Turner High School - Turnerite Yearbook (Kansas City, KS)
- Class of 1969
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Text from Pages 1 - 198 of the 1969 volume:
Turner High School
Kansas City, Kansas
Staff Marie JenkinsaSenior Class Editor
Susan Jaster4Editor-in-Chief Jetty Leach-Junior Class Editor
Linda Bider-Assistant Chief Bonnie Bethard-Sophomore Class Editor
Jackie AlbertsonaCopy Editor Geneva Witt4Faculty Edtior
Annie MoorefSports Editor Belinda ElsburyfBusiness and Advertising Manager
Bob Marvine4Sports Editor Debbie Mitchellflndex Editor
Roxie Tush4Student Life Editor Cherie Clancy-Senior Summaries Editor
Kathy WayfOrganizations Editor Karen Winslow, Bill MillerePhotographers
Cover Designed by Karen Greninger
When a student receives his high school annual, With
it he receives an immortal remembrance of high school
To some people that remembrance is laughing at
their pictures one day, and crying over the same pic-
ture the next day. Itls only, for others, an every year
occurance that comes every spring.
With the changing of the seasons comes a change in
the activities occurring around the school.
Each season brings a new and exciting event varying
from orientation to graduation.
The 1969 TURNERITE Will serve as a remembrance,
sad or happy, and to many of the graduating seniors a
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Cheerleaders .... . . . 8- 10
PepClub .... 12-15
Pep Assemblies . . . . . . 16
Football .... . . . 17- 22
Mixers ..... . . . 23
Homecoming .... . . . 24- 27
G.A.A. ..... . . . 28- 29
Play ..... . . . 30- 31
Cross Country. . . . . . 32- 33
As a new class of sophomores entered the halls of Turn-
er, a fresh wave of enthusiam and a promise of a successful
year at Turner came with them.
The class of '71 began the first of their successes with
Six of the sophomore girls gaining positions on the J.V.
cheerleading squad. Along with cheerleading came sports,
which brought many sophomore boys out for football, bas-
ketball and track.
The class of ,7l should prove to be one of the finest to
grace the halls of Turner.
As the seasons pass and their years at Turner fly, they
will grow to be successful members of society, contributing
to the prosperity of Turner.
The new students at Turner walk through the halls,
looking over their new school.
Mr. Horton Bolin, vice-principal, looks on as sophomores
congregate in the halls.
Students wait in line to pay their book rental fee the first
day of school.
Mr. Lawhorn, principal, addresses the class of '71 while the teachers Wait Kim Haden, sophomore, tries out
to be introduced. for the J.V. squad.
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Sophomores pay their fees and begin their first year at Turner High School.
Cheer Golden Bears
The Varsity Cheerleaders take on a large responsibility
at Turner High School. They lead the Pep Club at games
and pep assemblies in cheers to promote school spirit. They
do their utmost to encourage the Bears to VICTORY!
During the summer the cheerleaders attended the Inter-
national Cheerleading Foundation Camp at Manhattan,
Kansas. They learned new cheers and pompom routines.
During the Week they competed against fifty other schools
and brought home the black and gold grand championship
ribbon. They were graded on cheers, pompom routines,
jumps, tumbling, pep enthusiasm and their improvement
over the Week.
By sponsoring the Mr. Legs Contest, the cheerleaders
raised money to buy new uniforms. Their brightly colored
and attractive uniforms added sparkle and spirit to all the
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omore or Junior in Pep Club and maintaining a "C" average
throughout the school year.
The J.V.'s help participate with the varsity cheerleaders
at pep assemblies Also these girls promote spirit and help
cheer the J.V. boys to victory.
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Promotes Good Sportsmanship
At State Tournament
T-Club consists of all athletes who have earned a varsity
letter in any sport or two J.V. letters in the same sport.
The purpose is to promote good sportsmanship and to
encourage fellowship among sportsmen.
T-Club members deserve recognition for supporting
Turners basketball boys at the State Tournament in Wichita.
T-Club members are Steve Howard, President, Rodney Guy,
Vice-President, Robert Feaster, Secretary, Mark Matney,
Treasurer, Raymon Feaster, Sgt. of Arms.
T-Club members are frow onej Mr. Baker, Rod Guy, Tim Griffin, Tim Ireland, Stan Frownfelter, Alan Swartz, Tom Spradl-
ing, Steve Howard, Steve Cook, Mr. Shoemaker. frow twoj Bob Harbour, Raymon Feaster, Rick Kelley, Jeff James, Sam
Fry, Ralph Wallace, Mike Pettey. frow threej John Harris, Rick Staples, Fred Weidner, Dick Reaka, Bud Martin, Robert
Feaster, Mike Pretch. frow fourj Terry Payne, Gary Heatwole, Tom Owens, Dennis Morrison, Jim Wicinski, Gary Taylor,
Senior Sgt. of Arms
Linda Bozarth Vicki Jacobs
Program Chairman Junior Sgt. of Arms
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Back 69, Bears
One of the most important organizations in the high
school is the Pep Club. Their job was to develop school spir-
it and back all athletic events. The Pep Club showed much
improvement this year. They doubled their size and tripled
their spirit. The Pep Club took their spirit all the Way to
Wichita to watch the Golden Bears play in the State Tour-
nament. Although not too active at the beginning of the
year the boys Pep Club, consisting of over 150 boys,
showed much enthusiasm at the State Tourney.
Varsity Cheerleaders show enthusiasm as they walk in Sarah McBride, the bear mascot
a snake dance.
Lettergirls are Nancy Crowder, Linda Bozarth, Lana Ring, Pat Plough, Debbie Ferbazar, Linda Sims, Annie Moore, and
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Turner's Pep Club supports the basketball squad at the State Tournament.
Pep Club shows School spirit as cheerleaders yell VICTORY!
at C C C
During football games the stadium is over-crowded
with cheering Pep Club members,
Turner Students show their school spirit before leaving
to the State Tournament.
The day of home basketball, and football games, a pep
assembly was held to boost the spirit of the students as Well
as the players.
On important days such as Homecoming or a special bas-
ketball game, the letter girls and cheerleaders, entertain the
student body with a skit to fit the occasion.
The assemblies proved to be a great asset as the Bears
Went on to be Co-Champs in football and fourth in State
Basketball at the tournament in Wichita, Kansas.
Mr. Hamilton directs the pep band, made up of select
band members, at one of the many pep assemblies.
Bob Houp, senior, plays at one of the pep assemblies held
to boost thc spirit ofthe students and faculty.
The enthusiasm of pep assemblies is shown on the faces of the pep club as they attempt to out-yell the T-Club.
The Turner Golden Bears, coached by Bruce Bowman,
finished their 1968 football season sharing the E. K. L.
crown with Bonner High School. Each team finished with a
4-1 record in E. K. L. standings. The Argentine Mustangs
handed the Bears their only loss in E. K. L. competition.
Outstanding performances came from numerous mem-
bers ofthe team. Alan Swarts was selected as a defensive
back on the all E. K. L. team and an offensive back on the
All-Area Team. Other members of Turner's team who were
chosen for the All E. K. L. team were: Rod Guy, lineback-
erg Robert Feaster, centerg and Tom Spradling, offensive
Although half of the starting team were seniors and
won't be returning next year, Coach Bowman has great po-
tential injuniors such as Tom Owen, who started as quar-
terback this season, Jim Wicinski, flankerg and Sam Fry,
who averaged 41 yards a punt. These juniors will plan an
important part in the forming of next yearis E. K. L.
Bruce Bowman, Head Coach
Fighting Bears Never Quit!
Rod Guy, Robert Feaster, Tom Spradling, and Alan Swarts
were chosen for the ALL E.K.If. team.
Crow onej Coach Bruce Bowman, Bob Bain, Terry Payne, Don Etherton, Bob Keck, Glen Swischer, Charles Herring, Ray-
mon Feaster, Greg Bell, Mike Pretch, Assistant Coach Dean Bochardt. Crow twoj Assistant Coach Fred Fisher, Tim Griffin,
Rod Guy, Ralph Wallace, Jim Wiciniski, Mike Miller, Fred Weidner, Steve Cook, Robert Feaster, Troy Peck, Larry Vail, As-
sistant Coach Roy Johanson, Crow threej Jon James, Steve Howard, Dick Reaka, Nelson Onstott, Gary Taylor, Rick Kelley,
Roger Barnett, Tom Spradling, Chuck McWilliams, Mike Bessey, Steve Arnold. Crow fourj Jeff James, Tom Barnett, Tom
Owen, Alan Swarts, Buddy Martin, Stan Frownfelter, Tim Ireland, Dennis Morrison, Sam Fry.
Rod Guy talks over the next defensive play with
Assistant Coach Roy Johanson.
Alan Swarts runs a sweep trying to get away from an
One of the many plays run from offense proves to be a different story on the field than on paper.
Tom Spradling shows his displeasure when the
referee calls a personal foul against one of his fel-
low team members.
Jim Wicinski goes for a touchdown against O'Hara.
Steve Howard, captain, was put out of action during the Tom Owen, quarterback, carries the ball but runs into
season, when he broke his arm during a Bonner game. some trouble from the O,Hara defensive line'
The Junior Varsity football team, coached by Dean
Borchardt, ended their '68 football season with an overall
record of 4 wins and 4 losses. Their wins were over Miege.
Sumner, Bonner. and Olathe. They were defeated by Shaw-
nee Mission North, Shawnee Mission West. Ottawa. and
Junior Varsity lettermen for the l968 season were: Bob
Allison, Jim Barclay, Steve Benton, Staev Crabaugh, Hal
Eden, Bill Edwards, Bob Fain, Don Fitch, Charles Herring,
Greg Bell. Nelson Onstott, Troy Peck, Ron Purinton, Steve
Rice, Don Smith, Glenn Swisher, Jack Twibell, and Bell
Many of these boys will be back next year to help make
up the varsity squad and also the junior varsity team.
frow onej Larry Vail, manager, Don Fitch, Bill Parsons, Leslie Dobbins Bob Allison Glenn Swisher Terry Payne Steve
Rice, Greg Bell. frow twoj Jon James, Steve Benton, Kenny Briggs Charles Herring Bill Wilson Troy Peck Randy
Murphy, Jim Barclay, Don Smith, Bob Fain. frow threej Ron Purinton Mike Pettey Jerry Sams Stan Fitch Tom Barnett
Sam Fry, Bill Edwards, Mark Payne, Dennis Smith, Mike Precht manager Crow fourj Dennis Morrison Rick Kelley Hal
Eden, Steve Crabaugh, Tim Ireland, Jack Twibell, Mike Miller Nelson Onstott
This yearis sophomore football team, coached by Mr.
Hubert Waugh, ended their ,68 season with a 5-2 record.
Their only two losses were against Olathe and Shawnee
Mission South. Teams which the sophs defeated were Shaw-
nee Mission North, Washington, Wyandott, Argentine, and
Two outstanding sophomores who led the team to such a
fine record were Mike Pettey and Steve Crabaugh. Pettey led
the team in all offensive areas and Crabaugh led the defense
with the most tackles. Many of this year's team members
will be playingjunior varsity football and some varsity next
Mr. Waugh, sophomore football coach.
Crow onej Paul James, Rick Bessey, Joe Salinas, Mike Winslow, Richard Urie, Loren Griffin, Danny Jones. Crow twoj Ron-
ald Richey, David Gutslienritter, Dennis Sigler, Louis Bernal, Don Fitch, Bill Dressler, Ray Hardmane, Dennis Wilbers. Crow
threej Larry Wilson, Mike Vail, Mike Knight, Steve Rice, Leslie Dobbins, Jeff Sharp, Steve Briles, Bill Parsons, Denny
Brown. Crow fourj Bob Bryon, Tom Kelley, Vernon Ferguson, Keith Halch, Bill Barlow, Jim Barclay, Kenny Briggs, Denny
Tobb, Calvin Stewart, Bill Weems. Crow fivej Danny Michael, Jim Bartmess, Randy Murphy, Mitch Rusk, Jim Richman, Bob
Allison. Vaughan Hefner, Jack Hart, Phil Francis, Richard Marvel. Crow sixj Terry June, Jerry Rogers, Bill Edwards, Steve
Craubaugh, Stan Fitch, Ron Allison, Gerold Myer, Mike Pettey, Jeffy Sams, Mark Payne.
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Voted alVIr. Legs"
The Mr. Legs contest was sponsored by the varsity cheer-
leaders to raise money for new uniforms.
The five nominated candidates were: Steve Howard,
nominated by varsity cheerleadersg Mike Pettey, junior var-
sity cheerleadersg Steve Cook, seniorsg Terry Payne,juniorsg
and Steve Craubaugh, sophomores,
The student body voted on their choice for a penny a
vote. They were allowed to vote as often as they wished.
The winner was announced at a special assemblyg Cathy
Webb, head varsity cheerleader, presented Steve Howard
with a model leg and he was then wheeled around the gym
in a decorated wagon on a victory ride.
The winning legs of Steve Howard are voted by the stu
dents as the best looking legs of any boy at Turner.
The "Mr Legsw assembly is fun for all as the contestants are wheeled in on wagons and the winner presented a plaster
of paris model of a leg.
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Terri Greninger Reigns
At 31st Annual Homecoming
The 31st annual Homecoming football game was October
30th, with a victory over the Ottawa Cyclones and the
crowning of Terri Greninger, senior candidate, as 1968-
1969 Homecoming Queen. Terri's attendants were Kathy
Way, Beth Park and Debbie Decoster.
Several organizations prepared a float under the leader-
ship of Miss Swartz and Mr. Don Bell. The crown shaped
float was designed by the queenls sister, Karen Greninger.
Before the game, there was a snake dance to arouse school
The Homecoming dance was November lst, in the school
gymnasium. 'gThe Blue Velvets", played for the dance.
At top, Terri Greninger cries tears ofjoy.
Steve Howard stands with the tlower girl, Mary
Elizabeth Carvan, and the crown bearer, Marc Syring.
Terri Greninger, 1968-1969 Homecoming
Queen, sits at the top ofthe float.
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Girls, Volleyball Team
Takes First at K.U.
