Bowling Green High School - Speaker Yearbook (Bowling Green, MO)
- Class of 1966
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Text from Pages 1 - 188 of the 1966 volume:
Bowling Green High School
Bowling Green, Missouri
Native of Bowling Green
United States Congress
and never back
May our spirits
fbr her never die
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our dear old high
Boost our teams,
win our games,
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Typical of the environment at the BGHS Christmas
party are Margaret Harness and David Straube. On
the more scholastic level, Nlrs. Anna Burke demon-
strates the dissection of an earthworm to biology
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A school, like a diamond,
sparkles on many facets, These
pages indicate some of the facets
adding sparkle to BGHS .
The people, both students and
teachers, show the spirit and en-
thusiasm to have fun anywhere, to
do a job well, to play a good game,
or to make a superior grade.
Planning is the intangible
"something" illustrated in the pic-
ture above. This particular plan-
ning took place at a publications
workshop last summer, and was
for the school paper and yearbook,
but it is an example of the plan-
ning necessary to keep a student
well prepared, a leader ahead,
and a teacher ready for the class
all year long.
School spirit, in conjunction
with planning, makes a school
ready to meet what comes with
courage and understanding. The
pictures on these pages have tried
to capture the spirit and planning
that keep BGHS progressing--sm
cially, athletically, and scholas-
Enrollment cards, class schedules, seven teachersaday, one locker for books--
Dear 1 High,
Hereps to Youn
Moving was a part of school
life last year. First came the
freshmen moving into the world
of upper classmen. CAt left is
Terry Miller listening to the
transister radio he won selling
more Speakers than any other
salesman--so you could hear
all about BGI-IS in 1966.5
The next move was from an
old building and that took.
everyboc1y's time, energy, and
ideas. The final moves go on
all the time in any high school
--the move of students from
children to adults .
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Aznnice is the first to point out the fact that "our new
lights are attractive."
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The moming fand otherj an.nouncements come via the new
After all the moving vans, stacked
boxes, and scattered belongings, BGHS
settled into a remarkably efficient rou-
The moving and unpacking became a
familiar sight and continued even after
classes began in the new building last
These pictures show the modern
equipment and facilities and enlarged
work areas available in the new school.
Visible here land typical of other de-
partmentsj are a permanently -drawn
polar graph, overhead projector and per-
manently mounted projection screen.
Other new audio -visual equipment avail-
able for the first time were two Da-
Masters which use television-screen type
if rv .
receivers and may be used in lighted
These rooms and facilities are exam-
ples of the more modern education avail-
able as BGHS moves forward. The sec-
tions of this book dealing with adminis-
tration, faculty, and activities will illus-
trate the changing conditions as all BGHS
people move from the "old" to the 'new.
This book itself is dedicated to the
teacher pictured above, Mrs . Velma
Birkhead, who has taught mathematics
here for the past twelve years.
Mrs. Birkhead has just signed a con-
tract at Warrensburg College as an as-
sistant professor, and is, herself, a per
sonal example of the progressive spirit
of BGHS .
Forward! on! and never back
Success Begins with a Dream
Responds to competence and strength
flourishes through eduocztional Zoadershzlo
"May I take your picture7 said the photographer
"Shall I pose like this'7 said Mr Smith
Clt was a bargain J
Combining his personal dreams with those of
a community, Superintendent Mr. Murry S.
Smith, moved the R-l high school into a new
55700, O00 plant on january 3, 1966. ln his 14th
year of school -administration work, Mr. Smith
has helped the R-1 district triple in evaluation
and double in enrollment.
Mr, Smith, who has been at BGHS for five
years, has Masters and B .S. Degrees from Mis-
souri State Teachers College.
Mrs. Richards has been his secretary for
5 1X2 years.
Mrs. Kattelmann has been the principal's sec
retary for five years. I2
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MRS. ELLEN JENSEN
H.S. 8: Elementary Art
Minneapolis Art Institute, B.S. in Educa-
tion, Mo. Univ.
Member of: MAEA, MSTA, NAEA, PCTA,
B.S. :Sz A.B. in Agriculture, University of
Member of: Lions
Experience Leads the
Bowling Green High School began the
year with 468 students and 24 faculty
These teachers carried 54 classes in
the following departments: art, social
studies, driver education, music, business
education, science, industrial arts,
mathematics, physical education, foreign
language, English, vocational home econo-
mics and agriculture, and other staff
members provided library, guidance, and
study hall service .
Vocational agriculture I, ll, III, and IV
enrolled 67 students, the instructor is also
Fifty-eight high school students took
art I, Il, or Ill, and the department also
sponsored an annual art show at the last
The team of business education instruc-
tors had 275 students in these classes:
typing, bookkeeping, shorthand, clerical
practice, general business, business law
Sz English, journalism I, and school pub-
This department also sponsored em-
ployment -type testing programs in accord-
ance with NEA and Gregg publishing divi-
Miss Wiley demonstrates typing for one of her students. She
has 3 typing classes.
The new art room, walled almost entirely with glass provides plenty of light
for these sketchers.
Mr. Mallory was NE Mo. Voca-
tional Ag. Teachers Ass'n Pres.
MISS JOYCE WILEY
Basic Business, Typing, Short-
hand, Business English 8.1 Law
Pep squad sponsor
B.S. in Education, Southeast
Mo. State, Graduate work MU
Member of: PCTA, MSTA,
MISS JANE BUCKS
Bookkeeping, Typing, Clerical
Practice, Publications, J-1
Speaker and Bobcaster sponsor
Kirksville State Teachers Col-
lege, B.S. in Ed. and Graduate
work, Journalism workshops,
Member of: Cardinal Key, Pi
Omega Pi, Kappa Delta Pi,
Alpha Phi Omega, NBEA,
PCTA, MSTA, Honorary FFA
MRS. PAULINE DOYLE
Freshman class sponsor
B.S. Degree, Northeast Mo. State Teachers Col-
lege, Mo. University, A.8zM. College, Fort Col-
Member of: DAR
MRS. BETTY KRISTOFFERSON fl-IEMMEJ
Composition, English IV
Pep squad sponsor, Senior trip sponsor
B.S. in Education, Southeast Missouri State Col-
Member of: PTA, PCTA, MSTA, Sigma Tau
Delta, Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship
MRS. KATHERINE MOTLEY
English, Speech, Senior Play, Junior Play
Student Council sponsor
A.B. Degree, Missouri Valley, Northeast Missouri
State College, M.Ed. Degree, University of Mo.
MISS CLEO BANKHEAD
B.A. Degree, University of Mo., M.L.S. Degree,
University of Ill.
Mrs. Doyle and Mrs. Motley seem to
enjoy the improved chalkboard in the
new high school building.
Thereas the Readin' 81 Writin'
English and language is the largest
department at BGHS. Enrollment ran
548 in 24 classes,
Mrs. Doyle had five sections of Eng-
lish Ig Miss Hemme had three composition
classes, Mrs. Motley had four English III
sections. Sophomore English had four
sections: and English IV needed two sec-
Students write autobiographies, study
folk music, learn oral communication,
write term papers, study literature, do
translations, have pen pals plus, of
course, the "regular" associated activi-
French classes were introduced during
the 1963 term, Spanish and Latin were
already in the curriculum.
Mrs, Doyle was Pike County Teachers
Ass'n nominating committee chairmang
Mrs. Mudd was secretary of that group.
BGHS presents at least two annual
dramatic productions. Mrs. Motley di-
rected jr. and Sr. plays this term.
Miss Hemme became Mrs. Randal
Kristofferson during Christmas vacation.
Miss Bankhead faced the task of moving
the entire high school library.
MRS. MARGOT MUDD
French I,II, Spanish I,II, English ll
Sophomore Class Sponsor
B.A. Miami University, Additional
"Handling books is always messy work,"
laughs Miss Bankhead Qbut she always
MRS. VIRGINIA BLIESSING
Junior Class sponsor
B.S. in Education, Mo. U.g M.A. De-
gree in Guidance, Northeast Mo.
State Teacher's College
Member of: MGA, MSTA, PCTA
MISS DOROTHY FISCHER
A.B. Degree, Central College, Uni-
versity of Missouri , C.S.C. of E.,
Industrial-arts shop facilities include
1800 sq. ft. of floor spaceg 675 Sq. ft.
classroomg 35 linear ft, storage cabi-
netsg 8 x 12 wood -finishing room with
exhaust fang 800 sq. ft. in storage loftg
120 sq. ft. in supply room with 20 ft.
Study-hall keeper's first-
semester post was this ele-
vated desk which was usually
decorated in season by the
student council. Students
usually helped with taking
roll. Winnie Hutcherson
prepares to check the fifth
Study hall accommodates
535 Students daily.
Guidance schedule in-
cludes seven major tests for
elementary as well as for
high-school pupils. This
service, which is only four
years old at BGHS, provides
personal, vocational, and
Child-care is included in home economics
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The new guidance office guarantees privacy,
comfort, and easy access.
Helpers for All
Seventy -nine students populate the 72 -
foot home economics department,
New-building features include one
cabinet-lined wall, two bookcases, clothes
closets with full-length mirrors, and wall
cabinets for irons, ironing boards, dishes,
and cooking utensils.
Equipment includes three dinette sets,
three gas stoves, one electric range,
seven sewing machines, and several
Tailoring and other adult sewing
classes are offered at night as a service
of the department.
Senior class sponsor
William Jewell Colle
B.S. di M.A. Degrees,
University of Missouri
MRS. MOLLY DUNCAN
Home Ec. I,II,III
A.A. Degree, Christian Collegeg B.S.Ed.
Degree, University of Mo.
Member of: PEO, MI-ITA, AVA, MVA
Instrumental Music: grade, Jr. high, Sr. high
B.M. Degree, St. Louis Insitutute of Music,
Washington-Univ., M.M. Degree, North-
Wisdom St Skill
Teaching glee clubg choir, concert,
intermediate, and beginners' bands, pre-
senting three annual concerts, participat-
ing in contests, and daily trips to Curry-
ville and Frankford are traditional
music-dept. activities .
Separate vocal 8: instrumental rooms
air -conditioning, teachers' office, lock-
ers, practice rooms, permanent floor
risers, gl music -storage cabinets came
with the new building.
In addition to teaching, Mrs. Birkhead
was vice -president of NE Mo. Council of
Teachers of Math, a member of the state
committee for math curriculum revisiong
and a delegate to the Science Institute
meeting held in Hannibal last October.
MISS MA RILYN BLAC K
Choir, Glee Club
Pep squad sponsor
B.S. in Education, Northeast
Mo., State Teachers College,
Graduate work QNMSTCQ
Member of: Cardinal Key,
Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Sigma
Alpha, MEA, MSTA, PCTA,
PTA, Band, PWC, MENC,
Mr. Atkinson preps a movie with a
Missouri State Patrolman.
MRS. VELMA BIRKHEAD
Algebra I,II, Geometry,
Trigometry and Analytics
Senior class sponsor
B.S. SL M.S. Degree, Kansas
State College, Central Mis-
souri State College, Okla-
homa State University
Kappa Mu Epsilon DAR
NCTM, NEMMA, NEA,
MSTA, PCTA, PTA, MCTM
Member of: Kappa Delta Pi,
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Social studies enrollment is 520 dis-
tributed among three teachersg Atkinson
127g Foutes 1603 Williams 233. Mrs.
Williams also keeps one study hall.
Driver training students had two new
Oldsmobiles last year furnished by
LeFever Chevrolet, Inc., of Bowling
Green. One DT class is held each se-
mester at BGHS and another during the
Mr. Atkinson worked as chairman
of the Pike County Teachers Ass'n legis
lative committee last year, and also drove
a school bus.
It takes Mr. Stratmarm and the Elmer's glue to
really repair an instrument.
Teaching itizenship, Poise
Am. History, Citizenship
Freshman class sponsor
B.S. Degree, Kirksville State Teach-
ers College, A.A. Degree, Hannibal-
Member of: PTA, PCTA, MSTA
WILLIAMS Am. History, Geography, Driver's
Junior class sponsor
B.S. Sz M.A. Degrees, Northeast Mis-
souri State Teachers College
Member of: PCTA, MSTA, Phoenix
A.B. Degree, University
Athletic Director, Track dz Cross Country ,
Coach, General Math, Algebra I, P.E.
Intramural Sponsor -
A.B. Degree, Culver-Stockton
Member of: MAI-IPER, PCTA, MSTA
for the Physical
Physical education staff members
handle 597 students daily--179 in Mr .
Wilson's classesg 242 with Mr. Kissinger,
and 176 with Mr . Wacker.
Regular classes include gymnastics,
pyramid building, calesthenics, trampo-
line, workouts on the track.
A week on gun safety was added for
the lst such class in Pike County. Na-
tional Rifle Ass'n patches were earned
by 108 students. Nuclear survival ses-
sions were added to health.
Varsity gl jr. varsity baseball, basket
ball, and track, and a physical-fitness
testing program are also operated by the
This department also sponsors a free,
public gymnastic show. Mr . Wilson
volunteers time to work with an optional,
intramural program which includes eight
P.E., Health, Coa
B.S. Degree, Missouri Valley
B.S. Degree, Hardin-
Member of: PCTA,
Preparing chemistry experiments
All 234 science -department students
faced more modern equipment in the
In Mr . DeVilbiss's room are six
double tables, each with sink, water
faucets, gas inlets for Bunsen burners.
Four students work at each table, work
ing in teams.
Two sets of lab equipment are acces
sible at each table and two experiments
are usually done at each one .
Chemistry students use four of the
areas, physics students use the others.
A hood is located in the SE corner
of the room allowing harmful gas and
ordors to escape. All drains are
glass. Chemicals are stored at the
front of the room and in a middle room .
An instructor's table faces the other
work areas .
and the Intellectual
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Biology rooms have nine tables and one whole wall
of sinks and cabinets, and are similar in other fea-
tures to the science facilities.
Physics, Chemistry, General Science
. Senior class sponsor
Culver-Stockton, University of Mo. Sci-
ence Institute , B.S. Degree, Kirksville
State Teachers College
MRS. ANNA BURKE
Biology, Advanced Biology, General Sci-
' Junior class sponsor
Christian College, Univeisity of Missouri,
B.S. in Education
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Breaking "silence day" cost Helen Luecht a
session with the "gossip pail." Below:
BGHS marchers, just entering Broadway in
Hannibal, Missouri, still have a long way to
Time for a School To Come
August through November are activity-
laden weeks at BGHS. An autography party
on Aug, 20 for 1965 Speaker distribution
was last fall's first event.
Enrollment of 470 students followed on
Sept. l and with it the flurry of activities:
newspaper work, picture taking, gl a score
of annual social events.
Early in September and October, Voca-
tional Agriculture boys grossed about
51520, 037 .50 on 250 head of swine in two
October also meant tired, aching feet
to the 72 band members who marched
l 112 miles in the 18th annual Mark Twain
marching festival held in Hannibal,
Missouri, Twenty-two schools participated
in the event.
Student Council activities materialized
with Loyalty Week and Silence Day. Of-
fenders on silence day were fined lc a
word and sentenced to carry the "gossip"
The first red -letter day in the fall for
65 BGHS seniors was September 26, when
they left on the senior trip for Washington,
D.C. and New York. Going in Sept. in-
stead of April, seniors and trip sponsors
W' visited the World's Fair as well as taking
While the "mighty, mighty seniors"
were away, the "jolly, jolly juniors" were
home making preparations for the junior
play, "And came the Spring", which was
presented October 22.
Earliest fall activities always include the annual auto-
graph party and FFA swine sales. Students fabovej
gathered on the old high school lawn last August to sign
'65 Speakers. Terry Grote says as he scrubs, "You're as
dirty as a pig!"
Band uniform dis-
tribution is handled
by a Band Boosters
Becky Sanderson is
being fitted for a
veryone Faces New Worlds
Sixty-five seniors and five sponsors spent Sept. 26 to Oct. 3 touring Washington, D.C. and
New York. The group spent sixteen hours at the World's Fair and took twenty-one tours.
Tours included Federal Bureau of Investigation, Arlington Clem etery, Library of Congress,
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Greenwich Village, and Chinatown.
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Seventeen boys were initiated October 7 by the local FFA Chapter. Mike Schu-
macher fcenterj rolls down his trouser cuffs while blindfolded. Mrs. Motley, spon
sor, and Elaine Scherder wok on second-hand texts brought in for sale as the
Student-Council sponsored stand. This service is offered during enrollment week.
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Part Tradition, Part Innovation
November always brings with it the be-
ginning of basketball season. Pep assem-
blies, complete with a pep band and cheers
preceded "big" games to boost students'
During the early part of the year, fresh
men found that the excitement of high
school was slightly shadowed by the batter-
ies of guidance tests.
In December, it was wedding -bell time
for English instructor Miss Betty l-lemme.
Fellow teachers showed their congratula-
tions with a shower.
