Fort Knox High School - Eagle Yearbook (Fort Knox, KY)

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Freshmen HONORS SPORTS ACTIVITIES ADVERTISEMENTS fg,. ,Z 1 aiQ 442' f-nb im nm .Q Us WWW WWW W-uw K, N., Amr., r, .fl ALMA MATER Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, Hail to Fort Knox High, We will pledge our fall devotion, Ere we my good-hye. Upward, onward, ever forward, May there ever he In the heart: of all your Jtudentx, Looe and Loyalty. SCHOOL SONG Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox High School, Beit Jchool in the land. You're the only, There'.r no other, We all underxtand. Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox High School, May there ever he, In the heart: of all your Jmderm . . . loyalty Q- I C, 1.11 wfw!M,A.f4Mw1- , md ,.m,,,...gmw s Q v ju i we! 'fl N ! 4 M, 'Ii W 1 S '. Vr?1 3 x - F' is . +5 - ,.. ,..g, 'ma r si ' W " x Q , 5 I -'QL , F '. K S ,"?W M fir 4 , :Mug w. s? .' , v .1 4 S, Eg? vii' M .RW ' ' w':-I:-H,,A'.', W 1'-.-J.,r.1-fx -2? 'I - 3 2,21 was 5 -az E J ' Q, 'X' K ,fx 1, ,K AT I in r - 1 , 1x,,,,.,.,x,. ., , Q , rfoilcfliflfaw: 4. 1 .nw .,,, .5 SJ, - " - qv - 1 V 44. Au, v,.,,U ,T .x --N f we fy N ML ifi: rv ii " -l xf 1 . .kg n i 'W ' W I 155 s "- -5: WP' V .? 'gf I Pj Agpvulgv A 4 J , - A , I h I A Q WX A X 3? fgg l' r Ji QQW, ATFSWEWHW 59" ini ,mnWmw p f L 3- 2 f Q ,. Whig , i E f , Q iz 1 ir .S D Vi K V! Q 2 sgfifz Vx 55 4 11 ' K 3 y 1 'E Qggaqgfkiig if 'gf' X xy "K'rf '53 if' '35 31 3 4 5 .f In ,gf A Y l rw Hari "3g"'5f gg is Q5 5 HRT " 2' X-.. J? fl, 'Z ' K 1, 4.4 .E '2..,?r'i'-r-f Tk' .Mai M X, M,mag J ,rgfrfffi L- afmsgif 53? Y? Y 11 . Tl I WWW pq Hmm I QL., ii- ACI LTV U5 I xl-2fX"I'lCDiXl -E i d"'.- ,Z-'jg f"'X ji Ni- f -uf --'Lf in -kt-sfjf X pk i A f'- 3 - iv- x -f -Q. -il a- Www. .AQ f-MM' ,fig SCHOOL BOARD - Major Fred G. Colonel Claire S. HEAD UARTERS US ARMY ARMOR Offzce of the Commanding General Fort Knox, Kentucky Your successful completion of the Secondary School Program is the first of many goals to which you have dedicated yourselves. I commend each of you for having fulfilled this milestone in your young career. A good high school ed- ucation is a most important link to a successful funire. The knowledge that you have gained here at Fort Knox High School forms a solid foun- dation upon which you can continue to build your future. As you go forth toward new in- terests and greater responsibilities, it is our hope that the education which you have received at this institution will pave the way for many interesting and worthwhile achievements in your chosen career. Do not stop learning when you have hung E . of ry A up your diploma. Continue your education, for knowledge is the indispensable ingredient of all future progress. Tomorrow's leaders in all fields of endeavor are in the classrooms of high schools and colleges today. I congratulate each one of you on a job well done. As you leave, my best wishes go with you. 1. E. Bastion, jr. Brigadier General, USA Commanding FORT KNOX DEPENDENT SCHOOLS 1 ' Sergeant Maior Floyd Lieutenant Colonel Sergeant Maior O a Christensen jr. Curtis Egger: Wayne F. Kirchoff E, Miller 12 Major John J. Major Albert H. Colonel john R. Mr. Herschel J. 0'Bf1CH Perkins Riley Roberts Nei Greetings to the Fort Knox High School graduating class of 1962 May your foundation which you have started by completing the secondary school ever grow stronger through further study work and s Herschel J Roberts Superintendent ahh -01 M M' ,. .umwtma,,,,.M,-X. N'- Me ,,,, M19-7 ' f t , , 5 cccc 41, , To you, the 1962 Senior Class, I extend congratulations upon the com- pletion of a very important segment success in your future undertakings. of your ,education and best wishes for W Carl I.. Williams Assistant Superintendent Each senior who passes this way is the custodian of a God given talent that not one of us has a right to waste. May each of you invest his talent in such a manner that the best will be yours. It is always a pleasure to know such a nice group. R. Howard Downing Assistant High School Principal I want to congratulate the Senior Class of 1962 for the bridges they have built. Future students will find these bridges as gateways to opportunity. We all trust that the gaps you have bridged during your high school years will be the foundation for bigger and better bridges. S. M. Matarazzo High School Principal PM 71 f f,111111,111111 111111111111,1111,1,1111111J11 f , , , y ev ' . ' ' ' S .f . V, .Ni ,Mg W M7 il,:,F?Fk,w was ., '-t,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,....,.,N. T , -J -I if kL?-L Li? 7' '5 '1, .f f X ,i V. W filgiflfv '31 1 LILA VAUGHN High School Guidance Counselor Louisville, Kentucky Asbury College George Peabody College for Teachers SETH FARLEY junior High School Guidance Counselor Henderson, Kentucky Murray Srare College Indiana University VERNON S. AMOS FRANCES ERNST BARNES Wayne, Ohio Vine Grove, Kentucky Oberlin College, Bowling State University, University of Kentucky, University of University of Toledo, University of Colo- Louisville rado. English Mathematirr KAY ALAN BROWN LELIA ANN BURROW ROBERT BURROW Svbhie, Wert Virginia Dauxron Sbfinkli Kentucky Malvern, Arkansas I . West Virginia Wesleyan College, George Western Kentuckv Staff College University of Kentucky, Lon Morris Junior Peabody College for Teachers Sfiemig College , Muiic Barkellmll Coach, Pbwical Educalion MARTHA BUSTABAD GERALD WAYNE CHANCE San jose. Corte Rica London, Kefmlfkj' University of Costa Rica, Georgetown Cole Georgetown College, Eastern Stare College, lege Union College Language H irtory DONALD H. CHAPMAN MARGARET SUE CHRISTIE LASKA ANN DARLING Mauena, NewYork Greenxburg. Kentucky Princeton, Kentucky St. Lawrence U., Western Kentucky Stare University of Kentucky Western Kentucky State College ICIollege, University of Kentucky Htstory, Pfyclaology Burineu Education Lftory 'ffm' MARY DIXON WARREN SHIRLEY ELI MARIETTA FORAKER Bowling Green. Kentucky Crofton, Kentucky Versailler, Kentucky Randolph-Macon Women's College, West- Murray State College, Washington Uni- Georgetown College, University of Ken ern Kentucky State College VCl'SifY, Purdue UfliV6rSiIY U1CkV language Science Englifb, Speech and Dramatic Arts SWIGERT HOCKENSMITH WILLIAM S. JOHNS JOHN HACKETT Frankfort. Kentucky Uniontown, Pennxylwznia W'n5he5'e'f Kentucky University of Kentucky, Georgetown Col- Carnegie Institute of Technology, Univer Western Kentucky State College lege sity of Louisville Phfy-WMI Edwfmon Latin, Hiftory Band Director LOIS KATHRYN LUNETTA Clinton, Connecticut Jackson College for Women, Tufts Univer- stty Science :WWW VIRGINIA M. MARSHALL Bowling Green, Kentucky Columbia University, Western Kentucky State College Art NORMAN WILLIAM MILLER Ekmn. Kentucky Western Kentucky State College, Univer sity of Kentucky Science 'Q'-31 ANNA LEE MADDOX Kuhn, Oklahoma Bethel College, Murray State College, Uni- Englirh versity of Louisville Mathematicr JANE MC COY Radcliff, Kentucky Indiana University JAMES MASTERSON Parir, Kentucky Eastern Kentucky State College Indurtrial Arty FRANCES MATARAZZO Elizabethtown, Kentucky Transylvania College, University of Ken rucky, Indiana University Mathematicr ROBERT nl. MINTON Sweeden, Kentucky CHARLENE WILMA MOSS Western Kentucky State College, Eastern Bernafdrrille, North Carolina Kentucky State College Berea College Industrial Art: German SYLVIA NORRIS Lexington, Kentucky University of Kentucky, Campbellsville College Home Economic: DAN RAY QUISENBERRY Hartford, Kentucky University of Kentucky Mathematics, Phyxicr 0f Louisville E I b V ty "Industrial arts teacher comes to the rescue Unlvefglfy gf Kentucky Nazareth College MARY MILDRED SMITH JULIANN R. TESAR DOROTHY S. TIPTON Ekron, Kentucky Central City, Nehrarha Arhland, Kentucky Western Kentucky State College, Univer- Doane College Georgetown College, University of Louis sity of Louisville. Phyfical Education ville. Englixh language: LUCILLE MC WILLIAMS VAN DYKE Braclfordwille, Kentucky Kentucky Wesleyan College, University of Kentucky, University of Louisville. Political Science RAMELLE PATTERSON Speech Therapirt tt' f L. lg If - . Q ' F-TL 1:22 Y, U, W, WV I CLAIRENE KERRICK WALLER Calhoun Kentucla 1 LV Western Kentuclcy State College, Nazq- reth College, University of Louisville, Uni versity of Kentucky. Library Science 1 M f,:.4:'rf1 WILLIAM E. WALLER Fountain Run, Kentucky Western Kentucky State College Mathematic: "It must be your move!" X 1' f ..,e .:' - ' if , ,Q 1'i-QM 2 , ..-ff: mm.. , gviifxwl -V ' 'fl N 'M f fi Q 'Q 21- t-4'I'e.:- ' ' x' ,' . ,gi 1, 1 6 2, i z v A A' -- up ', 'ri-fi2x., 1fi5,, I -...ki W' '14 E Ee? l M, 'Ui 4, ii 'VM , 4 iii B' , . ,zips-2 if l li ' ,gt . 4 E 1 if . 'I xl , E ..,, I' F QUIZMO-Rl NOLA G. MAGRUDER Louisville General Hospital Rockport, Illinois . ,, ,li wa K ,W f if Giles' K , l fawinvf wp- A 22 ,Z BETTY KING MARGREFA C. FOX High School Secretary High School Secretary Mrs. Louise Walters, Mrs. Nyla Umsch wi v r, .. s , ..kf ,,.fL : 1 . ,-img Q. I Q fff K . , if lr' - 5 fr? Figg, Mrs. Ruby Baker. ' 1.27 5 5 K rua-,N ' ,sms l f r-.fmrefw 'f is Q ,x F aikha Q4 ,.,-frfwwi l lf? k,.E:!3k?5, aww ' 'K ,qu-. . sfwflifxgfigrrk 5 1 QV 5 w fefisw 4 f"Si?"ii D ikilijli Q93 www - W Msaww' V Qi ,..,,.,,, .V 1' FIRST ROW: Mr. Clyde Swanagin, Mr. Robert Willingham, Mr. Walter Smith. SECOND ROW: Mr. Harlan Dirro, Mr. Samuel Adams, Mr. Felix Roren, Mr. Thomas Tyler, Mr. Truman Lane. QQ-lr' Su. . . Xi fr. mf .F ,, .T , s 1 s In ff N s s in 2 l eid, Mrs. Amanda Rose Spalding, Mrs. Joyce Wakeland, Mrs. Dorothy Myers, Mrs. Grace ,ff- X an U,,.fffrf5 :Piauz',,L52 Mr. Eddie Kirk, Mr. johnson Allmond, Mr. Bengamin Stacy Mr. Leon Whobrey. 23 sig ' x . 1 w xl - I 3 .X 5 Eff Q w Xx , '-1-fr X x ,X my, zxxbr , -f ' K ' X X X N.4,,' . X A A :N - X ,4 X X. X., x A I 7 X SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS N X ,- NEA 11 x -'A X M X. X Glynn Hale, Vice-Presidentg Ann Demory, Secreraryg Terrence Black, Treasurerg Morgan Roseborough, President. 7" fx f. I I. yf f W in !' n 1 4 4 r . 'xx X. J ' l ,V XXX gg 52 r Ns . I X N f 2' xxg i X -VI-HE SE' X - - fi '-i X - X ICJ!-QE: CLASS FAVORITES Penelope Lee Nlland and Wdllam Jarand Coyne ARLENE ELAINE ABBOTT Phoenix, Arizona Arlo . . . conscientious . . . well-dressed . . . shy . . . likes hot Fudge sundaes and Impalas . . . dislikes conceited people . . . wants to be a nurse. lunior Red Cross 1, 2. 3, 4g GAA 1. 2. 31 Pep Clulw I. 2: National Honor Society 2, 3g Annual Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Homeroom M - Treasurer 4. - To err ir lanmanf lo forgive, divine. CHARLES RICHARD ALEXANDER Colorado City, Texas Patriotic . . . military minded . . . likes march music . . . works hard . . . friendly . . . admires General Patton. 4-H 1. 23 Civil Air Patrol Cadets 2: Honor Roll 21 Junior Class Play. 3g Junior Staff Aid 3, 45 Tunior Red Cross Council 3g Vice President 4g Masque and Gavel 4. Any commander who fail! lo obtain lair objective, and who ir not dead or .renerely wounded bar not done lair full duty! TIMOTHY ROOSEVELT ANDERSON Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Andy . . . "swingin" . . . reads when he's not dancing or chasing girls . . . amateur psychologist. