Fort Lauderdale High School - Ebb Tide Yearbook (Fort Lauderdale, FL)

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WILKINS Engl lsll l,n1wx'sitv of l"luri1lu. Nl.gX. 14' 1 1 1 Qu up fix A I v 4, Q Z .W MLK I fe . , 43, x VF Q M' .Q in K ii.. vw Q RC. . .Si yfw fy .1-" SENIGR CLASS OFFICERS GENE BRACKETT Preszdent FRED ROBERTS Treasurer BARBARA MUSSELMAN, Secretary HANS UNDERSET Vlce Preszdent a a 1 1 SENIORS BROOKS HENRY ADAMS Brooks Football 1, 2, 43 Baseball 4g Track 33 Civitan Club 3, 4, President 3, Director 43 Best Dressed 4. SHARON LAURENCE ADAMS Sharon Jr. Honor Society 1, Treasurer 13 Senior Honor Society 3, 43 Scholarship Award 33 Ebb Tide Staff 43 Tri-Hi-Y 23 Class Executive Board 43 Spanish Club 23 Intramurals 3. .7I, MARILYN GERDA ALBREKTSEN 4, , .llarilyn j ' Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 1, Vice President 2, Treasurerf 3, Chorus 3, 4: Art Club 1, 2, Ebb Tide staff 4. , ,f W 'f L! JUDITH PATRICIA ALLEN Lf 'C ! 1 fufly T Q fl 'fl Junior Honor Society 13 Junior Cheerleader 3, CHASWEVQQ Senior Cheerleader 43 L Club 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,' 4,04 Secretary 43 Class Legislative Board 43 Pep Squeaks 23 2 I Intramurals 23 Senior Honor Society 43 Friendliest 4. ' 4 JEANNE ARLENE ALLES Jeanne Latin Club 43 Intramurals 33 Senior Honor Society 4. LUCILLE ANDERSON Lue Swimming 1, 23 L Club 2, 3, 43 Senior Honor Society 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3g Hi Times Staff 4,1 O-Editor 4g Quill and Scroll 3. 43 Junior Executive Ward 3g Student Council Legislative Board 3, 43 Mayisbu en Attendant 13 iw vga-7 f LV Xl R 'lo- L. - w N, Most Representative 4. A V 4 P - xr A lt Y' J' A 4 V gba., MARY FRANCES ANDERSON Mary X L Transferred from Garfield High, Akron, Ohio 23 Chorus 23 lntramural Sports 3. ROBERT MAYNARD ARMSTONG Bob Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43 Swimming 13 Hi-Y 1, 2g Band 1. PATRICIA ANN BAILEY Pat BENJAMIN VICTOR BAKER Transferred from Manatee County High School, Florida 3, Intramurals 3, Ebb Tide Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. Benny Football 1. 3. 4, Civitan Club 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, L Club 4. SHIRLEY ANN BAKER Shirley Transferred from Miami High 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Intra- mural Sports 3. STUART DONALD BARTHOLD Moose Football 1, 2, 4, Civitan Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4, Hi-Y 3, Class Legislative Board 3, 4. I T wo his CHARLES RAY BAXLEY L .11 - Charlie 'yi' Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Choristers 3, 4, All State Chorus 3, Boys' State 3, L Club ELLEN MARIE BAXLEY Ellen Library Club 2, Basketball Queen 4. JOHN WILLIAM BAXTER Jack Transferred from Olney High School, Philadelphia, Pa. 3, Hi- Y 3, 4. THOMAS EUGENE BEASLEY Tom Football 1, 2, Hi-Y 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Choristers 1, 2, 3, 4, All State Chorus 1, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 3. BARBARA ANN BENNETT Barbara Intramurals 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 2. KATHLEEN BENNETT Kathy Intramurals 2, 3. 4. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent I, Student Council 1, Chorus 1, Pep Squeaks 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Times Staff 4, Pep Squeaks 3, DONALD LEE BERG Don RUTH BERGMAN Ruth Transferred from Waterloo, N. Y. 3, Chorus 3. MARTHA IRENE BERRY Martha Chorus 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 23 Art Club lg Junior Red Cross 3, 43 Intramurals 2. 3. V Ted lf U THEODORE HARRY BESD ,lf Hi-Y lg Band l, 2, 3, WW K , J L U i MMXC J' ,Lb -LB, 'rf XV, Al' M . KATHRYN BLACRBURN M' Jill' Kaye i , J L! 1 1 X Jo-ANN RUTH BLETZER ,pf ' Jo Junior Honor Society 1, 23 Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Class Legislative Board 3, lntramurals3g Thespians 4. JAMES LINTON BLIZZARD J im Baseball 3, 4g L Club 4. WILLIAM BOBO Bill ' X tt NORA MAE BOYD Nora Bowling 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 45 Junior Red Cross 23 Intramurals 2. CHARLES EUGENE BRACKETT Gene Football 2, Basketball 2, 3, Track 2, L Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Class President 2, 43 Junior Student Council President lg Class Executive Board 2 4 Legislative Council 2 Frlendllest 4 xt U-Q f is X Air s 'eiiiywie 2 Q., is in x ,S sv vw. X -3, ,CVM vc V .' X, 1 Xi X XX KE '31 iv- ii J N . WAY, x 1 X lx I BETTY JEAN Betty Art Club 33 Intramurals 2, 3. ROBERT BRIDGE Bob Football 1, 23 Track 1, 23 Hi-Y 1, Treasurer lg Civitan Club 3, 43 Junior Class Play 3. CAROL JEAN BRYAN Carol Swimming 33 Ebb Tide Staff Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 43 Choristers 43 All State Chorus3 Pep Squeaks 1, 2g Art ROBERT EUGENE BURNS Bob Transferred from St. Anthony's Football 2, 3, 43 Swimming 2, Executive Board 2g Visual Education 2. JOAN ELIZABETH BREED .loan Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Junior Class Play 3g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 43 Choristers 3, 43 All State Chorus 43 FHA 43 Pep Squeaks 1, 23 Art Club 2g Intramurals 2, 3. DONALD C. BRESLIN Don BRETZ RUTH JEAN BRIDGES Jeanie Swimming 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 43 Quill and Scroll 4g Pep Squeaks 23 Junior Red Cross 3. MARION ERWIN BROWN Marion Transferred from Roanoke Rapids High School, N. C. 33 Chorus 3, 4. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Club 23 Intramurals 2. High School 2, Ft. L.3 3, 43 L Club 43 Class THOMAS EDWARD BYRD Tom Swimming 1, 2, 3, 43 L Club 2, 3, 4-3 Junior Honor Society 13 Senior Honor Society 3, 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, President 13 Junior Class Play 33 Junior Student Council 13 Senior Student Council 2, 43 Class Leg. Board 33 Thespians 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 3g Most Likely to Succeed. JEAN FORBES CADENHEAD Jeanne Senior Honor Society 3 4 Scholarship Award 3 Ebb Tide Staff 4 TrIH1Y l 2 3 4 Student Council 2 Chorus 2 3 Pep Squeaks 2 Spanish Club 2 3 4 Secretary Treas urer 43 Intramurals 2. DONALD NORRIS CALHOUN Don Transferred from Hillsborough High, Tampa, Fla. 4. ROBERT LOYD CAMPBELL Loyd Football 2, 3, 4, L Club 3, 43 Civitan Club 43 Hi-Y ,I 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4. Y -' 3 f AAMNWM lj! A I ' It I W 1 . Q LL ffl 3,5 I , ' lf? C14gITzg.: Ni Vw ' 'VJ ' , , ,A 'I ,j sf 'Q if - riff I !Z,4,av-r O 7 1 ri, -S jj! ,nf gif. iypt ' 7 I ti, f i KN, ' V ..f 'Q CD. ' Moya, nfw HARRY RIC RD CA NON I M fx? X ,Q -- IJ .lf I Dick ff V' ji !VV'Transferi'ed from Central High School, Memphis, Tenn. ll Key Club 43 Visual Education 3. 1, h. r 'ff' I. f J I ' THERESE MARIE CA-PPs ffl" 1 Q70 f ly . 'I Transferred from Miami Jackson High School, Mianii, Fla. , M fn 23 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Intramurals 3. 'f I ' MARYELLEN VIRGINIA CARPENTER Maryellen Girls' Tennis Team 4g Tennis Club 2g Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3, 4g Intramurals 3. CHALMER CAUDILL Chalmer Transferred from Shelbyville High School, Shelbyville, Ky. 43 Football 43 L Club 4. 5913 W 3,-QSQA :mn Gene Class Play 3g Class Executive Board 33 Junior-Senior Prom Chairman 3. Ronnie Transferred from Cannon High School, Kannapolis, N. C. 1 u NANCY JOSEPHINE CRAMPLIN Nan Transferred from Trier High School, Winnetka, Ill. 2g Cheer- leader. 3, 43 L Club 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2g Sophomore Queen 2g Basket- ball Queen Attendant 2g Intramurals 23 Football Queen At- tendant 43 Basketball Queen Attendant 4g Best Dressed 43 Miss Ft. Lauderdale High 4. MARGARET Jo CHANDELIER Maggie Junior Student Council 13 Cheerleader 3, 43 L Club 43 Junior Honor Society 13 Senior Honor Society ,3, 4, Treasurer 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Senior Student Council 43 Pep Squeaks 1, 2g Spanish Club 25 Scholarship Awards 1, 2, 33 American Legion Award 1. . Therese ,, gf' - f' If" X A 0 A 1. 0 EUGENE CHARLIE: Ml A1 --3 I Transferred from Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 33 JAMES RONALD CHAMPION f I t 33 Drum Major 43 Band 3, 43 Dance Orchestra 3, 4. Qi PATRICIA ELLEN CHRISTENSEN Pat Tennis Team 4, Tennis Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Chorus 1, 2, Pep Squeaks 1, 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 4g Intramurals 3. FRED WILLIAM CHRISTMAN Bill Transferred from Trinity Lutheran 3, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. LORRAIN CHUMBLEY I Lorrain DCT 43 Intramurals 3. SUSAN ALICE CLAPP Susie Swimming 3g Bowling lg Ebb Tide 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 43 Nauti-Nymphs 2g Pep Squeaks lg Library Club lg Intra- murals 2, 3. I' DONALD BOLTON CLARK Don Times Editor 4, Boys' State 4g Quill and Scroll 4. JAMES ARTHUR COBBS James Beginning Chorus 3g FFA 1, Visual Education 1, 2, 3, 4. I MARY IDA COKER Mary Ida , V, Junior Honor Society lg Senior Honor Society 3, 43 Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 35 Chorus 2, Junior Class Play 33 ' Lf' VX Intramurals 2, 3. if LN' GLORIANA JANE COLBY 1 xfjxk fl, X Gilly VVKQC X1 " Transferred from Sault St. Marie High School, Sault St. U -lvl! Marie, Michigan 45 DCT 4. i , A J, -tx-BI, J tv X L J . -Q ROBERT WALTER COLBY Bob lll. 35 Visual Education 3. STUART CARLTON CONNOR Stuart Transferred from Rye High School, Rye, N. Y. lg Hi-Y 2 3, Treasurer 2g Civitan 35 Football 3, 4. Football 2, 33 Swimming 3, 4g Track 1, 25 L Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Legislative Board 3, 45 Hi- Transferred from Northbrook High School, Northbrook, t,.,TJT. NORMA JEAN COSBY Norma Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choristers 4, Intramurals 3. HA'ROLD CARL COUPE Hal Transferred from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, Balti- more, Md. 3, ky -44 X ,K ,, .i A llutj VCL GEORGE STEPHEN CROLIUS George Tennis l, Civitan 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, All State 4. JEAN CAROL CROSBY Jeanie Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Ebb Tide Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, Junior Student Council 1, Advisory Coun- cil 3, Spanish Club 2, Junior Red Cross 3, Most Ver- satile 4. LL Kill I 1 JEWEL ETTA Cox Jewel Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Art Club 4, Intramurals 3. PETER CREIOHTON Pete Junior Honor Society 1, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4. f 5' , 9 1 of , ,Ja Je -ff I I ,-nfjflf ff! J! CHARLES ROBERT CULBREATH f-fl ,f JU' ' Bob J X fl! 7 7 7 I Hi-Y 1, DCT 3, 4, President 4, Visual Education 1,1 ,J3, 4.7,j"' if 'iv I ARDEN DAEHLER f. 7 ,jf Arden ' 1, f Swimming I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, All State 3, , 4, W Treasurer 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Counci , Bafiyljfif V V, 1, Latin Club 3, Spanish Club 3. If Q I I f 1-1 1 'J X ' DOROTHY PAULETTE DANIEL Dottie Swimming 1, 2, Tri Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Hi-Times Staff 4, Advertising Manager 4, Chorus 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Intramurals 3. JOAN FLORENCE DANIELS loanie ' Cheerleader 3, 4, Bowling 2, L Club 4, Junior Honor So- ciety 1, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Scholarship Award 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, Junior Class Play 3, Legislative Council 3, Secretary of State 4, Junior Class Executive Board 3, Chorus 1, 2, Pep Squeaks 1, Intramurals 2, Thespians 3, 4, Sophomore Queen Attendant 2, Spanish Club 2, Vice President 2, Best Personality. JOHN MICHAEL DAvIs Mike Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, Boys' State 3, Visual Edu- cation 1. CATHERINE ELEANOR DEMPSEY Cathy Tri-Hi-Y 15 Ebb Tide Staff 4g Majorette 2, 3, 4, Pep Squeaks lg Sophomore Queen Attendant 2, Junior Red Cross. WILLIAM DEAN DE PEW Bill Chorus 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM DOUDNIKOFF Bill Transferred from Jamesburg High School, Jamesburg, N. J. 2, DCT 4. THOMAS APTED DUMPER Tom Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice President 43 Ebb Tide Staff 4. GERALD Fanms EBERT I erry Basketball 3, 45 Hi.Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Civitan Club 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Band 1, 2. THOMAS EDWARDS Willie Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, Student Council 2. THOMAS EARL EHRHARDT Tom Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 1, 43 L Club 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 25 Inter-Club Council 1, Civitan Club 4, Chorus 1,55 3, 4, Chorgers 3. P ,L 1,-' 4 'f ,WV 'C J ,if LJ ' I X f .A JM WJ' ii If A 15 JW Q . law Qf U I A fo, HQARRY 4LBI'ERT EI D , X ,KU M' Q LTD i -V DB" orywf I Transferred from gnaha Military Scho , Onarga, ' MARLYN ELLINGWOOD Sudy Tri-Hi-Yf3, 45 Chorus 23 Library Club l, 25 Intramurals 3. UZ JOHN FREDRICK ELSENBOSS John JAMES PERRY ERw1N Perry Transferred from Glasgow High School, Glasgow, Ky. 33 Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4. L Y I ,MI , BETTY JEAN FAUPEL Betty Junior Honor Society 1g Majorette 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2. KAY IoNE FIELDS Kay DCT 43 Red Cross 33 Intramurals 3. BARBARA ANN FLETCHER Barbara Latin Club 3. KENNETH FLYUM .JV ,vt LU ff W C, 'TJ Pf! Kenny Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 49 Civitan Club 3, 4-g Junior Class Play 34 Band 1, 2. 'S l' c aw. W CHARLES EDWARD FOSSLER Charles DCT 4. GARTHER L. FITANKLIN I G. L. Bowling 2, DCT 3, 4. JAMES RUSSELL FRASER Buddy Track lg Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD GARLITTS ' Dick Football 1, 4g Basketball lg Track 1, 3, 4g Ebb Tide 34 Hi-Times 3, 4g Chorus 2, 3, 4. BROCK ALLEN GOERLITZ Brock BARBARA JEAN GATLIN Barbara Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 23 Intramurals 23 Junior Red Cross 3. DAVID GAVRYLUK Dave Transferred from Central High School, Scranton, Pa. 2g Basketball 43 Spanish Club 33 FFA 4. Transferred from Bay City Central High School, Bay City, Michigan 3g Football 33 D. C. T. 4. ORRIN ROBERT GORE Bob Transferred ,from Oak Park High School, Oak Park, Ill. 23 Football 33 Manager 43 LAClub.4. 7 cl i ' L l t f . I 3 1 ply .X Mary Lou MARILYN DOLORES GOSLEE I Marilyn I Transferred from Oswego High School, Oswego, lll. 33 54 Swimming 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4g Chorus 3, 43 Choristers 43 V ,JQJ Senior Honor Society 4. JXP' ef' DERRYL JANE GRACE ' S' X Derryl .L ol N ' J, Senior Honor Society 3, 43 Junior Cla Elay 33 Student VN' 'NXNAJQ Council 3, 43 Chorus 2, 33 Chori ters fliihll' State Chorus OJ X-pu 43 Sunmaids 4. I ily .A . L ' I. gl' W lv ,Lk 5 . bff' ,N A 'T L N N MARY LOUISE JOSEPRINE GRAHAM ,RV .X X -r L f X ' gm Golf Club 23 Tennis Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 293, 4-'V I dent Council 33 Pep Squeaks 2g Spanish f'Clnb: , 3g Bb Intramurals 2, 3. uxwl' ' G, J MYRA DELIECE GRANTLAND lv 'U4 Myra J, lj Student Council 43 Latin Club 43 Art Club 2g Intro: murals 3. CAROLYN VIRGINIA GREEN Carolyn Swimming 2, 3, 4g L Club 3, 4, President 43 Senior Honor Society 3, 4g Scholarship Award 23 Student Council 3, 43 Pep Squeaks 23 Most Athletic 4. BARBARA JEAN GREFFRATH Barbara Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 L Club 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2g May Queen Attendant 2. ROBERT MILTON GRIFFIN Bob D. C. T. 3, 45 FFA 1, 2. NORA PATRICIA GRIMM Patsy Swimming 1, 2, Ebb Tide Staff 43 Majorette 3, 45 Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, Junior Class Play 3g Thespians 4g Basketball Queen Attendant 3g Red Cross Disaster Committee 43 Foot- ball Queen Attendant 4-, Sophomore Queen Attendant 2. W I SHIRLEY ANN GUSTINE .N fi , Gussie S s I Tri-Hi-Y 2g Ebb Tide Staff 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Chor I isters 4g Intramurals 2, 3. JOHN M. HAIRE, JR. Jack Transferred from Vernon High School, Belle Vernon, Pa 33 Hi-Y 4, Red Cross 3. fibre JACQUELYN KAY HAIsLET Jackie Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 43 L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 'a 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, 2, President 3, Class Legislative Board 35 Interclub Council 33 Chorus 1, 23 Pep Squeaks - I' 15 Senior Honor Society 4. ,off I 'f ' fbi 7 . fb, 1, -xJOsEPHHALEiLfhi?f,,- 1 1,6117 1 u K' Joe , A P , . V 1 .