
RAGSDALE, DEBORAH Symphony Hi-Notes 2, 3,
Cry-Slurs 3, 4.
244 o Senior Activities
RAMIREZ, RITA Student Council 4, Coronets 2-4,
asst. treas. 4.
RATTAN, PAT Key Club 3, 4, l-ll-Y 3, 4, Boys Ho"
Club 2-4, Wrestling 1-4, Red Cross 1, Baseball 1,
Safety Council 3.
RATWAY, MARY Coronets 1, 2, Girls "O" Club 3.
RAUNBORG, SHARON Cygnets 1-4, ushering chm.
4, FTA 4,
READ, FLETCHER roofloell l, Track 2.4, Hi-Y 4,
Cross Country 2-4.
REID, ANN Coronets 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, parl. 3,
chapl. 4, pres. 4, Student Council 4, Announcers
Club 2-4, Court Jesters 1, 2, Great Books Club 4,
NFL 3, 4.
RENSHAW, BILL Football 1, Golf 3, 4, Key Club 3,
REYNOLDS, JIM Engineering Club 3, DECA 4.
RICE, NANCY Ilndianapolis 2l, Round Table Staff
2-4, Co-editor 4, Cygnets 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, treas.
4, Tri-HiY 2, 3, sgt.-at-arms 2, sec. 3, Student Coun-
cil 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Honor Language 4, Great
Books Club 4, Class sgt.-at-arms 3, Courtesy Club
2, sgt.-at-arms 2, French Club 4.
RICH, TOM IHardingIi JCL 4, Honor Society 4,
Mu Alpha Theta 4, Honor Language 4, Orchestra 4,
Science Club 4, Great Books Club 4, Math Analysis
4, Key Club 4, Flat Earth Society 4, Fellowship of
Christian Athletes 4.
RIDDLE, CHARLIE Golf 1, 3, 4, Engineering Club 3.
RIDDLE, HAZEL Girls Chorus 1, Coronets 2, Medical
Club 3, sec. 3, Safety Council 3, Student Council 4.
RIGGALL, JIM Boys "O" Club 2-4, Wrestling 1-4,
Hi-Y 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3.
RILEY, GEORGEANN Coronets 1-4, Courtesy Club
2-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, pres. 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Mu
Alpha Theta 3, National Honor Society 4, Student
Council 3, 4, FTA 4, Election Board 4, Honor Roll 1.
RITTER, GARY Football 1-4, Baseball 3, Boys "O"
Club 3, 4, Honor Language 3, Student Council 3,
Key Club 3, German Club 2, 3,
RITTER, GERALD Football I-4, Boys "O" Club 4,
German' Club 3, 4, prince 3, Hi-Y 4, Key Club 3, 4,
Student Council 4.
ROBINSON, MARILYN IMcGuinnessD.
ROBINSON, STEVE Judicial Board 4, chief iustice
4, National Honor Society 3, 4, NFL 1-4, pres. 4,
Great Books Club 4, Math Analysis 4, Mu Alpha
ROSENBERG, PAUL Boys "O" Club 3, 4, Football
1-4,Hi-Y 1.4, Key Club l.
ROSS, JEANNIE Cygnets 3, 4.
RUEB, TOM Electronics Club 2-4, v.pres. 4, Swim-
ming 2-4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4.
RUEDY, DAN Honor Science Club 1 IHardingJ,
Electronics Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Mu
Alpha Theta 4, Honor Roll 2-4.
RYAN, KATHY Symphony Hi-Notes 3, Great Books
sARlvlAs, KOURESH Basketball 1-3,
SAYLER, KAREN Coronets 1-4, Tri-Hi-Y 1-3, Student
Council Alt. 4, Stagecrafts 4.
SCHELL, MIKE Student Council 4, JCL 2-4, Flat
Earth Society 3, 4, Golf 3.
SCHILB, CAROLYN Cygnets 1-4, Mu Alpha Theta
2-4, Honor Language 3, 4, National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, German Club 4, Great Books Club 4,
Science Club 4, Math Analysis 4, v.pres. 4, Cry-
Slurs 4, Flat Earth Society 4.
SCHNETZLER, MARTY Swimming 1-4, Cross-Country
I-4, Track l-4, Boys HO" Club I-4, sec,-treas. 4,
Key Club 3, 4, sgt-at-arms 4, Student Council 4,
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Round Table Staff 1-4, Shield
Staff I-4, Sports editor 3, 4.
SCHROEDER, SID Wrestling 4, Fellowship of Chris-
tian Athletes 4.
SCHULTZ, BEVERLY Girls Chorus I, Flat Earth
Society 2, FTA 3, 4, 20th Century Homemakers 4,
German Club 4, Student Council 4, Honor Roll 4.
SEAMAN, DIANE cyghefe 2-4,
SELF, LYNN Coronets 1-4, att. sec. 4, v.pres. 47
Court Jesters 1, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, sgt.-at-arms 3,
Class v.pres. 3, Courtesy Club 2, 3, sgtl.at-arms 3.
SHEDECK, BART Student Council 3, 4, store mgr.
4, Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, JCL 3, 4, Round Table Staff
4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, National Honor Society 4,
Engineering Club 3.
SHELDEN, DARLA Cygnets 1-3, Courtesy Club 2, 3,
Mu Alpha Theta 3, Round Table Staff 3, 4, Quill
and Scroll 4, Court Jesters 1, 2, Girls "O" Club
3, 4, Red Cross,4.
SHELINE, STEPHEN FBLA 4,
SHERWOOD, SUZANNE Cygnets 3, 4, German Club
4, Honor Language 4 INorthwestJ, Courtesy Club
2, FTA 2. CHardingJ.
SHUMAKER, VICKI Coronets 1-4, Student Council
alt. 3, 4, FBLA 4, Red Cross 2, 3, Girls Chorus 2, 3.
SIMMONS, GAIL Coronets 1-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, parl.
3, v.pres. 4, Girls "O" Club 3, 4, pres. 4, Court
Jesters 1-3, cheerleader I, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Key
Club Princess 4, Pep Council 4, sec. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,
Student Council alt. 4, Great Books 4.
SIMONSON, ANN FBLA 4,
SINGERMAN, CHRIS Student Council 4, Cygnets 2-4,
sgt.-at-arms 3, Humanities League 3, 4, Red Cross 1.
SKAGGS, PAUL Key Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Hi-Y
3, 4, Basketball I-4, Boys "O" Club 4, Quill and
Scroll 4, Round Table Royalty 4, Round Table Staff
3, 4, Shield Staff 3, 4.
SKVORC, CHRISTINA Chorus 1, 2, Science Club 4,
Symphony Hi-Notes 4, Orchestra 4, Honor Roll 3.
SMART, CAROL Cygnets 1-4, Courtesy Club 3, 4,
Great Books Club 4, French Club 4, Shield Staff 3, 4.
SMART, PAT Track I, 2. lCamp Verde High School,
SMELSER, MARCIA Coronets 1-3, Courtesy Club 2,
3, French Club 1-4, Student Council alt. 3, 4, Na-
tional Thespians 3, 4, Shield rep. 4, JCL 3, 4, Flat
Earth Society 3, 4.
SMITH, CLARK Lancers 1, 2, sgt.-at-arms 2, Shield
rep. 3, 4, Sr, Gift Com. 4, Audio Visual 3, 4.
SMITH, GWEN Chorus 1, 4, Cygnets 1.
SMTH, PHIL National Merit Semi-finalist 4, Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 2-4,
pres. 4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4, Hi-Lion 4, Spanish
Club I, 2, Electronics Club 2, Track 3, 4, Cross-
Country 3, 4.
SMITH, SHERON Coronets 1-4, Spirit chm. 4, Red
Cross 4, Girls Tennis 3.
SMITH, SKIP Baseball 1-4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4.
SNOW, BEA Coronets 2, Courtesy Club 2, 3,
National Art Honor Society 2-4, Red Cross 3, 4, alt.
2, DE Club 4, 20th Century Homemakers 1, Youth
ofthe Kingdom 2, FBLA 3.
SOCHOR, Jos vlcA 3, 4. CCalifornial.
SPARKS, steve JCL l, 2, vlcA Tech. School 4.
spshlccrz, MARY CYQHSTS l-4, coE 4.
SPIELBERGER, SALLY coroner, l, 2, Girls "o"
Club 2, 3, 59?--at-arms 3, Girls Tennis Team 2, 3,
Shield FSP. 3, 4: Student Council Alt. 4, Spanish
Club I, 2.
STACY, MARY Cygnets 'l-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, Courtesy
Club 2-4, sgt.-at-arms 3,4, parl. 3, Student Council
3, 4, sec. 4, French Club 4.
STALEY, DEAN Track 3, 4.
STANDEFER, MARCIA National Art Honor Society 3,
4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, Coronets I, 2, Student Council
STEELE, WILLIAM Photography Club 4, Science
Club 4, Band I, 2. fCaIifornia,
STEPH, NANCY Court Jesters I-4, C-squad cheer-
leader I, treasurer 3, Cygnet Pep Club I-3, cheer-
leader 2, All-School cheerleader 3, 4, Head 4, All-
sports Queen 4, Round Table Staff 4, Courtesy Club
2, National Honor Society 4, Quill and Scroll 4,
STEPHENS, JENYNE Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club
2, 3, French Club 4, Great Books 4.
STEVES, KAREN Cygnets I-4, Ushering chm. 2-4,
v.pres. 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, Spanish Club 'I-4, Pub-
licity chm. 2, rec. sec. 3, Court Jesters 2, Pep
Council 4, Red Cross I, 2.
ST. GEORGE, PHIL
STINSON, TERESA VICA 2, French Club I.
STOLDT, ROBERT Student Council 3, 4, Sgt-at-arms
4, National Honor Society 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3,4,
Math Analysis 4, pres. 4, JCL 3, 4, Cross Country
2-4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Flat
Earth Society 3, 4, Great Books Club 4, Honor Roll
'l, 2, Mayor's Youth Commission 4, Intercity Student
STOOKER, ALISON Cygnets 2-4, Courtesy Club 2-4,
JCL 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, National Thes-
pians 4, Great Books 4.
STOTTS, DIANE Coronets I-3, Court Jesters I, 2,
FBLA 4, Courtesy Club 2, 3.
STRAUBE, MARY Cygnets I-3, Spanish Club I, 2,
French Club 4, Courtesy Club 2, Honor Language
3, 4, Honor Roll I, 2.
STUART, CHARLENE Coronets I, 2, FBLA 4.
STUART, JANET Red Cross I, Court Jesters I, Cyg-
nets I, 2, Red Cross alt. 2.
STUNZ, JEANETTE FTA 4, FBLA 3, 4, treas. 4,
French Club 4, Mu Alpha Theta 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Honor Roll 2-4. iWichita, Kansasl.
STURGILL, NORMA Girls Chorus I, Spanish Club 2,
3, sec. 3, Jr. Achievement 3, 4.
SUGGS, SUSIE Coronets I-4, parl. 2, sgt.-at-arms 2,
cheerleader 3, pres. 4, Court Jesters I-4, B-squad
cheerleader 2, Courtesy Club 2-4, National Honor
Society 4, Honor Language 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Red
Cross 3, French Club I-4, Student Council alt. 2,
Pep Council 4, Girls "O" Club 4, Round Table
Royalty 4, Class treas. 2, Friendship Royalty 4.
SUPPLEE, CHERYL Cygnets I-4, Court Jesters 2,
Courtesy Club 4, Red Cross 2-4.
SWARTZENDRUBER, JOHN Football l-4, Student
Council 4, Boys "O" Club 3, 4.
SWIHART, STEVE Safety Council I.
SYLVESTER, LYNDA Coronets I, VICA 3.
TAYLOR, KATHY Pep Club I-3, sgt.-at-arms 2, 3,
Class Council 2, Student Council I, Mu Alpha
Theta 2, 3, Yearbook 2, 3, Safety Council 2,
Quill and Scroll 3, Phi Epsilon 3, Willard Proiect 2,
Courtesy Club 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, FJA 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, iHarding, parl. 3, National Honor Society 3,
Spanish Club 4, Coronets 4, Quill and Scroll 4,
National Honor Society 4, Round Table Staff 4, Elec-
tion Board 4. fNorthwest,.
TAYLOR, PATSY Cygnets I-4, rec. sec. 4, Courtesy
Club 2-4, ushering chm. 4, v.pres. 4, Student
Council 4, Social chm. 4, National Honor Society 4,
Court Jesters I.
THOMAS, JEANNE Coronets I-4, VICA 3.
THOMAS, REBECCA Cygnets 'I-4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, National Art Honor Club 2, 3, Library
Club 'l, Courtesy Club 2-4.
THOMAS, SHIRLEY VICA 4.
THOMPSON, GENE Red Cross alt. 2, Football ln-
THOMPSON, JANICE National Art Honor Society 4,
Title III Talented Art Student Program 2, 3.
THROCKMORTON, VICKI Girls Track Team 2.
TIDWELL, DEBBIE FBLA 4, COE 4.
TOAHTY, LORETTA Coronets I.
TOLLEY, LINDA Cygnets I-4.
TOWNSEND, DEBBIE Symphony Hi-Notes 2, Vo-
cational Technical School 4, VICA 4, Morning Chap-
ter treas, 4.
TRENT, JOEL Band I-4, Orchestra 3, 4, Honor
Society 4, Great Books 4, Cry-Slurs 3, 4.
TRINDLE, sYLviA cygnets 1, 2.
TURNELL, BOB Swimming I, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Key
Club 4, Junior Achievement 4.
TURPIN, CHARLES Swimming 4, Shield Staff 3.
uwosiewoon, PAM Cygnets 1, 2.
VAUGHN, VICKI Coronets I-4, Court Jesters 1, 2,
Courtesy Club 2-4, Girls "O" Club 3, 4, National
Art Honor Society 4, Spanish Club 2, Red Cross 2,
Student Council rep. 3, alt. 4, FTA 3, 4, v.pres. 4,
Key Club Sweetheart 4.
VEATCH, JERRY Wrestling I-4, Red Cross 2, 3,
Shield rep. I, 2, Student Council I, 2, Key Club 4,
VOGEL, BARBARA Student Council I, 3, Cheer-
leader I, Student Council 3, Pep Club 3, treas. 3,
Courtesy Club 4, Great Books 4. lRichardson,
WADE, PAULA Cygnets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4, sgt.-
at-arms 4, Student Council 4, Red Cross rep. I,
Court Jesters I.
DONNA JCL I-4, Pep Club 3, Mu Alpha
Great Books 4, Flat Earth Society 3, 4.
WATKINS, STEVE National Honor Society 3, 4, pres.