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow we go on a diet. SUSAN LEE BACH Denver, Colorado Sue . . . idealisr . . . poet laureare of Senior Class . . . wants to return to Naples likes walking and people who say please Science Club 1. Know Thyself. TERRENCE CHARLES BLACK Bell, California Terry . . . dependable . . . money man . . . potential West Pointer . . . dislikes habitual procrastinators. Boxing Club lg Tumbling Team lg Soccer Team lg Secretary Spanish Club lg Senior Class Treasurer. Honor and .rbame from no condition rife: act well your part. there all the honor lier. SANDRA SUE BLOUNT Los Angeles, California Sandy . . . resolute . . . ambitious . . , wants to be a good reacher . . . dislikes preiudice . . . likes ro write. Chess Club l, Pep Club 1, KAPA 4, FTA Secretary 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4. The mind ir its own place, and in itrelf can make 4 Heaven of a Hell of Heaven. Hell, JOSEPH MARK BOLDIZAR Youngstown, Ohio Mark . . . man-about-town . . . smooth . . . "rhat's tough" likes mrs, good food, and vacations . . . hates homework and humor- less people . . . college bound. Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 3, 43 Student Council 13 Homeroom Vice President lg Lerrerman's Club 1, 2, 3, 45 German Club 2. Men love little and ofteng women much und rarely. LINDA LEE BOGGESS Spartensburg, South Carolina Linda . . . talkative . . . veteran citizen of Fort Knox . . . likes pizza and dancing . . . wants to be a private secretary. KAPA 1, 2, 3, 43 FTA 1, 2g French Club 1, Zz Junior Varsity Cheer- leader 25 GAA 25 Newspaper Staff 3, 4g Girls Track Team 33 Junior Class Play 33 Chorus 4, Annual Staff 4. Be wi:e,' soar not too high to fall: hut .rtoop to fire. CAROLYN YVON NE BROWN Seattle, Washington Carolyn . . . unobtrusively intelligent . . . wants to go to college . . . "That's no lie" . . . dislikes conceited and argumentative people. Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Girls' Basketball lg Science Fair lg French Clubg Junior Class Play, Costumes 3, Scholarship Award 33 BETA 4, Annual Staff 4. Thi: ahozle all: To thine owmelf he true, and it must follow, as night the day, thou mm! not then he false to any man. EDWARD DALE CALDWELL Pueblo, Colorado Ed . . . unassuming . . . conventional . . . likes hunting and fish- ing . . . "sharp" . . . when others gaze at stars, he gazes at scenery. Nothing great was ever achieved without enthuriarrn. murt himself pan. JANET LOUISE CAMPBELL Greenwood Virginia an quiet likes records reading and cherry cokes dislikes arguments and rumors wants to go to business college Tri H1Y 1 JCL 1 2 Newspaper Staff 3 He who cannot forgive other: hreakr the hridge over whzch he - -ffl-3J.,,, ' 1, - f--Wf-f vw ww Qefwsxffxfssgzyi f2 W if ALFRED FREDERICK CELANI Burlington, Vermont Al . . . fun-loving party giver . . . likes to sing . . . dislikes dull people and places . . . "wasted" . . . jovial . . . future "Joe College." Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Letterman's Club 2. 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 45 Band gl grarna Club 2g JCL President 45 All-State Chorus 4g Newspaper ta . A penny Javed is time warted. VERNON MARTIN CONLEY Reykjavik, Iceland Marty . . . athletic . . . friendly . . . aspires to a career in archi- tecture . . . likes food and nice 'people . . . dislikes fools. Football I, 3, 45 Basketball 1. Tbaf: life. JEANETTE CIESLIK New York, New York Jeanie . . . likes riding, skating, swimming . . . "Gee Whiz" . . Hates hamburgers and haughty people . . . hopes to. be a P.E teacher. Girls' Track Team 3. Anger i.r .fz brief madneu, but it can do damage that last: a lifetime. JAMES ALVIN COPELAND Chambles, Georgia Alvin . . . quiet . . . Wiley . . . likes cars . . . wants to be an auto mechanic . . . "sharp". FFA I, 2, SQ 4-H I, 2. IFJ not what you do, if: what you get caught doing. BARBARA JOAN COVINGTON LaGrange, Kentucky joanie . . . frank . . . "don't get excited" . . . likes Germany, getting mail, and polite boys . . . dislikes phlegmatic people . . . aspires to be a legal secretary. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g GAA 1, 25 Class President lg Junior Varsitv Cheerleader lg Secretary German Club 2g Christmas Court 2g FTA 3, 4g Red Cross 3, 4g KAPA 3, 4g Typing Award 3g Newspaper 3, 43 Varsity Cheerleader 2, 4. har 4 man .rtood .ro tall at when he .ftooped to help a little c 1 . WILLIAM NICHOLAS COYLE Louisville, Kentucky Bill . . . intellectual . . . likes french fries. gadgets, smart girls, Volkswagens . . . dislikes Communism, failure, and stale iokes. Ham Radio Club 1, 2g Science Club 3g Annual Staff 4g Science En- richment 4. Everybody in the nniverre attract: every other hotly with 4 force which ir directly proportional to the product of their maJre.r and inversely proportional to the :quare of the distance between their centerx. classical music a surgical nurse Chorusl 2 3 Cheerleader 2 Council 1 Sect Annual Staff 4 God give me thi change the thzngl difference ean. really Z N ew .1 .Na?i6"3fw4Qaf .amy A ,..afe.f,f:ayefag.1z . - ..,.. T, in .ee.- - ,. aku :- f,.,l,,..-,.r,.,e.f.s - CARY WOODROW COYNE Clarksville, Tennessee Woody . . . collects Nazi war relics . . . wants to be a millionaire bachelor . . . likes to play pool . . . dislikes crowds and dances. Track 2, 3g Football 4. 'Tis better to have loved and loft, than to marry and he honed. WILLIAM JARAND COYNE Jacksonville, Florida Sid . . . gregarious . . . likes swimming, getting letters, and the Kingston Trio . . . dislikes small lunches . . . Madison Avenue Ad-man - ambition-wise. Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 43 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 2g Class President Z, 55 Track 3g Annual Staff 45 Masque and Gavel 4g Class Favorite 4. When I war one-anti-twenty I heard a wise man Jay, "Give crown: and pound: and guznear, but not your heart away." SHIRLEY JEANETTE CROWLEY Joplin, Missouri Shirley . . . "oh go on" . . . likely candidate for PTA president . . . likes sewing, bowling, and being a Senior . . . dislikes having cold feet at football games. Girls Federation lg Drama Club lg 4-H lg Annual Staff 43 Choir 33 FNC 25 Sophomore Duchess 2. The joy you give the otherr if the joy that come: bank to you. JEAN CAROL DANIEL Beckley, West Virginia jean . "oh no'f .1 . . likes athletics, people, and reading . unassuming . . . dislikes oral book reports . . . wants to be a I111I'SC. GAA lg junior Red Cross 3, 4, Latin Club 3g An-nual 43 Perfect Attendance 2, 3. All that ghtterr 11 not gold. CHERYI. JEAN DAY Cincinnati, Ohio Shari . . . admires clever people . . . plays piano and organ helpful . . . dislikes showoffs . . . wants to be a stenographer.. . GAA 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, junior Y Teens 2, Senior Y Teens 3. Say what you mean and mean what you Jay. DANIEL RICHARD DAVIS, JR. San Francisco, California Dan . . . classroom ice-breaker . . . "I disagree" . . . likes coffee, classical records and photography . . . dislikes low grades and late hours . . . future Army diplomat and political scientist. Student Council lg Track lg Wrestling 1, 2, Math Club 1, 2g Science 1, 2g Spanish Club l, 2, French Club 2, 35 Junior Class Play 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, President 3g Chairman, Motor Corps 4g Chairman, Blood Bank 4. The moving finger writesg and, having writ, mover lon: nor all thy Piety nor Wit :hall lure it hack to cancel half a lzne, nor all thy Tear: warh out a word of il. JUDY CLARE DAY Cincinnati, Ohio Judy . . . quiet and unassuming . . . dislikes show offs . . . ad- mires friendliness in people . . . wants to become a beautician. GAA 1, 2, Junior Y Teens 1, 2g Health Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Y Teens 3. That will happen. ANN CAROLYNE DEMORY Santa Barbara, California Ann . . . staunch Californian . . . likes the beach and listening to Johnny Mathis . . . feminine . . . wants to be a homemaker. Newspaper 15 Chorus 1, 3, 4g Freshman Executive Committee lg Sophomore Executive Committee 23 Pep Club 2, Recreation Com- mittee 23 Varsity Cheerleader 23 GAA 29 FTA 25 Senior Class Sec- retary 4, Homecoming Queen 4. Make .romeone happy, and you will he happy, too. H ,W ia, . rw, JANET IRFNE DENICK Winfield, Kansas Janet . . . intelligent . . . considerate . . . favorite diversions- good books, music, and costume dolls . . . wants to find a field in which she will be happy and successful. Pep Band 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Scholastic Award 1, 2, 3: BETA 2, 3 4, Secretary 3. 43 French Award 2g United States History Award 33 All-State Band 39 John Phillip Sousa Award 3, Art Club 49 District Band 2 3, 4. It'.r not the Jize of the dog in the fight, hut the size of the fight in the dog. RENEE KAY DeVALL Le Maro, Iowa Rinny . . . "that's life" .... likes people and sincerity . . . col- lects stuffed animals and money . . . detests Monday morning and conceited people . . . aspires to be an elementary school teacher. KAPA 1, 2, 3g German Club 1, 2, 35 Newspaper l, 2, 55 FTA 2, 3. The people who adjust in life are the people who Jucceed. JACK LEE DEVER Hayworth, Illinois jack . . . unobtrusive . . . inventive . . . philatelist . . . likes science . . . dislikes getting up early . . . wants to be an electrical engineer. IV: not love, but change that make: the world go round. DARRELL ADOLFHUS DRYE Stuttgart, Arkansas Devil . . . friendly . . . likes to read . . . dislikes talkative people . . . hopes to be a construction foreman. Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Manager 2. left get with it. BARBARA ELAINE DYE Nashville, Tennessee Barbara . . . hasn't missed a day of school . . . athletic . . . likes parties and dancing . . . determined . . . wants to be a teacher. German Club 1, 23 Attendance Award 1, 2, 5g Girls' Basketball 1, 2, Girls' Softball 2g Girls' Track 33 KAPA 3, 4, Chorus 4. The only way to have a friend ir to he one, MAUREEN EDENFIELD Lusk, Wyomixmg Maureen-. . . neat and methodical . . . likes swimming, surfing, and playing the piano . . . aspires to become an elementary school teacher. GAA lg Debate Club 3, French Club 4. Ont of right, out of mind. SUE ELLER Atlanta, Georgia Sue . . . petite and pretty . . . aspires to be a successful house- wife . . . likes make-up and diamond rings . . . a true Southern Belle! French Club 2, KAPA 1, 2, 3, 49 Chorus 2, 3. Save your Confederate money, hoyrg the South will rire again. CHARLES OLIVER FARNUM Greenville, South Carolina Charlie . . . reserved . . . reticenr . . . outdoorsman . . . likes guns, fishing, and swimming . . . aspires to a career in the Army. Junior NRA 3, 4. Anything worth doing is worth doing well. . . . r baseball, hunting wants to ROTC 2, 3. 