Fisk Rombauer High School - Pirateer Yearbook (Fisk, MO)

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fn f , . f -' rp , ,1,,. Kegan -' Mwf.QSw2,wfixz N I 'Y new glam Q :ww , anus' 2, 5 wi .. m at W WW , s I 07 I -1. 'EQ v 1 i fri ' Q 'I . 3-st, n. .lr .ZS "f"4 ' X24 AP ' f Uv' r, N ,na ,P I 1 ... , :A -i " "" Q 5-E' --is la, .n .. U1 M ' f ,Lf il' "H gl 'ff?!,'r ' I t 1' H 'I' In li!!! be 4 , -fn up PII-RATHER 1960 FISK ROMBAUER SCHCCDL FISK MISSOURI PRESENTED BY THE STAFF 'Q 5 x - 1 A Q vu ?g-". . .5 , Q - X .fx 1 W. 12. ' - 1 ha 11 .x ,X . 5 1 0 N W-.5 , 1 ' . X. 4, ' A4 A - '11 , Kg .f , , V" - ' , V 1 "bl f V v ,K "'-Q. I K W' rl., J .- . . '14, ,friggfg - - . Y I LA 1 "X -. -X-8 A-, ,qw QA' ,ya Ja, iff, ft., , x X J ,L 4kX'i .,,.:-MW x .vm-W 0 'V -' nf 'Nm-sl""'v"-' .,, f Q ,. ' ' ...1 Z' , Q. . tx' ' t , - -M 4 . I 31,5 307, .lg V-1: Q ' ' - , 51' 'HL , - K' . ' 4. -A A.Y'0 ,' M, . f -.Q Y . f f . f . ,qw - ' ' ' .5 , wx- .. f Q, Ng , .X eil uf- .V 3 2 ..--A-'wg Y T FOREWO RD Ill Ili Ill Ill III E!! Ill Ill 'taxi we-upfkw ,,.-u-nav-v .pn-pun-vu' 6 As this year moves into the past lt leaves us with many memories REMEMBER our classes where we studied and learned to live better,to respect knowledge, and to love wisdom REMEMBER the ball games and how we yelled in sup port of our team How sweet the victory, how sad the defeat REMEMBER how we enjoyed our class parties, and the hours we spent trying to make our class better The classes,games, par ties, and plays these things we will REMEMBER as we relive this year In the years to come mem ory will make it dearer to s 4-1 4- Q rf I DEDICATION Mr. Har-ve smith, 'me 1960 PIRATEER ls yours. Yours because you have so faithfully dedicated your past seven years of time, energy, and experience in serving us u - tiringly. Yours because of your attitude and willing- ness to help in our everyday problems. We extend our gratitude and wishes for the very best in life and to you we give our 'Thanks'. Table ol Contents Administration Faculty Seniors A V Juniors Sophomores Freshmen i Elementary r Rombauer Activities i Athletics Advertising V Auto9raPhg ll-A...,""f 35-1 ,rr- BQARD OF EDLICATIO t, .Nl was-v 3 M" I I' A. "Fl VYX' Frances McGowen, treasurerg Harold McKu1n, Jimmy Stucker, membersg M. Gene Shain, secretaryg M. V. Smith, superlntendentg Carl White, pres1dentgJesse Kirk, vice-presldentg W. S. Glllean, Cluster williams, members. Our thanks to the Board of Education for the time they have spent 1 . w n order to make ou. school a better place. Their guidance and directions have been encouraging factors in our education. with the student welfare in mind much consideration and deliberation entered into all decisions they reached. The growth and develooment of our school program is a result of their foresight and PQPSSVGPBHCS 'Dedicated service' ls a term by which we will HEMENE?R these people in years to come. ' ' I . . it :Qs Superintendent of Schools Qgif vu, . xf- fs, u 0 a Q ,mr wufg 55,?.rgjg,,j-sp - ,Z . 'ive S y, gn NX 1 1 V rx", 'llqnf' v'-' I, Q .4511 .Z - 2.31, s y f , , af:,,,'f f- .fe"5f'3g,., S Q- -. -.2753 5"Qi:Qf!E:f"351f Q - 5 ff .1 - , 1 ff V :?ff'fi43'w asf?-3155 W . .f. " f. .. , H" . .' ff?fv3'47?"'?f'?5r5gf'3A1e'1x5 55' -if ' fa 'ygpogntj rfatdw 94.123 ., ir' . an v .,,, 4:'2':f::'1xfs'f:'fi. sag gr 0 f,3,,,,g3, 7s:g.,,-,gf .ing V t argffaq spfffj' . ' Sfykfyxr get :1.rf2:-s-'saggllgfffg ' 9 A 3'?f.' :W 'ff PM-:-'N ,C wry if wif' if l .meg frfffv-i'1"'-.g'k ' flzit QW f.f+w:va+:1?'ff'ff.sf'f,, .gm-xg.. 7 F11 5, .ff :Aff 95532333 Q L .wgziwizvfl 2., T, 3 5 'L gn W- f,LY,.q' 2, y . gf 'jf' .gff ?',Ifvr,,"x,?,,5? 52.3 ' f'.'-253: 'W Y' Huy. 115.1 wr vpfgsnatg ul? '?iLs?"4,,,84 AJ., - vL i!gZ'Mig','g' q4',4 gym? fgq A D- ' -' f 1 v - HQ. "IH-.vc '. ,Va .ai ft M V Sm h University of Missouri E S and M A in Education On July 1, 1953, Mr. M. V. Smith was elected superintendent oftheF1sk-Bombauer Schools. Prior to this time he was classroom teacher in Calvin School, principal of Zalma High Schoolg superin- tendent of Zalma, Delta, Herrick, Illinois, Neely- vllle Schools. During his tenure at F-RHS the gymnas1um,home economics, shop, and vocational agriculture bulld- ing was constructed,lunchroomsbuilt and improved, Bombauer gym improved, old Fisk gym made into classrooms, heating system improved, and class- rooms built for Junior High students. These are some of the improvements that have been made. There are various others. Carolyn Whltm Secretary 5 '1Y""f9, -...J Leon C Marler Principal of High School Southeast Missouri State College B- S in Education George Peabody, M A in Education 10 PRlNCIPAL'S MESSAGE Today's high school has the two fold responsibility of provid ing education for all while attempt lng to serve each individual accord ng to his needs and talents The needs of young people in modern America are surely moving toward the inclusion not merely of their own world but of outer space as well with the realization of this development demands upon youth are ever increasing and the need for solid background is becoming more and more apparent To this end, the schools must continually strive ,CO-v1.0f,74J"eU' Roma Dortch Secretary 1 . - .an HIGH SCHCGL FACULTY Throughourminds run memories of a year, two years, three years, four a timemeasuredby association with our teachers who have demonstrated in manywaysthelr genuine interest lnourwell being Sometimes we ques tionedthemotlves but they always said, 'We are do ing it for your own good ' They have left a lasting mark on ourl1ves,byhe1p- ing us to prepare for our future. Their understand- inghasencouraged us to work and to uphold our ideals. 'Wa Victor Gene Adams B S in Ed Arkansas State Health and P E Dwight Creach S in Ag University of Mo 'C' ,--Q. Vocational Agriculture Alma Lou Dixon B.S. in Ed. S.H. Mo.State Spanish and English 11 :vii- ' ' u fr I M l . . ' qi , 'slr-su-v.M Ginn- .- - ff' ' ' ,, W. ,, . . . O I I 1? - , A - " O B. . . Ed. O SFWWYW aggxpl 'xxx S Carroll Eades Luther Knight B A in Biology and M A in Teaching B S in d Harding College Arkansas State Biology, Science, and Nath Physics and Nath They have been, notonlyteachers, but friends to us 1n the years we have known them John Lawson Arkansas State Math, p E , Coach 'TIZQ games Maze Anna Mae Miller .S. in Ed. Arkansas State g'2' gg Egiate Music and Band Director Cgmaercg 4 , ' , wi, " E1 " 1 0'?9"' :Q . i fx I , x . ' V - ' , ' 1 . Q1 . 5 . , as f S , . 0 -' Q S' X' at S f 'Z eta , ' A S A ' El' V I A L: , ,A Vg .fl lf. . , - i. A . - 0 O l O 1 I E D A o x ,. ,r , , ' 0 O 0 ...-.. .- . 1 , B Senlgoeg B S in Vocational Home Ec S E Vo State S E Mo State Commerce Vocational Home Economics We hope we can justify their faith in our ability We will BFMEMBER them with deepest respect Lillian Owens S E o State English it if Mabel Potillo S E Mo State Social Science and Journalism ,puni- Bernard Turner A A Southwest B S. in d S E Mo.State Social Science -4 7 'Nu c. 1' E11 A Hettie Orton Erockett ' 4 S B.S. in Ed. . . M . I x P .' E. OTHER EMPLOYEES FISK CAFETERIA WQRKERS Edith Gage Sybil Reasons M ry Berry Edith Sisco To prepare lunch for 350 hungry students 1 no easy task Yet the e four people cheerfully do this work 180 school days of the year W t a e tod y? no n QUESUO Rx r' ab0Uf rt -NMS ,Ace X0 KEN 'nl 5, ln-I-y 5 . 'lk Q .f ,X " I or S J 2 Q ' .1 A 1 ,U ,. m ..,4V I N 'vw t vt, A V P 9 a ha r we havin' a as ' .fixj . T-, 'J .lu . ' W 1:4 - XS TH. f P RGMBAUER CAFETERI WORKERS After y Vartha Skalsky, not shown Aileen 11 an Each school day of the year these three cava le women serve 125 students a hour shlnv we 1 balanced lunch 3 91 er' ilzslr i XX-H H ,,...4 ,,-f'3l4f X when 'U X XL A 9 UU Y 9 Ph fcvr phed' 15 ,, ' 1 55 . I fiL'f ,' Q i xj f5', - 54 Y '? - H bf ' ' . V ' ,A x , , 1 . I g . I f f 3 .. -Q Y' ff, . A ED'd, .A . .Z G 19' n H . V Q J V . 