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

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W. -f.:eie'vi,?1?-12552925552 . wfsaffnf 254, gy f 532515, leg igxvglkyz.-gfsggwg kfi Zqifggggwgfrfff g xwwxff, H 5AfazfsM3'f:Qgg::,f fs-fgxg g M ., M, ..,c. L, W, I - 4 ww Y V .mmm 26 50 74 90 Dedication To Mr. Hubert Waugh, in appreciation for helping to make Turner more than a place of learning, but a place of laughing, for being more than a teacher, but a friend, and for making life not only a challenge, but a goal, we dedicate this 1963 Turnerite with deepest sincerity and admiration. "All you guys get up here on the double." As a football and basketball coach Mr. Waugh expects his boys to hustle even when they're receiving awards atawards' assembly. "By the way, Barrel, when are you bringing those candy bars you owe us ?" This sort of thing happens quite often in Mr. Waugh's math classes. Mr. Waugh and Mr. Bowman liked that last play as they watched the Bears add to their football victories. Mr. Waugh joined in the fun of the senior breakfast and seemed to enjoy it as much as the seniors. l 5 I x 1 I ..,, 1 In the world today there is much to be learned, much to be discovered, but first there must be a teacher, one who knows, one who can show the way, The purpose of school is to prepare the citizens of tomorrow for the positions they must fill. The purpose of a teacher is to make first a worth-while citizen. xwwmm f,i ,wm,-mm 3 "M M lfflfffhlltflvffisivig' iw M 1 ,,,, A M. ,,,.- WN fffff Www., f MW, 1, .- 7f,-f V, ,ff,-W f wwe!-Wy .54 'QW ' , Q 2' 7 'L',' T' " A 'c ' ' " . mi , E , M I t it ying: 515 7 ' I A ' ,... ',.'i , Q Board Broadens For Community Bettermenl Members of the Board of Education of the Turner United School SEATED: Aubrey Gentry, Jim Michael, Paul Jones, President District t202 are: STANDING: Harold Cook, Treasurer: Joseph Dr. Lee Rook, Vice-President. Steineger, Jr., Dr. Sanford Witter, Superintendent of Schools. The Board of Education of the newly created Turner Unified School District 4202 has finished its first year in office. Dr. Sanford C, Witter has had a busy year in organizing and coordinating the unified educational efforts of the high school and five area elementary schools, Junction, Morris, Muncie, Oak Grove, and Turner. To assist Dr. Witter in his duties Bruce Crosswait, assistant superintendent, was employed by the Board of Education. ln addition to the work involved in organizing a unified district has been the curriculum and construction planning for the two new junior highs and grade school being built within the next year. The entire Turner educational system will move forward with even greater strides as a result of unification and added facilities. Leaders Lend Service to School T. R. PALMQUIST "Relatively speaking Turner High School is a young school," said Mr. T, R, Palmquist, principal of Turner High School, The first graduating class was in 1919, but during the first 20 years of the school there were only 200 graduates. Enrollment has grown from 200 in 1938 to over 1200 in 1963. In just the last year there were over 200 graduates. A graduate of Ottawa University, he served as principal of the Bluff City High School, and as superintendent of schools at Wellsville, Kansas. He was superintendent of Turner from 1938 until 1947 when he became principal. Just this past year he was saluted for his 25 year record of service to Turner High School. At the National Education Association convention this past summer he was elected to the Board of Directors. He will be one of two representatives from Kansas on the National Board. Mr. Palmquist has been active for the past six years on the Board of Directors of the state teachers' association, serving for three years as its chairman. He is activie in the United Fund and church work, also in the efforts of the Wyandotte County Guidance Center. Mr. Robert Wilkins has served Turner High School faithfully for twelve years. Starting in 1951 as an Industrial Arts teachers, he later became Vice-Principal. It takes a person with lots of ambition and interest to carry on a job of this rank. His work ranges from morning attendance work to that of handling disciplineg he also is in charge of enrollment and program plarming. Mr. Wilkins recently received the honor of being appointed chairman of the steering committee to help with curriculum planning and organizing for the new junior high schools which are to be built. This duty will be another of the many jobs to be done well. Being Vice-Principal is a continuous job which carries on into the summer months, After school is out, various tasks such as preparing schedules and balancing classes for the next year are begun. Each student is given special attention during the year and even after school is out to ensure him of a well-rounded education which is essential in this complex day and age. Mr. Wilkins has worked hard to help each studentat Turner receive the best possible oppor- tunity for a pleasant atmosphere in which to learn. He himself has received a Masters degree in secondary school administration and is in the Phi Delta Kappa which is an honorary fraternity. Recently he has done course work in administration at the University of Kansas City. 45 W A , . t .- Iflillliwii .V 'Q' 'W' 'Q . nw, ,,,S,W,,.: . ,, 15' if., 3 n 5.5 ,ji r iig th, gf ' ' " V . wg, X :,. 5- 1 Q fy il' . f+ wMrf...Z1,:r ' A ROBERT WILKINS Papers, Phones, People, and Problems As secretary to Mr, Palmquist Miss Jones has many duties and responsibilities to attend to. W' qw . y.. Q a-+wf'11,.ff? 1fffif i-ii Mrs.Thomas has found Turner to be a big school with a busy office. An important organization in every school is the Parent-Teacher Associa- tion. Turner's PTA is a very active group and does much to benefit the school. They sponsor concessions at football games, and try to bring a closer rela- tionship between teachers and parents through special programs.Monthly meetings are planned which feature occa- sional speakers, style shows by the clothing classes, and special music by the choir. This year the PTA presented scholarships to two seniors, Carol Alvey and Richard Andrews . 10 "Be seated and someone will see you in a moment." This com- ment could have come from one of three very busy ladies who handle all the activity in the office including giving students permission to use the office phone. Mrs. Iona Carmichael who has been at Turner eleven years is very familiar to everyone. This is Mrs. Betty Higgins third year and the first year for Mrs. Ruth Thomas. Miss Peggy Jones is also new this year and she acts as Mr. Palmquist's private secretary as well as handling the activities fund. Other duties of these people include handling teacher and stu- dent attendance records, answer- ing telephone calls, lost and found, besides plenty of filing and typing. Counting money is one job Mrs. Carmichael doesn't mind too much, Taking time out from her busy day Mrs. Higgins smiles for a picture. P.T.A. officers for the '62-'63 year are: Mrs. Ed Dressler, first vice-presidentg Mrs. Bernard Craig, recording secretaryg Mrs. George Huck, second vice- presidentg Mrs. Robert Sullivan, corresponding secretaryg Mrs. Richard Stapp, treasurer: and Mrs. Russell Boyer, president. Assistance ls Always Available Mr. Bell is busy checking over Kardex files, charting each student's scores and grades. Three very important people to students at Turner are the guidance counselors. Among their many duties are enrollment, orientation activities for freshmen, col- lege programing, testing, and helping to solve individual problems. Mrs. Eisele is particularly concerned with helping students at Turner decide on colleges and helps to solve various problems that go with college plans. She has been at Turner four years and is a familiar friend to many students. Mr. Gene Bell has been counseling for ten years, eight of which have been spent at Turner. He is in charge of all testing programs, student records, and sponsoring Student Council. All Turner students comes to know Mr. Bell through the vocations classes he teaches the sopho- more year. Mr. Paul Welter is our newest counselor as this is he first year at Turner. Besides counseling he teaches Communications class to Seniors. Mr. Welter deals in homeroom guidance, and Senior graduation credits in particular. All students are welcome to visit these people for any problem. Mrs. Eisele helps students work out the many problems that come with planning for college. Mr. Welter helps seniors figure out the number of credits the need and helps Y plan their graduation. Leaders Lecture Language, Literature A3 V N, . Wi - K U . ' ,E Q: X ssl! E if S A f , 6 ' 4 , . ..,-. -fb r Z? A: . Q V f ,. sig 3 . ..,, V . ., N 1 iw? Us ' S 2 X 5 1 wa Q .xx A . sg . is aat Y X ,. , ,W A f f , W 1' I E J 1 Q f K ,P Z: . ' ' ,, The first BOOSTER is always the hardest. Junior journalists certainly hope so! BESS HOFLAND JOHN HARLEY A.B., M.A. B.S. English English ESSIE DAVIS B.S., M.A. English ELLEN LINDBURG B.S. English im 1 : , - "2 if 'Q ,. ??QE35f1S5 f fl? 'i fE' I .Ei:Z::..i , . 'iiff:i:iffi-5-if:S:s b ,2 ff' .su "J,-13' A msgs 4 1 2 f Wa ' .-n"' mx f J, 5. df ' '1,f'55.:ffI:lf:5' 514: 'wx' "L. :N"'::" :5s:: 3:-:.':"1:5!:::!2nQ!::: . ff 19554 5iliYL7 lS?5 4 1 ' " ' W gi-ai'ii- .. -L tt,..... , Pk :A S PAUL WELTER B.S., B.D., NLE. Guidance and English MYRTLE BURNS B.S. English And Labor lo Launch Lilework "Language, sir, is the blood of the soul, into which our thoughts run, and out of which they grow." qOliver Wendell Holmesj English is our language, and the language of over one fifth of the world, either as the first or second tongue. It is continually growing in universal appeal and growing more important in our society. Perhaps, it may be the link to join countries in a chain of peace. Four years of English are required at Turner. English I, II, and III are required courses and elective courses such as English IV, junior and senior journal- ism, drama, speech, debate, stagecraft, and communi- cations are offered. Tomorrow's citizens will have a greater command of the language they speak and will know better how to apply it to the world in which they live. DOROTHY PLATT DONALD HANLEY A.B., M.A. A.B. English English JAN L. DICKSON B.S. English LLOYD STAFFORD B.S., M.S, English Debate NANCY CALLAHAN B.A. English DAVID CROPP B.S., M.S. ' Speech and Drama Unusual things happen quite often in Mr. Cropp's first hour speech class. Science and Space Spur Students The expanding horizons of the space age are presenting new challenges in all fields, but the impact of this revolu- tion is felt in the sciences more than in any other discipline. Such terms as isotope, half-life and ATP are becoming familiar terms to students nation wide. In an attempt to meet this challenge, the government has initiated programs of aid such as the National Defense, and E ducation Act and yearly grants furnished by the National Science Foundation de- signed to improve the facilities and quality of science education across the nation. Turner has responded to the impact of this revolution with the highest en- rollment in science in its history. Classes such as general science, biology, chemistry and physics are constantly being revised and new classes added. One such class, Biology II, was intro- duced at Turner this year. ARNOLD VOTH PHILIP BAINER A,B,, M.S. A.B., M.S. Science Science Mr. Bainer's new biology II class is busy making some new scientific discovery. BURLEY MARTIN WILLIAM CLAFLIN A.B., M.E. A,B, Science Science BRUCE BOWMAN LLOYD FUGATE Science Science B.S. B.S., M.S. Problems Puzzle P As a tool to develop the mind math teaches a student to think and reason for himself, which as an individual he must learn to do. Turner has broadened its math program this year by adding aGeneral Math II class. The purpose of the class is to serve as a refresher course for students having only one year of math in high school. Another addition to the math department is calculus. It is now offered to approved seniors during their study hall period every other day. The course gives one-half credit for the year. Other courses offered in the math department are general math, Algebra I and II, geometry, and senior math. upils, Preaches Profs RONALD COFFMAN MARY SCOTT B ,S, A.B. Mathematics Mathematics SHIRLEY COFFIN RAYMOND BARNETT A.B., M.E. B.S. Mathematics Mathematics VERNON ALLISON HUBERT WAUGH B.s., M.s. B-S-1 NLE- Mathematics Mathematics Students demonstrate geometry problems, while Mr. Coffman looks on. Speed is hard to develop during first hour typing class. Com merce Courses A NANCY MARSHALL DALE SEACAT A.B., M.A. B.S., M.S. Commerce Commerce MARY BRADY B.S. Commerce MARITA KASPER B.S. Commerce Commence Careers The exciting world of business with its clicking typewriters and ringing phones has opened its doors to all. To prepare future secretaries and executives for this busy world Turner offers many fine courses in the business field. Such classes as typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and office practice give students valuable training and experience. All students, even those who are college bound, need some business education to compete in the world today. Many choose to make a career in the business field, an interesting and worth-while profession. To encourage students in typing and shorthand the Gregg awards are offered each year to those who can qualify for them. Future businessmen and women are given the best possible basis for success in their chosen vocation. Learn those brief forms and characters in shorthand. Industry Incites Initiative High schools of today are doing every- thing possible to prepare students for a prosperous and full life after graduation. This not only includes college preparation, but also development of certain skills and abilities which may aid a student in select- ing a vocation. The purpose of industrial arts is to give valuable training to boys who are interested in the industrial field as a possible vocation or as a hobby. Turner has well-equipped shop areas which give students opportunity to work with up-to-date machinery and gain actual experience through their work. Courses offered in this department are printing, auto mechanics, general shop, metal and wood Be accurate! It's a must in auto mechanics. af V i. i f ' is f 1 if V ' V 5 .Serv my I 'v 7 , . .W -as NX lr i t R.. A 1 n 1.' K . ga ? , , 3 KENNETH JOHNSON B.S. Printing RICHARD WEATHERS B.S. Industrial Arts . working and mechanical drawing. "Let's get this truck unloaded!" yells a student 1 metal work. KENNETH SYRING B.S., M.S. Industrial Arts WILLIAM MITCHELL B.S., NLS. Industrial Arts A I HORTON BOLIN B.S. Industrial Arts 35. WAYNE ASHBY B.S., M.S. Industrial Arts Students Study Selves in Society slim 'Ref KARL GROSSARTH STAN EITIZ EN B A , M A Social Science Social Science Today in the troubled times of our modern and complex society sociology plays an important role in preparing a student for a wiser and better under standing among mdividuals, racial groups and in religious and economic situations Social science courses such as American History, world history American Government, international relations, psy chology and sociology combine together to give students the most realistic knowledge possible of the world in which they are about to make their way in the near future If a student 1S to make the most of 11fe he must understand life as a whole Understanding our compli cated society helps to solve social problems he may encounter throughout his lifetime The role our social science department plays in the life of each student IS vitally important in molding a worth while member of the world community MILDRED CUNNINGHAM ... A.B., M.A, Social Science Book reports deviate from the regular routine in History classes. HAROLD ELLIOTT R'LEIGH BELL JAMES HOLWERDA GENE BELL A.B., M.A. B.S., M.S. B.S. A.B., M.S. Social Science Drivers Education Drivers Education and Guidance and Hygiene Social Science Learning Languages Link Lands ,J n M., A 1 "I came, -I saw, I conquered." These are familiar words to Mrs. Grey's Latin II students. Today more than ever the people ofthe world need to be able to communicate and understand each other. It is almost essential that students in school today learn as much foreign language as possible. The world of tomorrow is going to be a closely-linked community and tomorrow's leaders must be able to work closely together to preserve a world of peace. Turner offers two foreign languages in its curriculum: Latin, the basis of English language, and French, one of the prominent languages spoken in the world. The language department at Turner is continually growing as a new French teacher was added to the faculty this year. Students are encouraged to broaden their knowledge by taking advan- tage of the opportunity to learn about other people of the world by studying their lan- guage. 1 LUCY GREY A.B. Foreign Language MARGARET LEATHERBERRY A.B.. M.A. Foreign Language W. DOUGLAS HALSTED III A.B., Ed.M,, D.E.U.F. Foreign Language Mr. Ha1sted's seventh hour class taking a rough test. Guys and Gals Grow in Gym Hey! that's my ball. Girls in gym really get into the game. SHERMAN PRICE B.A. Physical Education JOE BAKER B.S., M.S. Physical Education and Hygiene MADELINE BRIGGS B.S. Physical Education SANDY SCHOENINGER A.B. Physical Education and Hygiene The body must grow along with the mind. Physical education is as much a part of the school curriculum as are the more academic subjects. Turner offers excellent courses in physi- cal education, including Gym I and II which are required, and a new class Gym III which is an elective. Its purpose is eitherfor higher physi- c al development or corrective physical development. Students are encouraged also to participate in intramural activities as well as regular classes. It looks like a close race as Mr. Price times some boys in his first hour, Musical Melodies Make Magic ERDMAN JOHNSON WAYNE ESTES A.B., B.S., M.A. Vocal Music Instrumental Music The sound of music rings through the halls of Turner again. Each year Turner students share in the enjoy- ment derived from the musical assemblies and other performances provided by those enrolled in the music department. Freshmen through seniors have an opportunity to further their knowledge in the world of music language under the direction of Mr. Erdman Johnson and Mr. A, T, Estes, Countless hours are spent with the band, glee clubs and choir to develop the talent that is presented in such activities as Handel's "Mes- siah" which was presented again this year in its fourteenth annual produc- tion, state competition at Lawrence ee and musical assemblies. The music Two hundred and fifty voices ring out in Handel's Messiah. department has ended another busy and prosperous year at Turner. Accent on Art Accomplishments LOIS LEONARD Art "A picture is worth a thousand words." According to students enrolled in art classes at Turner this old Chinese proverb is certainly true. As art class enables the really creative student to display his ability in the way he knows best. The artist sees many aspects of life that others do not. Just as a poet expresses hisfeelings about life through words, the artist does this through pictures. An art class teaches a student to look for real meanings in everyday life and to express his ideas easily to others. Pots, Pans, Pins, and Patterns "Behind every successful man is a woman." This statement may not hold true in every case but a woman can be a real asset to herself and her family. She must first realize the importance of the role in life she has chosen for herself-that of wife and mother. She will want to fulfill the responsibility of keep- ing up a home, caring for children and of being an interesting individual to the best of her ability. Home economics helps prepare young women for this responsibility. Turner offers interesting courses such as foods, clothing and home living. Girls are taught the basic arts of preparing nourishing meals, making attractive clothes, and rtmning a household. Excel- lent equipment is provided for these classes so that girls will learn through actual experience the importance of being a successful homemaker. Working on the latest fashions are two students in Mrs. Robertson's clothing class. ,.e-"" , ,,. Sandwiches are better than burned meat loaf anyday. WILMA HARTENBOWER B.S. Home Economics DONETA ROBE RTSON B.S. Home Economics ROSE MARY GROSDIDIER B.S. Home Economics AII Ailrhehls Allevialed In a time of modern medical miracles, people are still in need of a pleasant, pretty nurse to tell them everything is fine and they're going to be all right. Mrs. Dodson, Turner's school nurse, is in charge of attendance records and keeps health records on each student. When necessary, she administers first-aid for minor ailments and refers students to family doctors for more serious illnesses. A very y us-1. busy lady, she is an important part of Turner's faculty. ' likif f :- R -F, . ,Y yr. 5 59311: I -5- " B5 fs- MARJORIE DoDsoN Nurse f, 1' 'K kiiif: f- You've got 20!20 vision! Library Lends Learning and Leisure Between the covers of every book lies a world of knowledge awaiting those who would only grasp it. Students of Turner need only look as far as their own school library to find such books. The library not only holds fine research books but also many books for han as an materials are Close at hand' reading enjoyment. The library also makes an excellent study For further convenience of Turner t students the library has a reading room. Q 1 Its purpose is to give students an oppor- 5 Q tunity to glance through current maga- ' i I 4 zines and various newspapers. , K L e ,.:' I 5 if e f 1 ri ,,,E . KEITHA PETERSON y 1 .f B.S. ' W L x '7 ' k J I 1 Library Certificate, 1 ,Z Librarian ff-ff M 5 , L 4' , A, LVL, 5? V: pr i! 5 I :J ' W PRF' in ,S M. 1 - Q - wi 2 if M " . ' r 5 ':-' W '.,. , 4' ,,, an ss- The cafeteria ladies smile for a picture: Mrs. Eva Piersee Mrs. Bea Chase, Mrs, Maxine Shirk, Mrs. Nadine Asbill, Mrs. Olga Lunday, Mrs. Alice Rose, and Mrs. Audrey Jones Mrs. Crummitt is patiently awaiting the noon rush. Special People Serving School Behind the scenes of any organization are people who are seldom seen, but are nonetheless, valuable to the smooth running of that organization. In Turner's case the bus drivers, custodians and cafeteria ladies fill these positions. Every morning and evening the bus drivers are in charge of the safe delivery of students to and from school. Although, sometimes hectic, they don't seem to mind. Cooking for over eleven hundredpeople five days a week is no easy job and the eleven cafeteria ladies certainly know it. Nonetheless each morning they busily rush around preparing for the noon rush. The custodians are another group in the line of important helpers at Turner. Among their many duties are keeping the halls and classrooms clean, making general repairs, and other odd jobs that must be done in a large high school. They are always willing to lend the needed assistance. 