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

 - Class of 1959

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'IIISQIBI " 'F wzmssn 4 ,, 5 42223: . , fv xv I '---. MARY SCOTT R.D. WEATHERS CAROL EKLUND ,.'- - .5115 ii ,k:, k-,-' ARNOLD VOTH CAROLYN MADAUS BESS HOPLAND ELLEN LINDBURG KEITHA PETERSON MARGARET LEATHERBERRY -........ -' I ' 5-l - - ff:-. 'IZDJEQI J ':.:. 1 Him. IQQ W IIIFVLIRK EE , Q Uranus: f Q ff illfflll Q K A. , -...--.,. DONALD HANLEY LEO SELBERG NANCY MARSHALL IONA CARMICHAEL RUTH STROME SANDRA SCHOENINGER MARIORIE DODSON GLEN HOWERTON AMILIAR FACES VVV: VK-LV 2 Q ,.-, aw K. ..-, ik,V L,lv V COOKS: Skirk, Coons, Piersee fHead Cookjg Messick, Chase, Mixer QAbsenQ. BUS DRIVERS:Cal1aghar1, Darnell, Drake, Dehoe, Shipley, North, Trupree, Chase, Everhart IANITORS: North, Shipley, Everhart, Chase. if SENIOR CLASS OFFICHPS Preslbfenf enneffz Ogle Woe N,ores1'o'enf Jofm We-o'o'le Secrefory 000' Joh Treosu fl MCF rer qrfO no' G LORIA A LDRIDGE " Changeable" MARY KAY ALEXANDER "A sweet bit of sunshine that adds color to the day." JACK BEAL "Anything goes" MANUEL ARMENTA "One whom everybody likes and never forgets. " BILLIE BAIN "Boy can that kid blush." JIM ANDREWS "Sometimes I sit and think, sometimes I just sit." ROXY BARNETT "A whiz at everything." ng.-L.. 'I5 BOB BELT "Tall and quiet. " LOUISE BARR "You're the tops." NORMAN BLACKBURN "I can resist anything but tempta- tion." GENE ATKINSON "So very quiet we need never fear a riot." JOHN BEERY "Hooked" DURWA RD BELT "None but himself can be his equal." DANNY BIRD "A darkroom specia1ist" MARGARET ASPLUND "Quiet, but nice." STE VE BLA SC HE "Nothing can down a good man." HERBERT BLY Never has much to say. " I . AAS 1 o PAT BUTLER "Never a worry." ROSEMARY BOWEN "A heart that's free. " aah JV! -z 1 'Q wi' X an . 'aj-nan-v RICHARD BOY D "It's the smaller things in life that count. " CSBK' pi- 'S' MYRNA BROWN "She follows the dic tates of her heart." MARSHA CAMPBELL "Dainty, diligent, and sweet. " IANETTE CASEY "A1l around gal. " ill RONNIE CASTER "Heck with it. " 13' f' ,-nf 49 RAY COLEMAN "Traveling on. " LEWIS DSFRIES "Give me five minutes more." ff T.:-f , ,avi A -.W 3555 , nm, JUDY COOKE "She possesses a charm that by no means common. " JACK DeFRIES "For women he doesn't care IO ANN CRETEN "Shorty" LELAND CRYSTAL "Dynamite comes in small X z ' V . ,4,f,4.,-xt Q. packages. " K :'i'f'1','fKff5w 2 ,+ 'JN 'f '. 5, Q ' 1 " - .A A 'iifyfg A ,K ,ke is if IANICE DAVENPORT "Well liked by all. " PAT DAHLKE "Wow! That shape. " IIJN DICKERSON "If he has any faults, he has truly deceived us, " JUNIE KAY DENNY "Ready for fun." N. HERB ETHERTON liyl, I f. J- " .,'j'r1- .LL ' . L 9 "Quiet, reserved, dignified, but tl1at's what it takes to make a man. " SHIRLEY DUERMY ER "Friendly" CHARLES DILLION "A nice guy, " SUZANNE DRUMWRIGHT "Sweet Sue" DONALD DRURY "Good nature and good sense are rightly joined." I9 ROWENA DUERMYER "Rea1ly, O,K, !" 'OA CONNIE EV ERHA RT "A precious package done up small." JOHN FRAZIER "His pleasing disposition makes him a leader of leaders. " FRANK FRITZ. "If he has nothing else to do nights, he studies. " THOMAS HART " Tall and quiet, " MYRNA GUY "She really struts her stuff. " JANICE GILLIS "Women of few words are the best. " FLOY D GARN ER "A friendly guy to all. S 7 Sgr " 5 1 ' r P JERRY GRAVETT "The dreamer. " NANCY FERRIN "One accomplished in the art of making friends." H RONNIE HILLERS 'A nice guy to know. " RAY ETTA HARTFORD "Don't ever change, " JACK HELLEBUYCK "A real athlete with athletic tastes, " MICHAEL HERMANN friends are numberless his enemies few. " EDWIN HOLLAN DSW ORTH "Courtesy is the key to success, " CLIFFORD HOWARD "Nancy has his heart. " MARIE HULS "I'm always chasing rain- bows, " MARJORIE HURST 'A sunny personality. " ELLA FAYE HURT DICK INLOW "A twinkle of mischief in every glance, " PAT JENKINS "Fun to know. " Shy Gal ROBERT L. JOHNSON "Really swell. " f . ROBERT E, JOHNSON "A tall industrious lad who aims high, " BILL JOHNSON "A friend of yours, " BARBARA JOHNSON "Smiles" LARRY JONES "I like the girls, I really think "I do. " BETTE MARIE KEELE "Say it with music, " IEANELLEN JONES "Nice, " BILL KELSO "Attention girls, I'm one in a million. " SANDRA KETNER "Never a dull moment when she 's around, " CAROL KING "A good girl. " f 5 SESS 5' FREDERICK JOHNSON "If football were music, he'd be the whole brass band. " CAROLYN KING "A friendly lass. " IUANITA KING "A sweet girl with sweet ways. " RONNIE LINDSAY "Oh, if I could just sleep all day." CHARLES KIRCH "Short but mighty , " RICHARD LEATON "Dig me later, " ANNA MARIE KNIGHT "Fair thoughts and happy hours attend you. " IUDITH KNOWLES "Sweet and friendly, " f IUDY LAVIN "What's this dull town to meg he's not near, " 24 NANCY LANDERS "Sweet disposition, " DOROTHY LINDSTROM "A nose for news. " Z' LINDA LONG "Prisoner of Love. " KX' Xu BILL MCCANE "His mind is on his studies, '46 WYNNE MASON "She 's more fun. " ' 'L ' 'L 'O'ii 'W:fi'i' 'N ' IEANNE MILLS Q i V f - "She's a cutie, ' 1 . V , A ig sg Q I JIM MCCURRY "Tall, dark and handsome, " PAT MOHR "Her wit brightens many a day." JOHN MCFARLAND "Without a car, life is no more, " has 'Q' SANDRA MONGER "A little bit of bad in every good little girl. " CURTIS NUTT "Shy Guy." MARK MOREHOUSE "Anchors Aweigh. " Danni., He hath a stern look but a RONALD MORRISON "Thou