Turner High School - Turnerite Yearbook (Kansas City, KS)
- Class of 1965
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The 1965 Turnerite is symbolic of the student viewpoint of o
year that is now only a memory. The year passed quickly for
some, slowly for others. Many have since gone their separate
ways into the world. The future now beckons seniors intoa
world of many new discoveries and problems which must be
faced with a goal of tomorrow. We must look back on the given
opportunities of high school as, above all, ahint of the challenges
awaiting us in the future.
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"Let's make this year's Booster the best Turner has
ever seen," said Mr. Harley various times during the
"Even though it is Twirp
Day, All the the more
Praised By Students
ln appreciation for his hard work and fine
service to Turner High School and its Journalism
Department, the Turnerite staff would like to
dedicate their yearbook to Mr. John Harley.
Although Mr. Harley leaves Turner for
another position, he will be remembered by his
students and co-Workers as a man who was in-
tently dedicated to his responsibilities of spon-
soring the school's two publications, the Booster
and the Turnerite. Organizing and inspiring the
staffs were his concerns and he fulfilled his
obligations deserving merit. ln addition, Mr.
Harley was considered an interesting teacher who
lived his profession and enjoyed his field of
We would especially like to thank him for
the extra time he gave us outside of class and
the personal interest he gave the staffs as students
and friends. For these reasons and that he made
this book possible, we would like to dedicate the
product of our efforts to Mr. Harley, Turner
I eas on to nave 20 "Ah! The yearbook is finally finished," "lt only took a little friendly persuasion to
minutes of announce- sighed Mr. Harley in his sombrerro. sell that ad, class."
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Vicki Hecke Reigns at
27th Annual Event
Reigning as King and Queen of 1965 Home-
coming Dance were Vicki Hecke and Gene
Mertz. Attendants Were: senior, Diane Eaton,
escort, Ken Johng junior, Reney Beilsmith,
escort, Perry Richardsong sophomore, Connie
Gent , escort, Don Turner.
rowning ceremonies were at the half-
time activities of the Olathe-Turner football
game, October 9. The band and the Pep Club
encircled the candidates and their escorts
on the field.
The Alumni, faculty, and students were
present at the dance held in the gymnasium.
Music was provided by the Shadowmen.
Preparations for Homecoming were being made by Janet
Laningham, Bob Richardson, Steve Smith, Linda Easter,
and Kristi Dickson.
The HornecominiDance was observed by King, Gene Mertz, Connie Gentry and Don Turner, Diane Eaton and Ken John
and Queen,Vicki ecke and their attendants and their escorts, Rene Beilsrnith and Perry Richardson.
Vicki Hecke received her kiss of "queenship" from
King Gene Mertz during the half time ceremonies.
Royalty reigned as students, alumni, and faculty gather for t
Flower girl, Terry Johnson and crown bearer, Carl
Fugate played an important part in the festivities of
he traditional dance.
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Honors Athletes of the
Entire Year for Efforts
What has traditionally been a Fall Athletic
Banquet was changed this year to a Spring
Athletic Banquet. The purpose: to honor boys
in more than one sport.
'The guest speaker for the Spring Banquet
was Al Duer, executive secretary of NAIA.
Mr. Duer emphasized several tips to the
athletes attending. I-Ie stressed the significance
of sports as a good influence in molding char-
acter. It is in the carry over later in life of this
early training that proves the Worth of all
sports. A combination ofphysical skill, mental
development and spiritual growth add up to a
full, rich, moral life.
After Mr, Duef'S speech awards were
passed out to boys in varsity and junior
varsity basketball--also to boys in track and
Al Duer, executive secretary of N.A.l.A. spoke at the
Athletic Banquet on the importance of athletics in mold-
Gary Main and Terry Precht helped to pass down the foodg
so everyone could partake in feasting.
Director Clinton Ilurt led the boys' ensemble atthe Athletic
Adds Touch ofVa,riety
To Usual Routine
Twirp Week is an annual celebration at
Turner that takes place each year approx-
imately at spring time. The tables are turned,
and the girls take over the position of the
males of THS. They open doors, carry
their books, pay for any dates that week,
and ask them to the Twirp Dance at the end
of the week. This week gives the shy girl, as
well as others the chance that they have been
waiting for all year--the chance toask that
special boy to the Twirp Dance.
A day of casual dress was also allowed.
The boys were allowed to wear bermudas,
and overalls. The girls were allowed to
wear slacks and cullottes. In appreciation of
this day, the students participated in a dress-
up day. The boys wore suits, and the girls
wore their best dresses.
Senior Gary Main jokingly recalled his early days in
old Mexico as he prepares for Twirp Week.
Getting ready for the annual Twirp Week were: Janet Chambers, Larry Ray and Vivian Tolar, and, Randy
Morche and Paul Bartles, Doris Prather and Jerry Poletis and Becky Muro.
Sandy Smith was "enslaved" to Larry Bunce as part
of the crowning ceremonies of the king and queen of
the Twirp Dance.
Proved to be Memorable
With "Chain" Crowning
This year the Student Council sponsored
a dance to end Tvvirp Week. It was held on
March 19, with an Egyptian theme. The stu-
dents dressed in school attire were surrounded
by mummies, camels, and pyramids for an ef-
Slave tickets were sold for 1C to the girls
during Twirp Week. Whenever a girl would do
a deed for a boy, she and the boy would sign
the ticket and would Write down what it was that
the girl did for the boy. Whichever girl had
acquired the most tickets during that Week,
she was crowned the Twirp Queen.
Sandy Smith was crowned Twirp Queen,
choosing Larry Bunce as her King. The tvvo
were chained together with a paper chain as a
symbol of their life together forever.
Dancing along side Larry and Sandy at the Twirp Dance
were Linda Jenkins and Steve Hannag looking on'is Donna
Scene of the Presentation
of 1965 T.H.S. Royalty
"Hawaiian Paradise" was the theme of the
l965 Press Ball sponsored by the Journalism
Dept. This dance emphasized the presentation of
the Turnite Royalty.
The decorations for the evening were palm
trees, pineapples, murals depicting the Hawaiian
atomosphere, an active volcano, and a thatched
hut which provided refreshments.
The throne, located at the far end of the
gymnasium, was decoratively prepared for the
Royalt . White wrought iron chairs were high-
lightecllwith the ancestrial Hawaiian mask in the
background, Perpendicular to the throne were
two palm trees forming an arch that outlined
the path for the Royal Promenade.
Miss T.H.S., Linda Easter and Mr. T.H.S.,
Larry Fagan danced to the music of The Shadow-
men at the annual Press Ball,
Press Ball Royalty, left to right: Don Gentry Michele Bette Cox Armon Jones D C k Mk '
Schroeppel, Bob Howard, Connie LaPoint, Terry Cierkovich J d' G ' od ,d mm? OO ' 1 e Sugnmetz' and
Sharon Turner, Linda Easter, Larry Fagan, John Sullivan, H5165 Cigicixiyggg. are seate on tie royal throne directly after
Prince and Princess of Athletics Bob Howard and Connie
LaPoinr joined in the traditional royalty dance.
Larry lnagan showed the expression of disbelief as
Homecoming queen Vicki Hecke placed the crown on
Misas T. H. S. Linda. Easter
Presentation of Royalty
Was Awaited by all
The initial highlight of the evening was
directed to the presentation of Turnerite
Royalty, by Steve Holt and Linda Innes, Mis-
tress and Master of Ceremonies.
Prior to the Press Ball, the Senior class
elected thirty couples to run in a student wide
election for .Royalty finalists. Sixteen couples
were then elected and personally interviewed
by eight impartial judges, ranging from teach-
ers to business executives.
Finalists were recognized during the
Royalty ceremony and as each prince and prin-
cess was announced, they proceeded to the cen-
ter of the room where they were crowned by the
1965 Homecoming King and Queen, Gene Mertz
and Vicki Hecke. They were assisted by Terri
Elsbury and Steve Straub, flower girl and crown
Prince and Princess of Achievement: Terry Gerkovich and
Prince and Princess of Athletics: Bob Howard and
Prince and Princess of Talent: John Sullivan and
Prince and Princess of Charm and Personality:
Michele Schroeppel and Don Gentry.
Prince and Princess of Fun and Mischief: Armon
Jones and Donna Cook.
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Flower girl Terri Elsbury and crown bearer Steve
Straub are engrossed by the Hawaiian atmosphere
after the coronarion.
Prince and Princess of Promise and Success: Judi
Greenwood and Mike Steinmetz.
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Was A Towering Success With a
Theme of Paris Enchantment
The theme of the 1964-65 Junior- Senior
Prom, "An Evening in Paris" was complete-
ly carried outg the gym was decorated as an
French outdoor cafe.
The guests Were entertained by amusing
skits and danced to "The Shadows". Danny
Gilbert, dressed as a Frenchman, took pic-
tures of the couples for mementos.
Punch and French pastry was servedg
the tables were decorated with a checked
tablecloth and a candle.
Lois Middleton and Cheryl Barnett swirled and
twirled as Parisian "can-can" dancers at the Jr.-
Jack Andrew, Cindy Webb, Susan Potchad, and Jim Kendall enjoy the evening dancing and nibbling on French pastry.
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gonna keep them on the farm after they've seen decided to explore the Eiffel Tower center
aree" while others look on: Jim Gladieux, on chair, piece at the Prom.
Pat De Nolf, and Joan Carrillo.
Playing the role of a French street photographer, senior Danny Gilbert snapped Steve Cathy and Vanya Carothers
at the Junior-Senior Prom.
Dogpatch at Turner
Proved to be Entertaining
The musical, annually presented by choir
and Thespians, took place October 29 and 31.
Music by Gene de Paul and lyrics by Johnny
Mercer set to the book by Norman Panama
and Melvin Frank transformed the stage in-
to a hillbilly haven.
Lil' Abner . . . . . . Don Rogers
Daisy Mae ..... . . Bev Vincent
Mammy Yokum . . . Vicki Hecke
Pappy Yokum . . . . Clinton Hurt
Marryin' Sam .... . Stan Smith
Earth uake McCoon . . . Jerry Sims
Senator Phogbouncl ...... Jon Johnson
Evil Eye Fleagle ....... John Bailey
General Bullmoose . . Charles Armontrout
Mayor Dawgmeat ....... Mike Magee
Dogpatchers pay rapt attention to Pappy Yokum as he
Earthquake McCoon Qtlerry Simsj was being told who the boss is by MammyYokum Nicki Heckej.
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Presented On Turner Stage
The Junior Class play, "The Barretts
of Witnpole Street," which was presentedon
February 4 and 6, concerned the actions of
one family and what heartache and torment
their domineering father brought them. The
play shows the manner in which each of the
household members rebel against the father.
When the father's favorite daughter shows
her rebellion by an elopement, the tables
The cast included: Doctor Chambers,
Jon Johnsong Elizabeth Moulton-Barrett,
Connie Robbins, Wilson, Diane Bottorffg
Henrietta Moulton-Barrett, Sue Skwarlog
Arabel Moulton-Barrett, Jana McCraryg
Octavius Moulton-Barrett, Don Scott, Bella
Hedley, Judy Fauserg Henry Bevan, Roy
Whitakerg Robert Browning, Keet Eatong
Captain' Surtees Cook, Jerry Simsg Mr.
Barrett, Charles Armantrout.
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Robert Browning Qlieet Eatonj as he tells more of his
plans for their future.
ln a scene from "The Barretts of Wimpole Street",
Captain Cook fJerry Simsj is being fully adorned with
his sword by Henrietta Barrett QSue Skwarloj.
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After reading the farewell note from Elizabeth Connie
Robbinsj, Mr. Barrett QCharles Arrnantroutj deman s from
Henrietta CSue Skwarloj where his daughter has fled.
Henrietta Barrett QSue Skwarloj is entertained hy
Octavius in "Barretts of Wirnpole Street,"
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McCraryj watch the dramatic actions of their father
Back stage after the performance, Charles Armantrout,
Jackie Coffin, Ann Grossarth, and Keet Eaton converse
happily about the successful night.
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Scenes of a Common
"Time Out for Ginger" was chosen to be the
Senior sponsored play, and on April 9, and
10, was presented to audiences who loved the
"at home" reality it offered them. This delight-
ful comedy was centered around an upper middle-
class family and their complications in trans-
forming their tomboy daughter, Ginger, played
by Sue Skwarlo, into being a young lady. The
puzzeled, but understanding parents of Ginger
were portrayed by Jerry Sims and Judy Fauser.
Other members of the cast were: Lizzie, the
maid, played by Diane Bottorffg Joan Carol, one
of the sisters, by Ann Grossarthg Jeannie Carol,
by Connie Robbins, Eddie Davis, Joan's boy-
friend, by Jon Johnsong Tommy Green, Ginger's
boyfriend, by Don Scottg Mr. Wilson, by Clinton
Hurt, and Ed Hoffman, the school principal, by
R oy Whitaker, Clinton Ilurt, and Keet Eaton become involved
in conversation as they take a few moments break from
Dfcfged Q9 QUGGD Victoria for her part in the school's
pl-ay. Jennie Carroll QC,onn1e Robbins, prepares to leave with
Lizzie QDiane Bottorffj the family's maid.
Ed Hoffman QRoy Whitakerj, President of the town bank,
has come to tell Mr, and Mrs. Carroll Merry Sims and
Judy Pausery that they are being laughed at by the whole
community for encouraging Ginger to play footballfor the
Ginger qSue Skwarloj has finally decided to be a girl and leave football
for the boys in a discussion with her agreeable father,
Eddy Davis QJon .lohnsonjteaseslommy Green
QDon Scotty about his "girl" friend being on a
football team, as the latter starts to punch him
for these unwelcomed remarks.
Randy Poletis, Rick Lorfing, Ronnie Dawkins, Michele Schroeppel, Paul Richardson, LeAnn Lynch, Dennis Howell, and Joe
Pollock were dancers in the Seniors' Assembly.
Memories to Keep
in Future Years
The Senior class presented the Senior As-
sembly to the student body on May 21. It was a
creative representation of the history of the
graduating class of 1965. Madame Rhue, por-
trayed by Mary Ann Wilson, told the future
of the class to a group of its potential members.
The program was divided into four main sec-
tions, the freshman, sophomore, junior, and
senior years. Highlighting such events as
Connie LaPoint, freshman candidate for Home-
comin g Don Gentry breaking the track record
in 1962535 preparations for the 1964 Junior-
Sgigior Promg and the Turnerite Royalty for
The climax was the closing song of "Moments
to Remember" and "Class of 65" Written in
neon lights ending the span of four years.
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Madame Rue CMary Ann Wilsonj retold the past as
Wally Falconer, Cliff Tisdale, Mary Ann McDonald
In this scene from the first place Sophomore stunt, the
mighty hunters are surrounded by vicious Cannibals.
Clinton Hurt grins madoeningly at Charles Armantrout in the
senior skit at Junior Stunt Night.
JR. STUNT NIGHT
Unexpected Victory for
The annual Junior Stunt Night was pre-
sented on Friday, March 26. The Junior
class president, Craig Cassidy acted as
master of ceremonies. First place was a-
warded to the Sophomore class for their
stunt based on a Jungle Safari.
The Senior class received second place
honors for their skit which consisted of an
imitation of Little Red Riding Hood.
The Pep Club took third place with
their Mickey Mouse Club Talent Show.
Honorable mention was given to the ln-
dustrial Arts Club for their entertaining
The Junior High Schools presented
stunts, but not on a competitive basis.
The Highland Classics, students from Highland Junior High
entertain at Junior Stunt Night.
25 Students Recognized for
As is traditional, ten per cent of the grad-
uating class is represented in the National
Honor Society. The class of 1965 produced
twenty-five honor students, chosen from the
top twenty per cent of the graduating class.
This twenty per cent rated itself and was
rated by the faculty. As a result, ten per
cent of the class was selected to become
members of the National Honor Society.
These students were chosen on the basis
of service, leadership, character, and scho-
The twenty-five honor students were initiated
into the society in a formal and dignified
ceremony in the high school auditorium.
Each student signed his name in the Turner
Chapter Book and was presented with a cer-
tificate of the National Honor Society.
Mike Steinmetz wrote his name among the others who
were installed into the National Honor Society.
Members of the 1964-1965 National Honor Society were: Patricia Walley,LindaRust,BettyHolenbeck,Diane Bottorff.
lst Row: Vicki Hecke, Debra Scott, Judy Arrnsworthy, Dale 3rd Row: Roy Whitaker, Mike Steinmetz, Chuck Wray, John
Ann Riden, Judy Greenwood, Lynda Gillmore. 2nd Row: Sullivan, John Chesney, David Matney, Larry Fagan, Jack
Sheryl Kushner, Nancy Martin, Bette Cox, Mary Richards, Generaux, Terry Gerkovich, John Hall, David Erickson.
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Linda Easter David Erickson
Larry Fagan Terry Gerkovich
Judith Greenwood Vicki Hecke
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David Matney Linda Rust
Recognition given to
fourteen T .H .S . S eniors
Armsworthy Scholarship Hall, Kansas
State University County
Council, P. T, A,
Bottorff Bethany Honor Scholarship
Easter Forty and Eight Club, Bethany
School of Nursing
Erickson Massachusetts Institute of
Technology Junction P.T.A.
Fagan Turner Lions Club
Gerkovich Turner High School P. T. A.
