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

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S I Turner High School gyiawggg, W F H Turner, Kansas E sf iii 'J' a 079 ar 4Volume 37 459-41fNlsK:B5 School Emblem Designed By G d Karen re ' Editor-in-chief: Vicki Wood oimblishea by the TURNERITE staff y ' Lil? f ol., 5 1 r 14 N. ' , f L X .neil ,-, 'T I I . 3-Q... J ,-j f xkn' , 5 fiat "f 3 .f-"1 4 I ' h 1, Q I Q V. , , . I q . 4, C 1, rf-T p V- Q, I Qi 40' ' 1" . 43 Q' H . f ' 1 i xg 5 . A . 1. 'a 2:5 2.-var A ex . I EF' as-Q 3 I . 1 Sfggg 33 was is sm - 9 . -- 'Ca , ,V K. vxq an 1 P , . sm. w' N . 1 . f f iz Qu 'QFESSEE . ,5?,f,,,, favs:-Q'l' fg- Ew A 2 ,S x W ,, v...Jcf2.1fmw-'-- Y ' W- Y .iii Qs -If 7' 1 Q mentation A X - -'isp-ff l A, ' it , Orientation is the first day of school for most students, 'lg' - 1 but for some, school begins several days earlier. To be i J U " ' W '5'F ,K-if i t fi" , - 5 ' V gf prepared for football season, cheerleaders practice rnost of ' ,X 4, i'5L ? 5, f'l' a5?'fi3?,,njfL6g, W Q 2 ' 1- ' the summerg football players begin practice se' eral weeks WL aglg A ul "1' H '53 prior to opening day. N ,f 4, -l . I I This year orientation was divided into two daysg the if Q p 2'- first, August 26, for sophomores onlyg the second, August ll ii 1 1 - 1 . 4 , A 27, forjuniors and seniors. Student Council members and " x facultyahgfljped in orientation proceedings by processing . ,Q l I ' 'S f Q' ' haul A student fefesand handing out receipts. An assembly was Q 1 ' i ' q A given both days withmMr. Wilkins and Mr. Bolin speaking. W " ,E 55' i ' T " 4 . .3 we-ev' f 5 ' 5 3 1 WI I, V, b I qvt 1, . i .V V . -' '42 " v Y ' 5 I j .1 , j . ,.,'- ' "f'l-241-Lfloiw -.f. 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E 2 , 'rf '- 'TQ H- 3 "e' 2. 0 Q I-g 1 o A O I3 School Board The school board for the Turner School District No. 202 'consists of seven representatives. This board has the final authority on any issue brought to them by the superinten- dent or other qualified persons in the district. They act as an advisory committee to the superintendent, Mr. Wallace Smith. Mr. Smith has been in the Turner district for 36 years, having beefawthe former principal of Turner Grade School and the business manager for the district. This yearibgings another new face to the No. 202 district Mr. Carl Hendon, assistant superintendent of schools. His main responsibility deals with the areas of personnel and curriculum development, as well as being secretary and clerk at the board meetings. ual' 98531: , , l if Hi 'l Y, 1-er ' s, . - :rf I3-xi it V52-f' .ef Superintendent Wallace Smith Assistant Superintendent Carl Hendon l..-:S 'LM The School Board members are: Mr. Carl Hendon, Mr. Dudley Potter, Mr. James Stirling, Mr. Harold Cook, Dr. A. A. Gentry Mr. Fred Rosenau, Mr. John Wilson, Dr. Jack Haden, and Mr. Wallace Smith. Administration This year Turner acquired a new principal, Mr. Robert f r A. Wilkins, former Pierson principal. Along with his ex- perience at the junior high school, Mr. Wilkins has brought some new ideas. The school, he feels, should not be based on a lot of rules and regulations, but rather on the individ- ual's merit and progress. This is Mr. Bolin's second year as vice principal after having been a drafting teacher at Turner for 17 years. Mr. Bolin also feels that rules are not of prime importance, but rather it is the individual who needs to be guided and directed according to his own needs and wants. Mr. Wilkins talks to a student during the lunch hour. Mr. Bolin takes care of one of his many responsibilities. Jr' ga! I aff? 5 V' Mrs. Iona Carmichael Mrs. Eileen Taylor Mrs. Rosie Thomas llI'S6 Mrs. Creek, who has been at Turner for four years, is well known to many students. Not only is she the nurse for the Turner Unified School District. As coordinator she is in charge of the other school nurses in the district, and of taking care of supplies and reports. She also actively sponsors the Health Careers Club. Secretaries Among the many respected personnel at Turner are the secretaries in the office. These ladies assist the Principal, Vice-Principal, and teachers at Turner. It is their job to keep records, answer telephones, keep attendance and many other tasks that are required of them. 2 s ,f"?1 Mrs. Mary Lou Pulliam Mrs. Vivian Lewman .1 I 5, 4 . - f 1:5 X ' Z i : i f- 3 , X, I ,7 xr Y " . Irs. ev' - ri I 'Tr f'f'4, ,i-V :aT . rf' .3 fi 45. , P. rf, A ,?"?-" - 4 ' Q H-213 i , ' gi "fav 5 L A--111+-'Q.e,:. ' 15.356 - - fix? . V L '. 3, f'-- Q55 3 n - - 'vt' ,ur -. , . fe -air. , .af .Q 35.1.2 - 7 Mrs. Pauline Creek Front row: Troy Bird, Bill Allison, Bob Hess, Al Wilcox. Second row: Bill Bent, Jesse Johnson, Charlie Clemmens. Personnel The cooks at Turner High School have a big job. They must prepare lunch for the majority of the Turner students. These meals are filling as well as nourishing and appreciated by the students. The custodians at Turner are in charge of keeping the school in running condition. They must keep the heating and plumbing working so that school may carry on as usual. In case of emergencies they are invaluable and do v many odd jobs that are asked of them by faculty and ad- ministration. Mrs. Jean Yonts manages the cash register in the cafeteria. Front row: Mrs. Chessy Evans, Mrs. Rose Lust, Mrs. Gertrude Mitter, Mrs. Louise Reimer, Mrs. Margaret Trowbridge, Mrs. Lu cille Bloodgood. Second row: Mrs. Margaret Lohrey, Mrs. Jerry Normile, Mrs. Jean Yonts, Mrs. Marie Numer. Counselors Students at Turner have three fine counselors to help them with their transferal and graduation problems. Miss Mildred Cunningham, senior counselor, is doing an excellent job of getting college-bound seniors to the univer- sity of their choice. Mr. Roy Kleindolph and Miss Nancy Oyler help the under-classmen with class changes. Librarians Turner's librarians, Miss Keitha Peterson and Mrs. Betty Bukeley, have again Worked diligently to make our library what it is today, a storehouse of knowledge. Magazines, filmstrips, newspapers, and records really help in the running of our fine library. Alright! Alright! The installment plan's okay! ,F .1 W r H it E Li-QA 3 , . ij Miss Keitha Peterson and Mrs. Betty Bulkeley Miss Nancy Oyler F r F S2 Fi 2 L ry Mr. Roy Kleindolph M5 Miss Mildred Cunningham I 1 if lv ,J r 1 an K 4 ,ff DL, Algebra Il students work axis problems. Math Beginning mathematicians at Turner High School are in troduced to the language of mathematics in Algebra I and secondary math, while middleclassmen learn to think logically in geometry and apply their newly acquired skill in algebra Il. Advanced students become fluent in the language of mathematics through modern introductory analysis and business math. Teachers: Miss Shirley Coffin-geometry, algebra l Mr. Burley Martin-algebra l and Il Mr. David McDonald-business, secondary math Mr. Hubert Waugh-modern introductory analysis, cal- culus , -pi' I-'I Mr. Hubert Waugh Mr. David McDonald M555 Shiflelf Coffin C' Science All students at Turner High School are required to en- roll in one of the four Lab Sciences offered before they can graduate. Biology students find themselves in a se1f-advance- ment program studying the science of life. The Chemistry students search in nature for regular- ities which will result in the ability to predict. Contrasting the smallest atom to the universe, with an emphasis on energy and matter, enables Physics students to understand the physical world in which they live. It was stated that more students should take physics to gain a better understanding of the world and its prob- lems. Mr. Arnold Voth Mr. Albert Frisby 'F .V .V '52 -i f I J , 3 :hz , ,I ..,. , . , E X 4 sa it 2 Mrs, Judith Roberts Mr. Burley Martin Mr. Bruce Bowman WX Most of the science teachers agreed that English and mathematics are the most important subjects in high school because they teach a person how to better commu- nicate with others. Mathematics could even be called a universal language. The science teachers are: Mr. Burley Martin-Physics Mr. Bruce Bowman- Chemistry Mr. Lloyd Fugate-Biology Mrs. Judith Roberts-Biology Mr. Arnold Voth-Biology Mr. Albert Frisby-Biology M G E M t 'Q7f?':ffE:' ip - i N W 1: ww- English High school English is designed to teach clear, precise communication skills through composition, vocabulary, examples of good literature, and class discussion. In J our- nalism I, students learn compact, concise ways in which to report, and in Journalism II, they use their skill to pub- lish the BOOSTER, Turner High School's newspaper. Speech and drama teach communication through body gestures and facial expressions as well as through speaking, while stagecraft students learn the practical aspects of producing a play. Students enrolled in humanities study culture, art, and literature to better understand all peoples of the world. fContinued on page 20.1 ,swarm i r,,, ,, nl rf isdn H 3 'g 7. is 1 'l it 'ii' Mrs. Essie Davis W... - ive Mr. Charles Carpenter in -sr 2 fi Mrs. Kathy Bond. 5 0 Home Economlcs 1.1 A v Y H if V , if j1f..af'i- Lg, gl' z f . E ' lj, I 1 1 - ly T""" -4 K . l 1 5. x Miss Mary Ann Haas gf gh Miss Rosemary Grosdidier ff ' 3 N G E R 1 -l Mrs. Barbara McDonald Turner offers a well rounded course in Home Econom- ics. This is important as it exposes girls to all areas of homemaking which they will someday need. They are educated in other areas of living, and education in home economics is one they need for maintaining a home and family. Girls may choose courses in Clothing I and II, Foods I and II, and Homeliving. In these courses they learn about sewing, cooking, meal planning, interior decora- ting, and home management. Miss Rosemary Grosdidier is head of the Home Eco- nomics Department. . 'F' a Commerce 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 click as students in Typing I and II strive for dexterity. Young executives master basic techniques and factual in- formation in business law and communications while the world of dollars and cents, shorthand, and accounting are analyzed. To those nearing completion of secretarial prepara- tion, the office, practice class provides the finishing touches for thehmanagement of a business office. . 5- I I V E cf '4.1-RAW 'm':'71 l --. --' 1 Miss Nancy Marshall Miss Patricia Waiter Mr. John Hamilton M92 I I 'E' i ill C a I H u N nit 'i H 1 N -1"""4 ,L 'ip , A ,1 ' ,,. '- Q, 4 Mrs. Deanna Schaaf 26 1 X' Q Mrs. Susan Garton lr Q , , pf . -5 is 'QM' Q' D25 .1- M ,, rm visa K fm 1' 1 . ' I 4 W 1 M Mrs. Kathleen Elliot Mrs. Dorothy Callahan 4. -l I I9 fur-a-4' I Mrs. Pat Heidler Mrs. Barbara Young Mr. Barry Wallace In addition to practicing communication skills, sopho- mores sample literature of the English language, juniors concentrate on the Works of American writers, and sen- iors delve into Teachers: the prose and poetry of Great Britain. Mrs. Kathy Bond-English 11 and 12, humanities Mrs. Dorothy Callahan-Journalism I and II, English 11 Mr. Charles Carpenter-English 10 Mrs. Essie Davis-English 10 Mrs. Kathleen Elliot-English 10 and 1 1 Mrs. Susan Garton-English 10 and 11 Mrs. Pat Heidler-English 10 and 11 Mrs. Mary Spitser-English 12 fhead of Dept.j Mr. Barry Wallace-Speech, drama, stagecraft Mrs. Barbara Young-English 11 and 12 'Omer :mr F152 qt, Mrs. Mary Spitser ' Y M r Q .1 A 1 K -sa.. , . r:..1SN Etgjixdt bmi' E' 1 251, V5.5 mx: 1 - Cin! I-amy!-12.1-. ' ' 5 Y lbs:-gl-1 .N-X Mr. R'Leigh Bell 'A as Radical changes in economics and sociology are stud- ied in terms of contemporary problems. Problems of race, generation gap, communications and space technol- ogy are discussed, and sometimes argued. The head of the social Science Department is Mr. Kenneth Syring. Mr. Syring teaches Special Education. Mr. Stephan Earle-World Historyg Mr. Gale Jones- American Government and Sociology, Mr. Thomas Flynn-American History, Mr. Courtney Worley-Amer- ican Government, Sociology, and American Historyg Mr. - Charles Minor-American Government and Sociologyg Mr. William Kirkman-American History and Psycholo- gy, and Mr. Billy Stratton-American History, Mr. R' Leigh Bell-Driver's Education, and Mr. Gerald Shoe- maker-Driver's Education. I I I I I ii Ss. -.,, "lun,--in Mr. William Kirkman Mr. Gerald Shoemaker 24 N , Mr. Roy Johanson Mr. Billy Stratton af' "Q---v-v-usp-,gyp- X ff,-I .l Mr. Courtney Worley Mr. Charles Minor Social Science Courses included in the Social Sciences are: Psychol- ogy, to give us a better understanding of ourselves and others, Sociology, the study of peoples' behavior and life patterns, American Government, an examination of the functions of our government: American History, a basic understanding of the American pastg World Histo- ry, a look at world developments throughout the course of time, World Geography, a study of world locations and associated topics, International Relations, a help in understanding the world's inter-related problems. Amer- ican Government, Sociology, and American History are requirements for Juniors and Seniors. Driver's Education is also included in the Social Sciences. The social sciences give students a chance to under- stand and adjust to our world. QContinued on page 24.1 Mr. Kenneth Syring I . -.ii , 'isa , , .L in lf. -r Mr. Thomas Flynn Mr Gale Jones Mr Steven Earle iii 1 Foreign Language Learning a foreign language provides a new scale of communication and gives a cultural background for world understanding. In this time for wider communi- cations and travel the need for a better knowledge of foreign languages is essential. Turner offers three foreign languages: Spanish, French, and Latin. Students not only learn about the speaking and structure of the language, but about the history and people of that country. Miss Margaret Leatherberry has been the head of the department for 21 years. ', -ll' 'six , ,rm lil. V313 4.111035 1.011 4515142 ,L D.-I I iibfiiii fur.. Y - T gag: NR '::::..: 'rg f F2 Zffllillif' l ' .' ,-I' ,JL ,..f4"" I Mrs. Cheryl Osborn 'Li- Miss Margaret Leatherberry Mrs. Faye J enne Mrs. Lucy Grey p P FV. ...Y , ll: ' r 5 pi 1 ,, t lx-if ,4,.L e f y J 7 F ' EW ' i 1. is Ji, fl " """' ' 1 ' ff-3 t 1 Mr. Paul Klaassen Mr. Paul Carson Miss Elizabeth Choplin Fine Arts The Fine Arts Department is comprised of three sec- tions: vocal music, band and art. Mr. Paul Klaassen leads the Glee clubs, chorus, choir and chorale. Mr. Wayne Hamilton directs the band. Miss Elizabeth Choplin and Mr. Paul Carson operate the art courses. Phys. Ed. Mr. Joe Baker, the head of the P.E. Department, and his assistant, Mr. Roy Johansen, instruct approximately 300 sophomore and junior boys each week. The instructor of Girls' Physical Education is Mrs. Janice Saul. Her classes are slightly larger, with 340 stu- dents. Physical Education is required for sophomores and is ,4 an elective for juniors and seniors. T ' Skills, knowledge, appreciation for various other physi- cal activities are acquired in physical education classes. fe 5 Mr. Wayne Hamilton Mr. J oe Baker Mrs. Janice Saul G . .v. 355.1-2' V, if lr?" ' f , '5 E W1 ' f i i 2 is 'I y in V- " 1' Wie?-, l V , gp - Z , , 5 4? 1 E al l F ' ' Mr. Raymond Barnett Mr. Charles Morgan Industrial Arts The Industrial Arts Department endeavored this year to teach students skills which would be useful to them. , Iri' The purpose of industrial arts is to give valuable training If to boys who are interested in the industrial field as a possible vocation or as a hobby. Turner has a well-equipped shop area which gives stu- dents an opportunity to work with up-to-date machinery and gain actual experience through their work. Students and teachers alike realize when the car starts, the print- ing press clicks, the radio works, and the finished coffee table gleams, that a skill has truly been acquired. ,,--..ag : AWE ,YS E M g. i .lr ., LE, J it i f 4 1, 5 ig? Mr. Don Bell Mr. Thomas Spruill Mr. William Mitchell ,,. -....... .. .,...,...--f 4,0 qs. r....4--Y 4 Y,.....4.--,.. , - ' 'ff -.H . .1 w --Y , . - V .XV ,M ' J w X, LAM iw ..- W-. .1 54ewzeA!"2'-my 1 y A , wif, 71. L-. L W ,L IL A , -.., riff, If .mn F , 1 Q -y,,,,1 ,., M, E: -1 was , U V . - V uf ' n. . gli is fe 1 ISI' '15 iii X al-- W 5: s f' ' Mmjsssiifw ' at , ,M w 1:1521 iw L: ,V 'iff W Wm -' . , r ,W ff, K' WM Qaggggjgw 222455 -I A K., ,ss U ffl' 352 , ' ,T IPS Y vw :,::za"mK L 1 , , ff wsfw - W 1 55,54 Us -., , L W , 4. 143551. ,A ii? wax! wfslsfi: " 1 1 - Mg 4 , Y , 11 . 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E .v e , .,..,, A, 'iT:.i'?" C Roberta Caster .. V:-., , , ,Y Debbie Cavasos Nedra Caviness Darrell Chamberlin Gordon Chapman Paula Chevalier Timmy Chowning Marva Clark , David Clawson ' if, n Q O O I O Roberta Dedrick David DeGraeve Cecil Denham Allan Devriese John Dexter Pamela Dobbins Mary Dobson Gregory Dodson ll alumna sill la 4 to so i , 0 6 1 e 1 1 4 . 1 n rushes. AND P-ROUND THE CAFETERJA ,filfil Xen! 1 a kr .- ., 4 fx! aga tx ffm A-n gl X , Judy Cole Scotty Cooley Joseph Cook Richard Cook James Cox Ronda Crabaugh Harold Crabtree Judy Crafton James Craig Vicki Craig Cal Crawford Johnny Criner Susan Crites Clifton Crozier Darrell Crystal John Cullum Diana Cumbie Terry Cummins Timothy Cummings Cynthia Dalton 2.-fi:-., ' f t --r' . ef 4 Q 5 5 524.2 , ,Q--f .1 , -. aff ,Q 21 f N-, 1 K x .1 . my '. Q" in. ' . 1 .'-fl xx . 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Jones, N. Wilson J Richard son. Second row: S. Nugent, P. James, M. Holenbeck, D. Gamble, C. Steinegar, K. Crabtree, G. Spaits, P. Mattox M Gregory A. Wilson, D. Arnold. Third row: H. Irby, R. Sills, S. Vance, P. Whitney, D. Davis, J. Bradbury, P. Ruphard Art Club is a club of fun, work, and mischief. This club does not only consist of art class members, but of any stu- dent interested in a Wonderful time. The people in art club do not necessarily have to be in the field of art. There are many activities which take no talent at all. The club spon- Art Club sor is Miss Elizabeth Choplin. There is a lot of competition in this club. They compete with the art classes for the decoration of the Christmas window. They have a rivalry within their club, because of a point system. Decorations for the Turnerite Royalty Ball, and for the musical were also projects of Art Club. The club members meet on alternating Thursdays and after school. Officers are: Vicki McClintic, President, Bob Merrell, Secretary, Judee Laningham, Vice-President, and Diane Gamble, Point Secretary. During the football season the band students work every day to put on a successful show. In the mornings, they get their instruments out ofthe cabinets, warm upg then out to the cold weather they go to march. On the field all band mem- bers attentively watch Mr. Hamilton. A Marching Band Turner High School's Golden Bears Marching Band fin- ished a full season of successful performances. Besides pre- paring shows for five home football games the band attend- ed two invitational Band Days. One was held at Emporia on October 11, and the other at K.U. on November 1. They held a paper sale to purchase a tape recorder on November 25. They presented a short concert for Turner's annual Open House. The end result of all th1s preparation is a fine half-time show. Q J gg VS gpm - - .1- ' ' I---1 QQ?