Truman High School - Heritage Yearbook (Independence, MO)

 - Class of 1970

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X zz . -, J .2 - -V V g - .,...,.i.......-.........,....,..,,.,.?.....-...,,..,. .,,,...,....-.uumxu-V-ir--www-gmy,z5vm Administrators regulate school policies Dr. Guy Carter Superintendent of Schools - .. , wexanmmmrflwwqqqaagqgg - . s . The Board of Education, elected by Inde- pendence voters, reviewed problems concern- ing the public school system. Headed by Mr. George Berkemeier, presi- dent, members selected Dr. Guy Carter as su- perintendent of schools. Mr. Edward Shelton, director of secondary instruction, Mr. Emory Parks, deputy superintendent, and Mr. Paul Landers, assistant superintendent in charge of business services, assisted Dr. Carter. Responsibilities designated to Dr. Carter in- cluded preparing the budget for the school system, formulating plans for the construction of new buildings and administering the policies set forth by the group. Dr, Carter received his B.S. in Education from Southwest Missouri State College. He obtained his master's and doctorate from the University of Missouri. Prior to serving as superintendent, Dr. Guy Carter taught elementary and high school classes and served as a high school principal. . Mr. Emory Parks ' Deputy Superintendent ....w.vr..,,...,-,.-..--.. . -- BOARD OF EDUCATION - Mr. joseph Peters, Mr. Elvin Luff, Mr. George Berkemeier, Mr. Kenneth Patterson, Mrs. Tom Buck- ley, Mrs. Lee Roy Schulenberg. r 3 . Mr. Edward Shelton ,MV PHU'LHf1defS Director of Secondary Education Asslstam SUPef'f1fef1denf 13 PTA, Booster Club support MR. RUSS WILEY, president of Booster Club, takes time to collect mail. DURING BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT, Mr. Shinn explains new au- dio-visual equipment to parents. HUMOR uvENs UP Back-ro-school Night: 14 -f Q ,Zeik-4.x:14gn.f - f.g4m-:g.i.-:q4'f--- ,H u m . Truman activities Parent-Teacher Association and Booster Club strived to promote parent participation in school activities. The PTA sponsored Open House, a chili supper, school mixers and the senior prom. Booster Club provided pop and fruit for team members after each game. They also sponsored Parent's Night and the All- Sports Banquet. This year's officers for PTA included Mrs. Er- lena Reneau, president, Mrs. Kenneth Taylor, first vice president, Mrs. Richard Evans, second vice president, Mrs. Eugene Thorne, recording secretary, Mrs. Nott Meloy, treasurer, and Mrs. Raymond Harmon, historian. Mr. Russ Wiley, president, Mr. Howard Brian, vice president, Mr. Richard Miller, sec- ond vice president, Mrs. Francis Rogers, secre- tary, Mrs. Ken Cornelius, treasurer, and Mrs. Russell Hisle, historian served as 1969-70 offi- cers of Booster Club. These organizations worked closely with school administrators and students. Families belonged to either or both groups, which helped to narrow the gap be- tween teachers, students and parents. Mrs. Earlena Reneau PTA President PARENTS SIGN UP for membership at Open House 1 5 I :os MR. BROWN APPROVES Sheldon jones' plans for future Student MR, SNOWDEN CHECKS files and records as part ofhig Council meetings. d ' ' ' ' uties as vice principal. Clay Snowden assumes duties as Truman's AT THE START of the day Mr Snowden Mr Brown and Mr Moore go over schedules and discuss school problems 16 ' 1 - , . . . ze--4--1:.-1-.ml-f-::a44x."..' ME.: +13 ee-2-.-'rJe.w.fbrqwizxizfqauqa: . 64 -- . . -- s f , ,, , ,- ,. ,, , , ,. V -- A-----'--M - - of his 's MR. MOORE TAKES a break from his busy schedule to have coffee at a PTA meeting. new vice principal Mr. LeRoy Brown, principal, and Mr. jerry Moore, vice principal, gained a new associate this year, Mr. H. Clay Snowden, former coach and teacher, shared duties with Mr. Moore as one of Truman High School's two vice principals. Mr. Brown, Mr. Moore and Mr. Snowden strived to improve communication with stu- dents. The three offered their time and services to interested students seeking advice, informa- tion and opinions. Besides increased communication with stu- dents, Mr. Brown aimed for additional im- provements at Truman. He continually evaluat- ed various instructional programs offered in terms of student need and community expectations. In addition to disciplinary supervision, Mr. Moore and Mr. Snowden worked toward the development of more school pride. Mr. Brown attained his M.A. at the university of Missouri at Kansas City. Mr. Moore acquired his M.S. and Mr. Snowden received his M.A. from the University of Missouri at Columbia. All three principals interested themselves in various sports activities as well as secondary school administration this year. .Jw PREPARING TO LEAVE, Mr. Brown, principal, keeps busy with many meetings outside school. K. 17 y Teachers assist students in academics ., ..- ....,,, .. ,-.. -,,. . .w. .1 Teachers ... Strived to instill student pride .. and pride in school ... Teachers Encouraged Patriot involvement listened to the inexperienced voices . . . directed students toward constructive careers . . . l 5 Teachers Cheered Truman victories .. l shared the defeats ... ' 1 Teachers ... Laughed at the practical jokes ... I struggled with disruptive forces . . . 1 Mr. Kingdon Anderson, Miss Carol Bliss, , B'A'Engl'Sh lv M S'COunSe or Teachers ... Provided the basis for learning l ... for future goals. Mrs. Rosemary Boetjer, Mr. Loren Booth, Mr. james Bowman, MF- l-Ol-IFS Bfalffyf M.A., English II B.S., World History B.S., Physics, M.S., Art I Physical Science l l l l l l l l l l Mrs. Ruth Brown, Mr. William Clark, Mrs. Mary Clements, Mr. Ronald Clemons, B.S., Latin I, ll M.A., World History B.S., Spanish l, lll, lV M.A., Publications, journalism 18 fi - ',,', 1 . V. , ,,,. 1. . fe - -, Q isa., -,i.5s .5 'J Kf 4 's TEACHERS RELAX WITH a warm cup of coffee and friends after a hectic day of school. Mr. Kenneth Cline, Mrs. Pallas Cockefair, MF- D00 Coffman, MF- George C05k9Yf M.S., Visiting A.B., English IV, B.S., Driver M.S., Counselor Teacher Literature IV Education . ,Nfl t if f E ' Q4 X 5? w if . W4 . Q pf . 1 f ,Q fa' ' jf 'ff ' ' A'-i W. 7 Q 5, ' . V M ,I .M -Q 1.2 W ,fl ' 'ffyaw "?"ffHWg f - T. - 0 TW," ,Ffh gg? . 2-y af, . f V773 . T3 , ' , ' ' " ' 'SL Wifsifui' - ff, '. 1 41, . ,ff -Va 1 , , K 2 tg, 4 fs f x Nxt C Kg ln J fy, X ., ,Q 2 , Q, K, n at ' J .- . ,X 4 ,, M ii ff. ,-.- lfiwggf, 1 ' ' X5-ff all 'f .6 va Pai F 'Is 1. J ' zu:-mi fain -.,.j: gi' ..:gif?E4"Q'T,-Q.: 129-.'r.::: :.m:1: 4.9 .52 tgigkssisigiifggigg , -,:,,..x.,..a.,u 1, .-sy . , SQ-':w:nw-Q .,, pa- gf 3225.1-ysywfffg., 1 awHm.153z..i,'Q-:.:5E1..4 fgiismiifflca-as . Mr. Lawrence Cook, Mr. Norman Cox, Mr- Edmond D2lVidS0f1, Mrs. Barbara Day, M.Ed. Distributive M.A.,Trigonometry, M.A., American History B.S., English Ill V - G h Education Math Analysis GOSVHP Y 19 i Mr. Thomas Demark, Mr, jack DeSelm5, B.A., Driver Education' M,S,, Vocational MRS. SHACKELFORD CHECKS new supplies for the library. Dfaftingr Drafting H 9991197 7' be 6' ima,-L Wir: ar wig, 4' 7 1, -if u A f 'MZ' .z ,if:ffQii1+ufrI,rg93q' Willem- fa: 'r ' i A ' - E ,. fgLjVyj.'f, .nyhwkj ' -, - r ini-fiigffHfgarmH 1 - ' Mr. jerry Dinsmore, Mr. Phillip Dunham, Mr, jim Dyer, Mr. Robert 1. Felling, M.S., General Biology B.A., Vocal Music B.A., World History M.Ed., Physical Education f Advanced Biology Mrs. Merideth Francis, Mr. Larry Gale, Mr. Everett O. Haney, Mr. john Henderson, B.S., English Ill . B.S,,Wood I M.A., Dramatics M.S., American History 20 Mr. Peter Hile, B.S., German l, Il Physical Education Mrs. Marilyn Holland, Mr. Laurel Hobick, M.A., Driver Education Mr. Floyd Hubble, B.S., Clerical Practice, M.S., American History, Typing I Missouri History iiiij ' i . , i,'iir 44 P P r . L ,V,, ML i :tX1,',, M iii! , K ,,,, V L Q effv?f2fiffisfffszsf ' 11 154 " 1 Q ,emiiiiifizaiifizal Mr. Ike Hulver, Mr. Al Hunter, M.S., World History Wood Il, Photography orman james directs all athletic activities lp 1 E fi 'J MR. NORMAN IAMES arranges games between schools. pac Mr. Gerald jackson, Mrs. Karen jackson, Mrs. Rhea Kalhorn, Mr. Mike Kassen, B.S., Commerce B.S., American History A.B., Contemporary B.S., Biology, Issues, World History Physical Education Teachers relax at after-school reception ,.:,f,..,,, L Mr. Arthur Kelley, Mrs. Verna King, Mrs. jane'Knipschild, Mrs. Mary Sue Layton 'B.S., Agriculture B.S., Physical Education M.S., Audio-Visual B.S., English Il I Librarian Mrs. Nancy Lewis, Mr. Ray Maher, Mrs. lanice Malott, Mrs. Marian Manuel, B.S., American History B.S., Driver Education B.S., Art l, ll B.S., Shorthand, Basic Business 22 .me,af.wma.ema1qe-Ru:.Qwn+-a:q ,ae --- ... .. . .. F -- ,, , .., ,... , .- Miss judith Martasin, Mr. Charles McCain, Mrs. Mary Ann Mr. Bob McHenry, M.Ed., Counselor B.S., Drafting I McGovern, M.S., Physical Education B.S., Foods, Family Living I 5 fzfs l is 'ffl Mr. Clark Mefford, B.S., Typing Mrs-5 Linda Nagle, B.Sg, English III WHILE ENIOYING REFRESHMENTS, faculty members socialize at after-school reception. 23 l Dr. johnson supervises musical productions M mpg N 'ff , Mr. Charles Naudet, Mr- Charles Nelson, B.S., Geometry, B.S., Chemistry, Computer Math Functional Math 'E' Mr. Charles Price, Mrs. Doris Ream, B.S., Counselor M.S., Sociology DR. JOHNSON PLANS music programs for area schools. V Mrs. Casildz'Rice, Mrs. Mary Robinson, Mrs. Roselee Scherer, Mr. Albert Schrik, B.A., Spanish I B.S., Tailoring, B.S., Art l, lll, lV B.S., Terminal Math, Home Economics Algebra I 24 fu... mmreeuizaexxfswngaea -- ,4,R,,,,, ., . . L ,, ,.- ... fismxi-flag Mrs Marilyn Shackelford BS Librarian Mrs Martha lane Sears R N School Nurse .fav Miss Karen Seward Mr. john Shinn B.S. Typing M.A. Commerce I MM, . I in Mrs. Linda Stephens, MV- Buell 5ieW-Plfl, B.A., EI1gllSl'l ll M-S-1 C'e0metrY1 Algebra II Mr Merle Shaffer Mrs Grace Shaver M S Visiting M A Geometry Teacher Algebra I Mrs. Mary Sidwell Mr. james Simmons A.B. French B.S. Metals I Architectural Drafting MR. DESELMS EXPLAINS the fundamentals of drafting tostudent l X Mr. Steve Swigert, Mr. james Talbott, Mrs. Leslie Van Biber, Miss Harriett M.A., Algebra l, B.S., Psychology B.A., Dramatics, Weatherford, Terminal Math English Il M.A., Algebra ll Secretaries aid Truman administrators Mrs. Irma Wehner, Mr. Don Welborn, Mr. L. A. Whisler, B.S., Clerical M.S., Band, B.S., Speech, Practice, Secretarial Orchestra Debate Practice Mrs. Sandra Wilson, Mrs. Carolyn Wrinkle, Mrs. Sheila Wyss, B.S., English ll B.S., Typing B.S., Physical Education 26 ' --f-1'!m!riR'i?zxk14r:J:+:4a+n:nGl-6-'Sa " " "' ' 'S' e ' - Mr. Charles White, M.S., Machine Shop, Metals 'tv' Af Mrs. Claudi-a Young, B.S., Bookkeeping . .:a,sa+.s.-.s.a.aQa.uL..- x..:.:-.c::. ..,.,, Q52 3 ' F f g .L Mrs. Sherry Lankford, Attendance Secretary. A - ws' mi., ' .t get f , RN J Na- .1:'1:2-,IJ3f:.lx?K ' F .-I--1?iE:::... - writ .. . ':!Z2!::,1-g::r. -ff,--3.. tr- . naw-,M rf"'2'2fr:f1f::2ii :sims f , .1 ,.:, -- 21"-?::::. , W'-N ngizvfx K , A L ... ,.-, --, ...:..-nw 111.-5:-21, - s ' -rw:--:.T!!f.. ram! 'Z' ' ,.5:.5g.-in-,,, V. .....!.-yzzrzgrq .Hx . n2ug2...I2b6. an 'QCCCQ-Yau'-..ZT.TN:i4-:gt ' 55. 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' ' uw., H ..- OFFICE STAFF SPENDS hours fulfilling duties at Truman. ir. Mrs. Mary Holliday, Principal's Secretary. 27 Maintenance, Cafeteria workers acquire lc l Front Row: Glenna Cooper, Ollie McLees, Shirley Leaf, Bar- bara McClain, Velma Ewing, Viola Krause, Lois Edmondson Velma Hedges, Second Row: Lois Bridges, Mayne Crawfordi Betty Hayes, Theresa Ragusa, Freda Tippin, Bunny Christen 2. , l sen, Helen Antonio, Dorothy Athon, Geraldine Reed, Shir- ley Shellhorn, Floyd Smith, Back Row: Irene Masek, lrene Williams, Eileen Hays, Patricia Reagan, Rita Woodward. "'H"'- '1.1"v't efa,FZ4r-',f155A'S1"71lYf 'T - ' -ftfi i Tiff! 2 . . ' 'V:35:.l'1V Sl KEEPING THE GlRL'S locker room clean involves Mrs. Mary Pursley as she carries out her duties as matron. MANY DAYS, THE cafeteria serves close to 1700 students-. 28 . -V-4..i4,,. 4:4 azz.: ein' an-aw' -.-X x-arnswa1i:'z1:u.m:s+f.wGn:g.u: f f" ' - ' ,,m . Q, -.,,,,, .,,, ,.. nh. new responsibilities With increased enrollment this year at Tru- man, cafeteria and maintenance workers ac- quired additional duties. Mrs. Lois Bridges, Truman's new cafeteria manager, hired three new cooks supplement- ing her staff of 24 to assist her with lunch room responsibilities. Cashiers, cooks and dishwash- ers kept busy serving 1,730 students in four 20 minute lunch groups. The maintenance department, headed by Mr. Lee Austin, also hired three people. Tru- man added a full-time man, a third floor custo- dian and a maintenance mechanic, who tend- ed tothe building property and its operation. The seven general custodians dealt with the various problems that arose daily in addition to their regular duties. Working with the custodi- ans, Mrs. Mary Pursley began each morning at 7:00, conducting her duties as school matron. 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'rgwli ,K i mi .V it -ik i i ?1 f .g l i t " ,J 1, ' ,S W WSVE 1 ,gg i ts f vim aff -? if if -'L ' ' f f J 'R y"' re?-N 9- fa t T x .F 'mx ., Q . 'I ir' l A J 14, f.'?""' f , -'J 2 L gtiffsfs' K F mfs QW. wtf-r 3 ' 6, . l fl 4 gg 1- -1' , 5 aw sg f- ' li 71, ". ,I - 1-s " QQQSQLT 13. sfiiiil l l l, I l ll ll i l .5 , fi l 'l ll l ,I tl l ll Ti rm:-m r.t.f-regssmvcaemu-x: fi1-zvszsmzmzazwscmnnwnmfwfm.wQsf.wy1w-merawww-sm.,a.m.m..W. ...,..,..,..t,... Library program inst .THE itfgfgfi 3? l fitfrw ra fri A. 3 lllig lrphvwaasr 345333 2 rat me Hims. vs. Mann vs. Natura vs. God ofCor OVERHEAD PROIECTORS SUPPLEMENT students and teachers in class lectures and discussions. 32 : .V sa-1 ssffaaekaeuaerafgfdt.-Sn:s.:..::a . .-- itutes new center Developed through the library program, a resource center aided English courses. A new system of cataloguing equipment and materials made the center readily available to teachers and students. A plug-in telephone with an amplifier en- abled classes to obtain speakers. This device proved beneficial for it permitted pupils to talk with experts unable to visit Truman. Four listening booths, equipped with stereo headphone 'sets and projectors, supplemented English ll's study of English language usage. English lll classes highlighted a basic Ameri- can literature study with single concept films, overhead projectors and a large supply of transparencies. Arranged according to subject matter, 50 filmstrip and record sets allowed English lV students to gain a better understanding of liter- ature and composition. T ln addition to new equipment, English cours- es utilized over 800 films rented annually. MRS. FRANCIS STRIKES a typical pose during class. f--' A H.-.-..,+fsw9.f,az:.1..ss,,.. 5 ag.-.. f NEW LISTENING BOOTHS provide English students with a variety of filmstrip and record sets. ,.--' 1" Mi f., J ggq, , "fi 474 nh, , , K ' UL 2 ' ,, i as --Q. tdri M is ' ' J - , 0 1 , , 4, X 35? M T . ,Q ' fZf3ff.iJ:,f',5m L N-.M STUDENTS EXCHANGE DIFFERENCES of opinion while carrying on a group diSCUSSiOf1in EnSli5h H' C'-1155 33 ,, , ,WH ,, , ,,,, , .. , V. ,A , -,,,-A-, , A--mg dn' , -V 1 Ai A P 1 1 S W :.,,, ,. .-.- .-,v. N----U ----- - -4-- ----- ----- -,----,--l3---I:,-L:,u-:,1fT,1L7--- ------- 1 --- ---- Ly- ---- -- ---- ------- - Y 7- -- ----v- ---i.. --- ---- - --vv-Uv.-...-n..K..m-V .,,.,.WV V-f-71-v . .-Q4 ' - -- - Debate entails investigation, organization "Resolved: Congress should prohibit unilat- eral United States Military intervention in for- eign countries." Chosen by the National Fo- rensic League, this subject served as the debate topic. Debating entailed many hours of research, planning and organization as both affirmative and negative cases on the proposition required investigation. Not knowing which side they would support until the day of the tournament, debaters needed to understand both sides of the argument. information from periodicals, pamphlets and books broadened the student's knowledge of current events. Clear, logical thinking and the ability to re- late facts and ideas to the audience served as the basis forjudging. Debaters also participated in original orato- ry, extemporaneous speaking and dramatic interpretation competition. Various tourna- ments held at area schools gave students the opportunity to apply classroom fundamentals andtechniques. FLOYD FINCH ESTABLISHES the affirmative side of his case. NOTE CARDS PROVIDE an easy reference when determining questionable facts of rebuttal and conclusion. p Dramatists gain new instructors, methods The dramatics department gained two new instructors this year. Mr. Everett Haney and Mrs. Leslia Van Biber introduced several new methods in theatrical arts at Truman. Truman's first production of the year, "All My Sons," employed new concepts in stage design. Casting, centered around the under study system, allowed more students the op- portunity to gain valuable acting experience. Dramatics students learned how to commu- nicate with their audience through pantomine, oral interpretation, facial expression and voice variation. Pantomine helped students overcome stage fright permitting them to portray believable characters. Beginning actors developed vocal variety, enunciation and poise through the in- terpretation of poems and plays. Through improvisations, students acquired the ability to think on their feet. Utilization of motivating forces aided the audience to identi- fy with the characters. Field trips during the year enabled students to attend various productions throughout the greater Kansas City area. Plays attended by stu- dents included "Man from La Mancha" and "Spoon River Anthology." SCENE CUTTINGS ENCOURAGE student interpretation of plays ,- .t,,, 'ik jr, , , R 6 1 tit 9 g, f y. ., .. .. ., V 1 W " r N t--' l 1-fi P ff' it - t t s if , H s s T lx H ,L r Q. Q if , MR. HANEY DEVOTES a great deal of class time to lecture, emphasizing the importance of learning dramatic techniques. 36 ai- as .-at.nf,ra1::-,-::1u4::x.-.areas-L.-,.V-aw-m f1:asip.s,. x,.,.,.g..,.e --,, - Grganization, delivery essential in speech RENEE COX LEARNS the importance of logical thinking and organiza- tion in the preparing and delivery of her speeches. Speech I students developed skills in organization and delivery of speeches. Logical and critical thinking in speech pres- entation exemplified a definite challenge for these speakers. Students in their second year of speech, organized information and knowledge gained through two years of study and ap- plied it toward their major assignment of the year, the formation of an orginal oration. Current issues provided the fundamen- tals for extemporaneous speaking. This required hours of study and research for extemp. speakers. Essential rules in speech presentation included poise, ennunciation, projection and appropriate gestures. Speech I and II students intensified their study in oratory presentation through the guidance of Mr. L. A. Whisler, speech instructor. . Q Q ' sr .W vi ' gf, I "iii ' .fl 521-3 ft sf fag .fav I-fa it y .r 'mf' ,, , V ,,Kw. ,E 'f-V rjri,2+gfiNE , sk ,fr- -' ,V t, gszzfzggrgy .f K.. X A bi. ' .tr-'W WE 'Sz "' - ' ' 55- '1' vi ...silt , at INTERPRETATIVE READING DEVELOPS Steve KenIey's expression. 37 I t 94 a E' 7 Q 3 . f 15 1 . I I F V l I Il' I U li- If iw , , is 1 'Zig :fi .,.,I itil I is I -.24 I I lar: Few: I L I Iwi, 11: I rtqfi. QIEEERE TSW? infill ,!., I Hgh I I,-1 I: I Ig.: I I' lilo 215334: yigfili 'I il -V I' ' 'u ll ' ll il . Ir ll , :i, ,I ne w ,. I i ll ' II T, We il I I I Ii I 4 ll I li I I ll I I I i 5 I I iall all I 'I 'lil I El li- Ziill I gif: f fill 'I all all 1 vi II l EQ tl I ,+ l "2 IQJIQI Il . ,I III ,Il lf I ll I Ili ,, 3 'I I: I 5 I I I 'lf I I It ll f Ill , . ' I II I ll .i It II l Ll' ' II' I xl In I-. l l Q If Il I III 1 I Foreign language instructors incorporate SPANISH CLASSES PARTICIPATE in a strike which gives them the opportunity to apply foreign words. MARY ANNE HOSS listens intently to language tapes. rf- LATIN STUDENT, DON HOWES, practices verb conjugation .x-...il v1k'41.1zrkuuw1,11it1hRli3ukQ:h1znS4s rm:'.- - ' .xh ' 1" .g,VL.z,.- gr- : ' ,J visual aid facilities Foreign language teachers utilized tapes, filmstrips, and a new eight-person headset in classes this year. Tapes recorded in different languages helped students with comprehension, conver- sation and language drills. Teachers also applied the eight-person head- set in class to assist students practicing conver- sations and language exercises. Films and filmstrips gave students a better understanding of countries, their history and their people. ln addition, pupils received a bet- ter interpretation of their language by listening to various native speakers employed in films and filmstrips. Teachers spoke in the studied language to second year students, allowing little English used in the classroom. This offered an oppor- tunity for additional practice. Q . ,, . M. if -sf fm 2 ' 'fi , E, ,. ' X. , , , , l,. ..s,.,,,., . CHERYL MFLLER CONCENTRATES on major class assignment . I. r 5 . USING THE EIGHT-PERSON headset, French students prepare for oral conversations and language exercises. 39 I l ' V L . T l' , lf? .gg iii: fail Y -.275 l" :Gt V-Y, P43 t , :Ia vw xl A, its T 5595 :M J,' is? 3,5179- A P2512 T l'--Q' 1,, 1 i f ' 1 lv-M 35, 1, TR E .. 3 l El? ,i A, 7 T llgdfig gil "alll ff ll T mv Qggll Sill H-ll kill l ,r e ll l 'l l ,l l l i fl il l i I i '70 'Heritage' theme accents Patriotism Through an agreement reached last spring, "Patriotism" served as the theme for the 1970 yearbook, the "Heritage." The theme centered around the newly elected mascot and the use of an original gold seal on the cover helped to accent the idea. Headed by Debbie Burns, staff members worked to meet frequent deadlines for copy, headlines, layouts and pictures. The beginning of March meant the final deadline as well as the completion of the yearbook. Even with the yearbook completed, the staff still needed to fulfill several other obligations. They first concentrated on the production of the "Emancipation," a senior humor magazine. Another responsibility included work on the supplement which consisted of 20 pages that developed various spring activities. uf ,, l 56 ki THREE MAJOR EDITORS, Pam Gordon, copy, Nancy Lesh, pho- tography, and Mary Kuklenski, layout, plan for future deadlines. Any materials submitted to the yearbook company always re- quires the approval of these three editors. STAFF MEMBERS DISCUSS yearbook plans with adviser, Mr. Ron Clemons. 40 -r - un. 1-n1!14iH:t!il:k:43+r4-51 ' " ' -- -' ' - ' '-z -, - ...,,.,, . ..., ,, - -.. ceq.-e:. vi fx. favs' l l l l it i 1.1, if l l l. l f Ml 'S i 5 1 2 ,J -, l . ,. -Hai fa ,K ft .A 'J' 1 'HO Front Row: lack Gilbertson, janet Weller, Sue Hoover, Shar- on Richey, Ann Lotridge, Debby Maddy iassociate editorsl. Back Row: Debbie McLain, Sue Latimer, Denton Hyder, Kathy Shore, Michelle Harris, Reta McCrary, loyce Groom lassistant editorsl. Each associate editor takes charge of a major section of the yearbook. Assistant editors work closely with other staff members. Associate and assistant editors play an important part in the production ofthe yearbook. Xt lr-.f' 'N EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, Debbie Burns, strives for accuracy. 1 KATHY HANCOCK, BUSINESS manager, records financial forms and receipts. ' Staff meets deadlines every two weeks 1' Y 2 2 iffi V 4 f" 7 . f ,, ..M, -if' J: ,Ana l'iil'if ' T 2 at A L1 ,512 Q f K FEATURE EDITOR, IOANN KEYTON strives to meet her deadlines. Sheldon jones spends time typing out sports stories. Jeanne Chapman concentrates on articles for editorial page. 42 Na. A staff composed of seniors and headed by Mark McGuire worked toward the production of Truman's bi-monthly newspaper, "The Spirit of 70." Throughout the course of a two week peri- od, members strived to fulfill a variety of res- ponsibilities. Beginning with Thursday, each student received a different story which re- quired completion by the following Tuesday. On Wednesday, all copy needed to be ready to send to the printer and Thursday meant the deadline for headlines. Friday, staffers spent their time proofreading copy from the print- er's. Since many events took place on week- ends, all stories covering these activities need- ed to be turned in on Monday. Wednesday, members planned page make- up and layouts went to the printers. All printing completed on Thursday and Friday made Monday's delivery date possible. This also en- tailed the staff's critical review of the "Spirit." 1. ,.,? Q Aygh ,,,. y . ,A TERRl CASE, RONNIE TWENTE, Richard Reed, Cindy Kuhn ,- --Wi..-..m.,.W,-.F.- -..-FW. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, Mark McGuire and copy editor, Gretchen Staley, ponder over copy. and Denise Fields discuss and plan newly assigned stories. 'XV W y if A, PHOTOGRAPHERS, RANDY KASSEN, Debbie Browning and Mike Hanley, head photographer, study Contact sheets. 43 MQW, 2. 9 5 . J 1 ,i fx y Q WORLD HISTORY STUDENTS find concentration essential while completing a test. 49N li ,Qi 9' L ',,...i 'WL-Q.. ,L A GROUP DISCUSSION PROVIDES American history students with various opinions. 44 ' L f: :E'n!Q11ikaHl:iz'.g6u:ris! vzm3siMw, v......-.aa -.5-Q L, ,. Facult implements various techniques Social science teachers implemented numer- ous guest speakers, movies, field trips, panels, research assignments and various audio-visual aides in an effort to make their courses more interesting and relevant to today's problems. History classes, as well as sociology, psychol- ogy, economics, contemporary issues and ge- ography worked to create an atmosphere which stimulated learning. Open discussion provided students with an opportunity to express their opinions. Teachers urged class members to ask questions and be- come further involved in their studies. The administration added no new courses this year, choosing to improve the course of studies already offered. Mr. john Henderson social science supervisor, and his fellow in- structors aimed for increased ideas from out- side sources as a change from daily routines. Current event discussions allowed students to become involved in today's world. I A x Ml' 3 M., J. MAGAZINE ROOM PROVES useful for Clyde Henry as he completes economics assignment. - . .,,.,..-....-.,.-,..-.-,-,r-....,..-....,.,.,.-,,,.- -f f ' Q V fi, MR. TALBOTT USES gestures to illustrate points of interest to those students enrolled in first semester psychology. ea MRS. KALHORN STRIVES to make contemporary issues interesting. . 