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

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You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and starsg you have a right to be here. 5 Be yourself, especially do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about loveg for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is as perennial as the grass. -1- vf .- X KI- riuxibtl . . Y, - 4 . vi -. ,t - ,.-,-, :",u.-.1'-' lk . YA,Q.w-, Y,,2c.:ii,.:1-. : fslrrk, 5 .r wm- r,gf'fw,sfif-QQ N . ..fvL'A.1 f-2 K-: kN,11 -iv F l , JV: J . . R , uf, tw? W "" - A' ' ' 1' Zvi-',If,fgQ5?", ' Ml- ' 5 " " .:1 . ,. .gv,,.xlA ,f -ywllgi ,, Q, - ' . . - .- t k ,.h: .1 , A 1. ' V l. , I, .klfuiw 5.5. Ng .5 vi xv- M .1 . -1- ' 'Hag'-" I '.'-1 W In I .ful 1 My ve pit,-,Q-,..i 'Mgt , ,,. .- .' 2252 51, ,si --14 .. - 11 :.h'Q,.-'.fv"11f"f-'I ' r,.,r "-uf' 1 2 , ?Q-, ni-bl jlf:vra.Jg'.v'-,I--ll '- r , X v- 1 . , , J -.4 4 , 1, on!! J' ,V -., ' L- ,'. s-1.- :-- .-..v .f,,, 1 .41 Y. vb f 716 YW .r 1 -1,6 g, ',.I--gh I-fw 9, 1 .. . . . .wx-M 4- A 1-,Vx -.fr Q-ug: . If-,',- .-su g --' 'W ,V5,',, -. xf '14 'Q T" X ,WNW-V ,f -. Y 4-,'f'Q'5! "-Y.-gf f' ,,w'a,.w 4--Q, l .uf -. 14:-, ?1.' "'.,,,5..q,.Q vP'A,.2 -'-ff. fi ,f-' -.,' . :fry-"r " Q -F-wx," 'E -Y ',. I' nrMJ.f!- J' 'n ..l'n1fQn." ,, .4 1 '1"'5'MA.. .1 'km' .Ynif 3 ,.x xg L: X, , 1 1-'H ,- . . . in the noisy confusion With all its sham, drudgery, of life keep peace with your soul. and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world." ,iff 'fr r 'N Of course there is sadness. How else would we know happiness? Of course there is tragedy. How else would we grow? With the deaths of Miss Elizabeth Ann Choplin and Stephen Lee Littlefield, we students grew a lot. We learned to accept death as a fact of life. We learned to find comfort in our memories. We remember Chopper's laugh, her vitali- ty, and her understanding. We remember Steve's friendli- ness, his cheerfulness, and his integrity. We live, we grow, we live. 'X 1 47 6 M, 4 la,..,y Being in the musical? " . . . At first Ifelt I couldn't do it . . . I thought I would let too many people down . . . but after we began rehearsing I looked forward to it. It's such a different . '39 world . . . It's always easier to portray a character if your two personalities coincide. Eliza became a part of me. I came to know her through books, the play, and other people. I' . wg R I Q 4' s.?F?f 5 When the musical was over I cried . . . All the nights after school, the people, the songs-gone. It was like saying good-bye to a friend . . ." Robin Mailberg Dances, drama, and assemblies bring relief to hectic school life their privileges . . F' The senior lounge? "Well, I'm on the committee and at first we had a real rigid plan, but it's relaxed a lot . . . I think that without rules the students feel more responsible and don't misuse A pass-fail system? "I have two sides on that. It would be bad because there would be no distinction between being number one in your class and just barely passing . . . It might encour- age true learning, though. A person could concentrate on the subjects he's interested in without worrying about his gades in other subjects dropping." Kim Haden . . . You ain't heard what I come for yet. Did you tell him I come in a taxi? . . . Pickering, shall we ask this baggage to sit down, or shall we throw her out of the window? . . . My aunt died of influenza so they said, but it's my belief they done the old woman in. I want a little kindness. I know I'm a common ignorant girl, you a book-learned gentlemang but I'm not dirt under your feet. What I done-what I did was not for the dresses and the taxis, l did it be- cause we were pleasant together and I come-came-to care for you My Fair Lady is the story ofa young girl from the London streets, transformed into a lady of high societyg not without some difficul- ties. At first Professor Higgins wouldn't hear of instructing her in the ways of a lady, but finally gave in as a dare from Col. Pickering. Liza Doolittle's first appearance was at the races, in Mrs. Higgins' private box. Liza's speech and manners were perfect until she got carreid away and shocked Mrs. Higgins' friends. Careful Word-work by Prof. Higgins and Col. Pickering apologized for her slip. Months of drilling followed until the night of the Ball, when Liza passed as a Hungarian princess. Despite some difficulties, Liza and Professor Higgins live happily ever after, ending the play. From the streets to society- transformation by Professor Henry Higgins Robin Mailburg ..... Ron Kent ......... Howard Dickenson . . . Nancy Allen ....... Janice Taylor ...... Steve Redmond ..... Garry Rickey ....... Roxanne Ward ...... Sheila Schrepfer .... Sheri Straub ...... Patty Bradford ..... Tony Lee ..... . . Ray Endsley ...... John Borusheski .... Debi Rohrbach ..... Marva Clark . . . . Tony Eaton . . . Bill Parsons . . . . Pat LeMaster. . . . Greg DeGrave . . . Thelma Rowe . . . Diana Page .... . Betty Johnson ..... Barbara Thompson . . Gwen Foster ,..... Mike Tice ..... . Connie Guy. . . . Gayla Haynes . . . Kenneth Hibbs . . . Dean Bryant . . . ni" CAST Eliza Doolittle Henry Higgins Colonel Pickering Mrs. Eynsford-Hill Clara Eynsford-Hill Freddy Eynsford-Hill Alfred P. Doolittle Mrs. Higgins Lady Boxington Elaine Boxington Queen of Transylvania Prince of Transylvania Zoltan Karpathy Ambassador Ambassador's Wife Mrs. Pearce Bartender Footman Parlormaid Butler Servant Servant Servant Servant Servant Charles Hoxton . Selsey . Jamie . Harry aw -ri my i . rf. .I ffl, 9 f,r -'Y ' tgif . V , Nl: .4,,, is ffigfi, 155: um-I ,.x. 4',,, H-. . Y' 5, A 5 A .Mi -A 'B "ri Street Buskers, Dancers, And Ensemble Debee Winters Gary Bray Pam Lincoln Sheri Straub Anita Billings Debi Rohrbach Ronda Crabaugh Mary Evans Kandy Archer Kim Haden Mike Murphy Alan Rowland Pam Sanders Vickie O'Neal Nancy Torrey Betty Johnson Diana Page Tony Lee Mike Tice Mitch Grandclair Wanda Kelsey Tony Eaton Greg DeGrave Eileen Stewart Sheila Schrepfer A Thurber Carnival employs large cast of THS students Determined to get Turner's first theatrical production out on October 17, the drama department had a lot of preparation to do. The fearless TAOTA members, fled by the intrepid Mrs. Chaissonj, sta- pled, tacked, painted, and yawned their way through the needed props. Finally their night had come. With a kiss for luck and a lot of crossed fin- gers, the curtain rose. Each half opened by a "Word Dance", dances from different eras with quips on people in modern soci- ety between. The height of the play was entitled "The Last Flower", After the Twelfth World War, there was no vegetation to be found on the face of the earth save one lone flower. Only two small chil- dren remained of the whole human race. They nursed the flowerg they loved it and it grew. They grew up and replenished the earth. Everyone was happy and there was love throughout the world. Sadly, along with love, there is always hate. Another war oc- curred and all that was left was a flow- er, a boy, and a girl. il "Fw Klzxaff :F , i -v WW rw' x' W . -L ,M 11. ws 'Am A :S s 4 --l5fjQ'fj,N-if? it J A 'J' " 5 9, -R - Q-we rw ., , . , at .. ,Q 4, 1 3, A , 2 2? M 4 Ax if Q? as 1' if f VA? I , X gy wi' . M '-D. :I " .T xl - x V. I '15, A : -' as '?Y :.,, ,vm 1 ,F fix ,-.- - W' ' N35 gli-fmtgff n" lf: ff My -1 M , Q' wy . P 14 i' bi. 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The most unusual production ever seen on the stage of Turner, it covered every aspect of American life, from fun to freak- outs. As the audience traveled through the country, the scenes were set by the Americana players: Ronda Cra- baugh, Chris Carter, John Borusheski, Robin Mailberg, Loren Griffin, Kim Haden, Sandy Lust, Garry Rickey, Paul Ulasien, Debi Rohrbach. There were musical numbers and dramatic segments. There was a revolution in a minstrel show in Alabama, a typical election campaign in Washington, a concert in Central Park, a convention in the Chicago sewer system, and a murder. A , T 'XB Onlyin America. . . zo , " I ,AM 'Q .', ,, ff' EM.. , 'igffg 1' elif? A smile and a presentation . . . thrilled the Homecoming audi- ence as Julie Weathers and Steve Cra- baugh began their reign as 1970-71 Homecoming Queen and King. J im Lynch presented Steve with a football autographed by the Kansas City Chiefs, while Kay Dennis, popular singer, gave the football boys an inspirational talk. The Pep Club showed their support not only by yelling at the game, but by decorating a Homecoming stand built by the metal fabrication shop for the Queen and her court, and by arranging to have balloons let go for a spectacu- lar beginning. These students and teachers helped plan and execute a smashing Homecoming. Captions, page 20: clockwise from left: Boinglg "Oh! That was my foot!"g Enjoying announcements'?g "Do you remember the candy sale? Ido-My kindgom for a Rolaids!" 9-I K- 153. 7455 1, -' 'L Efiywygifi f .. 'fl '-T A I .Q ,X X 'L 4.3 . I J - 4:1 ' W 5' f I Q W I LIE E '9 l a I! Q. v'y u Ib B li 'U 0 N - ..,. -. V, v,4,, EH-.-al , X' vY,- K T3 JI. -. , Q. Q. Qi ms' " -. 1-' f" '5'f'1WfAff"2' 1:"" rf -9 -" 1 R -N51 lan - .,-, 5 --S Nl. . . 1 1 N2 JJ- .. 'API ' H ,f ,- 1 V., 'ni "l xx . f"f5"' ' . A 'I 14: 4 . 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IH 6-5"f"J:ia.- ,V A BE AS mai Turnerite Royalty represents the many faces of man Turnerite Royalty clockwise from top left Prince and Princess of Activities B111 Edwards and Joyce Cathey Prince and Princess of Promise and Success Steve Burke and Blule Moats Prince and Princess of Achievement Dennis Wilson and Nancy Allen Prince and Princess of Talent Gary Rrckey and Lmda Lawhorn Royalty Court members left to right Diane Arnold B1ll Collins Jan Taylor Jim Stout Steve Briles Kathy Harding Ron Kent Stan Fitch' Royalty Court members Don Fitch and Deb DeCoster' Prince and Princess of Fun and Mischief Randy Murphy and Marsha Brooks' Prince and Princess of Athletics Mike Pettey and Kara McClellan' Prince and Princess of Charm Dennis Lobb and Jan Holtg Prince and Princess of Personality Andy Davis and Kim Haden. vii. 3 Qs lf, 1 l 3, .Jw ' YY ., -' 5'-'. 5 ' ' I f", . 'S ' ' 'g:X1,!w . . 1451:-Ll V v -" S .EXQQ r 1 ,a ihzgwi, 1 '. Nl: 4 . EJ - 7 : K ,, A Y dk' U -t flll V ' E 8 4. i 2' I -' l : l , -3 xml v' .., . Q n I - . al X J N ,A vang Clif? 5 af: +I. swf. , 45 Ei, ,,,1-pf wa- I ,7 5' 4, 4 o..:sm,,- 'C 7 J k"7?f1?Ei:Q n Q x 5' XX ?1,-. va What's the debate about? . . . Something about elephants tearing down Tarzan's hut I think . . . Yeah . . . To obey or not to obey, that is the question! . . . You think We'1l find the place this time? . . . I don't know . . . where's Cranberry Hill, Kansas? . . . Activities: Attend debate clinicsg partici- pate in contests in Kansas and Missouri. Sponsor: Mrs. Mary Chaisson. Captions, page 30, top to bottom: Vicky West practices from notecardsg Debaters, left to right: G. Rickey, K. Valentine, C. Carter, Mrs. Chaisson, sponsor, V. Westg not pictured: S. Burke, D. Schemin. Debate reappears at THS ...S-"T" 1' in Q L BI, WA -,L qv 5 0 I I ' f9vQ .5 r fi 1 . . Lv .F , gllv' .lf 'J Z, 4' Q, v .1 J I Q if fi' 'bw H an nl--1 ' M a W' su A W - +' t:?:1k.v,, A f J, -.9 bg, 50 ff , s f. fi-'ffgzg ,, 5 a -- ...-..-..-H-H : "' - - Q. -, A H.. .,-QQQA' V5 f r a -, :si- X .3-. ,Fb 'H . as .M- dui. A , ,, 'Q U if mx in T-Club wins again!!! The annual Faculty T-Club Basketball Game this year completely out-did any other in the history of THS. During the game, if the T-Club got too far ahead, they would pull a stunt like Steve Crabaugh jumping onto Mr. Johansen's back fpersonal fou1?? Me??j. Conversely, when the faculty got too far ahead, one of those sexy cheerleaders grabbed Mr. B0wman's leg fthatls a no-nolj. Faculty cheerleaders: Mrs. Chaisson, Mrs. Sinnett, Miss Locati, Miss Acker, Mrs. Carter, Miss Wesslemann, Miss Al- corn, and Mrs. Myers. T-Club cheerleaders: Steve Meier, David Szcygiel, Charlie Bailey, Joe Steinegar, and Danny Huff. i .af ,gl ,r ails ,mee ary' , f .wma ' 1 ifQ21a'?fssi1r.r,, fi .-',1sw- 'IQ' if-u p , lr' , , .m,,rr,..-1, , ii gulf' ' 1--,, W Q Ari X '44, 32 yr Nl J l rf .f-f, . .44 558. r Display '71 termed success Upon entering the gymnasium April 23, parents and stu- dents were greeted by the fact that kids at Turner really DO do something worthwhile. Exhibitions and demonstrations by the foods and cloth- ing departments presented the girls' new skills, while the boys showed their prowess in industrial arts. Art students displayed their paintings, sculptures, and crafts. The highlight of the evening was a fashion show, nar- rated by Mr. Don Bell, in which they exhibited the latest fashions and even a few original creations. Captions, clockwise from top left: Don Goodwin makes a sketch for interested onlookersg One of the student models in the fashion show displays an outfit of her own designg Les Keith and Cliff Crozier concentrate on their drilling techniqueg Mr. Don Bell watches as well narrates the fashion show. Diapers, mixed plaids, and big grins become standard apparel during Spirit Week Schedule of events: Monday, Students Day, with principal Gary Rickey, vice-principal John Borusheski, senior counselor Bill Col- lins, junior counselor Karen Etzen, and sophomore counselor Rox- anne Ward, Tuesday, Tiny Tots Day, Wednesday, Black and Gold Day and Pep Assembly, Thursday, Ball and Chain Day, Friday, Scramble Day and Mr. Legs Pageant. Captions, page 34, clockwise from right: Surrounded by all his toys, Ted Culberson looks contentedly out at the world on Tiny Tots Day, Nancy Torrey, dressed in her Scramble Day clothes, pre- pares to announce the winner of the Mr. Legs' contest, 'iNow, exact- ly why were you out roaming the halls?', queries Gary Rickey, prin- cipal, on Students Day, "These students seem to have fairly good grades . . ." remarks vice-principal John Borusheski. "Are you kid- ding?!" replies senior counselor Bill Collins. :gm i 1 xtl ra ,.,, will Wm' link, s,. emi fx , A Grads say good-bye There were smiling faces and tearful eyes Friday, May 14, as the graduating class of 1971 said their farewells in the annual senior assembly. As Mrs. Spitzer introduced each act, the seniors pointed out the highlights of their years at Turner. They satirized such familiar things as getting senior rings, the parking lot, and the dress code. Of course, as always, the high spot of the assembly was the reading of the will and prophecy. There were a lot of laughs and red faces as well as the usual amount of fun. The assembly ended with the entire senior class coming on stage to sing their farewell song. Captions, page 35, clockwise from top left: Dennis Wilson and friend prepare to read sophomore wills and prophecies, Dana Whis- ler predicts futures in the senior will and prophecyg The Class of '71 gathers on stage in the closing moments of the assemblyg Mrs. "Ernestine" Spitzer reminisces about her lost youth. Spring visits the junior-senior prom The annual junior-senior prom was held the evening of May first in the school gymnasium. The theme of the event was "A Touch of Springi' and the gym was decorated ac- cordingly. The Bobby Soule Revue provided music which was enjoyed by approximately one hundred seventy couples. The decoration committee, which numbered in excess of fifty juniors, did an excellent job. The committee was headed by Mrs. Betty McDonald and Mrs. Kathleen Elliott. Other supervising teachers were: Mr. Roy Kleindolph, invi- tationsg Mr. William Stratton, entertainmentg Miss Karen Acker, refreshmentsg Mr. William VanHecke, clean-up. The junior class sponsors are Mr. Bruce Bowman and Mr. Tom Captions, clockwise from the top! Couples hurried onto the , dance floor in anticipation of the first songg Keith Hatch and Kathy Snapp enjoy some punch while taking a break from dancingg Con- trasting dress lengths were evident at the promg Refreshments were - served to guests by underclassmeng The Bobby Soule Revue pro- i -..ef vided entertainment for couples in attendance at the prom. f The-r if Flynn. . , . r..- i..py .H . , , S mfg. :au -5- ive I 1 H85 WM 547' E ,, , 41' QL Wlmftf ' ' 43 o, ,.-A J .1 T , 5 2. I te' Ma' item! qv-P"""' 3 1 "I think it's about time for a change from the schedule because I don't in tradition ut Turner, und I think the think it is used to its full advantage. class ol' '73' can make the change. The All-school projects should be encour- more lenient dress code seems to let aged, such as an "Earth Week," to in- the girls be more comfortable ut volve the students in the ecology prob- school. Ilomcroom should be removed lem. Such at project would strengthen A. 4. Sophomores bring new ideas to THS ,,-, the Student Council and draw away some of the over-emphasis on sports." Sophomore Class Officers are: Cecil Wilson, Terri Harbour, Sherry Hale, and Chuck Ford, Chuck Ford "I think T.H.S. is a pretty good school. Like other schools, though, it has both good and bad qualities. There are a few things l would like to see changed. l feel that the class of '73' has great potential. There are a few ups and downs like all the rest of the classes but we have proven ourselves in the past and will continue to do so in the future." Sherry Kennedy Top block, left to right: Lori Adams, Larry Adcox, Jim Agnew, Darrell Aiman, Desi Allen, Gail Allen, Ken Allen, Ron Al- len, David Allison, Doug Ammerman, Larry Ammerman, Bill Anderson, Kandy Archer, Bill Arnold, Sharon Austin. Middle block, left to right: Brenda Bailes, Janet Bailey, Debbie Baker, Rusty Barnes, Melvin Barrier, Dennis Bartoski, Gary Bartoski, Lawrence Bayless, Melinda Beagle, Mike Beatty. Bottom block, left to right: Donna Bechelmayr, Barry Beckman, Nancy Bender, John Benton, Anita Billings, Bonnie Bischof, Larry Bittner, Diane Barlow, Carolyn Bart- mess, Patti Boan, Linda Boyer, Mike Brad- ley, Bruce Bresheer, Mitch Bretthorst. E . E Q fe" fain 5 9 4 - ' if Q f f .. Mm. I www , - ' 1 I 1 5 -' - ' 'K H. rr.-,, -'...x?1z '- M , ' . r ,van V N' ' ' rg: it I -,.. 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'r . .w,. , , . -Li 4455 . L- f7A' Y4. ff H ii-. .Cai F' - , '?' 7 fi if .:nf' 'Y P 'k , .av 'Wu 'x 46' xv, Y., 47-1 f lilm , 'lr .rIi! lil. Left block, left to right: Larry Cook, Mark Cook, Rhonda Cos- sey, Sandra Covington, Wayne Cox, Debbie Crafton, Bob Crawford, Valerie Crawford, Robert Crossland, John Crowder, Norman Cruse, Diane'Cunningham, Randy Czirr, Terry Czirr, Deb Davis, Allen Da- vidson, Ralph De Coudres, Greg DeGrave, Howard Dickinson, John Doner, Denise Doughty, Ron Douglas, Steve Dowdle, John Droves, Connie Dunkin, Susan DuVau1t, Tony Eden, Ron Edwards, Don Enloe, Richard Erickson, Sandra Eubanks, Mary Evans, Ron Fales, Bob Felix, Arnold Fenner, Lindy Fisher, Brenda Fitzgerald, Deb Fletcher, Sue Folsom, Sandy Fontenent, Chuck Ford, Deb Forrest, Terry Francis, Dennis Fiene. Right block, left to right: Jim Frost, David Fry, Beth Gaither, Bonnie Gale, Linda Gaskill, Mark Gauger, Tina Giger, Marsha Gieck, Deanna Grafe, Dan Graham, Mitch Grandclair, Tom Gray, Lanon Grimes, Terri Grimes, Rick Griffith, Tim Gutschenritter, Glen Hager, Darlene Hall, Rick Hall, Sherry Hale, Rodney Happer, Cindy Harbour, Terry Harbour, Rick Haresnap, David Harrison, Sandy Harrington, Kathy Harrison, Linda Harrity, Burt Hart, Juan- ita Hart, Carolyn Hartford. .,l- : TM' . "',' be I feel V' fh'iTHi' ,, g":5- :Eat V , A v vu -'fr , 5 .,-, , E 5,56 I an, gl: rw 'Tl' A "QI ro ,f'gl3' K "5 "Z' - L-W,NXr A M, s g Q .L'. - WN v XMI. 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U X I 7 V- ,' I-wr Y W t if JB V L 5 Left block, left to right: Mike Martin, Randy Martin, Gina Martindale, Linda Mas- ach, Diane Matney, Ken Matney, Marilyn May, Patty Maxey, Steve McGuire, Venita McLain, Cheryl McLallen, Loren McVeigh, Brady McWil.liam, Paul Meese, Sandy Meyer Ernie Miller, Larry Miller, Cindy Mills, Kathy Minteer, Larry Montoya, Kevin Moore, Nancy Moore, Stephen Moore, Ran- dy Morrison, Susan Moyer. Middle block, left to right: Tony Mich- ael, Debbie Miller, Jeff Payne, Jayne Payne, Terry Payne, Darrell Peak, Deb Peasley, Curt Moore, Diane Moore, Jeri Penniston, Steve Pennock, Francis Phillips, Terry Pitts, Don Ponder, Mindy Myer, Zoe Neal, Tony Pantoya, Harry Porter, Brad Potter, Christy Powell, David Precht. Bottom block, left to right: Deb Nelson, Bonnie Nichols, Larry Nicholson, Jerry Nidif- fer, Gary Nolan, Rick Norman, Roger Nor- ton, Carl Probst, Ed Pruitt, Dennis Pugh, Bill Rader, Bob Ramsey, Carmen Navarett, Es- ther Navarett, Nancy Odle, Lorri Olinger, Deb Oliver, James Owen, Sandra Orrison, Steve Redmond, Patti Reed, Gayle Reser, Henry Reygaert, Marvin Richards. Top right block, left to right: Paul Pack, Ernie Padilla, Dixie Parish, Mark Patton. -f' ll ..... 4- - f ,Jimi L .-,Q 'nn '::-- f V, 'f 5 's- U : - J " 4 . - - - ' .26-lf, V- f iii-ii Y , ,N 4- s::1w8fa3f:4Q., . J ' W iw H W rw 'S ., MWF I ilswissi 1 11, 'X' w ' "Vw k HH V' H - .. :HUF -, AV . 1 .Q 'Sw 5 ' is X g'w" if 555,155 Wy N . my 3 WW i sAi5'iSE....if, t x ' f x L 3" W 5 MQ' V' f P ' - 4 , E, Q 'Tw fm' 1 M. ,r 1 N ,cf ,, , Q I I r yr' N f ,Q 1 . :Q E 1. "if 5. ' A ,S 1 I I X flu V Y X. ' 1 5 fp -A K ' ,H .:. Q , 'ff' X I I-ft "H x I . aw 1, xy signin . 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F 31" , 'gf' - 'W K "141N1ULxM--,,w,0'ii N f qmmie'-Q,,v'x 1' 'SBE 'Qwwnp-whw:g,ww'ujS'wv X g W ' A V' HI" ff? H" E51 w-rr, 3, 'A ff,-V V ' if ' '- r X , ., X -1 N. i - 2 , .gn ,cl f- , .rx wi. -s fm",,W,.j?s-A . Qzffgux f Iii .- .,,. . AW ' A , ,ii L.. 'xx 1- my wx 4. A 1 ,, .3 , gf'-9' ,- Aa 'YQ if ' ' ' f ' 6 ii if.. 3' az , ,, ,. V . Q .F ' R A L fm, 't - , " Nw' '53 v . ,W J V-tip X px' .L QI, Y 5 '91 Ny 2- i wig it f 54-,fs M- ,QW ,K I fwui 1 W-.M Af 2 ,X ,- F .4 rl , . lr 1 Top block, left to right: David Richardson, David Riley, Donna Riley, Danny South, Mark Southern, David Sprague, Pat Rilley, Robert Rippergert, Irene Rittenhouse, Steve Staley, Sharon Staple- ton, Carl Stephens. Middle block, left to.right: Bryon Roark, Paul Robbins, Tony Roberts, Dale Stephens, Steve Stephens, Sherry Stephenson, David Sterner, Marvin Sterner, Dale Robertson, Robert Rogers, Stephen Rupert, Joyce Stewart, Mary Stinnett, Claudia Steele, Melissa Steinegar, Denise Stone. 