Turner High School - Turnerite Yearbook (Kansas City, KS)

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JONES Director 4 A D M I N I S T R I A T I O N MR, WALTER J, BROWN, SR Treasurer 5 FACULTY Bq daq theq teach and quide and tnain MYRTLE BURNS ROBERT WILKINS English Vice -Principal GENE STRANDBERG Printing BESS HOPLAND English 8: Speech JOE BAKER LEO SELBERG Phys, Ed. 84 Hygiene Science MARGARET LEATHERBERRY English 86 Language R E the Q ORVILLE JOHNSON History enlanqmq teenaqe bnam F'D' MOON DORIS WILSON En lish English, Drama, Journalism 6 3 ERDMAN JOHNSON Vocal Music HUBERT WAUGH Mathematics NANCY MARSHALL Commerce Expoundinq bacta tcleaa, vie wa KENNETH SY RING Industrial Arts SHIRLEY COFFIN Mathematics LET HA FAWKES Home Economics RODNEY ENOS a Q Social Science in jeana and aaddle ahoea MA RY SCOTT Mathematics BURLEY MARTIN Science ELOISE FA UL Commerce Uolenance, patience and HELEN PRICE Phys, Ed, 8a Hygiene nefwea ateel . HORTON BOLIN CAROLYN MADAUS Home Economics DALE SEACAT Commerce if Industrial Arts IONA CARMIC HAEL Clerk KEITHA PETERSON wide? GEN E BELL Guidance Librarian E Quiet . R'LEIGH BELL de Industrial Arts to a cultunal cdea 11 X JAMES NEIHART WAYNE ASHBY Insu-umemal 3 Industrial Arts Hlwaqa awane that the end ob the daq ELLEN LINDBURG RUTH STROME English Clerk 4 WILLIA M MITC HELL Industrial Arts CAROLYN SNUFFER English ii , Q x GLEN HOWERTON R.D. WEATHER5 An Industrial Arts DONETA ROBERTSON Home Economics .ik 0 '?"""W" 1" li I B ' , r PHILLIP BAINER . Science I fzeponta and P. 'J WILLIAM CLAFLIN KARL GROSSARTH Science 9 Social Science ,VJ . ,x im.:-QWWQ' . ni, 1'vL N H '-fA11 5 -'1f x 'f5Q,,,,5,.p.,.4 MF ,NV . X,f,W,.fQ.m, 1.. N. I MA RIORIE DODSON School Nurse M 73 .w""' V ,,u?' sf , ""N- . 4, kk x 1 ,. M 'lx ' - f , R "S K " , Na. 'Mu x p .. K A f QQ: 5 if rs R 'I Z A Xu P of SENIORS President DONNA JONES Choirl,2,3gBand 1gThes- plan Society 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4g Dramatics 1, 2,3, Officer 2gJunior Playg Senior Play: Thespian Play 1,25 Ol'1C'ACI Play lg Exchange Play 1gPepC1ub 1,2,3,4g Y-Teens l,2,3g Student Council 3,45 Homeroom Officer 1,2, Booster Staff 4g Girls State 3. LINDA ALLEN Washington High 1.2, 3. SHARON AMOS Glee Club l,2,3,4g Pep Club 4: Bible Club 1,2,3,4. Vice-President DARRELL ANDERSON Glee Club 4g Band 1,2,3 4, Swing Band 1,2,3gBas- ketball 1,2,3g Football lg Track l,2g Student Coun- cil 1,24 Class Officer 1,2, 4g Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3.4. Secretary CARON HILL Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Y- Teens 2,3,4g Student Council '2,3g G.A,A, 2, 3,4, Officer 4. ww.. ,P aiu S-H5 I Treasurer JERRY SHAW Band 1,2,3,4g Swing Band 1,2,3,4g T-Club lg Foot- ball Sg Trac k lg Booster Staff 4. BONNIE ASBELL Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Junior Playg Pep Club 3,4g Y -Teens 3,4g Homeroom Officer 1, ROBERTA BAIN Glee C lub 1,2,3,4g Bible Club 1,2,3,4g Y-Teens 3g Booster staff 4, Senior Play. JACK L. BAKER Stilwell High lg Bible Club 2: Hi-Y 2: T- Club 3,4, Officer 4g Basketball 2,3g Foot- ball 2,3,4g Track 2, 3g Student Council 4, Officer 4, Class Offi- cer 351-Iomeroom Officer 2, 3. LORENA BEASLEY Glee Club lg Band 1, 23 Swing Band 1,2g Thespian Society 3,45 Junior Play: Senior Play, Exchange Play 35 French Club 3. JOYCE BIAS Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Bible Club 1gY-Teens 1,2,3,4, Officer 43 Homeroom Officer 3g Drum Corp 1gG,A,A, 1,2, Officer 1, M. KATHRYN BITIKOFER Glee Club 1,2,4g Bible Club 3,4, Offi- cer 4g Homeroom Off- icer 4. - XM' iii 'FM' K af' ' 'Q flg t BOB BLYTHE Band l,2,3,4g Swing Band 1,2,3g Hi-Y 2. FLETCHER H. BRAY Thespian Society 3.4, Officer 4, Junior Playp Senior Playg Bible C lub 3: T-Club 3: Football 2,3g Student Council 2: Homeroom Officer 3,4g French Club 3,4, Officer 4, Boys State 3. BARBARA BREEDLOVE Argentine High l,2. BYRON BRIDGES RICHARD BROWN Glee Club 1,2,3g Track 2. SANDY BROWN Glee Club l,2,3,4g PepC1ub 1,2,3,4g Bible Club 1,25 Y- Teens 1,2,3,4g Homeroom Officer 1gG.A,A, 2. MAURICE A. BUCKLEY Senior Play a Track 1, Booster S ta ff 4. CAROL BURRIS Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Junior Play 3, Sen- ior Play, Pep Club 4g Bible Club lg Y- Teens l,2,3,4g Homeroom Officer 1,25 G.A.A. 2,3,4. DENIS CALLAGHAN Band 1,2,3,4gSwing Band 2,3-g T-Club 3,4g Footba111,2,3, 4, Chess Club 2,3. BRENDA CANSLER Glee Club 4, Bible Club 1,2,3gY-Teens 4. LU ANNE CARROLL Glee Club l,2,3,4g Band lg Senior Play, Pep Club 2,3,4g Y- Teens l,4g Home- room Officer 4, Boo- ster Staff 4, Turner- ite Staff 4. CAROL CHAMBERS Fremont High 1, 2, 3, Senior Play. MELVA CHASE Glee Club lg Choir 2.3.4, Junior Play: Senior Play, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Officer 45 Homeroom O ffic er 1.2.3, Booster Staff 4g Turnerite Staff 4. MEL CLARK Lawrence High 1,2, 35 Senior Play. RONNIE COATS CHARLES COLBY Glee Club 1, Boo- ster Staff 4. 255-rw I DONNA CONNER Bible Club 2,3,4, JIM CRETEN De La Salle 1,2g Football 4, Student Council 4: Home - room Officer 4. LEON WAYNE CRETEN Basketball 1,2g Track 1,2,3. SANDRA CROWLEY Glee Club lg Choir 2.3,4g Ensemble 35 Band l,2, Officer 2, Swing Band 1,2g Girls' tate 3gThes- pian Society 3,4g Junior Flag: Senior Play, Pep lub 2.3, 4, Officer3gCheer- leader 2,3,4g Bible Club l,2g Y-Teens 1,2.3,4, Officer 2, 3 ,4g Student Council l,4, Officer 3gCla55 Officer 3, Home- room Officer lg Boo- ster Staff 4, Tur- nerite Staff 4, Homecoming At- tendant 3,4g PepClub Queen 3, G.A,A. 2.3, Officer 2,3. DORAH DARNELL Senior Playg Bible Club 3. DONNA DeCAIGNY Glee Club l,2,3,45 PepC1ub l,2,3,45 Y-Teens 45 Home- room Officer 15 G. A,A, 2, LESTER DENT choir 2,35 Junior P1ay5 Senior Play5 Homeroom Officer 4. GAIL DICKINSON Glce Club l,2,3,45 :Senior P1ay5 Pep Club 25 Bible Club 1gY-TEENS 35 G.A, A. 2. MARCIA DODD Glee Club l,2,35 Choir 45 Senior Play, Pep Club 1,25 Y- Teens l,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer l,2,4:G.A,A, 2,3, 45 French Club 4, Officer 4. CAROLYN DOTSON Glee Club 2,3,45Y- Teens 2,3,4. LARRY DUDLEY Glee Club 35T-Club 45 Basketball lg Football 1 , 2 , 3 , 45 Track 15 Student Council 35 Home- room Officer l,2,4. DONNA SUE DYE Marshall High 1,25 Choir 3, 45 Ensemble 35 Pep club 35 Bible Club 3,45 Y- Teens 45 Home-:room Officer 4. GEORGIA EADS Glee Club l,2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Y- Teens 45 Homeroom Officer 35 G.A,A, 2. EDWARD EDGMON Basketball 1 , 2 , 3 . RUSS ELAM Basketball 1, 2. DANNIE ELLERMAN Band 2, 35 Swing Band 2,35 Basketball 1,25Track1,25 Stu- dent Council 1,45 Homeroom Officer 1.2.35 Chess Club 3, Officer 35 Sci- ence Club 4. A6 ,Qs if fi? Q6 .fl B- ,, ...ff K -vw., -1 ELEANOR FAGAN Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,35 Y- Teens 1. JOYCE FAGAN Glee Club 1,25 Choir 3,45 Junior Play5 Senior Playg Pep Club 3,45 Y- Teens 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 3,4: G.A,A, 2,3,4. RONNIE FAGAN Glee Club 25 T- Club 35 Basketball 1,35 Football 15 Track 2 , 35 Home- room Officer 1.2.3, 4. MARY ANN FIENE GleeClub 2,35Y- Teens 2 , 35 Home- room Officer 3,45 Booster Staff 45 Turnerite Staff 4. CLAUDIA FRIBERG Glee Club 1g Choir 2,3,4g Ensemble 3g Thespian Society 4, Officer 4g Junior Playg Pep Club lg Bible Club 1, 2,3,4, Officer 1 , 2 , 3g Y- Teens 2,3,4g Home- room Officer 2, 3,4g Drill Team 4g G,A, A. 2g NursesC1ub4, Officer 4. BEVERLY GERBER Glee Club lg Choir 2,3,4g Senior Playg Pep C lub 3,4g