1 How about that im unp e bc BARBARA ANN FLYNN Camp Blanding, Florida Bobbie . . . unpretentious . . . diligent . . . an equesrrienne . . . likes "Midnight" . . . dislikes conceited people . . . wants to be a success. Latin Club 1. Whatever a man wwf, that :hall he alro reap, MARTHA ANNE GEPHART Austin, Texas Marti . always talking . . . "you know" . . . collects records . . . enjoys swimming . . . friendly . . . a real Texas gal . . . wants to be a nurse. Class Treasurer lg Chorus 2g Junior Red Cross 3, 4. Never put off unlzl tomorrow what you can do today. JOHN MITCHELL GASKE Waco, Texas Jose . . . nonchalant . . . "Jose did it" . . . the great procrastinator . . . enthusiastic and carefree . . . likes hunting and fishing. Chorus 1, 2g French Club 1. Men'.r faultr are many, women have only two, everything they my and everything they do. BEN ROBERT GITTES Hampton, Virginia Ben . . . shutter-bug . . . diligent . . , "Vote for me, peoples" . . . likes records and good food . . . dislikes undisciplined people and bad pictures . . . wants a career in law. Band 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 3, 43 Class Play 33 Annual Staff 4. Time will heal all wounds. CHARLOTTE MARIE GOODMAN Phoenix, Arizona Charlie . . , domestic-minded . . . sedate . . . crossword puzzle fiend . . . Frankie Laine fan . . . abhors arrogance . . . Wants to be married. FHA 1, 2, 3, Junior Debs l. The bert thing: in life are free. JOHN WESTLY GREGORY Paso Robles, California ERNEST LOREN GOODMAN Phoenix, Arizona Ernie . . , thoughtful . . . outdoors-man . . likes hunting and fish mg . . . hates disorder . . . wants to be a success. Chorus 3, 4. Time it the mearure of responsibility. J. W .... chess plaver and star gazet . . . intelligent . . . positive i . . . candid . . . desires to be an astronomer. ' Chess Club 3, 4. To be or not to beg that if the question. GLYNN WALTER HALE Canvey Island, England Glynn . . . cynical . . . can't be President but might be Prime Minister . . . likes sports and science fiction . . . hopes to go to West Point. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 5, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President Senior Class 45 Masque and Gavel 4. Man does not live by bread alone. ERNA ETHEL RAY GRIGGS Reykjavik, Iceland Ern . , . helpful . . . amicable . . . collects paintings and stamps . . . dislikes inconsiderate people . . . "not really." Art Club 3, 4g Newspaper Staff 4g Chorus 45 Iunior Red Cross 3, 4. Education is life. JOAN YVONNE HAMMOND Bracey, Virginia joan . . . loquacious . . . impressionable . . . dancer and seamstress . . , dislikes know-it-alls . . . looking for a career in pharmacy. GAA 1, Chorus 2, 4, FTA 2, KAPA 5, 4. All'.r well that ends well. DOROTHY PATRICIA VICTORIA HARKIN Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Patti . . . intellectual Philadelphian . . . "That's too Mickey Mouse" . . . talented musician . . . aspires to sing Madame Butterfly at the Met, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 53 French Club 2, 39 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3g English Award lg Christmas Play 1, 35 Latin Club 2, 3g French Award 3, Annual Staff, Senior Editor 43 Girls' Trio 45 All State Chorus 4g National Merit Semifinalist. Ubi est cor, ibi est themurur. ROBERT LEE HARLLEE New Orleans, Louisiana Bob . . . shrewd . . . "kook" . . . builds model aircraft cars and motor scooters . . . wants to be a businessman. JAMES MARTIN HAZELETT Auckland, New Zealand jim . . . frustrated physicist . . . money mad . . . inquisitive . . . likes long week-ends . . . habitual pool player. Tumbling lg Soccer lg Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council lg Track The things which are zmpornhle wzth men are porfzhle with God. Class Secretary lg Secretary-Treasurer Dorm Council 2, 3. lt'J not the world that? in had rbape, ifr the people in it. likes ANTONIO HIDALGO Arecibo, Puerto Rico Tony coin collector likes swimming and traveling dislikes coffee . . . wants to be a teacher . . ."Taisez vous!" International Club lg Spanish Club 2, 3. Life if just a howl of cherries. WILLIAM MIKE HERRING Concord, North Carolina Bill . . . "oh, my" . . . enioys hunting, fishing, and money . . . wants to build roads. Give me but one firm :pot on which to rlzzrid, and I will move the earth. DONNA KAY HUDDLESTON Paducah, Kentucky Donna . . . meticulous . . . reserved . . . admires punctuality . . likes paintings and music . . sewing is her hobby. German Club 2, Art Club 4 A man with God if alwayr in the majority. RICHARD IRVIN HUSTVEDT Aberdeen, South Dakota Dick. . . . srudious . . . creative . . . future Nobel Prize winner in physics . . . witty . . thinks beatnlks are super-conformists . . . likes ham radios and linear accelerators. Radio Club lg Science Club 3. Cen la we. CAROL ANN JACKSON Albion, Michigan C. J .... "don't knock it" . . . frivolous . . . likes clothes and sharp cars, horseback riding, and driving . . . abhors complainers . . . college-bound. KAPA l, 2g French Club lg Attendance Award 3: FTA 5. Foolr ruth in where angelr fear to tread. LORENE JOHNSON Fort Benning Georgia Lorene . . . "so what" . . . loves to skate and to dance . . . dis proud people . , . her goal is to be a nurse. likes KAPA 1, 2, 3g German Club 2, 53 Girls' Basketball Team 2, 3. You need not tell all the truth, unlers to tlaoxe who have a rzghl to know it all. But let all you tell be the truth. JON WILLARD KBLLEY Evanston, Illinois jon . . . avid rnarksman and gun collector . . . likes spaghetti and chess . . . frowns on dull pencils and hot weather . . . wants to be a good public speaker. JCL 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4. Planning something and doing 'it are two completely different things. . enjoys bowl- always cheerful IRENE ROSALIE KENNELLY Staunton, Virginia Mac . . . vivacious . . . "Ler's do it" . . . loves water skiing, friendly people, and music . -. . dislikes pretentious people, sardines, and noise . . . hopes to be a legal secretary. Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2g FBLA 1, 2g KAPA 2, 3, 4g Masque and Gavel 3, 4g Newspaper Staff 3, 4g Annual Staff 4, Junior Play 3g Homeroom Chairman 4. Of all md wordx of tongue or pen, the mddext are thexe: It might have been. PAMELA JOYCE KIRCHOFF Indianapolis, Indiana Pam . . . impressionable . . . likes singing, horseback riding, and homeworkless week-ends . . . dislikes insincerity . . . wants to be rich and happy. Newspaper 1, 3g Chorus 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 KAPA 2, 3, 43 Girls' Trio 4g FTA 4. Honor and Jhame from no condmon rue, act well your part, there all the honor lies. likes friendly p Never my more CARL FLOYD LOCKARD Koln, Germany Fuzzy . . . amiable . . . builds model airplanes . . . car crazy . . wants to be a fighter pilot in the Air Force. German Club 1. I am the maxter of my fateg I am the captain of my soul. Diane helpi . . 0 LINDA LOUISE LONGACRE Rockville Centre, New York Linda.. . . quick and animated . . . dislikes loud cars . . . loves traveling and listening to the radio . . . desires to go to school in Switzerland. KAPA 13 German Club 1. What the average man look: forward to wzth dtrtufte, does wtth reluctance, and hourts about forever after! STEPHEN LEE LOGAN Paris, Illinois Steve . . . head-strong . . . likes swimming and cars . . . shuns incoherent conversationalists . . . looks forward ro being a Marine. Band 1, 2g Library Club 4. I never let homework interfere with my education. JEROME SCOTT MCAFEE Massillon, Ohio Jerry . . . likes bowling and band trips . . . hates homework on the weekends . . . reliable . . . amiable . . . desires to own a chain of Winn-Dixie stores. Band 1, 2, 3, President 43 National junior Honor Society lg JCI. 2, 33 Track 3, 4g All-District Band 4g Scholarship Award 3. Enjoy yourrelf, ith' later than you think. JAMES MATTHEW! MCCONVILLE Fort Benning, Georgia Jim . . . "You know it's got to be good" . . . music man . . . likes guitars and cars . . . loathes msinceriry and bad musicians. Baseball 1, 2g Chorus 1, 2, 4. For fools' mth in where angel: fem' to tread. wiches and autos Council 3 4 L1 Manager Senior Woman 15 the lar JAMES PRUITT MCKNIGHT, JR. Atlanta, Georgia Jim . . . happy-go-lucky . . . likes W's . . . shuns conceired girls . . . future Army career man . . . "fine," Student Council 2, Football 3, Track 3, Junior Red Cross 4. Here today, gone tomorrow. Bone . . . numisi Golf l., 2, 3, 4g . I, C HUBERT WILLIAM Mc MINN, JR. Louisville, Kentucky Hubie . . . jovial . . . athletic . . . wants to be a test pilot . . . likes cars, sports and eating . . . anti-sorority. Basketball lg Football 2, 3, 43 junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Chorus 4. God will .fee to it that war always recurr ur 4 drurtic medicine for the human race. of guns, cars, MARGARET ELIZABETH MALDONADO Brooklyn, New York Peggy . . . chatty . . . neat dresser . . . hobbies are reading and cooking . likes Volkswagens and tall boys . . . wants to be a private secretary. Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 2g Shorthand Award 35 Class Play 55 Annual Staff, Activities Editor 4g Newspaper' Staff 45 Home- room Treasurer 4. Laugh and the world laugh: with youj weep and you weep alone. DAVID PAUL MANINGER Fort Smith, Arkansas Dawe . . . athletic . . . Football hero . . . likes skindiving . . "NEVER" . . . looking forward to an Air Force career. Track 1, 2, 5, 44 Swimming 23 Football 4. Three can keep a secret if two of them are dead. LEANNE ISABEL MATISH Elkins, West Virginia Leanne . . . sincere . . . feminine . . . likes Oktoberfest, traveling, and football games . . . hates washing dishes . . . hopes to be a child psychologist. Student Council 1, 21 Honor Roll 1, 25 GAA 23 Pep Club 5g Na- tional Honor Society 3g Homecoming Court 4. To have a friend is to he one. BARBARA JEAN MEDINGER Wilmar, Minnesota Barbara . . . studious . . . well-mannered . . . sincere . . .considerate . . . industrious . . . hopes to be a writer or a teacher. Tennis Team lg National Honor Society lg JCL 1, 25 junior Play 35 Freshman Council lg Annual Staff, junior Editor 43 BETA fig Newspaper Staff, Assistant Editor fig Honorable Mention, National Merit Scholarship Program 4. It'r better to he thought 4 fool than to open your mouth and re- move all douht, MICHAEL DOUGLAS METLI Sioux Falls, South Dakota Mike . . . athletic . . . collects stamps . , . loathes loudness likes being a Senior , . . "man." KATJA LILIA MARIA MERDJANOFF Vienna, Austria Katia . . . continental . . . sparkling . . likes broetchen and min- eralwasser . . . dislikes unfriendly people . . . wishes to become an airline hostess. German Club 3, 45 Chorus 3. I am the matter of my fate, 1 am the captain of my mul. Football 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 2g Baseball 3, 4g Spanish Club 43 Lettermt-n's Club 4. Better to know nollazng than hall know a lot of lbzngr. A ,. .xiabw . as 1 . GEORGE EDWARD MORANDA Washington, D.C. George . . . introverted . . . "cool" . . . loves Italian food . . loathes waiting at the hospital . . . wants to be a teacher. Track 1, 4g Football 3, 43 Masque and Gavel 