Topeka West High School - Chevalier Yearbook (Topeka, KS)

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'14-if f by " "H 2 SEFHIEWMHEP3 'TSEDEIM WEST IHJHSEU SSUHSCIDL WCDL, T141 US75 TSPEKZA9 KANSAS H . Foreword Color plays m lmportant part ln everyone s life Wxthout color lxfe would be a dull unm ters stmg routme But color 15 not alvs us what we see More xmportant xt IS what we fc cl Col or reflects moods Blur makes us thmk sad whereas red makes us thmk chet rlul Students at Topeka West Hlgh School are usu rllx happy but evervone has an off d ax once m a wx hule The yearbook staff has trled to record all the moods seen at Topeka Wt st Reflectmg these moods plctures and copy m the 1975 Chevalier illustrate nts theme COLOR MY WORLD The staff hopes that you fmd all your speclal memo nes of Topeka West ln the pages that follow Cvnthxa Dlane 2 x xm i I A f Y Q 1 l 'Q ' 1 Q12 1 ' N 5' W4 , mf? Y 1 " --5' , , Q 4 Y3,.:. A,Q K '. - ,, ' L ys, . LS? 'iw' fc 5 fggifi g - - ,Kg sw , + gg, K X -f:-Ti ki ' NK' ,. 3-5 4 . x fs: 1 lx! in L X- X' I Q it Xi 1 ,gr Y "Nl . wx j fx :gl A.. "."s. ,, ' f f-A-.3 I I 1: ' 4 ' i 5 X g 1 1 . v"'v-4 1 I Sllllb 1" 1 v 1 1 n w M '1l ll fi ' K 9- x . , Q' n' 4 Q .nn 1 a i if N I-'K QQ 1 X an -Q 3 4 Topeka Board Initiates MBO Health, Education and Wel- fare compliance, board of edu- cation election procedure and Management by Objectives were projects the seven elected, unpaid members of the board of education dealt with. MBO, a new staff organiza- tion plan, was established to place much of the decision making in the school buildings. The board invited the com- munity to introduce issues at its weekly public meetings. Rou- tine tasks included approving school books, curriculum, budg- ets and building projects. Listening to views of the board of education patrons on such issues as elections and busing is Harry Craig, board president. TOP RIGHT: With pen and paper ready, Wayne Stratton listens carefully, MID- DLE: Pausing a moment from serious thoughts is Robert Schendel. BOTTOM RIGHT: Scanning board meeting notes are T.C, Anderson and Fred Rausch. LEFT: The new director of area B is Dr. Gil Wehmeier. BELOW: Taking a moment out from his daily routine is Dr. Mark Morris. BOTTOM LEFT: While thinking pleasant thoughts, Dr. Cordon Summers smiles. l 1-. G 1.5 QQ, 4 llll. After listening to the views of the board members on HEW or busmg Su perlntendent Merle Bolton states his own opinions onthe subject 4 Q --.,,,51.,,m?Qai , W ' 91'?s5Li2Ff-1-"f"'s-I-A-Skier :Wav V , , , , f , is , .T gl 4444 TP' 'RH x V1 K. N S :N N f. SE J Q . XY' V' fix ! "i I S 1 1 Kev I I, . 3 N K IMA ,Qjr Zim, . --4 N r , v H., I 'Xp ii if S ,. ' 5 J 2 lj, L W 'C -h ttf, ,Q A I K 1 N . X. X 5 x X A -. ,An A loyal Topeka Wes! Charger fun,- Asst Prin, Don French admires his newly purchased Booster Club emblems. Discipline, attendance. counseling and 6-nrollment fill thi flaw for h Snhool Ms! Prln Richard Schiller and Counselor Roger Cinuvun. They also teach om Llass each dal XX Examining a copy of the Campus View is Mrs. Roberta Chntlos, C School counselor. Looking up from hr-r film, Miss Mar- gan-t Fuulvr. B School counselor, r-milvs, 1 i?r.q-'.l1 J V Li3m!Tl Filling out u form as part uf the numerous paperwork custom- ary to his job as an Asst. Prin. is Roger Dirks. 11:11 Attending a luncheon which provides a chance to discuss school situations with parents and personnel is Asst. Prin. Terry Sandlin. 11 Students Rely On Counseling Counseling may well be one of the most hectic jobs on cam- pus. Each year the four counse- lors deal with the normal tasks of enrollment, interviews and individual counseling. Along with these responsibilities there are many behind-the-scenes jobs: College night, work-stud- ies, Interim and testing. Counselors all agree that they enjoy their jobs and espe- cially enjoy the opportunity to get to know the students on a one-to-one basis. Planning parent conferences, supervising and evaluating lit- tle school faculty, and discip- line within the little schools were just a few of the responsi- bilities of the four assistant principals. In addition, they each had individual duties that included planning Interim, sponsoring evening activities, establishing schedules, and working with student govern- ment. To make his day com- plete, each of these men also taught one class. Part of the job for Mrs. jerry Blocher, B School secretary, is to answer the telephone. Receiving messages, taking care ofthe lost and found articles, writing call and admit slips and typing are only a small part of the job she does. i . . 3 it --'is-i"fT .. Caught in the action of checking and stamping federal forms is Mrs. Lola Page, E School secretary. Secretaries Do arious Tasks Topeka West secretaries worked with counselors, sly proctors and Chargers who helped keep their day busy and amusing. Even though much of the work was the same each day, it wasn't always so easy to handle. Secretaries took care of rec- ording attendance, handling admit slips, correspondence for the counselors and assistant principals. They also prepared downslips and attendance cards to be mailed and supervised devious proctors. in W 12 I l I V Putting rental books in their proper order is Mrs. Donna Hayek, D School. xv 'l , 2, ,. Stamping, recording and filing the attendance cards is proctorjanet Leihy. Dther jobs consist of answering the phone and running errands and call slips. fy' v 4' Z D' . bn- ,dugg L1 I y' 'v 'qi ' ' Y- .JUZ .P in ,BN 9 n Uwwi 4,,w I QQ? fa. VH, f..1 .61 , 'l 1, 1 . 1 0 N it-' v'Q. , "'.A"a5" si Q'i if Q gil -4--+.f......,t Faculty Shows Charger Spirit The Topeka West chain of faculty gained 18 new links this year. Together the 68 teachers tried to give every student the benefit of an education whether he chose it or not. Faculty members as groups participated in such things as a get acquainted covered dish dinner, a KSU-KU football game, Christmas and retired employees' dinners and the Principal'-s Advisory Council. Many teachers also devoted their time to special projects during Interim III. e Vi as ' 'Q 1 6 REETA AKINS BILL ALLEN MARCE BAKALAR IANET BECKER Social Studies Phys Ed Language Arts Home Economics r N , K is .Q if 1" CHARLES CONKLIN Business . 'ii IAC RIILLURTIS 2 ll - 'S . , FORREST DAVIDSON Music s ' :AFS ,rig 1 UN ' A4 g 'g y :J i l ll W I. - I , P. 'I 4 . xx, .IL J I - BILL DINCES CHAR DIRKS ROGER DIRKS Social Studies Music Asst. Prin., Math i ? Ci' DR ROBERT CINDY BUYLES FRANCES BRAIN YELOHX ' DERBY BREWER ROBERT,-X CHOTLOS BENOR'l'llAM Php 5 ELI Furvilun Languagv BREI'I'WElSER Math Cnunsvlur, Home Srivncv Math Economics . '.. My . ,, ll- . MQW.-4, h ' -4- . xx S- ,4 .Tw 7' f:. . ta'-fkf 4 at-.L U ' - X .aim-, 1 XIARX DOYETON JOYCE ELLISON jlN-1 ELM BORG IIORMIE El' BANK WAYN E EERNKOPF HOYCE FLEM INC Liilllllliigl' Arts Pura-Profz-ssirmal Aidt' Scivlwv l.angua1gr Arts Language- Arts Art, Humanities N MARGARET FOWLER DON FRENCH MA RYIN GILKESON ROGER CINAYAN ROBERT Counwlor - Social Asst, Prin - Social SL-ic-nov Counselor - Math GLAD!-'ELTER Studios Stuclivs Math X New V M., I N. ,J 'wwf 'X I: 5 X ij. 'Rx V4 ff X i VIYII-INN!-I HOPKINS BEYI-IRLY IREY IAY IVES MARITA ,IAQUITH BARRY jEPSON Lunguagv Arts l,ur1glmg1- Arts Language Ang Business Art Social Studies 'lh L- I , C I f" . ww 3' A Q' 4 IOHN CREIBAT ROSANNE HARRIETT HAM CINDYHEATH DANAHENSLEY Drivs-r Education HABERMAN Reading Social Studies Language Arts Home Economics 1 K A , I L3 .1 .K wg RUTH JANET LOEBEL MARCIA LUNDIN i PEC MARHET DEAN MARTIN LICHTENSTERN Learning Disaxbilitivs Library Phys. Ed. Social Studies Math 17 DIANE MILLER NORMAN MISNER BETH MI' ERS CHARLES MYERS BARBARA PARKS Para-Professional Aide Foreign Language- Para-Pmfcssinnul Aidv Social Studies Art fi - ,,4.,1'I,.,, bu .I -f-N 5' I 'Arm Nr' . in ' 1 - MIKE PRINTZ RUBY REED LINDA ROGERS TERRY SAN DLIN RICHARD SCHILLER Library Language Arts Math Asst. Prin. Scivm-o Asst, Prin., Science 18 ROIEEKI' PARKS l.ll.A PASIAN I'A'l'RliIlA Pl-INNER ED POURT l'A'l"l'Y PRI-28551.-KN Niall: Cnumc-lur l.1lIHlllilIlt'Al'lN Svin-ucv Humv El'0llUllliK'N l , pol- . QI 2. - :Z I. . .- 'Q 3. --- , .': -5 : :g ' I . .2 In HARVEYSCHNEITER JOHSCFIHAC X1AHYSlIHROFlf X1AXSCL'l.LliY jlN1 Sl':l.l.ARDS Electricity Lilllillliltil' ANS Hmm' E1-mmrnivs Sk'i0lll'1' Music- RON SHA FF!-IR DUAN If Bl':'l"l'Y SM'l'l'II HUBi'fR'l' Sill' DHHS M IK if SKY.-XR'l'l JICSSH 'I'El'TI. Busim-ss SHI' Fl'fI,BliRCl-IR Social Stuaiivs Industrial Arts lwiqimgt- Arts Ilusim-ss Lilllglliljlt' 'X rin .!A,' N X 2 :uric LM nfxiitzi-in Scitrllvt' 'I-HW vunhli i F K ' 5 . ' it 'N 7 as - QQ- . A x 1 I 'A Lfbf' , Yi x . Y W Clflfll.VK"lfIIlll'iH'Ii Y s 4 I, K X H 5 lmlustrm :Kris i JACK XYll.l'i1 lf.-KRl'.W'll,l,l:KMS Bll.I,YVll.SON C.'KRUl.W'll,SON U'.-KYNEVVINCO jl'IIlRYWI1lGll'l' Driwr litim-utimi Sm-ial Studies Industrial Arts Languugv Arts Social Stutiivs Phys lid 20 1 . ,f 0 O , C W :wx . f . P 'ft bf' ,,'i?i'f'?, Q . i . S iw Topeka West Custodial Staff. FRONT ROW: Willie Hunt, Sig Crawford, Art Petersilie, Ben Shepardson. BACK ROW: james Holford Larrx Dans jerry Whitlock, Frank West, head custodiang David Mendoz. NOT PICTURED: Norman Lutterman. These men keep the buildings in good condition fri? ug-A Charger Campus Kept 'Clean, Some of the friendly faces returning to the Topeka West campus were the familiar Charger custodians and securi- ty guard. Patroling the campus to keep "law and orderu but finding few problems in his job of pre- venting trouble was security guard Al Twidwell. Keeping the campus in good condition, which included the daily routine of cleaning each building and seasonal jobs such as clearing sidewalks of snow and mowing grass were some of the duties of the custodians. LEFT: Pleasantly smiling in the early morning is officer Al Twidu ell as he gives some unfortunate student a ticket for illegal parking i. The Topeka West Cafeteria Staff. FRONT ROW: Lea Stewart, Cheryl Gonzales, Emily Klug, Gerry Rutherford. Shirley Miller, Lorraine Bosch, Vivian Nui ell BACK ROW Ethel Lester, I'eresea Gaupil, Marilyn Fargy. Evelyn Hrenchir. Edna Snoolt, Patty Parker. Victoria Frank, Tom Bozemac. Gene Kil- ling: r Du Fu-gt ner Elaine Smith. M rs. Vivian Newell was the new cafeteria director and some new improvements in the cafeteria were made. Service Staff Aids Chargers An improvement in the To- peka West cafeteria was serving food to the students "hot off the griddlef' said Mrs. Vivian Newell, new cafeteria director. "We're trying each day to make the products better," she said. The cafeteria and nursing staffs have always been pre- pared to help students. During her first year at West, Mrs. Charlotte Campbell, nurse, assisted Chargers by "taking care of emergencies and first aid for injured stu- dents at schoolf, THE FAM!!! THAT SMOKES TOGETHER ABOVE: Getting her hearing tested by distinguishing the tone sounds is Vicki Cross. Testing her is the nurse. Mrs. Charlotte Campbell. ar V Sophs Initiated To Chargerland Selling candygrams and T-shirts, and sponsoring a Christmas charity program were some of the things the sophomores undertook. "I have great expectations for the soph- omore class in all fields," said Brian Dixon, class president. Although the sophomores start- ed off with little enthusiasm, said Secretary-Treasurer Sarah Adams, gsoon they began to show tremendous spirit at school functions. The 491 soph- omores accounted for about 33 per cent of the total school population. ., X x T If P ,, Sophomore Class Officers. jim Tuchscherer, vice-presidentg Sarah Adams, secretary-treasurer and Brian Dixon president The class held such actlvl ties as selling candygrams and T-Shirts and they sponsored a Christmas charity program and a collection for the Sullivan family r 2 Sieve Absher Sarah Adams David Agnew julie Abrens Sally Alberg Greg Ali-jus Cathy Allen Greg Allen Yieki Allen Mike Almond Kathy Alonzo Katrina Alred Dale Anderson Diane Anderson janet Anderson Kent Anderson Tim Anderson Sue Arnold Debbie Atberly janet Bair Debbie Baker Lucy Bales Tim Bareellina Kevin Bardsley Lisa Barnes Tim Barnes julie Barr Kary n Barrett Cory Barron Tim Bauer Frank Baxter Vivian Bayless Brian Becker. Bryan Behrens Diane Bender Debbie Benge Michelle Benson Chip Bergen jaye Bergmann Angela Berroth Karen Bervert Karla Bervert Andy Bielsker Kim Bishop Teresa Blanton Nancy Bliss Cindy Boal Bob Bnakrighi Tanain Boisvert Robert Bond Tim Bond jerri Bontrager ywzf' if I l or I . 'aw Q ,Ko 5' , 4- . . : -. I 'ff ' : 'te-4 if : .yang-t Q .o'a Ag' M ' .a'?:o'Qf un ' .. cv- .,'-"4 .,4 -' 50- .5 xi r nga... N, a -,.-. vQ,r X . 'q NY li, ' , vfhllnx l ' 'R 3' "1-9' . LJJTJR . Mf.'?l."', ml Barbara Boston Doug Boyd Mike- Boyd Tim Brady Cindy Branch Debbie Bratcher Lisa Brier Cindy Brooks David Brooks Lisa Broughton Becky Brown Pam Brown Pam Brown Robert Brown Betsy Brownell Brad Brunkow Cindy Bundy Steve Burnett janet Burns Natalie Butler Glenda Caier Kathy Campbell Dan Carr Mike Carter Marc Carver David Candle jay Chamberlain 1eriChampine Liz Charveze Doug Cherry Doug Christy Linda Clark Merrilee Clark Lori Clausen Steve Cleereman K risti Clinkenbva rd Pam Cochrane Mark Coker Ken Colusuonno Kathy Cole Darryl Coleman Cynthia Comstock Cindy Cona rd Keri Conlin Tracey Cook Erin Cooney Dave Counter Becky Courtner jerry Cox Kevin Craney Pat Crowl Cori Crum Curtis Current Annette Curtis james Davis Tim Davis joni Dearing Charlene Decker Dan Degenhardt Sandy Dennis julie DeSelm Brett Dexter jeff Diehl Brian Dixon Michaelle Donnelly jim Douglas, jr. Sally Dultmeier Charles Dunkle Terry Dunmire Dee Ann Dusharm jay Eddy Lyn Ediger Harold Edwards Cynthia Eissler Denise Elliott Cindy Ellis Pam Ellis Scott Emerson Bruce Emmert jon Estabrook jeff Evans janelle Exon Rickie Falley Leigh Fansler Tom Farrell Aida Fernandez Kelsey Fernkopf LouAnn Fernkopf Barry Fetzer Dan Fitzgerald Laura Flake Kim Fleer Chuck Forman Bret Foster Dean Foster Debby Fox Diane Fox Lori Frank Susan Frydrych Beth Funston 'fwfr QI Tom Galyean Alex Ganzarain Mike Gatrost Willie Geissler Beth Gerard Cindy Gibbs Don Gilbert john Gilman Mark Gingrich Mark Goddard Loris Goltz Vicki Gordon Greg Gosser Rusty Greene Cindy Griffith Robert Griffith Vicky Gross Paul Groundwater Diane Gudenkauf David Hackett Dan Haefele Becky Haege jim Hager Benny Haid Ian Hardacre Diane Hardan Hnlly Hardy l,uAnn Harris Dwayn Harrison Debbie Hawkins Karen Hawkins Donnie Henderson john Henderson Scott Hern Randy Hewitt Rick Higgs Dave Hippen Karen Hoag julie Hoffman Mary Hoffman Brenda Holden Cynthia Holland Steve Holmes Cindy Holt Mark Honeyman David Honigs Glen Hopkins john Horney Melissa Hostetter Anita Houston Rose Howard Larry Hrenchir Cathy Huffman DeeDee Hunt Keith lee Krystine Ieenoglc Felipe lnfante Liz lrvrin jennifer jackson Steve jacobs joe james Terry james Kim jansen Mary janzen Karen jaquith Dana jensen jim johns Bryan johnson Susie johnson Todd johnson jenny jones Lisa Kaiser Bill Kelly Emily Keltner Kevin Kenworthy Sam Kershaw john Ketner Cindy Kinder Melissa Kingman Steven Kinnett jamie Klein Steve Klise Sharon King Rick Kluge jane Klumpp David Knoll Teresa Koontz Cindy Krueger Lisa Kroth Kathy Kuckelman Robyn Kuhlman David Kull jane Kyle Linda Laird Brent Lamb Mark Lamparter f 1' 8 Q QQ' I. 5-f .QA 31 ff- Nadine Lancastel Mark Landis Susan Larison David Latimer Lisa Laurvnti Linda Lawson jerry Lev julia Lvff Alan Leger Laurevn L1-mon David Levy Teri Lightner Slwldon Litwin Davv Logan Karon Losey Nancy Lund Terry Luxe Shannon Lynn Cindy M uclilvaine Margaret Mah Rhonda Mangrum Linda M ankin Michelle Mann Betsy M atnlons' Melissa Mauck Lori Maxon Diana M c-Cuffrey Tom McClure Mikv McDonald Becky McDowell Colleen M CKDQ' jay McKee Nancy ML-Kinney Ann MON:-er Lori Menrcs Donna Mvllring Tara Mvrlull john Miller Stvvc' Mills Cindy M ngge Tammy Moore jon Morgan janet Morton Curt Muller Debbie Mulvihill Kristi M yer Bruce M yers Linda N ulwuzas Ray Nadeau Brad Neeley Susan Nelson Cathy Neptune Steve Nicklin Tom Noaclc Robert North M iclty O' Dell Sean O'Hara Beth Ohse jeff Owen Susan Owen Kathy Page Robin Parker Nancy Patterson jeff Payton Kari Persson Carol Peterson Connie Peterson Diana Petro Kathy Pflaum jon Phelps Kim Phillips Anita Piepmeier Eddie Pierce janet Pohl Chris Powell Debbie Priest Cathy Pringle Sally Pringle jill Quinlan Mike Ramirez Wood Ramsey jamie Ransom Kevin Reagan Teri Reece Karla Reed Kurt Reid Tom Remboldt Larry Rhoades Tina Rice Denise Riley janet Riley Steve Ripper Kim Ritchie Sue Robb Kelly Roberts Kevin Roberts Mark Roberts Debbie Robinson john Rogers Becky Row Debbie Rowe Rise Roy Allen Rumolrl Ronda Sadler Karen Sanner Ron St. Clair john Schlins Kathy Schmidt Carrie Schneider jerry Scruggs Ed Segura john Selzer Craig Shatswell Bill Shaw jim Shermoen jim Shimp Bill Shurtz Trent Sims Bob Slahaugh Sharon Slover David Smith Eric Smith Kelly Smith Kevin Smith Mike Smith Brian Snodderly Greg Snyder jeri Snyder Pam Soto Tony Sotrines Karen Southall Paula Spencer Dana Spring Carol Stark Donald Stenger Robin Stewart Sherri Stewart Maureen Stocker Toni Streff jon Stutz Bob Sudduth Nancy Sullivan Patty Sullivan Steve Sundgren Beth Swanson Pam Swarts Renee Swick john Swift Rocky Taylor Cheri Terpcning Stcphanic Terrill Sharon Thomas Lisa Thomson Lisa Thorp Kevin Tie-tze Tony Tipton Peter Travis Ann Trulove Tim Tuchscherer john Uhlig Terry Unrein Susan Varner Greg Votli Mike NVaddell Debbie Waddle Chris Xvagers Rick NVallace Sheryl Wallace Rachel Ward Steve WVareheim Cary Warmington Bryce Warner Ginger Warren Brad Wayman Debbie Wayman john XVeaver Mary Weiser Ron Welch Rick Wendt Tonya Wentu Steve Werder Steve Werth janice Wessel Jolene Weyand Derek Wheeler Lori Wheeler juan Whelan jayne Whitehead Sarah Whitlow Terry Whitney Chuck Wichert Robin Williams Todd Williams Ron Wilms Kirk Winkler Amy Winters Shawn VVitmer Titus Wolf Richie Woltkarnp Tvrri Wright Barbara Zambrano Mary Zerbc 3: .r 1 .V .5 25 xpl . X -' ax, Q l,rjAt f .5 .vt me v 'V+-a, 'at W , ' ...sky '49 , Aa, 4-act ' 695- ophomores Not Pictured Lloyd Atkinson Craig Grimes Sarah Pringle Shentell Auffait Emmett Halladay jane Roberts Sharon Backerman Russell Harvey Noralee Schmitt Kit Bidiugvr Ann Hoover Fernando Segura Karen Billinger George' justus Penny Shaw Dm-bra Blaska Marita Kendall George Smith james Calhoun Elaine King Paula Smith james Chapman M ark Lawson Mark Sultzer Alun Eastman Bill Lechner Audrey Terry james Ely Dan Lechncr Mark NVQ-iter Bob Foltz julie Long Denise Wells Roy Cates Doug McKee Tom VVOmpe Willis Cuodger Curtis Muller RUIYYII Williams Ratmond Gower Il David fviurphrec joe Witherspoon 35 ii' 2-I -vu , 5: It gr Y .. an V 1 4. f "" -2' in -Q . 4 A I I I n ! .. , if I 5 1 1- I ja, Iunior Class officers. LEFT to RIGHT: Vicki Shurtz, secretary-treasurerg Dawn Daniel, presidentg and Lynda Zook, viceepresident. The class sponsored such activities as the pancake feed, "Spirit of 76" T-shirts and the Ir,-Sr. Prom, and they appeared in the Homecoming parade. ..-q -s.-. -1q 36 9.- 1 , f H...-4 u 'Q ,fx . 2 .Q Q2 4. 3 junior Motto C 0 0 9 3 Splrlt of 76 "Spirit of ,76," junior class motto, looked forward to the Bicentennial year of 1976 to describe the many activities of the class. Activities for raising money for the junior-Senior Prom include bake sales, selling "Spirit of '76,' T-shirts and a pancake feed. Dawn Daniel, class president, said, "We arenlt going to just sit around. We want to be involved in things." jay Abney Edwin Ady Anton Ahrens Cam Ahrens April Akers David Allen Ann Alquist Bruce Alvis Dennis Anderson Lori Anderson Paul Anderson Alan Apel james Armfielcl Clee Arnold Larry Arnold Linda Arnone jill Arthur Kent Atkinson Kathryn Aurner Amy Barber Steve Barclay Susan Barron David Bartlett Bill Bartley Barbara Beals Don Bean Terry Bean Mike Becker Beth Beisecker Cheryl Berggren jennifer Berlin Tammy Bervert Kay Billingsley Cheri Blair Bruce Bleeck Mark Blosser Matt Boatwright Brad Boerger David Boger Mike Boger Marty Bohl Keith Borsdorf Dayna Bottomley Debbie Bowen Mindy Boyce Cindy Brady Monique Brentlinger john Bridenbaugh Denise Brinkmeyer Robyn Brooks Bob Brown Debbie Brown julie Bruton Andy Buntvn Marvin Bunting jim Burkett Kathy Burton Kevin Callahan Benji Campbell janv Campbell Dian Carr Terry Case-hier jeff Chanay Chad Cherry Cary Chitwood Scott Clark Sondra Clark Andi Clark:- Marv Clvmmer Rhonda Cluehey jay Coatvs Martha Coates R020 Cochrane Miki- Coffvll Ch1'rylConin0 Suv Conklin Kevin Cook joe Cooper Dave Cope Nancy Corman julie Cress Cynthia Crimble jana Crow Mark Crow Marci Crum Connie Cummings Dan Cummins jim Curtis Dawn Daniel Denise Daniel jeff Danivl Mark Danner Mark Dcckcnbach Tom Delaney Malt DeMarco Bobbie Dennis Bonnie Dennis Don DOShazer joe Dillon Debbie Dixon Cindy Dodson Denise Dodson julie Dodson Melody Doole Mary Dorrell Margi Dubois jim Duffee Deby Dunn David Dunphy David Duty Carla Eastman Berry Eaton I.D. Ecrement Ann Edmonds Bev Egland Susie Elmborg john Ensley Scott Eudaley Scott Evanson Mike Evenson Rodney Falley Sonia Falley Mike Fein Dave Fitzgerald Steve Fleeker Cindy Fleming Rick Flickinger jan Fluke Casey Ford Cathy Francis Roxanne Frankenberger Bruce Frazier Susan French Sonya Fruits Richard Fry Dennis Fuller Gwen Gale Mirentxu Ganzarain Mary Garhan Rick Gaston Troy Gaston Liz Gilbert Pam Gillespie joe Gilless Rick Goldfuss Marcy Goodman Chris Cosser Dean Graves Brad Greenwood Steve Gregg Don Groundwater Scott Hamilton 4 0 f 1 5 1 1' it sf 'J . ' ii? af D i ' 1 Kris Hanley jordan Hanna Ron Harding Peggy Harrington Heidi Harris Todd Havard Ed Heinisch Brent Heirnnimus Cindy Henricks Terri Hermann Kevin Hetherington Dawn Highsmith john Hochscheid Cindy Hodges Nancy Holloway Alan Honeyman Becky Hoots Beverly Hougland jeff Howe jeannine Hrenchir Ana Huaman Cheryl Huhs Sheryl Hungerford Wayne Hunter Linn Hurt Dean jocobs Steve jansen Bruce johnson jimmette johnson Staci johnson Suzanne johnson Allyson jones Krissy jones Nicki jones Charles julien Rusty Kaberline Denise Kauffman jan Keberlein Kevin Keckler Linda Keller Karl Kelley judy Kirkpatrick john Klein Tom Klein Annette Kline Mike Klug jirn Knowland Karen Kohn Kim Kopp Kerry Kovarik Melanie Krass Rhonda Kuhlman Karen Langsford Delia Langston john Larscheid Mike Lasch Patty Lavis Ed Lawson janet Leihy Lori Lewis joy Lilly Sandra Lnllar Susan Long Teresa Love Janette Leuhring Diane Lundblade Toby Luse Lisa Manuel Donna Marche Brad Martin Melanie Martin Carol Mathews Shirley Matyak Arlin Mayer Donna McCauley Iaye McClure Pat McCoy Bill McCullough Randy Mc-Donald Barry McFarland Cindy ML-Feeters Bob McKee Linda McKinsey Marla M 1-Rae Donna Mead Donna Mears Craig Mehrhof Tammy Meier Mark Mertel john Meyer Marion Miles Anita Miller fu- oN S 2 -,I , - A Sf 2? in ' 4 , f ,- ' if 1 1 'Ns i i A Creg Miller Kim Miller Randy Mills Ricky Mills Marla Mitchell Kerri Mommer Susan Mooneyham Belle M Dore Bill Moore Linda Morris Mike Morris Karen Morrison Todd Mosiman Steve Mueller Neelu Mukherjee Pegeen Murphy Dan Muzzy Debbie M y res Ron Nace Ruth Neal Marci Neuer Rochelle Newberry Chris Newell Cindy Newstrom Benny Nicholas Chris Nicklin Connie Novak Charles Oblander Melinda O' Dell Terry Ogle Debbie O'Toole Debbie Owen Kathy Owen Carla Pasley Leslie Peach Denise Peet Duane Peterson Stacy Peterson Nathan Phelps Tom Pickford VVilliam Pooler Penny Powell Terri Powell Connie Pratt Kristi Pratt Tim Pringle Debbie Pryer janet Puderbaugh Vicki Putnam Pat Rafferty Martin Ranker jane Rardin Kevin Ratekin Sharon Rath Karen Rathert Patti Reed Debbie Rees joe Reid Mary Remboldt David Remmel Michael Rich Cheri Rickard Don Roberts Tracy Robinson Dennis Rogers Stephanie Rudnick Amy Rumold Beth Sailors Linda Sanders jill Satzler Tom Saville Richard Sawazhki Mark Schafer Fred Schmidt john Schnacke Mike Schneider joy Schul Bruce Schulte CwenAScott joe Seley RC. Shafer jimmy Sheehan Lorri Sheets Pam Shields Eric Showalter Bob Shrake Vicki Shurtz Becky Sisk Dave Skinner Diana Smith john Smith Kendall Smith Mark Smith Randy Smith Debbie Snyder jan Snyder Kim Snyder Mark Sohl Jil I il- 1 V Q L i M ,, 1 'Q .f I N fl' 'Q ..- , A Ea I if is i Martha Sohl Vivian Speckman Paul Spencer Lisa Spielman jeff Spradling Ann Stauffer Mary Stauffer Becky Stewart Mike Stewart David Stone Mary Strathman jurgen Straub Barb Strauss j.j, Streff Brian Strom Martha Stull Stacy Sumpter Brent Swanson Nancy Swartz jon Tappan Amy Tarnower Sandy Tawney Craig Templeton Cary Tenholder Tirn Thomas Carol Thompson Regena Thompson jeri Thornburgh Greg Thorne Karen Tihbs jeff Tilton Brian Timberlake Mike Tomme Seth Toomay Shane Toomay Floyd Trahoon Cherryl Trickel Kathryn Triplett Tom Tuchscherer Mark Uhlrig Mike Utech 'Paul Van Compernolle Charles Vannostran Tammy Wachs Rodney Wachsnicht Mary Ellen Wade Donna Wagaman Wendy Walker Wayne Warner Lynette Watkins Philip Watkins Tim Waugh Pam Weathers Stacy Weeks jaylene YVehmeier Brenda Weichold john Weinkauf Rick Weiser Shelly Wells Donna Werder Bev Vliestbrook Debbie Vtlltite Richard Whitlow Cheryl Whitman Vonda Wichert Brett VViley' Lisa Willard Morse Williams Tom Willis Bryon Wilson Mike Wilson Lori VViltfang Susan Winters Chris Winterscheid Martha Wipperman Carrie Wirth Carol Wolf Mike Wolfe Shala Woolery Mary Yadon Doyal Young Mark Young Steve Young Kathy Zima Lynda Zook Faith Zotto Melany Zweifcl JUNIORS NOT SHOWN Chris Anton Dennis Benedict Rick Benoit Nicky Bernhardt Michelle Bloom Lori Brown Charles Bruschi Kellyn Carter Gerald Chacon Steve Chamberlain john Champion Doug Clark Phil Clark Keith Coleman Brenda Cook Robert Cook jeff Daniel Anne Davis Debbie Dicus Dianne Dodson Chris Duffee Paula Engler Pam Ferry Mike Fitzgibbons john Fries Tamara Furman Matthew Garrett Ricki Geiken Cary Gencauski Gerald Graham Betsy Hale Ronnie Hanke Mike Hathaway Herrie Heath Glen Heidebrecht Mark Henderson Galen Holeman jerry johnson Randy Kinder jeff Leweke Rick Loesing Amy Love Kim Luallin Peggy Marett Mike Martinez Debra Mathews Sheryl McAndrew Polly McCallian Mike M cFarland Craig Merrifield Martha Metzler Kathy Miller Galen Moore Lisa Morgan joan Newman Tracie Parsons Stanley Payeur Barbara Payne Mike Perez Cindy Peterson Charles Ray Mark Rice Mark Ross jayne Sackett NancySchwar1 Robert Shaffer Greg Sheets Roy Shumaker Vernon Siegel jerry Sims Robert Sultzer jr. Charles Votaw Patricia Walston Bret White Patricia Williams Steve Willms Penny Wilson jim Wolff Victor Wright 46 + . Superior Senior Class Spirited Beginning with three car washes and a picnic in the summer, the senior class was well on its way to a successful year. Returning for their last year at West, seniors sponsored "Spirit Week," which prog- ressed from leopard skin-clad cavemen to students from the future. The seniors were also in- volved in a watermelon feed, the annual talent show and se- nior assembly. They also organ- ized the line of prize-winning floats in the Homecoming pa- rade. The cooperation and spirit of the Class of '75 came alive dur- ing the intens competition of the "Mutach Madness Mara- thonn and showed up again in the activities of "Something Big." -YQ.