4, Key Club 3, 4, Great Books 4, Math Analysis 4,
Flat Earth Society 4, pres. 4, Mu Alpha Theta 2-4,
Judicial Board 3, Symphony Hi-Notes 2-4, sec. 3, v.
WATSON, LINDA Cygnets I-3, Red Cross rep. 2,
alt. I, German Club 2, 3, Honor Language 3.
WATSON, MARK Class pres. 'l, Band I, 3, Student
Council 2, Executive council 2, Choir 3. iOverfeIt
WEAR, DAVID Wrestling mgr. 3, Student Council
WEBB, JAMES Hi-Y 3, Key Club 3.
WEBB, LAURA Red Cross rep. 3, FBLA 4, COE 4,
National Honor Society 4,
WEBSTER, LES Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4: Student
Council 4, Key Club 3, 4, National Honor Society
WEISS, TOM Student Council 4, Editor Basketball
Program 4, Science Club 3, sec. 3, Science Club 4,
treas. 4, Photography Club 4, Orchestra 1.
WELCH, ANITA Shield rep. 4, Girls Chorus 3, 4.
WEST, JANICE Coronets 2.
WILES, ANN Girls "O" Club I, 2, Student Council
rep. 2, Cygnets I-4.
WILLIAMS, JEFF Golf I-4, Boys "O" Club I-4, Key
Club 2, 3, Red Cross alt. 2.
WILLIAMS, KIM .
WILLIAMS, LUANN Library Club I, Coronets I,
Courtesy Club 4, Cry-Slurs I-4, Flat Earth Society 2,
Honor Roll 4.
WILLIAMS, TONI 20th Century Homemakers I,
2, Courtesy Club 3, VICA 4,
WILLSON, KENNETH Wrestling 'I-4, Key Club 3, 4,
Hi-Y 3, German Club I-3.
WILSON, CHERYL Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 3, att.
sec. 4, Courtesy Club 2-4, National Thespians 2-4,
NFL 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, treas. 4, Class
sec. 4, National Honor Society 4, Great Books Club
WILSON, JAN Student Council I, treas. I, DAR
Award I, lHarding,, Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3, French
Club 2, 4, Honor Language 2-4, Honor Roll I-4,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Coronets 3, 4, Courtesy
Club 2-4, Honorable Mention Sir Alexander Fleming
WIND, STEVE Basketball I, Track 2, Football 2,
Weightlifting 2, Science Club 4. iHouston, Texas,
WINDHAM, LINDA Coronets I-4, sgt.-at-arms 2, his-
torian 3, att. sec, 4, National Thespians 2-4, Stu-
dent Council 3, 4, Courtesy Club 4, Court Jesters
I, Round Table Staff 4, Red Cross I.
WOLFE, JANIS Coronets I, 2, Cry-Slurs 2-4.
WOLFF, SYLVIA Cygnets I-3, Red Cross rep. 2, 3,
German Club 4.
WOLFLEY, JEANNIE Cygnets 2-4, Court Jesters 3,
French Club 4. fClassenJ.
WOOD, GARY Symphony Band 'I-4, Pep Band
2-4, Marching Band 2-4, Engineering Club 3.
WOOD, GEORGIA VICA 3, 4, Coronets 'l, 2, Red
Cross rep. I-4, Girls Glee Club 'I-3.
WORTHING, BOB Cross Country 3, 4, Track 3, 4,
Boys "O" Club 4, German Club 2, 3, Honor Language
3, Honor Roll 'I, 2.
WRIGHT, AL Marching Band 2-4, Orchestra 2-4, Cry-
Slurs 4, JCL 2-4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Language 3, 4, Great
Books 4, Jr. Rotarian 4, French Club 3, 4, Sym-
phony Hi-Notes 3, 4, Senior Speakers Committee 4,
Flat Earth Society 3, 4, Honor Roll 2-4,
YEAGLEY, DAVID National Art Honor Society 4.
YOUNG, ADA FBLA 3, 4, Future Homemakers Club
YOUNG, DEBI Court Jesters I-4, C-Squad cheer-
leader I, B-squad Cheerleader 2, Great Books 4,
Cygnets I-4, sgt.-at-arms I, cheerleader 3, pres. 4,
Pep Council 4, Student Council 4, Girls "O" Club
3, Round Table Royalty 4, Courtesy Club 2, Friend-
ship Royalty 4.
YOUNG, HELEN Coronets I-4, Courtesy Club 2-4,
Student Council 4.
YOUNGE, WANDA Cygnets I-4, Court Jesters I-3,
Courtesy Club 2-4, asst. treas. 4, rec. sec. 4, FTA
4, Student Council 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, pres. 4: Red
Cross rep. I,
ZAIGIS, TAMMY Pep Club I, 2, VICA 3, 4,
ZELDENTHUIS, ANITA Cygnets I-4.
ZINN, KEITH Wrestling 2-4, German Club 4.
Senior Activities 0 245
BELOW: LAST DANCE of ihe year the sig
sentimental date for sicadics Wayne Smith and
RIGHT: SCHOOL'S OUT, but The Custodiarfs
Throughout The summer. Mr. Andrew Brooks
the hall preparatory to Waxing ihc classroom
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The Bright Days
fAnTony and Cleopatra!
Shadows fall on Tracks, plafforms, and sTages
as weary runners cross The finish line
Drawing curTains for The lasT Time,
sTage hands waTch as graduates play ouT The scene
of carefree high school days
with friends and advisers,
Bidding fond farevvells and anTicipaTing even greaTer challenge,
Freshmen, sophomores, and iuniors,
Also happy To be a parT of TradiTions and rivalries,
Preparing To perpeTuaTe The excellence and superioriTy
so characTerisTic of all The Days of The KnighTs.
TAKING A SHORTCUT to class across The patio
provides a pleasanf interlude for friends To visit.
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248 0 Closing
THE LAST MILE-Seniors file out the front door
is s frffl'
for their final march to Commencement in Taft Stadium.
PRODUCTION NOTES: The i969 Round Table was printed on 80 lb-
Florentine Embossed Matte Finish paper in Bodoni Bold and Sparta:
type. There are 4,729 black and white photographs and 6 color prints ar
ranged within the 9 by T2 inch page. Consisting of 264 pages, the boo
is bound together in a 160 point Binders Board.
The Dupont Fabrikoid cover is white with a thin purple overtone ir
gorilla grain texture. The Knight, title, date, and backbone informatior
are' embossed on the cover surface. Division pages feature pictures printea
in purple and black duotone. The Taylor Publishing Company, located ii
Dallas, Texas, printed 2560 copies ot the '69 Round Table.
Knights Mark End of '68-69 Daysg
Staff Salutes Aides in Reflections
Because the "Days of the Knights"'
means different things to different peo-
ple, we have tried to capture and por-
tray the myriad moods and experiences
which have touched the lives of North-
west's 3,050 students and 138 staff mem-
Some students mark for permanence
the friendships they've formed here.
Others remember best the challenges
faced in classrooms, the excitement of
sports events, the stimulation of intel-
lectual and cultural achievements, the joy
of creativity, or the quiet pride in "lust
belonging" to this remarkable student
Special events and people stand out in
retrospect according to individual inter-
ests and tastes.
To present this comprehensive view of
Knightland, we relied upon numerous
people for assistance.
Although there are far too many peo-
ple to recognize each individually, we
would especially like to thank the stu-
dent body who made this book possible,
the faculty, and Principal Jim Johnson,
who cooperated so patiently.
We are grateful for the advice of Mrs.
Charlotte Eaker, journalism instructor, Mr.
Ron Millican, assistant principal who
served as business adviser, and especial-
ly we wish to express our appreciation
to Mrs. Elizabeth Burdette, our adviser.
Also, acknowledgements are due the
following professionals: Mrs. Lu Carroll,
consultant from the Taylor Publishing Co,
Mrs. Walter Sutton, Roger Myers Studio,
Wagner Studio for class portraits, Curtis
Studio, royalty pictures.
A twenty-page summer supplement
which includes awards, spring sports,
prom and graduation events will be
mailed to purchasers in mid-summer.
LONG AWAITED celebrations begin in the Round Table office March 4 when iubilant editors Linda
Porter and Nancy Rice pack the final yearbook copy for shipment to publishers in Dallas, Texas.
CLIMAX of 12 years of school: presentation of the
diplomas by Director of Secondary Education, Dr.
Jesse Lindley, during commencement exercises.
l969 ROUND TABLE STAFF
Co-Editors: Linda Porter, Nancy Rice,
Opening Section, Student Life: Nancy
Rice, Faculty-Curriculum: Linda Porter, Mu-
sic: Kathi Martin, Marcee Parks, Organi-
zations: Marva Bond, Melinda Bond, Paula
Bennett, Diane Burton, Linda Choate, Kelly
Clark, Nancy Fisher, Liz Johnson, Charles
Krasowski, Lynette Martin, Jan Olson,
Teresa Pippin, Becky Rhea, Bart Shedeck,
Darla Shelden, Melinda Swank, Charlotte
Vick, Sports: Kent Blair, Mike Buchanan,
Ron Hollingsworth, Marty Schnetzler, Paul
Skaggs, Senior Section: Nancy Steph,
Classes: Debbie Booth, Charlotte Choate,
Jeanne Haggard, Marilee Holdridge, Lyn
Jones, Donna McMilIin, Photographers:
Randy Marx, editor, Steve Harry, Rosalind
Pogue: Senior Activities: Kathy Taylor:
Index: Mary Ann Craig, Steve Plumbtree.
Closing, Acknowledgements o 249
Abel, Nancy 177, 120
Abernathy, David 105
Abney, John 88, 108, 109, 154, 213
Achramowicz, Georgia 177
Ackerman, Mark 35, 149, 213, 130
Ackerman, Paul 84, 88, 109, 213
Acord, Ray 195
Adams, Gayle 195
Adams, Junel 120, 159
ADMINISTRATION 38, 39, 40, 41
Banks, Karen 120, 195
Banks, Richard 159
Barber, Cheri 94, 120, 177, 180
Diane 12, 56, 76, 93, 213
Barker, Gary 138, 149, 177
Barker, John 159
Barnes, Johnny 177
Barnett, Betty 195, 213
Debbie 80, 90, 111, 120, 125
Baron, Susie 64, 213
Barr, Lorna 100, 195
Barrett, Dennis 109
Albert, Phillip 195
Black, Susan 60, 90, 111, 120, 121, 214
Blackburn, Karen 83, 90, 111, 121, 125
Blair, Kent 94, 96, 133, 214
Blair, Kreg 130, 114, 143, 147,177
Blair, Sharon 214
Karen 76, 80, 100, 214
Blakley, Charlotte 214
candy too, 196
Blalock, Curtis 130, 214
Blanton, Judith 13, 115,125,176
Blanton, Kathy 177
Blaschke, Kris 102, 214
Brill, Charles 178
Brink, Mark 196
Brinkley, Robert 160
Brinkworth, Jim 83, 196
Brinkworth, John 160
BRINTON, BETTY 42
Brittingham, Teresa 121, 160
Brock, Janice 90, 111, 116, 215
Brock, Joyce 90, 111, 116, 215
Brodnan, Stephen 160
Brogden, Ronnie 109, 215
BROOKS, ANDREW 244
Alberts, Jerry 177
Albright, Kathy 213
Alexander, Jackie 177
Alford, Sandra 120, 177
Barron, Linda 78
Barthold, Richard 195
Bartlebaugh, Joan 111, 177
Bartlebaugh, Patty 120, 159
Blaschke, Robert 104, 177
Blevins, James 138, 176
BOARD OF EDUCATION 39
Boatman, David 196
Allen, Debbie 120, 213
Allen, Frank 10, 143, 213
Allen, Jeanne 195
Allen, Kristi 115
Allen, Mark 159
Allen, Pamela 100, 177
Allen, Susan 115, 159
ALLRED, BETTY 42
Allred, Richard 93, 213
Almack, Penny 63, 91, 111, 120, 213
Alper, Diane 80, 111, 120, 125, 195
Amick, Margaret 120, 159
Amick, Martin 70, 72, 73, 76, 77, 83, 92,
Bartlett, Brenda 159
Bartlett, Roger 195
Barton, Claudia 115, 159
Bassett, Randy 104, 177
Bateman, Joanna 115, 125, 176, 177
Bates, Alan 177
Batten, Janie 213
Bauchmoyer, Jerilyn 120, 176
Bauman, Lana 213
Baumberger, Andrea 125, 213
Bayless, Mrs. John 71
Bayless, Richard 49, 159
Bayless, Skip 6, 95, 94, 143, 147, 195,
Bays, Gail 78, 213
Amis, Tom 78
Ammerman, Pamela 213
Amsdell, Jim 213
Andrews, Kathi 83, 91, 115, 195
ANNOUNCERS CLUB 92
Anschutz, Mark 195
Apostol, Fontaine 213
Archer, Debbie 195
Archer, Terri 159
Armstrong, Chris 109, 213
Armstrong, Claudea 111, 115, 120, 195
Armstrong, Rhonda 111, 118, 125, 195
ARNOLD, NORA 42, 59
Beach, Linda 177
Beachboard, Caroline 76, 213
Beadles, Tam 109, 195
Beal, John 74, 149, 176
Beasley, James 139, 159
Beasley, Sharon 159
Beatty, Kenneth 139, 159
Beaver, Terry 159
n 76, 78, 107, 213
Becker, Kit 115, 195
Behymer, Norman 101, 177
Arnold, Nancy 21, 26, 73, 77, 80, 115,
125, 126, 130, 213, 238
Ashbaugh, Brenda 89, 115, 177
Ashford, Richard 109, 213
Ashmore, Glenn 17, 82, 109, 143, 213
Atkins, Alan BB, 92, 109, 195
Atkinson, Lisa 177
Austin, James 177
Austin, Jell 213
Austin, Laura 195
Autry, Samuel 177
Ayers, Sherri 3, 120, 159
Bachholer, Sherry 30, 213
Bake, Paula 159
Bailey, Cindy 74, 1l1,115, 118, 125,
Bailey, Larry 74, 80, 109, 195
Mike 138, 149, 177
Bailey, Pam 213
Bailey, Randy 213
Bailey, Scott 159
Baker, Debbie B, 72, 73, 74, 77, 94, 97,
Baker, Diane 83, 90
Baker, James 195
Baker, Marty 177
Baker, Nita 195
Baker, Susie 75, 115, 195
Baldwin, Patricia 213
Bales, Linda 120, 159
Ball, Palli 78, 213
Ballard, Devin 12
Ballew, Harley 143, 213
Balliett, Steven 30, 195
Balliett, Susan 60, 159, 178
Bane, Pamela 159
250 o Index
Beleele, Dennis 103, 177
Beleele, Wynoma 78, 214
Bell, Cindi 120, 125, 159
Bell, John 142, 195
Bell, Steve 195
Belt, Vickie 90, 102, 120, 195
Bender, Mark 105, 195
Bender, Tom 214
Benedict, David 159
Benedict, John 195
Benham, Steve 177
Bennett, Diana 159
Bennett, Paula 120, 195
Benson, Patsy 115, 195
Bergmann, Bob BB, 108, 109, 143,
Bergman, Martha 100, 159
Bergquist, Eric 109, 195
Berry, Diana 195
Berry, Russell 159
Bettis, Becky 195
Bettis, Diana 120, 195
Bettis, Jeannine 195
Bewley, Richard 177
Bevins, Susie 56, 73, 115, 212, 21
Bielstein, Carl 83, 139, 159
Biggs, Gary 195
Biles, David 195
Billingsley, Velma 115, 159
Bingham, Judy 121, 159
Bingham, Park 133, 214
Bingham, Randy 84
Bink, Terri 115, 125,159
Bink, Tim 196
Binns, Karen 121, 214
Birdwell, Brian 83, 92, 106, 107.