Freshmen get well tested in the fall. Class sponsor,
Mrs. Pauline Doyle, helps distribute test booklets
to this group of testees.
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Harvest Season Brings Barnwarrninp
Warmin' up the "mike," Danny Lewis gets
S33 for Patty Beavers' cake and 3300 votes
for Patty who is a queen candidate.
The fifth annual FFA-FHA barnwarmin
was held Oct. 29 with seniors, Linda Nut-
ter 8: Danny Moss, reigning over the fes-
Approximately 150 students apple
bobbed, square danced, gl contributed to
an auction of cakes baked by the queen
Linda's cake brought a record 3562 .00
winning for her the queen's crown. The
king was elected by a penny a vote.
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School newspaper 8
yearbook staffs begin
work early--usually be-
Staff members are,
for the most part, in the
School Publications or
the journalism I class,
and receive one or two
units of credit for their
Work on both these
publications is done in
both of the classes.
"Group -picture day"
means a big job for all
staff members. Nearly
every BGHSer is included
in at least one group pic-
ture and had to be as-
signed a standing posi-
tion, proper identifica-
tion, and escorted to the
proper picture area.
The National School
Studios in St. Charles
has taken the group pic-
ture for the last several
1966 is the fifth an-
niversary of the BGB-
CASTER which appears
weekly in the Bowling
Green TIMES. Staffers
prepare at least 4, 500
words of copy weekly
and use about 50 square
inches of pictures.
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' ,S A Y pen over a BOBCASTER
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Stapleton and Kathy
Dean check reccii ts
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The high school PTA
sponsored the Annual
Christmas Party, Decem-
ber 23. The "Chevelles"
provided dance music.
Ping pong, cards,
games, and a movie oc-
cupied students who did
not dance. A fortune teller
was a new feature of the
Christmas Party. Door
prizes were awarded this
year and students were
required to sign in and to
remain at the party.
PTA mothers served
refreshments to the 308
students who attended.
District school busses
ran regular routes, per-
mitting any student to
attend the party.
The Christmas concert,
narrated by Mike Meyer,
was presented Dec. 20.
Band Board members dec-
orated the trees and the
stage, set up risers and
chairs, supervised ticket
sales, and chose the nar-
rator and ushers .
Linda Nutter, Mary
Ann Gillum, Charlie Brown
and Wayne Korte were
Band Director, Mr.
Marvin Stratmann, and
his musicians played to
a capacity crowd in the
Three choral groups
conducted by Miss Mari-
lyn Black participated in
This was the spirit of BCI-IS
during the Yuletide season.
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New Scene and
Larry Grinstead speaks to the student body during
the student-council election rally. Boosters are
shown with a campaign poster and listening to
Spring Brings Renewed Activity
Larry Grinstead is speaking to the student
body to gain support in the student council
election. Each speaker was allowed five min-
utes to outline his plans for the student coun-
cil. Five minutes were given to each cam-
paign manager to summarize his parties'
policies. Parties were: the winning Federal-
ists, Larry Grinstead, presidentg Danny
Scherder, VP: Cathy Williams, sec'y3 Alicia
Boston, treas. Nationalists' candidates were
president, David Orfg Monty Branstetter, VPQ
Susan Chapman, sec'y3 Elaine Scherder,
The move to the new high school was com-
pleted on April 7 when the library books were
brought to the new building. Students moved
the books during PE class .
Yearbook deadlines kept editor Annice Straube busy.
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Proud too, these
Thursday -night cast
members arc: Judy
Bibb, Mrs. Parrishg
Jerry Gamm, Billg
Eddie Horton, Big
Joe. Standing are:
Mrs. Katherine Mot-
ley, directorg Danny
Moss, Humpyg Doro-
thy Gregory, Maude
Bob Birkhead, Fos-
dickg Pam Leake,
Olgag Ralph Miller,
Rockyg Connie Feld
Patsyg and Derryl
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Come party or prom, Donna Whit- This suit modeled by Donna Rae
ten will be prepared in this formal Grote is typical of the garments
of her own making. shown at the annual style show.
Three concerts are regularly performed by the music department, but this is the lst year for
a top-twenty choir debut. This group was selected by Miss Black fat pianoj. Members are
Marilyn Boswell, Cathy Williams, Annice Straube, Kathie Bedclies, Mary Jane Craft, Cynthia
Turpin- ROW 2' Judy Bibb Candy Reading, Sherry Calver, Cath Fitz erald lean Da hert
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Patty Beavers, ROW 3: Steve Hamilton, Wayne Morris, Larry Crinstead, Jerry Gamm, Dwaine
Miller, Bob Birkhead, Doug Storrs, Perry Benn. Vocal groups followed a folk-music theme at
the pop concert May 65 the concert and junior bands played Broadway selections.
Fifty-two students modeled suits,
dresses, formals, skirts, blouses, in
this year's style show. A factory with
night watchman, Marvin Smith, set the
scene. All garments modeled were made
by home economics students, either in
classroom work or as home projects in
three classes .
This year's annual art exhibit was
held in the new art room, saving the
customary moving procedure. Parents
and others attending the April PTA
meeting visited the display which was
opened to the student body the next day.
Following this exhibit, several of the
students displayed work in store win-
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Prom Is Springs Crowning
BCI-IS faculty members seated on the gym Hoo: while
others go to and from the dance floor by means of
the footbridge. The "Chevels" provided music for
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"Paradise" was the
prom setting and the
"Lost ln Paradise" theme
was developed by Mrs.
Jensen and the juniors.
Dancers entered the
dance floor Cgym stageb
via a flower -covered
footbridge over a gold-
Tables erected on
the gym floor echoed
the theme with deco-
ration and printed pro-
After the prom ended
at midnight, many of
the students danced on
the town square from
2-4, or attended a PTA-
sponsored movie at
the local theatre or a
breakfast from 1-6 in
a local cafe.
Linda Nutter, being
crowned Prom Queen
by jr. class president
Danny Lewis was
elected by the faculty.
12 Frosh., 22 Semors
Awards assembly on the last day of
school is the year's last "get together."
Recognition and awards given that
day are recorded in pictures for the
next 12 pages. Perfect attenders' names
are marked 'lf in the index, office
girls' names are Skill, librarians are in-
dicated by Iblvk.
Wayne Korte frightj, a track man,
was the athlete with the highest
scholastic average and received a
trophy at the annual athletic ban-
quet in April.
Sophomore pilgrim ftopj, Janice
Page, went to Jefferson City on April
Girls State representative Alicia
Boston fglassesj yielded her documents
to altemate, Mary Jane Bunten.
Alicia was already committed to a
summer school program at M.U.
ffar right picturej.
Frosh. 8: Sr. honor roll letterers were:
ROW 1: Cynthia Turpin, Patricia Ober-
man, Mona Bibb, Roy Finley, Cathy
Fitzgerald, Phyllis Wilhoit, Donna
Allison, ROW 2: Mary Gillum, Nancy
Lybarger, Janet Korte, Colleen Knock,
Dorothy Gregory, Steve Hamilton,
Linda Nutter, Beverly Rutherford, ROW
3: Kathy Moore, Debbie Wilhoit,
Dorothy Scherder, Annice Straube,
Janet Scherder, Sherry Calvert, Mary
Wilhoit, Mary Gibbons, Patsy Bunten,
ROW 4: Sandy Orf, Priscilla Wendel,
Becky Sanderson, Ron Rowland, Mary
Kniess, Dan Bunten, Connie Feldmann,
Dan Feldmann, Dottie Deters.
f re if
f-if W Fitness honor roll, ROW 1: C. Palmer, D. 8: S. Kurth, E. Mos-
ley, D. Hobbs, M. Bowen, C. Leake, V. Tumer, B. Smith.
ROW 2: P. Oberman, B. Branstetter, B. Bryant, A. Straube, W
Young, C. Williams, R. Hobbs, E. Scherderg ROW 3: R. Nut-
ter, D. Gregory, B. Kelch, D. Miller, J. Kniess, M. Marshall,
D. Stark, M. Betts, ROW 4: J. Schindler, R. Schindler, M.
Kniess, E. Johnson, D. Scherder, E. Shepherd, F. Schindler,
K. Straube, T. Branstetter.
Students' Wofrk from All Fields
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Dottie Deters fBetty Crockery, Karen
Williamson 1310 best clothes construc-
tion given by Sandersonsjg Ella Shinn
Nancy Lybarger lst--SIO, Linda Cash
2nd--S5, art awards by Heirs Study
Clubg Roy Finley math award.
Curators QMUJ scholarship winners fSEATI-IDQ Linda Nutter, Roy
Finley, Janet Scherderg QBACKQ Dottie Deters, Dennis Leverett,
Joumalism awards included Quill
and Scroll QQ 8: SQ for superior ser-
vice to school publications and
being in the top third of the class
in school, I ratings in state and dis-
trict contests, and others which are
indicated following the name. ROW
1:' Bev Roberts fcubi, Paula Orf
fcubj, Mary Ann Cillum fQSj, Phyl-
lis Wilhoit QI rating newswriting on
campus, I on BOBCASTER in dist.,
Special Excellent rating in state
and top-scoring local-newspaper
school pagej, ROW 2: Annice
Straube QQSQ, Janet Scherder QQSQ,
Amy Deters QQSQ, ROW 3: Kathy
Dean QQSQ, Melvin Woods fAward
of Honor for Photographyj, Mary
Wilhoit QQSQ, Pam Leake QQSjg
ROW 4: Larry Grinstead fQSj, Dan
Stapleton QQSQ, Jerry Gamm QQSQ,
Bob Birkhead QQSQ, Ron Rowland
QQSQ fand Award of Honor for
outstanding service to school pub-
Gregg bookkeeping tests were ad-
ministered on a voluntary basis as
a part of the Gregg Publishing Co.
awards program. NEA affiliated
NBETests were given to students
averaging "S" or better. Tests took
120 minutes each and yielded cer-
tificates of proficiency fcpj or
superior proficiency fspj for scores
in the 9047otile rank. Winners were:
ROW 1: Susan Chapman, Melva
Feldmann fcp, spy, Paula Orf, Mary
Ann Cillum fcpjg ROW 2: Mary
Bowen fcp, spj, Candy Reading
fcp, spy, Amy Deters Qcpi, Lana
Wright fcpj, Mary Gibbons fcp, spj,
Phyllis Wilhoit fcp, spj, Pam
Chamberlain fcpj, Anna VanArsdel
fl rating in both typing speed and
accuracy at the district contestsj,
Donald I-laden, Lois Cragen, Linda
Nutter fl rating in shorthandjg ROW
4: Mary Jane Bunten fcpj, Kim Par
rish Qcpj, Mary Kniess fcpj, Charlie
Brown fcpj, Mary Wilhoit fcpj,
James Roseg ROW 5: Ralph Miller,
Wayne Korte, Connie Feldmann
QI rating in shorthandj, Daniel Bun-
ten, Donald Dixon, and Marvin
' Q wuz
Compete and Wln
Larry Grinstead won a I rating on his piano
solo at district music contests and was also
named Boy's State delegate. Sherry Calvert
and Bob Birkhead also won I ratings--Bob on
both the piano and the trombone.
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Besides winning his tenth
band I rating in eleven
years, Mr. Marvin Strat-
mann's individual players
also brought in top rat-
ings from district con-
tests. The woodwind
quintet was composed of:
Annice Straube, Cathy
Fitzgerald, Mary Jane
Craft, Shirley Sutton,
and Marjorie Bowen. The
brass quintet was: John
Farr, Cathy Fitzgerald,
Mike Beddies, Dwaine
Miller, and Bob Birkhead.
Four State Farmers from BG set a new record for the ag department. To be
eligible Ron McBride, Mike Meyer, Jerry Gamrn, and Danny Moss corn-
pleted State Farmer applications and took various tests conceming FFA
rules, foundation and other ag activities. To compete for the State Farmer
award, rigid qualifications had to be met.
Intramural letterers were ROW 1: Boston, Caldwell, Craft, Rutherford, Gregory, Straube, Orf, Strickland, Welch,
Welch. ROW 2: Bryant, Orf, Wilhoit, Bryant, Branstetter, Lovelace, Scherder, Korte, Beddies, Williams, Wilhoit,
ROW 3: Clark, Smith, Niemeyer, Branstetter, Shepherd, Deters, Leake, Sachs, Kattelmann, Deters. ROW 4: Baker,
Moss, King, Birkhead, Korte, Scherder, Wendel, Stapleton, Leverett, Boudinier.
Members of the sax sextet who received a I rating at the district
contest are: QSEATEDQ Kathie Wilson, QSTANDINGQ Kathie Bred-
dies, Robbie Meyer, Monty Branstetter, Sherry Calvert and
I rated brass sextet musicians are
fSEATEDj: Debbie Howerton, Rich-
ard Stover, Alan Brewster, fSTAND-
INGQ Doug Storts, Terry Miller,
and John Farr.
BGH Gets Sole Cottcy Scholarship,
lst Time for Incl. Arts Award
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Annice Straube was the only Missouri senior
to win a 52,000 scholarship to Cottey College.
Stark Bros. Nursery awards:
ROW 1: Mary Ann Gillum Q
fBusiness Ed Student of the
Year ?p15jg Mary Butler Gib-
bons flst in Clerical Practice
S10jg Larry Grinstead Qlst in
typing 1st Sz 2nd semesters
S20jg Linda Nutter flst in
shorthand SIOQ, ROW 2: Mary
Ann Kniess flst in bookkeep-
ing SIOQ Robert Glaspie Qlst
in industrial arts S10 pre-
sented by J.O. Mudd Funeral
Homej, Mary Jane Bunten
12nd in bookkeeping 551,
Phyllis Wilhoit 12nd in Cler-
ical Practice S5jg ROW 3:
Connie Feldmann Q2nd in
shorthand 351, Daniel Bunten
f2nd in industrial arts 355,
Anna Van Arsdel f2nd in typ-
ing lst and 2nd semesters 510,
Tuba soloist Dwaine Miller also
got a I rating last year.
Sophomore and junior honor rollers are: ROW
1: June Couch, Paula Orf, Margaret Harness,
Alicia Boston, Delphia Harlow, Janice Page. r
ROW 2: Kathie Wilson, Phyllis Lamberson,
Danny Lewis, Cathy Williams, Pam Fisher,
Jean Daugherty. ROW 3: Richard Nutter,
Elaine Scherder, Mike Marshall, Mary June
Bunten, Larry Grinsteacl, Amy Deters. ROW 4:
John Baker, David Orf, Bonnie Branstetter, Fijtgyegi liinrfentcoueen Knock,
Danny Scherder, Danny Stapleton, Bill Colbert. P Y a 1' anne '
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lub Initiates Monthly Honor
Clarinet quartet I winners are: Lucy Straube
Annice Straube, Kim Parrish, and Larry Grin-
stead. Group II: Colleen Knock, Andrea Knock,
Nancy Nienhueser, Nancy Nienhueser.
Trumpet trio I winners are: Mike Beddies,
John Farr, and Paul Copenhaver.
The local Rotary Club sponsored a Student
of the Month, adding to the year's recoginition
ROW 1: Gale Bryant fFeb.l, Larry Grinstead
QNov.j, Linda Nutter QDec.jg ROW 2: Annice
Straube Hang, Ronald McBride fMarchj,
Janet Scherdelr fAprill.
Dann Moss has just presented Miss Jane Bucks and Mrs. Molly Dun-
can honorary FFA memberships.
Ag Foundation Awards were presented to ROW 1: Ronald Mc-
Bride, Wayne Korte, Dan Moss, Jerry Gamm, Danny Lewis, Mike
Meyer. ROW 2: Dale Glascock, Richard Edmond, Bruce Storts,
David Orf, Marvin Smith, Eddie Horton, Kim Parrish, Jim
Meats Team District I-rating winners
are Doug Mallory, Jim Edmond,
Jerome Korte, and Richard Nutter.
Band Letterman are ROW 1: Shirley Sutton,
Marjorie Bowen, Steve Hamilton, Mary Jane
Craft, Margaret Harness. ROW 2: Cathy
Fitzgerald, Colleen Knock, Dwaine Miller,
Kathy Dean, Paul Copenhaver, Sherry Cal-
vert, Annice Straube. Kathie Wilson, John
Lettermen Set Record,
BG Gets EMO Troph
Varsity 8: jr. varsity track
letter and numeral winners
were: ROW 1: Jim Hiles,
James Rose, Chris Straube,
Billy McPike QEMO out-
standing track manj,
Danny Stapleton, Bill
Henry, ROW 2: Coach
Wilson, Charlie Brown,
Mike Marshall, John Mul-
len, Bill Couch, Coach
Kissinger, ROW 3: Steve
Page, Dick Basye, Larry
Marshall, Wayne Morris,
Wayne Korte, Wayne Wen-
del, Henry Bryant, ROW
4: Bill Colbert, Jerome
Korte, Tom Justus, Ronnie
Raney, Mike Craig, Bob
, Mike Beddies.