'arg aw my at 1-1 , 5 M Bottom block, left to right: Alan Row- land, Connie Russell, Rod Rusk, David Sams, Gary Sanders, Sheryl Schoenbuger, --' Sheila Schrepfer, Sheri Straub, David Stroud, Lester Sullins, Bonnie Summers, Karen Sweaney, Donald Schwemin, Karen Scott, Gary Seifert, Mike Sharp, Lori Shutt, Linda Simkins, Darrell Slater, Ed Tavener, 2'-iii-Q -trf -, Barb Thomas Richard Todd Buddy Tom- linson Sharlene Torrence Julie Trent Mar- , V Smith Maylane Smith Pam Smith Ronnie " - Y A I- Smith David Soobey Jean Trumbo Barb 'Wir , 1 Tucker Cindy Tumlin Barb Twibil Kurt gs...- ,,,,, , ' A ' r Valentine. 5 J s K S f " f'2-gg'- la Trimble, Carol Smith, Mark Smith, Mark K Tr , , , I 6 in It l s 1 Q P JC' y " s s 1 W ,-4 I f.--3 fe ,pr E ,. 'X 4 , 'S mr., f' tr.,, :-:" l I Q Top block, left to right: Robert Viner, Kathy VanDeVelde, Marsha VanPelt, Nan- cy Wagner, Pam Walker, David Wallace, Laura Wallace, Barb Walls, Janice Walls, Paula Walsh, Rick Walters, Roxanne Ward, Vicky Ward, Melissa Warriner, Robin Webb Rod Webb, Beatrice Weaver, Vicky West, Robbie Whiles, Ken White, Marcella White, Sandy White, Billie Whitney, Vic Whit- worth, Lisa Wicinski. Bottom block, left to right: Rick Wied- ner, David Willard, Pat Williams, Patti Wil- liams, Cecil Wilson, Dean Wilson, Jackie Wil- son, Richard Wilson, Jeanne Winslow, Terry Woods, Jerry Woodward, Sandy Wright, Bob Wymore, Roy Zurn. ,105 5 'AZ 9 V 5 ,, . '-fi? - fi' - . , ,, t '-r , , 'af D h ,. , - 4 .1 . ,'-- ' -J -43 ur if ,lr 715 A .,,, '1 , ii ,Q N Q 5 B ' ff ' il Q - ,R-sf, s 1- ke- -, V. L' ,. . , 1 lx- I k I ' l 'V' xiii:-' 'L ij . 14 1 V 'Q C .2 - E Q-'W . - 2, li J -9 45 31 , A v Q . ' 1 , fvffs. - 6' 71177 I, rm x .,.. ' i.. f xl lv.. - Y fe -lui v 1 59' ' I , Q A - ' x .--if ,,,.,.. V . r it 1' il 1-' ' s 1 Y. W .1 ., gi Sw, -. un-'W' a Pt ' V1 ,. 1, 'V 1 1' 'xv .f xl ' 'R lg Q 'iifff xx! gg- - .- 1' ,,, 'L ' 1 - 1 f' A il Q ' ' ' " r B' - B' ' -L Ji' vw -, , -,.. ' . 1. ,' ,,1,. 1 -- - , 7i1,"1,3,f" i ks, f g -,.: . Y ' ,V ' "l, 2. ' JL: - i.,'-Q 1 . ,X ' Xi' l r ' ' IL: 'rw r ? , : L J- b i, f 3 .S J. im J '5 rp - 4.4. f -- x 447- , 4- '2 , N if is X 1 W 1 , 5, V, 4 1 I ,, I gl' t -f W 'W u-img. K -. H ,Z YJ, t . , HF-rf, '-ds 2 fl f Q fl: Ny , , J ill? :N I ws, l N ,- Q Yi 1 5 llf 4 'iw ""' X'.7 , 1 A fq? fl. an g R29 Q' 'XJ 'kfcx I I if 1' i ki .991 'um 2:- i X ' 4 ' Q 'Y t.. Q -:vf l ' v oh 52 J lil. .., ,fa e"'f ' "We need to have a wide range of offerings for each individual and his interests. We want to challenge all students with classes which are mean- f 4 L 1 ll ingful, and in tune with the times. Our staff must be made up of dedicated teachers who CARE about their stu- dents. Above all, we must be sure that . .- 55 l tr i fxf " E' x, ' xi gl: gg if f t 5 ff ' 5 .l:. a" l l , 5 v":' f if if . : 1 7 . . i if sf 3+ gl .-.1 1: . it il l..- l ' Q Q Faculty and Student Council join forces l l each student develops a salable skill by the time he leaves high school." Robert A. Wilkins "The student government at Turner needs to attain more support and rec- ognition from the administration and students themselves in order to oper- ate more effectively." A student court? . . . "A student court would work fairly well if the l presiding judges were responsible stu- dents because kids are usually harder on other students than the faculty would be." Stan Fitch ss SCHOOL BOARD Top left block: Superintendent Wallace Smith. Middle block, left to right: 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, Mr. Wallace Smith. Bottom left block: Assistant Superintendent Carl Hendon. ADMINISTRATION Top right block: Mr. Robert Wilkins, Turner High School princi- pal. Bottom middle block: Mr. Robert Wilkins. Bottom right block: Mr. E. Horton Bolin, Turner High School vice-principal. ri.-by fee I , , C, 41" 1, ,H X 45:1 .7 , N M X I , A ,t 1'Iv...T,. 1 1 ' w i '1 raglan..- . --a.-,1 . What are you doing? . . I'm going to the rest room . . Do you realize this is lunch hour? . . . Yes, sir . . Do you know you're not to be in this hall on your lunch hour? . . . Yes, sir . . Well, go downstairs then . . . But, sir . . . the rest rooms down there are locked . . . Oh... ,..H: W J 1 3' 5 . ggi . ft:-: W L '1 r J., J' ,H- ii .WN 1-ii I A X ,--mm in-:rd W N Stu-Co endorses new dress code fl rv-. Nw? ,fm W - was W N,, wgggem -' , wwe '- ,N sdfgiisi 5352355 if , 3 A if W U I 1 1-3, 1 ' ' f ' x' "1 ,,5' I 4. 94" Urn A 9: iles.. SOPHOMORE MEMBERS John Crowder, Chuck Ford, Terri Harbour, Jean Hinds, Nancy Kelley, Sherry Kennedy, Karen Little, Frank Marrone, Claudia Steele, Roxanne Ward, Cecil Wilson. JUNIOR MEMBERS Steve Allison, Connie DeCoster, Karen Etzen, Charlotte Gann, Jan Hart, Becky Hilton, Dan Huff, Dean Lakten, Larry Mason, Steve Meier, Steve Shirley, Janie Smith, Theresa Smith. SENIOR MEMBERS Nancy Allen, Jim Barclay, Diane Bishop, Marsha Brooks, Joyce Cathey, Les Dobbins, Bill Edwards, Jan Holt, Janet Miller, Billie Moats, Randy Murphy, Diane Page, Audrey Pitts, J an Pitts, Becky Stirling, Dennis Wilson. lr 1 pn. '-'ln CLD i 1.3 iff 1 ZR rid' 3 5 STU-CO OFFICERS President: Stan Fitch E Vice-President: Nancy Torrey 5 , ' Secretary: Jan Taylor Treasurer: Vickie O'Neal A , Election Commissioner: Don Fitch ' 4 Parliamentarian: Steve Briles ' - SPONSORS . Q, If . . l . ' Mr. R. Courtney Worley and Mr. Kenneth Syrrng. -55 .lr 2 i. 'ive or fri' . Y .,.- MN '-' ww- 'RQ ' S N551 ,IL , M mcg S +-A U 'K 1 I f! .. sf? 'W' vw' -9 ., 3 E ig' ,N X 1 S W 1 "' W "The French are fond of quoting, 'Si ce n' est pas clair, ce n'est pas francais-If it isn't clear, it isnlt French." Indeed, the built-in clarity, precision and beauty of the French language make of it a proper study, and a joy to teach. Dealing as it does with the greatest thing in the universe, the human mind, teaching is the occu- pation 'par exceller1ce'." Miss Margaret Leatherberry in see Je suis, tu es, il est . . . Repetez, classe . . Have you got the right mouth position? . . No . . . I'm trying. . . I don't see the difference between an "es" and an "ais" . . . You think this is bad . . . wait till We get to "u" and "ou" . . . FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Far left block: Mr. James Heath, Spanish II, III, 85 IV. Bottom left block: Miss Harriet Dunn, Spanish I SL II. Outlined block: Miss Margaret Leatherberry, French II, III, 8a IV, Latin I. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Bottom right block, Top to bottom: Mrs. Mary Chaisson, Debate Speech, Drama, Stagecraftg Miss Regina Locati, English. -'fm' im , I ,FM X Q . 1, 34 , ' li 'nr Ha G . 3 11? f , 9. . QM : Q ,Qs l..l .I . "1' l ar' n .I l o",' .lp '.- , Xl xi -"D .1 4, .l if A- 1 r v 531. Wi , A: 31.5 V - J.. .. ,- 5 Si All right, pass your papers forward . . . What paper? . . . The analysis of that story . . . Oh, that . . . what if our hidden meaning's wrong? . . . Hand it in anyway . . . What does she want it for? . . She wants to look them over . . . Even if our hidden meaning doesn't match hers? . . . Yeah . . . maybe she could use a good laugh . . . "I think it's more necessary that young people are able to read and spell than to interpret correctly all the symbolism in . . . say, LORD OF THE FLIES. To me, awareness comes through reading and leads to a better under- standing and love of mankind. Visual perception is also an impor- tant element. It seems that people are in too much of a hurry to really LOOK at things. Work with collages can better a person's perceptive abili- ties . . . make him more aware." Mrs. Mary Spitzer 2' ga p-,mu is Qs H H E B w Y ,, W, -E w ' '51 E: ,w m in , X, ,, W.. .. Ml 1 'w 'wav' S 'HF' df: "f!'?m.,k, 23 M 1,5431 .,' -W F U' in fa' lg, 45632 5-E sk iw' 2' 2 The electoral college consists of . . . Electoral college? . . . Is that a college you elect to go to? . No, I think it's a bunch of politicians . . SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Top left block, top to bottom: Mr. William Kirkman, Sociology, American Government, Secondary Mathg Mr. Tom Flynn, American History. Top right block: Mr. William Stratton, American History. Bottom block, left to right: Mr. Stephen Earle, World History, Economics, World Geographyg Mr. Charles Minor, American Govern- ment, Psychology. 6 2 JF' Q 1 - - . . ff - . 'F P' ,f ,J ' p L 1 5. r ,N ' ji ,Y Q.'- 'lg S ' -Y 1"f 1 x'E L33 va' Mak. --Q-' 1 93 , Wa ' s U 1 lv SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Top right block, top to bottom: Mr. Gale Jones, Sociology, American Governmentg Mr. Kenneth Syring, American History, Sociology, American Government. Bottom block, left to right: Mr. R'Leigh Bell, Driver's Educationg Mr. Gerald Shoe- maker, Driver's Education. Outlined block: Mr. R. Courtney Wor- ley, American History, American Govern- ment, Reading 8a Research in American l-lis- tory. 1 o can 5 Uh, could We slow down? . . Just alittle? . . Turn left here . . . I meant the next corner . . . Yes, I have a brake . . . Uh, could you slow it down? -u w: 2. si K V v ni? 1 E E :iv A S H ii if i xg ' A 1 wma: www W wmv 3-svf4""""" as L ,Q . , 2 . I Y 1 4 , ,,, 1'w.s-'?"-if '. if fl-Tlqweq A -gi." ., ' -if lflwfi "Biology today takes on a new meaning. Man needs to understand the complex scientific and sociological environment in which he lives. Ob- viously the older NATURALISTIC ap- proach to biology must be changed to deal with the present day problems of pollution, conservation and behavior patterns which challenge man's very survival." Mr. Arnold Voth SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Left block, top to bottom: Mr. Bruce Bowman, Chemistryg Mrs. Judith Roberts, Biology I. Top right block, left to right, top to bottom: Mr. Frank True, Biology Ig Mr. Lloyd Fugate, Biology I Sr Ilg Mr. Burley Martin, Physics, Algebra I. Outlined block: Mr. Arnold Voth, Biology I. Today we're studying electrolysis . . . What's that? . . . I don't know . . . probably something about being electrocuted . . . Look at that blue stuff . . . Copper sulfate? . . . I didn't know copper was blue . . . I guess it comes in all different colors . . . Do you think there's pink gold or green zinc? . . . Maybe . . . science knows no bounds . . "I believe that mathematics is a way of expressing logical thinking. It provides a very good tool for man to organize his thoughts and effectively use data? The future? . . . "It,s hard for me to conceive of man- kind without mathematics in the future." Mr. Hubert Waugh -195.21 lP"""T' Three minutes left, class . . . You'd think she'd have a little mercy . . . What sentence are you on? . . Sentence? . . . I'm still on the heading . . . Are there any questions? . . . Go ahead, ask him . . . I donit want to . . . It's too embarrassing . . Oh, go ahead . . . everyone else wants to know . . . ask him . . . Yes . . . What was your question? . . Well, I don't know where to start . . . Could you rework the whole thing? . . . COMMERCE DEPARTMENT Top block, left to right: Miss Patricia Winter, Shorthand I 84 llg Mrs. Deanna Schaaf, Typing I 8L II, Mr. John Hamilton, Bookkeep- ing, Business Law. Bottom right block, right: Miss Nancy Marshall, Office Practice Typing II, Special Office Machinery. MATH DEPARTMENT Bottom right block, left, top to bottom: Mr. David McDonald, Business Math, Geometry, Secondary Mathg Miss Shirley Coffin, Geometry, Algebra II. Outlined block: Mr. Hubert Waugh, Algebra II, Modern Intro- ductory Analysis, Calculus. Q-w 9 'Z Okay, girls. Get to work . . . Do you think this stuff will turn out like the cake? . . . No . . . we'll watch the time on this one . . . I still say it was the orange slices . . . Can I help it if quartered oranges don't make a very good cake? . . . Oh, the cake wasn't bad . . . just kinda lumpy . ,RG ' ng HW gs M 4" - 'win '91-t .afggftf if ' " wat iwI'hs:EY5Fsf:, lelff .N gun ,. .., ..,, mn-iw m 'Huw NAM... 14 Q, A dig'- A 11-f 1 fiifa. Jq! s5'5'aSL f 312, QA ti? sn A' 1 4:5 '1 INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Top block, left to right: Mr. Burr Miller, Pre-Vocational Printing I, Vocational Printing II, Mr. Jack Shannon, Machine Shop, Metal Fabrication, Mr. Jack Mitchell, Woodworking I Sc II, Miss Susan Gros, Distributive Education, AVTS. Bottom left block, top to bottom: Mr. Raymond Barnett, Draft- ing I, Architectural Drawing, Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Don Bell, Power Mechanics I Sc II. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Bottom right block, left to right, top to bottom: Miss Rosemary Grosdidier, Home Living, Clothing II, Miss Karen Acker, Foods I 8L II, Mrs. Betty McDonald, Clothing I. XT' ,- ww , .if ,mf FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT Top left block, left to right, top to bottom: Mr. Alan Lazarus, Band, Pep Band, Ensemble, Mr. Paul Klaassen, Boys and Girls Cho- rus, Choirg Mrs. Paula Hoover, Art I. Bottom left block: Miss Elizabeth Choplin, Yearbook Produc- tion, Art I, II, III, 62 IV. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Top right block: Mr. Joe Baker, Athletic Director. Bottom right block, left to right: Mr. Roy Johansen, Boys Physi- cal Education, International Relationsg Mrs. Marion Sinnett, Health and Safety, Girls Physical Education. Okay do we all have our parts? What am I supposed to be s1ng1ng'7 The alto Which one'7 Second I thought it was second soprano Do you think he d notice if I Just mouthed the words'7 One! Two! Three! Four! One ! Two! Three! Four! I can't keep this up much longer . . . Are you tired? . . . Yeah . . . Well, you have to keep going or you'll blow your grade . . . Grade? . . . Yeah...ingym... Gym? . . . I'm talking about staying out till l A.M. every night . . . What's your problem? . . Well, I . . . You're in trouble with your teachers? No... You want to know your class standing No . . . You have a family problem? . . No . . . You had a fight with your boyfriend? No . . . Your best friend? . . . No . . . Igive up . . . what do you need? . . . Well, I Wanted to be transferred out of study hall to be a lab assistant . . . Oh . . . COUNSELORS Top block: Miss Mildred Cunningham, senior counselor Bottom block, left to right: Miss Nancy Oyler, sophomore coun selorg Mr. Roy Kleindolph, junior counselor. , P . ,gig f- ..,,f Y' XV A741 u NN ,,c, ,, Ex sm eie , What's the matter? . . Ifeel sick . . . Where? . . . I have a headache and an upset stomach . . . Do you have a test this hour? . . . No . . . Would you like to lie down awhile or go home? . . . I'l1 lie down . . . Where are you going? . . To the rest room . . . No, no. Use this pan. . . Ma'am, I have to go to the bathroom . . . Oh . . . Well, Wait till I find someone to go with you . . . NURSE AND LIBRARIANS Top left block: Mrs. Pauline Creek, school nurse. Bottom left block: Miss Keitha Peterson, librarian. Bottom right block: Mrs. Arlene Levin, librarian. I'd like to check this book out . . . Fine . . . write your name and homeroom number on the card . . . Thank you . . . Are you trying to leave? . . Yes, Fm through . . . It doesn't say "return" on your pass . . . That means I have to stay ? . . . Yes . . . I wonder if they'1l write a ransom note . . . 'WWWM Gi 5-, or if m iii - .qi , ,fs ,I 1 . 1 ,Q I 1 V F OFFICE HELP Left block, top to bottom: Mrs. Eileen Taylor, Mrs. Iona Carmic- hael. Middle block, top to bottom: Mrs. Vivian Lewmang Mrs. Rosie Thomasg Mrs. Mary Lou Pulliam. TURNER HIGH SCHOOL COOKS Margaret Lohrey, Louise Riener, Rose Lust, Jean Yonts, Chessie Evans, Jerry Normile, Margaret Trobridge, Maureen Neumer, Ger- trude Miller, Mary Hanson. TURNER HIGH SCHOOL CUSTODIANS William Allison, Charles Dewey, William Bendt, Robert Hess, Wil- liam Huggins, Jess Johnson, Robert North, Albert Wilcox. v f-HU. 5 l .,, .J ,ff , Mr ba, , L ' ' " "E if S' - , 55 wi,,....J- ..- J ,. . . ' 1 .A . 6 K " pw'-'45 s .V+-F""f' Q , 'W g, I . qv 3' Yes, may I help you? . . . Yes, Pd like . . . Where's your pass? . . . Pass? . . . If you don't have a pass go back to class and get one . . . But... You have no business in here without a pass . . But, ma'am . . . I don't go here . . . Ijust came up to bring my sister her lunch . . . What's for lunch? . . . Oh, I don't know . . .uh . .. '4Moon Crater with Surface Sauce Potatoes Lem Mineral Samples Sunshine Through Time Machine Milk" Oh... .. I Fa f'ff,5ggllm' uf' lr M 'iE '1i'35"' ,X QM 4 lx l'3"5'talQ Q., u Q fx I . l Nav! .1 ' U QQ 'dr ,,.,.':, ? -' . K, ' hm .. In -.I D ii I S'Love? . . . l believe in love. I think most teenagers are mature enough to handle love in high school. There are a few who aren't but then , . . there are always a few. "Fir, 3 Teachers at Turner? . . . They're OK. They try but they don't always get their point across. I think they should put out a little more effort. The new dress code is a great thing for 3 7 Turner and I think it's been handled well. Since the change, I haven't seen too many who don't use good judge- ment. I really like it." Joe Steineger Enthusiastic juniors display spirit, spunk, and sportsmanship more for their class. and Dick Leeper. "The junior class has cool spirit. At Turner one class alone has better spirit than all three combined. Like when the girls yell in different classes, they aren't yelling for their school, but STUCO? . . . I think the students at Turner aren't fair about the Student Council. It needs more support from the school. Kids should have more re- spect for their teachers. It makes the teachers care more." Larry Mason Junior Class Officers are Connie De- Coster, Theresa Smith, Larry Mason, Q.- X M , ' , . fi f , -. -- ,, ... K. A Lx A Q A 4 . . . '1 - -1, 'hw N- 1, Hn, X F- ,..-, Y ., , , .Q Fw .,N,.M ,. Q . ' " 'f'K.-E5:f- . ' , ' .A-. .f--" ' TN. 'T ii ' ff' 1, ' W. 1 A fi 11 f :- . 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Lower block, left to right: Debbie Easton, David Eastwood, Sharon Eastwood, Craig Eaton, Patti Eick- hoff, Linda Enfield, Judy Erickson, Karen Etzen, Jeff Fangrow, Marcia Farnham, Daniel Fenton, Ralph For- rest, Dennis Foster, Gwen Foster, Janet Fox, Teresa Frownfelter, Linda Fuller, Jim Gaignat, Charlotte Gann, Peggy Gardner, Dan Garmoe, Robert Garmoe, Ann Garner, John Garner, Mark Generaux, Randy Gieck, Becky Giger, Bonnie Gill, Cindy Gladieux, Debbie Good, Jack Grafe, Pat Graham, Rose Gray, Denise Green, Vicki Greenwood. Top middle block, left to right: Debbie Gulley, Vickie Gumbel, Susan Gunnells, Christy Guy, Connie Guy, Shauna Haden, Roy Hahner, Joy Halbach. Lower middle block, left to right: Steve Hall, Karen Hammer, David Hampton, Linda Harris, Jan Hart, Randy Hartford, Craig Hatch, Sherry Hayes, Gayla Haynes, David Heidrich, Jeff Heinbach, Debbie Hellebuyck, Joe Hensley, Mark Hewitt, Dennis Hill- house, Becky Hilton, Steve Hoit, Diane Holenbeck, Ed Hook, Selinda Horst. Upper right block, left to right: Charles Howell, Lea Hoggatt, Vicky Hundley, Dan Huff, Gary Hurst, Cindy Huskey, Denise Jaimes, J an Johnson, Dennis Johnson, Joni Johnson, Ralph Johnson, Roger Jones. 15 R f' Fa in ,yfls ... V i , W t it in w W in ' sf , 1 Upper left block, left to right: Rita J us- tice, Dale Kaiser, Les Keith, Pat Kendall, Randy Killingsworth, Leah Kendred, Dwight King, Bob Kirch. Lower left blockgleft to right: Carroll Knapp, John Knight, David Kozikowski, Robert Kreeger, David Kring, Vicki LaBelle, Sally LaForge, Bob Laddish, Bob Ladesic, Dean Lakten, Mike Lamb, David Lawhorn, James Lease, Debbie Lebow, Marvel Lee, Dick Leeper, Connie Leddington, Linda Les- ter, Lesa Letts, Joyce Lewis. Upper right block, left to right: Pam Lin- coln, Gary Linder, Rick Link, Rita Little, Kandy Long, Jerry Logan, Bill Lowe, Linda Luce, Barney Luth, Diane Madison, Julie Mahoney, Kathy Mahar, Robin Mailberg, Frank Mamie. Lower right block, left to right: Debra Manthe, Rick Marah, Carl Markus, Sam Mar- rone, Bill Martin, Patsy Martin, Vicki Mar- vin, Larry Mason, Gary Matney, Rick Manis, Bill Manners, Mike May, Steve Meier, Jim McBrien, Terry McFarland, Monte McGreg- or, Dave McVeigh, Pat Milam, Ron Miller, Nancy Millhouse, Lorna Moore, Paula Moore, George Mortell, Sheryl Moyer, Rick Murphy, Paul Musil. Far right block, top to bottom: Rick Mc- Clintic, Bob Monteil. J" in ,Q fi, EQ ,sr H s Q il lf" 5 -vq'T"f ,vw .9? , 5 1 , me n, , r., 4 v sf , " - Y it 'fl' ea, X If 'ik w rr "E iam r 'rf , g ,rx X X 4, x. i r X 'aiu ,,, 'XL' V A... ------' - lb, .zz , -"LW - J - f .Ik rm, Zn , ei R M if , r Q 'fl- - E gg' ,, ,X N, i - 1 , ., ,i , if ,. ,. .. . , , " ,, " J":'iiWf1.2' "i -UW . 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Mr. A. , Q Richard Quijas, Shirley Radford, Linda Rank, Dennis Rank, Danny in 1 -, Aa' w ' kv Rasdall, Charles Reeves, Mike Richard. 1 1 Q " 'N' Q 'I " ' ' Top left block, left to right: Chris Rieger, Dale Roberts, Pam " ' Roberts, Debbie Rogers, Cecilia Romines, Mark Rosenau, Janice Ross, Jan Ross, Danny Rowe. f ' ' . ,- H, Top right block, left to right: Thelma Rowe, Pam Rupard, David 'V V A 1 f Rush, Pam Russell, Bill Sandburg, Lea Ann Schneider, Dennis Scho- L' fu ' 4, ,hy Q V ' enberger, Mark Schroeppel, David Scott, Dennis Scott, Herb Scott, FQ ' 0 A ' Bonita Shirk, Kevin Shirley, Steve Shirley, Kathie Shively, Jerry ' 1' -3. ' 7 F 59' . V Shoemaker, Don Siebert, Robbie Sills, Les Simmons, Brenda Sims, xi . "ff , 'iii Gary Skaggs. 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X . l, , ll x, E, wr, :.,,, ,, 'Eem'l, -Q H ,,,,,..,a, ,l as f ,lo we 1 ffl .. lv ' Len H fu' .. '- rf: , ,,... la. ' ff Top left: Eddie States, Joe Steineger, Nan- cy Stevens, Eileen Stewart, Jay Strange, Bon- nie Stueber, David Szczygiel, Belinda Taylor, Jim Tarwater, Wayne Taulbert, Larry Thoele, Chuck Thomas. Bottom left: John Thomas, Barb Thomp- son, Jackie Trawick, Nelda Turk, Roberta Turner, Walter Turner, Eddie Turney, Bill Ty- son, Larry Wadel, Lois Walker, Tina Walker, Ruth Walters,Roberta Wamsher, Kim Warfel, Sheila Warner, Gladys Watt, Mike Weaver, Debbie Weddle, Laura Wheeler, Linda White, Nancy White, Theresa White, Loretta Wil- banks, Lindsay Wilkins. Top right: Dave Williams, Pam Williams, Sherry Williams, Susie Williams, David Will- mon, Gary Wilson, Rita Wilson, Tanya Wilson Gary Winegar, Debbie Winters, Connie Wilson Walter Wittkopp, Joe Wright, Jo Ann Wyrick, Judy Vallis. Bottom right: Mona Vitatoe, Cleona Voiles, Deb Yonts, Rudy York, Sandy Zarago za. Z 3 G X if li 1 J! ill z Kg 1 ,Wm 4F1- --fe"v' 2 .