swell. " "WZ 5, P N tt Nb RICHARD MONTGOMERY ----. .Mo og X ""' A sr X X gentle heart. " DARYL NORTHCOTT "A better man is hard to find, 3, V r .K A , , U . ,it 'O' , R . r.r,qM.LQ4 J tli A "hw, E ANNALOY NICKUM "She's new this year and gets our cheer, " RONNIE NICHOLSON "He would stop St. Peter's roll call to ask a question, BARBARA PAINE "A true friend is forever a friend, " KliNNl3TH OGLE l-lc has fallen in love, "vit is SHIRLEY PECK "As sweet as they come, as s JU DY PHELAN "Always in demand T LARRY POINTELIN "Quiet, " 1-it AEILEEN POPPLEWELL "Arkansas bound, " BEVERLY RANK "Swell, all around gal. " LORENE RAY "Her hair is her crowning glory, GF I SHARON RING A mce VOICC a nice person- altty a mce glfl. " HELEN REAGAN "Charming, " PAT SCHMIDT "Naturally nice. " fl- 24' Syl ...N 39 X KEITH RILEY "The right sort of man, DAVID ROBERTSON "I want what I want when want it, " Ni -. I 1-xv. fag' in t ,x .. v s Qs nf' 2' Q Q Q, - ...tav,ql' v 'KI I ttf, 1 Q I 1, CHARLES RU NIONS "Romeo. " , ,fifz if I LTIA 1 ff' HAROL D ROGERS "Leadership is a great virture, " KATHY ROCK "A nice mixture of fun and dignity. " TOMMY SELBY "American Boy. " Id DARRELL SHEL TON "I like the girls I really think o. " JANET suocxry HPCPPY. Plus. " nan 'N BERTHA SKAGGS 'Short and Sweet. CLIFFORD SMITH "Happy -go-lucky. " CAROLYN SMITH High and Mighty. " ., f fim- .. . N... ...u ... . + uni 1. .. v Q. - .nn . ..f n 1' Aw'-. JAMES SHOEMAKE "A little bit of bad in every good little boy. " LARRY O, SMITH "He likes tO talk. " 'iii ' ' BJ. J! 'Y -'-:"" ' is 29 Q . I I JOHN SMOTHERMAN "Anything goes, " RICHARD SPARKS "He studies art--the art of pretty girls. " SHERMAN STAFFER "Real nice, " ELDA STALEY "A little girl who is always ready to laugh out loud. " MA RY S WINNEY "Edison never invented anything with more noise than she." MYRNA SWEET "Stay as you are and have friends forever, " LINN STEWART "Simply sweet, " A 4 LARRY STEPHENS "There'll be life, love and laughter, " SHARON TANNER "Good natured. " CHARLOTTE TAYLOR "I dO. " 1. ' -A 4 , .5 5 Mfgf: -wb SY' , 1-' r JAMES TAYLOR "A11 around guy. DELORES THOELE "Her polite ways, gives her our okay." DONNA THOMAS "Homesick- -that's all. " FRANCES THOMAS "Silent sort. " JILL TEAGUE "A friendly gal, " RICHARD THOMAS "Ye gads. " i L -X w w- 'sw f A-1,53-' - RU TH THOMAS "shy Gal, " WANITA THOMPSON "Her heart is in the Junior class, " LARRY VINCENT "Women prefer blondes. " BARBARA WALKER "1t's nice to be natural, when you are naturally nice." JANICE TINSLEY "Blushing Bride, " BEVERLY TOMLINSON 1 "Happiness bound. " CHARLOTTE TOMLINSON "I may be short, but I've got some line." EVELYN VENABLE "I'm a big girl now. " 32 DICK WEAVER "Merri1y, merrily shalll live." DAVID WEAR " Ta lka tive " Q QW Q , I A I if 1 MIKE WOODSON A friend oi everyone" GARY YOCUM "He is l1llI'1S61fg what more Q need be said." 33 A It JOHN WEDDLE "That sounds like a winner. " JOHN YURGEL "He's not as solemn as he looks." NADINE WILCOXSON "Just one little smile and life is worthwhile, " ALBERTA ZIMMERLI "The one who talks the least may think the most." SENIOR ALDRIDGE. GLORIA Y-Teens 1.2 3 4- Pe Club 1 2 3 4- Nurses Club 45 G A.A . . . P . . . . , . . 1. 2.3.45 Bible Club 3.45 Bowling l.2.3,45 Homeroom Officer 25 Safety Club 4. ALEXANDER. MARY KAY Y-Teens l.2,3.4. fOfficer 415 G.A.A. l.2,3.4. fOfficer 3.415 Student Council 45 Bowling 1,25 Homeroom Officer 2.3.45 Tur- nerite Royalty 4. ANDREWS, JIM Track 2.35 Football 2.3.45 Band 1.25 Junior Play. Thespians3.4. QOfficer 415 Student Council 1.35 Bo s State5 Senior Play5 Home- roorgr Officer 1.3.45 Turnerite Royally 45 Radio Club 45 Science Clu 3. ARMENTA. MANUEL Track l.2.3,45 Basketball 45 Football l.2.3,45 Choir 3.4. ASPLUND, MARGARET Y-Teens 15 Booster 45 Bible Club l.2.3.4. ATKINSON. GENE Basketball 2. BAIN. BILLIE Y-Teens 25 G.A.A. 2.3.4. fOfficer 41: Booster 45 Girls State5 Homeroom Officer 2. BARNETT. ROXY Raytown 1.2.35 Pep Club 45 G.A.A. 45 Booster 45 Debate Team 45 Bowling 2.3. BARR. LOUISE Y-Teens 2.35 Pep Club 2.3.45 G.A.A. l.2.3,45 Booster 45 Band 1.2.35 Homeroom Officer 4. BEAL. JACK Football 1.2. BEARD. BETTY Westport High 15 Shawnee Mission North 2.3. BEERY. JOHN Track 15 Basketball l.2.3,45 Football 1.2.35 T-Club3.45 Home- room Officer 2. 3.4. BELT. BOB Football 2.3.45 T-Club 4, BELT, DURWARD Track 25 Basketball 1.25 T-Club 35 Homeroom Officer l. BIRD. DANNY Hi-Y l.2,3.4. QOfficer 315 Basketball l.2.3,45 Football 15 T- Club 3,45 Booster 45 Class Officer 15 Homeroom Officer l.2.3,45 Turnerite Royalty 45 Science Club 3.4. BLACKBURN. NORMAN Basketball 15 Homeroom Officer 2.3. BLASCHE, STEVE Basketball 15 Turnerite 45 Junior Play-5 Thespians 3.45 Thespian Play 35 Homeroom Officer 1. 2.3.45 urnerite Royalty 4. BLY . HERB BOWEN, ROSEMARY Y-Teens 3.45 Nurses Club 3.45 Bible Club 3,45 Argentine 1.2. BOYD. RICHARD Safety Club 45 Shawnee Mission North 35 Phoenix Union High 3. BROWN. MYRNA Y-Teens 45 G.A.A. 15 Student Council 1.25 BibleClub 45 Bowling 45 Homeroom Officer l.2,3.4. BUTLER. PAT Pep Club '25 G.A.A. 1.2.35 Drill Team 3.4. CAMPBELL. MARSHA Y -Teens 1. 2.3.4. lOfficer 2.3.415 PepClub 1. 