45 EUGENE BORDELON, PHYSICS student, uses an optical bench to measure the focal lengths of lenses and curved mirrors 46 New equipment, films aid science classes . W ,W , J -wh CHEMISTRY REQUIRES PRECISE measuring and close observation. New laboratory equipment and supplemen- tary films aided students in learning concepts. General science marked the beginning of a science career for many studentsf This course included various phases of chemistry, biology and physics. Biology, both general and advanced, offered students a closer look into life and its complex- ities. Study and organization of species consti- tuted the basic curriculum. Dissection of ani- mals and field trips to local laboratories en- lightened regular class study. Through individual experimentation and research, students enrolled in physics studied magnetism, electricity and atomic energy. An additional study in 'Solid State Structure and Reactions' highlighted the course. Chemistry, also an advanced science course, involved lab experiments, study in molecular structure and individual research. lntricate weighing devices, problem solving and experi- ment calculations tested the students accuracy and intelligence in this course. Q. ADVANCED BIOLOGY STUDENTS probe cat carcass as part of class assignment. 47 REVIEW OF PROBLEM solving equations, prepare students for an upcoming test STUDENTS UTILIZE EXTRA class time and prepare for the following days assignment. 48 Math classes utilize computer facilities The mathematics department expanded this year to allow room for additional programs. Introductory calculus and computer program- ming joined the standing curriculum of Alge- bra l and ll, geometry, math analysis and trigonometry. This year, for the first time, senior math stu- dents enrolled in calculus as a regular course. It provided a preliminary class for further college study. Terminal math developed into computer programming instruction. Mr. Charles Naudet taught this innovation in hopes of offering slower math students better preparation for the demands they will face after high school. Cardboard computers supplemented work- books students used in class and also provided practical learning experience. The knowledge gained from these innova- tions and the regular mathematics classes pro- vided added insight into todayfs technology. ,,.....4-- MRS. SHAVER USES overhead projector to explain theorems. MR. STEWART HELPS a student with a difficult formula. V X . , .V g X ir - "-'ff-or . iff..-E f .1 J", :ws . 1 if K .W f.1,.,u, I - ,A M., -Q-...L gk. , ,W I V,,:N . no -W -,a s-,ip ., - , f--f-' rar - . " 3 2-'iw' . I J f f . fi "sg, 115: A ,V A , -, 1, fl: -E-:1 ,- ,Ay ..-Q , ,Q , r -f -- .,.-g-ma -5,1 .f. .. -2 1 -jzig A ' f f 1, "ez - . S' at -- X .2 W .. .R V' , bt ,K an X , .H Z., g - .M -i Q .V ' A w tf---.'..1+',.. K g,,:, fg,., - . . ,f -121 N, 5 ,g Q., .E -1, 15 ings 7 fi S if A We 1' -4. s 2 tl in iff. x Lg? J? 1 l ,gf 2 is if 6 - fgcig, ,g g 2? I li, iff 4 T H U ffl' Q ly' is , ii.. is .Q 4' 5 Ai tau wi x f E Wg . 2 2 5 r I , , Y kg' Q ff ff f, E. F -' 4,-fri? ' 7, if A they K M 7 1 i . r If i 1 - -V 1, , arms, , S ym, , 4 is MATH STUDENTS FIND group work effective means of study 49 'await AFTER LEARNING THE proper keys, Typing l students strive for perfection on job assignments. Business courses, basic for finding jobs ky W,,.,.fs W-a....,,4J A COSMETIC CONSULTANT exhibits make-up application. Business courses offered at Truman served as vocational keys to office jobs and opportunities for students. Typing, basic business, bookeeping and shorthand provided training for the business world. These classes prepared students for concentrated two hour courses. Aimed at expanding students' commercial knowledge, both clerical and secretarial prac- tice developed essential skills for office help. In clerical and secretarial classes students prac- ticed with dictaphones and electric typewriters. Shorthand equipped students for the daily dictation confronting many office secretaries. Typing classes consisted of 548 students uti- lizing workbooks and typing to music. Typists strived for speed and accuracy, important as- pects stressed in typing. Basic business prepared students for the out- side business world. Supplementary books ex- plained budgeting, banking, taxes and other related topics. Speakers created a new dimen- sion in classroom study which allowed students the means to comprehend business law and organization. STUDENTS EMPLOY ADDING machines to figure payrolls. ' f'l V"'fi ,. ,few : VY f 'Q I 'ff NJ' N. gn... DICTATED LETTERS REQUIRES accurate typing from students. 51 BECKIE BALLEW CONCENTRATES on assignments ALAN KELLY AND David Herron work on footstools as project. 52 Metals, woods shop lm stress machine skills Metal and woodworking teachers stressed the development of tool and machine skills in the use of materials and processes. Problems in laminating, veneering, inlay, basic construction and other techniques I offered insights into the woodworking in- dustry. Experience with various projects - developed proficiency and interest among I the students. The class in metals provided broad experi- ences in fundamental metal working. As- signments in bunch work, wield casting, forging and use of machines kept students continually occupied. Both the metal and woodworking classes participated in the Industrial Arts Contest at ' Warrensburg, Missouri in April. Students I submitted projects exemplifying above aver- age craftsmanship, skill and accuracy. Mr. jack DeSelms filled the position of Industrial Arts Coordinator. Mr. Al Hunter, Mr. Larry Gale, Mr. Charles White and Mr. james Simmons acted as instructors in the metals and woods courses. I 'I 3 INSTRUCTOR, MR. CHARLES WHITE helps STUDENTS TAKING WOODS class work with the lathe in making projects. K WW V fx , ,, jo nw ' f N Gary Leeper finish 3 metal proiect' JIM LOGAN AND Doug Hancock work with shears 53 ABOVE: BUTCH CASE PREPARES to use enlarger in darkroom. BELOW: STUDENTS PURCHASE PHOTOGRAPHIC paper from instructor Mr. Al Hunter. 4 P ? P k L h D I ln I 'U . E ...S ,,,,,,, .qv RICK MILLER DRAWS up house plans in architectural drawing R ' Q ' V 54 f , Photography course adds to curriculum Photography, a semester course added to Truman's curriculum, provided the study of various photo techniques. Students enrolled in this class learned the fundamentals of taking, developing and printing pictures. To fulfill the needs of this course, the school purchased five thousand dollars worth of nec- essary equipment. The purchase included Yashica cameras, enlargers, dryers and a light- ing system. Students working in the darkroom found this new lighting system to be quite beneficial. ' Drafting l, preparatory class for architectural drawing, taught students the basics of drawing, reading and analyzing various drafting structures. Architectural drawing challenged those stu- dents interested in constructing, housing and designing. Students also learned how to draw both floor and house plans. The final project of the year centered around designing a house of their own style and preference. mm GARY FULLER UTILIZES various instruments in order to complete his drafting assignments. , v"""N MR. JAMES SIMMONS aids student in drawing a floor plan. 55 7, fl ! zrnw HUC ,MW as 'A -' -if 's DURING THE FALL, the boys used the tractor to harvest. AFTER CHORES, BOYS use leisure time to read and study EVEN WITH ALL their work, boys find time for enjoyment such as riding a prize black angus bull. T 56 Responsibilit ,duties promotes character Leadership and responsibility instilled char- acter and agricultural knowledge into Drumm Farm boys. The farming program helped boys with voca- tional agriculture as well as preparing them for future rural leadership. It also enabled the boys to join and participate in organizations such as Future Farmers of America and 4-H Club. Admission to the institute required detailed sessions of testing and interviewing. Drumm Institute taught the fundamentals and techniques of farming. Plowing, harvest- ing, kitchen and laundry detail and caring for the animals constituted the many responsibili- ties of each boy. . Given the opportunity to do something on their own, each boy raised a special animal to enter in various contests in the state. Through an emphasis placed on academic achievements the boys gained reassurance ofa high scholastic goal. BOYS FIND CLEARING the farmland an important part of their schedule. 1 2? no-lf' E tyyt as auf 2 I . tw 'W PREPARED FOR SCHOOL, the boys board "The Green Pickle." 57 New courses Foods II, Tailoring expand f 3: I ,Q jpf:?'i,?k?'k tiger, Q, 1 J I 1 'T'i?+I'grigf2f3'3a , ' i if wsfftzi .?4Sv?wl:kv. 'I I CHRISTINE SAPPENFIELD ARRANGES new mannequin, empha- sizing clothing schemes. 58 I TIME AND EFFORT spent in tailoring, aids 1oAnn McCarty in becoming a better seamstress. Egfr Q KATHY KING PERFORMS careful ironing techniques in new tailoring class. - home ec curriculum Clothing and foods extended its classes this year. Tailoring promoted imagination in cloth- ing, as students used wool to make a suit or coat. Foods II motivated students toward crea- tivity with cooking. Gourmet cooking, including turkey, leg of lamb, fresh crab salad and foreign foods added new interest to class work. These new semester classes applied to those girls who previously completed Foods I or Clothing I, as a prerequisite. Two mannikins, added to the home econom- ics department, helped stress essential clothing schemes. Both cooking and sewing classes par- ticipated in the window display and arrangement. Housing and interior design, family relations and contemporary living provided girls with understanding of household and marital du- ties. With the addition of the two advanced courses, Foods II and tailoring, home econom- ics stressed involvement for future housewives. it 'VL V. STUDENT IN FOODS class learns technique of dicing celery to be used in a new salad recipe. gf'-"f, SAMPLING NEW RECIPES, cooking students experience trial and error in preparing different foods. 59 1 5 l l i i -l 1 i lpfmf 1.91 3, , . ..,A.y, kV,, l 1 5 - 2? .V . 2. f 57 1 .t f Q' M.. ...s 3 Q 5: .ego 7. 1. f. , if 1353 ' me fs-.xl wx 'L " if, Q., r STUDENTS STRIVE FOR form on the still rings in gym classes. 14 1-az l,. . SERVING THE BALL, Mike Kelly sets up the next play. Department stresses gymnastic programs With the emphasis on gymnastics, the physi- cal education department opened its field to variety. New equipment such as still rings, uneven parallel bars and men's archery bows gave stu- dents the opportunity to test their agility and body coordination. A knee exercise table, pur- chased by the Truman Lettermen Club, aided the development of leg muscles. ln addition, boys worked out on the weight machine and several other exercise facilities. Girls, as well as boys benefited from the physical fitness program. Folk dancing, balance beam routines and trampoline stunts instilled self-confidence in the girls. Both boys' and girls' P.E. classes involved vol- leyball, basketball, soccer, and field hockey. Competition between class enlightened the course. Intramurals enabled the students to compete outside of class. t Each semester, physical fitness tests allowed the teacher to examine the student's progress more closely in such areas as the fifty yard dash, sit-ups and broad jump. Innovation provides dual-class teaching The addition of a window partition between the driver's education rooms provided a new dual-classroom teaching system. This innovation proved beneficial for both students and teachers. While one class viewed educational films, the other studied. This also allowed one instructor to supervise two classes at the same time, enabling another teacher to observe students practice driving. Informative films offered additional driving pointers to class members and illustrated both good and bad driving habits. Speakers lectured on traffic hazards and safety rules. Students studied the basics of drivingin a classroom situation before actual behind-the- wheel-driving. A practice steering model and reaction time device tested the driver's ability and accuracy. The actual driving gave students the experi- ence needed for city driving. s. R REWINDING A FILMSTRIP, Mr. Coffman reviews its basic points ..,g ,alas 4 .A his 'V r 42xW'i fp '.2i.:zw:v4mf'4M 3'a6ffi4r'f'gTaf4'Qt2P?yf'fi15af it NV ' i is f iw , t , rrtt H fl ,l ., . , w i AIQV aw N .LE www , .w r AS A SAFETY precaution, Mr. Demark explains the importance of the Shoulder harness and Seat belf- 61 Students express new talent and abilityg learn basic concepts of creative design fi IAN ALLEN WORKS toward swift accuracy at the potters wheel. 62 Design combines a pattern of several differ- ent objects to give one complete effect. The effect - organization. All types of art center around imaginative design. Sound filmstrips served as new equipment used in learning the background offcreative design. Art I and Art II students discovered hidden talents while experimenting with organization- al design. They began by studying the elements and principles of design. Students employed these basic ideas in creating montages, ink de- signs, abstract drawings, ceramics and print- making. I United as one class, Art III and Art IV stu- dents applied previous knowledge of design to produce original sculpture. They also worked with acrylic paint, a water base paint, which proved to be more practical than oils. Instructors offered special instruction to those students interested in testing their ability at the potters wheel. SANDY .PARlSER, ART IV student, applies her knowledge and ability with water colors in a creative painting. .,.-.v....-,..-n.,, .-,,f.---in ,, , T V W in T , X ARTISTIC HANDS EXPERIMENT with texture of ceramics before starting work on main project. ,Sum f'e'-27" ART III STUDENT, CATHY DIVIDSON, concentrates on details as she captures the mood ofa scenic view 63 i 1 l l l i l 2 l l l l l l l l l l r i l ll ll l W M ...,.,....,W.-.f3t-..-.,.:..,.,,-.,7.v--,f---r-111- n ,,, , T- ,...... ..........-1.. .,.,...,,,,..,-n-T1-...,-.....,.-:-- , --pw-mfmwq Mau, PATTI ANDES, FIRST chair flutist, participates in varsity band. Front Row: Patti Andes, Connie Fickel, Sherry Gunter, Hope Hollaman, Marsha Rightmeyer, Deborah Buckles. Second Row: Phil Setchfield, Bob Ruester, Twylene Reynolds, Scott Roberson, Karla Kissling, Perri lo Maddox, Brent Schondel- meyer, Scott Pement, Mike Copenhaver, Alan Young, Shel- don jones, Don Herod, .Ron Finke, Gary Leibold, Dave Maggi, Robert Wray, Darrell Roberson, William Hinks. Third Row: Eugene Worth, Raymond Hatcher, Randy Stearns, Pat Umsted, Sam Dawdy, Richard Bales, Mark Zobist, Rod Haen- ni, Norman Talbot, Gary Ganson, Sam Meals, Dixie Williams, Ken Fann, justin Dix, Ed Delapp, Gary Rice. 'J -f.:fmn12r:::e4ea::'4 as --fairs - - ,., . , . -1 , ' 7---V - ' " " H-us: -'-c v - + - , . . .-- Varslty band members earn one rating f MARY GOODYEAR BAND secretary collects scattered music MAJORETTES Joann Keyton Carolyn Dlxon Donna Fra zler Carol Rles Debble Throne Pam Prker Front Row Nan cy lo Davls Pat Lynn Candace Cox Ceclha Troyer Second Row John Glenn Gregg Stevenson Beth Andes Suzanne Umsted Gregg jones Trmmy jullff Mark Clarlday Pam Crawford Denise Turk Third Row Peggy Thorne Laurie Ravelll DlttyK1ng GharettSchalberg Sheena Morgan Elvln Even though ralny weather kept varslty band from playing during most of the halftlmes at Truman s home football games, they displayed their talent on several different occasions The Christmas concert, held December 16 provided students with their frrst opportlnuty to formally perform A BAND A RAMA hugh lighted the latter part of the year Varsity bands abllrty to functlon stemmed from the drrectlon of Mr Don Welborn and the organization wnthrn the band Students elected band officers, Phrl Setchfleld, captain, Mark McGuire, flrst lieutenant, Dennis Cra mer, second lieutenant, Bob Ruester, senior sergeant Blake Roberson, junior sergeant, and Randy Stearns, sophomore sergeant Thus year the band Incorporated a challenge system as a basis for choosing the flrst chalr Gardner Charles Friend Blake Roberson Tom Proutt john Norman Mark McQulre Clyde Henry Fourth Row Ed Frederberg Melvin Shields Greg Koury Mark Yates Mark Chaney Denmse Cramer joy Romdall Larry Voth Rod Rynearson Doug Wllson john Neff Mlke Hlx Roger Com er Linda Woody 0 Q :- , . . 1 9 , . y K 1 f sv V ' I ,f . 1 7 . 1 1 posltlons. 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - : ' 1 1 - Z 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - 3 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 f .I ,V . , Sophomores develop new musical skills, li' MR. DON WELBORN, instructor, strives for precision. Varsity band served as an incentive for soph- omore band members to develop and perfect musical skills. Under the direction of Mr. Don Welborn, sophomores cultivated talents in various areas of music, striving for individual expression. Combining talent and practice to achieve perfection, students occupied much of their time learning the fundamentals of marching and performing while in motion. A prerequisite of junior high band served as the decisive factor for membership. Musical technique, sight reading and development of advanced band literature prepared sopho- mores for concerts and special performances. Several performances with other area high school bands highlighted a year of practice and study, and acquainted sophomores with play- ing before an audience. PERCUSSION SECTION FINDS timing an essential. Y . ,,..,.,......--...-,.,. -.......--,-.,....,..,-.,-f -. i emphasizeindividualexpression lNTENT ON THE music, students add mood to instrumental selections. Front Row: Marilyn Edmondson, Chris Needham, Sandy Wayman, Shelly Boswell, lan Naughton, Lana Stevenson, Mary Nippes, Lynette Thompson, Connie Christensen, Gayle Corum. Second Row: David Conway, Gary Gibler, Chuck Lanphear, Kevin Brown, Lew Howard, Stuart Morgan, Blair l Hansen, Ricky Randall, lack Tatom, Steve Melia, jim Brown, Ricky Miller, Ted jowett. Back Row: Robert Shultz, Rod May, Larry Chapman, David Warren, Gregg Tuttle, Richard Gleason, jim Roberts, B. I. Page, john Hart, Grant Thompson, Mark Saunders, Timjohnson. Front Row: Rodney Rynearson, Linda Pointer, Kim Soper, Pement, Randy Hardy, Brent Schondelmeyer, john Glenn, l Linda Slade. Second Row: Mary Goodyear, Nancy Anderson, Beth Andes. Fourth Row: Ricky Hinks, Daryl Robinson, Dave ll 3 Ron Amos, Ruth Lamison, Candace Cox, Pat Lynn, Patti Maggi,Clyde Henry, Mark McGuire, Steve Hargrave. Andes. Third Row: Helen Hastings, Theresa Smith, Soctt i l l T : I l i T 5 T l 1 , . l r I l , 1 I ! fs--f ni, is meswiw-5-4? NOTES REQUIRE CONCENTRATION from a violinist engaged in an orchestra practice session. E T E 68 l Front Row: Cynthia Lilleston, Mary Anne Hoss, Louise Wes- terfield, Monte Cotten. Second Row: Denise Turk, Pam Crawford, Greg Sellers, Karen Wade, LaNita Baldwin, Susan Sears, Mark Rynolds. Third Row: Phil Setchfield, Twylene Sounds echo, throb throughout hallways Piercing noises echoed throughout the cafe- teria while orchestra members tuned their var- iousinstruments. The orchestra, comprised of eighty-six stu- dents, spent time practicing their instruments to contribute toward a better orchestra. Their past efforts proved worthwhil-e during performances. Concerts scheduled for December, March and May provided members with chance to demonstrate previous work. Concerts allowed both parents and friends the opportunity to observe musical progress. A special Christmas concerto ensemble, composed of four, per- formed at the December concert. During the year, orchestra members focused their attention and efforts on placing high at both the District and State Contests. Students receiving a one rating a District may then join Modern Music Masters, an honorary music organization. Reynolds, Scott Roberson, Eugene Worth, Susan Watt, Linda Hoss, lanene Castle, Renee Cox. Back Row: Ed DeLapp, Hope Hollaman, joy Romdell, Linda Woody, Dennis Cramer. CONSTANT PRACTICE PROVIDES the basis for Monte Cotton's performance in first cirair position. CONCENTRATION AND PARTICIPATION characteristics put to good use by cappella members. Front Row: Darrell Hallford, Robert Antrim, Dennis Wyatt, jim Watt, joy Wilkinson, loyce Etzenhouser, Diana Hobart, Donna Leman. Second Row: Kim Nagel, Steve Green, Don Eads, Donna Frazier, Pam DeWeese, Bonnie Wilson, Cyndy Hahn, Valli Hanley. Third Row: Larry Clark, Mike Cullen, A cappella devotes efforts to concerts A cappella choir concentrated on perform- ances at various concerts and assemblies scheduled during the year. The choir, along with three other area high school choirs, performed in a joint Christmas concert. A cappella also presented the Truman Christmas concert and caroled at the Blue Ridge Mall. A cappella sang at the Phi Delta Kappa fraternity meeting, held in the Truman gym. Tryouts in front of the music director quali- fied students for membership in cappella. Officers for the year consisted of Doug Clem, president, Larry Clarke, vice president, and Dee Tryon, secretary-treasu rer. Mr. Phillip Dunham served as choir director. Russell Burton, Glenda Wilson, Kathy Bouyear, Nancy Kroks- trom, Debbie Maddy, Becky Ballew, Linda Hoss. Back Row: Doug Clem, lack Norris, Larry Trowbridge, joe Rice, Carolyn Cofer, Claudia Anderson, Janice Thompson, Hentietta Moessner. .qs c, - 1 , ,, L, - :J Hip V n w ,,.f' nf' ' Q'- -i' .11 Q. W ay J! ffff' ' "f1.3fA f ' , A iff zif21iw15f if Q ,QM ii, gwiif V1 iff , W, my 21 fp- ne, gg,-ff ,:, ', 7-1255 Q' 4- ,,H,, -A-w,1f: r A i . , A., 2239 1,32 my ,G 2 Q , k Mfc...,lMP9 ,L ' W-,Q H : ., V. f g ,gag 5 ,ic ew -3, iw ff ai ,, , My .ww yi-' iz yi ,J ,?, k 1 ,f - V1 , x , . 4 , V ,'yfff,f,i' fe,5"?'- fx ' 'Q gg' ,. W ' :5 - P U 7 ,Q . , 2 I , if fg ' .. A f 1 ,, , : , 5 , J fini asf, iw ' .-' . , Q' 3 , ai 151 a- 4 V ' , " ' ' .. 1 ' .Q-..4L- ' .i 441' Select music students form Tru-Tones -f i- f 'l . ,L J .. lf? ' Q H H :-fs 4' ,fills .- 1---rf.: gg is: V. up I --uauwf' I at 7 - ff f - .ilfb Front Row: Dee Tryon, Debbie Eklof. Second Row: Sara Sav- Row: Larry Holmes, Mike Carr, David Phillips, Doug Clem. age, Kathy Bouyear, Valli Hanley. Third Row: Marilee Mor- Back Row: Doug Hunter, Larry Trowbridge, Larry Clarke, gan, Diane Westerfield, Linda Hoss, Glenda Wilson. Fourth lack Norris. 72 ,.- .......,.,..,..-.-.1-,-,..-.-,...W........-......-..-,,,,,.-,--,.,.... ,. . , -..- .V gov 'Nt' EXHILARATING CHRISTMAS SPIRIT prevails as the Tru Tones sung Silent Night at the Blue Ridge Mall Y x mwwiwif MK..- --.1 LARRY HOLMES RIGHT practices for Tru Tones concert MUSIC TEACHER MR Dunham stresses tempo 151 I - 7' -Q A , ' f' 9 -A 'T I I m , , - ja- , , " D ., -1- 8 S4 , f . 1, I N7 A In , A lk 2 lg' L - 4 ' I 1. ,f l ' 'l zz ' T.-'k X' - ' f .t Vx - f,JQ j5' ' Q. l Q , 2 it A .1 . - . .L5.L5I3fl!,13:i.'.' f , . ' - ' 11 - ' n ' . l, I I I S ' i !QlS5fI2 f I 75 A l ' , K, J' 7 . I , AIVV I h O If , 'w 1 - 2 Ar,. . , ' f Ifjggil . I - . f 1 1 . r I I ll Isle? l 5 A - X 3 T ,W E,.,.4.,. Q I I I - , . 1 ' 73 ..-..1..,.v .,, , , -.. ,.....,........:..,......,..,.....,..,.v,.7.,-..... ..,.,1....,..,,.,,,.., ,-.-.....-,7.. VALLI HANLlEY, LEFT, concentrates on difficult music selection, Front Row: Kathy Smith, loyce Selder, Paula Anderson, Nan- cy Decker, Karen Crook, Maureen Taylor, Stephanie Berar- di, Deanna Dempsey, lanice Highfill, Debby Eklof, Nellie Roberts. Second Row: Cheryl Richards, Dorinda Tuff, Mary Ann Davis, Tina Chapman, Brenda Lafferty, Sheryl Kolas, Gay Colley, Sharon Schuler, Nancy Tobb, Debbie McLain, Patty ,... is, i i f: I l INSTRUCTING MUSIC, MR. DUNHAM releases emotional feelings. Lomax. Third Row: Karen Cain, Pam Lemasters, Becky Hatch, Lecia Loring, Margie Buttram, Lu Ann Laster, Mary Gary, Ruth Womerck, Eileen White, Janice Rast. Back Row: Jane Kelsey, Sandy jordan, janet Hicks, Patty Wood, Vicky Yocum, Shirley Layten, Nikki Paul, Marietta Butler, Chris Brown, Dar- lene Adams, Dixie Monroe, lo Ann McCarty. , Q-., -offs "T ' " img' ' " Li ' ' 'naw - Q-+ f 1:4,- --1++x. - f- -- .- .c ,W w Girls' glee club, choir strive for unison, perfect musical tone for performances A ns - : I XA r if , Front Row: Leota Trowbridge, Sherry Gunter, Connie West Nancy Bronson, Sue Miller, Mary Gouge, Candy Conway Sharon Hicks, Vickie Moorman, Peg Scott. Second Row Lynette McDole, Ginny Scherer, Babbie Pryor, Pam Haswell Janet Stephens, Brenda Kent, Gayle McDole, Caryl Purdyj Becky Painter, Dee Ann Glover. Third Row: Jolena Andrews, 1 1 Joann Lewis, jenny Patterson, Genetta Smith, Judy Millikan, Pam Hammons, Carol Holliger, Anna Clinton, Paula Water- worth, Lybbie Friedly. Back Row: Karen Sturdevant, Joyce Shelton, Debi Myers, Cheryl Weston, Judy Adams, Lina Sedge, Lois Hendrickson, Vickie Booth, Deanna Gray, Teresa Baldwin. GIRLS DEVELOP SIGHT reading during music class. 3 I 'x ,, ,ip l P u A ' I L . .4-ig K' sl' nlgfih 2 - '- 'P-r. 55 - - x . 121 - 'lfefw Ji2R3xgg4 QQ? 1 f173,m- -Q 434- X ,1f,4f"fiw '-fini' -,Q WZ-Q29 ffii ,MJ ,A ,,,. 4 " '-n'1' ' ' -:rar-or c-C A'-cc-n'a-4'r+ssw:r-41:44 Urganizations J S admits scholastic honor students DISTRIBUTING NHS NOTICES, Cindy Lukrofka checks room list. Front Row: Don Seaver, Steve Cox, Sandy Hisle, Frances Sedge, Carol Nicodemus, Terri Wilson, Ann Lotridge, Joanie Carpenter, Cindy Hill, Ken Southwick, Suzanne Haenni, Jeanie Carpenter, Cindi Rollo, Janice Troutman, Janet Bur- cham, Lisa Walsh. Second Row: Doug Rice, John Prowant, Dan Rice, Clyde Henry, Mary Anne Hoss, Judy Mastin, Nan- cy Lesh, Denise Turk, Kathy Hancock, Jeanne Larson, Caro- lyn Cofer. Joan Bangert, Sue Hoover, Nancy Newhouse, Claudia Anderson, Rusty Ford, Nan Compier. Third Row: Eugene Worth, Steve Streeter, Steven Kenley, Hatsie Pear- ,,ss E rrss ',srrs ris tvvs srsisgisrxw J J l 1 , L it Consisting of the top scholastic students in the junior and senior classes, National Honor Society ranked high among honors awarded to high school students. Admittance require- ments state that juniors must be in the top five percent and seniors in the top ten percent of their classes. As members of NHS, Floyd Finch, Ronnie Finke, Mary Ann Hoss, Mark McGuire, and Phil Purdy, participated in the television program, Categories. NHS sponsored a College Night to enable Truman and Chrisman students to talk with representatives from many Colleges through- out the country. ' Sponsors, Mr. George Coskey and Miss Carol Bliss, worked with officers, Rusty Ford, presi- dent, Nancy Lesh, vice president, Sue Hoover, secretary, and Bill Allinder, treasurer. son, Nicolette Langdon, Bob Long, Renne Cox, Cindi Lu- krofka, Debbie. Burns, Joann Keyton, Cindy Kuhn, Cheryl Miller, Fran Sincox, Beth Andes, Teresa Smith, Linda Hoss, Joan Wilson, Rod Haenni. Fourth Row: Evan Manuel, Burt Beardsley, Steve Hargus, Gunther Russell, Floyd Finch, Mark Whitehead, Robert Ruester, Kim Soper, Phil Purdy, Mike Hatfield, Bill Allinder, Ron Finke, Cliff Felix, Leroy Searcy, Blill Hawthorne, Wayne Patience, Paul Miluski, David Van F eet. ,, ..k, , 5. pf. 78 .. . ,,,.,.,.....,.-.-1..-.,.. . -....,..-.-.-.,...,,..