4. Eat drink and be merry. GLORIA MORANO Quezon City, Philippine Islands Glory . . . "gee whiz!" . . . industrious . . . likes music and reading . . . disapproves of arrogant and loquacious people . , . success is "S""""'h Q her goal. 1 Glee Club 1, 35 Honor Roll 2g Proficient Profile in Home Econom- ics 2g. GAA 2g Red Cross 33 Spanish Club 3, 4g Attendance 35 Latin Club 4. Qui docet, diner. iss- ' FRANK JOSEPH NICELY Wilmington, Delaware Frank . . . quiet . . . shy . . . ambitious . . . witty . . . loves to play baseball . . . is an archer . . . hopes to be an army officer. JCL 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2g Baseball 2, 3, 4, All-Conference Award 35 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 4. Of all man'r inventions, the mort urelexr ir the excure. PENELOPE LEE NILAND El Paso, Texas yi Penny . . . mad woman chemist . . . vigorous and conscientious A A ' . . . likes poetry and football . . . wants to know "why?" Class Vice-President 1, Band lg JCL 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, KAPA 1, 2, 3, Science Enrichment 1, 2, 3, Class Treasurer 23 Varsity Cheerleader 2, 33 Class Secretary 33 BETA 2, 3, 43 Masque and Gavel, Secretary 3, Class Play 33 Class Favorite 45 Editor-in- Chief of Yearbook 45 National Merit Semifinalist 4, Shorthand Award 23 Drama Award 3, World History Award 23 Superior Rating State Speech Festival 2, Algebra II Award 2, English Award 35 Chemistry Award 3g U. S. History Award' 3. Manu reach mart exceed lair grarpg elre whafr a heaven for? RICHARD DANIEL O'BRIEN Fort Smith, Arkansas Slim . . . imperturbable . . . devilish . . . venturesome . . . likes to work on cars . . . hares homework . . . outdoors man . . . tough . . . wants to be an engineer. School ir out. PATSY YVONNE PANNELL Memphis, Tennessee Patsy . . . buoyant . . . enioys painting . . . likes history and litera- ture . . . abhors homework . . . her goal is business College. German Club 1, 25 Junior Red Cross l, 23 Science Club 33 Debate Club 2g BETA Club 3, 4. Oh what tangled ufehr we 1lf'?!l1'6 when fin! we praclice to deceive tel fs 'L i , W. Eff 'f- s,T,,,,1 miilfe c f ----s A ,, ..., GARY JOHN PARKER Englewood, New jersey Gary . . . fun-loving . . . sensible and sharp-witted . . .-wants to be a nuclear physicist . . . likes scuba diving and sixth period coffee breaks. Student Council 1, 2g ,I.V. Football 2g Track 3. You can? win 'em all. JERRY CURTIS PATEE Fort Riley, Kansas jerry . . . imaginative . . . congenial . . . likes horses, tropical fish, and sketching . . . frowns on fresh freshmen . . . future forest ranger. German Club 1, 25 German Play 25 Newspaper Staff 23 ROTC Honor Guard 3g KAPA 25 Yearbook 45 Brush and Pencil 4. I do not dirtinguirh by the eye, hui hy the mind which ir the proper judge of man. PATRICIA ANN PULTZ Camp Blanding, Florida Par . . . charming.and perire . . . enjoys writing, dramarics, and making scrapbooks . . . likes people . . . her goal is a career in education or social work. GAA lg Drama Club lg Chorus l, 21 German Club 2, 43 junior Zlay 33 Annual Staff-Arr Coordinator 4g FTA 45 Masque and Gavel If you can think and not make thoughlr your nim. and postcard coll Glory as svi c make a fine nur Junior Red Cros Have two love: other, both wzll JOHN PHILLIPS RISLEY Loma Linda, California Ris . . . unobtrusive . . . shy . . . taciturn . . . considerate golf fiend . . . reliable . . . industrious . . . hopcs to be a draftsman. German Club l, 23 Masque and Gavel 4. Better to be thought a fool than to open your mouth und remove ull doubt. LYNN JANE RHOADS Denver, Colorado Bumpy . . . headless horsewoman of FKHS . . . likes rain, cats, and apples . . . hates cobwebs, conformity and cruelty to animals . . . future commercial artist . . . "Omigoodness!" JCL 1, 2, 3, 4g KAPA 2, 3, 45 Junior Play 35 Art Club 3, President 4. If he doeJn'l like homer he'J not rvortlo knozwin! JAMES CHARLES RITTER Marshfield, Oregon Jim . . . easy-going . . . congenial . . . likes loafing, basketball, bowling, and not having PF . . . hates getting up early . . . hopes to be a chemical engineer. Track 1, 25 J.V. Basketball 25 Varsity Basketball 53 Honorable Mention, National Merit Scholarship Program 4. Learning without thought ir labor Ion: thought without learning is periloux. MORGAN GARROTT ROSEBOROUGH Oxford, Mississippi Rosie . suave and chivalrous . . . responsible . . . likes football and music . . . hates long haircuts . . . aspires to the long grey line. Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Council 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 33 Virginia State Solo Festival 1, 23 Kentucky State Solo Festival 33 Marching Band 2g Concert Band 2, 33 Pep Band 33 Tennis 3, 4g President Senior Class 43 Annual Staff 4. Upon there field: of friendly rtrife are :own the reedr that, upon other fieldr, on other dayr, will hear the fruit: of victory. A-QHUW JUDITH GAIL RUSSO Memphis, Tennessee J.G. . . . "really?" . . . out-going . . . artistic . . . helpful . . . hates to be rushed and to get up in the morning . . . adores sunny days . . . wishes to be a surgical nurse. Cheerleader lg Ski Club 13 JCL l, 2, 3, 43 Masque and Gavel 33 Homeroom Treasurer 33 Class Play 33 Newspaper Staff 43 Home- room Treasurer 43 Junior Red Cross 4. Render unto Caerar the thing: that are Caemrhr and unto God the thingy that are Godin ROSALIE SAMMER Marburg, Germany Rosi . . . happy . . . enthusiastic . . . likes reading and collecting novelty pins . . . detests Monday's . . . her goal is to be an elemen- tary teacher. Newspaper 1, 2, 33 KAPA 1, 2. Womenk faultr are nzanyg men have only two: Everything they my and everything they do. JAMES LUTHER SNYDER Clayton, Georgia 1. L .... quiet . . . self-contained . . . considerate . . . helpful . . . outdoorsman . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . dcrests giving A oral reports . , . will make a good Navy man, FFA l, 23 Football 2. A he Jtand: on one leg. the truth on two. JACQUELINE ANNE SHONERD Washington, D. C. Jackie . . . sophisticated . . . spends her time filling out college applications . . . puzzled about banks . . . loves Europe . . . hates mediocrity and status-seeking . . . wants to work for the government. Class Secretary lg Newspaper Staff l, 23 journalism Club 2g Class Play 3g Mr. and Miss Eagle Court 33 Yearbook Assistant Editor 4. Who can .ray which it wisest or heft, the dream in the heart, or the dream porrerred? BRENDA LYNN STEWART St. Louis, Missouri Lynn . . . cheerful . . . breezy . . . likes peanut butter sandwiches, reading, collecting stuffed animals . . . hopes to be an airline stewardess. IV Cheerleader lg Drama Club 1, 2g Masque and Gavel 3g Class Play 33 Modern Dance Club lg Valentine Court lg Cotton Princess lg KAPA 2, Treasurer 33 GAA 23 Chorus 2g Varsity Cheerleader 4. Kindnen if the golden chain by which .society is hound together. MARVIN LEE STEWART Minneapolis, Minnesota Marve . . . "Whats the story?" . . . sportsman . . . likes horse- back riding and ice skating . . . loathes loud people . . . hopes to be a professional bowler or ioin the service. Laugh and the world lauglar with yang Weep and you weep alone. JAMES THOMPSON Orlando, Florida Jim . . . alert and cheerful . . . likes sports, cars, and girls loathes snow, rain, and loud-mouthed people . . . wants to high school athletic director. Shop Club 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 23 Football 1, 25 Basketball lg Track 1. Ginn, chzna and reputalzon are eanlv broken but never uell mended v M JAMES ROY THOMAS, JR. Altoona, Pennsylvania jimmy . . . "Swingin"' . . . raises tropical fish . . . frowns on gossip . . . likes fun-loving people and Italian food . . i bound for University of Florida. JV Baseball 23 Newspaper Staff 2, 39 JV Football 33 Annual Staff 35 Chorus 45 Swimming Team 4. You gotta be nz nut. be a MICHAEL RODNEY THOMPSON Oxford, England Mike . . . "why not?" . . . industrious . . . mechanically minded . . . likes hunting . . . wants to put together a '29 Ford-and make it run! If you know haw. X- V ,. af'-' 'fe If fp 'yi V H ,IH-Qfj :-- ' L f 'h- ei E ,, jr., 5, A . X TIMOTHY RAY TILTON ,S Hayward, California il' Y, is Tim . . . agreeable . . . reliable . . . collects rocks and plays the i M' :tii ' trumpet . . . wants to be in the United States Navy Band. Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Band lg Swimming Team 3, 4. It IJ easy to be brave from a fur dzmznce. RICHARD WILLIAM WAGNER Chester, Pennsylvania Dick . . . "crazy" . . . shutter bug . . . reserved . . . likes eating and Okinawan customs . . . abhors English class . . . wants to be a success. Chorus 15 Football 2. One today ix woflla Iwo lomorrouar. TERRY ALAN WALLACE y Concord, New Hampshire Terry . . . co-operative , . . friendly , . . likes girls and scuba ii diving . . . dislikes unanswered questions . . . hopes to be an Air Force pilot. Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. Ourr not to rearon why, ours but to do or die. MARY WATERS Fort Dix, New Jersey ii Mary . . . always helpful . . . hardworking . . . seamstress. dancer, and collector of stuffed animals . . . dislikes sophisticated people . . . looks forward to being a typist. Newspaper Staff 4. Succexr ir getting what you u'an!,' happiners if :ranting zrbat you gel. GUY WILLIAM WATKINS Velljo, California Guy . . . "oh brother" . . . collects stamps, coins, and patches 1 . . likes to stay out late at night . . . hates playing basketball on Friday afternoons . . . wants to be a marine biologist. Debate 1, All Star Baseball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2g Music 1, Z, JV Basketball 2, 3g Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Do unlo otlaerr ar you uould have then, do unto you. but do zz fzrri. CAROLE MARIA WHITE New Bern, North Carolina Zebbie , . . "oh gracious me" . . . dancer and singer . . . classical music bug . . . likes making friends . . . hates chattering people . . . wants to go to college. Red Cross 1, 5, 45 Student Council 1, 2. Hitch your wagon zo 4 rtar. BARBARA NORINE WILLCUT Panama City, Florida Bobbie . . . quiet . . . amicable . . . loves bowling and baby sitting . . . dislikes jazz . . . aspires to be a secretary. Art Club lg Annual Staff 2g Library 2g Drill Team 33 Red Cross 33 Journalism 4. Do unto other: as you would have them do unto you. 