- X ,.. I ,L Hi-Y 3, 4. ., 1 ,f,'fW, fwff, ,u NA Lyn :I , , 17,14 1 ff -,iii 1 I 1 " NW , ., T N14 U r ' " -1 la' I Cf JIMLV If3JLIL7li"' ' ' 'i 5, ' MAXINE ELLEN HALLIDAY Maxine Chorus 2, Nauti-Nymphs 2i Intramurals 2, 3. MARGARET GUNTER HAMILTON Maggie Swimming 1, 2, 3, 43 All State 33 Junior Honor Society 13 Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Scholarship Awards 1, 2, 35 L Club 3, 4, President 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Xi Play 3, Thespians 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. WRAY ALLEN HAMMER Wray Junior Honor Society 1, President lg Senior Honor SO- ciety 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4g Key Club 45 Class Legislative Board 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' State 3, Visual Education 4, Spanish Award 23 Most Intel- lectual 4. ' ELIZABETH JOSEPHINE HARREL Bette Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g Chorus 1, 2, 3g Intramurals 3. Council 1, 43 Class Legislative Board 3, 4g Junior Class ALVA RUTH HAYMARCH Alva Swimming 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Chorus 2, Nauti-Nymphs 2, Junior Red Cross 3. DONALD L. HENRY Don NANCY BOONE HEROLD Nan Transferred from Withrow High School, Cincinnati, Ohio 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. DONALD HERSHEY Don Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Honor Society 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Scholarship Award 2, Visual Education 4. X, 't THOMAS WILLIAM HOLMES Tommy Transferred from Coral Gables High School, Coral Gables, Florida 3, Football 4, Baseball 3, 4. Manager 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Class Legislative Board 4, Civitan 4. JOHN VEAZEY HOLT John Transferred from East Bank High School, East Bank, West Virginia 3, Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 4, Most Athletic 4. MICHEAL HOYLE HOLT Mike Transferred from East Bank High School, East Bank, West Virginia, Football 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Best Looking 4. BETTY JEAN HORNE Betty Student Council 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, All State 4, Section Leader 4, Sun Maids 4, Choristers 2, 3, 4. td . i JEAN Honsr .lean Louisa HOYER Louise ship Award 3. Transferred from Edinboro High School, Edinboro, Penn. 4. Junior Honor Society 1, Secretary 1, Senior Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Class Executive Board 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4, All State 4, Spanish Club 3, Scholar- JOHN THOMAS HUFFMAN .lack Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, L Club 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. BONITA NANCY HUNTER Bones Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 33 L Club 4g Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 33 Pep Squeaks 1, 2g Intramurals 2. JOSEPH ALEX HUSZTY jose' Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: L Club 3, 4-3 Key Club 43 Cross 23 Best All Around 4. CAROL NANCY JACKSON Carol FHA 43 DCT 33 Spanish Club 23 Art Club 2. 3, 4. X 'eg Q-C, LYNWOOD B. JACKSON L B Swimming l, 2. 33 L Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 2g Red Cross Disaster Committee 3, 4. ROY MALCOLM JAMES Malcolm Transferred from Hartford High School, Harford, Conn. 2. MARIE THERESA JENSON Marie Junior Honor Society 13 Senior Honor Society 3, 43 Ebb Tide Staff 43 Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4g All State 3, 43 Spanish Club 3. GERALD LEROY JOHNSON ferry Class Legislative Board 23 DCT 3, 4, Vice President 4g Red Cross Disaster Committee 3. I I MARION DAVIS JOHNSON, JR. Skippy Junior Honor Society 13 Football 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. SAMUEL WILLIAM JOHNSTON III Bill Transferred from Titusville High School, Titusville, Fla. 4. I If A l xl I I fx' sv X4 CHARLES W. JOINER Gyn I Charles X ,Qhf ul Ig - -J Football 3, Hi-Y 1, 4, Boys' sms 3. A ,X , ' DORIS ELIZABETH JONES J If A X, D . , I -. ons X ,X .IM NW K 'I' tw ' 'J 1 JY, gf- lf' LQ L ch 4 W UTD , GLORIA ANN JONES Gloria Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Intramurals 2, 3. RUTH ELIZABETH KASCH Rufus Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, Tennis Club 1, 23 Hi-Times Staff 4: Quill and Scroll 4. I 1 NANCY ROXANNA KARES Nancy Junior Honor Society 1, Senior Honor Society 3, 4g Scho- larship Award 2: Band 2. 3, 4. RICHARD TIMOTHY KELLY Dick Transferred from Wauw'atosa High School, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 3. ,XO A off , ROBERT PAUL KERCHER Paul Transferred from Southern Wesleyan Bible Academy, ln- tercession City, Florida 4. JERRY DALE KOENEMAN Jerry Transferred from Greensburg High School, Greensburg, Indiana 25 FFA 3, 4. LORAINE LA BONTE Loraine MADELINE J EANNE LAND Madeline Tri-Hi-Y 2g Ebb Tide 4g Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, Vice President 3, Treasurer 4g Art Club 3, Vice Pres- ident 3g FHA 4. JOYCE EARLENE LAMAR Joyce Tri-Hi-Y 2, Library Club 3g DCT 49 Legislative Council 4g lntramurals 2. JOAN ELIZABETH LANGSENKAMP I url y Transferred from St. Anthony High School, Fort Lauder- 'Q dale, Florida 4. KJU- ,3" Y -JLKJMX . i- KENNETH WARREN LE CAIN Kenny Football l. 25 Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2. 3g L Club 1, 2, Class Legislative Board 3, 45 Civitan Club 3, 4, Vice President 3. PAUL E. LEONARD, JR. Pal Swimming l, 2, Sports Manager 34 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, Red Cross Disaster Committee 3, 4. SEYMOUR ABRAHAM LEVIN Seymour ALFRED EUGENE LEwIs Gene Football 23 Hi-Times Staff 4. DAVID R. LEWIS Cracker Football 35 Track 3. SALLY ELIZABETH LIPHAM Liz Transferred from Milton High School, Milton, Fla. 4g DCT 4. ROBERT BRUCE LOCHRIE, JR. Buddy Transferred from St. Anthony High School, Fort Lauder- dale, Florida 2g Student Council Legislative Board 3g Student Council Executive Board 3, 43 Class Executive Board 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Red Cross Disaster Com- mittee 3, 4g Key Club 43 Most Representative 4. GEORGE JOSEPH LONGO Joe Football 1, 2g Chorus 25 Junior Red Cross 3, Red Cross Disaster Committee 3. IIVIXI , ab Vt LoUIsE JACKSON LovE Lulu Swimming 1. 2, 3, 4, All State 2, Majorette 2, L Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Honor Society l, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Class Legislative Board 3, Spanish Club 2, 2, 3. PATRICIA MAC GIBBON Patti Swimming 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD STOKES MACNEIR Mac Swimming 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Civitan Club 3, 4, Red Cross Disaster Committee 3, 4, Visual Edu- cation 1, 2, 3. Senior Honor Society 4, ' Club 3. I 1 54 . t I ' w Xlbcg' N .V V LM ' 1 I I NEILL FRED MCNATT ' lily!! I Wd Fred .1103 L 4' 5 uflvflootball l, 2, 3, 4, Civitan, Club 4, Chorus 1. N O V I A 4 HN 3 " Jfl Q, , LIBBY MACK .E N ldv vm I X X C lvl' VtBow1lng 1, Cheerleading 3, 4, L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, ,.. 1 A., - Chorus 1, 2, Pep Squeaks 1, Executive Board 4, Wittiest 4. I 261' X E 'I V 4 ' I V 1 N , EX ft? Yan! Sophomore Queen Attendant 2. GRACE POLLY LUCE Polly Ebb Tide Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Legislative Council 4, Class Executive Board 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Choristers 2, 3, 4, All State 3, 4, Sunmaids 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Intramurals i BETTY JOYCE MCCALL Bertha li I Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, All State 3, L Club 2, 3, 4, Tri- i-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Pep Squeaks 1. Y PATRICIA ALICE MCINTYRE Patsy Tri-Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 3, Art BENITA ALLEN MAHONE Bennie Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Scholarship Award 2, Ebb Tide Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, J 4, Treasurer 1, Student Council 1, Class Executive Board 4, Pep Squeaks 1, Spanish Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 2. MARGARET SARA MAINS Margaret Junior Honor Society 1, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Chorus 2, Girls' State 3, Intra- murals 3. LOUISE ALBERTA MARINI Louise Art Club 3, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Intramurals 2. FRANCES MAUDE MARTIN Fran 'N Transferred from St. Anthony High School, Fort Lauder- I dale, Florida 3, Swimming 3, DCT 4, Art Club 3, Presi- dent 3. ,l ff N' hy, Al ft' -ff , vu 1. fl 4.4 Q- I ,J l!L,41 JACK R. MERCY 2 Randy junior Honor Society lg Hi-Y 1, 4, Visual Education lg Senior Honor Society 4. SUE ADINI-3 MIDDLETON Sue Junior Honor Society lg Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 23 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Legislative Council ,2, 33 Sophomore Queen Attendant, Best All Around 4. ' JOHN MIZE John Transferred from Sycamore High School, Cincinnati, Ohio 3. A EDWARD KEENE MOHLER il Ed 3 , Football 2, 3, 43 Chorus 23 Civitan Club 4. 7 1 1 ' Q LOIs JACQUELINE MOORE Lois Intramurals 3. ALLEN MORRIS Boris Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 43 Key Club 3, 4g Class Treasurer. a 31 , kill JO ANNE MORRIS Io Anne Junior Honor Society 15 Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JOAN BARBARA MUSSELMAN Mussels Majorette 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Class Secretary 2, 3, 43 Junior Student Council 15 Treasurer 1, Class Exe- cutive Board 3, 45 Football Queen 4, Most Popular 4. digg, ,if ei .1 . -Lf ' J- THOMAS NEAL Tommy Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4. LOUISE ANNIE NEELEY Lucy Transferred from Columbia High School, Columbia, S. C. 2, Ebb Tide Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, Intramurals 2, Junior 1 Red Cross 3. I MARGARET LOUISE NELLER Maggie Junior Honor Society 1, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2, Junior Student Council 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Secretary 4, Latin Club 3, 4, President 4, Intramurals 3, Scholarship Award 1, 2, 3, Most Intellect- ual 4. GEoRcE LEE NICHOLS George Spanish Club 2, Visual Education 2, 3, 4. ff NANCY MAY NORRIS Nancy Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Ebb Tide Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Executive Board 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 1, 4, Choristers 3, 4, All State 4, Sun Maids 4, Nauti-Nymphs 2. KENNETH E. NORTON Kenny Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Visual Education 2. ANN BRYAN OLANDER Ann Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All State 4, Spanish Club 3, Intramurals 3. HARVEY O'LoUcHL1N Harvey Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, All State 3, 4, Big Ten 2, 3, 4, L 'Ib 2,f 3, 4, Vice President 4, Civitan 3, 4, Treasurer 4, HILVQ1, 2, 3, 4, Class Legislative Board 4, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Red Cross Disaster Committee 3, 4, Visual Education 3, Best Dance f "' 'ff' 71 4 LKZSHIRLEI MARGUERITE 0LsEN Shirley S anlsh Club 2 Intramurals 2 3 ""1l? MAYNARD OSBORNE D f Doc balI'J,, 2, Civitan 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, President 2, 4. THEODORE PALANT Ted Transferred from Miami High School, Miami, Florida 4. J OSEPH ERNEST PARKER Joe Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Student Council 4. ELVIN PARNELL Elvin Baseball Manager 3, Ebb Tide Staff 43 Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Times Staff 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 4. DIANA MARGARET PASQUALI Diana Transferred from Seabreeze High School, Daytona Beach, Florida 3, Ebb Tide Staff 4, Art Club 3, Secretary 3. JEAN ELIZABETH PECK Jeanne Swimming 2, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Scholarship Awards 1, 23 Ebb Tide Staff 4g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 43 Advanced Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 4, All State 43 Choristers 3, 4g Sunmaids 4g Art Club 23 Intramurals 3g Best Dancer 4. JIMMY GENE PECK Jimmy Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 L Club 2, 3, 49 Hi-Y 23 Class Legs ,X lature 45 Inter-Club Council 39 .lunior Class Pl y. fri if N l . , . , fn , my ,If , , f - . iff ,,lYf1,U f AQ! , 1 , . f if J fi 7,,jK,AW,I, Ap V Q , ,Lf ,,?f off., 4' 01 if N, N XI, A I fl ' Vt ,s57f,rf., jc iff UU ly Nfifgl IELEANOR PELOQUIN f 'TQLQ 'T '- lj I mf" ' Narcissa f --4-wg fi zlhsfe red rom Melrose High School Melrose Nlass 2 . .1 A IMT Ldf y CHARLES PFROGNER y , Cmlflfssf A IGM? AMW! Hi-Y 1, 2, civnan I in Spinish Club 1. my H .Sf i ' X . lx l I Ny iff all f jf ei., I, I pp .xt U PAUL PHILLIPS ' T XMI, X Paul I F f lx ' Junior Honor Society lg Senior Honour ci? 3,x Scholarship Award 2, 3, Band 1, 2, af 44,0 hes IH 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Spanish Award 3-g A llslate nd 4. B0 ' -' I ROBERT ANTHONY PITTM?Iii TN 'IA' L b ll I I QC I 1 Y T 1 Transferred from Palm Beach HighX,Q ool West 'Palm ' Beach, Florida 4g Hi-Y 4. lx f hi S l i - 1 sl -- i ':?1c,l'g-.1-,N , fl CTNI, Ink murals 3. Mi S,-,E A "K X -fs Transferred from Manheim Township High School, Nef- fsville, Penn. 4. HAROLD JOHN Harold ECHO MARIE REVELLE Echo Senior Honor Society 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y l3 Chorus 1, 23 FFA 43 Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JAMES NEIL PLACE Jim Football 23 Track 1, 2, 33 Civitan Club 3, 43 Director 3g Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. ' JOHN DAVID POWELL Johnny Football 2, 33 Boys' State 3g Senior Honor Society 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4g Key Club 4. REBMAN DOUGLAS ROBERTS Doug FRED RICHARD ROBERTS Fred Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, Vice Presi- dent, Secretary-Treasurer 23 Class Treasurer 3, 43 Junior Class Play 3g Thespians 3, 43 Wittiest 4. I I PRISCILLA ELIZABETH ROBERTS Pris Ebb Tide Staff 4, Co-Editor 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4g Thespians 4g Pep Squeaks 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, President 3, 43 Art Club 2, 33 Intramurals 2g Most Dependable 4. ROBERT CHARLES ROFFEY Bob Ebb Tide Staff 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Key Club 43 ,Junior Class Play 3g Student Council' 43 Class Legislative Board 3g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, 4, All State 3, 4g Choristers 3, 4, Manager 3, 43 Spanish Club 23 Thespians 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Junior Red Cross 33 Red Cross Disaster Committee 4: ucation 3, 43 Most Dependable 4. SHIRLEY JEAN ROSE JL' ,lean m Senior Honor Society 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 13 Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JOAN ROTHROCK foanie Tri-Hi-Y 43 Intramurals 3. ,Sf f J' f I J WILLIAM EDWARD ROWE My Wy , f L ,W . , X Bill 2 ' , 2, 3, Tr , , fl JV ootba ack 3 4' L Club 43 Hi-Y l, 2, 43 0 , . I l lx J l j 1, ,,' lg N 'K YVONNE EARLINE SAUNDERS iffy' X X Yvonne , Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Pep Squeaks 2, 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Intramurals 2. XX KATHERINE CLIFFORD SCARBOROUGH Katherine Chorus 15 Latin Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3. ELIZABETH LORRAINE SCHNABEL Bette Transferred from New Rochelle High School, New Ro chello, N. Y. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Advanced Chorus 43 Choris ters 4. CALVIN ONDERDONK SCHOFIELD, JR. Cal Transferred from McBurney Prep School, New York City, N. Y. 43 Swimming 4. KENNETH SHA1-'I-'ER Kenny Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 4, Red Cross Disaster Com- mittee 3. TERRENCE SHANAHAN Terry Football 2, 33 Hi-Y 4g Hi-Times Staff 4. TALLEY MACK SHARPE Mack Football 4g Baseball 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, All S1816 3, 4 Choristers 2, 3, 4, FFA 1. CHARLES ROBERT SHAW Chuck Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Baseball 2, 3, 43 L Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, 45 FFA 1, 2, Key Club 4. SANDRA SHAW , Terrie Transferred from Wilson High School, Portsmouth, Va. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. a Bb' .vlZz.f-f"'i?3 Qtr Ly BJ MARY SUZANNE SHEAFFER Sue Transferred from Ft. Pierce High School, Ft. Pierce, Flor ida 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4. f 4 PATRICIA FAITH SHERWOOD M ff JE? ofygfitftth 9' ff.-" lo ,. .IANETLOIESLE SHIELDS 7 I qtin C b 3: Intramurals 2, 3. Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: DCT 4, Reporter 4: Intramurals 3. SHIRLEY ANN SHULL Shirley Tennis 1, President 1: Tri'1-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. President 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: All State 2, 3, 4: Choristers 2, 3. 4, Secretary 4: Sunmaids 2, 3, 4: Intra- murals 3: Ebb Tide Staff 4: Most Talented 4. N JULES BEN SILVERMAN Jules Senior Honor Society 4: Civitan 3. 4: Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4. All State 4: Orchestra 3. 4: Boys' State 3: Scholarship Award 3. RONALD SLADE Ronnie Visual Education 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ANN SMITH Barbara Transferred from Miami Jackson High School, Miami, Fla. 2: DCT 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4: Achievement Award 3. , BETTY Jo SMITH Tennis Club 2, Secretary 2: Ebb Tide Staff 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Student Council 1: Intramurals 3. CONLEY RAY SMITH Smitty Transferred from Lakota High School Lakota, Iowa 3: Hi-Y 4. MARTHA DIANE SMITH Diane .Iunior Honor Society 1: Senior Honor Society 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4: Chorus 1, 2: Pep Squeaks 2: Intra- murals 3. Pat Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. 3: Legislative Board 2: Pep Squeaks l, 2' s SHELBY GRANT SMITH Shelby Football 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3g Student Council 3, 4: Class Executive Board 4, Thespians 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3. HAROLD LEE SPEAR Harold Football 13 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Hi-Y 3, Student Council 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choristers 33 Red Cross Disaster Committee 4. PETER D. STANTON Pete Civitan 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 1, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, 43 Class Legislative Board 3. JAMES GWYNN STAPLES, JR. Jimmy Junior Honor Society 1, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 33 Class Legislative Board 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 3, President 4, All State 2, 3, 43 Choristers 1, 2, 3, 4g Boys' State 3g Most Talented 4. JAMES ROBERT STIBAL ,lim Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 L Club 33 Civitan 3, Hi-Y 4. THOMAS PHELPS STOKES Tom Swimming 1, 2, 3g Ebb Tide Staff 45 Key Club 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Class Executive Board 4, Most Versatile 4. BARBARA RAE STONE Barbara Spanish Club 2, 3g Intramurals 2, 3. LINDA CAROL STONER Linda Junior Honor Society 1, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2, Vice President 1, President 2, Legislative Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Hi-Times Staff 45 Quill and Scroll 4, Spanish Club 2, 33 Art Club 1, 2, Executive Council 49 Most Likely to Succeed 4. HARRY IRVING STRANDHAGEN, JR. Buzzy Swimming 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Key Club 4. DAVID ALLEN STRICKLAND Allen Football 2, 3, 44 Civitan Club 3, 4, FFA 1. CAROLYN MARIE TERRONE Terry Tri-Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, 44 Class Legislative Board 33 May Queen Candidate 3g Best Lookin g 4. CHARLES IRv1N THOMAS Chuck x ' l LA VERNE TRUDEAU Trudy Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, L Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Student Council 1, Spanish Club 2: Thespians 4. HANS UNDERSET, JR. Hans Key Club, Boys' Club 3, Hi-Y 4, Student Council 43 Class Legislative Board 3, 4. RUTH ILA STUBBS Ruth Transferred from Miami Jackson High School, Miami Fla. 3. OLLIE GRAHAM SULLIVAN Sully Tennis 2, 3g Tennis Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 4. JERRY TILLOTSON Jerry Swimming 1, 23 Class Legislative Board 4, Student Coun- cil 45 Red Cross Disaster Committee 4. RAMON QUINN TINDALL Quinn FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4. CHARLES VIELE Chuck Hi-Y lg FFA 3, 4. RONNIE-LU WELLS Ronnie Transferred from Petoskey High School, Petoskey, Mich. 3. CHARLES D. WENGER Chuck Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Class President 3, Student Council 2, pians 3, 4, Best Personality 4. CHARLES WESTMORELAND Charles 3, 4, President 4, Thes- X-xx PATRICIA SUSAN WETHERINGTON Pat Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 4, Ebb Tide Staff 4, Chorus l, 2, 4, All State 4, Art 1, 2. JOAN GERTRUDE WEYGANT Joanie Swimming 2, 3, 4, All State 2, 3, L Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squeaks 1, Art Club 2. ,XX JAMES THOMAS WILBURN lim Tom Football 1, 2, 3, 4, L Club 3, 4, Civitan 3, 4, Secretary 4, Hi-Y 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 1, 3, 4, All State 2, 3, 4, Choristers 2, 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Junior Red Cross 3. ANNA SHELDON WILLIAMSON Ann Junior Honor Society 1, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Ebb Tide Staff 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. JOSHUA THOMAS WILSON, J R. .lash Transferred from Florence High School, Florence, S. C. 1, Football 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, All State 3, 4, Choristers 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Vice President 4, Junior Red Cross 2, President 2, Most Popular 4. SARA VAN WILSON Sally Transferred from Maine Township High School, Park Ridge, Ill. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Art Club 3, Intramurals 3, May Queen Attendant 4, Miss Fort Lauderdale High At- tendant 4. SHIRLEY ANN WILSON Shirley Tri-Hi-Y 4, Student Council 2, Chorus 4, All State 4, Choristers 4, Pep Squeaks 2, Intramurals 2, 3, Thes- pians 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Executive Board 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4. PATRICIA LEE WILSON Patsey Junior Honor Society 1, Scholarship Award 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 2, Choristers 2, 3, 4, All State 2, 3, 4, Pep Squeaks 2, Thespians 4, Intra- murals 3, Senior Honor Society 4, Junior Class Play 3. m"N'f""', .L NN X. g., Y X X 5 JUNE MARIE WOODWARD Tennis 2g Tri-Hi-Y Zf 3, 4, lntramurals 35 Chorus 4, Section Leader 4. MARGARET WooDwARo Peggy Transferred from Darien High School Darien, Georgia 33 FHA 4. x07FiiiQI!!r' ESTHER ANN WINKELHAKE Esther Tri-Hi-Y lg Executive Board 4g Pep Squeaks lg Intra- murals 3. JAMES LEE WOLVERTON Jimmy Football 3, 4, L Club 4g Civitan Club 3, 4. June a S BETTY Jo WRAINS Betty ,Io Chorus 1. 2, 3, 43 Art Club 33 Intramurals 3. JoY MARIE YARBROUGH Joy Transferred from Henry W. Grady High School, Atlanta. Georgia 33 Hi-Times Staff 44 Quill and Scroll 3, 4g Senior Honor Society 4. .pf f 2 i f 'Drk' ,X L R X n .,x. ' Nj. N N . NX rx-IL 1 X ,Z X Q y , V 3 ,XJ t, ,. kv ' le' N' ,SVN of-S f X 'L , -,L'X , ,I VX ELAINEYAWT r DN 1 V Q XX NJVX' Elaine X. -' AX xgsqffttming 1, 2, 3, 4, A11 state 2, 3, L Club 2, 3, 4, sec- ' -2 tar 4' Tri-Hi-Y 1 2 3 4. X ., fx re y . , . . QC f , V NLSKVDV GLORIA ANN ZOLI Ny XJ Gloria N Transferred from Torrington High School, Torrington, M Conn. 4. WALTER DUCKWORTH Walter DCT 4' Summer School Graduate JosEPH DONALD KONCILIA oe Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y lg Civitan Club 3, 43 Summer School Graduate. HARRY RUSSELL PoTTER Hal Transferred from Milford High School, Milford, Conn. 35 Junior Class Play 39 Hi-Y 45 Thespians 3, 4, Vice President 4g Summer School Graduate. 4g L Club gl gg f..'U1' 3 5' 'Q ,4 wr WL ,v'f as vi!! in UN --R s-vu 'D I gl. FQ HKJH Q7 UH H 'L Ml QEIJLIIPS L CLASS HISTCDRY Lookmg back through the mxrror of trme we brush the chalk dust from our eyes and revlew four unforgettable years of llfe at LHS Everyone told us these years were to prove the best years of our hves although sometxmes we were not so sure They were busy years filled Wllh many things semester exams school yells football games and patlo dances nd we all remember dozens of lncldents whlch made the saga of school years real and remembered to each of us Our flrst day as freshmen was an event' We felt lt was qulte an achleveme nt and began the year with hugh hopes The Freshman HtY and Trl H1 Y were soon organized anel many hastened to jom Most of the gurls were takmg Home Ec onomxcs and were experlenclng the horror of tastmg thexr fxrst cooklng ln one such class four budding poets lietty Faupel Ellen Baxley Cathy Dempsy and Nlarrlyn Albrekt sen wrote a poem whlch they dedicated to Nlrs Smalley ln srmple terms lt stated Englzsh IS fun And Latzn erm! be beat But lets glue up Home Ee And just go OUT and eat' Englzsh zs just dumb And Latm you ll repeat But you cant gwe up Home EC Cause Mrs Smalley lS too sweet In stnll another class Benlta Mahone and Carolyn Ter rone fought a duel wlth pms at flve paces Although therr sp1r1ts were somewhat dampened when they were lnformed that they would have to stay rn that afternoon they qulckly brightened when the teachers sxxth hour class gave her a surprxse shower and Carolyn and Bemta arrlved just 1n time for refreshments As a class we began to take an added mterest m school affalrs and gave our whole hearted support to the junior Student Councll and tts Presldent, Gene Brackett Clubs were of paramount mterest and some of the girls jolned the Pep Squeaks The Junxor Honor Soclety also enjoyed a successful year under the guldance of Wray Hammer Our year as Fresh men passed wrth amazmg rapxdrty and suddenly we were Sophomores Thrs marked the year of our frrst real orgamzatlon wrth Gene Brackett leadlng the class as President Needless to say, the hxghllght of the year was the Sophomore dance, Dreamers Hohday at whlch Nancy Champlm rergned as queen Her attendants were Patsy Grimm, Lourse Love Mar garet Chandeller Cathy Dempsey Joan Damels and Sue Mrddleton This was also the year that Glrls Intramurals began the bltter contests between the Blues and the Whites The gym dancmg classes started meetmg every Frrday and were looked forward to wlth varylng degrees of antlcxpatxon and apprehenslon The mauguratlon of the long homeroom perlods caused numerous dlscusslons 1n the halls ln the mornmgs There was just a touch of formaldehyde m the alr as biology became an Important phase pf school work And then almost before we had become accustomed to bemg Sophomores we became ,lumors Wrth a spurt of actlvrty that never dlmmlshed, we began our Jumor year under the able guldance of Chuck Wenger The hlghly successful class play My Sister Elleen pro duced a brlght star ,loan Damels ln the tltle role It was rumored that the backstage crew had just as much fun as the actors ln producmg thls entertammg comedy And Barbara Stone the prompter produced a comedy of her own when she tried to glve Hal Potter a hot foot WlllC'll he dldnt even notice The class learned to work as an organlzed unlt to produce sueh spectales as Harvest Moon the Tll8HkSl,,lVll'lg dance Many JUIIIOYS also took part ln the Mardl Cras put on by the Student Councll One of the most memorable of the patio dances was the Halloween Howl At about thls time the fa mous Rebel flag began to make its appearance at the foot ball games The upsurge of loyalty to the Confederate Cause brought real Southern smlles to the faces of Madeline Land, Jo h Wllson and Patsy Mclntyre Weeks of work went mto the May dance and pageant 'Nlay Memorns Carolyn Terrone and Barbara Nlus elman represented our class as the ,lunxor May ueen candldates And then hoopla and campalgn speeches mvadzd LHS cam cleared the results howed that Chuck Wenger was the peoples cholee for Pre ldent of the student body Pohtlcs agam became promment when delegates from LHS attended Grrls and Boys State rn Tallahassee lndlvrdual class mem bers were gtven recognition as Carolyn Green added new laurels to her Swlmmlng accompllshments and Jlm Staples was glven an award from the Harvard Club Then to clxmax all the act1v1t1es the Prom held at the fa mous Boco Raton Cabana Club m honor of the Senlors Thus we ended our most outstandlng year SENIORS It hardly seemed posslble that we could clarm thxs prlzed status Using our favorxte phrase Seniors frrst as a motto we began one of the most excltmg and eventful tlmes of our llves ,lean Crosby was chosen as the frrst Student of the Month and was followed ln thls honor by other worthy students Then came those sparklmg Chnstmas hohdays and the never to be forgotten Chrnstmas dance sponsored by the Semors The class members mamtamed thelr fme tradmon wlth the Senior play, Lzfe With Father and enjoyed another dramatlc success The approach of the long heralded Sklp Day was greeted with crres of joy and enjoyed wxth much hrlarlty Another 'strlctly for Seniors affair was the Senlor Tea at wh h everyone appeared dressed m hrs best feelmg qunte grown up and dlglllfled There was also the tradltlonal battle royal over the cholce of a May Queen who reigned graclously over the pageant and dance Our fmal hrgh school dance was mdeed a won derful memory It was the prom and glven rn honor of the seniors Then came Class Nlght whlch proved to he a re markable exhlbltlon of the class talent At last walking slowly to the strams of Pomp and Clrcumstance we wrote the close to the fmal chapter of our hrgh school career Graduation Lookmg agam mto the mlrror of tlme the past begms to fade but the bright light of the future glows wlth renewed brllhance e . ,, . . 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I .nfl Q: n as-2515 hx JUNIOR CLASS M .., 'W Wim WL iw Ixomzx ADAMS T QQIA LIL TFX CONE V cp Pr Suze t X cw U Dora Allen Valeria Banks Terry Barrows Tom Barrows Joseph Bennett Astr1d Bergman Grace Bohland Jean Bohland Jenelle Braddy ,lean Brady Betty J 0 Brittian Fred Brown kv' 1 Barbara Barnwell Barbara Barrer Joyce Bartz Ronald Beller Sue Bergstorm Jane Berryman Elgililrgth Booker Scott Boyd Arthur Branch Billy Bretz Gene Brown William Brown Sylvia Brunn Beatrice Bunting Harry Cahrll Dan Cannon J l 'WA an 3 Q Jaw X114 VM NJVVW 'W Rlchard Caro Harvey Carrler Robert Castlgllone Charles Charpentler Jacquelrne Coble Joseph Colarlsso Carol Combs Tex Cone Donald Burgess Carol Byrd Nancy Capozzl Terry Carllsle Ceraldlne Carter Pat Case Gordon Clark Patrrcla Cobb Maxme Cole Newton Colllns JH M if M George Conger J 1m Connor Mane Cooper Patr1c1a Cope Carolyn Covington Kenneth Cowart Shirley Croft Ronald Cueto Troy Curtls Carol Davis David Dellinger Shyrlee Dennis Shirley Drum xfivan Duckworth JuNloRs f 4 Donna Cornell Barbara Coeby KJ 5' l M12 we Jw I chardrQrane wr! Cr ,lim Culp William Cumberland Mary Jewel Davis Robert Davls Mary Ann Dexter Phil Drake Barbara Durgy Preston Durrill James Dvorak Wllllam Euchner Betty Jane Flood Thomas Force Clayton Gaffm Roger Galhon Zola Goodwin Wllllam Gordy Patrxcla Gran Dora Lee Cranato Blll Hamilton Enld Hammer X! R5 l Nfl 3 Y'-9 fo ,Q ,nv 1' ' 1 Georgla Evans Jams Fleher Howard Franklm Walter Frauman Suzl Gavm Jlm Gllbert Prescott Gould Wllllam Gramlth Wanda Green James Greene Jaclue Harrell Janet Hartman Donna Hausler Wllllam Hawklns Carole Hecker Edward Hecker Barbara Ann Hlcks Patrlcla Hlggms Terrell Holhngsworth Charles Horn Marllyn Howard LOIS Huether ,lean Hundley Dlck lndlcott Marcla Heath Robert Heaton Wllllam Hedleston Eddle Hegstetter M X l fwilllbm Hlllardf-jj Gerald Holland Robert Horne Vlrgmla Houser M8fl0H Huey Patrlcla Hulflsh Cleve Irby Sondra James Janet .laqulnta Benlta Johnson Audrey Kane Martha Kemp Don Klmbro Barbara Kmg V . l ,JV v ww -1 x QMEOLT f tt. JUNICDRS X. 