G.A.A. encourages girls to take an active part in sports
and to develop good sportsmanship. This year's officers
were: Annie Moore, presidentg Cathy Webb, vice-president,
Nancy Crowder, secretary-treasurer, and Joy Littlefield,
Bowling intramurals were held on Wednesdays with
basketball, volleyball, badminton and gymnastics rounding
out the intramural program on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Participation points were given were to girls staying for
intramurals. After 200 points were acquired a girl was
eligible to try out for G.A.A. Seven skill tests were set up
by members of G.A.A. Six out of 7 of these tests must have
been passed before becoming a member of G.A.A.
The girls, volleyball team, chosen at the beginning of the
year, practiced four nights a week and competed in 8 sports-
days during the year. Team members this year were: Annie
Moore, captain, Cathy Webb, Jetty Leach, Deb Ferbezar,
Skeeter Wood, Cheryl Hutton, Linda Kresyman, Vicki Mc-
Clintic, and Susie Kelly. The practices after school and the
coaching by Mrs. Saul, sponsor, helped this year's team
bring back a trophy from every sportsday they attended.
They placed first at a sportsday held at Kansas University in
Lawrence and also received a first place trophy at a sports-
day held here at Turner.
Mrs. Saul, Girl's Physical Education teacher, spends
four nights out of the week sponsoring intramurals for girls
and coaching the girls' volleyball team.
G.A.A. members for 1968-69.
After receiving the lst place trophy at their own sportsday
the Turner team carry their coach, Mrs. Saul, off the court.
Debbie Ferbezar sets the ball up for a spike while
Cheryl Hutton is ready to assist.
Displaying the lst place trophy they won at Kansas University are frow onej Susie Kelley, Annie
Moore, captaing Skeeter Wood. frow twoj Debbie Ferbezar, Vicki McClintic, Mrs. Saul, coach, Cathy
Webb, Jetty Leach.
Turner High School and Taota presented the play In-
herit the Wind November 22 and 23.
Rev. Jeremiah Brown
Matthew Harrison Brady
Matthew Harrison Brady speaks with Reverend Jere
miah Brown at the conclusion.
Prospective juror Jesse H. Goodfellow is questioned concerning his beliefs on the Bible.
Hornbeek looks on as the opposing lawyer exchanges thoughts early in the trial.
Hornbeck challenges Rachel Brown's ideas concerning
truth ofthe Bible.
One of several heated clashes between Brady and
Drummond concerning the relatives worth ofthe Bible and
Darwins theory of evolution.
Bender and Davis Travel
To State Meet
Placing 4th in the East Kansas League Cross Country
Meet, the Turner Harriers finished a somewhat impressive
season. The results of the season's competition proved to be
as satisfying as last year's because of the tougher schedule
Lowell Davis and Gary Bender each secured a spot in the
top ten individual runners and traveled to Wamego. Kansas
for the State cross country meet. Turner's team as a whole
missed attending the state meet by only 12 points.
The Junior Varsity team also showed much potential
during the ,68 season. Finishing 3rd in the East Kansas
League, Junior Varsity Division, Coach Joe Denk is hopeful
for an E.K.L. championship in the 1969 season.
Jim Gaither crosses the finish line of
the long cross country run.
Joe Denk is in his Znd year as head coach ofthe cross
Senior captain, Lowell Davis, proves to be a great
asset to the Turner Harrierls team.
Junior, Randy Miller, earns his second letter in varsity
Gary Bender runs in the state meet at Wamego,
Larry Ryder showing the stress and strain of a cross Richard Bradley practices hard and performs Weil dur-
country runner. ing the ,68-769 season.
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National Honor Society .... . . . 42
Scholarship Recognition . . . . . . 43
Wrestling .... . . . 44- 47
Play ......... . . . 48 - 49
Turnerite Royalty . . . .... 48A - 51A
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69' BE RS TAKE FOURTH
The Golden Bears. by Winning their own 4A regional, ad-
vanced to the 4A state tourney held in Wichita. The Black
and Gold won their first game handing Garden City a 77-62
loss, behind Buddy Martin's tournament record 32 points,
to advance to the semi-finals against Sumner. Sumner
proved to be too hard to handle as the Bears lost in over-
time, 60-58, despite Mark Matney's 27 last half points. The
following night the Turner squad finished out the tourney,
and the season dropping the last game 79-65 , with Matney
tallying 31 points, leaving the record 16-7.
The '68-69 basketball season started out on a bright note
With Turner winning its first five games including the E.K.L.
pre-season tournament for the fourth straight year.
The Bears found themselves victim's of non-league foes,
Sumner, Junction City, and Ward, but stung Salina, Meige
and S.M. East, during the regular season.
In E.K.L. play Turner shared the championship by
bombing Bonner Springs 60-38 in the final game at Bonner.
With this victory the Bears closed out the league with a 8-2
Matney received all-state, all-tourney, all-area, and all-
league honors, Martin made all-area,and all-league, while
Alan Awarts grabbed an all-league birth.
The Bears take atime out during their first game at the
State Tournament against Garden City.
Mark Matney, Buddy Martin, Claude Thurman, Alan Swarts, Stan Frownfelter, Tim Ireland, Dennis Morrison, Chuck Reade,
Jim Wicinski, Mike Lyons, Steve Cook, Hal Eden, manager.
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After a hard, well fought season the Golden Bears fin-
ished With a record of 8 Wins and 8 loses. Coach Bochart
was pleased with the progress the boys made throughout
the season. Jim Wisinski played good ball for the reserves
and landed a spot on the varsity team and a trip to the state
Calvin Van Sant and Tim Ireland fight for the rebound
against an Ottawa opponent.
Qrow onej Mike Pettey, David Worthington, Nelson Onstott, Dennis Morrison, Tom Barnett, Terry Payne. frow twoj Scott
Steinmetz, Tim Worthington, Tom Owen, Greg Marshall, Doug Shutt, Tim Ireland.
Qrow onej Jerry Sams, Danny Michael, Jim Bartmess, Cranson Horst, Jim Barclay, Jeff Sharp, Don Fitch. Crow twoj
Varghn Hafner, Mark Payne, Geoff Myer, Bruce Down, Steve Crabargh, Bill Edwards, Mike Pettey, Dennis Smith.
frow onej George Thomas, Steve Rice, Mike Williams, Jack Joyce, Mike Tice, Mike Cox, Steve Burke, Steve Szcygiel.
frow twoj Vaughn Hafner, Jerry Davidson, Dan Turk, Dennis Wilson, Paul Joyce, Terry June, Randy Thurman, Gary
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Mr. Dean Borchardt
Assistant Varsity Coach
Mr. Hubert Waugh
J. V. Coach
Mr. Gerald Shoemaker
Mr. Joseph Denk
To be a member of the National Honor Society a student
must have the following qualifications. He must be of aca-
demic standard, have certain character traits, and at the end
of hisjunior year be in the upper 15? of his class.
The members vote among themselves and then the fac-
ulty votes. From the votes the top SLR are chosen to serve
through their senior year.
Mrs. Cheryl Osborn, Miss Mildred Cunningham, and Mr.
Stephen Earle served as sponsors.
Terry Wayne Fritts
Officers are Carol Singer, Kay Turk, and Steve Kibbee
Pat Plough Cynthis Steineger
Chuck Reade Pamela Stirling
Lana Ring Pamela Wallace
Paula Samuels Sally Waugh
New members of National Honor Society are initiated at a special assembly.
With New Coach
Golden Bears Improve
Headed by Coach Fisher and Assistant Coach, JoHanson
this years Wrestling team was proven to be one of the best.
At the end of the season the varsity team ended up with a
record of four Wins and three losses, and the junior vasrity
with a record of six wins and one loss.
This year the Wrestling Bears took third place in the
E.K.L. Varsity members who placed in the league were lst
place John Harris, 2nd Mike Luth and Ron Debaene, 3rd
Greg Bell, Rod Guy, Rick Staples and Bobby Merrell.
Finally when the regionals came up we had four of our
wrestlers who qualified. John Harris, Greg Bell, Rod Guy
and Mike Luth were the chosen ones.
Our next years wrestling team should also be very suc-
cessful with only five seniors leaving off of the varsity team.
There will be 7 returning lettermen, to help the team with
another great year of wrestling.
Mr. Fisher Mr. JoHanson
Head Varsity C0aCh Junior Varsity Coach
Captains Rod Guy and John Harris were chosen at the
end of the season by the team to be the most valuable
players. These boys led their team through a great season
Larry Vale, shown giving his opponent a Half-Nelson, during a varsity match.
f-S - all
Danny Andrews Rick Staples Bobby Merrell
95 lbs. 103 lbs. 112 lbs.
John Harris Greg Bell Kenny Briggs
120 lbs. 127 lbs. 133 lbs.
Ronnie DeBaene Rodney Guy Raymon Feaster
138 lbs. 145 lbs, 154 lbs.
Mike Luth Dick Reaka Ron Purinton
165 lbs. 180 lbs. heavy weight
Hank McCutchen and Mike Millhouse practicing new holds.
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Wrestling. sity meet.
Randy Miller, receiving the down position in a varsity match.
Varsity Crow onej Danny Andrews, Rick Staples, Bobby Merell, John Harris, Greg Bell, David Briggs, and Ron De-
Baene. frow twoj Roy Guy, Raymon F easter, Dick Reaka, and Ronnie Purington. Junior Varsity frow twoj Larry
Vale, Hank McCutchen, Mike Pretch, Randy Miller, Mark Santoyo, Troy Peck, Steve Benton. Crow fourj Bob Bryan,
Doug Walton, Charles Herring, Glen Swisher, and Gary Taylor.
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Mike Millhouse with a difficult hold on his opponent.
Mr. T.H.S. 1969
Miss T.H.S. 1969
Prince of Talent, John Wilson
Princess of Talent, Kathy Ashworth
Prince of Promise and Success, Mark Matney
Princess of Promise and Success, Juanita Wood
Prince of Personality, Stanley Frownfelter
Princess of Personality, Cindi Moore
Prince of Activities, Buddy Martin
Princess of Activities, Paula Kaiser
Prince of Charm, Chuck Reade.
Princess of Charm, Kathy Way.
Prince of Athletics, Alan Swartz
Princess of Athletics, Annie Moore
Prince of Fun and Mischief, Jeff James
Princess of Fun and Mischief, Linda Sims
Prince of Achievement, Steve Kibbee
Princess of Achievement, Pat Plough
Gets Standing Ovation
The annual musical was presented by the Music Depart-
ment March 21 and 22. This year's production, "The Sound
of Music", is by Rodgers and Hammerstein II. "The Sound
of Music", is about Maria Rainer leaving a nunnery to be-
come a governess to the von Trapp family. Maria marries
Captain von Trapp during the Nazi invasion of Austria and
flees with their children from the new government.
The cast for "Sound of Music" was:
Captain George von Trapp
Admiral Von Scheiber
The von Trapp children gather around their new governess
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Cindermen Perform Well
In ,69 Season
The 1969 track team, coached by Joe Baker, finished an
exciting and enthusiastic season in good style. The cinder-
men Worked together throughout the season preparing
themselves for competition in order to accomplish their
Joe Baker completed his 21 st year as head track coach
of Turner High School. His leadership and guidance has
helped to form outstanding track teams in the past years.
J oe Baker finishes another year as head track coach of
Turner High School.
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Bears cindermen take off on the half mile run with a
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Linksmen Show Improvement
From Past Years
With three returning lettermen, Coach Roy Johansen has
the potential for an E.K.L. Championship. Back from last
years golf team are: Bob Harbour, Troy Peck, Tom Bryon,
and David Bridge. The 1968 campaign was designated as a
re-building year for the linksmen with only three returning
veterans: Bob Harbour, Troy Peck, and David Bridge. Al-
though the team finished fourth last year, the Bears have
shown much promise in the ,69 season.
Coach Roy Johansen finishes his second year as
head golf coach at Turner High School.
Team members are: Bob Bryon. Jerry Matz, Tom Bryon, Lee Wilkins, Bob Harbour, Bob Houp, Charlie Sneed, David
Bridge, Troy Peck, John Durham, Roy Johansen, coach.
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as he tees off. Peck is looking forward to next years season.
Bears Show Good Style
Tom Bryon proves to be a great asset to the Golden David Bridge helps the Bears golf team in his second
Bears golf team. year of competition.
. . Here Comes Chickenman
The WHB game sponsored by the journalism department
was March 25. The Turner High School faculty Won with
an easy victory. Gerald Tush and Al Purduski volunteered
their services as referees. Varsity cheerleaders cheer for the
faculty While junior varsity supported the WHB disc
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13 Johnny Dolan
14 Ron Martin
15 Phil Jay
16 Mike Romines
17 Bud Carter
18 Jan Nonemaker
19 Don Blakely
20 Dave Cox
21 Ray Janz
frow onej Bud Carter, Dan O,Sl168, Chickenman. Johnny Dolan. frow twoj Mike Romines. Dave Cox, Ray Janz, Phil Jay.
Jay Nonemaker, Errol Copilevitz, Ron Martin.
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JR. - SR. PROM
Dance to Seniors
The Junior-Senior Prom, "Three Coins in a Fountain"
proved to be a success as the juniors dedicated the night to
the seniors. All guests were welcomed by the junior class
president. Miss Grossidier and Mr. Voth acted as sponsors
and directed the events of the evening.
Some couples danced to the music of KRAFT MUSIC
HALL, While others enjoyed the refreshments. Each girl
received as a remembrance of the night, three coins Wrapped
up in pink net. It was truly a night that will be remembered
Students help themselves to refreshments.
The theme, "Three Coins in a Fountain", is exempli-
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The entrance is decked with multi colored flowers lead
fied in the middle of the dance floor. ing into the enchanted ballroouj
Kathy Edwards, Louise Enfield and her escort, Watch
Mr. Lawhorn treats himself to some punch
Leaving the halls of Turner to face the outside world
alone for the first time, the graduating class of '69 leaves
many memorable moments, and look back to the excitement
of being upperclassmen and the great responsibility of lead-
ing Turner. Faces of excitement along with a few tears show
appreciation to the many people who helped the class of
'69 to be the best.
They go away happy with the feeling that the senior
year was the best ever brought to Turner. They're proud to
know that they were co-champ's in Football and made
fourth in the State Finals in Basketball.
