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

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Set your goals high and Reach For The Stars. 4:5415 Y, ff ., ' D fx XX Nu UAUQN Lab .Jr . fi' 3' Q. jg?-gg 1 ' Q L1,4g,.,..-0-"' ,V if q ' gf.,-W--' . 1, , i, 11' 73' SMR x 1 JN -s N392 , 41:3 ,4-vi 'l ,.-1. .D- 'Q - .pci , N - ff 1 ' f w 'I+ 'Y If rf t 'k M. '14 X-...agg- Qa?X' 4 4 4 'A' 1, 'Z Alnm Civ 4- .Q 1 4 4 if if i E. 4 rrzeet iw -Mbna I 4 .4 1 4 'xv "' Elnimf-afaicmiim M39 iimfoums The rise in prices of many goods brought home to students the prob- lem of inflation. Prices have risen 8- 10 percent each year, although many salaries have not. lt has re- quired people to learn to manage their money wisely. Business courses helped students to budget their income and introduced them to many jobs in the business field. Courses such as typing, short- hand, recordkeeping, accounting, office practice, business law and consumer economics were offered. Class projects familiarized students with obligations that business offices have to the public. Business teachers included Charles Conklin, Ron Shaffer and Mrs. Susan DeAngelis. i 14 TOP: Listening for instructions is Pat Mc- Donald, '79. ABOVE: Busily working on their assignments are the members of recordkeep- ing class. FAR LEFT: Taking time off from working on his assignment to talk to a friend is Joe Wright, '79. RIGHT: While she types, Julie Wempe, '81, takes a look at her work. n. 5 ,fe 4W'. is E --idiwwgs! ABOVE LEFT: Students in the large typing room polish their skills on new electric ma- chines to the beat of music. ABOVE: Giving serious thought before he writes is Steve Rthrock, '79, LEFT: September sun streams into the air conditioned room where Jo Sheets, '80, and her classmates are at work. etpeefae Q1 aw. a21zLpEloLPe A variety of art courses were offered to students at Topeka West. Besides art exploration, a prerequisite to all other art courses, students could take design, ceramics, jewelry, drawing, opaque painting, and tex- tile design. Students tried their hand at various projects ranging from silk- screening to setting a stone in a ring or a bracelet. Joining returning teachers Royce Fleming, Mrs. Barbara Parks and Mrs. Gretta Anderson was Ass't Prin. Jack Taylor, who taught one section of art exploration. vt? ir' "' sw: av-1 RIGHT: Getting help from his teacher, Jack Taylor, is Craig Preisner, '81. TOP: Forming a clay pot in pottery class is Linda Watkins, '79. ABOVE: Debating whether or not to make a change on her design is Connie Houser, '79. . , - A. y 4 ' hffewfmg 5, I, . I .X U 9 , , in 'ztzefix 'Sa' FAR LEFT: Putting the finishing touches on their pots are Debbie Ferrin and Annette Barton, '80. LEFT: Helping Viki Gauthier, '79, with her weaving is Royce Fleming. BOTTOM LEFT: Artistic ability and skill are required of Kirk Diegel, '80, in jewelry class. f5i ,hi , QQ tunilemiae tiene tleemee The Begin-Sadat-Carter summit, the tax revolt, and the general election - those and other events helped students to understand the nation's government and learn to function as better citizens. Some government students inter- viewed candidates for election, in- cluding John Carlin for governor, Mrs. Joan Finney for state treasurer, and J.B. Littlejohn for state repre- sentative. They also made slide- tapes and discussed the candidates' views. Printed materials, oral reports, class discussion, and films also aided in the teaching of these courses. Some seniors earned college credits through the department's advanced placement course. Other classes offered in social stud- ies were: American and world histo- ry, psychology, economics, human relations, law education and Kansas historyf UPPER LEFT: Sadly looking at his homework ABOVE During their hectic day two sopho assignment iS Greg SWDSOU- '80 TOP CEN' mores share a joke RIGHT Trying to think of TER? Amused by her own answer is Marcia what to Write .5 Jameg McKinney 79 Reid, '79. fi, I TOP: Listening with great intensity is Judy Werder, '79. ABOVE: Proving that he read his lesson, Pete Potter, '79, responds to a ques- tion from Mrs. Akins. LEFT: Using one of his famous gestures to make a point in his history class is Mr. Speier. 533999 Lifoirifaotlo fftlunfa Creating a yearbook that students can relate to was the goal of year- book Co-Editors Rhonda Carter and Judy Klein, '79, when they selected 'reach for the stars' as the theme for the 1979 Chevalier. "We've tried to represent the stu- dents in this school as we see them. reaching for their goals and dreams," Rhonda said. Two of the events which both the yearbook and newspaper staffs par- ticipated in was the Kansas Scholas- tic Press Association's Regional Journalism Contest in Manhattan and the State Journalism Contest in Lawrence. "The staff has been really cooperat- ive Judy said. "You have to have a lot of independence and willpower to be in this class." UPPER RIGHT: Taking a break from setting headlines to answer a question is yearbook co-editor Judy Klein, '79. BELOW: Absorbed in measuring pictures to fit the layouts are Jill Young and Brenda Kuhn, '79. LOWER RIGHT: Smiling pleasantly as she works on the index is Vicki Chamberlin, '79. ff Q.- fl 3.1. E" sf - 'W E 1, 'Y' JY Q. 1' .- 1 . 5 r 1 ,W .. 1, V M g fas t T, Aint? Eff!! g1Q!:g,s -Q i M A i I Q l Q fix fp' :ESQ , 5, i .' 15: W 1 'N I Fr ! 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LOWER LEFT: Carefully drawing an ad on an ad page is advertising manager Becky Phelps, 79. ws., EHS? 1.3. on ri Q1 emfae LDEEIEPYBUQSUBJEEJ ca Elm eQ1ti1ir1Q1fi1i3B1Dui1 BJC?-JU Elm Qi3QE.Q1L!1EIe1 Informing students and parents on school happenings as well as report- ing athletic and scholastic achieve- ments were the main objectives of the 1978-79 Campus View staff. "We have a really good staff. They've worked hard and have done a good job," first semester Co-Edi- tor Carrie Wagaman said. A special event for both the Cheva- lier and the Campus View staffs was the National Journalism Education Association convention November 9-11 in St. Louis. Eight students par- ticipated in events that included lec- tures, seminars and a journalism contest, along with sightseeing and a disco dance. I TOP CENTER: Pressed for time, Mary Karle finishes a layout. BOTTOM CENTER: Deep in thought, Amy Goodell, '79, writes a story for the Campus View. ABOVE: Eight newspaper and yearbook students who participated in the National Journalism Education Associ- ation Convention in St. Louis, FRONT ROW: Sharon Rhoades, Beverly Holeman, Brenda Kuhn. BACK ROW: Sue Watkins, Rhonda Carter, Dee Anne Scholl Mary Karle, Carrie Wagaman. Dee Anne placed first in editorial writing and Brenda and Sharon earned honor- able mention in yearbook page design. .,..,. l Nh LEFT: Giving his full attention to the chore of fitting page layouts on a paste-up dummy for the Campus View is Kent Becker, '79, ABOVE: Folding copies of the Campus View to send to other schools was just one of the things Car- rie Wagaman, '79, patiently tackled as co- editor of the Campus View. EPGBG5 QQQQBJQTQ GIGIQIQGI QQ FEIUIQJQIGIQJQ 515539 9235131353933 Earning the required credits for lan- guage arts was not difficult, consid- ering there were 31 courses to choose from. Two credits had to be communication products, and two were the student's choice. Composi- tion 1 and speech arts were also re- quired. Some courses offered were human- ities, creative writing, mythology, discussion, debate, science fiction, acting, grammar, world literature and mass media. Besides offering the most courses, the department also had the most teachers, 15. Three new teachers joined the staff. Miss Beverly Ber- nardi taught Composition 2, creative writing and English experiences. Tom Mitchell taught Composition 2, science fiction and English exper- iences. Les Kuhns taught forensics, Composition 2, U.S. literature and debate. TOP RIGHT: Pam Marcy, '81, supervises as Lance Lynger, '81, practices his lines and Tom Nelson, '81, lies patiently on the table. ABOVE: Identifying and sorting color photos for distribution are Becky Henderson and Debbie Hoffman, '80. BOTTOM RIGHT: Taking notes on important items in the book is Lyle Keller, '8O. . ' 'f-. fi, ktihm 'N-...,. LEFT: Looking for a book to help him with his project is Jeff Lawson, '79, BELOW: Showing his opinion of tomorrow's assignment is Dar- ren Coker, '80. BOTTOM: Before beginning, one scholar looks over his list of references. wi "L4G'-3' Pg? .33 W 4' Q .se Jigs GIUJQQIGIQQQ QJEPCBEEJQI 521995993 With inter-continental travel being commonplace in today's Space Age, the ability to speak a foreign lan- guage fluently would be a great as- set. Jobs in government service and air travel are also open to those who speak foreign languages. ln Spanish, French, Latin and Ger- man classes, students learned by speaking, reading, Writing, singing, dancing, cooking foreign foods and other activities. Spanish students participated in a contest in Wichita where they were judged for their ability to pronounce letters and words. French students took an imaginary trip to France, speaking only French while buying plane tickets, getting passports and exchanging American money for francs. TOP RIGHT: Foreign language students dance to a Spanish tune is class. RIGHT: Listening intently to a class lecture is Angela Doering, '81 ABOVE: Having Spanish students recite sen- tences from a book is Mrs. Braun. RIGHT: Reading her Spanish assignment is Linda Nor- ton, '80. .93 , V ' , 4-at tl-P ofeiloiy ofauucilemiie eiustpuieotlenfae QGJQJQUQQU izxriotiltltil Linotiio Two semesters of science were re- quired to graduate from Topeka West. With nine different courses of- fered, students had no difficulty find- ing a class that interested them. Classes included botany, chemistry, biology, physiology, physics, pho- tography, astronomy and human ecology. The general objective of the seven ABOVE: Receiving help on a data graph in physics is Greg Clure, '8O. TOP RIGHT: Care- fully filling test tubes in biology are Jill Moreno and Carmen Cook, '81. RIGHT: Taping P.l-l. test strips to paper is Jeff Greenwood, '81. science teachers was to have the students appreciate the physical world around them more. To ac- complish this goal, teachers planned field trips to KPZLL in Lawrence, Kan- sas State University and other places of interest, They also had var- ious projects for the students to do, such as making a terrarium in Dr. Robert Benortham's applied botany classes. TOP CENTER: Looking at cells through a mi- croscope is Glen Johnson, '79, LEFT: After viewing cell slides, Trish Greenwood. '81, col- lects her thoughts in preparation for a lab drawing. TOP RIGHT: Entranced in her lab work is Sally Harvey, '81. ABOVE: Experi- menting with P,H, test paper is Terri Gleason, '8O. , 9 .w x TOP CENTER: Awaiting the assignment in in- termediate algebra-trigonometry is Robin An- derson, '80, ABOVE: Struggling to finish her math assignment is Elaine Hodges, '80. RIGHT CENTER: Nobody does it better, says Annette Knipp, '80, as she shows a brilliant smile, RIGHT: Greg Toomey, '81, looks to Marty Schmid, '81, for an answer to his prob- lem in math. QQ ' 2.- . I mx' .x JW : ' Y . L , . tl I 51 , V IH 'u ff 1 A f. , f-. si, ey' Qi , - 936 eb E ,Bw ff ,U I., 5, ,IX ,QF TOP: Student teacher Meridith Heinen helps Wendie Deal, '80, with a problem in lVlr, Parks' intermediate algebra-trigonometry class. ABOVE: "Thumbs up," says Darren Coker, '80, to his intermediate algebra-trigonometry class. RIGHT: Taking a few minutes from his fifth hour math class, Dan Gooch, '80, models for the photographer, faefaerifuintlmfile Eniatlltlae utixoiatix etlzillltle than DO owe eoetlefaiy A new emphasis has been placed on jobs in space technology, business records and computer program- ming, which utilize mathematics skills common in today's society. ln the Mathematics Department, games such as Mastermind, Othello and Twixt were used to learn and apply math to everyday life. Compe- tition in contests such as Washburn University math contest and the Na- tional math contest were entered by students. Courses offered were: algebra, anal- ysis, applied math, trigonometry, business math, geometry, elemen- tary functions and computations skills. Honors courses were offered for advanced students in geometry, algebra and trigonometry. , E W f kg , 'M WiQ:F..A, Elnalimaiafa Beam waltxfae ezfi-miata For Les Kuhns, his first year as coach of the debate squad brought quite a surprise -first place at the Class 6A State Tournament at Kan- sas State University on Jan. 25 and 26. The 6-1 record of the negative team of Tom Akins, '79, and Andy Welch, '80, and the 5-2 record of the affirmative team of Mark Lynch, '79, and Joe Weissbeck, '79, led to the combined 11-3 record which cap- tured the victory at State. But debate wasn't all work and no play as was demonstrated on March 16, when the debaters took on the disc jockeys of V-100 in a fund-rais- ing basketball game. TN-, gnu- ,, -MW ff . 2 c,,, 'f'f'l . 0 T P pv- ,Av-. ,: Q: . 5 I l N 'N M 3 '- -Gi W1 J if J"? I B A ,tx df '03 A' I . g. , 1: . . .E ll. fl T Klint-, Ng.,- ' as if .- 7 ly ' w ,ne . l,""" ,. Y v TOP LEFT: Emphasizing his point during a de- bate is Rick Hancock, '81, FAR LEFT: Class 6A State Champion Debate Team. FRONT ROW: Andy Welch, Coach Les Kuhns, David Welch, BACK ROW: Joe Weissbeck, Tom Akins, Mark Lynch, Jim Harder. TOP: Advanced Debaters. FRONT ROW: David Welch, Jim Harder, Susie Hastings. SECOND ROW: Tom Akins, Doug Norman, Joe Weissbeck, Valerie Jones, Tom Rost, Doug Neumann. BACK ROW: George Davis, Andy Welch, Mark Lynch, Mike Turner. ABOVE: Novice Debaters. FRONT ROW: Susan Stadler, Mike Welsh, Daveen Litwin, Jon Fleenor, Anne Tuchscherer. BACK ROW: Rick Hancock, Sandy Stewart, Jack Sippel, Linda Cason. LEFT: Practicing her debate with ea- gerness is Sandy Stewart, '81. RIGHT: "Dancing to the beat" are girls in FRE. Ill. BOTTOM: Taking neck FTIQBSUVEVVIGVITS are BEI-OWg Explaining 3 lab aggignment to his Rhonda Grant, '81, and Jan Graham. '81. P.E, Concepts class is Jerry Wright. - -wm- 'xfiifu Giilulile GEJLPQQ Q0 worm- foil Q QJEPEEJEJEEJYU biluue Qiyun samba Reaching goals such as the Olym- pics, Wimbledon, the NFL or the NBA are not impossible dreams, but it takes a lot of work to get there. Not everyone will be an Olympic star, but anyone can keep himself in good physical shape. P.E. classes offered activities such as archery, tennis, weight training, volleyball and aerobics. Mrs. Peggy Marmet from Washburn University and Jerry Wright produced a slide- tape program designed to help con- cepts students learn how their bo- dies function and the importance of keeping them physically fit. Con- cepts classes worked on lab activi- ties which allowed students to know what to do to improve their fitness. Other P.E. teachers were Mrs. Su- san Affolter, Ron Stull, Frank Walton and Mrs. Cindy Medill. Even though most students took P.E. as a requirement, their loudest complaint was about the "gross, grubby, abused" blue gym suits the girls were forced to wear. LEFT: Telling students how to take body measurements is Mrs. Affolter. ABOVE: P.E. concepts students "stretch out." Elflfliieulfamia Good! omebomie G1 Qafzlilialziui-cas: iasmifgjlimfa Elin limoliixa Q-set. Home economics offered a wide se- lection of courses designed to bene- fit both boys and girls in later life. Some of the things students learned were the food customs and cultures of different regions of the United States, as well as the varying lifes- tyles among the people, the stages of development that all children go through, the principles of design, which they incorporated into individ- ual design projects, and how to help each other with their problems. Some of the courses offered were PEER group dynamics, Clothing 1-2, Foods 1-2, parenthood education, child development, home decora- tion and international foods. PEER group dynamics was a second- year based on the idea that students seek help from other students when they have a problem, and that stu- dents know when other students need help. Training sessions focused on self-awareness activities, com- munication skills, and goal setting, as well as other things important in developing relationships with other people. One of the projects PEER members did was meeting with stu- dents new to West. ,.,.,,,.a1" , 7 3 - A 'Wt' v ' gg :fig W' ' Q ' f'5fgis'i??f g V 4 g .,,. ,,... , ,,.. , N gf ,icq ' Pt'fw124f 5 ,,, Q1 Q' 'ff 2 l .V . . , V E ' 'if r .f ' I If x .fs Y- e m X , 5 , K X. . ,gd TOP: Unsure about testing the food in home economics is Barbara Montgomery, '8O. ABOVE: Giving support to a small girl while watching other children play is Vicki Streff, '79 ' 'T' y .. ' ,fifty :as X, , R i ,, TOP RIGHT: Giving students "a taste of their own medicine" is Mrs. Wardlow. TOP CEN' TER: Looking at wallpaper and curtain sam- ples in interior design are Barbara Mulligan and Tracy Bartlett, '81. LEFT: With caution Kay Kelley, '80, measures her pattern. ABOVE: At work at the sewing machine is Kir- sten Roberts, '79. Umeiaumeiaoul iifraiiiimtlilile-aEi1Dafae: aailemee Elm eel CQEJYBTYD eitxililile In this day and age, paying for car repairs or the building of a house can be very expensive. Even paying for a jewelry box or a table can cost a considerable amount. Industrial arts classes helped stu- dents avoid some of these costs of modern living by teaching them how to run machines used for building and by informing them about the mechanics of a car. LEFT: Gluirig his project together and clamp- ing it is Bruce Coleman, '8O. TOP LEFT: Sand- ing a piece of wood on a drill press in wood- working class is Ted Young, '8O. ABOVE: With great determination Bill Grant, '80, sands the edge of the wood smooth. Electronics, mechanical drawing, metals, woodworking and auto infor- mation were the industrial arts classes offered. While students in mechanical drawing were working on floor plans, students in wood- working were building jewelry boxes as a requirement for the course. Industrial arts teachers were Dan In- man, Cecil Wichert and David Ron- dash. TOP RIGHT: Hammering a nail into the frame of his project is Jeff Revelette, '80. ABOVE: Unhappy with his woodworking cIass's behav- ior is Cecil Wichert. LEFT: As he sands a board, Stuart Hazard, '80, tries to make the surface smooth and flawless, REI of Glmeeiino me EIGDKIEI To get the license to fulfill every kid's dream of driving a car, 10 sections of driver education were offered. About 320 students acquired their licenses with the help of teachers Jack Wiley and Mike Jamison. Mr. Wiley said there were more sopho- mores this year than there have been in the past. The cars they drove were mid-sized Chevrolets and Pontiacs donated to the school by Kent Brown Chevrolet and Dale Sharp Pontiac. To get a license,-the students had to have a minimum of 3 hours behind the wheel, 12 hours simulation and 30 hours class time. The remaining time was spent in the student center. Driving each car about 3,000 miles before trading it in, students drove four or five differ- ent cars during the year. Some stu- dents got discounts of up to 20 per- cent on their car insurance if they passed the class. N,-i is 1 .c...,.,..v-4' .,., , ...fe-..- ,mv-"""' , , ..f:-vsvffv' g in sbff -..nu FAR LEFT: Showing Drivers Ed. students how to check the oil level is Mike Jamison. BOT- TOM LEFT: Smiling with relief after a ride with an embarrassed student is Jack Wiley. LEFT: Absorbed in her reading is Jane Gilman, '80, BELOW: Undaunted by the photogra- phers presence is Mrs. Janet Lobel. BOTTOM: Richard Hardman, '81, carefully skims over his assignment. ff' Ji- , ia Z .--"W . fi-'1 L ' eiixieirieuinem Els: ialimeiuf Qoe "We're here to help students help themselves," pointed out Mrs. Janet Lobel, Learning Resource Center. Her goal as teacher was to help stu- dents not with emotional, physical, or cultural problems, but those hav- ing difficulty achieving regular class- room studies. Some of the most common problems shared by her students were reading, writing, spell- ing and math skills. To help the kids with these problems, Mrs. Lobel started at the base knowledge of the individual or group. The kids she worked with had to have an average to above average intelligence. Classes ranged in sizes of four to eight students, and they all received academic credit. CBEBJQUIQJQEPQ Q0 bitt? tae meet! The Work Experience Program and the Teacher Aide Program were pro- vided for those students wanting ex- perience and school credit, More than 75 students held jobs ranging from a delivery person, to a bank clerk, to a woodcutter. More than four students worked as teacher aides in junior high and grade schools. The students were evaluat- ed on a credit no-credit basis. Ran- dol Walker, E School assistant princi- pal, headed the program. The Kaw Area Vocational-Technical School was open to anyone 16 and older. Twenty-one Chargers were among the approximately 1,200 stu- dents who attended day classes and the 1,100 who attended night classes. Twenty-six courses were of- fered in three- and five-hour days. The average job placement was 88 percent. The majority of the stu- dents were placed in a 30-mile radi- us from Topeka. l v.s I' , .. -t ?f ' t V, 'R g. 54 - .' A- W: . , . F is 'S l I M. L I ,, ,, . ., ,, . 