Eastern District High School - Eastern Senior Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)
- Class of 1955
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MR. JACK DAWSON
MR. JOHN W. TRAP P
MRS. MARGUERITE LOCKARD
Dean of Girls
MR. OLIVER I.. SHIELDS
Dean of Boys
MRS. CATHERINE CULVER MR'S. GLADYS STEADMAN
Office Clerk Office Clerk
MR. CHARLES M. BAIN
MR. ROY D. ADAMS MR. LEONARD H. MRS. ARMEALIA MR. DAVID N. ASPY
Social 5fl-'dies ANDERSON ARMSTRONG 5i0l09Y
A-8-I Morehead slale Core, American History Commerce A-B" Unlverslly of
College. B.S., Western Kentucky A.B., Bowling Green l-oulswlle
M-A-1 U"'Ve"5"Y of State College College ot Commerce
Kenluckt' M.A., Western Kentucky
MR. FRANK BLACK MISS ANITA B. BOSS MR. JOHN J. MRS. HELEN BROWN R
Core, English German, Mathematics Assistant Librarian E
B.A., University of Louisville B.A., University of Louisville lndusmal AHS A.B., Western Kentucky
B.S., Eastern State College Slcle College
M.A., Peabody College
MR. HAROLD R. BURKE MR. JAMES C. MR. H. CLAY BYRNSIDE MRS. RACHEL
physics, Mathematics BURNETT core, A'ne"ff'n Hfsfofy MONK CALDWELL
B.A., University of Louisville Corel Mafhemafics A-B-, GeOI'9el0Wr1 College Engfish
A.B., Eastern State College B.A., Mississippi Woman's
M.A., University of Kentucky College
MRS. VIRGINIA MR. HUGH B. CASSELL
CARRITHERS Core, English
Home Economics A.B., University of Kentucky
A.B., Western Kentucky
MRS. MARGARET S.
A.B., Morehead State
A.B., University of Louisville
Psychology of Home Living
A.B., Eastern State College
A.B., University of Kentucky
M.A., Duke University
A.B., University of Kentucky
MISS LULA DALTGN
A.B., Western Kentucky
M.A., Columbia University
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DANIEL DANIEL DAVENPORT DEAN
Soc. Psychology, Sociology Spanish Commerce Chemistry
A.B., Georgetown Univ. A.B., Univ. of Louisville B.S., Univ. of Kentucky B.S., Univ. of Kentucky,
M.A., Univ. of Kentu:ky Nazareth College
MR. H. A. DINNING MR. J. E. CAMBILL MR. LAWRENCE MR. ERVIN W. GISH
General Science Vocational Agriculture GAMBLE Commerce
B.S., Western Kentucky M.S., University of Kentucky Social Sfudies' B.S., University of Louisville
Stale College Auclio-Visual Aids
A.B., University of Kentucky
M.E., University of Louisville
A.B., Vassar College
M.A., University of Chicago
MR. BERNARD C.
Core, World History
A.B., University of Kentucky
M.A., University of Kentucky
B.S., Western Kentucky
M.A., University of Kentucky
MRS. MARY HAYNES
B.S., Union College
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W. HEIDEMAN History Social Studies
Shop, Auto Mechanics B.S., University of Louisville A.B., Kentucky Wesleyan
B.S., Stout Institute It College
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MR. CECIL KARRICK
Band, Music Theory
B.S., Eastern State College
M.A., University of Kentucky
MR. ALBERT W. KEMP
A.B., University ot Louisville . ., Univ ity of
M.S., Indiana University ' 'C
MR. RILEY LASSITER
B.S., Murray State College
MR. JAMES MR. CLIFFORD .I. MRS. MARIE
.l. MATTHEWS MAYER MCCLELLAN
Chemistry, Biology English English
A.B., University of Louisville
M.E., University of Louisville
B.S., Ohio State University
Core, Mathematics B, MELVIN
MRS. BETTY MCMULLIN
A.B., University of Kentucky English
A.B., University of Louisville
A.B., University of Kentucky
M.A., University of Louisville
B.S., Western Kentucky
MRS. ETTA MARCUM
A.B., Union College
Core, Latin, Geometry
A.B., Georgetown College
MR. ROBERT D. NEILL
A.B., University of Kentucky
M.A., University of Kentucky
MRS. NELLIE ORR MRS. RUTH T. PARDON MR. WILLIAM MISS SARA
English Mathematics K. PENNEBAKER MOSS PHILLIPS
B.S., Nazareth College B.S., University of Louisville Biology History, English
M-A-1 Indiana U"'lVe"5llY M-A-, Ul'llVef5lfY of l-0'-'lSVllle A.B., University of Kentucky A.B., M.A., University
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English REICHENBACH English, Journalism Woodworking,
A,B,, Miami University Corel English B.S., Western Kentucky Mechanical Drawin
ABU University of Kemucky State College A.B., Western Kentucky
M.A., Middlebury College State College
Northwestern University M.A., Western Kentucky
Physical Education, Health
M.S., Indiana University
A.B., University ot Louisville
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B.S., University of Kentucky
MRS- SARAH MRS. BE'l'l'Y MISS DOROTHY MR. I'IAL TAYLOR
W. STOUT DEEN STULL L, TAYLOR BIOLOGY: Health,
HONG ECONOMICS Dratmatics, Speech Health, Physical Education, PI"75'CUI Eduffmof'
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Mvsif B. WARREN S. WAUGH Librarian
B.M., University of Louisville Corel Mmhemmics Mcfhemmfcs A.B., University of Kentucky
M-A-I Columbia UDIVCVSIIY B.S., University of Louisville B.S., Nazareth College
MR. WILLIAM F. MISS EDITH WOOD MRS. FAITH
WILSQN Mathematics I'I. ZOLLNER
Orchenm A.B., Miami University French
B.M., College of Cincinnati M-A-f U"'lVe'5l'Y of KQUIUCIYY A.B., George Washington
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
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Seated: Alan Byers, President, Ned Beatty, Vice-President.
Standing: Jerry Colston, Sergeant-at-arms, Bonita Lillard, Secretary, Jim Bale,
Sergeant-at-Arms, Ben Fryrear, Treasurer.
SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS
First Row: Mr. Roy D. Adams, Mr. David N. Aspy, Mr. Harold R. Burke, Mrs.
Rachel Caldwell, Mrs. Brunette N. Coslow.
Second Row: Mr. C. Bruce Daniel, Mr. Albert W. Kemp, Miss Ruth Schimpeler,
Mrs. Betty Deen Stull, Miss Dorothy L. Taylor.
SHIRLEY LEE AGNEW
lr. Red Cross-9, 10, 11, 12, Pres, 117 Latin Club-9,
10, Student Council-9, Art Club-9, 10, 11, Pep
Club-10, Booster Club-11, 12, Library Staff-10,
Chorus-11, Good News Club-9, All State Chorus-
11, Safety Council-12.
"Hang sorrow! Care will kill a cat, and, there-
fore, let's be merry."-Wither
MARTHA LANIER ANDERSON
Latin Club-9, 10, ll, 12, Pres. 11, French Club-
11, 12, Rec. Sec.-12, Beta Club-11, 12, Sceince
Society-ll, 12, National Honor Society-11, 12, Sec.
12, Talon Staff, Literary Critic-12.
"Truthfulness is at the foundation of all personal
VlCKl KAY ARRINGTON
Thespians-ll, 12, Pres. 12, Spanish Club-9, 10, Art
Club-10, Camera Club-10, Good News Club-9,
10, 11, 12, Senior Play-12.
"The heart of a girl is a wonderful thing."-
LORREEN LOUISE ASPER
Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 12.
"As merry as the day is long."-Unknown
CAROL LEE AXTON
Eagle Staff-12, Girl's Chorus-10, Student Council-
9, Spanish Club-9, 10, French Club-11, Office Staff
"To see her is a picture."-Dickenson
MARY AGNES BAKER
Orchestra-9, Treas.-9, Jr. Red Cross-11, Student
Council-12, Business Education Club-11, 12, Vice
Pres.-12, Library Club-10, 11, 12, Pres.-11, 125
Youth Speaks-11, Good News Club-10, 11, 12, Beta
Club-11, 12, F.T.A.-11, 12, Safety Council-12, All
Stale Orchestra-9. x
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Of manners gentle, of affections mild."-Pope
JAMES SMALLEY BATE
Conservation Club-9, Class Officer, Sgt. at Arms-
1O 12, Football-9, 10, 11, 12, Track-11, 12, Baseball
E Club-11, 12, Spanish Club-9.
"How for that little candle throws a beam."-
ROBERT JOSEPH BAUGHMAN
Latin Club-9, 10, 11, 127 Science Society-11, 125
Class Officer, Vice Pres.-115 Football-10, 11, 125
Student Council-9, 115 Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 12.
"Few things are impossible to diligence and
NED THOMAS BEATTY
Student Council-127 Class Officer, Vice Pres.-9, 12,
Sgt. at Arms-11, Choir-9, 10, 125 Football-9, 10, 11,
"To be o well favored man is the gift of
JOSEPH CLARK BELL
"This is no time for me to mind niceties and
spelling of letters. I have other fish to fry."-
CAROL ZELEE BENTON
Spanish Club-9, 105 Photography Club-115 Art Club
-125 Business Education Club-11p F.T.A.-12.
"The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known."-
JAMES WILSON BLACK
Transferred from Warwick, Va. Good News Club-12.
"His worst he kept-his best he gave."-
MARVIE LOUISE BLOODWORTH
Transferred from Masonic High
"She doeth little kindnesses which most leave
BETTY JANE BOARDMAN
Spanish Club-97 Good News Club-9, 10, 117 Chorus
-105 Jr. Red Cross-10.
"And unextinguished laughter shakes the skies."
EDITH ANNETTE BOGLE
Good News Club-97 Spanish Club-9, 117 Art Club-
lly F.T.A.-11, 127 Business Education Club-12.
"Modesty and unselfishness-these are the
virtues which men prize."-Mouron
LOLA LEE BOHANNON
Beta Club-I1, 125 Business Education Club-11, 125
"Kindness is virtue itself."-Lomartine
KEITH DAVIS BOONE
Conservation Club-95 Annual Staff, Sports Ed.-125
Good News Club-10, 11, 125 Latin Club-10, 11, 125
Prom Committee-115 Ky. Jr. Academy of Science-11,
125 Science Society-11, 12.
"Perseverence is more prevailing than violence."
RONALD WAYNE BOORMAN
Choir-11, 125 Vice Pres.-125 Track-11, 125 Latin
Club-10, 11, 125 Student Council-115 Chorus-11,
125 All State Chorus-125 Conservation Club-95 Good
"Rascals are always sociable."-Schopenhauer
JACK A. BOOTES
Boy's Chorus-105 Mixed Chorus-105 Science Society-
105 Good News Club-115 Latin Club-9.
"Knowledge is more equilavent to force."-
JANE CAROLYN BOOTES
Transferred from Dayton, Ohio,
"A good smile is the sunshine of all."-Unknown
DONALD ERWIN BOYNTON
Transferred from Erie, Pa.
"Just being happy is brave work, and true."
BARLOW WARD BROOKS
Conservation Club-95 Choir-10, 125 Chorus-10, 125
Science Society-11, 125 Student Council-125 All State
Chorus-125 Senior Play-12.
"He is the very pine-apple of politeness."-
SARA ELIZABETH BROOKS
Spanish Club-9, 105 Beta Club-11, 125 F.T.A.-125
Good News Club-11, 125 Business Education Club-11.
"Through her expressive eyes, her soul distinctly
ADRON LAWRENCE BROWN
Transferred from Oldham County High.
"To be awake is to be alive."-Thoreau
STEVE DANIEL BROWN
"He was the mildest manner'd man."-Byron
HARRY THIEL BROWN
Football-9, 10, 11, 125 Track-11, 125 Spanish Club-
95 E Club-11, 125 Basketball-9, 105 Conservation Club
"Many a joke had he."-Goldsmith
WARREN NIAL BRYANT
"My heart is warm with the friends I make."-
HUBBARD TAYLOR BUCKNER
Transferred from Atherton, Science Society-11,
"Life is full of amusement to an amusing man."
JOHN LOUIS BUNTING
Football-11, 125 Basketball-11, 125 Baseball-11, 125
Track-11, 125 E Club-11, 12.
"Half hidden by a rough grey beard."-Chapman
DONNA JAYNE BUNTON
Latin Club-10, 11, 125 Spanish Club-11, 125 Good
News Club-10, 115 Thespian Society-10, 11, 125
Choir-125 Annual Staff, Co-publicity Manager-125
"Whose smiles all other maids' surpass."-
EDWARD ALAN BYERS
Student Council-9, 11, 125 Beta Club-11, 125 Latin
Club-9, 105 Basketball-10, 11, 125 Baseball-11, 125
Class Officer, Pres.-125 Conservation Club-95 Good
News Club-9, 105 Baseball-9, 10.
A'ln thy face I see the map of honour, truth,
HOWARD WILSON CABLE
French Club-9, 107 Latin Club-11, 125 Chorus-105
Beta Club-11, 125 Science Society-125 Good News
"He was a gentleman, l'll have you know."-
DOLORES ANN CAMPBELL
Good News Club-10, 11, 125 Choir-10, 11, 12, Robe
Chairman-125 Bowling Club-11, 12.
"Actions speuk louder than words."-Proverb
DAVID RAY CAPITO
Football-115 Conservation Club-95 Good News Club
"The world is a comedy to those that think."-
PATSY LEE CASE
Business Education Club-11, 125 Good News Club-
Io, 11, 125 Pep Club-10.
"A good name is better than great riches."-
DONALD COLEMAN CASEY
"Much have I seen and known."-Tennyson
VIRGINIA LEE CASWELL
National Honor Society-11, 125 Beta Club-11, 125
Thespian Society-10, 11, 125 Scribe-125 Latin Club-
9, 10, 11, 125 French Club-11, 127 F.T.A.-9, 11,
125 Student Council-11, 125 Usher at Graduation-
117 Library Club-95 Good News Club-9.
"lt is the privilege of genius that to it life
never grows common."-Lowell
BARBARA ANN CHAMBERLAIN
4-H Club-95 Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Bowling
"Whoever lives true life will love true love."-
GEORGE VICTOR CHEATHAM
, Conservation Club-95 Spanish Club-105 Chorus-11,
125 Student Council-115 Choir-12.
I "Blessed is the man, who having nothing to say
abstains from giving wordy evidence to the fact."
JESSE HOWARD CLARK
"l am very fond of the company of ladies."
NORMANDA JOYCE CLARK
Spanish Club-10, 115 Office Staff-11.
"A smile that glows ..., "-Milton
WILLIAM DONALD COFFEY
Orchestra-95 Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Beta
Club-115 Spanish Club-105 Chorus-11, 12.
"He was straight5 you could trust him."-
MARGARET ADAMS COLLIER
Beta Club-125 F.T.A.-125 Latin Club-9, 10, 115
Art Club-10, 11, 125 Visual Aids Staff--10, 11, 125
Student Council-9, 12.
"Magnificent spectacle of human happiness "-
BEVERLY MOSS COLLINS
Spanish Club-9, 105 Band-9, 10, 11, 125 Music Club
-10, 11, 125 All State Band-10, 11, 125 All State
Orchestra-10, 11, 125 Orchestra-9, 10, 11, 12.
"l live for those who love me."-Banks
FLETCHER EDWARD COLLINS
Transferred from K.M.I.
"Are you almost disgusted with life, little man?"
GERALD SCOTT COLSTON
Football-9, 10, 11, 12, Co-Captain-125 Basketball-
1O, 11, 125 Baseball-9, 10, 11, 125 Track-125 All
County Football-115 E Club-10, 11, 127 Good News
Club-9, 105 Spanish Club-9.
"Why should the devil have all the lun?"-Hill
BETTY JOYCE COLYER ,
Business Education Club-11, 125 Good News Club-12.
"She is a winsome and wee thing."-Burns
DORlS IRENE COLYER
Music Club-105 Pep Club-105 Chorus-105 Good News
Club-11, 125 Business Education Club-11, 12.
"She is a gallant creature, and complete in
mind and feature."-Shakespeare
JOANNE WINIFRED CORNETTE
Transferred from Breckinridge, Ky, Beta Club-11, 125
Thespian Society-11, 125 French Club-11, 125 Latin
Club-125 Science Society-11, 125 Good News Club-
11, 125 Chorus-11, Choir-125 Music Club-125 F.T.A.
-125 National Honor Society-12.
"Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her
CHARLES EDWARD CRABTREE
Transferred from Collierville High School.
"Let the world slide, let the world go by."-
DAVID EDWARD CROCKETT
Conservation Club-95 Chorus-10, 115 Engineers Club-
115 French Club-9, 10.
"And therefore, let's be merry."-Wither
DONALD THURMAN CULVER
Basketball Manager-9, 10, 11, 125 Baseball-9, 10,
11, 125 Good News Club-10, 125 Chorus-105 Spanish
Club-115 E Club-1O, 11, 125 Conservation Club-
"Eat, drink, and be merry."-New Testament
French Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Pres.-11, 125 Beta Club-
125 Science Society-125
"Be she fairer than the day, or the flowery
meade in May."-Wither
11, 125 Latin Club-10, 11,
BOBBY MAURICE DAVIS
Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 125 F.F.A.-9, 105 Con-
servation Club-9, 10.
"So of cheerfulness, or a good temper, the more
it is spent, the more of it remains."-Emerson
DONALD DOUGLAS DAVIS
J. V. Cheerleader-10, Latin Club-9, 105 Science Society
-11, 125 Beta Club-11, 125 Track Team-11, 12.
"You Can't judge a book by its cover."-Old
FRED LEN DECKMAN
F.F.A.-9, 10, 11, 12.
"Anything for a quiet life."-Middleton
FRANK ROY DE LUCA
Jr. Red Cross-11.
"Life is a jest, and all things show it."-Pape
PATRICIA JANE DERHEFER
Transferred from Cincinnati, Ohio
"A lovely lady, garmented in light."-Shelley
ROBERT WILLIAM DETWILER
Conservation' Club-9, Beta Club-11.
"High-erected thoughts seated in the heart of
MARGO ALLEN DIEMER
Orchestra-9, 10, 11, 12, Sec.-10, Pres.-117 Chorus
-12, Student Council-10, 127 Beta Club-11, 127
Music Club-10, 11, 12, Spanish Club-9, IO, Good
News Club-9, National Honor Society-11, 127 Mad-
rigal Group-127 All State Orchestra-9, 10, 11, 12.
"Music is the one thing o fthe world that I
BETTY JO DILLON
Business Education Club-11, 12, Pep Club-10, Latin
Club-9, 10, 117 Jr, Red Cross-12, Cheerleader-9,
107 Beta Club-II, 12, Student Council-9, 10, 11,
F.T.A.-10, 11, 12, Good News Club-9, 10, Sec.-9,
Safety Council-12, Usher at Graduation-11.
"The sweetest garland to the sweetest maid."-
ROBERT ALLEN DINNING
Band-10, 11, 12, Music Club-11, 12, World Affairs
"Now my task is smoothly done."-Unknown
MARTHA ANN DOERHOFER
Spanish Club-9, 10, 11, 127 Art Club-10, Good News
Club-11, 127 Office Staff-9.
"Good words are worth much, and cost little."
CATHERINE SUE DOLT
Spanish Club-10, 117 Art Club-10, 11, Student Coun-
cil-9, F.T.A.-11, 12, Business Education Club-125
Good News Club-9, 10, Pep Club-10.
"A little nonsense now and then is relished by
the wisest men."-Unknown
JAMES STEPHENSON DUNLAP, JR.
Allied Youth Club-11. lm
"None but himself can be his parallel."-
LAWRENCE RANDELL DURBIN
Transferred from Sunfish, Ky, Spanish Club-11, 12.
"Laugh and be well."-Hutcheson
HUGH NELSON DURHAM
Football-9, 10, 11, 12, Co-Captain-12, Basketball-
9, 10, 11, 12, All District Basketball-11, All Regional
Basketball-11, Baseball-9, 10, 115 Track-10, 11, 125
E Club-9, 10, 11, 12, Beta Club-11, 12, Spanish
Club-9, 10, Class Officer, Sgt. at Arms-107 Pep
"As happy a man as any in the world."-
EMlLY MARIE DURRETT
Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 12, Business Education
Club-11, 12, Beta Club-11, 12, Jr. Red Cross-
"A fair exterior is a silent recommendation."-
ANN MAYHEW EAGLES
Latin Club-10, 11, 127 French Club-11, 12, Vice
Pres.-127 National Honor Society-11, 127 Beta Club
-11, 12, Science Society-11, 12, Sec.-12, Student
Council-12, State Convention-12, Annual Staff, Ad-
vertising Manager-12g Prom Committee-11, Chorus-
10, Usher at Graduation-117 Thespian Society-10, 11,
"The ideal of courtesy, wit, grace, and charm."
WILMA LOUISE EDWARDS
Transferred from Nashville, Tenn.