24 Pictured above are the very busy custodians: Wesley Thiry, Raymond Everhart, Robert North, Irv Shipley, Floyd Way, Elmer Dyster. MR. ED CALLAGHAN Remember when you think of me that I am now at rest. Do not cry or mourn for me, I am at peace in the house of the Lord Nancy Jones K ' ,wiizg 4 ai, 32 1. f i' ....,.n-naw ' aff The feeling of belonging, of being a part of something is an individual need of everyone. Whether it be participating in club activities, acting in a play, or just having fun with the gang, the value of working with people who share mutual interests is immeasurable. Being with friends and enjoying people is one of 1ife's most valued experiences. ge K' V15 a s ....e L I - I , L 4 :gn Members of Student Council For First Semester Were: SEATED Phil Page. THIRD ROW: C, Coons, Becky Salinas, L, Felt, B, IN THE FIRST ROW:M.Stauffer, C,Schroeppel, P, Curth, K, Jones, Louage, G. Jones, M. King, T, O'Neal, V. Oestman, J, Andrews. R. Andrews, G, Miller, G. Thexton, SECOND ROW: G. Males, D, FOURTH ROW: F, Farrar, J, Flower, J,Lawson, J, Gage, W, Long, Gammon, S, Harkness, B, Vincent, L, Rust, R, Ryan, R. Meier, C, Herrmann, L. Parsons, D, Iwerks, G, Hayes. Growing Toward Good Government IS Goal C, Sohroeppel, P, Curth, K. Jones, R, Andrews,G, Miller, D, Qualls. Herrmann, FOURTH ROW: K, Thomas, J. Flower, J, Shiffer, J, SECOND ROW: D, Gammon, S, Harkness, C, Robertson, J, Gann, Gage, W, Long, J. Sullivan, L. Parsons,R, Nadvornik, G, Bishop, R, Ryan, J, Andrews, G, Hayes. THIRD ROW: B, Salinas, B, FIFTH ROW: P, Cook, R. Beilsmith, R, Farrar, D, Rogers, W, Harkness, V, Toler. P, Hilton. G. Jones. W, Keck, D, Iwerks, C, Hanson, D, Gentry, N, Jones, G, Males, J, Carroll. 4 1 1 1 5 E l 5 i l 1 l a a 5 T 1 w 4 4 , at Turner High School was held September 26, 1936. This makes Turner's council one of the oldest in the district. ture congress. Its purpose is to encourage school spirit, take a leading part in school activities, and provide an opportunity for students to express their opinions. sponsored this year were basketball concessions, Homecoming, two all- school parties, a Valentine formal and Twirp dance, Student Council elec- tions, a foreign exchange student, and the support of a Korean schoolboy. elected by popular vote in the spring after extensive campaigns. In the fall, one representative is elected from each homeroom and serves for a period of one semester. The first Student Council meeting You may call the council a minia- The activities the organization The Student Council officers were It was a busy and exciting year for the student council officers. Here they take time out from their many duties to enjoy a coke. They are from LEFT TO RIGHT Richard Andrews, president: Pat Curth, vice-presidentg Kay Jones, program chairman: and George Miller, secretary-treasurer, Mestri Introduces Indonesian Ideas Mestri and her American sisters enjoyed doing many things together but dishes may not have been one of them. For the past three years, the American Field Service has selected a student from a foreign country to attend school at Turner and share the differences of their culture with the students here. This year, Sri Sumestri, better known as Mestri to the Turner students, from Sourabaya, Indonesia, occupied this position. She lived with Mr, and Mrs. Ed Alvey, 1846 South 49th Street. Their three daughters, Carol, senior, Linda, jun- ior, and Janet, a 1961 graduate of Turner, were Mestri's American sisters. Mestri's subjects at Turner included: American history, American government, senior math, and speech. She was also active in Pep Club, and the bowling league. Reiule, Rebull and Rebutlle Members of the 62-63 debate squad pictured above are: SEATED: Lewis Shepherd, Debbie Spiess Sharon Wiyninger, Bill Thomas. STANDING: Roy Whitaker, Larry Stewart, Ray Farrar, Mike King. Each year the SpeechDepartment contrib- utes sorne very fine talent to represent Turner at district and state speech and drama contests. For the past two years Carol Alvey has received "one" ratings for her poetry interpretations and this year Kay Jones and Nancy Jones received a "one" for duet acting, Those receiving "twos" for their readings were Robin Thomas, Gary Leach, and Ray Farrar. Sally Ross received a "three" for her reading of winter. These students have gained some good experience due to hard work and effort. This past year the Turner High School Debate squad, represented the school in six invitational tournaments and the District tournament. Under the direction of Mr. L, A, Stafford, the squad made several fine showings and at the end of the season had won forty per cent of their rounds. The tournaments that the squad attended were held at: Washburn, Topeka West, William Christman, Bishop Meige, Wyandotte and Rosedale high schools. Turner was highly ranked repeat- edly during the season on personal speaker points. "The earth stands on either side no bigger than the heart is wide." Carol Alvey gives her interpretation of "Renascence" which won her a "one" rating at the state contest. Fun and Fortune Form Futures .mai V li ' 5 fra. A To better inform Health Club members on the medical profession an occasional guest was invited to speak on various related topics. Health Careers opens its membership to any junior or senior who is genuinely interested in any kind of a medical career and carries a "C" average. Members must have regular attendance in order to receive a pin. The Wyandotte County Medical Auxiliary, which consists of doctors' wives, presented the pins on May 1, at Bethany. Each month there is a speaker to further inform members on some phase of medicine. Informative tours through Osawatomie and St. Margaret's this year were sponsored by Mrs. Dodson, the school nurse. Health Club officers for this year are: Joyce Heineken, secretary: Loanna Owens, president: Leonard Neff, treas- urer: and Wanda Jenkins, vice-president. Future Teachers of America is made up of Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors who have a sin- cere interest in the teaching profession. The group is sponsored by Mrs. Dorothy Platt and Mr. Carl Grossarth. Mr. Wilkins was aided by the club members when they made bulletin boards at the Kansas State Teachers Meeting at Shawnee Mission West. The members sold golden bear pens as a money- making project. These four future teachers led their club activities throughout the past year: Sharon Jacobs, Sally Ross, Carol Alvey, and Tim West 31 V-Clubs Contribute to Community Aiding the community through various projects is one of the main purposes of Y-Teens. Members give their time to hospitals and orphanages and other worth-while things throughout the year. There were approximately sixty members in the club and meetings were held twice a month. Club sponsors were Miss Shirley Coffin and Mrs. Essie Davis. Business meetings were conducted and occasionally an outside speaker was invited to speak. Devotions were given at each meeting and refreshments were occasionally served. Each year a member of the club attends a Tri-City Conference in which various schools ex- change ideas and get new ones for the year to come. Pictured at left are the officers of Y-Teens, a very active girls' club at Turner: FRONT ROW: Cheryl Schroeppel, Donna Cook. BACK ROW: Sally Ross, Donna Harries, and Linda Syring. Building character and serving the community are two of the objectives of Hi-Y. Each year this boys' club sponsors a Christmas basket for needy families in the community. Money raising projects include such things as acar wash and selling candy. To help acquaint boys with the workings of modern government many members participate in Model Legislature. This year two representatives of the Turner club, Bill Thomas and Jim Kendall, presented a bill at the conference held in Topeka. The Hi-Y basketball team competed against Hi-Y clubs from other schools throughout the year. The club is sponsored by Mr. Vernon Allison. The distinguished-looking f e l l o w s below are the Hi-Y officers. TOP TO BOTTOM: Bill Thomas, presidentg Tim Richards, vice-president: J. D, L a w s o n, sergeant-at-armsg Jim Myers, secretary: and John Lowder, treasurer. H1 Y bo s hold man im rtant meetin s thro hout the ear Here the are Y Y P0 3 ug Y . y shown electing officers for the coming year. -'Ch Spirit Strengthens Students The very active officers of YFC are: SEATED: Dan Warren. STANDING: Sandy Redmon, Ester Copeland, Cheryl McFarland, and Larry Gage NOT PICTURED: Bette Cox and Marion Stauffer. YFC Club was started at Turner High School in 1954. When it was first organized the meetings were held during activity period on a Youth For Christ bus. As the club grew larger, permission was granted to use the auditorium. Membership has increased to approximately 400 members. The meetings are now held bi-weekly in the auditorium. Mr. Gene Bell is the sponsor of the club at Turner. The activities of YFC included "Fun- spiration," YFC Quiz Team, and a YFC Camp. The YFC quiz team members who received trophies were Larry Gage and Ester Copeland. Youth for Christ is an international organization with active members in 45 countries. Its headquarters is in Wheaton, Illinois. The purpose of the club is to instill in the members a sense of spiritual leader- ship and to promote spiritual activities in the student body. YFC has one of the largest memberships of any Turner clubs. Many students enjoy attending the meetings. Class Culiivales Classical Clvlllzallon In typical Roman dress are members of Latin Club who attended the annual Latin Club officers LEFT TO RIGHT Barbara Roman Banquet at which the days of old Rome are brought to life again Bottorff Susan Burnam Barbara Wilson To promote interest and appreciation of the civilization, language, literature and art of ancient Greece and Rome is the purpose of the year old Latin Club. Sponsored by Mrs. Lucy Grey the club undertook various projects this year such as a Perplexing Problems Pondered To exchange ideas on various con- troversial questions and to acquire 3' Nancy Jones Pat Curth and Scott Davis use the map to better understand the better understanding of world problems world and problems in it was the purpose of Discussion Club. The A club is in its second year with a rela- tively small membership thus far. Its president again this year was George Middlemas. Training: Tomorrow's Tool Today Much planning and work went into the Industrial Arts Show sponsored by Industrial Arts Club. The field of industry offers many vocational opportunities to all interested young men. To help encourage this interest the Industrial Arts Club was formed and has just finished its second year at Turner. Pictured above top to bottom a r e Industrial Arts Club officers: Bill Hollingshead, Don Harrell, Roger Simmons, Louis Hafner, and Don Short. It is sponsored by Mr. Kenneth Syring and has approximately twenty-five members. Early in the year members visited the Tension Envelope Company and were given an opportunity to see industry in action. The club also sponsored an Industrial Arts Fair. Visitors were invited to look at various projects and see the facilities in the department. Pictures Paint Poetry The newly formed Art Club under the sponsorship of Mrs. Lois Leonard, art instructor, undertook various creative jobs during the school year. The Christmas mural for the north staircase window and the decorating of the Christmas tree were among these activities. A trip to the Nelson Art Gallery to see The Von Gogh displays, and the judging of art contests finished out the year, The 1962-1963 officers were: John Sullivan, presidentg Linda Syring, vice- presidentg Bobbie White, secretaryg Dale Ann Riden, treasurer: and Susan Oakes, publicity chairman. We can't tell yet what it is but members of Art Club seem to be quite interested in it Whatever it is, it looks fascinating. Thespians--Talent--Thealricals "The show must go on!" This is a familiar cry to a group of hardworking Turner students known as the Thespians. To become a member of the club a minimum of ten points must be earned by either acting on stage or by working behind the scenes on the stage crew. In the past year under the direction of Mr. Cropp this group has presented to the Turner stage an annual Thespian assembly and an all- school play. They have also represented Turner at various speech and drama activities throughout the area. me -5151 fe? me Tomorrow's star is today's Thespian. Who knows? In this picture could be another Gable or Barrymore. Dots and Dashes The Radio club finished its fourth year at Turner under the direction of Mr. Phillip Bainer. The purpose of this club is to promote interest in amateur radio and electronic experiments. Throughout the year, the club helped three of its members to receive opera- tors license and also worked hard on setting up a club radio station. The club officers were Jack Generan, president and trusteeg John Sullivan, vice-president: and Don Rogers, secre- tary-treasurer. eff , gl Working on stage or behind the scenes the Thespian Club officers are always busy. LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: George Middlemas, vice- presidentg Carol Alvey, clerk: Kay Jones, secretaryg and Ray Farrar, president. B C - Dlrecl Dlscusslon Working with radios is an interesting pastime. 4, W , i s xl u5h9l'S Uhife 'Ol' USCTUIDGSS These girls are rarely found sitting down. As ushers it is their job to see that others are comfortably seated. A group of pleasant, helpful young students help to form one of Turner's active clubs--the usher club. Many school productions are made bigger and better through the help and cooperation of these people. Under the direction of Mr. Don Hanley,. they usher at plays, musicals, the Messiah, and graduation. Coat check and ticket selling also help keep the members busy. Points may be earned toward membership in the Thes- pian society. Teens Taught Traffic Tactics The Turner Teenage Traffic Safety Club composed of forty-two members was sponsored this year by Mr. R'Leigh Bell and Mr. Jim Holwerda, both driver education teachers. Among its activities, the TTT Club regis- tered and issued stickers for cars in the high school parking lot, reminded students of traffic safety with posters in the halls, and held a car bash in April. Bill Jolm, presidentg and Denise Smith, program chairmang attendedthe A popular event sponsored by TTT Club was the car bash. Boys really got a "bang" out of it. annual Governor's Safety Conference in Topeka The TTT Club ofiicers are getting down to the matter at hand. LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: Bill John, Bob Foust Jim Haney, and Dick Beasley. NOT PICTURED ARE Neola Walton and Denise Smith. f 5 . X Duties and Deadlines are Demanding t As editor-in-chief of THE BOOSTER Nancy Hallisey has had a big job. Reading copy for the final issue was somewhat of a pleasure. "Did we write that?" Looking overthe finished product are Larry Stewart, circulation rnanagerg Judy Bruce, feature editor: Roy Anderson, sports editor: Pat Curth, feature reporter: and Jerry Everett, sports Working hard to meet that deadline are Sandy Lester, editorial reporterg Carolyn Gerdes editorial editor- Sheryl Staake news editor, Jud McKee, i 5 1 ' Y news reporterg and Janet Boyer, news reporter. Fitting the pieces together was often the job of Brenda Drumwright, assistant editor and Ray Farrar, layout editor. reporter. Cub photographers Danny Gilbert and Larry Moore work on pictures for the next Booster. Time, Thought, Theme, Turnerite f tb Joyce Herring, editor-in-chief of the Tlirnerite, is found As layout editor Pat Brown tries to get the right busily typing that last headline. All those words and the picture in the right place at the right time which is same letters, too! no easy job! Q '.'k :Q I ,Q 'F 1 , K' . 5 " 2 775, -an 2: ': fs 5 - Hia? 1' -, .wg .M 1 -1 Q . r s gy I Phyllis Campbell, business manager, works hard to M - Q balance the books and make everything come out 'tt' :M WWW ---'P-M right. Our new ad pictures need copy, too, and Diana Fritts, copy editor, helps make them complete. Scott Davis and Jan Bonga are caught mixing up a formula for better pictures, we hope! swf, M FRONT ROW: Bob Baker, Jim Carroll, Don Miller, Darrell Keefer, Donna Clevenger, Judy Miller, Pat Richards, Penny Broyles, Darlene Emrick. NOT PICTURED: Beverly Roe, Karen Thomas. SECOND ROW: Joyce Tipton, Betty Holenbeck, Frances Nemecheck, Don Jones, Mary Ann Wilson, Jane Jones, John Gilman, Richard Maher, Kenny Weiss, John Robbins, Denzil Loftin. NOT PICTURED: Jane Mason, Patricia Medina, Roger Maxey, Rebecca Salinas, Tom O'Nea1, Gilbert Allison. THIRD ROW: Mike Weaver, Ray Vergot, Gary Tanner, Fred Locke, David Cutler, Virgil Thomas, David Erickson, Karen Stewart, Kenneth Shaw, Tauna Davis, Jim Brovsm, Jerry Wistrom, Clifford Tisdale, Craig Oursler. FOURTH ROW: Janet Herd, Bill Houp, Hal May, Jerry Sims, Bill Storms, Clinton Hurt, Vernon Oestmann, Frank Winsky, Tommy Dart, Stanley Smith, Nancy Adams, Brad Taylor. NOT PICTURED: Bob Mace. FIFTH ROW: Edith Cesar, Edwinna Barnett, Ed Lust, Mike Olinger, Vernon Maxey, Bill Mace, Mike King, Jim Moore, Kay O'Dell, Carol Drake. Melodies March Nlaieslically Good music, hard work and loads of fun went into the many activities of the Turner band this year under the direction of Mr. A. T, Estes. The 68-member band played host this year to the East Kansas League Music Festival of 446 students. Besides their regular appearances at football games and the Argentine and American Royal parades, under direction of drum major, Jim Brown, they participated in K,U. Band Day and the District Music contest at Lawrence. The Pep Band, a small selected group, provided entertainment during the basketball season. The band's activities were increased as they represented Turner at the United Funds Tabulation dinner and the Kansas City, Kansas Christmas lighting ceremony. Outstanding performances this year went to Bob Baker, oboe soloist, Stanley Smith and Bob Mace, trumpet soloistsg and The Four Freshman, a trumpet trio. These students participated in the District Music Contest andireceived I and ll ratings. Mr. Estes leads the band through all the fine programs that it appears in through- out the year. Two outstanding band students are Mike Weaver who lead the Pep Band at basketball games and Bob Baker, oboe soloist who received a one rating at the state contest two years in a row. l For the second year Jim Brown served as drum major for the band. Added Accomplishments Acknowledged The Turner High School Band looked very impressive at the American Royal Parade. Majorettes add to the enjoyment of half-time ceremonies presented by the band at football games. 