Y- Teens l,2,3,4g Booster Staff 4. ROBERT W. GERSTER Bible Club lg Hi -Y 3,4g Track lg Home- room Officer 3g Boo- ster Staff 4. EARL GILKISON T-Club 4g Football 4g Track 3.4. DAVID GREEN Bishop Hogan lg Homeroom Officer 2,3. BRUCE GREER Band 1,2,3,4g Swing Band 2,3,4g Hi-Y 2, 3,4g Bas- ketball lg Football 1,3g Track 1,2. EVA MAE HAFNER Bald Knob, Arkansas lg Glee Club 2,3,4g Senior Play. DELBERT HALE Newton High lg Thespian Society 3, 4g Junior Playg Sen- ior Playg H1-Y z,3, 4g T-Club 3,4g Golf 3, 4g Homeroom Off- icer 3g Booster Staff 4g Science Club 3,4, Officer 4. JERRY HALL Band 3 , 4, Swing Band 3, Senior Play, T-Club 3.4, Offi- cer, Basketball 1.2, 3, Football 1 , 3 , 4, T r a c k 3, Student Council 2, Home- room Officer 1. JOY HALLISEY Olathe High 1,G1ee Club 1 , 3, French Club 3. DIXIE LORRAINE HANEY Glee Club 2,4, Band 1,2, Bible Club 1, 2,3,4, Y-Teens 1, Nurses Club 4. LARRY HANSEN Basketball 1 , 2 , 3, Student Council 3, Homeroom O ffi cer 1, 2.4, Science Club 4, Boy's State 3. RUTH ANN HART Glee Club 3, 4, Bible Club 1,2,3,4, Ma- Jorette 1,2, MARILYN HOOK Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Bible Club 2, Y- Teens 1,2,3,4, G. A.A. 2,3,4, Offi- cer 3. RUTH HUFFORD Glee Club l,2,4, PepC1ub 3, Bible Club 1.2, Y-Teens 1.2.3. LINDA KAY HUNSUCKER Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Junior Play, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Y- Teens l,2,3,4, Homeroom Officer 4, Majorette 1,2,3, 4, Drill Team 4. MARGIE HUNSUCKER Bible Club 25 B00- ster staff 4. JEAN HURST Glee Club l,2,3g Y-Teens lg Home- room Officer 4, Booster Staff 4. RUTH HUTCHINS Glee Club lg Choir 2,3g Thespian So- ciety 2,3,4, Officer 2,35 Thespian Play l,2g One-Act Play 1 , 2 , 3, Exchange Play 1,2g Pep Club l,2,3g Y-Teens 1, 2,35 Ho meroom Off- icer 3g Booster Staff 49 Turnerite Staff4. JOHN CARL JACOB Senior Play, T-Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Football 1 , 2 , 3 , 4g Student Council 4. CHARLES JOHNSON Glee Club 1,2,3p Choir 4, Hi-Y 1,2, 3.4. JACKIE JOHNSON Glee Club lg Choir 2,3g Ensemble 2.3, Band lp Pep Club 2g Bible Club 1,2: Y- Teens l,2,3,4g Homeroom Officer l,2,3,4. GAILIONES Glee Club l,2g Pep Club 2,3,4: Y- Teens l,2,3,4g Homeroom Officer 2,3. JOYCE JONES Senior Playg Bible Club 1,2,3,4g Y- Teens 1,2,3,4. JUDY JONES Glee Club l,2,3,4g Senior Play, Pep Club l,2,3,4, Y- Teens l,2,3,4g Homeroom Officer 4: Booster Staff 4, Tumerite Staff 4. MARY K. KENT Glee Club l,2,3,4g Junior Play, Pep Club 1 , 2 , 3 .43 Y-Teens 1 , 2 , 3g Homeroom Officer 2,3,4g Ma- jorette 2,3,4p G.A. A. 2, Senior Play. SHIRLEY KJRCH Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Pep Club l,2,3,4g Bible Club 4, Y- Teens 2,3,4gHome- room Officer 4g Nurses Club 4, Off- icer 4. JOAN KUYKENDALL Glee Club 1,2,3g Choir 4g Senior Play: Y-Teens 2, 3,43 G.A,A. 2,3,4. 7' 49 was RETA LEE Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Pep Club l,2,3g Y- Teens 1,2,3,4g Homeroom Officer 4, Nurses Club 4. EDDIE I. LEONARD Band l , 2, Swing Band 2. GERALDEAN LESSEG Glee Club 1,2,3,4p Junior Play, Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Bible Club 1gY-Teens 1, 2,3 ,4g Student Coun- cil 1gHomero0m Officer 3, Booster Staff 4g Drill Team 4. SHIRLEY JEAN LESSEG Glee Club l,2,3,4g Senior Play: Pep Club l,2,3,4g Bible Club lg Y-Teens 1, 2,3,4g Dri1lTeam 4. KATHRYN LONG Argentine High 1, 2,35 Bible Club 4, Senior Play. SANDRA LUSBY Glee Club 1,2g Choir 3,-1, Senior Play. DONNA MCBRIDE Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Y-Teens 1 , 2 , 3.4, Student Council 4: G,A,A. 2,3. JIM McDANIEL Central Kitsap High 1, Senior Play. JUDY MCGREGOR Glee Club 1,2,3g Choir 4, Pep Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 1,3,4g French Club 4. BOB MALAY Band 1,25 Hi-Y 1, 2,4, Officer 23 Foot- ball 1,3. MELVIN MARTIN Basketball lg Boo- ster Staff 4. RICHARD MAXWELL Glee Club 1 , 2,3g Choir 45 Bible Club 1,2,3,4gFootba1l1g Track. BARBARA MEAD Glee Club 15 Choir 2,3,45 Senior P1ay5 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Bible Club 25 Y- Teens 2, 3,45 Home- room Officer 2,35 G.A.A. 2. IUDIE MESSMER Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Senior Play5 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Off- icer 45 Bible Club 1,25 Y-Teens 1.2, 3,45 Student Coun- cil 2.4, Officer 45 Homeroom Officer 1,3,45 Booster Staff 45 Turnerite Staff 45 G,A,A, 2. CAROLYN MILLER Glee Club 1,25 Pep Club 2,35 Y-Teens 2 , 3 , 45 Homeroom Officer 2 , 45 G.A, A. 2,3,4, 0fficer4. PAT MILLER Glee Club 2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 1,2 ,3 ,45 Booster Staff 45 Turnerite Staff 4. CARL MOLLETT nnrbf sou 3.4. VERNON D. MOORE Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Bible Club 15 Hi-Y 4. ALLEN MORGAN Band 1,25 Swing Band 251'-C1ub2,3, 45 Basketball 1,2,3, 45 Football 3,45 Golf 1,2,3. DARLENE NORTON Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Y -Teens 1 , 2,45 Drill Team 45 G.A. A. 2,3,4. RICHARD O'NEILL Glee Club 1 , 2, Choir 3 , 4g Ensemble 3g Junior Play, Sen- ior Play: Hi-Y 4. JERRY PACK Senior Playg Hi-Y 1,2,3,4gT-Club 2 , 3 , 4 , Officer 43 Basketball 1,2g Football 1 , 2 , 3 ,4g Track1,2,3,4gStu- dent Council 2, Homeroom Officer 3,4p Chess Club 3g Science Club 4. MICHAEL PACK LARRY PEARSON HOWARD PETREY Hi-Y 1,45 Football 1. SHIRLEY PIKE West Ir. High 1gJun- ior Playg Senior Playg Pep Club 2,3, 4, Officer 4gCheer- leader 2,3,4, Bible Club 2,3, Officer 2,3g Student Coun- cil 4, Officer 45 Homeroom Officer 2 , 31 Homecoming Attendant 2g Home- coming Queen 4, G.A,A, 2. FRANK POTVIN Senior Play: Football 3 , 4 . SUSIE QUALLS Cokgio Cesaris Motta fBrazilJ 1.2, Glee Club 3g Choir 45 Thespian Society 3,4gJunior Play: Senior Play, Contest Play, Pep Club 3,4g Bible Club 3,4, Off- icer 4g Student Council 3, Home - room Officer 4g Boo- ster Staff 4, Turner- ite Staff 4g Nurses Club 4, Officer. FLORENC E RA MOS ROSALIE RAMOS Glee Club 1, 25 Bible Club 1. JUDY REECE Glee Club 1,25 Sen- ior P1ay5 Y-Teens 3. SHARON ROCKWELL Glee Club 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,35 Bible Club 1,25 Y-Teens 1,2,3. V,- 1P""' 3 BUD ROUDEBUSH T-Club 45 Track 1, 2,3,45 Student Coun- cil 1 , 3,45 Home- room Officer 1,2,3, 4. PAUL ROUTH, JR, Glee Club 1,45 Hi- Y 1,2,35 T-Club 2, 3,45 Basketball 1,2, 3 , 45 FOOIb811 1,45 Track l,2,3,45 Student Council 15 Class Officer 35 Homeroom Officer 1,45 ChessClub2,3. LE ROY SEELEY Booster Staff 4, SHIRLEY SINNETT Glee Club 15 Choir 2,3,45 Thespian So- ciety 3 , 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play5 One-Act Play 35Pep Club 2,3,45 Cheer- leader 2, 3,45 Y- Teens 25 Student Council 45 Ho me - room Officer 2,35 G,A,A, 2. JUDITH ANN SMITH Chandler High. Ari- zona 1 , 2 , 35 Choir 25 Senior Play. IoANN.SMITHEY mme cmb 1. ROSALIE DIANNE SPINDLER Glee Club 1,25 Pho- tography Club 2,3. GWENDA ELLIS STAMBAUGH Argentine High 15 Glee Club 25 Choir 3,45 Ensemble 3,45 Dramatics Club 25 Thesplan Play 25 One-Act Play 45 Bible Club 2.3: Y- Teens 2,35 Home- room Officer 45 Drum Corp 2. MARVIN L. STATES ANNE STRAUS Tucson High , Ari- zona 1QJL1l'1IOl' P1ay5 Senior P1ay5 One- Acr Play 35 Booster Staff 45 French Club 3,4. BOB SULLIVAN Boys' State 35 Glee Club lg Junior P1ay5 senior P1ay5 Hi-Y 2, 35 Homeroom Offi- cer 35 Booster Staff 3,45 Turnerite staff 3,45 Chess Club 35 Science Club 3,4, Officer 3,4. JOHNNY TANNER Glee Club 1,25 Homeroom Officer 2,3. ANITA SAPPINGTON THOMAS Argentine 1, 23 Bible Club 