-2,jhx Y' -fd -1 Q . , W 5 ' - --I' 0 . 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A :Al-:vw X-pgrsx ,. . , ,. ffsv?g, 1. The BOOSTER staff consists of: D. Fitch, M. Holenbeck, Mrs. Callahan, T. McDaniel, S. McBride, B. Edwards, S. Kendall, D. Burnett, P. Clayborn, M. Pettey, B. Gladieux, P. Martin, J. Luth, C. Steineger. Toni McDaniel, Editor, and Mrs. Callahan, Advisor, meet the problems concerning the BOOSTER. N,,a A. i Booster Staff The BOOSTER staff, with the purpose of publishing a paper every other week, consisted of eight senior girls, two junior girls, five junior boys, and one sponsor, Mrs. Callahan. The staff worked first hour every day and, when deadlines were near, there was someone working almost every hour and after school in order to get the paper to the student body'on schedule. Since publication of the paper required a full ten days, the staff was continually working on one of the 16 issues. However, through the efforts of staff members and cooperative teachers who allowed students to leave classes, most deadlines were met. The special Christmas issue was the first paper in two years to have eight pages, and the first in the history of the school to have color pictures. Besides putting out the paper, the staff found time to sponsor the KUDL disc jockey-faculty game. The Choir members are-Front row: P. Wallace, T. Higgins, N. Long, B. Matney, R. Clements, A. Roberts, S. DeBaun, B. Johnson, B. Zuck, V. Clawson, D. Sturgon, D. Goalder. Second row: P. Shackelford, S. Waugh, P. Stirling, A. Adams, M. Rusk, G. Moore, G. Bell, R. Valentine, D. Page, B. Richards, J. Miller, M. Moore, R. Burris. Third row: D. Barclay, M. Hale M. Nave, M. Bryant, B. Humphreys, M. Tice, R. Allison, G. Bray, D. Osteen, S. Palmer, S. McBride, P. Martin. Fourth row D Rohrbach, A. Jones, L. Wyrick, L. King, K. Hibbs, R. Kent, G. Rickey, L. Wilkens, H. Eden, C. VanSant, T. Worthington, N Allen, D. Jones. Choir Choir consists of Sl members whose musical interests exceed singing in the Glee Clubs. Each must have good vocal timbre and the ability to sight read. One year of Glee Club is needed in order to be eligible. This organization, under the leadership of Mr. Klaassen, performs for many school functions. On December 22, 1969, the Choir blended their voices together to produce a very fine Christmas assembly. A spring assembly was given and parts ofthe Choirjourneyed to Lawrence for the State Music Festival, April 3 8L 4. Many fine solos were presented there. Aside from the main Choir, smaller groups of girls and boys in trios and quartets were formed to give more people a chance to perform. This is Mr. Kl2l3SS6l'l,S first year at Turner and it proved very worthwhile to him. He helped stage the production of THE FANTASTIKS with Mr. Wallace, which appeared February 19 8a 21. .Z The girls double-trio was formed for the first time this year The members were: B. Johnson, S. DeBaun, D. Page, A. Roberts, D. Rohrbach, T. Higgins. The accompanists were N Allen and D. Page. The Choir officers of 1969-1970 were: Betty Richards, Trea- surerg Sue Palmer, Vice-Presidentg Tim Worthington, Presidentg Barb Zuck, Secretary. Mr. Klaassen, a man with their problems. for all seasons, helps his music students 159 Xb' ..,.... , '-'1":,....j' ' Choir students during a practice can often be seen singing their hearts out. This particular afternoon the group practiced a pop- ular piece, "Windy". LU. The Chorale Chorale consists of 20 members and is another group under the direction of Mr. Klaassen. To be eligible for Chorale, a student must be part of the Choir, have the abil- ity of reading music and be dependable. This group, because of it's smallness, is able to sing at various organizations. Before Christmas they sang for a women's luncheon at the Parish House in Argentine and the following day sang at the Methodist Church. Besides having members participating in the musical, the Chorale performs for other civic events in the area. A spring concert is given and the Chorale travels to Lawrence for the State Music Festival, April 3 84 4. Betty Richards has been the accompanist for the Choir and Chorale for two years. In addition to this she was the head pianist for two musicals, SOUND OF MUSIC and THE FANTASTIKS. Front row: P. Wallace, P. Stirling, S. Waugh, P. Shackleford, A. Jones, B. Richards, S. Palmer, L. Wyrick, V. Clawson, B. Zuck Second row: M. Bryant, K. Hibbs, G. Ricky, R. Kent, M. Tice, G. Bray, H. Eden, T. Worthington. J . ga. ' ,Rx Q 'six . The members of French Club are-Seated: D. Lewis, C. Ray, J. Southern, B. Moats, C. Powell, C. Myers, B. Billings, C. Ja- cobson, L. Hall, C. Steineger, M. Neighbors, J. Littlefield, B. Gordon, A. Jones, P. Bradford, S. Palmer, T. Kovich, D. Rohr bach, R. Kelley, R. Kent. Standing: Miss Leatherberry, L. Lawhorn, N. Allen, M. Hill, S. Benton, J. James. The officers of French Club are: Lennie Stepaniak, Trea- surer, Billie Moats, Secretary, Terry Payne, Vice-President, F Sue Palmer, President. Club Le Cercle Francais, or French Club, endeavors to culti- vate an interest and appreciation for the people, language, and customs of France among students who have had or are taking their third or fourth year of high school French. The most spectacular event of the year is the annual Christmas party, La Pete des Rois, which is held on Jaunary 6, the anniversary of the wise men's arrival in Bethlehem. Other activities include a spring picnic, exchanging letters with a cast from Paris, and a trip to the Nelson Art Gallery to see the world famous display commemorating the birth of Napoleon 200 years ago. Miss Margaret Leatherberry has been the sponsor of La Cercle Francais for many years. .""m'1 Ffth.. -.' fi. Elrod, T. Weathers, J. Butler, C. McWilliams, L. Wilkins, D. Fitch, J. Taylor, P. Wallace, P. Lincoln, R. Wilson, Second row: T. Green, M. Vail, P. James, J. Miller, P. Martin, G. Haynes, J. Robinson, P. Shackleford, D. Atwen, ..- ter. Third row: C. Powell, T. Robertson, L. Hall, C. Steineger, S. Waugh, J. Smith, D. Stafford, J. Halbach, R. ittle, C. Sparks, N. Wilson, S. Radford, J. Lewis, K. Nolan, S. Allison, D. Huff, J. Shoemaker, S. Meier, C. Markus, J. Garner, S. Sterner. Fourth row: R. Sweeten, R. Murphy, D. Manthei, R. Adams, S. Szczygiel, J. Wicinski, N. Onstott, J. Wiley, T. Barnett. Fifth row: P. Harter, D. Russell, E. Stewart, P. Russell, C. Guy, D. Bryan, J. Smith, D. Winters, L. Luce, K. Briggs, S. Crabaugh. Sixth row: P. Ferson, C. Smith, J. Foulk, S. Warner, N. Stevens, T. Frownfelter, R. Crabaugh, G. Foster, S. Briles, B. Parsons. The F.T.A. officers and sponsors are: P. Wallace, S. Waugh, Mrs. Osborne, Mr. Carpenter, H. Eden, C. Steineger, C. Pow- ell, T. Robertson. F.T.A. Future Teachers of America, more commonly known as F.T.A., is an organization designed for students who are interested in finding out about the opportunities that are available to them in the teaching profession. The club is composed of eighty members: 26 seniors, 14 juniors, and 40 sophomores. The sponsors are Mr. Charles Carpenter, an English teacher, and Mrs. Cheryl Os- born, a Spanish and Clothing teacher. The newly elected officers for this year are: Hal Eden, President, Cindy Stein- eger, Vice-President, Pam Wallace, Secretary, Carla Powell, Treasurer, Sally Waugh, Editor, and Teri Robertson, His- torian. The senior members will have an opportunity to visit the two junior high schools and the area grade schools to observe the teaching methods in elementary education. Also the club will be traveling to different colleges, such as Emporia State Teacher's College, Kansas State College at Pittsburg, and Kansas University at Lawrence. The annual convention will again be held at K-State in the spring of 1970. These trips are to provide background material for students faced with the question of "Which College shall I attend upon graduation?', The offrcers ot GAA are Susre Kelley V1ce Presrdent Kathy Crabtree Secretary 8t Treasurer Joyce Cathy Pornt Secretary G A A VIC MCCl1HflC Prestdent Thrs organrzatron 1S desrgned to teach glflS at ports manshrp and to develop athletrc skrlls Mrs Saul sponsor I and the 40 GAA members enjoy every aspect of the sports rnvolved but the enjoyment IS earned Each grrl must accu mulate 100 pomts to be ehvlble for membersh1p 1n GAA Pomts are earned the followrng ways 10 pornts every Intramural attendance 50 pomts for a semester of bowlrng on Wednesdays 25 pornts for partrcrpatrng ID a Sports Day When the requrred pomts are attamed the grrls try out for membershxp ev rw' 4 llll!lllllmm nmnnumnumuml Front row J Cathy K Crabtree V McCl1nt1c S Kelley Second row V Clawson J Smrth B Gladreux N Urre L Copen haver G Mrller V Henley L Mrller C Stemeger B Smrth L Hall K Grenmger Thrrd row P Clayborn N Torrey P Sanders V ONeal K Haden B Cochran J Weathers J Mrller H Neff S Gutschenrrtter Fourth row D Leatherwood V Jacobs N Allen B Moats D Lohrey C Elrod J Lrttlefreld P Wallace V Q, ' ' 2 , - L a 1 . 0 O ,Z 9 . , L3 L- U ants, v " . . 'Q ,.,r ' 'w 43 3 - ' A . D ' . 4 ' F . . ' ,Y af , C ' - f . . 1 ' A 'Lg IV .1-,V 1 1 1 1 J K X . I Y ..f.-.f., ,.,, , . 1, f 1, . ' 1 1 I' 4 '- , , Q be - ' o , X' I 1 J l I ' V." . ' 1' Y K A N 'I X F' J V t Y 1,1 J ' - fir , , - ST- ' F- 4 4- - , w I 1 - L iq-ei Y U . .N I I. 9 . r - -J F ' 1 ' X nl: :QL -X 2 ,. 1 V . ,vw ' .un . - wif Z' , n' '37 Q S I N -.. M J ,ur .- u. , ,,, ... , , , . . ' x " ' -' f K' fe ,, ,. v ' I x M lr? , ' r f ,- .. A 1 ' R45-. f A-. I . V J , -A . nf A . . . Y A ..-I N Us .. YV- V , ' f 15 : . , . , . , . . : . , . , . ' , , ' 7 , 1 ' 1 ' 7 ' s ' - 3 ' 2 ' a - - Z - , . , . 7 . ' 1 ' . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . , , I 4 . . , . , . , . , . , . , . . 'nf' if The members of Health Careers are-Row one: S. Cameron, K. Shively, B. Roberts, D. Bryant, C. Fry, C. Tiner, D. Mamie D. Cole, D. Phillips, M. Holenbeck, S. Johnson. Row two: H. Neff, N. Long, J. Tipton, G. Ray, T. Hallibutton, D. Askren, K. Myers, C. Preston, D. Myers B. Ledom, S. Smith, B. Matney, A. Adams. Row three: Mrs. Creek, R. Mailberg, J. Blake- ly, L. Barrier, L. Link, K. Shively, E. Backhus, G. Stump, D. Holenbeck, R. DeMoss, J. Lowe. Row four: G. Crowe, D. Goalder, C. Cavasos, J. Trout, J. Sedivy, E. Lane, V. Clawson, M. Foster D. Link, C. Dyster, J. McMillan, B. Wilson. Row five: P. Matney, B. Newton, B. Quigley, B. Burns, R. Arnold, P. Preston, J. Powlas, L. King. Row six: P. Wiynger, J. Mor- gan, M. Evertt, S. Crites, G. Dobson, R. Cheek, D. Fewin, R. Carter, L. Enfield. Row seven: R. McDaniel, C. Griggs, D. White, S. Prince, M. Beard, B. Bailey, S. Price, L. Copenhaver, L. Sweaney, S. Seitz. Row eight: C. Vogts, S. Shirley, B. Cochran, V. Jacobs, M. Allen, P. Rupard, D. Cook, B. Reed, V. McClintic, D. Harris. The officers of Health Careers are: Karen Shively, Vice-President, Carol Fry, Secretary, Patty Pres- ton, Treasurer, Sandy Johnson, President. The purpose of Health Careers in high school is to bring together young people interested in nursing and health, to share their interests, to explore opportunities and require- ments in these fields, to grow as individuals by working to- gether and to learn about the community life in which they soon will participate. For Thanksgiving they made baskets of fruit and home- made cookies and candy to take to St. Rita's Home and the Wyandotte County Home. They saw films, demonstrations, and had guest speak- ers throughout the year to learn more about Health Careers. Their plans include a demonstration on self defense, Christmas caroling at Wyandotte County Home, a trip to Osawatomie Mental Hospital, attending an area tea, and, to wind up the year, they plan to have a picnic for the chil- dren at the Mennonite Home. ,. sr Via f Officers are: Hal Eden, President, Sue Palmer, Vice-President, and Greg Bell, Secretary-Treasurer. National Honor Society National Honor Society consists of 1570 of the Senior class and SW of the junior class. Members of this group have leadership, a high character, good scholarship, and are in many school activities. Each spring 20? ofthe senior class and 100k of the junior class is nominated for Honor Society. At graduation seniors wear cords according to the number of years they have been members. Second year members wear black and gold ones while new mem- bers wear gold. The sponsors are Mr. Earle, Mrs. Osborn, and Mrs. Garton. Officers are: Hal Eden, President, Sue Palmer, Vice-Presi- dent, and Greg Bell, Secretary-Treasurer. Front row: D. Morrison, D. Barclay, S. Waugh, P. Wallace, B. Zuck, P. Stirling. Second row: T. Payne T. Fritts, G. Bell, M Neighbors, C. Steineger, P. Matney, S. Ashworth, B. Billings. I . t . 97 ie, - '. ,Q 5 , .-was .A mfs" 'Q ' The members are: N. Bradbury,T. Ford,D. Brown,J. Twibell,T. Weathers, R. Murphy, B. Humphreys, T. Stevens, J. Hodge, C. Zern, D. Tobin, D. Lobb, D. Walton, J. Richmond, B. Merrill, W. Lowe, M. Hovis, B. Chowning. Industrial Education The Industrial Education Club is an organization run primarily by the members with advice given by the sponsor on procedure and management. This club is ideal for the well-motivated industrial arts student, since it should pre- pare students for a career in related fields of wood, metal, and mechanics. Unfortunately the membership is not always reliable, as shown by the rapid changes in executive offices. This vas- cilation does not reflect the sponsors' attitude because, as Mr. Bell stated, "the club is what the members make it." This year,s appointed sponsor for the second year is Mr. Don "Vette" Bell. The new co-sponsor is Mr. Charles L. Morgan. The officers are: T. Ford, President, R. Murphy, Secretary- Treasurer, D. Walton, Sergeant of Arms, B. Humphreys, Vice- President. The officers are: D. Mamie, L. I-Ieriford, N. Smith, W. Taul- bert, P. Matney, N. Long, P. Ferson, and Mrs. Gary,adviser. ,I.C.L. The Junior Classical League is an internatic :al organiza- tion designed to promote appreciation of Grecian and Ro- man culture. A The club, under the direction of Mrs. Lucy Grey,5li2i3?1f taken the responsibliity of sponsoring anhunderpriifiledged family of seven for Christmas. ' 1 Mfr, The money received from selling Christmas candles will be used for sending four students to the national conven- tion in New Orleans. On January 31, students go to the State Junior Classical League Convention at Hays, Kansas. The Roman dress feature of the year, where togas are worn by the girls and pallas by the boys, is held in April. The final affair of the year is a farewell for the seniors. Officers this year are: Pat Ferson, President, Nancy Long, Vice-President, Pam Matney, Secretary, Wayne Taul- bert, Treasurer, Larry Heriford, I-listoriang and Norman Smith, Parliamentarian. The members of J.C.L. are-Standing: L. Heriford, C. Thomas, C. Bailey, J. Borusheski, B. Giger, J. John- son, P. Nuesse, P. Matney, N. Smith, J. Reed, D. Smith, W. Taulbert, D. Mamie, V. Hafner, N. Long, W. Martin, C. Crawford. Seated: D. Butters, P. Person, J. Bronson. i Winer- 1,3-,.'-53'-bf . -. . ' ' th-4 A B, 'X al TY' wt: i S K , .' ,Lx I. Y 5, Nina ga' ---Ls AT. . 'g,:- . . . 1. ,.. . L, Jn, , , V. . ...I Uh., r .. V 1-,F .. 5 L ..p- ' 'N Q- Q F u 'X ' . of-' , 'E' nl lx X 4 E, 1 gf W ...A lx Q lf '1 .ff ': a .'-I 1 af, .v 5 R S x ,Vg X . -- 1 ,, - x :P 1' fx ' if "" 34155 ' - diff' 1 Q2 ag-- .a - ' J J V 1 N' s 5 'X ' H rs I .Ii - ' .gf P -, , -r ,f . "W 'vpn , N . - Q - -- 1, s,..,xrx -N '- - - 1 e 'k we- , .. A ,y if A f J wp- f.,5.,- B4 49" 'J re. V- - f Y' W .. 5,-, :hp . 'J 'mg ' A r.. . r:--H, ' 'V-A ' JL-f' .1 B 1114 . ,rid 5: -' N Uri V 5 lr W . R, ,ti-5.2 1 ,X r 'f ".'Q1i'7fY,5.,,' M 1 rift? 'i' X' ' 'B A A if ' QL eg - ,' Lf -I ,df . . , X . I." N 5 ...4 Tyr-1 4 1 l Kayettes .es are girls who belong to the Kansas Association auth, which is essentially a service club designed to ,. .nnote leadership, character, and personality. About 100 s are members of Kayettes under the sponsorship of Miss Mary Ann Haas and Mrs. Deanna Schaaf, The Turner club's committees propose projects which are of value to the school and community and organize them when approved by the membership. This year besides presenting the Thanksgiving Assembly, seven leaders attend- ed the Regional Conference at Olathe to gather new ideas while other delegates attended the State Conference. Also, the group plans to send four representatives to Leadership Camp this summer. The officers are Judy Luth, Mary Wil- son, Theresa Heckman, Pat Martin, Diane Gamble. The Kayettes are-Row one: B. Gladieux, L. Hardman, V. Adams, J. Allen, J. Vallis, R. Mailberg, D. Gamble. Row two: L. Sweaney, D. Mamie, V. Sweetwood, V. Yonts, J. Camble, J. Smith, N. Stevens, P. Williams, C. Kapler. Row three: J. Wilson, G. Welsh, T. Roberts, B. Ledom, K. Kinney, S. Johnson, A. Adams, D. Stafford, J. Robinson, P. Wallace. Row four: N. Wil- son, J. Kiff, D. Rogers, M. Askren, J. Pope, P. Collins, M. Moore, D. Osteen, L. Walker, J. Lewis, L. Wheeler. Row five: M. Gaither, J. Stump, J. Trout, E. Bachus, J. Laningham, L. Hossart, K. Snapp, S. Cameron, R. Justice, P. Ferson, K. Smith. Row six: S. Hosrt, S. Williams, J. J. Johnson, S. Radford, B. Noble, D. Jaimes, P. Millam, B. Brumley, S. Callahan,J. Garner, R. Wil- son. Row seven: R. Little, P. Lincoln, L. Moore, M. Dobson, C. Gann, C. Moyer, B. Taylor, L. Schneider, D. Smith, J. Miller, S. DeBaun. Row eight: M. Wilson, J. Douglas, B. Johnson, C. Gladieux, V. Craig, N. Sweetwood, V. Brotherton, P. LeMaster, D. Davis, J. Cole, J. Bradberry. Row nine: V. McClintic, S. Prince, B. Bailey, D, Leatherwood, T. Heckman, J. Luth, P. Mar- tin, T. Kovich, C. Hodge, M. Nave, J. Agnew. Row ten: L. Wilbanks, D. Eagles, Mrs. Schaaf, Miss Hass. 58 Front row P Nuesse G Foster R Little J Sunday Second row:K.Mahar,K.Haden,D.Arnold,C.Myer, C Powell B Moats K Crabtree Third row P L1ncoln,S.Sterner,D.Wilson,S. Burke,C.Myers. Lit and Wit is the literary club at Turner High School which publishes the school magazine, LIT AND WIT. Entries in the magazine are created by Turner students. Lit and Wit accepts manuscripts in poetry, short stories, essays, and other creative literary works which are judged by the members on a point basis. Thirty-five to forty manuscripts which have received the highest point averages are published in the magazine. Art work is used to complement the creative writings. The sponsors of LIT AND WIT are Mrs. Elliott and Mrs. Bond. Officers are: Kathy Crabtree, Typing Chairmang Carla Powell, Secretaryg Dennis Wilson, Presidentg Billie Moats, Vice-Presidentg Carol Myers, Treasurer, and Diane Arnold, Art Chairman. Lit And Wit Pep Club The enthusiastic cheering ofthe energetic Pep Club members is perhaps the greatest inspiration Turner's ath- letes have. Traveling wherever the teams go, these 220 vivacious girls yell with the cheerleaders to encourage sup port among Turner spectators. 