'Fifi MHS BILLIE JO WILLCUT Sioux Falls, South Dakota Billie . . . "good grief" . . . Sinatra fan . . . enthusiastic . . loathes cynical people . . . wants to be a graduate. Drill Team 1, 2, 35 GAA l, 25 Newspaper Business Manager 2, 3. To each hir own. HURLEY THOMAS WILVERT Sunbury, Pennsylvania p. I A Hurl . . . quietly intellectual . . . likes small gasoline engines . . . detests cold feet . . . aspires to a career in mechanical engineering. Soccer lg Track 1, 2, 3, 4g Football 35 Class Treasurer 33 Student Council 4, President 4g Annual Staff 4g National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist 4. They do not love that do not thou' their love. g ROBERT ALLEN WISE Alexandria, Louisiana Bob . . . shy . . . collects stamps and tropical fish.. . . likes' to shoot . . .outer-space-minded . . . wants at career in the United States Air Force . . . will probably be the first American on Mars. Bus Cadet 1, 25 Junior Rifle Club 2, 3, 4g Track 3, 4. Marfr flight through life it .rumzined by the power of hit knowledge. ROBERT WILLIAM WRIGHT Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Bobby college talkative enthusiastic admirer of tough cars . . . hopes to go to college. Basketball 23 Art Club 3. lt: a long and complicated story and l'd rather no! go on wztla zl. ARON WARE CLEMENS Los Angeles, California Aron . . . bubbly . . . bright . . . likes music, politics, reading, and writing . . . shuns complacent people . . . needs a thirty-hour day . . . finished four years in three! Newspaper 1, 2g French Club 1, 2g Masque and Gavel 2, Secretary 3g Debate Team 2, 3g Science Enrichment 2, 3g BETA President 3. The unexumzned lzfe if not worth lwmg. DIANNE ZUIDEMA Richmond, Virginia Dianne . . , pleasant , . . effervescent . . . loves dancing, clothes, and stuffed animals . . . frowns on inconsiclerate people . . . desires to be a private secretary. KAPA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 45 French Club 1, 2g FTA 3g Red Cross Representative 5g Annual Staff, Assistant Activities Editor 4. Guard well your dreamt: .rome day they may come true. x4 4 'Nast Mike McGlamery Business Manager of the Senior Class LJIXlLJI:QI-4-2- C.'Ql..!XS'.-JZIXAI'-.E.lXl . XS N JUNIOR CLA SS FAVORITES Joseph French Sherry Noland JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Hans Pierson, Sergeanl-at-Armxf Joseph French, Preridenif Sherry Noland, Secretafyg Robert Borders, ViceAPre.vident,' Henry Hender- son, Treamrer. CJLJIXI I LJ!-Qi 4 QQ 'X 'X .f-'ff I K f Z X 3' f F1 'l f X X55 .XX f f 4- ,NNSQ-XC' ' I QX X, XXX N, x X Linda Angelucci Germany Daphine Baptiste Lonirinna Susan Benbrook JOS6ph Bohnak Illinois New York Russell Barnett Indiana Robert Borders Joseph Brooks North Ireland New York Jean Burton Britta Butler Pennsylrmnia A, , V M Aumia .. :VM , V . , -wi' . 'B iggq-ev A I J E,:y. Wil ' Todd Carpenter California Kraig Carroll Kentucky Juniors of 1973 1"i'2,is,L QQ ..4sffl1i:f' ,u g 1 f ,V .r Vi? 1" iz X illlvi 2 .5 11,43 --aff ' 4 -'.:'7:5:2'!'fk rr 'ffgffiyfkif '--Lil" 1 'lr rhzf 'f' S..3Ks'5 .-'i'.v,W"I?3 I . 1'.,-Zag .jr6',',wff!a hi, -+ ,L-.gn f,,41,.vf nwluz. 5 ,.,",,g.i ,z'.",",g,fggrl.L2.f - 4.,',gw,f my ,mugwlusa 5 4. ,rf Ip. -, L 1-4' ll,3,g.',1 , as ,i-,570 Steve Christian Illinois George Creznic Pat Cromer Pennsylvania New York Betty Day Frank Dekoush Mary Dunn New York Missouri Arkanm: Susan Champion Texas 'shi Q f fif., ',:fZ,? -r" v if A 2 ff V flfugil' is will , X, . 421, f in Ml fill al l f 41 ' .5 ll ll ? "' I1 lx g ill. , 'lfku X ,gs li lilvla l flyer 5 ,. f gi . or is Q, A, - 7- 'Sf , ff25s,?l7 s 'H'ISf'?i' A .ilzsl-I me if i -R' Q . Fred Christensen Tennesree David Chance Colorado w e 1 4 asia L we .ww fl -- -M 5,1 . E- lllllf f53ali'lE',:,m.f, ia, Sf1'Y?'9l'iv 1 W--.W 'Z Y I .vvv 2255533 H w "M, 1-:if f-Im.ri l - iso, I . I :rm ,gi R-w.iI,V-,K W: s rllifw 4 C M ,. V1 .,,,. .og , 9 ' K V54 i I 2 ,fl Q .rl rr rl Klaus Clark Coy Sue Cox Germany Arkanm: . ,av-v. 4 jnggg l ' :ZE:E?,J:v' 1 JY A 3 K -355,8 V I , -.,.,-fzii ' ' 1 'sill 1 tow-1a.zr5 -if Joan Dahnk Dolores Daugherty Minnesota Newfoundland Austin Edwards Joyce Edwards California Virginia Max Figgins Ohio .nam- Furure Seniors? Donald Floyd Claus Fraime Kentucky Germany K I -,xr K f"' - YW' ' . - r ,df in ' joseph French William Friend Pam Frykholm Indiana Perznrylvnnia Wurhington fn i I L gi, , lr 'Leg ' 5 , l l Doris Geerdes Leroy Gibbens Nancy Gibson Pat Gontrum Germany Florida North Carolina Arkanmr I Mike Gordon Ellen Harper Alvin Harvey Harlan Hayes james Heatherly Obio Germany Kentucky Arkanmr Oregon Henry Henderson Ohio Gayle Heverly Penmylvania Noel Hidalgo Puerto Rico Sandra Holbert Ohio Maria Houk Germany Linda Hutton lllinoir Jessre Hyder North Carolina R e James Jackson Kentucky Sara Jackson Mirrirsippi Gloria Jimenez Puerto Rico Olivia Johnson Tenneuee Gordon Kersey Texnr ,E Edward Hopkins Illinoia' Hazel Ivey Texas' lmwwl ff: 1 5 V, y ,ef .sara 15. nf' f no :sm :ar 4 'Mi :5:f!x::w!,.--,sr , Vkk, ., . y , "f S 'D f QM . eeoe 1 -2 5 Michael Lipe ,"'AL, f ,, ,,,f '- 1 ' ' Colorado s fair s , ff gfig 4 Q :of ' e W -,' ' gs. may .ff 4..,, -, ,X :. gfgyilgg. .-1s1f' ,,., ,A -1. . 'S3.g,E9h,v - M52-rv, ,, 1,52-F' ,, i ' 52 Preston Lashier .s'.wifggg FQ New Mexico 1 We ' ', We fy ' ,sr www ,, x 1 5, Ohio Charles Lavallee Vermont James Lorwey Pennsylvania George Lindsey Kentucky K Pe1m.ryl1'anm x :ki Michael Lovensheimer Q q Maureen McDonnell ll S WwfV A , .S,, X A W si R l lug B, A li l li c, 13 v x all if , '.i'c,,, j jgfgglnffli 1 JL: .gg ,l, , ,.: . ,M :E,l,,l-,,,, g I of A ,,, Wi 51: . cull? flifflm . w 1 Moises 1, if ati- x Q glee Q, V y Libby Meggs jenny Melendez Spass Merdjanoff Steve Metli Ralph Mitchell North Ca1'01iHrl Puerto Rico Aurtria South Dakota Kenfuchy : ' Michael Moore Juan Morano Jacklancl Morrow ' England Philippiuer Alabama - I I .' li I I h Q I ,' 'I , ' s I 9 Y i v , f ll li i K V 'Al A I v I r 1 ... Harold Nicholson -U Patricia -Q - Sherry Noland -s South Carolina ' Nieswiadomy Indiana f North Carolina "Wi i ' ,z li l X E , 1 Tom Parsons Hans Pierson Sandra Ransick Clarence Roberts Hector Rodriguez Kentucky Germany Utah Texa: Puerto Rico ll ll 3 N-fl Qi I-SUV ROPCI Robert Sammons Bob Scoggin N ebmrku Kentucky K enlucky Barbara Smirh K entuck y l I l Richard Solyards Penmylvania 4, 1 K " . l.,gn,.1 ,b ,S ,mu :Ka fi" ,A -QW 3 by bbbbb S , ,122 K, ,Q'if'JLfk , Gary Smith Ohio lllll ,,V q 41527 QQ,-N sl V 1' 1 rl B7 3 Z rm... A f Larry Stewart M inneroia fr M yr 1,4 X . 4 1.2: , .. -1,1-. -Q 4, Susan Sedwick Harlan Sheeks England Arkanmr ' JV., 'V A qui? Deborah Spence 'lrkamar .5 Heide Szockl Germany 5 ' 'Q M0r1iCa Sroffel Virginia Strickland jim Swanagin Ella Tc-Icsc Carole Todd Gefffldflj' A1dJ'J'dChll.fEllJ Kentucky Kezffflcfy Imislma Sheffiu Uhl Sharon VanAlstine Rae Van Fleet T-99445 New York Texas 2 Sandy Vaughan Paul Wagenbreth Panama Washington Deborah Wagner Texax Anthony Wallace Tom Wilbanks Florida Arkama: Carolyn Winner Linda Winsted Charles Yafling California Kama: Texas Norman Yates Arkzzmar, Carolyn Zimmerman Texar JUNIORS NOT PICTURED Richard Conway Eileen Domerese Yolanda Loayza Shirley Mullins Betty Provence jack Radig Steven Shauuely Judith Stack Theresa Tigner Sarah Wright V r X JUNIOR SPONSORS-Miss Maddox, Miss Christi, Mrs. Warren, Miss Bustabad Mrs Tipton -ul I qw 1. .Hg s,y Ya H A X if 4'--.... fag' F M., A. Aw vii ,QF Q. fgggg sgginwr-xcjnwol QL., Ol , LQ WXGA S-,-,-x L-yes., -1, Y iw? ,-V ,... "tural J' ' " ' 'EU iff Sc,-wx Q ..e:f,. 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I aw I Sally Wozniak Robert Young Bernard Zebrowski J05CPh Zedalis Linda Zglenski George Zion NOT PICTURED Philip Callahan Nancy Carpenter Patricia Cewe Frederick Cromer Gaylord Disbrow Nancy Flynn Ronald Gatzke Vicki Gibson George Hoover Harold Irwin Charles jankowicz Paul Landreaux Bessie Lewis Luther Lewis Donnie Lyerly Dennis Marks Allen Maurer Robert Olewine John Omenhiser Burr Oxley James Parker Aida Rodriguez Elsie Siler Preston VanName Oscar Venzor john Yancy Mary Yancy jimmy Youngblood STANDING: Miss Charlene Moss, Mr. Swigerr Hocken- Roberts, Mrs. Juliann Tesar, Mrs. Lois Lunetta, Miss smifh. SITTING: Mrs. Lelia Burrow, Mrs. Katherine Shirley Eli. 86 g A A , L... 1, 'WN 12 tw . ,N r. A 'Um' QMM1 ,A N, , .. Q. A Q . - V C, , . . , F RESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Cathy Smith, Treasurerg jane Roseborough, Sergeant at-Armsg Jim McManus, Secretaryg Jim French Presidentg Gary Strickland, Vice-President. FRESHMAN CLASS FAVORITES jim French and Mickey Huffer I- I L.fiI 1lX!ll-'-7-.UNI - .al" 5-' --',.,. :-:rg f ...s...,,...s, ,... -W .. Mn., N,..W,. ..s,,.,,,.,r,.N,,,.,.,.,,.,,,,,,,, 9-2 FIRST ROW: Pat Collins, Eleonore Cook, Pat Evans Dorothy DeRoche, Margaret Carr. SECOND ROW: Char- lene Connolly, Margrit Donohue, Susan Cook, Judy Glidewell, Linda Christensen. THIRD ROW: John Ewing, Lynne Dean, Bob Dunn, Dolores Collier, Dona Curtis. FOURTH ROW: Frank Eversole, Charles Chance, Kenneth Conley, Norbert Cowart, Robert Conley. FIFTH ROW: jerry DeVall, Danny Sigmon, Larry Coyne, Phillip Copersmith. SIXTH ROW: Edward Evans, Bruce Man- ning, john Dahnk, Rafael Diaz. NOT PICTURED: Lisa Dobson, Darla Robenolt. 88 9-1 FIRST ROW: Jean Champion, Lile Bassett, Marjorie Bradshaw, Karen Bemish, Mrs. Barnes. SECOND ROW: Patty Austin, Becki Brown, Pat Basham, Faith Catrambone, Janine B:-yer. THIRD ROW: Joan Johnson, Sue Burns, Bernice Alexander, Rose Ann Alexander, Charles Baptiste. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Spears, Charles Boyd, Jeffrey Bankson, Steve Bach. FIFTH ROW: Fred Burton, Ed- ward Brinson, john Calhoun, Jim Betz, Frank Bender. SIXTH ROW: Brooks Boye, Donna Carilia, George Alston, Mary Albritton, Jane Burke. ' 9-3 FIRST ROW: Mrs. McCoy, Frances Hood, Judy Farrer, Andrea Hamilton, Zora Farmer, Jim Finley. SECOND ROW: Maria Griffin, Marjie Farley, Lira Garcia, Mackie Fleenor, Ann Hazelett. THIRD ROW: Sarah Ledford, Gean Ferguson, Betty Glover, Connie Hollar, Alex Guerra. FOURTH ROW: Walter Hannah, Francis Wieczorek, Jorge Torres, Jerry Herring, Jack Dawson. FIFTH ROW: Bill Hardy, Louis Gleason, Nick Gonzales, Earl Ham- mond, George Hambach. SIXTH ROW: Gilbert Floyd. 9-4 FIRST ROW: Pat Kelly, Mickey I-Iuffer, Paula Frykholm, Jane Hughes, Mr. Masterson. SECOND ROW: Neila Imobersteg. Cherlylene Hurt, Diana Lemons, Anita Jen- kins, Dorothy King. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth La Shier, Jane Jensen, Carol Krape, Nancy Jones, Sandra Knights. FOURTH ROW: Blaine Irish, Ken Jackson, Lynn Ivin, Julian Jones, Warren Withrew. FIFTH ROW: Carl Ward, Kenny Johnson, Frank Hudgins, Michael Leiwig, Bruce Heller. Sixth Row: Frances Marian Ivin, Harriet Jankowicz, 'Z FIRST ROW: jingle Martz, Keren Messick, Sharon Miller, Susan Meggs, Sandra Long, Mr. Minton. SECOND ROW: Janet Malinauskas, Mary Maze, Karla Miller, Mary McGee, Anne McChristian. THIRD ROW: Sue McLanachan, Margareta Kilpatrick, Judy Meeks, JoAnn Wagenbreth, james McManus. FOURTH ROW: Larry Lloyd, Charles Lloyd, James Miller, Scott McMillin. FIFTH ROW: Pat McGlamery, Cary Lowe, Chris Marvel, Wel- lington Armstrong. SIXTH ROW: Keith E. Lucey, Steven Manning, Derry Lieb, John Malish. FIRST ROW: Gerry Offner, Pam Palmer, Charlene Morio, Rosalind Nicholson, Emmy Guzman. SECOND ROW: Nancy Nydle, Kathi Milliken, Pat Moore, Wanda Peoples, Bruce Haines. THIRD ROW: Allene Parkhurst, Shirley Milligan, Tim Racz, John Matish, Joleen Mullins. FOURTH ROW: Don Moore, Bob Misener, Marvin Mosley, Albert Pomey, Bobby Oyler. FIFTH ROW: Henry Parker, Kenneth T. Over-turf, Al Perkins, Jerry Norvell, Lois Ooren, Mr. Amos. 90 .. ....