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

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Costen. l Thelma Estes Lila Vaughn Director of Library Services High School Guidance Counselor C bn 'II Angela S.Br3Vwnt K k Ruhert Burrow G 'dw Eh amp e svi e o ege, es ern entuc y ' ' ' ' BTI - 3009 State College, Bowling Green College of kontMlorr5 tlugiolr College, University of Kentucky, Western Georgetown Conegey Eastern Kentucky State Commerce en uc y 3 e 0 age College, Union College B, 3. B. A., M. A. B, A, Business Education Physical Education, Driver Education, Basketball Coach History l Donald H Chapman Marvin Crenshaw Charlotte Virginia Ditto St. Lawrence University, University of Kentucky, Western Kentucky State College Indiana University Western Kentucky State College A. B. B. M. E Language Music Social Studies Stuart 1. Fleishman "The line-up" Santa Monica City College, Mexico City College, UCLA, Los Angeles State College, U. ot West Virginia B. A., M. A. , , Language Swlgert S. Hockensmith - - WilliamS.lohns john Hackett Umvermty of Kentucky' Georgetown Couege' Carnegie Institute of Technology, Universi Western Kentucky State Conege Western Kentucky State College Louisville 3 3 B. A. B. M. E. Physical Education, Football Coach Language Band Dilemf Paul Innes Edwin E. Luhh James B. Lund University of Kentucky, East Texas State College Western Kentucky State College University of Idaho, Nogths Dakota State University A- B., Nl-A. A. B,, M. A. . . Physical Education, Education Mathematics English "What's your brand, Mr. Lund?" Anna Lee Maddnx Frances Matarallu MurielR.McIJonald Bethel College, Murray State College, Western Transylvania College, University ot Kentucky, Northwestern Umversitg,AFlorida State University Kentucky State College, University of Louisville indiana University A B M A . . B,S, . ., . . 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Amanda Rose Spalding Cafeteria Coordinator Johnson Allmond High School Custodian MAINTENANCE STAFFUFIRST ROW: Clyde Swanagin, Supervisor Buildings, Grounds and Maintenance: Albert Perry, Felix Roden SECOND ROW: Thomas Tyler, Samuel Adams way Leon Whobrey Louis Jay George Franzell, Theodore York, Park Bieri bower. THIRD ROW: Walter Smith, loe Hollo- Blue Moon" "The family at the game" "Day is Done" "Red Rover, Red Rover, send Miss Thurman right over "H0ff19C0mil1g, 1953" 'Teachers' recess." ,MMV- Q: QTY' w 6 N 1 f .Wm n W 'ya'?ffi-356 MM X Senror Class Offrcers President V P dt RubertBeeIer GI UN Scrty T S nPk Pt Fgty Class Favorrtes Janice Moss Robert Van Corhach Patricia Lynn Allen Fond du Iac, Wisconsin Biff . . . "Rats!" . . . likes bowling and water sports . . . plans to be a nurse. Home Economics Club 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Medics 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Future Medical Society 4. To err is human, to forgive is devine. Margaret Ethel Baine Houston, Mississippi Margaret . . . "What are you talking about?" . . . likes football and basketball games and potato chips . . . hopes to be a lab technician. KAPA 1, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3, German Club 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Future Medical Society 2, Beta Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 4. This above all, To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man. George Dlaf Anderson Elizabeth, New Jersey Olaf. . . "Hey Louey" . . . likes tall girls and basketball . . . aspires to be President Track 1, 2, Spanish Club, Basketball 4, Rifle Team. For when the great Scorer comes To write against your name, He writes not that you won or lost, But how you played the game. Gary Ralph Bates Fairfield, Iowa Gary . . . "Hackett, pick up my sticks!" . . . likes cheerleaders and sports . . Western. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3. Courage is generosity of the highest order, for the brave are prodigal ot things. Melvyn Ricardo Bantum Philadelphia, Pennsylvania lunior. . . "Oh my gosh!" . . . likes eating . . . plans to be a medical technician. Junior Classical League lf at first you don't succeed, try and try again. . plans to attend the most precious Janice Alice Beaulieu Columbus, Ohio lan . . . "How 'bout that!" . . . likes traveling and summer . . . hopes to attend college in Ocala, Florida. Chorus 1, 2, Newspaper Club 1, GAA 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 4, German Club 4. This world is full of wonders waiting for our minds to improve. Robert Walker Beeler Chattanooga, Tennessee Bob. . . "So?" . . . likes football and baseball . . . plans to be an engineer. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, -3, Class Sgt.-at-arms 3, Baseball 3, 4, Bluegrass Boys State Representative 3, All-MKC Baseball 3, Lettermens Club 2, 3, 4, Class President 4. When the going gets tough, the tough get going. Iletlef lnlln Benton Bamberg, Germany Detlef . . . "What a way to go!" . . . likes band trips . . . intends to be a psychologist. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, District Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, German Club 1,2 All are presumed good till they are found in a fault. David Louis Berry Fort Knox, Kentucky Red . . . "That's what's happening!" . . . likes people who say what they think and act like they feel . . . wants to be an IBM technician. Beta Club 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Let, termens Club 2, 3, 4. You'll never get rid of a bad temper by losing it. Bruce Alan Boger Louisville, Kentucky Boger . . . "Blank" , . . likes people . . . plans to be a biochemist. A penny saved is a penny earned. Robert Randall Bond Crossville, Tennessee Randy . . . "Think of what you just did!" . . . likes outdoor sports . . . aspires to be an en- glneer. Baseball 2, 3. Try to think for oneself. William Rohert Bowman Denver, Colorado Bill . . . "Be serious!" . . . likes athletics, hunting and water skiing . . .hopes to be an Air Force officer. Class ViceePresident 15 Baseball 15 Football 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Class Vice-President 3 lunior Play 35 Color Guard 49 Student Council 1, Honor Roll Club 2, 3. Speak softly and carry a big cannon! John lay Burch Rawlings, Wyoming Burch . . . "Yeah man, all the time" . . . likes to dance the monkey. . . plans to be a navigator. Ping Pong Champ 1, 2, Varsity Football 3. Don't take any wooden nickels. Betty Mae Canada Saint Paul, Minnesota Betty . . . "Good morning!" . . . likes to sew. . . wants to be a junior accountant and secretary. Junior Red Cross 2, Vice-President 3, Pep Club 2. C'est la vie! Marilyne Ruth Burleson Houston, Texas Birdie . . . "Tuff enuff". . . likes dancing, and acting . . . maybe nurse or dramatics teacher Annual 1, 2, Pep Club 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 1, 2, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Fresh- man Class Secretary 1, Red Cross Chairman 2, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Newspaper Staft 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, Homecoming Queen 2, Cheerleader 2, GAA 1, 2, Art Club 2, 3. God helps those who help themselves. Jesse Louis Castillo San Antonio, Texas less . . . "Hit" . . . likes weekends . . . plans to have a military career. Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2. Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. Raymond Charles Chmielewski London, England Chim . . . "Hey, man!" . . . likes girls and sharp clothes . . . aspires to be a navigator. Library Club 3, Yell Leader 4. Life is my college. May I graduate well and merit some honors. Esther Angela Choy Shanghai, China Esther . . . "ls there anything to eat?" . . . likes basketball games and baking . . . wants to be a beautician. KAPA 1, 2, 3, 4, JCL 2, 3. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Roberta Ann Clark Concord, New Hampshire Roberta . . . "Something fierce!" . . . likes swimming and horseback riding . . . wants to be an IBM technician. Art Club 1, French Association 2, KAPA 4. Laugh and the world laughs with you, cry, and you cry alone. Luz Esther Cortes lsabela, Puerto Rico Lucy. . . "Yes?" . . . likes English and dancing . . . plans to be a secretary. FlAg Spanish Club. To be or not to be, that is the question. Joseph Leonard Clotllier Tucson, Arizona Popgun . . . "That's tough!" . . . likes music and basketball . . . hopes to be a professional musician. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, Boys Quartet 4. My appetite comes to me while eating. Martha Ann De Roush Sikistown, Missouri Marti . . . "Oh no!" . . . likes '57 Chevy's . . . plans to he a beautician. Beta Cluh 1, 2, 3, 4. The only way to have friends is to be one. Garl Henry Daugherty Germany Carl . . . "Let's go!" . , . likes cars and money. . . aspires to be President of General Motors. Beta Clubg German Club. Practice is the best of all instructors. Gail Lee llieksun Huntington, West Virginia Lee . . . "Uh really!" , . . likes caramel apples and sleeping . . . plans to be a registered nurse. Better to regret something you did, than to have remorse for something you didn't do. Gaylord Lawrence llisbrow Erie, Pennsylvania Butch 'Later" . . . likes to eat. . . aspires to be a naval instructor. Band 1 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State Chorus 3, All-District Chorus 3, Pep Band 3, Football 4 Track 4. Look on the bright side of life, it is always the most fascinating. James Marshall Elmore Elizabethtown, Kentucky You know?" . . . likes food, sports and freedom . . . wants to be a certified public accountant. French Club 1, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3,4. A penny saved is a penny earned. Bonnie Lee Dullois Richmond, Indiana Bonnie . . . "Ratsl" . . .likes everything.. . plans to be a beauticran French Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, FHA 1, 2, KAPA 2, 3, 4. Good health and good sense are two of lite's greatest blessings Katherine Lee Ewing Princeton, New Jersey Kathy . . . "Don't know, do ya?" . . . likes good food and music . . . plans to be a cosmetologist. KAPA 1. The only way to have a friend is to be one. Catherine Ann Ferro Boston, Massachusetts Cathy . . . "No, not really" . . . likes swimming, movies, Stingrays and friendly people . . . plans to be a secretary. French Club 1, 2, Yearbook Staff 4. To have a friend is to be one. Cloria Anne Flahive Waterbury, Connecticut Gloria . . . "I heard aboutAyou!" . . . likes being with other people . . . plans to be an English teacher. Spanish Club 3, 4, JCL 1, 2, 3, Newspaper Staff 3, KAPA 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 3, Future Medical Qociety 2, 3, Soil Conservation Essay Award 3, Speech Club 3, Class Play 3, Yearbook Co- Editor 4, Beta Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1. the moving finger writes, and, having writ, moves on, Nor all thy piety nor wit shall lure it back to cancel half a line, nor all thy tears wash out a word of it. Suzanne Jean Flahive Waterbury, Connecticut Suzy.. . "Don't ask me!" . . . likes friendly people . . . plans to be a teacher. JCL 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, KAPA 1, Spanish Club 3, 4, Newspaper Stah' 3, Red Cross 3, Beta Club 1, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. The evil men do lives after them, the good is oft' interred with their bones. Patricia Kay Forbes Detroit, Michigan Pat. . . "That isn't any big thing" . . . likes people . . . plans to be a beautician. Kapa 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2. Good health and good sense are two of life's greatest blessings. Patricia Christine Fogarty Washington, D. C. Pat . . . "Where's the Sault?" . . . likes blue sweaters and English class . . . plans to enter international politics. Student Council 1, 2, 3, Talon 2, 3, Inter-Club Council 3, Radio Club 3, Russian Club 3, German-American Club 2, 3, Red Cross 2, 3, All-School Play 3, Newspaper 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4, Deb Tones 4, FTA 3, 4, Winterburg Conference 3, GAA 2, 3, National Thespian Society 3, Chorus 4, Latin Club 2, 3. The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that weare loved. Pamela Joanne Frost San lose, California Pam . . . "Well, as Sid would say . . . " . . . likes to dance and sing . . . plans to bea pro- fessional ballet orjazz dancer. Pep Club 35 French Club 2, 35 Cotillion Club 35 National Honor Society 35 Choraliers and Deb Tones 45 Yearbook Staff 45 KAPA 4. There is a past which is gone forever5 but there is a future which is still our own. Michael Patrick Frazier Paris, France Mike . . . "Without haste, but without rest" . . . likes his neighbor. . . wants to be a theo- retical mathematician, Philosophical Society 1, 25 Literary Magazine Editor 35 Newspaper 35 Debate, 45 Yearbook Statt 45 French Club 4. I hate quotations5 tell me what you are. Daniel Garcia, Jr. Saba Grande, Puerto Rico Danny. . . "Smile" . . . likes girls, spoits, and books on psychology . . . plans to be a teacher of psychology. Spanish Club 1, 4g German Club 25 Chess Club 4. Laugh and the world laughs with you. Victoria Lee Gibson Caney, Kansas Vicky.. . "You're crazy!" . . . likes Missouri boys. . . plans to be a beautician. Open rebuke is betterthan secret love. Samuel Raymond Graves Covina, California Sam . . . "That's out ot the question!" . . . likes football, skiing, baseball and opera . . .de- sires to be a singer, an actor, or a lawyer. Class Play 1, 3, Class President 1, Drama Club 1,3, Choir 3, Boys Quartet and Octet 4. Earth changes, but the soul and God stand sure. Nancy Louise Gilliard Charleston, South Carolina Nancy . . . "lt's no big thing!" . . . likes peppermint candy and sharp cars . . . would like to be an airline hostess. Math Club 1, Library Club 2, Drama Club 2, Pep Club 3, KAPA 4, Yearbook Stah' 4. We are born to be happy. Edward James Hackett Winchester, Kentucky Ed. . . "Bates, pick up my stuff!" . . . likes a summer day on the golf course . . . wants to be a Navy officer. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 2, Lettermens Club 2, 3, 4. They conquer who think they can. Jeanette Pauline Guman Norristown, Pennsylvania Janet. . . "Come on" . . . likes pizza pie and truthful people . . . desires to be a nurse. KAPA 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Future Medical Society 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, KAPA Trophy 3. Never has a man stood so tall as when he stooped to help a little child. Helen Elizabeth Haggerty Regensberg, Germany Helen. .."GollyMoses!".. . likes swimming and tennis . . . wants to be a social worker. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, KAPA 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, Chorus. Love Conquers all things. Tommie Hanks Alexandria, Louisana Rabbit. . . "Forgetit!" . . . likes singing and socializing . . . wishes to be a physician. Chorus, Lettermens Club, Basketball, Glee Club, Track. Oh, give us the man that sings at his work. Cheryl Marlene High Uniontown, Pennsylvania Cheryl . . . "You and me both!" . . . likes good food and sharp cars . . . would like to be a private secretary. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. lulia Anne Hood Griffin, Georgia Pug. . . "All's well that ends will" . . . likes to drive . . . wants to be a beautician. GAA 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, German-American Club 1, FHA 2, KAPA 4. The only way to have a friend is to he one. Melvin Andrew Hulse Southampton, New York Marilynn Anita Hullgins St. Helens, Lancashire, England Fudgins . . . "Shucks!" . . . likes marching and dancing . . . wants to be a secretary or model. KAPA 1, 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 4, All-District Band 2, 3, 4, All- State Band 2, Yearbook Stah' 4, Home Economics Medal 3, Homecoming Queen 4. A loving heart is the beginning of all knowledge. Melvin . . . "You're kidding!" . . . likes a sixty-minute pep assembly. . . plans an army career. Chess Club 2, Photo Club 2, Soccer 2, Football Manager 4, Science Enrichment Club 4. I shall work harder. Suzanne Humphrey Glasgow, Kentucky Sue.. . "Funniest thing!" . , . likes marching and dancing . . . hopes to be ateacher or nurse JCL 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Band 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, KAPA 4, Student Council 4, Major- ette 4, Yearbook Staff 4. For we that live to please must please to live. Christopher Edward Hutchinson Washington, D. C. Chris . . . "m-m-m-m" . . . likes girls. . . wants to be a professional baseball player. Baseball, Basketball. Eat, drink, and be merry. Daniel Lee Kelly Louisville, Kentucky Dan . . . "Yes" . . . likes diplomas . . . hopes to major in business administration. He looks harmless, but so does dynamite. Harold Robert Irwin Savannah, Georgia Do . . . "Hi ya, what's happening?" . . . likes good food and baseball . . . would like to be an industrial arts teacher. Basketball 1, 2, German Club 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermens Club 1, 2, 3, 4. It is a rough road that leads to heights ot greatness. Holly Ann King Tampa, Florida Holly . . . "Rots of Ruck" . . . likes California and long tight-sleeved blouses . . . would like to be an IBM operator. FHA 15 Junior High Yearbook Editor 15 GAA 25 KAPA 3, Vice-President 45 Beta Club 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Homecoming Court 4. A good -laugh is sunshine in a house. Joann Kensler Pendleton, Oregon Jo . . . "You know" . . . likes to read. . . plans to be a private secretary. Newspaper Staff 35 Yearbook Staff 3, 45 KAPA 15 Chorus 45 Class Play 3. A smile is a whisper of a laugh. Ronald Allen Kirby Fort Knox, Kentucky Ronnie. . . "Hi" . . . likes almost everything . . . wants to be a photographer. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 35 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 German Club 35 Track 4. lfl laugh at any mortal thing, 'tis that I may not weep. Regina Victoria Klimek Somerset, Pennsylvania Jeannie . . . "Ahh, you're kidding!" . . . likes people and my Senior year. . . desires to be a HUFSS. KAPA 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club Treasurer 1, Future Medical Society 2, 3, 4, JCL Secretary 3, Class Play 3, Forensic League 3, 4, Newspaper Stair 3, Yearbook Staff 4. What man can say which is the best, the dream of the heart or the dream possessed. Joseph Anthony Clarence Kopacz Cleveland, Ohio Joe... "Go on ahead!" . . . likes athletics... plans to be an engineer. Football 1, 3, 4, Lettermens Club 3, 4, German Club 3. lt matters not what you are thought to be, but what you are. Gregory Shepherd Knepp Frederick, Maryland Greg. . . "Well, uh" . . . likes cars and food . . . wants to be a commercial artist Color Guard 4. Essence is reality. Frank Ledford, Jr. New Bedford, Massachusetts Jeffrey Peter Krull Trenton, New Jersey Jeff. . . "Yeah, sure" . . . likes good food and swimming. . . wants to be an army officer. Science Club 1, 2, Chess Club 3, President 4, Beta Club 3, 4, German Club 3, 4. You can never judge a book by its cover. Frank . . . "What's your problem?" . . . likes motor scooters and eating . . . plans to be an army officer. Stamp Club Treasurer 2, Color Guard 2, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, All-District band 3, Pap Band 4, German Club 3. Life is music. Victor Eugene Leon Bronx, New York Vic . . . "He's a cool guy!" . . . likes dancing and singing . . . aspires to be an entertainer. Student Council 1, 2, Talent Show 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Junior-Senior Plays 3, 4, Lettermens Club 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dormitory Council 2, Vice-President 3, Newspaper Staff 4, Pep Club 3. One does not know - cannot know - the best that is in one. Rose Mary Constance Leone Chicago, Illinois Rosie . . . "How 'bout that!" . . . likes dogs and cars . . . wants to be an airline stewardess. GAA 1, German Club 1, 4, KAPA 3, 4. This world is full ot willing people, some willing to work, others willing to let them. Louis Gregg Long Oberlin, Ohio Louie . . . "What's happening?" . . . likes psychology and sports . . . hopes to be a social worker. German Club 2, Track 2, JCL 3, Science Enrichment 4. lf you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. t. Bessie Ellen Lewis Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Ronnie . . . "Thats life!" . . . likes music and dancing . . . would like to be a beautician or pharmacist. Girls Chorus, All-State Chorus, KAPA, German Club, French Club, Yearbook Staff, Newspaper Club, Deb-Tones, Y-Teens, Spanish Club. This above all, to thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. Lance Fernando Lussier Brooklyn, New York Lance . . . "Now what do I have for homework - nothing!" . . . likes chess and swimming . .. plans to be a criminologist. No man is an island unto himself Nancy .lean Love Watertown, New York Nan... "You know" . . . likes guitar music and alt. . . would like to be a secretary. Girls Sports 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Pep Club 25 Drama Club 2, Art Club 2. Be patient in life and you will be happy. David Barnes McElheney Macon, Georgia Mac . . . "What's wrong with you?" . . . likes cars, all spoits, and dancing. . . wants to be an air force pilot. Football 2, 3, Track 3, Spanish Club 35 Red Cross 3. Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow you may die. Sue Ellen McMains Dallas, Texas Suzie . . . "I suppose so" . . . enjoys Texas and the color green . . . ambition is to be a physical therapist. Pep Club 1, 3, 4, Newspaper Stah' 1, Red Cross 2, French Club 3, President 4, Class Play 3, Chorus 3, Yearbook Staff 4. Life is the art of drawing without an eraser. Mary Susan Marks Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Sue . . . "Wait a minute" . . . likes sincere people . . . plans to be an airline stewardess. Class Secretary 1, Class Play 2, KAPA 4, Library Club 1, 2, Treasurer 4, JCL 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Stall 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Yeafbook Staff 4. One measure of friendship consists not in the number of things friends can discuss, but in the number of things they need no longer mention. I X Patricia Sue Martin Indianapolis, Indiana Pat.. . "Great soot!" , , . likes the arts , , ,would like to be an actress and a writer. Speech 3, Masque and Gavel 3, Girls Chorus 3, 4, Class Play 3, French Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, KAPA 3, Newspaper Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. Man is the mirror of his own success. Carm . . . "Oh, really!" Pep Squad 25 German Staff 4. Know thyself. Angel Manuel Martinez Mahati, Puerto Rico Marty . . . "Hello there again!" . . . likes the New York Yankees and the late John F. Kenne- dy. . . wants to be a mathematician. Baseball 3, 45 Class Play 35 Yearbook Staff 4. lt's better to have won and lost than never to have lost at all. Carmelita Mary Mason Fort Campbell, Kentucky . . . likes swimming and basketball . . .plans to be a registered nurse. Club 35 Future Nurses ot America 3, 45 FFA 45 KAPA 3, 45 Yearbook Allen llry Maurer Fort George Wright, Washington Al . . . "Where's my camera?" . . . likes photography. . . plans to be an optometrist. Band 15 Science Club President 15 Radio Club lp Rocket Club 25 Red Cross 2, President 3, 4 French Club 3, 45 Color Guard 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Chorus 45 Future Medical Society 4 In youth are bred the habits ot man. Carl Jackson Mays Detroit, Michigan Carl . . . "Let's make it!" . . . likes a tour-day weekend . . . wants to be a sixth-grade teacher. Golf 2, 3, 4, Lettermens Club 3, 4. Eat, drink, and be merry fortomorrow there is school. Alex Antonio Morales Aguadilla, Puerto Rico Moe.. . "Too too bad!" . . . likes to dance . . . wants to be an engineer or dentist. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Baseball 4, German Club 1. l came, l saw, l conquered. Walter Henry Miescher Portland, Oregon Terry.. . "lt's a way of lite!" . . . likes photography. , . desires to be an anthropologist. Basketball 1, 2, Football 2, 3, Track 2, German-American Club President 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3, Student Council Vice-President 3, Radio Club 3, Band 4. Look before you leap. Roy Hans Moss Emden, Germany Roy. . . "Nothing" . . . likes Chaucer. . . would like to be an Air Force officer. Chess Club. Qui docet discet. Janice Louise Moss Tuscaloosa, Alabama Mouse . . . "I don't know" . . . likes pizza and spirited people . . . plans to be a secretary. KAPA 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Chorus 2, 3, Homecoming Court 4, Class Favorite 4. No man is an island. Roger Allen Mullins Pikeville, Kentucky Big Man . . . "Aw, now come on!" . . . likes loafing and baseball . . . desires to be the manager of Coca Cola, Inc. Newspaper Staff 4. Do well your part, there all the honor lies. George Ken Norrie Albany, Georgia Double Ace . . . "Well, isn't that a shame!" . . . likes egotists . . service field. Baseball 2, 35 Soccer 2, 35 Honor Society 2, 35 Debate 4. One must choose only non-controversial quotes for yearbooks. Judy Victoria 0'Hair Livingston, Montana Judy . . . "Darn it!" . . . enjoys football . . . plans to be a teacher. Class Treasurer 15 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 15 Yearbook Staff 45 Homecoming Court 45 All-District Band 4. Afriendly smile will win you a million friends. . wants to be in foreign Dennis Craig 0'Brien Waterbury, Connecticut Obie . . . "Whaddya say?" . . . likes ping pong and cha cha music . . . would like to become a doctor. JCL 15 Basketball 25 Class Treasurer 25 Golf 2, 3, 45 Lettermens Club 2, 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 4. There is a tide in the affairs of men, which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. German Club Il, 35 FTA 45 Glenn Stephen 0'Nan Henderson, Kentucky Puggy Pachyderm . . . "Don't do today what you can put off till tomorrow" . . . likes football and swimming. . . intends to become an electrical engineer or a mathematician. Radio Club 15 Chess Club 15 Football 2, Manager 45 German Club 3, 45 Science Enrich- ment 35 Beta Club 3, 45 Class Vice-President 45 Concessions 4. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. Rodney Fred Page Pueblo, Colorado Shredrii . , . "Oh, yeah?" . . . likes folk music and holidays . . . interested in foreign service. Drama Club 15 Newspaper Staff 2, 35 Boys State 3g Co-editor Belles-Lettres 35 National Forensic League President 3, 45 Debate Team 3, 45 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 1, 3, 45 National Merit Semi-finalist 45 Yearbook Staff 4. Be a phiioscpher5 but, amidst all your philosophy, be still a man. Gloria Jean Pannell Memphis, Tennessee Gloria . . . "My mother had twins!" . . . likes congenial people. . . wants to be a homemaker. Junior Red Cross 35 KAPA 3. Oh, what tangled webs we weave when first we practice to deceive. Susan Lynn Parker Englewood, New Jersey Susie . . . "How 'bout that!" . . . likes roses and playing the piano . . . intends to be a private secretary. German Club 1, Treasurer 2, KAPA 2, 3, Kentucky Girls State 3, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, Natural Science Medal 3, Beta Club 1, 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4. This moment, too, is part of eternity. George Thomas Pitts Washington, D. C. Casey . . . "Hurry up!" . . . likes to swim . . . plans to be a navy officer. Basketball 2, Yearbook Statt 4, Color Guard 4. Better late than never. Mary Alice Phillips Orlando, Florida Map. . . "Well, all right!" . . . likes friendly people . . . plans to be a model. Band 1, Glee Club 1, Y-Teen 1, Majorette 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, KAPA 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2,3 Art Club 1, Choraliers 3, Deb Tones 4, Yearbook Staff 4. True friendship is like sound health, the value otitis seldom known until it be lost. Janette Marie Raulersnn Wichita, Kansas Squeaky... "Yes?" . . . likes the movies and popcorn . . . would like to be a teacher. FlA 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, KAPA 4, Yearbook Staff 4. An aim in life is the only fortune worth finding. Christopher Anthony Racz Allentown, Pennsylvania Chris . . . "Get lost!" . . . likes pizza . . . plans to be an electronics technician. Class Play 2. Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid ot their country. Jacqueline Elise Rayfurd Northfork, Virginia Jackie. . . "Mercy!" . . . likes music and grapes . . . wants to be a nurse. German Club 1, GAA 1, 2, Class Treasurer 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, Student Council 3, Red Cross 3, Girls Chorus 4, Class Secretary 3. Silence is golden. Jane Helen Reed Washington, D. C. laney . . . "Nyaah" . . . likes people, fun and sleep . . . wants to be a teacher or medical technician. Class Treasurer 2, GAA 2, French Club President 3, Girls State 3, Cheerleader 1, 2, 4, FlA 4, National Merit Semifinalist 4, National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Stah' 4. Know thyself. Mary Anne Roberts Fort Knox, Kentucky Banana . . . "Hi! How you?" . . . enjoys cheerleading, Fort Knox, and ballgames . . . would like to be a translator or a teacher. Class Secretary 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, KAPA 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer, leader 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 4, FFA 3, 4, Spanish Club Medal 3, Girls State 3, All-District Band 4. The only way to have a friend is to be one. Franco Paul Reever Rome, Italy Franco . . . "Have you been in Italy?" , . . likes pizza and Italian foods . . . wants to be a history teacher. Band 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, FlA 3, President 4, Chorus 1, 4, Library Club 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Class Play 3. Nothing is accomplished without great enthusiasm. Larry Gene Rockwell Chambersbury, Pennsylvania Larry... "Go climb a tree!" . . . likes good food . . . intends to become a pilot. Be silent and safe, silence never betrays you. Ronald Dean Roberts Wadesboro, North Carolina Ronnie . . . "Hey, man, be sensible!" . . . likes sports . . . plans to be an aeronautical en gineer. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, German-American Club 1, Chess Club 1, Basketball 2,3 Track 2, Great Books Club 2, 3. Give me a place to stand, and I will move the world. Aida Celeste Rodriquez Coamo, Puerto Rico Pancha . . . "Really!" . . . enjoys swimming, sewing, and cooking . . . wants to become a beautician. German Club 1, Chorus 1, KAPA 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club Secretary 2, 3, 4, Swimming Team 4. The only way to have a friend is to be one. Jeffrey Carter Rogers Palo Alto, California Jeff . . . "Cool it!" . . . likes good music and congenial people . . . wants lo be an army officer. Red Cross 19 Pep Band 2. Such is life. Patricia Ann Schaefer Columbia, South Carolina Pat... "Gee whiz!" . . . likes sports . . . plans to be a secretary. Junior Lassies 3g KAPA 49 Yearbook Staff 4g Choraliers 4. Knowledge is power. Jeffrey Clinton Rogers El Paso, Texas Jeff . . . "Errare humanum est" . . . likes music and Martin Denny . . . desires to be a writer or musician. JCL 25 Spanish Club 3, Class Play 35 Newspaper Staff 3, Editor 4. Believe that you have it, and you have it. "I it James Bequette Scott Bethlehem, Pennsylvania lim . . . "What's up?" . . . likes golf and basketball . . . hopes to be a civil engineer. Chess Club 2. Speech is great, but silence is greater. Eileen Marie Clarice Schall Madison, Illinois Cookie . . . "Really?" . . . likes books, records, and interesting people . . . wants to be a nurse. German Club 1, 2, KAPA 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Medical Society 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. ln quietness and confidence shall be your strength. Edward Patrick Shanahan Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Eddie . . . "Quiet everybody!" . . . likes tood and basketball . . . would like to be a lawyer or ateacher. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-District Basketball 3, Sportsmanship Award 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, President 4, German Club 1. He who can suppress a moment of anger may prevent a day of sorrow. John Edward Shockey Fort Knox, Kentucky John . . . "I love you too" . . . likes food and blue . . . would like to be a scientist. Basketball 3, German-American Club 3, Foreign Language Association 3. I would rather be a beggar and spend my money like a king, then be a king anll spend my money like a beggar. Elizabeth May Simmerman Fort Knox, Kentucky Betty . . . "Oh heck!" . . . likes books and music . . . would like to be a professional musician. GAA 1, 2, FTA 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, KAPA 4, Yearbook Staff 4. The best things in life are free. Donna Lee Shreve Norfolk, Virginia Lightning . . . "I don't believe you said that!" . . . likes to see people happy. . . intends to be a nurse. KAPA 1, President 2, Secretary 4, KAPA Award 1, JCL 1, 2, Secretary 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Future Medical Society 2, 4, Beta Club 2, 4, Chorus 2, FTA 4, Red Cross 2, Treasurer 4, Yearbook Stalt 4. Yesterday has slipped away, God has tomorrow, only today is ours. Kathleen Theresa Sittnick Providence, Rhode Island Kathy . . . "How 'bout that!" . . . likes skiing and bowling. . . wants to be a doctor. German-American Club 1, 25 Pep Club 1, 25 Science Club 1, 25 Audio-Visual Club 1, 25 Photography Club 25 Latin Club 3, 45 Science Enrichment Club 45 KAPA 4. Silence is golden. Chester Michael Simmons San Luis Obispo, California Chet. . . "Oh, yeah!" . . . likes girls and jeeps . . . would like to be a rancher. Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Swimming Team5 Rocket Society5 Class Play 3. Look not too high, lest a chip fall in your eye. William Alfred Sloan Hammonton, New Jersey Bill . . . "Wow!" . . . likes baseball and girls . . . plans to have a military career. Track 1, 2, 35 Soccer 1, 2, 35 Basketball 35 Wrestling 2, 35 Newspaper Staff 35 French Club 45 Yearbook Staff 4. Work fascinates me - I can sit and look at it all day. Gillian Pauline Smith Cincinnati, Ohio Gill . . . "Very good!" . . . likes books and food . . . plans to be a secretary. KAPA 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Swimming Team 2, Cheerleader 3, Red Cross 2, 3, Lettermens Club 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. A merry heart doeth good like medicine. Virginia Dorothy Strickland Salem, Massachusetts Ginny. . . "Well?" . . . likes sports . . . expects to enterthe business world. KAPA, Girls Chorus. Always be happy and you will succeed. Glenna Gail Steele Owingsville, Kentucky Gail . . . "I don't know!" . . . likes reading and horses. . . plans to be a teacher. KAPA 1, 2, 3, JCL 1, Spanish Club 2, Red Cross 3, Chorus 3, Future Medical Society 3, 4 Speech and Debate 4, Yearbook Staff 4. Praise makes good men better and bad men worse. 'WW Gharles Fredrick Thomas Milwaukee, Wisconsin Tom . . . "What's new?" . . . likes Saturday afternoons . . . expects to have a military career. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Basketball 1, Z, 3, Yearbook Staff 4. Weak men believe in luck, strong men believe in cause and effect. ,,.l Greg Swain Salt Lake City, Utah Greg. . . "We live and learn" . . . enjoys traveling . . . plans to be an engineer. Basketball 2, 3, JCL 4. The secret of life is not to do what you like, but to like what you do. Stephen Kay Thorp Austin, Texas Steve.. . "Woe, yea!" . . . likes chess and swimming . . . hopes to be a dentist Swimming Team 3, Color Guard 4. I think the necessity of being ready increases - look to it. Maria Uva Naples, ltaly Maria . . . likes poetry and dreams . . . wants to be a Spanish teacher. French Club President 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, KAPA 4, FTA 4. They who go feel not the pain of parting, it is they who stay behind that sulter. Robert Ray Van Corhach Morehead, Kentucky Blondie . . . "Ah so Tungl" . . . likes swimming, diving, and HIT . . . hopes to have an army C3l'8ET. Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, Vice-President 2, Student Council 1, Secretary 2, Treasurer 4, 3, German Club 4, Vice-President 2, Newspaper Staff 3, Lettermens Club 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4, Track Team 2, Class Play 3, All-State Chorus 3, All-District Chorus 3, Class Favorite 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. Never has a man stood so tall as when he stooped to help a little child. Patricia Lea Van Buskirk Gunnison, Utah Patsy . . . "I have a question!" . . . likes clothes and people . . . would like to be an English teacher. KAPA 1, 2, Historian 3, President 4, Beta Club 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 1, 2, FTA 3, Vice- President 4, Chorus 3. Friendship is the gift ofthe gods, and the most precious boon to man. Jorge Miguel Vargas Mayaquez, Puerto Rico Mickey . . . "Check my man, Goofy!" . . . likes a round ball . . . aspires to be a professional baseball player. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Sportsmanship Award 2, All-District Basketball 3. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. lean Carolyn Vargu Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina Jeannie . . . "That's no big thing!" . . . likes clothes and cars . . . would like to be a beau- tician. FHA 1, KAPA 4, Future Medical Society 4. Have no sadness in your heart, but hope for the happiness of tomorrow. llnnald George Verhncy Buffalo, New York Don . . . "Hold it!" . . . likes people who help wash his car. . . plans to be a marine biologist. Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. A penny saved is a penny earned. Janice Arlene Watts Wilmington, Delaware Bunny . . . "Thats spastic!" . . . enjoys books, carrots, and yellow ribbons . . . aspires to be a Statistician. French Club 1, Chorus 4, KAPA 4, Yearbook Staff 4. From anxious fears of the future, l'll guard well the cheerful, happy now. l l John Yeargin Whitley Nashville, Tennessee John . . . "Hil" . . . likes swimming and good music . . . aspires to be an obstetrician. Library Club 1, Color Guard Captain 3, 4, Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, President 4, Yearbook Co-Editor 4, Class Play 3, German Club 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 1, 2, Lettermens Club 2, 3, 4. Spectamur agendo. Thomas Wray Wedding Bremen, Germany California . . . "Hi!" . . . likes sports and people . . . wants to be a lawyer Be sure you're right, then go ahead. Larry Edward Woody San Benito, Texas Larry . . . "I don't know!" . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . plans to be a business executive Art Club 1, Student Council 2, Basketball 2, Track 2. The reward for a job well done is to have done it. Sally Ann Wozniak Johnstown, Pennsylvania Little Bit . . . "That's beside the point!!" . . . likes chocolate cake and thunderbirds would like to be an army nurse. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Future Medical Society 3, 4, KAPA 3, 4, Red Cross, 3, Secretary 4, Beta Club 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Chorus 4. To err is human, to forgive, divine. Robert Allen Young Turlock, California Bob . . . "Time out!" . . . likes football hopes to be a petroleum engineer. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Lettermens Club 3, 4. Speech is great, silence is greater. Jimmie Ray Youngblood Dothan, Alabama Jim . . . "Do you mind?" . . . likes to read good books . . .wants to be an air force pilot. Football 1, Basketball 1, Track 1, Chorus 2. ln quietness and confidence shall be your strength. Joseph Robert Zedalis Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania Zeke . . . "Aw, come on" . . . likes all sports and pizza . . . hopes to be a professional base- ball player. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Lette'mens Club 3. 4. A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. Bernard John Zebrowski Orlando, Florida Bernie . . . "Get seriousl" . . . likes football and basketball . . . plans to be a priest. Chorus 2, Football 1, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, All-District Chorus 3, All-State Chorus 3, Boys Quartet 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. lt takes a team effort to win. Best Looking Best Dressed lttli RhtVChh VVHUest Patricia Van Buskirk Franco Reever FHendHest Janice Moss Robert Van Gorhach Nlost Likely To Succeed lane Reed Rodney Page IVIost Dependable Susan Parker John Whitley V fO5f7 X X if Blue spine! black onyx or ruby? 4 2 How does it feel to drench yourself an luxury? Y' 1,,: 1 'I' is i ri' "" Do you have that tired, run down feeling? What do you mean we re S2000 short!! "Smile, you're on Candid Camera!" Seniors cast their votes for Varsity Cheer- leaders. "Our group had 292 fewer cavities." "Happiness is graduating." "She's got a giant in her washerl? 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Nancy Clark Patricia Conley Janet Conway Yolanda Crawford Mary Crimmins Michael Curtin Scott Dague Evelin Dellaghelfa Sharon DeWitt Pennie Dorman Cora Drake Michael DuBois Joseph Butry Marvin Caldwell Moira Carlson Caryl Carpenter Hector Carrion Dana Chandler Robert Chaplin Donald Choy Jack Gamel Luis Garcia Dee Dee Glikes Richard Glikes Judy Goodrich Wanda Graham William Graves Phyllis Gray Earlene Dunham Susan Dunn Joann Edenfield Aubrey Edwards Ricky Elmore Derald Emory Thomas Farrington Linda Fisher Donald Fleck Michelle Fogarty Nathan Freeman Shirley Frost Ronald Harding Laura Harris Linda Harris Joyce Hatfield Johnny Hayes Faye Head Ralph Heath Robert Heisel Daniel Henderson Jesse Herring Tom Hicks Samuel Highsmith Nancy Greenough John Griffeth Kenneth Grinstead Paul Grinstead Joan Hack Susan Hackett William Haggerty Irene Hanks Lydia Kate Andrea Kelly Jimmy Kilgore Joanne Killian Linda Kirchoff Susan Kovacich Jacque Krause Clarence Lampkins Oran Holbert Robert Holley Jason Houk Mary Huff Martin Hugg Ronald Hunter Susan Illston Martha Jacobs Sarah Jankowicz Martin Jenkins Jo Kace Susan Kaske I Marlene Liles Maria Lopez Suzanne Lyman Patricia McConnell Sharon McConnell Thomas McDowell Bonnie McEIheney Alice McMurray Charles Maddox John Maicus Carrol Mallory Danny Maninger Vicki Lauderdale Suzanne Lavallee Connie Lawson David Lawson Les LeClair Ann Lemire Diana Leone Thomas LeVasseur Sheila Nelson Mary Noel Barry Nolde John 0'Nan Richard Page Pamela Parolari Donna Pearsall Sharon Perry .f ,,.. 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Sonnia Sanchez Betty Sansone Christopher Santiago Elick Saunders Renee Saunders Diana Saylor Linda Scott Richard Sears Rex Sellers Eric Sevdy Joseph Springer Sharon Stacey William Stack Garry Starr Robert Stewart Gary Stokes Leslie Strain Phyllis Stroisch Alma Supulvala Marsha Swain Kenneth Takemoto Nicholas Tedder w e fr we ' if iff- T "'ffr,-HerA-Ierwferf . X. , W, .,,..,,,, WH.. . ..,,, , gr, Z, , 2 ' ira,g,:1fQ?"zi5,gw,3w ffmswfsitrvieifrwsti a,,7,f3w,. rs, , ,zgix , 51,333 fig fran, - 1 - ,fgmzimiwzsizire ,yy . at ,. ,yetwm 4 ,. it P3 N A 3? a r W 5 7- 1 "ff-- my ,F T tfr+'?giJf'f ig:,':ibwf+ iey, A i Q vm, - f fefzw, .f,.-,, , X., , y,,. V, 1122" ,', " V 1' ex 'A ,,f i 5 Gene Smith Janet Smith Mary Smith Ralph Smith Wanda Sizemore Nicholas Soto Howard Spencer Mike Spires H" ,- Mara Umpierre Constance Upchurch Andrea Vaughn Craig Verwys Betty Voss Phillip Ward Deborah Webb Jack Wedding Jo Ann Teiese Delphia Thomas Patricia Thomas Samuel Thomas Suzanne Thomas Mary Tomlinson Terry Trimmer Ann Tucker Thomas Tucker Howard Tumlin Anna Turner Patsy Turner il? d ' x':4 ei 9',.', W? 2? K W ESS ees ii':57ffJ-ixifi, 'f?Eiffi?asEf If YY37 : fame fgfwf swQ5S'?we,Q'YM,'1sM. ' aw me , 'fs,1wzS-'us :fg 1?ge"52z 'fgplfiy A i l M N kgsik Neg 5, S' gg gfsmtaiff' .RMSSNEQ x 3g,elg3 . .' - owing- f3'?fQG' ' ffieswuesisre ,X is h:s51w,f4W. ,wmm.g,,Tfgge -r wiife,iss,egf we we-,sw sg wx- ..,,l ivgiegg . A - ,ef.. .e -in-,5'.Q,fPrff"f ' K he A I , K syi?ilg::Nf: ' 1.25 f msgs Ka 3 Q es wi 35' Y Q, is if Q.. 3 Q B K, 'S fx 11 Y glow in N, is ew sl' Hellen Youngblood Michael Zempter 00 Sophomore Class Sponso's Robert Welsh Loretta White Bruce Wilson Vickie Wilson Deborah Winstead Craig Witherow Lilli Wolfer James Yoder ST Mrs. Brown, Mr. Phair, Mrs. McDonald, Miss Morgan. STAND- ING: Miss Smith, Mr. Nayle. Scott Junior High Faculty SEATED: Miss Susan Davis, Mrs. Elizabeth Claggett, Miss loyce Taylor, Mrs. Mary Mr. W. L. Reed, Mr. Roben Hoggard, Mr. Robert Brown, Mr. Kent Richards, Mr. Willard Helen Subotky, Mrs. Frieda Cox, Mrs. Ruth Bender, and Mrs. Diane Steffer. STANDING: Clark, Mr. Barney Cox, and Mr. Charles Howard. Walker lunior High Faculty and Stall FIRST ROW: Mr. Iosenh Antle, Mr. William Waller, Mrs. Frances Barnes, Mr. Harold Martin Mrs. Mar Lou Gilbert and Mr Kenneth Ra .SECOND ROW. Mrs Helina Buckles , Y , - Il ' - , Mr. lohn Sweatt, Mr. Daniel Risley, Mrs. Clairene Waller, Miss Sylvia Norris, and Mrs. Elizabeth Majors. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Essie Hicks, Mrs. Zola Staggs, Mr. lim Salyer, Mr. Robert Minton, Mrs. Alma Lowry, and Mr. Vernon Amos. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Eddie Kirk, Mr. Harold Pasley, Miss Mary Jane Sledge, Mr. Jacob Spork, Mr. Swigerfr Hocken- smith, Mr. Seth Farley, and Mr. Marvin Crenshaw. NOT PICTURED: Mr. Ronnie Meyers and Mr. William Miller. 101 High School Ninth Grade Walker Ninth Grade Seofr Eighth Grade Walker Eighth Grade S0011 Seventh Grade Walker Seventh Grade LSEPIWWW f ' 1 f if Q yn 1 -, . . K ,Ax 1 . , I Valedictorian JANE HELEN REED Salutatoian MARY ANNE ROBERTS National Nle'it Award Winners Jane-Reed and Rodney Page are presented their Semifinalist ratings by Mr. R. H. Downing, Principal. On March 10, National Merit Finalists were announced. Both lane and Rodney achieved finalist ratings. Mr. Downing congratulates Ken Norrie, Gloria Flahive, and Janice Watts upon their receiving National Merit Scholarship Letters of Commendation. 08 High School Radio Bow Team SEATED: Jim Scott, Mary Roberts, Jane Reed, Ken Norrie. STANDING: Mike Frazier, Rodney Page. Boys' State Representatives Girls' State Representatives Mary Roberts, Susie Parker, Jane Reed. Rodney Homecoming Queen MISS MARILYNN ANITA HUDGINS X H 0 m e c o m Miss Holly Ann King I Miss Janice Louise Moss 1 H 8 C 0 u r t Miss Judy Victoria 0'liair Miss lane Helen Reed 111 IVIr. and Vliss Eagle Ed d Patrick Shanahan and Janice Louise Moss. Eagle Mary Anne Roberts Robert Wa ter Beeler William Robert Bowman Suzanne Humphrey Court Susan Lynn Parker muel Raymond Graves, Ill Marilynn Anita Hudgins Robert Allen Young YOUTH SPEAKS REPRESENTATIVES AND OFFICERS: Second Vice-President, Mike Frazier, First Vice-President, lim French: Treasurer, Rex Ann Allen: Richard Glikes: President, Rodney Page: Secretary, Gloria Flahrve. ALL-STATE CHORUS-FIRST ROW: Irene Hanks, Leslie Strain, Ann Lyman. SECOND ROW: Warren Rodney Page attends the Summer International Relations Institute. Withrow, Russell Hendrix, CNHTISS CHHHCG, Bernard Z9l1f0WSki- 114 All-District Band 1963 SEATED: Susan McLanachan, Marilyn Hudgins, Lynn Irwin, Sue Illston, Mary Roberts. STANDING: John Benton, Ken Fisdhgrw-Charles Chance, Frank Ledford, Frank Hudgins, e isis. All-State Band Mr. Johns, Band Director, Sue Illston, Lynn Irwin, Susan McLanachan, John Benton. All-District Band 1964 SEATED: Lynn Irwin, Frank Hudgins, Suzanne Humphrey Sue Illston. STANDING: Ted Zislis, Jeff Rogers, Eva Griffeth Charles Chance, John Benton, Ken Fisher. 