Truman High School - Heritage Yearbook (Independence, MO)
- Class of 1968
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Text from Pages 1 - 246 of the 1968 volume:
Truman High School
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Table of Contents
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Administration , . . . , . . . 10
Academics ..... ..... 3 6
Activities ...., ..... 8 0
Sports ......... . . . 120
Classes ........... . . . 164
Directory-Index .... . . . 229
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Dr. Guy Carter
Superintendent of Independence Public Schools
Mr. George Berkemeier
Mrs. Tom Buckley
Mrs. Lee Roy Schulenberg Mr. Elvin Lufi
Plans become reality
for all-school stadium
Plans for an all-school stadium materialized
this year as the Board of Education appropriated
adequate sums for major improvements on the
football field atWilIiam Chrisman High School.
New bleachers and a new press box transformed
the old field into one which benefited all Independ-
The Board was not only responsible for this new
facility, but also for the purchase of sites for fu-
ture schools and for maintenance improvements
on the junior high school buildings.
As executive officer of the Board of Education,
Dr. Guy Carter saw to the administering of the pol-
icies set forth by the Board. He further aided the
Board of Education as superintendent of schools.
One of the many complex responsibilities which
faced Dr. Carter as superintendent involved the
painstaking preparation of the budget for every
aspect in the school system. In addition to the is-
suance of appropriations for the previously men-
tioned improvements, Dr. Carter's budget includ-
ed salary raises for all personnel.
Numerous years of experience in the field of
education enabled Dr. Carter to maintain his high
position as superintendent. He was an elementary
teacher, a social studies teacher, coach and high
Striving to meet the needs of an ever-growing school
complex, Dr. Carter compares growth patterns with those
of other progressive school districts.
Mr. Kenneth Patterson Mr- J0S9Ph Pef0fS
Principals share mutual interests in sports
Going over last-minute changes, Mr. LeRoy Brown pre-
pares for afternoon announcements.
Mr. Leroy Brown, principal, and Mr. Jerry
Moore, vice-principal, shared a mutual inter-
est in sports which developed in their high
school days. Mr. Brown participated in all
sports and activities at his high school in
Green Ridge, while Mr. Moore played football
and softball on Sunday afternoons in Moun-
tain Grove. Both of Truman's principals played
basketball and displayed their athletic skills in
When not on the golf course, Mr. Brown
devoted much of his time in coordinating all
activities and aspects of the student life at
And when Mr. Moore wasn't playing basket-
ball in his church league, he supervised the
disciplinary measures at Truman. He was also
responsible for scheduling, class changes, at-
tendance and the audio visual schedules.
Mr. Brown received his B.S. in Education at
Central Missouri State College and his M.A. at
the University of Kansas City. Mr. Moore
earned his B.S. in mathematics from South-
west Missouri State College and his M.S. in
Secondary School Administration at the Un-
iversity of Missouri, Columbia.
LEFF - Keeping track of his
daily schedule, Mr. Brown
makes note of future ap-
pointments. BELOW - Tak-
ing time out to help repair a
locker, Mr. Moore consults
with custodian, Tom Gillis-
Walking up stairs, parents find
their way to the various class-
ABOVE - Buying a raffle ticket from the Booster Club,
Sam Brock signs up for the drawing. RIGHT - Announc-
ing at Meet The Squad Night, Russ Wiley, president of
Booster Club, holds the microphone as Ron Bridges intro-
PTA, Booster Club
The Truman Parent-Teacher Association
brought together teachers and parents to dis-
cuss and sponsor student activities. The PTA
sponsored an open house, the Football Home-
coming, a chili supper, the school mixers, the
Senior Banquet and the Senior Prom.
This year the officers were Mrs. Elma Dean
Stark, president, Mrs. Phil Weeks, vice presi-
dentg Mrs. Fred Smith, secretary, Mrs. Francis
Kassen, treasurer, and Mrs. C. E. Sharp, histo-
Th Booster Club also strived to keep parents
interested in active school support. The Boost-
er Club provided programs at the football
games, sold Patriot license plates, sponsored a
raffle, the All-Sports Banquet, and the Meet-
the-Squad-Nights. They planned a street
dance, carnival and bake sale in September.
The 1968 Booster Club officers were Mr.
Russell Wiley, president, Mr. Howard Nichols,
first vice president, Mr. Marvin Croft, second
vice-president, Mrs. Virginia Basler, secretaryg
and Mrs. Phillis Sturges, treasurer.
With a greeting to all parents, Mrs. Elma Dean Stark opens
the P.T.A. Back-To-School-Night.
Mr. Kingdon Anderson Mrs. Rosemary Boetjer
B.A., UMKC B.S., M.U.
English lV English II
Mr. Loren Booth
B.S. Iowa University
Mr. James Bowman
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They frowned at unruly behavior:
They were amused at sudden outbursts of intelli-
gence from generally quiet students.
They were sad because of Truman defeats:
They laughed loudest when a joke was told.
They sympathized with upset studentsg
They were relieved at the arrival of each day's end.
"They" were the teaching army that fought the
never-ending battle to educate the Trumanites.
Mr. Louis Braley Miss Elaine Branham
Ms., cmsc B.S. UMKC
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Mr. Elwood Brown Mrs. Ruth Brown Mrs. Mary Clements
M.M., UMKC B.S., M.U. B.S., K.U.
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Mr. Ronald Clemons Mrs. Pallas Cockefair
M.A., M.U. A.B. Ottawa
Journalism English IV
Mr. Don Collman Mr. Lawrence Cook
B.S., M.U. M.S., M.U.
Spotter in the pressbox relays possible strategy to Coach Hob- Drivers EUUCBUOH COE
ick on the sideline.
Mr. Norman Cox
Miss Roselee Cox
Mr. Edmond Davidson
Mr. Jack DeSeIms
Miss Witthar teaches 41st year
Retaining a tile of assignments, Mrs. Gill keeps a record of each student's progress.
Mr. Jerry Dinsmore Mr. Robert Felling Mrs. Merideth Francis MVS- Sharon Frazier
M.S., CMSC M.S., M.U. B.S., M.U. RS., CMSC
Biology Physical Education English III Bookkeeping
Mrs. Virginia Gill Mrs. Renee Goodijn
B.A., Marycrest College B.A., M.U.
Mr. William Hayes Mr. John Henderson Beckoning to her students to focus their attention on the
M.A., Arkansas University M.S., CMSC chalkboard, Miss Witthar prepares to illustrate a signifi-
Algebra American History cant point.
Biology Contemporary Issues
Mr. Laurel Hobick Mr. Floyd Hubble Mr. Kenneth Johns Mrs. Verna King
M.A., Northern Arizona M.S., CMSC M.A., West Chester State B.S., CMSC
State English III Physical Education Physical Education
World History Economics Drivers Education
Miss Mary Klingner Mr. Lohman Landreth
B.S., CMSC B.S., CMSC
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Even while taking roll, Mrs. Ream seems to enjoy the students.
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Mr. Bruce Lowery Mrs. Barbara McBride Mr. Charles McCain Mrs. Heidemarie
B.S., M.U. B.S., NWMS B.S., CMSC McGinness
Terminal Math Physical Education Drafting B.A., UMKC
Geometry German I, ll
Taking time to talk to concerned parents, Mr. Hubble at- Mr. Bob McHenry Mrs. Linda Nagle
tempts to help struggling student. M.S., CMSC B.S., Kansas State
Physical Education College
to instill knowledge
Teachers must relax, also. Mr. Henderson and Mr. Davidson
enjoy the few free moments while their students view a tilm.
Mrs. Jeanne Nauser
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Mrs. Mary Jane Ogle
Mrs. Judy Pinnell
Mrs. Susan Ploger Miss Grace Pulliam Mrs. Doris Ream Miss Mary Sue Renaud
B.A., Southwestern State B.S., CMSC M.S., CMSC B.S., SMSC
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Mrs. Sue Ridings
B.S., Texas Technological
Mrs. Mary Robinson Mr. William Robinson Miss Grace Rowe
B.S., CMSC B.A., Graceland M.A., Northwestern
Clothing American History University
Foods English Il
Mr. Robert Scheele
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Mrs. Juda Schell
B.S., Lincoln University
Student teachers observe
actual classroom situations
Students pay close attention when Mr. Scheele emphasizes significant facts.
Mr. AI Schrik
Miss Diana Seward
Mr. John Shinn Mr. Clay Snowden
Commerce Drivers Education
Mr. Buel Stewart Miss Harriett Mr. Donald Welborn Mr. Lawrence Whisler
M.S., CMSC Weatherford M.S., M.U. B.A., Iowa State Teachers
Geometry M.S., Columbia Orchestra College
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Mr. Charles White Mrs. Sandra Wilson Miss Nora Witthar Mrs. Claudia Young
B.S., CMSC B.S., CMSC M.A., Coumbia University B.S., NSC
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Mrs. Shirley Freeman
Mr. Bill Moyer
Truman's counseling department under-
went a facelifting to provide additional ser-
vices to keep pace with the changing students.
A new counselor, Mrs. Shirley Freeman,
joined the stall and was assigned the task of
counseling all Truman students whose last
name begins with the letters L through Z.
Retaining the position he has held since
Truman was built, Mr. Bill Moyer aided stu-
dents with Iast names beginning with A
Both counselors endeavored to contact
everyone in the student body at intervals
throughout the school year. Special attention
was given to members of this year's graduat-
Newly designed counseling procedures often compel Mrs.
Freeman and Mr. Moyer, Truman counselors, to seek one
assume new titles
Because of the significant roles which Mr.
Emory Parks and Mr. Paul Landers play in the
administration of the Independence schools,
they were assigned newly originated titles this
In addition to receiving the title of deputy
superintendent, Mr. Parks assumed the re-
sponsibilities of director of personnel and in-
struction, two positions which were combined
forthe first time this year.
The division of business services remained
the responsibility of Mr. Landers this year, and
he received the new title of assistant superin-
tendent of business services.
Mr. Park's accomplishments involved im-
provements in the areas of instruction, intro-
duction of German ll, reorganization of the
business department and redesigning of the
Mr. Landers introduced a new data process-
ing system for the personnel records, pur-
chased supplies and equipment and saw to the
payment of bills.
Two divisions, personnel and instruction, combine
for the first time this year under the direction of dep-
uty superintendent, Mr. Emory Parks.
Assistant superintendent of business services, a title es-
tablished this year by the Board of Education, Mr. Paul
Landers directs the business service division.
Mr. Merle Shafer and Mr. Kenneth
Cline, visiting teachers.
Mr. Keith Bench, director of Federal Funds and special programs. Mrs. Martha Jane Sears, school nurse
Coach Norman James, director
of physical education.
Trumanites benefit from numerous individuals
The efficient operation of Truman High
School involved the combined efforts of many
Director of buildings and grounds, Mr. Don
Allee's duty encompassed the supervision of
school property and custodians.
Mr. Keith Bench was responsible for the
coordination of federal funds and special pro-
As director of music, Mr. M.0. Johnson took
care of all music activities for the secondary
Coach Norman James, director of sports,
scheduled all games for secondary athletic
Visiting teachers, Mr. Kenneth Cline and Mr.
Merle Shafer, checked attendance problems
throughout the school year.
Mrs. Martha Jane Sears contributed to
school operations as a result of her duties as
school nurse and Mrs. Sadie Kerrick as food
Mrs. Sadie Kerrick, food service director
Mr. Don Allee, director of buildings and grounds.
Dr. M. 0. Johnson, director of music.
Mrs Pauline Brown Mrs Sally Woolery Mrs Louise Davis
Secretary to Dr Carter Secretary to Mr. Landers Secretary to Mr Parks
Secretaries handle appointments, paperwork
ABOVE-Mrs. Dorothy Sha-
ron, secretary to Mr. Parks.
RIGHT-Mrs. Ruth Arnold,
head bookkeeperg Mrs. Faye
Attendance secretary, Mrs. Sherry Lankford, checks a list to assure the validi-
ABOVE-Among various duties,
Mrs. Phyllis Hanson, clerk, types
correspondence to area
LEFT-Mrs. Alice Woirhaye, sec-
retary-cashier, Mrs. Marcella
Crawford, assistant bookkeeper.
After depositing money from various clubs, Mrs.
Mary Holladay, secretary to Mr. Brown, closes
the vault door.
daily custodial duties
Before starting daily cleaning, Mr. Joe Peel checks
pencil sharpeners and empties wastebaskets.
Hours of work are in store for Mrs. Elta Pursley, matron, as she prepares to
clean the girI's locker room after a full day of physical education classes.
Assuring cleanliness in the cafeteria are
Ernest Dole and Lee Austin.
Alignment of chairs in classrooms follows a thorough lloor sweeping by
Head custodian, Tom Gillispie, pauses
momentarily to gaze out the windows.
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Lyle take a short rest.
Opening jammed lockers is one of the many duties of William
Cleaning the lobby,
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pares the school
for another day at
Supervisor of Truman's cafeteria, Mrs. Verna Graham,
orders necessary food throughout the school year.
Cashiers Jo Peterson, Ruth Van Fleet, Bunny Christensen
and Dolores Ayers total the cash Trumanites spend on
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cook, serve, wash for four lunch periods
Cooks Shirley Leaf, Reta Woodward, Agnes Mieweg, Lucille
King, Ollie McLees and Eileen Hayes prepare 1400 meals every
Routine jobs of cafeteria workers range from
cutting pies for serving to cooking the main
These six workers, Freda Tippin, Dorothy Athon, Teresa Ragusa, Marise Sallee,
Helen Aneonio and Lois Edmundson wash dishes during each lunch period.
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English students strive for creative expression
Juniors Kathy Hanson, ZoAnn McConchie and Mark Proutt prepare to present
a class discussion to their English Ill class.
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to write on the seven thought-provoking topics behind him on the black
by discussion, study
Several steps were used this year to attain
the goal of creative expression.
Grammar was studied in sophomore
through senior classes. Gerunds, participles,
infinitives, nouns, adjective and adverb
clauses, parts of speech and predicate nomi-
natives remind students of the hours spent on
exercises this year.
Next came the study of novels. Dillerent
styles of various authors were examined by
class discussion in all literary genre.
Elements of creative writing such as transi-
tional phrases, parts of a composition, intro-
ductions and conclusions were introduced in
sophomore English and reviewed in English Ill
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Members of the second hour French class transfer
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RIGHT-Spanish III student Debbie
Parker writes an exercise on the
with Latin, German,
With a re-adjustment in statl, five teachers
taught four foreign languages at Truman this
For two hours a day, Mrs. Ruth Brown
taught Latin. Her Latin I and ll classes studied
verb construction, sentence order and Roman
history. A special feature this year was "Latin
in the News". Students contributed news clip-
pings with words stemming from Latin.
German students studied under Mrs. Heide-
marie McGuinness, a native of "Deutchland."
Posters and displays provided educational
exhibitions for her room.
Mrs. Renee Goodijn, a new teacher this year,
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attempted to give her French classes all rudi-
ments necessary to go on to the next course.
The remaining language, Spanish, had such a
large enrollment that it required two teachers.
Miss Janette McDowell, a new addition to the
department, taught Spanish for two hours.
In contrast, Mrs. Mary Clements had taught
Spanish at Truman for four years. Dialogue
study dominated her Spanish I classes.
Second-year classes reviewed the previous
year with the use of tapes. Mrs. Clements in-
troduced third-year classes to a study of the
country's geography and history.
German teacher Mrs. McGinness explains a point of grammar on the
board behind her.
Latin students take notes on Roman
history as Mrs. Ruth Brown lectures.
'Heritage' staff focuses on many faces
Producing Truman's yearbook, the Herit-
age, was the main objective and responsibility
of this year's Publications ll class. Named at a
banquet last spring to their various positions
on the staff, members of the class started
planning cover, theme and picture ideas soon
Maintaining and keeping within the budget
allowed the yearbook staff was among the
many problems faced by the staff members. A
percentage of money from class pictures and
class rings went to the publications depart-
A new staff arrangement was put to use this
year by adviser, Mr. Ron CIemons.Instead of
the usual assistant editor, there were four as-
sociate editors, each in charge of a different
Publications I students learn the basis and
proper procedures for writing copy, captions,
headlines and drawing layouts.
The Christmas Formal, an annual dance
'where the Heritage Queen was crowned, was
sponsored by both publications classes.
Looking over pictures, Don Cain, editor, decides which
one to use in the yearbook.
Working on their various jobs, Judi McFadden, photography
editor, goes over pictures while Margaret DeCamp, layout edi-
tor, and Denise Clinton, copy editor, draw layouts and correct
Adjusting the camera, photographer Dave Talcott
prepares to take a picture.
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King, Nancy Cascairo and Linda Foster use the olfice tiles.
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phrey, Don stresses accuracy.
Going over their diflerent sections, associate editors Nick Binninger, Nancy
Livingston, Kay Constance and Phil Basler work toward a deadline.
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can rating, the highest award available for high school
journalists. Last year's stafl attained this honor.
Journalism Il students
All receipts and advertising bills are handled by Annette Shir-
To insure uniform copy, Kathy Cline, copy editor proof-
reads an article by Pat Heckmann, editorial editor.
ky. Circulation editor Chris McClain sends copies of the news-
paper to area high schools and local administrators. All photo-
graphy is the responsibility of Shari Myers.
Photographer Pat Fortner provides pictures for the
combine efforts to produce 'Spirit of '68'
As feature editor, Wendy Hodges must okay all
feature stories as well as write her own column,
"Hodge Podge." News stories that appear
throughout the paper are scrutinized by Donna
Lamble, news editor, before they go to the
Writing a column requires careful originality of Carol Warren who
created "Take it orleave it. , ."
Sports editor Steve Williams works with his
assistant Donna Keith to produce page six.
evoke self expression from
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One phase of the speech course involves serving
as a chairman.
Presenting a humorous skit, Charles Novak and Sherry Norman
perform in dramatics.
Portraying an ingenue, Donna Miller prepares for the One Acts.
Learning to express oneself claimed the
main objective of both dramatics and speech
classes. Special projects enabled students to
develop this skill.
Dramatics presented the One-Acts Novem-
ber 16 and 17, and when they were not work-
ing on the plays, they learned correct acting
Speech classes spent time learning good
organization before starting their required
speeches. Some of these students stayed after
school and helped in timing the debate tour-
naments in order to gain debating knowledge.
Discussing a stage move with Carol, Hollaman, Mrs. Schell
Speech I students, such as Annette Patterson, learn confi
dence speaking before an audience.
hours of research
Through hours of research, planning and discus-
sion, debaters prepared for tournaments. Debate
coach, Mr. Lawrence Whisler, stressed organiza-
tion as the key to a winning case.
First-year debaters began the course with dis-
cussions held at Fort Osage High School. Their
study of the topic, "Combating Crime in the Unit-
ed Sates" deepened as teammates were chosen
and cases constructed. Practice debates to deve-
lop versatile negative and affirmative cases were
held with teammates during class and with other
schools in the afternoon.
Advanced debate classes applied the logic
gained from the previous yearto contrast con-
vincing cases. Debate tournaments attempted to
single out the best teams by a process of elimina-
tion. Both novice and advanced debaters entered
contests in these categories: extemporaneous
speaking, original oratory, impromptu speaking,
humorous and dramatic interpretation and radio
Introduction speeches provide novice debaters
the opportunity to become acquainted with an
Debaters use their own transportation.
Practice debates sharpen the affirmative plan of Mike
Whitehead and Charles Conrad.
Novice debaters Pam Gordon, Carol Sperry, Chris Wester-
gard and Mike Pement discuss new negative attacks.
Art revolves around creativity through
Molding with clay is one of the more popular activities in
Fulfilling an art assignment, Debbie Brown finds the per-
spective of her subject.
Learning to express creativity and imagina-
tion through various aspects of art was the
main objective of Truman's art department.
Art l students began the year by studying
the basics. They spent the first quarter draw-
ing sketches, color wheels and abstractions.
Art ll spent the first part of the school year
drawing realistic figures from abstractions.
Working with wood carving and paper plate
lithography kept Mr. BraIey's Art Ill students
Art IV, the most progressive class, spent the
entire year studying sculpture in depth.
Besides making a sculpture, the students were
required to make an intensive notebook on
sculpturing. Art IV students were also required
to keep a file of various pictures and examples
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First Violins - Sharon Westerlield, Kim Soper, Joyce
McDoIe, Terry Levitt, Tom Deal, Phil Mengel Carolyn Hoss,
Mary Goodyear, Gaye Hardy, Nancy Simpson, Rodney
Rynearson, Lana Hanssen. Second Violins - Brenda Wolf,
Harvey Cunningham, Ellen Bethel, Phyliss Robinson, Ka-
thy Mahofly, Jan Hursig, Kathy Blackburn, Nancy Ander-
son, Eddie Harris, Mark Crawford, Mary Wade, Harold
Adams, Hague Howey, Diane Leighton-Floyd. Cellos -
Nola Matthews, Charles Conrad, Diane Westerlield, Monte
Cotton, Kathy Willis. Violas - Ann Knoche, George Hutch-
inson, Cynthia Lilleston, Sharon Steele, Raliegh Woods,
Mary Hoss, Larry Trowbridge. Bass Violin - Vicki Phillips,
Renee Cox, Phillip Setchlield. Percussion - Harold Himes,
Dennis Cramer, Ed Armstrong, Gary Allen. Trumpets -
Ken Scholl, Gary Love, Kim Sherman. Trombones - Mark
McGuire, Clyde Henry, Greg Ward. Tuba - Dwight Carl-
son. French Horn - Dave Ralston, Steve Solomon, Rod
Caldwell, Terry Charles. Clarinets - Kathy Thomas, Twy-
Numerous concerts dominated the activities of
Truman High SchooI's orchestra under the direc-
tion of Mr. Donald Welborn, this year.
The activities commenced in the early fall when
Truman participated in a dual concert with South-
west High School. On January 24, Truman's or-
chestra attended the orchestra clinic at Southeast
Competition with two other schools, Oak Park
and North Kansas City, provided Truman's orches-
tra further opportunity to display its talent. Arbi-
ters based their judgements on individual sight
reading plus group ability to play for 20-minute
Valuable practice derived from these concerts
prepared the orchestra for entering still competi-
tion at the district and state music festivals held
annually in Warrensburg and Colombia
The major activity of Truman's orchestra are concerts. Renee
Cox and Vickie Phillips play string base at a concert.
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Performances at games, concerts and other
school events required hours of practice for
members of the varsity band.
Activities started with the lirst home football
game and the band performed at all home
games thereafter. During the fall, much of the
class time was spent practicingformations
out-of-doors. Also at this time several stu-
dents, mainly brass, started practicing for pep
band appearances. Lead by Doug Phillips the
pep band played at the pep rally and bonfire,
pep assemblies and home basketball games.
December 19 marked the date of the first
band concert. Two other concerts were held
during the winter and spring. Members of
band occupied much of their time in the
spring preparing solos, duets and ensemble
numbers for Warrensburg and Columbia mu-
sic contests in April.
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CLARINETS - Donna Pritchard, Fred Pement, Terri Huff-
man, Ed Armstrong, Sahdy Reed, Marilyn Benedict, Cindy
Berndt, Phil Mengel, Pat Edmonson, Barbara Pltchford,
Carol Nicodemus, Phil Setchfield, Robert Ruester, Mark
Burriss, Peggy Shineman, Twylene Reynolds. TRUMPETS
- Mike Manners, Ken Schofl, Glen Fickel, Gary Love, Kelly
Smith, Mark Jordison, Dayle Robinson, Kim Sherman,
Ronald Finke, Janet Smith, Sam Dyer, Tom Ferguson.