41 Do-Re-Me Delivered in Delightful Degrees Q Pictured above from left to rightare the members of the THS choir ROW ONE: P. Coughlin, J. Bruce, B, Sweezy, E. Copeland, P: Davis, P. Mansell, D. Melton, P, Riggs, B. Drumright, D. Malone B. Wicinski, K. Way, J. Pretz. ROW TWO: P. Campbell, L. Craig G. Males, B. Krause, D. Spiess, S. Harkness, S. Tolbard, C. Johnson: P, Curth, S. Worthington, C. Divine, B. Anderson, K. Jones, N Jones, L. Syring, B. Cox. ROW THREE: G. Atkins, P. McGregor, Besides being director of the choir, Mr. Erdman Johnson is kept busy with other musical productions throughout the year. fait 5 E 5 K si D. Harries, J. Stocks, J. Gann, M. Hershberger, C. Blanton, B. Anderson, H. Thomas, T, West, M. Stauffer, C.A1very, P. Masters, S. Redman. ROW FOUR: T. Shoemake, J, Flower, S. Daugherty, R. Dean, G. Huck, D. Warren, R. Birdsong, D. Dick Van Sant, G. Allison, D. Webb, D. Bruce, L. Stewart, J. Lutjen, M. Magee, J. Turney. Each year the Turner student body and various groups in the community are presented musical pro- ductions by the Turner robed choir. Directed by Mr. Erdman Johnson, it is composed of approximately sixty voices. "The Red Mill," this year's musical, was pre- sented October 25 and 27. Other presentations made by the choir during the year were at PTA meetings, churches, Christmas and Easter assemblies, the Messiah, EKL music festival and the music contest which is held annually at Lawrence. Dusty Melton, senior: and Betty Cox, sophomoreg were a very essential core in the activities of the choir. They accompanied the choir on various occa- sions and assisted during practices. The officers of this year's choir were: John Gann, presidentg Phyllis Campbell, vice-president: Kay Jones, secretary-treasurer: and Susan Oakes served as librarian. Choir's Contributions Completed Roger Jones, a favorite soloist of the student body, helped entertain at the Press Ball. The 62-63 choir assembles for the lasttime together to sing at graduation. Under the direction of Mr. Johnson the choir performs at various musical assemblies throughout the year. 43 Merry Music In Con Kidder strikes again but Tina doesn't seem to notice. Musical Makes "The Red Mill," an hilarious musical comedy, was presented October 25 and 27 under the direction of Mr. Erdman Johnson, and staged by Mr. David Cropp. The production was the fifth annual musical to be presented at Turner and was sponsored by the THS choir and the Thespian Society. The story centers around the escapades of Con Kidder and Kid Conner, two fun-loving Americans, played equally well by Gary Leach and Larry Stewart. They find themselves stranded without funds in Katwyk- ann-Zee, a small village in Holland. Such famous songs as "Streets of New York," "When You're Pretty," "Moonbeams," and "You Never Can Tell About A Woman" were heard by one of the largest audiences to ever view a Turner production. Accompanists for both performances were Miss Mildred Cunningham, organistg and Dusty Melton, seniorg and Betty Cox, sophomore, pianists. Kay Jones and Jerry Wistrom served as production assis- tants. Miss Madeline Briggs and Pat Coughlin were choreographers. REMAINING CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE Burgomaster .......... George Middlemas Hendrik Van Damm . . ..... John Gann Franz ........ .... B ill Thomas Willem ..... ..... D anny Warren The Governor . . . . . Charles Armantrout Mr. Pennyfeather . . ...... Mike Kobe Gretchen ..... . . Pam McGregor Juliana ....... . Donna Harries Tina ......... . Pat Coughlin Madame de la Fleur . . . . Carol Alvey "It's haunted!" Juliana tells the legend of the mill to the people of the town. Many Moments More Memorable Dutch "dolls" add to the setting of a small village in Holland. Hendrik inherits a fortune and it's a happy ending for everyone. In a tender moment Hendrik and Gretchen almost really see the "Isle of our dreams." These six gentlemen agree most whole heartedly "You never can tell about a woman." Court Considers Crime in Class Conception Drama, suspense and excitement was the core of this year's Jtmior Play, "The Night of January 16." The play was a court- room drama about a murder, or was it a suicide? That was the decision left to the jury, composed of members of the audience each night of the performance. The production, sponsored by the Junior Class turned out to be one of the biggest successes this year. It ranked with some of the other stage hits Turner has produced in the past such as "The Diary of Anne Frank" and "Oklahoma!" Charlene Van Dyke as the accused murderess and Pam McGregor as the murdered man's widow did a fine job of acting adding much to the production. The suspense grows as the District Attorney Flint questions Mrs. John Hutchins. Dr. Kirkland swears to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. REMAINING CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE Matron ......... Bailiff .......... Judge .......... District Attorney Flint . . Secretary .......... Defense Attorney Stevens Secretary ........ Clerk of Court ..... Dr. Kirkland ..... Mrs. John Hutchins . Homer Van Fleet . . Elmer Sweeney ..... Magna Swenson ..... John Graham Whitfield . Jane Chandler ..... Sigurd Jungquist .... Larry Regon ....... Toverta Van Rensselaer . . . . . , , , Linda Schmidt . . . RichardBichel . . Mike Weaver . . . . Mike King . . BeckyKrause . . . Roy Whitaker . . Butch Wicinski Barbara Anderson . . Lewis Sheperd Sharon Ladenburger . . . George Muro . Terry Blanton . , PennyMansell . . . LeonErwin . . Sharon Smith . . . . Bob Mace . . . . Bill Storms , Brenda Blackburn "Gentlemen, please, order in the court!" A battle of words took place between these two brilliant attorneys. Salirical Stunts were Spotlighled Laughter and satire were the ingredients ofthe Junior Stunt Night presented March 29, 1963. Inthe high school division, the seniors carried home the honors with a skit based on James Thurber's short story, "There's a Unicorn in the Garden." Larry Stewart, Ray Farrar, Nancy Jones and Kay Jones were the principal players. Sophomores were runners-up with a work-out with "Jack La Lanne" alias Don Rogers. The freshmen placed third with a mock TV talent show emceed by Perry Richardson. The Junior Classical Club and Bible Club both received honorable mention. As is the custom the president of the junior class, who this year is John Flower, served as The sophomores stopped long enough for a commercial during their TV show. Maybe this is what helped Morris win first place in the grade school division. master of ceremonies for the evening. l- Dennis thc Menace and friend Margaret help judge the Freshman amateur show. Morris Elementary School won first place in the grade school division with a s e r i e s of excerpts from Rodgers and Hammerstein's "The Music Man" under the direction of Mr. James Neihart. Oak Grove was runner-up with a satire on country and city folk. Turner Grade School ranked third featuring a Philippine dance done by several third graders. Honorable mention was won by Muncie and Junction Grade Schools. Al'l1el'iCal1S Abfbad Arouse Amusement Cardinal Richelieu's bedbugs and an exploding gas meter were only two of the problems encountered by Kay Jones as Cornelia Otis Skinner and Nancy Jones as Emily Kimbrough in the Senior Class Play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." The story concerns the experiences of two girls on their first trip away from home to the city of Paris. Everyone enjoyed the antics of these two zany Americans as they turned the city upside down. Gary Leach as the forgiving, understand- ing father and Carol Alvey as the patient, worried mother added much to the delight ofthe play. Supported by a fine cast the production proved to be a very entertaining evening for all. "You're Monsieur de la Croix?" Mr. Skinner finds this hard to believe and the steward finds it hard to keep a straight face. REMAINING CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE: Steward . . . Purser . . . . .............BillThomas Stewardess . . . Dick Winters Admiral , , , Harriet St. John Winifred Blaugh . Leo McEvoy . . . John Gann Donna Harries Mike Auchard Richard Dean . . . . Pat Masters . Salley Ross . Ray Farrar Therese ..... Dusty Melton Madame Elise . . Linda Syring Monsieur de la Croix . . . . Larry Stewart Window Cleaner . . . . Jacques Gibbons "But Mesdemoiselles, I'm suppose to clean the room now!" Poor Therese never knew what to expect fromthe "crazy Americans." tw? "Now Otis, do a good job We cant have anyone knowing about the bedbugs and All School Selection Suggest Simplicity George and Emily have just had an important talk Straightforwardness, modesty, and sincerity were the principal ingredients of this year's all school play, "Our Town," by Thornton Wilder. The story centers around the little town of Grovers Corners, New Hampshire, featuring the love affair of young George Gibbs and Emily Webb. The outstand- ing characteristic of the production is that very little scenery is used and the story is told quite objectively by the stage manager, a very strange and remarkable person. The story is divided into three parts: The Simple Life, Love and Marriage, and Death. It is a very unique play, giving the audience a feeling of satisfaction and realization. Mike Auchard as the stage manager gave a very fine performance as did John Huff as Mr. Webb and Robbin Thomas as Emily. "Our Town" was one of the most enjoyable plays presented at Turner. I that will affect their whole lives. .-.' , Mrs. Webb can't hide her tears as she sees Emily and George come down the aisle together to become man and wife. It's a typical day in Grovers Corners as the stage manager watches Howie REMAINING CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE Newsome delivering milk to the Gibbs home. Dr. Gibbs ........ .... Joe Crowell . . Howie Newsome . . Mrs. Gibbs . . Mrs. Webb . . uWa1ley ....... Mr. Webb ...... Woman in Audience . . Man in Balcony .... . ,Lady in the Box . . Simon Stimson . . . Constable Warron . Si Crowell .... Sam Craig . . Joe Stoddard . Mrs. Soames . . . . . Mike King . Butch Clevenger . . . . . Bill Mace . . . Kay O'Del1 . . Sharon Smith , , Ron Thompson . . . . . John Huff . . . . Carol Bates Charles Armantrout . . . . Linda Alvey , , , , , EdTutOr . . . . Bill Thomas . Butch Clevenger . Jerry Wistrom . . . Jim Moore . . Carol Alvey F Champs The excitement of a challenge, the satisfaction of a victory, the disappoint- ment of defeat: all must be accepted with the grace and understanding that come with maturity. Athletics employs the fact that it is not what has been done, but how it has been done that counts: a lesson to be ap- plied to everyday life. Bruin Coaches Consult, Conlrive, With very earnest looks on their faces coaches Martin, Waugh, and Bowman discuss a win in a football contest. Some very hardworking, devoted men are the coaches who train and work with the boys in various sports throughout the year, Coach "Bud" Elliott heads the gridiron team with the help of Burley Martin, Hurbert Waugh. Bruce Bowman and Raymond Barnett. Joe Baker and Bill Claflin are rarely seen as they are scouts covering other games. After a short rest period, the Bears are in ac- tion again under the coaching of Jim Holwerda, varsity basketball coach, Stan Eitzen, B-Team coach and Sherman Price, Frosh coach. Next comes spring and Coach Baker gets the track team in shape, while Coach Holwerda is getting started with his tennis team and Mr. Eitzen's golf boys are beginning their season. Coach Clafflin explains inavery humorous way how to complete a play to one of his Bruins. Varsity football coach Elliot discusses the first half of a game with his Bruins before they re- turn to the field. Gonlernplale, Compare, and Congraiulate il M Coach Baker gives last words of advice before the relay begins. Coach Holwerda and Coach Eitzen study the bas- ketball court as the boys hustle for a shot K me V A 'f' ' fm..- Coach Elliot and Coach Bowman smile as Turner crosses for a. touchdown in a league game. fit Discussing the starting freshman football lineup in the locker room office are coaches Price and Barnett. 53 Big Bears Capture Co-Championship Howard slips off-tackle for the first touchdown of the Rosedale game. The Bruins opened their football season by losing three of their first four games. Turner was defeated by Shawnee Mission North 20-13. The second game the Bears took on the Shawnee Mission West squad and emerged victorious 19-O. Turner played one of its better games of the season when playing against Leavenworth. Leavenworth, however was a very strong team and the Bruins were defeated 20-13. Turner was defeated again in its Homecoming 7-0 by a strong defensive Olathe squad. The Bears began their winning streak against Bonner Springs. Bonner was the foe to play the fighting black and gold, and Bruins gave a fine offensive performance by defeating the Braves 37-6. The Argentine contest was the most important game of the season for the Bears. Turner defeated the Mustangs 14-7 for the second time in eighteen years. By virtue of this victory, Turner tied for first place in the EKL. Ottawa was the next EKL foe to be defeated by the Bears 18-0. Turner clinched tie for the EKL cham- pionship with Argentine by defeating Rosedale 52-6 in the final game of the 1962-'63 season. John Carver Richard Andrews Quarterback Center Co-Captains Ronnie Ryan and George Miller pre- sent the E K L first place trophy to Mr. Wilkins for the school as Mr. Elliot smiles proudly. 'mr- MQW iiffiamwa '35 5 '5 0931 4 If if L f E, .Q '- , ' '5 . 4 ' .,t. A it , -It "WT tltff' .ga wa 42' f - M2435 " 'U f Wlqg i - f ig s i-' ' Q' ','. V-.' -:'-. ignglg ,,.,,,M I Ronnie Gerber George Miller Ronnie Ryan Guard Halfback Guard Earl Burke End Jim Carroll Tackle Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. 1962-'63 SCHEDULE Shawnee Mission North Shawnee Mission West Leavenworth Bonner Springs Argentine Ottawa Rosedale Tom Pettey Halfback Turner 20 13 0 19 20 13 6 37 7 14 0 18 6 52 Joe Mendez End Scott Davis Tackle Bill Rock Bill Heustis Don Webb End Halfback End Jan Bonga Bob Howard Jim Haney Guard Fullback Tackle Kenny Shaw Dave Quang Jim LaPoint Guard Guard Quarterback Ronnie Nadvornik George Moore Rick Pretz Fullback Guard Guard Dennis Kane Dave Smith Mike Brooks Halfback Manager End Stan Daugherty Steve Samuels Eddie Fisher Manager Manager Manager Tom Pettey stops a short gain by a Shawnee Mission North back. Battling Bears Vie lor Victories h L ,7 x Dad's Night as Turner downs Shawnee Mission West 19-0. Pictured above are the members of the Junior Varsity Football team in full uniform. Junior Varsity and Frosh Fight Fearlessly Members of the Junior Varsity team in- cluded: Kenneth Bell, Larry Bunce, Bob Chandler, Jim Craig, Mike DeBaene, Charles Douglas, Russ Edwards, David Evans, Wally Falconer, John Flower, Don Gentry, Danny Hall, Steve Hanna, Wayne Hanson, Jack Hill, Don Jenkins, Warren Keck, Derl Keefer, John Kindred, Mike King, Jim Kendall, J.D. Lawson, Joe Lee, Gene Mertz, Rusty Morris, Bob Richardson, Mike Stewart, Fritz Torrey. The Junior Varsity team finished the sea- son with 4 Wins - 3 Losses - 1 Tie. Members of the Freshman team are FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Phillip Page, Richard Wilson, Dennis Osteen, Bob Williams, Steve Smith, Jerry Chambers, Ray LaFon, Richie Malone, David Meditz, Stephen Cathey, Steve Abbott, Junior Brovsm. ROW TWO: Robert Bartlett, Manager: Ronald Kresyman, Mike Rollwagen, Charles Preston, Bill Dickinson, Harold May, Porter Donn, Mike York, Walter Berry, John Gartin, Larry Jones, Jim Foust, Mike Dempsey, The Turner Freshman football team completed its season with one win and six losses. The pur- pose of Freshman football is to help keep and make the athletes physically fit and to teach them the basic fundamentals of football. The team started off by losing their first three games. The Frosh were up for their next and prob- ably most important game of the season against the Argentine Colts. They played their best game of the season and defeated Argentine 7-6, They then lost their last three games. This league record of 1 and 4 gave them a tie for fifth place in the league. Richard Norris, Dave Fisher. ROW THREE:Dave Merrell, Richard Benton, Jim Tomlinson, Richard Andrews, Perry Richardson. Ronnie McGee, John Mixer, Bill Russell, Mike Caton, John Gibbons, Dennis Loxterman, Bill Renne. ROW FOUR: Richard Agnew, Russ Meier, Mike Baier, Glenn Dobbins, Fred Miller, Mike Allen, John Neighbors, Terry Winchell, George Ricehouse, Carl Dugan, Mike Horton, John Davenport, Joe McCurry, Phil Johnson. Huslling Harriers Hold Second I K., ...sl H N' fi 3 Tim Richards Kenny Routh Brad Taylor Kenneth Brailler Members of the Cross Country Varsity Re- serve team are FRONT ROW: Mike Weaver, Wayne Long, Dudley Thompson, Dick Sappington. BACK ROW: Barry Anderson, Kenneth Dillon, Sam Lee, and Jim Tinsley. ,J-.M-..,. Q-.. John Stimac Craig Cassidy Armon Jones LeRoy Craimer Athletes Acclaimed at Banquet Mr. Bill Easton, track coach at the University of Kansas was guest speaker at the annual Fall Athletic banquet held on November 17 in the school gymnasium. After an interesting speech pertaining to athletics, letters were presented to the varsity football squad, the junior varsity squad, 'sophomore and freshman squads, and the cross-country team. The boys also presented gifts to the coaches. Music for the evening was under the direction of Mr, Erdman Johnson and the cheerleaders led the group in the school song. The varsity cheerleaders entertained with a specially selected song for the occasion. Mr. Bill Easton made the very interesting talk at the fall Athletic Banquet. Athletes, their parents, and their dates enjoyed the good food and program. 'rv 5 . arffiiziiea 7 Battling Bears Bucket the Ball Bill Rock Forward Jim Tinsley Center Don Pankey Center Joe Mendez Guard Turner finished its 1962-'63 basketball season with a loss to Ward 49-62 in the dis- trict regional. This year turned out to be Turner's second best record since 1955 of 8-10. In league play the Bears finished 4-6 and ended up fourth in standings. The Bruins started the season with abang by defeating Washburn Rural 67-55 but again the Sumner Spartans spoiled Turner's league chances by defeating them 63-53. Turner went on to 'capture second in the EKL Tournament. In the championship game Ottawa edged past the Bears 49-46. Turner pushed past Ottawa in league play 56-45 to ruin a 7-0 record for the Cyclones. This is to be considered one of Turners best played games. The varsity will have two returning letter- men for next year's squad. Don Webb Forward Turner Washburn, here 55 67 Sumner, there 63 53 Bonner Springs, here 47 51 Ottawa, here 49 46 Argentine, there 76 61 Emporia, there 45 50 Rosedale, here 57 55 Jim Lapoint Ottawa, there 60 57 Forward Olathe, here 46 51 Bonner Springs, here 45 58 Argentine, here 69 52 Leavenworth, there 63 56 Rosedale, there 52 50 Ottawa, here 45 56 Olathe, there 45 39 Leavenworth, here 51 63 Bonner Springs, there 56 59 Ward, there 62 49 Brad Taylor Guard David Smith George Miller Manager Guard R B-Team Both Beals and Bows Pictured above are the junior varsity basketball players. FIRST and Don Gentry. SECOND ROW: Dick Sappington, Rick Pretz, ROW: LeRoy Cramer, manager, Rusty Morris, Dud Thomspon, Wayne Hanson, Barry Anderson and Steve Hanna. To end a fairly successful season the Turner B-Team lost a heartbreaking game to the Bonner Braves by only one point 42-43, March 1 on the Braves court. This same situation plagued the Cubs more than once during the season with losses to Leavenworth 53-54, Argentine 53-55, and Ottawa 52-55 in two overtimes. The team started the season with the tables turned slipping past Washburn 36-35, and then squeezed by Rosedale 49-48 and 45-42 the second time. Ottawa was defeated 46-45 by the Cubs. The remaining games were decisive wins and losses. Washburn, here Sumner, there Argentine, there Emporia, there Rosedale, here Ottawa, there Olathe, here Bonner, here Argentine, here Leavenworth, there Rosedale, there Ottawa, here Olathe, here Leavenworth, here Bonner, there Turner 36 33 43 54 49 52 48 29 53 43 45 46 44 53 42 Members of the Sophomore basketball are BACK ROW: K, John, and L. Fagan. FRONT ROW: V. Long, W. Long, V. Mendez, B L. Scrivner, M, Walters, B. Coons,D, Matney, M, Shay, B, Howard, Stanton, G. Wendt, T. Reed and J. Dame. Fresh, Sophs Succeed in Several Stands The sophomores were off to a good start as they won their first game against Shawnee Mission West 42-40. The next time out they were defeated by Wyandotte's sophomores 48-29 inafruitless battle. On January 1 7 the sophs pulled through the Argentine game in fine fashion with a 49-31 win. On the 24th they again defeated a stubborn Shawnee Mission Under the able coaching of Sherman Price the Frosh ended their regular season with a 6-7 record. After winning their first three games they went into a five game losing streak. This streak was broken by the defeat of Ottawa 36-29. In the final game of the season Bonner ran past the Cubs 34-18 in the E,K,L, Tournament. squad 59-51. Shawnee Mission North was another story as the sophs fell with a thud 55-32. Members of the Frosh Basketball team are TOP ROW:Jr. Brown, D. Merrell, P. Richardson, J. Shiffer, S, Doyle, S. Hinkhouse, and G, Hays, J, McCurry, R, Agnew, R. Chapman, G, Ricehouse, J. J, Carver, Asst, Coach. FRONT ROW: T. Winchell, C. Cassidy, M. Neighbors, T, O'Neal, R. McGee. ROW TWO: S. Cathey, S, Abbott, Allen, K. Dillon, R, Meiers, B,Renne, R, Moore, and S, Price, Coach. Y New A ,jk M Tennis Teams Take Root For the second year in tennis the Turner net men did fairly well. Don Webb and Bill Rock led in most contests contributed to by their last year's experience, In one match held at Ottawa the Cyclones shut out the Bears 7-0. Any person in high school is allowed to play tennis for the team and is encouraged to, states CoachJim Holwerda. Shown above are Don Webb and Bill Rock shaking hands after a practice tennis match. Good Games are GoIler's