"Youth is full of pleasure."-Unknown
RILEY EUGENE EMERY
I "I have not slept one wink."-Shakespeare
Chorus-9, 105 Conservation Club-9, Student Council-
ANN BARTLETT EMMART
Spanish Club-9, 10, ll, 127 Student Council-97
Jr, Red Cross-9, 107 Beta Club-11, 127 Annual Staff,
"Honest labour bears a lovely face."-Dekker
JAMES TARR ENGLE
"Then he will talk-good gods! how he will
FLORA GAY EVANS
Spanish Club-9, 107 Beta Club-11, 127 Chorus-
10, 117 Choir-107 Band-127 Pep Club-127 Music
"To err is human, to forgive is divine."-Pope
RICHARD ALVIN EWING
Basketball-10, 11, 127 Football-10, 11, 127 Baseball
-9, 10, I1, 127 Student Council-9, 127 All District
Basketball-117 All Regional Basketball-117 Good News
Club-97 Spanish Club-97 Chorus-IO, 115 E Club-
1O, 11, 12. Class officer-Sgt. at Arms, 11.
"He deviseths mischief continually."-Proverbs,
PHILIP CARDWELL FALK
Student Council--117 Choir-1O, 11, 127 Beta Club-
11, 127 Good News Club-10, 11, 12, Pres.-127 Spanish
Club-11, 127 Allied Youth Club-11, 127 All State
Chorus-11, 127 Boy's Chorus-10, 11, 127 Mixed
Chorus-10, 11, 127 Senior Play-12.
"He is a gentleman because his nature is kind
and affable to every creature."-Barnfield
MILTON CHARLES FEGER
Booster Club-127 Baseball-10, 11, 127 Good News
"A man of action."-Galsworthy
SUE WARD FIGHTMASTER '
Chorus-9, 1O, 117 Student Council-97 Visual Aids ,
Staff-127 F.T.A.-97 Music CIUb-115 Library Staff- -
97 Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 12.
"Fine art is that in which the hand, the head,
and the heart go together."-Ruskin
Visual Aids-11, 127 Business Education Club-127
Junior Red Cross-117 Beta Club-12.
"A sweet and virtuous soul."-Herbert
GAIL ANN FOLSOM
Transferred from Yardley, Pa. Spanish Club-10, 11,
12, French Club-12, Mixed Chorus-11, 12, Girl's
Chorus--ll, 12, Choir-11, 12, Sec-Treas.-12, Science
Society-11, 12, Madrigal Group-12, All State Chorus
"No spring or summer beauty hath such grace."
GORDON FORD, JR.
Visual Aids Staff-9, 10, 11, 12, Beta Club-11, 12,
National Honor Society-ll, 12, Office Staff-10, 11,
12, Student Council-10, Class Officer, Sec.-10, Science
Society-11, 12, Youth Speaks-10, French Club-12,
Jr. Red Cross-11, 12, Latin Club-9, 10, 11, 12.
"A mind equal to any undertaking that he puts
it along side of."-Dickens
BROOKS LYLE FOUNTAIN
Transferred from Atherton. Baseball-12, Senior Play-
"Manners-the final and perfect flower of
Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 12, Baseball-9, 10, 11,
12, Spanish Club-9, 10, E Club-11, 12, Visual Aids
Staff-9, 10, 11, 12.
"Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing
MARY JOAN FRANCONIA
Business Education Club-11, 12, Orchestra-9.
"Full many glorious mornings have I known-
BENNIE LEWIS FRYREAR
Spanish Club-9, Football, 9, 10, 11, 12, Co-Captain-
12, Student Council-11, Beta Club-11, 12, World
Affairs Institute-11, E Club-11, 12, Pep Club-11,
Science Society-12, Class Officer, Treas.-12.
"Give me the hand that is honest and hearty."
Transferred from Masonic High School
"God helps those who help themselves."-Sidney
Good News Club-11.
"Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue grows.'
GERALDINE ANNA GAMELTOFT
Jr. Red Cross-9, 125 Beta Club-11, 125 F.T.A.-115
Office Staff-125 Business Education Club-11, 12.
"l would be true, for there are those who trust
PAUL ALLEN GIBSON
Conservation Club-95 4-H Club-95 Good News Club-
9, 10, 11, 125 Thespian Society-10, 11, 125 Science
Society-125 Baseball-95 Spanish Club-9, 117 Eagle
Staff-11, 12, Sports Editor-11, 125 Chess Club-
11, 125 F.T.A.-11, 125 Good News Club Reporter-
115 Senior Play-12.
"There never was a saint with red hair."-Proverb
JACQUELINE ANN GILPIN
Good News 'Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Office Staff-125
Latin Club-9, 10, 11, 125 F.T.A,-9, 10, 11, 125 Art
Club-9, 10, 125 Student Council-9, 125 Pep Club-
1O5 Science Society-12.
"Virtue is the performance of pleasant actions."
SUE ANN GITTINGS
Good News Club-11, 125 Commercial Club-11, 12.
"Blushing is the colour of virtue."-Unknown
AMELIA LYNN GLOCKNER
Spanish Club-95 Good News Club-12.
"Know that the simple gift of being kind, is
greater than all wisdom of the wise."-Heywood
THELMA DOLORES GNAGIE
Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Spanish Club-95
"Everyone excels in something in which another
GEORGlA CORNELIA GOERNER
Orchestra-9, 10, 115 Beta Club-11, 125 Student Council
-125 F.T.A.-105 Chorus-125 Music Club-10, 11,
12, Sec.-115 Latin 'Club-125 Senior Play-125 Good
News Club-9, 105 State Music Festival-10, 11, 12.
"That which betits us is cheerfulness and
GERALD PHILIP GOETH
Band-9, 10, 11, 125 Drum Major-11, 125 Orchestra-
9, 105 Music Club-11, 12, Pres, 12.
"No task too steep for human wit."-Horace...,
WILLIAM FREDERICK GORBANDT
Pep Club-9, 10, 115 Band-9, 10, 11, 125 Football-
IO5 Jr. Red Cross-9, 10, 115 Music Club-10, 11, 12.
"Everyday should be passed as if it were the
MARY BALLANTINE GORMAN
Spanish Club-9, 105 Beta Club-11, 125 Science Society
-11, 125 National Honor Society-11, 125 Student
Council 12, Sec.-125 Youth Speaks-115 Usher at
Graduation-115 Senior Play, Student Director-125
Dramatics Club-115 Good News Club-9, 10.
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance."
CHARLES DAVID GRAVATTE
Transferred from Manual High School
"No one knows what he can do until he fries."
BILLIE JOYCE GREEN
Girl's Chorus-9, 105 Mixed Chorus-9, 107 Jr. Red
Cross-9, 105 F.T.A.-10, 'Ili Business Education Club
--11, 127 Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 12.
"Skill to do comes from doing."-Emerson
MARY ANN GROVES
Transferred from Norfolk, Va. Chorus-11, 125 F.T.A.
-125 Latin Club-12.
"The lady's quite bewitchin'."-Noble
Mixed Chorus-11, 125 Good News Club-9, 10, 11,
125 Band-9, 10, 11, 125 Football-105 Spanish Club
"lt matters not how long you live, but how well."
JOHN PHILIP HAAG
"What is the worth of anything but for the
happiness t'will bring?"-Cambridge
HAROLD ALBERT HAGEN
Transferred from Hopkins, Minn. Baseball-115 Student
"Remember this-that very little is needed to
make a happy life."-Aurelius
JAMES FREDERICK HALL
Choir-10, 11, 125 Chorus-10, 11, 125 Latin Club-95
Music Club-125 Science Society-12.
"So much is a man worth as he esteems
FRED RALPH HANSEN, JR.
German Club-95 Good News Club-11, 125 Football
--103 Photo Club--10, 125 Track-11.
"Do your duty, and leave the rest to
JAMES LEE HARLAN
Transferred from Dayton, Ohio. Good News Club-
10,11, 12gP11010 Club-1O,11,12.
"Let us work without disputing if it is only to
render life tolerable."-Voltaire
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"One does not knowffannot know, the best
that is in onle4"1Tliet1.jclgQ1
CARL NATHAN HATCH
Transferred from Indianapolis, Ind.
"His foe was folly and his weapon was wit."
BEVERLY ANN HATFIELD
Challenger Staff-115 Beta Club-11, 125 Good News
Club-9, 10, 11, 125 F.T.A.-10, 11, 125 Youth Speaks
-117 Eagle Staff-11, 12, News Editor-125 Latin
Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Office Staff-11, 12.
"Great is truth. Fire cannot burn, nor water
LOIS ELIZABETH HAWKER
Good News Club-105 Art Club-10, 11, 12, Pres.-115
Eagle Staff-11, 125 F.T.A.-12.
"When you have a mind to, laugh."-Unknown
BARBARA SUE HAYS
F.T.A.-9. 10, 11, 125 Orchestra-95 Jr. Red Cross-
l25 Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Beta Club-11,
125 Bowling Club-125 Business Education Club--11, 12,
Treas.-125 Allied Youth Club--11, 125 Spanish Club-
9, 10, 117 Usher at Graduation-115 Library Club-10.
"l must speak the truth, and nothing but the
HARRY DAVID HEIDEMAN
Visual Aids Staff-97 Band-10, 11, 127 Orchestra-117
Science Society-11, 127 Beta Club-11, 127 Music
"Talent is something, but tact is everything."-
PATRICIA JANE HENSON
Transferred from Clinton, lll. Good News Club-11,
127 F.T.A.-127 Business Education Club-11, 127 Beta
Club-11, 127 Spaniish Club-11, 125 Allied Youth
"Northing ever succeeds which exuberant spirits
have not helped to produce."-Nietzsche
HAROLD RICHARD HICKS
Chess Club-117 Band-9, 10, 11, 127 Latin Club-
1O7 Beta Club-11, 127 Jr. Red Cross-11.
"Genius is the capacity of evading hard work."
ALFRED JOHN HIEB
Visual Aids Staff-9, 10, 11, 127 Beta Club-11, 127
Jr. Red Cross-117 Science Society-11, 127 Good
News Club-9, 10, II, German Club-9, Treas.-9.
"He who laughs best today, will also laugh
LYMAN CONANT HITCHCOCK
"I am slow of speech."-Old Testament
DAVID NORWOOD HITZ
French Club-9, 10.
"Not by years, but by disposition is wisdom
JOHN HERMAN HOFFMAN
Transferred from Portland, Ore.
"My honor is dearer to me than my life."-
MARTHA JO ANN HOLLIE
German Club-97 Good News Club-9, 107 4-H Club
"A soft answer turneth away wrath."--Old
JAMES STANLEY HOLLOWAY
'iHe tried the luxury of doing good."-Crabbe
MICHAEL BOWNE HOOK
Spanish Club-9, 107 German Club-117 Chorus-117
Baseball-9, 10, 11, 127 Football-9, 10, 11, 127 E
"Bashfulness is an ornament to youth. . . "
Transferred from Ashland, Ky, Beta Club-11, 127
Latin CIUb-Ili Spanish Club-11, 127 Student Council
-117 Science Society-117 Band-11, 127 Good News
Club-11, 127 Jr, Red' Cross-11, 127 Sportsmanship
Committee-11, Hi-Y Club-11.
"His virtues were his arts."-Burke
REX TERRANCE HUFFAKER
Spanish Club-9, 10, 11, 127 Basketball-9, 10, 11,
127 E Club-11, 127 Pep Club-9, 107 Conservation
Club-9, 107 Track-12.
"Without music, life would be a mistake."
PATRICIA INEZ HUGHES
Spanish Club-9, 107 Good News Club-9, 127 Busi-
ness Education Club-11, 127 Allied Youth Club-11
"Can we ever have too much of a good thing."
LOUNETTE PAULINE HUMPHREY
Latin Club-9, 10, 11, 12, Sec-10, 117 Spanish Club-
11, 125 National Honor Society-11, 127 Beta Club-
11, 12, Sec.-127 Pep Club-10, 117 Cheerleader-
1O, 11, 127 Good News Club-107 Science Society-
11, 127 Eagle Staff-11, News Editor-117 Sportsman
ship Committee--11, 127 Student Council-97 Usher at
"Nothing great was ever achieved without
CHARLOTTE ANN HUND
Spanish Club-9, 107 GirI's Chorus-9, 10 and 117 Mixed
Chorus-10, 117 Choir-10, 117 Music Club-10, Sec.
-107 Student Council-127 Youth Speaks-117 Annual
Staff, Editor-127 Beta Club-11, 127 Business Education
"When love and skill work together, expect a
PAULA CLAUDINE HURST
Jr. Red Cross-97 Good News Club-11.
"Her ways are ways of pleasantness and her
paths are peace."-Old Testament
Spanish Club-9, 107 Choir-127 Good News Club-9,
107 Office Staff-127 Orchestra-9, 10, 11, 127 GirI's
Chorus-127 Music Club--10, 11, 127 Pep Club-10, 11.
"Perfect simplicity is unconsciously audacious."
STEPHEN DAVID ISAACS
Transferred from St. Louis, Mo. Student Council-11,
12, Pres.-127 Football-10, 11, 127 E Club-11, 127
Latin Club-117 French Club-10, 127 Basketball-107
Sportsmanship Association-11, 12, Pres.-127 Science
Society-11, 127 Beta Club-11, 127 Art Club-107 Prom
"The force of his own merit makes his way."
CAROL BRUCE JEAN
Good News Club-9, 107 Beta Club-11, 127 Student
Council-117 Latin Club-9, 10, 11, 127 F.T.A.-10,
11, 127 Jr. Red Cross-11, 12, Vice Pres.-127 Business
Education Club-11, 12, Hist.-127 GirI's Chorus-127
Office Staff-11, 12.
"All succeeds with people who are sweet and
BETTY LEE JENKINS
Student Council-9, 10, 11, 127 F.T.A.-10, 11, 127
Cheerleader-127 Good News Club-9, 10, 117 Pep
Club-9, IO, 117 Business Education CIUbT12i Youth
Government-107 Jr, Red Cross-127 Sportsmanship
"What a spendthrift she is of her tongue!"-
BETTY FAYE JOHNSON
Transferred from Manual. GirI's Chorus-117 Good
"She was as good as she was fair."-Rodgers
ROBERT ALAN JOHNSON
Football-10, 117 Eagle Staff-127 Good News Club-
10, 11, 12.
"He has achieved success, who has lived well,
laughed often, and loved much."-Stanley
NELSON TIFT JOYNER, JR.
National Honor Society-11, 127 Beta Club-11, 12,
Pres.-127 Student Council-11, 12, Treas.-127 E Club
-10, 11, 127 Safety Council-127 Harvard Book Award
-117 Prom Committee, Chairman-117 Usher at Gradu-
ation-117 Thespian Society-10, 11, 127 Treas.-117
German Club-11, 12, Vice Pres.-117 Latin Club-10,
11, 127 Science Society-117 Tennis Team-10, 11, 12.
"The talent of success is nothing more than
doing what you can do well, without a thought
RALPH JAMES JUDD
Football-10, 11, 127 Track-11, 127 E Club-11, 127
F.F,A.-97 Conservation Club-9, 10.
"You patched up your excuses."-Shakespeare
PHIL EDWARD KAELIN
"I can resist everything except temptation,"-
PEGGY DALE KAREM
F.T.A.-9, 10, 11, 125 Jr. Red Cross-10, 125 Chorus-
1O5 Art Club-125 Eagle Staff-11, 125 Prom Committee
"She is pretty to walk with, and witty to talk
LIDA LEE KEMP
Chorus-11, 125 Choir-125 Visual Aids Staff-115
Latin Club-95 Spanish Club-10, 11, 125 Music Club-
"Who mix'd reason with pleasure, and wisdom
KATHERINE KOEHLER KERN
Eagle Staff-11, 12, Activities Editor-125 Latin Club-
IO, 11, 125 Beta Club-11, 125 Good News Club-9,
105 Thespian Society-11, 125 Usher at Graduation-
115 Science Society-11, 125 Jr. Red Cross-10, 115
"Tis virtue makes the bliss where ever we dwell."
MARIETTA JO KING
Student Council-9, 105 Jr. Red Cross-9, 105 Spanish
Club-9, 115 Chorus-95 Pep Club-10, 11, 125 F.T.A.
-IO, 11, 125 Office Staff-11,12.
"Laughter is the chorus of conversation."-
Student Council-125 French Club-9, 105 Eagle Staff-
10, 115 Jr. Red Cross-115 Office Staff-95 F.T.A.-
IO, 11, 12, Treas.-11, Pres.-12.
"Words cannot express her infinite sweetness
LETITIA ANN KNOELLER
Good News Club-9, 105 Spanish Club-9, 105 Photog- A
raphy Club-10, 11, 125 Art Club-125 Class Officer, 'K
Sgt. at Arms-IO5 Eagle Staff Photographer-125 An-
nual Staff Photographer-125 Jr. Red Cross-12. 'l
"Where true fortitude dwells, loyalty, bounty, -
friendship, and fidelity may be found."-Browne
CAROL FRANCES KOENIG fe
"Carol" to F
Spanish Club-95 Good News Club-10, 115 GirI's X'
Chorus-105 Mixed Chorus-11. ,y ,N
"How graceful and fair she is."-Unknown xg
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LOIS EVELYN KREAMER
Spanish Club-9, 105 Business Education Club-11, 12.
"A friend is a person with whom I may be
GERALD SANDERS LAM
Chorus-10, 11, 125 Spanish Club-10.
"Truth is the highest thing that mon can keep."
EITHA ELLEN LANDIS
Spanish Club-9, 105 Chorus-105 Pep Club-105
Photography Club-10, Sec.-105 Beta Club-11, 125
Art Club-115 Good News Club-11, 125 Thespian
Society-125 Booster Club-12.
"There is nothing half so sweet in life as love's
VIVIAN MAE LANDS
Jr. Red Cross-9, 105 Girl's Chorus-105 Mixed Chorus
-105 Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Business Edu-
cation Club-11, 12,,
"Be valiant, but not too venturous."-Lyly
RICHARD HARTSHORN LANGAN
Spanish Club-11, 127 Football-95 Chorus-105 Student
Council-125 Pep Club-9.
"Nothing is o waste of time if you use the
experience wisely."-Rodin ,
BONITA FAYE LILLARD
Spanish Club-9, 10, 11, Treos.-105 Beta Club-11,
125 Science Society-125 Girl's Chorus-10, 115 Mixed
Chorus-115 Cheerleader-9, 10, 11, 12, Captain-
10, 125 Usher at Graduation-115 Good News Club-
9, 105 Pep Club-9, 105 Class Officer, Sec.-125 Mad-
rigal Group-125 Prom Committee-11.
"The sweetest garland to the sweetest maid."-
JAMES WILLIAM LINDENMEYER
Transferred from Long Hill, Conn. Football-11, 125
Track-11, 125 French Club-11, 125 Science Society
-11, 125 Beta Club-12.
"Success makes success, as money makes money."
ROBERT HARDIN LITTRELL
4-H Club-9, 105 Bond-9, 10, 11, 125 Conservation
Orchestra-105 Pep Club-95 Music Club-10, 11.
"All men think all men mortal but themselves."
Club-95 F.F.A.-9, 10, 11, 125 Student Council-115
GEORGE HUNTER LOGAN
Student Council-9, 10, 11, 12, Vice Pres.-127 Beta
Club-11, 127 Conservation ClUb+9j Latin Club-10,
11, 127 Football Manager-9, 107 Golf Team-10, 11,
127 Safety Council-127 Group Leader-127 Pep Club-
1O7 National Honor Society-12.
"He was a scholar, and a ripe and good one."
JOHN C. LONG Ill
F.F.A.-9, 10, 117 4-H Club-9, 107 Conservation Club
-9, 107 Jr. Red Cross-10, 127 Student Council-107
Science Society-127 Pep CiUb'9j Eagle Staff-11.
"Ay, every inch a king."-Shakespeare
ROBERT ALBERT MACKAY
"Gentleman is writtgn legibly on his brow."-
"Patient endurance is godlikef'-Longfellow
ARTHUR THOMAS MARKSBURY
Good News Club-9, 117 Football-9, 107 Conservation
Club-97 Spanish Club-9, 10.
"I have laid aside business and gone fishing."
BEVERLY ANNE MARMION
Latin Club-11, 12.
"Modesty is not only an ornament, but also
a guard to virtue."-Addison
JUDITH ANN MARTIN
German ClUb-95 Spanish Club-10, 117 French Club
-127 Good News Club-9, 10, 117 Jr. Red Cross-
"A rose is sweeter in the bud than in full
MARlLYN ANNE MARTIN
Science Society-117 Beta Club-11, 125 Girl's Chorus
-11, 127 Mixed Chorus-11, 127 Choir-127 Spanish
Club-9, 107 Good News Club-9, 10.
"O, thou art fairer than the evening air clad
in the beauty of a thousand stars."--Marlowe
JAMES ROBERT MATHUS
"l've taken my fun where l've found it."-Kipling
LOIS ANN MAYER
Spanish Club-9, 107 French Club-11, 127 Art Club-
1O, 11, 127 Science Society-11, 127 Student Council-9.
"Those eyes, affectionate and glad, which seemed
to love whatever they looked upon."-Campbell
KAY DRACKETT MCCURDY
National Honor Society-11, 12, Vice Pres.-127 Beta
Club-11, 127 Science Society-11, 127 Eagle Staff-
11, 12, Editor-127 Quill and Scroll-107 Spanish Club
-11, 127 Latin Club-9, 10, 11, 12, Vice Pres.-10,
Sgt. at Arms-117 Jr. Red Cross-9, 107 Student Council
-107 Youth Speaks-117 Usher at Graduation.