1 'U L .D .L ' 0 . 1-.,.f'g. f ' , e, QA U -15 . I, Y ' I .,, 'Q J ,rf r - .Z Y 4 -.-k!-Y!! alsrlf ' " ' 'A- - . V '-. , f I O Y J t hr-1 4 1' Q . - V, A . . Il X 2 . - I H' Bow 2: Artis Gamblll, Woodrow Peck, Lawrence Scott, Fred Carr. Bow 1: Chester Matt1nglyJamesJenn1ngs, Lyman Berry. , s-gS!, .IANITGRS ls, BU DRIVERS with an excellent record of safety our bus drivers drive many miles and bring many students to school each day. They'have a great re- sponsioillty as the lives of many stud- ents are in their care. Their caution whiledrivinglnsures the safety of the students and helps them maintain their record of safety. -,N . These men keep our school clean by 'Q'-" - picking up paper, mopping dirty 3 floors, and sweeping rooms and halls. F hxgfmfy FISK Kelly Sumpter Ivan Bislnger Pete Coulson BOMBAUEE Earl Boyd p- .,., fn1'Ll.'f ,-K ,.,x. fi - IL... Bow l: Mary Carr, treasurer, Donna Mansbrldge, Row 2: Miss Ellen Noel, sponsor, Dale Mattingly, presidentg wayne Burleson, vice-presidentg Mr. Carroll Elades, sponsor. , secretary. -.. -. .,. r.-xzk-.-cQ2-.-Q1'Z'-FxL1:mu:1:.:x:-:fr-:x:':f51xL'2:TN 1 I v x I 1 X 1 1 1 - - I x N f J I l 111- f ,. . ' J .'. ' .'..'. .'...'. .'-'-. X- --- ',4:- :I 'TY' F ' ' 'L - ,f- 'f pg, " . 1:2:Q:i:2:5:i:5:Q. ,gh , -:Q .,,, f x4 1-'i 1'-1:L:2m1:lffmlilffxitifl431?2vi1G:D:'iplgklzipi:new:.v-1-:zrmlelmislm:farm Do you remember when we entered as confident seniors to enroll our last year in high school? We looked back to our first enrollment August 6, 1956, when as reluctant freshmen one hundred and eighteen of us enrolled. This year fifty-eight returned for our last year in high school. we wondered how many would be here for graduation, and .u--If 'as that day draws near we remember the advice given by teachers end :fff:"'':?:f:i!3:fTf2k friends. It is hard to realize that next year our class will oe scat- .X,'.f . .-'.l.-. --'-' ?33'+f55tered to :any parts of the world. we will no longer have ourhlgh school teachers to help us with decisions. We must mal-ce decisions that will effect our lives and the lives of our families.--The future ours! SENIGR CLASS He may be quiet, but who knows. .IX ICB vi TT N er a devil but Stop' L Linda Blue ook' Listen! ev far from a saint where H111 you be 100 years from now? ICU Patty Brlttlan Quiet? You should know her better what the teachers don't Tommy Burris Q, f . 15 '72 T 'af Y I ' 's fi 'x 'D- Yqj SENIOR ary Carr ang C ASS Llfe is just a day, Most great men are dead nh h last nicht or dying and I'm not LF 'UN 'EY Faye Cooper m not quiet just ask me Ti feeling so well myself v +1 Nola Cooper The world owes you a living only when you have earned it Ronald Cravens Elvis has nothing on him Wg,-9 Jean Donahue She may not be a Ford but she can sure rattle rf 11 fl. ., y x , 1- a K Y . 9 , I H s A I M v but, -J ' 0 gif?" , Wf of Q Q I' -- ' A O 3, 1 J T N , V' 2,., DU- oo oooooooooo agoooqgggggggqp O 'B' oo 45 Q? 30' oooo Kfgggsg ivbl' Charles Dor ebb Oh they're making a wild man out of me SENIOR J CLASS Christine Duren Keev quiet keep sweet keen going keeo your head f'1r J C Fou t Demple Fowler Chase me girls what is LOVE? I'mfu11of fun IG. 4-' Marie Gage Love your neighbor If 1t's a boy. Janette Gillean A11 people make mistakes: that's why they put erasers on pencils. 21 S' oo Sox S 5' 9 6' .S -- ,', XS11, 3 N3 1 Sigh ffb, QJWW 45 't yfX,Wo - , 4g ' ogogf xxhoo o . ZIV vw V Q . S SENIOR CLASS Barbara o1111nan Carlotta Has tlngs If you think the world is Smile awhile and sive all wrong, remember it con your from 9' rest taine people like you ffl Ruth Hlllls It is well to let a little sunshine out as well as in 'C' i K 1 1' 7 5 I,-.. Charlene Hutchison Common sense is about the most uncomvon thing there is Karen Jolly A little nonsense new and then is relished by wisest men the Lois Jordon A friend is one who knows all about you and likes you just the same. -" -4' l ist' 1 O O 14" I I fix A .4- - --'ww 1 'f 1 . a .3 2 r ' K, 1 ,, 4 x' A V' v.. SENIOR CLASS Charles Lane Linda Kennedy He looks wise pray Come on over to correct the error Alton, Illinois 'Z fi. NA: T? Sue Lindsey Jim Little Doesn't talk much, but she thinks a lot women, but no perfect ones There are many lovely Ruth Long Dangerous after midnight! 157' Donna Mansbridge Her thoughts are never in the city not this one 3 l ga. xx KTM, Y i I I O ,N lv l i M, few ' ,fp S ,V 3 'Ak' giksyvw . . 'HB sr mx. "' 0 P. il Q J v' Ig 44849 N,,f 1 S Jerry Martin First you hear him, then you see him Frances Mattingly -3 9 em SENIOR CLASS J Dale Mattingly Greater men may have lived before me but 1t's doubtful N-all Gary McKuin She won't live long single A confused mass of muscle Ronnie McKu1n His head is in the clouds Elizabeth Miller She is of a calr and happy nature Y' ' to C Q ' -qw - it . , V A 1 - " Q Q . F O ' an FH wry-11 E' T. X SX 1 I L , . -ov? SENIOR CLASS Junior Minehart Kathy Morgan Lamb 81006 'Omen m1scn1ef oatoheth Joyce Nicholson To know her is to lik h and 'he is well known' er' Diversity of humor Gerald Page I don't think I'm good looking, but what's my opinion against the rest of the world. A1v1e Bichmann Tall, dark, and to heck with it Lion among men He that mischief naccvenh, 452' Maxine Shafer A sweet attractive SENIOR CLASS Q v 'lf' 'Cr 1 . fy .J r P fm Q , I . if 515: 1' E ,535 -Lx.j'.uL-Q ri,-f " 'L -' Jimmy Stuart Romeo minus Juliet kind of grace. Sandra Stucker Jerry Thornton Dynamite comes in women disturb me not small packages! Pete Townsend Never trust a man ,, with brown eyes! f""n K " Donna Vernon Smile it won't crack your :rake p . 5 an , , A :Q I N -m y 3 Q 'wf5l X- A j S, , fig R N,' tif ,ff ,,',.u.,.,, 415 ::, 5 Q , , wg,. :F , , K N-L :xi ,WL . ' fl -12 g :,' if f " L' M fig f2:::-. :". 'U' , -- " af---ef "f- 3.323 .K- '- ' "Q -nv-4. , Ltwfal EQH1.'.. ' 'H ' 1-' '-,V Ke, :xx - ., ZA" .., 5' 4- :re-, -j . 'S-.Sgr is ZLTK ,,f. -v U .,'. .L . .""g::1 4- 'Jw 7. , I 'm.Wu m '1nt.H ' AICXE James Von Changes hair oil SENIOR CLASS 'UQ Sandra Warren Only the good die young every ZQ miles I'11 live forever Lester Webb Leroy Wheeler Talks much thinks little Deeds not words! Jeanette Wilkerson School should be ten minutes long, five to come and five to go. 27 A nf: i , 1 V ' fl ! , 'ff O . -.1 U f ox J ?f , - ,X 'iQ jf- 9 XXXXXPQ X Standing. Mrs. Hettle COrtonD Brockett, sponsor, Jerry Gilkey, vice- presldentg Mickey Williams, presldentg Mr. Victor Adams, sponsor. Sitting: SueHall, treasurer, Yvonne Caudel, secretaryg Susie Millner and Frances Branch, BffyNfyX Our third year in high school, a year filled with memories of work, play, joys, and disappointments. Each helping us on our road to maturity. As we complete this year we realize we are a year nearer our high school goal--graduation. Often time seems to pass so slowly, and yet it seems only yesterday when we took our first step into high school. Time seems to pass swiftly as we begin the activities that denote the finish of our junior year. In our final year and years after we will REMEMBER this as one of the best years of our life. .0.0.0Q.6 XXX' 44 X 24 '4 '44'4'4'4'4'4'4242422 5 '4'4'4'4'4'4'4'4 2' 5 4 44 24242424242 - 4.4!4.4!424!0!4!224.42224242424242424242424242422222 24242424242424245!z..4!4242v'.3!424. '17 Kenneth Beck Martha Bell Qu! 'Ill Joe Berry as el cf 'R . .?Y'5'e5.,! 