'Nl C Jig Elleen Kocher lg Van Krew 3 5 QM 'XQ Darlene Kueker Carol Kulesh o ores L Gerald Lamar 5 ,A N iw .J Mfg, ff 1' 4 Solvelg Johnson Dlane Julm Heather Kendrlck Bernlce KlltlC Jerry Klsker Betty Knox Ray Kreulen Glenn Kroetz Nancy Kunkemoeller George Lacks Raymond Laney Gladys Laverne J ack Leach Lamar Lee Coldla Llles Barbara Long John Lowe Ted Lowe Estelle McCarthy Cleo McClendon Sally Frances McKn1 ht Carole McLay X, WN Anne Mason Jeanette Mears J 1m Lennon Anne Llles Mary Catherme Long Rlta Long Lloyde Lumpkm Richard McCall Myrna McCollum Robert McCullough Alan Manners Ted Martm Donald Mendez Bettye Miller Shlrley Moesly Patrlcla Moore J lm Mullen LOUISC Murray Howard Nlckerson Cracle Ollver Jxm Padags Wllllam P81g0 Ruth Pearson Norman Peck Betty Porter Esther Ann Powers N Ronald Morahan Elalne Morehead Lmda Nauss Nrchol 66 A James Otis Carolyn Overfleld Laura Ellen Parr Montle Pass Inez Peterson Robert Plumb Frances Purvines Robert Rankine Faye Reed Gary Reed Judlth Rehard Beverly Relnholdt Robert Richards Lee Richardson Blll Roberts Irene Roberts 'L-, Gu-V' ff aiffff JV if Ur More Suszllbfoessler Roger Ronek Henry Rosner Norma Jean Royster JUNIORS V March Rees Rlchard Reeve Thomas Renner Stanley Rhmes Anne Rlddle Roger Rmebolt rdf" .Maxme Roberts f Jack Rockett Claudette Rose Barbara Rose Gary Rushton Dave Russell Herb Sander Pattl Sanford Mlckey Scheu Alice Scott Robert Sensenbrenner Annette Servlce Claudette Shelbe Ellzabeth Sxbley Jo Ann Smlth Margaret Smlth Kenneth Snell Nettle Ann Sommerfeld JUNIORS 3 X-.Y 4' Kelly Saunders Jun Sax age Mary Frances Seaborn Joan Sengplel George Shaw ,lean Shaw Ed Slelght Jullan Slover Raymond Srmth Wllllam Smlth V1ncentG Sortlno Jon Sowrey Preston Spauldlng Alberta Stanford Joan Stockmger Dlana Swxft Ruth Thomas Carl Thompson Dorothy Mae Tlnsley Ehzabeth Tltterton Rlchard Treece Helen Trleste Allan Vanderschoot H L Vaughn ,xx JUNIORS is If ji 1 X! Bettye Steele Ehzabeth Stephens Fred Swmg Bobby Tennyson Rose Mane Thompson Judson Thornton Joan Tota Jo Ann Trahan Barbara Tutten Howard Tyler Sydney Vestey Bob Volz W UNIORS W Era Ann Volz Nancy Wallace Robert Weeks Ronald Wemert -1 Barbara onnam nt l D At ,leame Wllburn Dorothy Wllkmson Janet Wolve ton I YW? WWW Jw Carol Wackrow Everne Waskow J- u JoAnn Wethermgton B111 Wezerek Bob White Cralg Whntehead Donald Windham James Wolfer Ronald Worman Robert Woolard 'V B ,J f' -ef r - it T31 sf .QL ,c N .CWM ' ,f 1 R 14 sf -'gmc Ll '-Q KXLVHL who kg ww XE Vlu 1 LLLL f T " l -vv -f .Nikki . J - W B wlvi W 5 . l J W 3 'F . . NX' ll What 'll bb -f ' X . A . s 4 'X rf' 0-J SOPHCJMORE C ASS i ,Af OFFICERS RAI PH KEI LI' li V160 IJIKSIIIPIU HFC LEEBX Prvszdenf QUFWTIN H-XI SEY Trfusulvr SLS KN M XX HUE Se crvtary 'Q SCPHOMGRES Daniel Adams Margie Aitken Bruce Andersen Shirley Augspurger Jason Baker David Balthaser Guilford Bartlett Barbara Basford William Bates John Beatty Robert Berg Francys Berry Maxine Blackwood Carol Bletzer Cordon Boucher Marilyn Bouslog Margaret Amig Allen Anderson Kathleen Bailey Anne Louise Bain Herman Barnett Nora Barrows Jill Bass Tommy Batchelor Nancy Bellar Susan Benn Carey Black ell Faye Bishop Mg J MaryliSLBcfzh,ra1iQ1VN6y,. Roger Bond Gloria Bowman Mary Frances Bowne Edward Boyack Myrtle Branham Lamar Briley Noreen Brown Barbara Bullock Judith Bunten Kenneth Carlson David Carr Bob Casteel Pat Cervi Bob Clark Faith Clements Mary Frances Colvert Mary Coolidge Douglas Creighton Sandra Croft tfplfwfioftfl QD, n X K Joyce B er 'Av iw Bo ' wf if X ' t C - L Franklin Bryan K 0 3 ly X A X fllgjylliosyrilary Brown fy afw Mary Ca den fi. fmfff Bob Carroll Dolores Casner Peggy Chandler Donald Clanton Katharine Coffman Charles Coleman Jeanette Cooper Susanne Costa H B Cross Margot Croxton Mui A xx 13 JV iii, 3 If James Crum Yvonne Culliver Wayne Dameron Becky Daniel Helen DeBats Mary Ann Deiner Pat DePew Jeanne DeShields Karen Dixon Robert Donohue Richard Drum Lee Dudley Elaine Eby J im Egan Brenda Ely George Emmert Carolyn Curl Richard Curren Lee Danner Norma Davis Roberta Dempsey ,Ieann Denham Janis Dew Beverly Dilts Bill Douglas James Doyle Frank Duelund Janice Eastham Albert Ellis Asa Ellis Norma Emms Sally Erickson 25' r A F' , Sharon Evans Don Eward Jimmie Fields George Finch Phyllis Foley Edward Frykman Jannes Galloway Dorothy Garrett Al Goodbread Charles Gordy Dorothy Griffin Richard Haldeman Ernest Halleland Quentin Halsey Darbarzflrlanger Jackie Hardy Mary Lou Ferber Dorothy Ferrell James Fitch Richard Fletcher Eleanor Galbreath William Gaines Connie Gibson .lim Glass Bonnie Graham Doris Griffin Bob Hale Pat Hall Barbara Hammer Patricia Hammond Barbara Harris J lmmy Hartle f! Maryana Hartman Tom Hawkins Lorene Heberling James Hendon Charles Higgins Kathleen Hill V Bill Horkey Robert Houck Eugene Howell Bill Huegele Neil Hmphrys Charles Hunter Sue James Leonard J asco Mort Johns Audrey Johnson A x.-X y .J .lean Haynie Jean Heady William Hennessy Joyce Herbert Shirley Hogan Edward Holley Arlyne Howard Zona Howard Carol Huemmer Barbara Huffman Lorraine Jackson Gail Jahelka Martin Jelsema Paula Johantgen Howard Johnson J oe Johnson 1 Q I V N L in ., 2' Jllel .y QU L, A D' yrs L J h.. 1 fa ' -E3 I Donald Johnston Barbara Jones Rosetta Justice Mary Ann Kane Barbara Kin Charles King? K 'XJ' .J ef ,S 9 ,f-, J Iii, TJ ei K' Gertrude Klima Kiyoshi Kobayashi Josephine Krips Dolores Lail Annette Lee Peggy Lee Norman Lindell Bettye Jo Lindsey Charles Long Betty Lovendahl PQX r Jay J ones Joan Jones Ralph Keller Marilyn Kendrick Jerry Kinsey Janel Kisker John Kovas Carol Kretzler Shirley Lamar Carol Landry Reg Leeby Layte Levy Patricia Ling Carl Lockmiller Eddie Lozier Charles Maddera . fi' X 'A if . -of e q! W ,Q N S9 -Z' . jj, f r I i' Sharon Magda Pat Mahone Suzanne Maloy Mari Helen Marsh David Maxweli Susan Mayhue HX 'QR 'i -my ski Yormick ray A if Alice McKee Neal McLemore Edward Miller Muriel Miller Paul Miner Pete Mitchell Tom Munson Patti Murphy Bill Mains R' h 4 M ' iVvL"6 lQ,ffw?32ljjpj,j I fl, Yew A,f"'4 x Marilyn Mathews Harve Mattull LaVerne McCannon Louise McCaughan Gordon McCully A. C. McDonald Richard McMillan Geraldine Mick Bob Millikan Naomi Mincey Robert Mitchell Louis Mullins Donna Myers Pat Myron Q- tt.k , l I f1 Davis Nichols Juanita Norman Roberta Ours William Packard Patty Parker Warwick Paul Richard Perry Gerald Petley Jacqueline Plant Pat Pogue Robert Poweleit Sue Powell Bernita Quoss Anita Randels Jim Reilly Shirley Reinholdt Robert Olsen Sara Jane Osman Gayle Page Toby Parnell Russell Pegler Patricia Penningt Bill Phelps Sarah Phillips Norma Jean Pollard Elizabeth Porter Geraline Pullen Q? Peggy Purcell Donald Reames Donald Reaser Tommy Rembert Margaret Rice Robert Richard Riley Richardson Donn Robinson Dot Robinson Bill Rodgers Roy Rogers Alice Ross Dorothy Sanders Tom Sanzobrino Richard Sargent Jon Schmidt Allan Schwarb Elsie Shaw Susan Shay Bobby Shull Bob Sillers Ann Roberts Barbara Ann Roberts Rose Marie Robinson Helen Rode Shirley Roosa David Rootes Merilou Sanderson Roger Sanford Robert Savino Rachel Scarborough Shirley Sewell Bob Seybert Janice Shilander Ronald Shoquist Ronald Skinner Yvonne Smiley 1 XL Sandra Smith Mary Rose Smochek - A L 1 T X IJ Gary Snyder i f Eula Sommerfeld Helen Sparling LM! ,2,,,Z,,,, Z! Tom Speck Z ' 6 RonaT William S Jean Stanton Sara Staples Joy Stevens Mary Anne Stephens Richard Stowe Charles Straut Gail Stuart Frances Sturgis Charles Swearingen Patty Tatum Fred Thomas Ronald Thomas Arnold Steinmetz Cordon Stephens Sidney Stephens Charles Stewart Claudene Stribling Jerry Strom , f. 'S va lykllkz Luv!! Jim Sullivan Robert Sulte Nancy Taylor Astrid Tindall Don Thompson Jolene Thompson ci X-l4JT,Cfu7g1x,'-AL fig: ,pf Judy Thrasher Barbara Jean Townsend Undine Underwood James Vann Beverly Vickers Mary Vines Margaret Walker ihirley Wally: V , MI. I ,. i, if .Q o ,ey I y Alitha Weidner Myron Weiss' Al West Gladys White D nald Wills a W rams filly John Willis Ellen Wilson 41 5,04 film 5j'Cff" ,LJ.f,,,f'.af6fL .Zhu 4 QQ-..-,I wwf vw' Aix fum Charles Trautwein Harvey Tretsky Miriam Van Nus Howell Varnedoe Phil Wahlbom Barbara Walker Kerin War Shirle a wl,,,ff g9 ya Tommy Welch Donald Wells Norma White Manfred Will Jack Williams Patricia Elaine Williams Mildred Wilson Richard Wilson Lawrence Wood J ack Wright Dean Yates 9 fvjy , J immy Yates W, gg., .r M fiwfvt Ab. Maurice Wright Io Ann Yarr I Cl 'ff' 1' 1' A1Eff'P'i: 1: N '-Q- ar . . 'F 1 . 4 'Mir J' I5 ff: E QW3wx.Q uhm- , ,ak , Y!! X, 'I f - 3 lfwfixgibglfv 39' W Q , vu Q Q . 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Susan Chamberlam Evelyn Chumbley Wllllam Cleland Donald Cllnes Donald Colby Paula Cole Faye Corley Nedra Cowart Ruth Cowart Clara Cox Sally Crlppen MHVIS Croft Rosalea Croft Ellen Crowley Louls Allen Culbreath Mary Lou Cunnrngham Benny Cutcher Charles Dahlgren Patrlcla Danner Dale Davls ,ff Cllr: tme Brown ll irrlett Brown ll lrrlet Brown ,lame Brown ,Iaclx Brown Q? 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'ls--.. VAR ITY ,Q K K x ws 'iw al? Y' If f E M 5... S..-1 FOOTBALL MANAGERS Bottom row left to rlgllt Kenny Snell John qaluno H B Croes Top row Ralph Keller Elxm Parnell Bob Core v ' R- - o Q 13. l I V YQ 5 4 F l , is .. , , I " jg e X .-f v? 1 f M: ll 0 Qu, x I l W . X . 1 . so S A A, 7 N J 7 we fm ! I f s , , W A . V K 1 ll 2 ' 0 ff , 1' Q :N 'tx is V 5 ,L A , offs - Q - .' .gl ' l it Asa , K - ggfiag. . 3 , fe 4 ly K - KK K , , L Q . 2 ' W : NA X . N Y ,M , V' 'l"".f jc: ' . 1 sv , .5 .K M. A ,..,..,+. f H! ' ' We - 5 M g , .-, v f .:L,.:'f',.. . 7 V ' . Y ,' .-""""f Bush CO CAPTAIN9 of the 1951 Football Team Joe Hu zty and Chuck qhaw TQ 5.35 'Nw' lv' 0 F f A I f I x 'uri JUNIOR VARSITY S ,K+ -.,j T 4 ' 4 :XM f 1. 'Q' T '. . . . S K . is I " ""'-"""" J " -- I , ' A 'Sy N "HE: iii if-7 y : Qg' A 1 , W av 3 V , W 1 PQ? A "' 5'1" 15.31 1 , ,f Q. -1 .J xv 0- f '19 , wi'5 if W Lp ' 5 l 5 asia I mn - - . fain' 'Eu 'iffy wal A MIKE HOLT Right End E 1" Q, X ' 2-4' ? l g . M C CHALMER CAUDILL ic Left Guard 4 1 ' A :lil Allen Morris, Varsity, and Harvey O'Toole, Jr. Varsity, received congratula- BOB ARMSTRONG tions from Mr. Childers upon winning most valuable player awards. Riilhi Tackle A 'G X5 JOE HUSZTY CHUCK SHAW BENNY BAKER LOYD CAMPBELL Left End Center Right Guard Right Guard 'fe- -' 7 , ,ic f 1 X qi? .5 if B! 1' qs '1 n v a,' 0 fd f ' v ,m Q, PEG The 1951 edition of the Flying L eleven met with mild success as they won four of their gridiron encounters, lost two, and tied four. Many new faces were present in the ,51 lineup as Coach Irvine sought to replace many of the regulars of the great '50 L eleven. In their first game Sept. 20, with Miami Jackson the L's were hampered by inexperience as they fumbled the pigskin six times. Four recoveries by the Generals greatly aided the 39-6 defeat of the L's. The lone L touchdown was scored when George Shaw carried the ball around right end on a six yard touchdown run with ten seconds left in the game. One week later the L's bounded back with a win over South Broward. The Lis showed improvement on offense as well as defense as they battled the Bulldogs into submission. Touchdowns by left half- back George Shaw and fullback Jim Egan in this thriller. Tex Cone quarterbacked for all but one play of the game, a rarity in modern football. On Oct. 5, the L's met Miami Edison in their first home game of the season. ln the first half of the game the L's played one of the best games of the season, as they held the Red Raider attack to insignificant yardage gains. Fighting to main- tain the 6-0 advantage, resulting from Tex Coneis touchdown sprint late in the first first quarter, the L's were successful until late in the second quarter. SKUN Then, with two minutes left in the first half. Edison scored a quick touchdown. ln the second half the L,s could not hold the powerful Edison attack in check. The Raiders then scored three more touch- downs much to the disappointment of the 6,500 fans on hand for the expected upset. The L's could not gain enough power to score another touch- down and the game ended with Edison winning 25-6. The Lake Worth Trojans moved into town for the next game of the season on October 12. Click- ing for yardage through the air, the L's rolled to a convincing 20-6 victory over the Lake Worth aggregation. Don Kimbro took possession of the quarterback slot for most of the game, with Tex Cone handling the chores of defensive quarterback. Passes by Kimbro set up two scoring plays for the Ls' during the early part of the game. The L defensive team held the Trojan eleven to small gains on the ground and air as the L's won their second game of the season. Julia Landon, long a thorn in the sides of the L's, was the next opponent to face the L eleven. Held down by penalties, the L's were lucky to gain a 0-0 tie with the Lions in the Gator Bowl. Late in the last quarter the L's came up with a brilliant goal line stand. With a first down on the Blue and White four inch line, the Lions were unable to score. Traveling across the state to meet the Tampa IIEZQDUN Jefferson Dragons. the Lis notched victory number three in Tampa,s Cigar Bowl. Although the Dra- gons drew first blood in the game the Lis quickly overcame the deficit to win 19-14. With Kimbrois quarterbacking the L's displayed aerial precision in the passing attack. Victory was costly as many of the starting eleven were forced to the side- lines with injuries. Miami Beach gained a 6-6 deadlock with the lfs before 11-.000 surprised spectators at Stranahan Field. A decided underdog. the Typhoons provided a well-balanced attack as they held the L's to a single score. The Beach line was a stone wall when necessary and for the most part held the L backfield to a minimun of yardage on the field. Charles Baxley, filling in for injured George Shaw. was impressive in the left half slot. For their next game the Lis invaded Cooley Memorial Stadium to tackle the West Palm Beach Wildcats. Scoring two touchdowns in the waning minutes of play, the L's were able to take the Big Ten clash from the neighboring upcoasters. The L's began the second half sporting a 12-0 deficit. The first L score came on a pass from Cone to Egan in the third quarter. The two final touchdowns came with less than a minute to play in the last D UP quarter. The second touchdown came on another pass play. and the third came by an intercepted pass. making the final score 20-12. Lakeland was the next team to face the Lis. Crowning of the football queen. Barbara Mussel- man. was part of the festivities for the night as the L's met the upstate Big Ten team. The Lls gain- ed a statistical advantage mer Lakeland although the contest ended in a tie. The lfs were leading in the game on two different occasions but the power- ful Dreadnaughts equaled the performance each time. Offensively the Lis had a well-balanced at- tack as they gained 241 yards on the ground and 92 via the air lanes. Score? 13-13l Homecoming was on tap for the final game of the year as the Lls battled the Coral Gables Cava- liers in a Turkey Day game on Stranahan Field. Some 4.000 fans witnessed the fray which saw the underdog Gables eleven upset the prognosti- cators by tying the L's. Kimbro scored the final L touchdown of the year as he plowed through the Gables line on a quarterback sneak. No scoring was done after that until late in the game when the Cavaliers passed to a touchdown with one minute to play. The attempt for the extra point failed and the game ended in a 6-6 deadlock. -.J ,Ln if asf' Kpn- pzmewfw-W-Q-nm. ,..v-' N O .ew B J ww, Q: Ik- f ,-V'-r X .-1 .0 -fr Af-,J lv 3.- wx. 4, XAH J. 2111- XF' 5 I ,Vo- w 465. 