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

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'VVV -, 'pai-u.-mga, A V .. 4,3 V ,ik V -V f, -my ' " "wz'3g"fJVN1'wfxi.',f ll-FfHfi'F'wG'5V M' y " 5 -V'fg4V5.V - V5 ,. . A ' A KVM VV , V -A V V V ' ' ' V V ,gal ' A' V V' A - -.-V.-VA,-V-7, if .dv gl .A , b Muir" gffmmll 5, H.. Wh-L, is ...., Sen1ored1tor....,., ....,....................,................ junior editor .,.... Sophomore editor . Activities editors, . . Academics editor . . Introduction editors Photographers .... Advertising editors Sports editor ..... Picture Librarian .... . . . . . . .Connie Craig . . . ,Luane Barnett . .. . .Bob Brown . . . . . .Shelly Mabe Brenda Cantwell Kathy Steineger . . . . .Lynda McCall . . . . .Linda Clark Kristi Allen . . .Gary McDaniel Clyde Secrcst Kristi Allen jim Hays ........RonDado Sonny McWilliams Debbie Crumbliss Connie Alvey , .Lynnette McCall . .Marilyn Johnson S 5 : fi wa 'Wx V' The Turnerire Staff is respon- sible for publishing the year- book. Having a Spring delivery means the Yearbook Staff rnust have most of its Work complete before Christmas vacation. The Staff this year attended a workshop in Atchison, Kansas which Was presented by our pub lisher. ff' rf' -N' 1 39 ow-W' be e e X P P s, 3 5 ' Q ff' 91 .,.,,.gt,i " 4 'u 4 -Y 4 -WT' . 2- . A-.rev -' ' Q , , . ff, ' fi xiii,-4 ' 'A' I , Ah leg- - ' A, . '., 's " Pg: gai n - .k im N' , ' " . '- JSC'-1 .. v- 'MF s ,,., Members of the Golden Bear Band are: Flutes, Pam Erie, Cheryl Haebetle, Cheryle Smith, Caroline Hensley, Pam Precht, Michal Wood, Nancy Kennedy, Cindy Rains, and Debbie XVa1ker. Oboe, Cheryl Jennings, Mary Ann Rook, and Bryan Helm. Bassoon, Mary Ann Eskridge, Kathy McGee. Clarinet, Mary Baugh, Ann Teeter, Karen Reed, Becky Briggs, Karla Neel, Susan Hilton, Cindy Coleman,-Ieannie Beasley, Gwen Lacefield, Larua Ptomey, Sherry Espy,-Iulie Southern, Nancy Leeper,jane Potter, Candy Cantrell, Denise Riedel. Bass Clarinet, Theta King. Saxophone, Sandy Seifert,joe Caldwell, Cliff Eden, Roger Finkemeler, Debbie Fitch, Larry Acton. French Hom, David Spence, Marc Ford, Robert Gersterhloel johnson, Wayne Peniston. Trumpets, Mike Hensley, Mark Morgan, john Hale, Don Harrison, Paul Bunce, larry Young, Randy Keltner,jeff johnson, Charlie Null, Steve Mollett, Don Rogers, Debbie Robinson, Steve Rogers, Ted Williams, Stever Winegar, Markjaimeshjim Rust, Allen Knall, Robert Blomquist, Bob Son. Trombonep Ken Rosenau, Mike Mor- gan, Tom VVilliams, Richard McDougal, Bruce Schroeder, Bill Barnes, Angi Crockett, Bonnie Vavricek. Baritoneg Brad Hayes, Mike Tush, Fred Stein, Steve Carter, Richard Null. Bassgjoe Moreno, jay Oliver, David Richardson, Greg Wry, jim Beagle, Mike Berry, Percussion, Bill Owens, Curtis johnson, David Kelsey, Mike Kill, Alan Roark, David Straub, Don Matteson, Chris Swarts, Bill Michael, Nancy Kohler, lee Ann Gentry, Sonny McWilliams, Ted Yuliclc. The Golden Bear band meets every- day first hour. The band has partici- pated in many things this year. They went to the K.U. Band Day, played at the United Fund banquet, played at KCKCJC basketball game, and marched in the American Royal Parade. The band consists of 85 stu- dents. The band director is Mr. Edg Martin. J ! , g........----W s'Q -1 .ss -I. wwf A 4. rg, W 4 I fIZ'.:Ar -:mf 2" I 1 T gi 31 , :I I I lv . W-gi K3 .TES 'C . X! I' , ,YI I y. 5 31:11 - - V 49'-'15"":'V. , Y - Q ' 1 1, DQMZ MMM!! The reruming seniors to Quill and Scroll are, Lynda McCall, Clyde Secrest, Lyncrtc McCall. New members are, Connie Craig, Bob Brown, Ron Dado,-Iohn Nolte, Roberta Smith, Debbie Sharp, Brenda Cantwell, Marilyn Young, Mary Vander- well, Linda Clark, Karin Ferguson, Linda Adams, Lcslic Chads, Shelly Mabe, Crystal jenkins, Kristi Allen, Mary Perry. NOT PICTURED: Mike Roberts, Bob Valleau, Luane Bamett, Shelly Diggs, Theta King, Don McCracken, Bob Mills, Darlene Mollett, Greg Shutt, Grey Wry. an 5 l -59 wh ff' 4 -. ,-.A-. ls 1 . Ya 2 sv X , Z The 73-74 Pep Club directed by Mrs Pat Heidler, and Miss Susan Kaltsulas consists of more than one hundred girls. These girls support our athletes very well by attending all athletic events. The Pep Club members kept the concession stand open during foot- ball season. fazfuniii Xp" 25112, ga .5 Q' fi ff 9 L QI? Q ra i T Wffyw- i w. if X f wei lf -fy f. vafiiv ' 11-2 Kia! .Y . S 'L 4 5 K I - ai , Vi?.l,f H A A- "lj,1 M xx Aff: ,I 1 I F 1 L C , I gif- , I L Y N F W -- q was A ,L MQ, fri- 13 4. - A lei-?EfRE- 1 " v a'- W -fl A i n i A ' I' i -s,.A2i' i 'viii Q had " 'T T- Z. 3- T fa 'Ex J e our '- , air Y 2 2 I T -Q - ,, L ifzlyfiie Alf'-. A E- J il! ' , , E H" --L, 4 J: ' ' ' -- "' ' f' ,, , . ,-frfwr-- r :- ., f , nu - I I , -- K F Y, P H A A f .. Y -1 lgmi. .lx A , A T,-,H , r-'fy . -:. :r, , . P A 'H :, F . . "- " ' 3 , 1-"T Lettergirls are Senior girls who have earned the most points while they are Sophomores and Juniors. These girls attend all school ath- letic events and spell out Turner Bears. They are left to righrzjulia Richards, Pam Zuck, Doro- thy Horton, Marianna Kicrzman, Srormy Wylie, Barbara Robersron, Kristi Eastwood, Laura Promey, Laura Kim- lcr, Angie Crockett, Molly Nocmbcrg, Laura Rippcrgcr, Sandy Mamey,jill Cline, Their sponsor is Mrs. Pat Hei- dlcr. QM! STM . -qwfsfi vi .3 3 ' ,b f HHH' - xg ,I 3.3. L cw . lil 'W Turner added a drill team to their activities. This year girls tried out and were judged in poise, enthusiasm, kicks, overall appear- ance and ability to keep good rhythm with the music. They performed locally at THS varsity basketball games, also they performed at Rockhurst College and received great response from the college. They plan to perform at the Kansas City Kings basketball game. The sponsor is Miss Kathy Webb. The members are: Renee Bunce, Vickie Bryant, Linda Cain, Debbie Carter, Karen Carter, Linda Clark, Donna Dame, Debbie Dinsmore, Donna Douglas, Pam Erie, Sherri Espy, Rosa Gomez, jean Grogan, Debbie Hall, Melia Helm, Mary Hernanadez, Barb Hill, Lora Hom, Barbara Hufford, Terri Hunter, Crystal jenkins, Cindy jones, Nancy Ken- nedy, Theta King, Karen Kohl, Vivian Lamas, Genola McKenzie, Debbie Montoya, Cris Moore fcaptainj, Kim Moore, Michele Morgan, Pam Pickle, Mary Powell, Lisa Siler Ccaptainj, Barbara Sparks, Debbie Walker, Melinda Wilson, Monica Bustamante, Gerri Hickey, Ann Rank, Aileen Smith, Tammie Smith, Cheryle Smith. gum Girls Athletic Association meets every first and third Tuesday. The members of GAA are Pres. Connie Craigg Vice Pres. Vickie Eastong Secre tary-Treasurer, Cindy Wfalkerg Point Secretary, Crystal jenkins. The mem- bers are: Crystal jenkins, Connie Alvey, Debbie Crurnbliss, Cindy Walker, Connie Craig, Vicki Easton, Theta King, Laura Ripperger, Aileen Smith, Debbie Fitch, Linda Cain, Dee Compton, Sandy Matney, Debbie Wiyninger, Marilyn johnson, Gwen Lacefield, sponsor is Miss Kathy Webb. . , , 5756965 T-Club consists of a group of boys who have earned either one varsity letter or two junior varsity letters in the same sport. These athletes sing Christmas carols, tour such places as River Quay and Arrowhead stadium and at one basketball game they unsuccessfully tried to out yell the pep club. Sorry boys! Officers for 1973-74 are: Pres. Dale Eason, V. Pres. Mike Pow- ell, Secretary Gary McDaniel, Treasurer Robin Sullivan, Ser- geant-at-Arms Mike Libeer. Sponsors are Mr. jim Tate, Mr. Archie Burtschi. The members are: Mike Grogan, Bob Camp- bell, Mike Libeer, Gary McDaniel, lvlilce Powell, Dale Eason, Robin Sullivan, Kelly Smith, Bill Preston, Tom Hol- lenbeck, Terry Schaffer, Bob Hill,-Ioeljohnson, Pat Grogan, Roger Finkemier, Brad Winc- hell, Phill Hatch, Brad Hewitt, Wayne Penniston, Steve Myer, jim Beagle, David Kohl, Randy Caster, Danny Mertz. GATE 5 NEXT HIT Yqr QWWZZA 'W-. Susie Hilton Nancy Kohler Candy Cantrell This year's majorcttes arc: Carol Hilton, Susie Hilton, Nancy Kohler, Candy Cantrell. The maiorettes performed at all of thc home football games. 49 Qffzwrfuwzsim FIRST HOUR: Debbie Hader, Shellie Whimonh, Sarah Stockman, Stonny SECOND HOUR: Sharon Mabry, Linda Myrick, Paula Crystal, and Dnxscilla Wylie, and Vivian Lamos. Bedunnah. 141- . , ., fl-,VL rg fnj f-ff"3 11:11 fl.-Q SF, 1, 1 -K M .,,, f '--iiiviigtii .f"7J T 'l f ' "H ' X -1 4 '5 i THIRD HOUR: Monica Pantoja, Sherry Bridge, Kathy Dobson, Connie Lading, FOURTH HOUR: Letitia Hutchins, jackie Fuller, Karen Furgcson, Laura Nancy Lcepcr, Vickie Elrood, and Burma Harris. Rippcrger, Lori Hayes, Lynda McCall, Pam Zuck, and Kathy Briles. FIFTH HOUR: Debbie Sharp, Linda Stubbeman, Sharon Aiman, and Bonnie SIXTH HOUR: Vickie Sigler, Dorothy Horton, Terri Eaton,jeanine Smith, vavficek. and Debbie Knowles. Q5 Aram l girl's P.E. Assistants arc: Kim Moorc,jill Cline, Linda Cain, Aileen Smirh, Cindy Walker, Sandy Matney, Connie Craig, Theta King, Debbiejune, Marianna Dorothy Horton, Starr Hoit, Marilyn johnson, Karen Cook, Vicki Smith,jane Potter, Crystal jenkins, Nancy Ieeper, Pam Irmmon, Vicki Dale, Linda Baker, Susan Schaffer, Luane Barnett. NOT PICTURED: Lynette McCall. The boy's P.E. Assistants are: Mike Grogan, Bill Prcsron, Mike Libeer, Ron Hardman, Ronnie Dado, Richard Null, Phil Hatch, Gene Chambers, Mike Powell, Dale Eason, Randy Caster, Ron Tavcner, Gene Cornelius, Gene Kirby, Don Madison, Marc Ford, Bud Smith, Brad Winchell, Bob Campbell, Kelly Smith, Steve Myer, Barry Lakc,joe DeCostcr, Tom I-iollenbeck, Don Rogers, joel johnson, Wayne Penniston, Robin Sullivan,jim Beagle, Greg Holmes, Dave Mollett, C. Dickinson. MMM ' ' h-,gil T'he Video assistants are: Ted Graham, Geoff Parks, jim Hays, Bill Barnes, Wal- ter Rausch, Greg Gooclenow. NOT PICTURED: Greg Wry. The Safety assistants axe: Bill Bames, Walter Rausch and Greg Gooclenow. They assist Mr. Bolin where the safety of the school is concemed. ' lfqittm 'isssf f 'fl 4162511 'xx' v. '-X5 'il J. I-1. , r 1fcJg3a.1..s - A.: In-:IL vcr- -. l-fr ' gg, 2 at-,,. I . ,I 'iw ' f -.. 4- Walter Rausch is the Physics assistant. The Science assistants are: Shelly Mabe, Roberta Dressler, Debbie East- erly, Margie Barlow, Cathy Reardon, Sue Harmon, Teresa Keith, Connie Matney, Carol Kulik, Cherry Jennings, Carol Rice, Carl Fugatc, Pam Felix, Leejobc. NOT PICTURED: Star Hoit, Dwight Williams,jo johnson, and Greg Wry. MMM xg mfg. I 1 T is The Library Assistants are: Maggie Campbell, Bonnie jameson, Linda Adams,-Jerry Bichel, Pam Secrest, Katrina Ollenberg, Susan Reeves, Ann Tcter, Charlotte Kogcr, Linda Leverich, Kris Gurtler, Clifford Eden, Ted XVcems, Mike Berry, and Carle Fugate. .,.. The Art Assistants are: Kathy Barnes and Ronnie DeVault. The Typing Assistants are: Doretta Wing, Melinda Hale, and Cris Moore. wi sw f . f., Ii., 1 The Spanish Assistants arc: Vicky Gamer, Vickie Easton, and Debbie Smith. Keith Rosen is Mrs. Collins assistant. QQZMEMMWA4 LM' ,Q ,-4 The girls in office Education this year are: Dee Compton, Suzanne Daniels, Kathy Dyche, Carla Fewin, Terri Foster, Lori Hayes, Cheryl Lust, Cindy Lust, Sandy Murray, Sherry Paddock, Glenda Phillips, Kathy Phillips, Toni Rodrigucz,julie Ruskaup, Theresa Schulcr, Lori Shinn, Karen Sparks,june Spillman and Billie Tuter. The Girls in Office Education have office class for two hours in the moming and go out and work on the job for approximately f iftecn hours a week. WCM - . ,..-. 1 'fgtfx u 1 ,. L, ,yu . 'fi Inf L51 .'..-5,-V:,w 'I11c students belonging to VICA arc: Stan Barbarickhloe Decostegjohn Devolder, Ron Doty, Debbie Dusenberry, Pat Grogan, Mike Hammontrec, Ken Jacobson, Randy jones, Barry Lakc and Charlie White. 