'gy UPPER RIGHT: Carefully adjusting a lens on a is John Winkenwader, '79, RIGHT: Meticu- camera is Brad Schlyer, '8O. Brad was one of lously redoing the wiring of a radio is Eric Oxy, many students taking courses at Vo-Tech. '79. This was one of his many tasks in radio ABOVE: Reading a textbook on radio and T.V. and T.V. at Vo-Tech. . , l 1 -s 1 l l l l Q 1' - LEFT: Writing a receipt for a customer at Hy- genic Cleaners is LuAnn Soldani, '79, BELOW: Ruth Kastens, '79, serves a customer a juicy Wendy's hamburger. BOTTOM: While cleaning the Dairy Queen ice cream machine, Lynelle Ward, '79, looks up with a big smile. - ..Q-,Q-...e,i::,1:t..gg,m 'El' x . :fm ,args if J fb PC ' EJ MARGE BAKALAR: E 40 ,Off R ' GY-5 - wil, M V .,:'f?:A,v,:4S A W N 1 V fi x ,K ' ' ffl , . 7 9 4491" :r ve, Q . Q 9 ' ' 6 9 O 4 r li' M N 'I- N A5 k K. -, 1 fi f' " 3, itaemcalixc-sive caezmocamianiieiae om Qalleaeszee Glllssmiwa megyooiaoiome Although many of the 75 teachers worked most of the school year without signed contracts and salary increases, they tried not to allow that and a year of trying negotiations to affect their classrooms. ln the fall, each department evaluated its course offerings, and later the teachers assisted National Honor Society members in a school-wide curricu- Ium evaluation. Some teachers served on committees to plan for the arrival in 1980 of ninth graders, and others helped select new textbooks for their departments. Two diversions teachers enjoyed were lunch-time badminton matches and several social events. These and' other school activities helped to turn teach- ers' full attention back where they wanted it - with their students. DAVISON: Vocal Music, Head Assistant Men's Coach. - F0 LER: xx - X C25 - J-,gs :AX . Q' gf I - QW EXXRQ' J I M merftgi-f?.e'ad -E V 'X ww 'XXX QEQWN "' YN :- HORACE EUBANK: Language Arts guage KATHY HUND: Home Economics. A. ROGER BOB GLADFELTER: Mathematics, Assistant Men's Swimming Coach, Head Men's Tennis Coach, Head Women's Tennis Coach, Junior Class Sponsor. ,W MARVIN GILKESON Science wr: s 4 uage Arts u :J haf fi, L, xi? , 1 ,3 f a f X fer' , . f' RSI: q ... U30Ql'Q,x'XQY" oxficiwlir , . 2, W 4 'ffm ' Hg my 1' X ff? W - if 1-t I ROGER "iff EP: La guage Artg, I - Thespi , , ,x , , - . Q5 v'i'wA 2 x .i 1: ' , bk MAX SC LLEY I-T RON STULL: Physical Education, M Assistant Men's Football Coach, Assitant Men's Track Coach. ., J 1 M f-. t FRANK WALTON: Language Arts, Physical Education, Head Football Coach. KEN TICKNOR: Instrumental MUSIC iz J. , , . " - 05' ,fff '3i'..'.'kf A ' K ' X A ' , E ,F Q ' Hg 'ffl V A is 1, V 4 ' A Q 111 y . 'Q -A ,F s. iii f' ' . - . R 2.13. - ' lg f. ,. e. 1 e' s S i as DAVE UMBARGER: ,Ax K JACK TAYLOR: Art. ... 'rw-fm .L Q .ff 1.,, WILS nguage Arts -4 f Coach, As- X, ,L xa JERRY WRIGHT: Physical Education, Depart- ment Head, Head Men's Basketball Coach. LINDA WARDLOW: Home Economics, Depart- ment Head, Junior Class Sponsor. ' S Studies, af' S4 Qlfffficae eibfaiiile Q1 EJ Hollis: Selling tickets to all ball games and play productions, answering the telephone, and running the switch- board were just a few odd jobs per- formed by the A Office staff in addi- tion to their other administrative du- ties. Each little school also had sepa- rate responsibilities. The staff of B School was in charge of advanced placement, Vo-Tech, and independent Study. C School's responsibilities included the Alterna- tive Learning Program, scholar- ships, and Interim. The academic awards assembly and job placement were handled by D School. The staff of E School brought college repre- sentatives to campus and coordinat- ed the Field Experience Program. A new member to the E School staff was Randol Walker, assistant princi- pal. ,me - T . if is SA.. fmtbirif - .,., ua M. As..,.,,,,, - Y T QL F f Q',31gfEf??i1,' f ,142 1 ,if ABOVE LEFT: Principal Connie Skinner, Assis- tant Principal Rome Mitchell, secretaries Martha Dickinson and Joanne Laughn. LEFT: D school Assistant Principal Harold Sheffield, counselor Lila Paslay, and secretary Geanie Myer. el ABOVE CENTER: E School Assistant Principal Randol Walker, counselor Roger Ginavan, and secretary Lola Page. ABOVE RIGHT: B School Assistant Principal Jack Taylor, counselor Margaret Fowler, and secretary Jackie Fink. f'N V l ABOVE: C School Assistant Principal Terry Sandlin, counselor Sally Kahle, and secretary Lee Meyer. RIGHT: Sitting at his desk is C School Assistant Principal Terry Sandlin. SJ, fillflllil ulfacjeatlme Lltlffe Keeping the campus clean and in or- der, feeding a group of hungry stu- dents at lunch, tending to the sick, and maintaining the general security of the campus - what would we have done without the service staffs? Under the direction of Frank West, head building operator, was a crew of 7 building operators, who man- aged to keep the campus clean and immaculate, despite the great odds against them. New at West this year was Mrs. Max- ine Horton, the cafeteria director. With her crew of 19, Mrs. Horton was able to get the crowd of stu- dents who ate in the cafeteria fed nutritiously. On hand to help anyone who didn't feel well was the school nurse, Mrs. Lucy Hoyer. Al Twidwell returned as security guard, and "guard the secu- rity" he did. . ...t LEFT: With his mind on other matters, Al Twidwell, security officer, poses for the phoe tographer. BOTTOM LEFT: Cafeteria staff, FRONT ROW: Pat Ludolph, Shirley Miller, Vicky Frank, Dora Taylor, Maria Whitcomb, Bonnie Boyd, Phyllis Bartley, Mary Kay Ar- nold, Maxine Horton. BACK ROW: Rita Geisler, Ethel Lester, Deanna Karhoff, Karen Bergeson, Charlene Ramirez, Gene Killinger, Natalie Dankenbring, Pat Lawson, Roberta Hanika, Emily Homman. BELOW: Custodiaris, SITTING: Norman Lutterman, Don Wing, Art Petersile. STANDING: Virgil Collier. Jerry Whitlock, Frank West, Levin Pierce, Willis Vance. i 'ii i 4 f L...,-- L... i -f LV Ll ,sl W 'N rm-s ts' vi me , ABOVE: Mrs, Lucy Hoyer, school nurse, clear- ly enjoys her job. LEFT: Keeping the cafeteria in good spirits, the staff dresses up for the day. Emailed! Saeed! Q-.QNJQJBJ Wee? The Board of Education in October moved into their new Administration building located at 624 W. 24th street. New Board president Don Oden was forced with many tough situations. The Board was faced with a de- crease in enrollment of 5 percent leaving the Topeka Public Schools with a budget decrease of over S1 million. In an effort to regain this lost money, the board went to the State Board of Tax Appeals, and approxi- mately half the amount was re- stored. Many Topeka teachers taught most of the year without a signed con- tract. Negotiations and log heated debates were heard between the Board, teachers and private citizens regarding the matter. The Board changed it's meeting times from evenings to afternoons. Many felt this was a tactic to avoid appearances by the public. At 10 p.m., Feb. 28, the Board team and the teacher team agreed on a 2-year contract which gave the teachers a 7 percent increase for next year and a 7V2 percent increase for the 80-81 school year. The Board also faced an election year. Long time members Dr. Mark Morris and Richard Crawford chose not to throw their hats in the ring. The tone seemed to settle down, but the Board still worked toward the construction of a new middle school, and the closing of some junior highs in event to move ninth graders into the senior high schools for the 80-81 school year. U ' g mapa '! Pi. f. 1 V H " -. - -.LE -W.. . .. -fi ,T - ,,E. 9. Zhi , ,.,. . ,. Q E E : Wu FAR LEFT: Carefully reading through the pages of a report is Dr. Roy Browning, assis- tant superintendent of pupil personnel ser- vices. BELOW, FAR LEFT: USD 501 Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools. Duane F. Pomeroy, Supt. James M. Gray, Joe D. Douglas, Jr., Samuel P. Hurd, Dr. Mark L. Morris Jr., Pres. Don Oden, Richard Crawford and Gordon Shelby. LEFT: Reading over a re- port at a board meeting for the Kaw Area Vocational-Technical School is Mr. Roy J. Berry, director of the school. BELOW, LEFT: Discussing board business with his secretary is Mr. Wayne Warner, assistant superinten- dent o- business services. BELOW: Smiling at a remark made during a board meeting is Superintendent of Schools James M. Gray. " 1+ A 4 +1 41 4 41 4 an 4. 4 iv 4 4 1 1+ ' +1 4 'L if if .4 1+ 1+ " 4. 4' 4 4 41 Wx U C Y 1+ 9 'K Q 1+ A3 1+ 4 1+ 4' 4' L 1+ Q-I, 4 4 -lr 1+ 52 ' 4 1+ l' 4 4 4k Q 4 1+ +1 "' 'f 1+ 4 t ' ' 4 f 4: 41 Q33 ,,..,..-4" if 4 i' i Topeka West Charger Band. FRONT ROW: Sunny Cleland, Marty Young, Judette Nor- dyke, Kelly Tosh, Kathy Borchert, Susan Stroud, Robin Higgs, Nancy Barday, Beth Johnson, Janet Prokop, Beth Nemec, Cathy Sheetz, Kathy Janssen, Carol Flesher. SEC- OND ROW: Lisa Stansbury, Debbie Koerner, Ron Henderson, Susan Gildersleeve, Brenda Kern, Jarni Osborne, Colleen Brown, Jane Mac Millan, Janet Miller, Rob Neil, Vicki Wood, Don Leonard, Annie Ripper, Ranata Heroni- mus, Chuck Rhoades, David Morris, Sheryl Williams, Lyle Keller, David Bruner. THIRD ROW: Jeff Brand, Scott Saita, Anna Marie Wil- son, Keith Pelton, Mary Roehl, Robin Haas, Mike Davis, Greg Dalrymple, Suzanne Thom- as, Bryan Hayes, Ray Ramirez, Mitch Brim, Ron Winters, Blake Gross, Ted Ladner, Todd Stover, Sam McMann, Jim Smiley, Richard Cantrell, Cory Skinner, Steve Owen, Amy Hamm, Tom Farrier, Ron Roe, Bruce Friesen- dahl, Judy Grimmig, Porter Burtelson, Connie Hagar. FOURTH ROW: David Craig, Beth Bielsker, Susan Kippes, J. D. Bloomar, Kent Wallace, Tim Clairborne, Beth Grecian, Jerry Eklund, Glen Giesler, James Peter, Rusty Neissler, Paul Payne, Gary Gable, STANDING: Kevin Fenton, Mr. Ken Tickner, Scott Hum- phrey, David Edmonds, George Noble, Mark Ediger, Ann Cleland. 1 w Stage Band. FRONT ROW: George Noble, Da- vid Edmonds, Kazutoshi Maeda, Mike Welch Rick Weber, Susan Hodges, Kent Wallace. SECOND ROW: James Peter, Rusty Heisler, Jerry Eklund, Kevin Fenton, Beth Grecian, LEFT: Rehearsing for "Guys and Dolls" are Penny Thompson and Kay Cochran, '81, These two orchestra members performed at the Kansas Music Educators state meeting in February in Wichita. FAR LEFT: Orchestra. FRONT ROW: Tim Claiborn. BACK ROW: Jeff Bogue, Debbie Hastings, Debbie Sawyer, Eric Brende, Shyla Sundernath. Jeff Brand, David Morris, Judette Nordyke, Susan Stroud. THIRD ROW: Mitch Brim, Todd Stover, Richard Cantrell, Greg Dalrymple, Tom Ferrier, Director Kenneth Ticknor. mm QQTQWQU QQ: fatale matte Bfaefatliaatl E153 Siliieiumiiee tleeilmu The Vocal Music Department's four groups - the Charger Choir, Varsi- ty Choir, Choraliers, and the Topeka West Singers - under the direction of Forrest Davidson, had many per- formances planned for the year. Au- diences ranged from junior high school students to anyone who hap- pened to be watching "Noon Day" with Nancy Perry in December, when the Singers appeared on the show. A highlight of the different groups' efforts came on April 6 and 7, when they journeyed to Shawnee Mission East to compete in the annual State Music Festival. ABOVE: Choralaires. FRONT ROW: Daneva Hawley, Donna Thomas, Julianne Greene, Carol Woodward, Shelly Hund, Teresa Davis, Michelle Binkley, Tracy Donaldson. SECOND ROW: Forrest Davidson, directorg Sandy Has- tings, Teresa Wortham, Tess Watson, Julie Cox, Angie Hylton, Sherry Buchanan, Debra Freeman, Terri Pound. THIRD ROW: Cindy Braum, llana Cochrane, Brigid Murphy, Sonya Mills, Sandy Stewart, Terri Brende, Joyce Mellring, Tracy Epperson, Vicki Woods. NOT SHOWN: Carol Flesher, Kelly Highfill. RIGHT: Topeka West Singers. FRONT: Ruth Marshall. SECOND ROW: Kari Carter, Laura Dungan. THIRD ROW: Amy Goodell, Aaron Fowler, Kitty Selzer. FOURTH ROW: Lisa Stansbury, Doug Cafer, David Hanley, Jamie Wood. FIFTH ROW: Sara Yeager, John Lind- sey, Kevin Fenton, Grace Stewart. BACK ROW: Tim Carlson, Scott Souder, Chris Pierce. l i ,V.1 ' .ww-"9 2 . K f it J Sl A ,e N Mr? 4, 1. ,ei JA?-t Qt 4173 Wea, l VT Q ., -K W-.59 l L u ,, 'W 1 WX Mit 'T W 4' y 5 , 5, M S : ,l r wt 533+-si ,Q D- .. , ff T i: ' if wt , ,,,., f r. Tv 1 R i ' it N , 1 xx I if as .1 -dr 5 ' Q ,O i wr W9 i s 21 x :f QQU A ri. L Sway ii 1-.-H 32- -ff s, 'fe : if 'yt ,Mme - vit. S '7-Sf S., . TN? tl FAR LEFT: The Charger Choir. FRONT ROW: Forrest Davidson, director: Julie Browning, Ruth Marshall, Aaron Fowler, Doug Cater, Da- vid Hanley, Kari Carter, Valerie Morrison. Debbie Hastings. SECOND ROW: Kim Adams. Judy Werder, Sheryl Alley, Scott Shelly, Jeff Burkett, Jeff Miller, Connie Houser, Laura Dungan. THIRD ROW: Liz Phelps, Jennifer Marker, Lori Power, Ted Young, John Lind- sey, Kevin Fenton, Linda Manley, Amy Goo- dell, Lisa Stansbury. BACK ROW: Diane Hon- igs, Jamie Wood, Gretchen Wachs, Tim Carl- son, Scott Souder, Melvin Bledsdoe, Chris Pierce, Grace Stewart, Debbie Koerner, Sara Yeager. NOT SHOWN: Todd Wallace. is--X 'WN ABOVE: Varsity Choir. FRONT ROW: Linda Ca- son, Daveen Litwin, David Pitt, Todd Huntley, Susan Kelly, Kim Berberick, SECOND ROW: Forrest Davidson, director: Lori Conrad, Brad Bayless, Timothy Phelps, Douglas Norman. Lori Chambers, Kathy Bussard. THIRD ROW: Anne Tuchscherer, Chris Warfield. Troy Fowler, Bradley Henry, Robert Clasen, Jill Wood, Susan Maupin, BACK ROW: Joan Ediger, Stacy Mallory. Scott Swenson. Don Wright, Ron Winters, Susan Hodges, Cookie Smith. NOT SHOWN: Glady Crouch, Nancy Deckenbach, Randy Scott, Carl Smith. TOP CENTER: Waiting for her cue to join in the singing during varsity choir is Stacy Mal- lory, '81. LEFT: As Sara Yeager, '80, and Kari Carter, '79, touch their cheeks, Chris Pierce and Kevin Fenton. '79, get ready to burst into song. TOP RIGHT: Doing a song from their commercial skit are Singers Tim Carlson, '80, and Grace Stewart, '79. 9 93909 GIZIUQEP meeeempe On Oct. 6 and 7, the Topeka West Theater presented Abe Burrow's comedy "Cactus Flower," directed by Tom Mitchell. The play centered around Dr. Julian Winston and his girlfriend, Toni. When Toni wanted to meet the wife that Julian ,didn't have, the results were hilarious. The 10-member cast was Sandy Stewart, Toni Simmons, Todd Hunt- ley, Igor Sullivan, Kim Normanton, Stephanie Dickenson, Amy Goodell, Mrs. Dixon Durant, Kurt Schmidt, Dr. Julian Winston, Bruce William- son, Harvey Greenfield, Neal Scog- gin, Senor Arturp Sanchez, Don Leonard, Customer!Music Lover, Kelly Highfill, Boticelli's Springtime, Julie Janssen, Waitress. TOP: Looking exasperated at Bruce William- son, '81, during rehearsal is Kim Normanton, '79, RIGHT: Todd Huntley, '81, as Igor Sulli- van in "Cactus Flower," ABOVE: Sandy Stew- art, Don Leonard, '81, and Kim Normanton. '79, take part in warmups prior to rehearsal. Jia., LEFT: Pleading with Toni Simmons is Dr. Ju- lian Winston, BOTTOM RIGHT: Trying to rein- force her point as Kurt Schmidt, '79, looks on disapprovingly during rehearsal. is Kim Nor- manton, '79. BOTTOM CENTER: Bruce Wil- Iiamson, Sandy Stewart, '81, Kim Normane ton, and Kurt Schmidt, '79, read through "Cactus Flowerf' 'L TOP LEFT: Performing the "Galactic Ruler" sequence during the play are Marti Priest and Todd Huntley, '81. TOP RIGHT: Preparing for " . .. Fontessa" with warmups are Neal Scog- gin, '79, and Marti Priest, '81, FAR RIGHT: Playing kindergartners proves to be fun for the cast as they revert back to their child- hood. RIGHT: Acting out the parts of children during the kindergarten sequence are Steve Shipman, '80, and the rest of the cast. ABOVE: Trying to get into character before showtime is Marti Priest, '81, 4' G3 ew f, f ...:, A ,, A 'Q 4 Ji' t Wulomme euleeliaea iatileoiafaul ipileefa Under the direction of Tom Mitchell, the Topeka West Theater's Decem- ber Acting Ensemble, which was or- ganized this year as a touring troupe, created a "theater piece." It was based on a theme of changing which they performed for various area junior high schools and the gen- eral public. "I Used To Be A Pig, But Now l'm Fontessa" was created out of improvised situations, poetry and literature. The 10-member cast was Lisa Ca- son, Kelly Highfill, Todd Huntley, Kim Normanton, Linda Norton, Marti Priest, Kurt Schmidt, Neal Scoggin, Steve Shipman and Tori Williams. Eric Tolbert was the light- ing designer and Alicia Brownell the stage manager. C E337 QJVPQU EFQIEI QQSQJEPXQ Elumremilizzfafil Enom? Oral History projects began in January and involved 21 students. The tape! slide productions were directed by Mike Printz, librarian. The projects got their start in 1976 as a special Bicentennial Program. Ten his- tories were done that year and the same number were .done this year. "The ideal of the project is to have students aware of our rich local heri- tage and be able to share what they know with the community," Mr. Printz said. Topics this year included the Brookville Hotel, near Abilene: Little Russia, in North Topeka: The Grand Opera House, now the Grand Theater, the Menninger Foundation, and three ghost towns. People covered were Bradbury Thomp- son, a top graphic artist of the United States: and Georgia Neese Gray, the first woman to be U.S. Treasurer. An event that was covered was the first automobile trip to Pike's Peak, using a Topeka- manufactured Great Smith automobile. TOP: During their trip to Washington, D.C., Jewel Maddux and Doug Kirk, '79, find time to stop at the farmer's tractorcade. While in Washington they visited with various Kansas officials in government. RlGHT: Reading back- ground material on his project about the Men- ninger Foundation is Gary Boerger, 79. ABOVE: While researching their report on Georgia Neese Gray, the first woman to be U.S. Treasurer, Doug Kirk and Jewel Maddux, '79, talk to John Snyder, who was Secretary of State during that time period. O BPAIN S , 2. MQW ig . . , N5 ABOVE LEFT: Helping a student with his pro- ject is Mrs, Patty Callison. ABOVE: Discussing with Mike Printz how to go about developing his topic is Mark Morris, 79. LEFT: Sitting with Harold irwin, the owner ofthe only run- ning Great Smith automobile, is Frank Parli, '79, RlGl-lT: Due to record-setting cold tempera- tures, icicles were a common sight in Topeka. FAR RIGHT: Drifts reached to the top of D School during one snowstorm as students trudged through the ice and snow to class. BELOW: The school lights and the snow spar- kle during a cold winter night. BELOW RIGHT: Sledding down the amphitheater doesn't prove to be too successful for Dorothy Har' mon, '80, and Rhonda Carter and Jill Young. if f, Av :- rf f r' ' '79, when they sink into the wet snow. Qomekzeme GIWQGIEDYB fait euuminiy eilxtlee email iuvexu-mx eemmdlig Eagtaaemee Many Topekans dreamt of sunny skies and warm, sandy beaches as they fought the bitter winter weather of '79. Approximately 30 inches of snow fell in the Topeka area, making the winter one of the worst in the history of the city. The city suffered 54 continuous days of snow cover. The snow caused many inconveniences to residents of Topeka. Streets were congested with slow-moving traffic and numberous fender benders. The Board of Education closed down USD 501 schools Jan. 2, due to 11 inches of snow dumped on the city New Year's Eve. The snow was not a disappointment for those who enjoy winter recreation. Many took advantage of the white stuff to get out and do some sledding at Quinton Heights Hill and ice skating at various ponds around the city - anything to rid them of cabin fever. ,virga 4 is V f,'-WH? "'T-1:43 afazii -' N, Wg, .,gggjg-gr K H. 1 . 4' gusset, 19" Jffff V -ii A 5 A 5211e,s f :a 1 ' 'i'ssugt.- '.:gg:4-I ' .w Q LEFT: An aerial photographshows a snowy campus and the treacherous sidewalks and streets surrounding the school. ABOVE: The 9 janitors, while attempting to clear the sidewalks, end up getting stuck in a drift in- stead. Wine eiuofafa EJ sa fasmltxilimgj If competitive individual speaking and acting in several different areas sounded interesting at enrollment time, you probably enrolled in foren- sics. Students who enrolled in Les Kuhns' fifth hour forensics class sec- ond semester soon found out that forensics involved a lot more than just five hours of class per week. There were tournaments to attend on Saturdays and time to spend working on the various aspects of forensics. The different areas of for- ensics included original oration, dra- matic interpretation, improvised duet acting, and informative speak- ing, to name a few. RIGHT: Involved in a dramatic reading is Tom Akins, '79. BELOW: Forensics Team. FRONT ROW: Todd Huntley, Daveen Litwin, Amy Gar- ner, Jack Sippel, Susan Hurd, Laura Vossen. Marti Priest. SECOND ROW: Coach Les Kuhns, Tom Akins, Scott Swenson, Sandy Stewart. Andy Artzer, Kevin Cronister. BACK ROW: George Davis, Rick Hancock, Jon Fleenor. " N ,f N Tw' ., 4-. r Yrfeff? XX. M- '-X '50 V-W., P' 957 f V3 ff Ail 7251.43 io, .,i- Nbi 'ni ' no uw L W5 Nl' -'E SOM E S-'3"mfxiue.1.v , , -r Lffllft 9314251 wt A!! !