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Then in rapid succession the Lis met the Miami Beach Typhoons, The Miami Jackson Generals, the Tampa Plant Panthers and the Tampa Jefferson Dra- gons. On this series of road trips the L cagers posted their seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth straight victories of the season. St. Petersburgls Green Devils were the next team to visit the local courts. The Green Devils were, at the time, considered the best team on the West coast. With a string of eight consecutive victories, the Devils expected to wrap up their ninth win at the expense of the L's. At times, it appeared that the Lis were in for one of their rough nights. Going into the second half the lead repeatedly changed hands as one team and then the other scored a basket. In the last five minutes the capacity crowd in the L gym was in a continuous uproar. Then with just two minutes left in the game and holding a one point lead, the L's decided to freeze the ball. This was successful for a minute and thirty seconds, but then, Bill Huegele got the ball under the basket and promptly scored two points to give the lfs a three point victory -19-4-6. The following week the L's met the West Palm Beach Wildcats for the second time and again walked off with another win but this time scored their highest point total of the season-75 points. Friday night, February 1, the Lis met the Lakelanr' Dreadnaughts on the West Coast Courts. As ex- pected the L quintet won another ball game but this time it wasn't such an easy job. With an unblemished slate the L's were ttf target of every team they met and such was the case with Lakeland. The Dread- naughts held the Lis in check for a good part of the ball game but did not have the material to beat the Lis. The following night the Lis moved over to the gym of the St. Petersburg Green Devils in what was billed as the toughest game of the year for the L's. Beaten by only three points away from home, the Green Devils were accorded a good chance to break the L's skein of wins. With a crowd of some 2,000 partisan St. Petersburg fans on hand, the L's put on one of their most brilliant exhibitions of basketball seen all year. As the first few minutes of the game elapsed it became evident that the L's were having one of their better nights. By the end of the first quarter the Las had rolled up an impressive 21-3 lead. This lead con- tinued to grow and by the halftime intermission they were holding an amazing 42-13 point spread. As the last half wore on, the St. Petersburg fans resigned themselves to defeat as the L's continued to hit a good percentage of their shots. Although at one time the Green Devils had narrowed the margin to a com- paratively small 19 points, the Lis posted a 74--53 tri- umph. Coral Gables again fell before the Lis in a game in the Cavalier gym. Later in the same week, teams representing Jefferson and Plant of Tampa met with defeat at the hands of the L cagers. The Plant game was reasonably close with the L's coming out on top 58-52. The following week the L's trampled the Miami Beach Typhoons and the South Broward Bulldogs. Immediately there was talk of an undefeated season. Never before had such an event taken place at LHS, and the students were ready to take up the chant of an "unbeaten" season. Miami Jackson gave L fans a scare when they faced the L's on the courts of the Caldwellmen. At the end of the half the L's were two points behind and Jackson still showed life. Fans began to breathe easier later in the game when the L quintet forged into the lead. At the beginning of the last quarter, the L's began to show their old form as they raced to a 15 point lead which they held for the remainder of the game for a 55-40 victory. With twenty wins and no defeats the Lis went into the final game of their schedule. Miami Edison had taken it on the chin from the Lis earlier in the season and were out for blood. As the L's were unbeaten, the Lauderdale fans wanted it to stay that way and as a result turned out en masse for the game in the Red Raider gym. With a capacity crowd on hand the Red Raiders took an early lead. L partisans were gloomy as the Red Raiders held a 32-7 margin at the end of the first quarter. Toward the end of the first half, the L's began to show life and nar- rowed the margin to a two point Raider lead by half- time. Early in the third period the L quintet grabbed an eight point lead. This was short lived, however, as the Red Raiders quickly struck back. In no time at all the Edisonites were again holding a lead. As the game ended the score was deadlocked and the game was forced into overtime. ln the overtime period the L's were first to score on a free throw by Mike Holt. Again the Raiders quickly pulled into the lead with a basket. 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"Saga any 4. , WF" W .Q "4 'v 1 :- ,JY 'Sgfex 'MN-....,,., .ag-f ,xgvprffh-S rf 5, X 1 HMMUNG LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS TOM LAMAR Coach SWIMMING IN 51 Flu 1lXII1g L SNNIIIIIIIPTS COIl1lllllt"fl their Wllltllllg ways durmg 1951 as luoth the l nurpvuds 'Ind mermen remained unbeaten ln hrgh sfhool Ill ct W th Stltcrs linda Royce Carolyn Creen loan Weygant Jackie Bur ard l'ld1Ilt Xawt Betty McCall Julie 'VIon1nger and Maggle llumlt thc I mcrmaxds had no serlous competltlon a they spla hed t ns mer ten opponents Carolyn Green left another broken record md as she swam the 100 yard backstroke 1n 1 13 The team also won the hu h chool champlon hlp and came ln flrst ln both the AAU Senlor Woman s Indoor 'ind Outdoor meets The boys team also went through thelr schedule wlthout a defeat m hlgh school COlTlp?1l1l0I'l Terry Carllsle provlded the outstandmg feat of the year for the boys as he copped All Amerlcan honors rn h1s sophomore year Terry Carhsle Bob Carter and Harvey 0Lough11n made A11 State durlng 1951 I95I SWIM SCHEDULE GIRLS' 1951 Stale Hzgh School Champs South Broward West Palm Fort Meyers Mlaml Jackson Lake Worth West Palm St Petersburg NTIHIHI Jackson Graham Eckes LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS BOYS 1 1951 Bzg Ten Conference Champs 1951 Slate Hzgh School Champs 21 59 West Palm Mamland Mlaml Jackson Lake Worth St Petersbur Tampa Plant Hxllsborough Ft Meyers Mlaml Jackson Mamlamd Lake Worth 221 Se' S. rl Az -. at ,B kj - ,,, 4 V' 1 . , . 1 N y V , 5 . . . . x I 'J V . 5 J - L! H ,,,,... .L . 56 - ,, ., ,. , , I9 ,,,,,, L ,,A,,,w,, 43 ' , .,,,,,,,,,,,,, 52 ' ' .,,,,,,,,.,, ., 23 wv,,,,,.,A-,,,,, 53 ,,,,,,,,-Y,,,, N22 LHS, ,t,,,,,,t,ttt 53 South Broward ,,,,,, 22 LHS ,,,,-,,,,,..,,., 4.5 West Palm ,,,,,,,,,, ,,t,W,30 L, ,,,t,...t.,, A-9 ,,,t......c....c,,,,,,tt 26 AA1-.,,,,-w,4,4. 50 , g ,,,,,,,ttV,1 25 vox'- ,.,..,-ni dv Q Q 3 CAROLYN CAROLYN GREEN Graduatmg from LHS thlS year 15 Carolyn Green the greatest swlmmer ln the hlstory of the school Holder of 4-2 dlfferent champ1onsh1ps and 35 records Carolyn IS the world s fastest swlmmer ln the 1500 free style She began her swlmmmg career as a sopho more and she has steadxly progressed under the able dlrectlon of Coach Lamar In 1950 she was named to the All Amerlcan Swlmmlng Team and m 1951 was also placed on the Pan Amerlcan Oly mplc team In the 1500 meter free style Carolyn shaved 33 seconds off the prev1ous record and holds the Amerlcan Natlonal and Worlds record for that event Greeme now holds 42 free style backstroke and breast stroke champlonshlps 1n Southern Peach Southern lnvltatlonal and Natlonal com pet1t1on J 21' 1,3 Q -O ia 14.65 91 1 I 93191 Q swf 1g,fxnN N- 17 iii... 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GLF The l05l Flying L golf team ended the season by taking fifth plave in the state tournament played at Luke Worth ln the meet Bruce Remgburg advanced to the Champmnslnp flight wslult George Dunlap and Tom Mlcek both quallfled for the seuwml flight I nr the 1952 wagon the L golf team had fnc players to form the core of the team AIN DY KR USE Sponsor 4 6 ,,f" 5 6 ff BILL HEDLESTON BOBBY WEEK? BUCKY HORNOR X: lv 1 . LN . 1 - Y v a E Q x. 1 1 L 1 1 I , D - ' . . 7 1 . l f' - t ' 'I ,M V - , P ' . L I .f- I .V 1 , h x ,, n 8, X V' 'I l , X , ' A vfff 4' f " 'L l , . , if 1 A Ll f L . 1 ef, 'af.ff,,ff-3 A-1 ,J J ff-K' ' 4, ' fp. ' gp 7' ,xf I, 'iv-ir"',+'L 'Aw " -K " dv Z qv V ,y3.'k , tg af ar, ' ,,'r, ' , , lf 1, . .K ' L I IRECESSS IQINIIN X. 'X , S Qw- 1' E 3 lif- mv ERT ,f" ,44" . mx 4 , ' 5 Mi J ' A ' .. s K infix X 8 L 3 x ' ' I 6 A HX wyvmwggw. .. "' V A Mu hX 1? - C M83 G, H " - Q Tx? ' A, ,'.2-an 1-fi , 1' yww M, 4 1 f -- K 5 ,,-, ,,j If T- - , J T.-. 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""'""'"""""""""""' Q o"""""" Q ' . , , - - - ' , .-........,.,...,................. Sharon Adams . - ----V-------------N - - ' ---.------.4----P,---------.---.- VL'V.--',-, , ' ---nun-0-H--nn-W---Y--u------H , 1 9 . , , . ' s 9 1 -------------------- 9 - 3 mi' W' Left to rlght Pat Balley Benlta Mahone and Betty Jo Smlth X 3 J, I 0 Nw Left to rlght Elvln Parnell, Tom Stokes, and SUSIE Clapp WCM' E . T,-A v L EI? ' A 1, V . - f 'Y fx v A I E, . A fn 1,5 Exh. L. x 'X ' M " I - Uj 1' do ily! H' lj .-df ,Lf A,J.jL ' ' . l ' I 'V 'xi 5 k I ,I ' VJ LAXULW ff ' ' -XIV' ' ,A ' 4' if I jd . 9 .H - , A v , U 1 A Q QV L I' p i YA , L"'gw.. 3 - t :., 3 do Left to rlght Sue Roeesler Kellv Saunders and Shlrley Gustlne Left to right: Louise McCaughan Marie Jenson Madeline Land Bob Castigllone. and Lucy Neeley. '-is 8,5 f 'XX Qt " jf eft to right Jean Peck Pat Cervi Nancy NOYTIS and Sharon Adams ,, Left to right: Tom Dumper, Carol Bryan, Zola Goodwin, Patsy Grimm, Shirley Shull, and Ann Williamson. W Left to rlght Bob Roffey Polly Luce Jean Cadenhead and Pat Wetherlngton M 4 I if Q' M MJUNES HE DE MNC' T NXU5 V ANYTHING FOR A NEW ANGLE' L-ff TH STAFF lu. BREATHING SPELL WORK E AT EA E ' 'T be W A A G 5 ' A X , L ETI ROMAN S unt Et tu, Brute" The purpose of this club is to gain a more thorough knowledge of Roman Life, customs and lan- guage and to understand better the practical and cultural value of Latin. It is open to all who are doing passing work in Latin or who have already obtained two credits in Latin. uf SENICR STUDENT COUNCIL CHUCK WENGER President is? V5 is UE M CAT' . ' if Sv ice Prdlden -S'f'r'rer0fl'ET0fV C.S. VAN ARSDALL Head Sponsor DEPARTMENT of STATE DEPARTMENT of TREASURY Bob Roffey, ,loan Daniels, Chairmang Derryl Grace. Margaret Chandelier, Barbara Hanger, Chairmang Margie Aitken. SOCIAL CAL DEPARTMENT of INTERIOR DEPARTMENT Of COMMERCE Norman Peck, Mickey Scheu, Chairmang Joe Parker. Cleve Irby, Phil Drake, Chairman: Reg Leeby. .ggi Shelby Smith student ticket chairman and Linda Stoner publicity chairman Fort Lauderdale High School Senior Student Government is divided into three divisions-Executive Council, Leg- islative Council, and Inter-club Council. The Executive Council is composed of seven elected members and eight appointees, and the Legislative is com- posed of an elected representative from each homeroom. The third division of this organi- zation, the Inter-Club Council, is an associate group composed of the elected heads of the different clubs on the Calllplli. Johnny Powell chairman of Fly ing L pencil sales 3 , if . 1, L.. .- s- V . ' '. . ,uk .v ' , . y . V S Q 1, Buddy ' - .. . . ' ' I-11? 'ff 5749 Lochrie Concession Stand Chairman with his assistants. l and SPONS0 Hamel H RSND Secretariesi Balham ertocgiiiioijvis Kfiigeihz' Barringer L Assiiwlant Neller. ' Maurice Sci, S' Van Arsd IeweH.Yn Mafgafet mich, 118 M au' Rob. 86 Bryant. LEGISLATIVE CGUNCIL 1 Qual. Flrst row Beverly Vnckers Jolene Thompson Barbara Tutten Toby Parnell Goldla LIICS Second row Jeanne De Shleld Sue Roea ler Jean Stanton Lue Anderson Lmda Stoner Joyce Lamar Joyce Bartz Carol Byrd Myra Grantland Th1rd row Don Macnexr Jerry Tlllotson Tom Byrd Terry Carllsle Bob Casteel Ralph Keller Hans Underset I lbdl JUN! 557 Ii Html 4.-L...?3,5 f wk.. N' FAITH CLEMENTS Szckroom Chazrman mf , JANIS FISHER Head Messenger 'P'-P' . A ' A -. A 5 V . . Z' V s BX F .. . K , - ' 1 r J f y V J .4 'il V . , I A . v g A A f W J t P V ' - f Q ' xi 813 4 the 1. X S I ' 1 ' . , , . ' ' - 'I ' S, -S . , , ' , , . , , - ii ' J or 11 -U Fas, 2 'rWi'.5 'S U A' Olliix Nfl MAR. A lx , 'Ly -. 5 W W . ' X' W E 23: :tiir E .. M ' .f N ef -N l fl A Mx! f N 'R' 1 ' A-Q 1--L . S- ' e f A L J . f K 7 mmm if M V PATIO MAINTENANCE KEY CLUB 9g ,Q f or s ' l 'WJ' i com ST AND ' Q f ' A ME CEREM0 The local Key Club, sponsored by the Ki- wanis Club, was established in 1936. lt was the third club of an international organization now consisting of over nine hundred clubs. Key Club is a service club of the school. The members, chosen for leadership, char- acter and good scholastic standing, are elect- ed from boys of the Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes and are approved by the fa- culty and members of the club. ROV YM Fred Roberts Treasurer' Tommy Byrd Presidentg Terry Car 9 a 1 SPX lisle, Vice Presidentg Allan Schwarb, Secretary. SENIOR HCJNOR SOCIETY RQ .IUNICDR MEMBERS l Qt 7' W ' f s . o - W , A f I B Q, 9 F B is , tb -7, 'ff' 'F' t -' lt- ' f ' i R' ., 5? . At . I F ,N ' X , , """" r t ' et 1 ,........' S ' f . f X . CD l Y ew., ' . ' is . Q ,QT , ,Q - --1 t We Ao' - . .X,, W r f' nn . . T 25 ft ii, , t 'A.. E W ' 3 - t S . First row: lrene Roberts, Marcia Heath, Sue Gavin, Carol Byrd, Shirley Drum, Patty Cobb, Linda Nauss, Barbara Cosby. Dolores Lagiglia, Anne Liles, Jo Ann Trahan.- Second row: Dora Allen, Joyce Bartz, Diana Swift, Janet Hartman, Anne Riddle, Marilyn Howard, Alberta Stan- ford, Carol Combs, Lois Huether, Barbara Ann Hicks, Sue Roessler, Marion Huey. Third row: ' ' ' R Preston Durrell, Terry Carlisle, Jim Gilbert, ,lim Mullen, Bill Smith, Maxine Cole, Henry osner, Preston Spaulding. The purpose of this club is to create an enthusiasm for scholar- ship, to stimulate a desire to ren- der service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character. Membership consists of Juniors and Seniors and is based on schol- arship, service, leadership and character. X,' Tr X sf , V ki X1 'Xi I First r ' 0 . ' t fafian. W: Jin! one, S ' f 1 W my Q Pvrez Fay H sfaple ary- M ammer, P Sf Vice Ig .argaret Ch rmffenf. 'eS"'fef'r4 Tomangeffer, Tr ,Vrd P easllrer l Hrliame ll JUNIOR H0 OR SCJCIETY chuck P1-esid CibS0n A18 Ent: Y V' BQOK ST Charm yuan. 5" "fx Reporliaadia iiilnizesidenzi R Gan Yeovil i red Wakemiivreraryflgg Douglas X Schusieii thleen 'W f Tffnsurerildra Var., at 8 Clilendefson' First row: Richard Gary, Susanne Housand, Pamela Wright, Shirley Hill, Lorraine Glover, Celia Landford, David Shaw. Second row: Irving Figge, Mary Lou Cun- ningham, Peggy Schippers, Susan Bower, Luanna Krause, Jeannine Boyd, Sharon Montgomery, Bobby Bohannon. Third row: Ann Schaiberger, Shirley Watier, Betty ,Io Toler, Grace Cattavi, Nancy German, Gwen Harrell, Fred Fossler, Mrs. Cason, Sponsor. Fourth row: Dick Nichols, Gail Burgess, Carol Miller, Mary Ellen Williams, ,loan Sparling, Ruth Lund, Robert Tobias. The purpose of this club is to promote scho- larship, honor, and personal integrity. One must have at least a ninety average to be a member. Some of the projects are public initiation, lost and found department, and the picking up of books after school. SCRAP BOOK Jerian McGranahan, Dorothy Rutz, Patsy Levy, Phyllis Simon. Standing: Victor Harke, Jim Frank- lin, Bucky Hornor. JUNIOR STLIDE T COUNCIL ELIABETH PINDER Bucky Hornor, Presidentg Celia Langford, Secretaryg Jimmy Geiger, Vice Presidentg Carl Schuster, Treasurer. if, K ARTHUR WOLFE l H , This year the Junior Student council spon- sored Stunt Night, the Variety Show. St. ,Q Patrick's Day Dance. and co-operated with ' many Senior Student Council activities. E' x COUNCILMEN George Marley, Robert Bohannon, Dorothy Rutz. L api First row: Celia Langford, Allan Walsh. Fred Wakeman, Robert Bo- hannon. .lo Ann Woodell. Second row: Patricia Griffin, Ted Frauman, Ralph Douglas. Jimmy Geiger, Carl Schuster. Bucky Horner, Dorothy Rutz. Third row: Chuck Gibson. George Marlt-y, Albert Houghting, Camille Jorgensen. Paul Sullivan. Jimmy Franklin, Victor Harke. UDIO-VI UAL EDUCATIO ,........l James Dvorak, Maintenance: George Nichols. Presiflentg Phil Drake, Secretary-Treasurer: John Lowe, Vice Presidentg James Cobb, Maintenanceg Bill Hawkins. Maintenance. The Audio-Visual Education Club is open for membership to boys from the ninth grade through the twelfth grade. These boys receive special training on the mechanics of all audio-visual equipment. LHS BA D H KRRY McCOMB GEORGE CROLIUG Director RONALD CHAMPION Drum Major 31' N MARIE JENSEN WRAY HAMMER LOUISE HOYER TRXO Lzbrarzan Vzce Preszdent Lzbrarum lg, M Preszdent S BOB PLUMB Asszstant Drum Mayor TRUMPET Kd Don Hershvl Rona cmmvwn Amen Schw arb nvdfwlg de, Tomlol 51 leg' . 