Greenwood District No. 202 Teachers
Association Future Teachers Association
Vicki Hecke Turner Lioness Club Scholar-
ship Hall, Kansas University
Sheryl Kushner Kansas State U n iv e r s i t y,
Dept. of Home Economics Turner , High
School P. T. A.
Patricia Lunday Baker U n iv e r s i ty Honor
Matney Turner Lions Club
Rust Baker University Honor
Michael Steinmetz Junction School P, T, A,
Roy Whitaker Summerfield, U n iv e r s it y of
Sheryl Kushner Patricia Lunday
Michael Steinmetz Roy Whitaker
"Vitamins" Are Given
At '65 Commencement
Baccaulaureate services began at 8:00 with the
traditional processional, "Largo".
Dr. W. L. McGrew presented the invocation
and benediction. The choir sang, "Bow Down
Thine Ear". The class sermon was given by
Rev. Wilbur Woods.
Commencement, May 27, drew a close to a
period of four years for the graduating class of
1965. The colors chosen were black and gold,
and the flowers were yellow chrysanthemums.
The class motto, "To strive is to Succeed,"
was selected by the class. The diplomas were
presented to the students by Doctor A. A. Gentry.
As is done each year, Miss Cunningham plays "Pomp
and Circumstancen, while the graduates file into the
While awaiting the final moment, seniors line up in antici-
Mixed emotions are apparent at the annual Baccalaureate
Sharon Turner smiles happily as she receives Mr, Guy V. Keeler delivers the commencement
her long awaited diploma from Doctor Gentry. address, "Vitamins For Your Future."
Mixed emotions are shown on the faces of the class of 1965 as they listen to the graduation speaker.
Symbolic of the advantages gained from membership in any one
of the many THS clubs or organizations in the past year are
three things. Service: the knowledge that you are contributing
something to the growth of the particular organization you are
a part of. Security: the wonderful feeling of being a benefit to
society. Satisfaction: the ultimate reward for your contributions.
And now, as the contents of these pages transport you in time,
take vicarious pleasure in recalling those moments that are
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The main responsibilities taken on by the jour-
nalism department are to publish a bi-weekly
student paper, The Booster, and the Turnerite.
These publications are edited by the senior
journalism class under the guidance of Mr.
Learning new styles of writing and the basic
skills and terms used in journalism make this
course a useful learning process.
The photographers are an important part of the
yearbook staff. Danny Gilbert and Larry Moore
have been Working in Turner's photography de-
partment for the past four years. Each year
they print not only the Booster pictures, but
over three-fourths of the pictures for the year-
For once our busy photographers, Danny Gilbert and Larry
Moore get in the picture.
Section Editors of the Turnerite were: Connie LaPoint--
Student Life, Connie Baxter--Ads and Index, Rhonda
Rose--Classes, Bill IDeBaun--Sports, and Nance Witter,
From the deep mystic world of our journalism room Editor-in-chief of the Booster and Editor-in-chief of the
comes a typical day problems and WORK. Turnerite John Sullivan and Judi Greenwood, inspiringly talk
of possible uses of newly developed negatives.
Charles Potter, Feature Editorg Linda lnnes,Copy Editorg Exchange Editorg Michele Schroeppel, Society Editorg and
Bill De Baun, Sports Editor, Steve Holt, Circulation Judy Pain, Business Manager met toplan the eighth issue
Managerg Connie l,aPoint, News Editorg Joyce Jones, of the Booster.
UILL AND SCROLL
By National Organization
Journalism students active on both the Turner-
ite and the Booster were elected to the honor
of being a Quill and Scroll member. This was
at the honor society for high school journalists.
Members were given their symbolic pins at the
awards assembly held before graduation.
Qualifications for membership Were:
l. They must be of at least junior or senior
2. They must be in the upper third of their
3. They must have done superior Work in
some phase of journalism of school publications
work, such as Writing, editing, business man-
agement, or production.
4. The supervisor must recommend them.
5. They must be approved by the Executive
Secretary of the Society.
Junior Journalist Quill and Scroll Members: Front row:
Sue Kenslow, Pam Carroll, Cheri Crockett, Linda Hammer,
Barbara Bosler, Cindy Wicinski, Sharon Foster. Second
Row: Rich Malone, Mary Ann Young, Vicki Neighbors,
Butch Clevenger, Cheryl Schumaker, Linda Miller, Pat
Bolt, Don Scott. Not Pictured: Jackie Coffin, Bill Houp.
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Senior Journalist Quill and Scroll members, front row: Pat Medina, Rhonda Rose. Third row: Gary Gilley,
Larry Moore, Danny Gilbert, Charles Potter, Gary Michele Schroeppel, Linda Rust, Barbara Wilson, JoAnn
Shepard, Richard Tomlinson, Bill lDel3aun, .lohn Sullivan, James, Carolyn Channell, Annette Stines, Pat Bradley,
Steve Holt. Second row: Connie l,aPoint, Joyce Jones, Judy Fain. Not Pictured: Connie Baxter.
Nance Witter, Cindy Routh, Judi Greenwood, Linda Innes,
Members of Literary Society front row: Sue Skwarlog Waugh. Second row: Jackie Coffin, Terry Gerkovich,
Michele Schroeppel, secretaryg Janet House, president Will Cain, Mike Shay, Vicki Neighbors, Connie
and editor of "Lit and Wit"g Diane Bottorffg Peggy Bradenburg.
Edits School Magazine
Of Literary Efforts
The Literary Society for this year started
early- with Work on their annual magazine
called "Lit and Wit". The purpose ofthe club
is to encourage creative Writing at Turnerg
to help students interested in Writing become
acquainted with what other students are
vvritingg to help students develop critical in-
sight into What makes a "goodl' poem, story,
or essayg and to publish the literary maga-
Members Worked throughout the year judg-
ing and criticizing material handed in by
students. The best selections were chosen
for the magazine and Winners of the con-
test and their catagories Were: Poetry,
Will Caing Essay, Sharon Fosterg and Short
Story, David Williams.
This year's officers Were Janet Rouse,
President and Editor, Michele Schroeppel,
Secretary, and Gary Downey, Treasurer.
Mrs. Virginia Swartz was the sponsor.
Contest Winners for "Lit and Wit" Were: Will Cain, for his
poem, "One and Oneg" Sharon Foster, for her essay, "Quaisi-
Momentousg" and David Williams, for his short story,
E a.rn Own Membership
Each year a group of dramatically inclined
students meet to elect their club officers.
The determined leaders direct their club mem-
bers towards success as the Thespian Club of
Turner High undertakes their yearly respon-
To become a Thespian, a student must earn a
total of ten points. He may do this by partici-
pating in a play, either on stage as an actor,
backstage, working on the crew or by donating
his services as an usher. After a total of sixty
points has been earned, a member has then
achieved a position of an Honor Thespian.
The annual Thespian show and Thespian picnic
brought a climax to the year for all the club
members. Also awards were given for the best
actor and actress as well as best technicians
of the year.
Thespian Club officers for l964-65 were President
Charles Armantroutg Vice President, .Sue Kenslowg
Secretary, Connie Robbinsg and Treasurer, Clinton
The cast of the Thespian assembly pause after their satarizecl performance of the melodrama, "The Perils of
M- ew. - .K
Debate Members are: Terry Colby, Charles Potter, Charles Armantrout, Cheri Crockett, Keet Eaton, Kathy Dickins,
Clyde Kennedy, and Doug MacFarland.
Members of the debate team proudly surround the two
hard-earned trophies that were won by Kathy Dickens,
Terry Colby, and Charles Potter.
Promotes Oratorical Proficiency
And Polish at Tournaments
Debate, a course now in its second season at
Turner, consisted this year ofMr. Merle Harris,
coach, and ten debaters. The impressive win-
lost record for the year includeda second-place
win at the Shawnee Heights Tournament by Tom
Shutt and Charles Potter, and a first-place tro-
phy from the Olathe Novice Tournament, cap-
tured by Kathy Dickens and Terry Colby.
At the E.K.L. Speech Festival, Sue Skwarlo
received a one rating in both Poetic Inter-
pretation and in Dramatic Reading. Kathy
Dickens entered Original Oration and Extemp-
oraneous Speaking and got a two rating in each.
Finally, Doug MacFarlane received a two rating
for his original oration.
Y oung Christians
Youth for Christ, usually shortened to Y.F.C.,
is an international organization with partici-
pating members in forty-five countries a-
round the World.
Serving as sponsor to the Turner chapter of
the club this year was Mr. Gene Bell. Officers
included Mike Haney, Mary Richards, Betty
Holenbeck, and Kenny Redmon.
The club is an organization through which
fellowships among Christians are encouraged
in their day-to-day school activities, and other
students are acquainted with the benefits of
Christianity in all of life.
Included in the club's activities are daily
morning prayer meetingsg Weekly meetings
after school on Tuesdaysg Saturday night rallies
through Y.P.C.g Bible quiz contests between
Judith Armsworthy talks to an informal gathering of some present and past YFQ members
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Seated: Kristy Dickson, Shirley Eaton, Linda Rippenger,
Sharon Henroid. Standing, left to right, Diane Ritter, Kathy
Preston, Jackie Smith, BarbaraRiojas, Paulette Eaton, Janet
Kimler, Linda Wall, Connie Robins, Ann Grossarth, Pam
Carroll, and Peggy Lockwood.
Keep School Life
The attendance workers, another very impor-
tant group in the operation of the school,
sign up in the spring to Work the following
term during their study hall. Their job is to
pick up absentees every hour, record them and
then report any student who has apparently
skipped a class. After the absentees have been
recorded they file the cards according to the
teachers and place them in their mailboxes.
This year's Turner High School Ushers Club,
was comprised of girls, assisting those Who
attended our school plays, the Messiah and
Commencement. These girls handed out pro-
grams and also Worked in the cloak room
during these performances. Mr. Harris was
the club sponsor and Linda Ripperger was the
head usher for the year '64-'65,
Attendance Clerks, Front Row: Connie Swenson, Kristi Charles Crossland, John Hammond, Gary Main, Gary
Dickson, Sue Murray, Linda Ripperger, Charlene Robb, Tanner, Don Scott, Jane O'Neal, Ronnie Swenson.
Sheryl Kushner. Back Row: Mike Young, Danuta Graham,
Builds Good Character
In Today's Young People
Y-Teens, a branch of the Young Women's
Christian Association, successfully completed
a year of activities. Listening to guest speakers
such as Mr. Gerald Haney, speaking on hand-
writing analysis, Mr. Benton Cohen, who
showed basic fundamentals of Judaism, and
speakers from Millsap Jewelry, Fashion Two-
Twenty Makeup, and Kansas City, Kansas
church women. Club sponsors were Miss
Shirley Coffin and Mrs. Essie Davis.
As a branch of the Young Men's Christian
Association, the Turner Hi-Y organization had
an active and productive year. Being a service
club, the boys sponsored the Thanksgiving
Assembly for needy families in the area. Mr.
Vernon Allison and Mr. Gary Johnson, club
sponsors gave a great deal of their time and
energy in order to assist the Hi-Y boys.
Y-Teens members, front row: Donna Cook,SharonSlankard,
Eunice Johnson, Janet Reade,Sandra Bryant, KristiDickson,
Linda I-lammer, JanetMcGuire. Second row: Pegwaugh, Pam
Cook, Reney Beilsmith, Sharon Turner, Sue Skwarlo, Lynda
Gilmore, Joyce Jones, Michele Schroeppel. Third row: Kathy
Fewin, Connie Robins, Cheryl Saucerman, Beverly Morris,
Francis Nemecheck, Linda Easter, Donna Cook, Peggy
Waugh and Diane Bottorff trim the tree for the Y-Teens.
Lois Middleton, Mary Richards, CherylSchumaker, Frances
Nemecheck, Sharon Harrison, Diane Bottorff. Fourth row:
Linda Easter, Judy Armsworthy, Sandra Gieber, Marjorie
Bryant, Becky Shaw, Sue Robertson, Ann Grossarth, Carlie
Graham, Pat Wally, Jackie Coffin, Janet House, Paula
Tisdale, Cindi Wincinski.
Y-Teens and Hi-Y Officers, First Row: Donna Cook. Second Row:
Michele Schroeppel, Peg Waugh, John Hall. Third Row: Diane Botorff, T . ,
Frances Nemecheck, Beverly Morris, Derl Keefer. Back row: David Defmls Howell P13115 1115 Sffafegy 35 he
dribbles down the court in a Hi-Y bas-
Hinkhouse, Wally Falconer, Eddie Fisher. R rmnie Mgybglll
Hi-Y members, front row: DavidMeditz,Mike Downey, Jerry
Jones, Ron Saunders, Steve Robbery,Tim Tyson, Don Singer,
Chuck Pope, Bill DeBaun, Gary Downey, Larry Wright, Don
Ingram, Joe Wacker, Steve Milam, Gene Bradley, Wally
Falconer, Second row: Dennis Howell, Dave Fisher, Larry
Bunce, Dennis Shirley, RichMalone,Craig Baker, BobCheek,
Bill Higgins, Richard M. Wilson, Richard E. Wilson, Steve
Abbott, Terry Reade. Third row: Rick Patterson, David
Higgins, Gary Tanner, Cliff Tisdale, Jimmy Goodwin, John
Hall, Chuck Wray, Terry Gerkovich. Jerrv Brown. Mike
Bender, James Dame, Mike Ellis, Ed Gill, Bill Breyer, Ed
Fisher. Fourth row: Jerry Moore, Jerry Chambers,Russell
Moore,, Ricky McCoy, Ken John, John Gilman, Virgil Thomas,
Derl Keefer, Ron Dawkins, Joe Lee, Don Bain, Benny
Harding, Paul Richardson, Les Milam, Don Gardner. Fifth
row: Fred Wells,MikeCaton,RonnieMaybell,MitchStrader,
Bob Beery, Larry Rank, Terry Hale, David Hinkhouse,
Richard Agnew, Bob Howard, Gary Main, James Tomlinson,
Mike Shay, Mike Potchad.
Future Teachers, front row: Jim Tomlinson, Jana
McCrary, LaDonna Fulton, Linda Miller. Second row:
Mrs. Nina Eberhart Qsponsorj, Vanya Carothers, Judi
Susan Walker thanks THS office clerk Mrs. Thomas
for purchasing some FTA stationery.
Greenwood, Susan Walker, Mrs. Virginia Swartz
Explore the Profession
Students interested in exploring the teach-
ing profession made up the Future Teachers of
America of Turner High School.
ln addition to viewing films related to
teaching, visiting and observing teachers in
their classrooms, and hearing speakers re-
veal the aspects of teaching, the members
performed services for the school. A coffee
was given for the THS faculty before the
Christmas holidays. Susan Walker coordinated
the use of display showcases during the year.
Members were also allowed to attend the State
Teachers Convention held at Kansas University
at Lawrence. The year ended with the state
FTA convention in the spring held at Kansas
State University at Manhattan. Mrs. Swartz
and Mrs. Eberhart guided the members
throughout the year as their sponsors.
Health Careers members: Marjorie Bryant, Carlie Charlene Robb, Sandy Bryant, Lynn Shane, Linda
Graham, Pat Walley, Mrs. Marjorie Dodson Qsponsorj, Rippeger, Jane O'Neal, Nancy Martin, Marilyn Williams.
Diane Bottorff, Judy Armsworthy, Connie Swenson,
Sandy Bryant and Lynn Shane smile approvingly as they
look over the various choices for Health Career pins.
The Health Career officers for '64-'65 were: Carlie
Graham, Presidentg Judy Armsworthy, Vice-President,
Diane Bottorff, Secretaryg Marjorie Bryant, Treasurer.
Desired By Members
Any Turner High student interested in any
phase of the medical profession as a potential
career was a possible member of the Health
Careers Club during their junior or senior
year. The organization inspires students many
times to continue their aspirations of entering
the medical profession.
Mrs. Marjorie Dodson, R.N., and school nurse,
sponsored the members and their activities.
During the 1964-65 year the club's activities
included hearing speakers from different fields
of medicine, tours of local hospitals, and ob-
serving in the Kansas State School for the
Junior Classical Club members, front row: Louise Debbie Cope, Ann Grossarth. Third row: Vernon
Baxter, Gale Wilson, Mona Zanetello, RachelWinters, Jones, Danny Brown, John Hammond, George Bogard,
Judy Fauser, Patty Baxter. Second row: Edna Hamlett, John Chesney, Bill Houp, Elmer Hahner, Frank Hahner.
Pat Oswald, Clyde Powell, Mike Kelley, Larry Cain,
Appreciates Classics By
Studying Ancient Times
The Junior Classical League, commonly
known as Latin Club at Turner, planned their
meetings around one theme, mythology. The
purpose of the club is to encourage among
young people an interest in and an apprecia-
tion of the civilization, language, literature,
and art of ancient Greece and Rome. The
club's activities serve to give the members
an understanding of the debts of our culture
to that of the classical antiquity.
The Club's activities of the '64-'65 year
included Christmas caroling at St.Rita's Rest
Home and attending the state convention at
Wyandotte High School. Judy Fauser, Turner
JCL member, ran for the office of state treas-
urer. The year's activities were financed by
the sell of bookcovers, a bake sale, anda slave
, The Junior Classical League was spon-
sored by Mrs. Lucy Grey, Latin Teacher.
Officers for the '64'-'65' school year were Vernon Jones
Presidentg Danny Brown, vice-presidentg Ann Grossarth
secretaryg Judy Fauser, treasurerg and Emma Lou Baxter
and Patty Baxter, historians.