4 Charged with running the club smoothly are the of- ficers: Susie Kelley, president, Barbara Zuck, vice-presi- dent, Vicki Siler, secretary-treasurer, Kathy Harding, program chairman, Vicki Wood, senior sergeant-at-arms, Joyce Cathey, junior sergeant-at-arms, and Laura Wheeler, sophomore sergeant-at-arms. Assisting them are faculty sponsors Mrs. Pat Heidler and Mrs. Mary Spitser. The letter girls add a touch of zest to the club, and eight other seniors are also recognized for their dedicated attendance at games by membership in Honor Pep Club. Mrs. Spitser and Mrs. Heidler, Pep Club sponsors, are discussing problems concerned with the Pep Club. Letter girls are: Beth Hope, Vicki Jacobs, Susie Kelley, Sue Palmer, Becky Smith, Judy Smith, Pam Wallace, and Barbara Zuck, Honor Pep Club members are: Peggy Collins, Laura Hall, Debbie Jones, Mary Neighbors, Teri Robertson, Barbara Roe, Lennie Stepaniak, and Vicki Wood. The lively Golden Bear, Turneris traditional mascot, is delightfully portrayed by Sara McBride. The Pep Club officers are: L. Wheeler, V. Wood, J. Cathy, S. Kelley, B. Zuck, V. Siler, K. Harding. ragga f 53' 1 af21r:m Q P1 aw Eh nv if 5,34 Se.. ,, .M Sf: ,Q Q14 fqzmg, Q gf, m f iii v 1, , mvzaw ' 22-if P - A Z, wg, gm wx. F: . H r' '-: f .Vx wtf 11 ,, W, ff :Mi 'H V ' ,li 55 waz : ,- Q M: MQ sim Lf 4 322 W 12 5 fa 5' 5 5 5- 5 t uw. 3 M 4. Jn. .5 - ' 3 Q, w , '- asa! a v ,i , 5' . g 1 . P' ' as KL.. IT, N 'if' m k 14 .U 1-L M Ni, .fi J ,z 1 'nk r 126 , X- is-W Q QQ-V55 J , . 3 1 , - X 1 1 s :ee M 5 s. -A V J.: 0- gf- 1+ W, ,rg ,A as lv , fa ' 1 A x fl ff' 1 -'Q 5 I K 5 ,4 2, 5 f xx :ax X, :.A- -- w- I, H.. 'fuk I , Q W .i .M 1 A if. ss 'Av :Si F41 W x -..L 22' 4 M A W PM 'K fi .N 1 W K ,ww if -1 1: f Kg Mx- M, gi , , .fl A 1, J. as X . K K lgkxx as W wa -M a,A A .IM 1 S V Turner's letter girls are: B. Hope, B. Zuck, S. Kelley, S. Palmer, B. Smith, V. Jacobs, P. Wallace, J. Smith. iii? Susie Kelley, Pep Club President, conducts a Pep Club meeting in the gymnasium. Sara McBride has been the school mascot for two years l-1 s. 915 is , . .fx , xl Pep Club members show their school spirit in many different aspects of sports, from pep club send-offs to working in the concession stands and cheering at games. I ' The 1970 Photography Club members are-Seated: K. Haden, T. Fritts. Standing: S. McBride, B. Fenton, C Marcus, D.eMcDougal, D. Lawhorn, M. Lamb, V. Hafner, and M. Gale. This is a group of students who have expressed a deep desire to learn photography. They are taught the rudiments and finer points of photography by the photographers on the yearbook staff. Among other things they learn to devel- op film, make good prints, as well as what makes a good picture. Because of the expense of the material, dues are very high. However, the members feel they are amply re- paid. Well, here it is. The Darkroom. Photography Club The officers of Quill and Scroll are: Toni McDaniel, Presidentg Cindy Steineger, Vice-President, Vicki Wood, Secretary. uill And Scroll Quill and Scroll is a journalistic organization for those students who have done superior work in the field of pub- lications. Turner High School has been a member of this national organization since 1955. 1 To be admitted into this organization a student must be in the upper third of his class, be a junior or a senior, and must be nominated by the sponsors, Mrs. Callahan or Miss Choplin. After being nominated by the sponsors, the Executive Secretary of the society must approve the nomin- ation. if game . dv., The members are-Row one: T. McDaniel, L. Stepaniak, V. Wood, J. Luth, C. Lang, S. Kendall, C. Steineger. Row two: Mrs. Callahan, B. Smith, L. Hall, S. McBride, M. Neighbors, P. Martin, M. Stepaniak, A. Jones, M. Holenbeck. Standing: T. Fritts, M. Pettey, M. Gale, D. Fitch. The library assistants are-Row one: L. Enfield, R. Carter, R. Wilson, M. Clark, C. Gladieux, G. Haynes, J. Kiff, D. Bryant. Row two: D. Bishop, J. Butler,'L. Haggatt, G. Foster, R. Little, L. Mane, J. Fox, A. Garner, C. Andrew, D. Stephen, S. Blase. Row three: Rowe, C. Rieger, S. Eastwood, B. Fenton, J. Lawrence, L. Walker, C. Voiles, E. Stewart, K. Maher, J. Halback, P. Lincoln. ' 4" if Service Club Attendance slip workers are-Row one: C. Riggs, W. Krupco, D. Johnson, J. Gai- ther, D. Cole, D. Phillips. Row two: S. Johnson, G. Dobson, V. Jacobs, L. Becker, S. Ashworth, L. King. Row three: M. Pozin, E. Cook, D. McClure, T. Roberts, A. Roberts, A. Pitts. Row four: R. Clement, B. Newton, D. Miller, C. Griggs, B. Craig, D. Sturgeon, N. Luce. C' The cafeteria workers are: B. Weaver, B. Humphreys, S. Hartzler. fzffa JN If Plan.-as,-1 The girl gym assistants are-Row one: J. Smith, V. Clawson, B. Park, M. McCutcheon, N. Torrey, V. O'Neal, A. Roberts, D. DeCoster, J . Holt, J. Butler, K. McClellan, S. Kelley, S. Gutschenritter. Row two: B. Smith, M. Neighbors, J. Littlefield, L. Becker, N. Allen, C. Elrod, D. Lohrey, D. Jones, V. Siler, K. Harding, V. McClintic, S. McBride, L. Hall. The boy gym assis- tants are-Column one: D. Reaka, D. Fitch, T. Barnett, S. Crabaugh, C. McWilliams, M. McCutcheon, B. Collins, G. Bell, J. Besson, M. McCall, S. Sterner, M. Precht. Column two: T. Owen, T. Payne, G. Marshall, K. Briggs, J. Twibell, T. Green, Dobbs, D. Worthington, M. Rusk, J. Oliphant, T. McCall, D. Shutt, B. Gieck, J. Callen. G m Assistants B r QA J Kd' 44 'Y re' Lia- N' -1 I . I' i if iii 5 E if s A ' .1 - M 1 ' It H if, H TT," 1 l . v 5, T W W TVB T 2 'JL . .f Q 1 Lf , ' 5 T ff. ba ' I ' . 1 m 9" - 7 f ' 'N Q' I , 4 , if T4 ' I ' 1. ff- .,' fy ,fQjfr.', jg- .5 . ' . V Y. f if - 9 'S t s ,Eg Z1 ...fig ff?-'iffziff 1 f .- ' o xr 1 ..ffaaf:fu2'.' ne f 1 The Lab Assistants are-In front ofthe table: C. Ra D. Lawson S. Kirch D. Lewis M. Ste aniak G. Y P . 9 9 2 9 7 Spaits, S. DeBaun. Standing in back of table: D. Moore, S. Burke, C. Powell, R. Stephenson, R. Kent, D. Tobin, D. Wilson, T. Fritts T. Green, M. Miller, B. Billings, B. Moats, T. Higgins, P. Mattox. Science Club Science Club is a club with potential for learning situa- tions. Students are interested in biology, astronomy, chem- istryg in other words, all sciences relating to man and his environment. Mr. Frisby, club sponsor, believes that proba- bly 5096 of these curious-minded Science Club goers will later have scientific careers. Mr. Fugate is also a sponsor. This year the club plans to take field trips to K.U. and U.M.K.C., to tour their chemistry and biology departments, and to help Mr. Fugate and Mr. Voth with the nature trail. They also prepare for the annual science fair here in Kan- sas City. The officers are: S. Burke,D. Wilson, T. Green,M. Foster, V. Clawson, H. Eden. . The Science Club members are: D. McDougal, M. Powlas, S. Burke, T. Green, D. Wilson, H. Eden, Mr. Frisby, D. Englund, C Marcus, M, Foster, V. Clawson, D. Rush, P. Harter. 1'-1,-5 If' Front row: J. Garner, A. Roberts, J. Taylor, J. Miller, J. Butler, C. Sparks, D. Arnold, K. Saunders, M. Cor- nelius. Second row: S. Kendall, S. Waugh, J. Cathey, V. Wood, D. Atwell, B. Hope, P. Shackleford, B. Richards, D. Droullard, E. Armsworthy, N. Potter. Third row: N. Wilson, P. Martin, B,.Smith, S. Ashworth, T. Fritts, C. Lang, J. Davidson, B. Wilson, D, Gutschenritter. R. Gieck, Mrs. Jenne. Spanish Club The officers arc: B. Smith, S. Kendall, S Waugh, B. Hope, P. Shackleford. PEL Ott a.iuQ.m J al" RN F MESH A , if is xr. Rmov Spanish Club is designed to cultivate an interest and appreciation for the people, language, and customs in Span- ish speaking countries as well as promote a better under- standing of their culture. The club has a membership of 29, 15 seniors and 14 juniors. To become a member of Spanish club, you must complete two years of Spanish and be enrolled in Spanish III. If, however, you have completed three years of Spanish and are not in Spanish IV, you are still eligible for mem- bership. The club meets on the first and third Thursdays of each month where activities are discussed. The meetings are led by the officers: Becky Smith, President, Sherry Kendall, Vice-President, Beth Hope, Secretaryg Sally Waugh, Trea- surerg and Pam Shackleford, Social Secretary. This year the Spanish Club will act as host to a fiesta in which several of the Spanish Clubs of the area high schools will be invited. Also on the agenda for this year is a picnic in the spring and a dinner at a Mexican restaurant in which the club will go as a group. l l I ' Q f---N ' 1: V"'Cu.. Sophomore members are-Row one: S. Haden, B. Hilton, T. Smith, C. DeCoster, J. Hart. Row two: S. Meier, L. Mason, R. Wil- son, J. Steineger, D. Lakten. Stan Fitch, Nancy Allen, and Don Fitch work at car wash. tudent Council ' 'uk .f?s. I' I "-9: 4 la Aniwbf bg A A N -If A ,AV- W, I in ., - V..- .. . .. . 1 l 1 , U . . . . in '- : . M ,-...Q 'I pf--...Q-. mw- . I f ' , 5 I r,.4 Q- xv Q 1 . 'f'yt4E5". ' "f"'X' 3 . X -X ' -li N Junior members are-Row one: K. McClellan, D. DeCoster, S. Fitch, V. O'Neal, M. Brooks. Row two: D. Page, B. Stirling, J. Holt, N. Torrey, J. Pitts. Row three: J. Taylor, D. Lobb, N. Allen, B. Moats. sr members arewRoW one: T. Worthington, N. Potter, S. Ashworth, P. Stirling, T. Barnett. Row two: D. Barclay, M elins, B. Park, S. Palmer, B. Zuck, S. McBride, J. Laningham. Row three: H. Eden, M. Miller, M. Hill, D. Jones, K. Saun- Jones, K. Greninger, J. Luth. . -g-- U"" Mr. Worley, Stu-Co sponsor. Tim Worthington, President. if ,. it L QE" -.ew 41, ill Ill- O Student council provides a place for student opinions to be expressed in an orderly manner. As a service group to the school and the community, the student council spon- sored the United Fund Campaign, the senior lounge, the Homecoming and The G.P.A. dance. They also contributed to the Turnerite Ball. Fund raising activities included selling stickers, a car wash, a chili supper, and concessions at home basketball games. Student council has 45 members, 1 l sophomores, 14 juniors, and 20 seniors. The sponsors are Mr. Worley and Mr. Syring. The officers of Student council are: Tim Worthington, President, Tom Barnett, Vice-Presidentg Sandy Ashworth, Secretary, Pam Stirling, Treasurerg Nancy Potter, Election Commissionerg and Vicki O'Neal, Parliamentarian. Connie DeCoster and Stan Fitch serve as sophomore and junior representatives on the Executive Council. Junior and senior members are elected in the spring by the members of their class after having petitions signed. The sophomore members are elected at the beginning of the school year. 7 - , H ll n--1 'Ha -41 r" , ' .' ' ,ff g, 4 . r gt 5 6 - in up .,,ugnu....p,.,- T -rv!-eohww g -mr nh .-..- D: TAOTA members are: M, M00re,B. Noble, T. Higgins, J. Borusheski, G. Moore, R. Mailberg, A. Jones, B. Dressler, R. Brus, C. Gann, D. Lawhorn, G. Rickey, L. Sweaney, D. Osteen, S. Hartzler, T. Stinett, M. Askren, B. Matney, M. Murphy, C. Burris, S. Sczygiel, C. Garmoe, L. Lawhorn, L. Hall, R. Wilson, D. Mamie, T. McDaniel, B. Billings, M, Gaither, B. Humphreys, B. Little , R. Doughty, B. Gill, D. Bryan, C. Markus. . 6 Mr- WHUZICG- Golden Mask includes: D. Osteen, B. Billings, T. McDaniel, G Moore, M. Murphy, L. Hall, G. Rickey. r -,ee . Ei f . , is l 'I i' I. -J ,ga .H L-fcigrsrgi, . :a ,nu - fb-A-,v . 2 --. '- V .wi ,f E XM, 3, - 7, I l -4- Q The officers of TAoTA are: Toni McDaniel, Cookie Burris, and Becky Billings. TAOT A One of the most hard-working and entertaining clubs of Turner High School is the Turner Association of Theatre Arts. Not only does the club provide entertain- ment, but teaches as well the merits of hard work and responsibility. In other words then, whatls happening behind the scenes is as much if not more important as what's happening on the stage. This club has been responsible for such productions as the suspenseful drama WAIT UNTIL DARK, the comedy GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE, possibly the musical THE FANTASTIKS, and MARY, MARY. Other activities and honors include: the choosing of Golden Mask members, children's theatre, readerls the- atre, one-acts directed by students. This year officers are: Toni McDaniel, President, Cookie Burris, Vice-Presidentg Becky Billings, Secretary 8L Treasurer. 1 T-Club T-Club members show their winning spirit at a pep assembly 1 f Turner 'High School's T-Club is a club for those athletes ,Who have received one varsity letter or two junior varsity letters in one sport. A boy may also join the T-Club if he has received two manager's letters. To stay in T-Club the athlete or manager must continue his work in that sport. The 25 members of T-Club meet on the first and third Tuesdays of the month, and more members are expected to join thergroup. These boys have many activities which in- Q-J -. 7 clude the sponsorship of one sophomore football game and the faculty-senior basketball game. They also enjoy the T- Club picnic in the spring. By raising money from the foot- ball and basketball games, they are able to send one boy to Boy's State and one boy to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Mr. Baker and Mr. Shoemaker are the sponsors and the officers are: Dick Reaka, Presidentg Terry Payne, Vice- Presidentg Jim Wicinski, Secretaryg Cal VanSant, Treasurerg and Sam Fry, Sergeant-at-Arms. if A T-Club officers are: Sam Fry, Terry Payne, Dick Reaka, and Jim Wicinski, 'Vt M Front row: D. Fitch, S. Rice, J. Stout, C. McWilliams, D. Reaka, T. Barnett, S. Fry, M. Precht, M. Pettey, M. Miller. Second row: K. Briggs, J. Wicinski, N. Onstott, T. Peck, S. Crabaugh, J. Barclay, B. Wilson, G. Bell, R. Kelley, J. James. Third row: S. Meier, L. Vail, T. Payne, T. McCall, D. Morrison, L. Wilkins, M. Tice, S. Sterner, B. Collins, H. Eden. Football boys are presented at a pep assembly before the Leavenworth T-Club president, Dick Reaka, helps boost game, spirit by giving a speech at the Homecoming pep assembly. Stamp Club The purpose of the Stamp Club is to promote an interest in stamp collecting and to encourage members to trade and buy stampsg improving and increasing the Worth of their collections. Stamps of foreign nobility and American leaders, famous times and places are pursued by philatelists throughout their entire lifetime. Discoveries have often proven profit- . able and interesting. J Miss Mildred Cunningham and the five members of Stamp Club find the activity of stamp collecting a fascina- ting one. Stamp Club includes the following people: Bob Humph- rey, Steve Sterner, Jon James, Steve Shirley, and Mike Gale. These are just some of the stamps that are pursued by the mem bers. Members and sponsor of Stamp Club pictured' are: Miss Cunningham, S. Shirley, M. Gale, S. Sterner, J. James. Vicki Wood Cindy Steineger Mary Neighbors Laura Hall Lennie Stepaniak Terry Fritts Wayne Daniel Becky Smith Teri Robertson Ann Jones Sara McBride Cheryl Lang Pam Shackleford Debbie Atwell The TURNERITE Staff Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Copy Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Index Editor Ad Manager Art Editor Head Photographer Assistant Business Manager Copy writer Copy writer Judy Luth Beth Hope Mike Gale Diane Gamble Sherry Prince Judy Lananingham Karen Greninger Patty Preston Vicki McClintic Pat Martin Marilyn Stepaniak Linda Lawhorn Connie Jacobson Miss Choplin Copy writer Copy writer Photographer Darkroom Assistant Darkroom Assistant Darkroom Assistant and artist Artist Artist Artist Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Adviser Besides the publication of the 1970 TURNERITE, the staff stressed much importance on making the Ball a success. After much debate the preparations for it began. The 1969-1970 TURNERITE has been under construc- tion since the end of the 1968-1969 school year. Con- struction came to a near standstill during the summer but is now in high gear. Many hours have been put into the book besides the time put into extracurricular activities connected with the TURNERITE. This is the first book to be published under the sponsorship of the art teacher, Miss Choplin. The Turnerite Ball, featuring the Classmen, was spon- sored by the yearbook staff. Its purpose was to announce the THS Royalty. The Ball was only one of the many activities which helped to make the 1969-1970 TURN- ERITE a different and unique yearbook which all Turner students should enjoy. :mm may 1 1 9 .7 . QQ . V cbd tits. . . ' iti 3g Q-if ' ' ' ' ssi.U, iw , lm... . ,,i, f as .. . Ef er.. 1' - . . --- - 14 F. -1 . -1 -- .a Y 1 1-4 .-- . , M J. . f- - - is - f, .:, iff' 1-' -Y 1. -. ,. . 2... 'wr W ia U mf fx rf' 7- Q- A-gs--' g Eafsnhr aa W - -asf .fi---. . My -ws, Q -.ef Q-2 ,v Y ly? rr H' ' ' .-24. 1 ' "HM L, ' lg- ii' " 42'-ft " Ei W ' ff-f .JK r 1 m' -it 'lj .. trt' 9 "ist" .f. AT:-33:7 L" -543 555: 5' .. . .17 .. T - A ff' g ' 1. . X Q .. 'll .. . .,, , . Q. . r. '- .