+3w Gun: ,r tO SAG ANvT,w,f3 A,- V Nomiwc J. f in " 1 , nl 'P .V Y 4 in 1 . f .Q sawn- BOTTOM: Going over a reading is Sandy Stew- art, '81. BELOW: While practicing a skit, Su- san Hurd, '79, and Scott Swenson, '81, end up in each other's arms. LEFT: Forensics Coach Les Kuhns. .ai ', in Www? 'H-fir' Us: f , f X,.,. ...ar .- 1 A--' Q Qiiilfaee Zlkimimile GGIYBQWQ iiimetlo Homecoming was a success, thanks to the expert ,planning of Student Council. Judging by the parade, the bonfire and the dance, students could tell 'their representatives were on their toes. The bonfire started the whole thing off the evening of Oct. 26 with hot- dogs being served to the large crowd that attended. The next day at 9 a.m. the traditional parade was held. That evening the game against Salina Central was held at Moore Bowl. At halftime the Charger band, drill team, cheerleaders and various school clubs helped crown the king and queen, Scott Mallory and Sarah Brass, '79. The team beat Salina Central a whopping 20 to 0. A popular local band, Glass Apple, provided music for the dance which followed the game. The theme was Moonlight Serenade. RIGHT: Extremely happy and deeply moved at being voted Homecoming Queen by her peers is Sarah Brass. BOTTOM RIGHT: Riding along in the Homecoming parade are Brady Pryor and Jayne Ecrement, King and Queen candidates. BELOW: Ready for any emergen- cy during the parade is the Future Medical Careers Club. WE! LEFT: Putting all he's got into the kick-off at the Homecoming game is Jeff Harr, '79, BE- LOW: Being serenaded by Singers at the as- sembly are Sarah Brass and Scott Mallory. 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The six candidates - Anne Cle- land, Laura Dungan, Judy Werder, Tom Akins, Marc Degenhardt, and Paul Payne - were nominated by the senior class and voted on by the entire student body. The annual Queen of Courts dance was held following the game from 10 p.m. to midnight in the cafeteria, with entertainment provided by the band Evensong. ABOVE RIGHT: Looking up to a poised Paul Payne, '79, is queen candidate Laura Dungan, '79, RIGHT: Telling the candidates that they have the "cutest little baby face" are the Topeka West Singers. QQ Q iff Smiling at members of the student body as they are- presented at the Queen of Courts assembly are, LEFT: Judy Werder and Tom Akins. BELOW: Anne Cleland and Marc Degen- hardt. BELOW LEFT: Laura Dungan and Paul Payne. ifitiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiititittittttiititiiitiiiiiiittittiiiiiitit - WI me 5 "Q H I ' -fy, ,f . , .:,n - Q51-.f A 3 S -ff.: 1 5, '+ Vi' Q . . . 14.1 ? . . 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TOP: In order to unblock the doors so that non-smokers could pass through easi- ly, StuCo passed a revision to the smoking policy with smoking being allowed only in front of certain doors. RIGHT: A special Grandparents' Day was held with the gradpar- ents visiting the students' classes and eating lunch in the cafeteria. Evaluation of results was not re- leased by StuCo. The Council initiated a Grandpar- ents' Day, but only a few students hosted their grandparents at the special program in their honor. Tra- ditional dances, teacher evaluations and other projects occupied much of the Council's time and energy. 1 LEFT: During the faculty luncheon, Rep. Wan- da Dammann, '81, listens to Miss Georgia Patterson chat. The luncheon, given by Stuco, was held the week before school start- ed. BELOW: Helping create decorations for the Snow Ball dance during a workcall are members of Stuco. M. ,. ,fit 3 5 5 w if Q ,X E Q 3 -1 J 1 5 1 1 5 f f 1 ff. - -. . . . fi ,- ww- vi: .--,' ,Q,.,,-L..,: f.ff M, .-.. 14, - - f-. - , . -.-,Qi :fr-:.,.pff-,e,.--'sv-.f.f:,wf,f:-f,1:,1wf,w,,p-Aqi:-f"ff.fwVw- A Hwfg- .- f - f . X ' l 0 is ow 0' 1 so, f..,. S 5 sl S 5 r n 1: 5 i I K r , li 'S QE Z 5 5 LE Q, ii I E S 5 F 3 2 a 3 H A xx s xx: wtsnmnn lnxavlusissr-:r:,':1': F' ,, ' 7-5 swQ2,....., Wmmw ufsQXmmmwe:wwmww 1fwewawww mXw1fMelissamwmmmnmwx'rrmwwmsm 'sissmvmwmsl am: mmmuwmn mmm 2 2 X 11 1 5 2? g - SQ F s K E1 S 4 fi 1x 3 E 3 if gi s . 2 3 3 S1 1 viii' ff 6 We .., M 'fezfi i it fi 1 5 3 5 1 2 i Q . 2 J ? fi l x Q! J .4 ,I 1 1 w A a 2: 2 3 2 2 S i .1 3 i - S- , - -. . -fi 1' Q. ,fw-.f'2-f-sw,,gzcawwwisffsm1fAwies:rwmma+w4mw,wwaf1garfwwfgmw1-fx-ewfwifsfw, fr Q- : f - -- ' - '- f -'wwffw'w-w:ff- Q 2 K, X Q fs 3 Q ? 2 L: S le Q E 2 3 4 ? I E 2 5 2 i 5 E E 3 1 if E s s ? f i 1 3 2 i 2 ? 2 Z S 2 X 2 ,Q 1 3 E i 21 E a 5 , was-amy X mmfmmm um.Qwssnmwmwwmlmwmmwwgefgwmx xsmmar 1 Z 5 1 9 x i. E S 2 2 Q E 12 Q , . V. , J . , 4. ..,, A in , . , . I , . K. ,,,.,, i K: 3,,,,k,,...,A,,,..: K - , ll as 4' t JK " t " "' 4 Qu G19 999 v. 4' "' Q i - 1 V +- N1 il il " I' 4 " 1+ 4 +1 1+ 4 it ,, 4 'A' ll- 4 4 4' 4 Qfamilvnufe Wllbeiisu falimumunsglii pfauferilaa The super-great seniors of '79 had many fun activities planned through- out the year to keep them busy. Among them were entering a float in the Homecoming parade, a senior talent show, a dance to celebrate the end of the first semester, and Grad Night at Worlds of Fun, to name a few. Keeping the Class of '79 on the ball were the class officers. The seniors elected Judy Werder, president: Debbie Hastings, vice-president: and Pam Miller, secretary-treasurer. ABOVE RIGHT: Giving her alluring wink that drives men wild is Lorelei Logan, '79, ABOVE: Proving that macho is not only for men is "macho woman" Connie Hager, '79. RIGHT: Singing up a storm in choir are seniors Laura Vossen and Lisa Stansbury, '00 V L BOTTOM LEFT: The effects of watching too much "Saturday Night Live" and "Animal House" are obvious in Charlie Chaplin and John Belushi look-alikes David Welch, '80, and Tom Akins, '79. BELOW: Completely wasted after a long, hard day at regional journalism contest, Sheryl Remmel and Todd Hottman, '79, lean back and take a rest on the way home. -A A 3 .p S -P' BOTTOM: "Smile and the whole world smiles with you" proves to- be the motto of Carol DeSelm and Nancy Nelson, '79. BELOW: An incredulous Jeff Griggs, '79, is caught with his guard down when he finds he doesn't have time to pose or comb his hair for the picture. Tom Akins, ere: Allen Jeff Allen Tobi Allen Sheryl Alley Debbie Amos Sheree Amos Gary Anderson .ef A s 'A ' i - I '33, . 12 , , 3 iv A S 4.3 ' ' elif' r f ? ijt. -t 553,5 - .L sr g r ,' I Jay Anderson Ubby Anton Ann Arp 5h3flA5aY hrittttttiiiitiiiiitii 'ki''A'ii'k'k'k'k'k'A"k'k'k'k'k'i'k'kt'k'ki'ki"A"ki"ki"k'A"ki"k iiiitittiiid TOM AKINS: Debate 1.2, president 3: Student Congress 1.2, president 3: Class president 1,2: Charger Spirit l,2,3: Homecoming crew 1,2,3: Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 2: Snow Ball crew 1,2.3: Queen of Courts crew 1.2.33 Assem- blies crew 1,2,3: Proctor 3: Student exchange 1: Forensics 1,2, president 3: Outstanding Novice Debater 1: Outstanding Debater 2: Outstanding Forensics Person 2: District Opti- mist Oratorical Contest runner-up 1. JEFF ALLEN: Football 1, letter 2.3: Track 2: Lab Assistant 1: Proctor 1. SHERYL ALLEY: AFS 3: Charger Spirit 1: Charger Choir 3: State Music Festival 2: Chor- alaiers 2: Varsity Choir 1: Variety Showcase 2: Razz-a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz 3: Proctor 2: White Rose Procession 2. DEBBIE AMOS: Volleyball 2: White Rose Pro- cession 2. SHEREE AMOS: French 3: Catalina 1,23 Senior Leader 3: Sunflower Girls State 2: Charger Spirit 1,2,3: Proctor 2. GARY ANDERSON: French Club 2.3. JAY ANDERSON: Charger Band 1: Varsi Band 1. LIBBY ANTON: French Club 1,23 Gymnastil letter 1: Senior Leader 3: JV Cheerleader Assemblies crew 2: Proctor 2.3: White Ro- Procession 2: Oration 1. ANN ARP: AFS vice-president 3: French Cli 3: Thespians 3: Track 1: Model UN 3: "Sou Pacific" crew 2: "Picnic" 3: "Much Adc crew 3: White Rose Procession 2, SHARI ASAY: White Rose Procession 2. Mark Bailey Sherri Ball Sherry Bean Wes Beck Kent Becker Michele Becker Greg Beelman Kathy Behrens Rebecca Berkich David Bernauer Gary Bernhardt Lynn Bero kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiif'I'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiikiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiii SHERI BALL. French Club 21 Drill Team 1.2 co-captain 3g Dance choreographer 3L "Razz a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3. SHERRY BEAN: White Rose Procession 2. KENT BECKER. Gymnastics letter 1.2.33 Campus View sports editor 233 MICHELE BECKER: Dance 3. White Rose Pro cession 2. GREY BEELMAN: FMCC 3i German Club 1. vice-president 2: Golf 2, letter 3: Wrestling letter 1,2,3, captain 31 Charger Spirit 1,2.3 REBECCA BERKICH' S anlsh Club 123 , p , , 3 ,,Thespians l,2.3g Host 8. Hostess 2.3: Catalina 1.2.3g Dance 33 Swimming letter 2, Charger Spirit 1.2. officer 3: "Anne Frank" crew 14 "Summer and Smoke" crew 1 ' Our Town" 23 White Rose Procession 2: Spanish Con curso 2 3 GARY BERNHARDT German Club 3 LVNN BERO: Host 8. Hostess 1 2 3 Charger Spirit 3, Varsity Choir 1 Proctor 2 Wrte Rose Procession 2 get , xilg: Q 2 v X I A fix fl C 'i 1' . ,yfgiil Nancy Bertram Kim Bettis Jaflny Bmiflgef . W 5 5 3 W' Joe Blanfofd Chris Blanton Tom Bliss Gary Boefgef TTIGFGSB BOl'1Ci iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiii' NANCY BERTRAM: Spanish Club 2. H KIM BETTIS: Basketball 1: Football 1, letter 2.3. JANNY BILLINGER: AFS 2.3: Spanish Club 2. 3: Thespians 1: Host 84 Hostess 3: Dance Club 3: Student Congress 3: Charger Spirit 1,2,3: Proctor 1: White Rose Procession 2: Scholas- tic Art Contest 2. DAVID BLACKMAN: Cross Country 1: Golf 2.3: Track 1: Charger Band 2: Varsity Band 1: State Music Festival 1: Campus View chief photographer 3: Chevalier photographer 2. CHRIS BLANTON: Dance 3: Charger Spirit 1,2,3: "Anne Frank" 1. STEVE BOAL: Gymnastics letter 1.3: Track 1. GARY BOERGER: Basketball 1.2: Swimming letter 33 Track 1,3: Jazz Ensemble 1: State Music Festival 1: Concert Band 1: Regional Journalism Contest 3: Campus View 1, ad sales 2.3. THERESA BOND: Catalina 3: Good Timers 2: Peer 3: Volleyball 2.3: Senior Leader 3: Princi- pal's Advisory Council 2.3: Charger Spirit 1,2,3: "Homecoming" crew 1: "Queen of Courts" crew 3: Lab assistant 2.3: Proctor 2: White Rose Procession 2. DAVID BORGHARDT: Cross Country letter 1.2,3: Track 1. letter 2. David Blackman Steve Boal David Borghardt Tom Brady 'k'k'ki'i"ki'k'k'ki"k'k'k'A"ki"k'k'ki'i'ki"ki' i'A"k'k'k'k'A"ki"A"kA TOM BRADY: Swimming letter 1,2,3: Stdfdent Congress 1. Charger Spirit l,2,3: "Home- coming" crew 1.2,3: Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. I Jeff Brand Larry Brandle Sarah Brass so l a Eric Brende Barbie Bridwell Cathy Brown John Brown Kevin Brown phnhp Bmwn Alma Brownell Kenneth Brubaker Bob Bugg hitttiiiiiiiiiiitiiii'iii''A''k1''A''kiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii JEFF BRAND: FMCC 1: French I: Tennis 1: Swimming 3: Student Congress rep 2.3: Homecoming crew 3:AJr.-Sr, Prom crew 2: Snow Ball crew 33 Queen of Courts crew 3: Charger Band 1.2.3: Stage Band 3: Varsity Band 1: Concert Band 1.2.3. SARAH BRASS: French 2: Track 1. letter 2: Charger Spirit 1.2.3: Varsity Cheerleader 2.3: Soph. Cheerleader 1: Homecoming Queen 3: Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 2: White Rose Procession 2. JOHN BROWN: Library assistant 2.3. KEVIN BROWN: Football 1, letter 2.3: Swim- ming letter 1.2.3. ALICIA BROWNELL: FMCC secretary-treasur- er 3: Spanish 1.2: Thespians 1,2.3: Good Tim- ers 3: Forensics 2: Swimming 2.3: Charger Spirit 3: "Razz-a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3: "Anne Frank" crew 1: "Summer and Smoke" crew 1: "Much Ado About Nothing" cast 3: "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" crew 1: "Private Ear Public Eye" crew 1: "Picnic" crew 2: "I Used To Be a Pig, but Now I'm a Fontessa" crew 3: "Our Town" crew 2: "South Pacific" crew 3: "Cactus Flower" sta- gemanager 3: Proctor 3: White Rose Proces- sion 2: Spanish Concurso 2. KENNETH BRUBAKER: Charger Band 1: Var- sity Band 1: Concert Band 1. BOB BUGG: AFS 3: FMCC 2.3: Chess 2.3 Swimming 2. Rhonda Bunde Raelane Burris Dwayne Burton Greg Buschg x 5. f' , Q 'E i 5 David Butler Doug Cater Mike Callison Cynthia Campbell 'YI " i if A: ' ,i 1' .gli .lf 'Mi .. p V 3 I 5 5 David Carr Kerry Carter Rhonda Carter Vicki Chamberlin fiiiiitiiiittitiiitit iiiiitiittiiittitiitiikiiiiiiiriiiii 'A"k'k'k'ki"k'ki"A"ki RHONDA BUNDE: AFS 1: FHA 1: Varsity Choir 33 Flag Team 23 Watertown Senior High. S.D. I3 Murray High School. Utah 2. DAVID BUTLER: Wichita South: Debate 2: Thespians 23 Student Congress 1: Homecom- ing crew 23 Jr.-Sr. prom crew 2: "Cruicible" crew 13 "Thurber Carnival" 1: "Bye Bye Bird- ie" cast and crew 23 9 1-act plays cast and crew 23 Music Assemblies crew 2. MIKE CALLISON: German Club 2: Wrestling 1,23 Senior Leader 33 Yell Leader 3. CYNTHIA CAMPBELL: French Club 1,2.3: Catalina 13 Good Timers 1,23 Girls Basketball Manager 13 Charger Spirit 13 Homecoming. 03 crew 1.23 Queen of Courts crew 23 White Rose Procession 23 North Central Evaluation 2. KERRY CARTER: NFL 13 French Club l,2.3: Charger Choir 2,31 Singers 2,33 Choralaires 13 Variety Showcase 23 "This Is Entertainment" 13 "Our Town" 23 "South Pacific" 23 "Picnic" 23 "In the Beginning" 13 White Rose Proces- sion 23 Forensics 1. RHONDA CARTER: AFS 3: Charger Spirit 1,2.33 Queen of Courts crew 13 National Piano Guild Accompanist 1,2,33 White Rose Proces- sion 23 Regional Journalism contest 2.3: State Journalism contest 2,32 National Journalism Education conference and contest 33 Cheva- lier sports editor 2, co-editor-in-chief 3. VICKI CHAMBERLIN: Choralaires 2: Varsity Choir 13 Variety Showcase 2, Library Assisi tant 3: Chevalier index editor 3 - 4 Collette Chandler Gary Christy "lf 1 J, wif X .l.L I , V. X, X fe Duane Clemons Beck! Childress Cathy Clark Karen Chitwood Roby Christian Rodney Clayton Anne Cleland I Jennifer Clow David Cole Julie Condley iiittittiitiitiiiiiii'ki''A'iiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiki''kiiiiiiriiiil COLETTE CHANDLER: French Club 1, presi- dent 2, treasurer 3. Good Timers 1,2.3: Ten- nis 1.2. letter 3: Student Congress rep 2. Prin- cipal's Advisory Council 11 Interim Advisory Council 23 Charger Spirit 1.2.31 Homecoming crew 23 Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 2. Snow Ball crew 23 Prom Publicity Chairman 21 White Rose Procession 2. NCA Student Tour Guide 2,3 BECKI CHILDRESS' Track 13 Principal's Advi- sory Council 21 State Music Festival 2. Chora- lalres 2. Varsity Choir 1. "lf They Could See Us Now" 24 "Anne Frank" crew 1: Proctor 2.31 White Rose Procession 2, KAREN CHITWOODZ Senior Leader 3 ROBY CHRISTIAN. Swimming letter 1 GARY CHRISTY: Football 1. letter 2.3: Track letter 1,2.3: Charger Spirit 1.2.3, CATHY CLARK: Volleyball lg Principal's Advi- sory Council 2.3. Charger Spirit 1,2.3: Home- coming crew 1.33 Snow Ball 1.3: Queen of Courts 35 Assemblies 35 Library Assistant 3. RODNEY CLAYTON: Football 1. letter 2.32 ANNE CLELAND' Good Timers 3g Tennis letter 1.2.33 Charger Spirit 1.2: Charger Band 1,2.3: State Music Festival 1.2.33 Concert Band 1.2.31 Lab Assistant 2. White Rose Procession 2. Drum Mayor 2.33 Men's Tennis manager 3. DAVID COLE: French Club 1: Swimming letter 1.2.33 Student Congress 11 Yell Leader 3, 0 JULIE CONDLEY: White Rose Procession 2 Editor of Junior Achievement newspaper 3. 052 if v ., . fk Q J , 1, , fm-I y ,-., A9 A I fi J v- V r ft I it F' 5' 'Q f . f W' ' .fu 'Y , t L Q Ye if h K , f I 4. I ' 'Q .v y X f . I O I Sean Conlin Bill Connor Kathy Correll Kirn Fox Jennifer Coulson Jim Craeton Stacy Crisp Sandy Crispin Mike Crowl Q, fa Janet Current Daryl Darnrnann David Daudet ittitttiiittttttttiiiit'kiiititiiiiitiiiittiiiiiiiitiiiiiiriiiiititiii KATHY CORRELL Spanish 1.2, officer 3: Swimming 1.3. letter 2. Charger Spirit 1, Vari- ety Showcase 21 "Anne Frank" crew t'Our Town" crew 2. "South Pacific" crew 2. 'Cac' tus Flower" crew 3: White Rose Procession 2: Spanish Concurso 2,3 O JENNIFER COULSONA Proctor 3. KIM COX: AFS State Roundup 2: French 1. vice-president 2. Host 8. Hostess 1.2. presi- dent 33 Tennis 1: Student Congress rep 3. State 81 Regional Workshop 3: Principals Ad- visory Council 33 Charger Spirit treasurer 3: "Homecoming" crew 3: "Snow BaII" cres 3: "Queen of Courts" crew 3: Proctor 2.3.Wh1te Rose Procession 2. SANDY CRISPIN: Senior Leader 3. Proctor 3 MIKE CROWL: "Our Town" crew 23 Library assistant 23 Proctor 2, f' U 0 I 0 JANET CURRENT: Lab assistant 3: Proctor 3 White Rose Procession 2. DARYL DAMMANN: Charger Spirit l.2,3. Challle Davis Marc Degenhardt John Dicus gf. l ,- l Dlegel Carol DeSelm Russell Dille Bill Dickey X .q v 3 'Xi' 3 'Gr rf 1. af. 'vivid 5' ft il ,V ld' , 5 I. rf. , . . 3 5' " ll 2- 'tif ' M , . i l 17 I 1 Y f- 1 P Dlana Dinkle sb Jeff Dodds Tracle Donaldson Tammy Douglas Laura Dungan iiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'i''k'ki'k'k'ki'i'i"k'k'k'kiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii CHAILLE DAVIS: Catalina 2. president 33 "Summer and Smoke" crew 13 Theater Festi- val l 13 White Rose Procession 2. MARC DEGENHARDT: German Club 1.23 Bas- ketball 1.2, letter 3: Charger Spirit 1.2.3. CAROL DESELM: French Club 1, treasurer 2, president 3: German Club 1, president 2: Drill Team 2, captain 33 Dance Club 33 Junior lead- er 23 Senior leader 33 Charger Spirit 2.31 White Rose Procession 23 "Razz-a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3. BILL Dlcltsv: Football 3,' letter 2. Wrestling 1.2.31 Proctor 2.3. KIM DIEGEL: Varsity Cheerleader 23 Soph. cheerleader 13 Assemblies 1.2.31 Charger Choir 33 Choralaires 23 Varsity Choir 13 White Rose Procession 2. RUSSELL DILLE: Charger Spirit 1.2.3. DIANA DINKLE: Catalina Club 1.2.31 Dance Club 33 Gymnastics 3. letter 1,22 Swimming letter 2,32 Senior Leader 33 Principal's Adviso- ry Council 23 Charger Spirit 1.2.33 Charger Band 13 Varsity Band 13 White Rose Proces- sion 23 Student Exchange 1. JEFF DODDS: Debate Squad 1. Wejh if? 1 3 gl? Q, ' E . - ' N 'Q " 5 f Q ' IX Mgr ' . K A 5 R1 . 4 ' ' ll f Q I' ' , ' ' f f ' X ' l' f,'if L, 5 3 ' .X Becky Dunnaway d f in N Annette Durst Jeannette Durst Marianne Dutt Brad Eakes Jayne Ecrement Mark Ediger , I F 3 ik' 1' I A., , Q, l 3 Y if A -1 ,iff rf. .ff I- . .f ii it 1 Zak X Ska. vw e f, Toby Edwards Linda Eells Charles Eissler Kelly Elliott Natalie Evanson iiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiii'ki''R'A''k'k'ki"k'k'k'k'kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiid BECKY DUNNAWAY: Good Timers 33 Swim' ming 1. letter 2,31 Lab Assistant 23 White Rose Procession 23 Teacher Aide 3. ANNETTE DURST: German Club 1, sec. trea- surer 33 Campus High School, Wichita 1.2. JEANNETTE DURST: Proctor 33 German Club 1,21 Proctor 23 Pep Club 1,21 Campus High School, Wichita 1.2. MARIANNE DUTT: Student Congress rep 1: Charger Spirit 13 Homecoming crew 13 Snow Ball crew 13 Proctor 23 White Rose Procession 2. JAYNE ECREMENT: Girls State alternate 23 Cheerleader 13 Homecoming attendant 33 MARK EDIGER: Host and Hostess Club 33 Charger Band 1.2.3Q Stage Band 2,33 State Music Festival 1.2.31 Concert Band 1,2,3Q "South Pacific" orchestra 2. LINDA EELLS: White Rose Procession 2. KELLY ELLIOTT: German Club 23 Good Timers 2,32 Drill Team 13 Modern Dance Club 33 Gym- nastics 13 Swimming 13 Charger Spirit 33 Homecoming crew 2,32 Assemblies crew 33 State Music Festival 13 Choralaires 13 White Rose Processoion 2. NATALIE EVANSON: Spanish Club 1,23 Good Timers 23 Drill Team 13 Track letter 13 Princi- pal's Advisory Council 13 Charger Spirit 1.2.3 Cheerleader 1.2.31 Homecoming attendant 3 White Rose Procession 2. ,-F fe I 5 ' 452 '7 2 x Ward Fannin Kevin Fenton Caroline Field Lisa Filiatreault ,Q ' 2-'W an i- '-1 .DJ dQLAl ,mT'l El i e' W if-pl. l -- , K .mf A Yr 11 W S .ff Jane Firestone Edye Fisher John Fitzgerald Dale Flowers RUSS Fgrtner Valerie Foster Aaron Fowler Brad Fox ittttit-kttiitiitttftt'kitir'k'k-ki"k'k'k'kt'k'ktittttttttiitittttitiiiitiiittii WARD FANNIN: French Club 1. 3. social chair- man 2: Chess Club 3. vice president 1, presi- dent 2: Golf 2.3: Wrestling 1.2: Chevalier club editor 3. LISA FILIATREAULT: Gymnastics 1: JV Cheer- leader 2: Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 2. ' JANE FIRESTONEI Good Timers 1: Principals Advisory Council 2.3: Charger Spirit 1: "Molly Brown" crew 1: Choralaires 3: Varsity Choir 1.2: Variety Showcase 3: White Rose Proces- sion 2. I EDYE FISHER: Drill Team 2.3: Gymnastics let- ter l.3: Senior Leader 3: White Rose Proces- sion 2: Oration 1. JOHN FITZGERALD: Gymnastics 1: Proctor 2.3. DALE FLOWERS: Spanish Club secretary 1: Thespians 2.3: Host and Hostess Club 2.3: Chess Club 3: Charger Spirit 3: Homecoming crew 3: "Much Ado About Nothing" 3: Princi- pal's Advisory Council 3: Terry Sanford High School. Fayetteville, N. C.: Business Club 2: Newspaper 2. RUSS FORTNER: Tennis letter 2.3: VALERIE FOSTER: Spanish 1.2: Host and Hos- tess 2: Good Timers 3: Peer 3: Dance 3: Track 3: Volleyball 1.2. letter 3: Charger Spirit 1.2.3: Proctor 3: White Rose Procession 2: Spanish Concurso 2.3: Student Exchange 2. 