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Four-year Bowling Green students valedictorian and salutatorian were
Sherry Calvert QSEATEDQ and Linda Nutter respectively.
Six individual award winners at
the 103-member graduation
held May 26 were Terry Miller
QPTA Courtesy Awardjg Phyllis
Wilhoit fRotary Scholarshipjg
Janet Scherder QDAR top con-
stitution gradejg Sherry Cal-
vert fGrace Bankhead Ameri-
can History Awardjg Mary Ellen
Bowen and Nancy Lybarger
f675 scholarships to School of
the Ozarks for four yearsj.
Dr. Pauline Knobbs spoke at
commencement, and the Rev-
erend Joe Barbour delivered the
This is the last year that
two valedictorians and salu-
tatorians will be named.
Girl and boy participation winners fsee sr. directoryj were Cathy Fitzgerald and
Robert Birkhead Qabovej. Award by BPW,
Valedictorian and salutatorian from Frankford students were Roy Finley and Mary
Boost our teams . .. win our games
ROW 1: Bubba Mullen, Larry Chamberlain, Bobby Rathburn, Mike Beddies, and Philip Harris. ROW 2: Coach Dave
Kissinger, Manager James Bowen, Mike Marshall, James Rose, Chris Straube, Danny Moss, and Coach Gary
Wacker. ROW 3: Charlie Brown, Bill Colbert, Sonny Carroll, Harold Brewer, Dick Basye, Terry Flood, and Wayne
BG Season Record: 0 8a 5
Troy 3-1 Van-Far 7-3 Wellsville 9-4
Clopton 4-0 Mont. R-II 3-1 Elsberry no game
Catcher, Charlie Brown leaps in
front of an onrushing runner. Terry
Flood and Chris Straube Qfar right, A:
are ready to tighten the "hot box"
if the runner changes his mind.
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v 'xi Rose. It lools as if he is right!
Terry Flood gets back to first base just
inches ahead of tag. b y
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BG 's baseball team again produced an " '
all-conference player--Phil Harris. Phil, .
a sophomore, played second base and 54" '
batted .462. The team batting average r li
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PLAYERS 8: POSITIONS
Bill Mcpikei Pitcher 3-0 "They say a curve ball is an optical illusion," mutters Wayne
Sonny Carroll, Pitcher 2-OPP M01-tis.
Charlie Brown, Catcher?
Dick Basye, lst baseif
Phil Harris, 2nd basevlf
Chris Straube, Shortstopi
Terry Flood, 3rd base?
Wayne Morris, 1. field?
Mike Marshall, c. field?
Danny Moss, r. field and?
Mike Beddies, r. field?
Bill Colbert, catcherflf
Bob Rathburn, r. field
James Rose, 1. field
Bubby Mullen, catcher
Harold Brewer, c. field
Larry Chamberlain, 2nd base ff
Phil Harris crosses home plate, but the
catcher is getting ready for the next runner.
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Bill McPike moans and groans as he
heaves the shot put. His best throw
of the year was 42' 6 3l4".
Danny Smith is on his way up in
the pole vault. Danny attended
district meet and vaulted his best
height, 10 feet six inches.
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Varsity track men ended the 1965-66 track
season by winning first place in the EMO con-
ference meet at BG May 3.
Bill McPike broke the conference record in
the 220 yard dash with a time of 23.1 seconds.
No school records were broken during the season.
Varsity's best track performances this year
in the events are:
McPike . . .
high hurdles ....
100 yd. dash ....
mile run ....... Mullen . . .
McPike. . .
220 Yd. dash .... McPike ....
shot put .......
880 relay ................
42' 6 3f4"
fHenry, Straube, McPike, Stapleton,
880 run ....... Rose ...... .
pole vault .....
broad jump ..... Henry . . .
high jump . . . . . Marshall . . .
440 dash ....... Korte . . .
low hurdles ..... Brown .....
mile relay ...............
QKorte, Mullen, Morris, Sissonj
discus ......... Ingram ....
19' 8 1f2"
Jr. varsity set three new school records as
low hurdles ..... Branstetter . . . 22.5 secs.
discus ........ Branstetter . . . 117' 4"
pole vault ..... Basye ....... 10' 4"
The junior varsity team placed second in the
conference meet, first in two and second in
three other meets. Raney, Dowell, Bryant, and
Basye also set a new conference record for the
jr. varsity 880 relay with a time of 1:52.5 mins.
The other conference record broken by BG was
in pole vault with Basye's 10' 4".
Bill Henry placed third in conference meet and
also won first in the broad jump. Break! Yells
Danny Stapleton to Chris Straube in the 880 re-
lay. Bill McPike and Bill Henry were other boys
on the first place conference relay team. Charlie
Brown's 22 seconds in the low hurdles was the
best time on the varsity team.
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"Action" best describes intramural sports. Basket-
ball scenes as in the picture at the top attracted
the largest number of students and spectators.
Volleyball was a popular sport, too. Indian dodge-
ball for girls was the first intramural event of the
year. At right, Dottie Deters demonstrates the
perfect posture for a dodgeball "catch" as she
guards her team's pin. Pam Leake's team Qcenterj
were the winners of the final dodgeball bout, whil
Ernestine Shepherd's team took first place in
basketball. Judy Love1ace's first place volleyball
team is pictured elsewhere.
Basketball champs are QFRONTQ Patricia Bryant,
Jeanette Welch, Ernestine Strickland, Beverly
mond, Brenda Grimmetg QBACKJ Debbie Wilhoit,
Peggy Sachs, Ernestine Shepherd fcaptainj, Becky
Bulld Competence 1n Each
These pages are indicative
of general movement afoot in
physical education and health
classes. Ernestine Shepherd
demonstrates the stroke that
Won a paddle-tennis champion
ship, While Richard Edmond
gives badminton pointers .
The routine was broken
with health classes every Fri-
dayg gun-safety, medical
self-help, and resusitation
were included in these studies
Judy lnvelace's volleyball members
are QFRONTQ Katinell Finke, Marilyn
Salfen, Judy Lovelace, Donna Grote,
Debbie Wilhoit, fBACKj Emestine
Strickland, Ann Van.Arsdel, Nancy Ly-
barger, Mary Wilhoit, Cathy Williams,
Gale Bryant, Lula Jenkins.
Intramurals and gymnastics, two
phases of this year's PE program are
illustrated here. Intramurals provided
recreation for every student wishing to
participate, regardless of athletic
ability. Athletic Director, Mr. James
Wilson directed the program.
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Jr. Varsity coach, Mr. Gary Wacker, takes
advantage of half-time. From right fore-
ground are Raney, Rathburn, Justus, Bryant,
Beddies, Comer. Justus 8zFe1dmann were top
rebounders with 89 8z87. Comer was next with
54. Highest scorers were Feldmann 149
Q9.9fk, Rathburn 132 49.43, Raney 134 q8.9y.
Feldmann also got 25 assists, Beddies 19,
Comer 14. The Kittens won 16 and lost 7.
Dick Basye scored 233 points in 20 games,
averaging 11.63 Phil Harris scored 250 points
in 23 games for a 10.9 average. The Kittens
totaled 1213 points in 23 games, averaging
a 52.7 offense.
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Top events of the sports year
were the Bowling Green Tourna-
ment and the Sports banquet.
Miss Teresa Orsi, Brazilian for-
eign student at Louisiana, was
crowned queen of the Bowling
coach, Lowell Fitzsimmons, was
guest speaker at the annual
Sports banquet. 400 guests at-
tended the activity. Athletic
awards, pep squad letters, and
queen coronation were given at
the April event.
Senior Janet Scherder was
crowned queen of the Sports
banquet. Wayne Korte, Danny
Lewis, Bill McPike, and Terry
Flood each received individual
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Bowling Green regional and invita-
tional tourneys kept pep squad mem-
bers busy this year. Pres. Janet
Scherder set up committees for host-
esses, decorating, and selling candy.
Pep squaders also planned the annual
athletic banquet, donated S100 to the
AFS program, S125 for concrete
benches for the courtyard, and a
podium for the new auditorium.
Bowling Green also won the pep squad
trophy at the Wellsville tournament.
Officers were Vice-Pres. , Judy
Bibb, Sec. Kathie Beddiesg Treas. ,
Lana Wright, and Student Council
Rep., Pam Leake.
The Message Comes Either Shouted,
ROW 1 Becky Branstetter, Elaine Scherder, Carolyn Leake, Betty Jo Smith, Donna Kurth, Sharon Kurth, Susan
Chapman, Jean Daugherty, Cathy Fitzgerald, June Couch ROW 2: Lana Wright, Kathie Wilson, Linda Brewster,
Kathy Moore, Candy Reading, Pam Chamberlain, Judy Bitb, Kathie Beddies, Mrs. Betty Kristofferson. ROW 3:
Judy Haley, Sandi Allen, Janet Scherder, Peggy Sachs, Judy Gollaher, Mary Jane Craft, Mona Bibb, Miss
Joyce Wiley ROW 4 Phyllis Lamberson, Vicki Smith, Melva Feldman, Cathy Williams, Alice Niemeyer,
Gertie Brown, Virginia Niemeyer, Dorothy Scherder ROW 5 Annice Straube, Judy Lovell, Betty Jo Dieckmann,
Pam Leake, Lelia Howard, Dottie Deters, Connie Feldmann, Jan Conboy, Miss Marilyn Black. ROW 6: Shirley
Sutton, Jo Ann Maiden, Phyllis Painter, Ann Stover, Pam fisher, Ruth Ann Niemeyer, Beverly Rutherford,
Gall Bryant ROW 7 Carolyn Elder, Marilyn Boswell, Rhonda Goodson, Barbara Jenkins, Susie Edwards, Ann
McMillan, Gail Caldwell, Margaret Harness, Wilma McVey Nancy Jenkins.
ROW 1: Kathie Beddies, Phyllis Wilhoit, Bobcaster Editor, Pam Leake, Assistant Bobcaster and Speaker Editor
Annice Straube, Speaker Editor, Miss Jane Bucks, Adviser, Kathy Dean. ROW 2: Mary Jane Bunten, Janet
Scherder, Gertie Brown, Mary Nell Wilhoit, Amy Deters, Judy Bibb. ROW 3: Larry Grinstead, Danny Lewis,
Terry Miller, Chris Straube, Dottie Deters, Ann VanArsde1. ROW 4: Melvin Woods, Ron Rowland, Wayne Korte
Bob Birkhead, Jerry Gamm, Danny Stapleton. ROW 5: Alicia Boston, Ann Stover, Phyllis Painter, Paula Orf
Beverly Roberts, Mary Jo Langley, Karen Williamson.
cShot,, or Written
Thirty five "Bobcasters" and the
"Speaker" occupied Editors Wilhoit and
Straube, and Pam Leake.
This year's "Bobcaster" won first place
and a I rating at the Kirksville district
Individual articles in editorials, features,
news stories, sports columns, regular
features, and photography were entered for
the first time in statewide MIPA competi-
This year's "Speaker" features "Mr,
and Miss BGHS" instead of King and Queen.
A plaque, presented to the school, will be
engraved each year with "Mr. and Miss
ROW 1: Miss Black, Glenda Gillette, Beverly Rutherford, Alta Ulrich, Elizabeth Green, Linda Dowell, Candy
Reading, Kathie Beddies, Judy Bibb, Alice Niemeyer. ROW 2: Ann Lasher, Judy Rolen, Sandi Allen, Willma
, Staats, Sheryl Pettey, Debbie Stark, Pam Chamberlain, Virginia Niemeyer, Ellen Niemeyer. ROW 3: Mary Nell
Wilhoit, Linda Shepherd, Judy Kniess, Shirley Worthington, Betty Jo Dieckmann, Sherry Calvert. ROW 4: Ken-
neth Charlton, Ken Inlow, Roger Trower, John Dunn, Jim Inlow, Perry Benn, Curtis Williams. ROW 5: Dale
Glascock, Larry Catlett, Monty Landers, Jim Hiles, Ed Comer, Danny Feldmann, Melvin Woods, Jerry Gamm,
Tom Justus, Mark Stokes, Everett Johnston, Bill Sisson. ROW 6: Rick Kelly, Steve Early, Larry Chamberlain,
Cary Wendell, Mac Betts, Ernest Bennett, Bill Lovelace, Vernon Korte, Ed Hinghous, Larry Finley, Jerry Grote,
Clyde Korte, Wayne Morris.
Twenty sopranos, 9 basses, 13 al-
tos, 81 6 tenors composed this year's
choir. Choir is a group of singers
selected on the basis of fall auditions
including sight reading.
The group participated in Christmas,
midyear, and pop concerts as well as
in the district music contest at Mexico
April 3, receiving a Il rating in the
Dwaine Miller headed the group as
president. jean Daugherty was vice-
pres. , and Candy Reading was sec'y. -
treas. Sherry Calvert and Cathy Wil-
ROW 1: Barbara Buffington, Patti Jennings, Cynthia Turpin, Carol Hearn, Patricia Oberman, Ola Jean Scott,
Sherry Unsell, Patty Beavers, Juanita Morris, Linda Riffle. ROW 2: Margaret Clark, Tonya Florence, Verna
Elbert, Brenda Grimmett, Joyce Sisson, Jeanette Welch, Debbie Wilhoit, Phyllis Painter, Bonnie Goodhart, Lula
Jenkins, Shirley Ogden. ROW 3: Linda Hearn, Mary Kirk, Carolyn Presson, Sandra Perkins, Kathy Grote, Linda
Meyers, Vicki Turner, Darlene Hobbs, Beverly Roberts, Karen Williamson, Nancy Jenkins. ROW 4: Linda
Pealer, Linda Thompson, Ruth Ann Niemeyer, Phyllis Wilhoit, Rose Hobbs, Ernestine Strickland, Brenda Catlett,
Linda Pargeon, Ruth Stewart, Sandy Wendell. ROW 5: Katinell Finke, Judy Hobbs, Brenda Caldwell, Joy Miller,
Rosanna Buffington, Marilyn Salfen, Wilma Welch, Marilyn Boswell, Rosemary Phillips, Janice Page. ROW 6:
Richard Stover, Charlie Sisson, Steve Hamilton, Doug Storts, Terry Phelps, Tommy Thurman, Monty Morton,
John Golian, Jim Mudd, Willis Straube, Edward Reading, Larry Morrison.
Adds Its wn cSound of Music,
liams aided director, Miss Marilyn
Black, as librarians.
Selected from the choir was the "Top
Twenty" group: the elite school vocal
group. The eight boys and twelve girls
in this group performed at the Christ-
mas and midyear concerts in Decem -
ber 81 March.
Miss Marilyn Black directed the 120-
member mixed chorus through the
three annual concerts.
The chorus met for practice sessions
during the regular school day. Boys met
on Mondays and Wednesdaysg and the
girls on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Both
groups practiced Fridays.
Mr. Marvin Stratmann held sixth
period glee club classes.
The separate boys' and girls' cho-
ruses performed at each concert. Al-
though these groups were composed of
all members of the mixed chorus for
the Christmas and midyear concerts,
they were reduced to select singers for
the pop concert. This selection was
made in mid-April by Miss Black.
Chorus members received 1X4 unit
of high-school credit per year.
ROW 1: David Orf, Mike Meyer, Wayne Korte, Danny Moss, Chapter Sweetheart Linda Nutter, Jerry Gamm,
Eddie Horton, Chapter Adviser William Mallory. ROW 2: Marvin Smith, Vemon Korte, Sam Harrelson, Ralph
Knight, Junior Shepherd, Kim Parrish, Terry Grote, Danny Lewis. ROW 3: Dale Glascock, Henry Bryant,
Charles Wankel, Caroll Feldmann, Orval Gray, Bruce Storts, Bill Kelly, Franklin Arnold. ROW 4: Nick Deters
Cecil Harness, Larry Catlett, Gary Young, Monty Landers, Dale Stewart, Ronnie Stewart, Frank Scherder,
Randy Caldwell. ROW 5: Jerome Korte, Sam Wankel, Wayne White, Robert Hummel, Jerry Koester, Ralph
Miller, Steve Page, Ronnie McBride, Charles Barton. ROW 15: Martin Hummel, Bill Lovelace, Bob Kuntz, Don
Kuntz, Mike Beddies, Gary Shannon, Wilburn Trower, Wayne Young, Doug Mallory, Herschel Turpin, Duane
Orf, Jim Ulrich. ROW 7: Junior Hubert, Mike Schumacher, Richard Nutter, David Willis, Eddie Francis, Richard
Edmond, Jimmy Farrell, Anthony Feldman, Bruce Moore, Jimmy Edmond, Terry Phelps, Gary Raney.