115 General Event Thomas, Jr., Commanding General, US Army Training Center, congratulates Michael Frazier upon placing third in the Civil Service Essay Contest. 1 16 Ted Zislis goes to the National Science Fair. Jane Reed wins the Bausch and Lomb Award. ? Betty Simmerman and Frank Hudgins are winners in the Hardin County Forest Essay Contest. S P 0 R T S On the Sports Scene . . . 1963-64 me Football Mr. Roberts congratulates Co-captains Ed Hackett and Bob Beeler. Assistant Coaches - Don Chapman and Paul Jones. fam , , e FIRST ROW: John Kopacz, John D'Nan, Frank Hudgins, Don Murray, Bob Young, Paul Cowart, Roy Yarbrough, Joe Kopacz. THIRD RDW: Bob Beeler, Ed Hackett, Paul Posey, Gleason, Hector Carrion, Don Conner. SECOND ROW: Jesse Castillo, Steve Hale, loe Ray, Bob Conley, Warren Brooks, Charles Thomas, Ted Hednck, -Romeo Crennel, Dick Schall, Tom Shreve, Don Keirsey, Dennis 0'Brien, Lee Hassler, Ralph Dunn, Norbert Steve Tester, Ed Tilson. 118 HACKETT AND COMPANY SENIOR LETFERMEN--FIRST ROW: Jesse Castillo, Bob Young, Joe Kopacz. SECOND ROW: Charles Thomas, Ed Hackett, Dennis 0'Brien, Bob Beeler. Ed Hackett All-Conference Team Norbert Cowart End 168 All-State Team Halfhack 155 - '62, '63 Sr. Sportsmanship Award K- '62, '63 lr. K '63 lr John 0'Nan Guard 155 K - '63 Soph. Fort Knox Eagles return to field for second half of game z a E .. lg 1, rf Joe Kopacz Charles Thomas Haltback 150 End 165 "' if ' ' Q 'mm,,,,,,... ' ' Y . T"".i v-V,f,r ,..t . e ' T -::Q. ,ggi .5721 i3:7g1 ,fJf , ,,. ' f' v f r i T xi . f"7'7"'5Q7'f, z ,' QQ - azr, er'e ' .5 " E: 33'51"iQ1f-'55Z'!fI 5 r M N,,,, ,,., , ,, f ' V 1. 5 -.Vv -W. Q , ,--,. . , 'T6:4" ' . , .1 f -- Y ? 'f f. ff' f ' . + - V- 5-'rv 1' -:T 1 53 ffffv 2 'iv V- yay afl- ' ',,-' Wr??5 mwww,1ri T 'S rlh ' ff "'. 1 ir , R 1 ls: " we , iff KW? ,ff"L Q t ' , .5 2 ' X ' 5 K ,,t. e,,' 23 i ' 'B 'far A ff.,,, H " r T 1, - s few E ' - . 'VA' I V ' 2 F 'TEES 3 K if 2 E' V' H 13533. 5 5 gi, S .,, ,,,.,, ., .,., ,., , , ' -,,:,4..f,f . .. 1 V ay? fl, 1 ' 1 1 1 1 lr -1 rf' 5 l l T . 2 , Q Z ff .l, T 1 3,1 r ire 5 r 4, f W 1 thi ' .ei-'eq if ,' X 1.x z- ii -cl. -S Q fl 1. page 633325 :, f-,- ., MN QQLF ETSS 1 T 5: 5 : ' E5 k i be S r E i i Bob YOUHE Frank Hudgins Bob Beeler All-Conference Tea Quarterback 130 center 165 Tackle 180 Most vaiuabie Play K-'62, '63 Sf. K-'63 ir. K-'62, '63 sr. Butch Disbrow carries the hall against Sheperdsville. Paul Gleason Dennis 0'Brien Jesse Castillo Fullback 155 Tackle 200 Guard 145 K-'631r. K-'62, '63 Sr- K-'63 Sr. i f I k v 1 Q Guarterbacks Tiison and Young. HOMECOMING QUEEN PROS- PECTS: Jan Moss, Jane Reed Judy 0'Hair, Marilynn Hudgins and Holly King. Enroute to first victory-over North Hardin. Eagles close in. Beeler fells a Bowling Green foe. The Roberts family at Parents' Night. Fullbacks Disbrow and Gleason Honored guests at the football banquet 2 Knox defense in action. Let's have a ring for victory - Homecoming pep rally. Knox advances goalward - against North Hardin. 127 Ann. STANDING: Coach Nayle, Ed Shanahan, Joe Zedalis, Joey Clotheir, Bob Beeler, Angel Martinez, Coach Park. KNEELING: Art Roberts, Jim Elmore, Harold Irwin, Jim McManus, Bob Young. Baseball Team Hey you guys, I need a catcher! .-,W r 5 ' ' 2 ee? e i I ..f' Q ' L We 1 I I 4 E ,,.' ,w,"'frf,'V .,, ' 15 f' n e w Z i f f ' Q I , I ? , I A' 1 I W I - gi g I, K, K I ,I , ae.. M 2. Are you ready? How do I unwind? Bob Young, Jim McManus, Joey Clothier, and Art Roberts having a game of pepper. Tennis Team STANDING: Bob Swanagin, Frank Bender, Richard Glikes, Tom Le Vasseur. KNEELING: Jim French, Keith Lucey, Charles Chance. FM' A TEH T55 T Le Vasseur smashes again. Chance drives for the net. May the best man win. Four-way draw? rain gr K WWE ,Jiri w 2 L l Track Team STANDING: Charlie Brown, Charles McKinney, Paul Posey, Nick Tedder, Dan Keirsey, Don Verhocy. KNEELING: Gary Stokes, Don Connor, Charles Rayford, Lynn Irwin, Tom Qualls. On your mark . . . get set . .. Nick Tedder ciears the bar. The Discus Thmwers - Don Connor and Paul Posey. Lynn Irwin 1 31 Cross Country and Distance Runner Swimrfng eams BOYS' SWIMMING TEAM-FIRST ROW: Frank Meador, Ioe Hauser, Tom McDonald, Bobby Van Corbach, Jim Murphy. SECOND ROW: Iohn Whitley, Jeff Ntrull, lim French, George Pitts, Melvin Hulse, Charles omas. sr fzgkg GIRLS' SWIMMING TEAM-FIRST ROW: Wanda Frost, Dorothy Samuell, Maureen Quinn, Gloria Bayliss. SECOND ROW: JoAnn Telese, Pam Frost, Gayle Pitts, Helen Haggerty, Shirley Frost. "Help! . . . Someone forgot to fill the pool!" WM W sri af? me Basketba I 'e vw' Joe Zedalis, Danny Merritt, lim Lee, Joey Clothier, Alex Morales,,Gary Bates, Bob Swanagin, Geroge Anderson, Dan lohnson, Charles McKinney, Eddie Shana- han, Dave Berry, Jim McManus, Tom Hanks. Baskelbal I 1963-64 Head Coach: Bob Burrow Assistant Coach: Bobby Park School Colors: Green and White Team: Eagles Coach Burrow and Coach Park at the East Hardin game. 1 3 3 Dan Johnson 6'3" 158 Ib. Forward Bob Swanagin 6'2" 145 Ib. Center I Danny Mefflff Dave Berry George Anderson 6 160 'b- F0fW2fd 5'10" 160 lb. Guard 6'4" 190 rn. center Charies McKrnney 6'11h" 168 Ib. Center Gary Bates 6'1" 180 Ib. Forward Jrm McManus 5'10" 140 Ib. Guard Tom Hanks 5'8" 135 lb. Guard Joe Zedalus Joey Clothier AISX Morales 6' 170 lb. Guard 6' 165 lb. F0rWaI'd 6'1" 158 lb- Forward r sv, Jim Lee 511 140 lb. Forward Eddre Shanahan 5'11" 150 Ib. Guard ul 753 4 Q, ge' 3 s 'vb A , 4- f Wie f i946 I !g5"' : frJ,.b I 1 W 1 S u 1 . 5 1 Q' 3 'im ? m 5 Q HJM M-.Q f , 4 ll E V H' 'sm I I W MI W5 25 jx Uh me .av W -nfl' 1 I 1 i ! . E V v 1 'x E K 'Y ? E 1 J r 1 wr? t mv W. ,ww x W 2? ax ,K Q Mfr w ,m, ,,' mf Y 'k"vH1Ze,kQIi: . ki Mm L J i.-vegamf X an .gn M1 WA 3325? ,An .5 - 2 .af " xxx Holly Bunshaw, Joyce Hatfield, Joyce Fitzpatrick, Susan Hackett, Margie Bradshaw, Connie Marchese Cheerleader Candidates. Yell-leader Ray Chimelewski. Cheerleader sponsors Miss Morgan and Mrs. Tesar. 142 Sue McMains FRENCH CLUB Rodney Page N. F. L. Gloria Flahive Carmelita Mason ' FUTURE MEDICAL SOCIETY YEARBOUK C0-EDITOR Jeff Krull CHESS CLUB SCIENCE ENRICHMENT Ted Zislis Charles Chance BAND Tom Dougherty Caryl Carpenter I PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB J. C. L. Patsy Van Buskirk KA Franco Reever FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Presidents Aids - John Whitley NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY YEARBOOK COAEDITOR Beverly Neitles yyyyy, I LIBRARY CLUB gi Daniel Garcia Jim French SPANISH CLUB NEWSPAPER EDITOR Pat Fogany CHORUS Rose Mary Leone GERMAN CLUB Ed Shanahan COUNCIL I i E S Allen Maurer JUNIOR RED CROSS tudent Council OFFICERS-Seated, Sgtfat-Arms, Bob Young, Treasurer, Ann Tucker, President, Ed Shanahan, Vice-President, Sue Cook, Treasurer, Bob VanCorbach. National honor Society OFFICERS-Seated, Treasurer, lane Jensen, President, John Whitley, Vice-President, Ted Zislis, Sponsor, Mrs. Stevens. NOT 6 PICTURED, Secretary, Susan McLanachan. s Speech Spanish C u OFFICERS-Seated: Sponsor, Mr. Hockensmithg Secretary, Pat Conleyq President, Caryl Carpenterg Treasurer, Dee Dee Glikesg Vice-President, Martin Hugg. 8 German Club Science Enrichment OFFICERS Seated Treasurer Anne Tucker President Ted Zislis Vice President Ken Overturt Secretary Nancy Nydle Sponsors Mr Shumate Mr Quisenberry Warren Withrow O Wilt they or won't they? Jane Reed and Sue Reed Sister Scientists Future Teachers of America S15 i ..-XS .. N x i S T? in xfib w M K? g"?v'i ,'-vX E I , ' A-Mis' , -L i I J -, 5x3 Er iw Y' wiv? x ,, -- N' ? x wif 352 5 , iw 'GA k H . Y A QN , K Q K: , x Q X X 1 ' Q O 7 a 1 3 ,Q Q . J X 1 1 iw n-MQ?-ix f-vnu Mmm Q3-my :rar-2 ,,.. WA f Q Q i f ' 15 5.33 . 1 153! 'l X SS' Newspaper Staff OFFICERS: Treasurer, Terry Miescherg Secretary, Kathy Sittnickg Vice-President, Allen Maurerg President, Tom Dougherty. 1 5 5 EAL! Miss Ditto receives flowers from the Choraliers, presented by Bernard Zebrowski. Jeb-Tones FRONT ROW: Pat Quinn, Ann Lyman, Jackie Rayford, Caryl Carpenter, Irene Hanks. SECOND ROW: ludy Goodrich, Julie Pacquing, Leslie Strain, Donna Pearsall, Donna Carilia, Cissy Schell. THIRD ROW: Alice McMurray, Lee Lepley, Pat Fogarty, Pam Frost, Sue Hackett, Mary Alice Phillips. WS? Drected by: Ctrarlotte D'tto Boys' Octet FIRST ROW: Victor Leon, Joe Gay, Lee McCaslin. SECOND ROW: Russell Hendrix, Joey Clothier, Charles Chance, Sam Graves, Bernie Zebrowski. 15 FKHS Bard Directed by: William S FIRST ROW Parthenra Gregory Susan McLanachan Susan lllston SECOND ROW Suzanne Humphrey Susan Dunn Chris Marvel Kenny Takemoto Ronnie Roberts Dana Chandler Jrm Betz David Mrzell THIRD ROW Donna Fritz Sally Wozruak. Laura Harris Bob Hayes Franco Reever Don Baker Danny Henderson, Bobby Cox, Larry Saunders Bob Swanagin Pat Conley, Frank Bender. FOURTH ROW: Lynn lnrin, Carol Mallory Marilynn Hudgins Mary Roberts Ken Conley Frank Hudgins, Frank Meador Jeft Rogers Art Holbert Tom Crevar Phrl Ewing Eric Sevdy Frank Ledford Charles Chance Chris Wells Bill Stack Ken Fisher FIFTH ROW Jane Jensen Eva Grrfteth Vrckr Lauderdale Helen Haggerty Paul Posey Terry Merscher Ted Zislis John Benton Ralph Barren Gary Smith. NOT PICTURED: Nick Soto Robert McKay Katherine Wittenbeck, Christine Wittenbeck, Mike Gatheral. Color Guard Gregg Knepp, Tom Dougherty, John Whitley, George Pitts, Allen Maurer, Bill Bowman. 