"Journalism will kill you, but it will keep you
alive while you're at it."-Greeley
HERBERT KENT MCMATH
Beta Club-11, 12, Vice Pres,-127 Science Society-
11, 127 Student Council-9, 127 E Book Editor-127
Engineer's Club-107 Annual Staff, Business Manager-
127 Usher at Graduation-117 Latin Club-9, 10, 11, 127
German Club-11, 12, Vice Pres.-127 National Honor
Society-11, 12, Pres.-127 Youth Speaks-10, 127 Safety
"To good and evil equal bent, he's both a devil
and a saint,"-Kollack
MARY MARGARET MEZERA
Transferred from Phoenix, Ariz. Spanish Club-10, 11,
127 Girl's Chorus-107 Mixed Chorus-107 Choir-107
Beta Club-11, 127 Thespian Society-11, 127 National
Honor Society-11, 127 F.T.A.-10, 117 French Club-
127 Senior Play-127 Bowling Club-117 Music Club
-107 Annual Staff, Subscription Manager-127 Safety
Council-127 Booster Club-107 Visual Aids Staff-11,
127 Good News Club-10, 117 Pep Club-10, 11, 127
Science Society-117 Usher at Graduation-117 State
"The opportunity to do mischief is found a
hundred times a day."-Voltaire
CHARLES DOUGLAS MILLER
Good News Club-10, 11, 12, Pres.-10, 117 Baseball
, 127 Spanish Club-10
11, 127 Mixed Chorus-10, 11
7 All State Chorus-11, 127 Thes-
pian Society-11, 12, Treas.-12.
"He hath a daily beauty in his life,"
-Qi Tennis Team-9, 10, 11
117 Boy's Chorus-10,
127 Choir-10, 11, 12
JO ANN MILLER
Transferred from Chicago, Ill.
"They're only truly great who are truly goodf
STRATTON JETT MILLER
Baseball-9, 10, 11, 127 Football-107 E Club-11, 12.
"Fair words never hurt the tangue."-Chapman
DANIEL JOSEPH MILLOTT
Class Officer, Pres.-11, Science Society-11, 12, Vice
Pres.-12, Beta Club-11, 12, Eagle Staff-11, 12, Editor
-12, Football-11, 12, Boy's State-11, Spanish Club
"A genius is a man who does unique things
of which nobody would expect him to be capable."
ALICE LOUISE MOFFETT
Good News Club-11, 12, French Club-11, 12.
"Nothing is so popular as kindness,"-Cicero
JOHN MCKIERNAN MONOHAN
"l am not in the roll of common men."-
THOMAS SHAHAN MONOHAN
Orchestra-9, 10, 11, 12, Band-9, 10, 12, All State
Orchestra-9, 10, 11, 12, All State Band-10, Music
"Music is the universal language of mankind."-
CURTIS STEVENS MOORE
Transferred from Country Day. Youth Speaks-12.
"To know when one's self is interested, is the
first condition of interesting other people."-Pater
PATRICIA MAE MOORE
Good News Club-9, IO, Pep Club-10, French Club
-9, 10, 11, 12, Jr. Red Cross-9, 10, Thespian Society
-11, 12, County Government-10, Bowling Club-11,
Safety Council-12, Recorder-12, F.T.A.-10, 11, 12,
Class Officer, Sec.-11, Student Council-11, Office
Staff-9, 11, 12, Business Education Club-11, 12,
"The magic of the tongue is the most dangerous
of all spells."-Lytton
BILLY RAY MORGAN
"His cares are now all ended."-Shakespeare
JAMES CULVIN MORRIS Ill
Beta Club-11, 12, National Honor Society-11, 12,
Science Society-11, 12, Pres.-12, German Club-11,
12, Pres.-11, Latin Club-9, 10, 11, Jr, Classical
League-9, 10, Sgt, at Arms-10, Orchestra-9, Photo
"Some are born great."-Shakespeare
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KATHERINE LOUELLA MORRIS
Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 12.
"A peace above all earthly dignities, a still
and quiet conscience."-Unknown
ROBERT FOREST MOTLEY, JR.
Spanish Club-95 Jr. Red Cross-9, 105 Conservation
"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and
JULIAN CLAY MURPHEY
Latin Club-9, 105 Beta Club-11, 125 Choir-10, 11,
125 Tennis Team-95 Science Society-11, 125 Conserva-
tion Club-9, 105 Basketball-105 Engineer's Club-105
Chorus-IO. 11, 125 Good News Club-125 Music
Club-125 Student Council-105 All State Chorus-11,
125 Madrigal Group-125 Scholastic Achievement Award
-105 Safety Council-12.
"Men of fine words are the best of men,"-
KEITH ELWOOD NALL
Latin Club-95 Spanish Club-10.
"A man's worth is estimated in this world
according to his conduct."-La Bruyere
JOSEPH DANIEL NEUBAUER
Latin Club-95 Student Council-10, 11, 125 Beta Club
-11, 125 National Honor Society-11, 125 Class Officer,
Pres.-9, Vice Pres.-105 Football-9, 10, 11, 125 E
Club-11, 125 Sportsmanship Committee-11, 125 Pep
Club-10, 115 Visual Aids Staff-10, 115 Eagle Staff-
11, 125 Prom Committee--115 Science Society-11, 12.
"The mildest manners with the bravest mind."
JAMES GARRETT NOONAN
Student Council-11, 125 Track-11, 125 Swimming
"Manners easily and rapidly mature into morals."
NANCY ANN NORRIS
Latin Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Spanish Club--11, 12,
Treas.-125 Science Society-11, 125 Beta Club-11,
125 Student Council-125 Eagle Staff-11, 12, Feature
Editor-115 Usher at Graduation-11.
"Wit to persuade and beauty to delight."-
GILBERT HALE NUTT
Latin Club-95 Pep Club-95 Jr. Red Cross-95 Spanish
Club-10, 115 Conservation Club-10.
"A fresh, a free, a friendly man."-Gower
ALBERT CHARLES OCHSNER
Band-9, 10, 11, 125 Music Club-11, 125 Baseball-
"Man must be prepared for every event of life,
for there is nothing that is durable."-Meander
LORETTA JOSEPHINE OECHSLIN
"Who makes quick use of the moment is a
genius of prudence."-Lavater
PEGGY JEAN OWENS
Good News Club-11, 125 Business Education Club-
11, 125 Jr. Red Cross-11.
"Let gentle Peace assert her power, and kind
Affection rule the hour."-Unknown
ANITA LOUISE PAYNE
Transferred from Richmond, Ky. Art Club-11, 125 Eagle
Staff-11, 125 Beta Club-125 F.T.A.-125 Good News
"My heart is as true as steel."-Shakespeare
CAROL FAY PAYNE
Red Cross-9, 125 Good News Club-9,105 Office Staff
-125 Business Education Club-11, 125 Library Staff-
9, 105 F.T.A.-125 Booster Club-12.
"We must always have old memories and young
NANINE ADELE PEAK
Good News Club-9, 10, 115 Jr. Red' Cross-10, 115
Choir-115 Bowling Club-115 Spanish Club-95 Senior
"Thus was beauty sent from heaven , , "-
BETTY JANE PELESKE
French Club-9, 10, 117 Chorus-9, 10, 125 Library-10.
"O world, be nobler, for herlsake!"-Binyon
CAYWOOD EDWARD PENNINGTON
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F.F.A.-10, 11. Gy
"To live long, it is necessary to live slowly."-
ALBERT MELL PETERSON
"Let me die to the sound of delicious music."
WILLIAM HUGH PIPER
Latin'Club-9, 105 Good News Club-9, 10.
"Hegliyes long that lives well."-Fuller
PATRICIA LYNN POOLE
Transferred from Providence, lnd.
"Modesty is the conscience of the body."-
GENE MONROE POPE
Band-9, 10, 115 Orchestra-9, 105 Jr. Red Cross-9,
105 Basketball-9, 105 Science Society-11, 125 Beta
Club-11, 125 Student Council-125 Jr. Classical League
-115 Music -'Club-10 5Jr, Academy of Science-115
Engineer's Club-105 Pep Club-105 Latin Club-11, 12.
"Sleep is the best cure for waking troubles.
THELMA LOIS POULTER
Beta Club-11, 125 Business Education Club-11, 12.
"Fine manners are the mantle of fair minds."-
MARY JOYCE PROFFITT
Spanish Club-9, 105 French Club-11, 125 Chorus-
9, 105 Jr. Red Cross-125 F.T.A.-125 Good News Club
"My way must be straight out, true with the
" DARRELL BOUL PULLIAM
Student Council-95 Basketball-9, 10, 11, 125 Golf-11,
5 Spanish Club
5 Pep Club-9.
125 E Club-11, 125 Science Society-12
-9, 10, 11, 125 Good News Club-12
"lt's good to be merry and wise."-Unknown
CLAY KENNY RAGEN
F.F.A.-95 Conservation Club-9, 10, 12.
1"All will be well for us all,"-Eleat
HILARY SMITH RAWERT
"Noisome he was, alvd gamesome as a boy."-
MARILYN ANN REEDER
Spanish Club-9, 105 Jr. Red Cross-105 F.T.A.-11,
125 Student Council-125 Business Education Club-11,
125 Good News Club-9, 10, 11.
"I am wealthy in my friends."-Shakespeare
CAROL JEAN REGENAUER
Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Chorus-125 Library
"Carrier of love and sympathy."-Eleat
FLORA DEE RENFROW
F.T.A.-95 Spanish Club-9, 10, 11, 125 French Club
-11, 125 Good News Club-11, 125 Beta Club-11,
125 Annual Staff-12.
"I have tried hard to do the right."-Dallas
EDWIN ALFRED REVELL
Band-9, 10, 11, 125 German Club-95 Baseball-9.
"Dreamer of dreams."-Norris
GEORGIA ANN RIXMAN
Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Jr, Red Cross-9, 10,
II5 Dramatics Club-115 Student Council-95 Pep Club
"I feel like c morning star."-Bishop
PATRICIA BROWNLEE ROACHE
F,T.A.-9, 10, 11, 12, Vice Pres.-125 Thespian Society
-11, 12, Art Club-9, lo, 11, Jr, Red Cross-105
Latin Club-9, 10.
"To me, fair friend, you can never be old."--
DIXIE CAROL ROBINSON
Library Staff-9, 125 Art Club-95 Business Education
Club-11, 125 Good News Club-11, 125 Chorus-12.
"A sweeter person never drew breath."-Inglass
DAVID ALLEN RODAHAFFER
Choir-10, 11, 125 Student Council-11, Science Society
-117 Beta Club-117 All State Chorus-IO, 12, Chorus
-10, 11, 12.
"His heart was one of those which most enamour
NORMA LEE ROSENBAUM
Good News Club-11, 12, Chorus-115 Spanish Club-
11, 127 Library Staff-9, 10, 11.
"ls it not true that love will do no wrong?"-
DOLORES ANN ROSTETTER
Spanish Club-9, 10, 11, 127 Jr. Red Cross-11, Good
News Club-11, 12.
"Silence more musical than song."-Rossetti
PATRICIA SUE ROYALL
Transferred from Tucson, Ariz, F.T.A.-12, Good News
Club-12, Beta Club-12, Senior Play-12.
"Loyalty is the holiest good in the human heart."
ANNE ELLEN RUSSELL
Spanish Club-9, 10, French Club-II, 12, F.T.A.-10,
11, 12, Good News Club-11, 12, Student Council-
9, 125 Chorus-10, Jr. Red Cross-97 Library Staff-9.
"The great end of life is not knowledge but
LILLIAN FAYE SANDLIN
Good News Club-IO, 117 Chorus-11, Jr. Red Cross-
"Neatness is a crowning grace of womanhoodf'
MARGARET ANN SCHICKLI
Latin Club-11, 12, Science Society-11, 12.
"Opportunity, sooner or later, comes to all peo-
ple who work and wish."-Stanley
DON VERNON SHAHIN
Photography Club-10, Spanish Club-10, 11, 12.
"Friendly . . . in good humor every day of the
of if ,diff
Transferred from Masonic High School. Basketball-12.
"A wise man will make more opportunities than
FRANCES SUE SHEPHERD
Transferred from Masonic High School.
"A good conscience is paradise."-Arminius
JOYCE ANITA SIMMONS
Orchestra-95 All State Orchestra-95 Girl's Chorus-
IO5 State Music Festival-105 Mixed Chorus-105 Beta
Club-11, 125 Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Latin
Club-9, 10, r11, 125 F.T.A.-9, 10, 11, 125 Student
Council-115 Pep,"CIub-105 Science Society-125 Usher
atf2MGr41dhuatioi3+F115 Youth Speaks-105 Annual Staff,
,'Assh,I,Edlto1p4125 National Honor Society-12.
OQAU- nlVL7i'For those who love, the world is wide. . . "-
,ff ,f f Aldrich
I, I I
ff, . I
" ANITA DELORE5 SIMPSON
5.1 5 ,
Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Student Council-9,
V,,D V105 Jr. Red Cross-9, 10, 125 Spanish Club-95 Chorus
ofu U n'lff7.1O5 Business Education Club-11, 12.
JL ,uf-' "Patience is the key of content."-Mahamet
A ly XJ' '
DOROTHY NELL SISCO
Good News Club-11, 125 Latin Club-11, 125 Chorus
-11, 125 Music Club-11, 12.
"Patience is nobler motion than any deed."-
CYNTHIA ANNE SLOANE
"To know how to wait is the great secret of
KATHLEEN PALMER SLOCUM
Spanish Club-95 Good News Club-95 Chorus-95 F.T.A.
-115 Dramatics Club-115 Art Club-12.
"Coolness and absence af heat and haste in-
dicate fine qualities."-Emerson
VERNON BENSON SMALL, JR.
Transferred from Owen County High School5 Science
Society-125 Band-115 Music Club-115 Beta Club-
ll, 125 Pep Club-115 Latin Club-125 F.T.A.-12.
"He that can have patience can have what he
CAROL ANN SMITH
F.T.A.-10, 11, 12, Sec.-125 Annual Staff, Subscription
Manager-125 Good News Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Jr. Red
Cross-115 Business Education Club-11.
"Lo, this is she that is the world's delight."-
JAMES KINNE SMITH
"Behavior is a mirror in which everyone shows
JERRY LYNN SMITH
"A constant friend is a thing that is rare and
hard to find."-Plutarch
FREDERICK JOHN SMYTHE
Latin Club-9, 105 French Club-11, 125 Conservation
Club-9, 105 Boy's State-115 Safety Council-125
Student Council-125 Pep Club-105 Science Society-
"Let them call it mischief5 when it is past and
prospered, t'will be virtue."-Jonson
LINDA ELAINE SPARKS
Spanish Club-11, 125 Latin Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Jr.
Red Cross-9, 10, 11, 12, Pres.-125 Beta Club-11,
127 Science Society-11, 125 F.T.A.-9, 10, 115 Student
Council-125 Prom Committee-115 Usher at Graduation
-115 Good News Club-9, 105 Scholastic Achievement
"Skill and confidence are an unconquered army."
ROBERT THOMAS SPROUL
Spanish Club-95 Conservation Club-9, 105 Golf-9,
10, 125 Chorus-105 Hi-Y Club-115 Chess Club-115
"Once a gentleman and always a gentleman."-
Baseball Manager-9, 105 Good News Club-9, 10, 11,
125 4-H Club-95 Spanish Club--115 Chorus-10.
"His heart was great as the world."-Emerson
LINDA LEE STALLINGS
State Music Festival-9, 105 Spanish Club-9, 105 Latin
Club-125 F.T.A.-9, 10, 11, 125 Science Society-125
Good News Club-10, 11, 125 Annual Staff-125 Student
Council-115 Girl's Chorus-9, 105 Beta Club-11, 125
Usher at Graduation-115 Pep Club-105 Music Club-
105 Mixed Chorus-9, 10.
"A loving heart is the beginning of all know-
JAMES HENRY STICHWEH
Radio Club-9, 10, Science Society-12, Beta Club-127
"He profits most who serves best."-Sheldon
BILLYE HAGAN STILES
French Club-10, 11, Good News Club-10, 115 Jr.
"Hope and be happy that all's for the best."
KARL DAVID STRAUB
Conservation Club-9, Science Society-11, 12, Treas.-
12, Beta Club-11, 12, National Honor Society-11,
12, Spanish Club-9, 10, 11, Pres.-11.
"Principle is ever my motto, not expediency."-
WILLIAM HALL STRODE
Art Club-9, 10, 11, Conservation Club--9, 10, Photog-
"What should a man do but be merry?"-
WILLIAM GARY TABB
Football-9, 10, 11, 12, Basketball-9, 107 E Club-11,
12, Spanish Club-9, 105 Track-105 Good News Club
"His movements were graceful, all the girls he
KERSHAW JACK TARR
French Club-9, 10, Spanish Club-11, 12, Treas.--115
Class Officer, Treas.-11, E Club-11, 12, Eagle Staff
-11, 12, Business Manager-11, Editor--12, Beta Club
-11, 12, Treas.-12, Youth Speaks-10, 117 Prom
Committee-11, Thespian Society-11, 12, Tennis Team
-9, 10, 11, 12, State Doubles Champ-9, 10, 11,
Regional Doubles Champs-10, 11, Senior Play-12.
"The reward of a thing well done, is to have
CHESTER DOVE TEMPLE
Basketball-9, 10, 11, 12, Baseball-9, 10, 12, Spanish
Club-9, 10, 11, Good News Club-11, Science So-
ciety-12, E Club-11, 12, Pep Club-10, Conservation
"He pleased you by not studying to please."
R. GILBERT THOMPSON
French Club-11, 127 Science Society-11, 12, Jr. Red
Cross-9, IO, ll, 12.
"The genuine boy may, I think, be set down
as the noblist work of God."-Finch
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CHARLES DEWITT TOTTEN
F,F.A.-9, 10, 125 Conservation Club-9, 105 Photoge
raphy Club-105 Good News Club-10, 11, 125 Allied
Youth Club-115 Football-9, 10.
"There is a time of speaking and a time of
DON RAY TOWLES
"Let early education be a sort of amusement:
you will then be better able to find out the natural
JOAN ELIZABETH TRIGG
Spanish Club-9, 10, 11, 12, Sec.-115 Cheerleader-
9, 10, 11, 125 Pep club-9, 105 chorus-11, Mixed
Chorus-115 Beta Club-11, 125 Good News Club-
1O, 115 Student Council-125 Science Society-125
Sportsmanship Committee--115 Madrigal Group-12.
"You will never grow old if your heart is young."
ELLEN VAN ARSDALE
Tranferred from Atherton. French Club-11, 125 Good
News Club-125 Senior Play-12.
"Let us stamp the impression of eternity upon
EDNA ALLENE WADE
Chorus-9, 10, 11, 125 Hockey-9, 10.
"I am wealthy in my friends."-Shakespeare
DAVID LEROY WAGNER
"Great were his talents."-Unknown
NORMA LOUISE WALDEN
Good News Club-11, 125 Business Education Club-
"Gentle in manners-strong in performance."-
LUCRETIA GALE WARREN
Library Staff-95 Latin Club-9, 10, 11, 125 Spanish
Club--11, 125 Good News Club-11, 125 Annual Staff,
Publicity Manager-125 Student Council-125 Art Club
-125 Beta Club-12.
"She learned to say things with her eyes that
others waste time putting into words."-Ford
PATRICIA ANN WATTS
Spanish Club-97 Library Staff-97 Chorus-97 Choir-
1O, 11, 127 Good News Club-10, 11, 127 F.T.A.-97
"Goodness is a special kind of truth and beauty."
CHARLOTTE BRIDGES WEBB
Spanish Club-IO, 117 Art Club-IO, 117 F.T.A.-11,
127 Good News Club-127 Business Education Club-
"T'was her thinking of others made you think
WALTER LOUIS WERNERT
Student Council-9, 11.
"lt didn't cost nothing to be a gentleman."-
BETTY JEAN WHEELER
Art Club-10, 117 Good News Club-11, 127 Photog-
raphy Club-IO, Treas.-10.
"Her voice was ever soft, and gentle, and low,
an excellent thing in a woman."-Shakespeare
JOHN DELBERT WIEGAND
E Club-11, 127 Football-10, 11, 127 Track-11, 127
Student Council-117 Conservation Club-9.
"A friend may be called the
FRANK N. WILDER
Photography CIUb-95 Science Society-11, 12.
"Slow and steady wins the race."-Unknown
JOAN LEE WILLIAMS
Student Council-9, 10, 11, I27 Latin Club-9, 10, 11,
127 Good News Club-9, 10, II: Thespian Society-
1O, 11, 12, Scribe-11, Sec.-127 Beta Club-11, 127
Youth Speaks-IO, 11, 12, Student Board of Directors
12, Sec.-127 National Honor Society-11, 127
Usher at Graduation-117 Annual Staff, Literary Critic
Safety Council-127 State Music Festival-107
"The surest way not to fail is to determine to
BONNIE JEAN WILSON
Beta Club-11, 127 Visual Aids Staff-9, 10, 11, 127
GirI's Chorus-107 Jr .Red Cross-117 Business Educa-
tion Club-127 Usher at Graduation-II.
"Health and cheerfulness mutually agree."-
JOHN BARTH WILSON
Bond-9, 10, 11, 12, Sgt. at Arms-11, 125 All State
Band-11, 12, Music Club-10, 11, 12.