FLUTES - Mark Kelsey, Linda Vivian, Alick Wagner, Thea
Pyper, Cindy Leibold, Sherry Johnson, Dorothy Denham,
Anne Dickensheets, Connie Fickel, Marsha Rightmyer,
Dale Ann Doubledee, Margaret Manuel, Deanna Ball.
OBOES - Nancy Ellmaker, Denise Turk. TROMBONES -
Doug Phillips, Vicky Bybee, Greg Ward, Clyde Henry, Mark
Truman's majorettes practice often for performances. LEFT TO RIGHT are Joann Keyton, Celia Seaton fhead
majorettej, Donna Fraizer, Paula Ries Qfeature twirlerj, and Carolyn Dixon.
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Rick Gold, Roger Comer, Michael Braun. BASSONS - PHONE - Linda Allen, Linda Raveill. ALTO CLARINET -
Kathy Stark, Cheri Hardy. FRENCH HORNS - Pat Heck- Linda McPhaiI. PERCUSSION - Brent Constance, Gary
mann, David Ralston, Steve Solomon, Kenneth Ward, Ter- Allen, Dennis Cramer, Janice Steele, Tom Deal, Sherrelyn
ry Charles. BASSES - Steve Amos, Dwight Carlson, Ches- Knight, Harold Himes. '
ter Hurshman, Dennis Hart. BASS CLARINET - Kathy
King. TENOR SAXOPHONES - Harry Workman, Don Mo- 55
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are a vital part.
Clarinet player, Mike Copenhaven, practices during sixth
ROW ONE - Patti Andes, Sherry Gunter, Becky Hart,
Sharon Robison, Doug Campbell, Jay Barksdale, Sheldon
Jones, Mike Carver. ROW TWO - Scheryl Coffel, Hope Hol-
Iaman, Steve Cox, Jim Kauffman, Mark Crowley, Ken
Adams, Gary Ganson, Michael Barb, Jim Brittain. ROW
THREE - Gharett Schaberg, Larry Voth, Mike Copenhav-
er, Mike Hicks, Mark Clariday, John Norman, Cliff Hunt-
sucker, Dennis DeLong, Norman Talbot.
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Sophomore band members learn breath control as a technique for
Practice prepares sophomores for Varsity Band
Many hours of practice prepare Sophomore band members for public concerts
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L String Quartet - Phil Mengel, Fred Pe-
ment, Nola Matthews, Ann Knoche.
Trumpet Trio - Ron Finke, Gary Love, Mike Manners
String Quartet - Rodney Rynearson, Kim Soper, Mary Anne Hoss. Missing - Monte Cotton.
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sheet music for his cue to begin playing.
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Band members provide music during an assembly.
A Cappella students find that pleasure accompanies sing-
ing. Melani Montes and Sue King practice for the Christ-
sing for perfection
Concerts, school assemblies, Pat Review
and school operettas provided several outlets
for Truman's a cappella to display its vocal
The main event was the Suburban Confer-
ence Choral Clinic held at Truman in Febru-
ary. It enabled choirs to listen to music from
other schools. Clinic in the afternoon and
concert in the evening provided these choirs
an opportunity to sing together. It also gave
these vocalists a chance to work with a college
director, Dr. Conan Castle, from Central Mis-
souri State College in Warrensburg. Schools
attending were Truman, Oak Park, Blue
Springs and Ruskin. Truman's a cappella at-
tended the district music contest at Warrens-
burg in the spring.
A cappella officers were Doug Phillips, presi-
dent, Steve Osiek, vice president, Kathy Horne,
Shiela Schauer, secretary-treasurer, Kathy
Mallett, accompanist. ln charge of pitch pipes
were Nancy Meserve and Siebert Quick. The
choir was under the direction of Mr. Elwood
ROW ONE - Terrie Sartwell, Barbara Smith, Kathy Willis,
Pam Leaf, Pam Miller, Kathy Mallett, Teresa Robinson,
ZoAnn McConchie, Joe Rice, Mark Comer, Walter Fergu-
son, Phil Mitchell, Charley Wilson. ROW TWO - Jody
Dean, Gayle Lynn, Marcy Weeks, Kathy Hanson, Donna
Keith, Nancy Meserve, Kathy Horne, Mike Carr, David
Leaf, Bill Balcom, Larry Martin, Gary Paris, Siebert Quick,
Don Waggoner. ROW THREE - Jean Zumwalt, Sue King,
Brenda Fizer, Melani Montes, Debby Friend, Cheryl
Timme, Pam Buttram, Jan Holliger, Donna Mueller, Jack
Alley, Jack Slade, Willis Barnett, Kaipo Simpson, Doug R.
Phillips, Chris Nave. ROW FOUR - Carol Clarke, Anne
Knoche, Sheila Schauer, Donna McMurray, Ranae King,
Christina Mulloy, Cathy Blackburn, Debbie Tittle, Linda
Mooney, Rexanne Carmean, Cynthia Davis, Kent Chappe-
low, Steve Green, Steve Osiek, David Shakespeare, Larry
Clarke, Clifford McCarty, Kevin Ham.
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into music origin
During the classroom period, Girl's Glee
Club and Girl's Choir learned the techniques
and the finer points of singing. They also stud-
ied how music was started in the different
countries and the various composers and their
Throughout the year these girls sang at var-
ious high school concerts, at the Thanksgiv-
ing, Christmas and the Easter Assemblies, and
also at the Pat Revue this spring.
Girl's Choir officers ths year were Kathy
Benson, president, Irene Talyor, vice presi-
dent, Cindy Lotridge, secretary, and Arl Lee
ROW ONE - Janet Calvert, Ginny Scherer, Bev Gibler,
Linda Slade, Kathy Ayers, Pam Hammons, Diane Schon-
feldt, Carol Dunham, Cindy Lotridge, Gale Presnell. ROW
TWO - Dianna Ball, Stephanie Hackett, Diana Trimble,
Alice Ballew, lrene Taylor, Julie Perry, Kay Taylor, Sondra
Kelley, ArlLee Childs, Kathy Shore. ROW THREE - Linda
McMullen, Vicky Bybee, Glenda Lambert, Deloris Bay, Ter-
esa Slayton, Susi Smith, Ellen Richardson, Jackie Bryant,
Joanna Brooks, Mary Wilds. ROW FOUR - Shila Palms,
Euadene Moulder, Becky Elliot, Peggy Seloy, Kathy Ben-
son, Ronda Kelly, Susan Snedeger, Kathy Banning, Joyce
Henley, Patty Lindsey, Nancy Scott, Karen Spiers.
Visiting student teacher, Mrs. Goetze,
practices music with members of
Girl's Glee Club.
ROW ONE - Mary Zaner, Carolyn Truitt, Beverly
White, Valarie Collins, Brenda Barlow, Sharon
Cunningham. ROW TWO - Beverly Tuck, Raye
Kauflman, Judy Dorland, Barbara Stanley, Shar-
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ronnie Johnson, David Fizer, Dean Daughtrey Charles Johnson
Larry Kemper, Steve Coffel, Carl Bogue.
on Leeper, Judy Burton, Renee Dent. ROW
THREE - Boni Bergman, Mary Jane Gouge, Mar-
ilyn Truitt, Teresa Davis, Margaret Land, Mona
Miranda, Helen King.
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Cathy Blackburn, Pam Miller, Steve Osiek, Jack Alley, Lar
ry Martin, Doug R. Phillips, Chris Nave, Siebert Quick
ROW TWO - Carol Clarke, Sheila Schauer, Donna Mc
Murray, Debbie Tittle, Nancy Meserve, Jan Holliger, Kent
Chappelow, Bill Balcom, Mike Carr, Kaipo Simpson, Kevin
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erve, Terry Sartwell, Kathy Horne, Jean Zumwalt, Sheila
Schauer. ROW TWO - Mike Carr, Jack Alley, Steve Osiek,
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Select choirs sing
Sixteen selected students performed for
Truman's student body throughout the school
year as well as organizational functions. Spon-
sor, Mr. Elwood Brown, selected this choice
group known as Madrigals for their worthiness
and capability of representing THS.
Madrigal Choir practiced every Tuesday
night and performed in Truman's assemblies
with the assistance of Chamber Choir, also
directed by Mr. Brown. Chamber Choir, pre-
pared to sing any type of music, performed
when a smaller group than A Cappella was
Cathy Coffman prepares to ping-pong the ball.
Relays with a volleyball en-
hance agility and mobility.
Broadjumping is one of seven phases of the physical fit-
P.E. classes strive
for better agility
Physical proficiency was taught through a
more strenuous program in this year's physi-
cal education classes. Both girls and boys P.E.
classes strived to develop better coordination
along with football, basketball, baseball and
Again this year, improvements were made in
both facilities and activities. Installed, as an
addition to the girls exercise room, were chin-
ning bars and an overhead ladder.
Students learn driving skills behind wheel
Developing safe drivers was the aim of Tru-
man's driver education program. The semes-
ter course started in the classroom where stu-
dents learned the various rules and regula-
tions of driving, along with basics concerning
the automotive machinery itself.
Driving 1968 Plymouth Satelites, the stu-
dents practiced a variety of practical skills.
Changing a tire, parking and learning to drive
in city traffic and on the freeway were a few of
the required tasks. Weekly tests were given
and films and filmstrips were frequently shown
to increase the knowledge of the learning
drivers to help prepare them for everyday
The value of a driver's training course has
been reflected in the discounts now being of-
fered by many insurance companies.
Drivers education course combines classroom
learning and behind the wheel experience.
During the semester, students spend six hours actually driving.
Business department offers trainin
Tabulation is a major part of Pam Leaf's secretarial practice
Truman High School's business department
offered students practical training in the busi-
ness world. The Cooperative Occupation Edu-
cation and Secretarial Office Occupations pro-
grams made it possible for seniors to partici-
pate in actual on-the-job training.
Students involved in COE were required to
spend one hour a day in the classroom learn-
ing the fundamentals of a business career.
SOO students practiced secretarial and cleri-
cal skills in the classroom two hours a day.
Commercial business classes were provided
for all interested students. Classes of typing,
bookkeeping, and shorthand gave students a
variation in subject choice.
Bookkeeping students gain business experience by accurate records.
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totals her practice set.
dents calculate large numbers.
Seniors, Patti Grimes and Pam Albertson type
various jobs for secretarial practice.
Adding machines help business stu-
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Feeding cattle constitutes only one chore required of the Drumm Farm boys.
After sufficient planning, Donna Dannels puts her pie in oven to bake.
part of Truman
Developing practical skills constituted the
major objectives of both the Home Economics
department and the Drumm Farm Institute.
Daily chores at Drumm Farm consisted of
cleaning the grounds plus grooming and feed-
ing livestock. Future Farmers of America of-
fered the boys further opportunity for deve-
loping these skills, while 4-H concentrated on
The home Economics classes at Truman
included training in essential fields of cooking,
child care and interior design. The girls
learned to economize on the meals they
cooked while retaining the nourishment need-
ed. They also studied efficient methods in
bathing, diapering and dressing an infant
through practice with dolls.
Catching 'George,' Randall Winkler checks the
growth of his 4-H project pig.
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Mellinger, Red Cross nurse, looks on.
Showing proper metals procedure is Mr. Charles White,
Holding the finished project, Mr. White explains final steps.
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Broadening students' knowledge of machi-
nery and basic manual skills were the funda-
mentals ofthe industrial arts department.
Metals, woodworking and drafting offered a
variety of opportunities to those interested in
Aided by the presence of several new ma-
chines, metals and woodworking classes con-
structed a wide display of projects. Vocational
machine shop utilized a new surface grinder
and drill press while woods students acquaint-
ed themselves with a newly acquired electric
welder and a wood shaper and surfacer.
The drafting department started a three-
hour vocational class for students who desire
drafting as a career. All classes were taught
the basic fundamentals of drawing, reading
and analyzing various drafting structures.
Each pupil was required to finish 50 projects
by the end of the year.
Utilizing the new wood shaping machine, Eldon Dilks maneuvers the crank to its proper position
Drafting symbols are carefully designed by Bill Worth.
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clear, logical thinking
As always, the math department at Truman
tried to establish a solid foundation in the art
of working with numbers.
ln the less advanced courses, terminal
math, algebra and geometry, students strived
for a more basic understanding which would
help them in a vocation and the demands of
Trigonometry and math analysis were class-
es for the academically minded students and
college preparatory courses.
Proving a geometric problem, Ann Lotridge uses the
blackboard to solve exercise.
A familiar sight to math stu-
dents, Mr. Norman Cox shows
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While contemporary issues class listens intently, Major Rogers Ieciures on Viet
Preparing for an upcoming test,
Dale Ann Doubledee takes notes
for World History.
locations,peopIe,events define social sciences
Many changes were made this year in the
Truman social science department. The major
change involved the appointment of Mr. John
Henderson as supervisor of social sciences for
the Independence secondary schools. Mr.
Henderson taught contemporary issues and
American history at Truman this year.
Other changes included the hiring of three
new teachersg Mrs. Jeanne Nauser, psycholo-
gyg Mrs. Susan Ploger, American historyg and
Miss Mary Klingner, world history.
In the midst of these changes the format of
the courses remained the same, and no
courses were added or dropped.
Scientific intricacies challenge THS students
Using a volumetric flask, Larry Mann measures the de-
sired amount of water for a chemistry experiment.
Emphasizing experiments and challenging
students in scientific fields were the aims of
Truman's science department.
General science was the less advanced field
where students began to learn about the bas-
ics of physics and chemistry.
Biology students studied the various types
of life and their requirements. Dissecting ani-
mals also added tothe interest of this class.
Lab work and individual study were major
parts of chemistry. Experiments and chemis-
try study helped students to better understand
the basics of this class.
Experiments in the various fields of electrici-
ty and atomic energy were among the subjects
studied in physics.
Participating in a physical science experiment
and Doug McGowain notate comparative weights.
Working on an involved chemistry
experiment, Ralph Lesh and Carl
Wildscheutz measure the amount
of methane in the plastic bag.
Structure of a unicellular protistan is only a part of study
in biology. Calvin Monroe prepares for an upcoming note-
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-Dotty Craig, secretary
Charles Cockerell, vice-president
Mike Whitehead, president
Lawrence Hjersted, treasurer
Annette Shirky, parliamentarian
endeavors to serve
Striving to serve the students, the Truman
Student Council continued its yearly sizable
contribution to school and community.
Using funds collected through Truman's
most successful dances ever, concession re-
ceipts, and Christmas and Valentine card ex-
change service, Stuco provided student lD
cards, Chatter-Matters and a major part of the
Student council also sponsored a hootenan-
ny, and all regularly scheduled assemblies and
elections, besides making spirit posters for all
games. To aid the community, Truman stu-
dents, through the Council, adopted 13 needy
families at Christmas.
President Mike Whitehead journeyed to
Camp Sheely, Colorado, to participate in a na-
tional student council convention. Officers
also attended the state conference last sum-
mer in Columbia.
Pat Heckmann, AFS chairman
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Debbie Harmon, Dance chairman Council members Steve Cofleland, Piper Wrigley
load a car with goodies for the Christmas pro
Preparing Chatter Matters for sale are members ofthe tinance committee. Shown are Chuck Burks, Don Mosier,
Debbie Tittle, Laurence Hjersted, Gary Soper, Jack Gilbertson and Steve Williams.
Council upholds student government
Dance committee members check out decorations to be ham, Jaf1iC9 Utterback, Debbie H6I'm0I1, Judy Hammett
used. Members are John Seidel, Janet Hedges, Susie Grin- Linda McMullen, Marcia Duckworth and Eugene Wrigley.
Discussing an upcoming assembly is the assembly committee. ROW ONE - Gary Jacobs, Jane Savage, Terri
Case, Rusty Ford, Larry Latimer, Charlie Cockerell, Steve Colfel, Jan Holliger.
through responsible committee work
Attaching newly-sold Bells for Peace is the AFS committee. ROW ONE - Scotty Hildebrand, Cindy
Johnson, Carol Sperry, Peter Brook, Bruno Gastal, Pat Heckmann. ROW TWO - Patti Grimes, Dave
Bennett, Suzi Nell, Andy Bryant, Don Cain.
Student Council Committees keep busy
Members of the activities committee spend one night a Phillips, Laura Reneau, Jean Lewis, Barry York, ZoAnn
week making and putting up posters advertising upcom- McConchie, Reta McCrary, Dotty Craig, and Jewell
ing athletic events. Workers are John Courtney, Belinda Holmes.
Election committee members tabulate the ballots for Homecoming Queen. Diana Berry, Marsha
VanKirk, Debbie Nagel, Annette Shirkey, Mike Downard, John Skouse, Rick Gold.
Supervising the Christmas stockings, officers Bob Cole
Debbie Parker prepare to have them sent out.
ROW ONE - Gayle Lynn, Kathy Ayers, Sue Hoover, Pam
Gordon, Margie Gearhart, Pam Leaf, Sharon Brewer, Edra
Coflel, Shirlene Culver, Julie Perry, Peggy Thorne. ROW
TWO - Paula Behee, Patty Brittain, Kathy Burlingame,
Diana Berry, Susan Grinham, Debbie Parker, Cecilia Fain,
Virginia Akers, Cynthia Davis, Donna Mueller, Ginger
White, Wendy Hodges. ROW THREE - Mark Prout, Mike
Active Red Cross
Filling Cristmas stockings for veterans ac
counted for the major project of Truman's
Active Red Cross chapter. Other projects con
sisted of visiting nursing homes, helping nee
dy families, and the United Fund Drive.
Home rooms chose representatives for Red
Cross at the beginning of the year. Monthly
meetings were open to anyone interested in
attending and helping the organization.
Officers for the 1967 - 1968 school year
were Bob Cole, president, Kathy Cofl man, vice
president, Susan Grinham secretaryg Patty
Brittain, treasurer, Kathy Burlingame, parli
mentariang and Debbie Parker, reporter.
Jacobs, Bob Cole, Mike Craig Phillip Collel, Paula Gates,
Diane Leighton-Floyd, Nancy Scott, Debbie Browning,
Gretchen Staley, Kathy Smith, Debby Kesner, Sharon
Hoover. ROW FOUR - Ralph Lesh, Kent Price, Ron Link,
John Dennis, Jerry Hughes, Brent Williams, Kathy Mor-
gan, Ann Herbst, Alice Wagner, Carol Clarke, Anne
Knoche, Carolyn Masters, Barbara Reiff.
Chess Club moves
forward with play
Pawns, rooks, kings, queens, knights and
bishops - these were familiar objects to the
Truman Chess Club members. While some
members learned the fundamentals of the
game, the others employed their chess knowl-
edge in actual games.
An elimination tournament in which the
members competed against one another high-
lighted the year of this club.
Officers of the Chess Club this year were
Dennis Bloomquist, president, Eric Hershey,
vice president, Pam Simpson, secretary, John
Francis, treasurer, Gary Jacobs, sergeant-at-
Checkmating the red queen, Gary Richey and Charles Premoe
"battle" after school.
ROW ONE - Miss Linda Nagle, Mike Hiller, Steve Noll, Primoe. ROW THREE - Jerry Groom, Gary Holland,
Cindy Everhart, Gail Newman, Pam Simpson, Becky Hart. Chuck Pope, Bob Hedges, Dennis Moore, Bill Hiller, John
ROW TWO A Richard Colston, Dan Rice, Walter Ferguson, Seidel. Greg Booth, Russell Rose, Raleigh Woods, Terry
Dennis Bloomquist, Gary Jacobs, Eric Hershey, Charles Brunson,SteveCol1eI, John Francis, Ted Morgan.
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ROW ONE - Bill Worth, Joe Laxson, Gary Allen, Marty Talcot, Eddie Duncan, Charles Cockerell, Steve Brown, Peter Brook,
Bruce Lowe. ROW TWO W Sam Brock, Mack Carlisle, Mike Whitehead, Glenn Fickel, Bob Cole, Brad Crowley, Dave Ralston,
John Ackerman, Rob Sturges, Lawrence Hjersted, Charles Laxson. ROW THREE - Steve Cable, Dick Smith, Dan Geivett,
Rick Mangels, Cliff Castle, Rick Gold, John Dennis, Charles Conrad. ROW FOUR - Nick Binninger, Dave Talcot, Dennis
Smith, Don Cain, Phil Basler, Don Mosier, Steve Brandt, James Hall, Dave Bennett, Richard Cockerell, Mike Porter.
Interact Club response with service
Interact Club continued in its tradition of
school and community service. Sponsored by
the Independence Rotary Club, this select
group of junior and senior boys undertook
projects and responsibilities in an effort to
build individual character, integrity and com-
During the year, members contributed time,
money and abilities to benefit club activities.
During the Christmas season, canned hams
were distributed to needy families. In addition
to a contribution to the AFS fund-raising drive,
Interact financed telephone calls home for the
Truman exchange students fPeter Brook of
New Zealand and Bruno Gastal of France, both
honorary members of the clubj. Continuation
of a tree-growing project along with helping at
the polls on election days marked service to
Innovations this year included hostesses at
the formal evening meetings and a winning
entry in the annual Kiddie Kar Kontest.
Officers for the 1967-68 year were Dave
Bennett, president, John Dennis, vice-presi-
dentg Bill Worth, secretary, Don Cain, treasur-
erg and Glenn Fickel, parliamentarian. Execu-
tive board members were Bradd Crowley, Bob
Cole, and Randy Cole. Sponsoring Interact was
Mr. Jerry Moore, vice-principal.
Counting Travellog profits, Dave Talcot, Bob Cole and
Cain learn the fruits of their service.
ROW ONE - Mr. Floyd Hubble lsponsorj, Renee Dent, Sue
Satimer, Becky Hart, Sherry Gunter, Paulette Peterson,
Janice Utterback, Susie Paxton, Carol Sperry, Mrs. Susan
Ploger lsponsorj. ROW TWO - Sue Hoover, Scheryl Coflel,
Teresa Warner, Patty Brittain, Debi Brown, Nancy Horne,
Lani Berry, Barbara Smith, Donna Shemwell. ROW THREE
- Janet Calvert, Debbie Nagel, Linda Slade, Renee Cox,
Hope Hollaman, Jan Holliger, Dana Schondelmerer, Bar-
bie Smith, Gaye Hardy. ROW FOUR - Debbie Burns, Kathy
Dennis, Cindy Kuhn, Mary Goodyear, Lloyd Hawkins, Lon
Mason, Sammy Brock, Steve Noll, Eric Slayton.
FTA members make work much easier for teachers like Mr. Al Schrik, who takes time to record student markings.
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ROW ONE - Terrie Sartwell, Thea Pyper, Terri Levitt, Ka-
thy Casey, Carole McCarter, Vicki Sanders, Kathy Huff-
man, Donna Keith, Gail Hickam, Jewell Holmes, Jane
Bennett, Jean Bennett, Mrs. Mary Jane Ogle fsponsorj.
Cathy Blackburn, Paula Waterworth, Bobbie Vickers, Pam
Simpson, Sandi Novak, Paula Ries, Susan Alsup, Claudia
Richardson, Cheryl Salter, Diana Berry, Marsha Van Kirk.
aid faculty, students
Attending the district teacher's meeting in
Warrensburg, heading a speed-reading pro-
gram, giving recognition to teachers, during
Honor Teachers Week, and spending a day
working with a teacher and class in the Inde-
pendence School System are just a few of the
many projects that Truman's Future Teachers
participated in during the 1967 - 1968 school
The Service Corps was another project
which enabled FTA members to gain hours
through helping teachers by running errands
and doing various other jobs during their
study hall hours.