-,...,.............,.,,,. ,,. . ,. . , ,Y .. -W- -W-0511,-gf-V-MW-0-M .. , a. ,.,,," .i- ,: ,. , v v-'- . ,,, sv' V -, :, ' ' ' "" f - . , - ' .:, : . '-., :.::: ,- ,,, : . H is 9-6 FIRST ROW: Edris Wilds, Brunilda Torres, Larry White, Alan Thomas, Mrs. Darling. SECOND ROW: Sharon Wright, Terri Wyman, Darlene Whitlock, Ramona Wood, Patricia Yarling. THIRD ROW: Joan Wilvert, Luanne White, Peggy Shanahan, Becky Whitten, Linda Harrell. FOURTH ROXV: Mike Webb, Reno Wilson, Doug Tra- wick, Renee Shamp, Judy Uchtman. FIFTH ROW: Har- vey Yates, Harry Thompson, Deanna Williford, Larry Wagner, Tito Vargas. SIXTH ROW: Dan Johnson, Maurice Morton, Bob Turner. 9-5 FIRST ROW: Lance Reed, jane Roseborough, Jane Quisenberry, Lorna Rhodes, Dane Nell Roper, Mr. Waller. SECOND ROW: Cragon Shacldy, Carol Smith, Jim French, Linda Short, Mark Saum. THIRD ROW: Richard Pre- vost, Pat Seal, Susan Simmons, Gail Stewart, Kathi Smith. FOURTH ROW: Shirley Schoppe, Jo Ann Strickland, Rose Mary Sedwick, Sheila Rust, Luis Guzman. FIFTH ROW: Gary Benz, Donnell Saffold, Bob Swanagin, Craig Rose, Donnie Sexton. SIXTH ROW: Ronald Ross, Ed- ward Sheeks. 9-7 FIRST ROW: Bobbie Cox, Cuchin Burgos, Edward Harris, Terry Brandt, Manfred Steinhauser. SECOND ROW: Fred Dembski, Virgen Rodriguez, Holly Bunshaw, Sandra Shields, Miss Norris. THIRD ROW: Cresson Bare, Vera Gossetr, Shelby Bossie, Kathy Conway, Barbara Boyd. FOURTH ROW: Ralph Dunn, Helen Cromer, Nina Har- bett, Kay Davis, Morrison Edwards. FIFTH ROW: Frank Christensen, Dan Boyd, Randy Hansen, Richard Blake, Pat Green. SIXTH ROW: John Ellis, Tom Chris- topher, Hugo Cordova. 9-S FIRST ROW: Jo Ann Richards, Jean West, Cheri Lynn Shields, Mary Schelew, lMr. Miller. SECOND ROW: Charles McKinney, Gary Strickland, Judy Morehead, Paul Summerson, Gerald Skaggs. THIRD ROW: Gary Spencer, Don Zedalis, John Tinnat, Mike Reece, Donald Ferro. FOURTH ROW: Alan Shenk, Joe Zugay, Jorge Miranda, Richard Morrow, Larry Mallory. FIFTH ROW: Robert Murray, Edward Powers, Bill Jacobs, Jim Smithers, Ron- ald Rains. SIXTH ROW: Ted Zislis, Steven Tester. NOT PICTURED: Judy Armstrong, Charlotte Withrow. 92 I-ICDIXICJF-TQ S X-X--N'-1-2 PEN ELOPE LEE NILAN D Valedictorian 615 . I mm,, K Q 3 I U , , xzwkqrzqyr , "Q, ,I WILLIAM NICHOLAS COYLE S alutatorifm ARON WARE CLEMENS Outxtmzding Bela NATIO AL MERIT SEMI-FINALISTS ,, . xl:- "'b. 'g X - W 0 - - rw, .M JN, ., .if:2J.Qfff,-V1 T' 1 Hurley Wilvert, Penelope Niland, Patricia Harkin. v LETTERS' OF COMMENDATION were received by James Ritter and Barbara Medinger. QV- 4 s i 2 - I s E Q HOMECOMING QUEEN 1961 Miss Ann Carolyne Demory 98 HOMECOMING CCDURT Miss Leanne Isabel Marish Miss Sherry Ellen Noland Miss Coy Sue Cox Miss Linda jane McAfee , MQ. Q wx N-av' ,.-U0 ,J I -.NN A . ind' ' MS., , Q., I ' A H. K 45 t , W ,NA , 4 4, in ff , 'Q ' - Y - 'F' Eff 1 ,' ' 'iff f 4 ,, x K M, E a,,2ug43Z Mal: 5 ., , " .X 11, is , U S x fb M A ag M W "V :' . nw? ' el' .k- L. ,. Ig' an - f' f .. ' 6,,:"3 ' Jf""4..,lP , LY -3 ., .wuz ' :TQ 'fav' g.-5.9.5 ,Sr Sym" . f 'w ." 5' . I Ig., -5 Q -1'-E53 . , -ww ,ZW ,. . .L ' M , .,.,2e.v 1,1 V' . 'f a E"-ig-?"Y?'i A rw' ,, V L, , 43 ,Y . 1. I -34 5 is Q 100 MISS AND MR. EAGLE 1962 Miss Jacqueline Anne Shonerd Mr. Morgan Garrott Roseborough SENICDR ATTENDANTS is ' W u' fl f 471' T iviivjiit- fJl?i" i vi' ' wi f : ff i -W3 sf' 5 V5 -f . Q 4 gpA ATT A I Ifxvf 4 , f , ,,,..fL-Am-v4- :Lt L+' I K Ax 215: K ,,4 . r K wh M V I ,, - v is v 3 M i s v Jig-, 4.5 QV! K . -spd . ji M 9 X ' kj! A X, gi. p A ,M SA Mg- X, Xa. If W , IQ J, .5-ff - xox ' 'V' f , X A 1 N v 1 , ff! f J' ' L1'1 X ' I E A X I .. 5 i K tif .fg X 3 . B ,gs 4 iii-fs ,V is - iq , 5 13, , i fry, ,V . i A t A I ,P . Miss Barbara joan Covington Miss Beverly jean Covington if -dst' Y 'Q or f, . if., " rv ' 'f' fs f P' 5 4 ' frfix E? i v ,sv 1 .M is N: A X - V 4 fixf ' Vlxk ., .,,s ., .,, i fig - W J, v r, v o f s ' v Frist .5-Q' 1 1 ' 1 E Miss Ann Carolyne Demory Miss Leanne Isabel Matish MOST CO-OPERATIVE Irene Rosalie Kennelly Martin Vernon Conley SENIOR SU PERLATIVES MISS AND MR. EAGLE Jacqueline Anne Shonerd Morgan Garrott Roseborough BEST LOOKING Leanne Isabel Matxsh Morgan Garrott Roseborough BEST DRESSED Margaret Elizabeth Maldonado Terence Charles Black 2 9 T -reg , A ,J-ww' ' MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED janet Irene Denick, Hurley Thomas Wilvert, Jr. J' MOST ATHLETIC Barbara Elaine Dye, Glynn Walter Hale . x Z, . , , ,Q 45 t .0 I nu llU'll'M um: -.umm S i ALL-STATE CHORUS - A1 Celani, Pat Harkin, and Jim McConville. H - I M4 f,-w V. , Q. k , i i ALL-DISTRICT BAND MEMBERS - STANDING: Frank Hudgins, Ben Girtes, jerry McAfee Chuck Yarling, john Benton, Jim Anderson, Mike Cordean, Fred Girtes, Rick Prevosr. SEATED Sue McLanachan, Par Yarling, Vera Gossett, Deanna Williford, Marilyn I-Iudgins, Janet Denick RICHARD HUSTVEDT was named to the HONORS GROUP of the WESTINGHOUSE SCIENCE TALENT SEARCH. MANDY DEMORY, MARY ROBERTS, and SHERRY NOLAND attended the KENTUCKIANA CHEERLEAD- ERS CAMP in August 1961. In the Individual Competi- tion, Mary placed third, and Sherry placed first. JANET DENICK was the winner of the 1960-61 JOHN PHILIP SOUSA AWARD for outstanding band work. SANDRA RANSICK attended the SUMMER SCIENCE INSTITUTE, which is sponsored by the National Science Foundation. She studied biology at Murray State College. i :Q ff? Q. 'KI ,. .3 J. , M2 iw. f W. i gf Xi af 1 ive 3. FIRST ROW: Mike Kulka, Mike Moore, Gary Smith, David Celani, Joe Taylor, Bob Borders, jim Figgins, Bob Figgins. SECOND ROW: David Maninger, Bill Coyne, Jerome Harvie, Hubert McMinn, Morgan Roseborough, Jim Thompson, Al 'i Y H, 1 . V4 ,V gig 3 l , 2 ,D i . -fm. ,lr Va:-: 21 Celani, Hurley Wilvert. THIRD ROW: Henry Henderson, Bob Beeler, Glynn Hale, Mike Metli, Bob Dorsey, larry Coyne, James jackson, Hans Pierson, Martin Conley. 4 1' aims, g . nw- i sk' 3 .LM ,fvir 5 ,. s Q Q 1 1 :2 :ff . f , , , ,Q 2 ,, , lx P I Arsistanl Coach, Vernon Wilsong Head Couch, john Hackett, and Animmt Coach, Paul Jones. ,gif C "-, aff' fvrf ,J ,,, , J, 353 3 M : W , , , A wif i, 'Y -7 f :1lmr,5z1 - W ... -1: 4 , A f W f Q ' ,, '.:.j',gZf3e,, ' 9,l3'f3A J f 'Eff fi i,?:5T,1'. . 5, Y' S n "W 'YH '4 if - fi A A , , A 1,f- 'Il 1 " V M , it Y , V ,mr 18 . C , my my --1:5425 ,ggi-ali , ' " Af , - a f: 'r fi :,gHfLZS93l5f Mr. Hackett, Co-Captain: Bill Coyne and Glynn Hale. -,N A ,fa A rr f Y 1 .fl Off to Madisonvxlle 5,1 Bill Coyne "' "' "' Guard 165 Co-Captain All-Conference Most Valuable Player Mike Metli ' End 1 75 Al Celani ' "' " Guard 170 'I10 Glynn Hale Quarterback C 0-Captain El"f'lTl,f 'I' , "Ef'lif FEE ,L .2 ? 41:31 '- iff. 1 ' Q 1 r George Moranda Tackle nn- 155 z 1 ,F , . .H B, M if U2 Wg ,f las f .fi iw 1' his -is ff x, PY '65, i swgw, , 5' 5 .s L .Q Q 3 wap I 51,314 -ll J' is any w ,: rgyutfgza Ev, E y YK: ggwgiifsfs ll gi --3:14 .gil "ww '-Jw. ii? 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IRM ' 21 "Q'.l'Ei:1'w: f ,Qsl:smfsfNi'Afw3LH 14 wfiiswfi"fffLf2l'5 - 'K 'es A rg -' x5:5iIQn.,:,,., J: ,: Qfjihliss 'K 1!gemE:!?Q4yy,5vA.Qg wfmms- , P . -, sw ag, L. g -,i 4,.,.g , ' ff I :-,, ,,,4 ., , 'l 5flf'G'+!:N2f'f2i f -A A5 gX2g31'X2sff.lV, ,Qq3g.,ij,yg5fwf2 g:Qyfg1+fvfff5 e:-5- .i-.iWss:,,:,1.s- .1 ,' .55 if .A W M , X ,P N, gg v X Q r Jim Martin Full back fn Mws 2 ll 175 5qQ,n1139x1gg.wif+ Nu - ,, :LLL 1 ., 5:15.igi:?i5g,g51f J www,wWws 4i'?fsQ3gl1Ji1.M K N . " Q V w Q 4 , ff ,i H bl" 3 Q ,Q i 6 K 5 ik Jerome Harvie Tackle s 50' 04 ' f f A ' I ,yt W 1 J' - -fiffis lrs' .f Qs ykr- , ,, L.,fk,ifi,xl Lf K I x f cz S 1: w . .' W a 0 fling' 25. fmggg 'N Wf'f3ki1'lL Q t Sb? 5 1 1 sis! 15' A His k 1 , A fwW,JggmQp 9 YI 541 1113, Q qv wsu 4, P23 K WW " 3131, J ! ,QM vi ,I Q X M y 5 fi 1 M! .uf ' ,f Bob Borders "' Center 140 Joe French ' Quarterback 15 5 Dave Maninger Halfback an 160 james Jackson t End 160 yrs? ' , :iii ig f , Q , I -my - -:SHA :.Vt5,is?i':22-I 'A ' Y "'2NS,Hli' .- A . 1 sift-ef' s "gl , WV -ne 'v-QS, like ..,. . 1 1 5 ' a ,Mgr A,,., ,W 3 if .X 5 3 IQQN gf' 1 m Joe Taylor Guard 150 pw' H :.,, . 1 I we rr . u""' 7 ' re-2' gasp- tg, 1 1 l,,3l, Eddie Hackett End 140 -r' l96ISCHEDULE 5- WE THEY 7 LaRue County 13 13 Old Kentucky Home 0 O Bardstown 6 3 1 Shepherdsville 7 3 3 Tompkinsville 7 0 Madisonville 3 8 1 3 Clark County 1 3 26 Campbellsville 7 25 Kentucky Military Institute 13 6 Elizabethtown 1 3 .,.hg,:g,.- - and Pierson hits the turf! Bob Beeler Tackle Bob Dorsey Fullback 160 160 -.lwmluu-an mn mmwww nm, 'fm Filing on ??? . No, ir's not a two-headed coin! JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD - FIRST ROW: Norbert Cowart, jimmy Spry, Milton Creamer, Nicholas Gonzales, Hayward Daugherty, Ronald Ross. SECOND ROW: Fred Gittes, John Metli, H5 john Omenhiser, Dick Schall, Jack Snyder, Dale Dixon, Bob Young. all r , P' Q' g , 1 mm ,W . M E y 1 'M-br, if J +.. ..1?,4 5, , 'sififw Q fffilll 2 ,limi .. 5 Mg 4' 2 :W Y -xy-fs 11, aim-S536 "ii" ffl, 99:5 vzwwih, ez H- ,193 Q1 E ,M ,f,, Qflf Q.: am 1 ' Q: J Tf+r,,' Q ,, W " 3 4 H , ., MF-ff , Q1 jaw-rv. L M . iwggi, Riff?" ' Fvsfai 1-'A 15.2 . egg. - 5? I Vaffkii H I 1755 Q A A3515 2' '-:,5 K 1 Ca-captain: Glynn Hale and Paul Landreaux VARSITY TEAM - FIRST ROW: Manager -Richard Ryckaerr, David Berry, joe French, Paul Landreaux, Mike Metli, Dan Johnson, Tim Anderson, and Manager-Larry White. SECOND ROW: Mr. Burrow, Mickey Vargus, jim Mercer, Craig Carroll, Glynn Hale, Guy Watkins, Jim Swanagin, and Mr. Parks. 1 'iifzg ,ff 94 4941+ H lai- Glynn Hale Paul' Landreaux Forward, 6' 1" Xtf - E Forward, 6' 0' Captain f- 3 qw W Q Captain .il n A 5. ,-1-1:-l--I 120 -, -mmm --u-1 Tim Anderson David Berry Guard, 5 ' 7" Guard, 5' 11 ' Guard 6' O ' Forward 6' 0 Kraig Carroll Joe French ' 'A S 6 gi 1 '3 gi.. ,,,,...--- ' M Q Dan Johnson jim Mercer Forward, 6' 0" Center, 6' 1 Mike Medi xx Jim Swanagin Guard, 5' 11" W Center, 6' 2 M xh 1 Ns 451 ., W George Vargas Guy Watkins Forward, 6' 1" Guard, 6' O" P .Q J ff an L, 4, fe inf' S 'H su B wi i av , 4 Gifts from Dad's Club. 5 If 5 in , ,f fl be 'W he JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - FIRST ROW: Robert Swanigan, Eric Lawson, Joe Zedalis, Robert Kelly, Warren Mickey Wallace, Joey Clothier, Mike Strain, Gary Bates, Alex Withrow. THIRD ROW: James Smithers, Dennis O'Brien, Hugo Morales, Hayward Daugherty, Scott McMillin, Thomas Hurt. Cordova, Kenneth Conley, Roger Griffin, Franco Reever, Charles SECOND ROW: Don Moore, jim McManus, Eddie Shanahan, McKinney, Robert Misner, Mr. Park, coach. 