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

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QQ vi, , A 'I ... 4 0 1 ,J , 1 ia nur FOREWORD For +he Class of I954 Commencemenf rs fhe finale of a very rmporranf performance Now wah ihls yearbook as our program we revrew our lasi' year of hugh school The +empo was qurclc 'Phe harmony pleas ani' 'rhough no'r always perfeci' The rheme was a cheerful one expressing presenr happnness and hope 'for fhe fulure The famullar fune of our Alma Maier appeared frequenrly rn +he background fading as +he year closed mio Pomp and Clrcumsfance We leave fhe sfage +oge+her 1'hen separafe each gomg hrs own way As our memories grow dum we will cherish more and more fhls one remalnlng llhk wnfh our hugh school frrends, +he l954 EBB TIDE Q Q I . Q o Q . n , . U I I . 4 n I on . o I I 0 . o I I 1 0 Q 4 . I - u no o 1 . , n contents F5 d6dtCGflO-I1-E - HQ J SLEQQ ' ,- my rx W h X calendar-V who s who and features ' 'fm Wim clubs 'L 1 QUIT f"fT V-T1 J JTTT Ltarculty 'X i'i"4?ia G55-Ei M5154 underclassmen gf... 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'f C- .r, v-'xx 1 Q 4.44.- -L I AS A" SEPTEMBER ELEANOR GALBREATH AND LEE DUDLEY School recenved much needed face ltftmg Psychology teacher Dr Hunter made a hut The school paper was renamed The Navigator Jean Stanton named Student of the Month Ralny weather dndnt faze the Lauderdale fans as the Ls trounced the Bulldogs to capture the County Trophy Tame on our hands longer lunch hour at last The book store converted unto a club room for luncheon meetings School dusmussed at noon one Frnday for false hurrucane alarm All chartered clubs recenved new sponsors thus year The Gurls L Club now Includes the Malorettes Coats and tees were seen with the usual dungarees as EBB TIDE puctures got an early start October Novembe December January February March Apnl May June Graduation' I' I F- 1 f- L ,, I ' 3 K I ' 'f V ' fry.: 2. 9 , ,, . . 1 lt K1 l 1 - , l Ng W ' fa 2 L, . ' . D . . . , . , . . , 1 r . . . . , 11 11 ' - - - ' r' . . . , . , 1 I 1 1 1 I 'T ' Bookstore moved upstaxrs Navugator staff began work early If 2 Gym classes received mstruchon In lnfe savmg OCTOBER WWW 1 :RES ASTRID TINDALL and BOB SILLERS Ed Frykman was the Student of the Month Sensor class play tryouts held I5 future Barrymores chosen EBB TIDES went on sale the twelfth for the tra dntuonal prnce of three dollars The week of Cnvutan Club mutnatuon saw many boys wuth berubboned crew cuts put through theur paces In the patlo The school took on a deserted atmosphere when the fans nnvaded St Pete to see the L s wun thelr second game The Chorusters led by sololst Jamce Morton gave theur fnrst program Woeful faces appeared on campus as the fnrst report cards were Issued The Halloween Howl was a howlsng success Graduatlon only erght months away L . I' B 1 1 .. ffm - if Y '. . , , I f t LA W ' e wx: A .fl S at W 'A wwf' ,, lf at t ttf , 1 w V F V " ,V ,Y ? A A T R FM: , ' s - . 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X 5 5 C 5 ,J f 4 K 1 f-y 1 N I NOVEMBER u?"'A fx 'P s' ,ng DOUGLAS CREIGHTON and NANCY TAYLOR Twurp season brought a thorough max up with the gurls flauntmg their prnvnlege to ask the boys out Luz Porter and Bob Slllers starred In the Sensor Class Play Qualnty Street Sensor Superlatuves selected Junlor Chuck Gibson was chosen Student of the Month At the annual pep rally students cheered whale the Jackson Dummy burned to a crnsp Although exhausted after the snake dance some students stall managed to attend the free dance followlng Foot ball Queen Pat Murphy rengned over the Homecommg Game attendants were Layte Bowden sensor and Carol Mattull tumor The first bug dance of the season was called Autumn Twllught Only 25 shoppmg days tull Chrlstmas' - x 1 43 'Ng . . Q I ffl? 'cw fs ig il . . . , n . 11 - - ' ' . . . . . . , . . . 1 ,. 1, - I 1 I 1 ' I - , , , . . . ,, .. ,, . . . Willis- ,-mis' "' ""n-03.1 Homecomnng Queen and Attendants lf 15" N ll JaCk5On meS 5 Up m WhY do oe n r yOU go mY 9 dx-,rn Oh a diet, A yank and a pull and away we go DECEMBER - XYQ JEANNE MCCORKLE and EUGENE HOWELL Sensor Workday came early thus year S2 OOO goal exceeded No sooner was thus over and done wuth than the sensor cards came In creating a mad rush for almost a week as they were exchanged The Advanced Chorus and the Chorus ters gave- their Chrlstmas program to the freshmen and sophomores Later that week they presented the program to the whole clty The band not to be out done gave thelr Christmas concert after vacatnon start d Many gurls appeared wnth cuts and brulses after the annual Junior Sensor Football Game The seniors last dance Twas the Nsght Before Christmas was complete with mvstletoe and cold weather Co Charrmen were Barbara Burkhardt and Ed Frykman Chrast mas was upon us before we realnzed ut Shopping rushlng presentnng and recenvnng gufts created the holnday spurnt so famnluar to us all Only sux months left tnll Graduatnon' 1 I " 1 Tw 1 , . 