"Cheerfulness, sir, is the principal ingredient in
the composition of heolth."-Emerson
LAWRENCE EDWARD WILSON
E Club-10, 11, 12, Football-11, Baseball-10, I1,
12, Jr, Red Cross-117 Basketball-10, Eagle Staff-
12, Track-12. Senior Play-12.
"Good humor may be said to be one of the
very best articles of dress one can wear in society."
ANNE CAMILLA WIMBISH
Latin Club-11, 12, Science Society-11, 125 Jr. Red
Cross-125 Spanish Club-12, National Honor Society-
"A cheerful temper joined with innocence."-
MILDRED ANN WINKLER
"A quiet conscience makes one so serene!"--
CAROLYN GAY WITTE
Latin Club-9, 10, 11, 12, Treas.-11, Pres.-127 Stu-
Council-9, 10, 11, Science Society-11, 12, Beta
Club-11, 12, National Honor Society-11, 12, Treas.
-125 F.T.A.-10, 115 Good News Club-11, 12, Usher
at Graduation-117 Art Club-107 Swimming Team-12.
"The fairest garden in her looks, and in her
mind, the wisest books."-Cawley
LOIS BRONSON WOLFLIN
Business Education Club-11, 12, Good News Club-
9, 10, F.T.A.-9.
"To be busy at something is a modest maid's
GARLAND LEWIS WYATT
"lt is good to be iealously affected in a good
EDWARD CHRISTY ZEITZ
Jr. Red Cross-9, F.F.A.-9, 10, 11, 12, Conservation
"Let us live then and be glad while young
life's before us."-Unknown
JO ANN ZIBART
Arl Club-10, 11, 125 Bela Club-11, 127 French Club
-11, 125 Office Slaff-125 Good News Club-125
"Sa young, so fair, good wifhoul effort."-
Bazeball-107 German Club-11.
"Well-timed silence halh more eloquence than
SHARRON LOIS ZOELLER
Spanish Club-9, 107 Good News Club-115 F.T.A.-
115 Commercial Club-11.
"Though she be liflle, she is fierce."-
NORMA LEE ZOLL
Good News Club-10, 117 Spanish Club-95 Commercial
"W: are born lo be happy, all of us."-Sulro
Youth stands poised on the misty brink of an unknown world,
Past behind, Present passing, Future to be unfurled.
His greatest days behind him, though on to greater deeds,
Foundations left behind him on which all history feeds.
With rosy cheeks cmd sparkling eyes, the step he takes is bold,
But never will he return again, for youth must grow old.
Yet age dims not the future, for it grows brighter still,
On to better things and greater things, 'til life has had its fill.
ln fulfillment lies the greatness for which all mortals strive,
To do the best that can be done while we are yet alive.
Though living lends its lustre to the future day by day,
Past will become a misty thought, though memories will stay.
Memories of friendships locked behind Time's iron-bound gate,
Memories of funny things, enioyed perhaps too late.
School busses, lunches, a scheduled test, a football cheer,
A crowded hall, and the Alma Mater ringing clear.
One by one, as Future leads us onward year by year,
We leave our youth behind us with the things that made it dear.
Joan Lee Williams
IOR CLASS HISTORY
Throughout most of a student's high school
career, he naturally has as his goal ultimate gradu-
ation. He is thrilled as he thinks of the day when
a diploma will be his. As that day draws near,
however, a certain aspect of sadness attaches
itself to graduation, and he finds himself "backing"
out of high school, looking back on the joys and
sorrows he has experienced there. ln retrospect
he may try to remember that first day at Eastern.
lf he came to Eastern from another high school,
he may recall that initial experience quite vividly.
lf that first recollection is growing dim, perhaps
he was one of the many who began as freshmen
in the fall of l95l. Or it could be that he entered
EHS upon the opening of the big, new building in
l95O, her first year as a junior-senior high school.
The real "old hands", however, are those hardy
souls who met at Eastern in the seventh grade when
the students were temporarily housed in portable
buildings, now employed as our shop buildings.
These students are the first to be graduated after
attending Eastern for the full six years. And these
years have been full.
The next autumn we joyfully entered the new
building, our school. That was the year of our first
school athletic teams. Although we could not play
on those teams yet since most of us were just eighth
graders, our day was just around the corner.
Our class has been thought of by many as having
some sort of "golden touch", or magic money-
making skill. Though we have worked for our
money, our great financial success was primarily
due to the excellent advice and guidance given
us by our foresighted freshman sponsors. At the
helm as class officers that year were Dan Neubauer,
President, Ned Beatty, Vice-President, Ellis Minton,
Secretary, Anna Alexander, Treasurer, and Jim
As our big financial project, we gave the Fresh-
man Carnival, which sent us on our way toward
the Prom and yearbook expenses that were to
Selected from our class to serve as junior-varsity
cheerleaders their freshman year were Joan Trigg,
Betty Jo Dillon, and Bonita Lillard, exhorting the
underclassmen to cheer on their team.
As school dismissed that spring for summer vaca-
tion, we all felt that our first year in high school
had certainly been a wonderful one.
Some three months later the class assembled
again, this time as sophomores. As sophomores,
we knew we must elect good officers to guide us
in making a name for ourselves in the school.
For President we selected a boy who had the
entire locality agog with his precocious basketball
ability, Ellis Minton. Other officers were Dan Neu-
bauer, Vice-President, Gordon Ford, Secretary, Tony
Vest, Treasurer, and Letitia Knoeller and Hugh
The class undertook to hold a Rink Rally, as it
was called, at the Fontaine Ferry Park Rink. This
was a tremendous success.
Again leading the cheering section were Bonita
Lillard, Joan Trigg, and Betty Jo Dillon, but this
time with the help of Lounette Humphrey and Don
One highlight of our athletic year was the gala
train trip to Ashland, Kentucky, to cheer on Eastern's
"Eagles of the Gridiron" in their clash with the
Ashland Tomcats. Although we failed to bring home
a victory, many delightful memories came home
with us. Another big event of the football season
was Eastern's invitation to, and victory in, the
Cumberland Lake Bowl game. Our team also re-
ceived a trophy as County Champs of i952 in
IOR CLASS HI TORY
It was in our sophomore year that we belonged
to Eastern and Eastern belonged to us.
Upperclassmen at last! So were the thoughts
of many of us as we registered for our iunior year.
A big problem staring us in our collective faces
was that of financing the Junior-Senior Prom in
a way to make it bigger and better than ever
before. A repeat performance of the class's pet
proiect, the Rink Rally, yielded handsome profits,
as did the Snack Bar, traditionally a iunior class
responsibility. Thus we were able to give one of
the best Proms this area has ever seen. It was held
at the Brown Hotel, with C. B. himself, Cliff Butler,
and his band. It was indeed a memorable occasion
for everyone concerned.
A large part of the credit for our successful
iunior year went to our class officers. Those hard
workers were Dan Millott, President, Bob Baughman,
Vice-President, Pat Moore, Secretary, .lack Tarr,
Treasurer, and Ned Beatty and Richard Ewing,
You might also remember Nelson Joyner's win-
ning the Harvard Book Award given by Harvard
University for his outstanding scholarship and
That year we again iourneyed to Ashland, this
time faring better, battling our opponents to a
scoreless tie. Cheering the team were our cheer-
leaders, Joan Trigg, Lounette Humphrey, and Bonita
Jack Tarr was the big man on the tennis team
and teamed with his younger brother, Jim, to win
the State Doubles Championship, a title they have
taken four years in a row.
In September of 1954, we assembled for what
we knew was to be our last year as a class of
Eastern High School.
The hustle and bustle and fun of our senior
year descended on us almost immediately. The
football team started things off with a bang. This
team was lauded by many as the greatest in the
history of the school. One inspiration to the players
was no doubt the new field, the scene of four
home games. Cheering them on were .loan Trigg,
Bonita Lillard, Lounette Humphrey, and Betty Jen-
kins. The Football Queen, .loan Trigg, was crowned
at the dance following the Lafayette game.
December was its usual self with the Student
Council Christmas proiects, the Christmas music
concerts, and the other activities. One of these
was the senior play, "Down to Earth", a comedy
in three acts, presented in the EHS auditorium.
Soon after this was the Peppermint Ball, the high-
light of which was the crowning of the Talon Queen
and King, Gayle Buehne and Gary Tabb.
On the last day of school before the Yuletide
holidays, the seniors held a class party in the
lunchroom. Not to be outdone, the rest of the school
held their own parties, and the Christmas vacation
was initiated on a festive note.
ln February the new members of the National
Honor Society were initiated, and later Virginia
Caswell was named recipient of the annual Daugh-
ters ofthe American Revolution medal.
President of his senior class was a boy who had
certainly proved himself capable of the task, Alan
Byers. Supporting Alan were the other officers-
Ned Beatty, Vice-President, Ben Fryrear, Treasurer,
Bonita Lillard, Secretary, and Jim Bate and Jerry
With graduation the door will close on one
chapter of our lives. May this chapter be by no
means the longest, but one filled with pleasant
We, the Senior Class of l955, of the city of
Middletown, county of Jefferson, state of relief,
being of confused mind and memory, do hereby
declare, make, and publish our last will and testa-
SHIRLEY AGNEW wills her place in Mrs. Mac's class
to the next gal who gets her.
LANIER ANDERSON wills her College Board Exams
to Janet Welther.
VICKI ARRINGTON wills her love for boys to any
LOREEN ASPER wills her space in "Moron's Alley"
to her brother.
CAROL LEE AXTON wills her pet goose to Angela
MARY AGNES BAKER wills her ringside seat in Mr.
Gish's classes to Julie Schmid.
PHYLISS BARKER wills her ability to find the right
classes to the next new student at Eastern.
JIM BATE doesn't have anything to leave and he
wouldn't leave it to anybody if he did.
BOB BAUGHMAN wills his love for Cadillacs to
JOE BELL leaves his ability to study to R. H. Martin.
CAROL BENTON bequeaths her ability of not hav-
ing to run for the school bus to Judy Spears.
JAMES BLACK leaves a loud voice to Mr. Kemp.
MARVIE BLOODWORTH wills her standing position
on the school bus to anyone who will have it.
BETTY BOARDMAN wills her biology class to anyone
who can pass it.
ANNETTE BOGLE wills her ability to get the giggles
at the wrong time to Nancy Crawley.
LOLA BOHANNON leaves her place in senior home-
room to Susie Morgan.
OMA JANE BOND wills her dancing talent to
KEITH BOONE wills his ability of "making out"
to Tommy Reitmeier.
RONNIE BOORMAN wills his women at camp to
JACK BOOTES wills his entire Indian relic and gun
collection to Mr. Mayer.
DONALD BOYNTON wills his physics book to any-
one who wants it.
BARLOW BROOKS wills his unfinished homework
to Mr. Kemp to dole out in study hall as he sees fit.
SARA BROOKS wills her Beta Club pin to Carolyn
Smith because she will never get one any other
ADRON BROWN leaves and he's glad.
DANNY BROWN wills his hair to Mr. Trapp and
HARRY BROWN wills his high school knowledge
to Nancy Shepard.
WARREN BRYANT wills a little silence to Mr. Kemp.
TAYLOR BUCKNER wills his speed tickets to Bill
JOHN BUNTING wills his height to Jerry Holmes.
DONNA BUNTON wills her ability to drive to Paul
ALAN BYERS wills his ability to play tennis to Jim
HOWARD CABLE wills his solid geometry book,
with all the answers, to anyone who is lucky enough
to take solid.
DELORES CAMPBELL leaves her long hair to Mrs.
DAVID CAPITO wills his sophomore English book
to Rita Harrod.
PATSY CASE wills her ability to get along with
Mary Lou Watts to Ned Russell.
RONALD CASEY wills his ability to have noisy
mufflers and not get caught to Robert Brentlinger.
VIRGINIA CASWELL wills her love for algebra to
all those people unfortunate enough to dislike it.
BARBARA CHAMBERLAIN wills her ability to row
a boat to Barbara Hardin.
GEORGE CHEATHAM leaves his unusual front teeth
to David Haycraft.
JESSE CLARK wills his ability to stay in class all
day to Randall Hunter.
JOYCE CLARK wills her ability to drive the car to
her brother, Sonny.
DONALD COFFEY wills his Model-A Ford to Pat
MARGARET COLLIER wills Eastern lunches to the
BEVERLY COLLINS wills her ability not to break
drum heads to Skip Young.
SONNY COLLINS wills his one and only church
key to Skip Detwiler.
JERRY COLSTON wills his lunchroom apron to Gary
BETTY COLYER wills her love for Mr. Gish to Miss
DORIS COLYER wills her dimples to Betty Colyer.
JOANNE CORNETTE wills the remainder of her
southern accent to any poor soul who will have
Mrs. Stull in the years to come.
CHARLES CRABTREE leaves-isn't that enough?
ED CROCKETT leaves his cud to Mr. Kemp.
E IOR WILL
DON CULVER wills his "wheat germs" to Linda
JOAN DAMATO wills her place in Mrs. Melvin's
English IV class to any adventurous junior who
thinks he can survive the Midland dialect.
BOBBY DAVIS wills his driving to Jay Helmers.
DON DAVIS leaves his loud voice to Mr. Dawson
to be used when the public address system breaks
FRED DECKMAN wills his ability to pass agriculture
to Russel Childress.
FRANK DeLUCA leaves his graduating ability to
PATRICIA DERHEFER wills her northern accent to
all the poor southern iuniors.
BOB DETWILER wills his ability to type to Bob
MARGO DIEMER wills all the fun she had at camp
last summer to Betsy Leathers.
BETTY JO DILLON wills her seat in chemistry to
anyone who thinks he can pass it.
ROBERT DINNING wills his seat in homeroom to
a senior next year.
MARTHA DOERHOEFER wills her warts to Mr. Kemp.
SUSIE DOLT wills her geometry book to Mrs.
JAMES DUNLAP wills Phil Kaelin's bargain on car
parts to anybody who wants them.
LAWRENCE DURBIN wills his bad cold to anybody
who wants it.
HUGH DURHAM wills his "E" sweaters to Ann Wil-
EMILY DURRETT wills her ability to lose weight to
Mary Doerr Perkins.
ANN EAGLES wills her love for French to Pam Reed.
WILMA EDWARDS wills her crazy, mixed-up
schedule to any poor person who has to transfer
during their senior year.
RILEY EMERY wills his good grades to any future
ANN EMMART wills her place in Spanish IV to
anyone who is brave enough to take it.
JAMES ENGLE wills his ability to get engaged and
settle down to Chuck Morgan.
GAY EVANS wills the first corner section in the
band to Laurel Kaufman and Barbara Williams.
RICHARD EWING leaves his low cuts to Bob Faw-
PHIL FALK wills his crew cut to Bill Schmutz.
MILTON FEGER wills his height to Curtis Bryant.
SUE FIGHTMASTER leaves her place in Mrs. Mc-
CIeIIan's room to Carolyn Singleton.
MADGE FLORENCE wills her height to Mary Ander-
GAIL FOLSOM wills her gum, candy, and posters
to Mrs. Clarke.
GORDON FORD wills his report cards to future
E. H. S. paper drives.
BROOKS FOUNTAIN leaves this philosophy to
young freshmen, "studying pays off."
GLENN FRANCK leaves his ability not to get tickets
to Ann Brasfield.
JOAN FRANCONIA leaves her love for bookkeeping
to Janice Chambers.
BENNIE FRYREAR wills his clean football socks and
"X" to Bob Cummins.
CLINTON FUGATE leaves his place in the lunch
line to anyone who can get through without being
GERALDINE GADDIE wills her love for Indiana to
GERALDINE GAMELTOFT wills her typing book to
FRED GATZ wills his "peg pants" to John Libbey.
PAUL GIBSON wills his size thirteen shoes to Curtis
"Twinkle Toes" Bryant.
JACKIE GILPIN wills her ability to talk in study hall
and get by with it to Patsy O'Bryan.
SUE ANN GITTINGS wills her seat bus 2I9 to
AMELIA GLOCKNER wills her ability to talk in
study hall and in class to anyone who can get
by with it.
DELORES GNAGIE wills her ability to sleep in study
hall on Monday to those girls who date on Sunday.
CORNELIA GOERNER leaves 701 to Beverly Hester.
JERRY GOETH wills some chlorophyll reeds to
the clarinet section of the band to get rid of some
of the stinking notes.
FREDDIE GORBANDT wills all that he doesn't know
about playing a trumpet to the trumpeters in the
MARY GORMAN wills her I8O pounds to Marlene
DAVID GRAVATTE wills his seat in Mr. Daniel's
class to any iunior who wants to catch up on his
BILLIE GREEN wills her ability to survive two years
of shorthand and typing to Louise Holt.
MARY ANN GROVES wills her haircut to Mildred
THANN GRUBB wills his l929 Ford to the biggest
hotrod at Eastern, Barbara Clark.
JOHN HAAG leaves his sympathy to all other
"P B's" at Eastern.
HAROLD HAGAN wills his wonderful driving ability
to Jerry Troutman.
JAMES HALL wills his seat in choir to Lane Mc-
SE IOR WILL
FRED HANSEN wills his first floor locker to anybody
that has all his classes on the third floor.
JAMES HARLAN wills his ability to stay out of Mr.
Kemp's study hall for three years to all the "little
MARTHA HARROD wills her love for the D. D.
degree to Rita Harrod.
LaVERNE HART wills her love for sport cars to
CARL HATCH wills his love to Miss Lamb.
BEVERLY HATFIELD wills A. O. camp to Bev Hoock.
LOIS HAWKER wills her Hdraggin' wagon" to Brad
BARBARA HAYS wills her smile to Barbara Clark.
DAVID HEIDEMAN wills his staff sergeant stripes
in band to the next poor soul who can stand the
PAT HENSON wills her naturally curly hair to Martha
DICKIE HICKS wills his ability in mathematics to
Dan "BoiangIes" Ross.
ALFRED HIEB wills his love for chemistry to Carl
LYMAN HITCHCOCK wills his flattened pack of
cigarettes to Judy Kilroy.
DAVID HITZ leaves Mr. Burke for the iuniors.
JOHN HOFFMAN wills his physics book to Dean
JO ANN HOLLIE wills her ability to get Mrs. Coslow
for three periods a day to anyone who wants her.
JAMES HOLLOWAY wills his ability to court to
MIKE HOOK wills his pants with acid holes in them
to Gary Gerst.
CARROLL HUBBARD wills his press card to Sir Julian
TERRY HUFFAKER leaves his autographed picture
of Roy Acuff to Bob Martin.
PATRICIA HUGHES wills her ability to catch the
bus on time to Ann Wiley.
LOUNETTE HUMPHREY wills her pep rally bermudas
to Sherry Greene.
CHARLOTTE HUND wills her ability to get along
with Gene to Johnny Herrick.
PAULA HURST wills her love for Bagdad to Patsy
JUDY IRWIN wills her love for chorus and choir
to Jennye Cooke.
STEVE ISAACS wills his extreme modesty to Bobby
CAROL JEAN wills her love for English to Gary
BETTY JENKINS wills her voice to Annabelle Wilson.
BETTY JOHNSON wills her American history book
to Mildred Winkler.
BOB JOHNSON wills his big feet and broad shoul-
ders to Donna Troutman.
NELSON JOYNER wills his exceptional tennis talent
to "Sponsor" Goranflo.
RALPH JUDD leaves his curly hair to Bobby Martin.
PHIL KAELIN leaves his seat in senior homeroom to
the next senior occupying it.
PEGGY KAREM wills her ability to keep quiet when
others are talking to Brad Broecker.
LIDA LEE KEMP wills her red hair to Bettie Hensley.
KATHERINE KERN wills her seat in Mr. Burke's class
to any girl foolish enough to take physics.
MARIETTA KING wills her long car to Mr. Neill.
JOAN KLAPHEKE leaves her uncomfortable seat
on "SIim's" bus to Bobby Geisler.
LETITIA KNOELLER wills her confederate flag and
rebel yell to all Eastern students to uphold the
honor of Eastern forever.
CAROL KOENIG wills her freckes and blonde hair
to Judy Harlan.
LOIS KREAMER wills Ned Russell enough money to
buy a belt.
JERRY LAM wills his ability to play the guitar to
EITHA LANDIS leaves her senior year to Dorothy
and Toney Lands.
RICHARD LANGAN wills his ability to get into
dances free to Bill Carter.
BONITA LILLARD wills her ieep, "the green mon-
ster," to Linda Dillard to cat around in.
JIM LINDENMEYER wills his seat in physics class
to anyone who is fool enough to take it.
BOBBY LITTRELL wills his slide trombone to John
GEORGE LOGAN wills his talent for never having
a date to Burton Shelley.
JACK LONG leaves his guitar to Bobby Geisler.
BOB MACKAY wills his golfing ability to'Gary
ARTHUR MARKSBURY wills his ability to get along
with teachers to Gene Brooks and Duck King.
BEVERLY MARMION wills her seat in Latin IV
to anyone who is unlucky enough to sit in it.
JUDY MARTIN wills her bubble gum to the kids in
Mr. Kemp's study hall.
MARILYN MARTIN wills all her good times at camp
to Lois Clifford.
JAMES MATHUS wills his l94l Chevrolet to Jesse
LOIS MAYER wills her art ability to Pam Reed.
KENT MCMATH does not wish to bequeath anything
because he still thinks he can take it all with him.