Birdwell, Robyn 22, 55, 72, 73, 7
B3, 92, 93, 101, 214
Bishop, Bill 196
Bivens, Gregory 159
Black, Bill 83, 196
n, Kenny 83, 109, 214
Backus, Henry 151, 152, 153, 159
Backus, Jane 92, 111, 121, 196
Bocock, Joseph 92
Bodine, Barbara 196, 197
Boeckman, Mark 159
Boese, Byron 83, 177
r, Daniel 177
Bond, Karen 100, 159
Bond, Marva 102, 196
Bond, Melinda 96, 121, 196
Bonebrake, Marcia 83, 125, 177
Brooks, Billy 178
Brooks, Linda 83, 215
Broves, Linda 196
Brower, Marilyn 75, 93, 116, 160
Brown, Bobbie 160
Brown, Cindy 21, 60, 102, 121, 130, 215
Brown, Dan 138, 178
Brown, Dennis 196
Brown, Gloria 215
Brown, James 178
Brown, Jan 121, 160
Brown, Jill 116, 160
Brown, Linda 111, 121, 178
Brown, Mark 160
Brown, Martha 83, 196
Brown, Mike 109, 196
Brown, Patrick 109, 121, 178
Brown, Peggy 178
Brown, Ricky 72, 76, 142, 141, 214
Bontly, Marcia 196
Booker, Tom 214
Board, Dan 77
Bootes, Donald 196
Baath, Debbie 121, 177
Baath, Jacque 121, 214
Booth, Joanna 115, 177
Booth, Steve 196
Borg, Becky 115, 125, 159
Bogert, John 83, 177
Borgert, Linda 214
Borgman, Russell 139, 159
BOTTGER, IRMA 50
BOURKE, HELEN 42
Bowden, Denise 177
Bowen, David 159
Bowen, Vernon 147, 176
Bowers, Kay 90, 111
Box, Dennis 149, 177
Boyd, Phillip 178
Boyle, Barbara 75, BO, 196
Boyle, Linda 79, 121, 159
Bayless, Jay 214
Bayless, Sandro 121, 178
BOYS' "O" CLUB 131
Bradley, Janice 80, 196
Bradley, Judith 111, 121, 160
Bradney, Barbara 102, 116, 178
BRADSHAW, CONNIE 42
BRADSHAW, NANCY 42
Bradway, Edward 196
Bradway, Elizabeth 116, 160
Brady, Nita 91, 115,178
Brady, Pam 214
Bragg, Jeffrey 196
Bramble, John 214
Brown, Robert 106, 178
Brown, Steven 77
Browning, Sharon 116, 178
Brundage, Angela 121, 125, 160, 166
Bryant, Betsy 116, 125, 160
Bryant, Diane 121, 198, 215
Bryant, Kinney 149, 178
BRYANT, RUTH 42, 49
Bryan, Robert 160
Buchanan, Mike 67, 94, 95, 97, 109, 215
Buchholz, Albert 105, 178
Buchholz, Robert 160
Brand, Greg 130, 134, 137, 196
Branham, Robert 77, 81, 92, 196, 207
Brandell, Pat 81, 160
Bravo, Nancy 116, 125, 160
Bray, Donita 178
Bray, Walter 89, 160
Bredesan, Gail 116, 196
Bredeson, Shelly 160
Breisch, Barbara 121, 214, 227
Breisch, Robert 160
Brewer, Lawreta 121, 178
Brewer, Randy 138, 178
Brewer, Rita 116, 160
Brewster, Mary 78, 79, 100, 121, 160
Buckmaster, Deanna 63, 215
Buckner, Gail 121, 196
Buchner, Gayle 116, 196
Buerger, Janet 89, 121, 125, 178
Bullard, James 139, 160
Bumpas, Kris 116, 215
Buntz, Paul 215
BURDETTE, MARY ELIZABETH 42, 94, 97
Burgess, Mike 196
Burke, Susan 121, 160
Burleson, Sharon 75, 196
Burnett, Diana 78, 215
Burns, Tim 196
Burns, Gary 215
Burroughs, Jane 196
Burrus, PBQSY 116, 178
BURTON, CHARLENE 42, 92
Burton, Diane 92, 121, 124, 125, 194, 19
Burton, Lynn 92, 111, 116, 125, 196,210
BURTON, MIRIAM 42
Busch, Bill 82, 196
BUSINESS EDUCATION 64
Bussing Leslie 178
Bussing Robert 215
Butcher, Bruce 105, 178
Butcher, Garry 215
Butler, Bill 106
Butler, Joyce 106
Butler, Martha 80, 116, 215
Butterfield, Sally 160
Butts, Tony 160
Bricmont, Pete 196
Bridges, Roger 214, 215
Brightwell, Debbie 89, 121, 196
Brightwell, John 178
Brightwell, Robert 160
BYARS, OPHELIA 42
Byers, Benny 6, 33, 76, 81, 109, 143, 146
Cain, Andy 196
Cain, Chris 215
CALL, NORMA 42, 79
Callaway, Charles 196
Clarke, Janet 116, 179
Clarkson, Leslie 121, 125, 179
Claunch, Connie 116, 216
Clay, Shirley 62, 85, 197
Claybaugh, Brent 130
CRAIN, HAROLD 40, 41, 62
Cranford, Alan 198
Cranford, Rodney 148, 161
Crank, Pallyanna 198
Crase, Sharon 78, 180
CREEKMORE, JANIE 43, 76, at
Claybaugh, Diane 116, 216
Clayton, Carol 100, 116, 197
Cleaver, Kenton 179
Cleaver, Riley 130, 154, 216
, Phyllis 100, 179
Clenney, Terrie 197
Clevenger, Kathy 216
Clifton, Steve 197
Clinton, Robert 84, 216
Coats, Becky 78, 216
Cobb, Chris 216
Coberly, Richard 197
Coburn, Maiorie 179
Cochran, Chris 21, 197
Cochran, Jon 161
COE, MARY 43
Gail 91, 179
Pamela 91,121, 161
Coggins, Cathy 72, 73, 76, 83, 90, 216
Coggins, Rebecca 83, 61
Jett 24, 69, 70, 76, 77, 81, 109,
COHRAN, ALFRED 43, 79
Coker, Billie 121, 125, 179
Colclasure, Judy 84, 85, 216
Colclasure, Steve 84
Cole, Jonetla 78, 216
Cole, Kathleen 161
Coleman, Elaine 100, 116,161
COLEY, NANCY 43
Colley, Jett 151, 161
Colley, Suzanne 116, 197
Collier, John 161
Collins, Chris 179
Collins, Donna 79, 179
Collins, Glenda 111, 121,149,197
Collins, Kay 161
Collins, Gregory 138, 197
Collins, Sherry 179
Colvin, Danny 216
FLASHING HIS FAMOUS SMILE, Assistant Principal Ron Millican sits with section
members during the state final football game with Tulsa Washington.
Callaway, Lynelle 116, 178
Cameron, Cindy 196
Cameron, Deborah 121, 125, 178
Cameron, Mike 98, 215
Campbell, David 178
Campbell Debbie 88, 90, 91, 121
Larry D, 106, 107, 196
Campbell, Nancy 111, 116, 215
Cantrell, Steven 216
Capron, Carol 116, 160, 163
Capron, Ronnie 88, 216
Chaney, Darla 178
Chaney, Jackie 197
Chaney, Ralph 88,216
Chapman, John 161
Chapman, Steve 216
Chastain, Catherine 161
Cheatham, John 10, 33, 35, 72, 73, 74,
76, 81, 109, 127,143,146, 216
, Sara 72, 73, 76, 77, 81, 216
Cherry, Robert 216
Combs, Candy 116, 125, 197
Compton, Debra 179
Conner, Glynda 216
Cook, Debra 116, 126, 179
Cook, James 179
Cook, Linda 63
Cook, William 141, 179
Cooley, James 130, 149, 179
Cooley, Tim 88, 217
Cooper, Amy 77, 81, 121, 161
Cooper, Nancy 102, 121, 179
Cooper, Randall 141, 180
Cooper, Susan 72, 73, 76, 80, 92, 93,
Cooter, Cathy 103, 197
COPELAND, lVY 43
Copeland, Arthur 148, 161
Corbett, Chris 180
Cornelisan, Jean 78, 84, 89, 216
Capshaw, David 130, 137, 135, 216
Carballo, Pebble 121, 160
Carlton, Judith 178
Carman, Donna 81, 100, 111, 116,178
'Carpenter, James 139, 160
Carpenter, Leslie 68, 121, 216, 244
Carr, David 160
Carr, Michael 196
Carrington, Lyn 89, 121, 216
Carrington, Richard 178
Carroll, Kathie 116, 196
Carroll, Michael 178
Carson, Shane 160
Carter, Bob 178
Carter, Carson 148, 161
Carter, John 134, 216, 130
Case, Randy 178
CHESHER, ALlCE 43
Chesler, Dorothy 81, 90, 111, 116, 178
Childers, Ann 197
Childress, Pam 84, 197
Chiles, Deborah 121, 125, 178
Choate, Charlotte 96, 116, 125, 126, 178
CHOATE, DEAN 43, 130, 134
Choate, Linda 26, 216
Choroszailo, Robert 179
Christensen, George 179
Chronister, Ramona 216
Church, 'Scott 104, 179
Citty, Billy 18, 179
Citty, Marilyn 116, 161
Clanahan, Jim 216
Clancy, Darlene 179
Clancy, Sandra 116, 161
Cordell, Donna 72, 73, 74, 76, 81, 92,
Corey, Charles 161
Cornelison, Bob 216
Carnelison, Gary 197
Creech, Richard 217
Crenshaw, Judy 180
Crittenden, Charles 161
Croasdale, Richard 161
Cromwell, Carol 116, 161
Cranic, Patricia 180
Crosley, Everett 141, 153, 180
Paula 121, 198
Crowder, Ronald 180
Crowe, Colleen 198
Crowe, Craig 161
Crowe, Judy 76, 121,217
CROWE, PAUL 43
Crowley, Sandra 161
Crownover, Sheila 63, 180
Cruz, Xavier 161
CULBERT, JOHN 37, 43, 83, 197
Cummings, Nancy 108, 180
Cunningham, Debi 198 '
Cunningham, Patricia 100, 121, 161
Cupp, Cindy 90, 91, 121, 217
Cupp, Terry 161
Curnutt, Jenny 161
Curtis, Chris 78
Curtis, Dianna 217
Curtis, Kathy 217
Curtis, Vicki 198
Cutler, Sherry 161
Dabney, Alan 180
Dahlgren, Charles 139, 161
Daly, Cheri 116, 198
Daly, Mark 139, 161
Danely, Patsy 92, 93, 116, 217
Damron, Jean 19, 161
Daniel, Jaquito 111,121,180
Daniels, Diane 217
Danzinger, Lee 80, 93, 111, 116, 198
Darby, Richard 161
Darr, Dianne 79, 83,111,121, 198
Davenport, Chris 180
DAVIDSON, MOl.l.lE 43, 114
DAVIS, CLAY 43, 143, 147
Davis, Greg 198
Davis, Kristi 111, 116, 126, 198
Davis, Leslie 81, 100, 161
Davis, Lou 116, 161
Davis, Robert 198
Dabis, Steve 198
Davis, Suzanne 111, 121, 180
Davis, Thomas 180
Dawkins, Craig 143
Debolt, Mark 180
Dees, Lana 161
Delinbaugh, Steven 180
DeGuisti, Mike 198
DeGuisti, Sherry 80, 91, 121, 162
Case, Rick 178
Cash, Carol 216
Cassady, Ronald 178
Cates, David 139, 161
lCatlett, Brenda 197
Catron, Dale 75, 216
Cavanaugh, Denise 197
Cawthon, Jimmy 84, 197
Chaffee, Marcy 197
Chambers, James 187
Chambers, Susan 178
Clark, Bill 10, 24, 56, 130, 134, 216
Clark, Bob 149, 179
Clark David 179
Clark Debbie 216
Clark, Gayle 216
Clark, Henry 216
Clark, Kelley 74, 94, 96, 109, 216
Clark Robert 161
Clark Sondra 197
Clark, Susie 116, 121, 179
Susan 78 197
: William 30
Cornell, Cathy 72, 91, 121, 216
Cornish, Cathy 116, 197
Costigan, Ronald 180
Cotton, Pam 72, 116, 217
Coulter, George 198
Coulter, Lisa 116, 126, 180
Counter, Denise 180
COURT JESTERS 125, 126
COURTESY CLUB 111,112,113,114
Cowherd, Michael 22, 93, 180
Cowles, Lisa 100, 116, 161
Cowper, Claudia 81, 116, 198
COX, JAMES 43
Cox, Cathy 121, 161
Cox, Lisa 161
Cox, Vicki 111,116,198
Coy, Susie 121, 198
Coyle, Justine 74, 83, 111,116, 198
Craig, Clilt 81, 109, 198
Craig, Mary 83, 96, 121, 180, 256
Delano, Barbara 74, 111, 116
Delano, Becky 121, 162
Delongy, Nancy 217
Dempsey, M, 139
Denham, Dana 85, 217
Danham, David 217
Denham, Doug 217
Denton, Jane 116, 117, 198
Denton, Robert 84
Dever, Leslie 121, 162
Dewey, Brad 19, 162
Dick, Debbie 198
Dickerson, Denise 116. 126. 198
Dickerson, Judy 121, 162
Dickerson, Gary 92. 109, 149. 160
Dickinson, Miles B4, 217
Dickson, David 130
Dicus, Patricia 89, 180
Diehl, Mark 83, 180
Diehl, Steve 83, 104, 162
Dierson, Becky 198
Dietrich, Marian 80, 89, 111, 218
Dinwiddie, Cheryl 85, 198
lndex 0 251
Fulwider, Raynora 78, 219
Dishman, Nelda 80, 90, 121, 126, 198
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATlON 65, 84
Dixon, Missy 89, 121, 180, 186
Doane, Diane 111,116,180
Dobson, Sherry 75, 84, 218
DODSON, ELAINE 43, 127
Dodson, Jerry 198
Dolan, Pat 218
Doles, Evelyn 80, 83, 198, 201
Donalson, Randy 162
Fair, Michael R. 162