1 1 , 1 v 'av . 1 - 'v, X J , ' 1 v ' . . 3 ' A' 1 4 ,, - A . .' .rx K a ' A JAM. .- '. ' , . . . r 1 . . . , ' . . . B . , , . . . . . . . . , H 1 . . ,, . . 1 1 . . . , , 1 THE WINNERS! 1 l' " Yip" Marilyn Kendrick, Sharon Evans, and Sandra Smith exchange cards. Janice Eastham working at her usual iob on Workday found Ronald Shoquist delivering tele workday. Qfams- I LTA P Z C P T '4 I 7X1 'L 0 Wil t jo fVM4LVf t tr I f. WWE! .PQ JACK WILSON and DOTTIE SANDERS School resumed January 4 after a np roaring vacatuon L cagemen beat Coral Gables tn the first ttlt of the season A week end excursnon to Tampa took the All Staters for chorus and band out of the school for two days School wasnt the same for the sensor gtrls after the three mternes went back to Muchngan Leglslatuve Counctl announced choice of Barbara Burkhardt as Student of the Month for December Charles Kung was chosen for January Student Coun cnl staged a two week Campus Clean up Campaugn headed by Rosemary Brown Most of the chartered clubs took In new members Baseball and track teams started practuce thus month Crammung for semester exams brought a vvorrted rown to most LHS students To graduate or not to graduate that was the question' "S" can - 1E El -C, CT 8 lj A N 5. E2 -I . X CX - 531 ts S 6 ff ..-LY. QF w ,X bye, - CX A 1 - S B ff fi . . ' ' - C, kg - . Q iv ST. . V .c . -X Sc srl 'S ijlxi' ' 'SQ ss? fl . . , tc an . X5 'S Lf, 1 . 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FEBRUARY AL WEST and NORMA DAVIS Measuring for caps and gowns had sensors looking forward to that all nm portant date nn June Chorus sponsored a performance by the Bowlnng Green Tourung Cholr Mass Ft Lauderdale Hx Candudates numbered ten seven of whom were sensors Oh woeful day' Semester report cards :ssued Base ball team practice under the leadershup of Coach Swugler started thus month Lynn Brown lunuor was Basketball Queen wuth attendants Barbara Huffman and Peggy Lee The Key Club started a convennent savung plan for students Watch out Sensors' Graduatuon us maghty close' I I 1 A L'4 .- - I s. V 1 U . f , K X I .1 il 6 jf , ' ,. A , S' r, ,' K f 1 C V s . rf , 4 F 7, - rl ,Q L l . ,Q ' I ' y ,, 4 , A 1 ', ve . an . , , . V l I .4 A t 'H XXX . . . . , 1 1 - v lu QI - K!-lf--,4- 1 l How tall am I? lnlusrluu, .us The Industrial Arts class display. Basketball Queen and Attendants. 1 U -L - wr L. The last shipment-now we can relax. ar- 11- :I 2 , We're supposed to be dancing! ii z., ,W Why the frown? It's lust senior exams. i Heap big captain gottum caught! 'Qs' He flies through the air with the greatest of ease. MARCH 'TIT ,-nm' ll lglgl mm gg-av-ak' ALICE McKEE and JIM MCCLUNG Candidates for next years Student Councul offlces began campalgnlng Sophomore dance Chumes of Sprung was held thus month The fnrst track meet In two years was a hlghlught of March along wuth the fnrst baseball game Sensors began to realnze how hard nt as to remember a sublect after two years when sensor exams came around Chorus made a flrst duvlsuon at dns trlct competmon an Mnamu Students ran the town for a day on Student Gov ernment Day Aprll May then Graduation' -t nw' PA, 41 ' ' l Q P? Q ' in 'n l ll' t t . Y 7 ll I 4 A , h , ' ff-7 0 .t I Q1 Q, f l u 1 . ,. '4 f-vw ' I it ' V ' V , 3 1 l Us 'l If VNU, I 5 . I, r 1 I i sy g , sl S a 1 I X . l i fl J -y t 1 . J' t I ' t 3- , t ffillllda .V A A . 'Q Q . g ,L t, k 5 - ,il 5 , fu l , - kt ' s . E-V' - . . . . , , 1 . APRIL -X1 ANNETTE LEE and PETE MITCHELL Despute Apnl Fool s Day the Jumor Class Play was presented wlthout a mushap The two day Easter vacatlon came as a welcome relnef to LHS students Pastel colors and cotton dresses emphasuzed the fact that sprung was In the aar The long awaited day had arrnved sensors could sklp wuthout a worry Babs Walker was crowned Muss Ft Lauderdale Hugh at the annual Flylng L Follles . Graduatnon gust around the corner' I ' W4 ' ' f . I 1 . l 1 L ! wr -.1 My I , ' 'C .a ' - A -' Q I , ' 1 4 . A ll 1 '1'-'---M c ,, , -E p X M , 'T V . V . 3 - . ""fg '- 3 - -W lx 4 A ' 'XL K , . ' I 2 ' ' f ,Q . 'ss A , 5 -. ' ,1 . f Q A , 1 ' 43 V ' 4 ll V, , . 