CHESTER MEISNER wills his vast knowledge of the
Latin language to anyone who will accept it.
MIDGE MEZERA leaves her crazy, mixed-up place
on the Annual Staff to Pat Hancock.
CHIP MILLER wills his ability for telling iokes to
JO ANN MILLER wills her teasing ability to Henry
STRATTON MILLER wills his position on the baseball
team to Ronnie Georgehead.
DAN MILLOTT wills his ability to get his Eagle article
in on time to Dudley Haupt.
ALICE MOFFETT wills her shyness to Sue Laffan.
JACK MONOHAN wills his ieep, "the little red
wagon," to Virginia Walker if she can drive it.
TOMMY MONOHAN wills his size 48 band uniform
to Lena Triplett.
CURTIS MOORE wills his three square inches in
Jim Noonan's car to Burton Shelley.
PAT MOORE wills Mr. Trapp her long hair because
he'Il need it when he starts pulling at his.
BILLY RAY MORGAN wills his English ll class to
JIMMY MORRIS wills his physique to Stuart Bruder.
KATHERINE MORRIS wills her shorthand ability to
BOB MOTLEY wills his three years of smoking in
school without getting caught to Bonnie Brooker.
JULIAN MURPHY wills his ability to sell refrigerators
to Eskimos to Julian Heath.
KEITH NALL wills his three years of luck at not
getting caught cutting school to Joe Grumme.
DAN NEUBAUER wills his low-cuts to Bob Martin.
JIM NOONAN wills his luck to pass physics to Floyd
NAN NORRIS wills her exceptional ability to leave
all term reports until the day before they are due
to Pam Reed.
HALE NUTT wills all his hard classes to Bill Carter.
ALBERT OCHSNER wills one of the Eastern school
buses to T. Goheen so he can take out all his
girls at one time.
LORETTA OECHSLEN wills her sophomore English
books to the next unfortunate person.
PEGGY OWEN wills her seat in Mr. Kemp's study
hall to the next underclassman.
ANITA PAYNE leaves her place at Eastern to her
CAROL PAYNE wills her nursing uniform to anyone
who has the ambition to use it.
NANINE PEAK wills her blonde hair to Sue Ann
BETTY PELESKE leaves Mrs. Melvin's exams to
CAYWOOD PENNINGTON wills his ability to pass
English to Jerome Henderman.
ALBERT PETERSON wills the services of his class-
mates to the draft board.
BILL PIPER leaves his ability to pass Mrs. McCIellan's
tests to Connie Maloney.
PATRICIA POOLE wills her second-year shorthand
book to Pat Hancock.
GENE POPE wills his "drive for show, putt for
dough" golf game to Lynn Ledford.
THELMA POULTER wills her love for a certain Chev-
rolet convertible to Chevrolet convertible lovers,
MARY JOYCE PROFFITT wills her place in Mrs.
Waugh's sixth period study hall to Joyce Trautwein.
DARRELL PULLIAM wills his ability to study hard
to anybody who wants it.
CLAY RAGAN wills his science to Ron Straub.
MARILYN REEDER wills her love for Frankfort to
CAROL JEAN REGENAUER wills her Shorthand
ll book to Mildred Broughton.
FLORA RENFROW wills her ear plugs to any poor
soul who gets in Mr. Kemp's room.
EDWIN REVELL wills his i954 basketball and foot-
ball ticket stubs to John Gerlach.
GEORGIA ANN RIXMAN wills her ability to sit in
Mr. Kemp's study hall without talking to Shirley
PAT ROACHE wills her heart to Bob Carey.
DIXIE ROBINSON wills her love for Mr. Kemp and
her place in "Moron's Alley" to her brother.
DAVID RODAHAFFER wills all his flying time to
NORMA ROSENBAUM wills her seat in the audi-
torium to Phyliss Moore.
DOLORES ROSTETTER wills her ability to remember
people to Connie Warren.
HILARY RAWERT wills his ability to make "A's" in
English to Ben Gratzer.
PAT ROYAL wills Arizona's wonderful weather to
ANNE ELLEN RUSSELL wills her hot-rod driving to
FAYE SANDLIN wills her supply of hall passes to
ANN SCHICKLI leaves the first eighteen lines of
Chaucer's Prologue to the Canterbury Tales in Old
English to Margaret Rust.
DON SHAHIN wills his T940 Ford to Mr. Trapp to
show why he was continually tardy.
FRANCES SHEPHERD leaves her mandolin to Dottie
Jarvis hoping she will do as good a iob serenading
the gang as Frances did.
ANITA SIMMONS wills her station-wagon l?l to
anyone who can drive it or get it to run.
ANITA SIMPSON leaves all the good times she's
had at Eastern to her brother Jerry Simpson,
DOROTHY SISCO wills her love for Latin to Anne
CYNTHIA SLOANE leaves nothing because she is
taking everything with her.
KATHLEEN SLOCUM goes-willing to leave.
BEN SMALL wills his class ring to Gary Russell,
who will give his away when he gets it.
CAROL SMITH wills her A, O. paddle to Karen
JERRY SMITH leaves a tape-recorder to Mr. Daniels
to tell some of his true stories.
KINNE SMITH wills his four weeks of Latin ll to
some poor unsuspecting sophomore.
JOHN SMYTHE wills his infallible technique for
collecting gas money to Neville Blakemore.
LINDY SPARKS wills her iob of chauffeuring cheer-
leaders to the games to Ann Williams.
BOB SPROUL leaves his locker to whoever can
unlock it with the key wisdom.
BILLIE STALLARD wills his curly hair to "Buttons."
LINDA STALLINGS wills A. O. slumber parties to
JAMES STICHWEH wills his seat in Mr. Burke's
physics class to Jim Tichenor.
BILLYE STILES wills her driver's license to Shirley
DAVID STRAUB wills his ability to do book reports
the night before they are due to Julian Heath.
BILL STRODE wills his accent to Eastern's speech
GARY TABB wills his hair to Mr. Trapp.
JACK TARR leaves his figure to Sue Burwinkle.
DOVE TEMPLE wills his glasses to anyone who wants
GILBERT THOMPSON wills his lock and locker to
CHARLES TOTTEN wills the sling to any unfortunate
football player in the future.
DON TOWLES wills all the l94O Chevrolets to any
person who will take them.
JOAN TRIGG wills her position on the cheering
squad to Sherry Keith.
ELLEN VAN ARSDALE wills her ability to make "A's"
in mathematics to Rhoda Chism.
EDNA WADE wills her ability to play hockey to
Sarah and Marie Wade.
DAVID WAGNER wills his old car and three good
tires to the Science Society.
NORMA WALDEN wills her Shorthand ll book to
GALE WARREN wills Chaucer to anyone in the
iunior class who can pronounce it.
PATTY WATTS wills her seat in Mr. Kemp's home-
room to anyone who has a good heart.
CHARLOTTE WEBB wills her ability for getting into
trouble to Linda Dillard.
WALTER WERNERT wills his ability to leave school
when MiddIetown's fire alarm goes off to Leo Goss.
BETTY WHEELER wills all the happiness Vicki, Eitha,
and she have had at Eastern to Judy, Barbara, and
JOHN WEIGAND wills his singing ability to Carl
FRANK WILDER wills his seat in Mr. Kemp's study
hall to anybody who will take it.
JOAN LEE WILLIAMS wills her ability to always
catch the school bus on Monday mornings to her
brother, Louis Albert, who knows better.
BONNIE WILSON wills her psychology book to
JOHN WILSON wills his "onery hide" to Mr. Kemp
to nail to his barn door.
LARRY WILSON leaves his passing grades to Gary
Moneypenny, he'll need them.
ANNE WIMBISH leaves her pony tail for the pony
she stole it from.
MILDRED WINKLER wills her American history book
to Betty Johnson.
GAY WITTE wills all the extra hours she has spent
in the chemistry lab to any poor soul like her who
can't get his experiments done during class.
LOIS WOLFLIN wills her ability not to get mad
easily to Carol Fust.
ALBERT WOODY wills his boat to anyone who can
keep it running,
GARLAND WYATT wills his chair and desk in physics
to anyone who will have them.
CHRISTY ZEITZ wills his great ability in the class-
room to Barney Long.
JO ANN ZIBART wills her inability to write English
themes to all those students who can write them.
RONNIE ZIBART wills his old baseball hat to Jim
SHARRON ZOELLER wills all her love for the Eastern
boys to Shirley Guethe.
NORMA ZOLL wills her good grades to Betty Mil-
Signed this twenty-fifth day of May in the
presence of two witnesses to whom we are greatly
indebted, Mrs. Marguerite Lockard and Mr. Oliver
SENIOR CLASS of '55
As we wander through the library today in 1970, we
find traces everywhere of our senior class. In the newspapers,
books, Who's Who, and in magazines are people we knew
back in 1955. Let's see what they are doing now.
In the current issue of a popular magazine, we see that
SHIRLEY AGNEW is starring in a remake of Cheaper by the
Dozen with her twelve red-headed children.
In the drama reviews of the New York Times, JOAN
LEE WILLIAMS, their famous critic, gave rave notices to a
new Broadway play written and directed by that brilliant
playwright, MIDGE MEZERA, and starring VICKI ARRINGTON,
who is the brightest star on the White Way
On the front page it says that JOHN HAAG has lust
donated another million to his institution for poor boys.
DR. ANN SCHICKLI recently had a hospital dedicatecl
to her for her untiring research in brain surgery.
There was a story in LIFE this month about ANITA
SIMMONS, who is one of the few women in history to have
received an honorary d0ctor's degree from Yale University.
CHARLES CRABTREE, president of the school, bestowed the
On the political page is an article about GEORGE
LOGAN, Kentucky senator, who has lust gotten his 5lst bill
passed with the help of his competent secretary, PAT MOORE.
Looking through the society page we find the following
items: DR. J. D. NEUBAUER has just returned from a tour
to the Netherlands, accompanied by his lovely capable nurse,
CAROL AXTON. Socialite LOIS MAYER has lust married her
third millionaire. Her lawyer, BOB BAUGHMAN, settled her
alimony disputes with her ex-husbands.
JIM STlCHWEH's name is mentioned for deepening
Grand Canyon another 500 feet with his secret formula, He
is exploring the newly made hole with a band of his fellow
geologists: DAVID HEIDEMAN, FRANK WILDER, and DAVID
DAVID RODAHAFFER, known for his big deals, has
just leased the Brooklyn Bridge to ex-football player RALPH
MARIETTA KING and her hillbilly band, composed of
BOBBY LITTRELL, BILL STRODE, LEE HARLAN, and JERRY LAM
appeared on the DAN Miiiorr TV show. As if was the first
show of the season, MlLLOTT's sponsor, the lovely MISS MARVIE
BLOODWORTH, president of BLOODWORTH's Red Meat
Dog Food, Inc., presented a few of the celebrities in the
audience. They were JOAN KLAPHEKE, Powers' model, HUGH
DURHAM, one of America's all-time great athletes, VIRGINIA
CASWELL, author of humorous best seller, How to be C1
Teacher and Stay Sane, JERRY GOETH, who has taken over
Stan Kenton's band and now has his own show, and finally
KATHY SLOCUM, who has fast become a rival for Chef Milani
with her new salad dressing.
In the a:cident column is a paragraph devoted to TAYLOR
BUCKNER, the Crash Helmet King. It seems he's set a record
for pedestrians in one year.
A concert is slated at Carnegie Hall by three of Phil
Spitalni's brinniant violinists, MARGO DIEMER, CORNELIA
GOERNER, and JUDY IRWIN.
Winner of the i970 Mr, America contest is HAROLD
HAGAN. Smiling beside him in the newspaper picture is
his trainer, JAMES MATHUS.
Receiving medals for outstanding bravery are JACK MON-
OHAN and WALTER WERNERT, two outstanding firemen.
In The Louisville Times we see that CARROLL HUBBARD
has lust been named as new band director at Eastern High
School, while TOMMY MONOHAN has taken over the orchestra.
MARY JOYCE PROFFITT, hat check girl at the Stork Club, is
being sued by wealthy JOHN SMYTHE for losing his wife's
mink coat .The club's owner, JIM NOONAN, has promised
to stand by her and has hired the brilliant lawyer, JIM
LINDENMEYER, for her.
BETTY JENKINS, talented comedienne, is knocking them
dead in Las Vegas with her act. Also with her on the bill
are that renowned imitator LARRY WILSON, and humorist
DOVE TEMPLE, known tor his dry wit.
Supervising the works at the city iail is BOB MOTLEY,
new police chief. He is highly praised by lady judge ELLEN
Hollywood's dream girl, CAROL KOENIG, is dancing her
way to fame in one M. G. M. musical after another while
another bright star in the filmland sky, NANINE PEAK, just
won her first Oscar for exceptional performance in a highly
dramatic role. '
We see a story on industry's Bubble Gum King, THANN
GRUB3, and the Ice Cream King, DICKIE HICKS.
BARBARA HAYS is head of a nursery school, Some of
her charges' mothers were her high school friends. They
are the former Misses PHYLIS BARKER, LOLA BOHANNON,
LOIS WOLFLIN, GERALDINE GADDIE, NORMA WALDEN, and
SE IOR PROPHECY
The mayor of Louisville, JIM MORRIS, praised LOIS
KREAMER, ANITA SIMPSON, GERRY GAMELTOFT, BETTY BOARD-
MAN, and MARTHA HARROD for their quick thinking in
putting out a fire in Woolworth's. The manager, DARRELL
PULLIAM, gave them all a raise.
RICHARD EWING has been appointed head janitor at
City Hall, assisting him in cleaning up the administration
is JOHN BUNTING.
U. of K.'s proud coach, JERRY COLSTON, is beaming
because his team has remained unbeaten all season.
Professor GORDON FORD has just challenged Einstein
with a new theory.
Running the 3-D cameras for New York theatres are
FRED GORBANDT, JAMES DUNLAP, GLENN FRANCK, and
DONALD COFFEY. Their boss, the owner of a long chain of
movie houses, FRED GATZ, just got out of jail for income
World champion flagpole sitter ALAN BYERS, has been
challenged to a contest by PAUL GIBSON.
HOWARD CABLE is in a trance still trying to figure out
if the "Torky" brought him.
HARRY, DANNY, and ADRON BROWN are in court trying
to get their names changed to Smith.
Duchess AMELIA GLOCKNER threw a large party for
the Queen of England, Some of her guests were SIR RONALD
BOORMAN and his lovely fiance, WILMA EDWARDS, LADY
MARGARET COLLIER and the ambassador to Lower Slobovia,
JOAN FRANCONIA is marketing a new process for making
dill pickles from sweet ones.
JOE BELL has been delving back in his family tree.
He insists he's related to Alexander Graham Bell.
ANNETTE BOGLE, well known dancer, was hired for
GEORGE CHEATHAM's new Broadway show called Cheatham's
Follies. lt will be written by DAVID CAPITO and SONNY
RILEY EMERY is seen on the society page squiring
many movie starlets around Hollywood.
GAY EVANS has just been chosen band sponsor for
the Marine Band, Also in the armed service field, we see
that LETITIA KNOELLER was awarded a medal for her out-
standing war photographs.
MARY ANN GROVES is the director of the Conover
Modeling Agency. Her good friend ANN EAGLES recently
returned from a trip to Paris where she reviewed a fashion
show for her store, Saks Fifth Avenue.
PHILIP FALK is now minister of the Fourth Avenue Metho-
dist Church. BILL STALLARD is a Baptist minister.
Accountant for the Bureau of Internal Revenue is MARY
LORREEN ASPER has been named director of the Old
Ladies' Home in Louisville, head nurse there is SUE GITTINGS.
JIM BATE is coaching a professional football team.
NED BEATTY is singing in Faust at the Metropolitan next
Sunday. DOLORES CAMPBELL is his leading lady.
BETTY JO DILLON has been named "The Girl We'd Most
Like to Live Next Door To" by the Air Force.
BROOKS FOUNTAIN is manufacturing costumes for angels
because he wasn't satisfied with his in the 'I954 Eastern
High senior play.
SARA BROOKS is secretary to a major at K.M.I., whose
wife is DONNA BUNTON.
Seen at the opera the other night were staunch patrons
LOUISE MOFFETT, LORETTA OECHSLIN, and MILDRED WINKLER.
TERRY HUFFAKER is in the hospital with a broken leg.
Seems he fell from a building while doing his Human Fly
Act, ln the bed next to him is JACK TARR, who sprained
an ankle when he jumped over the net after winning the
National Singles Championship in tennis.
Here's a picture showing sensational Cleveland Brown
football star, GARY TABB, making a IO9-yard touchdown run.
His coach, BOB JOHNSON, is seen leaping into the air.
New York reporter LOIS HAWKER has been trying to
interview stock market tycoon, ARTHUR MARKSBURY, ever
since he and his partner, JACK LONG, made their sensa-
tional smash, but their secretary, CAROL JEAN, keeps in-
forming him they've gone fishin'.
Gentleman farmer, CHRISTY ZEITZ, has cleaned up on
a big tobacco deal with Lucky Strike.
SHARON ZOELLER, private secretary to KAY McCURDY,
the outstanding journalist in the country, was maid of honor
in the wedding of newspaper editor STEVE ISAACS and his
fiance. Another wedding of society is that of SIR KENT
McMATH, the famous diplomat and his pretty secretary.
Just appointed Dean of Women at Iowa State Teachers
College is BEVERLY HATFIELD. The Dean of Men is GENE POPE.
Attempting to build a better mousetrap is HALE NUTT,
who insists that he can do it if his partner, RICHARD LANGAN,
will stop eating all the cheese.
We read that Lindy Sparks has been elected president
of the P.T.A. at the school her sons attend. JOAN TRIGG
has been elected secretary. She has twins going there.
Our librarian friend, JO ANN HOLLIE, sighs as she
recalls her old classmates. As she looks up from her reading
she sees six of Eastern's newest teachers, LIDA LEE KEMP, JO
ANN ZIBART, MARTHA DOERHOEFER, BARBARA CHAMBERLAIN,
BETTY PELESKE, JOYCE CLARK, and its new principal, DAVID
STRAUB, with the Superintendent of county schools, KEITH
Scientists all over the world are praising LOUNETTE
HUMPHREY, chemist for her discovery of a new element
which has been named Humphronium in her honor.
JAMES and JERRY SMITH, Inc. is building a 120-story
building in New York. They have just finished a mansion which
they built for DON SHAHIN, who uses it just for big parties.
At his last social function were seen DIXIE ROBINSON, NORMA
ZOLL, and ALBERT WOODY.
CHARLES TOTTEN is quickly rivaling the Toddle House
with his new chain of hamburger joints.
RONNIE ZIBART has just returned from elephant hunting
in Africa. He sold his two prize elephant skins to NORMA
ROSENBAUM and BONNIE WILSON, who are using them
to furnish their Canadian hunting lodge.
EDDIE REVELL is manager of the Vogue Theatre in
St, Matthews, and he has just finished remodeling it, The
interior decorating job was done by FAYE SANDLIN and
her assistant, FRANCES SHEPHERD.
ALLENE WADE has eloped to South America, and her
parents have F.B.l. Agent DAVID WAGNER on her trail.
CHARLOTTE WEBB is head woman speed driver at
Indianapolis. Her mechanic is JACKIE SHELTON.
One of CAROL BENTON's horses just won the Kentucky
Derby. The jockey was CAYWOOD PENNINGTON. Her
sister-in-law, JOAN DAMATO, is a French interpreter for
the U. N.
PAT HENSON and PAULA HURST are doing a fine job
as secretaries for that noted man with the horn, ALBERT
L- The two PAYNES, ANITA and CAROL, have joined forces
and written a book together about well-known criminals and
their fates, They've called it This Way To the Gallows, or
Payne in the Neck.
PAT ROACHE gained a patent on her new bug spray,
guaranteed to ward off any unwanted pests that might come
GARLAND WYATT, the wrestling champ, has successfully de-
fended his title against the Masked Murderer, known to friends
as BOB SPROUL.
Miss America was crowned last night. She is MISS BETTY
WHEELER, representing Kentucky. After the ceremony she
was married to her childhood sweetheart, with the former
EITHA LANDIS as her matron-of-honor. EITHA is happily
married and the mom of four beautiful children.
In an advertisement just above this item we see PEGGY
KAREM modeling Hazel Bishop's newest shade.
Successful GAY WITTE has just published the memories
of her years in France.
Congresswoman LINDA STALLINGS won a debate on
world affairs last week, Her opponent, JULIAN MURPHEY,
couldn't get a word in edgewise.
WARREN BRYANT just invented an amazing spot remover
for removing leopard spots.
FLORA RENFOW, buyer for Saks Fifth Avenue, and
CHIP MILLER, manager of a rival store, have gone to Chicago
to review designer MARILYN REEDER's latest creations.
PAT HUGHES and CAROL JEAN REGENAUER are becoming
wealthy by selling genuine emerald rings made by their
own process-employing the use of old 7-Up bottles.
SUE FIGHTMASTER and her husband are proud parents
of quadruplets. Their neighbor, BILLIE GREEN is designing
jeeps for General Motors.
ANN EMMART is conducting a tour of Europe. She and
her group will be gone for several months. Some of the
people on the tour are old grads of Eastern: GAIL FOLSOM,
who is taking pictures for T, W, A, Travel Agency, BEVERLY
COLLINS, resting after her recent concert tour of the U. S. A.,
ALBERT PETERSON, who has just finished designing an under-
water hot-dog stand.