-, Front Row: Sheldon jones, Mary Kuklenski, Pam Gordon, Nancy Lesh, Ann Lotridge, Sue Hoover. Back Row: Kathy Hancock, Cindy Kuhn, Mark McGuire, Debbie Burns, loann Keyton, Gretchen Staley. . journalists qualif for Quill and Scroll u Students who ranked in the upper one-third - of their junior or senior class, displayed an in- terest in yearbook or newspaper production and excelled in some area of journalism quali- , L . if . fied for membership in Quill and Scroll. Inducted at the annual spring initiation, members received a pin and permanent mem- bership in this international honorary organization. A tour of the American Yearbook Company in Topeka climaxed the year's activities. At Topeka, members viewed the printing of year- books, acquainting them with another facet of journalism. Elected following the initiation, these offi- cers directed the club's activities: Gretchen Staley, presidentg Ann Lotridge, vice presidentg and Cindy Kuhn, secretary-treasurer. iw-E -J 1 MEMBERS PREPARE DISCUSSION topics for future meetings. 79 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 g S E 1 i 5 3 1 2 5 1 E 1 F 1 1 .11 1 1 11 .11 1 1 11 1 1 1 i 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 fl ll 1 11 11 1 l i 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 Front Row: Mrs. Leslia Van Biber, Terri Wilson, Dennis Browning, Diana Penniston, Don Eads. Back Row: joann Wyatt, Wanda Lewis, Donna Frazier, Claudia Anderson, ja- Keyton, Marsha Rightmyer, Cindi Lukrofka, Terry Warmari, net McCormack, Peri Maddox. Second Row: Dennis Sar- Lynn Wilkerson, Richard Reed, Grey Hurt, Michelle Harris, twell, Pam Gordon, Beckie Ballew, Frances Sedge, Debbie Terri Case. ., A,,.L:L , , SOLEMNITY PERVADES DURING ceremonious moments of the Thespian initiation as lane Bennett, secretary, lights traditional candles. 80 Dramatists' motto serves as criterion "Act well your part, there all the honor lies," Thespian- motto, served as a criterion for club projects. This organization involved students excelling in theatrical arts and maintaining a continuing interest in drama. Truman's Thespian troup assisted with tech- nical aspects of both school plays along with the production of a one-act for a contest held in March. ln addition, Thespian members wrote and sponsored the Thanksgiving assembly. A spring banquet climaxed the year's activi- ties. Club sponsors presented the Best Actor, Best Actress, White Masque and Best Thespian awards to members. This year's officer's consisted of Debbie Browning, president, Cindy Lukrofka, vice president, jane Bennett, secretary, and jean Bennett, treasurer. Mr. Everett Haney, and Mrs. Leslie Ann Van Biber, dramatics instructors, sponsored Thespians. FL enhances THS debate program "'? JEANNIE LARSON, PRESIDENT, makes plans for future National Forensic League activities with help ofthe club members. Front Row: Larry Barnes, Donna Frazier, Tom Dierkes, Missy Barnes, Janice Troutman, Pam Gordon, Connie Shannon, Janis Dickey, Cindy Cable. Second Row: Charles Friend, Darrell Hallford, Richard Jones, Jeanne Larson, Carolyn Cof- er, Sandy Hisle, Nancy Newhouse, Cyd Slayton, Melette Meloy. Third Row: Tim Davis, Jan Snowden, Gary Chappell, National Forensic League, created to enhance the debate program, awarded various degrees according to the accumulation of points. A total of 25 points enabled debate students to gain NFL membership. Tournaments consisted of debate, oratory, extemporaneous and radio speaking and dramatic interpretation contests. Speakers attained points through participating in these contests. Members strived to acquire the points necessary for the four honorary degrees. Debators gained the ability to think clearly, critically and reflectively through participation in tournaments and other NFL sponsored activities. Jeannie Larson, president, Hatsie Pearson, vice president, and Janice Troutman, secretary, worked with Mr. Larry Whisler, debate coach and NFL sponsor. Steve Lacey, Debby Brock, Claudia Anderson, Floyd Fin'ch, Hatsie Pearson, Gary Hughes, Cynthia Troyer, Steve Kenley. Back Row: David Hanaway, Don Haston, Edmund Lipowicz, Kim Soper, Lynn Wilkinson, Glen Kiger, Reed Oldvedt, Steve Hargrave, Kent Sincox, Phil Purdy. Tri-M members illustrate musical talent DENNIS CRAMER, TRI-M member, waits for cue on drums. Front Row: Mr. Don Welborn, Twylene Reynolds, David Phillips, Glenda Wilson, Karla Kissling. Second Row: Pam Crawford, lanene Castle, Rodney Rynearson, Renee Cox, Exemplifying superior talent and perform- ance in band, orchestra or vocal music, Tri-M members played an important part in Truman's music program. A "one" or "two" rating in the annual state. music contest at Columbia, Missouri, constitut- ed the principal requirement. In addition, a grade average of "S" or above proved neces- sary for membership. Those students invited to join the honorary organization attended the formal initiation held in the spring. Mr. Don R. Welborn, band instructor,-and Mr. Phil Dunham, vocal music teacher, spon- sored the club's activities this year. TRUMPET PRACTICE TAKES time and talent from Ron Finke. Mary Anne Hoss, Linda Hoss. Back Row: Kim Soper, Ron Finke, Phil Setchfield, Larry Clarke, Monte Cotton. gy Front Row: Mrs. Roselee Scherer, Laura Burton, Penny Ni- Hope Eklund, Marla Shakespeare. Back Row: Barb Basler chols, Crndy Vaughan, Fran Sincox, Susan Coil, Missy Barnes, Richard Bales, Larry Phillips, Brent Harmon, Tom jowett Mrs. Janice Malott. Second Row: Peggy Nichols, Mary Wil- Debbie Patton, Leslie Krueger, Mona Duckworth. liams, Lonna Mayhugh, Kathy Hancock, Lee Anne French, Art society projects consume spare time National Art Honor Society engaged in a va- riety of school activities this year. Projects, ranging from the sale of pennants to Christmas decorations for the school, consumed large amounts of members' spare time. Speakers and field trips contributed towards making the organization interesting. A formal initiation, held in May, gave mem- bers an opportunity to display their work. Each student submitted ten or more projects. judges rated projects entered in the exhibit according to skill, composition and neatness. Students vied for first, second and third place ribbons in each year of art as well as two other over-all awards. Mrs. Roselee Scherer and Mrs. Janice Malott sponsored NAHS. Kathy Hancock, pres., Ken Southwick, vice pres., Mary Williams, record- ing sec., Cathy Davidson, corresponding sec., Cynthia Vaughn, treasurer and Brent Harmon, reporter-historian served as officers. KATHY HANCOCK, PRESIDENT, assigns duties to art society members with the help of Mary Williams and Cynthia Vaughn. Nw. PRESIDENT, RON FINKE, listens to suggestions made members. Front Row: Lance Heflin, Randy Bryant, Ralph Schweer, Sheldon jones, Rick Miller, Kent Sincox, Danny Mueller, Les Gilliland, Clyde Henry, Vance Heflin. Second Row: Corky Mueller, Phil Purdy, Cliff Felix, Mickey Wyss, lohn Norman, Steve Bridges, Larry Voth, Steve Cox, Mark McGuire, Doug Rice, Charlie Franklin. Third Row: Gary Noble, Bill Allinder, Interact continues to serve communit Interact carried through with the community service projects. Interact engaged in service activities such as painting houses for elderly couples and provid- ing Christmas hams for needy families. They also furnished the AFS student, Henni Moes- sner from Germany, with a long distance phone call to her family during the Christmas holiday. Members served refreshments at travelogues held by Rotary Club of Independence. Rotary Club donations helped finance Interact programs. Qualifications for membership included a strong recommendation from teachers, an 'S' average and an interest in serving the community. Ron Finke, president, Evan Manuel, vice- president, Sheldon jones, secretary, and Mick- ey Wyss, treasurer worked with Mr. jerry Moore, club sponsor. Bob Ochs, Bob Hopkins, Bob Ruester, justin Dix, Brent Har- mon, Dan Rice, lim juliff, Gharett Schaberg. Back Row: Bill Woodward, Randy Rice, lohn Murphy, Mike Mathews, Mike Hatfield, Ron Finke, Mark Crowley, Evan Manuel, David Campbell, Dennis Cramer, Bill Hawthorne. Front Row: Gayle Corum, Kathy Taylor, Barb johnson, Deb- bie Wells, Nora jordan, Karen Crook, Debbie Ochs, Dena Smith, loan Seidel, Connie Woods, Carol Sperry. Second Row: Linda Downum, Louise Westerfield, Pat Temple, Peggy Phelps, Patty Umsted, Dixie Williams, Sara Bergman, Georgia Saunders, Karla Kissling, Kari Morton, Pam Heath, Valli Han- ley. Third- Row: Mary Anne Hoss, Marci Strode, Marietta Butler, Steve Watson, Susan McElwee, Pat Boone, Bob Kelly, Mary Kuklenski, Terri Porter, Carol Maddux, Dan Rice, Kate Choplin, Betsy Wactor, Connie Mahaffy. Back Row: Susan Brune, Pam jones, Dave Gouldsmith, Tom lowett, Barbara Hall, Joyce Shelton, Terry Troutman, Don Howes, Michael Scott, Neil Farquhar, Gregg Miller, Hatsie Pearson, Dennis Cramer, Bill Hawthorne. Red Cross changes method of election 'VK REPRESENTATIVES CHECK IN completed Veteran's Christmas stockings. 85 A new method of electing homeroom repre- sentatives along with various service projects highlighted Red Cross. Students petitioned and class members voted on the candidates to deter- mine the representative. During the first week of December Red Cross members, with the support of their homerooms, prepared the traditional Veteran's Christmas stockings. A week before Christmas, two chosen members distributed these stockings among the veterans at Wadsworth Veteran's Hospital. Red Cross later held a Fund Drive which en- tailed one week of money-making projects. The annual Hootenanny, sponsored by both Red Cross and Student Council, provided all students an opportunity to enjoy various singing groups. Filling ditty bags for the soldiers in Vietnam kept members busy during April. Carol Sperry, president, Dan Rice, vice presi- dent, Debbie Ochs, secretary, Tom lowett, trea- surer, joan Seidel, parliamentarian, and Wanda Lewis, reporter-historian headed all activities. Mrs. Marian Manuel served as sponsor. FTA HONORS NEW members at a picnic held in the school cou rtya rd . Front Row: Mrs. Day, Maureen Taylor, Clyde Brown, Gloria Lamendola, Debbie Wells, Anita Brock, Peggy Scott, Linda Carlisle. Second Row: Sandy Oetting, Gayle Corum, Renee Dent, Deborah Buckles, Wanda Lewis, Debby Brown, Mary Williams, Nancy Newhouse, Linda Downum, joyce Pearce. Third Row: Carol Ries, Ethel McLaughlin, Cindy Hill, Kathy Cadet teaching .Q , v .v W, Y, X V, E , if FTA PRESIDENT, CAROL SPERRY, explains the procedures and advantages of the newly initiated cadet teaching program. Bouyear, Eileen White, jackie Satterfield, lane Kelsey. Back Row: Robert Rodenberg, Linda Miller, Eric Slayton, Denise Turk, Carol Nicodemus, Dalina Thomas, Hatsie Pearson, Les- lie Krueger, Lana Steffens, Debbie Patton, loyce Shelton, Carol Cain, Teresa Wright, Dixie Williams. ,,.......,,r---fv-Q' stresses preparation for future careers U., .afqsm-..,-f' - . 1 wry, 5 ww... ws. f ,fa W-wM.m-at ffwsvwfm Q2 wl Front Row: janet Calvert, Linda Cohoon, Sherry Gunter, Pam Heath, Peri lo Maddox, Susi Paxton, Kathie Alexander, Linda Coffin, Cindi Rollo, Mr. Floyd Hubble. Second Row: Mary Goodyear, Paula Edde, Kathy Lewis, Becky Hart, Karla Kissling, Mary lo Horton, lean Bennett, jane Bennett, Donna Scogin, Terri .Porter. Third Row: Marsha Righmyer, Cindy Future Teachers of America incorporated cadet teaching in their program of activities this year. This program aided seniors interested in the teaching profession. Teachers at Oldham Elementary School co- operated with cadet teachers, enabling them to student teach during the student's study halls or after school. FTA also included a two-day teaching program where juniors and seniors taught a full day at the school of their choice. FTA sponsored Honor Teachers Week, which consisted of one week specifically designated to honor the teachers. Other activities includ- ed several teas and a supply of baked goods in the teachers' lounge. This year's officers, Carol Sperry, president, Dan Rice, vice president, Susie Paxton, secre- tary, Bob Ruester, treasurer, Gaye Hardy, par- liamentarian, and lean Bennett, reporter-his- torian, supervised the club's projects. Kuhn, Barb Wist, Krist Long, Terri Michaels, Bev james, Cheryl Miller, Mary Kuklenski, lanie Billamy, Gaye Hardy, Ron Twente, Larry Phillips. Back Row: Pam Thomas, Susan Sears, Becky Reed, Robert Ruester, Pam Norman, Susan Brune, Karen Skolaut, Laura White, Renee Cox, Carol Nance, Pam Crawford, Sam Dawdy, Dennis Stowell. K - .,,...,,,-..a.........-.s.,:., ....,.....,..,.,......-.......,..,.....,.,.....,-.... .. ......,...4..... ,,,,,.,,.. , -.-. A., ,-.. , LAS members stud drama, literature fs 6 IUSTIN DIX PORTRAYS Santa Claus at LAS Christmas party. Front Row: joan Bangert, Cindy Hill, Linda Raviell, Carol Sperry, Linda Hoss, Nancy Newhouse, Cyndy Hahn, joanie Carpenter, Mrs. Meridith Francis. Second Row: Nancy Lesh, Mary Anne Hoss, Terri Case, Joann Keyton, Carolyn Cofer, Literary Arts Seminar members endeavored to broaden their understanding of literature and drama. Discussions and field trips gave members an opportunity to develop this interest. A written and oral examination constituted the requirements for membership. Only ju- niors and seniors meeting these requirements gained admittance. Monthly discussions and business meetings served as a background for the club's various activities. "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead", "Easy Rider," and "The Man from La Mancha" comprised the plays and movies at- tended by LAS. This year's format of the "Image", an annual- ly distributed collection of student's writings, included not only efforts from the English de- partment but from the photography and art departments also. Officers, Mary Anne Hoss, president, loan Bangert, vice president, Nancy Lesh, secretary, and loann Keyton, treasurer worked with Mrs. Merideth Francis, sponsor. Marsha Rightmyer, Teresa Smith, leanie Carpenter, Cyd Slayton. Back Row: justin Dix, Gary Woods, Dennis Stowell, Paul Miluski, john Cain, Hatsie Pearson, Rod Haenni. " ' 'wfdii U V . . . -a.m....,..x.,.....,,e4f:4::Qg :r -NH Front Row: janet Burcham, janice Cascairo, Debbie Wells, Cindi Rollo, loan Seidel, Rita Martinez, Linda Raveill, Becky Hart, Teresa Conrad, Patty Friedrick, Pam Paul. Second Row: Terri Michaels, Mary Haefele, Robert Rodenberg, Pat Boone, julie Walter, Diana Penniston, janet McCarter, A. j. Martin, Krist Long, Kerry Nagle, Pam Piker, Mrs. Kathy Rice. Third Row: Nancy Benedict, Theresa Byers, Debbie DeMoss, Donna Francis, Donna Eklof, Dianna Edmondson, Terri Case, Joann Keyton, Connie Dickson, Mary Day, Debbie Ochs, Linda Lewis, Kathy Bouyear, Vicki Bryant. Back Row: Pam Crawford, Laurie Raveill, john Walter, Blake Roberson, Don Seaver, Susie Saunders, David Handy, Bill Allinder, Mike Hatfield, Cherese Lanison, Norman Talbot, Sam Dawdy, Spanish Club initiates service project PAM THOMAS LEADS discussion on Spanish Club projects. Spanish Club focused attention on its city- wide project, "Operation Crosslines." On Sat- urday mornings interested club members held work sessions to assist Spanish and Puerto Ri- can students with their homework. Those members participating in this program gained additional practice in Spanish usage. Club activities included a hayride in Octo- ber, a trip to the Casa de Montez and high- lighting the year, the lose Greco performance in February. Pam Thomas, president, Terri Case, vice president, loan Siedel, secretary, loann Key- ton, treasurerg and Susie Saunders, parliamen- tarian presided at club meetings. Mrs. Cathy Rice and Mrs. Mary Clements served as Spanish Club sponsors. Language clubs aid orphans, graduates for i l GERMAN CLUB - Front Row: Barb Gammon, Terri Schwarz, Fran Sincox, Karen Wade, julie Gynter, Cynthia Lil- leston, Debbie Sherpy. Second Row: Lou Holt, Beth Andes, Billie Cummins, lanene Castle, Melette Meloy, Pam Heath, Denise Turk, Brenda McEntire, Barb Basler, Hope Hollaman. GERMAN STUDENTS RELAX and enjoy a break from routine study. Sai? 'fm Third Row: Rick Rice, Bob Long, Steve Cox, justin Dix, Bob Ruester, lim juliff, Steve Streeter, Bob Kelly. Back Row: Gary Ganson, Ken O'Neil, Mike Copenhaver, Phil Purdy, Kent Sincox, Ron Finke, Kim Soper, Eugene Worth, Robert Brown, Larry Clarke. .'-mw,,WM N . K ge . W' W s 'ZW A vn- -1-.-rs-.C 1-1 this year's projects French Club intiated a scholarship program while German Club continued its assistance to adopted 'children as the two language club's projects. Each year, French Club will award a scholar- ship to Truman's finalist in the Americans Abroad Program. lf Truman does not have fi- nalist in this program, the financial aid will go to an outstanding French Club senior. Through various money-making projects, German Club maintained support of two Red Chinese children previously adopted. As a member of the National Federation of Students of German, the club received newspapers, rec- ords and slides. French Club officers included Sue Hoover, president, loanie Carpenter, vice president, Sonya Newman, treasurer, Rick Davis, parlia- mentarian, and Lee Anne French, reporter- historian. Mrs. Mary Sidwell sponsored French Club. German Club officers, Brenda McEntire, president, Kim Soper, vice president, Bob Ruester, secretary, Denise Turk, treasurer, and Steve Cox, reporter-historian, planned club activities. Mr. Peter Hile served as faculty sponsor. FRENCH CLUB - Front Row: loanie Carpenter, Geri Geiv- ett, Patty Polito, lanis Dickey, Sonia Newman, Barbara Finne- gan, Linda Coffin, Nancy Newhouse, Suzanne Haenni, Becky Burcham. Second Row: Ieanie Carpenter, Cindy Holliday, Bev james, Mary Williams, loan Bangert, Marie D'Angelo, Sue Hoover, Connie Pine, Lee Anne French, Linda Crawford. Y SUE HOOVER, PRESIDENT of French Club, hangs decorations in the French room for Christmas. . ' Third Row: Maureen Kelly, Lonna Mayhugh, Kim Dallam, Debbie Marr, Larry Tyree, Terri Porter, Emily Agee, Karla Kis- sling, Cindy Hill, Pam Edmonds, Carolyn Cofer. Back Row: Bill Woodward, Eugene Bordelon, Brent Schondelmeyer, Gary DePoortere, Gregg Tuttle, Leroy Searcy, Debbie Patton, ludy Kelling, Marilyn Corlett, lan Paris, Susan Watt. rfwlf X.:.....:. B M, If ,W 'xii we W l L A. , from Rowg MIS, Karen jackson, Linda Reagan, Sonia New- Denise Turk, Herbert Shimwell. Third Row: 1. Page, Bob man, Pam Heath, Twylene Reynolds, Kari Morton, Brenda Ruester, John Norman, Phil Setchfield, CYml1'3 TVOYGF, Ken McEntire, Mrs. Nancy Lewis. Second Row: Larry Phillips, Mark Reynolds, Pam Morris, Frances Sedge, Cindy Painter, TWIC forms trip to Washington, D.C. The History department initiated a new club, Today's World Investigation Club, which strived to concern students with various prob- lems confronting Independence and the rest of the world. Through TWIC students hoped to obtain a better understanding of city, state and federal governments. ' TWIC planned for a ten-day trip to Washing- ton, D.C. in june. Members chose to visit the capital building and other important land- marks. Money-making projects provided the necessary finances for the trip. In addition, members helped tutor underpri- viledged children once a week as a city-wide service project. Officers included john Norman, president, Phil Setchfield, vice president, Brenda Mc- Entire, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Nancy Lewis and Mrs. Karen jackson sponsored the club. Walby, David Elliott. Q , , , it MR. NATHANIEL MOORELAND speaks to TWIC members about poverty. 92 'IllIIIIIIIII'IIIIIII.Ill'Ill'IIIIIIIllIIIIlIIl!!!!!!l!!!!!!!!!!!!llIIIIIIlIIIIlll IETS Club utilizes learning experience junior Engineering Technological Society employed field trips and films as a means of creating a practical learning experience. IETS Club members visited the TWA Flight training center - Mid Continent Airport. They gained an understanding of pilot training in realistic simulators. IETS Club aimed to develop and refine an interest in engineering. Members strived to attain a solid background in engineering for application towards later study and careers. Steve Briggs, president, Eugene Bordelon, vice president, Tim Evans, secretary, Les Gil- lard, treasurer, planned club activities. Mr. Norman Cox and Mr. Charles McCain spon- me-."5. AAQAAAAQAQQ IETS CLUB MEMBERS work with mechanical aids to answer math Sored IETS' ematical problems. Front Row: Mr. Charles McCain, Tim Evans, George Quee- ner, Les Gilliland, Steve Streeter, Dan Rice, Marcy Mc- Connell, Mr. lack DeSelms. Second Row: Lance Case, Mike Bucko, Michael Barb, Dave Hines, Steve Bridges, Bill Haw- thorne, Danny Mueller, Mike Ginn, Mr. Norman, Cox. Back Row: Eugene Bordelon, Robert White, Stewart Weddle, Kim Soper, Dan Hallford, Don Locascio, David Campbell, Rick Mawhirter. ,........,.f,,...,1,,.,..,n,.M.5,..,..,,..-,.-..,..,.,,.,,,,.--. , -.-.,.....,....,....,..,.,',,,,.....-..,.:-,,,, J , V I I FRANK KAVENAUGH SERVES customers on snowy night. Front Row: Rick Stave, Monte Cotton, David Shoaf, John Thompson, Dave Sparks, Dave Lee, Mike Carr, Gary Luna. Second Row: Tony Simonie, Rod Anderson, Janie Leighton- Floyd, Denice Blythe, Douglas E. Campbell, David V. Srader, Doug Jennings, Laurie Lightfoot, Laurie McVay, Peggy Ni- chols. Third Row: Terry Lane, Jan Walker, Sharon Robison, Sharon Cunningham, Ginger White, Teresa Darner, Joyce Phillips, Beverly Blomquist, Linda King, Mary Gauge, Dar- lene Randall, Joyce Rabon, Terri Roach, Vicki Heflin, Launa Andes, Lorraine Wallace, Diane Schonfeldt, Cheri Thomp- son, Penny Nichols, Connie Cupp. Fourth Row: Ken Evans, Sherry Rice, Connie Wright, Cheryl Weston, Betty Fleming, Julie Leighton-Floyd, Roberta Sciortino, Gay Saunders, Con- nie McNamara, Judy Shelton, Brenda Hall, Jeanne Schilpp, Jim Lawson, Paul Davis, Bill Womack, Bill Ulshafer, Cliff Robertson, Gary Holland. Fifth Row: Jeannie Alumbaugh, Larry Ray Markley, Ronnie McPhail, David Webster, Mike Smith, Donald Landers, Fred King, Larry Blatt, Ed Baldwin, Danny Swinney, Dennis Wallace, Bruce Jensen, Maynard Courter, Glenn Blankenship, Bill Campbell, Harvey Cun- ningham, J. D. Stoneman. Back Row: William Dean Squires, John McComas, Mike White, Warren Gooden, Curtis Mey- er, Ron Woolery, Kent Price, Dave Walkinshaw, Don Me- dling, Jim Cottrell, Phil Evans, Robert Vannattan, Cliff Hunt- sucker, Gary Russell, Steve Tompkins, Frank Kavanaugh, Jim Osgood, Carl Beal, Robert Lundquist. A- -.LY .L 1 A . -" ' - '-W ' - ' " ' m a- ' .' -1--ac-:-2 r.. ,... . - ..N- l Front Row Mrs Irma Wehner Patti Anderson Cindyjohn anette Anderson Nancy Krokstrom loyce Carmichael Back son Debi Gearhart Carol Taylor Bonnie Larson Second Row Linda Slade Karin Carlson Connie Dickson Kathy Row Carolyn Dixon Louise Colletti Teresa OMalley je Richards Kathy Montalte Sue Alsup . -gg, f""'f IEANNIE ALUMBAUGH WORKS as a clerk in COE program. COE offers variety of useful vocations The COE program placed emphasis on pract- ical job training in various occupations this year. - Sponsors, Mr. Larry Cook and Mr. john Shinn, selected students during their junior year to participate in the senior orientated program. Designed to help the student, DECA and SOO divisions of COE aided club members in choosing prospective careers. Distributive Education Clubs of America provided the stu- dent with a type of extra-curricular activity. SOO enabled girls to apply the skills perfected in previous secretarial courses in an on-the-job basis. Mrs. Irma Wehner sponsored the secre- tarial division of COE. COE consisted of four hours at school, with the remainder of the day spent on the job. 15 hours constituted the minimum working re- quirment for students in COE. .. ,.........W. ........,,.,,.,.,N.,,,....,,,,,,..,....,..,.,,,....+?..,..-,,,.,..-+---.+.?P?s...,-nn...,..,.-,,.h-. . FFA places third: Kiddie Kar Kontest www aim' Submitting an entry in the Kiddie Kar Kon- test proved profitable for Future Farmer mem- y s ,, bers. With the theme, "Plow the Bears," the organization tied for third place in the event. Major activities of FFA consisted of partici- pating in parliamentary procedure and speak- ing contests, visiting a livestock school in Ham- ilton, Missouri, and entering the American Royal in Kansas City. Members also attended the National FFA Convention held October 14- 17. Recently elected officers included Lee Snell, president, David Meadors, vice president, Rus- sell Burton, secretary, Bob Kennedy, corre- sponding secretary, Bob Warrene, treasurer, Mike Tuttle, reporter, Preston Rogers, senti- nel, john Guller, parliamentarian, Rocky Com- stock, chaplain. Mr. Arthur Kelley sponsored the club. MEMBERS srRivE TOWARD a successful Kiddie Kar. Front Row: Lee Snell, Preston Rogers, David Meadors, Mike Ballinger, Bob Warrene, Mike Rice. Back Row: Charles Tuttle. Second Row: Mr. Arthur Kelley, Randall Winkler, jeff McComas, john Gullett, Steve Curtis, james Jackson. - 96 73,2 V .1-AC, , .+....,q........,,.w. W gB""" ' --- ' -- ' " 1-s.::ee- " -,- a..-.- , l """""""" "' l Y ..,. . Front Row: Mrs. Mary Robinson, Twylene Reynolds, Linda Ford, Mary Gouge, Mrs. Mary Ann McGovern. Second Row: Kathy Montalte, Lynette McDole, Cindy Messick, Crystal Borgman. Back Row: Denice Blythe, Debbie Willis, Rose- mary Balans, Karen Sturdevant. Girls develop homemaking skills in FHA MRS. COHOON, FROM Independence School of Beauty, ex- plains to members the importance of proper hair care. 97 Future Homemakers of America provided girls with the opportunity to develop and ex- pand their interest in the fields of homemaking. The completion of a basic home economics course coupled with a continuing interest in homemaking enabled girls to obatin FHA membership. Speakers from the florist shops illustrated flower arrangement and beauty experts dem- onstrated the use of wigs, falls and wiglets. These programs gave FHA,members a vast background in not only homemaking but also in its related fields. Members became familiar with all facets of homemaking and received hints from the sponsors at meetings. FHA officers for the year were Kathy Mon- talte, president, Linda Ford, vice president, Laurie Lightfoot, secretary, and Cindy Messick, treasurer. Mrs. Mary Robinson and Mrs. Mary Ann McGovern sponsored club meetings and field trips. , Photographers improve new techniques -2' DEBBIE BROWNING MIXES chemical solution in darkroom. Front Row: Geri Geivett, Wanda Lewis, jan Allen, Brenda Stone, Ruth McConchie, Mr. Hunter. Second Row: Lance Case, Debbie Browning, Marietta Butler, Becky Hart, Susan ln its second year of existence Truman's Pho- tography Club worked closely with the journal- ism and publications departments in an effort to meet picture deadlines. New darkroom facilities helped club mem- bers further their knowledge of photography through films, lectures and most of all the ac- tual experience. Taking and developing their own pictures enabled members to take a part in getting effective pictures for the yearbook and newspaper. After-school meetings gave photographers the opportunity to discuss new ideas and diffi- culties in picture processing. By using different time exposures and printing techniques, club members found they could obtain new picture effects. Entering a picture contest climaxed a year of developing and perfecting photography techniques. Officers Debbie Browning, president, Mike Hanley, vice president, Wanda Lewis, secre- tary, Brenda Stone, treasurer and Mr. Al Hunt- er, sponsor, held meetings on every fourth Thursday. Watt. Back Row: john Glenn, Mike Hanley, Richard Dicky, Marcia Leibold, Barb Basler. ,...,,.q-1-.