31041 Paul Frahm Sherri Frank Mike Freeby Hogue Funston Richard Gaito Bessie Gauthier Duncan Friend Vikl Gauthier Tim Gentry Jeff Gibbons Sherry Gibson Tim Gibson iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'Rr'Iii'i"ki"k'k'k'ki"k'k'ki'i'ki'k'k'k'k'k'k'k'k'ki'i'i"k'kii"ki"k'A'i"k'ki'k'k PAUL FRAHM1 Golf 1'2. BESSIE GAUTHIER: Track 1.2.33 Charger Spir-h SHERRI GIBSON: FMCC 2: Spanish Club it 2,33 Proctor 23 White Rose Procession 2, 1,2,3Q Host and Hostess Club 33 Charger Spir- ED FUNSTONg Charger Spirit 1: --Annelpfany' it 1,23 White Rose Procession 23 Spanish Con- Cfew 1: --Summer and Smoken dew 1' VIKI GAUTHIER: Track 13 Senior Leader 33 curso 2. Spanish Concurso 1. GREG GLEASON: Golf 13 "Razz-a4Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 33 Library assistant 2.3. 'll Greg Gleason Gary Goebel Nadine Goff Amy Goodell . ' .,nlv 25. I g W, ,,.. ,,l , IAA f .I if J ' w...QQ " 9 Rita Goodger Alaire Gordon Daniel Green Kenneth Green . ' I if f f ' 1 -1 . i 13 , Z ig if i I 1.. 75 'L "'. . ' 5533 . 'Z V "Quant , ii "W - . 4' ' - ., . f ' .- ii A 7,-fr Jr. ny. if we 2 W rrre 3 6 'Mihlf U, 4 ELA Dan Greene Jeff Griggs Judy Grimmig Sally Gutierrez h"k'ki"k'A"'A'i'i'i'ir'k'k'k'k'ki'i'i'i"A''kinkiiiktitiiiiiiiiiikiiiiiiiiiiiiii'kiitiiitiiii GARY GOEBEL: Charger Band 1.2,3: Stage Band 2.31 State Music Festival 2.3: Concert Band 1,2,3: "South Pacific" 2. AMY GOODELL: Thespians 1.2, Activities offi- cer 3: PrincipaI's Advisory Council 2: Charger Spirit 1,2.3: Charger Choir 2.3: Singers 2.3: State Music Festival 1.2.33 Choralaires 13 Var- sity Choir lg "Variety Showcase" 2: "Razz'a' Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3: "Summer and Smoke" crew 1: Theater Festival l crew 1: Theater Festival Il cast 2: "Our Town" cast 2: "South Pacific" crew 2: "Cactus Flower" cast 3: White Rose Procession 2: Campus View co- editor 3: "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" 1: "Private Ear!Public Eye" crew 1: "Picnic" crew 2: "Much Ado About Nothing" crew 3. ALAIRE GORDON: Spanish Club 2.3: Good Timers 2: Track 1: Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 3: Lab assistant 2: White Rose Procession 2. DANIEL GREEN: Library assistant 2,3. DAN GREENE: Homecoming crew 1: Varsity Band lp Concert Band 1. JUDY GRIMMIG: French 2: Swimming lg' Charger Spirit 1.2.31 Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 3: Queen of Courts crew 3: Assemblies crew 1.2.33 Charger Band 1.2.3: Stage Band 2,31 Concert Band 1,2,3g "Razz-a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3g This is Entertainment 23 Stu- dent Exchange 3: "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" crew 1. o SALLY GUTIERREZ: Spanish Club 1.2: Charg- er Spirit lg Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 3: White Rose Procession 23 Spanish Concurso 2. ililil -5 .dn I i A H eff- 9x . ' A LQDL.: Jett Handley Connie Hager Gregg Hall Mike Hancock y 6-ni David Hanley Sharon Harder Rachel Hargis Heather Harper Liz Harper Jeff Harr Randy Harris Allen Harlzaii iiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiikiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii CONNIE HAGER: Charger Spirit 1.2.32 Charg- er Band 1,2,3Q Stage Band 2.31 State Music Festival 1: Concert Band 1.2.33 "Razz-a-Ma- Tazz and All That Jazz" 33 "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" 13 White Rose Procession 2 MIKE HANCOCK: German Club 11 Debate Squad 1.2.33 Student Congress 1.2: Class offi- cer 1.23 Model UN 1.2.33 Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 23 Snow Ball crew 1.23 Queen of Courts crew 1: Science Seminar 1.2.3. ililfl JEFF HANDLEY: Debate Squad 23 Football 1. letter 2.33 Swimming 1. letter 2.33 "Anne Frank" crew 23 "South Pacific" 23 Library as- sistant 2.3. SHARON HARDER: FHA 1.21 Charger Spirit 2.33 State Music Festival 1.23 Varsity Choir 2, RACHEL HARGIS: Spanish 13 Library assistant 33 White Rose Procession 2. LIZ HARPER: Washburn Rural: Singers 13 Proctor 23 Coach assistant 2, JEFF HARR: Football 1.2.3, RANDY HARRIS: Spanish 1.2.3. Swimming letter 1.2.3. , ALLEN HARTZELL: Lab assistant 2.33 Cheva-I lier photographer 33 Oral History 3. Debbie Hastings Susie Hastings Scott Helus Abigail Henderson Scott Hayen Kim I-lenoch Michele Hayes Doug Henricks Charlie Hill Ray Hinrichs Derek Hinton Mark Hodges hrtttirtt-kiriitttirtirttitttttttt-ktiitt-kttit-k-k'kttttt-k-k-kt-kttii'k-k-k-A-it-tri:-k-ki"h DEBBIE HASTINGS: Catalina Club 1, officer 2: Drill Team 1,23 Dance Club 3, Gymnastics 1, Student Congress 2, Sr. Class vice-president 33 Snow Ball Queen 3, Homecoming crew 2, chairman 3, Jr.- Sr. Prom crew 2: Snow Ball crew 2, chairman 33 Queen of Courts crew 2,33 Charger Choir 3, Orchestra lg State Mu- sic Festival 2,3g Choralaires 2, "This is Enter- tainment" 23 "Razz-A-Ma-Tazz" 33 "South Pa- cific" 2, White Rose Procession 2. MICHELE HAYES: Homecoming Parade 3: Parkway West High School 13 French Club lt Science Seminar lg Sottball letter 13 Dance Concert 1, Richardson High School: 2,31 Stu- dent Congress Senator 33 Spirit Committee 3: Carousel of Roses Dance Committee 3: RHGC 2,35 "Royal Non-such" crew 33 Art Show Set up 2. SCOTT HELUS: Basketball 1: Cross Country 2, letter 3, Track 1,2,3. KIM HENOCH1 Spanish Club 1,2,3g Host and Hostess Club 33 Charger Spirit 1,2,3, Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 23 Queen of Courts crew 33 White Rose Procession 23 Spanish Concurso 3. CHARLIE HILL: Golf 1,2,33 Charger Spirit 1,2,3. RAY HINRICHS: Proctor 2, DEREK HINTON: Debate Squad 1, Golf 1,21 Newspaper 1. MARK HODGESZ Wrestling letter 1,23 Stage Band 1: Variety Showcase 1, "This is Entere tainment" 23 Spanish Concurso 3. Beverly Holeman tit! lodd Hottman Duane Hontgs Daun Hortter Anson Hoagland Comme Houser Stott Hosler Ron Howard Dale Hrenchlr Hank Hudson Dan Hughes Scott Hulse itittiittittttttitiii'liftitttttiiritiiitttttitiiiiiitiiitiiiittitiiii BEVERLY HOLEMAN: Spanlsh Club 12, Thes' plans l,2,3, Varstty Chotr 1, "Anne Frank" crew lg "Summer and Smoke" crew 1. Sc: ence Semunar 13 State Journaltsm Contest 2. Nattonal Journaltsrn Contest 3, Campus Vtew reporter 2,3, Forenstcs 1,2 DIANE HONIGS: Spantsh Club 1 2, Charger Sptrtt 1,25 Charger Chotr 3, State Musrc Festa' ilil- vall,2,3,ChoralatreS1,2,Whtte Rose Protes sron 2, Spantsh Concurso 3. ' The Unstnkatnle Molly Brown" 1. TODD HOTTMAN Regtonal Journalism Cort- test 23 Chevalter photographer 2,3 CONNIE HOUSER FMCC 1, Forensics l Thesptans l,2,3, Charger Chotr 2,3, State Mustc Festtval 1.2.31 Choralarres 1. "Thus IQ Fntertarnmentn 23 "Razz-a-Mael'a11 and All That Jazz" 3, "Anne Frank" 1, "Summer and Smoke" crew lg "The Unstnkable Molly Brown" lg "Prtvate Ear!Publtc Eye" crew 1, "Our Townt' crew 2, "South Paultcu 2, "Cac- lus Flower" crew 3, Ltbrary asststant 2, Whtte Rose Processton 2 Scott Humphrey Sllvla lnondo Robert Janeskl Susan Hurd Barbra Hurley Glenda Hurst Julle Janssen Beth Johnson 5 ' Glenn Johnson Suzanne Johnson Brad Johnston Val Jones iiiitttttitittiitiiti'iii'A'i'ttiiiiirtittiittitiiiitiiittiii'kiirtitiiiii-H SUSAN HURD FMCC 1. Debate Squad 3 Host 81 Hostess lg Prlnclpal's Advlsory Coun cll l, Whlte Rose Processlon 2 GLENDA HURST: Host 81 Hostess 3. Proctor 3g Charger Splrlt 2.3L Whlte Rose Processlon 2, Wamego: Dnll Team 1, Volleyball 1: Charg- er Splrlt 1. ROBERT JANESKI' Debate Squad 1.2. Chess 2.3: Student Congress 1.2.3 JULIE JANSSEN: FNICC 2, Correspondlng sec retary 33Thesplans1,2,3.Catallna1,2,3,Dylll learn l,2.35 Peer 2.3: Dancetglub 3. Swlm mlng 3. letter 2. "Anne Frank" Crew l, "Sum mer and Smoke" crew lg "Our Town" crew 2 "South P3CIfICH crew 23 "Cactus Flowert' cast 3. Lab assustant 2g Whlte Rose Processlon 2. Forenslcs 2. BETH JOHNSON' Spanlsh 11 Basketball 1,2 letter 31 Volleyball 1: Charger Splrlt 3 Clwarg er Band 1.2.31 Concert Band 12,3 Whale Rose Processlon 23 Spanlsh Concurso 2 VAL JONES Forenslcs1,2,Secretary treasur er 3, Debate Squad 1.2, Secretary treasurer 3, Homecornlng crew 1, Snow Ball crew 1. Queen of Courts crew 1. Proctor 2. Whate Rose Processlon 2 SCOTT HUMPHREY Host 81 Hostess 3. Tennls 1.2, letter 3, Charger Splrlt 1.23. Charger Band 1,2.3, Varslty Band 1. Concert Band 1,23 , 31921 Mary Karle Lea Ann Kastens Ruth Kastens TONY Keatley fx sud' Khaiibshamdi Toni Kilts Mwhelle Kinney Dove Kirk Judy Klein Lmda Klug John Knight Elaine Knodel iitittttttittitittiiiiiittiitttitittititittiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiittii MARY KARLE: AFS 13 Thespians 1.2: Chess Club 1. "Anne Frank" crew 1: "Summer and Smoke" crew 1: Proctor 3: Regional Journal- ism Contest 2: National Journalism Contest 3 Campus View ad manager 2.3. Forensics I 2 JUDY KLEIN: Regional Journalism Contest 3: State Journalism Contest 3: Chevalier pho- tographer 2. Co-Editor 3. LINDA KLUG: AFS 2.3: Spanish Club 3: Charg- er Spirit 1,2: White Rose Procession 2. JOHN KNIGHT: Football 1. letter 2.3: ELAINE KNODEL: Charger Spirit 1. White Rose Procession 2, Debbie Koernev Todd Kroeker Maflene Kuck Jana Kopp Jon Kraft Todd Krass F 4 SL A UMR Susan Kuckelman Brenda Kuhn 3 -4' , W A Pvt 5 f 'Pi' ,t Qt . Davld Lampartey Dennls Langworthy Marla Lanntng Mary Larsghted iii'iiiiiittittiiiiiii''kiiii'it'kink'kitiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'kiiiiiiiiiti DEBBIE KOERNER: FMCC 1: Forensncs 1: Thesplans 1.2.3. Charger Spirit 1: Charger Band 1.2.33 Charger Cholr 3: State Musuc Fes- tival 1.2.31 Concert Band 1.2.31 Choralaures 1.2. "If They Could See Us Now" 2: "Razz-a- Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3: "Anne Frank" crew lg "Summer and Smoke" crew 1: "Our Town" crew 2: "South Paclftc" 2: "Cactus Flower" crew 3: Whlte Rose Procession 2. JANA KOPP: Student Congress rep 1, Charg- er Splrnt 1.2: Queen of Courts crew 1. JON KRAFT: Peer 31 Ltbarary asststam 2.3: Proctor 3. TODD KROEKER. Cross Country 2. letter 3. Track 3, letter 2: Charger Band 1.2. Stage Band 1.2: State Muslc Festuval 2 Concert Band 1.2: "lf They Could See Us Now 2 "Razz-a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz 3 MARLENE KUCK. Whute Rose Processuon 2 SUSAN KUCKELMAN Catallna 1 2 3 Charger Band 1.2.31 Stage Band 2.3. Varslty Band 1. Concert Band 1.2.31 Whlte Rose Procession 2. BRENDA KUHN Regional Journallsm Contest 2.3. Honorable Mentnon Yearbook Layout Natuonal Journalusm Educatlon Contest 3 Chevalner layout edutor 2.3 MARLA LANNING Ltbrary assustant 3 MARY LARSCHEID Our Town crew 2 South Pacific" crew 2 Proctor 2 Whltv Rose Processuon 2 QM Q Lind.: Lxivis Jeff Lawson Debble Layden Jeff Lee Steve lesslie W V x fg ,, gli: ,f t ' A x jflf to ' ,,. . ' Y1 1 -ft F A'WiE T3 . Ai -A A f ' 1- - . 4 'ff' . Mtg V l ,. 'gf iii' , ,gQ , Q, er' X. N iii 1 : Eva Lilia iii'ttiitiiiititiitfiiiiiiiiitttitiiiiii LINDA LAVIS: Gymnastics 1.2, Charger Spirit 1 : DEBBIE LAYDEN' Biloxi High School: Track 2: Student Congress 2: LEO Club secretary 2. STEVE LESSLIE: Golf 2. DAN LEWEKE Swimming letter 1.2.3. Dan LQWE-ke Dennis Lewis Billie Light John Lindsey Janet Loesing Jane Logan BILLIE LIGHT: Presidents Advisory Council 1: Charger Spirit 1,2,3: White Rose Procession 2 JANE LOGAN: AFS 2: Forensics 1: French Club 3: Spanish Club 1.2.32 Thespians 1: Host 81 Hostess 2.3: Catalina 2. vice-president 3. Good Timers 1.2.33 Drill Team 2.3: Dance iritiiiiittiiiiiiiitttittiiiii choreographer 3: Swimming 2, letter 3: Stu' dent Congress Sr. class rep 3: Charger Spirit 1.2.3g Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 2: "Razz-a-Nla-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3: "Our Town" 2: "Unsin- kable Molly Brown" crew 2: White Rose Pros cession 2: Spanish Concurso 3. T xiii Q. .K 2 wr' 'XJ . . i ... gas 1 A .. i H , , . QW s "" T f ,AN . :Y "MLW, L 1 If , , Lorelei Logan Mark Lynch .1 "w jamie Luehring Andy Lumpe Faith Lynch A Tracy Lynch Jewel Maddux Kazutoshi Maeda Laura Mahrle Lori Malecki Scott M3H0'Y Rebecca Manley iiitiriiiiiiiiiiitiiii'kiiii'ki'titiittiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii JAMIE LUEHRING: AFS 3: Good Timers 33 Dance Club 3: Charger Spirit 1.2. vice-presi- dent 3: Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 2: "Anne Frank" crew 1: Lab assistant 3: White Rose Proces- sion 2. FAITH LYNCH: FHA 1: FMCC 2.3: Spanish Club 2. officer 3: Thespians 1.2: Good Timers 3: Dance Club 3: Basketball 1: Swimming 2.3: Track 1: Student Congress 1: Charger Spirit 2: Charger Band 2.3: Varsity Band 2.3: Con- cert Band 2.3: "Our Town" crew 2: Proctor 2: White Rose Procession 2: Spanish Concurso 2.3: Student Exchange 2: Chandler High School. Chandler. Okla.: "Labors of Love" cast St crew-1: "Bye-Bye Birdie" cast Bt crew 1: "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 1, MARK LYNCH: Forensics l.2.3: Debate Souad 1.2.31 Chess 2: Golf 2: Model UN 1.2.33 State Model UN 1.2.32 Optimist Oratorical Contest 1. TRACY LYNCH: Peer 3: Football letter 3: Swimming letter 3: Charger Spirit 2.3: Proc- tor 3. JEWEL MADDUXz Good Timers 2.3: Tennis 2: Charger Spirit 1.2.33 Homecoming crew 3: Snow Ball crew 3: "Anne Frank" crew 1: White Rose Procession 2: Oral History Project 3. Chevalier Business Manager 3. LORI MALECKI: Assemblies 3: Varsity Choir 22 "Razz-a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3: White Rose Procession 2. " SCOTT MALLORY: French officer 2: Basket- ball 1, letter 2.3: Football 1. letter 2.3: Tennis 1. letter 2.3: Homecoming King 3: Optimist Oratorical Contest 2: Oral History Project 3: Chevalier photographer 3. -ilil Debble Manuel Bob Martin Francesca Mariotto Jennifer Marker Mike Martel Q - H .. ,J ,fl JN, 3' . , X. ,, X w Malcom Martin Lynette MCCHII Jane McCarthy Jim McClain Steve McCIenahan D9Vm'S MCCOVWIGII Mike lvl. liniialrf littitttiiitttiiitiiiifiii'iitiiiiiti'iiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiii t tiii A in ni kiiriri JENNIFER MARKER: Peer 3: Cross Country 2: Track letter 1,23 Student Congress 2. secre- tary-treasurer 35 Homecoming crew 2.3: Jr.- Sr. Prom crew 2: Snow Ball crew 3: Charger Choir 3: State Music Festival 1.2.31 Chora- QQ laires 1.2. Variety Extravaganza 1. 'If They MIKE MCDONALD: FMCC president 3: Host 81 Could See Us Now" 2: "Razz-a-Ma-Tazz and Hostess 3: Peer 2: Cross Country 1: Track 1: All That Jazz" 3: "Anne Frank" crew 1, "Sum- Homecoming crew 3: "South Pacific" 8. crew mer and Smoke" crew 13 Lab assistant 3. 2. Library assistant 3: Proctor 3. White Rose Procession 2 if Marty Mcllvain Jameg McKinney Julia McNeer Lisa M6395 it ik Todd Mendel Janell Merrill Jeff Miller Julie Miller 5:32253 G fjf mzrifiw fi 'ggi ,A I Jffiams fe.. -, r W rf I . 'Q 1. A . iff 'Av . 3. I 5' if! ""f""' t wk ' , Karl Miller Pam Miller Phil Miller iriiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiikiii'iii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'kiiiiiiiiiii JULIA MCNEER: French Club 1,2. officer 3: "Anne Frank" crew 1: "Private Ear!Public Eye" crew 1: Proctor 3: White Rose Proces- sion 2. LISA MEARES: Good Timers 1.2: Student Con- gress 1: Homecoming crew 1: Snow Ball crew 1: Assemblies crew 3: Lab assistant 2: White Rose Procession 2. TODD MENDEL: Charger Band 2.31 Stage Band -2: Varsity Band 1: Concert Band 2.3. JANELL MERRILL: Charger Spirit 1.2: Dinner Theater lg White Rose Procession, JULIE MILLER: Good Timers 1: Student Con- gress 1: Charger Spirit 3: Varsity cheerleader 3: JV cheerleader 2: Snow Ball attendant 3: Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 1: Queen of Courts crew 1: "Anne Frank" crew 1: White Rose Procession 2 David Mills PAM MILLER: AFS 3: Basketball 2: Track 2.3: Volleyball 2, letter 3: Student Congress 2.3: Class officer 3: Homecoming crew 2.3: Jr,-Sr. Prom crew 2: Snow Ball crew 2.3: Queen of Courts crew 2.3: Assemblies crew 2,33 Lab assistant 2: White Rose Procession 2. fr Eddie Montgomery Pal Moore y fl A I V 'f 'Qi Mark Morris Randy Morris f fs 4 A, K -f I fi ..V . Deepa Mukherjee Linda Mulvihill Blillie Munns itttirtiiiititttiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiririiiiitiiiiii' PAT MOORE: Library assistant 3. TOM MOORE: Spanish 1.2. Basketball 1: Foot- ball 1. letter 2.3. Track 1. letter 2.3, JOYCE MORGAN: "Our Town" crew 21 Library assistant 1.3. White Rose Procession 2: Che- valier photographer 3. MARK MORRIS: German Club 1: Basketball 1.23 Tennis letter 1.2.31 Principals Advisory Council 21 North Central Evaluation 2. VALERIE MORRlSON: FMCC 1: French 1.3. it secretary 23 Host 81 Hostess 1: Volleyball 1.23 Principal's Advisory Council 2. Charger Spirit 1.2.31 Charger Band 1: Charger Choir 2.3: State Music Festival 1.2.31 Concert Band 1: Choraliares 1: Variety Extravaganza 1: "If They Could See Us Now" 2: "Razz-a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3: "Anne Frank" crew 1: "Summer and Smoke" crew 13 "South Pacif- ic" 2g "Unsinkable Molly Brown" 13 White Rose Procession 2. DEEPA MUKHERJEE: FMCC 3: Spanish trea- . ,ff ft I I I x 4, it Toni Moore JOYC9 Morgan Valerie Morrison Mark Mosher Bob Nabazas iiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiikii surer 2: Host 81 Hostess 2.3: Good Timers 3. Chess Club 3: Stamp Club 35 Tennis 1.2. letter 31 Principals Advisory Council 3. Orchestra 1.2: "South Pacific" orchestra 2: "Unsinka- .ble Molly Brown" orchestra 1: White Rose Procession 2: Spanish Concurso 2. BLITHE MUNNS: French 1.2.33 Good Timers 1: White Rose Procession 2. BOB NABAZAS1 German Club 1: Basketball 1: Football 1. letter 2.3. Nancy Nelson Kim Novmnnton Ka I James Newms Bradley Niles Kipp Noe Q-5 "? Q... Ku -,xr F 4 pamcu Norris Kiren Nunnink 'T H ei? it Mary Olson thleen O'Neil Eric Oxy Cindy Padilla Frank Pnrli iiitttitiiiiitiiiiiiiif'kitiitittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitii NANCY NELSON: AFS 31 French Club 1.2. vice-president 33 Drill Team 2.3: Dance 3: Basketball lg Tennis 1.2. letter 3: Swimming letter 2.3: Track 1: Senior Leader 3: Junior Leader 2: Charger Spirit 1: Homecoming crew 1.2: Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 2: Snow Ball crew 1.2: "Razz-a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3: White Rose Procession 2, KlPP NOE: Golf 2: Tennis 1.3: Senior Leader Regional Journalism Contest 3: Campus View Sports editor 3. KIM NORMANTON: Spanish Club 3. Thespians 3: Charger Choir 3: "Razz-a-Ma-Tau .and All That Jazz" 3: "Cactus Flower" 3: "Much Ado About Nothing" 3. PATRICIA NORRIS: FHA 11 Proulor 2.3. Chr: valier assistant Index Editor 2 MARY OLSON: Proctor 2. KAIHLEEN O'NElL: French Club l.2.3: Cal.: lin.: Club 3: Good Timers 2,33 Dame 33 Tennis l, Swimming letter 2.3: Charger Spirit presl- ili-nl 3: "Our Town" crew 23 White Rose Pro- i i"s',l0n 2. iii Ron Patterson Dan pawlowsk, Laurie Payton Barry Paxson John Peach Jean Pheasant Paul Payne Q L Q . ,im :I ."'f - i? L96 , Mini? : ft-' Becky Phelps Rod Piepmeier Chris Pierce Teresa Pitts Kim Potter ittitttttiittitiiitiiiiiiitiiifkiitiiiti'kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii RON PATTERSON: Football 1: Lab assistant 3. DAN PAWLOWSKI: Thespians 1,2.3: Peer 2.3: "Anne Frank" crew 1: "Summer and Smoke" cast 1: "Our Town" cast 2: Library assistant 2, PAUL PAYNE: Basketball 1, letter 2.3: Cross Country letter 1,2,3: Track 1, letter 2.3: Mod- el UN 1. Charger Band 1.2.31 Stage Band 1,23 Concert Band 1,2,3. BECKY PHELPS: Senior Leader 33 Charger Q Spirit 2,3: Charger Choir 3: State Music Festi- Aval 1.2: Choralaires 1.2: "If They Could See Us Now" 2: "Razz-a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3: "South Pacific" crew 2: White Rose Procession 2: Chevalier ad manager 3. CHRIS PIERCE: Golf 3: Swimming letter 12.31 Student Congress 2: Yell Leader 3: Snow Ball attendant 3: Assemblies crew 3: Charger Band 1: Charger Choir 2,31 Singers 2.31 State Music Festival 1,2,3: Concert Band 1: Varsity Choir 1: "lt They Could See Us Now" 2: "South Pacific" cast 2: "UnsinkabIe Molly Brown 3. TERESA PITTS: Tennis 1, letter 2.3: Senior Leader 3: Charger Spirit 1,2.3: White Rose Procession 2. KIM POTTER: AFS 3: Spanish Club 1: Charger Spirit 1,2,33 Proctor 1,2,3: White Rose Pro- cession 2: Dinner Theater 1. Mike Powell Lori Power Chad Quall Jim Priesner Brady Prygr Kim Qualls Linda Randell Raymond Rankin il ,' .rg Ajit Laurel Ransom David Readnour I-'SB R950 Debbie Reed fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii''ki'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiifiiiiiiiiifii BRADY PRYOR: German Club 1,23 Basketball 1, letter 2: Football 1, letter 2.3: Track 1. letter 2.3. KIM QUALLS: Spanish Club 3: Charger Spirit 2.3: White Rose Procession 2. LINDA RANDELL: French Club 2,33 State Mu- sic Festival 2: Choralaires 2: Varsity Choir 1: White Rose Procession 2. RAYMOND RANKIN: Charger Spirit 1: Charger Band 1: Charger Choir 2: Varsity Band 1: State Music Festival 1,21 Varsity Choir 1: "If They Could See Us Now" 2: "Anne Frank" crew 1: "South Pacific" cast 84 crew 2: "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" cast 81 crew 1: Proc- tor 3. LAUREL RANSOM: French Club 12.31 Good Timers 1.2: Tennis letter 1.2.33 Homecoming crew 2: Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 2: White Rose Pro- cession 2. DEBBIE REED: Charger Spirit 13 Lab assistant 1,2,3: White Rose Procession 2. Treyse Reed Donna Rees Brenda Regehr Van Reichart ,ff 5 l 'Q arcia ei Carmen em o y M R d R b ldt Sher lRemmel Susan Renick Sandy Reynolds Sharon Rhoades Chuck Rhodes Roy Mark RICE iiiiititttitttiiiiiii'kiii''I''Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'kiiiiiiiiitiiiiii TREYSE REED: Proctor 2.3, DONNA REES: Proctor 3. BRENDA REGEHR: Tennis 1. letter 2.31 WYSS' tling mahager 2: Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 2: Asa semblise crew 2: Lab assistant 2: White Rose Procession 2. MARCIA REID: Drill Team 2.3: Principals Adv:- sory Council 2: Charger Spirit 1.2.3: Lab as- sistant 2g White Rose Procession 2. CARMEN REMBOLDT: Track 1. letter 2: Charger Spirit 1.2.33 Assemblies crew 3. "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" crew 1, White Rose Procession 2. SHERYL REMMEL: French 1.2,3: Good Timers 23 Tennis letter 3: Student Congress 1. Charge er Spirit 1.2.35 Homecoming crew 1. White Rose Procession 2: Chevalier photo editor 3 SUSAN RENICK: Varsity Choir 3. SANDY REYNOLDS: Drill Team 1: Gymnastics l,2: Swimming 1.2.3: Charger Spirit 2. State Music, Festival 1: Choralairs 1.23 "Razz-a-Ma Tazz and All That Jazz" 3: Library assistant 3: White Rose Procession 2. SHARON RHOADES: Charger Spirit 1.2.3. Homecoming crew 1: Snow Ball crew 1: Proc- tor 3: White Rose Procession 23 Regional Journalism Contest 2: Chevalier copy editor 2. business manager 3: Journalism Education Association National Convention 3. CHUCK RHODES: Debate Squad 2. Chess 2. secretary 31 Model UN 2.3: Charger Band 2.3: Stage Band 2.3: Concert Band 2.3: 'Much Ado About Nothing" 33 Southwest High School, K.C., Mo.: Russian Club 1 Concert Band 1: Marching Band lg Debate squad 1. Model UN l. Angela Rlchardson Dan Rlchardson Roy Rlchardson Debra Robertson Todd Rogers Blake Rolley Steve Rothrock Ronald Rowe Mlke Sacliett Carol Sauvage Cheryl Sauvage Deborah Sawyer iiiiittiiiiiiiiitiiii'kii'iiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiii'kiiiiiiiiiti DEBRA ROBERTSON: Senlor Leader 3: Proc- tor 2.3. TODD ROGERS: Football 1. Sensor Leader 3 BLAKE ROLLEY: Cross Country 21 Swlrnmlng letter 2.3.31 Charger Spnrlt 1.2.33 Yell Leader 35 Snow Ball attendant 3. Lab asslstant 2 suave ROTHROCK: Football 1. tener 2,31 Golf 1,25 Senior Leader 3. RONALD ROWE: Prlnclpal's Advlsory Councll 23 Charger Splrlt 21 Charger Band 1.2.3. Stage Band 2.3: Concert Band 1.2.3, "Il They Could See Us Now" 2: "Razz-a-MaeTa11 and All That Jazz" 3: "The Unslnkable Molly Brown" Orchestra 1: "Our Town" crew 2. "South Paclflc" Orchestra 2: Llbrary assls- tant 11 Proctor 2. CAROL SAUVAGE: German Club 2.3. Peer 31: Track letter 1.2.33 Volleyball 1: Charger Splrlt 1.2.3. Whlte Rose Processlon 2. Home Fash lon Show 2.3. DEBORAH SAWYER. AFS 3. German Club 1 Orchestra 1.2.3. "South Paclllc" orchestra 2 Sensor Leader 3. 