Goal Turner's golf team under the direction of coach Stan Eitzen completed another successful season. The Bears only lost one dual meet and this was the first loss in three years. The Ottawa Cyclones were the only team to defeat the Bears. Jack Hill was a bright spot on the Turner squad this year. Jack was medalist for Turner with an 80 which helped Turner place second in the E,K.L. meet only ten points behind Ottawa. Jack Hill Danny Weathers David Evans Bob H-2I"f Turner Trackmen Tally Top Totals The Turner cindermen took second in the 1962-'63 EKL track season. The Bruins opened the season with a state indoor meet at Manhattan, Kansas and placed third. In the second outing of the year, the team took first in 'a quadrangular meet at Ottawa. At the Ottawa relays Turner placed fourth. In a dual meet on our own track, Turner finished first over Olathe. Turner participated in the Wyandotte County Relays held at Wyandotte High School. Places were awarded to individuals rather than teams. At Bonner Springs in a dual contest, Turner overran Bonner. The track team also participated in the Shawnee Mission Relays. The big meet of the year, the EKL meet, Turner placed second. This meet decided the league standings. Thirteen boys qualified to go to the re- gional meet at Shawnee Mission North and from this group George Miller and Tom Petty went on to the state meet at Wichita, Kansas. George Miller placed fourth in the broad jump and Tom Pettey received fourth in low hurdles. The varsity track team ended the season with a good standing in second place. During the year seven school records were broken and one tied. Ending with a fairly successful season the Frosh cindermen placed third in the EKL meet with a score of 33 points. Placing ahead of Turner in this meet was Ottawa ffirstj and Olathefsecondl. Winchell from Turner placed in shot-put and Shiffer from Turner won first in high jump. Coach Elliot congratulates Richard Andrews as he makes new record at Varsity track meet. George Miller leaps high and far to break another record in the broad jump event. John Carver uses the bend and spring of the pole vault in a meet as onlookers watch his move. Pictured above are the Varsity track team. FRONT ROW: Left to Andrews, T. Richards, D. Nutt, E. Fisher. ROW THREE: F. Locke Right, J. Bailey, G. Miller, B.Heustis,D.Bra11er, J. Craig, Dennis J. Bonga, T. Pettey, W. Ledom, B, Walton, M. Shay, W. Hanson Kane, H, Hopkins, D, Gentry, C. Douglas, M, Steinrnetz, J. Gilman. D, Matney, J. Tinsley, L. Gage, L. Scrivner, R. Nadvornik, K ROW TWO: M. Staples, B, Briar, J. York, S, Davis, G. Bishop, R. Braller, R. Ryan, W, Falkner, J. Carver. Pretz, J.D, Lawson, B. Howard, D. Jenkins, J. Lee, G. Moore, R. Members of the Frosh track team include FRONT ROW: Left to Loxterman, P. Bartels, P. Richardson, F. Miller, R. Kresyman, Right, S. Abbott, R. LaFon, R. Malone, D. Meditz, T. Bush, M. B. Renne, G. Anderson. THIRD ROW: T. Winchell, T. O'Rea1, B. Patterson, J. Davenport, C. Cassidy, R. McGee. SECOND ROW: Bartlett, J. Gibbons, R. Kietzrnan, R. Andrews, R. Chapman, K. R. Tortorilla, D. Merrell, L. Spards, G. Hayes, R. Meyer, D. Dillon, J. McCurry, G. Dobbins, M. Allen, M. Horton, M. Baier. J ,-.awe ,,.i,E,L , Victory For Varsity e 1 Phyllis Campbell Karon Way Kay Bartels Pat Curth Head Cheerleader The varsity cheerleaders in a favorite formation. V .L gg Ti' ' 5 . , Mft 1, . Butch Wioinski George Ann Males Janet Stevens Carol Smith 68 'lx Bears Have Boastlul Backers The B-Team cheerleaders pose for a picture: Royetta Brown, Cindy Routh, Diane Eaton, Vicki Hecke, Donna Cook, and Connie LaPo1nt The cheerleaders have done a great deal to promote school spirit this year. Much hard work was put out by both squads to create new cheers and plan pep assemblies before each game. Varsity cheerleaders are chosen in the spring of the year while the B-team cheerleaders-are chosen in the fall. These girls are elected by pop- ular vote of the student body. A "C" average must be maintained throughout the entire school year to keep the elected position. Both squads of cheerleaders cheer during basketball season and the varsity cheerleaders cheer during football season. A new attraction was added to pep club this year. Letter girls for the first time sat in front of the pep club during the games to spell out Turner. The girls were outfitted in gold skirts and vests with white blouses and a black letter. They were chosen by the pep club and must have been a senior and have participated in pep club for three years. Spelling out their school's name are: Cheryl Schroeppel, Donna Malone, Kay Jones, Donna Harries, Dana Richardson, Twila Griffee, and Linda Syring, alternate. Mlh K ai. si f' 'fWF7'l ,- Sports Spark School Spirit The Turner Pep Club forms a "T" to stand for the team they root for. SOCI'9faI'Y: and Karen Thomas. ViCS-PTGSIGSIUL Many Turner girls belong to the Pep Club, whose purpose is to create a love of sports, to foster the ideal of sportsmanship and to promote school spirit. Membership is opened to any girl who meets the requirements of the constitution. It has a membership of 211 girls and does much to back our athletic teams throughout the year. The club sponsors are Miss Marshall, Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Dickson, Miss Callahan, and Miss Lindburg. The T-Club is an organization for boys who have earned a varsity letter, or two B-team let- ters in a certain sport and stay out for that sport. Some of the club activities are the annual T-Club Seniors-Faculty game, picnic, and working at sports events they are not participating in. The club is sponsored by Mr. Joe Baker, and Mr. William Claflin. The T-Club is pictured at one of their bi-monthly meetings. Officers for this year are: Ronnie Ryan, presidentg George Miller, vice-presidentg Jim Carroll, secretary: Bill Heustis, treasurer: and Tom Pettey, sergeant-at-arms. f i'1-'--'-Q! Pep Club officers smile proudly before the trophy case: Scharlyn Wilson, president Janet Stevens, program chairmang Sandy Goodrick Gym Show Spotlights Specialities Sophomore boys put on a mighty tug-of-war demonstrating their strength. Girls compete in a lively volleyball game in the annual gym show. A dance tops the evening of demonstrations of physical fitness. Sophomore and freshman boys form a five-tiered pyramid. ww , wffsgleriitwa-1113351155f,1ff14QiS3?hi3gf5i.,fgjtlg, 1' 1 -A lwm Physical Fitness is a Feminine Fancy G.A.A. girls display their trophies as they pose for a club shot. GAA--The Girls' Athletic Association of Turner High School, one of the most active organizations, was set up to develop true sportsmanship through team play and to encourage school spirit in athletics. These girls supervise intramural ac- tivities throughout the year such as volley- ball, basketball, softball, badminton, modern dance and bowling. Tumbling and tennis are open to GAA members as well as play- days and workshops. To be eligible for membership, girls must earn at least 200 points from sports activities outside of school, pass the ath- letic requirements and maintain a "C" av- erae. With 500 points a letter is awarded, with 750 points a GAA pin is awarded, 1,000 points earn a guard, and with 1,500 points a bar is awarded. A trophy is awarded to the girl with the most points at the end of the year. Trampoline demonstrations are a favorite of girls in G,A,A, Here they are practicing a special routine. 72 Pictured on a windy day are the G.A,A, officers: Roy Lynn Johnson, president: Melba Landers, vice-presidentg Corliss Rollwagen, point managerg and Shirley Middleton, secretary treasurer. gm W , fi ,.,' yin' :-f gi f' f W 1 g tn ,?:4 is ' 'M so , Q' at li., iam Muni PM ' v' An award banquet highlights the ending of the bowling season. Trophies are passed out and everyone has a good time. Gutter Gals and Pin Pals Scharlyn Wilson hurls the ball down the alley with grim determination. Members of the bowling teams compete weekly to sharpen scores for national awards. 'V 1 X 1941 ik. Q., , ig Fw wb 4 I we . ,.., Q aa W qi M my s...,,..,,,,.,"""si mm Life is a great adventure, to be lived and cherished. Each day brings with it another chance, Lmcovered opportunity, new ideas. Em- phasis is on the future, the past is put aside. Yet deep inside of everyone, tucked safely away, are those few "magic moments" always to be remembered as life's special gifts to its benefactorg those few time s when the world s t o o d s til 1 and everything else was forgotten. QUEEN KAY JONES KING TOM PETTEY KAREN THOMAS Senior Candidate l'lOl'l'I9C0lTlil1Q, ...fs f KARON WAY Junior Candidate Hopes, Happiness JANET MORCHE Freshman Candidate 5 if 1 CONNIE La POINT Sophomore Candidate H .E aw, . -' N 2 -sng.ff',, H Q if' " - Mfg-p.,, Grads Find Forgotten Faces Familiar as V N In it I Homecoming royalty and their escorts: Janet Morche, escort Jones and King Tom Petteyg Karen Thomas, escort Don Russell: Terry Winchellg Connie LaPoint, escort Don Gentry: Queen Kay Karon Way, escort Charles Herrmann. The suspense is over at last as Tom Pettey crowns Kay Jones Homecoming Queen 1963. Kay Jones smiles happily as she anxiously awaits the big moment. Students Focus on Fun ot Festivities Excitement and gaiety lived again at the twenty- sixth annual Turner High School Homecoming. As is tradition the queen was crowned by the Homecoming King during the halftime ceremonies at the game. Following the game graduates of Turner were in- vited to attend the dance which was held in the big gym. The highlight of the evening was the introduction of former Turner Homecoming queens including Mrs. Pat Harbour Jones, mother of this year's Homecom- ing queen, and Mrs. Klyda Kyle Way, mother of the junior candidate. The Homecoming royalty led the dancing to the music of the Dick Van Sant band. Couples chat with friends between dances. Past grads arrive at Homecoming dance to meet and talk over happy memories. Gary Leach finds out what an escort is really for! QUEEN LINDA SYRING KING GEORGE MIDDLEMAS Sweethearts Enioy an Enchanted Evening Sweetheart candidates watching proceedings are: Butch Wicinski and John Flower, juniorsg Pam Martin and Mike Meginn, sophomores: Pat Arnold and Terry Winchell, freshmen. A romantic mood caught everyone as couples danced to the strains of sweetheart music. . Ki E, Q . gawk: , "Remarkable" says Don Webb as he watches Kenny Shaw stack up cookies. Love was in the air on the night of the Sweetheart Dance, February 16, Cupids and hearts filled the gym as couples danced to the romantic music of specially selected albums. Gary Leach served as an able Master of Ceremonies putting everyone at ease with humorous informality. Entertainment was also pro- vided by Gary with the help of Jack Gibbons and John Flowers. The evening was made complete with the crown- ing of a sweetheart king and queen chosen from eight candidates, a couple from each class. The evening became a night to remember for George and Linda. Prom was Perlecl Place lor The head table is shown enjoying the banquet that began the prom. A big night "Under the Big Top" was shared by the juniors and seniors at the annual Junior-Senior prom. The sopho- more servers dressed in such costumes as that of a clown, gypsy and aerial artists later provided entertainment starting the dance. The gym was decorated with radi- ance as colorful balloons flewabout and a merry-go-round offered a touch of realness to the theme. The Shadowmen added to the magic evening with their music to dance by. Along with the cus- tomary refreshment, a cotton candy machine was present to round out avery memorable evening for the seniors and juniors alike. The Shadowmen presented music to dance by at this festive occasion. Strange things happened at this year's prom. What could she be looking for? ,sv I . 1 eg my Y f ,.A,,, Producing Personal Pleasures f A'1 elf - I! I 1155' K ai f at A11 enjoyed the food and the merry clowns at the banquet. Sophomores in the portrayal of clowns, gypsies, and acro- bats rest after serving the upperclassrnen. in 3 ' -mi f +2 if, A K, UQ, 13,55 V wi .4 V .,.........h...,. Some danced and others sat this one out enjoying the music and conversation. k -WK f 'Qviiixi 3' ' Wy, + i --.: Av HN' if Q ? ?j ' :H my ' ' .iq , 195, Princess of Fun and Mischief Pat Curth Prince of Fun and Mischief Jim Carroll Princess of Charm and Personality Judy Bruce Prince of Charm and Personality Bill Rock Turnerile Princess of Athletics Dana Richardson Prince of Athletics George Miller Royalty , i' -- ,' m ' 4 4 Q ."' ti, , y k i- is I n ,.f A- 'E H9 -"' ,- 1' 'W' 1 557? 5 - ' ff T g hhiiv it P S Skill. u . ,:,.:f Q- gun -' ' i F, ' ,' ill V : f ,--, iii-' 4 P W S -' ,P - A a Prmcess of Promise and Success Janet Stevens , sit: 1' A 'fww 51 -fm , ::- -fi: 1 if liilai iff iae g gjfgfi i 'fy' , gi ul .Lu i -- :. aqtisvg F a ggi- A ' if ,V ' A f, 451 if f I 1 fi L 253 'gy Pr1nce of Promise and Success Jan Bonga " - - 19? E .,., ' EV Qc- X' 1, , ' ww' 14 , . . f ' 1 Q - Q ., .si ' Q ggfg igfeigq 3 ' . J, :K 22 'jim' ff,-ff- 1 'TUB ' ggi-yi Lgssi, if 2 ' ', P 3 Qi ifM1fi'r l 'x - B ' an 1 - W, fs ,tillage P2 P rigs -9 , ,.., 151- .ii .'E.:3iil,Qz Eizfifii gi f j V. l f, S ' TN 5 ,. iii' E V J ' 1 P SS,, , it w il Q - i 3 E 1' A - 1 V ,f 1 f ' ' ,rg A A .g . , M 115 , 'iii if fi.: 3 7 , 'vi H '- ,NMQWN Princess of Achievement Carol Alvey Prince of Achievement Scott Davis Princess of Talent Donna Harries Prince of Talent Gary Leach Royalty Reigned Regally in Romantic The Royal Court consisted of, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Ron Gerber, John Carver, Joe Mendez, John Gann, Bill Heustis, Ron Ryan, Ray Farrar, Don Webb. ft ' 4 04 "April in Paris" was the theme of one of the big events of the year, the 1962-'63 Press Ball. It is at this dance the Turnerite royalty is presented and crowned. The scene was an outdoor cafe in Paris complete with c o l o r f ul canopies, red- checked tablecloths, and a band pavilion, A huge regal crown backed the throne. As the royal couples were introduced they walked together proudly ,through a gold Arch of Triumph to be crowned by the Homecoming King and Queen. The enter- tainment highlight was a Can-Can dance by six junior girls. Pam McGregor and Roger Jones also sang special selections. To fin- ish a perfect evening couples danced to the music of Jimmy Tucker and the Townsmen. The Royal Court consisted of, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Cheryl Schroeppel Dusty Melton, Twila Griffee, Karen Thomas, Neola Walton, Jody Haney Donna Malone, Nancy Jones. Q Queen Phyllis, King Richard smile happily. Locale ol Love and Laughter Tim Herring escorts Jeanne Beasley through the The presentation of journalism awards is apartof the Press A h f T . I ,C a . t .th th .n Ben and it is the job ofthe king and queen to present them. rc 0. Hump! O S315 W1 e Crowm g CGTGIDOHISS. The Homecoming king and queen have the honor of crown- ing the Turnerite royalty as they Walk through the Arch of Triumph. Everyone was caught in the magic of this very special evening 89 5 1 1 4 N 1 Q A , 1 "W -' 'WN'-' 'T-5' OITIOYYOW Students of today are leaders of tomorrow but as they think of each other now they are simply the boy in study hall, the cute girl in fourth hour, or the next door neighbor. Know ing each other is one lesson school could not teach alone. Tomorrow they will live together in a world of responsibility and dec1s1ons today they laugh together in a world of fun and promise. Glimpses ol Good Times, Fun And Turner boys join in the Christmas spirit as they gather for caroling. Everything was up in the air at the Junior, Senior Prom. The sophomore party was fu11 of fun and surprises. Frolic with Favorite Friends "You say you have a horse, Callie Sue ?" An Olathe eagle burns before Homecoming And after a red fire truck I want a . . . Three o'clock at last! J,- Now what did I do with page 56? Mixers at Turner are big hits with everyone. Memories are made ol moments like this 'Kiki "Now listen school spirit, what 4 you need is an aspirin." n A Pat Curth, salutatorian, makes final tear-jerking speech at sen- ior assembly, Activities, Assemblies, Amusements -Y f V wk, ,,,,,, NH - 1 . ,A r . qc- s ,,...' ""'1'W"'m 4 ' -- :Fw mr K t A ,i k ' as , f ga- ,V Q.--Q """ 'sf A if 3' in K 9 ,Q , , ,Xa - 4 .- W 1 A 1 Hug 5. , . , .. nf-s ,- t ' 1 -" ,i fl 1,0 mv A Hz fwfr , ,f...ft..f,2H,4-.,w--7-L4 ,- A new feature, the book fair, went over big with Turner students, Seniors beat faculty for first time in schoo1's history. 95 Class of '66 H iii iw- My Q-if ,nav Q f ww-a-55 Glancing through last year's annual the Freshman class officers look forward to their first high school yearbook. LEFT TO A. ' 4 . RIGHT THEY ARE: Gary Hayes, vice-president: Susan Potchad secretary-treasurerg and George Ricehouse, president. 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EE F F as .4 2 f'- F 'J' +L M ff f' We the Freshmen Sandra Eastwood Linda Edrington Sherry Edwards Robert Eickhoff Jerry Elkins Janie Elson Linda Ershine Charles Espy Connie Everett Vicki Everhart Jim Farrar Linda Felt Kathy Fewin David Fisher Janet Fivecoat Sandra Flaherty Sharon Foster Jim Foust Duane Frass Bill Frazier J.W. Gage , 3, Wilbur Criger Riba Criner Cheri Crockett Charles Crossland Joe Cutler Vanya Corothers John Davenport Carolyn DeMott Mike Dempsey Linda DeShazer Kathy Dickens Bill Dickinson Kristi Dickson Gail Dillion Ken Dillion J. Dixon Glenn Dobbins Mike Douglas CoAnn Dodd Porter Donn Rose Ann Dorsey Rex Douglas Mike Downey Steve Doyle Carl Dugan Don Dunn Sylvia Eads Beverly Eafsley are ready to lace the K Q r E ,rg as if iggl - at d F , if , .:':-' '-'-- 4 4 ? --i.' ' aw? ' ' ':" 1 W ' F ' yon .. - ,'-: ' ne i 'Q ' , 7 ,ef .. N A HH il an zz -f.: :Qu if fiiiff 5 .. .. fam' 44' ,F we s tew -. H iv H . M., ., , 3 'sw fr-J f gm KW Q ff, 1 .. X , L.. . E? 1 A by 3, -1- --li: .5,,:LL . V3 . X ,W L Qi? - 9 ' H .ll Ea ' zl- 'lli H " ,1E., A "'. -f:, . Y ' or .,.. Q "':' ' , we, P- l 5' x Janice Gamble Donald Gardner John Gartin John Gibbons Ethel Grandstaff David Green Jim Grall Debbie Hague Elmer Hahner Richard Hale Connie Hall Linda Hammer John Hammond Audrey Hannen Benny Harding Richard Hardesty Ricky Hardman Gary Harris Ken Harris Ron Harris Don Harrison Merry Hart Dorita Harvey Gary Hayes Derrell Henry Lois Henry J. Herd Stephen Hinkhouse future and the lun ol growing up Ernie Holloway Dorothy Holt Bill Hoover Pat Hoover Mike Horton Dorothy Howard Bill Houp Dennis Howell Gaylen Howell Lynda Hughes Linda Hundley Sandra Jacobs Gail James Russell Jenkins Arthur Johnson John Johnson Ken Johnson Phillip Johnson Linda Johnston Larry Jones Richard Jones Z I 9 im? me-of ,-., N. If "2-'ff' H . ' 'Za' 'V :nd J l l . ...: i A 2. V, ...,, ' ' -11, E ly aq-A is aww. H - mm. TN-511213 'fi'-CvY'Q:':. 2? , . , ,,.,3,:,Q., , if 'I ,W Vlv ff , of J 4? 99 , 100 Class .5 ,. ,i 1 .4 . ., V aa s 0 ':" '.i'f - ..'-- in curriculum ollers a challenge eil' 7"", s' L. if ,hifi els 13' fbi. 7 , -' EF f .f -.K + 5 lr t db fi, 5, in if I -'S' ,, . eeee rl e M S if M A -bkb ..-:: I . Q . I .,,-:. :5 .fz-1 - - ' to u a . , :'4 ' ,..A . l l f off if 4 .- Y A -si fl 1 'qi '1,q. t :II W 4. V' Izig 1 ' ' L Marie Keck Sandy Keller Bill Kendall Clyde Kennedy Sue Kenslow Bonnie Kessler Ron Keitzman Beatrice Kiff Sue Killough Janet Kimler Betty King Don King Don Koontz Ron Kresyman Ray Lafon Hal Ligon Mike Lorfing Tom Lillard Jennifer Lillard Artie Lovell Dennis Loxterman Lydia Trout Nancy Macan John Macon Bobby Magill Richie Malone Ron Martin Jane Mason Lana Mawhiney Paul Maxville Harold May Ron Maybell Susan McCoy Jana McCrary Joe McCurry Linda McDonald Ron McGee Janet McGuire Jack McHenry David Meditz Russ Meier Rex Merrell Leslie Milam Larry Milford Don Miller Fred Miller Judy Miller Linda Miller Peggy Miller to Ihe Dan Misenhelter Bill Mitchell John Mixer Judy Montgomery Georgeanne Moore Jerry Moore Russell Moore Janet Morche Cindy Morgan John Moyer Terry Nealy Dan Neighbors John Neighbors Vicki Neighbors Ronnie Newton Curtis Nichols Don Nolan Donna Oglesby Marsha O'Neal Tom O'Neal Dennis Osteen Judy Owens Phil Page Fred Palmer Sherry Park Steve Park Betty Parks Ed Parsons Larry Parsons Cheryl Patterson Michael Patterson Frank Payne Beverly Peterson Cheryl Peek Pam Peters Mike Potchad Susan Potchad Kay Politte Randy Poletis Doris Prather Cathie Preston Charles Preston Connie Pretz Maria Price Keith Provence Rita Pruitt Bill Renne George Ricehouse Pat Richards i n mg at wif capacity of not ga rg V ii 1 1. ,,.. 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M , fd .-,.v,ffeg Ji? 52 ,, K 1 K .f iii' K w-1 x Sze indulge into the interior 'HF 'M ,,,, l S - iii. M A - ' W :M,, , , .al K , , , , , W. Wi .1., ,,,. ..:. , Q-, ,W i ff A ., 4 . , . . if as f Zi' " as We 59 5 ,.v. no , , at arf . ff , ,Q,,b,f5.5 1f '. , ' w, gfry, - T ,, V , mi ff , ' sew ' - f' ' i vw 'f 5 :- . ,, . , . 2 X z f V - lege ay rt . me ' afm. . an A ' we V V, ,:. Z fl, . "i ':" ' i zg' i . 2 it ECL .. ',i'i ' T -.i i r,lii M Z' :., ZE, 1 im 4 7 'X,., fi -If pictures were taken: Wesley Smith and Stephen McGill. ' .' ::.5 :.. 