-3' wef 4? Wk W w h fy tw'-oP'Wfv 29 ' in he class of 1975 are the Senior Class officers: Mary Waddell, Secretary - treasurer: Lesle Guild, presidvntg and Mary Teresa Doyle, vice-presi- 49 l I , W 51 MARK ADAMS: Senior Leader :Eg VVrestling letter L21 Lab Assistant 2, SUZY ADAMS: Spanish Club l. S'l'l'fPHANll'l ALBlfPtC: Cood Timers Club L21 Track lg Passport S33 Homeeomiml crew l: Snow Ball crew l,2: Proctor l.2: VVhite Rose Proces- sion 2. CINDY ALl.l'fN: French Club l,2,3, Senior Leader 3: Cirls' Pep l.:3. treasurer 21 B Team Cheerleader lg llomecoming crew 2: jr.-Sr Prom 25 Queen of Courts crest 21 Snow Ball crew I: Assemblies l,2. JON ALLEN. DARRELL ALONZO: Tennis lg Stage Band 2, Sg Charger Band l.2.3g Orchestra 23: Yarsiti Band l.2.31 Library Assistant l,:3g "West Sltle Story Orchestra 3. llflilll' ALYIS: YICA. Pres. 2 DOUG AN DIQRSON' Football letter l.2.31 Golf letter 1,231 Intramurals 1,2,3g Senior Leader 3, IAN AN DRES: FTA, Secretary 31 Cirls' Pep l, 23 Choralaires lg Charger Choir 2,3g White Rose Procession 2. SllAl'll APEL: .AFS Ll.. Vice-Pres. 3: FMCG 1.21 Cerman Club 1,25 Good Timers Club 31 Track lg Student Congress 2: Passport 2.35 Assemblies 35 White Rose Procession 2. ANN ARDIS: AFS l,2. Pres. Sr French Club l,2. 33 Spanish Club lg Gymnastics l, letter 23 Vtihite Rose Procession 23 "One Flew Over the Cuc- koo's Nest" crew 25 "Man of La Mancha" crew 0 LISA AHNONE: Drill Tearn 23, Spanish Club 1, 2,35 Volley ball l. letter 2,33 Girls' Pep 31 Class Pres. l: Class Rep 3: Principals Advisory Coun- cil 3: Homecoming crew 3g jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Snow Ball creu 2,31 Queen of Courts crew 2,35 As- semblies 2.3g Xlodel UN lg White Rose Proces- sion 2.. RANDY A'l'llliPtLY: Model UN 3. IEP!" BAKALAR: German Club 1.2: Basketball l.2: Football 1, letter 2.31 Intramurals 2.3: Ten- nis, letter 1,2331 Boys' Pep 33 Campus View Sports Editor 2g Snow Ball Attendant 3: jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Snow Ball crew 3g Queen of Courts Crew 31 Library Assistant 2,3. JUDY BALUSEK. DEBBIE BANTON: junior-Senior Choir: Girls' Chorusg Cleburne High - FHA l.2,3g' Yellow jacket Choir 2g Library Club l,2. DAVID BAPtCl'1l.LlNA: Spanish Club 3: Boys' Chorus l. Sophomore Choir 1: Lab Assistant 3: Library Assistant 2.3. TOM HAPtCELLlNA. -IEANIE BABE: lntramurals lg Choralaires 1,21 Charger Choir 33 Proctor 21 White Rose Proces- sion 2: Soph. Madrigals 1. LISA BARNES: AFS 2g Principals Advisory Council 3: Kansas Honors Symposium 3. Mark Adams Suzy Adams Stephanie Alberg Cindy Allen -A X g f F156 jon Allen Darrell Allonzo jerry Alvis Doug Anderson jan Andres Shari Apel Ann Ardis Lisa Arnone l Randall Atherly jeff Bakalar Judy Balusek Debbie Hanlon David Barcellina Tom Barcellina Jeanie Bare Lisa Barnes 52 Suzy Barnett Gregg Barron Velma Bayless Lonnie Bean Berta Bell Kevin Benoit Eddie Berger Eric Bernauer lannett Bero Lisa Beymer Valorie Bielsker Delfbie Blackburn Gail Blackburn Garland Blackwell Cindy Blaylock Chris Bleier Bill Boatright Suzanne Boldra Cary Bond Brock Booher 53 SUSAN BARNETT: Drill Team 23 Girls' Pep l, 2,31 j.V. Cheerleader 3: Wrestlerettes 2: Soph. Class rep lg Homecoming crew l,2,3g jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Snow Ball crew l,2,3g Queen of Courts crew l,3g Assemblies l,2,Sg Model UN 1: Proc- tor 1,2,3g White Rose Procession 2. GREG BARRON: Cross Country 1. letter 2.3: Gymnastics lg Intramurals 2,3g Track 1, letter 2, 35 Boys' Pep l,2,3g Snow Ball crew 3. VELMA BAYLESS. LONNIE BEAN: Intramurals 1,22 Wrestling letter l,2,3g Boys' Pep 1,2,3g jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Snow Ball crew 3. BERTA BELL. KEVIN BENOIT: Thespians 1,2g Golf 23 Cym- nastics ig Intramurals lg Boys' Pep 1,2,3g Cam- pus View ad sales: Library Assistant lg i'Billy Liar" crew l1'ABlythe Spirit" crew l: 'AOne Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" crew 2g "Funny Girl" crew lg "Man of La Mancha" crew 2. EDDlE BERGER: Campus View reporter. cir- culation manager 3. ERIC BERNAUER: Chess Club lg Latin Club 1. JANNETT BERO: French Club lg Student Congress 1.2, secretary 3g Principals Advisory Council 35 Homecoming crew 3g Jr.-Sr. Prom 21 Assemblies 2g Proctor 23 White Rose Procession. LISA BEYMERz Drill Team 33 Spanish Club 2, Sg Tennis letter 1.2.33 Track 31 Girls' Pep l,2,3g Student Congress 2, rep 35 Class Vice-Pres, 2, rep 3g Homecoming crew 2,3g jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Snow Ball crew 2,31 Queen of Courts crew 2,3g Assemblies 2,31 Model UN lg White Rose Pro- cession 2. VALERIE BIELSKER: FHA 1,2,3: FTA Pres. 3: Girls' Pep 1. DEBBIE BLACKBURN: Girls' Pep 1,21 Stu- dent Congress 2: Chevalier club editor 2g As- semblies 2g Proctor 1,2,3g White Rose Proces- sion 2. GAIL BLACKBURN: FTA Vice-Pres. 31 Host- ess Club 1,2, Vice-Pres. 3g Girls' Pep l,2,3g As- semblies 3g White Rose Procession 2. GARLAND BLACKWELL: Football l,2,3. CINDY BLAYLOCK: Drill Team 2,3g Girls' Pep l,2,3g j.V. Cheerleader 3g White Rose Pro- cession2, CHRIS BLEIER. BILL BOATRIGHT: Debate Squad lg NFL lg Student Congress 1,2g Principals Advisory Council3. SUZANNE BOLDRA: Good Timers Club 35 Girls' Pep 35 "Crucible" crew 3g "West Side Storyh crew 35 junior-Senior Choir Sq Girls' Chorus Sp Topeka High Pen Club lg FBLA 25 Teacher-aide 21 Daisy Chain 2. CARY BOND. BROCK BOOHER: German Club 2g Stage Band 39 Charger Band 35 Varsity Band 1,2 Gregory Bothwell Cindy Bowen Nicole Brentlinger Alan Brock Mike Brock Mike Brooks Cindy Bronaugh Linda Brown Nancy Brown Loree Brownell jill Bt-umm Laurie Bruton Leslie Buck Kathie Buckland Scott Bunker Mitch Burd :sf l 1 A 3' ...N za' '. Bill Burke Brian Burkhead Karen Busche Mitzi Cafet- S4 GREGORY BOTHWELL. CINDY BOWEN: Cerman Club Ig Charger Band 1.3: Twirler l. NICOLE BEENTLINCER. ALAN BROCK. MIKE BROCK: Debate Squad 2g Pass- port 3. CINDY BRONAUCH: French Club 33 Basketball SL Track 33 Student Congress 2,31 Principals Advisory Council 31 Homecoming crew 2.3: Snow Ball crew 33 Assemblies 35 Platte City High School, Mo.: Basketball Ig Track Ig Student Council 1. MIKE BROOKS. LINDA BROW. ' NANCY BROVv J: Choralaires 1,23 Charger Choir 31 Singers Sq Assemblies 33 "West Side Storyn cast 34 "This is Entertainment" 3. LOREE BROWNELL: FMCC 3: Good Timers Club 31 Robert E. Lee High School, Montgomery. Ala.: Latin Club 1, 23 National Honor Society 2g AFIROTC DrillTeam 2. JILL BRUMM: Proctor l,2,3g White Rose Procession 2. LAURIE BRUTON: Catalina 2, Program Chairman 33 French Club I,2g Senior Leader 3: Track Ig Girls' Pep I,2, Publica ity Chairman 3. Principal's Advisory Council 3: Homecoming attendant 35 Homecoming crew 25 jr.-Sr. Prom 2g Snow Ball crew 3: Queen of Courts crew 3. Assemblies 2,3: White Rose Proces- sion 25 A'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" crew2. LESLIE BUCK. KATHIE BUCKLAN D. SCOTT BUNKER. MITCH BURD. BILL BURKE. BRIAN BURKHEAD: Spanish Club 25 Basketball I,2g Cross Country lg Golf 1, letter 3g Intramurals 3g Senior Leader Sq Spirit Squad 3: Boys' Chorus Ig Snow Ball crew3. KAREN BUSCHE: Spanish Club I,2: Basketball 25 Volleyball manager l,2g Girls' Pep 1. MITZI CAFER, MICHAEL CAIN: KAVTS, Auto Me- chanics 2,3. CONNIE CALHOUN: Hostess Club 23, jazz Band 21 Charger Band 2.3: Cirls' Chorus lg Varsity Bantl I: Pep Band 2.31 White Rose Procession 2: "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nestu crew 2: uSlory' Theater" crew 23 "Man of La bl2lllCllttn ereu 23 "American Dream" crew 2: "Sandbox" crew 2, SARAH CAM PI3EI.l,z Catalina l,2. pres- ident 3: French Club l,2g Cirls' Pep 1.2, 3: Snow Ball 3: Snow Ball attendant 3g jr.-Sr. Prom 2, Assemblies 21 Library as- sistant 3: Proctor 3, White Rose Proces- sion2. KEVIN CAI'IPIfN'l'IfR' Charger Hitllfl l. 2,31 Charger Choir 2,531 Singers 35 Boys' Chorus I: "Funny Girl" cast I1 "Klan of La Nlanchan cast 2: "West Side Story" east 3. DON CATHEY: Debate Squad 3: Cer- inan Club 2, Cross Country I, letter 2,31 Track l. letter 253. RON CATIIEY. LARRY CAZII-IR. LAUIII CLARK: Cirls' Pep I: Cirls' Chorus lg Homecoming crew I: White Rose Procession 2. RON CLARK. KEN CLARKE. SUZANNE CON DON: Debate Squad 3: FMCC 1,2533 German Club l,2,3: Host- ess Club 35 Principals Advisory Council 3: Passport 3: jr.-Sr. Prom 3: Queen of Courts crew 3, Proctor 31 Library assist- ant 31 White Prose Procession 2g "Das Krimmenspieln cast, erew CONNIIC CONKLIN: FHA I. Secretary 2, Treasure 3: Girls' Pep L23 Choralaires 2.3: Girls' Chorus I: Sophomore Choir lg White Rose Procession 2. DOUGLAS CONYVELL: I"0otlla1ll I,2, letter 31 Cymnastics letter l,2,3g Intra- murals 1,33 Boys' Chorus I: Library as- sistant 2. MARILYN COOPER. MARTIN COUCH: Charger Band 1.2.31 Orchestra 2.3. CINDY COWGER, IEFF COX. Track letter 31 Southeast of Saline: FCA l,2g "Welcome To the Nlonkey Housel' cast: Boys' Chorus I: jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Homecoming crew 2g Basketball 1,21 Football letter l.2: Track letter l,2. MIRIAM COX: FMCC 2, Spanish Club lg Girls' Pep 2,3: Girls' Chorus I, Carn- pus View Staff Photographer 3, Proctor 23, White Rose Procession 2. DEBBIE CRANFORD. KAREN CRAWSHAW: Gymnastics let- ter I,2,3g Senior Leader 3: Girls' Pep l,2. 31-lunior-Senior Choir 2, Girls' Chorus lg jr.-Sr. Prom 21 Assemblies 2: Proctor 3, White Rose Procession 2. l Michael Cain Connie Calhoun Sarah Campbell Kevin Carpenter Dan Cathay Ron Catliey Larry Cazier Lauri Clark Ron Clark Ken Clarke Suzanne Condon Connie Conklin Doug Conwell Marilyn Cooper Martin Couch Cindy Cowger jefl Cox Miriam Cox Debbie Cranford Karen Crawshaw 55 M A RY CROW . -IEl"1" CUNIMINGS. El,LIO'l"I' f1LllW'IONOIA": Cross Country 1,2, provisional letterg Tennis letter 1.2.35 Boys' Pep 12,33 Passport 33 Student Congress 1,2g Ping- pong Proetor3. CARY CURPIIY: Chess Club 1,2131 Latin Club 1,21 Intramurals lg Track 1: Stage Band 2: Yar- siky Band I: Passport 31 Model UN 1. KATHY DAVENPORT: -iCrueibleU Crew 31 "West Side Story" crew 31 "Dinner Theater" erew3. LlZ DAVIS. NIARCI DAVIS: junior-Senior Choir: Girls' Chorusg Dinner Theater crew 35 Topeka High 1. EMILY DEAN: AFS Ig French Club 1,32 Intra- murals 1,3: Track 1, manager 3g Volleyball 3: Student Congress lg Homecoming crew 1,3g Snow Ball crew 1,3g Queen of Courts crew l,3g Assemhlies 1.3. ED DEGAN: Boys' Pep 1.3: Spirit Squad 31 Student Congress lg Principals Advisory Coun- cil 3: Campus View photographer 3: Chevalier Staff l.2g Snow Ball King 2g jr.-Sr. Prom 1.2. BONNIE DELONC: Senior Leader 3g Cirls' Pep I, Sec. 2g B Team Cheerleader 11 Home- coming crew 2,3g Snow Ball crew 2,3g Queen of Courts crew 23 Assemblies 1,21 Proctor l,2g VVhite Rose Procession 21"Funny Cirln cas! 1. JEFF DEXTER. DONNA DIEHL, STUART DIETZ. 'IAN DITTEMORE: White Rose Procession 2. KEVIN DOBELBOWER: Intramurals 1.2. CONNIE DOCKER: Debate Squad lg Good Timers Club 31 Senior Leader 35 Principal's Advisory Council 31 Proctor 2,31 White Rose Procession 2. MICHAEL DODSON: KAVTS Auto Mechanics 2.3. LYNN DOHERTY. DEANNE DOUGLAS. ROBERT DOUGLAS. Mary Crow jeff Cummings Elliott Cumonow Cary Curphy Kathy Davenport Liz Davis Marci Davis Emily Dean 4' . v' ' it "2 if ff A .Wei A gig . if T' if , arf " 1 N X ' I gg' -J I gh .ha as , Ed Degan Bonnie DeLong jeff Dexter Donna Diehl Stuart Dietz jan Dittemore Kevin Dnbelbower Connie Docker Michael Dodson Lynn Doherty Deanne Douglas Ruben Douglas 56 Elynn Dreiling Dee Dee Driver Dana Dyer -sl 'T XR - .t SL l Doug Eby jill Ecremcnt Sharon Eells Sondra Elcey joyce Elclund Randy English Frank Eschmann jerri Espinoza Debbie Essary Brian Evans Roger Evenson fog: f Q .I if Colleen Farrell Kam Fernkopf Debbie Field Sally Finney 57 MARYTERESA DOYLE: French Club 3: Span- ish Cluh 2: Thespians 3. Intramurals I: Track I, 2: Cirls' Pep I,2,3: Student Congress 2,3g Class Rep. 2: Sr. Class Vice Pres. 3: Campus View Editorial Ed. 2. Co-Editor 3: Homecoming crew 3: jr.-Sr. Prom 2g Snow Ball Dance Chairman 3, crew 2: Queen of Courts Crew 3: Assemblies 2, 3: Proctor I: White Rose Procession 2: "Billy Liar" creu I: 'iBlythe Spirit" Crew I1 "Story Theateru cast 2: i'Amcrican Dream" crew 2: "Sandbox" crew 2g "VVe5t Side Story" crew 3: Hayden: French Club Ig Cirls' Pep I, ELYNN DREILING: Good Timers Club: Chor- alaires I,2: Library assistant I,2g Proctor 2.3, NVhile Rose Procession 2. DEE DEE DRIVER: Thespians l,2,3: Stage Band 3: Sophomore Choir I: Girls' Chorus Ig Proctor I: 'iliilly Liar" crew I: "Blytlic Spirit" creu I: "One Flew Over the Cuclcoos' Nest" crew 2: " Funny Girl" crew Ig "Man of La Man- cha" crest 23 "Dracula" crew 3. "Crucible" crew 3: "West Side Storyu creu 3: "Dinner Theater" crew 3. DANA DYER. PAM EAKES: Girls' Pep I: Girls' Chorus I. DOUG ERY. JILL ECREMENT: Girls' Pep 3: Snow Ball crew 31 White Rose Procession 2: Anaheim Union High School. Anaheim. Cal.: Pep Club I. 2: French Club 2: CAA I,2g Soph. Choir Ig Girls' Chorus 2. SHARON EELLS: Proctor 2: White Rose Pro- ccssion2. SON DRA EKEY: FHA I,2.3g Vice Pres. 2, Pres- ident 31 Spanish Club I,2: Girls' Chorus Ig VVhitc Rose Procession 2. IOYCE EKLUND: Cirls' Pep Ig White Rose Procession 2. RANDY ENGLISH: Football 2, letter 2,31 In- tramurals I,2.3g Senior Leader 3: Track letter 2: Snow Ball crew 3. FRANK ESCHMANN: FMCC 2. DIQFULISIITCI' 31 Swimming letter I.2,3: Boys' Pep l,2.3: Snow- ball crew I. -IERRI ESPINOZA. DEBBIE ESSARY: Good Tiiners Club 3: Princi- pals Advisory Council 3: White Rose Procession 2: Youth Blood Corp. BRIAN EVANS. ROGER EYENSON. COLLEEN I"ARRELl.: French Club L23 Pass- port 3. RAM FERNKOPI-'. DEBBIE I"lELD. SALLY PINNEY: German Club I.2,3: Good Timers Club 3: Thespians 3: Girls' Pep I,2,3: Model UN Ig VVhite Rose Procession 2: " Dracu- la' crew 3: "Crucible" cast 3: "West Side Sto- ry" crew 3. joni Fischer Bob Fisher Cindy Fletcher Leanne Fletcher ? rl' ."V N7 ,'-:P Susan Flieltinger Debbie Floyd David Foltz Dean Forbes Teresa Ford Nlaura Fox Susan Funk Carol Cale Steven Galyean Michelle Carton Bill Ceorge Vicky Cillmertson David Gillette Kathryn Cillispie Jeanine Gilman joel Cinsparg 58 JONI FISCHER. BOB FlSll ER: Passport 3. ClNDY l"LE'l'CIlER: Girls' Chorus lg White Rose Procession 2. LEANNA FLETCH ER. SUSAN Fl.lCKlNGER: Girls' Pep l.2L White Rose Procession 2. DEBBIE FLOYD: FMCC 2,31 Coutl Timers Club 2g Tlicspians 2,3g Basketball mgr. 3, letter 21 Track 2,3, letter l: Girls' Pep 1.2.31 Choralaires 1,21 Lab assistant 21 Proctor 3: White Rose Procession 2: "One Flew Over the Cucltoo's Nest" cren :Zz "Story Theater" crew 2: " Funny Girl" crew lg"N1an of l,a Mancha" crew 2g '4Dracula'A crew 3g 4'Crucihle" cast, crew 3: A'NVest Side Story" crew 3: " Din- ner Theaterm crew 3, DAVID FOLTZ: Cross Country l. letter 2,3g Traeli l, letter 2.31 Boys' Pep 23. DEAN FORBES. TER!-ISA FORD. MAURA FOX. SUSAN FUNK: FHA lg Girls' Pep lg Charger Band l.2.3: Orchestra l,2,:3: Passport 33 VVhite Rose Procession '23 "Funny Cirlu crew lg "Man of La Man- cha" creu 2: "West Side Storyn crew 3. CAROL GALE: Spanish Cluh 23 Thespi- ans 23 Cirlsl Pep 1,23 Student Congress 34 Charger Band 1.21 Choralaires lg Charg- er Choir 2,31 Singers 2,31 Assemblies 2,3g A'Bl5the Spirit" east lg "Funny Girl" cast l: "Man ol La Mancha" cast 21"tIruei- ble" 31"West Side Story" east 33 4'lt's a Small World" 2: '4'l'his is Entertainment" 3 STEVEN CALYEAN. MlCHEl,LE UAFFFUN: Proctor 3: "One Flew Over the Cuekoos' Nest" crew 3. BILL GEORGE: Debate Squad l,2, VICKY CILBERTSON. DAVID ClLl.E'l'TE. KATHRYN GILLISPIE: Girls' Pep l,2. 3g Girls' Chorus lg Shophomore Choir lc Math Cluh lg White Rose Procession 25 "Funny Girl" crew l. JEANINE GILMAN: FMMC 31 Spanish Cluh 1,21 Girls' Pep l,2: Charger Band l, 2, Vice-Pres. 3: Charger Choir 31 "Man of La Mancha" crew 21 "NVest Side Sto- ryn crew 31 State Music Festival 1,2531 KMEA District Honor Band 33 State Piano Festival l,2,3g Wichita State Span- ish "Concurso" 1, JOEL CINSPARC: Debate Squad l,2,3g NFL l.2,3g Student Congress lg Orches- tra l,2g Model UN l,2,3g "Funny Girl" crew l: Topeka Science Seminar l,2.,3. DAN GODDARD STEVE GOEBEL: Football letter I,2,3: Stage Band 2: Varsity Band lg Passport 3. TOM GOERINC: Chess Club I: Debate Squad l. officer 2.3: NFL I, officer 2,31 Student Congress 3: Passport 2,3g Model UN l,2,3: Proctor I. HARLIE GOODWIN: Chess Club 3: Latin Club 23 Spanish Club I: Student Congress 2: Passport 2.3: Model UN 2. S. M. West: Diving Team: Track. Shawnee Heights: Football. MIKE GOSSER, JEFF GRACE. CHARLES GREEN. LESLIE GREEN: Spanish Club 2: Se- nior Leader 34 Girls' Pep I,2,3: A Team Cheerleader 2,3: Choralaires I: Charger Choir 2,33 Homecoming Attendant 3: Homecoming crew 3: jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Snow Ball crew 3: Queen of Courts crew 3: Assemblies I.2,3g White Rose Proces- sion 2: "Funny Girl" cast lg i'Man of La Mancha" east I: "American Dream" cast 21 "West Side Storyn cast 3. KAN DY GREENE: Choralaires I,2. RICHARD GREENE: Debate Squad 2, French Club I: NFL 2: Student Congress Parliamentarian 3: Principal's Advisory Council 3: Charger Choir 233: Singers 2, 3: Passport 3: Model UN I.2,3: i'Man of La Mancha" cast 2: "West Side Storyn cast 3. TERESA CRECC: Spanish Club 35 Girls' Pep I: Passport 2: jr.-Sr. Prom 25 White Rose Procession 2. STEVE GRIFI-'I'I'H: Stage Rand 2, Var- sity' Band I. LESLIE GUILD: Debate Squad l,2,3g German Club Ig Hostess Club I,2: NFL I, ViceAPrcsident 2,34 Student Congress I,2,3: Principals Advisory Council l,2: Senior Class President 3: Girls' Chorus Ig Sophomore Choir lg Campus View Fea- ture Ed. 2. Editor 3: Queen of Courts crew 2: Assemblies 3: White Rose Pro- cession 2. RICK HACKETT, SHEILA HALL: Thespians 2, scribe 31 White Rose Procession 2: "One Flew Over the Cucltoois Nest" cast 2. crew 2: "Story Theater" ccew 2: 'iMan of La Manchaf' crew 2: 'iAmeriean Dream" crew 3: "Crucible" crew 3: "West Side Storyn crew Sp " Dinner Theater" 3. DAVID HAMILTON. STUART HAN EY. ,IERRY HANNAH. GARY HARDINC. TODD HARMON: Fts-ICC I: Student Congress 3: Principals Advisory Council 2,3: Lab Assistant 2, Dan Goddard Steve Goebel Tom Goering Harlie Goodwin -3 exft , ti? . A A: ,, - ff- " li: l ' I s.. -T- 5 . N - is 1 A 2 j Q, . . M ilce Gosser jeff Grace Charles Green Leslie Green Kandy Greene Richard Greene Teresa Gregg Steve Griffith ,gf . tt ..'o Leslie Guild Rick Hackett Sheila Hall David Hamilton X 12, Sllllifl HHFWY jerry Hannah Gary Harding Todd Harmon .9 59 MATTHEW HARRIS: Principals Advisory Council I3 Campus View Advertisement Rep. 33 Chevalier Advertisement Rep. 3, Lab assistant 1,21 Library assistant l,2. TERRI A. HARRIS: AFS 3: Catalina 3: FMCC 2,31 French Club l,2, Pres. Sq Good Timers Club I, Pres. 2,35 Girls' Pep l,2,3: Orchestra 1,23 Chevalier layout 2, Club Editor 35 "Funny Girl" crew lg White Rose Procession 2. TERRY HARRIS: Football I. letter 2,31 Traelt lg Wrestling letter 12.3. LARRY HART ROB PIE.-XRREl,I.: Basketball L21 Cross Conn' try l,2g Intramurals 3. Boys' Pep 1,21 Spirit Squad 3: Student Congress 2. LEL.-KN D IIEIFNER DEE ANN HELUS: French Club 31 Girls' Pep Ig Chevalier Staff, layout 2,31 Proctor 2,3, Vtihite Rose Procession 21 Girls' Chorus I. BETH HENNINC: French Club I: Latin Club 3g Tennis 233, Assemblies 33 White Rose Proces- sion 2. CARMEN HERRERO: French Club 3: AFS 3, Spanish Club 3. MARSH.-X HERRON: AFS 3g Good Timers Club 1,2,3g Volleyball letter 2,31 Senior Leader 3: Girls' Pep 12,35 White Rose Procession 2g "Funny Girl" Crew I1 "Man of La Mancha" crew 2: "West Side Stnryu MELIN DA IIICKS. BILL HINES: Spanish Club 1,23 Proctor l. ROBBI I'IOCI"ISTEDI.ER. DEBBIE HOHNER: FMCC 33 Proetor 2.3. PAUL HORN EY: French Club 11 Senior Leader 3, Spanish Club 2g Boisi Pep 3g Library assist- ant I: "Crucible" 3. PENNY HU LSE: Library assistant 2,3 ANNETTE HUNCERPILLER: Proctor Ig Girls' Chorus I. SHARLENE HUNT: Girls Pep lg French Club 1.2, Thespians l,2,3g Orchestra Ig Model UN 2, 3, Passport 3, White Rose Procession 2, "One Flew Over the Cuckorfs Nestl' crew 2g "Story Theater" crew 2: 'iFunny Girl" crew lg 'Man of La Mancha" crew 2, MAmeriean Dream" crew 2, "Sandbox" crew 21 i'DraCula" crew 3, "Crucible" crew 35 "West Side Storyu crew 35 " Dinner Theater" crew 3. STEVE HUNT: Football 1,25 Wrestling letter 1. 2 JOHN HUYETT. f ff ' 35 32. S I ff 4' ' K J 2 X f Q 1 if ' 4. K Matthew Harris Terri A. Harris Terry Harris Larry Hart Rob Hearrell Leland Heilner DeeAnn Helus Bern Henning Carmen Herrero Marsha Herron Melinda Hicks Bill Hines ' Y I K Robbi Hochstecller Debbie Horner Paul Horney Penny Hulse i . ' . 4 Annette Hungerpiller Sharlene Hunt Steve Hunt john Huyett 60 s .F , ft- T Les Irwin Penny Irwin Rusty jacobs Becky james ,L ,, C, Paris janeski Steve jacquith Kim jennings jeff jones Randy Ketter Steve Knoll Pete Kowalski jeff Kraft Mc.: A , .' 1 , 5 .- .+- I , ' ' ' Z 5 N ?c, X51 ' f . Kaye Kraft Diane Kroeschen Steve Krueger Russell Kuck 5, -rf ei, , 322 A '-.5 , . ft as " ' .- ts, 3 Q. Karla Kurdziel Diana Lantz Karen Larson Rick Lasch 61 LES IRWVIN: Boys' Chorus I. PENNY IRWIN: Good Timers Club Treasurer 3g Girls' Pep 1,35 Choralaires I.2,3g Lab assist- ant 2,3g White Rose Procession 2g Swim Spirit Squad 2. RUSTY jACOBS: Football lg Wrestling letter I, 2,34 jr,-Sr, Prom 2g Snow Ball crew 3. BECKY jAM ES: Track letter Ig Volleyball let- ter 2: Girls' Pep Sq jV Cheerleader 3g Student Congress 23 Cirlsi Chorus 23 Snow Ball Queen 33 Proctor 3: White Rose Procession 2. PARIS jANESKl: Debate Squad lg Girls' Pep Ig Passport l,3g Assemblies 2.31 Library assistant lg Proctor 29 White Rose Procession 2g i'Man of La Mancha" crew 25 'A Dracula" crew 3. sTEvEJAQu1TH. KIM JENNINGS. jEFF jONES: German Club 1,2g Gymnastics letter 2,34 Boys' Pep I,2,3g Math Club I. RANDY KETTER. STEVE KNOLL: Gymnastics I, letter2,3g Boys' Pep 2, Vice President 35 Student Congress I,2g Principal's Advisory Council 3, Rep. PETE KOWALSKI: Spanish Club Ig Cross Country Ig Track lg Boys' Pep l,2,3g Student Congress L21 Passport 3g Homecoming crew I, 25 jr.-Sr. Prom 21 Snow Ball crew I,2,3g Queen of Courts 24 Lab assistant 2, jEFF KRAFT: Football I,2, letter 33 Intramur- als I,2,3g Library assistant 2,3. KAYE KRAFT. DIANE KROESCI-IEN: Basketball manager, letter Sq Senior leader 31 Girls' Pep 1,2,3g Chev- alier Copy Editor 2, Co-Editor Sg Homecoming crew 3g jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Snow Ball crew 3g Queen of Courts crew 3g Assemblies 2,3g Lab assistant 23 White Rose Procession 2. STEVE KRUEGER, RUSSELL KUCK: Boys' Pep I,2,3p Chess Club 3. KARLA KURDZIEL, DIANA LANTZ. KAREN LARSON: French Club I,2,3g Chora- laires 24 Sophomore Choir lg Proctor Ig White Rose Procession 2, RICK LASCH. Tony Laurenti Lewis Lawson jeff Light Mike Lollar jim Lawter Dana Lay Keith Long Loree Lorence Dave Love David Lundblade Steve Lundblade David Lundry Dick Lundstrom Patty Mabie Denise MacMillan Nancy Mah Pam Manning Denise Marrotte LuAnn Martin Scott Martin 62 TONY LAURENTI. LEWIS LAWSON: Intramurals 25 Stage Band 2,35 Charger Band l,2,35 Library assistant 25 "Funny Girl" crew I5 "A- merican Dream" crew 2. JIM LAWTER. DANA LAY: Girls' Pep 1,25 Girls' Cho- rus 15 Proctor I,2,35 White Rose Proces- sion 25 Assemblies 2. JEFF LIGHT: Debate Squad I,2,35 German Club 2,35 Interact Club 1,25 NFL 1,2535 Asst. Election Commissioner 25 Election Commissioner 35 jr.-Sr. Prom 15 Snow Ball crew 25 Assemblies 2,35 Model UN I, Vice Chairman 2, MIKE LOLLAR: Debate Squad 1,25 Lat- in Club 25 NFL 1,25 Basketball I,25 Cross Country 2. KEITH LONG: Latin Club 1,25 Cross Country 1, letter 2,35 Track l, letter 2,35 Boys' Pep 1,2,3. LOREE LORENCE. DAVE LOVE: AFS 35 Spanish Club 1,25 Thespians 1,2,35Intramurals 1,25 Boys' Pep I,2,35 Charger Band Pres. 35 Orches- tra 2,35 Charger Choir 2, V. Pres 35 Sing- ers 2,35 Boys' Chorus I5 Sophomore Choir Pres. I5 Sophomore Madrigals I5 Snow Ball crew 35 Assemblies 2,35 "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" cast 25 "Story Theater" crew 25 "Funny Girl" cast 15 "Man of La Mancha" cast 25 'A- merican Dreamn cast 25 "Sandbox" crew 25 "Dracula" crew 35 "Crucible" cast 35 "West Side Story" cast 35 "Dinner Thea- ter" cast 35 State Music Festival l,2,35 "It's a Small, Small World" 25 "This is Entertainment" 35 All State Chorus 2. DAVID LUNDBLADE: Intramurals 1. STEVE LUNDBLADE: Thespians 152,35 Intramurals 1,25 Assemblies 35 Model UN I,2,35 "Billy Liar" crew I5 "Blythe Spirit" crew 15 "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" crew 25 "Story Theater" crew 25 "Funny Girl" crew I5 "Man of La Mancha" crew 25 "American Dream" crew 25 "Sandbox" crew 25 "Dracula" crew 35 "Crucible" cast 35 "West Side Story" crew 35 " Dinner Theater" cast 3. DAVID LUNDRY. DICK LUNDSTROM: Basketball l,2, letter 35 Cross Country I,2, letter 35 Track I5 Tennis letter 2,35 Senior Leader 35 jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Snow Ball crew 25 As- semblies 25 Library assistant 3. PATTIE MABIE: FMCC I,2,35 Good Timers Club Secretary 35 Girls' Pep l,2, 35 Lab assistant 35 White Rose Proces- sion 2. DENISE MACM ILLAN. NANCY MAH: German Club 35 Basket- ball Mgr. 2,35 Senior Leader 35 Volley- ball letter 2,35 Girls' Pep I5 White Rose Procession 2. PAM MANNING: French Club I5 Track letter I5 Girls' Chorus 15 White Rose Procession 2. DENISE MARHOTTE. LUANN MARTIN: Catalina 25 Spanish Club I, Treasurer 25 Basketball letter 2, 35 Gymnastics I5 Senior Leader 35 Track 15 Volleyball 1,2535 Girls' Pep 1,25 Pres. 35 Principal's Advisory Council 35 Home- coming crew 2,35 jr.-Sr. Prom 2,35 Snow Ball 25 Queen of Courts 35 Assemblies 25 Proctor 35 White Rose Procession 25 "Man of La Mancha" crew 25 "West Side Story" crew 3. scoT'r MARTIN: Boys' Pep 1,235 Charger Choir 2,35 Boys' Chorus I5 State Music Festival 1,2,3. MIKE NIARTINI-IZ: Spanish Club I.2,3: Model LN I,2.3: Wichita Spanish Contest I, 2.3. LAURIE MARVIN: AFS 2. Catalina I: Spanish Club officer I: Tennis 3: Chora- laircs I: Charger Choir 2.3: Singers 2.3: Homecoming crew 3: jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Snow Ball crew 2,3: Assemblies I.2,3: White Rose Procession 2: i'Fnnny Girl" cast, crew I: "Man of La Mancha" crew 2: "West Side Storyu cast 3: Student Advisory Board to the Board of Education 2,3 PATTI MATALON E: Spanish Club I: Gymnastics letter I: Track I: Volleyball I: Student Congress 2: Proctor 2.3: Whitt- Rose Procession 2. BRIAN MAYER. IEAN MEYER. GERALD MIDDENDORF, Football I, let- ter 2.3: Intramaurals I: Senior Leader 3: Track 1.2: Snow Ball crew 3 JUDY MILLER: Tennis I: Girls' Pep l,2,3: Student Congress 1,21 Choralaires 1.2: Queen of Courts crew 3: Assemblies 2: Proc- tor lg White Rose Procession 2: State Music Festival 1.2. LESLIE MILLER. MICHAEL MILLER. SALLY MONTGOMERY. CAROL MORLAN: White Rose Procession 2. ANNE MORRISON: French Club I,2, Sec. 3: Girls' Pep 1.2: Student Congress I: Princi- pals Advisory Council 3: Charger Choir 2,33 White Rose Procession 2. BRENT MORRISON: Gymnastics letter 3: Boys' Pep 2.3: jr.-Sr. Prom 3: Library Assist- ant 3. MIKE MOSHI-IR: Intramurals 2.3: Track 2, 3: Hayden: Stage Band I: Hayden Band I: Varsity Band I: Intramurals I: Track I. HANI MOUSSA: French Club officer: Gymnastics letter I: Wrestling letter l: Asa semblies I: Lab Assistant I: Argentine High: Science Club lg French Club I: Future Med- ical Careers I. SUSAN MUNK: Proctor I: Vllhitc Rose Pro- cession 2. GREG MUNZER: French Club 2: Latin Club 3: Intramurals I: Tennis I.2, letter 3: Boy s' Pep 3. BILL MYERS: Basketball I: Gross Country letter I.2,3: Intramurals 2.3: Traclu letter I,2, 3: Boys' Pep I.2.3: Student Congress 2: Snow Ball Attendant 3: Snow Ball crew 2.3: Homecoming Escort 3, ELLEN MCCAFFREY: Chevalier layout 2, Business Manager 3: Proctor: White Rose Procession 2. MARTIN MCCUI,I,OUGII: Mike, Martinez Laurie Marvin jean Meyer Gerald M iddcndorf cafe H aagfgcf A 2532 1,- 5'a":eg? is sv X ta .r 'fit' 'I-f air fi ein 3 E3-'A ,shew A 'na :.,,,,,L:,5:L.a,fs!Sg21r1:' at la' J, 533: aagfssei ge. we-asia.