45-- ,qv K Kurt Schmldt Ramona Schmucker A W. . 6 '?- -' K. -jg. ?'H5 N . 150151-,gg " az:-..,-,.: . M A W 4-Q5 ef .W is 5 -Wo. 2 eg gg.. 1 D' Q. 4 -I Q " 5 Ann.: Schutter . Neal Sf'OggIl'l Ken Sedgwlck Rltharcl Seele Jam Seltsam Kltty Seller Dlana Sheets Scott Shelly Davud Shump Debbie Sklnner ifiiiittiitiiiiiiiiiiiii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'kiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiii KURT SCHMIDT: Thesplans 1.2. presldenl 3. Chess 33 "Anne Frank" crew 11 "Summer and Smoke" cast 11 Theater Festnval I cast 1."'Prl- vate Ear!Publuc Eye" crew 1: "The Unslnka- ble Molly Brown" crew 11 "Our Town" 2, "Cactus Flower" 3. "Much Ado About Noth- lng" 3: "I Used To Be a Pug. but Now l'm a Fontessa" 35 Forensscs 1.2.3. RAMONA SCHMUCKER AFS 3. Good Tuners 3. ANNA SCHUTTER1 German Club 2,3, Charger 3190 Splrlt 1.2.33 Whute Rose Processlon 2. Home Fashnon Show 2.3. NEAL SCOGGIN: AFS 3: French Club 2. Ger- man Club 1. ofhcer 2. Debate Squad 2.3: Model UN 1.2.33 "Cactus Flower" cast 8. crew 3. Forensncs 23 "Much Ado About Nothmgtt 31 State Model UN 3. RICHARD SEELE. Cross Country letter 2.3 JIM SELTSAM: Charger Band 1.2. Stage Band 1.2. Varslty Band 1.2: Concert Band 1.23 "Va- rlety Extravaganza" 1. "lt They Could See Us Now" 2. DIANA SHEETS1 Spanish Club 3. Prunr-:pals Advlsory Councnl 2.3. Whlte Rose Processlon 2, Hull Cnty Hugh School: Kayettes 1. Pep Club 13 Musnc 1. DAVID SHIMP Football 1. letter 2.3. Wrestllng 1 Sarah Skinner Mary Smith MX. Kae Slocum Cookie Smith Randy Smith Roxanna Smith Craig Smith Charlene Smoot LouAnn Soldanu Scott Souder Lora Spielman LeW'5 Spflng iitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifi''ki''I''kiiiiiiiiiiikiiiiiiiiiii'kiiii'kiiiitiiitii SARAH SKINNERZ Charger Spirit 1.2.3 KAE SLOCUM: Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 3, Snow Ball crew 3: Queen of Courts crew 21 Lab assistant 3:-Proctor 1g White Rose Procession 2 COOKIE SMITH: Spanish Club 1.2. Peer 1.2. Basketball 1: Tennis 11 Proctor 3, RANDY SMITH: Football 1, letter 2.33 Track letter 13 Charger Spirit 1.2.3. Homecoming crew 1. Proctor 3: Chevalier artist 3 ROXANNA SMITH: Volleyball letter 1, Wlllle Rose Procession 2, CHARLENE SMOOT: Proctor 3 LOUANN SOLDANI: Womens Basketball man- ager 2: Assemblies crew 3. Proctor 2. White Rose Procession 2 SCOTT SOUDER: AFS president 3L Gymnas- tics letter 1,2,3g Track letter 1: Yell Leader 31 Charger Choir 2.3: Singers 3: State Music Festival 2,33 Variety Showcase 1: "lf They Could See Us Now" 2i "Raz2-a- Ma-Tazz" 3: "South Pacific" cast and crew 25 "Molly Brown" cast and crew 13 "Guys and Dolls" cast and crew 33 Library assistant 2 LEWIS SPRING: Golf 23 Tennis l,2. 31333 Cindy Stephens Vicki Stretf Linda sudduirt Kevin Taylor Grace Stewart . Karla Tegethoff Deborah Tessmer Janet Thomas Russell Thomas Mike Tiller iitiititittttitttttitiii''ki'itiitiitttiiiiiiiiiiiiiittttiiiiititiiiiii Spirit 1.2.31 Assemblies 2.3: Charger Choir 2.3: Singers 2.3: State Music Festival 1.2.31 Choralaires 13 Variety Showcase 2.3: White Rose Procession: VICKI STREFF French Club 1.2: Good Timers 1.2: Charger Spirit 1: Snow Ball crew 1: Li- brary assistant 2g White Rose Procession 2. KEVIN TAYLOR: Chess officer 1: Model UN 1.2.35 Charger Choir 2.3: State Music Festival 22 "If They Could See Us Now" 2: "Razz-a- l l l l i . l Lisa Stansbury Bob Steffeg l i l l l l LISA STANSBURY: French Club 2: Charger Spirit 1: Charger Band'1.2.3: Charger Choir 3: Singers 3: State Music Festival 1.2.3g Concert Band 1.2.3: Choralaires 1.25 Variety Show- case 1: This is Entertainment 2: "Razz-a-Ma- Tazz St All That Jazz" 3: "South Pacific" 2: White Rose Procession 2: Boa STEFFES: Track tener 1.2.31 Charger Choir 2.3: State Music Festival 1,2.3: Varsity Choir 15 Variety Showcase 1.2.31 Proctor ' 1,2.3: GRACE STEWART: Good Timers 1: Charger l i r aa I i Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3: Lab assistant 2. KARLA TEGETHOFF: FHA 1: Spanish Club -2: llost 8. Hostess 33 Charger Spirit 2.3: White Rose Procession 2. DEBBIE TESSMER: Principals Advisory Counf cil 2: Lab assistant 3: White Rose Procession 2. , RUSS THOMAS: Spanish Club 1: Spanish Con- curso 1. Laffy Tlndall Steve Tollelson S0011 True Paul Truelove Cheryl Traylor Bill Triplett Teresa Utech Dawg Vaughn La'-W3 VOSSGD Greg Wachsnicht Ron Waddle Carrie Wagaman fifiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiifiiiififfiifiiifiiiifiiiifii'fffiiififiii CHERYL TRAYLOR1 Spanish Club 1: Good Timers 1: Track letter 1.2: Charger Spirit 1.2.31 JV Cheerleader 2: Jr.-Sr. Prom crew 2: Lab assistant 2.31 White Rose Procession 2. BILL TRIPLETT: FMCC 2.3: Spanish Club 1.2. SCOTT TRUE: Basketball letter 2.3: Football letter 1.2.33 Track letter 1.2.3. PAUL TRUELOVE: German Club 1: Chess Club 1.2.35 Charger Spirit 1. TERESA UTECH: French Club 11 Charger Spir- it 1.2.33 Proctor 11 White Rose Procession 21 Dinner Theater 1. DAVID VAUGHN: "Summer and Smoke" crew 1: "Our Town" crew 23 "South Pacific" crew 2: Lab assistant 2. LAURA VOSSEN: Debate Squad 2: Basketball 1: Volleyball 13 Charger Choir 2.3: Orchestra 11 State Music Festival 1.23 Choralaires 1: "lt They Could See Us Now" 2: "Razz-a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 33 White Rose Procession 2. RON WADDLE: Football 1. letter 2.3. CARRIE WAGAMAN: Basketball letter 1.2.31 Track letter 2.33 Volleyball 1. letter 2.3: Prin- cipal's Advisory Council 35 Charger Spirit 1.2.33 Snow Ball attendant 3: Choralaires 1: White Rose Procession 2: Regional Journal- ism Contest 2,3g National Journalism Contest 3: Campus View sports editor 2, editor 3. 'J E353 EJ-3 Kent Wallare Todd Wallace Forrest Walter Jlm Ward Lynelle Ward Carolyn Wamel, Lorl Wathall Lunda Watklns Suzanne We,nkg,Uf Joe Werssbeck Don Wells Judy Werder itttti:irtttttttittttttittttttirittittttttttittitttittttttttittttitttii KENT WALLACE' Basketball 1. Cross Country letter 1.2.3. Track letter 1.2.31 Snow Ball Kung 3 Charger Band 1.2.3. Stage Band 1.2.3. Var- slty Band 1.2.31 State Muslc Festuval 1.2 3. Concert Band 1.2.3. "South P8CIfIC' Orches- tra 2 LYNELLE WARD' Swlmmrng letter 2. Charger Splrlt l CAROLYN WARNER Whute Rose Processlon 2 SUZANNE WEINKAUF: Basketball 1.2. letter 31 Volleyball 1. letter 2.33 Charger Splrlt 1.2.3. Whnte Rose Processlon 2 JOE WEISSBECK1 Forensucs 1.2. VlC6-DVQSIY dent 35 German Club 11 Debate Squad 1.2. vlce-presldent 3. Thesplans 1.2.31 Model UN 2.3. "Summer and Smoke" 1. "Our Townt' 2. "South Paclflc" crew 2: Sclence Sernmar 1.2.31 "Plcnuc" cast 8l crew 21 Slate Model UN 3. JUDY WERDER: AFS 2.3. French Club 1. Span :sh Club 2.3: Thesplans 1.2.3. Student Con- gress 2.3: Class presldent 3: Model UN 2. Homecomlng crew 2.3: Jr,-Sr Prom crew 2. Snow Ball crew 2. Queen of Courts crew 2. Charger Cholr 3: State Muslc Festsval 2.3 Choralaires 2: "lf They Could See Us Now" 2: "Razz'a-Ma-Tazz and All That Jazz" 3: "Anne Frank" cast 81 crew 1. "Summer and Smoke" crew 1: "Our Town" 2: Whrte Rose Procesf slon 2: Student Exchange 3 1 l Kevun Weyand Cheryl Wlllmms Debbte WtlIlamS Joretta Whntaker David Whnteslde Kelly Wullaamson Todd Weller Patty Wnlson John Wlvlkwlw.--lm D.nvld Wlppornrln WIIII-Tfll WIYIII J.1n1te Wood iiitttttiiititiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiitiiiitiiiiiiitiiittiiiiiiiiiitiii CHERYI S WIIIIAMS Bqslu-tll.llI l In-ttf-1 2.3 Student Congress 3 Sr Rep f.lluvl'.r'r Splrtl 1 2 3, Charger Band l 2 3 Ort lmstml Stage Band 2 3 Slate Musu Fl'SIlV.lI 1 ffm cert Band 1 2 3 Studlo Bum! l Molly Brown" Orrheslm 1, Wlute Rosa- Proc c-salon 2 OEBBIEWILLIAMS Whlll? Rose plIllf'SSlflll1 KFIIY WILLIAMSON AFS 1 FHA 1 Spnnxln Club 1.2, Debate Squad l llwspmrls 1 Host 81 Hostess 1. Dame Clulm 1 2 3 1t'lllllN l Model UN 1 Charger Sum! 1 P 3 Home-1 om mg 1.2 Jr Sr Prom 1. Snow Bull 1 Queen ol Courts crew1rAssernbhes1 2 c,Il.lY1ff'Y Chou 1 Sangers 1, State Must: Festuvyll I Umor., lalres lg Varsuty Chow l C111 tus Flower crew 1. 'Wautmg For The Tmm Summer Days". "Bus Stop crew. Up The Down Staurcase-". "Free Bus Rude To The SIIODDIHH Center". "Wtnme The Pooh Clulflmn s Thr- .uter" Fornenslcs, Pose Om! lntorp l al1A.s sustant 1 Lnbmry Asslstdnt 1 Prnt tor 1 PATTY WIISON Frenrl1Cluh 1 P Goofl llm ers 2 Volleyball 1 Prlnc lpn! s Atlvlwry t nun ful 2 Charger Spurxt 1.2 Home -ormnp, 1, Wlule Rose Processuon 2 Cnnpus Vmw vt porter 2 V JOHN WINKENWADER lllJr.lry .ixsxxl ull 1 Proctor 3 JAMIE WOOD FVGIKII Clulm 1 ll mtv CILIII 3 Student Congress 3 Jr Sr Prom 7 CIl1l1-'Pl Chow 23. Snngers 3, St.m- Muxlt It-gtwll 1 23. Choraloers 1, ' Thus ls Entvvmlnm.-'tt 2 Run a Tazz 8tAll1l1.1t ,Lux 3 Sl-um PJCIIILH 22 'Ut1SIr1k.ihIQ Molly Iiumvvtl 1 "Guys 81 Dolls 3 WITIIO R080 prim Osslutl f Student Exchange 3, Fomnsnts l 4 'C 0 Kevnn Woodland Joe Wnght Davld Bruner Turn Woodley Carole Woodward Jnll Young Scott Young Tum Schmudt D Matt Fabry Kevln Wornkey Randy Bradford ittttiitiiiitiiitiiiiifiiiiiiitiiriiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiii''kiiiitiiitii CAROLE WOODWARD1 Drull Team 1.2: Basket- ball 1: Golf 1: Gymnastncs 2: Track 1. Soph cheerleader lg Choralaures 31 "If They Could See Us Now" 2. Proctor 1.2 JOE WRIGHT: BSA secretary-treasurer 1. vnce-presldent 2. presudent 3: Charger Band 1.21 Stage Band 2: Concert Band 1.21 Proc- tor 23 Student Exchange 2.3 JILL YOUNG: Volleyball manager 25 Charger Splrut 1.2.3g Snow Ball crew 1. Chevaller undex edutor 2. layout edntbr 3 SCOTT YOUNG: Football 1. letter 2,31 Wres- tlnng 1, letter 2. DAVID BRUNER: Basketball 1: Charger Band 1.2.33 Stage Band 2.3: Varslty Band 1.2.3. Concert Band 1.2.33 "ll They Could See Us Now" 21 "Razz-a-Ma-Taz? and All That Jazz" 33 Lab asslstant 2 TIM SCHMIDT: Basketball 1. Cross Country 1.2: Track 3: Student Congress rep 1. Ll' brary assnstant 1.2. Proctor 3 LEFT: Discussing with her class the Various formulas that are used in chemistry is Jane Logan, '79. BELOW: Trying their best to keep Anne Cleland, '79, from attending her class are Jim Waggle. Ryan Richter, '80, and John Dicus, '79. X 4441-'Y--V54-F44-4444444444-V-44444-1Yf444444-V-444-V-44444-V-4444444444417-YQ-15444444444-Vi DONALD ALLEN. TIM ARNOLD. MARTIN BARNEY. STEVE BENDER. JOHN BERG. DAVID BERGER. TOM BLISS: Football 1, letter 2.3: Regional Journalism Contest 2: Campus View reporter 2. Q CHERYL BRITTON. HEIDI BROOKS: Portsmouth Sr. High, N.H. 1: Transfer from Exeter High. N.H. 2: Topeka West 3: AFS l.2.3.4: Latin club 1,2:'Chorus 2. KENNETH BROWN. 0 PENNY BURNETT. STEVE COLE. JOHN DEMS: Spanish club 1: Basketball 1.2: Tennis letter 1.2.3: Student Congress officer 1: Charger Spirit 1.2.33 Homecoming crew 1. MICHAEL DESMOND. KEVIN DONNELLY. DIANE DUNPHY. MICHAEL EDDY. JEFFREY FOLTZ. DUNCAN FREHE. JEFF GREEN. KENNETH GREER: Charger Spirit 3: Parkway North Sr. High: Select Concert Choir 1: Swim- ming 1. TINA HAID. TIMOTHY HANKE. JOHN JENSEN. - JOHN JOHNSON. JOSEPH KEETON. EVE LAMOUNTAIN. JEFF LANGLEY. JOHN LEE. DAVID LEVERETT. THOMAS MARCY. PATRICK MCDONALD. 9 JOHN MILLER. JOHN MILLS: Football letter 2.3: Tennis 1.2: Proctor 3: Student Exchange 3. ANDRE NALINI TED NIEHAUS. REX ORTON: Cross Country letter 1: Wres- tling 1. PETE POTTER: Peer 1: Gymnastics 1.2: Swimming letter 1.2: Senior Leader 3: Home- coming crew l: "Anne Frank" 1: "Cactus Flower" 3. MOHSEN POURNAZARI: AFS 3: Cross Coun- try 3. - BARBARA PRIEST: Proctor 3: White Rose Pro- cession 2. LARRY PUCKETT. RAY RAMIREZ: Charger Band 2.3: Stage Band 2.3. KRISTEN ROBERTS: Tennis 1.2: Swimming 2: Varsity Choir 3: Library assistant 2: White Rose Procession 2: Oral History Project 2. MICHELLE ROBERTS: French Club 2.3: Span- ish Club 1: Swimming 3. letter 2: Proctor 2: Spanish Concurso 1. CATHY SADLER: Proctor 1.2.3 BROOK SAMUELSON MARCIA SCHISSLER: Proctor 3: Washburn Rural High School: Spirit Club 1.2. Treble Clef Club 1: Singers 1.2: Choir 1.2. Variety Show 1.2. CYNTHIA SCHLINS1, Jr -Sr. Prom crew 2. Proctor 2.3. HOLLY SCHWICHTENBERG MICHELLE SENECAL. ROGER SHUMAKER. ROBERT SKIRVIN. MITCHELL SMITH. JAMES TINKER. THOMAS VAN ALLEN VICKI WADE. CHRISTIANA WESTBROOK CRAIG WOLFE. QQ ' 'x . ff 'E X x s A X 75 ?vXR ,Q QYJH 4 .gs J 9' ' ff. ,T W. , If . :wg W :P K P x . ff, 'Wg .ty Q. "1 'I., Mi.. Jrffiw N J Q 'A 25 uiff 32 " X ., '91 Y -QQ 1 . : ,L FQ' 1 5 !, A 3 , , , .W Q, L 23, ' if . ' f . Q , ," .' W , ' 'Q "' 4 X Y . . , T X V 1 Q , 5 . 5 . ':Q 1.-v ' x V . , , A , -- ,r Q N ' -.g . Us gh, . t. :tv - 2 .4. 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'DQ ILA 'iv -1-. , Vague 25 3 Es -,fury . -,:wff.mw- .aufmy-1-ffmf,-:Q -.-.rx-:,,,5am-H,,-wi..wszwww,f,,-,:,..--ezawwmmi-,',L wwf' . r f, 71-f:,,:1f:Q-Q ,ws ,Q----:ff . - 1 L- ff . - - :gf , wg, f - -:gg-effwfwf 1 5 ' - ff .-ff -f ,f , - . , - f - ,-,. ,fn-Q -f :1w,.:g:::: 1 ne. -i ,. - ,, f Wfv, ,f'. - V , -g..L1:mm::w: fg- -- w,,::f4Q::.'f-wx ,ww .mzf .men-,f.wwwImyzw:,ff2w-wwwwfzla,-ami..Ywqsgvmfng, .- ff iw . g iw-,,fQpfw,,ff-QQ:-Qqyf - ff . --1 f- K- - f f ff N ,- f. ,V - - ,w.Mw,wffff.P 152 sophomores turned out to vote on Sept. 7 and 8 for their class offi- cers. They elected Scott Swenson, President: Rueben Perez, Vice- Presidentg and Todd Huntley, Secre- tary-Treasurer. "We, as sophomores have no major responsibility other than raising money for next year's reps. We made approximately S250 on the sales of M8tMs. We hope to sponsor a couple of dances to make money and also some service projects in the community," stated Scott Swenson. y ipi y is or T' '.' slri Kelly Acker Nancy Adams Tom Anderson Craig Andres Daryl Arrnflelcl Andy Artzer Sandy Baker Jami Ball Lisa Bartlett Tracy Bartlett Tamara Batsell Stacie Beal Lisa Bennett Rick Bennett Kim Berberick ESQ Mark Berger Porter Bertelson Beth Bielsker Merle Bledsoe J. D. Bloomar Diana Boal Kim Bogart Jeff Bogue Sheryl Bohnsack Brenda Boles Jamma Branch Cindy Braum Burt Bray Terri Brende Jill Breuninger Mitch Brim Glenn Britton Linda Brown Niki Brown Sherry Buchanan Carol Burris Mark Bynum Joyce Camp Richard Cantrell Marilyn Carr Elizabeth Carruthers Nancy Carver Quentin Carver Linda Cason Lisa Cason Janet Cazier Nancy Centlivre Chris Childress Roger Childs Linda Chitwood 31933 Robert Clasen Kathy Clow Kay Cochran Lana Cochrane Todd Cole Brenda Combes Brian Connor Kim Connor Lori Conrad Carman Cook Mike Cooney Robert Coover Cheri Cox Julie Cox Tony Cox Mitch Craeton David Craig Kevin Cronister Amy Cropp Glady Crouch Nadine Crutcher Scott Cushing James Cutright Troy Daeschner Greg Dalrymple Wanda Dammann Sherri Daudet Judith Davis Kent Davis Teresa Davis Tod Davis Sandy Dawson Nancy Deckenbach Jon Deeter Dawn Dickerson ins' LEFT: As she tries to hide behind her flower arrangement, Wendy Thou, '81, walks to her fa' with Shyla Sundernath, '81, ela Doering mae Doherty rmony Doole ' Dodson 5 ,n . u Douglas n Ednger ed Eller 'I Embree da Dyer 3 . V. :cy Epperson k Eavns an Evans e Fangman d Estes A K vin Flest ,k Fischer 1 Fleenor an Foster ly Fowler vid Frahm ill-3 RlGHT: Getting an up-close look at a dinosaur head during science class is Cory Skinner, '81, Debbie Freeman Allen French Bruce Friesendahl Adrienne Funston Randy Gale Susan Garhart Amy Garner Zoe Gehr Glenn Geisler Thomas Gentry Jennifer Gibbons Kenneth Gibbs Kevin Gingrich Monica Gleason Steven Glover Lori Gooch Michelle Good Allison Gordon Donald Graham Jan Graham Rhonda Grant Renee Greco Julianne Greene V Jeffrey Greenwooc Trish Greenwood SQ Debbie Griffin Debra Grubbs Tim Guidry Randall Gutierrez Robin Haas Kenton Harbour Gary Hackett Patrick Haines Philip Halbert Richard Hancock Gary Harder Kurt Harness Shelly Harrison Susan Hartzell Sally Harvey Sandra Hastings Paula Hauserman Daneva Hawley Kathy Hawn Bryan Hayes Laura Hedquist Richard Heisler Julia Henderson Ron Henderson Stacy Henning Peter Henry Glynn Herring Robert Heskett Sonya Hess Stacy Heycock Kelly Highfill Lolita Hill Brick Hochstedler Wade Hochstedler Susan Hodges Tonya Hoeme Barbie Hoffman Kim Hogrefe Lori Hohberg Mary Holloway Marsha Holt Diane Hottman Jeffrey Howard Doug Howerter Melanie Hudson Shelly Hund Todd Huntley Angela Huntsman Ed Hurley Angela Hylton Andy lngram Kent Jackson James James Kathy Janssen Cathy Jennings Dana Johnson David Johnson George Johnson Nate Jones Greg Karvunis Susan Kelly Brenda Kern Leigh Kershner Kim Kirchen Candy Knight Kevin Knott Doug Kopp Greg Kossover Shelly Lacey Jacqueline Lacoursiere Ted Ladner Michelle LaForest David Langley Scott Larson Rob Lemons Donald Leonard Richard Lindberg Jeff Lindstrom Daveen Litwin Robin Livingston James Logan Mark Long Michelle Lopez Belinda Luarks Chris Lynch Lance Lyngar Lynne Mahon Larry Maddux Steve Malecki Stacy Mallory Joy Mallring Pam Marcy Steve Marker Todd Martin Mark Massaro Susan Maupin Lori McCaffrey Roger McCullough Shari Meiers Evelyn Melvin Deena Merrill Lori Metzler Kathi Middenclorf Derek Miller Janet Miller Linda Miller Lisa Miller Rhett Miller Scott Miller Danny Mills Sonya Mills Mark Milner Rodney Mogge RIGHT: Anticipating the start of another drill team routine are the sophomore Westsiders. P is ,4- Deanna Montgomery Cindy Moore Kip Moore Terri Morehead Jill Moreno David Morris Barbara Mulligan Jane Myers Janelle Meyers Vicky Namnum Robert Neill Eric Nelson Todd Nelson Tom Nelson Beth Nemec Cory Nerstheimer Bill Nesbit Phil Neuer Dave Newman Paul Newman Todd Newman Doug Newstrom Hung Nguyen Doug Niles Bobby Norris Sheila Norton Sarah Novotny Dan O'Donnell Kelly O'Hara Lana Olson .lami Osborne V Gretchen Osierhout Joyce Oswald John Owen Judy Park Kevin Pasiey Mark Pederson Keith Peiton Rueben Perez James Peter Tim Phelps Ernest Pica Tonya Pietras David Pitt Carolyn Pitts Gene Poe Connie Pointer Rusty Poliorn Craig Preisner Martha Priest Paul Reece Lauri Reed Tod Reeder Deeanna Rees Connie Reynolds Gary Rhoades Valerie Ribelin Kevin Robison Rhonda Rodgers Mary Roehl Vicki Rogers Brent Roper Doug Rosencutter Bill Rucker Bonnie Ross Bryan Rundell Susan Rush Scott Saia Luis Sanchez Amy Sanders Penny Sanford Sheila Sauvage Cathy Sheetz Franz Schmidt Debbie Schreiber Becky Scott Warren Seitz Terri Senecal Eric Sevart Ryan Seward Kathy Sheppeard Curt Sims Grace Singh Sona Sipes Jack Sippel 415333 Cory Skinner Amanda Smith Craig C. Smith Ed Smith Rhonda Smith Michael Smoot Dora Sparks Leta Spielman Susan Stalder Doug Stauffer Shane Sterrett Dave Stewart Jill Stewart Sandy Stewart Stephanie Stewart Todd Stover Julie Straub Susan Stroud Pam Stubblefield Shyla Sunclernath Bill Swalwell Janis Swanson Greg Swarthout Scott Swenson Sam Tawardros Andy Taylor Amy Tebutt Penny Thompson Wendy Thou Eric Tolbert Erin Tolliver Greg Toomey Ron Toussaint Sheryl Towle James Traylor Anne Tuchscherer Kim Turner Mark Unrein Tim Unrein Scott Vaughn Angela Waggle Wallace Tina Webber Rick Weber Bryon Weldon Tamara Weller Julie Wempe Constance Wessel Ronald Wessel Tracy Westbrook Jeff Williams Jesse Williams Williams Williamson Marca Wilson Mark Winkenwader Ron Winters Jill Wood Teresa Wortham Kathy Yocum Jim Zimmerman ARRIVAL Fabry vs -xv, -1 gli Jwfiih vw' -- - wx 3.gff:r:,y,,, fl. M mmlxfs- Yu-BK 4 if 1+ 4 ' lf 'A .4 4' 4 QEJQEHBQ 'N , . C 1 4 1, ' - x .s 4 X- , W 'K 4. 