124 Q CI-IEERLEADER SPONSORS - Delores Daugherty, rtudent rponmrg Mrs. Burrow, junior Vanity Jponsorg Mrs. Tesar, Vanity rponror. I Congratulations ! Mrs. Tesar is the recipient of the National Outstanding Service Award, which is presented annually by the United States Cheerleaders' Associ- ation to an outstanding sponsor in the United States. . . . and they nervously await their turn ? JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS White, Janice Moss, Mickey Huffer. ff jerry Carson, Linda McAfee, Linda Short, Luanne Xnry' On your mark... ,gig C - joe and Jack make the highs I KNEELING: Andy Shaffer, V. Q iff E e e George Moranda, Hurley Wil- jr , A . ' iv 'fi , vert. STANDING: La fry ' ' fi fl S A :lj 1 Coyne, joe French, James Q I K mv 'D ' ' jackson, Mike McGlamery. e v K X Q , 1, K L N Sf, Pi i We don't ,run in Bass shoes! , X' Th3f'5 Geofge behind Mike- I X I N f T ff" T ?Q?Ffw 2' Air, Air u FIRST ROW: Steve Thorpe, John Metli, Bobby Oyler, Mark Saum. SECOND ROW: jim French, Jeff Bankson, Pat Green, John Ellis, Tim Tilton, John Calhoun. THIRD ROW: Butch Saffold, John Whitley, Gary Spencer, Eddie Caldwell, Paul Summerson, Doug Trawick, Coach Larry Tesar. Lct's cut these times down, boys ,f" .. li '.ft: tzs- T Perfect form. On your mark, get set . . . siz, V W ,.,, nf., ,,, Wm wwf' f - av. f ,ZF K E. , Sn, .gmf , N, 128 H, Xe i., f 1 , t. , fq a iif ' -'WW' - A A .,:iIi5i,z,-1 mb si? ,vi M 1 if it Li ii N, i -'Qi 1 , K F x Q' f if W ,, f K N.. Hsin i M5 i X 1. -i . iw vw - Align . ASW? X-gfrj his A - V, X- . f yi if, M fluff : si , f ' 5' iv. Y , . , 5' ..:.,.v 7 -if i ' H, '69 1. Q ,. ' 'W ' ' X f 1.11, '1 I fic? 6 1538. 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FIRST ROW: Bob Young, David Berry, Gary Smith, Hector Rodriguez. Frank Nicely. SIIOND ROW: Joe Zedalis, Steve Me-tli, Joe French, Glynn Hale, Mike Metli, Mickey Wallace, Gordon Kersey, ,Tim Hazelett. I - gf TENNIS TEAM - KNEELING: Jim Anderson and Tom LeVasseur. STAND- ING: Morgan Roseborough and Jane Roseborough. ,ff .ff f f., , ., , ff? a, i VF,,.w 1 ,ff xn 5, Oi ,fo . '-N' i 1. V, M' ' Q' 14 -ff PM 1: 5 Q32 in O 3' ,Og an E - l lx o S . . "ill" . .,. Gif..-AH -u...-..' 5, 5:75, .Sfb A PRBSIDRN TLA1. M!fL:'Qi:xGZu V To the Schools on ma Physical fitness of Youth The fxtrenggti. of our democracy is no greater than the collecv tive well-being 01' aut' sample. The vigor of our country is na stronger than the vitality and will of all our countrymen. The level of physical, mental, moral and spiritual Hnness of every American citizen must he our constant concern. The need for increased attention to the phyfsirsal fitness oz' our youth is clearly eatabllsned. Altmzxxlvgh todays young people are fundamentally healthier than the youth of any prfzwioua generation, the majority have not devolnped strcng, agile bodies. The softening prom-eas of our' 'civilization continues to carry on its persistent- evasion. it is af great importance, then, that we take to ensure that every American Child he given 'ao make and keep himself physically fii--fit understand, to grow in ,grace and stature, ta immecimbe amps the opportunity to 1ear'n,i"St to fully live. AA' .r W I L ' A To :nemb va rs o L' 'Cl'400l UOAWGS. school administrators, teachers, and pupils Lnemselves, I am directing this urgent cull to sfzrengtkuen all programs v-'rich contribute to the physical fit- nefzs oi' cur' youth. L Sirongly urge each school to adopt the EZ1I'6e specific rweomm-andamions of my Council on Youth Pltnesaz I . Identify the physically unriardevelep-eo pupil and work with him to imprave his physical capacity. 2. Provide a every may for 3. Lse valid abilities and ine adoption ensure une b developmental WN P' ....l. W .gpxsk mae.. 4, minimnm oi fifteen minutes ofviggoroua activity all pupils. fitness teams no determine pupils' physical evaluate Lreix' progress. 4 of these recommendations by our achoom will ginmlng oi? La sound basic prugzr-am of' pleysieal activity. Hurley Wilvert Aron Clemens Debbie Wagner Marie Uva Student Council President Beta Club President Masque and Gavel Club French Club President President Alfred Celani Ulrike Hornig Michael UPC, junior Classical League President German Club President Spamfb Club Pfe-Wie'U l Jlm Swanagm Future Teachers of America f X I I Club President ' ' pl XX v ,es ll XXX I I , l IX f efxf ESJIVK , '. ,C an yu kg I , N f.:..:f e:ifl W E 4. . J k lf-ve A. ee 111.1 f ss C , K e A- .. jg:-ff l Q. ,lfffiiji W - K NP---tk -1- Q - X i . fng '-4 ia--A-A ' l siflllf N C is iii" L Vi ' Q 4 -X , i l 'ii5E5.,. E Q X Y. X ' N. . . A.. x.1.0,,::k N X xx., E X X X BQ, X ' X ' .., JY, Elizabeth 'Meggs junior Red Cron' Club Pfexideut John. Gregory Chef: Club President Lynn Rhoads Art Club Prexulent Sherry Noland Jerry McAfee Rick FOICY I Chorus Prefidenz Band Prexidem Rocket Club Preudent - 5 Q ,f N wa -.--ln .1 I I Tom Parsons Penny Niland Newspaper Editor-in-Chief Yearbook Editor-in-Chief y3xN 1 N I -fn - x be Q ff n 4: rf-3'5w? J J.,-4' ,: - l-V Xx 'X x -f " U X yy iQ7'Xfxw-QGTTFSEZFQ Y X X ,- wi Y Y Y - W X -- be , be ., C C e C ,FT I -Xin -Q . Q X -M "Q L. 'XM V , X435 - - lx Ax" " 13 - QQXF-, , --,X -fi .-XXX '-. 'X TUDE T COUNCIL OFFICERS - President, Aron Clemensg Vice-President, Elizabeth Meggsg Secretary, Janet Denick Treasurer, john Doughertyg Spomored by Mrs. McCoy and Miss Christie. MASQU E AND GAVEL OFFICERS - Preridenl, Debbie Wagnerg Vice-Preridenz, Sherry Uhlg Secrelary, Aron Clemensg Treawrer, Michael Gordong Spomored by Miss Foraker. DEBATE Mike Gordon, Bill Friend, Debbie Wagner, Aron Clemens, Tom Parsons, Gail Srewartg Sponsored by Miss Foraker. M11 N FRENC LUB OFFICERS - Prexident, Ulrike Hornigg Vfice-President, Bobby Van Corbachg Secretary, Victoria McMinng Treaxurer, Susan Parkerg Program Chairman, Sherrill Uhlg Spomored by Miss Moss. E i N WSPAPER STAFF OFFICERS - Prerident, Steve Ldgang Vice-President, Ronald Englishg Secretary-Tremurer, Dorothy Vfhitlockg Sergeant at Armr, Carl Maysg Sponsored by Mrs. Vfaller. FUTURE TEACHERS OF MERICA OFFICERS - Prerident, jim Swanaging Vice-Prexidenl, Pat Gontrumg Secretary, Sandy Blountg Treamrer, Carolyn Winnerg Sefgeant at Armf, Klaus Clarkg Sponxored by Miss Maddox. FUTURE URSES OF AMERICA 234 1. . vm , U Spomored by Mrs. Magruder. KA PA OFFICERS - Prexident, Donna Shreveg Vice-President, Carol Smithg Secretary, Geraldine Carsong Treasurer, Victoria McMinng Historian, Susan Kraftsowg Spomored by Mrs. Tesar and Mrs. Burrow. LETTERMAN'S CLUB Sponsored by Mr. Burrow CHORUS OFFICERS - President, Sherry Nolandg Vice-Prexidenl, Ann McChristiang Secretary, Linda Short Trip Manager, Amanda Demoryg Directed by Mrs. Brown. ai QI? ig"'.W! OFFICERS - Prefident. John Gregoryg Vice-Prexidem, Fred Gittesg Secretary, Ben Gittesg Treaxur er, Charles Yarlingg Spomored by Mr. Cox. JU IOR RED CROSS A OFFICERS - President, Elizabeth Meggsg Vice-President, Charles Alexander, Secretary. Barbara Covingtong Trearurer, Beverly Covingtong Sponsored by Mrs. Roberts and Miss Norris. ART CLUB Rn OFFICERS - Prerident, Lynn Rhoadsg Vine-President. Bobby Van Corbachg Secretary, Pamela Frykholmg Trearurer, Dianna Willifordg Club Reporter, Renee Shampg Spomored by Mrs. Marshall. Mita ACULTY AND ADMINIS - HONORS SECTION -- Carolyn Brown SPORTS SECTION - Hurley SECTION - Arlene and Jean Daniel. Wilven, Linda Boggess and Hu and Jean Daniel. bert MgMinn, 'A Ly SECTION - Irene and Patricia Harkin. -,f4V,a ACTIVITIES SECTION -- Mar- garet Maldonado and Dianne Zuidema. A-my X. YE RBOOK STAFF JUNIOR SECTION Aron Clemens and Barbara Medmger SOPHOMORE S E C T I O N - FRESHMAN SECTION Shir jean Covington, jim Anderson ley Crowley and Ann McChr1st and Leanne Matish. ian, BUSINESS STAFF - Terence Black, William Coyne, Mr. Chance, Michael McGlamc-ry, and Hurley Wilvert. ART STAFF - Lynn Rhoads, Patricia Pultz, Guy Watkins and Jerry Patee. PHOTOGRAPHERS - Ben Girtes and Richard Ryclcaert. .-wr-f SCIENCE ENRICHMENT PROGRAM ROCKET SOCIETY Rick Foley, Prexidenlf Bill Friend, Vice-Prexidentf Pat Yarling, Trea.rurer,' jim Anderson, Range Safety Officerf Rick Foley, Firing Officerf Hurley Wilverr, Project Officerg Sponsored by Mr. Quisenberry. Mf- ? fffw if 0 D fgl ,' 9 gf' Ott Maybe we can tune in Huckleberry Hound. 1 r Peek aboo in the language lab S JH , - ,M V, , f , N ,Mk ,. ,S I , W xxx-N g ,s The Preamble to the What ??? X L fl?-'t-f X, Half-time in the cafeteria. l'l 'FOV 7 . . A 1' f' 'f if .yrwa was Q is K 4 I .WZ ,- 1 W Q 5 'V if ,limi '., Lili V ll 'ii .r w M "7Lg,,'fQ - , .w guill I. . 's 1. .X lg 'WJ' ,5 'lg Watch your finger, Mr. Minton! A "":Q"'H2' iw-m ,. Z lx ,J by, i ,, sa Yes, but would you wear it? La-XA QQ FORT KNOX EAGLE BAND - Mr. William S. johns, Director. BAND OFFICERS - Prexident, jerry MCAfeeg Vice-Preuklent, Janet Denickg Trefuurer, Mike Cordeang Senior Reprexentative, Ben Gittesg Not Pictured: Junior Reprerentative, Fred Girtesg and Frefbman Reprerentative, Charles Chance. 146 A O zrr, he 33 Ronald Logan Drum Major 5 COLOR GUARD - Mike Herring, Frank Led fond, Paul Kuykendall, Gary Strickland. FORT KNOX PEP BAND. EAGLES ON PARADE. MUSIC FROM PETER GUNN -F Q 5 1 f MAJORETTES - Pa.m Frykholm, Sally Wozniak, Vicky Lauderdale, Linda McAfee, Marsha Prevost, Betty Day, Joyce Edwards. Rollin' with Night Train ! How did I miss this class when I made out my schedule? Hurry - only four more places on the bus to E-town. ' Now boys and girls, you're seniors in high school." Don't forget your trays, girls. A.- I'1l rake that red lollipop, please. The queen and her court. Robin Tesar and Sally Clay b Her majesty . . . Mrrzarazzo, flower girls at Home- coming. L,nQ-- 4 f The Senior Class PFOUCHY PICSCHIS - - - The Seniors entertain with cupids and hearts. JU IOR REVUE T116 Strange ROHCL The Monkey's Paw. 149 w PM Joseph W. Fitzpatrick Lena Louise Rogers Judith Lucille Marling Miss Doris Nourse Finger painting? Cheesecake ? Music Teacher Late-Comers . Q 4 Allah! Axlittle to the right, please f 1 1 We were here first' ' ' 1 Y li ilu ' .M . Q ,--ff2W?5,,mfm 1- ,ii Q 'E , ff .W ., ,Q we , Q , We 'gl i 'bf' WWE my f Y is 8' , yy 'QM at . K 1 if X k I .,.,g. .-r- , -.9 gf ,sr YSQZZQH j"fs 7 ' 'I " "J 2-' f 3 4f'iEiiT51i'4g,, Q V ' X 's" V- L 150 Who drove? Sing along with Knox. E-a-g-l-e-s, EAGLES: Those freshmen . 1' wus M "The Little Store with the Big Service Depizrtmenf' NOON 'TIL NINE, INC. RCA Victor Magnavox RCA Whirlpool Television Stereo Appliances 819 N. Wilson Rd. Phone 351-3129 FRENCH'S TV SALES AND SERVICE Philco and RCA We Rent TV Sets Two Locations Fort Knox Phone 4-7666 Radcliff on 31 W. Phone 351-3422 152 Guaranteed Service on All Makes - Outside Antennas a Specialty Radcliff, Ky DUSTY RHODES FORD, INC. us. 31-w 2 Miles North Elizabethtown, Kentucky Sales and Services "Your Ford Friends" Phone: 765-4114 - 765-5502 WI 2-2121 PATE MOTOR CO., INC. 209 W. Dixie Av. -- Elizabethtown ITOIII DiaI ROckweII 5-6135 INO ToIIJ Dial Wlndsor 2-2300 24-Hour Wrecker Service gill'- f wt Youooo'1Imos Q. f MISS AND MRS. Ilfingg ,II I 1 RADCLIFF DRUGS I Drugs, Fountain, Sundries Smaff AppGreI Prescriptions for the Miss of Today 21 MI S h .f A and for the Miss of Yesterday A 'es out O Fort Knox Radcliff, Kentucky - i1 DIXIE DIP 428 N. Dixie Boulevard Radcliff, Kentucky CRADDOCK YOUR DEALER "Almost too new to be true" Ft. Knox Personnel Welcome We Service All Makes of Cars Office 351-3429 704 N.W. Dixie Blvd. K. if ' ' 'Qin my 'T -v 9 4,0 "rg: og, A BEAN PUBLISHING fm-vig: 'Trl Service Dept. 351 -3423 Radcliff, Ky. 2.3 .. ri 1' 'T-ss CO. Job Printing Compliment! Office Supplies of Machines and Equipment Publishers of Fort Knox Inside the Turret 408 W. Dixie Ave. - 765-6171 Elizabethtown, Kentucky 374 N. Dixie Boulevard Phone: 351-3212 W Q Your Complete Department Store A A,,El'ixx 2 Ml' ' !i77, 1-'X qui galw ...gg I ' f I 7 . fP' I 154 W tg TAYLOR OVERALL REALTORS 24 Public Square Elizabethtown, Kentucky f TY usf YUUR PROPER ws :ezmlm 2505.7 . 