Five members attended the leadership
conference held in Columbia. Jan Holliger was
elected treasurer of the Missouri State Future
Teachers at this workshop.
Truman's F.T.A. hosted a workshop for area
schools with the theme of the workshop,
"Steps to Teaching."
Ollicers of Future Teachers during the 67-68
school year were Paula Ries, president, Lani
Berry, vice president, Marsha Van Kirk, secre-
taryg Lon Mason, treasurer, Sandi Novak, parli-
mentariang and Jewel Holmes, reporter.
ROW THREE - Linda Roberts, Jan Dill, Sherri Norman,
Debby Kesner, Sherry Rice, Pam Thomas, Joyce Henley,
Sandy Reed, Linda Smith, Kathy Hanson, Dorothy Den-
ham, Sharon Steele. ROW FOUR - Jan Hursig, Chris Hall,
Carol Nance, Vicki Skinner, Joyce Rabon, Terri Evers,
Diane Brune, Peggy Shineman, Phil Setchfield, Lynn Wil-
kinson, Janet Van Kirk, Alice Wagener, Becky Elliott.
As part of her responsibility for FTA, Sherry Rice puts together
Achievement of Forensic League awards depends on accu-
mulated points. Pam Gordon and Carol Sperry ftop rightj
record novice debaters' points from the Shawnee Mission
tournament. These are sent to national headquarters for
Designed to enhance the debate program,
the National Forensic League provided the
ground rules for speech and debate contests
which enabled students to collect points for
four honored degrees.
Degrees of Merit, Honor, Excellence and Dis-
tinction were awarded respectively for an ac-
cumulation ofa certain amount of points. Par-
ticipants in the contests attained points in a
variety of categories, such as drama, radio
speaking and extemporaneous speaking.
Oliicers of the Truman chapter worked
closely with Mr. Larry Whisler in promoting
their interest in speech.
ROW ONE - Carol Sperry, Madeline Fuchs, Kathy Stark,
Pam Gordon, Linda Raveill, Jan Pearson, Donna Frazier,
Judy Mastin. ROW TWO - Donna Pritchard, Chris Wester-
gard, Sandi Novak, Philip Mengel, Cindy Walters, Marsha
Righmyer, Dotty Craig, Ginger White. ROW THREE - Larry
Towbridge, Dave Hines, Kent Sincox, Phil Pardy, Dan Rice,
Steve Harris, Mike Whitehead, Kathy Smith. ROW FOUR -
Mike W. Manners, John Green, Don Butler, Kim Soper,
Mike Pement, John Brown, Charles Conrad, Philip Setch-
iield, Lynn Wilkinson.
ROW ONE - Jean Zumwalt, Sue King, Kathy Horne, Pam
Miller, Nancy Merserve, Donna Mueller, Pater Brook, Mrs.
Juda Schell. ROW TWO - Debbie Nagel, Jacki Thompson,
Carol Warren, Linda Allen, Susan Dent, Chris Smalley,
John Seidel. ROW THREE - Marsha Rice, Sheila Schauer
William Michel, Sandi Novak, Terri Huflman, Bruce Carr
Thespians concentrate on expression
Producing all dramatic presentations for
the school year 1967-68 occupied members of
Thespians, sponsored by Mrs. Juda Schell.
The One-Acts, an annual production, was
the first project for the organization.
Preparation for this and all plays required the
appointment of costumes, lighting crews,
complete backstage crews, help with make-up
and publicity management.
"Gray Bread" was Thespians' contribution
to the One-Acts. A member of this cast, Carol
Warren, was named "Best Actress" for her
part in the play.
The all-school play held every spring was
also backed by the Truman chapter. Students
participated in the production of "Harvey" by
Three officers of Thespians, Pam Miller, vice-president, Jacki
Thompson, treasurer and Sheila Schauer, secretary, read
parts to "Jacob Comes Home." President Carol Warren fnot
picturedj was named Best Actress for her part in "Gray
LAS profits through contemporaries
President of Literary Arts Seminar, Don Moiser, displays the
new L.A.S. sweatshirts.
Razor's Edge, Raise High the Roof Beam
Carpenters, Dr. Zhivago - informal discus-
sions evolved around these novels plus a play,
Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe, and Selected
Poems by Robert Frost during the monthly
meetings of Truman's Literary Arts Seminar.
The major activity of LAS this year involved
the annual publication ofTruman's Image.
Contributions for this literary magazine were
selected from among the best entries in the
Image contest of which all Trumanites were
encouraged to enter their own literary crea-
Officers of LAS this year were Don Mosier,
presidentg Shari Meyers, vice president, Pam
Beavers, secretary, Mary Hininger, treasurer,
Wendy Hodges, reporter, Mr. Kingdon Ander-
son, sponsorg and Mrs. Pallas Cockefair, co-
In order to obtain membership into this
club, interested students with at least an "S"
average took both a written and oral examina-
ROW ONE - Kay Constance, Celia Seaton, Mary Hininger,
Shari Myers, Lani Berry, Wendy Hodges, Mr. Kingdon An-
derson lSponsorl. ROW TWO - Mrs. Pallas Cockefair 1Co-
sponsorj, Pat Heckmann, Pam Beavers, Carolyn Hoss,
Gail Newman, Cindy Everhart, Cheryl Dunkel. ROW THREE
- Chris McLain, Ted Morgan, Lance Powell, Terri Huff-
man, Lawrence Hjersted, Linda Allen, Diane Brune. ROW
FOUR - Doug Cummins, Andy West, Steve Brandt, Don
Mosier, Dave Bennett, Bob Cole, Nola Matthews.
ROW ONE - Denise Clinton, Donna Lamble, Kathy Cline. ROW TWO - Judi McFadden, Wendy Hodges, Margaret DeCamp, Pat
ty Heckman. ROW THREE - Don Cain, Phil Basler, Nick Binninger, Bob Cole.
Quill and Scroll
Truman's chapter of Quill and
Scroll, an international honorary so-
ciety for high school journalists, made
an effort to observe in action all phas-
as of professional communication
during the year.
Tours were made of the Kansas City
Star, the American Yearbook plant in
Topeka, Kansas, and a local radio and
Requirements for entering Quill and
Scroll, which was organized originally
by Dr. George Gallup, founder ofthe
Gallup Poll, included class ranking in
the upper one-fourth, recommenda-
tion by the publications advisor, coun-
selor and principal, and finally, accept-
ance by the national secretary.
Officers for the year were Don Cain,
president, Pat Heckmann, vice-presi-
dentg Kathy Cline, secretary, Wendy
Hodges, historian. Quill and Scroll was
sponsored by Mr. Ron Clemons, publi-
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Looking over the agenda for their future trip to Topeka Mr. Ron Clem-
mons, sponsor, talks with the officers.
Don Cain conducts a discussion on the tutoring service during a NHS meeting.
National Honor Society members Pat Heckmann, Gary Young and Wendy Hodges represented Tru-
man on the categories' quiz program.
National Honor Society offers tutoring aid
By offering a tutoring service for interested
students who might have missed out on fun-
damentals, the National Honor Society at-
tempted to aid the student body. Private ses-
sions as well as group classes were conducted
in various subjects.
NHS members were chosen through a pro-
gram earmarked by four characteristics: lead-
ership, scholarship, character and service.
Originally, only the top five per cent of the
senior class were involved. Then, in the spring,
the second five per cent along with the top five
per cent of the junior class were inducted at a
Officers were Don Cain, president, Andy
Bryant, vice-president, Nola Matthews, secre-
tary, and Glenn Fickel, treasurer. Sponsor was
Mr. Bill Moyer.
ROW ONE - Phyllis Butcher, Linda Hedeen, Sue Huffman,
Lani Berry, Kathy Cline, Paula Reis. ROW TWO - Linda
Baker, Dotty Craig, Pat Heckmann, Karen Spiers, Debby
Kesner, Wendy Hodges. ROW THREE - Denise Clinton, Nola
NHS tutor Kathy Cline helps a distressed English student.
Matthews, Mike Whitehead, Larry Findley, Charles Cocker-
ell, Laurence Hjersted, Curtis Klick. ROW FOUR - Gary
Young, Don Cain, Kirk McClure, Gaylord Browne, Andy
Bryant, Dave Shannon, Glenn Fickel.
ROW ONE - Roselee Cox fsponsorj, Patty Cain, Cheryln
Warner, Marta Duckworth, Charlie Laxson, Debbie Parker,
Louis Braley fsponsorl. ROW TWO - Gary Johnson, Deb-
Art Club captures
Kiddie Kar prize
Pennants, sweatshirts and field trips monopolized
the time of National Art Honor Society members.
Pennants advertizing the Truman Patriots in blue,
red and white were printed by members and sold dur-
ing football season. Senior sweatshirts bearing the
year of graduation were sold and distributed in Janu-
ary. Art exhibits at the Nelson Art Gallery and the
Country Club Plaza offered NAHS members a chance
to see work of professional artists.
"Even Cleopatra Couldn't Love a Bear" captured
first place in Truman's annaual Kiddie Kar Kontest for
The semi-formal NAHS initiation during the first
week of May, provided both a contest and initiation
combined. As required, members and prospective
members submitted ten projects for display and judg-
Officers of National Art Honor Society this year were
Debbie Harmon, president, Marta Duckworth, vice
president, Carolyn Hoss, recording secretary, Ann
Herbst, corresponding secretary, Gary Jacobs, treas-
urerg Patti Cain, reporter-historian-parliamentarian.
Sponsors were Miss Rosalee Cox and Mr. Louis Braley.
bie Harmon, Danny Bergman, Debi Brown, Donna Lamble,
Carolyn Hoss. ROW THREE - Eric Hershey, Gary Jacobs,
Phil Basler, Den Bloomquist, Barbara Reill, Ann Herbst.
ROW ONE - Pat Heckmann, Sue King, Kathy Mallett, Nancy Merserve. ROW TWO - Jean Zumwaet, Anne Knoche, Doug Phil
lips, Steve Amos. ROW THREE - Nola Matthews, David Ralston, Don Mosier, Gary Allen.
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To be eligible for the National
Society of Modern Music Masters,
a student must receive a I rating at
Warrensburg and then receive a I
or ll rating at state.
Supporting musical activities,
meeting with other chapters, or-
ganizing their own music clinics,
and honoring their own outstand-
ing members at their monthly
meeting are just a few projects of
The last meeting of the year is
involved with initiation of new
members and installation of new
Once a student is initiated into
this society, his membership is
lifetime. After graduation they
continue to receive the national
Sponsors for the 1967-68 school
year were Mr. Donald Welborn and
Mr. Elwood Brown.
Tri-M member Doug Phillips leadstbe pep
band in assemblies pep rallies and home
Pep Club sponsors Tupperware sale,
bake sale and annual Spring Banquet
Yell Leaders for the 1967-68 school year are: Kathy Staf-
ford, Ann Herbst, Marta Duckworth, Marsha VanKirk, Ka-
thy Cline, and Debbie Baker.
ROW ONE - Kathy Cline, Pam Hammons, Cindy Walters,
Cathy Coffman, Jane Savage, Kathie Alexander, Margaret
Manuel, Vicy Bybee, Ginger White, Fonda Smith, Paula
Ries, Kathy Huffman, Lizzie Diaz, Debbie Reagan, Cindy
Leibold, Kay Constance, Lana Hanssen, Nancy Simpson,
Dana Schondelmeyer, Janice Seaver, Carol Sperry, Judy
Hammett, Edra Coffell, Shirlene Culver, Patty Antle, Susan
Grihnam, Diana Wilmoth, Sue Huffman, Vicki Sanders,
Paulette Peterson, Marsha Beth, Celia Seaton, Debbie
Baker. ROW TWO - Ann Herbst, Julie Perry, Carol Snow-
Getting an early start in money-raising pro-
jects, Pep Club held a rummage and bake sale
during the summer. Later on, they sponsored
a Tupperware sale. The money from these
sales paid for the rabbit feet given to the var-
sity squads and helped pay for the busses to
Another project of Pep Club was the pur-
chasing of large pennants of the Surburban
Eight Conference schools to be displayed in
Altering the usual format of four yell lead-
ers, the officers elected six with two alternates.
This was necessary due to the increased num-
ber of Pep Club members.
The annual Pep Club Banquet was held in
April and all old members were invited along
with the newly elected members. A picnic in
May brought an end to all activities and pro-
jects of the 1967-68 school year.
Officers were Mary Hininger, president, Deb-
bie Calocich, vice president, Paula Ries, secre-
tary, Debbie Nagel, treasurer, Suzi Neff, re-
porter, and Paulette Peterson, parliamentari-
den, Susi Smith, Laura Reneau, Nancy Drokstrom, Sue
Hoover, Sue Latimer, Ann Lotridge, Connie Wodds, Ruth
Chitwood, Karen Wilson, Nancy Horne, Annette Shirky,
Doris Negaard, Pam Gordon, Becky Smithson, Marcy
Weeks, ZoAnn McConchie, Jan Holliger, Janelle Woods,
Anne Frost, Nancy Anderson, Patti Andes, Diana Berry,
Wendy Hodges, Lani Berry, Janice Utterback, Pati Reagan,
Mary Hinninger, Dotty Craig, Debbie Harmon, Kay Taylor.
ROW THREE - Kathy Stafford, Susie Baldus, Pam Simp-
son, Bobbie Vickers, Paula Behee, Paula Gates, Janet Dan-
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Displaying their pom pon routine, the cheerleaders led Pep Club in yells.
iel, Gretchen Staley, Marsha Rightmyer, Madge Baldwin,
Paula Wingate, Gale Presnell, Sandy Reed, Linda Morris,
Donna Lamble, Janice Cascairo, Linda Arnone, Paulette
Powell, Crystal Borgman, Patricia Koury, Sharon Steele,
Kaghy Hanson, Barbara Pichford, Donna Howland, La-
Vonne Ball, Sharon Hoover, Donna Mueller, Debbie Calov-
ich, Debby Parker, Lynn Dixon, Nancy Meserve, Lynn
Dyer, Deanna Ball, Irene Taylor, Alice Wagener, Marsha
Van Kirk. ROW FOUR - Cheri Hardy, Ranae King, Marilyn
Corlett, Diane Brune, Kathy Dennis, Patty Brittain, Kathy
Burlingame, Suzi Neff, Patty Binninger, Terri Evers, Cindy
Kuhn, Nancy Lesh, Sherry Johnson, Linda Tittle, Marsha
Rice, Pat Calvert, Belinda Phillips, Janis Bandlaw, Linda
Smith, Reta McCrarey, Janet Weller, Michelle Harris, Dev-
vie Burns, Mary Kuklenski, Debbie Whiting, Devvie Nagel,
Kathy Sullivan, Ricki Homan, Regina Krism, Linda Keel-
ing, Linda McMullen, Marce Duckworth, Barbara Rietl,
Cheryl Fann, Karen Roberts.
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ROW ONE - Coach Bob Felling, Lonnie Price, Jack Alley,
Mike Carver, Eddie Harris, Marty Talcott, .lim Handley,
Bruce Lowe, Don Allinder, Lance Powell, Coach Clay
Snowden. ROW TWO - Gary Allen, Gary Jacobs, Dennis
Bloomquist, Doug Barnes, Jim Armilio, Charlie Cockerell,
Terry Bass, Randy Rice, Steve Staley. ROW THREE - Ron
Bridges, Steve Williams, Jim Zellmer, David Staves, Kent
Sincox, Alan Kelley, Bill Allinder, Larry Kemper, John Sei-
del, Dave Bennett. ROW FOUR - Russell Rose, Greg Rode-
kopf, Bill Micheals, John Wilkinson, Phil Basler, Gary Val-
Ieau, Calvin Monroe, Dan Geivett, Richard White, Gaylord
Browne, Tom Wright.
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During Spirit Week, pep club fans of letterman John Wilkinson
show their admiration.
Wherever Don Allinder goes, he proudly displays his Truman let-
Students obtained membership into PATS
Club and Lettermen's Club based on their ath-
PATS Club members, chosen for their ability
to play volleyball, were first judged by the old
members and then by coaches and physical
education teachers. The girls practiced at reg-
ular weekly meetings in preparation for the
Sports Day they sponsored in February.
Boys in Lettermen's Club needed to letter in
any sport at Truman. This club sponsored the
annual Lettermen vs. Faculty Game which was
followed by a game between the Booster Club
and WHB dis jockeys.
Officers of PATS this year were Kathy Staf-
ford, president, Kathy Horne, vice president,
Sandy Reed, secretary-treasurer, Debbie
Brown, social chairman.
Lettermen Club officers this year were Char-
lie Cockrelle, president, Dave Bennett, vice
president, Phil Basler, secretary, Gary Allen,
treasurer, Jim Handley, sargeant-at-arms.
During volleyball practice, Debbie Burns follows-through on a
ROW ONE - Marsha Beth, Nancy Horne, Debi Brown,
Sandy Reed, Barbera Pitchford, Kathy Horne, Patti Re-
agan, Barbera McBride fsponsorj. ROW TWO - Madeline
Fuchs, Linda Keeling, Sherry Rose, Sheila Humphrey,
Carol Day, Marce Duckworth, Marta Duckworth, Kathy
Stafford. ROW THREE - Sharon Hoover, Patty Binninger,
Suzi Nefl, Debbie Burns, Frances Sedge, Mary Ragland,
Karen Roberts, Tanya Hamilton.
Future Farmers, Ho
ROW ONE - Jean Lewis, Wanda Wilson, Irene Taylor, Car-
ol Hollaman, Janet Nash, Janet Hedges, Cindy Lotridge,
Diana Wilmoth. ROW TWO - Sharon Brewer, Rhonda Kel-
ly, Linda Miller, Linda Dutcher, Lynn Dixon, Donna Dan-
iels, Janice Myers, Lauetta Squires, Mary McCleery, Mrs.
Mary Robinson. ROW THREE - Twila Milleson, Carol
Mrs. Sue Ridings, sponsor, goes over child projects with mem-
bers Bobbi Vickers, Pam Ferron and Connie Camerlynck.
Escorting her guest at the kiddie-party, Pam Buttram shows
her to the various games.
memakers of America
Nance, Kay Lotspeich, Pam Simpson, Bobbie Vickers,
Steele, Bonnie Larson, Kay Fletcher. ROW FOUR K
Camerlynck, Sheila Schauer, Pat Calvert, Pam
, Pam Buttram, Sherri Norman, Susie Beltz, Joyce
Claudia Richardson, Jan Dill.
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ROW ONE - Bill Balcom, Walter Ferguson, Micheal Hop- Kennedy, David Meadors, Mickey Chandler. ROW THREE
kinson, Tim Elder, Randall Winkler, Joe Rice. ROW TWO - v Kerry Mitchell, Jim Payne, Ed Armstrong, John Czaj-
Warren Evans, Steve Matson, Carl Riley, Lee Snell, Bob kowski, Bob Jackson, Ron Rivera,George Heotis.
Through Future FarmersofAmerica
Future Farmers Lee Snell, Bob Jackson, and Kerry Mitchell learn about
livestock through observation.
and Future Homemakers of America,
Trumanites were given the opportunity
to apply practical knowledge garnered
from activities in home economics and
Members of FFA participated in contest
in which they competed in judging live-
stock, farm products and butchering.
Truman's FFA chapter hosted the Sub
District Barnwarming in March.
FHA sponsored Kiddies Day, which was
planned, constructed and supervised by
members, providing a party for small
children brought by girls in the club.
Money earned through concessions paid
for curtains in the sewing room.
FFA officers were Bill Taylor, president,
David Meadors, vice-president, Mike
Hodkibso, treasurer, Warren Evans, re-
porter, and Lee Snell, sentinel.
Officers for FHA were Kay Lotspeich,
president, Sharon Brewer, vice-president,
and Rhonda Kelley, secretary-treasurer.
ROW ONE - Mr. Dinsmore, sponsor, Janice Butcher, Paula Gates, Kay Fletcher, Becky Hart. ROW TWO - Eugene Bordelon
Hague Howey, Andy Bryant, Ralph Lesh, John Jeffries.
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Microscopes prove helpful in Science Club projects. Mr.
Jerry Dinsmore, Sponsor, focuses the microscope for
feature field trips
Field trips constituted the major activities of
Truman's 1967-68 Science Club and Junior
Engineering Technological Society.
Science Club visited James Weldon Labori-
tories, the Engewood Hobby Shop, and Mis-
souri Water Company
The IBM Computer Center in Kansas City
was the object of a Jets Club field trip, plus
trips to other area manufacturers dealing
in the field of engineering throughout the year.
Officers this year for Science Club were
Andy Bryant, president, John Jeffries, vice-
president, Paula Gates, secretary, Hague How-
ey, treasurer, and Ralph Lesh, historian Mr.
Jerry Dinsmore and Miss Nora Witthar were
Officers for the Jets Club this year were
Lawrence Hjersted, president, Marty Talcott,
vice-president, Bradd Cowley, secretary, and
Dick Smith, treasurer. Faculty sponsorsiwere
Mr. Norman Cox and Mr. James Bowman.
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Club meetings often spotlight guest speakers. Mr. Jim
Tempin entertains members at a regular meeting.
At regular meetings, Andy Bryant listens with inte
ROW ONE - Walter Ferguson, Michael Barb, Bill Haw- Williams, Richard Smith. ROW THREE - Andy Bryant,
thorne, Lawrence Hjersted, Marty Talcott, John Seidel, Doug Cummins, Greg Booth, Ralph Lesh, Ed Clemmons,
Norman Cox, sponsor. ROW TWO - Dennis Priedrich,
Mark Crowley, Bradd Crowley, Gharett Schaberg, Brent
Dennis Smith, Garland Nieweg.
First Club dance features "Classmen"
The first club-sponsored dance turned in to a
giant success for the French Club.
Featuring the Classmen, a national recording
group, the dance attracted over a thousand peo-
ple. Highlights were a multitude of strobe lights,
Campbell soup cans for candle holders, fluores-
cent strawberry alarm clock and yellow submar-
ines. A major portion of the funds went to the
Americans Abroad program.
Other activities during the year included a hay
ride, Christmas caroling and a banquet.
French Club officers for 1967-68 were Lani Ber-
ry, president, Lon Mason, vice president, Wendy
Hodges, and Kathy Burlingame, secretaries, Nan-
cy Meserve, treasurer, Dave Ralston and Dave
Haggard, activities chairmen, Don Mosier, parli-
Mrs. Goddjn was French Club sponsor forthe
A showcase for coming events and French Club accom-
plishments, the bulletin board for the "Cercle Francais"
informs members of activities. Jewell Holmes, senior
member, displays an announcement for a dance commit-
ROW ONE - Madeline Fuchs, Diana Wilmoth, Pete Brook,
Cheryl Dunkle, Cathy Coffman, ZoAnn McConchie, Carol
4 Snowden, Julie Perry. ROW TWO 3 Cindy Walters, Diana
if Berry, Marsha Van Kirk, Cecilia Fain, Sharon Steele, Kathy
ff? Hanson, Susi Smith, Janice Seaver. ROW THREE - Dana
Schondelmeyer, Janet Van Kirk, Susan Garnier, Steve
Osiek, Carol Clarke, Bruce Lowe, John Seidel, Belinda
Phillips. ROW FOUR - Lon Mason, Bruno Gastal, Steve
Brandt, Don Mosier, Kevin Ham, Bill Hawthorne, Marcy
Weeks, Nancy Simpson.