- gf Y V self K , , H 1,'7-.: , . if Vi. ,M . Sl t 1 Qt., J- -7 r .. :- ai ,. if ta i -L ' . -1- 14 V I . Pg N 5' . XJ -QA ! I -T ..,, if " :Q f Girl la' ,lr 'V M f"" Q -" Lf fr'-,Z f.' -e -a 13, rdf 1 1, we 1 A- rf? if ' fefllr cf-..f1n": M- I 3 r f f' 1 , .., V- .. "1 U: is -.I .,- 1 Why have clubs? "1 feel that clubs for joining a club. lt's an individualis promote school spirit. They draw stu- tic type of thingg youlre 1n a group dents into the stream of school life, of people but you're still alone giving them a chance to know their Clubs give an opportunity for self classmates better and to understand betterment through helping others others. Everyone has his own reason Most people think too much about i ar' J' Y ,. if Band masters various music styles Activities: Winter Concert, Spring Concert, State Music Festival. Captions, clockwise from the left: Band officers are Bill Collins, president, Linda Lawhorn, vice-president, Joni Johnson, secretary, Glen Spence, treasurer, Vicki Greenwood, uniform chairman, Band members, first row, left to right: L. Lawhorn, M. Bell, J. Johnson, E. May, D. Chamberlain, C. Powell, A. Billings, D. Davis, T. Hincha, D. Bryant, P. Reed, second row: J. Southern, L. Magee, C. Ray, K. Barlow, P. Conner, R. Turner, T. Peniston, V. Greenwood, C. Mc- Lallen, W. Kelsey, M. Evans, D. Mansell, D. Sooby, third row: K. Archer, C. Hartford, G. Skaggs, D. Bowdre, G. Myer, G. Matney, C. Carter, J. Peniston, J. Smith, K, Matney, J. Diehl, S. Christine, fourth row: V. Crawford, D. Jones, J. Helm, C. Hilton, B. Collins, G. Winegar, S. Worthington, G. Spence, A. Rowland, D. Lawhorn, C. Ford, R. Leeper, J. Steineger, R. Jones, J. Strange, T. Eaton, M. Crowley, J. Hensley, fifth row: B. Dressler, W. Buskirk, D. Michael, J. Heimbach, J. Thompson, D. Precht, S. Moore, K. Moore, L. Cook, K. Carr, R. Ripperger, A. Johnson, M. Grandclair, sixth row: Mr. Lazarus, R. Garmoe, C. Knapp, D. Kiff, K. Leeper, not pictured: B. Johnson, J. Craig, S. White, P. Ulasien, D. Rank, J. Borusheski, M. Murphy, Individual effort is an important part of a good band, Band members work diligently while preparing for a concert. fc' K 1 Lxff 'Q-:gm JZ? 3 ' .4 i v I gs xxx -I W- .h LL-- 'funk 14, - -- Q J gf- I -, f., 4, M- Q' , """ ,VJ ,, : . L -NK R 5 r S... ,, x ' ' . '.., ,-1 1 Q :7 .jkp-1: ani: Q qw", ., 05175 A ,525 gi' J 'v 1 .-' "M-?f'fi .- .Q 'X' 1 5-,Q . 25 Q15 :J 'fi ,ia Yffkif' E552 -f-,,,, f., Marching Band adds to half time activities Activities: Entertaining at home football gamesg Kansas City, Kansas Festival of Progress Parade, American Royal Parade, Wichita State University Band Meet. Captions, clockwise from the left: Drum Major, Paul Ulasien, leads the band onto the Heldg Chief 's player, Jim Lynch, presents an autographed football to Steve Crabaugh as twirlers Kandy Archer, Pam Archer, Debbie Johnson, and Mary Evans look ong Trumpets blare out as half time begins. mf fi f L ,E -4... 4- 'iffl wifi cg!" m Me... hw invgu? lsaire 4.wm -V, g 1: it ri? W A T. lv: 1' U qi A W' , , u . .:..,E..,. 5 mai N l f il es 'l X -, , if ...- I K, ,Vw , . A. -rw' G -QQ!! - 'U afbhfifag Choir combines hard work and fun Activities: Winter Concert, Spring Concert, assemblies, State Mu sic Festival. Captions, clockwise from the left: Choir members, first row, left to right: R. Wilson, R. Mailberg, T. Higgins, B. Thompson, A. Roberts, D. Jaimes, R. Little, S. DeBaung second row: M. Clark, E. Armstrong, T. Rowe, G. Haynes, C. Guy, P. Russell, M. Askren, J. Halbach, P. Lincoln, R. Doughty, third row: D. Winters, D. Bryant, L. Adcox, G. Bray, G. Rickey, J. Diehl, R. Callahan, N. Allen, not pictured: J. Baker, G. Foster, B. Johnson, M. Nave, D. Page, M. Tice, R. Kent, It's not always fun, there's a lot of serious work too! Sally DeBaun concentrates on obtaining perfection, How many times are we going to sing L'Lamb of God"?g What are those little black dots on the page for? ga 100 Captions, page 100, clockwise from the top: Choir members re- lax after an hour of rehearsal, Jay Baker hits a low note, Chorale members, first row, left to right: T, Higgins, D. Bryant, J. Diehl, A. Roberts, second row: M. Clark, R. Mailberg, K. Hibbs, G. Bray, B. Johnson, S. DeBaung third row: T. Rowe, M. Nave, M. Tice, G. Rickey, R. Kent, N. Allen, P. Lincoln. ,ra- Q is af " M "I ir. v , - . . , :i :fx 5 :5l:?iF' '55 we-'M 3 A E' .1 'T' ' tg an Q ' Q? it in it r. ffllldgi ms .es-Wf- , itsf tl fl 5 r" I Activities: Publish bi-weekly newspaper. Sponsor: Mrs. Dorothy Callahan. Advisors: Miss Nancy Marshall, typesetterg Mr. Burr Miller, graphic arts. Booster staff: Carla Powell, editor-in-chief: Kim Haden, assistant editor, Pam Clayborn, business managerg Sandy Lust, feature editorg Vicki Siler, advertising manager: Kathy Harding, circulation mana- ger: Vernon Ferguson, sports editor, Janet Collier, Bill Edwards, Don Fitch, Loren Griffin, David Gutschenritter, Debbie Jones, Mike Pettey, Audrey Pitts, Vickie Yonts, reportersg Alan Rowland, pho- tographerg Debbie Davis, Debbie Jones, Pam Lincoln, Rita Little, Vickie Yonts, typesetters. Captions, clockwise from the left: Booster staff members exam- ine the graphic arts processes involved in the printing ot' the KAN- SAN: Carla Powell, editor, checks layouts for one of the dead- linesg The aspect of sports involving work as well as recreation is well depicted by Booster sports editor Vernon Ferguson's earnest efforts: Sponsorship of a newspaper involves both headaches and laughter, but Mrs.Callahan appears to have things under control. 4 x IB r N-.gf r- HH -. 'Q f 1. w w .4 3. , W H err: - va Qu xxx mu A x 1 w .. . w H X 1 H!'u,u ag n 'x 'S Lew -bv , Mfsfz ,q.v,:, A. ,.w' .g-R, if Music students win medals Each year Turner High School recognizes its outstanding music students. This year eleven students performed solos at the State Music Festival at Baker University. Three stu dents received a superior rating for their efforts. They were Bill Collins, trumpetg Debbie Davis, fluteg and Rita Little vocal. ln addition, each year the John Philip Sousa Award is given to one outstanding band student. This student must maintain an "A" average throughout three years of band participate in all band activities, and excel as a musician. Bill Collins was this year's recipient of the John Philip Sousa Award. Captions, page 101, clockwise from top left: Mr. Lazarus pre- sents Bill Collins the John Philip Sousa Award for outstanding achievement in bandg Debbie Davis accepts her award for a superior performance at the State Festivalg Rita Little receives a medal for her vocal solo. im... 9 I 365- X S l gravy' remiss NH sg E 'iii 5 Through deadlines and hours of work, the Booster presses on ,iw 1252" 75' themselves. If they thought more about other students and got involved, the school would profit as well as the clubs." ' We we efbrfxh ,Qfjfig 1 ,ati Cheri Elrod Clubs provide a means of education, communication, and self-expression Q e ssv 1' 1 , ' ',1. H - "if J , if "Clubs are a way of really getting involved with people at school. Some- times groups do the weirdest things, like having an Art Club officers' paint- ing and critique session on top of some ' bushes that have been converted into a studio. ' Everyone knows that lots of time must be put into a club if you want to get something out of it, particularly if you're an officer. You have to stand up and take the reins in order to unify the club. I think I've done more workin clubs than 1 have in classes, but clubs are worth all the effort put into them." Diane Arnold ,- .u 38 f' G.A.A. sponsors intramurals Activities: Sponsor volleyball teams, hold an annual volleyball sportsday, sponsor intramurals, have an annual picnic, sponsor a bas- ketball team. Sponsor: Mrs. Marion Sinnett. Officers: Joyce Cathey, president, Deb Lohrey, vice-president, Nancy Allen, secretary-treasurer: Becky Hilton, point secretary. Members: Nancy Allen, Marlys Bell, Kathy Barlow, Diane Bish- op, Cindy Brown, Diane Bryon, Jody Butler, Joyce Cathey, Pam Clayborn, Judy Cole, Kathy Craig, Deb Davis, Connie DeCoster, Cheri Elrod Judy Erickson, Sharon Felman, Gwen Foster, Theresa Frownfelter, Roseann Gray, Susan Gutschenritter, Kim Haden, Shauna Haden, Kathy Harding, Kathy Harrison, Betty Johnson, Debbie Jones, Debbie Kelley, Diana Lawson, Pat LeMaster, Linda Lester, Deb Lewis, Joyce Lewis, Deb Lohrey, Kara McClellan, Liz McVeigh, Janet Miller, Nancy Millhouse, Billie Moats, Susan Moyer, Kathy Nolan, Vickie O'Nea1, Shirley Radford, Chris Ray, Pam Sanders, Lea Ann Schneider, Kathy Shively, Janie Smith, Theresa Smith, .Marilyn Stepaniak, Belinda Taylor, Nancy Torrey, Julie Weathers, Laura Wheeler, Lisa Wicinski, Connie Wilson, Tanya Wil- son. Captions, clockwise from the left: Joyce Cathey, president of G.A.A., takes time out from intramurals to get a basketball: Girls "AM Volley Team members, left to right: Nancy Torrey, Deb Loh- rey, Becky Hilton, Connie DeCoster, Billie Moats, Nancy Allen, Susan Gutschenritter, Kara McClellan, Mrs. Sinnett, G.A.A. sponsor, looks over some of the point records, Girls "B" Volleyball Team members, left to right: Kathy Harrison, Roseann Gray, Kathy Shive ly, Joyce Cathey, Wanda Richards, Nancy Millhouse, Liz McVeigh, G.A.A. members engage in a snowball fight among themselves. '--- T f .1---- -- -, a J ,..: ji if-2 533 .5 V ' if 1 . .ll J 4 , 4 ,l wm agss rg 7 s .':".f't 75 a 5 W i x ' r 1' F U? , R1 4 f ' 1 pf . .lf 2 1 , , V, l V A Cx J 4 yy r 13 L, La Fexte des Flois-French CIub's event of the year Activities: Conduct all meetings in Frenchghave annual La Fete des Roisg have spring picnicg attend play presented by French theat- rical group under sponsorship of L'Alliance Francais. Sponsorg Miss Margaret Leatherberry. Officers: Nancy Allen, president, Patty Bradford, vice-president, Linda Lawhorn, secretary, Connie Jacobson, treasurer. Members: Nancy Allen, Patty Bradford, Myrna Caryl, Ken Cas- sidy, Kurt Cassidy, Scotty Cooley, Ronda Crabaugh, Mark Gene- raux, Chrissy Guy, Teri Higigns, Connie Jacobson, Ron Kent, Terri Kovich, Linda Lawhorn, Monte McGregor, Kathy Maher, Pat Milam, Billie Moats, Carol Myers, Rick Pringle, Carla Powell, Chris Ray, Debi Rohrbach, David Rush, Jim Smith, Jennifer Southern, Susie Williams. Captions, clockwise from the top: Chris Ray is crowned queen at French Club's La Fete des Roisg F.T.A. members board the bus for their teaching excursion at the junior highs, Queen Ray and King Cassidy toast their joint reighg 'iThat's French Club? Where are they going?" "I don't know . . . probably to see L,Arc de Triomphe" "Oh . . .N ,xv Q .rife , ,..f,,.J . i... .fn 6 ,M Na I if . .e??4fF, T: t A 'ir' geese 942.5 , fin-. t 1 .,, riffs: fr E3-1' Iliff , ' 'ta fr t - - 2 .sf it Q." fir... we me FTA-new experience in student teaching Activities: Hold Christmas tea for teachers, work for teachers throughout school year, participate in student exchange programs with other schools, teach classes at Highland and Pierson Junior High Schools for a day, visit various colleges. Sponsors: Miss Regina Locati, Mrs. Judith Roberts. Officers: Don Fitch, president, Carla Powell, vice-president, Jan Taylor, secretary, Rita Wilson, treasurerg Rodney Webb, sergeant-at- arms. Members: Lorie Adams, Ron Adams, Judy Allen, Steve Allison, Cheryl Andrew, Kandy Archer, Diane Barlow, Diane Bishop, John Borusheski, Cheryl Brotherton, Linda Brown, Diane Bryon, Debbie Bunce, Shelly Callahan, Chris Carter, Marva Clark, J olm Crowder, Cindie Dalton, Rose Doughty, Lola Droullard, Cheri Elrod, Judy Erick- son, Karen Etzen, Don Fitch, Chuck Ford, Gwen Foster, Theresa Frownfelter, Charlotte Gann, John Garner, Lavonne Grimes, Terri Grimes, Connie Guy, Joy Halbach, Sherry Hale, Teri Harbour, Jan Hart, Gayla Haynes, Jim Helm, Becky Hilton, Jean Hinds, Lea Hoggatt, Danny Huff, Denise J aimes, Nancy Kelly, Wanda Kelsey, Sherry Ken- nedy, Michelle Kieffaber, David Kring, David Lawhorn, Linda Lester, Joyce Lewis, Barbara Little, Robin Long, Gail Lowder, Debra Manthei, Carl Markus, Mike Martin, Pat Martin, Patsy Martin, Vickie Marvine, Larry Mason, Diane Matney, Mari Lyn May, Ernie Miller, Janet Miller, Nancy Millhouse, Cindy Mills, Nancy Moore, Randy Morrison, Sheryl Moyer, Susan Moyer, Mindy Myers, Kathy Nolan, Debbie Oliver, Vick O'Neal, Ernie Padilla, Brad Potter, Carla Powell, Christi Powell, Shirley Radford, Debi Rohrbach, Danny Rowe, Bill Sandburg, Lea Ann Schneider, Laurie Shutt, Denise Smith, Janie Smith, John Smith, Pam Smith, Susan Smith, Carol Sparks, Claudia Steele, Joe Steineger, Melis- sa Steineger, Dale Stephens, Nancy Stevens, Eileen Stewart, David Szczygiel, Belinda Taylor, Jan Taylor, Walter Turner, Paul Ulasien, Cleona Voiles, Sheila Warner, Rodney Webb, Laura Wheeler, Theresa White, Lisa Wicinski, Lindsay Wilkins, Cecil Wilson, Rita Wilson, Tanya Wilson. Girls P.E. Assistants: Diana Bishop, Jody Butler, Connie Carpenter, Joyce Cathey, Pam Clayborn, Ronda Crabaugh, Connie DeCoster, Deb DeCoster, Cheri Elrod, Judy Erickson, Teresa Frownfelter, Deb Gam- mon, Susan Gutschenritter, Kim Haden, Kathy Harding, Jan Hart, Becky Hilton, Jan Hart, Becky Hilton, Jan Holt, Debbie Jones, Leah Kindred, Debbie Lohrey, Kara Mc- Clellan, Melinda McCutcheon, Vickie O'Neal, Judie Reed, Adrienne Roberts, Vicki Siler, Becky Stirling, Belinda Taylor, Lindsay Wilkins, Tanya Wilson. Boys P.E. Assistants: Steve Allison, Rob- ert Austin, Charles Bailey, Jay Baker, Jim Barclay, Ken Briggs, Jim Callen, Richard Carlson, Steve Crabaugh, Dean Crabtree, Cliff Crozier, Ben Dobbs, Bill Edwards, Vern Ferguson, Don Fitch, Ross Grafton, Steve Hoit, Dan Huff, Roger Jones, Ron Kent, Dave Kring, Dick Leeper, Larry Ma- son, Marlin McCutcheon, Steve Meier, Randy Murphy, Roger Neighbors, Mike Pettey, Steve Rice, Jerry Shoemaker, John Smith, Joe Steineger, Dave Szczygiel, Charles Zurn. SN '1 Ph 1 F Art Club sponsors Turner Visual Arts Fair Activities: hold Visual Arts Fair, put up Christmas window each year, sell T-shirts as a money-making project. Sponsor: Mrs. Paula Hoover. Officers: Diane Arnold, president, Gail Spaits, vice-president, Pam Mattox, secretary, Robbie Sills, treasurerg Anne Wilson, point chairmang Mona Gregory, art fair chairman. Members, Diane Arnold, John Borusheski, Judy Camp, Lindy Fisher, Janet Fox, Randy Gladieux, Mona Gregory, Connie Guy, Shauna Haden, Glen Hager, Karen Hammer, Bob Howe, Carin Hut- ton, Doug Knowles, Kathy Kovich, Pat LeMaster, Barney Luth, Kay Maples, Pam Mattox, Ron Miller, Steve Owen, Judy Reed, Lea Ann Schneider, Robbie Sills, Gail Spaits, David Sprague, Carl Ste- phens, Dale Stephens, Bonnie Steuber, Jim Tarwater, Carolyn Tkatch, Richard Todd, Richard Urie, Roxanne Ward, Anne Wilson. Captions, clockwise from the left: The girl gym assistants relax "en masse", Art Club members gather for a group session, The Art Club officers hold a painting and critiquing session while enjoying the great outdoors: The vaulting horse offers some cal.m as well as sportive moments for gym assistants. Health is olub's hobby Where were you today? . . We went to Osawatomie . . . fHa, ha, I knew she'd be there sooner or laterj . . .Why'd you go there? . . . Mrs. Creek thought we would benefit from it . . , I Uh huh . . . Activities: Christmas gifts for children's horneg visit Osawatomieg have spring picnic for children's home, have guest speakers at meetings. Sponsor: Mrs. Pauline Creek. Officers: Denise Moore, president, Judy Garner, vice-presidentg Vickie Yonts, secre- tary, Jane Butler, treasurer. Members: Marla Askren, Kathy Barlow, Janie Bradbury, Jane Butler, Sharon Came- ron, Rhonda Carter, Cindy Clark, Judy Cole, Judy Crafton, Norman Cruse, Debbie Davis, Nancy Dexter, Debbie Fletcher, Sue Folsom, Judy Garner, Gracie Gill, Bonnie Gill, Pat Gilley, Lavonne Grimes, Laurie Heydenreich, Roxanne Hicks, Carol Hilton, Janice Johnson, Junior Johnson, Debbie Jones, Judy Jones, Rita Justice, Debbie Kelley, Michelle Kieffaber, Randy Killings- worth, Debbie Lewis, Gail Lowder, Bill Lowe, Mari Lynn May, Rheta McDaniel, Beth McVeigh, Kathy Minteer, Denise Moore, Mindy Myer, Mike Mynatt, Julie Nicholson, Phyllis Nuesse, Dixie Parrish, Carolyn Preston, Cheryl Pruitt, Patty Reed, Nancy Richards, Richard Riley, Suzie Root Jeanette Sedivy, Kathy Shively, Mike Shoe- maker, Laurie Shutt, Mark Smith, Melissa Steineger, Mary Stinnett, Roberta Turner, Barbara Twibell, Mona Vitatoe, Nancy Wagoner, Linda Ward, Vickie West, Sandy White, Sherry Williams, Vicky Yonts. Captions, page 110, clockwise from the top: Health Careers members gather with baskets for chi1dren's homeg Mrs. Creek en- joys herself at the Christmas party with Santag Jane Butler smiles in anticipation of the proposed trip to Osawatomie. s J C17 N Deca IS new experience "ww- Are you sure it's on the right way? No . . . but I have to leave for work fourth hour . . . I guess it'll have to stay that way . . . Does it look right though? . . . Well, I don't know . . . what are these things in back supposed to be? . . . They're the bangs on the wig . . . Oh.., Captions, page 111, top to bottom: Deca students learn some of the finer points of merchandisingg Miss Gros, Deca teacher, answers a question during class. I l i ii 'II2 Kayettes serve community Activities: Send packages and letters to Viet Namg sponsor Christmas assembly, carol at two rest homes, take stockings filled with Christmas goodies to Head Start childreng clean trophies and the bearg help with home tournaments, make children's Easter eggs. Sponsors: Miss Karen Aeker, Miss Patricia Winter. Officers, Teresa Heckman, presidentg Marsha Nave, vice-presi- dentg Shelley Adams, secretaryg Kathy Snapp, treasurer. Members: Lorie Adams, Shelley Adams, Jean Agnew, Barb Bailey, Nancy Bender, Bonnie Benton, Vickie Botteron, Brenda Brumley, Rhonda Carter, Pam Dobbins, Debby Eagles, Linda En- field, Peggy Gardner, Tina Geiger, Anna Hager, Anita Heckman, Roxanne Hicks, Teresa Heckman, Cheryl Hodge, Wanda Kelsey, Joyce Kiff, Venita McLane, Liz McVeigh, Cindy Mills, Vickie Moore, Marsha Nave, Jackie Pope, Sheila Schrepfer, Sharon Staple- ton, Kathy Snapp, Debbie Stephens, Nina Sweetwood, Lorrie Wal- lace, Linda Ward, Nancy Wilson. Captions, clockwise from the left: One of the Kayettes works on a project, The Kayettes work frantically and diligently to complete Easter eggsg Kayette Board members, left to right: K. Snapp, S. Adams, M. Nave, N. Wilson, C. Hodge, J. Pope, T. Heckman, J. Ag- new, Singing valentines as performed by the Kayettes are a highlight of the year. Quill and Scroll honors journalists Sponsor: Mrs. Dorothy Callahan. Officers: Marilyn Stepaniak, presidentg Don Fitch, vice-presidentg Pat Martin, secre- taryg Mike Pettey, treasurer. Members: Nancy Allen, Diane Arnold, John Borusheski, Diane Cain, Pam Clay- born, Ronda Crabaugh, Ted Culberson, Cindie Dalton, Debby Easton, Buzzy Fen- ton, Don Fitch, Kim Haden, Kathy Harding, Teri Higgins, Diane Holenbeck, Connie J a- cobson, Debbie Jones, Linda Lawhorn, Sandy Lust, Kathy Maher, Dave MacDou- gall, Pat Martin, Pam Mattox, Billie Moats, Mike Pettey, Carla Powell, Debi Rohrbach, LeaAnn Schneider, Vicki Siler, Robbie Sills, Denise Smith, Gail Spaits, Marilyn Stepaniak Janice Taylor, Dennis Wilson. Lit and Wit publishes annual magazine Uh.. .Whoever submitted this must have been crazy! A poem with no rhyme and no meter that doesn't even make sense! Let me see it . . . it's mine. . . Oh... Activities: Pick an average of thirty contributions to be pub- lished from the hundreds received: give the growing literary talent at Turner a chance to display itself g publish Lit and Wit. Sponsors: Mrs. Kathleen Elliott, Miss Florence Wessclmann. Officers: Dennis Wilson, president, Billie Moats, vice-presidentg Carla Powell, secretary, Steve Burke, treasurer, Diane Arnold, art chairman. Members: Diane Arnold, Steve Burke, Lola Droullard, Lea Hog- gatt, Marvin Hovis, Connie Jacobson, Linda Lawhorn, Barbara Lit- tle, Rita Little, Gail Lowder, Kathy Maher, Pam Mattox, Billie Moats, Mindy Myer, Carol Myers, Jerry Peniston, Carla Powell, Christi Powell, Laurie Shutt, Gail Spaits, Nancy Torrey, Barbara Twibell, Pam Williams, Dennis Wilson, Steve Worthington. Captions, page 115, clockwise from the left: Miss Wesselmann reads an entry to be submitted to Lit and Wit for judging, Members concentrate while determining the quality of workmanship pre- msn-Earl fn O11 an-x Lab assistants: Barbara Bailey, Steve Burke, Myrna Caryl, Gordon Chapman, Judy Cole, Cindy Dalton, Sally DeBaun, Greg Dobson, Bill Dressler, David Eastwood, Linda Enfield, John Garner, Judy Garner, Anita Heckman, Jean Hinds, Diane Holen- beck, Connie Jacobson, Rick Main, Carl Markus, Patsy Martin, Vickie Marvine, Donnie McQuinn, Denise Moore, Rick Murphy, Connie Peck, Shirley Radford, Steve Rice, Dan Rowe, Kathy Snapp, Gail Spaits, Lester Sullins, Barbara Twibill, Cleona Voiles, Rick Walters, Dennis Wilson. Office assistants: Diane Barlow, Barry Beckman, Donna Bowdre, Cindy Brown, Linda Brown, Joyce Campbell, Tina Castor, Joyce Cathey, Jim Downs, Patti Eastwood, Glen Empson, Robert Garmoe, Janice Grif- fin, Chrissy Guy, Vaughn Hafner, Terry Harbour, Becky Hilton, Lea Hoggatt, Silene Hoggatt, Paul Joyce, Cindy Lemmon, Doug Lillich, Julie Mahoney, Elaine May, Pat Mc- Clure, Chery McLallen, Larry Miller, Audrey Pitts, Jim Richman, Pam Sanders, Jeff Sharp, Sandy Stephens, Rusty Stephenson, Belinda Taylor, Monica Wallace, Dana Whis- ler, Richard Wilson, Tanya Wilson. Cafeteria workers: Darrell Aiman, Deb- bie Chamberlin, Terry Groves, Rick Hall, Larry Hurtie, Vickie LaBelle, Linda Masuch, George Mortell. Captions, clockwise from the left: Li- brary assistants, top row, left to right: R. Link, J. Fox, A. Garner, M. Brooks, J. Erickson, V. Chandler, J. Hinkle, D. Knowlesg middle row: D. Precht, P. Rupard, D. Gulley, D. Nelson, N. Bender, D. Rogers, D. Manthei, D. Fowler, J. Reed, bottom row: P. Reed, B. Buskirk, B. Little, D. Craft, R. Griffith, W. Kelsey, not pictured: A. Hager, D. Madison, P. Perry, "Wilson'? What IS this thing?" puzzles chemistry assistant Steve Burke, "I didn't know one person could use three forks and four knives", "Hello? Turner High School 'i greets Dana Whislerg "Now let's see, three cents from a dollar . . ."g "I hope this is distilled water and not that dilute sulfuric acid . . .',. Student assistants answer phones, mix chemicals, shelve books, and sell milk iii 4 .!, -1 1 .9 7 I .