Vanya Carothers and Kathy Fewin listen intently as Miss
Leatherberry explains a problem in French.
M embers Enjoy Informal Use
Of New Language Acquired
The French club interests members in a
continued study of the customs and culture of
French speaking people. .
About 25 members early in the year
presented a play "John Hughes A Paris"
Original conversations highlighted the Novem-
ber club meeting. Cn January 6 club members
celebrated the French Christmas "La Fete
At the February meeting original French
valentines were written and presented orally
and then given to the person for which they
were intended. The year concluded with a
song fest at the March meeting. Officers for
the year Were: Craig Cassidy, President,
Janet Morche, Vice-President, Rene
Beilsmith, Secretary, and Dennis Loxterman,
French Club officers, front row: Craig Cassidy, Presi-
dent, Janet Morche, Vice-Presidentg Reney Beilsmith, Sec-
retary, Dennis Loicterman,Treasurer'. French Club mem-
bers, second row: Janet McGuire, Kristi Dickson, Diana
Bradford, Linda Smith, Linda Matthews, Connie Robbins,
Ardys Littlefield, KathyFeWin, Cindy Webb, Judi Greenwood.
Third row: Pam Cook, Sheryl Kushner,NancyMartin, Bette
Cox, Jackie Jones, Susan Lucas, Vicki Moore, Cheryl
Barnett, Janet Kimler, Jackie Coffin, Debbie Cope, Vanya
Carothers. Fourth row: Pam Peters, Sharon Knight,Connie
Gentry, Michele Schroeppel, Connie Brandenburg, Linda
Wall, Betty Holenbeck, Linda Miller, Elaine Blanton, Pat
Bolt, Fifth row: David Meditz, Benny Harding, Steve
Campbell, Steve Hinkhouse, Hal May, Fred Wells, John
Gibbons, John Neighbors, Mike Kobe, Larry Fagan, Roy
Whitaker, Eric Moats, Mike Patterson, Steve Abbott.
Officers of the l964-65 TTT Club were: Left to right: Fred
Locke, Presidentg Dennis Howell, Program Chairman, Paul
Richardson, Sergeant-at-Arms, Linda Rust, Treasurer, Judy
Pain, Secretaryg Pat Medina, Vice President.
TRIPLE - T
Promotes Desire For
Traffic Safety At THS
The Turner Teenage Traffic Safety Club,
better known as TTT, was organized to pro-
mote traffic safety among the students of
Turner. They try to be of general service
to the school in the field of safety.
The club is responsible for registering
all the students and faculty cars that park in
the school parking lot. Regular monthly meet-
ings are held by the club.
The club is sponsored by Mr. R'Leigh
Bell and Mr. Jim Holwerda. The '64-'65
officers are: Fred Locke,presidentg Patricia
Medina, vice-president, Judy Pain,
treasurer, Linda Rust, treasurerg Dennis
Howell, program chairman, and
Paul Richardson, sergeant-at-arms.
Turner Teenage,Traffic club members, left to right:Mike Grindle, Barbara Knight, David Meditz, Fred Wells, Randy
Politis, Kristi Dickson, Bob Beery, Ken John, and Rich Malone.
This year the officers Were: President, Wally Falconer,
Vice-President, Mike Brooks, Secretary, Craig Cassidy,
Treasurer, Bob Howard, and Sergeant-at-Arms, Joe Lee.
Again this year the Turner High School T
Club has sponsored many activities. Begin-
ning With Homecoming, they sponsoredacof-
fee and donut stand for alumni and present
members. Again this year they held the
Senior-Faculty Basketball game with the
Faculty once again the victors. ln May the
annual T Club picnic was held.
The purpose of the club is to encourage all
Athletics. Keeping With this purpose they
attempted to organize a Boys Pep Club.
Each year'the T Club sponsors an F.C.A.
member to the Summer Conference at Estes
T-Club members: Bottom row, left to right, Dave Matney,
Loren Scott, Wayne Mansen, Larry Scrivner, Don Gentry,
Second row, Eddie Fisher, Mike Steinmetz, Dennis Howell,
Joe Lee, Mike Brooks, Fred Locke, Walley Falconer, Third
row, Bill Breyer, Tom O'Neil, John Scheffer,Russ Meier,
Richard Andrews, Hal May, Craig Cassidy, Mike Potchad
Jim Haig, Fourth row, Mike Baier, Ron Keitzman, Mike
Allen, Ken Dillon, John Davenport, George Moore, Mike
Haney, Larry Bunce, Frank Stankiewicz, Top row, Gene
Mertz, John Matz, Dennis Losterman, Bill Way,Gene Pettey,
Steve Abbot, Dave Meditz, and Rick Patterson.
Art Club members are left to right: Third Row: Jay Gage. Officiating for the club as president was Jay
Connie Baxter, Vicki Neighbors, Barbara Bosler, Debbie Gageg Vice-President, Dale Ann Riden and Secretary!
Cope, Diane Tolbard. Second Row: Kathy Barnett, Cheryl Treasurer, Betty I-Iolenbeck.
Schumaker, Betty Holenbeck, Bob Boettcherg First R ow:
One of the many projects of Art Club is constructing a
replica of a stained glass window at Christmas.
Creates Beauty For
The Art Club was again organized to further
the opportunity of interested art students so
that they might broaden their understanding
of art and its function in the communityg it
also gives the students who are 1lOt able to
enroll in art an opportunity to keep up with
their interests. Mrs. Natalie Souders, art in-
structor, sponsored the club of about thirty
Among the many projects the Art Club under-
took this year Were: sketching trips to scenic
areasg Christmas murals and decorationg the
Christmas treeg and painting Press Ball
murals. The club sponsored the Fine Art
Division of the Art and Industrial Art Fairg
and participated in the high school Art Con-
ference at Kansas University. They also made
a trip to the Nelson Art Gallery.
Advanced Printing III boys gather around the Booster
Press to adjust it for production,
Back Row: Carl Brown, Ralph Johnson, Albert Spies,
Steve Sl. Smith, Mike Grindle, Terry Peek, Bob Sams,
Dick Higgins, Third Row: Richard Tomlinson, Richard
Andrews, Dan Nutt, Dennis Osteen, KennethChristopher.
Learn New Techniques
The Industrial Education Club of Turner
High, organized to promote the Industrial
Arts Department of Turner, had a total mem-
bership of 27 boys. Under the direction of Mr.
E. H. Bolin and Mr. Kenneth Johnson, the club
drew up a revised constitiution, adopted aclub
jacket, and built a club bulletin board.
One of the club activities includedis taking
tours through various industrial plants, one
being Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant in
Fairfax and to many other educational indus-
tries throughout the year.
This year's officers are: Superintendent
--Eddie Backus, Assistant Superintendent--
Ken Christopherg Secretary--John Baileyg
Treasurer- - Rich Wilson, Club reporter--Gary
Second Row: Gary Sheppard, EarlDearinger, BillBreyer,
John Moyer, Boyd Gates, Rick Wiley, Eerlin Smith, Bill
Hodge, First Row: Tom Allen, Edward Backaus, John
Baily, Bill Williams, Richard Wilson,
Choir members, front rovvg Judy Armsworthy, Linda Jackie Coffin, Frances Nemecheck, Jean Cameron, Cheryl
Hammer, Donna Clevenger, Vicki Hecke, Maria Price, Schumaker, John Bailey, Don Rogers, Faul Richardson
Cheri Crockett. Second row, Mr. Erdman Johnson, Linda Fourth row: Bev Vincent, Stan Smith, Terry Budimijla
McKinley, Pat Arnold, Carol Weitze, Annette Stines, Lynn Keet Eaton, John Mixer, Joe Pollock, Mike Kobe, Jerry
Shane, Merle Adams, Bette Cox, Third row: Mike MaGee, Sims, Vernon Oestmann
Presents Variety ofVoca.1
Instruction and Entertainment
The 1964-65 choir was one of the biggest to
represent Turner. The group was made up of
both boys and girls and the number of members
reached over sixty.
In April the group attended the District Music
Festival at Lawrence and received a first di-
vision rating. The people in choir also par-
ticipated in the East Kansas League Music
Festival held in March at Argentine High
Choir put in their best work on the musical
which was a great success. Each year's choir
puts on a musical and this year it was "Lil'
Abner" by Johnny Mercer and Gene de Paul.
Members of Choir are usually juniors and
seniors. Occasionally, though, an outstanding
sophomore is chosen. The group performed
at assemblies, P.T.A. meetings, and church
services throughout the year.
Betty Cox accompanies Jim Thomas at the Christmas
Choir members, front row: Linda lnnes, Cindy Routh, Mary Richards, Dorothy Melton, Pat Bolt, Jim Johnson,
Clinton Hurt, Rhonda Rose, Linda Comley, Donna Cook. Janet Morche. Fourth row: Phil Johnson, Larry Gage, Jim
Second row: Carol Giesick, Connie Everett, Jane Jones, Tomlinson, Mike Pankey, Chuck Armantrout, Butch
LaDonna Fulton, Susan Potchad, Becky Muro, Marilyn Clevenger,Kenllcdmon,Jim Voust, Barbara Wilson.
Whisenant, Third row: Jay Gage, Sharon Lowe, Janelvlason,
Mr. Erdman Johnsom directs the Choir in an inspiring hymn at their Easter Assembly performed by the Music Department.
Band members, front row: Don Miller, Bette Holenbeck, Jim Chowning, Robert Green, John Page, Walter Cochran
Frances Nemecheck, Marcia Holenbeck, Sheryl Bierman. Vernon Oestmann, lvan Berry, Bill Houp, Tom Dart. Stand
Second Row: Lynn Precht, Dee Burton, Joyce Tipton,Cheryl ing: Steve Storer,
Randel, Shirley Evetson, Lucinda llolloman, Third Row:
Vernon Oestmann, Drum Major.
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The two majorettes who spritely preceeded the hand when
marching were Donna Clevenger and Jane Mason.
Band Members, Front Row: Beatrice Kifi, Henrietta
Pankey, Derl Keefer, Beverly Roe, Donna Clevenger. Sec-
ond Row: Calvin Bumgarner, Jon Johnson, Brenda Adams,
Mary Ann Wilson, Don Bain, Steve Abbott. Third Row:
Officers of the Band Were: Betty Holenbeck, Secretary-
Treasurerg Brenda Adams, Librariang Francis
Nemechek, Presidentg Stan Smith, Student Director, and
Vernon Oestman, Vice President.
John Thorton, Stan Smith, Mike Young, Sharon Wyrick,
Edward Carter, Carolyn Chapin, Butch Clevenger. Standing:
Jane Mason, Mr. Estes.
At Football Half-time
The band this year, under the directon
of Mr. A. T. Estes, had a busy and interest-
The group traveled to each of the grade
schools and junior highs in the unified district.
The full band participated in some of these
concerts While selected ensembles played at
The band took part in the E.K.L. Festival
at Olathe and also performed in the Christmas
Assembly. At the annual Spring Concert the
band played a major role in entertaining the
many music lovers. The band performed in a
concert at Wadevvorth along with other high
schools, March 12.
For the third straight year, the band
played for the Annual Lighting Ceremonies.
The American Royal Parade provided the band
with the opportunity to prove its superiority
among high schools in the greater Kansas City
Provides Program Of
Athletics For Girls
The Girls Athletic Association sponsored by
Miss Sandra Schoeninger, encourages girls to
take an active part in sports and to inspire
This group sponsors all the intramural girls
sports, including basketball, volleyball, mod-
ern dance, and tumbling.
To be eligible for membership in the organ-
ization, one hundred points must be earned.
These points are earned by participating after
school in intramurals. Each girl must main-
tain a "C" average, and earn two hundred
points each year.
Letters are given for each girl earning five
hundred points, a pin for seven hundred and
fifty points, a bar for one thousand points,
and a trophy for the senior girl with the most
GAA officers are left to right: Vicki Hecke secretary,
Linda Randolf vice president, Connie La Point treasurer,
and Sandy Smith president.
GAA members, front row: Lynn Precht, Linda Randolph,
Janie Ferson, Pat Shirk, Cindy Webb, Denise Rowe, Linda
Easter, Vicki Hecke, Loyce Easter, Janet Reade, Trudy
DeVolder, Patty Teeters. Second row: Connie Robbins,
Peggy Berry, Patty Berry, Donna Cook, JoAnn Harding,
Linda Crowder, Diane Tolbard, Kathy Fewin, Pam Cook,
Reney Beilsmith, Merle Adams, Barbara Bosler, Cindy
Cooper. Third row: Ardys Littlefield, Linda Huggins,Lynda
Gilmore, Janet Brown, Sandy Smith, Linda McKinley, Joyce
Jones, Connie LaPoint, Sherry Edwards, Pat Oswald, Carole
Kring, Cheryl Bierman, Kathy Cooper, Pat Richards.
Fourth row: Mary Richards, Pat Bolt, Becky Macan, Pat
Arnold, Susan Potchad, Linda Felt, Sharon Sullivan, Jeanne
Christopher, Linda Jenkins, Janet Lanningham, Susan Lucas,
Susan Jones, Judy Fauser, Joan Sandt, Ann Grossarth,
Doris Prather explains to Janet Brown andonlookers Sharon Barbara Hester displays her feminine technique as
' t she sets her bowling ball rolling down the lane.
Sullivan, Sharon Foster, and Pat Arnold the proper way o
grasp a bowling ball.
Officers of boys bowling were Ronny Swenson, Gary Sheppard, ' '
SHC1 TGTIY Gerkovich. Ronny Swenson proves his bowling talent as he
throws a potential strike ball.
Turner Girls Help Boost
Golden Bears' Games
Better school spirit was one of the main
points pep club members succeeded in the
football and basketball games this year. Other
purposes of the club was to fulfill their de-
sire for sports and to promote ideal sports-
manship for the whole school. Membership
this year was about 150. Officers were:
Linda Randolph, President, Susan Potchad,
Vice-president, Janet House, Secretary-
treasurerg and Michele Schroeppel, Program
Chairman. Miss Marshall was the head spon-
For the third year the club decided to
have lettergirls and elected them before the
sports season began.
Varsity cheerleaders were elected in the
spring and spent all summer preparing new
cheers and perfecting old ones. Connie LaPoint
was the head cheerleader, with Vicki Hecke
and Linda Huggins as senior squad members.
Pat Arnold, Susan Potchad, and Janet Morche
were juniorsg Donna Cook, senior, and Cindy
Wincinski, junior, were alternates.
B-Team Cheerleaders were: counterclockwise, Connie
Gentry, Sandy Cornelius, Cindy Cooper, Linda Felt,
Connie Stevens, and Nancy Teeters.
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Lettergirls were bottom to top: Joyce .Jones Qalternati,
Sharon Turner, Michele Schroeppel, Janet House, San y
Smith, Linda McKinley, Linda Randolph, and Kathy
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Pep Club members, front row: Joyce Jones, Linda
Randolph, Linda McKinley, Sandy Smith, Janet House,
Michele Schroeppel, Sharon Turner, Kathy Cooper. Second
row: Frances Creten, Pat Shirk, Linda Easter, Claudia
Lang, Carolyn Stone, LeAnn Lynch, Marjorie Bryant, Teri
Zemmer. Third row: Ginger Brown, Denise Rowe, Shirley
Foster, Janet Brown, Jana McCrary, Jackie Carroll.Fourth
row: Cheryl Gallager, Marcia Wesoloski, Vicki Neighbors,
Pep Club members, front row: Nancy Teeters, Connie
Gentry, Sandy Cornelius, Cindy Cooper, Linda Felt, Connie
Stevens. Second row: Linda Miller, Ginger Cain, Ann
Huskey, Jane Ferson. Third row: Sandra Yeager, Lydia
Trout, Cathy O'Neal, Janet Reade, Loyce Easter, Vanya
Carothers, Kristi Dickson, Joyce Feighner, Diana Bradford.
Fourth row: Joan Carrillo, Patti Tetters, Janet McGuire,
Cindy Morgan, Dorcas Rodiguez, Bev Roe, Doris Prather,
Diane Pritchard, Murial Drake, Paula Tisdale, Renee Ford,
Beverly Morris. Fifth row: Cheryl Patterson, Sharon Knight,
Mary Schell, Connie Pretz, Jan Neighbors, Lois Middleton,
Jill Johnson, Joan Sandt, Diane Joyce, Pat DeNolf, Vicki
Gass, Linda Miller, Pat Bolt, Penny Broyles, Elaine Blanton,
Sandy Bryant, Gloria Richardson, Sharon Foster, Becky
Salinas, Pam Cook, Kathy Fewin, Sue Skwarlo, Connie
Robbins, Reney Beilsmith. Fifth row: Cindy Webb, Cheryl
Saucerman, Judy Roy, Linda Foley, Kathy Dexter, Emma
Baxter, Patty Oswald, Susan Lucas, Janet Lanningham,
Linda Jenkins, Vicki Moore, Pam Minteer, Connie
Connie LaPoint Linda Huggins Pat Arnold Vicki Hecke
Enthusiastic cheerleaders demonstrate their unending energy. The 1964-65 varsity cheerleaders were left
, Janet Morche, Susan Potchad, and Connie LaPoint.
to right: Vicki Hecke, Linda Huggins, Pat Arnold
Susan Potchad Donna Cook Cilldy Wicinski JHHGI MOICHG
Spirit Shown Through
Members And Activities
Varsity Cheerleaders, Susan Potchad, Janet Morche, Connie
Lapoint, Pat Arnold, and Vicki Hecke talk over the outlook of
a football game as they walk across the field at half-time.