The graduating class truly had a successful year and wish
to thank everyone who was responsible through the years
to help build them into strong, intelligent, young adults.
Jim Kobe and Mike Keilberg wait outside the auditori-
um for commencement to begin.
Shirley Phillips shakes Mr. Lawhornis hand while receiv
ing her diploma.
Seniors listen attentively to the speakers at their gradu-
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Community Leaders Set Plans
And Goals for District
The Board of Education of the Turner Unified School
District No. 202 is responsible for organizing and coordinat-
ing the efforts of Turner High School, Pierson and High-
land Jr. High Schools, and five elementary schools.
Dr. John Ireland as Superintendent of schools serves as
the executive officer of the Board of Education. He has
sole responsibility to see the district functions as a Whole.
At hisjob he appoints personel, and selects studentsl
courses of study.
President of Kaw Valley Jaycees, Mr. Joseph Steineger,
Jr., presents a check to Dr. Lee Rook to pay for Turner's
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1968-69 School Board: Dr. John Ireland, Mr. Fred Rosenau, Mr. Harold Cook. Dr. A. Gentry. D.D.S.. Dr. Lee Rook, Mr
Wallace Smith, Mr. James Stirling, Mr, Joseph Steineger, Jr.
Mr. Lawhorn and Mr. Bolin
Guide Students Through 69 Year.
Mr. Charlton Dadney Lawhorn. principal, has led the ad-
ministration for his third consecutive year. He believes that
school should lean toward being studentfentered rather
than subject-centered and that high school should promote
development of proper attitudes as young people become
Mr. Horton Bolin. Turner's new vice-principal has been
drafting teacher at Turner for seventeen years. The goals he
intends to achieve for Turner are to try to have better, more
effective high school education for qualified students and
to encourage and help students from being dormerit and in-
crease their talents in active fields.
Mr. Lawhorn ftopj gives announcementsg fbottomj en- Mr. Bolin performs duties on his new job.
joys a spirited pep assembly.
Through Their Years at T.H.S.
Guiding students with their daily problems was an im-
portant function of Turner's counselors: Miss Mildred Cun-
ningham, senior counselorg Mr. Eldon Mailes,junior coun-
selorg and Miss Nancy Oyler, sophomore counselor.
They acted as coordinators between students, principal,
vice-principal, teachers, and parents with various dififcultief
that they had concerning school.
Other duties included administering tests, and counsel-
ling students for college and career opportunities.
Miss Cunningham, former teacher at Turner has been
counselling here for two years, Mr. Mailes has also been
counselling here for two years, and this was Miss Oylerls
Miss Mildred Cunningham, senior counselor.
Mr. Eldon Mailes,junior counselor. Miss Nancy Oyler, sophomore counselor.
URSE- - .. -
Adds Services to
Students are in need of a good school nurse to tell them
they are fine and able to attend classes. Mrs. Pauline Creek
provided us with this service, she also kept health records,
administered first-aid for mnior ailments and refered stu-
dents to family doctors for more serious illnesses.
Miss Keitha Peterson and Mrs. Betty Buckley worked
diligently to make the library the magnificent one it is.
From the fall of 1965, 60 extra shelves and over 2820 new -
books were added. Other new things were the vertical files
which contain pamphlets on a wide variety of subjects, and
over 129 records for learning. The integrated card catalog
listed books, records, paperbacks, film strips and loop films
for every subject.
Mrs. Creek checks temperature.
Mrs. Pauline Creek Miss Keith Peterson Mrs. Betty Buckley
School Nurse Librarian Librarian
T. H. S.ee3 years T. H. S.-39 years T, H, S,f3 years
Library Assistants Crow onej Diane Lowder, Kathy Sharp, Betty Mat-
ney, Sharon Kiff, Patty Eastwood, Anita Adams. Crow twoj Marilyn
Foster, Glenda Welsh, Dennis Tobin, Judy Whitworth, Sandy Blaise,
Helen Neff. Crow threej Debbie Atwell, Diana Richardson, Pam Sanders,
Diana Bishop, Judy Garner, Louise Enfield, Enita Parker, Janet Blakely,
Crow fourj Linda Williams, Kathy Duffet. Debbie Clevenger, Karen
Reed, Miss Peterson, Sherry Elrod, Mary Wilson, Cynthia Pitts.
Two New Teachers Bring
Department Total to Ten
Mrs. Barbara Young and Mrs. Faye Jenne are the new additions to the English
department. Mrs. Young attended Oklahoma City University. Mrs. Jenne is for-
merly from Nebraska. Miss Mary Bond
Miss Mary Bond, graduate of Avila College in Kansas City, Missouri, is the English II
head of the English department. T.H.S. 2 years
The requirements for graduation are three general English courses, and one se-
lective. The selectives include drama and journalism. The journalism classes consist
of journalism l and journalism Il. The second year class is composed of BOOSTER
and TURNERITE publications. In drama classes, students look into the history
and principles of the theatre. The students practice the art of acting by performing
in minor skits and plays throughout the course.
Miss Mary Bond-Head of English department.
Mrs. Kathy Bond
T.H.S. EM years
Dolly Davenport and Mrs. Young conduct class elections
Mrs. Dorothy Callahan
Journalism l, Ilg
Mrs. Essie Davis
Mrs. Kathleen Elljgtf Mrs. Pat Heidler Mr. Barry Wallace
English ll, 1113 English IIQ English llIg
T.H,S,f3 years, T.H.S.-2 years. Speech SL Dramag
Mr. Merle Harris
Mrs. Faye Jenne Mrs. Barbara Young
English Illg English IIIQ
T.H.S.fl year. T.H.S.fl year.
Mrs. Bond adds nine Weeks' grades, as the student-teacher helps
Training to Communicate
With Other Nationalities
With the increasing need for better training to communi-
cate with other nationalities, Turner offers three foreign
languages, Spanish, French, and Latin.
These languages are intended to give an opportunity to
learn more about other people ofthe World.
It is almost essential that students today learn as much
foreign language as possible. The world of tomorrow's lead-
ers must be able to Work closely together to preserve a
world of peace.
Miss Lucy Grey
Latin I, II, French l,Mythol-
ogy K a
Miss Leatherberry explains to her French class the im-
portance of speaking distinctly.
Miss Margaret Leatherberry
French II, III, IV, Humani-
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Spanish II, III, IV
Mrs. Cheryl Osborn
Spanish I, II
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The Teaching of Skills
for Future Lives
The Home Economics Department teaches skills to pre-
pare young women for the responsibility of the home.
They must understand child development, cooking,
sewing, interior decorating, and management of the home
to be successful homemakers.
In the spring the Home Economics Department took
part in showing exhibits pertaining to the home at Display
Mrs. Candy Pettey was added to the department as
food and clothing I teacher.
Mrs. Schmidt demonstrates the correct way of seam fin-
ishing to one of her clothing students.
Mrs. Candy Pettey
Clothing I, Foods I, II
Miss Rosemary Grosdidier
Home living, Clothing II
Mrs. Judy Schmidt
Clothing I, II
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World Responsibility '
Created in Studies
Man served as the nucleus of social studies exploration.
Psychology classes evaluatedyhis power of thought. Mental
processes were analyzed and patterns of development and
regression were examined. Sociology students broadened
the scope of inquiry to include the entire society. Man's
political behavior in the relation to the American Democrat-
ic System was analyzed by seniors enrolled in American
Government. American History taken by juniors, was de-
signed to inform people of the glorious past of the Ameri-
The Social Science department is prepared to extend to
any willing student the practical basis for becoming good
citizens of the United States.
Mr. Stephen Earle
Mr. John Kineston
Attentive classes prepare for examinations.
Mr. Fred Fisher
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Mr. Roy Johansen
Mrs. Susan Lynn
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Mr. Kenneth Syring Mr. Courtney Worley Mr. Gerald Shoemaker Mr. J. R'Leig,h Bell
American Government American History Driverls Education Driver's Education
S0Ci0l08Y T.H.S.-2 vears. T.H.S.44 years. T.H.S.-15 years.
T.H.S.w l 3 years.
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Laboratory Provides Q
Research Opportunities pppppp 1
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preparation in many fields is science. The Science De-
partment has the job of teaching future members of the
medical profession basic chemistry and biology. Many will
be engineers enrolled in the physics course that is offered.
Turner's science labs gave students an opportunity to
work with the modern equipment under the watchful eye
of capable instructors. Much of the excellent laboratory
equipment had been obtained in past years with the aid of
the National Education Act. Courses included: Biology I 8:
II, chemistry, and physics.
Mr. Lloyd J. Fugate
Biology I, II
Mr. Arnold Voth Mr. Dean Borchardt
Biology I Biology I
T.H.S.-25 years T.H.S.-2 Years
Mrs. Kathleen Nies Mr. Bruce Bowman ,
Biology I Chemistry Mr. Martin observes class study.
T.H.S.-4 years T.H.S.-10 years
Laboratory Assistants frow onej Margaret Everett, Bar-
bara Cornelius, Vicky Clawson, Kathy McWilliams, Pam
Wallace, Doris Stafford, Pam Shackelford, Eva Arms-
worthy. Crow twoj Bob Kant, Tom Bryon, Pam Harter,
Barbara Quigley, Kathy Stephenson, Diane Lowder, Bon-
nie Willis, Becky Billings, Debbie Osteen, Vicky Wood.
Improves with Math
Mathematics occupies a very important part of every-
one's life, and has become one of the most vital and empha-
sized courses in school. Mathematics, much like a jigsaw
puzzle, was divided into various parts which combined to
form the whole. Beginning mathematicians chose algebra I,
taught by Miss Shirley Coffin. Middle-classmen progressed
through algebra II and geometry. The final part ofthe puz-
zle was saught by advanced students enrolled in modern
introductory analysis and business math. Whether the stu-
dents planned to pursue a career in math or simply use
their new deductive reasoning power to conquer chess
ricals, each had gained a priceless tool of mathematical
Mr. Vernon Allison Mr. Hubert Waugh
Business Math Mod. Int. Anal.
T.H.S.-7 years T.H.S.-24 years
Mr. Burley Martin
Algebra II, Physics
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Mr. Waugh busy making schedules for classes.
Mr. Allison helps his students in correcting mathemat
Meets the Demand
For Physical Fitness
Physical Education plays an important part in the school
curriculum. One full credit in physical education is required
for graduation, and is usually completed in the freshman
and sophomore years. Advanced skills are offered as an
elective to upper classmen. Those students who were
especially interested in physical education class volunteered
for the job of assisting the instructor in his class hours.
Physical Education Assistants frow onej Larry Wheeler,
Miles Dickens, Mike Precht, Richard Bradley, Crow twoj
Steve Cook, Bob Marvine, Raymon Feaster, Robert Keck,
John Oliphant, Tom McCall, Crow threej Mike Wallace,
Robert Feaster, Buddy Martin, Gary Taylor, Ron Rise,
Chuck, McWilliams, Raymond Rise.
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Mrs. Janice Saul
Mr. Joe Baker
Physical Education Assistants frow onej Jean Dempsey, Terri Greninger, Paula Ward, Paula Samuels, frow twoj Beth
Park, Susan Kelley, Nancy Crowder, Cindi Moore, Marsha Smith, Mary Peck, Kathy Way, Crow threej Penny Atkinson,
Karen Greninger, Cathy Webb, Sara McBride, Linda Sims, Vickie Wilson, Laura Hall, Becky Smith.
Warming-up exercises. Other P.E. Assistants, Debbie Ferbezar, Jetty Leach, Annie Moore.
FI E ARTS
Add Cultured Element
To Studenlfs Life
The music and art departments, headed by Mr. Erdman
Johnson and Miss Elizabeth Choplin, respectively, have
added much enjoyment to Turner this year. The choir par-
ticipated in Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, and other mu-
Turner's music department presented its tenth annual
musical "The Sound of Music".
Mr. Wayne Hamilton, director of the Turner Band.
helped to promote and entertain spectators at home games
and pep assemblies. Also the marching band performed in
the American Royal Parade.
Students from art classes showed their artistic ability
throughout the year in such projects as, the Christmas win-
dow and scenery for plays and show cases. Many art stu-
dents showed their emotions, skill, and enjoyment through
their art projects displayed.
Mr. Johnson accompanying the choir during a class session.
Turner,s marching band in the American Royal Parade.
Mr. Erdman Johnson Mr. Wayne Hamilton
Vocal Music Band
T. H. S. -30 years T. H. S.-3 years
Miss Elizabeth Chopling Mr. Paul Carson
Art I, II, III Art I
T.H. S.f3 years T. H. Sfl year
Perfect in Business
After graduation many students will go out into the
world of business with its demanding efficiency. All stu-
dents, including those who are college bound, need some
business education to compete in the world. Typewriters
clicked as students in Typing I and II strived for dexterity.
Young executives mastered basic techniques and factual in-
formation in business law and communications while the
World of dollars and cents, shorthand, and accounting were
To those nearing completion of secretarial preparation,
the office practice class provided the finishing touches for
the management of a business office.
Mrs. Elsea watches the clock while typing students take
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Typing I, II Shorthand I, II
T.H.S.'fl year T. H.S.-3 years
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Office Practice Bookkeeping
Bus. LaWfBus. Comm. TYPil1g
T. H. S.-25 years T- H- S--2 Years
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The lndustrial Arts Department endeavored this year to
teach students skills which would be useful to them. The
purpose ofindustrial arts is to give valuable training to boys
who are interested in the industrial field as a possible voca-
tion or as a hobby.
Turner has a well-equipped shop area which gives students
opportunity to work with up-to-date machinery and gain
actual experience through their work. Students and teachers
alike realized when the car started, the printing press
clicked, the radio worked, and the finished coffee table
gleamed, that a skill was truly acquired.
Mr. Bohn's fifth hour printing class prepares the
Mr. Raymond Barnett
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Mr. Larry Bohn
Printing I, Il, Ill
Mr. Herbert Ayers
Machine Shopg Metal Fab.
Mr. Don Bell
Power Mechanics I, Il
T.H.S.-l W years
Mr. Jack Mitchell
Woodworking l, Il
Serves in Keeping
Turner in Working Order
The students of Turner are dependent not only on the
teachers but on the many workers which include the office
workers, cafeteria ladies, and custodians.