--7--f Q 's I' 5-" ' 1 a f -nl i A 1 I Hi, 11 1,49 -455 w 3 ,Y was 4 Laughter and charm shine on the faces of Pep Club members Activities: Yelling at games, having poster parties, run concession stands, sponsor pep assemblies, work on Homecoming arrangements, sponsor girl to Girls' State, have annual picnic. Sponsors: Mrs. Pat Heidler, Mrs. Mary Spitzer. Captions, clockwise from left: Head cheerleader Kara McClellan peeks mischievously from behind long lashes, Being sponsors of Pep Club is a lot of hard work, but also a lot of laughs, as Mrs. Spitzer and Mrs. Heidler have found: Kara McClellan, Nancy Torrey, Kim Haden, Vicki 0'Nea1, Connie DeCoster, Teresa Smith, Becky Hilton, and Deb DeCoster "slide" to success as varsity cheerleadersg Be- linda Taylor, Karen Etzen, Sherry Kennedy, Denise Doughty, Lind- say Wilkins, Sherry Hale, and Debbie Bunce, junior varsity cheer- leaders, sock it to the watching crowd, Lettergirls Jan Taylor, Me- linda McCutcheon, Vicki Siler, Cheri Elrod, Kathy Harding, Vicki Siler, Jan Holt, and Audrey Pitts perk up any scene. 'Q' Q "s, it , H 1 ...,...m arf'- Q q W -'--..,',,,,f m . ... .f. li... f .-v'- sl -A J W .'- C . -: -- ' - ,,, -4: I: N - LQ- :'j"mff'W ff ' ll-..., ' 'M v 9 1 Pep Club members: J. Allen, N. Allen, C. Andrew, D. Barlow, C. Bartmess, M. Beagle, M. Brooks, Deb Brown, Dot Brown, D. Bryon, D. Bunce, J. Butler, D. Cain, D. Cantwell, M. Caryl, J. Cathey, M. Clark, S. Cline, R. Crabaugh, D. Cunningham, C. Dalton, C. Decos- ter, D. Decoster, P. Dobbins, D. Doughty, R. Doughty, C. Elrod, J. Erickson, M. Evans, K. Etzen, S. Eubanks, D. Fletcher, G. Foster, T. Frownfelter, C. Gann, T. Geiger, L. Grimes, T. Grimes, D. Gulley, C. Guy, K, Haden, S. Hale, T. Harbour, K. Harding, K. Harrison, L. Harrity, J. Hart, G. Haynes, A. Heckman, B. Hilton, J. Hinds, J. Hinkle, S. Hoggatt, D. Holenbeck, J. Holt, V. Hundley, C. Hutton, D. Jaimes, B. Johnson, D. Jones, J. Johnson, N. Kelly, W. Kelsey, S. Kennedy, T. Kovich, K. Little, D. Manthei, V. Marvine, M. May, K. McClellan, M. McCutcheon, C. McLa1ley, L. McVeigh, P. Milam, N. Millhouse, N. Moore, Sheryl Moyer, Susan Moyer, M. Myer, D. Oli- ver, V. O'Neal, A. Pitts, S. Radford, W. Richards, D. Rohrbach, S. Schrepfer, L. Shutt, V. Siler, D. Smith, J. Smith, P. Smith, S. Smith, T. Smith, K. Snapp, C. Steele, M. Steineger, E. Stewart, J. Stewart, B. Summers, B. Taylor, J. Taylor, N. Torrey, C. Voiles, N. Wagner, B. Walls, R. Ward, V. West, D. Whisler, V. Whitworth, L. Wicinski, T. Wilson, L. Wilkins. Captions, clockwise from left: Cheerleaders say "peace',, Honor Pep: J. Agnew, J. Cathey, T. Kovich, Officers: D. Oliver, sophomore sergeant-at-arms, B. Taylor, treasurer, D. Whisler, publicity chair- man, M. McCutcheon, vice-president, K. Harding, president, V. Siler, secretary, J. Holt, senior sergeant-at-arms, not pictured: L. Wheeler, junior sergeant-at-arms, Poster parties are fun!, A mass of standing Pep Club members is an impressive sight. 'lib +35 1 3 .T . 'Nw- L 1 ,-L . gi, f .,.w"4A l VK... m H. ll ,fb sw We wins l. Wa - I", Q . . .-. 1 ' Q ' t N LL LLL. LLiLLL.-LLL.LLL3LL 1 I X r 1 L X gn + f- . L -. W 4 X , L v. . J.-Sm-v L I 'Mi '1 xy. 5' nf? , I 1... A gh SJ 12 ' f Q MW, mi If ' E 'l"F' B 7-1 A-5 3 'J YW fs 1 -. ? .. ,H Y .WL H H 'w 1w, yu Y M qlgw i n 1 'E 5 K S PM ' x M5 s 'LK 5' W W W Q 5' ET fi i 1 QA: I ,. M 2 1 :rm Www w.fw,,. rg- . ifih, ,YN , . Vu X wx mu 1,-'K I. Y ,X ,T , 1.- 121 Activites: Four major plays, amending of the TAOTA constitution, awards banquet. Sponsor: Mrs. Mary Chaisson. Officers: Garry Rickey, presidentg Teri Higgins, vice-presidentg Debbie Weddle, sec- retary-treasurer. Golden Masque members: Teri Higgins, Mike Murphy, Garry Rickey, Rita Wilson. Members: Anita Billings, John Borushe- ski, Joyce Campbell, Chris Carter, Marva Clark, Diana Cunningham, Brad Davis, Bill Dressler, Linda Enfield, Mary Evans, Debbie Fletcher, Beth Gaither, Margaret Gaither, Teri Higgins, Jane Hinkle, Judy Jones, Mary Sue Jones, Wanda Kelsey, Mike Murphy, Debbie Nelson, Jerry Peniston, Garry Rick- ey, Alan Rowland, Bill Sandburg, Sheila Schrefer, Jennifer Southern, Melissa Steine- ger, Sheri Straub, Jim Tarwater, Barbara Tucker, Kurt Valentine, Kathy VandeVelde, Janice Walls, Debbie Weddle, Vicky West, Rita Wilson. TAoTA stages four major plays -.. -Q Q13-I W we. .. ,.5g5-33.315311 i 411 f, 7 f - 451.4 1 if .fff7"' ' f , x ' fi. , my--m ,1 1:3 ,, ,1 Ml. X Hu' 3-wg H A - - I ww ,. , ,,,.,..,. .:,,,,:,., , . EW x 5. U9 v I E, Spanish Club is unique Listen you guys, don't you have anything at all to say about whether you want the tiesta or not? Why is everyone so quiet? The president wants us to say something . . . Shhhl . . . Someone might hear you . . . Remember we're supposed to be the silent majority . . . Oh . . . Activities: Taco dinner, bowling with party afterwards, Christ- mas presents taken to a needy family, annual fiesta with guest speak- erg annual picnic. Sponsor: Mr. James Heath. Officers: Pat Martin, president, Denise Jaimes, vice-presidentg Sally DeBaun, secretaryg Carol Sparks, treasurer, Eileen Kobe, social chairmang Gwen Foster, Spanish III representative. Members: Diane Arnold, Jane Butler, Diane Cain, Sharon Camer- on, Joyce Cathey, Marva Clark, Charlotte Daniel, Jerry Davidson, Sally DeBaun, Barbara Dickinson., Daniel Fenton, Gwen Foster, Judy Garner, John Garner, David Gutschenritter, Joy Halbach, Jan Hart, Gayla Haynes, Denise Jaimes, Debbie Jones, Rita Justice, Eileen Kobe, Linda Lester, Pam Lincoln, Rita Little, Pat Martin, Janet Miller, Lorna Moore, Adrienne Roberts, Dale Roberts, Pamela Russell, Viki Siler, Carol Sparks, Eileen Stewart, Janice Taylor, Nancy Torrey, Nelda Turk, Sherry Williams, Tanya Wilson, Cleona Voiles. lr! Photography Club provokes interest in the art of taking pictures KNOCK! KNOCK! KNOCK! Therels no answer . . . Should we go into the darkroom? . . Yeah . . .They'll have the inner door shut . . . Okay . . .Here goes . . . Get out of here! Shut that door! we're developing film! . . . You just ruined three rolls!! You mean the inner door wasn't shut? . . . NO!! Oh . . . Activities: Teaching members to develop film, compose shots, print pictures, etc. Officers: David MacDougall, presidentg David Lawhorn, vice- president. Members: John Borusheski, Steve Burke, Ken Cassidy, Kurt Cas sidy, George Chapman, Buzzy Fenton, Teri Higgins, David Law- horn, David MacDougal1, Monty McGregor, Robbie Sills. it l iggmm in rii, Q Qi it H 9 3 it ee- , its , ' H -r', , ,, , ,M , .MLK q Z Chess Club is revived at THS Activities: Playing chess at monthly meetings, tournament among members. Sponsor: Mr. Burley Martin. Officers: Michael Baugh, manager. Members: Ken Allen, Ed Asher, Mike Baugh, Paul Bodan, Ralph DeCoudres, Bill Dressler, Tony Eaton, Steve Worthington, Ed Hooke, Jerry Hendrick, Carl Long, Marvin Hovis, Darrell Chamberlain, Bill Lowe, Ken Matney, Chuck Thomas, Charles Reeves, Fred Rieger. N-r 7-1 CEC comes to Turner Activities: Thanksgiving basket for a needy family: Easter egg hunt for handi- capped chi1dren,Easter program for retire- ment centersg tutoring special education classes. Sponsor: Miss Kathy Alcorn. Officers: Shannon Pitts, president: Pam Shenkel,, vice-presidentg Connie Carpenter, secretary: Sherry Hayes, treasurer. Members: Ron Adams, Shelly Anderson, Kathy Barlow, Janice Bradbury, Debbie Cantwell, Connie Carpenter, Roberta Caster, Tina Caster, Judy Cole, Judy Grafton, Deb- bie Davis, Lindy Fisher, Don Fitch, Bonnie Gill, Pat Gilley, Vicki Greenwood, LaVonne Grimes, Terri Grimes, Shauna Haden, Sherry Hayes, Lea Hoggatt, Joni Johnson, Michelle Kieffaber, Betty Landsdown, Debbie Lewis, Barbara Little, Richard Manen, Denise Moore, Diana Moore, Suzan Moyer, Mindy Myer, Larry Nicholson, Judy Payne, Shan- non Pitts, Cheryl Pruitt, Chris Ray, Steve Redmon, Patty Reed, Gayle Reser, Jody Schlicker, Pam Shenkel, Kathy Shively, Lauri Shutt, David Sooby, Melissa Steinegar, Barbara Twibell, and Vicki Whitworth. N 'Trl gk - 5' J '7 -55 14 ,,-5 .N 1' ,wr V - rr Y up get .,., 1 - as , v,.,,,, is , M ds, , rr VE diggs -- 5 --Q-as With laughter, tears, and originality the Turnerite is created What size did you say this picture is? . . . I made it the size you had on your order . . . Let me see it . . .you did not... I did, too . . . give me a ruler. . . there, see? . . forty-three eighths . . . Forty-three eighths?! . . .That's four and three eighths! . . . Oh... Activities: Turnerite Ball, Turnerite assembly, Talent Show at high school, producing a yearbook. Turnerite staff: Pat Martin, editor-in-chief, Billie Moats, Debi Rohrbach, assistant editors, Diane Arnold, art editor, Kathy Maher copy editor g Nancy Allen, negative and contact organizer, Marilyn Stepaniak, index editor, Connie Jacobson, business manager, David MacDougall, head photographer, Robbie Sills, John Borusheski, Buzzy Fenton, David Lawhorn, photographersg Teri Higgins, Diane Cain, assistant photographers, Linda Lawhorn, advertising editorg Jan Taylor, assistant advertising editor, Pam Mattox, Gail Spaits, Lea Ann Schneider, Ronda Crabaugh, copy writers. Captions, clockwise from left: "Now THIS is called a light meter It measures light." "Oh, dear, l'm afraid l'll break it, John.,'g The head photographer will go to any length-or height-to get a good picture, Diane, Debi, and Billie work to publish a yearbook . . . and work . . . and work . . .5 It's not every day you see a 25'7" Golden Buddha! g This is "Turnerite" Country! HW Wx H vi 3,12 gym A I T sf 3' 1 .J 1 ra gm, s SNL .au ' ! I K ,www .4 a w ww w ww 'wx "W 'Hu E RH H X ' I'm glad we're having that Faculty T-Club Game this year . . . Does it make that much money? . . . No . . . But it's one time we can be sure the refis are on our side . . . Oh... Activities: Sponsor sophomore football game, T-Club picnic, Faculty T-Club Game, sponsor student to Boys State, sponsor boy to FCA camp. Sponsor: Mr. Joe Baker. Officers: Jim Barclay, president, Bill Ed- wards, vice-president: Steve Crabaugh, sec- retary, Steve Rice, treasurer, Jim Stout, ser- geant-at-arms. Captions, clockwise from left: Members, first row, left to right: J. Stout, S. Crabaugh, B. Edwards, J . Barclay, S. Rice, second row: M. Pettey, K. Briggs, D. Fitch, B. Downs, S. Briles, B. Bryon, S. Burke, B. Collins, third row: D. Crabtree, P. Musil, D. Huff, D. Szczygiel, D. Leeper. J. Shoemaker J. Steinegar, S. Meier, J. Smith, fourth row: B. Lowe, D. Lawhorn, S. Hoit, D. Kring, B. Tyson, R. Neighbors, M. Hewitt, D. Ammer- man, Ken Cassidy, fifth row: C. Crozier, Kurt Cassidy, R. Jones, C. Bailey, R. Graf- ton, D. Scott, C. Hatchg sixth row: G. Chap- man, J. Payne, A. Johnson, B. Clem: not pictured: J. Baker, D. Brown, R. Carlson, D. MacDouga11, L. Mason, "Get back in your seat! That's no place for a T-Club mem- ber!"g Miniskirts and long hair enhance the appearance of the gorgeous "cheerleaders" in the Faculty T-Club Game, Football and basketball players wait impassively on the gym floor as a pep talk is given. T-Club members win glory as athletes, fans, and clowns N. ... .,.'.... .- G:g,,,,1,...,,',.,s.3,?,,:,.,,......,, 25:9 .,............... ...,r,7- .. .. f ,. 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' I, 'f ' my gi h,'n5,:,'.ai , Mx,5":,. r, 1.2, W Kwimb :Jw ,Qin emi. xt-, Xggwqji-Liu, :xi 4l.Sg,.s, . .atv N tv. .ggggt -gtg,-sity. ' grrwag 1 it . ,Z.ffii'. -af .F"l'QMJ11 'Yff if ..'f,1 is fix S .- -I Lf4wzf'w" 1 -Lf if -'fiffifkif 942 fl leg .,-'fri' Fw greater when you can bounce back from a loss and play your heart out the next game. To be truthful, though, I'd like to learn much more about win- ning." , Steve Meier Win or lose, doing your best 's the name of the game "Being a cheerleader means coming ., 1 . 'II . .. .., . 5 fi r wigs? if W Wires, Elm! 2- twtzw 'ew sl sw 14 ifarhf if . Y f R -it ii"a le.- jafh jyr , aw with .il Q . tiiiif - .22-gf -E . a a .pf im a Q . f ' rinqmi ggjfg - 'i -ri in again '92, , A ' w:. . -'-gg ' iiwz dssffi .. U......,,,,M, xv 1 ii 4 9 L W .aaa Wi 1 d ' ef 1 MV ,.,,.,,.: ,Z., , .pV.,, to the games and cheering and watch- ing our team play. As head cheerleader I have a lot of responsibility because if things don't go right I get the blame. I've learned that when people are de- pending on you to get a job done, you'd better finish it. I definitely feel that more spirit by the Turner fans gives the players more incentive to Win. Face it, when there's noise and a crowd of people at the game, that's the kind of atmosphere you want. I think it makes the players want to try all the harder for a victory." Kara McClellan Ya Pride plus: in black and gold The Varsity Bears, lead by Head Coach Bruce Bowman, finished the sea- son with a 4-5 record, placing them fourth in the EKL. Two seniors and one junior were named to The All-EKL Team. They were Steve Crabaugh, Mike Pettey, and Steve Meier. Linebacker Steve Cra- baugh was awarded an athletic scholar- ship at Kansas State University. Varsity lettermenz Jay Baker, Jim Bar- clay, Jim Bartmess, Ken Briggs, Steve Briles, Richard Carlson, Steve Crabaugh, Dean Crab- tree, Bill Edwards, Don Fitch, Craig Hatch, Mark Hewitt, Steve Hoit, Danny Huff, Alan Johnson, Roger Jones, David Kring, Richard Leeper, Steve Meier, Paul Musil, Geoff Meyer, Danny Owens, Mike Pettey, Greg Pretz, Steve Rice, Jerry Shoemaker, David Szcygiel. Varsity Schedule Turner Junction City 16 6 Washington 0 14 Miege 20 0 Leavenworth O 8 Bonner Springs 19 14 Argentine 6 32 Ottawa 44 8 Rosedale 0 16 Olathe 1 8 1 2 13 5 Jf'g'..- L. , . w 4.: 1 y 1 1 I A K -M. X z 1 x ' fm H ' N45 Wg. ' X kg,-Q1 1. f- mv,- ' ..- . J' - -- Q 1 rl A . 1 XC. ,.1 K N 3 f '-...VA-., 1- ,.M.'. ' L .,:,,L. " 1 X .Jn fff' .Q g 'K - ,k . 4, 2 on I U ,LA . .4- ,w-, if I 'N 1. 'A 5' NH ,xr ff. A., 'Pt .55 if , sf-.R L . 1 Jeff K. svn, qt.. . ,x df-na-4' Q QMS. i N454 Q , .ma n -.B m 'LZ X - , fig? . ' xy' Ugg' K .gk 1 f ' I , ll? . 1551 i 3' f . , 3 I 1, . ,- d I V4 .fe , gg A W ,C xg., slim f "' ,.-J I L -Yi 1 1 r '32, z ,fr , Individual players earn honors despite slow season Left to right across top left corner: Steve Crabaugh, line- backer, was one of the seniors to be named to the All-EKL and All-County teams, Bill Edwards, end, was one of the outstanding seniors this year, Don Fitch, guard, was the shortest player in the EKL this year but out played his small statureg Steve Briles, guard, worked hard as the Captain of the Specialty Teams, Jim Barclay, back, one of the three Tri-Captains, was named Most Improved and Defensive Bear Man of the Year. Left to right in bottom left corner: Kenny Briggs, guard, earned an Honorable Mention on the All-County team, Jim Bartmess, tackle, returned as a much needed help to the team although injured at the beginning of the year, Geoff Myer, tackle, became the other Most Improved Player and also one of the Tri-Captains. 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SCHEDULE The Junior Varsity season started sluggishly by dropping the first three games to Olathe, Washington, and Miege respectively. Under Coach Johansen and Coach Kirkman's Turner able leadership, the determination to win was aroused. aialglgton lg Practice paid off as they pulled the next five out, leaving a Miege 14 0 5-3 record for the season. Of the last five games, four were Leavenworth 5 20 in the EKL: Bonner Springs, Argentine, Ottawa, and Rose- Bonner Springs 0 14 dale. Argentine 6 14 Junior Varsit Lettermen: Steve Allison, John Borushe- Ott 6 22 y awa ski, Rick Callahan, Bob Crossland, John Crowder, Cliff Rosedale 14 18 . . Crozier, Randy Czirr, Chuck Ford, Ross Grafton, Russell Jacobs, Jack Knight, Gary Matney, Ron Miller, Randy Mor- rison, Danny Rasdall, Danny Rowe, John Smith, Dale Ste- sei- ' f., 2 C T. V ' 1 - -1 C . '- Cecil Wilson. if-2. Rl , "nf: 1" Fi' 'J -1 Vans' ,f'f-if . Managers: Dale Roberts, Mark Rosenau, Mark Schroep- f :-va-' ' --,EQ 'R "P A' 1 - ' ' W' pel. 5. j' ., ,I 1 3" jf. Nag , x-' ' Q f : : .cilj-Q7-' I' 5. - Pe, r -gre ow ' if , vf J . ifxsr ,fc ,ld ' 3 .- f. is ,A ' g I 4-up Diff "fs "?"',-f , R we J fs . 4 it z , L' t Y ' 1 fill? 1 . - 1 A d fm- ? J r ur " K va J .J at sv .vt ' "2 -- return M W uw' 1 . V7 f --rr ':z, " -V . 1 wan:- s ' '- - h M Y 141 Si . wi, A . 3 KL . H sp k .IEE A 'sig fi -. . ' -gigs . W 3? 1 'J,,ggL5I I 1 A Z . - x mcg If , EA w w W W X , . " H M - r M wx 2: 1 ul i p p oggnts N gk AMmuygfzjwwwm Z ,-. , wwf ww mn' Www i ww 25" g '2B m?n5' .L fmi 5752'g1 1 l2 5L .,g g,Rf112LfG BHi- E F LQ? 1pg55gggnsFB:xgss, .gGeopge 1E9' -M-5-QF? Cffgggsr, 16? lbs.: AQ1Q25DHViS5 3:1iQSs Grafton, 1553 CFHJEHGWI15 11 55 Ibsigigtiger Jdnegi 1:k85 S,'g B111 QgE'!1 Jeff P 'Dauf Wm f r zw I! mlm na 1: g i H-H 'm ax F: A: ' 21 Z 1 - - ':'- : ':':': :., 'i l-l,,,. ' ::gmw'i.."ji5ss:Q H. Qc4JQ"'f if? 5 3 H' , M x .: 'iw,,v1,Q,.E...W m1'W..?4f 1y"'m11' IflN wwf: 'W 5" A 41' V F :Shawnee M3 523 E331 1 L6 2 2 1 aw? W iigl lifm 2 'ig N QQHYW, ww . f . QQ i aux? fi wr 5 A 11 K' u u Gsm, 9511. M, g sf Z-. --' 1. vi-:ii 4 Dx u gf- " ' f , 'I' --: A .IIV is -, L 17. A , . .- 49 14 P The Golden Bears who prowl the wrestling mats at Tur- ner came on very forcefully this winter as they finished the season in third place in the rugged E.K.L. Led by team cap- tain Ross Grafton, they wound up with a league record of 3-2 and an overall record of 7-5 in duel match competition. On December 19 the Hgrapplersv finished in fifth place at Highland Park in a very tough invitational tournament match. The Duel Match Invitational held in the Bears home territory on January 30 was won by the mighty matmen of Turner. Medalists were Jeff Payne, Charles Bailey, Dan An- drew, George Chapman, John Smith, Ross Grafton, David Scott, Ken Briggs, Craig Hatch, Cliff Crozier, and Roger Jones. The Bears traveled to Shawnee Mission South on February 5-6 for the class 4A-SA District Tournament and to claim an undisputed second place finish for Turner High School. Although six wrestlers advanced to the Regional Tourna- ment, only one member ofthe team, Ross Grafton Cl 321, was able to place and qualify at the tournament and win a chance in the 1971 State Tournament. Junior Varsity wrestlers: Greg Dodson, Norman Cruse, . Ernie South, Jerry Hendricks, Kevin Moore, Larry Monatya, Walter Turner, Jeff Fangrow, Cecil Wilson, Greg DeGrave, Dale Stephens, Larry Bayless, Rioh ard Wiedner, David McVeigh. Qi aff v E o i 4-. 135.-.- K if "I i 146 5 Action in golf -Mawr - rg , 2-M' xr lil ' fee - aaa 3: it ii it it it as lsssriisiiasitfeeiiiifgl, ' rar Mill' ll' iiiiiil' a s..aNwSz,m. iii' --me -iii- ga-raaaasiaigs : -aff:--ar ii- iii iii - 5-5.3357 is ,ggaaaagasas : 1-sn -: ii i ii iii -,A iii iii wma- ,M raw it aaaisr., - 1-at ii ii it , W i,, .,, rf .-1 ,,, ,, it sfaafsa-atm , ,, i am-1 asf gsesf ii iii iii' gr' - W ii was fggggggfggssas, i ii ii ir ri fi , it i, ,asa ,-, -. sam mE,,,,..r,,,,, i, a- iii ,ii 1- f :- ii r,,m,Eg4:vf:N ffafrsrrs, , i i ii ii ra Kita? 4 ,,,,,f,,,igi,iY, agar- i 2-'iii 'Zi -- .gffggfm Q gf W-W" A 7 - SCHEDULE ' was mrs, T 7, is , , ., V , , i i aromas i ' il it f-At0tt1-.wa Leavenworth Invitationali, sr at-aa. . - ' EKLi,18-Holes Ottawa - as i l -EKU--18 Hates Olathe, Majigifwil " 'Regiona1Meet :State Meet , , . if' naar asa amiga W4 pe r . 3 Qi , . .- -51- s .fi - ,.- ,s. vi-1.-.f., "p , Y'-'-K-':Q'ff:j14 - r .1- - 3 5- 'yan-Q? hai' 'ir-.' . Turner High's golf team sported a few new advancements this year. The main welcome surprise was the increase in varsity letter- men over last year. The team also had a few looks of last year, one of which is Coach Roy Johansen. Although the team didn't quite rise to its expectations, it was consistent in being led by senior Den- ny Brown. With the return of the varsity lettermen this year, Coach Johansen has high hopes for next year's Golden Golfers. Captions, page 147, clockwise from top right: Sophomore golfer Rodney Webb contemplates the putt he is about to makeg Senior Bob Bryon judges his distance from the ball before attempting to hit itg Denny Brown displays the concentration and form which won him a Golf Scholarship at Kansas City Kansas Community Junior Collegeg Bradley Potter studies the situation prior to teeing off. .kb-J vL.f,!"" -' ' 5 ' L-.1-"'..-r'!L,-1: .-:lx-, in ,- r 35+--si if-. !5'f'4fA, 4 1, .si-ix., V ', a.. , Rh El., -,ss--sf xg,-.ua 1 'J ti kr rfb" 4-rea:--s.j'Pf-.-,z.- ,Lx -- ' 'wi--.. - A ' ' 1 fx ,J 1 .il ,1,,..J-ff,.,..: :W V..qt6,,:,,5fW., ,., , ., . ,,,, ,. V r-if .-.gf-.ff 9'i:,..1, it 'rc .fwfei-1552153 l47 Gulps of air, pulled-on warm-ups, searing pain, and sympathetic hands-that's cross country A , 43 -in - -Y 'nk P 1 . - ,Q , . .10 ' W xiii , , ,, My 4! : Determination and perseverance marked this year's Cross Country sea- son, even though the team did not meet all its goals due to a lack of ex- perience. Competition among team members was strong, however, and the talent evenly distributed among the league members. The experience gained by returning lettermen will definitely be an advantage next year, according to Coach Jones. This season the Outstanding Cross Country and Track Athletic Award went to Bill Collins. He was the only team member to qualify for the State Cross Country meet at Wamego, Kan- sas, in which he placed 25th out of 92 competitors. The members of the 1970-71 Cross Country team were: S. Burke, senior, Ken Cassidy, junior, Varsity lettermang Kurt Cassidy, junior, Varsity lettermang M. Clem, sophomore, Varsity lettermang B. Collins, senior, Varsity lettermang C. Horst, senior, Varsity lettermang D. MacDougal1, senior, Varsity lettermang M. McGregor, junior, Varsity lettermang B. Tyson, junior, Var- sity lettermang D. Ammerman, junior, J .V. lettermang T. Eaton, sophomore, J.V. letter- mang J. Heinbach, junior, J.V. lettermang D. Lawhorn, junior, J.V. lettermang D. Sprague, sophomore, J .V. letterman. 