'Y m Speckkxgnxike Sohn BB! o C0 x - Larval' , Sai seyri W Yaxilg mifw 1 Yonald W an CLARINETS 1 Jviifw Q i' 5 "' First row: George Crolius, Preston Spaulding, Allen Heasley, Walter Frauman. Second row: Alan Nauss, Jo Anne Morris, Judy Bylsma, Sidney Stephens, Tommy Droetz. Third row: Ron- ald Morahan, Karen Ceers, Jean Jennings, .loan Stockinger, Janice Shilander, Nancy Kares, Patti Murphy. - XXX: , 337. ff, f 1, I--fg 5 SAXOPHONES Perry Erwin, Jules Silverman, Gail Stuart, Sara Jane- Osman, Tom Sanzobrind, Jimmy McLaughlin, Peter Creighton, James Geers. BP-5535 - ia,Y""" Bafdwlc hlman' Chamvgonbfexxll Eder! Ku A to lx ' Kemal B0 TAA Savv' , T5 .BWV Qoow ana GLN BP-9 6303. YLUYES- QY- X ,X Lodge Ylffjngxow X333 Radu QW! OXQB C SQQQYH' . K6 SW' TROMBONES CN' QYNBY' X gall ' MQW E -3 gall. Ann 0019-Xx. Bxaffl VXHXXXQ' QCBYMOY 8 fr TR LQMPETS -Q... F'0n1 Durril TOW.. D 1, On P1,yHjk David ald Hersh -9131.1 Q Rodbe, Carr B. EY, A11 A , ' 1 3 Run, Bloschg 1Nea1 ,QI Russez Schwab Q Ce- ' -fag, CLf'm0 ' Thi ' kecon E I ' 'Q C fd r dfo . H1165 Gear harles BOW: Rogg. Preston ge 5'-2rd T R Buddy Branch, Donald Eward, Ronald Weng- atz, Skippy Johnson, Paul Leonard, David Balthaser. R06 ' Fo one-If W111iamur3ga:?w -., Jfi FRENCH HORNS Raymond Laney, Kenneth Shaffer. Second row Ted Best, Wray Hammer, Kenneth Carlson. N J , x' xr H fi -J W Q P Lf NAAQS, RCHESTRA fx QW AY' X: '25- cf' JAY COLLINS RONALD CHAMPION DON HERSHEY ALLAN SCHWARB SKIPPY JOHNSON I .4 ld BUDDY BRANCH PAUI PHILLIPS JULES SILVERMAN PRESTON SPAULDING PETE CREIGHTON MAJCRETTE BAY' , MAN BETTY FAUPEL P , A NXUSSEL Head Majorette AFSY CR EPR' 'MM ' 1 JUNIOR SQUAD CATHY DEMPSEY Jeannine Boyd, Barbara Hammer, Francys Berry, Sharon Magda, Miriam Van Nus, Roberta Dempsey, Jeann Denham. JEAN NE DESHIELDS X69 M JM ROL KHE7, AL ZLER DARLENE KUEKER J 9,5 WNV' 516008 L -ws oh ?a'l1arfOfff'Y'3 , 01101511-Shi Tllltflh anagl-'r . P. ' L ' Pa Ib1-Hman file Peck , I .11 Hrgarpt 01-jan Ngller Shirley Mosley, Recording Secretaryg Jimmy Staples, Presiclentg Shirley Shull, Corresponding Secretary? Josh Wilson, Vice President. n w CHORISTER The Choristers are singers who have been chosen from the Advanced Chorus because of their superior musical abil- ity. Only Juniors and Seniors are ad- mitted into this select group. Television. radio, civic and church performances make a busy schedule for these singers. PIANISTS Jimmy Staples and Allan Anderson X Q ,Qi IJ . ,We 1' xx lea hs. sw ' so' , Sxixgei Sand 5 Luce- XXOYBQ' I QoXX'i bow Yrewl Gfacei ccfxeo x NK I 0816 . 0x50 :OW ' A ima A Yxtgk 5 G00 V662 siege' we ADVANCED CHORUS . WX i le e J M X The Advanced Chorus is composed of Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors, who have been gradua+ec.l frgom +l1e Beginning Chorus, or who have unusual vocal +alen+. Each year 'rhe large chorus presenfs several concer+s in +he War Memorial Audiforium and represe fs fhe school af Dislricf and Sfale Con+es+s. YH xc GENERAL MUSIC CLASSES General Music Classes provide the background for the two choral groups, and also provide those with limited musical talent with plenty of inspiration and singing for fun, plus knowledge of music fundamentals. It is necessary for students to pass through this course before being admitted into the Advanced Chorus, except in unusual cases. g fz iv -R cm HERE HERE? THE 0 . 'Nh ' TH mu. X1 Y ER HALF? 'St 1. Q 4 X E .s, . f ya Af' 'Q' Q' if .5 IQ Y . QL- ffali v' 5g3'i?yfIMfzf??3f Ka i' L 3 X .A .9 x .fn M- 'QS A .iz like X -.3 45-5 Q, 2 'T yuws :!rfz':.1' j ll x e Qi W... 3 . rg. 3 .X 4 s rm- 'Fig - .,, - A -. v,. I' ,W 4. ,. Ae , " CE' " A ?'A5 K T 'S 14 1 ,, 41- 1fa 2f.vs.'fi .'5fgf2Qf ,,,+- xg W Nw X. 5' if A in jg' -1 , I LHQ' Football Qin-4-n For 1951 0 cr .rowne 1 , . , I 'I l You CAN ALMOST TOUCH ar FROM HERE Ul"5"'5flH 5lP0llS0r Jack lint kt Nlunl 'I llurmmlimlHonors Hnnup Suulpnl UllilI2lll1'l' Ul'ID1lI'lllH'lll lla-Ips 1 , L yu, , 5 I H Vw 5 ' Sluelc-nl, Nl'l'lIiIl2,I Xssislallwv N '-f 'X " ""xN' ' ww em wt - 1' f 1'iM'i?l'!3 ' , I , lHi4'1'rs X W '. -11' , , Vlfllffj- U' 1 al In mi. ' t I X ' 3. YI 1, 1 1 1 '9 V df, K In lw--ln .,.1.1 .f m.y.,! ,, , ' LMI: vl,.,,r 1 :ix X fly fr. v W. IVV " 1,-Hllf' W ML' ' In MJ: 'r I , A 'Wi gi' A X , i l,.v ' " ,1 1 , 3 ,fl 'h-Y. 4 ClRi1lfI.ATION MANAGERS lin.-h ms vi?-5 M-6 X NEWS ST XS? A FP EBQL , lm ,X vi.. M I xml M, .y w ww I K fuuglxug I-.lwmuqxtvc ! ff' "I X' ' 'i ' 1 ' , I'1'omMw':m'r1g Plan: AA 4 ,N Uni,-zu xl 1:,..,l., 1 J I .r. uulf My th W 1 4 I I-.' ...wr-!u.Kr I x ' ,.1n, 11 H-11. - mu! 1 sl -1 ,, .I . Lx .-,- 1.1 'M-w will M r . , , , A uf A if fx" I, W! , 4 . W A K , . , H' .ww In-X H :ln 44 f-I lin fm ll Jin' nl!! .1 1, 11 . - z- WX lvl 'IN MMX nz M VJ.. M Hn- MII I-I l'n1n,ul..1.ml ,yi , 3 X 2 , ., ,, , , , ,.,,.l I,,m!..-yn .INN ffl lhli --rtfmx,-ul W ' ' wah .l..z.1l ,.1.w!,1.z i In ll.. .,,m..-.lx ,,..,,.,... I, my ' ' 'I 'V -"H+-x M- wwf ws"!'W"' 'I'-N --I 1'-' l'HH'Vf -I-lx. ,,..,n.l..,,N ,,,,,,,,,A,,, ,H mllxmx Luk u...L.-H. ....K..,. ,. I-.Q ..,.,.. ..,. m W W. 1 . ,.,..,.f 11.11-.1. t I X L.-mpm n... 4m..l,l. mlmx.-.V In x ,M 1, - -Z I H 1 'V . fx ,Hx , -.-N1 , 41.1 1-Emu I-.ui lrnmm uf.-.I-mlvd H. ka 0 "A"""""' ""' "" s1..u...1 c......1.: sw 1... . ww.: e .., 1 4, mn.: .L - -. s.. fm. I.. rm, .. 1..1,-.1 1.. mu .U n Ml BCYS' JACK ROCKETT HARVEY 0'LOUCHLlN President Vice President HARRY LAHILL Secretary CHUCK SHAW Treasurer INITIATION VEAZEY HOLT Sponsor fd-, . FARMERS Or 'FUTQGF ,Q AMERlCAl nif.g',QJ I..-4 gf' is ' 3651.0 if ,Q-SDF ' X' ' '0 !vo4"f?i'L1 The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is the development of agricul- tural leadership, cooperation, and citizenshipf-This year members participated in the state fair and helped in campus landscaping with the plants they raised. Glenn Sanderson. Sponsorg Dave Gavryluk, Reporter: Thomas Rembert, Treasurerg M Secretary: Maynard Osborne, Vice Presidentg Quinn Tindall, President. ike Weiss X .nhl-qs:-v HOME SHOW DISPLAY Q ESPA OL CLUB Pre ulcnt Myron Wel Vlce PI'?Qldf'Hl ,lame Fmher Secretarv Pat Murphy Treasurer Made lmf land Npon or Don Jett and Ruth Federllnff THESPIANS Q.. JOSH WILQOV President BOB ROFFEY HENRY ROQINER Treasurer I :re I reszrfent 'T 2 PATSFY W ILSON 1-XWE PEPI ER Secretary .Sponsor Flrst row Rick Could, Patsey Wllson, Shlrley WIISOH, Jo Ann Bletzer, Prlscxlla Roberts, Margaret Hamllton, Trudy Trudeau, Drck McCall Second row Tom Force, Chuck Wenger, Josh Wllson, Hal Potter, Henry Rosner 'Ig ,r -:ff ' ,. , . U IU N r A e 'H mm r .I 75 ' ...Z X I K7 54- if-.8 if im-"?ggtt0?3i The National Thespian Society was created to pro- mote the dramatic arts in the high schools. lt is an organization for students who are interested in some phase of dramatic art. Membership may be gained by earning ten points determined by service in dramatic productions either on stage or back stage. Members of the Thespians Society work for the promotion of interest in dramatics in the high schools throughout the United States. N xsmwlg ii i. fx -gf W. sv Qt gf' 1 QQYKQ k , " iglf? BACKSTAGE A LIBRARY CLUB Carol Wackrow, Secretary-Treasurerg Roger Rinebolt, Presidentg Louise Marini, Vice President. l Ken Humphreys, Pat Pogue, Colette Horn, Marcia Kay Pogue, Patsy Dorman, Fred Wakeman, Barbara Klasing, Sylvia Brunn. Thomas, David Maxwell. The purpose of the Library Club is to render library service to the students and faculty. This club is made up of volunteer workers who willingly give up their study halls each day to work in the library. Kathy Sullivan, Norrmen Mains, Yvonne Culliver, Mary Ella Flora, Marion Darth, Carolyn Kirk, Anne Sellailnrrger. Camille Jorgensen. SYLVIA WERTMAN Co-orrlinator BOB CULBREATH Preszder t Construction Foreman JERRY JOHNSON l we I reszdent Servxce Stauon Manager CLADYS LAVERIE Secretary Insurance qecretary 'M X ff e prog m ns plan for hammg hugh sclaoo iuclenfs an a varleiy occupahons hllzm the Qmmumly ,business and md lrual esfabllslvmenfs as fr g agencies f X T a orgamzid rp Ja 'fiend l1e'fars+ progra I m sue ess that nn a w years si :sad over fhe slain ere o gprograms an Floruaff-96?"Was organized, In Fort cl ale n QS? Sfuclenfs an DCR Carry fwgieqinirod su s an Moors relaiacl fo ilxelr 'obs af I The sfudeni' learn is pand Sa wage c ifle +o hal by a laegmmng worker However, si' si' be mpha f 'lrammg jis fh prlino obgecllve of ills Program 4-Ls, -WJQN The hnghllghh of Hia s lyear are 1 Dusfrlcf C n n and fhe Employ Employee Bang? O sfo! BARBARA SMITH Treasurer Cu tomer Adu or 'X . l l X ,, , . r If 5 , , . QV? X I .h ,gf b , 1. 3- A Z 'X . ,.' 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V, -ywg Ry A : N -' -R V as 'N QXLWW3, . ,f , gr , X A 1: - U A, xjfw'--. A 1 I .JAX mga: . , I 5 x ,A RQIAKI I MWMWN, Q1 rr . - , R 15- V' w Q 4 QA W, M Q yt' , . A ' we Ra, A 1Aff'f1r,J,g:wR' R R' ' R ' SA lm A -A 'ff3'fR ' R ' R 'K 'fi ' RV"w-...aw ,gm T, . ' ,1 ff Office occupations are training areas for several DCT girls. To the left are Joyce Lamar. Janet Shields, and Gladys Laverie. To the right are Arlene Bjorkman, Elizabeth Lipham and Narcissa Peloquin. 0 1 , -3 , Q , Brock Coerlitz works as a mechan ics, helper in preparation for ser vice station management. Gloriana Colby, a dental assistant trainee, as- sists the chair for a local dentist. Ruth ed as er and Frances Martin are being train at the hospital. I ff f' . K, ,nah lf' -,' Y.-eq . C06 -nys eii lil ee Val fat C 95109 E6 uni - s Y' Xe! 3593 a 'ug' Q5 V055 Waxing 1 A O 3 ' QOXOVD KL QUXOY crew E F Wi? N-,,,Ti 'tk T-fi", Carther Franklin operates a band saw in his work as a cabinet maker. , Lorrain Chumbley and Betty ,lo Brittian work as 9 ol customer advisors. gelecflix we Bill Doudnikoff works as an electrician's assistant. F el W: if fm, A committee plans for the Employer-Employee Banquet. From left to right: Clayton Gaffin, ,lack Ray, Kay Fields, Jack Davis and Donald Crews. SENIQR HI-Y v!K't',. ' 4,2 4... I 4 SENIOR TRI-HI-Y Flret row left to Yl ht Margaret Lhamlclxer Trea urer Judw Allen Qecretarx qhlrlev Shull Prt ltltllll ,lo Xnn lllmtzrr Chaplatn Prx cllla Robert XICC Pu ulent NIRN L H KRI PN ROBERTS Sponsor P59- X U CHRISTMAS PROGRAM MONDAY MEETING JU OR HY 19 Aman Louise Murray, Vice Presidentg Barbara Barnwell, Secretaryg Patty Cobb, Presidentg Joyce Bartz. Chaplaing Sue'Roess1er. Treamurerg Sponsor, Mrs. George Lowe. 6-ag an T . , tt' Y is + 1. O E5 ,QW Q' '35 fx wi,- is 1 251 CIVITAN CLUB JIM TOM WILBURN Secretary W .4-" STUART BARTHOLD Preszdent TEX CONE Vzce Preszdent The purpoQe of thls club IS to burld better cltlzens and to work for the good of the school 31,1 uf haf!! HARVEY O LA UGHLIN Treasurer XX is s DQS flu ' 'Y 'g U2 QXYXJC e press B0 X W Flrst row, left to rrght Tex Cone, Fred McNatt, Peter Creighton, Bob Armstrong, Kenny Flyum, Jerry Ebert, Joe Koncllja, Benny Baker, Loyd Campbell, Walter Frauman, Charles Phrogner, Nolan Adams, Dean Yates, Maynard Osborn Second row, left to rxght Tommy Holmes, Ed Mohler, Harry Cahlll, Joe Huszty, Jack Leach, Bob Brldge, Brooks Adams Harvey Carrrer, Kenny Le Cam, Jlm Tom Wllburn h T .et M , tyt 3 , A f A ' tx , V - t o T A A Hg, Fl A ' ' ll't of 1, W S ,. xx x . . , ,I gi j . A ' 1+ , T ff A N1 p . . f if ' X V eo A v . ffm A ' ' 'Q as Qi, 2 .5 FU TU RE HOMEMAKER MEETING Dolores Muleahy, Joyce Sturm, Shirley Roosa, Patricia Sokolowski, Frances Kovas, ,lerrian 5IcGranahan, Dawn Wilson, Georgia Evans, Norma Lee Bunting, Marcella Smith, Sponsorg Darlene Kueker, Lorene Heberling, Luanna Krause. :M Pal Q . PR Tgeasurer rgxa OAIEC Huemmer andiugi Gezriia- -Beth B00ker TDHOSPI 6 Carol eww l Kovas, Y sud? Ingram Be 11-Shirley Re. ZAL FAVORS cam 6 gem F ance ter? - , , Ve' Y R ' In Oldf, C Hammon iesxdegt Rive eo EEPQNSOH, His emholdr, Madelinaerogfn Cov- gvari Bc 0 , a and, nan 9699 enla we YW Rem' A 10039 sl HOB0 DAY Donna Myers, Jerrian McGranahang Carol Rose Smochek. Jackson, Mary Future Homemakers of America is a national organization for high school girls. Some of the main ideas of the club are: To create leadership, encourage democracy in the home, promote whole- some individual and group recreation, and foster the development of creative leadership in the home and community. 1 I i Q HGLIDAY J - HARVEST WSNESE C mar ' ff The Iumor Class rt Lauderdale l-hgh SC llllglifi li Ellll lane Pepper l-hgh School Audltorlum Q WINTER WONDERLAND Q? W'-ff-'t..:'4.,.2s s!!'::: , QUEEN BARBARA With Attendants NANCY CHAMPLIN and PATSY GRIMM FGOTBALL QUEEN BARBARA 'NH SbEL'NI KN BASKETBALL QUEEN ELI FN BAXI FY ,..f QUEEN ELLEN With Attendants NANCY CHAMPLIN and BEECHIE BUNTING CROWN BEARER. PATTI SUE CALDWELL FLYING L Wm afalwfeznfak We NANCY CHAMPLIN With Attendants GOLDIA LILES and SALLEY WILSON L L I E S w." 5413 J' mg I 'U' ia C' 'Yffirst Plafv Third Plan' Bows QU AME F, + v SUNMAID SWSSK-'f'0f1d place 1-7 JANICE MORTON Solozsf LOUISF NICCARTHX Arfordzonzst R123 'TM A LITTLE KEWPIEH 5 cf. , qsq '. 1? 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W "X Ni 'l'3Q'1F'l ' :QI X :m ff Q, 14 -f fr JSP 'K 4, 1 I4 ,154 ?'1., YE, Wm. gx a l -v A 152'-Q' N W-sf". 5 gm y 2' ,K i 3 F2 e S BOS! Lfrnlfillg' XIIKIC Hillfl' C.XNOI,YX TEHRONE otugruphe-fl ill humv of Hrs. Max Chapman ,,, .azov 1' ,-f , .4..r...- n I 1 ff we , . wb iw .1 "UZ 1 -wvll ,74 -ny' R fx VN 5 ,W J W, , kfefxf' K 27' A, I ff! ' yjfndjfj Cuff f7 Hn., AA Q-4-J. Af wx M ,-ff' ,X Must Lilfvlv to SIICTPOII vw m ' ' ,INIM STUNICII 1 n folldbora 1 y- J 1 K K if .Q--"""'i': . ,wr Most Representative BOB LOCHRIE ur ANDERSON i - if phed at Herold Boat Company SSKXEWHWFMEAS Q3- 5 , 5 . 5 2, A X ' -ls Q A. x .V t .WI K W :VF N .1 ---asil"f" Mn-wwmavmsna Hx 453 f A kr... .. W ., A -',gfjg4, 'Q . W ' L+. wx! , sy Y- , , . M1 ,V A . ,varnnlvlh-4? 2 5 v M Mauv- Mi 4. .1 - X Lau: 71 tmiim- f iv '7"'1 W-4 X uk ,:-pi V MN .. H, -1'-W: 'Q . - Km-af'a'1Qf-N4'7"?na1.' ,, - 'M-,,-,,3'1x f-'Q-.wx 1.1 71- mi," 'WN X, ,l 'lin X 353-w'!"' "x -V Af '--A , Q.: S4 . ' V .W , . - - fw x, , , Hin- . 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Vvrsutilv mmm mom-.5 JIQAN ummm olograplmcml ul Ulm-ll Tra 1.5 Best All Around JOE HLSZTY SUE MmnL13ToN Photographvd at Kiddie Karnival lint?- K if QM-, : , ' X i V r if ,X-'Q . I Il f-'ilu 0 Il 1 A E Q ....... Wi. 1 ,, Q5 fi is U . . .M " vi? V- I JQQS- , 5 ,, Z' N nl: A , K yn . -MN.. W A Y Agway 4,-,,qw fnapmym lf 5, Q N r ii 4? 1 "x my f if 3 A F is X . Y T ,fri ' ,XiSVf38x'Y'5 X '11 'T . f ,h,,eT2ii" f. Ng, Q, .uv il" W -no v kT?T'4"' - 'T QQ K - is .3 4 H faffw Sz. -5 M - xwvf! iw? ,..,,-,- l sf 5 . png? 'hun- ' U". f 0 . I I S Bl. : 1. . 31 5 4 Q 'gist V 5155221-yr ...iw 1' 4 X W , Q.. . 45 v 1 , gs? , Cl 8 so ' Q P? 4 4- I 7 .. .9 -, I -QV ' gf A wg. Rx' V rn , ,ie 21" J' 4 ebfgvw-f 5 Ne fr , K n v 'T H.,-f----' ,HG .,' , f W.. 'Q IQ L53 .gf '?3 1 Syl ,gf s. .,.,,gV .'l' 'mv 2' JOSH WILSON BARBARA MUSSELMAN Most Popular Photographed at Bumng the Florist magma-+-TM ex ,, ,, I: 'fl M rM-3 - fl' Jf.f4.JJ-1 ,f 41 is-ff' 'W'-Q-al.,-M. ., 'ff ill 5 Most Dependable BOB ROFFEY PRISCILLA ROBERTS 'F mm. ,, Photographed at Babcock Realty Company 3 ,ix , 1, - ,ff WMV' ' ' PQa1i..wf"ff' X , ' 5 ' .-SQ ' .gf 4 Ve 3,335-..j1'! 1, -'J JK V 41 QPU' I 5 .L P. w 'Q W 4 , , ,i - 5? ,,,:glv yi 1 K Xi-.xx ww 1 in Fw f 3, Wirriesr X' L 5 Q . w 6 PRILII ROBERTS LIBBY MACK 'L ,sm ff fv -ul' x ww-W x. V xx' T js V Photographs-d at liillug r Sta mn sal E. ai G2 viz' ' X X ff, s D f e 5? My ' fu ff 1 ssl g' 31faa' CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 52 May e good Lord bless and keep you tull we meet agaun PHQ1-O ARTS fijby "Portraits That Live" In apprecuatlon and thanks to the members ot the faculty tor thelr generous cooperatlon the statt ot the I952 Ebb Trde and the student body tor thelr help and cooperatnon In asslstung us In such a large assngn ment ang 1' ze 15 APPAREL and ACCESSORIES FOR WOMEN MISSES and JUNIORS The House of Sfyle Ouallfy and Servuce ln- OPEN YEAR ROUND I50 E Las Olas Blvd Telephone 422l , BOAT COMPANY f SMOOTH , SAILING CLASS H12 EAST LAS OLAS BOULEVARD o cnnvsmz MARINE ENGINES 0 JOHNSON UUTWARDS o NAUTICAL CHARTS 0 LYMAN 'CATS I ESWS 3 -SW You one BE SURE 'F 'Ts 073 JW-576-Z-7 Vkkstmghouse Sedmon s Service Station W E I20N ANDREWS PHONE 9632 I6 2 2534 4oo s ANDREWS AVENUE am Zfamewglf Bl RELEYS BOTTLI N6 CCD 800 S Andrews Avenue BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF l952 WILLIAMS BUICK 6I4 Soufh Andrews Avenue Records Radios Zmfvfmeng of SEARLES RADIO 8. APPLIANCE Co. 824 Easi' Las Olas Boulevard PHONE 4042 Television Appliances A B C gkmwik ALWAYS BETTER CLEANING Phone 5652 82I E. Las Olas Boulevard FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA ' O O D'l o 1 GAS s. ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Congralulahons DISTRIBUTORS OF +0 Class of l952 NATUROL BOTTLED GAS Gas OII Products gb Inc of FlorIda 0 W FRED ROATH S Manager PHONE 2 3684 E DIEK S LU NCHEON ETT xg Easl' Broward and Federal f Zami? 7M 0 FANCY GROCERIES U S Governmerl' Graded Hollday Hotel Choice Mem SOUTH OF BAH'A MAR FREE DELIVERY DIAL 3 I43I I406 E Las Olas Boulevard FORT LAUDERDALE ' 0 l I I 'ff'-"EJ I r I V5 S X251 J' t A 1 o 9 ZW! . . I Jgwjwgmedfiof W E GROENE REALTOR 79 Norfh Federal Hgh ay 3 3465 g Zmeaf? K af RIVIERA PARK APARTMENTS Snow 5 Garage 325 se 25+h AVENUE "9 N ANDREWS Mr and Mrs AI Wessel PHONE 5962 Managers E Sunrise Blvd Gafeway z O - iw I T515 WVR 200.' A A A y Z JZ If you re a fasluon WISE mIss 64 l+s smarf +o InsIs+ on SOUTHSIDE PHARMACY 538 SOUTH ANDREWS AVENUE Complefe Founfaln ServIce lg Drugs Cosmehcs SundrIes Phone bl I5 IsIs E LAS OLAS BLVD PHONE 4402 HARDWARE HOUSEWARES PAINTS 9225- 6624- mffbvdtfld 625 Easl' Las Olas Boulevard Forf Lauderdale Florlda FREE PARKING FREE DELIVERY gm Lani? com DLI M ENT5 7 F 22 W Broward Blvd WALKER S COFFEE SHOP ZW QMMZQL WYNHOLM HOTEL Direc+ly On 'rhe Ocean ' f ll 0 - 0 II ' . . 0 PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED ' or rw-um f gf O , wner DISTRIBUTORS - WhoIesaIe, Re+aiI Phones 4706 and 4707 LAUDERDALE PAINT INC. "If II' Runs In Color, We Have I+" 5I0 S. ANDREWS AVENUE FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 76024218 fmky on L-I-I O U N 5 AssoclaI'es Gifts MRS GLENN E PLUMB 23' THOS M D BLOIS Across from Davls Cafe+erla EDWARD S HUNTER COMPLIMENTS OF Q52 qmafe WMM4 Ocean Front Hotel Bnnasn sHOP Phone 2 07I I ALBERT H VAN NUS Palnhng and Decorahng I50 N FLAGLER DRIVE FT LAUDERDALE FLA I . . e . 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MMQZMKZZ A fruly dnshnguushed resor+ aparimeni' hofel on fhe seashore ai' Forf Lauderdale Florida 2222 NORTH ATLANTIC BOULEVARD PHONE 3 252l NEWT' Qickam flpzwcfeficfafef Wagy CONGRATULATIONS 81 BEST WISHES FOR YOUR FUTURE S+ore S-I'0re For or Men Women FORT LAUDERDALE F LO F2 I D A PHONE 2 I424 2 I425 l .P A A A ' .ff .52 . 11' X. 1 4 A' C ' A A g e A 1 ,r V A V I H 3 ,Q-I 'y , f-" 274' A 1 A F :ggi ge lmporlers of MILLINERY BAGS COSTUME JEWELRY 25 SE 2nd Sfreel' BUILDERS e FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA APPRAISERS TELEPHONE 6523 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT REALTORS 333 E Las Olas Bl d d DEL MAR BEAUTY SALON BEULAH SWINDELL Owner IOO4 N E l6+l1 Avenue Phone Jusl' Off Sunrise Boulevard 2 8l49 ?v7aZw4ce4c?'4'7 9 XS 3 Phone 2 3I84 fl Art's Friendly Servlce Pure Onl Producls SEA FOOD 8' POULTRY PHONE 9784 FRESH DAILY 32I N Andrews Avenue Try Us for Service and Oualnly Forl' Lauderdale Florida 642 N Andre s A e F+ Laude dale Fla I ,rl Liu? 2 . v . ' ' For+ Lau erdal , Fla. .Q QQ 5 i ' 5 -negyllllmi , 54 x nw., k X en gf f .Q - ' lf l i 'Q 4 .L 0 YZ!" ix I Mfffdrnx' 1 QSO' 'l . ' l OF X' u ' . . L V V A I SE 8 I ' , w v . . r , . Congrafulahons Use Moore Pam'I's 'From WATKINS from Benlamln Moore Marhn Senour J E W E L R Y Palnls and Varmshes PHONE 20473 CU5l'0m Color 224 S E Fursl' Avenue lmperlal For'r Lauderdale Flornda Washable Wallpaper Floor Covermgs COMPLIMENTS OF USE OUR PAINT ADVISORY SERVICE or Call Us for a Reliable Pamler aff WATKINS QI: MCEMBF RCU- PAINTS Floor Coverings Wallpaper 209 E BROWARD BLVD DIAL 20645 605 E551 Lag Olas Boulevard 55 five General Insurance O ONE OF SOUTH FLORIDAS LEADING AGENCIES 9l8 E Las Olas Boulevard Fl' Lauderdale Florida PHONE 2 853l , goof ' Jfafbu Cgewzafe ffm' NIMH? SALES 5 SERVICE N W ST A ENUE PHONE FORT L UDERD LE FLORIDA Authorized CH EVROLET Dealer PHONE 3 20I3 mwzyf INSURANCE AGENCY Agent 29 N Andrews Avenue PO Box 8I5 FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA WM KRETCHMAN Joel M Tuul THE- Qyzcgf ROYAL STANDARD AND For Yard Goods PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS SHEETS BED SPREADS BLANKETS 3,0 SW pm Avenue CURTAINS-DRAPERIES phone 5912 Il2 So Andrews Avenue Forf Lauderdale Florida PHONE 2 2422 Offsei' Ll+hogr ph Q Q 6 Y 2406 Z F THE TROPICAL PRESS WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING I3 Norfhwesf F,r51- Avenue 529 N AMIFGWS Avenue Forl' Lauderdale Florida FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA PAUL R BUNDY DIAL 6282 Bl 1.1. Bovos ? gZ70! Where Flshlng Begins 223 S E 6+h AVENUE IFederaI Hwyl DIAL 9396 MARTIN MOTORS FIGHTING CHAIRS OUTRIGGERS STANDARD BRAND TACKLE EXPERT REPAIRS RODS MADE TO ORDER FREE TIDE TABLES NO CHARGE FOR SUMMER STORAGE Open Evenings WE HAVE BAIT o I D B B 5 Prin+ers and Publishers 0 I F FORT LAUDERDALE TRAVEL SERVICE Edward L. Browne Manager NASSAU TOURS II00 E Las Olas Blvd Fori' Lauderdale Floruda BEACH OFFICE DAY 2 2856 BAHIA MAR NIGHT 2 0967 Es+abIisI'1ed Since I925 ffoucfvlcwexii. of Robbms Inc FT LAUDERDALES NO I MEN S STORE Phone 5092 226 S Andrews Avenue RI G-GS gfwzco rf Federal and Las Olas Blvd Excep+.onalny eooa W Halrcufs By Slulled Barbers B Q E H INA Cm Iliff. 3251252 SHOP glfefjudffgi? DIRECTLY OPPOSITE CITY HALL Ill N W Second Sfreef FORT LAUDERDALE FURNITURE E co INC Courfesy Prlce Servlce DRESSES PHONES 525I 52l5 PO BOX 7l9 230 E Las Olas Boulevard FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA W 22225524 722 222 S E Fars+ Avenue Ol' COOKING WATER HEATING REFRIGERATION 454 E Las Olas Blvd I930 Tyler S+ 2 406 3524 PEOPLE S COMPANY Cobb G Warner PHONE 5242 COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 0 Charles T Cobb ' Jack L Warner FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA 2I SE Second SI'reeI' Jewelers Phones 2 283' 2 2832 2I9 sour:-I ANDREWS AvENuE o F FI. Lauderdale Hollywood -I R.. tix I I 4l9 S. ANDREWS AVENUE Congralulahons and Besl' Washes Io +he Class of 52 START YOUR HOUSEKEEPING WITH US Compllments of '2ay4c+n4f 222 S Andrews Avenue FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Phone 2 II4I Phones 5426 5427 SOUTH ATLANTIC 'Mx SEA FOOD and POULTRY Wholesale and Refall GERALD THIXTON WM F THIXTON Bowen s Used Cars 40I N ANDREWS AVENUE Forf Lauderdale Florsda DIAL 3 l97I BUY SELL TRADE PV M 2I7 Sou+h Andrews Avenue FT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Q ' -I 8l5 E. Las Olas Blvd. FI. Lauderdale, Fla. I 1 0 U PHONE 2-33:5 Boline Office Supply "Across flue Sfreef from flue Posf Office" FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA P.O. Box 926 Drive-in Parking Qu WMD BEAUTY SHOP 627 S.E. 6fh Ave.-S. Federal Hwy FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA TELEPHONE 2-2654 Careful Film Developing BOOKS - LENDING LIBRARY My PHOTO 8: BOOK SHOP lEs'I' I920l 8l0 E Las Olas Boulevard POWELL. M01-ORE TIRE STORE I3 Soufh Andrews Avenue Forf Lauderdale Florida Telephone 5364 KELVINATOR PRODUCTS GOODRICH TIRES MORTON CABINETS MOTOROLA TELEVlSlON FORT LAUDERDALE LMS! BOTTLING CO 644 SOUTH ANDREWS AVENUE Phone 2 l74l SALES RENTALS INVESTMENTS Hamel? A N D 2252 WQEAL.-rofae Telephone 4606 432 E LAS OLAS Forf Lauderdale Florida Phone 2 309l You Are Always Welcome A+ TV Sales and Servnce iKff2fz55iQSef2, DA'2W,f von E LAS oLAs sLvD FT LAUDERDALE FLA LOCATED AT Carl V Schwecd+ I28 SE 2nd ST We have school supplles PHONE 2332 candy bars and soff drmlcs WE ALSO SPECIALIZE IN HOLLINGSWORTH S BOXED CANDY Q We appreclafe your paironage In 'rhe pasf Come In and gef be++er acquam+ed wllh us FRANK and BLENDA SHILANDER 200 S Andrews Avenue Fi' Lauderdale Floruda fcsfzcggf JEWELRY COMPANY DIAMONDS GIFTS SILVERWARE WATCHES 29 Soufh Easi' Second Sfreef Phone 2 7522 l Fori' Lauderdale Flornda ' 1 1 ' , f U ' mmun Iumlllglg STO . H PHONE 3 3458 We offer you I'he 'flnesf In planos and organs I+ ns for your convenuence I'ha'I' +hls sfore gnves you a choice of fhese prommenf makes If ,r ORGANS JJ' U albe ful h E MAKE EVERY HOME A FINER HOME 429 S Andrews Avenue PIANOS MASON 81 HAMLIN KRANICH 81 BACH WURLITZER LOWRY ORGANO SHERWIN WILLIAMS QM, WW REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE FORT LAUDERDALE 2I5 N Federal Highway 14 234 Eas+ Las Olas Blvd Phone 2-0564 aid Wai? DISTRIBUTOR Gulf OII Corporahon Producrs PHONE: DAY 4253 NIGHT 4878 FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Lllllan Shell DRESSES ALL BRAND NAMES C h C + ameras Fnlms Supplies Galeway S oppmg en e' MR AND MRS HAROLD Fox 20 SE 2nd Slreel' FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Telephone 55ll l958 Sunrlse Blvd I DIAL 2 3940 COMPLIMENTS OF The Alr Condrhoned All Phases of Beauly Cullure for Dlscrlmmahng Women IOOO EAST LAS OLAS BOULEVARD Forl Lauderdale Florida PHONE 2 8987 The Au+omahc Way +o Wash Day Freedom -l-l"l E Fluff Drying WA! ?5??-'6if6i? Makers of Fme U N D Cus+om Made Seal' Covers PHONE 2 3153 I522 SOUTH ANDREWS AVENUE '06 N ANDREWS AVE CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES STO THE CLASS OF l952 ff- S Hnuconda Properties Inc. ?ofzt .laudawlaled .lenqeat 2645 544'-:ate Owymzlyatebn REALTORS MORTGAGE LOANS INSURANCE PHONE 3 1411 303 EAST LAS OLAS BOULEVARD LAS OITTAS gaiwfafgemff' 0 co. ' ZJ' COMPUMENTS OF L M Sho "w'JHON'Zf'Rl224 " ,,Zude22aQaZe I7I9 Sou+h Andrews MOW WITH REO Forf Lauderdale LINCOLN MERCURY CO Besl' Wishes io Class of l952 bso SE 6+h AVENUE 10 s E a 1 H yy PHONE 2 zaab For+ Lauderdale Florida COMPLIMENTS OF gfiofg Qewfeffky Q Bes'r Washes for A Successful Lrfe LACY D CROFT Your Class Rmg Jeweler Q f 1 O Q' .1 vs . JK V x 'T ' NN ,y .X V .ii . R A . - n . e efa W - u I n - o ll Wfwaw REAL ESTATE INSURANCE R T Galllon Fern Sml+l1 PHONE 54l6 62I Eas'r Las Olas Blvd Telephone 2 voaz SHOE SHINE gpgrfahlag MQ illlfarfrnlf Qurns Genflemens Fasluon Counselors 8l8 EAST LAS OLAS BOULEVARD 322 S ANDREWS AVENUE FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA For Complefe Shoe Rebulldmg Shops a+ ENA DAUGHTRY 240 Cenfral Parlc So N Y BEST WISHES NEIL JONKERS Food Market TH E J aww' 2I Sou+l1 Wesl' 7+l1 S1'ree'I' EVERYTHING FOR THE TABLE 825 E Las Olas Blvd Phone 20462 DU NWORTH ELECTRIC CO EIec'I'rlcal Confracfors and Appluance Dealers 444 EAST LAS OLAS BOULEVARD FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Ex+ends CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 52 O o 9 C - . b H All Kinds Palm Beach, Fla. Del Ray Beach, Fla ZQMZ Dual 2 7774 ci-N205 N 5 TH E C Ernesi' Brundage J Owner A Lawn and Garden Service and Supphes 6II E Broward Blvd 900 FLAGLER DRIVE PHONE 2 8I38 BOX l67I FT LAUDERDALE FLA The House of Sllver MIDDLETON'S .IEWELERS JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS Oppos1+e Pos+ Office EARLE MIDDLETON Reglsfered Jeweler American Gem SOCIETY ZPZQQ CLEAN ERE: I NC, 609 E Broward Blvd PHONE 2 3I94 FLEET MAINTENANCE Lel Us FWS" Whaf Your Camera Sfarfed SERVICE OVERHAULING WELDING BRAZING PI-I OTO S I-I 0 D FRONT END ALIGNMENT E- W- CROSBY BURNING SOLDERING Gafeway Shopping Cen+er Nex+ +o 822 N.E. 3rd Avenue Phone 2 I67I Ca"I'5 Mafkel' Fon Lauderdale Fla FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 3 24I6 ga, 'N 5, , -- 1 fr! in 1 lf? A' 9 x 0 'P 2- , I if , E. L, , -4,-, - . . P.O. , . . . ll - ll I om 0 MTS MCI away Sunrlse and N E 7'I'h Avenue W GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE Tnres Llfeguards Ba++erles General Elecfrsc Refrlgera+ors STOVES WASHERS RCA EMERSON ADMIRAL TV SETS I2 D E N S I8 S E 6+h Avenue G00lM WEAR I25 SE 2nd SI'ree+ TIRES PHONE 2 7562 PHONE 5423 FOR THAT PARTY 1039W A Gallon Jug of ICE COLD A 8: W ROOT BEER WASHABLE Fkoclcs 5 W TEENAGERS :messes 7 N UNIFORMS E IZ 9 cd I8 Sou+I1 Easf 2nd S+ree+ W FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Easf Broward af 3rd Avenue M 6' M CAFETERIA I24 S E Fursl' Avenue PHONE 5776 fo ff 0 Q F R IDI-I I L5 22055 2l4 S E 6l'h Avenue PHONE 9I00 ATC Builders Supply Company SERVICE EVEN WHEN IT I-IURTS 600 N Andrews Avenue Telephone 3 I42b FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA gvadeufeeaneb TH E. VVATCH NAAKF L Dealing Exclusively in Fine Wafches LONGINES - ELGIN - WITTNAUER 93l N.E. l9+l'I Avenue Safeway Theafre Bldg I o W. R. Auld B. E. Bari-els CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO ALL THE SCHOOL CHILDREN THE gnqffefz Qwnjnpmzecl Pnoneer Road Builders SNYDER CONSTRUCTION CO J. 206 SW bfh Sfreei' FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA PHONE 2 2506 o S. P. SNYDER 81 SON, INC. GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Haifa me Franchlsed Dealer 232 E I-GS Olas Blvd FI' Lauderdale Fla JOE CUMMINGS PHONE 5275 Z 544564551 ef- 424:60 Qmue l"lPxlI1 CJIQESSEIZ... B ll D Orlglnal Creahons 52 ff 547V 'xi:::.,1iff5sf:Y 354 S E 2nd Sfreel' Pl10l'1e 3 2933 FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA 3I7 E Brdward FI' Lauderdale Fla ,WZJWUZAESTRAQT N B CHEANEY Presldenf 222 Easl' Las Olas Boulevard FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Cuslom Upholslerlng GEORGE S BOLESH Cusfom FurmI'ure W I cushms 3555! 6, Re upl1ols+ermg 5 H O D Renovaho I SEVEN POINTS FURNITURE STORE FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA 650 N ANDREWS AVENUE lnfanls and Children s Wear 822 Easl Las Olas Boulevard CONIPLINIE-.NTS OF M4574 DRE SS 5 I-I O D 2l77 WlII'on Druve WILTON MANORS FLORIDA HOOKER INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance Servnce 423 E BROWARD BOULEVARD FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Phones 4754 4755 Phone 4770 or 9I98 -Wafifvev QALFQ is fsrsrzvuce BSA MOTORCYCLES SCOOTERS OUTBOARDS 2I50 WlII'on Drlve WIIIOH Manor The Cone Wufh Ihe CurI on OP DAIRY QUEEN DRIVE IN I029 W Broward Blvd TRY ONE OF OUR BLIZZARDS WPQFZQZKZ .E GTE I- COFFEE SHOP LOUNGE Amr Conduhoned PHONE 5325 JAMES H FRANKLIN Owner amjyfmeffif 20th CENTU RY ELECTRIC 4 I 9 E Broward For+ Lauderdale PHONE 2 766I HOME APPLIANCES NORGE 81 BENDIX SALES and SERVICES f o 9 ' T I f I 0 LOWMAN BEAUTY SALON me-35' ff 222 S E 6+h Avenue PHONE 3 56l5 ROYS BAIT 81 TACKLE SHOP gwafdwzeuw of Heaclquar+ers for 1'he Flsherman N N I N 2I5 E BROWARD BLVD Quneeag gfamo phone 5586 J B FANNIN Funeral Dlrecfor Phone 3 I42I 326 E Las Olas Blvd COMPLIMENTS OF goema4efa3 MUS IC 20l S.W. FIRST AVE. "Every1'hing in Music" Country Kitchen H'way No. 7 ai' Wesf Broward TRUCK STOP 6:00 AM. fo I2:0O P.M. Daily GOOD FOOD and COFFEE Q A 'fu 'I 1 ' " '- f if -J -4' - A - F O A I., 'W xx ., 0 . V S1 f I . . , K Phone 3 3898 Q7 ZW INC Economy Home HART sc:-IAEENER a. MARX Applmnces N Andrews Avenue FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA II4 E Las Olas Blvd PHONE 2730K Howard M Wyganf Owner Com lzments 0 Compllments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE MATTHEW BARTHOLD SHOP Corner SW 2nd S+ Q 5 Manager and Flrsl' Avenue PHONE 464: gQG6 gg0'26 Agp? QM? fa School Supplies Offuce Supplies Sporhng Goods 5II EAST BROWARD BOULEVARD TELEPHONE 2 3304 WILLIAMS PHARMACY Wul+on Manors The REXALL Sfore WHITMAN S CANDIES FOUNTAIN SERVICE WE DELIVER Open Every Day 8 AM TTII II PM 2000 WILTON DRIVE DIAL 2 3435 n 0 0 0 T WWW if 721 f INC SAND PLASTERS STUCCOS LIME VERMICULITE CALCIUM CHLORIDE Concrete Mixed the Wright Way DlaI 2 I464 Forf Lauderdale N E Sunrise Blvd and FEC Railroad 0 0 0 4 BLOCK MIX - ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL ROBERTS FURNITURE STGRES MAIN STORE AND OFFICE 9I5 E Las Olas Blvd WAREHOUSE STORE AND RECEIVING IIOO N E 8+l'I Avenue Compllments of Qyafw .4 CEAIQA CDE Fflglddlfe ApplIances Wd VIc+rola Records Capeharf Dumon+ RadIO and TelevIsIon RCA Zemfh I9I7 E LAS OLAS BOULEVARD Phone 2 3787 300 E LAS OLAS BOULEVARD 0 E O 1 9 o o o 0 o s n o Our Sincere Congrafulafions and Besf Wishes +o I'he Class of I952 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Foundahons Lmgerue age ga? Qffwffgbja School Days are Happy Days RELAX AT Florldo Colony Warnor STATE THEATIQES Sunset Where Happlness Cosfs So LrH'Ie PHONE 2-0252 o Telephone 3-299l BEST WISHES 9455! Ladies Apparel II6V2 SOUTH ANDREWS AVENUE For? Lauderdale Florida Weemeq 9 SERVICE STATION Smclalr Dealer 270l W BROWARD BLVD Forl' Lauderdale Florlda PHONE 95l3 FORT LAUDERDALE GROCERY C0 Wholesale Grocers HOTEL RESTAURANT GROCERS 437 SW 2nd Avenue PHONE 4684 Complnmenls of MWPWO Wlakmzi Q U50 GITIS l:lOI'lCla NOVBIIIGS 8K Slorl Vuews Playlng Cards and Accessorues 2499 W Broward 205 NW I + AVENUE PHONE 2 7293 PHONE 3 39I0 Agen'I's Norlh American Van Lmes KEAYNAI4 E. KELLY BUSINESS MACHINES PHONE 55l6 303If2 N W Isl' Avenue Fl Lauderdale Florida 5 M I I 4,-I AUTHORIZED DEALERS Z K SMITH CORONA TYPEWRITERS W 55771 My gy' FRIDEN CALCULATORS CLARY ADDING MACHINES 81 528 N Federal Highway CASH REGISTERS Rentals Repalrs Fl Lauderdale Florida CALL 2 0038 I Q ' O 0 . 