ROW ONE Kay Constance Mary Hlnmger Kathy Thom-
as, Sue Hoover, Sue Huffman, Nancy Meserve, Karen Wil-
son, Sue Latimer, Janice Utterback, Marsha Beth. ROW
TWO - Marilyn Corlett, Kathy Hancock, Kathy Burlin-
game, Sherry Johnson, Lynn Dixon, Donna Lamble, Lani
Berry, Wendy Hodges, Dan McCormick, Pam Beavers.
ROW THREE - Patty Heckmann, Kathy Cline, Linda Fish
er, Jewell Holmes, Regina Kresin, Janice Butcher, Paula
Gates, Carolyn Hoss, Doris Negaard, Stephanie Hackett.
ROW FOUR - Patty Brittain, Jan Hursig, Cindy Kuhn, Dan
Rice, Ken McPherson, Terry Shelton, David Haggard, Pat
Oliver, Renee Cox, Jeanne Chapman.
ROW ONE - Nancy Coy, Paula Waterworth, Linda Baker,
Linda Hedeen, Cathy Blackburn, Edra Coflel, Lizzie Diaz,
Janet Hedges, Pam Miller, Patty Antle, Lavina Pitts, Nancy
Horne. ROW TWO - Mary Clements, sponsor, John Olivar-
ez, Phyllis Butcher, Beverlee Gibler, Kathy Stark, Marta
Duckworth, Paula Behee, John Seidel, Bobbie Vickers,
Pam Simpson, Debi Brown, Debby Kesner, Susie Baldus.
ROW THREE - JoAnn Collins, Anne Frost, Diana Pennis-
after Spanish class
Participating in a field trip to Guadelupe
Center highlighted Spanish CIub's activities
during the 1967-68 school year. Other activi-
ties consisted of a hayride in the fall and a
Christmas party, also the club, along with Mrs
Mary Clements, sponsor, attended various
Projects which helped finance these trips
were dues, garage sales and concessions at
the football and basketball games.
The People-to People Program adopted by
the club helped send clothes and other house-
hold necessities to needy overseas families.
The meetings were held the first Thursday of
every month and besides the regular business
meeting the programs consisted of speakers
and slides on Mexico.
Officers were Linda Baker, president, Sherry
Norman, vice president, Linda Hedeen, secre-
tary, Debbie Kesner, treasurer, and Marce
ton, Marce Duckworth, Patty Binninger, Linda McMullen,
Barbara Pitchford, Suzi Nell, David Warner, Sherri Nor-
man, Ruth Chitwood, Bruce Lowe, Debbie Chiles. ROW
FOUR - William Michel, Larry Martin, Candy Conway,
Cheri Hardy, Diane Brune, Connie McNamara, Ken Scholl,
Rod Caldwell, Terry Brunson, Paggy Shineman, Janice
Burt, Judy Shelton, Mike Jacobs.
Three Spanish Club oflicers read over a letter from the People
to People Program. Linda Baker, Debbie Kesner and Linda
Hedeen prepare to present the idea to the club.
ROW ONE - Nancy Ellmaker, Patty Cain, Sue King, Linda
Mooney, Jackie Ferguson, Margie Gearhart, Pat Couch,
Kathy Lewis, Gaye Hardy, Sharon Richey, Cathy Branstet-
ter, Heidi Fritz McGinness fsponsorl. ROW TWO - David
Thomas, Ron Twente, Charles Novak, Terri Huffman,
Sandi Novak, Christy Mulloy, Leigh Anne Quint, Madge
Baldwin, Annette Patterson, Karen Spiers, Gail Hickam,
Alice Brizendine, Karen Strait, Jennifer Semran. ROW
THREE - Diane Leighton-Floyd, Forrest Liggett, Dennis
Hart, Gary Jacobs, Tom Pietzch, Steve Craven, Eric Her-
shey, Travis Martin, Marilyn Schneikart, Vicki Phillips,
Denice Blythe, Mary Wade. ROW FOUR - Kathy Morgan,
David Warner, Harry Workman, Russell Rose, John Fran-
cis, James Hall, Raleigh Parish, Dennis Moore, Dennis
Priedrich, Harold Bryant, Cheryl Gailand, Ellen Bethel,
German Club donates books, adopts
refugee orphans, sell Patriot hats
Selling Patriot hats to adopting Red Chinese
orphans numbered among the accomplish-
ments of Truman's German Club this year.
The members designed and made Patriot
hats, donated books written in German to the
school library and presented a German Festi-
In addition, German Club adopted two Red
Chinese refugee orphans and financially prov-
ided one year of education, room and board
for them. At Christmas, the club sent gifts to
all the orphans in the Taiwan orphanage plus
the gifts it sent some underprivileged children
The 1967-68 officers were John Francis,
president, Raleigh Parish, vice president,
Sandi Novak, secretary, Nancy Ellmaker,
treasurer, Christy Mulloy, historian.
Preparing for the parade of the annual 'Kiddie Kar Kon-
test,' German Club members arrange their entry.
As a part of her daily activities, Judy Hamilton, COE
student, works at the Noland Road Bank.
COE Club fills
Absent from the last two hours of every
school day, Truman's Cooperative Occupa-
tional Educational students found it nearly
impossible to participate in extra-curricular
activities, COE Club was designed to fill this
This year the club provided Christmas for a
Red Cross needy family and repaired toys
which went to children at Mercy Hospital. In
February, the members of the club attended a
contest in Warrensburg, and in March, they
attended the state contest in Columbia. An
employer-employee banquet in April contrib-
uted to the active year.
COE Club officers were Steve Anderson,
president, Dean Hale, vice president, Paula
Jones, secretary, Brenda Porter, treasurer,
John Maxtin, reporter, Linda Cornell, parli-
mentariang Mr. Larry Cook, sponsor.
ROW ONE - Doug Phillips, Dean Hale, Raymond Rast,
Steve Amos, Peter Bradford, Kerri Stephens, Lynda Weller,
Shirley Kemper, Debbie Kenley, Sherrelyn Glossip, Cathy
Cantwell, Linda Force, Brenda Rapp. ROW TWO - James
Welk, Glenda Heater, Judy Campbell, Janeece Buckner,
Jim Zellmer, Linda Cornell, Rick Liles, Pat Deyman, Sherri
Bradshaw, Natalie Hannoford, Paula Johnson, Jean Lewis.
ROW THREE - Jim Randolph, Larry Latimer, Ronnie Sha-
han, David Snedeger, Steve Anderson, Paula Jones, Jane
Farnsworth, Bill Nance, John Schonfildt, Phyllis Butcher,
Margaret Champ, Bob Chesley, Twila Milleson, Edna Was-
raven. ROW FOUR - Randy Heflin, Mike Blankenship,
John McCarty, Cary Bead, Mike Poe, John Maston, Stuart
Keller, Jerry Andes, Jim Huffman, Bob Finkin, David Re-
neau, Steve Izard, Judy Rabon, Janette Andrews.
Truman One-Acts finish with flourish
Being made up as an old lady, Carol Warren prepares for her
role. She was named "Best Actress."
"Golly, I keep forgetting that line!"
"Break a leg."
"Look at all those people!"
"Oh, my make-up is smeared!"
"Let's go over this scene one last time!"
"Get some more cold cream!"
"Thank goodness, this will be over tomorrow!"
"Gee, l'm scared!" .
Nervousness and excitement prevailed as
the dramatics students prepared for the pres-
entation of the Truman One-Acts. Rehearsal
went on for weeks until the final night when
odors of grease paint, unique costumes and
last-minute assurances created the seemingly
confused scene. But as the last curtain low-
ered, triumphant and proud smiles plastered
"You were terrific!"
"That wasn't so bad after all!"
"I was so nervous! . .. "
Grimacing to obtain the right effect, Donna Mueller applies the final touch.
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Miss Heritage 1968
Annette Shirky Sherry Hawkins
Senior Attendant Senior Attendant
Vicki Titus Michelle Harris
Junior Attendant Sophomore Attendant
Patronizing the Heritage Dance, Phil Basler and Ann Lo-
teridge dance to the music of the Fables.
'Babes in Toyland'
On December 16, 1967, Sharon Brewer, sen-
ior, was crowned the 1968 Miss Heritage.
Sharon reigned over 'Babes in ToyIand', the
theme for the fourth annual Christmas dance,
with twelve foot toys surrounding the gym.
Sharon and her attendants were escorted by
their fathers to the throne and then danced
the first dance with their escorts. Each girl was
presented with a long-stemmed rose as she
approached the throne decorated with large
stuffed lions and a back-drop of red and green.
Don Cain, editor of the Heritage, announced
the queen and her attendants: seniors Annette
Shirky and Sherry Hawkins, junior Vicki Titus
and sophomore Michelle Harris.
Couples entered the dance through a guard
house with a twelve foot toy soldier on each
side. A sixteen foot Christmas tree surrounded
by presents and decorated with lights high-
lighted the center of the floor.
The Fables provided music for the tradition-
al dance sponsored by the publications de-
Senior attendants, Annette Shirky and Sherry
Hawkins congratulate Sharon on her recent
Gathering around the new queen, friends congratulate Sharon Brewer.
Standing in line, Garett Schaberg and Randy Kassen wait at the re-
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Bill, Dotty snare Patriot spirit symbols
Patriotism abounding, Dotty Craig and Bill
Worth were elected as symbols of spirit.
Trumanites swarmed to the polls in support
of Dotty Craig during the annual Indepen-
dence Queen of Flowers Contest. Competing
against girls from other area schools, Dotty
swept to the fourth crown for Truman in as
many years as a tide of Patriots surged to vote.
Bill Worth emerged victorious over Don Mo-
sier and Gary Young in the balloting for 1968
Mr. School Spirit. Over the years, Bill was a
loyal and boisterous supporter of all sports
and club activities. After his nomination by the
Pep Club, fellow students chose him as a rep-
resentative of Patriot idealism.
Through Dotty Craig and Bill Worth, Truman
spirit, determination and loyalty were exempli-
Queen of Flowers
Mr. School Spirit
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Caked with mud and water, Charles Cockerell receives his new assignment from Coach Ken Johns
Assistant coach Clyde Kubli gains vital
information from a Truman spotter.
Truman ties for second in conference play
Sophomore halfback Alan Kelley picks up valuable
Pats prove strength
with decisive victories
Prior to the Raytown ball game, Charles Cockerell calcu-
lates future responsibility.
Wet with perspiration, Phil Basler sweeps his left end for another Truman touchdown.
Fighting for additional yards,
Alan Kelley twists away from a
Varsity competitors promote Truman spirit
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ROW ONE-Charles, Sincox, Armillio, Corum, Johnson
Duncan, Kramer, Norman, Harris Handley Laxson Mill
er, Kelley, Brewer, White. ROW TWO-Henry, Chappelow,
Hutchenson, Williams, Collel, Ballou, Tucker, Maus, Bar
nett, Felix, Hammond, Blcom, Rupe, Allen, Cockerell, Fell
ings. ROW TH REE-Micheals, Searcy, Bridges, Weber
Fann, Sword, Czakowski, Bass, Stanfield, Fulmer, Wiss
Oliver, Niccum, Johns. ROW FOUR-Basler, Smith, Rode
kopf, Wilkinson, Murphy, Cook, Wright, Valleau, King
Dyer, Rice, Nay, Riveria.
E 1 Head cheerleader Pat Cain presents Coaches Johns and Hobick with
Charles Cockerell, Dennis Smith, and Randy Rice close-in on an Oak
esc '-'A Park back.
Another Truman first exemplified the per-
formance of the Truman football squad. This
year, the Patriots sported their best season
ever by compiling a 5-5 record and finishing in
a tie for second in the conference.
The first two games proved disappointing as
the Truman gridsters were handed crushing
defeats by the Jefferson City Jays and the Cen-
But the tide turned as Truman stunned the
Raytown Bluejays for the first time in Patriot
history. Traveling to De La Salle, the fighting
Pats delt the Titans a striking upset which
evened the Truman record at 2 wins and 2
loses. Ruskin, however, ended the Patriot win-
ning streak by clinching a tight heartbreaker
played on Truman's home field. Truman then
won its first Homecoming game by rattling the
Northmen of Oak Park for another thrilling
upset. Then the Patriots rambled past North
Kansas City by an overwhelming margin.
Springfield Central added anotherloss to
the Patriot record. Next, through mud and
water ankle-deep, Raytown South edged out a
slim victory over Truman. But the Pats retal-
liated by blasting the William Chrisman Bears,
victory number five in Truman's first victo-
Truman's Mick Rupe, Tom Wright, John
Tucker and Phil Basler were chosen for the
independence Examiners All-Area Team. Also
representing the Patriots were Larry Brewer,
second teamg Alan Kelly and Dennis Smith,
Picked to the Suburban Eight AIl-Confer-
ence Team were Tucker, John Wilkinson and
Basler. Honorable mention went to Rupe,
Smith, Gordon Stanfield, Steve Williams and
Charles Cockerell. Phil Basler was selected by
the Independence Examiner as Back of the
Year. Tri-captains for the Patriot football
squad were Cockerell, Wilkinson and Basler.
Under the leadership of Coaches Laural Hob-
ick, Ken Johns and Robert Felling, Truman
marched to their most successful season.
Headed by Coach of the Year Laural Hoblck
Gary Allen Jim Armillio Jim Ballou
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Phil Basler Larry Brewer Ron Bridges
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Alan Kelley Joe Laxson Bill Michel
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Greg Rodekopf Randy Rice Mick Rupe
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Flowermen Joe Laxson, Dennis Smith, and Mick Rupe work on blocking positions.
Truman sports best season in football history
Gordon Stanlield Steve Sword
Gary Valleau John Wilkinson
Preparing for a future ball game are
Richard White, trainer, Terry Charles,
statisticiang and David Shakespear,
Mark McGuire, Larry Kemper, Clyde
Sliding through mud and water, Phil Basler attempts to intercept a Cardinal pass.
Truman .,... 0
Jeflerson City ..,,. .....
Raytown , . .
De La Salle . , .
Ruskin . . .
Oak Park . . .
Springfield ..,.. .....
Observant teammates await call for participation
Chrisman , . ,
Ruskin , . ,
Sophomores huddle at half to revamp strategy
Sophs, J.V. gain experience through action
ROW ONE-Kaull man, Halford, Bryan, Clossen, Ruofl, nedy, Bourne, Snowden. ROW THREE - Cauflman Moore
Miller, Sincox, Chandler, Baldwin, Fuller, Jones. ROW TWO Ochs, Nichols, Hopkins, Whitehead, King, Hatfield Barret
-Rice, Fitch, Webb, Leirman, Swift, Davis, Wagner. Ken-
Truman JV's drive into the Chrisman secondary
Truman. .. 6 Chrisman ,....,. A 27
Truman Center , , ,... 27
Truman Raytown .. . .. . . 72
Truman Ruskin M. . ,. 6
Oak Park , . .
Extending their congratulations on her recent crown-
ing, friends gather around Debi.
Debi reigns over
Amid the colors of orange and brown, the
1967 Football Homecoming Royalty reigned
over the theme of "Autumn Splendor." The
queen, Debi Calovich, was escorted to the field
by her father during halftime of the Truman-
Oak Park game.
Senior attendants were Annette Shirky and
Debbie Heckg juniors, Judy Hammett and Dia-
na Berry. Ditty King and Ann Lotridge were
Another first was ushered into Truman this
year by putting the traditional Homecoming
float in the bleachers. Plans for this float be-
gan several weeks prior to that night.
Amid the theme of "Autumn Splendor," the 1967 Homecoming Court reigns over the second half of the game.
All eyes turn toward Debbie Heck as the senior candidate for queen
arrives at the arches.
Coming through the traditional arches, Mr. Virgil Shirky escorts his daughter,
1967 Football Homecoming Queen
Debi Calovich reigns
at 'Autumn Splendor
Annette Shirky Debbie Heck
Senior Attendant Senior Attendant
Judy Hammett Diana Berry
Junior Attendant Junior Attendant
Ditty King Ann Lotridge
Sophomore Attendant Sophomore Attendant
Patriot harriers capture Suburban crown
Successive wins marked the best cross
country team Truman had seen in four years
of competition. After losing their second meet
of the season, the Patriots powered back to
capture eight straight victories and the Subur-
ban conference crown.
Sparked by Don Allinder, a fleet-footed sen-
ior, Truman's harriers led the Suburban Eight
with an impressive showing of sportsmanship
and determination. Following constant im-
provement, Don decisively shattered the old
school record of 10:54, and set a new two mile
time at 10:21.4. Aside from Allinder, all Tru-
man teammates performed with outstanding
Truman placed fourth at the Ruskin Invita-
tional and two weeks later scored high to take
first place in the conference meet. The Pa-
triots again displayed their power by claiming
the runner-up position in District competition
and 5th place in the final State meeting.
Truman's cross-country team clusters around Coach Bill Robinson as he tabulates tinal points.
Exhausted, Don Allinder recuper-
ates from his grueling run.
Junior varsity displays unblemished record
ROW ONE-Mike O'Hara, Lance Powell, Marty Talcot, Don trost, Mike Hodkinson, Gary Butcher, Bill Taylor, Steve
Allinder, Bill Allinder. ROW TWO-John Seidel, Archie Ga- Staley, Steve Matson, Coach Bill Robinson.
A Patriot runner finds com-
fort and relaxation under
near by shade tree.
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Powell prepares forthe start of
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Grandview ..,. . , .
Raytown .... , . .
Suburban Conference Meet ..... . .
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Truman . , , 22 Raytown South . , . 38
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Truman . . . 20 Oak Park , .. 39
State Meet ,,.........,.... ....
Lee's Summit ,,...
Fort Osage . .
Fort Osage .......
Intent on participation, Archie Gatrost
observes a rival.
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Lee's Summit .....
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Raytown ...4 . .
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Fort Osage .
Fort Osage .
Belton . . .
Belton , . .
Cheerleaders corral dual firsts
while rampaging through competition
Sweeping all first-place ribbons, the '67-'68
cheerleaders nailed down the Grand Champs
Award during a week spent at the Missouri Val-
ley Cheerleading Clinic.
Also during the summer, they vied with
twenty other schools at the Mall contest, spon-
sored by the Radio Station WHB, and captured
the top spot. As a result of this win, the cheer-
leaders recorded several broadcasts for WH B.
During basketball season the cheerleaders
gave a luncheon for the varsity squad before
the Raytown South game.
To finance activities, the cheerleaders held a
rummage sale and a bake sale which together
Cheerleaders this year were Patti Cain, head
cheerleader, Sue King, Cynthia Davis, seniors,
Debbie Brown and Vicki Titus, juniors, Ditty
King and Dale Ann Doubledee, sophomores.
Patti Cain, head cheerleader
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Truman Patriots stampede to crown
ABOVE: Showing the Patriots' jumping prowess
Gary Soper double-dunks during warm-up. LEFT
Stuffing an attempted reverse lay-up, Dave Ni
chols is in command of the action.
VARSITY - Lawrence Hjersted, Bradd Crowley, Andy Brandt, Dave Nichols, Gary Soper, Gaylord Browne, Gary
Bryant, John Wilkinson, Don Cain, Phil Basler, Steve
Young, Dave Bennett, Kneeling, Coach Clay Snowden.
Rampaging over foes, Pats sack titles
Battling back from a one-loss deficit, the
Truman Patriots bounced into their second
consecutive Suburban Eight conference co-
The season cracked open with the Pats rack-
ing up three quick victories over St. Pius X,
DeLaSaIle and Westport. Truman then moved
past Park Hill in the first round of the North
Kansas City Tournament. The Pats entered
into the championship game by upsetting
Rockhurst 69-59. But Raytown South handed
Truman its first defeat of the year, 63-52, in
Recovering from the loss, the Patriots
ripped Bishop Miege for another victory. Tru-
man then started conference play by blasting
Ruskin and Raytown.
The Lee's Summit tournament proved to a
repetition of the NKC bout. The Pats drove by
Grandview and Lee's Summit only to fall to
Rockhurst by two points in the championship
Traveling to North Kansas City, the Patriots
dealt the Hornets a jolting defeat. The follow-
ing night also proved victorious for the Pats as
they whipped cross-town William Chrisman
Disaster struck, however, when the Cardi-
nals of Raytown South rapped Truman for the
second time of the season. But regrouping
their forces, the Patriots rampaged past Oak
Park and Center to finish the first round of
The Patriot machine powered forward with
four more decisive wins over Ruskin, Raytown,
NKC and William Chrisman. With these victo-
ries, Truman carried an 18-3 mark against the
Kansas City Stars number one ranked team,
Raytown South. The game ended in an upset
as Truman humbled the Cards 53-50.
The Patriots needed to win their final two
conference games to nab a share of the title.
Oak Park and Center fell the following week,
leaving the Pats with their second co-champi-
Hosting the regional, top-seeded Truman
blasted Van Horn and William Chrisman to
earn the championship. The Patriots closed
out a 23-4 season with a loss to Southeast in
the first round of the state tournament.
Individual honors included the naming of
Phil Basler and Gaylord Browne to the All-Area
team. Team captain Dave Bennett and top
rebounder Dave Nichols were given honorable
67 St. Pius X
68 De LaSalle
North Kansas City Tournament
72 Park Hill
52 Raytown South
87 Bishop Meige
Lee's Summit Tournament
69 Lee's Summit
57 Wm. Chrisman
43 Raytown South
61 Oak Park
53 Raytown South
68 Oak Park
74 Van Horn
Caught in a pensive mood, Coach Clay Snowden watches his
Kamakazee squad member Don Cain, along with starters Dave
Bennett, John Wilkinson and Pahil Basler warm-up before the
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Struggling for possession, Gaylord Browne scrambles with Lee's Summit players.
Patriots produce powerful machine
De LaSalIe's Jay Williams and Tru-
man's Phil Basler light for loose ball. N'
Captain Dave Bennett evades defense for two points
Lettermen perpetuate Truman tradition
Truman's Dave Nichols snatches
Phil Basler, 6'3"
Dave Bennett, 6'
Steve Brandt, 6'5"
Gaylord Browne, 6'3"
Patriot roundballers await instructions from coach Clay Snowden.
Andy Bryant, 6'2"
Bradd Crowley, 6'
Ga ry Soper, 6'4"
Don Cain,6'2" Anticipating first quarter action is
Senior Dave Bennett.
Lawrence Hjersted, 5'11" David Nichols, 6'4"
John Wilkinson, 6'2" Gary Young, 6'1"
Fourth quarter tip-ofl finds Dan Cornelius at a disadvantage
Junior varsity explodes to 11-6 season
Hard driving Craig Jones pops over Raytown defender.
Truman St. Pius
Truman De LaSalle
Truman Bishop Miege
Truman Raytown South
Truman Oak Park
Truman Raytown South
Truman Oak Park
JUNIOR VARSITY - Rick Miller, Neal 0'Conner, John Dennis, Mike Downard, Jack Gilbertson, Ron Tonyan, Kent Price, Craig
Jones, Dan Cornelius, David Ralston, Bruce Schumakerg kneeling, Coach Bob McHenry.
Extending beyond his opponent, Jack Gilbertson
adds two more points.
Sophomores parade over conference
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foes to rack up 10-2 record
Truman Oak Park
Truman Oak Park
Bob Hopkins tests the defense of Mickey Wyss
ROW ONE - Don Bourne, Mark Crowley, Mick Wyss, Randy Noble, John Herbst, Kent Price Mike Hatfield Jack Gilbert
Kassen, Chuck Burks, Rick Miller, Larry Voth, Jim Kauff- son, Bob Hopkins, Ken Evans
man. ROW TWO - Coach Bob Scheele, Dan Cornelius, Gary
Agility, skill formulate Pats' success
Driving through three Raytown defenders, Phil Basler buckets another Truman score
Hustling past a Chrisman player, Dave Bennett and John Wilkinson gain posses-
sion ofthe ball.