1970-71 CROSS COUNTRY Date Meet Sept. 18 Olathe Sept. 24 Rosedale Oct. 6 Chanute Oct. 13 Ottawa Oct. 16 Turner Oct. 31 Lawrence Nov. 7 149 'lb li-Q! 1-11 ..-, .s .W 1' , .. fx' 1. A 1, - YW' N ek X s - . .f-,. ...V- tu EL. ', '. "TQ" .4-f?l.i V ., tif, ' ,af Q .. , B 434 f-ee ' 4125" . v. Y 14521 , f . V ..,v,- f Track men fall in stride The light-clads from Turner High could once again be found roaming the hills of the campus and the entire Turner area. Sprinters, distance men, and field men all worked hard under the guidance of Coach Gale Jones dur- ing practices to give Turner a good showing. Although the team hosted a number of capable trackmen, only two, Bill Collins and Jim Stout, quali- tied for the State Outdoor Meet at Wichita. Varsity lettermen: Jay Baker, Mike Bradley, Bill Collins, Steve Crabaugh, Tom Gray, Alan Johnson, Richard Leeper, David MacDougall, Steve Meier, Mike Pettey, Ernie Padilla, Greg Pretz, David Sprague, Joe Steineger, Jim Stout, Bill Tyson. Junior varsity lettermen: Ron Adams, Mike Beatty, Marty Clem, James Craig, John Crowder, Greg DeGrave, Howard Dic- kinson, Jeff Heimbach, Dale Kaiser, David Lawhorn, Ron Miller, Dan Owens, Jim Owens, Mark Smith. Sophomore lettermenz James Camp, Ralph DeCoudres, John Draves, Tony Eaton, Rodney Hopper, Richard Weidner, Steve Dowdle. Managers: Dan South, Ernie South, Ray Endsley. N- V? :ei fqjafai ll 1155 :ie'fF3.'5f 3 ll . QM1-ul M31 'E' 2 ' i' 1f 55'2iQ,5 4 t . P . 2, ,' 3 if W ,L ll 'C 5'i?"T: TFJMPL fl 1-55 r ae-.ll-J . H : QQ? if 1, .. J ' :.' 5 ..' " will ' 2 , , film v Wim? Ca irns " ' 'E,g 'ili"r U "Mitt num, ,,' . tl" i ., rr, am 'f 'Q 1 xiii ,E33aa11.1:,,"'t' '?gt 'lllHMa9BH5H'EnWn:iweMlEi?iV:w,rtt :rl Bears finish season with 4-6 E.K.L. record All during the 1970-71 basketball season, there was nev- er a dull or silent moment in the Turner High School gym- nasium. This year's Golden Bears kept up the long-run tra- dition that Turner always has a tough, competitive team. Led by the sleight-of-hand playmaking of Mike Pettey, senior, and the big rebounding power from the combined efforts of Bruce Downs and Steve Crabaugh, seniors, the Bears were in every game. Although Turner finished with a compromising 4-6 E.K.L. record, they kept the games alive by their teamwork and sheer hustle. The season was fruitful from the excitement standpoint-and after all, that's what the game's all about. Captions, clockwise from the top: All players tense as they wait for the rebound, Varsity team members, first row, left to right: Mike Pettey, Larry Mason, Jerry Shoemaker, Steve Meier, Roger Neighbors, Jim Barclayg second row: Jim Downs, Rich- ard Carlson, Steve Crabaugh, Bruce Downs, Carroll Dugan, Bill Edwardsg The starting five gather in a pre-game huddle, displaying the enthusiasm and spirit which carried them through the season. Varsity lettermen: Jim Barclay, Richard Carlson, Steve Crabaugh, Bruce Downs, Bill Edwards, Steve Meier, Mike Pettey, Jerry Shoemaker. Managers: Mark Rosenau, Mark Schroep pel. Statistician: Dennis Smith. Qin 44 .4 1 Q6 1 'LID-" ' in -. .MY gr--1-'Qfzgq W8 1 g+ P W 1 vas 'I L, 1 345 Sth! R .R sh A- 1 -Sz., Turner's tough, oompeti tive team generates excitement at games Varsity players, clockwise f m the left: Alan Johnson, Jim Barclay, Randy Morri- son, Jim Down La.rry Mason, Richard Carl- son. 1 1 X 9' K , 'N xx if H. 5 :1 4: gf? +0 ' 1. 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' i Nu tv' 'f35i5HVi i . 5 w, r i .wr H 29 iff U .yin wi' Flebounding from the heights- Downs and Crabaugh I Varsity players, clockwise from the left: Jerry Shoemaker, Bill Edwards, Mike Pettey, Steve Meier, Steve Crabaugh, Dave Szczygiel, Carroll Dugan. 157 Sophomore team takes trophy at lnvltatlona i fa, v ggn R533 Q ai2m'lt ,sr t, ,, M W Turner '- as L59 222 426i .l f so ,,C!5 t SQHW e 651' ,:-: 1 J Savior at J ,Argentine , 5 39 , 3 lla :"'i,fj5?2,l,,g p Q 1 Q if 5-Mft tilt Bonner , Rosanne 52 V J t Roseaae- 2- i 6-1 Q95 r Sophomore lettermen: Jamie Agnew, Kenny Allen, Larry Ammerman, Mike Brad- ley, Vincent Bustamante, Kenny Carr, Mark Cook, Robert Crossland, Ralph DeCoudres, Tom Denham, John Draves, Chuck Ford, Glen Hager, Alan Johnson, Mike Martin, Randy Morrison, Jim Owen, Mark Patton, Brad Potter, Greg Pretz, Mark Smith, David VanDerwell,Rodney Webb. Managers: Robert Ripperger, Dean Wil- son. ui Statistician: Chris Carter. Junior Varsity lettermen: Dean Crab- tree, Jim Downs, Carroll Dugan, Alan John- son, Dean Lakten, Larry Mason, Monte Mc- Gregor, Randy Morrison, Roger Neighbors, Rick Pringle, Dave Szczygiel. Captions, clockwise from the right: Mike Martin outjumps his opponent at the outset of a sophomore game, Roger Neighbors shoots despite interference from another playerg The sophomore team members proudly displaying their trophy are first row left to right: Randy Morrison, Mark Patton, Alan Johnson, Mark Smith, Bob Crossland, Greg Pretz. Second Row: Coach Minor, Mike Martin, David Vanderwell, Jim Owen, Kenny Carr, Chuck Ford. U. j ,rg-5.5 msfizss 11: I,V. SCHEDULE W, .54 ,, .4 Turner Bishof 57 55 s.M. East 4' 76 26 Ward 58 35 S.M. south 89 26 ROSCdEl16 11.4 ? . 48 66 S.M. Northggesp Gixff 56 43 4. Bishqp i 44 42 Ottawa 60 37 Olathe 5 34 55 Bonner 58 59 Argentine 58 61 Rosedale? ,PWR 55 705' Ottawa ' 49 63 Olathe 39 37 Bonner 45 61 Argentine 42 '57 Varsity cheerleaders worked hard boosting school spirit by assisting at J .V. tryouts, directing pep assemblies, and being involved in all sports activities. Expenses for camps, clinics, and uniforms were paid by sponsoring garage sales and the annual Mr. Legs Contest. The Varsity Squad consisted of: Kara McClellan, head varsityg Deb DeCosterg Nancy Torreyg Connie DeCosterg Becky Hiltong Teresa Smithg and alternates, Brenda Myers and Vickie O'Neal. Out of fifty-three schools, these girls placed second at War- rensburg, Missouri. They were also awarded the Spirit Bell for their outstanding drive and enthusiasm during their week at camp. After the start of the season Brenda Myers was replaced by Kim Haden. The sponsor for the cheer- leaders was Mrs. Marion Sinnett. , 3 KST big? ',.4- 'I . "" 1-I. 14. Nh Y! Q-. ls... ' ' - 'iftra -Lge , 1-lv-.rf-1-4' J. sf., Q., Fii- ' "-'ar fo 1 1 il -1'-Q. 1 . ' 4 e ,Af VI? X1- u K Q f Q Coaches encourage mmol, J.V. Cheerleaders encourage milk' Q t Thanks to Tumer's fine coaching staff, the Golden Bears fin- ished their respective seasons well. Our Golden Coaches left to right are: Mr. Joe Baker, Head of the Athletic Department, Mr. Roy Johansen, Line Football Coach, Assistant Wrestling Coach, and Golf Coachg Mr. Bruce Bowman, Head Football Coachg Mr. William Kirkman, Head Wrestling Coach, and Assistant Football Coach, Mr. Gale Jones, Cross Country Coach, Sophomore Reserve Basketball Coach, and Assistant Track Coach. Row two: Mr. Gerald Shoemaker, Head Basketball Coachg Mr. Hubert Waugh, J.V. Football Coach, and J.V. Basketball Coachg Mr. Charles Minor, Assistant Sophomore Football Coach, and Sophomore Basketball Coach, Mr. William VanHecke, Sophomore Football Coachg Mr. Frank True, Sophomore Football Coachg Mr. Roy Kleindolph, Sprinting Coach, Mr. David McDonald, Sophomore Football Coach, and Track Coach. ,Q-, an kc w V11 K if? ,Q -fi rf ., me f vs? . 'J ?5 ,.,,,, 5 1 " 1 Q 3 ag!! F'V?Ei.i,w5mgih ' '- .,., 7 N--V ' L 3.- Q Q:55 5.:..f: H 5 ' ' W ,:L,, f, 1 . KK V' 4:2 Q qwwwsifi---N ' ir Y 1131? Q Qviggw Q f Q , , , iwgizsixsawsiz? 1: ng W ,,W,,., , Mfg., H -.nrx-.w qw, If .. 1 . 5fg 'fl1,,,!L. W I r' 1 f f 5 Q ., ,3 .1 Q W wg , ? ,, , , ..,-+A 49: .. , ,. .,..,. H Ei A . .MA ' ,E ,,, ,,,..., , Q : , ,...,.., .a.k . W v' ' 11 S 3 A .A I ,gm 1 ' -af' S155 3-U" 1 ' , 5 'W - , guy W Li -I -,AIM 1 : 9 ,-'L' i 4 . b ,MT Q V 1 s Q HA: LLVV .Q w any 'l-- : ss f:.,: - Q F J X1 I' ,- E ..: sf Wu.. 1-' au' .,,4-1911! fs-:ff uv 75 U SEIEKE L-1,12 s sf. r il- ,-v4 Q 3 . ,tr 1' ir. . f 'sei 'mfs ,. .I+ E ' ,. ., ff. ' at aegis- nxxxx .I Q. -W ,Q s .Ab N. an ulz' 'x , 'v V .f-N"Ws'i5t"3'e... . ta 30 .ks -. l " X if "A, . . ---1 ' R 1 fi?" ' 7 'L fi 'f 1 -:I 2 - f"' ' f N Pi-15:14 164 -3' ffl. A ' ' 4: ' A. .- , Q .,. . . .,.. ,,?+1 . . HF' 'i".L. na u O 'S 1 bk. "The class of 1971 rs great! lleel that the people who really worked have enjoyed this year more than all of the other school years combined. Some- times it seems like this is the class that should have been but Wasn't. Like football . . . we were 4-5 and could eas- ily have been 7-2. lt's notjust true with sports but other areas of the school, too. Why? . . . seniors just didn't carry the leadership . . . Those who worked got the benefits . . . companionship . . . maturity . . . a chance to excel. The new programs-AVTS, DECA, debate- helped the school a lot. Our class and the changes made were a good way to vat ' . t X . , s ' ily It K QQ' ,dal , X 'X .995 . ,I Q E' M - . M- N ...A b.-.-v. 1 I I- , ' . L f " am? -' l l I' M .Y ,, as 5 :VMTN li it N Q ,i F,vs.au1i! I gl -ri if W - - ll L, Q ,Qi ' V r 1' r Y If , .,., -1ff.a..'fef,.M. ll Q? vw wi ' gy, EQ' 1 " lrcilrgswwel start off the decade. I was proud to be a part of it." Jim Barclay Class officers: Jim Barclay, Bill Ed- A H wards, Deb DeCoster, Steve Rice. ! 5 A ,, , ,, ,il ' rl ,ulxlw W5 2 r aesbwia ,Ml R. I Seniors of '71 set the pace for THS proving to be an unforgettable class AV. ,zz 1- A Wm elm l ella? lliikd-fel, W "r fmrl, if ll - W, ' "What is a senior? I guess you could call the title of 'senior' a 'mark of dis- tinction'. But what senior thinks of it that Way? We take it for granted that we are seniors . . . like saying, LEI1. so what else is new?' About the only thing we think of as being connected with seniors is graduation. Graduation . . . that's the ultimate of our secon- dary education . . . but then off we go tojobs or college, later to fall into the everyday pattern of adult life. How about that? Guess who will he the- older generation then? But, I am proud to be a senior. . . a memory which will last forever." Debbie .Lolirey Ki- ..-' M- 1"""".--I Left block, left to right: Shelley Adams, Jean Agnew, Nancy Allen, Jill Allen, Bob Allison, Ron Allison, Dan Andrew, Mary Appleton, Diane Arnold, Eddie Asher. Right block, left to right: John Ashlock Robert Austin, Rick Bachuss, Barbara Bailey, Ricky Baker, Jim Barclay, Bill Bar- low, Kathleen Barlow, Leona Barrett, James Bartmess, Michael Baugh, Charles Beaty, Debra Begham, Susan Bender, Bonnie Ben- ton. "-Ss! hwy 41" XA --.Q may VTP? 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Bottom left block: Kathy Cochran, Janet Collier, William Collins, J ay Cordill, Teresa Cornelius, Michael Cox, Anthony Coyazo, Steve Crabaugh, Brenda Craig, Kathy Craig, Fred Crawford, Mike Crowley, Jerrold Davidson, Andy Davis, Gloria Davis, Sally DeBaun, Deborah DeCoster, Nancy Dex- ter, Barbara Dickinson, James Diehl, Leslie Dobbins. Right block, left to right: Clifford Dobbs, Gary Dobson, Janice Doering, Bruce Downs, William Dressler, Patti Eastwood, Bill Ed- wards, Cheri Elrod, Glen Empson. A-'55 if -uv- -af sig-M 'E"'6 , Y -ai. ' u" .:: H, , V, .1 .- 5 'f1? - "EJ ii y!! f F' I 1 ' E V X f ,V W Q f. mm W' ,X X, Y , JA 921, R in fi' ,Li , 1 , 1:17, .1 G, IF, V I I Fin L t 4 W x 2 1, 'f W' ' :Jr Hsu W' NN ' w ,Q .ML A s " H 1 " wr-ef vik WI ga-:L W .., Af Q4-J V. .9 Q., f VM' , ,,, My- .gs ., N x 4 L A M- an 'N 'W Hwy-,1 21--,Q " ef 4 X ,M X M 1: ix Mr , , e " 3 ,T 1 , J , Q ' s 1 i m N , f' 1 I . 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A National Honor Society holds two installation ceremonies A break from the traditional was noted this year as Na- tional Honor Society conducted both day and night time installation ceremonies on May ll. The introduction of the new members and the receiving of membership cards marked the morning initiation, while the evening ceremony followed the format ofthe traditional candlelighting ser- vice with each new member lighting his candle and record- ing his name in the Society's roll book. A reception for the members and their guests was held afterwards in the band room. Sponsors: Miss Harriet Dunn, Mr. Stephen Earle, Mrs. Betty Mc- Donald. Officers: Dennis Wilson, president, Billie Moats, vice-presidentg Nancy Torrey, secretary-treasurer. Old members: Nancy Allen, Diane Arnold, James Barclay, Ste- phen Burke, Jody Butler, Joyce Cathey, William Dressler, Cheri Elrod, Ron Kent, Linda Lawhorn, Deborah Lohrey, David Mac- Dougall, Patricia Martin, Billie Moats, Carol Myers, Marilyn Ste- paniak, Janice Taylor, Nancy Torrey, Dennis Wilson. New members: Stephen Allison, Marlys Bell, Patricia Bradford, Stephen Briles, Pam Clayborn, Bill Collins, Ronda Crabaugh, Con- nie DeCoster, Leslie Dobbins, Stan Fitch, Gwen Foster, Joy Hal- bach, Jan Hart, Teri Higgins, Steven Hoit, Jan Holt, Daniel Huff, Connie Jacobson, Denise Jaimes, Debbie Johnson, Elizabeth John- son, Joni Johnson, Pamela Lincoln, Dean Lakten, Rita Little, Sandy Lust. Kathy Maher, Steve Meier, Diana Page, Carla Powell, Christal Ray, Garry Rickey, Adrienne Roberts, Debra Rohrbach, Dennis Sig- ler, Jennifer Southern, Glen Spence, Walter Turner, Sherry Williams, Rita Wilson, Stephen Worthington. Captions, page 188, clockwise from the top: lnductees sit in an- ticipation of the candlelighting which followed the speaker, Mr. Heathg Jan Holt lights her candle from the "candle of knowledge", Adrienne Roberts concentrates on signing her name in the roll book. Captions, page 189, top to bottom: Girls Staters Rita Little, lfleona Voiles, and Ronda Crabaugh display big smiles, Boys Staters, ront row, left to right: C. Bailey, K. Cassidy, G. Spence, K. Cassidy, recond row: J. Steinegar, D. Leeper, R. Neighbors, S. Hoit, S. Alli- son, D. Lakten, J. Knight, W. Turner. Not pictured: B. Fenton. Scholarships and awards win smiles from recipients Diane Arnold-Spanish Scholarship, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Nancy Allen-Frank G. Cromwell Scholarship at the University of Kansas, Melvin Bryant-Scholarship for Debate at Kansas City Kansas Community Junior College, Barbara Bailey- Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina, Kansas, Dennis Brown-Scholar ship for Golf at Kansas City Kansas Community Junior College, Stephen Burke-Maple Hill Optimist Club, Kansas Engineering Scholarship for greater Kansas City, University of Kansas Depart- ment of Chemical Engineering Scholarship, Joyce Cathey-Junction PTA, William Collins-Music Scholarship at Baker University, Music Scholarship at Wichita State University, Music Scholarship at Kansas State College at Pittsburg, Mike Cox-Junction PTA, Steve Cra- baugh-Athletic Scholarship at Kansas State University, James Fraz- zell-Muncie PTA, Don Fitch-Junction PTA, Kim Haden-Ottawa University, Connie Jacobson-Turner Lioness Club, Eileen Kobe- Junction PTA, Kansas State College at Pittsburg, Theresa Kovich- Muncie PTA, Paul Loftin-Kansas City Columbia School of Broad- casting Scholarship, Deborah Lohrey-Muncie PTA, Linda Law- horn-Music Scholarship at Baker University, Music Scholarship at Wichita State University, David MacDouga1l-Appointment to the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, NROTC Scholarship at the University of Kansas, Patricia Martin-Baker University Presi- dential Scholarship, Harry Ritter Memorial Scholarship from the Metropolitan Avenue United Church, Elaine May-Music Scholar- ship at Wichita State University, Billie Moats-Wyandotte County Area PTA Council, Second Century Scholar Award Scholarship at Kansas State University, Honors Program at Kansas State University, Carol Myers-Trustee's Scholarship to Kansas City Kansas Com- munity Junior College, Michael Pettey-Athletic Scholarship at Kan- sas State Teachers College at Emporia, Christal Ray-Women of the Moose Lodge Scholarship, Dennis Sigler-Halhnark Cards' Scholar- ship, Gail Spaits-Oak Grove PTA, Marilyn Stepaniak-Ottawa Uni- versity, Dennis Wilson-Maitland C. Smith Scholarship Hall at Kan- sas State University, Turner Lions Club. it J f . W..z.mxw ' A LEW 41 , 1.,4fm', my Q , .Nw M ,. M 2,33 , Caps, gowns, and diplomas- seniors bid farewell to THS After donning caps and gowns in a last minute flurry of activity, three years of high school were brought to a finish for seniors with Baccalaureate and Graduation. Baccalaureate services were conducted in the Turner High audi- torium with Reverend Guy Frank Bunce of the Pentecostal Church of Free Holiness and Reverend Dwight Johnson of the Crest Bible Church in attendance. Commencement exercises, which were held in Memorial Hall May 19, began with Dr. S. Mancil Bell giving the invocation. Senior class president Jim Barclay presented the class gift, drinking foun- tains, to the school. A special touch was added to the usual cere- mony by the recognition of honor graduates. These were the six highest scholastically ranked seniors, the top three being designated as valedictorians and the others as salutatorians. The six were, by rank, Billie Moats, Patricia Martin, Nancy Allen, Carol Myers, Nancy Torrey, Steve Burke. The two top ranking seniors, Billie Moats and Patricia Martin, were the official valedictorian and salutatorian respectively. The graduates received their diplomas from Dr. Jack Haden, and with a last look at relatives and friends, marched out into the fu- ture. Captions, clockwise from the left: Paul Loftin receives his diplo- ma and smiling congratulations from Dr. Hadeng The joy of graduat- ing is reflected in the face of Bill Collinsg Graduates wait pensively for diplomasg Seniors line up for Baccalaureate servicesg Patricia Martin, salutatorian, delivers her speech " . . . In Point of Justiceng Valedictorian Billie Moats gestures during her address "Freedom: Is It Worth It?" Shelley Adams Kayettes 2,35 Kayettes Secretary 35 Pep Club l,2,3. Jean Agnew Pep Club 1,2535 Honor Pep 35 Kayettes 2,35 Kayette Board Member 35 Bowling Intra- murals 2,35 Clothing Assistant 3. Nancy Allen French Club 2,35 French Club President 35 G.A.A. 1,2,35G.A.A. Secretary-Treasurer 35 National Honor Society 2,35 Pep Club l,2,35 Quill and Scroll 35 Student Council 2,35 Choir 2,35 Choir President 35 Chorale 35 Girls' Double Trio 2,35 State Music Festival l,2,35 TURNERITE Staff 35 Gym Assistant 25 Volleyball Team l,2,35 Princess of Achievement 3. Robert Allison Sophomore Football 15 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 25 Sophomore Basketball 15 T-Club 2,35 Student Council 15 Art Club 1. Ronald Allison Boy's State 25 Sophomore Football 15Wrest- ling 15Track l5Choir 25 Intramurals l,2. Daniel Andrew Varsity Wrestling l,2,35 Track 15AVTS 3. Mary Appleton Pep Club l. Diane Arnold Art Club 2,35 Art Club President 35 Art Assistant 25 Spanish Club 2,35 Lit 8t Wit 2,35 Lit EL Wit Art Chairman 2,35 TURNERITE Staff 35 BOOSTER Cartoonist 35Quill and Scroll 35 National Honor Society 2,35 Y.F.C. 35 THS Royalty Court 3. Eddie Asher Chess Club 3. John Ashlo ck Robert Austin Ricki Bachuss Barbara Bailey Band 1,25 Lab Assistant 3. Rickey Baker Jim Barclay Class President 152,35 Junior Varsity Football l5Varsity Football 2,35 Sophomore Basket- ball 15Junior Varsity Basketball 25 Varsity Basketball 2,35 T-Club 2,35 T-Club President 35P.E. Assistant 35Student Council 35Mr. THS 3. Clubs, theater productions, and sports Kathleen Barlow Band l,2,35 Health Careers 35C.E.C. 35 A THURBER'S CARNIVAL 3: G.A.A. 3. Richard Barnes Leona Barrett Y.F.C. 1,2,3. James Bartmess Band 15 Sophomore Football l5Varsity Football 2,35 Sophomore Basketball l5Var- sity Wrestling 25 Choir 3. Michael Baugh Chess Club 3. Charles Beaty D.E.C.A. 3. Bonnie Benton Pep Club 15253. Louis Bernal Sophomore Basketball l5Junior Varsity Bas- ketball 25Track 1,25 Junior Varsity Football 152. George Biggs Sophomore Football 1. Debra Bigham Pep Club 3. Dianna Bishop F.T.A. 35 G.A.A. 2,35 Kayettes 15Pep Club l,2,35 Student Council 35 P.E. Assistant 3. Sandra Blase Pep Club 15 TAOTA 15Bowling Intramurals 2,35 INHERIT THE WIND l5Clothing As- sistant 35 Library Assistant l,2. Jolm Bloomberg Michael Boan AVTS 3. Vicky Botteron Kayettes 2,3. Patty Bradford French Club 2,35 Pep Club 1,25TAOTA 35 Y.F.C. l,2,35 French Club Vice-President 35 Home Room Officer 35 SUMMER TREE 35 A TI-IURBER'S CARNIVAL 3. Eddie Bra llier Gary Bray Y.F.C. 35 Choir 2,35 Chorale 2,35 Wrestling 2. Jess Bretthorst Kenneth Briggs Sophomore Football l5Varsity Football 2, 35 Varsity Wrestling 1,2,35T-Club 2,35 F.T.A 2,35 Gym Assistant 2. Steve Briles Sophomore Football I5 Varsity Football 2, 35 Student Council 35 Student Council Par- liamentarian 35 F.T.A. 1,25 Industrial Edu- cation Club 25 Class Representative 25 Home Room Officer 1,2,35T-Club 35 THS Royalty Court 3. Marsha Brooks Pep Club l,2,35 Turner Mascot 35 Student Council 152,35 SOUND OF MUSIC 15 Prin- cess of Fun and Mischief 35 Home Room Of- ficer 3. Cynthia Brown G.A.A. 2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Bowling Intramur- als 1,2,3. Dennis Brown Sophomore Football 15 Sophomore Basket- ball 15 Sophomore Golf 15 Varsity Golf 2,35 T-Club 2,35 A THURBER'S CARNIVAL 35 Industrial Education Club 25 J.C.L. 25 Senior Executive Council 35 Home Room Officer 1 3. s Terry Brown Science Club 35 Lab Assistant 2,3. Brenda Brumley Kayettes 2,35 Pep Club 1. Melvin Bryant Band 1,2535 Choir 2,35 Chorale 2,35 Y.F.C. 2,35 Stage Band 35 State Solo 2,35 Weather Club l,2. Robert Bryon T-Club 35 Sophomore Football 15 Wrestling 1,25 Golf 1,2,3. Earl Bunce Industrial Education Club 25 AVTS 3. Stephen Burke Sophomore Basketball 15 Cross Country 1,2, 35 T-Club 2,3513-oy's State 25 Lit St Wit 2,35 Science Club 2,35 Science Club President 25 Y.F.C. 2,35 Y.F.C. Vice-President 25 Track 1,25 Photography Club 35 National Honor Society 2,35 Lab Assistant 2,35 Prince of Promise and Success 3. Larry Burks Jane Butler 'Pep Club 152,35 TAOTA 1,25 Spanish Club 2,35 Health Careers Club 35 Health Careers Club Treasurer 35 Home Room Officer 3. help dissipate monotony for seniors at THS Jody Butler F.T.A. 23 G.A.A. 2,33 National Honor Soci- ety 2,33 Kayettes 13 Pep Club l,2,33 Honor Pep 33 Honor Pep President 33 Gym Assis- tant 2,33 Student Council 13 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1,23 Senior Class Representative 33 Bowling