- , a- W , . An assembly was given to advertise the dance and to announce the Royalty candidates. At the same time work began at a stu dents home on the huge fireplace. The great day appeared and the staff was faced with the many problems of putting the dec orations together. While some students Worked on scaffolds to put the colored paper over the lights, others Worked on drap- ing the doorways with crepe paper. Time for the dance came and everything was in readiness. The next day, taking only one- sixteenth of the time used in putting it up, everything came down, Merrill, L. Copenhaver. E row: M. Bryant, W. Turner, W. Krupco. Second row: J. Christine, N. Long, D. Kaiser, Officers are: Walter Krupco, Presidentg Helen Neff, Secretary, and Dan Kaiser, Vice-President. Weather Club The Weather Club was formed to interest students in making weather their career, and to show explicitly what weather and its function really is. As in the past, they are hoping to provide weather re- ports for local newspapers and radio stations. The club is also active in working with the Wyandotte County Civil De- fense, and was responsible for the "mock disastern drill in the 1968-1969 year and hopefully again this year. The first project undertaken by the weather club this year was to make a unique weather display for the show case. Meetings are held once a month, with officers Walter Krupco, President, Dan Kaiser, Vice-President, and Don Neff, Secretary, Helen Neff, Secretary. The officers ofY.F.C. are: Becky Gordon, Secretary, Carol Vogts, Pres- ident, Rosemary Burris, Vice-President, Mike Gale, Treasurer. Youth for K Christ One ofthe most active clubs at Turner is Y.F.C. It is an international organization with members in forty-five countries around the World. This year the sponsors were Miss Oyler, Miss Winters, and Mr. Klaassen. The Club director is Blaine Fye and the parent sponsor is Mrs. Jo Halbach. ln an attempt to become closer to Christ and closer to people, the club has daily prayer meetings, weekly meet- ings on Monday nights, Saturday night rallies, and Bible quiz contests between some 62 High Schools in the Kansas Q' City Area. X This year Y.F.C. has had the added responsibility of cf putting on a musical, t'Te1l it Like it is", as well as the Th . . ,, . . . . ,, Christmas and Easter assembly' e student body liked the musical, Tell 1t Like it is very much. The members of Y.F.C. are-Front row: A. Jones, K. Crabtree, M. Bell, B. Matney, M. Moore, M. Pretch, C. Jacobson, D. Lawhorn, M. Gale. Second row: R. Burris, S. Hartzler, A. Garner, R. Little, P. Matney, P. Lincoln, M. Powlas, S. Burke, J. Powlas. Third row: J. Pope, M. Askren, J. Halbach, R. Mailberg, C. Vogts, B. Gordon, P. Bradford, L. Lawhorn, B. Collins, S. Sterner, K. 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N J in ,..w, Charles Zurn Michael Vail Stephen Vance Debbie Van Lerberg Marsha VanPelt Susan Walker Ellen Wall Patti Wallace Linda Ward Scott Warriner Julie Weathers Janice Weaver Carolyn Weber Dennis Wilbers Galen Williams Michael Williams Audrey Willis Dennis Wilson Judith Wilson Larry Wilson Ann Wilson Nancy Wilson John Winslow Peggy Wiyninger Steve Worthington 1' 'Q "" A u .5 'Yr I3 if G if ,Q .fum ' gif 7 -if ' -L1'f'J.-QI' - . 1. ' -. 1.1 ,--',L- qu, ' . V Fl Football ' 95-103 Cross Country Wrestling Basketball Cheerleaders Coaches MSW? H Sl-'H00 FH i UD 'U Q 'S ev- U1 Nw: A1 9 svsw .1 I f I 5 Q 5 Q g,.xf'f? .1 Q -Yrs - I X fiages C104-1115 pages 106-109 pages 110-115 pages 116-118 pages 119 Varsity Football Turner High School's Varsity Bears finished the season with a 4-4-l record. The Bears surprised everyone by coming so close to Junction City, the state champs. Another upset was the Washington game when the Bears toppled the Wildcats 22-0. Coach Bruce Bowman ably led the Bears to a 3rd place standing in the East Kansas League. Although much of the Varsity squad was made up of seniors, Coach Bowman has great expectations for the ju- niors and next year's team. .Three seniors and two juniors were elected to the all E.K.L. team. They were Jim Wicinski, Tom Owen, Gary Taylor, Mike Pettey, and Steve Crabaugh. Front row: M. Miller, T. Owen, T. Payne, G. Taylor, C. McWilliams. Second row: H. Eden, D. Shutt, D. Worth ington, B. Wilson, N. Onstott. Third row: Mr. Johansen, J. Barclay, S. Meier, S. Fitch, B. Edwards, M. Pettey. Fourth row: R. Mane, J. Rittenhouse, J. James, M. Pretch, P. James, L. Vail, J. Rogers. M1 M xr f 5.4.5.1 ...aawlmmarmsmerr nn. '? X - ,. ffli, L+ kfvu--f? F , 'WF' 5'5'F:lf1:,-"T-!w:' f' 'I?h'E'w 74+ -""W' 'mi' dr- g Gy '1"UX'F'f'1: . -" 'LJ' V .204 ,g 1'f,i'q V X xE.?is KN :lj-5' . ,,-'fifxnq Qigvfff,-' -3. -x 2 I 'V' ' " " 4 -. 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I ? 1 -15,3211 xu- H . - JV , 0 ., . :ggi 1:11-" N.. 1 W 2 :-,.,fQ3i:,, 2' ' 1 ' mv? aft' 'Z t, Q fl' , N12-" ,5 . Q? ' Mfg-c:QALT'.t'2 .gui mg? , 2r'if3,,-iiE53::fqw,sf:q if-ia 5 ' N5-Z '::. ' "i' .t. .C 3. Q ,-p5,+ ,I 1' 1 TM' lv 1 , Pviecivitiw'J-sff"Q235'?i--r-.1 1 5"5?'9'0'1'?'Q?J'lQf-1.Vf. , .- .ff .a v--1 . M-tn, it JA new Jw-iv " fl lflizigge f..,,,g.4. -L-'-z-"Qi.w -.1 f t Tom Owen-Quarterback-All E.K.L., , All Wyandotte County, All State ' A' Dennis Morrison third team. End ,-fr, . V .lil gfli ",215i'1.--6""' ' 1 David Worthington Gary Taylor-Tackle-A11E.K.L., All Wyandotte County. End Chuck McWilliams fFar leftj Tackle Sam Fry fLeftj Punter M NA-w-,Y A . -' 1.1 '11- 3 512, 1 .QR f ini: fs ff 11"- ...Ff- fx 0 ,fa ,,.. , ur "Ei .u V 'Q yr- ':- ,. ax. fgksff ' H " 'ggvlw ire- .wif 1 n W .. Y -,, '-5'X' XE. 234: ,. . ,U Mug! - if ' .1 I'i1?7i"?f fads 'ff"?"i" ' 'AS'vx E X , " 3 1 X ?r X . ivc,'4:'V: - '-IW' Sim? S5 ,l,f'4r"f,,,'? F X I 4' ",,- P, dry. .,.f. .uv-:"'F53"HQ:'?3? ' 2 X L ':M3,L1-uf'-" T. YN 'Y 5' " , i -F , , ,- 7 .I 1 ffm - - ie .. .lsl :A 1 .W FQ? .f gi 'YP' Q, YF SPE! 1 MQ fllhjv E.: . X '-4.,gf A Q as -' fu - , , i., , r, , 4, ,A-X--We h ,j , 4 w ,ar 1" ,Lu ' 1 'r , 1- I K: ,. i, ,WV ,. .nxt 5 AVF' -'F 4 f Nl., -,A' ', . , 1 u fn, . . X - '4' A Q., .. ,M-Qu 4 ,ri n Q-ff 14 Egan, ,, , H , , H1 I ' f . ' n . N v' r :qi -. ' ru 5 . 5" Qhyr' ,. . x K X .iw 'Fl ' 4' ' 1 1 ,Q I L I . 1 K. , a Q .Q ,X sf QQ li"' ' I -V H. 5 Q X I 6 Q Lf. ' ..,.-F ' ,,..f ,mf ls 26.4 lf 3: , :fi F V, we Y fgjjgi mln . -. ,QQ , x . N 'M A l' ' 'QQ W fi. fi X.: .fs , , Pg fig: .Z -E, ...Q Junior Varsity This year the Junior Varsity football team was plagued with a losing streak. They did, however, make a comeback and they won their final game ofthe season to bring their win-loss record to 1-8. The Junior Varsity was very weak in good players be- cause most of them played Varsity. The sophomores added a big boost when they were able to move up. With this new strength the team was able to perform as a whole. The next year's Junior Varsity should prove to be a good team and there are high hopes for a winning season. Their coaches were Mr. Johansen and Mr. Kirkman. A Sophomore p Through the teamwork of many outstanding players the sophomore team finished a good season. Because of the heavy number of players going out, the coaches were able to select the best and use them. A sophomore B team was formed in order to let every- one play. They also came up with a fairly good record. The most promising sophomore player was Steve Meier. The coaches for the season were Mr. Waugh and Mr. Minor. The sophomore football players are-Frontrow: R. Murphy,Manager,R Adams D Leeper D Hillhouse C Hatch R Nei ghbors,J.Baker,J.Shoemaker,D.Szczygiel,R.Grafton,D.Crabtree,E.Turney M Schroeppel Manager Back row R Cal lahan,S.Hoit,S.Meier,C.Crozier,J.Borusheski,L.Mason,D.Rasdall,C Dugan R Carlson P Musrl D Huff R Jones D. Kring. Row one: J. Rogers, J. Bartmess, D. Smith, B. Parsons, S. Meier, R. Murphy, K. Briggs, P. Francis, S. Fitch, J. Barclay, J. Adams, D. Hillhouse, D. Gutschenritter, D. Sigler, D. Szczygirl, S. Owen, C. Hatch, R. Jones, D. Huff, J. Richman, E. Turney, Denham, D. Owens, D. Crabtree, J. Smith, M. Hewitt, P. Musil, C. Crozier, D. Rasdall, P. Graham, L. Bernal, V. Fergeson, V. Leeper, R. Main, J. Rittenhouse, L. Griffin, R. Manthei, C. Dugan, L. Mason, S. Hoit, D. Wallace, R. Carlson, J. Baker, F. Johansen, Chuck Minor, and David MacDonald. The sophomore B team players are-Front row: R. Kelley, Manager, B. Martin, R, Miller, B. Ladesic, E. South, B. Monteil, M. Hewitt, B. Denham, S. Slankard, D. Owens, J. Heinbech, D. Rowe, J. Smith. Back row: M. McGregor, B. Lowe, D. Lakten, R. York, J. Lease, R. Hahner, S. Allison, P. Graham, S. Kind, G. Matney, D. Kozikowski, J. Knight, J. Smith, C. Howell, D. Wal- lace, R. Lust, Manager. lO The Cross Country boys posing with the E.K.L. trophy are-Front row: K. Cassidy, S. Burke, D. MacDougall, K. Cassidy. Second row: B. Tyson, B. Collins, M. Powlas, D. Lawhorn. Third row: S. Sterner, D. Wilson, D. Ammerman, M. Tice. Cross Country The harriers started off the season with a string of three second place finishes: at the Olathe Invitational, at Rose- dale Park, and at the Ottawa Invitational. Turner hosted its first Invitational this year on October 15, and the Bears were able to place second behind Miege. However, the most exciting and gratifying part of the season for the young harriers was their only first place victory of the season. This came at the League meet held at Ottawa on October 23. The Bears then competed in the Cross County Regional meet held at Shawnee Park and qualified for the State meet by placing third behind Miege and second behind Highland Park. The State 4A Cross Country meet, held at Wamego, proved to be the ultimate goal of the runners. Bill Collins, the only State champion, finished fifth place. The team as a whole placed ninth and the experience gained should be very beneficial for the 1970 season. Mr. Jones, Cross Country coach, flashes a smile when he learns that his boys have qualified for State. af'5:Q'Q 3 After much preparation for the 4A Regionals, the liarriers proved to be qualified for State. After seeing David Mac Dougall and Steve Sterner come into the finishing chute, medals were handed out to Bill Tyson, Bill Collins, Steve Sterner, David MacDougall and Mike Tice. Schedule Date Place September I9 Olathe Invitational September 25 Quandrangular at Rosedale Park October 2 Rosedale-Miege October 7 Ottawa Invitational October 9 Triangular at Argentine October 15 Turner Invitational October 23 League Meet at Ottawa November 1 Shawnee Park l f-nee A November 8 Wamego The Bears in the line-up for the start of the Regional meet were Steve Burke, Bill Collins, Steve Sterner, Bill Tyson, David MacDougall, Mitch Powlas and Mike Tice. 105 - Danny Andrew, 107 lb., flips the coin in a Varisty match. 98 lb. Charlie Bailey, Sophomore, 3rd E.K.L. lyk 107 lb. Danny Andrew, Junior, 4th Districr. . ,LQ-.......,,.,,, 115 lb. Rick Manis, Sophomore. ' 9735 3 e, , in ,,, i ici- -..-.J.,,,z Q ,. Q - - gf eva. -S-P" -will ,111 123 lb. John Smith, Sophomore, 2nd E.K.L., 3rd Dis trict. 2211 130 lb. Greg Bell, Senior, 2nd Bonner Inv., 4th E.K.L and 3rd District. LSQ-,,,N-Q ,M .ri Varsity Schedule .- S. M. North 10 Argentine 21 Bonner Invitational Tournament Washington 23 Rosedale 45 S. M. East 28 l onoett .aa , oll ,Q . Q t Ottawa 19 l 'W m h 5 ' Olathe 13 137 lb. Wayne Daniel, Senior. Bolmey 43 155 lb. Craig Hatch, Sophomore. E.K.L. at Ottawa District at Washington Turner 45 29 Sixth place 28 5 14 29 37 5 Fifth place Sixth place ,,,u-""' 165 lb. Glenn Swisher, Senior, 4th Bonner Inv., 4th After John Smith, 123 lb., pins his Rosedale opponent, he is E.K.L., 4th District. congratulated by his teammates. lO7 1' Varsit Wrestlers The 1969-1970 Turner High School wrestling squad un- der the new head coach, Mr. Kirkman, fought to a 3-2 win- loss record in dual matches in the E.K.L. and was 2-1 against the neighboring Sunflower League opponents for a season record of 5 wins against 3 losses. In Tournament competition the Bears were sixth in the Bonner Invitation, fifth in the E.K.L. Tournament and sixth in the class 4A-SA District Tournament. For having five sophomores in the Varsity squad, the team as a whole did not do poorly in the tournaments. Mr. Kirkman was happy with the type and number of boys who completed the season and noted that the Junior class furnished more quality than quantity. Twenty-eight sophomores, four juniors and seven seniors finished the sea- son out of some 70 boys who tried out for places on the team at various times. During the season five boys were lost on injuries including one outstanding junior, Mark Santoya. The three seniors who really stood out were Greg Bell, Glenn Swisher, and Dick Reaka. Glenn was the high point scorer with 43 team points. Senior team captain Greg Bell tied with Dick Reaka in scoring 39 team points. Junior co-captain and senior captain for next year, Dan- ny Andrew, led the juniors with 22 team points while sophomore standout, John Smith, scored 38 team points to lead all sophomores. All five boys qualified for the 1969- 1970 K.S.H.A.A. Regional Tournament at Manhattan. Coaches Kirkman and Johansen show their cool dur- ing a match. 175 lb. Dick Reaka, Senior, 3rd Bonner Inv., 4th Dis- trict. 185 lb. Clif Crozier, Sophomore. 1 i i 1 1 l l A i l L-- - -i HWT. Ron Purinton, Senior, 3rd Bonner Inv. 1 .... .1 -S J -if The Junior Varsity wrestlers arewRow one: R. Jones, R. Grafton, S. Shirley, R. Leeper,G. Bray, K. Cassidy. Row two: J. Fan- grow, D. Hillhouse, R. Callahan, D. Scott, R. Hahner, J. Bartmess, K. Cassidy, B. Martin. Row three: Coach Kirkrnan, J. Rit- tenhouse, L. Wilson, G. Spence, J. Thomas, W. Turner, R. Main, R. Murphy, Coach Johansen. Junior Varsity The Junior Varsity, made up almost entirely of Sopho- mores, had a 7-2 dual match record. The two Junior Varsity wrestlers with the best records were Ross Grafton with 25 team points and Roger Jones with 22 team points. Coaches Johansen and Kirknian feel that they have prospects for a good team next year and a very good team the following year when the boys are experienced seniors. Wrestling managers were Jim Rittenhouse, Larry Wilson, Rick Main, and Rick Murphy. 4 ffm! .4-"' I- Roger Jones takes his opponent down for a pin. A wrestler walks off the mat after a match. 109 . E 1w,, T 'r 34 ,,, , v ' -3 Pette . ,:Qa: Z f FZ'n,nLQ?L no ' : E Y" gsm, Y 2159- 'Qw " W 35 Eiaiu Y T .nw si 1 l Cal VanSant, sr. Tom Barnett sg Crabaugh, Jr E ll Bruce Downs, jr The boys burst through the victory hoop as the crowd cheers. 3 Jim Barclay Bill Edwards Steve Crabaugh reaches for the ball while Rosedale players watch cautiously. Basketball The bounding Bears, although hindered by a slow start, by midseason had begun to show the mettle of disciplined teamwork. The Bears were led by only two returning let- termen: Dennis Morrison and Cal VanSant. who both had a great season. The key to this seasons success was the stall game. This method saved many games, and will prob- ably save many more. The stall game was best used in the Ward game at the Leavenworth Tournament. The stall was put into use the second quarter, and stayed in use until the end ofthe game, which was three quarters and seven overtimes later. Turner's Lmdaunted rountlballers came from the wrong end of a first quarter lO-3 score to win the game 32-3 l. The cagers were paced by three other seniors: Lee Wil- kins, Terry Payne, and Torn Barnett. The two outstand- injuniors in the starting lineup were Mike Pettey and Steve Crabaugh. Steve proved a tough contender on the boards. and rough on his opponents. Steve Meier tsuper- sophl has proven to be a valuable asset to the team. l-le and Jerry Shoemaker rose from the lowly ranks ol' the sophomore team to rank as a near equal ol' the juniors and seniors. Q ll t Jerry Shoemaker v 'J' ,fx 3 , 'Q at t P . 4. . Dennis Morrison leaps for a jumpball. - J f X 'N Cal VanSant waits tensely for a re- I bound. Dennis Morrison vies with a Rosedale player for ajumpball. Steve Crabaugh, Dennis Morrison, and Lee Wilkins breathlessly follow the referee down court. Coach Shoemaker has words for the Varsity squad at quarter break. Mike Pettey gOCS fOr 2 layup. The Bears set up their defense against a Rosedale onslaught. K r f-""", Terry Payne attempts an outside shot. for a way out. i Q, M of l t 1 R ee A., t QR , A - tw' - ,. . Y S M M iq as I P -f N it A' l li z , , Turner players trot down court to prepare their defense. dvr .- 5 f , A i R 1 -'F 'J .Q V X N t .lilfzy-, t l ' . KX , W K -QQ! 7 f 3, t if A 1 ,Q f Downs immobilizes the ball while Lee Wilkins eyes the ball. 'T Tom Barnett leaps for the ball. Jim Barclay keeps control ofthe ball though closely guarded. , -Qt: if Steve Crabaugh shoots over a guarding player. 4 Coach Waugh counsels the J .V.'s during a time out. Ill 733: - , . J, 'a 5' -Q ',,, fri?-',g-Q! gg we The team congratulates Steve Meier for his shot that boost- 'r J C' ed the J.V.'s to a win in the last seconds of the game. 'Egg Junior Varsity Despite a lacking over-all record of 4 wins-8 losses, the J. V. team is doing well in league play with four wins and two losses. A great depth of personnel make different 4 starters possible almost every game. Meier, Barclay, and Shoemaker are all very promising prospects for next year. Fitch and Carlson also make a great showing but are not suiting up for Varsity. Mr. Waugh states that there are many outstanding players on the team this year. He also adds that basketball is 3 team Sport, and Cannot be played by in, Bill Edwards grabs the ball while Steve Meier, Don Fitch, and djvjdualg alone' Rick Carlson move in. Row one: Mark Schroppel, Steve Szczygiel, Jim Barclay, Jerry Shoemaker,Danny Huff, Steve Meier, Donnie Fitch, Jay Baker Row two: Cranston Horst, Bill Edwards, Carol Dugan, Bruce Downs, Rick Pringle, Rick Carlson. Sophomoliesfi p The sophomore basketball record of4 wins and 10 losses gives a slightly deceptive picture of the team. Turner defeated all but one ofthe E.K.L. schools playedg losses came from schools of a much larger size. Mr. Chuck Minor, coaching his first year at Turner, says he has no outstanding sophomore players, rather several are of equally good skills. There are also sophomores playing on the J. V. team and the Varsity B team. The team is hopefully shaping into a future champion- ship varsity squad. Grahmn tries a shot while Randy Hartford blocks for him. A Turner defender leaps for the ball. Jim Downs and Dean Lacton struggle with an enemy eager for the ball. aa ft Q5 5 "N tulsa?-z' A Turner roundballer tosses in the bas- Mr. Chuck Minor, Jim Downs, Pat Grahmn, Gary Matney, Larry Mason. ketball over a defending cager. gg? J ' as Z 'qi A N Row one: Roger Neighbors, Randy Hartford, bean Lacton, Steve Hoit. Row two: 115 Beth Park Senior 5' 'w..""u Ng-4 fa-L I fi ? 5' 9' PHX- f A :il ,, " O X - v "' ., fum., ' 'fl 'V 1 f 'lf . ' 'j l , ' : , K T3 ' :X -, . is-1 - :BP F VI Ajfglg. 1 . V . .4 -, , 4, 551 051 K..- ,ff 1' "'A' 51 Y . 15, jf: 39- -av ,, -' -Q -.F VT, XM" pf- V14 -PM .. x'-N QI.: I .T 5 Kara McClellan .I unior ik '- - -e. C ..g..,--. ,.... , J, ,,,A C J . u if nv, . 1 . A 1 'L -A 'A 4. .