3 lil' LONGVIEW FLORIST 624 N. Dixie Blvd., Radcliff, Ky. Directly across from Krogers Phones: 351-3477 and 351-3137 e e - 9 Compliments 0 f BOYD DRUGS Jim Jefferson, R.PH. 8t Jim Laswell, R.PH. Q. Elizabethtown, Ky. BlLL'S HARDWARE 81 APPLIANCES Everything to Make Your Home More Comfortable TOP VALUE STAMPS Phone 351-3602 Located at 853 NW. Dixie Blvd. 132 W. Dixie Elizabethtown, Kentucky Complimentx of CLARK JEWELERS Gifts for all Occasions Watches Diamonds STERLING BY Gorham - Wallace Lunt - Heirloom N eugi 2341! DIXI-E-TOWN LAN ES North Dixie Highway Across From Airport iE'town Shopping Centerl Rt. 4, Box 513 Phone RO 5-4127 RADCLIFF REALTY CO. All Kinds of Real Estate F FT ' henomeo T. Brown Logsdon-Ronnie Proffitt N EWBERRY'S E'Town Newest Department Store 54 Complete Merchandise Departments Bigger Selections -- Famous Brands Two Value-Packed Sales Floors Over 60,000 Items Gigantic Savings Throughout the Store 155 BOONE'S Dry Cleaning 81 Laundry Sewing All Residential Quarters on Post With P.X. Approval C omplimentr Of Robert J. Seay Manager METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. Heyburn Building Louisville, Kentucky JUniper 7-7481 OSBORNE MOTORS, INC. Ford Dealers 46I So. Dixie Blvd. KIRBY Sanitation System Paul D. Carter Area Distributor 3f5I'3I0l win 844 No. Dixie Blvd. Radchffl Kentucky """ "!A' I Kentucky: , I gil. I DIXIE BANKS 81 BANKS 5pORT SHQP CLEANERS Phone: Muldraugh WI 2-26l3 Radcliff 35i-3078 60005 Cushman Sport Shop some DOY Service Q Sales and Service Laundry- Dry Cleaning Q0 Bear Archery Headquarters Compliments of C ongmtulatiom Clam of '62 I ANDERSON GOLF CLUB Pro Shop Harold "Spud" Rawlings Golf Professional 156 Ed Marshall, Asst. ,"f?,a,, NOLTE'S HAIRDRESSERS 705 N. Dixie Blvd. Radcliff, Kentucky 351-343i Complimentx Of JOPLIN 81 LANZ COMPANY The Louisville Store Elizabethtown and Hardin County's Oldest, Largest, and Most Complete Department Store C ompliments Of MULDAUGH HARDWARE Dixie Highway at Muldraugh C ompliment: Of NEWGARDEN DENTAL SUITE Newgarden Apu rtmenfs TOP HAT RESTAURANT 2 Miles South of Fort Knox On Highway 3I-W . ,,. " I g LA 5-,Jroon Open 6:00 o.m. to I2:OO p.m. FORT KNOX WATCH REPAIR Jewerly Repair and Engraving 4 Locations 4-3490 C 0 mpliment: Of POST STUDIO Civic Center FOr'r KH KNOX FURNITURE E. H. DURNIL, D.M.D. II65 Wilson Road I69 Vine Street Dentist Roddiff' Kentucky 844 N. Dixie Blvd. Redd ff 351-3223 iii! Pr, N I Ip IIJN Compliments Of AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY, INC. P. O. Box 67 Fort Knox, Kentucky I. 'MB n Q' , Q'5" w fo Usgndif xdllldnl X fi JACK KUNNECKE Dry Goods and Hardware Muldraugh K Wlndsor 2-2707 Compliment: of KELLY VANCE ,L I Q' Q . MOTORS Authorized Sales and Service W- for SEALTEST Fort Knox Area Radcliff Ph. 351-3848 COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Drink Coca-Cola Ei' A 1' K, K t T FORT KNOX NATIONAL BANK FORT KNOX, KENTUCKY Walk-up Window Hours Drwe In Wmdow 1400-1730 0900-1400 0730 1730 Monday-Friday Monday-Friday Monday Frnday 0730-1200 1400-1600 0730 1200 Saturday Friday Saturday . Compliment: Xi: 111 flf, of If -e - 'J J POST 4, I I Li BARBER SHOPS if 11 FORT KNOX, KENTUCKY C omplimentx of GORDON FOODS 1510 Algonquin Parkway Louisville 10, Kentucky ME 7-6591 Qixugxgyx Nuwmnun Ibtartq chips 'Ili QQ GANCI'S PIZZA HOUSE Pizza At It's Finest 3 Mi. South of Fort Knox on 31 W. ELgin 1-3610 i f si I ,E sift' DIXIE SHOE STORE Fred M. Burns Building Radcliff, Kentucky Quality Shoes 01' Bargain Prices ELgin 1-3468 I 160 -OE'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION 574 N. Dixie Blvd. Radcliff, Ky ELgin 1-3500 Relax in our TV Lounge while your car is being serviced -in all 1 48 States Tires, Batteries, 8 Accessories Motor Tune-ups 81 Muffler Installation Joe Hutcherson, Proprietor FIRST-HARDIN NATIONAL BANK OF ELIZABETHTOWN "Growing with Elizabethtown and Hardin County Since 1883" Capital -,- -,-- S500,000.00 Surplus ---.- --- 51,000,000.00 P11one: Elizabethtown 765-6106 Radcliff 351-3123 Hours: 9 a.rn. to 3 p.m. Daily Offering Checking - Saving Loan and Trust Services Branches: Radcliff Upton Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System NATIONAL FOOD SERVICE if if?-A' 7 THE FINEST QUALITY FOODS Free Delivery To Your Home Oldest ond Most Complete Service ot Fort Knox 2902 Seventh Street Road LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Congmtulatiom 8: Succexx I to The Graduating Class of 1962 from the FORT KNOX FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Bldg. NO. 1375 ' civic center Circle Fort Knox, Kentucky Compliments of SWOPE MOTORS, INC. Complimentx of THE TOWN HOUSE Elizabethtown, Kentucky E-Town ROCICIIH 351-4170 NEWGARDEN TRASH AND TREASURES Beauty, Barber, and Tailor Shops Sport Goods' Booting Supplies F t K K t k Toys, Clothing 81 Variety or nox, en uc y Wi 2-3377 3 Mi. N. of Elizabethtown on 31-W Q 163 TOMMY BCRDERS E'TOWN LAUNDRY Who I M lesa e eats AND DRY CLEANERS zoo N. Floyd u U JU 22591 for dculy puck-up ond delivery Service 3 3620 U S G I p d E 6111 N C 0 mplimenn Of KENTUCKY LIMOUSINES WCDLTZ STUDIOS Pictures - Portraits - Weddings Laminating Fort Knox, Kentucky 4-6391 DIXIE ROLLER RINK Skating is fun for Everyone Open Nightly except Sunday 81 Monday Kiddie Session Saturday 84 Sunday 2:00-4:30 vw I 351 3639 Radclnff, Kentucky Phone 351-9090 QI ' JN? A I 7 ORGANIZED 1923 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSCDCIATION OF ELIZABETHTOWN Elizabethtown, Kentucky Rockwell 5-2131 "Serve with Safety" - "Insured Safety" Assets over S14,000,000.00 KNCX SERVICE CENTER, INC Between Dixie Street Sf 31-W on Wilson Road Phone 351-3113 "Tabele.v.r Tire Headquarters" Gas - Oil - Lubrication Goodyear Tires, Tubes, Guarantee Batteries - Recapping Hours: 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Cgzlf d BfWb rfb SENIOR CLASS OF 1962 FROM THE DAD'S CLUB Q - .N . ,MY V. se 'X 25 , 2 i f Q, 2 7? 'in 5 Compliment! of TAHO Fort Knox Teen-Age Club Entrance on Angel Alley -fin , E ve is POST CAB COMPANY AND FORT KNOX MOTOR COACH Fcisf Efficient Service - Courteous Drivers ,, , i-Ag..5i,5geEi .,:,., q, ,w,,,q,..g-5-,rim .. f - .. A ki jv . Q 3 WT' v., I 'J - ., 'ii "Fil ', ,, F. Z" -2E.i7"w" . t- N . 4 . -:fd .5-Z.,-,.5,.:w ia.. 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',LA , 5 yi A -I from the UNITED STATES ARMY ARMCDR CENTER CJFFICER'S CJPEN MESS FORT KNOX, KENTUCKY - 1 1 1 Compliment: of NON COMMISSIONED CDFFICERS CDPEN MESS 2 ' QM V " 1 '92 A A 535 . Compliments of WSAC RADIO STATICDN 1463 N. Wilson Avenue RADCLIFF, KENTUCKY . Q W Cong 1? Zntionx ro 4 Fine Senior Class Complimenff Compliment! Of of Li. Col. 8. Mrs. L. E. Blount Mr. 8. Mrs. Ralph Gilbert cmd Cclfhy Complimentx Compliments of of S!Sgf. 8. Mrs. S. M. Noland Cdpl. 3: Mrs. W. G. COyle FORT KNOX TRAVEL AGENCYQ AND GREYHOUND STATION Phone 4-7777 YOUR TRAVEL SPECIALISTS 173 EAGLE BGGSTERS Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Joseph E. Bastion, Jr. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. F. W. Boye, Jr. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. E. S. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Herschel J. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Matarazzo Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Downing Lt. Col. and Mrs. Arlo E. Abbott Lt. Col. and Mrs. Chas. Alling Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. D. Ashby Col. and Mrs. S. A. Bach Lt. Col. and Mrs. C. T. Baldwin Major and Mrs. Roy L. Bates Lt. Col. and Mrs. Arcel L. Bell Chaplain and Mrs. Bender Lt. Col. and Mrs. Charles Bizousky Lt. Col. and Mrs. L. E. Blount Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. A. Bohnak MfSgt. and Mrs. J. A. Boldizar Col. and Mrs. R. H. Bunshaw Lt. Col. and Mrs. James T. Burke SFC and Mrs. James W. Cagle Col. and Mrs. T. A. Carilia Col. and Mrs. F. F. Carr Major and Mrs. Alfred Celani Major and Mrs. Wayne A. Chance Major and Mrs. Robert L. Covington Captain and Mrs. William G. Coyle MfSgt. and Mrs. W. J. Coyne Major and Mrs. Jarvin G. Crowley Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. V. Dague Col. and Mrs. J, D. Darrah, Jr. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Dan R. Davis Col. and Mrs. C. A. Deason Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gilbert and Cathy Major and Mrs. H. T. Wilvert Lt. Col. and Mrs. H. A. Deery Major and Mrs. William A. Denick Major and Mrs. Roger A. De Vall Col. and Mrs. J. W. Dobson Col. and Mrs. K. F. Eklund Lt. Col. and Lt. Col. and Lt. Col. and Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. P. Evans Mrs. J. B. Farley Mrs. John R. Fellows, Jr. Mrs. Joseph W. Fitzpatrick Major and Mrs. Joseph V. Flynn Lt. Col. and Mrs. V. L. Frykholm Major and Mrs. J. M. Gaske Col. and Mrs. J. K. Gaynor CWO and Mrs. E. L. Goodman, Jr. Lt. Col. and Mrs. L. G. Guzman MfSgt. and Mrs. Walter T. Hale Lt. Col. and Mrs. John E. Harbert Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. Harkin Lt. Col. R. L. Harllee Col. and Mrs. L. A. Hedges Lt. Col. and Captain and Mrs. C. W. Hemperly Mrs. l. H. Hustvedt Major and Mrs. B. J. Jankowicz Lt. Col. and Lt. Col. and Lt. Col. and Captain and Chaplain tLt. Mrs. A. W. Jones Mrs. J. B. Jones Mrs. A. V. Juliano Mrs. R. E. Kellett Col.l and Mrs. O. H. Kelly Lt. Col. arid Mrs. W. F. Kirchoff SFC and Mrs. Paul D. Landreaux Captain and Mrs. Fred W. Lawley SFC and Mrs. Paul J. Le Blanc Lt. Col. and Mrs. Edward M. Lee EAGLE Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. J. Linn Major and Mrs. B. F. Long Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. O. McAdams Lt. Col. and Mrs. Glen R. McAfee SFC and Mrs. John J. McConville Lt. Col. and Mrs. Chas. E. McGee Captain and Mrs. James P. McKnight SFC and Mrs. Hubert W. McMinn, Sr. Col. and Mrs. E. M. Majors Lt. Col. and Mrs. Leonard Maldonado SFC and Mrs. J. L. Maninger Col. and Mrs. W. V. Martz Col. and Mrs. F. D. Maurer SFC and Mrs. Lester R. Meckley Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. L. Meggs Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. G. Milikin CWO and Mrs. A. R. Mills Lt. Col. and Mrs. George E. Moranda Major and Mrs. D. H. Morgan CCanadc0 Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. H. Niland SfSgt. and Mrs. Stephen M. Noland Dr. and Mrs. F. A. O'Dell Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. F. Omenhiser, Jr. Chaplain and Mrs. Elmer Palmer Captain and Mrs. Austin L. Parker Lt. Col. and Mrs. N. W. Parsons Captain and Mrs. James C. Patee Col. and Mrs. W. H. Patterson Chaplain and Mrs. Henry M. Pollock Major and Mrs. R. J. Pultz Lt. Col. and Mrs. John P. Reed Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. M. Rhoads Col. Richard W. Ripple Lt. Col. and Mrs. F. N. Ritter BOOSTERS Lt. Col. and Mrs Col. and Mrs. R. Col. and Mrs. M. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Lt. Col. and Mrs. MfSgt. and Mrs. Lt. Col. and Mrs Captain and Mrs Lt. 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