5 -, 'll-1. l ,L-A 1 M' ,,f' L 5 A 7-1211 I Y s , ,V V ti , S 1 .Q vs , - V - . . , 1 . . . . . . ,, ,, . .U 52+ Bye y'aiI! See you at the game! f i-E Legal skipping! What a riot! Early morning practice. W Aa MAY ,aiu-Y ,aff ,, ,fl ff li Wd 'An F' n If ' 4 Q UNDINE UNDERWOOD and CHARLES SWEARINGER Funal exams are over many lucky sensors were exempt thus year The Sensor Tea was a very formal affair wnth everyone dressed to the teeth Class night a nught to remember 6 OO nn the mornnng the Prom was a great success and ended wuth tnred faces and weary bones Sharon Magda the charming Prom Queen reigned over the gala affair The EBB TIDE frnally arnved and the usual annual sugnung partnes were held Rehearsals for graduatnon exer cuses wuth and wuthout caps and gowns The great moment Commencement was here and then an a very short tnme gone agaun As the memornes of past years flash through our mlnds we all agree nothnng us more sad nor more excnt mg than recenvnng that funal daploma 'V I 1 Q . r-I ' ll 7 C ff' We - ls . I Q LB lv Y' ffl ' if ,wg V f I 1 :..-' T . '11 ff 1 - T Y! Ai: I , 17, . A-'T 1 r, Q - 1' APMW4- JUNE v"9H9" 40" .,,:fg,9g V . B JIM CRUM and FAITH CLEMENTS If ADYI Y K2 T Q51 Senior privilege??? A moment of relaxati on during the Prom. ' -4 34 055 4 'f I .I 14 4 Q.-f, 'T .'l 2 ff 'A gf: fl I 'S if 4' D i Q as if Q' ' Qi llllllll' dl 'L .. x .5427 0 Xf Q 'uf i 2 . . n K , 5 f . Q A egg - .f ?fff'z- 1- 1 .V -QA' A 5 : 4 ' 'uf , 5, Q '. . -' 'D Y .A ' Y. ' -A ...Q Vg' 4 . a It il , -V a , 5 s O-. Q. J 1,9-ig ., 1 -'-51, K ww., X' 'y .A s fqx is W '. w P '. V 1 r A g, if -f f.", lf' 1-. 'Qs A 4. . " 5 ' is ' -u M 'x . 5 . 'LJ or Q 0 N . Q .Y 6 r 9 9' ' 1 b ' Q - Q ' ' ' R ' YR , I ,-W. , ' fffw i' 5 ,Q ,s,, "" ' ' , . , t Q .- 1 p xi o..v,x H. lv ' ' . 0' -' 4 9 'iff ' I 44 3-'fx 'B--v 6 F x r use L 6 w f ' Q Q MOST ATHLETIC ara Sfaples Bill Huegele Q Q ' 0 Q .,..i3 A, ,-.iw-A+ 5 4,, 9 s,. 'Q 5 9 ' Q '+ 'fs 9 + ' 'wx o,N 4. OR Q 1. 4+ 4X 4 "+ '-4 9' . 1 fx-4 1 .M A+ '+ 4 '+ 4 '4 4 +44 MOST DEPENDABLE Marilyn Ma+hews Reg Leeby ,M l m,:MmmAww.1?2f, 7 Q ,. . 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ENV , y5,gQZK.Vk I , Nui- L," , ,. , 1: C, 4 .13 H ,v 5 LK " ,, U, w S- i X ,Q Q fs' xgfigw , , M Va1vf'51.,Qf?,fif ,f,,p , ' I ,L,g,-V ' A ,, 4, ,W , ff' 1. 21 f Www ' ,Y 1 1 1 Q. ff? ,WJ ,w,,,. I 4, iw 1 LJ,-1' qu 4 ' y- ft B , A ' . .12 : . J , 0344 , 'K' A N2 E 2, f , My 9 3' 42, ,4 " 'i Wifi-Z? 4 lbw I n 4 ,if Q A , . ' 51 fy , ,, , .Z "-:aw w,h,V . AL," -Q , - W' ... 4 '3!hQi..,1,ws V ml Z X 1' 1 r tif BEST PERSONALITY A ff Quen+in Halsey Jeanne De Shields Q -8' HY K ix. ' ' iff? 'Y 1 , 5 ,4 'kai "4 ' NW' K ,W ,, 1- - f A we 9 0 iq tm v ,QQ M' 'No ,ju 'V .Q-sl. 1'- Pwfm. .. vw- vw, r, -- 1 v "N 'W 13' 4 'x ' J x 'ji w N. v? -xx I ' WEA ,, , '- 'S MOST TALENTED Janlce Mor+on Allen Anderson if 7 X , 6 5 V , . v , " 2 fr . if gi ' , ' az-1 'ff W" , ', ' , ' h-I ' . , fm V V T V., at 'Q Y , X ,V U 1 3 nj . I if " ? :Wifi ' ,Wifi f 'f Z Jflffyf. V W' if - Zifl-gigy ' 4' A, A -:LL X-I-tv:-,Qt R x. W ,L ' . ' Qfiggrgqf- 03, , 1,3 ' 7 ,, 1, F WITTI EST Bob Casteel Babs Walker 1. U fx 35' Sf ,, - Q' GUILFORD BARTLETT . . . Senior President of the Wheel Club . . a Thes- pian . . . lnter-Club Council worker . . . Latin Club member. CAROL LANDRY . . . Senior Active member of the Student Council Legislative Board . . . Co-Editor of the EBB TIDE . . . participant in the Senior Class Play . . . Secretary of the National Honor Society. RONALD THOMAS . . . Senior V' Varsity football player . . . a command- , , ing officer in the Civil Air Patrol . . . ,,. L Representative on the Senior Class Leg- l islative Boa rd. ll I JOLENE THOMPSON . . . Senior An assistant to the Student Council Department of Commerce . . . Manager of the Concession Stand . . . a member of Juniorettes . . . Executive Council worker. SANDRA DENNETT . . . Junior Editor of the Freshman Class pages of the EBB TIDE . .I . National Honor Society member . . . active in Junior Tri-Hi-Y . . . Latin Club worker. RALPH DOUGLAS . . . Junior President of the Junior Class . . . active worker in Boys' "L" Club . . . Key Club member . . . Letterman on the Tennis Team. HALL ,QQ lf' ri :Qs ' .,t- , 4 U br' it Q Z.,...,,,,.., -,, J I CAROL MILLER . . . Junior Junior Class Secretary . . . active in the National Honor Society . . . Secretary of the Junior Division of the Advisory Coun- f cil . "h W . CARL SCHUSTER . . . Junior An active Key Club member . . . Vice President of the Junior Class . . . Letter- man on the varsity Baseball team . . . Speaker of the Legislative Council . . . active in the Boys' "L" Club . . . a mem- ber of the National Honor Society. X n 'C' ROGER FRAZIER . . . Sophomore Assistant Business Manager of the EBB TIDE . . . President of the Latin Club . . . Manager of the Chorus . . . a Chorister . . . Debate Club member . . . Assistant Manager of the Concession Stand. 