The ladies in the office were responsible for many "be-
hind the scenesw jobs that serve to keep Turner in working
order. They were in charge of handling school attendence
records, handling money, selling school supplies, answering
telephones and filing important papers.
Vivian Lewman, financial secretary, helps the stu
dent body and faculty in her vast job of keeping re-
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pal, performs numerous tasks in her busy schedule. typing.
Keeps Record of
Absences and Tardies
Rose Thomas, attendance clerk, writes out admits for
Attendance clerks frow onej Kathy Woodcock,
Glenda Dobson, Millie Pantoya, Donna Cole, Crow twoj
Nelda Caviness, Nancy Long, Margaret Evertt, Helen
Despite her many duties as an assistant office clerk,
Connie Stevens, poses for a picture with one of her fre-
Absentees Wait in line for an admit to get into classes.
COOKS and CUSTODIAN S
Cooks frow onej Louise Reimer, Jerry Normile, Janis Lillich, Cornila Crummet, Manager of cafeteria personnel,
Substitute, Crow twoj Jean Yonts, Teoma Smith, Marie Neumer, Chessie Evans, Margaret Lohrey, slides rolls into the
Margaret Lohrey. oven.
Custodians Crow onej Bob Hess, Albert Wilcox, Troy Bird, William Allison, frow twoj Ira Shipley, Charles Clements, Jess
STUDE T COUNCIL
fi '95 Chuck Reade, Vice-President, Paula Kaiser, Secretary, Nancy
Crowder, Treasurer, John Wilson, Election Commissioner, Sue
T' Palmer, Parliamentarran.
The Student Council serves the purpose of encouraging school
N , 'fii T' spirit and taking a leading part in school activities. It also provides
Q the students with an opportunity to express their opinions. The
'1" 'r"i' ' ' W Stu. Co. worked together to make the year a successful and event-
ful one. This year the Student Council sponsored Homecoming,
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Mixers and Concession stands.
Senior members are Crow onej Terri Greninger, Nancy Crowder, Cindi Moore, Rick Staples, Linda Bozarth, Carol Singer.
Crow twoj Paula Kaiser,Penny Atkinson, John Wilson, Juanita Wood, Jean Dempsey, Lana Ring. frow threej Paul Cook, Steve
Kibbee, Kay Turk, Chuck Reade, Cathy Webb, Mercedes Martin, Les Taylor.
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Junior members are Crow onej Karen Saunders, Nancy Potter, Pam Stirling, Sandy Ashworth, Lydia Laningham, Karen
Greninger, Barbara Zuck. Crow twoj Tim Worthington, Rick Kelly, Tim Ireland, Debra Jones, Doug Shutt, Tom Barnett, Sue
Sophomore members are Crow onej Kim Haden, Jan Holt, Paul Loftin, Deb DeCoster, Vickie O'neal. Crow twoj Marsha
Brooks, Diane Page, Kara McClellan, Becky Stirling, Dana Wisler, Jan Pitts.
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The function of the yearbook staff of the Journalism
Department is to provide T.H.S. with the TURNERITE.
Students worked cropping pictures, composing headlines,
drawing layouts, Writing cutlines, checking copy, and de-
signing new techniques to make the TURNERITE filled
with the happening throughout the '69 seasons.
The purpose of the TURNERITE was to tell the story of
the 1968-69 school year in an interesting manner to help
students remember the highlights of the year.
Susan Jaster, editor-in-chief, took on the responsibilities
of guiding her staff in making the TURNERITE complete.
Mrs. Dorothy Callahan, advisor, helped the yearbook
staff to accomplishing their goals.
Linda Bider, assistant editor and Jackie Al- Annie Moore, sports editor,
bertson, copyreader,1ook through the card index checks over her sports layout that
to find names for student pictures. has been completed.
Susan Jaster, editor-inchief and Kathy Way, or-
ganization editor, discuss the make-up of a layout.
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Bonnie Bethard, sophomore
section editor, makes sure that
all pictures are in order.
Geneva Witt, faculty editor, Roxie Tush, student life editor,
Marie Jenkins, senior section editor, and Cherie Clancy, senior
summaries editor, look over student life layouts.
Jetty Leach, junior section editor, and Bob
Marvine, sports editor, check for incorrect iden-
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The BOOSTER, Turncr's school newspaper, was pub-
lished bi-monthly by Nancy Gerdes, editor-in-chief and her
staff members. Mrs. Dorothy Callhan advised the publica-
tion. Mr. Larry Bohn and his fifth hour printing class
Meeting deadlines, writing copy, taking pictures, under-
covering news stories, creating unique features, and inter-
viewing interesting personalities, were all included as a
part of the daily routine of accomplishing the publication.
Members of the staff worked hard together toward keep-
ing the students interested and up-to-date on the happen- B'
ings at T.H.S. during '69.
Nancy Gerdes, editor-inchief and Nancy Hall, Business
Manager work putting the paper layouts together.
The BOOSTER staff works on the publication to get it out on time.
Crow onej Susan Jaster, Lowell Davis, Bill Miller. frow twoj Nancy Hall, Nancy Gerdes. Qrow threej Debbie Mitchell, Jack-
ie Albertson, Gail Clark, Kathy Way, Linda Bider. frow 41 Mrs. Dorothy Callahan, Karen Winslow.
ILL A D SCROLL
Quill and Scroll is the International Honorary Society Nancy Gerdes, Secretary-Treasurerg Lowell Davis,
for High School Journalists. Students active on the TUR- President, Susan J aster, Vice-President
NERITE, or the BOOSTER, were elected to the honor of
being a Quill and Scroll member.
Qualifications for membership are:
1. They must be of at least a junior or senior classifi-
2. They must be in the upper third of their class scho-
3. They must have done superior work in some phase
of journalism of school publications work, such as
writing, editing, business management or produc-
4. The supervisor must recommend them.
5. They must be approved by the Executive Secretary
of the Society.
Every year the Literary Society publishes the magazine,
"Lit and Wit". This Magazine consists of poems, essays, and
short stories writtened by Turner students which are judged
and voted on by the club members. The entries with the
highest number of evaluation points are then submitted to
the magazine for publication.
The purpose of the club was to promote creative writ-
ing and develop student interest in pursuing writing as a ca-
Lit and Wit sponsors were Mrs. Elliot and Mrs. Bond.
Mrs. Kathy Bond
Mrs. Kathleen Elliot
LIT AND IT
Members are Crow onej Billie Moats, Beth Hope, Kathy Stephenson, Toni McDaniel, Bonnie Willis, Crow twoj Eva Armswor
thy, Cassie Myer, Sherry Dawley, Calvin Covington.
Turner Association of Theatre Arts
combine their efforts to bring students
the best of student productions. The
productions were "Inherit The Wind"
and g'The Odd Couple."
Club members participate in all the
plays presented at Turner. They helped
work on stage or in back to make the
plays a success.
To be an active member of Taota you
must have 200 working hours on any
production. Members have been encour-
aged to direct one-act plays.
At the end of the year honor awards
were presented to the best actors and
Officers are Becky Billing, Sergeant of Arms, Mike Murphy, Sergeant of Arms,
Debbie Clevenger, Secretary-Treasurer, Debbie Osteen, Vice-President, fsittingj
Terri Stump, President.
Taota members are Crow onej Rosemary Burris, Mike Lively, Shaon Kiff, Terry Stump, Debbie Clevenger, Becky Billings,
Mike Murphy, Denise Moore, Jane Butler, Pam Mattox. Crow twoj Paul Askren, Debbie Askren, John Wilson, Debbie Os-
teen, Beth Hope, Kathy Edwards, Terri Higgins, Terri Kovich, Judy Jones, Kathy Kovich, Betty Matney, Steve Sterner. frow
threej Margaret Gaither, Linda Lawhorn, Anita Adams, Cathy Trout, Barbara Palmer, Jeanette Doughty, LaDonna King,
Tracie Holliburton, Kathy Myers, Nancy Long, Delores Mamie. Qrow fourj Lynn Alred, Laura Hall, Vicki Clawson, Gary
Rickey, Calvin, Tonie McDaniel, Jim Wagner, Jennifer Bronson, John Richards, Chris Ray.
ecreation, leadership, character, person-
ality, religion, and service to the com-
munity. lt is a subsidiary of the Kansas
Association of Youth.
The club has been active in many proj-
ects such as supervisingjunior high par- my
ties, tutoring grade school children. col-
lecting and raising funds for charity, and
preparing baskets for needy families at X
Thanksgiving and Christmas time. They I A
also have gone to old folks home to sing " X ,,
and give presents too.
In August they plan to send four dele-
gates to Rock Springs Leadership Camp.
Kayettes held a membership of 75, Officers are Linda Sweeney, secretary, Judy Luth,vice-presidentgMercedes
Undef the SPOUSOYSIUP Of MTS- JUdY Marting, president, Sherry Prince, treasurer.
Schmidt, Mrs. Marilyn Elsea, and Miss
Kayette members are Crow onej Judy Luth, Linda Sweeney, Sherry Prince, Mercedes Martin. Crow twoj Kathy Woodlock,
Belinda Holloway, Amelia Pantoja, Kathy Holtmeyer, Carol Kendall, Debbie Mitchell, Linda Radford, Janet Miller, Brenda
Gladieux, Tammy Roberts, Glenda Welsh, Debbie Sloan. Crow threej Jackie Albertson, Carol Ott, Dolly Davenport, Carol
Fry, Vicki Clawson, Theresa Heckman, Carla Powell, Marsha Nave, Tracy Haliburton, Debbie Askren, Dayna Sturgeon, Mar
garet Gaither. Jody Butler. Crow fourj Linda Bider, Lydia Lanningham, Carol Ellis, Nadine Trowbridge, Jackie Phillips, Mar
garet Everett, Barbara Quigley, Linda Link, Connie Lease. Crow fivej Anita Adams, Jackie Lowe, Jan McMillan, Diane Gam-
ble, Bobbie Reed, Rita DeMoss, Linda Hardman.
Kayettes is essentially a service club of W
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Officers are Tim Ireland, Marilyn Foster, Barbara
Science club was interested in the studying of the in-
creasing adventures of todayis world. It brought the mem-
bers closer to what makes up our hemisphere.
Mr. Lloyd Fugate and Mrs. Kathleen Nies, biology teach
ers served as sponsors. They informed the club of different
functions being taken place in the world of nature.
Crow onej Mr. Fugate, Marilyn Foster, Barbara Cornelius, Tim Ireland, Mike Bessey, Bonnie Willis, Kathy Stephenson, Mrs.
Nies, frow twoj Richard Milam, Calvin Covington, Bill Dobbins, Terry Fritts, Wayne Daniels, Ben Dressler, Mike Keilberg,
Crow threej Eva Armsworthy, Diane Lowder, Mike Baugh, Steve Arnold, Bob Bain, Teresa Cornelius, Cherie Clancy, Linda
Y. F. C.
Youth for Christ consisted of a large group of young
Christians who were interested in promoting spiritual activ-
ities in the student body.
One of the activities performed by the Youth for Christ
group was the selling of suckers for the sponsoring of a dat-
ing game in the Turner Unified District.
Meetings are held at' the homes of various members. Mr.
Allison sponsors this club during school only.
C Officers Debbie Clevenger, Becky Gordon, Patty Pres-
ton, Debbie Atwell.
Mr. Vernon Allison
Crow onej Calvin Covington, Peggy Collins, Linda Ward, Ann Jones, Becky Gordon, Mike Gale, Pam Matney Janice
Powlas, Pam Shankleford, Debbie Clevenger, Debbie Atwell, Patty Preston, Eva Armsworthy, Debbie Droullard, Kathy
G6Le Cercle F rangaisa'
"Le Cercle Francais", better known as French Club par-
ticipated in studying the customs and culture of the French
Membership in "Le Cercle Francais" was open to all stu-
dents studying French in the third and fourth years in high
The Club encouraged students to broaden their know-
ledge by taking advantage ofthe opportunity to learn about
other people of the world by studying their language.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Margaret Leatherbury the
club had a well-organized year.
Miss Margaret Leatherberry, sponsor of the French club,
points out some of the highlights of French culture.
French club members are frow onej Sue Palmer, Nancy Hall, Steve Arnold, Linda Bozarth, Kathy Edwards, frow twoj
Linda Sweeney, Lana Ring, Debbie Warriner, Becky Billings, Sonja Warfel, Becky Gordon, Ann Jones, Terri Stump, frow
threej Jim Kobe, Jerry Nelson, Paul Askren, Howie Eden, Jon James, Steve Kiebbee, Tom Miller, Wade Baker.
El Cfrulo Espaiiol
The purpose of the Spanish Club was to use Span-
ish in a good practice and to broaden the minds of
members by creating wide interests in the people and
customs of Spanish countries.
The Club invited Argentine and Rosedale's Span-
ish Clubs to a fiesta to learn to know each other and
share new ideas.
To be a member ofthe Spanish Club you must be
enrolled in Spanish III or IV or have taken Spanish III.
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Officers are Rick Staples, social chairman, Louise Mendez, trea
surer, Carolyn Loftin, secretary, Diane Barclay, vice-president,
Stef Barbarick, president.
Mrs. Block, sponsor of Spanish club, poses be-V
side the club's mascot.
Spanish club members are frow onej Shirley Phillips, Louise Mendez, Carolyn Loftin, Pam Shackleford, Debbie Atwell,
Cherly Lang, Diane Barclay, Sandy Ashworth, Sherry Kendall, Betty Richards, Stef Barbarick, Mrs. Block. Crow twoj Debbie
Droullard,Carol Vogts, Narissa Wilson, Kathy Sigler, Pam Barclay, Colleen Schnider, Cherly Hutton, Sally Waugh, Pam Har-
ter, Betty Matney, frow threej Vicky Wood, Becky Smith, Nancy Potter, Karen Saunders, Pam Stirling, Bob Keck, Rick
The Turner Health Career Club has almost doubled its
number of members since last year. Last year the club had
33 members, now there are 62 members.
The club promotes interests in the field of health and
gives the girls an opportunity to learn about different
careers in health.
The club has many activities such as visiting hospitals,
listening to guest speakers and viewing films.