8 Officers SEATED: President, Charles Chance, Humphrey, Vice-President, Frank Hudgins. representative, Ted Zislisg Sophomore Svedy, Freshman representative, rank Meador. Senior representative, Judy O'Hair. Vlaj 'elles iw Sally Wozniak, Suzanne Humphrey, Marilynn Hudgins, Vicki Lauderdale, Eva Griffeth, lane Jensen. Pep Band FIRST ROW: lohn Benton, Ken Conley, Lynn Irvin, Danny Henderson, Don Baker, Franco Reever. SECOND ROW: Ken Fisher, lim Betz, David Mizell, Eric Sevdy, Frank Ledford, Charles Chance. Dmm Mmor Charles Chance. 159 SENIOR ,SECTIUNI IGHIIQYIG Raulerson, Chfiif- ADMINISTRATION: Miss Van Dyke, Co-editor John Whitley, Mrs. Smith, Co- JUNIOR HIGH SECTION: Pat Schaefer man Susie Parker, Holly King. Yearbook Stall 1963-64 SOPHOMORE SECTION: Sally Wozniak, Chairman Judy O'Hair, Pam Frost. SPORTS SECTION: Co-chairman Pat Fogarty, Bob Van Corbach, Jeanette Guman, Co-chairman Don Verbocy, Cheryl High. FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION: Chairman Donna I ACTIVITIES SECTION-SEATED: Margaret Baine, Co-chairman Shreve, Marilynn Hudglns, Bill Sloan. Van Buskirk, Co-chairman Suzanne Humphrey. STANDING: Bill Sue McMains, Charlie Thomas, Nancy Gilliard, Bob Young. HONORS SECTION: Jan Moss, Chairman Jane Reed, JUNIOR SECTION: Chairman Glenna Allen Maurer, Donna Shreve. Regina Klimek. ix X rzgeisffii mk- , .f Y 1 I 4 , 4 'I Senior Newcome James Kenneth Browning Donna Lee Schefke . we -Q --my xg A 1 Y . Q if SE: S512 is Calla Ann Menard E Donald Edward Muller, Jr. Gaelen Elizabeth Schell Newcomers i Juniors STANDING: Donna Evans, John Derden, Reinhold Geary, Robert Blair, Diana Duemler. SEATEDi Carolyn Schell, Donna Fritz, Patricia Lengel, Suzanne Kittrell. Sophomores Barry Nolde, Loretta Scott, Debbie Duemler. Sharon Lawler, Paul Troop, Barbara Farmer. 165 V I 1 3 f Congratulations To The SENIOR CLASS from The UNITED STATES ARMY ARMOR CENTER Officers' Open Mess Fort Knox, Kentucky 70 Compliments of WSAC RADIO STATIDN 1463 N. Wilson Avenue Radcliff, Kentucky SWOPE MOTO RS 3 Big Locations on Dixie 546 W. Dixie-Elizabethtown 253 S. Dixie-Radcliff 6724 Dixie Highway Pleasure Ridge Park Compliments of THE TOWN HOUSE Women's Apparel and Accessories 232 W. Dixie Avenue Elizabethtown, Kentucky Phone: 765-7211 Your Headquarters For Valiant, Plymouth, Dart, Dodge, C0mPIlmenf-9 of 1 Chrysler, Imperial SWOPE MCTURS WESTERN TIRE 11,133 .I-5 6 . 39 I "Where Nobody Walks Away" ji? XX! John Armour-Ira Pfieffer Phone: 351-3134 Radcliff, Kentucky HELEN'S FLORIST Newgarden Apartments Fort Knox, Kentucky Phone: 942-2766 Compliments of E-TOWN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC. Automotive Parts Wholesale 712 E. Dixie Avenue Elizabethtown, Kentucky Phone: 765-4117 or 765- 4118 708 N. 3rd Street Bardstown, Kentucky Phone: 348-5548 PATE MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Olds-Cadillac-G.M.C. Trucks We Service All Makes "J V"".,..,".:....,s 2 CRADDOCK CHEVROLET CO., INC. Your Dealer Fort Knox Personnel Welcome We service all makes of cars Office 35l-3429 Service Dept. 351- 3423 704 N. W. Dixie Blvd. Radcliff, Kentucky RADCLIFF MARKET German Foods-a Specialty 1019 North Wilson Road Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of '64 from KNOX REALTY COMPANY and BURNS INSURANCE Phone: 351-3232 fxg g Radcliff, Kentucky 1812 Dixie Highway Radcliff, Kentucky Q 6 Er 5998 JOE'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION 574 N. Dixie Blvd. Radcliff, Kentucky Phone: 351-3500 Relax In Our TV Lounge While Your Car ls Being Serviced Tires, Batteries, and Accessories Motor Tune-ups and Muffler Installation Joe Hutcherson, Proprietor 48 Sums Q - MIX K-sr., TRADIN' JIM'S TRADING POST -.-1 - .1 .7 310 South Dixie Blvd. Phone: 351-3533 Radcliff, Kentucky 'X' I 'fi if : U .Q .b ,Zh FRENCH'S TV SERVICE Colored TV Sales and Repair We Repair German Stereos, etc. Philco and TV and Appliances 625 N. Wilson Avenue Radcliff, Kentucky Elgin 1-3422 Compliments of the ARMOR CENTER clvlc LEAGUE POST BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPS, INC w mf, We Q f 1, J A 1 'A J 4, , I Xl new K my to the Graduating Class of 7964 from the FORT KNOX FEDERAL CREDIT UNION NOLIN RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE "Owned by those we serve" Elizabethtown, Kentucky Congratulations Class of '64 NOLTE'S HAIRDRESSERS 705 N. Dixie Blvd. Radcliff, Kentucky Phone: 351-3431 LONGVIEW FLORIST CINDERELLA Pf'lClB M-if 624 N, Dixie Blvd. V6 89 ro esgiryzur jfjif est -5. 1 Radcliff, Kentucky Q Yay Q 1 ' Directly Across from Kroger l phones, 351-34771 351-3137 ll 1 1816 North Dixie Blvd. Radcliff, Kentucky ' Phone: ELgin 1-3285 PARKWAY BOWLING LAN ES RAGLAND DRUG Walgreen Agency Courthouse Square Phone: 756-2167 Elizabethtown, Kentucky 6 16' 474 Central Parkway can Radcliff, Kentucky Q :S f, Phone: 351-3143 ' ' ,p VI otcuxxsx BILL'S HARDWARE AND APPLIANCE All Supplies for the Home 6? W Large or Small 1, . . :'rj- . 11 X Philco Appliances 1 Top Value Stamps l'll4l11l.'.f Banks and Banks Shopping Center Radcliff, Kentucky Phone: 351-3602 WATKINS JEWELERS Featuring the Finest Bulova-Elgin- Hamilton Keepsake-Speidel-Towle International-Reed 81 Barton Gorham - Lenox- Fostoria Expert Watch Repairing Elizabethtown, Kentucky Joplin Hotel "WAT'CH"' Us Phone: 761-2137 "" " " W "4 Phone: 765-2137 . - . . ' Compliments of BOYD DRUGS Jim Jefferson, R.PH. Jim Lasweil, R.PH. Compliments of JOPLIN 8. LANZ COMPANY THE LOUISVILLE STORE Elizabethtown Phone: 765-5253 Cb Elizabethtown and Hardin Cpun1y's 11322 Oldest, Lar est, and Most Com lete u 9 P fggcfai Department Store NEWBERRY'S E'town's Newest Department Store 54 Complete Merchandise JOHN W. COFFMAN DSP'-'mmenfs Painters, Decorators Bigger Selections-Famous Brands and Two Value-Packed Sales Floors Floor Finishers Over 60,000 Items Gigantic SC1VII'1gS Tl'lrOUgI'1OUT the Store Elizabethtown, Kentucky Phone: 765-7626 Telephone 765-2481 Compliments of BEN FRANKLIN STORE 126 W. Dixie Phone: 765-2779 Elizabethtown, Kentucky - - KNOX FINANCE CO., INC. S20 to S800 Loans Conveniently located south of Fort Knox in the Radcliff Drug Build- ing-plenty of free parking space. No dangerous highways to travel. SPECIAL SERVICE FOR ARMY OFFICERS FIRST THREE GRADES AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL. YOU WILL LIKE OUR PLAN. Open Monday 10:00 to 8:00 Tuesday through Friday 10:00 to 5:00 Closed Saturday Sam H. Watkins, President Eugene T. Wooden, Manager Loy R. Brashear, Assistant Manager DIXIE SHOE STORE Fred M. Burns Building Radcliff, Kentucky Quality Shoes 01' Bargain Prices Phone: 351-3468 L .- Q 463 N. Wilson Ave. Radcliff, Kentucky GANCI'S PIZZA HOUSE Pizza and Italian Food at its Finest Hours: 4 to 11:30 p.m. Phone: 351-3610 3 Miles South of Fort Knox on 31 W. 5-.11 RADCLIFF DRUGS Drugs, Fountain, Sundries Prescriptions 2V2 Miles South of Fort Knox 467 N. Dixie Blvd. Phone: 351-3313 Radcliff, Kentucky Compliments of BENNINGFIELDS FURNITURE CENTER 2V2 Miles South of Fort Knox on U.S. 31-W HOTTIE'S HAMBURGERS 332 North Dixie Bl d Rodcl'ff, Kentucky l5C Phone 3513141 ASNACK ll 11, 35 . vi V . .,.4 .. ..4,.i,...1i.,, , :.,. :,1:, ...4..1,., if .'.' Q' '-'- 1 '------1'-1- 2 +1 -1--f - 428 D e A e e Phone: 351-3197 ' " 1, ,- ' ii laq 1 Radcliff, Kentucky Ilggllllliie ll it in ff Refreshing lvffm Compliments ,y S of remembrance 55: L AUTOGRAPHS PING RADCLIFF get DEPARTMENT STORE 4 374 N. Dixie Boulevard 2 Phone 351-3212 T COCA-COLA H Your Complete Department Store BOTTLING "el COMPANY eiizfljlffllilhllffueky 179 il. .. l -il.l.. .- l ll-l-li DIXON-ATWOOD 8. ADKINS FUNERAL HOME 24-Hour Dependable, Oxygen-Equipped Ambulance Service Logan T. D ixon Jennings D. Adkins Phone 765-2204 Elizabethtown, Kentucky BEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Job Printing Office Supplies Machines and Equipment Publishers of Fort Knox Inside the Turret 408 W. Dixie Avenue Elizabethtown, Kentucky Phone: 765-6171 zz ,- Z fl. M1 Q 1 1,1 75 falw ...az Mme. 299 2 1 E92 I0 ' 71 K3 HAVE AN EXTRA Compliments of M. J. NOEL OPTICAL COMPANY Contact Lenses 123 W. Dixie Avenue I PAIR Elizabethtown, Kentucky Compliments of ANDERSON GOLF CLUB Pro Shop Harold "Spud" Rawlings Golf Professional Ed Marshall, Asst. NEWGARDEN BEAUTY 8. BARBER SHOP Newgarden Apartment Building Phone: 942-3377 E. I. PARK-JEWELERS Registered Watch Maker Watch and Clock Repair Ring Sizing and Engraving Fort Knox, Kentucky 843 N. Wilson Avenue Radcliff, Kentucky 4-4307 80 DUSTY RHODES FORD, INC. U. S. 31-W, 2 Miles North Elizabethtown, Kentucky Sales and Service "Your Ford Friends" Phone.: 765-4114, WI 2-2121 XX R Compliments of E'TOWN LAUNDRY 8. CLEANERS 228 S. Main Street Elizabethtown, Kentucky Bldg. 4710 7th 8. Wilson Bldg. 9957320 9th 81 Queen Daily pick up and delivery to Fort Knox Phone: 4-2504 HAMPTON 8. HARGAN INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Phone: 877-2142, 351-3130 620 N. Dixie Blvd. Radcliff, Kentucky SHIVELY'S GULF SERVICE Auto Radio Repair Route 1 Radcliff, Kentucky 1807 South Dixie Blvd. RADCLIFF TV Dial 351-3720 Antenna Installation Rental Television German Radio Service Vincent J. Kieta - Owner SAME DAY SERVICE 