-" .. :- ,,.2,,- :Yi .sig :, 5, ff: -- 1 siifiria-fi :fa graag- 51,5 'gfjinf :f'?i'f1'f5, 'f-Tian Ig figaj E9 '1 ' L "im:-'tzv' ' 'fl' .ge ,fl-1aFtt'3-3:1 -' .-if-wi.,-15.1, -. :ag ,:. .- 1 ie, .V A? 'Q' I- P713 7: li'- ' Q' ff ., .lff soars. ,. 1 .-'irc sf-wa..-1?..::?wfMIBWPFQSQ:a gr. ca, .. ..,.., wwf ga.-ssc, ,,,, 41 M I Michael Miller Sally Montgomery Brent Morrison Mike Mosher Greg Munzer Bill Myers 63 Patti Matalone Brian Mayer Iudi Miller Leslie Miller Carol Morlan Anne Morrison Hani Moussa Susan Munlt Ellen Mg-Caffrpy Martin McCullough PAM MCDONALD: A.C. Reynolds H.S.: Wres- tlerette 2, Pep Club I: jr.-Sr. Prom 2: junior Drama Club 2. RON MCDOVl'El.l.. KENNITH MCGILL. DEAN MCGINNIS: Charger Band 2.3: Varsity Band I. .IEFF MCKEE: Intramurals I.2: Wrestling let- ter I.2,3, Boys' Pep I,2.3, jr.-Sr, Prom 2, Snow Ball crew3. CRAIG MCKINNEY: Passport 3, Moore Sei- enee High, Ga. TIM MCMAHON: Latin Club 3, Student Con- gress 3, Principals Advisory Council 3g Charger Baud I,2,3. Drum M ajor 3: "Crucible" 3. MIKE MCPIKE: Passport 3, " Billy Liars" I. DIANE NACE: Drill Team 2,S: Girls' Pep I,2g Model UN 2.3, VVhite Rose Procession 2. AMI' NASH: Choralaires 2, Charger Choir 3, Girls' Chorus Ig Sophomore Choir I1 Snow Ball crew 2, Proctor 1, White Rose Procession 2: "Billy Liar" crew I. PAUL NEAL: Chess Club 1.2. President 3, Bas- lcetball Mgr. 3, Model UN I.2,3. AMI' NELSON QMCCANTSII FHA l.2: Girls' Pep L21 White Rose Procession 2. GREG NEUER. KRISTI NEWBERRY: AFS 2: FMCC 2, Corre- sponding Sec. 3, German Club I,2, Hostess Club I,2, Pres. 3, Thespians 2,31 Girls' Pep I,2, 3, Student Congress 2,3, Asst. Sec. of Honor Pts, 2, Sec. of Honor Pts. 3, Choralaires I, Charger Choir 2.3: Singers 3, Assemblies 3, Proctor 2, "Funny Girl" crew I, "West Side Story' east 3: " It's a Small I'Vorld" 2, "This is Entertainment" 3. BECKY NICHOLAS: Charger Band 2.3, Var- sity Band l, "Funny Girl" crew I, Pep Rand I, 2, Emporia High: Marching Band MIKE NOLIN: German Club 2,33 Lab assistant I, Science Seminar I,2, Vice Pres. 3. ANNE NORTH: French Club I, German Club 2: Tennis 2.3, Student Congress 2: Choralaires 2, Charger Choir 3, Sophomore Choir I, Snow Ball crew 3, White Rose Procession 21 i'Funny Girl" crew 1, 'iVVest Side Storyu crew 3. KAY NUSSER. ROCKY NYSTROM: Thespians 2,3, Student Congress Pres. 3, Assemblies 3, Lab assistant 3: Model UN 2,3, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" crew 2, "Story Theater" cast 2, "Man of La Mancha" crew 2: "American Dream" cast and crew 2, " Dracula" east and crew 3: 'iCruci- blew crew 3: "West Side Story" cast 3: " Dinner Theateri' cast 3: Washburn Rural Play, "Play it again Sam" cast. VICKI OBLEY: Latin Club 1.2, Track I, Vol- leyball letter 1.2.3, Student Congress I, Cheva- lier Photo Editor 3: Homecoming Queen 3, Homecoming crew 2,3, jr.-Sr. Prom 2, Snow Ball crew 2,31 Queen of Courts crew 2.3. Pam McDonald Ron McDowell Kennith McGill Dean McGinnis jeff McKee Craig M cliinney Tim McMahon Diane Nan-e Amy Nash Paul Neal Greg Neuer Kristi Newberry Becky Nicholas Anne North . Kay Nusser Rocky Nystrom 64 Mike McPilfe Am y Nelson QM cCantsl Mike Nolan Vicki Obley rolyn Odell Ar A A Devern Pasley Phoebe Pfeiler Ak - I Judy Powell Kathy Priest ,.?'w' Y ' HPV? is fs. f ll ,alla new Doug Oelschlaeger jerry O'Hara Kevin Orton Karen Peavler Stacy Perdue Richard Peterson 'Ms SX if l s Shirley Phelps Mike Pierce Victor Pomeroy Mari Ann Powell Tim Powell Carol Power 1 1' 3,4 . N1arCyPringl9 Billy Pryor jane Quinlan 65 CAROLYN ODELL: AFS 1.2. treas. 31 FrenCh Club 112, treas. 31 Thespians 1,2131 Principals Advisory Council 2,31 Choralaires I1 Charger Choir 31 Singers 31 Passport 31 "Billy Liar" cast I1 "Blythe Spirit" crew l1"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" crew 21 "Story Theater" cast 21 "Funny Girl" cast I1"Man of La Mancha" or- chestra 21 "American Dream" cast 21 "Dracu- la" cast 2: 'iCrucible" crew 31 'iDinner Thea- CCI' Chili: 'West Side Storyn cast 3. DOUG OELSCHLAECER: Spanish Club I1 Basketball 11 Cross Country I, letter 2,31 Intra- murals 1,2,31 Track letter 1,2531 Student Con- gress 11 Sophomore Rep.1 Campus View Photo- graph 31 Passport 31 Snow Ball crew 31 Honors Symposium 31 Math Club I. JERRY O'HARA. KEVIN ORTON. DEVERN PASLEY, KAREN PEAVLER: Girls' Pep 1.21 Choralaires 21 Charger Choir 31 Sophomore Choir lg White Rose Procession 21 Sophomore Madrigals 11 "Man of La Mancha" crew 2, STACY PERDIQE: French Club 21 Thespians I, 2, Secretary-Treas, 31 White Rose Procession 21 "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" crew 21 "Story Theater" crew 21 "Funny Girl" crew lg "Man of La Mancha" CY0VV21HAll10l'lCi1ll Dream" crew 21 "Sandbox" crew 2: " Dracula" crew 31 "Crucible" cast, crew 31 "West Side Storyu crew 3. RICHARD PETERSON. PIIOERE PFEILER. SHIRLEY PHELPS. MIKE PIERCE: Cross Country 1,21 Intramur- als I,2,31 Track I, letter 2,35 Boys' Pep l,2.31 Spirit Squad 31 Student Congress 12,31 Stage Band 112.31 Orchestra 112,31 Singers 2,31 jr.-Sr, Prom 21 Snow Rall crew 31 Assemblies l,2,31 Library assistant 31 White Rose ' Procession21 " Funny Girl" orchestra I: i'Man of La Man- cha" orchestra 21 "West Side Storyu orchestra 3 VICTOR POMEROY1 French Club 1,2131 Cer- man Club 3: Spanish Club I: Tennis letter 2,3. ,IUDY POWELL: Catalina l,2,3: French Club 11 Girlsi Pep 1,21 Student Congress l,2,31 Secre- tary-Treas. Sophomore CIass1Chcvalier Pho- tographer 31-Ir.-Sr. Prom l1 Snow Ball crew 2,31 Queen of Courts 31 Assemblies 2,31 Proctor 1,21 VVhite Rose Procession 2. MARI .ANN POYVELL: French Club 1,2131 Cross Country letter 1,2131 Intramurals l,2,3: Track letter l,2,31 Boys' Pep 31 Passport 31 jr.- Sr. Prom 21 Snow Ball crew 2. TIM POYVELL. CAROL POWER: Library assistant 21 Proctor 2,31 White Rose Procession 21 Snow Ball crew 3, KATHY PRIEST. M A RCY PRINCLE. BILLY PRYOR: French Club 11 Football I. let- ter 2,31 Gymnastics I1 Intramurals l,2,31 Tennis I1 Track 1.2: Wrestling letter 2,31 Student Con- gress 31 Homecoming crew 31 jr.-Sr. Prom 21 Snow Ball crew 2.31 Assemblies 21 Snow Ball Attendant 3. JANE QUINLAN: Girls' Chorus I1 Sophomore Choir I1 Proctor 2. Kathy Rabin Susan Raburn Kathy Raine Anne Ramsey Peggy Rardin Debbie Rausch Nancy Rausch Bob Reece 41, rr-pq: . jane Reed Kim Regeher Ann Reinking julie Renick Chad Rhodes Nancy Rhodes Diana Richardson Mike Richardson Mike Rinehart Cynthia Rischer Stephanie Rolley Nancy Roman 66 KATHY RABIN. SUSAN RABURN: Catalina 2. KATHY RAINE: Gymnastics letter 2,35 Girls' Chorus I. ANNE RAMSEY: French Club 25 Pass- port3. PEGGY RARDIN: Gymnastics '15 Track 15 Snow Ball crew 1,25 White Rose Pro- cession 2. DEBBIE RAUSCH: Girls' Chorus I5 White Rose Procession 25 "Billy Liar" crew 15 "Blythe Spirit" crew I. NANCY RAUSCH: Girls' Chorus 15 White Rose Procession 25 "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" crew 25 "Story Theater" crew 25 "Man of La Mancha" crew 25 "American Dream" crew 25 "Sandbox" crew 2. BOB REECE: Football letter 1,2535 In- tramurals 15 Track I5 Wrestling 3. JANE REED: Catalina 1,25 Drill Team 2,35 Good Timers Club 15 Girls' Pep 1,25 35 j.V. Cheerleader 35 Wrestlerettes 25 Student Congress 25 Class Rep. 15 Home- coming crew I,2,35 jr.-Sr. Prom 1,25 Snow Ball crew l.2,35 Queen of Courts crew 1,35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Proctor I,2,35 White Rose Procession 25 "Funny Girl" cast 1. KIM RECEI-IR. ANNE REINKING: Catalina Club I, of- ficer 25 Gymnastics I5 Choralaires 25 Girls' Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 15 Campus View reporter 25 "Funny Girl" crew I. JULIE RENICK. spanish Club 1, vol- leyball 1,25 Girls' Pep 1,25 Charger Band 25 Varsity Band 1, CHAD RHODES: Chess Club I5 FMCC 2,35 Football 15 Intramurals 1,25 Boys' Pep l,2,35 Student Congress 15 Charger Choir 2,35 Boys' Chorus 15 "Man of LaMancha" cast 25 Youth Blood Corps V.P. NANCY RHODES. DIANE RICHARDSON: Spanish 1.2535 Girls' Pep 1,25 Passport2. MIKE RICHARDSON. MIKE RINEHART. CYNTHIA RISCHER: Basketball 35 Se- nior Leader 35 Boys Tennis Mgr. letter I, 2,35 Tennis letter 1.2.35 Girls' Pep I5 Chevalier index 2. co-editor 35 Home- coming crew 2,35 jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Snow Ball crew 2,35 Queen of Courts crew 35 Assemblies 2,35 White Rose Procession 2. STEPHANIE ROLLEY: Catalina 12,35 Spanish Club 15 Principal's Advisory Council 35 Passport2. NANCY ROM AN: Proctor I5 White Rose Procession 25 "Billy Liar" crew 25 "Blythe Spirit" crew 25 "Dracula" cast 35 i'Crucible" crew 35 "West Side Story" crew 35 " Dinner Theater" crew 3. PAM ROOSE: Drill Team 2, Girls' Pep 1,2,3: B Team Cheerleader 1, Girls' Cho- rus 1. SA-NCE SADLER: Library Assistant 1, Proctor 2,3. MITCH SANDITEN: Basketball 1, Cross Country 1, Intramurals 2,3. ROBERT SANNER. JULIE SAYLER. RANDY SCHEER: Gymnastics 1, letter 2,35 Model UN. MIKE SCHMID: Football 1, letter 23, Gymnastics 1, letter 2, Boys' Pep l,2, Pres. 3, Snow Ball Attendant 3, jr.-Sr. Prom 2, Snow Ball crew 1,2,3, Library Assistant 1,2, "Sandbox" cast 2. KENT SCHNEIDER: Tennis l,2, Charger band 3, Varsity Band l, Boys' Chorus 1, Sophomore Choir 1. TERRI SCHREINER. DEAN SCHAAKEI: Basketball 1,2, Foot- ball letter 1,2,3, Track letter 1, Library Assistant2. MIKE SCHUSTER: Intramurals 1, Or- chestra 1,2,3, Lab Assistant 3, Proctor 3, "Funny Girl" Orchestra, "West Side Story" Orchestra. Wichita West High School: Golf 1, Science Club 1, Mayor's Youth Council, Advisory Council to Board of Education. MARK SEWARD. DEBBIE SHEA. IENNIFER SHEETS: Girls' Pep 1, Girls' Chorus 1, Sophomore Choir 1, Snow Ball crew 2, Proctor 3, White Rose Procession 2. RICHARD SHERMOEN: Thespians 2,3, Charger Choir 2,3, Boys' Chorus 1, Sophomore Choir 1, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" cast 2, "Story Theater" cast 2, "Funny Girl" cast 1, "Man of La Mancha" cast 2, "Dracula" cast 3, "Cru- cible" crew 3, "West Side Story" cast 3. PAULA SHIM P: FHA 1, District Rep. 2, V. P. 3, White Rose Procession 2. Eas- tridge High School, Kankakee, Illinois: Homecoming 1, "Wizard of Oz" crew I. TERRY SHINN. BARBARA SHIRKY: Campus View co- editor 3, jr.-Sr. Prom 2, Snow Ball crew 3, Library Assistant 1,2, White Rose Pro- cession 2. GREG SHOVVALTER. SHERRY SHULTZ: French Club 2, Stu- dent Congress I, Chevalier photographer 3. .n- 'K 'f ,v Pam Roose Sance Sadler Mitch Sanditen Robert Sanner julie Sayler Dean Schaake Randy Scheer Mike Schmid Kent Schneider Terri Schreiner Mike Schuster Mark Seward - r Debbie Shea jennifer Sheets Richard Shermoen Paula Shimp l Terry Shinn Barbara Shirky Greg Showalter Sherry Shultz 67 DAVID SHURTZ. LYLE SINOR: FMCG 31 German Club 21 Foot- ball I1 Cymnastics I, letter 2.31 Intramurals lg Track letter 12,31 Boys' Pep 2,3 RON SLOCUNI. GREG SMITH: Thespians I1 Intramurals lg 'iI"1iiii1yGirl" l. IP. SXIITII. KICYIN SMITII: Basketball I. letter 2: Cross Country 1.21 Ilomeeoming erexi :31 jr -Sr Prom 2,33 Snoxx Ball ereu 23. MARIE SMITH: Catalina, Choreographer L21 Good Timers Club I. Vice Pres, 2: Spanish Club See. 21 Swimming 31 Principals .ftrlwisory Coun- cil 31 Passport 31 White Rose Proeession 2. WAYNE SMITH: Debate Squad I1 l'rincipaI's Advisory Council 31 Model UN I1 Topeka Sci- ence Seminar l,2.3. TERRI SNEDEN: Gymnastics 21 Capital City Highg Sewing Club I1 Gymnastics Club 21 Musa ical Concert I. STEVE SNYDER. LAURIE SPICKA. LYN DA SPIICLMAN. KIM SPRINGER: Girls Pep I1 Proetor3. DOUG STACK ICN: Latin Club l,2g Intramurals l.2,31 Tennis letter 1,231 Boys' Pep I.2.3. TONY STARR: Football letter l.2.3: Senior Leader 31 Wrestling letter l,2.3. JOHN STEWART: Chess Club L21 German Club 1.21 Orchestra L21 Charger Choir 2,31 "Funny Girl" orchestrag "Crucible" erew 31 i' Dinner Theater" east 3, MIKE S'I'IiWART. SH ERRI STICKLI-IY: Spanish Club 1.2.32 Campus View .-'tdvertising Mgr. 2.3: IIOHWCOIII- ing crew S1 lr.-Sr. Prom 21 Snow Ball crew 31 Assemblies 31 White Rose Procession 2. BOB STIRTON, NOVIA STODDARD: Spanish Club 25 Girls' Pep L21 Library assistant 31 White Rose Proces- sion2. David Shurtz Lyle Sinor Ron Slocum Greg Smith j. P. Smith Kevin Smith Marie Smith Wayne Smith Terri Sneden Steve Snyder Laurie Spicka Lynda Spielman Kim Springer Doug Staclcen Tony Starr john Stewart Mike Stewart Sherri Sticltley Bob Stirton Novia Stoddard 68 Becky Stone Kim Stratton Lisa Swader Doug Talmage Sarah Stydahar Mary Sullivan Rick Taylor Marianne Teasley Lisa Tegethoff jennifer Terrill Marcel Terry Randall Tevis Pat Thomas Mel Thompson Cathie Thoms Kristy Tindall Debbie Tipton i Kelly Thorp Tracey Townsend Bob Tozer 69 BECKY STONE: Chevalier layout 35 Home- coming crew 3, Topeka High 1.2, Scholastic Art Award 2. KIM STRATTON: Student Congress 2, Princi- pal's Advisory Council 2,3, Model UN 2,31 Proctor 1: NVhite Rose Procession 2g A'Man of La Mancha" crew 2. SARAH STYDAHAR: White Rose Procession 2. MARY SULLIVAN: Girls' Chorus lg Home- coming crew lg Lab assistant 3, "Billy Liar" crew lg "Blythe Spirit" crew lg "One Flew Over the Cuclcods Nest" crew 2g "Story Thea- ter" crew 2, "Funny Girl" crew 1. LISA SVVADER. DOUG TALMAGE. RICK TAYLOR. MARIANNE TEASLEY: Gymnastics 1, Senior leader Sq Track lg Girls' Pep 1, Snow Ball crew 1. LISA TECETHOFF: Library Assistant 2. IENNIFEH TERRILL: Catalina 1,2,33 FMCC 1,25 Senior Leader 3, Girls' Pep 1, Student Con- gress 1,2, Girls' Chorus lg Snow Ball Attendant 3g Homecoming crew 1.2.34 jr.-Sr. Prom l,2,3g Snow Ball crew 1,2,3g Queen of Courts crew 1, 2,39 Assemblies 1,2,Sq Lab Assistant 2, White Rose Procession 2. ' MAHCEL TERRY. RANDALL TEVIS: C0in Club 1, PAT THOMAS: FMCC 1.2: Spanish Club 1: Swimming letter 25 Girls' Pep 1,23 Student Con- gress 1,2: jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Snow Ball crew 29 As- semblies 2g Lab Assistant 2, White Rose Proces- sion 2. MEL THOMPSON: Intramurals 3. CATHIETHOMS. KELLY THORP: FMCC 1,2g Cirls' Pep 1,23 Choralaires 23 Charger Choir 8g Girls' Choir 1' Proctor 1, White Rose Procession 2. KRISTY TINDALL. DEBBIE TIPTON. TRACEY TOWNSEND: Spanish Club 2, Bas- ketball 3, letter 2, Snow Bali crew 3, Lab Assist- ant2,3, BOB TOZER: FMCC 2, Swimming letter l,2,3, Boys' Pep 2,35 Spirit Squad 3, Student Congress 2,35 Principal's Advisory Council 29 Library Assistant 2,3. y john Trump M ary Unrein Mark Utech Jeanette Vagts ,X 1 Kim Vann Tom Vernon Mike Wallace Todd Walters Linda Wayman Kurt Weaverling Randy Vilander Mary NVaddell julie Way Brenda Wayman Elisia Webb Linette Weeks I Q i ,4 Malia Weide William Weissbeclt Mike VVells Allan Wessell 70 JOHNTHUMR MARY L'NRElN: Proctor 2. La junta iColo.J High School: Pep Club, Girls' Teens Club. MARK LTECH. JEAN ETTE VAGTS. KiM YANN. TOM VERNON: German Club 2, Cross Country letter 2,3, Track letter 2,31 Boys' Pep 2.3. Topeka High School: Track let- ter l, Cross Country letter l, Boys' Pep l, RANDY YILANDER. MARY WADDELL: Catalina 1, secre- tary 2, Y.P. 3, German Club 1,21 Good Timers Club l, Boys' Tennis mgr. l, Vol- leyball ln Girls' Pep 1.2, Wrestlerettes '21 Student Congress l,2.I3, Sec.-Treas. 2,33 Snow Ball Attendant 3, Homecoming crew l,2,3, jr.-Sr. Prom 2, Snow Ball l,2. 3, Assemblies 1,2531 Model UN l,2: Vtiliite Rose Procession 2. Mllilf WALLACE: Thespians 2, Pres. 3: Gymnastics l: Assemblies 2,3, Model UN 2,3, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" crew 2, "Story Theater" crew 2, 'iMan of La M anchan crew 2, 'AAmcrican Dream" crew 2, "Sandbox" crew 2, "Dracula" crew 3, "Crucible" crew 3, 'iWest Side Storyn crew 3, "Dinner Theater" crew 3, Science Seminar 2.3. TODD VVALTERS: Tbespians 1,2332 Charger Choir 2,3, Singers 2,31 Boys' Chorus l: Sophomore Choir lg Assem- blies l.2,3, Proctor 3, A'Billy Liar" crew l, "Blythe Spirit" crew lg "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" cast 2, "Story Theater" crew 2, "Funny Girl" cast and crew lg "Man of La Mancha" cast 2: "Dram-ulai' crew 3, "Crucible" cast 3, "West Side Story" cast 23, "Dinner Thea- ter" cast 3. lUl.lE VVAY. BRENDA WAYMAN: "Billy Liar" crew lx "One lflew Ox er the Cuckoo's Nest" crew 2, 'Story Theater" crew 2, "Man of La M am-ha" crew 2, "Sandbox" cast 2. LINDA WVAYMAN. KURT lrVl'lAVl'fRLlNG. ELISIA NVE.. LIN E'l"l'l-I WEEKS. MALIA WEIDE: German Club 2,3, Passport 3, Sophomore Choir l, Charger Choir 2,-3, Orchestra l,2,3, Library as- sistant l,21 White Rose Procession 2, "Funny Girl" cast 11 "Man of La Man- cha" crew 2, "West Side Story" cast 3. WILLIAM WEISSBECK: Debate Squad 2, officer 3: NFL 2, Tres. 3, Cross Coun- try 2: Track lg Boys' Pep l,2,3, Student Congress 2,3, Principals Advisory Coun- cil 3, junior Class Rep. 2, Model UN 2,33 Snow Ball crew 2, jr.-Sr. Prom 2, Assem- blies 2,3, "Man of La Mancha" crew 2, " Dracula" crew 3. MIKE WVELLS. ALLAN WVESSELL: Good Timers Club 3: Intramurals l, Spirit Squad 3, Student Congress 3, Library assistant 2, Assem- blies 2, Proctor 3, Maintenance 3. I CAROL WHITAKER: Charger Band 2, 34 Varsity Band lg Choralaires 21 Girls' Chorus lg Proctor Ig Assemblies 2,3: In' strumental Ensemble 2. CHERYL WHITE. LISA WHITE. SHERRI WICHERT: Basketball 2, letter 35 Passport 2, Editor 3g Proctor l,3. TERRI WICKERSHAM: Girls' Pep IC Basketball 2,3. JOHN WILLIAMS: Varsity Band Ig Proctor 25 Lab assistant 3, JULIE WILLIAMS: Girls' Chorus 2. KRISTI WILLIAMS. ' PAT WILLIAMS. .DAVID WILMS: German Club 1,2g In- tramurals 1,2g Boys' Pep 1,2,3g Library assistant 1. TERRI VVOLFE: Catalina lg Girls' Pep 1,29 White Rose Procession 2. DOUG WONNELL: Good Timers Club 3g Spirit Squad 3g Senior Leader 3g Li- brary assistant 3g Student Congress 3. MARK WORNKEY. DEAN YEE: FMCC 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 35 German Club 25 Chess Club lg Boys' Pep 35 Tennis 2g Principals Adviso- ry Council Sg Youth Blood Corps 2,3, DAVID YENAWINE. SUSIE YOUNG, Carol Whitaker Cheryl White Lisa White Sherri Wichert Q Terri Wickersham john Williams julie Williams Kristi Williams Pat Williams David Wilms Terri Wolfe D0ug WOIHICII Mark Wornkey Dean Yee David Yenawine Susie Young 71 Seniors Not Plctured VICKI ALLEN MICHAELJ ANDERSON North Torr ance Hlgh Ca Basketball I CH -XRLFS BARBER L ood Tlmers Club 12 Thesplans 3 Bots Pep 12 3 Cxm nastlcs 2 Student Congress 1 7 Bots Chorus 7 Homecoming crew 2 Snou Ballcrew 3 I-unnx Curl crevm 1 El ILABETH BIERICH MARIA BOHANNON MARILYN BURIKET DAX ID CLARK CLAUDIA COX ILLE DAX ID COX SHELLEY DEAN CY NTHIA DUMAS BRIAN EMMERT N ICICI FLOOD SUSIE FRISBIE JOHN FROST TIM GORE PAT GRECO ROBERT GREER MARC HARRIS TERRI HARRIS ROGER HENRY BRIAIN HETRICK Chevalier staff 3 West Side Story crew 3 Terry Sanford Sr High Mu Alpha Theta 23 Basket ball I Spanish Club I La Famac Staff ed1tor3 RICKY HU DKINS LORI HUSKE TRINI INFANTE lhRl JOHNSON SCOTT IONES KIRK KEBERLEIN BILL KROLL ROBERT MAXWELL DONNA MEAD Girls Chorus I Soph omore Choir 1 Shawnee West High School Sophomore Choir I Student Council I ROBERT MORGAN DONNA MURPHREE RICK PANINONE GREG PEARSON Cvmnastlcs A Proc tor2 GLEN PETERSON DAVID PETTY JOHN REEDX DOUG RICHTER PAT ROBERTS ROBERT ROSS TIM SEAL. KATHY SEDGWICK: Spanish Club 21 Truck 1: Proctor I,2.3. CLARA SEGU RA: Basketball lg Singers I- Girls' Chorus 1- San Facon School of Columbia, South America. KEN SIEGEL. RANDY SNIITH. VIRGIL SMITH. PAT SPURLIN, RICK STARKEY. RANDY STAUFFER. STEVEN STRIMPLE. DAVID TURRENTINE. DEBBIE TURRNETINE, KATHY TUSHINSKY. DELANA WEATHERBEE. RICKEY WEAVER. CHRIS WEITER: Boys' Pep 35 Lab as- sistant 2g Library assistant 1. PAT WEMPE. CHERYL WEST. LEIF WILLIAMS IEFFREY WOELLHOI-'. MARK YOUNG. RACHAEL YOUNG: Catalina I,2. KAREN HECKATHORN Latin Club2 Girls Pepl B Team Cheerleader I Girls Chorusl Chevalier copy writer 2 Passport 2 Snow Ball Attendant 3 Library Assistant 23 White Rose Procession 2 Funny Girl cast 1 Kelli jones Too Late To Alphabetlze MARY CROW Good Timers Club 3g Homecoming crew 3 Proctor 33 White Rose Procession 2 IONI FISCHEIR Snow Ball crew 3: Lab assistant 3 Proctor 2 3 White Rose Pro- cession 2 STUART HANEY Debate Squad 1.3. Secretarv 2 Latin Club 1 Pres. 2' NFL I3 Secrtary 2 Student Congress 2 Xiu Pres 3 Principals Advisory Council 3. Model UN 1.2.3.- RICH LASCH: Boys' Pep 3. KATHI RABIN: French Club 3: Charger Choir 3- "West Side Story" cast 3: Ladir High School St. Louis, Mo.: Choir lg Band I- Debate Team 1. KRISTI WILLIAMS: Spanish Club 2: Tennis 11 Stage Band 2g Choralaires 1: Charger Choir 2.35 Singers 3g jr.-Sr. Choir Ig White Rose Procession 2: "Fun- ny Girl" crew In "Man of La Mancha" crew 2g "West Side Storyn crew 3g State Music Festival I,2,3. 72 it L 11.1 4 . 1 "" 4?x 13- ? M AF ,- is-agua,-Q -- 'vw V, Kim.. , ig-1, Q ,.-kiffww z .1 J: .V . 1 fQf1" f 55: ,I - '1'fiL551lf'4f'E'x1'fi?':'.'Ii-f, L- Q f T:k iXfP2:5'35 . we aff. , f E3 ff M . V INA. 1. kv.. k D , 9 73 H 'C V , Q4 1 ,oi Qin. L v y..L,u:. x ....me.....i I if 4, ,ggi W , ff" ' ff' ' 1, . 5 -l 1974-T5 Student Congress. STANDING: V. Pres. Stuart Haney, Pres. Rocky Nystrom, Parliamentarian Richard Greens See. of Honor Points Kris Newbery, Election Comm. jeff Light. SITTING: Sec.-Treas. janett Bern. NOT PICTURED Elee. Clerk Judy Powell, Elec. Clerk Shalu Woolery. 551 '- ' 12-:t . sn , 4, A2 . Amused by a remark from representative Tom Goering at an early morning Student Congress meeting are Katrina Alrc-cl and Penny Wil- son. 76 'ks Listening intently to a fellow StuCn member as he voices his opinion ata meeting is Rick Higgs, '7T. Representatives More Student Working with the constitution to try to make Student Congress an official government and trying to get more students involved were the main goals of StuCo this year. Some of the Charger activities sponsored by StuCo were The Walk for Mankind, Homecoming, varsities, Snow Ball and Queen of Courts. Thirty-five little school repre- sentatives were elected as a way of representing Chargers in StuCo. ABOVE Nervonsly awaiting their turns to make their speeches arm tht Stud: nt C ongrs ss c intl: cl itu TOP Taking time out to listen to a remark hy Richard Urs m nt is Pre s Ronin Nxstroin L T St :ring off into space is student rcpresentatix e Carol Gale 77 Honor Pep New To Chargerland Honor Pep was started this year as a way of getting more students involved. Members received points for participat- ing in certain events. Pep club sponsored a VVPA and the Queen of Courts dance, which was also a WPA. The club raised money by selling schedule hooks in the fall. They also collected seals from certain products to raise money for video tape equipment for the library. 1 it fn , 1 E s Q " X r S at FH is R gif 9 VN! fr lr ,ft S , an i 't' + 3 , s 2- ' ' ' ' r J 9 i K 25 Leading Charger studm-nts, the Spirit Squad adds vnthusiuwm tu the 1974 Hmm-coming Paradv. 1974-7:5 Girls' Pep Club officers arm' Mvlinrlu O'Dm-ll. wcrvturyg julie Brutun, treasurer: LuAnn M artin. presidmtg Sarah Camp bvil. vice-president ni avtivilivsg Laurie Brumn, publicity chuirniun. 79 ABOVE: Displaying a tray of Cruquc Mnmiour, sand- xi ir.-he-s solcl by Fri-nvli club, is spoumr M rs. jackie Curtis. RIGHT: joining the vwitvxiimlt of ilu' Horru-coming Pa- radv url- Booster Club and Pep Club rrwnilu-ra. ljuostvr Club raiwcl money to wuppurt thc' Churgvrs, The members of Catalina Club are, BAK ROW: Judy Powell, Kim Miller, julie Dodson. Mary Remboldt, Tammy Myers, Linda Lawson, Debbie White, jennifer Terrlll, Terri Har- ris. Deba Langston. SECOND BOW: Pam Brown. tephanie Terrill, julie Bruton, Penny Powell, Susie johnson, Cathy Campbell. DeeDe Hunt, Gwen Scott. KNEELINC: Laurie Bruton, Sarah Campbell, Debbie Dicus, Kathryn Triple-tt, 80 4 E f, Q 6 4 1 X AFS Members, SITTING: Elisia Webb, Mary Stauffer, Terri Harris. SECOND ROW: Denise Peet, Carmen Herrero, foreign student: Ann Ardis, Mrs. Smith, sponsor, BACK ROW: Robin Brooks, Sonya Falley. Hanging around the "West Side Storyu set are the Thespian members, an interna- tional student theater group, and sponsors, Mrs. Dovetnn and Mr. Ives. 6, Performing a dramatic reading of"Ann ofa Thnusand Days" is Carrie Schneider. 81 , , , , , , N,t. ,KA . . W V an ti' . Y ", " 1 1-.--75 if- , , 'tr ::ij,, ,, 3 ,- ' rx t Q-O FMCC Members. FRONT ROW: Don DeShazer, Sondra Clark, Frank Eschmann, Dean Yee, Kris Newbery, Diana Petro, Lyle Sinor, Rusty Greene. SECOND ROW: Jeanine Gilman, Penny Wilson, Debbie Essary, Suzanne Condon. Patti M abie, Lori Brow- nell, Rhonda Mangrum, Terri Blanton, Debbie Bratcher, Dee Dusharm. BACK ROW: Bruce Frazier, jon Allen, Mr. Poort, Spon- sor: Denise Dodson, Kathy Miller, Mrs. Campbell, Sponsor: Anita Miller. li g 'pn , , D. WUQQ5' N 1. , ' NT-A " 7 is fs 'K Showing off their winning float during the first animal Homecoming Pa' rade are some Spanish club members. FTA-SAE. SITTING: Mrs, lrey, Sponsorg Debbie Bratcher, Valeriu Bielslcer, Gail Blackburn. KNEELING: Sondra Clark, jan Andres, 82 Working on reports in the library are Tim Mt-Mahon and Beth Henning, '75, members of Latin Club. Clubs Served Many Interests American Field Service sponsored foreign students and sent American students abroad. Catalina Club learned basic synchronized swimming techniques and worked on routines. Future Homemalcers of America prepares students to be better homemakers. They also did service projects for the community. By listening to speakers and going on field trips, Future Medical Careers Club learned about medical professions. Foreigh language clubs, French. German, Latin and Spanish, helped students to learn about the language of another country. Future Teachers of America-Students action in Educa- tion was a club that tried to get teachers and students work- ing together. Timing and other jobs needed to run a swim meet were done by Coodtimers Club. Hostess Club ushered for the musical and plays at To- peka West. National Forensics League was a club for debate and speech participants. Working on the theater productions were Thespians. N Goodtimcrs Club, FRONT ROW: Kathy Burton, Cindy Hodges, Bella Moore, Susan Boldra, Donna M ellring. SECOND ROW: Mary janzen, Lisa Thorp, Patti Mabios, Terri Harris. Deba Langston. jaylene Wehmeier. BACK ROW: Debbie Baker, Melody Doole, Sheryl Wallace, Shari Apel. Connie Doclcer, Penny Irwin, Lori Brownell, Mrs. Becker, Sponsor. 83 FHA, FRONT ROW: Lori Lewis, Sondra Ekey, Becky Stewart, Paula Shimp, lan Hardacre, Janelle Exon, Nadine Lancas- ter, Sondra Clark. BACK ROW: Robin Brooks, joy Lilly, Sonia F alley. Sue,Conklin, Connie Conklin, Mari Coates, Jennifer jones, Cindy Krueger. Club activities were Father- Daughter Banquet and a party-for a Day Care Center. V 3 A -.- , f 6455, vi- Hostess Club. FRONT ROW: Kris Newbery, Dawn Highsmith, Dee Dusharm. SECOND ROW: Tammy Wachs, Becky Stew art, Suzanne Condon, Melody Doole. BACK ROW: Gail Blackburn, Elisia Webb, Susan Frydrych, Connie Calhoun. 