4 fi YOLANDA HUSTY . . . Sophomore Secretary of the Sophomore Class . . President of the SophomoreTri-Hi-Y . . Tennis team player . . . a Juniorette. ...QT il" i SAM BELL . . . Freshman . President of the Freshman Class . . . 5 Q "" member of the Junior Honor Society . . . I ' Secretary of the Sophomore-Freshman Hi- . N. Y Q Q RY T,-I - YQ' PAT BARNETT . . . Freshman A, Secretary of the Freshman Class . . . it - active member of the Freshman Tri-Hi-Y l . . . a chairman for the Freshman Dance. 'N i l L "s- w-...,, I 'G' 4 1 "Y' ,J Q7 Jo-,n 1 ,p your 4. 'C' 25" Q Q' flu ,,,..-' ' -ev- MISS LYNN BROWN Baskefball Queen Miss Fori' Lauderdale High Candidaie Prom Queen A'H'endan i' "Nl , ' 4 'X iz V O :KA MISS BARBARA ANNE WALKER Miss For+ Lauderdale High 'C7 19, - . - x '?M.xlW5X Ml MX 1 E 5 R I 1 , I SS SHARON MAGDA ,Prom Queen ATTENDANTS AND CANDIDATES A U , Q. ,L an r,Q - oo 3 ' Ac ,K ,. JEANNE DE SHIELDS Miss Fort Lauderdale High Attendant 1' fx f . ' Q MARILYN MATHEWS Miss Fort Lauderdale High Candidate Prom Queen Attendant 'Y' -"f7'f"' LAYTE BOWDEN Football Queen Attendant Miss Fort Lauderdale High Candidate Ein .L BARBARA HUFFMAN Basketball Queen Attendant Miss Fort Lauderdale High Attendant 1"x VD CAROL MATTULL Football Queen Attendant we ji K0 GRACE CATTAUI FAITH CLEMENTS Prom Queen Attendant Miss Fort Lauderdale High Candidate Prom Queen Attendant 1,5 1 E5 J GERI IGLEHEART PEGGY LEE Miss Fort Lauderdale High Candidate Basketball Queen Attendant 135' Q'-59' 10" SHARRON WATKINS BOOTSIE WILSON Miss Fort Lauderdale High Candidate Miss Fort Lauderdale High Candidate SENIOR CLASS PLAY Quality Street By JAMES M BARRIE Now lets try at agann' gi- W' Left to rnght Janet Brown Mary Ann Kane Soma Czermawslu Asfnd Tundall Left to nght Betsy Paton David Blume Eluzabeth Left to rught Bob Shull Pat Cervu Terry Hamulton Porter Martnn Jelsema Margo Croxton Arnold Stemmetz Left to right: Bob Sillers, Elizabeth Porter, Ellen Wilson, Janet Brown. CHRISTMAS DANCE "'Twas the Night gh.-- Before Christmas" gn-S--gr Y :Dugan-f annul wh QCQQQQN au 4. 1 ill Delores Lail and Jack Mitchell find a cozy spot. 'Uh ,A Jean Denham and John Sell give HFFOSYYH his C"0W"- Last minute rushes with brushes. ,Q L L Y Q t Hx . 5'- Qi . , . . W Jim Crum, Pat Griffin, Sally Smith, Marsha Klasing tells "Santa Babyfu and Bill Burkhavdf enloy a pause berween dances. "Our dance is great," say seniors Ed Frykman and Jeanne DeShields. VICTOR and CHUCK The happy chairmen with fheir dates. THANKSGIVING DANCE V A lmle but of heaven. Things are shapung up' .Q avfi nl! I Q., A couple of couples enloymg the dance Say, i1 fakes vwo to tango! JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "Dangerous Non McGrew" By GEORGE BATSON I, 4 E i .fwfr ul Victor Harke, Grace Cat- Hlbey, go ,hmugh the taui, and Cathy Pasquali first part again." select the play 4 I ve If f Who killed David? 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T M GENE HOWELL PAT PEARCE JIM REILLY LARRY CALDWELL End End End Tackle Al. Tackle 'A 5 ll. Pre game nstruchons I Tackle fha f 'K Ji' , 'G BOB SULTE Tackle 30 f- Q5 4 ""i:f, fi.. , -TQ 1"-Q 'L , W' ' LL 9 X 53 ,Q X 'xiii 4,4 - ?' 1 ,' .L N ' f- l .. f' "" Y -fx lf, I . ' xt . - . 5 a -11 x f A ., . , .V . , L 14 M3 R J? H L 76 Q-S ' SNP ' I ' G Y .Hg - 'C.'.- ' . -fr, H-'ff 3-f ' '-2 ' f.-2. '. we z.,:--lf. :L-LTA ,ix . .A .' xt, - ff ' .5 ,.' t ' .Ll --.124--A-,,.' 'jf' -5 1 4 , ,Qffn 11-L ,I ' A '. . 1 .V , il.. 1 .6 si .-lf. 21, 2 i L 'A 124,11 , . . ,: fav ii'X I ANDY KRUSE N - Athletic Director ,,,5, , Q. N A " VARSITY COACHES - Left to right: Jim Maurer, Duke Maltby, and Veazey Holt. SCHEDULE l'5 OPP. 0 Jacksonville Lee ,,,, M27 13 South Broward .,,,,, ,,,,A,, 7 7 'Miami Edison ,,,,, YYY,,,, 2 6 O 'Orlando Boone .,... ..l4 I3 St. Pete ,.,,,.,,,, ,,A,A,, 1 2 O Miami High ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 I 6 West Palm ,,,., ,.,,,,,,,, 2 5 6 'Lakeland ,,,,, , ,..,,,, 7 6 'Coral Gables , ...,,26 6 'Miami Jackson ,,,, M20 " Home Games 55 ix ,v"' , til - . I nvu.,,,,. f EQUIPMENT MANAGERS--Back row, left to right: Jack Wilson, Ronald An- selmo, Burl George, Bob Skidmore. Front row: Ralph Keller, John Winning- ham, Gary Snyder, Mort Johns. ED BOYACK DANNY DOYLE Center Center J: FPT4' 'N I' 1 E h :Q t -ay! , 'Jaxx' C 5 ,L , . , - - ,f : 3 MM S Lf' X f , 5 :, 1 L , , A . ,-5 x : ' ' I 3, I B Y t M ' ' K 1' " -in , A I 'PYLA ,mg-' .4 ,figs , '- .ff 4 'L L L ' "Lf '5:'M'7"' X TQJW4- st' Y :fn MM- 1 N 1 f-f -ff .