2.3.45 Cheerlead- er 1.2.45 Turnerite 45 Junior Play5 Student Council 2.35 Safety Club 3.4. lOfficer 3.415 Class O ficer 35 Senior Play5 Pep Clu Queen 45 Homeroom Officer l.2,3.4. CASEY . JANETTE Y-Teens 2.3.4. lOfficer 415 Pep Club 2.3.4. fOfficer415 Cheer- leader 45 G.A. A. 2.3.45 Junior Play5 Student Council 2.4. iOf- ficer 415 Senior Play5 Bowling 2.3.4. q0fficer 315 Homeroom Of- ficer 2.45 Turnerite Royalty 45 St. Joseph 1. CASTER. RONNIE Homeroom Officer 1. COOKE. JUDY Y-Teens l.2.3,45 G.A.A. l.2,3.4. fOfficer 315 Band 1.2.35 Junior Play5 Girls Stare5 Safety Club 3.4, 1Officer 3.415 Senior Play5 Bowling 2.3.45 Homeroom Officer 2,45 Turnerite Royalty 4. CRETEN. JOANN Y4Teens 1.45 Pep Club 1.2.35 Drill Team 35 Bowling 1.2. CRYSTAL. LELAND Track l.2.3,45 Basketball 1.25 Football l.2.3,45 T-Club 3.4: Homeroom Officer 3. DAHLKE. PAT Y-Teens l.2,3.4. tOfficer 415 Pep Club l.2,3.4. lOfficer 415 Homecoming Queen 45 Homecoming Attendant 35 Junior Play5 Student Council 3.45 Senior Play5 Bible Club 45 Homeroom Of- ficer 1.2,45 Miss Turner High School 4. DAVE PORT, JANICE 5 Y-Teens 1.2.35 Pep Club 2.35 Bowling 2.35 Homeroom Officer 2.4. DE FRIES. JACK tifrack lg Basketball 1.2.35 Football 35 Choir 25 Homeroom Of- icer 4. DENNY. JUNIE KAY Y-Teens 1.2.45 Pep Club 1.25 G.A.A. 45 Bowling 1,45 Bible Club 1.2.45 Homeroom Officer 1. DICKERSON. DON Thespians 45 Safety Club 45 Senior Play5 All-School Play 45 Turnerite Royalty 45 Rosemont Junior High 15 R. L. Paschal High 25 Abraham incoln High 3. DILIDN. CHARLES Track 3,45 Basketball 1.25 Student Council 45 Homeroom Officer 45 Science Club 3. DRUMWRICHT. SUE Choir 3.45 Junior Play5 Thespians 45 Senior Play5 All-SchoolPlay 45 Ward High 1.2. DRURY. DON Hi-Y 25 Safety Club 35 Bible Club 2.3.4. DUERMYER. ROWENA Y-Teens 35 Bible Club 3.4. DUERMYER. SHIRLEY ETHERTON. HERB Hi-Y 35 Track 35 'Football 35 T-Club 3.45 Student Council 35 glogneroom Officer 2.35 Chess Club 3. lOfficer 315 Paeso High c ool 1. Bible Club 1.2. 3.4. EVERHART. CONNIE Y-Teens 2.3.45 G.A.A. l.2.3,45 Safety Club 45 Bible Club 45 Bowling 3. FERRIN. NANCY Senior Play5 Junior Play. FRAZIER. JOHN Basketball 15 Football 15 Homeroom Officer 1.45 Turnerite Roy- alty 4. FRITZ. FRANK Track 1.25 Basketball 1.2.35 Football l.2.3,45 T-Club 45 Band 35 Choir 35 Bible Club l.2,3.4. GARNER. FLOYD Football l.2.3,45 T-Club 3.4 GlLLlS. JANlCE Y-Teens 2.3.45 Pep Club l.2.3,45 Safety Club 45 Bowling 4. GRAVETT. JERRY GUY. MYRNA Y-Teens 1.2.35 Pep Club 2.35 Band 3.4. Majoretre l.2,3.4. lHead Majorette 41. HART. TOM Booster. HARTFORD. RAYETTA Choir 45 Bible Club l.2.3,45 Bowling 1. HELLEBUYCK. JACK Football 1.2.35 Basketball Mana er 3.4. HERRMAPTN. MIKE Basketball 2.35 Student Council 1.3.45 Bible Club 2.3.45 Home- room Officer 3.4. HILLERS. RONNIE Hi-Y 1.2.3.4.fOfficer 3.415 Track l.2.3,45 Blxketball 1.2.35 Football 3.45 T-Club 3.4. lOfficer 415 Band 15 Choir l.2.3,45 Student Council 1.25 Senior Play5 Homeroom Officer 3.4. HOLLANDSWORTH. EDWIN Basketball 1.2.35 Homeroom Officer 2.4. HOWARD. CLIFFORD Hi-Y l.2.3,45 Student Council 2.45 Bible Club 1.25 Homeroom Officer 1.2. HURST, MARJORIE Y-Teens l.2.3,45 Pep Club 35 G.A.A. l.2,3.4. QOfficer 215 Band 1.2.35 Bowling 1.2.4. fOfficer 415 Bible Club 3.45 Home- room Officer 3. HURT. ELLA FAYE Y-Teens l.2.3,45 Bible Club 2.3.4. INIDW. DICK Student Council 15 Safety Club 35 Bible Club 45 Homeroom Of- ficer 2. 3.4. JENKINS. PAT JOHNSON. BARBARA , JOHNSON. BILL DEE Football 15 Homeroom Officer 1.2. JOHNSON. FRED Basketball 3.45 Football 3.4. JOHNSON. ROBERT L. Bible Club 45 Homeroom Officer 2.3.4. JONES. LARRY Hi-Y 3.4. lOfflcer 415 Basketball2.35 Student Council3.45 French Club 2. 35 Old Mission Junior Hi h l. JONES. JEANELLEN KEELE. BETTE Y-Teens l.2.3,45 Band l.2.3,45 Choir 2.3.45JuniorPla1y5Thes- plans 2.3.4. lOfficer 3,415 Safety Club 3,45 Debate eam 45 All-School Play 45 Tumerlte Royalty 45 Swing Band 2.3.4. KELSO. BILL Lilllngtorr High School 1.2. KETNER. SANDY Y-Teens 1. 2.3.41 lOfficer 415 Nurses Club 4. tOfficer 415 Drill Team 35 Band 1.2.35 Student Council 35 Bible Club 3.45 Bowling 2.45 Homeroom Officer l.2,3.4. KING. CAROL Bible Club 4. Bible Club l.2,3.4. KING. CAROLYN Bible Club 4. KING. JUANITA Nurses Club 3.45 Bible Club l.2,3.4. KIRCH. CHARLES Track 15 Band l.2.3,45 Bible Club 1.25 Homeroom Officer 25 Swing Band l.2,3.4. KNIGHT. ANNA Choir 3.45 Bible Club 2.3.4. KNOWLES. JUDY Pep Club 1.2.3.45 Turnerite 45 Choir 3.45 Student Council 45 Homeroom Officer 2. ACTIVITIES LANDERS. NANCY Y-Teens l.2.3.44 Pep Club 1.24 Student Council 44 Bowllng 24 Homeroom Officer 1.2. LAVIN. JUDY Y-Teens l.2.3.44 Pep Club 14 Band 2.3.4. Majorette 2.3.44 Bowllng l.2.3.44 Homeroom Offlcer 1.2.4. LEATON. RICHARD Football 14 Safety Club 3.44 Homeroom Officer 3. LINDSAY . RONALD Homeroom Offlcer 1. LINDSTROM. DOROTHY Y-Teens 2.44 Pep Club 34 Booster 44 Cholr 44 Junior Play4 Thes- plans 44 Student Counctl 34 Senlor Play4 Blble Club 3.44 Bowllrlg LONG . IJNDA fy 44 clmwn High l. Y-Teens l.2.3.44 Band 1.2.34 Junior Pla 4 Thesplans 44 Blble Club l.2.3.44 Bowllng 3.44 Homeroom Of lcer 3.44 Swlng Band 1.2. MCCANE. BILL Football 2.3.44 Junior Play4 Boys State4 Senlor P1ay4 Blble Club 2,35 Homeroom Offlcer 14 Science Club 3. MCCURRY. JIM Hi-Y 1,2.3.4.1OffIcer 3,414 Track l.2.3.44 Football 1.2.3444 Basketball l.2.3.44 T-Club 3.4. QOffIcer 414 Tumerlte 44 Band 1.2.34 Junlor Play4 Class Offlcer 24 Senlor Play4 Bible Club 1.24 Homeroom Offlcer 1.2.34 Tumerlte Rczyalty 44 SwIngBand 1.2.3. McFARLAND.J HN HI-Y 3.4. QOfflcer 414 Track 3.44 T-Club 3,42 f0ff1cer 3.414 Safety Club 3.4. 1OffIcer 3.414 Class Offlcer 3.44 Blble Club 1. 