Lovely CHARLOTTE HUND, who lives with her husband
ancl two children in New York, has been named Mrs. America
of 1970. An old classmate of hers, ANNE ELLEN RUSSELL,
world-famous dress designer and one of the judges, held
a party for her after the contest at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel,
just bought by billionaire JOHN WIEGAND.
Head of the newly founded Home for Old Shakesperian
Lovers is the former KATHERINE KERN. She's now the wife
of a senator.
PHIL KAELIN, head matress-tester at a large Chicago
store, iust set a new record of ninety-six hours on the iob.
MIKE HOOK was awarded first prize in a peanut-rolling
marathon around Yankee Stadium.
MILTON FEGER and ROBERT DINNING are playing violin
duets to the proverbial "sad story".
PAT DERHEFER is happily married to a veterinarian whose
partner is FRED DECKMAN.
The new editor of the Courier-Journal is NELSON JOYNER.
Some of his capable staff members are MARILYN MARTIN,
fashion editor, STRATTON MILLER, sports editor, BETTY JOHN-
SON, Kook's Korner, VIVIAN LANDS, society, and ALFRED
HIEB, distribution manager, In the comic pages are several
new strips written by JAMES HALL, KEITH NALL, and CYNTHIA
DR. LYMAN HITCHCOCK, with the aid of his pretty
assistant, NAN NORRIS, recently pulled a gold tooth from
gold miner FRED HANSEN. It is being appraised by BILL
PIPER and CLAY RAGAN, who can't agree on their "carrots".
Some of the Nation's Best-Dressed men came from
Eastern High School. A few are BEN SMALL, GILBERT THOMP-
SON, JACK WILSON. Some of the Best-Dressed women are
DOLORES ROSTETTER, BONNIE LILLARD, ANN WIMBISH,
and CAROL SMITH.
Psychiatrist GALE WARREN has iust finished a brilliant
psychoanalysis of BILLYE STILES, who poses for mascara ads.
Recent wealthy contributors to the Community Chest are
PAT ROYALL, HILARY RAWERT, JACK HOFFMAN, JAMES
HOLLOWAY, and DON TOWLES and his wife. Some businesses
contributing were the KATHERINE MORRIS Knit Shop, and
the PATTY WATTS Women's Shoppe.
Private detectives on the iob trying to locate talented
dancer JO ANN MlLLER's stolen iewels are led by BOB
PATTY POOLE and her husband have gone on a cruise
in the Carribean.
JESSE CLARK and JAMES BLACK are the new chicken
pluckers at the chicken farm belonging to OMA JANE BOND
and LARRY DURBIN.
BETTY and DORIS COLYER have taken iobs as waitresses
at the new Colyer Order Inn.
THELMA GNAGIE, DONALD BOYNTON, MADGE FLOR-
ENCE, and CLINTON FUGATE are star attractions at Bungling
Brothers Circus, they are trapeze artists.
Attorney RONALD CASEY has iust successfully defended
his client JACK BOOTES in a divorce case.
The lovely lady who has taken over BETTY FURNESS' iob
as announcer for Westinghouse is JAN CORNETTE.
DON CULVER, a star of the New York Yankees, iust
tied Babe Ruth's homerun record. DAVID GRAVETTE is
getting a well-earned rest. He electrocuted himself in his
new invention, an electricity-less electric chair.
ED CROCKETT is the new sales manager at Macy's.
JACKIE GILPIN is head artist at Walt Disney Studios.
'The new commandant of Fort Knox, BOB DETWILER, is
having a hard time keeping SUSIE DOLT off the grounds.
Her beloved is there ,and she tries to see him at all hours.
JAMES ENGLE has iust bought out Terry's Texaco Station,
working for him as chief greaser is FRANK DeLUCA.
Sweet EMILY DURRETT has iust bought a greenhouse and
is raising prize-winning flowers.
New manager of WHAS-TV, HARRY MAGERS, has been
seen lately with the station's home economist, PEGGY OWENS.
LOUIS MEISNER is organizing a safari to South America
to hunt big game, Going with him is CURTIS MOORE, his
Blonde beauty JUDY MARTIN is a top-notch model in
California. She's the girl who advertises Buicks on your TV
CARL HATCH is the new owner of the Ranch House
Drive-ln. His head waitress is pretty JANE BOOTES. Taking
the place of Beecher Frank out there is BILLIE MORGAN,
PATSY CASE was recently honored at a banquet as
Secretary of the Year. GEORGIA ANN RIXMAN flew in from
her ranch in Texas to act as Mistress of Ceremonies,
LANIER ANDERSON and MARY GORMAN, successful career
girls, are excitedly counting the days until their fifteenth
anniversary of graduation from Mr. Burke's Physics class.
In today's headlines are BEVERLY MARMION and THELMA
POULTER, who just won the Pulitzer Prize for their collaboration
on a book culled The College Library. Beverly is the Dean
of Women at Randolph Macon, and Thelma is a librarian in
The library is closing now so it's time for us to end
this book-browsing and bid adieu to the class of '55 for
another I5 years.
'Til then. . ,
BAKER, MARY AGNES
BOND, OMA JANE
SE IOR ROLL
Raise my own crew of redheads With a deep voice
To learn Miss Hamilton's l.Q,
To look like Ava Gardner
Own a black negligee'
8:30 A.M. Monday throughTo be a secretary
Girls who try to drive
Cars with heaters
Spiders and porch lights
Saying the wrong thing
Watching the "Candelabra Kid
People who call me "little boy"
Lack of school spirit
Owners of colt peacemakers
People who are late
Crowded school buses
Girls who call me "Honey"
I didn't come to EasternTo have more mo
School buses passing me
"A" in speech
Own a race horse farm
Go up on a DOWN esca
"Analyze a man
Get a '55 Cadillac
Retire early in lite-!l7l
To be a bachelor
To be another Howard
Make good in lite
To be a rich ditch digger
To be richer than
Own most of Fort Knox
Grand Prix Driver
Not hearing Butler during schoolA race music singer
Late run buses
Girls who think they're "it"
To sit on bench with th
To own a harem
Be a bachelor
Own a burlesque show
Graduate from college
A Ford that will outrun
Graduate from college
To start my own Air For
To be a musician
To own a convertible
ney than Jim
Making an "E"
Without a smile
A man hater
Not being ernbarrased
Not being nice
A peanut vendor
With clean bucks
Without Nanine Peak
With long hair
With a 22" waistline
Without his pipe
Not being sweet
Driving a new car
Making an A 'I' in Chemistry
With a beard
Not discussing cars
Without his crash helmet
As a woman hater
Liking the same bay two
Not being polite
With black hair
Nat chewing gum
a '54 Not being a "hot fodder"
A night-club singer
Doing a Rhumba
With short hair
An oil magnate
To get through nurse's trainingWith her mouth closed
Head of Alan Byer's harem Studious
Own Empire State Building Playing the harp
To beat my sister, Dixie, in aWith long block hair
game of cards
Private secretary Being mean
First I8 lines of original pro-To be as tall as Harold Hagan
logue of Chaucer's Canterbury
Too few girls
To sell Brooklyn Bridge
Conceited girls Become pro-baseball player
Tour France a' la bicycle
Not bubbling over
Being a Sailor
An English professor
REMINDS US OF
A Toni ad
A typical high school girl
An ice skater
A little chicken hawk
A cigarette girl
Fuller Brush man
Average college boy
A fashion buyer
God's gift to women
Alice in Wonderland
Dennis the Menace
Southern plantation owner
DILLON, BETTY Io
GROVES, MARY ANN
People who don't talk
People who gripe
Telephone busy signal
People who never giggle
Driving to school
Girls that shoot the line
People who pretend to be w
AMBITION CAN YOU IMAGINE?
Mechanic As a "brain"
Find out why the heck I spentSpeaking in a whisper
my last I2 years in school
Mechanic Not in F. F. A.
Graduate Winning a perfect attendance
To became a nurse
To have a successful life
From the deep South
Nat going to Pleasureville
Success in life
To prepare food like th
To get cr diploma
Get an "A" in Physics
To be great in something
Short and fat
Nat fighting with Bill
ey do in Being 5 ll. toll
A tightrope walker
Not out for sports
hatSee a Republican governor in Wearing size I6
To move back to Nashville
To marry a millionaire
Raise little Band Spons
Sell Yankee Stadium to
Minister or missionary
With nothing to do
Being a ballet dancer
ln a wild frenzy
Not being with Janet
With a northern accent
ors Lady wrestler
Brooklyn Not cutting up in McCIellon's
Not being sincere
Show-offs Be seven feet tall for one dayNot following Baseball
Short boys Marry Rock Hudson Being a politician
Homework To run my fingers through Blowing off
Liberace's curly hair
Dirty ashtrays Get through Senior English Without Julian
A'l-'s To score a touchdown Flunking a class
Giggly girls Marshmallow duster Running dry
Teachers who give tests Be able to buy the Brooklyn Dating girls other than Sherry
People who talk too much Secretary Being practical
Mrs, MeIvin's "minor" themelo graduate from ColoradoWith a harem
papers School of Mines
Riding bus l26 to and fromlfngineer Named Jones
Standing on school bus Graduate Screaming
People who run in the hall To get married Not trustworthy
Squares Career in Armed Forces Getting his homework
Women drivers Be 7 feet tall ln a red Sweater
Unloyal Eastern students Teacher Upset
Typing mistakes Private secretary Fat lady in a circus
People who are late Travel all over the wolrd A sword swallower
Waiting for someone Happy and successful life Playing football
Self-centered people Happiness With a poodle cut
lgnoront Hi-Fi salesmen Electrical engineer A maiorette
People who don't know whatPill roller Missing Sunday School
they want on quick decision
Riding busses Have no troubles Track star
Girls that act s-o-o-o-o helpless Make Mr. Kemp stand in Rudolph Valentino
People who think they areTo graduate Rabbing a bank
better than I
Monday mornings To teach home ec. at WestBeing overweight
Girls who smoke and clriveTo drive a convertible and beOwning a Cadillac
convertibles a soda jerk
"Rich boys" To see all the home footballWith a million dollars
games for the next fifty
Mr, Burke's first period physicsTo own General Motors Without his barbells
Weekend assignments To get four years of collegeDriving mules
before Uncle Sam gets me
Tests on Monday To become a success in business Editor of the Courier Journal
Pal' Hancock Marry a millionaire ln Africa
REMINDS US OF
Public address system
Five o'cIock shadow
Sweet young thing
"Happy go lucky"
Saucy red head
Age of innocence
"Pistol packin' Momma
Cou rt iester
Mexican iumping bean
Sponsor of the Lonely
A band teacher
Casual ladies' man
HIEB, ALFRED Pogo
HATFI ELD, BEVERLY
HOLLIE, JO ANN
HUGH ES, PAT
KENIP, LIDA LEE
KOEN IG, CAROL
SE IOR ROLL
PET PEEVE AMBITION
Study for tests over weekends Beautician
Mean girls To become worthy of my par-
Mr. Burke Owensboro
The girl that the boy I likePhi Delt Housemorther
Gossipy people Missionary
For those driving to have taElectrical engineer
leave school last
Mrs. Melvin's English reports Typing and shorthand teacher
Bock seat drivers To own a new Cadillac con-
Book reports Chemical Engineer
English IV Civil Engineer
Themes Get through college
People who save seals on theM, D,
School buses To own a new red Cadillac
Girls who giggle all the time Te be a mechanical engineer
People who don't like to gooflleat Benny Fryrear in tennis
Chewing gum snappers
Cars without radios
To attend Wake Forest
Member of dusty roads
Men who don't like wamenBe America's best-dressed sece
People who fuss about myGraduote from nurse's training
People who spell my nameGraduate from college of mu-
Football coaches To play first string on same-
People who call me Jean Carol
body's football team
Graduate from college
To be Mrs. O'Bryan
CAN YOU IMAGINE?
Captain of The Queen
Quiet and reserved
Playing in Male's bond
Not in visual aids
Making straight A's
ln a baggy sweater
As a bartender
As a monk
Not helping someone
Nat going steady
Not in love
Without her "fiddle"
Without something to say
Conceited people A house wife Being loud
Conceited girls To be o playboy Writing poetry
Dior Millionaire Without a pencil behind his ear
Life-not the magazine To make a million Without a comeback
Stock cars Industrial designer Acting in Shakespearian plays
Atherton Be Miss America Without Lois
People who pronounce my nameGet through four years of Not sampling other people's
wrong college lunches
Southerners who relight the CivilGraduate lrom Stanford Talkalive
People that don't like hillbillyTo take Golcly Hill's place on
music the Grand Ole Opry.
Back seat drivers like RichardSeven dates a week
Stuck up girls
Fake Southern accents
Girls who fib about dates
Anything above the first floor
To be a teacher
Have a car of my own
Work someplace besides
Te be a hillbilly entertainer
Go to California
To marry o certain Baylor
Buy a Jaguar
U. ol K.
Digest at least one Eastern
Take over Tommy Dorsey's band
Caesar and Macbeth were
bitious, l don't want to make
the sanIe mistake
Move out of Worthington
Not being able to porticipateSuccesstul businessman
White elephants with polka-Become successful in something
To become a librarian
People who hit the lperoxideITo be a psychologist
Boys smarter than I
Go to a neat college
Driving a Crosley
Without her camera
As Eartha Kitts' protege
Not having a man an
Without his guitar
Bragging efficiency expert
Without something nice to say
Letting a year go by without
Not being a cheerleader
As a Republican senator
The shy type
An orchestra conductor
Going to Harvard
Wearing blue-jeans to school
Peroxiding his hair
REMINDS US OF
First grade teacher
Income tax collector
Little Boy Blue
Wild West Cowboy
Old married woman
All-American football player
Trainer for a flea circus
Vice-president of U. S. A.
Little lost girl
A maiden aunt
A tobacco auctianeer
MILLER, .IO ANN
PROFITT, MARY JOYCE
RIXMAN, GEORGIA ANN
RUSSELL, ANNE ELLEN
SE IOR ROLL
I2 o'clock curfews
Riding the school bus
Lack of privileges and respect
for seniors at Eastern
People who pronounce my name
People who stare
Mrs, Melvin's English tests
Being kidded about Fire Depts.
People that don't weigh 245
My '39 Plymouth
Girls with cars
Loud-mouthed study hall teachers
People with 'Io sense of humor
Girls who smoke
French I I
Big, crowded, orange school
Underclassmen in senior home-
People who are unkind to
Giving oral reports
Six weeks papers
A Model A that you have to
People who do not like classical
People who think they are big-
Having to work on game nights
Getting up at 6:30
Getting up to catch the early
Ronnie Metcalf's Ford
Homework on week-ends
People who break promises
A person with a pet peeve
Boys with duck-tail hoircuts
People who throw confetti
Clocks in bedrooms at night
Bus drivers who are early
Not having the car to drive
To knit a pair of argyles
To travel around the world
To be there, just once, at the
Storve in New York
To be an all around person
To quadruple in lsaac's Chevy
To get through nursing
Own a new Ford convertible
To find out who killed
Weigh l9O lbs.
To marry a millionaire
To ioin the Marine Corps
Go over Niagra Falls in
.loin the Army
Go around the world
Run Eastern's lunchroom
Winning pilot in submarine
Professional trumpet player
To sit upon the Boss's lap
To become an attorney
To make an A in Chemisry
To go to dramatic school
To graduate from college
To have a hard luck story
H955 Buick will dot
Graduate from high school
Graduate from college
To see the world
Go to U. of K.
To love and be loved
To be a nurse
To taste the last drop
of Maxwell House Coffee to
see if it is really good
To marry a flyboy
Teach half as well as Mrs.
Secretary and own a Cadillac
Go to the Air Academy
To make A's in college
Air line hostess
Graduate from college
To go to college
To be a Doctor
CAN YOU IMAGINE?
Not spouting German
Wearing a Scotislt kilt
Not being in the
Good News Club
As Marilyn Monroe's stand-in
Being a loudmouth
With green hair
Without a sweet disposition
Not hanging on o fire truck
Playing a piccolo
A ballet instructor
Not being tired
Without his red cap
All-American football player
At the North Pole
Staying at school all day
As Mr, America
ln a diaper
In a Micky Mouse cartoon
Out of trouble
A brilliant conversationalist
Being a politician
With a 42" waist
Without Betty Boardman
Playing Marlon Brando's roles
An Olympic pool player
Being wide awake in Algebra
With a mustache
With John Bunting's physique
With a bold-head
Driving a truck
With straight hair
As Driver-Training teacher
Playing Louis Armstrong's horn
Not talking about flying
As o gold digger
Driving in the Sportsdrome
As a hobo
Being quiet in Psychology
Taking Mrs. Orr'e place
Big game hunter
REMINDS US OF
An old fashioned girl
Little mean bug
Bull in a China Shop
Dr, l. Q.
A wolf in sheep's clothing
Dennis the Menace's mother
Officer in the Sewing Circle
Mouse trap manufacturer
Little Miss Muffet
Home economics teacher
Ticket-seller at a movie
My Friend Irma
A school teacher's wife
Head of Y.W.C.A,
SPARKS, LI NDY
VAN ARSDALE, ELLEN
WI EGAND, JOHN
WILLIAMS, JOAN LEE
ZIBART, JO ANN
English, History, and Math
To be known for my knowledge
of English, History, and Math
People who think they knowAir line hostess
To get a convertible
Studying To see the U. S.
People who "pop" gum To graduate from Baylor
People who take censuses To get along in lite
Riding a school bus
Ist period study lMr.
Homework and tests
Stuck up girls
Girls who blow
To make a success of my life
Own a Cadillac convertible
Gambilllfo catch up on my sleep for
To study in Forestry
Get out of high school
To get a bus to take my
riders to the games
To live in Saskatchewan
To be a teacher
To blow up the Chemistry lab
To make the Beta Club
Go fishing whenever l want to
To see Mr. Kemp standing
in Moron's Alley
Become a millionaire
smoke in myNational Checker Champ
Help the Brooklyn Dodgers
win a World Series
To marry a rich widow
English Quit wearing glasses
1940 Chevrolet and homework Be a mechanical engineer
Work Graduate from U. of K.
Chewing gum To graduate and inherit
Dogs Registered nurse
8:25 to 3:05
To he called
Being 5' 2111"
Empty gas tank
Mr. Kemp's homeroom
Monday mornings in school
Join the Marines
ol To be six feet tall
To be 5' 3" tall
To graduate from college
To direct traffic at the Ranch
A new Cadillac convertible
Always be happy
To have my name spelled right
People who call me "WiIdest"To perfect a subconcious
Peroxide and little
The morning after
People who aren't sincere
thought inducer for learning
Be drama critic on New York
Work for Sotuhern Bell
Annapolis Naval Academy
Be as short as the girls
l go out with
To lead a happy and successful
Listening to Carol Jean's loveTo get through my first
problems year at college
Teachers who call us wartlets To win a boat race
Intercoms To live in peace
Homework See Mr. Kemp playing in a
Last year's 3rd period
To study art
American History class
To play lefttield at
People who call me "little girl"Air line hostess
Own a new Ford
CAN YOU IMAGINE?
As a prima ballerina
Winning a debate
With horns and a pitchfork
An old maid
Driving an old ialopy
At submarine races
Not wrecking his car
Not on some committee
As a gambler
As ia car hop
Being stuck up
Not in the Chemistry lah.
As a ditch digger
Dating Marilyn Monroe
A bad sport
Not on the tennis team
Being in a hurry
As a floor walker
As a great olator
Without a date
Nat worrying about letters
from U, of K.
A bird collector
With Frank Sinatra's build
On a diet
Typing 90 words a minute
A cautious driver
Mad at someone
As a janitor
Not being friendly to everyone
Being short and tat
Without a wisecrack
Not liking C. B,
Wild and reckless
Coming to school without
Not being tempermental
Spauting the Einstein theory
Principal ot Eastern
ln a slinky black formal
Not combing her hair
Being the first Senior
REMINDS US OF
Max on Milton Berle's show
Little Bo Peep
Mr. District Attorney
Crazy mixed up kid
An executive's wife
Suger 'n spice 'n everything
A punchy fighter
An Aunt Bonnie
Red Riding Hood
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MRS. ARMEALIA ARMSTRONG
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Third Row: Garnett Brown, Cora Broyles,
Fourth Row: Jimmy Burns, Bolo Burns,
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Fifth Row: Myrna Carroll, Bill Carter,
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Sixth Row: Lois Clifford, Diane Cobb,
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Second Row: Dave Haycraft, Dudley Haupt, Julian Heath, Jay Helmers, Mary
Jane Heltsley, George Henderman.
Third Row: Beverly Hester, Rodney Hester, Ruth Hodges, Ann Hoffman, Jim
Holiday, Bettie Hensley.
Fourth Row: Randal Hunter, Dan Jenkins, Bob Jackson, Gerald Jackson, Mary
Lawrence lrwin, Ronnie Howard.
Fifth Row: Don Johnson, Pat Johnson, Judy Jones, Nancy Jones, Katie Jonte,
Sixth Row: Latona Kaelin, Jack Karlen, Sherry Keith, Charles Kellis, Richard
Kelly, Harcourt Kemp.