4 or 6' Z ag A. .1 Glenda Blanton Billy eounis Frances Branch DODUIC Brown Martha Brown David Bule JUNIGR CLASS Motto 'The future be Colors Flower longs to those who prepare for it ' Blue and Silver Red H088 Yvonne Caudel L . ev f lg 3- iw I A ' 'V A -V. V2 , V, K -, ,H , a ., A 4 ' - ,Z ',, L? ,' J 1' ' . 4 -4 A A 4 , K 4.3-N , 'r . f . ,f .9 L: 51,-A , , .Q fx.. A. , . -.'.'1u,h . , ,gqf.9gl, . - , , ' " 'Ix'Jw,'a'4-lv' .' - . , ' , 5, 5','1,ulx.s,i . '- - . , -A 'nj-,Q-,u,1,s,w 1,1 ,' ' gf, 1 ,F .lgnvmswus x, . .. . 1 :lag :gs ", f .' '-f':'u'e":'s's ' " f A,g.,f.e,5.1-1.5 ,.w, ,. T ,- q , , 5 if' FE v' ' 1 ' A ' ' . A , . ,' ' ,QP . 1, . 1 , V W ng ,,x , 1 if S A 1 , . ,f , Y V 5 ii 1 li I x . 5 A I ,X , . "'. X , I . , c L - Xxx Patricia Cochran gifs B111 Creecy Shirley Cunningham Qi ,ff fg -an .9 Q. 3 iv 'JI' ' ' i - A -X, 1 "r Bob Davis Dawn Fowler JLI IOR Activities of our Ernest DeCour1ey Junior year began with a class meeting and election of class officers andsponsors Carl Dugger if Gladys Curry Ronnie Ellington William Galloway 32 Rf f NA gh g Q , Ll-' Qfmf ACK xt 5 g, Q CLASS We went to Lake dappapello for our annual class picnic supperafterwhich we went to a movie t the Rodgers Theatre Robert Haislip I . 'X .gwf Sue Hall 1 ,, Z, N, If Pv- Af Larry Harris Linda Hoffman 1 . 15 fl ',-I Dewey Inman ' Af Hughey Inman Ida Jenkins asv Brenda Howe Jeffery Jones I 50563 ' If '1 a'5 g"' , 5 f ' f . f ,km w ,Y " r ' 8. . 'Gr Y ' x I Ji iii. I , dbg I- , M V' QQ eiYf f me fiQ , W fQ v?', ,. 'g N' "" 5 A .Sw . "f ? ik f Yf ' Bonnie Landreth Roger Landrum 43' ag Ronnie Little f Celeste Mettlnvly Susie Mllliner 'D'- Laure Palmer Mark Martin Flwood Pfeffer Lula Vee Price To sunplement class dues we picked cotton in the fall and held a slave auction December an Tony Hines x ' QL " " lik , ? .I X "r" 4 I A D 1. A wk Q . 1' A K5 it , N Q L Aw 3? ' 7' , A L I ln - A A .KN ti' v tk QQ if 'f f gn 1- ' fo 'oe .R , ... X n' ,,ff V L K X V 5 5' r M S, 5 S Archie Saylors CLASS Hinhllphrs of fhe year ca e in April whenwe oreeented our Claes play, and in lay, when we decora tec for and attended the Prow and took our first overnivht school trio Ann Shular 'is mily gifford Louise Smith 'Us I ij X I' 'V Brenda Scott Jean Spurlock ,Q Kenneth Still T 1- udy meagu tn Larry Teague 6 f n X' v f' 1 . Carol Tippen 3 Q -, 'w, 4: Q 4, L .' 1- ', ff. TL I 1 - , X . 4. ,Tx ' ' , .f I , , J ' - N Tl' 'l, : , 01 , f ' f ' ' ' fn! .. ,.QO.' ip! f ,Y ' .V :- f li X Q I S ' ' T 1' ' A fi, , gfM- f, J J ,C J . , 3 ' J - 9 rg , . .- - , , ' 1 ' ' If f' ,, v 4' 'ur ' J - . Y . Q , 'I I, A !'- fi , 45 6' X Q lb V, Q - K Y- jo D' .o rw 2 5 jo JUNIOR CLASS MWQWWM 2 2 w ,WLM QWMXQW X xwffy Q mi gf ,QQ EQMQQWW bmfwglw 'JWWLAA www EQ Ofaxvgj 'wevmwggwv jf? gweziwqx aim jlfdix Qgwa W W W Q uf ww fly m..1m,L f QW M CD 0-fvvx. 144, v . . M 2 VX 4,22 W 1f++w?4Jo.C. J M ,W 'MM W' 'MJ 92 ff? M W M7 -1 E Q, an - f .af 6 v- u 'ig ' fx,v K ....,. '.l.I.1.I.A!.x.xk.R,-I.1.1.x-.V,.f.f,-V'f-fl!,Vl,!14,-I,-.'.1.7,'.l.,.-.I.1.1-'f,,'.'.-.,.,,X,,V' I. Row 2: Mrs. Lillian Owens, sponsorg G. W. Stltz, presidentg James Fields, reporter, Earl Long, vice-president, Nr. John Lawson, sponsor. Row l. Sharon A1exander,secretary,Judy Colter,treasurergPhyll1s Datos, reporter. -"""' - u .... 1 ..-- --' ' "",f',',',',f',, .... .----" '.'.'.'..'-xl, .....- .- OPH0- LGR-Ei-L -:-i-Qf'HQiE-R5fi-1- .. .hl.h-.I-.h'.x' -I , ',h . . n.-v,",.n.'n '. 'l ,. -il, As our Sophomore year draws to a close we find ourselves at the halfway mark of our high school years. we have more confidence in ourselves and our ability. Confidence gained in two years of contact with teachers and friends. The years have passed swiftly, ani yet they have i en full years. Learning, playing, and making decisions, These things have filled our hours. At times we grow tired of studying and think it 1sn't worth the time we spend. Then we realize the effect our education will have on our lives and we renew our efforts ln class. Thls year will Z8 a fright spot lnour lives and we will REMEN"R it as we finish high schosl and as we face the future. ,Z Billy Acuff Sharon Alexander '--f ohlrley Bell Z Q? Dianne Blue SO PHOMCRE -:Af Danny Brown -LV.. Ralph Brown '27 Avaleen Cade Helen Cade Redlth Campbell Judy Colter Phyllis Dabbs Carrie DeCour1ey A Qu? Lavern Donahue Jeanne Edmundson Freddy Elder James elds 3 ,fy Q 'F K- 4, ,V Vu x "' e 4- I Q 'I 1, tfvsz! V , , ji I I X F ,JA M X ? iid hh , I . 1' l , fy e 1 M A l ?,! W, mf' A f,N-!!K?Xk e W , Y l f W'- r X e d bl 435' - f A K wg. Q Q 57?-gk f NX- ' . .1 ' , 5 , If ' V 5 F1 9 Leda Gage Sue GOOdP1Ch 41' ,,! Q3a'4mQf Gordon Haislip X Linda Halsey SCJPHOMORE CLASS Barbara Hayes n u . A nic, 11" arolyn Jordon Danny Keller Shirley Kimbrel I Bobby Klrkman Farl Long Janet Lovelace Linda Maxwell ,pu-' 3 in James Nlller Boyce Nicholson 'Elf XX ,fn Raymond Perry Jesse Pipkins . ' A ' 1 ' Kb . 4 ' ' 7 X f .. .D W Y' . . , I 'Y V ' ff , - N A J .J y J J, My My l 5 - r.,' Q . , ' - y , e f , l Z K A tl 1 I Q 'J 'Q ' 1 I 3 W Q.. V 1 ' ' up H Wifi? - qwhla fn 1 43,655 -4. -Zi:-t'?SfE'-.:f. ,S-' aware. EFX.: ff. -2:'- - " -.., -1 .... . . 7 f ,Q e 352:14 . -. .zgjg b 4 it'-:":-ZZ. if ay- : Q u::xLr -vv - - , "-:'--.- ' . f. m5':J'n:--.... 'ap 1' IE? 'Vai' L X! - . 4 . - .- - : fl f , . X .l.:.: .I-I-1. .I-.lf '91 I lf ,gr ,'.l ..,".l.-In.:-:'n. ' l::, ,-, ."lnllln'1 ff." I .l.l.n.I'l- '12 ' ' . T' J , ' .gn ff .'f1'Hye ,Ma H .5 lah 'Qu 5 . A m.i1'.v,x V -- ,tfgxux ,fag A - ioamwobzzxutw fm, , -1 "uvg"c': Inu' t' b "'x1Q,'f"'H K. Q ' :. Y 'W nah . ' cNQnum A . .'ae -X I ,ve 1 'L""-:nm . , , . 2 'n 14' fo . f ""- HUM v' V"',1Y" ,n June. ,Hu , f:.jJ,"gg',.l51hf-', .'ift"- ... , A ' Q, K K Cx I . f . 'X TC- - , ' X'-. lx Eg " gr , X . f . Q 1 ' ' n ' . .YQ X 2 Elf It -ig! I :hx , , , , N W1 J f . x .' V5.1 Q ' ex A Truman Bevelle 'fm Barbara Richmond 14. Ronald Blsinger is Brenda Skidmore SOPHOMGRE CLASS Irene Smith 41 W-f. G W St Z Betty Stucker Ks Sylvia Sullivan 170 Jo Ann Townsend -iw Sue Vandermark 'v lg, 'N-n Stephen Vernon 'sr Shirley waggoner 43? Joe Ward 'W 4: Lafayette Wheeler z"54:' James Wicks Jerry Wilkerson 1' O , JJ X' I S j I. 3 NA 1 A Q, .21 Aa ' lt' A 4' . l ' 1 - X . o , 7 S m 1 . ,K VZ., J x 5 5 , V If AA N,.,.ivr A V f . . it A ' 4' fy pw'- , V ,A fl ., A lv X V A Q I ,EQ It 4 XJ h I A EI ' 5 gk V L '. V ' W g L -Q Z , Qx X f' X' 6 tvb, Vg W A Y .1 S in ' -N x4, 6. Sf f ', 1 kx.- W .Q 3' hi I 4 :sf y , 1 4 su SS' , vh-.- . 'no on ' lQ John Wilkerson Kenneth Wilkerson SOPHOMORE CLASS Sue wright Tod ay's Secretary WORK Interesting Subiect Tndoor Warwlng Laborlnv Q2 S X h ips" l 1 1 . ' 1 Y ? X .Jh, 1 , , was if. .. , ye ,,, . " iffy" f ,gw -5. uf, 1. 5421 .pt 1gyEfgg'i,:j-'- v' K 7, ,Q .. .spy ,, J. f Tram s "qi U S. sf 4' M alehard McKu1n, vice pres1dent,EvaPat1llo, secretaryg Mr. James Maze, soonsor, Jerry Townsend, president, Mrs Mabel Potlllo, sponsorg Gary Calvert, treasurer. kqq-57,5 X' Lf.l,Gg,h1,.,-.,.,.O.,:4.l.7.,.c ., 7, .I This ye r has been the beginning of a new life. As we began this year we tried to do what was expected of us. We were in doubt about what subjects to take, what clubs to join, which teachers were the best, but as the year passed we made up our minds. Sometimes we were inclined to agree with those who called us 'green'. We realize that we must work hard to pass this year and be ready for the years to come. At times we wish we were seniors ---- finishing :Q instead of starting high school. Under the guidance of our teachers we hope to improve ourselves and our class in our remaining high BCYIOO1 y68!'B . FRESHME QL ar ienry andr Jerry Pennett Lee Berry 5 m Janice Bostlo Kenny Broun Paul Brown 'E 'g ps-,cv Gary Calvert Carole Campbell Wilma Canady 1 +- f nfl' I--fe Lester Cooper Lois Cooper Garry Cozart Linda Eook bhirley Board James Buie John Burke -.I Frankie Caudel Esther Cooper fl--vs 'rv' Sandra Daniels Bobby Dever , k - 'Q w W r 'I' 1 A Q, ' Q 4 f Q I . I 4 V 3 , -.