2.3. 4 Homeroom Offlcer 2.3.4. MASON. WYNNE Y-Teena 1,2.3,4: Pep Club 1.2.3.44G.A.A. l.2.3.44 Ch0lt3. 44 Blble Club 1.2.3. fOfflcer 31. MILLS. JEANNE Y-Teena 3.44 Pep Club 3.44 BlbleClub44BowlIng 44 Rosedale 1.2. MONGER, SANDY Y-Teens 1.2431 Nurses Club 3.4. QOfflcer 314 Drlll Team 3.44 MOREHOUSE. MARK MORRISON. RONNIE Track l.2.3.44 Football 24 T-Club 3.44 Cholr 44 Debate Team 44 Senlor Play 44 Blble,Club 4. NICHOLSON. RONNIE Blble Club 1. 2. 3. Football 4. NICKUM. ANNALOY Pep Club 1.2. 3.44 Band 44 Cholr 44 Senlor Play 44 Swlng Band 44 Desoto Hlgh School 1. 2. 3. NORTHCOTT. DARYLL Hl-Y 1.2.34 Track 1.24 Basketball 34 Football 2.3.44 Cholr 3,44 Junlor PIay4 Senlor Play4 Blble Club l.2.3.4. NUTT. CURTIS Basketball Manager 14 Football Managler 14 Cholr 3. OGLE. KE HI-Y 2.3.44 Band 1.24 Junior PIay4 Student Council 1.24 Class Offlcer 3.44 Blble Club 44 Turnerlte Kialg 44 Swing Band 2. PAINE. BARBA Y-Teens 2.3.44 Pep Club 2.3.44 G.A.A. 24 Booster 44 Drill Team 34 Junlor Play. Thesplans 3.44 Thesplan Play 3- Debate Team 44 St, Play4 B ble Club 34 All-School Play 44 owllng 2.4. PECK. SHIRLEY Y-Teens l.2.3.44 Pep Club 24 Turnerlte 44 Drlll Team 34 Junlor PIEV4 Student Council 24 Thesplan Play 44 Senlor Pl?y4 BIbleClub 1. .3.44 Bowlln! 1.2.3. lOff cer 214 Homeroom 0 leer I,2,4Q Prom Correspon ent 4. PHELAN. JUDY Y-Teens l.2.3.44 Pep Club l.2.3.4. l0fflcer 3.414 Cheerleader 2.44 G.A.A. 1.2.3. 4 Safety,Club 3.4. iOffIcer 3.414 Class Of- flcer 14 Blble Club l.2.3.44 ep Club Queen 34 Bowllng l.2.3.4. f0fflcer 3.414 Homeroom Officer l.2.3.44 Tumerite Queen 4. POINTELIN. LARRY RANK. BEVERLY Y-Teens 2.3.4. Q0fflcer 414 Pep Club .l.2.3.44 Senlor Pllyg Homeroom Offlcer l.2.3.4. RAY. LORENE Homeroom Offlcer 3.44 Washln ton 1. REAGAII. HELEN Y-Teens l.2.3.4. fOffIcer 414 Pep Club 14 Drill Team 34 Junlor Pla 4 Thesgllans 3.44 Senlor Play4 Blble Club l.2.3.44 Homeroom 'Offlcer 44 urnerlte Royalty 44 Contest Play 1. RILEY. KEITH Track 24 Football 34 Choir 2.3.44 Homeroom Offlcer 4. RING. SHARON Y-Teens l.2.3.4. tOfftcer 3.414 Pep Club 34 Drill Team 34Band 1.24 Bowllng 3.4. fOfflcer 414 Homeroom Offlcer 2. ROBERTSON. DAVE ROCK. KATHY Y-Teena l.2.3.4. QOfftcer 2.3.414 Pep Club 2.34 Cheerleader 24 G.A. A. 1.2.3. fOffIcer 214 Turnerlte4 Student Council 34 Class Offlcer 14 Senlor Pla 4 Bowlln 1.24 Homeroom Offlcer 1.2.34 Turnerlte Royalty 44 A.R. Ggood Cltlzen 4. ROGERS. HAROLD HI-Y 2.3.44 Band 1.2.34 Student Council Offlcer 44 All-School Play 44 Homeroom Offlcer 1.34 Swing Band 1.2.3. SCHMIDT. AT SELBY. TOM Basketball 1.2.3. Safety Club 4. SHELTON. DARRELL sl-log:lcEY. JANET Y-Teens l.2.3.44 Pep Club l.2.3.44 Cheerleader 2.3.4. lHead Cheerleader 414 G. A. A 1.2.3.-1. Turnerlte. Junior Play 34 Thes- plans 44 Student Council 2.4. fOfflcer 414 Safet Club 3.4. iOf- icer 414 Senlor Play4 Blble Club l.2.3.44 Alyl-School Play 44 Bowllng l.2.3.44 Homeroom Offlcer l.2.3.44 Turnerlte Royalty. sl-lol5MAKls, JIM Basketball 24 Turnerlte 44 Choir 2.3.44 Junior Play4 Thea lans 3. 44 Student Council 1.24 All-School Play 44 Homeroom Olaflcer 1. 2.3: Tumerite Royal? 4. KAGGS. BERTHA ANN gfeehi 1.2.3.4: Pep Club 1.24 BowlIng3.44 Homeroom Offlcer SMITH. CAROLYN Y-Teens 1.2.3.44Senlor Pla 4 Blble Club l.2.3.4. SMITH. CLIFFORD I-Il-Y 14 Basketball 14 Football 1.2.3. SMITH. LARRY HI-Y l.2.3.44 Track 14 Football 2.34 Choir 3.44 Thesplans 44 St. Play4 All-School Play 44 Science Club 4. SMOTHERMAN. JOHN SPARKS. RICHARD 'mek 3.4. Basketball 1.2.3. Football l.2.a,44 T-Club 44 amd l.2.3.44 Homeroom Offlcer 1.2.34 Swlrl Band l.2.3.4. STAFFER. SHERMAIW Track 3.44 Basketball 2.3.44 Football 44 Blble Club l.2.3.44 STEPHENS. LARRY H1-Y 44 Homeroom Offlcer 3. STEWART, LINN Y-Teens 2,31 Drlll Team 3.44 Bll51eC1ub1.24 PhotographyClub 2. SWEET. MYRNA Argentine 2. Homeroom Offlcer. Y-Teens l.2.3.44 Drlll Team 2.3.44 Band 1.2.34 Choir 44 Bible Club 2.3.44 Bowllng 1. SWINNEY. MARY Y-Teens l.2.3.44 Pep Club 2,32 Basketball 44 G.A.A. l.2.3.4. qOfflcer 3.414 Booster 44 Band 34 Junior Pla 4 Safety Club 34 Sen- ior Play4 Bowllng 1.24 Homeroom Offlcer 113. TAYIDR. CHARLOTTE Y-Teens 1.2.34 Pep Club 1,243.44 Nurses Club 3.4. 1Offlcer 414 Drill Team 34 Band 3.44 Blble Club 1.2.34 Majorette 44 Bowllng TAYLOR. JIMMIE E. Track 1.24 Choir 14 Safer Club 3. 1.2.4. TEAGUE. JILL Nurses Club 3.4: Bible Club 4. THOEIE. DELORES THOMAS. FRANCES Blble Club l.2.3.4. fOfflcer 3.41. THOMAS. RICHARD Junior Play 34 Senlor Playr. HOMAS. RUTH Bible Club l.2.3.4. . THOMPSON. WANITA Y-Teens 1.2.34 Bowllngr1.2.34 Homeroom Offlcer 3.4. I INSLEY. .IANICE Y-Teens 14 Chou' 2,33 Junior Play4 Thea lans 3.4. fOfflcer 414 Blble Club 14 Bowllng 1.2.44 Homeroom Sfflcer, TOMl.lNSON. BEVERLY Y-Teens 2.3.44 Peg'Club l.2.3.44 Nurses Club 34 Blble Club 4. OMLINSON. CHARIDTTE Y-Teens l.2.3.44 Pep Club 34 Safety Club 44 Blble Club 1.2.3. 44 Bowllng 3: Homeroom Offlcer. VENABLE. EVELYN VIGO. JUDY Berryton High School 1. 2.3. VINCENT. LARRY Choir 34 Homeroom Offlcer l.2.3.4. WALKER. BARBARA Y-Teens 1.2,3,4: Pep Club 1.2.34 Blble Club 1.2.34 Bowllng 1. Pep Club l,2. 