5 3551 , 533253: ' A ie 52552 ' ' T f xt , , ..,,. , ., 'wut if. , -'-' Pictured below are freshmen who were not present when school 103 104 CIBSS of '65 Each year of high school brings with it new friends and new fun. more class officers: Steve Hanna., vice-president: Don Gentry The sophomores have had two exciting years and are anxiously president: and Linda Randolph, secretary-treasurer. awaiting the next two. The smiling people above are the sopho- , Ron Abel f r ll,V ---' - r r r , -"V: rr A . Merle Adams E K ' 15, H A , , I R, v. I Virgil Aderhalt V Q in Q35 Everett Alford A Q V-i ff? H fu- Jean Ammerm an 1 ,, ' -. r Terry Andrew K 5 aa . W ,Aw if Charles Armantrout ,g In w e V ,V - gg Judy Armsworthy , , E. .. A . 1 g V , Jerry Asbeu K V r 'A' ' r .Q f .1 , f - N f if - .Q , V " if ' Keith Asbell V " : gf VV 3 , .A rz' 4 W if Vicki Backus I A P " M ' X Ed Backhus ' r gf . f ir ,, i i ff ' ' - J h B '1 , f Af" Z ir ' , ' ' rx? A' I F ' CO nl S 31:82 Friends and lun Connie Baxter Bob Beery Sandra Behrends Brenda Benson Rom Breiman Bob Billings Diane Bottorff Phyllis Bowlin Pat Bradley David Brallier Bill Breyer Mike Brooks Carl Brown Royetta Brown Shirley Brown Margie Bryant Larry Bunce Kay Burnley Colleen Burnside Bill Cain Jean Cameron Jerry Catania Pat Chandler Bob Chandler Carolyn Channell John Chesney Ken Christophers Lonnie Clay Donna Clevenger Terry Colby Linda Comley Bill Cone Ken Cook Donna Cook Coleen Cooley Bob Coons Kathy Cooper George Cop Connie Cornlius Jerelyn Coutsonikas Bette Cox Arlie Cumbie Frances Creten Dick Crider Tom Commings Bill Custer Dane Cutler Bob Czirr James Dame Tom Dart Tauna Davis Bill Davis Ronnie Dawkins Carl Dearinger Donna DeBaene Sharon Debriek ii , W E ia X , - ef 'u'f 1 41 I, .lug B '--r I Q ,oyir . ' C C ,I C QECE if 524 14 Sin ' '5 5. ,,., Y , B in A 'A "'l IZI A n i Eg. l wie, .vyv 1 fa ,fi ,, I F-21 ' ,,,:" if B y ' r ' 1 2:- 1 i4 i ,r nb' X Ki' i m HC, hi! "4 ,Ji SKF f 3 5 I 5 J , P' .1 1 if 2 M if 'Is W' lm 4111, 4 w H in ww ., 4 if y ,ii, .n w ' 1. if f if iq' uf as ' W, .... , X. M ab'-9. L 41' QT-1, if .. .E... of .4 Liege C 1: -ii' a C ai r y uuu B ie 5'li ' " C eylyy V 1, if P l S it .A ,,, 4 My x x 'i'i"ii'ii : r 105 1 O'5 , ,, as new ...ri Q 31:1 M and at s o rr t Sw sl , A g amd. L in at 1 ' ' 535 f -'ts ff K -:L K' ' Q t ,.:: J . - , . Q, , . ., isiifizsafifas : jr ,Q-ve:sQx': fir. ,Wl L A N ,Sai-ff, , , 3:1 :Q g .,x. ,sg .--fi-,isifg ' 1 -'I -, 1? SKY" : gr:',, 'T ' V I ' - 215 ' Wig- , - -5 , -L-. -- , . -3 V. 1 ,s T535 g I . '- . ew ' ' 'L iffy: S- if gflf. l .C 3 3, -4 H1 w- fa 2 Z B? S si 5 , ,. in hm M' x D is Wa 5? 'K -wr 055' X ,Li . N if ., i . Ev, L -1 - P Q. an 3 'if A .wa ,rg , ,A X ,- r sail 7 - o M R . , . --g,g K kL'L' VAKV , y dy G nf! f i ' We the Sophomore students Nl. :,. . ff!! ' an K W fu-.,, 5 5 is ,rf -3 'I I 3 1 , 7 3 . I ,,,- ' ' E5 V- i i I ,QII ,sgj 1 Q 1 ,I -. fu, Pat De Courcy Joan Ditto Phyllis Dobson Dennis Dodd Tony Dornbrack Gary Downey Ed Drake Bob Eads Linda Easter Diane Eaton Russ Edwards Linda Elam Ken Elam David Erickson Ronnie Estes Carl Everhart Larry Fagan Judy Fain Wally Falconer Jack Falman Murrel Ferguson David Fiene Ed Fisher Sandra Forrest Ed Foster Etta Fountain Kathy Fox Ed Fulkerson have succeeded -"- 1. nr T . tr es A We' ifg fgj, 4 T? La Donna Fulton Larry Gage Regina Garcia Ronice Gartin Jack Generaux Don Gentry Terry Gerkovich Sandra Gieber Carol Giesick Dan Gilbert Sherrie Gilbert Ed Gill Gary Gilley Lynda Gilmore John Gilman Jim Goodwin Evelyn Gorsage Carlie Graham Danuta Graham Terry Hale John Hall Mike Hallisey Clinton Hammer Steve Hanna Ray Hannarnan Wayne Hanson Bonnie Harkness Janet Harper Steve Harris Steve Hart Vickie Hecke Karren Heineken Sharon Henroid Barbara Hester Babe Hester Dick Higgins Leonard Hill Pamala Hilton Betty Jo Holenbeck Steve Holt Janet House Phyllis House Bill Howard Bob Howard Linda Huggins Karla Hughey Clinton Hunt Mary Huskey Karen Jackson In V lzqn J H -A ":- 'M 'Z' QE I J r e , 4 EE- r I A Q f f ,. -- Al . A 'f' ff 5l.1 ' f .f gjff aw t f : -": 1-- J ' wg -Y - -f': K I ,ll if r 5 ff l as ,Q -- L R e,,. 'Q -4.,A- 'uzl i l . '--1 ,Z i t V y i' ' gh , , V Tx i . Dianne James Jo Ann James Kenneth John Eunice Johnson James Johnson Vickie Johnson Ar-mon Jones, Jr. Gayle Jones Geneva Jones Jackie Jones Jane Jones Joyce Jones Roger Jones Derl Keefer Joyce Kissell Barbara Knight Janice Knight Mike Kobe Stanley Krzesenski Mary Kuhns Sheryl Kushner OUI' SeCOl1d SeSSi0l'l aaa .:t. V . Y I , Q 'B ",,' V - . ,,,, S Q. I ff' W5 l. J, ff Q,.,,j J' I . aww, as . 'B 1 W , " Z,, N 11. , H A'r": . ,. iil Tj , te J A is .. J 1-, . ,vgll if ma 107 108 512552 5 llfiei . 5 M Y - ,,,. J, F X at 8 Q5 . , :B s L S 5 Z llli r . 1 L"5 .V H M ilnto i ,: J looi J A I y 2 ,J , 6 ye I I g . .:,'-,..-: ..,, JI, ' K X 2 2 Honor and happiness have Pamela Martin David Matney John Matz Roger Maxey Vernon Maxey Linda Maybell Sondra McClain Charles McCoy Mildred McCoy Rickey McCoy Mary McDonald Linda McKinley Patricia Medina Mike Meginn Dorothy Melton ..-. , fu W A if 2 A ,gig ' . 4. 6 W -1 ,FM or it S 'A' '7V' V- -, '.: 1' 'SM A A A l 1 42 . :js Carol Ladenburger LeRoy Landrum Claudia Lang Connie La Point Jim Larirnore Juanita Leavey Sharon Lebow Ellen Leckrone Bill Lee Joann Lee Joe Lee Sherry Lester Linda Lewis Winona Lewis Bill Floyd Fred Lock Wayne Long Vernon Long Rick Lorfing James Loveall Beverly Louage Sharon Lowe Pat Lunday Becky Macan Douglas MacFarlane Gary Main Richard Manis Nancy Martin hovered high -K if .L if 5,5 as S553 X 'fy n J i ,t Jl wa ' " s z .A ., Er.. 2 x "tif VQVL- A 'fffzhfft ' in -oz l. ji.:-, ' .E . -- if Q ig? W - .em My me fb! YN. " X rf. - 1 Af ggi: auf 6 ' x 'fi fx A 1 me ,T 'J . ? ,L uf' av 1. 1. 1, throughout our high school Linda Randolph Larry Roy Terry Reade Kenny Redman Mary'Riohards Paul Richardson Robert Richardson Dale Anne Riden Linda Ripperger Charlene Robb Carol Robertson Sue Robertson Donald Rogers Rhonda Rose Mike Rouse 4 'Ra- 3 .5 W. fu ,-E425-f :-:...gg, fam, 5, if .- gig - 2 431 'Q S , ,E 4: .v l W, ,. - m e Q-,sv H we -- , la, ., .. W, A 9 s Q1 if is gl, or Vje at si 5 E W if 2 ,IQ 45 B as we mf ffifgqi 2 it li' ag me HW J-P If 5 Vincent Mendez Gene Mertz Keith Middlemas Janice Minteer George Moore Larry Moore Ruth Moore Becky Muro Tom Murphy Sue Murray Mike Morrisey Vicki Nauss Frances Nenecheck Daniel Nutt Linda Oakes Jane O'Nea1 Charlotte Palmer Linda Palmer Mike Pankey John Parker Cathy Peden Terry Peck Robert Peppard Joe Pollock Karen Poston Charles Potter Katherine Powers Linda Pruitt hOl.ll'S . - ' ,i --,'4s.-:ff gf n l '- t V , - 2, . , fir: if, if ekr -K Z f -' f may 6 ,- , " 1 R . ' 31 109 110 As Turneriles we are to - Q A '11 'F 'fa-62235 :f n -ages y W 3, Lili ' .. f ,, .ass ads, ,:- V .mx rf. V . . in , ,, ... -V5-.J , 'fx -ag g A -A y ,J f .. . . , , .. j ' Q mn at , .X 'Milf Wg355T ,5fwf ,:f,- ,, , 6 'J rf 2 A fill L , vi 'tif ' "1'l?' :f ,f :of W V , ay' W if an J T as 2 K Zi. A 4 8 tr' N. P - Neal K W if f .5 A - " ' I fiilffs .S .i is . Q an A W3 4 J ff - 'Q' -:V x 4? K 3, S t fr., S S turn toward 'Q Q , W' X A L f-M, --.3 x f H L- .., . .L Cindy Routh Kenny Routh Linda Rust Barbara Schroder Michele Schroeppel Betty Schuler Debora Scott Loren Scott Nancy Scott Larry Schivner Lynn Shane Becky Shaw Mike Shay Gary Sheppard Patty Shirk Donald Siler Jerry Sims Sharon Slankard Dannel Smith Jackie Smith Joyce Smith Richard Smith Sandy Smith Stanley Smith Donna South Larry Sparks Larry Spiess David Staffer Janet Stafos Donna Staley Bob Stanton Mike Staples Mike Steinmetz John Stimac Lola Stimac Annette Stines Carolyn Stone Sharon Storms Connie Swenson Ronnie Swenson Carolyn Swinney Frank Smith Gary Tanner Charles Taylor Robin Thomas Virgil Thomas Deloris Timmerman Joyce Tipion Clifford Tisdale our third term ot terrific times Vivian Toler Richard Tomlinson Louis Turk Sharon Turner Kathy Ufford Roberta Vaubel Beverly Vincent W ., ,?:-g 2 V v. - " ,Q .fil- -alv x Q 5' 3 ' if gy af Mi if , if 'ff Pat Wagner , Vicki Walker Pat Walley Mike Walters Bill Way Kenny Weiss Carol Weltze Gene Wendt Marilyn Whisenant Sandy Wilcoxon Barbara Wilson Linda Wisner Dennis Wistron 4' Mary Wilson Paula Wolfe Charles Wray Mike Wright Steve Wyle Tiri Zemmer ' K. f K U - Q, as as 'ia 3 W Wei , Q 'f 'W '13 Q ,, H QSM, 5? PM, " ve? 49 Ee M ,. Q . ,. A , M Q a ,ri i Q 'L Q: V . :'A r , , .5Q. ,I . , NanCY Witter X Linda lnne s Larry Israel John Sullivan Judy Siler E ttrl' 1 2"i q -if .-'i 5 A ff . M 'E y,, A , Pictured at right are sopho- mores who were not present when school pictures were taken. FRONT ROW: David Andrews, Jonni DeMeyer, BACK ROW: Jolm Willmon, Tom Lillard, Dave Hinkhouse. it o f A 4 3, X, e 2 x Hg 3 HW 1 5 E wifi . ,,, K A mi. Ni 1 +1 41 m . ,,, A ' fa' ,w 11 112 CIBSS ol '64 A highlight ofthe junior year is electing student council officers dent: John Flower, president: and Linda Stober, secretary for the year to come. Shovsm above are the junior class officers treasurer. during the big campaign week: Barbara Anderson, vice-presi- 7 323 1 "ax 5 ,M y PM Y , A,.k .A AE I V K K ' - . f i x 1 ' -Af' , .j y f A . X X A i f - . ,,,, .- :g W 3 -, jp , , JT. w 1 TT up , -A :VL -I Cynthia Adams Rita Adkins Bobby Agnew Gilbert Allison Linda Alvey Barbara Anderson Barry Anderson David Andrews Robert Arwine Richard Atkins Terry Atkinson Doris Bain Edwina Barnett Kay Bartels Position ot prestige is predicted John Bates Mary Baxter Sandra Beard Kenny Bell Brenda Bennett Larry Berry Richard Bichel Gary Bishop Paul Bixler Brenda Blackburn Terry Blanton Ronald Bloodgood Jim Blythe Carol Bonga Kenneth Brallier Charles Bremer Sue Bronson Wayne Brown David Bruce Sue Burman Jim Bush Susan Caldwell Rita Callaghan Linda Cansler Nancy Carey Connie Cazzell Eugenia Cerda Bill Cesar Larry Clay Linda Cole Bob Cooke Carol Cornelius Pat Coughlin David Cox Jim Craig Charles Cain Joyce Crossland Cheryl Crutchfield Roberta Cullen Stan Daugherty Jack Davis Sandy Davis Dan Deaver Mike DeBaene Richard DeMuynck Terry Detrick Charles Douglas Gary Douglas Larry Doyle Wayne Estes Carol Drake Linda Dressler Joyce Dyster Bernice Elam Margie Elkins Leon Erwin f , all . Q V"':-:.I' T A -'i-i 5 1 itkr . Q f ja Fa? a Q ' -in :,e .. C W gf e .mi lf- f,-v if - asf A 'fl y aa fs? ' . We 41 -11 555 S- W, gg ' ' as r'rre , . C B J ' , V I .3 5 3 Q 1 at i 'L he C In lli: if . KN 5 , . : n . ag K N-- Q ' ra . '.., , t lt- Y :wi A ,V A, -J .,,,,- ' V' f ,NL ,I z a. .. -- atr r a c V I it Ill V , V A. xg., --Ima. ' Vk ff' is A+ Y T kl' - : I Q I , .h gig ' J 5 as E C ia .ine r :2 n J f J siis 1 Viii r, E E at - eiie J at l V.. slim ' ii', 1 ,.:.a,t,,.,,., V. rasit l.,. J if i i ii ill J dldi ',i1 i aadday J 1-E J :,. ., g A ..VV V , - 1: ,tlEiy.ii 1- . r ,eg E-i1'i 4 if 1 'iiv in - guryb y ' 113 114 L xx 'M ww y kyg W N. f i f ' E -: X? -A V . 'A W ... Bri m, CU. " fi G ' . he .f W., .QQ ,, Q' il V r Qfilxfi . iii I K S U if "" .nuns in K E .J ii "-- W . ,, jx. Q- a . I mf David Evans Peter Ferder Jerry Ferrin Nancy Fisette Linda Fivecoat Arthur Fletcher John Flower Cecil Foley Dianne Ford Nancy Franklin Sharon Frazier Francis Frey Sharon Gamble Diana Gammon W- V A 'V Peggy Garrison so 'i'-V V- .-Z2 ii L 'F X Gloria Gibbs .. , i,,. I Judy Gilhfius V u Terry Gilley is 'lf M Charlene Glenn ... . ,L Sandra Goodrick .4 M25 112 f1'f - "my,-gh , ,L if ii .A7.,,,,q" I I rir 1 A.'- G ig., Tanya Griffee ii' li V. i' . Ronnie Griffin A F "' , F"' 1 ii ' I 5 .. - Johnnye Groothouse . -i.LL zg' . ,K . j Susan Guilkey K W T . Var. .'.' 'V :A iff .Q Tim Gu stin S o y 4 i 1 ' F V' Mike Haefner V F 'F i 'V ' 3 L, 4 A Jane Hall Soon we shall seek our Senior year Danny Hall ,'L,,lW I , . ' K 1 Marie Hall ,.. , ' i 1 Forrest Hammer n ,'-- 1 F gi - Sandy Hammerle E ,, 'Q 1' ' ,. V- ' Sharon Hardman "1 ' if :ui .,,h it jr , wh ., ,X Susan Harkness , Va V' Vicki Harrell ' ' K 1 Linda Harris Q . - 6 ' Ronnie Hafrod ? P ' 3,12 - :, ,gg , J in , Bob Hart l"i' F F -' . ir' Q i- J Tb k 6 f-i In ,, x R F f I 2 Larry Harter fm! , fd Kathy Hayes 1... f 32 ':., H Y Linda Hellebuyck ' .V V ,gi i Carol Henrion . S V Charles Herrmann -'VA 5 7 H - F e i .. , 5 , R .- or H I I, z .f,' :QA 1..', an .. 4 I II, I iw- - ' 'T ' i f , Q . J fm as K ,, llaa Q A J ,,.. is ,I I I I I I in Hi. . 'f 2, ,Q - ' 'Q-Z' I I. E :-e I - i s ? ' M j j Ib. I I II, I ..,A ,I VV,V, , gi ifg .ll If, .. ?,,,g.l , ,. I , , I, ' ,gig I II I . II II I , L,' V R J - - 1. len r r, . ' III I .f:-' : 511, , pe II 'si V- If , I I I i R A '14 L gif, :"' f A +3 , , -2,413,521 3 ,33 1 5 I II I I I If .v,. , , II. ,1.:vL,. , II V,L I I IIII JIXIII ,.,, .l, -- -Q A ,. 12 ::': 2 fl nil ' 'IQY :,. ,,I f 'J .'1."f ,,::.1::, f 5:7 f' A -'V, : 'Y' ' :'.Ai jigffg x' ' :,IfIIII II II I ,IIIII -I , - Y., to someday succeed as succe Mike King Carol Kleoppel Becky Krause Sharon Ladenburger Richard Lanaman Janice Lane Pat Lane Jim La Point J.D. Lawson Steve Leavey Wesley Ledon Sam Lee Ronnie Lesseg Barbara Lockerby David Higginbotham Jack Hill Jerry Hinton Don Hooker Harold Hopkins Bill Howard John Huff Larry Huff Pat Huggins Rex Hutton Delores Haughenberry Doug Iwerks Sharon Jacobs Candy Jameson Don Jenkins Ronnie Johnson Karen Johnson Melodie Jones Larry Kaiser Dennis Kane David Karnes Warren Keck Cathy Kelly Jim Kendall Jim Kendall Bob Kindall Diane Kern John Kendred " K r "ll 'R zg' n n i J I 115 I If:-1. IIIII,,,..II i g 5E:, li K o ll X .1 , -1- V':-:-V H l I X J in X l. in M 1.l2f: X Sw W . .. a r I . -is 2+ l v, if ,SI M AE. I 2, 2 4 -qs. i A.1?g ? .sk 116 We pride in planning plays and 352, A-1 ff. J Qs . sg ' gi 1 as 7 nl a E , 128 ,.. . 1 ' -.-- 1 f ., ai , go ,gig H Q.. .. K 'mx -f -. i 11 51 5 ' if J h A a ai fa 'f""'fi if wnn, p',pn l ' " t 5 fl , I. f nL-.h ,ii 2 ' i ' 2: " .. . 1555 -' i f - fi .. , - 3 JSM , 5 7 z .fn L93 .is Vrkkr 5. K gwfl 5 f 54 1. 2: I L . 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A iw H , proms Danny Lockwood Denzil Loftin Frances Long Pat Long John Lowder Ed Lust John Lutjen Bob Mace Mike Magee Richard Maher George Ann Males Sandra Manis Penny Mansell Don Marshall Burton Maxon Cheryl McFarland Barbara McGhee Pam McGregor Shirley Middleton Barbara Miller Jim Miller Trudy Miller Jim Moore Jerry Morgan Larry Morgan Rusty Morris George Muro Gary Myers Ronnie Nadvornik Linda Neely Leonard Neff Bob Netterville Judy Nolan Emily O'Bryan Earl Ott John Owens Craig Oursler Joyce Pack Jean Pate Robert Patrick Charles Payne Jim Peek Jack Petrey Charlette Potter Keith Prather Judy Pretz Rick Pretz Gary Price Richard Ramos which prove that promise Marsha Rank Judy Raupp Beverly Ray Sandra Redmon Charlene Reedy George Reitz John Rhodes Cheryl Richardson Don Richardson Pat Rives John Robbins Donna Robertson Pat Robinett Ray Robinson Virgil Robinson Karen Rodrogiez Sharon Rodriguez Calvin Romprey Glenna Rueda Ronald Russell Steve Samuels Dick Sappington Mike Saucerman Betty Schell Linda Schmidt Paul Scott Kenny Shaw Lewis Shepherd Gary Siler Paula Simmons Roger Simmons Rosie Slayton Gary Slavens Linda Slavens Jim Sloan Carol Smith Judy Smith Sharon Smith Tom Smith Connie Smithey Russell Stambaugh Barbara States Bill Stewart Mike Stewart Kenny Steves Nora Stites Linda Stober Carol Stout Robert Strain ...-.,-M... -M 2 does prevail S, -iv , . , A Q . 2 sr .el A ,Ll ik, all W d M Www- ' xy "xiii, ifkku-l ' f R We fn 3 'Q 5 H if W fear . gf 5 Hx Q W V1 -- ii. .. , 1-f 2 5 .rf I of ff f ef.: 'QE M .-JF is , i. 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Beverly Jean Sullivan Barbara Sweezy Nancy Tague Gayle Teeter Raymond Thebo Harold Thomas Dudley Thompson Connie Tinsley Jim Tinsley Fritz Torrey Toni Tortorilla Jim Turney Ed Tuter Maxine Ufford Cherelyn Van Dyke Gloria Van Hook Dick Van Sant Martha Vaughn Ray Vergot Pat Wacker Barbara Wadel Karon Walker Sharon Walker Pat Walsh Bob Walton Linda Warner Danny Warren Billie Watson We respect responsibility that is ours if A 5 Q 6 ,gf if EE gg fiiu a'x . VE- H 1 K K ' - Kali ,-'- , K A . K SQ ,.. f - ,.. l'eWe has WFHW MQif?ef Tai We . VI W . 5 Q I: L. A :-V, -, ,Zi 7 3 , ' , ri- . . -' V :" ve , 1 q -i In Qj gjill 3 , -"X f , th : I Karon Way Mike Weaver Jim Webb Bill Wells Sharon Wesoloski Becky West Linda Wheeler Billy Whisenant Roy Whitaker Ivan Whitewater Butch Wicinski Dorothy Wiggins Kathy Wilcoxon Charlene Williams Diana Williams Gary Williams Roger Williams Frank Winsky Jim Wisong Sharon Wiyninger Kin Woodward Carol Wing Dennis Boettcher Paula Czirr Tom Shoemake Don Pankey Gary Small an , 3, 3 gg me - i1 Re! , ,KM 1 44 2 H., ik WM V le' 2 '- L " K Q 'S fm 1 1 g' Ti s r r fy, and are ready lo receive the recognition Pictured below are juniors who were not present when school pictures were taken: BACK ROW: David Andrews, Kenny Weiss, Sandy Tolbard, Tom Roark. FRONT ROW: Linda Shockley, Bonnie Braet, Judy Gilhaus. 119 Class of '63 em. 120 The work, the fun, and the activities for the Senior year have' George Middlemas, vice-presidentg John Gann, secretary come to an end. Above, inamoment of leisure at a favorite spot, treasurerg and George Miller, president. are the leaders of the Senior class--From LEFT TO RIGHT: A climax has come with commencement DAN ARWINE Industrial Arts Club. RIC HARD ANDREWS Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 13 Track 1,2,3,43 Class Officer 1,2,33 Pep Band3 Homeroom Officer 1,33 Student Council 23 Officer 43 T-Club 3,42 F.C.A. 3,42 Boys' State 33 Turnerite King 43 Salutatorian3 National Honor Society 4. GWEN ATKINS Y,F,C. 2,3,43 Musical 43 Choir 43 Ushers Club 4. MIKE AUCHARD Chess Club 13 Musical 3,4Q Class Play 3,43 All-School Play 3,43 Stunt Night 33 Thespians 3,4, NANCY ADAMS Homeroom Officer 13 Swing Band3 Pep Band 1,2,3,43 TTT Club 2,3,43 G,A.A, 2,3,43 F.T,A, 2,3,43 Dixieland Band 3, Junior Achieve- ment 33 Exchange Assembly 3,43 National Honor Society 4. RICHARD ALLEN CAROL ALVEY Student Council 1,3Q Homeroom Officer 1,2,43 G,A,A. l,2,3,43 F,T,A, 2,3,4, Officer 3,43 Thespian Society 3,4, Officer 43 Bowling League 2,3,43 Class Play 3,42 All-School Play 3,42 Musical 3,43 Contest Play 33 Turnerite Royalty 43 Choir 3,4Q Debate 33 National Honor Society 43 Valedictorian. ROY AND E RSON Homeroom Officer 1,41 Y.F.C, 2,33 TTT Club 3,43 Hi-Y 43 Booster Staff 43 Quill gl Scroll 4. As seniors we shall seek our status in RONALD BIRDSONG Rosedale 1,23 Choir 4g Music Contest 3,43 Y,F.C. 33 Exchange Assembly 4g Hi-Y 3. JAN BONGA Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g School Photographer 2,3,4, Horne- room Officer 1,35 Class Play 45 F.C.A, 3,45 Junior Stunt. JANET BOYE R Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Y,F.C, 2,3,4g Cub Reporter 35 Booster Staff 4g Music Contest 3. GARY BRANSON 122 Y.F.C. 35 Horneroom Officer 4. ROBERT BAKE R Student Band Director 3,43 Homeroorn Officer 43 State and District Music Contest 2,3,4g Y.F.C, 3g Bowling 3. JANICE BARNHILL Argentine lg Y.F.C. 3,4. BILL BEACH Homeroom Officer 1, 2. RICHARD BEASLEY Hi-Y 2,3,4, Officer 3,45 TTT Club 2,3,4, Officer 49 Bowling 3,4g Horneroom Officer 3,4g National Honor Society 4. . f'-' f . ' K,-J ,117 .- an . gg. W' F SX 3- ,. X Nb' it iw.. , , , -, 1 g QE rg? . , 1 society and strive lo be ol service JUDY BRUCE Y.F.C. 1,2,35 Choir 3,45 Musical 3,45 Booster Staff 45 Turnerite Royalty 45 Homeroom Officer 2,3,4. PAT BROWN Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Student Council 15 Homeroom Officers 1,2,45 AV', G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Bowling 35 Quill gl Scroll 3,45 Turnerite Staff 45 Cub Reporter 35 Y-Teens 35 Stunt Night 1. RODDY BUDIMLIJA Y.F.C. 25 Tennis 3. JERRY BUNCE Y.F.C. 25 TTT Club 2. RICHARD BRONSON Homeroom Officer 15 Chess Club 1,25 Basketball 25 Model Homes Club 3,45 Bowling 35 Hi-Y 3,45 Industrial Arts Club 3,4. DANNY BROOKS Y.F.C. 4. JAMES BROWN Chess Club 1,25 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 25 Tennis 25 Drum Major 3,45 Junior Achievementg National Honor Society 4. CAREY BROOKS Student Council 35 Homeroom Officer 2,4. Love EARL BURKE T-Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 4: Football 1,2,3,4: Basket- ball 1,2,3: Track 1,2,3: Student Council 2,3. MARVIN CANSLER Y.F.C. 4. JOHN CARVER Football 1, 2,3,4: Track 1, 2,3,4: Basketball 1,2: Homeroom Officer 1,2, 3, 4: Indoor Track 2: T-Club 3,43 Freshman Basketball Coach 4. EDITH CEASAR 124 Y.F.C. l,2,3,4: Pep Band 1,2,3,4: Junior Achieve- ment 3,4, and laughter will linger aw, 1.4 ,Q fu F' Q we F ,, T26 Whuf 5 , Q me .. .:.2f . ,.,,,, . P uk fxx 9 if I o n g PHYLLIS CAMPBELL Student Council 1,34 Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Cheerleader 1,2,3,4: Y. F.C. 1,2,3: Christmas Queen 2: Mu- sical 3,4: Bowling 3,4: Homeroom Officer 2: Choir 3,4, Officer 4: Quill Sz Scroll 4: Turnerite Queen 4: Stunt Night 4: Turnerite Staff 4: Nation- al Honor Society'4. JAMES CARROLL Track 1: Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 4: Pep Band 2,3, 4: Homeroom Officer 1,4: Football 2,3,4: Student Council 4: National Honor Society 4. DONALD CATON Y.F.C. 2,3,4, E DWARD CHA PMAN Thespians 4: TTT Club: Class Play Crew 4: All- School Play Crew 4. as we look upward on lile's ladder CAROLYN COONS Pep Club l,2,3,43 Y-Teens 1,3,43 Officer 33 Y.F.C. 1,23 G.A.A. 43 Student Council 2,43 Homeroom Officer 2,43 Bowling l,2, 3,43 Officer 43 Gym As- sistant 3,43 Junior A- chievement 3. ESTER COPELAND' Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4: Offiflel' 3, 43 Choir 3,43 Musical 3,43 Thespians 3,43 C o n t e s t Ensemble 3,43 C onte st Trio 43 Discussion Club 4. ROY CRINER Basketball 23 Y.F.C. 3,4, LOUISE DAUGHE RTY Pep Club 3,43 Y,F,C, 1,2, 3,43 Health Club 33 Turn- erite Club 33 Bowling 43 Contest 23 Candy Striper 33 Gym Assistant 4. LINDA C RAIG Bowling 1,2,3,4QY,F,C. 1, 2,33 Y-Teens 23 Ushers Club 33 Health Careers 33 Musical 43 Choir 43 Candy Striper 33 TTT Club 23 Pep Club 2. SHARON CRETEN Y,F,C, 3,43 Y-Teens 43 Homeroom Officer 4. PAT CURTH Homeroom Officer 1,2,33 Student Council 1,32 Of- ficer 43 Y.F.C. 1,2,33 Y- Teens 13 Pep Club 1,2,3, 43 Cheer1eacler2,3,43 Candidate for Pep Club Queen 13 G,A.A. 2,3,4Q Bowling Team 2,3,4: Choir 3,42 Musical 3,43 Booster Staff 43 Quill Kz Scroll 43 Turnerite Roy- alty 43 Head News Cor- respondent 43 Snowball Queen 33 National Honor Society 4. SCOTT DAVIS Football l,2,3,43 Trackl, 2,3,43 Y,F,C. 13 T-Club3, 43 Swing Band 13 TTT Club 2,3,43 Hi-Y 2,43 Jun- ior Achievement 33 Class Plays 3,43 All-School Play 33 Thespians 43 Na- tional Honor Society 4. 