Fairchild, Bobby 33, 35, 55, 109,
Fairchild, Danny 147, 181
Fairchild, Mary K. 116, 162
Falgout, Patricia 56, 66, 84, 218
Font, Mrs. Selden 71
Farber, Chris A. 181
Forbes, Tommye L. 107, 181
Farha, Jan E. 116, 181, 204
Donceel, Judi 218
Janet 121, l26,176,180, 184
Doss, Bruce 198
DOUGHTY, ALMA 43, 79
Doughty, Howard 105
Doughty, Tom 76, 102, 218
Susie 80, 83, 198
Dowling, Nancy 180
Drake, Harold 98, 218
Drake, Melanie 116, 162
DRIVERS EDUCATION 65
oel 198, 141
Duffy, Paul 218
Duffy, Timothy 138, 180
Dugan, Joyce 218
Dugger, Ronnie 181
DUNAGIN, KATHERINE 43
Duncan, Bruce 162
Duncan, Don 80, 198
Duncan, Denise 116, 198
Duncan, Frank 89, 116, 162
Duncan, Jamie 80, 198
Duncan, Kevin 64, 78, 88, 94, 109, 110,
Duncan, Phil 218
Duncan, Ron 199
DUNLAP, ROBERT 43, 44, 66, 84, 85
Dunn, Kathy 121, 199
David 76, 94, 109, 218, 234
Dye, Dana 181
Dye, Linda 22, 83,111, 199
EAKER, CHARLOTTE 43, 97, 94
Eades, Richenea 121, 218
Early, Michael 105, 106, 181
Earley, Teresa 73, 74, 83, 111, 116, 218
Lorene 116, 181
Farlev, Debra G. 219
Farley, James 162
Farmer, Beverly 121, 162
Farmer, Carolyn 218
Farmer, Charlett 121, 181
Farmer, Joyce 199
Easterday, Margaret 22, 83, 93, 121, 199
Easton, Kim 116, 199, 218
Ebeling, Glen 138, 149, 181
Edleman, Judy 121, 162
Edmond, Lorraine 116, 612
san, Jane 68, 74, 83, 81,111,
Edwards, Beverly 162
Ettinger, James 162
Ettinger, Joe 181
EGBERT, JONNIE 91
Elespura, Vicki 116, 199
Elledge, Patricia 199
Ellison, Rebecca 116, 126, 181
Ellison, Stanly 218
Ellyson, Barbara 218
Emerson, Anita 121, 162
Emerson, Mrs. Gerald 71
Emerson, Randy 218
Emerson, Randy 130
Farrell, Gene 153, 181
Farthing, David 162
Farthing, Diana 89
Fatheree, Janice 116, 181
Faucett, Denise 121, 126, 181
Faulkner, Harry 199
Felber, Chris 80, 199
Felton, Susan 116, 181, 183
Fenstermaker, Laura 162
Ferguson, Steve 199
Fern, Michael 162
Fernberg, Bradford 138, 181
Fezler, Craig 199
Fife, Laurel 116, 126, 162,175
Finch, Bill 109, 219
Finch, Janice 121, 126, 162
Fine, Becky 94
Fine, Judith 162
Finley, Gary 31, 133, 134, 199
Finley, Ron 219
Finley, Toni 31, 88
FINNELL, JEAN 44
Fishback, Carol 181
Fishback, Nancy 162
Fisher, Nancy 32, 92, 93, 96, 97,
Fitz, Donna 84, 199
Fitzgerald, Don 88, 92, 109, 199
Flanagan, Kathleen 121, 181
Flanagan, Susan 116, 162
Flanagan, Tina 89, 90, 121, 199
FLAT EARTH SOCIETY 77
Flatt, Brenda 85, 199
Fleetwood, Bill 24, 88, 130, 219
Fleming, Rhonda 89, 219
Flemming, Sharon 100, 162
Frye, Rebecca 56, 162
Fullerton, Deborah 181
Fullerton, Paula 162
Fulmer, Shari 199
Fulson, Steve 219
Fulton, Bruce 58, 149, 182
Fulwider, Leona 162
Fulton, Bob 219
Fulton, Michelle 103, 199
Funderburk, Anne 67, 80, 94, 97, 111
Funk, Jan 219, 227
Funk, Marc 6, 130, 219
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 90
Gabbord, Rebecca 162
Gaddy, Vickie 84, 199
Gaines, Barry 199
GALES, BARBARA 44
Gallegly, Jerry 139, 162
Gallop, Beverly 116, 162
Galloway, Edwin 219
Garcia, Tony 182
Gardner, Gary 219
Gardner, Patti 121, 199
Garmire, Cornelia 83, 90,182
Garrett, Rendall 219
Garrett, Teresa 78, 219
Garrett, William 162
Garry, Bob 130, 194, 199
Gates, Jan 91,111, 121, 219
Gatewood, Anna 219
Gatlin, Allyson 97, 234
Gatlin, Zetta 182
Gautreaux, Carolyn 80, 121, 204
Gautreaux, Kathy 84, 219
Gearhart, Ruth 163
Geddes, James 182
Geiger, George 163
Geiger, Georgia 121, 182
Geist, Connie 52, 90, 121, 212, 219
Geist, John 63, 139
Geist, Tom 74, 199
Geller, Barry 109, 149, 199
George, Alfreda 80, 89, 94, 199
Gerlich, Cindy 111, 182
Gerlich, Tim 139
GERMAN CLUB 82-83
Gerred, Carol 199
Geurin, Donny 219
Gholston, Kathleen 116, 182
Gibson, John 77, 103, 182
Gibson, Kenny 78, 109, 199
Giese, Mark 141, 182
Gilbert, Frances 121, 199
Gilbert, Kathy 182
Gilbert, Lenora 107, 182
Gilchriest, Debbie 163
Gill, Ralph 151,163
Gill, Tomme 100,116,182
Gillen, Valree 121, 163
Gillen, Vicki 121, 182
Gillespie, Anne 81,112,116,182
Gillilan, Suzanne 199
Gilmore, Carlene 163
Gilson, Gary 81, 89, 155, 200
Gimpel, Robert 76, 219
Gimpel, Thomas 163
Ginn, Bob 58, 83
Ginter, Kim 100, 163
GIRLS' "O" CLUB 90
Gloss, Judy 17, 72, 73, 76, 80, 92, 93
Glass, Pat 200
Glenn, Peter 163
Glenn, Priscilla 80, 90
Gober, Kenna 182
Goddard, David 84, 220
Godfrey, Dale 163
Goe, Bennett 163
Gonzalez, Fred 138, 149, 182
Goodman, David 84
Goolsby, Rebecca 116, 182
Gordon, Genny 100, 200
Gordon, Ronald 182
Gordon, Sally 220
Gordon, Scott 76, 77, 81, 92, 220
GOSS, JOHN 44, 153
Goucher, Jeannie 112, 121, 182
Gragg, William 182
Graham, Griffin 154, 220
Granger, Deborah 182
Gray, Cindy 74, 80, 121, 200
Gray, Jeff 220
Gray, Linda 80, 90, 112, 116, 220
Grayson, Tommy 163
GREAT BOOKS CLUB 47
Green, Becky 116, 182
Green, Dena 24, 200
Green, Glen 200
Fletcher, Helen 181 '
Flinta, Charles 181 ,W
Flood, Rebecca 72, 219 gi
Florence, Vickie 219 ,,,,,, " J
Flynn, Mike 199
Flynn, Steve 35, 76, 88, 108, 109, 141,
Fondren, Kim 74, 90, 111, 116, 199
Fondren, Paul 149, 181
Fonvielle, Frank 219
Forbis, Mike 219
Ford, Charles 199
Ford, James 181
Ford, Jan 219
Ford, Josephine 116, 181
Emery, Carla 76, 89, 92, 102, 107,
Emery, Carla 76, 78, 89, 92, 102,
Emery, Denise 74, 181
Encapera, Charlotte 199
Engebretson, Gary 162
Epperson, Jill 84,111,121, 218
Erickson, Joel 181
Erickson, Paul 218
Forester, Jane 121, 199
Forget, Nancy 111, 116, 199
Formby, Debra 89, 121, 162
Foster, Candace 81, 121, 181
Foster, Janie 199
Foster, Jerry 181
Fowler, Johnny 181
Fowler, Margie 181
Fox, Barbara 100, 107, 116, 181
Erlewine, Danette 121, 126, 181
ERWIN, TOM 43, 139, 148
Ervin, Julia 77, Bl, 83,121, 199
Eshbaugh, Willard 181
Frody, Paul 139, 162
Fraher, Carole 181
Keith 84, 88, 89, 219
ESTES, FOSTER 39
Eubanks, Barbara 85
EVANS, HELEN 50
Evans, Steve 218
Ezekiel, Debbie 74, 80, 111, 116, 1
Fain, John F. 162
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Frank, Robert 162
Franklin, Rex 181
Frazier, John 138, 181
FRENCH CLUB 80
French, Jim 130, 188, 219
French, Lynn 116, 181
Frow, David 153, 181
Frow, John 109, 219
BIRTHDAY TREATS for baseball coach, Mr. Winston Havenstrite, are shared
in the Journalism Department by eager Round Table staff members.
Harding, Jane 164 Huffman, Jimmie 85, 223
Green, Jim 103, 220
Green, Pat 220
Green, Patricia 100, 116
Green, Stanley 182
Green, Terry 21, 34, 60, 72, 90, 112,
120, 121, 125, 126, 127, 130, 220, 236
Green, Thomas 182
Green, Vickie 182
Greenamer, Janet 121, 125, 126, 163
Greene, Deborah 116, 182
Greene, Deborah 112, 163
Greenhaw, Darla 116, 126, 163
Greenhaw, Terry 200
Greenwood, Joyce 121, 163
GREER, BERNIS 44
Gregory, Lise 83, 163
Griffith, David 54, 220
Griffith, Linda 220
Griffith, Patricia 163
Griggs, Roger 220
Grigsby, Denise 200
Grigsby, Jim 182
CRIMES, PAT 50
Grimes, Mark 119, 133, 134, 220, 243
Grab, Don 74, 81, 200
Groseclose, Chuck 220
Gross, Marjorie 116, 126, 182
GROVE, ELIZABETH 44, 112, 127
Grube, Kathy 200
Grussendorf, Larry 84, 220
Guarnera, Gail 163
Guest, Kim 182
Gullo, John 200
Gullo, Kathie 116, 200
Gustin, Brenda 72, 76, 78, 90, 220
Gustin, Debra 75, 182
Hagar, Steve 220
Haas, Larry 163
Haas, Ruby 106, 220
Hack, Clydan 220
Hack, Connie 121, 182
Haddock, James 83, 163
Haddon, Creighton 163
Haddon, David 200
Hafen, Glenda 121, 200
Hafner, Nancy 200
Hagan, Paula 116, 200
Hagar, Sharon 100, 182
Hagar, Merri 100, 163
Haggard, James 163
Haggard, Jeanne 80, 96, 112, 121, 200,
Hagstrom, Dale 55, 72, 73, 74, 76, 220
Hagstrom, David 81
Hagstrom, Glenn 83, 200
Hahn, Michael 163
Hale, Barbara 52, 75, 115, 220
Hale, Beverly 72, 73, 76, 80, 83, 116,
HALE, CHARLES 44
Hale, Jack 94, 182
Hale, Shirley 121, 126, 182
Hall, Debra 220
Hall, Doug BI, 154, 194, 200, 211
Hall, Elizabeth II6, 182,100
Hall, Jeff 220
Hall, Laura 89, 163
Hall, Marcia 200
Hall, Mary 81,121,163
Hall, Pamela 116, 163
Halter, Lorah 74, 80, 90, 121, 200
Ham, Terry 5, 76, 92, 220
Hamby, Gary 200
Hamby, Terri 121, 163
Hamilton, Debbie 90, 112, 220
Hamlin, Sandra 116, 164
Hamm, Kathy 116, 200
Hammond, Ronald 82
Hampton, Mary 75, 78, 80, 112, 220
Hand, Sherri 121, 164
Hankinson, Janet 121, 182
Hankinson, Susan 164, 166
Hanlin, Robert 164
Hanselman, Thomas 164
Hanson, Lynn 164
Hanson, Melvin 105, 149, 182
Harbeson, Linda 121, 164
Hardwick, John 138, 172, 176
Hardy, Diane 200
Hare, John 182
Hare, Stephen 183
Harkins, James 183
Harley, Becky 21, 96, 220
Harley, Mary Kay 116, 183
Harley, Patrick 139, 151, 164
Harmon, Sandy 183
Harms, David 151, 164
Harms, Steve 200
Harnsberger, Nancy 116, 164
Harper, Larry 72, 74, 109, 220
Harper, Marsha 121, 164
HARPER, MARIAM 44, 90
Harrah, Mike 92, 183
Harris, Dan 200
Harris, Larry 83, 220
Harris, Melony 116, 183
Harris, Steve 133, 134, 176, 183
Harris, Susan 78, 116, 220
HARRISON, CLOVIA 44
Harrison, Reba 74, 220
Harrison, Tammy 183
Harry, Sally 121, 183
Harry, Steve 10, 94, 78, 220
Hartman, Janie 220
Hartronft, Brad 200
Harvey, Cindy 5, 23, 29, 93, 220
Harvey, David 164
Harvey, Mark 93, 176, 183
Harville, Susan 116, 183
Hatfield, Steve 72, 98, 221
Hatley, Leslie 200
Haught, Stewart 105, 164
Havens, Marvin 164
HAVENSTRITE, WINSTON 44, 25
Haxel, Michael 138, 183
Hay, Jeff 138, 183
Hayden, Gary 149, 183
Hayes, Jerry 200
Hayes, Jamie 116
Hayes, Pamela 83, 164
Hays, Kathy 121, 164
Hayes, Kathy 116, 200
Hayes, Lynda 80, 102, 103, 107,
Hazelwood, Nancy 164
Head, Charles 221
Heard, Brian 221
Hearn, David 139
Heath, Jim 109, 200, 214
Heath, Michael 164
Hedrick, Mary 183
Hefley, Jerry 102, 105, 200
Heflin, Suzanne 116, 164
Hefner, Kathy 116, 164
Heitzman, Jeffrey 200
Held, David 200
Held, Gary 200
Held, Mark 139, 158, 164
Heldenbrand, Chris 92, 200