4 vi, 1, 'lf I if . QQ? ABOVE: Powering his way, Gary Christy, '79, applies a heavy rush. TOP CENTER: After the final seconds have ticked away, celebration breaks loose with a victory over Hayden. FAR RIGHT: A powerful offensive line paves the way for Shane Whitehead, '80, to run, RIGHT: Breaking loose, Brady Pryor, '79, looks for daylight. BOTTOM RIGHT: Varsity Football Team. FRONT ROW: Craig Preisner, Rick Ni- chols, Steve DeSeIm, Bob Nabazas, Scott Weller, Paul Frahm, Kim Bettis, Kevin Brown, Brady Pryor, Barry Paxson, Darren Coker, Scott Mallory, Jeff Handley. SECOND ROW: Bob Lemons, B.J. Stewart, Kevin Robinson, Tim Gibbons, Shane Whitehead, John Lind- sey, Don White, Tracy Lynch, Jeff Craig, Steve Rothrock, Ron Waddle, Gary Christy, Joe Blanford, Jim Preisner, THIRD ROW: James Traylor, Matt Mocherman, Greg Horn, Kevin Rathert, Greg Koontz, David Graves, Tom Bliss, Marc Stratton, Brad Hern, John Knight, John Mills, Randy Smith, Jeff Harr, Chad Quall. FOURTH ROW: Brick Hoch- stedler, Scott True, Rusty Pollom, Mark Mur- ray, Kevin Cronister, Scott Miller, Ken Har- bour, Tod Estes, Gary Rhoades, James James, Mark Winkenwader, Rusty Heisler, Warren Seitz, Mike Cooney, Bob Clasen, Troy Daeschner. BACK ROW: Doug Henricks, John Travis, Keith Pelton, Wade Hochstedler, Andy Artzer, Bill Nesbit, Jeff Hock, Bill Dickey, Rick Hancock, Rodney Clayton, John Peach, Tom Moore, Scott Young, Jeff Allen, David Shimp John Owen. W Qlixsinilgjfaii-sz CQCQWQUQJQJ uleipfaifaremiailom sas: Qsilfaiy QKPUQII EJQJWUQEIGJCDQJSCB Believing in themselves and Coach Frank Walton, the varsity football squad brought back some much needed respect and enthusiasm into the Topeka West football program, which has had a less than successful past. Stunning nearly everyone, the en- thused squad rolled over seven op- ponets, losing only twice, and fin- ished just fractions of a point away from a playoff spot. The Chargers developed a running attack to complement the fine pass- ing game led by quarterback- Brady Pryor, '79. This punch gave the team the best record in the city after having the worst record at O-9 the season before. "At the beginning of the year, l thought we would win a few games," Coach Walton said, "but the team believed in themselves and thought they could do it." J J if or 35,243 H9453 Nt' me "gg : 1- , dwfi? , '36 divkfw K1 ,r ,i. L, 24: V44. , 1 A .X'h4Q ' . bf- , V 1 c if . .f'3'.5Qg ' wg-wrt ew f -1 .I 'mf - 'Y' V "' 7 'fi' ' " r'yr3Wif T fi. mics? -vu - Nigga? if ., 3 1 . f? Q Qfrqrg - ' Q l? Q Q X li' ,,.,Qg, . ' K 'V g ,E , ,' 1 152, ,., " ,' ' 'Q H ii Q- 'fi -f if fmt v me in r fs ffl L5 '5 4' ai ., 'fi 5 N - ' 'shag 'rl-'?j 5 v , I- ww, ' -at . Y, .o 1, f ' .Y A V ' 6' '-TQ, w ana' ' " -sejgg, ' ' f f il , I f 'gi , ,A 1 , f - f., if Q g I an 1 "'-'5 ' ,' fn! "' Q 1' , .2 "f I tlwigai I V a ti ffft fflq f w e-lg.-" c 'iff' ,l a '-' ii' ,M Af n,'l- rar. 'ff gif! 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Ny: .i ,?gnE,q.,HE.l .2 xy Lykiwbfwi M .,v5ruw4,m,4. - - A x '."f 1''W'-f:Eft2x.F.':vi96'if,s4"wwtg,g..i'gHbfrAr5-,z'.,gf,t. "-if A MR ' .s,,i.wQ?f " . V C Q69 Quail fgjeimefil me zzxtpetif Elcaunfafa While the junior varsity and sopho- more teams improved over last year they didn't reach the success of the varsity squad. Stopping the teams from attaining the glory experienced on the varsity level was their lack of experiences. The Junior varsity squad was largely made-up of sophomores, who used this as a stepping stone to gain ex- perience and confidence in them- selves. The juniors used the chance to play as an aid to time-up their play and better themselves for varsi- ty play. ABOVE: West player crack down an offensive surge. RIGHT: Breaking loose for 'running room is Darren Coker, '80. WQJ --qs ' 535' X K. if-aw? W Mi- ' '-t."3.",? '-R. J".' np. L43 as 'xl' fits 1 , it 4 ' 'N x A Q. Vx 4 l 3 -. X L l 1- wb. 8 t N "J ' sm " - -M, V ' A+ " 0. ' ' .":1 .' 29,950 .Y 5 1 3 'wtf-,w - kan , ,. gnc.,-:Z .,..'. 4 -....-.. . ,M-l . - t M23-"' 'N 'J we wx -J .. ,irkhq NG In v Lx t. V eau.. , . ,. L . A- -Q -U., Q K ,-- ,.. ,' . - 4- '- f ' wuz. --"'., 'Ar . oh'- .xy -1 ,.r A Q.. W 3 -V W '- '. 9 .' . gx y. , ,., ., TOP CENTER: Shawnee Heights shuts down a West rush. ABOVE: West teammates close in on a Highland Park player. LEFT: Sophomores wrestle a stubborn Shawnee Heughts foe to the ground. 9141 RIGHT: Striding for the finish line is Kent Wal- lace, '79. BELOW: The expression on the face of Todd Kroeker, '79, shows how painful cross country can be. BOTTOM: Cross coun- try team. FRONT ROW: Susie Garhan, Scott Helus, David Borghardt, Paul Payne, Karl Mill- er, Kent Wallace, Richard Seele, Todd Kroeker, Julie Browning. SECOND ROW: Kay Cochran, Marty Schmid, Tony Huaman, Jeff Dixon, Paul Cochran, Kevin Nicholson, Bruce Noe, Bob Akins, Ron Jurgensmeier, Bryan Christensen, Susan Borghardt. BACK ROW: Coach Joe Schrag, Mitch Brim, Craig Smith, Cory Skinner, Scott Raine, Rick Fischer, Tim Phelps, Assistant Coach Gene Johnson. 1 v ldzff'-4 4 ,V ,.. M' 3 "'w?E'K . 50, ,.- ' if . i. Q, x M A , ' ,5 ' V I ., . 'V . ' r L ,f My eg ii I, ' N 2,5 elf, r H'-gig . at T ii, ,L H Q I In gd 1. V 5 1 ' ' ' I ' X 1 ' aff i .,f l li v i ei, s X l, 2 mi.. fi N, f ' " s f' ' . if x r . K r xv " l N 'Q I x ' ' ,3 , Rfs, .L A 5 1 ' A ,l X . X ,jx gk 1 N v K, ly 'Q six lr I .ua X. 1" Q L7 X W1 nfl: 5, . ff , f ,V is E ' - l f' if P2 1' J Q i. 5 f ' ' 2 E" X . ,S-A , y J Ji ' 1 5 gil LQ: I . ' I .-M """ -U m " Q2-all 5 1 T T M 'Jac ' 'X i ' ,'ffx,:g.v1' ,- f ' , ,f,1"f'a'g- :2g:f'.1fr .-w4f'f,s-aJ:-i.-- i A,,.g,,gY':,'-gin -1r'L'5:.'-,gf Qtfifiglifzq :S Qflfw ii?2,:kii,i:v:,'f'fzEj"'t':'Zii2'fag5g'?" 'nw "fvf,,'f'w,zf,.f,m",+-' 'g iwgfti W A :rf ,,,.w,gQa1?'Y'- i.,. --'ww-.fffEr.,,-'g51'g1?.-,ff-vzf'-..ii' ' is :-5-if -me it -at . -"f'21?Y3'g+?Q+?f'?lfv :9'f 'ffl-is fffer- 1 M-if J'zw'?s14rfPf:-. ,+ Miglia-5if'?1r1,,.'6i4.i -. 'r,i9wfQ5iQi'fE1fi+fT-,:15l.f5?575fg: iff.,-fe-'fr . .H---,. 1.'1n.1:i5.i'f,"-f?ff.v.:.r wiv.'xf9Rltg:.':-5,141f""f.1'Q5Xv'ckenf1'M.:.g 'A .. , ft 11 f . K .Q ff.fhc'xv5.. ,1 ut'- 1 . ..,- V fe " -.urn -. . , v . .4 5.- 3-22-z" T :lla-' . -xx 7. 'Wa-nr f T. , fa. - , -, . ' 1- 1-V ... ,N ' 'ff v. N pq-1 . , AQAT. ITT, J' ' gf. j jf'-A J' fe' N Q rx T., ns, +..X. 'I V.. xii, , . rink' .Jw f.'L .viii ga. 'RJ' IYQEDEII faeaipibmee Gllfliiy ceuromm Injuries and disappointing times kept the cross country team from repeat- ing as state champions. The squad finished 6th. Bruce Noe, '80, and Kent Wallace, '79, finished 8th and 10th respectively to pace West. The women also competed, with Sara Yeager, '80, finishing 8th and Julie Browning '81, coming in 13th. "The difference between this year's and last year's teams was that ev- erybody had their best times last year in the state meet. This wasn't true this year," said Coach Joe Schrag. Even though the Chargers failed to win state, they won the city and re- gional meets. lt was the eighth straight year the team has captured the city crown. LEFT: Trying to weave his way through is Paul Cochran, '80. BELOW: Attempting to break away from the pack is Kent Wallace, '79. BOT- TOM CENTER: Running out in front is Susie Garhan, '80. 413733 - f U ABOVE RIGHT: Duringa timeout, Coach Cindy Heath plans out team strategy with her play- ers. ABOVE: Jumping high, Carrie Wagaman, '79, spikes a return. RIGHT: Setting the bail for a teammate is Linda Sudduth. 79: gan'-sqqp , ,,V. K at f in g nu-ra-M'-. l ' ' sua -4- G""'gg oiinemuea YYIQJUUQQJED il em es Srxuafaeioin irmfi While this year's volleyball team had strong leadership under three re- turning letterwomen, the future looks brighter with seven girls re- turning next year. The young and relatively inexperi- enced squad finished the season with a 9-12 record. However, the team captured second in the city meet and finished third in the all new se .-2 53: Qt - - . has Q UQ 5-faoew l-70 league. Spirit, hard work and leadership by seniors were major factors in the season according to Coach Cindy Heath, in her seventh year of coach- ing at West. "lt was a young team with a lot of enthusiasm for volleybalI," said Coach Heath. TOP LEFT: Following through on a spectacu- lar spike is Linda Sudduth, '79. CENTER LEFT: Backpedalling out of Shelee Pendleton's way is Kristy Kopp, '80. ABOVE: Preparing to re- turn her opponents serve is Ginger Oroke, '8O. LEFT: Topeka West Womens Volleyball Team: Front Row: Suzanne Weinkauf, Pam Miller, Linda Sudduth, Valerie Morrison, Car- rie Wagaman. Back Row: Coach Cindy Heath, Linda Manley, Brenda Soldani, Cindy Braden, Terri Ice, Annette Knipp, Kristy Kopp, Shelee Pendleton. il? efsmcin rsiuimiaig QGIGIQ etpilri-Elia Another winning season, including a team victory in the regionals, came to an abrupt halt for the lady Charg- er tennis team when it drew No. 1 seeded Shawnee Mission East as its first opponent in state competition. West lost all five opening round matches. A dominant force in city tennis, the team lost its first city meet in eight years, losing to Topeka High, but continued its four-year string of first place finishes at the Wamego invita- tional. Coach Bob Gladfelter, stressing team unity, spirit and enjoyment of the game, led the team to another winning season, the eighth in his eight years of coaching here. TOP: With a determined look, Brenda Reghr, '79, follows through on her return. ABOVE: Concentrating on an opponent is Amy McHenry, '80, RIGHT: Playing doubles are the team of Sally Harvey, '81,and Beth Cooper, '80 LEFT: Taking position, Teresa Pitts, '79 awaits an opponent's return. BELOW: Deliver- ing a return volley is Laurel Ransom, '79. Women's Tennis Team. FRONT ROW: Deepa Mukherjee, Anne Cleland, Brenda Regehr, Laurel Ransom, Sherri Frank, Teresa Pitts. SECOND ROW: Sheryl Remmel, Colette Chandler, Nancy Nelson, Kim Lay. THIRD ROW: Coach Max Sculley, Barbara Nemec, Beth Cooper, Chris Keeshan, Debra Pugh, Diane Mosher, Elaine Hodges, Amy McHenry, Beth Nemec, Coach Bob Gladfelter. FOURTH ROW: Sheryl Bohnsack, Janet Prokop, Mi- chelle Binkley, Wendie Deal, Joni Shellenberg, Nancy Carver, Stacy Henning, Debbie Grubbs. BACK ROW: Barbara Mulligan, Amy Tebbutt, Sally Harvey, Cindy Wallis, Terri Mor- ehead, Gretchen Osterhout, Kelly Williams, Lori Blanton, Nancy Radmacher. il? Qfamilaziee Deed! emilim iaefatin Coach Ed Poort, with a spirited, hard working squad, had possibly the best swimming team he had ever coached. Several swimmers and divers made it into state compe- tition. Randy Harris, '79, finished fifth in the 500-yard freestyle and sixth in the 200-yard freestyle. After a slow start, Jeff Handley, '79, bounced back and captured tenth place in state diving competition. "I would consider the state meet a success," Coach Poort said. "One of the disappointments was that the relay teams didn't make it to the finals. One relay team was only .8 of a point away from qualifying. Most members of the team were seniors who worked hard and deserved to go to the finals." ABOVE: ln good form, Jeff Handley, '79, fin- ishes his dive. TOP RIGHT: Diving in the state meet, Handley does a required reverse dive with a one-half twist. RIGHT: At the gun, Ran' dy Harris, '79, gets off to a quick start. F. ., f .,,,. .. rlifgv N Y 53" 142 Vg A if fi . .Q 'agp ,HQ ,gr a tw it -J, N 9 3, 1 1 rf!" r r V . Tm,:4f:'f, w.,::if - ,,,i.,m.,,f:A. - l A t. T fr I 4? . 'if 3,2 er . ... A 4893? 'ff lin. 'F Q, ' , 'Pizza iv a' W. Wi V, 'ir i I ggi ABOVE: Finishing his dive is Pete Potter, '79. TOP: Arching over, Potter works for points. LEFT: Senior swimmers, FRONT ROW: Dennis McConnell, Pete Potter. SECOND ROW: Gary Boerger, Dan Leweke, Tom Brady, Blake Rol- Iey, Kevin Brown, David Cole, Jeff Handley. BACK ROW: Andre Nalini, Malcom Martin, Randy Harris, Chris Pierce, Bacry Paxon, Tra- cey Lynch. iw 44444-V-4444444444444-V-44-V-4-Y-4444 444-V'44-4444444-V-4-V--N 1' iiitittik' 'ki"k'kiiitttititifttttiiiit'ki'i'i"k'ki'i"k'k'k'ki iii'tttitiiiii'i"k'k'k'k'k'k'k'k'kx't'k-k'ki'i'ki' ttiiiiiittitii 1+ 1 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL I Washburn Rural 1, Seaman 1, Salina Central 1+ Salina South 1' Topeka High if fffffffffffffffffffffi Hgjfjgd Park 1' x' Manhattan x' 1 Washburn Rural I 1, Topeka High 1, Q Shawnee Heights 1, is Salina Central 4 lf Junction City lf 1' Salina South lv 1' B ' S ' 1+ 1+ 18,2255 Higings I 1 1 Manhattan Junction City 1' WOMEN'S TENNIS 1 hevgengep K Hayden Lost if . 'B an af I Seaman 6th 1' Topeka High Highland park Lost lf Shawnee Mission S. 1' . 1+ sMN sms TW Triangle 2nd 1 Hutchinson at 1 it I 1' Lawrence Lost f Wichita Heights 1' Seaman 4th t 1 Topeka West Inv 4th Topeka High Lost 1, . 1 Eutgction City 1 1 4 Wamego lst if 1' 1+ Hays 4th 1' 1 1 Hayden JV Lost 1 ik I- 0 lst 1' Regional lst X' 'P 1 state 7th I 1 1+ 1+ 1' 1+ 1' 4 1-k-kit-kit-ktitttttttt-k'kttA: 1 1+ 1+ 1' 1+ 1+ 1' 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1' 1+ 1+ :Q 1' 1' 11- 1' 1' 1' 1' 4' 1' 1' "' 1+ It 1' 1 11 " 1, 1' 4 1' 1+ 1' 1 14. 1' 1+ 1- lv 1' 1 I 4 W A V 1' 1- Q V WQMEN S GYMNASTICS 1 1- Manhattanllnv 2nd 1' 1' Derby Inv . 2nd 1' 1' Washburn Rural 2nd l' 1' Lawrence Inv 3rd I 1 Topeka West Inv lst ,P ,L City. lst 4. 4, Regionals 2nd 1+ vARsiTv FOOTBALL 1' I 1 7th 'P 1' Qffff ffgffizfs 51' I ,Q I Hayden I' I 11 -1- Topeka High COTQ 4 1' , 4, Highland Park xiititittiiitiiiiiititi up Scmagle 4, Manhattan 4- Junction City 1- Lawrence 1' Salina Central I Salina South 1' 1 913351 'ki"k'k'k'k'ki"k'k'k'k'k'k'k'k'k'ki'k'k'ki'ti"k''ki"ki"ki'i"k'k'A"ki"k'k'ki"k'k'ki'1 14444444444-444 4-V-4444444444444444-44444444-V-4-V-4444 I 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1k'k'ki'i"k'A'i'ki"k'ki"k'ki"k'ki"k'k'kQ 1 L... i 1 7 1 if 1 xl- 1 if 1 MEN'S GYMNASTICS 1 1 Emporia 4th 1- Olathe 5th I 1 Washburn Rural 4th If Hightand Park . 3rd 1 1' Shawnee Heights 3rd 1' 1 Ls-:Dombard 10th 1' xr TW Inv 2nd 1 x, City Meet 2nd t i, Regional 2nd 1, 1, State 7th 1, Q 1, MEN'S SWIMMING 1 , 1, T.W. Relays 8th of 14 1 'K'k'A"k'k'k'k'k'A"k'k'ki'i"ki'itiiiiiiiitiitiiiiik iiiiiiiiiig, Olathe Invl gth of 10 1 ll- Emporia lost 110-60 1' 1 1 Wyandotte won 53-30 1 1, 1' Rayton Inv. 6th of 10 Q 1, 1 Olathe Dual lost 109-65 1, 1, nb Newton Inv.Emporia snowed out 1- 1, 1, Manhattan lost 88-83 Q, lr 4. THS lost 87-82 4 1' SMNW won 114-49 1 1 1 Manhattan Inv. won 111-61 1 xr 1+ State 8th of 13 1 1 CROSS COUNTRY INVITATIONALS I 12th 1' M . 1+ E,iQQifQ?2n2th :tiititiiitkiitittiiitii1 1 Topeka West- 4th I ' 1 Salina- 2nd 1 Junction City- 3rd 1' 1 ,L City- ist 1 ,, 4 League- 1st 1, g, :V Regional-1st 1, 1, State- 6th 1, 1 1 f 1+ Iiiiiitiiikiiiiii'iii''k'k'k'k'A"k'k'k'ki"k'k'A"k'k'A"k'k'A"A"kittiiq 1 i lt- 1 1- 1 l 1 VARSITY BASKETBALL JV SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL 1 1 TW BASKETBALL TW 1' 1' 56 Hayden TW 69 Washburn Rural 46 1 1 51 Seaman Hayden 59 76 Seaman 1' 1 70 Bonner Springs Seaman 36 55 Topeka High 1 t 59 Topeka High Bonner Springs 52 78 Big, i xr 55 Salina South TGPGKB High 76 80 Lawrence ' t Volleyball 1 73 Salina Central Salma South 64 69 Hayden 1, TW LHS THS 2nd 1 79 Manhattan Salina Central 44 57 Highland Park 1, Topeka West Inv, 3rd 1' 57 Highland Park Manhattan 64 50 Hayden 1, Rossvme Lyndon 151 1- 75 Topeka High Highland Park 69 55 Shawnee Heights lt- Junction City 151 1+ 77 Junction City Topeka High 80 54 Topeka High It Seaman Hayden 2nd 1 77 Schlagle Junction City 62 63 Seaman 1' Lawrence 4th 1' 67 Hayden Salina South 40 Won Shawnee Heights 1 City 2nd 1 69 Highland Park sauna Central 49 40 Parfait 1 L70 - 3rd 'P 51 Salina South Lawrence 59 48 Topeka High I 1, 61 Salina Central Manhattan 69 Highland Park 1, 1, 53 Lawrence Junction City 58 Seaman - - ,' 68 Manhattan H8I'm0r1 80 Shawnee Heights Iiktxitttrittittttttttitt 72 Junction City 72 Lawrence 1- 74 HBVVTIOW 73 Manhattan 1 61 Topeka High 64 Washburn Rural 1 1 1' l"k'k'k'k'ki'i'i'i" iii'A"k'k'ki'i"k'A"k'k'k'k'A"k'k'k'll'i"k'k'k'k'kt'ki"k'k'ki"k'A' ir! ilil 5393109399 iiiittttttiiiiiiiiiit V ' Y 1 Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y 1+ Y Q 1Y ,, 1+ 1+ + "' Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y ,,, 1+ Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y ,,, 1+ Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y Q Y " 1 " 1+ 'QA-if-naw-x-kffffi-kart:-ki 41539 4 i 4 4 I 4 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y . 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The basketball team also had a first for the school, taking the co-championship in the newly formed I-70 League. Coach Jerry Wright was optimistic about the team. "The team made steady pro- gress and improvement throughout the season, and if not for a couple of poor games, we could have compet- ed against anyone," he said. The team had the fourth best won- lost record for the school and the best record in the last six years. TOP RIGHT: Securing a firm grip on the ball, Jeff Gibbons, '79, tucks away a rebound. ABOVE: While dribbling, Scott Mallory, '79, looks for an open teammate. RIGHT: Jim Preisner, '79, shoots under heavy pressure by Bonner Springs. 915361 VV V. ur' 33 nf, ME QQ .M x -. -. mwyxaxf- n t .V-N . ...es -1-pt ,..wf-,e',,:-- we KI- My ' Ytmzz:gu:,e:fa1::",.j- Y , f 1-:me -A f,ie:Q"'9 N ' , . , f ' , -than . tc-,.' V Q ,t 9 A. Q zz :'I1'5 f 4 MM .r-, 4- ,YTNW ,..e. ,, . ,,,,g,"",,,,,.,.5,., .,,. M if " N S4 1... ani :N zrH www 1 Q I-12 is . Y.. ,..-,a , f..,. . 3, X ww ,Q A ,i L 4 e fu L A-f M xr " 2.7 A , H' 5 ml H U i we-r 6' If , Q iv AVP 3' 'fr fy' W ww .. A B G 4 2 1- s -f 5 X 0 a ls' Sy: W ,K 0 A tt 0 Eg 3. Y I it 'tw-'-1 - Qld- v -' ' A ss 9 B ,N l , E5 E. E g 2 . ' 54 , it 1 3 - 'I , " J ,N 1 -'fi' fTi " ' -1 ' if 5 ' F if tg ' fig-z"xg?i1v:, ...,,.. b Varsity Basketball Team. FRONT ROW: Tim Gibbons, Mark Hively, Matt Mocherman, Steve DeSelm, Jeff Gibbons, Ryan Richter, Paul Payne, Jim Hopkins, Jeff Dixon, Marc Degenhardt, Warren Seitz. Scott Mallory. Bruce Noe, Ron Jurgensmeier, Jim Preisner, Jim Waggle, Greg Koontz. y .x ,C M29 RIGHT: Shooting easily over a Junction City player, Paul Payne, '79, puts two points on the scoreboard. ABOVE: Shooting untouched over the out-stretched arm of a Hayden High player, Karl Miller, '79, puts in two, 5215119 Lpuleirle iinusieeeeilizz Gs The junior varsity and sophomore basketball teams put together im- pressive seasons, winning a total of 25 games and losing 9. The JV won 13 and lost 3, while the sophomores won 12 and lost 6. In the sophomore tournament at Seaman High School, the team lost in the finals to Topeka High. Their tournament wins included a forfeit by Shawnee Heights. In the finals, both the Trojans and the Chargers employed a run-and-gun offense, with a hard, hustling full court press. Both teams played in the same fash- ion as the varsity, and players looked to the day when they would advance to the improving varsity squad. iiii llkiii 1 .fir . Q. 4, Lf? Q4 if if! "'1 'SP 'IAA 1l ABOVE: Passing over an opponent, Jim Wag- gle, '80, hits a teammate. TOP: During a ti- meout, the sophomore team regroups around Coach Brockman. RIGHT: Going high, Warren Seitz, '81, shoots over an opponent. 313353 .......,,Q ""z'r1f1'v' X QF- Q is Q TV """""?sq...,,, W iki-1" ' vYr,i 1':3rf"E'.w '-Y' . it Q Vw, 5 'f'CPYL'L 44 LEFT: While three Topeka High defenders look on, Ryan Richter shoots for two. TOP: Taking his time, Doug Newstrom, '81, shoots a foul shot. , me i -2m.g:gi',' . vfffgflfg we smgzv f . Q ' sv-ff ff we xffig-new gf M54 P' 'Jim it fi iixH+vi:t.e.41y,wRs.4i I ,, -T K .i -.-agp,-15 -A ft ' 9' V as 4 L A .15 2 wi T if wise 1 i t gm ., A sf KI' , ,RLJU A z : Wg 1: -, ':.,, ,gms .V gi ' . , , ' ' '. Mggtfifff , 4.vgf..f gtg. Q' Womem move 30532153313 EI ia K9 The women's basketball team goals of first place in the league diminish- ed toward the end of the season, but they placed second in the Class 6A state tournament at Wichita State University, substate, the new I70 League and the Shawnee Heights ln- vitational. In state tournament competition, they beat Shawnee Mission South and favored Hutchinson before suf- fering a heart-breaking loss to Wich- ita Heights and winding up second in state. Carrie Wagaman, '79, and Brenda Soldani, '80, were named to the state All-Tournament Team. Wa- gaman was also named to the Cap- ital-Journal All-State Team. ABOVE: Going high, Jane MacMillan, '80, out- jumps her opponent. RIGHT: Battling tough, Monica Jones, '80, reaches for a loose ball. FAR RIGHT: With the season over, Carrie Wa- gaman, '79, and Brenda Soldani, '80, take time to show off their trophy and medals for second in state. QQ Q 'Q if , my QE ll ann.