- ' 1, ' -J'f 1 , Q, 'xv' F ' . K f , f I ' J ews Lx -' - A l"' J . , V xx. 4:1 I I ' l I l , - g v - , I no 7 -1 rf 7 i 4 IV., A l -QQ f ',2 f- I l -vs ' 1 , 4 A , 17 N L x ,, xmh ,V ,Q 'F t- J' I A ' V 'fbi 1 ,M Q . ' ! 5, 5, 2 ' f ' ' M N C J ' -- 1 f A aw- pp -3 V' 5 C v Ml , . , ' , K f ' ' J Ls J , ' V L M, I ' 45 K . I QM 7, A , 1 A - QQ vs f A :L , 4:7 ' . ' ' Q , ,Q V aff, Tfp it lx aff' el 1 f f fa f X I -1 ' fg , , 4 5 ff- A IH? F ' . rf if Kb' ft L4 55 . I SQ 'N ' ' X ,A :if ""' ru., , . X 4 - U . 4' 'L' 5 6 ' SA v 1, SL FRESHME , Charles Duren Bob Evans ,nw JW Larry Heating Helen Jackson ,5- ll .slr 7 Diana Little ny.,- 'ii 'W r' Patsey Halsey Betty Fields Brent Hall 1-N inn ,am Joyce James Clara Jenkins Lois Kirkman i Kenneth Marler Bose Zella Martin Allan McClain Martha YcK1nz1e X1 av' KU :.lu v'ff ff! X11 Marilyn McKu1n Charlene Miller Larry Miller Wilma N1llerSh9FPy N1Ch01S0U M6 ly fi l , v,, 'L fd I i L 'O- . gp, ' ,. X ' A g,'A S , ' .57 'Z n I, , ,, . , y 'J' Q A - . V V Q V V Q u I 'Zi' 2 f , -l f - ' 'I C C ls , sff .V 1 ' , ikfnf Q: 5 2 y VV ,. A E 5 y K I A B Y 5. M as ifl y . "g 2 ' I , ,Jw ,V ,H in M, ff, ft ,gzigrt Lf kj f I ' V ,.: X MMV 1 Ml .. 'I gp A fmwvl if ,rky V Q Q ' ,g ff . ' 3 3 . Vw ,VP af L C . V - V . ' .-in 5 L F ig ,L f f, jf " W 1' ,, -'- 1, -"f ,. ,, L' , V ' , K " 5' ff? ' 1 , fx"-' A YE A? n ' f I ' 4 ' ,V Q QV rf if f 4' V ' .49 g V 1 f- . V, - - I if , A , A ,, ., . V A Q ,g :L iq pk f? 22, -V 45 'K T Vk:,,, FF QV, T as y .tv , K fy" -,V- ' ' , 'L w -:Z A ,- ' ,. - Ak.- ff , pl f C sf C v . b s I ,..,. I j in t ',A X f yr i I - g'Z f ' Ms f . 1 , L, A L '5 x . 1 'Lv .- A . fl' , ' QL.. C 9 , X 2 ' K 4' . , ' Q rex .v ark- ,Q ,. FSFM .. Q K x 5 J. K Q-ff C l VV s fl ' as , X 3 A 1 ' , y i fx 45' E :aQV,gj1,,u 3 ':,,,f- Q HQ 2 5 , L ll ,j C ? .-Q ig 35g.m.p wg: FRESHME 4 1 8 1 I E ,ev Virginia Palmer N N E 3 I: Larry plumb Dwight Pennington Ralph Pennington Garry Plumb "'- -C Larry Price Dorrls Radford Danny Scott Leslie Shular Carolyn Sifford 11. .sn Z' -c' ' mx wx Y Dale Simpson Marvin Spradling Helen Still Ethel Stucker Handy Teague nu' 7'- 4 fy Donald Thomas william Thomason Dwight Thornton David Tippen Jerry Townsend S t 9 1 9 I v , Y, . . il ,P ' J rl S 9 1 ' 'll f -,. 131' Sp I i:.l9.,a? I' l 1 " J, , '4 U7 ft 'W' !.'A sm j. 2 Q -' . 1-.,. T M fy, -1 I ' S 4 A vf A 5 .et P -' I' N' iv Q 'YK -l ' -. '57 ' . -'T V f , 4- f pf' . ,ff 5. W, T 3 , P. ,Hg , I . kt S . f . 2 5.,..':'fZ 'I - A-' N ' l . s - i YN ' M .4 ' 4 'i ' f A A X f b , 4 Q i K -1. I: L . rn? 'M i',,s'.gl 1 - 09 I ki 'ff iw !"1m7 1 65 5 ,ff W t I f X f N n"f42li1'w?' A?'lf59 , T I , -',f,f.' AL- 2 9 T 'M A. 4, 'Jw ef 1 A L' v is M K i . M ,Q f I - :T g 1' . 'r 1 BO an QA... F T ' v A "J, ana. ma, 'Y Q' ig Q T ', A I .. 1 -P I Q ' ' 1 , fi , . J - fi' : , I' I U 4 ' Q4 1 il'.'l-lf' . 'ev' ., L ' , , :V-' -1 ,-:.':'-k','f - ,J 4 if .5 J .JJ .' . nv: fs, , - - V ,V 4 - 'K I 1 lifxfzf F. 5, . I A kt B J ft' 1, ., , ,sea ' , , N I ,, f J ,IA 4-q Joe Vernon Concentrating Great Orator FRESHME "Y 101' Freddy Von Dennis Watkins V Richard McKu1n Studying TUDY as 1 Keep Talking ,xx len fnrq yu --M ,- l -. v,vI - N4 'MJ Julia Thurman lst Gr de Arkansas State College Izalla Hall 2nd Grade Arkansas State College B S in Education Rozella Howe Uth Grade Arkansas State College Fl SK FACULTY WE? si V I if 5 Clara Wise lst Grade Southeast Missouri State B S in Educ tion pi Katheryn Pierce 3rd Grade Arkansas State College Mildred Steele Nth Grade Arkansas State College af' Mary Vllen Vernon 2nd Grade Arkansas State College B S in Education 4 Fsther Loughead 3rd Grade Northeast Missouri State B S in Education Nellie Harris 5th Grade Arkansas State College B.S. in Education 51 ' -A GI! A K 1 434 :GQEQL I .' ,TT E f ' ' . R W 'vii Q A Q -' ff A "' aww, Hl4Gi 5 fjlffi iiiifii 55225 .,ffQfE3? E3iHim1JfEfi359 ' ' ' . . a C' 1 - 'l' , I, ' ini 1' I' K ' ' 1 aff "' , 35, Nm w , " "' . af , 'ia V ' . Q I ,' g 1 . ' , y . 3 s .V ii? ,IA Av f' Herb Whittington 5th Grade Arkansas State College FISK ACULTY Jo Ann Adams 6th Grade Arkansas State College W Nondy 6th Grade Arkansas State College B S in Education James EPP3 7th Grade Arkansas State College George Sifford 8th Grade Arkansas State College Mississippi State University B S in Education Z2 Floyd Williams 7th Grade Arkansas State College E S in Education Faye Whittington Special Education Southeast Missouri State B S in Education Bob Bostic 8th Grade Arkansas State College Anna Fortner Elementary Music Murray College B S in Education J. . . H1 A - B.S. in Education EIGHTH GRADE xt X l 6 an ' Q . 1' " m t I In ,x..x. Q ' F"E i W ,A nd vw' U2 2 2 A , Y ,QW w 1' ,ff 1 Q OX! D-. 9 FSK Jimmy Ada s Julia Bell Paye ryant Louise Bryant Dolly Cade Jackie Calvert Karen Ca bell Steven Carr Jackie Clark Jackie Colter Narllyn Colter Huey Crafford Pobert Cr fford Joe Cravens 'rule Cross Wlsle Dabbs Vyra lliott Barbara Pields Woodrow Fletcher Magnolia Ford Carl Frank Brenda Hayes John Hesselrode Verlln H111 Wanda Howe C rolyn Jackson Harriet Jolly Jerry Jordon Darlene Kirk Jerry Landrum Barbara Martin Larry McGowan Patty NcGow1n Bonnie McK1nz1e Darrell Miller Richard Monehan Bobble Neal Elois Peck Sharon Plumb John Poole Q I ,H ,. J 1. xxx, I x A ff ' ,, 4 4 f' A ff' , a 4' 1 yn , 9 : 1, w Q y 'gi " I Ll 7 1 4 ' to J 1 1 V y -fa' Y ,Q Bd . ng. 4 if 'gk' an w e SEVE TH GRADE Gary Baldridge Sandra Baldridge Gale Delew Gloria Sue Bell Cecil Boyer Molly Cade Edward Caudel Jimmy Caudel Jakle Cooper Vernon Curry Connie DeCour1ey Barbara Douglas Thomas Flsworth Vivian Glover Carl Halslip Mary Halsey Suzanne Halsey Sue Hesselrode James Hicks Will QV".'lRn David Radford Jimmie Rogers Randy Scott Doris Smith John-Snider Leveda Starnes Billy Stitz Rita Strickland Janice Stuart James Taylor Roger Teague Glen Thornton Dolly Vancil Stephanie Veach Franklin Von Cathrlne watson Iris white Vernon Willlford FSK 4l X V ' J ' i A ':iQ!?2Q+ i 'U ' ' . J V e I' l I .fx K 4 , 'gif I,-,'., " ,D M W . g:.:. ,. J V. V- 3 ' s ...QI Hn ' 53322 ' 5. C 'i!III,, S 6:3 K itg. F ' 5 'If X f Y N ' ' ' v ' . ' ' A . ' 'Q ,1 A ff! Q Tl- '4??,nlj ' 4 Leoyd Clayton yr" 7.3 .Lug W ff" V ' , W 'S Za of N F , Q , .tl Q is it . Jh V WI , V E3 . 4 as -, ' 1 UW. .. D' l 7, 3 ,, ,.? . , . Q ua . Q' 3 R., . .4 ' , if -az I 7 la, n J-Jw-ff V we V J ' .J ' , , K F , , lv blsr . gr J, S71 '- 5 Marion Hicks Paul Hill Melba James Bradley Jolly George Jolly Eilly Kirkman Melvin Lewis Sherry Merldeth Irma Miller Curtis Monehan Glen Monahan Vickie McGowan Gary Nicholson Ralph Nelson George Overall Sandra Pfeffer Norma Plpklns Johnnie Raymond Billie Jean Riepe Phyllis Sifford Vicki Singleton Sonda amlth Linda Spurlock Roy Thomason Robert Thurman Louie Townsend David Vernon Pamela Williams David wilson Rilly Wright bla I... ff' A-. y 1 .lllillll FH 9 .fy Q51 I M V wif' 5 px T Larry Arnold Mary Ann Eaughn Danny Board Tommy Brown Eugene Caus y Larry Churchwell Donald Cross Verlin Cross Teddy Cunningham Richard Dabbs A 6 adiiil Agn ' . W vlvi uf'.!"', . , R X 5 1' y3vm'fN'JiL: V 6 'Q 5 "'l V , A 7 W A AAA. aV,,, V V A Li Q, g,,, zfg ,. it N -efe -I K . . pf? ' -- ,,5f""' I R fwfr! e'. . I I ' SIXTH GR DE FISK , , , , .3..,f,:g1jf . X 9 S - 1 Vuziiivn .f,Q' 4f.y,AZ, A A ,ly 4,4 av 'gb 2: V Rvfi, .ivianffp ' f.3y R .'7, f.:fv!f:.L sa Q' wav F K W I 31225 ,A f ' I I flqfi, FIFTH GR Linda Arnold Dessie Plackve Dickie Prldves Diana Qrovn Rohert Prawn Myra Bruce John Bryant Bessie Cade Johnny C mphell Patricia Campbell Janet Collins Patricia Cross Roger Cunningham Larry Davis Roman Delashmlt Katheryne Dennis David Dugger Cecil Flemming Larry Gilkey Michael Jennings Loretta Kirk Dale Lowe Dennis Lacy Loran Varler Brenda Ylnehart James Nondy Frances Moore Sharon Yorgan sandra VcKu1n Georganna Parker Patricia Peck Jackie Plpklns Violet Roberts Lois Russell David Sifford Diana Singleton Terry Smith Lea Vern Starnes Reyna Stevenson 25 S M .J FISK om Ah C' ,QYQQU if + 1 D' -Gin is 'U D QQ , W J' 57 ,. 