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' the Bears struggle for another victory.
Shown cheering the Bears on in a Shawnee Mission North
Football game are Lettergirls: Linda McKinley, Sandy
Smith, Janet House, and Michele Schroeppel.
Wally Falconer interviews homecoming candidate Randy Poletis during the mock homecoming. Shown at far left are Don
Gentry and'Pat Shirk. Others are Steve Holt, Sharon Lowe, Jerry Brown and Shirley Foster.
When looking back on a year filled with both athletic accomplish-
ments and disappointments, the ancient adage comes to mind .
. . . . the victory or the defeat are importantg it is the manner
in which either was accomplished that matters. This indeed is
symbolic of sports . . . the knowledge that we did our best when
it counted overshadows the memory of defeat when victory was
most desired, of the cheering that we thought somehow would
effect the fate of the game, and the final heartbreaking exodus
from thestadium after failureg
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C OACHE S
Coaches Build Character
As Well As Athletes
Building winning teams is only a part of a
coaches job. They are also constantly trying
to build the character of their athletes and to
create a good competitive spirit.
This year Turner acquired a new head football
coach Sherm Price. His assistants were Burley
Martin, Bruce Bowman, Hubert Waugh, and a
new assistant coach Gerald Haney. The other
fall sport was cross country whose coach was
Stan Eitzen. Jim Holwerda heads the basketball
department with assistance from Stan Eitzen
and Hubert Waugh. Wrestling also came into
being this year with its' coach being Gerald
The track squad was headed by Joe Baker and
his assistants, Burley Martin and Sherm Price.
Last but not least is golf coached this year by
The complete fall coaching staff: Bruce Bowman,
Burly Martin, Sherm Price, Stan Eitzen, Gerald
Haney, and Hubert Waugh.
Coach Price gives his football boys a Don Genrty receives a certificate from Joe Baker at the Athletic Ban-
pep talk. quet.
A Winning team on the court and on the bench:
Mr. Eitzen and Mr. Holwerda.
Spring and l-'all coaches are: Track coach, Joe Baker, varsity
football coach Sherm Price, assistant football coach Burly
Martin, and golf coach Stan Eitzen.
Winter sports include wrestling and basketball. Pic-
tured are Gerald Haney, Wrestling coachg Hubert
Waugh sophomore basketball coachgStan Eitzen Junior
Varsity coach, and Jim Holwerda, Varsity basketball
Supervising the Sophomore team is Coach
Team Play is Essential
for Successful Season
Playing their first season under the super-
vision of new head coach Sherm Price, the
varsity football team was able to capture a
third place finish in league action with a 3-2
record and complete the regular season with
a 3-6 mark.
In their first two encounters of the sea-
son the Bears were defeated by two tough Sun-
flower league rivalsg Shawnee Mission North
and West. The Bruins also dropped their next
contest to Leavenworth.
Upon entering league action, however it
was a different story as they defeated their
next three foes handily. They were Olathe,
Bonner Springs, and Argentine.
In the final three games of the season
the Bears were again defeated by Rosedale,
Ottawa, and Washington.
The fine league finish and discovery of
many promising underclassmen combine to
provide a successfull first season for the
Bob Howard f42j brings down the Turner foe with assistance
from Dennis Loxterman QSSQ. Other Bear players are: Frank
Stankiewicz Q59y John Davenport U65 and Joe Stankiewicz Q79j.
The 1964-65 Varsity football team, lst Row: Russlidwards, Stanton, John Matz, Rick McCoy, Larry Scrivner, Rick
Jody Stankiewicz, GeorgeMoore, Ken Redman, Armen Jones, Lorfing. 3rd Row: Coach Price, Mike Allen, Mike Horton,
Joe Lee, Gene Wendt, Bob Richardson. 2nd Row: Loran Jim Alderson, Mike Caton, Hal May, Richard Benton, Mike
Stott, Mike Stienmetz, Bob Howard, Steve Hanna, Bob Haney, Dennis Loxterman.
Struggles Result in
Shawnee Mission North 25 13
Shawnee Mission West 35 14
Leavenworth 25 7
iiOlathe 6 26
i'4Bonner Springs 7 40
3" Argentine 12 21
iiOttawa 13 6
"Rosedale 9 6
Washington 38 7
lst Row: Mike Brooks, Larry Bunce, Wayne Hanson, Dennis Gladueix, Frank Stankewitz. 3rd Row: Fred Miller, Carl
Howell, Jon Shiffer, Tom O'Neal, Ken Dillon, Ed Fisher, Dugan, John Davenport, Mike Bair, Richard Agnew, Joe
2nd Row: Rusty Meier, Ron Kietzman, Gene Mertz, Bill McCurry, Dave Fisher, Dave Meditz.
Way. John Neighbor, Mike Potchad, Gene Petty, Jim
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Strong Individual Players
Help Build Strong Team
Jody Stank iewicz
Teamwork Necessary to
Lead Bears to Victory
Mike Steinmetz Armon Jones
' Larry Bunce
The Varsitybackfield demonstrates a typical stance during practice: Dennis Loxterman, Mike Haney, Mike Brooks
Bob Howard, and Gene Mertz.
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Lessons in Sportsmanship
Are Learned Out on Field
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Underclass football players back row: John Davenport, Rusty Mier, Mike Horton, Dennis Loxterman, and Fred
Frank Stankiewicz, Gene Pettey, Mike Potchad, Jim Gladieux, M iller.
and Ron Kietzman. Front row: Mike Allen, Mike Haney,
Coach Sherm Price gives an order to Junior John
Junior Varsity Football Team, Front Row: Ron Kreysman,
Bill Perkins, Richard Agnew, Fred Wells, Steve Cathy,
Ron Hall, Terry Manis. Second row: Les Bohrer, Fred
Miller, Jim Gladieux, Hal May, Carl Dugan, Mike Biar,
Three Wins, Four Losses
and One Tie in Season
The junior varsity finished the l964 sea-
son with a three wins, four losses and one tie
record. The cubs were pioleted by coaches
Mr. Martin and Mr. Haney.
The high point of the campaign was on
November the second when the Golden Bears
ended a five game winning streak held by the
Ottawa Cyclones. The final score in that
battle was 6-6. Although it was not a victory,
scorewise, it was the only mar in an other-
wise perfect record for the Ottawa team.
Many of the juniors and a few sophomores
played on the varsity squad during the season
gaining valuable experience for the coming
Dennis Vanderpool, Mark Schneider. Third row: Richard
Benton, Mike Caton, John Neighbors, Ken Dillon, Mike
Potchad, Joe McCurry, Terry Winchell, Gene Petty.
Fourth row: Coaches Burley Martin and Gerald Haney.
Field Experience Gained
With Longer Schedule
With approximately 40 boys participating
on the Turner sophomore grid squad the young
Bruins compiled a four wins and three loss slate
to finish with a winning record for the 64
Three more games were added to the
schedule than had been in previous years.
The sophs, were victorious in encounters with
Olathe, Sumner and two successful conquests
of rival Argentine. They were defeated by teams
from Antioch of North Kansas City, Shawnee
Mission North and Washington High School.
Although record wise the season was not
as successful as the previous year when the
sophomores of 63 compiled a 3-l mark. The
addition of the three extra games, however,
gave the squad extra playing experience that
will be of great value to them on the gridiron
in years to follow.
Bob Howard against a Shawnee Mission North attacker
Bottom row, left to right, Lonnie Thompson, Don Ingram,
Terry Manis, Ron Saunders, Frank Routh, Jerry Pretz,
Second row, manager, Lonnie Loyd, Mike Beard, Clyde
Powell, Jim Prctch, Dave Stewart, Boyd Gates, Third
row, Bill Perkins, Don Turner, Steve Rowe, Vernon Jones,
Jim Wilson, Don Helmick, Calvin Guy, lfifth Row, Roger
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Ring, Rick Lohrey, Mike Stober, Ronnie Hall, Mark
Schneider, Jerry Pretz, John Page, Ed Hart, Top row,
Mitch Straighter, Lcs Bohrer, Bob Guffey, Kenneth
Fleming, Tom Ostein, Allen Linsenmeyer, Mike Bender,
and Richard Wiley.
Varsity Basketball manager Fred Locke Watches
the close game action.
Many Hours Work
Keeps Team In Shape
Efficient Managers are essential to the
smooth operation of any athletic team. Managers
sort out equipment as Well as treat any Wounds
that might be inflicted on any of the players
during the course of a game.
The athletic managers must spend many
after school hours helping out on the field
and in the locker room during practice sessions.
Much of the credit for a smooth running
team should be awarded to this small, hard
working group of students. '
Managers, first row: Steve Cathey, Roger Ring, Ivan Berry, Richie Malone, Dave Meditz. Second Row: Dave Fisher,
Fred Locke, Ed Fisher.
Student Body and THS Fans
Find Enjoyment At Games
With the team made up mostly of under-
classmen with little varsity experience, the
varsity basketball team was able to shake off
an early season slump and adopt winning form
by mid season. The fast finishing Bears com-
pleted the season with a 8-9 overall record
and a 7-3 second place finish in E.K.L. action.
After compiling a l-6 pre league slate,
the Golden Bears developed a roundball
mastery over the league foes. The Bruins
relived victories over Olathe twice, Rosedale
twice, Argentine twice and a single win over
Bonner Springs. The losses came in the hands
of Bonner once and Ottawa twice as the Gy-
clones gained their first victory on the Bears
Don Gentry tries to work the ball in post in the
The varsity Bears in their traveling dress: Steve Doyle, Stankiwitz, Craig Cassidy: second rowg Tom O'Neal,
Don Gentry, Gene Petty, Russ Mier, Ronnie Hall, Frank Ken Dillon, Mike Pankey, Joel lVlcCurry,and lfred Locke.
Washburn Rural 60 61
Sumner 65 31
Shawnee Heights 57 50
Manhattan 74 54
Argentine 54 52
Olathe 58 47
Bishop Miege 61 51
Rosedale 45 52
Ottawa 69 55
Olathe 49 63
Bonner Springs 40 38
Argentine 57 69
Rosedale 47 56
Ottawa 57 5l
Olathe 56 65
Bonner Springs 48 63
Ar entine 55 56
Mike Brooks looks on as Ken Dillon holds on to a loose
ball despite the efforts of Argentines Bob Bray and Steve
Gene Petty leaped high in an attempt to control a tip against R oseclale.
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Okay class, up on your toes. l-2-3 kick, 1-2-3
kick! applies well to this photo of the Turner-
J. V. BASKETBALL
Cubs win Nine Straight
Finish first in E .K .L.
The Golden Bears junior varsity basketball
team did an outstanding job during the 64-65
roundball season as they captured a first place
finish in league and were only defeated three
times during the entire season.
In pre league action the Junior Bears won
two and lost two as they were defeated by Sumner
and Manhattan and in turn defeated Washburn
Rural and Shawnee Heights.
When they entered into the league slate,
the Cubs began a rampage that carried them
over nine straight league foes and anchored
them in first place. ln the last league contest of
the season the Argentine Mustangs rallied to hand
the Cubs their first and only defeat of the
league season. They still finished in first place
with a 9-1 mark to cap a very successful, cam-
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Craig Cassidy and John Thorton showthat "guard
ing" is no easy job.
The Junior Varsity team from left to right are: First Row, Don Turner,
Ron Hall, Craig Cassidy, Second Row, Frank Stankiewicz, George
Ricehouse, Mike Allen, Steve Doyle, Third Row, Manager, Steve Cathy,
John Thorton, Joe McCurry, Terry Winchell and Coach Stan Eitzen.
Steve Doyle goes upto score another
two points for Turner.
Streak Aids Record As
Sophs Battle for Victory
The 1964-1965 sophomore basketball
team, coached by Hubert Waugh, began the
season in a not too impressive manner, but they
were able to improve drastically by the time
mid season rolled around.
At the outset of the season the bears were
able to only win one out of their first seven
contests to start out with a 1-6 record. At
this point of the season, however, the squad
vaulted into action as they were victorious in
their next four encounters. ln those games they
collected victories over Shawnee Mission
North, Argentine, Olathe, and Bonner Springs.
Their most impressive win of the campaign
was a 42-26 rout ofthe Bonner Springs Braves.
The sophomores were a very strong team
in the offensive departm ent, but lacked a
potent defensive attack.
Coach Waugh was well pleased with the
teams victory string and respectable finish.
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Ronnie Hall drives against a Rosedale defender as
Joe McCurry tries to block.
Row one from left to right, the sophomore basketball Ring, Don Fisher, John Kleaple, Allen Lisenmeyer, Rex
team are: Dennis Shirley,MikeKelly,Mike Stober,Ronnie Lyons, Tom Osteem, Bob Guffey, John Page, Bill States,
Samuels, Mark Schneider, Dave Stuart, Mike Beard, Dennis Vanderpool.
George Bogart, Ivan Berry. Row two left to right, Roger
First Year a Success
For Turner Grapplers
Wrestling, the newest sport in the Turner
athletic program, exploded into prominence as
a most interesting sport for both the partici-
pants and spectators. A large number of boys
came out for the sport and the most rugged
finished the first and highly successfull sea-
Conditioning, fitness, and the learning of
wrestling skills took up most of the first year.
Victories over Olathe and two wins over
Paola and close decisions with the school
for the Blind and Washington highlited the
season. Leading in individual victories were
captain Mike Haney, 138 pounds, and Terry
Precht, 95 pounds.
Eleven varsity members will return next
year for the second season of competition.
Mike Haney, 138 pounds, served as captain for the first
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Marvin Main, Rick Lorey, Gary Main, Mike Potchad, Hal
May, Ron Maybell, Mike Caton, Ken Redman.
Coach Haney looks on as Mike Haney and Dennis Loxterman demonstrate a referee position.
The Senior Varsity Wrestling Squad was made up of First Coach Haney, Mike Biar, Paul Bartels, Mitch Strater
Row Terry Precth Tom Tyson Fred Miller Charlie Dennis Loxterman, Mike Haney, Rick Patterson, Rich
Crossland Donald Singer Steve Barbarick Second Row Malone.
Gary Main and Dennis Loxterman squared off in an exhibition match for the student body.
Paul Bartels and Mike Haney clinched during their Mike Haney appeared to have the advantage herein a bout
exhibition contest. with Mike Byer.
Distance Running Takes
Will and Hard Practice
The Golden Bear cross country team com-
pleted their 1964 campaign on October 22 with
the East Kansas League Meet held on the
Turner High course. The Bruins finished in
fourth place in the meet as they were paced
by Craig Cassidy who dashed to a fourth place
The squad was Working for their first
season under the direction of the new harrier
coach Stan Eitzen.
Cross country is a sport that relies al-
most Wholly, on individual efforts and practice.
The Boys on the team must follow a tough
program of daily Workouts and many of them
keep up their Workout schedule in the summer
Coach Eitzen was Well pleased with the
finish of his first squad.
First Row: Larry Wright, Harry Miller, Steve Abbott, Mike
Robertson, Benny Harding. Second Row: Tom Dart, Dave
Merril, Don Gentry, Craig Cassidy, Mike Boan. Third Row:
Fred Locke, Jim Hague, Richard Andrews, Walter Berry,
John Thorton, Coach Eitzen.
Craig Cassidy and Mike Robertson enjoy Speeding toward
the finish line.
Many Records Rewritten
By Bruin Cindermen
Goached by Joe Baker, the 1965 track team
completed a very successfulr season. The
Golden Bears had hoped for a first place in
the East Kansas League Meet at Ottawa, but they
completed the season with ahard fought second
Nine School records were broken or tied
by this year's team. They were: discus-Bob
Howard Q1 52' l lf2"b, high hurdles-Gene Petty
Q1 5.15, medley relay-Wally Falconer, Don
Gentry, Larry Scrivner, Craig Cassidy
Q3:44.8b, 880 yard relay- Wayne Hanson, Gentry,
Scrivner, Falconer Cl:33b, mile relay-Mike
Poston, Gentry, Scrivner, Falconer Q3:327, 880
yard run-Cassidy C2:03.lb, mile run-Cassidy
C4:38.8l, 440 yard dash-Falconer 61.37 and 220
yard dash-Falconer C22.5b.
It was a very successful. season for the
Paul Ring cleared this hurdle on h i s way to a first
First Row, Seated: Mike Steinmetz,Craig Cassidy, Terry
Manis, Roger Tortorilla, Clyde Powell, Bill Perkins,
Dave Blakely, Mike Kelly, Don Gentry, Ron Saunders,
Tim Tyson, Steve Abbott. Second Row: Dennis Loxterman,
Jon Shiffer, Ron Kresyman, Tom Dart, Bill Moore, Mike
Williams, Mike Poston, Eddie Harris, Mike Patterson,
Mike Byer, Nick Hydrick, Don Helmick. Third Row:
Dave Matney, Richard Andrews, Ben Harding, Richard
Benton, Hal May, Mike Allen, John Matz, Joe Lee, Bill
DeBaun, Gene Mertz, Boyd Gates, Calvin Guy, Ronnie
Hall, Perry Richardson. Fourth Row: Mike Potchad, John
Neighbors, Larry Scrivner, Jim Gladieux, Paul Ring,
Ron Kietzman, Terry Winchell, Frank Stankiewicz, Les
Boyer, Tom Osteen, Kenneth Flemming, Joe York.
Paul Ring shows strain in his face as he attempts the
broad-jump in a meet this year.