3.4. WANDA THOMPSON Glee Club 1, 25 Choir 3,4g Junior Play 33 Senior Playg Pep Club 1,2g Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Officer 2, 3, 4gHome1'oom Off- icer 2,3,4. .TOI-IN S. TRICKETT III ROGER TRIPP Band 1,2,3,4gswmg Band 1,2,3,4g Hi-Y 2 , 3g Basketball 2g Football lg Track 3g Photography Club 2, 3g Senior Play. BARBARA TUSH Glee Club 1,2,3g Senior Playg Pep Club 1,2g Y-Teens 1,2,3,4g Home- room Officer 1,2,3g Majorette 1,2,3,4g Drill Team 3,4p G,A,A. 2. ION W. VAN NATTA Exchange Play 4. TONY VOTH Worthington Hi g h Ohio 4g Ba nd 1,2 Swing Band 2g Sen- ior Play: Hi-Y 2,3 45 Basketball 1 , 2 Track 1, 2,34 Home- room Officer 1,2,3 4: Science Club 3 4. ROBERT L, WATKINS French Club 2. JUDY WENTWORTH Glee Club 1,2,35 PepClub 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 1 , 2 , 3 ,45 Student Council 45 Homeroom Officer l,2,35 G.A.A. 2,3, 4 , Officer 2, 3, EUGENE WILLMON Glee Club 45 Bas- ketball 2. PHILLIP WILSON ward High 1,25 Homeroom Officer 3. VIOLA WINEGAR Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Band 45 Pep Club 2, 3,45Y-Teens2,3,45 Majorette 2,3,45 G.A,A, 2. JERRY WOODWARD Glee Club 1, 25Choir 35 Ensemble 35 Band 15 Student Council 1, 25 Homeroom Off- lcer 25 Senior Play. MARY ALICE WORTHINGTON Glee Club 15 Choir 2,3,45 Ensemble 35 Band 1,25 Swing Band 1,25 Thespian Society 2,3,4, Off- icer 45 Dramatics Club 1,25 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Thespian Play 1,25 Exchange Play 15 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Offi- cer 45 Cheerleader 1 , 2 , 3 ,45 Y-Teens 3, 4 , Officer 45 Homeroom Officer 3.4. BECKY WRIGHT Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 4. SUSAN ZWEIMILLER Glee Club 15 Choir 2,3,45 Ensemble 3, 45 Senior Play5 Pep Club 15 Y-Teens 1, 2 , 3 , 4 , Officer 45 Homeroom Officer 1 , 2 ,3,45 Booster Staff 45 Tumerite Staff 45 G.A,A. 2, 3,4, Officer 3,45 French Club 3. fr mx XX was fiiix N x 5 If E ,..',41:1u"' 2 X . X a X 2 'S mn? f -. Fw 9 Z, 4- 1491 she A .5 MW. - Y 1" -NSW F X45 52:54 mf L . H Xgiigi Zi ' . 4 4 U 5 'a f if h E 3 ' R k': A J! 5 ,fe 5232? ' Sr 1 Q M 2 ,555 N M3 if 5 'E Q' A nf- W aww ' hm. JUNIORS 22' mga -gpg.: it Rf' PRESIDENT, Kenneth Ogle SECRETARY-TREA SURER, Marsha Campbell Guy Adams J - Gloria Aldridge Y J Mary Alexander 3 ld A A -A Durward Belt :,, Joyce Berg 'RZ' ' :IV i izii Danny Bird- J A James Andrews Manuel Armenta ., slvn' E Jerry Asbell Q '-., -A',' ' -Q.-e ' Norman Blackburn Steve Blasche Herbert Bly A Margaret Asplund A Gene Atkinson 'f Billie Bain .,:, . 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' -- f I Q 455. ,Q K si P if -.1 t it Z SRM it 'EJ Juanita King Charles Kirch Anna Knight Judy Phelan Larry Pointelin Aileen Popplewell Judith Knowles Nancy Landers Judy Lavin Lorene Ray Helen Reagan Keith Riley Richard Leaton Ronald Lindsay Amella Lindsey Sharon Ring Da vid Robertson Kathy Rock Dorothy Lindstrom Linda Long Diana Magill Harold Rogers Charles Runions Pat Schmidt Wynne Mason Bi 1 McCane Jim McCurry Tom Schraml Tom Selby Darrell Shelton John McFarland Jeanne Milles Janice Moody Janet Shockey Jim Shoema ke Bertha Skaggs Sandra Monger Mark Morehouse Rona ld Morrison Richard Sparks Carolyn Smith Clifford Smith Rona ld Nicholson Daryl Northcott Curtis Nutt JoAnn Smith Larry Smith John Smotherman Kenneth Ogle Barbara Paine Shirley Peck Sherman Sta ffer Elda Staley Larry Step ens 34 l l ws. t if 'ht' wr' E lr im J S J! ,Q Mi K ,. P J 5 J ' 335321 ABE' l J y M , ..,.. K9 ,- ,f M ,4-,,.. iii- -i ,.,,. sm G N10 at me , we .311 , ogg, MF Q aww?" 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BOTTOM ROW: Myra Anderson, Alice Mcl-lenry. 35 Cameua Shq Studenta These students were absent the day ident- ification pictures were taken. FIRST ROW: Ronnie Cain, Dick Enlow, Richard Mont- gomery, Ray Coleman. SECOND ROW: Alice McHenry, Rosemary Bowen, Beverly Rank, Judy Reece, Judy Cooke, Myra Anderson. P' nw Q, vw 4 ,,,,.vz x I af' QE .I IHA P, ii-W , R X N , R yr hifi , J My 2 .. d ,af 4, iff, f J' VW: HW R ss I it 5 is Nap., :QQ SOPHOMORES J H? fi' M. .4 PRESIDENT, Terry Burke VICE-PRESIDENT, Jimmy Harrison SECRETARY -TREASURER Karan Heustis -iw 1 -ft-1 - . . W 9 rrr im. gg: f 'lm' . M, 1 T for if if we s -S45 X sssw, .. at 5 r f A ffm ti ,nfaarz-::' . if' 'IM Q m K M! .E . George Acton Freda Addison Carolyn Allen Jerry Allen Janet Alvey Nancy Billings Glen Bitikofer Barbara Bollinger Mary Bosler John Breedlove C ecila Archa mbeault Bette Atkinson Jim A tkinson Judy Bachman Frank Bartlett Fred Bartlett Mike Baxter Russell Baxter Phyllis Bea ty Elmer Beery Joyce Beery Jim Bell JoAnn Brewer Bob Brown Larry Burch Terry Burke Robert Caldwell Matias Campos Jim Cansler Norman Carr Billy Carroll Phillip Carter Bill Carver Merlene Cesar 38 at if UI S if rw wwf! , R5 ivy? it . ggi. 'rss , . -. , K 'Qt ng : in 'Wigs fy Z, ,. ,K f wi T i Mt also we 'DF tm i 6 Rf' 'Fx' Hp I H V ,.f5'f5" " "' if , M is Y A ."m..t Q. .1 his , F s 3,3 . , 5 . C 'X QF 4 R Q N J' n . Q 1 Q X - .1 1- a s IFF ri P-.af 'L i K sr s -sm w ln P' J f y d A Y LI L fi! Walter Chandler Barbara Coats Janet Colby Janet Feisley Marilyn Cole J.M. Condron Harold Connell Phylles Connell James Crainshaw Ronald Crane Robert Crowley Neva Dale I ohn Da vis Sharon Davis Charles Dean Wayne Drake John Dudley Richard Ferrin Mike Gamble Melvin Gargus Linda Gerber Harry Gerster Harry Graham Jim Griffin Marilyn Groves Joan Hafner David Hager Pat Hampton Leroy Hand Larry Hanna Ronnie Hansen Virginia Durmyer Marvin Durrill Dorothy Dyster Wanda Eastland Jean Edgmon Sharon Elliot Geneva Enright Marilyn Everhart Charlotte Evans Kay Falconer Carol Farr Vicki Harkness Melinda Harris Richard Harris Bruce Harrison Jimmy Harrison Caroline Hart Carroll Harvill Connie Hayes Bill Heinekin Janice Heitman Karen Heustis Barbara Higgins 39 1 .g L an is is ,K x x if ri 9 , M u nz W -W I M g A I E . j, as In J in rifle-vi iw bfi! 4 X , ef hx A if lil ,. 4' K I "" 'W N, . , . ,tl I R. X. I .5 :g:: - L 1 N ,'-:L. .s ,....,-' H :1f xg 33 f J ' sis-E QQQ' 4 M " I K .X,1"f 3 1' K s ', , P I :" 1 Y J ., 'su ' 5' as , W ..., s, KJ r.. 'inns swyqf' K ,Y 1 YR U s, - - ' W , KU V S' t . sg, r 'H Audrey Hinkhouse Maxine Hodge Judy Holmes Mary McClury Dianne McGuire Jonetta Madison Mary Holt Larry Hopkins Mar ene Houghton Jackie Mansell Harold Matney Mary Jane Maybell Margaret Hunter Doris Husky Sandy lngold Leo Mertz Richard Messinger Ronald Messinger Charlotte Innes Calvin Jack Nancy Jenkins Richard Miller Pat Moody John Moore Bob Kane Tom Kane Charles Kelley Teresa Morrow Rita Muro Carol Nealey Kay Klauser Sharon Lawson Sammie Leaton Pat Nickles Sandra Norman Marvin Oestmann Gene Lee Gerry Lindstrom Susan Littlefield Joy Oldham Charles O'Nei1 Charlie Orcutt Charles Long Jer Long Kazhy Lowder Donald Pack Bruce Parker Judy Patrick Helen Lunday David Lynch Bruce McClellan Judy Pearson Dona ld Pendergrass , 56125 ,JW . MW L WX x s 5 . . - tm, Y, f L . , k h L Aqzu his if 'W v lv A y y R . if W . 1-:R ! 