7,5 s J 11 , ,N I ' D ' Q - V , in ' . u h A -I 1- 3 ' I f P i .JW X . . , V X N 3, ' 1 A 5 2'-': f . '- A 3 , , ff, 135: 'f I er' f xxx x s .. -4 'f' f ,wh ' ' "I ' V! , , Y . 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Caro Dice Delethlne F dvers Yarsball Shalr onna Smith Danny Stitz Terry atroud Guv Trimll Phylll Thornton Joyce Thurman Yike Vander ark Nancy Vernon Purley Von Ruedvlsch Felton Von Ruedgisch James Whltesell John rivht I Aw D ' ""x"lC-3 ' 'f 4 YJ - f hi ' ' J ' JMN WK M J .2 J, y ?'J ' ' .J AJ ' f Alta 3 fi, J lggdyfgipq .. N n fn. ' Q ' 1 . ll'HLff:M 'fl v'.' V v 'F A f 4, 1 , JJA V A A -QM J J 4? -4 I . 5 A 'F ' Lf J v, J 'J f J, if? J, J, 4fi: w Q V " f a r 1 f A ' V x A nv .,.'v,'1' .Y 'V ' J, ' AV! 5315g? ,, fyygwgl J A " I 1 , 3 .J Q- 7 . .. 5,4 J ,x ' V 4 'E Qlf'iQ 5543 il' A in if 4 , I if M JJ W 2 , 1 V '-'Z I l AV , - A- W f .J L K J vv 9 ,J I ' 7 Q K ' . C L, Kgf , Q J ?JidM LE? 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R57 4 J, ' li , ' - ' A ' v J bf .w'? 4'4. A:- Sheila Young David Crafford Larry Crafford Karen Edmond Judy Elsworth Boy Elsworth Larry Francisco Donna James Bonnie Monehgn Virginia Moon Rodger Smith Dennis Taylor William Underwood Rita Sue white Walter Wllleford 4. ii' L cw! ggi a! N Bruce S1890 Dgnny wgglems ALITGGRAPHS L I ev , 1.1,-,bbq-,L-VVVV.v: XV V v-1, 7 ., Q' my , if - V, 'I V . .. ., V ,Mgr ,Mu VV " N' "" " , 54-M l, 'A 4, Q e 'i vw- 'sf ' 1' I 9, rfgqwi' V " L' V at , -5 n n f , , , , .A 1 If A xg, N, V W' "f"'K'f'-"W n V - ,,, fx . , fV,' ., ,, -"'-- "' ' - I L " Y ,. . " .32 ' I ' V V ,A ow, 5 Q4 v '-111. .. 4' 53"-'V g,-grimy, - f , f' V, .f ' M " 1+ -,'-if ' A . V ' 'fu . ' ,--,'g- - frfyf- .,,'r.,f44ig. ,. u.,y.,'-V'f"'57'-, ' , M. V - V . Iv f , . M 'V TINY' V- ,'-VVTQ 'vw 4-ff' "1.-'QAV41 fp?" - "'V.f1'- " 414. 2: 'V 'iff 1 --2 V, ,,,'.4f2"W' f, fd' JT','13?'?i,j, gag ., .3 P' J, W , fjf ffffgf -"',.v2'g-Y ,ww ' Q. V u g - H, ' - - , fm V, , . ' . 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'-N 4.1 wr- f g' ' X Shirley Miller Dacey Miller 6th Grade 7th Grade Missouri Eaptist College Missouri Baptist College Arkansas State College Arkansas State College 'Nav J ll Bounds Lena King Brown 2igeCr1de 3rd Q Nth Grade ylssguri Baptist College Southeast Nlssouri State Arkansas State College Arkans S State College B S in education Faye Palrless lst Grade Central State Teachers Colleze Arkansas State Teach rs College tv. Jean Ann Crum 5th Grade Southeast Missouri State B S in Education .A 'CK 4-v I' ' 1 - q.W 'W 4: ,. . ' 2 .., K . 2 H I U .ilk R, , ' - 4 Q N A - C Q .,.,'- ' K . E , es . . , . .'. S .31 EIGHTH GRADE ROMBAUER L Marcella Buchanan Yargaret Conner Eddie DePr1est Bonita Duke Carol Duren L J Madonna Hamm Carlos Joiner Peggy Lacy Raymond Ogle M-1 N Lavada Blanton Sue Blue Pete Brittlan Shirley Brittian Jares Cook Key Glllean Floyd Johnson Edward Kempist Delbert V1 ler Dorothy Spradling UGP1 TUPUSP fan I4'P 'WMM Deloy Wilkerson 'Mi Calvin Wilson Linda wolf SIXTH GRADE U U G Gallia Benollet Bonnie Ricks Charles dard Lesley warren Jewel Watkins SEVE TH GRADE Y 'W 'J'-5 3 ,M 3 R W sammy Adamson Barbara Brittain Vivian Chandler Betty Conner , Mary De Priest ai 67 1 J Blcky Tom y Larry Linda De Priest Bvans Harty Hollett Jimmy Joiner John Kempisty Brenoa Fann Evelyn Fattingly Bobby Mitchell like Reeser Ronnie Richmond Billy Zoll RQMB UER FIFTH GRADE Lois Blanton Larry Brittaln Susan Brown Gail Cook Howard Daniel Danny Jenkins Linda Lovelace Paul Nations Bobby Heel Bobby Besser Ruth Richardson Larry Bommel Sally Ward Sandra Withrow Bay Wolf h Roy Connor Patsy Davis John Fairless Larry Haas Linda Haas 'N f',4 , ,I if e - - - m - EJ rl Q 1, V 'ai tgs PL 2, Q e 1 A. 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Ip .0 -' 5 , jg: 5 ,BH L .5 .Ai LV .1 -s 2' " .j Q '5 f , r , , y f n .A V J ' A4 A , N I, 51, yan FIRST GRADE if 70 i WW 'B' thi N ROMBALI ER Hida Bond Mary Bond Glenda Brittian Connie Brown Gary Chaffin Judy Cook Lindell Cook Joe Darnell Barbara DePr1est Susan DePr1est Dawn Haas Diana Hastings Susan Jones Sandra Lovelace Blair Muscbach Matthew Richardson Carol Richmond Janet Todd Betty Van Buren Phyllis Ward Glenda Wilkerson Linsey Wilkerson Terry Withrow Patricia Zoll YEARBCOK 6 A D Q e elected to reign Mary Carr and Dale Mattingly, seniors, wer PIBATEEB by the Senior Class The class as King and Queen of THE won this privilege by winning the yearbook sales contest in the high school K' KI U E E 5 I ' " 0 fi - Q 1' W , x ' K 1 I V Ax"qKy,f We ,jxi-K I 72 PRINCES AND PRINCESSES The yearbook princes and princesses were electedfromthe grade rooms that sold the most yearbooks qu? Russell M'ller, Karla Cunningham Fisk lst Grade Randy Scott, Elsie Dabbs Fisk 8th Grade Ricky DePr1est Rombeuer 6th Grade Patricia Zoll Bombauer lst Grade 1,1 w 4, f ' FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OFFICERS Standing Yvonne Caudel, secretary Vary Carr treasurer Sit ting SandraStucker,pres1dent,D0nna Mansbridge, vice president, Jea Ed nne mundson, reporter, Betty Stucker historian Not shown Sandy Owens, parliamentarian, Dawn Fowler, song leader FUTURE F RMERS OFFICERS Ralph rown, treasurer, Jerry Yartin reporter, Ronnie Little vice president Charles Lane president S111 Galloway sentinel Bonnie Cravens, secretary H V-v,,,... ' l IK ,. K K' X A A , 1 Q5 4 ' 'bg . . I ' T X . . c , A M I - ' 0 1 0 . . - , . . I , I - Y-.-,Q K tV,p 'Q V - A f g ' - -1 , . Q 1. , S ' . , 1 . - ' ' - , , , - 4 .1 I l . SWEETHEART BEAU FHANC S WA1TINGLV 4211?- ylfx I ew 0 , I Q9 G,J1oN, 2 'cg FHA RONLIE VCFUIN QMAKERS l fxxx X lu X A J C L yy The annual Barnwarming held in November ls the social highlight of the year The FFA Sweetheart is chosen by a ms1or1tyvotefrom the FFA boys and the FHA Beau is chosen by the majority vote of the FHA girls The coronatlon ceremonies were held at the Barnwarninv amid decor ations in keening with the harvest season 0 1 fe Y-X NEW N 75 L g . U 7 -4 ' M I .. . ' Lvfa h '-' 5,9 I 1Qf.M' 9' -N Qb 44,5 ' 0,0 9 OV'X""'l. 19 Q' . 1 'ox 'UQ 9 Q c:A'lEglmQgFe fa :' ' -ang . h if V ' Q D B 0 - N M, 1 on :J :- : ' rs- J " lf" --U v s is y ff-l :fx Q X 0' ' Or V 3 X N 0 X ' ' 0 5 'fl,l x xr X. t 0 so f I Bow 5: N. Cooper, F. Mattingly, H. Hicks, D. Vernon, E. Cooper, J. Gillean, J. Nicholson, D. Fowler, J. Donahue. Row 14: L. Book, L. Cooper, H. Still, M.Gage, E. Sifford, C. Mattingly, M. Bell, S. Hall, S. Mlllner, B. Whitt, D. Little, E. Patillo, D. Radford, C. Slfford, Mrs. Brockett-Adviser. Row 3: C. Decourley, P. Cochran, L. Smith, K. Jolly, B. Richmond, C. Campbell, J. Eostlc, M. MCKinz1e, S. Nicholson, P. Dabbs, I. Smith, S. Kimbrel, L. Maxwell. Row 2: L. Gage, B. Stucker, S. Cunningham, J. Edmundson, M. Mcffuin, S. Owens, D. Fowler. Bow 1: S.Stucker, D. Manshrldrge, Y. Caudel, M. Carr. FUTURE HOM EMAKERS of AMERICA K- 4 14a,L:Qfz2a-1-WSQQQAAQW , W. 