Craig Cassidy battled to the finish of the 880
Joe Lee strains hard to clear the bar inthe pole vault
Hard Work Brings Rewards
For Turner High Cindermen
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Horton looks on.
The 1965 track record breakers: Wally Falconer, Gene
Pettey, Bob Howard, Larry Scrivner, Wayne Hanson, Don
Gentry, and Craig Cassidy look over new best performance
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Golfers Down In League
But Show Much Promise
For the Second year in a row the Golden Bear
golfers finished in last place in the East Kansas League.
The trio of meets which decided the league champions
were held April 12 at Ottawa, April 26 at Olathe and
April 29 at Lake Quiverap
After the first round the Bruins were in fifth place,
but at the end of the second round they were deep into the
cellar. The final league standings were: Ql5 Ottawa, Q25
Bonner Springs, Q35 Argentine, Q45 Rosedale, Q55 Olathe,
and Q55 Turner.
Cum Nichols Golf coach Stan Eitzen cited junior Curt Nichols as
best Golfer of the year and with his whole team returning,
he is looking forward to higher finishes in the future.
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Guides and Leads
The Board of Education of the Turner
Unified School District H202 was responsible
for organizing and coordinating the educational
efforts of Turner High School, the five ele-
mentary schools and the two new Junior Highs.
The School Board met regularly to discuss
educational plans and goals for the district.
Dr. Witter as Superintendent of schools,
guides and leads the educational program of the
Turner Unified School District. The two new
Junior Highs, Highland and Pierson, have op-
erated smoothly during their first year. The
addition of the Junior Highs has and will greatly
enrich the educational opportunities of this
Dr. Sanford Witter heads the Turner educational system
as Superintendent of Schools for the Turner Unified
The Board of liducation members of Turner Unified Jr,, Vice-Presidentg James Stirlingg Dr. Lee Rook, Presi-
School District 71202 were: Bruce Cirosswait, Treasurer dentg Harold Cookg Dr. Auhrey Gentryg and Dr. Sanford
and Assistant Superintendent ofSchoolsg Joseph Steineger, Witter, Secretary and Superintendent of Schools.
Mr. Pahnquist and Assistant,
Mr. Leon Foster, Leads THS
The administrative positions at Turner were
held this year by Mr. T. R. Palmquist, and
MI. Leon FOsteI.
Mr. Palmquist, who has served for twenty-
seven years at Turner, has seen many changes
since he first came here in 1938. He has seen
T.H.S. change locations, become a three-year
school rather than a fair-year school, and the
enrollment climb from 200 to almost l,400.
Mr. Foster, who was new this year at Turner,
received his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees
from K-State. He is leaving this year to be the
Assistant Dean of the Fort Scott Senior High,
and Junior College. We at T.H.S., wish him
the best of luck with his new position.
Mr. T.R. Palmquist, Principal
Mr. Leon Foster, Vice-Principal
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Student council officers this year were Mike Steinmetz, Presi-
dentg Larry Pagan, Vice-Presidentg Sharon Turner,Sec. Treasg
and Vicki Hecke, Program Chairman.
Student-S chool Spirit
The Student Council of Turner High is one of
the oldest in the district. Starting with its
first meeting on September 26, 1936, the coun-
cil has served the students of Turner High
School by acting as a miniature Congress.
It not only serves thepurpose of encouraging
school spirit and taking a leading part in
school activities, but also provides the stu-
dents vvith an opportunity to express their
Among the activities sponsored this year by
Student Council were the Twirp Dance, Home-
comingg Basketball concessionsg and a Korean
The officers of the 1964-1965 Student Council
Mike Steinmetz, Presidentg Larry Fagan, Vice-
P residentg Sharon Turner , Secretary-
Treasurerg and Vicki Hecke, Program Chair-
Shown here is the student council nominating com
mittee as they proceed to pick nominees for election
to serve as officers next year.
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Mr. Waugh, Stu-Co sponsor, talks to'l'erry Colby about future
plans of the organization.
Senior members were, Bottom row, left to right,
Linda Randolf, Joyce Jones, Bev Louagge, Bonnie
Harkness, Beverly Vincent, and Rhonda llose. Second
Row, Terry lleatle, lloy Whitaker, Derl Keefer, Mike
Shay, Mike Kobe, John Matz, 'lop Row, lien John,
Carlie Graham, Dave Erickson.
Junior members were Bottom row, left to right,
Janet fXlOl'CllG,Kli1l'Y Schell, Janet Kimler, Jane lilson,
Cindy Wieinski, Second row, Cynthia Morgan, Rusty
Meier, Paul Bartels, Steve Doyl, Linda Felt,Top row,
Ron Kresyman, Steve Cathey, Arthur Johnson, Mike
Haney, Steve Crain, and Craig Cassidy,
Sophomore members were Bottom row, left to right,
Denise Rowe, Pam Grey, Susie Jones, Diane Hand,Susan
Betcher, Connie Ashlock. Second row, Loyce Easter,
Linda Jenkins, Mike Barnes, Don Turner, Ron Cook,
Randy Tomlinson, Janet Laningham, Top Row, Joe
Wacker, Bob Guffey, Les Bohrer, Tom Osteen, John
Thorton, Jim Haig, John Page.
Help Students with
Programs and Problems
There were three guidance counselors this
year at Turner High Schoolg each one had the
responsibility of testing, counseling, and
guiding THS students.
Mrs. Eisele has been at Turner for six
years now, and is Well versed on college
qualifications, admission, and scholarships.
Mr. Gene Bell, in his tenth year at Turner,
was in charge of student records, testing pro-
grams, and student council.
Mr. Gerald Haney, in his first year at
Turner, served as counselor, Psychology
teacher, assistant football coach, and head
Mr. Gerald Haney, guidance counselor, assists Marcia
Wesoloski with next year's curriculum.
Mrs. Eisele and Roy Whitaker discuss Roys
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Checking on daily absences is one of the tasks well
performed by Marjorie Dodson, school nurse.
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"Books are the doors to the world," sums
up in part the function of the Turner High
Miss Peterson combined her resource to
help students with their search for information
with her knowledge of the rapidly growing
Health protection was of vital importance
to the faculty as well as students at Turner
Mrs. Dodson, with the help of student
assistants, was able to administer Tuber-
culosis and Diabetes tests, sponsored by their
individuals organizations, to the students.
Mrs. Dodson was always there to help
ease the pain whenever possible.
Miss Keitha Peterson quickly thumbs through the
Many Selections Offered
for Variety in Schedules
Each year in the English department minor
changes are made, but generally the annual
schedule of study remains the same. Require-
ments for graduation also remain the same--
three general English courses and one
The general courses, English I, II, and
III, include study of great literature. English
I classes cover Great EX ectations English
II students ponder Silas arner, and English
III offers study of the famous play, "Our
The selective can be any one of many
subjects: journalism, speech, debate, creative
Writing, drama, stagecraft, and English IV,
for the college bound.
Miss Burns, senior English teacher, and Pat Medina
discuss another angle for writing her term paper
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MYRTLE BURNS ESSIE DAVIS VIRGINIA SWARTZ GARY JOHNSON
B.S. B.S., M.A. B.A,, M.A. B.M., M.A.
English English English English
BESS HOFLAN D
VER LENE POTTER
Mrs. Grey is shown as she lectures on life in early Rome.
World Knowledge Broadened
Through Language Study
Every year the countries of the World
come into closer contact making it important
for us to be ready to meet the challenge of
being able to communicate With the people
of these lands.
Turner provided students who are in-
terested in learning a foreign tongue With
three choices: Latin, Spanish, or French.
Spanish has been added in the last two
Latinwas offeredfortwo years for those
eager to study the root and basis for many
Three years of French were offered. The
third year was devoted not only to grammar
but to the history and present day culture of
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D ebate, Journalism, and
Dramatics add to Program
Debate, in its second year at Turner,
coached by Merle Harris led his squad to a
successful season. Seniors Tom Shutt and
Charles Potter captured second place at
Shawnee Heights, and later in the year junior
Kathy Dickens and senior Terry Colby took
first place at the Olathe tournament. This
year the squad total Win-loss record was at
least fifty percent Wins.
After completing the debate season,
Turner debators entering the EKL Speech and
Drama Festival at Lawrence, Where Sue
Speech and Drama
Skvvarlo Won a "one" rating for dramatic read-
ing, and Doug MacFarland and Kathy Dickens
each Won a "tWo" for their speeches.
JOHN HARLEY MERLE HARRIS
Journalism and English Debate and English
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Bev Vincent for the musicial LIL Abner.
Mr. Harley makes some of his everyday announce
Help Increase World
The teachers of the social science department
held the responsibility of making good citizens
of their pupils and helping them to know the
country's past and its methods used to make it
a sovereign nation in courses such as American
history, World history, American government
and international relations. They again held
the responsibility of helping the student under-
stand his world and himself insuch courses
Relaxing during lunch period, Miss Mildred Cunningham
discusses one of
present for her.
the many dilemmas her history classes
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To live in today's World a person must
understand people and be able to help mold
his world for the generations to come.
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Add Cultured Element
to Student Life
Music and art, Turner's two cultural
departments, added a great deal to the at-
mosphere of the high school this year.
The Music department, headed by Mr.
Erdman Johnson, presented the sixteenth annu-
al production of Handel's Messiah. The Choir
also sponsored the Musical, Li'l Abner.
The band, under the direction of Mr. A.T.
Estes, presented entertaining instrumental
performances, as well as a successful showing
in state competition at Lawrence.
ln the Art Department, headed by Mrs.
Natalie Souders, several student drawings
were submitted to the Scholastic Art contest,
winning several awards. The Art students were
responsible for the Christmas mural and the
special Press Ball murals.
Patty DeNolf and Peggy Atkinson wait for their turns to
replace Donna Link and Murial Drake in auditioning for
choir before Mr. Erdman Johnson, instructor.
Steve Smith looks on as Natalie Souders helps Sharon
Turner with an art project.
ROSEMARY GROSDIDIER EIEEDELL POLING
B.S. . .
Home Economics Home Economics
Introduce Varied Skills
for Future of THS Girls.
Home economics helps prepare a young
girl for one of the most important jobs a
woman ever has to do, be a homemaker.
Turner offers interesting courses such as
foods, clothing and homeliving. Girls Were
taught the basic arts of preparing nourishing
meals, making attractive clothes, and running
a household. Excellent equipment was provided
for these classes so that girls would learn
throughactual experience, the importance of
being a successful homemaker.
Turner offered these courses to girls who
were interested in them as hobbies or life-
time careers, the decision being left to the
Miss Grosdidier is shown helping a clothing student as she works on a project.
Seeks to Develop
Understanding of Principles
The three main objectives of Turner's
Science Department Were: to open up the
different fields of science to students, pro-
vide the opportunity to prepare to go to
college, and to help our students understand
this scientific world.
Present courses offered are: Biology I
and Il, Chemistry, and Physics. General
Science and Hygiene have been changed to
Junior Highs, losing our General Science
teacher, Mr. Claflin.
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GARY JONES BURLEY MARTIN
B.S., M.A. A.B,, M,S,
A.B. , M.S.
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Mr. Jones explains to his biology students the fundamen
tals of plant and animal life.
Traditional and Modern
Taughtg Enlarged Concept
ln Turner, traditional math along with
modern math was offered to give the student
the widest possible perspective of the course.
Courses that were offered were: general
math 1 gl ll, algebra 1 Sz ll, geometry,
senior math and calculus.
Calculus, a one-half credit couse, was
an approved course open only to seniors.
The calculus course was offered under
a new system of learning. Students were re-
sponsible for completing assignments on their
own, Students completed two books under this
independent study plan.
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SHIRLEY COFFIN VERNON ALLISON
A.B., M.E. B.S., M.S.
intently studying the lesson for the day,
Mr. Vanwinkle strolls across the room
to relate the lesson on the board.
Prepares Students for
Careers in Business
Turner's commerce courses have played
a vital part in preparing all interested students
for a career in the business World.
One of the interesting courses available
to those business minded people at Turner was
bookkeeping, which was under the new direction
of Mr. Hinton.
Miss Sharon Livengood. typing and Short-
hand I teacher, and Mrs. Eberhart, typing and
Shorthand ll teacher, provided the students
with some of the fundamentals which were
practically essential in the business World.
Miss Nancy Marshall, teaching office
practice and business law, delved into the
mysteries of a business office, thus putting
the finishing touches on the student'sprep-
aration to venture into the World of commerce.
Miss Nancy Marshall, chairman of the Business Department,
is responsible for co-ordinating educational experiences of
NINA EBE RHART
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Taking time out from grading shorthand assignments,
Miss Livengood laughs at a Student's remark.
Mr. Kenneth Johnson watches closely as Gary Shepard
and Richard Tomlinson measure a story for the 14th
issue of the Booster.
INDUSTRIAL ED. y
for Industrial Careers
Turner High School's Industrial Arts Depart-
ment has provided a foundation for those
students who may wish to become employed
in an industrial occupation. Actual working
experience is supplied in general shop, print-
ing, mechanical drawing, auto mechanics, and
metal and Woodworking for better Work habits
and knowledge of the field.
Not only may one prepare for abasic vocation,
but one may possibly become interested in
Working with the hands as a hobby.
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B.S., M.A. B.S., M.S.
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts
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in Physical Fitness
The mind and body must be developed
together. The building of the body was the
purpose of our Physical Education Depart-
ment and was as much a part of the school
as were academic subjects.
Two years of the physical fitness program
was required for graduation, but gym could
be taken as an elective in addition.
Instruction in football, basketball, and
track, plus intramural programs for both boys
and girls was Turner's program of physical
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B.A., NLS. B.S., M.S.
Physical EdL1Cati0I'1 and Drivers- Education
P V -:gi -ifi T Coach Holwerda
Coach Baker glances over one of the many pamphlets
on modern high school athletics that come across
his desk in the course of the year.
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B.S. A.B., M.S.
Drivers Education Physical Education
takes a few moments of relaxation from his busy schedule.
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Mrs, Carmichele and Mrs. Thomas are kept busy
with their office duties.
Perform "B ehind
the Scenes" Jobs
The students at Turner High are dependent
on the many officeworkers, cafeteria ladies,
custodian, and bus drivers, as well as the
The cafeteria workers brought us well
balanced meals everyday throughout the school
The building is kept clean by the busy
janitors, while the bus drivers furnished trans-
portation for all Turnerites needing it.
The office ladies were responsible for the
many "behind the scenes" jobs that serve to
keep Turner High in good working order. They
were in charge of selling various school sup-
plies collecting money for LD. and Senior
pictures and the handling of attendance records.
To fill their Cspare?3 moments they answer the
endlessly ringing telephone and file many im-
Janitors and bus drivers for this year were: front row: Art Christine, Jess Johnson, Levi Hershberger, Roy
W.E. Hathaway, Tony Carrillo, Ed Howard, Wayne Emery, Asher, Elmer Dyster and Irv Shipley.
Frank Creig, Wesley Thiry. Second row: Terry Burke,
The cafeteria staff: Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Lohrey, Mrs. John Stump Jr., Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Whitehead,
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Cheryl Barnett, presidentg Frank Stankiewicz, secretary-treasurer.
Work Hard to Maintain
Excellent Grade Averages
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In Student Council Elections
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Learning of Nature
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Sophomores who were absent or who were new enrollees when pictures were taken were
Jeannie Cutshall, Jim Carey, Pat Berry, Loyce Easter, Roger Howell, and Vicki LaMar
Others not pictured Were: Susan Boettcher, Jim Conkling, Richard Norris and
"Blessed are they that mourn,
For they shall be comforted."
I do not criticize the way of the Lord,
Nor am I worthy of such an act.
Yet He gives life and He takes life away.
He brings sorrow, yet He brings comfort.
CONNIE ALB ERTSON
His reward for the servants of God,
is not before, but after Death.
Death is the Dawn, rather than the Dusk.
And Death is not to be feared, for it is
A simple step between one and His Lord.
-- - - - David Williams
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Were: Craig Cassidy, Presidentg Linda Felt, Vice-Presidentg and
Paul Bartels, Secretary-Treasurer.
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Ed Gill. Others not pictured were: Gail Dillon,
Steve Hart, William Storms, Randy Poletis,
Jackie Carroll, David Croskey, Rodney Harris,
and Cheryl Schumaker.
Death is only a wooden Door, But only those who have gone ahead
Set in a garden Wally To see what it is like
And when We have passed through it, Can really know the wondrous joy
We have no fear at all, When there is no more night.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS for 1964-'65 Were:Ter1fy Gerkovich, Presidentg Michele Schroeppel
Secretary-Treasurerg and Steve Hanna, Vice-President.
In Working Toward Future
Four of the British singing group who called them-
selves "The Dave Clark Five" were snapped by THS
photographer, Danny Gilbert, at the closed press Con-
ference held at the Hotel Muehlebach.
L LL LQ if
DONNA DE BAENE
WILLIAM DE BAUN JAMES DICK
GARY DOWNEY EDWARD DRAKE
The Turner Bear, "alias Pat Shirk", accompanied
the Pep Club at basketball games,
CAROL DITTO TONY DORNBRACK
LINDA EASTER BARBARA EATON
KEET EATON RUSSELL EDWARDS
Create School Spirit
In EKL Competition
LA DONNA FULTON
For Further Studies
TERRY HALE V
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The annual Press Ball Royalty judges for the boys, Witter, listened attentively as Larry
Miss Edgar, Mrs. Osborn, Mr. Haney, Mr. Ross, and Dr. of their many questions.