125 The golden day ol graduation JERRY DAVIS Y.F.C. 25 Industrial Arts Club 3. PEGGY DAVIS Choir 2,3,45 Student Council 15 Musical 3,45 Y.F.C. 2,3,45 Pep Club 15 Homeroom Officer 3. RICHARD DEAN Homeroom Officer 15 Y.F.C. 1,2,3,45 Football lg Basketball 25 Class Play 3,45 Musical 3,45 Kansas Music Contest 3,45 Choir 3,4, JACKIE DeBAENE Pep Club 1,25 Y.F.C. l,2,3,45 TTT 25 Bowling 4, CARMEN DIVINE Y.F.C. 1,2,3,45 Choir 3,45 Musical 3,4, BRENDA DRUMWRIGHT Student Council 15 Y-Teens -15 Homeroom Officer 25 Choir 2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Gym Assistant 45 Booster Staff 45 Musical 2,3,4. LA DONNA DRURY Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4, PAT DYE Pep Club 15 Y.F.C. 2,35 Y-Teens. 126 We are guided by goals we hope to gain MARILYN EGGLESTON Y.F.C. 4. CHARLES ELAM Student Council 2. DARLENE EMRICK Y.F.C. 1,2,3.4: F.T.A. 2,3,4g Jimior Classical Club 3,43 Roman Banquet Queen 4: Art Club 4g Homeroom Officer 45 National Honor Society. JOHN ESHELBRENNER Football 13 Y,F,C. 2,3,4. MARILYN ESHELBRENNER Y.F,C. 1,2,3,4g TTT 2,43 Homeroorn Officer 25 Bowling 2,3,4g Health Careers 4. JERRY EVERETT Homeroom Officer 1,45 F,T,A, 2,43 Hi-Y 45 Y,F,C, 2,3,4g Bowling 3: if Journalist of the Year 4. JO ELLEN FAIN Pep Club 1,2,3g Y.F.C. 2,3,4g Bowling League 43 Homeroom Officer 1. BARBARA FARR Y.F.C, 1,2,3,4g Music Contest 3. 127 The sun has set on our senior season RAY FARRAR Exchange Assembly 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,22 Track 1,23 All-School Play 1,2,3,4Q Musical 1,2,3,43 Debate 2,3,4j Speech Drama Contest 2,3,43 Student Council 2,3,43 Thespians 2,3,43 Officer 3,43 Discus- sion Club 3,43 Art Club 43 One Act Play Contest 3. TOM FLE MING LINDA FLETCHER Homeroom Officer 1,33 Y,F,C, 2,3,4. TOM FLETCHER Y.F.C. 4. ' '- it -2 fe ROBERT FOUST Chess Club 43 TTT 2,3,4, Officer 3,43 Homeroorn Officer 23 Student Council 33 Thespian 3,43 Y,F,C, 2,3,43 Class Play 3,43 Musical 43 All School Play 3,4. JANETTE FRANZ Y,F,C, 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 23 Bowling 4, DIANA FRITTS Y,F.C, 2,32 TTT Club 2,33 Junior Achievement 33 Quill and Scroll 3. JOHN GANN Student Council 1,22 Homeroorn Officer l,2,3,43 Football 13 Basket- ball 1,2,33 Track 13 Y,F.C. 1,2,33 Class Officer 2,3,4: Choir 3,43 Musical 3,42 Class Play 4. as a search for success begins REX GARNER Washington High School lg Y.F.C. 3,4, BOB GARRISON Track lg Y,F,C, 2,3,4g Industrial Arts Club 39 All School Play Crew 4. i ' E RONNIE GERBER Football 1,2,3,4g Track lg Basketball 2: T-Club 3,43 Homeroom Of- ficer 1,2,3,4. CAROLYN GERDES Quill and Scroll 3,45 Swing Band 1,23 Pep Band 2,39 Y.F.C. 2,33 Booster Staff 43 Girls' Bowling 45 District Music Festival 3. JACK GIBBONS TTT 2,3,4g Homeroom Officer lg Track 1,2,3g Lab Assist. Chem. 3: Musical 43 National Honor Society 4. CONNIE GIEBER Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4g Y-Teens 4. DONNA GOOD West High School l,2. STANLEY GREE R Football 1,25 Basketball l: Homeroom Officer l,2. All School Play 33 Thespians 3,43 Stunt Night 3,49 Class Play 3,43 129 We wonder what awaits us as we TWILA GRIFFEE Y-Teens 15 Y.F,C. 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,45 Stunt Night 25 Royal Court 45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Letter Girl 45 Bowling 3,4. l MELTON GROSHON Homeroom Officer 1,4. ROD GUSTIN Bowling 3. LOUIS HAFNER Track 15 Chess Club 25 Y.F,C. 3,45 Bowling 3,45 Homeroom Officer 3,45 Industrial Arts Club 4. NANCY HALLISEY Health Careers 35 Y-Teens 1,25 Y.F.C. 25 Homeroom Officer I,2,3g Bowling 2,35 Pep Club 35 Class Play Crew 35 All-School Play Crew 35 Gym Assistant 35 Quill 8: Scroll 3,45 Booster Editor 4. JIM HANEY Student Council 15 Y.F.C. 1,2,3,45 T Club 3,45 TTT Club Officer 45 Homeroom Officer 2. JODY HANEY Y.F,C. 1,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Cheerleader I5 Letter Girl 45 Homeroom Officer 1,35 Homecoming Candidate5 Bowling 3,45 TTT 45 Royal Court 4. DONALD HARRELL Homeroom Officer 45 Industrial 45 Officer 4. walk wishlully into the wide world D ONNA HA RRI E S Society 4. STANLEY HARRIS Radio Club 2,3,43 Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4. " PEGGY HART 3 Bowling League 4. '5 JOYCE HEINEKEN ROBERT HENRY Horneroom Officer 1,4Q Y.F.C. 3. JOYCE HERRING Society 4. MERVIN HERSHBERGER Musical 3,42 Boys' Ensemble 4. WILLIAM HEUSTIS . 43 Homeroom Officer 1,2,4. Pep Club l,2,33 Y.F.C. 2,3,43 Health Careers 2,43 Officer 4. Y-Teens 1,2,3,43 Officer 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q Pep Club Queen Can- didate 33 Homeroom Officer 1,22 F,T.A. 2,33 TTT 23 Musical 3,43 Class Play 43 Letter Girl 43 Choir 3,43 Thespian Assembly 43 Turnerite Royalty 43 Thespians 43 Stunt Night 33 National Honor Homeroom Officer 1,3,43 Y,F,C, 1,2,3,4: Pep Club 3,43 Y-Teens 33 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4Q Homeroom Officer 2,43 Y-Teens 33 Bowling League 33 Class Play Crew 3,43 Quill gl Scroll 3,41 Stunt Night 1,33 Cub Reporter 33 Turnerite Editor 43 National Honor Y,F,C, 2,3,43 Track lg Homeroom Officer 13 League Contest 2,3,43 Football l,2,3,43 Track 1,3,43 T-Club 3,4Q Student Council33 Bowling 131 DPQBITIS ol dates and dal'lCeS deViaf9d CHARLES HUNTER JOE HUSKEY MARIE JARVIS Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4. WANDA JENKINS 132 Candy Striper 35 Health Careers 3,45 Officer 3,45 TTT 3,4g Home- room Officer 2,33 Pep Club 2,3,4: F.T.A. 23 Y,F,C, 2,3,4. JAMES HILL Homeroorn Officer 1,2,4. BILL HOLLINGSHEAD Football 1: Basketball lg Student Council 23 Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4g Homeroom Officer 1,2,3g Boys' Bowling 3,43 Industrial Education Club 3,4 Officer 4. GEORGE HUCK Homeroorn Officer 1,2,3,4g Y,F,C, 1,2,3,43 Hi-Y 1: Musical 4 Tumbling Team 43 Choir 4, LARRY HUGHEY Hi-Y 15 Y,F,C, 1,2,3g Homeroom Officer 1. from our daily and dillicull decisions NANCY JONES Pep Club 1,2,3,43 G.A.A, 1,21 Y-Teens 13 TTT Club 2,33 Thespians 3,45 Class Plays 3,45 Student Council 1,23 Homeroorn Officer 13 Royal Court 4. PAT JUVENAL Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Thespians 2,3,4j Y-Teens 13 Y,F.C, 13 All-School Play 1,2,33 Student Council 23 Musical 2,33 Class Play 33 Cub Re- porter 33 Correspondent to Kansas 33 Thespian Assembly 3,43 Attendance Clerk 33 National Honor Society 4. GARY KAISER Track 13 Homeroom Officer 4. JERRY KESSLER WILLIAM JOHN Basketball lg Y,F,C. 1,2,3,4Q TTT Club 3,4: Hi-Y 23 Thespians 43 Musical 43 Class Play 43 All-School Play 4. CAROL JOHNSON Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q Choir 3,43 Y,F,C, 2,33 TTT Club 23 Homeroom Officer 33 Musical 3,4. ROY LYNN JOHNSON Pep Club 1,2,33 Gym Assistant 33 G,A,A, 1,2,3,4Q Officer 3,43 Health Careers 33 Officer 33 Chess Club 13 Y.F,C. 43 Class Reporter 2g Bowling 1,2,3,43 Homeroom Officer 4, KAY JONES Homeroom Officer 1,32 Student Council 13 Officer 4g Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Letter Girl 43 Y.F.C. 1,2,32 TTT Club 23 Y-Teens 1,2,3Q Officer 33 Thespians 2,3,43 Officer 3,43 Choir 3,43 Officer 43 All-School Play 2,32 Musical 1,2,3,4Q Exchange Assembly 1,2,3,4Q Class Play 43 District Speech SL Drama 3,43 State Speech lit Drama 43 Girls' State 33 Home- coming Queen 43 National Honor Society 4. df Q 2, M . ' I J .3 . 6 - 13 ' 3 3 W FOI-ll' LEROY KRAMER Golf 2,3,4I Hi-Y 2,3,43 Industrial Arts Club 3,43 Cross Country Manager 43 Basketball Manager 43 Homeroom Officer 43 Boys' Bowling 3. JOSE PH LAWRENCE Homeroom Officer 2,3. SANDRA LESTER Pep Club 1,2,3Q Y.F,C. 1, 2,3,43 Future Nurses 33 Discussion Club 33 Art Club 43 Cub Reporter 33 Booster Staff 4, WILLIAM LOSIER 134 Football 13 Track Man- ager 23 Tennis 2,3. lull years of fun are finished , - A MELBA LANDERS Pep Club 1,2,31 Home- room Officer 1,3,43 G. A.A, l,2,3,43 Officer 43 Bowling l,2,3,43 Officer 3: Pep Club Queen 23 TTT Club 4. GARY LEACH Cross Country 2,33 Indoor Track 23 Chess Club 1,2, 33 Y,F,C, l,2,3,43 Student Cotmcil 23 F.C,A. 3,43 Homeroom Officer 33All- School Play 33Ir1duStI'i8.l Education Club 3,43 Hi-Y 33 Musical 43 Thespians 3,43 Track 2,3,43 Class Plays 3,4. RALPH LONG Homeroom Officer 23 Tennis 23 Music Contest 23 Musical 33 Y,F,C, 4. im ALLAN LYNCH now we lailhlully lace future frontiers BILL MACE Y,F.C. 13 Pep Band 1,43 Ind, Arts 3,45 All-School Play 4. DONNA MALONE Homeroom Officer 1,33 Y,F.C. 1,2,3g Pep Club 2, 3,45 Y-Teens 3,43 Officer 43 Bowling 3,43 Jr. Stunt Night 33 Letter Girl 43 Choir 43 Musical 43R0y8.1 Court 4. PAT MAST E RS Pep Club 1,2,3g Y.F.C. 1, 2,3,4: Homeroom Officer 1: Y-Teens 19 Choir 3,45 Musical 3,43 Thesplans 3, 4: State Choir 4: Class Play 3.4. JUDY McKEE Pep Club 1,2,3: Quill and Scroll 4: Ushers Club 33 Girls' Bowling 43 Y,F,C. 2,37 Booster Staff 4, JOHN MAHER Y,F,C. 1,2,3g Radio Club l,2,33 Industrial Arts Club 3. EVERETT MARMON Y.F,Cg 4: Gym Show 1,23 Football 33 Basketball 23 Homeroom Officer 2. SHA RON MAWHINEY Y.F,C. l,2,3,4: Home- room Officer 15 Striper 47 Triple T 4: Health Careers 4: Junior A- chievement Secretary 4g Junior Stunt Night 2. JUDY MCWILLIAMS Pep Club l,2,3g Y.F.C. 2,3,4g Homeroom Officer 43 Bowling 4. 135 ll is with pride we DUSTY MELTON Hooker Grove Jr. High 13 Shawnee Mission North 23 Y.F,C, 3,43 Musical 3,42 Senior Play 43 Art Club, All-School Play 43 Royal Court 43 Thespians 3,43 Thespian Assembly 3,41 Class Play Crew 3. JOE MENDEZ Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Student Council 13 Homeroom Officer 3,43 Bowling 43 T-Club 43 Track 2,3. GEORGE MIDDLEMAS Homeroorn Officer 2,3,43 Class Officer 43 Student Council 23 Football 33 Tennis 33 Class Play 33 Discussion Club 33 Officer 43 All-School Play 33 Stunt Night 3,43 Thespians 3,45 Officer 43 Musical 43 Senior Play 4g Sweetheart King 4. GEORGE MILLER Football 1,3,43 Basketball l,2,3,43 Track l,2,3,43 T-Club 3,43 Officer 43 Homeroom Officer l,2,33 Y,F,C, 23 Stunt Night 1,43 Class Officer 3,42 Student Council Officer 4g Turnerite Royalty 4. JAMES MILLER Hi-Y Club 2,33 TTT Club 2, Track 3,43 T-Club 43 Industrial Arts Club 4. BEVERLY MITCHELL Y,F,C, 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 4. BYRON MOATS Alhombra High School 13 Duarte High School 23 Basketball 33 Horne- room Officer 3,4. MARC ENE MORROW Pep Club l,2,3,43 Student Council Rep. 1,33 Y.F.C, 2,3,43 Homeroom Officer 2. 136 part from people whose presence has prepared us for positions JAMES MYERS W . , Hi-Y 2,3,4g Officer 45 Junior Classical League 39 Homeroom Officer f A A 43 National Honor Society 4. , Z A , EDWARD NEELY Y,F,C, l,2,3,4g Bowling 33 Musical Crew 4. CONNIE NEWMER Pep Club 43 Y,F,C, l,2,3,4g Homeroom Officer 2. SUSAN OAKES KAY O'DELL Achievement 3: Nurses Club 43 TTT 4g Thespians 4, SALLY OGLESBY MIKE OLINGER Rosedale 1,23 Band 3,4. ARNOLD O'NEAL Basketball lg Homeroom Officer 4. Pep Club 1,25 Musical l,2,3,4g Y,F,C. 2,3,4g StuntNight 23 Thespians 3,45 Bowling 3,4g Jr. Class Play 3g Choir 3,45 Y-Teens 3,43 Home- room Officer 35 Art Club 45 Officer 43 Thespian Assembly 4. Y.F.C. l,2,3,43 Homeroom Officer 1,2g G,A,A. 2,35 Chess Club 2: Jr. Stunt Night 23 Bowling 33 Jr, Play 3:A1l-School Play 3,4g Jr. Y,F.C, 23 Pep Club 2,39 G.A.A. 33 Bowling 45 P.E. Assistant 3,4. 137 The spirit ol school has steered us LOANNA OWENS Y.F,C, 1,2,3,4g Homeroom Officer lg Junior Class Play 35 Junior Achievement 33 Health Careers 45 President 43 Band 1,2,3g Y-Teens 1. PHYLLIS PACK Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,4g Jr. StuntNight lg G,A,A. 2,33 Y-Teens 2: Bowling 33 Y,F,C, 3,4. DONNA PATE Y,F.C. 2,3,4g Bowling 43 Gym Assistant 35 Junior Stunt Night 23 Future Nurses 33 Homeroom Officer 2,3,4g Candy Striper 3. TERRY PATTON Bowling 3,43 President. 5.1 ' V ""ff:L- 'V V ROBERT PETREY ,," Homeroom Officer 1,23 Ind. Arts Show 3. JERRY PENDERGRASS ' T. ,. o ,bl TTT Club. TOM PETTEY Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g Homecoming King 43 T-Club 3,4 Student Council 1,3g Basketball lg Homeroom Officer 2,4. CHARLES POLITTE Basketball 1,25 Track 1,2,3g Y,F,C. 4: Hi-Y 4. in surrnounling our series of struggles DAVID QUALLS American School in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1,23 Football 3,43 Track 33 T-Club 43 Student Council 4, TIM RICHARDS Homeroom Officer 1,42 Y,F.C. 23 Hi-Y 3,42 Officer 43 Junior Classi- cal 33 Basketball 23 Cross Country 43 Track 4. DANA RICHARDSON G.A,A, 3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q Letter Girl 43 Class Officer 13 Student Council 1,22 Homeroom Officer 2,45 Musical 23 TTT 2,31 Bowling 3,43 Jr. Achievement 33 Health Careers 43 Candy Striper3 Stunt Night 4g Thespians 43 Turnerite Royalty 4g Bowling 3,4. LINDA RICHARDSON ROBERT RICHARDSON Football 1,22 Homeroom Officer 1. PAT RIGGS Y,F,C. 1,2,3,43 Musical 3,43 Senior Play Crew 43 Thesplans 4. - 9 I -. A ROBERT RITCHEY 411, Y , 'iz , A , ' ANDY ROBB ' , Chess Club 23 Boys' Bowling 33 Y,F.C. 3,41 Industrial Arts Club 4. 139 , . ... f N w I X ggtitfwsmw W W at , As we reach the realm ol reality WILLIAM ROCK Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Tennis 2,3,45 Student Council 25 Homeroom Officer 3,45 T-Club 45 Boys' State 35 Press Ball Royalty 45 National Honor Society 4. CORLISS ROLLWAGEN Pep Club 1,2,35 Y.F.C, 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Gym Assistant 35 Homeroom Officer 3. SANDRA RONN Y,F.C. 3,45 Homeroom Officer 2. SALLEY ROSS Y.F.C. 15 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Officer 45 F,T,A, 3,4, Officer 3,45 Bowling 3,45 Student Council 35 Pep Club 1,2,3g Class Play 3,4. Aagz uf' H yo DON RUSSELL Basketball 15 Student Council 2,3. HARVEY RUSSELL ' Football 1,2,35 Basketball Manager 15 Track 1,2,3. RONALD RYAN Class Off1cer 1 2 Basketball 1 Track 1 2 3 Football 1,2,3,45 Chess Club 2 T Club 2 34 Homeroom Officer 3 Student Council 45 Nat1onal Honor Society 4 Off1cer 4 ELLEN SAUNDERS Bowling 4 we are ready to realize our roles KATHLEEN SAUNDERS Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4. MIKEL SCHMIDT Pep Club 1,29 Student Librarian 1,2,3,4. CHERYL SCHROE PPEL Homeroom Officer lg Y-Teens 1,2,3,43 TTT 2,3,4g Pep Club 2,3,4g Letter Girl 4: Junior Stunt Night 2,33 F.T.A. 3: G.A.A, 3. RICHARD SCHULER DRENA SELF Y,F.C. 1,2,3,4g Y-Teens 13 Band 1,2,3,4g Majorette 2,3,4g Bowling 3. LARRY SHAW DONALD SHORT Student Council Ig Hi-Y 23 Industrial Arts Club 4, Officer 4. LARRY SIMPSON Basketball lManagerj 15 Homeroom Officer lg Industrial Arts Club 3 4 l41 Wm Armed - .,, ,.,, , .,.,L,, , ,,,., ,.:: v . ., , ffiffgisiimi-22:1 Y K: f'5iEf'fa35'1iIi3!f55 .,,1ffA1Q,1 153 V ia" Q, .- ,, 5 .sg A- ffggi w r X if 4 if If te' , .f 3 2 iii? it ' ,V -.4 A .-.tawwfzf - ...N ,X 1, , Y -ff nw 1,45 133:23 . fq- 5451.34 .3 It Q, 41-in Tj n 3,1434- ww f f I I A H 3' 535+ 7.'2' 1'i42'5?? , . " ' 5 9 W 14 ,wifi 'HIE' HA ROLD SM IT H Y,F,C, 4, CAROLYN SNYDER Y,F,C. 1,2,3,4I Usher Club 3,4. CAROL SPARKS Y,F,C. 1,2,3,4. DEBBIE SPIE SS 142 Y.F.C. l,2,3,43 Pep Club 2,3,43 Choir 3,43 Musical 3,43 Health Careers 43 Debate 4g Gym Assistant 43 Bowling 3. with anticipation we are anxious LINDA SISKEY Osawatomie High School l,2,33 Y.F,C. 4. DEWAYNE SKAGGS Y.F.C. 1. , 2 M I DAVID SMITH Band 13 Football fManagerJ 2,43 Hi-Y 3,4j Basketball fMa.nage1-J 3,43 T-Club 43 Homeroom Officer 4. DENISE SMITH Pep Club l,2,33 Student Council 1,22 Future Teachers 2,33 Gym As- sistant 33 Latin Club 33 Junior Achievement 3,4, Officer 3,45 Triple T 3,4, Officer 43 Homeroom Officer l,2,33 Junior Stunt Night 2, to aSCBl1d and achieve aCCePlal1Ce JANET STEVENS Homeroom Officer 1,3,43 Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4Q Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Officer 43 Y-Teens 13 Student Council 2,41 Cheerleader 2,3,43 G.A,A. 2,3Q Bowling 3,43 Turnerite Royalty 43 National Honor Society 4. JANET STEVENSON Y.F.C. 1,2,3,43 TTT Club 43 Music Contest 2,3,4. KAREN STEWART Band3 Bowling 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 1,22 Y.F.C. 3,42 All-School Play Crew 33 Health Club 4, LARRY STEWART Musical 2,3,4: Student Council 1,35 Junior Stunt Night 1,2,3,4j Choir 4g Homeroom Officer 2,43 Class Play 3,43 All-School Play 3,41 Cub Reporter 33 Thespians 3,42 Debate 3,43 Booster Staff 4, SHE RYL STAAKE Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Y.F.C. 1,2,3,43 Booster Staff 43 Quill and Scroll 3,43 TTT 33 Homeroorn Officer 13 Bowling 1,4. DONALD STAPP Homeroom Officer 13 Basketball 13 Band 13 Y.F.C. 3,43 Industrial Arts Club 43 TTT Club 43 Hi-Y 4. RONALD STAPP Y.F.C. 2,3,43 TTT Club 43 Industrial Arts 43 Band 1. MARION STAUFFER Y.F.C. 1,23 Y.F.C. Officer 33 Choir 2,3,43 Musical 3,43 Student Council 4. mg xi' HOW hollow afe the hl.llTlbl6 halls WILLIAM STORMS Band 1,2,3,43 Junior Play 3. LINDA SYRING Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Letter Girl 43 Y-Teens 1,2,3,43 Officer 2,3,43 Homeroom Officer 1,2,43 Student Council 33 Y.F.C. l,2,33 Choir 3,42 Class Play 43 Musical 3,43 Sweetheart Queen 43 Stunt Night 1,2, 3,41 National Honor So- ciety 4. CLIFFORD TALLEY Homeroom Officer 1,31 Track 1,21 TTT Club 23 Y.F.C. 2,3,43 Senior Play Crew 33 Junior Classical Club 43 Roman Banquet King 4. BRAD TAYLOR 144 Homeroom Officer lg Band 1,2,3,43 T Club 1, 2,3,43 TTT Club 1,22 Football 13 Basketball 1, 2,3,43 Golf 1,22 F,C,A, 2, 3,43 Cross Country 2,3,4. EVA SUTTON Pep Club 13 Usher Club 23 Y.F.C. 1,2,3,43 TTT 23 Y-Teens 4. GEORGE SZEWC Homeroom Officer 1,2,3, 43 Industrial Arts Club 33 Y.F.C. 1,2. DONALD TAYLOR Bowling Team 3. GEORGE THEXTON Student Council 43 Horne- room Officer 43 Y.F.C. 3,42 Band 1. how happy a Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 43 Swing Band 13 Pep Band 13 Band Council Officer 3, 43 Majorette 3,43 Home- room Officer 1,32 Student Council 43 Junior Stunt Night 23 Y-Teens 33 Bowl- ing League 33 Snowball Princess 43 Homecoming Candidate 3,43 Royal Court 4. KATHY TYSON Pep Club 1,33 Y.F,C. 3,4. VICKI WALKER Y-Teens 13 Pep Club 1,22 Y.F.C, 1,2,3,43 Home- room Officer 1,2. DAVID WALTERS WILLIAM THOMAS Football 13 Basketball 1, 23 Homeroom Officer 1,33 Cross Country 33 Junior Play 33 Thespian Club 3, 43 All-School Play Crew 33 Junior Classical Club 33 Musical 43 Hi-Y Of- ficer 43 Senior Play 43 Debate 43 All-School Play 4. KENNETH VINING CAROL WALLEY Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4: F.T.A. 2: TTT 43 Music Contest 2,3,4. MORRIS WALTON 145 NEOLA WALTON DANNY WEATHERS DONALD WEBB DONNA WEEMS TIMOTHY WEST ROBERTA WHITE LINDA WILLIAMS SCHARLYN WILSON 146 A measure of memorable moments Y.F,C, 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 2,35 Homeroom Officer 2g TTT Club 3,43 Officer 49 Candy Striper 3: Health Club 3,43 Junior Achievement 35 Bowling 3,43 Royalty Court 4. Football 1,23 Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4g Chess Club 1,23 Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Golf 2,3,4g T-Club 1,45 Homeroom Officer 2. Golf 1: Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Tennis 2,3,4g Choir 3,43 Musical 3,43 T-Club 3,43 Royal Court 43 Exchange Assembly 4. Y.F,C. 1,2,3,4g Health Careers Chess Club lg Y,F,C, 1,2,3,4g F.T.A. 2,3,4g Musical Play 3,43 Choir 3,4. Y,F,C, 2,3,43 Homeroom Officer 3: Art Club 4, Officer 4. Pep Club 1,23 Bowling 2,3,4g.Student Council 2,33 Homeroom Officer 1,3,4g Y.F.C. 1,23 Gym Assistant 3. Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 47 Y-Teens 13 G.A.A, lg Bowling 3,43 Y.F,C. 1,2,3g Homeroom Officer 1,3,4. fur QW mount lo mold many modern minds JE RRY WIST ROM Play 2,4: Senior Play Crew 4: Industrial Arts Club 4. SHIRLEY WORTHINGTON Choir 3,4, CHARLENE WRIGHT Pep Clubg TTT Club: Health Careersg Y.F,C. RONNIE WYANT Argentine lg Track 2. BOBBIE WYLIE Officer 4g TTT Club 43 Tumbling Team 2,3. DOTTIE ZEMMER Y,F,C. 