Hellen, Scott 164
Helm, Charles 138, 200
Helms, Richard 221
Helt, Deanna 121, 200
Helt, Dwight 183
Helt, Robert 221
Helton, William 221
Henager, Kryn 73, 83, 100, 221
Hendricks, David 54, 221
HENDRICKS, JO ALICE 44
Hendrickson, Renee 121, 164
Henning, Dale 221
Henry, George 183
Hensch, Linda 116, 200
Hensch, Peggy II6, 221
Hensley, James 139, 164
Henton, Keith 109, 200
Hentschel, Mike 200
HERMAN, EARLENE 44, 78, 90
Herring, Jean 222
Herrmann, Janet 22, 76, 92, 93,
Hestand, John 101
Hetherington, Linda 113, 222
HEUSEL, GERALD 41
Heusel, John 183
Heusel, Sherrel 100, 117, 164
Heuser, Debbie 72, 74, 76, 112,
Hewes, Jonathan 139, 151, 164
Hewew, Kitty 78, 222
Hibbard, Terry 121, 164
121 , 222
Hicks, Alan 106, 183
Hicks, Donald 164
Hicks, Karen 117, 121, 164
Hicks, Kimberly 164
Hicks, Randy 222
Higginbotham, Judy 222
Hill, Anne 80, 222
Hill, David 183
Hill, Don 164
Hill, Donna 76, 117, 214, 222, 242
Hill, James 143, 147,183
Hill, Jean 80, 117,183
Hill, Larry 153
Hill, Richard 109,183
Hill, sharon 112, 121, 183
Hill, William 141,142, 222
HILL, DR. VIRGIL 39
Hinds, Thomas 164
Hines, Tom 222
Hinkle, Jackie 117, 183
Hinkle, Pat 82, 83, 90, 91, 121, 222
n, Vince 93, 201
Hixon, Gary 222
Hixon, Larry 164
Hixon, Linda 222
Hixon, Ronny 201
HOATSON, CLAUDETTE 44, 46, 85
ON, FAYE 44
Hodges, Elizabeth 72, 74, 112, 117, 222
Hodgson, Nancy 80, 121, 201
Hodkison, John 201
Hoffman, Joan 117, 164
Houge, Donald 164
HOKE, DAVID 44
Hake, Tomma 164
Holbrook, Debra 117, 201
Holderby, Bob 222
Holdridge, Marilee 96, 112, 117, 201, 211
Holland, Vickie 121, 201
Holliday, Cynthia 121, 164
Holliman, Ray 164
Holliman, Richard 201
Hollingsworth, Ronny 94, 96, 109, 201
Holloway, Ann 121, 164
HOLLOWAY, FRED 44, 138
Holloway, Bill 104, 106, 107, 222
Holmes, George 104, 164
Holmes, Kenneth 165
Holmes, Michael 184
Holmes, Palmer 165
Holt, Linda 121, 201
Hugg, Jim 74, 77, 83, 92, 106, 107, 109,
Hugg, Jo Ann 106, 107, 117, 165
Hughes, Hallie 91, 165
Hughes, Linda 116, 184
Hughes, Patty 21, 54, 72, 73, 75, 76,
Hulett, Carie 74, 80, 83, 117, 201
Hulett, Cleda 26, 32, 34, 74, 117, 223,
Hulett, Renee 112, 121, 184
Hull, Peggy 121, 165
Humphrey, Bradley 109, 147, 184
Humphrey, Doug 22, 76, 77, 80, 92, 93,
Humphrey, Jim 138, 201
Humphrey, Linda 65, 66, 84, 90, 223
Humphrey, Mike 165
Humphrey, Rex 93, 184
Humphreys, Craig 30, 138, 147, 201, 210
Hunsaker, Toni 84, 223
Hunt, Brenda 223
Hunt, Debbie 117, 165
Hunt, Linda 184
Hunter, Debbie 223
Hunter, Rick 78, 88, 223
Huntress, Steve 80, 201
Hurst, Susan 78,112,121, 184
Hurt, Carolyn 117, 184
Husband, Debra 90
Huston, Phillip 184
Hutchison, Bob 223
Hutton, Deborah 184
Iles, Susan 184
INDUSTRIAL ARTS 61
ana 100, 122, 165
Irvin, Eric 165
Irwin, Bobby 54, 223
Irvine, Marilee 116, 165
lryck, Sally 165
Bill 74, 138, 223
Jackson, Cindy 74, 92, 117, 184
Jackson, Bill 74, 138, 223
Jackson, Jan 112, 116, 184
Jackson, Janis 165
Jackson, Kathryn 184
Hon, sony 15, 112, 117, 201
Hamsey, Micky 82, 222
Honiker, Danny 84, 222
HONOR LANGUAGE 73
Hooker, Marcie 85, 222
Hooper, Ronnie 101, 165
Hopkins, Larry 184
Hooper, Sharon 117, 165
Horne, Jim 184
Horton, Ann 121, 165
Horton, Debbie 121, 165
Shelly 14, 54, 56, 75, 121, 125,
Hasek, Diane 74, 78, 83, 89, 112, 121,
HOUGH, TED 44
HOUK, BEVERLY 45
Houk, Pamela BO, 100, 165
House, Diane 83, 121, 184
House, Gail 117, 222
Householder Jean 121, 184
Householder, Richard 165
Housley, Deborah 222
Howard, Barbara 100, 117, 165
Howard, Bob 201
Howard, Bruce 79, 88
HOWARD, MARY 45
Jackson, Kenneth 165
Jackson, Phil 184
Jacobs, Julie 117, 165
Jacobson, Hal 184
Jacobson, Jennifer 17, 72, 73, 75, 112,
116, 122, 223
Jacobson, Mark 201
Jacobson, Neil 184
Jacobson, Vickie 185
James, David 165
James, Debra 117, 183, 185
James, Tom 147, 201
January, Cheryl 116, 201
Jarrett, John 153, 185
Jarrett, Sue 92, 112, 122, 223
Jeffers, Eddie 223
Jenks, Kristy 80, 121, 201
JENKINS, vAscA 45, 75
Jensen, Barbara 201
Jensen, Doug 154, 223
Jessee, Sharon 76, 77, 80, 117, 223
Jane 121, 184, 185
Jessup, Jamie 90, 112, 122, 185
Jetton, Shareen 185
JIMINEZ, SALLY 45
Ann 100, 223
Johnson, Bill 81, 130, 137, 223
Carole 122, 185
Howard, Patricia 165
Howard, Richard 184
Howard, Mrs. Robert 71
Howell, Anthony 184
Howell, Phil 222
Hubbard, Bruce 138, 149, 183
Hubbard, Terry 149, 201
Steve 109, 201
Huffaker, Carla 223
Johnson, Danny 165
Johnson, Debra 185
Johnson, Don 165
Johnson, D'Ann 185
Johnson, Frank 76, 72, 223, 106, 107
Johnson, Gary 70, 72, 76, 77, 92, 223
JOHNSON, JIM 40, 77
Johnson, Janice 122, 185
Johnson, Kelly 100, 165
Johnson, Leroy 185
Index o 253
Jones, James 201
Doug 72, 73, 74, 76, 77, 83. 223
Johnson, Linda R. 122, 165
Johnson, Linda K. 74, 80, 201
Johnson, Linda J. 117, 124, 223
Johnson, Liz 96, 97, 122, 223
Johnson, Mark 52, 201
Johnson, Peggy 122, 165
Johnson, Robert 223
Johnson, Sam 165
Johnson, Wilma 117, 185
Johnston, Barbara 122, 185
Jones, Charles 165
Jones, Charles W. II 104, 185
Jones, Connie 185
Jones, Janet 117, 201
Jones, Kathy 83, 91, 117, 201
Jones, Lyn 92, 112, 117, 185
Jones, Pamela 83, 91, 117, 165
Jones, Ronald 202
Jones, Timothy 185
Jordan, Cindy 122, 185
'f1 'ff Y 7+--jc ' ' 'W'
s, Eddie 185
Klimkevich, Nancy 122, 202
Knesek, Jackie 89, 105, 166
Knesek, Kathy 52, 75, 89, 107, 117, 122,
bein, Nancy 100
Knop, Barbara 80, 90, 122, 202
Knop, Chris 12, 52, 76, 77, 92, 224
Knott, Mrs. Martha 71
Kohler, Dale 153
Kolb, Karen 117, 166
Kongs, Charles 139, 166
Konks, Chris 148, 202
Koons, John 202
Kostka, Carol 75, 224
Jordan, Gloria 165
Joyce, Jonathan 165
JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE 81
Just, Melinda 80, 90, 122, 202
Kouba, Steven 185
KOZAK, MARJORIE 45, 46, 80
Kraker, Linda 122, 166
Krasawski, Charles 96, 97, 101, 224
Krasowski, Tina 117, 166
Krosley, Carolyn 202
Kubat, Gary 202
Label, Laurie 80, 117, 202
Label, Shelley 122, 166
Lacey, Dona 117, 185
Lackey, Debbie 90, 224
Justus, Gailon 138
Kamenesky, Becky 74, 80, 112, 122, 202
Kamenesky, Terry 117, 165
Lacy, Bill 33, 68, 97, 108, 110, 224
La Faver, Diane 23, 29, 72, 73, 74, 77,
80, 92, 93, 224
Laird, Clifford 130, 132, 205, 224
Jackie 26, 49, 102, 122, 224
LIBRARY CLUB 79
Lievsay, Debbie 74, 80, 112, 117, 202
Liles, Robert 83
LILLARD, DR. BILL 38
Limke, Linda 117, 202
Lindley, Bill 224
Lindley, Jesse 38
Lindley, Pamela 3, 112, 117, 186
Lingerfelt, Gloria 202
Lingerfielt, Susan 166, 100
Lininger, Gary 166
Lininger, Linda 117, 202
LINK, BEVERLY 45, 91
Lippert, Barbara 26, 70, 122, 202
Lippert, Mrs. Robert 71
Lippert, Teresa 81, 122, 166
LIPPMAN, ELIZABETH 45, 81,194
Liss, Joan 117, 166
Littell, Carol 122, 186
Litteral, Jack 105, 224
Little, Greta 81, 117, 202
Littlefield, David 133, 141, 186
Littlefield, Phillip 139, 167
Littlepage, Pamela 122, 167
Littlepage, Perry 130, 110, 203
Littleton, Ronald 224
Lloyd, Diana 117, 167
LOCHRIDGE, MARY 45
Locke, Mary 117, 186
Loeffler, Kent 149, 176, 186
Logan, Bruce 83, 203
Logan, Daniel 83, 224
Logan, David 83, 224
Lang, Becky 203
Long, John Brad 186
Mandabach, Connie 203
Mandabach, Kathy 75, 122, 225
Mandabach, Rebecca 167, 100
Manning, Maria 147, 167
MANNING, PEGGY 45
Manning, Mike 147, 187
Manning, Robert 187
Manning, Terri 93, 112, 122, 225, 231
Mansell, Lisa 203
Manson, Karen 117, 167
Mapes, Sherri 79, 167
MARCOTTE, LEONARD 44, 45, 149
Marcatte, Michelene 78, 225
Morden, Laura 75
Markham, Marsha 112, 122, 203
Marr, Marianna 107, 122, 167
Marrs, Craig 203
Marshall, Callie 78, 118,167
Marshall, Evelyn 167
Marshall, Jackie 82, 122, 203
MARSON, MILDRED 46, 70
Martin, Kathy 90, 96, 102, 117, 203
Martin, Larry 203
Martin, Lynette 21, 94, 96, 97, 122, 225
Martin, Shelia 122, 167
Morwoad, Frank 4, 18, 68, 77, 92, 225,
Marx, Randy 54, 94, 96, 203
Mason, David 66, 84, 224
Mason, Linda 225
Mason, Mat 80, 92, 204
Massey, Sarena 118, 176, 187
Massey, Susanne 74, 81, 187
Mossie, Michael 167
Kamp, Cary 116
Kamp, Becky 75, 117, 185
Kanost, Theresa 185
Kanost, Thoimas 83, 185
Karhu, Tom 202
Latham, Barbara 77, 224
KARIMI, ELAINE 45
Karountzos, Georgia 166
Kashner, Michael 74, 83, 202
Kauffman, Elise 103, 202
Kearney, Kathy 76, 94, 95, 97, 112, 117,
Keesee, Barbara 83, 122, 185
Keesee, Mary 122, 223
Keffer, Van 223
Keith, Richard 78, 223
Keller, Larry 166
Kellert, Diane 72, 90,111, 112, 117, 223
Kellert, Steve 81, 185, 203
Kelley, Barbara 5, 84
Kelley, Carole 84, 223
Kelley, Cathy 202
Kelley, Pam 122, 185
Kelly, Terry 185
Kelsay, Kathy 75, 202
Kelso, Mrs, Joseph 71
Kemp, Linda 90, 94
Kendall, Sally 70, 72, 73, 76, 77, 81, 223
Donita 112, 122, 202
Kennedy, Brecca 100, 122, 166
Kennedy, Kathleen 166
Kennedy, Tressa 72, 73, 74, 81, 90, 112,
Kent, Mark 88, 223
Kern, Jaan 83, 117
Kerr, Joan 202
Kerschner, Ross 202
Ketchum, Barbara 73, 74, 80, 122, 124,
Kev cLuB los
Kidd, Greg 224
Kidd, Mark 138, 185
Kiker, Alice 117, 166
Killgore, Richard 149, 185
Ann 89, 117, 202
Kilpatrick, Don 224
Kimberlin, Cathy 122, 166
Kimerer, Sandy 74, 104, 107, 117, 202
King, Kathy 224
King, Kenneth 224
KING, MARGIE 50
Lamb, Naomi 85, 224
Land, Gregory 202
Land, Jetfrey 166
Landguth, LaNeIl 72, 74, 80, 90, 117,224
Lane, Donna 22, 83
Laney, Sandra 185
Lang, Candy 166
Langford, Linda 100, 185
Langley, Andy 66, 88, 224
Langley, Michael 166
Langston, Betty 192
Langston, Debbie 72, 75, 112, 122, 224
LANGUAGE ARTS 54
Lankford, Janet 112, 117, 167, 185
Lankford, Becky 117, 224
Lanter, Lorna 122, 166
Lanyon, Lisa 75, 81, 111, 112,122, 224
Lare, Donna 202
Larimore, Alan 74, 81, 110, 202
Larkins, Carolyn 122, 185
Larsen, Sammy 139
Larsen, Skip 186
Long, Judy 122, 186
Long Katheryn 22, 186
Long, Marvin 186
Long Stephen 103, 203