-1...-,-,.....,....-........,.n-,,f.-,. -fr--. . , - rg? ,.f" TX Front Row: Mr. Bowman, Doug Wilson, Richard jones, Mike Willis, Fred Webster. Back Row:- David Van Fleet, Eugene Bordelon, Robert Wray, Bill Hawthorne, Gary Chappell. W T1 A ,,,,f.t,,, we-.,Ut, 4, . .mf-WW-5-ms., .. , 9.1mm jmwf, ,,W.y,w-N. M--.frwwfxaf --Ji tiff? 'W15W'wH 'warms wg., ,,,. .1 .. x H , . . 1 ,W Q- I H k,s,' pk fi, V 1 .4 727 . iii .,. y , filly, DAVID VAN FLEET experiments with the new transmitter. 99 New facilities used by THS Radio Club Radio Club members interested in electron- ics used new equipment to gain insight in the fundamentals of radio broadcasting. Thousands of dollars worth of electronic equipment donated to the physics department by Scout Troop, Post and Pack number 446 proved to be of great value to the club. Instruc- tions explaining the use of transmitters and receivers aided members in maintaining their own radio broadcasting station at school. Class- es in code and theory practice held each Wednesday after school enabled several to obtain their own operators license. Officers Eugene Bordelon, president, David Van Fleet, vice president, Bill Hawthorne, sec- retarygtreasurer and Mr. james Bowman, spon- sor, organized the club. Club members investigate stock market BETSY PAGE FILLS out dividend checks for club members. The newly formed Investment Club delved into the stock aspect of the business world. Investing money wisely in profitable projects constituted the club's major goal. After first visiting their stock broker, who advised them as to what stock to buy, members purchased stock in a clothing company. Monthly meetings meant careful examination of the New York Stock Exchange sales. Confronted with the problem of when to buy and sell shares, club members soon be- came aware of the unpredictability of the stock market. If the stock rated low, the club dis- cussed other types of stock and the possibility of investing in shares. Ken Southwick, president, Bob Britt, vice president, Frances Sedge, secretary, Betsy Page, treasurer, and Doug Wilson, historian acted as Investment Club officers. Mrs. Grace Shaver sponsored the club. Front Row: Ken Southwick, Becky Hart, Linda Coffin, Betsy Page, Doug Wilson. Back Row: Steve Cox, Frank Kerns, Lynn Wilkinson, Dave Maggi, Charlie Franklin. ,a .5 -as.4.::.u+.:.ws4...n.1 4. .,.q.p........, - u1aQ.u::.:1a5-My-....9L.e4...:L,, .VH-, 1 Front Row: Pat Hillen, Becky Hart, Debbie Wells, justin Dix, Mike Hillen. Back Row: Bill Major, Gary Holland, Dennis Adams, Scott Roberson, jim luliff. Chess Club learns techniques of game l Meeting once a month, Truman's Chess Club members sought to learn and perfect the fun- damentals of chess. With an emphasis on fair play and sports- manship, members learned the legal move- ments of each chess piece and the strategy of the game. With the development of clubs in other area high schools, chess members competed in oc- casional invational tournaments and an Intra- mural tournament. The Truman-Chrisman tournament climaxed the year. Directed by Mrs. Linda Nagle, officers in- cluded Mike Hillen, president, justin Dix, vice president, and lim Haefele, secretary- treasurer. GAME STRATEGY AND concentration result in satisfaction. 101 Faculty employs assistance of students in libraries, offices, counseling facilities my 441: 'vs ' TERRY MARTIN OFFICE aide collects attendance cards last H hour. l AUDIO-VISUAL AIDES - Front Row: e Mike Ginn Bill Barlow, Back Row: Lynn Wilkerson Bill Hayes Bill . McCormick. l T , l 1 l l I l l l tl sl il . 1 ,ll ,T ti ll l i Many facets of Truman required the help and cooperation of students Dedicating their study hall hours, students assisted counselors, librarians and office work ers by performing various duties Library and audio visual aides organized films, records, and other reference materials They also helped maintain library order At the end of the year, students received pins ac knowledglng their services Alphabetlzlng file cards typing special forms and running errands constituted the responsl bilities of the counselor aides Counselors also enlisted the assistance of aides in contacting students for appointments and helping stu dents locate college and vocational information Recording attendance and keeping files in order consumed the time of office aides and taught them efficiency in clerical work Together, these aides not only helped ad ministration facilities function smoothly but also created a better relationship between stu- dents and faculty. 102 If COUNSELOR AIDES Front Row Kathle Alexander Laurre Lightfoot Back Row Llnda Tlttle Susan Nance OFHCE MDE5 From ROW Bemta Casey Joan Bangeff lene Culver Scheryl Coffel Susie Saunders Barbara Dlvlne Peggy Thorne Tern Martln Second Row janlce Cascalro PamTl-lomas Renee Dent Ida Dorsey Dee Ann Glover Back Row Shlr 'T-7 LIBRARY AIDES Front Row Beverly Medlrng Sandra le Bellamy Crystal Borgman Clndy Messick Back Row CHIOH Llnda Lewls Pam joe Karl Morton Second Row Tonl Beverstock Karen Koon Teresa Wnght Nancy Chap Karin Carlson clerk Donna Hunsucker Linda Fasse lan man Sherry Antrlm Kathy Karch 1.2 Pats, Lettermen thletic clubs prove skills and strength frown A A ' A - g,,' Front Row: Don Howes, Cliff Felix, Alan Kelley, Kent Sincox, Randy Rice, Bill Allinder, lack Wooldrige, Rusty Ford. Sec- ond Row: Mark McGuire, Bill Walker, Rod Haenni, Sheldon Chambers, Steve Ruoff, john Norman, Mike Smittle, Dennis DeLong, Clyde Henry, Don Taylor. Third Row: Coach Rob- ert Felling, Dave Mizer, Charlie Franklin, Dennis Staves, Lar- i ry Holmes, Doug Van Kirk, Rick Rice, Bill Closson, justin Dix, Coach Laurel Hobick. Back Row: Wayne Shumaker, Mel Shields, lim Daniels, jim Hickam, john Murphy, lim Kauff- man, Norman Talbot, Larry Clarke, Bob Kelly, Randall Wink- ler, Doug Wikoff. ' l.ETTERMEN'S CLUB DISPLAYS enthusiasm and spir- it for upcoming Truman-Chrisman game with Kid- die-Kar Kontest entry. S qv' , N., . . M.-,ffs,.','s in sports activities Athletic ability and skill constituted the qual- ifications for membership in Pats and Letter- men's clubs. Pats members attended Sports Days at var- ious area schools. Learning and perfecting vol- leyball basics consumed the members' time and energy. Membership in Lettermen's Club required the attainment of a varsity letter in any sport. TLC sponsored the Lettermen vs. Faculty bas- ketball game. Pats officers, Debbie Burns, president, Diana Trimble, vice president, Sharon Hoover, secre- tary, Connie Fickel, treasurer, and Suzanne Haenni, social chairman, worked with Mrs. Melinda Albin. Lettermen's Club officers, Bill Allinder, presi- dent, Randy Rice, vice president, Allan Kelly, secretary, Kent Sincox, treasurer, and Mike Wagner, sergeant-at-arms, supervised club activities. Front Row: Suzanne Haenni, Patti McKie, Lisa Walsh, Lor- etta Cole, Lisa Anderson, Pat Cockerell, Patricia Lynn. Sec- ond Row: Connie Fickel, Glenda Wilson, Marla Robinson, Connie Dickson, Nancy Newhouse, Debbie McLain, lulie B 41 f'X N V Y ,av , V .-4, F 1 .,4f'?J33 .17 ,...i J ,.,, . A V ..,L. 3, .-. ., f., -Q. - f. ., ,,.,,, V .V PATS MEMBERS DISPLAY abilities in volleyball practice. ' Gunter, Kathy Cascairo. Back Row: Susie Saunders, Diana Trimble, Debbie Burns, Debbie Patton, Henriette Moessner, Patty Umsted, Kate Choplin, Dee Tryon, Sandy Oettin g. 2 f 4 dimension to sports G mnastic club adds '12 effflf Q21 W W ,, Y V The formation of a gymnastic club added a new dimension to girls' athletics at Truman this 2 vf--..a..l...,,,... W. , , 1 year. Tryouts required girls to perform on bal- rw. ance beam, trampoline and horse before a a panel of judges. judges evaluated each girl's performance on the basis of originality, diffi- culty and ability. Girls practiced once a week on the various gymnastic equipment in order to prepare for future performances. Highlighting the year, the club performed during halftime at basket- ball games. Officers included Sara Bergman, president, Lydia Shumock, vice president, and Linda Car- lisle, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Sheila Wyss sponsored the club. MEMBERS PERFECT TRAMPOLINE skills for future performances. Front Row: Susan Haenni, Barbara Gamon, Ellen Brand, Susan Puff, Debbie Lindsey, Linda Carlisle, Karen Wade. Second Row: lanis Dickey, Mary Williams, Connie Walker, Sara Bergman, Mary Nippes, Cindy Wilkerson, Pam Wingate, Dena Smith. Third Row: Kate Choplin, Diane Trimble, Karen Vader, Ruth NcConchie, ludy Milikan, Linda Perry, Lynda Lawson, Denise Blythe. tiqnunus 106 J ' ' K it i If .1 T A lr X E V- Q if K IEEV -' A, xtyy 5 ,5 ,gh f - 1 C. T 5 PREPARING FOR THEIR next cheer at Raytown are junior varsity cheerleaders Carol Maddux and Margaret Horne, juniors, Ly- nette Calovich, Babbie Pryor, Suasn Coil and Linda Milleson, sophomores. - X, A HEAD CHEERLEADER, EMILY AGEE, explains a new cheer. 107 .V. helps varsity in spirit promotion Truman established another first with the addition of a junior varsity cheerleading squad. An amendment to the Pep Club constitution enabled the formation of the group. Tryouts required sophomore and junior girls to perform acrobatic stunts and cheers before Pep Club. The squad attended cheerleading clinic at Marshall, Missouri last summer. They returned with high ratings in spirit and cheering ability. Tying with Truman's varsity cheerleaders, the squad won the "sparkplug" award for display- ing the most spirit. A car-wash and rummage sale provided the needed funds for clinic and new uniforms. As head cheerleader, junior, Emily Agee led juniors, Carol Maddux and Margaret Horne and sophomores, Linda Milleson, Babbie Pryor, Susan Coil and Lynnette Calovich. Pep Club girls earn total of 1400 from .wry . A W.. ,-we , ,W YELL LEADERS: MARIE D'ANGELO, Debbie Burns, Shirlene Culver, Kathy Dennis, Cheryl Miller and Mary Kuklenski. Front Row: Connie Twente, Connie Woods, Mary Williams, Linda Reagan, Sonia Newman, Linda Downum, Pat Polito, Kathy Taylor, Cindy Holliday, Debbie McMillian, Pam Heath, Cindi Rollo, Nancy Newhouse, Pam Gordon, Terri Wilson, Linda Carlisle, Linda Perry. Second Row: Shirlene Culver, Sue Blythe, Lynette McDole, Sandy Hisle, Terri Day, Connie Walker, Vicki Constance, Teresa Conard, Susan Paxton, Sue Latimer, Debbie Whiting, Ann Lotridge, Lee Anne French, Janice Troutman, loan,Seidel, Gayle Hutcheson, Mary Good- year. Third Row: Kathy Dennis, Reta McCrary, Donna Hun- sucker, Mary Day, Pam Philips, loan Bangert, lanice Cascai- ro, Gaye Hardy, Denise DeHaven, Sharon Richey, Nancy Lesh, Kathy Hancock, LaNita Baldwin, lane Bennett, Kathie Alexander, jean Bennett, Beth Andes, Linda Lewis. Back Row: Debbie Burns, Michelle Harris, janet Weller, Barbara Hall, Mary Haefele, Bonnie Harris, Carol Cain, Liz Reneau, Paula Scogin, loyce Shelton, Gretchen Staley, Marsha Right- myer, Cindy Kuhn, Pam Thomas, loann Keyton, Susie Saun- ders, Henrietta Moessner, Hatsie Person, Cherese Larison, Kate Choplin, Pam Norman. -'-'----' ----- ww '.-a..e1aa,te.,,,,..,,,1L,,3:, 5.7, Wa summer project Beglnnlng early IH the summer Pep Club members delved into the sale of several types of wrapping paper Each glrl found It her re sponslblllty to sell a mlnlmum of ten boxes Pep Club earned a total amount of 2151400 through this project The purchase of banners representing each hugh school ln the Suburban Eight, culminated four years of effort Pep Club managed the addltlon of these banners, along with dona tlons from other organizations Through combined efforts the Pep Club en try won flrst place ID the annual Klddle Kar Kontest Pats Relgn Supreme, the float's theme, stressed the outcome of the Truman Chrlsman game Officers for the 1969 70 school year lnclud ed Clndy Kuhn, president, Pam Gordon, vlce president Gretchen Staley, secretary, Terry Wllson, treasurer, Marcla Rrghtmyer, parlla mentarlan, and Debbie Ochs, reporter it l1lStOrlEil'1 MRS VERNA KING and Clndy Kuhn display new school banners Front Row jams Dlckey Clndy Cable Pam Wingate Tana Slsk Susan Puff Sheryl Kolas Cindy Gray Eileen White Pam Harper Sandra May Chns Sanders Gloria Latimer Kathy Bouyear Barbara Fmnegan Cynthia Vaughan Debble Kirk Denise O Dell Second Row Cheryl Hammond Jacque Clow Cindy Wilkerson Joy Romdall Lmda Pointer Mona Duckworth Mellette Meloy Gerl Gelvett Pam Crawford Carol Ries Sharon Hedges Pam Simms Debbie Slglock Paula Edde Sara Bergman julle Gunter Kathy Cascalro Lana Steffens Debbie Ochs Marle DAngelo Thlrd Row Llesa Goettel Caryl Purdy Linda Cohoon Sara Savage Pam Wnlmoth Karen Skolaut Susan Brune Mary Gray janene Castle Lmda Sedge Pat Cockerell Fran Smcox Ellen Brand Tern Porter Donna Scogm Patty Field Judy Keellng Krm Dallam Llnda Crawford Mary Kuklenskl Back Row Teresa Wright Chns Srncox Nancy Chapman Rhonda Rice Deb ble Elchenberger Sandy Sellers Elleen Hart Lana Stevenson Susan Sears Debble Marr Lusa Anderson Susan Peters Bev Burns Tarn Hodges judy Mrlllkan Sue Hatch lackne Satter fleld Terr1Schwerz Connle Shannon Cynthia Troyer Pam Haswell Connle Chrrstensen Cheryl Miller WW 4m"f MMM ""!svQl!t,,,., ,,,,, R158 eyfsaw 33 li ,, 32 ii i I: i 2 1 4 ll S 1 i i 3 5 Q i K ia 3 5 E 5 z F i Q 5 1 5 J i x i 1 1 i 4 i i i s 5 i E E a E i I 1: ii ii I, i pi My i +2 Ll vi gi Dale Doubledee and Kathy King Q ...S Debbie Lindsey Nancy jo Davis ?QS75,i?fi3 V Qefnifwk. si . fggisf. JN lanice Reneau O Nancy Shultz and Sharon Hoover fx i 1 'Ny 1, ,i i iii: " 11 i.Q Marshall clinic evalu A iiii l VARSITY CHEERLEADERS LEAD Pep Club in spirit chant. ..h........-,,, ates varsity squad THS varsity cheerleaders participated in a new form of evaluation with other area high schools at a summer clinic at Marshall, Mis- souri. lnstead of competing against other squads, .each squad received evaluations, rang- ing from poor to excellent, according to their performances. Varsity tied with Truman's ju- nior varsity squad forthe "sparkplug" award. The cheerleaders purchased new uniforms this year. These uniforms consisted of white skirts with red and blue inpleats, and white jackets, also accented with red and blue. Throughout the year, cheerleaders provided support and pride for the various teams and the sports they represented. Assemblies, an- nouncements and contests between the differ- ent classes served as "pep boosters" for the school. 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Q.Q.L.'-l.'i"'?f.11v.,fxf'7gL.x'.i'f'i'f'l11EfXl5I fi. .zlqxwl 'i2"' YD. 5-XLS'-2-,,Z??L? ' ' x "' ' ' "M ' W' 1' , I V Y w A v 1 w 1 ,Egg Sports EXHAUSTED DUANE KIMBLE recovers from a grueling run Pride, splrlt lead Patriots to wmnmg season ,sf . BILL ALLINDER APPRAISES the opposition. 114 I if fx il , .9 i K' LJ. ,f Q- ,vnu l A SPECTATORS ENCOURAGE DAVE MIZER towards victory. S 1-rf W FTA 9.1. COACH FELLING CHECKS stopwatch for official time. OppOSlI'Ig FUDHGT . 115 VARSITY - Duane Kimble, Bill Allinder, Don Howes, Don Herod, Melvin Shields, Brent Schondelmyer, Charlie Franklin, Steve O'Dell, Dave Mizer, Mike Gammon, Randy Gammon, Bob Kelly. l ll, 5 s 2 is lslzl, .dx Q 116 Cross countr takes third in state run CHARLIE FRANKLIN SPRINTS past spectators. Truman's cross country team in its best show- ing ever placed third in all-state competition. Duane Kimble finished eighth to lead the Patriots. Overall, Truman's two cross country teams compiled a 28-4 record. Headed by tri-captains, Kimble, Bill Allinder and Bill Taylor, the varsity team finished I4-3 losing to Ruskin, Lee's Summit and Raytown South. In triangular and invitational competition, Truman finished second at Raytown South, Marshall and Ruskin. A second in conference and first in district highlighted the year. The junior varsity team with Patriot main- stays, Brent Schondelmyer and Steve O'Dell, won14 meets against one defeat to Ruskin. 1. V. harriers also won first place at the Raytown South Invitational and Ruskin Invitational. A second in Conference closed out the season. JUNIOR VARSITY - Norman Talbot, Wayne Shumaker, Mike Summers, Danny Mueller, Chester Hoststler, jordan Richard Howes, George Queene, Philip Staley, Albie Flee- Allen. , man Bob Elser, joel Smith, Stephen Schafer, Nick Hahn, MIKE WAGNER CRACKS into an opposing runner. PICKlNG OFF AN opposing pass, Bill Closson runs for daylight. 118 - -- -A ---- t- Lv AT M. .,-.g, -' ,.,, ,,,,, ,,, , '- " f-za..-2 V12 i g vt '- . Qi! E I 14312 iv if A 1 Vx .A .t,'v K A: , ,. ,,,i.. . f .s- -,.-.-Q .,,,,,. Qi .J Q L . . we JK if . , Q ' I' ve. .'r if if 538.44 -Q2 i .-79:1 Patriots start season with three victories 'L 5 fa- , 1,3224 .. 1... .Ry ,V 3-1 -,. N, ,I gn xx V., lu-A, -f-Y,.--4-sr--H' x Al iixebg- as 1-hr .J'f::.: if., ,S ,. ,.. 'V ' A v9n'gii ' fi , ' .K PATRIOT DEFENSE HUDDLES as Coach Hobick confers with referee. I 119 i ALAN KELLY COMES to a halt after a long gain. Front Row: Bill Closson, Neil Farquhar, Mike Copenhaver, Mike Hatfield, Danny King, Alan Kelley, Kent Sincox, Ed Baldwin, Cleff Felix, Richard Rogers, Mike Wagner, Bob Ochs, lack Wooldridge, Second Row: Sam Brookens, Chris ----f-----""" Patriots capture Wagon Wheel Trophy Bloomquist, john Murphy, lim Dannels, Terry Lierman, Rog- er Harris, lim Kauffman, Randy Rice, Steve Burton, Dennis Staves, Neil Pruitt, Dennis Tierney, Randy Winkler, Mike Bryan. Back Row: Ray Hawk, Kenny Clenin, Gary Ganson, The Patriot football machine sparked its way to three opening victories. Playing on the Pa- triots home field Northeast fell 34-0. The Yel- lowjackets from Center succumbed to the Pa- triots 27-26. Truman defeated Raytown 14-10 for their third straight victory. De LaSalle upset the Patriots the following week 20-7. The Titans dealt the Pats a crushing blow ending all hopes for an undefeated season. On a rain-drenched field Truman and Ruskin battled to a scoreless tie. A last minute field goal that fell short ended the Patriots final hope for victory. Homecoming proved disastrous as the Oak Park Northmen stunned the Patriots 49-13. The Patriots then traveled to North Kansas City in hopes of returning to the winning path. The Hornets thought otherwise, as they defeated the Patriots 20-13. Mistakes cost Truman a chance for a fourth-quarter victory. On Parent's Night the number one ranked Hawklets invaded the Pats after securing a 14-0 victory. 121 Mark Nichols, Dennis White, George Feiser, Ron Toloso, Mike Hobick, Mike Smittle, Steve Springer, Doug Murdock, Steve Felix, lohn Wallar. In a game marked by interceptions the Cardi- nals from Raytown South scored a 3-0 victory over the Patriots, continuing the Patriots slump. In the battle for the Wagon Wheel Trophy, Truman came out on top as they defeated arch- rival William Chrisman 28-7 ending five weeks of Patriot defeat. 4 The Big Red finished with a 4-5-1 record tying for 4th place in the Suburban Eight. Elected by their fellow teammates, captains, Danny King, Alan Kelly, Mike Wagner and Randy Rice led the Patriots. The naming of Wagner, Rice, lack Wooldridge and Ed Baldwin to the first team All-Area high- lighted the year. Kent Sincox, john Murphy, Kelly and King rounded out the All-Area second team. Mike Hatfield, Chris Bloomquist, Glen Ni- chols, Bob Ochs and Neal Farquhar received honorable mention. Sincox represented Truman on the Kansas City "Star's" all-conference team. Randy Winkler Back jxlw t y ' A Y it C -Q .-k' v,. C Q , . ,a sm gf: ' fa WE K x jim Kauffman Center :Q a " l! '-v ' I " --t Chris Bloomquist Ray Hawk Dennis Tierney Safety Kicker Linebacker Danny King Ed Baldwin Cliff Felix Guard Guard Quarterback Bob Ochs Fullback K f e m jaie f if 1 a .L A A W' 'A X it Q M rs 5 3, Ea T' 9 Q xr 3 Q uw' 1 f J ,y 0 KY 'F' 35' f " v x if Billy Closson I- bl w fwz ,N wi :V kt, -4- at rl W 3 Randy Rice Tackle f y 55 V'- e gal? . A 3 ' K , U l Terry Lierman Guard Halfback lack Wooldridge End Mike Hatfield Center Kent Sincox Center Neil Farquhar Halfback fi ,L .M A ,M .N '4 iff, A li sf- Q: '.Q1 ,if:E4 5" i 5 y 'l . . K 6 0 A N Mike Wagner Linebacker Mike Bryan Quarterback aea T Gary Ganson Mike Copenhaver End End in Zi 1 0 J 4 4 gm f "F ,, ws' rw-is. : 4 A 1 4 3 Y Neil Pruitt Dennis Staves Back Guard ..g.wr,- ,V. rr f 5 .sv V M Q? QE' V ,, A f 'ff 1' David Wooldridge john Wallar Fullback Manager .m, A ' TQ: vlfi fx G ff 2 .J M 4 f. .Ref 5 A , TA , , ,,i,,fm, F3 . , -scifi? , V A "r' T1 3 'L , fim a-, ,.... , f , gi 3 . I , I J I. r A , ' E l A . Alan Kelley Halfback Doug Mu rdock Tackle lohn Murphy End r , 5 . Richard Rogers Tackle Performance, abilit lettermen qualities it-A Q -21 ' i f 'P hx 4. 545 V 1 7 A uee -Q N K -1'f A, Q' 'MJ if Sd-..':..,,,. T iiie 4 PATS DEFENSE PRACTICE proves worthwhile as they hold Ray- town Souths offense to a score of 36 to 19. 123 Truman, Ruskin splash to scoreless tie Reflections of unity. .. Calculating future duty . . . 124 . ---'--1-"-""' ' Surviving the cold. .. . . .even wet spectators 125 iii 2 'W VH "" T 5 f?',?ff,,?a? l Y 7 f, Vfff: , ,, i gf' as , , ' 1 , A V., I:,V,. W if Z' 1",3U4' 'U , V V' " + , V S' 1 ' I - ,Q .C 27 mi, 'Ww,,,f,.f' fff,i'w,Vf," VV' ' - , - . L-W " . Vf it . ,P ', V f .V at V ,Ziff-Q w c - - w ' f A C, R VV .Q -, 'Q V - VV if VV 'V - .. Q M, lf ' Q V ' -f L' ' V- 1 V .I il.-1 W, , H - . , am 'f'wVN-"':fvQ1'Mf '65 I .,VI- - -Lv 5- - V1 V V .5 Y. '- ,.-f , A ,fe - 1 . '- it I-f'g,:i I "' , "www M --'171' '-- M ' ' 5,-wi ,FTM - 'fm 4 .f az. 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AV ,V Ifitaje , :nt ,,,V -, f- ' ,cf-, 4' '12 -' r g vs, '-' -. ,J " -f ', 3 1' ' ' - -' nf V .. , ' , f, 'wfwv w il fha, :fr Sym ,r .wfn,V', af f,,s: ff-QVIf,f,Vt.'-f'qrVf., m . 7 fl' V fw- '?5,'2'l:- 'Wa ,:4',Z1r1-an 1" ' V ., "-'pit Kg' -'f A 35' . ix - 3357 lie' in-QW?-+Jwh6 N hfibw' YJ? i txmfws S" f V' ,fi , L.,i.Q,,ig,,QL,,, ,iilgwiz 5,Yfi,5,,,fi,ViLQf5g-t.f.,.,,5,f mtgyz, gy i 1,5 AA E, ,fggmipbfxs -Qgagfarw ., ft .4-, 1 16? VW Q: 1 i M 2921 igf' w1igly ,.lQ+, , l' X blk tw Inf? A-L4K'l,k,. .vw Front Row: Craig Bates, Mike Hobick, john Ross, Ricky Da- vidson, Ted jowett, Craig Ward, lim Green, Gary Laferty, Kevin Wilson, Doug McCrary, Donnie White. Second Row: Paul Garrison, lim Christensen, Matt Turner, Danny Bryan, Greg jones, Dennis Gray, Bill Camerlynck, lim Peters, Mark V TEV' "Z agar? ,. . , ,M 1 . ,, , V M , , , V ,V to ' ' V Jw 0 ig, xp? giwvufgf' Mgwkg-' QEQQMQQV jones, David Andes, George Cook. Back Row: Rodney Zell- er, Mark Saunders, less Wingo, Gary Noland, Brian Haush- eer, lamie Gagliardi, Mark Cramer, Max Corlett, lim Young, Scott Landon, Steve Hatfield. MIKE SMITTLE FOLLOWS the action around left end. 126 Sophs, j.V.'s improve throughout season HALFTIME PROVIDES NEIL PRUITT a chance to recover. X a , 2 tl vi 4 24' 1 3 fn, vf' 'Wu ' M N-1 Roger Harris Mike Hobick Line Kicker W"!.!L. ., Mark Nichols Line Quarterback ' Steve Burton N QQMUGZ ij is. .Mfr SOPHOMORES DISCUSS CAME strategy while awaiting further defensive action. 127 Front Row: Darwin Coffman, Doug Wikoff, Bill Walker, Dennis Bass, Dwight Erickson, Lance Heflin. Back Row: Wayne jones, Richard Rogers, Wayne Gardner, Steve Green, Mike Copenhaver, lack Paskon, Vance Heflin, Coach Don Coffman. TRUMAN'S MATMAIDS, CAROL NANCE, jo Ann Keyton, Su- sie Saunders and Pam jones aid wrestlers in preparing for matches. Steve Green 'WW 'ZiF' ' ' " ' ' - - ----f- ' -3vD -" " " "17'1 ff- . v--- -A - , mg ,S ,,..,. - ---v-vw"-"" Wrestlers take third place in district Dwight Erickson M"""'4""M"K Bill Walker 129 Patriot wrestlers captured fifth place in con- ference and third place in district to climax a 6- 5-1 season. The grapplers twice defeated Wil- liam Chrisman along with victories over Liber- ty, Center, Raytown and Van Horn. Dwight Erickson earned first place in confer- ence and established a 25-3 record. After plac- ing second in regionals, Erickson went on to win second place in state competition. Bill Walker captured third place in confer- ence and posted a 21-6 record. Wayne Gardner compiled a 17-9 record to lead the Pat heavies. junior varsity matmen posted an 11-2 record. Sophomore Randy Hardy captured first place in conference to lead the Patriots. Dennis Bass and Max Corlett also pinned down third place Conference finishes. l IUNIOR VARSITY -- Front Row: Bob Osgood Bob Elser Tom Hawkins Randy Hardy Max Coriett Larry Tyree Craig Ward. Second Row: Coach Talbott jim Green jim Klick Rod Haenni Gary Bressman Charles McComas jim Kisner. 3 I i' ' - J I 259414. ..., . .,...... C 3 QA W I 5 iw 4 M jf, 5, ,fa y ,Q Z ffgh, .f ,, 1 :W ,Wx M W 'S-. SME I gf! ,wi QW NY idfwf' E' ,mb T233 if V ' and if Q I I I I I I I I I I I I TRUMAN WRESTLER OVERPOWERS his Raytown opponent. 130 dnl.- . -l , I S i- 'k'k ' vvwwswvm- lllfi F L BILL WALKER EXECUTES an effective reversal. Matmen illustrate their winning ways 'Q STEVE GREEN FIGHTS to pin a Raytown opponent. .fa Ln.. V REFEREE SIGNALS TWO points for successful takedown. l 131 Front Row: Coach Bob McHenry. Back Row: Rick Miller, Mick Matthews, Dan Cornelius, Mike Hatfield, Evan Manuel, Gary Noble, Dlx MIKE MATHEWS AND Corny Cornelius strain to outreach Hawklets. ' Wyss, jack Crilbertson, Doug Murdock, john Herbst, Mike jefflones, Chuck Burks. TRUMANITE STRUC-C-LES WITH Chrlsmanlte for the rebound 132 Truman team displays victorious style IACK GILBERTSON LOOKS for opening, prepares to setup play. mrs TRUMANITE EYES THE basket for an additional two points. JOHN HERBST GRAPPLES with Chfismafi Player for ba" 133 MIKE MATHEWS OUTIUMPS Northtown opponent for third quarter tip. J jeff Jones , I i I 7 ' ' 'iff-as ' V I 1 ff , Y ' f .M M Q i 1 A l' 1 iff .nf-:'t-f ew fzizme- A , ' 7 . I -gf55gf,fmz,a:.gs,4 ' I -LMP -'. K Egg ff:-' V 4 ' 1 i fwfl " .W Q fkuz . K ,, -' 'M YL' ' QQ! W IQ Evan Manuel Dan Cornelius ippip i,Qp, Mike Matthews 134 f:' ,' ff hw ff " 1 HB1 ff . gp K! V fy in 1 F ' '73 5 , f ' ' I f Q f ' wx . of A, A 5 , , ,Xu mi W I If ,, , Z i . A ii, gg! 'Q ,V l, , 2 ., , f ,ff 'Q fi W ff ,M , , Chuck Burks jack Gilbertson Rick Miller " Patriotlettermen exem Iif irit ride ' 'Tr 1 'W ' , TTY Iflfffifi """ A ' . 0 ' 'Y '-:givin , A ,S " -.,, K .SVI i, K y 'i?Ai,Qkl,,Ei 1 M , , X an-3, 4. A , , N .,.,. ' 1 , ' 9 in 1 I P ,fl--v'. t'1f"3.r5Aif3f' ' i f 53", A . A A' , 'gif' 'X 'aw -,733 3 A K ki 5,3 35? 2 k k . , V N951 1 ' ' i t i , , L ,,,LL V ,NL, 1 ,, r V 'A - fffrfi ' f ff' "1 fl. 