84 I 5 x Q Interim III Produces Various Experiences Whether it was the inner peace of yoga or the rigorous action ofjudog the intense concentration of chess or the complete freedom of sky-divingg or maybe a look into broadcasting or law enforcement - students gained insight and varied experience through Interim Adventure III. Interim was changed from Thanks- giving week to three days during teachers' meeting week, and so of- fered a total break from routine. In- cluding 170 choices of both full-day and half-day activities, it exposed many views of vocational careers and acquainted students with various skills and a further general understanding of what the world has to offer. ABOVE: After observing "Green Thumb" methods, Mark Sohl tra: plants a cactus. RIGHT: During Interim Chargers got a chance to iq in exciting sports such as skydiving. ABOVE: Supervising the usual rush dur- ing Interim is Earl Williams. ABOVE RIGHT: Preparing to launch his model rocket is Dean Schaake. RIGHT: jay McClure and Linda Sanders watch the violin repair instructor, Rick Dolan. l as ,IA x BELOW: Crocheting isn't limited just to little old ladies as Faith Zotto, a student in the crncheting class. discov- ered, BOTTOM LEFT: Learning how to make sand can- dles was one of the activities in Wicks and Wax. XXX ABOVE: Doing her homework in the peace and quiet of the library is Dayna Bottomley. RIGHT: Adding posters tothe library helps keep it bright and cheerv. In Memory of Nancy Hall Durlng the summer of 1973 Nancy Hall a To peka West student who was a member of the class ol 75 was fatally shot In memory of Nancy her parents Mr and Mrs Bertel Hall donated S1 000 which was used to estab lish a collection of books and paintings for the To by Topeka artlsts were included in the memorlal collection Some of the books chosen deal wlth poet ry and anlmals because Nancy enjoyed these two areas Artist chosen were james Bass sculptor Royce Fleming Barbara Parks art teachers and pamters Galen Senogles Pauline Shlrer and Rebec ca Wrlght pamters THQSQ NYU' 1-Q, gg MEN s " IHTNDR ' EQEBLES wx S a ,A . MM so GLAD I yen ang Amt "k"H"-1 bunlu , w lsn.Afwfq A 1 nm.. .5 NSG. . VN" 1957 1973 peka West library, 35 books and six original works 7 s I 1 ' J 88 Librarians Care About Students Why is the Topeka West li- brary one of the most devel- oped libraries in Kansas? Pri- marily because the librarians care. Mike Printz and Miss Marcia Lundin take a personal interest in the students, needs. The biggest event of the year was receiving a 86,000 grant from the Shawnee County Bi- centennial Committee. The money ,was used to purchase materials for a unique two-hour Kansas history class being of- fered next year. The class will give students the opportunity to go out and visit actual land- marks in Kansas. 2' ABOVE: indulging herself in an interesting book is librarian Marcia Lundin. TOP LEFT: Adding the fin- ishing touches to his display is Bob McKee. LEFT: Preparing one of her animated films produced in the animated film workshop is Anita Miller. Art Students Show Creativity Art was possibly the one area in which students had the op- portunity to create projects re- flecting themselves. This year students expressed themselves in classes such as design, drawing, opaques, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and watercolor. Advanced classes were offered to seniors, allowing them to design and finish projects. "Individual growth is a goal of both students and teachersf' said Royce Fleming, depart- ment head. Students' works were dis- played at various shopping cen- ters, at Washburn University and at state-wide Scholastic Art Award Competition in Wichita. 5,r4- up f . r' .fri 1 it kg. ,. ,v 5 , , v --Q43 X, 7-sf!-21' 90 Getting prepared to fire her silver in jewelry class is Donna Werder, '76. 'fs '4 n'3. 1 r 1 -na -'Af LEFT: Smiling while she paints a still life in water color is Becky Stone, '75 "AQ u' lnstructing janet Baire, NTT, M r. jepson demostrates how to use a potting wheel. juniors Donna Mcffulley. Center, Niurla Michvll. fort-ground are also working with the whc-el. 91 LEFT: Busy working. Rusty Kvhcrlim-, '75, puts thv final polish on u silvvr cast ring. BELOW: Critically vxumining In-r nat:-r color portrait is junior 'I'vrvsu Low. .2 .,. .,.,,.?A...o Soldering a copper bracelet is Carol Mathews, '76, Senior Kim Springer calculates some figures on the adding machine during her office simulation class if Chargers Learn Business Skills "If you could learn to chew gum and walk at the same time, you could learn to typewritef, This facetious remark by business teacher hon bnaffer was an open invitation to the basic course offered by the Business Department. The first quarter of typewriting was consumed in learning the keyboard. The second quarter consisted of using the skills developed to type letters, tables and reports. Two classes taught by Charles Conklin were Forkner shorthand and Lester Hill office simulation. The sim- ulation, a part of office practice class, gave students a taste of true office employment. The Business Depart- ment also offered record keeping, per- sonal finance and accounting. Tallying company records on the adding machine during her office simulation class is Elisa Webb, '75. LEFT: Taking amomr-nt out from her assignment is joycc- Ecklund, '75, BELOW: Students of Hon Sliaffefs Accounting 1-2 class. janet Vaghts and Patty Matalone, are constantly pushing buttons and lwcping synchronized records of figures. ,l X LEFT: Successfully completing her typing assignment before the timer, Pegeen Murphy takes a satisfied look at her work, o-Tech Offers aried Training Cooperative Industrial Train- ing gave on-the-job training in fields such as laboratory assist- ance to auto repair. Two hours were spent in the classroom. One class reviewed skills to be used on the job, and the second class covered employee rela- tions and the understanding of job forms. Each student was required to work at least three hours a day and earned the min- ium wage. Vo-tech offered 24 classes, ranging from welding to nurses training, VVest students attend- ed classes half days on campus, then went to AVTS classes in their chosen vocation. 1, .I .ff ii ABOVE RIGHT: Busily stocking sliclvcs as part of his juli inthe CIT program is Rick XVciscr, '76, RIGHT: Prepar- ing for u future nccnputinn, Kenny McGill lcurns the techniques of welding at AVIS. ABOVE: Seth 'llmmayy '75, attempts to find an unsn 1-r to a puzzling prolmlc-in cnnccrning auto ineclninics while nn the job at AVTS. 94 i' "'.....'.g-.,"-'1- Q5 ,f '44 1-fi ix 4'r,,. q,, 1-,ff vqm K ll"'...,,,, ABOVE: While Mrs. Dana Hensley packs as she prepares to leave, some ofthe debate squad wish her future luck. BELOW: Practicing their skills is debate, Craig Templeton and Tom Saville, '76, discuss the strategy they are planning lo use in this year's topic. Debaters 4th In State Meet With the effort of more than sixty debaters, twice as many as last year, and with the advice of Mrs. Dana Hensley, debate coach, the squad won 81 awards including first place at the 4A District Tournament. Plac- ing fourth, Topeka West was repre- sented by Clee Arnold, joel Gin- sparg, jeff Light and William Weissbeck. The 1975 debate topic was " Re- solved: That the United States should significantly change the method of selecting the presidential and vice-presidential candidates." 96 vii, I . 'vw Getting down to the point is debater Tom Saville. Displaying the trophy won in the 4A Regional Debate Tournament are, FRONT ROW: William weissbeck, Glee Arnold, BACK ROW: Jeff Light, Mrs. Dana Hensley, joel Ginsparg. Preparing, packing and putting on the finishing touches to their materials for the coming State Debate Tournament held at Washburn University are the debate squad. 97 ,N L, .iii ig " 1" gb "l9""tW " 'femnoitq QSAQRQ' sl fi-1 L,D1'S' sf lax 4 l 'fb--S 'bas' ' W F, Ma X ,W Mlfgi' . fi u QM' 2 : r f? ' -if'vi'i? ,' 1 -an fyi: f ' , V, U I ,, N 'N z 'P ' , L-. . W Ll gf , Q . Q- F wh' E ' X ' ff Z' 'F 5 kg, 4 Q . . ,1 N " L ,. 5 f x fu 55 is N V 4 ' ' .3 -,, ' n Q s' With a wicked smile on her face, Debbie Waddle glances at her notebook to help her with her assignment while other classmates look on. BELOW: Acting as the leader of the pack. M r. Misner in the fun with the class members in an exciting and vigorous game: i Languages Offer New Experiences Speaking in a strange language, practicing foreign customs, and eating traditional foods were just a few of the activities of the foreign language classes. Topeka West offered four lan- guages, French, German, Spanish and Latin. Each language was available at four different levels. First year students gained a general knowledge of the language through vocabulary, spelling bees and simple conversations. Students explored the language in greater depth the second year. As the understanding increased, so did the many activities. German students sponsored Oktoberfest, a German festival, while French classes attended the play "L'Avare" in Kansas City. Taking a moment from the German class mu- tine to chat with a friend is Sherri Stewart. Home Economics Becomes Coed Whoever thought home eco- nomics would become a coedu- cational course? At Topeka West it did. The young men learned to cook and live as a bachelor. This was a new begin- ning of home ec in Charger Country. Cooking offerings included International Foods and ad- vanced food classes. Many stu- dents learned about the devel- opment of children and home decoration. Tailoring class was added to the departmenfs curriculum. Donna Haen. a student teacher for Home Decoration ' aids Karen Kohn, '76, in designing a final project Mr-s. Pressman helped students while they made cardboard foundations for cookie houses which were given to KNI, Stormont-Vail and Preshxterlan Manor 100 nz-'Sin i ig I LEFT: Vicki Ohlcy and Rhonda Kuhlman grab for seconds while Becky Hoots quickly drinks her beverage. BELOW! Teachers enjoy a dinner planned especially for them, The dinner was put on by lhe girls in Foods 3-4. if 4 , Q Lt 4 , LEFT: While being assisted by Mrs. Shcroff, Sondra Ekey, '75, constructs a floor plan in Home Decoartion. ABOVE: For a faculty dinner put on by Foods 3-4, Lori Andcrson, '76, carefully sets the table. 101 Industrial Arts Skills Acquired Coming out ofthe loud din of machinery and voices in the industrial arts classes this year were many ingenious projects besides the required jewelry or tool boxes. These classes, including woodshop, metal shop, mechin- ical drawing and welding, gave students experience and a basic idea of how things were manu- factured. With an understanding of the basic principles, students were led to more advanced tech- niques and an idea of how to use the skills acquired. Skillfully positioning a sheet of metal for sawing is Mike Cosser Vt orking on his first required project in Woods 1, a jewelry box made from the students choice of wood, is sophomore james Shimp, ABOVE: Using the drill press on his woodshop project is Greg Snyder. Sanding a coffee table in woodshop class is Pat Thomas, '75, one ofthe numer ous women who invaded the industrial arts classes this year. 103 ' N . x X' xg, , tx ff i, "" N ' N M ' iw N lv 'Y Y v Y: 'Q " 5 - Y it' r. al, , sf' if Rb.: I? Mx a '5 1, 42 H iii? in N5 W " Y.2??.Qi": Q' W 437' 5? ' Q. 53 X In 5 -'Q ws. Q' . X 4 r' v R Q xl s, xx -'IZ A xl.. 1' 5 yAyW fli, m,Q3x!,f, 1 Qs: ,x y at 1 'B AL XJ K U Q y l r xg 1, X f I 4 ' m W ,w-P155 xv F X XVNXEX q q 'J 'I F ks' X - 1 1. mf' . A L K X qw-nf X X, x B V-M 'ALL-xqej A 'lg x2'Lm14li.L A WX X R V gl' W ., , ,, "' """1-v. iw nz, , ,WH EFT: Counting the beats ofthe music to instruct the various instruments when to come in is jim Sellards, nd director, ABOVE: The Charger Band, led by drum major Tim MCM ahon, takes a break from their music they enjoy the day while participating in the Homecoming Parade. 105 'i With a big smile. band member Dave Love takes time out to model the new band uniform. WT mf' i g 'WW ' 44 N fvl . 0 Q -..,x.-,' ' W1 s MIM i, .Y xy' . C,- B 'Q Q QI, N ii "' Q A 5 '!. 1'xl A ' 1 i 3'x , 1 " Y w w - , 1 , ' ,, W 4 , X , 1 Y N . V V,.,, J' 7 1 "SEI" 5 Q Mix QW' I hi" '.Wi f7 ,S,f h nnUfr ,I , ,fff'f,ff. 'Q Q -H. yr 'ff 1 xi nv. 1JmMwBJd' QW 'xv '2 1, ,f 1 .l 'L' wikfwi 1+ x ' 43 Xing li ,..1, n --...-.i guuiinulu 3 I l Qian. zlpnkl 3 3 I E :Q 5 is 3 if A' . 3 ' We ii' wf-, A, u ..o,.,,,.......m,..... ff: 1 A Topeka West Studio Band. AT PIANO: Dee Dee Driver, Kathy Burton. FRONT ROW: Steve Burnett, Brad Wayman, Alan Leger, Bill Moore, Mark Rob- f'l'!S, lim Davis. David Klwll. Mark Lawson, BACK ROW: Deba Langston, Lewis Lawson, Eddie Lawson, Sheldon Litwin, Kirk Winkler, Tim Thomas, Mark Coker, Darrel Alonzo, Mr. james Sellards, director. NOT PICTURED: jurgen Straub. Topeka West Stage Band. FRONT ROW: Dee Dee Driver, jeff Grace, Pat Williams, Chad Cherry, Brock Booher, Gayle Cowger, SECOND ROW: David Lundry, jay Chamberlain. Randy Hewitt, Steve Gaylean. BACK ROVV: Mike Pierce, Bruce Schulte. Brett Wiley, Dennis Ander- son, john Selzer, john Meyer jr., Darrell Alonzo, john Gilman, Mr. Carr, Mr. Sellards. 107 RIGHT: Diligvnlly working on ai pam' layout for the Caunpum Yii-yy are Duanv Pvtvrson, 'TG and LL-sliv Guild. '75, BELOVV' Indexing and writing vuilinvs arv Sandy Twuncy and Bvcky Stonu. .4-4 1. 1 4 Y, gy, in 5 ui ABOVE: Working on yearbook szilvs is junior Mary' Dor- YPH- RIGHT: Studing page layout for an edition of the Campus View is co-editor Anita Miller. 'Tfi 108 I' a Working through distractions, Diane Kroosvh- en, co-editor, crops yearbook pictures. ,:""'r ,ill - Chargers Learn journalism Skills VVriting outlines and copy, worrying about deadlines, and striving towards journalistic goals were some of the respon- sibilities carried through by the Chevalier and Campus View staffs. The 1975 Chevalier neared completion on a day by day ba- sis under the leadership of Di- ane Kroeschen and Cynthia Rischer. The Campus View staff cov- ered school events and outside student interest stories un- der the editorship of Anita Miller and Mary Teresa Doyle during the first semister. Bar- bara Shirky and Leslie Guild took over as co-editors for the second semester. T5-., Rn V LEFT: tVith plenty of enthusiasm, Eddie Ber- ger goes about the tedious task of delivering newspapers. ABOVE: The Campus View stuff is ncvupied busily ussvrnbling nn-xx spupvrs. ns. Language Arts Offers Variety "To learn to communicate in society and to understand and to appreciate the written lan- guagen were two purposes of language arts courses. Composition 1,2,3, introduc- tion to Hterature, creative xvrh- ing, grammar and research, and accelerated reading were among the 33 language arts courses taught by 15 teachers. The courses were designed "to help the student to become more aware of the possibiblities ,,:s- of languagef, said Miss Patty Penner The photographer utilized thc literary and photo- graphic technique of hyperbole when she shot this pic- ture of jim Sliermoen in Composition class. ,. ' X N 3 . 5 'r wav F,,' F V 5? ' ' ia m J A i l Q ff-' Qi 1? Improving her reading skills in Miss Ham's developmental reading class is Cynthia Holland. 'TT 110 BELOW: Looking amused is Barry Fetzer, while Kevin Tietze waits for his question to be answered. ABOVE: Seeking aid and advice from a friend is Rose Howard. Be- yond, M rs. lrey answers a question put to her by a student. ABOVE: A few members in Mr. Fernkopfs' discussion class chuckle at an amusing incident while others look on. LEFT: Putting her creative writing skill to good use is sophomore Tina Hoover. 111 Charger Math Classes ultiply Most people consider mathe- matics as one big puzzle, but for those in the new Mathematics as a Human Adventure puzzles were used to solve mathemati- cal theorems. Mrs. Ruth Lichtenstern, Mathematics Department chairman, said H Enrollment has really gone up this year. We have two classes of Computer Math, which Mr. Cladfelter teachesf' The department proposed some changes 'for next year. They will try to individualize mathematics by allowing stu- dents to study in one special field. 1 Steven Ripper, '77 trying to complete his geometry asa signment, seems to he unsuccessful in keeping his mind on the subject. ,...... 4 .l Two ambitious sophomore algebra students, Elizabeth Irwin and Donnie Henderson, lend as- sistance to one another in the completion of their assignment for the day. - - ' ,awww HE1?s1f2f.- s :'TfwyT'Jf .age 5 '. ,f'Eff,l W 1 1 I With an attentive expression on his face, john Ensley. '76, takes time out to listen to the final instructions of M rs. Rogers. .L ma mr, "' 2 kg .Gb Q . .f-'ff i P3 is 3 . Phys Ed Classes Keep In Shape Girls' physical education classes were headed by two new teachers, Mrs. Cindy Boyles and Mrs. Peggy Marmet. Their program stressed helping individuals know why physical activity and exercises were important as well as knowing how to perform them. i'The girls were tested in the areas of cardi-vascular fitness, muscular strength and endur- ance and flexibility. Students were retested at the end of the year to determine improve- mentf' said Mrs. Boyles. Boys, phys ed participated in activities such as badmitten, handball, shuffleboard, and soccer. Mr. Allen and Mr. Swartz were joined by new ar- rival Mr. Wright. HX. 631 Participating in a highly competitive game of "run-and gun," Sophomore boys learn the basic principles of basketball and a vague idea of team spirit and cooperation in physical education. l l ABOVE: Smiling is girls' physical education teacher Peggy Marmet. RIGHT: Practicing vol- leyball skills in gym are sophomores, Z 114 -vu-.1 Duzlopnig .ind prachuny, football SLIIIG during phi s L d il ixs is suplioninrm Nh xi I icuhs Q4 AA in Wi i S if Learning the variz-ty of techniqnvs involved in fencing. nnv of the inany sports taught in girls' phys ed this year, are Anita Miller and Kathryn Triplvtl. 115 Linda Laird. '77, and Sharon Baclterman, '77, carefully attempt a crayfish disscc tion. one ofthe many aspects of biological study taught this year. Science Classes Talk To Plants 'KMy, you sure look green today." This might have been a familiar statement in the ap- plied botany class as students took on the new fad of talking to plants to encourage growth. Students raised a variety of plants and learned to make at- tractive floral arrangements which they loaned to offices and classrooms. Other science-related classes were physics, astronomy, hu- man ecology, chemistry, video tape production, human anato- my and physiology and biology. 116 Human ecology, taught by Dave Umbarger, is one of the wide vari classes offered to West students in the field of science. X- vt Y K X Enthusiastically, Terri Whitney and john Weaver experiment with various astronomy calculations. f ,fl TOP: Ronnie Clark and Leslie Green supply life-giving water to plants in botany. ABOVE: Tediously unrav- Marty Bohl, '75 wonders where the lines elling a cow's inner secrets, M r. Poort's physiology class carefully dissects her leg bone. of force in a coil are, 117 L ul Students listen to Bill Dinges discuss aspects of human behavior in psychology, one ofthe wicle variety of classes offered in the field of social studies this year, Historical alue In New Classes A weekend trip to various his- torical sites in Kansas was one of the activities planned by the Kan- sas history students. Kansas histo- ry was offered as a new class in the Social Studies Department at Topeka West. In addition there was a variety of nine-week and semester cours- es to choose from. Classes ranged from history classes to psychology and human relations. Required courses in the depart- ment were U.S. History 1 and 2 and US government. X it-' 1 N 1 ' . 4 5? X ,.- ...hu e-f 'T Q11-rv ' . . g A One ofthe 13 social studies instructors, Reeta Alcins, concen trates on evaluating assignments during US history. 118 Pansing for a brief moment from taking notes in psycholo- gy students gaze dreamily into space. as-4 f W, ja ,M . 4' Students attentively listen to Dean Martin. sitting in his usual relaxed position, as he lectures the class concerning World VVars l and 2. ABOVE: Students take notes as Earl Williams points out important events in American history. LEFT: Listening with intense interest to a students remark about a psychological idea is Margaret Fowler. 119 I The SOPh wmore Chorus. FRONT ROW: Kathy Pflaum, Teresa Koontz. jon Phelps, Robbie Bond, Lori Flake, Sally Pringle BACK ROW Amy Vi llllf'l'5 Sh itell C athy Neptune, jim Miller, jim Shermoen, Natalie Butler. Rose Howard, Music Involves Many Students Lovely music came floating out of the vocal music room, located in the south hall of A Building. Its sources were the Topeka West Singers, Chora- laires, Chamber and Charger Choir, and Boys', Girls, and Mixed Choruses. They were under the direction of Forrest Davidson. The Choralaires wore long burgundy dresses. Singers out- fits consisted of long red dresses and white dinner jackets with black slacks. 'Ph , , , -f' -'ff' We 'eva CQ 2, '51 1 1 vg"i 'g'g.i, 5,5 5 vi b 113 :Sf mf V Q 'E M nm M fly 5 as nr ,fi , I I Q . 4 Af we 1" m Q -- ' ' jp . . if ' x f ' 'Q , 2 " V -7 v X . ' . A 1 , 1 . 5 'N 4 D A x f, fl J I "N .-'R' ki 7 ' W gf v , Q g n ,' , K n ,, f. ' 5 ' '- ff, 4. TI If 533 ij C35 M Q fx: ru! , n- 1 11 l ifjli. L' , li uit! junior-Senior Choir: FRONT ROW: Cindy Peterson, Kathy Burton, Linda Keller, Greg Bothwell, Cindy Gibbs, Mary jansen, Carrie Wirth. BACK ROW: Tamara Wachs, Kathy Zima, Sue Conklin, jay Coates, Kevin Cummings, Debbie Dunn, Suzanne Boldra, M rs. Char Dirks. Choraliers: FRONT ROW: Sally Dultimeier, Nadine Lancaster, Tara Merkel, Rose Howard, Stephanie Terrill, Susan Frydrych, Kathy Neptune, Kristi Icengole, Ia'ye Bergmann, Mrs. Char Dirlcs, SECOND ROW: Debbie Blaske, Lore Flake, Carrie Schneider, jan Hardacre, Linda Nabaza, Sally Pringle, Cindy Peterson, Cindy Gibbs, Karen Billinger, THIRD ROW: Ianelle Exon, Lucy Bales, Liz Irwin, Natali Butler Terri Blanton, Ginger War- ren, Teresa Koontz, Loris Coltz, Deeftnn Dursharm, BACK ROW: Mary Jansen, Suzanne Boldra, Debby Dunn, Sara Whitlow, Renee Swick, Dathy Allen, Kristi Clindenbeark, Robin Williams, Sue Conklin, Kathy Zima, Shen- tell Auffait. 124 n n r Topeka West Charger Boys' Choir: jim Tuchscherer, jim Shermoen, Kevin Cummings, Robbie Bond, Steve Nicklin, Rusty Greene, Greg Bothwell, jon Phelps, jay Coates, Kathy Pflaum. 125 Drivers Head For The Road As people were seen fleeing from the streets to an area of safety, the driver education car could be seen in the distance. Many students took the driver education class that Topeka West offered. The class required 12 hours simulator, 3 hours of driving, and 30 hours of classroom. Teachers were john Griehat and jack Wiley. Driver education teachers spent a lot of time teaching new road signs and road markings. The classes were also taught about maintenance and care of their cars. LL jack Wiley gives two anxious students a few last minute warnings and instructions hefore venturing out into the lively world ofdriving. Actual driving helped to boost students' confidence. 4-., .Alf-5 ABOVE: Concentrating on her machine, Terri Sneden skillfully steers her simulator RIGHT: Mr. VVinegar's class learns good driv- ing habits through the use of the simulators. ,J I' -. A. ,a, A 1. qv ,Ju . , qw-,. 0 1 '. 1 w '-'Fifi wi V , 'f" 'Zi .,,l if if s ,,,, 2' N f' . ez,-?'5,'j,? f . ' :If ffis - ,.. ':, :N'f' " . . II 1' , if L s,,, gf? 1 fi-f 5' :JV Qi!! 3 rg 2 'AL' ,lf C fl! IF' " 35 A' .1 , if . . wi F4 . MW J , ., , 7 RN. rf t.,' X 'lr 'v Tx Y X4 7 , 3 N , N 1? X, 9 ,. H.-v, 4 7 T is " I 4 , 'ii Y xi 2 'ri A 1974 Homecoming queen candidate, Vicki Obley, and her escort. Billy Pryor, stand patiently at the assembly. if Y t While being introduced as a Homecoming queen can- didate, Leslie Green gazes into the audience. .f wuz. , NX-N, l 'Q-V A. fs - Q. xx 'f " , ' ' . X-X , V .. , , KK, . 1 . "- ' X I VW., ,. -' Heading the 1974 Homecoming Parade with a banner are the A Team cheerleaders. The parade includes floats from various clubs, Charger band, drill team and the queen candidates with their escorts, 128 harger Singers serenaded the three queen candidates, Lori Bruton. Vicki Obley and Leslie Croc-n, at the lomecoming assembly. Theme of this ye-ar's Homecoming was Reflections of the Past. CHARGE! KILL 4 Vicki Obley, thrilled by the announcement of being named as the 1974 Topeka West Homecoming queen, was crowned at halftime cert-monies during the Shawnee Mission Northwest football game. 129 Lori Bruton is escorted by Ed Degan during halftime at Homecoming at Moore Bowl. Floats Highlight Royality Parade "Reflections of the Past," 1974 Homecoming, saw the first Homecoming parade. It featured floats that competed for prizes for most colorful, most original and most spirited. French Club, Spanish Club and debate squad each won 815. Senior Vicki Obley was crowned queen at the football game with Shawnee Mission Northwest. Her attendants were Leslie Green and Lori Bruton, '75, The Chargers lost the game, 20-14. Fortress pro- vided the music for the Queen and her attendants. Vicki Obley Homecoming Queen , 1 X .- at I f . . I 'ik . . i Laurie Bruton Attendant Leslie Green Attendant ABOVE: Pausing a moment to smile into the camera are ean- didates Bill Myers and jennifer Terrill. 1974 Snow Ball Called 'Success, uChristmas in Central Park: 1890's" was the theme of the 1974 Snow Ball dance. The dance, which was held in the gymnasium, was attended by approximately 300 Chargers. Strolling into Central Park over a bridge spanning a bah- bling brook, Chargers were in- vited to an evening of dancing to the music of Class Apple. As the Chargers walked into the romantically lighted Park, they were guided through the sidewalks by lighted lamp- posts. As the dance came to its close, the Chargers slowly crossed over the bridge back into reality. Leading l974 Snow Ball King Marlin Berry and Queen Rita Hume are Terri Misner and Tim Beymer. RIGHT: Being serenaded hy the Topeka VUL-st Singers during the Snow Ball assembly are Sara Campbell and jeff Bakalar. 132 M"-54. 'EQ 214 in i .V rf: as I M X .E N CENTRAL P Z' VL Ar' I . J x" ' F527 , G Q x x N-1 Y -3 A i , v., 5 . . X Bw an 0- f " 'm2 in 1 V H3 f ' ', jg Q ,. , 4'fk. V ,Q fxf A! 1 ,- , if li 4 5 I A . JI Snow Ball Royalty Becky james Ed Degan wsu X, 5. U! . Q by 'I Ut 7 'S Karen Heckathorn Mike Schmidt H4 J! v 1' Jennifer Terrill Bill Myers Ax: Mary Waddell Bull Pryor .ff r ag d l i' xr 1 . .Ti - i, .ii W , 'Y' ei' g ' J :S 3 Sarah Campbell jeff Bakalar 1 2 x 1 5 4- ak N e as Q 7-f '- ABOVE: During halftime ceremonies, candidate Mary Teresa Doyle is being escorted by jerry O'Hara. RIGHT: At the announcement of being queen, jill Ecremenl glances at her escort, Randy English, as Debbie Kroeker and Rocky Ny strnm look on. 136 QQ ' 1 bf ff! ,ff,Af 11 f 1"- X kfx Cf, 'ff fsAAA'No, I xAA OA .RA A A AAA Drill Team rests in a crown formation during Queen of Courts halftime. While being introduced, candidate LuAnn Martin and escort Steve Knoll follow other candidates and Pep cluh officers in the gym. Standing with her escort. Runcly' English. jill lferement happily receives the Queen of Courts crown from her fa- ther. Chargers Enjoy 6 Festivities Moving to the music of Hivlike Ford and Dovef, To- peka West women and their dates enjoyed the activities of the 1975 "Queen of Courtsf' During the halftime of the game with Shawnee Mission West, jill Ecrement was crown- ed queen and reigned over the festivities with attendants MaryTeresa Doyle and LuAnn Martin. After the game, the couples went to the dance in the cafeteria, decorated to the theme of "Horizons", to spend a fun evening of dancing and talking with friends. Hopefully becoming a memorable occa- sion. . J' N., 1111 Ecrement -- + ' " MM.. Queen Of Courts ' 138 139 il 3, W xkff R ' 2 .LY Q4 14, X Q, ,, 2,1 D254 2' if 1 X f 1' 1 Xf f ia, , thi ' Liga ' 'Alu 34' 451 1 Aveligq A4 ,J 'Cx .J+'w? Q A? I A ?