'iv -o-op LQ Qwgm amljlebbw Qfaplmww sw, g amma, mum , i Preparing for Turner's Homecoming involves a large number of students. Activities are planned and directed by Student Council. The Homecoming activities begin with a pep assembly in the afternoon. A parade just before game time builds anticipation for the football game and crowning cere- mony. A dance after the game concludes the day's events. in Homecoming is a highlight of the year for returning alumni and the students of T.H.S. At half-time a queen is crowned by the football king. The queen candidates this year were Kathy Borusheski, sophomore, Brenda Cantwell, junior Debbie Staley, seniorg and Karen Cook, football candidate. The king this year was Mike Grogan, senior and quarterback of the Bears. The T.H.S. Golden Bears defeated the Bonner Braves 29-0. I: 1 X tl I , f 1 fi W 1 . , V, :4Y.m.l' ..n 14 ,5 QE I A. f ' " 15 A 4, 1 My A ::.1mf3',k LQ -1 Y 'I ...1 jail A N 'FET . GW I' 1 '49 ' 1 mm 5 . 'g . -N .JL . ' V 'V P I' I -v A f Y ' f 'Z W , .l,'!Q!,b'NTV, . fx X 79, nfs ' S HN' t1'Z i , -lm .tu 'z tu ' 9' D ,gi 'rf' I Fw., + - fra' 3' 3. N-In my ,Q i . , 3 . . Y xx I 1 I 1-- 4: 4 ,,. QL. 4 -0.0 .,. 11 1, 4 V 1 . A f'6f x YV? 'L v , . """""'5,g it -'H r 1 ., , . 'lv I ' U ,J - I ' W 1 A- ' 1 ,N Q" '- 414 'J 'YV ,"f3',pP'v.' if 'ff ui- 5?-... Wx ,172 .5 Vi E5 J w 0 1. ,h " Wm. 'Y W ,U ,4 K f., A "F I uxx +-.NXX.lE 318. N J I ia I .' r m LQ- I X 'fn , . g f hvlr ,E . ,fQwff. W V 4, I I 'I I f , 3 ,ff ' s GMM 'F' The Turner Student Council is an organization of student government. Some of their fund raising projects include concerts, assemblies and mixers. The Stu-Co sponsors Homecoming, GPA, the smoking lounge and contributed to the Tumerite Ball. This year's officers are: President, Sonny McXWilliamsg Ronnie Dado, Vice-Presidentg Cathy Reardon, Secre taryg Roxy Main, Treasurerg and Shelly Mabe, Parliamentarian. Qfapbwww eQZf7ZM The sophomore representatives are: Monty Hilton,joy Allison, Robin Ray, Cindy Famham, Kathy Borusheski, Mark Williams, Kim Harbour, Karen Carter,-lean Grogan, Pam Pickle, Debbie Hall, and joy Emery. garmin Qqwwwa M. I The junior representatives arc: David Walker, Pat Groganhloanna Baker, Mark Ford, Debbie Sharp, Pat McGuire, Nancy Hanks, Bud Smith, Bobby Mills, jim Beagle, Brenda Cantwell, Terri Eaton, Debbie june, and Lee Ann Gentry. k . mwv5QqaieAenZZ1Z2w5 The senior representatives are: Debbie Staley,joe DeCoscer, Cindy Walker,john Steinmetz, Karen Cook, Dorothy Horton, Linda Cain Vicki Easton, Bob Hill, Lynda McCall, Mike Grogan, Lynette McCall, Pam Zuck, Terry Schaffer, and Randy Caster. 6 t u Q Vg. A Aa V PPA' ,. , ik' ,x,., xl A i ."" X i N Egg' H, ! Q A P I t 'fl'-Lvj. Q i ,- , , i Y ,,"' ' 39.5612-6 At Turner we have a group of students who belong to the Distributive Edu cation Clubs of America, otherwise known as DECA. This is a class taught by Nliss Janice Henderson. Their Main objective is learning different techniques in selling merchandise. The members are: Seniors: Morton Griggs, Richard Fox, Dean Holt, Bobby Walker,julia Richards, Connie Messick, Chris Frolin, Monica Edwards, Miss Henderson, Larry Wittkopp, Debbie Tavner, Steve Bowers,jim Coffin, Terry Kelly, Mike Wonhy, Terry Jefferies. The junior members are: Randy Bennett, Bill Micheal, Gary Archer, Linda Stubbeman, Emma Spence, Miss Henderson, Richard Null, Steve Mollett, Larry Gulley, Karen Lumptins, Karen Ferguson. lv-X izmifiqgsiily ,gum 1' 'ffg ' ' if S' "" . a- e' T in. t ' . ,, ' ' 3' liwifigl . 4, .q. ,, fm W f r t Sirwllghhvi'-4 -5 ,,L.-1 -ISGS -' rmlazi I Gyms em Youth for Christ meets at various member's homes. They have' Bible study and go to YFC rallies. Their sponsor is Mr. Paul Klaasen. The members are: Vickie Bryant, Linda Anders Pam Precht, Angie Crockett, Carla Bayless, Cheryl Haberle, Sharon Foster, Laurie Hayes, Vickie Easton, Pam Erie, Gene Anders, Mark jaimes, Kathie Steineger, Debbie Staley, and Morton Griggs. H0260 The Science Club was first organized at the beginning of the 1973-74 school year and is sponsored by Mr. Bruce Alstad. Science Club attended various colleges to observe the different fields of Science. They sold candy after school in the concession stand as a money- making project. The President is Roberta Smith, Vice President, ,Iohney Brown, Secre- tary, Shelly Mabeg Treasurer, Dwight Williams. Members of the Science Club are: Debbie Easterling, Margie Barlow, Vickie Schoenberger, Ted Williams, Mark Morgan, Mr. Bruce Alstad, Con- nie Matney, Cherry Jennings, Pam Felix, Robert Smith, Doug Smith, johnny Brown, Carol Rice, Carol Kulik, Karen Reed, Walter Rausch, Bill Barnes, Greg Goodenow, Shelly Mabc, Cathy Reardon,joe Hodge, Dwight Williams. Not Pictured: Brenda Cantwell, Rod Gerster, andjim Todd. le., Editor-in-Chief: Mike Roberts Assistant Editor: john Nolte Sports Editor: Dale Eason Business Manager: Bob Crane, Asst.: Steve Brandon 55Dw4Z?vUQ5ZE1DQ5 Advertising Manager, lst Sem.: Debbie Duncan 2nd Sem.: Mike Taylor Circulation Manager: Roberta Dressler Smith Feature Editor: Bob Vallcau Reporters: Donna Dombrack, Sue Scott, and Bob Mahoney wiaenf I I I S K- i 1 i I in--L u...,, :Kia zx..n..5g4.f 11sf.w"V I' .E , M111 14 r 5 I 1 ' X -1? I A4 I i ' 112+ 1 A, ,- s -u The choir made up of students from Sophomore, junior, and Senior classes per- formed for student body several times throughout the year. A highlight of the year was their appearance on Channel 4, noon edition program. The sponsor is Mr. Paul Klaasen. The members are: Debbie Robinson,-Joni Claybrook, Diana Kovich, Geri Hickey, Susan Schaffer, Connie Matney, Becky Moore, Charlene Atkinson, Pam Lemmon, Kathy Ennis, Teresa Blackmore, Marcia Spra- gue, Diana Roberts, Debbie Wineger, Debbie Dinsrnore, Shawna Goodall, Kathy Bames, Lori Hayes, Vicki Smith,-Iohn Nolte, Curt Moore, Randy Caster, Kristy Eastwood, Linda Clark, Melinda Hale, Marga- ret Campbell, Luane Barnet, Kristi Allen, Donna Torrey, Stormy Wylie, Gene Anders, Ronnie Dull, Cliff Eden, Gary McCallen, Gwen Laceiield,-John Szczygiel, Marian Daniels, Mark Cantwell, David Straub. L' HL.. if - u - 1 e 1 e'-. ' . V- .ith X T i- . .- -f 'Y r - 4' "e4 Qin. . E44 J lk 295954 The Turner Association of Theatrical Arts is one of the largest organiza- tions at T.I-I.S. This group produces school plays. A main event for TAoTA members is the banquet which is at the end of the year. The members have to earn a certain number of points in order to attend this affair. Points are earned by working on the plays in various capacities. Officers are: President, Kieth Rosen, Vice President, Randy Widener, Secretary-Treasurer, Laura Kimler. The members are: Mrs. Mary Hansen, Officers, Keith Rosen, Randy Wied- ner, Laura Kimler,janie Wilkins, Kristy Allen, Charlene Atkinson, Dorene Landis, Debbie Dusenberry, Pam Pickle, Carol Rice, Cathy Readon, Pam Lem- mon,joy Allison, Ron Dado, Bob Crane, Sheri Eickelberger, Nancy Ross, Sue Harmon, Rene Bunce,jackie Fuller, Frank Hilgardnerhlulie Ramsel, Kathy Thomas, Crystal jenkins, Michelle Morgan, Vikki Elrod, Sandy Bouldin, Lee Ann Gentry, Brenda Cantwell, Vicki Bryant, Lisa Siler, Barbara Sparks, Karen Kohl, Lynete Crawford, Mary Rook, Debbie Carter, Roxie Main,joy Emery, Cheryl Smith, Robin Ray, Laura Horn, David Walker, Doretta Wing, Cindy Lukinac, Bruce Schroeder, Stormy Wylie, Karen Bittner, Duane Reynolds, Ron Dull, Creed Lillich, Sherry Boyer, joe Hodge, Becky Rutherford, Gene Kirby, Linda Hayes, Karen Carter, jean Grogan, Kim Harbour, J. W. Heater, Anna Baslee, Kristi Eastwood, Michal Wood, Bonnie Vavricek, Linda Lee, Yvonne Sanders, Debbie Dinsmore, Tony Middlestonehlim Hayes, Steve Brandon. eazawg was Turner High School's Drama A and B students presented three childrens plays February 16 at 10:50 and 1:30 p.m. Each of three classes presented a childrenls play of its choice. The three plays presented were "The Adventures of Brer Rabbit," "Brer Fox," and "Brer Bear," 'jack and the Beanstalk," and "Alice in Wonderland." Each class selected its own student director, state manager, cast, and crews, such as lighting, sound, costume, make-up, set painting, publicity, cloak room, and concession. All grade school students in the Turner School District were personally invited to the plays by characters of the plays who visited their schools. Brer Rabbit ..., Brer Fox . . . Brer Bear .,.. Turtle ..... Owl ..... jack .............. Mother ......,..... . . . , .Kathy Wright Ron Smotherman . , . .l. Steve Stinnett 2. Steve Carter . . . , .Terri Merritt ......MikeKill . . . .Tony Middleton . . . ..,,.. Karen Kohl Old Man With Beans ..... .,., K en Cantwell Giant ............... ....... ,I oe Hogde Wife .... Goose ..... Alice ......... White Rabbit .... Mad Hatter .... March Hare .,.. Doormouse .... Caterpillar ..,,... Student Director .... Stage Manager . . . Queen of Hearts .... . . . .Jeanne Marsh ......Patty Brown . . . . .Renee Bunce . . . . .Sherri Espy ,....Ron Dado . . . . .Marsha Allen . . . , .Lori Helmick . . , .Mark Morgan . . . . . . .joy Allison . , . .Mark Morgan . . . .Anna Baslee Little White Boy ..,.....joeGatton Little White Girl .... ....,. Do retta Wing Little Black Boy . Uncle Remus . . Student Director Stage Manager . Harp ........... Student Director Stage Manager . . . King of Hearts . Cheshire Cat , . . Hearts ........ Guard ..... . . . . . .Steve Carter . . . .Craig Pedeliski . . , . .Diana Kovich Stephanie Mahoney . . Lynette Crawford ....,Kim Harbour ......vikk1E1f0d . . . . J. W. Heater . . . . .joy Emery . . . . .Sue Harmon Tony Gaither Terry Murray Nancy Ross Anne Vallis . . .Tamara Hughes Sheri Eichelberger "fa-mi 'I H. ,Ir '- 'A .'L"' ' Pg . 5'-1 yQ,5,L. N- 4-P3 1.7. ,A , Q11 rw " 1' 5: F' A qv J ,gn QJWQQW, The cast is, Kristy Allen, Debbie Dusenberry, Pam Pickle, Doretta Wing, Roxy Main, Dru BeDunnah, Lee Ann Gentry, joy Allison, Robin Ray, Cheri Boyer, Charlene Atkinson, Renee Bunce, Tamara Hughes, Lisa Siler, Sheri Eichelberger, Randy Widener, joy Emery, Lynette Crawford, Mary Rook, Tony Middelton, Ron Dado, Ken Heckman, Steve Redmon, David Walker, Bmce Schroeder, Kathy Thomas, Keith Rosen, Janie Wilkins, Karen Kohl, Patty Brown, joe Gatton, Rocky Allen. Special appearances by, Stormy Wylie, Bob Crane, Sue Harmon, Troy Gilbert, Becky Rutherford, Barbara Hufford,joe Caldwell, Nancy Ross, Marsha Allen, Ronnie Bull, Kim Harbour,-I. W. Heater, Vicky Bryant, Eddie Chrisman, Vikki Elrod, Mark Williams, DcAnna Lang, Cheryl Gibson, Becky McCollum, Lora Hom, Linda Ire, Terri Merritt, Debbie Carter, Dorene Landis,joe Hodge, Mike Tush, Anna Baslec, Ann Vallis, Bob Trailer, Nancy Kennedy, Debbie Sharp, Yvonne Sanders, Monica Bustamonte, Frank Lustig, Mike Cox, Tammy Scheel,jeanne Marsh, Lee Miller, Karen Bittner, Theresa Peycon,,Iean Grogan, Bob Mahoney, Steve Brandon, Rick Worthyhlulie Ramsel, Kem Bailey, Pam Lemon, Cathy Reardon Patty Brown, Creed Lillich. AW This is a different kind of play, with a different type of staging. The play is romantic, funny and tragic, almost pain- fully so, but yet there is hope for the "not to be conquered" spirit of man. The play is performed in the theatre-in-the round style. The roles are all unusual and challenging, as it should be for advanced acting students, and the role of Char- lie is an actor's dream that won Cliff Robertson the Academy Award for his performance in the distinguished film ver- sion "charlie" Dr. Strauss ...,.. Proff. N emur .... . Janie Wilkins , . . . . .Dale Eason Alice Kinnian .... .... L aura Kimler Burt Seldon ..., Charlie ....... Doris ..... Nurse .... I'Rank ..... Gina ,... .,.. Mrs. Donner .... Joe .......... VMother ..,.... Little Charlie .... l . . . .Randy Widener . . .Keith Rosen . . . . .Dorene Landis . . . .Dru BeDunnah . . . .Randy Widener . . . . .Cindy Lukinac Deb Dusenberry .........BobCrane ....Mary Rook .. ...Bob Crane Child Norma . . . Mrs. Feldman .... Ellen .......... Teen Age Charlie .... . . . .Cathy Readon . . . . .jackie