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Q a Qs 3 as 3 J 3' rt W' N L at IM' Bob Ponder Gary Prather Larry Price Harry Procter Rudy Ramos Deloris Ray Chris Reekie Linda Reitz jerry Reygaert Sharon Stevenson Sylvia Stevenson Lana Stewart Jo Anna Sutton Robert Swartzendrnber Saundra Tavis Bill Taylor Gayle Taylor Herbert Taylor Norma Richardson Sylvia Rockwell Kathryn Rockwood John Rook Donna Russell Roy Schierbaum Julia Scott Mary Scott Bina Self Virginia Seller james Showalter Mildred Sipley Opal Skaggs Margaret Smith Judy Stark Ann Stephens Iudy Stevens Robert Stevens Charles Thomas Linda Tiderman Bertha Tinsley Ronnie Tinsley Shirley Tomlinson Carol Trickett Enid Trowbridge Marie Ussery Janice Vanl-look Da vid Walker Douglas Weathers Janice Wilkie Sharon Williams Janice Wood Lela Worthington Doris Wright Floyd Yeager Jean Zimmerman 41 S-:ur A 'Qi ,Q-of , -ff? "Qi Q' QTL, K C Q Q, h P , f 1 .vu L iw, P M W g -i n , 1-if x 5 1 so Q T P' 'Q r J M gf - if-fi Q, 8 ,g in C31 5 5.1 5 wp, 3 N X. 'Y Q A H1 QW .W X , 1.4 V 'X Q? A 40 ,A ,M " 5,1 .. sg-R. Q ,Wy . ,fy x-Q ,...J-'los 1 I ,, i. , A ...f 1., QV? 'f ffeswwfu- .1 f -i qw:- f:1 - 2 M-152, 1 S y f V ffm . ., 'EEN- M? .Q ff W' -,415 ,V A Mm . 'J A 4 ., R. iw ' ,Q 4 mv g I me 314 .. "f -fl ,Q J ........,L 21" M , A wx Y ,y aqgfgim Q ,E ..,. Q3 x f .. ik w f - K' u. N x W m ei we P' W W W W wk-il vt wouv. opu:-l uvu-xo ZZZ NIH Linda Adkins M M .af 'ff Q. I v - ' QT 1 'lily M ,Wins -px Nc we ff m ilf FT! ,Mai C.. ig M we as! ' Ronnie Allison Joel Anders 'Doris Armenta Raymond Bousman Clyde Brallier Jeanne Brawner David Asbill Sharon Atterbury Joan Bachman Billy Bremenkamp Wayne Bridges Evelyn Brimm Bill Bailey Georgia Baker Judy Banko Larry Brooks Bill Brown Saundra Brus Richard Barlow Lewis Bethard Billy Bise Vernon Burch Frank Burris Patricia Burris Ronald Blackburn Kay Blackledge Robert Bly Leroy Busch Jan Buschhusen Lola Campos 44 Linda Bond Steve Loc ke , VICE-PRESIDENT Veronica Cleaver, SECRETARY -TREASURE! Steve Staffer , PRESIDENT -'W B lr of X 'fd ' Al Ex ' , 7 y 'if x r, Z3 , , , 5 M A A ki it 4'l'2A ww J i f :tl g A ft , il gi il , S f, , , R ,, s 1 t A Q sf I ze' J F A ',.. 'M 1 t l C J B ,G 1 X-a s V I " ft . B 1 - f i ' :rw J o , A was . .', J i,5f'f ' t J gf Aix x Mi of Carl Cansler Larry Carey Frank Catania Bruce Ferrin Patsy Folsom Herb Force Veronica Cleaver Helen Cleveland Barbara Cooke Gwendolyn Franklin Joyce Franklin Judith Frazier Karen Cooper Jim Cox Lonnie Crainshaw Robert Fritz John Garrett Peggy Gibson Linda Czirr Ronnie Dana Jerry Dark Joyce Gillis Myron Gilmore Linda Goodrick Nancy Davenport Carole Davis LeRoy Davis Roger Green Sandra Gresham Frances Guthrie Vonnie Davis Judy Ditto Donna Dixon Jim Haag Mable Haag Bob Hall Karen Duckett Mary Duckett Bill Duckworth Judy Haney Chester Harris John Harris Sandy Edwards Judith Elkins Ronald Elliott Donald Hart Kenneth Hart Patricia Hart David Enloe Mary Erwin Gary Felt Linda Heitman Sue Hill Betty Hilton 45 my J J, 'hy 3 H wr, 5 K ' -. 3. k ,yr of QM H, :Fr ., q,,"i Z g f, ,...' My iff!" J. 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' Barbara Landrum Don Lane Richard Lavin Leonard Lawson Joe Leavey ,, Adgie Lee YL Steve Locke i 2 Carol Long , R -if ' Margaret Luce J A 1 Y Dorothy McCoy Tom McCurry f . 1 ' -ef., Sandra McDonald h sw Jim McGinnis 3 '--' W A J Connie Magee K ' "Q N N ' Veda Martin sy K -1- Janna Maxwell 3-,f David Meador - J . X to ii E R Ronald Meeker ,, Bill Michaels "" J Christine Micheels J ' .M , R - sv' Q 46 R YN K ' Karol Miller T James Monroe q ' X .f?,Q I . D S Susan Potvin o Q b o J Diana Pratt 4, E 1 . ., , . :yk I Larry Jack Mixer I D S John Moore "A' . 1 Marjorie Moore 2' as "" ..., Ronald Morgan X it A 1 1 S S Tom Quilty f 'K gi N r Q JoAnn Reed nav safe 5 . ., 1 ' Robert Riohard we I D J Ronnie Myers R' - g Jim Neal 1 b ' J Larry Neal ,..,, f ' " G3i1Rgdge1'5 Qi 1 A ."" . fr Darryle Rinehart I - ll .A ',a 2 , W' Dorothy Routh J Ronald Newmer Q Cecil Noble , .5 v , Paul Norman ' 5 " Milton Roy 'Q.sxs+ if J raaaae a W Amemawn Q. Ronald Salkil - Joyce Norton . V Eileen Nutt R 'lrl J Q s Kay 0818 ' RAI X Mark Saunders . , m Ronald Schreimann ' ri Joyce Sherrer Barbara O'Mal1ey Eddie Orcutt ' Larry Parker ii? i Norma Sherrer - Nancy Skaggs sly e a Qs' 4 S Judy Smith Tom Parrish Kenneth Peck P K I Linda Pendergrass or Linda Smith riff lx as Milf We D R R Phil Smotherman I Q Linda Snyder Carol Peterson ' Donald Petrey John Pettey Linda Sparks Ralph Sprang Sharon Stacy -R QAX J is X J K 'NZ John Phillips a if rw N J Sharon Pitts " , K tst. Ronald Popplewell , gl :if f' :lf J my 'V Steve Staffer Q ' as ' : ll" Diane Stair ' 0 Pat Staples 47 Ln. as " Xt ,giz . , s 1 Q ' wi' J ,. Y R M' W, , , s w e H' 3 'ax '59 My 73 ii Z S S up p Pat Stephens SS ' . N p J- Mary Jo Stevenson S B A p Q ..,' A ' T ' in. Sl James Stewart A f J 'Lf 1 ' Judy Ward S J ,',Q af, i y X 5.5 . mad t.t. ' S 6, T J William Ward sf, 5 y J ., X V John Warnsley f H Carol Strader y T S xl . V 'K Thomas Straus F Shirley Strome i w, , Jan Way , S S ma. 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' f p W S ,Q Wg 5 Steve Yates 'ii " "' " S S' i Bunny York 1. S,-.- S he Absent the day identification pictures were taken are, FIRST ROW: H. Keylon. L. Borkert, C. Lonili D. Chapman, D. Main, J. Foley. SECOND ROW: R. Butler, F. Whisenant, T. Holt, J. Bailey, R. Robinson, B. iller. ORGANIZATION S j FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS ARE: Jones, Sinnett, Stacy, Bachman. SECOND ROW: Morrow, Feis- le , Young, Creten, Ketner, Phelan. THIRD ROW: Ramos, Cr stal, Harkness, Rockwell, Ligon, Goodrick, Wentworth, H nkhouse. FOURTH ROW: Terbovic, Staffer, Etherton, Roude ush, Whirworth, Jean Gibson, Hanna, Andrews, Parker. I' Jack Baker PRESIDENT Wi 'fi' It Gene Bell Judie Messmer Hubert Waugh Sandra Crowley Burley Martin SPONSOR PROGRAM CHAIRMAN SPONSOR SECRETARY -TREASURER SPONSOR I Shirley Pike I L I VICE-PRESIDENT SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS ARE, FIRST ROW: Miller, Gresham, Whit- worth, Jean. SECOND ROW: Ligon, Rock, Campbell, Taylor, Jones, Sinnett. THIRD ROW: Felt, Lindstrom, Feisley, Dahlke, Harkness, Stacy, Hinkhouse, Young. FOURTH ROW: Zurgel, Ter- bovic, Crainshaw, Staffer, Jones, Hanna, Jacob, Ellerman, Ramos. .,, Iii kg Council Pnomotea School Jmpnovementa On October 19, Turner appear- ed on TV Teen Town. In the above picturejackBaker, Stu- dent Council President, along with Paul Routh, President of T-Club, is shown being inter- viewed by Jay Barrington, WDAF TV announcer, while other students look on. In the center picture students "take a break" while below fleftj Don Cornellsings his latest hit record. In the lower right hand picture the dancing reflects the wonderful time enjoyed by the students. 'il Student Council was, as always, one of the most active organizations in school. Their activities included sponsoring three dances: Homecoming, the Christmas formal, and a barn dance in the spring. The mixers held in the gym after the home football and basketball games were also projects of Student Council. Other projects sponsored by the council were installing a new juke box, granting funds under a "Foster Parent Plan" to sponsor a French student in his home country, and taking charge of con- cessions during the basketball season. Y Fr- i i , i 1 r l 4 3-Q 1 -W .77 1,-all 'Homenoom Obbicena lt. Q, - f , . X, ' or HOMEROOM 105, LEFT TO RIGHT: Woodson, Davis, X HOMEROOM 213, LEFT TO RIGHT: Strome, Webb, Brown, Rodgers, Tanner, Hurt, Van Dyke. Stevenson, Gibson, Hirsch, York. 3 3 i U' HOMEROOM 227, LEFT TO RIGHT: Schreimann, HOMEROOM 226, LEFT TO RIGHT: Attebery, Hilton, Parker, McCurry, Kerr, Fritz, Frazier, Cleaver, HOMEROOM 217, LEFT TO RIGHT: Straus, Smith, HOMEROOM 122, LEFT TO RIGHT: Hall, Burris, Ward, Elliott, Saunders, Norton, Potvin. Armenta, Tanner. 