4 . . S - CLEANERS ' fe 'I 0 5 LAUNDRY Quality Cleaning 624 SouI'I1wes+ Flrsl' Avenue For'r Lauderdale Florida PHONE 2 3804 Xi kvks. il"-53? E 151112 Book Cenier VISUAL AIDS FOR CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 2I3 Soufheasi' Tlnrd Avenue Phone 2 3079 dm MMM 600 NorII1 Federal Highway USED CARS U DRIVE CARS We Buy We Sell Congrafulahons from Q an 5204 RADIATOR SI-IOP 9I4 N E Flagler Drlve PHONE 6569 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 52 NOETI-4 EQINI Zfgggigd Esfab I924 2I7 N.W. Isl' Ave. FI. Lauderdale, Fla. I I W I x .1 In - A S S V L.L2.1:E:2: l I fa f' ' 6 ,ri . I .fx ' 4 0 I 0 1 I Compluments of U4 ma ULQQQX gujyjyfy Qwmfaamq KOHLER OF KOHLER FIXTURES FORT LAUDERDALE MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH ZQQQ DEDAQTMENT STCJQE Wall S+ree+ and SW Is+ Avenue FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Household Goods lnI'erlor Decorahng Dry Goods Nohons Congra+ula+o s and Besl' Wshes +o fhe Class of 52 ENJOY THE EVENINGS AT THE LAUDERDALE DRIVE IN THEATRE Congrafulahons fo Ihe Class of 52 W Broward Blvd and 27+h Ave E Always a Double Feafure H BROWARD COUNTYS FAMILY THEATRE PHONE 2 7I93 -I.-I 21 2 L- Phone 4I56 FORT LAUDERDALE ON THE BEACH 3027 GRANADA ST Affrachve Pre Season Rafes Open Year Round 639 NW SIXII1 Avenue Forf Lauderdale Florida WM T SPERRY O R BLUDAU Presldenl Gen Mgr Managmg Owner Our orgamzahon covers prachcally every held of endeavor I+ wall pay you +o consuli' us FLORIDA BUSINESS 6' FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS, INC 2II S E Third Avenue For+ Lauderdale Florida TELEPHONE 2 7264 0 o I ' I N C- WYNNE M. CASTEEL Comphments of FEDERAL AT LAS OLAS PHONE 9476 -3" A noon WEAR rmfs +-ICUTF I Phone 2 IZ67 Qzzmgffezz me wwemaf, gfap non SEABREEZE AVENUE AT THE BEACH ON THE BEACH Beach and Sporfswear All Rooms Overloolung +l1e Men Wqmgl Chlldg-en MARTHA TANNER 3005 E Las Olas Blvd BAHIA MAR YACHT BASIN FORT LAUDERDA'-E FLA Ocean Complnments of BEST WISHES EA I I2 EJ Qfimezgfifi gaze gage DELICATESSEN and 5 E QV' C: E BAKERY IOI NE 2nd Sfreei' 827 Easi' Las Olas Blvd DIAL 4I23 PHONE 2 0024 0 , Q-1 Z X A 'WEE' R X xx Ii 2 0 ' . 'F One block Souih of - - I Complzments 0 jjfmw WHOLESALE CONFECTIONS N Andrews Ave and I0+I'1 S+ FT LAUDERDALE FLA If Your Plumbing s On The Fru+z CALL We 95060652 n My GOOD FOOD IPWW CLS-'f'jI 6664? W 509 E Broward Keene eff? Upholsterlng Studio FOR FINE UPHOLSTERING OF MODERN AND ANTIQUE FURNITURE 30I4 W Broward Blvd Phone 2 2I IO "I"I--IOIVIDSON LEE I INIC GENERAL CONTRACTORS 6I9 NW Sevenfh Avenue PHONE HOLLYWOOD 3223 PHONE FT LAUDERDALE 53I2 FT LAUDERDALE Qgfgang ZX S ppl es 8: Eq pmenf 'Fo s a is Ta er s 8: Ja o Comme I R fr ge + lr Co + Esf 'Ies Cheerf IIy G ve DESIGNING 81 LAYOUTS FOR EFFICIENTLY OPERATED Play Golf af Q F+ Lauderdales Beauhful Q666ggRA?,?HgNGES 36 HoIe Mumclpal Golf Course E Teleph ne 2 305l 3 3l54 3I33I5 SW +Ae F1 Lauded e . o . 0 . , . j f. s' G f cf, MA '5'fi'jE'ffIn " ..-eff-, .-"11i2. ff ,X 1' 1 ' f - l j , I . u I ui r , Ho+eI, Res+aur n , v n nii' rs rcia e i ra ion-A' ndiioning I ima u I n Q , . L. . DucIon 0 S - , - - . . 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E 5 I-I OE 'EEPAI 2 Whule You Wall' Arr Condnhoned Orlhopedlc Work A Speclalfy SHOE DYEING SHOE SHINING I4 SE 2nd Sfreel Opp ScoH's Fori Lauderdale Florlda PHONE 42I7 Creations, Inc. DRAPES SPREADS FABRICS COVERS 220 SW Isl' Avenue Phone 2 3794 Congralulahons fo l'he Class of 52 7446054 ZZ Funeral Home D H FAIRCHILD Phone 2 28l I 299 Nor+h Federal Highway . . 7 T II ,K I U 0 0 Compliments of COMPLIMENTS OF ROWLEY BATTERY an Q Q g tg-I ELECTRIC SERVICE :Nc Phone 2 3705 6l5 NORTH EAST FIRST STREET Fori' Lauderdale Florida E, DHCZETZA W9 WIIQSIC MM awe Televlsnon Sales 8: Servlce g DUMONT ZENITH RCA Camera Shop 48 S W 2nd Sfreei' DIAGONALLY ACROSS FROM THE PHONE 2 0403 POST OFFICE Compllments of 060863 Wafwz, Q POWELL MOTOR I8 SW Is+ Avenue FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA d 0 I , I U , 06 . 0 Haifa ' A f is CongraI'uIahons Io Ihe Class of 52 Compluments of EAST COAST ? E. :Ax L. I Xf NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 74?hb REAL ESTATE BROKERS 600 Sou+h Federal Highway PHONE 2 8589 Shop and Save at Sahsfachon Guaranfeed or Your Money Back Sincere Best Wnshes of WFTL I400 ON YOUR DIAL AFFILIATE OF LIBERTY BROADCASTING SYSTEM The Flymg Ls Sport Stotlon I and IOI S. ANDREWS AVENUE . , . More 'rhan 300 S'I'ores In I4 S+a+es BELK LINDSEY 6 IO8 SOUTH ANDREWS AVENUE The SouII1 s Largesl' Drslrubufors of Reluable Merclwancluse PHONE 2 2202 Compllments of CATTLE RANCHES ACREAGE CITRUS GROVES BUSINESS 81 RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY W' SQLIQXI-WEE .Jon-:Ns BUQWELL Q EALTY Y 42 sw 2nd Sfreef FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Forf Lauderdale Florida We Apprecuafe Your Pa+ronage' OFFICE PHONE 2 3274 RESIDENCE 2 3 I66 6I4 S Federal Hlghwa Low Cash Prrces BARLITT'S MARKET Groceries Meals Vegefables FrulI's Telephones 2 250l 2 2502 8Il EAST LAS OLAS BOULEVARD FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA Home of Better Values CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I952 Conhnue learning so you can slarl' earning Zami! BUSIIXII-HH C CDI I FSF ACCREDITED American Assoclahon of Commercial Colleges MEMBER Nahonal Council and Assoclahon of Business Schools Phone 670l K7 QLQJQQQQ5 QW Realtors and Insurers 223 A souTH ANDREWS AVENUE EoRT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS FEATURING Jonalhan Logan Nan ScoH I Jollle Juniors S llglaarifffghggbs 23 Soulh Easl Second Sfreel Bobby Brooks Tabalc of California Kay Dunhill Forf Lauderdale, Florida o Q Q s W A -.5 A - Q 74 Y i Y i ul 0 I Q Q FLORIDA PUW ll' Z QP ll ,Q WMM givlwf We ret Qiulgn ' Way back when Mom and D d a were graduatmg I was just begmnmg to learn of all the ways I could help around the home Nou I ve recewed my dxploma as a full fled ed all around Household Helper The hs of thmgs I do to help you enjoy life IS rr ny umes longer than xt was 25 years ago Wnat s more my average hourly wage for hel pmg wrth homework IS just about half what it was then Padig Kilalaad' MQW x Www-7 9fz49W'a'7g5W,w1f 1 ff,9uA1f 2297 ZZ' J il NIB 9 5' in 3. LIGHT comnuv 'f ' I ,f f N if I X ' F U M , .T-i5'11Klf'.'- ' ' 5313532715 1:il51353fSt -S1233-fflf' - ' ' 9535532 - . rl-. 1 ---- 1-IX: "'if,'T'Q'filagE1"g , Q "lZ:-:,?:31gi:- , ' i.3.5:1i5i1ge3:r 2.5'1I5ill3fi72l3l I- ' " "1:lQ"9-..l7-. ,Qadw T WJ l -N l k - . flr23'?:-?i5rE- v.. 2 H QA-59"..?.w1.:Q:5,,1,,,,, ,,., f - .I . . . . X Q - f . '26 i: E E : McEWEN'S HELPY SELFY LAUNDRY I+'s Fun! To wash your own clofhes 8I0 NE FLAGLER DRIVE DIAL 9450 jk:-, f6ZZ24?2f AZ? 422 N E 6+h Avenue PHONE 2 8044 Phone 2 8250 553 Soufh Federal Highway ASK AL HE KNOWS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 952 lAUllllAlE IIAII rr uunfuo rloalun L J I IW, I. I I H M tI:i:i:i:i:1:i:1i:i:?3ii:i:f 'A"'A1iIZ . . uf, CONGRATULATIONS 81 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '52 O WMYLQ' l509A Easf Las OIas Blvd FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Eaaffgynf Qvlm 5549 STANDARD STATION Phone 9376 RBUIIO' ms E LAS OLAS BOULEVARD 23l0 Easf LGS OIGS Blvd FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA PHONE 6232 TVQFTSIM ADOQAELE IXAAQKET I t Sa' oxloggaggiau' If zzos WILTON DRIVE 3025 N E Ocean Boulevard WII+on Manor For? Lauderdale Floruda PHONE 5757 I W I QQ. ff-f OQ t T N " I-aw aww? CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '52 BROWARD NATIONAL BANK FORT LAUDERDALE NATIONAL BANK THE HOME BANKS Fori' Lauderdale Florida Members FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION CONGRATULATIONS 7 Mfg yawn fee Af Cluldren s Wearmg Apparel 2400 EAST LAS OLAS BOULEVARD FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Zmfmwi QA ya HALLMARK NORCROSS GIBSON For Your Plcmc Paper Pla+es Cups Tablecloflus Napluns Wooden Spoons Forlcs All above In Assorfed Colors lvl C SMITH The Sfahoner 6I0 E. as as one 4I94 CARDS PHONE 640I T J EBY O I-IOIXXI -E IILJ FZINI ITLJQE CCDNADAINIY NEW and USED FURNITURE 2I0 SW ISI Ave FI' Lauderdale Fla. and in 9 f - I o 0 Across From 'rhe Pos+ Office . . I Wner L OI Ph ' ' RES PHONE 3 2I58 D R ., went ., Wigwam im Realtor 500 SouII1 Andrews Ave SALES SEASON RENTAL Phone 2 0304 Offlce Phone TIRE RECAPPING TIRE REPAIRING 69's R gym TIRE SUPPLIES 2520 E Las Olas Blvd H1113 BATTERIES Lauderdale Fla CITY CARS na 4768 33 Years of Dependable Servuce RADIO DISPATCHED I9 NW Rnver Drlve BUSINESS MQQWJZWJ Cigars Candles Tobaccos 5 CO, Sundr-es OFFICE FURNITURE s. SUPPLIES I04 NW Isf Avenue Phone 2 06I5 PHONE 5002 20l Easf Las Olas Boulevard ' E I o I 9 G Z Ft I . D' I ll I 4 A S I JL- u I 0 4 0 9 FACIALS PERMANENTS STYLING COLORING NELLIE NORMAN BEAUTY I 'Nl 6 STUDIO 403 E 8,0 an, Bl d AWNINGS ALL TYPES Superlahve Work by Skilled Arhsfs IO8 SE SMH" Slreel' In an Exqulslfe Salon Forf Lauderdale Florida AIR CONDITIONED Pho e 3 24I2 Roberi Har Siylsi' THE GOURMET 24oo E LAS OLAS DELICATESSEN Comphments of 2277 Mifefmezei REALTOR Compleie Es+a+e Service SPECIALIZING IN BEACH PROPERTIES Phone 6I23 4I9 Seabreeze Ave AT THE BEACH FT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA CAIQTEIQ CERAMICS from Bonded Shlppers of House of Pefersham Indian River Frul+s 3233 S ANDREWS AVE J E CARTER e nvn+e You Io Wa+cI1 Us Work LUCY 81 BILL ROSS PHONE 3-4309 606E LsOIsBId FI' Lauderdale . w v . '- n - , I I I FI. Lauderdale's Only CompIe+e O - - w I ' . a a V . 0f4!PfPP00l!C'75' 7 fi? JZQZMJQZ XCECREAAI7 6 lf' 175' B0,?0fl1'.5' '9 ff! 607 70 BF 6000 f Contractors PHONE 2-069I I5I5 SW 20th St FT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA q-:an 'SQ 13 42244 AIRBASE SUNDRIES Com plete Fountaln Servuce COSMETICS SUNDRIES Phone 6600 7J70l'dQllJ' GATE CITY 55474025 s GATE CITY TREATED LUMBER For Permanent Construction 1 , . I I I I a A ' ' : l 5-,. 9 1 .Eg-ry W, . , i 0 . ' u ,QX - Ulu I 52f,nm,I mfgfp- .X M ' gnygwyjfi-16:5 5 af' I I """' 'fl' ' - 'imma ismfji' ' I I H . In -.-...... ,Ig .. .,.-,.,,, . :gf wif" , Z-A yx',uowrry,,w S ' 3 Guorunteadb xi Quad Haus "'4:mm . . I Q, . EJU1-22:1-QIOTQ BOTTLED GAS CO COOKING REFRIGERATION HOTEL Phone 22503 DINING Room l38 SW 24111 Sf 1' Fori' Lauderdale Florlda Comphments of Beach Bolt an Tackle Shop 425 SEABREEZE AVENUE C omplzmentx 0 552266 52! i 500 N E 6+l1 Avenue Phone 2 748I FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA l . . ree Forf Lauderdale. Florida ' . f 4 V , ' 'ji' Li,-I 5,111.1 . ,ff ' I F V- 5 X ,Wk I C om plzmenn 0 E O BECJW N EEA LTO12 H MCC Sfanford Jack Hauser BI3 E LAS OLAS BOULEVARD Pho e 4452 Se rvlce Wlth Courtesy JZQZKJQMZQZ GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR 2309 N E I3+h Sfreei' Phone 2 OIZ6 X HANDPAINTED PLAY CLOTHES BLOUSES LINGERIE LINENS 1 0 0 0 n ll ' 0 ll 0 A 'X D A Compllments of gf WZ? CIC-SAI2 E IOBALLO HAV A TAMPA CIGARS UTI G23 IHQICIDIL KEN 077fZfCJfCl IZ L 597 9 SOUTH ANDREWS AVENUE FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA ff ,XRS IIARDIARE VA Congraiulahons fo +I1e Class of 52 JZZWZJ' SIGNS 227 S FEDERAL HIGHWAY ' A 2 Ai A C Q. o o ene aft, -fu'a,fLe B U I L D E R S , D I I N D U S M A R I N E ' ' ' -. ,X I I IT Ts w"'Ns . -k,,w 4 ,TX 92, - Q , 1 ' I ' I - W' V - , ' ' I BIAS 6' KRUFT Adams Electrnc E ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR A APPLIANCE DEALER 2-292 sas sw E + 9 9 zmmeiwwx CAMEIQA "3"?,f5E Sl-IOD Qfsfiginffzai GENEQAI.. CONTQACTO12 ZI79 WILTON DRIVE PHONE 3 2643 6l7 asl' Las Olas H . an Shoes Deslgned Phone 0 . . irs Ave. Exclusively for X Youn Modems" Con rafulafionsl -l 0 ,ZSIETIK AL WALTHERS Realtor 440l Ocean Drive af Commercial Sfreel' PHONE POMPANO 669I Lauderdale By fhe Sea Fealurmg Ocean Fronl Properhes Comphments of 742 CQNGRATULATIONS TO CITY ICE AND FUEL. CLASS or I952 Los Olas Bakery D,,,,S,,,,, of Cary Producls Corp FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA B 6' C METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY 8 SW 23rd Slreel' For? Lauderdale Florida GENERAL SHEET METAL WORK Slainless Sfeel and Aluminum Galvanized, Copper and Monel BUILDERS' SPECIALTIES Gu'Hers, Cupolas, Morrar Boxes, Cemenl' Forms, Melal Doors, Iron Worlc, Rallings, Ornamenfal Iron Work, Fences, Tanlxs RESTAURANT FIXTURES Slove Hoods, Sinks, Fan and Blowers, Venfilaling, Ducl' Worlt PHONE 59I3 Best Wishes EQZQQPZAJ :EQ-rs 1.12512 COMPANY CHARLES DEBUTEEN SHOP BOYS' AND GIRLS' WEAR INFANTS TO SIXTEEN PHONE 2 l053 C O NTQACTO12 S PHONE 2 I42I PO BOX 28I W F + L d dl FI d ,T rs, xi . . 27 d 29 E L OI s Boulevard I6 Soufh es+ Firsf Avenue or au er ae. Qfbizmfa FENCE COMPANY Cham Lmk Wnre Fencing 640 NW 7I'h AVENUE 2 59I SIIOECLINIC EXPERT SHOE REPAIRINC-3 2355 Ih E +5+I1A BILL CONDON Mg P 2 2080 Slncere Congrafulahons and Besf Washes MAKE THE DAILY NEWS YOUR DAILY READING HABIT FT LAUDERDALE DAILY NEWS Q02 eggfbz Comphments of lzfffdfyffff QP Lnfe Insur ance PHONE 3 I45I 3II S.E. 25Ih Ave.-Phone 3 3474 2I5 S.E. 3rd Avenue f A-1477 W W Y- O In 'I n o a n OU as venue Forf Lauderdale, Florida I'- Phone -8 ' hone - ' f I I . I a.Im:1.u, INIEIT23 A O O O I O "Where More and BeH'er People Mee+" DUTCH MILL 15? 47 QQ 6' 0203? vQ' vll! 545' zo s +h F 4 Hgh PHONE 9248 i ,ix Q4 gig 1 i, , AV o V' O5 0 0 ou e eral i wa RICHARDSON CONSTRUCTION Rl JZIIIUSBEQN umm., ,nm Mu! 645 NW 7+I1 Avenue Fori' Lauderdale a SKILL RESPONSIBILITY INTEGRITY I Comp lments Ot Congrafulahons and Besf Wishes Io AII Graduafes Venehan Blmd W 2 M M00 Manufacfurlng Co Inc 5I7 N ANDREWS AVENUE L W W THRASHER PHONE 4774 . ndrews ai IZII1 Sireef of Mem Cleaners 6' 609 S.W. lsr Ave. CompIimen+s C. F. RUNGE Owner may Launderers Phone 2 306l . " "m""I A f ' V dfqv U ff"'f"" p J,-,,..,,,.., f 1 ' , - I I ' . . , FI . I 0 ., . 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F -M I l ll ll 808 . as as Boulevard . wner 0 Q l and some of the thmgs they do Telephone glrls enjoy mterestlng and 1m portant Jobs ln a growrng mdustry Operators usrng modern equ1pment pro- Representatlves handle customer contacts 1I1 our bus1ness oiiices -Stenographers Typlsts and Clencal workers perform rmportant and spec1al1zed Jobs m all departments If good pay frlendly assoclates your own age pald vacations sxckness benefits and frequently scheduled ralses appeal to you why not come ln and talk wxth us about a pos1t1on w1th the Telephone Company l Q vide world-wide communication.-Service ' 9 Gull wwf FORT LAUDERDALES FOREMOST BUILDER OF MEDIUM PRICE HOMES Developers of Lauderdale Harbors A New Subdnvlslon of Wa+er'Fron1' Homes 3 Bedroom Two Ba+h Terrazzo Floors MODELS NOW OPEN I BIocIc Soufh of Lauderdale Yachf Club Ample Druve m Parking jf! 5 Zinn! ei BEAUTY SALCDN C IT-IES Esfabhshed I936 FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Road Servlce Ba++enes 5I5 SE 6+Il Avenue Ion Federal Highway PHONE 5I0 S E bfh Ave 33937 FI' Lauderdale Fla '7"""4 cuss CHARLES R TRUE HERMAN BLARDINELLI Q Phone 5078 II99 Sou+I1 Federal Highway ' I Compliments of L- We fhe sludenfs of Fi' Laucler dale Hugh School smcerely appre cuafe The cooperahon of + e business men foward malung our annual a success IIO SW 4+h Cour+ PHONE 5993 The EBB TIDE S+aff washes fo fhank 1'he gurls pncfured below for +henr worl: In scheduling plcfures 'for phofography Fronf row lef+ fo rngh+ Maggie Hamulfon Alva Haymarch Maggue Chanclelaer Yvonne Saunders and Nancy Kares Second row lefi 'lo rnghl Truclle Trudeau Jaclue Hanslel' and Ann Olander I ' ' ' - , , D 0 h . . 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