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happily receives the news of her distinction.
Pink, white accent
Trees with pink blossoms, and a backdrop of
spring flowers accented the theme of the
1967-68 basketball homecoming, "Spring
Splendor." While the band played "Laura,"
Sandi Cookston, last year's queen, crowned
Debbie Harmon the 67-68 queen.
During halftime of the Tru man-Raytown
South game, Debbie and her two senior at-
tendants, Mary Hininger and Kay Lotspiech,
along with Judy Hammett and Dale Ann Doub-
ledee, their junior and sophomore attendants,
were escorted by their fathers to the court.
After the crowning, Debbie was presented
with a dozen carnations and chrysanthe-
mums, then escorted to her throne where she
and her attendants reigned over the victorious
second half of the game.
1968 Basketball Queen
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Working from the bottom, John Czajkowski maneuvers his opponent toward the mat.
Matmen typify Patriot determination
Diving for position, Charles Cockerell slams an opposing wrestler to the lloor
if Entangled in a predicament is Mike Carver.
Junior Randy Coil struggles to free himself
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ROW ONE - John Browning, Mike Carver, Bill Walker, Mike O'Hara, Randy Coil, Leonard Thompson, Tom Ryburn. ROW TWO:
Charles Cockerell, Mike Woods, Richard Cockerell, Namon Searcy, John Czajkowski, George Hutchison,Gordon Stanfield,
Coach Don Coffman.
Senior Charles Cockerell battles with Chrisman grappler
to gain advantage.
grasp dual thirds
Finishing the season with third place in both
the Center Invitational and District tourna-
ments highlighted Truman's wrestling season.
Overall, the Patriots posted a 4-8 record with
decisive victories coming against Ruskin, East,
Liberty and Hogan.
Truman hosted the Suburban Eight confer-
ence tournament, January 25-27. Charles
Cockerell and Randy Coil placed third and
fourth in their respective weight divisions.
Junior varsity grapplers developed a win-
ning margin with a result of 7 wins to 5 de-
feats. Sophomores finalized with a loss to Oak
Park and a tie with North Kansas City.
The Pats were coached this year for the first
time by Dr. Don Coffman, assisted by Mr. Ken
Truman 5 Center 42
Truman 20 Raytown 26
Truman 16 Wm. Chrisman 30
Truman 29 Ruskin 16
Truman 11 NKC 33
Truman 37 East 9
Truman 17 Van Horn 25
Truman 8 Oak Park 33
Truman 13 Raytown South 35
Truman 17 Wm. Chrisman 21
Truman 29 Liberty 14
Truman 36 Hogan 14
District Tournament 3rd
Truman 17 Center 37
Truman 16 Raytown 32
Truman 37 Wm. Chrisman 15
Truman 29 Ruskin 23
Truman 18 NKC 30
Truman 32 East 23
Truman 24 Van Horn 26
Truman 5 Oak Park 45
Truman 27 Raytown South 19
Truman 29 Wm. Chrisman 20
Truman 35 S. M. South 13
Truman 36 Liberty 20
Truman 8 Oak Park 42
Truman 24 NKC 24
Gaining a decision, Mike Woods pins his opponent
ROW ONE - John Naughton, Rusty Ford, Bill Rector, Ron ROW TWO - Duane Russell, Bob Jones, Ted Johnson, Kirk
Brockman, Galyn Coll man, Mark Crawford, Tom Walfe. Weber, Bob Ochs, John Murphy, Coach Ken Johns.
Michelle Harris, vice-president.
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Halls seemed like a maze to sophomores as
they struggled to acquaint themselves with
the Truman High School building this year.
Numerous and varied activities gobbled them
up - a sophomore here, a sophomore
Legally they chewed gum in class and sat be-
side their best friends in assemblies.
Responsibility slapped them in the face as the
teachers and other Trumanites relied on
The patriot light became their ight, and the
Iunchroom competition became their
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the groove of things. . ,
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OFFICE AIDES. ROW ONE: Debbie Heck, Annette Shirky, Patti Grimes, Sharon Brewer, Connie Woods. ROW TWO:
Margaret DeCamp, Bobbie Vickers, Lynn Dixon, Linda Heflin, Cheryl Warner. ROW THREE: Kathy Stafford, Kay
Lotspiech, Ranae King, Suzi Nell, Sherry Rose, Linda Vivian.
Truman students gain useful experience
LIBRARY AIDES. ROW ONE: Carol Warren, Nan Sheehy, Debbie McLain, Janet Calvert. ROW
TWO: Debbie Browning, Linda Davies, Carol Hollaman, Claudia Verdict. ROW THREE:
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May 31, 1952 - october 27,1967
Charles Gordon Bishop, Truman sopho-
more, was fatally injured in an automobile
accident on October 27,1967.
Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Bish-
op, was killed near Sedalia, Missouri, as he was
on his way to the Truman-Springfield Central
football game. He was a member of the sopho-
more football team and was an Eagle Scout.
527 juniors enroll
at THS this year
If Robert Frost failed to instill a lasting
impression, then perhaps Scarlet Letter
succeeded in supplying juniors with es-
If others trampled juniors in the lunch-
room and halls, then perhaps they
gained their superiority by yelling loud-
est in pep assemblies.
If senior activities obviously excluded
them, then perhaps the junior prom
sufliced this deficit.
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then perhaps the purchase of class rings
furnished the desired identity.
And if junior authority displeased many
students, then perhaps the anticipation
of senior life seemed more appealing.
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Diana Berry, treasurer
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Exemplifying Truman spirit, cheerleader Ditty King
dresses for Kiddie Day.
Going all out, Kay Constance decks out on Halloween Day,
Representing NHS, Gary Young shows what creaming the Bears
is all about.
Pete, Bruno spend 67-68 school year
as exchange students at Truman High
Explaining their duties during AFS week, Mrs. Cockefair
talks to Peter Brook and Bruno Gastal.
For the second consecutive year, Truman
High SchooI's finances enabled it to host two
foreign exchange students.
Hailing from Valence, France, Bruno Gastal
spent the 1967-68 school year at the home of
junior, David Haggard. Besides participating in
varied AFS Club programs, Bruno was active in
French Club. Sports were a favorite of Bruno's.
Not only did he support football and basket-
ball, but participated on the track team. When
asked what he liked most about Truman he
replied, "Basketball games, because where I
come from, the games have no spectators,
pep squad, or cheerleaders."
Living with Charlie and Richard Cockerell
this year was Peter Brook from Wellington,
New Zealand. Pete enjoyed all sports and went
out for the football team. Even though he was
unable to play the entire season he supported
all games. Pete also participated in French
Club, AFS Club, Interact and Red Cross.
"School Spirit" was the answer when he was
asked what he liked best about Truman.
Arriving for another school day, Bruno and his American brother David Haggard
get out of their car.
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Officers, class remember events of year
Debbie Nagel, secretary.
Unforgetable memories - both good and
bad - smothered the '68 seniors.
Frustrating memories arose from an un-
read Exodus, a basketball defeat, a last-minute
scribble in a writer's notebook, the lack of
money for lunch when pizza was served, and
perhaps even five minutes of cramming for a
Amusing memories developed from a joke
played on an unsuspecting teacher, a humor-
ous flop in the talent assembly, the sight of an
underclassman tripping on the stairs, or the
remembrance of a hairpiece yanked off a girI's
Satisfying memories sprang from a glorious
football victory, a hard-earned trophy, a deli-
cious cinnamon roll, the crowning of a queen,
and even the 2:15 bell which dismissed school
for the day.
However, sentiment crowded the memories
of most seniors. The mere red, white and blue
colors created a vivid memory. Senior rings,
the yearbook and newspapers, or a pressed
corsage claimed some cherished memories.
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Paula Ries, treasurer
Dave Bennett, president.
Looking over his English IV assignment sheet, Gary Young
anticipates future tests.
High test score distinguishes Gary Young
as National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist
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448 Truman students
compose senior class
Providing necessary leadership for underclass
men, seniors such as Dan Geivett and Mike Por-
ter inlluence club activities.
thoughtfully savors his victory
After breaking his own school record once again, Don Allinder
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Senior Lynn Dixon vies for 'Miss Flame' title
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Wendy Hodges, qualifies for Americans
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Student Council president, Mike Whitehead
Working at the concession stand, John Brown
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The 1968 Heritage staff would like to express its appreciation and ac-
knowledgement to some people who made this publication possible.
Thanks go to the Board of Education and the Central Office administra-
tion whose consideration helped us immensely. Our printing was done
by American Yearbook Company whose representative was Mr. John
Leuthold. We thank the Truman faculty and student body for their full-
time cooperation. Also, we thank Rolland Studios who was responsible
for much of our photography. Finally, a sincere thank you goes to the
Truman office staff, and especially our principals, Mr. LeRoy Brown and
Mr. Jerry Moore. Without the aid of all these people, the 1968 Heritage
would never have left Room 108.
LARRY ADAMS: Student Council rep.
PAM ALBERTSON: FTA: Girl's Glee
Club: PATS. GARY ALLEN: Baseball:
Band: Chess Club: Football: Interact:
Lettermen's Club: Orchestra:Tri-M.
LINDA ALLEN: Band: FTA: LAS: One-
acts: Orchestra: School play: Thespi-
ans. JACK ALLEY: A Cappella: Letter-
men's Club: Operetta: Red Cross: Ten-
nis,capt. DONALD ALLlNDER:Cross
Country, capt.: J.V. Football: Letter-
STEPHEN AMOS: Band: COE: Orches-
tra: Tri-M. STEVEN ANDERSEN:
Basketball: COE, vice pres. TIM
ANDERSON: Red Cross. JERRY
ANDES: COE. JANETTE ANDREWS:
COE: Girls Glee Club. JANICE AN-
DREWS: GirI's Glee Club. JAMES
ARMILIO: Football: Lettermen's Club.
ED ARMSTRONG: FFA: Band: Orches-
tra: School play: Tennis: Track. .IAN-
ICE ARNOLD: COE: French Club: One-
acts: Pep Club: School play. DEBBIE
BAKER: FTA: Pep Club: Student Coun-
cil rep.: Yell leader. LINDA BAKER:
NAHS: NHS: Spanish Club, pres.: Sci-
ence Club. SUSAN BALDUS: Pats: Pep
Club: Spanish Club. DEANNA BALL:
Band: Girl's Glee Club: Pep Club: Red
Cross: Spanish Club. JIM BALLOU:
Baseball: Football. DOUG BARNES:
Lettermen's Club: Track. WILLIS
BARNETT: A Cappella: School play.
PHIL BASLER: All-State: Baseball: Bas-
ketball: Boy's State: Soph. class pres.:
Football, co-capt.: Heritage: Interact:
Lettermen's Club: NAHS: Quill and
Scroll: Student Council rep. TERRY
BASS: Football: Lettermen's Club:
Wrestling. CARY BEAL: COE. MARILYN
BENEDICT: Band: FHA: French Club:
FTA. PAULA BEHEE: FTA: Pep Club:
Red Cross: Spanish Club: Student
Council rep. DAVE BENNETT: Basket-
ball, capt.: Boy's State: Senior Class
pres.: AFS: Golf: Interact: LAS: Letter-
men's Club, vice pres.: One-acts: Ju-
nior Prom King attend.: Student Coun-
cil rep. BONNIE BERGMAN: FHA: Girl's
Glee Club: SOO. ALICE BELLEW: COE:
Girl's Glee Club. CYNDI BERNDT:
Band: FTA: Spanish Club: SOO. BIL-
LIEANN BERRY: Pep Club: Red Cross.
LANI BERRY: French Club: FTA: LAS:
NHS: Pep Club: Student Council activi-
ty award. JANIE BETHARDS: Girl's Glee
Club: Pep Club: SOO. GLENN BETHEL:
Band. NICK BINNINGER: Basketball:
Band: Football: Heritage: Interact:
Quill and Scroll: Student Council rep.
CATHY BLACKBURN: A Cappella: FTA:
mber 13 years
Library aide: Orchestra: Spanish Club.
MIKE BLANKENSHIP: COE. DENNIS
BLOOMQUIST: Basketball: Chess Club:
NAHS: Red Cross: Student Council
rep.: Track: Cross Country. PETE
BRADFORD: COE: French Club: Red
Cross: Student Council rep.: Wrestling.
SHERRY BRADSHAW: COE: FHA: Red
Cross: Student Council rep.: Wrestling.
SHERRY BRADSHAW: COE: FHA.
STEVE BRANDT: Basketball: Band:
French Club: Interact: LAS: Red Cross.
SHARON BREWER: FHA: Ollice aide:
Heritage Queen: Red Cross. PETER
BROOK: French Club: Interact: Red
Cross: School Play: Thespians. WIL-
LIAM BROOKS: Baseball: COE: Weight
lifting. RONALD BRIDGES: Baseball:
Football: Lettermen's Club: Sports
Manager: Weight lifting: Wrestling.
JOHN BROWN: AFS: Band: Debate:
NFL: Red Cross: Student Council
rep. GAYLORD BROWNE: Baseball:
Basketball: Boy's State: Lettermen's
Club: NHS: Jr. Prom King. TERRY
BRUNSON: Chess Club: FTA : Red
Cross: Spanish Club: Track. ANDY
BRYANT: Basketball: JETS: NHS: Sci-
ence Club: Student Council rep. ROB-
ERT BUTLER: COUNCIL aide. GARY
BUTCHER: Track: Cross Country.
PHYLLIS BUTCHER: COE: Library aide:
NHS: Spanish Club, Science Club.
PAMELA BUTTRAM: A Cappella: Girl's
Glee Club: FHA: Operetta: Red Cross.
SHIRLEY CABLE: FTA: One-acts: Red
Cross: SOO. DON CAIN: AFS: Baseball:
Basketball: Boy's State: Heritage: NHS,
pres.: One-acts: Quill and Scroll, pres.:
Student Council rep.: 12 years of per-
fect attendance. PATTI CAIN: Cheer-
leader: German Club: NAHS: Pep Club:
Student council rep. PAT CALVERT:
Councelor aide: FHA: Pep Club. DEBBY
CALOVICH: French Club: Girl's Glee
Club: NAHS: Pep Club, parl., vice pres.:
Football Homecoming Queen attend.:
Football Homecoming Queen: Student
Council rep. CONNIE CAMERLYNCK:
FHA. JUDY CAMPBELL: Band: COE.
NANCY CAMPBELL: Girl's Glee Club:
Girl's Choir: Red Cross: SOO. CATHY
CANTWELL: COE: Red Cross. JANIS
CARMICHAEL: SOO. CAROLYN CARTY:
German Club. MIKE CARVER: Band:
Lettermen's Club: Spanish Club:
Track: Weight lifting, V. Wrestling.
NANCY CASCAIRO: Heritage, TERRY
CHARLES: Band: Orchestra: Sports
manager. MEG CHAMP: COE: One-
acts. CAROL CHAPMAN: SOO. BOB
CHESLEY: COE. RUTH CHITWOOD:
Girl's Glee Club, Pep Club, Spanish
Club. DAWN CLARK: FHA, FTA, Girl's
Glee Club, Operetta, Spanish Club,
Girl's Choir. CAROL CLARKE: A Cappel-
la, French Club, Girl's Glee Club,
NAHS, Operetta, Red Cross, Spirit of
'68, KENT CLEMENS: Band. ED
CLEMMONS: Interact, Jets. KATHY
CLINE: Counselor aide, French Club,
NHS, Pep Club, Yell leader, Quill and
Scroll, sec., Spirit of '68. DENISE
CLINTON: French Club, Heritage, NHS,
PATS, Quill and Scroll. CHARLIE
COCKERELL: Boy's state, Football,
capt., Interact, Lettermen's Club,
pres., NHS, Student Council vice pres.,
Wrestling, capt. STEVE COFFEL: Chess
Club, Operetta, Science Club, Student
Council rep., J.V. Tennis, J.V. Track,
Boy's Glee Club, Mixed Chorus. BOB
COLE: Basketball, Band, Interact, LAS,
Quill and Scroll, Red Cross, pres., Spir-
it of '68, Student Council Rep., Tennis.
KATHRINE COLLINS: Spanish Club,
SOO. KAY CONSTANCE: French
Club, Heritage, LAS, Pep Club, Red
Cross, Student Council rep. JOHN
COURTNEY: Student Council rep.
DOTTY CRAIG: Soph. class sec., Junior
class sec., Debate, French Club, FTA,
NAHS, NFL, pres., NHS, Pep Club, Hal-
loween Queen, Junior Prom Queen
State. JOHN CROWDER: COE. BRAD
CROWLEY: J.V., V. Basketball, Band,
Interact, Jets, sec., Track. DOUG
CUMMINS: FTA, Jets, LAS, One-acts,
Science Club, School play, Thespians.
RICHARD DANNELS: Football, Inter-
act, Track, Weight Iifting. JUNIOR
DAVIDSON: Football. CYNTHIA DAVIS:
A Cappella, Cheerleader, Pep Club,
Red Cross, Student Council rep. MAR-
GARET DECAMP: Girl's Glee Club, Heri-
tage, Operetta, Quill and Scroll, Office
aide, Red Cross. THOMAS DENTON:
NAHS, Track. ELIZABETH DIAZ: Pep
Club, Spanish Club. PAT DIGNAN:
COE. JAN DILL: FHA, FTA. LYNN
DIXON: FHA, French Club, Office aide,
Pep Club, Red Cross, Student Council
rep. JUDI DORLAND: Girl's Glee Club.
MARTA DUCKWORTH: Gold-Key win-
ner, NAHS, PATS, Pep Club, Basketball
Homecoming Queen attend., Football
Homecoming Queen attend., Red
Cross, Spanish Club, Student Council
rep., Yell leader, Girl's State. CHERYL
DUNKLE: Band, French Club, LAS,
Orchestra, Science Club. LINDA
DUTCHER: FHA, Girl's Choir, Pep Club,
Red Cross. CAROL DUNHAM: Girl's
Choir, Girl's Glee Club. DENNIS EDIE:
Football, JETS, One-acts, School play,
Track. MARGIE ELLIOTT: FHA. NANCY
ELLMAKER: Band, LAS, Orchestra,
AFS. SUE ERTZ: Girl's Glee Club, Office
aide, Red Cross, Spanish Club. CINDY
EVERHART: Chess Club, French Club,
LAS, One-acts, Pep club, School
play, Student Council rep. KATHI
FAIN: COE, German Club. SAM
FARNSWORTH: COE. PAM FERRON:
Band, FHA, Pep Club. GLEN FICKEL:
Band, Interact, NHS. RONNIE FIELD:
Track. JANET FIELDS: Pep Club. LAR-
RY FINDLEY: Football, NHS, Track,
Weight lifting. ROBERT FINKEN: COE,
Red Cross, Track, LINDA FISHER:
French Club, Girl's Glee Club, Operet-
ta, Pep Club. BRENDA FIZER: A Cappel-
la, Girl's Glee Club, SOO, Operetta,
LINDA FORCE: COE. PATRICIA
FORTNER: Spirit of '68. LINDA
FOSTER: Heritage, JOHN FRANCIS:
Chess Club, German Club, NAHS.
DEBBY FRIEND: A Cappella, Girl's Glee
Club. JACK FULMER: Football, Track,
Weight lifting. WAYNE GABBERT: COE,
Red Cross. BRUNO GASTAL: AFS stu-
dent from France, AFS, French Club,
Red Cross, Tennis, Track. ARCHIE
GATROST: Track, Cross Country.
MARGIE GEARHART: NAHS, Pep Club,
Red Cross, German Club. DANNY
GEIVETT: Basketball, French Club, In-
teract, Track, Lettermen's Club. BEV-
ERLEE GIBLER: Girl's Choir, Operetta,
Spanish Club. SHERRELYN GLOSSIP:
Band, COE, Pep Club, Red Cross. MIKE
GRAY: Football, Spanish Club. LINDA
GRIFFIN: SOO. PATRICIA GRIMES:
French Club, Office aide, Pep Club,
Student Council rep, SOO, AFS. STE-
PHANIE HACKETT: French Club, Office
aide, Pep Club, Red Cross, Spirit of '67,
School play, Student Council rep.,
Thespians, Girl's Choir. GLENDA
HACKLER: FHA, FTA, German Club,
Girl's Glee Club, Operetta, Student
council rep. DEAN HALE: COE, One-
acts. DEYANNE HALE: SOO. JAMES
HALL: German Club, Interact, V. Track.
CHARLOTTE HAMER: Student Council
rep., SOO. JAMES HANDLEY: Football,
Lettermen's Club, Weight lifting. NA-
TALIE HANNAFORD: COE. JUDI
HAMILTON: Red Cross, Student Coun-
cil rep., SOO. TANYA HAMILTON:
PATS, SOO. RICK HARBISON: J.V.
Baseball, Soph. Basketball, Orchestra,
Student Council rep. CHERI HARDY:
Band, FTA, Orchestra, Pep Club, Span-
ish Club, Pep Band. DEBBIE HARMON:
NAHS, pres., Pep Club, Basketball
Homecoming Queen, Heritage Queen
attend., Student Council dance chair-
man, Student Council rep. STEVE
HARRIS: Debate, NFL. ED HARRIS:
Football, Lettermen's Club, Orchestra,
Weight lifting, Wrestling. SHERRY
HAWKINS: One-acts, Heritage Queen
attend. GLENDA HEATER: COE. DEB-
BIE HECK: Office aide, Football Home-
coming Queen attend., Heritage
Queen attend., Student Council rep.
PAT HECKMANN: Band, Drum major,
French Club, vice pres., LAS, reporter,
NHS, Orchestra, Quill and Scroll, vice
pres., Spirit of '68, AFS, chairman,
Student Council rep., Tri-M, Categories
team. LINDA HEDEEN: NHS, Spanish
Club, sec. ROBERT HEDGES: J.V. Base-
ball, Chess Club. RANDY HEFLIN: COE,
Football. ANN HERBST: NAHS, cor-
resp, Pep Club, sec., Red Cross, Yell
leader. ERIC HERSHEY: Chess Club,
Jets, NAHS, Spanish Club, J.V. Wres-
tling. GAIL HICKHAM: AFL, Debate,
FTA, German Club, pres., NFL, One-
acts, School play. DAVID HIG-
GINBOTHAM: Track, Weight lifting,
Wrestling, Boy's Choir. HAROLD
HIMES: Band, Football, Orchestra.
MARY HINNIGER: French Club, LAS,
treas, Orchestra, Pep Club, pres., Bas-
ketball Homecoming Queen Attend.
LAWRENCE HJERSTED: J.V., V. Basket-
ball, French Club, Interact, Jets, LAS,
NHS, Student Council treas. TERRY
HOBBS: Football, German Club, Stu-
dent Council rep, Track. WENDY
HODGES: AFS, French Club, sec., LAS,
reporter, NHS, One-acts, Pep Club,
Quill and Scroll, hist, Red Cross, Spirit
of '68, Student Council rep, Categories
team. SHERRY HOLDER: FTA, Quill
and Scroll, Red Cross, Spanish Club.