Fuller . .Dru BeDunnah ......BobCrane Bernice ........... ..... C athy Reardon Connie ..... Chairlady .... Ms. Mooney .... Ms. Nemur ..... Mr. Harvey ..... jackie Welberg . . Anne Welberg . . Norma ......... . . . . . . .jackie Fuller . . .Cindy Lukinac . . . .Deb Dunsenberry ..Dru BeDunnah ......BobCrane . . ..... Cathy Reardon . . .Cindy Lukinac . . .Dorene Landis The Best of Broadway was presented March 7 and 9 presented by Taota. Both performances drew large audiences. The play contained comic, dramatic, and musi- cal scenes from various Broadway hit shows. Included were "Carousel," "The Glass Menagerie," "You're a Good Man, h 1 B Y, if C ar ie town, Come Back, Little Sheba," "Annie, Get Your Gun," "West Side Story," "Flower Drum Song," "Funny Girl," "South Pacific," "The Apple Tree," "Applause," and 'jesus Christ Superstar." The cast members were, Stormy Wylie, Randy Wid- ener, Dorenc Landis, Keith Rosen, Mary Rock, Tony Middleton, Cindy Lukinachleanne Marsh, Dale Eason, Debbie Dusenberry,-Iackie Fuller, Marla Bowman, Gary "Doc" McDaniel, Pam Pickle, Roxy Main, Charlene Atkinson, Kristy Allen, Sherri Eick- ekberge, Ken Heckman, Bob Crane, Mike Powell, Gary Acton, Mark Morgan, joy Allison, Steve Castle, Laura Kimler, Laura Ptomey, DeAnna Lang, David Walker, Kim Harbour, Terri Merritt, Renee Bunce, Cathy Readon, Anna Baslee, Tammy Scheel,joe Gat- ton, Debbie Burger, Kathy Thomas, Bob Mahomey, Lynette Crawford, Karen Bittner, Janie Wilkins, Ron Dado, Vicky Bryant, Steve Castle. The student director was Dru BeDynnah and the director was Mrs. Mary Hansen. Qui MW S,USf:-CHM X . X X 2 25 x G58 The Council for Exceptional Children puts on skits for exceptional children at Christmas and Easter time. They have an Easter egg hunt for children each year which is a highlight for both the club members and the children who attend. Officers this year are President, David Walkerg Vice President, Sue Harmon, Secretary, Bev Twibellg Treasurer, Sharon jenkins. Members are: Linda Leverich, Donna Dombrack, Patty Williams, Bob Crane, joy Allison, Carol Kozikowski, Debbie Wadel, Brenda Helmick, Brenda Cantwell, Debbie Sharp, Nancy Hanks, Debbie Sills, Cheryl Jennings, Cherry Jennings, Mary VanDerwell, Linda Adams, Sarah Stockman, Gerri Hickey, Melanie Robinette, Brenda Dobbins, Debbie Todd, Pam McTeer, Anna Baslee, Walter Rausch, Donna Dame, Linda Anders, Renee Gruen, Marci Sprague, Michele Gruen, Nancy Kohler, Tracy White, Tony Middleston, Miss Kathy Alcom, Debbie Staley, and Laura Waterman. 95155134 t 1 Kayettes is a service organization. They planned the Thanksgiving all school assembly. They sold Christmas greenery at Christmas time. The girls baked cookies and gave parties for the underprivileged and exceptional chil- dren, they also went Christmas carol- ing. The members are: Miss Pam Lewis, Sponsor, Brenda Cantwell, Vickie Culey, Cindy Walker, Molly Noernberg, Laura Ripperger, Sandy Matney, Peggy Bradley, Kathy Dob- son, Shelly Mabe, Paula Crystal, Con- nie Matney, Mrs. Karen Elliot, Kathy Briles, Nancy Kohler, Kathy Thomas, Linda Clark, Linda Anders, Sarah Stockman, Sherry Bridge, Diane Mitc- hell, Bonnie Gerster, Angie Crockett, Linda Leverich, Laurie Waterman, Les lie Chads, Cheri Snow, julie Culie, Linda Cain, Debbie Montoya, Terri Eaton, Kim Moore, Karen Wilson, Nancy Hendricks, Lavonne Snapp, Letitia Hutchins, Mary Angel, Linda Lee, Carolyn Hensley, Rhonda Mil- liner, Linda Adams, Darlene Mollett, Donna Dame, Sandy Dobson, Brenda Crossland, Diane Brown,joanne, Babette Gee, Theresa De Coster. The Russian Club meets everyday Sth hour in room 260. The sponsor is Mr. Dan Brown. Their purpose is to study the language and culture of Rus- sian speaking peoples. Members are: ,Ion Clvanj Feighner, Vicki fNatashaj Garner, Bonnie CAnastasiaj Gerster, Steve fYakobJ Turner, Sue CDashaj McGarvey. Row II, Larry flgorj Hes- ter, Walter CBladirnirj Rausch, Dewayne fFeodorj Wilson, Dale fSashaj Dickinson, Leonard CBorisj Hester, and Karen fTanyaj Vincent. Milam 91220658616 el' D!-I,-,., .fl , ,. ",f,,,, 4'.4',., ' 'L .tk-.bi The members of the French Club arezl Deb Carter,julie Ramsel, Kim Bailey, Pam Precht, Mary Baugh, Sue McGarvey, Renee Gruen, Connie Mat- ney, Charlene Atkinson, Pam Zuck, Joanna Baker, Lisa Siler, Sandra Boul- din, David Toler, joni Claybrook, Mark Tharp, Frank Lustig, Karen Car- ter, Mary Lohrey, Don Harrison, Gary Acton, Bob Bowman,jon Fieghner, joy Allison, David Walker, Connie Alvcy, Matt I-Iodson, Bob Bloymquist, Sarah Stockman, and Paul Kreurzer. Not Pictured: Nancy Kennedy, Deb Robinson, Rosangela Carnarano, Pam McTcer, Mike Taylor, and Mike Weckworth. wma em Members of the Motorcycle club are: Cam Brich, Ken Turley, Bob Lovellhleff Chiles, Tracy White, Duane Reynolds, Randy Bennett, Larry Young, Wes Decaigney, Bob Walker, Ray O'Neal, Brian Groves, Mr. Tim Rath. GJIJQID X! x X fi' .,s,., I V lf f T' Spanish club is one of the most active groups in Turner High School. Each year they attend Spanish contests in different cities. The officers are: President, Vickie Gamer, Vice Presi- dentgjon Feighner, Secretary, Vicki Easton, Treasurer g Keith Rosen, 3rd year representative, Vickie Smith, 2nd year representative, Pam Erie. The members are: Vicki Smith,jon Feigher, Vicki Gamer, Vicki Easton, Keith Rosen, Michal Wood, Rady San- doval, Aileen Smith, Sharolyn Foster, Nancy Kohler, Mark jaimes, Greg Goodenow, Rafael Rivera, Kim Dick- son, Bryan Hurst, Larry Worthington, Kathy Borusheski, Debie Gardner, Pam Secrest, Steve Turner, Richard McOster, David Ring, Michele Gruen, Donna Torrey, Malinda Hale, Brenda Bierman, Cherry-Jennings, Diana Rob- erts, Mary Ann Perry, Linda Walters, Shelly Diggs, Dorothy Horton, Brenda Cantwell, Mark Cantwell, Carl Fugate, Kenny Heckman, Debbie Smith, Linda Eisette, Christy Arnold, and Susan Reeves. .Qebdb XlNf - D'c4Lg-3-,kara ' Av -. 1 fm 'Nia N 1 This is Mrs. I-Iansen's fourth year at having a successful debate team here at Turner. Debate is a group of students who are interested in representing their school in state wide debate tourna- ments. This year Turner debaters trav- eled to F. L. Schagle, Wichita Heights, Shawnee Mission East, Olathe, and Shawnee Mission West. Turner held its first annual Debate Tournament, Over 40 teams from area schools competed. The most experienced debaters at Turner this year were Laura Kimler and jim Hays with three years debate experience. Second year debaters were Charlene Atkinson, Cindy Lukinac, and Kristi Allen Cnot picturedj. Novice debaters consisted of Vicki Bryant, Monica Bustamonre, Genola . McKenzie, Gary Taylor, Terry Dres- sler,jim Todd,john Cantwell, Cheryl Gibson, Lora Horn,,Barbara Hufford, Tammie Smith, and Bob Crane. A1866 The members of Art Club 5 Margie Barlow, Teresa Blackmore, Connie Lad- ing, Debbie Zum, Penny Hartcr, Vivian Lamas, Sherry Bridge, Vicki Siglcr, Christy Arnold, Melvin Collins, Wally Long, Ron Mason,jeanne Long, Par Szczygiclhlcssc DeCoudres, Ron Dull, Bob Hager, Art Long, Bill R.hodes, Mrs. Pam Place, Sponsor. Y' ZZQMGZWM Walter Rauschblulie Ruskupp, Sharon Elkins, Pat Szczygiel, Mrs. Creek, Sponsor, Connie Mat- ney, Karen Reed, Chris Gertler, Penny Hatter, Vicki Culey, Candy Nolte, Terry Phillips, Cindy Bittner, Monica Santoya, Sandy Pack, Linda Adams, Sara Stockman, Shawna Goodall, Sherry Curry, Linda Anders, Greg Lord, Cliff Eden. For Thanksgiving Health Careers Club went to Edwardsville Old Age Home. For Christmas they visited the Argentine Home for Retarded Children. In the Spring Career day was at Oso- watomee. The members of Health Careers will talk to a panel of patients from the hospital, such as alcoholics and drug addicts, They also sponsored a film called "Go Ask Alice." They meet once a month. In memory of Gary Boydston who died November 6, 1975 The members of National Honor Society are: Mary Eskridge, Marla Bowman, Angie Crockett, Marilyn Caryl, Connie Craig, Laura Kimler, Candy Cantrell, Aileen Smith, David Spence, Glenda Harrison, Vickie Gamer, Penny Hatter, Mary Rook, Cindy Coleman, Vicki Easton, Bonnie Vavricek, David Ring, Mike Grogan, Greg Goodenow, Brad Winchell, Markjaimes, Matt Hod son, Bryan Hurst, Mike Powell, Ms. Lynn Brussow - sponsor. NAnoNAL Honon socisrv 3 'Q 2 , Z' j A Z QQ QDWWZJ eww -in " ,-aim! A W- idu .C -N .V Ni I - I The members of the Principalis Council are: Renee Gruen, Bonnie Gerster, Patt McGuire, Rena Groom, Debbie Luth, Mike , Webb, Chris Lawsriin, Roxy Main, Dorene Landis, Cindy Coleman, Phil Hatch, David Spence, Matt Hodson, Alan Stanton, Chuck Ouderkirk, Margaret Campbell, David Straub, Larry Acton, Bob Gerster. Not pictured: Bob Mills, Bon Allen, Miss Schmitt, Steve Nauss, Gregg Parlcf, and Alfred Alred. . l l l W N ,fx 1' r -Www? 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NOT PICTURED: Lynette McCall, Debbie june. g 1 92 W 431: i f ff I 4 , Lynda McCall jane Potter and Randy Caster Dcbbic junc and Mike Powell Vicki Smith 'Wh Mary Rook and Walter Rnusch Marla Bowman and Gene Comelius , .i,fQ1,i n , ,W V , ' N. ,4 . 1 n M, ,, . F l Q7 r . M- e n BEE' 'f n n-.-ref"f" .Q Irynctrc McCall and Rody Sandavol Ice Ann Gentry and Bob Campbell HC I5 f5x -,q in The football yelleaders arcg Bill Owens, Bob Bloomquisr, Gene Kirby, Walter Rausch, Dewayne Renolds, Gene Comclius. 4 p...1 I 1 WMCWALQ The junior varsity cheerleaders arcg Pam Lemmon, Kathy Reardon, Loric Helmickhlackie Smith, Nancy Leepcr, Cindy Hildcbran,joanna Baker. ii H? 5 mi! gfLwUQfZuU OIQQQZZQ 7 3-0 WS' r .-,Mi ' 1 , . get B 'B I Qu v M 24. 'HL -----1 Will.. ,.., .ll . l . 3 ' 1. . -A 'E 51.51.111 Varsity players are row two, B. Lake, M. Weckwenh, Decoster, C. Fugat ., Tate, A. Bunchi,j . ,. .. .- ,.,, row one, G. Acton,j. Dccoster, K. Smith, B. Winchcll, B. Campbell, R. Tavencr, R. Caster, R. Dado, P. Hatch, M. Libeer, B. Miller, . McDaniel, M. Grogan, B. Hewitt, C. Swarts, B. Preston, T. West, S. Myer, M. Powell, K. Cannon, D...Matteson, M. Ford, rqw three, Berry, R. Miscnhelter, W. Decaigneyhl. Lust, D. Mollett, M. Dietz, B. McFarland, R. Finkemcicr, D. Hodges, B. Mills, row four,-I. R. Preston, F. Lustig, B. Asbell, L. Young, B. Szczygiel,j. johnson, G. Holmes, P. Gtoganhl. Bcagle,j. Rodden, row five, coaches,j. Dorsey, coaches T. Rath, and B. Bowman. ' i Q8 Ns f gm 1 I .1 4- g' , Mi. LT- 'A" H " w' f " 4 , , . A . H .. g i 'I 5 iq U 31:54 I f s '-1e.s-- - - 55.13 'M J- - M , 1 . q-.urn - ,- -5 , 1:1 1 1 xr - 4 ,QL 1 . 'f an I as ' lg -vJ,f,j'1t., 9 ..l W Q . Q 'T "uw, .. , i-1fr.'?M eff-vi N- , - N .V 5 'fain , - . ' I 1 8 ' A 1.33-,tm 3.1. , V , "' - , -fvriff " ,f f 'W L'-.f"l'im" . . - , , -j . ' V ' - "' -'mmm' -"A 1--:,mg-e"5"'1 Si s -1 'Y 1 U . H S .. W. - 5 tif ' .." , 'f . 57,4 ff-'iff'-. Qfzggad--?' ' I , , ',. A-I L+ "' ' 'J ' , - 0 lf':lf'nPQp.f wr:-"5"'t'f 'A , 1 ' .. ' V gl -1-'f - - - 1,- 1. ,- S "A,-Fitz Q... -seg . AANIN lwsv,-V- ... I - ..-,P+-Y - " "",?'.4i-'B' md' L- I ' 'Egfr' . -Af fx, ,A . w-- - 1- r -l . B. ,.., ' Y -' ,. g 4 z, ,pi 45' k , . . l -,,.., , , -., , ,., ..- ,, The sophomore team is row one, B. Asbell, M. Morgan, -I. Hoskins, J. Pringle, D. Harrison, L. Young,-I. Lust, R. Preston, E. Letts, M Tush, roxlv two, F. Lustig, R. Gerster, E. Cain, R. Sandoval, W. DeCaigny, C. Swartz, D. Hodges, B. Bowman, L. Easton, row rhrec, T. Campbell, E. Washbum, P. Hamilton, G. Parks, D. Lee, B. Hager, B. Navarrett, L. Acton, row four, J. DeCoster, M. Berry, T. Seve,-I. Oliver, O. Null, J. Mamie, O. Fugate, M. Weckworth, row five, coaches Dorsey and Burtschi. junior Varsity team is row onc, M. Tush, B. Asbcll, F. Lustig, R. Ptcston, B. Lake, D. Matteson, B. Miller, W. Dccaigny, B. Bowman, row two, D. Lcmos, R. Miscnheltct, M. Lyons, ,I. johnson, P. Grogan, M. Dietz, D. Mol1ctt,j. Kovich, R. Null, tow three, G. Holmes, B. Mills,j. Bcaglc,j. Roddcn, B. McFarland, K. Cannon, D. Rogers, C. Fugate, M. Wcckwonh, Coach Rath. -v- .. .. I . 