- Q , iraq ' 'E :mm was R af Q4 6 Hyip ,W-nc W 'Wa .1 we me Y hge.. I' Varsity Cheerleaders The Varsity Cheerleaders were chosen last spring and spent one week during the summer at the International Cheerleading Foundation camp in Manhattan, Kansas, where they received the Grand Champion Award. The Varsity Squad had the honor of judging cheerleader tryouts at the Junior College. The Varsity Cheerleaders were: Head Cheerleader Karen Greninger, Martha Cornelius, Beth Park, Pam Stirling, Debbie DeCoster, and Kara Mc- Clellan. Alternates were Nancy Torrey and Vickie O'Neal. The sponsor for the cheerleaders was Mrs. Janice Saul. r- - .F . .- . 4 C ' 3 ' 2"T3',' A -- J , 1 " 1 ' . . 1 1 ,. -. -"in" A 'Jn Q '- A . . g. ' l "7 - : ' - 2 'QI ' K' Y . .. 1 - Sz, ' jf-fa,-. 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Cheerleaders 4' f la px, is-Q'-j .g.,5.,, 'J William Kirkman Head Wrestling Coach Assistant Football Coach First year Coaches Gerald Shoemaker Head Basketball Coach Bruce Bowman Head Football Coach if Assistant Football Coach Gale JOHCS Burley Martin Hubert Waugh CFOSS Country C0f1Cl1 Weight events and Track J. V. Football Coach Sophomore Reserve Basket- Coach J. V. Basketball Coach ball CO21Cl1 23 years 25 years Charles Minor Assistant Sophomore Football Coach Sophomore Basketball Coach First year fFar leftj Roy Johansen Line Football Coach Assistant Wrestling Coach Golf Coach 3 years fMiddle leftj Joseph Baker. Head Track Coach 22 years Athletic Director 7 years fLeftJ 'ffl 1 'F in wgzifa - ww .1 1,5 Inf. ,,. t wi , ,, ,.,. .ULJ , " I . . ' VN' "Nl w n aT" xii shi, I ,i 4' 1-7 ' 'S ,S si'- Q .4-' :,4,.:e-f"f" -. . ff ff ' V J . -. ' 'H' wf W le. , .' 19. ', q H . . ' -9 I! -df" -r1Q57'!F!,g1'S fi A ' '1 .8 fx D. ' , , - . - , I ., v'1q"ix'f v up 'v - f V 1, V. A fg,5,,,u- . 4 . Q . 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' 3- . l.- hi. uglli- T ii R I 4 . :I - I- , . --1. . f!f1.- 0' r Ll. - .a . - - -'rn 6 ,. , F aid 5 4 9 c I 9 Homecoming Mr. Legs Mixers Content WAIT UNTIL DARK Turnerite Ball GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE FANTASTIK Student Life S pages 122-125 page 126 page 127 pages 128-129 pages 130-135 pages 136-137 pages 138-139 pages 140-141 Student Life SRM? EE 'H -QWSIF VSNVM 11 sm NSW Teresa Smith and escort, her father, Mr. Thomas E. Smith. Homecomin Debbie DeCoster escorted by her father Mr. George J. De- Coster. Martha Cornelius receives assistance from her father Mr. Robert E. Cornelius. Beth Park, football candidate, was elected the 1969-1970 Queen at Turner's 32nd annual football Homecoming. The game against the Bonner Braves, which took place on Fri- day October 17, ended in a 14-30 defeat for the Golden Bears. Prior to the game Student Council sponsored a pa- rade, in which the band and pep club participated, to ac- knowledge the candidates and promote school spirit. Beth and her court, Martha Cornelius, senior, Debbie De- Coster,juniorg and Teresa Smith, sophomore, reigned at the dance held Saturday October 18, in the school gymnasium. The dance with it-'s theme of "Enchanted Forest" was well attended by many alumni. Music was provided by "The Spokesmenn. Beth Park, football candidate, driven by Daily Rasdall before being crowned Homecoming Queen. S - X-.K 1 'Tiff-If Al in ' .V Y I L- ' i f X , ,ff - 'nf' z ' wax., .mi . mr ,f .1 ,g J' M ,Nr ', f gg 5, .,1 X l nf? agsff- W' , 'K ....., Lf? ' A ,Q -2 H1 4' 'e , ' U 355 U- I -. AW 54. - : V' Q up fa? 'Q ' 4' ' V 1 , ai ' 'S J- -4. , 'X 1, I I -4 is ll "xv :- ' -4 2? Sei lu: M ti I , .1155 . + ,, JG., 5' . VV: - ' . YVLLQN, V1 as 1 'Q I. 'Q , , ., ng ip. I ai as ,1 1 5, 5: ' QEQQYEEQQY ' W is wi -W 4 1 M, 1, ,,-u w ,Q V5 X- W , ,ww ... 5 9 X ,f ,P 1 wg 5 3, Ya , ,X . 33:51 ff ' H . , ,-7.:.-, 'V ' J f r, - ,, ,....,,.,, A Q5 ,V w1.,,.., ,,f .V ka' ' '5, J K , - ,. 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H- " " M ,lx ,. ., , dv Y , N .J X W WN! 1-' U VV ,X , , L 1 Ai:1q4...,:1-.5 N' , ,f M -gw M ff 1 MQW N M www W IPM. 7 M. IGP F' uf!! ,- n Mm I Iii lh dll! ' . 4 .J . , ,. 'J , I 1. MILK "' ,. U., l .-.-. . FT' Homecomin Martha Cornelius, Senior Attendant. g Debbie DeCoster, Junior Attendant. Candidates Debbie DeCoster congratulates Beth Park as the other atten- dants look on. Teresa Smith, Sophomore Attendant. il" 6 R011 Rise Bill Edwards Mr. Legs For the second consecutive year the Varsity Cheerleaders .5 ' sponsored the "Mr, Legs Contest". Each class and both cheerleading squads, the Junior Varsity and Varsity, Q selected a candidate. Votes were cast during homeroom at a f penny a vote and the student body was encouraged to vote as often as they wished. Proceeds ofthe contest were used to buy new uniforms. Mr. Legs of 1970 was Terry Payne. Terry will reign over all boys' legs at Turner until the 1971 candidate is chosen. To Terry Payne this is just another pretty leg. i The Mr. Legs candidates were: Richard Leeper, sophomore candidateg Terry Payne, Varsity Cheerlead- ers candidateg Bill Edwards, junior 'candidateg Jim Barclay, Junior Varsity Cheerleaders' candidateg Ron Rise, Senior candidate. You toss back your head, the guitar starts and you have rock. Mixers Turner High School mixers are sponsored by Student Council under the direction of Mr. Worley and Mr. Syring. Attendance at mixers was no better this year than last, despite a good start. The first mixer was a financial success so several others were hopefully planned but all mixers have lost money since. There were five mixers this year, but the future for T.H.S. mixers looks bleak. Unless other ways of securing a profit are used, we may have seen the last of them this year. Silhouetted couples dance to the great rhythm of the band. One of many local groups, THE OXALOTZ, performed for one of the mixers. Tom Owen and Vickie O'Nea.l enjoy one dance together. 7 llb Do You DARE? ARK THEATRE FREDERICK KNGITS Rounn ocroozn se 7 is It in A Behind the Scenes A stage hand sets up props before the play begins. Turner's theatrical season opened with TAoTA's presen- tation of Frederick Knott's WAIT UNTIL DARK on Oc- tober 16 and 18, 1969. The audience was presented the concept of theater-in-the-round, a novelty to Turner. Some adjustments from the original stage directions were neces- sary, but all problems were solved and the play proved suc- cessful. The story concerns the attempt by three criminals to re- cover a doll filled with narcotics, which they believe to be in the possession of Susy, a blind girl. Suspense builds until it reaches its exciting climax since Susy is completely un- aware ofthe whereabouts of the doll or the importance of the doll to the three men who are willing to do anything to obtain it. Because her husband, Sam, is away on a business trip, Susy relies on her own resources and the help of Gloria, a little girl who lives upstairs, to outwit the evil de- signs ofthe men. Special lighting effects were used in this play. At one point the stage was plunged into complete darkness while Susy attempted to escape Harry Rote, one ofthe criminals. Stage hands were vital also since props and lighting were so important. Assisting, Mr. Wallace in WAIT UNTIL DARK, was As- sistant Director, Rosemary fCookiej Burris. X Make-up is applied to Rick Walker for his role as Sam, Susy's husband. rg Gloria frantically searches for a place to hide the doll. Mike Sgt. Carlino Harry Roat Susy Sam Gloria Policemen Cast l l4Nx T Barry Wallace Mike Murphy Garry Rickey Theresa Stinnett Rick Walker Terri Higgins Steve Szczygiel Dan Michael 1 W N fl of N! f,-9. I aku yi X l at Ml A f G if ff" I All YL 9 ' Y l 1,752 A -fi -. ,l Q ' Wa-5? 52. ? r Q 'x K, "I Susy talks to Sgt. Carlino while Gloria stands by listening. Tw. 129 Homecoming Queen Beth Park crowns Terry Payne Mr. T.H.S. Turnerite Ball The Turnerite Ball became a reality again at Turner on December 6, 1969. After much thought and labor our gym became an elegant medieval hall with wall paintings and banners, and a large fireplace to one side. This was brought about with the cooperation of many people including the Yearbook Staff, Stu-Co, and Art Club. Many long hours were spent at school doing wall paintings and banners and at Cindy Steineger's garage working on the fireplace with Wayne Daniel as chief contractor and carpenter. The music was furnised by the "Classmen", a well known local group. A good time was had by all with the highlight of the evening being the crowning of Mr. and Miss T.H.S. c +1-ana A- . 3 . George Moore, Diana Gamble, and Miss Elizabeth Choplin congratulate Karen Gren- inger, Miss T.H.S. Tom Barnett, Prince of Charm, receives a congratulatory kiss from Beth Park. The sound of "The Classmen" was one of the highlights of the Turnerite Ball. A special dance is dedicated to the Turnerite Royalty. Terry Payne defends hrs trtle of Mr T H.S. 1970". Mr. and Mrs. Worley, Mrs. Bond, and Mrs. Spitser enjoy re freshments and a little conver- sation. Turnerite R0 alt Princess and Prince of Achievement Pam Stirling and Greg Bell stand before the Oath of the Athenian City-State in Mayor Mc- Dowe1l's office. i ,sais Prince and Princess of Personality Marion Hill and Susie Kel- ley flash their personalities over a switchboard. Princess and Prince of Athletics Vicki Mc- Clinric and Torn Owen suffer a toboggan r1de in Pierson Park. Prince and Princess of Promise Sc Success Hal Eden and Sue Palmer prepare for their successful future in the Prince and Princess of Charm Tom Barnett and Martha Cornelius Kansas City, Kansas Public Library. drink in the View from the Top of the Towers. 'M -'1,- T' ,gi Prince and Princess of Fun Sr Mischief Terry Fritts and Sara McBride horse around by a "joke" of a car. Af' ,, , .5 S N-nf. " ..' lf nf' r, Feld H Prince and Princess of Talent Tim Worthington and Ann Jones stand by the Statue Orpheus at the Music Hall. ..,,. 1 ,, .V fr it N in ."i 5 Prince and Princess of Activities Dennis Morrison and Sandy Ashworth at what more active place than an airport? The Turnerite Royalty Court pause for a moment in a busy school day to dis- play the wit and charm which caused the senior class to choose them as candidates. They are: Cal VanSant, Lee Wilkins, Judee Laningham, Judy Luth, and Ron Rise. X w , v 1 K 'W- ' " ,. ,WWW Q Q ,.n" ..- wgh' ' 1 p Q v Quin My I ,g1H!'!1 lr 5' 'fl 1 'U 'J l H 'I iv v 94 4. X .. -Lg, f, ff .X , M-':w51'4.a7 g1f wf?fQ 55:-1 . Q 5 xx" 1 fvfwg W 'md Mix w 4 1 ..:Ngq,,5?,,Q 335.5 ga, -,V ,Nw - . 1 . 4yWamg5E,g ' U ,gf 1 gfgfkwj, . 543355. W , . uw Aff v" ,- 'NM """"lqn. Jw' Jgpwwf N. may Pay HC X? 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The Cast Newton Fuller Annabelle Fuller Madge Steve Mr. Kimber Uncle Stanley Mr. Prescott Clayton Evans Mrs. Douglas Miss Leslie Raymond Hester Leggett Frazer Katie Sue Miss Wilcox Mike Murphy Becky Billings Sara McBride Danny Michaels Gary Rickey David Lawhorn Steve Sterner Larry Cain Bettie Matney Linda Lawhorn Damon Bowers Rita Wilson Stan Scyzgiel Renee Brus Cookie Burris Laura Hall Vaal ' ff Q jg . W 1 n M L- 4 .1 I I. ' A ' 'f 5 -1" ' The major point of the play was the building up of the house and the tearing down of it during a drinking spree. The result-A torn up house. Georg Was i- ls Q E 'Y J ,gr .sth XZ ' -1 3 3 , fl 0 . Y X xt 5 gf g I - ggi, rr , "'- 4 "i 524 lfgllir nffjg tl li IIE: . All Ha ar lluhkwvvfuair Ing' T' E it - s H" 'U je" I Q' t: ' E "A 3'7- Sg-:B ' E nos ww S0962 ... - 2J 'l!l'r www 540+ tl J - . ii-V , - --- -ew-er' rr" fr 1 Annabelle Fuller questions why all the trees have to be spray- ed for the Japanese Beetle. ,x. - had .- a ' Nr .0 -A 31. f mu: 4 . f. "When manure costs more than a Sirloin steak, it makes you stop and think." That was one of the many witty com- ments from Annabelle Fuller in the play GEORGE WASH- INGTON SLEPT HERE, given December ll 8a 12, by TAOTA. The opening statement concerned the state of affairs the family was faced with. That is, the Fullers had to take up residence in an abandoned farmhouse when Mr. Fuller. de- cided to move to the country. The house was one of those old stone houses that go back to Revolutionary days and it had evidently seen much better ones than the present. The plaster had come off the wall in great patchesg one window had been roughly boarded up, and it was clear that no one had lived there for quite a long time. So that was where the Fullers found themselves. Mr. Fuller had to commute into town, Annabelle had to put up with nagging relatives and they found themselves short of money. However everything did work out in the end with the announcement of an impending hurricane. :M .J -, 4 . --"iff ,Q ' Q - 16 'fp , N79 ' s .mg . "iff A break in the rehearsal occurs when Mike Murphy pauses to look over his lines. N . Matt and Luisa sing a scientific love duet across the wall that separates them. El Gallo sings "Try To Rememberf' The Fantasticks The 1969-1970 musical, T1-IE FANTASTICKS by rom The eelm eefeee the Seem' Jones, was given February 19 SL 21 by TAOTA. Mr. Wallace directed and Becky Billings was his assistant. Betty Rich- ards, piano, and Mike Murphy, drums, were the accom- panists. No scenery a11d a minimum of props caused this musical to differ from the chorus productions of the past. This was the third straight musical with Pam Stirling, se- nior, cast as the female leadg Tim Worthington, senior, made his second performance in a Turner musical. The story of THE FANTASTICKS concerns two fathers attempts to make sure their children fall in love. The fathers "create" a feud and after Luisa and Matt, their children, fall in love they end the feud with astaged abduction by El Gallo. The boy's triumph over the abductors results in a happy ending for all. But soon the romanticism begins to Wear thin. The fathers quarrelg the lovers break-upg and Matt sets out to see the world. The fathers make up and again El Gallo appears to Woo Luisa and fill her with promises of a romantic world, then he deserts her. Matt returns disillusioned with reality. Both have been hurt and they reunite in a simple and unaffected way. "This plum is too ripef' 138 A first class rape depends on what you pay. Cast' El Gallo Luisa Hucklebee, boy's father Bellomy, girl's father Matt Deaf Mute Mortimer Henry Tim Worthington Pam Stirling Terry Frilts Steve Sterner George Moore Teri Higgins Garry Rickey Dan Baxley IMQ Matt fights off an Indian and a bandit to protect his Luisa. Luisa sees the world with the help ofthe bandit. The victory for the boy results in a happy ending. Matt sees the world through different eyes. A ' s i.. -5 all I l .W flf. 1. a Valentine's Day . X ' The 1969-1970 Turiielrite Staff and T-Club sponsored the first Miss Sweetheart-Knave of Hearts Contest. There was no grade requirement for the contest and each class nominated a boy and girl. T-Club sponsored Martha Cornelius and the Turnerite Staff sponsored Jim Wicinski. Class candidates were: Connie DeCoster and Dick Leeper, Sophomoresg Julie Weathers and Bill Ed- wards, Juniorsg and Susie Kelley and Gary Taylor, Seniors. The student body voted by giving pennies at lunch and during home room. They voted as often as they wish- ed. Miss Sweetheart 1970 and Knave of Hearts 1970 were Julie Weathers and Dick Leeper. Dick Leeper, Knave of Hearts 1970, and Julie Weathers, Miss Sweetheart, 1970 display their prizes. , .xiii X ,I is fr Q5 'Wi . In.. ,X 1 ,Lf 4 Connie DeCoster, Dick Leeper, Julie Weathers, Bill Edwards, and Susie Kelley wait as other candidates are called from the audience. ers, Dick Leeper, and Connie DeCoster await the announcement of Miss Sweetheart and Knave of Hearts. Connie DeCoster, sophomore candi- date for Miss Sweetheart, comes for- ward to take her place in the front of the gym. Y I 1 ru . llnlr. Jim Wicinski, Martha Cornelius, Gary Taylor, Susie Kelley, Bill Edwards, Julie Weath- Student Life r The orange drink in the cafeteria sure packs a wallop. But golly, coach, this is my best shot! IE I I cokc Www 4 ,U ---.,.-' ' I -., -2--4-uc-.--, . jx '01 ,xy Ill And here's one for Miss Peterson! l So this is what they call an orgy! -- , WY, - -we --iq 'st is it 'tt That's a -.-.of an Egyptian chorus line. Uhh, where did you say the dance is? Arld ifl thiS COHICI . . . 141 4 . Q it .1 I as ii ir HB! e + e 'iff u Content Seniors LQQQ Q QWQA xy-Q R x!kQcUi , X , V1 Q YD OxvxOf NNCN6 Cbcjw. NY' '55 XQQQQVI 3 N XQQ JFQQDKQ f "' 1QPQ,3f LL!'X', EMMA Q M KX nmg Q JJ Wfpgwmm E YXOXQLL QOUR XQXAQ fl X QM 4 VVXQR. QCWSQ NME QVWYX A ,K -Vg, CH CMMQQ ' at gi Q 60 QXLQMS f 'igvvx XQQKQ u Omg wQCMf- X! ,N ,xlvmuan ,TQQD QUMSYQ, WXVYXQQ 3-QQ XXXXKD W an xx QM. MQW Q LVYDORW Ka n WW 5 as D E22 M Z S M G5 07513 5 ff QD nn n : -4IfN1SR:X UWKQ Y -93 F' ,-2 . A Y ry f-,f:u,..fag g vw F, L-J ,A .J xx "'f"""".7 2 T, U E L 5 f 3 K s 1 Presidentg Beth Park, Secretaryg and Martha Cornelius, Treasurer. Senior officers are: Dennis Morrison, Vice-Presidentg Terry Payne, Q: Q v 4 "wwf I - WM hi ' I r If 'WLT 1, 'QWM W QV .f 'van ,gif ,,...4.N, Mya! AA ARPT lg 1.41 " '5x1l,'- ' 35 ,, uw .avi M ,lb L , W X , 'v J 4,15 xt, vw fi.. "F, ,. nb 5. mi rg! :w fm rdf. if ff .213 1 f', N49 Wim I R, , ' ' lass of 1970 Inherits School Leadership -Jan'et'Blakey Lois Bonga David Bozarth Nick Bradbury David Bridge Jennifer Bronson Stephen Bronson Michael Brotherton ' 'P gif -qu ,V 21 5 "Q'?". 'Muff v - if , Q. 34,55 D, .111 ,Q V, Q-. y., 'W "M 'L - N , 'n - K ,1.Q,3. U - 4 J' 'tin . 1 - " . , 'Sf + R 1 '-Q! n - V L35 Y 5: , V . ' .fag 4. '57 J r A M352 Q ka - 7 .-'QV Q , M Wm tl 'fam b"" to mf-ss l"',qS .mx lu- 041' " ah. H, V - 'UNL '-nl If i A n F U Q. 4--6' ml' my Q1 4 UI' 4. a QU ,., -...f,,, A- gawr Q- ..5 .,,, ,, ,L ,-, Y- .dg., W..- -Y Fun and Excitement Dale Cox Kathy Crabtree Jerry Craig if M John Crowley 1 , . Wayne Daniel Richard Davis Ronald DeBaene Rita DeMoss David Denny Glenda Dobson Deborah Droullard Janice Dyster Har.0ldLEden Chris Erickson Margaret Everett Robert Fain Rodney Fenner Patricia Ferson A Deborah Fewin Mike Finney Cathy Fontenot Terry Ford Marilyn Foster Terry Fritts Carol Fry Sam Fry Dwayne Fulton James Gaither Michael Gale Steve Gallagher Diana Gamble Brenda Gardner Robert Gieck Charles Gippner Brenda Gladieux Rosette Glaspie WW. 'MM l- ' , X Nf'X l A' y J. , . ai egx 'ear' x..,.. K ' 1 . -gp 149 x , , f 1 K , ' A I f 2? f f E I Zz . X XV Seniors Allow for Variety by Choosing L? I- vfw at I 4 09 iigv 5 'XJ L . Jw 1, x A sl' j , if Anil- Z , ,, 1- I' ' . ' sl m . Q , eff I Ve . , 5 2 K V ,xp . ' , Seniqr Rings with Two Different Shapes N SA v-'Y KJ Qui. Lydia Laningham Denise Leatherwood Brenda Ledom Karen Kinney Randi Kreeger Walter Krupco Evelyn Lane Cheryl Lang Judee Laningham Diane Link Linda Link Twila Little A ,1 ,vnumrulw ,. rm 'W W' v J MX gx -M -M ' M H9 ,xg-. I . A' Y 1 W , . A, z .i g mm- ntlr ' ll Three Years at Turner -uv 9, -'1fQ"'R" , ,,....,.