DIXIE HOLLEY: COE, FHA, Student
Council rep. KATHLEEN HORNE: A
Cappella, sec., treas., Operetta, One-
acts, PATS, vice pres., Pep Club, Stu-
dent Council rep., Thespians. HAGUE
HOWEY: Orchestra, Spanish Club, Sci-
ence Club, treas. JIM HUFFMAN: COE,
German Club. SUE HUFFMAN: French
Club, Library.aide, NHS, Pep Club.
TERRI HUFFMAN: Band, LAS, NHS,
One-acts, Orchestra, School play,
Thespians. SHEILA HUMPHREY: FTA,
JAN HURSIG: French Club, FTA, Or-
chestra. RAY HURST: Football, Red
Cross. JANET HYDER: SOO. STEVE
IZARD: COE, NHS, Red Cross. GARY
JACOBS: Chess Club, German Club,
Preparing for graduation, seniors order
Lettermen's Club: NAHS treas.: Sports
manager: Spirit of '68: Student Coun-
cil rep. PAULA JONES: COE, Sec.: FTA:
German Club: One-acts: School play.
MIKE JOHNSON: Football: Lettermen's
Club. PAULA JOHNSON: COE, vice
pres. BARBERA KARCH: One-acts.
LINDA KEELING: PATS: Pep Club: Red
Cross. DONNA KEITH: A Capella: Oper-
etta: FTA: Spirit of '68: Student Coun-
cil rep.: Girls Choir. STUART KELLER:
COE: Red Cross: Student Council rep.:
Track. RHONDA KELLEY: FHA, sec.:
Girls Choir. LARRY KEMPER: A Cappel-
la: Lettermen's Club: Sports Manager:
J.V. Wrestling: Boy's Glee Club. SHIR-
LEY KEMPER: COE: FHA: Girl's Glee
Club. DEBBIE KENLEY: AFS: Band:
COE: French Club: FTA: Pep Club: Sci-
ence Club. DEBORAH KESNER: FTA:
NHS: Pep Club: Red Cross: Spanish
Club, treas.: Student Council rep.
JACK KIGER: Baseball: Football. RAN-
AE KING: A Cappella: Band: Girl's Glee
Club: Heritage: Operetta: Office aide:
One-acts: Pep Club: School play. SUE
KING: A Cappella: Cheerleader: FHA:
FTA: German Club: Operetta: One-acts:
Orchestra: Pep Club, pres.: Red Cross,
vice pres.: School play: Student Coun-
cil rep.: Thespians: Tri-M. ANTHONY
KIRKSEY: J.V. Baseball: Red Cross: V.
Wrestling. CURTIS KLICK: NHS: School
play. RODNEY KNAPP: COE. ANNE
KNOCHE: A Cappella: French Club:
FTA: Operetta: Orchestra: Red Cross:
Tri-M. JERRY KRAFT: Track. DONNA
LAMBLE: French Club: NAHS: Pep
Club: Quill and Scroll: Spirit of 68.
MARGART LAND: Girl's Glee Club.
LARRY LATIMER: Band: COE: Football:
French Club: Student Council rep.:
Weight lifting. JOE LAXON: Soph. class
treas.: Football: Interact: Red Cross:
Student Council office: Student Coun-
cil Rep.: Track: Weight lifting. TIMO-
THY LAYDEN: Football: German Club:
Track. PAM LEAF: A Cappella: German
Club: Girl's Glee Club: Red Cross. DI-
ANE LEIGHTON-FLOYD: Chess Club:
German Club: Orchestra: Red Cross:
Spanish Club. NANCY LEVINGSTON:
FHA: Heritage: Office aide. RICK LILES:
Baseball: German Club: COE: Football:
Wrestling. RON LINK: Football: Ger-
man Club: Red Cross. KAY
LOTSPEICH: FHA: French Club: Pep
Club: Basketball Homecoming Queen
attend.: Science Club. NANCY LYLE:
French Club: NAHS: School play:
Thespians. MARK MAGGI: Band. JIM
MARKLEY: Wrestling. NICK MANNERS:
Band: Debate: NFL: Operetta: Orches-
tra. BRYAN MARTIN: Red Cross: Wres-
tling. TRAVIS MARTIN: German Club:
Tennis. LON MASON: National Math
Assoc. Award: Chess Club: French
Club: FTA. JERRY MASTEN: Spanish
Club. JOHN MASTON: COE: Spanish
Club. NOLA MATTHEWS: AFS: Debate:
LAS: NFL: NHS: Orchestra: Red Cross:
Spanish Club: Tri-M. CAROLE
MCCARTER: FTA: One-acts: School
play. CLIFFORD McCARTY: A Cappella.
JOHN McCARTY: COE: Football: Jets:
Track: Weight Lifting. RICH MEKIE:
Basketball: Debate: Spanish Club:
Track: Student Council rep. KIRK
McCLURE: NHS. PAT McDARRIEL:
Football: Track. JUDI McFADDEN: AFS:
Chess Club: Debate: French club: Heri-
tage '68: NFL: Pep Club: Quill and
Scroll. CHRIS McLAlN: LAS: Library
aide: Office aide: One-acts: Spirit of
'683 Student Council rep. DONNA
McMURRAY: A Cappella: Girl's Glee
Club: Operetta. PHIL MENGEL: Band:
Debate: NFL: Orchestra. NANCY
MESERVE: A Cappella: French Club:
FTA: Operetta: One-acts: Pep Club:
Thespians: Tri-M: AFS: Madrigals. BILL
MICHEL: Debate: Football: Lettermen's
Club: NFL: One-acts: Spanish Club:
School play: Thespians: Track. LINDA
MILLER: FHA. PAM MILLER: A Cappel-
Ia: Counselor aide: Operetta: One-acts:
Spanish Club: Thespians. PAUL
MILLER: Chess Club: Spanish Club.
TWILA MILLESON: COE: FHA: Girl's
Choir: Operetta. PHIL MITCHELL: A
Cappella: FFA. GLEN MOCK: COE:
Track. LINDA MOONEY: A Cappella:
German Club: Girl's Glee Club: Operet-
ta: Pep Club. DENNIS MOORE: Chess
Club: Debate: German Club: NFL: One-
acts: School play. KATHY MORGAN:
German Club: Spanish Club. DON
MOSIER: Band: Debate: French Club:
Interact: LAS: NFL: Student Council
rep.: Tri-M. DONNA MUELLER: A Cap-
pella: NAHS: Operetta: One-acts: Pep
Club: Red Cross: Thespians. CHRIS-
TINA MULLOY: A Cappella: German
Club: Operetta: One-acts. JIM
MEYERS: COE: Track: Wrestling.
SHARI MYERS: LAS: Office aide: Pep
Club: Red Cross: Spirit of '68: Spanish
Club: Student Council rep. DEBBIE
NAGEL: Junior class treas.: Senior
class sec.: French Club: FTA: Pep Club,
treas.: Junior Prom Queen: Red Cross:
Student Council rep.: Thespians: Opti-
mist outstanding senior award.
DUANE NAY: V. Baseball: V. Football:
Red Cross: Student Council rep.:
Weight lifting. DORIS NEGAARD:
French Club: Orchestra: Pep Club:
Student Council rep. GAIL NEWMAN:
Chess Club: LAS: One-acts: Pep Club.
SHERRI NORMAN: FTA: Girl's Glee
Club: One-acts: Pep Club: Spanish
Club Vice pres.: Student Council rep.
SANDI NOVAK: AFS: Counselor aide:
Debate: FTA parl.: German Club sec.:
NFL: One-acts: School play: Thespians.
TRUDY OLDENBURG: Pep Club. CAR-
OL PARKER: Office aide. DEBBIE
PARKER: NAHS: Pep Club: Red Cross,
reporter-historian. RALEIGH PARISH:
German Club. GREG PERRY: Football:
Red Cross: Weight lifting. DOUGLAS C.
PHILLIPS: Band: COE: Track. DOUG R.
PHILLIPS: A Cappella, pres.: Band:
Operetta: Orchestra: School play: Tri-
M: Pep Band leader. JERRY PIKER: J.V.
Baseball: J.V., V. Football: Student
Council rep.: J.V. Track: Weight lifting.
DON PLAYER: Basketball: Football.
MIKE POE: COE. BRENDA PORTER:
COE, treas.: FHA. MIKE PORTER: Golf:
Interact: Student Council rep.: Track.
LONNIE PRICE: Football: Lettermen's
Club: Sports manager: Student Coun-
cil rep: Weight lifting.JUDY RABON:
COE: FHA: Pep Club. JIM RANDOLF:
COE: Sports manager. BRENDA RAPP:
COE. RAYMOND RAST: COE: J.V.
Track. MIKE RAY: J.V. Basketball: J.V.
Football: Golf: Track. SANDY REED:
Band: FTA: Pats: Pep Club. BARBARA
REIFF: NAHS: Pep Club: Red Cross.
DAVID RENEAU: COE: Football: Ger-
man Club: Track: Wrestling. LIN-
DA REEVES: COE, parl. SANDRA
REYNOLDS: Girl's Glee Club: Pep Club:
Tennis. MARSHA RICE: NAHS: One-
acts: Pep Club: Red Cross: Student
Council rep.: Thespians: School play.
PAULA RIES: DAR Good Citizenship
Award: Senior class treas.: French
Club: FTA pres.: Head Majorette: NHS:
Pep Club sec.: Student Council rep.
DAYLE W. ROBINSON: Band. GREGG
RODEKOPF: Baseball: Basketball:
Football: Lettermen's Club: Weight lift-
ing. RUSSELL ROSE: Chess Club: Let-
termen's Club: Science Club: Tennis.
WILLIAM R. ROSS: COE. MICK RUPE:
Soph. Class Vice-pres.: Senior class
Vice-pres.: V. Football: Weight lifting.
SYLVIA RUSSELL: Girl's Glee Club.
TOM RYBURN: V. Wrestling. CHERYL
SALTER: FTA: Pep Club: Spanish Club:
Student Council rep. JANICE SALYER:
Counselor aide: Girl's Glee Club: Oper-
etta. THERESA SARTWELL: A Cappella:
A Cappella Vice pres.: French Club:
FTA: Operetta: Orchestra: Red Cross
sec.: Girl's Choir: Madrigal: Chamber
Choir. STAN SASSER: J.V. Baseball:
Basketball: German Club. KEN
SCHOFF: Band: Orchestra: Spanish
Club: Pep Band. SHEILA SCHAUER: A
Cappella: FHA: French Club: Girl's Glee
Club: Operetta: One-acts: Pep Club:
Red Cross: School Play: Thespians:
AFS. DAVID SNEDEGER: COE. GLENDA
SCHNETZER: FTA. JOHN SCHON-
FELDT: COE: Red Cross. DOUG
SCHWARZ: Band: Lettermen's Club: V.
Track. NAMON SEARCY: V. Football:
Weight lifting: V. Wrestling. CELIA
SEATON: Band: LAS: Head Majorette:
Pep Club: Red Cross. RONNIE
SHAHAN: COE. DAVID W.
SHADESPEARE: A Cappella: Operetta:
Sports manager. DAVE SHANNON:
NHS. ANNETTE SHIRKY: French Club:
Heritage: Office aide: One-acts: Pep
Club: Football Homecoming Queen
attend.: Heritage Queen attend.: Spirit
of '68: Student Council parl.: Red
Cross. PAM SIMPSON: Band: Chess
Club sec.: FHA: FTA: Pep Club: Red
Cross: Spanish Club. JACK SLADE: A
Cappella: Operetta: Student Council
rep. TERESA SLAYTON: Girl's Glee
Club: Library aide: Operetta: Red
Cross: Girl's Choir. CHRIS SMALLEY: A
Cappella: Chess Club: German Club:
Operetta: One-acts: Science Club:
School play: Thespians. DEBBIE
SMITH: SOO: Pep Club. DENNIS
SMITH: Debate: V. Football: Interact:
Jets: NFL: J.V. Track: Weight lifting.
LINDA SMITH: FHA: FTA: Girl's Glee
Club: Pep Club. RICHARD SMITH:
Band: German Club: Interact: Jets:
Track:AFS. DAVID SNEDEGER:COE.
KAREN SPIERS: FHA: German Club:
Girl's Glee Club: NHS. STEVE STALEY:
Cross-country, co-capt.: Lettermen's
Club: Red Cross: Science Club: Track.
GORDON STANFIELD: Football: Wres-
tling. KERRI STEPHENS: COE: French
Club: Red Cross. KATHY STAFFORD:
NAHS: Office aide: PATS, pres.: Pep
Club: Red Cross: Yell leader. ROBERT
STURGES: Baseball: Interact. CORALIE
SUMEY: Library aide. BRENDA
SUTHERLAND: Orchestra. STEVE
SWORD: FFA: J.V., V. Football, Letter-
men's Club: Track. DAVE TALCOTT:
Heritage: Interact. MARTIN TALCOTT:
Interact: JETS: Lettermen's Club:
Track: Cross-country: Wrestling. I-
RENE TAYLOR: FHA: Operetta: Pep
Club: Student Council rep.: Girl's
Choir. ROBERT TAYLOR: One-acts.
DAVID THOMAS: German Club. STEVE
THOMAS: Band: Orchestra. JACKIE
THOMPSON: French Club: One-acts:
Pep Club: Red Cross: School play:
Thespians: AFS. CHERYL TIMME: A
Cappella: Girl's Glee Club: Operetta:
SOO. SHELLEY TINDALL: Red Cross:
Student Council rep.: SOO. DEBBIE
TITTLE: A Cappella: Bookkeeping
Award: Girl's Glee Club: Operetta: Pep
Club: Red Cross: Student Council rep.
JANET TRIMBLE: Chess Club: FTA:
NAHS: NHS: PATS: Spanish Club.
JOHN TUCKER: Baseball: Football:
Student Council rep.: Weight lifting.
VYCKI TURNER: One-acts. GARY VAL-
LEAU: Baseball: Football: Interact: Let-
termen's Club. MARSHA VANKIRK:
FTA: A Cappella: French Club: Operet-
ta: Orchestra: Pep Club: Red Cross:
Student Council rep: Yell leader. BOB-
BIE VICKERS: FHA: FTA: Office aide:
Pep Club: Spanish Club. LINDA VIVIAN:
Band: Office aide: Pep Club. ALICE
WAGENER: Band: French Club: FTA:
Pep Club: Red Cross. EDNA
WALRAVEN: COE: French Club: PATS.
DAVID WARD: Spanish Club. CHERYLN
WARNER: Counselor aide: NAHS:
Office aide: Student Council rep. DA-
VID WARNER: German Club: Spanish
Club. CAROL WARREN: Library aide:
NFL: One-acts: Spirit of '68: School
play: Thespians. BOB WATKINS: Red
Cross: Track. CAROL WEDERSKI: Girl's
Glee Club: Latin Club. LYNDA WELLER:
COE. JAMES WELLS: COE. ANDY
WEST: French Club: LAS: One-acts:
School play. CHARLA WHITE: French
Club: Pep Club. MIKE WHITEHEAD:
AFS: Curators Certificate: Debate:
Football: Interact: NFL: NHS: Orches-
tra: Student Council, pres.: Student
Council rep: Track: Camp Cheley rep.
CINDY WEST: Girl's Glee Club: Red
Cross: SOO. KAREN WILCOX: Pep Club:
Red Cross. CARL WILDSCHUETZ: JETS:
Track: Cross-country. JOHN
WILKINSON: Basketball: Tri-captain:
Football: Lettermen's Club: Red Cross:
Spanish Club. BRENT WILLIAMS: AFS:
JETS: Red Cross: Science Club: Weight
lifting: transferred from East H.S.:
Basketball: Band: Drum Major: School
play: Tennis. DALE WILLIAMS: FFA:
Football. THOMAS WILLIAMS: Base-
ball: Football: JETS: Lettermen's Club:
One-acts: Red Cross: Spirit of '68: Stu-
dent Council rep.: Track: Weight lift-
ing. KATHY WILLIS: A Cappella: FTA:
Girl's Glee Club: Operetta: Orchestra:
Student Council rep. DIANA WILMOTH:
FHA: French Club: Pep Club. SCOTT
WILSON: One-acts. EDDIE WISS: Foot-
ball. JANELLE WOODS: One-acts: Pep
Club. RALEIGH WOODS: Chess Club:
Orchestra: Track. HARRY WORKMAN:
Band: German Club. BILL WORTH: ln-
teract: One-acts: Orchestra: Red Cross:
Student Council: Mr. School Spirit.
TOM WRIGHT: Football: Lettermen's
Club: Track. PIPER WRIGLEY: Basket-
ball: Band: JETS: One-acts: Student
Council rep.: Track. BARRY YORK:
Debate: Orchestra: Red Cross: Student
Council rep.: Tennis. GARY YOUNG:
Basketball: NHS: One-acts: Student
Council rep. JOHN YOUNG: Band:
Wrestling. MARY ZANER: Girl's Glee
Club: Office aide: Student Council rep.
JAMES ZELLMER: COE: Lettermen's
Club: Sports Manager. JEAN ZUM-
WALT: A Cappella: French Club: Oper-
etta: Office aide:,One-acts: Red Cross:
Thespians: Tri-M: Madrigals.
Activities crowd seniors' past school life
Aber, Tom 180
A Cappella 60,61
Ackerman, John 89, 180
Adams, Harold 52, 168
Adams, Ken 56, 168
Adams, Larry 204
Adcock, Patrick 204
Agriculture 70, 71
Ailshire, David 180
Aker, Kathy 181
Akers, Virginia 89, 168
Albertson, Pamela 69
Albertson, Victoria 181
Alexander, Diane 168
nder, Kathie 100, 168
Allee, Don 29
Allen, Dale 204
Allen, Dennis 204
Allen, Gary 52, 54, 89, 99, 102, 126,
Allen, Linda 52, 54, 93, 94,204
Alley, Jack 61, 63, 65, 102,204
Allinder, Bill 102, 138, 140, 168
Allinder, Don 102, 139, 140,204
Alsup, Susan 91,168
Alumbaugh, Jeannie 168
Amos, Steve 54, 99, 111, 204
Beisly, Kriss 207
Bellew, Alice 207
Beltz, Susie 104,182
Benedict, Marilyn 54,207
Bennett, Dave 85, 89, 94, 102, 1
149,152, 153, 157, 205,
Bennett, Jane 91, 168
Bennett, Jean 91,168
Benson, Kathy 63, 182
Bergman, Boni 63, 207
Bergman, Danny 98, 182
Berkemeier, George 12
Berndt, Cindy 54,207
Berry, Billieann 207
Berry, Diana 69, 86, 89, 91,
Berry, Lani 90, 94, 97, 101, 108, 207
Beshore, Karen 182
Beth, Marsha 101, 103, 108, 182
Bethel, Ellen 52, 110, 168
Bethel, Glenn 54, 207
Betts, Bruce 182
Beverstock, Toni 168
Bice, Greg 182
Biggs, Rhonda 207
Bilyeu, Vickie 207
Binninger, Nick 43, 89, 95, 207
152, 156, 208
Browning, Debbie 89, 168, 170
Browning, James 183
Browning, John 162, 168
Brune, Diane 91, 94, 100, 109, 183
Brunson, Terry 88, 109, 208
Bryan, Mike 132, 168
Bryant, Andy 85, 97, 106, 107, 146,
Bryant, Harold 110, 183
Bryant, Jackie 63, 183
Carver, Mike 102, 161, 209
Cascairo, Janice 100, 169
Cascairo, Nancy 43, 209
Case, Terri 85, 169
Casey, Benita 169
Casey, Kathy 91, 169
Carter, Guy 12, 13
Castle, Clif 54, 89, 180, 184
Chamber Choir 64
Chambers, Sheldon 169, 179
Champ, Margaret 111, 209
Bryant, Larry 183
Buckley, Mrs. Tom 12
Buckner, Dave 183
Bullard, Richard 208
Bunch, Larry 168
Burks, Chuck 84, 154, 155, 168
Burlingame, Kathy 89, 100, 108, 183
Burns, Bob 168
Burns, Debbie 90, 101, 103, 168
, Carol 209
, Jeanne 108, 169
Chappelow, Kent 61, 63, 66, 126,
Charles, Terry 52, 54, 126, 209
Chess Club 88
146, 147, 153, 208
, Rod 168
Kingdon 18, 94
, Tom 181
Andes, Jerry 111, 205
Andes, Jim 205
Andes, Launa 168
Binninger, Patty 100, 103, 109, 182
Bishop, Gordon 179
Blackburn, Cathy 52, 61, 63, 65, 91,
Blank, Terry 168
Blankenship, Glenn 168
Blankenship, James 182
Blankenship, Mike 111, 208
Blatt, Larry 168
Bloomquist, Dennis 88, 98, 102, 208
Blount, Ron 182
Blythe, Debi 182
Blythe, Denice 110, 168
Andes, Patti 56, 101,168
Andrews, Janette 111, 205
Andrews, Janice 206
Aneonio, Helen 35
Antle, Patty 101, 109, 181
Armilio, James 102,126, 128, 206
Armstrong, Ed 52, 54, 105,206
Arnold, Janeece 111,206
Arnold, Ruth 30
Arnone, Linda 100, 168
Art Department 50, 51
Athon, Dorothy 35
Austin, Gary 181
Ayers, Delores 34
Ayers, Kathy 63, 89, 168
Bailey, Judy 30
Baker, Debbie 100, 101, 206
Baker, Linda 97, 109, 206
Baker, Melanie 181
Balch, Lon 206
Balcom, Bill 61, 63, 105, 126,181
Baldus, Susan 100, 109, 206
Baldwin, Eddy 132,168
Baldwin, Madge 100, 110, 181, 233
Ball, Deanna 54, 63, 101,206
Ball, LaVonne 101, 181
Ballard, Brad 181
Ballew, Alice 63, 181
Ballew, Beckie 168,233
Ballou, Jim 126,128,206
Bandlow, Janis 101, 181
Banning, Kathy 63, 181
Barb, Michael 56, 107, 168
Barksdale, Jay 56, 168
Barlow, Bill 168
Barlow, Brenda 63, 181
Barnes, Douglas 102,206
Barnett, Jack 126, 181
Barnett, Willis 61, 206
Barrett, Bob 132, 168
Basketball 144, 145, 146, 147, 148,
149, 150, 151,152,153. 154, 155.