Members planned a tea for other Health Career Clubs of
various schools in the area, they had a picnic for the children
at the Mennoite Home
Sharon Shoemaker, treasurer, Suzy Coutsonikas,
Mrs. Paulene Creek, Sponsor. vice-president, Paula Samuels, president, Belinda
Members are Crow onej Suzy Coutsonikas, Paula Samuels, Mrs. Creek, Belinda Elsbury, Sharon Shoemaker, frow twoj
Helen Neff, Margaret Everett, Barbara Quigley, Judy Everett, Janet Ferguson, Theresa Lynch, Sue Hobbs, Beth Hope,
Donna Cole, Dianne Donn, Linda Sweaney, frow threej Wanda Bierman, Cathy Trout, Jeanette Doughty, Nadine Trow-
bridge, Carol Ellis, Rosemary Higgins, Judy Nixon, Connie Tadlock, Sandy Chesnut, Elaine Brooks, Doris Hartford, Mary
Hobbs, Crow fourj Carol Fry, Marilyn Foster, Vicki Clawson, Patty Preston, Carol Vogths, Janice Powlas, Tracy Halli-
burton, Debbie Askren, Belinda Holloway, Milly Pantoja, Kathy Woodcock, Jerri Appleton, Lrow fivej Anita Adams,
Peggy Bruce, Genny Ulasion, Jackie Lowe, Jan McMillian, Peggy Wiyinger, Terri Sandefier, Jennifer Bronson, Diana
Lowden, Patty Person, Kristi Smith,
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The purpose of F.T.A. is to acquaint students with the
career of teaching.
A M The club has been active in various projects. It spon-
sored the annual Christmas tea for the T.H.S. faculty and
a student observation day at Highland and Oak Grove
schools. Which helped the students learn different teach-
' ing methods and discover what fields of teaching they
were most interested in.
F.T.A. attended a K.F.T.A. convention at Kansas
University in Manhattan. The convention was to elect
Funds for F.T.A. projects Was provided by bake sales.
Mrs. Jane Williams and Mr. Arnold Voth, sponsored
F.T.A. officers, Tom Bryon, Editor, Kathy'EdWards, Treasurer,
Nancy Hall, Secretary, Pam Barclay, President, Bob Keck,
Historian, Kathy Sigler, Vice-President Qnot picturedj.
Members are frow onej Bob Keck, Tom Bryon, Pam Barclay, Kathy Sigler, Nancy Hall, Kathy Edwards, frow twoj Karen
Saunders, Lenita Stepanick, Cindi Steinger, Kathy McWilliams, Gina Ray, Pam Wallace, Barbara Zuck, Doris Stafford, Janet
Miller, Linda Walker, Cherie Clancy, Crow threej Carol Sparks, Judy Stokesbury, Diane Barclay, Janey Tipton, Terri Robert-
son, Pam Stirling, Vicki Wood, Laura Hall, Sally Waugh, Wanda Reece, Pam Matney. frow fourj Steve Arnold, Bob Bain,
Pat Killion, Rick Staples, Larry Ryder, Chuck McWilliams, Hal Eden, Tom Weathers.
The Art Club provided opportunity for those students
not able to enroll in art classes to further their interest in
art. The purpose of the Art Club was to aid students in de-
veloping their understanding and talents in art.
A major project of the Art Clbb was painting a colorful
Christmas mural on the north Window of the school build-
ing. The mural added Christmas spirit to the atmosphere
of the halls.
The art club also provided stage scenery for the plays.
They kept busy Working on various projects throughout the
The Art Club has been successful under the sponsorship
of Miss Elizabeth Choplin,
The 1968-69 Christmas mural was designed
by Kathy Ashworth.
Art Club members are frow onel Miss Choplin, Kathy Ashworth, Doug Walton, Linga Bozarth, Bob Merritt, frow twoj
Judy Richardson, Vickey Willson, Connie Davis, Gail Clark, Lana Ring, Debbie Warriner, Marlene Elam, Qrow threej Mark
Potter, Jim Wagner, Buddy Ortwein, Dayna Sturgeon, Karen Greniger, Cindy Steineger, Carol Singer.
The Industrial Education club was for stu-
dents who were preparing for a future in 'lin-
dustrial" occupation by above average perfor-
mance in Industrial Arts courses offered by
the school. The students gained an apprecia-
tion of manufactured products and acquired
a better basis for judging their value. Club ac-
tivities included construction ofthe home-
coming float, regional tournament programs,
field trips to local industries and a spring out-
Industrial arts offered students such
courses as printing, auto mechanics, general
shop, mechanical drawing, metalworking, and
Art Club sponsors were Mr. Don Bell and
Mr. .Tack Mitchell.
Officers are Crow onej Henry McCutcheon, vice-president, Tom Weathers,
president, frow two Mike Luth, director of tours, Jack Martin, secretary trea
surerg Gary Taylor, srgt. of arms.
Industrial Ed.members are frow onej Mr. Bell, Tom Weathers, Henry McCutcheon, Jack Martin, Gary Taylor, Marvin Noern-
gerg, Mr. Mitchell, frow twoj Bob Chowning, Mike Everett, Bob Baker, Ron Rise, Larry Vail, John Wiley, Tom Stevens, Rob
Yeager, Don Hodge, Ron Purinton, Mike Luth, frow threej Roger Stafos, Jack Hart, Mike Maskill, Charles Zurn, Ron Pat-
ten, Ed Gilley, Nick Bradbury,Al Hellebuck, Mike Sams, Richard Davis, frow fourj Bob Humphrey, David Bennett, Steve
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J.C.L. members are Crow onej Mrs. Grey, sponsor, Jennifer Bronson, Patty Person, Qrow twoj Linda Bider, Nancy
Long, Bonnie Willis, Qrow threej Debbie Butters, Pam Matney, Cherie Clancy, frow fourj Howard Swafford, Larry
Heriford, Mike Knight, Kenny Ryder,froW fivej Stan Frownfelter, Darrell Frolin, Buddy Martin.
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The Junior Classical League's purpose was to cultivate an
interest and appreciation for the civilizatization, language, lit-
terature, and art of ancient Greece and Rome.
Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Lucy Grey, the club was
active in many projects. They sold book covers to the stu-
dents and faculty and Christmas candies to the community.
The club also adopted a family for Christmas. Members
donated many gifts of food and clothing to the family of a
mother and her six children. In February, seven members
attended the State Junior Classical League Convention at
Manhattan, Kansas. ln April the Junior Classical League
held the annual Roman Banquet. Their final project was
honoring the graduating seniors for the best academic con-
tribution in Latin and service to the organization.
J.C.L. officers Bonnie Willis, Assistant Historiang Larry Her-
iford, Historian, Patty Person, Vice-President, Linda Bider,
President. Not Pictured Kenny Ryder, Treasurer, Norman
The Turner Chorale proved its fourth year of musical
ability under the direction of Mr. Erdman Johnson.
They performed to the student body, churches, organi-
zations, Youth Council, Wyandotte County Old Folks
Home, and in the Spring a Spring Concert.
To be eligible for Chorale, a student must be chosen from
from Choir, have the ability for sight reading, and depend-
Accompanists for Chorale were Betty Richardson and Sue
Mr. Erdman Johnson, Chorale director.
Chorale members are Qrow onej Carolyn Loftin, Betty Richards, Nancy Gerdes, Pam Stirling, Sally Waugh, Marilyn Foster,
Crow twoj Juanita Wood, Debbie Jones, Sue Palmer, Kathy Sigler, Linda Walker, Kathy Stephenson, frow threej Becky Page,
Bill Way, Bob Bain,Calvin Covington, Kenneth Hibbs, Kay Turk, frow fourl Mike Andrews, John Wilson, Allen Elsbury, Tim
Worthington, Paul Askren, John Durham.
Members of the Choir are frow onej Barbara Zuck, Marilyn Foster, Carolyn Loftin, Betty Richards, Sally Waugh, Kathy
Edwards. frow twoj Cherie Clancy, Linda Bozarth, Marie Jenkins, Juanita Wood, Marsha Bowers, Marsha Moore. Crow threej
Greg Bell, Walter Way, Mercedes Martin, Stephanie Barbarick, Becky Page, Debbie Jones. Crow fourj Bobby Humphrey, Roger
Beets, Mike Andrews, Allen Elsbery, Tim Worthington.
Choir, under the direction of Erdman Johnson, brought
much enjoyment to the students and faculty of Turner.
Members of the Choir were selected by their singing ability
from various glee clubs.
In the fall choir presented the Thanksgiving program.
In the winter they presented a Christmas Vespers instead
of the traditional performance of Handels' Messiah.
In the spring their performances included the Easter pro-
gram, Spring Concert, state contest, and, along with the
Drama Department, Rogers and Hammerstein's musical
6'The Sound of Musicf' The final performance of the year
was in the Baccalaureate Service.
Choir officers are: Carolyn Loftin, Treasurer, Juanita
Wood, Secretary, Kay Turk, Vice-President, Robert Bain
fRow onej Ann Jones, Anita Adams, Pam Wallace, Vicki Clawson, Nancy Gerdes. Crow twoj Linda Walker, Teresa Stump,
Linda Radford, Kathy Stephenson, Pam Stirling, Pam Shackelford. frow threej Kay Turk, Kathy Sigler, Sue Palmer, Robert
Bain, Kenneth Hibbs, John Durham. Crow fourj Gary Rickey, Stan Frownfelter, Paul Askren, Ron Kent, Marvin Noremburg,
Cal Covington, John Wilson.
Mr. Erdman Johnson, choir director, conducts the choir during a class session.
During the year the band had
a busy schedule performing in
their new uniforms.
At football games they pro-
vided entertainment, forming
attractive formations and play-
ing peppy music.
During basketball season the
Pep Band contributed to the
enthusiasm of the spectators.
Also the Pep Band helped to pro
mote spirit at pep assemblies
throughout the sport seasons.
The band also represented
Turner in the American Royal
Parade and other festivities
throughout the school year.
Charles Justice served his
second year as drum major and
Karen Saunders and Debbie
Johnson as majorettes.
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Band members are frow onej Barbara Bailey, Virginia Stump, Melvin Bryant. frow twoj Mary Neighbor, Charles Justice,
Renee Brus, Linda Lawhorn, Don Fitch. frow threej Elaine May, Barbara Zuck, Terri Peniston, Chris Ray, Kathy Barlow,
Marion Hill, Carl Rakes, Jennifer Bronson. Crow fourj Steve Sterner, Jim Bartmes, Edna Bacus, Terri Robertson, Tim Ireland
frow fivej Dennis Rank, Don Smith, Bob Lively, Bruce Downs, Allen Elsbury, Mike Murphy, Steve Jacobson, Tom Walters
Turners' marching band in the American Royal Parade.
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CRow onej Marilyn Stepanik, Jody Trout, Jackie West. Crow twoj Linda Wyrick, Terry Fritts, Lenny Stepanik, John Kissell,
Pam Stirling. Crow threej Jim Diehl, George Thomas, Paul Cook, Geoffrey Myer, Becky Billings, Sue Palmer. Crow fourj
Dewayne York, Gary Rickey, Steve Worthington, Danny Michaels, Cal Van Sant, Tom Barnett. Crow fivej Leslie Dobbins,
Bill Dressler, Kenny Ryder, Phil Francis, Rosemary Burris, Mike Crowley, John Crowley, Mr. Hamilton.
SOPHO ORE CLASS OFFICERS
Sophomore class officers are Jim Barclay, presidentg Debbie DeCoster, vice-presidentg Jan Holt,
secretaryg and Steve Rice, treasurer.
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Vice-president Dennis Morrison, secretary Lydia Laningham, treasurer Beth Park, and president Terry Payne.
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Steve Howard, Presidentg Terri Greningcr, Secretaryg Cathy Webb, Vice-Prcsidentg and Paula Kaiser, Treas
urerg are the SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS M1968-1969.
Steve Arn old
Robert Bam Charles Bessey
Lyle Baker George Best
Wade Baker Bonnie Bethard
Richard Bradley Emie Cafdm
Gail Clark Paul Cook
'6The Class of 69, Rings".
Frank Clink Steve Cook
Connie DeMott Kathy Duffett
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Allen Elsbury Raymon Feaster
Stan Fr0Wnfel'ter Roger Graham
Dlann Haley Bill Herring
Mary Hgbbg Cathy Jacobs
Sue Hobbs Steven Jacobson
Jim Hollinger Dennis Jameson
Kathie Holtmeyer Susan Jaster
Micheal Keilberg James Kobe
Phil Lunday Mercedes Martin
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Judy Williams Micheal Woodcock
Virginia Wright David Biggs Raymond Callahan
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3,4,Kayettes, 4, Attendance Clerk, 4,
Quill 8a Scroll, 4, TURNERITE staff,
French Club, 3, Health Careers, 4,
Football Trainer, 4, French Club, 3,4-
Officer, 4, Future Teachers, 4, Science
Club, 4, Lutheran Service Volunteers,
4, Junior Achievement, 2, Honor Roll,
2,3,4, Youth for Christ, 3, Youth
Art Club, 3,4-Officer, 3,4, Home-
room Officer, 3, Lab. Assistant, 3, Na-
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Choir, 4, Chorale, 4, Football, 2,3,
French Club, 3,4, Library Assistant, 2,
Musical, 3,4, Plays, 2,3,4, TAoTA, 2,3,
4, Youth for Christ, 4-Officer, 4.
GAA, 4, Gym Assistant, 4, Homeroom
Officer, 2,3, Intermurals, 2,3,4, Stu-
dent Council, 2,3,4.
Musical, 3,4, Plays, 3, Science Club, 4,
Choir, 3,4-Officer, 4, Chorale, 3,4,
TAOTA, 3, Boys' State, 3, Spanish
Club, 3,4, Football Manager, 4, Future
French Club, 3,4.
Choir, 3,4, Homeroom Officer, 2,3,4,
Intermurals, 3, Musical, 3,4, Spanish
Club, 3,4-Officer, 3,4, Student Coun-
cil, 2, Stunt Club 2.
Future Teachers, 3,4-Officer, 4,
Homeroom Officer, 2,3, National Hon-
or Society, 3,4, Spanish Club, 3,4.
Football, 2,3,4, Homeroom Officer, 2,
3, T-Club, 4, Track, 3,4.
Art Club, 4, Pep Club, 2,3,4.