Susan 24, 90, 117, 194, 203
Longley, Cindy 102, 107, 117, 224
Longley, Debbie 107, 112, 122, 203
Lorenz, John 185
Lorenz, Stephen 101, 203
Lotskat, Petra 78, 107, 167
LOTT, WILLIAM 39
Lout, Tom 74, 81, 141, 203
LOVETT, WAYNOKA 45
Loving, Deanna 81, 203
Lowber, Becky 122, 203
Lowe, Diana 122, 167
Lowe, Linda 112, 122, 203
Loyd, Debra 117, 203
Lozier, Lindy 186
Lucas, Stevet 138,185
Luckhort, Christie 117, 167
Luckhart, Liz 122 203
Lund, Jeffery 138 187
,William 133, 224
, Richard 83, 202
Latham, Mike 186
Latham, Paula 186
, Dolores 85, 224
Zandra 90, 122, 186
LECH, MARY 45
Michael 139, 166
Learned, Johnny 139, 166
Ledbetter, Aniita 186
Ledbetter, Eddy 202
LEDBETTER, CHARLES 30, 45, 217, 127
Leder, Jil 186
Lee, Richard 186
Leech, Debbie 90, 122, 202
Leet, Coby 186
Carol 122, 186, 188
Kirby, Gayle 117, 166
Leflett, Karen 117, 202
Legrange, Kathryn 89, 117, 186
Lemmon, Pamela 166
Lensgraf, Teresa 117, 166
Leskela, Diane 224
Lessly, Jim 202
Lester, Candy 224
Leuszler, Helen 117, 185
Levann, Richard 166
Leverich, Larry 139, 166
Leveridge, Jacquelin 122, 166
Leveridge, Marc 224
Kirchner, Gayle 224
Kitchen, Bill 15, 72, 83, 103, 107, 224
Kitchens, Marco 185
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Lewis, Becky 186
Lewis, Mike 224
Lewis, Robert 52, 224
Lewis, Steve 166
Lundien, Linda 112, 122, 225
Lunnon, Loretta 117, 187
LUPER, CLARA 45, 49, 97
Luper, Gwen 117, 203
Lurry, Wende 90, 225
Lushbough, Peggy 122
Lutz, Christian 78, 167
Lutz, David 225
Lutz, Joan 187
Lutz, Vicky 107, 203
Lynch, Kathy 74, 83, 112, 122, 203
Lynn, Jenny 187
Lyon, Madeline 77, 80, 81, 90, 225
Lytle, Bill 108, 110, 151, 153, 225
Lytle, Patty 122, 167
MacKay, Elizabeth 112, 122, 124, 203
Mackey, Kathryn 187
Mackey, Marcia 117, 167
Maddy, Richard 167
Magbee, Brett 187
Magee, Dennis 167
Maguire, Jana 74, 75, 80, 112, 122, 203
Maier, Janet 55, 72, 74, 73, 77, 83, 117
Main, Mark 225
Major, Wiley 225
Makintubee, Steven 167
Mallonee, Bill 88, 110, 225
Malone, Brenda 203
Malone, Phillip 167
Malone, Randy 225
Mathes, John 167
Mathews, Mary 225
MATHIS, JACK 146
Mathis, Vicki 118, 187
Matlock, Ronnie 72, 74, 83, 88, 110, 149,
Matthews, Sharie 122, 187
Matthews, Vicki 203
Mauldin, Sharon 225
Maupin, Cecilia 118, 167
Maurer, Craig 3, 110, 154, 212, 225
Maxwell, Jane 203
Maxwell, Kathy 78, 118, 204
Maxwell, Robert 167
Maxwell, Sandy 78, 118, 225
Mayes, Cynthia 122, 167
Mayes, Deborah 118, 167
Mayfield, Linda 122, 167
Maylield, Terry 105, 107, 226
Maynord, Vickie 204
Mays, Steve 226
McAlister, Brenda 112, 118, 204
McAmis, LaVon 74, 107, 204
McAmis, William 167
McAnulty, Karen 104, 167
McBride, Charlotte 167
McBride, Cindy 187
McBride, Maureen 118, 187
McBroom, Bobby 226
McCabe, Sherri 122, 187
McCabe, Toya 122, 187
McCarty, Mindy 21, 90, 91, 112, 122,
130, 226, 238
McCaskill, Rex 204
McClain, Kathy 100, 108
McClung, Joel 187
McClung, Ricky 226
McCollom, Steve 226
l, Randel 101,167
McCormick, Jim 204
McCoy, Deborah 122, 167, 226
McCoy, Ruth 77, 80, 122, 226
McCracken, Frances 118, 187
McCracken, Kathy 106, 226
McCracken, Tom 187
McCuan, Malinda 112, 118, 126, 183, 187
McCubbin, Barbara 80, 118, 204
McCuIly, Betty 50
McCully, Rebecca 118, 167
McCune, Vivian 122, 167
McDonald, Cheryl 26, 122, 194, 204
McDow, Jeannie 122, 167
MCELVANY, EVELYN 50
McEver, David 187
McFarland, Daniel 226
McGaughy, Becky 52, 74, 77, 226
Mitchell, Teddy 168
Mize, James 168
Molaley, Neal 168
Mabley, Sharon 100, 122, 188
Moesel, Rodd 8, 77, 92, 168
Montgomery, Billy 168
Montgomery, Cindy 52, 75, 118, 227
Montgomery, Dena 122
MONTGOMERY, TERRY 46
Moody, Linda 72, 73, 77, 78, 81, 92, 227
Nordyke, David 188
Norred, Donna 188
NORRIS, RUTH ANNE 46, 57, 78
Northrup, Karen 123, 228
Null, Dorothy 188
Nunn, Carl 169
Nuzum, Kacia 113, 123, 228
Nystrom, Jack 139
Nystrom, Judy 118, 205
Moon, Patty 118, 168
Moore, Barbara 227
MOORE, LINDA 46, 77, 115, 127
Moore, Roger 168
Moore, Shari 118, 188
Moore, Tam C. 188
Moore Tom W. 227
Moreland, Lagail 100, 188
OAKES, OLA MAE 41
OBERMANN, CHARLOTTE 47, 91
O'8ryant, William 94, 228
Odom, Diedra 74, 80, 113, 122, 204, 205
Oelke, Steven 169
Ogden, Ricky 188
NO, lT'S NOT HELEN OF TROY . ..but Gina Meneguzzi telling her Iournalism I
class about the Troian horse and the three years she lived in Rome.
McGee, D. 139
McGee, Harold 138
McGinley, Mark 226
McGregor, Cathy 32, 34, 112, 120, 122
McGrew, Mike 187
McGuire, Katie 118, 226
McHenry, Becky 75, 118, 204
McHuin, Richard 226
McKee, Karen 56, 78, 90, 118, 226
McKelvy, Bill 187
McKiddy, Kathy 167
McKiddy, Linda 118, 187
McKinley, Mike 149, 226
McKinney, David 78, 226
McKinney, William 167
McLarry, Deena 204
McLaughlin, Becky 80, 112, 122, 204
McLaughlin, Robert 167
McMicheaI, Gail 187
McMillan, Chris 103
McMillan, Deborah 96, 122, 167
MCMILLAN, HAROLD 46
McMillin, Donna 96, 118, 187
McNary, Becky 59, 226
McNary, Jo 118, 168, 172, 173
McNatl, Margaret 100, 122, 168
McNeil, Ann 74, 80
McNeil, Steven 148
McNern, Kenneth 141, 168
McNutt, Gary 88, 110, 226
McPhail, Pam 112, 122, 226
McPherson, Jim 77, 204
McRoy, Mary 187
McWhirter, Jimmy 149, 187, 204
McWilliams, Jenny 118, 168
McWilliams, Lynn 118, 204
McWilliams, Bill 187
Meadows, Dirk 187
Medford, David 187
Medford, Janie 21, 75, 226
Mee, Robert 82, 197, 226
Meek, Leslie 72, 73, 74, 77, 82, 83, 12
Meinert, Douglas 187
Meissinger, Jerry 82, 187
Meissinger, Terry 168
Melton, Glen 168
Melton, Laura 90, 118, 226
Melton, Melinda 89, 204
Meneguzzi, Brian 110, 141, 142, 187
Meneguizza, Gina 122, 204, 253
Mercer, Connie 168
Mercer, Libby 118, 187
MERCER, WANDA 50
Meriwether, Norma 75, 83, 113, 122, 204
Merritt, Barbara 90, 204
Merrow, Randy 79, 168
Morgan, Jim 227
Morgan, Pete 188
Morgan, Ronald 168
Margensen, Martha 88, 93, 113, 118
Morgensen, Richard 139, 151, 168
Morozuk, John 5, 72, 76, 77, 93, 108,
110 227, 241
Morris, Dee 122, 188
Morris, Mary 168
Morris, Shari 78, 118, 227
Morrison, Reginia 89, 118, 186, 188
Marrow, Betty 205
Moses, Denise 22, 53, 72, 75, 92, 93, 227
MOSIER, BROOKS 42, 46
Moslander, Lee 227
Moslander, Nancy 118, 168
Moss, Mrs. Gene 71
Mott, Jim 205
MOTT, LARRY 46
Mott, Keith 168, 175
Moxley, John 227, 130
Moy, Cindy 68, 72, 73, 77, 81, 118, 227
Moyer, Susan 100, 122, 168
Moyer, Vicki 118
Mulcahy, Martha 168
Mulkey, Kim 113,122,188
Mulligan, Patricia 118, 168
MULLMAN, PATRICIA 46
Murphy, Dennis C. 168
Murphy, Kirby 227
Murphy, Peggy 85, 205
Murray, Diana 75, 122, 227
OGLE, LEONARD 47
Ogle, Keith 139, 169
Oliver, 111114, isa
Oliver, Jeri 228
Oller, Mark 169
Olson, Jan 96, 97, 228
O'Malley, Maura 89, 188
Orahood, Don 72, 78, 88, 110, 22
Orer, Suzan 188
Oruch, Mark 138, 205
Osborne, Jesse 169
O'Shea, Karen 118, 228
Ostrander, Mary 81, 118, 169
Ostrander, Michael 188
Otterson, Hazel 228
Otterson, Sally 123, 188
Overbeck, Donna 90, 118, 228
Overby, Janice 114, 118, 188
Owen, Cheryl 169
OWEN, KATHLEEN 47
Owen, Kathy 75, 123, 169
Owen, Margaret 17, 72, 73, 74, 77, 80,
Owen, Patti 80, 113, 118, 205
Owen, Ronnie 205
Owens, Randy 205
Ownbey, Patrick 88, 188
Merz, Carl 204
Metheny, Richard 148, 158, 168
Mettauer, David 149, 153, 204
Mettauer, John 168
Meyer, Annette 103, 204
Meyer, Donny 75, B1, 187
Meyer, Diane 89, 122, 226
Meyers, Karen 83, 89 90, 113, 122, 204
Meyers, Leon 3, 19, 73, 77, 94, 10
128, 143, 212, 226, 239
MILBURN, TROY 41
Millar, Becky 118, 204
Miller, Beverly 102, 187
Miller, Brad 204
Miller, Cynthia 118, 168
Miller, Freddie 138, 205
Miller, Gloria G. 74, 89, 122, 168
Miller, Gloria S. 82, 122, 205
Miller, Karen 100, 122, 205
Miller, Kristina 187
Miller, Lawrence 168
Miller, Melvin 76, 227
Miller, Patricia 118, 168
MILLER, RAMAH 46, 91
Miller, Richard 141, 168
Miller, Roger 226
Miller, Tim 110, 187
Miller, Windy J. 187
MILLICAN, RON 7, 40, 41, 25,
Mills, Jack 226
Mils, Mrs. Jack 71
MILLS, MADGE 46
Mills, Nancy 81, 122, 168
Mills, Ronnie 187
Milnes, Jim 227
Ming, Donald 138, 188
Mings, Cynthia 100
Mitchell, Debbie 113, 227
Mustain, Roy 205
Myatt, Jim 205
Cynthia 100, 118, 158, 168
Myers, Gayla 168
Myers, Kathryn 74, 80, 227
PADEN, JOHN 47
Paden, Thomas 105, 107, 228
Page, Mary 169
Page, Wayne 228
Pallesen, Sally 118, 228
Palmer, Susan P. 74, 118, 228
Palmer, Susan M, 80, 113, 205
Pape, Mrs, Clay 71
Pape, David 82. 93, 228
Parker, Beverly 205
Mitchell, Diane 80, 118, 204, 205
Mitchell, Gary 205
Mitchell, James 205
Mitchell, Linda 80, 122, 205
Mitchell, Steve 35, 88, 94, 110, 128, 143,
Myers, Nancy 168
Myers, Susan 227
Myhre, Melvin 188
Mythen, Robbie 227
Nabors, Debra 205
Nance, Mark 82, 84, 85, 227
NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY 75
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 93
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 72
NATIONAL THESPIANS 92
Neal, Wayne 168
Neel, Ginger 118, 168
Neel, Max 227
Neely, Belinda 85, 205
Neely, Edith 104, 168
Neely, Susan 188
Neely, Terri 227
Nelson, Nancy 227
Nelson, Terrell 168
Neville, James 78, 228
New, Michael 188
Newman, Carol 83, 104, 107, 228
Newman, Suzanne 74, 113, 123, 205
Newton, Golda 123, 228
Newton, Mike 188
Nicek, Andrea 100, 169
Nichols, Harry 169
NICHOLS, TED 36, 46
Nigh, Larry 228
Nixon, Chuck 141, 205
Nobles, Kathryn 81, 122, 169
Nobles, Mark 77, 81, 205
Parker, Georgette 118, 205
Parker, Larry 76, 77, 81, 169
Parker, Leath 188
Parker, Marilyn 103, 107, 205
Parker, Richard 72, 74, 73, 77, 80, 81,
Parker, Susan 228
Parks, Cynthia 107, 123, 165, 169
Parks, Debbie 205
Parks, Marcee 5, 15, 83, 96, 97, 103,
Parks, Mike 205
Parks, Steve 188
Parleir, Allen 189
Parnell, Al 138, 189
Parrish, Anita 29, 72, 74, 73, 77. 80.