Intramurals 33 Home Room Of- ficer 2,3. Paul Butters Choir 2,33 Plays 1. Diane Cain F.T.A. 33 Pep Club 2,33 Quilland Scroll 33 Spanish Club 33 TURNERITE 33 A THUR- BER'S CARNIVAL 33 Bowling Intramurals 33 Volleyball Team 33 Home Room Officer 2. David Caldwell Sophomore Football 1. Daniel Callahan Industrial Education Club 23 Science Club 23 AVTS 3. Susan Callahan Kayettes 2. Timothy Callahan Art Club 33 Lit 84 Wit 3. James Callen Gym Assistant 2,3. Judy Camp Art Club 3. Jerry Campbell Jeffrey Cansler Tina Caster C.E.C. 33 Office Assistant 2,33 Bowling In- tramurals 3. Joyce Cathey Pep Club l,2,33 Pep Club Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Honor Pep 33 G.A.A. l,2,33 G.A.A. Points Secretary 23 G.A.A. President 33 Student Council 33 National Honor Society 2,33 Vol- leyball Team 2,33 Spanish Club 2,33 Gym Assistant 33 Bowling Intramurals 2,33 Prin- cess of Activities 3. Marvin Cavasos Industrial Education Club 2. Dennis Channell Pamela Clayborn G.A.A. 1,2,3g Pep Club 1,2,3g ouiil and Scroll 33 Gym Assistant 33 BOOSTER 2,33 BOOSTER Business Manager 33 Bowling In- tramurals l,2,3. Kathy Cochran Pep Club 1. Janet Collier Pep Club 13 D.E.C.A. Club 33 BOOSTER 3. William Collins Boy's State 23 Sophomore Basketball 13Var- sity Track l,2,33 Cross Country 2,33 State Cross Country Meet 2,33 State Track Meet 2,33 Cross Country "Runner of the Year" Award 33T-Club 2,33 Band l,2,33Band Pres- ident 33 Pep Band l,2,33 Stage Band 2,33 Trumpet Solo State Contest l,2,33 Brass Sex- tet 23 Kansas Lion's Band 23 Lion's Club ln- ternational Parade 23 F.C.A. 2,33 F.C.A. Treasurer 33 F.C.A. Camp 13 Y.F.C. 23 Gym Assistant 2. Walter Cordill TAOTA IQINHERIT THE WIND 1. Teresa Cornelius Science Club 1. Michael Cox Sophomore Basketball l. Anthony Coyazo Steven Crabaugh Gym Assistant 2,33 T-Club l,2,33 Varsity Football l,2,33 Track l,2,33 Junior Varsity Basketball 13 Varsity Basketball 2,33 Band 23 Homecoming King 33 Home Room Rep- resentative 23 Home Room Officer 1,23 F.C.A. 2,3. Brenda Craig D.E.C.A. 3. Katherine Craig G.A.A. 23Pep Club 1,23 Y.F.C. l,2,3QF.H.A. 13 AVTS 3. Fred Crawford Mike Crowley Band l,2,33 Manager Sophomore Basketball 1. Ralph Cummings Jerrol Davidson Spanish Club 2,33 Sophomore Track 13 Soph- omore Basketball 1. Robert Davis Varsity Wrestling 33TAOTA 33 THURBER'S CARNIVAL 33 SUMMERTREE 33 Prince of Personality 3. Sally DeBaun Kayettes 23 Pep Club l,2,33 Spanish Club 33 Spanish Club Secretary 33 Y.F.C. 13 Lab Assistant 2,33 Choir 2,33 Choir Treasurer 33 Chorale 33 Bowling Intramurals 2,33 Girl's Sextet 2,3. Deborah DeCoster Junior Varsity Cheerleader 13 Head Junior Varsity Cheerleader 13 Varsity Cheerleader 2,33 Class Vice-President 13 Class Secretary 2,3 3 Homecoming Attendant 1,23 Student Council 13Pep Club l,2,33Cheerleading Clinic 2,33 Intramurals 2,33 Bowling Intra- murals 33 Gym Assistant 2,33 Senior Execu- tive Council 33 T.H.S. Royalty Court 3. Nancy Dexter Pep Club 1,23 D.E.C.A. 33 D.E.C.A. Trea- surer 3. Barbara Dickinson Art Club 33 Pep Club 13 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 13 Spanish Club 3. James Diehl Band l,2,33 Choir 2,32 Chorale 3. John Dixon Ben Dobbs Science Club 13 Gym Assistant 2,3. Leslie Dobbins Science Club 13Student Council 33 Band 1, 23 Sophomore Football 13Tuba Solo at State 2. Gary Dobson Janice Deering Pep Club 1,2Q Bowling Intramurals 2,3. Bruce Downs Sophomore Basketball 13 Junior Varsity Bas- ketball 23 Varsity Basketball 2,33 T-Club 2,33 Band 1,23 Drum Solo to State 13 Drum Sex- tet to State 1. William Dressler National Honor Society 2,33 Science Club 13 Band l,2,33 Pep Band l,2,33 Stage Band 23 Sophomore Football 13 Home Room Repre- sentative 23 TAOTA 2,33 WAIT UNTIL DARK 23 GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE 23THE FANTASTICKS 23 MARY, MARY 23A THURBER'S CARNIVAL 3. Pat Eastwood Office Assistant 33 Library Assistant 2. Bill Edwards Class Vice-President 2,33 Junior Varsity Football 13 Varsity Football 2,33 Sophomore Basketball 13 Varsity Basketball 2,33 T-Club 2,33 T-Club Vice-President 33 Prince of Ac- tivities 33 BOOSTER 2,33 Mr. Legs Candi- date 23 Knave of Hearts Candidate 2. 193 Cheri Elrod National Honor Society 2,35 Pep Club 152,35 Lettergirl 35 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Volleyball Team 25 Bowling Intramurals 1,2,35 Gym Assis- tant 2,35 Library Assistant 15 Clothing Assis- tant 25 Youth Council Treasurer 15 Kayettes 15 F.T.A. 2,35 Home Room Representative 2. Glen Empson Sophomore Football 1. Larry Etzen Industrial Arts Club 1. Duane Everhart Vernon Ferguson Sophomore Football 15 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 25 Wrestling 25 Gym Assistant 35 BOOS- TER 2,3. Mike Finney Trina Fisher Donald Fitch F.T.A. 1,2,35 F.T.A. President 35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Quill and Scroll Vice-President 35 Gym Assistant 2,35 Junior Varsity Football 15 Varsity Football 2,35 Track 15 Sophomore Basketball 15 Junior Varsity Basketball 25 T-Club 2,35 Student Council 152,35 Student Council Election Commissioner 35 Band 1,25 BOOSTER 2,35 F.C.A. l,2,35 F.C.A. Camp 35 T.H.S. Royalty Court 3. Stanton Fitch Boy's State 25 Sophomore Basketball 15 Sophomore Football 15 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 25 Student Council 2,35 Student Council President 35 Junior Executive Council 25 Home Room Representative 25 F.C.A. 25 T.H.S. Royalty Court 3. Frank Fitzgerald Alvin Foley Industrial Education Club 15 Art Club 2,35 Choir 3. Belinda Fowler Philip Francis Band 1,25 Sophomore Football 15 Junior Varsity Football 25 Y.F.C. 1. James Frazzell Donald Fry Junior Varsity Football 2. Margaret Gaither TAOTA 1,2533 Kayettes 1,25 Pep Club 152,35 AVTS 35INHERlT THE WIND 15A THURBER'S CARNIVAL 3. Marsha Gamble AVTS 35 Pep Club 1, Debra Gammon Pep Club 1,2,35 Gym Assistant 2,3. Richard Ganaden Judy Garner Health Careers Club 35 Kayettes 2,35 Span- ish Club 25 Library Assistant 15 Lab Assis- tant 2,3. Mark Gaskill Michael Gates AVTS 3. Lin da Gilbert Isabel Gill Health Careers Club 3. Sharon Gray Mona Gregory Art Club 2,3. Janice Griffin Pep Club 1,25 Student Council 3. Loren Griffin Sophomore Football 15 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 25 Sophomore Basketball 15 BOOSTER 3. David Gutschenritter Spanish Club 2,35 BOOSTER 35 Sophomore Football 15 Junior Varsity Football 25 Track 3. Susan Gutschenritter G.A.A. 152,35 Volleyball Team 2,35 Bowling Intramurals 2,35 Gym Assistant 2,35 Pep Club 1,2. Kim Haden G.A.A. 1,2,35Student Council 15Lit 8t Wit 25 Lit 84 Wit Advertising Manager 35 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1,25 Varsity Chereleader 35 Class Representative 2,35 Gym Assistant 2,35 Quill and Scroll 35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Bowling Intramurals 1,25 BOOSTER 35 BOOSTER Assistant Editor 35 A THUR- BER'S CARNIVAL 35 Princess of Personal- tiy 3. Vaughn R. Hafner Sophomore Basketball 15Sophomore Foot- ball 15 Junior Varsity Football 2. Vaughn V. Hafner Junior Classical League 1,2535 Science Club 2,3 5 Photography Club 25 Sophomore Basket- ball Manager 1. Anna Hager Kayettes 35 Pep Club 35 Bowling Intramurals 2,35 Library Assistant 3. Joyce Hale AVTS 3. Steve Hampton Raymond Hanners D.E.C.A. 35 D.E.C.A. Constitution Chairman 3. Keith Hansen Kathleen Harding Bowling Intramurals 1,2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Gym Assistant 2,35 Volleyball Team 25 Pep Club 1,2,35 Pep Club President 35 Pep Club Pro- gram Chairman 25 Pep Club Sergeant-at-arms 15 Lettergirl 35 Quill and Scroll 35 BOOSTER 35 T.H.S. Royalty Court 3. Roy Hardman Debbie Harrison Jack Hart Industrial Education Club 25 Sophomore Football 15 Gym Assistant 3. Joey Harvey Dennis Hatch Sophomore Football 15 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 2. Teresa Heckman Kayettes 1,2,35 Kayettes Secretary 25 Kay- ettes President 35 Pep Club 1,25 Clothing As- sistant 3. Lloyd Henthrone Track 1. Kenneth Hibbs Choir 1,2,35Chorale 152,35 INHERIT THE WIND 15MY FAIR LADY 35 AVTS 3. Roxanne Hicks Health Careers Club 2,35 Kayettes 3. Teri Higgins French Club 2,35 Lit Sr Wit 35 Choir 2,35 Girls Trio 2,35 Chorale 35 Photography Club 35 Science Club 25 Y.F.C. 25 TURNERITE 35 TAOTA 1,2,35 TAOTA Vice-President 35 Golden Masque 2,35INHERIT THE WIND 15THE SOUND OF MUSIC l5THE ODD COUPLE 15 WAIT UNTIL DARK 25 GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE 25THE FANTASTICS 25MARY, MARY 25A THURBER'S CARNIVAL 35SUM- MERTREE 35 MY FAIR LADY 3. Yvonne Hildebran Pep Club 1. Cheryl Hodge Health Careers Club 1,25 Kayettes 2,35 Kay- ette Board Member 35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Bow- ling Intramurals 152,35 Clothing Assistant 35 Foods Assistant 3. Janet Holt Junior Varsity Cheerleader 35 Pep Club l,2,35 Pep Club Sergeant-at-arms 3 5 Lettergirl 35 Student Council l,2,35Class Secretary I5 Class Treasurer 25Intramurals 35 Gym Assis- tant 25 Home Room Officer l,2,35 Princess of Charm 3. Marvin Hovis Industrial Education Club 25 Boy's State 25 Lit 8: Wit 35 Science Club 3 5 Chess Club 35 Boy's Pep Club 3. Dale Hummel Track 15Industrial Education Club 25 Intra- murals l,2. Ricky Israel Connie Jacobson Pep Club 1,25 Lit 8r Wit 35 French Club 2,35 French Club Treasurer 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Y.F.C. 25 Girl's Intramurals 1,25 TURNER- ITE 2,35 TAOTA 2,35 A THURBER'S CAR- NIVAL 3. Paul James Art Club 1,2,35F.T.A. 25 T-Club 25 Photog- raphy Club 25 Football Manager 2. Betty Johnson G.A.A. 2,35Pep Club l,2,35 Turner Bear Al- ternate 35 Bowling Intramurals 35 Senior Ex- ecutive Council 35 Choir 2,35 Choir Secretary 35 Chorale 35 Girl's Double Trio 2,35 Band 2,3. Debbie Johnson Pep Club 1,2,35Majorette l,2,35 Bowling Intramurals 2,3. Danny Jones Sophomore Football 15 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 25 Sophomore Basketball I. Debbie Jones Pep Club 1,2,35Lettergirl 35 Quill and Scroll 35 BOOSTER 35 Spanish Club 35 Gym Assis- tant 2,35 Bowling Intramurals 1,2535 Wyan- dotte West Correspondent 3. Judy Jones Health Careers Club 35 TAOTA l,2,35 Y.F.C. l,2,35 Service Club 25THE SOUND OF MUSIC l5SUMMERTREE 35MY FAIR LADY 3. Jack Joyce Sophomore Basketball 1. Paul Joyce Sophomore Basketball 1. Terry June Sophomore Basketball 15 Sophomore Foot- ball 1. Joann Keener Phillip Kelley Sophomore Football 1. Ronald Kent Boy's State 25 French Club 2,35 National Honor Society 2,35 Gym Assistant 35 Choir 1,2,35Chorale l,2,35 T.H.S. Royalty Court 35 MY FAIR LADY 3. Joyce Kiff Kayettes 2,35 Pep Club 2,35 Junior Achieve- ment 2,35 Clothing Assistant 35 Library As- sistant l,2. Shirley Kireh Biology Lab Assistant 25 Clothing Assistant 35 Office Assistant 2,3. John Kissell Band 1,25TAOTA 1,25 Y.F.C. 2. Mark Knight AVTS 3. Eileen Kobe Pep Club I5 Spanish Club 3. Kathleen Kovich TAOTA I,25INHERIT THE WIND 15 Pep Club l,2,35 Art Club 35 AVTS 3. Theresa Kovich French Club 2,35 Kayettes 25 Pep Club l,2,35 Honor Pep 35 TAOTA 15 Bowling Intra- murals 2. Mary Krzesinski Pep Club l,2. Charles Lambeth Industrial Education Club 1. Martin Lautenschlager D.E.C.A. 35 President of D.E.C.A. 3. Linda Lawhorn French Club 2,35 French Club Secretary 35 Band 1,2535 Band Vice-President 35 Pep Band l,2,35 Baldwin Honors Band 2,35 Band Librarian l,2,35 Pep Club 1,25 National Hon- or Society 2,35 Lit St Wit 35 Quill and Scroll 35 TURNERITE 2,35 Y.F.C. 2,35 Intramurals 1,2,35TAOTA l,2,35 INHERIT THE WIND 15 THE SOUND OF MUSIC 15 GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE 25 WAIT UNTIL DARK 25MARY, MARY 25A THURBER'S CARNIVAL 35 SUMMER TREE 35 Princess of Talent 3. Dianna Lawson G.A.A. 2,35 Bowling Intramurals 2,35 Volley- ball Team 35 Pep Club 1,25 Biology Lab As- sistant 2. Patricia Lemaster G.A.A. 2,35 Art Club 35 Kayettes 2,35 Y.F.C. 3. Robert Leslie Debra Lewis French Club 25 G.A.A. 2,35 Health Careers Club 35 Pep Club 15C.E.C. 35 Bowlingln- tramurals 25 Biology Lab Assistant 2. Rodney Lillard AVTS 3. Bob Little TAOTA l,25INHERIT THE WIND 15THE SOUND OF MUSIC l5THE ODD COUPLE I5WAIT UNTIL DARK 25 GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE 25THE FANTASTICKS 25MARY, MARY 25 AVTS 3. Sharon Little Dennis Lobb Sophomore Football 15 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 25 Track I5 Sophomore Basketball I5In- dus trial Education Club 25 Student Council 1,25 Gym Assistant 25 AVTS 35Prince of Charm 3. Paul Loftin Science Club 15 TAOTA l,2,35 Student Council l,25INHERIT THE WIND I5 THE ODD COUPLE 15GEORGE WASHING- TON SLEPT HERE 25MARY, MARY 25 A THURBER'S CARNIVAL 3. Deborah Lohrey Pep Club 1,2,35G,A.A. 152,35 G.A.A. Vice- President 35 Volleyball Team 1,2535 National Honor Society 2,35 Gym Assistant 2,3. Perry Long AVTS 3. Paula Lowry Pep Club 1,25 Y.F.C. 1,23 V-EA. C11-lb 33 AVTS 3. Sandy Lust Pep Club 15 Quill and Scroll 35 Bowling In- tramurals 1,25 BOOSTER 3. Gary Luttrell TAOTA 2. Michael Macan D.E.C.A. 3. David MacDougall Boy's State 25 T-Club 2,35 Photography Club 2,35 Photography Club President 35 Science Club 25 Basketball Statistician l,2,35 Track 1,25 Cross Country l,2,35 Regional Cross Country Meet l,2,35 Regional Track Meet 25 BOOSTER 2,35 TURNERITE 35 Quill and Scroll 3. Donald Magill Ricky Main Football Manager 25 Wrestling Manager 2,3. Donna Mansell Band l,2,35 J.C.L. 15 Y.F.C. 1. Ronald Manthei Junior Varsity Football 2. Patricia Martin F.T.A. 1,2,35 Kayettes 1,25 Kayettes Trea- surer 25 Pep Club 1,25 BOOSTER 25 TUR- NERITE 2,3 5 TURNERITE editor 35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Spanish Club 2,35 Spanish Club President 35 Girl's State 25 Home Room Officer 35 U.M.K.C. Saturday Seminars 35 National Honor Society 2,3. Richard Marvel Sophomore Football 1. Pamela Mattox Art Club 2,35 Art Club Secretary 35 Lit 82 Wit 35 Pep Club l,25TAOTA 1,25 TURNER- ITE 35 Quill and Scroll 35Intramurals 1,2,35 Art Assistant 35 Library Assistant 15 Biology Lab Assistant 2. Elaine May Band 1,2,35 Pep Band 1,2,35Clarinet to State Music Festival 25 Clarinet Quartet to State Music Festival 1,25 National Honors Band 25 Pep Club 2. Kara McClellan G.A.A. 1,2,35 Volleyball Team 2,35 Bowling Intramurals 1,2,35 Gym Assistant 2,35 Stu- dent Council 1,25 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 15 Varsity Cheerleader 2,35 Head Varsity Cheerleader 35Cheerleading Clinic 2,35 Pep Club 1,2,3. Patricia McClure Office Assistant 2,3. Marlin McCutcheon Cross Country 15 Wrestling 1,25 Gym Assis- tant 2,3. Melinda McCutcheon Kayettes 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,35Lettergirl 35 Vice-President of Pep Club 35 Gym Assistant 2,35 Bowling Intramurals 1,2,3 5 Homeroom Ofticer l,2. Rheta McDaniel Vickie McGowen Pep Club 15 Home Room Officer 2,3. Timothy McHenry AVTS 3. Daniel Michael Sophomore Football 15 Sophomore Basket- ball l5TAOTA 2,35WAIT UNTIL DARK 25GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE 25 A THURBER'S CARNIVAL 35 Band 1,2,3. Janet Miller F.T.A. 1,2,35G.A.A. 1,2,35 Kayettes 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 Spanish Club 2,35 Student Council 35Choir 25 Senior Executive Coun- cil 35 Bowling Intramurals l,2. Richard Mills Billie Moats French Club 2,35 French Club Secretary 25 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Basketball Team 25 Volleyball Team 35 National Honor Society 2,35 Nation- al Honor Society Vice-President 35 Lit 8t Wit 1,2,35 Lit 8a Wit Vice-President 2,35 Pep Club 15 Quill and Scroll 35 Student Council 1,2,35 Girl's State 25 TURNERITE 35 Biology Lab Assistant 25 Senior Executive Council 35 Na- tional Conference of Christians and Jews 35 Princess of Promise and Success 3. Deborah Moore D.E.C.A. 3. Denise Moore Health Careers Club 35 Health Careers Presi- dent 35 Pep Club 1,25C.E.C. 35 Biology Lab Assistant 2,3. Vicki Moore Kayettes 2,3. Julie Morgan Pep Club 15 Bowling Intramurals l,2. Patrick Murphy Band l,2,35Weather Club 1,25 Y.F.C. 25 TAOTA 1,2,35INHERIT THE WIND 15 THE ODD COUPLE 15 WAIT UNTIL DARK 25 GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE 25 THE FANTASTICKS 25 A THURBER'S CARNIVAL 3. Randy Murphy F.T.A. 1,2,3 5 Industrial Arts Club 1,2,35 Industrial Arts Club Vice-President 35 Gym Assistant 35 Wrestling 1 25 Sophomore Foot- ball 15 Junior Varsity Football 25 Student Council 35 Health Careers Club 35 Home Room Officer 35 Dress Code Chairman 35 Prince of Fun and Mischief 3. Brenda Myers Pep Club 1,25 Junior Varisty Cheerleader 15 Home Room Officer 3. Carol Myers National Honor Society 2,35 Lit 8a Wit l,2,35 Lit 8a Wit Treasurer 25 French Club 2,35 French Club Executive Council 1,2,3. Geoffrey Myer Sophomore Football 15 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 25 Varsity Football 35 Sophomore Bas- ketball 15 Band 1,2,35 Band Vice-President 2. Steven Mynatt AVTS 3. Patricia Navarrett D.E.C.A. 3. Marsha Nave Kayettes 1,2,35 Kayettes Vice-President 35 F.T.A. 25 Pep Club 1,25 Choir 2,35 Chorale 3. Julie Nicholson Health Careers 1. Douglas Nutt AVTS 3. Vickie O'Neal Student Council 1,2,35 Student Council Par- liamentarian 25 Student Council Treasurer 35 F.T.A. 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,2535 Varsity Cheer- leader 2,35 Junior Varsity Alternate 15 G.A.A 1,2535 Gym Assistant 2,35 Kayettes 1. Diana Page Kayettes 15 Pep Club 1,25 Student Council 1, 2,35 Girl's Double Trio 2,35 Choir 2,35 Chor- ale 3. Linda Parker Wallace Parsons F.T.A. 25 TAOTA 35 SUMMERTREE 35 A THURBER'S CARNIVAL 35 MY FAIR LADY 35 Football l,2,35 Wrestling 1. Vicky Patterson AVTS 3. Judy Payne C.E.C. 35 Clothing Assistant 3. Mark Payne Science Club 1,25 Stamp Club 1,25 Chess Club 35 Sophomore Football 15 Junior Var- sity Football 25 Junior Varsity Basketball 25 Sophomore Basketball 2. Ronald Peak Connie Peck Valerie Peden Burlie Pedigo Julie Peek Terry Peniston Band 1,2,35 Pep Band 1,2,35 Stage Band 3. Patricia Perry Kayettes 3. Michael Pettey Home Room Officer 35 Boy's State 25 Var- sity Football 1,2,35 Sophomore Basketball 15 Junior Varsity Basketball 15 Varsity Basket- ball 2,35 Varsity Track 1,2,35 T-Club 1,2,35 F.T.A. 15Y.F.C. 15BOOSTER 2,35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Quill and Scroll Treasurer 35 Gym Assistant 35 Prince of Athletics 3. Audrey Pitts Pep Club l,2,39 Lettergirl 39 G.A.A. 19 Bowling Intramurals 1,2,3Q Student Council 39 BOOSTER 39 Office Assistant 293. Cynthia Pitts Bowling Intramurals 1. Janice Pitts G.A.A. 39 Pep Club l,2,39 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 19 Student Council l,2,3. Jerry Pitts Carla Powell French Club 2,39 F.T.A. l,2,39 F.T.A. Trea- surer 2g F.T.A. Vice-President 3g Kayettes 29 Lit 81, Wit 2,39 Lit 8r Wit Secretary 2,39 Pep Club 1,29 Quill and Scroll 3g BOOSTER 39 Biology Lab Assistant 29 Y.F.C. 293. Linda Powers AVTS 3. Bill Pugh Carl Rakes Band l,2. Christal Ray French Club 2,39 G.A.A. l,29TAOTA 19 Band l,2,39C.E.C. 39 Lab Assistant 2. Judith Reed J.C.L. 29 Art Club 3. Steven Rice Gym Assistant 2,39 T-Club 2,39 T-Club Offi- cer 39 Football 19 Varsity Football 2,39 Sophomore Basketball 19 Sophomore Class Treasurer 19 Senior Class Treasurer 3. Nancy Richards Pep Club 19Clothing Assistant 3. Wanda Richards Pep Club 2,39 Senior Executive Council 3. James Richman Home Room Officer 39 Sophomore Football 19 Junior Varsity Football 29 Sophomore Basketball 19Industrial Education Club 2. Garry Rickey Boy's State 29 TAOTA l,2,3Q TAOTA Presi- dent 39 Golden Masque 2,39 Best Supporting Actor 2g Director's Award 29 INI-IERIT THE WIND IQTHE SOUND OF MUSIC l9THE ODD COUPLE 19 WAIT UNTIL DARK 29 GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE 29THE FANTASTICKS 29 MARY, MARY 2QA THURBER'S CARNIVAL 39 SUM- MERTREE 39MY FAIR LADY 39 Band 19 Pep Band 19Choir 1,2,39Cl1orale 2,39 State Music Festival 29 State Speech Festival 29 Interscholastic Debate 39 Prince of Talent 3. Frederic Rieger Junior Varsity Football 29 Chess Club 3. Jim Rittenhouse Science Club 19 Weather Club 19 Varsity Football Manager 2,39 Varsity Wrestling Manager 2,39 AVTS 3. Adrienne Roberts Lit 62 Wit 29 Pep Club l,2,39 Gym Assistant 2,3Q Spanish Club 2,39 Y.F.C. l,2,39 Choir 2,39 Choir Vice-President 29Chorale 39 Ser- vice Club 29 A THURBER'S CARNIVAL 3g Home Room Officer 1,29Girl's Sextet 2, 39 State Contest 2,39 State Contest Sextet 2, 3. Tamala Roberts Pep Club 1,2Q Kayettes 19 O.E.A. 3g AVTS 3. Vicki Roberts AVTS 3. Kathleen Rogers AVTS 3. Debra Rohrbach French Club 2,39 F.T.A. 39 Lit SL Wit 39 Pep Club l,2,3Q Honor Pep 39 Quill and Scroll 39 TURNERITE 39 Bowling Intramurals 2,3. Karen Root Pep Club 19 French Club 2. John Ross Cross Country 1. David Rupert Joe Salinas Sophomore Football lg Junior Varsity Foot- ball 2. Jerry Sams Sophomore Football 19 Sophomore Basket- ball 1. Pamela Sanders Pep Club 1,2Q G.A.A. 1,2,3Q Kayettes 1. Leo Santoyo Junior Varsity Wrestling 1 9 Varsity Wrestling 29 Home Room Officer 39 D.E.C.A. 3. Brenda Saylors Pep Club 1. Bridget Schroeder PepClub 19 AVTS 3. William Scott Gym Assistant 29 AVTS 3. Jeannett Sedivy Health Careers Club 29Weather Club 1. Jeffery Sharp Sophomore Football 19 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 29 Sophomore Basketball 19 Junior Var- sity Basketball 29 Home Room Officer 1,2,3. Mary Sharp G.A.A. 19 Health Careers Club 1,2Q Pep Club 19TAOTA 29 AVTS 3. Michael Shoemaker Health Careers Club 3. Dennis Sigler Sophomore Football 19 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 2. Vicki Siler Pep Club 1,2,3Q Pep Club Secretary 2,39 Gym Assistant 2,39 Lettergirl 3g Spanish Club 39 BOOSTER 39 Ouill and Scroll 39 Bowling Intramurals 1,2,3Q Senior Executive Council 3. Dennis Smith F.T.A. l,2,39 Lit Er Wit 39 Sophomore Foot- ball 19 Junior Varsity Football 29Varsity Football 39 Track 19 Sophomore Basketball Manager 19 Junior Varsity Basketball Statis- tjcian 29 Varsity Basketball Statistician 39 Home Room Officer 1. Jennifer Southern French Club 2,39 Pep Club 1,29 Band l,2,39 Home Room Officer 3 9 TAOTA 39 A THUR- BER'S CARNIVAL 3. Gail Spaits Pep Club 192,39 Art Club 2,39 Art Club Vice- President 39 Lit 85 Wit 39 TAOTA 29 Lab As- sistant 2,39TURNERITE 39 Quill and Scroll 3. Carol Sparks Spanish Club 2,39 Spanish Club Treasurer 39 F.T.A. l,2,3. Daryl Sprague AVTS 3g V.l.C.A. Treasurer 3. Bobby Stafos Vicki Stafos Pep Club 1. Marilyn Stepaniak G.A.A. 2,39 Volleyball Team 29 