1 l l Quarterback, Captain 65 M. Libcer, Slantcr Captain ln. 4. egg l?:-was M79--C - E134 2 SW.: 57 R. Dado, Guard 1 B. Campbell, Split Receiver 9 B. Winchell Kicker, Linebacker 89 S. Myer, End ,.-, 6 - C 3 X l he 5' 5, S L-1 . , i'.'2f'S?f"- 1 I A ., kllr , i E N 71 A, .Av I 'Z 1 if w -Mxayx Qiisym' 5. . -V' , I 58 M. Powell, Slanter 20 K. Smith, Safety mln 101 70 P. Hatch, Guard 56 G. Acton, Guard -+- "Doc" McDaniel, Trainer 1' K 4 f fn f q J' J, r 1, ' 1 , ,. . Q. Fu , Q .f I in N1 Y um ' 55 R. Caster, Center ANT 11' NW- xi gd 1-.-na 54 B. Hewitt, Slantcr 81 B. Preston, End '5- ' . ' Av ff . , f ' - M 24 R. Tavncr, Flankcr 61 J. Dccostcr, Guard 77 T. West, Tackle CW1121 QMMM gm 78 Q7 Q6 921,551 M6130 Qea 7 3215 74 gow 78 gm 5 W 77 1,9 W 75 gm Q61 921. ,Q 551. 5 921. 1,Q 5221. 75 921. 10 921. QQ 54 SE Hg? fig X Pl' I ROBBIN SULLIVAN, Guard lf' fi Y' X Q E . 4 rf' l'P Yr V 7! 'W x, 'J I , :- x Y S H +.: 1 'fl -.1 wg If X N nor VIISIEY :cam Wxsg R. Ducm 1. Sullivan. I , B. Asbcll, Jw 31? WMU QM 7 Qfffffafmgivu ww flf Mmm mt QW 763 511.515 ZZ if QW gk fi QQVGJZIQQ gm 75 mf gm 78 mm gm G-Q1-Q5 gwmamenlf QM QC? WW azz. Q cmd 922. 5 fam, 9225. LQ om 923, 75 Dam 925. 167 MW 925. Ciffyw v K J. Caldwell, B J J J J db-f7Z9IIh9i0 faking Jw QC! MMM JDM 3 061112 3360 6 QXUWUVMZZ Q60 7 7 6015? QL. 73 ZW., SDM ,QU Qifffffmvr gm 3 MMM 94613 gm 74 Olliww ga. 77 Wu! Q14 .QQ MMM fmt ,,.. H gif. Q4 QM ga. .QQ QXUW 30,415 ga. 37 OM 325. 5 Sffmw Q5z50fQwra0w.gD3aAg115afg W. DcC2ugny, L. Young, F . Lustlg, T. Campbell, H. Medcllin, Coach Dorsey, C Fugatc, E Cam, T W1ll1ams,j BRAD WINCHELL Guard N MIKE GROGAN, Forward DAVID KOHI., Forward KELLY SMITH, Guard fag STEVE MYER, Center QMQM' Al Q ... 1 V ' ' ' r -Al. The Varsity wrestlers Craig, D, Hodges. 5 . WcsIcy,j. Dccostcr, T. Hollcnbcck, B. Hagar,j. Dccostcr, R. Smorhcrland, Coach Kirkman,j. Mallinson, P. Hatch, G. Chambcrshl. Thcjunior Varsity wrestlers areg Webb, L. Acton, B. Hays. R. Kcltncr, D. Laurence, B. Mahoney, R. Craig, R. jones, M. Weckwonh, T, West, R. Homandas, P. Grogan,j. Heater, R WMQQMJQCWQ ' Q 'f 'ti ,.: P! fff,4'j'Lv. s'- .',s5 X", ' f , I ig! , J.-. V I 5 3 J! HQ? VQAL y xx. 'I Q 'figs-. ,. ' 7 1 e J I ' AA: W s nf 'E when H N Q JM. . X. i Tv- Q , ' .sw 4 ,4-., .q,.. QW PHIL HATCH, Captam TOM HOLLENBECK JIM MALLINSON JOE DECOSTER N w .JEFF CRAIG . .- rf..- , f. , .' - 'f -': f. 21.4 ' NJ' 1 i ' ? I , lv . Q' l 1 1 .1 P 77 V ' ? ' R' Qfig? ' ' Hy if fy I' 9: L N ft? V-. .L in K si 'i V. . B I W: , , - aa- gi? I 1 Qi? ' -s 'Q 1 1 gl .July 1-4. ' 4 V 5 tk A w- 7, n X' fix f ju , ' ' M XI, ' -X, Y, iw Q ., swf. f, 'f A A 3 N mf. 11. 73' ,' X if r",l - M NA vi .Y IU -LEYHLLL TLLEYBALI , -wwggifa QU. 1 WULLEYJM , TURNER wg. . .Kv x W 'a ' will N , ' X by L gg! X Ygfbg. V1 'ix , I 1 H W 1 , -1 V' I. xl' V' " Q25 - ' 1 '5 f I-- X rf, X " A. f ' S :Q " Jsj' ,',L,1 .ff V "QQ,-,-+ + 1 2+ fp ' ' ' 'T 4. 4 ','1'f '11 31949 DALE EASON RICK MCDOUGAL T' Egg., , 42,25 Durga 1- I o 4 55 5 P. 'Q Q- Q ' ' Q P'-WI 1 -J . ' .,,.. A N I . I .. 'S 'W F' ,4 x ri ' v I .mr-ll .L- 1- .v -,W w QL. 1 I JW! 4 as W L5 ff?" ' f .1 9 I .-P' U w Coach Ron Horvach -xf'1 . , ' 3' A 1 'I sl ' MM A , - ""'."l I- ' . I Er, K B , Iv, ' ,, B 11 I Mr. Bowman, Football l Mr. Garrison, Baseball it.-l' Mr. Hall, Baseball Mr. Tate, Football, Track, Wxstling Mr. Baker, Athletic Director Mr. Shoemaker, Basketball Miss Webb, Volleyball, Track Mr. Kirkman, Wfrestling 6 'I- e ,MEN Mr. Dorsch, Baseball Mr. Dorsey, Football, Basketball QQ! Mr. Bunchi, Football, Golf, Basketball Mr. Rath, Football, Basketball, Track Mmm Ia! 1- - Larry Acton Berna Anderson Kim Bailey Mary Bough W l l Marsha Allen Carla Anderson Sue Barber Carla Bayless Mike Allen joy Allison Anna Amayo john Amayo Mary Angell Bob Asbell john Asbell Ron Asher Vicki Barber Becky Barclifr Debbie Barnes Cindy Bartkoski Mike Berry Cindy Bittner Karen Birmer Lonnie Bloomer l Jmddng 1- ewigonly Doris Bolin Kathy Borushcski Steve Bowcn Bob Bowman Cindy Bradbury Lyndlc Brccdcn Becky Briggs Roy Brotherton jerry Brown Mary Brown Vicki Brown Vicki Bryant W., 1 fn, i 5 mi i X A t his 1 B H . iq. U li i in , 'f gjzt ,M F n 9 'i UHQZZ MGM 5010130 A6011 190 2 D'Ann Boulware Henry Bowen Gary Boydsron Sheila Boyer jay Brewer Charles Bridges Diane Brown Gary Brown Patty Brown Tommy Brown Paul Bunce Renee Bunce Ron Bunce Debbie Burger Ron Burke Charlene Eubanks Joyce Fain Hollie Falk Charles Flint Deana Folsom Marsha Forrest Tony Gaither Debbie Gardner joe Gatron Don Gibson Troy Gilbert Vince Gillespie Lee Goodall ' Veronica Gomez Rosa Gomez I . JI - I 1 Monica Bustamante Pam Erie Cindy Farnham Cindy Felix Sharolyn Foster Kim Friedel Babetr Gee Rob Gersrcr Bruce Gilley joe Gilsrrop Ted Graham Marry Green Sherry Espie janet Fienney Carl Fugate Cheryl Gibson Brian Goff Debbie Griffin 1115 W .la ' U, 1. 1 jean Grogan jim Gruin Cheryl Haeberle Bob Hager Donna Hanks Brad Hayes Linda Hays john Hale Veda Hale Cindi Hall Debbie Hall Paul Hamilton Patty Hammoncree Kim Harbour Everett Hardwick Bill Harmon Donna Harmon ,QP fx I' . g' gl I," 1' I I! ll -I ' :E f X' l f Fl rw 'lllllfl f an L If xxlll 4 2, - Burrschi when he was a sophomore. 4. Ruben Barb Hill Cathy Hilton Mnsff -Ian john Mamie ' Vi WN more No! Available Connie Matncy Matncy Marty ip? r '1 1 ,, , fs Harry Mcdcllin Terri Merritt Tony Middleton Tracy Miller Rhonda Millincr Melinda Millsrcad Bruce Mirchcll Diane Mitchell Danny Mollerr joe Moreno Becky Morley Dennis Morgan jim Morgan Mark Morgan Martha Morrell Tim Moyer Debbie Mucklcroy Terry Murray Bob Navarrcrr Karla Neel Kathy Nichols Cindy Nolte Charlie Null Mark O'Dcll Mary Oswald Stephanie Ouclerkirk Sandy Pack Marco Padilla i Monica Pantoya Gregg Parks Sue Parton Dan Pearman Greg Pedeliski Terrie Phillips Pam Pickle Lonnie Ponder Marcy Powell Steve Powell Ray Preston Pam Prerch Debbie Pricketr jim Pringle jim Summers Chris Swarts Debbie Taggart Gary Taylor Ann Teecer Kathy Thomas Tam Thompson jerry Thompson Kevin Tice Debbie Todd jim Todd rfi6'Qsw+ZZ Debbie Walker jim Walker john Walker Laura Walters Mark Warcl Ed Washburn Ginny Waterman Randy Waters Greg Weaver Ted Weems Mike Weckworrh Wanda Welch Dave Wheeler Karhy Willert Mark Williams Bob Traylor . Stephanie Tribblc Beverly Ulmer Ann Vallis Anita Vincent Roberxa Vrbanac mow 1 Maw M125 chy ,John Turncy Mike Tush jim Tyrce Dennis Torrence lx iv QC H' Nh Par Callahan Tom Carter Cmcr Carver , E Ed Christman Ire Christian As Mitch Cours .411 , Bill Crafton Ron Craigg Lynnettc Crawford lm 1 - 4.1 1 7 v , , za DcCosrcr Don 52? ' r C . Bfcky x 7' -1'1" .fn 'I n 1 4 Bruc C Connie jenkins Cheryl Jennings Fred -Iobe Cindy jones Corky jones David Joplin john Kalcic Steve Kammcrer Pat Kammerer Clinton Keith Debbie Keith Rhonda Kelly Sharon Kelley David Kelsey Randy Keltner Nancy Kennedy Carolyn Kerns Mike Kill Steve Kincaid Gerry King Ted Kirby Kirk Kirkpatrick Ted Knight Phyllis Knudson Regina Koger -G! Karen Kohl Wayne Debbie Lee x L Paul Kreutzen Don Krzesinski john LaBclI Paul Ladcsic Tom Lafton Bob Lambeth DeAnna Lang Donna Lawler Barry Lealherwood Dan Lee Linda Lee Pat Lee Liz Lemos Buddy Lens Paul Lewis - if MQ.5"J + 'va 8342, Marv 3755117 .sl ,M 'QM Jeanne Long Debbie Loomis Bryon Lowe Bob Lowery Kevin Loyd n ff' ! R' .fi 4 ,i .-..l'j,' ill .1 .li--3+-4 U 1 --Y Cindy Rains julie Ramscl Rick Randall Robin Ray Donna Reardon jim Rcara Karen Recd Glenda Rcvcls Barb Rcygacrt Mike Rich Mark Richards Mike Richardson Mnry Roberts Su-:vc Robertson jim Roddcn Linda Rodriguez Sharon Roclgcrs Cathy Roll Gerald Romincs Nancy Ross Marilyn Lungsrrum jim Lust Frank Lustig Debbie Luth Lf rr- Z Cherri Snow 9? Ron Smotherman Steve Smotherman jacquic Smith Kenny Smith Tammy Smith , iwmuiilullmm, Mark Rusk Kevin Russell Cindy Ryder Vince Sanders jeff Saylors Phyllis Schrahl Tammy Scheel Sandy Scfert Tom Seve Bill Sharp Cheryl Sharp LaVonda Sharp Cindy Short Mike Shuster Debbie Sills Barb Simon David Slaven Mike Smile Cherylc Smith David Smith I ii I, r N lil ui! mul ' ' ii mm 1 Don Son Gerry Spaits Barbara Sparks jim Sprague Linda Stanley john States Candy Stnuf fer Tammy Stephen Barb Stephens Scott Stephenson Marsha Stewart Steve Stinnctt Carla Stone Tim Straw ,JoAnn Stull jerry Sullivan Mike Sullivnnt Louis Seve Pam Mcrest Ken Torrence ' v , K ai it r ll :IVE anim r .t W J " I r x ' r , .,:- ' . idx ' , avg- l ' ' .1 '-r, l 7 -V, ,jf4, f N W , Ve li , le.. mlilwfga 'mb 1 tgjyi . t E I igfff Ir:-T ,ki 3 l' A", 'f '. e, Qkfpfr 5 ox J- , 1 ,. mg ?i iv, - " I i N. 2" -f 1 1 3-:.1Tl'-f F' Lf' All :Q 7-4 Zi 2 I , ,Q JM L , ' '-1 ' L 1 .f- , v ,f 1 g ,,,,,, 1 f ff' f , t if xt, I 7 fi l 5 s x IN! l , f 1' . V gli? 6 4 -XX, f' , X uv M ' ' I ' X, Six Q: ' gil x X X 5, X , . tts A :Q X, A ' I 'Z 'Q " ' XS5-is QI- xzrr LX 'I 920 V If ' 'Z'a.'- -V Af, FFS "iii-lfff '- 'li . ' '7 ff Vx N 1 1 n SMH Xlopefx 59 ofa W vhif f TFL!! 55: Q- .-Five JL! sie .fy- li Carolyn Hensley Rick Masuch jay Oliver Roy Arthur Probst These sophomore pages have been dedicated to Roy. He died October 11, 1973. Arkli- N, 41, -ni t, P Q -fw- X Ruth Davis v-M,l Teresa DcCostcr 0016023 'I l SN' xx 1 i. lh-gy i I '- I L '43 X: -rf I!!! Officers of the Class of '75 are: president, Randy Schneider, vice presi- dent, Greg Holmes, secretary, Lee Ann Gentry, and treasurer Brenda Cantwell. fw 'F' . I ' Q' M f,. fi I 1 cz, 5 3 7 + 7 Gail Adams W Sharon Aiman Kristy Allen W Rocky Allen Gary Archer ' Steve Armema Christy Amold Charlene Atkinson Joanna Baked Stan Barbarick l Candy Bardwell Randy Barker Luane Barnett Gary Bamhalft Anna Baslee jim Beagle Jeanne Beasley Neal Beckham Randy Bennett Brenda Brennan Ron Bittner Ron Blanton Mark Bohrer Sandy Bouldln Barbara Bowfn Peggy Bradlly Dolen Breedlove Kathy Brilesf john Brown! Roger Brown 1 Robert Brumley Derwin Bunce Scott Butler Margaret Campbell Ken Cannon Brenda Cantwell Mark Cantwell Norman Cantwell Cindy Carmean Cindy Carver Gene Chambers Gary Chowning Linda Clark Bruce Cockrum Mel Collins Greg Cook Fred Cours Gwen Cowel Bill Crabrrce Scott Crysral julie Culey Elaine Cullen Sherry Curry john Czirr Vicki Dale Donna Dame Marion Daniels Charles Dickinson Marshall Dietz Shelly Diggs Brenda Doblfns Sandy Dobso jackie Dorscrr Fred Dowdle Cheryl Draveis Robert Dugan Tammy Dunahoo Terri Eaton W Cliff Eden 1 Barbara Edgnhon Vikki Elrod W Rick Estes ,Ion Feighner Karin Ferguson Alaina Fiene W Roger Finkerhcier Debbie Fitchl Marc Ford Larry Fowler jim French Paul Friedcl Kenny Gander LeeAnn Gengry Shawna Goodall Connie Gray 'hi fr u A C "' 1? Yi , in XX Beverly Griffin Pat Grogan Bryan Groves Michele Gmen Larry Gulley Tina Guy E! Malinda Hale Mike Hall Nancy Hanks Mike Hansuld C? 957 M oillvlfl i r F1-39 if Pam Hardman Ron Hardman Sue Harmon David Harrell Burma Harris Kevin Hart Randy Hayes Melia Helm Brenda Helmick Nancy Hendricks Bob Hendrickson Rita Hendrickson Mike Hensley john Heriford Lawrence Hester Gerri Hickey Frank Hilgardner Sue Hilton Bob Hinds joe Hodge Starr Hoi: Greg Holmes Gerry Huskey Letitia Hutchins LeeAnn ,Janus Crystal jenkins Leejobe Robert -Iobert Connie jones Gordon jones jim Kelly Theta King Max Kirby Allen Knoll Carol Kozikowski Kevin Krum john Hoyle Roger I-Iuf ford Debbie Jackman Bonnie jameson Sharon jenkins Cherry Jennings Curtis johnson joel Johnson Debbie june Teresa Keith George Kif f Bill Killbough Nancy Kohler Diana Kovich Barry Lake Dorene Landis Greg Lawson Susan Leap Linda Lee Nancy Lccpcr Pam Lemmon David Demos Creed Lillich Harold Long Wally Long Greg Lord Bob Lovell Cindy Lukinac Karen Lumpkins Ruthann Lungstrum Judy Lust Marry Lyons Shelly Mabe Sharon Mabry Don Madison Stephanie Mahoney Roxy Main Janis Manis Iris