-,A J 3? U 1 , If , , ,, ef ' K 3 . at 5 'Q 118 S- wer- , W 3253 LEFT: Working herself free, Carrie Wagaman, '79, throws up a desperation shot. BELOW: Women's Basketball Team. FRONT ROW: Lo- lita Hill, Tamara Weller, Judy Park, Sherry Bu- chanan, Jean Foster, Jill Schuetz, Elaine Hodges, Lori Swader. SECOND ROW: Susan Stadler, Vicki Rogers, Janelle Myers, Deena Merrill, Sandy Dawson, Cindy Booher, Mi- chelle Lopez, Brenda Soldani, Carrie Waga- man, Terri Morehead, Beth Nemec, Gretchen Osterhout. FOURTH ROW: Linda Chitwood. Debbie Schreiber, Kelley Tosh, Cheryl Wil- liams, Jane MacMillan, Beth Johnson, Monica Jones, Tammy Batsell, Lori Embree, Sherry Geisler, Suzanne Weinkauf. - l J' "" 95 S v7...,,t,sW'?t"L'555i?3 3 Q225i? lili F ,ffflffifff . V S., ' f'--' - r "" S , ,,. .. - M A . -A 35 K 520 me Vi ,-,21 54 iv -4 3 3 V I - . 'ft' Gil A Q 13 A "' M QF- .J Q " 5- we iii 'Qi - T 4 F . 32,0 933. l- lgqu ' ,-Kg 'ft ev at ' NV' s r CD 3 : is l ia ' '-- It V ll an ,i., 2 T E, SS 213. 2 . -ir. . rl ' V 2 1-A ggi? , w- ' 5 Ag, f' 'il' 4, , fer: i -- l- -- F 4 3, lik! it ,ills . fl 1 , J. ., ",,,,,q,.1f.g ' ff '. ' , '-'gi , , 4 -.,' 'N Q is ' - f Y 5' l ABOVE: Coach Charley Myers goes over strategy during a timeout. Cheryl Williams, 20, hit two free shots to beat Topeka High in the sub-state finals. LEFT: Establishing posi- tion under the boards are Monica Jones, '80, and Beth Johnson, '79. it f ., Q IW' 1 N 4- - . 5 - 1,1 . ..,T.:f'v ' .A X . , - - M. Ll I ' lf::::ii4Ql'f 3 sg? , -1 .A Q ,1-wg.: , - -1-1-F is f' , . t . " . - - f m tl time web time KBEEIEPEPUCB lilc-stir? eaeyiiemell GJ ia CBQHQJEPYQJ In a rebuilding year, the wrestling team managed to qualify two for state, Greg Beelman, '79, and Dar- ren Coker, '80. Although both were hit by bad breaks, they managed fourth and fifth place finishes, re- spectively, in state. The young and inexperienced squad was led by the lighter weights. Help- ing next year will be the fact that they will lose only one member, Beelman, from this year's squad. "We had many young, inexperi- enced wrestlers that should do well next year," Coach Mike Jamison said. "Most of the sophomores did a good job this year." FAR RIGHT: Flattening his foe, Greg Beelman, '79, readies his assault. RIGHT: Beelman at- tempts to break down his competition. TOP CENTER: With his opponent on his back, Beel- man applies pressure. ABOVE: Wrestling Team. FRONT ROW: Jim Rothrock, George Johnson, Dan Smith, Greg Beelman, Bob Akins, Darren Coker, John Deeter, SECOND ROW: Greg Horn, Tim Nelson, Tony Huaman, Joe Stimach, David Lanfley, Eric Sevart, Cory Skinner, Dan Mills. THIRD ROW: J. D. Bloo- mar, Bruce Williamson, Marc Garhart, Jeff Hock, Robert Clasen, Brad I-lern, Shane Whitehead, Bobby Lemons, Bill Dickey, Gary Rhoades, Bill Nesbit, Dan O'Donnell. Q91 Eleiaeufuiitmemtom at Q emmemdl Continually improving, the men's gymnastics team capped a good season with a fifth place finish at state. "Our main goal each year is to quali- fy the team for state, which we ac- complished for the second straight year," 'said Coach Gregg Nielson. With eight returning Iettermen, the squad picked up its first 1st place trophy in over three years. In the city and regional the team finished second. Along with added experience, the team used hard work, determination and a winning attitude to improve themselves, according to Coach Nielson. Men's Gymnastics Squad. FRONT ROW: Rob- ert Zacharias, Jeff Burkett, Stuart Hazard, David Pitts, Jeff Lindstrom, Lyle Keller. SEC- OND ROW: Rick Hawkins, Kent Becker, Mike Davis, Bruce Coleman, Andy Ingram. THIRD ROW: Coach Greg Nielson, Mitch Craeton, Mike Pflaum, Pete Potter, Steve Boal, Chuck Wempe, Scott Souder. BACK ROW: Troy Fowler, Rhett Miller, Bill Grant, Scott Sala. 9' gk 3 X FAR LEFT: Executing an iron cross is Stuart Hazard, '80. LEFT: Kent Becker, '79 performs his floor exercise routine. BELOW: Over the watchful eye of his teammates, Bill Grant, '80, works on the rings. ...,,- , 4 S U - U T ,a 1 ,,-A ' E EXTREME LEFT: Suspended from the high bar is Steve Boal, '79. LEFT: Finishing his routine. Lyle Keller, '80, prepares to dismount. YISJ E-'Eltnfall cgjemeil Els: exfacsemfingpuileziimfacil With a respectable seventh place showing in the state meet, the wom- en's gymnastics team polished off their final goal of the season. A first place finish in city and a successful season took care of the other goals. First year Coach Cindy Medill took over a young and relatively inexperi- enced squad. The team was made up of only two seniors, one junior and six promising sophomores. "The best competition in the state competed and our girls held their own," said Coach Medill. ..,.......,.-mn-gm rw- m , ga ' ' Qi? pl I N '14 .Q lqllfqm ww A 9-WMM, iiil l , rx ..........,-.-1.- ,,,......-.wr-aw TOP: Performing on the uneven bars is Caro- lyn Pitts, '81, ABOVE: Robin Livingston, '81, eyes her next move. RIGHT: The team waits to perform before a school assembly. WQIQQ f X N 5 ef I i if-J , H-Q 4 .1 - 5 r "N vi Xi vw K, Q 'Y X . Y, Z s f if? X " M-3' A 7 Q X ' y , RY A my -.g b , b I? ,- .Xia 1 -.3 lol 47,71 21+ ,Xi 'i A- , x 2'-. . W, xK,. I . ,..- 'Q A N.-Q, , ,Q . ..., 4 - a.,,. TOP: Trish Greenwood, '81, receives advice from Coach Cindy Medill. ABOVE: After finish- ing, Susan Stroud, '81, gives a smile of ap- proval. LEFT: Women's Gymnastics Squad. FIRST ROW: Edye Fisher, Diana Dinkle, Pam Fries. SECOND ROW: Susan Stroud, Robin Livingston, Trish Greenwood, Diane Hottman, Carolyn Pitts, Kathy Janssen. eilil Deja euro me Eliallom New to West this year has been the addition of the yell leaders. This group of men aided the cheer- leaders by helping in formations, leading student cheers, ringing the bell and assisting in pep assemblies. Leading student cheering at athletic events was just one of the duties of the Topeka West cheerleaders. Be- hind the scenes they promoted spir- it, pride and enthusiasm for the school. Organizing and performing in school pep assemblies was also a major responsibility of the cheer- leaders. The cheerleading squads combined to sell 360 white and purple cowboy hats to wave at the games. Captains this year were Natalie Evanson for the varsity squad, Marty Young for the junior varsity and Chris Pierce headed the yell leaders. "They are all excellent groups. They work hard and they participate as a unit," said Miss Beverly Bernardi, cheerleader sponsor. . 4i.'J-Q. -L.,-4,w'z .rf 15 ffij..-+ . ' '3i3'f'Zl'-Zxl2i'f3'-'ri rx. . is . ' -'eww-Q. en ...J . .4 ,,, ,'y,e.,.a ,gpg . .,,.. A -,. . 'X if-'...:4rs5"' "!,C6. 9 f M555-f-A ' 1 ' ' 'Q.4,.m- fkxyf T J, Q 'K .i'yf1f.1'f:.y:k. .1-, K 43 in W- 1.59 ,win -.1 4.5 'K ' :M T 2 , ' Iv,-422' .' Y Q -:mam . ww its ,xg N it , ew q,j,,vg'v S . as .,,4g-"- u". 5.4 ff sgwczl' "at ' .. si --W ,. . .kim v L.: P-..i,.'-U5 . , rl -. . -gag-tt... . 1 ' A ' ' ' ll I RIGHT: The varsity cheerleaders are Julie cheerleaders are Pam Marcy, Janet Cazier, Miller, Barbie Bridwell, Peggy Dobelbower. Susan Rush, Brenda Boles and Jill Stewart. Natalie Evanson, Sunny Cleland, Candi Jones BOTTOM RIGHT: Helping the football team and Sarah Brass. BELOW: The sophomore take to the field are the cheerleaders. N . , - , fe ,J A ff -N' A 'r , i .wo a'1"34fT V ,V, -- A ii ' ,f' T .. T 4 - ', 1' ,, A -f '?fQis-A- if K r .fr ., fx ' Wy-Emlyel f gf c ' k T' T' ly , -sf' A ' Yi I , W. To T P' j , Q ' , , 3 1 ' 7-If - gf TOP: Junior varsity cheerleaders are Nancee Nicklin, Bridgid Murphy, Marty Young, Kelley Henley and Julie Connelly. LEFT: Leading fan support is Peggy Dobelbower, '8O. ABOVE: Showing their agility are the yell leaders Mike Callison, Ted Young, Marty Schmid, Chris Pierce, Blake Rolley, Scott Souder and David Cole. QQ? eeiaetl ewes UEIBQQWB Ceteeiuri The precision of the drill team, wit- nessed at home football and basket- ball games, took time and dedica- tion. Beginning last summer and continuing through the year, the team practiced diligently in first hour along with additional morning practices. The hard work paid big dividends in pride and enthusiasm. The Westsiders worked under the guidance of Mrs. Susan Affolter, Captain Carol DeSelm and Co-Cap- tain Sheri Ball. Popcorn was the big money-maker as the team sold S600 worth to pur- chase cowboy hats. " This is a very dedicated group who thoroughly enjoy working together," said Mrs. Affolter. TOP: Holding up Julie Martin is Lori McCaf- frey, '81. ABOVE: Performing at halftime is Pam Stubblefield, '81, RIGHT: Kicking in uni- form style are the Westsiders. if . U x Hn A165 .AW 4. -,029 H K I .K . V4.. . T T A I K eh' Qhvrgjf 5' 1. .F , . , .0 ,,, .N . ,X t . ' 4 :av -'wzfl X' . ., ., . T T. 'sf K .fm - 5rW'f1i?7' W 'J TWA - f 1-." ' ' B L .. f f.'e1mi5'- ' +'Q2,.wfg1ia,etf f . Ja l if LEFl': Watching her side with the band closing in is Stephanie Stewart, '81. BELOW: West- siders Drill Team, FRONT ROW: Nancy Nel- son, Jane Logan, Carol DeSeIm, Sherry Ball, Julie Jenson, Edye Fisher, Marcia Reid. SEC- OND ROW: Laura Alejos, Jill Mitchell, Michelle Binkley, Jo Sheets, Julie Martin, Gina Broughton, Sherri Bond, Susan Kipps, Gale Geissler, Wendie Deal, Julie Browning, Debbie Pugh, Barbare Nemec. 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SUSAN 31, 40, 198 Akins. Bob 138, 172, 191 AKINS, MRS. REETA 40, 97 Akins. Tom 28, 29, 72, 83, 82. 101, 102 Alejos, Laura 138, 199 ALEXANDER, DAVID 40, 88 Allen, Bret 102 Allen, Christy 138 Allen, Donald 137 Allen, Jeff 7, 79, 81, 102,168 Allen, Tobi 102 Allen, Virgil 138 Alley, Sheryl 102 Alquist, Julie ,,. 138 AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 88 Amos, Debbie 102 Amos, Sheree 102 Anderson, Gary 102 ANDERSON, MRS. GRETTA 12. 40 Anderson, Jay ... 102 Anderson. Robin 26. 138 Anderson, Tom 152 Andres, Craig .., 152 Anton. Libby 102 Armlield. Daryl 152 Arnold, Janice 138 ARNOLD, MRS. MARY KAY 54 Arnold, Jim 137 Arnone, Laura 138 Arp, Ann 102. BB Arterburn, Sarah 138 Artzer, Andy 72. 152. 168 Asay. Shari 102 Bailey. Kent 139 Bailey, Mark 103 BAKALAR, MRS. MARGERY 40 Baker, Sandy 152 Ball, Sheri 103, 152, 198, 199 Barclay, Nancy 61. 139 Barney, Martin 137 Barr, Terri ... 139 Bartel, Melody 139 Bartlett, Lisa 152 Bartlett. Tracy 33, 152 BARTLEY, PHYLLIS 54 Barton. Annette 13 Batsell, Tammara 90, 152. 189 Bayless, Brad 139 Beall, Stacy 152, 199 Bean, Sherry 103 Beck, Wes 103 Becker, Kent 19, 103, 192, 193 Becker, Michele 103 Beelman, Greg 103, 191 Behrens, Kathy 103 Bender, Steve 137 Bender. Susan 139 Benedict. Diana 139 Bennett, Lisa 152 Bennett, Rick 152 BENORTHAM. DR. ROBERT 24, 40 Berberick, Kim 152 Berg. Diane 139 Berg, John 137 Berger, David 137 Berger. Marc 153 Bergeson. Karen 54 Berkich, Rebecca 97, 103 BERNARDI, MISS BEVERLY 20, 40, 196 Bernauer, David 103 Bernhardt, Gary 103 Bern, Lynn 103 Berry, Mike 139 BERRY, ROY J. 57 Bertelson, Porter 61, 153 Bertram, Nancy 104 Bettis, Kim 104, 168 Bielsker, Beth 61, 153, 199 Biggs, Jeff 139 Billinger. Janny 88, 97, 104 Binkley. Michelle 139, 142. 177. 199 Blackman, David 104 BLACK STUDENT UNION ... 90 Blanlord, Joe 104, 168 Blankenship, Terry . . . 139 Blankenship. Toni 139 Blanton, Christine 104 Blanton, Lori 177 Bledsoe, Melvin 139 Bledsoe, Merly 153 Bliss, Tom 104. 137. 168 Bloom. Shawn 139 Bloomar, J.D. 60.61, 153, 191 Boal, Diane 153 Boal, Steve 104, 192, 193 Boehm, Marc 139 Boerger. Gary 104, 179 Bogart, Kim 153 Bogue. Jeff 61, 153 Bohnsack, Sheryl 94, 97. 153. 177 Boisvert, Michael 139 Boles, Brenda 153. 196 Bond, Sherri 139, 199 Bond, Theresa 94, 104 Booher, Cindy 139, 189 Borchert, Kathy 61, 139 Borghardt, David 104, 172 Borghardt, Susan 139, 172 Bowen, Frank 139 BOYD, BONNIE 54 Braden, Cindy 139, 175 Bradford. Randy 136 Brady, Tom 104, 179 Branch, Jamma 153 Brand, Jeff 61, 105 Brandle, Larry 105 Brass, Sarah 74, 75, 77, 105, 196 Braum, Cindy 153 BRAUN, FRANCES 23, 41, 93 Bray, Amanda . , . 139 Bray, Burt 153 BREITWEISER, MRS. VELORA 41 Brende, Eric 61, 105 Brerlde, Terri 153 Breuninger, Jill 153 Bridwell, Barbie 79, 81, 105, 196 Briggs, Brian 139 Brim, Mitchell 61, 153, 172 Britton, Cheryl 137 Britton, Glenn 153 Brock, Brent 139 BROCKMAN, MRS. PATTY 41 Brooks. Heidi 137 Brcucek, Peggy 139 Broughton, Gina 139, 199 Brown, Alan 139 Brown, Cathy 105 Brown, Chamla 139 Brown, Colleen 61, 139 Brown, John 105 Brown, Kenneth 137 Brown, Kevin 105, 168, 179 Brown, Kristie 139 Brown, Linda 90, 153 Brown, Niki 158 Brown, Phillip .. 105 Brownell, Alicia 67, 105 Browning, Julie 139, 172, 173, 199 BROWNING, DR. ROY 57 Brubaker, Kenneth , . 105 Bruner, David 60, 61, 136 Buchanan, Sherry 153, 189 Buell. Bill 139 Bugg. Bob 88, 105 Bunde, Rhonda 106 Burkett. Jell 140 Burkett. Jeffrey 139, 192 Burnett. Penny 137 Burris, Carol 153 Burris, Pam 140 Burris, Raelane 106 Burton, Dwayne 90, 106 Busche, Greg 106 Butler, M. David 106 Bynum, Mark 153 Caler. Doug 106 Callison. Mike 92, 106 Callison, Patty 41 Calwell, Kenny C. ... 140 Camp, Carla . . 140 Camp. Joyce A. .., 153 Campbell. Cynthia B. 106 Campbell, Mike J. 140 Cantrell, Richard D. .-. 61, 153 CARLIN, GOVERNOR JOHN ... 14 Carlson. Tim J. 140 Carpenter, William R. . 140 Carr, David E. 106 Carr, Marilyn 153 Carr, Paula E. 140 Carruthers, Mary E. 153 Carter, Kari A, 106 Carter, Rhonda F. 16, 18, 70, 106 Carver, Cherie A. 140 Carver, Nancy L. 153, 177 Carver. Quentin L. 153 Cash, Gina M. 140 Cason, Linda F. 29, 90. 153 Cason, Lisa 67, 90, 153 Cason, Theresa L. 90. 94. 58, 140 CATALINA CLUB ... 89 Cazier, Janet M, 153, 196 Centlivre, Nancy 153 Chamberlin, Vicki 16, 58, 106 Chandler, Colette D, 107. 177 CHANEY, FRANCES 41 CHARGER SPIRIT ... 92 CHESS 94 Childress, Becki 107 Childress, Chris G. 153 Childs, Roger D. 153 Chitwood, Karen 107 Chitwood, Linda J. 153, 189 Christensen, Bryan 140, 172 Christian, Roby S. 107 Christy, Gary 107, 168 Claiborne, Tim F. 61, 140 Craig, David 61. 154 Craig. Jeff 140, 168 CRAWFORD, RICHARD 56, 57 Crider, Scott 140 Crisp, Stacy 108 Crispin, Sandy 108 Crontster, Kevin 72, 154, 168 Cropp, Amy 97. 154 Crouch. Glady 154 Crow, Henry 140 Crowl, Mike 108 Crutcher, Nadine 154 Current, Janet 108 CURTIS, MRS. JACQUELINE 42, 93 Cushing, Scott D, 154 Cutright, James ... 154 Clark, Cathy A, ... 107 Clark, Chris 140 Clasen, Robert A. 154, 168, 191 Claussen, Robert 141 Clayton. Rodney J. 107, 168 Clearwater, Patty A. . . . 140 Cleland, Anne M, 82. 83. 61. 137, 107, 177 Cleland, Sunny E. 60. 61. 140. 196 Clemons, Duane 107 Clifton, Karen S. 140 Clow, Jennifer L. 107 Clow. Kathy 154 Clure. Greg J. 24, 140 Coates, Mike A. ... 140 Cochran, Kay 61, 154. 172 Cochran, Paul 140, 172, 173 Cochrane, llana S. 154 Coker, Darren 21, 27, 140, 165, 170, 191 Cole. David B. 92, 107, 179, 197 Cole. Steve 137 Cole. Todd H. 154 Coleman, Bruce L. 34. 140. 192 COLLYAR, MRS. SARA 42 Combes, Brenda K. 154 Condley, Julia L. . . 107 CONKLIN, CHARLES W. 10,42 Conlin, Sean 108 Connelly, Julie A. ... 140. 197 Connor, Bill C. 108 Connor, Brian K. 154 Connor, Kim D. 154 Conrad, Lori A, 154 Cook, Carmen L. Cook, Teri D, 140 Cooney, Mike S. 154, 168 Correll, Kathy C. . . . 108 Cooper. Beth 140. 176, 177 Coover. Robert 154 Coulson. Jennifer J. 108 Cox, Cheri 88, 154, 199 Cox, Kim A. 97, 108 Cox. Tony 154 Craeton, Jim 108 Craetor, Mitch 154, 192 24. 154 Daeschner. R. Todd 140 Daeschner, Troy 154, 168 Daley, Kim A. 140 Dalrymple, Greg 61, 154 Dammann, Daryl 108 Dammann, Wanda Sue 97, 154 Daniel, Darryl G. 140 Daudet, David 105 Daudet, Sheri Rae ,. , 154 DAVIDSON, FORREST E. 42 Davis, Chaille 92, 109 Davis, Deneisse 140 Davis. George W. 29, 72, 140 Davis, Judy A. ... 154 Davis, Kent E. 154 Davis. Michael Madison 61, 140, 192 Davis, Teresa Lynn . . . 154 Davis, Todd M, 154 Davis. Todd Dion 140 Dawson. Sandra A. 154, 189 Deal. Wendie R. 27. 88. 141. 142, DE ANGELIS, MRS. SUSAN 10, 40 Deckenbach, Nancy Lynne 154 Deeler. Jon 154, 191 Degenhardt, Marc J. 82, 83, 109 Dems, John 137 DeSelm, Carol 101. 109, 198, 199 DeSelm, Steven 141, 168 Desmond, Michael 137 Dever, Denise 141 177.199 Dexter, Scott 141 Dickerson, Dawn Ann , , . 154 Dickerson, Kelley J. 141 Dickey, William R, 10-, 168. 191 DICKINSON, MRS. MARTHA 53 Dicus, John B. 81, 109, 137 Diediker, Sue L. 141 Diegel, Kim L. 79, 81, 109 Diegel, Kirk .. 13, 141 Dille, Russell .. 109 DILLINGER. MRS, MARILYN 42 Dinkle. Diana F. 109 195 Dixon, Jefl 141, 172 Dobelbower, Peggy 141. 196, 197 Dodds, Jeff 109 Dodson, Jay 155 Doering, Angela 22, 97, 155 Doherty. Cammie 155 Doherty, Gary ... 141 Donaldson, Tracie 109 Donnelly, Kevin .. 137 Doole, Harmony 155 Doole, Ronda 141 DOUGLAS, JOE D, 57 Douglas, Robert 155 Douglas, Tammy . , . 109 DRILL TEAM ... 160 Duncan, Laura 82, 83, 109 Duncan, Nathaniel 90 Dunnaway, Rebecca 110 Dunphy. Diane 137 Durst. Annette 110 Durst, Jeannette 110 Dutt. Marianne 110 Dyer, Linda 155 Eakes, Brad 110 Ecrement, Jayne 74, 77, 110 Eddy, Mike 137 Edens, Shari 141 Ediger, Joan 155, 199 Edlger, Mark 60. 61, 110 Edmonds, David 61. 141 Edwards, Toby 110 Eells, Linda ... 110 Eissler, Charles . , . 110 Eissler, Theresa , , , 141 Eklund, Jerry 61, 141 Elkins, Kathy 141 Eller. David 155, 162 Elliott, Kelli ... 110 Elliot, Tim 141 ELMBORG, JAMES 43 Elton, Rick . . 141 Embree, Lori 155, 189 Epley, Lisa 141 Epperson, Tracy 155, 199 Erwin. Cristy 142 Estrada, Pati 142 Estes. Tod 155, 168 Etzel, Kim 142 EUBANK, HORACE 43 Evans. Randy . . 142 Evans, Rick 155 Evans, Susan 155 Evans, Susan 155 Evanson, Natalie 77, 110, 196 Fabry, Matthew 136 Fangman, Mike 155 Fannin, Ward ... 111 Fansler, Christa .. 142 Farrier, Tom ,, 61. 142 Federgreen. Susan 142 Fenton, Kevin 61, 111 FERNKOPF, WAYNE . . 43 Ferrin, Debbie 13, 142 Field, Caroline 111 Fiest, Kevin 155 Filiatreault. Lisa 111 FINK, MRS. JACKIE 53 PINNEY. MRS. JOAN 14 Firestone, Jane 111 Fisher, Edye 111. 195, 199 Fischer, Rick 155, 172 Fitzgerald, John . . . 111 Flake, Lance 142 Fleenor, Jon 29, 72, 155 Fleenor, Julie 97, 142 Fleming, Nancy 142 FLEMING, ROYCE 12, 13,43 Flesher, Carol 61 Flowers. Dale 97. 111 Foltz, Jeff 137 Fortner, Russ ... 111 Foster. Jean 155. 189 Foster, Valerie 94, 111 Fowler, J, Aaron 111 FOWLER, MISS MARGARET , 53 QQ Fowler. Troy .. 155. 192 Fox, Brad 111 Frahm, David . . 155 Frahm. Paul .. 112. 168 Frank. Sherri , 112, 177 FRANK, MRS. VICKY . 54 Freeby, Mike 112 Freeman. Debra . 156 French. Allen .,. 156 FRENCH CLUB 93 Friend. Duncan 112, 137 Fries. Pam 142, 195 Fnesendahl, Bruce , , 61, 156 Frost. Robin 142 Funston, Adreinne 156 Funston. Alison 142 Funston, Hogue .. 112 FUTURE MEDICAL CAREERS CLUB 74. 97 Gaito, Richard 112 Gale. Randy .. 156 Galyean. Marty 142 Garhan. Susie .. 142. 172. 173 Garhart. Mark 142. 191 Garhart. Susan .. 156 Garlock. Joe 142 Garner, Amy 72. 156 Gaston. Sheri . 142 Gauthier. Bessie ,,. 112 Gauthier, Viki 13, 112 Gay. Debbie 142 Gehr. Zoe 156 Geisler, Glenn 61, 156 GEISLER. MRS. RITA 54 Geisler. Sherry 143. 189 Geissler, Gale 143. 199 Gentry. Tim ... 112 Gentry, Tom 156 Ghio. Tony 143 Gibbons, Jeff 112 Gibbons, Jenny 156 Gibbons. Tim .. 143. 168 Gibbs. Jerry ... 143 Gibbs. Kenneth .. 156 Gibson, Sherry ,., 112 Gibson, Tim ... 112 Gilbert, Scott 143 Gildersleeve. Susan 61, 94. 143 Gillogly. Karen , 138, 143 Gilman, Jane , 37, 143 Gingrich, Kevin 156 GILKESON, MARVIN 44 GINAVAN. ROGER . 44. 53 Gisbert, Mary Kay 143 GLADFELTER. ROBERT . . 44. 176, 177 Gleason. Greg , 113 Gleason. Monica 156 Gleason, Teri 25. 140 Glover, Steve 156 60. 61. 113 Goebel, Gary Goff. Nadine ,, 113 Gooch. Dan , 27. 143 Gooch. Lon 156 Good. Michelle . . 156 Goodell. Amy 18. 64, 113 Goodger, Rita 113 Gordon. Alaire 113 Gordon. Margaret .. 156 Gragg, Jeanette 143 Graham. Don 156 Graham. Jan , , 30. 156 Grant. Bill 34, 143, 192. 193 Grant. Rhonda 30. 156 Graves, David 43. 168 Grecian, Beth ,. 61. 143 Greco. Renee 156 Green. Jefl 137 Green, Kenneth 113 Green. Dan 113 Green. Cincy , 143 Greene. Dan ,. 113 Greene. Julianne , 156 Greenwood, Jett 24, 156 Greenwood. Patricia 25. 156. 195. 1 Greer. Kenneth .. 137 Grillln. Debbie 157 Griggs, Jeil . , 101,113 Gnmmig. Judy 60. 61. 113 Griswold. Cary 143 Gross, Blake 60, 61. 143 Grubbs. Debbie .. 157. 177 Guidry, Tim ... 157 Gutierrez. Randy 157 Gutierrez. Sally ,, 113 GYMNASTICS, MEN . . 192 GYMNASTICS. WOMEN 195 Haas. Eric ,. 143 Haas, Robin 61, 157 Hackett. Donna 143 Hackett, Gary . . 157 Hager. Connie ., 60.61, 100, 114 Hand. Tina 137 Haines, Patrick ,, 157 Halbert, Philip .. 157 Hale, Lynette , 143 Hall, Gregg 114 Hamm, Amy 60. 61. 138. 143 Hancock. Mike 114 Hancock. Rick , 29. 72. 157. 168 Handley, Jeffrey 114. 168. 178, 179 HANIKA. ROBERTA 54 Hanke. Timothy , 137 Hanley. David . . 114 Harbour. Kenton 157. 168 Harder, Gary 157 Harder. James 29, 138. 143 Harder. Sharon . 