4' Bauksdcbanks C '1E.?f?.I'i R S Radcliff Muldraugh 185 N. Wilson Avenue Radcliff, Kentucky 351-3708 942-2613 181 FIRST HARDIN NATICNAL CAPITAL SURPLUS BANK ELIZABETHTOWN "Growing with Elizabethtown and Hardin County Since 1883" Phone: Elizabethtown 765-6106 Radcliff 351-3123 Hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Daily Offering Checking-Saving Loan and Trust Services Branches: Radcliff, Upton Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System S 500,000.00 51 ,000,000.00 82 "Ask Your Neighbor About Noon 'Til Nine Service" NDON 'TIL NINE, INC. We Rent New RCA Victor Portable TV's Above is pictured one of five RCA Victor 23" Table Model TV's furnished to Fort Knox High School during the '63-'64 school year by Noon 'Til Nine, Inc. This was done in cooperation with the Fort Knox PTA and High School officials. SALES DEPARTMENT RCA Victor Magnavox RCA Whirlpool General Electric TeleviSiOI'I Stereo Appliances Appliances SERVICE DEPARTMENT Television Appliance Antennas Installed Service Service TV Rental Two Locations Across from Krogers Radcliff, Ky. I Phone: 351-3129 On the Square E'Town, Ky. Phone: 765-6116 18 FORT KNOX TRAVEL AGENCY Airline Tickets and Reservations - Phone: 4-6969 And Greyhound Station Phone: 4-7777 Your Travel Specialists Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1964 from the ALPHA ZET A MU RADCLIFF REFRIGERATION SORORITY SERVICE We Sell the Best and Service the Rest Kelvinator Sales and Service 'il Phone: 351-3402 803 N. Wilson Road Radcliff, Kentucky 8 DIXIE RCLLER RINK Skating ls Fun for Everyone Open Nightly Except Sunday and Monday Kiddie Sessions Saturday cmd Sunday, 2:00-4:30 Radcliff, Kentucky Phone: 351-9090 351-3639 'I I er? il ' my fr . rf BROWN'S SHOE REPAIR Radcliff Plaza Phone: 351-3084 IIOIS . REPAIR! - Free Pickup and Delivery v'3'o"sl-Kiv Radcliff, Kentucky 6 Ai' HTA When You Need- O Hardware O Garden Supplies C Paint I Building Materials O Wallpaper O Plumbing Supplies O Lumber O Electrical Supplies O Tools See THE JENKINS-ESSEX COMPANY 528 No. Dixie Blvd. Radcliff, Kentucky Phone: 351-3813 CAlso in Elizabethtownj 5 I EIR 1 IIITTJ ' FORT KNOX NATIONAL BANK Fort Knox, Kentucky Walk-up Window Hours Drive-In Window 1400-1 730 0900-1400 0730-1 730 Monday-Friday Monday-Friday Monday-Friday 0800-1230 1400-1600 0800-1230 Saturday Friday Saturday VAN VOORHIS BRANCH- 4992 Chaffee Open 1100-0530 Monday-Friday 0800-1230 Saturday We congratulate the Class of 1964 on its accomplishments and wish you unlimited success in the future. A good anchor is your friendly bank. KELLY VANCE MOTORS MISS AND MRS. SHOP Smart Apparel for the Miss of Today and for the Miss of Yesterday 530 N. W. Dixie Blvd. Phone: 351-3131 Radcliff, Kentucky Authorized Sales and Services, Body Shop for Fort Knox Area Radcliff Phone: 351-4444 8 KNOX CHICKEN CN CALL Food Delivery Service or Will-Call Phone: 4-2177 Hours: 4:00-11:30 p.m. Toyland Building Q23181 Knox Avenue Closed Saturday Chicken Seafood Sandwiches "You Call- We Deliver" HEARD INSURANCE RADCUFF s. REAL ESTATE PLUMBING AND Drug Store Building H Radcliff Kentucky Phone: 351-3489 Hardware, Electrical, Etc. , 400 West Central Parkway Radcliff, Kentucky lnsflxrcs REALLY INSURES 18 KNOX SERVICE CENTER, INC. Between Dixie Street and 31-W on Wilson Road Phone: 351-3113 "Tubeless Tire Headquarters Gas-Oil- Lubrication Goodyear Tires, Tubes, Guarantee Batteries - Recapping Hours: 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. CAR Put WUI! o'llmos KNOX MOTORS, INC. - PU 511- i tv- 'j 'Y' I 1 a -fn Sales Service Complete Garage, Body Shop, and Upholstery Repair on Post Phone: 4-5166 Phone: 942-2641 Fort Knox, Kentucky Muldraugh, Kentucky KNOX FURNITURE CO. 8. KNOX FURNITURE ANNEX . 1165 North Wilson I 351-3611 i s gi,-:l i t f., In It ' 819 North Wilson 3 Ei, 351-3613 Radcliff, Kentucky "We guarantee to save you money." 88 Compliments of NON-CCMMISSIDNED OFFICERS' OPEN MESS 7th Avenue and Missouri Street POST CAB COMPANY AND FORT KNOX MOTOR COACH Fcust, Effncaent Service-Courteous Drivers CI C b D p h 42103 Off 42588 Bidg T473 Chaffee Ave. F K TAXIOI Q S, Q X-x V W l x 2- GOOD LUCK TO ALL FT. KNOX GRADUATES! ......fr0m MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS-Nancy Gilliard, Luz Corfez, Joann Kensler, Gary f Boves,Jun Moss, Bob Young, and Chorlie Thomas. 5 U .S . 31-W in RADCLIFF Compliments of Compliments of the Cecil Campbell Producer of TH RIFT SHOP CAMPBELL'S Fort Knox, Kentucky Phone 4-3914 19 Compliments of KENTUCKY LIMOUSINES Fort Knox, Kentucky Monday-Friday Tues. -Wed. -Thur. Saturday POST TAILOR 8. ALTERATION SHOP Alteration and Pressing Prompt Service Hours 9:30-5:30 11:00-6:00 9:00-5:00 Civic Center Fort Knox, Kentucky Building 1383 X 2 Compliments of MAHON COMPANY Vending Machines Fort Knox, Kentucky Congratulations to the Class of '64 FORT KNOX DAIRY BARS 7th and Wilson Road Old Ironsides "Jump in your car, Come as you are." Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduating Class MILITARY CONCESSICNS, INC. 2220 East Fairmount Avenue Phone: PEabooly 2-7100 Baltimore 3I , Maryland LOUIS J. DAVIS CANDY CO., INC. 764-766 S. First Street Louisville, Kentucky JU 3-5307 Fountain Supplies Paper Products Daily Deliveries to Fort Knox Compliments of Fort Knox, Kentucky Station Building No. 1 6549 No. 3 6025 No. 4 6540 GREEN'S CLEANERS Phone 4-5197 4-2070 4-6207 Congratulations TAHO Compliments of the Coca Cola Bottling Company Elizabethtown Kentucky Compliments of ANDERSON GOLF CLUB Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1964! Board of Governors Manager Staff Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Joseph E. Bastion, Jr. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. John A. Beall Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Francis J. Murdoch Mr. and Mrs. Herschel J. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Matarazzo Mr. and Mrs. Howard Downing and Pippa Mr. and Mrs. Kyle C. McDowell CWO and Mrs. Donald R. Alexander and Family Lt. Col. and Mrs. John Bergner and Family Sgt. and Mrs. Louis E. Berry Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. W. Boger Major and Mrs. William C. Bowman Lt. Col. George H. Brown and Family Col. and Mrs. R. H. Bunshaw Lt. Col. and Mrs. Donald J. Burke Sgt. and Mrs. J. R. Canada Sgt. and Mrs. Herbert A. Carey Col. and Mrs. T. A. Carilia Chaplain Captain Edward J. Christoph Lt. Col. and Mrs. Wayne A. Chance Major and Mrs. D. W. Chipman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Clothier, Sr. Major and Mrs. Nicholas Crevar Capt. and Mrs. Lynn Currin Sgt. and Mrs. Harry Davis agle Lt. Col. and Mrs. John E. de Roche Major and Mrs. R. S. Dickson MlSgt. and Mrs. Francis Dimoski Sgt. and Mrs. Leroy C. Dorman Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Dufley Capt. and Mrs. A. H. Ennis SFC and Mrs. Frederick Ferro Major and Mrs. John Daniel Flahive and Family Sgt. and Mrs. Edward L. Ganoe Lt. Col. and Mrs. Joseph M. Gay, Jr. and Family Lt. Col. and Mrs. Richard J. Glikes Chaplain Major and Mrs. Samuel R. Graves Jr Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Hale Capt. and Mrs. James H. Harris and Twins Major John P. Hart and Family 1!Sgt. and Mrs. Charles E. High Capt. and Mrs. N. W. Hines 1!Sgt. and Mrs. Charles. A. Hudgins SFC and Mrs. William J. Humphrey 1!Sgt. and Mrs. Carl C. Jensen Major and Mrs. Leslie G. King Lt. Col. and Mrs. French G. Lewis M!Sgt. and Mrs. John Lewis Lt. Col. and Mrs. Donald H. McConnell Lt. Col. and Mrs. Thomas J. McDonald, Jr. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Howard McGilton Col. and Mrs. D. M. McMains S!Maj. and Mrs. McManus Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Magruder Sgt. and Mrs. T. P. Mendosa Lt. Col. and Mrs. Donald E. Miller, Sr. Mr. Don E. Miller and Miss loan Lee Bennett Lt. Col. and Mrs. Edgar F. Mills Capt. and Mrs. H. L. Mills M!Sgt. and Mrs. Alijandro Morales SFC and Mrs. Oscar E. Morman M!Sgt. and Mrs. l. R. Moss 1!Sgt. and Mrs. Herschel Mullins Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. D. Murray Lt. Col. and Mrs. George Norrie Chaplain Captain and Mrs. Franklin Major and Mrs. Austin L. Parker Col. and Mrs. George T. Pitts Col. and Mrs. John E..Pleasants Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. H. Quinn Col. and Mrs. Paul A. Reed Dr. and Mrs. lack A. Roth 1!Sgt. and Mrs. J. R. Rudy M!Sgt. and Mrs. Jesse Schaefer Major and Mrs. loseph F. Schall H. Page S!Sgt. and Mrs. Roy' F. Schoppert, lr. Boosters SFC and Mrs. James M. Sellers S!Maj. and Mrs. Edward Shanahan and Family M!Sgt. and Mrs. P. T. Shreve SFC and Mrs. Samuel F. Simmons, lr. MfSgt. and Mrs. Vincent G. Sittnick Major and Mrs. Charles F. Smith Col. and Mrs. George H. Spires, lr. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Swanagin Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. P. Thomas Lt. Col. and Mrs. F. Tucker, lr. Sgt. and Mrs. Theodore Uva Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ellis Van Buskirk Lt. Col. and Mrs. P. V. Whitley Dr. and Mrs. Erwin C. Winkel Chaplain and Mrs. Warren Withrow Major and Mrs. lohn Wozniak MfSgt. and Mrs. l. S. Zedalis Dr. H. Q. Kennady Lincoln Loan Company White Dove Bakery and Coffee Bar Rambler Ranch Trash and Treasures Factory Outlet Store Dixie Variety Store Ray Brown's Barber Shop X, CM, A 'EL ? if I J gl IN TER-COLLEGIATE PRESS' Kansas City - Winnipeg Yearbooks - Yearbook Covers Diplomas Graduation Announc USA ements


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