'JVQJ V M 1 Q -, ni" v wal' 'V fix ',A'f I ,Q w.q. f,,y,,, If L, ' .w-... .11 w 'f' 4' . YHWWJQ " . '11::::':f3- ' X if . U ,Zin Vx Klip f ,, V ex r Q ah . y Q, Q -HQ ' Q 1 N I 40 1 xf ' .I ful, if 5 l my ' 1 -'Q . ., if C, "f ' IQ in ' zz. ff w 445 , I X , - J-Y' .'f.--gb I A f ly, I Z 3 ff' fo 9 'fa I 4 X L1 -gi 7 'v .. - .Nu O 5 1 4' Q9 1 , I N' JF. - I ', .Q gil M. fl' W 2 K wx, I V. 1 ' -ff' I 1 , .f ' - ' wr 0 ' . 5 , ?5 t , l Q A f i Q -f- ' I 1, 11" in ' ,, ,f . ff v , ff A , ' . . - ,pf 'MT W '- - W ' ,Z ""r,'AffQ ' A""v-2+ Ma.: :VF 'wth ,, , V. , ,ZA Al., jywg, rm f 1. , 5. , If ,',, ,T N- , H. V M. L MJ, . fl- NWT, 4 g k "T" ' 7 78 SENICDR CHRLS Bow 5: G.Blanton, N. Cooper, J.G1llean, D. Little, L.Pr1ce, E. Stucker, S. Cunningham, D.Mansbr1dge, S.Stucker,P.Br1t1an. Bow Us F. Branch, C. Tippen, D. Fowler, Y. Gage, D. Vernon, I.Caudel, L. Smith, R. Hicks, J.N1cholson, R. Long, S.Owens, D. Fowler. Bow 3: B.F1elds, K. Jolly, J.Spurlock, G.Curry, A. Shular, M.Brown, T. Hines. Bow 2: K. Morgan, S.L1ndsey, R. Hlllis, J. Wilkerson, M. Shafer, C. Duren, F. Cooper, Bow 1: P. Cochran, E.Bell, L.Kennedy, B.Glll1han, C.Hutch1- son, J. Donahue. GLEE LLIB Row M: J. Bostlc, H. Still, E.Pat11lo,S.N1cholson,D. Rad ford. Row 3: D. Blue, S. Alexander, C. Jordan, J. Townsend I. Smith, B. Skidmore, S. wright, V. Palmer, W. Miller. Row 2 J. James,6Z Invelace, P. Dabbs, M Bell,S. Hall, S. Millner J. Colter, H. Cade, S. Bell. Bow 1: L. Xaxwell, E. Sifford J. Edmundson, E. Kirkman, S. Sullivan, B. Campbell, S. Goodrich M. McKenzie, M. McKu1n. JU IOR GIRLS JUNICR SENIGR BUYS' GLEE CLUB N Bow 4: P. Elders, B. Thomason, B. Teague, J. Vernon, L. Shular. Row 3: B. Dever, J. Bouie, L. Harris, G. Cozart, D.Thornton,B. Bounds, B. Perry. Bow 2: D.Thomas,K.St111, D. Scott, B. Davis, A. Saylors, H. Andrews, J. Berry, S. Vancil. Row l: J. Burke, A. McClain, L. Hastings, D. Pen- nington, J. Bennett, L. Plumb, L.Pr1ce,G. Plumb, L. Cooper, L. Berry. Bow U: W. Taylor, D. Lacy, J. Taylor, B. T8Y10P- ROW 3- C. Fleeman, L. Kirk, B. williams, J. Moorg, L. Starnes, S. McKu1n, R. Vernon. Bow 1: J. Stuart, J. ooper, B. CSUSSY, B. Dugger, V. Starnes, M. Baughn, P. Meredith. BEGI - NING AN Susie Mlllner Drum Majorette Jo Ann Phyllis Townsend Dabbs j . Betty Whitt 5 I J BAD BANNER BEARERS MAJORETTE Thesoundof Sus1e's whis- tlel-the march begins and the bannerbearers,majorettes, and the band swing into step. Hours of practice, tire- some rehearsal, and finally a successful performance. --And so it goes as the band, under the direction of James Maze, prepares for trips to Band festivals and regular performances at assemblies and basketball games. Linda Maxwell an if' Avaleen Cade W A 1 AWGJEJV Bow 5: Mr. Maze-Director, B. Ellington, K. Still, S. Alexander, L. Donahue. Bow D: L. Berry, J. Berry. Bow 3: L. Cooper, D. Brown, B. Stucker, D. Fowler, S. Owens. Bow 2: S.Cunn1ngham,B.Sk1dmore, H. Still, N. Cooper, S. Stucker, L. Shular. Bow l: J. Edmundson, J. Gillean, A. Shular, K. Jolly, L. Book, D. Mansbrldge Diane Little Frances Branch Jean Donahue JUNIOR BAND Row 3 Darlene Kirk, Harriet Jolly, Barbara Martin Row 2 Joey Cravens, Julia Bell, Doris Smith Bow 1 Wanda Howe, Janice Stuart, Vicky McGowan, Brenda Hayes, Elsie Dabbs, Le vada Starnes .IU OR HIGH MAJGRETTE Darlene Kirk, Brenda Hayes, Levada Starnes, Julia Bell, Vicky McGowan, Janice Stuart, Wanda Howe l Wl llll l I My E 955. wx Q -mzw-"" ,,i,g-:gigs pf' ,. , 41 . ,,.1,L,,,tFmi ,-hifi, ' fi' ' 1. .5- 5 Q 3-4 1 L fzix 1,1 ,,, 'fm 5 "ffl 1 1 ' fl? mm 5,513 BOCDK CLUB K ' sm -n'av41',:An. 4 .. ' x , . . - foMN+f:f' our -fisnalllll Bow 4: D.Fos1er, J.G1llesn, J. Nicholson, S. Owens, B. Hicks, L. Smith, K. Jolly, S. Cunningham, D. Mansbridge, A. Cade. Bow 3: D. Fowler, P. Cochran, S. Alexander, L. Donahue, D. Brown, J. Ward, F. Elders, B. Brown, E. Pfeffer, J. Donahue. Row 2: S. Waggener, B. Richmond, B. Ellington, B. Creacy, C. DeCourley, S. Kimbrel, Y. Caudel, B. Stucker, F. Mattingly. Bow l: Mrs. Owens-Sponsor, F. Cooper, C. Duren, M. Shafer, B. Gillihan, C. Hutchison, J. Edmundson, L. Gage, L. Kennedy, H. Gage. SECRET RIES ll ' ' Julieanne Vernon, secretary to superinten- dent, graduated from the Fisk-Rombauer High School in 1958 asValed1ctor1anof her class. She earned a scholarship to Southeast Missouri State Teachers College which she used until the end of the first semester of this year, when she accepted this position as secretary. hisince the YeaTb00k Plan was made before 2 081P1lW8r0 Olployed, thestaffapologizes or 'mt arranging these pictures with the other school emp1oyees.J Jean fHoldenJ Crafford, secretary to prin- olpal, graduated from the Fisk-Bombauer High School in 1955. She was married to Dale Crafford, aformer student of F-BE, in 1956. Shewasformerly employed at the Internation. al Shoe Company. BETA OFF' E Rs As an honor club this or- ganization consists of stu- dents with high scholastic recordsandgood citizenship in school and out. It is a Betty Stucker, treasurer, Miss Alma Lou Dixon, BPOHSOPS Balph Brown, vice-president, Karen J011Y, Presldentg Jeanne Edmundson, secretary. non-secret service organi- zation for students and faculty. This year marks the beginning of the Beta Club activities at F-BHS. The organizational meeting was held in November, in affiliation with the National Beta Club, with eleven charter members In view of the success of the first year the Beta Club should continue to grow in membership, as well as, service U ROW 2 Ralph Brown, Carolyn Sifford, Karen Jolly, Betty Stucker, Dawn Fowler, Jean Donahue Row 1 Miss Alma LGU Dixon. Sandy OWBUS, Jeanne Edmundson Marie Gage, Frances Mattingly BET L B l l f A, .... 6 -"Y" EWSPAPER STAFF Presenting school news in an inter estlng manner is a challenge to our newspaper staff They have met this challenge by making our paper enter taining as well as informative, head lining special events, and recognizing students worthy of merit Beading clockwise from top center their positions on the staff' are as fol lows Joyce Nicholson, editor, Bonnie McKu1n, page editor, Sandra Owens, Sandra Stucker, and Ronnie Cravens, news reporters, Frances Mattingly, Yvonne Caudel, and Carol Tiopen, fea tures, Pete Townsend, sports Charles Lane and Gary McKu1n, advertising and circulation, Jeanette Wilkerson, Dimple Fowler, and Janetta Gillean, typists Mary Carr and Karen Jolly, page editors 1 INTCRSCMQM f, -J - l I 'Q' fr-0' -fig."-' Q. o' ago' 'Q nfl?-' YEARBOOK STAFF To present a yearbook that would be interest- ing and factual now and also in years to come.--This was the goal set up by the staff as they began their year'swork. This yearbook is a result of their work. Beading clockwise from top center their staff positions are: Sandra Warren, edltorg Mrs. Potlllo, advisorg Dawn Fowler, assistant editorg J. C. Foust, advertising sales mana- gerg Ruth Long, circu- lation and subscription managerg Patty Cochran, assistant business man- agerg Ruth Hillis, busi- ness managerg Dale Mattingly, sports edi- torg Marie Gage, copy editorgliarbara Gillihan and Charlene Hutchison, typistsg Jean Donahue, photography editorg Linda Kennedy, art edi- torg Donna Mansbrldge, class editorg Shirley Cunningham, assistant class editor. ' 'o 0 .' I' 'o 'o fr". .0 ' o 2' 0. o so o'o 0' , fo e' ,O O O Io Q I ee' ' 0' 3.0 'Se' f'0 Qs 0':'o o z BANQUET THEME . ' , 959 rs- Q ig s 7 ' I K V Q O 99 189 5.1-". -.Q I 1 O Ai ' I' 4 ' .f . 