- .Q vw Q-,.,eh if-Th ' J 5 ,gf J vw. lik. ' Q, I X - 51 Q 'f Nw' , .nf V bfa. 'fx 4 ,A ' , 92,5 4312? 'EL X if, We 'Ais- isis-gawrq - ,I J! 5'-531 frig - " - ' lk Q ,fikwv-' -15 .1u,,.,.M.,-giivf X gig 2 yi? gg 'GF .3 451 9, Gig' mar' 51 tg 5 K 'Wm 41 al 1 .X U! 4 fv , w '4 u Topeka West B Team Cheerleaders FROM LEFT I uAnn Fernkopf Rachel Vlard Kathy Alonzo, Debbie Hawkins, Kelly Smith. The sophomore cheer leaders promoted and encouraged spirit throughout sophomore basketball and football games they also attended the varsity sports. junior Varsity ew To West New to Topeka West were the junior Varsity cheerleaders, consisting of senior and junior girls. The team was established to assist A Team and represent the Chargers at events not pre- viously attended by West cheer- leaders. Leading cheers, smiling and showing true Charger spirit were this year's A Team cheer- leaders. The team, composed of one senior and six juniors, cheered at varsity football and basketball games, swimming and cross country meets. Encouraging the sophomore athletic squads was the goal of the B Team cheerleaders. The five girls also helped lead cheers at the varsity games. junior Varsity Cheerleaders. FRONT TO BACK: Susv Barnett ane Recd, Debbie Owen, Becky james, Cindy Blaylock These girls sup- port the sports of wrestling, volleyball and gymnastics Drill Team. FRONT ROWQ Amy Barber, julie Cress, Bonnie Delong, Andy Bielsker, Debbie Hawkins, jennifer jackson, Martha Sohl. Donna Wagarnan, julie Bruton, SECOND ROW: jane Reed, Beth Beiseeker. julie Dod- son. Kathy Alonzo, Fiaehel Ward. Dwayn Harrison, Lu,-Xnn Fernkopf, Stephanie Terrill, Karen Southall, Lisa Broughton, Lisa Beyiner. jerri Bontrager, Lisa Arone. THIRD ROW: Lori, Frank, Kristi Clinlcenbeard, Cindy Newstrorn, Debbie Owen, Kathryn Triplett, Melinda O'clell, Lori Wiltfang, Kris Hanley. Diane Anderson, Cindy Blaylock. joni Dearing, Cindy Mcl"eeters, Kelly Smith, Shala Woolery, Diane Nurse. MISSING: Mary Dorrell, Marci Crum. Bev Westbrook. J.. is ,aas r j' in B i . , 0 - - . - 5'f1',.l -L: , , L it J v 'N Q -3: 6 3 .1 . 3 s' 2 ' 1.6. L ' G 6 L L 5 iff: Entertaining at halftime during basketball gam were girls' Drill Team members. 142 O N, ar-r Drill Team Adds To School Spirit For the first time Drill Team was offered as a class - and the result was a more unified team and a greater variety of rou- tines. "Rock Salt," "Kansas City" and "Mame" were among the many tunes the 40 girls performed to. Clad in traditional purple and white, Drill Team enter- tained at home basketball and football games, the Homecom- ing parade and the KU Band Day. Mrs. Linda Rogers, who re- signed after her fifth year, taught the class and devoted additional hours to team pro- jects such as a bake sale and Christmas Grams. Drill Team forms a circle during a halftime routine at M oore Bowl during a halftime routine is Fernkopf, '77. Drill Team members participate inthe Homecoming parade along with the Topeka West Charger band. ut UOIIIIIE participants in a skit performed bv the junior Class during an assembly in September to promote the f ctnitx tickets is Niatt Boatwriqhl Asemblies Help Charger Spirit For a rest during a busy day, assemblies were attended with enthusiasm by Topeka West students. Raging from prominent po- litical figures to the traditional Homecoming, Snow Ball and Queen of Courts assemblies, a variety of subjects were cov- ered to keep student interest. Former Kansas City Chief linebacker Willie Lanier spoke to students on "Born To Winf, Mrs. Martha Keys, later elected U.S. Representative, explained her political platform to stu- dents. Pep assemblies and athletic assemblies upheld the sports and spirit aspect of school life. Music and theater depart- ments also sponsored special assemblies for the benefit of students. r,.,, Y Mk In an assembly two students from each class were to sing the school song, but only seniors Laurie Marvin and Richard Greene could do it. 144 Receiving a box of Cheer from Mary Waddell during the Something Big assembly is Brian Dion. The sophomore class lost in the spirit chain contest between the classes. E .ar s "4 Z' 1 Introducing the Wizard of West during the ac- tivity ticket assembly is Cindy' McF'eeters. A ,f"""'k't 3 www, 'Fi sl Q W i ABOVE: After the annual fall sports assembly, a few of the athletes cume out carrying cakes. 145 Vampires Invade Charger Land The first fall play, "Drac- ula," was produced from an adaptation by Phil Crecian, '66, who works with the Topeka Bath House Players at Cage Park. The play, which dwells on the terror and suspense of vam- pires, required four weeks to rewrite and two weeks to polish. In the words of the play- wright, who saw the last show- ing, "It was a very good high school perform ance." The play was directed by Mrs. Mary Doveton and Jay Ives. CAST Brian Evans ................ Dr. Abraham Van Helsing Rocky Nystrom ............. Dr. Jack Seward David Lundry ...... Williams Mitch Burd ......... Renfield Carrie Schneider ....... Birdie Mark Seward .... john Harker Anne Trulove . . . Mina Harker Carolyn O'Dell ............. Lucy Westenra Richard Shermoen .......... Count Dracula Mary Doveton ....... Director jay Ives . . Technical Director Ann McNeer Student Director - I i ABOVE: Holding the audience spellbound, Dracula praises . I X I his magnificent and uw:-some power. RIGHT: Attempting to . analyze his patient, Renfield, is Dr. jack Seward, "'1 ' Patti Reed, '76, assists Brian Evans, '75, in applying his make-up as Dr. Abraham Van Helsing in the first fall play presented by Topeka West Theater Players in October. 146 ABOVE: Stagecraft student Roze Cochrane, '76, helped in the "Dracula" set construction. BELOW: As Dracula admires Lucy Weslenra, Holm and Mina Harker watch nervously. Frantically, Renfield tries to convince Dr. Abraham Van Helsing that he does not belong in the insane asylum, 147 , w,. , ,M 4 Q od 514 N ,X x Q. . ,sam x ,xx 11 wg.. 2 E ' E 'J gl J ....-- J' . f .4 Discussing arising problems concerning witch- craft are the Rev. Hale and 'Thomas Putnam. F-SQ K ,xg axtn 'Inky The Rev Hale talks to patient Betty Parris, who is in a trance being possessed by demons. 149 i'Crucible,' Tries Salem Witches The hysteria and panic of the Salem witchcraft trials was felt once again as the theater de- partment presented Arthur Milleris "The Crucible" on November 22 and 23. The skill- ful efforts of both the cast and crews helped to produce a real feeling of hectic nervousness, which depicted the grim days in Salem. Based on actual trial records of the proceedings, the play gave viewers a greater his- torical awareness and at the same time allowed the audience to spend an enjoyable evening. THE CRUCIBLE CAST Reverend Parris Betty Parris .... Tituba ...,.... Abigail Williams Susanna VVolcott Mrs. Ann Putman . . Thomas Putman Mercy Lewis . . . Marv Warren . . john Proctor . . . Rebecca Nurse . Giles Cory ..... Reverend john Hale .... . . . Elizabeth Proctor . . Francis Nurse . . . . . john Stewart . , Debbie Floyd ... Sally Finney .... Carol Gale ... Becky Sisk ..,., Patti Reed . . David Lundry . Kay Billingsley ... Ann McNeer . , Todd Walters Karen Langsforrl Steve Lundblade . . . john Weaver . . . Stacy Perdue .. , Paul Horney Ezekiel Cheever . . . .... Toni Tuchscherer Marshal Willard ............,.. Rick Starkey judge Hatliorne .......,...... . Dave Love Deputy Coverner Danforth ...... Bob Shrake Sarah Good ................. Terri Hermann Hopkins ... ..,.,......... Steve Werder DIRECTORS Director ,,...... . . . . Mary Doventon Technical Director . ....,.... jay Ives Student Director. . , .... jordan Hanna -rg ,ff If Xfk A1 w X '52, 1 s Ns f . 0 '. 1 '59 N "f.P"1,'Z'lt" :nv LEFT: Singing "jet Song" are Baby john and ACA tion, BELOW: Tony and Maria perform their own wedding ceremony with "One Hand, One Heart." 1 ' 4 il' , I -. Q -1-1 . 1 47 X , , 23, Q . ' 4 4, .I.. - Jr . ,Yagi i . vflvfi 3 ! ' v Deep in a wondering concentration about the rumble is the ex-leader ofthe street gang called the jets. 151 :X N .fhl X 3 9 el l. '. n, N . '.k .41 i', Q iw' 4 f' 33" fl T.. .ax . mf L in ? A ggi 0..- ag' ag,-W . ,elm ' The jets leader, Riff, tries to compost the gang by singing " Stay Cool, Boy." 153 Riff ,.... Action ..... Diesel , . . . Snowlmy , . . Big Deal ..-- Nloutlipiece . . A-Rab .. ,,. Baby john ... Gee-Tar . . . Bernardo .. Chino ..... Anxious . . . Pape .... lndio .... Toro .... juane ......, Moose ....... Officer Krupke . Lt. Schrank .. Anybodys , . . . Tony ',.... Anita ..... Maria ...... Clad Hand . . . Velma ...... Graziella ... Minnie . . . Pauline . . . Clarice , . . Rosalia ..... Cnnsuelo ... Teresita .... Fransisca , .. Estella ..... Margarita .... Doc ....., THE CAST DaveLuve . . Brian Evans . . . Pat McCoy . . . David Lundry . . . . . Tom Delaney' .. . jim Tuchscherer BobShake ,....... Steve Nicklin . .. Chris Winterscheid . . . . . . . Todd Walters . . , Richard Greens .,.....DeanYee .. . Chad Rhodes .... Mark Sohl BobBond ... Rusty Greene . . . ........,. Mitch Ady . . .... Kevin Carpenter . . . .... Tom Tuchscherer .... Carrie Schneider .,. . Richard Shermoen ..... Melanie Martin ....... Carol Cale ...jordan Hanna . . . Marci Crum . . Laurie Marvin ...... Leslie Green .,.. Nancy Corman .... Beth Beisecker ,... Kathy Rabin ...Carolyn Odell . . Amy Winters ...... Becky Sisk . . . Nancy Brown ..., Kris Newberry . . . Rocky Nystrom Let,s G0 To The Hop l , - ,-A"'7Qp L. ,sr- D- 5 9 dui 4- 155 Work Calls Use Charger Talent Behind the many productions and activities at Topeka West are the unheralded tasks done during work calls. For "Dracu- la," "The Crucible," and espe- cially for the musical "West Side Story," students combined their talents and craftmanship in building the sets and setting up light design. Students also used their artis- tic ability to decorate for Homecoming, Snow Ball, Queen of Courts, and the Iu- nior-Senior Prom. Working at the different tasks provided students with useful experience and helped to bring everything to a successful completion During a Snow Ball work call Melinda O dell helps Krissy jones to paint background scenery A Ti' ABOVE: Lisa, M r. Dinges' daughter, takes a break and shows off her new shoes to her fellow Chargers at the Queen of Courts work call. RIGHT: The stagecraft class, under the direction of M r. Ives, readies the set for the" Dracula" performance. 1 4' ,.-- 'af 5 3 . , gk 2 ?Q 4 ' 5 mp ,gg 'fav 158 fr N E I' s Q X , if . xx? Q -A, my H-4 5 f - uypwg, I ...-.. . 5 ' W3 ' ' 'Y 'N . , n 'M - X rv. J qw-M Ln!! Q gs if 159 Iii.: il Chargers Capture State Title Topeka West cross country coach joe Schrag had every rea- son to be optimistic about the 1974 season. The entire team that captured fourth in the state in 1973 was returning for anoth- er season. His runners didn't let him down. They swept every meet and brought the title of State Champions to Topeka West. The Chargers placed first of nine teams in their first meet, the Wamego Invitational. In the Emporia Invitational they took the first six places, beating three other teams for first. In the Topeka West Invita- tional, all seven Charger run- ners finished in the top 10, with senior Bill Myers finishing sec- ond to lead the team. Myers was also the top run- ner for the Chargers in the next two meets, the Marysville Invi- tational and the junction City Invitational, which West won to remain undefeated. ABOVE: junior Randy Kinder braces himself against the cold wind at the state meet in Salina. RIGHT: Coach joe Schrag accepts tht- -4A State Championship trophy. FAR RIGHT: Running in first place, senior Tom Vernon leads tht- team to victory in thc city mcet at Seaman. The city meet was no contest as the Chargers took the top seven places. The Sunflower League meet was only slightly more difficult as the Chargers took five out of the top 10 spots, winning the league title for the first time ever. In the regional meet West placed first with all seven runners in the top 11. The state meet, held at the Salina airport course for the ninth straight year, proved to be the harriers' toughest chal- lenge. West could put only five runners in the top 20, but that was easily enough to take the state championship. Dave Folz led the team by placing fifth. Tom Vernon placed tenth, Kendall Smith took thirteenth, Myers six- teenth, and Tim Powell seven- teenth. The season's ninth straight team effort by the Chargers gave them the Kansas 4-A State Championship. 160 LEFT Seniors Dave Foltz Bill Myers Tim Powell, Tom Vernon and junior Kendall Smith are fighting for the lead at the city meet. ,945 if S' Q 5' ig ir S WY K mg 3 if sg.. f 5995, . wie ng' s smsosnncoxm g S S S 1 , X9 - ., .4--,. ', y CQ!! F Powell' my Fdlixf I . ,,,Q.31f,,g'sv 1 ' 1 , ,, . , 1 ,g , W-ff 1, 'f-- - "MW 22, '11, .lie iiif ' "Q, Zjx: . Qs, 'ix V , f H ytsjffzh 'W 5251353 nts, izjosgz-3 sfhfgpijfr, 5, ry gas-,, , . ,Ky Pj " 3, kfff iff, Xie-5, f 5 A' "5 1,-gg. A 4,-.w Y ' , Z 4 y S i ,, 4 1 Tom Vernon Tim Powell Bill Myers Greg Barron SECOND ROW Cory Barron Brent Swanson Randy Kinder Ken pelra West s State Champion cross country team FRONT ROW: Dave Foltz, Don Cathy, Keith Long, Doug Oelschlae W . . , , I l Smith Dan Muzzy Kevin Fries Dick Lundstrum, Steve Burnett.BACK ROW: Coach joe Schrag, Mike Fein jim Cur Seth Toomay Alan Apel Shane Toomay joe Dillon, Jay Williams, Coach Gene johnson, SM North Dual l.HNl'l'0IlCl' Dual Top:-ka Hizh Dual .-Xrkansam City lmilalinnal junction Cilx Dual llllfK'lllllSUIl Invitational City l,c-.uglw Rvgional Stall' iw Lost YYnn Won lvhll xx-llll Third Won Third Wnn , J I J Y... flavwsrpw-.,. RWM? arf 1 4 1 Y 1' 'F' ji?" , x AM, I '. fi: Q I :fail ' r - .., L .HIV ,x . .gy h A .Ls r Qi , ,-.,4p "' - -42- 1 ' 2' I Q-'fn Lf' W ,W , as-1 ' -,"J, 44, ' 1 pq '. 1- H , I '1a:--.1E7':- I., 'iff' ': fin ' i, ' y ' , f' v 35.2 - X 1 f' ' A -1 xiii ', ' 1 55ff'U3 f ,Q fL'fkf"g-?.'4 4 L 3 -mf. 'L lv 2' ,r " s Q fn' 21 L L, . 3 I P U 1 41" I , l,. ,f -sz. f :A .ss a 'f ,Q ,, , 'N .Ly 5 lv' ' ' .N . K , 9 N "rf" I . - 631' .. . 1 Li. V' 5 sf 'Q -J. ' ' r :4 . ' , , . ., , I H21 Q . I .... , 1 ' s .k U ', . W,. ,I 4 ?5"15+ff-8 Girls Place 1st At City Meet Coach Cindy Heath's girls' volleyball team was highly skilled and very successful in 1974, but once again they failed to make the state tournament. Only the first place team in each regional tournament goes to the state. VVest placed sec- ond, losing to Topeka High, whom they had beaten three times in previous matches. In addition to Topeka High, West had beaten SM North, Perry-Lecompton, Emporia, Lawrence, SM Northwest, Hayden and Highland Park. They lost to SM South and to Lawrence in a rematch at the Highland Park Invitational, when the squads were battling for first place. The Chargers captured first place in the city meet at High- land Park but managed only seventh place in the one-game round-robin Sunflower League tournament. West fought its way into the finals at the regional tourna- ment, but in their fourth match of the season against Topeka High they lost 15-12, 10-15 and 12-15. Using perfect form, Charger Marti Nletzlert Won Lost VVon Won Won Won 2nd Won lst 7th ind of-ff-'M iifff it ,Qs .af 'iv I 'x J ,Q I Q ' V s ,fi 1 ' O ' l 4 , r 'O I l ? 'M ii '86 'I J ff, Ns ,- 4 X- -, Churgi-rs Yin-ki Obley and Pegcon Murphy hattle teunimatc Vicky Shurtz lieforc a match. The 1974 Topeka WL-st girls' volleyball team. FRONT ROW: Nancy Mah, Karen Morrison, Marti Melzlvr, Mar- tha Solil, Vicki Olwley. Lisa Arnone-, Pegevn Murphy. SECOND ROW: Viqky Cross, Dayna Bottomley, Connie Pe-tvrson, Donna Mears, jerri Bontrager, Leslie Peach, Margaret Mah, janet Morton. BACK ROW: Vivky Shurtz, Linda Morris, Kathy Schmidt. Stephanie Tcrrill, Debbie Hawkins, juni Dearing, Coach Cindy Boyles. Coach Cindy Ili-ath. The Cliurgvrs plum-'cl first in the city rnuvt, FAR LEFT: Aftvr stimulating thc- competitive spirit in her ts-ani, Couch Cindy Heath llrculu optilnislicully from thi- it'i1lIl hucicllc- ln-forv u big mulch. LEFT: Chnrgvr Pvge-vn Murphy mince-5 ufis-r making a good suvv, ABOVE: Whilv lx-ing mitch:-il lip Nancy Minh. Marti Mvtzle-r clodgi-5 Vicky Shurtz, uho is si-tting the lwalll for a tvaniniulc to spilw. 165 TOPEKA WEST 23 HAYDEN 0 Charger Defense Holds Haydeng Offense Dominates Topeka High Trying to get onto a winning track, second year coach Cecil Wich- ert incorporated several changes into his 1974 Topeka West Charger football team. He put the defensive unit into a stunting 6-2 forma- tion, which was designed to create blocking problems for the oppos- ing offense, and he instituted the platoon system, a policy most col- leges and professional teams use, in which a player plays either of- fense or defense, but usually not both. As a result of these changes, the defense became the strong point of the team. Most of its starters were returning lettermen. The de- fensive line was seasoned and capable, and they were supported by a hard-hitting, experienced backfield. The offense, on the other hand, had only three returning starters, all in the backfield. The offensive interior line averaged 45 pounds lighter than the huge line of the previous year. Success of the Charg- er wishbone offense seemed to depend largely on the ability of these inexperienced linemen to control the brutal Sunflower League teams that they would face. In the season opener against Hayden, the Charger defense was unyielding as West walked away with a shutout victory. Senior linebacker Randy English scored the first touch- down of the season on a 7-1-yard fumble return. Other scores came on Doug Anderson's 30- yard field goal, Pat McCoy's recovery in the end zone of a Wildcat punt blocked by Mark Young, and on fullback Duane Peterson's 44-yard run. Ander- son also added two extra points. Peterson claimed rushing hon- ors with 71 yards. TOPEKA WEST 31 TOPEKA HIGH 19 The Chargers were probably as emotionally uupl' for the Topeka High game as it was possible for them to be. That may explain why, in the midst of all the excitement, as assign- ment was missed' on the open- ing kickoff, allowing a Trojan to run the ball back for a touch- down. The runback could have caused the Chargers to give up, but it only calmed them down. West's offense, unable to move effectively against Hay- den, started rolling early by marching to the Trojan 10-yard line before a fumble ended the drive. Topeka High handed the ball right back on their own five, and three plays later, Tony Starr scampered in from the one to tie the game at 7. Topeka High scored again but the extra point was blocked. After two more Charger touch- downs, West led at halftime 21- 13. The Trojans brought the score to 21-19 after a Charger fumble on the West 32, but from then on the Chargers con- trolled the game, scoring on a six-yard run by Tony Starr and on a 22-yard field goal by An- derson to seal the game, 31-19. Starr led the Charger Wishbone attack with 86 yards in 20 carries. 166 , . x eh ' -1 - in, W, -R 1-4-fad... . 'nx'q,4-4 F5509-1 . 'i --fs s - 'H -3 gg., w,,fM"m"'Ff,-4. ,ggva-3.-af, e I . Q 5 yy,-ily 'WSW' I .' "-at---1-'Nisff " ., N -.f 4354 1-gy-u-sift-"fQ'. ,. -X . The Chargers did not pass much this season, but G. lan Blackwell hauls in this one. With a Hayden Wildcat hanging on, senior back jeff Bakalar prepares to hand off to ning back Doug Con well. Q :- no 23 73 ra 5 im 35 ,fi rs E5- 75 4 2 ,T 'S Nordgwjji' NSi!'?E'?! ' ?'Qz?'?""' j ' ,Lawrence . b 'SOPHOMORE RECORD rqpek. mga Mvnhmm r ms l Hnydeni ' Park Slimixan A Shawnee Heights JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD TW 12 0 6 8 0 defensive backs Ron Clark and jeff Kraft watch acnon from the sidelines. On the siclelinc-5, junior defensin md Mark X oung, listens attentive lx tn K unch K lmrles Xlyera 1 1- 'S is , vw X i',":4?9 "Nw a ali 'Z' 3 'S' r, b . , Aqwgii .Q jk- grfjgx su , 5 if 593 'Slim 4 i Q-ax 'fr' 3 9" ix-N, - mr A 1" 4 'N mr mmf mf WH' ng, 'S' . 'wr ursi :JT 37 Y? A I I , . ' ' , 'EST The' 1974 Tnpt-ka VK'ost football lt'iIlIl. FRONT ROVV: Dun' Sliinnu, vlqllllf Sl.irr. Ru-li l"rx. Kvn l'l.irL. il.rrx llilftllllll. lhmllx Nlm-lJuu.rl1l, jr-ll H.ilx.ilarl Chad Cherry, Garland Blue-km-Il, Duam' Pvtvrsoii. Dunn Cmmcll, Doug Andi-rwn SECOND ROVV: Pnrun NN ilwn. Kink Mmriu. Huh li.-vi-1-, llmn Schaake, Milne Schmid. Don De'Shazer, Bill Pryor, Ron Clark. jvff Kult. Handy English, Put Mvllny. Brad Matin. Xiikv liullcll. Paul Spi-in-wr. 'Il-rn H.ir- ris, Stew- Gm-lwl THIRD ROWE Euan-h Kfhnrlvs Mu-r-. iii-rnlil Miclilcmlorf, jr-fl l'h.rn.n. Mild- lfwmmn. XI.irtx liuhl, M-ull I-Qnumm. Run Navi' Sli-xv Muvllvr, Cr:-g Mille-r. lm- Rn-id. Barry I-Iutnn, Bulv Maki-mg htm 1' Burl-lux. Sli-xr Hunl. Ifcl hiuwn. Nun ll.irilmu. -I ID lfcn-nm-nt. I u.ril1i'1-ill Xhrlivrl FOURTH ROW: Klum.-h Bill Allen. juim-s Shnnp. lllxnn Hopkins, Bruin He-lin-rix. Emir: Slmlxui-ll. Tim hull-nun, Holi Slqlmimli YI1-ll I-'umm I7.uul Bruulu, Soul! H1-rn, Rick Klugv, Williu G4-iwxlvr, Damn ji-nwn. Tum Tipton. Run W ulmx. firm-In Holi Cliullclh-r BACK R0YY:i'u.nllAInl1ri1Lrir'l1.nI llll-lll Dixun. 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I Z Q 0 Ulf I Q Q Y Q f""Q. ll -1 in ,- ,pg fs- Charger Comebacks Fall Shortg Season Ends with 2-7 Record TOPEKA WEST 14 LAWRENCE 21 After being dominated for the first three quarters, the tiling.-fs, trailing 21-0. launched another comeback. Reserve quarterback Steve Mueller, who entered the game when jeff Bakalar sustained a knee injury, directed a scoring drive of 72 yards in 1:2 plays. Duane Peterson and Paul Spencer, who replaced Doug Conwell when Conwell's back was injured in the first half, did most of the running to set up Tony Starr's three-yard touch- down run. Defensive end Mark Young scored VVest's second touch- down on a 34-yard fumble re- covery. After getting the ball back, kicker Doug Anderson faked a punt and threw a 29- yard pass to j.D. Ecrement. A face mask penalty moved the ball to the Lions' 29 with 1:13 left. On the next play, however, Lawrence was more alert and Mueller's pass over the middle was intercepted to stop the Charger scoring bid. ,A r' I it a ' TOPEKA WEST7 SM EAST 26 West made its third straight comeback bid after falling to an early deficit in this tornado watch-delayed game played at Seaman's Logan Field. The Chargers, down 13-7, were driving for the tying score when a bad pitch handed the ball to East at midfield. They went on to score on that posses- sion and scored again after a bad snap from center 'made Charger punter Doug Anderson chase the ball all the way back to his own six-yard line before being tackled. TOPEKA WEST 7 SM NORTH 40 The Chargers quickly fell behind to the state's number one ranked team and could not put together a comeback in their last contest ofthe season. The only highlight for the Chargers came in the second half when Mark Young blocked a punt. West bobbled the ball until defensive tackle Bob Reece gathered it in and stormed 25 yards for the touchdown. The Chargers finally lost, 40- 7, to end a disappointing season with a 2-'T record, Girls Win City, Place 5th In State .ggate gf P Led by steady all-around per- former Pegeen Murphy, the girls gymnastics team, under Coach Cindy Boyles, won the city championship, placed third in the Sunflower League meet, placed first in theregional meet, and placed fifth in the 4A state meet. In duals and triangulars the girls lost to Lawrence but beat Highland Park, SM Northwest, Washburn Rural and Shawnee Heights. They won the Wash- burn Rural Invitational, placed third at the Topeka High Invi- tational, won the Topeka West Invitational and placed third in the Sunflower League meet. In the city meet, Murphy captured three firsts and two seconds, Melanie Martin took a first and a second, Krissy jones placed third and fourth, Sandy Tawney placed second, Kathy Raine took third, and Martha Sohl, Melinda Odell and Betsy Matalone each placed fourth. At the Sunflower League meet, Murphy took a second, a third and two sixths, while jones and Martin placed fourth and fifth in vaulting. At the regional meet, Mur- phy, Martin and jones placed 1- 2-3 in floor exercise, Murphy I r"', L , '.., V- - 5-'i it V pl?" ' Bw 1-A bf 't ' and Karen Crawshaw placed 1- ' 'X 2 on the uneven bars, Murphy, Martin and Jones placed 1-3-4 tg, in vaulting and Tawney and If Q., . Murphy placed 1-2 on the bal- ance beam. At the state meet, Murphy placed fifth in floor exercise and fifth in all-around. Iii'-4 me f , ""'x4......, . . 1'-f' ..-.A..11',-4. .. - The 1974-75 Charger girls' gymnastics team, FRONT ROW: Karen Losey, Betsy Matalone, Pegeen Murphy, Patty Lavis, Martha Sohl, Melanie Martin. SECOND ROW: Paula Spencer, Karen jaquith, Melinda Odell. Kathy Raine, Sandy Tawney, jeri Bontrager, BACK ROW: Dian Carr, Coach Cindy Heath, Coach Cindy Boyles, julie Cress. The Chargers placed fifth in the state meet. .law 15'f'w 1' ,'!'g , 5' . ,- , ' 0' f N- 4 gl Relating gymnastics to geometry, Greg Miller makes a right ange on the parallel bars. as 'L The Topeka West boys' gymnastics team, FRONT ROW: Brent Morrison, Doug Conwell, Rick Cold- fuss, Chris Newell. SECOND ROW: jeff Dexter, Randy Scheer, Steve Knoll, Lyle Sinor. jeff jones. THIRD ROW: Greg Miller. Mike Stewart. Steve jansen, Tim Pringle, Tom Kline. BACK ROW: Coach Bill Allen, Mark Danner, Karl Kelly, Dave Knoll, Shawn O'Hara, Coach jerry Simmons. .2 mv- ,m, 'f's"A W " "T. Fr?"" hTfrflF.2 Q--... 173 Boys Place 3rd In 4 Tourney The boys gymnastics team broke every school record this year and placed higher in the state meet than any other team in Topeka West history. The Chargers placed third in the city, seventh in the Sunflower League, third in the regional and third in the state meet. In the season's only dual meets, the Chargers beat SM Northwest but lost to Washburn Rural. In invitational competi- tion, the Chargers placed third at Washburn Rural, fourth at Highland Park and at Topeka West, fifth at Lawrence, sixth at Topeka High and seventh at Olathe. At the regional meet, Greg Miller qualified for state com- petition with a third, a fifth and a seventh. Mike Stewart placed third, sixth and seventh to qual- ify, Doug Conwell took second and Steve jansen placed fifth to qualify individually. West also qualified as a team for the state. At the state meet, Stewart placed third in high bar and fourth in all-around, Miller placed fourth in the vault and jansen took seventh in floor exercise. . K , ' AY '- 1 ' I . .1 , i r " "F . 4 " - 311- , f f jess, l ' :fi-Q' are f ' f i ,wgnR5L..,,. ..