2.3.4. WEAR. DAVID Track 2.34 Basketball 44 Football 3,44 T-Club 44 Choir 3.4. WEDDLE. JOHN Track l.2.3.44 Basketball 1.24 Football l.2.3.44 T-Club 3.4. fOffIcer 414 Booster 44 Junior Play 34 Boys State4 Debate Team 44 Cllasa4Offlcer 44 Senlor Play4 Homeroom Offlcer 34 Turnerlte Roy- a ty . WIICOXSIN. NADINE WOODSON. MIKE Basketball 1.2. YOCUM. GARY Track 2.3.44 Basketball 1.2.34 Football l.2.3.44 T-Club 3.44 Chglg 33 Student Councll 2.34 Senlor Play 44 Homeroom Offlcer ' ' ' ' YURGEL.JOHN Choir 44 Student Council 34 Bible Club 4. ZIMMERLI. ALBERTA Student Councll 1.24 Homeroom Offlcer 2. MOHR. PAT Pep Club 2.3.44 Nurses Club 3.44 Band 2.3.44 Blble Club 3.44 Bowllng 44 Homeroom Offlcer 2.3. HERB'S SERVICE 5417 Kansas Avenue Kansas City, Kansas HARSHBARGER'S DRY GOOD 3417 Strong Avenue Kansas City, Kansas GOLD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 2915 Strong Avenue Kansas City, Kansas GODARD BROS. GROCERY 6740 Kaw Drive Muncie, Kansas SENIOR PARTY SI-IALINSKY DRUGS 3418 Strong Avenue Kansas City, Kansas MURRAY ELECTRIC CO. 829 Minnesota Avenue Kansas City, Kansas MISSION STATE BANK Johnson 8: Nall Kansas City, Kansas BRUNK INSURANCE 3204 Strong Avenue Kansas City Kansas 36 FINKEMEIER BAKERY 3105 Strong Avenue Kansas City, Kansas CREST STANDARD SERVICE 51st. 8a Gibbs Road Kansas City, Kansas ARNOLD DRUG CO. 3218 Strong Avenue Kansas City, Kansas AMERICAN SAND Sc MATERIAL CO. 5731 Kansas Avenue Kansas City, Kansas U fi Fi -Q M-HBWQ rw.. U1 ea- J 3-vm, ja. ' :Ili-K wif JU NIOI? CLASS OFFICERS Herb Taylor . . President JIZ77 Gr1'ff7n . Vice -Presidenf Larry Honno. . . . 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' V mfs L M G A A MEMBERS, FIRST ROW-Judy Frazier Pat Hart Patty Burris Connie Everhart SECOND ROW Janice Phelan Gail Rodgers Barbara Landrum Connre Magee Lourse Barr Janet Shocke THIRD ROW 12111106 Woods Jud Cooke Roberta Sr 3 ar J P 'V' I 'w'f'- 11" .yn ss: ROW ONE: John Dudley, Frank Bartlett, Bruce Pugh , Leland Crystal, Ron Morrison. ROW McCane, Bob Hall, Steve Yates, Dan Bird, Jim Andrews, Gary Yocum, Bob Kane. John Belt, T-CLUB PLEDGE I pledge allegiance to the Tur- ner High School T-Club and to the high ideals for which it stands, its good sportsmanship, high athletic standards,, and during my years of attendance to uphold these to the best of my ability. The initiation for T-Club this year was washing school busses. The new members said their oath at the initiation party. . W sighs J wx' T, ' 2 I I 5 'Q' - if - A ,L ggyiisfi 7 ,1t,.1zt,1, ' J ,J , i, . .wx . K 'Wm ,,"kk ,ll , ,...,, ,a,,r, ,Nik ' JOHN WEDDLE if President P4 ' , A ,, s ' P 9 Ks J , RONNIE HILLERS Vice-President ,. wi. ,airy-.,:, ,f E xfhiliifiezi T W sff .llffffi - .sw fi f " ' 9, 'WR' 1+ -.. sei:-2 ,. fz:??1:42f2isL J. '-:::- ,M ,s,s.,,wr,sE,a.,. -,X ' eww E 5 -f5sf?i'Q.f iE. s t ' ' is s LJ, . Z cgi, pn, JOHN McFARLAND Secretary and Treasurer i t T L J E T l "' w rigsiffiq, i 'ana JIM MCC URRY - Program Chairman Wi 91" .-f., I TERRY BURKE Sergeant-at-arms si T .Lngf J ...r Parker, Richard Sparks, Herb Etherton, Larry TWO: Fred Johnson, Robert Caldwell, Bill Floyd Garner. ROW THREE: Dick Weaver, Moore, Larry Hopkins, Jim Crainshaw, Bob MEMBERSHIP An athlete who is awarded a varsity or 2 B-team T's in the same sport or as a student manager who has been awarded 2 managers let- ters for 2 years in succession and continues as an athletic or as a student manager through his re- maining years at Turner High Sc hoo l, unless some unforeseen circumstance keeps him from it. CHEERLEADERS INSPIRE PEP AND ENTHUSIASM To be a cheerleaderis not easy. One has to work very hard to loe- come a good cheerleader. lt takes long hours of practice, and some- timesthey losetheir voice for three or four days after a game. It is up to the cheerleader to always do a good iob, and to set an example for the other students. Karol M111er Veromca Cleaver Dorothy Routh Pat Worthington, Pat Burris, FIRST ROW: Dianne McGuire, Beverly Tomlinson, W ynne Mason, Pat Mohr, Judy Pearson, Janice Woods, Nancy Ferrin, Annalc:-ly Nickum, Nancy Billings. Jackie Mansell, Kay Klauser, Connie Hays, Sharon Lawson, Janice Phelan, Janet Feis- ley, S COND ROW: Dorothy Dyster, Charlotte Taylor, Mary Scott, Sharon Elliott, Shirley Tomlinson, Janice VanHook My rna Guy, Teresa Morrow, Lana Stewart, Judi Stevens, Jonetta Madison, Mariliyn Groves, Kay Falconer. THIRD ROW: Linda Reitz, Joyce Beery, Bette Atkinson, Helen Lunday, Judy Holmes, Geneva nright, Charlotte Innes, Gayle Taylor Judy Knowles, everly Rank, Pat Dahlke, Janice Gillis, Gloria Aldridge, Louise Barr. .L his , Tiff my l X, N .- ' flirt:-12. A ,Nj XX W J sis: . PEP CLUB OFFICERS: President: Judy Phelan, Vice-President: Pat Dalhke, Secretary 8a Treasurer: Norma Richardson, Program Chairman: Janette Casey. FIRST ROW: Gay Wells, Judy Frazier, Sandy McDonald, Karen Busch, Pam Barr, Tresa Sweet, Magge Webb, Mary Bass, Gail Rodgers, Deanne Madison, Diane Wilmore, Barbara Schumaker, Bonnie Sampel, SECOND R W: Mary Stevenson, Beverly Ligon, Connie McGreIgor, Sandra Gilhaus, Karen Ringo Linda Mason, Shirley Klein, Ilene McPherson, Susan Pon- der, Lana Eakin, Margaret ush, Wanda Taylor, THIRD RO : Dorothy McCoy, Verna Whitworth, Vonnie Davis, Janice Prather, Adgie Lee, Linda Haring, Betty Sappington, Judy Cazzell, Bonnie Vestal, Nasa Antone, Marjorie Patton, Mary Alice Haefner: FOURTH ROW: Jeanne Brawner, Sharron Pitts, Joyce Norton, Cindg Gustin, Nancy Hirsch, Diane Stair, Linda Smith, Jan Chapin, Sau ndra Whlton, Barbara Hall, Janet Middleton, Diane uffett. FIFTH ROW: Marilyn Smith, Delores Spin dler, Donna Johnson, Shirley Greer, Pat Hart, Roberta Jean, Joyce Voth, Shirley