- .van -ff W .E 6 lv zu., pf: Q wg- Q 4 Q35 H X, K 7 f' A 1 3-. f af, is A B gg N Q ,P-'A x 1221 iw' gp-.nn i' W X1 11-7 " M 'M fin. I , 55 fx - '- ' " Steve McCrary Toni McDaniel Jan McMillan Charles McWilliams Linda Miller Michael Miller Marcia Moore Dennis Morche Brenda McGowen Michael McGowen Robert Merrell Glenda Miller Randy Miller George Moore Dennis Morrison Roxann Murray Pamela Musil Cassie Myer 154 Kathy Myers Helen Neff W , f 1 'UWYW' 14 H1 -JW . .-, 5 ' 'fin in ,aw Q..-V H-.1 Www Mary Neighbors Barbara Newton Cheryl Ocamb John Oliphant Janice Nichols Marvin Noernberg Nelson Onstott Deborah Osteen 6, 1-N.,,umMV , Carol Ott Tom Owen Sue Palmer Beth Park 155 Terry Payne Troy Peck Debbie Phillips Nancy Potter Monta Pozin Sherry Prince Lanny Pruett Ronald Pugh Ronald Purinton Barbara Quigley Janice Powlas Michael Precht Patty Preston Sandra Price Robert Rank Daily Rasdall Gina Ray Richard Reaka .gf-1' Bobbie Reed Cathy Reffett Tom Rhodes Betty Richards Judy Richardson Chris Riggs Linda Riley Ron Rise Billie Roberts Kenneth Ryder David Sargent Karen Saunders Donald Schuler xx , vi Kent Robertson Teri Robertson Jeanne Robinson Barbara Roe John Ross Susan Seitz Pamela Shackleford Bob Shepherd Suzette Shirley Karen Shively Doug Shutt Becky Smith Deborah Smith Donald Smith 157 Judy Smith Kristi Smith Cynthia Steineger . Doris Stafford Jack Spoor Steven Sterner Tom Stevens Norman Smith Vervil Snyder Judy Scott Steinmetz Lanita Stepaniak Stokesberry Pamela Stirling Joseph Stobef Virginia Stump Marilyn Sullivan Dayna S'fUf8e0fl Tonia Sutton Howard Glenn Swisher Swafford Stanley Linda Sweaney Szczygiel I Kaye Thode Nicola Urie Q Rick Tanner Gary Taylor James Thoele Celesta Tiner Jody Trout Jack Twibell Larry Vail Richard Valentine Debra Vantellman Carol Vogts Pamela Wallace Dianne Walley l Beverly Walters Tom Walters J-I g-nv? Sajonna Warfel Sally Waugh Q ' ra, A Gr-' Janet Tipton Calvin VanSant Doug Walton Harold Ward Thomas Weathers Carole Weber 159 N. ., ,iz- ,v , X William Whiles Delores White James Wicinski John Wiley Lee Wilkins John Willis Mary Wilson Narissa Wilson William Wilson Tom Winegar Vicki Wood David Worthington Tim Worthington Linda Wyrick Barbara Zuck SENIORS NOT PICTURED Rebecca Alexander Edward Callahan Terry Chapman Ralph Cummings Ronald Dornbrack Lawrence Elam Trina Fisher Richard Henderson Sue Jackson Jim Leckrone Kathleen Martin Tommy Miller Scott Nugent Anita Parker Linda Pike Ricky Walker L 5 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE J OFFICE OF EDUCATION WASHINGTON. D.C. 20202 September 29, 1969 President Nixon has asked me to extend his warm greetings to the stu- dents and faculty of Turner High School through its yearbook, TURNERITE. This is an exciting time to be a young American. The challenging years immediately before us offer your generation unusual opportunities to develop and enlarge the great traditions of liberty and justice which have guided the progress of our Nation. awe look with confidence to you to bring us closer to the realization of The full promise of America. My best wishes to all of you as you complete your high school years and enter upon the proud adventure of full partnership in our democracy. 2302 James E. Allen, Jr. Assistant Secretary for Education and U.S. Commissioner of Education l 161 Summary ANITA ADAMS ., ' - , Kayettes 2,35 Health Careers 2,35 ' TAoTA 25 Play 25 Musical 25 Choir 2,35 Library Assistant 2. BECKI ALEXANDER MARSHA ALLEN Bowling 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 Jr. Rep. 25 Kayettes l,2,35 Health Careers 2. EVA ARMSWORTHY Lit Sc Wit 25 Science Club 2,35 YFC 2,35 Spanish Club 3. RITA ARNOLD Health Careers 3. ROSE ASH SANDY ASHWORTH Spanish Club 2,35 Bowling 1,2535 Stu-Co 1,2,35 officer 35 National Honor Society 2,35 Attendance Clerk 35 Princess of Activities 3. DEBBIE ASKREN Health Careers 1,2 ,35 TAoTA 25 YFC 2,35 Kayettes 25 Play 2. DEBBIE ATWELL Spanish Club 2,35 YFC 25 officer 25 Library Assistant 25 Turnerite 35 FTA 3. EDNA BACKHUS Pep Club l,2,35 TAOTA 25 Band 1,2,3' Health Careers 2,35 Kayettes 3. J BARBARA BAILEY Homeroom officer 15 Health Careers 3. BOBBY BAKER Science Club 15 Industrial Ed. 2. DIANE BARCLAY Student Council 1,2 ,35 Choir 2 ,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Spanish Club 25 officer 25 Sr. Rep. 35 Y-Teens 1. RICHARD BARNES Science Club 1. TOM BARNETT Basketball 1,2,35 Football 1 ,2,35 Track 15 Band l,2,35 Stu-Co 1,2 ,35 Execu- tive Council 35 T-Club 2,35 Prince of Charm 3. LINDA BARRIER Health Careers 3. PAT BQARTELS MARSHA BEARD Pep Club 1,25 Homeroom officer 25 Health Careers 3. LINDA BECKER G.A.A. l,2,35 Attendance Clerk 35 Bowling 2,3. JAMES BEESON Football 15Wrestling 1,25 Gym Asst. 35 Cross Country l,2. GREG BELL Football 1,2 ,35 Basketball 15Stu-Co 15 Wrestling 2,35 Class Rep. 2,35 Choir 2, 35 National Honor Society 2,35 Prince of Achievement 35 T-Club 3. GARY BENDER Cross Country 1,25 Track l,2. DAVID BENNETT Industrial Ed. 2. STEVE BENTON Football 1,25 Wrestling 1,25 French Club 2,3. BECKY BILLINGS Y-Teens l5TAoTA l,2,35 Band l,2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Golden Masque 2,35 French Club 2,3. JANET BLAKEY Library Assistant 25 Health Careers 3. LOIS BONGA FTA 2. DAVE BOZARTH Football l. NICK BRADBURY Industrial Ed. 2,3. DAVID BRIDGE Golf 1 . JENNIFER BRONSON JCL 2,35 TAOTA 25 Health Careers 1, 2,35 Science Club 15YFC 2,35 Band 1, 25 Weather Club 25 Play 2. STEPHEN BRONSON Cross Country 2 ,3 5 Track 2 ,3. MIKE BROTHERTON Football 3. PEGGY BRUCE Health Careers 2. RENEE BRUS FTA 15 Health Careers 15Bowling 2 Pep Club 25 TAOTA 15 Play 3. DIANE BRYANT Pep Club 15Kayettes 1,25 Bowling 2 Health Careers 2,3. RON BUNCE Arr Club 2,3. DONNA BURKS DOT BURNETT YFC 25 Booster 3. ROSEMARY BURRIS Band 1,2 ,3, Pep Club 2, TAOTA 2,3 Choir 35 YFC 3. KENNETH BUTLER DEBBIE BUTTERS Pep Club 1,2,3, JCL 2,3. STEVE CALLAHAN DAVID CAMP CAROL CANSLER CAROL CAVASOS Health Careers 3. NELDA CAVINESS Library Assistant TERRY CHAPMAN RITA CHEEK Pep Club I5 Health Club 3. BOB CHOWNING Industrial Ed. 2 ,3. DOUG CHRISTINE Intramurals l5Weather Club 2,3. 3 l RICK CHRISTOPHER Wrestling 3. VICKI CLAWSON G.A.A. l,2,33 TAoTA 1,2 ,33 Kayettes 23 Health Careers 2,33 Science Club 3. STEPHEN CLAY BRENDA COCHRAN Pep Club 1,23 Bowling 1,23 Kayettes 23 G.A.A. 2,33 Intramurals 2,33 Health Careers 2,3. DONNA COLE Attendance Clerk l,2,33 Health Careers l,2,33 Bowling 3. MARGARET COLLINS Pep Club 2,33 Honor Pep 33 Kayettes 3QYFC 2,33TAoTA 3. DEBBIE COOK Homeroom officer I,2,33 Bowling 13 Kayettes 2,33 Intramurals 13 Health Careers 33 Pep Club 1,23 Attendance Clerk 2,3. LOREE COPENHAVER Pep Club 1,23 Art Club l,2,33 G.A.A. l,2,33 Jr. Rep. 23 Health Careers 33 Weather Club 33 Homeroom officer l,2. MARTHA CORNELIUS Homeroom officer 13Spanish Club 2, 33 J.V. Cheerleader 13Pep Club l,2,33 Varsity Cheerleader 2,33 Stu-Co 33 Homecoming Attendent 33 Princess of Charm 3. BOB COSSEY DALE COX KATHY CRABTREE G.A.A. 1,2,33 officer 33 Lit Sc Wit 2,33 officer 2,33 YFC l,2,33 Art Club 33 Pep Club 33 Sr. Rep. 33 Booster 2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Volleyball team 2,3. JERRY CRAIG JOHN CROWLEY Basketball Mgr. lg Band l,2,33 TAoTA 2,3. MIKE CUMMINGS WAYNE DANIEL Science Club l,2,33 Wrestling 2,33 . Turnerite 3. RICHARD DAVIS Industrial Ed. I. RON DeBAENE Football 1,33 Basketball l3Track l,2' Wrestling 2,33 Sr. Rep. 33 Industrial Ed. 33 Weather Club 3. S RITA DeMOSS Pep Club 23 Kayettes 2,33 Health Careers 3. DAVID DENNY GLENDA DOBSON Pep Club 1,23 Intramurals 1,23 Bowl- ing 1,2 ,33 Health Careers 2,33 Attendance Clerk 2,33 RON DORNBRACK DEBORAH DROULLARD YFC l,2,33 spanish Club 2,3. JANICE DYSTER Pep Club 13Office Attendant 23 Kayette 33 Health Careers 33 Home- room officer 2,3. HAL EDEN Football 1,2,33 Basketball Mgr. 2,33 Stu-Co 1,2 ,33 FTA 2,33 officer 33 Science Club 33 officer 33 Choir 33 Lab. Asst. 2,33 National Honor So- ciety 2,33 officer 33 Prince of Promise 8a Success 3. LARRY ELAM CHRIS ERICKSON Band l3Track 1. MARGARET EVERETT Pep Club 2,3Q Kayettes 23 Lab Asst. 23 Health Careers 2,3. BOB FAIN Football l,2. RODNEY FENNER Industrial Ed. 3. PATRICIA F ERSON JCL 1,2,33 officer 2,33 Health Careers 23 FTA 33 Kayettes 3. F EWIN Pep Club 1,23 Bowling 1,2 3 Kayettes 2 Intramurals 1,23 Health Careers 3. MIKE 'FINNEY TRINA Pisriaa CATHY FONTENOT TERRY FORD MARILYN FOSTER Science Club l,2,33 officer l,2,33 Health Careers l,2,33 Choir 23 Chorale 23 Musicals 2. TERRY F RITTS Football 13Science Club 1,23 FTA 33 Spanish Club 2,33 National Honor Society 2,33 Play 23 Musical 33 Lab Asst. 33 Turnerite 33 Track 13 Football statistician 33 Basketball statistician 1,2,33 Quill 84 Scroll 33 Prince of Fun 8: Mischief 33 Band 1,2 ,3. CAROL FRY Pep Club 13J.V. Cheerleader 13 Health Careers 2,33 Kayettes 23 Bowling 2. SAM FRY Football l,2,33 Basketball I3Track 13 Homeroom officer 1,2,33T-Club 2,33 officer 33 Art Club 2,3. DWAYNE FULTON Industrial Ed. 3. 3 JAMES GAITHER Wrestling l,2,33 Cross Country 23 Play 23 Attendance Clerk 2,3. MICHAEL GALE JCL 1,23 YFC 1,2,33Wrestling Mgr. I, 23 Weather Club 23 Stamp Club 33 Photography Club 33 Photographer for Booster and Turnerite 3g Quill 8: Scroll 3. STEVE GALLAGHER Wrestling 2,3. DIANA GAMBLE Kayettes 1,2,33 Art Club 2,33 officer 2,33 Honor Student for Art 33 Turner- ite 3. BRENDA GARDNER Pep Club 1,23 Bowling I. 4 ROBERT GIECK Spanish Club 3g French-Club 3. CHARLES GIPPNER Y 4 BRENDA GLADIEUX Kayettes 2,33 G.A.A. 2,33 Bowling 23 Volleyball 23 Intramurals 23 Booster 3. ROSETTE GLASPIE DEBORAH GOALDER Health Careers 1,2 ,33 Choir 3. BECKY GORDON YFC l,2,33 French Club 2,33 Pep Club 3. TERRY GREEN Football 1,23 Science Club 33 FTA 3. KAREN GRENINGER Cheerleader 1,2 ,33 Head Cheerleader 33 Stu-Co 1,2 ,3 3 Executive Council 23 Art Club l,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,33 Musical 1,23 Pep Club 1,2,33Gym Asst. 2,33 Homeroom officer 33 Girl's State 23 Play 23 Bowling 2,33 Art asst. 2,33 Volleyball team 33 Turnerite 33 Miss T.H.S. 3. CAROL GRIGGS Health Careers 2,3. VERDELL GRIMES ROCKY GUMBEL KAY GUSS VICKY HAAG Pep Club 1,23 Latin Club 13 Home- room officer 3. MARSHA HALE Pep Club 1,23 Choir 3. LAURA HALL Gym Asst. 2,33 Library Asst. 13 Pep Club l,2,33 Honor Pep 33 G.A.A. 2,33 Intramurals 2,33 Play 1,23 FTA 2,33 French Club 2,33 TAoTA 2,33 Golden Masque 33 Bowling 1,33 Turnerite 33 Quill 8a Scroll 3. TRACIE HALLIBURTON Health Careers 2,33 Kayettes 23 TAOTA 2. GAY HANNA Bowling 2. - SHARON HANNA LINDA HARDMAN Kayettes l,2,33 Bowling 3. DONNA HARRIS Pep Club 13 Health Careers l,2,33 Kayettes 1,23 FTA l. MICKEY HARRITY PAM HARTER Lit 8: Wit 13 Spanish Club 23 Science Club 23 TAOTA 33 FTA 3. RICHARD HENDERSON VICKIE HENLEY Bowling 1,2 ,33 Intramurals 2,33 G.A.A. 2,3. LARRY HENRY LARRY HERIFORD JCL l,2,3. CHARLES HERRING Football 1,2,33 Basketball 13 Wrestling 2. MARION HILL French Club 2,33 Stu-Co 33 Band l,2,33 Boyis State 23 Intramurals 13 Prince of Personality 3. GREG HILTON DON HODGE MARY HOLENBECK Art Club l,2,33 Health Careers l,2,33 JCL 33 Booster 33 Quill 8z. Scroll 3. BETH HOPE Pep Club l,2,33 Lettergirl 33 TAoTA 23 Lit 8a Wit 23 officer 23 Health Careers 23 Spanish Club 33 officer 33 Bowling 33 Stu-Co 33 Turnerite 3. BOB HUMPHREYS YFC 1,2,33Industrial Ed. 1,2,3 3 offi- cer 3g Weather Club 1,2 ,33 TAoTA 3. HARVEY IRBY SUE JACKSON Health Careers 3. VICKIE JACOBS Pep Club 1,2 ,33 Lettergirl 33 Bowling 1,23 Intramurals 1,23 GAA. 2,33 Health Careers 3 3 Kayettes 3. JON JAMES French Club l,2,33 Track Mgr. 1,23 Football Mgr. 2,33 Wrestling Mgr. 23 Lab Asst. 23 T-Club 3. SANDY JOHNSON Health Careers 1,2,33 Kayettes 2,3. ANN JONES Homeroom officer 13 TAoTA 2,33 Art Club 33 French Club 33 Stu-Co 1,33 YFC l,2,33officer 1,2,33 Choir 2,33 Chorale 2,33 Musical 23 Booster 33 Turnerite 3g Quill 8a Scroll 33 Princess of Talent 3. DEBBIE JONES Volleyball 2,3 3 Pep Club 1,2 ,33 Stu-Co 2,33 G.A.A. 2,33FTA 13 Kayettes 1,23 officer 13 Musicals 2,33 Intramurals 1, 2,33 Bowling 2,33 Lab Asst. 23 Home- room officer 1,2. DANNY KAISER Industrial Ed. l,3. DELORIS KEITH RICK KELLEY Football l,2,33 Wrestling 1,23 Track 13 Stu-Co 1,23 Homeroom officer l,2,33 FTA 23 T-Club 2,3. SUSIE KELLEY Pep Club l,2,33 officer 33 G.A.A. 2,33 officer 33 Volleyball 2,33 Bowling 2,33 Lettergirl 33 Homeroom officer l3 Gym Asst. 2,33 Princess of Personality. SHERRY KENDALL Spanish Club 2,33 officer 33 Quill 8a Scroll 2,33 Booster 3. LA DONNA KING YFC 1,3 ,Musical l3TAoTA 23Service Club 23 Attendance Clerk 33 Health Careers 3. KAREN KINNEY Kayettes 3. RANDI KREEGER WALTER KRUPCO Football l3Weather Club 2,33 officer 2,33 Safety Commissioner. EVELYN LANE Health Careers 2,3. TERI ROBERTSON Pep Club 132,33 Honor Pep 33 Y-Teens I3 Bowling 132333 Band 1,2333 FTA 2, 33 0fficer433 Intramurals 33Tu1'ner- ite 3. JEANNE ROBINSON FTA 33 Kayettes 3. BARBARA ROE Pep Club 132.33 Honor Pep 33 Bowling 3. JOHN ROSS KEN RYDER JCL 33 officer 33 Football 13FTA 33 Band 13233. DAVID SARGENT KAREN SAUNDERS Pep Club I32333Majorette 132333 TAoTA I3Spanish Club 2,33 Stu-Co 233. DONALD SCHULER Science Club 13 Intramurals 1. SUSAN SEITZ Pep Club 23 Health Careers 3. PAM SHACKELFORD Y-Teens l3Bowling 13YFC 1,2333 Musical 1323 Spanish Club 2333 officer 33 Lab Asst. 23 Chorale 33 FTA 33 Choir 33 Turnerite 3. BOB SHEPHERD Band 13lndustriaI Ed. 13233. SUZETTE SHIRLEY Pep Club 132333 Library Asst. 13 Kayettes 23 Health Careers 2,33 Attendance Clerk 3. KAREN SHIVELY Pep Club 23 Health Careers 2333 officer 3. DOUG SHUTT Stu-Co 13 Basketball 13233. BECKY SMITH Pep Club 1,2 ,33 Lettergirl 33 Spanish Club 2,33 officer 33 Gym Asst. 2333 Intramurals 2,33 G.A.A. 2333 Bowling 132333 Volleyball 33 Homeroom officer 23 Jr. Rep 23 Sr. Rep. 33 Quill 8s Scroll 33 Turnerite 3. DEBBIE SMITH DON SMITH Football l3JCL 33 Band I,2,3. JUDY SMITH Pep Club 1,2333 Lettergirl 33 Gym Asst. 33G.A.A. 2,33 FTA 33 YFC I3 Intramurals 2,32 Bowling 2,33 Home- room officer 1. KRISTI SMITH Health Careers 2,33 FTA 3. NORMAN SMITH JCL 132,33 officer 2. RONALD SMEALL BUD SNIDER Weather Club 2333 YFC 3. JACK SPOOR Intramurals l. DORIS STAFFORD Pep Club 1,23 FTA 1,2333 Service Club I. CINDY STEINEGER Pep Club 2,33 Quill 8r Scroll 2,33 National Honor Society 2333 FTA 2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3g G.A.A. 2 333 French Club 2,33 Art Club 2333 Library Asst. l3Homeroom officer 13 Booster 33 Turnerite 3. SCOTT STEINM ETZ Basketball 132. LANITA STEPANIAK Pep Club 1,2333 ETA 23 French Club 2,33 officer 33 Band 1,2333 officer 33 Honor Pep 33 Homeroom officer 33 Turnerite 33 Quill 84 Scroll 233. STEVEN STERNER Basketball l3Band 132333 Science Club l3Track l3T-Club 33 FTA 33 FCA 33 YFC 33 Cross Country 3. TOM STEVENS Industrial Ed. 13233. PAM STIRLING Y-Teens 13FTA 1,23 Band 1,23 officer 23 Pep Club 132333 Choir 2 ,3 3 Chorale 23 Musicals 1,2 333 Homeroom officer 23 Varsity Cheerleader 33 Stu-Co 233i Stu-Co officer 33 Lab. Asst. 23 Spanish Club 23 National Honor Society 2333 Bowling 1,2 333 Princess of Achievement 3. JOE STOBER Football 1. JUDY STOKESBERRY FTA I 323 Intramurals 13 Lab Asst. 23 Bowling 33 Library Asst. 3. GINNY STUMP Band 1,2333 Pep Club 1,2333 Health Careers j3KZ1yCIt6S 3. DAYNA STURGEON Pep Club 132333 Library Asst. I3 Art Club 23 Jr. Rep. 23 Choir 3. MARILYN SULLIVAN TONIA SUTTON HOWARD SWAFFORD LINDA SWEANEY Health Careers 132,33 Pep Club 1,2333 YFC I3Kayettes 2,33 JCL 23 French Club 23 Homeroom officer 23 TAoTA 3 GLENN SWISHER Football 132 333 Wrestling 132333 Track 132 .3. STAN SZCZYGIEL Play 3. RICK TANNER GARY TAYLOR ' Football 1,2333 Basketball 13Track 13 Wrestling 23 Industrial Ed. 2. KAYE THODE JIM THOELE CELESTA TINER Pep Club 1, Gym Asst. 23 Health Careers 3. JANET TIPTON FTA 23 Health Careers 3. JODY TROUT Pep Club 1,2333 TAOTA 23 Kayettes 33 Health Careers 233. JACK TWIBELL Football I 323 Track 1,2 333 Industrial Ed. 3. NICKI URIE Art Club lgPep Clubglg Q.A.A. 1,2,3g Intramurals l,2. I LARRY VAIL Football Mgr. l,2,3g Wrestling 1,2,3g Intramurals l,2g Homeroom officer lg T-Club 2,3g Industrial Ed. 2,3g Sr. Class Rep. 3. RICHARD VALENTINE Cross Country 1,2 ,3g Industrial Ed. lg Basketball lgTrack 1,2 ,3g Choir 2,3. CAL VANSANT Basketball l,2,3g T-Club 3g Member of the Royalty Court. DEBBIE VANTELLMAN Health Careers 3. CAROL VOGTS YFC 2,3g officer 3, Spanish Club 2g Health Careers 2,3. RICK WALKER Plays 3. PAM WALLACE Pep Club 1,2,3g Lettergirl 3g FTA 2,3g officer 3, G.A.A. 2,3, Musical 1,2,3g Kayettes 3g Service Club l,2g Intra- murals 1,3. DIANNE WALLEY YFC l,2g Library Asst. l. BEVERLY WALTERS TOM WALTERS Football 1, Basketball 1gBand l,2,3g TAOTA 3. DOUG WALTON Art Club l,2,3g Football 1,2g Track I, 3g Wrestling 1,2 ,3g Industrial Ed. 3 g Weather Club 3. HAROLD WARD SAJONNA WARFEL French Club 3. SALLY WAUGH Lit Sc Wit lgMusical 1,23 Choir 2,35 Chorale 2g Spanish Club 2,3g officer 3g FTA 2,3, officer 3g National Honor Society 2,3, Girl's State 2, Homeroom officer 3. TOM WEATHERS Football lg Track lgStu-Co l,2, Industrial Ed. 1,2,3g officer 23 FTA 2, 35 Booster 2. CAROLE WEBER BILL WHILES Wrestling 1,2g Cross Country 3. DELORIS WHITE Pep Club 2 g Health Careers 3 g Kayettes 2,3. JIM WICINSKI Football 1,2,3g Basketball l,2g T-Club 2,3g officer 3g Art Club 3. JOHN WILEY Intramurals 1,2,3 5 Basketball lg Football lg Football Mgr. 2g Art Club 2,3g Industrial Ed. 2,3 . LEE WILKINS Track 1gBasketball l,2,3g Golf 2,3, Choir 2,35 T-Club 3, Member of the Royalty Court 3. JOHNNY WILLIS Industrial Ed. 3 . MARY WILSON Bowling 1,33 Kayettes 2,3g Pep Club 2. NARISSA WILSON FTA 2,3g Spanish Club 2,33 Musical 2g Art Club 3g Choir 3. BILL WILSON Football 1,2 ,3g Wrestling l,2,3g Band 1,2 ,3g Intramurals 1,2 ,3g T-Club 35 Spanish Club 3. TOM WIN EGAR VICKI WOOD FTA 2g Pep Club 1,2,3g officer 3g Honor Pep 3g Quill 8: Scroll 2,3, officer 3g Lab. Asst. 2, Spanish Club 2,3 g Musi- cal lgBowling l,2,3g Turnerite 3, Edi- tor 3. DAVID WORTHINGTON Basketball I,2g Football 33 Gym Asst. 3. TIM WORTHINGTON Stu-Co l,2,3g officer 3gYFC lg Cross Country 1 g Basketball 1,2g Choir 2,3g Musical 2,3, Prince of Talent 3. LYNDA WYRICK Musical 1,2g Band 1,2,3gPlay lg Choir 3g Chorale 3. BARBARA ZUCK FTA 2g Band 25 Pep Club l,2,3g Choir 2,3 g Musicals 1,2g Homeroom officer 3g Stu-Co 2,3g French Club 2g Nation- al Honor Scoiety 2,3, Bowling 2,3, Lettergirl 3g Choir officer 3. TERI ROBERTSON Pep Club l,2,3, Honor Pep 3, Y-Teens 1, Bowling 1,2,3,Band 1,2,3, FTA 2, 3, officer 3, Intramurals 3, Turner- ite 3. n JEANNE ROBINSON FTA 3, Kayettes 3. BARBARA ROE Pep Club l,2,3, Honor Pep 3, Bowling 3. JOHN ROSS KEN RYDER JCL 3, officer 3, Football 1, FTA 3, Band 1,2,3. DAVID SARGENT KAREN SAUNDERS Pep Club 1,2,3,Majorette 1,2,3, TAOTA 1,Spanish Club 2,3, Stu-Co 2,3. DONALD SCHULER Science Club 1, Intramurals 1. SUSAN SEITZ Pep Club 2, Health Careers 3. PAM SHACKELF ORD Y-Teens 1,Bowling 1, YFC 1,2,3, Musical 1,2, Spanish Club 2,3, officer 3, Lab Asst. 2, Chorale 3, FTA 3, Choir 3, Turnerite 3. BOB SHEPHERD Band 1, Industrial Ed. 1,2 ,3. SUZETTE SHIRLEY Pep Club l,2,3, Library Asst. l, Kayettes 2, Health Careers 2,3, Attendance Clerk 3. KAREN SHIVELY Pep Club 2, Health Careers 2,35 officer 3. DOUG SHUTT Stu-Co 1, Basketball 1,2 ,3. BECKY SMITH Pep Club 1,2 ,3, Lettergirl 3, Spanish Club 2,3, officer 3, Gym Asst. 2,3, Intramurals 2,3, G.A.A. 2,3, Bowling 1,2 ,3, Volleyball 3, Homeroom officer 2, Jr. Rep 2, Sr. Rep. 3, Quill 8a Scroll 3, Turnerite 3. DEBBIE SMITH DON SMITH Football 1,JCL 3, Band 1,2,3. JUDY SMITH Pep Club 1,2,3, Lettergirl 3, Gym Asst. 3,G.A.A. 2,3, FTA 3, YFC 1, Intramurals 2,3, Bowling 2,3, Home- room officer 1. KRISTI SMITH Health Careers 2,3, FTA 3. NORMAN SMITH JCL 1,2 ,3, officer 2. RONALD SMEALL BUD SNIDER Weather Club 2,3, YFC 3. JACK SPOOR Intramurals 1. DORIS STAFFORD Pep Club 1,2, FTA 1,2,3, Service Club 1. CINDY STEINEGER Pep Club 2,3, Quill 8L Scroll 2,3, National Honor Society 2,33 FTA 2,3, Intramurals l,2,3, G.AA. 2 ,3, French Club 2,3, Art Club 2,3, Library Asst. 1, Homeroom officer 1, Booster 3, Turnerite 3. SCOTT STEINMETZ Basketball 1,2 . LANITA STEPANIAK Pep Club l,2,3, FTA 2, French Club 2,3, officer 3, Band 1,2,3, officer 3, Honor Pep 3, Homeroom officer 3, Turnerite 3, Quill 8: Scroll 2,3. STEVEN STERNER Basketball 1, Band 1,2,3, Science Club 1, Track l,T-Club 3, FTA 3, FCA 3, YFC 3, Cross Country 3. TOM STEVENS Industrial Ed. 1,2,3. PAM STIRLING Y-Teens 1,FTA 1,2, Band 1,2, officer 2, Pep Club 1,2 ,3, Choir 2,3, Chorale 2, Musicals l,2,3, Homeroom officer 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3, Stu-Co 2,35 Stu-Co officer 3, Lab. Asst. 2, Spanish Club 2, National Honor Society 2,3, Bowling 1,2,3, Princess of Achievement 3. JOE STOBER Football 1. JUDY STOKESBERRY FTA 1,2, Intramurals 1, Lab Asst. 2, Bowling 3, Library Asst. 3. GINNY STUMP Band l,2,3, Pep Club 1,2,3, Health Careers. 