Seventh Row: Judy Kilroy, Carl Kimmel, Bennie King, Ronald Kittle, Gail Knight,
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First Row: Nancy Lawrenson, Thurman Lear, Betsy Leathers, Betty Lewis, Evelyn
Laurent, Martha Belle Lock.
Second Row: Margie Lotze, Marilyn Lyvers, Kae McConnell, Lane McCroskey,
Tommy McGloshen, Dudley Mclver.
Third Row: Jackie McKinney, Conrad Maloney, Sandra Mattson, Sue Mandeen,
Barbara Marr, Marshall Eldred.
Fourth Row: Woody Marshall, Bobby Martin, Nancy Mayrose, Avis Medlock,
Ted Merhoff, Kitty Messmer.
Fifth Row: Ronnie Metcalf, Betty Milburn, Tommy Miles, Doris Miller, Shirley
Miles, Pat Miller.
Sixth Row: Howard Moffett, Gary Moneypenny, David Montioy, Phyllis Moore,
Pat Moore, Charles Morgan.
Seventh Row: Susie Morgan, Ronnie Morrison, Judy Mosher, Marilyn Muir, Wesley
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Second Row: Da
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Third Row: Marlene Pitzer, Judy Purdy, Mabel Pollitt, Rose Ann Povey, Harold
Ramage, Raymond Ramsey.
Fourth R ow:
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Routon, Andrew Russell.
Fifth Row: Barbara Reeser, James Rueff, Dennis Riley, Marilyn Robertson, Kenneth
h Row: Gary Russell, Margaret Rust, Jane St. Ledger, Marion Sandefur,
Sandra Sanford, Sherry Schornberg.
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First Row: Nancy Shepard, Shirley Shields, Carol Shields, Peggy Ann Shewmaker,
Virginia Singleton, Harriet Smith.
Second Row: Linda Smith, Judy Smith, Stewart Smyth, William Schmutz, Robert
Schneider, Bill Spencer.
Third Row: Judy Ann Spencer, Pat Spink, Sharon Stamper, Mary Ann Steiner,
Ronnie Stokes, Jimmy Straub.
Fourth Row. Woody Stroupe, Fred Sowder, Jim Tarr, Bill Taylor, Walt Test,
Fifth Row: Lula Thomas, James Thomas, Mary Ann Thompson, Bob Thompson,
Rance Thompson, Sylvia Thompson.
Sixth Row: Jimmy Tichenor, Dot Tilley, Meredith Towner, Donna Troutman, Joyce
Trautwein, Baker Truman.
Seventh Row: Barbara Turner, Bert Van Arsdale, Margaret Vaughn, Roland
Wade, Ronnie Waford, Virginia Walker.
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First Row: Shirley Wallace, Wade Wearren, Fred Welther, Janet Welther, Charles
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Second Row: Martha Westwood, Norma Wheeler, Sam Whittaker, Gillis White
Ann Williams, Archie Willis.
Third Row: Basil Willis, Henry Willman, Annabelle Wilson, Marlene Wilson,
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Fourth Row: Katherine Wood, Skip Young, Richard Young, Tom Young, Joyce
Zibarf, Jesse Zimmerman.
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Seated: Ann Wiley, Secretary, Barney Long, President, Cooper Lilly, Treasurer,
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First Row: Danny Abbott, Betty Adams, James Adkins, Larry Alt, David Allen,
Second Row: Margaret Allen, Tom Ameyette, Mary Anderson, Allen Arrington,
JoAnn Athington, Jane Ballard.
Third Row: Gene Baird, Jack Baird, Linda Banta, Henrietta Barnett, Harold
Becker, Ted Behle.
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First Row: Elizabeth Bishop, Earle Bishop, Jennie Blakeman, Shirley Blankenbaker,
Barbara Blanton, Elizabeth Blanton.
Second Row: Eugene Blanton, Margie Bloom, George Bogard, Phillip Bogle,
Archie Boston, Joan Bowles.
Third Row: Mary Bradbury, Corrinne Brady, Larry Branch, Bonnie Brooker, Tommy
Brooks, Susan Brown.
Fourth Row: Tom Brown, Babara Bryant, John Burckel, Elaine Byassee, Betty
Byron, Carol Cardwell.
Fifth Row: Iva Catlett, Laurel Kaufman, Margaret Keidel, Barbara Cissell, Russell
Childress, Rhoda Chism.
Sixth Row: Jordon Clay, Barbara Clark, Walter Clark, Betty Cleveland, Billy
Cobb, Joan Coffee.
Seventh Row: Bob Colgan, Janet Collier, Bill Collins, Dixie Colyer, Jennye Cooke,
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First Row: Martha Crouch, Betty Crowe, Tommy Crumpton, Bob Cummins, Ronald
Curry, Robert Davidson.
Second Row: Dan Davis, Bob Day, Juanita De Jarnatt, David Demarest, Robert
Deppen, Christine Derhefer.
Third Row: Louis Dolt, John Doninger, Mary Dunlap, Harold Dupin, Kay Duer,
Fourth Row: Pat Edwards, Bob Elmore, Barbara Engle, David Falk, Sandra
Fisher Ronnie Foltz.
Fifth Row: Anne Ford, Alex Forrester, Janet Fritz, Hollie Funkhouser, Carol Fust,
Sixth Row: Gary Gerst, Marion Gaddie, Virginia Ghee, Carol Gittings, Susie
Glenn, Ellen Mc Glon.
Seventh Row: Easter Goins, Mitzi Goerner, Jo Ann o
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First Row: Anna Green, Sherry Greene, Pete Griffin, Jean Hack, lrvin Hack,
Second Row: Nancy Hall, Ellyn Hamilton, Ann Hammond, Kenneth Harbison,
Sherry Hardesty, John Harp.
Third Row: Ronnie Harrington, Jean Hartmann, Ann Harvey, Tim Hays, Nancy
Hays, Bob Heady.
Fourth Row: Doris Heheman, Linda Heinlein, Jim Henderson, Virginia Herr,
Priscilla Hewitt, Bobby Heib.
Fifth Row: Judy Hicks, Harriet Hill, Dorothy Hite, Clyde Holloway, Bob Holzapfel,
Sixth Row: Beverly Hoock, Melinda Hook, Shirley Horsley, Leilah Houchin, Dennis
Howard, Pat Howard.
Seventh Row: Hudson Clay, Sue Hudson, Bill Hughes, Alan Hund, Shirley
Hundley, Viola Hundley,
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First Row: Lana Irwin, Bobby Johnson, Dianne Johnson, Donna Johnson, Margaret
Johnson, Janet Justin.
Second Row: Bill Jones, Bill Jones, Glenn Johnson, Dottie Jarvis, June Jaggers,
Third Row: Wally Keltner, Mildred Kemp, Martha Keller, Jimmy Kemp, Frank
Kimmel, Melvil King.
Fourth Row: Martha King, Bobby Koehler, Carolyn Kolter, Bobbie Koons, Linda
Knoop, Bill Ladusaw.
Fifth Row: Sue Laffan, William Langford, Henry Leathers, Lynn Ledford, David
Leiman, Tommy Leis.
Sixth Row: Margie Lewis, Susie Lewis, Cooper Lilly, Bill Litkenhouse, Dale Long,
Seventh Row: Martha Loran, Dan Lorenz, Larry Lose, Charles Lutes, Patty Marilla,
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First Row: James Mardis, Frank Master, Carmen Mathis, Jack Mayer, Jean
McConnell, Charles McLaughan.
Second Row: Anne McMichael, Beverly Miller, Myron Miller, Richard Miller,
Barbara Minrath, Robert Moore.
Third Row: Carolyn Moore, Judith Moore, Leona Moore, Robert Moore, Pat
Monohan, Linda Morris.
Fourth Row: Judy Morgan, Judy Neill, Edward Newton, Kenneth Niemeier, Patsy
O'Bryan, Michael Oliphant.
Fifth Row: Angerear Ormsby, Donna Orrell, Robert Owen, Suzanne Owen,
Donna Pardo, Robert Pegge.
Peloff, Goldie Peters.
Sixth Row: David Perry, Kathryn Perkins, John Pepper, Lynn Penick, James
Seventh Row: George Pearce, Sharron Pierce, Norma P
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Second Row: Darlene Riddle, Linda Redmond, Roger Reichmuth, Tommy Reitmeier,
Russell Rhea, Beverly Richardson.
Third Row: Vivian Ridgeway, Judy Rogers, Joy Roberts, Harriet Robertson, Louis
Roos, Melinda Rosenbaum.
Fourth Row: Ned Russell, Henry Saam, James Satterly, Mary Satterly, Judy
Saunders, Carol Seaton.
Fifth Row: Ben Shawler, Ruth Sheehan, Ruby Shepherd, Carol Schornberg,
Stuart Shuster, Mike Schaefer.
Sixth Row: Barbara Scheer, Barbara Schlipt, Marion Sidebottom, Lloyd Simpson,
Jerry Simpson, Chris Skaggs.
Seventh Row: Alford Slack, John Slack, Carolyn Smith, Mary Smith, Thomas
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Second Row: Charles Staples, Nancy Steadman, Carroll Steele, Nancy Steiner,
Bonnie Stevens, Gwendolyn Stoops. , 1
Third Row: Darlene Stoups, Donald Straub, Ronald Straub, Charles Stone, Carl
Sundberg, Robert Sumner.
Fourth Row: Eddie Sommer, John Sutherland, Bettie Ann Swann, Betty Swann,
David Taylor, Mary Tate.
Fifth Row: Nancy Thomas, Louie Thompson, Shirley Thompson, Robert Thompson,
Anne Thorn, Sandra Threlkeld.
Sixth Row: Nancy Tollison, Carolyn Trigg, Gerry Troutman, David Tucker, George
Tyler, Larry Van Gundy.
Seventh Row: Judy Vance, JoAnn Vest, Linda Wallace, Ann Warren, James
Washburn, Billy Wearran.
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Second Row: Doris Whitlow, Patricia Whitworth, Ann Wiley, Keith Wilke, James
Wilson, John Wilson.
Third Row: Marilyn Wilson, Richard Wilson, Barbara Williams, Betty Williams,
Danny Williams, Kenneth Williams.
Fourth Row: Floyd Willson, Bob Wimburn, Edward Wirth, Joe Wise,
Fifth Row: Martha Wright, Don Wurmser, Frank Wylie, Carl Young.
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Seated: Connie Pack, Secretary, Boonie Sutherland, President.
Standing: Richard Thomas, Sergeant-at-arms, Earl Long, Treasurer, Boots Durham,
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George Bentley, Buddy Black.
Second Row: Patsy Blair, Cora Bland, Eddie Bowles, Jule Bowman, Carol Bren-
ner, Beverly Brentlinger.
Third Row: Mary Brentlinger, Charles Brinley, Bill Brooks, Lyn Brown, Gilbert
Bryant, Judith Buechele.
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Second Row: Ann Clark, Ruth Combest, Alice Cullinan, Mable Campbell, Ricky
Dawson, Jimmy Dever.
Third Row: Eddy Donaldson, Martha Dulin, Sam Durham, Linda Drew, Nancy
Drew, Barbara Eddleman.
Fourth Row: Mary Elkins, Barbara Ensminger, Bill Fane, Lydia Fightmaster, Betty
Foster, Thomas French.
Fifth Row: Judy Gottbrath, Velma Gorbrandt, Emilie Goodlett, Kenneth Gilpin,
Mary Garrett, Janice Fuchs.
Sixth Row: Sam Gover, Carroll Gowens, Barbara Graves, Judy Hahn, Maya
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Seventh Row: Betty Hammack, Robert Harris, Mary Harrison, Marcia Haworth,
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Second Row: Rita Harrod, Mildred Hite, Margie Hoofnel, Emery Hoskins, Ronald
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Third Row: Diane Kaestner, Kristie Kincaid, R. C. King, Mary Kite, John Lamar,
Fourth Row: JoAnn Lawson, Wanda Likes, Earl Long, David Lose, Kenneth
Lowry, Barbara Lynam.
Fifth Row: Sue McComis, Kent McConnell, Peggy Marksbury, Frances Mattingly,
Tom Maze, Faye Miller.
Sixth Row: John Millar, James Meisner, Kenneth Mitchell, Marion Morgan, Reed
Moore, John Martell.
Seventh Row: Betty Neal, Connie Pack, Eddie Parsons, Barbara Pearce, Betty
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Fourth Row: Juanita Smith
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Fifth Row: Fred Stutzenberger, Boonie Sutherland, Mary Swetnam, Darril Taylor,
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Second Row: Alice Blair, Jimmy Blair, Beverly Blevens, Leon Bolin, Martha Bonds,
Third Row: Wayne Bradley, Glen Bradley, Burke-en Bradburn, Nancy Branam,
Joan Brenner, Carl Brown.
Fourth Row: Sandra Brown, Huston Broyles, Patti Bryant, Patsy Buckner, Judy
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Fifth Row: Barbara Carfield, Kirby Carman, Ronald Cassity, Winston Chamber-
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Sixth Row: Larry Conrad, John Cowan, Ollie Colyer, Jean Crask, Betty Crick,
Seventh Row: Wade Davinport, Christine Davis, Billy Dearner, David Donaldson,
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Fifth Row: Ronnie Hatch, Mary Hatfield, Wendell Hawes, Carol Harp, Jerry
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Sixth Row: Arthur Hite, Bobby Hines, Billy Hill, Marilyn Henderickson, David
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Seventh Row: Faye Howard, Carol Hubrich, Ann Hunt, Anita Jamison, Billy John-
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Second Row: Michael Manus, Ralph Marksbury, Calvin McComis, Lynne Man-
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Third Row: Larry Miller, Billy Mitchell, Julia Miller, Babs Monroe, Jerry Morris,
Fourth Row: Ronald Mc Leod, Janice McQuillen, Charles Murphy, Phillip Myers,
Faye Neal, Gene Owens.
Fifth Row: Carter Ormsby, Mary Perkins, Patricia Phillips, Woody Phillips, Clara
Pierce, Daryll Powell.
Sixth Row: Bonnie Price, Loretta Pruitt, Alice Ragan, Ray Rafferty, Doris Renile,
Seventh Row: Neal Renfrow, JoAnn Reynolds, George Riley, Frances Risinger,
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Second Row: Nancy Scott, Ann Skaggs, Brenda Smith, Fran Spears, Billy Stanley,
Third Row: Patsy Strieble, Tommy Sutherland, Bill Swan, Sue Thompson, Bobbie
Trigg, Lena Triplett.
Fourth Row: Phillip Tyler, Joe Varble, Cleo Vincent, Cova Vincent, Doris Waltz,
Fifth Row: Donnie Walker, Elizabeth Walker, Ronnie Walker, David Waters,
Gail Weakly, Martha Weber.
Sixth Row: Doris White, Theresa Williams, Ronald Williams, Louis Williams,
Ernest Wilson, Loren Woodson.
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Second Row: John Blakeman, Taylor Bolin, Paulda Boyd, Burlene Bradburn, Carol
Bradly, Jean Brinley.
Third Row: Joan Brooks, Dorothy Brown, Bobby Bruce, Bruce Campbell, Shirley
Campbell, Mary Carpenter.
Fourth Row: Barbara Chandler, Richard Chilton, Danny Ciresi, Byron Claghorn,
David Clark, Joyce Clark.
Fifth Row: Willie Colyer, Jerry Combest, Peyton Corby, Billy Copper, Lenada
Culver, Michael Daniels.
Sixth Row: Billy Davis, Charles Dean, Janie Dorset, Jim Douglass, Edna Duff,
Seventh Row: Charles Elkins, Eloice Ells, Eleanor Ernest, Barbara Fendley, Judy
Ford, Doris Franklin.
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Second Row: Shirley Goodeth, Peter Graves, Carlena Grimes, Arthur Hadden,
Michael Hardin, Ronald Hardin.
Third Row: Sherman Harris, Jerry Hawles, Donald Hatch, Victor Hayden, Gwyn
Haynes, Billy Heady.
Fourth Row: John Heaton, Donald Henson, Mary Henson, William Hedges, Perry
Hershbruner, Alex Hottell.
Fifth Row: Lana Hoofnel, Frank Hoskins, Pat Hundley, Harry Hunt, Bobby lssacs,
Sixth Row: Douglas Johnson, Kenneth Jones, Betty Kaelin, Jerry Keys, Juanita
King, Vinson Lands.
Seventh Row: Scottie Lay, Mary Lay, Helen Lewis, Susan Lindenmeyer, William
Loyall, Barbara Lynn.
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Daniel Miller, Robert Miller.
Second Row: Ruby Miller, Wanda Monroe, Barbara Moore, Ray Moore, Edward
Morgan, Alma Mueller.
Third Row: Joyce Murphy, Virginia Neal, JoAnn Nicklies, Roger Orrell, Jeff
Page, Leonard Phillips.
Fourth Row: Johnny Pierce, Gerald Pruitt, Charles Quinetts, James Rafferty,
James Richardson, La Verne Ridgeway.
Fifth Row: Arthur Sayers, James Seppenfield, Donald Sheehan, James Sleadd,
Theo Smith, Beniamine Stallard.
Sixth Row: Anita Staples, Pat Sterling, Kenneth Sorrell, William Smith, Billy
Streible, Alice Sutherland.
Seventh Row: Martha Sutherland, Tandy Swink, Don Taylor, Dennis Taylor,
Ronald Teaford, Paul Thomas.
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Paul Watts, Robert Watts.
Second Row: Norman Whemes, Wallace Wheeler, Roxie White, Mary White,
Mary Wibbles, Chester Wilson.
Third Row: Thomas Williams, Bonnie Williams, Richard Williams, Ageline Wyatt,
Geraldine Wyatt, Charles Yager.
Fourth Row: Vonda Zoring.
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National Honor Society
Pictured: Gay Witte, Treasurer, Lanier Anderson, Secrelaryp Kent McMalh
President, Kay McCurdy, Vice-President, Mrs. Marjorie Melvin, Sponsor.
Joan Lee Williams
To recognize scholarship,
Jo Ann Cornelle
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leadership, service, and character
Berl Van Arsdale
Jane Sl. ledger
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Pictured: Mrs. Ruth Pardon, Sponsor, Jack Tarr, Treasurer, Lounette Humphrey,
Secretaryg Kent McMath, Vice Presidentg Nelson Joyner, President.
Purpose: To promote citizenship and leadershipg encourage fellowship and
cooperation: reward effort and echievementi inspire honesty and tolerance.
Mary Agnes Baker
Betty Ann Bennet
Betty Jo Dillon
Ann Emmart 'P
Mary Lawrence lrwin
Kae Mc Connell
Kay Mc Curdy
Tom Mc Gloshen
Patsy Ann Moore
Rose Ann Povey
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Jane St. Ledger
Bert Van Arsdale
Joan Lee Williams
Jo Ann Zibart
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Seated: Mrs. Bettye Stull, Sponsorg Mrs. Helen Daniel, Sponsor.
Standing: Dudley Haupt, Vice-Presidentg Virginia Caswell, Scribe Joan Lee
Williams, Secretaryg Vicki Arrington, Presidentg Chip Miller, Treasurer.
Purpose: To promote interest and skill in the dramatic arts.
Mrs. Bettye Dean Stull
Mrs. Helen F. Daniel
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Standing: Steve lsaacs,, President, George Logan, Vice President.
Purpose: To develop in the student a growing appreciation of membership
in a democracy.
Joan Lee Williams
Mary Frances Wibbels
Patricia Lou Sterling
Mrs. Jane Scalzo Wm. K. Pennebaker
Mr. Clifford J. Mayer Mrs. Betty McMullen
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The Latin Club
Seated: Miss Hendy Lee Hamilton, Sponsorg Janet Welther, Treasurer Gay
Witte, Presidentg Winkie Wimbish, Secretary.
Standing: Ben Gratzer, Sergeant-at-Armsg John Doninger, Vice-President, Bob
Joan Lee Williams
Bert Van Arsdale
Esta Mae Goerner
Purpose: To encourage an interest in the civilization and culture of ancient Greece
Jane St. Ledger
Mary Doer Perkins
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Bettie Jo Ray
Barbara Jean Smith
Mary Lou Garrett
Caryl Jean Johnson
Flora Mc llwain
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Nan Norris, Treasurer.
Standing: Betty Lewis, Recording Secretary, Cooper Lilly ,Vice President, Charles
Crabtree, Seargent-at-Arms, Gary Gerst, Seargent-at-Arms.
Purpose: To promote interest in Spanish and Spanish-speaking
Charles Mc Laughlin
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Seated: Ann Eagles,
Purpose: To promote interest in
Mary Lawrence Irwin
Martha Sue Lewis
Ellen Van Arsdale
Vice President, Joan Damato, President, Lanier Anderson,
and knowledge of the French people,
Anne Mc Michael
Mary J. Profitt
Anne Ellen Russell
Alice Louise Moffett
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language and culture.
Jane St. Ledger
Jo Ann Zibart
The German Club
Seated Judy Bryson, Secretary.
Standing Kent McMath, Vice-President: Miss Anita Boss, Sponsor, Tom McGloshen,
Treasurer Ronnie Waford, President.
Purpose To maintain interest in the German language annd culture.