Choir, 2,3,4, Chorale, 3,4, Musical, 3,
Football, 2,3,4, Homeroom Officer, 3,
Intermurals, 3, Lab Assistant, 3, Sci-
ence Club, 3, Service Club, 4, T-Club,
4, Track, 2,3, Golf, 4, Wrestling, 2,3,4.
Cross Country, 3, Homeroom Officer,
2, Industrial Education Club, 2, Wres-
GAA, 3,4, Homeroom Officer, 3, Inter-
murals, 2, WHB reporter, 4, Pep Club,
2,3,4, Bowling, 3,4, BOOSTER staff,
4, TURNERITE staff, 4.
Future Teachers, 3, JCL, 2,3,4-Offi-
cer, 3,4, Lab. Assistant, 3, Lit 8a Wit,
3, Stamp Club, 3-Officer, 3, Quill 84
Scroll, 4, Bishop Ward High School, 1,
TURNERITE staff, 4, Kayettes, 4.
Band, 2,3, Health Careers, 4, Home-
room Officer, 3, Intermurals, 2.
Health Careers, 3: Lab. Assistant, 3,
Lit 8a Wit, 3, essay, 2, Honor Roll, 2,3,
Spanish Club, 3.
Soph. Manager, 2, Wrestling, 2.
Choir, 3,4, French Club, 3, Future
Teachers, 3, Musical, 3,4, Y-Teens, 2,
3, TTT, 2.
Art Club, 2,3,4-Officer, 4, Choir, 3,4,
French Club, 3,4-Officer, 4, Musical,
3,4, Pep Club, 2,3,4-Officer, 4, Stu-
dent Council, 2,3,4, Lettergirl, 4.
Cross Country, 4, Gym Assistant, 4,
Health Careers, 4, BOOSTER staff, 4.
Basketball, 3, Intermurals, 3,4,
BOOSTER staff, 3,4.
Future Teachers, 4, Homeroom Offi-
cer, 2,3, Intermurals, 2, Lab. Assistant
3,4, Pep Club fBoys'J, 2, Science Club
3, Wrestling, 3,4, Youth Council, 2,3,
4, Junior Achievement, 2,3,4.
Library Assistant, 3.
Homeroom Officer, 4.
Football, 2, Wrestling, 4.
Industrial Education Club, 4, Inter-
Industrial Education Club, 2,3.
Health Careers, 3,4, GAA, 3,4, Inter-
murals, 2,3,4, BOOSTER staff, 4.
Choir, 4, Future Teachers, 4, JCL, 2,3,
4-Officer, 3,4, Kayettes, 2, Lit 84 Wit,
2,3,4-Officer, 4, Musical, 3,4, Pep
Club, 3, Service Club, 3, Youth for
Christ, 3, Glee Club, 2,32 Y-Teens, 2,
Choir Publicity, 4, Science Club, 4
TURNERITE staff, 4.
Art Club, 2,3,4, Quill 84 Scroll, 4,
BOOSTER staff, 4.
Industrial Education Club, 4.
Band, 2,3,4-Officer, 4: Homeroom
Officer, 2, Intermurals, 3, Spanish
Club, 3,4, Student Council, 4, BOOST
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Football, 2,3,4, Gym Assistant, 3,4,
National Honor Society, 3, T-Club, 3,
4, Track, 2,3, Honor Roll, 2,3, French
Lab Assistant, 3,4, Science Club, 3,4-
Health Careers, 2,3,4-Officer, 4,
Homeroom Officer, 2, Intermurals, 2,
3,4, Kayettes, 4, Lab. Assistant, 4, Li-
brary Assistant, 2, Bowling, 4.
Choir, 4, Chorale, 4, Lit 84 Wit, 4,
Plays, 3, Youth for Christ, 4, TAoTA,
4, Science Club, 3,4.
GAA, 23,,4-Officer, 4, Gym Assis-
tant, 4, Homeroom Officer, 2, Inter-
murals, 2,3,4, Student Council, 2,3,4-
Officer, 4, Pep Club, 2,3,4-Officer, 4,
Library Assistant, 2.
Gym Assistant, 4, Homeroom Officer,
Art Club, 3,4, Lab. Assistant, 3, Art
Cross Country, 2,3,4, Football, 4,
Homeroom Officer, 2, Intermurals, 2,
Stunt Club, 3, T-Club, 3,4, Track, 2,3,
4, Basketball, 2,3,4, Quill 84 Scroll, 3,
4, BOOSTER staff, 3,4.
Lit 84 Wit, 3,4-Officer, 3,4, TAoTA,
2,3,4, Quill 84 Scroll, 4, KUDL report-
er, 4, BOOSTER staff, 4.
Steve De Graeve
Industrial Education Club, 2,4.
Connie De Mott
Lab. Assistant, 3, pep Club, 2.
Gym Assistant, 4, Homeroom Officer,
2,3, Musical, 2,3, Student Council, 2,
Gym Assistant, 4, Intermurals, 2.
Football, 2, Future Teachers, 4, Inter-
murals, 2,3,4, Track, 2.
Glee Club, 2, Student Council, 3.
GAA, 3,4, Gym Assistant, 3, Health
Careers, 4, Homeroom Officer, 2,3,
Intermurals, 2, Pep Club, 3,4, Bowling,
2,3,4, Lit 84 Wit, 3, BOOSTER staff, 4.
Rose Ann Dorsey
Art Club, 3,4-Officer, 4, Choir, 4, Mu-
sical, 3, TAOTA, 4.
Student Council, 3, Science Club, 3,
Cafeteria helper, 3.
Library Assistant, 4, pep Club, 2,3.
Choir, 2,3,4, Chorale, 3,4, Industrial
Education Club, 3, Intermurals, 2, Li-
brary Assistant, 3, Musical, 3,4, Sci-
ence Club, 2, Stamp Club, 3, Youth
for Christ, 2,3, Guide of Arts Exhibit,
Choir, 3,4, French Club, 3,4-Officer,
4, Future Teachers, 3,4, Lab. Assis-
tant, 3, Library Assistant, 3, Lit 84 Wit
2,4, Musical, 3,4, Pep Club, 2,3,4,
Plays, 2,3,4, TAOTA, 2,3,4, FTA, offi-
Football, 2, Homeroom Officer, 2,3,
Homecoming Attendant, 2,4.
Art Club, 3,4, Intramurals, 2,3, Art
Assistant, 3, Attendant Clerk, 2.
Health Careers, 4, Kayettes, 4, TAOTA.
3, Ushers Club, 2,3.
Choir, 4, Plays, 4, Science Club, 4.
Band, 2,3,4, Choir, 3,4, Chorale, 4,
Health Careers, 3,4, Officer, 4, Inter-
murals, 3,4, Attendance Clerk, 4,
TURNERITE staff, 4.
French Club, 2, Homeroom Officer, 2,
Library Assistant, 3,4, National Honor
Society, 3,4, Pep Club, 4, Service Club,
3,4, TAoTA, 3, Y-Teens, 2,3, TTT
Homeroom Officer, 2,3,4, Intermurals,
2,3, Pep Club CBoys'j, 2, Basketball, 2,
Student Council, 2,3, Spanish Club, 3,
Library Assistant, 2, Youth Council, 3.
Class Officer, 3, Football, 2,3,4,
Homeroom Officer, 2.
Health Careers, 4, Lab. Assistant, 3.
Homeroom Officer, 2, Industrial Edu-
cation Club, 3,4, Senior Cabinet Mem-
ber Architectural Drawing, 4.
Football, 2,3,4, Gym Assistant, 4,
Homeroom Officer, 3,4, Plays, 4, T-
Club, 3,4-Officer, 4, Track, 2.
Football, 2,3,4, Gym Assistant, 4,
Homeroom Officer, 3,4, T-Club, 3,4-
Officer, 4, Track, 2,3.
GAA, 3,4, Gym Assistant, 4, Inter-
murals, 2,3,4, Library Assistant, 2, Pep
Club, 2,3,4-Officer, 4, Youth Coun-
cil, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Lettergirl, 4.
Health Careers, 4, Pep Club, 3.
Intermurals, 4, Basketball, 2,3, JCL, 3,
Stan F rownfelter
Choir, 4, Football, 2,3,4-Letterman,
3,4, Homeroom Officer, 3, Musical, 4,
Student Council, 4, T-Club, 3,4, Track,
2,3,4-Letterman, 2,3,4, Twirp Dance
Royalty, 2, Youth for Christ, 2,3,4,
JCL, 4, Basketball, 2,3,4-Letterman,
4, Prince of Personality, 4.
Y-Teens, 2, Lab. Assistant, 3, Pep
Football Manager, 3.
GAA, 2,4, Pep Club, 2.
Choir, 3,4, Chorale, 3,4, Lab. Assis-
tant, 3, Lit 8a Wit, 3, Musical, 3,4,
Spanish Club, 4, Youth Council, 4,Pep
Club, 2,3, Wrestling Statistician, 4,
Quill 8a Scroll, 3,4, BOOSTER staff, 4
Industrial Education Club, 3,4.
Football, 2,3, Homeroom Officer, 2.
Sevrice Club, 2,3, Band, 2,3, Major-
Class Officer, 3,4, GAA, 3,4, Gym As-
sistant, 4, Intermurals, 2,3,4, Musical,
2,3, Pep Club, 2,3,4, Student Council,
3,4,.Homeroom Officer, 2,3, Bowling, i
2,3,4, Cheerleader, 3,4, Homecoming
Class Officer, 2, Football, 2,3,4, Plays,
3, Student Council, 2, T-Club, 3,4,
Track, 2,3,4, Basketball, 2,3, Wrestling,
Band, 2,3, Choir, 2, Kayettes, 2,3, Pep
Club, 2,3, Youth for Christ, 4.
Football, 2,3,4, Homeroom Officer, 2,
3,4, T-Club, 4-Officer, 4.
Band, 2,3, Choir, 4, Spanish Club, 3.
French Club, 4-Officer, 4, Future
Teachers, 2,3,4-Officer, 3,4, Pep
Club, 2,3,4, Y-Teens, 3, Quill 8a Scroll,
3,4, Attendance Clerk, 4, BOOSTER
Intermurals, 3,4, T-Club, 4, Golf, 2,3,
4, Basketball, 2, Wrestling, 3.
Gym Assistant, 4, T-Club, 4, Wrestling,
2,3,4, Youth Council, 4.
Health Careers, 2,3,4, Musical, 3.
Plays, 2, T-Club, 3,4, Track, 2,3.
French Club, 3, Homeroom Officer, 2,
3,4, Student Council, 2,3.
Spanish Club, 3,4.
Gym Assistant, 3,4, Homeroom Offi-
Choir, 3, Cross Country, 3, Musical, 3,
Plays, 4, Track, 2.
Rose Mary Higgins
Health Careers, 4, Pep Club, 4.
Health Careers, 4, Pep Club, 4.
GAA, 2, Health Careers, 2, Pep Club,
2,4, Lemore High School, 2.
Health Careers, 3,4, Kayettes, 4, Pep
Homeroom Officer, 4, Kayettes, 4, Pep
Band, 2,3,4, Choir, 3,4, Intermurals, 2,
Musical, 3, Plays, 2,3, Service Club, 3,
TAoTA, 2, Pep Club, 2,3.
Class Officer, 3,4, Football, 2,3,4,
Homeroom Officer, 3, Homecoming
Attendant, 4, Student Council, 2,
Track, 2,3, Gym Assistant, 3.
GAA, 2,3,4, Gym Assistant, 4, Home-
room Officer, 2, Intermurals, 2,3,4,
Spanish Club, 4, Student Council, 3.
Band, 2,3,4, Track, 2.
Football, 2,3,4, Homeroom Officer, 3,
Debate, 2, Student Council, 2, T-Club,
4, Prince of Fun 84 Mischief, 4.
Quill 8L Scroll, 3,4, Pep Club, 2,
TURNERITE staff, 4-Editor-in-Chief.
Choir, 4, Library Assistant, 2,3,
TURNERITE staff, 4.
Art Club, 4, Homeroom Officer, 2,3,
lntermurals, 2,3, Track, 2.
Art Club, 4, Pep Club, 2,3,4, Spanish
Band, 2,3,4, Cross Country, 2, Span-
ish Club, 3,4, Track, 2, Drum Major,
Class Officer, 4, Cheerleader, 2,3,4,
GAA, 3,4, Homeroom Officer, 2, In-
termurals, 2,3,4, National Honor So-
ciety, 3,4, Pep Club, 2,3,4, Snow-Ball
Attendant, 2, Student Council, 2,3,4-
Officer, 4, Stunt Night, 2, Youth
Council, 2,3,4, Princess of Activities,
Cross Country, 3,4, Football, 2, Lab
Assistant, 4, Woodworking Assistant,
Football, 2,3,4, Future Teachers, 4,
Gym Assistant, 3,4, Spanish Club, 3,4,
T-Club, 3,4, Youth Council, 4, Junior
Achievement, 3, Basketball, 2.
Intermurals, 2,3,4, Stamp Club, 3,4,
Science Club, 4, Stamp Club Officer-
Kayettes, 4, Lab Assistant, 3.
Choir 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Inter-
murals, 2,3,4, Kayettes, 4, Pep Club, 3
4, Youth Council, 4.
Prince of Achievement, 4.
Library Assistant, 3,4, Plays-Scenery,
2,3,4, TAoTA, 4.
Football, 2, Wrestling, 2, Spanish Club
Choir, 2, GAA, 2, Homeroom Officer,
2, Kayettes, 2,4, Library Assistant, 2,
Pep Club, 2, Youth for Christ, 2, Glee
Club, 2, Sweetheart Attendant, 2.
Football-Manager, 3, French Club, 3,
4, Track,-Manager, 2,3, Saturday
GAA, 2,3,4, Homeroom Officer, 2,3,
Intermurals, 2,3,4, Pep Club, 2.
GAA, 4, Gym Assistant, 4, Intermu-
rals, 2,3,4, Pep Club, 2,3,4, Youth
Council, 2, Bowling, 2,3,4, Student
Council, 2, Homeroom Officer, 2,3,
TURNERITE staff, 4.
Band, 2,3,4, Football, 2, Homeroom
Officer, 2, Lit 84 Wit, 3-Officer, 3.