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2. GARY ZIMMERMAN Student Council 33 National Honor Society 4. Y.F,C, 1,2,3g Swing Band lg Pep Band 1,2,3,4g Basketball 23 Musical 3,43 Thespians 2,3,4g Junior Achievement 35 Hi-Y 3,45 All-School Pep Club lg Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4g Bible Club 23 Y-Teens 35 Musical 3,43 Pep Club l,2,3g G.A,A, 1,2,3,43 Homeroom Officer 33 Bowling 4, 147 148 In Memoriam BILL BEACH You cannot say, you must not say That he is dead. He is just away! With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand He has wandered into an unknown land And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be, since he lingers thereg So think of him faring on, as dear In the love of There as the love of Here, Think of him still as the same, and say He is not dead, he is just away. James Whitcomb Riley Members of the National Honor Society were installed in a very formal ceremony before the student body. Nancy Adams Carol Alvey Richard Andrews Richard Beasley Jim Brown Phyllis Campbell Jim Carroll Pat Curth Scott Davis Darlene Emrich Jack Gibbons Donna Harries Joyce Herring Kay Jones Pat Juvenal Jim Myers Bill Rock Ron Ryan Janet Stevens Linda Syring Gary Zimmerman Scholastic Achievement Acclaimed For a third year seniors of Turner High School have recorded their names in the his- tory of the school. This year twenty-one sen- iors were selected as members of National Honor Society on the basis of scholarship, service, character, and leadership. This is a honor they will carry with them throughout their lives. Quill and Scroll is an honor society ex- clusively for high school journalists. Mr. John Harley selects the members on the basis of outstanding work in journalism. MEMBERS OF QUILL AND SCROLL FIRST ROW: Carolyn Gerdes, Charles Herrmann, Scott Davis, Jim LaPoint, Pat Curth. SECOND ROW: Toni Tortorilla, Judy McKee, Brenda Drumwright, Joyce Herring, Pat Brown, Phyllis Campbell. THIRD ROW: Cheryl McFarland, Barbara Lockerby, Sharon Smith, Brenda Blackburn, Edwina Barnett, Pat Long. NOT PICTURED ARE: Roy Anderson, Nancy Hallisey, Sheryl Staake, Susan Guilkey, Mike Haefner. MEMBERS OF NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 149 Turner Pays Tribute lo Mr. Palrnquisl Mrs. Palmquist shares with her husband the tribute paid him on his twenty-fifth anniversary of service to Turner High School. A tall young man, blond, slender, believing earnestly in youth's insistent dream, found two hundred pupils and eight teachers in the Turner High School when he came as principal twenty- five years ago. Through a quarter of a century he has led and directed, disciplined and cajoled, inspired and often prayed for Turner High and the young folk that were going down the road to adulthood under his guidance, And now, with more than a thousand under one roof, he steers with unchallenged sureness along a four-lane, super highway built of students, a teaching staff, parents and a Board of Education. This man has been a power in the State Association of Teachers, acting on the Board of Directors of K.S.T,A., particularly in school legislation where he is an authority. And now, closing this successful five-year term, he ad- vances to our highest professional level, the board of directors of the N.E.A. Outstanding as these deeds have been, and faithfully as they have been carried out, there is something else still greater. This man has taught us that to "do" something is Wonderful, but not so wonderful as to "be" something. He has been the soul of dignity and integrity, of honor and devotion to duty, of an abiding op- timism, of faith in the eternal goodness of life and in youth's capacity of improve. His quick sympathy can be appreciated only by those who have known trouble. This man we salute today --Our principal, "Mr, Palmquist." by Miss Margaret Leatherberry Mr. Palmquist is shown unwrapping a gift of luggage pre- sented him by Mr. Wilkins on behalf of the faculty. E I I Commencement Comes--Completion The graduating class of 1963 assembles together for the last time. Mr. Paul Jones congratulates Mike Auchard upon receiving his diploma. 'K i c if I Aa 'Q E Q r Richard Andrews, Salutatorian, speaks on "Discovery," 151 Or continuance is Considered "Don't miss your cue!" Reverend Paul Davis says to the class of 1963. White roses touched with glimpses of lavender added to the memories of Commencement for the class of 1963. The graduates walked down the aisle to the strains of Pomp and Circumstance. As they sat together for the last time as a class they listened to their classmates speak words that they, too, may have felt. They let the words of Reverend Davis remain in their minds to be applied many times throughout their lives. They realized that they were at a turning point and began to look to the future with anxious anticipation. Graduates listen intensely to the words that will start them on the road of life. K v Q, X m '55 ,f-M 'di W, 5 152 ,ff-f-""" TN, X ,r, N. Carol Alvey as Valedictorian takes a look into the future as she speaks to her classmates and friends. 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ROLLER SKATE HEADQUARTERS FOR TH RIFTY SHOPPE RS IT'S Justrite FOR YOU 51ST GIBBS ROAD Inland Skelly Service So. 55th And Inland Drive AT 9-9183 laswell Drugs A Walgreen Agency 3010 Strong FA 1-0242 3418 STRONG AT 1-6066 Shalinsky Rexall Drugs PROFESSIONAL PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 34th Sz GIBBS ROAD CO 2-6800 ACROSS FROM THE SCHOOL Tasty Queen MALTS, SHAKES, HAMBURGERS, FRENCH FRIES 1405 S. 55th TURNER, KANSAS 161 162 OUR SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1963 OLSON DAIRY C0 3250 FAIRFAX FA 1-6417 A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY BUILDER'S MATERIAL, FRIENDLY SERVICE FREE ESTIMATE AND DELIVERY W.B. lack Jones Lumber Co. Western Auto Asseciate Store Tires, Batteries, Bikes Accessories, Sporting Goods 3101 Strong Avenue MA 1-4442 t ti Turner State Bank 5429 Turner AT 9-7200 163 Allison, Vernon . . Ashby, Wayne . . . Bainer, Philip . . . Baker, Joe .... Barnettf Raymond . Bell, Gene .... Bell, R'Leigh . . Bolin, Earnest . . Bowman, Bruce . . Brady, Mary . . . Briggs, Madeline . . ..15 ....17 .....14 . 20,52,53 . . 15,52,53 . . 11,18 ....13 .....17 ..5,14,52,53 .....15 ....20 Burns, Myrtle . . . . . . 12 Callahan, Nancy . . .... 13 Claflin, William . . . . 14,52 Coffin, Shirley . . . . . 14 . . . . . 15 Crop, David ..... Coffman, Ronald . ..13 Cunningham, Mildred . . . . 18 Davis, Essie .... Dickson, Jan , , . Eisele, Martha . . Adams, Nancy . . Allen, Richard . . Alvey, Carol . . , Andrews, Richard . 6 Anderson, Roy . . , Arwine, Roger . . . Atkins, Gwendolyn . Auchard, Robert . . Baker, Robert . . Barnhill, Janice . . Beach, Billy . . . Beasley, Richard . Bonga, Jan . . . Boyer, Janet . . Branson, Gary , , , Birdsong, Ronald . . Bronson, Richard . Brooks, Danny . . Brooks, Garey . . Brown, James . . Brown, Patricia . , Bruce, Judy ..... Budimlija, Roddy . Bunce, Eugene . . Burke, Earl ...... Campbell, Phyllis , Cansler, Marvin . Carroll, James . . . Carver, John . . . Caton, Donald . . Cesar, Naomi . . . Chapman, Edward , Coons, Carolyn . . . Copeland, Esther . Craig, Linda . . . Creten, Sharon . Criner, Roy . . . Curth, Patricia . Daugherty, Louise , Davis, Scott . . . Davis, Jerry .... Davis, Peggy . . . Dean, Richard , , . Debaene, Jacqueline Divine, Carmen . . Drumwright, Brenda Drury, Ladonna . . Dye, Patricia .... Eggleston, Marilyn Elam, Charles . . . Emrich, Darlene . . 164 . ..12 ..13 ..11 . . 40,121,144 . . . . . . . . 121 . . . . . . . 30,31,36, 42,87,121,149,152 . . . . . . . 28,29,54, 6,67,85,88,121,149,151 ........38,121 . . . 121 . . .42,121 . . . 121,151 . . 40,41,122 . . . . 122 . . . . . . 122 . . . . 37,122,144 . 39,56,67,87,122 38,122 ....122 . 42,122 . . 123 .....123 .......123 . 40,41,123,149 . . 39,123,144 . . 38,42,86,123 . . . . . . 123 . . . . .123 . . . . .55,124 . .... 39,42,3s, 34,s3,124,149 ..........124 28,40,55,70,86,124,149 . . 54,64,66,67,88,124 ..........124 . . . 40,124 . . . . 124 . . .23,125 . 33,112,125 . . 42,125 . . . . 125 . . . . . . . 125 . . . . 28,29,34,38, 42,68,86,125,149 ..........125 34,39,55,67,87,125,149 ..........126 42,126 . . . 42,126 . . ..... 126 . . .... 42,126 . . 38,42,126,149 . . . . . 126 . . .126 . . . 127 . . . 127 . . 40,127 TeaChel'S Eitzen, Stan ..... Elliott, Harold . . Estes, A. T. .... . Fugate, Lloyd .... Grosdidier, Rosemary Grossarth, Karl , , Grey, Lucy . . . . Halsted, Walter , . Hanley, Donald . . . Harley, John ,,,. Hartenbower, Wilma Hoiland, Bess .... Holwerda, James . . Johnson, Erdman , . Johnson, Kenneth . , Kasper, Marita . . . .......18,52 ..18,52,53,54,66 .......21 . ...... 14 .. ..22 . ..18 ..19 ..19 ..13 ..12 . ...22 ....12 ..18,52,53 ....21 . ...17 ..16 Leather-berry, Margaret . . . . 19 Leonard, Lois Lindburg, Ellen . . . Marshall, Nancy . . Martin, Burley . . ...12 ...16 . . 14,52 Senior Class Eshelbrenner, John . . . . . . 127 Eshelbrenner, Marilyn P. . . . . 127 Everett, Jerry ..... . . Fain, Jo Ellen . . Farr, Barbara . . Farrar, Ray . . . Fletcher, Linda . . Fletcher, Tom . . Foust, Robert . . Franz, Laura . . Fritts, Diana , Gann, John . . . Garner, Rex .... Garrison, Robert . . Gerber, Ronald . . Gerdes, Carolyn . . Gibbons, Jack . . Gieber, Connie , Good, Donna . . Greer, Stanley . . Griffee, Twila . Groshon, Milton . . Gustin, Rodney . . Hafner, Louis . . . Hallisey, Nancy . . Haney, Jim , , . Haney, Jody ..... Harries, Donna . . . Harris, Ed ..., Hart, Peggy . . . Harrell, Donald , Heineken, Joyce . . Henry, Robert . . . Herring, Joyce . . . Hershberger, Mervin Heustis, William , , Hill, James ,.,,,, Hollingshead, Billie Huck, George .,,, Hughey, Larry . . . Hunter, Charles , , Huskey, Omar . . Jarvis, Inez . . . Jenkins, Wanda , . John, William , , , Johnson, Carol . . . Johnson, Roy Lynn Jones, Judy .,.. Jones, Nancy . . . Juvenal, Patricia . . Kaiser, Gary . . . Kessler, Jerry . . Kramer, Leroy . . Landers, Melba . . 38,127 ........127 .........127 28,30,36,38,88,128 . . . . . . . . 128 . . . 128 . . 37,128 . . . . . . 128 . . . . . 39,128 . 28,42,88,128 . . . . . . 128 . . . . . 129 . 55,88,129 . . 38,129,149 . . 81,129,149 . . . . .129 . . . . 129 . . . . 129 . 69,823,130 . . . . 130 . . . 130 . . 35,130 . . . 38,130 . . . . . 37,56,130 .......3s,13o 32,42,69,87,131,149 .........131 .......'.131 . . 35,130 . . 31,131 . . . . . 131 . . . . . 39,131,149 .......42,131 . . 36,67,70,88,131 . . . . . . 132 . . 35,132 . . 42,132 . . . 132 . . 132 . . 132 . . . 132 . . 31,132 . . 37,133 . . . 42,133 72,133 . . . . . 2s,29,35,42, 69,76,78,79,133,149 . . . . 28,42,88,133 . . 133,149 . . . 133 . . 133 . . . . 134 . . 72,134 Mitchell, William . Palmquist, T, R, . . Peterson, Keitha . Platt, Dorothy . . Price, Sherman . . Robertson, Doneta Schoeninger, Sandra Scott, Mary ,,,, Seacat, Dan .... Stafford, Lloyd . . Syring, Kenneth . . Voth, Arnold . . . Waugh, Hubert . . Weathers, Richard Welter, Paul ,,,, Wilkins, Robert . . Carmichael, Iona . Higgins, Betty . . Jones, Peggy . . Thomas, Rosie . . Lawrence, Joseph . Leach, Gary .... Lester, Sandra . Long, Ralph .... Losier, William . , Lynch, Allan , , , Mace, Bill' . . Maher, John . . . Malone, Donna , . , Masters, Patricia , Marmon, Everett . . Mawhiney, Sharon . McKee, Judith . . . McWilliams, Judy . Melton, Dustina . . Mendez, Joe .... Middlemas, George Miller, George .... Miller, James . . Mitchell, Beverly . Moats, Byron . . . Morrow, Marcene . Myers, James . . Neely, Edward . . Neumer, Connie . Oakes, Susan . , , O'dell, Jurlene . . Oglesby, Sally . . Olinger, Michael . O'Neal, Arnold , Owens, Loanna . Pack, Phyllis . . Pate, Donna .... Patton, Terry . , , Pendergrass, Jerry Pettey, Tom . . . Petrey, Robert . . . Politte, Charles . Qualls, David . . Richards, Tim . . Richardson, Dana , Richardson, Linda . Richardson, Robert Riggs, Patricia , , , Ritchey, Robert . . Robb, Charles . . Rock, William . . . Rollwagen, Corliss Ronn, Sandra . . . Ross, Salley . . Russell, Don . . . Russell, Harvey , Ryan, Ronnie . . . ...17 ..9,150 ...23 ....13 .20,52,53 . ...22 . ..20 ..15 ..1e ..13 ....17 .....14 ..4,5,15,52 .....1'1 ..11,12 ..9,54 ..10' ..10 ..10 ..10 .......134 . . 79,81,87,134 . . . 38,134 . . 134 . . 134 . . . 134 . . . 40,135 . . . . . . 135 . . 42,69,88,135 . . . 42,135 . . . . .135 . . . . . 135 . . 38,135,149 . . . . . 135 . . . 42,823,136 . . 55,59,3s,130 . . . 36,80,81,l36 . . . . 28,29,54,55, 62,66,67,70,86,136 . . . . . . . . 136 ..136 ....136 .....136 .. 32,137,149 .....137 ....137 . . . 137 , , 40,137 . . 137 . 40,137 . . . 137 . 31,138 . . 138 . . 138 ........138 ........138 55,67,70,76,78,138 .........138 ........138 . . . 23,55,139 . . 32,50,57,139 . . . e9,3s,139 .....139 139 ..42,139 139 ........139 56,62,65,86,140,149 .......70,140 140 . . 31,32,140 . . . 78,140 . . . . . . 140 . , , 23,54,55,e7, 70,33,140,149 Sanders, Ellen . . Saunders, Kathleen Schmidt, Mikel . . Schroeppel, Cheryl Schuler, Richard . Self, Drena . . . . Shaw, Larry . . . Short, Donald . . Simpson, Larry . . Siskey, Linda . . Skaggs, Arnold . . Smith, David . . . Smith, Denise . . Smith, Harold . . Snyder, Carolyn . Sparks, Carol . . Spiess, Debbie . Staake, Sheryl . . Stapp, Richard . . Adkins, Rita . . . Adam, Cynthia . . Allison, Gilbert . . Andrews, David . Anderson, Barry . Anderson, Barbara Alvey, Linda . . . Atkinson, Terry . Agnew, Bobby . . . Arwine, Robert . . Asbell,Walter . Atkins, Richard . . Bain, Doris . . . Barnett, Edwina . Bartels, Kay . . . Bates, Johnny . . Baxter, Mary . . Beard, Saundra . . Bell, Kenneth . . Bennett, Brenda . Bichel, Richard . .I Bishop, Gary . . . Bixler, Paul . . . Blackburn, Brenda Blanton, Terry . . Bloodgood, Ronald Blythe, James . . Bonga, Carole . . Braet, Bonnie . . . Brallier, Kenneth . Bremer, Charles . Bronson, Sandra . Brown, Wayne . . Bruce, Larry . . Burnam, Susan . Bush, James . . . Caldwell, Susan . . Callaghan, Rita . . Cansler, Linda . . Carey, Nancy . . Cazzell, Connie . . Cerda, Eugenia . . Cesar, William . . Clay, Larry . . . Cole, Linda . . Cooke, Robert . . Cornelius, Carol . Coughlin, Patricia Cox, David .... Craig, James . . Crain, Charles . . Crossland, Joyce . Crutchfield, Cheryl Cullen, Roberta . . Czirr, Paula . . . Daugherty, Stanley Davis, Jackie . . . . Davis, Sandra . . . Deaver, Daniel , . , Dabaene, Michael . ..l40 ......141 . . . . . . 141 28,32,'69,88,141 . . . . . . 141 . . 141 . . . 141 . . 35,141 . . . 141 . . . 142 . . . . 142 . 57,62,142 . . . . 142 . . . 142 . . . . 142 . . . . . 142 . 30,412,142 . . 38,143 ...143 ...112 . . . . .112 . . . .42,112 . .111,112,119 . 42,60,63,112 . . . .42,112 . . . . .112 . . 112 . . 112 . . 112 . . 104 ....112 ....112 . . 40,112,149 . . 68,112 . . . '113 . . 113 . . . . 113 . . 59,113 . . . 113 ....113 . 28,657,113 . . . . 113 . . 113,149 , , 42,113 . . . 113 . . 113 . . . 113 . . . . 119 . . 60,657,113 . . . .113 . . . 113 ....113 . . 42,113 '. . 34,113 . . .113 . .113 . .113 . . 113 . . 113 . . 113 . .113 . . 113 . . 113 . . 113 . . 113 . . .113 . . 42,113 . . . . .113 . 59,6v,113 . . . . 113 . .113 . . 113 . . . 113 . . . .119 , ,42,57,113 . . . . 113 . . . 113 . . . . 113 . . 59,113 Stapp, William . Stauffer, Marion . . Stevens, Janet . . Stevenson, Janet . . Stewart, Karen . . Stewart, Larry . . Storms, William . . Sutton, Eva . . . Syring, Linda . . Szewc, George . . Talley, Clifford , Taylor, Donald . . Taylor, Elton . . .......143 . . . . . . 28.42,143 . 68,70,89,143,149 . . . . . . . . 143 . . . . . 40,143 . . 30,38,42,143 . . . . 40,144 . . . . . . 144 . . . . 32,42,69 80,81,144,149 . . . . . . 144 . . . . . 144 . . . . . . 144 . . . 40,60,62,144 Thexton, George ........ . . 28,144 Thomas, Karen .... 23,70,77,73,33,145 Thomas, William . . . . . . . 30,152,145 Tyson, Kathy . . . ..... . 145 Vining, Kenneth . . , 145 J u n I o r C I a s s DeMuynck, Richard . . . 113 DeMeyer, Jonni . . . . . . 111 Detrick, Terry . . . . . . . 113 Douglas, Charles . . . . 59,657,113 Douglas, Gary . . . . . 113 Doyle, Larry . . .... 113 Drake, Carol . . . . . 40,113 Dressler, Linda . . . . 113 Dyster, Joyce . . . . . 113 Edwards, William Bernice Elam . . . . 113 Erwin, Glenn . . . . . 113 Elkins, Margie . . Estes, Donald . Evans, David . . . Ferder, Peter . . Ferrin, Jerry . . Fisette, Nancy . Fivecoat, Linda . . Fletcher, Arthur . . . Flower, John ..... Foley, Cecil . . Ford, Dianne . . . Franklin, Nancy . . Frazier, Sharon . . Frey, Frances . . Gamble, Sharon . Gammon, Diana . . Garrison, Peggy . . Gerber, Janice . . Gibbs, Gloria . . Gilhaus, Judith . . Guilley, Terry . . Glenn, Charlene . . Goodrick, Sandra . . Griffee, Tanya . . . Griffin, Ronnie . . . Groothouse, Johnnye . Guilkey, Susan .... Gustin, Timothy . . Haefner, Michael . . Hall, Anna .... Hall, Danny .... Hall, Viola ..... Hammer, Forrest . . Hammerle, Sandra . Hardman, Sharon . . Harkness, Susan . . Harrell, Vicki . . Harris, Linda , . Harrod, Ronnie . Hart, Robert ..... Harter, Larry .... Haughenberry, Delores Hayes, Kathy ..... Hellebuyck, Linda . . Henrion, Carolyn . . . Herrmann, Charles . . ....113 113 ,.59,67,114 ....114 ...114 . . 114 114 114 28,42,59,81,112,114 .........114 . . 114 . 114 . 114 . . 114 . . 114 . . 28,114 . . 114 . .114 . 114 . . 119 . . 114 . . 114 . . 70,114 . . 114 . 114 . . .114 . . 114 . 114 . . 114 . . 114 . . 59,114 . . . 114 . . 114 . . . . 114 . . . . . .114 . . 28,42,114 . . . 114 . 114 . . 114 . . . 65,114 . . . . . 114 .. ..115 .. ..114 .....1l4 . ..... 114 , , , , 28,114,149 Higginbotham, David . ..... 115 Hill, Jack ....... . . 59,655,115 Walker, Vicki . . Walley, Carol -. . . Walters, Harold . . Walton, Morris . . . Walton, Neola ....... Weathers, Danny ..... Webb, Donald .... 42,56, Weems, Donna . . . . . West, Timothy . . White, Roberta . . Williams, Linda . . Wilson, Scharlyn . . Wistrom, Jerry .... Worthington, Shirley . . Wright, Charlene . . . Wyant, Ronnie .... Wylie, Bobbie . . . Zemmer, Dottie . . . Zimmerman, Gary . . . Hinkhouse, David . . Hinton, Jerry . . . Hollis, Sharon Hooker, Donald . . . Hopkins, Harold . . Howard, Bill . . . Huff, John .... Huff, Larry .... Huggins, Patricia . . Hutton, Rex .... Iwerks, Douglas . . Jacobs, Sharon . . . Jameson, Candace . Jenkins, Donald . Johnson, James . . Johnson, Karen . . Jones, Melodee . . Kaiser, Larry . . Kane, Dennis . . Karnes, David . Keck, Warren . . Kelley, Cathy . . . Kendall, James .... Kendall, James ..... Kendall, James Robert . . Kern, Diane ...... Kindred, John . . . King, Curtis . . . King, Darryl Kirby, Dennis Kleoppel, Carolyn . . Krause, Rebecca . . . Ladenburger, Sharon . . Lanaman, John .... Lane, Janice .... Lane, Patricia . . . LaPoint, James . . . . Lawson, Jon . . . . Lee, Samuel . . . Leavey, Steve . . Lesseg, Ronnie . . Lellard, Tom .... Lockerby, Barbara . . Lockwood, Danny . , Loftin, Denzil . . . Long, Frances . . Long, Patricia . . Lowder, John . . Lust, Edward . . Lutjen, John . . . Mace, Robert . . Magee, Charles . . Maher, Richard . . Males, George . . Manis, Sandra . ., Mansell, Penny . . . Marshall, Donald . . Maxson, Burton . . . McFarland, Cheryl . . McGhee, Barbara , . . . 145 . . 145 . . 145 . . . 145 88 146 .. .I .. ... .. 651146 62,65,81,88,146 .......146 . . 31,42,146 . . . . 146 . . . 146 . . 73,146 . . 40,147 , , 42,147 . . 147 . . 147 . . 147 . . . 147 . . 147,149 . .111 . .115 . . . 115 . . 67,115 . . . 115 . . 115 . . 115 . .115 . . . 115 . . 28,115 . . 31,115 . . . . 115 . . 59,115 . . 115 . .115 .115 . . . . 115 . 57,67,115 . . . . 115 , , 28,59,115 . . . 115 ....115 . . 59,115 . . . 115 ......115 .....59,115 28,30,40,59,115 . . . 115 . . 42,115 . .115 . . 115 ......115 ......115 . 56,62,115,149 28,32,59,67,115 . . . . 60,115 . . . 115 . . 115 . . .111 . 115,149 . . .116 . . 116,140 . . . .116 . . 116,149 . . 32,116 . . 40,116 . .-42,116 , , 40,116 . . .42,116 . . . . .40,116 . 23,42,6s,116 . . . . . . 116 , , 42,116 . . . . 116 . . . . . 116 , . 33,116,149 . . . . 116 1 65 McGregor, Pamela Middleton, Shirley Miller, Barbara . Miller, James . . Miller, Trudy . . Moore, Jimmie . . Morgan, Jerry , Morgan, Larry . Morris, Charles . Muro, George . . Myers, Gary . . . Nadvornik, Ronnie Neely, Linda . . . Neef, Leonard . . . Neild, Deanna Netterville, Robert Nolan, Judith . . . O'Bryan, Emily . . Ott, Earl ..... Oursler, Edwin . Owens, John . . Pack, Joyce . . Pankey, Don . . . Pate, LuJeanne . Patrick, Robert . . Payne, Charles . . Peek, James . . . Petrey, Jack . . . Potter, Charlotte . Prather, Keith . . Pretz, Judy . . . Pretz, Rick . . Price, Garry . . .....106 . . 42,116 . . 72,116 . . 116 . . 116 . . 116 . . . 40,116 . . . 116 . . . . 116 . . 63,116 .....116 . ....... 116 28,57,67,116 . . . . . . 116 . .... 31,116 . . 116 . . 116 . . 116 . . . . 116 . . 40,116 . . . 116 . . . 116 . . 62,119 . . . 116 . . 116 . . 116 . . 116 . . 116 . . 116 .....116 .....42,116 57,63,67,116 116 Ramos, Richard . . ..... 116 Rank, Marsha . . . . . 117 Raupp, Judy . . . . . . 117 Ray, Beverly . . , .... 117 Redmon, Sandra . . . . 33,42,117 Reedy, Charlene . .... 117 Reitz, George . . . . . . 117 Rhodes, Johnny . . . . 117 Richardson, Cheryl . . 117 Richardson, Donnie . . 117 Rives, Patricia . . . . 117 Roark, Tommy . . . . . 119 Robbins, John . . . . . . 40,117 Robertson, Donna . . . 117 Robinett, Patricia . . . . 117 Abel, Ronnie . . . . 104 Adams, Merle . . . . . 104 Aderholt, Virgil . . . . 104 Alford, Everett . . . . 104 Ammerman, Jean . . . 104 Andrew, Terry . . . . 104 Andrews, David . . . . 111 Armantrout, Charles . . . 104 Armsworthy, Judith . . 104 Asbell, Jerry . . . . . 104 Bachuss, Vicki . . . . 104 Backhus, Edward . . . . 104 Bailey, John . . . . . 67,104 Bates, Carol . . . . . 104 Baxter, Connie . . . . 105 Beery, Bobby. . . . . 105 Behrends, Sandra . . . 105 Benson, Brenda . . . . 105 Bierman, Ronald . . . 105 Billings, Robert . . . . . 105 Bottorff, Celia . . . . 34,105 Bowlin, Phyllis . . . . .105 Bradley, Patricia . .... 105 Brallier, David . . . . . 67,105 Breyer, Bill . . . . 67,105 Brooks, Michael . . 57,105 Brown, Carl . . .... 105 Brown, Royetta , . 69,105 Brovsm, Shirley . . . . . 