Mann Ron Mason Donnie McCracken Rick McDougall Bob McFarland Pat McGuire jane Mcl-Ienry Gary McLallcn Q ,-.gr 1 l H Li . L ye-, M 44 Richard McOsker Ray Medcllin Q Q. li Rick Metsker Vicki Mersker Bill Michael Cheryl Michael Bob Miller Steve Miller Bob Mills Russ Misenhelccr if 4 Dave Miralski Darlene Mollett 3' Dora Myers Linda Myrick Michelle Morgan Mike Morgan Par Murphy Becky Moore Bill Moore Chris Moore Kim Moore David Mollert Clara Monteil jeff Moody Mary Perry john Pearson jane Porter Jessie Probsr Alan Pruerr Darlene Ray Fred Revels Ward Ann Rank Cathy Reardon Sue Reeves Denise Riedel Carol Rice Diana Roberts Melanie Robinecr Debbie Robinson Don Rogers Doug Nichols Mark Nidiffer Richard Null Rick Nunlcy Katrina Oldenburg Sue Olipham Chuck Ouderkirk Ann Oycr Craig Pedeliski Wayne Peniston A Mary Romines Ken Rosenau john Rowe Larry Rush l Ron Russell Becky Rutherford N Troy Sams Yvonne Sanders 1 Lucy Santoyo Bob Sauceda Sue Schaffer Randy Schneider Debbie Sharp Greg Shutt Gary Siler Lisa Siler W w Brenda Simkins Beth Simon David Slater Steve Slater i Liz Smarr ' 4 Arr Smith l Bernie Smith , Carolyn Smith l l David Smith ' Vicki Smith LaVonnc Snapp Bob Son me 531 .1 ,l- ,Iohn Taylor johnny Taylor Don Terers Mark Tharp Wayne Todd David Toler Donna Torrey Steve Tumer julie Southern Emma Spencer Marsha Sprague Connie Stack Ron Starnes Fred Stein Kathie Sreineger Renee Steinmerz Mark Stevenson Mary Stephenson Mike Stewart Sarah Srockman David Straub Linda Stubbeman Bill Szczygiel john Szczygiel l Beverly Twibell y Pam Valleau l Wayne Valaer ' Don Van Brunt W Mary VanderVcldcl Mary Vanderwell l Debbie Wadel David Walker john Walker jancrra Walters Linda Walters l john Washburn l jerry Watson Mike Webb Dorothy Welch Charles White 1 l Tracy White Dan Whired Ken Whired Shellie Whicworch l . 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QM QW Qf W5 Gary Acton YFC 1, 'Il-Club 3, French Club 5, Track 1, 2, Foo:- ball 2, 3, Baseball 3, In ramural Basketball 3, "Best of Broadway" 5, Lab Assr. 2. Connie Alvcy Pep C ub 2, 3, Pcp Club Treasurer 3, GAA 2, 3, French Club 5, Bowling 2, 5, Statistician for Basketball 2, 3, for Football 3, Yearbook Siaff 3, joe Amayo i i Gene AI'1dCI'S Hcalth Careers 2, 3, Health Careers Sgr. of Arms 3, Library Asst. 3. . Rhonda Archer l Leona Asbell Danny Ashworrh mica 2, Industrial Arts Club 5. Lenora Bailey AVTSl Mary Barclay Davy Bardwell me 5, Track 1. Margie Barlow ScienIccCl bb Assr. 2, 3. ub 3, Art Club 5, Bowling 5, Biology BHUICS Radio Club 1, 2, 3,jr. Safety Asst. 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 5. gfgdzyamza am, fggfwpffaffaffa zfoffedi 1lwiQwwmga!5ud7fa2f glllgflbw gfugfka 55 'G s.,, i , Pi A R' s Kathy Barnes Girls Chorus 1, 2, cnnii 3, An Assisisni 5. Drusilla BeDunnah Pep Club 1, 2, 5, Pep elnli vinspnssi- dent 3, TAOTA 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers Assn. 1, Student Council 2, "Up the Down Stair Case" 1, "Talent Show" I, "ChiIdren's Play" 1, "Guys and Dolls" 1, "Stage Door" 3, "Flowers for Alger- non" 3, "Best of Broadway" 3, "Hello Dolly" 3, Miss IL-g's Candi- date 1, Drama Asst. 1, Attendance Office Asst. 3. Tom Berry Steve Best Industrial Arts Club 3, Football 1, 2, Woodworking Asst. 3. jerrie Bichel Library Asst. 3. Teresa Blackmore Kayettes 1, Art Club 1, 2, 5, An Club Trea- surer 2, Art Club President 3. Robert Bloomquist French Club 2, 5, French Club Vice-Ptesi dent 3, Football 2, Yell Leader 3, Track 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3. Stage Band 1. Karen Borusheski Jr. Ex. cnmfnincc 2, Bowling 2, 5, Chil- dren's Play 1. Lauren Borusheski TAOTA 1, 2, Bowling 1, 5, Plays 1, 2. Marla BOWITIHII Pep Club l, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, Soph. Executive Committee, Senior Executive Com- mittee,j.V. Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheerleader 2, 5, Gym Assist- ant 2, YOU'VE COME A LONG WAY BABY 1, "Best of Broadway" 3, Sophomore Girls Ensemble 1, Debate 1, Girls State Rep. 2, Cheerleading Camp 2, 3, Senior Lounge Committee 3. Cheffi Boyer Kayettes 1, 2, TAOTA 1, 2, 3, FFA 1, Pep Club 1, "Up the Down Staircase" 1, "You've Come a Long Way, Baby!" 1, "Children's Play" 1, "Guys and Dolls" 1, "Rally Round the Flag" 2, "Spirit of Love" 2, Stage Door 3, Booster Staff 2, Choir 2, 5. Ice Bozarth l57 l Steve Brandon TAOTA 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Booster soft 3. Vivian Bray C2.lTlCI'Ol'1 BI' Tumer Motorcycle Club 2, 3. l Sherry Bridge CEC 1, 2, Koyonos 1, 2, 3, Arr Club 5, Bowling 2, 3, Attendance Office Asst. 2, 3. Annette Brown Bob Brown Photography Club 1, YFC 1, 2, Yearbook Staff 2, 3. Gary Brown Judy Butler jerry Butler DECA 3, Childn-n's Play 1. Linda Cain Pep Club 1,,3, DECA 2, DECA V.-Pres. 2, GAA 2, 3, Stu. Co. Rep. 3, Volleybflll 2, 3, P.E. Asst. 3, Intramurals 2, Library Asst. 1, Lab Asst. 2, Senibr Lounge Committee 3. Darrell Caldwell spolnsh Club 2, 5, Soph. Fooflylll. Robert Campbell Candy C2.1'lflICl.l Pep Club 1, 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, Intramural Bowling 3, Nlaiorette 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Clarinet Choir 2, LibrarylAsst. 1. Randy Caster T-Club 2, 5, sm. oo. 5, rcyl 3,1113 Asst. 3, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, Intramural Volleyball 3, Yell Leader 3, "Best of Broadway" 3, Senior Assembly 3. Dan Carter l 4' Q 4 H1-., sill., rg,-v .al gfappgwwfiwvwiym hm afufafwwa4fEv,19a5JTfQ ,l72Le07fZwwza152l7Zefwfe0fw77u1a gg Q5MMM l Steve Carter Tim Carver Mafllynn Pep Club 1, Lit and Wit 1, National Honor Society 2, 3, National Honor Society V.-Pres. 3, Bowling 1, 2, Lab W Asst. 2. Linda Cavasos Ken Chambers Football 1, Track 1. jeff Chiles Joni Claybrook Punch Club 3, Choir 3. CllI'1C Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Bear Alternate 2, Lcttcrgirl 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3. jim Coffin DECA 5, PE Am. 2. 'i Cynthia Coleman cp Club 1, 2, 'morn 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, Principal' Council 2, 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3, "Rally Round the Flag, Boys," Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Stage Band 2, 3, Pep Band 2, Clarinet Choir 2, Clarinet Quarter 1, Library Asst. 1. DCC Compton Pep Club 1, 2, OEA 3, Historian for OEA 3, GAA 2, 5, Intramurall 1, 2, Volleyball 2, PE Asst, 2, Office Asst. 1, Basketball Statistician 2. Karen Cook Pep Club 1, 2, sepia. sgi. of Arms and Secretary 2, Stu. Co. 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 3, Bowling 1, Soph. Class Secretary,-Ir. Class Secretary, Sr. Class V.-President. i Terry Cook Gene Cornelius Pe Club 5, Yell Leader 5, PE Am. 5, Terry Corp TAOTA 11, 2, Football 1, "up the Down Staircase," "Dial 'M' for Murdcr,1' "Guys and Dolls," "Rally Round the Flag," "The Spirit of love," "Music Man." Pam Crafton Connie Craig National Honor Society 2, 5, Fra 1, TAOTA 1, Kayettes 1, Art Club 1 , 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, GAA Pt. Secretary 2, GAA President 3, Valley 1, 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, PE Asst. 2, 3, Office , sst. 3, Choms 1, Yearbook Staff 3. JCff Cfalgg Football il, Track 1, VVrestling 1, 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 3, T-Club il. Bob Crane morn 1, 2, 5, Yrc 1, 2, Debate 5, 2, cnc 1, 2, Booster Club 2, Boosier Staff 3, "Up the Down Staircase," "You've Come a Long Way Baby," "Dial 'M' for Murder," "Guys and Dolls," "Rally R' und the Flag, Boys," "Spirit of Love," "Stage Door," "Flow rs for Algemon," "The Best of Broadway," "Hello Dolly," Chil n's Plays 1, 2, 3, Best Supporting Actor 3. Angi Crockett TA TA 1, 2, FYC 1, 2, 5, National Honor seei- ety 2, 3, Kayertes 3, p Club 1, 2, 3, Lettergirl 3, "Up the Down Staircase," 'Guys an Dolls," "Music Man," Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Tirle III Advisory Coinm. 3. Debbie Crumblis Pep ciiib 1, 2, 5, GM 2, 5, Bowling 2, 5, Chilclren's Play 1, F :ball Statistician 3, Basketball Statistician 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 3. if- 4 11-19 ...J ..-1 i Paula Crystal Kayettes 1, 2, 5, v..Pfes. Kayettes 5, Pep Club 1, 2, PTA 1, Intramurals 1, Volleyball 2, 3. Victoria Kaycttes 1, 2, 3, Kayettes Parliamentarian 5, Pep Club 2, 5, Health Careers 3, Bowling 2, 3. William Curth Ronnie Dado sn1.co.2,5,sf11.Co.v.-P1es.5,TAoTA 5, Track 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, PE Asst. Z, 3, Yell Leader 3, "Stage Door," "Best of Broadway," "Hello Dolly," Yearbook Staff. SUZZIIHC Daniels Kayettes 1, 2, Pep Club 1, OEA 5, Attendance Asst. 2, Booster Staff 2. jess DeCoudres An Club 1, 2, 5, VICA at Avrs 5, Football Mgr. 1, 2, 5, Track Mgr. 2. George DeCoster sm. co. 1, 2, 5, T-club 5, Wmstling 1, 2. 5, Football 1, 2, 3, Printed the Booster 5. Gina Detrie Bowling 1, 2, Bowling smmry 1, 2, lab Asst. 2, Office Practice Asst. 3. Ron Devalllf Tumer Motorcycle Club 2, Children's Play 1, Art Asst. 5. john DeVolder Pep Band 1, stage Band 1, 2. Kim Dickson Debbie Dinsmore Kayettes 1, Pep Club 2, 3, Sr. Sgt. of Arms, GAA Z, 5, Volleyball 5, Bowling 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Drill Team 3. Kathy Dobson Donna Dombrack Kayettes 1, 2, CEC 1, 2, 5, Pep Club 1, Debate Booster Staff 3. Ronnie Doty comm Band 1, 2, vlcA 5, v1c:A Secretary 5. Roberta Dressler ayettes 1, csc 1, Yrc 1, 2, Science Club 3, Intramurals 1, Bowlirlg 2, "Up the Down Staircase", "Guys and Dolls", "Rally Round the Flag Boys", Children's Play 1, Biology Asst. 2, 3, Booster Staff 2, 3, Booster Circulation Mgr. 3. Terry Drinkard Cclneert Band 1, 2, 5. Mike Drum Ron Dull mom 2, An Club 1, 3, Football 1, "Up inn Down Staircase", "Dial 'M' lor Murder", "Guys and Dolls", Children's Play 1, 2, Debate 1. Denise Dunahoo 1Pep cinb 1, Stu-Co 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, Bowling 1, Volleyball 2, P.E. Asst. 2, Debate 1, 2,jr. Class Trea- surer, "Guys and Dolls", "Up the Down Staircase." Debbie Dl11'lC2.D Pep Club 1, Z, Booster Staff 3, Booster Ad Mgt. 3. Debbie Dusenberry 'rAo'rA 1, 2, 5, TAOTA Historian 2, TAOTA Exec. Chairman 3, VICA Vice President 3, "Up the Down Staircase", "You've Come a Long Way Baby", "Dial 'M' for Murder", "Guys ind Dolls", "Rally Round the Flag, Boys", "The Spirit of Love", "The Music Man", "Stage Door", "Flowers for Algernon", "The Best of Broadway", "Hello, Dolly", Chil- clren's Plays 1, 2, 3, st Supporting Actress 2, Best Actress 3, Lay- out ancl Design Awa 1 2, Publicity Chairman 2, Drama Asst. Z, Printing Asst. 5. ' Dale Eason rcinb 1, 2, 5, T-cinb President 5, rnnnsnii 1, ans. ketball 1, Track 1, 2, 5, Cross Country 2, 3, P.E. Asst. 2, 3, "The Spirit of Love", "FloI ers for Algemon", "The Best of Broadway", Booster sports Editor 3, Senior Exec. Council. Debbie E2.SCCl'lll'1 Science Club 3, Biology Asst. 3. Vicki Easton sni-cni1, 2, 5, Spanish Club 1, 2, 5, Lit at wit 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, GAA Vile-Pres. 3, FTA 1, YFC 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 5, Varsity Volleyball 1, 2, 3,jr. Exec. Council, Spanish Contests. Kristi Eastwood Pqp Club 1, 2, 3, Knyeitns 1, TAOTA 2, 5, GAA 2, 3, Intramural: 1, 2, 5, Lettergirl 3, Choir 2, 3, "Spirit of Love", "Music Man", l 'Stage Door", "Best of Broadway", Volley- ball Mgr. 3, Monica Edwards 1lAo'rA 1, 2, 5, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Knyencs 1, 2, 3, Health Careers 1,lDECA 2, 5, Bowling 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, P.E. Asst, 2. Sh2ll'Ol'1 Elkins Kayeirtes 1, 2, Health Careers 2, 3, Library Asst. 2. Kathy E1'1K'llS CEC 1, 2, Pep Club 1, Kayertes 1, Choir 3. John Enright , -0 5"--as kv ll" Sari V -li" .Q- ' we -J s.-. 