5, Kayettes 3. DAYNA STURGEON Pep Club 1,2,3, Library Asst. 1, Art Club 2, Jr. Rep. 2, Choir 3. MARILYN SULLIVAN TONIA SUTTON HOWARD SWAFFORD LINDA SWEANEY Health Careers 1,2 ,3, Pep Club 1,2 ,3, YFC 1,Kayettes 2,3, JCL 2, French Club 2, Homeroom officer 2, TAoTA 3 GLENN SWISHER Football 1,2 ,3, Wrestling 1,2 ,3, Track 1,2,3. STAN SZCZYGIEL Play 3. RICK TANNER GARY TAYLOR ' Football l,2,3, Basketball 1,Track 1, Wrestling 2, Industrial Ed. 2. KAYE THODE JIM THOELE CELESTA TINER Pep Club 1, Gym Asst. 2, Health Careers 3. JANET TIPTON FTA 2, Health Careers 3. JODY TROUT Pep Club 1,2 ,3, TAoTA 2, Kayettes 3, Health Careers 2,3. JACK TWIBELL Football 1 ,2 , Track 1,2,3 , Industrial Ed. 3. NICKI URIE Art Club lgPep Club Q.A.A. l,2,3g Intramurals 1,2. I 'f-fm, LARRY VAIL Football Mgr. 1,2,3g Wrestling 1,2,3 g Intramurals 1,2g Homeroom officer lg T-Club 2,3g Industrial Ed. 2,33 Sr. Class Rep. 3. RICHARD VALENTINE Cross Country l,2,3g Industrial Ed. lg Basketball 1, Track 1,2,3g Choir 2,3. CAL VANSANT Basketball 1,2,3g T-Club 3g Member of the Royalty Court. DEBBIE VANTELLMAN Health Careers 3. CAROL VOGTS YFC 2,3g officer 3g Spanish Club 2, Health Careers 2,3. RICK WALKER Plays 3. PAM WALLACE Pep Club 1,2,3g Lettergirl 3g FTA 2,3g officer 3, G.A.A. 2,3g Musical 1,2,3, Kayettes 3g Service Club l,2g Intra- murals l,3. DIANNE WALLEY YFC 1,2, Library Asst. 1. BEVERLY WALTERS TOM WALTERS Football 1gBasketball 13 Band l,2,3g TAoTA 3. DOUG WALTON Art Club 1,2,3g Football 1,23 Track 1, 3, Wrestling 1,2,3g Industrial Ed. 3 Q Weather Club 3. HAROLD WARD SAJONNA WARFEL French Club 3. SALLY WAUGH Lit 8a Wit lg Musical 1,2g Choir 2,3g Chorale 2, Spanish Club 2,3g officer 33 FTA 2,3g officer 3g National Honor Society 2,3g Girl's State 2g Homeroom officer 3. TOM WEATHERS Football lg Track lg Stu-Co 1,23 Industrial Ed. 1,2 ,3g officer 2g FTA 2, 3g Booster 2. CAROLE WEBER BILL WHILES Wrestling 1,25 Cross Country 3. DELORIS WHITE Pep Club 2g Health Careers 3, Kayettes 2,3. JIM WICINSKI Football 1,2,3g Basketball 1 ,2g T -Club 2,33 officer 3g Art Club 3. JOHN WILEY Intramurals 1,2,3g Basketball lg Football lg Football Mgr. 2g Art Club 2,3g Industrial Ed. 2,3. LEE WILKINS Track lg Basketball 1,2 ,3g Golf 2,3g Choir 2,3g T-Club 35 Member of the Royalty Court 3. JOHNNY WILLIS Industrial Ed. 3. MARY WILSON Bowling 1,3g Kayettes 2,3g Pep Club 2. NARISSA WILSON FTA 2,3, Spanish Club 2,3g Musical 2g Art Club 3g Choir 3. BILL WILSON Football I ,2 ,3 3 Wrestling 1 ,2 ,3g Band 1,2 ,3g Intramurals 1,2 ,3g T-Club 35 Spanish Club 3. TOM WINEGAR VICKI WOOD FTA 2g Pep Club l,2,3g officer 3g Honor Pep 3, Quill 8a Scroll 2,3, officer 3 g Lab. Asst. 23 Spanish Club 2,3gMusi- cal 1gBowling 1,2,3g Turnerite 3g Edi- tor 3. DAVID WORTHINGTON Basketball 1,2g Football 3g Gym Asst. 3. 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Carter, Rhonda . . . ..3l,52,l02 ...... 31 ....31,58,6l ......31 ........31 ....3l,58,61 ...31,52,103 ......3l .......52,104 ...31,61,66,67 31 ......31 ...3l,58 .....31,57,106 31 ,102,103,114 1 ...31 ..31 ...3l ..3l ...31 ...31 ...3l ...3l,44 ...3l ..31 .......3l .......A3l 31 ,57,74,102 .....3l ..3l,42,5S .....3l ...31 ...31 ...31 ...3l,61 ...3l ...3l ...3l .,...31,54 .......3l ,102,l03,l09 .. . 31,54,58 .....31,58 . 3l,102,102,1l4 .,.....31 ......31 ....... 31 .31,61,66,67 Caryl,Myrna . . . Cassidy, Ken .... Cassidy, Kurt' .,.. Caster, Roberta . , . Cavasos, Debbie . . , Caviness,,Nedra . . . Chamberlin, Darrell Chapman, Gordon . Chevalier, Paula . . . Chowning,Timmy . Clark, Marva ..... Clawson, David . . . Cole,Judy .. . Cooley, Scotty .... Cook,Joseph . . . Cook, Richard .... Cox,James ...... Crabaugh, Ronda . . Crabtree, Dean . , . Crafton,Judy . . . Craig, James .... Craig, Vicki .. Crawford,Cal . , . Criner, Johnny .... Crites, Susan ..... .......31 .. 31,104,109 .. 31,104,109 .....31,54 ......32 ...32 ...32 ....32 ,.,....32,61 .......32 .32,6'l,66,67 .......32 ..32,5S ...32 ...32 .....32 ......32 ...32,52,61 ...32,102 .....32 ...32,44 ...32,58 ...32,57 .......32 ., .... 32,54 Crozier, Clifton .... 32,l02,103,l08 Crystal, Darell . . . Cullum,John . . . Cumbie, Diana .... Cummins,Terry. . . Cummings, Timothy Dalton, Cynthia . . . Daniel, Charlotte . . Davis, Deborah . . . Davis, Vera ...... DeCoster,Constance. . . Dedrick, Roberta . . DeGraeve, David . . Denham, Cecil .... Dennis,Philip . . . Devriese, Allan . . . Dexter, John ..... Dobbins, Pamela . . Dobson, Mary .... Dodson, Gregory . . Doughty, Rose . . . Douglas, Jane . . . Downs,James . . . Droullard, Lola . . . Dugan, Carroll .... Dunkin,Connie . . . Durham, Bill .... Dwight, Perl .... Dyster,Cindy . . . .......32 ...32 ...32 ...32 ...32 ...32,61 ......32 ...32,42,5s .......32 32,61,7O,118 140 ......32 .......32 .32,102,103 .......32 .. ...32 ...32 ...32 ..32,58 ...32 ...61 . . . 33,58 . . . . 33,115 .......33 . 33,102,l03,114 .......33 ...33 .....33 . . 33,54 Eagles, Debbie .... Easton,Deborah . . Eastwood, David . . Eastwood, Sharon . Eaton, Craig ..... Eickhoff, Patrica ...... ...33,58 ....33 ......33 ..33,66,67 ......33 ....33,61 Enfield, Linda ........ 33,54,66,67 Englund,Dwight . . ...., . 33,68 Erickson,Judith . . . . . 33 Etzen,Karen .... . . 33,61 Fangrow, Jeffery . . . . 33,109 Farnham, Marcia ............ 33 Fenton, Daniel ...... 33,64,66,67 Foote, Mary ..... ........ 3 3 Forrest, Ralph .............. 33 Foster, Gwendolyn. . .33,59,6l,52,66 Foulk, Jody .......... Fox, Janet ........ Frownfelter, Teresa Fuller, Linda ....... Gaignat, Jim . . Gamber, Jim .... Gann, Charlotte ....... Gardner,Peggy . . . . . Garmoe, Robert. . Garner, Ann .... Garner, John .... Gear, Cinda .... Generaux, Mark . . Gieck, Randell . . . Giger, Becky .... Gill, Bonny ..... Gladieux, Cindy. . Grafe,Jack ..... Grafton, Ross . . . Graham,John . . . Graharn,Patrick. . Gray, Roseana ..... Greenwood,Vicki . . . Green,Denise . . . Geod, Debra .... Gul1ey,Deborah . . Gumbel,Vickie . . . Gunnels, Susan . . Guy,Christina. . . Guy, Constance . . . Guy, Jerry ..... Haden, Shauna .... Hahner, Roy .... Hall, Steve .... Halbach, Joy .... Hampton,David . . Hammer, Karen . . . Hart, Jan ...... Hartford, Randel . ....33,52 ..33,66 ..33,61 ...33 ......33 ......33 33,58,61,74 ......33 ..33,74 ..33,66 ..33,52 ...33 ...33 ....33 . . 33,57 ...... 33 ..33,58,66 ...... 33 33,102,109 ...... 33 33,103,115 ......33 ...33 ...33 ...33 ...33 ...33 ...33 ..52,61 ....33 ......33 . . 33,61,70 33,103,109 ....,.33 ....33,66 ...33 ....33 . . . . 33,70 ... 33,115 Hardesty, Martin ............ 33 Harris, Linda . . . . . .......37 Hatch,Craig . . Haynes, Gayla ........ 34,52,62,66 Haynes, Sherry .... Heidrich, David . . . I-Ieimbach, Jeffery . Hellebuyck, Debbie Hensley,Joseph. . . Hewitt, Mark .... Heydenreich, Laura Hillhouse, Dennis. . Hilton, Becky .... Hinton,Tom . , . Hoggatt, Lora .... Hott, Steven ...... Holenbeck, Deinnc ......... 34,54 Hollister, Helen . . . Hook, Eddie .... Horst, Selinda . . . Houston, Roy . . . Howell, Charles .......... 34,103 Huff, Danny .... 34 Hundley, Vickie ............. 34 Hurst, Garry .... Huskey,Cynthia . . Jaimes, Denise. . . Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, Brenda . . Dennis .. ,Janice . .. ........ 33 34,l02,l03,107 .......34 ....34 .. 34,103 34 ....34 .. ...34,103 .... 34,102,109 ...34.6l,70,l18 ...,....34 . . . . 34,58,66 34.l02.103,115 ...34 ...34,58 ....34 ,52,102,l03,ll4 ....34 .......34 ...34.58,61 ...34,48,58 .......34 ......34,57 Joni ........ 34,44,58,62 Ralph . . . ........34 Jones, Paula . . . Jones, Roger ...... Jordan, Tommy ..... Justice, Rita .... Kaiser, Dale ..... Kappler, Cynthia .... Kapp1er,Theresa . . Keith, Leslie .... Kelley, Randy .... Kendall,Patricia . . Killingsworth, Randy ..., . . . 35 Kindred, Leah .... King, Dwight , . . Kirch, Robert . . . Knapp, Carroll .... Knight, John .... Knight,Michael . . . Kooken, Stephen .... Kozikowski, David . . . Kreeger,Robert .. Kring, David .... 34,l02,103.109 ........ 34 ..34,58 . . . 34,44 ...34,58,61 . . . . 34,61 ...... 34 .. ...34,103 ....34 '1 ....35 .. 35,103 ....35 ....35,44 ...35,103 ....35 ......35 ... 35,103 ........35 ..,35,52,102 Ladesic, Robert ,......... 35,103 Lakten, Dean ....... 35,70,103,115 Lamb,Michael. . . Laningham, Ed . . Lawhorn, David ..,. Lawrence,Ju1ie . . Lease, James . . LeBow, Debbie .... Ledington, Connie . . . ...35,64 ......35 , 35.74,104 . . . . 35,66 ...35,103 ....35 ........35 Lee, Marvel ................ 35 Leeper, Richard . 35,102,109,126,140 Lester, Linda . . Letts, Leisa .... Lewis, Joyce . . . Lincoln, Pamela . Linder,Harry . . Link, Ricky .... Little, Rita .... Logan, Geraldine Long, Kandy. . . Lowe, William . . Luce, Linda . . . Luth, Barney. . . Lust, Ronnie. . . Luther,Carol . . Madison, Diane . Maher, Kathleen Mahoney,JuIie . Mailberg, Robin. Mamie, Frank . . Manis, Richard . Manners, William Manthe,Julian . Mansfield, Wanda Manthei, Debra . Marah, Rickie . . Markus,Carl . . . Marrone, Sammy Martin, Elizabeth Martin,Patsy . . Martin,James . . Martin, Randall . Marvine, Victoria Mason, Larry. . . Masuch, Karen. . Matney,Gary . . May, Mike .... McBrien,Ja1nes . McC1intic, Rick . McFarland,Terry. . . ......35,61 ........35 ..35,52,58,61 35,52,58,59,66 ........35 ........35 ..35,52,58,59 ....35,6l .,...35 ......35,56 ...35,52,103 ,.....35 ...35,103 .....35 ........35 ....35,59,66 ......35,61 . . . .36,62,54,58,74 ........36 ...36,106 .....36 ...36 .-.36 ....36,52 ........36 . 36,52,64,68 ......36 ....36,61 ........36 ..36,103,l09 ........36 .36,72,102,103,115 . . . .36,103,115 ........36 ....36 ...36 ......36 McGregor, Monte ......... 36,103 McVeigh, David . Meir, Stephen 36,52,72,102,103,113 114 Milam, Patricia . . . . . 36,58,61 Milford,Kathy . Mil1er,Bob . . .....36 ..36 Miller, Carol .... ....36 Miller, Ronald ..., . . . 36,103 Millhouse, Nancy .... ,... 3 6 Monteil,Robert. . . . . . 36,103 Montoya,Pam ,. Moore, Lorna . . . Moore, Ronda . . . Morgan,Debra. . . Moyer, Sheryl . . . Murphy, Rickie . . Murray, Dennis . . Musil,Paul ..... Myers, Debra .... Mynatt, Michael. . Neighbors,Jeff . . Neighbors, Roger . Newton, Randall . Nichols,Mark . . . Nixon,Carol . . . Noble, Rebecca . . Noland, Kathey . . Norvell, Lisa ,... Nuesse,Phyl1is. . . Ogden, Ronald . . Osborn,Phyl1is . . Owen, Freddie . . Owen, Steve . . Owens, Danny. . . Parker, Jim .... Pennock, Stephen Pippin, John .... Pitts, Frances . . . Pitts, Terry ..... Pope, Jacquelynne Porter,James . . . Potter, Patty .... Potter,Steven . . . Powell,Jolene . . . Powers,Diane . . . Powlas, Mitchell. . Preston,Carolyn . Pringle, Richard. . Probst, Carl .... Pruitt,Cheryl . . . Purinton, James. . Quijas, Richard . . . Radford, Shirley. . Ramsey, Allen. . . Rank, Dennis . . . Rank, Linda .... Rasdall,Danny. . . Reeves, Charles . Reynolds, Frank . . . Rhodes, Dianne . Rhodes, Terry . . ......36 ....36,58 ......36 ....36,61 ...36,58,61 ..36,102,109 .......36 ..36,102,103 .....36,54 ........36 ........36 36,102,103,115 ........36 .......36 ........36 ..36,58,61,74 ....36,52,61 .......36 ...36,57,59 ....36 ...36 ...36 103 ...36,102 ...36 ...37 ...37 ...37 ....37 ....37,58 ....37 ...37 ...37 ......37 .......37 ...37,68,104 .....37,54 ...37,114 ....37 ...37 .......37 ........37 . . . . .37,52,58,61 ........37 ......37 .. 37,102,103 ......37 ...37 ...37 ...37 6 Richard, Mike .... Rieger, Christina .... Roberts, Dale .... Roberts, Pam . . . Rogers, Debra ..., Romines,Cecilia . . . Rone,Rochelle . . . Romprey, Robert Rosenau,Mark . . . Ross, Janice .... Rowe,Danny . . . Rowe, Thelma . . Rupard,Pamela . . . Rush, David .... Russell,Pamela . . . Russell, Thomas Sandburg, William Schneider, Lea . Schoenberger, Dennis . . Schrooppel, Mark ..... Scott, David ...... Scott, Dennis . . . Scott, Dennis . . . Scott, Herbert . . . Shenkel,Pamela .. Shirk, Bonita . . . Shirley,Kevin . . . . . Shirley, Steven ...... Shively,Kathie . . . ...37 ..37,66 ...37 ....37 ..37,58 ..,37 ...37 ...37 ...37 ....37 ...37,l03 .....37,66 ...37,42,54 ....37,68 ..37,52 ...37 .....37 ....37,58 .......37 .37,l02,l14 ....37,l09 ...37 ...37 ...37 ...37 ......37 .......37 . . 37,78,109 . . . 37,54,62 Shoemaker, Jerry. 37,52,l 02,1 1 1 ,l 13 Siebert,Dona1d . . . Sills, Robert ..... Simmons, Lester . . . Sims, Brenda . . . Sitlingtdn, Rosalie Skaggs, Gary ..... Slankard, Steven . . Smith, Alice . . Smith Denise . . . Smith James . . . . Smith,Janie . . Smith,John . . Smith, Susan .... . . . Smith, Teresa . . . Snapp, Kathaleen ..... South, Ernie ..... Sparks, Robert. . . Spence, Glen .... States, Eddy . . States, Warren . . . Steineger,Joe . . . Stevens,Nancy . . Stewart, Eileen . . Stinnett, Theresa . 114 ...37 ..38,42 ...38 ...38 ..38,44 '38 ... 38,103 .... 38 . . . . . 38,58 .. . . 38,103 .38,52,58,61 . 38,103,106 .. . . . 38,54 38,6l,70,ll8 . . . 38,58,6l . . . 38,103 . . . . 38 . .. 38,109 ....38 .......38 .....38J0 .3a,52,5s,61 ...sapipe ....38,74 Strange, Jay' .' 'L' ..38 Stueber, Bonnie ..,. ....... 3 8 Stutes,Carolyn . . . Szczygiel, David ....... . ..... ....38 .38,l02,103 Tarwater,Jimmy . . . ..... 38 Taulbert,Wayne . . . Taylor, Belinda .... Thoele,Larry . . . Thomas,Cha'rles . Thomas, John . . . Thomas, Marietta . Thompson, Barbara Thompson, Joseph Trawick,Jackie . . Tribble, Robert . . Turk, Nelda .... Turner, Roberta . Turner,Walter. . . Turney, Eddie . . . Tyson, Bill ..,.. Vallis,Judy ..... Vanleberg, James . Vitatoe, Mona . . . Voiles, Cleona . . . Wadel, Larry . . . Walker, Lois . . . Walker, Tina .... Wallace, David . . . Walsh, Paula .... Walters, Regina . . Walters, Ricky. . . Walters, Ruth . . . Wamsher, Roberta Warner, Sheila . . . Weaver, Barbara. . Weaver,Michae1 . Weddle, Deborah . Wheeler, Laura . . Whisler,Kana . . . White, Linda . . . White,Nancy . . . White,Theresa. . . White, Terry .... Whitesill, Merry . . Whitney, Billie . . Wilbanks, Loretta. Wilkins, Lindsay . Willert,David . . . Willert, Robert . . Williams, David . . Williams,Pamela . Williams, Sherry . Williams, Susan . . . Willmon, David . . Wilson, Bonnie . . .....38 i.'..38,58 '...-38 . . . 38,57' .. 38,109 ... 3,8 ... 38 ... 38 . 38 ... 38 ..... 38 . ..... -. . .- 38 ... 38,8l,109 38,102,103 38,104,105 . ..... 38,58 ... 38 .... 38 . . . 38,61 .......38 ...39,58,66 ......39 ..39,,103 .-..39 ...39 ...39 ...39 ....39 . . . 39,52 . . 13,39 . ....... 39 . . . . 39,61 39,58,60,62 ........39 ...39 ...39 ...39 ...39 ...39 ....39 ....39,58 . . . . 39,52,6l .....39 ....39 ......39 . . . . 39,58,61 ...39,58 ..,39 ....39 . . . 39,54 Wilson, Connie ............. 39 Wilson, Rita .... 39,52,58,66,72,74 Wilson, Tanya .............. 39 Winegar, Gary ....... Winslow, Jeanne .......39 ....39 Winters,Deborah . . . . . . 39,52 Wittkopp, Walter' , . . Wright,Perry . . . Wright,Sand1'a. . . York, Rudy .... ..39 ..39 39 ..39,l03 Class of 1971 Adams, Shelley ............ 61,85 Agnew, Jean ........... 58,61 ,85 Allen, Nancy . . 48,51,53,61,67,7l,85 Allison, Robert . Andrew, Daniel . Allison, Ronald .... ..85,106 .......85 Appleton, Mary ....,........ 85 Arnold,Diane . . . . . .42,59,69,85 Asher, Eddie . . Ashlock, John . . Austin, Robert. . . Bachuss, Ricki ..... ,.......85 ...85 ..85 ..85 Bailey, Barbara J. ............ 85 Baker, Rickey J. ............ 85 Barclay,James. . . 77,85,l02,l03,ll3 114,126 Barlow, Kathleen . . . . . . 44,85 Barrett, Leona. . . ...... . . 85 Bartkoski, Gary ............. 85 Bartmess, Jim ...... 85,97,102,l 09 Baugh,Michael . . ......... 85 Beaty,Charles. . . . . 85 Beeney,Jack . . . . 85 Bender,Susan . . . . . 85 Benton, Bonnie .... .... 8 5 Bernal,Louis . . . . . 85,103 Biggs, George ...... . . 85 Bigham,Debra K. . . . . . . 85 Bishop,Diana . . . . . . 66,85 Blaise,Sandra . . . . . . 66,85 Boan,Michael . . . . . . . 85 Botteron, Vicky. Bradford, Patty . Brallier, Edward Bray, Gary .... Bretthorst, Jesse. ,....5s35 .... 5l,61,85 48 ,50,85,l 09 Briggs, Kenneth . ,52,67,77,85,97,102 103 Briles, Stephen ........... 52,85 Hatch, Dennis .... ..... 8 7,103 Brooks,Marsha . . . . . . 71,85 Brown,Cynthia .... . . . 61,85 Brown,Dennis .. Brown,Terry . . . Brumley, Brenda . Bryant,Me1vin. . . . . . 56,85 85 .. ...... 58,85 . . .48,50,8l ,85 Bryon, Robert .............. 85 Bunce, Earl ................ 85 Burke, Stephen . . . 59,65,85,104,l05 Burks, Larry ............... 85 Butler, Jane .............69,a5 Bauer-, Jody ..... 