National Honor Society 2,39 Lit Sr Wit 39 Pep Club 19 Quill and Scroll 2,3Q Quill and Scroll Presi- dent 39 Science Club 2,3Q Biology Lab Assis- tant 2,39 Y.F.C. 39 Band 1,29 TURNERITE 2,3Q Home Room Officer 19 A THUR- BER'S CARNIVAL 3. Deborah Stephen Kayettes 3g Pep Club 19 Junior Achievement 3. Sandra Stephens Rusty Stephenson Varsity Cross Country 19 Industrial Educa- tion Club 29 Science Club 29 Intramurals 1,29 Service Club 1,2,3Q Biology Lab Assistant 2g Office Assistant 1,2,3. Calvin Stewart Sophomore Football 1. Rebecca S tirling Pep Club l,2,35 Honor Pep 35 Student Coun- cil 1,2,35 Gym Assistant 3. Rob S tokesberry AVTS 3. James Stout Varsity Track l,2,35 Junior Varsity Football 1,25 T-Club l,2,35 T-Club Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Art Club 35 T.H.S. Royalty Court 3. Brenda Summers Pep Club 1,25 Bowling Intramurals 2,3. Clyde Sweeten F.T.A. 25 D.E.C.A. 35 Home Room Officer 3. Nina Sweetwood Health Careers Club 35 Kayettes 2,35 Pep Club 1,2. Vicki Sweetwood Y.F.C. l,2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Kayettes 25 AVTS 3. Gary Swenson Sophomore Basketball 15 Track 15Cross Country 2. Steve Szczygiel Health Careers Club 35 F.T.A. 15 TAOTA 25 WAIT UNTIL DARK 25 Sophomore Bas- ketball 15Home Room Officer 35 Boy's State 25 Junior Varsity Basketball 25 Service Club 25 Lab Assistant 25 Senior Lounge Commit- tee 3. Michael Taulbert Wrestling 25 Home Room Officer 1. Janice Taylor Spanish Club 2,35 Student Council l,2,35 Student Council Secretary 35 Student Coun- cil Workshop 2,3 5 National Honor Society 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Pep Club 1,2,35Letter- girl 35 F.T.A. 2,35 F.T.A. Secretary 35 Bowl- ing Intramurals 2,35 Girl's State 25 TURNER- ITE 35 Office Assistant 25 Senior Lounge Committee 35 Senior Executive Council 35 Junior Achievement 25 State F.T.A. Conven- tion 35 MY FAIR LADY 35 T.H.S. Royalty Court 3. George Thomas Sophomore Basketball 15 Band l. Willard Thomas Michael Thompson AVTS 3. Randall Thurman Sophomore Basketball 1. Michael Tice T-Club 2,35 Track 2,35 Y.F.C. 2,35Choir 2,35 Chorale 2,35 Sophomore Basketball 15 Varsi- ty Cross Country 2,3. Dennis Tobin Industrial Education Club 25 Biology Lab Assistant 25 Wrestling Manager 3. Warren Toler Wayne Toler Nancy Torrey F.T.A. 35 Lit 84 Wit l,2,35 Pep Club 1,2535 Gym Assistant 2,35 Spanish Club 35 Student Council 2,35 Varsity Cheerleader 2,35 Service Club 1,25 Cheerleading Camp 2,35 Girl's State 25 Student Council Workshop 35 Student Handbook Chairman 35 National Honor Soci- ety 2,35 Secretary-Treasurer of National Honor Society 35 Vice-President ofStudent Council 35 Home Room Officer l,25Volley- ball Team 3. Karen Tunks Daniel Turk Sophomore Basketball 15 Industrial Arts As- sistant 35 Peter Ulasien Band l,2,35 Drum Major 2,35 Industrial Edu- cation Club 15 F.T.A. 3. Richard Urie Art Club 35 Sophomore Football 15 Wrestling 15 Golf l,2,3. Michael Vail Sophomore Football I5 F.T.A. 1. Stephen Vance Art Club 2. Debbie VanLerberg Marsha VanPelt John Viver Photography Club 3. Susan Walker Pep Club 1,25 Bowling Intramurals 2,3. Mary Wall Pep Club 1,25 Bowling Intramurals 3. Patti Wallace Pep Club 1,25 Bowling Intramurals l,2,3. George Walton Linda Ward Y.F.C. 15 Kayettes 35 Health Careers Club 3. Scott Warriner Julie Weathers Pep Club 15 G.A.A. l,2,35 Bowling Intramu- rals 35 Home Room Officer 2,35 Miss Sweet Heart '70 25 Homecoming Queen 3. Carolyn Weber Y.F.C. 3. Billy Weems Sophomore Football 15 Sophomore Basket- ball 15 Junior Varsity Wrestling 2. Glenda Welsh Kayettes 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 V.E.A. 35 AVTS 35 Library Assistant 1. Dana Whisler Pep Club l,2,35 Senior Executive Council 35 Kayettes 35 Student Council 1. Patricia Whitney Bowling Intramurals l,2,35 Bowling Intra- murals Secretary 2,35 Art Club 2,35 Clothing Assistant 35 Office Assistant 25 Intramurals 2. Dennis Wilbers Sophomore Football. Galen Williams Audrey Willis Choir 2,3. Dennis Wilson Cross Country 1,25 Sophomore Basketball 15 Track Manager 15 Football Statistician 2,35 KansanCorrespondent 2,35 Boy's State 25 Science Club l,2,35 Lit 81. Wit 2,35 Lit A2 Wit President 2,35 Science Club Reporter 25 Na- tional Honor Society 2,35 National Honor Society President 35 Student Council 2,35 Student Council Publicity Chairman 35 Ju- nior Class Representative 25 Senior Class Representative 35 National Council of Chris- tians and Jews 3. Gary Wilson Judith Wilson Kayettes 2. Larry Wilson Sophomore Football 15 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 25 Y.F.C. 35 Wrestling Manager 2. Myrtle Wilson Art Club 2,35 Art Club Point Secretary 35 Pep Club 2. Nancy Wilson Kayettes 2,35 F.T.A. 2,3. John Winslow Sophomore Football 1. Peggy Wiyninger Health Careers Club 1, ettes 2, Choir 2. Robert Wooten Sophomore Football 1. Vickie Yonts Health Careers Club 33 Health Careers Sec- retary 3, Kayettes 2, Pep Club 1,2g TAOTA 2, BOOSTER 3, Homeroom Officer 1. Dewayne York Band 1,2. Charles Zum Industrial Arts Club 1,23 Woodworking As- sistant 3. -xr ran. 'M J... 4 .-. IM4- ', fr U ' ill- " ., N., . rg . Y V f 'iw 21e4'f""""f f' r m M ' i ,MW ww ff-' U . I' i ' -ef ' W . 4 sz U it lm Captions, clockwise from the top: Taking time out from their studies in sociology are Larry Burks, Tom Kelley, Paul Joyce, Eddie Sweeton, Julie Nicholson, Richard Marvel, Yvonne Hildebran, Becky Stirling, and Dennis Smith, Seniors Andy Davis, Paul James, Barb Dickenson, Eileen Kobe, and George Walton show pride in the class of '71, Fred Rieger and Carl Rakes take time to relax in the con- troversial senior lounge. Graduating seniors will laughter, headaches, ln 5 years SHELLEY ADAMS will iinally realize her homeroom LES DOBBINS wills his red hair to Mr. Kirkman. teacher is Mr. Heath, and not Miss Winter. JEAN AGNEW wills her seat in English to any wide-awake ju- ruor. NANCY ALLEN wills her height to Kandy Archer. When RON ALLISON 'S built and BOB ALLISON'S looks merge, it will be death for all Tumer chicks. DANNY ANDREWS wills his tremendous height to Rodney Webb. In 5 years DIANE ARNOLD will get an award for her LIT 81. WIT covers. ROBERT AUSTIN wills his ability to tear up cars to Bobby Kirch. RICK BACHUSS wills Larry Miller the right to be a senior. BARB BAILEY wills her broken test tubes to any butterfin- gered sophomore taking chemistry next year. RICK BAKER wills Mr. Jones to the juniors. In 5 years, JIM BARCLAY will turn in his 1971 wills and prophecies. KATHY BARLOW wills all of her dates with Ken to Mac. LEONA BARRETT sees the world coming to an end in 5 years. In 10 years, JIM BARTMESS will be working in a pet store. CHARLES BEATY wills his overwhelming wit to Walter Tur- ner. In 5 years, LOUIE BERNAL will be playing drums for Santana. DIANA BISHOP wills David Szczygiel one of her good moods. JOHN BLOOMBERG wills Ted Culberson's jokes to the sopho- mores. VICKIE BOTTERON wills Mr. Jones 3 boxes of 24 detention pads. EDDIE BRAILLIER wills Mr. Jones the permanent job of la- trine orderly. PATTY BRADFORD wills her sweat glands to Robin Mailberg so she can sweat out school next year. GARY BRAY wills his bike speedometer to Walter Turner. JESS BRETTHORST wills Mrs. Heidler a bottle of Sun-In to keep the gray away. Hee! KENNY BIRGGS wills his Driver's Ed book to John Smith. STEVE BRILES wills his knowledge of the real reason why Lindsay broke up with Stan to the student body. MARSHA BROOKS wills the old bear outfit to Mrs. Spitser. DENNY BROWN wills Mrs. Spitser to Dennis Hillhouse hoping she won't censor him. TERRY BROWN wills Chuck Thomas 2 more squirrels for his Ford Falcon. BRENDA BRUMLEY wills the 3rd floor of T.H.S. to Mrs. Rob- erts. In 10 years EARL BUNCE will take Andy Granatelli's place. STEVE BURKE wills his cross-country letter back to Mr. Jones. JODY BUTLER wills her gym class to Ronda Crabaugh. Sing your song, Ronda! In 5 years DIANE CAIN will be on the cover of Glamour maga- zine. DAVID CALDWELL Wills his HOT ROD magazine to any un- derclassman who can get it back from Mrs. Heidler. , DAN CALLAHAN wills a Troost lst prize to Don Bell. TIM CALLAHAN wills his knit pants to Buzzy Fenton. JUDY CAMP wills her Dutch-boy wig to Mr. Kirkman. JEFF CANSLER wills his attention in Speech to Mrs. Chaisson. JOYCE CATHEY wills the dust in her locker to Jim Downs to match the collection around his chemistry book. BILL COLLINS sees the world finally realizing that God and love are the only things that people need. STEVE CRABAUGH wills his ability to get along with Mrs. Heidler to Walter Turner. I In 10 years FRED CRAWFORD will get the Rubber Ducky award for burping like a horse. ANDY DAVIS wills his Personality title to his brotherg maybe he won't be as conceited as he is now. SALLY DEBAUN wills Miss Marshall one 5th hour of silence. In 5 years DEB DECOSTER sees the J.V. cheerleaders taking Sth place at clinic. BARB DICKINSON wills her life-long friendship with Paul James to Lisa Wicinski. fSorry, Joycelj JOHN DIXON wills Shannon Pitts all the luck and trouble he had his senior year. In 10 years BEN DOBBS will be the star of the Stoney Burke Show. In 10 years GARY DOBSON will make his first Tarzan movie. BRUCE DOWNS will his basketball shoes to Coach Shoemaker to bury. BILL DRESSLER wills his curling iron to Buzzy Fenton. CHERI ELROD wills Greg to Jean Hinds. In 10 years LARRY and VALERIE ETZEN will have 21 chil- dren. VERNON FERGUSON wills Bill Edwards and Jim Barclay a handball. STAN FITCH wills the hang-ups in Stu-Co to next year's presi- dent. JAY FOLEY wills the Senior Lounge to anyone fool enough to go rn. 1 PHIL FRANCIS wills his six-pack cooler to Dave McVeigh. In 10 years DON FRY will still be telling Debbie that he has to work. RICHARD GANADEN wills the biology classes to the frogs. DANNY GARMOE wills his gearshift to next year's hot rodder. JUDY GARNER wills Mrs. Roberts' 4th hour the ability to grow up. GRACIE GILL wills all her hopes and fears to her brother. SHARON GRAY wills her bad home living grades to Debbie Cavasos. JANICE GRIFFIN wills all her barrettes to Belinda Taylor. VAUGHN HAFNER wills his chess playing ability to Chuck Thomas. In 10 years STEVE HAMPTON will give Vickie her 10th pre-en- gagement ring. KATHY HARDING wills Janet Bailey her position as Pep Club President. ROY HARDMAN wills the physics classes his paper airplane. DEBBIE HARRISON wills Mr. Bolin a pack of cigarettes. JOEY HARVEY wills his bicycle to Mr. Shannon. KEITH HATCH wills his quiet personality to his brother in re- turn for his great athletic pull with the coaches. In 10 years ROXANNE HICKS will still be the non-marriage- able type. In 5 years TERI HIGGINS will win the Best Actress Award. JAN HOLT wills 25 lbs. of potatoes to Richard Leeper. MARVIN HOVIS wills Walter Turner his curly hair. PAUL JAMES wills his great personality to Lisa Wicinski. In 5 years BETTY JOHNSON will quit teaching after student teaching at T.H.S. E DEBBIE JOHNSON wills her cloddy marching boots to Mary vans. DEBBIE JONES wills next year's letter girls good luck in being able to do the TURNER spell-out cheer. JUDY JONES wills Mark Rosenau her instinct for next year. JACK JOYCE wills Shirley Radford the cookbook "lOl Ways to Make Chocolate Chip Cookies." PAUL JOYCE wills his rolling ability to Les Keith. EILEEN KOBE wills her modeling lessons to the sophomores and juniors who are in need fof style and grace. TERI KOVICH wills all her gray hair to Sherry. MARTIN LAUTENSCHLAGER wills his tools to Ken Dwight. ROBERT LESLIE wills his Ford to the nurse to doctor up. RODNEY LILLARD wills 5M left-handed Venezuelan ostriches to the cooks. DENNY LOBB wills his ability to drive to Karen Sweeney. PAUL LOFTIN wills Mr. Jones his Ramblerg it matches his personality-shot. DEBBIE LOHREY wills her position as volleyball team captain to Gwen Foster. PAULA LOWRY wills her secretarial skills to anyone who wants to get in good with her boss. DON MAGILL wills his physique to Steve Meier. ELAINE MAY wills her long blond hair to Mr. Kirkman. KARA MCCLELLAN wills her STAR to Sherry Kennedy since she thinks she already has it. MARLIN McCUTCHEON wills two dozen eggs to the Smith Family. MELINDA McCUTCHEON wills her pug nose to Nancy Kelly. DAVID MAC DOUGALL wills Bro and Rocky his use of the darkroom. F I and responsibilities to classes of '72 and '73 DAN MICHAEL wills his basketball ability to Mr. Minor. JANET MILLER wills her Argentine support to Lindsay Wilk- ins. In 5 years BILLIE MOATS will still be working as War Gor- respondent for Mr. Waugh. DENISE MOORE wills Don Goodwin her electric hair setter. VICKI MOORE wills her great tackling ability to the football team. In l0 years MIKE MURPHY will still be driving his VW with 2 kids, Debbie. and 2 St. Bernards in the back. RANDY MURPHY wills Sam Marrone the whole G.E.M. store. GEOFF MYER wills his nickname "Goober" to his little broth- er. VICKI O'NEAL wills her position on the cheerleading squad to anyone who can stand it. DIANA PAGE wills Andy Davis and Paul Loftin to anyone. LINDA PARKER wills to any junior her English notes and teacher. BILL PARSONS wills his SAAB to Mr. Bell. MARK PAYNE wills Bob Crossland his high intelligence so he won't feel so inferior next year. CONNIE PECK wills Mr. Jones the ability to average grades cor- rectly. MIKE PETTEY wills his ability to get along with Coach Shoe- maker to Jerry and Steve. JAN PITT S wills her boxing gloves to Sandy Myers. AUDREY PITTS wills Sandy Myers a free course in Karate. JERRY PITTS wills his Standard Oil supply to his brother. CARLA POWELL wills her title as Editor of the BOOSTER to the next unlucky person. ' KRIS RAY wills her occasional big mouth and scatter brain to Roberta Turner. STEVE RICE wills his football injuries to Ron Adams. WANDA RICHARDS wills Mr. Minor her diet for a healthy body. JIM RICHMAN wills his football shoes to Dale Stephens. JIM RITTENHOUSE wills his 6" chrome plated trainer's scis- sors to Danny South. In 5 years PAUL RUPERT will still be undecided about his fu- ture. JERRY SAMS wills Wayne Taulbert a Driver's Education book. PAM SANDERS wills her good sense of humor to Lindsay Wilk- ms. BRENDA SAYLORS wills all her lies to Patty Eickhoff. In 5 years JEANNETTE SEDIVY will be married. JEFF SHARP wills his basketball ability to Ralph DeCoudres. DENNIS SIGLER wills his Curl Free to Mr. Jones. DENNIS SMITH wills his football ability to Jay Baker. In 5 years CAROL SPARKS will teach lst graders bigger than she is. BOBBY STAFOS wills his hair to Mr. Wilkins. MARILYN STEPANIAK wills Bruce Downs 50 lbs. of ice to sh.rink his head. SANDY STEPHENS wills Dale Stephens her long hair. CAL STEWART wills Sam Kreeger a set of hair clippers. BECKY STIRLING wills her Health Spa membership to Pam Williams. BOB STOKESBERRY wills his mustache to Mr. Bolin. In 5 years JIM STOUT will have inherited 820,000,000 EDDIE SWEETEN wills his excused absences to Jane Douglas. MIKE TAULBERT wills his Pinto back to Ford Motor Com- pany. JAN TAYLOR and DON FITCH will their lasting love to any young couple who meet at the beginning of their junior year. MIKE THOMPSON wills his Halloween mask to Mr. Jones. RANDY THURMAN wills the senior lounge to anyone who can stand it. NANCY TORREY wills her cheering ability to Sherry Hale. PAUL ULASIEN wills his straight hair to Dick "Mr. Afro" Leeper. MIKE VAIL wills Curt Moore his brain. STEVE VANCE wills his ability to grow long hair to Walter Turner. MARSHA VAN PELT wills Mr. Kirkman to the class of '72. ELLEN WALL wills her height to the basketball team. In 5 years LINDA WARD will be married and have 2 kids. In 5 years BILL WEEMS will be the heavyweight boxer of the world. DANA WHISLER and STEVE CRABAUGH will their ability to get along with each other to Teresa Smith and Steve Meier . . . or is it Mike Pettey? PATTY WHITNEY wills her sociology grades to her sister Billie. DENNIS WILBERS wills Mr. Heath a different homeroom sub- stitute. GALEN WILLIAMS wills his sex appeal to anyone who can find use for it. He couIdn't. ANNE WILSON wills her success in getting the guy she wants to Vickie Gumbel. DENNIS WILSON wills his organized study habits to Rita Wil- son. In 10 years NANCY WILSON will be president of National Kayettes. ROB YEAGER wills his motorcycle helmet to Randy Killings- worth. DEWAYNE YORK wills all his F's to Mitch Bretthorst. banquet. 'il Captions, clockwise from the left: Ron- nie Kent gives Nancy Torrey some helpful hints in senior Englishg Senior Quill and Scroll members discuss their upcoming SENIORS Shelley Adams 113,135,166,191. Jean Agnew l13,l20,l66,l9l. Jill Allen 166. Nancy Allen 13,27,29,98,l00,104,106, 114,120,128,l66,175,191. Robert Allison 166. Ronald Allison 166. Daniel Andrew 143,144,166. Mary Appleton 166. Diane Arnold 27,92,109,1 15,124,128,129, 165,166. Eddie Asher 126,l66. John Ashlock 167. Robert Austin 167. Rick Bachuss 167. Barbara Bailey 113,116,167. Rickey Baker 167. Jim Barclay 25,28,32,l30,l32,l35,137, 153,l54,164,166,167,169. Bill Barlow 167. Kathleen Barlow 94,104,110,127,167. Richard Barnes Leona Barrett 167. James Bartmess 123,135,167 Michael Baugh 127,l67. Charles Beaty 167. Susan Bender 167. Bonnie Benton ll3,167. Louis Bernal 168. George Biggs 168. Debra Bigham 167. Dianna Bishop 104,107,l67,168. Sandra Blase 168. John Bloomberg 168. Michael Boan Vickie Botteron l13,l68. Patty Bradford l06,164,l68. Eddie Brallier 168. Gary Bray 98,l00,l68. Jess Bretthorst 168. Kenneth Briggs 32,lO8,130,135,136,143, 145,l68,179. Stephen Briles 10,59,123,130,135,168. Marsha Brooks 27,58,92,120,160,161, 168. Cynthia Brown 104,116,118. Dennis Brown l16,168,169. Terry Brown 168. Brenda Brumley 113,l68. Melvin Bryant 94,98,100,l68. Robert Bryon 130,168. Earl Bunce 168. Stephen Burke 26,115,1 16,125,130,148, 169,184. Larry Burks 169,199. Jane Butler l10,124,165,169. Jody Butler 35,104,120,169,178. Paul Butters 169. Diane Cain 3,5,120,124,128,l69. David Caldwell 169. Daniel Callahan 169. Susan Callahan 169. Timothy Callahan 4l,169. James Callen 108,169. Judy Camp 109,l69. Jerry Campbell 41,170. Jeffrey Cansler Tina Caster 116,127,170. Joyce Cathey 26,28,29,59,104,105,l16, l20,124,170. Marvin Cavasos 170. Dennis Channell Pamela Clayborn 102,104,170,201. Kathy Cochran 170. Janet Collier 102,111,170,187. William Collins 10,34,94,96,100,l01,130, 148,170,188,191. Jay Cordill 170. Theresa Cornelius 170. Michael Cox 171. Anthony Coyazo 171. Steven Crabaugh 10,21,24,96,108,130, 135,136,152,153,l57,l70,179,182. Brenda Craig 170. Kathleen Craig 104,l70. Fred Crawford 170. Mike Crowley 94.170, Ralph Cummings Jerrold Davidson 124,171,176. Andy Davis 2,10,17,26,29,l7l,199. Sally DeBaun 98,99,l00,116,124,170. Debra DeCoster 27,120,132,118,160,161, 164,170. Nancy Dexter 110,170,l87. Barbara Dickinson l24,170,171,199. James Diehl 94,98,100,171. John Dixon 31. Leslie Dobbins 58,l7l,l88. Ben Dobbs l08,171. Gary Dobson 171. Janice Doering 171. Bruce Downs 32,130,l52,l53,171. William Dressler 94,l16,122,126,171. Pat Eastwood 116,171. Bill Edwards 10,26,32,58,lO2,lO8,130, 135,136,139,153,156,165,171,179. Cheri Elrod 18,lO4,l07,92,120,167,17l. Glen Empson ll6,17l. Larry Etzen 172. Diane Everhart Sharon Felman 104. Vernon Ferguson 102,103,108,172. Mike Finney Trina Fisher 172. Donald Fitch 10,23,27,35,59,102,107, 108,123,127,130,135,139,164,172,179. Stan Fitch 10,19,20,27,52,5 8,172,188. Frank Fitzgerald Alvin Foley 172. Belinda Fowler 172. Philip Francis 172,179. James Frazzell 172. Donald Fry 173. Margaret Gaither 122,172. Marsha Gamble 172. Debra Gammon 17 2. Richard Ganaden 172. Danny Garmoe 84. Judy Garner 110,124,173. Mark Gaskill Michael Gates 173. Linda Gilbert Isabel Gill 110,173. John Graham 173. Sharon Gray 173. Mona Gregory l09,172. Janice Griffin l16,172. Loren Griffin 1 16,172. David Gutschenritter 102,124,172. Susan Gutschenritter 104,173. Kim Haden 10,26,28,29,l02,120,132,118 160,l61,173. Vaughn R. Hafner 173. Vaughn V. Hafner 116,173. Anna Hager 173. Joyce Hale 172. Steve Hampton 172. Raymond Hanners 111,172,187. Keith Hansen Jerry Harding 172. Kathleen Harding 27,35,102,104,118, 120,173. Roy Hardman Debbie Harrison 173. Jack Hart 173. Joey Harvey 173. Keith Hatch 37,173. Teresa Heckman ll3,174. Lloyd Henthorne 174. Kenneth Hibbs 174. Roxanne Hicks 110,113,174. Teri Higgins 106,1 l4,l22,125,128,174. Yvonne Hildebran 174. Mary Hill 174. Cheryl Hodge l13,174. Janet Holt 10,26,28,29,58,118,12O,174. Cranson Horst 174. Marvin Hovis l15,l26,174. Dale Hummel 174. Ricky Israel Connie Jacobson 106,115,128,174. Paul James 176,184. Betty Johnson 104,120,174. Debbie Johnson 35,96,21,l75,178. Danny Jones 175. Darla Jones 175. Debbie Jones 102,104,l10,114,118,120, l24,174. Judy Jones 110,122,174. Jack Joyce 175. Paul Joyce 116,175. Terry June 175. Joann Keener Phillip Kelley 174. Ronald Kent 10,12,27,l06,108,174. Joyce Kiff l13,175. Karen Kincaid 175. Shirley Kirch 175. John Kissell 174. Mark Knight 174. Mike Knight 175. Eileen Kobe l24,l75,176. Kathleen Kovich 109,l75. Theresa Kovich 106,120,l74. Eileen Krzesinski 176. Charles Lambeth 176. Martin Lautenschlager 176. Linda Lawhorn l6,20,27,29,28,94,106, 115,l28,l76. Dianna Lawson l04,176. Connie Lease Patricia Lemaster 104,109,176,177. Robert Leslie 176. Debra Lewis lO4,1 l0,127,l76. Rodney Lillard 177. Sharon Little 177. Dennis Lobb 10,26,177. Paul Loftin 19,35,177. Deborah Lohrey 104,164,176. Perry Long 176. Paula Lowry 176. Sandy Lust 18,l02,177. Gary Luttrell 177. Michael Macan 177. David MacDougall 125,128,148,150,177. Donald Magill 177. Ricky Main 116,176. Donna Mansell 94. Ronald Manthei 176. Patricia Martin 10,107,124,128,165,176, 190. Richard Marvel 177. Pamela Mattox 37,108,1 15,128,129,177. James Maxwell 177. Elaine May 94,116,177. Mike McCall 177. Kara McClellan 26,28529,35,104,118,120, 132,160,161,178. Patricia McClure 116,178. Marlin McCutcheon 108,178. Melinda McCutcheon 35,92,118,120, 164, 178. Rheta McDaniel 110,178. Vickie McGowen 178. Timothy McHenry 179. Terry McKey 179. Daniel Michael 36,94,96,119. Janet Miller 67,l04,107,124,179. Richard Mills 178. Billie Moats 3,5,10,26,28,29,58,104,106, 115,129,166,178,187,190. Deborah Moore 179. Denise Moore 110,116,127,179. Vicki Moore 113,179. Julie Morgan 179. Patrick Murphy l9,116,122,178. Randy Murphy 27,108,178. Brenda Myers 