2.5 fa- Q if .,.i nv l 50's s E f 4-J, fi Q4 QI' wr-pw Mary Ann Pep Club 1, TAOTA 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, Bowling 3, "Rally Round the Flag, Boys", Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Stage Band 1, 2, 3, Clarinet Band 1, 2, Pep Band 2, Woodwind Quintet. Debbie Eubanks Pep Club 1, sni-Ce 2, 5, Bowling 2, 5, sepn. Class Treasurer. David Fangrow Carla Fewin Pep Club 1, 2, OBA 5, Bowling 2. Linda Fissette Fm 1, Spanish Club 2, 5, Bowling 5. Teresa Foster Pep Club 1, OBA 5. Richard Fox Dacn 2, 5, Lab Asst. 2, GMHCI Kayettes 1, Pep Club 2, 3, Tumer "Bear" 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Spanish Club President 3, Stu-Co 3, Russian Club 3, Bowling 2, 3, Spanish Asst. 3. Bonnie Gerster Pep Club z, 5, Pnneipnre Council 2, 5, An Club 2, French Club, French Club President 3, Kayettcs 3, Russian Club 3, "Best of Broadway", Tumer's Rep. to La-Icune Aliance 3. Diana Gieck Greg Goodenow Andie-video Teen 1, 2, 5, Radio Club 2, 5, Spanish Club 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3,jr, Safety Comm, 2, 3. Harvey Gow Wrestling 1. Morton Griggs Yrc 2, 5, "up the Down siniieeeen, "Rally Round the Flag, Boys", Chi1dren's Plays 1, Library Asst. 1, 2. Mike Grogan 'l'-club 1, 2, 5, sm-oe 1, 2, FCA 1, 5, National Honor Society 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 3, Football Honors: All EKL 22, 3, All Wy- Co 2, 3, Honorable All State 2, 2nd Team All State 3, Honorable Mention All Metro 3, Spirit Week "Baby" Winner 1,,Ir. Class Vice-Pres., Mr. Legs Candidate 2, Homecoming King 3, "Best of Broadway," Rena Groom Principal's Advisory Council 2, 5. Steve GllllCy Children's Plays 1 Cindy Gumble Chf.lStlDC Gurtler Health Careers 3 Lrbrary Asst 2 Lxbrary Asst. 3, l Terry Guy I Debbie Hader BoosterStaff1 z 5 Russian Club3 Orme Work 3. Clyde Hale Mike Hammonrree Debbie Haresnape P Glenda Harrison Pep National Honor Socicryl 2, 3, Girls Intramurals ll. Penny Harrer Lit and NU Vice-President 3, Hcaltli 2, 3, Bowling 1, "Guys Boys" 2, Drug Abuse W Starej 2. W Philip Hatch sm. co. Committee 2, 3, Foorbal ber of Boys' Stare 1973. Lori Hayes Pep Club 1,2 YFC1 2 3 Chonrl 2 Kaycttesl OEA 3, "Guys and Doll james Hayes TAOTA Club 3, Track Mgr. 1, Dc book 3. Bryan Helm YFC3,T M 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 3, Vloodwind Quintcr 2 Scocr Helm Radio Club AVTS 3. 1 TClubl 2 3 PnncrpalsAdvrsory ll 2 3 Track! Wrcstlingl 2 3 Mem i SUC Booster Staff 3. Mary Hernandez Pep Club 3, Arr Club 5, Drill Team 5. Brad Hewitt T-Club 5, Football 1, 2, 5. Robert Hill T-Club 1, 2, 5, srn. co. 2, 5, Industrial Ano Club 5, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, Matching Band 1. Ralph Hilton MKII Hodson Stu. Co, 1, National Honor Society 2, 3, French Club 3, French Club Treasurer 3, Band Treasurer 2, Student Advi- sory Committee 1, 2, 3, Chairman Principal's Committee 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, Stage Band 1, 2. Tom Holenbeck Wrestling 1, 2, 5. Mary Holiday D620 Holt DECA 2, 3, Track 2, "Up the Down Staircase" 1. DOfOtl'ly HOIIOH Kaycttes 1, Pep Club 1, Z, 3,jr. Sgt. at Arms, GAA 1, 2, 3, Stu. Co, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Volleyball 1, Z, Bowl- ing 1, 2, 3, Lettcrgirl 3. Mike Hoyle Nada HIVHC Yugoslavian Exchange Student 3. Bryan Hurst National Honor sooirry 2, 3, Lit and Wir 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Contest Wichita 1, 2, Oklahoma 2, Pittsburg 2. Kenneth Jacobson Football Soph. andjV 1, Weight Liftingl Z, 3, Wmstling 3. Mark jaimes YFC 1, 5, Spanish Club 2, 5, National Honor Soci- ety 2, 3, Member of Who's Who 2, 3, Basketball Mgr. 1, "Up the Down Staircase" 1, Music Man Orchestra 2, Stage Band 1, Pep Band 2, 3. Rusty james Terry Jeffries DECA 1, z. Cathy johnson TAOTA 1, 2, 5, Kaymcs 1, "Up me Down Staircase," "You've Clam: a Long Way Baby," "Guys and Dolls,' "Rally Round the Flag, Boys," "Spirit of Love," Chilclrcn's Plays 1. l jeff johnson Laquita johnson Bpwling 1, Lab Asst. 2, 5, Marilyn johnson Kayeucs 1, Pep Club 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, Bowla ing 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, Choir 2, PE Asst. 3, Yearbook Staff 3 l Gary jones 1 Randy Jones Rosemary jones N Donna Keith Jeannie Kelley Pep Club 1, Bowling 5, Volleyball 1. Terry Kelley Marianna Kietzman Pep Club 1, 2, 3, sm. ce. 2, jv Cheer- leader 1, 2, Stu. Co. lntramurals 2, Bowling 3, PE Asst. 2, 3, Track 3, Lettergirl 3. Ronnie Kif f Laura KlmlCf Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club V.-Pres. 2, Lit and Wit 1, TAOTA 2, 3, TAOTA Secretary 3, National Honor Society 2, 5, Sr, Class Treasurer, "You've Come a Long Way Baby," "Guys and Dolls," "Rally Round the Flag Boys," "Spirit of Love," "Music Man," "Stage Door," "Flowers for Algernon," "Best of Broadway," "Hello Dolly," Children's Play 3, Govcrnor's Ball 1, 2, Debate 1, 2, 3, Debate Asst, 2, 3, State Music Contest 1, Youth Appreciation Breakfast 3. Gene Kirby TAOTA 3, Basketball 1, "Rally Round me Flag Boys," Children's Plays 2, PE Asst. 2, 3, Yell Leader 3, Knowles Kayettes 1, Attendance Asst. 3. Charlotte Koger David Kohl T-Club z, 5, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 2, Track 1, 2, Baseball 3. Denyse Kring Pep Club 1, 2,111 Sgt. of Arms for Pep Club, Bowling 1, PE Asst. Z. Gwen Lacefield Pep Club 2, GM 2, 5, Volleyball 2, 3, Choirz, 5, Stage Band 3, Concert Band 3, Drum Major 3, Pep Band 3. Connie Lading CEC 1, 2, lceyeeree 1, 2, YFC 1, Pep Club 1, A11 Club 3, Bowling 1, 2, Attendance Asst. 3. Vivian Lamas Pep Club 1, 5, Keyenes 1, YFC 1, An Club 3, Drill Tcam 5, Bowling 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, Attendance Asst. 2, 3. Rhonda Laningham L2.WSO!'1 YFC 1, Principa1's Advisory Council 3, Office Asst. 3. Tim Lee Choir 2, 3. Llfldifl lJCVCI'lCl'1 Kayettes 1, 2, 3, Kayettcs Historian 3, CEC 2, 3, Library Asst. 2, 3. Mike Libeer T.c1ub ,3, T-Club sgf. of Arms 3, wrestling 1, rootbni 1, 2, 3, PE Asst. 2, 3. SUSHII LOg2.I1 FFA 1, Pep Club 1, 2, Stu. Co. 1, Kayettes 1, Art Club 1, 2. Janice Long Kaymcsi. l l l Teresa Loomis DECA 2, 3, sweaty of DECA 3. Cheryl Lust Pep clubli, om 3, secretary om 3. Cindy Lust Pep Club 1, om 3, Parliamcntarian of on 3. Penny Lurjen Pep club 1, Bowling 1. jim Magerl Robert Maher Radio Club 1, 2, 3. Bob Mahoney "Up the Dovm Staircase," "Guys and Dolls," "Rally Round the Flag pays," "Spirit of have," "Music Man," "Stage Door," "Best of Broadway," "Hello Dolly," Chilclren's Play 1, Booster Staff 3. Mallinson VICA 5, Football 1, 2, Wxsthng 1, 2, 3, Track 1, AVTS 3. Ron Marah 1 l Stan Marvel Sandy MZIHCY FTA Health Careers 1, Kayettes 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, bowling 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, PE Asst. 2, 3, Clothing Asst. 3, Iittergirl 3, "Spirit of have," "Best of Broadway," "Hello Dolly." Lynda McCall Pep Club 1, z, 3, Cheerleader, Headjv 1, Cheet- leader, Varsity 2, 3, Hcagd Varsity 3, Stu. Co. 1, 5, PE Asst. 2, Year- boolt Staff 2, 3. me 1 -1-1 LYHCIIC JV Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 5, Stu. Co. 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 5, PE Asst. 2, 3, Year- book Sraff 2, 5. Gary McDaniel T-clnb 1, 2, 3, vnniry Mgr. for Fnnrbnll, Bin- ketball, Wfrestling, and Track 1, 2, 5, "Best of Broadway," Library Asst. 1, 2, Sr. Lounge Comm. T-Club Secretary 3, Yearbook Staff 3. Sue McGarvey French Club 2, 3, Russian Club 3, CEC 3. Sonny McWilliams FTA 1, srn. cn. 2, 5, Stu. cn. Pfnsidenr 3. Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Woodworldng Asst. 5, Yearbook Staff 3. Dennis Menefee Connie Messick DECA 1, 2, Treasurer of DECA 3, Bowling 1, Attendance Assr. 2, Kaycttes 3. Mike Miller Cindy Milliner Health earners 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Bowling 2, 5, Clothing Asst. 3. Debbie Montoya Pep Club 2, 3, Kayettcs 3, Bowling 1, Drill Team 3, Office Asst. 3. Carol Morrell Dennis Murray 11111-1111111-.11 Volleyball 3. Sandy Murray Kayetrcs 1, om 3. OBA v..Pm. 3. Steve Myer 'relnb 1, 2, 3, FCA 1, 3, linnilnll 1, 2, 3, Bnslnnbill 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, "Bcsr of Broadway," PE Asst. 5. Steve Nauss Pnneipnls Council 2, 3, Basketball 1, PE Am. 2, sni. cn. 3, Baseball 3. Paul Newton 2 l Molly Noernberg Pep Club 1, Z, 3, Health Careers 1, Kayettcs 2, 3, Lcttergirl 3, Bowling I, 2, 3. JOhn Nolte Track 1, 3, Booster Staff 5, Associate Editor 3. Karen O,H3fC Pep Club 1, Childrcn's Play Z, Guidance Office Asst. 2, Ray O'Neal Sandy Osborn OWCIIS Intramurals 1, 2, Weight Lifting 2, Yell leader 3. ShCl'l'y P21CldCCk Kayertes 1, OEA 3, OEA Treasurer 3. Valdo Padillo Geoffrey Parks An Club 1, 2, 3, Industrial Arts Club s, Track I, Audio-Visual Asst. B, Cindy Paden Teresa Payton CEC 2, 5, sfagedoof 3, Library Asst. 2. jean Phelan Glenda Phillips Kayettes 1, TAOTA 1, OEA 3, Girls' chorus 2. 1 "Up thd Down Staircase." Kathy Phillips Timothy Pickle Robert Pierce Football 1, 2, Industrial A115 Club 5. Susan Pope Av'l's 5. MlkC Powell T-Club 2, 3. T-Club V-Pres. 3, National Honor Society 2, 5, FCA 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Wrestling 1, Base ball 3, "Best of Broadway", Sr. Executive Council 3, P.E. Asst. 2, 3, Yell Leader 5. Steve Powers DECA 5. Bill Preston T-Club 5, Football 1, 2, 5, Tl-,tk 1, 5, Laura Ptomey Pep Club 1, 2, 5, TAOTA l, Health careers 5, Lettergirl 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3, "Best of Broadway", Marching Band 1, 2. 5. Kathy Rank Lab Asst. 2, Guidance Office Asst. 3, DECA 2. Walter Rausch Radio Club 1, 2, 5, Radio Club President 1, 2, 5 CEC 2, 3, Health Careers 1, 2, 3, Health Careers Treasurer 5, Video Club 3, Science Club 3, Basketball Mgr. 1, Debate 1,jr. Safety Commissioner 2, 3, Wrestling Announcer 2, Yell Leader 3. james Ray Mike Reardon Cl1lldI'Cl'l,S Play 2. Dewayne Reynolds TAOTA 1, 2, 5, TMC 2, 5, Football 1, 2, Wmstling 1, Children's Play 1, 2, "Rally Round the Flag Boys", Yell Leader 5. RlCl'13I'Cl Rhodes Industrial Arts Club 3, Industrial Arts V-Pres. 3, Sr. Executive Council, Football 1, 2, P.E. Asst. 3. julia Richards Pep Club 1, 2, 5, Lettergirl 5, DECA 2, 5, Kay' ettes 3, Bowling 3. David Richardson Pep Band 1, Stage Band 2, Concert Bank 1, 2. 3. Debbie Richardson Bowling 3. Donna Richardsoh Cnfmnn Helper 3. Kathy Richardson Wayne Richardso Track 1. David Ring lit and 1 it 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, Band 1, National Spanish Exam 1, 2, 5, Spanish Contest: Wich- ita 2, 3, Pittsburg 2, 3 'Tulsa 2. Laura Rippcrgcr EC 1, Health cnnxfs 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Kaycttes 2, Kayettes A cl Member 3, GAA 2, 3, Lettergirl 3,,IV Volleyball Team 2, Office Assistant 2, 3. 1 Rafael Rwera Spanish cinb 3, sfnamf Council a, Baseball 3, Foreign Exchange Sruident from Venezuela. Alan Roark Robbins FootbTll 1, Track 1, Yell Leader 3. Mike Roberts Cub Reporter for the Booster 2, Editor-in-Chief of the Booster 5. Barbara Robertson Pep cinb 1, 2, 3, Lnnfrgirl 5, Knymcs 3, Bowling 3, Childrend Play 1. Toni Rodriguez Pep cinb 1, Kayettes 1, 2, OBA 3. l Steve Rogers Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Stage Band 1, 2, Concert Band 1, 2, 5. Becky Rollwagen Pep Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, a,jn vmify Vol- leyball 1, Varsity Volleyball 2, Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3. Mary Rook Pep cinb 1, 2, a, TAOTA 5, Honor Society 2, s,Jv Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, "Guys and Dolls" 1, "Stage Door" 3, "Flowers for Algemon" 3, "Best of Broadway" 3, Vice-President of Class 1, Football Homecoming Candidate 2, Band 3. f-A lk .--5 -l 'iv inf ..,-v Q-9 ...