- 7-'fr - f ' ig .4-3, v,,,:, ' - f Afgrtgqey . X , 0. gq ,V ,mt ag? A x 2-. P vffa 5 '--,:J- A-.vL6i- " 'f' fu' H, 1.. r ff I C-1 'uf r--': - -I 'f -2, '- - i f ,:,,'g,gf...A, .3 Hu-5, 'fI,'55I'f any Qxigiqgfye :,f,g,,,,i5,,.N2 -:ta-cJ,,ft.jf l ,,-.I -5.4. , .n -fgw L. tb LQ. .5 93: 'A-,f.2,-'-igr .,-.w-2-ig ,':5:f-P511 , 1? - 'v 1 -' I Wig Sr' , - 4.2"-,, -1 gal' z' ' r Q- -Vfah.,"", R? BOB MAHER TOM MUNSON BILL RUSSELL Quarterback Quarterback Fullback ED FRYKMAN Most Improved Player CO-CAPEAINS-Left to right: Dick Wilson and Bob Hale. DICK WILSON Fullback CHARLES HULFISH Mosr Valuable Player la 1 'fe' f -,Ln N L, If 1 Q f ' s ,- 'Q ' ,Le-w.,...f, 4, N- ..1 DON IsoI-IANNON cv cAsoI2IA BILL HORKY CHARLES HULFISI-I Halfback Halfback Halfback f Halfback f BILL KOHL K . YS HaIfbaCk VKX - Faq, " M! Sa - - j - w I 'wi me 'L 'l x r- 'II 4 A goal line svand. Z A ' ,f 'L 1' - A 2.1-.., h , , I 'n'Q',f-4n3"ff ' J???g?5'i1f STATISTICS , ..a.7,,.w. D I ,sir ? A Mfffgfkgg, In-'Ig . ' . ,REEL-, .,, 1.39, ,ygzi Ui - ' .2 . 7-,A L'S OPP. N -' ,Q-Li?.,,3,S Firs! Downs , .,,,,, . , , ,. 91 116 5' ' ' ' ' " ' ' Nee Gained scrimmage as I I.LLLL. 1377 woe INKY MATTULL JIM MCCLUNG Passing Halfback l'lBlfb6Ck atfempted I L... 112 so 'H' completed v,,S,,..,. ..,, 4 1 28 infercepied by .. ,, 8 10 Yds. Gained Passes ,.,.,. ,,,.,,,. 4 80 545 Total Yds. Gained Scrimmage and Passing ...e.. 1857 2453 Fumbles .,...,,,,.,.,,,.......,.,e,.......,,.... 40 33 Own Fumbles Recovered ......L,,,.. 11 9 Yds. Lost Penalties ......... ,,...., 2 95 361 -,U-r., -' Total Poinvs L,,,,,,. ..,.,,., .... 5 7 184 9 "if-'its PETE MITCHELL BOB RICHARDS Halfback Halfbadi Coach Holt changes offense assngnments JACKSONVILLE LEE GENERALS The Generals proved too much for the lnex pernenced Ls In the season opener The outstand :ng work of several Flynng L veterans could not stop Lees Preston George from scorung three TDs to gave the Generals a 270 victory SOUTH BROWARD BULLDOGS The Ls a I4 poznt underdog upset the Bull dog eleven by a I37 count Casteels short passes put the Ls nn sconng posltlon and Wnlson plunged over for the wunnung TD MIAMI EDISON RED RAIDERS Olnn Green tallylng twuce In the tnrst quarter led the Ralders to a 26 7 trlumph A late drnve by Wilson Mattull and Russell gave the Ls thelr lone TD Co Captalns for the Ls were Burkhardt and Mattull ORLANDO BOONE BRAVES Orlando Boone upset the favored Ls by the rnargnn ot I4 O Seven Flying L fumbles coupled wuth Boones outstandnng puntung kept the Ls deep In theur own territory Kelly scored both TDs for the Braves SAINT PETERSBURG GREEN DEVILS Tom Munson sldeluned by a pre season In lury came un to sugnal the Blue and Whlte eleven to a I3 I2 victory over St Pete Bob Clark and Inky Mattull scored th TDs for the Ls Bll Clendnnen converted the wnnnung pount MIAMI HIGH STINGAREES Wnth Fonts pavrng the way the Stungarees of Mlamn Hugh coasted to a 2I O vnctory over the Flying Ls Munsons AO I yards puntnng average was Instrumental In keepung the Stnngarees from further scores The L s scoring chances were kept to a rnunumurn by nnlurles to several key players W lson tnes for an extra yard Russell gcooys 5 O d e d I I , . 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Clendmen try for that all umportant pomt WEST PALM WI LDCA TS Thus cold nlght found the Wildcats hot enough to burn the Ls 26 6 The valnant Blue and White fought courageously agannst breaks and an alert rnval before succumbnng to the heavuly favored Wildcats Wllson scored for the Flyung Ls In the wanrng seconds of the game LAKELAND DREADNAUGHTS Early nn the furst quarter a Lakeland scatback tallied theur only TD In the thsrd quarter Munson connected wnth a long pass to Russell who then ran for a Flynng L TD The extra polnt attempt was mtssed Lakeland scores a 76 wnn CORAL GABLES CAVALIERS The Cavalners struck wuth rapler luke thrusts when the Flyung L defense seemed to have them stymled The Ls offense functioned smoothly for a fnrst half touchdown but was stopped by nts own fumbles un the second half The fnnal whistle found the L s on the short end of a 26 6 score MIAMI JACKSON GENERALC An lnsplred band of Flying L grndders met the power laden Generals head on In a thrnllnng duel before bowlng 206 In the closlng seconds of the flrst half Munson hlt Russell with a TD pass tying the score at 6 6 Long runs by Casorua and Munson an the second half thrilled the L sup porters but the Generals defenses held the rag Ing Blue and White tlde short of the qoal llne W ll and Horky golt a General Ace 3 . V I 1 . . . . . A 11 11 - ' , . . . . 