1' :N i ' 'L' :Mfg f A 'cn in CCACHE and CAPTAINS Pete Ownsend Opponents Qulin Bernie Campbell Morehouse Puxico Neelyville Gray Ridge Dexter Ploomfield Lutesvllle Kennett Kelly Clarkton Holcomb Bloomfield Puxico Donlphan Basketball is one of the cleanest sports in the world It instills in the fans, well as the team the strong desire to wln along with the courtesy to accept defeat graciously Basketball requires thought, co operation and hours of practice Each of these helps develop better citizens capable of fading future problems we are proud of our year's record A record ac quired through many hours of practice a few losses, and many victories SEASCJN SCORES Where There Here Here There There Here There Here Here Here There Here Here There There Here There Date Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec an Jan. an. Jan. Jan. Jan. Web, Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. They 1 J , BS J M -.. 4, - , We . 13 sz U9 5 . 1u ev 61 , 17 66 53 . 2b 68 71 Doniphan Here Nov. 27 73 65 -. 15 71 65 , 17 Bb U2 J . 5 59 72 9 61 75 - J 12 76 58 16 Mb 52 , 22 51+ U9 23 U7 U6 . 2 63 66 1 5 6b 57 . 12 as 52 19 73 66 zo 53 65 o T0 U RNAME T SCOR ES lst Place PIRATES 73 70 M2 66 2nd Place PIRATES 88 CCAC jrd Place Poplar Bluff Tourney PIRATES OPPONPNTS Ellsinore Poplar Bluff V811 Buren Dale Fattingly, Coach Lawson, J C Foust Bloomfield Tourney OPPONENTS Bernie 55 Doniphan U6 woodland 39 Bloomfield 53 Kennett Tourney OPPONENTS Senath 51 Gideon Clarkton Wardell and MA AGERS John 75 59 56 55 69 78 72 25 59 Puxlco 50 51 68 72 69 X BASKETBALL TEAM naw Row 2 Coach Lawson, F Yarler, B Acuf D Inman, B VcKu1n, H Inman K Wilkerson nn 1 P Townsend, C Dug,er, B Landrum, williams, R Landr-eth, J Gllkey B TEAM irskiff .I-4 Wvymtwlr BOW 2 Coach Adams S Vernon, B Acuff K Wilkerson, G Hon, J dicks J Fields atkins Row 1 K Varler, J Townsend, g galvert, E Nicholson, E Hall, D Sirrpson, R V'c'Cu1n, F Caudel, ren Y Y A 9 ? 9 ' ' Ny -r ...M , W, M., ,.l- ,. .V------.-me -- he T. 'f . .,----T " A A V , X, Y r 'W' 1 8 .A . Q C " O K 1 I M D' 1 4 X Us 0 i 0 Q 1 1 4 I . . . x T . fs , . A . 1 . , . . ' ' 1 : . . gf . M . . . . Q Q 9 9 ,"' , B A 'C A olee - Y ' - ' B C ' - - T M -1 , , A:,f,w.WV--we-'-,m.,,.n.,..,,.c..,,,,,,, NME. W,,,,lQ,0,..,.o..,., T www A -W W . ,M..n..,, ,,,,, WH ,, jj v ' ' B in I 2 4 ' I , -,1 .B 3 Q .J K xii. V : y 0 o , a n ' I ' Q D0 uv 0 : c - Q - ' 0- 4 0 1 9 . . o 5 I Pm I 4 'x AX! I ., k 'N ff ,I ff. ',:, fx L ,Ml I H5 'f, I ,v MICKEY WILLIAMS Height--6'2' Weight--165 Junior Lettered--2 yesrs Total Points--386 Point Average--12,7 FG.--3b.7Z FT.--58.5Z Pass it to me, and I'11 hook it through the net. QQIANQ9 'I'EE,AknV1 CO CAPTAINS Pete Townsend Bonnie McKu1n BONNIE LANDRETH Height--5'8" Weight--150 Junior Lettered--3 years Total Points--567 Point Average--16.2 FG.--U21 FT.--82.b1 You got lt, sink lt. Roger Landrum Height--6' 2' Weight--175 Junior Lettered--3 years Total Points--295 Point Average--22.7 FG.--U31 Fro"62'u'Z The SPHPK plug of' the team JERRY GILKEY Height--5'8' Weight--135 Junior Letiered--1 year Total Points--2L5 Point Average--7 PG.--352 FT---75Z If I were 2 foot toller, I'd dunk 1t.W CARL DUGGEB Height--5'8' Weight--100 Junior Letnered--1 year Total Points--71 Point Average--U Fo.--b6.7Z FT.--b6.UZ He always puts up a good fight KENNETH WILKEHSON Height--6' Weight--135 Sophomore Lettered--1 year Total Points--166 Point Average--8. PG.--16.51 FT.--66.61 The crowd pleaser of the team. 3 BONNIE MCKUIN Height--6'1' Weight--1MO Senior Lettered--2 year Total Points--U6 Point Average--3 FG.--M21 FT.--601 Up it goes, and---- STEVE VERNON Height--5'lOn Weight--150 Sophomore Lettered--1 year More experience could be of value PETE TOWNSEND Height--5'll' Weight--150 Senior Lettered--3 years Total Points--500 Point Average--1M,u FG.--b2,2Z FT.--78.356 Give me an open shot, and I'll pop the net. Billy Mosbey Height--6' 1' Weight--1b2 Sophomore Lettered--1 year ever fear, 8111's here. KENNY NARLEB Height--5'7' Height--130 Freshman Lacked experience, but not determl nation. PE UB Bow 4 E Sifford, D Fowler, S Stacker, S Owens, Gillean, J Nicholson, D Vernon Bow 3 S Hall, M Be 1 L Book, S Waggoner, S Wright, J Donahue Bow 2 F Branch, S Millner, Row 1 L Price, M Carr B Vhitt, P Cochran J Edmundson, B Skidmore, M Gage, N Cooper, L Gage Left to right are attendant Karen Jolly and her escort Mickey Williams, Russell M1ller,crownbearer, Ronnie McKu1n escort for the queen,M1ssFrances Mattingly, Myra Kay Jolly, flower girl, Pete Townsend, escort for Ruth Long, attendant : O I O I Je O O O : 0 O 1 , O L. Smith, L.Maiwell, P. Dabbs, D: Fowler, S. Alexander,.I. Smith. : . . , . . , . J I ' ' 1 100 HCJMECGMI G QUEE FU" fu "X , ' . x r 1 n., -ms! A i , xrlbu f, jg Q21 .9 'MM eltraw fm 1' W 2+ PFANCFS YATTINGLY was elected by he basketball players and managers as Homecoming Queen of the 1949 60 basketball season The zlrls that were nominated were rated by each boyandthe candidate receivint he bes rating was elected queen and the two following ratings were attendants Frances is a senior, and in addition to her regular class work she is a cheerleader, a ECTDGP of the Beta Plea, P A A , and Glee club I . R , . 47' l r wif 1: 5 , ' , 5 1-I I. ,R I I J x 'X TF' 15441 ' Q .st -Wi' . rf f i . E I .H it lb . 4 N Y 7'- --! ' - , I ., V 5 X. I : 7 ' f . - J ag . pk ,Q J . '7f.,l..:.15SgT1:'.6 4 we .. ' N S C' - 1 .:. s. ' -' Y Y Ml, ' L ' X qwrfg 5 N, al rv jw , -5, 'gf - 'f,-1? 7.1, -5 , l .Q X. , Q K4 . M Y, W, 3 xf gf, ' , ,' ' f- ' Mfr ' s . l L. Y . 1 ' - ' .., . fy O- G , .1 ., o I .J Q ' A 1 . 1' ' ' ' f' - .1 l . . . . may ' 1 xx. KAREN JOLLY, attendant to Homecoming Queen, is a senior and an honor roll student. Karen's extra cur- ricularactivitiesare:Cheer- leading, F.H.A., Beta Club, Book Club, Band, and Glee Club. HER TTENDAN S RUTH LONG, attendant to Queen, is asenior. In addi- tion to regular classes Ruth works in the pr1nc1pa1's office, is secretary to Mr. Creach, sings in the Glee Club and is secretary of the Senior Class. Rf' l,f 101 102 FISK ROMB UER Karen Jolly Co-Captain Leading our fans they supported Donna Mansbrldge Betty Stucker CHEERLE DERS Frances Mattingly Co-Captain the team in victory and defeat. Yvonne Caudel Shirley Cunningham Wi 10 100 ASEBALL TE M Row 2 B Acuff K Wilkerson, J Wicks, G Hon, W Galloway, B Little, B Nicholson Bow 1 Coach Lawson, J F1elds,M Williams, The Fisk Pirates Baseball Team is a member of the Tri River League organized in thespringof 1958 Ten teams have membership in the league Fisk opened the 1959 60 season by losing three to one at Neelyville The '59 60 record wasfivewins and four losses The sub district and district tournaments were held at Fisk, the regional was held at wardell wheretheP1rates were defeated by Ross seven to three Thanks to the American Legion Post No 2b6 of Fisk, the baseball team had the privilege of playing night baseball under the new lights in the baseball park Although the boys' recordmayhave been more outstanding, they had lots of fun They learned to enjoy 'playing for play1ng's sake ' BASEBALL SCORES Fisk 6 Bell City 2 Neelyville 7 Fisk 6 Fisk 8 Qulin 2 Bernie U Fisk 2 Neelyville 3 F1814 1 Fisk 5 sen city 3 Bisco 6 Fisk M Fisk N Bernie 3 Fisk 8 - Bernie 7 : O , 0 I I O B1 Landrum, P. Townsend, B. fandreth, J. Gllkey, K. Marler, Coach Adams. Pete Townsend Catcher ' UL lllll ASEBALL TEAM 3'--,ff 5 4'-,va X X 1 Jerry Gilkey Left Field - f Roger Landrum Y E111 Galloway Third Base Pitcher Ronnie Landreth Shortstop XULQIZR Vickey Williams Wlrst Q se O 10 nonnie Little Second Daee 4q ' Eilly Acuff Reserve Q0 ASEB LL TEAM James Fields Pitcher 'P Kenny Narler Bight Field Kenneth Wilkerson Reserve Boyce Nicholson Center Field Sth GRADE TEAM Back Bow C Edwards, R Teague, J Cravens, E Cross, Calvert, S Carr, M Hicks, F Von Front Row D Miller L MoGowenB Scott, J Taylor, D Tay1or,V H111,J Landrum 7th GRADE TEAM Back How K Brewer, M Lewis, G Ballew, J Cooper, C DeCour1ey, B Thurman, Coach Robert Snider Front Bow E Caudel, C Boyer, G Nicholson, J Caudel, L Townsend, D ver-non, B Jolly 10 : e s 0 ' J ' o o 0 0 : ' I , , . - e v 0 9 J. Snider. Coach Robert Snider 10 JU IOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Harriet J011y, Elsie Dabbs. Sonda Smith, Janet I-'IcGowen, Sue Hesselrode, Billy Reine CHEERLE DERS Too wow Linda dolf, Peggy Lacy, Linda Kay Gillean, Sue Blue Bottom Bow Carolyn Joiner, Madonna Hamm, Bonita Duke, 'Roms uER ROMBAUER TEAM l Mr R Marms C Joiner, C wilson J Watkins, D Spencer, D WU-ke1'S9f1, B ZO1l TEAM 52, 'P 'Z 33 42' 2 Top Bow: Mr. Hanna, E. EePr-lest, S. Adamson, M. Reese, J. Cook, C. ward, J. Joiner. Bottom Bow: L. Warren, F. Johnson, C. Gallamore E. Hon, E. Turner. 