52 'Homenoom Obbiceua HOMEROOM SllO, LEFT TO RIGHT: Thoele, McGinnis, HOMEROOM 120, LEFT TO RIGHT: Main, Gresham Moore, Holt, Kirch, Harris, Sraffer. Skaggs, Ogle, Johnson, J . 1 HOMEROOM 308. LEFT TO RIGHT: Johnson. Pugh. HOMEROOM 309, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ronrh, Perry, Williamson, Cooke, Johnson. McDonald, Pr-au, HOMEROOM 222, LEFT TO RIGHT: Maybell, HOMEROOM 310, LEFT TO RIGHT: Phelan, Littlefield, Elliott. Chandler, Klausler, Harrison, Morrow. 53 M W W i ,J , 6 , V W 5 Y ix, -x I i 'Homenoom Olgbiceua HOMEROOM 108, LEFT TO RIGHT: Thomas, Reygaert, HOMEROOM 209, LEFT TO RIGHT: Holmes, Van Hook, Bartlett, Messinger, Kane. I-Ieustis. Ussery, Gerber, Enwright. Q-0 I-IOMEROOM 311, LEFT TO RIGHT: Richardson, Orcutt, HOMEROOM 225, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dudley, Bolinger, Crane, Condron, Nealy, Lindstrom. Burke, Worthington, Parker, Connell. 'rf' 1. f HOMEROOM 315, LEFT TO RIGHT: Shoemake, HOMEROOM 211, LEFT TO RIGHT: Tanner, Batten, Shockey, Rogers, Mohr, Vincent, Weddle. Ketner, Swinney, Hurst, Long. 54 Hameuoom Offbicena HOMEROOM 229, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lllnday. Taylor, HOMEROOM 306, LEFT TO RIGHT: Thompson, Thomp- Fewifl. Williams. son, Rank, Campbell. Ray, Peck, Phelan. HOMEROOM 106, LEFT TO RIGHT: Staffer, Johnson, HOMEROOM 218, LEFT Inlow, Sparks, Crystal, Herrmann, Weaver. Alexander, Bird , Brown. T TO RIGHT: Skaggs, HOMEROOM 110, LEFT TO RIGHT: McFarland, HOMEROOM 103, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miller, Hansen, McCurry, Blackburn, Hillers, Blasche. 5 Hand, Heineken. 5 'Homenoom Obbicena HOMEROOM S112, LEFT TO RIGHT: Runions, Etherton, HOMEROOM 304, LEFT TO RIGHT: vorh, Dent, Wallace, Stephens, Leaton, Armenta. Anderson, Fagan, Roudebush. 00 HOMEROOM 301, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dudley, Fagan, HOMEROOM 220, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dye, Stambaugh, Creten, Pack, Lee. Kirch, Kent, Johnson, Bitikofer, HOMEROOM 302, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dodd, Hunsucker, HOMEROOM 204, LEFT TO RIGHT: Hurst, Fiene, Zwei- Bray, Worthington, Hansen, Thompson. 56 miller, Qua11s,Jones, Carroll, Messmer, Miller. "'Jo Cneate Chniatian Chanacteff' HI-Y MEMBERS, FOURTH ROW: Smith, Condron, Hale, Lynch, Walker, Andrews, Howard, Crowley, Ogle, Moore. THIRD ROW: McClellan, Pack, Petrey, O'Neil1, Chandler, McFarland, Bartlett, Williamson. Crainshaw, Hanna, Harrison. SECOND ROW: Johnson, Greer, Malay, Carrol, Harrison, Young, Jones, Heineken, Gerster. Weathers, Schierbaum. FIRST ROW: Brown, Miller, Lawson, Jones, Bartlett, Messinger. Kelley, Proctor, Crane. . PICTURED BELOW ARE: Mr. Strandberg, Sponsor: Jim McCurry, Treasurer: Mr. Bolin, Sponsor: Harold Rogers, Sec- retary: Ronnie Hillers, Vice -Presidentg Danny Bird, President. David Walker was one of the twenty finalists for the These boys attended Model Legislature: Richard Miller, Youth of Americanism award. 57 Bill Heineken, Roy Scheirbaum, Frank Bartlett. 4 FOURTH ROW: Hartford, Dyster, Tiderman, Sweeny, Landers, Mason, Dahlke, Walker, Smith, Cooke, Buschhusen, Witworth, Thompson, Gresham, Paine, Guy, Reagan. THIRD ROW: Casey, Phelan, Alexander, Hurst, Ketner, Tanner, Gillis, Ferrin, Rank, Jansen, Main, Sweet, Tomlinson, Knight. SECOND ROW: Aldridge, Shockey, Dill, Stacy, Snyder, Mills, Routh, Jean, Woodson, Butler, Cooke, Griffin, Hurt, Theole, Skaggs. FIRST ROW: Peck Hammer, Thompson, Lavin, Taylor, Bowens, Harris, Groves, Hart, Connell, Everharr, Luce, Moody. ". . .Stuiuinq to Build a Better: Would." Y-Teens helps to develop girls spiritually and to instill in them a sense of brotherhood and kindness towards others. This year marked a year of achievements for the Y-Teens. They sponsored three projects. One of these proiects took place during Halloween. In connection with the UNICEF program, Y-Teen members worked hard to collect money for this drive. Their efforts proved very rewarding. At Easter time Y-Teen members assembled scrapbooks and made small bunnies from washcloths. These were distributed to an orphanage in the Kansas City area. ,sat l . ,A f' THE OFFICERS OF Y-TEENS ARE, STANDING: Charl Kathy Rock, Susan Ridgway, Sharon Ring, Wanda Th. Sponsor, Mary Worthingson, Vice-President, Sandra C vmlinson, Carol Nealy, Marsha Campbell, Karen Heustis, n Melva Chase, Joyce Bias. SEATED: Miss Snuffer, y President, Miss Coffin, Sponsor. FOURTH ROW: Archambeault, Wright, Friberg, Wineger, Dodd, Hill, Wentworth, McBride, Dye, Johnson, Jones, Stevens, Hayes, Harkness, Klausler, Rockwell, Stewart, Berry, McGregor, Jones. THIRD ROW: Brown, Asbell, Falconer, Madison, Hinkhouse, Phelan, Pearson, Gann, Worthington, Feisley, Tinsley, Lee Kirch, Lesseg, Lesseg, DeCaigney, Hook, Cansler. SECOND ROW: McClurg, Lunday, Hunsucker, Fagan, Carroll, Kuykenda1l,Jones, Nor- ton, Woods, Innes, Colby, Russell, Farr, Seller, Stevenson, Enright, Evans, Lowdet. FIRST ROW: Higgins, Taylor, Atkinson, Stevenson, Bosler, Maybell, Lawson, Stevens, Richardson, Billings, Mansell, Messmer, Mead, Dotson, Eads, Gerber, Miller. Honors were bestowed on two of our Y-Teen members, Kathy Rock and Mary Worthington. Kathy Rock was chosen Y-Teen Executive for the Midwest Y-Teen Conference. This confer- ence is held during the summer months at Crete, Nebraska. Kathy was chosen from the entire group of Y-Teens in a three-state area--Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri. She was selected for her leadership qualities and her previous conference experience. Her duty as Y-Teen Ex- ecutive is to preside over the conference. Mary Worthington was elected President of the lnterclub Council. This council, composed of representatives from every Y-Teen club in the Kansas City area, meets one Saturday of each month to discuss and attempt to solve the pro- blems of the various clubs. Mary also was chosen to represent Kansas at the National Y-Teen Conference held in St. Louis. l' , ' r s Jai ,N l 59 '3utune Tluftaea atuclq nufminq undef: mud. Dodaon FIRST ROW: Monger, Friberg, Mrs. Dodson QSchool Nursej, Hammer, Qualls. SECOND ROW: Poppelwell, Tomlinson, Kirch, Lee, Knight. THIRD ROW: Haney, Taylor, King, Berry, Teague. Bible Club pnovidea Spinitual Leaclenahip FIRST ROW: Frances Thomas, Secretary-Treasurer, Susie Qualls, President, David Walker, Vice-Presidentg Susan Littlefield, Ci? Council Representative. SECOND ROW: Van Wke, Woods, Hurt, Thomas Lindstrom, Bain, King Stevenson, Bai ey, Crumyer, Tomlinson, Tinsley, Whitmill, instrom. THIRD ROW: Patrick, Taylor, York. Haney Eastland, Rockwell, Ketner, Phelan, Friberg, Cansler, Maxwell, Dye, Edwards, Banko. FOURTH ROW: Conner, Bitikofer, Brus, Kink Sipley Scott, Sweet, Monger, Hartford, Davis, Tague, Sappington Peck FIFTH ROW- Worthington, Hait, axwe1,Grahman, Parrish, Bitikofer, Northcott, Herrmann, Staffer, l'J1cFarlahd, McCurry Fritz, Jones. 25? vitiix iw .3 . vw--,I L E fi, .4 A . Aw 4, W- V N., E9 . .Q in as E Wx Xa ff l K A X... SK ,, A iw. 1 -if . I K , k i:,AL55g'l+ , . .A . 