Industrial Education Club, 2,3, Wres-
Cross Country, 2.
Choir, 3,4-Officer, 4, Chorale, 3,4,
Spanish Club, 3,4-Officer, 3,4, Home-
room Officer, 2,3, Student Council, 3.
Health Careers, 4, Lab Assistant, 2,3,
4, Library Assistant, 4, Lit 8L Wit, 3,
Science Club, 4.
Health Careers, 4, Lab Assistant, 3,
Pep Club, 3,4, Service Club, 3.
Homeroom Officer, 2, Basketball, 2,3,
Class Officer, 3, Football, 2,3,4, -
Homeroom Officer, 3, Intermurals, 2,
3,4, Basketball, 2.
GAA, 2, Homeroom Officer, 2, Inter-
murals, 2, Pep Club, 2, Spanish Club,
Football, 2,3,4, Basketball, 2,3,4, Gym
Assistant, 3,4, T-Club, 2,3,4, Track, 2,
3, JCL, 4, Prince of Activities, 4.
Football, 3, Industrial Education Club,
2,3,44Officer, 3,4, Attendant Assis-
tant, 2, Track, 2, T-Club, 2,3, Wres-
Choir, 4, Franch Club, 3-Officer, 3,
Homeroom Officer, 2,3, Intermurals,
2, Kayettes, 4-Officer, 4, Lab. Assis-
tant, 3, Musical, 3,4, Student Council,
4, TAoTA, 2, Twirp Dance Royalty, 2
Attendant Clerk, 4.
Gym Assistant, 3, Homeroom Officer,
2,3,4, Intermurals, 2,3,4, Student
Council, 2, TURNERITE staff, 4.
Library Assistant, 3.
Cross Country, 3, Homeroom Officer,
3, Intermurals, 2,3, National Honor
Society, 3, Track, 2, T-Club, 3,4-Offi-
cer, 4, Prince of Promise and Success,
Homeroom Officer, 2, Intermurals, 2.
Industrial Education Club, 2,3,4-Offi-
cer, 2,3,4, Wrestling, 2,3,4.
Future Teachers, 4, Homeroom Offi-
cer, 3, Lab Assistant, 3,4, Library As-
sistant, 2, Pep Club, 2,3, Play, 2,
TAoTA, 2,3, Attendance Clerk, 4.
Intermurals, 2,3, Spanish Club, 3,4-
Hi-Y, 2, Industrial Education Club, 4,
Intermurals, 4, Plays, 2, TAoTA, 2,
Lab Assistant, 2, Library Assistant, 2.
Band, 2,3, French Club, 3,4, Home-
room Officer, 2, Track, 2, Cross Coun-
Football, 2, Quill 8: Scroll, 4, BOOST-
ER staff, 3,4, TURNERITE staff, 3,4,
Football, 2,3, Youth Council, 4, Wres-
tling, 2,3,4, BOOSTER staff, 3,4.
Intermurals, 4, Kayettes, 4, Youth
Council, 4, Honor Roll, 3, Quill Sc
Scroll, 4, TURNERITE staff, 4.
Industrial Education Club, 2, Intermu-
GAA, 2,3,4-Officer, 3,4, Gym Assis-
tant, 3,4, Intermurals, 2,3,4, Letter-
girl, 4, Pep Club, 2,3,4-Officer, 3,4,
TURNERITE staff, 4, Princess of Ath-
Cheerleader, 3,4, Gym Assistant, 4,
Homeroom Officer, 2.3: Intermurals,
2, Kayettes, 3, Pep Club, 2,3,4, Stu-
dent Council, 3,4, Bowling, 2, Office
Worker, 2, Youth Council, 2, Class
Representative, 2,4, Princess of Per-
Football, 2, Homeroom Officer, 2,3,4
Intermurals, 4, Student Council, 2.
Washington High School, 2, Football,
3, French Club, 3,4.
Health Careers, 4, Kayettes, 4.
Dalhart High School, 2, Pep Club, 1,2
FHA, 2-Officer, 2, Herrington High
School, 3, Pep Club, 3, FHA, 3-Offi-
cer 3, Class Officer, 3, Student Coun-
Homeroom Officer, 2,3, Pep Club, 2.
Choir, 3,4, Chorale, 4, French Club, 3
Homeroom Officer, 2, Intermurals, 2,
3,4, TAOTA, 2,3, National Honor So-
ciety, 3,4, Musical, 3.
Intermurals, 2, Pep Club, 2,3, Band, 2,
3, TAOTA, 2,4.
Choir, 4, Health Careers, 4, Kayettes,
4, Lab. Assistant, 3, Lit 8r Wit, 3-Offi-
cer, 3, Attendance Clerk, 2,4.
Industrial Education Club, 4, Intermu-
Choir, 3, Gym Assistant, 4.
Youth Council, 3.
Art Club, 4, Art Assistant, 4, Lit 8a
Wit, 4, Spanish Club, 3,4.
Homeroom Officer, 2,3, Pep Club, 2,3,
4, Letter Girl, 4, Youth Council, 2,3,
Musical, 4, Glee Club, 4, Princess of
Art Club, 4, Industrial Education
Club, 2, Lit 84 Wit, 3.
Choir, 4, GAA, 2,3,4, Intermurals, 2,3,
4, Kayettes, 3,4, Lab. Assistant, 3, Mu-
sical, 3, Pep Club, 2,3,4, Service Club,
3, Class Representative, 3, Youth for
Homeroom Officer, 3, Spanish Club, 3,
Officer, 3, Youth for Christ, 4, Basket-
ball, 2,3,4, Student Council, 2,3,4-Of-
ficer, 4, Prince of Charm, 4.
Football, 3, Homeroom Officer, 3,
Lab. Assistant, 3, Student Council, 3.
Art Club, 3,4, French Club, 4, Home-
room Officer, 2, JCL, 3, Pep Club, 2,3
4, Student Council, 4, Stunt Night, 2,
TAOTA, 2, Letter Girl, 4.
Gym Assistant, 3,4, Industrial Educa-
tion Club, 2, Plays, 4, Youth for
Cross Country, 2, Track, 3, Youth for
Jim L. Roberts
Pep Club, 3,4.
Cross Country, 4, Football, 2, Future
Teachers, 4, Intermurals, 2,3,4, Stamp
Industrial Education Club, 4.
GAA, 2,3,4, Gym Assistant, 4, Health
Careers, 3,4-Officer, 4, Homeroom
Officer, 2,3,4, Lab Assistant, 3, Li-
brary Assistant, 2, Pep Club, 3,4-Offi-
cer, 4, Bowling, 2,3,4, Officer, 3,4.
Homeroom Officer, 2,4, Plays, 2,3,
Spanish Club, 3,43 Student Council, 33
Stunt Night, 23 TAoTA, 2,3,4.
Health Careers, 3,4-Officer, 4.
Choir, 3,43 Chorale, 3,43 Future Teach-
ers, 2,3,4-Officer, 3,43 Homeroom
Officer, 23 Musical, 3,43 National Hon-
or Society, 3,43 Service Club, 2,33
Spanish Club, 3,43 Stunt Night, 23
TAoTA, 2,33 Youth for Christ, 23
Girls State, 33 Honor Roll, 2,3,4.
Youth Council, 4.
GAA, 3,43 Gym Assistant, 43 Intermu-
rals, 3,43 Pep Club, 2,3,43 Letter Girl,
43 Princess of Fun and Mischief, 4.
Art Club, 2,3,43 Homeroom Officer, 2,
33 Intermurals, 3,43 Art Assistant, 3,43
Lit 84 Wit, 2,33 National Honor Socie-
ty, 3,43 Pep Club,2 ,3,43 Student Coun-
cil, 43 TAoTA, 2,33 Plays-Stagework,
33 Youth Council, 4-Officer, 4.
Homeroom Officer, 23 Spanish Club, 3
-Officer, 33 Stunt Night, 2.
GAA, 23 Homeroom Officer, 2,33 In-
termurals, 23 Kayettes, 33 Pep Club, 2,
33 Student Council, 23 Homeroom
Representative, 33 Gym Assistant, 3,4.
Football, 2,3,43 Gym Assistant, 3,43
Homeroom Officer, 2,33 Intermurals,
2,33 T-Club, 3,43 Track, 2,33 Football
ALL EKL, 4.
Homeroom Officer, 2,33 Intermurals,
23 Library Assistant, 3.
Future Teachers, 43 Homeroom Offi-
cer, 43 Spanish Club, 4-Officer, 43
Student Council, 2,3,43 T-Club, 3,43
Youth Council, 43 Wrestling, 2,3,4.
Choir, 3,43 Chorale, 43 Future Teach-
ers, 43 Health Careers, 43 Kayettes, 43
Lab Assistant, 2,43 Lit 8a Wit, 3,43 Mu-
sical, 3,43 Science Club 43 Librarian, 4.
Choir, 3,43 French Club, 43 Home-
room Officer, 2,33 Intermurals, 23 Lab.
Assistant, 43 Lit 8a Wit, 23 Musical, 3,43
National Honor Society, 3,43 Pep Club,
23 Plays, 2,3,43 Class Representative,
43 TAoTA, 2,3,4-Officer, 4.
Football, 2,3,43 Homeroom Officer, 2,
33 Basketball, 2,3,43 Track, 23 T-Club,
2,3,43 Prince of Athletics, 4.
Health Careers, 43 Kayettes, 4.
Class Officer, 23IntC1'muralS, 43 Lab.
Assistant, 43 National Honor Society,
3,43 Sno-Ball Attendant, 33 Spanish
Club, 3-Officer, 33 Student Council,
2,3,4-Officer, 43 Track, 2,3,43 Boy's
State, 33Mr. T. H. S., 4.
Topeka High School, 23 Future Home-
maker's of America, 23 American Field
Service, 23 Homeroom Officer, 33 In-
termurals, 43 Lab. Assistant, 33 Pep
Club, 2,3,43 Youth Council, 33 Letter
Library Assistant, 3.
Homeroom Officer, 2,33 Basketball, 2,
Homeroom Officer, 33 Band, 33 Pep
GAA, 23 Homeroom Officer, 2,33 In-
termurals, 23 Youth for Christ, 2,3,43
Art Club, 43 Cross Country, 23 French
Health Careers, 43 Library Assistant, 2,
33 Pep Club, 2,3,43 Glee Club, 2,3,43
Marty Lou Thode
Library Assistant, 3.
Homeroom Officer, 2,33 Basketball, 2,
Homeroom Officer, 33 Band, 2,33 Pep
GAA, 23 Homeroom Officer, 2,43 In-
termurals, 23 Youth for Christ, 2,3,4w
Art Club, 43 Cross Country, 23 French
Health Careers, 43 Library Assit., 2,33
Pep Club, 2,3,43 Glee Club, 2,3,43
Band, 23 Kayettes, 43 Library Assistant
33 TAOTA, 23 Ushers Club, 2,3fOf-
Leslie Gene Tunks
Wrestling, 2,3,-J.V. Letterman, 2,3.
Choir, 3,43 Choir Officer, 43 Chorale,
43 Homeroom Officer, 23 Intermurals,
2,3,43 Musical, 33 National Honor So-
ciety, 3,43 Pep Club, 2,3 ,43 Plays, 2,33
Student Council, 3,43 TAoTA, 2,33
Y-Teens, 33 Honor Roll, 2,3 ,43 Youth
Homeroom Officer, 2,3, Intermurals,
2,3, Kayettes, 3, Y-Teens, 2, Pep Club,
2,4, Bowling, 2, Office WORKER, 3,
4, Youth Council, 2, TURNERITE
Art Club, 3,4, Lit8LWit, 3, Musical,2,3,
4, Plays, 2,3 ,4, Service Club, 3,4, Stu-
dent Council, 2, TAOTA, 2,3,4, Atten-
dance Clerk, 3,4, Ushers Club, 3,4,
Choir, 3,4, Chorale, 4, Future Teach-
ers, 4, Kayettes, 3, Library Assistant,
4, Lit8LWit, 2,3,4, Musical, 3,4, Pep
Club, 3, Science Club, 4, Service Club,
4, Spanish Club, 3,4, Youth for Christ,
3, Y-Teens, 2, Glee Club, 2.
Football, 2,3 ,4, Lab. Assistant, 3,
Football, 3, Gym Assistant, 4, Inter-
murals, 3,4, T-Club, 4, Track, 2,3,4,
Class Officer, 3, Gym Assistant, 4.
Art Club, 3,4, French Club, 3,4,
Homeroom Officer, 4, Lab. Assistant,
3, Pep Club, 2,3 ,4, Service Club, 3.
Cheerleader, 2,3 ,4, Gym Assistant, 3,
4, Homecoming football Attendant, 4,
Homeroom Officer, 2,3, TURNERITE
staff, 4, Pep Club, 2,3,4, Stunt Night,
2, Quill and Scroll,4, Princess of
Choir, 4, Chorale, 4, Homeroom Of-
ficer, 2, Industrial Education Club, 3,
Lab. Assistant, 3, Musical 3,4, Plays,
3, TAoTA, 3.
Class Officer, 3,4, Cheerleader, 2,3,4,
Head Cheerleader, 4, GAA, 2,3,4,
GAA Officer, 4, Gym Assistant, 4,
Homeroom Officer, 2,3, Intermurals,
2,3,4, National Honor Society, 3,4,
Pep Club, 2,3,4, Snow-Ball Attendant,
3, Student Council, 4, Stunt Night, 2,
Miss THS, 4.
Band, 3,4, French Club, 4, Future
Teachers, 4, Youth for Christ, 4.
Football, 2,3, Gym Assistant, 4, Home-
room Officer, 2,3, Track, 2,3,4,
Football, 2,3,4, Intermurals, 2,3,4,
T-Club, 3,4, Track, 3,4.
Class Officer, 3, Pep Club, 2,3,4, Ser-
vice Club, 4.
Homeroom Officer, 2, JCL, 2,3,4-Of-
ficer, 3,4, Lab. Assistant, 4, Lit 8: Wit,
3,4-Officer, 4, Science Club, 4-Re-
Art Club, 4, Band, 2, Choir, 3,4, Cho-
rale, 3,4, Lab. Assistant, 3,4, Library
Assistant, 2, Lit 8a Wit, 3-Officer, 3,
Musical, 2,3,4, Plays, 2,3,4, TAOTA, 2
3,4-Officer, 4, Student Council, 4-
Officer, 4, Prince of Talent, 4.