Page One hundred fifteen
Seated: Joan Lee Williams, Secretary, Mrs. Marguerite Lockard, sponsor
Standing: Jim Tarr, Curtis Moore, Members of the Executive Committee
Purpose: To create better human relationships, to encourage personal cltlzenshl
responsibility, and to discover, develop and supply the moral and spiritual values
inherent in the democratic way of life.
Joan Lee Williams
Page One hundred sixteen
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Seated: Judy Neill, Vice-President, Ruth Triplett, Secretary, Sara
Treasurer, Mrs. Waugh, Sponsor, Jim Adkins, Sergeant-at-Arms.
Standing: Ned Russell, President. '
Purpose: To promote an interest in the history and culture of mathematics.
Mary Agnes Baker
Kay Powers '
Mary Lou Garrett
First Row: Linda Smith, Secretary, Nancy Steadman, Treasurer, Miss Doris
Willson, Sponsor. 1
. Second Row: Mrs. Helen Brown, Sponsor, Sharon Stamper, Vice-President Dixie
Robinson, Reporter, Mary Agnes Baker, President.
Purpose: To improve library service and to stimulate greater library interest
Page One hundred seventeen
American unior Red Cross
Pictured: Nancy Haye, Secretary-Treasurerg Lindy Sparks, Presidentg Carol Jean,
Vice-Presidentg Miss Sara Lamb, Sponsor.
Purpose: To promote interest and appreciation for the Red Cross.
Betty Jo Dillon
Mary Joyce Profitt
Page One hundred eighteen
Ruth Ann Thomas
Mary Lou Garrett
g Eagle Staff
Seated: Jack Tarr, Editor, Kay McCurdy, Editor, Dan Millott, Editor.
Standing: Paul Gibson, Sports Editor, Marilyn Lyvers, Managing Editor, Judy
Hardesty, News Editor, Dudley Haupt, Business Manager, Mabel Pollit, Feature Editor,
Kathy Kern, Activities, Beverly Hatfield, News Editor, Mr. Charles Ruter, Sponsor.
Purpose: To keep our readers well informed on intellectual, educational, and
DAN MI LLOTT
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JUDY HARD ESTY
MR. CHARLES M. RUTEF
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Purpose: To promote art in the school and create an appreciation of good art
Jo Ann Zibart
Carla Sue Allgeier
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Larry Van Gundy
The Good News Club
Seated: Priscilla Hewitt.
Standing: Chip Miller, Barbara Hays, Nancy Hays, Jim Adkins, Phil Falk, Ronnie
Harrington, Barbara Clark, Iva Catlett, Mr. Shields, Sponsor.
Purpose: to provide a Christian witness on the High School campus.
Alice Louise Moffett
Page One hundred twenty-one
Ephraim McDowell Science Society
Pictured: Dan Millott, Vice-President, Ann Eagles, Secretary, Jim Morris,
President, David Straub, Treasurer, Miss Edith Wood, Sponsor.
Purpose: To promote interest in science and to provide enjoyment through science.
Jo Ann Cornelte
Page One hundred twenty-two
Jane St. Ledger
Bert Van Arsdale
Future Teachers of America
Seated: Carol Smith, Secretaryg Pat Roache, Vice-Presidentg
President, Peggy Karem, Treasurer.
Standing: Mr. Robert Neill, Sponsor.
Purpose: To expose students to the teaching profession through experience
in the school.
Mary Lou Watts
Mary Agnes Baker
Mary Lou Garrett
Ann Ellen Russell
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Jo Ann Zibart
Business Education Club
Seated: Miss Sarah Lamb, Sponsor, Mr. Irvin Gish, Sponsor, Mrs. Janeice
Davenport, Sponsor, Pat Moore, President.
Standing: Carol Jean, Historian, Barbara Hays, Treasurer, Mary Agnes Baker,
Purpose: To establish an inter-relationship between the school and business firms,
to help raise the goals of individuals entering business fields and to improve the
school business courses through more interest.
Patsy Ann Moore
Mary Jane Heltsley
Dolly Fitzgerald .
Shirley Miles V
Mary Ann Steiner
Rose Ann Povey
Mary Ann Thompson
Mary A. Baker
Lois Kreamer -
Mary Perkins ,.
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Barbara Sue Hays
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Purpose: To serve and aid the
faculty and students.
Front Row: Carol Axton, Gordon Ford, Beverly Hatfield, Marietta King.
Back Row: Ann Brasfield, Mrs. Gladys Steadman, Barbara Marr, Margie Lotze,
Carol Jean, Mrs. Catherine Culver, Pat Moore.
Not Pictured: Jerry Gameltoft, Gayle Beuhne, Jo Ann Zibart.
Purpose: To facilitate utilization
of audio and visual teaching aids.
Sue Ann Burwinkle
Audio-Visual Aids Staff
Left to right: Judy Bryson, Mary Anderson, Bonnie Wilson, Madge Florence ,Janet
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Future Farmers of America
Seated: William Schmutz, Vice-President: Bobby Littrell, President Ronnie Gaddle,
Secretary: George Henderman, Reporter.
Standing: Mr. John Gambill, Sponsor, Marvin Bowles ,Treasurer, Christy Zeltz,
Purpose: To train for farm leadership.
Caywood Pen n ington
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Pictured: Pat Moore, Reporter, Kay Powers, Secretary-Treasurer, Larry Lose,
President: Barbara Edwards, Song Leader.
Purpose: To make the best better.
Shirley Ann Thompson
Mary Jo Harrison
Kent Mc Connell
Mary Long Carpenter
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Mary F. Wibbels
Sponsor: Mrs. Poulter
unior Conservation Club
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Mr. Lawrence Gamble, Sponsor.
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Seated: Walt Test, President, Letitia Knoeller, James Test.
Standing-First Row: Carter Ormsby, Lynn Claxton, Louis Williams, Mr. James
Standing-Second Row: Charles Hines, Pat Johnson, Fred Finger, Basil Willis,
Purpose: To promote interest
of it to all
in photography and to teach the basic principles
Mary Ann Hancock
Louis A. Williams
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Mary Frances Mattingly
Ruth Ann Sheehan
Bettie Jo Ray
Sallie Louise Cheatham
Juanita De Jarnott
Mary Ann Groves
Carol Jean Regenauer
Mary Jane Heltsley
Jo Ann Hollie
Lida Lee Kemp
Rose Ann Povey
Faculty Sponsor: Miss jane Trinkle
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Mary Lou Watts
Barbara Jean Turner
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Rose Ann Pavey
Barbara Jean Turner
Mary Lou Watts
Sallie Louise Cheatham
Juanita De Jarnott
Mary Ann Groves
Carol Jean Regenauer
Sponsor: Miss Jane Trinkle
Mary Frances Mattingly
Ruth Ann Sheehan
Bettie Jo Ray
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Mary Jane Heltsley
Jo Ann Hollie
Lida Lee Kemp
Sponsor: Miss Jane Trinkle
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Mary Jane Heltsley
jo Ann Hollie
Lida Lee Kemp
Rose Ann Povey
Barbara Jean Turner
Mary Lou Watts
Faculty Sponsor: Miss Jane Trinkle
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Carol Ann Bradley
:R Barbara Bryant
Glen Ed Bradley
R. C. King
Carol Ann Pace
Mary Lou Carpenter
Mary Lou Garrett
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denotes section leader
Eastern High Orchestra
COR AN GLAIS :
Mr. William Wilson-Conductor
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Officers: Brad Broecker, Treasurerg Mildred Kemp, Secretaryg Bobby Thomale,
Vice-Presidentg Jerry Goeth, President.
Purpose: To promote interest and understanding of music.
Lida Lee Kemp
Ellen Mc Glon
Jo Ann Cornett
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Jane St. Ledger
SY ORT S
Emmell Gorunflo David Aspy
HEAD FOOTBALL COACH ASSISTANT FOOTBALL COACH
HEAD BASKETBALL COACH
and BASKETBALL COACH
Hal Taylor Riley Lassiter
ASSISTANT FOOTBALL COACH ASSISTANT FOOTBALL COACH
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
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First Row: Benny Fryrear, Richard Ewing, John Bunting, Bob Baughman, John
Weigand, Ralph Judd, Wade Wearren, Gary Tabb, Jim Bate, Danny Neubauer, Harry
Brown, Jerry Colston, Hugh Durham.
Second Row: Raymond Ramsey, Bobby Martin, Frank Wiley, Bob Sproul, Mike
Hook, Steve Isaacs, Dan Millott, Jim Lindenmeyer, Ronnie Georgehead, Tommy Young.
Third Row: Barney Long, John Donninger, Bob Carey, Tommy Reitmeyer, Raleigh
Lane, Gary Russell, Jim Tichenor, Tommy McGloshan, Gary Moneypenny.
Fourth Row: Bob Cummins, Ned Beatty, Louis Roos, Wesley Nail, Cooper Lilly,
Fifth Row: Danny Ross, Sam Gover, Woody Ormsby, Carl Kimmel, Elwood
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
JERRY COLSTON, Co-Captain BEN FRYREAR, Co-Captain HUGH DURHAM, Co-Captain
Fullback Guard Halfback
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NED BEATTY RAYMOND RAMSEY CARL KIMMEL
Center Tackle End
STEVE ISAACS WADE WEARREN MIKE HOOK
Tackle Guard Guard
wEsLsY NAIL rom Youmo JOHN WIEGAND
Fullback Tackle TUCHQ
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BOB SPROUL JIM LINDENMEYER GARY MONEYPENNY
GUUl'd Holfback Halfback
JIM TICHENOR BOB MARTIN ELWOOD STROUPE
End Tackle Center
COOPER LILLY DAN NEUBAUER HARRY BROWN
Guard End Quarterback
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GARY TABB RALPH JUDD GARY RUSSELL
Hulfback Fullback Quarterback
JIM BATE RICHARD EWING DAN MILLOTT
Hclfhack End End
JOHN BUNTING BOB BAUGHMAN
Page One hundred forty-two
HIGHLIGHTS OF 1954
ln the middle of August with sixteen lettermen returning from last year,
coaches Goranflo, Aspy, Hoke, Lassiter, and Taylor started putting the 1954 Eastern
Eagles through their paces to meet their initial foe, Manual.
The first game of the '54 season proved the Manual single wing power too
much for the inexperienced Eagles. The first half showed neither team leading, but
in the third quarter Manual's Mike Hemmer scored six points on a 60 yard run and
then added the point. Manual's second touchdown came in the fourth quarter with
Hemmer again scoring and again adding the point. On the kickoff Hugh Durham
went all the way from his five yard lineto make the final score l4-6.
The following week the Eagles met Atherton at Manual Stadium. With both
teams playing a poor first half, Atherton scored first with a drive late in the third
quarter. The conversion was blocked by Ralph Judd and it was 6-O, The score seemed
to wake up the Eagles, and in a very short time Judd scored on a 40-yard run. After
Nail made the conversion, the final score was 7-6.
The Southern game, the first to be played on the Eagles' home field, will linger
long in the memory of Eastern fans. With Colston and Ewing both scoring and Nail
kicking both the conversions, Eastern beat Southern l4-O.
On the first of October Eastern met the Shawnee Indians on the E. H. S. home
field. The Indians marched down to the one foot line where the drive stalled. Fifteen
plays later, Durham passed to Colston for the T. D. The try for the point was missed
and the score was 6-O at the half. In the second half Eastern put on a terrific offensive
showing with Durham, Colston, and Tabb scoring once each and Ewing scoring twice.
Shawnee scored once, and Eastern won 40-6.
The following week the Eagles met favored Valley at Valley. The two teams
played evenly until one minute and fifteen seconds were left in the first quarter. At this
IUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
First Row: Danny Ross, Eddie Wirth, Bobby Cummins, Jimmy Keys, Billy Mason,
Boonie Sutherland, Bootes Durham, Bobby Totten, David Harden.
Second Row: Danny Abbott, Louis Roos, Hugh Slack, Jack Karlan, Preston Sumner,
Bob Yates, Carroll Gowens, Charles Lutes, Tommy French.
Third Row: Frank Wylie, Ronnie Curry, Steve Hager, Bill Wearren, Bill Jones,
Gary Gerst, Bob Johnson, Ray Gilpin, Buddy Black.
Fourth Row: Sam Gover, Barney Long, Tommy Reitmeier, John Doninger, John
Slack, Larry Sproules, Don Lorenz, Norman Veech, Bob Carey, Earl Long.
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time Durham passed to Colston in the end zone, Nail converted and the scoreboard
read 7-O. Eastern scored in the second quarter when Durham tossed a touchdown pass
to Ewing making the score 13-O. Valley couldn't make yardage they kicked, and a few
plays later Durham scored from the Valley eight. The point was good. With only two
minutes and seventeen seconds remaining in the half, Valley scored to make it 20-6.
Early in the second half Durham went around end for another touchdown. A pass
from Valley's Mackin to Laysfield went for the T, D., and the score was 26-13. After
the Valley score, Russell and Tabb both scored to make a 38-13 upset.
On the fifteenth of October the Eagles, on their new field, won the County
Football Championship for the third time in five years. The win over Fern Creek was
the fifth straight win for the Eagles, and the third straight win over county foes.
Eastern easily won 25-O with Colston and Durham both scoring twice.
The Eagles next foe was Boone County at Florence. The team from E, H. S.
played an easy game, winning 28-O, with Ewing, Kimmel, Tabb, and Durham scoring
touchdowns and John Weigand scoring a safety for their poorly earned win.
The twenty-ninth of October the Eagles met the Lafayette Generals from
Lexington. The "Big Blue" got off to a rousing start when Durham raced 64 yards
for the score on the third play from scrimmage. A few plays later Ewing intercepted
a pass and returned it to the Lafayette five yard stripe. Two plays later Tabb powered
over, and the score was T4-O. The Generals scored two quick touchdown, and the
score was tied at the half l4-l-4. In the second half Eastern completely dominated
play and won easily 28-l4.
On the fourth of November with a string of seven victories behind them, Eastern
met Male, a perennial city powerhouse, at Maxwell Stadium, Male scored first on a
sustained drive after taking the kickoff. The Eagles then got back in the game with a
61 yard pass play from Durham to Colston. After that it was iust an exchange of
touchdowns, with Colston, Durham, and Tabb scoring for the Eagles. Male finally
The i954 season has been the most successful one ever known to Eastern fans,
with the Eagles winning seven and losing only two. Individual honors go to Jerry
Colston and Hugh Durham, who both made All Jefferson County and All State
Honorable Mention, Benny Fryrear, Richard Ewing, and John Bunting, who also made
All Jefferson County Team, and Steve Isaacs, Mike Hook, Bob Martin, Raymond
Ramsey, John Weigand, Tom Young, Dan Neubauer, Gary Tabb, Gary Russell, Jim
Bate, Harry Brown, and Ralph Judd -- without whose participation the most successful
season of Eastern's history would not have been possible.
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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Front Row: Hugh Durham, Richard Ewing, John Bunting, Jim Black, Alan Byers,
and Jerry Colston.
Second Row: Ed Shackleford, Terry Huffaker, Charles Crabtree, Julian Heath,
Jack Shelton, Darrell Pulliam, and Harcourt Kemp.
Third Row: Harold Ramage, Luther Goheen, Curtis Bryant, Paul Pfeifer, Stuart
Bruder, Marion Sandefur.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
RICHARD EWING ALAN BYERS HUGH DURHAM
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CURTIS BRYANT PAUL PFElFER JERRY COLSTON
Center Forward Guard
ED SHACKLEFORD CHARLES CRABTREE
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Basketball Highlights 1954-55
The Big Blue from Eastern once more had a highly suc-
cessful season, winning County Championship and having
a 13-6 won and lost record.
The Eagles got off to a flying start in their opening
game at Shelbyville, The team from E.H.S. easily defeated
the Red Devils 68-5l with Durham and Ewing scoring 22
and 20 respectively.
ln their first invasion into the 25th District the Eagles
ran into trouble with Southern but finally defeated them
46-39 at Masonic Home Gym with Ewing and Colston at the
head of the scoring column.
The Big BIue's pre-Christmas road trip into the eastern
part of the state proved fatal when they met the Lafayette
Generals and were defeated 50-40 and the next night they
iourneyed to Maysville and were defeated 64-60.
The Eagles got back to their winning ways after Christ-
mas when they met and easily defeated Owensboro Tech
at Masonic Home.
On the following Friday the Eagles met Manual in a
game long to be remembered, It was nip and tuck all the
way through and when the final buzzer rang, the score
was tied, ln the overtime the Big Blue came out as victors
. V. Basketball Team
First Row: Keith Wilke, Buddy Leathers, Louis Roos, Ronnie Currie, Bob Carey,
Danny Ross, Ben Shawler.
Second Row: Danny Williams, Tommy Brooks, Tommy Reitmeier, John Laurent,
Barney Long, Buddy Black.
Third Row: Don Lorenz, James Mordis, John Doninger, R. C. King, Mr. Bill
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with the scoreboard showing a 6O-59 victory for the Eagles.
Eastern and Manual again met, this time in the Louisville
Invitational Tournament, and this time Manual won the hard
fought contest in the last minute of the game 47-46.
Avenging their loss to Manual, the Eagles met and
easily defeated hapless Atherton at Masonic Home 68-54
with Ewing and Durham leading the parade of scorers.
January 23 the Eagles iourneyed to Fern Creek where
they routed the Fern Creek Tigers 63-45, The next night
the team traveled to Oldham County to meet and defeat
the Colonels 56-41 with Ewing's one hand push shot once
again leading the team to victory.
The darkest day of the basketball season was on
February 'l when the influenza-weakened Eagles met St.
Xavier at Masonic Home and were defeated 64-29, the
worst defeat ever sufferel by an Eastern squad.
Later that same week Eastern got back on the winning
trail by defeating two County foes, Southern and Valley,
on successive nights, The two wins clinched a tie for the
Eagles in the County Championship race.
On February 8 the Eagles met Shawnee at Male Gym
and played one of their best games of the season, coming
out on top with a one-point victory over a good Shawnee
team. The following Friday the Eagles met Valley at Valley's
home court and were defeated 57-55 in a sudden-death
The Eagles next foe was powerful Male at Male Gym.
The "boys from Middletown" threw quite a scare into Male
before dropping a 72-65 decision, Both teams hit above
forty percent of their shots and in this game the great
Kenny Kuhn showed his All-State qualities, Leading the
Eagle scorers were Ewing with 24 and Durham with 21.
The Eagles finished the regular season play in a blaze
of glory defeating Fern Creek to win the County Champion-
ship 75-62, Oldham County again 89-56, and stubborn
Atherton 70-63 at Male Gym.
Thus the Eastern Hhigh Eagles finished the regular
seazon as County Champs for two years straight with a
l3-6 record with the District and Regional Tournaments yet
to be played and thus bringing down the curtain on an-
other successful basketball season.
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Bonita Lillcxrd, Joan Trigg,
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IUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
Kneeling: Sue Hudson, Sherry Greene, Norma Price, Sally Hudson.
Sfanding: Sarah Trigg, Judy Moore, Carolyn Trigg.
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Picfured: Chip Miller, Jim Tarr, Burton Shelly, Jack Tarr, Nelson Joyner.
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Firsr Row: George Logan, Harcourt Kemp, Ronnie Curry.
Second Row: David Walls, Mrs. Ruth Pardon, Mr. William B. Hoke, Darrell Pulliam
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Top Row: John Bunting, Hugh Durham, Richard Ewing, Alan Byers, Stratton Miller,
Bottom Row: Bill Collins, Glenn Franck, Wade Wearren, Jerry Colston, Don
Culver, Milton Feger.
Bottom Row: Jerry Troutman, Bobby Fawbush, Ralph Judd, Bobby Martin.
Top Row: Coach David Aspy, Hugh Durham, David Haycraft, Bill Schumann.
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First Row: Sue Laffan, Treasurer, Connie Warren, President, Bobby Koehler.
Second Row: Pat Ellis, Dolly Fitzgerald, Carolyn Kolter, Mildred Geiger.
Third Row: Ann Thorn, Barbara Hays, Janet Diercks, Barbara Scherr, Susan
Brown, and Judy Spencer.
Miss Dorothy L. Taylor, Sponsor.
First Row: Dick Miller, Walter Test, Bob Martin, Julian Murphey, Jim Noonan,
Second Row: Bill Litkenhous, Harold Hagan, Howard Cable, Ronnie Boorman,
Third Row: Louis Thompson, David Rodahatfer.
Mr. Hal Taylor, Sponsor.
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Jerry Colslon Vicki Arrington
Julian Heath Sue Fighfmasler
Nelson Joyner Pal Howard
Dan Neubauer Annabelle Wilson
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is for the energy exerted .
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is for the moments we've enjoyed
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is for the opportunities presented
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is for romances We have known
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is for the ideals We have fostered
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is for the endless friendships made
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is for the school we love so well .
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Each little letter has played a large part.
In spelling the word so dear to our heart
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Good luck to all you merchants and to your patrons, too!
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Placing your name on our well-wisher list has been the greatest pleasure.
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Gail and Julian
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sparks
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. T, M. Pope
Bob and Dee
Mr. and Mrs, Karl Arrington
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Neubauer
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C. Hubbard, D. Heideman, F. Wilder, and A. Hieb
Mrs, J, F. Davis
the boosters who have shown themselves true
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Mr. and Mrs. Reed Blackwell
Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Keyes
Pat, Sue Ann, Freddiet and Albert
Mr. Robert Hope Gaddie
Mr. and Mrs. Reed
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