Basketball Homecoming 158, 159
Basler, Barbara 168
Basler, Phil 43, 89, 95, 98, 102, 116,
125, 126, 128, 130, 146, 148, 152,
Bass, Terry 102, 126, 206
Bass, Wendell 181
Bateman, Wayne 181
Baugher, Wanda 168
Bay, Deloris 63, 182
Beal, Carl 168
Beal, Cary 111,206
Beardsley, Donna 182
Beavers, Pam 94, 108, 182
Beck, Frances 182
Becker, Bill 182
Behee, Paula 89, 100, 109. 207
Boetjer, Rosemary 18
Bogue, Bruce 182
Bogue, Carl 65, 182
Bolander, Mary 182
Book, Veryla 168
Booster Club 16
Booth, Cherie 168
Booth, Greg 88, 107, 182
Booth, Laren 18
Bordelon, Eugene 106, 168
Gorgman, Crystal 101, 168
Bourne, Don 132, 155, 168
Bowman, David 168
Bowman, James 18
Boys Glee Club 63
Boy's Octet 64
Brackenbury, Bob 168
Bradford, Pete 111,208
Bradford, Shannon 168
Bradley, George 183
Bradshaw, Sherri 111, 208
Braley, Louis 18,98
Brandt, Steve 89, 94, 108, 146, 152
Branham, Elaine 18
Branstetter, Cathy 110, 183
Bratcher, Mike 183
Bratton, Les 183
Braun, Mike 54, 183
Breedlove, Jack 208
Breshears, Betty 208
Brewer, Larry 126, 128, 168
Brewer, Sharon 89, 104, 114, 117
Bridges, Ronald 16, 102, 126 128,
Bridges, Steve 168
Briggs, Gloria 183
Brittain, Jim 56, 168
Brittain, Patty 89, 90, 100, 108, 183
Brizendine, Alice 110,183
Brock, Sam 16, 89, 90, 183
Brockman, Ron 163, 168
Brook, Peter 85, 89, 93, 108, 202,
Brooks, Joanna 63, 183
Brooks, Pam 168
Brown, Clark 208
Brown Debi 50, 90, 98, 103, 109
Brown, Elwood 19
Brown, John 92, 208, 224
Brown, LeRoy 14,15
Brown, Linda 168
Brown, Pauline 30
Brown, Phillip 183
Brown, Ruth 19
Brown, Steve 89, 183
Browne, Gavlord 97, 102, 146, 148,
Burns, Walker 168
Burriss, Mark 54, 168
Burrows, Faye 30
Burt, Janice 109, 183
Burton, Judy 63, 183
Bush, Mike 168
Bush, Tammy 168
Business Depratment 68, 69
Butcher, Gary 208
Butcher, Janice 106, 108, 183
Butcher, Jerry 140, 183
Butcher, Phyllis 97, 109, 111,208
Butler, Don 92, 183
Butler, Mary 168
Butler, Robert 208
Buttram, Pam 61, 104,208
Bybee, Vicky 54, 63, 100, 183
Cable, Shirley 208
Cable, Steve 89, 183
Cadwell, Kenneth 208
Cain, Don 42, 43, 85, 89, 95, 96, 97,
Cain, Karen 168
Cain, Patty 98,110, 143,208
Caldwell, Rod 52, 109, 183
Caloxgch, Debby 101, 134, 135, 136,
Calvert, Janet 63, 90, 168, 170
Calvert, Pat 101, 104, 177, 209
Ca merlynck, Connie 104,209
Campbell, Bill 168
Campbell, David 168
Campbell, Doug 56, 169
Campbell, Judy 111, 209
Campbell, Nancy 209
Cantwell, Cathy 111, 209
Carlisle, Mack 89, 183
Carlson, Dale 183
Carlson, Dwight 52, 54, 184
Carlson, Linda 184
Carmean, Rexanne 61, 184
Carmichael, Janis 209
Carmichael, Joyce 169
Carpenter, Vicki 184 '
Carr, Bruce 93, 184
Carr, Mike 61, 63, 65, 169
Carr, Tim 169
Carroll, Bill 169
Carty, Carolyn 209
Carver, Michael 56, 162, 169
Childs, ArILee 63, 184
Chiles, Debbie 109, 184
Chinnery, Sharon 169
Chitwood, Ruth 100, 109,209
Chrisco, Jeannie 169
Christensen, Bunny 34
Christensen, Scott 169
Christian, David 184
Clariday, Mark 56, 169
Clark, Blake 112
Clark, Dawn 209
Clark, Janie 209
Clarke, Carol 61, 63, 89, 108, 210
Clarke, Larry 61, 169
Clay, Michael 184
Clayton, James 169
Clayton, Kenneth 184
Clem, Doug 169
Clemens, Kent 210
Clemons, Ronald 19, 95
Clemmons, Ed 107, 210
Clements, Mary 19, 109
Clifton, Darrell 184
Cline, Kathy 44, 95, 97, 100,177,
Cline, Kenneth 28
Clinton, Denise 42, 95, 97, 210
Clinton, Ray 169
Closson, Bill 132,169
Cobb, Lindsay 169
Cockefair, Pallas 19, 94, 202
Cockerell, Charlie 85, 89, 97, 102,
122,124,126, 127, 128, 160, 162
Cockerell, Rich 89, 162, 184, 203
COE Club 111
Coflel, Edra 89,101, 109,184
Coflel, Phillip 89, 126, 184
Coflel, Scheryl 56, 90, 169
Coftel, Steve 65, 83, 85, 88, 210
Coffman, Cathy 66, 100, 109, 184
Coffman, Don 19, 132, 162
Coflman, Galyn 163, 184
Coil, Randy 161,162, 184,193
Coin, Karen 169
Cole, Paula 111,210
Cole, Robert 44, 87, 89, 94, 95, 210
Colletti, Louisa 169
Collins, Brenda 210
Collins, JoAnn 109,184
Collins, Kathrine 228
Collins, Rhonda 169
Collins, Valarie 63, 169
Colston, Mary Ann 169
Colston, Richard 88, 184
Colston, Terry 210
Combs, Ruby 184
Comer, Mark 61, 184
Conrad, Charles 49, 52, 89, 92, 184
Constance, Brent 54, 184
Constance, Cindy 184
Constance, Kay 43, 94, 101, 108,
Conway, Candace 109, 169
Cook, Larry 184, 226
Cook, Lawrence 19
Cook, Rick 169
Cooper, Alan 169
Cooper, Larry 169
Cooper, Lloyd 210
Copenhaver, Mike 56, 169
Corlett, Marilyn 100, 108, 170
Cornelius, Dan 152, 153, 155, 170
Cornell, Beth 184
Cornell, Linda 111, 210
Corum, Rusty 126, 184
Cotton, Monte 52, 170
Couch, Pat 110, 211
Courter, Maynard 184
Courtney, John 86, 211
Cox, Norman 20, 74, 107
Cox, Renee 52, 53, 90, 108, 170
Cox, Rick 184
Cox, Roselee 20,98
Cox, Steve 56, 170
Coy, Debbie 170
Coy, Nancy 109, 184
Craig, Carla 184
Craig, Dotty 86, 92, 97, 101, 119,
Craig, Mike 89,184
Cramer, Dennis 52, 54, 170
Craven, Steve 110, 185
Crawford, Lynn 170
Crawford, Marcella 31
Crawford, Mark 52, 163, 185
Croft, Lynn 185
Cross Country 138, 139, 140, 141
Crossley, Janice 110, 185
Crow, Randy 170
Crowley, Bradd 89, 107, 146, 153,
Crowley, Mark 56, 107, 155, 170
Crudele, Cathy 170
Crudele, Danny 211
Culver, Shrilene 89, 101, 170
Cummins, Doug 93, 94, 107,211
Cunningham, Harvey 52, 170
Cunningham, Sharon 63
Cupp, Connie 170
Currier, Judith 170
Curtis, Jack 170
Curtis, Tom 211
Czajkowski, John 105, 126, 160,
D'Angelo, Marie 170
Daniel, Janet 100, 185
Daniels, Robert 211
Dannels, Donna 70, 104, 185
Dannels, Richard 211
Da ughtrey, Dean 65, 170
Davidson, Cathy 170
Davidson, Edmond 20, 23
Davidson, Junior 211
Davies, Linda 170
, Bonnie 185
,Cynthia 61, 89, 143, 211
, Louise 30
, Lynda 170
, Paul 170
Teresa 63, 170
Tom 132, 170
Day, Carol 103, 185
Deal, Tom 52, 54,211
Dean, Jody 61, 185
Deatherage, Jack 211
DeBarthe, Joseph 185
Debate 48, 49
DeCamp, Margaret 42, 95, 169,211
DeCavelle, Louis 170
DeHaven, Denise 170
DeLong, Dennis 56, 171
Denham, Dorothy 52, 54, 91, 185
Dennis, John 89, 153, 185
Dennis, Kathy 90, 100, 171
Dent, Renee 63, 90, 171
Dent, Susan 93, 185
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Denton, Tom 211
DePoortere, Janette 185
DeSelms, Jack 20
Diaz, Elizabeth 100, 109,211,213
Dickensheets, Anne 54, 185
Dickey, Connie 185
Dickey, Ronnie 185
Dickson, Bob 211
Dickson, Connie 171
Dignan, Pat 111, 211
Dilks, Elden 73, 185
Dill, Jan 91,104,211
Di nsmore, Jerry 20, 106
Divine, Barbara 171
Dixon, Carolyn 55
Dixon, Lynn 101,104,108,169,211,
Dobbins, Terri 185
Dole, Ernest 32
Dorland, Judy 63, 212
Dorland, Paula 185
Dorrell, Debbie 185
Dorton, Sharron 171
Doubledee, Dale Ann 54, 76, 142,
Downard, Mike 86,153,185
Downing, Debbie 171
Dramatics 46, 47
Draper, Steve 171
Driver's Education 67
Duckworth, Marce 84, 101, 103, 109,
Duckworth, Marta 98, 100, 103, 109,
Duncan, Chuck 186
Duncan Eddie 89, 126, 186
Dunham, Carol 63, 212
Dunham, Mike 171
Dutcher, Linda 104, 212
Dwyer, Tim 212
Dyer, Clyde 186
Dyer, Lynn 101, 186
Dyer, Sam 54, 69, 126, 186
Eastwood, Jerry 186
Eaton, Jack 186
Edie, Dennis 212
Edmondson, Dianna 171
Edmondson, Patty 54, 186
Edmondson, Richard 171
Edmundson, Lois 35
Edwards, Geg 186
Ek, Ricky 186
Elder, Tim 105,171
Elliott, Becky 63, 91, 186
Ellmaker, Nancy 52, 54, 59, 110,212
Engelbrecht, Bill 186
English Department 38, 39
Erickson, Jan 186
Ertz, Sue 212
Erwin, Edith 34
Evans, Dennis 186
Evans, Kenneth 155, 171
Evans, Phil 171
Evans, Warren 105, 171
Everhart, Cindy 88, 94, 212
Evers, Terri 91, 100, 186
Fagenstrom, Bunny 186
Fain, Cecilia 89, 108, 186
Fain, Kathi 212
Fann, Cheryl 101, 186
Fann, Lee 126, 187
Farguhar, Neil 171
Farnsworth, Sam 111,212
Fedo, Greg 187
Felling, Robert 20, 102, 126
Felix, Clifl 126,171
Ferguson, Jackie 110, 212
Ferguson, Tom 54, 187
Ferguson, Walter 61, 88, 105, 107,
Gilbertson, Jack 84, 153, 155, 171
Gill, Virginia 20, 21
Gillespie, Diane 171
Gillespie, Tom 15, 33
Gilliland, Les 171
Gilmore, Jim 187
Ferrin, Michael 171
Ferron, Pam 104, 212
Fey, Michele 187
Fickel Connie 54, 171
Fickel, Glen 54,89, 97,212
Field, Ronnie 212
Field, Denise 171
Fields, Janet 212
Fields, Maureen 187
Findley, Larry 97,213
Finke, Ron 54, 171
Finken, Bob 111,213
Fisher, Alan 171
Fisher, Leroy 171
Fisher, Linda 108,213
Fitch, Larry 132, 171
Fizer, Brenda 61, 213
Fizer, David 65, 187
Fleming, Wayne 33
Fletcher, Kay 104,106,171
Force, Linda 111, 213
Ford, Rusty 85,163,171
Foreign Languages 40, 41
Football 122, 123. 124,125,126
Football Homecoming 134, 135
Fortner, Pat 44, 71, 213
Foster, Linda 43, 213
Fothergill, George 187
Fouts, Frank 171
Francis, John 88,110, 213
Francis, Merideth 20
Frazier, Donna 55, 92, 171
Frazier, Sharon 20
Free, Kenny 171
Freeman, Bill 187
Freeman, Shirley 26
French Club 108
Friedrich, Dennis 107, 110, 187
Friend, Debby 61,213
Frisbie, Steve 213
Frost, Anne 101, 109, 187
Fruit, James 213
Fuchs, Madeline 92, 103, 108,187
Fuller, Gary 171
Fuller, Larry 132, 171
Fulmer, Jack 126,128,213
Future Farmers of America 105
Future Homemakers of America 104
Future Teachers of America 90,91
Gabbert, Wayne 213
Gaddis, Julie 187
Galloway, Rick 171
Ganson, Gary 56, 171
Ganson, Glen 187
Garland Cheryl 110, 187
Garnier, Susan 108, 187
Gartin, Dennis 187
Gastal, Bruno 85, 108, 202, 203, 213
Gates, Paula 89,100, 106, 108, 187
Gatrost, Albert 171
Gatrost, Archie 140,141,214
Gaughran, Linda 171
Gearhart, Margie 89, 110, 214
Geivett, Dan 89, 102,209,214
German Club 110
Gibler, Beverlee 63, 109, 214
Ginn, Michael 171
Girls' Choir 62
Girls' Glee Club 63
Gleason, Norma 34
Glossip, Sherrelyn 54, 111, 214
Glover, Jim 214
Goddijn, Renee 21
Goebel, Juanita 187
Gold, Rick 54,86,89,187
Gooden, Warren 171
Goodridge, Kevin 187
Goodyear, Mary 52,90,171
Gordon, Pam 49, 89, 92, 101, 171
Gouge, Mary Jane 63, 171
Gould, Linda 187
Grace, Ray 187
Graham, Rickie 214
Graham, Ronnie 187
Graham, Verna 34
hn 92, 187
Green, Steve 61,171
Grilhn, Dana 171
Grillin, Linda 214
Grimes, Patricia 69, 85, 109, 214
Susan 84, 89,101, 187
Groom, Jerry 88, 187
Groom, Joyce 171
Grove, Waren 214
Gulley, Dewayne 171
Gunter, Sherry 56, 90,171
Gusse, Valerie 171
Hackett, Stephanie 63, 108, 214
Hackler, Glenda 214
Hackler, James 172
Haggard, Dave 108, 188, 202
Hale, Ann 34
Hale, Dean 111, 133, 214
Hale, Deyanne 214
Hall, Bob 214
Hall, Brenda 171
Hall, Christine 91, 188
Hall, Dennis 171
Hall, James 89,110,214
Hallford, Dan 132, 172
Ham, Kevin 61, 63, 65, 109, 188
Hamer, Charlotte 214
Hamilton, Judi 111, 214
Hamilton, Robert 172
Hamilton, Tanya 103, 214
Hammers, Skip 188
Hammett, Judy 84, 101, 137, 158,
Hammond, Gary 188
Hammond, Steve 126, 188, 233
Hammons, Pamela 63, 100, 172
Hancock, Kathy 108, 166, 172
Handley, James 102, 126 215
Handy, David 172, 233
Hannaford, Natalie 111,215
Hanson, Kathy 38, 61, 91, 101, 108
Hanson, Phyllis 31
Hanssen, Lana 52, 101, 188
Hardy, Cheri 54, 100, 109, 215
Hardy, Gaye 52,90,110, 172
Harlan, Ronald 188
Harmon, Debbie 83, 84, 98, 101,
Harmon, John 172
Harp, Dennis 54,188
Harp, Linda 110, 188
Harris, Eddie 52, 102,126, 128,215
Harris, Michelle 101,115,166,172
Harris, Steve 92, 215
Hart, Becky 56, 88, 90, 106, 172
Hartley, Brenda 188
Hatlield, Mike 132,155,172
Hawes, Nina 34
Hawk, Ray 172
Hawkins, Floyd 188
Hawkins, Lloyd 90, 188
Hawkins, Sherry 115, 117,215
Hawthorne, Bill 107, 109, 172
Hayes, Eileen 35
Hayes, William 21
Hays, John 172
Heater, Glenda 111,215
Heater, Steve 188
Heaviland, Bren 188
Heck, Debbie 135,137,169,215
Heckmann, Pat 44, 54, 85, 94, 95,
96, 97, 99, 108,215
Hedding, Jim 188
Hendeen, Linda 97, 109, 215
Hedges, Janet 84, 104, 109, 188
Hedges, Robert 88,215
Hedges, Vilma 34
Hellin, Linda 169, 188
Heflin, Randy 72, 111, 215
Helton, Cherry 188
Henderson, John 21, 23
Hendrickson, Lois 172
Henley, Joyce 63, 91, 188
Henry, Clyde 52, 54, 126, 130, 172
Heotis, George 105, 188
Herbst, Ann 89, 98, 100, 215
Herbst, John 155, 172
Heritage Dance 42, 43
Herrington, Rick 188
Hershey, Eric 88, 98, 110, 215
Hickam, Gail 91, 110, 215
Hickam, Jim 172
Hicks, Mike 56,172
Higginbotham, David 215
Highfill, Jan 172
Hildebrand, Scott 85, 188
Hill, Cherie 172
Hillen, Bill 88, 188
Hillen, Mike 88, 172
Himes, Harold 52, 54, 216
Hines, Dave 92, 172
Hininger, Mary 52, 94, 101,108,
Hjersted, Lawrence 84, 89, 94, 107,
Hobbs, Terry 216
Hobick, Laurel 19, 21, 123, 127
Hodges, Wendy 45, 89, 94, 95, 96,
97, 101, 108, 216, 221
Hodkinson, Michael 105, 140, 172
Hogge, Mike 172
Holden, Wesley 188
Holladay, Mary 31
Hollaman, Carol 47, 104, 170, 216
Hollaman, Hope 56, 90,172
Holland, Donna 188
Holland, Gary 88
Holleger, Grover 33
Holliger, Jan 61, 63, 65, 85, 90,101,
Holman, Lynda 216
Holmes, Kathy 188
Holmes, Rodney 216
Home Economics 70, 71
Hoover, Sharon 89, 101, 103, 172
Hoover, Sue 89, 90, 100, 108,172
Hopkins, Bob 132,155,172
Horne, Kathy 61, 63, 65, 93, 103,
Horne, Nancy 90,100,103, 109, 189
Hoss, Carolyn 52, 94, 98, 108, 189
Hoss, Mary Anne 52, 58,172
Howell, Les 189
Howen, Roberta 189
Howey, Hague 52, 106, 216
Hubble, Floyd 21, 22, 90, 199
Hullman, Jim 111, 216
Hullman, Kathy 91, 100, 189
Huflman, Sue 97, 101, 108, 216
Hullman, Terri 52, 54, 93, 94, 110,
Hughes, Jerry 89, 189
Hughes, Tim 172
Hulett, Chris 172
Humphrey, Janet 172, 233
Humphrey, Sheila 43, 103, 216
Hunt, Eva 189
Hunt, Nick 189
Huntsucker, Clifl 56, 172
Hurshmen, Chester 54, 189
Hursig, Jan 52, 91, 108, 216
Hurst, Raymond 216
Hutcheson, George 52,126, 162,
Hyder, Denton 172
Hyder, Janet 216
Iles, Bob 189
Industrial Arts 72. 73
Isbell, Twila 172
lzard, Steve 111, 216
Jackson, Bob 105, 189
Jackson, Wesley 172
Jacobs, Gary 85, 88, 98, 102, 110
Jacobs, Michael 89, 109, 189
Jellries, John 106, 189
James, Norman 28
Jennings, Doug 172
Jensen, Bruce 172
Johns, Kenneth 21, 22,126, 127,
Johnson, Andy 172
Johnson, Barbara 217, 233
Johnson, Charles 65,172
Johnson, Cindy 85
Johnson, Don 126, 189
Johnson, Gary 98, 189
Johnson, Jim 172
Johnson, Larry 189
Johnson, Linda 172
Johnson, Lon 65, 189
Johnson, Mike 217
Johnson, M. 0. 29
Johnson, Sherry 54, 100, 108, 182,
Johnson, Steve 217
Johnson, Ted 163, 189
Jones, Arlene 189
Jones, Craig 152. 153
Jones, Mike 172
Jones, Paula 111,217
Jones, Sheldon 56,132,172
Jones, Wayne 172
Jordinson, Mark 54,217
Karch, Barbara 217
Kassen, Randy 117, 155, 172
Kauflman, Jim 56,11-12,155,172
Kauflman, Raye 63
Keehler, Ted 189
Keeling, Linda 101, 103, 217
Keith, Donna 61, 91, 217
Keller, Kathy 217
Keller, Steve 217
Keller, Stuart 111,217
Kelley, Alan 102, 124, 125,12G, 128,
Kelley, Fred 172
Kelley, Janet 189
Kelley, Mike 190
Kelley, Ronda 63, 104,217
Kelley, Sondra 63, 173
Kelly, Kathy 190
Kelsey, Mark 52, 54, 190
Kemper, Larry 65, 102, 130,217
Kemper, Shirley 111, 217
Kenan, Lynda 190
Kenley, Debbie 111, 217
Kennedy, Bob 105
Kennedy, Robert 132, 173
Kennedy, Sherry 218
Kerrick, Sadie 29
Kesner, Debby 89, 91, 97, 109,217
Keyton, Joann 55, 173
Kidwell, Dennis 173
Kiger, Jack 217
King, Danny 132,173
King, Fred 126, 173
King, Helen 63, 190
King, Kathy 54, 137, 142, 173, 201
King, Linda 173
King, Lucille 35
King, Ranae 43,61,100,169,217,
King, Sue 60, 61, 93, 99, 110, 142,
King, Verna 21
Kinyon, Dennis 173
Kirksey, Anthony 217
Klein, Gary 190
Klick, Curt 97,217
Klingner, Mary 22
Knapp, Rod 218
Knoche, Anne 52, 58, 61, 89, 99, 218
Koon, Karen 173
Koury, Aleah 173
Koury, Patricia 101, 190
Kraft, Jerry 218
Kramer, Dennis 126, 190
Krause, Viola 34
Kresin, Regina 101, 108, 190
Krokstrom, Nancy 173
Krum, Cheri 173
Kubli, Clyde 123
Kuhn, Cindy 90,100,108,173
Kuklenski, Frank 190
Kuklenski, Mary 101,166,173
Kurok, Sybille 218
Lambert, Glenna 63, 190
Lamble, Donna 45, 95, 98, 100, 108,
Land, Margaret 63, 218
Landers, Paula 27
Landreth, Lohman 22
Lane, Terry 173
Lankford, Sherry 31
Larson, Bonnie 164, 173
Latimer Larr 85 111 218
Lung, Andy 191
Luttrell, Mark 191
Lyle, Cecil 33
Lyle, Nancy 219
Lynn, Gayle 61, 89, 191
Maddy, Debi 172, 173
Maggi, Mark 219
Mahafly, Connie 173
Mahafly, Kathy 52
Mallett, Kathy 61,99,191
Malone, Mike 173
Mangels, Rick 89,191
Mann, Larry 78
Manners, Mike 54, 58, 92,219
Manuel, Margaret 54, 100, 191
Markley, Jimmy 219
Markley, Larry 173
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Latimer, Sue90, 100, 108, 173
Laxson, Charlie 89, 98, 190
Laxson, Joe 89, 126, 128, 228
Lawson, Jim 190
Leaf, David 61, 190
e, Benny 191
Martin, Bryan 219
Martin, Gary 191
Martin, Larry 61, 109, 191
Travis 110, 219
Mason, Lon 90,108,219
, Jerry 219
Leaf, Pam 61, 68, 89, 218
Leaf, Shirley 35
Lee, Dave 173
Lee, Sherry 190
Leeper, Gary 173
Leeper, Sharon 63, 173
Leibold, Cindy 52,54,100,190
Leibold, Marcia 173
Leibold, Steve 190