Gym Assistant, 3,4,B0w1ing, 2,32 Art
Future Teachers, 3, Lab. Assistant, 3,
Lit 8a Wit, 3, Stamp Club, 3, Photogra-
pher, 3,4, TURNERITE staff, 4,
BOOSTER staff, 4, Quill 84 Scroll, 4.
Gym Assistant, 3, Homeroom Officer,
3, pep Club, 2, Service Club, 3, Stu-
dent Council, 2, TURNERITE staff, 4.
Choir, 3,4, Chorale, 3,4, French Club,
3, GAA, 4, Gym Assistant, 4, Choir
Officer, 3, French Club, 4, Intermu-
rals, 2,3,4, Library Assistant, 2, Musi-
cal, 3,4, National Honor Society, 3,4,
Student Council, 2,4, TAOTA, 3-Offi-
cer, 3, Honor Roll, 2,3,4, Y-Teens, 3,
Princess of Promise and Success, 4.
Health Careers, 4, Kayettes, 4, Library
Assistant, 2, Attendance Clerk, 4.
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LLOYD G. ALVEY
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CREST SANITARY SERVICE
John D. Beasley, Jr. Owner
1501 Metropolitan Ave.
Hafner, Vaughn R.
Hafner, Vaugn, V.
Lemaster, Patty 1 15
Lewis, Debbie 13,115
Lillard, Rodney 1 15
Little, Bob 1 15
Little, Sharon 115
Lobb, Dennis 115
Loftin, Paul 85,115
Lohrrey, Deborah 12,115
Long, Douglas 115
Long, Perry 1 15
Loomis, Terry 115
Loveall, Richard 115
Lowry, Paula 12,1 15
Lust, Sandra 12,115
Luttrell, Gary 115
Macan, Mike 115
MacDougall, Dave 115
Magill, Donald 115
Main, Ricky 115
Manners, Michelle 12,1 15
Mansell, Donna 1 15
Manthei, Ron 115
Martin, Patricia 12,115
Marvel, Richard 22,115
Maskill, Machael 115
Mattox, Pam 12,115
May, Elaine 106,116
McBrien, Jim 116
McCall, Michael 1 16
McCellan, Kara 10,13,85,116
McClure, Pat 1 16
McCutcheon, Marlin 47,1 16
McCutcheon, Melinda 12,116
McDaniel, Dorella 116
McDaniel, Rheta 116
McGowen, Vickie 13,116
McHenry, Tim 116
McKey, Theresa 116
Michael, Dan 41,22,107,116
Miller, Janet 12,93,99,116
Mills, Rick 1 16
Mitchell, William 1 16
Moats, Billie 91,116
Moore, Deborah 116
Moore, Crystal 116
Moore, Denise 13,116
Moore, Vickie 116
Morgan, Dorothy 1 16
Morgan, Jeannie 13,116
Morgan, Julie 116
Murphy, Patrick 22,1 16
Reed, Judy K.
Rieger, F ren
Rittenhouse , Jim
Class of 1970
Fry, Carol 93,98,1 36,1 28
Fulton, Dwayne 128
Gaither, Jim 30,32,l 28
Gale, Michael 128
Gallagher, Steve 128
Gamble, Diana 93,128
Gardner, Brenda 128
Gieck, Rob 128
Gippner, Chuck 128
Gladieux, Brenda 93,128
Glaspie, Rosette 128
Goalder, Deborah 128
Gorden, Becky 128
Grafton, Scott 128
Green, Terry 128
Greninger, Karen 8,9,13,77,85
Griffith, Carol 128
Griggs, Carol 128
Groves, Carol 128
Gumble, Rocky 128
Guss, Kay 128
Haag, Vicky 128
Holenback, Mary 128
Hale, Marsha 13,128
Hall, Laura 12,77,99,129
Halliburton, Tracie 93,98,129
Hollingshead, Rhonda 129
Hanna, Gay 129
Hanna, Sharon 129
Hardman, Linda 93,129
Harris, Donna 129
Harrity, Mickey 129
Harter, Pamela 74,129
Henley, Vickie 129
Henry, Larry 129
Heriford, Larry 102,129
Herring, Charles 18,21 ,47,1 29
Hicks, Roxanne 129
Hill, Marion 106,129
Hilton, Greeg 129
Hodge , Cheryl 129
Hope, Elizabeth 91,12,98,129
Humpherys, Bob 104,129
Ireland, Tim 11,18,21,85,106,129,40
Jacobs, Vickie 12,129
James, Jon 18,2l,129
J obe, Mark 129
Johnson, Sandy 129
Jones, Debra Ann
Keith, Deloris 129
Kelley, Susan 19,21 ,29,77,129
Kelley, Rickie 11,18,85,129
Kendall, Sherry 129
Kempton, Dianne 130
King, LaDonna 130
Kinney, Karen 130
Kreeger, Randi 130
Krupco, Walter 130
Lang, Cheryl 130
Lang, Nancy 130
Laningham, Lydia 85,93,124,130
Leatherwood, Denise 130
Ledom, Brenda 93,13,130
Lease, Connie 93,130
Leckrone, Jim 130
Link, Diane 130
Link, Limda 93,130
Little, Twila 130
Littlefield, Joy 130
Lively, Michael 130
Long, Nancy 102
Long, Sandy 130
Losure, Bruce 130,136
Lowe, Jacqueline 93,98,130
Luce, Nancy 130
Luth, Judy 93,130
Lynch, Paul 131
Mamie, Delores 13,102,131
Manis, Dennis 131
Manns, Charlene 131
Marshall, Gregg 131
Martin, Joe 131
Massey, Chris 131
Matney, Betty l3,31,67,l3l
Matney, Pamela 99,102,131
Matz, Jerry 54,131
McCall, Tom 76,131
McMi1lian, Jan 98
McWilliams, Chuck 18,76,99
Merril, Bob 45,47,52,131
Mertz, Ed 131
Miller, Dana 131
Miller, Glenda 131
Miller, Gordon 18
Miller, Linda 131
Miller, Mike 21
Miller, Tom 131
Miller, Randall 33,46,47,13l
Moore, George 30,131
Payne, Terry 11,18,21,23,124,132,40
Richards, Betty 103,12,102,104,133
Richards, John 133
Richardson, Judy 133
Riggs, Chris 133
Riley, Rita 133
Rise, Ronnie 76,133
Robertson, Kent 133
Robertson, Theresa 12,99,106,133
Robinson, Jeanne 133
Roe, Barbara 12
Ross, John 133
Ryder, Kenny 102,107,133
Sargent, David 133
Saunders, Karen 12,99,106,133
Schuler, Donald 133
Seitz, Susan 12,133
Shackleford, Pam 12,74,105,134
Shepard, Sandra 134
Shirley, Suzette 13,134
Shively, Karen 13,134
Shutt, Doug 85,134,40
Simmons, Brenda 134
Smith, Becky 12,77,134
Smith, Don 21,106
Smith, Judy 13,134
Smith, Kristi 98,134
Sneed, Charles 54,134
Snider, Vervil 134
Souther, Kathy 134
Spoor, Jack 134
Stafford, Doris 13,74,99,134
Steinmetz, Scott 134,40
Steineger, Cindy 12,99,134
Stepaniak, Lanita 12,99,107
Sterner, Steve 106,134
Stevens, Sandy 134
Stirling, Pam 49,85,99,l 02,105,
Stober, Joe 134
Stokesberry, Judy 99,134
Stump, Ginny 13,106,134
Sturgeon, Dayna 13,93,1 34
Sullivan, Marilyn 134
Sutton, Tonia 134
Swafford, Howard 102,106,134
Sweany, Linda 96,13,92,98,134,136
Swisher, Glenn 18,21 ,47,134
Tadlock, Doris 13,134
Tanner, Rick 134
Taylor, Gary 11,18,47,76,135
Thode, Kaye 135
Thoele, Jim 135
Tiner, Celesta 135
Tipton, Janet 99,135
Travis, Lynn 135
Trout, Jody 13,107,135
Twibell, Jack 21,135
Ulasien, Jenny 98,135
Urie, Nicki 12,135
Vail, Larry 18,21 ,44,47,135
Valentine, Richard 135
VanSant, Cal 107,135
Vogts, Carol 98,135
Wagner, Mike 135
Wallace, Pamela 12,74,99,105,135
Walley, Dianne 135
Walters, Beverly 135
Walters, Tom 106,135
Walton, Doug 47,135,136
Ward, Harold 135
Warfel, Sajonna 96,135
Warriner, Scott 135
Waugh, Sally 103,99,102,104,135
Weathers, Tom 99,135
Weber, Carole 135
Wheeler, Deborah 13,135
Whiles, Bill 135
Whiney, Mike 135
Wicinski, Jim 11,18,20,135
Wiley, John 136
Wilkins, Lee 54,136
Williams, Leon 136
Willis, John 136
Wilson, Mary 13,93,136
Wilson, William 21,136
Wilson, Narissg 136
Winegar, Tom 136
Wood, Vicki 12,74,99,l36
Worthington, Tim 49,85 ,102,104,136
Worthington, David 107,136,410
Wyrick, Linda 136
Seniors . . . Class of 1969
Durham, John 103,54,102,105,143
Elsbury, Belinda 98,143
Enfield, Louise 13,42,59,60,67,143
Engelman, Mike 143,178
Estes, Donna 143
Etherton, Don 18,143
Everett, Judy 98,143
Everett, Mike 143
Feaster, Raymon 11,18,45-7,76,
Feaster, Robert 11,18,76,178,144
Ferbezar, Debbie 14,13,29,144,
Ferguson, Janet 98,144
Finneran, Debbie 144
Forrest, Janie 144
Frolin, Darrel 102,144
Frownfelter, Stan 50-A,102,l05,
Gairnat, Jeanette 144
Gamble, Richard 144
Gargus, Douglas 144
Guy, Rod 1
Justice, Charles 78,106,147
Kaiser, Paula 9,12,42,58,84,138,
Kant, Bob 74,147
Keck, Bob 97,18,72,76,99,147
Keilberg, Mike 60
Kelley, Linda 93,147
Kendall, Carol 12,93,147
Kibbee, Steve 84,72,51-A,42,43,147
Kiff, Sharon 67,147
Killion, Pat 99,147
Kinder, J.R. 147
Knight, Suzy 147
Kobe, Jim 96,60,147
Kresyman, Linda 29,148,178
Krob, Mike 148
Lawson, Barbara 148
Leach, Jetty 13,29,77,148,178
Lively, Bob 106,148
Loftin, Carolyn 103,48,102,104,
Lowder, Diane 67,74,98,148
Lunday, Bud 148
Luth, Mike 45,148
Lykins, Jo Etta 148
Lynch, Phillip 148,178
Lynch, Therese 13,98,l48,178
Lyons, Mike 39
Mahler, Les 148,178
Mailberg, Cindee 148,178
Moore, Cindi 8,9,12,50-A,77,
Muro, John 25,150,178
Murphy, Dennis 92
Nelson, Jerry 150
Nixon, Judy 93,98,150
Norris, Linda 150
Olds, David 72
O,Neal, Pam 150
Page, Becky l03,42,102,104,l50
Palmer, Barbara 150
Pantoja, Milly 93,98,150
Patton, Ronnie 150
Peck, Mary 77,150
Pedersen, Marilyn 43,60,150
Phillips, Shirley 97,150
Post, Steve 150
Potter, Mark 150
Powell, John 151
Quigley, Linda 151
Reade, Chuck 38,51-A,72,84,151,178
Redington, Nancy 151
Reed, Karen 151
Richart, Gene 151,178
Ring, Lana l4,96,12,84,l51,179
Rise, Raymond 76,151
Roberts, James 151
Roberts, Jim 151
Rowe, Bill 7
Rush, Patty 12,151
Ryan, Danny 151
Ryder, Larry 33,99,l51
Samuels, Paula 12,l3,77,98,151,178
Schneider, Colleen 97,151
Shoemaker, Sharon 98,152
Sigler, Kathy 103,42,99,102,105,
Simons, Marilyn 152
Simons, Linda 152
Sims, Linda 14,13,51-A,77,152,
Singer, Carol 12,42,43,84,152
Smith, Diane 152
91 ,74,1 02,105,152
Taylor, Les 42,48-A,84,152
Tadlock, Connie 93,98,152
Thode, Marty 153
Tobin, Mike 153
Todd, Sue 153
Toman, Pat 153
Trout, Cathy 13,98,153
Trowbridge, Nadine 93,98,153
Tunks, Leslie 153
Turner, Jim 153
Turk, Kay 42,43,84,102,104,105,
Tush, Roxie 13,153,178
Vitatoe, Jim 153
Wagner, Jim 153
Walker, Linda 103,67,99,102,105,153
Wallace, Mike 76
Wallace, Ralph 11,18,153
Ward, Paula 77,153
Warriner, Debbie 96,13,153
Way, Kathy 12,24,25,27,51-A,77,
Way, Walter 103,49,102,104,154
Webb, Cathy 49-A,77,84,138,154,178,
Welch, Sam 30,154
West, Jacalyn 101,154
Wheeler, Larry 52,53,76,154
Wiedner, Fred 11,18,154
Wilbers, Donna 12,154
Williams, Judy 154
Willis, Bonnie 9l,102,72,74,l02,154
Wilson, John 31,50-A,84,l02,105,
Wilson, Vickey 77,154
Winslow, Karen 90,154
Witt, Geneva 154
Wittkipp, Ronald Woodcock, Kathy 98,154 Zimmerli, Lois
Wood,Juanita 42,58,84,102,l04,29, WO0dC0ck,Mitch 154 BiggS,David
154,50-A,103 Wright,Virginia 155 Rhodes, Tom
The senior class of 1969 have left quite a lot of accomplishments to be remembered by: One could say they earned the
title of 6'The Immortal Class of 19697
One of the student teachers that comes to Turner, Jane Bowker, helps a senior English student.
The cheerful Lettergirls of 1968-69 stop for a picture during their busy schedule.
The underrated Bears prove stiff competition for Sumner.
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