Parrish, Elaine 205
Parrish, Jim 228
Parsons, Gary 169
Parsons, James 153
Mary 74, 77, 82, 113, 123, 228
Marilyn 80, 205
Richard 83, 92, 205
Patterson, Barbara 169
Patterson Brenda 205
Patterson, Dan 110, 205
Patterson, Jana 205
Patterson, John 205
Patterson, Kim 104, 169
Patterson, Tony 189
Patty, Sharon 89, 169
Index o 255
Patzack, Cathy 205
Patzock, Mark 169
Payne, Mary 90
PATNE, ROBERT 47
Pearson, David 169
Pearson, Jim 190
Pearson, Marsha 118, 228
Peck, Carolyn 123, 189
Pedigo, Betty 118, 189
Peek, Tom 88, 110, 149, 228
Peeler, Shirley 123
Pellegrini, Tony 169
Peilow, rimi 123, 124, 189
Pena, David 189
Penn, Kathy 205
Pennala, Alan 205
Pennington, Curtis 189
Pennington, Jeff 206
PENNINGTON, JOHN 47, 102
Pennington, Stan 228
Penny, Michael 105, 169
PEP COUNCIL 127
Powers, Bill 84, 229
Powers, Carolyn 170
Powers, Paula 170
Powers, Richard 189
Powers, Susie 70, 113, 114
Pralle, Richard 108, 110, 206
Rasmussen, Doug 141
Rathien, Susan 113, 118, 206
Rattan, Pat 88, 110, 149, 229
Rattan, Phillip 170
Ratway, Mary 229
Ratway, Tim 189
Pratt, Sheryl 123, 170
Prentice, Paula 103, 107, 206
Pressley, Douglas 229
Prevost, Richard 170
Proctor, Bill 189
Profter, Fleta 123, 189
Protfer, Patricia 123, 206
Proffitt, Rickey 189
Pruitt, Leann 113, 118, 186,189
Ptomey, Nyla 82, 170
Puckett, Bob 229
Puckett, Jerry 189
Pugh, Pat 189
Pugh, Robert 170
Raunborg, Ronnie 143, 146, 14
Raunborg, Sharon 90, 123, 230
Rawlings, Lee 118, 170
Ray, Robert 148, 170
Ray, Tom 230
Ray, Bill 189
Rayburn, Jack 139, 170
7, 206, 211
Rayburn, Scott 30, 68, 82, 92, 149, 206
Read, Fletcher 88, 230
Read, Becky 118, 189
Ream, Richard 170
REBER, JILL 47,48
Rector, Anthony 206
RED CROSS 89
Reece, Marla 123, 170
Riddle, Charles 30, 230
Riddle, Hazel 230
Riddles, Mike 154
Ridley, Randy 148, 170
Rieder, George 110, 153, 179, 189
Riggall, Jim 88, 149, 150, 230
Riggall, Mike 138, 149, 150, 190
Riley, Georgeann 72, 90, 111, 113
Ringvvald, Judy 74, 113, 123, 206
Ritter, Gary 88, 130, 230
Ritter, Gerald 82, 88, 130, 230
Ritter, Jeffrey 148, 170
1, Charlotte 118, 206
1, Debbie 118
Perham, Steven 169
Perkins, Carol 80, 206
Perkins, Joan 169
Perry, Don 169
Perry, Nancy 80, 113, 123, 206
Perry, Pamela 123, 189
Petty, Donna 78, 228
Petty, Sally 83, 118, 206
Lou Ann 55, 72, 73, 74, 77, 80,
113, 118, 228, 81
Phillips, Bobby 77, 78, 81, 104, 228
Phillips, Cindy 123, 228
Phillips, Debra 118, 169
Phillips, Delbert 228
Phillips, Diana 169
Phillips, Johnny 189
Phillips, Kathy 123, 169
Phillips, Sandra 103, 118, 206
Phillips, Stan 138, 149, 189
Phillips, Stephen 189
Phillips, Terry 228
Phinney, Corey 153, 229
Phinney, Kent 153, 206
Pulley, Betty 118, 170
Pulley, Donna 74, 189
Pulley, Janet 229
Pulley, Lewis 78, 107, 170
Pulliam, Vicki 118, 206
PUNNEO, GERALD 51
Purcell, Kerry 82, 170
Pursley, Richard 83, 229
QUILL AND SCROLL 94
Quinn, Mary 74, 123
Quinn, Mellonie 78, 123, 189
Theresa 38, 197, 203
Reed, Sharon 189
Reese, Dennis 206
Reeves, Sharon 189
Reichert, Curtis 206
Reichert, Dave 206
Reid, Ann 4, 77, 92, 118, 230, 241
Reid, siisie 74, 113, 118, 189
Reisinger, Frank 170
Reisinger, Judy 206
Reiss, Katie 123, 189
Rendel, Deborah 118
Renfro, Mary 123, 186, 189
Rentroe, Peggy 206
Renshaw, Bill 110, 230
Renshaw, Dee 206
Phipps, Jack 229
Phipps, Sally 82, 169
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 60
PIERCE, BEVERLY 47
Pierce, Charles 28, 189
Pierce, Donna 81, 123, 206
Pierce, Patty 206
Pierson, Becky 118
Pierson, Martha 118
Pieiich, Tobi 229
Pike, Sherri 83, 118, 229
Pike, wiiic 113,118,206
Pingleton, Jackie 123, 206
Pinix, Steve 74, 80, 206
Pinkerton, Paul 169
Pinkinson, John 169
Pinkston, Tommy 61, 170
Pippin, Annette 96
Pippin, 8illye 89, 170
Pitt, Karen 170
PLATT, JOHN 47, 101
Plumbtree, Mark 130, 206
Plumbtree, Steve 124, 229
Plumbtree, Vickie 123, 189
Poag, Floyd 105, 107, 229
Pack, David 130, 229
Pogue, Rosalind 69, 96, 189
Pogue, Tricia 78, 229
Rogers, Steve 110, 190
rank 92, 170
Pollock, Sheri 189
Ponder, Pat 229
Pontlous, Vlckie 78, 229
Pool, John 229
Pope, Ross 229
PORTA, CAROL 45, 48, 75
Porter, Linda 36, 96, 97, 229, 247
Porter, Michael 170
Porter, Sue 84, 229
Posey, Nita 170
Poteet, Gordon 149, 189
Potter, Nikki 118, 229
Pound rs, Carla 206
Powell, James 65, 94, 189
.,o,.., 4 -- :-
Roberts, Cathy 118, 190
Roberts, Ellen 118, 190
Roberts, Linda J, 170
Roberts, Linda K. 85, 206
Robertson, Avy 78, 206
Robertson Beth 118, 206
Robertson, Jim 206
Robertson Randy 74, 206
Robertson, Roxanne 24, 123, 190
Robinson, Donald 170
Robinson, Harold 82, 89, 170
Robinson, John 105, 141
Robinson, Kelly 123, 170
Robinson, Larry J. 206
Robinson, Laura 170
Robinson, Margie 80, 93, 123, 206
Robinson, Marilyn 231
Robinson, Sherri 171
Robinson, Steve 52, 72, 77, 89, 90,
Robinson, Susan 90, 118, 190
Robinson, Tony 143, 145, 147, 148, 190
Robinson, Vicki 207
Roblyer, Gary 190
LAST DAY locker check results in a pile of discards for Debbie Thompson.
Rogan, Carolyn 189
Ragan, Mariean 82, 170
Ragsdale, Debbie 229
Ragsdale, Donna 229
Rahill, Gary 143, 147, 189
Rainbolt, Linda 85, 229
Rainwater, Judy 123, 170
Rainwater, Keith 101
Romee, Cheryl 113, 118, 206
Ramirez, Rita 118, 229
Resetaritz, Richard 92, 170
Reyes, Arnold 170
Reynolds, Jim 84, 230
, Linda 80, 206
Randall, Dick 70, 81, 88
Randall, Teresa 206
Randel, Randye 206
Randal, Loy 170
Randol, Randy 170
Reynolds, Doug 170
Reynolds, Jo 123, 170
Rhea, Becky 65, 96, 114, 118, 189
Rhodes, Pam 230
Nancy 24, 38, 55, 73, 77, 81, 96,
97 120, 123, 230, 240, 247
Rich, Jack 139, 170
Rich, Thomas 73, 77, 110
Richert, David 83, 141, 189
Richmond, Elaine 123, 189
Riddell, Randy 170
Roby, Charles 171
Roby, Charlotte 171
Rogers, Brent 231
Rogers, Carolyn 123, 190
Rogers, Debra 190
Rogers, Denise 190
Rogers, Ginger 118, 171
Rogers, Janice 190
Rogers, Kennita 80, 118, 207
ROGERS, MELVIN 39
Rogers, Paula 231
Rollins, Gary 231
Rollins, Nancy 118,190
Rose, Nicki 207
Rosenberg, Pam 85, 207
Rosenberg, Paul 10,'11, 231
Ross, Jeannie 100, 231
Ross, Linda 100, 190
Roth, Paul 190
ROUND TABLE STAFF 97
Roundtree, Kathy 123, 207
Roundtree, William 101, 105, 190
Rowe, Roger 207
Rubenstein, Mayna 123, 190
Rubenstein, Mike 171
Rueb, Tom 151, 153, 231
Ruedy, Dan 72, 74, 231
:Ruggles, Robert 171
Rumley, Marshall 231
Runyan, Douglas 139
Russell, Jeff 171
Rutledge, Chesley 82, 207
Ryan, Charles 101, 190
Ryan, Helen 190
Ryan, Kathleen 231
IRychlec, Sherry 113, 123, 190
Saied, Celia 75, 113, 119, 207
Saied, Nancy 113, 119, 190
Salathiel, Denzel 104, 207
Salda, Mike 207
Salmon, Sue 123, 171
Salyer, Christopher 82, 92, 207
Samara, Don 138, 207
Sampson, Randy 79
Sampson, Rita 190
Sanders, Jack 207
Sanders, Jerry 105, 171
bandgarten, Dale 80, 171
iarinske, Kenneth 190
avage, Ronnie 207
Shaw, Jane 123, 207
Shedeck, Bart 3, 6, 8, 70, 81, 96, 110
Shedeck, Gregory 70, 171
Sheen, Andy 171
Sheets, James 171
Sheets, Janet 207
Sheldon, Darla 60, 65, 89, 90, 96, 23
Sheline, Steve 78, 231
Sheltman, Deborah 123, 171
Sheltman, Karen 208
Sheltman, Ronnie 208
Sherman, Kent 231
Sherman, Diane 190
Sherwood, Mike 208
Sherwood, Nancy 171
Sherwood, Suzanne 82, 231
Shewmaker, John 110, 190
Shields, Janet 190
Shilrin, David 81, 171
SHINN, FAYE 48
Shinn, Rebecca 82, 123
Shirley, Jay 149, 190
Shores, Nancy 119, 190
Short, Steven 139, 151, 171
Short, Susan 123, 190
Showalter, Stephen 190
Shriver, Debbie 208
Shrode, John 88, 110, 153, 208
Shumaker, Vicki 78, 231
Sidwell, Susan 119, 191
Simmons, Chuck 204
Simmons, Gail 24, 60, 77, 90, 91, 108
115, 119, 127, 231
Simmons, Michael 88, 208 130
Simonson, Dove 208
Simonson, Ann 78, 231
SIMPSON, DENNIS 16, 47, 48, 88
Smith, Steven 172
Smith, Sue 119, 172
Smith, Teresa 191
SMITH, DR. TOM 38
Smith, Wayne 68, 232, 244
Smith, William 232, 129
Smott, Mary 208
Snodgrass, Mende 92, 191
Snow, Bea 75, 84, 89, 232
Snyder, Andy 82, 208
Snyder, Debbie 123, 208
Sochor, Joe 232
Sochor, Sue 85, 208
SOCIAL STUDIES 56
Sosa, Ray 172
South, John 208
Southard, Regina 208
Sowdal, Michael 191
Spaeth, Mark 82, 153
SPANISH CLUB B1
Suggs, Susie 19, 32, 34, 72, 73, 90 4
115, 127, 222, 233
Sullivan, Barbara 100
Summers, Beverly 119, 173
Supplee, Cheryl 123, 233
Supplee, Curtis 191
Sutter, D'Ann 123, 191
Swank, Melinda 65, 96, 119, 191
Swansberger, John 191
Swansberger, Mary Ann 90, 91, 1
Swartzendruber, John 130, 233
Sweeney, Patricia 123
Swickey, Brad 160, 209
Swihart, Steve 58, 233
Swingle, Terri 75, 173
Sylvester, Lynda 233
Sylvester, Ted 191
SYMPHONY HI-NOTES 79
Szalranski, Mark 209
Szairanski, Paul 139, 173
Sparks, Jonnes 119, 172
SPEED, KATHLEEN 45, 55, 77
Speece, Eula 104, 123, 172
r, Mari 78, 232
r, Marilyn 119, 208
Spielberger, Sally 232
Spitler, Andy 82, 208
Spradlin, Denise 78, 208
Spurr, Vickie 119, 191
Stacy, Alan 92
Stacy, Mrs. Joe 71
Stacy, Marcia 123, 173, 191
Stacy, Mary 68, 123, 232
Stafford, Nancy 208
Douglas 79, 172
Stalcup, Sally 191
Sims, Bucky 208
axon, Charmaine 123, 171
alyer, Jim 171
alyer, Karen 231
chatzer, Tommy 139, 171
schezmiaii, David tio, 207
cheirman, John 171
chell, Mike 81, 231
Sims, Gary 101, 191
Sims, Luann 123, 191
Sims, William 171
Sinclair, Patricia 103, 123, 171
Singerman, Charles 171
Singerman, Chris 123, 227, 231
Staley, Dean 232 I
Standefer, Marcia 74, 123, 232
Stanfa, John 138, 191
Stansel, Randy 232
Stanton, Cynthia 119, 172
Stapp, Robert 82
Staten, Don 172
immy Jr. 233
Libby 107, 123, 191
Sharon 91, 209
Timothy 92, 191
Tannehill, Frank 233
Tannehill, Phyllis 191
Tatum, Elizabeth A. 81, 89, 93, 114,
Tatum, Robert 173
Taylor, Connie 209
TAYLOR, DORIS 50
TAYLOR, DORIS N. 48
Johnny 74, 82, 192
Kathy 72, 119, 233
Taylor, Patsy 72, 111, 114, 233
Taylor, Sherry 123, 192
Taylor, Susan 107, 119, 192
TEAGUE, SAM 51
Telixggr, Sharon 9, 74, 83, 89, 114, 123,
TEETS, GEORGIA 48
Tefertiller, Diane 123, 209
Templer, Robert 139, 173
Tennis, Barry 84
Tennis, Tim 233
Terlip, Jim 173
Terrell, Richard 82, 173
Tessman, Mary 192
chilb 5'ee'ef Thayer, Michael 173
Donna 62, 74, 85, 207
Carolyn 55, 72, 73, 74, 77,
Diana 119, 190
Singleton, Jo Ann 123, 208
Skaggs, Connie 191
Skaggs, Duke 208
Skaggs, Paul 33, 97, 110, 143, 231
ST. DIZIER,-RODNEY 59, 74