'ii N " 5: Fw ig-,f 4 1 f 2.1 YI. : ' A . If 3 ' ,f - .ff -t 1 if f 4 .. , , -. t aah., ' f f 4, f 331 W2 1 fi: K i' M ' 2 af 1 Q i T ',,, Q7'-Q1 A f A ,Q if Q. i f ia' 5 H 1 7' " ' ' -" w s - if ' f B f f WW, . f..... 3 fif Ea N L Q-R311 K S " ' , 1 . R im ,AXE ,M 4 , john Herbst Mike Hatfield , E ' 7 yay.. V - 43, Q f YM, if "ffm, if ,Q .A , - ,. N, A all , 4 4' f !',-S4,r"' ' 4 , mf. W A A, ., W t, 5 A L M g ' 'f J' inf" -at H+ V X 1 ,f,W,1 " , ' gg' - f N945 J .44iLip.,,,W.. Mickey Wyss Coach Bob McHenry 's MIKE MATHEWS OUTSTRETCH ,. Q ES Bears Larry Hartnett to score two points. DAN CORNELIUS OUTREBOUNDS N.K.C. center Craig Shour. ii ti l r fi f 1 4 U i 1 1 i 5 CHRISMAN FORWARD DENNIS WHITE, forces Truman's defense to stiffen. ESCAPING CHRISMAN S trap defense Mike Mathews passes to an open teammate 136 Inconsistent varsity Tru-man rolled over Southwest 52-50 and Raytown 65-61 to capture the first annual Tru- man Christmas tournament. The Patriots split their opening season, de- feating the De La Salle Titans 68-66 before los- ing to the Hawklets from Rockhurst 72-61. Entering the North Kansas City tournament the following week the Patriots bagged fourth. Defeating Oak Park 68-54 in the first round moved the Pats up against unbeaten Rockhurst who won 67-55. Chrisman squeaked by Truman the following night for third place. Moving into conference play the Patriots humbled Center 64-55. Following a 66-44 de- feat from Raytown South, the Pats rebounded for a 46-43 victory over the Oak Park Northmen. The William Chrisman Bears upset the Pa- triots 57-49 to send the Pats back to a .500 rec- ord of 6-6. The Pats derailed the following night losing to Ruskin 68-66 after leading al- ...mi,..,. posts 8-1-4 record most the entire game. The next night Truman blasted Raytown 76-68 to end the first round of conference with a 3-4 record. Beginning the second round the Patriots again lost to North Kansas City 59-50. Oak Park bounced the Patriots to continue Truman's los- ing ways. Truman forced Raytown South, "The Kansas City Star's" second-ranked team, into double overtime before falling 58-53. Before a capacity crowd the William Chris- man Bears upended the Pats by a score of 62- 54. This marked the 11th defeat for the Patriots. In closing the conference play Truman bowed to a hot-shooting Ruskin team 96-67. Raytown also defeated Truman the following night 86-69. This ended conference play with a 4-10 record. Truman again hosted a regional for the state play-offs. The home court jinx hit the Patriots again as they lost to the Paseo Pirates. CAGERS GATHER AROUND Coach McHenry for last minute strategy and instructions. . .,-. ......5.. F -1-J, 4 f -WW, Front Row: Steve Cox, Preston Fryatt, Coach Mefford, Charlie Franklin, Greg Henson. Back Row: Ken Moehlaan, Roger Byrne, Steve Hatfield, Doug Murdock, Robin Schaaf, Steve Hargus, Evan Manuel, Rob Allinder. junior varsity parades to 15-3 season - C RN :: me--...M ,, . Y.. Evan Manuel and Steve Hargus move ID for rebound as Steve Hat field guns for two 1 138 .ups Y ,VY 4i,,,,,Z, - Y , V , ,,,,.,...-,,.....-..,. .. ' ' ------L s - --' V ,---:Lcsa1::p.'.x,- -. Le- J 1 ,,. -Y ,.,-.. -, .- ,M ,, -.,, N.-..,,L...,..i.--,.-,..f..-,-:.,.---,-V A-5. u-to Steve Hargus looks for an opening in the '.f J Ruskin defense. 139 , .ff , . if f ,ff . sf' , ww W W Greg Henson fires two points over Ruskin's zone. Sophs pound past Bears in last game 4, he 2, bf- ,...,,N,- ,,..f,..,..e. , ,.vu..ff-.-we H ' DILIGENT JOHN SNOWDEN prepares to sink another free throw. -We -X ...Ji 13- r ,.,.4- i BILL FEWOX OUTLEAPS a Smith-Hale player. 414' MIKE HOBICK SHOWS wlnnlng form at the stripe .5 4-. i V, In ,, x, y h ' V 'f'.',.: ' fi, . f' W. V i' f' f. ' in I K ' f X, jf," ng 1 I S 3 'I , .f ' U s . Ji s f, ff 2 . I 140 Front Row: john Snowden, Bing Smith, Mark Cramer, Ken McElwee, Chris Bloomquist. Second Row: Terry Cornelius Mike Hobick, jamie Gagliardi, Gary Wood, Mark Zorbac, Rob Allinder. Back Row: Gary Rice, Dexter jones, Steve Burton Mark Nichols, Dennis Gray, Bill Fewox, Nick Hahn, Coach Charles Price. 'fi f S 'tn 1 mp JOHN SNOWDEN RACES past Smith-Hale defender to score two points. 141 Team swims to fourth in conference RANDY KASSEN HELPS Mike Barb out of the blocks. DURING RELAY, TIM JOHNSON exercises backstroke. 142 Truman's swimming team completed the season with victories over Raytown-South and William Chrisman. Coached by Mr. Mike Kassen, the swimmers compiled an overall record of 3-8. f Individual team leaders Steve Allinder and Tim Evans, led the tankers in the 200 yard freestyle and backstroke. Steve Nickell sparked the Patriots in diving. Senior and junior co-captains Randy Kassen and Gary West provided varsity leadership. Record-breaking times enabled the Truman swimmers to take fourth place in the conference. The 400 yard relay team, West, Larry Holmes, Albert Gatrost and Kassen, and the 200 yard medley team, West, Gatrost, Kassen, and Dan- ny Mashburn broke school records. Steve Allinder placed first in the 100 yard backstroke in conference competition. STEVE NICKELL SHOWS perfect form in diving skill. Front Row: Steve Nickell, Steve Smith, Bob Kelley, lim Wyss, Second Row: Mike Barb, Bruce Cohoon, Tom jowett, Tim Evans, Larry Holmes. Back Row: Bob Kennedy, Mick Chandler, Gary West, Randy Kassen, Steve Allinder, Albert Gatrost. 1 -- eww 554: . 555.1- 3 'S 5. -- ., in-L LARRY HOLMES TAKES lead in breast stroke competition. 143 A nz 4 iiflf' at 'till 1? ll l l 1 ,I 's l l l li- li ggi , P, llll M3 1,"? E l ,':q Al ill is ii '.,r ,212 ls" 15, li: l. i. lr ! ,R .1 s -E is ii lllj gal Ili 2 ' 2 is li l gl i 4 r l f 'I W Y 4 l l A if 5 l y , it l. -. a l l 1? i ,, 'l i r ll li lv Vi 'z lla Ii' fgl li llg- li. lllr VZ? lt 1 l GREG KOURY STRIVES for perfection in meet with V Raytown-South. l STEVE ALLINDER RACES to victory in the 200 yard individual medley 'N rp 1' 123 1 1 K' 5 Q 'FJ' 5 4' f I A ' wi' if K f K f K Q ' .Q " i ' , 1 -j L , ws- 17" i"'i TIM EVANS STRAINS for an early lead in 200-yard freestyle against William Chrisman. 144 l, lf i L ll li i 'l l i all l 1 1 5, ii l 2 E 2 I l l' "' f-qw-U-4,-.. - Wy.-... 1-.awuf5I:...wp" vmrrirnu-mEL:4.E 2.2 ,QU M4 X SOPHOMORES - Front Row: Alan Short, Les Howard, Gary Lafferty, Mike Hern. Second Row: David Conway, Larry Lafferty, john Ross, Robert Schultz. Back Row: Larry Lierman, David Warner, Larry Chapman, Danny Mashburn, Coach Mike Kassen. Tankmen race past Chrisman, Ray-South . , 2 ' r'1":11fr'2' s'W?5fH?. M, A Q I A ' A I 1 ' i A ' . f ,'-' 1 . N ii W. f J ff: f fa W A STEVE NICKELL EXHIBITS concentration and form. 145 Yxxft Q ' 11' . wj!Q I '!1,: 5 ix 2 ,W . W s 'M 3 ,ww Jsff 2 , , IN' E QM' i ww A :HIV ft 1 I rx Gif' 3 i5c'15 2 :SZIM 2 fill' f 55511: 2 QQ-lxw milf, 3 tg-it , fl' 1 ' li i!,U Iagi !,: :sg .Q ,gw . ' K 1 I 1 Vi. . 1 Y' i v 4 Fr 1 I 1. M E a 'Vi H1-Pi ' 5 1"!g,1 YM 5 3 ff :Jw 5 S WW 2 'U V12 i Ia" 'Q 1 !41"W1' 5 'f H1 H - . M H ly 2 'R wxljgqw , , :Mlm 1 n fiVlE S ig ! if 1 Sl Wh I if We I 21 .W if '?i if I' "U ,, 31 TWH, 2 aww. ,1,, fi 1 I "JV i ,H , URM i ,V j 7 'i,f3,E,q E 5. W f ei. 1' 'Ve E QV 5. iq ' !i,F!:wN1gf5 ' 1: ,nk 1 3 k '1 ? 9?1'!'3,g3l ETH U Z 'Pia' ,g ,313 Em if i w .- pw , , I W w Q 13 V .r 1' w 'f 1x r- R il im m ! I7 a ,1 N: b EIL? si ' r 'N ,if L 13 u rl 1 "3 E! u, 1 :N 11 5 if if ? Ai Q51 'lv 1 ,I 1. 1 J mi E 1 ' iii I 1' aff! . i i ig W ,W-w, v .v m W . l 1 i J X r '22 51 STUDENTS EXPRESS PENSIVE mood while listening intently to the words of the school song. Student Council stresses participation F Larry Voth, treasurer, Sheldon jones, parliamentarian. 148 - I , ,,-, s, 2-, ,, - , "' 1' -f '." ': W ,'H 1+s-ans:-ss-was- -X-sQ::-..--.......: V , Bob Ochs, vice president. in school activities Involvement the basis for all Student Council activity. Chosen last spring, officers organized a new method for involving the in- terested student in Student Council. Rather than being nominated for the position of homeroom representative, students wishing to participate gave two to three minute speeches stating their qualifications. Members of the homeroom then elected their representative from the competitors. This method helped build a Stronger, more active Student Council. Besides participating in their annual needy family Christmas project they organized an in- ter-school council, involving other schools in the Independence area. Officers, Paul Miluski president, Bob Ochs, vice president Carol Sperry secretary Larry Voth, treasurer, and Sheldon jones, parliamen tarlan led all council activities for the 1969 70 year Susie Paxton and Debbie Whiting served as AFS chairman and dance chairman respec tively Mrs Pallas Cockefair sponsored the Stu dent Council Paul Miluski, president 4 Carol Sperry secretary I 2 1 I I - I - 1 9 mm inn Hllill S1 I in Susan Paxton, AFS Chairman Debbie Whiting, Dance Chairman Involvement key to successful Council .M-Q. STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN Student Council organized Christmas assembly. 150 ,, - . V .....,,..... .,.... ,--. .... ..... ,. ..,. Jim. 4 ,.....aT M... GJ,-3 , f -.. A ,,.,,,,-,...-.-.-,...V .... .Y.- .Y.. - , , . STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS reflect on proposed legislature. 1 COMMITTEE MEMBERS WORK to distribute Chatter Matters. 151 BECKY BALLEW DECORATES Student Council Christmas tree. ,, YH, ,H . D- ..-Lad, Y M.,--.,.., - - J-M.-f . . . A, August begins eventful year for Henrietta August proved unique for a student from Germany. Henrietta Moessner arrived in America, embarking on a year s study at Tru man High School Hennl, as she prefers to be called by her friends, spent the school year in the home of her American family Mr and Mrs Al Saun ders, Susie, Mark and Mike She enjoyed Pep Club as a new experience In Germany support for team sports in school remained a private affair without organization Hennl listed another difference as the pro gramming of curriculum As opposed to taking variety of subjects in school, German students choose a program of primarily languages or mathematics She participated in AFS Pep Club and Pats Highlighting her senior year, Hennl represent ed her class as Homecoming attendant at ff 5 NN, HENNI SELECTS SLIDES to illustrate her narration of Germany. " A 1 u i f I it . AS AFS SISTERS, Henni and Susie learn to appreciate cultures different from their own. ,,,..n--v ng.,-4-.va-wwldrlf tw- fa fv , ,- S ww J +-wg, , E I MIZ N. Na S 5322 N THE GET-AQUAINTED assembly gave the student body their first introduction to Henni. 153 Kathy extends traditi tk 2 B if 1, M QQ, 233. s s Q .W,, ,L.W , ,, grew? :ff sas, -- ,-Ag? Kathy King 154 on, achieves title For the fifth time in six years Truman's repre- sentative captured the annual Queen of Flow- ers title. Selected by the student body, Kathy King, senior, represented Tru man. Kathy attended a banquet where she and other area schools' candidates spoke about themselves, their schools and their community. Announced and presented at a second ban- quet, Kathy then reigned over the 'I969-1970 Independence Halloween Parade. The royal float, designed by area flower shops consisted of a large crown and rows of carnations accented with roses. The queen and her attendants rode on the float amidst the cas- cades of flowers. Besides the honor of Queen of Flowers, Ka- thy also assumed the title of Football Home- coming Queen. Her other activities included head varsity cheerleader, Tri-M, and varsity band. 3 " ,- rf' ,libs DESPITE EXTREMELY COLD weather and rain Kathy's smile reflects royal anticipation. ,asfi 0.61 PARTICIPATING IN GROUP dlscusslon for Englrsh IV Kent ac cepts the challenge to strlve for better grades l"'+-W I CONTINUAL WORK ON numerous school actlvrtles enabled Pam to accomplish her title 155 .aa """' I ALAN KELLEY AND Clndy Kuhn pause to congratulate Mr and Mlss School Splrlt Students exemplify superior enthusiasm The student body this year selected two stu dents to exempllfy outstanding splrlt and en thuslasm Kent Slncox and Pam Gordon accept ed the honors of Mr and Miss School Splrlt of 1969 1970 Pam s actlvltles Included Thesplans, Quill and Scroll NFL, copy editor for the yearbook and Pep Club vlce president Her duties as Pep Club vlce president Included the responsibility of designing the Football and Basketball Homecoming floats In addltlon to planning the ceremonles Kent received hrs tltle through work In Inter act, German Club, Lettermen's Club and Fel lowshlp of Chrlstlan Athletes He also partlcl pated on the varsity football team Other candidates for the sprrlt honors were Joann Keyton, Mary Kuklenskl, john Norman and Sheldon jones .:..,- -. 1 rrqw Muna- N N M H V I ,,,,,.-.,.,..-...,.,.,- ,... ...-,,..,. . A , MW V Q -- ,' I , g b xv b km., I , .,. 1 . fr ' ' ' f AV t . --, . 5 t , N ' I I O V , A TX . - f-v-Ww, ' f' . . . . Mtmwwsewwv 4 - . s ' ' K. nfl, I - - . . - 1 . ,,,. .,Q.A:t3.1as-.sfhV , 'L . .. In 4,7 , i , , 2 If 'F , 'All My Sons' initiates new concepts in WITH OPENING NIGHT behind them, Richard Reed, Chris Paulson, Dennis Sartwell and Claudia Anderson take final bows. NERVES UP, CAST members spend last seconds getting into character. gif 156 sound, cast, seating The cast and crew selected from the dramat- ics classes and Thespians introduced innova- tions inthe production, "All My Sons". Limiting ticket sales to 300 for each perform- ance created a closer contact between cast and audience. A recorded soundtrack provided an appropriate background for the dramatic tragedy. Supplementing the cast of primary actors, a system of understudies assured a complete cast both nights. The make-up crew perfected tech- niques taught in class to achieve desired facial characterizations. The simplicity of the set design and props, focused attention on the individual interpreta- tions of each character. For six weeks prior to opening night, the main actors and understudies became familiar with their characters at regular rehearsals. Ns. 1 I ,E s If J 5 l sl C 1, DENNIS SARTWELL, PROTAGONIST in the play, "All My Sons," exemplifies strong facial expression. Ni ll" iflwfliyll'-it . l , ig 2 I ll .3-, - tl! . ,?' T571 if 5 .9 if V w ,1 3 i n , K. xy '1 5 Lb ff.-AN DISBELIEVEING THE DEATH of her son, Kate Keller, portrayed by Claudia Anderson, tries earnestly to convince her family. 157 R I Q K E ' - 'Z' ' V 5 A fp X"' f N - V I f A . , ., A, 5 , i 's K' t fy ,L ff x N 6 E gn 'qi Q A N Jr fx gh Z? I , EP ve ff. ,, Q 5 ff 4 !F i . , , - , A V f'15'Wfffffl+'- 4 ,W I ng ff, , . fSf'f'f' ,. ,, -,, M, Q L, A ,,L A V -t I rw, J ,, -, -' x:,,f,, I "-f 1- 1 1 -.t,,., . , . Wflfiwglxfzik vf , I az' . f R ,1 .4 '-"" . 'J'ry ' " tiff' t 1 4 ' 'f xf ' ' 936. .Ha 4 Wk 4 Ht X - 4 1 .Y N .1 ., . , H , L -4 it -Cs " -. -rf' A ,h JSy.5M,x: its, r nl " xx ' x' SJQJLA ANN LOTRIDGE Senior Attendant 158 HENRIETTA MOESSN ER Senior Attendant X A f . 1, - , 3 l ,, - K 1 - 5 ' t A T5 SJW FgL"l5'T- K A .L X , 5 kt fx.: E tttttttt ee teeeeee t t ! t Students elect Kathy Homecoming queen After nomination by members ofthe football team and election by the student body, Kathy King assumed the title of Football Homecom- ing queen. - Kathy and her attendants reigned over the second half of the Truman-Oak Park game October 'I7 amidst a background of glittering castles, billowing clouds and twinkling lights. Ann Lotridge and Truman's AFS student from Germany, Henrietta Moessner, were senior attendants. juniors, Sara Bergman and Kim Dal- lam, represented their class. Sophomores elected Linda Milleson and Babbie Pryor as attendants. Kathy was crowned by Paulette Peterson, last year's queen. BABBIE PRYOR AND Linda Milleson sophomore attendantsg Sara Bergman and Kim Dallam, junior attendants. fr A 'C l QUEEN KATHY AND attendants reign after half trme ceremonies l-YNETTE CA!-OVICH CONCENTRATES on flnal deT3llS COMPLETION OF HOMECOMING requires hours of preparation 2 7- i Q i Cooperation, work constitute success i i PAUL MILUSKI ESCORTS Kathy King to her royal throne STUDENTS GROOVE TO the music of the "Flying Circus 1 WITH ATTENTION FOCUSED on the drummer the Flying Circus sets the pace for students and alumni J . I i i i i i i i i 161 1 T -fff4!, ' I' new , 2 , ,sim L -VX, 'filf Ni L. E5 ' ,J P + '3 it ,, 4 I 'ill Hmel qxm 3 Hal? i 2 En',l ' i2 Ewa A HW? r nge if-I Q., .5 5 ' 'S- lwhq W 'I K, Z, 3511 Q25 EH' 131 1 laid Wi "H-iw L New 1 Wg 'lui -i'!e,E , 11, ,U x w.,!: I ,. ,r. , ww: , E . X 3 1 Nwxb - rg. f 1 fm E :. 'N 1 X 3 I 1 Q Z I lj 2 W .:,. QQUTQQE ?1,iN,1l1 I S S 5 f F 5 v 1 5 3 C' . ,We 1 wif A ,Q Ma f:l,3.,a1. . . ,, X , 'r Mi , E Q12 , ,. H . 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'L x9,,gf Heritage '70 --... - 1,-33-8-.15 - NT,-w . uma- N..-.W-mvfp,-.L A MEMORABLE EVENING awaits Marie D'Angelo and jim Brittain as they enter a "Glittering Wonderland 164 . -- -f - we-. . fa-T -T. ---1, f---W-q:'-fr . iq:-,Y 7.-, -Y-5212---as-5:3 -1,231 . - 'F ',,"v '. ww' -- -i- M-lei A -- M-az-'-Je-f1eif.f43f,'3g3-Qsits," f f-.1-if..-k H-V: lf?"-'f""' --- - - ' ' -' ' lmpartial judges select 1970 'Heritage' queen on the basis of poise, appearance ANN ENIOYS DANCING the first dance with her father after her crowning as "Heritage" queen. Prior to the selection of the 1970 "Heritage" queen, three nervous candidates dined with three impartial judges. After interviewing the girls during dinner, the judges made their final selection on the basis of poise as well as ap- pearance. This selection remained secret until the crowning. The day of the dance, publication students transformed the gym into a "Glittering Won- derland" for the annual Christmas formal. Snowy white candles, blue satin ribbons and fragrant evergreens decorated the individual tables. As time for the coronation neared, Mark McGuire announced the 1970 "Heritage" queen, Ann Lotridge. Last year's queen, Diana Berry, crowned Ann during the coronation ceremony. Michelle Harris and lean Bennett served as senior attendants. Kim Dallam, junior and Bab- bie Pryor, sophomore, completed the royal court. Couples danced to the music of the Bob Murray Orchestra. ,- A - pax t ... ,.,f.g,z: .cam starr I 5 CUTTING EVERGREENS FOR decorations becomes the project of these Publication I students prior to the dance. 165 ,,, ..,.....,g,..,......,,.......--.z'..-i.... ---- ---if-'f--1-3'!?"-WST:-3'1:',-,",: 1. fIf'1'? '7 ""f7'T""'- 'K "" "' 'P 63? I l I l I i i ii l l I I I l i li I I . 1 5 , ,I A l ll lj ,llj li lj lr lllj ll l l. T. avi!-N54 Courtwarming blossoms into springtime PREPARINC- THEIR ARCHES, senior Pep Club members await halftime. jams Dickey Spring came early as the 1970 Basketball Courtwarming got under way. "Blossom Time" served as the theme for the halftime festivities and dance February 27. Pep Club members supervised construction of peach, apple and cherry trees as the spring orchard materialized. In combination work sessions, after school parties, interested stu- dents planned and completed the decorations. After last year's queen, Debbie Brown, crowned Dale Doubledee as the 1970 Court- warming queen, Dale's father escorted her through the blossoming arches and up the cobblestone path to her awaiting throne. "The Casuals" provided the music for the Courtwarming dance held in the gym follow- ing the game. Laurie Lightfoot and Debbie Whiting repre- sented their class as senior attendants. juniors selected Kim Dallam as their attendant. janis Dickey represented the sophomore class. I Kim Dallam Sophomore Attendant juniorAttendar1I 166 Laune Lxghtfoot Senior Attendant 'Ex .N , Q" 4... s rl A' I ! 'fat he: , A',.i,I ' X ly A034 J.. Debbne Whmng Senior Attendant Dale Doubledee Queen 167 ,4,,,,,,, ..,,,.,- ... ,. ,.., .- I ,433 ,. -5 .L ' 4 - t If 9- t 1 . ' ' . H, 7. IJ' 4 V, V U 1 S ' . " ,i ' . 1 1 n x. i T ' t .NM "f",-',, Q1 V, 1 ' , ' x- - N V544 h r J 1 A : SQ: . as-W. V w -5.3: wx- - ' .1 t at , 2 it F' t , ' s ! g X, 9 I i v 0 pf N, I tx f f E It A -3 2 :K pr 5 t V? --V-iv?" I I' .Y , ' . o ' 'x' , . ' LN, 4 ' ' .4 hm 1 ' -TP" 4 . X: - v , X. x 1' 5 : , . F X - E CROWNING TRUMAINVS COURTWARMING Queen, Debi Brown, relinquishes her throne to Dale. Students 'turn on' to pulsating beats 5- 4 Ill ll GHARETT SCHABERG AND Doug Campbell members of The Casuals provide music for dancing Trumanltes 5 . l - 168 l V, V U ,,,A 1 , H-A-1 - A .DNN .ls tffr:-eff'-vvvbK'f!'w-vwff::f::-f -f-f ::: 4,:- f-ff 1 '+-- v- A--- s---A - nat. -- .- 4 Ax 'l 'C , .. ....,.+.T-.-+, -,.....Q.n,,-,---.W-.V-.V . , - .-.- .- . , . . r'-'- 2 TQ K I -.- HW! AFTER THE CROWNING the queen and her court reign over the remaining Courtwarming festivities DEBI BROWN LAST years queen and Kent Snngox her QS AFTER CORONATION QUEEN Dale approaches her throne cort discuss last minute details before the crowning Where She WIN reign Over the rest of the game 169 1 . N i A Q , r 1 i i 4 K 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 ' H f , . . - - F " """H -v' f f Y - --2 -Y-We '--- r..:c2z-,z1r:,1-.--.-:1-,.a1---f.wn-e--fr,..-.....f ....-,-....1.,,.. .,.. . . , BRASS SECTION ADDS mellowness to speciality number during annual Band-A-Rama. EMOTION ENGULFS MIKE HENDERSON at Hootenanny tryout 170 h I I 1 . ,Y.,, v ,- Y Y Y V ri V A41... --... , E H H - ' i N , - - - ...w.:a..p,.4Q.-.,... --,.. Folk soul, jazz create musical setting - RANDY KASSEN AND Sheldon lones Hootenanny emcees take a final look at last minute details 171 Hootenanny a combination of folk soul and jazz provided an outlet for students musical talents. Supplementing the continuous cycle of school activities the annual Band-A-Rama al- lowed parents and friends to view the musl clans progressive study BAND MEMBERS FOLLOW Dennis Cramer s lead I I I I , I I 1 I . , . ,X ' - ,A Y ' A I? '1 ,A 'Qi Af' 'ffm - , , V V- V - V A ,,,,. . --ff ---.,, ,---., W-fin----af. , fs-Q--, 1s:L- ---sw -1 - 'Tiff -' - w- - ---f - f--- AFS week captu res competitive spirit THE SALE OF balloons enthralled spirit throughout the week. 172 Spirit stemmed from student involvement as Trumanites heralded the beginning of AFS week. Climaxing a week of candy sales, class competition and club contributions students united their efforts in raising 51800.00 for next year's AFS program. FRENCH CLUB MEMBERS sold doughnuts and cocoa on club day to obtain their donation for the project. ,Q SUSAN HEANNI TRUMAN S foreign exchange student to Argentina says her last farewells to close friends 1 'fmafgfg if MMWWM QM gggggfwxmffwig 763093 qfiy nm xxx...-1 l CINDY KUHN DEPOSITS her contnbutlon to the penny jug con test traditionally won by serflors .13- SOPHOMORE CLASS PARTICIPATES by selling baked goods 173 .dv I ,:'f',1' 1' ', ', ,7lM:,,. .VE jfgigga. "5 QW'-lfpfaif Fi? fdffsflfff Zudenl ody -.-.,.-.-w-::u-f,.Q.g-:-:.a-'.1..-.....-..i,.,a-a.i-z..+.-1.-atv:-Hz.-.:.,,:kfivri,LPf.1e.,,-..L,.w,F, --xl-fy,-,VA ex, ,-ip' 'W""1'-'T' Q ,M .Mi 4 -in i ' is i 1 F i 173' ' EW? ,ii TW 42 ini Q i ii' 1" 'A LS 1 ,695 fi Orientation familiarizes sophomore class jim Green Vice President 6 V f l Cindy Wilkerson Treasurer 176 with THS activities We, as sophomores, attended orientation which only added to our confusion and frustration. We pushed our way through crowded halls, caught up in a steady stream of student activity. We displayed pride, exercising spirit in the Truman tradition and acquiring recognition through active participation in pep assemblies, organizations and other extra curricular activities. We became acquainted with the school standards and ideals set before us as we gained insight into our future responsibilities as Patriots. W1 1 Susan Coil Greglgouiy Secretary Pres' en 177 ii f"'t iv TH Sophsutilize home ec., clothing courses ludy Adams joleen Akers Joyce Albert Larry Alger lan Allen jim Allen Rob Allinder Laurel Alsop Bill Althaus Paula Anderson David Andes David Angotti Sherry Antrim David Armilio Debbie Arnold Mary Askey Sam Atkinson Brian Atwood Ralph Ayers Steve Baird Rosemary Balano LaNita Baldwin Teresa Baldwin Phillip Ballew Nancy Barancier Steve Barker Larry Barnes Linda Barrier David Basham Larry Baugher lim Beck john Behee Kerry Beisly Nancy Benedict Stephanie Berardi Glenda Bilyeu Hope Blankenship Mike Blatt Chris Bloomquist Sue Blythe jeff Bollinger Sandi Bond Pat Boone Vickie Booth Shelly Boswell Cindy Bourne Elouise Bowen Laura Brackenbury Terry Brand Maleia Brannon Bob Bray Gary Bressman Rickie Bridges Diana Brittain Anita Brock Debra Brock v ' gf ww, is ll rv. Q5 :Mft A fsfrnl A - if ' l ' ff? 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'14, wx-. f as Yak ,vw 14-4 SOPHOMORES SWARM OUT of history class eager for school to end 180 .AA V xx vt av-eff, w- l , .ax 9 Students empty class as final i . Gayle Corum Ben Cottle Donna Coy Candace Cox Craig Bates Mark Cramer Mike Cullen Sam Cunningham Steve Curtis Pamela Danforth Ricky Davidson Mary Ann Davis Tim Davis bell rings Mary Day Larry DeBarth Linda DeCamp Teresa DeLap Debbie Demos Mike Demmon Tom Dierkes Karen Dilday Becky Dike Richard Dickey lanis Dickey Adus Dorsey Larry Dorland Richard Dorland Linda Downum Mona Duckworth Peggy Duncan Ronnie Dunham Deena Dyer Bill Eads vi ns x it , if? mtl lk X ,r , F: ,T f. M Y X J f ' l l lf gmt U? "ini Ill fgliw , if . , 1 . . F 1 . x 5. 9 5 ' .I l . . ,A lf' Q 7 'W' 'ij '..- 5 - ik ' 'V if x .44 - If E A ,,,i 'JY 4. jack Dannels Elly K Sli ' fit' 'T I . X. ,ggi , lx K XXX It D s 93 , 5 C C .4 P fz 4 'K , mr 4:- A im I x XL X . -v L f is 1 'T ,ff X 1 Q D Q Wa , , 555: far , F 1 Q 3 A - . 4 1 ' g Sgt gf . fi 4 E7 5'-' x W 1 f K X J! 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Are.-.a Confused students attend orientation Paul Ford Eddy Fredenberg Don French Lybbie Friedly Patty Friedrich Charles Friend Val Frisby Linda Fuller Jamie Gagliardi Barbara Gammon janet Garrison Paul Garrison Bradd Gartin Steve Gates Deo Gercone Larry Giacetti Garry Gibler Geri Gievett Richard Gleason Steve Glenister Liesa Goettal jan Goodrich Sonya Granger Dennis Gray lim Green Sheila Green Cindy Grey Don Grimes Geoff Grinham George Groom Sherry Grones Teresa Haag Dennis Hackett David Hackler Nick Hahn Barbara Hall Darrell Hallford Cheryl Hammond David Hanaway Bruce Hanley Valli Hanley Blair Hansen Laura Hanssen Ken Harbison Randy Hardy Pam Harper Bonnie Harris Roger Harris Eileen Hart john Hart Bobby Hartley Helen Hastings Don Haston Pam Hastwell Sue Hatch .f Q. ,, I , films F , ffl I ' , ,F 'U " if 'L' T'- ,Q ,, 7 fn., N, .sl a 1 y 1 ' ig '. 1 4' s 5. u ff- - EM .f ff? 1 'A ' ,. 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X 350 1:-.. -.Z he Mn xl GUIDES ANSWER QUESTIONS for sophs at orlentatlon ,a.-1-4,-fu -nas,-..g4-:-w 183 Nell Huffaker Pam Huffman Wayne Hughes jeff Hull Doug Hunter Donna Huntsucker Fay lrvlng jrm jackson janetjohann Barbara johnson David johnson Doug johnson joe johnson -gg-fax...-.-.see-rem-.-s+.,L.. 4- nf- ' S ,F ' x ll .NMR l .- 6.1 M 'Q Q '- ,ll ' an M. ll 51 gg, ' 5' 4 Ae" V L ,lj,t 3 as iff' . 1' , ' fl fa' -3 J li lg V fi ll ' to W :lea ' 3" L ' N , 'il V . me 'xx . P ' ' :J -' ' I ' gs I A mug' ll I fn, '- . 