Groups Follow Permanent Interests
Two fall swine sales Sept. 10 and Approximately 300 guests attended the
Oct. 9, a record-breaking spring sale annual FFA banquet Feb. 19. Mr. Earl
March 19, the barnwarmin, hootenanny, VanEaton of the Mo. Valley College of
public speaking contest, parent-son ban- Agriculture spoke on the importance of a
quet, FFA week, FFA Christmas Party, college education.
turkey shoot, American Royal and Na- Sophomore, Richard Nutter, set a
tional FFA Convention, and Kirksville, record in the spring sale, selling his
Columbia Si Kansas City contests were all Hampshire boar for 3S307.50. The sale
part of the FFA Chapter's activities this also broke records for total sales netting
year. fI5l4,4l5.. 50 1595.50 per heady.
FHA members participated in FHA
week, barnwarmin, hootenanny, FHA
convention, regional meeting, joint
FHA-FFA meeting, FHA Christmas
party and the annual spring trip during
the '66 school term.
FHA week activities included the FHA
banquet, dress-up day, teacher apprecia
tion day, and a tea for the teachers.
Mona Bibb, Debbie Stark and Paula
Orf CChapter Delegatesj. Judy Bibb and
Cynthia Turpin fState Choir Delegatesj
and Amy Deters fRegional Treasurerj at-
tended the state FHA convention at Colum-
Dottie Deters was named the 1966 Betty
Crocker Homemaker Award winner and
given the opportunity to compete for State
and National awards in the field of home
Integrate Activities and Guidance
ROW l: Patty Beavers, Donna Whitten, Pam Leake, Alice Niemeyer, Linda Nutter, Kathy Moore, Bonnie Bran-
stetter, Kathie Beddies, Beverly Edmond. ROW 2: Karen Williamson, Nancy Jenkins, Diane Grote, Phyllis Wil-
hoit, Diana Yahne, Beverly Roberts, Pat Smith, Myrna Clark, Donna Rae Grote, Judy Gollaher, Susan Chapman,
Wilma McVey, Mrs. Jean Danhouser. ROW 3: Mary McMillen, Bonny Lawson, Donna Jean Grote, Phyllis Lam-
berson, Pam Fisher, Yolonda Bryant, Vicki Smith, Beverly Rutherford, Betty Barton, Sandra Perkins, Wanda
Jarboe, Ruth Ann Niemeyer. ROW 4: Linda McDannold, Wilma Staats, Judy Kuntz, Helen Luebrecht, Pam
Chamberlain, Lois Cragen, Debbie Stark, Virginia Niemeyer, Amy Deters, Judy Bibb, Judy Haley, Linda Dowell
ROW 5: Linda Green, Connie Feldmann, Dottie Deters, Betty Jo Dieckmann, Dorothy Scherder, Judy Lovell,
Ella Shinn, Priscilla Wendel, Beth Kattelmann, Ellen Niemeyer, Carol McMillen, Sharon Jennings. ROW 6:
Mary Ann Kirk, Barbara Morris, Vicki Turner, Mona Bibb, Betty Jo Smith, Paula Orf, Neta Shinn, Jeanette
Welch, Marv Ann Gillum, Sherry Unsell, Gail Hustedde, Sharon Mosley, Juanita Morris. ROW 7: Margaret Har-
ness, Gail Caldwell, Susie Edwards, Sharon Kurth, Cynthia Turpin, Rhonda Goodson, Wilma Welch, Donna
Kurth, Judy Salsman, Connie Palmer, Barbara Jenkins, Marilyn Boswell.
ROW 1: June Couch, Jean Daugherty, Cathy Fitzgerald, ROW 2: Betty Jo Smith, Debbie Catlett, Lucy Smith,
Mona Bibb, Steve Smith, Phyllis Carr, Doug Storts, Bobby Bryant, Lucy Straube. ROW 3: Donna Allison, Mike
Schumacher, Mary Jane Craft, Earlene Gardener, Andrea Knock, Cathy Williams, Doug Mallory, Steve Ham-
ilton, Debbie Howerton. ROW 4: Alvin Brewster, Ronnie May, Annzlce Straube, Kathy Dean, Karen Straube,
Sherry Calvert, Carol McMillen, Richard Rowland, Mike: Beddies. ROW 5: Bucky Boudinier, Larry Chamber-
lain, Beth Kattelmann, Bobby Dixon, Becky Sanderson, Paul Copenhaver, Sharon Rodgers, Bonnie Branstetter,
Debbie Gamm, Dwaine Miller, Kim Parrish. ROW 6: Larry Grinstead, David Frankhouser, Terry Miller, Cecil
Harness, Frank Amold, Bill Henry, Ron Rowland, Monty Branstetter, Bill Couch, Jerry Gamm, Bob Birkhead,
John Farr, Donald Dixon. ROW 7: Nancy Niehueser, Shirley Sutton, Marjorie Bowen, Kathie Beddies, Phillip
Robinson, Kathy Wilson, Vicki Smith, Brenda Carr, Diana Yahne, Colleen Knock, Kay Niehueser. ROW 8:
Marty Butters, Katinell Finke, Richard Stover, Linda Caldwell, Rhonda Goodson, Jackie Bibb, Susie Edwards,
Fred Brown, Gail Hustedde, Ann McMillan, Margaret Harness.
Band Gets New Housing, niforms
"Marvelous, " "Tremendous, " were
some of the judge's comments on the
band's performance at the district music
contest at Mexico, April 2. Mr. Marvin
Stratmann's band received its eleventh
I rating in twelve years of his directing.
Participation in the 18th Annual Mark
Twain Bandmaster's Marching Festival
at Hannibal, Oct. 12, was also a band
Christmas Concert, Dec. 20, Mid-
year Concert, March 18, Pop Concert,
May 6g School Dedication, May 225 and
numerous ensemble and solo perform-
ances were held in BG.
The move to the new high school gave
the band a new air -conditioned practice
room 1 U2 times as large as the old
room, new music stands, an office,
special practice rooms, and lockers for
BG Band Boosters Association pre-
sented the organization with 51000 worth
of new uniforms last fall.
National Honor Society members ROW 1: Janice Page, Mary Ann Gillum, Alicia Boston, Cynthia Turpin, Delphia
Harlow, ROW 2: Deborah Wilhoit, Phyllis Wilhoit, Jean Daughterty, Pam Fisher, Jun Couch, Paula Orf, Margaret
Harness, Nancy Lybarger, Kathie Wilson, ROW 3: Sherry Calvert, Kathy Williams, Linda Nutter, Kathy Moore,
Richard Nutter, Gale Bryant, Roy Finley Elaine Scherder, Sandy Orf, Dorothy Gregory, ROW 4: Danny Lewis, Mike
Marshall, Mary Nell Wilhoit, Larry Grinstead, Lois Cragen, Annice Straube, Mary Jane Bunten, Amy Deters, Mary
Butler Gibbons, ROW 5: Mary Ann Kniess, Wayne Korte, Danny Scherder, Connie Feldmann, David Orf, Bob Birk-
head, Dottie Deters, Danny Stapleton, Janet Scherder, Bill Colbert, John Baker.
Scholastic Ranks Earn Right
Bowling Green Chapter of the National
Honor Society was organized in 1963 with
the installation of members. Sophomores,
juniors, and seniors are currently mem-
bers of this chapter and are authorized to
wear the NHS symbol, the keystone and
torch. Officers in the '65-'66 school year
were Gale Bryant, Pres., Mary Ann
Kniess, Vice-Pres., Cynthia Turpin, Sec.,
and Debbie Wilhoit, Treas. These officers
were in charge of installation ceremonies
for this year's new members.
ROW 1: Gail Caldwell, Alicia
Boston, Gary Shannon, Donna
Rae Grote, Myma Clark, ROW
2: Kathy Moore, Shclba
Knock, Colleen Knock, Pam
Leake. ROW 3: Larry Grin-
stead, Debbie Gamm, Monty
Branstetter, Ronald McBride.
ROW 4: Nick Deters, Jerry
Gamm, Danny Scherder.
Lo al Leaders Set the Paeeg
Korte Leads Group
Sponsoring loyalty week from Nov.
8-12, starting an exchange program,
helping with the Christmas party, and
selling Bobcat stickers has kept the
Student Council busy through the past
Other activities were decorating
the halls and gymnasium for Christ-
mas, keeping the Student Council's
school calendar up-to -date, and spon-
soring 1966-67-'s SC officer's election.
The twenty members of the Bowling
Green organization attended the EMO
northeast Missouri Council Conference
at Montgomery City October 28, and
held the EMO Missouri Council Con-
ference in April.
The BG Council is a member of the
Mo. SC Ass'n.
Looking pleased after BG hosted the
spring EMO Conference .SC meeting
are: Wayne Korte fpresq, Connie
Feldmann fsec.j, Dottie Deters ftreas.j,
Annice Straube fvice-pres.j, and Mrs.
Katherine Motley fadviserj.
ROW 1: Joy Miller, Marilyn Boswellilf, Wilma Welch, Alicia Boston, Cynthia Turpinflf, Patty Beavcrsi, Donna
Allison. ROW 2: Miss Marilyn Black, Phyllis Painter, Vicki Turner, Debbie Wilhoit, Jeanette Welch, Mary Ann
Kirk, Mary Jane Craftflf, Mona Bibb, Larry Grinsteadfif. ROW 3: Jean Daughertyfk, Candy Readingi, Cathy
Fitzgeraldflf, Colleen Knock, Judy Kuntz, Judy Bibbbk, Kathie Beddiesflf, Mary Jane Bunten. ROW 4: Cathy Wil-
liamsif, Debbie Stark, Annice Straubellf, Sherry Calvertilf, Shirley Worthington, Bonnie Branstetter, Carolyn
Bunten. ROW 5: Danny Stapleton, Wayne Morrisilf, Melvin Woods, Larry Catlett, Jerry Gammif, Bob Birkheadfk,
John Farr. ROW 6: Steve Hamiltonilf, Terry Phelps, Curtis Williams, Perry Bennilf, Ernest Bennett, Larry Fin-
leyflf, Dwaine Millerflf, Terry Miller, Danny Moss. 'FStars denote members of the "Top Twenty."
The Band Board makes the band's
policy, sets up the point system for
band letters, assists Mr. Marvin Strat-
mann, director, in programs and spon-
sors the 16-member pep band.
Bob Birkhead was presidentg Larry
Grinstead vice-pres., Cathy Fitzgerald
Sec. -Treas.g jerry Gamm SC repre-
sentativeg Dwaine Miller Sr. rep.g john
Farr jr. rep.g Monty Branstetter Soph.
rep.g Colleek Knock Frosh. rep., jackie
Bibb and Nancy Nienhueser jr. high.
ROW 1: Jerry Gamm, Cathy Fitzgerald, Bob Birk-
head, Larry Grinstead. ROW 2: Nancy Nienhueser,
Colleen Knock, Jack Bibb. ROW 3: John Farr,
Dwaine Miller, Monty Branstetter.
Three cheerspr our dear old hzlgh
MARY ELLEN BOWEN
J OE BROWN
You never outgrow thc library
says Winnie Hutcherson Qcor-
ncrj Peggy Piazza agrccs.
Only 63 more cartons to go says Marvin Smith
while Ed Horton measures height adjustment on
new bookkeeping desks.
Melvin Woods discusses standing arrangement with the pro-
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MARY ANN GILLUM
DONNA RAE GROTE
DONNA JEAN GROTE
Spirited, Studious, and Lo al
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Service-minded seniors, Linda Nutter and Charlie
Brown usher at the annual Christmas concert.
There was a lot to survey that first day in the new
building says Wayne Korte Qleftj and Danny Moss.
Making BGHS the Best
MARY LAN GLEY
Imagine! A locker all to myself gloats senior class-
presidcnt, Roy Finley.
Other officers chatting before class are Marvin Smith, vice-presidentg
Sherry Calvert, treasurerg and Mary Ann Gillum, secretary.
The Image of a School,
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School trains hands as well as heads. These art students
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EA 4-4327 Bowling Green, Mo.
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
Bowling Green, Missouri
LACROSSE LUMBER CO.
Our Best Wishes to the
Graduating Class of
Bowling Green High School
lEstabl ished 18731
The TIMES Printing Company
Bowl ing Green, Missouri
"A Reliable Link Between School and Community"
Pike County's Leading Newspaper . . . Home of the Bobcaster.
Jack Free, Editor . . . The Bowling Green Times
SIX MONTHS' Free subscription to the Times for "newly weds" married
within three months before bringing this ad to the TIMES office and
getting it signed. lOffer terminates when ad is signed., Ten percent
discount on Christmas cards will be given to anyone bringing this ad and
having it signed. fGffer terminates when ad is signedj
CLARKSON'S IGA FOODLIN ER
AB' Phone SK 4-4941
01' I 16
Q55 ws 309 Frankford Road
Always Low Prices
With Best Wishes
YOUR FINANCE COMPANY
SK 4-5050 319 Georgia
DAIRY QUEEN-BRAZIER STORE
Dain' Ma I ts--Shalies
Mr . Misties
Pork Tenclerloins f
Bar-B-Q I bmjar I
Chili Dogs '
Highway 61, Bowling Green, Missouri
TV AND RADIO SERVICE
Phone EA 4-2136
Bowling Green, Missouri
The Very Best for Everyone
SK 4-6141 Louisiana, Missouri
GREEN'S BOOK STORE
Phone SK 4-4451 Louisiana, Missouri
BIBB'S RADIO AND TV
Service on AII TV's
EA 4-4470 Highway 61 South
Bowling Green, Missouri
PARSCNS TEXACO SERVICE
A Under-Coating with
Tune Up Your Home Construction Center
Wheel Aligning - -
U 8K Balancing ? I Q F.H.A. Financing
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On the Farm Tractor Tire Service 1 A
EA 4-8973 Jct. 61 8. 161 X "
S ,A , Plan Service
LQCROSSE LUMBER co. , f ,
Dependable Building Materials , i'
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since 1873 fi - " 4 ,fm
Phone EA 4-4431 Dependable Building Materials
Bowling Green, Mo. Q X 106 S. High Street
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Over 30 Years of Dependable Service
Jct. Hiways 61-161 EA 4-2278 Bowling Green, Mo
E PHONE 37 4 E144-2255
THE KROGER COMPANY
HILES SHOE STORE S
Sh es For The Enfire Family E , R.
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B wling Green, Missouri
Phone EA 4-4116
Bowling Green, Missouri
Go Modern! Be Wise!
Live Beffer Elecfricolly
MISSOURI EDISON COMPANY
Movies Are Your Best Entertainment
Bowling Green, Mo.
Good for One Free Pass
the Night Following the
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We Specialize in Rings 1
Also Bridal Registration Gifts
for the Brides and Grooms
Bowling Green, Mo.
DR. H. E. WHEATLEY, D.V.M.
Bowling Green, Mo.
Bowling Green, Mo.
BOWLING GREEN PHARMACY WQRTHINGTQN EQUIPMENT
A il nn Sales and Service
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8 North Court v Portable Welding
EA 4-2ll2 Bowling Green, Mo. EA 4-2445 Bowling Green, Mo
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Obed Hall, Jr., Owner
Bowling Green, Missouri
TWIN CITY BOWL
LOUISIANA FURNITURE CO., INC.
"Home of Good Furniture"
600-608 Georgia Street
Louisiana, Missouri SK 4-4057
Z' C d 63353 I "Let's Go Bowling After School Today
Ip O e Bowling 35C Per Line June Through
August, I967, with This Ad. Offer Does
Louisiana, Missouri Not Terminate when Ad Is Signed
FARMER'S EQUITY EXCHANGE
Serving This Community For Over 50 Years
With All Your Farm Needs
All Feed Ingredients
All Your Seed Needs
Sheffield Farm Fencing
Tanks--Waterers 8. Most Farm Hardware
Phone EA 4-4501 Bowling Green, Mo.
BLUFF CITY DAIRY
All GrAde Dairy Products
2903 St. Mary's Avenue
AC I-0951 Hannibal, Mo.
Open 24 Hours a Day
Junction 6I 8g MM
Business Route 36
GALLOWAY LIMESTONE CO.
Ashley EA 4-4695
Frankford ST 4-2357
Residence ST 4-2380
Oxygen Equipped Ambulance Service
For Insurance See Walter Roland
Your Farm Bureau Insurance Agent
YU 5-560I New London, Mo
BROADWAY BEAUTY BOX
Your Beauty Is Our Business
I5 N . Broadway
East Gate 4-3236 Bowling Green, Mo .
RALLS COUNTY STATE BANK
"Bank Where You Save"
Member FDIC Phone YU 5-4611
New London, Missouri
INCE FEED STORE
Nutrena Feeds ST 4-2524
DEFORD STANDARD STATION
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Call YU 5-5091 "AAA'
New London, Missouri
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81- 'W Hardware
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Stephens Work Clothes
Frankford ST 4-2911
A Complete Line of Men's, Women's and
Children's Clothing and Shoes
"It Will Pay You to Shop at Pearson's"
Phone LYric 4-6701 Vandalia, Mo.