- ,pa-s ,Ya-0 Keith Rosen TAOTA 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Spanish Club Treasurer 3, TAOTA Hours Keeper 2, TAOTA President 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, "Up the Down Staircase," "Dial 'M' for Murder," "You've Come a Long Way Baby," "Guys and Dolls," "Rally Round the Flag Boys," "Spirit of Love," "Music Man," "Stagedoor," "Flowers for Algemonf' "Best of Broadway, "Hello Dolly," Chilclren's Plays 1, 2, 3, Spanish Asst. 3. Bill Rusk Ruskaup Health Chreers 1, 2, 3, Health Careers President 3, DECA 2, OEA 3. Rodrigo Sandoval sn.. co, 3, Pep cinh 3, Spanish Club 3, Football 3, Yell Leader 3, Exchange Student from Ecuador 3. Terry Schaffer snr co. 1, z, 3, T-club 1, 2, 3, sn.. oo. v.-Pros. 2, PE Asst. 2, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 3, Boys Intra- murals 3. Schoenbergcr Science Club 3, Lab Asst. 2, 3. Bruce Shroeder TAOTA 2, TMC 2, sngo Bond 1, 2, 3, March- ing Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, "Rally Round the Flag Boys," "Spirit of Love," "Stage Door" 3. ,rl'1Cl'CS2. SChL'1lC1' Pep Club 1, Kayettes 1, OEA 3. Vickie Scrivner Penny S621 Sr. Executive Council. Clyde Sccrest FTA 1, we 1, Photography Club 1, Quill and Scroll 2, CEC 2, Concert Band 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Stage Band 1, 2, Yearbook 2, 3, Basketball 1, Photography Asst. 3. Louis Seve Foofi-131111. Lori Shinn Knyonos 1, OEA 3. David Shreckengaust DECA 2. Pam Shuster Pop Club 1, TAOTA 1, YFC 1, Bowling 3, "Up the Down Staircase," "Hello Dolly," G1ildren's Play 1. 1, l . . . I V1ClC1 Slgler Pep Club 1, CEC 1, Kayettes 1, Art Club 3, Attend- ance Asst. 2, 3. Robert Simon Footpall 2. Debbie Smith Pep Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Office Aaaa. 3, Spanish Asst, 3. Doug Wrestl ng 1, 2, Sciencc Club 3. JC2l'1ll'1C Smith Pep tlllub 1, Kayettes 1, 2, Health Careers 1, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Attendance Asst. 2, 3. Kelly Smith T-Club h, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3. Stephanie Smith Pclp Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club sac. 3, GAA 1, 2, 3 Spanish Club 2, 3 lleyball 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, , , Vo Drill Team 3. Karen Sparks Kayctics 1, CEC 1, OEA 3, OEA Rcpoalaa 3, Bowling 1, 2, Lab Asst' 2. David Spence National Honor Socicry 2, 3, President of National Honor 3, Pnrlcipal's Advisory Council 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Accompanied "Guyd and Dolls," "Music Man," and "Hello Dolly," State Music Contests I, 2, 3. JUIIC Splllman Kayettcs 1, OEA 3, Bowling 1, 2, Counselor Asst. 2. Debbie Staley CEC 3, GAA 3, DECA 2, Volleyball 3, Special Ed. Asst. 3, Homecoming Queen 3, Sr. Class Secretary, Exchange Student to Denmark 3. Alan Stanton Paaaalpals Advisory Council 3. 1 George Stevens Footlball 1, sr. Executive Council. Donald Stinnet "spirit of Love," "Rally Round the Flag Boys, "Music Man" Brad Stueber l l l N Robin T-Club Treasurer 3, PE Assistant 3, Basketball 1, 2, 5, Baseball 3. PM Szczygiel Kayertes 1, Pep Club 1, 2,,3, Health Careers 2, 3, Health Careers Vice-President 3, Girls Intramurals 1, Bowling 3, Biology Asst. 2, Bachelor Living Asst. 3, Drug Abuse Workshop QKSTCJ 3, Prom Dec. Comm. 2. Debby Tavener TAOTA 1, DECA 2, 3, DECA Historian 3. Ron Tavencr Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1. Mike Ti1Y.lOI' Football 1, French Club 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Booster Staff Advertisement Manager 3, Cross Country 2. Kathy TIIOIHZS Health Careers 1, Kayetres 1, 2, 3, Kayctte Board 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, "Stage Door" 3, "Bcsr of Broadway" 3. Ginger Tolliver Wally Torrence Football 1, Golf 1, 2. Kenith TI.1l'lCy Turner Motorcycle Club 2. Billie Tuter Pep Club 1, TAOTA 1, sm. co. 1, 2, OEA 5,012.21 President 3, "Up the Down Staircase," "You'vc Come a Long Way Baby," "Music Man," Children's Play 1. Bob Valleau Booster Staff 2, 3, Sports Wnter Z, Feature Editor 3. BOl'1f1lC Vavricek Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club Mascot 2, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, "Rally Round the Flag Boys," "Music Man," Office Asst. l, 2, 3, Sr. Executive Council, Kansas State School Board Convention 3, Stu- dent Govemmenr Day 3. Karen Vincent Cindy Walker Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club Presidcnt3,F'1'A 1, Kayettes 1, 2, 3, GAA 2, 5, GAA Sec. and Treas. 3, Intramurals 1, Z, 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3, Stu. Co. 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 5.11. Executive Council, Prom Committee 2, Lab Asst. 2, PE Assr. 2, 3. Dyilll VU2.llCCf Miss Legs Nominee 1. 175 I76 Bob VVHHCCI' Motortycle Club 2, 5, President of Motorcycle Club 2. Terry Walker Harold Walls Laurie Waterman l-'rn 1, CEC 2, 5, Kayettcs 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Bowling 2, 3, Library Asst. 1, Lab Asst. 2. Greg Webb CEC 2,e, Baseball 5. Mark Webb Brad Wesolosld FCA 1, Football 1, Basketball l, Golf 2. Terry West T-clttls 3, Football 1, 2, s, Wrestling Mgt. 2, 5, "Best of Broadway," Weight Lifting 1, 2, 5, Video-tape Commen- rator for Basketball 3.1 , t Roger Whlles , Randy Widener morn 1, 2, 3, TAOTA sgt. of Arms 2, TAOTA V.-Presidentii, TAOTA Head of Publicity 3, "Up the Down Staircase," "You've Come a Long Way Baby," "Dial 'M' for Murder," "Rally Round the Flag Boys," "Spirit of Love," "Music Man," "Stage Door," "Flowers for Algemon," "Best of Broadway," "Helly Dolly," Childrcn's Plays 1, 2, 5, Drama Asst. 2, Sr. Executive Council. DCWZYIIC XX1llSOl'l liussian Club 3, Football Mgr. 1, "Up the Down Staircase," Chill1lren's Plays 1. Theresa Wilson Pep Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 5, Spanish III Representative 2, Bowling 2. Brad Winchell T-Club 1, 2, 5, French Club 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Basltcrball 1, 2, 5, Gtslli 1, 2, "Music Man," Ptssitlent of Soph, Class, Student Govemrnent Day 1, President of Senior Class. Steve VVlI'1Cgill' Tradk 1, Baseball 5, Concert Band 1, 2, 5, Stage Band 3. David Winslow -.Sf ,iff 5 s! ,,,.,.f'l '23 47' Q.. 'vi .....av Debbie Wlynlngcr Kayettes 1, GAA 2, 5, TAOTA 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Volleyball Mgr. 3. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, "Spirit of Love," "Music Man," "Stage Door," "Best of Broadway," "Hello Dolly " Choir 2 3 -IOl'1I1 WOOdSOn Industrial Arts Club 3, 4-I-5 Q11? 1--.Q 3' larry Wonhingron spanish Club z, 5, Basketball 1, 2, Intra- murals Volleyball 3, Football Statistician l,jr. Executive Council. Mike Wonhy DECA 2, 3. K3IhlC Wright Bowling 3, "Best of Broadway," Children's Plays 3. Stormy Wylie Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Lettergirl 3, Pep Club Program Chairman 2, Art Club 1, 2, Lit and Wit 1, TAOTA 3, "Music Man," "Flowers for Algemonf' "Stage Door," "Best of Broadway," "Helly Dolly," Soph. Girls Ensemble, Choir 3, Choir President 5, Office Asst. 3. David Yoakum Football 1, Baseball 5. Barbara Zaragoza Pep Club 1, CEC 1. Pam ZllClC Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Icttergirl 3, Kaycttcs 1, 2, Kayettes V.-Pres. 2, French Club 3, French Club Program Chairman 3, Bowling 1, Z, 3, Track 3, Talent Show 1, Sr. Assembly, Lab Asst. 2, Office Asst. 3, PE Asst. 3, Stu. Co. 3, Stu. Co. Conference. Zllfn Kayettes 1, Art Club 3, Art Club Secretary 5, Clothing Asst. 3. Delbert Flaherty VICA 3. In 1 yearjohn Fei and change the na, misss hner will become Spanish Club president e to thejuan Feighner Movement. In 5 years Chris Swarts will still be trying to be as good as Alan johnson. In 10 years Mr. Kirkman will finally get the chance to spar Louis Seve. In 10 years studen rings in the cafete is will find that those really weren't teeth :ia - they were doughnuts. In 5 years Becky Rollwagen will still be wondering what's wrong with her dr: ving. In 20 years Bob Lovell will still be riding a minibike in com- petition. In 10 years Davy Bardwell will find the girl he really wants. In 10 years Judy Bntler's eyes will pop out. In 1 year Turner's In 25 years Terri basketball team will be number one. eriford will be the first woman's chief of staff at K.U. or Be hany. In 5 years Steve M' ler will still be asked if he is the Steve Miller who sings " e joker? In 5 years Cindy Mlilliner will still be saying "Oh, no! My hair will get kinkyf' In 5 years Vicki Ea 'ton will be happily married, have 3 kids, and be fat and sass . In 5 years Mr. Horfath will be tall enough to look eye to eye with the juniors. In 5 years the teen other. sat Highland Crest will learn to love each In 50 years Dorthea Horton will still be looking for a man of her own. In 25 years David Kohl will still be saying "Boy, Ilm coolll' In 5 years Mr. Hamilton will still be singing in 3rd hour. In 10 years Bryan urst will get run over while driving his own car, lose his ro d map and be stranded 2 blocks from his house. In 10 years Lee Bo is wrong. zarth will still be saying he is right when he In 5 years Don Tee! ers will be calling Connie Alvey and Deb- bie Crumbliss and saying in a light voice, "Hi There!" aww In 10 years john Brown will still be telling his mom that someone else did ir. In 10 years the senior loungers will be watching "All My Childrenv and still won't know ifjeff is going to get his divorce. ln 2 years Debbie Dusenberry will be saying "Randy is just a good friend." In 5 years Connie Lading and Teresa Blackmore will finally be able to quit buzzing State Avenue searching for a couple of guys. In 10 years Clint will still be saying to every girl "I know itis love." In 5 years Terry Drinkard will still be asking Debbie Hares- nape for a ride home because his car isn't fixed yet. In 5 years Rhonda and Skip Laningham will still be unable to communicate. In 5 years Charlotte Koger will be married to Tom Rhodes and have two sets of triplets. In 10 years Mr. Wilkins will ask Mrs. Carmichael questions BEFORE he turns on the p.a. system. In 10 years the senior boys of T.H.S. will still be betting on who makes the best bread. In 10 years the key chain of Mike Roberts will finally hit the right place. In 5 years Cheryl Lust will finally say that all of Paul Meese's close junior friends can have him. In 1984 my M.R. sister, Leanna, will still be telling Brad Wes- oloski Polack jokes when he gets mad at her. In 2 years Turner High will burn down. In 5 years Mary Holiday will be married and have two chil- dren. In 10 years Mr. Kirkman will do a commercial for "Turtle Wax" using his bald head as the surface to show how the wax shines. In 5 years the Attendance Office will still be trying to figure out all of "DOC" McDaniel's absences. In 5 years the "three goolies" will be shot at sunrise for tee- peeing one too many yards. In 10 years Teresa Wilson will be wondering still why her car won't start. Cymiflbww. In 10 years Kathy Dobson will be playing "Sally" on the Young and the Restless. In 10 years Mike Powell will still be saying "It must be one of those times you had to be there." In 5 years the TV inbeam language will be universal. In 20 years Bob Hill will still be grounded for coming home drunk. In 10 years Mary Hinton will be a brunette. In 10 years Vicki Scrivner will realize she is a girl and not a tree. In 5 years Mark Williams will be able to go out with a girl ten years older than himself and not be afraid. In 10 years there will still be a girl named Vicki blocking the way of Debbie and Connie. In 5 years Jeanne Beasley will bejeanne DeVolder but will still be known as Miss Personality to a chosen few. In 10 years the letter girls and the cheerleaders will be getting along. In 5 years you will see Ron Doty still hitting telephone poles with his Camaro. In 10 years Dee will finally make the big decision between Marty and Steve. In the next 5 years Miss Bond will finally get the video tape equipment to work for the 5rd hour class. In 10 years Steve Myer will still be fouling out. In 5 years Turner High will fall into dust if Mr. Kirkman doesn't stop pounding on the walls. In 10 years Steve Gulley will still be racingjim Hays' Plym- outh with his Corvair and still losing. 