-sy .. . FAR LEFT: Paula Spencer executes her floor exercise routine. BOTTOM CENTER: jeff jones dis- mounts the pommcl horse. LEFT: Concentrating on his upcoming high bar routine is Mike Stewart. ABOVE LEFT: At the Topeka VVest Invitational, Sandy Tawney performs on the balance beam. A- BOVE RIGHT: Making a turn on the uneven parallel bars is Charger Kathy Raine. ! .Il O 'fr J ,sv FANS 'J cKee Leads West In State Led hy defending' state cham- pion jeff McKee. the Topeka West wrestling team had a suc- cessful season with a 6-2 dual meet record and an llth place finish at the state meet. The Chargersi only losses were to Leavenworth in a close contest and to Emporia. They placed second at the Highland Park Invitational. second at the Sunflower League meet and third at the regional meet. At the league meet. Xlcliee and his younger hrother jay hoth captured first place. Tony Starr and Rick Fry placed sec- ond. At the regional meet. McKee placed first. Starr and Ron Harding placed second. At the -IA state meet, Xlcliee retained his title of state champion while Starr captured third. New this year was the grand state meet. which pitted the top four wrestlers in each weight class ol each ol the state s live divisions against each other. Both Nlcliee and Starr qualified for competition. hut Nicliee lost in the second round and Starr lost in the semi-finals. ,H .X . . L., i T Ti 13,33 ' a i SFASUN RECORD ' RH - - - X s 'IN i , A I N 37 Seaman 7 K TT 4 42 Manhattan l-8 20 Leax enuorth 26 Q55 210 Topeka High il fs 30 Lawrence 27 30 Highland Park 25 Ilfi Hai den I5 S lrlmporia 4l T0l'llX:KNl ICYTS Highland Park lm itational ind SM South lnxilational 4th Sunflower League 2nd Regional Zlrd Stale l lth Grand State 32nd Uri l any ' r- Q l sq- 4. I'rru1dlx llhlillll rug the chart wlnt-Ir pl x hun state elianip1on'iu the I Il tlassi I ll Xlrk lltulkxx H' is QI 5 Q' K Q lf' 1-1' ight lnux llardm iw ut tn m itnh 176 -..s il, 5 5-i i l x -.,, 3 uri e- 1 .Fl Tozer Takes Chargers To State For the Topeka West swim team this year, everything was changed, but nothing was changed. True, girls were competing alongside the boys this year for the Chargers, and they made considerable contributions to the team, but once again it was Bob Tozer who singlehandedly placed West fifteenth in the state with a ninth place finish in the 100-yard backstroke. The Chargers ended the sea- son with a 5-6 dual meet record, over 50 per cent better than last season, and the girls shared some of the load. No fewer than five times this season either Paula Smith or Heidi Harris finished first in her event, ahead of both her male team- mates and male opponents, and both girls placed consistently all year. In the Salina 4A Invitational, which is equivalent to a state 4A championship, the Chargers placed fourth with Bob Tozer placing second in the 100-yard backstroke and third in the 200- yard individual medley. The Chargers placed seventh in the Sunflower League meet, with Bob Tozer placing third in both the 100-yard backstroke and the 200-yard individual medley and Paula Smith plac- ing fifth in the 500-yard freestyle. -,f- ,. Q ABOVE: After a race, ,ig Q Bob Tozer catches his 5' Q breath. RIGHT: Bruce ,Q y Frazier demonstrates 5 ' the butterfly stroke. ' 1 fr'- , i 1 az 178 l LEFT: The Chargers accept their third place l trophy at the Olathe Invitational meet. sig The 1974-1975 Topeka West Charger swim team, FRONT ROW: jeff Leweke, Bob Tozer, Brad Boer- ger, Frank Eschmann. SECOND ROW: Chris Wagers, Rick Higgs, john Meyer, Paula Smith, Kathy Campbell, Rhonda Mangram. Katrina Alred, THIRD ROW: jay Eddy, Heidi Harris, Reenie Lemon, Kim Bi5h0P- 50l1Clra Clark. FOURTH ROW: Coach janet Becker, Mike Utech, Bruce Frazier, Martha Stull, Debbie Fox, Manager Kathryn Triplett, Manager Debbie Dicus, Coach Ed Poort. BACK ROW: Todd johnson, Tony Tipton, David Levy, Tim Waugh, Brian Strom, Diving Coach Rick Trapp, LEFT and ABOVE: Diver Brian Strom executes dives from the layout and tuck positions. l l , 179 Short And Inexperienced Chargers Stumble Through Early Contests Lacking in height and experi- ence, the Charger basketball team started the season optimis- tically but against heavy odds. junior Matt DeMarco was the tallest player at 6-4, and the Chargers' only returning letter- man, senior Kevin Smith, left the team after four games, but Head Coach Mike Swartz was hopeful, complimenting the positive attitude of his players. The team's first trial was at Hayden, the preseason favorite in the Centennial League. The Wildcats lived up to their ex- pectations and won, 78-65, de- spite junior Wayne Warner's 20 points. ln their second game, the Chargers faced a taller junction City team and lost, 61-50. Smith was leading scorer for the Chargers with 21 points. Tied at 40 with Topeka High after three quarters, the Charg- ers were outscored 32-13 in the final period to lose, 72-53. Pe- terson was high scorer for West with 17 points. Neither Highland Park nor West had won a game previous to their first match, but the Scots played tough defense in the second half and controlled the boards to win their first, 51- 41. ln a rematch, the Wildcats again lived up to their reputa- tion as the Chargers lost to Hayden 81-68. The Chargers, still looking for their first varsity win, found themselves trailing an awesome Seaman team 44-21 at halftime of their sixth contest. Unable to come back, West lost 70-47. Against SM North, Warner poured in 34 points, but the Chargers could not overcome the Indians' depth and balance of attack and lost, 77-67. After seven straight losses the Chargers finally got to play ri- val Topeka High on West's home court. After being tied at halftime, the Chargers fell be- hind in the second half but launched a fourth quarter rally that put them within a point with three seconds left. West never got the ball back, though, and lost 57-52. The Chargers had given their most balanced attack of the season with War- ner scoring 20, Peterson 18 and Lundstrom 10. X! ..-1' junior varsity members are, FRONT ROVV: Steve Mueller, Paul Spencer. Mark Crow, Bill Bartley, Seth Toomay. BACK ROVV: Shane Toomay, Brian Dixon. Alan Apel, Bob North, Scott Evanson, Coach Charles M yers. The 1V finished 2-14. ABOVE: Watching sophomore Brian Dixon shoot is junior Duane Peterson, RIGHT: Coach Mike Swartz discusses strategy during a timeout. TOP RIGHT: Wayne Warner looks for an opening against Hayden. MIDDLE RIGHT: The Chargers celebrate their upset victory over Lawrence in the Topeka Tourney. BOTTOM RIGHT: Against Hayden, sophomore Bob North battles for a rebound. 182 VARSITY RECORD J Hpyden so To Q. Junction City 53 .ei u Jupeknrngh H 'QffHhMmdhR 63 Hayden 47 Seaman gg QM Nlprth h ' ope aHi 56 tSenman g H SMMmh 74 'V Lawmence- 2 Ihydfnn 1 6 ni' 48 Smest i W myhmhk 71 SM Northwest ' 49 i Lawrence - L- V 71 ,. SM EISI f 7 Hia. Ein' ,fi C me 'C,s 3 Jgfmrmrpr W 'IUNIQR vmsxrggggzqnn -ITW f-'f' 'Tiff I , ,. ' 'Clic in L asasarzassasregseg aasaesessaeewsre 1 ,7 fa Jfifi I 553555555535-5?g'?g e en f 2 gg s as ,sas-.Ts 5,52 5 2 Ege 3-sag neg 2-fag ::m:s:0:'l:0 I 5,6 O'-'.?-Szgmi P3 llE"g sag age gg aaron-if' Sgg'f sf :so 5 2. E-2? 72 2., E?-143531 ig FSH g."s-.5 : 2- T w W. U W , , Ty ,I F' , -' Q 21 A Nj' 'ti ' L-.3-'ff - , U 7- fi Emporia ,5 4 i x 78 61 72 51 81 70 77 57 76 68 73 74 80 61 61 54 85 82 68 49 38 45 56 39 51 41 OT 68 63 50 41 53 45 47 77 67 56 ?.1S8iS8iSi'SSS8Si3ES?SE5sS -I TYPIK di W West Upsets Lawrence In TIBT After the good showing against Topeka High, the Chargers played two games in which they never threatened their opponent. Seaman outre- bounded the Chargers 42-19 and easily won 76-56, while SM South smothered West's of- fense, holding Warner to two points and forcing the Chargers to shoot only 23 per cent to win 68-35. e-- - ,gm-ws is ,- 1 I 'l -iiavft In the first round of the To- peka Invitational Basketball Tournament, the winless Chargers were seeded last and paired to play first seeded Law- rence, ranked third in class 5A. The team rose to the occasion and led at halftime, 42-39, with Warner scoring half of West's total. The Chargers led 73-62 with four minutes left, but they went cold. Matt DeMarco's free throw with 43 seconds left was the only other point the Charg- ers could score, but it was enough to give the Chargers an upset victory, 74-73. Warner finished with 28 points, Peter- son 19, Mark Crow and De- Marco 10 each. In the next two rounds of the tournament, the Chargers did not fare as well. For the third time of the season, West lost to Hayden and to Topeka High. The Wildcats won, 74-49, and the Trojans topped the Charg- ers 80-68. After placing fourth in the TIBT, West faced SM West. The Chargers were cold the en- tire game, shooting only 28 per cent, but they managed to take a 36-35 lead late in third quarter when the Vikings were having a shooting slump of their own. In the fourth period SM West fi- nally started hitting, but the Chargers could not and lost 61- 48. a.!...wAW'K'f Chargers Win Against SMNW A tough 1-2-2 defense made Highland Park take most of its first shots from the outside in West's next game, but the Scots controlled the boards and took all the second shots they needed to win 61-49. The next game turned out to be the battle for the Sunflower League cellar. In a true team effort, the Chargers downed SM Northwest 71-54. Warner scored 34, Peterson 17 and cap- tured 21 rebounds and Crow played what Swartz called a "fantastic job" of defense in the Chargers' second win. The next weekend, a Law- rence team got revenge on the purple and white on both Fri- day and Saturday night. On the high school level, it was Law- rence 85 Topeka West 49. The Jayhawks were not any nicer to the Wildcats. Against SM East, the Charg- ers raced to a 26-14 first quarter lead but were outscored in each of the next three periods and finally lost, 82-71. West had another fast start against Emporia, leading 41-29 at halftime and carrying a sev- en-point lead into the fourth quarter. They went cold in the final period and lost 68-65 de- spite a valiant comeback effort. Warner scored 25 points to set a new school season scoring rec- ord at 386 points, which beat Denny Payne's mark by 17. Before a small crowd in the first round of the class 4A sub- state tournament at Highland Park, the Chargers' disappoint- ing season came to an end with a 49-40 loss to the Scots. The Chargers' final season record was 2-18, the fewest wins by a varsity basketball team at West since its first year of competition, 1961-1962. x ....... '- 34-1' .N LEFT: The Chargers await the outcome of a jump ball. CENTER FAR LEFT: The Charger coaching staff watches the action from courtside. BOTTOM FAR LEFT: After fouling out against Lawrence, Wayne War- ner hopes his teammates can hang on for a victory. BOTTOM LEFT CENTER: junior Matt DeMarco reaches for a rebound. BOTTOM LEFT: Senior Dick Ludstrom looks for an open man. BOTTOM RIGHT: After an- other loss, Warner and Coach Swartz head for the locker room. BELOW: Members of the sophomore team are, FRONT ROW: Mark Lawson, Paul Groundwater, Greg Alejos, Glynn Hopkins. BACK ROW: Coach jack Wiley, Alan Leger, Chip Bergen, Dave Latimer, Corry Barron, Coach jerry Wright. Ending the season with only six players, the team finished 8-9. . 'F' .-.- Lf' ul . ll ,.a-.--f--f--'-- "' f Fi V' ,Lf 'ly juniors Assist Girls' Program In its second year of competi- tion, Coach joe Schrag's To- peka West girls' basketball team fought a tougher schedule and played more games and ended the season with a 7-9 record. Although this year's record was not as good as last year's, Schrag felt the girls' program at West was building, pointing out the fact that four starters in the last game of the season were juniors. Leading the team in scoring this year was Mary Stauffer with 90 points. junior Marti Metzler and senior Tracey Townsent led the team in re- bounding. .ya Charger senior LuAnn Martin sets up a play. The Topeka West Charger girls' basketball team FRONT ROW Klan btauffer Cindy Bronaugh Ann Stauffer, Martha Wipperman. jane Campbell. Terri Wicltersham BACK ROW Marti Metzler Sherri Wichert, Cynthia Rischer, LuAnn Martin, Tracey Townsend Vicki bhurtz Coach joe Schrag vi i i N. 4 ,.,.2" Mary Stauifer drives the goal, but . . . winds up lying onthe floor injured. YY 'T V RIGHT: Tracey Townsend captures a rebound. FAR RIGHT: Cindy Bronagh takes a shot. 186 X c"" -a3q,....U I 1 is -5 , L., , L l 'G 'fn ' i N -SJ LEFT: The Chargers fight for a rebound. BELOW: The te-am's coaches and managers are, FRONT BOW: Mgrs. Diane Kroeschen. Nancy Mah, Debbie Floyd. BACK ROW: Coach Kathy ReQua. Coach joe Sehrag, Cnach Earl Williams. .,' 35 1 li fi- CL" 1--4' I SEASON RECORD TW L 26 Hayden 28 OT .W my -N -- A 20 VVashburn Rural I6 ' 31 Mission Valley 27 OT fe 3 X -f ,A . 27 Topeka High 34 gf ' 24 Lawrence 43 nh, W ' - - K A 32 Lawrence 64 , A 31 Topeka High 27 f 34 sn. xnnys 22 37 Chase County 56 36 VVichila Vl'est 35 N 30 Manhattan 37 33 Silver Lake l5 .Q 24 Highland Park 28 1' A 4 4l Shawnee Heights 45 . 40 Seaman 36 21 Manhattan 28 W ' Senior Tracey Townsend charges the liusket. 187 Spirit Squad, Faculty Show Basketball Skill A sidelight to the basketball season was the Spirit Squad-Faculty game, which was tied at 48 when regulation time expired. The faculty, led by the outside shooting of Jerry Wright and the rebounding of john Griebat, won in overtime 56-52. The efforts of the Spirit Squad were led by seniors Brian Burkhead, Rob Herald, Steve Krueger and Bob Sanner. C School Asst. Prin. Terry Sandlin, who didnlt par- ticipate, said, "I would have played if they were playing for fun, but these guys were really playing to win." ev 4 .2149 9 1' 4 Q li we 1: Earl "the pearl" Williams drives around senior Brian Burk- head. 2. Steve Krueger fires from close range while four fac- ulty members and referee Wayne Warner look on. 3: After committing a turnover, Dean Martin offers no explanation. 4: Making sure the floor is cleared of debris is Mike Swartz. 5: Faculty member Bill Allen discovers how rough 188 a basket- ball game can become. 188 qwimw 5 Q , .X . 5 'uf' ax A x vi W 4 sam? - - .fr-J 'ii J ik: Election Has p mf, A K it nm ,I .. :M ', . 1' ew Flare 33 x T 1 it-, :. -X ' ' I , -' f ,,,, Elections had a new flare this si is is 'Hg year. The Shawnee County Elec- Q :X I xy Q - 511 tion Commission donated four , 'fry E "3 ' A.-If voting machines to Topeka West ti , 4744 for use in school elections. The 4 V , ,. . lx . result was a bigger turnout for voting than in previous years. - All-school and class officers, lit- tle school representatives, and varsity and junior varsity cheer- leaders were elected last spring. Election Commissioner jeff Light introduces the next candidate to the student body at the annual Election Assembly. X X ABOVE: 1975-76 Varsity Cheerleaders. FRONT ROW: Karen Rathert, Denise Daniel, Debbie Hawkins. BACK ROW: joy Schul, Staci johnson fheadl, Louann Fernlcopf, Rachel Ward, RIGHT: 1975 junior Varsity Cheerleaders. FRONT: Robin Stewart, Stephanie Terrill. SECOND ROW: Kelly Smith, joni Dearing. TOP: Kathy Alonzo. I Dinner Theater A Charger First Through the combined efforts of the Theater and Home Eco- nomics Departments, "Don't Drink the Water," a comedy about American tourists trapped behind the Iron Curtain, was pre- sented as Westls first Dinner The- ater April 11 and 12. Long before the nights of the show, Foods 3 and 4 class began preparing by studying table deco- rations and silverware placement and finally selecting the menu. Technical problems, such as light- ing and a portable stage, also had to be overcome before the Dinner Theater could become a success. T ,. if While serving, Lori Anderson looks pleased at food prepared by the foods classes for dinner theater. Ls' aww BELOW Trying to untangle Father Drobney from a straightiacket is Mrs. Hollander. For years Father Drobnev has practiced famous magic tricks while hiding out in the Embassy. RIGHT: Finding themselves alone. Susan Hollander and the ambassadors son enjoy each other's company. Q. Characters lin order of their appearancel Tom Goering ,... Ron Cathey . , . Rocky Nystrom Steve Lundblade Sally Finney . . . David Lundry . . Kathryn Triplett john VVeaver . jeff Diehl ..... Ray Nadeau . . . Tom Tuchscherer Barb Strauss . , . Michael Wallace Sheila Hall . ..,.. . . Derek Wheeler Mary Dove-ton ., jay lves ....... Karen Langsford . . Father Drobney Ambassador Magee Kilroy l 4 A h ..,... Axel Magee Marian Hollander . Walter Hollander . . Susan Hollander Krojack Burns . ,.......... Chef . . Sultan of Bashir Sultan s First Wife ...,.....,Kasnar . Countess Bordoni Novotny . ,..... , . Director Technical Director .. Student Director After being insulted by the tourists and not receiv- ing a welcome at the Embassy, the Shah and his wife are outraged. Along with the rest of the cast Mike Wallace 15 applies his makeup as he prepares to play his part as Kasnar. K 'Y-rim ,Sf K A i '- fb re ABOVE: Discussing an important matter as they arrive at prom are Elizabeth Davis and Steve Chase. BELOW: Choosing refreshments for their dates. such as cookies, melon balls and fruit, are Frank Eschmann and Matt Vannostran. 1- 'An Evening In The Tropics, The 1975 junior-Senior Prom was held in the Grand Ballroom of the Ramada Inn Downtown. "Evening In The Tropics" was the theme for the Prom. One hun- dred fifty couples were escorted through palm trees to the tropical paradise by sophomore attendants wearing flower leis. Couples with P reserved seats in the balcony had centerpieces made of candles with flowers around them. Cookies and melon balls served with pineapples and strawberries were among the refreshments. Topeka VVest couples danced to the music of "Brass Menagerief' a group from Missouri. 5 Enjoying refreshments as they spend an evening in the tropics are Dick Lundstrom and Dayna Bottomley. The couples munched on cookies. fruit and melon balls. 5 While getting refreshments Bi ron Wilson heckles the camera man while Melissa Hostetter smiles and looks on W "',,. 'r ff' B! 5' I 1 ,5 'gr 'N I .-44 Q . A1 .Ml wr. 14-f '1 ky. .pf :W 5, L Mx, 1 -y.,..4 sk 'TY' v,,,.e, E Us P' 1 W 1 -. , Q 'ax l 4- ,JL Mi ' 0 f Q Qt? 1 , 1 '1 f' e y . , " 'K as lst 2nd lst 3rd 3rd 3rd 12th The Charger girls' track team, FRONT ROW: Regenia Thompson, Rachel Ward, Nancy Bliss, Kathy Campbell, Suzanne Condon, Jeanine Gilman, Krissy jones, Karen laquith, Paula Spencer. SECOND ROW: Leslie Peach, Cindy Holt. Margaret Mah. Sally Pringle, LuAnn Femkopf, Debbie Hawkins, julie Dodson, joy Schul, Marla McRae, Colleen McKee, Diane Anderson, Coach Peg Marmet. BACK ROW: Gwen Scott, Stephanie Terrill, Lori Frank, Pam Soto, Sheri Apel, Stacy Peterson, Beth Sailors, Debbie Wayman, Susan Owen, Kathy Pringle, Reenie Lemon. Kelly Smith, Donna Mears, Glenda Cafer, Linda Morris, Coach Bill Wilson. v B Y., .gli N. no i .Y-ff X l A N V ' r - -B Q LE -x - ..,..r15r' 'la 7 . ' . J N N ' . . SQ '-t. g 4 A 1 L bww I It .. S'Xb"- ff' X j f c Nfl t x X "Ti l ' . le -S l ' 1"'5 if V, til: .. iv' ff? if -' -St 98'Xif'3E'ff Ffiizlf. t . . , W xx, u '15 . ,gs ,x TOP: After a fine hurdles run. Krissy jones crosses the finish line. ABOVE: Several Chargers relax and talk lx-tween races. ABOVE RIGHT: Leading the pack. Pain Soto rounds a turn in Moore Bowl at the City Travlc and Field Carnival. Girls Place 12th At State With a fourth place in the medley relay and a fifth in the 110-yard hurdles, the Charger girls' track team ended the season with a twelfth place finish at the state meet. N Running hurdles at state was Krissy jones and the medley relay team consisted of julie Dodson, Leslie Peach, Marla McRae and Stephanie Terrill. West placed third in the regional meet, qualifying 11 girls for state competition, and placed third in the Sunflower League meet. fx? 43" P ' ms LN- 1 "sez" The 1974-1975 boysltennis team, FRONT ROW: David Stone, Dick Lundstrom, Doug Slacken, Greg Munzer, Tim Barnes, Dave Honigs, Tim Tenholder. BACK ROW: Cynthia Rischenmgr., Stacy Sumpter, Victor Pomeroy, jeff Bakalar, Elliott Cumonow, Coach Bob Gladfelter, Kevin Roberts, Kurt Reid, Dawn Daniel,mgr. l .- D aff ' .1 as l L ... li ,y V 1 1 ...L-... .. ,455 ABOVE LEFT: Tom Delaney keeps his eyes on the ball for a forehand return. ABOVE: ln the process of serving is Kevin Roberts. RIGHT: El- liott Cumonow sets up for a return. West Places 4th In State For the eighth season in a row, the Topeka West boys, tennis team posted a winning record. Their mark was 52- 28, including wins over all Topeka schools except Topeka High. The Chargers placed fourth at the Sunflower League meet, third in the regional meet, and fourth at the state meet. At the regional meet, the doubles team of jeff Bakalar and Kurt Reid placed second, while the team of Elliott Cumonow and Stacy Sumpter placed sixth. In singles competition, Victor Pomeroy and Kevin Roberts each placed fifth. Bakalar and Reid qualified for the state meet, where they placed fourth and became the first medalists at the state meet for Topeka West since 1969. W 1 SEAS?N RECORD e ' ' 1 1,kfl'Inyden Dua I Li ' won I .e East v V. . V L f V..' I 47 A Vgitgmporia . ,a,!IE10h 5 , Q I L fr ,IIB it HY' 5 Zlld A 'ffl sles 1.. A QI fair.. e my ga ,glam ai-a.,-1.1, : N- ff in 4' - " NW M415 ef.gnviiatigQ'l "lah SM i s iilngularff' T ' 3rd . A x, 4th iz R If T 8' nk" si , 4th af ABOVE LEFT: Playing the net in a doubles match is jeff Bakalar. LEFT: Stretching to make a back- hand return is Kurt Reid. 11 Golfers Take City Meet, Place Fourth At State Led by senior letterman Doug Anderson, the Charger golf team had a successful season with the four-man team running away with the city cham- pionship, placing second in the league and regional meets, and earning fourth at the state meet. Other members of the four-man team were junior lettermen Mark Crow and Chad Cherry and first- year competitor Brian Burkhead. 7 At the city meet, Cherry and Crow each shot 74 to tie for low score, but both lost in the playoff for first medalist. Anderson shot 75 for fourth medalist and Burkhead shot 77. Their 300 total was the best in Topeka West history. The two-man team placed fifth with 177 and the B Team four-man team placed first with 350. The four-man team placed second at the regional meet to qualify for the state meet where they placed fourth. Anderson led the Chargers at state with 77- 72-149, followed by Crow with 75-75-150, Burkhead with 74-80-15-1, and Cherry with 74-86-160. J' 3- aa as f mi 1 i ' ' 4 . ., C Q f I ming np and executing their golf shots are, ABOVE: Brian Burkhead. ABOVE RIGHT: Doug Anderson. RIGHT: Chad Cherry. ABOVE FAR RIGHT: Mark rlfll ."" ' new 1 . . . , ,,,,:,.. 'J' ilu! riff ll ' . gt Topeka West Invitational Lawrence Invitational Mission Invitational Emporia Invltatinnal Salina Invitational SM Northwest Invitational League " City Regional State SETSQSZ 4-man 4th Brd ind tie 4th 10th lst' tle 2nd lil lat Ind 4th 8-man lith l2tll Sth VL 'l3tlt x,. lash Bah ,Nu 5th 7th flfe, A - Graduates Share Mixed Emotions Three years at Topeka West came to an end as the class of 1975 came together for the last time May 27 for commencement exercises in Moore Bowl at Wash- burn University. Dr. Owen Hen- son, an assistant superintendent of schools and former Topeka West principal, was guest speaker. With their daily pilgrimages to school finally over, 420 seniors found themselves victims of mixed emotions. joyous feelings -.X , gave way to a more solemn mood i , Q 1 X . as friends parted and individuals made their way into the unknown future. ' Agn-ss "'I.1 .A White Rose Processionul, composed of about 200 junior girls, is prepared to march into Moore Bowl, ABOVE. The graduation ceremony concluded with grads throwing their caps high into the air, TOP RIGHT. Vicky Obley, TOP LEFT, picks up her diploma in the school lobby, but Assoc. Prin. Rome Mitchell, FAR RIGHT, appears unsure whether to reprimand or congratu- late the newly graduated Mary Waddell. 14 Chargers Receive cademie Honors Topeka West High School rec- ognized 122 students at the annu- al Honors Assembly May 1 in the school auditorium. The assembly was held to hon- or those students who showed outstanding ability in various fields. Kristi Newbery, honor points secretary, intro- duced Associate Principal Rome Mitchell and de- partment chairpersons, who distributed the awards. Art Department awards were received by: Charles Barber, Tammy Bervert. Steve Knoll, Da- vid Lundblade. Margaret Mah. Sheryl McAndrew. Susan Nelson, Marci Neuer, Tim Thomas, Kelly Thorp, Mike Wallace and Cheryl White Business Department awards were received by: Gail Blackburn, Suzanne johnson, Randy Mills, Debbie Rowe, Sandy Sadler, Mary Stauffer, jay- lene VVehmeier, Sherri Wichert and Vonda Wi- chert. Foreign Language Department awards were re- ceived by: German - Dan Deganhardt, Sally Finney, Pat- ty Sullivan. Latin - Scott Eudaly, Mark Goddard, Titus walt. French - Diana Gudenkauf, Kerri Mommer and Mary Powell. Spanish - Debbie Rowe, Vicki Shurtz and Sheryl Wallace. Home Economics Department awards were re- ceived by: Lori Anderson, Connie Docker, Gwynne Gale, Becky Hoots, Cheryl Hungerford and Pam Shields. Industrial Arts Department awards were re- ceived by: Randy Atlierly, Brad Brunkow, Steve Goebel, Rick Goldfuss, Ron Harding, jeff jones, Charles Oblander, Pat Thomas and Todd Wil' liams. Instrumental Music Department awards were received by jeanine Gilman, Susan Funk, Mike Pierce and David Lundry. Language Arts Department awards were re- ceived by: MaryTeresa Doyle, Salley Finney, Gwynne Gale, jennifer jackson, Anita Miller and Anne Morrison. Math Department awards were received by Cary Curphy, Scott Eudaley, Susan Funk, joel Ginsparg, Katie Gillispie, Richard Greene, jeff jones, Steve Loechel, Hani Moussa and Kathy Ra- bin. Physical Education awards were received by: Don Cathey and Nancy Mah. Science Department awards were received by: Lisa Arnone, Kathy Gillispie, joel Ginsparg, Pete Kowalski, Steve Knoll, Paul Neal, Kathy Rabin, Mike Schuster, Wayne Smith, Bob Tozer, john Trump and Todd Walters. 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TEN PROFESSIONAL TRAINED PEOPLE 2199 F2"'aWn P222 Dm 272 3442 TO HELP YOU ' ULTI LIST ar TOPEKA BOARD OF C0mp,,mm of REALTORS 'MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATION VIC YARRING-1-ON CALL OLDSMOBILE INC 266 5512 B1llyR Lewls Broker Res 272 4470 2938 ARMCO DR 3001 S KANSAS Te c 266 4585 DllXNllliJXXl1 lopc ka 619 Kansas Clotlners for men and young men smce 1910 Sav It With Flowers From ROACH ROSEMARY GARDENS HARDWARD Red Custenborder 1600 E 10111 232 8741 21st 61 Lane Topeka Kansas I-, I GIBBS CLOTHING OO. pf y I 194 ' Best Selection of Alma Cheese 1oE WHITES SUPEBMARKET Pleasmg Pleases w ou Umverslty Vlllage 21st 8: Randolph Store Hours Sunday 8 30am 8 00pm Da1lv8 00am 9 00pm FREE FURNITURE DELIVERY to any town ln Kansas NATIONAL RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE S 419 West 29th St Topeka Kansas 66611 BUTTREY S WHITE LAKES MALL Fashion IS Our Only Busmess 266 4513 HARRY S ICA FOODS CENTERS Huntoon 61 Cage iv DOWNTOWN1: TOPEKA NORTH: HOLLIDAY SQUARE IN TOPEKA KANSAS ma 1 WESTERN TYPEWRITER COMPANY 123 West 6th St Topeka Kansas Stores of DlStlHCtl0Yl Sales Servlce Rentals ' WEsTBoRo H IR CENTER If you can grow halr you should do somethlng with lt If you can t you should do something about lt I-LW. tBillJ Bartley RB , Associates Larry Lierz RB V5 L.E. Miller RB I A I For Appointment 354-9644 3119 Huntoon VU' X -5' -4: -4 .4 . . . . 