1 f gb. Q I L -4 L ff a' 'C' - --- ' QL. A T' ' V1 V ' kk ily ' fl .,, 63 " I- K AV,,1 ' ' - . lx' ll L ' L' - A A 2. ' A A ' I f .3 4, K ' ' ir. ,Q , jmy, ,sw y . L fel .Q ' f ' ' - i -rv a I K , as , EK. 1 I VR, 1 A I jr 34 fl ly ,S z.- ,Q , V V V - V 13 AL., ' ,f, i- im, Steve Hudson my t,'. hwy, jd., 'S r , 3 ' - ,p f V- , all lfff. . ' .nh a xx . 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Martin Steve Martin Susan Martin Terri Martin Danny Mashburn Pat Masten Bob Masters Virginia Maudlin Linda Maxwell Sandy May Beverly Medling Steve Melia Melette Meloy Becky Menaugh Sandi Meyers Terri Michaels lim Middleton Carla Milby lonnie Miller ..-,., . .... .t ,. . .,..,. . ... -q v ' -s ,...,.s,4,.Hig.tL,.kwQ-,L:g,4...-he-ew +V wr---P-nf Linda Miller Ricky Miller Roger Miller Susan Miller Linda Milleson judy Millikan Dale Minnis Dixie Monroe Ray Mooney Sally Moore Mary Mora Brenda Morgan janie Morgan Sheena Morgan Stuart Morgan Ken Moris Vicki Mormon Donnie Moulder .Vg V,iV,f S HDV ,if S ,iLa S Sf, iii V ,V g , .S S ES at .,: V 3, Karen Mullins Scott Mun ger David Munsterman ii Q Q: fi Q fill? VV X, V , fvtgy , niwr I f,,, V V 'ai 'S ' xg, ,,, ' ',, ,' ' 'V " ' VV' I V W , f -fi' S , 2? QM , V V at A V K ,L TV S , i f V' K Sf,gf4 Q,iig V, A xi Y f r ' "' VU Q QQ: , fi, fe ' P 2,31 , SVI , Af fs 'M X Bif f S 5' ..g ,C V, V -. 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Sophomore Photo student applies new techniques Robert Rodenburg Gary Rogers jeff Rogers Preston Rogers joy Romdall Lisa Romig Brenda Romine john Ross Fred Royal Mark Ruoff Karin Russell Robin Russell Alan Sales Fay Sams Kay Sams Chris Sanders jackie Satterfield Mark Saunders Sara Savage Stephen Schaefer Diane Schlotzhauer Wayne Schnetzer Brent Schondelmeyer Eddie Schuememan Gerald Schuler Robert Schultz David Schumock Paula Scogin Peggy Scott Steve Scroggins Susan Sears Charolette Seeh Paula Selder Marla Shakespeare Joyce Shelton Herbert Shimwell johnny Shineman Barb Shipley Alan Short Mike Sigloch Pam Simmons Chris Sincox Tana Sisk Karen Skolaut Randy Sloan Pat Smelser Anthony Smith Bing Smith Donni Smith ,-N , , .. -T V . 1 X 9 f '1 ft' fi""', S iw-4 A uf 2, tf'1iJ'v4?57i'i?ftiiilt, ff ' gat W S All 'Mr 'ik "N l t"' ,Q-rtfgizj' ' X If, ' 7 ' t I b i j, Z ,ng , V V , , M f o r 1 ' Y Elt f a VL ig X ,, 7 ,. 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H 8, QSM 453, ,, 1 Sues 517 ' 't t., in I Q3-4 537' 3 'N ' W- if gt 1- as S I 5 . 1 , A -' . i N t Jw , it to i , 3' V I f':tm"f fy 'Q if Q ar i H , f t S as S Q if dl wt , ,,,t ,, fs A 4 :X il 188 Y i 5 sr Q 2 FOCUSING ON A fellow sophomore among shelves of llbrary books Gary Rlce snaps a candid picture Genetta Smith joel Smith ws Q- Mike Smlth -Q l' 'I X 5' 1 Make Smrth Terry Smlth lon Snowden lr. E95 E Sherroll Snyder Pat Spam Sheila Sparks jlm Squires Duane Stanborn Mlke Steffens YR R sv--v we-fr Sheryl Stepp Randy Sterns Donna Stevens on ddle Stevens Lana Stevenson vcr, Apr1IStlegIer Steve Strlngberg Karen Sturdevant an 395- fill: 've'- Lewls Sulllvan jack Tatom f' Kathy Taylor Pat Temple 1 , Dallna Thomas jk Tom Tompkins "' David Thom son f B P "nf-x 1' '-Q." fx 189 q.-as 41" : 'vifiiigi l I 2 Wifi ,, I 5 Y' gh , , . V- a., S ,J Y, sa V -V . . ly . vi :LU Ma, 5 W , , ' N , 15-lf T 'S . I '. s, ' X lil ? 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Q! f:. l l N ll , W ,vw .V .,., ,TP V... 1.,,-,,,..f -a -- . . ,. , ..-- , .... ,... ..e.s,.:.2fe:," Q..-ae.. - -- ---L-:-f f--f-vw 4----me-V-f -'4-- Af-'-H ' ' ' Grant Thompson Lynette Thompson David Tice Tim Tierney Patty Timm Deedee Tinney Larry Tittle Virginia Trotter jerry Troutman Leota Trowbridge Cecilia Troyer Orison Tucker Matt Turner Greg Tuttle 53 K A, .-.,..V ,V 1 X Mt 1 ti., -' 1 . b " i'7 , . ' , .V ' Q37 SW .qty Vain? if ti uf T G 5 fi T5 i . i W SV A .2 ,, V Q?" ff ',,"., V s 'r- j 'iiib 3, A i y if W ' V K , af! -1.4 ' fr! v Q . Q ki W' I is ,,f,. 'A ' ' , Lg mi- A - ,t A - X' ,J I ., ,ix . I , r,, .4 i 'fn 1 4 v W :K 4 ' P-mfj.-+3 X A f, . ' , f Qt i A A A E . iw, Sophs help with pre-game decorations Mike Tuttle Susan Umstead Diane Van Gitsdalen Marilyn Vannatton Richard Waldron Connie Walker Danny Walls Shelley Vandaveer Mike Van Haele Patricia Van Maele Rodney Van Maele julie Walter Steve Walton Craig Ward Gary Ward David Warner David Warren Deborah Warren Robert Warrene Mike Waterworth Susan Watt Sandy Wayman Stewart Webb David Weddle Kevin Wehner Coral Weiss Debbie Wells Doug Wells Barbara West Connie West Sonja Wheeler Debbie White Donnie White Eileen White Gary White ., V ,. l, . 'ip 1' . f.:4w-vi t Q an fi i , if , W 1. K , xt Y N ew ll X f nf il' .Y r ' -sf ,I .,,' , a- ,, ,,.,,i, A , W. .hr E" 1, A r ' L 'i g V g Q s - y 3 , .isi M S T S 1 tiis V, V . T .. M. Y gi- 1, .att uf, fm 1 . ty f 1-PM e site 1 1 V w C T S it . 0 0 ,egg . X I ...r -sz, W W Q QA f - A' X sreii it ,- s If ' . V - L7 .fk. 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C , f7'l 4 gg, - F ' lvl' M - - .ef ts -' f s f 1 tx -' ff, Q we Qi- U' 41, . - N., ,- 5 f ' f ' K - 1 f -1 , ' ' I I. ' . . 2 L I A 11 , .-4. ,wg-I , 1 A 1: Q Y so , f 'xx A SERIQUS M0013 prevails as Chris Sincox prepares to decorate goalposts with crepe paper 191 .ear-.ab Laura White Bob Wilburn Cindy Wilkerson joy Wilkinson Debbie Willis Mike Willis Lee Willoughby Steve Willoughby Pam Wilmoth Kevin Wilson Randy Wilson Sans Wilson Rick Windsor Pam Wingate Sharon Wingert james Wingo Mike Wolfe Ruth Womack Myra Wood David Wooldridge jackie Wooten Charles Wright Teresa Wright Pam Yach jim Young Rodney Zeller Loretta Zieber Mark Zobrist t QX ' I X F . 'XX-PN 1. K , Q vu 5 l , ' Mg' X X . - - a ' . A l I, , -, V . -- .. . ri.. 7" g..,,s,u,-n-pv.n.1---,,i,,1-.ne-r1.1-..new-,-.-..- ...H s..t..,. - C as juniors meet demands, responsibilities M V V Y . 'Jw-W A, f' ff ,mv -'f - f ' ,, , ,,mW1 gf, 2' ' ' I fs, W,-f?wvv: 41q, of-14 'iff Gary Smith President ,i t lanice Reneau Secretary 192 .1 .,.. ,.........-... ..-.. ,...-...-.r.. of upperclassmen We, as juniors, anxiously awaited delivery of class rings which marked us as "qualified" seniors. We stumbled over class assignments as stud- ies became more difficult and time- consuming. We cultivated new talents, only to be sur- passed by the achievements of seniors and the newness of sophomores. We worked faithfully to complete decora- tions and final construction for a successful prom, highlighting ourjunior year. t ar'-:viii ' Qtzzsig 71, .Q i fi-in 13" 2 35132, t . 'W' I , , , ,,,, t,,, tt,t,, ' loan Seidel Cfbfky Mhleller Treasurer Vice President 193 V V , --X ,, A ..,,,,,,,k.:E5g:,5,,,..e-cle-snr,-rf,-fff..s,,1-r Darlene Adams Dennis Adams Greg Adams Emily Agee Mike Alger Darlene Allen Eve Allen jordan Allen Mike Allen Silvia Allen . Mike Allin Steve Allinder Ronald Amos Claudia Anderson Lisa Anderson Beth Andes Diana Andes lolena Andrews Ron Angotti Robert Antrim Marino Augilero Gary Autry Denise Ayers Richard Bales james Balzar Jeanne Cox tries desparately to regain a lost dime. .Jak if f" 5Wn' Wie.. N fl-ff' M5531 AQ, A . ,X , ,W f - 5 rs. f W 2 ' -' Q '- If rj' , f f ,f i 71 , 'D g. M X ,E K1 gm' 5,0 L, .X -, att. iwwy , 'f Ui' 'milf 3N39' T51 4 D W, I Z. fQQG7kE WVQMM , o A zgyg .,,, , s fi , "" 2 M... - A ,: e f. 3-4-- W rv rep " 1 ' . , - ' 4 ,.m- , l ' 455,-A Q, fzfr If., rv l szpi, H 'rs a if 2 f- M3 4' 'J I ffl' Y , QI 1 'v- if it X'-x if U ,j Z' J, .f 1 'X I Af A ,W , , ws fig' K, idafiwl i'Y PM Ki, we ,J l f'i'r , yflsb 37 Q V a i . , ' gy 1 -7, N' . L rib' fy, Q . X ,A -I ,i f - X if j M- 'N' ,' If ,, ffjf f, I W , " 'fi 1 ww' 2 l xl' Jzl 'f , i if K ', , I at .1 E V , ? ,E . , , 3, A, , N. I :AV I Riff! 'fy' 3 sri , i 1,571 4 l y KA ,I xg f-,g , 2 L fur V . . , iff ss, it L, 'H A . f-.. 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L., 1+-r-river JUNIORS AND SENIORS meet and discuss school activities in Bob Britt Sam Brookens Debbie Brown jim Brown James Bryant Vickie Bryant Deborah Buckles Roger Bullard Beverly Burns Vicki Burns Laura Burton Russell Burton ii, if 4 x if l Q Q f Ea i ya: Ms X Xi v-EE ""' " x Roger Byrne N K 7.67, I , x .fm V. iv "1 51:51 Rebecca Buttram f' ,A ,.,-2 R' Martha Butts A sr' W 4, W if 196 Senior Carol Branstetter Elaine Bray Ghita Breedlove Clyde Brewer Mike Brightwell Patricia Brightwell :I ' , xi., VA .llg . .,. E. - Z Q- ' 2 - . ' ' 1 Fil . V I M. ' , x-, .4 ,gu i yr - , I h' i" I 1 fs ifwi . wh -.Ll . if! -f N s share ideas, f' if Ju: , , if Iflliikf' A1 R 4 -+V -0 ' gig! 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Mwiluk in w '-me I rn- 1 ,- gf 'US Q--I Xi' uv 0' 'K .ff 'Sf Y' 'Wa X T! 1 Allan Closson April Coates Sheryl Cochran Pat Cockerell Carolyn Cofer Linda Coffin Bruce Cohoon Loretta Cole Richard Cole Randy Corner Nan Compier Michael Corliss Tom Countryman jeanne Cox Stephen Cox Charles Craig Ellen Craig Linda Crawford Pam Crawford Ken Croft Karen Crook Billy Cummins Sheila Curtis Kim Dallam jim Dannels Paul Dorrell Pat Davidson Donna Davis Eddie Davis jeff Davis Nancy Davis Richard Davis Sam Dawdy Richard Deal Ed Dehaps Deana Dempsey Gary Depoortere Pam DeWeese Dan Dexter Nancy Dicker David Dieleman Henrietta Dire justin Dix Ida Dorsey George Douglas ,,,f4 . E ,. , A , P L Az, 2, 1' W 5, f J 'Ui S iv' arg? Y ' i f ,. ' ' 15? 'e , , , J ff l s ' iff. , s ygyy v' y , 13 , - 3 , ,ggi K ,,,V .f 'rn arf fav fr .essy , - -1 we ., C rx QE' 'fl C. f rf 198 ' L ,gif X , 35, J:-.1 iv, ' as V swlygi, , , , M 5, X4 5 " 'ag' -'.-f ,f,..v. 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Carol Fagenstrom Kenneth Fann Steve Farrls George Felser Steve Fellx Steve Fellers Pete Feran Patty Field 199 l .neu ..-4-.W -na-nu pw h e lr V., f l l ,fat l ff X YW ii' rf if ' t ' We , M A ,M , rg, . Ag hh, . 1 elif, " L I 3 A ,Q M n - 5 A gl - ' lg l 5 ' lf f f? F " N if "3 - - or llrltt , ' L1 I lgra V! "' 25" fi - we 5 gif, Y" ,7 K A f .1 ' '5 X fl Q ,X x ,K Y huh? 1 "Vt V All O O A. - I r , e gl: tr tgl - ,..t 1 K V .. ,.t, Vxhxyg, N 0 M A g f., D . ' V juniors Students enjoy leisure time in library Floyd Finch Barbara Finnigan Bob Fitzmeyer Cynthia Ford Diane Ford Charlie Franklin Richard Franklin Kenneth Free Larry French Lee Ann French Rick Frisbie William Fruit Preston Fryatt Mike Gammon Wayne Gardner Peggy Garrison Shejla George Fred Gerlt Terri Gilliland john Gilmore Sharon Ginnings Kathy Glascow Bruce Glass john Glenn Dee Ann Glover Dave Gouldsmith Dale Graham Deana Gray james Gray Mary Gray ,.. -K . 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Q Q' C 1 lm xq -tx ' ew 51 1 Z ,Z . 1 lf, fel X A A STUDENTS FIND NOTE PASSING takes the place of talking rn the llbrary al llll .9 til X K fe. J '91-1, 'fo' ,,, -,K 'VS :Qi gf 'hm-f 1 rf., fi Q 1' 0 ff' Lmda Green Valerre Green Debbie Grlffln Sally Gross john Gulle Vlckl Gulotta Gayla Gumm julie Gunter llm Hatfield Suzanne Haenm Gary Hamxlton Doug Hancock Valll Hanley Darlene Harden Steven Hargrave Steve Hargus Wayne Harlan Brent Harmon Raymond Hatcher , A V Q 9 'V V V, 1,1125 ,Fx . T N Ah , t " .--. ,.-. !!T V . ' l1r'i1,11s2fk ' -11 Q. Prim- ', ,lf 'xx r- uf ,V ' ,V-1 '1 , I A I V 1 1. , ' 1 il l ' 1' , A I ' ' tt S l f ex ' ' , . . 'k ll' , . f 5 . :QL 5'fa:.4txs -' I , XG ' Y Cyndy Hahn l Q.. t Qi, lx ll l . T ef.-K .f , T T , . .V X ll ,ya KL., ' A 4- I ,L ix- ' M" 'T S H A 33 T W ' Y S "rw, X 1 Av. i f I ,H H . g y. - lr ' p x. . 201 1 Tom Hawkins Billy Hayes Pam Heater Lance Heflin Vance Heflin N ,Ed f Q X , . ,, , y , L ,L A., s x W f ,Q -' "' , Q W' 7, , rf W Fi ,, Z2 il faj gv, -iw A f, i Q51 Lv , .fp W we may H i 52, 'W W 'iw .,na " i ' f' - iffy - '53, X ,X Q' as a,an ffl - V l Students exchange ideas during English Charles Helton Mike Henderson Ginger Hendrix Greg Henson Susan Henson Don Herod janet Hicks Ellen Higginbotham Dan Hight Alnita Hildebrand Cindy Hill Debbie Hill Pat Hillen Sandy Hisle Diane Hobart Tari Hodges Darlene Hoke Darryl Hoke Carol Holliger Gary Holman f 1 X 'Z' Q, . ' l K :hh V.. V429 I . V gV,,.V, V . X., -, gg' , , I-' - f 1 A wk . I 55' e l Ekvhf ff -' 1 'L , xg ' s V '85 , . 31, 4 , i, ,wwe 3. , fm ' '53 R mf ., , ,si I .. If-.1-'-is Lloyd Holman Kathryn Holmes Lu Ann Holt - Margaret Horne ,av '. 4,5 wr .fi ,ll 52 VJ, ,ik i yy y X ,,,,f, A? l ' if Q f ff 1 t f Q I 'al V - ' 'V ,J 1 . 'X 1. ' 3 , ,, A,A, , V , , , -W , . ff f " V2 4, G, "g ye., ,i 1, f ,ef y sf - it yysi 3 i f f 1,5:,f yer - , I -an . 55, i ZZ . l K 4 ' .ffl ' '. ww I 'w ,ff , 1 , , M fi -. i, f. an 4, x V we , 'iv iv 4 s F ry' ' 'll " .. . , ' ' 1,5 ' M X ? i is -ar Qfbfm . 1 , 1 5, f, 'a -3 1- LLL' K r We lx? ul t lifeff. 2 ' -- - I . ,, f 1 gli, ii: , . -i fmffkf i ,,,r s i '. '54, k A ' xx - I 'If V f- .1 --1 fLf"L ,f , 35'-,el Xknx X235 "ef ,2 .Q , fm, wang, mn. 'K is - c Ei, ,XV I. li .,,, Mnuaw ui., W 35 . , , iffgbfj Li -. R , .f f 'fjffly 3 -051131 - ' 'yy 311- v . ., -ws? t , 51,4 A' 'A bk f x if 202 t i Us f ., g ' i - V' 4 -Hi 1 ., M Y,-xy . i if -fa ll s f n X 3 .- l 'iifqx lx 'is l Al G 6 .QWG ,ff-5 ENGLISH Ill STUDENTS drscuss symbollsm charactenz sw 'li Y? '15 I if ,4- 'UQ 61' 1:45 , , 4 V Q by 1 'A C l kr 'hx Q2-,NL Q ,W- an V Mary jo Horton Linda Hoss Dan Howen Richard Howes Bruce Howey atlon authors and lrterary style ln panel dlscusslons .nl V j its if 'SO Q"" 'Win O3 'Ir-W-r he vl- Rlchard Huddleston Rick Huff Grey Hurt Gayle Hutcheson Rick Hyder Beverly james Robin james Martln jenson Pam joe jeff jones Sandra jordan Paula jordlson Tom jowett Mrke jullan jrm julrff l n , , -ar-'v X ,xv RI, 'i:2,.V 1 JR , '- H X Q ,' QE M 7,2 Il '-1 X, - A, ..,-,.s l"V'x' 1 1 'G f . K, ,ml ' X f, il f as 1 .. t 1' A .fe - my fl' N Q y i l Q NNN-fk 4 l , 'nigh'-.V - ,:. R j Vw.. f 7 or . .f ' ' . c, R 'nyfil jf ' - QV., 5 79" "1 if . 5 Wy 4, ff W . B -5 my i . a R R ..,. , 2 X1 , :LK . 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I ff, 7- ,12 V, Mod styles accent Harmon's philosoph jg ' X , ' I if gig' A ia rf fu M f A , David Maggi Calvin Major Mike Malott Evan Manuel john Marquardt Debbie Marshall Alan Martin Mary Martinez Rita Martinez Mike Mathews Rod May Lonna Mayhugh Kim McBroome Doug McCarty Steve McCarter my .zz t, in f -W1 f'V',,, L, , wil' , , L ,W vi' 2 , IES mags?y 3 X V , . Q , .wut Y 'W if xoxiw e' - Aff' Di K f,f.4,,gag ff -kL, . M5549 ' A53 as R Q Que af 31 t 5 .1 wafrfa-L , in ,- j , , - 1 it .., ,gi ici! ,ae BRENT HARMON DISPLAYS his out- look as an individual through his attire. , M 4 .1 K . 1 2 , ,. E .1 M, 1? l t 1 iq, 1 nl, ., M. , :Ii 5 ' , my jj , liiifi 1 , 7 Q Q E tf ZW , Q 5 , 'Q 4 . , if as f- ,Q h ' we t A 4 N f , if lt 2 A , .W J, E . A-ff..pK sri? N fi? janet McCormick Dennis McDaniel Pattie McKie Beth McDonald Elizabeth McKinney Ethel McLaughlin 206 'km .... , 12' q , is 1 ' ' I il -QS - I L - ,lifzl i X A 'l , 1 f ew 2' 7 SQ ' FIS, , , WH., L W, .,-- , V L,-if fa 5: W, . ..,. 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HA i ff Debra Ochs Steve O'Dell Sandy Oetting Karen Olson Kathy Olson Reed Olvedt Dennis Opalka john Oyler Betsy Page Rebecca Painter Mike Parks Rollin Patterson Debbie Patton Brenda Paul Cris Paulsen joyce Pearce Hatsie Pearson Clarence Peel Wilma Pendleton Candy Perdue Tom Perrin Linda Perry Susan Peters David Phillips Pam Piker ' -,k" 1 , ,. ' s ,l of .ff 4, f f? y A , ' fr yi , I , ff fi Lf ,V A M ft,.:1:' Y, , I, " " 4. ff, K A V AIM. ,X S 11. , . , " V -"w -N - n, K . ,J it! fn' fl I C I i is Nfl I 4, y i X: ia k g: ""'l1l ' fe XPAAQ - is yfq .- ,..,...-- wa- 1 I We t, N, t ff, x L t .,..,fm , 4 2, PM , , 'A i sf? ..x 'CPN J i ,f :tw , f N A A P 1 Sl in , C? ls t 5 Hai 195 f .QQ I kk k r F N, Q Q 3 t X ali fi... Q Q V KY .Lv V at ,,..V, 119130 531 n Vl 7' bt -Z f . ta of , , Al PMB, f t.'t if f fi Eg ,, , P AQ 7- X ,i f 5 XXX , All l'5 1 i 'qrvff I iff X M, 1 TN, 1 1' , K fa . VW -f 5. ah g y m KA my gy l I L- - .Q F ' ' o f A ' t, lf, it My ,P l x 208 sf- .V l 4' is f If f 5 . P favs A f 'Ml if-55 3' ' x .ry any f- 5545? an 1 -AU attains recognition, honors at contest ix.. HAND GESTURES HELP Floyd get his point across 'bg 'CT z-P 7-f 'fix fag- " 'P 1-"' Q4 if' ...v 'Wt png 'J ,db iff! N f -s 5 209 Q? Mike Piigram Connie Pine Chuck Pope "" Terri Porter Dena Prentice Dean Presnell Nieal Pruitt Lila Price Tom Prout john Prowant Randy Ramsey Linda Reagan john Reddis Janice Reneau Bob Resch Sharon Rhodelande Doug Rice jim Rice John Rice Cherxl Richards Carol Ries F nl H i 1 f ' ' ,P R Q R A in P .43 ' A j 2- PM J 1.1.5, ""' I ' 4- ,-if ,. i 4 N-its it f i :tr 1 '. . ' 1 fl-1, 1 , Y 1 V . I , f V , I -f -X , f 5. fl x I' 1 'S'-iii. ' ' 1 3. - V T4 I : V A. ' s. 'ai --A I Q ' - -. . ,' ag 'F . , -t R L - I Q. 3 ., x ,QA ,- , '11 fm, I Q LV , ' ' ., 1" fi ' 'T' J R ' ' 'x - ' - .K ' .P x -, 1. H-1 'sas taxi ' 1 lang: 'f gs V gin In il pn- ' I Q,-, v L R Q-P: P -af' ' " ' 'P f . ff W- . . f 5 K' NT!! C , 3 J 1. 1 Scott Roberson Marla Robinson Nellie Roberts Gary Rogers Richard Rogers Brian Rodekopf Cindi Rollo john Rosenquist Gunther Russell jerry Russum Richard Salmon George Sappenfield Georgia Saunders Teri Sauter Glen Scharnhorst Donna Schlotzhauer Robin Schoaf jeanne Schulenberg Sharon Schuler Terri Schwarz Ralph Schweer Donna Scogin Terry Scott Leroy Searcy Linda Sedge Ronnie See ' i K K, 'W f x J Z ,R "rv 1 A vw 'Q A Z f '- IRR K' 1 fy' NN CV f -"' -. xt in nv' ,- , 1 - yti,, RR qv 0 lg r 5 :K . 6 1, , I .t :Q R.sCRxj'f'3,, 1 -I - ' 't ' l ll ll I M 'W 1 'vm 'gif W -P 4 , "A 1- '-1 . I , ' 1 " .Rx Z .. iw, -iw 5 ff if R1 I ' ' J 'Y 1 .xl 7? R - j R1 5 , s g R ' Rf Jr? 112 A. R Rf J vga Q fi Z z 5- YK: '55, ,j ' if! its 5. C 1,1 'Sw 2' - I , N ' ,R -I 11 TR W. ,X ,XE ffu' 'ie' . ev '29 X 1 gk ,I .gf g t .f ' vis I l I ly .JH f way., ' ' 1- 210 A x, W f RR X it Rf . S 9' ., ' W 1 4 If , nm a TAKING SHARP AIM, results in bull's-eyes. 3 if: A y fr -n w en gg ' R Q R533 f Ax ftlaa RR R'-A . Q -K R lil I . f i i 5 4' 1 . . N, x Y, R f'Qxtq I ,il Q, A 1. Q 6' , V W li, - T iq' jjsl ' 1 K :.: m e ri 'f"' 5 ' 'A ' 5 R, .. !" ' 1 V ,R ,t.., A R lf A R k.,fK-A-f ' X 5' xx al. t if l HR' R ,- Ai gg 41- fi.. t Y x ,R K4 - fx 1142 ' iwsolft' M r 'fl G R fa R .R R W 1 ,il A A , . . .. as - SP' I 1 K x ,xi g?-",:Qi., -3, Q in S Sr r f- -at 425. fx. e VK 4 K: '-t:.T I K ," f, f , ig? wwf 'f '- Si 3 Rf' rvglijr N S y I.. ,M r to , joan Seidel Craig Sellers Greg Sellers Sandy Sellers Connie Shannon janice Shelton Gene Sherrell Mel Shields Nancy Shultz Lydia Shumock P.E. develops various activity programs -x SQ A ,,,, esyr S is r 3 EJ? Us I 1 . ,tra H - f , ng I gh ' . J - ' f e ' ' , -N li f Q . S Q-S is " r, 5 X, - Q X ,gil t " gg- r 2 i ,y , A, X iffsf' r :Z V , 4 X ,f fl . slll A ,Y it sa S v 1 fi X X I I l l ,riwwl Q T f .3 if ii S afi- A , f . 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U 2 ti' '-sf' TC ' 211 Wayne Shumaker Debbie Siglock Pam Simms Linda Simpson Fran Sincox jerry Skouse Terry Slatter Cyd Slayton Chancey Small Dee Ann Smith Dena Smith Gary Smith ludy Smith Mike Smith Teresa Smith Robert Smittle Tauni Snyder Ken Southwick Carol Sparks Bobby Sportsman Steve Springer Lynette Stafford Phillip Staley Dennis Staves Lana Steffans Greg Stevenson Ruth Stewart Vicky Stice' Terry Stone Robert Story Steve Streeter Marcia Strode Deborah Stuart Michael Summers jack Sutherland Truit Swaim Don Taylor Maureen Taylor Dan Thompson Debbie Throne Rick Toloso Janice Troutman Terry Troutman Cindy Troyer Glenda Tryon Dorinda Tuff Mark Turner Robert Turner Connie Twente Larry Tyree Patricia Umsted Cindy Urban Eddie Van Haele Doug Van Kirk john Vannattan , 1" 'V All I 4 al l ssll S tl ' as :Fir ,Rf K Q l" '- X 1 for 2 P5 1 Z, S .C tsls Z- , lx xl' '," y f , , ,t iv A 'N 1,11 3, jyvw, I Y ',,, S , ji.: V ' 9 wife 1 'liEilil 'cIl K ,2,f'72g4,99f v' .: T 1 Us . ' T ttyt ,s,:f:?,xN' r egos rw . M xt ,f sex Q' ,1 LX. ytyt 75 72 ' X., 'L ,Q3 .V-, 1 1 1 I x f" fl t -f- -,A ' 212 'wa gxrmy rf t HL. Hrsm- ,f K C "C 49 ri, fl ffm..- 1.47-' ff A, 4 e an 1 r LW? 1. K an 4, Y X -ft ,.. x V flax. vzzrrif l rw X 0 i All 'Hg ' I ff' R? ag , M52 qu K I 27 5. 7 mv Q0 1.1 Y 1 ' ,, e f i r ' V, ,:,' V 1 ,ri fn A342 ,L A 'VT' -, ,Y, "QQ . f" 5 , J WWI? to 1 S" , fl l ij. 'xi 'L ff xg.. I L, Q + P I, 'xv a V N r S 1 I ,fl .1 tv f -, , y,tt S my L L-fy, K 1 Il K' W SW ' Q .r 5 Il. dj as 'U 'T WAVLX 1' 4 -'f' y 'i N ff 51" , fx , My t l , sfx.. if Q gf ,J L fig, -, , D T S' if - '-ss' . eta- S . I 5,9 A ,.VV , ,t.i l,'l 1' -- r Q ri , . vi. ' ' 1 Ts A a' if 1" ,, . il ,X Q Fr .rlt 55 tsst """" Claudia displays emotion in performance fd 1 f Le f f 4 f , If l Ia? 4' I x J? 1 i 1 ff f' . .. sh E s 'T mi 'W : 7 fx. 4, 64. - . i Xl. . -Mi ' Q",- t 4.3. s Q K X 'K ,A y "- , , , . 2 f Q, j f f lkex 4 oeee,,go j 1 f r ,,,- r 4 rl - 5 '-gt -H ffm--X, 1 lv 'V . l .. X R 4 ' 1,1752-, . . l f V- Q A P7 Cynthia Vaughn Sheila Vaughn Betsy Wactor Karen Wade Mike Waite Ken Walby Diane Waldron lannette Walker Pam Walker , l, an 'V EF' yi ' n ..wg,..',ff - SE, 'Y ,fi 9 i f W Zig? -,,,A V151 S H , , il' of Q mmy- ls' in 1 'S ,:..- 'Y HS 4 a f 2 2ff"f--ff M-1 r -ill r 5, : yfk 'll' H1 D il' " 'E' V, X K YA A 213 32 i CLAUDIA ANDERSON REHEARSES for play. Pam Walker Patricia Wallace Lisa Walsh john Walter john Wallar Steve Watson Peggy Watts Fred Webster Stewart Weddle Don Welch Denise Wells Alan Wendleton Gary Wist Debbie Weunschel Mark Wheat NAHS members decorate bare hallwaysp I .t f ,,l I Rx Larry Wheeler F Linda Wheeler r . V Debbie White Dennis White DougWikoff l gg. 5, I A ya 4- , . 4. ff K I 1 'Q .. . -. V ., Y- F . K l ,Af W. 1:1 ' Robert Wildshuetz Q Bob Wiley if iff- i v k BeverlyWilliams 1 i 3 , 4 DixieWilliams MaryWilliams Ei V,... J if X 'Zi 4 fi? r ' X 7 A f asf f S ,far I ,, fl 45.1, w Nola Williams , a 5. , lx! Ronnie Williams . l ' Pat Willoughby A ' Bonnie Wilson , Doug Wilson fx. A 2 .. ff li fiyg 2 I igg ,, 'Mr K , X 5 iii"-5 -1 ,gy I 1 ,..- -A rf 'Lf , 9, 4 1-, m e I 4 1 , W ff N t R V t ' Men -' f ii , sf, Kes .-.4 ivy fr 4 l 16 '- ,.., Q, Q My if ll f J Q6 mf xc f f, ' K'-l Q'-Mf il ii , tif Q , , ES l f .if ' 4, y it J If L.. i f aff, it if ,1 -K ' ' Glenda Wilson U -gl S joan Wilson , ,L Q, Steve Wilson ,si " V Q Mary Wolf fiat i Pat Wood vA,gf..,. W . 1 L A .ii ia -I H -"' I ' - , 7 Ig'-e . Gary Woods K h L T 'Z ' Rebecca Woods if N! V A K 1, V 4 Q1 Bill Woodward ,W A , WW, f L I, A, A , E ia, W A Eugene Worth f . ' 11. ia- ' D ly- ,.. ' 'FT B . J , Clin ' "ii J . - , I, 'fkflll 214 """"""' gain pleasure through club's activities mfr r Syl ,,LL :iw 5 any f ' rf' mga 1' , ,W , , exft to H WA? V g,, at f Ericjohn Worthington fs. ltylimr 'gi' v Bob Wray ga, Dennis'Wyatt ,Q V Randall Wyrick I --,tar ty zu an Mark Yates Vicky Yocum Mike Young Cheryl Zumbrunnen 3- X ix.. t be A - fn-' ...V N, IUNIOR NAHS MEMBERS prepare bows for THS Christmas decorations. 215 , ww Essays exams 14 if 5 X 1, Q., sy . ,-'.1 W, as 7 f 2 WX K K fied? 5 li? EiQ'i',lw . ,f ,, MA - involved 1970 seniors We, as seniors, prided ourselves in that the underclassmen turned to us for leadership and cooperation. We regretted term papers, college entrance exams and awaiting responsibilities, but laughed when we realized that we had met the challenge that the juniors had yet to face. We recalled memories of past experiences with a pressed corsage, an old yearbook or scattered confetti found In the pocket of an old coat We anticipated our graduation night with many last minute preparations, baccalaureate and senior prom f-S Q2 Qrf Marsha Rightmeyer Mmkey WYSS P d I Secretary Vice res: en L.,f . -V 5, 5 4,5 t Rx W 5. H y 3, f W . , V-243. if ! Q14 K , Wh' 1' ' , pf . -5 ' ,A gi? ii W l -r: x P - ,wif . J , ff I' 217 , - ,, lm.,,my,,1,,,,,,.i,,,,,,H,,,,.,, V VY .. ,, W . aiJw..s2:m-gn.,-dh,f-,,.-M---....,,,-,.c-.-.-.- -.,. - Harold Adams Kathie Alexander Bill Allinder 'Susan Alsup GAA ., 'Sf Senior honor stud hall require lean Alumbaugh David Anderson Jeanette Anderson Nancy Anderson Patricia Anderson Rod Anderson Launa Andes Patty Andes Mary Arbogast Linda Arnone Kathy Ayers Ed Baldwin Beckie Ballew joan Bangert Mike Barb lay Barksdale pf' .Q l,,.'I3?-51'-s,..',,,0 V 5 f as it . iff Ah M In lgi 4 i A wig gf? ' of , ', ' 2 'JJ' 'r f 'Msg 531 1 3 N91 9 lf' 'E i iss. 1, Q ' 55,4 55 218 Q. Kb! ' , 1 35, ,...L,w4-V -1 - - -'-' 1 , . 1 , , ,, , ,,,,i gf , 1 to 9 i...1.....L.,..z,., ...i--N s 3-point 6 ' ,qi gt ' 'fvga -. - ff, t ie!! A. f H ff., X Carl Beal ' - f lanlce Bellomy 'V Up "' 4, 45 Barbara Basler f'5'-5? lane Bennett ,N ,4 grade average, enrollment In English IV ,A jean Bennett 1' "" Ellen Bethel HONOR STUDY HALL provldes an hour of research and study tnme 1' ,,.. Tom Beverstock Terry Blank -u Glenn Blankenship Larry Blatt Nl i- X. Beverly Blomqurst Denise Blythe Cheryl Booth Eugene Bordelon 29 -J I I K rg JJ.. ,jf 1 ll' .K ' :- I . Q A . ,J 3 . , , 1 K -: f 151-gl X Q 7 4 . efflslllkk 02 A I , .x ,J - , gf ,Hg In , 4: i y 4 l . L if . " X 1 . .,.,., ., .sr .. ..f.,f. .1-mush, 3.5,-...T.a.....+, ,,,, ,. Y. .. ,, ..--as-A ,-,,,-.s..:+m:.,e- af,-,.4.4.-.1-Q-H -- ----nf-fff-L-A - Crystal Borgman Don Bourne Bob Brackenbury Shannon Bradford Larry Brewer Steven Bridges James Brittain Ron Brockman Kath Chris Brown Linda Brown Debbie Browning john Browning Mike Bryan Chuck Burks Debbie Burns Robert Burns Mike Bush Tom Bush Marietta Butler Karen Cain . f ' "5 rfu 1 F, mm ' -'H ia" ' f i.s' ,," t glviavfri King assumes duties as counselor , I if tx , ,vets r' A . Q" iQ i-.r ii .sa t- I bij 2 v hfx I I 'Q' 4:1151 iii' ' na gnu' f 1, 1 ,vi :n . gg U, K , .53gTg,,sf.1::f:,-.awe sv fn., W, S 'J"r"P 1 , iv ' ,xx N.-7' M K 2 5 of 220 - 'Y 'Q ,K 3 , Qi -.J , FS , I '-", 4 H7 as 1 ,.f... l""'? '46 -5 1 5 5 I- , fl. Q if Q 1:z'.L-:vi it M hfk '5 Mickey Chandler leanne Chapman Q . g- wif -1.9 . S5 45' il janet Calvert David Campbell Doug Campbell William Campbell Karen Carlson loyce Carmicheal Mike Carr Bill Carroll lanice Cascairo Terri Case Benita Casey Sheldon Chambers MARSHALL CHEERLEADING CLINIC invites Ka- thy to serve as counselor at next summer's session. 'bi' ugrzuv f-T, ,-.17 W2 I ff' ,f f " x . Q Mark Chapman Scott Christensen Mark Clariday Larry Clarke 221 lim Clayton Doug Clem Bill Closson Lindsay Cobb Scheryl Coffel Karen Coin Louise Colletti Mary Ann Colston Roger Comer Candy Conway Richard Cook David Cooper - ,A -,R i , .ff 5Q." "x' X 1 ap A Q ri 2 Su f ,y X, 1 law ,- , 2 SENIOR BOYS ACTIVELY support Truman's football team 222 j 13' We 1162? . ,l v I'- fl .SD L-'Xi Mike Copenhaver Marilyn Corlett Dan Cornelius Monte Cotton Seniors display eagerness for victory 491' L- 5' Q? 'Ns r 5 Z l 'W ' , 1. bv' 4' -u-sv' xf Q 4 FJ' f rJ,..V . .,.,' . -Nba, K avi V. l 3 'dv' Debbie Coy Renee Cox Steve Cox Dennis Cramer Mark Crowley Shirlene Culver Harvey Cunningham Sharon Cunningham Connie Cupp ludy Currier Marie D'Angelo Cathy Davidson Richard Davidson Paul Davis Terri Day Sharon Deatherage 223 .. ....- ..ff..1- az:--as-Myra ' 1-.+-+L ' - H ..,....... ,.Q r -. ,. p, ......- ' ,..'Ql,-5.nunrsSL-L.-152.-2.5-L-.-.1-2-'+Lf'--- ff---P P -1-M'-.' -.f--. .-... ..-.