JO ANN JAMES
Fagan answered one
Display Unusual Talent
In Varied Club Work
CONNIE LA POINT
DOUGLAS MAC EARLANE
Nancy Witter, Judi Greenwood, and Michele Schroeppel
pitched in and worked at the local, fund-raising car wash
held by the senior journalists' homeroom.
MILDRED MC COY
RICKY MC COY
MARY MC DONALD
LINDA MC KINLEY
Maintain High Goals
In High School Years
CHARL ENE ROBB
RHONDA ROSE MIKE HOUSE
LINDA RUST MICHELE SCI-IROEPPEL
LOREN SCOTT NANCY SCOTT
CYNTHIA ROUTH KENNETH ROUTH
BETTY SCHULER DEBORA SCOTT
Steve Holt, Turner WI-IB radio correspondent, was
shown "the ropes" of reporting by the popular disc
jockey, Frosty Harris.
Achieve High Hopors
For Success in Future
JOHN SULLIVAN CONNIE SWENSON RONNIE SWENSON
VIRCIL THOMAS JOYCE TIPTON CLIFFORD TISDALE
RICHARD TOMLINSON LOUIS TURK SHARON TURNER
M. I. T. Scholar Chosen
From Senior Class
VICKI WALKER PATRICIA WALLEY
CAROL WEITZE GENE WENDT
ROY WHITAKER BILL WILLIAMS
Y.F.C. l,2,3,43 Radio Club l,2,3.
Intramurals l,2,3,43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Art
Club 2,33 Y.F.C. 3,43 French Club 33
Musical 3,43 Choir 3,4.
Boy's Bowling 1,23 Homeroom Offi-
cer 1. '
Coffeyville Junior High 13 J.C.L. 23
Musical 2,3,43 Thespians 2,3,43 All
School Play 23 Junior Play 2,33 Glee
Club 2. Senior Play 33 Choir 3,4.
Y.F.C. l,2,3,43 J.C.L. l,2,3,43 Library
Assistant 2,33 Spanish Club 33 Y-Teens
3,4, Officer 43 Health Careers Club
3,4, Officer 43 Choir 43 Musical 43
National Honor Society 4.
Industrial Education Club 3,4, Offi-
"T" Club 13 Football 13 Track l,2,
Manager 23 J.C.L. 13 Bowling 2,3,43
Industrial Education Club 3,4.
Football 1,23 Basketball 1,22 Homeroom
Officer lg Band 1,3,43 Hi-Y Basketball
3,43 Hi-Y Club 3,4.
Youth For Christ l,2,3,43 Band II lg
Library Assistant 2,33 Art Club 43
Health Careers 43 Quill and Scroll 43
Junior Class Play, Production Staff43
Booster Staff 43 Turnerite Staff 43
Youth For Christ Quiz Team.
Y.F.C. l,2,3,43 Hi-Y 3,43 Hi-Y Basket-
ball 43 TTT Club 4.
Y.F.C. 1,2,33 Homeroom Officer 3.
Football 13 Track 1.
Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Officer 43 J.C.L. l,2,
3, Officer 33 FTA 2,33 Library Assistant
1,2,33 Literary Society 3,43 Health Ca-
reers 3,43 Student Council 33 Thespian
Club 3,43 Quill and Scroll 33 Musical
Crew 33 Junior Play 3,43 Senior Play 3,
43 JCL Silver Key Award 23 Merit Schol-
arship Bethany College, Lindsbury
Kansas 4g National Honor Society 4.
Northeast Junior High 13 Y.F.C. 2,33
Intramurals 23 Homeroom Officer 33
Booster Staff 43 Turnerite Staff 43
Quill gl Scroll 4.
Football 13 Track l,2.
Y.F.C. l,2,3,43 Homeroom Officer 23
Track 1,23 Hi-Y 2,3,43 Industrial Edu-
cation 2,43 Literary Society 33 Boy's
Bowling 33 T-Club 4.
Football l,2,3,43 Basketball l,3,43
Track l,2,3,43 T-Club 2,3,4, Officer 43
Homeroom Officer l,2,33 Y.F.C.
Y.F.C. 1,23 Industrial Education Club 4.
West Junior High 13 Wyandotte High
School 23 Trampoline Team 2,33 Home-
room Officer 4.
Y.F.C. 13 Pep Club 3,43 Health Careers
3,43 Y-Teens 4.
Football l,2,3,43 Basketball 13 Track
13 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3j Musical 33
Twirp Dance King3 Royal Court.
Argentine High School 13 Y.F.C. 2.
Cain, William Ray ,
Football 33 Literary Society 3,43 Lit
gl Wit 3,43 Booster 81 Turnerite Ad
J.C.L. 1,2, Officer 13 Homeroom Offi-
cer 1,2,33 Pep Club 2,33 Y.F.C. 23
Bowling 33 Musical 43 Choir 4.
Channell, Carolyn I
J.C.L. l,2,3,43 Y.F.C. l,2,3,43 Candy
Striper 1,2,3j Library Assistant 2,3,43
Quill gl Scroll 43 Booster Staff: Turner-
Homeroom Officer li J.C.L. 2,3,4,
Officer 3,43 Junior Stunt Night 23 Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
Industrial Education 3,4, Officer 4.
Homeroom Officer 1,2,3Q Band l,2,3,43
Y.F.C. 13 Pep Club 23 Musical 2,33
Majorette 3,43 Junior Stunt Night 3,43
Ushers Club 33 Choir 3,43 Thespians 4.
Y.F.C. l,2,33 Industrial Arts Club 2,33
Debate 43 Hi-Y 1.
Pep Club 13 Bowling 1,43 Y.F.C. 23
Rosedale High School 13 Bowling 23
Industrial Arts 3,4.
Pep Club l,2,3,4, Cheerleader 2,43 Y-
Teens l,2,3,4, Officer 2,3,43 Bowling
l,2,3,4, Officer 23 Stunt Night 13 G.A.A.
2,3,43 Health Careers 33 Choir 43 Jr.
Class Play 43 Turnerite Royalty.
Home Room Officer 13 Pep Club 1,23
Pep Club l,2,3,4, Lettergirl 43 Y-Teens
1,2,3, Officer 33 Student Council Rep-
resentative 13 TTT Club 23Home Room
Officer 2,33 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Royal Court
Football 13 Track 23 Y.F.C. l,2,3,43
TTT Club 3,4.
Y.F.C. l,2,3,43 Homeroom Officer 1,43
Pep Club 13 J.C.L. 23 G.A.A. 3,42
Bowling 3,43 Royal Court 4.
Library Assistant l,2,3,43 Y.F.C. 2,33
Usher Club 3,4.
Y.F.C. l,2,3,4, Officer 23 J.C.L. 13
Choir 2,3,4, Accompanist3 Turnerite
Royalitgf 43 Stunt Night 4, National
Honor ociety 4.
Pep Club l,2,3,43 Y.F.C. l,2,3,43 Home-
room Officer 13 Bowling 1,23 Y-Teens
Latin Club 1,23 Football 1,23 Basket-
ball Manager 23 Y.F.C. 33 Hi-Y 43
Band l,2,3,43 Track 3,4.
Football 1,2,33 Track 1,23 "T" Club 13
Y.F.C. 1,23 Tennis 3.
Hi-Y l,2,3,43 Y.F.C. l,2,3,43 Track 13
Football 13 T.T.T. 4.
Industrial Education Club 3,43 Boy's
Homeroom Officer 1,3,45 J.C.L. 15
Roosevelt Junior High School, Topeka,
Kansas l5 Topeka High School,Topeka
Kansas 25 Cross Country 35 Hi-Y 3,45
Boy's Bowling 3,45 Homeroom Officer
45 Quill 81 Scroll 45 Booster Staff 45
Turnerite Staff 45 Track 45 Royal Court.
Schab Junior High School 15 Cincinnati
Ohio5 Central High School, Cincinnati
Homeroom Officer 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,
3,45 Y.F.C. 1,2,35 Y-Teens 25 Girl's
J.C.L. 1,25 Literary Society 3,4, Of-
ficer 3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Hi-Y Club
45 Junior Stunt Night 45 Intramurals 4.
Track 15 Boy's Bowling 4.
J.C.L. 1,25 Intramural l,2,35 Y-Teens
2,3,4, Officer 3,45Y.F.C. 2,35G.A.A. 2,
3,45 Ushers Club 2,35 Home Room Of-
ficer 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Bowling 2,3,4
Officer 45 Art Club 2,3, Officer 35
Royalty Finalist 45 Miss T.H.S. 4.
Pep Club l,2,3,45 Home Room Officer
l,2,45 Intramurals 15 Cheerleader 25
Bowling 2,3,4, Officer 35 Y-Teens 35
Y.F.C. 35 Class Officer 35 Homecoming
Enid Okla. 1,25 Thespians 3,45 Junior
Play 35 Senior Play 45 Musica145 Choir
Football l,2,3,45 Student Council l5
Home Room Officer 1,25 Basketball 25
Y.F.C. 2,3,45 Hi-Y 2,35 Industrial Arts
Radio Club 1,25 Band 1,25 Student Coun-
cil 2,45 Boys State 35 National Honor
Basketball 1,25 Homeroom Officer l,2,
35 Boys' State 35 Student Council 4,
Vice President5 Mr. THS5 National
Honor Society 4.
Pep Club l,2,35 Y.F.C. 1,2,3,45Home-
room Officer 1,25 T.T.T. 2,3,4,0fficer
Industrial Arts Club 2,3.
Football Manager l,2,3,45 TrackMana-
ger l,2,35 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 T-Club 3,45
Y.F.C. l,2,35 F.T.A. 3,4, Officer 45
Library Assistant 4.
Gage, Larry D.
Y.F.C. l,2,3,4, Chaplain 1, Officer 2,
3,45 Track 1,25CrossCountry15 Home-
room Officer l,2,3,45 Spanish Club 35
Art Club 35 Choir 45 Press Ball Royal
Pep Club l,2,35 Y.F.C. l,2,3.
Radio Club Officer l,2,35 Art Club 2,35
National Honor Society 4.
Football 1,2,35 Cross Country 45 Bas-
ketball l,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Student
Council Representative 1,25 Class Of-
ficer l,25 F.C.A. 1,2,3,45 T-Club 2,3,45
Homeroom Officer 2,3,45 Stunt Night 25
Press Ball Royalty5 Stu-Co Exchange
Homeroom Officer l,2,3,45 Class Offi-
cer 45 Bowling l,2,45 Spanish Club 3,4,
Officer 3,45 Literary Society 45 Hi-Y
45 National Honor Society 45 Valedic-
Y.F.C. 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 4.
Choir 45 Y.F.C. 15 Y-Teens 15 Spanish
Club 35 Musical 4.
Gilbert, James D.
Y.F.C. l,2,3,45 Radio Club 25Turnerite
and Booster Photographer l,2,3,45
Thespian Club 3,4.
Homeroom Officer 25 Y.F.C. 25 Booster
and Turnerite Staff 45 Library Assis-
Y.F.C. l,2,35 Band 2,35 Football 35
Hi-Y 3,45 Industrial Education Club 4.
Student Council Representatives 15
Homeroom Officer 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45
Latin Club 15 TTT Club 25 Y-Teens
3,45 Bowling League5 National Honor
Homeroom Officer 1,25 Student Council
Representative 25 Football 15 Hi-Y 4.
Candy Striper 1,2,3,45 Student Council
Representative 1,45 Latin Club 2,35
Y.F.C. 1,2,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Officer 35
Health Careers 3,4.
J.C.L. 15 Pep Club 2,35 Attendance
,Argentine High School 1,25 Y-Teens
35 ,Literary Society 35 Musical 35
Student Council Representative 35 Li-
brary Assistant 35 Y.F.C. 3,45 Quill Sz
Scroll 45 Editor-in-Chief of Turnerite
45 Press Ball Royalty 45 French Club
45 Booster Staff 45 National Honor
Basketball 1,25 YFC l,2,3,45 Hi-Y-Bas-
ketball 3,45 Bowling 35 Hi-Y 3,4.
Departmental Honor Roll 1,25 YFC 1,
2,35 Bowling 35 Hi-Y Club 3,45 Of-
ficer 45 Literary Societ 35 Hi-Y Bas-
ketball, 3,45 Spanish Ollub 45 Junior
Stunt Night 45 National Honor Society 4.
YFC 1,2,35 Debate and Discussion Club
1,35 Homeroom Officer 4.
Football l,2,3,45 B a S ketb all I ,2,35
Track l5 YFC l,2,35Homeroom Officer
15 Vice-President of Freshman Class5
Vice-President of Sophomore Class5
Homeroom Officer 35 FCA 2,35 Vice-
President of Senior Class5 Homeroom
Officer 45 Press Ball Royalty 4.
Football l,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,35
Track 1,2,3,45 TTT 15 Student Council
Representative 2,35 Homeroom Officer
2,45 T Club 3,45 Musical 4.
Student Council Representative 2,45
YFC 25 Bowling 35 Gym Assistant 45
Harris, James P.
Pep Club 1,2,3,45 YFC 1,25 JCL 1,25
Bowling l,2,3,45 Musical l,3,45 Home-
room Officer 1,45 B-Team Cheerleader
25 Varsity Cheerleader 3,45 GAA 2,3,45
GAA Officer 45 Student Council 3,45
Student Council Officer 45 Homecoming
Queen 45 DAR Good Citizen Award5
Intramurals l,2,35 National Honor So-
Student Council 13 YFC l,2,33 Ushers
Club 3,4. '
Old Mission Junior High 13 Shawnee
Mission North 2,3.
Coquillo High School, Coquillo Oregon
1,23 Industrial Education Club 43 Boy's
F.C. l,2,3,43 Y-Teens l,2,33 Band 1,
l,4, Officer 43 Pep Band 3,43 Stunt
:ht 1,23 lntramurals 1,2,33 G.A.A.
2,33 Art Club Officer 3,43 Homeroom
Officer 3,43 Junior Play 33 Senior Play
3,43 Musical 43 Thespians 43 French
Club 43 National Honor Society 4.
Y.F.C. 1,2,3, Stunt Night 1,43 Home-
room Officer 2,43 Quill 81 Scroll 3,43
Student Council 33 lntramurals 43
Booster Staff 43 Turnerite Staff 4.
Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 43 Letter
Girl 43 Y-Teens 1,2,43 Literary Society
3,4, Officer 43 Homeroom Officer 13
Stunt Night 23 Y.F.C. 1,23 Student Coun-
cil 33 Radio Club 33 Royal Court 4.
Football l,2,3,43 Track l,2,3,43 T-Club
2,3,4, Officer 43 Hi-Y 2,3,43 Basketball
1,23 Homeroom Officer 3,4.
Homeroom Officer 1,23 Y.F.C. l,2,3,43
Football 1,3,43 Track 1,33 T.T.T. 2,3,
43 Hi-Y l,2,3,43 Industrial Education
Pep Club l,2,3,43 Cheerleader 3,43
Homeroom Officer l,2,3,43 lntramurals
l,2,3,43 Girls Bowling Officer 2,3,43
G.A.A. 2,3,43 Royal Court.
Y.F.C. 1,2,33 Senior Play 3,43 Junior
Play 33 Musical 3,43 Thespians 3,43
Choir 3,43 Junior Stunt Night 43 Art
Pep Club l,2,3,43 Y.F.C. 2.
LaSertoma Citizenship Award13 J.C.L.
l,2,3Q Student Council Representative 13
Y.F.C. 1,23 Pep Club l,2,3Q lntramurals
13 Homeroom Officer 2,3,43 Bowling
3,43 Literary Society 33 Quill Sz Scroll
3,43 Booster Staff 43 Turnerite Staff 4.
Basketball lg Bowling 2,3,43 Homeroom
Officer 23 Hi-Y 3.
Pep Club 23 Homeroom Officer 4.
Track 13 Basketball 23 T.T.T. 2,3,43
Hi-Y 3,43 Homeroom Officer 3,43 Stu-
dent Council Representative 43 Royal
Pep Club lg Y.F.C. 1,2,33 Y-Teens
l,2,3,43 lntramurals 1.
T.T.T. 2,33 Y.F.C. 2,33 Spanish Club
3,43 Stunt Night 33 Choir 43 Musical 4.
Bowling 13 Pep Club 13 Y.F.C. 3,43
Junior Achievement 4.
Football l,3,43 Cross Country 23 Stu-
dent Council Representative 13 Home-
room Officer l,2,3,43 Basketball 13
Track 13 Turnerite Royalty 4.
Homeroom Officer l,2,3Q lntramurals
1,2,33 Student Council 23 Y-Teens 3.
Y.F.C. 2,33 Bowling 2,3,43 lntramurals
23 Choir 3,43 Musical 3,43 Art Club 43
Jr. Class Play Production Staff 3.
Y.F.C. lg Latin Club 1,43 lntramurals
1,23 Discussion Club 13 Pep Club 23
Library Assistant 2,3,43 Quill gl Scroll
43 Booster Staff 43 Turnerite Staff 4.
G.A.A. l,2,3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Letter
Girl 43 Y.F.C. 1,2,33 Homeroom Officer
1,2,33 Bowling 1,23 Student Council
Representative 1,43 Y- Teens 1,3,43
Junior Achievement 3, Officer 33 Candy
Striper 33 J ou rn a li s m Scholarship
Camp 33 Quill gl Scroll 43 Booster Ex-
change Editor 43 Booster Staff43 Press
Ball Royal Court 43 Stunt Night 4.