52,61,66,67,86,l 18 Butters,Paul . . . Cain, Diane ..... Caldwell, David . . Callahan, Daniel. . Callahan, Susan . . Callen, James . . . Camp,Judy ..... Cansler, Jeffery . . Caster, Bettina. . . Cathey,Joyce . . . Cavasos, Marvin . . Channell, Dennis . Clayborn, Pamela . Clement, Rose. . . Cochran, Kathy . . Collier,Janet . . . Collins,Wil1ia1n . . Conklin, Kathy . Cordill,Walter. . . Cornelius, Teresa . Cox,Michael . . . Coyazo, Anthony. Crabaugh, Steven . Craig, Brenda . . . Craig, Katherine. . Crawford, Fred . . Crowe, Gary .... Crowley, Michael . Cullen, Michael . . Davidson, Jerrold. Davis, Gloria .... DeBaun, Sally . . . .. ...6l,86 .. .... 86 .. ..... 86 .. ...58,86 ...67,86 ..86 .. .,...... 86 ...53,60,6l,69,86 .. ........ 86 ....,47,53,61,86 ...48,49,86 . 67,77,86,104,l05 ..86 .. ..86 .. ........ 86 . . .52,67,77,86,97 110,1ll,112,113 .........66,86 .. ...6l,86 ....86 .. ...54,86 .. .... 86 ....86 .........69,86 .48,49,58,61,68,86 DeCoster, Deborah. 67,71 ,86,l 16,1 17 Dexter,Nancy. . . Dickinson, Barbara Diehl, James .... Ditto,Sandra . . . Dixon,John . . . Dobbins, Lelie. . . Dobbs,Clifford . . Dobson, Gary . . . Doering, Janice . . .,.......6l,86 ....86 ...86 ...86 ...86 ....86 .. ...67,86 ....86 . . . 61,86 Downs,Bruce . . . 44,86,110,l12,113 114 Dressler, William ..... ' ..... 74,86 Eastwood,Patricia . . . ........86 Edwards, Bill .. . 47,86,ll1,113,114 Elrod, Cheri ....... 126,140 52,53,61,67,87 Empson, Glen .............. 87 Etzen, Larry .... Everhart, Duane .... Farley, Eileen .... ....87 ....87 ....87 Felman, Sharon ............. 87 Ferguson, Vernon. ........ 87,103 Fitch, Donald .... 47,5 2,65,67,77,87 Fitch, Stanton ...... Fitzgerald, Frank .... Flaherty, Donald . . . Foley, Alvin ..... Fowler, Belinda . . . . Francis, Philip ...... Frazzell,James . . . Fry, Donald ...... Gaither,Margaret. . . Gamble, Marsha .... Gammon, Debra Ganaden, Richard . . Garner, Judy .... Gates, Michael . . . Gilbert,Linda . . . Gill,Isabell . . . Gray, Sharon. . . Gregory,Mona. . . Griffin, Loren ..... Griffin, Janice ...... 97,114 67,71,102,l03 ..,.....87 ...87 ........87 ........87 87,97,102,l03 . . .58,61,74,87 .,......87 ...6l,87 ......87 ....58,69,87 ......87 .....87 ....87 ....87 ....42,87 ...87,103 ....6l,87 Gutschenritter, David .... 69 ,87,102 Gutschenritter, Susan ..... 53,67,87 Haden, Kim .... 53,59,61,64,87,1 18 Hafner, Vaughn R. Hafner,Vaughn V. . . . 57,64,87,l03 Hager, Anna ............... 87 Hale, Joyce ..... Hampton, Steven . . . Hanners, Raymond Harding, Jerry ..... ........87 ..87 .. .... 87 ......87 Harding, Kathleen .... . . 61,67,87 Hardman, Roy. . . ....87 Harris, Sharon ..... . . 87 Harrison, Deborah . . . . . 87 Hart,Jack ....... .... 8 7 Hartegan, William .... ..... 8 7 Hartzler, Sandra .... . . 13,74,87 Harvey, Joey .... .....87 Heckman,Teresa . . . .... 58,61,87 Heidrich, Patrick . . . Henthorne, Lloyd. . . Hibbs, Kenneth .... Hicks, Roxanne .... Higgins, Teri .... . Hildegrad,Yvonne . . Hill, Mary ....... Hodge, Cheryl ..... Holt, Janet ....... Horst, Cranson ..... Hovis,Marvin . . . Hummel, Dale , . . Israel, Richard ..... ... 87 . . . . . . . . . 87 ...48,49,50,87 ......... 87 ...48,49,68,74 87,138 . .... 87 .......58,88 61,67,71,88,118 88,114 . .. 88 . . . . . . . .. 88 .5l,61,88,79,80 Jacobson, Connie . . . James, Paul .......... 42,5 2,64,88 Johnson, Debbie Kay ........ 46,88 Jones, Annita ...,.......... 88 Jones,Danny . . . .... . . 88 Jones Darla . . . ..... . . 88 Jones,Deborah . . . . . .6O,61,67,88 Jones, Judy ..... ....... 8 8 Joyce,Jack. .. .... .. 88 Joyce,Paul. . . . . . 88 June,Terry. .. ... 88 Katon,James .... . . . 88 Keener, JoAnn .............. 88 Kelley, Phillip .............. 88 Kent, Ronald .... 48,49,50,51,68,88 Kiff,Joyce . . . ...... 58,61,66,88 Kirch, Shirley . . .... 68,88 Kissell,John . . . . . . 44,88 Knight,Mark . . . . . 89 Kobe, Eileen ..... ......... 8 9 Kovich, Kathleen .......... 61,89 Kovich, Theresa ..... 51,58,59,61,89 Krzesinski, Mary .........,. 61,89 Lautenschlager, Martin ........ 89 Lawhorn, Linda ......... 44,51,61 74,79 ,80,89,136 Lawson, DiAnna ........ 61 ,68,89 Leinaster, Patricia . . ..... 59,89 Lewis,Debra. . . . . .51,61,68,89 Lillard, Rodney . . . ..... . . 89 Little, Robert . . ..... 66,89 Little, Sharon . . .......... 89 Lobb, Dennis ..... 56,71 ,89,97,103 Loftin, Paul ..... ......... 8 9 Lohrey,Deborah . . . .... 53,67,89 Long, Perry ...... ...... 8 9 Lowry,Paula .. ..... 89 Lust, Sandia . . . . , . 89 Luttrell, Gary .... ...... 8 9 Macan, Michael ............. 89 MacDougall, David . 89,104,105 Magill, Donald . . Main, Ricky . . . Manners, Michelle Mansell, Donna . Manthei, Ronald .......89 89,102,109 . ....... 89 ........44,90 .......90,l03 Martin,Patricia .. 47,48,49,52,58,66 Marvel, Richard Mattox,Pa1nela . . . Maxwell,James . . . May, Elaine . . . . McCall,Michael . . . 65 ,69,79,80,90 . . .42,61,68,90 ....... 90 ........-44,90 .......,-67,9Q McClellan, Kara . 61 ,67,71 ,90,l 16,1 17 McClure, Patricia .......... 66,90 McCutcheon, Marlin ........ 67,90 McCutcheon, Melinda-.'. . ,67,90 McDaniel, Dorella . I .,... 90 McDaniel, Rheta . . . 54,90 McGowan, Vickie. . McHenry, Timothy. McKey, Theresa . ...90 .... ..9O Michael, Daniel ....... 90,136,137 Mi1ler,Janet . 1 . . .48,49,52,53,58,6l 69,90 Moats, Billie ..... 51,53,59,68,71,90 Moore, Deborah. Moore, Denise . . Moore,Vickie . . Morgan, Dorothy . . Morgan,Julie . . Murphy, Patrick. Murphy, Randy . Myer, Geoffrey . Myers, Brenda . . Myers,Carol . . . Myers,David. . . Owen, Steven . . Nave,Marsha. . . Nichols, Donna . Norris,Judith . . Nutt,Douglas . . ...90 ...90 ........54,90 44,74,90,136,137 . . . 56,90,97,l03 . . . . . . 44,90 . . . . 61,90 ...5l,59,90 ......... 90 .... 90,102,103 ..48,49,58,61,90 O,Neal, Vickie. . .61 ,67,73,7l ,90,1 16 Page,Diana. . . Palmer, Rita . . . Parsons,Wallace. . . Patterson, Vicky . . Payne, Judith .... Payne,Mark . . . Peak, Ronald. . . Peck, Connie .... Peden, Valerie .... Peek, Julie ..... Peniston,Terry . . . Perry, Patricia . . . 117 ...48,49,71,90 ...52,90,97,l03 ...90 ...90 ...90 ...90 ...90 .....90 ...44,90 ...91 -m Pettey,Michael . . . Petts, Audrey . . . 'Pitts,Cynthia . . . Pitts,Janice, . . . Pitts, Jerry ..... Place, Richard .... Pander,',Vicki: . . Powell ,'-C arla ..... Powers., Linda 1 .... Price, Ijester . . '-Pruett, Linda . . ' I Pugh, Bill .... . Pugh, Ronald . . . Rakes, Carl .... Ray,Christal. . . Reed, Judith K. . . Reed,Judith M.. . . Rice, Steven ..... Richards, Nancy . . Richards, Wanda . . Richardson, Diana . Richman,James .. 77,91,11o,112 .61,66,91 . . . 61,71-.91' ....91 .ugl- 51 ,52,59,6l ,68,9l ..91 ..9l ..91 ...,...91 .......44,91 ...44,51,68,91 ........91 ......57,61,9l .. . 77,91,97,103 . ........ 91 . .'...9l .. ..... 91 .......9l,l03 Rickey,Garry . . . 74,9l,136,l38,139 Rieger, Frederick . . 48,49,50 .......9l,l0f3 Rittenhouse, Jimmy .... 91,102,109 Roberts, Adrienne .48,49,66,67,69,9'1 Roberts,Tamala . . Rogers, Jerry .... Rogers,Kathleen . . Rogers,Mary . . . Rohrbach,Debra . . Root,Karen .... Ross,John .... Rupert,Paul . . . Rush, Mary .... Rusk, Phillip . . . Salinas, Joe .... Sams, Jerry ..... Sanders, Pamela. . . Santoyo, Leo .... Saylors, Brenda . . . Schroeder, Bridget . Scott, William .... Sedivy,Jeannette. . Sharp, Jeffery .... Sharp, Mary ...... Shoemaker, Michael Sigler, Dennis .... Siler, Vicki ...... Smith, Dennis . . . Smith,Kathryn . . . Southern,Jennifer . ....58,61,66,9l .... 91,102 . ........ 91' .. . . . . . .. 91 . .48,49,5l,61,9l ..91 .......91 ........91 ...48,49,67,91 ........91 ...,...91 . ...53,61,9l . .... 91 . ..91 .. ..91 . ..... 91 .. ..... 54,91 . ...91,97,103 .. ....... 91 .....91 .. ..92,l03 . .... 61,67,92 ... 92,97,1o2 . ....,... 92 ....44,5l,6l,92 Spaits, Gail ..... .... 4 2,68,92 Sparks,Carol . . . . . . 52,69,92 Sprague, Daryl .... Stafos, Bobby . . . ...92 ...92 Stafos, Viki ................ 92 Slepaniak,Marilyn . . .56,68,79,80,92 Stephen,Deborah . Stephens, Sandra . . Stephenson, Russell Stewart,Calvin . . . Stirling, Rebecca . . Stokesberry, Robert . . . Stone, Vicki ..... Stout, James .... Stout, John ...... Summers, Brenda . . Sunday,Melody. . . Sweeten,Clyde . . . Sweetwood, Nina. . Sweetwood, Vickie Swenson, Gary .... Szczygiel, Stephen . Taulbertg Michael. . . 66,67,92 . ...... 92 ...68,92 .....92 . .. . 61,72,92 .....92 .....92 77,92,lO3 ......92 ... 61,92 .. . 59,92 . . . 52,92 . ..... 58,92 . . . . . . 58,6192 . ....... 92 52,92,1l4 . . . 57,92 Taylor, Janice ...... 52,61 ,69,71,92 Thomas, George ............ 92 Thomas, Willard ..... Thompson, Michael ..... Thurman, Randall . ...92 .....92 Tice,Michael. . .48,50,77,92,104,l05 Tkatch, Carolyn ............ 92 Tobin, Dennis . . . . . . 68,92 Toler, Warren .............. 92 Tolet, Wayne Torrey, Nancy . . . 53,61 ,67,71 ,92,l 16 Tribble, Bill. . . Tunks,Karen . . Turk,Daniel . . . Ulasien,Peter . . . Urie, Richard . . . Vail, Michael Vance, Stephen .... VanLerberg, Debbie . . . VanPelt,Marsha . . . Walker, Susan .... Wall, Mary . . . Wallace,Patti . . Ward, Linda . . . Warriner, Scott . . . Weathers,Julia . . . Weaver,Janice . . . Weber,Carolyn . . . Weems,William , . . Welsh, Glenda . . . Whisler, Dana .... Whitney,Patricia . . . Wilbers,Dennis . . . 117 ...92 .....92 .....92 . 44,46,92 ......92 ...52,93 ..42,93 ...93 ...93 ...93 ...6l,93 ...93 ......93 .......93 53,93,140 .......93 ......93 ......93 .. . 58,61,93 ...61,93 ...42,93 93 Williams. Galen . Williams, Michael Willis, Audrey . . ..93 ....... .93 Wilson, Dennis ....... 59,68,93,1C4 Wilson Judith. . .....,.. 58,93 Wilson Lawrence. . . . . . 93,1519 Wilson Ann . . . .... 42,61-,513 Wilson, Nancy . . . . . 58,93 Winslow,John. . . . 93 Wiyninger,Pcggy . . . . . . 54,93 Wooten, Robert .... .... 9 3 Worthington, Steven .... . . . 93 Wright, Joseph ...... Yeager, Robert .... Yonts,Vickie . . York,Warren . . Zurn,Charles . . ,Mos -93 ...5s,93 .'..93 , . . 56,93 Class of 1970 Adams, Annetta. Allen,Marsha . . Armsworthy, Eva . . . Arnold, Rita . . Ash, Rose .... Ashworth, Sandra ........ . Askren, Debra . . Atwell, Deborah. Backhus, Edna. . Baker, Bobby . . Bailey, Barbara . Barclay, Diane. . Barnes, Richard . Barnett, Thomas . .52,67,72,73,77,97 Barrier, Linda . Bartels, Pat .... Beard, Marsha . Becker, Linda . Beeson, James . Bell, Greg ..... Bender, Gary Bennett, David. Benton, Steven Billings, Rebecca . . Billups,Susie. , . Blakey,Janet . . Bonga, Lois .... Bozarth, David. . . .48,49,54,58,145 54,145 . . . 69,145 54,145 66,145 55,66 69,72,73,l33,145 54,145 . . .52,69,79,80,145 . . .44,54.58,61,145 145 54,58,l45 . . .48,49,55,72,145 145 98,1 10,1 13,132,145 54,145 . . . . 145 54,145 66,67,l45 67,145 ' '4Q,55,5i,57,9v,r06 132,145 145 145 .......51,145 68,74,75,l 36,137 145,44,51,55 ..........145 ... 54,145 146 ..146 qv Bradbury, Nick . . . Bridge, David .... Bro.1son,Jennifer. . . Bronson, Stephen. . . Brotherton, Michael . Bruce, Peggy ...... Brus, Renee ..... Bryant, Diane ..... Bunce, Ronald .... 56,146 . . . 146 57,146 . . . 146 .. ...97,146 146 ,... 44,741,146 . . 54,66,67,146 146 Burks. Donna ............. 146 Burnett, Dorothy. . .......47,146 Burris, Rosemary . . . 48,49,74,75,146 Butler, Kenneth ............ 146 Butters, Deborah ......... Camp, Jesse ..... Cansler,Carol . . . Cavasos, Carol .... Caviness, Nelda . . . Cheek, Rita ...... Chowning, Robert . . . . . Christine, Doug ...... 57,147 ... 147 ... 147 54,147 ... 147 54,147 . 46,147 ,... 81,147 Christopher, Rick ........... 147 Clawson, Vickie. . .49,50,53,54,67,68 Clay, Stephen . . . Cochran, Brenda . . Cole, Donna . . Collins,Peggy . . . Cook, Debra . . . 147 .. . . .. 147 ... 53,54,147 . . . 54,66,147 ...58,61,147 54.66,147 Copenhave, Loree ..... 53,54,81,147 Cornelius, Martha. . .116,117,140,132 l47,62,69,72 Cossey, Robert . . . ...... . 147 Cox, Dale ................ 148 Crabtree, Kathryn ..... 42,53,59,148 Craig, Jerry ..... Crowley, John . . Daniel, Wayne ..... Davis, Richard .... DeBaene, Ronnie .... DeMoss, Rita . . . Denny, David .... Dobson, Glenda ........ Droullard, Deborah ........ .....44,l48 . .....,... 148 . 79,80,107,148 ....... 148 ... 148 ... 54,148 ...... 148 54,66,148 69,148 Dyster, Janice ........... 54,148 Eden, Harold ..... 48,52,55,68,72,77 Erickson, Christopher Everett, Margaret . . . Fain, Robert. . Fenner, Rodney. . . Ferson, Patricia Fewin, Deborah . . . Finney,Mike , . . Fonter1ot,Cathy. . . 132,148 ........ 148 ,... 54,61,148 ...... 148 ....... 148 ... 57,58,148 .... 54,149 149 .. 149 Ford, Terry .... ........ 5 6,149 Foster, Marilyn ........ 54,68,149 Fritts, Terry ..... 69,79,8O,133,138 139,149,52,55,64,65,68 Fry, Carol ............. 54,149 Fry, Samuel .... .... 7 7,97,99,149 Fulton, Dwane. . . 149 Gaither, James .......... 66,149 Gale, Michael .... 64,65 ,78,79,80,149 Gallagher, Steve ............ 149 Gamble, Diana ..... 42,58,79,80,149 Gardner, Brenda . . Gieck, Robert . . . Gippner,Char1es . . Gladieux, Brenda . Glaspie, Rosette. . Goalder, Deborah. Gordon, Rebecca . Green, Terry ..... Greninger, Karen . Griggs, Carol .... Grimes, Verdell . . Gumbel, Rocky . . Guss, Kay ...... Haag, Vicky .... Hale, Marsha .... Hall, Laura ..... Halliburton, Tracy Hanna, Gay ..... Hanna, Sharon. . . Hardman, Linda. . Harris, Donna . . . Harrity, Michael. . Harter,Pamela. . . Henley, Vickie. . . Henry, Larry .... Heriford, Larry . . Herring,Char1es. . Hill, Marion . . 149 . . . 67,69,149 149 ...53,58,47,149 149 . . . 48,49,54,150 .....51,61,150 . . . 52,67,68,150 ..72,135,126,116 117,15O,42,61 . . . . 54,66,l5O 150 150 150 .- ........ 150 .....48,49,15O 51,52,53,74,61,65 67,79,80,151 52,54,151 .. ...... 151 .. .... 151 .. .. 58,151 .. 54,151 .. ....... 151 ...52,68,151 .. 53,151 . . . 151 57,151 97,151 44,51,72,132,15l Hilton, Gregory ............ 151 Hodge, Donald 56,151 Ho1enbeck,Mary . . .42,47,54,65,151 Hope, Beth .... 6O,62,69,79,8O,151 Humphreys, Bobby. . . 13,48,49,56,74 151 Irby, Harvey ............ 42,151 Jacobs,Vickie. . .53,54,61,62,66,151 James,Jon ......... 51,77,78,151 Johnson, Sandra ..... 54,58,66,151 Jones, Debra ........ 72,61,48,151 Jones, Ann ..... 50,65,72,74,79,8O 133,151,42,48,49,51 Kaiser, Danny ........... 81,151 Madden, Dale . 1 12 1 1 l 1 Keith, Deloris ........., .... 1 51 Kelley , Rick ........ 51 ,77.e97,151 Kelley, Susan . . . 53,60,61,62,67,132 . 140,151 Kendall, Sherry ...... 47 ,65,69,151 King, LaDonna 48,49,54,66,151 Kinney, Karen ........... 58,152 Kreeger,Randi. . . Krupco, Walter .... 152 . . . 66,81,152 111,112,13--,154 Murray, Roxann ........... 154 Musil,Pam .... .f 154:'f Myer, Cassie ............ 59,154 Myers, Katherine ......... 354,154 Neff, Helen .... 48,49,53,54,81,154 - Neighbors, Mary. . 55,65,67,77,80,155 - A 44,51 Newton, Barbara . . . . . . 54,66,155 Lanse, Evelyn .... ..... 5 4,152 Lang, Cherylrr .- ...... 65,79,80,1.52 Langinghan1,,Judit11 . .42,58,72,79,80 ' ' " 133,152 Langingham, Lydia Leatherwood, Denise .... Leckrone,Jim .... ,... . . . . 152 . . ...... 152 53,58,152 Nichols, Janice ..... Noernberg, Marvin . . Nugent, Scott ..... Ocamb,Cheryl .. Oliphant,Johnie . . . Onstott, Nelson .... Osteen,Deborah . . .....155 . ...l55 .42 155 ......67,155 .... 52,77,l55 .48,49,58,74,155 Ledom,Brenda . . 54,523,152 Link, Diane ..... Link, Linda .... . . . 54,66,152 . .... 54,152 Little, Twila . . Littlefield, Joy. Long, Nancy . . Losure,Bruce . Lowe, Jacqueline . . Luce,Nancy . . 152 .. . 53,51,67,153 ...54,57,81,153 ....... 153 .....54,61,153 .......66,153 Luth, Judy ..... 58,65,72,79,80,133 153,47,58 153 Ott, Carol ............... 155 Owen, Tom ......... 67,98,132,155 Palmer, Sue .,... 51,55,61 ,62,72,132 155,50,48,49 Park, Beth .... 61,67,72,116,117,15-5' ' Payne, Terry . . 111,1,13,1 ' 55,77,9'8 " Peek, Troy . .. ........ . 6.j,77,,1j5g6 Phillips, Debbie ........ 54',66,156 ' Potter, Nancy ....... 61 ,69,72Q'156 Powlas,Janice . . . . , . 54,156,- Pozin,Monta. . . .... ' Mamie,Delores . .74,54,57,58,61,153 Marshall, Gregg 67,153 Martin,Joe ............... 153 Matney, Bettie ..... 54,48 ,49,74,1 53 Matney,Pame1a .... . . 54,55,57,153 Matz, Jerry ...... 1. ........ 153 McBride, Sara .... 48,49,61,62,64,65 72,79,80,133,136,153 McCall, Tom ........ 67 ,77,97,1 53 McClintic,Vicki. . .42,53,54,58,67,79 80,132,153 McCrary, Steve ............ 154 McDaniel, Toni .... 47,65 ,74,75,154 McGowen, Brenda .......... 154 McGowen,Michae1. . 1. . . . . . 154 McMillan, Dawn ........ 54,61 ,154 Mewrilrems, Charles . 52,67,77,99,154 Merrell, Robert ...... 42 ,56,81 ,1 54 Miller, Glenda ...... A. ..... 53,154 Miller, Linda. ....... . 53,154 Miller, Mike .... , . 52,68,72,77,98,154 Miller, Randy ...... '. L . 154 Moore, George, . . ,48,49,74,1,38Q139 g 1 ' ' 'J15-4 M'oore,Marcia . . .58,61,48,49,74,154 Morche, Dennis ............ 154 Morrison,'Dennis . . . 55,77,97,99,11O Precht,Michael . . Preston, Patty 1.5 ee: :.ee6ag77,1,563,,r . 54,65 ,156- Ross, John .... Ryder, Kenneth . Sargent. David . Saunde'rs,"11r Schuler, Donald . .. 157 . ...... 157 157 . . . 46,69,72,157 .. ........ 157 Seitz, Susan ............ 54,157 Shackelford, Pam . . . .48,52,50,69,79 80,157 Shepherd, Robert. . . ,... . 157 Shirley,Rebecca . . . . . 54,61,157 Shively, Karen .......... 54,157 Shutt, Douglas .......... 67,157 Smith, Becky ..... 62,65,67,69,79,80 157,53,61 Smith, Deborah . .......... 157 Smith, Donald ......... 44,57,157 Smith,Judy ..... 52,53,61,62,67,158 Smith Kristi ............ 58,158 Sniifli,-Norman . . . . . . 57,158 Snyder,"VeFi7il ....... .... 1 58 SpQQr,5Jac.1g.,.Q..g . . , . . . . . . . . . 158 srafforo,'155r1spi . 19811 .... 52,58,158 'sf1erriege'r:,rQyrr11rie. ,. . 61 ,65,79,8o,1 58 " 42,47,51,52,53,55 tStetnmetz, Scott ........... 158 -Stepaniak,-Lanita . 44,61 ,65 ,79,8O,158 is1eifrie3r,sie1ke 8. . .59,67,77,78,105 139,158,44,52 r,S.tevens,f!'om7 ....... 56,158 J'Stirling, Pamelairf. .132,116,117,138 Prroe,sarr re,, ..., . 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Stoke1S15e1?ryQrludy ........... 158 Stump, Virginia ...... 54,58,61,158 sturgeon, Dayna .....48,49,61,158 '54g1r5,6j:g'j,5.Su11ivan,Marilyn ........ . . . 158 . . . 15-6 Sutltdxri,-Tbdilria ..... ...... 1 58 . . . . ..i...l156-1 . . .:,-'..,.,. 67j5Q57,9'8 'd8? 1 56 . . 54,156 156 ......97,156 .48,49,61,69,156 ......42,156 66,157 157 . .126,133,157 ..,.54,6l,157 ........ 157 .44,52,61,79,80 ' 157 .... 52,58,157 ... 61,157 J'-3.5 Swafford, Howard ........44,138 T Sweaney, Linda ...... 54,58,74,158 Swisher, Glenn . . . .... 97,107,158 Szczygiel, Stanley. Tanner, Rick .... Taylor, Gary . . . Thode, Kaye . . Thoe1e,James . . . Tiner, Celesta . . Tipton,Janet . . Trout,Jody. . . TWibel1,Jack .. Urie, Nicki ..... Vail, Larry ..... 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