- A, ...,. ,. ,,,. . , , Girl's State, Boy's State Students participate in mock governments Louis De Cavelle Denice De Haven Dennis De Long Kathy Dennis Renee Dent Connie Dickson Saralie Di Gravanni Barbara Divine Carolyn Dixon Dale Doubledee Doug Doughtrey Deborah Downing Steve Draper Mike Dunham i ?M fffW'N944frs1g Wy? wail" rxffiia ,if 'L K X 1 L -V if .ff ' f '-E, , 46 ,E A E VJWIWN, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,sLa.,M ,VW,,,1,,,, ,.,. V. 5 I WWWM,,,N,,,,,.,-M. K ' . 1 wr V . '. Qf'Fifa4f3f"et,s:t gf. " ' its E1 . z . 1- ,V 1, Q ,,,, -if 2 ts 1 , X .l m , M ' X A , , Q Q wi ew W 1 K? ,,, aw . ts fff' ff 5 9 ft., , 1 Q fig? ymifhh 1 'il' Q? 3 1 1 . 'H'f'5?1f'ga , , K, . . 2 rt, ". . vlfm I .. ' ' .21 ' 'J ' 1 t T V . H iv I I i sssu ssir S ., W, ffbft. , ,gc rad f' f . ,V - ww QM, . .T ' .4 ui ff' V ' I r 50" 5 KA' Gu Q.. 'i.33'3', ' an ,.j4.o5, ' x -if Q, 1 ' Eg: FL D .qi LA' T aj , fir" 15? '1 ' thi. V L 'if' " ' if? K 'RON FINKE, MARK MCGUIRE and David Van Fleet attend Boy s State 224 CINDY PAINTER REPRESENTS Truman at Girl s State Columbla Mlssourl iv 4-, 01 if E uf 3 'YI lar- 'itll 0:3 'If' 225 bf' rf' Dlanna Edmondson Ken Evans Paul Evans Phll Evans Ne1lFarquhar CI1ffFel1x Mike Ferrm Connie Flckel Denise Fields Ron Finke Alan Flsher Larry Fitch Betty Fleming Kay Fletcher Rusty Ford PAUL ACHIEVES NATIONAL Merit honor. Albert Gatrost Mary Gauge Linda Gaughran Debi Gearhart lack Gilbertson Diane Gillespie Les Gilliland Mike Ginn Betty Golden Warren Gooden Mary Goodyear Pam Gordon Donna Frazier Gary Fuller Larry Fuller Rick Galloway Gary Ganson Steve Garrison ro- 226 4 EL? E' iff , S FS l l a 2 ug ,, to ,sry,,t, M .Q iffy " ,t jg . L i.ri5gTiii2iVtQ ' 'L' 3 ' - fs A - .' W K fl i r A im Paul ranks high a ational Merit finalist Candace Granger Steve Green Dana Griffin loyce Groom Sherry Gunter James Hackler Rodney Haenni Brenda Hall Daniel Hallford Kay Ha se Robert Hamilton Kathy Hancock David rlandy Mike Hanley Gave Hardy john Harmon Michelle Harris Becky Hart Mike Hatfield Raymond Hawk Bill Hawthorne john Hays Vicki Heflin Lois Hendrickson Seniors find Ghio Psych Clyde Henry John Herbst Dave Herron james Hickum Mike Hicks Janice Highfill Mike Hillen Mike Hogge Hope Hollaman Gary Holland Larry Holmes Sharon Hoover Sue Hoover Bob Hopkins Mary Ann Hoss Don Howes K pw-f..,, , a sa 4. J I l X- L i "X test challenging 92-A ,, 'Nz YQ E is , 'tk , ' 'L 1 ,y r . . OHIO PSYCH ENTAILS two hours of concentration Cliff Hunstucker Denton Hyder Wesley jackson Doug jennings Bruce jensen Cindy johnson james johnson Mike jones Pamela jones Robert jones Sheldon jones Randy Kassen lim Kauffman Frank Kavanaugh Alan Kelly Fred Kelly Sandra Kelly Bob Kennedy Karen Kennison Dennis Kenyon Joann Keyton Duane Kimble Danny King Fred King Kathy King Linda King Karen Koon , , , X, f rf F .f , ufff L .1 relay- , 3' , 5353 5 ,ez ,fa fe! 1 e. 42-1- 2 , 'yi ax 1 . 4, .Mari DENTON EXPRESSES ENTHUSIASM at games. "KJ-K , a. ai, ,ZaL?M,, 5 17- G' eff-I full 3f?l'E:' Mi .',55l4K,h.l. + , M . , ,w X y an we ' l 4? if ie I X ,Y is 'f.:1:.- if 4-1- , 230 Ava. 'TIT' Students elect mascot Denton Hyder sets new school tradition Aleah Koury Nancy Krokstrom Cindy Kuhn Mary Kuklenski W4-X ss, 11 ba -X 2 -If K L Vicky Lambirth V in David Landery 1 Terry Lane ' Nicholette 1' Langdon V l ' l - 'aw' Bonnie Larson . L M, Sue Latimer , 4- ' fi? DavidLee Gary Leeper 1- , . 4 ...M- f I . f". 1 ' vw 'A fx ' f "' if f l Sharon Leeper Marcia Leibold lane Leighton ,f Floyd lulie Leighton x Floyd rf A, , , Qx J is ,lit . 4 'wha ke wk f Nancy Lesh , I 5, X Linda Lewis. ' Ya' Wanda Lewis g..,,.- I Terry Lierman . 11, 'W 23 1 Steve Ruoff steps out of football season Laurie Lightfoot Cynthia Lilleston Debra Logan Robert Long Ann Lotridge Brian Lowe Cynthia Lukrofka Gary Luna Robert Lundquist loAnn McCarty john McComas Marcy McConnell Reta McCrary Lynette McDole Brenda McEntire Nancy McGee ,IK e '50 QS? ld! erm -Nr V 'Xxx if 5 .. . vkxx . L "ts?x'l'o , 'I -QQ P-sph an , Q t AFTER SUFFERING INIURIES in the Raytown game, Steve watches intently from the sidelines. YK after establishing a fine starting record arp 'Gif fo- nf W:-ff fi- , 4i'X. zz' 4? 233 Mark McGuire Debbie McLain Connie McNamara Ronnie McPhail Laura McVay Debbie Maddy Connie Mahaffy Mike Malone Larry Markley Judith Mastin Paula Maudlin Rick Mawherter David Meadors Donald Medline Cindy Messick Curtis Meyers Janice Meyers Steve Millikan Cheryl Miller lonnie Miller Rick Miller Paul Miluski loyce Moffet V Kathy Montalte Michael Morgan lohn Murphy Shelley Myers Larry Nagel Carol Nance john Naughton Carol Nicademus Glen Nichols Peggy Nichols Penny Nichols Gary Noble lohn Norman Robert Ochs Deborah Olds Teresa O'Malley jim Osgood Cynthia Painter Sandra Parker Wayne Patience Richard Patterson , sivw. V ,Z , gl I Y- , ,,, gm Y ' s a , 5 liv '17, ' " wc 7 . 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I ff :yy , f We x J l' , ew ' 'fre' no 6 l K fb! x N ' of A J x 'aww N fm- 1 of 1 W-.f Lv.. vw , J Q +2 wi , DRUM MAIOR LINDA RAVEILL, directs band Christine Sappenfield Dennis Sartwell Gay Saunders Susie Saunders Susie Paxton qualifies as AFS finalist Gharett Schaberg David Schoaf Virginia Scherer Diane Schonfeldt Barbara Schnetzer Beverly Schulenberg Bill Schulz Roberta Sciortino jackie Scott Michael Scott Don Seaver Frances Sedge Kathy Seek Joyce Selder Phil Setchfield Craig Shandler Michael Shaw Nan Sheehy ludy Shelton Deborah Sherpy I SUSIE, PRESIDENT OF AFS, conducts the monthly meeting where activities for the year are discussed. 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L - ,,.AV' ,. .ur ' ,, , 'g',gi" , To ' 1. E, , a J , . .. : : .Q . Q il Pam Thomas Cheryl Thompson Cindy Thompson " "if 1 y 'ESA' ., T., . ,i , , B' , 'MJ , 'f 'M' Janice Thompson 'ffsv f A A s X X 1, , ,pr J, A 1 , ,,,, V, 3 V fa. is f if 1.2: I Y' Q , HL s ss r Q1 .. Y' Q WV ta l W L 45 , f . cl' .- L55 0 4, fc. 1 MIKE HANLEY PHOTOGRAPHS pictures for yearbook and newspaper staffs. and .4 ' f' L 19 'Y iv' X H 1-Egfr , Q gk - Q? T V - nm , I vt.. F . ' ' ji J , L J ,,, I f, ,- I U' ' 241 john Thompson Venita Thompson Peggy Thorne DennisTierney A Pamela Timm Randy Tinney Linda Tittle Steve Thompkins Diana Trimble Larry Trowbridge Denise Turk Ron Twente Bill Ulshafer Karen Vader David Van Fleet Robert Vannattan l El Mike Wagner 3 f 5 2 if 1 ' 1 iv an Walker s, , f I f Vi Dennis Wallace A - 6 - -,r 1 Loraine Wallace 2 , ,TR - ' r rg William Wamack L if p r , I ll . '- l ii l ll 1 iq ll ll fl 4 Vocational student ll hefps in office work W N z Kathyvia Q Z1 l LarryVoth X l l I, Sandra Wactor 1 G I X 5 'Q l l i or i l l 1 3 32 David 5 '13 Walkinshaw l fi BillWalker 1 Q l ll l fg CONNIEDICKSONWORKSasSOOSeCretary. l qi l l i il if Terry Warman Teresa Warner 35 Paula Waterworth ll james Watt l r 4 , 'A 11 l f M X , ,. r r . , fl f H L ragffrawei v A l Steve Webb .ff-x if if ,. ,Q r li David Webster -f,1i V "lQg ' A , r . ' ' , ,,-' r--, , -L r Donna Wederski ' 5 ' l"ii' 'l,'i fl - - - iirreca e l ., Phillip Weisbach H' - , j 3 I -- ry , I EW .af 1, 1 .--' g , fri' V1 ' fo. ""' ' f A ",, 'P' ' 242 l 2 wil' lanet Weller Teresa Welsh Louise Westerfield Cheryl Weston Michael White Robert White Virginia White Mark Whitehead Debbie Whiting Lynn Wilkinson Robert Williams loyce Wilson Mark Wilson Randall Winkler Terry Wilson james Wiss Brenda Wolf Connie Woods Ron Woolery Tom Woolf lack Wooldridge Connie Wright Micky Wyss Alan Young The 1970 "Heritage" staff would like to ex- press its gratitude to the people who made edit- ing this yearbook possible. The American Year- book Company printed our yearbook with the special help of Mr. jim Rupe, yearbook repre- sentative. Our special thanks goes to Rolland Studio and Mr. Al Hunter and his students for helping us with our photography. We acknowl- edge the Truman faculty, office staff and most of all Mr. Brown, Mr. Moore and Mr. Snowden for their assistance and support in the yearbook program. Finally, we would like to thank the student body of THS for their cooperation and interest in the 1970 "Heritage," Debbie Burns ' Editor Directory and Index Adams, Harold: Orchestra, DECA. Alexander, Kathie: Pep Club, Counselor aide, FTA. Allen, Bob: NAHS, French Club, Interact, Sports manager. Allinder, Bill: NHS Itreas.J, Spanish Club, Interact, Lettermen Club tpres.J, Indoor track icapt.J, Cross Country fcapt.J, Intramurals. Alsup, Susan: Spanish Club, SOO, FTA. Alumbaugh, Jeannie: COE. Anderson, Jeanette: SOO. Anderson, Nancy: Orchestra, Pep Club, Spanish Club. Anderson, Patti: SOO, Library aide. Anderson, Rod: COE. Andes, Launa: COE. Andes, Patti: Band, Orchestra, Pep Club, School play. Ayers, Kathy: Girls' Choir, Red Cross, School musical. Baldwin, Ed: Spanish Club, Pho- tography Club, Lettermen Club, Football. Ballew, Beckie: A cappella, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Red Cross, STUCO rep., One Acts, School play, School musical. Bangert, Joan: NHS, Girls' Glee Club, Pep Club, "Image" Staff, LAS Cv. pres.J, French Club, AFS. Barb, Michael: Band, JETS, Swimming. Barksdale, Jay: Band. Basler, Barb: NAHS, German Club, COE, Red Cross, Photography Club. Bellamy,Janie: FTA. Bennett, Jane: Thespians Csec.J, Pep Club, French Club tact. chair.J, FTA, School play. Bennett, Jean: "Heritage" att., Thespians itreas.J, Pep Club, French Club, FTA frep.-hist.J, One Acts. Blank, Terry: Spanish Club. Blankenship, Glenn: COE. Blatt, Larry: COE, Red Cross, Intramurals. Blomquist, Beverly:'COE. Blythe, Denice: German Club, COE, Gymnastics Club, FHA, Girls' track. V Borgman, Crystal: Pep Club, Li- brary aide. Bourne, Don: Basketball, Football. Bradford, Shannon: Spanish Club. Bridges, Steve: JETS tpres.J, Inter- act, Chess Club. Brittain,Jim: Band. Brown, Chris: Girls' Glee Club, TWIC. Browning, Debbie: Thespians tsec., pres.J, Newspaper staff tphoto.J, Library aide, FTA, Red Cross, Photogra- phy Club Ipres.J, One Acts, School play, School musical. Bryan, Mike: Football, Swimming, Baseball. Burks, Chuck: Basketball, Baseball. Burns, Bob: Spanish Club, Golf. Burns, Debbie: NHS, Quill and Scroll, Yearbook staff Keditorl, Pep Club, Yell Leader, Pats Club, FTA. Bush, Tom: Wrestling, Baseball, Sports manager. Butler, Marietta: Girls' Glee Club, Red Cross, Photography Club. Cain, Karan: Girls' Glee Club. Calvert, Janet: Girls' Glee Club, FTA. Campbell, Bill: Track, Swimming. Campbell, David: JETS, Interact. Carlson, Karin: SOO. ' Carmichael,Joyce: SOO. Carr, Mike: A cappella, Chamber Choir, Tru-Tones, Mixed Quartet, Boys' Eight. Cascairo, Janice: Pep Club, Span- ish Club, Red Cross, AFS. Case, Terri: Thespians, Newspaper Staff tad. man.J, "Image" staff, LAS, Spanish Club Iv. pres.J. Casey, Benita: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Office aide, Red Cross, AFS, STUCO rep. Chapman, Jeanne: NHS, Quill and Scroll, Newspaper staff Ceditorial editorJ. Christensen, Scott: Band, German Club, COE, Red Cross. Clarke, Larry: Tri-M ttreas.J, A cappella iv. pres.J, Tru-Tones, Boys' Quartet, German Club, Lettermen Club, School musical, Track. Clem, Doug: A cappella ipres.J, One Acts, School musical. Closson, Bill: German Club, Let- termen Club, Football, Track. Cobb, Lindsay: NHS, Lettermen Club, Baseball. Coffel, Scheryl: Band, German Club, FTA. Colletti, Louise: SOO. Collins, Valarie: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus. Comer, Roger: Band, Pep Band, Photography Club. Conway, Candy: A cappella, Girls' Choir, Spanish Club, FHA. Cook, Rick: STUCO rep., Tennis, Intramurals. Copenhaver, Mike: All-Conf. Hon. Mention, All-Area Hon. Mention, Football, Band, German Club, Track, Wrestling. Corlett, Marilyn: Pep Club, French Club. ' Cornelius, Dan: Basketball, Golf. Cox, Renee: NHS, Thespians, Tri- 246 M tsec.J, Pep Band, Orchestra, FTA. Cox, Steve: NHS, German Club thist.J, Interact. Cramer, Dennis: Tri-M, Pep Band, Orchestra, Red Cross, Interact, Swimming. Crowley, Mark: Band, JETS, Inter- act, Basketball, Tennis. Culver, Shirlene: Pep Club, Yell Leader, Office aide, Red Cross. Cunningham, Sharon: COE. Cupp, Connie: COE, Red Cross. Currier, Judy: STUCO rep., COE, One Acts. D'Angelo, Marie: Pep Club, Yell Leader, French Club, Red Cross, STUCO rep. Davidson, Dick: Wrestling, Swimming. Davis, Paul: COE, One Acts. Day, Terri: A cappella, Pep Club. DeCavelle, Louis: German Club, Baseball. DeHaven, Denise: Mixed Chorus, Pep Club. - DeLong, Dennis: Band, Lettermen Club, Sports manager. Dennis, Kathy: Pep Club, Yell Leader, FTA. Dent, Renee: A cappella, Girls' Glee Club, Girls' Choir, Spanish Club, FTA, School musical. Dickson, Connie: Girls' Choir, Spanish Club, Pats Club, Red Cross, STUCO rep. DiGiovanni, Saralie: Mixed Chorus. Dixon, Carolyn: Majorette, SOO. Doubledee, Dale: Basketball homecoming att., Band, Pep Club, Cheerleader. Draper, Steve: School play, Wrestling. Dunham, Mike: Football. Edmondson, Dianna: STUCO rep., Spanish Club. Evans, Ken: JETS, COE, Basketball, Tennis. . Evans, Paul: School play. Evans, Phil: COE. Farquhar, Neil: Red Cross, Foot- ball, Baseball, Intramurals. Felix, Cliff: NHS, Interact, Letter- men Club, Football, Wrestling, Baseball. Ferrin, Mike: Mixed Chorus. Fickel, Connie: NAHS, Band, Pats Club. Fields, Denise: Newspaper staff tcircul.ed.J. Finke, Ronald: Class officer Cjr. pres.J, Boy's State, NHS, Tri-M, Pep Bajnd, Band Orchestra, German Club, Interact ipres., v. pres.J, Tennis. Fitch, Larry: Radio Club, Football, Swimming, Tennis: Fleming, Betty: COE. Fletcher, Kay: A cappella, Mixed Chorus, Science Club, Spanish Club, FHA. Ford, Rusty: NHSfpre's.J, Wrestling. Frazier, Donna: Thespians, Band Crossllnes project involves fellowship Majorette Girls' Trio Pep Club Latin Club NFL Library aide FTA Chess Club School play School musical, Spanish Club FTA Red Cross Photog- raphy Club Chess Club Investment C ub. Kauffman jim: Band Pep Band Spanish Club Lettermen Club Basket- ball Football. Fuller Gary: Band Football Baseball. Fuller Larry: Spanish Club Red Cross Football Galloway Rick Photography Cub Ganson Gary Band Pep Band German Club Football Track Swimming Garrison Steve Spanish Club Baseball Gatrost Albert Investment Club Swimming Cross Country Gearhart Debbie SOO Red Cross Gilbertson jack Yearbook staff lsports edl Interact Lettermen Club STUCO Basketball Golf I land es jETS ftreas Interact Ginn Mike IETS Audio Vlsual aide Chess Club Goodyear Mary Band Orchestra Imanagerl Pep Club FTA Gordon Pam Quill and Scroll Thespians Yearbook staff Icopy edj Pep Club Iv presl LAS Spanish Club NFL FTA Red Cross STUCO rep One Acts Gouge Mary jane Girls Glee Club COE FHA Griffin Dana STUCO rep Span ish Club Groom joyce Yearbook staff Casst edl Gunter Sherry Band Girls Choir Latin Club FTA Hackler james Intramurals Haennr Rod NHS Band Image staff lllt edl LAS Lettermen Club Wrestling Tennis Hall Brenda COE Hallford Dan jETS Hamilton Bob Band Basketball Intramurals Hancock Kathy jr Prom att Class officer Isoph secj NHS Quill and Scroll NAHSIV pres presl Year book staff tBus manl Pep Club French Club Red Cross Handy David Spanish Club Red Cross Photography Club School play Hanley Mike Yearbook and Newspaper staffs Ihead photol Pho tography Club Chess Club Investment Club Baseball Intramurals Hardy Gaye Orchestra Pep Club German Club FTA Harmon john Pep Band Basket ball Wrestling Baseball Intramurals Harris Michelle Heritage att Class officer lsoph v presl STUCO rep Thesplans Yearbook staff lasst edj Pep Club LAS Spanlsh Club Of flce aide School play Hart Becky Band Science Club Hatfield Mike: Football All-Area Hon. Mention NHS Spanish Club ln- teract Basketball Baseball Hawk Raymond Football Hawthorne Bill NHS jETS Sci ence Club French Club Red Cross Interact Chess Club Radio Club lsec treasj Intramurals Hays john Spanish Club Heflin Vicki COE Henry Clyde NHS Band Pep Band Orchestra Interact Lettermen Club Sports manager Herbst john Basketball Icaptl Track Hickam jim Thespians Photogra phy Club Lettermen Club Investment Club One Acts School Play Sports manager Intramurals Hicks Michael Band Pep Band Hlghfill janlce Girls Glee Club Hlllen Mike COE Chess Club Wrestling Hogge Mike TWIC Spanish Club NFL Red Cross Hollaman Hope FTA Holland Gary COE Chess Club Holmes Larry STUCO rep Thesplans A cappella Tru Tones Red Cross Photography Club Lettermen Club Chess Club Swimming Hoover Sharon jr Prom Queen NHS Pep Club Cheerleader Pats Club lsecl Red Cross STUCO rep Hoover Sue NHS lsecj Qullland Scroll Yearbook staff Iassoc edl Pep Club French Club Ipresl FTA Red Cross Photography Club One Acts Hoss Mary Anne Categories team NCTE candidate NHS Tri M Ipresj Red Cross Photography Club Howes Donald Latin Club Red Cross Lettermen Club Investment Club Track Cross Country Hulett Chris STUCO rep Band Huntsucker Cliff Band COE Hyder Denton School mascot Yearbook staff tasst edl Spanish Club Red Cross Sports manager Intramurals jackson Wesley German Club Chess Club Intramurals jennings Doug COE jenson Bruce COE johnson Cindy Spanish Club SOO STUCO rep jones Mike French Club One Acts jones Pam NHS Acappella Red Cross AFS Mat Maid jones Sheldon STUCO officer Iparll Quill and Scroll Band Newspa per staff Isports ed J Interact Football Track Tennis jones Wayne Wrestling 4 Kelley Alan: Red Cross Lettermen ClubIsec.l Football Icapt.l Track. Kelley Sandra Girls Choir COE Keyton joann NHS Quill and Scroll Thespians Head majorette Newspaper staff Ifeat edj Image staff Iassoc edl LASItreasl Spanish Club ltfeasl School play One Acts Mat Maid Pep Club Kidwell Dennis Chess Club Track Kimble Duane Cross Countrv lCaptl Most val runner Track Letter men Club King Danny Lettermen Club Football Icaptl Track King Fred COE One Acts School play Intramurals King Kathy Football Homecom ing Queen Football Homecoming att Isophl Queen of Flowers Trl M Band Pep Club Cheerleader lheadj King Linda COE Klnyon Dennis Investment Club Knelsley Curt Newspaper staff lcopy edl Koon Karen Library aide Girls track Koury Aleah NAHS Spanish Club Photography Club Krokstrom Nancy Acappella Pep Club French Club SOO Red Cross Kuhn Cindy NHS Quill and Scroll Newspaper staff Inews edl Pep Clubtpresj French Club Crepl FTA Kuklenskl Mary Class officer Isoph treasl Quill and Scroll Year book staff Clay out edl Pep Club Yell Leader Iheadl FTA Red Cross Lambirth Vicky School play Lane Terry COE Langdon Nicolette NHS Larson Bonnie SOO FHA One Acts School play Latimer Sue Football Homecom mg att Url Heritage att ljrl Year book staff Iasst edl Pep Club French Club Office aide FTA Red Cross STUCO rep OneActs Lee Dave COE Leibold Marcia German Club Photography Club One Acts School Pal' Leighton Floyd janle COE thlstl Lesh Nancy NHS Iv presl Quill and Scroll Yearbook staff lphoto edl Pep Club Image staff fphoto edl LAS tsecl FTA Red Cross Lewis Wanda Thesplans FTA Red Cross Irep histl Photography Club Isecl One Acts School Play Lierman Terry Football Lightfoot Laurie Basketball Homecoming att lsenl STUCO TGP Acappella COE tpresj Girls track 1 1 1 , , 1 , I I 1 1 1 1 I ' ' ' f 1 1 1 I I 1 1 , I I I I I I 1 1 , , I I . 1 - 1 - , . 1 - 3 I ' . - . 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' . , . , I . ., I ' 'I ' - - 11 ' II ' - I , ' . . - I ' ' I A I I I l I - I , . . , 1 - 1 - 1 . . 1 - -1 - 1 . I I I - ' I 1 ' . . , , II I I I , . . . . I 1 ' ' 1 - I , I I 1 I ' I ' I ' ' 1 1 . , - 1 ' - . I . . 1 ' ' - ' . ' ' I I ' I 1 . . , . . I . 1 1 - , - , . . . , , . 1 1 1 ' , - - 1 I I 1 1 ' I ' I " " . . , , . 1 I ' ' I 1 ' , . 1 I . I : , , ' I , 1 - 1 I - ' 1 1 . . - 1 ' ' : " " 11 I I ' . . 1 . . , 1 . I . . , . . . 1 . . I , . ' I . , I 1 . ' . -I I I I ' - . , 1 1 . I I , I I . - I 'I . ' . I I ' 1 1 ' I ' 1 ' I ' 1 Z I ' , ' II IIIIIII, I, ,I I-,.,I,, I,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.--,,k,, - --.-, -......,g1.5:ns,,,.1 ,1..1+1,.:.Lsg:4.-A'--3--1'-1--E--W r-"'t"""-'-'fr' "" A ' ' ' ' Seniors find remote moments relaxing Lilleston, Cynthia: NHS, Orches- tra, German Club, Red Cross, Girls' Track. Logan, Debra: SOO. Long, Bob: NHS, German Club, Intramurals. Lotridge, Ann: Football Home- coming att. lsoph., jr., sen.J, Basketball att. ljr.I, "Heritage" Queen, Jr. Prom att., Class officer ljr. treas.I, NHS, Quill and Scroll lv. pres.J, Yearbook staff Cas- soc. ed.J, Pep Club, French Club, STUCO rep. Lukrofka, Cindi: NHS, Thespians lv. pres.I, AFS, One Acts, School Play. Luna, Gary: COE. Lundquist, Robert: Latin Club, COE, Intramurals. McCarty, Jo Ann: Girls' Glee Club. McComas, John: COE. McConnell, Marcy: JETS. McCrary, Reta: Yearbook staff tassistant editorl, Pep Club, FTA, AFS, STUCO rep. McEntire, Brenda: TWIC lsec. treas.J, German Club lpres.I, STUCO rep. McGee, Nancy: NHS, TWIC. McGuire, Mark: Boy's State, Quill and Scroll, Band, Pep Band, Orchestra, Newspaper staff teditorl, TWIC, Inter- act, Lettermen Club, Baseball, Basket- ball, Football manager. McLain, Debbie: Girl's.Glee Club, Girls' Choir, Yearbook Staff Iassistant editorI, Spanish Club, Pats, Library aide, School musical. McNamara, Connie: Spanish Club, COE. McPhail, Ron: A cappella, COE. Maddy, Debbie: A cappella, Year- book staff lasst. ed.I, Pep Club, French Club, Office aide. Mahaffy, Connie: A cappella, Girl's Glee Club, Girls' Choir, FTA, Red Cross. Markley, Larry: Band, COE. Mastin, Judy: NHS. Mawhirter, Rick: NAHS, JETS Club. Meyer, Curtis: COE. Miller, Cheryl: NHS, Pep Club, Yell Leader, Latin Club, FTA, Red Cross, AFS lsec. treas.I. Miller, Rick: Baseball IAII-conf.I, Spanish Club, Interact, Basketball, Football IJ.V. capt.I, Baseball lcapt.J. Miluski, Paul: STUCO President, NHS, "Image" staff, LAS. Montalte, Kathy: FHA Ipres.J, SOO. Morgan, Mike: NAHS, Red Cross. Murphy, John: Class officerglsen. treas.I, Interact, Lettermen Club, Football. Myers, Shelley: Spanish Club, One Acts. Nane, Carol: Library aide, FTA, Red Cross, Mat Maid. Naughton, John: German Club, Wrestling, Cross Country, Intramurals. Nichols, Glen: One Acts, Football, Swimming, Baseball, Sports manager. Nichols, Peggy: NAHS, Spanish Club, COE Itreas.I. Nichols, Penny: NAHS, COE. .Nicodemus, Carol: NHS, Band, Orchestra, Spanish Club, FTA. Nielsen, Kris: COE. Noble, Gary: Spanish Club, Inter- act, Basketball, Golf. Norman, John: Band, Pep Band, Orchestra, TWIC, JETS, Science Club, Spanish Club, Red Cross, Interact, Let- termen Club, Football, Track, Sports manager, Intramurals. Ochs, Bob: Jr. Prom King, STUCO Iv. pres.I, NHS, NFL, Red Cross, Interact, Lettermen Club, Football lAll- Area Confer. H.M.I, Wrestling, Swim- ming, Baseball. , O'Malley, Teresa: SOO. Osgood, Jim: COE. ' Painter, Cindy: Girl's State, NHS, Thespians, TWIC, Latin Club. Parker, Sandy: Office aide. Patience, Wayne: STUCO rep., NHS, TWIC, LAS, Audio-visual aide. Paxton, Susie: AFS Chairman, Pep Club, FTA Isec.I. Penniston, Diana: Thespians, Spanish Club, AFS, School play. Phillips, Joyce: COE. Phillips, Larry: NAHS, TWIC, French Club, FTA, STUCO rep. Pitts, Lavina: Spanish Club, Library aide. Poteet, Roger: STUCO rep., Red Cross. Price, Kent: COE, School play, Basketball, Tennis, Intramurals. Purdy, Phil: NHS, German Club, NFL lv. pres.I, Interact tpar.I, STUCO rep., Tennis. Rabon, Joyce: COE, FTA, One Acts, School play. Randall, Darlene: COE. Raviell, Linda: NHS, Band, Drum Major, "Image" staff, LAS, Spanish Club, NFL. Reagan, Debbie: Pep Club. Reed, Richard: Thespians, News- paper staff lcol.J, Chess Club, One Acts, School play. Reynolds, Twylene: Tri-M, Pep Band, Band, Orchestra, TWIC, FHA. Rice, Daniel: NHS, JETS, French Club,,NFL, Red Cross, Interact, Chess Club lv. pres.I, TWIC, School play. Rice, Randy: Class officer tsoph. pres.I, Football CAII-Area, Conf. 2nd team, Metro H.M., State H.M, lcapt.I, Interact, Lettermen Club Iv. pres.I, Basketball, Track, Baseball. Rice, Rick: JETS, German Club, Interact, Lettermen Club, Football, Track. Richards, Kathy: Spanish Club, SOO, Counselor aide. 248 Richardson, Ellen: A cappella, Girls' Glee Club. Richey, Sharon: STUCO rep., Yearbook staff Iassoc. ed.I, Pep Club, German Club, Photography Club, One Acts, School Play. Rightmyer, Marsha: Class offi- cer lsr. sec.I, Thespians, Band, Pep Club lparl.I, LAS, NFL lsec.I, FTA, AFS, STUCO rep. River, Jerry: Wrestling. Roach, Terri: COE. Roberts, Paul: Sports manager. Robertson, Cliff: COE. Robison, Sharon: Band, Orchestra, COE. Roe, Diane: Girls' Glee Club. Romines, Sandra: Mixed Chorus. Ruester, Robert: NHS, Band, Pep Band, Orchestra, TWIC, German Club lsec.I, FTA ltreas.I, Interact. Ruoff, Steve: Spanish Club, Letter- men Club, STUCO rep., Football IAII- Conf.I, Track. Rush, Farrel: COE. Rynearson, Rodney: Tri-M, Band Orchestra. Saunders, Susie: A cappella, Girls' Choir, Pep Club, Spanish Club fparl.J, Pats Club, Office aide, AFS, Mat Maid. Schaberg, Gharett: Band, JETS, German Club, Interact, Swimming, Golf. Scherer, Ginny: STUCO rep., Girls' Choir lpres.I, Pep Club, Red Cross. Schonfeldt, Diane: Girls' Choir, COE. Sciortino, Roberta: COE. Scott, Jackie: NAHS, COE. Scott, Mike: TWIC, Red Cross, STUCO rep., School play. Seaver, Don: NHS, Spanish Club. Sedge, Frances: NHS, Thespians, TWIC, Pats Club, STUCO rep. Selder, Joyce: Girls' Glee Club, Spanish Club, FHA. Setchfield, Phil: NHS, Tri-M, Band lcapt.I, Pep Band, Orchestra, TWIC Iv. pres.I, Spanish Club, NFL, FTA. Shandler, Craig: COE. Sherpy, Debbie: German Club. Shoaf, David: Band, COE. E Shore, Kathy: Girls' Choir, Year- book staff lasst. ed.I, Spanish Club. Shrout, Howard: COE, Red Cross, Basketball. Simonie, Tony: COE. Simpson, Jackie: Mixed Chorus. Sincox, Kent: Football CAII-conf. First Team, All-Area Sec. Teamj, Ger- man Club, NFL, Interact, Lettermen Club ltreas.J, Football, Baseball, Intramurals. Slade, Linda: Orchestra, SOO, FTA. Slayton, Eric: Spanish Club, FTA, Red Cross. Sloan, Mike: NHS. -- Smith, Mike: COE. r Smith Steve: Wrestling Swim- mlng Tennis Cross Country Intramur- Soper Kim: NHS Tri-M Orches- tra String quartet lETS German Club tv.pres.l NFL. Sperry Carol: Class officer ljr. sec.l STUCO officer tsec.l Outstand- ing Sen. Girl DAR Good Citizen NCTE Award NHS Pep Club LAS NFL Counselor Aide FTA tv. pres. pres. state pres.l Red Cross tparl. pres.J. Squires Bill: COE. Srader David: German Club COE Chess Club. Staley Gretchen: Quill and Scroll tpres.J Newspaper staff tasst. ed.l Pep Club tsec.l. Stanley Barb: Girls Glee Cub Mixed Chorus. Stone Brenda: Photography Club. Storms Dave: Band School play. Stowell Dennis: LXS FTA. Sturdevant Guy: Thespians School play Wrestling. Talbott Norman: Band Pep Band Spanish Club Lettermen Club Foot- ball Track Cross Country. Taylor Paula: A cappella Mixed Chorus Red Cross Girls track. Thomas Pam: Pep Club Spanish Club lpres.J Office aide FTA One Acts. Thompson Cheryl: COE One Acts School play. Thompson Janice: A cappella Girls Glee Club Pats Review. Thompson john: COE. Thorne Peggy: Band Red Cross. Tierney Dennis: Basketball Foot- ball Intramurals. Tinney Randy: Football. Trimble Diana: NAHS Pats Club lv. pres.l Gymnastics Club Girlyrraqk, Trowbridge Larry: NHS A cappel- la Tru-Tones Orchestra NFL. Turk Denise: NHS Band, Orches- K3 TWIC German Club ltreas.J, FTA, Twente Ron: Thespians, Newspa- per staff tphoto.l German Club, FTA, One Acts School play. Ulshafer Bill: Band COE. Vader Karen: Gymnastics Club, Girls track. Van Fleet David: Boy s State, NHS, Radio Club. Voth Larry: STUCO officer ttreas.l Band Orchestra Spanish Club, Interact Basketball. Wagner Mike: Football tcapt.J, Track. Walker Bill: Lettermen Club, One Country. Walker lan: COE. Wallace Dennis: COE. Warner Teresa: COE FTA. Watt lim: Acappella. Webb Steve: STUCO rep., One Acts Football. Webster David: COE. Wederski Donna: Band. Weller janet: STUCO rep., Year- book staff lassoc. ed.J Pep Club trep.