0 a 7 a o S! 7 -lugs' 'R- tj? ew- Now you the Ol' sa We a 24 on S IS F ban pers alrlawn Plaza State Bank so stop ln and let us show you how easy your kmg needs can be Also we want the opportunity to congratulate vou ln P an For Your Future Wlt THE AMERICAN HOME LIFE INSURANCE KANSAS Oldest Llfe Insurance Company Llfe Insurance Accldent 81 Health Insurance Penslons Annultles Cancer P0llClCS 400 KANSAS AVE TOPEKA KANSAS F AIRLAWN PLAZA STATE BANK New Graduates deserve a new kmd of bank that you ve graduated whether vou re gomg to college or gomg to work need to start thmkmg about thlngs like banks Falrlawn Plaza State Bank IS kmd of bank you should thmk about when you re ready to open your checkmg vmgs account or for any of the Full Servlce convemences you w1ll find are the fresh young friendly new kmd of fmanclal servlce IH Topeka with hour money machlne one statement bankmg and full service lobby hours FDIC aturdav from 9t1l noon You re dlfferent now that you re out of school and so 5325 West 21 Street Topeka Kansas 273 0730 Russ Watkms President Member FDIC on' O CC ! u . . o ' s 0 , . . . , ' . . , . , . .. . H . . . , , . . H . H - y - . - . 1 9 9 196 MCELRUY S 1nc MECHANICAL CONTRACTCRS 3209 S TGPEKA AVE TOPEKA KANSAS 66611 C913J AM6 4870 Alr Condltlonlng Heatlng Sheet Metal Carrler Planned Servlce 81 Sales T T 9 0 Plumbing DISTRIBUTORS INC CONGRATULATIONS 3 d s. KANSAS Capella Luca: 66603 PHONE 913 357 6221 Buy It by THE BOOK and save every day new ,IC N YF? ea C0 VAXNY M THE 75 CHARGERS FROM CES ND RODUC 0 E A TOPEKA S FRIENDLY BANK C THE FIRST BTATE BAN AND Thus? COMPANY Bl KAN! IAVE TOPEKA KANSAS S6512 JERRY S TV Center WESTSIDE BODY SHOP Our VN ork Cl aranteed Topeka Kansas Phone 233 8264 66606 MOTOROLA QUASAR SALES Q01 W 6th SERVICE ON ALL MAKES TV 3908 W 21st Street TOPEKA KANSAS 66604 19131272 5806 "-F' s 7 E 800 W 6th St 5 I I ra 'al , ' MWMZW 1'QpEK A 354 7706 o f - TO ' n u Q o A v non nc: sz s g ,unsns 0 s ,c uronnm 0 G. o g svms, T sz: Ai , Q s nz ouscz. 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I T 2 il -Qfifzbf 'E-'Q' E: 527: 4 " full- fl' " 198 DINE IN ORIENTAL ELEGANCE CHINA INN CHINESE DISHES AMERICAN FOOD Banquet Room for Prlvate Parties 233 2319 Dallx 1100 A M to1000PM Sat500PMto1000PN1 2010 Topeka The Best Chlnese Food ln the MldW6St J-1127.1 y TOPEKA S FINEST 32 LANES IN THE HEART OF SOUTHWEST TOPEKA SOUTHWEST BOWL 29th 61 Falrlawn Phone 212 1324 DUCKWALL S YOUR COMPLETE VARIETY STORE WITH FRIENDLY COURTEOUS SERVICE FAIRLAWN PLAZA Experlence the vsorld of beautv HUNTINGTON 415.3 'I W1llghtDFlV6 212 5934 Open Monday thru Saturdax WDM We ll Meet At The Gazebo McDonald s Store In Falrlawn Plaza Features All the Best Brands In An Unbelleveable Atmosphere FREE GIFT WRAP TOO' W N CONSTRUCTORS romu unsns I 7 r - . .. . I '-u - . v I4 , " f' : 1. '. : . '. C5 I .' . : . '. : .rx 5 N s CG Q I 1 r O 0 3, ' ' ' , . 'T ' A Plbh uw., , , - . 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Seabrook Branch 2 other locations Serving v . . 9 '75 Informa u r ' 200 BLACKBURN NURSERY AND LAWN SERVICE ' 1 NOW TWO LOCATIONS Complete Lawn Landscaping And Tree Servxce Underground Sprmkler System 2900 Wanamaker 272 2707 Why Monkey Around, When You Need Art Offlce HEIENER NURSERY E'g5,'lj'lj5g'jg vlsxt West Store 4707W 6th South Store 4700 S Topeka M E S C Topeka Kansas 66606 D C B P d C We Beautlfy the Outdoors 40Z2iguni::,:: agagnfileig nets enter 272 4780 267 1341 H MERCHANTS em AND JACKSON V B TOPEKA KANSAS HILLMER LEATHER 115 East 6th IWW" N11-'onus W ,M moon ji PHONE 235 0361 1421 W 6th TOPEKA KANSAS 66606 Nurses Barbers Beautlclans Doctors Malds Waltresses Dentists Chefs Techmclans O - 9 - 0 9 I 2 A I A . i f' b - V . a lei A E A . 3 B , ........ 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"Tops in opekan DR PEPPER NEHI FLAVORS I, I 129 uincy '77 on ra tio s Classo - Congr 'o ' r n r 1 e Clean I . . a i 0, C. . a ssociates I ' rr ce o , an s - 202 Cood I uck To Graduating Seniors' HYCIENIC CLEANERS INC Potw ln Washburn X new Falrlawn Plaza H S H ardware 8: Lumberterw Downtown Topeka's Most Complete Familv Apparel Store Downtown Smu. 1868 354 4-ISI j C SARGENT INSURANCE AGENCY 9101 Vlutolst Topeka Kansas 66604 49131 317 1911 PAUL TOMPRINS PRESIDENT M DEE NIANN VICE PRESIDENT JERRI V TOPRINS VICE PRFSIDENIT W" CAREER COURSES THE BUSINESS CLARK ADMINISRATIOW Y , Q Y. 1 .,. 1 . ' Y H rl: --, dr S l S S 0' . -A" ' Q +-v lo? I "- v'J '. SCHOOL Q ,OM g , C , huh I T COURTREPORTINC OF -'E E .r f X. 5 , GI-IT' ""' X 1 1 ' 15,340 ' V H-L .. - , , ., . 203 Open Sundav and Evemngs Falrlawn Plaza 9175 Falrlassn Plaza Shoppmg Center 'Ho 7177 BRASS RAIL W I-IITE LAKES The snack shop for all vour refreshment needs LEGALS BUSINESS NIEDICAL X2 SECRETAR1 TOPEKA RECEPTIONIST STENORAPHIC 633 KANSAS AY ENIL E TOPLRA IxS PHONE 19137 354 .1554 66603 BOB SATZLER AIR CONDITIONING Co Heating 81 Mr COIldl1l0Il1Ilg New or Old Homes Replace ment or Addltlons Complete Sx Stems for New Homes serung the People of West Topeka 7"lumL Abstracts of Title Escrow Service Title Insurance Anywhere in Kansas 82 u' y s e 1 232-0548 Topeka. K ns UHLIMITEI7 MORE THAN JUST A JEANS STORE 46lE 29th ,s- o l:ll ' 11TLiAND'l'llJs'I'tn saooumcvsr. TOPEKAKANSASKIZ : ::"' Q o ian .:.::. 0Q inc tr e a as 1, iw CALL Fon APPOINTMENT 235-0218 OPEN: TUEs - Fm, 8 AM To 6PM gkllf' A lWASHBURN VIEW B V BARBER SHOP MEN'S HAIR STYLINC - HAIR STRAIGHTENING HAIR ANALYSIS SCALP TREATMENT HAIR PIECES SHOE SHINES 1501 W 21st TOPEKA KANSAS John F Robb Westboro Mart 3127 Huntoon Q. Highland Crest Shopping Center .L'a,w14'4 w1N'rER v1Ew BEAUTY SALON Evenings by Appointment with Five Operators to serve you" 3110 West 29th North of Brookwood Phone 272 3987 LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR NATORAL BEAUTY vt'-Cl On the West Side of Falrlawn Plaza 712 West 6th REDKEN '25,L,5q1'g 234 3242 Only ot your beauty salon PRECISION Pznmmc svsrfm A A A mi 3 I 4 in f y if I I coLL1Ns DRIVE-IN 204 J TACO f 1 f K GRANDE INC. 5 . Eat in or carry out s rr l4019W2lst 272-9141 IAYHAWK Sw if 2 115 E 29th 267-3810 'T' ,fp Sun-Thurs. ll am -11 pm DRUGS INC 2 "" Fri- sax. ll am - 12 pm 3 QI. 'S "On the avenue of Fashion" 717 Kansas Ave. 235-2311 Y A 9 h in the Brookwood Shopping Center 2901 W 29th 272-3223 FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY "On the avenue of fashion" 717 Kansas Ave. 235-2311 RON 'S FINA ' Ron Dehart - Lessee A.C.G.M. DIAGNOSTIC TUNE-UP CENTER COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE FOR CONVIENT BANKING WE INVITE STUDENTS OF TOPEKA WEST TO OPEN THEIR CHECKING AND SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US DRIVE-IN HOURS MON-FRI7AM T06PM SAT. 9 AM - 3 PM LOBBY HOURS MON - THURS. 10 AM - 3 PM FRI. l0AM-3PM AND4-6PM Gage at 17th Phone 272-7575 10th 61 Horn -' STATE BANK fi ' IIIIQIIQPIIEIPIPPFII '1 -ro PE xA. ruuv sAs hh-A' I MKMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION can at 17th rn 212-7515 205 HUME Q PRATT 6 CAMBERT M U S I C Pa1ntsfChem cal Coat ngsfAdheslves 5801 W 2lSl 272 3948 GROWING OUR OWN STOCK FOR OVER so YEARS HOME DECORATING CENTER. Ry W Wd 8 1 fu yi U35 EH h4lHWIJQEIJJPILAJHZ Complete Landscaplng TOPEKA KANSAS 66604 235 1359 OEVERGREENS S666 0 SHRUBS 0 25 ACRES OF STOCK I SHADE TREES 0 ALL SIZES HUNTOON 81 WANAMAKER 272 3666 HEAD TEXACO ff' '14 O Mrclmestam Mu c mm I amnwmou S: ' INSWJAGW5 W' Sj..l Cw m PJ Phone 272 8900 1917 Gage Top ka Ka sas 5l40W2lst Top k K nsa MIDWESTERN MUSIC AVONDALE TV 2907 W 29th 272 5200 Brookwood Shoppmg Center S O e S Topeka, Kansas "Walk in style wlth shoes from Lyle's 716 Kansas . i i . CO. 9 4' it .im . f-1:-fy-Tx M 6 Awww, X 'A 5i3?'Fi:f-5""W"' 'N ' .- - - 'Q F' -x ' 1-5 1 I , , ,L ' E -1 " 0 gf "Viva 3' 'T lg , 5 . All sfily W E 5 1 , A 'Q 6, 3129 HUNTOON PHONE: , , 11" Neck ,Taj I' . -l , - sa -Q:ff.,, -T5- ' w N m Q - - f . - . I IE, ..,.?-xv f A . , 'FUN ,. '- uusac mum pi .A I.. I " ' I . ' v .' 4 . 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'D Q , . . e uar sman , ' serve their community - - - state and nation Call or visit your local National Guard Armory o e a venue -7 0 e , ansas Fe urin hinese and American Foods Phone .- .- .- . : o : ' "Excellence in Chinese and American Food" I 9 . 207 Dick Rokey and Bob Way Welcome You To . 1 F l - R n s 1617 F ' l ' Rd. 12th Gage 272-8877 273-0154 CONOCO Fast Efficient Friendly Service Sun Eleclric Tune Up Brake Servi AAA Wrecker Se ' Hunter Wheel Alig B SHAWNEE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION . ,Wg CHAR GOODIN s ,iff FLOWERS AND CARDS I 29431 p k Bl d k 66611 Ph 267 1394 AAN! ICS ENGINEERING SALES CO ENGINEERING SALES CO 2500 K k 6661 l Dan Ford 2400 W 29th 267 0505 L 1 5 ' FB, ansas Tope a, Kansas '31 .l I If N ' 'ff Leif XX Tl? ,J 'I G 7 ,,,,,1 STP? , il' , . JL- 1. - P Vi .gk Auto- ife-Fire , Truck-Commercial 0 e a v . -NWA: Tope a, Kansas Z ' ' ' one - 208 MANF ORD S BEAUTY SALUN BLAYLOCK 2616 W 17th 235 2747 Zmz' Ws14 wewhbm A TENDER MEMQRV A GIFT or Love App VLUHQM 233 me A PORTRAIT Dalry Queen if 3 17th And Medford Dalry Queen if 6 F alrlawn Plaza DRUGS 2252 W 10th 234 5616 1200 E 6th 232 0447 2069 E 29th 267 1010 1909 S 234 2594 234 2755 WHITE LAKES SHOPPING CENTER UNION BUS TERMINAL t B 3 Number 2 . Number 3 . 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Colng Somewhere? So IS Washburn Unlversrty No standing stlll for us just as you Washburn wants to move ahead to accompllsh things Washburn IS large enough to help you do just that large enough to provlde quallty educatlon but small enough to let you be an mdlvldual large enough to provlde all the excltement of sports con tests and socxal events but small enough to gnve everyone the chance to succeed The Fme Arts Center contams fac1l1t1es unmatched IH the mldwest the School of Law offers superlor legal educatlon the Learning Resources Center IS complete wlth every advanced educatlonal and teaching f3Cll1ty Course lnstructors are professlonal full lLlITl6f21Cl1ltV No graduate asslstants conduct classes at Washburn If you re gomg somewhere wrlte the director of admlsslons Washburn Umverslty Topeka We can get along together 2 1865 .gr 91'l1abod5 -.Xl I, vp. I. 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Mi I ' X . a' 97" ' A ff .115 'MM jf' M , ' Ab 'X K. W -s. ix mg: z 7 'Vx can w, ,M ,,-.V The Campus View Staff The Chevalier Staff Berta Eddie Miriam Ed Mary Teresa Autographs Leslie Brent Mike Diane Cindy Anita Duane Barb Sherri Steve Don Marty Marc Sondra Mary Matt Terri Dee Brian Nicki Diane Vicky Judy Connie Cynthia Sherry Mark Becky Sandy 217 Index A AhWRootBeer...191 Abney, jay , , 38 Absher, Steve .. , 26. 168 Adams, Mark . Adams. Sarah , . 52 . 24, 26 Adams, siny . .. sz Advertising . . . Adv, Mitch . . 189 123. 153 Bair. jane! . .. 26. 91 Bakalar, jeff . 52, 182, 135. 166. 168 Bakalar, Margery 1-1 Baker, Debbie . . 26 Bales. Lucy 26, 124 Balusek, judy 52 Banton, Debbie . . . 52 Barber, Amy . 38, 142 Barber, Charles . T2 Barcellina. David , 52 Barcelinna, Tim 26 Barcellina, Tom . . . 52 Barclay. Steve . 38, 168 Adya, Edwin . . . 38 Agnew, David . 26 Ahrens, Cam . . 38 Ahrens, julie ., 26 Akers, Aprif. 38 Aklns, Reeta ... 14.118 Alberg, Sally , . 26 Alberg, Stephanie , . 52 Aleios, Greg ., . 26, 185 Allen, Bill .. 14. 168, 172, 174, 176. 188 Allen, Cathy .. 26. 124 Allen, Cindy , 52 Allen, David . . . 36 Allen, Greg . . 26, 104 Allen. jon . . . 52, 82 Allen, Vicki . . . 26 Allen, Vicki . . . 72 Allis-Chalmers . . . 213 Almond. Mike . . , 26 Alonzo, Darrell , , . 52. 104. 115. 107 Alonzo, Kathy .. 26, 141,142 Alquist. Ann . . . 38 Alred, Katrina . . . 26.76.179 Alvis. Bruce ,. . 38 American Home 8 life Bardsley. Kevin 26 Bare, jeanie . . 52, 123 Barnes. Lisa , , . 52, 104 Bliss. Naney ',.. 26 Blocher. jerry 12 Bloom. Michelle , , 46 Blosser, Mark 38 11031. candy ., 26,104 Board of Education . . , 6 Boalrighi. Bob 53 Boatright. Bob . . 26 Boatwriplht.Mat1 . . . 38, 144 Boerger, Brad . . . 38. 179 Boger, David . . 38 Boler, Mike.. 33 Bohannon, Maria ... 72 B-ohl. Marty ,. 38,117,163 Bnisvert, Tanain . . 26 Boldra. Suzanne . . . 53, 83, 12-1 Insurance Co . . . 196 Anderson. Dale . . , 26 Anderson, Dennis , . 38, 104. 107. 128 Anderson,Diane . . . 26, 142, 163 Anderson, Dou gwsz Anderson. janet ... 26 Anderson, Kent , . , 26 Bames, Lisa , 26 Barnes. Tim . , 26 Bamett, Susy ., 53,141 Barr, julie . . . 26 Barron. Cory '... 26. 161. 185 Barron. Gregg . 53, 161 Barron, Susan . 38 Bartlett. David 38 Bartley, Bill ss. 181. 182 Bartnns Photgraphy . . 207 Bauwer. Tim . . , 26 Baxter. Frank . 26 Bayless, Velma . . . 53 Bayless. Vivian , . . 26 Beals, Barbara . , . 38 Bean. Don . , , 38 Bean, Lonnie . . . 53, 177 Bean. Terry . . , 38 Becker, Brian , , . 26 Beckenjanet ... 14. 88. 179 Becker, Mike . , , 38 Behrens, Bryan . . . 26. 168, 177 Beisecker, Beth .. . 38. 123. 142, 153 Bell. Berta . . , 53 Bender. Diane . , . 26 Benedicl. Dennis , 46 Benge, Debbie . . . 26 Benoit, Kevin . . . 53 Benoit. Rick .., -16 Benortham. Robert . . 15 Bolton, Merle . . , 7 Bond, Gary ... 53 Bond, Robert . . . 26. 122. 125, 153 Bond, Tim . . . 26 Bontrager, jerrv ... 25,142 165, 173 Booher, Brock . . . 53. 104. 107 Borsdorf, Keith . . . 38 Bosch. Lorraine . 22 Boston. Barbara . . . 27 Bothwell. Gregory . . , 54, 124. 125 Bottomley. Davna .. 38, 88, 165 Bowen. Cindy . . , 54 Bowen, Debbie . . . 38 Boyce, Mindy..,38 Boyd. Doug . . , 27 Boyd, Mike . . . 27, 104 Boylex. Cindy 15, 165, 178 Bozemae, Tom . . . 22 Brady, Cindy . . . 38 Brady, Tim . . . 27 Branch, Cindy ... 27 Brass Ball . .. 2113 Bratcher, Debbie . . . 27, 82 Braun, Frances . . 15.98 Breitweiser,Ve1ura . . . 15 Brennan's . . . 198 Brentlinger, Monique . , 38 Brentlingcr. Nicole , 54 Brewer, Debby . . . 15 Bridenbaugh, john , 38 Brier, Lisa . . 27 Anderson, Lori ,. , 38, 101, 123 Anderson. Michael j .... 72 Anderson, Paul , . . 38 Anderson. T.C .... 6 Anderson, Tim ,. . 25, 104. 168 Andres, jan . 52. 82. 123 Anton, Chris . . , 46 Ape.-l.Alu1 ,. , 38,161.181, 182 Apel, Shari . . . sa 88 Ardis, Ann . . . 52, B1 Armfield, james . . . 38 Amold, Glee . . . 38. 97 Amnld, Larry ,. . 38 Amold, Sue . .. 26. 104 Araone. Linda . . . 38 Amone, Lisa . . . 52, 142, 165 Arrowhead Realtors . . 194 Arthur,j1ll .. , 38 Asay's Sportsmarfs Store . 213 Atherly, Debbie . , 26 Atherly, Randall . . . 52 Atkinson, Kent . . , 38 Atkinson, Lloyd , . 85 Audra's Fashion 41 Fabric . . 191 Aullait, Shentell . , . 35, 14. 124 Aumer, Kathryn . . . 38 Avondale TV , . . 215 B Backerman, Sharon . . . 35, 116 Benson, Bergen. Berger, Michelle . ,. 26 Chap . . . ze, las Eddie . . . sa, 109 Berggren. Cheryl , . . 38 Bergmann, jaye . . . 26, 124 Berlin, jennifer . . . 38 Bemauer. Eric . . , 53 Bemhardt. Nicky , . . 46 Dem. jannett . . . 53, 76 Berroth, Angela , . , 26 Bervert. Karen , . . 26 Bervert, Karla . . 26 Bervert, Tammy . ,, 38 Beymer, Lisa ,. 58, 142, 162. 163 Bidinge r, Kit 35 Bielsker. Andy . . . 26. 142 Bielsker. Valorie . 53. 82 Bierich, Billinge Elizabeth . 72 r, Karen ,,. 35,124 Billingsley, Kay . . . 38 Bishop, Kim . . . 26, 179 Blackburn, Debbie . . . 53 Blackburn, Gail , . . 53. 82, 54 Blackwell, Garland . . 58, 166. 168 Blair, Cheri .. 38 Blanton. Teresa . . 26, 82, 124 Blaske, Debbie . , . 35. 124 Blaylock. Cindy . . , 53. 141. 142 Blaylock Drugs . . . 213 Bleeck. Bleirer. Bmce.. 38 Chris... 53 Briman's jewelers , , . 202 Brinkmeyer, Denise . . . 88 Brock, Alan .. . 54 Brock. Mike . . . 54 Bronaugh, Cindy . , . 51.54, 186 Brooks. Cindy . , . 27 Brooks, David 27, 168 Brooks, Mike . . . 55 Brooks, Robyn .. . 38,81, 84 Brookwood Florist . . . 190 Broughton, Lisa . . , 27, 142 Brown. Becky . . 27 Brown. Bob . . 38 Brown, Debbie . . 38 Brown. Linda , 54 Brown, Lori ,.. 46 Brown, Nancy , , . 54, 123, 153 Brown Pam . . , 27.80 Brown, Pam . . . 27 Brown, Robert . . . 27, 104 Brownell. Betsy .... 27 Brownell, Loree . . . 54, 82, 83 Brunkow. Brad . . , 27 Brumm, jill ...54 Brusch1.Charles . . . 46 Bruton, julie . . . 39, 79, 80. 142 Bruton. Laurie . . . 54, 79, 80, ln, 131 Buck. Leslie . . . 54 Bucklalld, Kathie . . . 54 Bundy, Cindy . . , 27 Bunker, Scott ,. . 54 airmen. may , , , ss, 104 Bunting, Marvin ,..39 Burd, Mitch ,,,54, 147 Burke. Bill ,. 54 Burket, Marilyn , . . 72 Burkett. jim . . . S9 lilrkhead, Brian ,., 55. 188 lilmett, Steve . . . 27.107, 161 Bums, janet . . . 27 Burton. Kathy '.., as, sa, 107. 124 Busche, Karen . . . 54 Butler, Natalie . 27, 122, 124 Bllmey. . 195 C C 41 W , . . 193 Cafer, Glenda . . . 27 Cafer, Mitzi . . . 54 Cain, Michael . . . 55 Calhoun. Connie . . 55, 84 Calhoun, james 35 Callahan. Kevin , . 39, 104,106 Campbell. Charlotte 22, 82 Campbell. Benji . . 39. -47 Campbell. jane . ,. 89,186 Campbell. Kathy . . . 21.110, 179 Campbell. Sarah .. . 55, 79.80. 182, 135 Cann,Mr. ... 104 Carl's ,. 210 Carpenter, Kevin . . , 55. 104, 123. 153 Carr, Dan . . . 27, 104 Carr, Dian .. . 89, 173 Carr, Mr .... 107 Carter, Dan ,. . 27 Carter, Kellyn ,. . 46 Carver, Marc . ,. 27 Casebier, Terry , . . N Calllty. Don . . . 55. 151 Cathey, Ron .. . 55 Candle, David . , . 27, 104 Cazier. Larry , 55 Chacon. Gerald . . 46 Chamberlain. jay .. 27. 107 Chamberlain, Steve . . 46 Champine.jer1 . . . 27 Champion. john . . 46 Chanay. jell . . . 39, 168 Chapman. james . .. 3.5 Char-Coodin's Flowers A Cards , . . 208 Charveze, Liz , . . 27 Cherry. Chad . . . 39. 107, 168 Cherry, Doug , , . 27 China lnn ... 199 Chitwood, Gary . . , 39 Chotlos, Roberta 10, 15 Christopher Studio , , 200 Christy. Doug . . . 27 Clark, David . . , 72 Clark, Doug , . , 46 Clark, Ken ... 168 Clark, Lauri . . , 55 Clark, Linda . . . 27 Clark,Merr1lee ... 27 Clark, Phil . . , 46 Clark, Ron ..,55, 117, 167.168 Clark, Scott .. . 39 Clark School ol Business .. 2113 Clark, Sondra . 39, 82, 84, 179 Clarke. Andi ...39 Clarke, Ken . . . 55 Clausen, Lori . -. 27 Cleerrnan, Steve . . . 27 Clemmer, Mary . . . 39 Clinkenbeard. Kristi . .. 27, 124, 142 Clubs , . . 75 Cluchey, Rllonda . . . 39, 104 Coates. jay . . . 39, 124, 125 Coates, Martha .. 39, 84, 104, 123 Cochrane. Pam . . . 27 Cochrane, Roze . . . 39. 147 cuff.-lt. Mike . 39, iss, 177 '- Coker. Mark . . , 27, 107 Colasunno. Ken . 27 Cole. Kathy , 27 Coleman, Darryl . 27 Coleman. Keith . . . 46 Columbian Title Trust Co . 204 Commerce State Bank 8 Trust ,, , 190 Comstock. Cynthia . . 27 Conard, Cindy .. 27 Condon. Suzanne . . 55, 82, 8-1 Conine, Cheryl . . , 39 Conklin, Charles .., 14 Conklin, Connie .. , 55, B4 Conklin, Sue ,.. 39, 84,124 Conlin. Keri , , . 27 Conoco . , 203 Conwell, Doug . , 55. 166, 167, 168. 170, 172 Cook, Brenda .. 46 Cook, Kevin , , 39. 104 Cook, Robert , , 46 27, 104 Cooney. Erin . 27 Cooper, 10. , , , 39 Cooper, Marilyn . . . 55 Cope, Dave ... 39 Carman. Nancy , , . 39, 123. 153 Couch, Martin . 55, 104. 106 Counter, Dave . . . 27 Courtner. Becky . ., 27 Coville, Claudia , . . 72 Cowger, Cindy . . . 55 Cowger, Gayle . . . 104, 106. 107 Cox, David . .. 72 Cox, jeff . , 55 Cox. jerry -,,. 27. 168 Cox. Miriam ,,. 13, 55 Craig. Harry -.., 6 Crane and Company . . 213 Craney. Kevin . 27 Cranford. Debbie . . . 55 Crawford. Sig ,.. 21 Crawshaw. Karen . , . 55. 158 Cress, julie . . . 39, 142, 173 Crimble, Cynthia . . . 39 Crosby's , . . 215 Crow, jana . . . 39 Crow, Mark . . . 39, 181, 182 Crow, Mary , , . 56, 72 Crowl. Pai , , . 27 Crum, Cori . . . 27, 104 Cook, Tracey , Crum, Marci ..,39, 153 Cummings, Connie . . . 39 Cummings. jeff . . 56 Cummings, Kevin . . . 125 Cummins. Dan .,. 39. 124 Cumonow. Elliott . . 56 Curphy. Cary ... 56 Current, Curtis . . . 28. 113 Curtis, Annette .. 28 Curtis, jackie , 14. 80, 98 Curtis. jim . . . 39. 161 D Dairy Queen ,.. 209 Dan Ford Ins. . . 208 Daniel, Dawn . . . 36. N, 162. 163 Daniel, Denise . . . 39,140 Daniel, jeff . , . 39, 104 Danner. Mark ,. . 39. 158. 172 Davenport. Kathy . 56 Davidson. Forrest . . , 14, 15, 123, 125 Davis. A nne., -16 Davis, james ,. 28, 104, 107 Davis. Larry . . 21 Davis, Liz . 56 Davis, Marci . . 56 Davis,Tim .. . 28 Dean. Emily .. 56 Dean, Shelley . . . 72 Dearing, joni . . 28, 1-12, 165 Deckenbach, Mark . . 59 Decker. Charlene , . . 28 Deeter. jack ,. . 8.9 Degan. Ed ...56.129.133,13-4 Degenhardt, Dan . , . 28. 168 Delaney. Tom 39. 123, 153 DeLong, Bonnie . 45,142 DeMarco. Matt ...39.181.lS-4,185 Dennis, Bobbie , , . 39 Dennis, Bonnie . . . 39 Dennis, Sandy . . . 28 DeSelm. julie , , . 28 DeShazer. Don .. 39. 82, 168 Design Forum, lnc . 210 Dexter, Brett . 28, 177 Dexter, jeff . 56, 172 Dibb1e's ,. 192 Dickinson, Martha ., 8 Dicus, Debbie . . , -16. 80. 179 Diehl, Donna , . 56 Diehl, jeff , .. zass. 104 Dietz, Stuart . . . 56 Dillon. joe ,. . 39, 161 Dinges. Dirks. C Dirks. R Bill ,. 14,118 har ,. 14,12-1 oger,,.11,1-1 Dittemore, jan , . . 56 Dixon. Brian , . 24, 28. 104. 145, 168, 181, 182 Dixon, Debbie . . 39 Dobelbower, Kevin 56 Docket. Connie . , . 56. 83 Dodson. Cindy , , , 39 Dodson. Denise 39,82 Dodson. Dianne . , 46 Dodson, Dodson, julie . . . 39, 80,142 Michael , . . 56 Doherty, Lynn . , . 56 Dolan. Rick ,. . 116 Donnell y. Michaelle . , . 28 Doole. Melody . . . 39. 83, 84 Dorrell. Mary..,40,10S Douglas, Deanne . . . 56 Douglas. jim jr. ,.. 28 Douglas. Robert . . . 56 Doveton, Mary . . . 15. 81 Doyle, M 139 Dreiling . Elynn . . 57 Driver, Dee Dee . . . 57, 107 Dubois. Duckwa Margi . . 40 11's .. 199 Duffee. Chris . . 46 Duffee, jim . . 40 Dultmeier. Sally . , . 28, 124 Dumas, Cynthia . . 72 Dunkle, Charles . , 28 Dunrnire. Tern- . .. 28 Dunn. Deby 40. 12-I Dunphy, David .. 40 Dura Clark Studio .. 191 Dusharm, Dee Ann ,.. 28. 82. 84. 124 Duty. David . . .-10 Dyer. Dana . . , 57 E Eakes. Pam . . . 57 aryTeresa . . . 49. 50, 57, 73, 136. Eastman. Alan , . 35 1-Iastman.Car1a . . . 40 Eaton. Barry . . -10. 168 Eby. Doug . , 57 Ecrement. j.D. . . 40. 168 Ecrement, jill 57. 136. 137. 138 E41 Marling's . 195 Eddy. jay . . . 28. 179 Ediger, Lyn 28 Edmonds. Ann . , -10 Edmunds Home Decorating Center ,. 206 Edwards. Harold . 28 Eells. Sharon ,. 57 Egland, Bev , -10 Eissler. Cynthia . 28 Ekey, Sondra . . , 57. 8-1, 101 Eklund, joyce . 57. N Elliott. Denise . . 28 Ellis, Cindy . . 28 Ellis. Pam . . 28 Ellison, joyce . , , 8. 15 Elmborg.j1m .. 15.19 Elmborg. Susie . 40 Ely. james H35 Emerson, Scott 28' Emmert, Brian H72 Emmett. Bruce 28 Engineering Sales Co ... 208 Engler. Paula 46 Enlllish. Randy . 57, 136, 137. 168 Enjoyment . . 127 Ensley, john , , 40. 112 Eschmann. Frank . . , 57. 82. 179 Esp1noaa.jerri .. 57 Essary, Debbie . . , 57,82 Estabrook, jon ,. . 28 Euhank. Horace 15 Eudaley. Scott , . , 40 Evans. Brian . 57, 123. 146, 151. 153 Evans. jeff .. 28. 168 Evanson. Scott ,. 40. 168. 181, 182 Evenson. Mike 40. 168, 177 Evenson. Roger 57 Exon, janelle . . . 28. 84. 104, 124 F Faculty 5 Fairlawn Plaza Beauty Salon . . . 204 Fairlawn Plaza State Bank ,. 196 Falley, Rickie 28 Falley. Rodney . . -10 Falley. Sonia 40.81.84 Fansler. Leigh ,. 28 Fargy, Marilyn . . .22 Farrell. Colleen . . . 57 Farrell, Tom , 28 Fein,Mike . . , 40, 161 Fernandez, Aida . . . 28 Fernkopf, Kam , . 57 Fernkopf. Kelsey , . 28 Fernknpf. Louann . 28. 141. 1-12. 143 Fernknpf. Wayne .. 15 Ferry, Pam . . . 46 Fetzer. Barry . . 28, I11 Fidelity State Bank 8 Trust . . . 211 Field, Debbie . . . 57 Finney, Sally 57 First National Bank ,.... ........ 1 1 192 First State Bank A Tmst Company .. 198 Fischer. juni . . 58, 72 Fisher, Bob . . . 58 Fitzgerald. Dan . . . 28 Fitzgerald. Dave . . . -10 Fitzgibbons. Mike . . . -16 Flake. Laura . . 28, 122. I2-1 Fleeker. Steve , . 40 Fleer, Kim . . , 28 Fleming. Cindy . . 40 Fleming. Royce . , 15 Fletcher. Cindy ,, 58 Fletcher. Leanna . . , 58 Flickinger. Rick -10 Flickinger. Susan . . . 58 Flood, Vicki . , 72 Floyd. Debbie . 58. 187 Flovd's Daylight Donut Shop . . Fluke, jan . . . -10 Foltz, B-oh , , 35 Foltz, Dave ,,58.161 Forbes, Dean . . 58 Ford, Casey .. . -10 Ford, President Gerald . . . 120, 121 Ford, Teresa , 58 Forman, Charles , 10-1 Forman, Chuck . . . 28 Foster. Bret , . 221. 177 Foster. Dean . , . 28. 104 Foster Frenn's Fabrics . . 193 Fowler, Margaret .. 10. 16. 119 Fox. Debby .. , 28. 179 Fox, Diane . 28 Fox. Maura . 58 Francis, Cathy -10 Frank Custenborder A Sons Florist Frank, Lori . . . 28. 142 Frank. Victoria , . 22 Frankenherger, Roxanne , . . -10 200 Frazier. Bruce . . . -10. 82. 104. 178. 17 French. Don . . . 10. 16 Frencll, Susan . . . 40 Fries, john ... 46 Fries. Kevin .. . 161 Frisbie, Susie . . . 72 Frost, john . . 72 Fruits, Sonya . . . -10 Fry. Richard . , . 40, 158. 168. 177 Frydrych, Susan ,. . 28. 84. 124, 163 Fuller, Dennis . . . 40 Funk. Susan . . . 58, 104, 106 Funston, Beth .. . 228 G Gale. Carole , . 58. 77. 123. 150. 151. Cale. Gwynne . . . 10-1. 1111 Calyean, Steven ... 58, 107 Calyean. Tom . . 29 Canzarain. Alex . . . 29 Ganzarian. Mirentau . -10 Garhan. Mary . .. 40 Garrett, Matthevt '... -16 Garton,Michelle . . . 58 Gas Service Co. .The . . , 202 Caslon. Rick . , 46 Gaston, Troy . . , -10 Gates. Roy .. , 35 Catrost, Mike . , . 29 Gaupil. Teresa . . . 22 Geiken. Ricki . . . 46. 115 Ceissler. 1Villie , , . 29. 68. 77 Cencauski. Gan' . . 46 George. Bill . . . 58 Gerard. Beth 29 Cihhs. Cindy . . 29. 124 Gibbs Clothing Co ,... 194 Gilbert, Don . 29 Cilllfrl. Liz . . 40 Gilbertson, Vicky . , 58 Gillespie. Kathy . , 13 Gillespie. Pam . . 40 Cilless. joe . . . -10 Gillette, David . . 58 Gillisple. Kathryn . . . 58 H207 9 153 Cilkeson. Marvin . . 16 Gilman, jeanine . , . 58. 104. 123. 82 Gilman, john ...29,l0-1,107 Ginavan. Roger , 10. 16 Gingrich, Mark , 29 Ginsparll. joel 58. 97 Gladfelter, Robert . , 16, 113. 16? Goddard. Dan ,. 59 Goddard, Mark . . . 29, 104 Goebel, Steve .. . 59, 168 Goering, Tom . . , 59. 76 Goldfuss. Rick . . 40. 103, 172 Coltl, Lnris ,. , 29, 124 Gonzales. Chervl . , , 22 Goodger. Willis .. 35. 104 Goodman. Marcy '... -10 Goodwin. Harlie . 59 Gordon. Vicki . . 29 Gore. Tim . . 72 Gosser. Chris . . 40 Gosser, Greg .. 29 Gnsser. Mike , . 59, 102 Gower. Rat-mond 11 , , . 35 Grace. jeff . . . 59,1011 107 Graham, Gerald . . . 46 Graves, Dean -10 Grayce Shop, The . .. 191 Greco, Pat . , T2 Green, Charles . . . 59 Green. Leslie . 59, 117. 125. 128. 129. 131. Koontz Teresa 1-10. 153 Greene, Kandy . . . 59 Greene, Richard ... 59. 76, Ti123. 144. 153 Greene, Rusty . . . 29.82. 104, 195. 153 Greenwood, Brad . . . 40. 140 Greer, Robert . . . 72 Gregg, Steve . . . 40 Gregg. Teresa . , . 59 Greibat, john . . . 172168, 171 Griffith, Cindy , , , 29 Griffith, Robert . 29 Griffith, Steve . . . 59 Crimes. Craig . . . 35 Gross. Vicky . . 22, 29, 165 Groundwater, Don . 40 Groundwater, Paul .. . 29. 185 Gudenkauf, Diane . . 29 Guild, Leslie . . . 50. 49. 59. 108 H Habemian. Rosanne . 17 Hackett, David .., 29 Hackett, Rick . Haefele, Dan . , 59 29, 177 29, 104 Haege. Becky . . . Haen, Donna . . , Hager, jim ... 29, 104,106 29 Hale, Betsy 46 Hall Directory. ln Hall. Nancy . . 88 Hall, Sheila , , . 59 Halladay. Emmett . . . 35 Ham. Harriett . .. 17.110 Haid, Benny . .. 1111 c. . 191 .59 Hamilton. David Hamilton. Scott , , . 40, Haney, Stuart , 59, 72, 76 Hanke, Ronnie , .. 46 Hanley, Kris .. 4. 41. 142 Hanna. jordan ...41. 153 Hannah. jerry . . 59 Hardacre. jan ... 29, 84. 124 Hardan, Diane . . . 29 Harding, Gary , . . 59, 168, 176 Harding, Ron .,. 41, 168.170.177 Hardy. Holly , , 29 Harmon, Todd . 59 Harrington, Peillly , ,. -11 Harris, Heidi 41. 179 Harris. LuAnn . . 29 Harris. Marc 72 Harris. M attheu ',.. 50. 60 Harris. Terri A. . 60. 80. 81 Harris. Terry . 60, 168 Harrison, Dwayn ,. 29. 142 Harry's1GA , 195 Hart. Larry .. 60 Harvey, Russell . . . 35 Hat Box,The . . 209 Hathawav, Mike . . , 46 Hawkins. Debbie .. 29. 141. 142 Hawkins, Karen . . . 29. 165 Havek. Donna . . 12 Hazard, Todd , . . 41 Head Texaco . . . 2M Harrell, Rob . . . 60 Heath, Cindy . 17, 164, 165.173 Heath, jerrie .. 46 Heckathorn, Karen . . , 72. 133. 135 Heidebrecht. Glen . . 46 Heifner Nursery. lnc ,. 201 Heifner. Leland , 60 Heinisch. Ed 41 Heironimus. Brent -41 Helus, Dee Ann . . 60 Henderson, Donnie . . 29, 112. 168 Henderson. Mark . . . 