114 Hardman. Richard ,. 37. 143 Hargis, Rachel .. 114 Harmon. Dorothy 70. 143 Harness, Kurt . 157 Harper. Heather ... 114 Harper. Liz 114 Harr, Jell 75. 114. 168 Harr, Kim . 143 Harris. Darrel 143 Harris, Randy . 114, 178, 179 Harrison. Lorri ,. 143 Harrison, Shelly 157 Hartzell, Allen 114 Hartzell, Susan , 152, 157 Harvey. Greg 143 Harvey. Sally 25, 157, 176, 177 Hastings. Debbie .. 61, 78. 80. 100, 115 Hastings. Sandra 157 Hastings. Susie 29, 115 HAUGHAWOUT. MRS. ADABELLE 44, 97 Hauserman, Paula 157 Hawkins, Rick 143, 192 Hawley. Daneva 157 Hawley, David ... Hawn, Kathy 157 Hayen. Scott 115 Hayes. Bryan . 61, 157 Hayes, John .. 151 Hayes. Michele .. 115 Hazard, Stuart ,, 35. 143. 192. 193 HEATH. MRS. CINDY , 44. 174, 175 Hedquist, Chris .. 143 Hedouist, Laura .. 157 Heinen, Brenda ,, 143 HEINEN. MISS MEREDITH , , 27 Heinisch, Jodie . 143 Heironimus. Renata 61. 144 Heisler. Rusty . 61, 157. 168 Helus. Scott 115. 172 Hemmer, Joseph , 144 Henderson. Abigail , 115 Henderson. Becky 97. 144 Henderson. Julia .. 157 Henderson, Ron 61, 157 Henley. Kelly . . 144. 197 Henning. Stacy , , 157, 177 Henoch. Kim .. 97. 115 Henncks. Douglas ,, 115, 168 Henry. Jerald ,.. 144 Henry. Peter 157 Hern. Brad 144. 168. 191 Herring, Glynn .. 157 Herring. Mark . 144 Herron, Steve 144 Heskett. Bob .. 157 Hess. Sonya 88.97. 157 Heycock. Stacy 157 Higgs, Robin , 61.144 Highlill. Kelly , 64, 67. 157 Hill, Charlie .. 115 Hill, Julle 144 Hill. Lolita .. 90, 157, 189 Hinrichs. Ray . 115 Hinton. Derek . 115 Hochstedler, Rrick ., 157. 168 Hochstedler. Wade 157, 168 Hock. Jel1 .. 144. 168, 191 Hodges. Elaine 26, 144, 177. 189 Hodges, Mark 115 Hodges, Susan . 61, 157, 199 Hoeme. Becky 144 Hoeme, Tony ... 158 Holfman. Barbara 158 Hoffman. Debra , , 144 Hogrele. Kim 158 Hohberg, Lori .. 158 Holeman, Beverly 18. 116 Holloway, Mary 158 Holt, Marsha 158 HOMMAN. EMILY 54 Honigs. Diane 116 Hood. Susan 144 Hopkins, Jim ... 144 Horn. Greg . . 144. 168, 191 Horst. Chelle 144 HORTON. MRS. MAXINE 54 Horttor, Daun 60. 116 Hosler. Scott . 116 HOST 84 HOSTESS CLUB , 97 Hottman. Diane Hottman. Todd Hougland. Allison Houser, Connie 12. 116 Howard. Jeff , Howard. Ron .. Howerter, Doug HOYER. MRS, LUCY 54 Hrenchir, Dale .. Huaman, Tony Huball. Tina 144 Hudson, Hank Hudson. Laura . Hudson. Melanie Hudson. Tracy , Hughes. Dan Hulse, Scott .. Humphrey. Scott 158.195,199 101,116 116 158 116 .. 158 . 116 .144,172.191 116 . 144 158 144 116 116 .,61.117 HUND, MRS. KATHRYN 44. 94 Hund, Shelly ... 158 Hungerpiller. Denise . 144 Hunter. Charles 144 Huntley, Todd ,, 64, 66, 67, 72. 152. 158 Huntsman, Angela ., 158 HURD. SAMUEL Hurd. Susan .. . 57 72.73.117 Hurley. Barbara ,, 117 Hurley. Edward 158 Hurst. Glenda ,, 117 Hylton. Angela , 158 Ice. Terri 144, 175 Ingram. Andy , 158, 192 INMAN, DAN . 34. 45 Iriondo. Silvia 88, 117 Jackson, Kent .. 158 James, James .. 158. 168 JAMISON. MIKE Janeski, Robert Janssen, Julie Janssen. Kathy . Jennings. Cathy Jensen. John . Jenson, Julie ... Johnson, Beth ,, Johnson, Dana Johnson, David Johnson, Diane JOHNSON, GENE Johnson. George ,36. 37, 45. 191 . 117 64.94,117 . 61.158.195.199 158 137 199 ,61,117,189 , 158 .. 158 .. 144 172 . 158,191 Johnson. Glenn , , 25. 117 Johnson. John . 137 Johnson. Kevin 144 Johnson. Suzanne 117 Johnston, Brad . ..117 Jones. April 144 Jones. Candi .. 144. 196 Jones. Melissa .. 144 Jones, Monica . 144, 188. 189 Jones, Nate , 90. 158 Jones, Stephanie 90, 94, 144 Jones. Val 29. 117 Jurgensmeier. Ron 144. 172 KAHLE, MS. SALLY .. 45, 53 Karholl, Deanna , , 54 Karle, Mary ., 18, 118 158 Karvunis. Greg Kastens, LeeAnn . 118 Kastens, Ruth .. 39, 118 kAvv VALLEY AREA VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOL 39. 52 Keatley, Cheryl ,, 144 Keatley, Tony . 118 Keeshan. Christy .. 94, 144. 177 KEGION. Joseph . ..137 Keller. Jackie 145 Keller, Lyle 20, 60. 61, 145, 151. 192, 193 Kelley, Kay 33, 145 158 Kelly, Susan ,, Kelly. Tom .145 Kenall. Kami . . 145 Kern. Brenda , 61. 158 Kersnner. Leigh 158 145 Kester. Amy ... Khatib-Shahidi. Sodi , , 88, 118 Kletzman, Kevin 145 Killinger. Gene 54 Kilts. Toni 118 Kimble, Stacy ., 145 Kinney. Michelle .. 118 Knppes. Susan 61, 88. 145, 199 Kirchen. Kim , , 158 Kirk, Doug ... 118 KIVETT, JANICE 45 Klein. Dan 145 Klein. Judith . 16. 118 Klug, Linda , 118 Knight, Candy 158 Knight, John 118. 168 Knight, Kathy . 145 Knipp. Annette 26. 145. 175 Knodel, Elaine ,, 118 Knott. James .. 158 Koerner. Debbie , 61. 119 Koontz. Greg 145. 168 Kopp. Doug .. 158 Kopp. Jana ... 119 Kopp. Kristy 145. 175 Korneman, Jill 145 Kossover, Greg 158 Kratt. Jon 119 Krass. Todd 119 Kroeker. Todd 119. 172 Kuck. Marlene . , 119 Kuckelman, Susan ... 119 Kuckelman, Thomas , 145 Kuhlman. Kevin , 145 Kuhn, Brenda .. 16. 18. 119 KUHNS. LES 20. 28. 29. 45. 72. 73 Lacey. Shelly 158 Lacoursiere. Jackie 158 Ladner. Ted 61, 159 LaForest. Michelle , 159 Lake. Terri ., 145 LaMountain, Eve 137 Lamparter. David 119 Landis. Pam .. 145 Langhois. Kyle 145 Langley. David 159. 191 Langley. Jeff 137 Langworthy, Dennis 119 Lanning, Marla 119 Larscheid. Mary .. 119 Larson, Scott ,, 159 LAUGHN, MRS. JOANNE 53 Lavis, Linda 120 Lawson, Jeff .. 21, 88, 120 Lawson, Lori . 145 Lawson, Pat . 54 Lay. Kim . 145, 177 Layden, Debbie 120 Lechner, Janet , 145 Lee. Jell ,. 120 Lee. John 137 Lemons, Lawanna .. 145 Lemons. Robert ,, 159. 168. 191 Leonard, Donald 60, 61.64. 159 Lesslie, Steve 120 LESTER. MRS. ETHEL 54 Leverett. David , ,137 Leweke. Daniel 120. 179 Lewis, Dennis 120 LICHTENSTERN. MRS. RUTH 45 Light. Billie 120 Lilga, Eva 88. 120 Lindburg, Richard . 159 Lindsey, John , 120, 168 Lindstrom, Jellrey 159, 192 LITTLEJOHN. J.B. . 14 Litwin. Daveen . 29. 72, 159 Livingston. Robin 159. 194, 195, 199 Loebel. Janet 37 Loesing. Janet 120 Logan. James . 159 Logan. Jane . , 92, 97. 120. 137. 199 Logan. Lorelei , 100, 121 Long. Mark 159 Lopez, Michelle . 159. 189 Luarks, Carrie 90, 159 Ludolph, Duane 145 LUDOLPH, MRS. PAT 54 Luehring. Jamie 88. 121 Luksa. Jenny , 146 Lumpe. Andrew , 121 LUTTERMAN, NORMAN 54 Lynch. Chris 159 Lynch. Faith 121 Lynch. Mark 28, 29. 121 Lynch, Tracy 121,168,179 Lyngar, Lance 20. 159 MacMillan, Jane . 61, 146, 188. 189 Maddux, Jewel . 121 Maeda, Kazutoshi .. 61. 88. 121 Mah. Joyce .. 146 Mahon. Lynne 159 Mahrle. Laura 121 Malecki. Lori 121 Malecki. Steve 159 Mallory, Scott , 74. 75. 77, 121, 168 Mallory, Stacy . 159 Mallring. Joy 159 Manley, Becky 121 Manley, Linda 60, 146, 175 Manuel, Debbie 122 20. 159. 196 Marcy, Pam Marcy, Thomas 137 Marett, Beverly 146 Mariotto, Francesca 88. 122 Marker, Jenniler 94, 122 Marker, Steven 159 MARMET. MRS. PEGGY 31 Mariott, Susan 96, 97, 146 Marshall, Ruth . . 146 Martel, Mike 122 Martin, Bob 122 Martin, Julie 92, 94, 146, 198, 199 Martin, Malcolm 122, 179 Martin, Todd , 160 Massaro, Mark 160 Matalone, Tammy 146 Matalone, Tony .. 146 Mathur, Amrish 146 88, 146, 199 Maupin, Laurie Maupin, Susan 160 McCaltrey, Lori , 160, 198, 199 McCall. Lynette 122 McCarthy, Jane 122 McClain, Jim 122 McClenahan, Steve 122 McConnell, Dennis . 122, 179 McCormick, Jamie , 146 McCullough, Roger 160 McDonald, Mike 94, 122 McDonald, Pat ,. 10, 137 McGill, Jeffrey 90 McHenry, Amy 146, 176, 177 Mcllvain, Marty . 123 McKinney, James 14, 123 McKnight, Troy 146 McLaughlin, Teri 151 McMahon, Samuel . McNeer, Julia ... 123 Meares, Lisa 123 MEDILL, MRS. CINDY 31,46. 194. Meters, Shari 160 Mellring, Joy 159 Mellring, Paul .. 146 Melvin, Evelyn ,, 160 Mendel, James 123 Merrill, Deena . 160. 189 Merrill1JaneII 123 Metzler, Lori 160 MEYER, MRS, LEE . 53 Middendorf, Kathi . 160 Miller, Derek, ,, 160 Miller, Janet 61, 160 Miller. Jeff 123 Miller, Julie 81, 123, 196 Miller, John 137 Miller, Karl 123, 172 Miller, Kelley . 146 Miller, Linda 160 Miller, Lisa 160 Miller, Mike 146 Miller, Pamela 88, 100, 123, 175 Miller, Phil .. 88, 123 Miller, Rhett , 160,192 Miller, Scott , , 160, 168 MILLER, MRSSHIRLEY ,. 54 Mills, Danny 160, 191 Mills, David . 123 Mills, John 137, 168 Mills, Sonya 160 Milner, Marc 160 MISNER, NORMAN . . 46 Mitchell. Carla 146 Mitchell, Jill 146, 199 MITCHELL, ROME 53 MITCHELL, TOM 20, 46, 64, 67 Mocherman, Matt 146, 168 Mogge, Rodney 160 Monk, Jim . 146 Montgomery, Barbara .. 32, 146 Montgomery, Deana . 161 Montgomery, Edward . , 124 Mooneyham, Eric . , 146 Moore, Cindy 97, 161 Moore. Eric 146 Moore, Kip 161 Moore, Molly 146 Moore, Patrick 124 Moore, Tom 124, 168 Morehead, Teri . . 161, 177, 189 Moreno, Jill 24, 161 Morgan, Joyce , 124 Morris, David 61. 88, 161 MORRIS, DR. MARK 56, 57 Morris, Mark . 124 Morris, Randy 124 Morris. Steve 151 Morrison, Valerie . 124,175 Mosher, Diane 97, 146, 177 Mosher, Mark . 124 Mukherjee, Deepa . . 124, 177 Mulligan, Barbara 33. 161, 177 61,146 Mulligan, Tim 146 Mulvlhill, Linda , 124 Munk, Scott . 146 Munns, Blithe ,, 124 Murphy, Brigid 147, 197 Murray, Mark , , 90, 147, 168 MYER, MRS. GEANIE 53 MYERS, CHARLES 46, 189 Myers, Jane .. 161 Myers, Janelle , 161, 189 Nabazas, Bob 124, 168 Nalini, Andre 6, 137, 179 Namnum, Vicky .. 161 Neill, Robert 61, 161 Neilson, Gregg 46, 192 Nelson, Eric 161 Nelson, Nancy 88, 101,125, 177, 198 Nelson, Tim 147, 191 Nelson, Todd ... 161 Nelson, Tom . , 20, 161 Nemec, Barbara , 147, 177, 199 Nemec, Beth 161, 61, 161, 177, 189 Nerstheimer, Cory ,, 161 Nesbit, Blll 161, 168, 191 Nesbit, Julie ,, 147 Neuer, Phil 161 Neumann, Doug 29 Newins, James .. 125 Newman, Catherine , 97 Newman, Dave 161 Newman, Paul , . 161 Newman, Todd 161 Newstrom, Doug 161, 187 Nguyen, Hung Duc 161 Nichols, Rick 147, 168 Nicholson, Kevin . 147,172 Nicklin, Nancee 197 Niederhauser, Ed 147 Niehaus. Curt , . 147 Niehaus. Ted 137 Niles, Bradley . , 125 Niles, Doug .. 161 Noack, Chris . . 94, 147 Noble, George 61, 147 Noe, Bruce ,, 147, 172, 173 Noe, Kipp 125 Nordyke, Judette .. 61, 147 Norman, Douglas ,, 29. 147 Norrnanton, Kim 64.65, 67, 88, 125 Norris, Bobbie 161 Norris, Patricia 125 Norris, Peter 147 Norris. Scott 147 Norton, Linda . . 23, 67, 147 Norton, Sheila , 161 Novotny. Sarah 161 Nunmnk, Karen 125 ODEN, DON 56, 57 ODonneIl, Dan 161, 191 OHara, Kelly . 161 Ohse, David 47 Olson. Lana . 161 Olson, Mary , 125 ONeil, Kathleen ,, 125 Oroke, Ginger 147, 175 Orton, Rex 137 Osborne, Jami 61, 161 Osterhout, Greg 147 Osterhout, Gretchen 161, 177, 189 Oswald, Joyce ,. 161 Owen, John ,, 161, 168 Owen, Steve 60, 61, 147 Oxy, Eric 39, 125 Oxy. , . 147 Padilla, Cindy 125 PAGE, MRS. LOLA 53 Pahmahmie, Jack 147 Park, Judy 161, 189 PARKS, MRS. BARBARA , 12, 47 PARKS, ROBERT 47 Parker, Jeffrey .. 147 Parli, Frank .. 125 PASLAV, MRS. LILA ,. 53 Pasley, Kevin . , 162 PATTERSON, MISS GEORGIA .. 47, 92 Patterson, Mike 147 Patterson, Patrick 147 Patterson, Ron . , 126 Pawlowski, Dan 94, 126 Paxson, Barry 77, 126, 168, 179 PAYNE, JIM 47 Payne, Paul 26, 61, 82, 83, 172 PAYTON, LAURIE . 126 Payton, Laurie 126 Peach,'John 126, 168 Pederson, Mark 162 PEER GROUP 94 Pelton, Keith 61, 162, 168 Pendleton, Shelee 147, 175 Perez, Rueben . . 97, 152, 162 Pervin, Dawn 147 Peter, James 61, 162 Peter, Mark 147 Pllaum, Mike 60, 147. 192 Pheasant, Jean 126 Phelps, Elizabeth .. 147 Phelps, Rebekah , , 16, 126 Phelps, Tim 162, 172 Pica, Ernest 162 Piepmeier, Rod 126 Pierce, Chris 78, 81, 92, 126. 197 PIERCE, LEVIN 54 Pietras, Tonya . . 162 Pitt, David 162, 172 Pitts, Carolyn 162, 194. 195 Pitts. Teresa 126, 177 Poe. Gene .,, 162 Pointer, Connie 162 Pollom, Rusty 162, 168 POMEROY, DUANE F, . 57 POORT, ED 48. 178 Potter, Kim 126 Potter, Pete 15, 137, 179, 192 Pound, Terri ,, 147 Pournazari, Mohsan .. 137 Powell, Michael ,, 127 Power, Lori 127 12. 162. 168 Preisner, Craig . Preisner, Jeff .,, 147 Preisner, Jim .. 127, 168 Priest. Barbara .. 137 Priest, Martha 66. 67, 72, 162 Pringle, Mary 147 PRINTZ, MIKE .. 48 Prochaska, Mona 147 Prokop, Jana 61, 162, 177 Proper. David 162 74, 77, 127, 168. Pryor, Brady Puckett, Larry . 137 147, 177, 199 Pugh, Debbie Purcell, Stacy 162 Quail, Chad 127, 168 Qualls, Kim 127 Radmacher, Nancy 148, 177 Rager, Jill 162 Raine, Scott 162, 172 Ramirez, Ray , 61, 137 RAMSEYER. ROGER 48 Randell, Linda 127 Ranker, Shawna 148 Rankin, Raymond 127 Ransom, Laurel . 127, 177 Rath, Cynthia ,, 148 Rathert, Kevin 148. 168 Readnour, David 127 Reda, Lisa 94, 127 Reece, Paul 163 Reed. Debbie .. 127 Reed, Laurie 163 Reed. Treyse , , 128 Reeder, Tod , , . 163 Rees, DeeDee 163 Rees, Donna 128 Regehr, Brenda 128, 176, 177 Reichert, Van . ,, 128 Reid, Hershel ., 148 Reid, Marcia 14, 128, 199 Remboldt, Carmen . 128 Remmel, Sheryl 101. 128, 177 Renick, Susan 128 Nethman, Dan 148 Rethman, Ronnie 148 Revelette, Jeff 35 Reynolds, Connie 163 Reynolds, Sandy 128 Rhoades, Gary 163. 168. 191 Rhoades, Sharon 18, 128 Rhodes, Charles 61, 94. 128 Ribelin, Kay 148 Ribelin, Valerie 163 Rice, Roy .. 128 Richardson, Angela . . 129, 148 Richardson, Dan 129 Richardson, Roy 129 Richter, Ryan 137, 148, 187 Ridinger, Jeb 148 Ripper, Annie 61.88, 148 Ritchie, Jeff ,., 148 Roberts, Kirsten 33, 137 Roberts, Michelle 137 1 79, 196 169 Roberts, Monte 148 Robertson, Debra 129 Robison, William ,, 163, 168 Rodell, Carl . 148 Rodgers, Rhonda 148, 163 Roehl, Mary 61, 163 129 Rogers, Todd . . . Rogers, Vicki 163, 189 Roland, Renee 148 Rolley, Blake .. 79, 81, 92, 129, 179, 197 RONDASH, DAVID , . 34,48 163 Roper, Brent Rosencutter, Doug 159, 163 Rosencutter, Mike .. 148 Ross, Bonnie .. Rost, Thomas . . . 163 29, 148 Rothrock, James 148, 191 Rothrock, Steve 11, 129. 168 Rowe, Ronald 60, 61, 129 163 Rucker, Bill .,, Rundell, Bryan ,. . 163 Rush, Susan 163, 196 Sackett, Mike ,. 129 Sadler, Cathy ... 137 Sala. Scott 61, 163, 192 Samuelson, Brook 137 Sanchez, Luis Sanders, Amy ,. 94, 163 163 SANDLIN, TERRY . , 48, 53 Sanlord, Penny . Sauvage. Carol , Sauvage, Cheryl Sauvage, Sheila ., Sawyer. Debra . Scales, Beverly , Scheer, Kathy , Scheetz, Cathy . Schiesser, Kerin Schissler, Doug , Schissler, Marie .. Schlegel, Kris . Schlins, Cynthia Schlyer, Brad . , . Schmid, Marty , , , Schmidt, Franz , Schmidt, Kurt ,, Schmidt, Tim . . 163,199 ,94,129 , 129 . 163 61,129 .90 149 . 163 .. 88, 149 , 149 . 137 149 137 39, 149 26, 92, 149, 172, 197 , 163 64, 65, 67, 130 136 Schmucker, Ramona 130 Schneider, Don . .. 149 Schneider. Leslie 149 Scholl, Dee Anne 18, 88, 149 SCHRAG, JOE 48, 172, 173 Schreiber, Debbie 163, 189 Schrotl, Jane 94, 149 SCHROFF, MRS. MARY BETH 49 Schuetz, Jill 149, 189 Schutter, Anna 130 Schwichtenberg, Molly . . 137 Scoggin, Neal . . . 64, 66, 67.88, 130 Scott. Becky 163 Scott, Randy 88, 149 Scrinopskie, Myles , , 149 SCULLEV, MAX . , 49, 177 Seales, Beverly 149 Sedgwick, Ken .. Seele, Richard ,. Seitz. Warren . . . .130 130, 172 163, 168. 186 Seltsam, Jim 130 Selzer, Kitty ,,, 130 Senecal, Michelle 137 Senecal, Terri 163 Serk, Vivienne . . . 149 Sevart, Eric ., 163, 191 Seward, Ryan 163 SHAFFER, RONALD 10, 49 Sheets. Anita 11, 88, 149, 199 Sheetz, Cathy .. Sheets, Diana , . .61 130 SHEFFIELD, HAROLD 49, 53, 90 SHELBY, GORDON . , 57 Shellenberg, Joni 149, 177 Shelley. Scott 130 Shepard, John . . 149 Sheppeard, Kathy 163 Shermoen, Margy 149 Shimp, David .. 130, 168 Shipman, Steven 66, 67, 149 SHUFELBERGER, DUANE 16, 49 Shumaker, Roger 137 Sidesinger, Chad 149 Sikes, Lorie ,, 149 Simpson, Greg , , 14, 149 Sims, Curt . . 163 Singh, Grace 97, 163 163 Sipes. Sona ... Sippel. Jack 29, 72, 163 SKINNER, CONNIE 53 Skinner, Cory . . . Skinner, Debi ... Skinner, Sarah , Skirvin, Robert .. 60, 61, 164, 172, 191 130 131 . 137 Slocum, Greg 149 Slocum. Kae 131 99 Slusser. Janette Smiley, Jim 61, 149 Stimach. Joe .. Weller, Scott 149 Smith, Amanda 164 Smith, Cookie 94, 131 Smith, Craig 164, 172 Smith, Craig W. .. 131 Smith, Dan 191 Smith, Mark , , 149 Smith, Mary 131 Smith, Mitch 137 Smith, Penny 149 Smith, Randy 131, 168 Smith, Roxana . 137 Smoot, Mike 164 Snyder, Dennis . 49 Soldani, Brenda . 149, 175, 188, 189 Soldani, LuAnn 39, 131 Souder, Scott , 88. 92. 131. 192, 197 Sparks, Dorie 164 SPEIER, MARVIN 15, 49 Spence, Sondar .. 149 Spielman. Leta 164 Spielman, Lora 131 Spring, Lewis ,, 131 Spurgeon, Dawn .. 149 Stadler, Susan 29. 164, 189 Stansbury, Lisa , , 61. 100. 132 Stauller. Doug ,, 164 132 Steffes. Bob . ,. Stelting, Michelle . 149 Stephens, Cindy 132 Sterrett, Shane 164 Stewart, B.J. 168 Stewart, Dave 164 Stewart. Grace . 132 Stewart, Jill 164, 196 Stewart, Sandra 29. 64, 65, 72, 73. Stewart, Stephanie . , 164, 199 191 Stover, Todd . . 61. 164 Stratton. Marc ., 138, 149. 168 Straub, Julie .. 164 Strell, Scott . 149 Stretl, Vicki . 32. 132 Stroud, Susan 61, 195 Stubbletield, Pam 164, 198. 199 STULL, RON 31, 50 Stull, Steve 146, 150 Sudduth, Linda 132. 174, 175 Sundernath, Shyla 61. 155. 164 Swader, Lori 150, 189 Swalwell, Bill 164 Swanson, Janis H164 Swarthout, Greg 164 Swenson. Scott . . 72, 73, 152. 164 Tawadros, Sam 164 Taylor, Andrew ,, 164 TAYLOR, DORA .. 54 TAYLOR. JACK Taylor, Kevin , , Tebbutt, Amy . . 164, 177 12, 50, 53 132 AAA Auto Club , , 208 Allis Chalmers ... 209 Asay's Sportsman's Store 209 Barton Photography , . 203 B.C. Christopher .. 202 Beecrolt Cole , 223 Booster Club ... 207 Brennan's 218 Bnman's Jewelers ,, 202 Capital City Bank 225 Carnage House Protect Casa Bellesa . 217 Chevalier Stall 226 Crane St Co. 208 Crews Auction Co. ,,, 214 C 81 W Markets.. 214 Dairy Queen , 217 Dean's Shoes 225 Dibble'S 224 Ed Marling's 223 202 Fidelity State Bank 203 Fairlawn Plaza State Bank ., 210 First National Bank , 223 First State Bank Si Trust Co. Ford, Dan Insurance 215 QQ 210 164 ,. 132 Tegetholl, Carla Tessmer, Debbie , 132 THESPIAN CLUB 95 Thomas, Donna 150 Thomas, Janet 132 Thomas. Jim 150 Thomas, Susan 61. 88, 150 Thomas, Tami ... 150 Thompson, Lynne 90, 150 Thompson, Penny 61. 164 Thou, Wendy ,. 155, 164 TICKNOR, KENNETH 50.60.61 Tiller, Mike .. 132 Tindall, Larry 133 Tinker, Jim 137 Tinkham, Ed 150 Tolbert. Eric ,, 67. 164 Tolletson, Steve 133 Tolliver, Erin 164 Toomey, Greg ,, 26, 164 Tosh, Kelly 62, 150, 189 Toussaint, Ronald 164 Towle. Sherry 164 TRAVERS, MRS. DEANNA 50 Travis, John 150, 168 Traylor. Cheryl 133 Traylor. James 164, 168 Triplett, William 133 True, Scott .. 133. 168 Trulove, Paul 133 Tuchscherer, Anne . 29, 165 Tucking. Tammy 150 Turner, Kimberly , 165 Turner. Mike 29. 150 Twidwell, AI 54 Uhlrig, Joe .. 150 UMBARGER, DAVE 50,92 Unrein, Mark 165 Unrein, Tim 165 Upchurch, Sheryl 150 Urbanek, Rod , 150 Utech, Teresa .. 133 Van Allen, Thomas VANCE. WILLIS , 54 Vaughn, David 133 Vaughn, Scott . , 165 Vice. Sandra 150 Vobach, Paul . 150 Vossen. Laura , 72, 100. 133 137 Wachs, Gretchen 150 Wachsnicht, Greg . 133 51 iafaufiallssll Frost Trash . 214 Gas Service .. 217 Hall Directory, Inc. 221 Harry's IGA ... 211 Hat Box, The 215 Hair Production, The , , 215 Heitner Nursery .. 209 HiIImer's Leather ... 203 Howard Johnson's ... 213 Hume Music .. 213 Hunnington Beaute Villa .,, 211 Hussey Insurance Agency . 210 Hygenic Cleaners ,,. 208 Jaquith Pharmacy 211 Jayhawk Drugs ... 215 Josten's Year 215 Josten's!American Yearbook Co. 208 Junior Achievement . 221 Kansas National Guard , , 204 Knights of Columbus . , 220 KTPK .. 214 Kwik Shop . 203 Lewis-Cobb Realtors . . 221 Livingston's 204 Logan-Taylor 226 Waddle, Ronald .. 133, 168 Wade, Vicki 137 Wagaman, Carrie 18, 19, 78, 81. 133, 174. 188, 189 Waggle, Angela 165 Waggle, Jim 137, 138.150, 186 WALKER, RANDOL 39, 52, 53 Wallace. Becca ,, 150 Wallace. Greg ., 165 Wallace, Kent 60, 61, 78, 80, 134, 172, 173 Wallace. Todd .,. 94, 134 Wallis, Cindy . . 165, 177 Walter, Forrest 134 WALTON. FRANK 31, 50, 169 Wantz. Cynthia . 150 Ward, Jim 134,150 Ward, Lynelle 39, 134 WARDLOW, MRS. LINDA , , 33, 51 Warlield. Kristine ., 90 Warner, Carol 134, 151 Warner, Sandy . 165 WARNER, WAYNE . 57 Waters, Richard 90, 165 Wathall, Lori 134 Watkins, Linda . . 12, 134 Watkins, Susan .. 18.150 Weaver, Rebecca , , 150 Webb, Dawn ,, 150 We-b. Laura . , 150 Webber, Tina , . 165 Weben, Rick 61. 165 Weinkaul, Suzanne 134. 175. 189 Weissbeck. Joe , 28, 29. 134 Welch, Andrew , , 28. 29. 150 Welch. Dan 94, 150 Welch, David 29, 101, 150 Welch, Debbie 150 Welch, Mike ... 61 Weldon, Keith 20, 165 150. 168 Williams, Jackie . . 151 WiIIiams,Jel1 . . 151 Williams, Jeffrey 165 Williams, Jesse . 165 Williams, Kelly 165, 177 williams. Kevin 151 Williams, Pete . 151 Williams. Tori , 67, 151 Williamson, Bruce 64, 65. 94, 165. 191 Willt, Tirza . 151 Wilson, Anna 61 WILSON, MRS. CAROL 51 Wilson, Marcy 165 WING. DON 54 Wingerson, Steven WINGO, WAYNE , 51 Winkenwader, John 39 Winkenwader, Mark 165, 168 Winters, Ronnie 61. 165 Witty, David 151 Wolfe, Craig 137 Wood. Jill .. 165 Wood, Vicki . 61 Woodland, Kevin .. Woodley, Timothy Woodward, Carole . . 136 Wooster, Lorrie . , 151 Wornkey, Kevin 136 Wortham, Brian 88. 151 Wortham, Teresa .. 165 Wright, Don .. 90, 151 Wright, Edie , , 151 WRIGHT, JERRY .. 30. 31, 51 Wright, Joe 10, 90, 136 Wright, Patrick .. 146 ,151 136 , 136 We1ler.Tmmy . , 165, 189 Weller, Todd , 60 Welsh, Michael .. 29 Wells.Don . 134 Wempe. Chuck . , 150, 192 Wempe, Julie 10, 165 Wente, Tamra ,.. 150 Werder. Judy 15. 82. 83. 88. 100, Wessel. Connie . 165 Wessel, Ronnie 165 WEST, FRANK , 54 Westbrook, Christie 137 Westbrook, Tracy -, 165 Whelan, Steven . 150 WHITCOMB, MARIA . 54 White. 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