- hist. . White Ginger: Girls Glee Club, Pep Club NFL COE FTA Red Cross. White Mike: TWlC COE, Chess C ub. Whiting Debbie: Basketball Homecoming att. STUCO tdance chair.l Pep Club Spanish Club. Wilkinson Lynn: Thespians, NFL, FTA lnvestmentClub. 1 , , I 1 1 1 , als ' I I 1 1 1 1 , , I I I , I I 1 1 , FS ' 1 1 I 1 1 I I I I I I ' I 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 1 I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I 1 1 Stone, Rich: COE. Acts, Track, Wrestling lcapt.l, Cross I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I , I 1 1 1 I , 1 1 1 1 , , 1 1 ' l I , 1 1 1 I 1 1 ' ' , 1 , 1 I I I I Tompkins Steve: COE Cross Williams Leroy: NHS Chess Club, Wilson, Terri: NHS, Thespians, Pep Club ttreas.l, French Club, FTA, One Acts, School play. Winsor, Pam: COE. Wiss, lim: One Acts, Swimming. Wolf, Brenda: Orchestra. Woods, Connie: STUCO rep., Pep Club, Spanish Club, Office aide, FTA, Red Cross, Photography Club. Wooldridge, lack: Football Conf., All-Area, All-Statel, Mixed Cho- rus, Lettermen Club, Investment Club Track. Woolery, Ron: COE. Woolf, Tom: Wrestling. Wright, Connie: COE. Wyss, Mickey: Class Officer tsen. v. pres.l, STUCO rep., Spanish Club, Interact ttreas.l, Basketball, Track. Young, Alan: Band, A cappella, COE. tAll- 1 Country. In dex A cappella 70, 71 Adams, Darlene 75, 194 Adams, Dennis 194 Adams, Greg 194 Adams, Harold 218 Adams, Judy 14, 178 Agriculture 56, 57 Agee, Akers Emily 91,107,194 , Joleen 178 Albert, Joyce 178 Alexander, Kathie 103, 108 218 Alger, Larry 178 Alger, Mike 194 School play. Allinder, William 89,114, 116, 218, 235 Alsop, Laurel 178 Alsup, Susan 95, 218 Althaus, William 178 Alumbaugh, Jeannie 94, 95, 218 Amos, Ronald 103, 194 Anderson, Claudia 70, 80, 81, 156, 157, 194, 213 Anderson Anderson , David 218 Jeanette 95, 218 Lisa 109, 194 Anderson, Anderson, ,Nancy 68,218 Patricia 95, 218 1Paula 75,178 , Rod 94,218 Andes, David 126, 178 Andes, Diana 194 Andes, Elizabeth 65, 68, 90, Andes, Launa 94, 218 Allen, Darlene 194 AI'lCl6l'S0fl Allen, Eve 194 Anderson Allen, James 178 AI1d61'S0fl Allen, Janet 62, 98, 178 Allen Jordan 117,194 Allen, Mark 194 Allen, Neal 194 1081194 Allen, Silvia 194 Allin, Mike 194 Allinder. Robert 138,178 Allind er, Stephen 144, 194 Andes, Patricia 64, 68, 218 Andrews, Jolena14, 194 Angotti, David 178 249 Angotti, Ron 194 Antrim, Robert 70, 194 Antrim, Sherry 103, 178 Aguilero, Marino 194 Arbogast, Mary218 Armilio, Carl 178 Arnold, Deborah 178 Arnone, Linda 218 Art Department 62, 63 Askey, Mary 178 Atkinson, Samuel 178 Atwood, Brian 178 Autry, Cary194 Ayers, Denise 194 Ayers, Kathy 218 Ayers, Ralph 178 Balano, Rosemary 70, 97,178 Baldwin, Edward 94, 121, 122, 218 Baldwin, LaNita 68,108,178 Baldwin, Teresa 14, 178 Bales, Richard 64, 83,194 Ballew, Phillip 178 Ballew, Rebecca 51, 70, 80, 151, 218 Balzar, James 194 Bangert, Joan 91,108, 218 Banks, Russell 195 Barancik, Nancy 178 Barb, Michael 93, 218 Barksdale, Jay 218 Barlow, Robert 102 Barnes, Debbie 195 Barnes, Larry81,178 Barnes, Mary 81, 83,195 Barnes, Sharon 195 Barrier, Linda 178 Barttrum, William 195 Bashum, David 178 Basketball Homecoming 166-169 Basler, Barbara 83, 90, 98, 219 Bass, Dennis 195 Bateman, Carla 195 Bates, Craig 126 Baugher, Donna 195 Baugller, Larry178 Bay, Roger195 Beal, Calvin 195 Beal, Carl 94, 219 Bcardsley, Burt 195 Beavers. Dcbra195 Beck, james 178 Behee, john 178 Beisly, Kerry 178 Bellamy, jane 103, 219 Bellinger, jeff 86, 178 Bellitti, Karen 195 Benedict, Nancy 89, 178 Bennett, jane 80,108, 219 Bennett, jean 108, 162, 219 Barardi, Stephanie 178 Bergman, Sara 85, 109, 159, 195 A Betherl, Ellen 219 Becerstock, Toni 103, 219 Biggs, Michael 195 Bilyeu, Glanda 173 Binninger, Craig4195 Blank, Terry 219 Blankenship, Chris 195 Blankenship, Glenn 94, 219 Blankenship, Hope 178 Blatt, Larry 94, 219 Blatt, Michael 178 Blickham, Larry 179 Block, Michael 195 Blocker, Kathy 195 Bloomquist, Beverly 94, 219 Bloomquist, Chris 121, 122 Blumenschein, Audry195 Blythe, Denice 94, 219 Blythe, Sue 108,178 Bolander, Della 195 Bonabhan, Gayle 195 Bond, Ronald 195 Bond, Sandi, 178 Book, Alberta 195 Boone, Patricia 85, 89, 178 Booster Club 14 Booth, Cheryl 219 Booth, Vickie 14, 178 Bordelon, Eugene 46, 91, 93, 99, 219 Borgman, Crystal 97, 103 220 Born, Sue 195 Boswell, Shelly 178 Bourne, Cindy 178 Boiirne, Don 220 Bouyear, Kathy 70, 72, 89, 109, 195 Bowen, Mary 178 Brackenbury, Laura 178 Brackenbury, Robert 220 Bradford, Shannon 220 Brady, Diana 195 Brand, Ellen 109, 195 Brand, Terry 178 Brannon, Malesa 178 Branscon, William 195 Branstetter, Carol 196 Bray, jeannie 196 Bray, john 178 . Breedlove, Chita 196 Bresman, Gary Brewer, Clyde 196 Brewer, Larry 220., Bridges, Rickie 178 Bridges, Steve 93, 220 Brightwell, Michael 196 Brightwell, Patricia 196 Britt, Robert196 Brittain, Diana 178 Brittain, james'164, 220 Brock, Brock, Anita 178 Debra 81 Brockman, Ron 220 Bronson, Nancy 14, 195 Brookens, Samuel 121, 196 Brooks, jeanette178 Brown, Christine 75. 220 Brown, Clydr178 Brown, Debra 196 Brown, james 178 Brown, jim 196 ' Brown, Kathleen 178 Brown, Kevin 178 Brown, Linda 220 Brown, Robert 90 Browning, Deborah 43, 80, 98, 220 Browning, Dennis 178 Browning, john 220 Brune, Susan 85, 109, 179 Bryan, Danny 126 Bryan, Michael 121, 123, 220 Bryant, james 196 Bryant, Vicki 89, 196 Blickham, Larry 179 Buckles, Deborah 64, 196 Bucko, Michael 93 Bullard, Kathy 178 Bullard, Roger 196 Bunnell, Debra 179 Burcham, janet 89, 197 Burcham, Rebecca 91, 179 Burgess, jacquelynn 179 Burgett, jimmie 179 Burke, William 179 Burks, Charles 131, 220 Burks, Charles 179 Burns, Beverly 196 Burns, Debbie 41, 108, 220 Burns, Robert 220 Burns, Vickie 196 Burrows, Rita 179 Burton, Laura 83, 196 Burton, Russell 70, 196 Burton, Steve 120, 127 Bush, Michael 220 Bush, Thomas 220 Business 50, 51 Butler, Marietta 75, 85, 98, 220 Buttram, Margie 75, 179 Buttram, Rebecca 71, 196 Butts, Mary 179 Butts, Martha 196 Buxton, Donna 179 Byers, Theresa 89, 196 Byers, Robert 179 Byrd, Cecil 179 Byrne, Roger 138, 196 Cable, Cynthia 81, 109, 179 Cable, Raetta 197 Cain, Carol 179 Cain, john 197 Cain, Karen 75, 220 Calbert, Richard 179 Calovich, Lynette 107,160 Calvert, janet 221 1 Calvert, Michael 197 Cambers, Chauncey 197 Camerlynck, Bill 126 Campbell, Doug 94, 221 Campbell, Mike 179 Campbell, David 93, 221 Campbell, William 94, 221 Cantwell, Rocky 179 Carder, Gary 197 Carey, Rickey 179 Cargill, Linda 179 Carlisle, Linda 108, 179 Carlson, Karin 95, 103, 221 Carmichael, joyce 98, 221 Carpenter, jean 91, 197 Carpenter, joan 91, 197 Carr, Mike 71, 72, 94, 221 Carroll, William 221 Cascairo, janice 89, 103, 108, 221 Cascairo, Kathy 109, 197 Case, Dennis 180 Case, Lance 54, 93, 98 Case, Terri 42, 8-, 89, 221 Casey, Benita 103, 221 Casey, Brenda 197 Castle, janene 68, 82, 90, 109, 197 Caton, Sandra 103, 180 Chamberlain, jane 197 Chambers, Sheldon 221 Chandler, Mick 221 Chaney, Mark 65, 197 Chapman, jeanne 42, 221 Chapman, Larry 145 Chapman, Mark 221 Chapman, Nancy 103, 109 Chapman, Tina 75, 197 Chappell, Gary 75, 81 Charles, Sharon 197 Chasten, Libby 180 Cheerleaders 107, 110, 111 Chess Club 101 Childers, Ronald 180 Childs, Karen 180 Chism, Kim 180 Choplin, Virginia 85, 108, 197 Chrisman, Debbie 197 Chrisco, james 180 Chrisman, Connie 180 Christensen, Connie 109, 180 Christensen, jim 126, 180 Christenson, Scott 221 Clariday, Mark 65, 221 Clark, Mark 180 Clark, Robert 180 Clark, Larry 70, 72, 82, 90, 221 Clayton, jim 222 Clem, Douglas 70, 72, 222 Clenen, Kenny 121, 197 Clinton, Anna 14, 197 Closson, Alice 180 Closson, Allen 197 Closson, William 118, 120, 122, 222 Clows,jacque108, 180 Coates, April 197 Coates, Beverly 180 Cobb, Thomas 222 Cochran, Sheryl 197 Cocherell, Patricia 109, 197 COE 94, 95 Cofer, Carolyn 70, 81, 91, 197 Coffell, Scheryl103, 222 Coffin, Linda 91, 100, 197 Coffman, Darwin 180 Cohoon, Bruce 197 - Cohoon, Linda 109,180 Coil, Susan 83, 107,177 Coin, Karen 222 Colby, Gay 75 Cole, Loretta 197 Cole, Richard 197 Colleti, Louise 95, 222 Colston, Mary 222 Comer, Gregg 180 Comer, Randy 71, 197 Comer, Roger 65, 222 Compier, Nan 198 Conrad, Dennis 180 Conrad, Teresa 89, 108, 180 Constance, Vicki 108, 180 Conway, Candy 71, 74, 222 Conway, David 145, 180 Cook, Barbara 180 Cook, Dave 180 Cook, George 126, 180 Cook, Richard 222 Cooper, Larry 222 Cooper, Mike 180 Cooper, William 180 J Copenhaver, Mike 64, 90, 123, 128, 223 Corlett, Marilyn 91, 223 Corlett, Max 126, 130,180 Corliss, Michael 198 Cornelius, Dan 131, 223 Cornelius, Terry 141, 181 Corum, Gayle 85, 181 Cottle, Ben 181 Cotton, Monte 68, 69, 82, 94, 223 Cotteell, jim 94 Countryman, Tim 198 Courter, Maynard 94 Cox, Candace 65, 68, 181 Cox, jeannie 194, 198 Cox, Renee 68, 82, 223 Cox, Stephen 100, 138, 198 Cox, Steve 90, 223 Coy, Debbie 223 Coy, Donna 181 Craig, Charles 198 Criag, Ellen 198 Cramer, Charles 65, 68, 83, 85, 173, 223 Cramer, Mark 126, 141,181 Crawford, Linda 91, 109, 198 Crawford, Pam 65, 68, 82, I 89,198 Croft, Ken 198 Crook, Karen 75, 85, 198 Cross Country 114-117 Crowley, Mark 223 Cullen, Michael 70, 181 Culver, Shirlene 103, 108, 223 Cummins, Billie 90, 198 , Cunningham, Harvey 94, 223 L Cunningham, Sam 181 Cunningham, Sharon 94, 223 I Cupp, Connie 94, 223 ' Currier, judy 223 Curtis, Sheila 71, 86,198 Curtis, Steve 181 Dallam, Kim 91, 109, 159, 162, 166, 198 Danforth, Pamela 181 D, Angelo, Marie 91, 108, 109, 164, 223 Dannels, jack 181 Dannels, james 121, 198 , Davidson, Cathy 63, 223 Davidson, Dick 223 Davidson, Patricia 198 Davidson, Rickey 126,181 Davis, Donna198 Davis, Eddie 198 Davis, jeffrey 198 Davis, Mary Ann 75,181 Davis, Nancy jo 65,110,198 Davis, Paul 94, 223 Davis, Richard 198 Davis, Timothy 81,181 Dowdy, Sam 64, 89,198 Day, Mary Lynn 89,108,181 Day, Theresa 71,108, 223 Deal, Rick 198 Deatherage, Sharon 223 DeBarthe, Larry 181 Debate 36, 37 DeCamp, Linda 181 DeCavelle, Louis 224 Decker, Nancy 75 DeHaven, Denise 108, 224 DeLapp, Edwin 64, 68,198 DeLapp, Teresa 181 DeLong, Dennis 224 Demmon, Michael 181 Demoss, Deborah 89, 181 Dempsey, Deanna 75,198 Dennis, Kathy 108, 224 Dent, Renee 71, 103, 224 DePoortere, Gary 91, 198 DeWeese, Pam 70, 198 Dexter, Daniel 198 Dicker, Nancy 198 Dickey, janis 81, 91,109,181 Dickey, Richard 98,181 Dickson, Connie 89, 95, 224, 242 Dieleman, David 198 Dierkes, Tom 81,181 DiGiovanni, Saralie 224 Dilday, Karen 181 DiRe. Elizabeth 181 DiRe, Henrietta 198 Divine, Barbara 103, 224 Dix, justin 64, 88, 90,198 Dixon, Carolyn 65, 95, 224 Dorland, Larry 181 Dorland, Richard 181 Dorrell, james 198 Dorsey, Ada 181 Dorsey, Ida 103, 198 Doubledee, Dee 110, 224 Doughtery, Doug 224 Douglas, George 198 Douglas, George 198 Downing, Deborah 224 Downum, Linda 85,181 Dramatics 34 Draper, Steve 224 Drivers' Education 61 Duckworth, Mona 83, 109, 181 Duncun, Peggy 181 Dunham, Mike 224 Dunham, Ronald 181 Dwyer, john 199 Dyer, Deena181 Eads, Donald 70, 80, 199 Eads, William 181 Eastridge, Carol 181 Etlde, Paula 109, 199 Degington, Allan 199 Edmonds, Pamela 91,181 Edmondson, Dianna 89, 225 Egleston, Natalie 181 Eichenberger, Deborah 109, 181 Eklof, Deborah 72, 75,199 Eklof, Donna 89,181 Eklund, Hope 83,181 Elliot, David 92,181 Elser, Robert 117, 130,181 Elwell, Kevin 199 England, Douglas 181 English Department 32, 33 Erickson, Carol 199 Erickson, Dwight 128, 129, 199 Estrada, Ruben 199 Etzenhouser, joyce 70 Eubank, Belinda 181 Evans, Kenneth 94, 225 Evans, Paul 225 Evans, Phillip 94, 225 Evans, Randy 181 Evans, Tim 93,143,144,199 Fagenstrom, Carol 199 Fann, Kenneth 64,199 Farris, Stephen 199 Farquhar, Neil 85, 120, 122, 225 Fasse, Linda 103, 181 Fedo, Todd 181 Feiser, George 121, 199 Felix, Clifford 121, 122, 225 Felix, Steve 121, 199 Fellers, Steve 199 Feran, Pete 199 Ferguson, Randy 181 Ferrin, Michael 225 Fewox, Bill 141, 181 FFA 96 FHA 97 FTA 86, 87 Fickel, Connie 64, 225 Field, Patty109,199 Field, Denise 43, 225 Finch, Floyd 35, 81, 200, 209 Findley, john 181 Finke, Ronald 64, 82, 84, 90, 225 Finnegan, Barbara 91, 109, 200 Fisher, Alan 225 Fitch, Larry 225 Fitzmeyer, Robert 200 Fleeman, Albie117,181 Fleming, Betty 94, 225 Fleming, Anthony 181 Fleming Timothy 181 Ford, Cynthia 200 Fletcher, Deverine 71, 225 Football 118-127 Football Homecoming 158- 161 Ford, Diane 200 Ford, Lisa 97,181 Ford, Paul 182 Ford, Russell 225, 235 Foreign Exchange Students 152, 153 Foreign Languages 38, 39 Foster, janet Francis, Donna 89 Franklin, Clarence 100, 116, 117, 138, 200 Franklin, Richard 200 Frazier, Donna 65, 80, 81, 226 Fredenberg, Edward 65, 182 Free, Kenny 200 French Club 91 French, Don 182 French, Larry 200 French, LeeAnn 83, 91, 108, 200 Friedly, Lybbie 74,182 Friedrich, Patty 89, 182 Friend, Charles 65, 81, 182 Frisbie, Rick 200 Frisby, Valeva182 Fruit, William 200 Fryatt, Preston 138, 200 Fuller, Gary 55, 226 Fuller, Larry 226 Fuller, Linda 182 Gagliardi, jamie 126, 141, 182 Galloway, Rick 226 Gammon, Barbara 90,182 Gammon, Randy 116, 182 Gammon, Mike 116, 200 Ganson, Gary 64, 90, 120, 123,226 Gardner, Wayne 65, 128, 200 Garrison, janet 182 Garrison, Mary 200 Garrison, Paul 126, 182 Garrison, Steve 226 Gartin, Bradd 182 Cates, Stephen 182 Gatrost, Albert 143, 226 Gaughran, Linda 226 Gearheart, Debi 95, 226 German Club 90 Geivett, Geri 91, 98, 109,182 George, Sheila 200 Gercone, Deo 182 Gerlt, Fred 200 Giacetti, Larry 182 Gibler, Gary182 Gilbertson, jack 41, 131,133, 226 Gillespie, Diane 226 Gilliland, Les 93, 226 Gilliland, Terri 200 Gilmore, john 200 Ginn, Michael 93, 102, 226 Ginnings, Sharon 200 Girls' Clee Club, Choir 72, 73 Glasgow, Kathy 200 Glass, Bruce 200 Gleason, Richard 182 Glenister, Steve 182 Glenn, john 65, 68, 98, 200 Glover, DeeAnn 74,103, 200 Goettel, Liesa109,182 Golden, Betty 226 Gooden, Warren 94, 226 Goodrich, janice182 Goodyear, Mary 65, 68, 108 226 Gordon, Pam 40, 79, 80, 81, 108, 226 Gouge, Mary 74, 94, 97, 226 Gouldsmith, David 85, 200 Graham, Dale 200 Granger, Candancc 227 Granger, Sonya 182 Gray, Cynthia 71, 109,182 Gray, Deanna 74, 200 Cray, Dennis 126, 141,182 Gray, james 200 Gray, Mary 75,109, 200 Green, jim 126, 130,176,182 Green, Linda 201 Green, Sheila 182 Green, Steve 70, 128, 131 216,227 Green, Valerie 201 Griffin, Dana 227 Griffin, Debra 201 Grimes, Donald 182 Grinham, Geoff 182 Groom, George 182 Groom, joyce 41, 227 Cross, Sallie 201 Groves, Sherry 71,182 Gullett, john 86, 201 Gulotta, Victoria 201 Gumm, Gayla 201 Gunter, julie 90,109, 201 Gunter, Sherry 64, 74, 227 Hackett, Dennis Hackler, David Hackler, james 227 Haefele, Mary 89 Haenni, Rodney 64, 227 Haenni, Suzanne 91, 173, 201 Hahn, Cindy 70, 201 Hahn, William 117, 141 Hall, Barbara 85, 94,108 Hall, Brenda May 227 Hallford, Daniel 93, 227 Hallford, Darrell 70, 81 Halsey, Kay 227 Hamilton, Gary 201 Hamilton, Robert 227 Hammond, Cheryl 182 Hammons, Pamela 74 Hanaway, David 81 Hancock, Doug 53, 201 Hancock, Kathy 41, 83, 108, 227 Handy, David 89, 227 Hanley, Bruce 182 Hanley, Mike 43, 98, 227, 241 a Hanley, Valli 70, 72, 74, 85, 201 ' Hansen, Blair 182 Hanssen, Laura 182 Harbison, Ken 182 Harden, Darlene 201 Hardy, Gaye 108, 227 Hardy, Randall 68 Hargrave, Steven 68, 81, 201 Hargus, Steve 138, 139, 201 Harlan, Wayne 201 Harmon 83, 201, 206 Harmon, John 227 Harper, Pamela 108, 182 Harris, Bonnie 71, 108, 182 Harris, Michelle 41, 80, 108, 162, 227 Harris, Roger 121,127,182 Hart, Becky 89, 98, 101, 227 Hart, Eileen 109 Hart, John 182 Hart, Marie 182 Hartley, Bobby 182 Hastings, Helen 68, 182 Haston, Don 71, 81, 182 Haswell, Pamela 74, 108, 182 Hatch, Rebecca 75 Hatch, Susan 109, 182 Hatches, Raymond 64, 201 Hatfield, Jim 201 Hatfield, Mike 89, 121, 122, 131, 227 Hatfield, Steve 126, 138, 183 Hausheer, Brain 126, 183 Hawk, Raymond 121, 122, 227 Hawkins, Thomas 202 Hawthorne, Richard 183 Hawthorne, Bill 85, 93, 99, 228 Hayes, Billy 102, 202 Hayes, Jerry 183 Hayes, Wesley Hays, John 228 Heater, Lawrence 183 Heater, Pamela 85, 90, 92, 202 Heath, Pam 108 Hedges, Sharon 109, 183 Heflin, Lance 128, 202 -1-Ieflin, Vance 128, 202 Heflin, Vicki 228 Helton, Charles 202 Henderson, Mike 172, 202 Hendley, Terry 183 Hendrickson, Lois 74, 228 Hendrix, Ginger 202 Henry, Clyde 65, 68, 228 Henry, David Hensen, Greg 138, 139, 202 Henson, Susan 202 Herbest, John 131, 133, 136 228 "Heritage" Queen 162, 163 "Heritage" Dance 164, 165 Herod, Don 64, 116, 202 Herrson, David 52, 228 Hickman, Bruce 187 Hickman, James 228 Hicks, Janet 75, 202 Hicks, Mike 65, 228 Hicks, Sharon 74 Higgonbatham, Ellen 202 Highfill, Janice 75, 228 Hight, Danny 202 Mildebrand, Alnita 202 9 Hill, cindy 91,202 Hisle, Hillen Debbie 202 ,Mike 101, 228 Hillen, Pat 101, 202 Hines, Hinks, Hisle, Hobar David 93 Ricky 64, es, 183 Sandra 81,108, 202 t, Dana 70, 202 Hobick, Mike 121, 126, 127, 141, 183 Hodges, Earlene 183 Hodges, Tari109, 202 Hogge, Michael 228 Hoke, Hoke, Darlene 202 Daryl 202 Holden, Richard 183 Holloman, Hope 64, 68, 90 228 Holland, Gary 94, 101, 228 Hollicl Hollig ay, Cynthia 91, 183 er, Carol 74, 202 Holman, Loyd 202 Holman, Gary 202 Holmes, Kathryn 202 Holmes, Larry 71, 72, 73 142, 143,228 Holmes, Walter 183 Holt, Lou Ann 90, 202 Home Economics 58, 59 Homan, Billy 183 Hoover, Sue 41, 91, 228 Hoover, Sharon 110, 228 Hopkins, Bob 228 Horne, Larry 183 Horne, Margaret 202 Horton, Mary Jo 203 Hoss, Mary Anne 38, 68, 82 85, 228 Hoss, Linda 68, 70, 72, 82 203 Hostetler, Chester 117, 183 Howard, Les 145, 183 Howen, Dan 203 Howes, Donald 38, 85, 114, 116, 228 Howes, Richard 117, 203 Howey, Bruce 203 Hoy, Harold 183 Huddleston, Richard 203 Hudson, Steve 183 Huff, Richard 203 - Huffakes, Harlen 229 Huffaker, Neil 183 Huffman, Pamela 183 Hughes, Gary 81 Hughes, Tim 229 Hughes, Wayne 183 Hulett, Chris 229 1-lull, Jeff183 Huntsucker, Donna 103, 108, 183 Hunter, Glenn 71, 72,183 Huntsucker, Clifford 94, 229 Hurt, Grey 80, 203 Hutchdson, Gayle 108, 203 Hyder, Denton 41, 229, 230 Hyder, Rick 203 Industrial Arts 54, 57 Interact 84 Irving, Elizabeth 183 Jackson, James 86,183 Jackson, Wesley 229 James, Beverly 91, 203 James, Robin 71, 203 Jennings, Douglas 94, 229 Jensen, Bruce 94, 229 Jensen, Martin 203 Jets 93 Joe, Pam 103, 203 Johann, Janet 183 Johnson, Barbara 85, 183 Johnson, Cindy 229 Johnson, David 183 Johnson, Douglas 183 Johnson, James 229 Johnson, Joseph 183 Johnson, Tim 142, 184 Jones, Dexter 141, 184 Jones, Gregg 65,126, 184 Jones, Jeff 131, 203 Jones, Mark 126, 184 Jones, Michael 229 Jones, Pam 71, 85,128, 229 Jones, Richard 81, 99, 184 Jones, Robert 229 Jones, Sheldon 42, 64, 148, 173, 229 Jones, Wayne 128 Jordan, Nora 85, 184 Jordan, Sandra 75, 203 Jorclison, Paul 203 Jowett, Ted 126, 184 Jowett, Tom 83, 85, 143, 203 Julian, Mike 203 Juliff, James 65, 90, 203 Junod, Steve 204 Journalism Department 42, 43 Juul, Donald 184 Karch, Kathy 103, 204 Kassen, Randy 43, 142, 143, 173, 229 Kauffman, Jim 120, 122, 230 Kaullen, Donna 204 Kavanaugh, Frank 94, 230 Keck, Robin 204 Keeling, Judy 109, 204 Keeran, Loretta 204 Kellerman, Robin 184 Kelley, Fred 230 Kelley, Alan 52, 120, 121, 123, 230 Kelley, Marsha 204 Kelley, Maureen 91, 184 Kelley, Mike 60, 204 Kelley, Sondra 230 Kelling, Judy 91 Kelly, Robert 85, 90, 116, 143, 204 Kelsay, Claudia 184 Kelsey, Jane 75, 204 Kemp, Richard 204 Kenan, Bill 184 Kendrick, Bron 184 Kenley, Stephen 81, 204 Kennedy, Robert 143, 230 Kent, Brenda 74, 184 Kent, Steven 204 Kepley, George 184 Kerns, Frank 100, 204 Keyton, Joann 42, 65, 80, 89, 108, 128, 230 Kiger, Glen 81, 184 Kimble, Loel116, 230 King, Danny 121, 122, 230 King, Fred 94, 230 King, Kathy 58, 65, 154, 158, 160, 221, 230 King, Linda 94, 230 Kennison, Karen 230 Kinyon, Cherie 184 Kinyon, Dennis 230 Kirk, Debbie 109, 204 Kisner, Jim 204 Kissling, Karla 64, 82, 85, 91, 204 lclick, James 204 Knight, Janice 204 Kroche, Joseph 204 Kolar, Karl 204 Kolas, Sherry 75, 108, 184 Koon, Karen 103, 230 Koury, Aleah 231 Koury, Greg 65, 144, 177, 184 Kramer, David 184 Kramer, Don 204 Krokstrom, Nancy 70, 95, 231 Kruger, Gary 204 Krueger, Leslie 83, 204 Kubach, Sue 71, 204 Kuhn, Cynthia 43, 108, 173, 231 Kuhn, Mike 184 Kuklenski, Barbara 184 Kuklenski, Mary 40, 108, 109, 185, 231 Kurtz, Melvin 184 LaBuzza, Nick 205 Laccarato, Francile 207 Lacey, Stephen 81, 184 Lafferty, Brenda 75, 205 Lafferty, Garry 126, 145,184 Lafferty, Larry 145, 184 Lamanns, Fred 184 Lambirth, Vicky 231 Lemendola, Gloria 184 Lamison, Ruth 68, 205 Landery, David 94, 231 Landon, Scott 126, 184 Lane, Ricky 184 Lane, Terry 94, 231 Langdon, Nicolette 71, 231 Lamphear, Charles 184 Larison, Cherese 89, 108, 205 Larsen, Debra 205 Larson, Bonnie 95, 231 Larson, Jeanne 34, 81, 205 Larson, Larry 205 LAS 88 Laster, LuAnn 75, 184 Latimer, Sue 40, 41, 108, 231 Latimer, Gloria 109, 205 Lanx, Pamela 205 Latey, Melinda 185 Lawson, Alfred 205 Lawson, james 94 Lawson, Lynda 205 Layden, Cathie 205 Layden, John 205 Layten, Shirley 75, 205 Leach, Mike 205 Leath, Danice 205 Lee, Barbara 205 Lee, David 94, 231 Leeper, Gary 53, 231 Leeper, Sharon 231 Lehnderm, Larry 205 Leibold, Gary 64, 205 Leibold, Marcia 98, 231 Leighton-Floyd, Jane 94, 231 Leighton-Floyd, Julie 94 Lemasters Pamela 75 185 Lemen Donna 70 205 Lesh Nancy41 108 231 Lettermen Club 104 Lewis Lewis Kathleen205 Linda 89 103 108 Lewis Linda 71 231 Lewis Lynette 205 Lewis Joann 74 205 Lewis Nancy 185 Lewis Wanda 80 98 231 Lierman Terry 122 145 231 Lightfoot Laurie 94 103 167 232 Lilleston Cynthia 68 90 232 Lindsey Debbie 205 Lindsey Donna 205 Lipowlcz Edmund 81 185 Literary Arts Seminar 104 Livingston Connie 205 Lobb Nancy 75 205 Locasclo Dom1n1c93 205 Lockhart Debb1e185 Logan Debra232 Logan James 53 205 Lomax Patricia 75 185 Long Kristina 89 185 Long Robert 90 232 Lotrldge Ann 41 108 158 163 165 232 Lotridge Jayne 205 Loving Lecia 206 Lowe Brian 232 Lukrofka Cynthia 80 232 Luna C1ndy205 Luna Gary 94 232 Lundquist Robert 232 Lynn Patricia 65 68 205 Maddox Perry Jo 64 80 206 Maddux Carol 85 206 Maddy Debb1e41 70 233 Maggi Dave 64 as 100 206 Mahaffy Connie 71 85 233 Major Calvin 206 Malone M1ke233 Malott Mike 206 Manuel Evan 137 138 206 Markley Larry 94 233 Marquartlt John 206 Marr Debbie 91 109 Marshall Debb1e206 Martin Alma 89 185 Martin Alan 206 Martin Terry 102 103 185 Martinez, Mary 206 Martinez, Rita 89, 206 Mashburn, Danny 145, 185 Mastin, Judy 233 Math Department 48, 49 Mathews, Mike131, 136, 206 Maudlin, Paula 233 Mawhirter, Rick 93, 233 M ay, Rod 206 May, Sandra 109 Mayhugh, Lonna 83, 91, 206 McBroome, Kim 206 McCarter, Janet 89, 185 McCarter, Steve 206 McCarty, Douglas 206 McCarty, JoAnn 58, 75, 232 McComas, Charles 86, 185 McComas John 94 232 McConchie Ruth 98 185 McConnell Marcia 93 232 McCormack Bill 102 185 McCormack Janet 80 206 McCrary Doug 126 185 McCrary Reta 41 108 McCullough Greg 185 VIcDaniel Dennis 206 McDale Gayle 74 185 McDale Roberta 74 97 232 McDale Lynette 108 McDonald Elizabeth 206 McElwee Susan 85 185 McEntire Brenda 90 92 232 McGee Nancy 232 McGuire Mark 43 65 68 McK1e Patricia 206 McKinney Elizabeth 206 McLain Debbie 41 75 233 McLaughlin Ethel 206 McM1chael Carol 207 McM1ll1am Debra 108 McNamara Conn1e94 233 McPha1l Ronn1e71 94 McVay Laura 94 233 Meadors David 86 233 Meals Sam 64 207 Medhng Beverly 103 185 Mock, Robin 207 Moeheman, Kenneth 207 Moessner, Henriette 70, 108, 138,152,153,158 Moffet, Joyce 234 Monroe, Dixie 75, 186 Monralre, Kathleen 68, 95 97, 234 Moore, Debbie 207 Morman, Vickie 74,186 Morgan, Kevin 74 Morgan, Marilee 71, 72, 207 Morgan, Michael 234 Morgan, Sheena 65,186 Morris, Pam 92, 207 Morton, Kari 85, 92, 103, 207 Vlueller, Danny 93,117, 207 Mueller Corky 193 207 Mulloy Grant 207 Munsterman Lawrence 207 Murdock Doug 121 123 131 138 Murphy John 121 123 216 Myers Myers Myers Vlyers Myers Mylan Nagel Nagel Nagel Debbie 74 Janice 233 Jeff 207 Shelley 234 Susan 207 Wilma 207 Kerry 89 207 Kim 70 186 Lawrence 234 NAI-IS 83 NFL 81 NHS 78 Nance Carol 128 234 Nance Susann103 207 Narron Deborah 207 Narron Larry 207 Naughton Jan 186 Naughton John 234 Nead Kenny 186 Needham Chris 67 186 Neely Mark71 186 Neff John 65 186 Newell Danny 186 Medlmg Don 94 233 Melia Steven 185 Meloy Melette 81 90 109 Menaugh Bobby 207 Messick C1ndy97 103 233 Messick Den1se207 Meyers Curtis 94 233 Michaels Teresa 89 185 Milam Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Richard 207 Grey 85 207 Jonnie 233 Kenneth 207 Linda 207 Richard 54 234 Miller R1cky131 186 Miller Stuart 207 Miller Susan 74 186 Milleson Linda 159 M1ll1ke11 Judy 74 109 180 Milliken Steven 233 Miluskl Paul 148 161 226 Mizer David 115 116 204 Moch 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109 211 Shaw, Michael 238 Sheehy, Nan 238 Shelton, Janice 211 Shelton, 'Joyce 74, 85, 108, 188 Shelton, Judy 94, 238 v f Shemwell, Herbert 92, 188 Sherpy, Debbie 90, 238 Sherrell, Lowell 211 Shields, Melvin 65, 116, 211 Shineman, Johnny 188 Shipley, Barbara 188 Shoaf, David 94, 238 Shore, Kathy 41, 239 Short, Alan 145, 188 Shrode, Marci 85 Shrout, Howard 239 Shultz, Nancy 110, 211 Shultz, Robert 145 Shumaker, Wayne 117, 211 Shumock, Lydia 213 Sigloch, Debra 109, 211 Sigloch, Michael 188 Simmons, ,Pam 188 Simms, Pam 109. 211 Smith, Terry 189 Smittle, Robert 121, 126, 211 Snell, Lee 86, 240 Snell, Robert 240 Snowden, John 140, 141 Snowden, Jon 81, 189 Snyder, Sherall189 Snyder, Tani 211 Social Science Dept. 44, 45 Kim ss, si, 82,240 Soper, Sophomore Band 66, 67 Southwich, Ken 100, 211 Spain, Patricia 189 Spanish Club 89 Sparks , Carol 211 Sparks, David 94, 240 Sparks, Sheila 189 Sperry, Carol 85, 106, 149 240 Sportsman, Bobby 211 Spring Squire er, Steve 121, 212 s, James 189 Squires, William 94, 240 Srader, David 94, 240 Stafford, Lynette 212 Staley, Gretchen 43, 108, 240 Staley, Phillip 117,212 Stanborn, Diane 189 Stanley, Barbara 240 Stave, Rick 94 Staves, Dennis 120, 123, 212 Stearns, Randall 64, 189 Steffens, Lana 109, 212 Steffens, Mike 189 Stephens, janet 74, 189 Stepp, Sheryl 189 Stevens, Donna 189 Stevens, Edwin 189 Stevenson, Gregg 65, 212 Stevenson, Lana 109, 189 Stewart, Ruth 212 Stice, Victoria 212 Stiegler, April 189 Stone Brenda 98 240 Stone Richard 240 Stone Terry212 Stoneman james 94 240 Storms David 240 Story Robert 212 Stowell Dennis 240 Streeter Steven 90 93 Stricker Sanford 240 Stringberg Steve 189 Strode Marcia 212 Stwart Deborah 212 Student Council 148-151 Sturdevant Karen 74 97 189 Sullivan Lewis 189 Summers Michael 117 212 Sutherland jack 212 Swarm Truett 212 Swift james 240 Swimming 142 145 Swinney Danny 94 Talbot Norman 64 89 117 9 Tatom jack 189 Taylor Carol 95 240 Taylor Donald 212 Taylor Kathy 85 108 189 Taylor Maureen 75 212 Temple 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