46 Henning, Beth . . . 60, 83, 163 1"1enricK5.Cindy ... 41,104 Henry, Roger , , . 72 Hensley. Dana . . . 17.96.97 Hermann, Terri , , 41 Hern, Scott . . . N, 104. 168 Herrem, Carmen , , , 60, 81 Herron, Marsha . . . 60 Hetherington. Kevin . . 41 Hettrick, Brian . . 72 Hewitt. Randy ...29.104.107.l68 Hicks, Melinda . 60 Higgs. Rick .. 29. 76. 104, 179 Highsmith, Dawn . . . -41,84 Hilmer Leather ,. 201 Hines. Bill , . 60 Hippen, Dave , , N Hoag, Karen 29 Hochscheid, john ... 41 Hochstedler, Robbi . . 60 Hodges. Cindy . . . 41. 83 Hoffman, julie . . . 29 Hoffman. Mary . . . 29 Holden. Brenda . . , 29 Holeman. Galen ... 46 Halford. james . . . 21 Holland. Cynthia .. 29. 110 Holloway. Nancy ,. 41 Holmes, Steve . 29 Holt. Cindy . 29. 163 Honeyman. Alan , , 41 Honeyman. Mark ., . 29 Honigs. David , .. 29 Hoots, Becky . 41, 101 Hoover, Ann . 35 Hoover, Tina .. 111 Hopkins. Glen . . 29, 168, 185 Hopkins, Vivienne . . 16 Homer. Debbie . . . 13, 60 Homey, john . 29, 168 Homey, Paul . . 60 Hostetler, Melissa . . 30 Hougland. Beverly . .. 41 House of Lo Restaurant ,. , 207 Houston, Anita . , . 30 Howard. Rose ...30.111.122,124 Howe, Jeff . . . 41 Hrenchir, Evelyn ., , 22 Hrenchir, jeannine . . . 41 Hrenchir. Larry . . , 30 Huaman. Ana . . . 41 Hubbell's ,, 193 Hudkins. Ricky . , 72 Huffman. Cathy '... 30 Huhs, Cheryl ... 41 Hulse, Penny .., 60 Hume Music.. 206 Hungerford. Sheryl . . 41, 104 Hungerpiller, Annette . . . 60 jones. Mrs. jeannlne . . . 13 jones, jeff , . . 61, 172 jones, jenny . . 30, 8-l jones, Kelli . . 48, 72 jones, Krissy . . . 41, 140,156 jones, Nicki . . . 41 josten's American Yearbook . . . 190 julien. Charles ,..41 junior Girls . . . 215 K Kaberline, Rusty . . . 41. 91 Hunt, Den-Dee .. 30. 80 Hunt, Sharlene . . . 60 Hunt. Steve . .. 60, 168 Hunt, W Hunter, illie . .. 21 Wayne , . . 41 Hunt's Hardware . . . 203 Hurt, Llnn . . . 41 Huske, Lori . , 72 Huyett, john . . . 60 HygienicCleaners,1nc. . 203 lee. Keit 1 h ,30.168,177 lcenogle, Krystine . . . 30, 124 Industrial Arts , , . 102 Kaiser, Lisa . . 30 Kauffman, Denise ,. . 41, 104 Keberlein, jan ... 41 Keberlein, Klrk , . . 72 Keckler, Kevin . . . 41 Keller, Linda ,. . 41, 104, 124 Kelly, Bill . .. 30 Kelly, Karl ..41. 172 Keltner, Emily . .. 30 Kendall. Marita . . 35 Kenworthy. Kevin ...30 Kershaw, Sam 30 Ketner, john ... 30 Ketter, Randy . . . 61 Killinger, Gene . . . 22 Kinder, Cindy . .. 30 Kinder, Randy . . . 46, 160, 161 lnfante, Felipe . . . 30 lnfante, Trini . . , 72 lrey. Beverly .. . 14, 16, 82, 111 Irwin, Les . . . 61 Irwin. Liz . , . 30,112.12-4 lrwin, Penny ..61.88 1ves.jay . . . 16.81 I jackson, jennifer . . . 30, 142. 163 jacobs, Dean . . . 41 jacobs, jennifer . . . 30 jacobs. Rusty .. 61 jacnhs,S1eve . . 30. 115 james. Becky . ,61, 133. 13-1.141 james. Joe. .30,168,l77 james. Terry , , . 30 janeski, Paris . . . 61 jansen, Kim . . . 30 jansen, Steve . . . 41, 172 janzen.Mary ...30, 83,124 jaqulth. Karen .. , 30. 173 jaqulth. Marita ... 16 jaqulth, Steve . . . 61 jayhawk Drugs. lnc. . ,. 215 jeans Unlimited . . . 204 jepson. Barry .. 16, 91 j.C. Sargent Insurance Agency . , 201 jennings, Kim , 61 jensen, Dana . . . 30, 168 jerry's TV Center . . , 198 joe White's Supemiarket ... 195 joseph's School of Halrstyllng . . . 191 john F, Robb Co. Realtors , . . 204 King, Elaine .. . 35 Kingman. Melissa . . . 30 Kinnett, Steven Kirkpatrick, judy . . . 41 Klein. jamie .. 30 Klein, john . . . 41, 106, 123 Klein,Tom 41,106,172 Kline, Annette . .. 41 Kline. Mike . .. Klise, Steve . , . 104 30 Klug, Emily . , , 22 Klug, Mike . . . -41 Klug, Sharon , , 30 Kluge, Rick .. 30.168, 177 Klumpp, jane . , , 30 Knoll, David , , . 30, 107. 168, 172 Knoll. Steve , ,. 48.61,137,172 Knowland. jim . . . 41. 104 Kohn, Karen ... 41, 100 ...30,104.122.124 johns,jim ... 30,177 johnson, Bruce . . . 41 johnson, Bryan . . . 30 johnson, Gene . . . 161 johnson. jerry . . . 46 johnson, jimmette , . . 41 johnson, Staci . , . 41, 140 johnson. Susie . . . 30, 80 johnson, Suzanne . .. 41 johnson, Teri . . . 72 johnson, Todd . . . 30, 179 jones, A llyson . . . 41 Kopp, Klm . . . 42 Kovarik, Kerry . . . 42 Kowalski. Pete ... 61 Kraft, jeff . . . 61, 167. 168 Kraft, Kaye .. . 61 Krass, Melanie . . . 42 Krueger, Cindy . 30. 84 Kroeker. Debbie . . . 136 Kroesehen, Diane . . . 61, 119, 187 Kroll, Bill . . . 72 Kroth, Lisa .. . 30 Kmeger, Steve . . . 2.61. 188 Kuck, Russell ... 61 Kuckelman. Kathy .. 30 Kuhlman, Rhonda . . . 42. 101 Kuhlman, Robyn ... 30 Kull. David . . . 30 Kyle, jane . . . 30 Kurdziel, Karla . . . 50. 61 L Laird, Linda ..30, 116 Lamb, Brent . . . 30 Lamoarter, Mark . . , 30 Lancaster. Nadine . , . 81, 84, 104, 124 Landis, Mark ... 31, 104. 168 Morris. Langston, Deba . . 42, 80. 104 Lantz. Diana... S1 Larison. Susan . 31 Larscheid. john . . . 42 Larson, Karen , . . 61 Lasch. Mike . . . 42 Lasch. Rick . 61, 72 Latimer, David ,. 31. 185 Laura's Vklinter View Beauty Salon .. , 204 Laurenti. Lisa . . . 31 Laurenti. Tony . . . 62 Lavis, Patty .. 42. 173 Lawson. Ed . . 42, 107. 168 Lawson, Lewis . .62,104. 106, 107 Lavason. Linda . , . 31, 80 Lawson, Mark . . . 35. 104, 107. 185 Lawter, jim . . 62 Lay, Dana . . . 62 Lechner, Bill . , . 35 Lechner, Dan , . . 35 Lee, jerry . . , 31. 112 Left, julia . . , 31 Leger. Alan ... 31, 107.185 Leihy. janet . . 12.42 Lemon. Laureen ... 31, 179 Lester, Ethel ,.. 22 Levy. David 31, 179 Lew:-ke, jefl 46, 179 Lewis, Lori , . . 42, 84 Lichtenstern, Ruth . . . 17, 113 Light, jeff . . . 62, 76, 97 Lightner. Teri . . . 31 Lilly, joy , . . 42, B4 Lltwin, Sheldon ... 107.177 Litwin. Teri . . . 31 Litwin's . . 211 Loebel, janet . 17 Loesing, Rick . , , 46 Logan, Dave .. . 31 Lollar, Mike .. . 62 Lollar. Sandra .. . 42 Long, julie . . . 35 Long, Keith ., 62, 161 Long, Susan . . , 42 Lorence, Loree . . , 62 Losey, Karen . . . 31, 173 Love, Amy ... 46 Love, Dave . . . 50, 62, 104, 150. 152, 153 Love. Teresa . . . 42,91 Luallin, Kim ... 46 Luehring, ,lanette . . 42 Lund, Nancy , . , 31 Lundblade, David . . . 62 Lundblade, Diane . . . 42 Lundblade. Steve . , . 62 Lundin, Marcia . . . 17,89 115, 106, 123. Lllndry, David . , 62. 104, 115, 107. 123. 153 Lundstrom, Dick . . . 62.161, 180, 181, 18.5 Luse, Terry . . . 31 Luse, Toby . . . 42 Lutterman, Norman .. . 21 Lyle's . . 206 Lynn, Sharon ,. 31 Mc MeAndrew. Sheryl . , , 46 McCaffrey. Diane ,.. 31 McCaffrey, Ellen . . . 63 McCa11ian, Polly ... 46 McCauley, Donna . .. 42.91, 123. 163 McClure. jaye . . . 4135. 115 McClure. Tom . , , 31 McCoy. Pat . . . 42,123,153 168 McCullough, Bill .. 42,95 McCullough. Martin ,.. 63 McDonald. Mike , 31 McDonald. Pam . , 64 Mc-Donald. Randy .. 42,168 McDonald's ... 199 McDowell. Becky . . 31 McDowell, Ron , . . 64 McElroy-'s . ., 197 McFarland, Barry . . 42 McFarland, Mike . 46 McFarland's. , 190 McFeeters, Cindy ,. 42. 142. 145 McGill, Kenny .. 64. 94 McGinnis, Dean . 64, 104 McKee, Bob , , . 42, N, 168 McKee. Colleen ,. 31 Mice. Doug . 35 Mg-Kggnjay f... 31.177 McKee,jay..,64,176. 177 Mc-Kinney, Craig . . 64 McKinney, Nancy . .. 31,163 McKinsey, Linda . . . 42 McMahon,Tim . ,. 64. 83,104,105 McNeer. Ann ... 31 MePike, Mike 64 McRae. Marla . 42 M Mabie. Patty . , , 62.82.83 Maelilvaine, Cindy . .. 31 MacMillan. Denise . . . 62 Mah, Margaret ... 31,165 Mah. Nancy ,.62. 165. 187 Manford's Beauty Salon .., 209 Mangrum, Rhonda . . . 31.82, 179 Mankin, Linda . , . 31 Mann, Michelle . , 31 Manning. Pam . . , 62 Lamuel, Lisa ,. . 42 Marche, Donna . . . 42 Marett, Peggy .. . 46 Marmet. Peggy ,. 17.114 Marquart Music . 200 Marrotte. Denise . , 62 Martin, Brad 42, 168 Martin, Dean ... 15,119. 188 Martin. LuAnn . . . 62.79, 137, 139, 159, 186 Martin. Melanie ... 42. 123.153. 173 Martin, Scott . . . 62, 123 Martinez. Mike . , , 46 Martinez, Mike . . 63 Marvin. Laurie . . . 63,123, 144, 153 Matalone. Betsy . . . 31. 163, 173 Matalone. Patty . . . 63, 93 Mathews, Carol . , 42. 91 Mathews, Debra . . 46 Matyak, Shirley , 42 Mauck, Melissa ,31, 104 Maxon. Lori ,. 31 Maxwell, Robert . .. T2 Mayer, Arlin . , . 42 Mayer, Brian . . . 63 Mead, Donna . . . 42, 72 Mears. Donna . . . 42, 165 Mears, Lori . . . 31 Medical Arts Phannacy . . . 205 Meek's Inc, ... 201 Mehrhol. Craig . . . 42 Meier. Tammy . , 42, 80 Mellring, Donna . . . 31. B3 Mendnz. David . . , 21 Merchants National Hank . . . 201 Merkel, Tara . . . 31,124 Merrifield. Craig . .. 6 Mertel, Mark . . . 42 Metzler, Martha .,46, 164, 165.186 Meyer, jean . .. 63 Meyer, john , 42, 107, 179 Middendnrf. Gerald .. 63.168 Midwestern Music . 206 Midwest Outdoor World . . . 213 Miles, Marion ,.. 42 Miller, Anita , , .si 42, 92. se. los. 115 Miller, Diane . 9, 18 Miller. Greg . 43, 168, 172 MiI1er,jnhn . 31,106,122 Millenjudy .. H3 Miller, Kathy .. 6, 82 Miller, Kim . . . 43, HJ Miller, Leslie , 63 Miller, Michael .. 63 Miller, Shicley . . 22 Mills, Randy . . 43 Mills, Rick .. -13 Mills. Steve . . . 31 Misner, Norman ., 18. 99 Mitchell. Marla . 43. 91, 104 Mitchell. Rome . 9 Mogge, Cindy . . 31 Mommer. Kerri . 43 Montgomery. Sally , , 63 Mooneyham, Susan 43 Moore, Belle. . 43, 83 Moore. Bill . . 43, 107 Moore, Galen . . 46 Moore, Tammy . . . 31 Morgan, jon . . . 31 Morgan, Lisa , , . 46 Morgan, Robert . . . 72 Morlan. Carol . . . 63 Linda .. 43,165 Morris, Dr, Mark . . . 7 Mnrrls. Mike... 43 Morrison, Anne . . . 63, 123 Morrison, Brent . , . 63, 172 Morrison, Karen . ,43. IKM. 106,16.. Mnrton.janet ... 31,106,165 Mosher. Mike .,.63 Mnsiman, Todd . , . 43 Moussa. Hani , . H3 Mueller,Steve . 43. 168,181,182 Mukherjee, Neela . , . 3 Mliller, Curtis 35 Muller, lanet .. 31 Mulvihill, Debbie , . . 31 Munk, Susan .. 63 Munzer, Greg . , , 63 Murphree, David , . ,35 Murphree, Donna , . . 72 Murphy, Pegeen . . . 43, Rl, 121, Muzzy, Dan .. 43, 161 Myer. Kristi , . . 31 Myers. Myers. Beth... 3,18 Bill . . . 63. 132. 135, 161 Myers. Bruce , . 31 Myers. Charles . 18, 167, 168. Myers. Debbie . 3 N Nahazas, Linda . , . 31. 124 Nace, Diane ...64.142 Nace. l'1on...43,168 Nadeau, Ray . , , 32, 106 Nash. Amy ,..64. 123 165, 173 169, 170, 182 National Reserve Life Insurance .. , 195 Neal. Paul .., 64.181 Neal, Ruth , , , 43 Neeley, Brad . , , 32, 177 Nelson, lMcCants1. Amy . . . 64 Nelson, Susan , . . 32 Neptune. Cathy , . 32, 122. 124 Neuer, Greg .. , 64 Neuer, Marci , . . 43 Newbery, Kristi . 64, 76,2. 81, 123. 153 New berry, Rochelle . , , 43 Newell. Chris , 43. 172 Newell. Vivian . . , 22 Newman. joan . . . 6 Newstrom, Cindy . .. 43, 142 Nicholas. Becky '.,. 64 Nicholas. Benny . . -13 Nicklin, Chris . 43 Nicklin, Steve . .32,125,151,153 Noack. Tom . . . 32 Nolan. Mike .. 64 North, Anne . . . 64, 123, 163 North. Robert...32.181,182,1Kl Novak. Connie .. 3 Nusser, Kay . . 64 Nystrom, Rocky' . . 64. 76. 77. 136. 153 0 Oblander, Charles .. , 43 Obley. Vicki . . . 48.6-4, 101,123,129 130. 165 Odell, Carolyn .. 6.5, 123,153 0'Dell. Melinda . . . 43. 79. 142. 155, 173 o' Dell, Michy , . sz 111 Oelschlaeger. Doug . . 65. 161 Ogle. Terry , 43 0'Hara. jerry . . . 65, 136 0' Hara, Sean . . 32, 172 Ohse. Beth . 32 Orton, Kevin . . . 65 O'Tn01e, Debbie . . . 43 Owen, Debbie . . . 43 Owen, Debbie . . . 43, 141, 142 Owen, jeff . . . 32 Owen, Kathy . . . 43 Owen. Susan . . . 32 P Page. Kathy . . . 32 Page. Lola , . 12 Pannune, Rick . . 72 Parker, Patty . 22 Parker, Robin ,. . 32 Parks, Barbara . .. I8 Parks, Robert 19 Parsons, Tracie . . . 46 Paslay, Lila ., 10, 19 Pasley. Carla . . . 43 Pasley. Devern . . . 65 Patterson, Nancy , , , 32 Payeur. Stanley . . 46 Payne, Barham . . . 46 Payton. jeff . . . 32 Peach. Leslie . 43, 165 Pearson, Greg , . 72 Peavler, Karen . . 65, 123 Peet, Denise . . , 43, 81 Pelletiefs . . . 193 Penner. Patricia . . . 19 Penwell- Gabel Funeral Directors . . . 192 Perdue, Stacy . .. 65 Perez, Mike . . . 46 Persson, Kari , 32 Petersilie, Art .. 21 Peterson. Carol . . 32 Peterson. Cindy . . . 46. 124 Peterson. Connie . . 32, 165 Peterson, Duane .. . 43, 106, 168,1S0, 181 182 Peterson, Glen . . , 72 Peterson, Richard . . , 65 Sneden. Terri . , .68, 126 Snyder. Peterson. Stacy ,. K3 Petro, Diane , 32. 82. 98 Petty. David .. . 72 Pfeiler, Phoebe . . 65 Pflaum, Kathy ,,,30,122.125 Phelps, jun . az, 122. 125 Phelps, Nathan , . . 43 Phelps. Shirley , 65 Phillips. Kim , 32 Pickford. Tom . , 3 Piepmeier. Anita . . . 32 Pierce, Eddie . . . 32 Pierce, Mike , , 65, 107, 123 Palace . , , 203 Pohl. janet . . 32, 104 Pomeroy. Victor . . . 65 Pooler, William . . 43 Poort. Ed .. 17.19,82.179 Portraiture . . . 209 Postal Savings A Loan Assoc . . . 200 Powell.'Chris . . 82 Powell. judy . 65, 76, 80 Powel1.MaryAnn . .. 65, 123 Powell, Penny . . . 43, 80 Powell. Terri . . . 43 Pov1'e1l.Tim . . 65, 161 Power. Carol . . . 65 Pratt. Connie . 43 Pratt. Kristi , . . 44 Pressman, Patty . . 19,1111 Priest, Debbie . . , 32 Priest, Kathy , , . 65 Pringle. Cathy . , . 32 Pringle, Marcy , . . 65 Pringle. Sally . . . 32, 122, 124 Pringle, Sarah . . . 35 Pringle. Tim . . . 44. 172 Printz. Mike... 15,18 Pryer, Debbie . . 44 Pryor, Billy , . . 3, 65, 128. 133. 168. 177 Puderbaugh. janet . . . 44 Putnam. Vicki , . , 44 O Quinlan, jane ,. . 65 Quinlan, jill . . . 32 R Rabin. Kathy . . . 66, 72,123,153 Raburn, Susan . . 48 66 Rafferty, Pat . . -44 Raine. Kathy . 66, 173 Ramirez. Mike , 32 Ramsey, Anne . . 66 Ramsey, Wood . . 32 Ranker, Martin , . 44 Ransorn.jamie . . . 32 Rardin. jane . . 44 Rardin. Peggy . . 66 Ratekin, Kevin . 44 Rath, Sharon . . . 44 Rathert, Karen . ,. 4-1. 140, 174 Rausch, Debbie . . . 66 Rausch, Fred . , . 6 Rausch. Nancy . . 66 Ray, Charles , . . 46 Reagan. Kevin . . . 32 Red Dragon Restaurant . .. 200 Reece. Bob . . 66, 168 Rees, Debbie . 44 neid,j0e. , 44,160 Reid, Kurt , . . 32 Regeher. Kim 66 Reinking. Ann . 66 Remboldt, Mary , , 44, 80 Remboldt. Tom . 32 Remmel, David . . . 44. 104. 106 Renick. julie ,, 66 ReQua, Kathy . 187 Rhoades. Larry . 32, 168 Rhodes, Chad . 66, 123. 153 Rhodes, Nancy . . . 66 Rice, Mark . . 46 Rice. Tina . . . 32 Rich, Michael . . 44 Richard's Distributors . . 198 Richardson, Diana . . , 66 Richardson, Mike 66 Richter, Glen . . 72 Rickard, Cheri . . 4-1 Rickson Rentals 61 Garden Center Riley. Denise . . . 32 Riley, janet . , 32 Rinehart. Mike . . 66 Rapper, sim- .. 32,10-1, 106. 112 Rischer. Cynthia 66, 73. 162, 1 Ritchie, Kim . 32 Roach Hardware , . 19-1 Robb, S ue. .32 Roberts, Don . . . 44 Roberts. jane . . . 35 Roberts, Kelly .. . 32 Roberts. Kevln . . 12 Roberts. Mark .. . 33, 104, 107 Roberts, Pat . . . 72 Robinson, Debbie . , . 83 Robinson. Tracy , , 44 Rogers. Dennis , . -1-I Rogers. john , 33. 177 Rogers. Linda , 16, 18, 112. 163 Rolley, Stephanie , ,. 66 Roman, Nancy . 66 Ron's Fina . , 205 Roose. Pam . . 67 Rnsema ry Gardens 194 Ross, Mark , . 46 Ross, Robert . . 72 Row, Becky , 33 Rowe, Becky , , 33 Roy, Rise . . . IB Rudnick, Stephanie . . 44 Rumnld. Allen , 33 Reece, Teri . . . Reed. jane . . . Reed. Karla . Reed, Patti , . Reed, Ruby . . Reedy. john . . 32 66, 141, 142 32 44. 123, 146 18 . 72 Rumold, Amy .. , 44 Rutherford. Gerry . 22 S Sackett. jayne . . 46 Sadler, Ronda 33 Sadler, Sance . , . 67 Safeway . , , 2111 Sailors, Beth , . . 44 St. Clair, Ron . . , 33 Sanders, Linda . .. 4-1.86, 106 Sanditen, Mitch . . 67 Sandlin, Terry . . 11, 18 Sanner. Karen . . . 33 Sanner, Robert . . . 66 Satzler Air Conditioning 203 Satzler, jill . 44 V Saville. Tom 44, 96. 97, 104 Sawazhki. Richard . 44 Sayler, julie .. 67 Schaake. Dean . . 67.72, 86, 168 Schafer, Mark , , , 44 Scheer. Randy . , 67. 172 ...194 63,186 Schendel, Robert . . 6 Schiller, Dr. Richard , . 10, 18 Schlins, john . 33 Schmid. Mike . . . 67,133,113-5,168 Schmidt, Fred . . . 44 Schmidt. Kathy . 33, 165 Schmidt, Noralee , . . 35 Schnacke, john . 44 Schneider, Carrie , , . 33. 81, 124, 153 Schneider, Kent . , , 67 Schneider. Mike . . 4-1 Schneiter. Harvey . . . 19, 168 Schral. joe .. 19,160,161,186,187 Schreiner, Terri , . . 67 Schroff, Mary . . . 19,101 Schu1,joy . . . 45,140 Schulte, Bmce . , 44, 107 Schuster. Mike .. 67. 106 Schwarz,Nancy . . . 46 Scott. Gwen . . . 44. 81 Scruggs. jerry . . . 33 Sculley, Max ,. 19 Seal, Tim . , 72 Sedgwick. Kathy ',.. 72 Segura, Clara . 72 Segura. lid , 33 Segrua. Fernando 35 Seley, joe . .. 44 Sellards, jim . . . 19, 104. 105, 106. 107 Seller, john . . . 33.104, 1lTl SeniorMen'75 . .. 216 Seniorwomen . . . 214 Seven-Up Bottling Co. ,. . 202 Seward, Mark . . 67. 123 Shafer, R.G ,... 44 Shaffer. Robert . . . 46 Shaffer, Ron . . . 20 Shaffert Grimes Dmgs . . 210 Shatswell, Craig . . , 33, 168 Shaw, Bill . .38 Shaw. Penny . . . 35 Shawnee Federal Savings . . . 208 Shea, Debbie . . 67 Sheehan, jimmy . 44 Sheets, Greg 46 Sheets, jennifer . . 67 Sheets. Lori . .. 44. 120. 177 Shepardson. Ben . . . 21 Sherrnoen, jim . . . 33,110,122.125 Sherrnoen, Richard , . . 67, 128, 150, 15 Shields, Pam . . . 44 Shimp, jim .,.33.102.168.177 Shimp, Pauls . . . 67,114 Shinn, Terry .. . 67 Shirky, Barbara , ,. 67 Showalter, Eric . , 44 Showalter, Greg . , 67, 104 Shrake, Bob . . 44. 123, 153 Shufelberger, Duane . . . N Shultz, Sherry . . . 67 Shumaker. Roy . . . 46 Shurtl. Bill . . 33 Shurtz, David . . 68 Shurtz, Vicki , . . 36.44, 185. 186 Siegel, Ken ,,. 72 Siegel, Vernon . . . 46 5imilarMode . . . 201 Simmons. jerry . . . 172 Simons Carpet Co.. loc . . . 191 Sims, jerry . . . 46 Sims, Trent . . . 33 Sinor. Lyle . . . 68, 82, 172 sask, Becky . . . 44,123,153 Skinner, Dave , . , 44. 168, 177 Slabaugh. Bob , , 33, 168 Slocum, Run , , G8 Slover. Sharon L: 33 1. 158 smith, Betty . . . 20.81 Smith, David . . , 33 Smith, Diana .., 44 Smith. Eric . . . S3 Smith, Elaine . . . 22 Smith. George , , , 35 Smith, Greg , . 68 Smith, john . 44 sma1h,J.P ..,. ss Smith, Kelly ,,.33.141,142 Smith. Kendall , . . 44, 161 Smith, Kevin , , . 38 Smith, Kevin. . 68,181 Smith, Marie. ., 68 Smith, Mark . .. 44, 177 Smith, Mike , . . 33 Smith. Paula ,. . 35,179 Smith. Randy . . . 44.72 Smith. Virgil , , . 72 Smith, Wayne . . , 68 Snodderly, Brian . . 33 Snook, Eda . . . 22 Snyder, Debbie . . 44, 177 Snyder, Gregg . . . 33,100,177 Snyder, jan . . 44 Snyder, jeri .. 33 Snyder, Kim 44 Steve . . . 68.177 Sohl, Mark . . . 44, 47, 123, 153, M Sohl. Martha . . . 45, 142. 165. 173 Soto. Pam . . . 33 Sotrines, Tony . . . 33 Souders, Robert . . . 20 Southall, Karen . . . 33, 142 Southwest State Bank . , . 205 Southwest Bowl . . 199 Speckman. Vivian . . . 45 Spencer, Paul . . .45,1G8,181,182 Spencer, Paula . . , 38, 173 Spicka, Laurie . . . 68 Spielman. Lisa . . 45 Spiclman. Lynda . . 68 spans , 157 Spradling, jeff . . . 45 Springer, Dana . , . 33 Springer. Kim . , , 68. 92 Spurlin. Pat . . . 72 Stacken, Doug . , . 68 Stark, Carol . . . 33 Starky, Rick 72 Starr. Tony . . . 58. 168, 170.177 Stauffer, Ann . . . 45, 186 Stauffer. Mary . . 45, 81 Stauffer. Randy . . , 72 Stenger, Donald 33 Sterling Thomas Spencer Realtors Stewart .Becky . 5.54 Stewart,jt1hn.. . 68, 123 Stewart, Lea . . . 22 Stewart.Mi1re . .. 45 Stewart, Mike . ,. S8 Stewart,Rob1n , . . 33 Stewart, Sherri . , . 33, 99 Stickley. Sherri . . . 68 Stirton, Bob . . . 68 Stocker. Maureen . . . 33 Stoddard. Novia . . 68 Stone. Becky , . , 69, M. 108 Stone, David . 45 .162.1E3 186 Strathman. Mary . . . 45 Stratton, Kim .. . 69 Stratton, Wayne . . . 6 Straub, jurgen . . . 45, 107 Strauss, Barb . , 45, 140 Streff. Toni . . . 33 Strimple. Steven . . . 72 Strom. Br1an...45,179 Students . . . 23 Stull, Martha . . 45,179 Stutz, Ion . . .33 Stydahar, Sarah . . 09 Sudduth. Bob . . . 33 Travis, Peter . . . 34 Tricia's . . 210 Trickel, Cherryl . . . 45 Tripletr, Kathryn . . 45.111, 115.142, 162. 163, 179 Trulove, Ann .. 34 Weaver, john. .34, 116 Weaver, Ricky . . 72 Weaverling, Kurt . , . 70 Webb, Elisia . . . 70, 81, 84. 92 Weeks. Linette , 70 Weeks, Stacy 45 Wilms. Wilms, Wilson. David . , . 71 Ron . . , 34, 168 Bill ... 20,177 Wilson, Byron . . 46, 168 Wilson, Carol . . 20 Wilson. Mike . 46 Sullivan, Mary .. 69 Sullivan. Nancy 33 Sullivan, Patty 33 Sultzer, Mark . 35 Sultzer, Robert jr. .., 46 Summers, Dr. Gordon . . . 7 Trump. john . . . 70 Tuchscherer, jim Tuchscherer, Tim . .24,124.153,168 34 Tuchscherer, Tom . . . 45, 150, 153 Turrentine. Debby Turrentine. David . , 72 72 Wehmeier, Dr. Gil . . 7 Wehmeier, jaylene. . 46 Weichold. Brenda . . . 46 Weide, Malia . 70, 106, 123 Weinkauf, john . -16 Weiser, Mary- . . 34, 163 Sumpter, Stacy . . 45 Sundgren, Steve . 33 Swader, Lisa . 69 Swader, Lisa . 69 Swan's Formalwear. . 190 Swanson, Beth .. . 3-1 Swarts, Pam .. . 34 Swatn. Mike . . . 20, 181, 185, 188 Swartz. Nancy. . 45 Swick, Renee . . . 34, 124 Swift, john . ,zu T T It C , . lm Taco Grande . 205 Taco Tico . . 202 Talley'sSkelIy . . . 210 Talmage, Doug . . . 69 Tappan, jon . .. 45 Tarnower, Amy . . . 45. 123. 169 Tawney, Sandy , . . 45. 47, 108, 173 Tay1or,RIck , . . 51, 169 Taylor, Rocky' . . 34 Teasley, Marianne . . . 69 Teel, jesse . . 20 Tegetlioff, Lisa . . . 69 Templeton. Craig . 45, 96 Tenholder, Cary . 45 Terpening. Cheri . , 34 Terrill, jennifer . . 69, 132, 185 Terrill, Stephanie . . 34.81, 124, 142. 165 Terry, Audrey . , 35 Terry. Marcel . , . 69 Tevis, Randall . . . 69 Thomas. Pat , . . 69, 103 Tushinsky, Kathy . , 72 Twidwell, Al . . 21 U Uhlig.john ,. 34 Uhlrig, Mark . . . 45 Umbarger, Dave . . . 20, 116 Union Bus Temiinal ., 209 Unrein, Mary . , 70 Unrein. Terry . . . 34 3.5. Army Recruiting Station , ftech. Mark T0 Jtech. Mike 45. 179 V Vagts, jeanette .. . 70. R3 Van Cornpemolle, Paul . . . 45 Vann. Kim .. . 70 Vannostran, Charles . . . 45 Varner. Susan , . 34 Vernon. Tom . . . 70, 158, 161 .212 Vic Yarrinplton Oldsmobile, Inc. . . 194 Vilander, Randy . . . 70 Votaw.Char1es . .. 46 Voth,Gre1.,.34,l68 W Wachs, Tammy . . 45, 84, 124 Wachsnicht, Rodney . . 45 Waddell, Mary . . . 3, 49, 70, 133,145 Waddell, Mike . . . 34 Wadclle, Debbie . . 34, 99 Wade, Mary Ellen . ,. 45 Weiser. Rick . . 46, 9-1 Weissbeck, William . , 70, 73, 97 Weiter, Chris , , , 72 Weiter, Mark . . 35 Welch, Ron . . 34 Wells, Denise . . 35 Wells, Mike . , . 70 Wells, Shelly . . . 46 Wempe, Pat ... 72 Wempe, Tom . . 35 Wendt, Rick . 54 Wend1,Tlm . . . 95 Wente, Tonya . 34 Werder, Donna . 46,91 Werrler, Steve . 34 Werth, Steve . . . 34 Wessel,1anice .. 3-1 Wessel. Allan . 70 West, Cheryl . . . 72 West, Frank . . . 21 Westbom Hair Center . . . 196 Westbrook, Bev . . . 46 Westenra, Lucy . . . 147 Western Auto. . , 191 Western Typewriter Co ..,. 195 Westside Body Shop . . , 198 'Wertzberger Furniture . . . 210 Weyand,jo1ene ..34 Wheeler, Derek , . . S4 Wheeler, Dori , . 34 Whelan, joan .. 34 Whitaker, Carol , Tl, 104 White. Bert . . . 46. 104 White, Cheryl .. 71 White, Debbie . . . 46, 80 White. Lisa . . . 71 W1iiteheac1,javne . . 34, 104 Wilson, Penny . . . 46, 76, 82 Wiltfang, Ann . . . 9 wanting. Lori . .. 46. 142 Wingo. Wayne . . . 4, 20 Winkler, Kirk . . . 34, 104,106 Winters, Amy .. . 34,122, 153 Winters. Susan . . . 46 Winterscheid. Chris . . . 46, 123. 153 Wipperman, Martha , 46. 186 Wirth, Carrie . . 46, 124 Witherspoon, joe . . 85 Witmer, Shawn . . . 34 Waellhof. jeffrey . .. 72 Wolf, Carol ... 46 Wolf. Titus . . . 34 Wolfe, Mike ,. . 46 Wolfe, Terri . . . 71 Wolfe's Camera . . . 2111 Woltkamp, Richie . .. 34 Wonnell. Doug . . . 71 Woodmen Accident and Life Co , Wright, jerry . . . 20. 185 Wriilht, Terri . . 34 Wright, Victor . , 46 Y Yadon, Mary .. 46 YCP, DEH!! ., 71. 82,158 Yello, Cab Co .... 202 Thomas, Sharon ,. , 34 Thomas, Tim .. , 45, 107 Thompson, Carol . , . 45 Thompson, Mel ... 69 Thompson, Regena . . 45 Thoms,Cathie . . . M Thomson, Lisa , . . 34 Thnrnburgh, jeri . . 45 Thome, Greg . , , 45 Thorp. Kelly .. 69,123 Wagaman. Donna ...45. 142 Wagels, Chris . . . 34. 179 Walker, Wendy . . . 45 Wallace, Mike... 70 Wallace, Rick . . . 34 Wallace, Sheryl . . . 34, 86 Walston, Patricia . . . 46 Walters, Todd . . . 70, 123, 150, 152, 153 Ward. Rachel . . . 34, 141, 142 Wareheim, Steve . . . 34,104 Whitlock. jerry . . . 21 Whitlow, Richard . . . 46, 106 Whitlow, Sarah ...84,124 Whitman, Cheryl . ,,-46 Whitney, Terry .,,34, 116 Wichert, Cecil . . . 20, 168, 176 Wichert, Chuck .. . 34, 177 Wichert, Sherri . 71, 186 Wichert. Vonda . . Wicher' 214 . 46, 163 Thorp, lisa . . . 34,83 Tibbs, Karen . . 45 Tietze, Kevin . . . 34, 111 Tilton, jeff . . . 45 Timberlake, Brian . . 45 Tindall, Kristy . . 69 Tipton, Debbie . . . 69 Tipton, Tony . . . 84, 168, 179 Tnmme, Mike . . . 45 Toomay. Seth . 45,9-1, 123,161.182 Toomay, Shane . . 45, 123, 161, 182 Topeka Evergreen Nursery . . 206 Topeka New Motor Vehicle Dealers . . . 215 Town lr Country Realtors ,. . 191 Townsend, Tracey . , 51, 69, 186, 187 Tater. Bob . 69. 178, 179 Trahoon. Floyd . 45, 104 Trll-UP. Rick . . . 179 Warminton, Gary ... 34, 168 Warner. Bryce . . . 34. 168 Warner. Wayne . . . 45, 159, 181, 182, 180, 184. 185, 188 Warren, Ginger . . . 34. 124 Washbum University.. 211 Washbum View Barber Shop . . . 204 Watkins, Lynette .. . 45 Watkins. Philip .. 45 Watson,1nc. , 199 Waugh, Tim . . . 45, 79 Way, julie . . . 70 Wayman, Brad . 84.107 Wayman, Debbie ... 34 Wayman, Brenda . , 70 Wayman, Linda . . 70 Weatherbee. Delana . . . 72 Weathels, Pam . , . 45 s . . . Wickersham. Terri . . . 71,186 Wiley. Brett . . , 46, 104, 107 Wiley, jack . 20,81 126 Willard, Lisa . . 46 Williams, Earl ,. 15, 20,86,119.l87,188 Williamsjay . . , 161 Wi11iams,jnhn...71 WilliamS,,1u1ie. , T1 Williams. Kristi .. . 71, 72,123 Williams. Leif .. 72 Williams Morse . , 46 Williams Pal . 71, 107 Williams. Patricia . . , 46 Williams. Robin . , 34, 12-1 Williams, Robyn .. , 35 Williams, Todd ... 34 Willis. Tom 46 Willms, Steve , . 46 Yenaw ine. David . . . 71 Young, Doyal . . . 6 Young, Mark . .. 46. 167, 168, 72 Young, Rachael . . . 72 Young, Steve . . . 46, 104 Younil, Susie .. . 71 Z Zamlsrano. Barbara . . . 34 Zerbe, Mary . . 34 Zima, Kathy . . . 46. 124 Zook, Lynda . . 36, 46 Zotto, Faith . . 46. 87 Zvieifel, Melany . . 46 As Time Goes On . As time igoesiorgpd thepmemories begin to fade, let they 1975 Your World and help you relive schoolgdays. But then, who could forgefibtfne first Homecoming Parade, the State Chanriionm gp Cr s Country Team, Something t, J Ford's visit to Topeka or thattdayii fan Stogeveryone, Commencement Days gy the '75 seniors graduated into t g jworl ' , eijuniors assumed leardershi homo f took one fthe E. step toward maturif A We want to show o f fttiation to the year- book staff for sticking through all' th A - stacles we encountered th wont the year. student teacherg Beckygie, staff artistg the bei ginning journalism clixfsses and photographer Steve Shufelberger. A special thanks goes to Mr. Shufelberger. We are all grateful for the many hours y Q , s ent on photography and the patience your pus on those difficult d "s. most of to thank you, the stuC f with- would have been none fo tpyeakr- and 'Diane Yearbook Staff Editors ln Chief Cvnthla Rlscher Diane Kroeschen Photo Editor Vckl Oblev Sports Editor Marty Bohl Business Manager Ellen McCaflrev Mary Dorrell Ad e HSI gManage Con ie P att Nlattllevs llarrls Lay out Dee Ann Helus Becky Stone Clubs Tern Harris Index Sandy Tawnev Senior Activities Sondra Clark Sandy Tawnev Copy Edltor Marv Darrell Copv Writers Brian Hettlck Anita Muller Sondra Clark judy Powell Becky Stone Dee Ann Ilelu Photographers Nicki lone Sherri Shultz Mark Sohl Marc Car er Sondra Clark judv Powell Don Bean Anita Mille Ed Degan john Hochscheid Art Work Becky Stone Advertising Staff vr"n r. , . n' r i ' ' 1 , I ,V .' s 5 ' ' s, ' - V 7 1 . . . r , , 7 1 224 ers who deserve thanks 1 Ss Candy Hermrtgi, --4 bw -. ff... 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