Homeroom Officer 13 Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4,
Officer 3,43 J.C.L. lg Band l,2,3,43
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Officer 3,43 Football 2,33
F.C.A. 2,3,43 Pep Band 43 Student
Council Representative 4.
Washington 1,23 Y-Teens 1,2,33 Pep
Club 2,33 Girls Sport Club 2.
Y.F.C. l,2,3,43 Pep Club 2,33 lntra-
murals 1,23 T.T.T. 3,43 Usher's Club
3,43 Spanish Club 33 Y-Teens 33Home-
room Officer 3,4.
Grandview High School 1,2,3.
Pep Club l,2,3,43 J.C.L. 1.
Kobe, Michael Lee
Musical 2,3,43 Discussion Club 23 Thes-
pian Club 3,43 Debate 33 Choir 3,43
Stunt Night 33 French Club 4.
Bowling 23 Y.F.C. l,2,33 Football 1,2.
Attendance Clerk l,2,3,43 Math Club 33
French Club 3,43 Y.F.C. 43 National
Honor Society 43 Salutorian 4.
Pep Club l,2,3,43 Y-Teens 1,23 Y.F.C.
23 Junior Play 3.
Pep Club l,2,3,43 Cheerleader l,2,3,43
Y-Teens 13 Bowling League l,2,3,43
lntramurals l,2,3,43 Homecoming
Candidate 1,23 G.A.A. 2,3,4, Officer 43
Stunt Night 23 Homeroom Officer 1,33
Student Council Representatives 23
Quill gl Scroll 43 Booster Staff 43
Turnerite Staff 43 Turnerite Royalty 43
J.C.L. l,2,3,43 Y-Teens 1,2,33 Home-
room 13 Student Council Representative
Football l,2,3,43 F.C.A. l,2,3Q T-Club
l,2,3,4, Officer 43 Track l,2,3,43 Hi-Y
2,3,43 Homeroom Officer 2,43 Musical
Pep Club 1,23 Y.F.C. 1,2,3.
Football 1,23 Y.F.C. 13Track CManagerl
l,3,43 Basketball QManager5 3,43 Cross-
Country CManagerb 3,43 T.T.T. Club
2,3,4, Officer 3,43 Stunt Night 33 Choir
3,43 Musical 3,43 lntramurals 4.
Basketball 1,23 Football l,23Trackl,23
Bowling 33 lntramurals 4.
Homeroom Officer l,2,3,43 Football 13
Basketball 1,23 T-Club 13 Cross Coun-
try 2,33 Student Council Representative
Homeroom Officer l,2,4Q Bowling 23
Spanish Club 33 Stunt Night 33 Football
Pep Club lg J.C.L. lg Y.F.C. 23Student
Council Representative 2,43 Homeroom
Pep Club l,2,3,43 Homeroom Officerl3
J.C.L. lg Y.F.C. 1,23 Y-Teens 2,33
Bowling 3,43 Choir 4.
Pep Club l,2,3,43 Y-Teens l,2,3,43
Latin Club ls Bowling 3,4.
Zaragoza High School, Zaragoza, Spain
1,23 Biloxi High School, Biloxi, Miss-
issippi 33 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 13
Play House 2863 Homeroom Officer 4.
Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4Q Homeroom Officer 1,43
Girls Bowling 3,43 Intramurals 3,43
Main, Garold Wayne
Wrestling 43 Hi-Y 43 Intramurals 4.
Boy's Bowling l,2,3,43 Hi-Y 3.
Appomattox High School, Appomattox,
Virginia 13 Laurel High School, Laurel,
Mississippi 23 Osceola High School,
Osceola, Wisconsin 33 Girls' Bowling 4.
Intramurals 13 French Club 43 Health
Careers Club 43 National Honor Society
Y.F.C. 2,33 Pep Club 1.
Football 1,21 Basketball l,2,33 Track
1,2,3,43 Y.F.C. 2,3,43 T-Club 2,3,43
Homeroom Officer 1,23 National Honor
Football l,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 J.C.L.
13 Y.F.C. 1,23 Homeroom Officer 1,33
Student Council Representative 43 Choir
13 Musical 3g T-Club 4.
Football 1,23 Homeroom Officer 1,2,43
Spanish Club 3,4.
Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,3.
Pep Club 13 Y.F.C. 1,2,3.
Football l,2,33 Industrial Education
Club 13 Homeroom Officer 13 Y.F.C.
3,43 Hi-Y 43 Junior Achievement 3,4.
Homeroom Officer 4.
I1-Ii-Y 13 Homeroom Officer 2,43 Debate
Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Letter Girl 43 Home-
room Officer l,2,33 Y.F.C. 1,23 Intra-
murals 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Student
Council Representative 23 Girl's Bowl-
ing 2,3,43 Musical 43 Choir 4.
Y.F.C. l,2,33 Intramurals 13 Band l,2,
3g T.T.T. 2,3,4, Officer 43 Pep Club
2,33 Spanish Club 33 Y-Teens 33 Booster
Staff 43 Turnerite Staff 43 Quill 8iScroll
4g Journalist of the Year.
Homeroom Officer 13 Basketball 1,23
Boy's Bowling 3,4.
Mertz, Gene '
Football l,2,3,43 Homeroom Officer
2,3,4,: Track 3,42 Homecoming King.
Horace Mann Junior High School, Tulsa,
Oklahoma 13 Football 2,3,43 T-Club 2,
3,43 Track 2,33 Homeroom Officer 33
Royal Court 4.
Y.F.C. 1,2,3,43 Spanish Club 33 Stunt
Night 33 Choir 33 Quill gl Scroll 4g
Pep Club l3 Y.F.C. 1,23 Girl's Bowling
l,2,33 Intramurals 1,23 Homeroom Of-
Football 13 Y.F.C. 1,23 Boy's Bowling
33 'Industrial Education Club Stunt Night
43 Homeroom Officer 4. ,
Central Junior High 13 Pep Club 23
Y.F.C. 2,3,43 Health Careers 3,4S
J.C.L. 3,43 Senior Play 3,43 Junior
Play 33 Thespians 4.
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Officer 4g Y.F.C. 1,2,
3,43 Stunt Night 1,23 Band l,2,3,43
Musical 3,43 Pep Band 2,3,43 Junior
Play 33 Choir 3,45 Homeroom Officer 4.
Football fManagerJ 13 Track 1 ,2, fMana-
gerb 23 Y.F.C. 13 T-Club 13 Industrial
Education Club 43 Musical 4.
Y.F.C. 1,22 Homeroom Officer 13 Pep
Club 23 Musical 23 Junior Play 2,33
All School Play 23 Health Careers 3,43
Candystriper 23 Y-Teens 33 Health
Y.F.C. 1,23 Pep Club 1,2.
Y.F.C. l,2,33 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Foot-
ball 13 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,43
Homeroom Officer 1,23 J.C.L. 13 Y.F.C.
33 Bowling 43 Intramurals 4.
Shuksan Jr. High, Belingham, Wash-
ington 13 Clove Park High, Jacoma
Washington 23 Track 33 Hi-Y 3,45
T-Club 43 Wrestling 4.
Y.F.C. l,2,33 Hi-Y 33 T.T.T. 3,43
Bowling 33 Industrial Education Club
43 Stunt Night 4.
Fontana Jr. High, Fontana, California
13 Fontana High School, Fontana, Cali-
fornia 23 Hi-Y 33 Track 3.
Football l,2,3,43 Student Council Rep-
resentative 1,23 Track 1,33 Homeroom
Literary Society 33 Quill 81 Scroll 3,43
Stunt Night 43 Debate 4.
Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,43 Class Of-
ficer 1,23 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Y.F.C.
13 Bowling 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,4,
Officer 3,43 G.A.A. 2,3,4, Officer 43
Stunt Night 23 Student Council Repre-
Football lg Track 1,23 Basketball 1,23
Cross Country 2.
Homeroom Officer 1,33 Football 13
Basketball 1,2, CManagerJ 13 Y.F.C. 23
Hi-Y 43 Intramurals 43 Student Council
Y.F.C. l,2,3,4, Officer 43 Track 1,23
Football 3,43 F.C.A. 3,43 Wrestling 43
Rosedale High School 13 Art Club 3,43
Math Club 33 French Club 4.
J.C.L. 1,23 Y-Teens 2,3,4, Officer 33
Y.F.C. 2,3,4, Officer 43 Literary So-
ciety 3s Musical 3,41 National Honor
Y.F.C. l,2,3,4j Football 13 Track 13
F.C.A. l,2,33 Industrial Arts Club 23
T.T.T. 3,4, Officer 43 Hi-Y 3,4.
Riden, Dale Anne
Pep Club 1,23 Y-Teens l,2,33 J.C.L.
l,2,33 Art Club 2,3,4, Officer 2,43
Homeroom Officer 43 National Honor
Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4Q Ushers Club 2,3,4, Head
Usher 3,41 Pep Club 23 Thespians 3,4g
Health Careers 4.
Y.F.C. lg Health Careers 4.
Pep Club 1,23 Y-Teens 3,4.
Rogers, Donald Lee
Football 15 Track l,2,45Y.F.C.1,2,3,4,
Chaplain 3, Officer 45 J.C.L. 15 Radio
Club Officer 25 Thespians 2,3,45 Stunt
Night 25 T-Club 25 Debate 35 Choir 3,4,
Officer 45 Musical 3,4.
Rose, Rhonda Rue
J.C.L. 1,2,3, Officer 25 Y.F.C. l,2,35
Homeroom Officer l,2,35 Bowling 15
Pep Club 25 Choir 3,45 T.T.T. 35 Quill
gl Scroll 45 Booster Staff 45 Turnerite
Staff 45 Student Council Representative
Student Council Representative 15 Pep
Club 1,2, Cheerleader 25 Intramurals
1,25 Y.F.C. 15 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Bowling
2,3,4, Officer 45 Homeroom 2,35 F.T.A.
35 Quill gl Scroll 3,45 Choir 45 Musical
45 Booster Staff 45 Turnerite Staff 4.
Cross Country 1,25 Hi-Y 15 Y.F.C.1,25
T-Club 1 ,25 Track 15 Homeroom Officer
2,35 Student Council Representative 3.
J.C.L. l,2,35 Homeroom Officer 1,45
Intramurals 15 Student Council Repre-
sentative 25 Bowling 25 T.T.T. 3,4,
Officer 45 Y.F.C. 35 Spanish Club 35
Y-Teens 35 Stunt Night 45 Booster
Staff 45 Turnerite Staff 45 Quill Sz
Scroll 45 National Honor Society 4.
Schroeppel, Michele E.
Pep Band 15 Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Officer
3,45 Y.F.C. 1,25 Pep Club 2,3,4,0fficer
45 Letter Girl 45 Homeroom Officer
2,35 Bowling 2,3, Officer 35 Class
Officer 3,45 Literary Society 3,4
officer 45 Quill at Scroll 3,45 Turnerite'
J.C.L. 15 Intramurals 15 Pep Club 15
Y.F.C. 2,35 Y-Yeens 3.
Student Council Representative 15
Y.F.C. 1,25 J.C.L. 1,25 Pep Club 25
Art Club 2,3,4, Officer' 3,45 Y-Teens
2,35 Homeroom Officer 45 National
Honor Society 4.
Football l,2,3,45 J.C.L. 15-Hi-Y 3,45
Wrestling 45 T-Club 45 Intramurals 4.
Y-Teens 15 Intramurals l,2.
Homeroom Officer l,2,35 Basketball 1,
2,35 Football l,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45
T-Club l,2,3,45 Y.F.C. l,2,3,45 Hi-Y4.
Y-Teens 15 J.C.L. 1,25 Intramurals 1,25
Y.F.C. 2,35 Bowling 3,45 Health Ca-
reers . ,3,45 Ushers Club 35 Choir 45
Pep Club 15 Y.F.C. 1,25 Y-Teens 3,4.
Student Council Representative l,3,45
Football 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Track
1,25 Spanish Club 3,4 StuntNight 3,45
Hi-Y 45 Literary Club 4.
Industrial Education Club 3,4, Officer
45 Booster Staff 45 Turnerite Staff 45
Bowling Officer 45 Quill Sz Scroll 4.
Pep Club l,2,3,45 Y.F.C. 1,25 Intra-
murals l,2,3,45 Bowlingl,2,3,45Home-
room Officer 25 G.A.A. 2,3,4.
Stuttgart High School, Arkansas l,2,35
Y.F.C. l,2,3,45 Spanish Club 35 Choir
45 Musical 45 Junior Class Play 45
Senior Class Play 45 Tespians 4.
Washington High School l,2,3.
Homeroom Officer 1,45 Y.F.C. l,2,3,45
Pep Club 2,35 Y-Teens 4.
Smith, Daniel E.
Football 1,45 Basketball 15 Homeroom
Officer 1,45 T.T.T. 4.
Pep Club 1,25 J.C.L.. 15 Homeroom
Officer l,3,45 Y.F.C. 25 Y-Teens 4.
Pep Club l,2,3,4, Letter Girl 45 Twirp
Dance Queen 45 Y-Teens 15 Student
Council Representative 15 Homeroom
Officer l,3,45 Stunt Night 2,45 Bowling
2,3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,
4, Officer 4.
Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Y.F.C.
1,25 Thespians 3,45 Junior Class Play
35 Hi-Y 35 Choir 3,4,0fficer 45 Musical
Pep Club 1,2,35 Y-Teens 15 Y.F.C. 1,
25 Intramurals 1,25 J.C.L. l,2,35 Bowl-
Bowling 1,25 J.C.L. 1,25 Industrial 2,4.
Y.F.C. l,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer l,3.
St. Joseph High School 1,25 Football
45 Musical 4.
Blue Springs High School 15 Basketball
25 Homeroom Officer 35 Football 4.
Y.F.C. l,2,35 Homeroom Officer l,3,45
Track QManagerj 25 T.T.T. 4.
Football l,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Home-
room Officer 1,25 Class Officer 35
T-Club 3,45 Boys State 35 Student
Council 3,4, President 45 Turnerite
Rovality 45 National Honor Society 4.
J.C.L. 1,35 Y.F.C. 1,2,35 Homeroom
Officer 3,45 Choir 3,45 Musical 3,45
Quill gl Scroll 45 Junior Class Play 45
Senior Play 45 Booster Staff 45
Turnerite Staff 4.
Student Council Representative 15 Pep
Club l,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Y.F.C. 1,
2,35 Homeroom Officer 3,4.
H-Y 1,25 Radio Club 1,2,3, Officer 2,35
Homeroom Officer 1,35 Student Council
Representative 2,35 Art Club Officer
2,35 Junior Achievement Officer 2,35
Literary Society Officer 35 Boys State
35 Quill Sr Scroll 3,45 Booster Staff 45
Turnerite Staff 45 Turnerite Royality
45 National Honor Society 4.
Pep Club 25 J.C.L. 35 Y-Teens 35
Bowling 45 Health Careers Club 4.
Junior Stunt Night 15 Bowling 4.
Band 1,2,35 J.C.L. 15 Pep Band 25
T.T.T. 45 Hi-Y 4.
Football 15 Pep Band 2,35Intramurals.
3,45 Hi-Y 45 Royal Court 4.
Y-Teens 1,25 Band1,2,3,45 Intramurals
15 Y.F.C. 2,3.
Band l,2,35 Y.F.C. 25 Hi-Y3,45 Spanish
Club 35 Intramurals 4.
Y.F.C. 1,25 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Student
Council Representative 25 Homeroom
Officer 2,35 Stunt Night 2.
J.C.L. 15 Y.F.C. 1,25 Industrial Ed-
ucation Club 1,25 Booster Staff 45
Turnerite Staff 45 Quill 81 Scroll 45
Boy's Bowling 45 T.T.T. 4.
Football 15 Track 15 Homeroom Officer
Homeroom Officer 1,2,45 Pep Club 1,
2,3,45 Letter Girl 45 Girls Bowling
l,2,3,45 Spanish Club 3,4, Officer 3,45
Student Council 3,45 Student Council
Y.F.C. 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Homeroom
Officer l,2,3,45 Intramurals 15 Girl's
Bowling 1,2,35 T.T.T. 1,25 Stunt Night
2,35 J.C.L. 35Choir3,45 StudentCouncil
3,45 Royal Court 4.
Y.F.C. 1,2,35 Library Assistant 2,3.
Y.F.C. l,2,35 Y-Teens 2,45 Health Ca-
reers 45 Homeroom Officer 45 National
Honor Society 4.
Homeroom Officer 1,45 Basketball 25
Tennis 25 T.T.T. 25 Hi-Y 2,3.
Football 1,2,3,45 Track 2,35 T-Club 3,4.
Intramurals 1,25 Y.F.C. 2,35 Usher's
Club 3,45 Girl's Bowling 3,45 Choir
45 Musical 45 Homeroom Officer 4.
Football l,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,35
Track 1,25 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,45
Y.F.C. l,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 45
Whitaker, Roy L.
Discussion Club 2,35 Chess Club 25
Debate 35 Junior Play 3,45 Senior
Play 45 Student Council Representative
45 National Honor Society 4.
Industrial Education Club 3,4.
Pep Club 1,2,35 Y-Teens 15 Intramurals
1,25 J.C.L. 1,2,35 Girl's bowling1,2,35
Homeroom Officer 25 Stunt Night 25
Y.F.C. 35 Choir 3,45 Quill Sz Scroll
3,45 Booster Staff 45 Turnerite Staff 4.