LONG'S GENERAL STORE
Numerous Miscellaneous Items
Agent for American Family Insurance
.ST 4-2346 Frankford, Mo .
METROPOLITAN LIFE INS.
"As you no doubt already know Metropoli-
tcm is the largest life Insurance Company in
the world and I'm proud to be associated
with them as their representative in Bowling
Green. I would like to have the opportun-
ity to tell you about our new saving plans
with extra protection benefits and guaran-
teed insurability at a future date."
Frank Fanning EA 4-4197
Life, Health, Group Insurance
Annuties, Pension Plans
VICTOR H. CVICD WENDEL
New York Life Insurance Company
324 So. Ilth Street, Bowling Green, Mo.
EAstgote 4-4 I 69
BOWLING GREEN CHEESE CO.
ABEL OIL CO.
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Pike, Ralls, and Marion Counties
Bowling Green, Missouri
Qualify BowLlNG GREEN LIVESTOCK
Regular Sales Each Friday
'Convenience Special Cattle Sale
First Monday each Month
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Drive-In Window 'fi Ein,
24 Hr. ' f 1, '
405 S. Court
Our 39th Year in BG
Special Horse Sale
First Saturday each Month
Locally Owned and Operated by
Gene Gaw and J. W. Thompson
Come In and See Us as
Buyer, Seller, or Visitor
ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
Shop at Scott's for
Men's, Women's, and Children's Clothing
Famous Brand Names
Sure to Please the Whole Family
Store Phone: SK 4-4351 5COTT'5
Catalog Desk: SK 4-5503 H4 West Main
Louisiana, Missouri PH. EA 4-4619 Bowling Green
"Providing Solid Foundations For the
Future ls Our Business"
L. W. RINEY
Concrete 8g Haydite Building Brick
Concrete 84 Haydite Brick
Steel Windows 84 Doors
Another First For Hannibal
Charcoal Broiled Steaks
Sea Foods and Cocktails
F Our Kitchen Open 5 PM 6 Days Per Week
Closed on Sundays
Phone AC I-0071 323 S. Maple Ave. ',35g,,cQxv- I
AC l-i900 3405 Market
vlercury and Comet Dealer Bowling .35 Per Line
Enjoy Summer Bowling Rates May l5
ToLEY SMITH roam, INC. 'O Seplembe' l' W66
Skyline 4-4282 Louisiana, MQ. 306 S' Slxlh Street
AC l-9536 Hannibal, Mo.
SALLY JAN E'S
,. Complete Beauty Service
"BOWLlNG GREEN FLORlST"
Flowers for All Occasions
.2 X 25' Our Specialty
X 518 S' mth Street ll2 West Main on the Square
1' Phone EA 4-4491
- EA 4-3371
K Bowlmg Green' Mo' Bowling Green, Missouri
Flowers for All Memorable Occasions
H6 W. Locust in Bowling Green
HOUSE OF CHARLAINE
Emerge Looking Pretty as a Picture
Sets: Sl .50
Permanents: Sl0.00, 58.50, 57.00
Owned and Operated by Kathleen Miller
Phone EA 4-2491, Bowling Green, Missouri
RALLS COUNTY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
5 This convenient after-hours
5 FDAYMENTS i clepository fit even furnishes
JUST E the envelopel is located near
Serving Pike County
the main entrance .
Office open Monday Through Friday
from 8-5. YU 5-87ll
New London, Missouri
COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Member Federal Deposit
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A Warm Welcome Always
Bowling Green, Missouri
EA 4-2233 22 West Main
RAY'S SHOE STORE
and MAYTAG STORE
CON BOY'S SHOE STORE F"I9ICIGIfe"M0YIG9
Shoes for SK 4'4I4I
607 Georgia Louisiana, Mo
Louisiana, Mo .
BEST REXALL DRUGS
ARCADE CLOTHING STORE
"Your Service Drug Store"
Phones sKylane 4-6233 and 4-6234 Louisiana, M0-
HEIMIS INGRAM PLUMBING SHOP
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Your Allis-Chalmers Dealer G es and Servlce
OF All Your Plumbing Needs
EA 4-43l5 Hiwcly 54 and 61 EA 4,4257
Bowling Green, Missouri
Bowling Green, Missouri
MEYER IMP LEMENT COMPANY
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LEFEVER General Farm Equipment i
Chevrolet 8. Oldsmobile New ldec Form Equipment
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W mg reen Bowling Green, Mo. mmmm
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If You Can't Attend Your Team's Games, be an Ear-Pullin' Fan and Listen
to the Play by Play Account on KHMO with Paul McClelland.
,pg LEONARD KORTE INC
"In the Pepsi Generation"
Phone EA 4-4634
Bowling Green, Missouri Y 'V
AH,-ERS. MOTEL TEMPO DEPARTMENT STORE
DININEWQOOM Operated by Gamble-Skogmo Inc .
Huck Finn Shopping Center
The Comfort of Home Hannibal, Mo.
TV--Radio--Air Conditioning--Phones phones: AC 1-0561
AC T-7950 AC P0597
Jet U S 61 8g 36 Hannibal Missouri Aldens Catalog Office Phones AC I-3621
MCCRAIGH INDUSTRIES, INC.
We Install Heating 8. Air Conditioning
Mineral Wool Insulation--Blown-In or Batts
Williamson--Gas 8K Oil Furnaces 8r Air Conditioning
International Electric Hot Water Heating Systems
Also-- Awnings--Patios Aluminum Siding 8. Other Siding
Carports--Storm Windows--Storm Doors
Phone EA 4-3361 1205 W. Locust Bowling Green, Mo.
' BANNER LOAN
Compliments of -Friendly
MERCANTILE BANK S25.OO1-0 52,000.00
Phone LY 4-3202
108 East State Street
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BANK or LOUISIANA
Member of F.D.l.C. I,
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Member Federal Deposit
Open Seven Days Q Week No Service Charge Drive-In Window
Hqnnibql, Missouri Louisiana, Missouri
YATES 8. HAGAN
lt Came From Yates."
ST. MARY'S PHARMACY I-H: HIS Good Taste,
Ph. AC l-3000
2702 St. Mary's Ave. llo South Main
Hannibal, Mo. l'lC'nnll90lf M0-
Dr. F. W. Fitzgerald, Sr. Owner
MAGNESIUM MINING COMPANY
Processors--High Test Magnesium
Calcium AG Stone
Crushed Building and Road Stone
Best by Test in the Laboratory and
in the Field
Bowling Green, Missouri
Phone EA 4-4236
S HUMATE HARDWARE
Bowling Green, Mo. '
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Paints and Varnishes vi X2 g
BIG JOB! --
True Value Hardware
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Bowling Green, Missouri
24-Hr. Ambulance Service
Phone EA 4-331 I
Than Ever Are Shopping at . . .
LESLIE J. CALVERT, REALTOR
YOU R ndrpendenl P l'l O fl 6
lnsuram AGENT Res. EA 4-2118
"""'g!""' gn' Office EA 4-2321
Bowling Green, Missouri
Where Parking ls No Problem
Bowling Green, Mo.
We Give and Redeem Consumers Stamps
PARSON'S TAX AND
9 South Court EA 4-39II
Bowl ing Green, Mo .
I220- Hour Course
HOME APPLIANCE STORE Classes Each Month
AC I -0653
Quality Appliances I-IonnIbcI' Mo'
Nome' Sylvania' Hofpolnl HANNIBAL scHooL or BEAUTY
Carrier Airconditioning 8. Heating I
Home Owned 8i Operated
Service All Makes HANNIBAL MUTUAL LOAN AND
I7 N . Main Cross
Real Estate 84 Loan
Bowling Green, Missouri
AC I-I I44
KX . THE EMPORIUM
Riiiik Finke Monument Co.
Wy Hannibal's Fashion
All Kinds of Cemetery Work Ladies--CI-giIdren'5
.IUrlCI'I0r1S 61 81 I6I Wearing Apparel
Bowling Green, Mo.
Fred I-- Finke I02-I04-I06 South Main
Phone EAstgate 4-2I84 Phone AC I-1396
Our Monuments Stand Straight Hannibal, Missouri
THE FURNITURE MART
F. A. JENNINGS 8. J. H. DIXON --Th.,
Tractor 8. Implement Company CIWef'O"I-ene Inc- I - '
Bowling Green, Mo. EA 44402 ' I "
EA 4-2151 306 West Church St.
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' A A ' L E A Beef8-Pork
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WUUUJ .-Qi,ss,rf if
by The Side or Quarter
or Over the Counter
OGDEN OIL COMPANY FEEDERS GRAIN AND SUPPLY INC.
G T. Down Town Phone EA 4-2481
G 8 O I Mill--Phone EA 4-4411
exaco as I TE CO i -J tffig Grinding, Mixing,
Highway 54 West in 1'3" .
Ph EA 4-8984 4 'fiviiafnx Peueimg
one Q ' I Feeds of All Kinds
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Bow mg reen O . Bowling Green, Mo.
MFA GRAIN TERMINAL
Phone SK 4-6241 Ray Dolbeqre
CITIZENS DISCOUNT 8:
Phone AC 1-7900
gt - "H 714 Broadway
-.. -P I Hannibal, Missouri
MITCHELL'S CLOTHING STORE
The Store That Appreciates
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Your Business I
Vandalia, Missouri fll '
102 s. Main sf. '. ,
THE STEAK HOUSE
Macie Ogden Owner
Charcoal Broiled Steaks and
Fine Foods Our Specialty
Bowling Green, Mo. Highway 61
MILLS AUTO PARTS COMPANY
Distributor of Replacement Parts
JERMAN FARM SUPPLY
-Il -. 1 Grain--Feed--Lime
212 North Third Street L '..+,v' fs.,
AC I-2553 -I Fertilizer--Seeds
--I Cwgag Vandalia, Mo .
H I I P'-'-'-" Phone LY 4-2931
P .O . Box 248
Phone LY 4-6458
Liberal Trade Ins .
P. N. HIRSCH AND co.
5 Phone EA 4-2381
Bowling Green, Missouri
ST. CLEMENT EQUIPMENT, INC.
Sales 'T V Service
R. 3 Located at Post Office
St. Clement, Mo.--Bowling Green, Mo.
LARSON'S COLOR MART
Paint, Wallpaper, 81 Toys
Distributor of Cook's Products
Sanders, Polishers 8.
Wallpaper Steamers For Rent
I5 North Main Cross
phone EA 4-3704 Bowling Green, Mo. EA
A 5 P STORE SANDERSON'S
, We Give Plaid Stamps Dry Goods
EA 4-4327 Ladies Ready to Wear
A, H6 W Moi Men's Wear
N. ,J . n
Bowling Green, Missouri
On the Square Bowling Green, Mo.
Foot of Bird St.
, Phone AC I-4627
R. Tom Hooley, Mgr
NEW HARTFORD CASH STORE
We Give and Redeem Eagle Stamps
New Hartford, Mo.
VANDALIA HEET GAS
Bottle and Bulk Delivery
Complete Heating Installation
Corner of West Washington
and North Cleveland
These Advertisers Bought Your
1965-66 Speakers at These Rates:
V8 Page Paid for 3 Books
V4 Page Paid for 5 Books
V2 Page Paid for 8 Books
I Page Paid for I4 Books
Let Them Know That You
Appreciate Their Help.
BROWN 'S SPORTING GOO DS
Authorized Dealer for Browning
and Colt Shotguns
On the Square, in Bowling Green
WHITE STAR LAUNDRY
106 North 4th Street
BOWLING GREEN GAS COMPANY
For Heating 81 Cooling
Natural Gas Is Best
16 South Court
EA 4-4141 Bowling Green, Mo.
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Finest Food and Fastest Service
Come As You Are
Be Served in Your Car
Al and Mary Borgmeyer
Phone AC 1-4811
PEoGY's HAT AND DRESS SHOP JOHN HAYS
Dresses for All Occasions I 5 REAL ESTATE
Juniors, Misses and 1X2 Sizes ': 5 M-F-PM IYISUFUUCS
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winifred Kilby 2 I N . 4 E
ggf 15935 Ei EA 4-4202
Bowling Green, Missouri --. 5 B0Wl""9 Green, M0
' I o. K. WILLIAMS
TOM L. WILLIAMS
Real Estate and Insurance
Office EA 4-4541 Res. EA 4-3232
NORGE LAUN DERAMA
Complete Coin-op Laundry and
"Customer Service and SatiSfaction"
Viva D. Street
BOWHHQ Green' MO' Ph. 4-8985 22 com Sfreef
TlNSLEY'S 66 SERVICE
Phillips 66 Products
"For Your Fertilizer Needs"
Chemical Plant Food For Growing
Also Free Soil Sampling
For Efficient Farming
Phone EA 4-8964 Hiway 6l 8. 54
Bowling Green, Mo.
Bowling Green, Mo.
Phone EA 4-3618 Bowling Green Mo
CO. Symbol of Service
Serving Pike County
Bowling Green, Missouri m
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THE CRAFTSMEN WHO
CREATED YOUR FINE
Bowling Green AND
Highway 6l South
Bowume GREEN CAR WASH REPRESENTAT'VE
L THEIR BEST WISHES
MAYTAG COIN LAUNDRY AND
als? if 6
Bowling Green ' 4 - ' r
xx ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS
V CLASS RINGS AND PINS ' CLUB INSIGNIA ' MEDALS
TROPHIES PLAQUES ' DIPLOMAS ' INVITATIONS
Qual I-T-Shoes, Louisiana, Mo.
Robertson Motor Freight, Bowling Green, Mo.
R. A. Hulen, D.V.M., L. D. Nordyke D.V.M., Bowling Green, Mo.
Kolonial Inn, Bowling Green, Mo.
Morris Accounting Service, Bowling Green, Mo.
Jones Brothers Cities Service, Bowling Green, Mo.
Strother's Jewelry Store, Louisiana, Mo.
Stark Brothers Nurseries, Louisiana, Mo.
OpaI's Cafe, New London, Mo.
Lucas Cafe, Frankford, Mo.
F 8. F General Merchandise, Bowling Green, Mo.
Wright Brothers Furniture Store, Hannibal, Mo.
Niemeyer Tractor Sales, Bowling Green, Mo.
Ennis Implement Co., Vandalia, Mo.
Paul E. William, Bowling Green, Mo.
Leakes Sales and Service, St. Clements, Mo.
Feldman Bros. Store, St. Clements, Mo.
Dave Butters Auto Sales, Bowling Green, Mo.
Vandalia Leader, Vandalia, Mo.
HayIey's Modern Cleaners, Bowling Green, Mo.
A 8. W Root Beer Drive-In, Louisiana, Mo.
Dr. Jack Griffin, Bowling Green, Mo.
SHOW-ME LODGE '
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" '4 on CQMPANY
Q Herb Kolb
ALLISON, DENNIS RAY, Intramural
volleyball 4, Basketball 3, Intramural
basketball l,2,4, Lettered 4, Track
BEDDIES, KATIIIE MARIE, Pep Squad
Decoration Committee l,2,3,4, Chair-
man 3, Hostess 4, Decorated for Sports
Banquet 1,2,3,4, Chairman 3, FHA 1,2,
ll,-4, Song Leader 4, Executive Council
3,4, Served FFA Banquet 1,2,3,4,
Sweetheart dance committee 2, Style
Show l,4, Decoration committee
Hootenanny 3,4, Decoration committee
for Barnwarming 1,2,1l,4, Food commit-
tee Bamwarxning 2,3, Sang at Hoote-
nanny 3, Moral and Matter Debate
Panel 4, FHA Christmas Game Leader
4, FIIA Poster committee 2,3, Senior
Play, Junior Play Make-up Crew, Mag-
azine Salcs 3, Prom Decoration Com-
mittee 3, Band 1,2,Il,4, Sax Quartet
2,3, II Rating at State, Sax Sextct 2,3,
4, I Rating at State 2,3, Poster Com-
mittee 2,3, Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 3,4,
Top Twenty 4, Girl's Trio 3, Intramu-
rals 1,2,3,4, Lettered 1,2,3,4, Captain
of: Softball 1,LZ,3, Basketball 1,2,3,
Dodgeball 2,3, Volleyball 1,3,4, Table
Tennis 3, Gymnastic program 3,-I.
BIBB, Juomr EARL, Fl IA 1,2,-I, Rc-
presentative State FI IA Chonis 4,
Served FFA Banquet 1,2, Pep Squad
l,2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Hostess
Committee Chairman -I, Freshman
Class Treasurer, Magazine Sales 3,
Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast,
Prom Committee 3, Glee Club 1,2,3,4,
Choir 3,-1, Top Twenty 4, Girl's Trio
3, District Rating II, Soprano Solo 3,
District Rating II, Intramurals 1,2,3,4,
Basketball l,2,3,4, Indian Dodgeball
1,2,3,4, Volleyball 1,2,3, Softball 1,Z,
3, Paddle Tennis 1,2,3,4, Table Ten-
nis 1,2,3, Journeyman Award 3, Bob-
caster Staff 3,4.