Legglgon-Floyd, Diane 52, 89, 110,
Leighton-Floyd, Janie 173
Leighton-Floyd, Julie 173
Lemasters, Grace 190
Lemen, Carl 218
Leonard, Deborah 190
Lesh, Nancy 100, 173
Lesh, Ralph 79, 89, 106, 107
Lettermen's Club 102
Levingston, Nancy 43, 218
Levitt, Terri 52, 91, 190
Lewis, Jean 86, 104,111,118
Lewis, Kathy 110, 190
Lewis, Wanda 173
Liddle, David 190
Lierman, Terry 132, 173
Leggett, Forrest 110, 173
Liles, Rick 111,218
Lilleston, Cynthia 52, 173
Lindsey, Patty 63, 190
Link, Freddie 190
Link, Jim 190
Link, Ron 89, 218
Literary Arts Seminar 94
Loftis, James 218
Logan, Carla 190
Long, Bob 173
Lotridge, Ann 74,100,116,137,173
Lotridge, Cindy 63, 104, 190
Lotspeich, Kay 104, 158, 169, 219
Love, Gary 52, 54, 58, 190
Lowe, Brian 172, 233
Lowe, Bruce 89, 102, 108, 109, 181,
Lowery, Bruce 22
Lufl, Elvin 12
Luna, Gary 172
Lundquist, Robert 172
Masten, John 111, 219
Masters, Carolyn 89, 219
Masters, Norman 191
Masterson, Donna 191
Masterson, John 174
Mastin, Judy 92, 174
Mathematics 74. 75
Matthews, Nola 52, 58, 94, 97, 99,
105, 140, 191,219
Mattonen, Larry 191
Maudhin, Paula 174
Maus, Jim 126, 191
Mawhirter, Rick 174
McArthur, Greg 191
McBride, Barbara 22, 103
McCarty, Cliilord 61, 219
McCarty, Jo Ann 174
McCarty, John 111,219
McCIeery, Mary 104,191
McClure, Kirk 97,219
McComas, John 174
McConchie, ZoAnn 38, 61, 86, 101
McCormick, Dan 108, 192
McCrary, Reta 86, 101, 174
McDaniel, Pat 219
McDole, Joyce 52, 192
McDole, Lynette 174
McEIhone, James 192
McEntire, Brenda 174
McEntire, Louetta 192
McFadden, Judi 42, 95, 219
McGinness, Heidemarie 22, 110
McGowan, Doug 79
McGuire, Mark 52, 54, 130, 174
McHenry, Bob 22,153
McKie, Rich 219
McKinney, Randy 192
McLain, Chris 44, 94, 220
McLain, Debbie 170,174
McLees, Ollie 35
McMullen, Linda 63,84,101,109,
McMurray, Donna 61, 64, 220
McNamara, Connie 109, 174
McPhaiI, Linda 54,192
McPherson, Ken 108, 192
McQuitty, Mike 220
McVay, Laurie 174
Meador, Tim 174
Meadors, David 105,174
Mengel, Phil 52, 54, 58, 92
Meserve, Nancy 61, 64, 65, 93, 99,
Messick, Cynthia 174
Meyer, Curtis 174
, Bill 93, 102, 109, 126, 128,
Miewes, Agnes 35
Miller, Cheryl 174
Miller, John 192
Miller, Linda 164, 220
Miller, Pam 61, 64, 92, 93, 109, 177,
Miller, Paul 220
Miller, Rick 126, 132,153, 155, 192
Milleson, Twila 104,111, 220
Millikan, Steve 174
Miranda, Mona 63, 220
Mitchell, Phil 61, 105,220
Moflet, Joyce 174
Monroe, Calvin 79, 102, 220
Montalte, Kathy 174
Montes, Melani 60, 61, 192
Montgomery, David 192
Mooney, Linda 61, 110, 220
,Dennis 40, 88, 110, 220
, Jerry 15
Moore, Paul 132, 174
Moreira, Miguel 192
Morgan, Kathy 89, 110, 220
Morgan, Michael 174
Morgan, Norma 192
Morgan, Ted 88, 94, 192
Morris, Jerri 174, 233
Morris, Linda 101, 192
Morton, Robert 192
Mgsier, Don 54, 84, 89, 94, 99, 108,
Moulder, Evadene 63, 192
Moyer, Bill 26
Mueller, Donna 46, 61, 89, 93, 101,
Mulhearn, Vickie 192
Mulloy, Christina 61, 110,220
Munger, Mark 192
Murphy, John 126, 129, 163, 174
Myers, Don 192
Janice 104, 174
Shari 44, 220
Myers, Shelley 94, 174
Debbie 86, 90, 93, 101, 204,
Linda 22, 88
Nance, Bill 111, 221
Nance, Carol 91, 104, 170, 174
Nash, Janet 104, 174
Nash, Randy 192
National Art Honor Society 98
National Forensic League 92
Naughton, John 163, 174
Nauser, Jeanne 23
Nave, Chris 61, 64, 65, 192
Nay, Duane 126, 221
Neal. Richard 174
Nell, Su1i85, 101, 103, 109, 169,
Negaard, Doris 100, 108, 221
Newman, Gail 88, 94, 221
Niccum, Steve 126, 128, 192
Nichols, David 145, 146, 152, 153,
Nichols, Glen 132, 174
Nichols, Peggy 174
Nichols, Penny 174
Nicodemus, Carol 54, 174
Nieweg, Garland 107, 192
Noble, Gary 155, 174
Noland, Gary 174
Noll, Sharon 192
Noll, Steve 88, 90, 175
Norman, Duane 193
Norman, John 56, 126, 128, 174
Norman, Sherri 46, 91, 104, 109,
Norris, Jerry 193
Novak, Chuck 46,110,193
Novak, Sandi 89, 91, 93, 110, 221
Ochs, Bob 132, 163, 174
0'Connor, Neal 153, 193
Odom, Margaret 170, 193
Ogle, Mary Jane 23, 91
0'Hara, Michael 140, 162, 193
Oldenburg, Trudie 221
Olivarez, John 109, 193
Oliver, Pat 108, 126, 193
Olson, Janet 193
Olvera, David 221
0'MaIIey, Rose 193
0'Malley, Teresa 174
One-Act Plays 112. 113
0'Neil, Gerald 193
Orr, Becky 193
Ortiz, Helen 193
Osgood, Jim 174
Osiek, Steve 61, 64, 65, 108, 193
Overturl, Mike 193
Owen, Phil 193
Painter, Cindy 174
PaIms,Shila 63, 193
Parent Teachers Association 17
Paris, Gary 193
Parish, Raleigh 61, 110, 221
Parker, Carol 221
Parker, Debbie 40, 87, 89, 98, 101,
Parker, Sandy 174
Parks, Emory 27, 30
Parks, William 33
Parrett, Deanie 193
Parsley, Elta 32
Patience, Wayne 174
Patrick, Victoria 174
Pats Club 103
Patterson, Annette 47, 110, 194, 233
Patterson, Kenneth 13
Patterson, Rick 174
Patton, David 221
Paxton, Susie 90, 174
Payne, Jim 105, 194
Pearce, Julia 23
Pearson, Jan 92, 174
Peel, Joe 32
Pement, Fred 54, 58, 221
Pement Mike 49, 92, 194
Pence, Gary 194
Pendelton, Dennis 194
Penniston, Diana 109, 174
Penny, Mary 194
Pep Club 100. 101
Pepper, Jeri 174
Perry, Greg 221
Perry, Julie 63, 89, 100, 108, 194
Peters, Joseph 13
Peters, Kenneth 194
Peterson, Jo 34
Peterson, Paulette 90, 101, 194
Pfeifer, Joe 222
Phillips, Belinda 86,101, 108,194
Phillips, Doug C. 111,222
Phillips, Doug R. 54, 59, 61, 64, 65,
Phillips, Larry 174
Phillips, Vicki 52, 53, 110, 175
Physical Education 66
Pietzech, Tom 110, 194
Pi ker, Jerry 222
Pinkston, Marilyn 222
Pinnell, Judy 23
Pitchlord, Barbara 54, 101, 103, 109
Pitts, Lavina 109, 175
Player, Don 222
Player, Irene 194
Ploger, Susan 23, 90
Poe, Mike 111,222
Pollard, Lee 175, 233
Pope, Charles 88, 194, 233
Porter, Brenda 222
Porter, Mike 89, 209,222
Porter, Paula 175
Poteet, Roger 175
Pottker, Ronnie 222
Powell, Lance 94, 102, 140, 141,194
Powell, Mary 100, 194
Premoe, Charles 88, 194
Presnell, Gale 63, 100, 194
Price, Kent 89, 153, 155, 175
Price, Lonnie 102, 222
Pritchard, Donna 52, 54, 92, 222
Prout, Mark 38, 89, 194
Publications Department 42, 43, 44.
Pulliam, Grace 23
Purdy, Phillip 92,175
Pursley, Etta 32
Pyper, Thea 52, 54, 91, 194
Quick, Siebert 61, 64, 194
Quill and Scroll 95
Quint, Leigh Anne 110, 194
Rabon, Joyce 91, 104, 175
Rabon, Judy 111, 222
Ragland, Mary 103, 194
Ragusa, Teresa 35
Ralston, David 52,54,89,99,153,
all, Randy 194
olph, Jim 111,222
Ra pp, Brenda 111
Rash, Tim 194
Rast, Bal 194
Rast, Raymond 111, 222
Raveill, Linda 54, 92, 175
Ray, Mike 222
Raynes, Nancy 175
Reagan, Debbie 100, 175
Reagan, Patti 101, 103, 194
Ream, Doris 22, 23
Rector, Bill 163, 175
Red Cross 87
Reed, Raymond 194
Reed, Richard 175
Reed, Sandy 54, 91, 100, 103,222
Reeves, Cynthia 194
Reichardt, Lee 223, 233
Reill, Barbara 89, 98, 101, 223
Renaud, Mary Sue 23
Reneau, David 86, 111, 223
au, Laura 100, 194
olds, Connie 194
olds, George 175
olds, Sandy 223
olds, Twylene 52, 54, 175
Randy 102, 126, 127, 129, 167,
Rick 132, 175
Sherry 89, 91, 175
Richards, Kathy 175
Richardson, Claudia 91, 104, 194
Richardson, Ellen 63, 175
Richey, Gary 88, 195
Richey, Sharon 110, 175
Rick, Fred 195
Ridings, Sue 24, 104
Ries, Helen 30
Ries, Paula 55, 91, 97, 100, 205, 223
Rightmyer, Marsha 54, 92, 100, 175
Riley, Kathy 223
Rising, Gary 223
Ritchie, Linda 223
Rivera, Ron 105, 126, 195
Rivers, Jerry 175
Rivers, Jim 223
Roach, Doug 195
Roach, Terri 175
Roberts, David 195
Roberts, Karen 101, 103, 195
Roberts, Linda 91, 223
Roberts, Paul 175
Robertson, Clifl 175
Robinette, Connie 223
Robinson, Dayle 54, 223
Robinson, Mary 24, 104
Robinson, Phyllis 52, 195
Robinson, Teresa 61, 177, 195
Robinson, William 24, 139, 140
Robison, Byron 195
Robison, Sharon 56, 175
Rodekopf, Gregg 102,126, 129,223
Rodenberg, Leonard 195
Rogers, Dale 195
Rose, Carol 170, 195
Rose, Russell 88, 102, 110, 223
Rose, Sherry 103, 169, 195
Roth, Alida 175
Rowley, Debbie 195
Rowley, Sandi 195
Roy, Charles 223
Roy, Dorothy 175
Rowe, Grace 24
Ruester, Bob 54, 175
Runyon, Bob 195
Ruoll, Steve 132, 175
Rupe, Mick 126, 129, 204, 222
Russell, Duane 163,195
Russell, Gary 175
Russell, James 195
Russell, Sylvia 223
Ryhurn, Tom 163
Rynearson, Rod 52, 58, 175
Sallee, Marise 35
Salter, Cheryl 91, 224
Salyer, Janice 177, 224
Sanders, Vicki 91, 100, 195
Sa ppenlield, Christine 175
Sartwell, Dennis 175
Sartwell, Terrie 61, 64, 65, 91, 224
Sasser, Stan 224
Saunder, Susan 175
Saunders, Gay 175
Savage, Jane 85, 100, 195
Schaaf, John 224
Schaberg, Gharett 56, 107, 117, 175
Schaefer, Merle 28
Scharnhorst, Darlene 195
Schauer, Sheila 61, 65, 93, 104, 224
Scheier, Tom 195
Schell, Juda 24, 47, 93
Scherer, Ginny 63, 175
Schilpp, Jeanne 175
Schneikart, Marilyn 110, 196
Schnetzer, Barbara 175
Schnetzer, David 224
Schnetzer, Glenda 224
Schotl, Ken 52, 54, 109.224
Schondolmeyer, Dana 90, 101, 108,
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Schonfeldt, Diane 63, 175
Schonfeldt, John 111 224
Schooling, Richard 196
Schrik, Al 25, 90
Schulemberg, Beverly 176
Schulenberg, Edward 224
Schulenberg, Mrs. LeeRoy 12
Schumaker, Bruce 153, 196
Snell, Ben 197
Snell, Bob 176
Snell, Lee 105
Snowden, Carol 100, 108, 197
Snowden, Clay 25, 102, 132,146,
Social Studies 76. 77
Soloman, Stephen 52, 54, 197
Schupback, Kent 196
Schutz, Bill 176
Schwarz, Doug 224
Science 78, 79
Science Club 106
Sciortino, Roberta 176
Mary Diane 176
scan, Nancy 63, 89, 176
Searcy, Namon 126, 128, 162,225
Sears, Martha Jane 28
Seaton, Celia 55,94, 101, 225
r, Don 176
r, Janice 108,196
Sedge, Frances 103, 176
Seek, Kathy 176
rs, Charles 196
Gary 58, 84,145,146, 153,
Kim 52, 92,176
Sophomore Band 56. 57
Spanish Club 109
Sparks, Bill 197
Sparks, Lee 176
Sparks, Linda 197
Carol 49, 85, 91, 92, 101,
Karen 63,97, 110, 225
Squires, Bill 176
Squires, Lavetta 104, 197
Squires, Sharon 197
Seidel, John 84, 88, 93, 102, 107,
Selder, Joyce 176
Selvey, Peggy 63, 196
Semrau, Jennifer 110, 196
Setchfield, Phil 52, 54, 91, 92, 176
Seward, Diana 25
Sexton, Ed 225
Shahan, Ronnie 111, 225
Shakespeare, David 130, 161, 225
Shannon, David 96, 225
Sharon, Dorothy 30
Sharp, Clark 196
Sheddrick, Steve 196
Sheehy, Nan 170,176
Sheele, Robert 24, 77
Shelton, Dee 196
Shelton, Judy 109, 176
Shelton, Terra 108, 196
Shemwell, Donna 90, 196
Sherman, Kim 52, 54, 196
Shineman, Peggy 54, 91, 109, 196
Shinn, John 25
Shirk, Evelyn 176
Shirky, Annette 44, 86, 101, 115,
Shoaf, David 176
Shoat, Doug 196
Shore, Kathy 63, 176
Shrout, Howard 176
Shumaker, Karen 196
Simpson, Kaipo 61, 64, 65,196
Simpson, Nancy 52, 101,108,196
Simpson, Pam 91, 100, 104, 109,
Simpson, Tom 176
Sincox, Kent 92, 102, 126, 128, 132,
Skinner, Vicki 91, 176
Skouse, John 86, 196
Slade, Jack 61,225
Slade, Linda 90, 163, 176
Slayton, Eric 90, 176
Slayton, Teresa 63, 170, 225
Smalley, Chris 93,225
Staflord, Kathy 100, 101, 103, 169,
Staley, Gretchen 89, 101, 176
Staley, Steve 102, 140, 224
Stanfield, Gordon 126, 128, 162, 224
Stanley, Barbara 63, 176
Stanley, Judy 224
Stark, Elma 17
Stark, Kathy 52, 54, 92, 109, 197
Starnes, Mary 197
Staves, Dave 102, 197
Steele, Janice 54, 197
Steele, Sharon 52, 91, 101, 104, 108,
Stephens, Gene 198, 233
Stephens, Kerri 111, 224
Stevens, Helen 198
Stewart, Buel 25
Stewart, Chuck 198
Stewart, Richard 198
Stobart, Susan 198
Stokes, Donna 198
Stone, Brenda 176
Stone, Richard 176
Stoneman, James 176
Storms, Dave 176
Stowell, Dennis 176
Strait, Karen 110, 198
Strung Quartet 58
StudentCounciI 82, 83. 84. 85. 86
Sturges, Robert 89, 226
Sullivan, Kathy 101
Su mey, Coralie 226
Sutherland, Brenda 226
Swezey, Marlene 198
Swift, James 132, 176
Sword, Rod 198
Sword, Steve 126, 130,226
Talbot, Norman 56, 176
Talcott, Dave 43, 89, 226
Talcott, Marty 89, 102, 107, 138,
,Barbara 61, 90,196
Barbie 90, 196
Smith, Cheryl 176
, David 79, 176
, Debbie 225
, Dennis 89, 107, 126, 127,
,Fonda 100, 197
, Gerry 225
,Janet 54, 196
,Kathy 89, 92, 176
, Kelly 54, 197
, Mark 225
, Mike 176
, Mike 197
,Richard 89, 107,225
, Steve 176
,Susi 63, 100, 108, 197
son, Becky 101, 197
Smokewood, Gary 197
ger, David 111, 225
Snedeger, Susan 63. 197
Tann, LaJuana 226
Taylor, Bill 140, 176
Taylor, Carol 176
Taylor, Genevieve 198
Taylor, lrene 63, 101, 104, 226
Taylor, Kay 63, 101, 198
Taylor, Paula 176
Taylor, Robert 226
ova, Anthony 198
ova, Jim 176
Testerman, Linda 198
Thomas, Bacil 33
Thomas, Kathy 52, 108, 198
Thomas, Pam 9, 176
Thomas, Richard 177
Thomas, Steven 226
Thompson, Cheryl 177
Thompson, Cindy 177
Thompson, Deb 198
Thompson, Jackie 93, 226
Thompson, John 177
Thompson, Leonard 162, 198
Thompson, Tommy 198
Thompson, Venita 177
Thorne, Don 226
Thorne, Peggy 89, 177
Tiereney, Dennis 177
Timm, Pam 198
Timme, Cheryl 61, 226
Tindall, Shelley 226
Tinney, Randy 173,177
Tippin, Freda 35
Tittle, Debbie 61, 64, 184,226
Tittle, Diana 198
Tittle, Linda 100, 177
Titus, Vicky 115,143,198
Todd, Steve 198
Tompkins, Steve 177
Tonyan, Ron 153, 198
Trader, Vicky 177
Trent, Jim 198
Trimble, Diana 63, 177
Trimble, Janet 226
Trowbridge, Larry 52, 92, 177
Truitt, Carolyn 63, 198
Truitt, Marilyn 63, 198
Trumpet Trio 58
Tuck, Beverly 63, 198
Tucker, John 126, 130,226
Turk, Denise 52, 54, 177
Turner, Harold 198
Turner, Vycki 226
Twente, Ronnie 110, 177
Ulshafer, Bill 177
Utterback, Janice 84, 90, 101, 108,
Vader, Karen 177
Valleau, Gary 102, 126, 130
Vandaveer, Debbie 198
VanFIeet, David 177
VanFleet, Ruth 34
Van Kirk, Janet 91, 108, 198
Van Kirk, Marsha 86,91,100,101,
Vannattan, Robert 177
Van Tassel, Susan 199
Varsity Band 54, 55, 59
Verdict, Claudia 170, 199
Vermillion, David 177
Via, Kathy 177
Via, Paula 177
Via, Virginia 199
Vickers, Bobbie 91, 100, 104, 109,
Villers, Rick 199
Vivian, Linda 54, 169
Voth, Larry 56, 155, 177
Wade, Mary Kay 52, 110, 199
Wadkins, Lynne 177
Wagener, Alice 54, 89, 91, 101, 227
Waggoner, Don 61, 199
Wagner, Mike 132,177
Wagner, Peggy 199
Walker, Bill 177
Walker, Jan 177
Walker, Joyce 177
Walkinshaw, Dave 178
Wallace, Dennis 177
Wallace, Lorraine 177
Waller, Ken 227
Walraven, Edna 111, 227
Walters, Cindy 92, 100,108,199
Ward, David 227
Ward, Greg 52, 54, 199
Ward, Ken 54, 199
Warner, Cheryln 98, 169, 227
Warner, David 109, 110
Warner, Terese 90, 177
Warren, Carol 45, 93, 112, 170,227
Warren, Janet 199
Waterworth, Paula 91, 109, 177
Watkins, Robert 227
Watts, David 177
Weatherford, Harriett 25
Webb, Steve 132, 177
Weber, Kirk 126, 130, 163, 200
Webster, David 177
Wederski, Carol 227
Weeks, Marcy 61,101, 108, 200
Weisbach, Phil 177
Welborn, Don 25
Welch, Richard 227
Welch, Teresa 177
Weller, Janet 101, 177
Weller, Lynda 111, 227
Wells, James 227
Welsh, Larrv 200
Wente, Mike 200
West, Andy 94,227
West, Cindy 227
West, Marcus 177
Westerield, Diane 52, 177
Westerfield, Sharon 52,227
Westergard, Chris 49, 92, 200
Whisler, Lawrence 25
White, Bev 63, 200
White, Charla 227
White, Charles 25,72
White, Genger 89, 92, 100, 177
White, Pam 200
White, Richard 102, 126, 130,200
White, Robert 177
Whitehead, Mark 54,132, 178
Whitehead, Mike 49, 89, 92, 97, 224
Whiting, Debbie 101, 178
Whitney, Richard 200
Wiggins, Marty 178, 233
Wilcox, Karen 228
Wilds, Mary 178
Wildschuetz, Carl 79, 228
Wiley, Bill 200
Wiley, Rex 107,200
Wiley, Russ 16
Wilkerson, Linda 178
Wilkinson, John 102, 126, 130, 146,
147, 153, 157,228
Wilkinson, Lynn 91, 92, 178
Willard, Rex 200
Williams, Brent 89, 101, 228
Williams, Dale 228
Williams, Janice 228
Williams, Ken 178
Williams, Lorene 200
Williams, Robert 178
Williams, Steve 45, 84, 102,126,
Willis, Brenda 200
Willis, Joanne 200
Willis, Kathy 52, 61, 228
Willoughby, Ken 200
Willoughby, Randall 200
Wilmoth, Diana 101, 104, 108,228
Wilson, Charley 61,200
Wilson, Joyce 178
Wilson, Karen 100, 108, 200
Wilson, Mark 178
Wilson, Ronald 178
Wilson, Sandra 25
Wilson, Scott 228
Wilson, Wanda 104, 200
Wingate, Paula 100,200
Winkler, Randall 71, 105, 178,233
Winsor, Pamela 178
Wiss, Eddie 126, 130,228
Wiss, James 178
Witthar, Nora 21, 25
Woirhays, Alice 31
Wolf, Brenda 52, 178
Wolf, Ronald 200
Wood, Dale 200
Wood, Gary 200
Wood, Robert 200
Woods, Connie 100,169, 178
Woods, Janelle 101,228
Woods, Mike 163,200
Woods, Raliegh 52, 88, 228
Woodward, Jon 200
Woodward, Reta 35
Wooldridge, James 200
Woolery, Ron 178
Woolery, Sally 30
Woolf, Tommy 178
Workman, Harry 54,110,228
Worth, Bill 73, 89, 119,228
Wrestling 160, 161
Wright, Connie 178
Wright, Thomas 102,126, 130
Wrigley, Piper 83, 84, 228
Wyss, Mickey 155, 178, 233
York, Barry 86, 228
York, Judy 200
Young, Gary 96, 97, 146, 153, 201,
Young, John 228
Zaner, Mary 63,228
Zellmer, Jim 111,228
Zumbrunnen, Karen 178
Zumwalt, Jean 61, 64, 65, 93, 99,
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