4 Q.. A 1 3, a il 4 1, f-'4 I f 4 V. Y . ,S 15 FY 3 Pepatena 'loaten Spontamanahip FIRST ROW: Bias, Fagan, Batton, Gerber, Eads, Mead, Chase, Burris, Taylor, Dill, Campbell, Gillis, G. Jones, Kent, Brown, Winegar, DeCaigny, Carroll Tomlinson. SECOND ROW: Aldridge 'sa U , Jerri Lesseg, Asbell. THIRD ROW: Branza, Atkinson, Gresham, Knowles, Ring, Rouh, McBride, Walker, Guy, Paine, Kirch. FOURTH ROW: Berry, Wentworth, Mason, Casey, Smith, Swinney, Rock, Barr, Mills, Tomlinson, Tanner, Jean Lesseg. Posters, skits, and cheers were part of a six-month school spirit campaign launched by one of Turner's oldest organizations, Pep Club. Activities ofthe Pep Club this year included: sponsoring a western dance, a spring formal, pep assemblies, and the coat- check stand at all home basketball games. Rd flndv Pnomote School Spinit 1 ff i - -ef.. .f - Y, . . FIRST ROW: Landrum, Stevens, Rockwell, Stevens, Klausler, Routh, Tague, Alvey, Dyster, Hlnkhouse, Stuart Enright. SECOND ROW: Innis, Billings, Mansell, Mabell, Madison, l-Iinkhouse, Bruse, Jean, MaGee, MacDonald Snider. THIRD ROW: Adkins, Lunday, Holmes, Sparks, Johnson, Woodson, Tanner, Holt, Elliott, Tomlinson York. FOURTH ROW: Luce, Rogers, Burris, Hurch, Skaggs, Norton, Harris, Groves, Taylor, McClurg. l958 marked the fourteenth year as spon- sor of the Pep Club forMiss Nancy Marshall and the tenth year for Miss Ellen Lindburg. ln their first year of sponsorship were Mrs. Carolyn Madqus and Mrs. DorlsWilson. The four officers who were elected by the l23 members are left to right: Judy Phelan, S e c r e t a r y -Treasurer, Mary Worthington, Pre s i dent, Shirley Pike, Vice-President, Judie Messmer, Program Chairman. rssw,:.s. .sf- l.l'i:mf1.1 i i -l Q'- if UC V' f 1 if ' J is v 'L' Thesvffifxiy cheerleail? shownrpe 1liit H - r T r igxrretr, Shockey, Crowley, and Worthington. W ' Pepsters of the month who were elected by the Pep Club are: Jean, Paine, Stevens. Aldridge, and Fagan. W---awww '2 FIRST ROW Etherton Callaghan Weddle Kane Hand, Roudebush, Belt, Gilkison, Morrison. SECOND ROW: Burke Parker Andrews Morgan Dudley McCurry Hale, Garner, THIRD ROW: Bird, Hillers, McFarland, Hopkins "l pledge myself to high ideals for athletes" T-C l ub, Turner's letter- man club has several projects which it sponsors annually. These are: the Junior-Senior basketball game, the B-Team and Freshman football game, the interclass track meet, the sponsorhsipof a delegate to Boys' State, and a picnic for the members of T-Club. T-CLUB O F FIC E RS AND SPONSORS ARE, BACK ROW: MI. Bi11C1af1in, Mr. Joe Baker, Paul Routh, Presidentglerry Hall, Vice-Presidentg Jerry Pack, Ser- geant-at-Arms. FRONT ROW: John Jacobs, Secretaryg Jack Baker, Treas- urer. Cj. 14. 14. Snapiuea Good Spontamanahip V J i Judy Phelan leads G.A,A, members in a modern dance. Making plans for the E.K.L. Plaly Day are the G.A,A, officers and their sponsor, Mrs. rice. THE OFFICERS ARE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Carolyn Miller, Vice-Presi- dent, Mrs. Price, sponsor, Susan Zweimiller, Presi- dent, Mary Ale x a n d e r , Secretary-Treasurerg Judy Cooke, Point System Manager. 1 N... 5 A .abs A A C 3 ...J t , X " X 1 , N-mf G,A.A. irls show their skill of makin pyramids. THEY ARE, FIRST ROW:Joyce Fagan, Mary Swinney, Judy Phelan, Wynne NEISOH, Vicki Harkness, Lana gtewart, Joan Kuykendall, Marcia Dodd, Pat Butler. SECOND ROW: Janet Shockey, Louise Barr, Janet Phelan, Billie Bain, Marilyn Hook. THIRD ROW: Karan Heustis, Cookie Hurst, Connie Everhart. SPORT S J W X, K 1. , . mf Q , :sA'g:::'s5?5'i f f ffpfh WEN ' 1' 2 I iv mm f l.,fi gj ,f 'Faww 3 f ' 4 ' V lx 1: :' K ' " ff? 1 , u - fm 5 fu gfgws M u:f f fir,f1 'ESF M' '1353 W 'W X'-if TN 4b -he X, -Q36 Wo . V 56' J "::MN iw., ., may A V John Jacob Frank Pofvin Paul Routh Jack Baker 5 Y Jerry Hull f - - , , Earl Gilkerson Jerry Pack Allan Morgan Jerry Shaw Fred Johnson if W Qi 'QP' Y x N S 'wx . . , ' 1 Denis Callaghan Larry Dudley Jim Creten John Weddle Although the 1957-1958 football season was not as successful as one might wish, it was one filled with thrills and excitement. The Bears ended the season with a 2-5-1 record. The one factor which stood out in Turner's team this year was their defense. Without a doubt it was one of the most important assets during the season. The hard fighting but inexperienced Bears lost their opening game of the 1957-1958 sea- son tothe Argentine Mustangs. The most owerful factor of both teams was their defense, however, Turner began to weaken in the third quarter and the Mustangs took full advantage of their weakness ending the game with a 0-12 score. The wounds inflicted by Argentine were reopened the next week. In their first league game, the Turner Bears were badly beaten by Osawatomie. Turner's only touchdown came during the second quarter. In the fourth quarter Turner showed renewed signs of life, however, the recovery came too late to correct a final score of 7-21. Determined to change the ominous beginning of the season, the Bears set out to win their second league encounter with Paola. Their detennination proved a valuable asset, for they ended the thrilling game with a score of 20-14. Early in the Olathe game, Turner iumped to a 6-0 lead. Later, however, the favored Olathe team recovered and match- ed Turner lay for play. This resulted in an exciting 19-19 game. With the season half over, Turner wrangled with the Bonner Braves. Sparked by the spirit of Homecoming, the Bears used an aerial offense to end the game with a score of32-28. Our Turner Bears tried hard, but they were finnly trounced 0-40 by the Ward Cyclones. The Bears were unable to stop Ward's offense or protect their own backfield. Although badly beaten by the Washington Wildcats, Turner went down courageously. The team was very good on de- fense, but couldn't seem to find the right combination for offense. As a result, Turner lost 0-34. In the final game of the season, the Bears grudgingly gave the Rosedale Wildcats a0- 21 victory and a share of the E. K.L. title with Bonner Springs. Plagued by a night of con- tinuous mistkaes, the Bears completed the 1957-1958 football season. Jim McCurry Leroy Hand Jack Hellebuyck Unclenclaaamen Show Pnomiae MEMBERS OF THE B TEAM ARE, FRONT ROW: Bird, McCane, Managers, Yocurn, Crystal, I. DeFries, Matney, Northcott, Dudley, Harrison, Miller. SECOND ROW: Mr. Hubert Waugh, coach, Wear, Armenta, Andrews, O'Neill, Sparks, Bartlett, Riley, Coleman, Mr. Joe Baker, coach. THIRD ROW: Smith, Hellebuyck, Hanna, Belt, Caldwell, Taylor, L. DeFries. A 4-4-1 season for the B Team showed promise for the future. The hard playing but inexperienced Freshmen closed their season with a 2-4 record. MEMBERS OF THE FRESHMAN TEAM ARE, FIRST ROW: Ward, Elliott, Lavin, Quilty, Felt, Locke, Brown, Terbovick, Worsley, Meeker. SECOND ROW: Butler, manager, Pugh, Mixer, Wentworth, crainshaw, Bly, Morgan, Ingold, Parker, Keller, McCurry. THIRD ROW: Mr. Bi11C1af1in, Coach, Thomas, Garrett, Burris, Fritz, Michaels, Moore, Hall, Kirch, Pettey, Harris, Mr. Orville Johnson, coach. 71 Cjftidifton Stafta Honofted at Annual 'lootball Banquet V Jack Baker, Honora ry Football Captain give s the welcoming address. Mr. Waugh passes out those hard earned B-Team letters. Tne Lettermen and their datesenjoy a delicious meal prepared by the boys' mothers. 109' ? Myra Queen Reiqna At Shinleq t Homecoming N nw fy A N . r 3 , -J' x . 