Thayer, Edward 149, 174, 192
chmauch, Deborah 207
ty 41, 94, 96, 97, toe
74, 80, 112, 119, 207
80, 123, 207
9, 141, 142, 231
Schroeder, Sid 231
chultz, Beverly 29, 82, 90, 91, 231
chwoerke, Kim 82, 171
HIELD STAFF 96
Skillman, Donna 119, 191
Shurlock, Karen 103
Skvorc, Christina 78, 231
Slade, Becky 22, 80, 93, 113, 119, 208
Slade, Lee 139, 151, 171
Slater, David 79, 231
Slick, Scott 101, 191
Sliger, Gary 231
SLOSS, MINERVA 48
Smart, Carol 77, 94, 112, 123, 231
Smedlund, Stephen 171
SMELSER, CARROLL 48
Smelser, Marcia 232
Smiley, Joseph 172
Smiley, Mike 232
Steele, Cheryl 172
Steele, William 232
Stegman, Barbara 232
Steph, Nancy 3, 20, 21, 26, 96, 97, 123,
127, 130, 232
Stephens, Catherine 123, 191
Stephens, Jenyne 77, 80, 233
Stephens, Mark 88, 147, 208
Stephens, Robyn 90, 123, 208
Stephens, Sally 198, 208
Stephens, Susie 198, 208
Steves, Christopher 191
Therman, Shannon 209
Thom, Michael 74, 81, 105, 107,
Thomas, Becky 119, 233
Thomas, Curt 173
Thomas, Debbie 123, 209
Thomas, Elynn 192
Thomas, Jeanne 233
Thomas, Jeff 209
Thomas, Louann 114, 119, 192
Thomas, Mauna Kea 209
, Mellissa 91, 119, 173
, Sherry D. 100, 192
CIENCE CLUB 86
cott, Billie 190
cott, Bruce 143, 144, 146, 148, 207
cott, David 171
Scott, Deborah 190
Scott, Frances 100, 190
Scott, Marilyn 119, 171
Scott, Marion 207
cott, Randy 190
Smiley, Lynn 119
Ann 112, 119,123,190
Smith, Anne 123, 208
Smith, Billie 119,191
Smith, Bonnie 119
Smith, Charles 191
Smith, Clark 232
Smith, Fran 208
Smith Gwen 232
n, Debbie 110, 114, 123, 209
cott, Stephen 171
cott, Steven 231
COTT, VIOLA 50
SCOTT, WILLIAM 48
Scovill, Bret 105, 190
SCHUDDER, FLORENCE 50
Seaman, Curby 190
Seaman, Diane 78, 231
Sears, Diana 119, 207
Seay, Deborah 119, 190
Seba, Michelle 119, 171
Segraves, Vivian 100, 171
Self, Lynn 24, 115, 119, 231
Senn, Michael 190
SERVICE STAFF 51
Shadid, Brenda 123, 190
SMITH, JANE 50
Smith, Jessica 172
Smith, Karen 123
Smith, Kevin 139, 151,172
Shadid, Donny 74, 92, 180
Smith Kimberly 172
Smith Linda 208
Smith, Loretta 232
SMITH, MARCIA 48
Smith, Mark 172
Smith, Marsha 123, 208
Smith Michael 191
Smith Phil 72, 74, 77. 141, 232, 142
Smith Rebecca 172
Smith, Scott 172
Smith, Scott 138, 208
Smith, Scott 139, 172
Smith Scott 139, 172
Sheron 119, 232
Steves, Karen 83, 112, 123, 232
Stewart, Ann 113, 119, 172
Stewart, Kenneth 191
Stewart, Jim 208
Stewart, Prissy 73, 74, 123, 208
Stewart, Susan 208
STEWART, THELMA 50
St. George, Carol 107, 172
St. George, Phil 75, 233
Stiles, Billy 191
Stiles, Janelle 172
Stiles, Larry 233
Stinson, Teresa 85, 233
Stoldt, Barbara 123, 160, 172
Stoldt, Bobby 72, 110, 155, 233
Stolfa, Mike 208
Stone, Cynthia 191
Stone, Melinda 89, 119, 186, 191
Thomas, Sherry L. 74, 85, 209
Thomas, Shirley 123
Thomas, Victoria 103, 192
Thomason, Janie 114, 119, 209
Thomford, Richard 173
THOMPSON, ALICE 47, 48
Thompson, Bart 139, 148, 173
Thompson, Bobbi 123, 139, 173
Thompson, Debbie 74, 124, 192, 254
Thompson, Denise 123, 192
Thompson, Gene 84, 233
Thompson, Janice 233
Thompson, Jeff 209
Thompson, Judy 119
THOMPSON, KENNETH 48
THOMPSON, MARGARET 48, 59
Thompson, Robert W. 74
Stooker, Alison 72, 77, 81, 92, 113, 123,
on, Sonia 119, 173
Thompson, Steven 192
Thompson, Todd 88, 209
Thompson, Tony 138, 173
Story, Richard 77, 92, 93, 208
Stotts, Diane 78, 233
Stotts, Sherrie 233
Stout, Barbara 119, 172
Straube, Mary 73, 233
Street, Carol 113, 208
Strickland, Don 233
Strickland, Ted 82, 208
Strong, Richard 208
Strong, Roger 139, 173
Stroud, Sheree 75, 123, 158, 173
Stuart, Charlene 78, 233
STUDENT COUNCIL 68
Stunz, Jeanette 72, 74, 78, 81
Sturgess, Kathrine 191
Sturgill, Donna 191
Sturgill, Norma 233
, 90, 233
Thornton, Debbie 123, 209
Throckmorton, Vicki 233
Thurman, Paul 173
Tidwell, Debbie 78, 233
Tidwell, Susan 123, 192
Tierce, David 74, 209
Tigert, Scott 80, 209
Tillman, Dan 84
Toahty, Loretta 233
Tolley, Cecilia 209
Tolley, Linda 233
Tomsky, Daniel 192
Tomsky, Sharon 173
Tonbeck, Charles 105,
rany, aiu, 153
Index o 257
Totty, Mike 84, 209
Towe, Jeneece 123, 192
Towne, Deborah 100, 173
Townsend, Carrie 123, 173
Townsend, Debbie 233
Traska, Lani 83, 123, 192
Trent, Joel 72, 77, 105, 107, 234
TRIMBLE, JAMES 48
Tridle, Frank 192
Trindle, Sylvia 234
Tripp, David 192
Tripp, Richard 173
Tritten, Yvonne 119, 192
Trosper, Robert 74, 153, 192
TRUAX, MARTHA 49
Tubb, Michele 192
Tucker, Lou 114, 123, 192
Tuel, Lela 119, 173
Tuel, Patricia 22, 83, 93, 123, 194,
Turk, Donna 173
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Walton, Ronald 174
Wann, Debra 174
Wantlond, Jino 123, 174
nd, Brent 174
Vlarren, Amy 114,119, 210
Warren, Carol 119, 192
Warren, David 174
Warren, Shannon 90, 174
Warren, Tom 92,210
Waterman, 8ruce 193
s, Gregory 193
s, Steve 72, 77, 78, 110, 234
Watson, Donna 74, 77, 81, 234
Watson, Gary 210
Watson, John 193
Watson, Linda 234
Watson, Mark 174
Watson, Sherry 114, 124, 193
oem 119, 174
Waugh, Jerry 143, 147, 193
Turk, Saundra 192
Turnell, Bob 110, 153, 234
Turnell, Marcia 119, 192
Turner, Dandra 174
Turner, Gary 192
Turney, David 174
Turney, Nancy 124, 209
Turnipseed, David 192
Turpin, Charles 1, 88, 89, 151, 153, 154,
TWENTIETH CENTURY HOMEMAKERS 90
TYLER, MAXINE 49
Tyner, Lynda 174
Tyrrell, Sandra 174
Uhl, Susan 124, 192
Underhill, Barbara 119, 174
Underwood, Anthony 174
Underwood, Pam 234
Unger, Jerianne 122, 125, 174
URMSTON, ELIZABETH 49, 75
Vaeth, Michelle 14, 83, 209
VanCleef, Pope 209
VanCleel, William 174
Vandennieuwenhof, Frank 234
Vandeventer, Sidney 174
Vangilder, Craig 192
Van Hooser, Violet 174
Vann, Mary 174
VAN POOL, DON 10, 49. 143, 144
Van Pool, Donald 143, 147, 192
Varnell, Charles 22, 174
Varmer, Janette 104, 192
Vassilopoulos, Sophia 81, 210
Waugh, Suzanne 210, 124
Wear, David 234
Weatherly, Donita 193
Weaver, Terry 174
Webb, Debra 193
Webb, Ernest 193
Webb, James 234
Webb, Laura 78, 234
Webster, Les 72, 74, 102, 110, 212, 234
WEDDING, MARY 49
WEDGWORTH, WILLIAM 49
Weeks, Jett 210
WEINERT, DUANE 41
Weisiger, Jean 124, 193
Weiss, Tom 235
Welch, Nikki 235
Wells, Chuck 82, 138, 108, 110, 210
Wells, Melinda 119, 193
Wells, Susan 124, 174
Wensauer, Brent 149, 193
Wernick, Martin 210
Wertz, Jon 139, 174
West, David 103, 210
West, Debbie 210
West, Janice 235
iz, asiznice 41
Wheeler, Preston 174
Wheeler, Randy L. 193
Wheeler, Randy R, 210
Wheeler, Susie 123, 210
Wheeler, Timothy 139, 174
White, Beverly 19, 119, 174
White, David 235
White, Deborah 90, 193
White, Karen 100
WHITE, MARTHA 49, 124
White, Richard D. 210
White, Richard D. 104
White, Sharon 78, 235
Vaughan, John 210
Vaughn, Robert 192, 133
Vaughn, Vicki 75, 90, 108, 109, 119, 234
Vaught, James 192
Vavera, Denise 210
Vavera, Glenda 174
Veatch, Jerry 234
Veatch, Steve 149, 210, 130
Vick, Charlotte 96, 97, 119, 210
Vickery, Malinda 124, 192
White. Stella 193
Whitehead, Jeanne 100, 193
Whitmire, Richard 210
whiiiie, sue si, 94, 119,193
Wick, Richard 211
Wikstram, Elaine 119, 211
Wilbanks, Ellen 124,174
Wilcox, Janice 211
Wiles, Ann 124, 235
Wilken, Gloria 119, 193
Wilken, Ronny 235
Willey, Tom 211
Wilson, Janet 85, 211 WYUUY. M0f1C0 1741 175
Wglsonl jill 174 Wright, Al 72, 74, 77, 81, 90, 104, 235
Wilson, Kathleen 119, 211 Wright. 1351150 193
Wilson Keith 148, 174 Wright, Errol 101, 175
Wilson Mark 147, 193 Wflgltff GVCQOVY 36
Wilson Mary 80, 92, 93, 114, 124, 211 Wright. Steven 143, 175
Wilson Patricia 114,124, 211 WY1Q111 William 51
Wilson Paula 92, 119, 193 WYGUT, Jennifer 114. 124, 211
Wilson, Sandy 123 WYUN1 401111 171
Wilson, Sue 175
Wilson, William 235
Wind, Donald 235 Y
Wind, Ricky 174
wandhem, Linda 29, 96, 115, 117, 119, :Gegen gf"IfSd 14135175
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windham, seven 139, 174 Yvteff 51119115 119. 211
Winslow, Bonnie 211 Y1119E1r W' R- 39
Winston, Brent 82, 211 Yocum, Sandra 54241175
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Wolfe, Janis 235 129 120
Wollf, Sylvia 235
Wollley, Jean 235
Woltley, Max 175
Wonycott, Karen 235
Wood, Dano 211
Young, Debbie 32, 34, 77, 124
Young, Elizabeth 124, 175
Young, Helen 114, 119, 235
YOUNG NITTA 51
Young, Sharon 91, 79, 235
Virtue, John 234
Vogel, Barbara 77, 114, 234
VON TUNGELIN, HENRIETTA 49
Von Tungelin, Steve 210
Vrooman, Gregory 192
Williams, Anthony 193
Williams, Beverly 119, 174
Williams, Jeff 235
Williams, Lori 114, 174
Waddle, Peggy 119, 174
Wade, John 192
Wade, Paula 114, 124, 234
Wade, Ricki 210
WAKELY, CAROLYN 41
Waldrop, Mark 105, 192
Walker, Carol 80, 82, 91, 210
Walker, Charlie 210
Walker, Steve 234
Walker, Marie 119, 210
, William 192
Williams, Kim 235
Williams, Luann 235
Williams, Nydia 119, 211
Williams, Rhyssa 124, 211
Williams, Steve 211
Williams, Tom 193
Williams, Toni 235
Williamson, Debbie 117,119, 211
WILLIAMSON, EVELYN 48, 49, 127
Wallace, Daniel 101
Wallace, Diana 91, 114, 210
Wallace, Randy 84, 210
Wallace, Rhonda 174
Wallen, John 56, 174
Waller, Sharlet 124, 210
Wallin, Jack 148, 174
Wallis, David 210
Walters, John 234
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Williamson, Larry 212, 235
WILLIAMSON, MAURINE 49
WILLINGHAM, HELEN 49,127
Willson, Kenny 110, 149, 235
, Mary 124, 193
h, Judy 124, 174
Wilson, Cheryl 22, 72, 92, 93, 114, 212,
Wilson, Cynthia 77, 124
Wilson, Debra 193
Wilson, Donna 119, 174
Wilson, Iris 89, 193
Wilson, Jan 114, 124, 211
Wilson, Jan E, 72, 73, 74, 80, 119, 235
Wilson, Jan 174
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Wood, Gary 103, 105, 235
Wood, Georgia 85, 235
Wood, Lisa 119, 175
Wood, Nancy 175
Wood, Nita 211
Valerie 114, 124,193
Woodward, Stephen 175
Wooldridge, Steve 151, 175
Work, Cynthia 119, 193
Work, Laura 211
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Youngblood, Sue 114, 119, 211
Younge, Nancy 104, 119, 211
Younge, Wanda 90, 111, 114,
Yount, Janet 119, 124, 175
Yount, Nancy 75, 193
Zaikis, Tami 85, 186, 235
Zanovich, Jill 119,175
Zeldenthuis, Anita 124, 235
Worley, M. 139
Worsham, Liz 124, 175
Worthing, Bob 235, 141
Worthing, Patty 119, 175
Zimmerman, Danna 193
Zinn, Donita 114,12-1, 193
Zinn, Keith 82, 149, 235
Zumbro, Vernon 235
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