179. Carol Myers 106,115,179. David Myers 179. Geoffrey Myer 23,135,l36,179,194. Steven Mynatt 179. Patricia Navarrett 179. Marsha Nave 100,113,l79. Donna Nichols 179. Julie Nicholson 110,179,199. Douglas Nutt 180. Vickie O'Neal 58,l04,107,120,132,160, 16 1,180,187. Diana Page 10,59,88,180. Linda Parker 180. Wallace Parsons 180. Vicky Patterson 180. Judy Payne 127,180. Mark Payne 180. Ronald Peak Connie Peck 180. Valerie Peden 181. Burlie Pedigo 181. Julie Peek 181. Terry Peniston 94,181. Patricia Perry 181. Michael Petty 26,101,102,108,l30,132, 135,137,138,139,152,l53,l57,166,180. Audrey Pitts 35,92,102,l16,118,120,164, 180. Cynthia Pitts 181. Janice Pitts 59,18l. Jerry Pitts 181. Carla Powell 102,103,106,107,115,l81. Linda Powers 181. Bill Pugh 180. Carl Rakes l80,l99. Christal Ray 53,94,l04,106,l27,181, Judith Reed 109,l81. Steven Rice 108,116,l30,l35,l64,165, 169,179,18l. Nancy Richards 110,181. Wanda Richards 105,120,180. James Richman ll6,179,180. Garry Rickey 12,14,15,27,34,98,100,l22, 181. Fred Rieger Jim Rittenhouse 181. Adrienne Roberts 98,100,124,181,188. Tamala Roberts 181. Vicki Roberts 181. Kathleen Rogers 182. Debra Rohrbach 13,19,53,106,107,l20, 128,129,182. Karen Root 183. John Ross 183. David Rupert 183. Joe Salinas 183,l91. Jerry Sams 183. Pamela Sanders l0,104,116,182,190. Mark Santoyo 182. Brenda Saylors 183,191. Bridget Schroeder 183. Randy Scott Jeannett Sedivy 110,183. Jeffrey Sharp 116,l83. Kathy Sharp 183. Michael Shoemaker l10,182. Dennis Sigler 36,18,182. Vicki Siler 102,114,118,120,124,166,183, 201. Dennis Smith 183,199 Kathryn Smith Jennifer Southern 94,106,122,183. Gail Spaits 92,114,115,116,l09,l28,177, 183. Carol Sparks 124,183. Daryl Sprague 109,183. Bobby Stafos Vicki Stafos 183. Marilyn Stepaniak 104,114,128,178,183. Deborah Stephen 113,183. Sandra Stephens 116,184. Russ Stephenson 37,116,184. Calvin Stewart Becky Stirling 58,l84,199. Bob Stokesberry 184. James Stout 27,130,150,176,184. Brenda Summers 184. Clyde Sweeten 184,199 Nina Sweetwood 113,184. Vicki Sweetwood 184. Gary Swenson Steve Szczygiel 184. Michael Taulbert 184. Janice Taylor 27,35,13,58,114,l18,120, 124,128,185. George Thomas 185. Willard Thomas 185. Michael Thompson Randall Thurman Michael Tice 100,l85. Carolyn Tkatch 109,185. Dennis Tobin 185. Warren Toler 185. Wayne Toler 185. Nancy Torrey 28,34,25,58,104,29,l15, 118,120,124,l32,l60,185,20l. Karen Tunks 185. Daniel Turk 185. Paul Ulasien 18,21,96,l07,l85. Richard Urie l09,185. Michael Vail 185. Stephen Vance 185. Debbie VanLerberg Marsha VanPelt 50,1 85. John Viver Susan Walker 185. Ellen Wall 185. Patti Wallace 185. George Walton 13,185,199. Linda Ward l10,1l3,185. Scott Warriner 185. Julie Weathers 21,22,23,24,104,182, 1 83, 185. Carolyn Weber 185. Bill Weems 186. Samuel Welch Glenda Welsh 186. Dana Whisler 120,1l6,l60,186. Patricia Whitney 186. Dennis Wilbers 186. Galen Williams 186. Audrey Willis 186. Anne Wilson 109,171,186. Dennis Wilson 58,35,27,115,l16,166,186 Gary Wilson 186. Judith Wilson 186. Larry Wilson 186. Nancy Wilson l13,186. John Winslow 186. Peggy Wiyninger 186. Robert Wooten 187. Steve Worthington 94,l15,126,187. Joseph Wright 91. ' Robert Yeager 187,199. Vickie Yonts 102,110,187. Dewayne York 187. Charles Zurn 108,187. JUNIORS Ronald Adams 36,82,107,127. Thomas Adams 82. Vicky Adams 82. Larry Adcox 40,98,100. Robin Addison Judy Allen 82,l07,120. Stephen Allison 56,82,107,108,141,189. Shelley Anderson 82,127. Cheryl Andrew 107,120. Eileen Armstrong 88. Marla Askren 82,98,100,110. Michael Atwell 82. Charlie Bailey 32,82,108,130,143,144, 189. Jay Baker 82,98,100,108,135. Debbi Barbarich 82. Debbie Barlow 82. Donald Barnes 82. Sandra Bartkoski 82. Robert Beeson 82. Marlys Bell 82,94,104. Eric Berman 82. Michael Blackmore 82. Dorcy Bloomer 82. Paul Bodam 126. John Borusheski 13,19,34,82,107,109, 114,122,125,l28,141. Donna Bowdre 82,94. Craig Bowers 82. Janie Bradbury 82,11O,127. Cheryl Brotherton 107. Steven Brown 82. Diana Bryon 82,104,107,120. Buddy Burnett 82. John Callahan 82. Rich Callahan 82,98,100,141. Sharon Cameron 82,110,124. Joyce Campbell 82,122. Richard Carlson 82,108,135,153,154. Connie Carpenter 82,127. Gerald Carter 82. Randy Carter 82. Rhonda Carter 82,84,110,113. Myrna Caryl 82,106,120 Ken Cassidy 82,106,125,130,189. Kurt Cassidy 82,l06,125,130,189. Roberta Caster 82,127. Debbie Cavasos 82. Darrell Chamberlin 94, 126. Gordon Chapman 82. Timmy Chowning 82. Cynthia Clark 82,110. Marva Clark 82,98,100,107,120,122, 124. Judy Cole 82,104,110,127. Joseph Cook 82, Richard Cook 82. Scott Cooley 83,106. Rhonda Cossey 42, Rhonda Crabaugh 18,83,106,120,128, 189. Dean Crabtree 83,108,130,135,151,178. Judy Crafton 83,110. James Craig 83. Vicki Craig 83,187. Johnny Criner 83. Clifton Crozier 33,83,108,130, 141,143. Darrell Crystal 82. Ted Culberson 34,83. John Cullum 83. Diana Cumbie 83. Timothy Cummings 83. Terry Cummins 83. Cynthia Dalton 83,107,120. Charlotte Daniel 124. Brad Davis 5,16,17,83,91,122. Deborah Davis 83,102,104. Vera Davis 83. Constance DeCoster 23,80,83,104,118, 120,160,161,188. Roberta Dedrick 83. David DeGraeve 83,146. Cecil Denham 83. Allan Devriese 83. John Dexter 83. Pamela Dobbins 83,113,120 Mary Dobson 83. Gregory Dodson 83,146. Rose Doughty 83,98,100,107,120. Jane Douglas 83. James Downs 83,86,153,155. Lola Droullard 83,l07,115. Carroll Dugan 83,153,156,159. Connie Dunkin 42,83. Bill Durham 36,84. Debbie Eagles 84,113. Deborah Easton 84. David Eastwood 84. Sharon Eastwood 84. Craig Eaton 84. Patricia Eickhoff 84. Linda Enfield 84,113,122. Diane Enright Judith Erickson 84,104,107,120. Karen Etzen 84,107,118,120,163. Jeffery Fangrow 84,146. Marcia Farnham 84. Buzzy Fenton 84,124,125,128. Debra Fletcher 110,120,122. Ralph Forrest 84. Gail Foster Gwen Foster 14,84,87,104,107,120,124, 188. Jody Foulk Janet Fox 36,37,84,109. Teresa Frownfelter 84,104,107,120. Linda Fuller 84. Jim Gaignat 84. Charlotte Gann 84,107,120. Peggy Gardner 84,113. Robert Garmoe 84,94. Ann Garner 84. John Garner 84,107,124. Linda Gaskill 43. Mark Generaux 84,106. Randall Gieck 84. Becky Giger 84. Bonny Gill 84,110,127. Cindy Gladieux 84. Debra Good 84. Don Goodwin 33. Jack Grafe 84,108. Ross Grafton 130,141,142,143,144. Pat Graham 84. Rossanna Gray 84,104,105. Denise Green 84. Vickie Greenwood 84,94,127. Deborah Gulley 85,120. Vickie Gumbel 85. Susan Gunnels 85. Christy Guy 85,106. Constance Guy 85,87,98,100,107,109, 120. Shauna Haden 85,10-4,109,127. Roy Hahner 85. Joy Halbach 85,98,100,124. Steve Hall 85. Karen Hammer 85,109. David Hampton 85. Linda Harris 85. Jan Hart 85,107,120,124. Bill Hartegan Randall Hartford 85. Craig Hatch 85,130,135,143,145. Sherry Hayes 85,127. Gayla Haynes 10,13,85,87,98,100,107, 120,124. David Heidrich 85. Jeffrey Heimbach 85,94. Debbie Hellebuyck 85. Joseph Hensley 85,94. Mark Hewitt 85,130,135. Laura Heydenreich 110. Dennis Hillhouse 85. Becky Hilton 59,80,81,85,104,107,118, 120,132,160,161. Lora Hoggatt 85,107,115,120. Steven Hoit 85,108,130,135,178,189. Dianne Holenbeck 85,120. Eddie Hook 85,126. Selinda Horst 85. Charles Howell 85. Danny Huff 32,56,59,85,107,108,130, 135,139,178 Vickie Hundley 85,120. Garry Hurst 85. Cynthia Huskey 85. Denise Jaimes 85,87,98,107,120,124. Dennis Johnson 85. James Johnson Janice Johnson 85,110. Joni Johnson 85,94,120,127. Ralph Johnson 85,110. Roger Jones 85,94,108,130,135,141,143 144. Rita Justice 86,110,124. Dale Kaiser 86. Leslie Keith 86,133. Patricia Kendall 86. Randy Killingsworth 86,110. Leah Kindred 86. Dwight King 86. Robert Kirch 86. Carroll Knapp 86,94. Jack Knight 86,141,189. Michael Knight 175. David Kozikowski 86. Robert Kreeger 86. David Kring 86,107,108,130,135. Robert Ladesic 86. Sally LaForge 86. Dean Lakten 56,59,86,189. Michael Lamb 86. David Lawhorn 86,94,107,125,128,130 James Lease 86. Debbie LeBow 86. Connie Ledington 86. Marvel Lee 86. Richard Leeper 5,23,31,80,81,86,94,108 130,135,142,189. Linda Lester 86,104,107,124. Leisa Letts 86. Joyce Lewis 86,104,107. Pamela Lincoln 10,87,100,102,124. Harry Linder 87. Ricky Link 87. Rita Little 87,98,10l,l 15,1 24,189. Geraldine Logan 87. Kandy Long 87,107. Bill Lowe 93,11O,126,130,143. Linda Luce 87. Ronnie Lust Barney Luth 87,109. Diane Madison 87. Kathleen Maher 87,106,l15,128. Julie Mahoney 87. Robin Mailberg 10,12,13,14,18,87 ,98,100. Frank Mamie 87. Richard Manis 87. William Manners 87. Debra Manthei 87,107,l20. Rickie Marah 87. Carl Markus 87,107. Sammy Marrone 87. James Martin 87. Patsy Martin 87,107. Randall Martin 46. William Martin Vicky Marvine 87,107,120. Larry Mason 80,81,87,107,108,153,l55. Gary Matney 87,94,14l. Mike May 87. James McBrien 87. Terry McFarland 87. Monte McGregor 87,106,125. David McVeigh 87. Bradie McWilliams 46. Stephen Meier 31,56,87, 1 08,130,132,135, 139,152,153,157,178,189. Patricia Milam 87,106,120. Ronald Miller 87,109,141. Nancy Millhouse 87,104,105,107,120. Robert Monteil 87. Lorna Moore 87,124. Paula Moore 87. George Mortell 87. Sheryl Moyer 87,l07,120. Rickie Murphy 87. Dennis Murray Paul Musil 87,13O,135. Debra Myers 87,88. Michael Mynatt 110. Esther Navarett 46. Jeff Neighbors 88. Roger Neighbors 88,l08,130,l53,159,189 Randall Newton 88. Carol Nixon 88. Kathey Nolan 88,l04,107. Richard Norman 46. Lisa Norvell 88. Phyllis Nuesse 88,110. Ron Ogden 88. Phyllis Osborn 88. Fred Owen Steven Owen 180. Danny Owens 88,113,135,178. Stephen Pennock 47. Frances Pitts 127. Terry Pitts 47. Jacquelynn Pope 88,1l3. James Porter 88. Steven Potter 88. Jolene Powell 88. Diane Powers 88. Carolyn Preston 88,1 10. Richard Pringle 88,106. Carl Probst 47. Cheryl Pruitt 88,110,l27. James Purinton 88. Richard Quijas 88. Bill Rader 47. Shirley Radford 88,104,107,120. Dennis Rank 88. Linda Rank 88. Danny Rasdall 88,l41. Charles Reeves 88,126. Terry Rhodes Mike Richard 88. Christine Rieger 88. Dale Roberts 88,124. Pam Roberts 88. Debra Rogers 88. Cecilia Romines 88. Mark Rosenau 88. Janice Ross 88. John Ross 88. Danny Rowe 88,l07,141. Thelma Rowe 14,89,98,100. Pamela Rupard 89. David Rush 89, 106. Pamela Russell 89,98,100,124. William Sandburg 89,107,122. Lea Ann Schneider 89,104,107,109,128. Dennis Schoenberger 89. Mark Schroeppel 89. David Scott 89,130,143. Dennis Scott 89. Herbert Scott 89. Pamela Shenkel 127. Bonita Shirk 89. Kevin Shirley 89. Steven Shirley 89. Kathie Shivley 89,104,105,110,127. Jerry Shoemaker 31,89,108,130,135,138, 152. Donald Siebert 89. Robert Sills 89,109,125,128. Lester Simmons 89. Brenda Sims 89. Gary Skaggs 89,94. Steven Slankard 89. Denise Smith 89,107,120. James Smith 89,94,106. Janie Smith 89,104,120 John Smith 89,107,108,130,141,142, 143,144,178 Susan Smith 89,107,120. Teresa Smith 59,80,81,89,90,104,118,120, 160,l61. Kathaleen Snapp 37,89,113,120. Ernie South 89,146. Glen Spence 89,94,96,189. Steve Staley 49. Jack Stanley 89. Eddy States 90. Joe Steineger 32,80,88,90,99,107,108, l30,189. Nancy Stevens 90,107. Eileen Stewart 90,107,120,124. Jay Strange 9O,94. Bonnie Stueber 90. Carolyn Stutes David Szczygiel 80,90,107,108,130, 135,156. Jimmy Tarwater 90,109,122. Wayne Taulbert 90. Belinda Taylor 20,90, 104,107,118,120, 163. larry Thoele 90. Charles Thomas 90,126. John Thomas 90. Barbara Thompson 90,98. Joseph Thompson 94. Jackie Trawick 90. Barbara Tucker 122. Nelda Turk 90,l24. Roberta Turner 90,94,11O. Walter Turner 90,107,146,l89. Eddie Turney 90, 141. Bill Tyson 90,130,149,l5l. Judy Vallis 91. Mona Vitatoe 91,1 10. Cleona Voiles 91,l07,120,124,189. Larry Wadel 90. Lois Walker 90. Tim Walker 90. David Wallace 50. Pamela Wallace Barbara Walls 50,120. Paula Walsh 50. Ricky Walters 50. Ruth Walters 90. Roberta Wamsher 90. Sheila Warner 90,107. Mike Watson Barbara Weaver Michael Weaver 90. Deborah Weedle 90,122. Laura Wheeler 90,1 04,107,120. Linda White 90. Nancy White 90. Terry White 90. Theresa White 107. Billie Whitney 50. Loretta Wilbanks 90. Lindsay Wilkins 20,39,90,107,1 18,120, 163. David Willert David Williams 91. Sherry Williams 91,110,124. Susan Williams 91,106. David Willmon 91. Connie Wilson 104. Jackie Wilson 50. Rita Wilson 87,91,98,l0O,107,122. Tanya Wilson 91,104,l07,120,124. Gary Winegar 91,94. Jeanne Winslow 50,91. Deborah Winters 10,91,98. Gladys Wort 90. Sandra Wright 50. Jo Ann Wyrick 91. Rudy York 91. Sandra Zaragoza 91. SOPHOIVIORES Lorie Adams 33,40,107,113. James Agnew 40. Darrell Aiman 40. Desi Allen 40. 205 Gail Allen 40. Kenneth Allen 40,l26,140. Ronald Allen 40. David Allison 40. Doug Ammerman 40,13O. Larry Ammerman40. William Anderson 40. Kandy Archer 40,94,96,107. William Arnold 40. Sharon Austin 40. Brenda Bailes 40. Janet Bailey 40. Deborah Baker 40. Diane Barlow 40,107g Rusty Barnes 40. Melvin Barrier 40. Dennis Bartkoski 40. Gary Bartkoski 40. Carolyn Bartmess 40,120. Lawrence Bayless 40,140,146. Melinda Beagle 40,51,120. Michael Beatty 40. Donna Bechelmayer 40. Barry Beckman 40,1l6. Nancy Bender 40,1l3,1l6. Jon Benton 40. Anita Billings 40,94,122. Bonnie Bischof 40. Larry Bittner 40. Patti Boan 40. Linda Bohrer 40. Michael Bradley 40,l40,150. Bruce Bresheer 40. Mitchell Bretthorst 40,45. David Brown 41. Deborah Brown 41,120. Dorothy Brown 41,120. Esther Brown 41. Linda Brown 41,107,l16. Jill Bruce 41. Stephen Bryant 41. Thomas Bryant 41. Wayne Bryant 41,14O. Deborah Bunce 41,107,1 18,1 20,163. David Burch 41. Gary Burns 41. Vincent Bustamente 41. Bill Buskirk 41,94,116,140. Randy Butler 41. Linda Cain 41. Shelley Callahan 41,107. Billie Callen 41. James Camp 41,140. Rick Campbell Debra Cantwell 41,l20,127. Karen Carey 41. Susan Carmen 41. Kenneth Carr 41,94,140,158. Carolyn Carter 41,94. Christopher Carter l8,41,107,122. John Carter 41. Pam Carter 41. Debbie Carver 41. Debbie Chamberlin 41,116. Lorraine Chandler 41,l16. George Chapman 41,125,143. Stephen Christine 41,48,94,95. William Clem 41. Danny Clement 41. Shear-ie Cline 41,120. Donna Collins 41. Pamela Connor 94. Larry Cook 42,94. Mark Cook 42,140. Ronnie Covey 41. Sandra Covington 42. Wayne Cox 42. Debra Craft 42,116. Bob Crawford 42. Valerie Crawford 42,94. Robert Crossland 42,14l,158,179. John Crowder 31,42,56,107,l4l. Norman Cruse 42,110,l40,146. Diane Cunningham 42,120,122. Randy Czirr 42,140,141. Terry Czirr 42. Allan Davidson 42. Deborah Davis 42,94,101,110,127. Ralph DeCoudres 42,126, 140. Greg DeGrave 42,140. Mary DeLapp Thomas Denham Susan DeVault 42. Howard Dickinson 42,l40. Denise Doughty 23,42,11s,12o,163. Ronald Douglas 42. John Dover 42. Steve Dowdle 42. John Draves 42,140. Larry Dull 83. Connie Dunlap Kenneth Dwight Tony Eaton 42,94,126. Ronny Edwards 42. Donald Enlow 42 Richard Erickson 42. Sandra Eubanks 42. Mary Evans 42,94,96,120,122. Ronnie Fales 42. Robert Felix 42. Arnold Fenner 42,140. Dennis Fiene 42. Lindy Fisher 42,l09,127. Brenda Fitzgerald 42. Don Fletcher 42. Sue Folsom 42,110. Sandra Fontenot 42. Charles Ford 11,3s,42,4e,56,94,1o7,141, 15 8. Deborah Forrest 42. Terry Francis 42. James Frost 43. David Fry 43. Beth Gaither 43,122. Bonnie Gale 43. Mark Gauger 43. Melodee Gieck 43. Tina Giger 43,113,120. Patricia Gilley 110,127. Deanna Grafe 43. Daniel Graham 43. Mitchell Grandclair 43,94. Nathan Gray 43,140. Richard Griftitt 43,116. I.aVonne Grimes 43,107,110,127. Terri Grimes 43,107,120,127. Terry Groves 116. Tim Gutchenritter 43. Glen Hager 43,109. Sherry Hale 38,43,5l,75,107,1l8,163. Darlene Hall 43. Ricky Hall 43,116. Sylvia Harbord 43. TerriHarbour 38,43,80,107,l20. Rickie Haresnape 43. Sandra Harrington 43. David Harris 43. Kathy Harrison 43,104,l05,120. Linda Harrity 43,51,120. Burton Hart 43. Juanita Hart 43. Carolyn Hartford 43,94. Anita Heckman 44,113,116,120. James Helm 44,94,l07. Jerry Hendricks 44,126,140,l46. Delmar Henley 44. Jerry Heriford 44. Terry Heriford 44. Rodney Hicks 44. Carol Hilton 44,94,11O. Trula Hincha 44, 94. Jean Hinds 39,44,56,107,116,120. Jane Hinkle 44-,1l6,120,122. Silene Hoggatt 44,107,1 16,120. Rodney Hopper 43. Linda Hovis 44. Robert Howe 44, 109. Kevin Hufford 44. Lary Hurtie 44, 116. Carin Hutton 44,109,120. Debra Ingold 44. Russell Jacobs 44,l41. Patricia Jobert 44. Alan Johnson 44,94,135,154,158. Joyce Johnson 44. Joni Johnston 44. Deborah Jones 44. Debra Jones 44,94. Mary Jones 44. Dwayne Kaiser 44. James Katon 44. Charles Keilberg 44. Debbie Kelley 44, 104, 1 10. Randy Kelley 44. Nancy Kelly 44,107. Wanda Kelsey 44,94,107,113,116,120,122. Sherry Kennedy 38,44,56,107,l18,120,163 Danny Kennemore 44. Glenn Kessler 44. Michelle Kieffaber 27,44,107,1 10. Del Kiff 44,94. Ronald Kincaid 44. David King Charlene Kirch 45. Gary Kitterman 45. Douglas Knowles 45,109,116. Bob Kobe 45. Phyllis Kooken 45. Frank Korzinowski 45. John Krupco 45. Vickie Labelle 86,116. Robert Ladish 86. Timothy Lambeth 45. Bill Lammert 45. Betty Lansdown 45,127. Sandra Laster Jamie Ledington 45. Anthony Lee 45,109. Ronald Lee 45. Kevin Leeper 45,94,140. Cindy Lemmon 45,l16. Alan Leroy 45. Rebecca Lillard 45. Doug Lillich 45,116. Deborah Link 45. Barbara Little 45,107,115,127. Karen Little 45,56,120. Steve Littlefield 45,140. Arthur Long 45. Carl Long 45,126. Randy Long 45. Robin Long 45. Gail Lowder 110,115. Mike Lowe Randall Loyd 45. Cynthia Mabe 45. Lisa Magle 45,94. Richard Manen 45,127. Stephen Manthe 45. Francis Maple 45,109. Frank Marrone 45,56. Michael Martin 46, l07,140, 15 8,15 9. Gina Martindale 46. Linda Masuch 46. Diane Matney 46,l07. Kenneth Matney 46,94,126,140. Patricia Maxey 19,46. Marilyn May 46,107,110,120. Rick McClintic 87. Stephen McGuire 46. Cherry McLallen 46,94,120. Venita McLane 46,113. Don McQuinn 116. Dorothy McVeigh 110,113. Loren McVeigh 46,104,105. Paul Meese 46,140. Sandra Meyer 46. Tony Michael 46. Debbie Miller 46. Ernie Miller 46,14O. George Miller Larry Miller 46,116. Cynthia Mills 46,107,113. Kathy Minteer 46,110. Vance Mitchell Larry Montoya 46,146. Curtis Moore 46. Diana Moore 46,l27. Kevin Moore 46,94,14O,146. Nancy Moore 46,107,120. Stephen Moore 46,48,94. Randy Morrison 46,107,140,141,155,15 8. Susan Moyer 46,104,107,120,127. Melinda Myer 46,107,110,115,120,127. Carmen Navarrett Zoe Neel 45,46. Debra Nelson 46,116,122. Bonnie Nichols 46. Robert Nichols Larry Nicholson 46,l27. Jerry Nidiffer 46. Gary Nolan 36. Roger Norton 46,140. Nancy Odle 46. Lorrie Olinger 46. Debra Oliver 39,45,46,107,120. Sandra Orrison 46. James Owen 46,140,158. Paul Pack 47. Ernest Padilla 47,107,140. Anthony Pantoja 47. Dixie Parrish 47,110. Mark Patton 47,158. Jayne Payne 47. h Jeffrey Payne 38,47,143,145. William Payne 47. Darrell Peak 47. Debra Peasley 47. Jerry Peniston 47,94,115,122. Francis Phillips 47. Don Ponder 47. Harry Porter 47. Leslie Poston Brad Potter 47,107,140. Christi Powell 47,94,107,115. David Precht 47,51,94,116. Greg Pretz 23,38,51,135,158. Edward Pruett 47. Dennis Pugh 47. Donald Quick Bob Ramsey 47. Stephen Redmon 14,17,47,127,140. Gayle Reser 47,127. Patricia Reed 47,51,94,110,116,127. Frank Reynolds Henry Reygaert 47. Marvin Richards 47. David Richardson 48. David Riley 48. Donna Riley 48. Richard Riley 48,110. Robert Ripperger 48,94,140. Lrene Rittenhouse 48. Byron Roark 48. Paul Robbins 48. Marion Roberts Tony Roberts 48. Dale Robinson 48. Robert Rogers 48,14O. Alan Rowland 48,94,122. Steven Rupert 48. Rodney Rusk 48. Connie Russell 23,48. David Sams 48. William Sanders 48. Sheryl Schoenberger 48. Sheila Schrepfer 48,113,120,122. Dennis Schwemin 48. Donald Schwemin Karen Scott 48. Gary Seifert 48. James Sharp 48. Laurie Shutt 48,107,110,115,120,127. Linda Simpkins 48. Darrell Slater 48. Carol Smith 48. Marjean Smith 4-8,51. Mark E. Smith 48,140,158. Mark J. Smith 48,110,140. Pamela smith 48,51,107,120f Ronnie Smith 48. Danny South 49. Mark Southern 49. David Sooby 48,94,127. Robert Sparks 89. David Sprague 49. Sharon Stapleton 49,113. Claudia Steele 49,56,107,120. Melissa Steineger 36,49,107,110,120,122, 127. Walter Stephen Carl Stephens 49,109. Dale Stephens 46,49,107,109,140,141,146. Steve Stephens 49. Sherie Stephenson 49. David Sterner 49. Marvin Sterner 43,49. Joyce Stewart 45,49,51,120. Mary Stinnett 49,110. David Stirling 140. Denise Stone 49. Sheri Straub 49. Sharon Straub 122. David Stroud 49. Lester Sullins 49,116. Bonnie Summers 49. Karen Sweaney 49. Eddie Tavener 49. Barbara Thomas 49. Richard Todd 49,109. Buddy Tomlinson 49. Charlene Torrence 49. Julie Trent 49. Jean Trumbo 49. Barb Tucker 49,122 Cindy Tumlin 49. Barbara Twibell 49,110,115,l16,127. Kurt Valentine 49. David Van Derwell 158. Kathy Vande Velde 50,122. Robert Viver 50. Nancy Wagner 50,110,120. Pamela Walker 50. Debbie Walkingstick Lauria Wallace 50, 113. Monica Wallace 116. Janice Walls 50,122. Roxanne Ward 50,56,109. Vickie Ward 50. Kimberly Warfel 90. Melissa Warriner 50. Beatrice Weaver 50. Robin Webb 50,107. Rodney Webb 50. Pamela Weems Vicky West 30,5O,110,l20,122. Bobbie Whiles 50. Ken White 50. Marcella White 50. Sandra White 50,110. Vicky Whitworth 50,120,127. Lisa Wicinski 50. Richard Wiedner 50,14O,146. David Willard 50. Pamela Williams 50,91,115. Patty Williams 50. Cecil Wilson 38,48,50,56,107,141. Dean Wilson 50. Richard Wilson 50,116. Walter Wittkopp 91. Terry Woods 50. Jerry Woodward 50. David Wright Bob Wymore 50. Deborah Yonts 91. Roy Zurn 50. 207 Johnson's Hardware 3015 Strong Avenue Kansas City, Kansas Collins Construction Co. 4512 Speaker Road Kansas City, Kansas "Since 1880" Green's Florist 3208 Strong Kansas City Kansas 831 -3208 Maple Hill Barber Shop 2408 SO. 38th St. Kansas City Kansas Rockhill Market 4710 Metropolitan Kansas City Kansas Groceries and Fresh Meat Lf' ' pf L. UV. W' i'! , wg W x r 5 '-fl nit. i ll ravi r H6155 H P r Cori i i rons Shalinsky Drugs 34th and Gibbs Rd. K.C.K. Nill Brothers Sporting Goods 1303 N. 38th St. Kansas City, Kansas Official Turner i-iigh Gym vveari and School .Jackets Complete Line of Athletic Equipmen Rawlings, Spalding, Wilson, Puma and Adidas Track Shoes -ji i Simmon's Funeral Home 1404So.37th K.C.K. A FULL BANK 'IHIIIIII ........... lllll 1 f ' N.-:4'5,..f:-. .w..g.f ., +1-1:21 491. -2:"5""':1:1S:-':T:1:w5'1' -:'.-.1-55:1 INDUSTRIAL STATE BANK PHONE: C9131 831-2000 . 5 gl MEA i' .mmuLsvnv1nw- Member Federal Depost ' -".-M!L.m..-.,., - . 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Turner High School - Turnerite Yearbook (Kansas City, KS) online yearbook collection, 1977 Edition, Page 1

1977

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