9. Q' x A x N if lx A highlight of the football season is ff if' 7 Homecoming. During the half-time of the f E .V y r Turner-Bonner game the c a n d i d a t e s for ' J l in Homecoming Queen were escorted down the 4 ' i " . ' field through an arch formed by the Pep Q - Club and majorettes while Tumer's band .A played the traditional "Let Me Call You X f A . i Sweetheart." Jack Baker, honorary Home- . - , 3 comin ca tain, laced the crown on Miss s .r ,,.4 , J U Pike's head and gave her the traditional 5 is it , kiss and bouquet of red roses. Queen Shirley A " S+ K' -, ,A-A - i' reigned over the last half of the game and " " . the dance which followed in the high school E ' ' K gymnasium. ER I It 01 ,L i .J ! Q, 'tr u f , f S. 5 Q' Ng . ' S ,V M M1 YK 'L' ws. ir it L xg is Q sr I i is K r r a so f is X 5 , a ll V , r 1 taxi 1 Us M - K ' f'?g:1..3if V , -N a if N gjfii'R'r f r x .""" -"' X N' isrfir 'Mgt-K L'- f s X ' rsi,, . stii 'e l if l A' 1- 'J , fi :Tw . QQQK. ., . ,5--If V.ktL dv 4, .,,A,f F .40- Homecoming royalty as they reign at the game are: Verna Whitworth, freshman candidate, John Moore, escort, Sandra Crow ey, football candidateg F.H. ray, escortg Shirley Pike, Queeng Ronnie Fagan, escortgPatDah1ke, jun- ior candidateg Mike Woodson, escort: Karan Heustis, sophomore candidateg Jim Harrison, escort. 73 Vanaitq Stanta Slow, Picka up In their first game of the 1958 basketball season, Turner's Varsity squad showed great pro- mise forthe future. It was a see-saw battle in the first quarter, but Ward sparked ahead in the following quarters to win 61-32. The second game of the season brought disappointment, but also hope. Although the Washington Wildcats came out on top with a score of 37-23, Turner's spark and drive brought hope of an E.K.L. title. As though hit by a plague, the Bears' loosing streak continued. In the first league game of the season the Bears bowed out to the Bonner Braves who won with a score of 53-45. Going all the way for their first win of the season, the Bears dealt their archrivals the Argentine Mustangs their seventh straight defeat. The Bears led throughout the game which ended 50-41. For their first E. K. L. victory, Tumer defeated the favored Paola Panthers. With a score of 56-48 the Bears demonstrated a definite rise in morale. The winning streak continued as the boys firmly trounced the Olathe Eagles 53-35. The vicotry split the E. K.L. lead into a four-way tie, with Bonner Springs, Olathe, Rosedale, and Turner. MEMBERS OF THE A-SQUAD ARE, LEFT TO RIGHT: John Dudley, Richard Sparks, Fred Johnson, captaing Paul Routh, Jxm McCurry, and John Beery. IN FRONT ARE: Mr. Orville Johnson, coachg and John Jacob, manager, Speed, Bnealea Even The Bears were dealt their first defeat in four games by the Washington Wildcats. They were the underdogs throughout the entire game, as it ended 39-14. lnaccuracy and a tight Rosedale defense accounted for the Bears' second straight defeat. The Wildcats' gymnasium was the sight of the onslought as the Wildcats readily disposed of the Bears 41-28. This crucial E. K.L. game knocked Turner out of the three-way tie for first place and leftOlathe and Bonner S rings still holding top honors. After leading until late into the third quarter, Turner boweclndown to Bonner Springs 47-42. After three consecutive losses, the Bears showed that they were by no means out of the top spot competition, by defeating the Paola Panthers 53-45. Turner dealt the favored Qsawatomie Troians a 47-37 defeat. Rosedale took a big step toward the E. K.L. title by defeating the Bears 44-26. Turner was knocked out of the league race by the Olathe Eagles in an overtime game. The Eagles came forth from behind to win the game with a score of 59-58. The last league game of the season turned out to be a happy one, for the Bears defeated the Osawatomie Trojans 34-31. This victory on February 21 gave Turner a tie for third place with Bonner Springs. Revenge was sweet for the Argentine Mustangs when they romped over the Turner Bears with a score of 62-39. The Washington Wildcats found the going rough as they slipped by our Turner Bears in the last minutes of play 39-32. The victory earned the Wildcats the honor of another round of play in the Class AA regional playoffs at Washington and at the same time ended the Bears' basketball season at 6-12. The B Team is made up iointly of sophomores and iuniors. This season 's record did not prove to be a very successful one. The boys had a 3-I3 record. B-TEAM SCHEDULE 21 Turner Ward 39 Turner 26 Washington 43 Turner 34 Bonner 50 Turner 2l Argentine 56 Turner 47 Paola 49 Turner 35 Olathe 33 Turner 23 Rosedale 26 Turner 54 Paola 5l Turner 48 Osawatom ie 50 Turner 28 Rosedale 30 Turner 35 Sumner 58 Turner 37 Olathe 54 Turner 40 Osawatomie 36 Turner l 9 Argentine 6l Turner 18 Washington 22 Turner 32 Bonner 35 MEMBERS OF THE B TEAM ARE, FRONT ROW: O'Nei11, Bird, Kane, Burke, Harrison, Jones. BACK ROW: Mr Rodney Enos, coach, Taylor, Hillers, Lynch, Fritz, Hand, Hellebuyck, manager. 8 'f 1 d 2 THE MEMBERS OF THE "C" TEAM ARE, FIRST ROW: Northcott, managerg DeFries, Pointelin, Self, Yokum, Sho- walter. SECOND ROW: Staffer, Caldwell, Woodson, Herrmann, Acton, Bartlett. The coach is Mr. Hubert Waugh. if 4V J fx J? T' QQ 4 M if A1 'B H , ' wfixd . - fl V z 4 it ,gs , xu?.,Hg ,. 5 s . if kk K 5 K 7',,Qlg fff. J v 3 3 'Re o ' ff ,K , 3 . ,A 4 wx fu ' 2 Q Gqlfers for the 1958 season who are. shown above Robettiirovgleyk, Robert Cal ell, Carl Mo11ettL . Q. X ', ,f Bob Brown, and Mr. CQvi11e Johnsongocoach ff om ,gf +V f 1953 1948 1949 1957 1953 1953 1957 1948 1948 1948 1949 1956 1957 1955 1957 16.6 10.4 4454.4 1:36.6 53.1 2:06 18.0 23.6 3:43 5OI6II 178' 1 1f4 138'101f2 21 l3ll 6l6ll 11'8" Uhznclada fx if f.f'f"rL ""'l"llhnn-auwx ACTIVITIES W I if ,,II .ff I I If R N I 7 ,Z A . ,,, nw,-slmaranm 1-wmmanw M , ,M.,.,,.. 3 is H5133 ,. After many years ofdreams and planning, our new auditor- ium was at lasta reality. Ded- icated on March 28, 1958, th is beautiful edifice was a welcome addition to the Turner Community. .4 X ix f Q 5 ' ' X -S9 -, L : if K WX AMN, ,L'..,. I R 4 Q f 1 -gk lim wg . .ve ,S i 6 Am E f ' V! Q gl.. . Ft: ,... ,..-.. .Q ,ua-A, Chain Led Jn Hanmonq CHOIR MEMBERS ARE, FIRST ROW: Armenta, Vincent. Sinnett, Mead, Bachman, Keele. Lusby, Worthin ton Crowley, Starnbaugh, Shoemake, Northcutt. SECOND ROW: Yocum, Rook, Thompson. Qualls, Sellers, Ku qten- dall, Worthington, Gerber, Chase, Knight, Smith, Wear, Dudley. THIRD ROW: O'Nei11, Crainshaw, I-Iariiness Moody, McGregor, Alvey, Zweirniller, Mason, Hays, Dodd, Fagan, Blye, O'Neil1, Riley. FOURTH ROW: Weaver DeFrIes, Crowley, Smith. I-Iillers, Oestmann, Lync , Walker, Fritz, axwell, Hansen, Thomas. Under the direction of Mr. Erdman Johnson the choir performed at various school and community functions. Among these were the "Messiah," the E. K.L. League festival, the dedication of the new auditorium, and the district meet. Mr. Erdman Johnson is shown directing the Turner choir. 84 JN mm, x K, R .YQQWF N ,ff 'In- an V 1' 45 ' -F 2' Q X J .X F h Q as 'N-X X is x ' ,, I , , wr a 'lk 3 X , vf ' x I F 1 f 1 ma 3. 4' J k 1 f Q Nj imm a, 1 X K 5 'ir 'V fyk ' 'i 2 i ,. if X3 'X V? sv? . V A v Q Q nw., L :if wee- - in ., QQ F W .W i W- ig ii ' ' 3 " '-,1-a,lQx Q wif, .:xs f.?:.. MI Q V ,. . . 'Ike Band FIRST ROW: Phillips, Tinsley, Long, Sweet, Stewart. SECOND ROW: Sprang, McGinnis, Hager, Hall, Cox, Kirch. ,xqftwfff Sb SQQH S399 FIRST ROW: Hurst, C. Taylor, G. Taylor, Tiderman, Stewart, Ferrin, Connell, Holmes. SECOND ROW Mr. Neihart, Stevens, Craig, Mixer, Trigp, Sparks, Hilton, Brewer, Hunter. THIRD ROW: Hart, Prather Taylor, Jim McCurry, Yates, Garrett, Jo nson, Anderson. 86 Plaqecl On FIRST ROW: Burkett, Harris, Allen, Keele. SECOND ROW: Rogers, Castor, Callaghan, Kirch, Shaw. FIRST ROW: Williams, Johnson, Barr, Franklin, Peterson. SECOND ROW: Cooke, Hufford, Ketner Rockwell, Stephens, Parrish, Cooke. 