1 1 1 1 ' - . , . 1 1 i ' . " 'AT' uns .wid 'WW 'D fue Phu! Furs! row left to rught Ed Boyack Don Bohannon Jum Mc Clung Phul Wahlbom Gene Howell Charles Hulfush Frutz Wull Jum Reully Danny Doyle Bob Ruchard Second row Cy Casorua Bob Maher Juluan Hadley Bull Russell Pete Mutchell John Beatty Duck Longo Bull Horky Inky Maftull Jum Crum Muke Newion Thurd row Bull Clendunen Bull Kohl Jack 'Mwr Q., Thomas Duck McFarland Gordon Caldwell Fourth row John Monaghan Durwood Huckson Larry Caldwell Charles Fonda Dave Reully Ed Burch Noel Baltuer Bob Hale Bob Sohe Fufth row Bob Casteel Ed Frykman Chuck Irwun Toby Hund ley Charles Bruce Pat Pearce Clufford Sparks Bob Clark Tom Munson Saunders Jum Gargano Bull Burkhardt Duck Wulson Ronald Block That Kick! Firsl and Ten! ,- :Qual HAROLD HAYES and BOB BEALE MACK VINES j V Coaches Most Valuable J V Player Ov 'il -E-'Q 'H l 14 vp " Q 7 Sn Q ,, B5 .mgg -NJ nn 'S c Fnrst row left to rrght Ball Prentice James Ret Buddy os man Dave Rerlly Mack Vunes Lamar Brrley Allen Walsh rm Hern Harry Frrese Don Love Bull Wrught Second row La fayette Flanrgan Bob Boeglm Muke Newton Duck Matthews Tom Moody John Snyder Skrppy Schuppers Mrkey Wrlkrns Ben Jelsema Herb Lozner Tum Dawkrns Coach Harold Hayes .nn Thrrd row Bob Kuhlman Buzz Rane Tom Burke Bll Seaborn Bll Beall Bob Wall Denms Moran Walter Rode Charles Coleman Henry Hancock Lamar Bass Fourth row Eugene Twntchell Muke Snaw Al Cone John Anderson Fred Bass Chuck lrwun Fred Bazarte Gardner Jordon Bob Gallron Fred Turner B...- PETE ALLEN BOB CASTEEL BUFFY ELLIS STEVE ETTS Guard Center Forward Forward BAS -ok..-.. W , 5' ,V Av-4 JIM FRANKLIN CHARLES KING DICK LONGO FRED MAY Forward Center Guard Guard ETBALL The prospects for a wmnmg season appeared sllm for Coach Clous Caldwell and has 1953 54 basketball team The cage season opened wlth only two lettermen Bob Casteel and Al West returnung from the great State Class AA Champvonshlp squad Wlth only two seniors In hrs usual starting llne up Coach Caldwell s lnexperu nced cagers hoped to develop team coordlnatlon offensnve prowess and defenslve cooperation by the time the tournament began Tom Munson ably asslsted by has teammates appeared to be the most consistent Flying L cager during the season Seven lettermen from the present varsity squad and a number of asplrants from the successful Jumor Varsuty squad well make up the 1954 55 team CHARLES PINKERMAN TOM MUNSON Forward BOB PECK Forward BOB SULTE AL WEST Guard Center Guard "S-.W '7' ' et to rtght Al West Tom Munson Buffy Ellns Bob Casteel Charies Kung Steve Etts Jnm Frankhn Bob Sulte Standing Coach Caldwell! Charles Pmkerman Duck Longo Duck Templm Bob Peck Fred May Pete Allen Mort Johns Manager Varsity coach Clois Caldwell Cstandingj and Junior Varsity coach Summers Jarrett XXX Q? BILL HUEGELE Although ineligible to play in 1954 competition Bill has proved of vau able assistance to Coach Clois Cad well in training this years team He was a member of the State Class AA Championship team of 1952 53 and was chosen for the All State Team in 1952 and in 1953 :S l you 3. Seated, left to right: Carl Rehard, Freddie Woodward, Charles Brown, Tom Adams, Charles Irwin, Dick Templin, Bill Clendinen, Mickey Dearden. Standing: Coach Jarrett, Pete Allen, Tom Fisher, John King, Jim Hearn, Cary Simmons, David Calvin, Mike Widoff, Bob Maher, Burl George, Manager. REVIEW CORAL GABLES January 8 The Flying "L's" took the season's opening game by edging Coral Gables 59-55. The scoring was slow in the first quarter as our new "L's" appeared tense, but they settled down and scored 21 points in the second quarter. Tom Munson led the scorers with 18 points. SOUTH BROWARD January 12 The Caldwellmen received their first defeat on the South Broward floor. The Bulldogs were on top 38- 36 as the buzzer ended one of the top "thrillers"' of the season. Munson led the scoring with 12 points. ORLANDO EDGEWATER January 15 The "L's" received their second setback at the hands of Orlando Edgewater by the score of 61-51. Al- though scoring 22 points in the last quarter, the "L's" could not nullify the Eagle's huge lead. Cas- teel, our lanky center, scored 17 points and Longo scored 9. ST. PETERSBURG January 16 The Flying "L's," flashing defensive and offensive coordination, trounced the St. Petersburg Green Devils by a 65-45 score. Casteel bagged 21 points as Munson scored 17. WEST PALM BEACH January 19 The Wildcats led the "L's" by 9 points at halftime, but the Blue and White broke loose for 40 points in the second half to defeat West Palm Beach 65-59. ln one of the best played games of the season, Etts and Munson scored 16 and 15 points respective- ly. -f Munson scores on a layup. 