105 Bryant, Marjorie . .... 105 Bunce, Larry . . . . . . 59,105 Burnley, Wanda . . . . .105 166 Robinson, Ray . . . Rodriguez, Karen . . Rodriguez, Sharon . . Romprey, Calvin . . . Rueda, Gleena . . . Russell, Ronald . . Samuels, Steven .... Sappington, Richard . . Saucerman, Mike . . Savage, Jack Schell, Betty .... Schmidt, Linda . . Scott, Paul .... Shaw, Kenny . , . Shepherd, Lewis . . Shockley, Linda . . . Shoemake, Thomas . . Shomaker, Glenda Siler, Gary ..,. Simmons, Paula . . Simmons, Rodger . . Slaton, Rosetta . . Slavens, Gary . . Slavens, Linda . . Sloan, Jim . . . Small, Gary , . Smith, Carol . . Smith, Judith . . . Smith, Sharon , . . Smith, Thomas ..... Stambaugh, Russell , . States, Barbara . . . Stewart, Michael . . Stewart, William . . Stine, Kenneth . . . Stites, Nora . . . Stober, Linda . . Stocks, J. . . . Stout, Carol . . . Strain, Robert . . . Sulliban, Beverly . . Sweezy, Barbara . . Tague, Nancy . . . Teeters, Gayle . . . Thebo, Raymond . . Thomas, Harold , . Thompson, James . . Thompson, Richard Sophomore Burnside, Irus ....... Cain, William . . . Cameron, Jean .... Catania, Geraldine . . Chandler, Patsy . . . Chandler, Robert , . Channell, Carolyn . . Chesney, John ..... Christopher, Kenneth . . Clay, Lonnie Dale . . Clevenger, Donna . . Colby, Terry . . . Comley, Linda . . Cone, William . Cook, Donna . Cook, Kenney . . Cooley, Betty . . Coons, Robert . . Cooper, Paula . . Cop, George ..... Cornelius, Connie . . . Coutsonikas, Jerelyn . . Cox, Bette ...... Creten, Frances . . Custer, William , , Cutler, Dave .,,. Cullum, Doris .... Cummings, Thomas . . Czirr, Bobby .... Dame, James . . . Dart, Tommy . . Davis, Tauna . . . 117 . 117 . . 117 . . 117 . . 117 . . . 117 . . . 57,117 . . 60,63,117 ....117 ..117 . . . . 117 117 .40,56,81,117 . . . 30,117 . . . . . 119 . . ,42,119 . . .117 . . . 117 . . 35,117 . . 117 . . 117 ..117 ..117 . . . . 119 . . 68,117 . . . . 117 . . 117,149 ....117 ...117 ...117 ..59,117 ...117 ....117 ....117 ..112,117 ....42 ..117 ..117 ...118 ..42,1l8 ..118 ..l18 ....118 . . . 42,118 . 60,63,118 Class ......105 . 105 . . 105 . . 105 . . 105 . 105 . . 105 . . 105 . 105 . . . . 105 . . 40,105 . . 105 ....l05 . . . . . 105 . . 32,69,105 . . . . 105 . . . 105 . . 64,105 . . . 105 . . 105 . . 105 . . . . 105 . . 42,105 . . . 105 . . . 105 . 40,105 . . . 105 . . 105 . . 105 . . . . 105 . . 40,105 . . 40,105 Tinsley, Constance Tinsley, James . . Tolbard, Sandra . . Torrey, Fritz . . . Tortorilla, Toni . . Turney, James . . Tuter, Edward . . .- Ufford, Maxine . . . . Vandyke, Cherylene Van Hook, Gloria , . Van Sant, Richard . Vaughn, Martha . . Vergot, Raymond . Wacker, Patricia . Wadel, Barbara . . Walker, Karon . . Walker, Sharon . . Walsh, Patricia . L Walton, Robert . . Warner, Linda . . Warren, Daniel . Watson, Billie . . Way, Karon . . . . Weaver, Michael , .....118 so,62,6v,118 . . .42,119 . . . 59,118 . . 118,149 . . 42,118 . . 118 . . 118 . . 118 . . . 118 . . .42,118 . . . .118 . . . 40,118 . . . 118 . . 118 . . 118 . . 118 . . . 118 . . 67,118 . . . . . 118 , ,33,42,118 . . . . . 118 42,68,76,118 , 40,41,118 Webb, James . . . . . . . 118 Weiss, Kenny , , , , , , 40,119 Wells, William . . . .118 Wesoloski, Sharon . . 118 West, Rebecca . . . . 118 Ledom, Wesley . . . . 115 Wheeler, Linda . . . . . 118 Whisenant, Billy . .... 118 Whitaker, Roy . . . . . 30,118 Whitewater, Ivan . ..... 118 Wicinski, Mary . . 42,68,81,118 Wiggins, Dorothy . ..... 118 Wilcoxon, Kathy . . ..... 118 Williams, Charlene . . 118 Williams, Diana . . . . 119 Williams, Gary . . . . 119 Williams, Roger . . . 119 Willman, John . . . . 111 Wing, Carol .... .... 1 19 Winsky, Frank . . . . 40,119 Wisong, James . . . . . 119 Wiyninger, Sharon . . 30,119 Woodward, John . . . . . 119 Davis, William . . . 105 Dawkins, Ronnie . . . 105 Dearinger, Earl , . , . 105 DeBaene, Donna . . . . 105 Debrick, Sharon . . . . 105 DeCourcy, Patricia . .106 DeMeyer, Jonni . . . .111 Ditto, Carol . . . , , 106 Dobson, Phyllis . . . . 106 Dodd, Dennis . . . . .106 Dornbrack, Tony . . . 106 Downey, Gary . . . . .106 Drake, Edward . . . . 106 Eads, Robert . . . . . . 106 Easter, Linda . . . . . 106 Eaton, Barbara . . . . . 69,106 Edwards, Russell . . . . 106 Elam, Kenneth . . . . . 106 Elam, Linda .... .... 1 06 Erickson, David . . . . . 40,106 Estes, Ronnie . . . . . . 106 Everhart, Olin . . . . . 106 Fain, Judy . . . . . . . 106 Fagan, Larry . . . . 64,106 Felman, Jack . . . . . . 106 Ferguson, Murrel , , Fiene, David Q . . Fisher, Edgar . . Forrest, Sandra . . Foster, Edwin . . Fountain, Etta . . Fox, Kathleen . . ....106 . 57,67,106 . . . . 106 . . 106 . . 106 . . 106 Fulkerson, Edward Fulton, La Donna . . Falkner, Walley . Gage, Larry . . . Garcia, Regina . Gartin, Ronice . Generaux, Jack . Gentry, Donald . Gerkovich, Terry . . Gieber, Cassandra Giesick, Carol . . Gilbert, James . . Gilbert, Sherrie . Gill, Edward . . . Gilley, Gary . . Gilmore, Linda . Gilman, John . . . Goodwin, James . Gorsage, Alta . . . Graham, Carlista . Graham, Danuta . Hale, Terry . . . Hall, John ..... Hallisey, Michael . Hammer, Clinton . Hanna, Steve . . . Hannaman, Ray . . Hanson, Wayne . . Harkness, Bonnie Harper, Janet . . . Hart, Steve . . . Harris, James . . Harris, Steve . . . Hecke, Victoria . . Heineken, Karren Henroid, Sharon . Hester, Barbara . Higgins, Richard . Hill, Leonard . . Hilton, Pamala . . Hinkhouse, David . Holenbeck, Betty . Randolph, Linda . . Holt, Stephen . . . House, Janet . . House, Phyllis . . Howard, Billy . . . Howard, Robert . . Huggins, Linda . . . 106 . 106 . . . 106 . . 33,106 . . 106 . . . . . 106 . . . . . . 106 , 28,59,63,67, 78,104,106 . . . 106 . .106 . . . 106 . . 38,106 . . 106 . . 106 . . . 106 . . . . . 106 . . 40,67,106 . . . . 106 . 106 . 106 . 106 . 106 . 106 ....107 .....107 . . 63,104,107 .......107 28,59,63,67,107 . . . . 28,107 . . 107 . 107 . . 107 . . . .107 . . 69,107 . . 107 . 107 . 107 . 107 . . . 107 . . 28,107 . . 111 . . 40,107 . . 107 . . 107 . . . . 107 . . . . . 107 . . 56,64,107 . . . . 107 Hughey, Karla . . . . 107 Hurt, Clinton . . . . 40,107 Huskey, Mary . . . . 107 Innes, Linda . . 111 Israel, Larry . . . 111 Jackson, Billy . . 107 James, Diann . . . 107 James, Jo . . . . . . 107 John, Kenneth . . . 64,107 Johnson, Eunice . . . 107 Johnson, James . . 107 Johnson, Vicki . . . . 107 Jones, Armon . . 60,107 Jones, Donna . . . . . 107 Jones, Geneva . . . . 28,107 Jones, Jacqueline . . . . 107 Jones Jane .... . . 40,107 Jones, Joyce . . . . . 107 Jones, Roger , . 40,107 Keefer, Derl . . . . 40,107 Kissell, Evelyn . . . . 107 Knight, Barbara . . . 107 Knight, Janice . . . 107 Kobe, Mike .... . 107 Krzesinski, Stanley . 107 Kuhns, Mary . . . . . 107 Kushner, Sheryl . . . 107 Landerburger, Carol . . 108 Landrum, Leroy . ..... 108 Lang, Claudia . . . ..... . 108 La Point, Connie . . . . 69,77,78,108 Abbott, Steve . . . . 59,64,67,96 Larimore, James Leavey, Juanita . Lebow, Sharon . Leckrone, Ellen . Lee, JoAnn . . . Lee, William . Lee, Henry . . . Lester, Sharon . Lewis, Linda . . . Lewis, Winona . . Lillard, Thomas . Lloyd, William . . Locke, James . . Long, Lawrence Long, Vernon . . Lorfing, Rickey . Loveall, James . . Louage, Beverly . Lowe, Sharon . . Lunday, Patricia Macan, Becky . . MacFarlane, Douglas . Main, Garold . . Mais, Richard . . Martin, Nancy . . Martin, Pamela . Matney, David . . Matz, Jonnie . . Maybell, Linda . Maxey, Roger . . Maxey, Vernon . McClain, Sondra . McCoy, Charles . McCoy, Mildred . McCoy, Ricky . . McDonald, Mary . . McGill, Stephin . . McKinley, Linda . Medina, Patricia . . Meginn, Michael . . Melton, Dorothy . . Mendez, Vincent . Mertz, Gene .... Middlemas, Keith . . . Minteer, Janice . . Moore, George . . Moore, Larry . . Moore, Ruth . . . Muro, Rebecca . . Murphy, Tommy . . Murray, Marilyn . . Nauss, Vicki .... Nemecheck, Frances Nutt, Daniel .... Oakes, Linda . . O'neal, Leta . . . Palmer, Charlotte . Palmer, Linda . . Pankey, Mike . . Parker, Johnny . . Peden, Catherine . . Peek, Terry ,,,, Pollock, Joe . . . Poston, Karen . . . Potter, Charles . . . Powers, Katherine . Puritt, Linda .... Ray, Larry . . . Reade, Terry . . . Redmon, Kenneth . . Richards, Mary . . . Richardson, Paul , , Richardson, Robert Riden, Dale .... Ripperger, Linda . . Robb, Meryle . . . Robertson, Carol . . Robertson, Sue . . Rogers, Donald . . . . 108 . 108 . . 108 . . 108 . . . 108 . 67,108 . 59,108 . . . 108 . . 108 . . 108 . . . 111 . . . 108 40,67,108 28,60,l08 . . 64,108 . . . 108 . . . 108 . 28,108 . . . 108 . . 108 . . 108 . . 108 . . 108 . . 108 . . . 108 ..81, 108 64,67,108 . . . 108 . . .108 . . . 108 . 40,108 . . . 108 . . 108 . . 108 . . 108 . . 108 . . 103 . . 108 . . . 108 . 81,108 . . . 108 . 64,109 . . . 109 . . . 109 . . . 109 37,67,109 . . 38,109 ...109 ..109 ..109 109 ...109 . . . . 40,109 . 67,109 . . . 109 . . 109 . . 109 . . 109 . . 109 . . 109 . . 109 . . 109 . . 109 . . 109 . . 109 . . 109 . . . 109 . 104,109 . . . 109 ., . 64,109 . . 109 . . 109 . . . 109 . 59,109 . . . 109 . . 109 . . 109 . . 28,109 ...109 . . 28,109 Freshman Class Adam, Charles . . .96 Rose, Rhonda . . Rouse, Mike . . Routh, Cynthia . . Routh, Kenneth . , Rust, Linda .... Schroder, Barbara . . Schroeppel, Michele Schulter, Betty .... Scott, Debora .... Scott, Loren . . Scott, Nancy . . . Scrivner, Larry , . Shane, Lynn . . Shaw, Becky . . Shay, Mike . . . Sheppard, Gary , ..109 ...109 . . 69,110 . . 60,110 . . . 28,110 110 . .110 . .110 . .110 ....110 .....110 e4,ev,110 . . . 110 .....110 64,67,110 . . . 110 Shirk, Patty . . . 110 Siler, Donald . . . . 110 Siler, Judy . . . . . . 111 Sims, Jerry ..... . . 40,110 Slankard, Sharon . . . . . 110 Smith, Danny . . . . . 110 Smith, Francis . . . . 110 Smith, Jackie . . 110 Smith, Joyce . . . . 110 Smith, Richard . . . . 110 Smith, Sandra . . . . . 110 Smith, Stanley . . . . . 40,110 Smith, Wesley . . . . . 103 South, Donna . . . . 110 Spiess, Albert . . . . 110 Staffer, David . . 110 Stafos, Janet . . . . 110 Staley, Donna . . . . . . 110 Stanton, Robert . . . . . . . 110 Staples, Michael . . . .67,110 Steinmetz, Michael . . . 67,110 Stines, Mildred . . . . 110 Stone, Carolyn . . . . 110 Storms, Sharon . . . 110 Stimac, John . . . . 60,110 Stimao, Lola . . .... 110 Sullivan, John . . . . . 28,111 Swenson, Connie . . . 110 Swenson, Ronnie . . . 110 Swinney, Carolyn . . . . 110 Tanner, Gary . . . . . 40,110 Taylor, Charles . . . . . 110 Thomas, Roberta . Thomas, Virgil . . Tomlinson, Richard Tirnmerman, Deloris . . Tipton, Joyce . . . Tisdale, Clifford . . .... 110 . . . 40,110 ...111 ...110 . . . . 40,110 . . . . 40,110 Toler, Vivian . . . . 28,111 Turk, Louis . . . . 111 Turner, Sharon . . 111 Ufford, Mildred . . . . 111 Vaubel, Roberta . . . . . 111 Vincent, Beverly . , , , 28,111 Wagner, Patricia . . . 111 Walker, Vicki. . . . .111 Walley, Patricia . . . . 111 Walters, Michael . . . 64,111 Way, William . . . .111 Weitze, Carol . . . . . 111 Wendt, Edward .... . . 64,111 Whisenant, Marilyn . 111 Wilcoxon, Sandra . . 111 Willmon, John . . . . . . 111 Wilson, Barbara . . . . 34,111 Wilson, Mary . . . . . 40,111 Wisner, Lindann . . . . 111 Wistrom, Dennis . . . 111 Witter, Nancy . . 111 Wolfe, Paula . . . . 111 Wray, Charles . . . . 111 Wright, Charles . . . . 111 Wylie, Steve . . . . . 111 Zemmer, Teri . . . . 111 Adams, Ernest . . . 96 167 Addison, Rocky . . . Albertson, Timothy . Agnew, Richard . . . Albright, Dennis . Allen, Iris . . . Allen, Michael . . Allen, Ray . . . Allen, Thomas . Andrew, Jack . . . Andrews, Richard . , ...98 Armstrong, John . . . Armsworthy, Waynetta Arnold, Patricia . . Baier, Michael . . Barlow, Linda . Bartels, Paul . . Bartlett, Robert . . . Behrends, Linda . . . Beilsmith, Margaret Benton, Richard . . . Berry, Walter . . Bichel, Janet . . Bigler, Carol . . . Birdsong, Floyd . Boan, Michael . Boardman, Beth . Bolt, Patricia . . Bosler, Barbara . Bradford, Diana . Brown, Anthony . . . Brown, Christine . . Brown, ,Ira ..... Brown, Janet . . . .....100 Harris, Gary ,.,, Broyles, Penny . . Bruffett, Muriel . Bullard, Sharon . . Bush, Terry . . Bryant, Sandra . . Budimlija, Terry . . Burton, Frank . . Cain, Mary ..... Callahan, Paulette . . Campbell, Steven . . Cansler, Dennis . . . Carothers, Vanya . . Carpenter, Gwendolyn Cassidy, Craig . . . Cathey, Stephen . . . Caton, Michael . . Chambers, Jerry . . Chapman, Ronald . . Cheek, Robert . . Choate, David . . Clark, Joyce .... Clayborn, Donald . . Clevenger, James . . Cleveland, Michael . . Coffin, Jacqueline . . Cole, Stephen . . . Conner, John . . Cook, Pamela . . Cox, Annetta . . Coyazo, Johnny . . Crafton, James . . Crain, Richard . Criger, Wilbur . Criner, Reba . . . Crockett, Cheri . . . Crossland, Charles . Culter, Joe ..... Davenport, John . . Demott, Carolyn . . Dempsey, Michael . Denne, Bill ..... Deshazer, Linda . Dickens, Kathy . Dickinson, Bill . . Dickson, Kristi . . Dillon, Gail . . . Dillon, Kenneth . . Dixon, J, Resse . , Dobbins, Glenn . Dodd, CoAnn . . Donn, Porter . . . Dorsey, Rose . . 168 96 ....96 . . 59,64,96 . . . . 96 . . . . 96 59,64,67,96 . . . . 96 . . . . 96 . . . 28,96 . 59,67,96 . . . . 96 . . . 97 . . . 81,97 . 59,67,97 . . . . 97 . . . . 97 . 59,67,97 . . . . 97 . . 28,97 . . 59,97 . . 59,97 . . 97 . 97 . 97 . 97 , 97 . 97 . 97 . 97 .....97 .....97 .59,64,97 97 ..40,97 ..97 ,..97 .67,97 ..97 ..97 .97 .97 .97 ..97 ..97 .....97 .....97 60,64,67,97 . 59,64,97 . . . 59,97 . . . 59,97 . 64,67,97 . . . . 97 . . . .97 . 97 . . 97 . . 97 . . 97 . . 97 . . 97 . . 97 . . 28,97 . . 97 . . 97 . , 97 . 97 . 98 . 98 . .98 . . . .99 . . . . 98 . 59,67,98 . . . . 98 . . 59,98 . .59,99 . . 98 . . 98 . . 59,98 . . . 98 . . . . 98 . . 64,67,98 . . . . . 98 . 59,67,98 ....98 ..59,98 ...98 Douglas, Larry . . Douglas, Rex . . . Downey, Michael . . Doyle, Steven . . . Dugan, Carl . . . Dunn, Paul . . . Eads, Sylvia .... Easley, Beverly . . Eastwood, Sandra , Edwards, Sherry . . Edrington, Linda . . Eickhoff, Robert . . Elkins, Jerry , . Elson, Jane . . . Erskine, Linda . . Espy, Charles .... Everett, Connie .... Everhart, Vicki Lynn Farrar, James . . . Felt, Linda . . . Fewin, Kathryn . . Fisher, David . . Fivecoat, Janet . . . Flaherty, Sandra , , Foster, Sharon . . Foust, James .... Frazier, William , , Frass, Duane . . . Gage, Jay .... Gamble, Janis . . , Gardner, Donald . . Gartin, John . . . Gibbons, John . . . Grandstaff, Ethel . Grall, Jim .... Green, David . . Hague, Deborah . Hahner, Elmer , , Hale, Richard . . Hall, Connie . . . Hammer, Linda . Hammond, John . . Hardesty, Richard . . Harding, Denton . , Harrison, Donald . . Hardman, Thomas , , Harris, Kenneth . . Harris, Ronald . . Hart, Merry . . .4 Harvey, Dorita . . Hayes, Gary . . Henry, Derral . , Henry, Lois .... Herd, Janet ..... Hinkhouse, Stephen . . Holloway, Earnie . . Holt, Dorothy . . . Hoover, Patricia , , Hoover, William . . Horton, Micheal. . . Houp, William . . Howard, Dorothy . . Howell, Dennis . . Howell, Gaylen . . Hughes, Lynda . . Hundley, Linda . . Jacobs, Sandra . . James, Leona . . Jenkins, Russell . . Johnson, Arthur , , Johnson John , . Johnson, Kenneth , , Johnson, Phillip . . Johnson, Stephen , , Johnston, Linda . . Jones, Larry Eugene Jones, Richard . . . Keck, Marie .... Keller, Sandra . . Kendall, Walter . Kennedy, Clyde . . Kenslow, Dorecia . Kessler, Bonnie . . Kietzman, Ronald . . ..98 ..98 ....98 ..67,98 ..59,98 ..46,98 ...98 ..98 ..98 ..98 ..98 ..98 ..98 ..98 ..98 ..98 ..98 ..98 ...98 ..28,98 ...98 ..59,98 ..98 ..98 ...98 ...59,98 ...98 . . . 28,98 . . 99 . . . 99 . . 59,99 . 59,67,99 ....99 ...99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ......99 ......99 28,64,67,96,99 ......99 ....99 ..4o,99 ..64,99 ..99 ..99 99 99 ..59,e7,99 ..40,99 ...99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ..99 ...99 ..59,99 ...99 99 ..59,99 99 . . 100 . . 100 . 100 . . 100 . 100 . . . 100 . . 67,100 Kiff, Lillian . . Kimler, Janet . . King, Betty ..... Killough, Glena . . . King, Donald ,,., Kresyman, Ronald . . Koontz, Daniel . . . Lafon, Ray ,,,, Lee, Elizabeth . . Ligon, Harold . . Lillard, Jennifer . . Lorfing, Michael . . Loveall, Artie .... Loxterman, Dennis . . Macan, Nancy .... Macon, John , , Magill, John . . . Malone, Richie . . Martin, Ronald . . Mason, Jane ,,,, Mawhiney, Lana . . . Maxville, Paul .... May, Harold Dempsey Maybell, Ronald . . . McCoy, Mary ,... McCrary, Jana . . McCurry, Joel . . . McDonald, Linda . . McGee, Ronald . . McGill, Stephen . . McGuire, Janet . . McHenry, Jack . . Meditz, David . . Meier, Russell . Merrell, Rex . Milam, Leslie -. . Milford, Larry . . Miller, Donald . . Miller, Fred . , Miller, Judy . . Miller Linda . . . Miller, Peggy . . . Misenhelter, Daniel . Mitchell, William . . Mixer, John ..., Montgomery, Judy , . Moore, Georgeanne . Moore, Gerald .... Moore, Russell . . Morche, Janet . . . Morgan, Cynthia , . Morrissey, Michael . Moyer, Johnny .... Nealy, Terry ,,,,. Neighbors, Daniel . . Neighbors, John . Neighbors, Vicki . . Newton, Ronnie . . Nichols, Curtis . . Nolan, Don ...... . . 100 . . 100 . .100 . . .100 . . . .100 . .59,67,100 . . . .100 . . 59,100 . . .100 . . ioo . .100 . .100 . . 100 . .100 . . 100 .....100 ......100 ...59,67,100 ....l00 ..100 ...100 ....l00 .40,59,100 ....l00 ....l00 ......100 . 59,64,67,100 . . . . . 100 . . 59,64,67,100 .....103 ....l00 ......1O0 . . . 59,641,100 28,59,64,67,100 . . . 59,64,67,100 .....100 . . 40,67,100 . . 59,100 . . 40,100 . . . 100 . 100 . . . 101 . . . . 101 . . 59,101 . . . 101 . . 101 . . . 101 . . 64,101 . 77,78,101 . . . . 101 . . 103 . . 101 ....101 .....l01 ..59,64,101 ....l01 ..101 ..101 . .... 101 Norris, Richard ........... 59,101 Oestmann, Vernon Ernest . . . 28,910,101 Oglesby, Donna . . . O'Neal, Marcia . . O'Neal, Thomas . . Osteen, Dennis . . Owens, Judy . . . Page, Phillip , . Palmer, Fred . . Park, Sherry , , Park, Steve .... Parks, Betty .... Parsons, Edward . . . Parsons, Larry , . , Patterson, Cheryl . . Patterson, Michael , . Payne, Franklin . . . Pedersen, Beverly . Peek, Cheryl ..., Peters, Pamela , . Poletis, George , , Politte, Cynthia . . Potchad, Mike . . Potchad, Susan . . Prather, Doris . . . .... 101 . . . . . . 101 . 28,64,67,101 . . . . 59,101 . . . . . . 101 . . 28,59,101 . . . . 101 . . 101 . . 101 . . 101 . . . 101 . . 28,101 . . . 101 . . 67,101 . . 101 . 101 . . 101 . . 101 . . 101 . . 101 . . . 101 . . 96,101 . . . 101 ....102 Preston, Cathie . . Preston, Charles . Pretz, Constance . . Provence, Keith . Price, Maria . . . Pruitt, Rita .... Renne, Charles . . Ricehouse, George Richards, Patricia Richardson, Gloria Richardson, Lora . . . Richardson, Perry Ring, Eugene . . . . Ritter, Diane . . . Roach, Carl . . . Robertson, John . Robinson, Norman Rodriguez, Dorcas Roe, Beverly . . . Rollwagen, Micheal Ronn, Carolyn . . Runions, Marlene . . Russell, William . Salinas, Rebecca . Sams, Robert . . . Schell, Mary . . .- Schumaker, Cheryl Scott, Donald . . . Scribner, Ted . . . Shiffer, Jon . . . Shinall, Evelyn . . Short, Carol . . . . 101 . . 59,101 . . 101 . . 101 ....101 .....101 . 64,67,101 59,64,96,101 . . . 40,101 ....102 59,64,67,102 ....102 .....102 . . 102 . . 102 . . 102 . . 102 . . . . 102 . . 50,102 . . . 102 . . 102 . . 59,102 . . 28,102 . . 102 . . 102 . . 102 ....102 102 ,2S,64,102 .....102 ....102 Sigler, Joyce . . . 102 Simmons, Linda . . 102 Slavens, Gayle . . . 102 Sloan, Tom . . . . 102 Small, Lynda . . . . 102 Smith, Linda . . . . 102 Smith, Terry . . . . 102 Smith, Wesley . . . . 103 Smith, Patricia . . 102 Smith, Stephen . 59,102 Sparks, Larry . . . 67,102 Spindler, Deborah . 102 Sroufe, Leelton . . 102 Stambaugh, Larry . 102 Stites, Helen . . . . . 102 Storms, Judy . . . . 102 Strain, Rita . . . . 102 Stump, John . . . . 103 Sullivan, Dennis . . 103 Sullivan, Sharon . . 103 Taylor, Marcella . 102 Taylor, Terry . . . . 102 Teeters, Patti . . . 102 Thomas, Linda . . 102 Thomas, Thomas . 102 Thompson, Ronald . . . . 103 Tidwell, Lloyd . . . . . 102 Tiner, Herbert . . 102 Todd, Wanda . . . . . 103 Tolbard, Vivian . , 103 Tomlinson, James 59,103 Tortorilla, Roger 67,103 Trout, Lydia . . . 100 Walker, Janet . . . . 103 Walker, Michael . . . 103 Wall, Linda .... . . 103 Wamsher, Charlene , . 103 Waugh, Peggy . . . . . 103 Webb, Cynthia . . . . 103 Wells, Fred . . . . 103 Werst, Leslie . . . . . 103 Wheeler, Karen . . . . 103 Wheeler, Sharon . . . 103 Whisler, Phillis . . . . 103 White, Dixie ..... . . 103 Whitewater, Jerry . . 103 Whitson, Edison .... . . 103 Wibberding, Elizabeth . . . . 103 Wicinski, Cynthia . . . 103 Williams, Christine . . 103 Williams, James . . . 103 Williams, Marilyn .... 103 Williams, Robert . . . 59,103 Wilson, Richard . . Wilson, Sandra . . ..........103 Winchell, Terry .... Winters, Rachel . . . Woods, Kathleen . Wright, Wanda . . Wylie, Kelly . . York, Josheph . . York, Michael . . Young, Mary , , ......59,103 59,64,67,78,81,103 ........103 ........103 ..103 ...103 ..67,103 ..59,103 ...103 169 r jglxc-Iggy y D , +40 ,aw ,WM 9 WJ f LA1,,L2,,f G7ffQ1,LQ,-54741, r A A -f-L19-f2,.,2 t n!lljj 6 QE 6 U L71Q'f M Ly Midi I 9 30,-f it ,A ,Q Z Z ff III -J :' I F ,Q Q f ' 1 Q X 'FM , lg , Q W Q51 E L X iw M.i,..un..m,.u.s.,L. H .N 6-C7 4 f x zufju W A Y A K! Af ! ,L W ML,i My 4 I W ML ff M ,NEW J L' if J gif fy Q X, 'Lf ,,,, 1 f ,gf ONQ QN O5 Q W fa? ss? Q - ' dr' 75 "H m xx' . I '


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