BIRKHEAD, ROBERT VNIAN, Nation-
al Honor Society, Student Council 3,
Speaker and Bobcastcr Staff 4, Jr.-Sr.
Prom Theme Committee, Sr. Trip
Rules Committee, Senior Class Motto
Committee, Magazine Sales 3, Senior
Play Cast, Junior Play Cast, Baccalau-
reate Usher 3, Commencement Pia-
nist 3, Curator's Certificate of Recog-
nition, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll
Letter l,2,3,4, Perfect Attendance 3,
Gregg Awards I and II, Stark's Nursery
Typing Award 2, Northeast District
Band Member 1,2, Band l,2,3,4, Let-
tered 1,2,3,-1, Band Board 3,4, Presi-
dent 4, Choir 1,2,3,4, Top Twenty 4,
Clcc Club 1, Trombone Solo 1,2,3,4,
District I Rating 3,-4, Piano Solo 1,2,3,
4, District l Rating 3,4, Brass Sextet
1,2,3, State I Rating 1, State II Rating
2,3, Brass Quartet 2,3, State II Rating
2,3, Brass Quintet 4, District I Rating
4, Choral and Solo Accompanist 1,2,3,
4, Boy's Quartet 2, Hcinie's Happy
Five plus Two 1,2,3,4, First place at
Hootenanny 3,4, Pep Band l,2,3,4, In-
tramurals 1,2,3,4, Lcttcrcd 1,3,4,
Cross Country 3,4, Track 3.
BOWEN, MARJORIE ANN, Band 1,Z,3,
4, Lettered 4, Clarinet Quartet 2, Pep
Band 4, District Quartet I Rating,
State Quartet I Rating, Junior Play
Staff, Senior Play Staff, Intramurals
1,2,3,4, Lettered 3,4.
BOWEN, MARY ELLEN, Gregg Award
II 3, Salesmanship Award 3, Perfect
Attendance 1,3,4, Decoration Commit-
tee for Junior-Senior Prom J.
BROWN, CHARLES D., Basketball 1,2,
Numeraled 1,2, Baseball 3,4, Lettered
3,-1, Track l,2,4, Lettered 4, Numeral
1,2, Basketball intramurals, Volleyball
intramurals, Perfect Attendance 1,2,
Usher Senior Play, Bookkeeping Award
no. 2, Magazine Sales 3, Physical Fit-
ness Honor Roll, Prom Decorating
Committee, Usher at Band Concert.
BRYANT, YOLONDA GALE, Student of
the Month 4, Gregg Award 3, Pep squad
Certificate of Recognition 2,3, FHA 4,
National Honor Society 2,3,4, Presi-
dent of N.H. S., Coronation Committee
4, Jr. Play Cast, Sr. Play Cast, Prom
Decoration Committee, Sr. Flower 81
Color Committee, Magazine Sales 3,
Intramurals Z,3,4, Served FFA Banquet
4, FI-IA Style Show 4, Refreshment
Committee for Hootenanny, Hostess
Committee at Regional Tournament,
Office Staff 1,4.
CALDWELL, GAIL C., FHA 4, Maga-
zine Sales 3, Pep Squad 2,3, Lettered
2,3, Prom Committee, Student Coun-
eil l,4, Junior Play Usher, Senior Play
Usher, Chorus 1, Intramurals .3,4, Pike
County Nurses Scholarship Award, Per-
fect Attendance 1.
CALVERT, SHERRY BETH, Pep Squad
1, Junior Play Staff, Senior Play Staff,
Sophomore Secretary, Senior Treasurer,
Band 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Choir
3,4, Saxophone Quartet 1,4, Saxophone
Trio 2, Top Twenty 4, Saxophone Solo
3,4, Saxophone Sextet 3,4, Girl's Vo-
cal Sextet 2, Honor Roll Letter l,2,3,
4, Perfect Attendance 1,2, National
Honor Society 2,3,4, Curator's Certifi-
cate, Regent's Award, Stark Typing
Awards 3, DAR Good Citizen Award 4,
E Honor Roll 2,3.
CASH, LINDA, Freshman Vice-Presi-
dent, Sophomore Treasurer.
CATLETT, BRENDA KAY, Pep Squad
1, Glee Club 1,2,4.
Cl-IAMBERLAIN, PAMELA LOU,
Harrisonvillc: Pep Squad 1,2,3, FHA 2,
So-Si l,3, Intramurals 1,2,3, Honor
Roll 2. Bowling Green: Pep Squad 3,4,
FHA 3,4, BG and Regional Tournament
Decoration Committee 4, Co-chairman
of FHA Hootenanny Decoration Com-
mittee 4, Style Show 3,4, Junior Play
Staff, Senior Play Cast 4, Intramurals
3,4, Honor Roll 4.
DETERS, DOROTHY CATHERINE, FHA
1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Executive
Council 2, Pep Squad 1,2,3,4, Lettered
1,2,3,4, National Honor Society 2,3,4,
Prom Decoration Committee 3, Junior
Play Make-up Committee 3, Senior
Play Cast, Glee Club 1,2, Intramurals
1,2,3,4, Lettered 2,3,4, Gregg Award
lBookkcepingj 3, National Business En-
trance Test ,Bookkeeping--Superior
Efficiencyj 3, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Let-
tered 1,2,3,4, Betty Crocker Home-
maker of Tomorrow 4, Curator Award
4, Perfect Attendance 1,2,4, Yearbook
Staff 4, Student Council Treasurer 4,
Delegate to FHA State Meeting 3, FHA
Style Show 1, Pep Squad Queen Con-
test Committee 2,3,4, Chairman 3,4,
E Honor Roll 3,4, Commencement
DETERS, GERARD N., FFA l,2,3,4,
Student Council 4, Junior Play Cast,
Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Lettered 1,2,3,
Yearbook King Candidate 3.
DIXON, DONALD RAY, Senior Play
Usher, Junior Play Staff, Band 1,2,3,4,
Gregg Award no. Z fliookkcepingj 3.
ELDER, CAROLYN MARIE, Pep Squad
4, Magazine Sales 3, Fashion Show 2,
Senior Play Usher.
FELDMANN, CONNIE A., FHA Z,3,4,
Student Council Secretary 4, Pep Squad
2,3,4, Lettered 2,3,4, National Honor
Society 2,3,4, FHA Executive Council
4, Junior Class Treasurer, Intramurals
2,3,4, Lettered 2,3, Honor Roll 2,3,4,
I Rating in Shorthand Business Contest,
Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast,
Commencement Usher 3, Prom Com-
FELDMAN, MELVA KAYE, Pep Squad
2,3,4, Intramurals Lettered 3, Perfect
Attendance 3, Style Show 1,2.
FINLEY ROY R., National Honor Soci-
ety 2,3,4, Prom Theme Committee 3,
Magazine Sales 3, Junior Class Vice-
Presidcnt, Senior Class President, Jun-
ior Play Staff, Senior Play Cast, Bas-
ketball Manager 1, Perfect Attendance
2, Curator's Award 4, Honor Roll 1,2,
3,4, Boy's State 3, Planned Progress
Program Representative 1, MAA Con-
FITZGERALD, CATHY, Pep Squad 1,2,
3,4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Band l,2,3,4,
Band Board Secretary-Treasurer 4,
Choir 4, Glee Club 1, Brass Sextct 2,3,
Brass Quintet 4, Woodwind Quintet 4,
Brass Choir 1, Volleyball 3,-4, Bad-
minton 4, Junior Play Cast, Senior
Play Cast, Baccalaureate Usher 3, Prom
Theme Committee 3, Rules Commit-
tee For Senior Trip.
GAMM, JERRY LEE, FFA 1,2,3,4, Sec-
retary 3, Vice-President 4, Sophomore
President, Junior Play Cast, Senior
Play Cast, Choir 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4,
Band Board 4, Student Council 4, Glee
Club 3,4, Intramural Basketball 4,
GIBBONS, MARY L., National Honor
Society 3,4, Freshman Vice-President,
Honor Roll 1,3,4, Gregg Bookkeeping
Awards 1,2, and 4, Curtis School Plan
Salcsmanship Award 3, Bookkeeping
Superior and Proficiency Certificates,
Planned Progress Representative I,
Motto Committee 4, Student Librar-
GILBERT, GOLDIE MARIE, Intramurals
4, Senior play usher, Prom Decoration
committee, flower and color commit-
CILLUM, MARY ANN, FHA 1,2,3,45
FHA Style Show 1,2,3,45 FHA "Big
Sister" 35 Bamwarmin' Qucen candi-
date 35 Class Secretary 45 Office Per-
sonnel 45 NBE Test awards winner 35
Junior Magazine Sales 35 Junior play-
props manager 35 Junior play ticket
sales 35 Senior play usher 45 Concert
usher 45 Baccalaureate usher 35 Speaker
GREGORY, DOROTHY LOU, National
Honor Society 3,45 Junior play cast5
Senior play cast5 Prom decoration
committee5 Glee club 35 Intramurals
3,45 Honor Roll 1,3,45 Certificate of
Recognition from M. U.5 FHA Style
Show 1,25 Art Exhibit 1,45 Soil dz Water
Conservation Poster Contest 45 Amer.
Fxluc. Week Poster Contest 4.
GROTE, DIANE FAYE, FHA 1,2,3,45
Glee Club 15 Magazine Sales 3.
GROTE, DONNA JEAN, FHA 1,2,3,45
Glee Club 15 Certificate of Proficiency
award in General Clerical.
CROTE, DONNA RAE, Pep Squad 1,25
lettered 15 FHA 1,2,3,45 Student Coun-
cil representative FHA 45 Decoration
Chairman Hootenanny 35 FHA Style
Show 1,2,3,45 Executive FHA Council
45 Student Council Representative 45
Intramurals 1,2,3,45 lettered 1, barred
25 Volleyball champions 45 Physical
Fitness Honor Roll 2,35 Junior Play
usher 35 Baccaulaureate usher 35 maga-
zine sales 35 Prom decoration and
theme committee 3.
HALL, BILLY JOE, Magazine sales 35
Basketball 1,25 Track 1,25 Intramurals
HARNESS, CECIL WELLS, FFA 1,2,3,45
Poultry team 2, Farm mechanics 1,2,
3,45 Dairy team 35 Supervise commu-
nity service, Farming chairman 45
Band 1,2,3,45 Intramural Basketball
3,45 Badminton 2,35 Volleyball 2,3,45
Track 35 Lettered 35 State Farmer 1965
Star Green Hand--Crop Farming.
HENRY, WILLIAM FOUNTAIN JR.,
Tournament Book Committee 1,2,3,45
Band 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,35 Basketball
1,2,3,45 Lettered 2,45 Track 1,2,3,45
HORTON, EDDIE JOE, FFA 1,2,3,45
Secretary 45 Decoration Committee
for Barnwarming 3,45 Decorated for
Hootenanny 3,45 Christmas Party Bas-
ketball Captain 45 Attended FFA Con-
vention 45 District Contests 3,45 Public
Speaking 25 King Attendant at Barn-
warming 2,35 Decoration Committee--
FFA Banquet 3,45 Junior Play Cast5
Senior Play Cast5 Magazine Sales 35
Prom Decoration Committee 35 Stu-
dent Council 35 Glee Club 1,25 Intra-
mural Basketball 1,2,3,-I5 Volleyball
1,2,3,45 Badminton 1,2,3,45 Table Ten-
nis 1,2,3,45 Yearbook King Z5 FFA Re-
cord Book Award 3,45 Commencement
Usher 35 Served Sports Banquet 3,45
Queen's Escort for BG Tourney.
HUMMEL, ROBERT LEO, FFA 1,2,3,45
Field Crops 25 Farm Mechanics 3,45
Glee Club 35 Volleyball 3,4.
KNIESS, MARY ANN TIIERESA, Glee
Club 1,25 Basketball Intramurals l,2,45
Indian Dodgcball -I5 Volleyball 45 Na-
tional Honor Society 3,45 Honor Roll
Letter 35 Physical Fitness Honor Roll
I,2,35 Librarian -I5 Office Girl 4.
KOESTER, HERMAN G. JR., FFA 1,2,
3,45 Dairy Products Team 35 Intramu-
rals 1,2,3,45 Magazine Sales 3.
KORTE, WAYNE WILLIAM, FFA 1,2,3,
45 Reporter 35 Sentenial 45 Yearbook
Staff 3,45 Cross Country 3,45 Track 253,
45 Lettered 2,3,-15 National Honor So-
ciety 3,45 FFA State Farmer5 Meats
Team 2 participated in National Con-
tcst5 Soils Team 35 Livestock Team 45
FFA Scholastic Award 15 Alunma Presi-
dent5 Student Council Representative
25 Junior Class President5 Student
Council President 45 Junior Play Cast5
Senior Play Cast5 Glee Club 35 Intra-
murals l,2,3,45 Lettered 2,45 Concert
Usher 45 Commencement Leader 35
Perfect Attendance 25 Senior Trip
Rules Committee5 Prom Decoration
Committee 35 Magazine Sales 3.
LEAKE, PAMELA D., FHA 1,2,3,45
State Convention Delegate 35 Treas-
urer 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Student
Council Representative 45 Prom Com-
mittee 35 Junior Play Staff5 Senior
Play Cast5 Commencement Usher 35
Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Lettered 1,2,3,45
Quill and Scroll 3,45 Perfect Atten-
dance 3545 Bobcaster Staff 3,45 Assis-
tant Editor 45 Yearbook Staff 3,45 As-
sistant Editor 4.
LANGLEY, MARY JO, Journalism 45
Magazine Sales 35 Junior and Senior
Play Ticket Sales.
LEVERETT, DENNIS DFAN, FFA 1,2,35
LOVELACE, JUDY LHB, Pep Squad 1,25
Glee Club 152,35 Intramural Letter 3,4
Captain of Championship Volleyball
Team 45 National Business Entrance
Tests Certificate of Proficiency5 Cafe-
teria Work 45 Make-up Crew for Jun-
LYBARGFR, NANCY SUE, National
Honor Society 2,3,45 Prom Theme and
Decoration Committees 35 Intramurals
3,45 Honor Roll 2,3,45 Perfect Atten-
dance 1,2,3,45 Soil and Water Conser-
vation Poster Contest QFirst Prizej 35
American Education Week Poster Con-
test 1First Prize, 4.
MCERIDE, RONALD E., FFA 1,2,3,45
Student Council Representative 45
Dairy Farming Award 35 Chairman of
Community Service 45 Senior Play
Usher5 Junior and Senior Play Decora-
tion Cornmittees5 Barnwarming Decora-
tion Committce 1,2,3,45 Hootenanny
Decoration Committee 3,45 Farm Me-
chanics Team 25 Dairy Judging 35
Livestock Judging 45 Student of the
MCCURDY, GEORCIE FAY, Honor
Roll 45 Style Show 1,25 Junior Maga-
zine SaIes5 Junior Coat Check5 Style
Show Program Committee 25 Junior
Play Ticket Sales5 Senior Play Ticket
MEYER, WILLIAM MICHAEL, FFA 152,
3,45 Treasurer 45 Third Place Public
Speaker 25 Farm Mechanics Team 35
Farm Electrification Award 35 FFA Re-
cord Book Award 253,45 State Farmer
45 Chairman of Recreation Committee
35 Birnings and Savings Committee 45
Junior Play Cast 35 Senior Play Usher
45 Flower and Color Committee Chair-
man 45 Prom Decoration Committee 35
Magazine Sales 35 Band Concert Narra-
tor 45 Intramural Basketball 15 Volley-
ball Captain 45 Scholastic Letter 2.
MILLER, DWAINE F., DAR Good Citi-
zenship Award 45 Highest Score on
Physical Fitness Test 25 Band 2,3,45
Lettered 2,45 Band Board 45 Choir 2,3,
45 Choir President 45 Pep Band 3,45
Glee Club 152,35 Tuba Solo 3,45 Brass
Quintet 45 Brass Sextet 2,35 Brass Choir
25 Heinie's Happy Five Plus Two 2,3,45
Prom Decoration Committee 35 Junior
Play Lighting Manager5 Senior Play Ad-
vertisement and Ticket Sales Commit-
MILLER, RALPH A., FFA 1,2,3,45 Sen-
ior Play Cast, Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Let-
tered 2,35 Gregg Bookkeeping Awards
I and ll.
MILLER, TERRY LEE, Choir 2,3,45 Top
Twenty 45 Band 3,45 Brass Sextet 4,
District I Rating5 Journalism 35 Publi-
cations 45 NSPA 35 Magazine Sales 35
Top Speaker Salesman 45 Perfect At-
tendance 3,45 School Photographer 3,4.