Strome, Margaret Luce, Marguerite Johnson, Mary Woodson. UNICEF, United Nations Children Fund is an Judy Lavin, Carol Peterson, and Bev annual project for THSY-Teens. The money Rank are shown collecting money for collected by Y-Teen girls is sent overseas UNICEF. to help needy children. Kathy Rock, Sandy Ketner, Mary Kay Alexander, Wynne Mason, Pat Dahlke, Beverly Rank Y-TEEN MEMBERS N. Ferrin, B. Walker, M. Swinney, J. Phelan, J. Denny, J. Creten, P. Mohr, M. Brown, M. Cole, N. Landers, C. Tomlinson, B. Provence. ROW TWO: J. Berry, J. Phelan, J. Stevens, V. Harkness, J. Feisley, G. En- right, J. Cook, E. Hurt, J.Gillis, B. Coats, N. Dale, J. Zimmerman. ROW THREE: B. Atkinson, N. Billings, S. Lawson, K. Klausler, L. Stewart, J. Woods, J. VanHook, S. Tomlinson, B. Tinsley, G. Aldridge, J. Madison, M. Holt. ROW FOUR: B. Bollinger, E. Trowbridge, P. Connell, C. Evans, G. Lindstrom, G. Taylor, H. Lunday, C. Innes, R. Hartford, C. Everhart, D. Thoele, S. Stevenson. ROW FIVE: O. Skaggs, S. Stevenson, B. Paine, R. Bowen, L. Long, J. Mills, J. Lavin, S. Peck, S. Rockwell, M. Harris, S. Davis, B. Tomlinson, M. Bosler. , .e. on Y-TEEN MEMBERS G. Odell, B. Elkins, T. Sweet, P. Barr, P. Johnson, K. Busch, J. Brown, C. Reeder, J. Frazier, C Davis, J. Voth, V. Cleaver, J. Bachman, P. Hart. ROW TWO: K. Cooper, S. Potvin, S. McDonald J. Buschhusen, M. Smith, S. Klein, D. Madison, C. Webb, C. Peterson, P. Stephens, L. Juvenal, J. Johnson, J. Maxwell. ROW THREE: D. Duffet, S. Greer, K. Ring, I. McPherson, M. Sullivan, P. Riley, B. Hall, J. Middleton, J. Chapin, E. Jones, P Folsom, E. Nutt, B. Cooke, M. Woodson. ROW FOUR: B. Eden, M. Haefner, P. Worthington, C. McGregor, L. Osborn, M. Moore, G. Franklin, L. Heitman, S. VanDyke, M. Whitmill, B. Hilton, J. Banks, S. Kent, M. Luce. ROW FIVE:B Ligon, M. Patton, D. Worthington, S. Brus, K. Merrell, P. Burris, N. Antone, D. Routh, L. Mason, G. Wells, S. Pitts, S. Strome, J. Prather. Marsha Campbell, Sandy Greshman, Helen Reagan, Karan Heustis, Verna Whitworth, Sharon Ring ' CMt'J5.fl2 I One of the Y-Teen projects this year was This Christmas display was another project of the the orphauChristmas party. It was a great Y-Teens. Shirley Peck, Janet Shockey and success. Marsha Campbell admire this display. 65 'N 1 ills' Q S ki y SAFETY CLB JUDY COOKE JOHN MCFARLANL President Vice-President as hi JANET SHOCKEY JUDY PHEI-AN Treasurer SCCYCIHIY i i - . MARSHA CAMPBELL K BILL HEINEKEN Sergeant-at-Arms Program Chairman SAFETY CLUB MEMBERS, ROW ONE: B. Anderson, B. Carroll, M. Oestmann, R. Leaton, D. Weathers. ROW TWO: B. Tinsley, L. Vincent, T. Selby, R. Boyd, D. Pendergrass, S, Yates. ROW THREE: C. Everhart, J. Sutton, B. Smalley, H. Graham, B. Johnson, R. Messinger, W. Ninemire, R. Thompson. ROW FOUR: C. Archambeault, G. Taylor. J. House, T. Patton, H. Proctor, B. Kelso, B. Ferrin. ROW FIVE: N. Antone, L. Heitman, L. Juvenal, B. Landrum, L. Wyatt, K. Cooper, B. Keele, D. Post. ROW SIX: L. Lawson, G. Wells, J. Stafos, J. Buschhusen, B. Li- gon. J. Frazier. ROW SEVEN: N. Ferrin, M. Johnson, S. McDona1cI, B. Cooke, J. Gillis. ROW TWO: Reagan, Long, Lundy, Gresham, Voth. ROW THREE: Alvey, Tiderman, Lindstrom, Holmes, Paine, Drumwright, Weaver. ROW FOUR: Dickerson, Carroll, Shoemake, Mixer, Hanna, Blasche, Thomas, Walker, Lynch. W QE J! ge S J Q X Rx , 4 R Y H 'X 2 w 5 if av 1 1 L n. K, ., M, e M' Q , f ,vi W W QQ, VW K f Q I gp f X -1 ,. W, A if P' 'J 335 QQ f fx I 'Q 3 I W i g x x wig- E. f Vg: ' 12 fm x CLOCKWISE: Myers, Quilty, Clelland, Miller, Bartlett, Heinekin, Hanna, Hart, Kireh, McCurry, O'Neill, Hall, Williamson, Meeker, Petty, Lyneh, Bly, Walker, Smith, Condron, Post, Howard, Seheirbaum, Weathers, Rogers, Bartlett, Keller, Bird, Proctor, Carroll, Bise, Jones, Craig, Brown, Way, Felt, Anderson, Graham, Crane, my HI-Y ,fun 'Q ,Q -- 3, ,., , .am f gf, - K , W,1g,,Q,f,. 'iff , 113, 22 M' r . L .'1,5?QfiY 1---. 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N W x I, wif S E4 .X E X SN 'A 'AVL N X v QNX N Q Q if Zvi gig l 5 Q ' E , xiii 1- .1 X311 ' gi A , N962 XS. if gf-5 N 5 533 1 Sr LELA ND CRYSTA L Buck BOB CALDWELL Tackle MANUELARMENTA Guard SHERMAN STAFFER Tackle its- X MMOG' Y ...R Q RICHARD SPARKS BOB BELT LARRY PARKER E Back Tackle Back XWT x f GARY YECUM RON E-IICLLERS Haig TAYLOR Bac n Center HM MCCURRY DICK WEAVER CHARLES O'NElLL End Center Tackle JOHN WEDDLE FRED JOHNSON TERRY BURKE Back Back Back B05 'HAIL BRUCE' PTRKERT -A Q Back , Guard JOHN PETTEY I "A, .. Back ' 'Argentine Osawotomie Paolo Olathe Bonner Atchison Washington I Rosedale F X -fp JOHQN DUDLEY Shawnee N' MATIAS CAMPOS Back End A 1 X .swf FRANK FR1 TZ Tackle Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner A.. ,, rrlrfbfmiff ROW ONE: Gary Yocum, Matias Campos, Bruce Parker, Leland Crystal, Larry Parker. ROW TWO: John Dudley, Bob Caldwell, Manual Armenia, Charles O'Neil1, RichardaSparks, Fred Johnson. ROW THREE: Ronnie Hillers, Dick Weaver, Herb Taylor, Sherman Staffer, Bob Hall, Frank Fritz. ROW FOUR: John .Weddle, Jim McCurry, Bob Belt John Petty. Terry Burke. -eww Q, I 1 an Q f"!L 1' 3 'T f V' wfkzi I f . A . 6 f,Lw ..,,,,L3F-X 1 Y- ' fy. . , - -A .2-,. '-A' , A A chsigfsfafff avz 5' '3hxn.T X + l b1 ff-fx' k f lv iff L ,rf Mifrw 5.2 Aim. Kin 'Mxr xligg if fain' X , V rr-Mun:-Hllikfs ' ' V ' . Y . gay , . - .