Wilson, Mary Ann
Y-Teens 1,25 Intramurals 15 Band 1,
2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Y.F.C. 25 Home-
room Officer 35 Girl's State 3.
Y.F.C. 1,2,35 Y-Teens1,25 Intramurals
1,25 Pep Club 2,35 Homeroom Officer 4.
Wistrom, Dennis E.
J.C.L. 15 Y.F.C. 1,2,35 Hi-Y 2,3,4.
Leed High School, Leed, South Dakota 15
Pep Club 25 Girl's Bowling 25 Quill
gl Scroll 3,4.
Y.F.C. 1,25 Pep Club 2.
Wray, Charles Lee
Homeroom Officer 1,3,45 Student
Council Representative 35 Spanish Club
45 Literary Society 45 Hi-Y 45 Intra-
murals 45 Stunt Night 45 Boy's Bowl-
ing 45 National Honor Society 4.
Pep Club 1,2,3,45Y.F.C.1,2,3,45Home-
room Officer 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 15
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Sharon Arnold . .
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Donald Bain . .
Connie Baxter .
Bob Beery . . .
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Bill Breyer . .
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Carl Brown . . .
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Kenneth Elam .
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Olin Everhart .
Judy Fain . . .
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Larry Gage . .
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Jack Generaux .
Donald Gentry .
Carol Giesick .
Gary Gilley . .
John Gilman . .
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Robert Howard .
Dennis Howell . .
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Ricky McCoy . .
Linda McKinley .
Patricia Medina .
Gene Mertz. . .
George Moore '. .
Larry Moore . .
Rebecca Muro . .
Daniel Nutt . .
Leta O'Neal . .
Linda Palmer . . .
Mike Pankey . . .
Terry Peek . . .
Terry Perkins . .
Joe Pollock . . .
Charles Potter .
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Terry Reade . . .
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. . 47,77,127,l33
. . . . . . . 127
. . . . . . 127
. . 76,84,127
. . . . 55,127
. . . 55,89,127
Richard Benton . .... 70,77,
Walter Berry . . . . . 89,
Janet Bichel . .
Carol Bigler . . .
Floyd Birdsong . .
Michael Boan ......... 89,
Patricia Bolt .. 40,57,6O,63,
Barbara Bosler ...... 4O,54,6O,
Diana Bradford .... 40,54,6O,
Connie Brandenburg . . . 41,63,
Judy Braswell .... .....
Anthony Brown . ...., .
Sandy Bryant . . . . 46,49,
Janet Brown 60,61,63,
Penny Broyles . ..... 63,
Terry Budimlija .... 56,
Frank Burton . .
Terry Bush .,..
Ginger Cain .
Joyce Clark . . .. .
Jackie Carroll ........ 63
Pamela Carroll ....... 40,127
Craig Cassidy . . 8O,84,89,9O,92,99,
Stephen Cathey 47,77,87,99,127
Michael Caton . 47,7O,77,87,127
Jerry Chambers .... 14,47,127
George Chandler ...... 127
Ronald Chapman ..... 127
Robert Cheek . . .... 47,127
Donald Clayborn ........ 127
James Clevenger . . . 4O,57,59,128
Michael Cleveland ...... 128
Walter Cochran ........ 128
Jacqueline Coffin 27,4l,46,56,128
Stephen Cole . . ....... 128
Pamela Cook . . . . 46,60,63,l28
Deborah Cope . . . . 50,54,
Karen Cordill , .
Annetta Cox . .
James Crafton .
Richard Crain .
Wilbur Criger .
Reba Criner . .
Cheri Crockett .
David Croskey .
Thomas Cummings .
John Davenport .
. . 128,
. . 45,87,
Michael Dempsey ...... 128,131
Kathy Dickens ......, 128,131
Bill Dickinsin ......... 128
Kriste Dickson . 8,43,45,46,52,63,
Gail Dillon .........., 132
Kenneth Dillon . . . 71,77,8O,82,83,128
J. Reese Dixon .......... 128
Glenn Dobbins .......... 128
Porter Donn . . . . 128
Rex Douglas . . . .... . 128
Michael Downey . 128
Steven Doyle . .
Carl Dugan . .
Paul Dunn . . .
Charles Eagle . . .
. . . . 47,
. . . . 77,
. . 47,87,93:
Jane Elson . . .
Linda Erskine .
Charles Espy . .
Connie Everett .
Vicki Everhart .
Joyce Feighner .
Linda Felt . . 6
Kathy Fewin . . .
David Fisher . .
.' .' '54,57,
. . 60,
. . . . . 128,
Sharon Foster . . '40,4l,61,63,
James Foust . . .
Glinda Fulgham .
Linda Fulgham .
Jay Gage ....
Janis Gamble . .
Donald Gardner .
John Gartin . . .
John Gibbons .
Edward Gill . . .
David Green . .
Michael Grindel .
Elmer Hahner . .
Connie Hall .
Linda Hammer .
John Hammond .
Michael Haney .
Sandre Harding '.
Gary Harris . . .
Rodney Harris .
Ronnie Harris .
Merry Hart . . .
Steve Hart . .
Dorita Harvey .
Gary Hayes . . .
Lois Henry . . .
Ernie Holloway .
Dorothy Holt , .
Micheal Horton .
William Houp .
Russell Jenkins .
Sandra Jacobs .
Arthur Johnson .
Kenneth Johnson .
Jon Johnson . . .
Phillip Johnson .
Steve Johnson .
Larry Jones .
Marie Keck . .
Clyde Kennedy . .
Sue Kenslow . . .
Bonnie Kessler .
Ronald Kietzman .
William Kiff . .
Glena Killough .
Janet Kimler . .
Sharron Knight .
Ronald Kresyman .
Ray Lofton . . .
Elizabeth Lee . . . .
Harold Ligon . .
Jennifer Lillard . . .
y . . .
Michael Lorfing . . . . .
Artie Loveall . .
John Macon ....
John Magill ....
Richie Malone . .
Sharyn Manning . .
Ronnie Martin . . .
. . . . 47,79,128
. . 128,132
. . '47,l32
. . . . 50,129
. . . . . . 129
. , . 45,50,129
. . 47,89,129
. . 46,
. . 129,131
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. . . . 129
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. . 129
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. . . 129
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. . . 129
. . . 43,129
. . 40,42,l29
. .... 129
. . 71,76,129
. . . . 129
. . . 129
. . 63,7129
. . . 77,99,129
. . . . . . . 129
. . . . . . . . 129
. . . . . . . . 129
. . . . . . . .129
Jane Mason . . .
Lana Mawhiney .
Harold May . .
Ronald Maybell .
Mary McCoy . . .
Jana McCrary .
Joel McCurry .
Ronald McGee .
Janet McGuire .
Jack McHenry u. .
David Meditz . .
Russell Meier .
Rex Merrill . . .
Leslie Milam . .
Donald Miller .
Fred Miller . .
Linda Miller .
Peggy Miller . .
Sandre Miller .
John Mixer . .
Gerald Moore . .
Russell Moore .
Janet Morche . .
Cynthia Morgan .
Johnny Moyer .
Terry Nealey . .
John Neighbors .
Curtis Nichols .
Don Nolan . . .
Thomas O'Neal .
Marcia O'Neal .
Dennis Osteen .
Phillip Page .
Fred Palmer .
Steve Park . .
Betty Parks . .
Larry Parsons .
Franklin Payne .
Cheryl Peek . .
Pamela Peters .
Randy Poletis . .
Cynthia Politte .
Mike Potchad .
Susan Potchad . .
Doris Prather .
Cathie Preston .
Maria Price . .
Charles Renne .
Paul Ring . . .
Diane Ritter .
Carl Roach . . .
John Robertson .
Beverly Roe . . .
Carolyn Ronn . .
Marlene Runions .
William Russell .
Robert Sams . . .
Diana Schoff . .
. ' 7'l,'77,
' I '40,'4i,54I
. . . .57
. ' '7'0,.77,87
. . 71,80,
. . 6
. . 47,52,71.,7'9,
. . . . . . . . 130
. , . 47,7l,76,77,
. . . . 57,60,
. . . 63,
. . . . 63,
Cheryl Schumaker .
Mary Ann Schell . .
Donald Scott .
Louis Scott .
Jon Shiffer . .
Carol Short . .
Joyce Sigler .
Linda Simmons .
John Skinner . . .
Suzanna Skwarlo . .
Tom Sloan . . ,
Linda Smith . .
Smith,B. . .
Wesley Smith . .
Deborah Spindler .
Larry Stanbaugh .
Alvin Stewart . , .
Helen Stites . . .
Sharon Storms . .
William Storms .
Rita Strain . . . .
Sharon Sullivan . .
Terry Taylor .
Patti Teeters .
Linda Thomas . .
Nancy Tibbetts .
Lloyd Tidwell . .
Herbert Tiner .
Joseph Todd . .
Wanda Todd . .
Vivian Tolbard .
Lydia Trout ....
William Walden .
Linda Wall . . .
Peggy Waugh .
Cynthia Webb . .
Fred Wells . . .
Sharon Wheeler .
Eddie Whitsc . .
Eiizabeth wiiiberdih' ' ' ' ' '
Cynthia Wicinski .
Richard Wilson, E.
Richard M, Wilson
Rachel Winters .
Wanda Wright .
Kelly Wylie .
Mary Young. . .
David Abel . . .
Brenda Adams .
Jackie Adams .
Thomas Arnold .
Connie Ashlock .
Carolyn Atkins .
Peggy Atkinson . .
Stephen Barbrick .
Michael Barnes .
Cheryl Barnett .
Kathy Barnett .
Emma Baxter . .
Patty Baxter . . .
Michael Beard . .
Mike Bender , .
Ivan Berry . . .
Patricia Berry . .
Peggy Berry .
. . . . 63,99,l31
. , . . . . 131
. . . . 71,131
. . 131
. . . . , . . . 131
. . . . . . . . 131
. . 8,106,
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, . . 47,55,132
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. . 132
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. . . 117
. . . . 117
. . . 106,117
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. . 22,117
. . . . 50,117
. . . 23,85,117
. . . . . . . 117
. . . . 60,117,124
. . . . 60,117
Donald Best ,
Susan Betcher .
Mike Biar ,,,,
Susan Bixler . .
David Blakely .
Elaine Blanton ,
Robert Boettcher .
George Bogard .
Ronald Boggs .
Leslie Bohrer .
Galen Bradley .
Ginger Brown .
Danny Brown .
Terry Brown . .
Don Buick ....
Dennis Butler ,
Ronnie Butler ,
Larry Cain . . .
Earl Cameron .
Joan Carrillo .
Jim Carey , , ,
Lloyd Carter . .
Carolyn Chapin .
Jim Conkling. . .
Ronald Cook . .
Jack Coons . . .
Cindy Cooper .
Sandy Cornelius .
Lois Coyazo . . .
Michael Coyazo ,
Linda Crowder .
Rex Davenport .
Regina Davis , ,
Robin Davis . . .
Patricia Denolf . . .
Trudy Devolder .
Kathy DeWitte .
Kathryn Dexter .
John Divine . . .
Karen Downey . .
Muriel Drake . . .
Elizabeth Dugan .
Harry Dunn . , .
Claudette Eaton .
Paulette Eaton .
Shirley Eaton . .
Linda Edrington .
Sharron Elam .
Michawl Ellis . .
Phyllis Ellis . . .
Linda Everhart . .
Shirley Evertson .
Judith Fauser ,
Dorothy Ferson .
Donald Fisher ,
Linda Foley . . .
Renee Ford . . .
Shirley Foster .
Dan Fuller . . .
Robert Garley .
Victoria Gass . .
Clayton Gates .
. . .58,6O,
. . 63
. . 54
. . . 47
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. . 59
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. . 63
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Connie Gentry . .
Judy Gerdes .
Nancy Gill . . .
Bonnie Gilley . .
Charles Gilyeat .
Gloria Ginn . . .
James Gladieux . .
James Graham . .
Robroy Graham .
Terry Graham .
Pamela Gray .
Robert Green . . .
Anne Grossarth . .
Bob Guffy . . .
Cheri Guilkey ,
Calvin Guy . .
James Hague . .
Frank Hahner .
Cathy Hall . . . .
Ronnie Hall . .
Richard Hale . .
Edna Hamlett . .
Diane Hand , ,
Jo Ann Harding .
Carolyn Harrell .
Eddie Harris . . .
Donald Harrison .
Edwin Hart ....
Vicke Hart . . .
Joyce Hartless ,
Sanford Hartzler .
Roberta Harvey .
Nick Heidrich . . .
Donald Helmick .
William Higgins .
JOy Hill ......
Don Hinote , ,
Mary Hodge . . .
Marcia Holenbeck .
Lucinda Lolloman .
Micheal Holmes .
David Holloway .
Roger Howell . . .
Betty Huff ....
Sandra Huffman .
Herbert Hughey .
Fredra Huskey . .
Carol Hutton . . .
Gary Hylton . . .
Donald Ingram .
Linda Jackson . ,
Kathryn James . .
Richard Jameson .
Linda Jenkins , ,
Donna Johnson . .
Jill Johnson . .
Jim Johnson .
Jon Johnson ....
Larry Johnson . .
Ralph Johnson .
Jerry Jones .
Susan Jones . .
Vernon Jones , ,
Angela Joyce .
Teddy Keith , ,
Michael Kelley ,
Walter Kendall , ,
Julia Kinder . . .
John Kleoppel . .
Carole Kring .
Jo Ann Kuhnen . .
Alice Kuhns . . .
Vicke Lamar . , ,
Toni Lanaman , ,
Linda Land .
. . 3,11,62,63
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Janet Laningham .
Linda Leap ....
JGHHEHG Lee . . . . .
Donna Link . . .
Ardys Littlefield .
Michael Lobb . .
. . 106,
Peggy Lockwood . . . 45,
Richard Lohrey .
Susan Lucas .
Carol Luce . . .
Rex Lyons . . .
George Mahler, Jr
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Marvin Main .... . . 87,
Terry Manis . . . . . 77,
Karne Mansell .
Shirley Martin .
Carolyn Maxwell .
William Maxwell .
Glenn McCoy . ,
Marion Mckey . .
Leann McLenon .
Ronnie Medley . .
Terri Meginn .
James Michael . .
Lois Middleton . .
Stephen Milam .
Larry Milford .
Harry Miller .
Linda Miller . .
Sherrie Miller .
Pamela Minteer .
Eric Moats . . .
Jon Montgomery . .
Vicki Moore . .
William Moore .
Beverly Morris .
. ' 22,46,63,
. . . . 47,
. .. 63,
. . . 63,
Rickie Moyer . . . . . . .
Janice Myers . . . .
Jan Neighbors . .
Ronnie Newton .
Richard Norris .
James North . . .
Carole Nutt . . .
Patricia Oswald . .
Sharon Owen .
Gail Paden .
Wendy Paden .
Donna Page , , ,
John Page , . .
Brenda Parks .
Bonnie Payne .
. . 50,60,63,
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Kathryn Peek . . . .
William Perkins .
Gene Pettey . .
Paulette Place .
Charles Poe . .
Kathy Poe ,
Mary Pond . . .
Michael Poston .
Gregory Potter .
Clyde Powell .
Jack Precht , ,
James Precht .
. . . , 77,87,
. , . .47,
Lynn Precht .
Terry Precht .
Jerry Pretz . . .
Sheryl Raudan . f
L awrence Rank .
Janet Reade , .
Thomas Reed .
Mary Richards .
Roger Ring .....
Bonita Rogers .
Mary Ross .....
Frank Routh . .
Denise Rowe .
James Rowe . .
Stephen Rowe .
Judith Roy . . .
Mike Sanders .
Joan Sandt . . .
Mark Schneider .
Dennis Shirley .
Sharron Siler .
Donald Singer .
Vicki Slankard .
Geran Smith .
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. . . 121
. . , . 121
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. . . . 47,121
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. . . . 60,121
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. . . . 122
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James Smith .
John Smith . . .
Terry Smith . .
Jeanette South .
Gary Spaits .
Larry Sparks .
Dale Staley ......
Connie Stevens .
Jerry Stevens . .
David Stewart .
Charles Stites .
Edward Stimac .
Steve Stober .
Michael Stone .
Rickey Stone . .
Stephen Storer . .
John Stump . .
Gary Sweet ....
Nancy Teeters . .
John Thornton . .
Paula Tisdale .
Jean Todd . . .
Andria Torrey . .
Larry Tribile . .
Donald Turner .
Ronnie Tush . .
Timothy Tyson .
Thomsa Tyson .
. . . 85,
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Dennis Vanderpool .
Gretchen Van Sant . . . , .
David Vaughan . .
Keith Vogts . .
Joe Wacker . .
Dennis Walker . .
Susan Walker . .
Lonna Wallace .
David Walters . .
Rickey Walton .
Arno Warnke .,..
Mett Wathen .......
Marcia Wesoloske .
Karen Wheeler ....
Jimmy White . . .
Roy Wiggins . .
Richard Wiley .
Connie Williams .
David Williams .
Michael Williams .
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James Wilson . . . . . . . .
Theron Gale Wilson
Josephine Winsky .
Terry Winsky . . .
Sharon Witt . . .
Judy Wright .
Larry Wright .
Sharon Wyrick .
Sandra Yeager .
Don York . . .
Joseph York . . .
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