10 years from now Angi will still be saying "Rodney told me he still loves me." In 10 years the echo of "joe Namath" will still be ringing in our ears from Kathy Dobson. Within 5 years Glenda and David will be married and blessed with a beautiful baby girl. In 5 years the graduated members of the 3rd hour math class in business will still be wondering what 3 + 2 equals. In 5 years Harvey Gow will finally talk his Dad into letting him get wider tires for his car. In 10 years Gregg Holme's car will still not be running. In 2 years julie Culey will still be trying to decide which boy should walk her to class. In 10 years Luca puci Pepperoni and Punchy Paula Pervent and Black Beauty will be able to sing in harmony with each other to O'Neal. In 10 years jim Mallinson will still be driving his '50 Plym- outh. In 10 years Gene Chambers will say "I AM going to fix up that car." In 10 years Tootsie Roll, Eric, Hyden, and B. Bear will still be the best friends I have ever had. In 10 years Aileen Smith will be sitting in the back room of her pet shop, jabbing some dog with a needle, and loving every second of it. Mrs. Carter will still be the study hall teacher in 4 years. In 20 years Crystal will still be saying "Can you get me a date with him ?" In 10 years Walter Rausch will be a practicing witch doctor in New Zealand. In a year or so the yearbook staff will have enough good pho- tographers. In 5 years Liz Smart will have learned to type and make note cards. In 5 years something exciting is going to happen to Sandy Matney, but what? In 10 years Turner High will be wiped off the map. In 5 years there will be no gas to run the buses and no energy to run the schools. In 150 years PeeWee and Bug will still be happy together. In 5 years Debbie Dusenberry will be as famous as she deserves. In 3 years I predict that Mr. North will be the principal of T.H.S. mms CWM gbwmias, ifagfflm M gaddflfl saying I want to break up." JERRIE BICHEL S.M., M.B., and j.B. will Carol Kolao a crystal ball so she JUDY BUTLER wills Terry Heriford a tape recording of her IIN RHON DA LAN GHAM wills Theresa Keith a pair of size 16 pants so she will be able to move about more freely. DEBBIE DUNCAN wills Bill Duncan to graduate. -JULIE SOUTHE lish class that's as weeks. DAVID RING w' sea Theater so he DEBBIE MONT ide to last until he and CINDY CARMEAN will an Eng- uch fun as the one we had the second nine ls Mr. Heath two tickets to the Old Chel- n see the movie "El Tunelf' YA wills Lynette Crawford enough perox- hair falls out. DONNA, MARYJUDY, CHRIS and SUE will Debbie and her mom a smaller mouth to yell at their neighbors with! GARY ACTON wills Chris Swartz the other seven dwarfs. LAURA RIPPERGER wills Kim Baily to Larry Acton not Gary. CHERRI BOYER room. DEBBIE DUSEN strength to hang i wills Renee and Barb the third floor bath- ERRY wills next year's TAOTA the there and get everybody to understand. CONNIE LADING wills Mark Williams a box of Pampers cuz' he's still a baby. SONNY MCWIL dent Council all th IAMS wills the next president of the Stu- se kicks in the hind area. ELVA HUFFMAN wills Kathy Nichols the ability to gradu- ate in '76 instead of: '77 or '78, JULIA RICHAR whoever takes her S wills her yelling ability as a letter girl to sition next year. TERRY CORP wills his great brain to all future veterinari- ans. 4th hour to anyone wills her job working in the library during who wants it. TERRY WEST wills Mr. Burtschi the ability to realize the Oklahoma Sooners are! DOROTHY HO him the ability to are no longer No. 1 - the Nitty Lions TON and Mr. Kirkman's Sth hour will ake his class interesting. BOB HILL wills his volleyball talent and experience to Ron Hardman. CINDY MILLINER wills Rhonda all the bad times she had at Turner. BILL OWENS wills Stanley Barbarick - Roger Thebo. GARY MCDANIEL wills the next senior class his book "102 Ways to Skip School Legally." VICKI SIGLER wills her car to anyone who needs an excuse for being late and doesn't want to lie about it. PAM SHUSTER wills Mike Shuster's pretty smiles to all girls and teachers. JEANINE SMITH wills the Turner Bridge to anybody who lives over in Muncieville and has to cross it everyday. MARGIE BARLOW wills her International Relations maga- zine to underclassmen who don't know what they are getting into. SHERRY BRIDGE wills Mr. Stratton one bar of his 99 and 44!m1OO pure Ivory Soap. DEBBIE and CONNIE will next year's football statisticians the fun and excitement of working for the team. CINDY LUST wills Gary Archer a set of pipes for his Mus- tang and a girlfriend to shift the gears. JILL CLINE wills her seat in Mr. Syring's class to anyone he can see. CANDY CANTRELL, BRAD WINCHELL, DAVID YOA- KUM, and CINDY COLEMAN will the Christmas bulletin board in Physics to four people in next year's class who think they can finish it. GLENDA HARRISON wills Hap Harrison the letter "R" and her place in the letter girl lineup to keep it in the family. BRUCE SCHROEDER wills Cindy Lukinac to himself so she will stay out of trouble. won't have to use hands again. CHARLOTTE KOGER wills the class of '75 all the fun of the class of '74. "Anonymous" wills Terri H. the ability to make many new friends at Washington next year. 1a12ZaQ6.aaaf75MZ7 MARIANNA KIETZMANN wills Nancy Leeper a nicer P.E. class next year. BOB VALLEAU wills the next Booster Staff "good luck" with Mrs. Callahan. -JIM HAYS wills his driving skill and all his bumper stickers to jim Todd. VICKI EASTON wills Mr. Wilkins a new songbook so he can learn a different song to play before announcements. GLENDA PHILLIPS wills Miss Schmitt to all students lucky enough to have her. ,IILL PHILLIPS wills Mary VandeVelde her business math book so she will have all the answers next year. GENE KIRBY wills Debbie Walker the time between classes to do what she wants next year since he won't be there to walk her to class. LEE BOZARTH wills Mike Kill his ability to listen to music other than by Jethro Tull. SUE and DRU will Debbie Griffin both their diplomas. She'll need them. LINDA CAIN wills next year's volleyball team the ability to win at least one game. JOE DeCOSTER wills Pat Grogan his oranges and raisins so he might be the right weight next year. JEFF CRAIGG wills the lockers arms and legs to hit Mr. Kirkman back. CONNIE CRAIG wills Mr. Baker, Billy jean King. LAURA KIMLER wills Charlene Atkinson and Kristy Allen the men faa1lty's restroom since they spend so much time there. ROBERTA SMITH wills much love and thanks to Mrs. Pope and the one and only Humanities class. HAROLD WALLS wills his locker to unsuspecting juniors and sophomores. VICKI CULEY wills Linda Walters a pair of platform shoes so people can see her in the hall. WALTER RAUSCH wills-Ion Feighner one box of 25 if of assorted radio parts. Maybe he can figure them out! PAT SZCZYGIEL wills Eddie Chrisman her office as vice president of H.C.C. Good luck! TERRY WALKER wills his eagerness to be at school on time to his younger brother. RON ALLEN wills to all: moral excellence, diligence, knowl- edge, self control, perserverance, Godliness, kindness, and Christian love. DEBBIE HADER wills much love and happiness tojanice and the 2nd hour for showing her "the only true gift is a por- tion of thyself." JIM MAGERL wills all his unserved detentions to Frank Hil- gardner. STEVE POWERS wills his football scholarship to Turner back to the school because he won't need it. CARLA FEWIN wills the following saying to anyone who can understand it: "Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday." RANDY WIEDNER wills Roxy, Dorene, Cindy and jane each one-fourth of the Best Actress Award. TIM LEE wills julie Southern four quarts of ear wax so she can't hear him when he speaks. HARVEY GOW wills Don Van Brunt his days to drive to school. LAURIE WATERMAN wills Ginny and Steve a good life together. DONNA DORNBRACK wills Belinda Porter two strong bodyguards who job it will be to get her to class. TON I RODRIGUEQ wills Miss Winter another wild O.E.A. class like the one this year. STEVE BRAINDON wills Bill Killough his car so that he'll at least get something. DEBBIE DINSMORE wills the drill team better looking uni forms. KRISTI EASTWOOD wills all Turner students a pleasant disposition towards one another. PENNY LUTJEN wills janet Erickson her ability to come to school more often. CATHYJOHNSON wills Renee, Barb and Becky her excused absences. They'll need them. Qfwmyqgdemdgfidifwm Q-J Qwwwgwww lwfgizifdlllf CWM 55jw5fQ5'Q0f5wgww1f!9Qgf CWM! 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CEM, em, Thanks tojcanic and Mary's Fashion Shop, 5940 Nieman Road, and to American Tuxedo Company, 1327 Main for helping us prepare this page. lst row: Bill Preston, Mike Grogan, Steve Myer, Kelly Smith, Pat Grogan, Bob Hill, Danny Mertz,john Nolte, Dale Eason, Wayne Richardson. 2nd row: Eddie Washburn,john Washbum, Curt Moore, Ken Cannon, Mike Taylor, Rob Albertson, David Bardwell, Ron Marah, Brian Helm. 3rd row: Randy Keltner,joe1 johnson, Ron Hardman, Greg Holmes, Bill Crabtree, Rick MacDougall, Roger Finkemeier, Bob Bloomquist. 4th row: Fred Stein, Larry Young, David Hodges, Mike Sullivant, Steve Hatries, Bob Navarett, Frank Lustighlim Rodden, Chris Swarts. .,9,,Ik' 9755106 The 1974 track team has created a great deal of interest. From the pro- spective participants, Coach Rath expects the team to be strong in dis- tance and high jump events. Many sophomores show promise and the team is looking forward to competing with Turnet's new track. 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The track women will be competing in six to eight meets, some of which will be combination meets, with boys' and girls' competi- tion. . lst row: Aileen Smith, Cindy Walker, Pam Zuck, Theta King, Nancy Kennedyhjean Grogan, Karen Kohl. 2nd row: Dorothy Horton, Connie Lading, Vivian Lamas, Starr Hoit, Monica Pantoya, Gwen Lacefield, Darlene Ray, Pam Erie, Lesley Chads. 3rd row: Marianna Kietzmann, Lisa Siler, LeeAnn Gentry, Brenda Cantwell, Karen Cook, Paula Crystal, Debbie Carter, Kim Bailey,julie Ramsel, 4th row: Crystal-Ienkins, Debbie Cruse, Nancy Kohler, Donna Dame, Debbie Dinsmore, Tammy Duriahoo, Cathy Reardon, Cheryl Smith, Linda Rodriguez. ,.. 'f 1 .4 'c l """'ff ww, WW w. Larry Gullcy, Steve Mollett, Russ Misenhcltcr,john Szczygicl. 2nd row. Bill Szczygicl, Curt Moore, f . : , ' . Carter, Ted Graham 3rd row Bob Gcrstcr Tony Middleton Q4 Coach Burtschi feels the team is inexperienced but has alot of desire. The players are optimistic and will have a hard job repeating last year's record. fe-:uhh-an-.rutf --1, ,g , ,,'. ul i'3"1.Z-"Ll-ff sz 4 QUT l ,,-M 1.45: 'W-yq'T.,c":W.'T' .5 . 4 - 1 m'hl'.r-, 4- Awww TTT' gn-lr . 4 f Q , ' Q I xx X R, ,, fn 1 'f-n 2.9 ,inf-' Z. 'l:. Q Qzl cp C56 Q- ! JZ' ,f oc- il 'V 3"-' Q 'SQ Q f M O Y Arif! H gem Q' 5 OQWTX' W3 M 9 OL ? JL 5-X-QY' W1 Q' ARock8 ff Su lies LGQ4-Herr? Jewelery Hand.1c.r'n-Pfs M d I 'P 3,39-Es lanes. Decoqpa et WYcmd0'H:Zpfozq F 1 Qqq-1 45 -L gm D 6645163 '15 X73-74' SPEIHMENEV GIQBIHNGIEIE GlGDNL53RAET1HiEAEf1ES7 GIEHE QIHEASLSV Ninrirvn Svvnvnty- ifnur WW seg QMQM QE gb QQ? gifjjf I? W My gwwww Qin gf? if ,531 Qwgmmmww igalojwhyyidiw WWK fa Q M GMM fi? vw-W WM 200 46223114 lt's that time again! Time fo con- gratulate our grads for the fine work fhey've done. Good luck! INDUSTRIAL STATE BANK 32nd 81 STRONG AVENUE, KANSAS CITY, KANSAS PHONE: C9131 831-2000 ' 1 EE Jllllllllllllliilllllllilllll I.. ' um J Iilllll1illlI,. .. 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