MOORE, KATHY, Student Council 1,2,
3,45 FHA 1,2545 Secretary 45 Pep Squad
1,2,3,45LCltCICCl1,2,3,45ClCC Club 15
Commencement Usher 35 Magazine
Sales 35 Junior Play Cast5 Senior Play
C2St5 Honor Roll 45 Yearbook Atten-
dant 35 Barnwarming Attendant 2.
MOSS, WILSON DANIFJ., FFA 1,2,3,45
President 45 Student Council Represen-
tative 35 Chairman of Supervised Farm-
ing 35 Field Crops 2, District II Rating5
Magazine Sales 35 Baccalaureate Usher
35 Senior Play Cast5 Choir 2,3545 Track
1, Baseball 45 Lettered 45 Intramurals
153,45 FFA GMSO Rotary Club Award5
FFA State Farmer Degree.
NIEMEYER, ALICE EILEEN, FHA l,2,3,
45 Vice-President 45 Junior Play Usher5
Pep Squad 45 Lettered 45 Glee Club
1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Lettered
NIEMEYER, LARRY FRANK, Glee Club
1, Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Lettered 1,2535
NUTTER, LINDA JEAN, FHA 1,2,3,45
President 45 Representative to Execu-
tive Council 15 Reporter 25 Historian
35 Regional 2nd Vice-President 45 De-
legate to State FHA Meeting 25 FIIA
Sweetheart Queen Attendant 25 FHA-
FFA Barnwarming Queen 45 Co-Ed
Correspondent 15 FHA Style Show 1,35
FFA Banquet Server 35 Freshman Class
Secretary5 Sophomore Class Vice-
President5 Junior Class Secretary5 Jun-
ior Play Usher 35 Senior Play Usher 45
Junior Play Ticket Sales Co-Chalrman5
Senior Play Publicity Committee 45
Magazine Sales 35 National Honor So-
ciety 2,3,45 Honor Roll Letter 1,2,3,45
E I-Ionor Roll 1,2,3,45 Crisco Award 35
Stark Typing Award 25 II Rating Busi-
ness Contest Kirksvillc 25 Stark Book-
keeping Award 35 NBE Bookkeeping
Award 35 Gregg Bookkeeping Awards
35 I Rating QShorthandj Business Con-
test 45 Baccalaureate and Commence-
ment Leader 35 MU Curators Scholar-
ship 45 Senior Prom Queen 45 Office
OGDEN, KATHRYN MARIE, Junior-
Scnior Prom Decoration Committee.
ORF, SANDRA LEE, Senior Class Play
Ticket Sales Chairman 45 Glee Club
1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Curator's
Award 45 Intramural Letter 2,
PAGE, STEVE EDWARD, FFA 1,2,a,4,
Dairy Products 25 Dairy team 35 Farm
Mechanics 45 Chairman of.conduct of
meetings5 Track 1,3,4, lettered 3,45
Cross Country 4, lettered 45 Intramu-
rals 3,45 Prom Decoration committee
35 Magazine sales 3.
PARRISH, HENRY KIMLER, JR., FFA
PIAZZA, MARGARET ELLENDER, Glee
Club 15 Pep Squad 2.
RATHBURN, TERRY L., Baseball 2,
Basketball 25 Track 25 Intramurals l,2,
3,4, lettered 25 Class vice president 15
Magazines sales 35 Junior Play stage
crew 35 Graduation usher 35 Senior
Play stage crew 45 Yearbook ad sales
35 Year book cover committee 1.
READING, CANDY S., Pep squad 3,45
Junior Play uslrer5 Senior play east5
Junior Prom decoration committee 35
Motto committee -I5 Magazine sales 35
Pop concert server 25 Glee Club l,2,3,
45 Choir -I5 Top Twenty 45 Perfect At-
tendance 25 Office girl 3,4.
RODGERS, DERRYL E., Senior Play 45
Heinie's Happy Five Plus Two 45 Li-
brary Club 2,35 German Club 1,2,35 Jr.
ROSE, JAMES ROBERT, Student Coun-
cil 15 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,
3,45 Track l,2,il,45 Cross Country 2,3,4.
ROWLAND, RONALD WAYNE, Band
1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,25 Junior Play Stage
Manager5 Bobcaster staff 3,45 Speaker
staff 3,-I5 Curator's Award.
SACIIS, PEGGY, Pep Squad 3,45 BGHS
Style Show 1,2,3.
SCHERDER, JANET ANN, FHA 1,25
Pep Squad I,2,3,4, Vice-President 35
President 45 National I-lonor Society
2,3,45 Bobeaster staff 45 Speaker staff
45 Student Council representative 2,35
Magazines Sales 35 Intramurals 1,2,3,4,
lettered 1,25 Honor Roll l,2,1l,45 Jun-
ior Play cast, Senior Play cast, Sports
Queen Attendant 35 Yearbook Queen
Cadidate lg Baccalaureate Usher 35
Athletic Banquet Toastmistress 45 Prom
theme committee chairman 35 Barn-
warmin' attendant 15 Curator's Award
45 Bookkeeping Stark Award 35 Gregg
Bookkeeping Awards 35 National Busi-
ness Entrance Test-Superior proficiency
in bookkeeping5 April Student of the
Month 45 Sports Banquet Queen 4.
SMITH, MARVIN KENNETH, FFA l,2,
3,45 Cross Country Letterman 35 Jr.
Track Letterman 25 Class Vice-Presi-
dent 45 Student Council 35 FFA Parlia-
mentarian 3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Choir 25
Intramural basketball, baseball foot-
ball, volleyball 3,4.
SMITH, MICHAEL M., Senior Play 45
Magazine Sales 35 Basketball 1,25
Track 1,25 Baseball Z5 Intramurals 3,4.
STRAUBE, ANNICE MAE, Band 1,2,3,
45 Lettered 2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45
Lettercd 1,Z,3,45 Tourney Decoration
Committee 1, Hostess Committee 25
Cordination Committee Chairman 3,45
Speaker Staff 3,45 Bobcaster Staff 35
Quill and Scroll 3,45 Co-'Chairman
Student Council Campaign 45 Loyalty
Week Chairman5 Freshman Class Presi-
dent5 Student Council Vice-President
45 Alumni Vice-President5 Rules Com-
mittee for Senior Trip5 Prom Theme
Committee 35 Junior Play Cast5 Senior
Play Cast5 Senior Play Publicity Com-
mittee Chairman5 Speaker Assistant
Editor 35 Speaker Editor 45 Physical
Fitness Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Lunch
Ticket Sales 45 BaccauIaurcatc-Com-
mencemcnt Usher 35 Journalism Work-
shop5 Missouri Memorial Scholarship5
Clarinet Quartet l,2,3,4, District I
Rating 1,2,3,45 Clarinet Trio 2,35
Clarinet Choir 15 Band Board Repre-
sentative 2,35 Choir 1,2,3,45 Glee
Club 1,25 Top Twenty 45 Woodwind
Choir 45 Woodwind Quintet 4, Distric
I Rating5 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 Heinies
Happy Five plus Two 1,2,3,45 Intrams
rals1,2,3,45Lettered 1,2,45 Second
Place in Paddle Tennis 1,45 Second
Place in Table Tennis 45 Sophomore
Pilgrimagc5 Missouri Girl's State
QChap1ain, House of Representativesj5
January Student of the Month 45 Na-
tional Honor Society 2,3,45 Honor Roll
1,2,3,45 Lettercd 1,2,3,45 E Honor
Roll 3,45 Certificate of Recognition 45
Top Magazine Salesman A35 Top Year-
book Salesman 35 Top Concert Ticket
Salesman 15 Perfect Attendance 3,45
Office Staff 2.
TURPIN, CYNTHIA J., FHA 1,2,3,45
FHA Executive Representative 45 FHA
State Chorus 45 Junior Play Usher5 Sen'
ior Play Make-up Committee, Choir
3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Top Twenty 45
Soprano Solo 4, III District Rating5 In-
tramurals 3,45 National Honor Society
2,3,45 Honor Roll Letter 2,3,45 Athlet-
ic Banquet Server l5 FFA Banquet
WELCH, LILLIAN JEANETTE, FHA 1,2,
3,45 Junior Play Make-up Staff5 Choir
45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Intramurals l,2,
3,45 Lettered 2,35 FHA Style Show l,2,
WENDEL, PRISCILLA DOLORES, FHA
45 Honor Roll 1,2,45 Curators Award 4.
WENDEL, SANDRA KAY, Prom-Rc-
freshment Committee Chairman 35 Pep
Squad 15 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Perfect
WILHOIT, DEBORAH LOUISE, Glee
Club l,Z,3,45 Choir 45 Intramural Let-
ter 253,45 Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 National
Honor Society5 Regent's Scholarship5
Gregg Bookkeeping Award Number II5
Pep Squad 1,25 Lettered 1,2.
WILHOIT, MARY NELL, Yearbook
Staff 45 Junior Play Prompter5 Senior
Play Prompter5 Glee Club l,2,3,45 In-
tramurals 2,3,45 Honor Roll l,3,45
Certificate of Recognition 45 Regents
Scholarship 45 Gregg Bookkeeping
Awards I and II.
WILHOIT, PHYLLIS NL, FHA Z,3,45
Bobcaster Staff 3,45 Editor 45 Speaker
Staff 3,45 Junior Play Cast5 Senior
Play Cast5 Stark's Typing Award5 Glee
Club 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Let-
tcred 3,45 Regents Award5 Certificate
of Recognition-MU5 Honor Roll 1,2,3,
45 National Honor Society 2,3545 E
Honor Roll 3,45 Quill and Scroll 35 I
Ratings on Individual Writings 2,3,45
Girl's State Alternate 35 "What Amer-
ica Means to Me" Essay Contest Winner
15 Rural Co-op Youth Your Winner 35
Served Athletic Banquet 15 Served FFA
WILLIAMSON, KAREN F., FHA 1,2,3,
45 Style Show 1,2,3,45 Junior Play
Ticket Sales 35 Magazine Sales 35 Sen-
ior Play Ticket Sales 45 Senior Play
Usher 45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 FFA Ban-
quet Server 1,2,3,4.
WILLIS, DAVID ROGER, FFA 1,2,3,45
Dairy Products 2, District I Rating,
State III Rating5 Junior Play Stage
Hand5 Senior Play Stage Hand5 Intra-
murals 1,2,3,45 Lettered 2.
WOODS, MELVIN EUGENE, speaker
Staff 3,45 Bobcaster Staff 3,45 School
Photographer 3,45 Bobcaster Photogra-
phy Editor 45 Speaker Ad Sales 45 Pub-
lications Photography Workshop, Uni-
versity of Missouri 35 Photography Lab
Worker 3,45 Choir 3,45 Glee Club 1,2,
3,45 Served at Pop Concert 25 Baseball
Manager l,2,35 Lettered 35 Basketball
Manager 1,2,35 Lettered 35 Track Man-
ager 1,2,35 Lettered 35 Track Scorc-
book Keeper 45 Honor Roll 3,45 Scho-
lastic Letter 35 Perfect Attendance 35
Bookkeeping 2 Award 45 NSPA Joumley-
man's Pin 35 Magazine Sales 35 Senior
Play Uiher 4.
WRIGHT, LANA ELAINE, Pep Squad
2,3,45 Treasurer 45 Junior Play Make-
up Crew5 Senior Play Make-up Crew5
Prom Decoration Committee 35 Intra-
murals 35 Secretary for Mr. Neuman 35
Perfect Attendance 2,3.
Allison, Donna Jean 50,96,99,I34,l36
Barton, Betty Jane 42,95,13-'I
Bcddies, Carrol Michael 40,55,59,60,
Benn, James Perry 46,92,99,134
Bennett, Ernest Harrison 74,92,99,134
Bibb, Mona 3O,3l,39,50,90,95,96,99,
Brewster, Alvin Floydl' 57,96,I34
Brown, Frederick Earl 134
Bryant, Henry Wilfred 40,61,85,94,114,
Bryant, Robert Waynei 30,5I,7I,85,
Bunten, Carollyn Louise 34,3B,42,99,
Bunten, Patsy Sue 3l,50,l3-1
Butler, Eugene 101,134
Carroll, Clarence Henry 66,BS,135
Giamberlain, Larry Wayne 30,3l,32,
Charlton, Kenneth 92,135
Clark, Margaret 93,135
Comer, Eddie a1,as,s4,ss,9z,las
Copenhaver, Pauli' 59,60,64,96,l35,
Cropp, Alberta 75,135
Early, Steven 39,92,l35
Edmond, Rlelrdrdw z9,7s,94,1as
Edwards, Kathileen 30,31,42,86,90,95,
Elbert, Vema 93,100,135
Feldman, Anthony! 40,75,94,136
Feldman, Caroll Ray! 94,136
Feldmann, Danny VJ 31,38,50,69,85,
Finke, Katinell 74,75,93,96,136,139
Florence, Tonya 93,136
Gamm, Debbie 96,98,136
Gardner, Virginia! 96,136
Glaspie, George 136
Colian, Jolrrr E. 30,93,114,136
Goodhart, Bonnie Jane! 93,136
Goodson, Thonda Kay 47,90,95,96,137
Graves, Lyndell 137
Green, Elizabeth 92,137
Grote, Jerry 92,137
Grote Kathleen 72,75,93,137
Grote, Tommy 30,137,142
Hager, Harold 137
Hallows, Carl 39,85,137
Hamilton, Steven 39,46,50,56,60,65,
Hearn, Carol 38,93,137
1'-linghaus, Edward FJ' 30,31,3B,92,l37,
Hobbs, Rose 51,93,137
Hubert, Floyd 94,137
Hurd, Freddie 137
l-lrrsredde, Gail al,a5,9s,9e,1s7
lngram, Ronnie 30,511,137
lnlow, Kenny 3l,38,85,92,138
Jenkins, Nancy 30,39,75,90,93,95,138
Jennings, Betty Lou 138
Jennings, Billy 138
Jennings, Margaret 138
Jennings, Mary Sue 38,138
Jennings, Sharon 30,39,95,138
Jennings, Louise 138
Jones, Virgil' 31,138
Justis, Tommy 31,39,6l,85,92,138
Kattelmann, Gale Elizabeth 6,31,56,
Kelly, William 92,94,139
Kelly, Ricky 31,412,139
Kirk, Mary 9a,99,la9
Knicss, Judithif 51,92,l39
Knock, Colleen a5,5o,5a,59,eo,96,
Knock, Sheilai 30,31,139
Kortc, Clyde 39,92,136,l39
Korte, Janet! 50,139
Korte, Vernon! 30,38,92,94,139
Kurth, Donna! 4z,sl,7l,az,ss,9o,9s,
May, Ronnie 42,74,92,96,139
McMillen, Carol 95,96,136
Miller, Loretta 140
Moore, Larry 140
Moore, Stevie 140
Moore, Janis 31,140
Morris, Juanita 31,75,93,95,140
Morrison, Larry 93,140
Morton, Monte 75,913,140
Mosley, Ellen 32,51,140
Mosley, Sharon 95,140
Nalley, Brenda 30,140
Niemeyer, Ruth 30,32,47,82,90,93,
obermrrrr, Patricia 31,50,93,135,140
Ogden, Shirlee 3l,75,93,140,l42
Orf, Duane! 29,94,140
Orr, Linda 30,3l,l40
Ori, Wanda 6,75,141
Patton, Allen 114,141
Pettey, Sheryl 92,141
Raney, Gary' 85,94,135,141
Raney, Ronnie 39,61,84,85,135,141
Rdrhbrrrrr, Roberr 31,39,61,66,B4,85,