- . -Q , ,br 1- , ,1- BACK ROW: Nickum, Northcott, Garrett, Petty, Caldwell, Meeker, Taylor, Fritz, O'Nei11, DeFries, Tripp, Acton, Thompson. ROW TWO: Parker, Pack, Staffer, Brown, Mixer, Hall, Andrews, McCurry, McCl1en, Keller. ROW THREE: Coach Baker, Campos, Messinger, Lawson, Garner, Ward. Felt, Wear, lngold, Pugh, Quilty, Coach Waugh. FRONT ROW: Miller, Mt-Kane, Carroll, Anderson. A ESHMEN p BACK ROW: Assistant Coach Strandberg, Robinson, Baker, Turney, Denny, Fleming, Belshe, Head Coach Claflin. ROW TWO: Russell, Hay, Kane, Carpenter, Fuller, Meeker, Swinney, Paine. ROW THREE: Kelley, Ellis, Everhart, Taylor, Grozier, Mansell, Thomas, Hopkins. FRONT ROW: Maxy, Schreckengaust, Smith, Moore. MISSING FROM Pl TURE: Mike Barker. A , s ,... 3 C LE' 2 nf iw' Q v7.,,, f., .JE 1 41.14 , A3 "3 Q 'kt W? 45. 'x W-A Q i ,. ., gi.. i i iw ii' 2? Guard LALR ff n B L I f f W . 2 I3 L rg 2 M-.L M W t .L W DAVID LYNCH Forward ,e in ,Wo xg .I S JOHN MOORE Forward with JIM HARRISON BILL WILLIAMSON Forward v: Q :NU Wh, 4, s ld - -.F A.. .3-r -E ,. ,-. ...........f. .frail gf .. x ff - 35 .4-ww Pv Q. M53 WW' w f,- A Q 'if ' 'lil Q 4 .....-.....-Q , L ' m,,. , wif' . 5 W -5, fs- M , ' 'L fkk- ' - :V I: '57 A-" iw . V7-'gif ,L SH f H - Q' -' 11 K f ' A rf-- fw Jr -fX' fggg:55W:1ff.ff2gf--1+ zfwmz yfai4'12414m5' . W! " I 7 k-.-.,-"" 1' My y " 2, Q ff , A ,... -,.,,- , - , 2 ' 39' ig ,gjxxhj 1 9 is 'wg E as 5- 2'w Q' 5 R . 'R Q' ff' A S.. Suxxah -ini .L-if Jr. Varsity Completes Season T V s s + s ,ax l 355?--L..? l,ljlf'l' TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: George Action, Martin Kerr G F l L , ary e I, arry Pugh. BACK ROW: Charles O'Neill, John Perry, llerh Taylor, Steve Locke. Turner Higlfs Basketball Season Basketball at Turner this season has been through its ups and downs. Primarily down Al- though the Varsity ended up on the wrong end of a 6-l4 record, the Bears played some. very commendable ball. The purpose of interscholastic sports, such as our basketball schedule provides, is to develop Turner High School boys into upstanding young men, able to take the bitter taste of defeat along with the sweetness of victory. Our basketball squad puts long hours of work dd' ' l' an rscip me into the performance witnessed on a Tuesday or Friday night. The outcome may be important for the moment, but the experience of teamwork, physical growth, and mental development, are the deciding factors in each athlete's future 81 :Tu --11:5 1 r 3 f 455 L Ron Hillers 8a Larry Parker John Moore CHOIR Q 9' Egg .PK .i flag. 'uf 1 , - A Jef-' 3 ,Q ,A ' 25? 'W me Wi me in fy! gf fs E ,, - 'R K L, , A 1' , -fv V7' vt- E f Vx kkgky .f . Gaim: if . K ,5 Q W JF if ' Q an img!! in -.. Z is viggiliim .xr 5 9 , We A M ,H Q. ,gf N.. , 'H ,N V42 z V- - M is it ew ,. . . ZV.. .,.q. , 3, ' I f ,fa K Wk ix, ,, vs 'kyy I , 2 59' jf lAqA,,, jg 1-U? QQ ,Mp r 1 Q, 31 INLAND GOLD STORAGE jOHN'S A 8a G FOOD STORE LAMBIES 6500 Inland Drive 3416 Strong Avenue 6666 RI FREEZE OLSON DAIRY Drive ISIC I 4I',Ild 6 I 5. - . blfticf SERV ICE 6 JOHNS REPAIR SERVICE 'I'urm-r Iludy Talgue Brenda rovence Beverly Liion Doris Wrig t Saunclra Walton Celia Jacob Lana Eakin Mary Bosler Glenda O'De11 Donna Johnson Joan Bachman . A Sandrakant I Gausaesm I . Diane'P:as1c16fnf aao I I I Jill l Kay fiiwibr Lindantafogaago Linda ismirhj I Phylies Conudli, 5 Lola Wyatt In I BAND MEMBERS, ROW ONE: B. Keele, C. Peterson, B. Cooke, P. Stephens, K. Cooper, J. John L. Bledsoe, J. Garrett, S. Locke, D. Bitikofer, D. Peterson, B. Tinsley. ROW THREE: S. Greer, G, Nigkum, A. Nickum. ROW FOUR: L. Grozier, C. Kirch, D. Lynch, J. Cox, R. Stewart, R, Director, L. Tiderman, L. Wyatt, C. Fletcher, G. O'De1l, J. Edgmond, E. Trowbridge, P. Kilpatrich, J. Brown, P. Mohr. I I M E O U A D L N Y I N N L D B A A R V I H N A R R I S n, B. Williams, D. Michael. ROW TWO: L. Steele, B. Lewis, D. Main,J. Chapin, T. Parrish, Vigo, J. Allen, R. Castor, J. Kireh, J. Mixer, D. Walker, S. Yates, R. Sparks, T. Johnson, nrang, J. Taylor, K. Bartels, R. Stanley, D. Tomlinson, T. Watson. ROW FIVE:JamesNeihart Jnnel, S. Oldliani, A. Johnson, R. Stevens, B. Landrum, E. Craig, S. Smith, J. Hafner, C. M C Y H R A A N R A L O 4 l 9. Q- .17 . G 1 . -M ,B U 1 , ' Y E ' I N ' ' 1 T ' A Y L O R ,Je 3 -41" N. BOOSTER STAFF Editor ..... Assistant Editor . . Feature Editor . Social Editor . . S orts Editor p .... Assistant Sports Editor. Circulation Editor . Reporter .... Photographer. . Business Manager . fi I . . . Louise Barr . . . Tom Hart Dorothy Lindstrom . . Mary Swinney . . John Weddle . . Roxy Barnett . . Barbara Paine .Margaret Asplund . . . Dan Bird . . . Billie Bain IX .-L,,,.,ws- pun . .X ,4 ,CQ is.. At .qv- -W ' . 