10 QQ Y, . .. .r- ---'---ff -- Y x be V1 C 34 D: X I Q Ji " 17' 5 N 3 R , ' 5 .7 x ' ' J V! o 0 9 o us , 0 0 9 ' Q! 9, 47 . -'lr I . ?-,N h V , J ff? ' 'i' -X fx- N K I . w 1 .. .G 1 J a 110 SENIOR ACTIVITIES ,. Sandra Warren Clee Club l 2 Pep Club 2 Librarian 2, Anrual Editor U, Newspaper Staff 3 Bonnie Cravens A 1 2 3 U F P A Officer U Band 2 3 U Newspaper Staff U Book Club 3 Class Play 3 Dale Mattingly Class Officer 2 3 U l 2 3 U W F A Officer 2 3 Basketbal l Basketball Manager 3,U, Baseball 3 U Class Play 3, Annual Staff U, Glee Club J C Foust B F A 1 2, Pep Club 2 3 Glee Club 2 3 Basketball Manager U Annual Staff Ruth H1111S Glee Club 1,2 3,U, Annual Staff U Demple Fowler Cheerleader 2 Pep Club 1,2 Sue Lindsey Honor Boll l Barbara Gillihan Glee Club l 2 R l 1 2 3 U Sandra Stucker 3, Majorette 2,3, Band 2 F H A 2 3 U, Glee C 1,2, Newspaper Staff U Book Club 3 U Basketball Queen Attendant 2,3,U, Book Club 3 Glee Club 1,2,3 U ,3 U Librarian 2 3,U, Book Club 3 U Annual Staff U Honor Band 1 2 3 U Glee Club l F U F P A Officer , Book Club 3 Pep Club 2 3 U Pep Band 3 Class Play 3 Newspaper Staff U Honor B l 1,2 3 U Karen Jolly A U P H A Officer H A Sub District Officer 3 F H A Beglonpl Officer U Honor Boll 2 U Annual Queen Attendant 2 Band l 2 3 Cheerleader 2 3 U Beta Club U Beta Club Officer U Glee Club 1 2 Pep Band Maxine Shafer Glee Club 1,2 3 Donna Vernon A Band Faye Cooper Glee Club l 2,3 U Christine Duren Glee Club 1 2 3 U Jim Little Book Club 3 U Librarian U, Newspaper Staff 3 2 3 Pep Club 2 U Glee Club 1,2,3 U Student Director Book Club 3 U Usherette 3, Librarian Newspaper Staff 3 Book Club 3 U F H A 2 Librarian-U Pep Club 3 Glee Cluo l 2,3 U, Book Club 3 U Wayne Burleson F F A 1,2 Pep Club l 2 Class Officer l U Basketball Nanager 2 ,QQ ,Es xlx O - , g - 5 - ' A - ' - . 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A e- ' I '11 l3l 1 ' I " 1 1 1LI ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 v ' 1 auf '21 1 ' ' ' ' F'H' '-2131u1 " 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 I ' I - 'LII ' 1 1 1 1 ' I ' 1 1 1 1 -' I 1 -21 I' y , ' ',, 0 - - -- 1 ' - , s I - , s 1 - - SENIOR ACTI ITIES Lois Jord n Pep Club l Glee Club l Charles Lane A ficer 2,3 M W l 3 M P C ub 2,3, hemsoaper Staff Charlene Hutchison Book Club N Librar an 3 U Glee Club l 2 3 M Annual Staff M Bernlece Dell Librarian Glee Club l,2,3,b Usherette Jeanette wllke son Glee Club l 3 Book lub 3 Newspaper staff 4, Liorar an 2 3 U Pat Brlttaln Glee Club l 3 Linda Kennedy Glee Club l 2 Book Club 3 M, Band 2 Annuxl Staff M Usherette Librarian b Nola Cooper Band 1,2 4 Glee C ub l 2 3 3 M Pep Club 2 M, Book C ub Honor B011 1,2,3 Kathryn Norgan Glee Club l,2 3 M, Book Club Carlotta Hastings Jerry Martin Peo Club 3 Glee Club 2 F F Officer l 3 M Junior Minehart Glee Club Class Play 3 Book Club 3 4 Jack Bridges Glee Club 2 Band 3 Baseball 2 Jerry Thornto A 3 Alvle Blchmann Basketball Charles oorsett Track l, Baseball M Bonnie McKuln ee Club l W A 3 Basketball l M Class Play 3 P A Beau A Officer 3 Class Offlc r 3 Newspaper Staff M Jary YcKu1n F A l Glee Club l 2, Basketball l,2, Baseball l 2 Class King 2 Class Play 3 ewspaper Staff Gerald Page Glee Club 2 Book Club U Class Play 3 Pep lub - - Q - Q F.P. . Of - 3, 9 -.F.A.- ,2, , 5 ,ep 1 - ' ' v A a -4. ' 1 1' " 1 5 'es 1 1 3 ' " ' -23 - 5 -3- Y' " ,2, ,ug C - 3 A ' ' 1 '-, , 0 " 121 ru' ' 1 :Erbs ' - ' 1 ' ""-S E 'i '33 -f 'A 737 2 1 '-1 1 sul ?'H'A"21 1 1 'ws . 1 '31 - ,LL ' 1 1 l H '30 Glee Club-l,2,3,U, , - 5 - Q . .A.-1,2,3,4g F.F.A. - , , . '21 ' 1 ' 1 ' 'ei ' S U ' - D. F.P. .-1,2, ,1+. -1,L+. Glv q H - 3 ..F. .-l,2, ,Ng - ,2,3, 3 . - 3 .H. . -U3 r.r.-. ' - 5 . e - 3 1 ' ' A - . P 1 F. . 1- 3 - L ' - , - ' ' -l, 5 -lg - 3 5 - , J. --3 - -f. S - I - C -3- 111 SENIOR ACTIVITIES Donna Mansbrldge Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4, Peo Club 2 3, Cheerleader 4 Book Club 3 4 A F P A Officer 4 Class Officer 3 4 Class Play 3 Pep Band 1 Annual Staff 4 Joyce Nicholson A , Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Book Club 3,4, Pep Club 2 3 4 Newspaper Staff 3,4 Usherette 3, Class Play 3, Librarian 2 Newspaper Editor 4 Mary Carr 3 H 4 F P A Officer 3 4 Class Play Uep Club 2 Glee Club l 2 3 Peo Club Of icer 4 Annual Queen Attendant 3 Class Officer 4, Newspaper Staff 4 Book Cluo 3 Pete Townsend Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 Class Officer 1, News paper Staff 4 Basketball Captain 4 Ruth Long A Glee Club 3 4 Class Queen 2 Usherette 3 Pep club 1 2 Annual Staff 4 Class Officer 1 2 4 Marie Gage Glee Club 1 3 4 Book Club 3,4, Pep Club 4 Pep Club Officer 4 Beta Club 4 Class Officer l 3 F H A 2 3 4 Llbrar an 1 2 3 4, Class Play 3 Annual Staff, Honor Roll l 2 3 4 Jean Donahue Glee lub 1,2 3 4, Pep Club 2, ,4, Book Club 3,4, Band 4 Librarian 4 Class Frances Mattingly Band l,2,3 F H A 2 3 4 Beta Club 4, Book Club 3 4, Pep Club 2, Glee Club 1 2 3, Cheerleader 3 4, F F A Sweetheart 4 Jimmy Stuart F F A l 2 3 F F A Offi er 2 F F A State Farmer 3 F F A Chapter Star Farmer 3 Glee Club 2 Class Play 3, Book Club 3 Band 2 Linda Blue Forensic League, Astronomy Club Inferclass Volleyball 9131 Junior All Star Volleyball All Star Volleybvll Interclass Speedball Interclass Basketball 1 2 3 Junior All St r Basketball Interclass Basketball Champions 2 3 Sci nce Club 1 Janetta Glllean Band 1,2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 E ok Club 3,4, Pep Band l 2 F H A F H A Officer 3, class Play 3 Newspaper Staff 4 Glee Club l 2 3 4 Sandra Owens Class Officer Pep F nd d l 2 F H A Officer 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Book Club 3 4 Book Club Ofricer 3 Class Play 3 Beta Club 4 Honor Roll l 2 3 4 Xersoaper Staff 4 f' IIIIE Xx aiii 41llll:!"!E5i -p' ! 112 ' 1 ly 1 5 ' 1 1 1 ' : '-1 ' ' I ' 1 1 F-H. --2,3,'+s . -5 ' - , : - 9 -s F.H. .-2,3,4' ' , , , I - ' ' 1 ' 1 1 I V - 5 - . - . -Ms v - . 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' ' 022 3 - l a . ,4 I i ' 1 -', , Q 5 11 AUTOGRAPHS REGICNA CHAMPIONS Left to right Kenny Wilkerson, Billy Mosbey Kenny Marler, Jerry Gilkey, Steve Vernon, Mickey Williams, Pete Townsend, Carl Dugger, Bonnie Landreth Ronnie McKu1n, and Brent Hall A FIRST IN BASKETBALL HISTORY Pirates take lst in Regional 'M' Basketball Tournament at Bloomfield, February 27, by defeat ing Matthews in the finals The team played well and their ability and efforts werewell rewarded We traveled to Cape Girardeau February 29 and played Cape Catholic in the first round of the State Tournament we were defeated 66 bb 135 P1806 'M' Regional Tourney PIRATES OPPONENTS Malden Bernie Lilbourn 70 Matthews 59 4. '- fn 7 V ' 'yf' , , 3 2 Q f . 3 y S : I 61 52 81 62 7"' 60 AUTOGRAPHS ALITCDGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS f 6+- Aw W' . 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