Reading, George 38,913,141
Rifilc, Linda 93,141
Robinson, Phillip 26,96,141
Rutherford, Beverly! 30,50,56,73,82,
Salfen, Marilyn 72,73,75,93,142
Sanderson, Rebecca 29,50,70,96,142
Scherder, Dorothy 30,31,32,38,40,50,
Scherder, Frank? 40,911,142
Scherder, Joan 142
Schumacher, Mike 28,94,96,14Z
Scott, Ola 70,93,142
Scott, Wayne 74,142
Shannon, Gary 84,85,94,98,114,135,
Shepherd, Murry Junior 29,84,85,94,
Smith, Patricia 95,142,143
Stark, Debra 51,92,95,99,141,143
Stewart, Ruth 39,93,143
Storts, Douglas 3l,42,46,56,93,96,
Stover, Richard 42,56,93,143
Straube, Karen 3l,48,51,73,96,143
Slraube, Willis 39,69,71,93,136,143
Strickland, Ernestine 31,56,72,75,93,
Taylor, Andrew!! 74,85,143
Thurman, Thomas 93,143
Turpin, Richardi 142,143
Ulrich, James 60,40,94,134
Shepherd, Linda 43,92,142
Smith, Betty Jo 3l,51,82,90,95,96,130,
Wankel, Charles 30,31,94,143
Welch, Wilma 38,56,70,93,95,99,143
Williams, Curtis' 42,73,92,99,143
Worthington, James 143
Worthington, Lindallf 143
Alls, Lois Ann 30,124
Allen, Sandi 139,83,90,92,124
Arnold, Franklin 70,94,96,124
Baker, John 56,58,70,97,124,133
Basye, Richard el,ee,7s,s5,124,l3a
Beavers, Patty 32,33,41,46,93,95,99,
Becker, Mary 124
Betts, Mac' 30,39,51,92,124
Betts, Mikel' 124
Bowen, James 80,124,127
Branstetter, Becky 30,51,42,82,90,124,
Branstetrer, Monty 56,60,B5,96,98,99,
Brewer, Donald 30,124
Gertie, Brown 30,42,53,90,91,124,
Brown, Jean 124
Bryant, Patricia? 56,72,l25
Bufflngton, Barbara 93,125
Buffington, Rosanna 74,913,125
Clark, Myrna! 30,42,56,71,73,95,98,
Colbert, Bill 58,61,66,97,25
Cox, James 125
Craft, Mary Jane 39,43,46,55,56,60,
Craig, Mike 30,61,125
Dickeson, Charles 125
Dieckmann, Bettyl' 30,83,90,92,95,
Dixon, Bobi 64,75,96,126
Dowell, Floyd 126
Dowell, Linda 92,435,126
Dowell, Robert 85,126
Edmond, James 30,33,60,94,126,131
Farrell, Jimmy! 15,94,126
Finley, Larry 39,92,99,126
Florence, Bill 126
Flowers, Delores? 30,126
Frankhouser, David 26,96,126
Gillette, Glenda 30,43,64,92,126
Glascock, Dale 60,92,94,126
Golian, Ann 126
Gollaher, Judy' 30,B3,90,95,126
Cosnell, Phillip 30,126
Gray, Orval 94,127
Green, Linda 30,95,127
Haden, Robert 127
Haley, Judy 30,42,82,90,95,125,127
Hall, Bill 127
Harlow, Delphia 58,97,127
Harrelson, Sammy 94,127
Harris, Philip Nelson! 18,66,84,85,127
Hearn, Linda 39,93,127
Hobbs, Arlene 30,72,127
Hobbs, Darlene 30,51,75,93,128
Hobbs, Judith 92, 128
Horton, Brenda 128
Hummel, Martin 94,126
Ingram, Nellie 128
Jarboe, Wanda Sue 32,95,126,1Z8
Jenkins, Barbara Jean 30,42,73,90,
Jenkins, Lula Ann' 38,75,93,101,128
Jennings, Mary Ann 30,128
Jannings, Patti 30,911,128
Johnston, Everett Wayne 39,51,92,129
Kattelmann, Buddy 85,129,133
Kelch, Becky 51,70,75,129
King, Steve! 4,56,100,129
Korte, Jerome' 61,85,94,129
Korte, Joyce' 30,56,129
Kuntz, Don 9,941,129
Kuntz, Judith Ann' 9S,99,129
Landers, Montyll' 92,99,l29
Lasher, Ann 92
Leake, Carolyni 42,51,82,90,129,131
Lovell, Judy 30,42,82,90,95,129
Lovelace, William 92,911,129
Luebbers, Alan 129
Mallory, Doug 6O,94,96,129,175
Marshall, Tommy 30
McDonnald, Linda 39,95,130
McMillan, Ann 7,35,90,96,130
McMillen, Jim 130
Miller, Joy 93,99,130
Morris, Barbara! 95,130
Morris, Wayne 32,130
Motley, Susie 130
Motley, Bill 130
Mudd, Dale 30,130
Mullen, Rubby 66,131,130
Niemeyer, Ellen 56,92,95,131
Niemeyer, Virginia 39,82,90,92,95,
Nutter, Richard 41,5B,61,99,97,125,l31
Page, Janice? 38,51,58,93,97,98,131
Painter, Phyllis ao,a9,9o,91,9a,99,1al
Perkins, Florence Dale 64,131
Perkins, Sandra Louise 30,75,93,95,131
Phelps, William 93,94,99,131
Phillips, Rose Mary 30,38,92,93,131
Roberts, Beverly 53,91,93,95,131
Rolen, Judy 38,9Z,131
Rowland, Richard 74,96,131
Scherdcr, Danny 5,30,56,58,97,98,131
Scherdcr, Elaine? 1,29,39,58,82,89,
Schindler, Francis? 51,132
Shinn, Doris 43,132
Sisson, Charles 93,133
Smith, Vicki 27,30,56,90,95,96,132
Staats, Wilma 30,92,95,132
Stewart, Ronnle 30,941,132
Sutton, Shirley Jean 55,60,90,96,133
Trower, Wilburn Adrain 94,132
Turner, Vickie 5,72,93,95,99,100,13Z
Turpin, Herschel Raymond 94
Vanarsdel, Anna 53,57,75,91,132
Wendel, Gary 30,38,92,133
Williams, Cathyt a9,46,5e,e4,75,s2,9o,
Williams, Gene 51,58,75
Worthington, Shirley Mae 5,42,92,99,
Yahne, Dianal' 95,96,133
Young, Gary 64,94
un io rs
Barton, Charles 94,116
Boston, Alicia 36,56,57,58,73,9l,97,
Boswell, Marilyn 30,39,83,90,93,95,
Boudinier, Bucky? 1,26,39,-16,56,65,
Branstetter, Bonnie 7,26,56,58,73,75,
Branstetter, Tommy! 30,51,75,l16
Brewster, Linda 30,S2,90,ll6
Bunten, Diana? 116
Bunten, Mary Jane 37,43,51,53,57,58,
Caldwell, Brenda 74,93,116
canlm, Larry 35,39,92,94,99,100,116
Chapman, Susan 1,24,27,30,32,89,90,
Conboy, Jan 30,37,90,11li
Conrow, Terry 116
Cook, Richard 30,116
Copenhaver, Beulah 116
Couch, June 25,27,36,37,39,58,B7,90,
Couch, Bill 26,37,61,B0,96,117,118,
Cragen, Lois 53,95,97,1l'7
Dameron, Otis 30,117
Daugherty, Jean 26,37,43,58,71,83,
Dean, Kathy 1,2e,aa,s4,e,7,4s,ss,71,91,
Deters, Amyw ze,az,37,s:i,5e,ss,9l,9s,
Dunn, John 37,39,92,117
Deters, Jimmy 30
Edmond, Beverly 72,95,1 17
Elder, Marvin 75,117
Farr, John 36,55,56,59,6C',64,71,96,
Fisher, Pamelalk 10,30,37,58,83,9O,95,
Flood, Terry 38,66,67,77,78,79,83,87,
Francis, Eddie 99,117
Francis, Sharon 30,118
Gi-iflizh, Jackie 1B,30,l1l3
Griffith, lda 118
Grimmctt, Brenda 73,913,118
Crinstead, Larry? 2l,27,36,37,42,53,54,
Grote, Carrolllli 118
Grote, Terry 27,30,70,94,ll8,l33
Grover, Ricky Dale 118
Gnlmmel, John 30,118
Hamlett, Lindai' 118
Harlow, Demalk 118
Harness, Margaret 5,26,30,35,58,60,71,
Hendrix, Larry 38,119
Hiles, Jimmy 37,39,6l,B0,83,92,ll9
Howard, Lelia 7,3o,43,9o,ll9
Ingram, Billy 37,77,80,ll9
lnlow, Jimmy l0,30,9Z,ll9
Jones, Jean Francis' 119
Kerns, Cecil! 119
Knight, Ralph 71,74,94,119
Knock, slielba 73,98,117,l19
Kuntz, Bobby 94,119
Kurth, Sharon 30,51,B3,86,87,90,95,
Lamberson, Phyllisi 30,53,90,95,119
Lawson, Betty 30,119
Lawson, Bonny 30,95,119
Levcrett, Ted 27,3O,37,56,70,1l9
Lewis, Danny a2,3:i,a7,49,5s,6o,77,7s,
Luebrecht, Helen 26,27,95,l20
Maiden, Jo Ann 46,90,l20
Marshall, Larry 61,71,76,120
Marshall, Michael? 51,5B,61,66,80,90,
McMillen, Mary Jo 95,120
McPike, Bill 61,68,76,77,79,81,83,87,
Moore, Bruce 30,94,120
Morris, Wayne 1,35,36,39,46,61,66,76,
Morrison, Kenneth? 30,120
Morton, James 74,121
Mudd, Jimi' 39,7-1,913,121
Mullen, John 61,121
Myers, Linda 93,121
O'Doncl, Robert, Jr. 121
Orf, David 24,32,58,60,94,97,121
Off, Paula! 26,32,37,42,50,53,56,58,
Ori, Shirley! 6,30,121
Orf, Trudie 72,121
Palmer, Conniei 30,51,95,118,121
Pargeon, Linda 70,93,121
Pealer, Linda 93,121
Pettey, Keith 121
Presson, Carolyn 93,121
Riley, Tom 121
Salsman, Judith 30,32,95,122
Schindler, James? 51,122
Schindler, Robert! 51,122
Scott, Judy 122
Shinn, Neta 95,122
Sisson, Joyce 93,122
Sisson, William 30,37,39,92,122
Smith, Danny! 37,38,68,122
Splain, Judy 30,122
Stapleton, Daniel 15,34,35,37,39,56,
Staton, Darrell? 122
Stewart, Dale 94
Storts, Bruce 10,25,36,37,60,94,121,122
Stover, Ann 30,71,90,91,122,133
smube, Chris 61,66,69,76,77,78,82,87,
Straube, Jerry 70,123
Thompson, Linda 93,123
Trower, Roger 37,39,92,123
Ulrich, Alta! 92,123
Unsell, Sherry 93,95,l23
Wankcl, Sam 74,94,123
Wendel, Wayne 56,61,70,123
White, Wayne 4,30,36,94,123
Whitten, Donna 38,41,46,95,123
Wilson, Kathy 7,30,32,36,56,58,60,75,
Worthington, Deloris 123
Adams, Brenda 102
Allison, Dennis 43,72,77,79,80,82,B7,
Beddies, Kathie -1,26,30,39,41,46,56,
Bibb Judy 4,45,46,53,82,90,91,92,95,
Birkhead, Bob 26,29,35,39,44,45,46,53,
Bowen, Marjorie 26,56,60,64,71,96,102
Bowen, Mary Ellen? 51,523,102
Brewer, Haroldik 43,66,81,102
Brown, Charles? 53,61,66,69,102,107
Brown, Joe 30,102
Bryant, Yolondafl' 30,45,56,59,75,82,
Bunten, Daniel! 50,53,57,103,11l
Caldwell, Gail! 30,56,90,95,98,103
Caldwell, Randal 29,9-1,103
Calvert, Sheri-yi 26,46,52,54,56,60,62,
Cash, Linda 104
Catlett, Brenda 30,913,104
Chamberlain, Pam 30,45,53,90,92,95,
Dems, Dottie! 1,27,28,30,42,45,50,
Deters, Nicky 30,71,94,98,l05
Dixon, Donald Z6,35,53,96,l05
Drew, Glen Dale 105
Elder, Carolyn 30,38,43,82,90,92,l05
Feldmann, Conniel' 22,Z6,30,42,44,45,
Feldman, Melva? 53,82,90,105,173
Finley, Roy 45,50,52,62,74,97,105,108
Fitzgerald, Cathy 2-1,44,45,46,50,55,60,
Gamm, Jerry 27,3o,:14,a9,4o,4l,44,45,
Gibbons, Mary 50,53,57,62,97,l05,17Z1
Gilbert, Goldie 105
Cillum, Mary Ann 28,30,50,53,57,95,
Glaspie, Robert 15,30,57,106
Gregory, Dorothy 45,50,51,56,97,l06
Grote, Diane 95,106
Grote, Donna Jean 75,95,106
Grote, Donna Rae 7,28,30,46,75,95,
Haden, Donald? 53,106
Hall, Bill 106
Harness, Cecil 30,32,94,96,106
Hendrix, Ronnie 73,106
Henry, Bill 4,39,61,69,76,78,80,87,96,
Hobbs, Rebecca 43,l06,
Horton, Eddie 30,-45,60,88,9-4,104,106
Hummel, Robert 30,7l,94,107
Hutcherson, Winifred 15,l8,27,103,107
Jennings, Marjorie 11,110,107
Knicss, Mary Ann! 50,5l,53,57,97,l07
Koester, Jerry 30,911,108
Korte, Waynei' 6,30,32,45,50,53,56,60,
Kun, Michael 43,108
Langley, Mary Joi' 91,108
Leake, Pam 4,30,32,35,44,45,53,56,73,
Leverett, Dennis 30,52,7D,74,109
Lovelace, Judy 56,75,l09
Lybarger, Nancy? 42,50,63,73,75,97,
109,111 -1 years perfect attendance
McBride, Ronald 10,55,59,60,75,94,98,
McCurdy, Georgie 109
McQuay, Joyce 38,109
Meter, Mike 30,38,55,60,94,109
Miller, Dwaine 4,29,39,46,51,55,59,60,
Miller, Larry 30,109
Miller, Ralph 30,44,45,53,88,94,109
Miller, Terry? 6,26,56,63,64,9l,96,99,
Moore, Kathy 30,45,50,90,95,97,98,110
Mosley, Joyce 100,110
Moss, Danny 28,30,32,33,34,40,45,55,
Motley, Margie 110
Myers, Myrtice 110
Niemeyer, Alice 43,70,82,90,92,95,l10
Niemeyer, Larry 72,711,110
Nutter, Linda' 28,30,33,4l,49,50,52,
Ogden, Kathy 71,111
Ori, Sandra 50,56,97,111
Page, Steve 28,29,30,32,61,94,1ll
Parrish, Kim 53,59,60,6-l,74,94,96,111,
Piazza, Peggy 103,112
Rathburn, Terry 4,29,30,l12
Reading, Candy 30,45,46,53,90,92,99,
Reading, Jnmesi 43,115
Riley, Sharon 115
Rodgers, Derryl 4,28,29,-45,112
Rose, James 48,53,6l,66,76,B7,113,133
Rowland, Ron 30,34,39,50,53,75,91,
snells, Peggy 7,30,56,72,82,9O,113
Seherder, Janet 30,38,42,45,50,52,53,
Schindler, Louis 113
Shepherd, 1-lrnestine 72,73,74,l13
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Shinn, Floella 30,95,113
Smith, Marvin 30,42,45,53,60,88,94,
Smith, Mike 44,415,113
Stokes, Mark 30,38,64,7l,92,1l3
Straube, Annicelf 8,29,43,45,46,60,51,
Turpin, Cynthia 46,50,93,95,97,99,114
Welch, Jeanette 43,56,70,71,7Z,93,95,
Wendel, Priscilla 50,75,95,114
Wendel, Sandra 30,38,64,93,1l4
Wilhoit, Deborah 28,39,42,50,52,56,72,
Wilhoit, Mary Nell 42,50,52,53,75,91
Wilhoit, Phyllis l1,29,38,45,50,52,53,
Williamson, Karen 91,93,95,114
Willis, David 94,101,115
Woods, Melvin 35,53,9l,92,99,104,115
wright, Lana 15,53,83,90,115
Yahne, Charles Jr. 29,30,75,115
Young Barbara 115
Young, Wayne 29,51,73,94,1l5
Atkinson, Morman 20,21
Bankhead, Cleo 16,17,30,l38
Birkhead, Velma 9,20,30
Black, Marilyn 4,20,39,46,48,64,87,
Blessing, Virginia 18
Bucks, Jane 5,15,60,91
Burke, Anna 5,23
Devllbis, Arthur 6,11,22,23
Doyle, Pauline 7,16,31,
Duncan, Molly 19,30,60
Elmore, Walter 19
Fescher, Dorothy 18
Foutes, Charles 6,21
Kristofferson, Betty l6,31,48,40
Jensen, Ellen 14,l5,136
Kissinger, Dave 22,6l,B0,81,85
Mallory, B111 6,14,15,60,94
Motley, Katherine l6,l7,29,30,37,45,
Mudd, Margot 17
Stratmanu, Marvin 20,21,55,84
Wacker, Gary 22,4B,Bl,85
Williams, Harriet 21,41
Wilson, James 22,48,61,65,68,86,l76
Wiley, Joyce 14,15,30,48,90,172
Nienhueser, George 8,123,110,115
Smith, Murry 12,140
Kattelmann, Helen 6,111,118
Mr. Peabody 8,41
Mr. Craig 8,41
Mr. Copeuhaver 8
Mr. Jones 180
Mr. OlDonel 180
Mr. Calvert 180
Mr. Moore 180
Be avers 180
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