87 uniona Pneaent "-Heaue "Heaven Can Wait," a comedy pre- sented by the junior class, was not only the opening show of the season but also the first production to be presented in the new theater. Andrews discovers from Weaver that his body has been cremated. 5 'rms .lumon cuxss CD ,..f.1M N of Q . fN aj X Turner High School presents ii Q S Heaven Gan Walt I by Harry Segall A X ,R ' Zim!! 'lrvunrn ' 7 ji mul' 'AG-W TURNER HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM February 27 and March 1 Time:8:00 Ogle, Weddle, and kmugy it McCain ' fg - s QQ YEJ gf : fi? t ' iii'i ,s's Y s,,, V ' 5,553 1'v M s132af.1ifsff'w if who hasbeen injuredsmiiaif Q ' i' f-'J-inf' P iefii f fl' , f .,,. 1. fs Efvmf ' 'ti Iife'?Hi "'1'f' wi -'. - ' ' 'iffy 5 -if-fi? K' V Viiliiiris-2 ,.fa,s:1'-i 1. s KA 1, gi V: if fi C vi: ,B fs . 34 Wi V s'g ,ws..g i ff. -. Ian Wait" CHARACTERS lin order of appearance, Mr. Jordan ....... Dick Weaver Escort ....... Marsha Campbell Passengers . . Bill McCain, Nancy Dill, Shirley Peck, Judy Lavin, Nancy Ferrin, Pat Dahlke Messenger 7013 ..... Jim Shoemake Joe Pendleton ...... Jim Andrews Nurse ........ Sue Drumwright Tony Abbot ..... Stephen Blasche Julia Farnsworth . .Ghursdayj Betty Keele Gaturdayj Barbara Paine Mrs. Ames ..... Dorothy Lindstrom Betty Logan . . . ffhursday, Helen Reagan iSaturdayl Linda Long Ann . . .... Judy Cooke Workman . . .Daryl Northcott Max Levene . . . .John Weddle Susie ..... . Janet Shockey Inspector Williams . . . Kenneth Ogle Lefty ..... . .Jim McCurry Doctor . . . . . Bill McCain Underthe direction ofMr. Frank Moon the crew for the production were: stu- dent director, Janice Moody, prompter, Wynne Mason, sound, Stephen Blasche, publicity, Judy Lavin and Barbara Paine, ighting, Ronnie Crane, house chairmen, Mary Swinne and Kathy Rock, props, Sue Drumwriglit, wardrobe mistress, Shir- ley Peck, curtain, Richard Thomas, and program design by Lester Dent. Weddle refuses to leave Paine and Andrews alone together. McDaniel, Smith, Cham- Mr. F. Moon directed the unique production which involved a cast of twenty nine, and a crew oftwenty three. A double set was room at stage level and a bedroom which was eleva Claaa 05 '58 Doea Unique T' CAST OF HARA A RS Oga Mattie Bug Mary Llttle Mary Bermce Madeleme Judith n Kaye Linda Jean Bobby Lourse Susan a Kendall Terry Tony E en Mrs O utt am Jlmm Powe Mllh ser Kung ey Kent Burgess Dr andall La y etz F ank Ann Straus Beverl Gerber Son ra Lusby Judy Jones udne Messmer rena Beasley uz n Zwelmlller Lln a Hunsucker usle Qualls berta Barn San a Crowley a Haffner ary Kent Gaul rcklnson Ca l Burns Shlrle Slnnett Mary Wor mgton Kathr Long Barba Tush Joyce agan Lester ent Richard O' elll Delbert I Frank Po In Bob Sulll n Tony V H Roger Trap Ml l ton Cl ark John Jacob ted two feet. An intricate lighting plan controlled the focus of the action STAGE DOOR by Edna Ferber and George Kaufman a comedy drama was presented by the Senior Class on April 11 and 12 The plot concerns a group of sixteen young women who have come to New York to study acting and find Jobs The set ts a boarding house where their hopes and ambitions are revealed Some give up indts pair some get married some become discouraged some go to Holly wood and some achieve success Young male callers a movie mag nate and a playwright add color and contrast to this amusing and poignant drama Donna Jones, student di- rec to r', w a s supported backstage by Kuykendall, Pack Qualls, Thompson, Tush Darnell , Dodd, Bain Mead, O'Nei11, bers Buckley, and Sulli- van I O I C O I I O I O . I I I S . . An O C I . P f o o 0 u ' . I B o 0 0 ' S I l I l Y 1 o c ' e - o a F g . 9 ' constructed --a living 2 D : Jerry Hal Woodward, Hale, Chase, I 0 . I Pnoduction O15 'Jine Play At right are Beasley, Gerber, and Zwei- miller on a typical Sunday morning in Mrs, Orcutt's room- ing house. Below Jacob and Burris are shown sit- ting in the wings at rehearsal. W -fi .41 "And little ermine jackets up to here," sa ys Worthington to Crowley as they are pictured at the right arguing whether or not to go to Hollywood. mv S'4cw-sf? w I . g 4? ' 5 Student Council Sponafma Chniatmaa: onmal V A , mf: if arf? , rm., ? N -ff rf fy, W-9 ' U Ig' ave :"!Q..' ,, ,.. ww lf. 31. A it t 1 L f .IWW Booateu Stabb argl 5 Wx Nm KSN 'A k,.-"ff,,,.,,aw jet!! Le F I Moon' elif -We eP0ne'n ML rtel- P01- tot" C6 8' P38 Gerber. I kd, reP0 fer. '01, H, C' rr, 59160-Y ie Huilsuc 111. re 0 3468011 Mag . WTSS Ann Straus, assistant editorg Donna Jones, editor. Bears Stay ln E.K.L. Melva Chase , P Managers, A Bain, age sf Delbert Hale Sports Editor Jeiln Hurst H Exc nge Editor 4 .: L 'Junnenite Staff Pat Miller, Organizations xg X, E, , uk Q M Susie Qualls, Art Editor Judy Jones, Business Manager Sn" 55 sf ....'e , L W ' sz Judy Messmer, Co-Editor Sandra Crowley, Co-Editor Bob Sullivan. Photographe1 . K ""'usp,,R Susan Zweimiller, Organizations Editor 94 Ruth Hutchins, Classesg Mary Ann Fiene, Class Editor Roqaltq JU if Q ,J ,, K L1 V l R, 4 1 ,T , Tyr' ,Jin J'-uf' ei- 'K an W., W ., ,, I ,y mfafl Qmif X' F f - . j , V, bi' A .,,, .A 'I wi, f is S SY ,L . 'E f 1 w. 'x Sandna Cnowleq flounnaliam Sponaofta 'Pneaa Ball Ill i Cl' Pike ,rw ikwdlfg linteemd UH The fifteen senior girls who were elected as candidates for Turnerite Queen are, FRONT ROW- Hill, Dickinson, Miller, Dodd, Zweimiller, Wentworth, Kent, Jones. BACK ROW: Burris, Bias, Crowley, Qua11s,' Messmer, Worthington, and Sinnett. Pep Club Queen ' 'ludq Phelan --W N., WMAN WW5 HL 'Ms-vm xA 52 b Wxgk Q Q5 Meg F5 Q, .wf' i .Miki , ,, P. 'yew' A Q 6, wr- ,ff .2 w "5-s-.. wwf,-......, , m,,,,,, , Claaa O5 '58 Bida 'lafzewell Judie Messmer, Jerry Pack, and Susan Zweirniller put on their caps and gowns before "taking the long wa1k." B 5 i f , i ? S2 S, Qi ' r 5' .. 'K f Senior class officers Darrell Anderson, Vice future plans with Tony Voth. ,As 5 2 3 - 3 is 'w -Presidentg Donna Jones, 102 1 5 S si , .4 .f Presidentg and Caron Hill, Secretary discuss A SALUTATORIAN Amie Straus was born in Syracuse, New York on September 9, 1940. She attend - ed grade schools in Springville, New York, Fullerton, califomia, and Tuc- son, Arizona. Anne spent her freshman year in Tucson, but enrolled at Turner for her sophomore year. She' has ffour majors to her credit. These are in math, French, English, and SocialSci- ence. Throughout her four years in high school Anne has maintained a 9. 515 average. She plans to attend Park College next fall. VALEDICTORIAN Bob Sullivan was born in Pittsburg, Kan- sas, on March 11, 1940. While in Pitts- burg Bob. attended Washington Grade School. He came to Kansas City during his seventh grade year and attended Muncie and Morris grade schools. Bob has attended Turner all four years of high school. During this time he has earned four ma jors. These are in math, science, industrial arts. and English. As Valedictorian, Bob has the highest grade point average of his graduating class. This average is computed from a scale whereby eleven points are given for an A+ , ten for an A, nine for an A-, etc. Bob's grade pointaverage was 9.800. Membership in Hi-Y, Science Club, Chess Club, and being a dele- gate to Boys' State were among his extracurricular a c tiv it i e s . Bob also acted as photographer for the Booster and Turnerite. 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