1 4T1 S H1 RLEY PEC K Art Editor ZQ JANET SHOCKEY Activities Editor We Put It All Together ANNUAL STAFF JUDY KNOWLES Assistant Editor JIM SHOEMAKE Business M anager Editor 6 TEVE BLASC HE Photographer JIM MCC URRY Sports Editor KATHY ROCK Class Editor MARSHA CAMPBELL Juniors Present Charming Comedy The Class of '60 presented "The Guest Cottage" by William McCleery on January I5 and l7. The entire play takes place inthe guest cottage of Mr. 8. Mrs. Walter Fairchild near Washington, D.C. Hope Fairchild . . . . Helen Lunday Lyman Poole. . . . . Bill Carroll Janet Fairchild . . Celia Archambeault Mrs. Foote . . . . Mildred Sipley Helen Fairchild . . Judy Holmes Rita Forbes . . . Kaye Falconer Understudy . . . . Lana Stewart Walter Fairchild . . . Larry Hanna Mrs. Badger . . . Margaret Hunter Senator Gumes . . David Walker Bill Carroll instructs Helen Lunday on the proper handling of her father. Father is knocked down when the Senator is rudely awakened. SHOWN HERE, CLEFT TO RIGHTJ: Helen Lunday, Mildred Sipley, David Walker, Celia Archambeault, Bill Carroll, Judy Holmes, Larry Hanna, Kay Falconer. ,..,, , v,,"".' . , ., - myjgr-rg. .vw fffeff -ff f 1 V r' M sm 4 A Turner's first All-School Play, presented on Novem- ber 20-2l, was MRS. MCTHING, a comedy-fantasy by Mary Chase. Staged by F. D, Moon on two sets fthe living room shown above, the pool room belowl, three performances were given. Linda Tiderman, Sue Drum- wright, Karol Miller, Sandy Gresham, Margaret Luce, Janet Alvey, Harold Rogers, Ronnie Crane, Don Dicker- son, Beverly Ligon, Charles Thomas, Larry Smith, David Lynch, Jan Buschhusen, Joyce Voth, Bette Keele, Steve Locke, Jim Shoemake, Donna Worthington, and Barbara Paine, made up the fine cast. Many persons called this play about an ugly old witch and the spells she cast one ofthe finest shows to be presented atT. H. S. ww M W7 J..-rj5'ta ig TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON 59 i.. V v . 4' vi ' F i by it l ti as 3 W ,lla Q w X ,lu f.-- Teahouse of the August Moon, by John Patrick, isa sparkling com e d y about a young American Captain who is assigned to bring demo- cracy to the village oflobi- ki, on the island of Okinawa. Instead, he learns a great lesson in democracy, and the villagers get along dreamed of Tealiouse, even de tying the Pentagon and the United States Army. Captain Fisby and Captain Mu- Lain fBi11 McCaneJ and Tgbiki villagers watch as Sakina tries to interest Lady Astor in the brandy, IS SPARKLING SENIOR SHO Sakini . . . Captain lfisby . Colonel Purdy . Captain MacLean Sgt. Gregovich. Ancient Lady . Mr. Hokaida . Mr. Omura . Mr. Sumata. . Sun1ata's Son . Mr. Seiko . . Mr. Keora . Mr, Oshira . . Miss Higa jiga . Old Woman . . . . . .Don Dickerson . .JimShoemake Jim Andre ws Bill MacCane . . Daryl Northcott Janette Casey Larry Smith Ron Morrison Jim McCurry . Ron Hillers Gary Yocum John Weddle Dick Weaver Shirley Peck . . .Annaloy Nickum Old Woman's Daughter . .Janet Shockey Ladies League lfor Democratic Action Judy Cooke, Marsha Campbell, Nancy Perrin, Beverly Rank, Helen Reagan, Pat Dahlke, Kathy Rock, and Mary Swinney BEHIND THE BAMBOO CURTAINS: Student Director ..... B. Paine Stage Manager . . David Lynch Prolnpter ....... Roxy Barnett COSUIINGS l. Knowles, J. Cooke, H. Reagan Publicity. B. Keele, J. Shockey, J. Vigo Sound ..... S. Blast-he, S. Locke Props . . . R. Thomas, S. Drumwright, C. Smith Husiness Manager . . P. Jenkins Lotus Blossum fLinda Longj pours an imaginary cup of tea for Captain Fisby Uim Shoemakej as Sakina fDou Dicker- sonj watches the ceremony. Curtain . . B, Brown, M, Kerr Lights .... R. Crane House. . . . J. Casey, M. Hurst Choregraphy ....... B. Keele Stage Crew . . B. Brown, B. Ward, Mr. Kerr, P, Smotherman Ushers . . . . . . D. Lindstrom Set Construction . . Dramatics Classes v-E2t11unrr15U"U -'4?5II' ftf' lf! -ffl, ,355 f ' Nankl-Poo qDav1d W wrightj Yum 15111: Drulmvrigluj. 1 5 A-rf. 2 W' swf,- Yum QSue Quin . .gfw-'MI . . - sqi . i sw 114i-Poo Cllavid Walkerj sings a love sung to Yllllll X M A t N g-ix V sings with tl ' x we F '5 of the bo lehslp fuiasiw ..m,,N, , MA V Wg 'w ROLLING is .3 fig sig 1700 XM! w. 2 ,Y www NERS f ,f SCOTT' I UE!! Girls Prepare For Future In ursin THE FOLLOWING ARE MEMBERS OF NURSES CLUB: IoAnna Sutton, Juanita King, Rosemary Bowen, Mildred Sipley, Charlotte Taylor, Sandra Monger, Wanda Eastland, Pat Mohr, Julia Scott, Sandy Ketner, and Janice Woods, Mrs. Dodson, Sponsor. THS Debaters Vie Forensic Favors THESE STUDENTS LETTERED IN DEBATE: Bette Keele, John Weddle, Linda Tiderman, Charles Thomas, Bar- bara Paine, Ronnie Crane, and Roxy Barnett. NOT PICTURED: Pat Jenkins, Harold Connell, and Ronnie Morri- son, it I I Kerry Merrell, Charles Mansell, Karan Heustis, Jim Harrison, Pat Dahlke, Mike Hermann, Norma Richardson, Bill Young, Linda Smith, Lonnie Crainshaw. K FOOTBALL CANDIDATE JUNIOR CANDIDATE Karan Heusris Norma Richardson Q i v FRESHMAN CANDIDATE The football eeprerrr feeerves SOPHOMQRE CANDUDATE Kerry Men-eu his reward. Linda Smith CHRISTMAS FURMAL ENHANCES SEASON A jolly little snowman, a bright Christmas tree in the center of the room, cloudlike forms and A' X, A s' X he S icicles hanging from the ceil- X Z5 mg all helped make the 6 4 atmosphere of Christmas in our gym. The occas- . ion was the Christmas Formal held De- c e m b e r l 3 , 1958. x K N " 4 L 4 ' ,M - -. raw ..1w .N Judy 8L Ron May8LR1lad 'wal D nt 8. Mari Ma be 84 Ron X ff gn Q W l xg. fm: 95 ff Qi QEM V fi 3'- if .rw-xy . QK X if .N 1, Q' Q Q :jg ff if - .1 V, ? E, K Wi! 1 5 if 4 - v ...Q- gw .fx ,f .. 'nk aff Hx., QMTN 1 2 R I S- ECQMING ATTEND QSM NORMA RICHARDSON, Junior CqndIdQIfNTS KARAN HEUSTIS, Football candidate. KERRY MERRILL, Freshman candidate. I at LINDA SMITH, sophomore candidate. R ddddt if I . if--'N -1 ' i ueen King and Q Pat John Reign Y Uver Homecoming N. X85 '7"4i1f?w Q -.w W x Q J Qi Q53 - Q 1 V, s""1g.,, v A M' fi A 15 ' 4 L. ,QQ V JFS, f uf, I I if MR. T.H.S. KENNETH OGLE Q .tiff Q fo' " ' '1 Glenn- MISS T.H.S. 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