5 MN Sfklxing Casteel slips one in! MIAMI EDISON January 22 The Flying "L's" had a bad night on the home boards as the Miami Edison Red Raiders out-rebounded, out-scrapped, and out-scored us 53-38. Munson and Casteel led the team with 14 and 12 points re- spectively. SOUTH BROWARD January 23 The "L's" proved that all Bulldogs don't bite twice when they avenged an earlier defeat by the count of 55-48. Dick Longo provided the thrill of the game with a running one-hand shot from mid- court which scored as the third quarter ended. The leading scorers were Bob Casteel, 20, Steve Etts, 16, and Tom Munson, 13. MIAMI JAcicsoN January 26 The Flying "L's" shaded a scrappy Miami Jackson five in our gym by the score of 55-53. Munson sparked the "L's" with 15 points while Casteel garnered 14. ST. PETERSBURG January 29 The score board showed 43-41 in favor of the "L's" after a 3-minute overtime period with the St. Peters- burg Green Devils. Guard Pinkerman scored the lone two points in the overtime as Etts and Casteel tied for high point honors with 11 each. , Z, , ,,., ff' X ,, I A ,X X ,I f , 'e I an r j I 0 ' ' f . V I snug K I A i . . I I f A shuffle for the rebound MIAMI HIGH January 30 Muamu Stungarees went on a scoring spree un the second quarter to defeat the Ls 72 55 Although the Ls held Muamu even for three quarters they could not overcome the second peruod defucut The Caldwellmen took the Muamu Beach Typhoons by a 57 45 count Tom Munson hut a season hugh as he scored 27 pounts ORLANDO EDGEWATER February 5 Dead eye shootung by a host of Eagles gave Or lando Edgewater a 39 I7 halftume lead The second half found a scrappy L team struvung to close the gap but faulung as Orlando won 73 56 Bob Casteel scored I3 pounts as Al West and Tom Munson tued wuth IO pounts each MIAMI JACKSON February 6 The Generals took the Ls for a 52 44 wun on the Jackson floor The Ls mussung several crub and set shots let the Generals take a good lead un the second half Steve Etts was hugh pount man wuth I I and Duck Longo was second wuth 9 MIAMI EDISON February 9 The Flyung Ls took Muamu Eduson by a score of 64 46 Playing good all around basketball the Ls beat the hugh seeded team wuth Iuttle trouble Steve Etts was hugh pount man wuth I5 and Tom Munson was second wuth I4 WEST PALM BEACH February I2 Good marksmanship during the first half enabled the Flying "L's" to build up a lead that the Wildcats could not overcome. Etts with I3 points and Casteel with I2 points led the "L's" to a 52-47 win on the home boards. CORAL GABLES February I6 The Ls un losing to Coral Gables 54 41 lost the ball 23 times by erratuc passes walkung and palm ung the ball Etts took scorung honors wuth I4 pounts followed by West wuth 7 MIAMI BEACH February I9 The Ls opened up durung the last quarter to defeat Muamu Beach 65 51 Thus vuctory assured the Ls of beung the thurd seeded team un the group IV Tournament Munson scored 27 pounts whule Casteel scored IO MIAMI HIGH February 20 Muamu Hugh defeated the Flyung Ls by a 69 44 count for the second time thus season The Stungarees had Iuttle duffuculty wuth the Caldwellmen outplay ung them on both offense and defense Munson and Etts scored I2 and 9 pounts respectuvely to lead the L cagers A hard won vuctory II I ll ' I I ' I . ' ' II I 1 ' ' ll n . I 11 1 11 u ,, . - - - . . . u I ll - ,I - ,, . 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' I Il I II ' ' ' . 4-fy' ,iv If mln.. ff GIRLS TEAM South Broward Coral Gables West Palm Beach Muamu Jackson Seacrest St Pete Lake Worth Coral Gables West Palm Beach South Broward Graham Eckas Muamn Jackson Lake Worth Ft Myers TOM LAMAR Dlstnct and State Champlons Coach 1 BOYS TEAM South Broward Coral Gables Mnamn Jackson St Pete Lake Worth Coral Gables South Broward West Palm Beach U of Fla Frosh Mlamn Jackson Plant Ft Myers Lake Worth Ft Myers Big I0 Champions District and State Champlons nis- 6. fh- ,af 'H' M' in ZONA HOWARD REG LEEBY DOUG CREIGHTON Captam Co-Captain Co-Captain I I ' tx , X I L's .,,,,,,.,,,,,A,A,,,,,,,, 47 ,,,, 28 L's ........,,,,,,..,,,,,,,, 58 .,,, I7 I--t L's .,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 64 17 V ww L's ,.......,...,,,,,,,,,,,, 49 ' ' ,A,, 26 -- L's .,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,A,,A 55 ........,..... 20 A ' L's ....,,,,,,,,..,.s,,,,,,, 64 . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, II , , L's .,,,,,,,,...,a,.v,,,,,,, 58 ,.,,,,,, I7 X- ' L's ..f.......,L,,...,.,,,,, 60 ,... 15 L's ,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 51 24 L's .,,...-....a.Ae.....,.,, ss eef. 20 T L's v.,.Y., - .,,.,,,,,,,,,A, 60 .a,. 14 ' y A L's .,,a,,, , ,,,,,,t,,,,,,,, 56 ' ' r,,, I9 P . 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J if , I .9 ,I BRAD BOYDELL SALLY CRIPPEN BOB ELFERS BARBARA FETTERS SWIMMING The Flylng L Mermalds completed the 1953 season wlth another undefeated record whlle the Mermen were downed once by the aggressive Coral Gables Cavaliers For the slxth consecutive year the boys and gurls both streaked through thelr respectlve dnvlslons for the state champnonshup The boys also went on to take the Bug Ten champuonshnp The gurls opened the 1954 season seeklng thelr 83rd consecutive wnn Wlth only one returnlng sensor Captaln Zona Howard the malor part of the re sponslbllltles fell to the lunnors Sally Crlppen Barbara Fetters Nancy German Helen Greenlaw Pat Kerns Sharen Mllls Alllson Tate and Pam Tuppen Sophomores Carol Rndlngs Cynthia Gull Caroline Kolb and Kathy Knox comblned with the freshmen promuse to make this years team more powerful than ever before Graduation took nts toll but nevertheless the Mermen started out thus year wnth a promlsrng upperclass team Co Captains Doug Creighton and Reg Leeby Bob Elfers Jack Lovell Ron Kreulen Walter McGrath Richard Moore Bull Ruggne and Jon Strandhagen followed up by many sure fire freshmen and sophomores such as Brad Boydell Ron Kuhl David Weld Dave Pollack Joe Gusweller Pete Henne and Tom Grubbs Coach Tom Lamar expects another vlctoruous season nn 54 NANCY GERMAN CYNTHIA GILL P' HELEN GREENLAW PETE HENNE PAT KERNS KATHY KNOX J L i ,Xlil T-sr 5 f 1. ., lf ...- fl--,.-v-.45-I H' 41 P yo, , l v 1",Ly" fgfggr' 'wf",K. First row, left to right: lrving Figge, Tom Grubbs, Bill Bishop, Fred Wakeman, Ron LaVergne, Charles Lloyd, John Windle. Second row: Richard Coffel, Donald DeMott, Terry Born, Jerry Beekman, Larry Kunselman, John Martin, Dave Mc- Laughlin, George Von Essen, Curtis Buntz. Third row: Bob gf if-im4Mw..'ins-r if 'livhfiz ' V Elfers, Jack Lovell, Walter McGrath, Doug Creighton, Reg Leeby, Pete Henne, Brad Boydell, .Ion Strandhagen. Fourth row: Torn Lamar, coach, Richard Moore, Larry Herbert, Ron Kreulen, Dave Pollock, Bill Ruggie, Ron Kuhl, Brian Mattis, David Weld, Gaylord Wood, manager. .. .f"-sn. ' , I - ,Qu .3 ,f- ' -f51"Z.,- 1-in .i- ,f Medley artists prepare for '54 competition. 1 4' A W. CAROLINE KOLB JACK LOVELL ,,, .L , , gan- W5 'Ull If A il, , 4" .nf " f this -, 1, 9 W 2 ,Q WALTER MCGRATH l SHAREN MILLS , .E ,.i ,,,j Nami' as .- 'Q 1 nwgp' CAROLE RIDINGS JON STRANDHAGEN ALLISON TATE ii NPO 2. aff :E '13 ,- i af" .Y sg, -if COACH BETTY RATH T51 I '42 PAM TUPPEN -mn- Emx urn , cw Anchormen awan their turn durnng relay team practnce Flrsr row lef1 to right Nancy Brown, Bernadme Rnchard Barbara Reeve Megs Brand, Susie McLaughlm Dianna Mc son Carol Cooludge Carol Prnde Vuckue Sutton, Jack La Kinney Thnrd row Barb Feners, Pat Kerns, Kathy Knox, Vergne Brenda Walters, Debby Ckolo, Jackue Cooper Berry Sharen Mllls Sally Crnppen Zona Howard Alllson Tale, Nancy Maylwe Joyce Fox Second row Betty Hours Julle Edwards German, Helen Greenlaw, Carole Rndungs Cyntl-na GIII Fourth Ellns Hmnant Elame KmCaude Sandra Elfers Barbara Taylor, 'OW Coach RBTl'l TENNIS ml lf"-r jf- GXEI i ff W S r Z, "NL4Q. '-s.,h-. Jing GQR Sp, DON W an-L M3039 apfaln Y BUD cava The 1952 53 season proved a successful one for the Flying L tennis teams The undefeated gurls team boasted a record of 14 wins in regular season play They won the District Championship play The boys team won 9 matches while losing 2 placed third in District Competition and were runners up in the Bug 10 meet Bryson Lovegoy was ranked number two in the Boys division Qage 15 and under in Florida for 1954 :Wi fi 1 I x is SSX ' MARTHA G S cRErC,.,EN so S APLES MMERFELD SARA . Miami Hig . Miami Tech Constance . S. Broward . 3: ,. f , 1' vs. Miami Edison 1 Coral Gables' Miami Beach' Key West Miami Jackson 'Home meets L's vs. , L's vs. L's vs. L's vs. , .. L's vs. District-Miami Beach . L's vs. State-Gainesville MARGARET ALSTON Coach OODWIN f 1, .Q 35' SUE 10 TENNIS A D pr.,,,, , 7- . ,e ll?- . yy I ,tt- CARL PASSIGLIA Coach 1 . , dl f' " ' " - 1 ki.. , ' , .Sl ' ' - f. 19. l nl., - .. . ' ' a.. 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I LIS vs - 1 Ls vs Ls ' MH ANI E BOYS TEAM -vu I xy 'Mi Kneelung left to rught Make Weuss Terry Parks Tom Stadler Ralph Douglas Dan Montague Dave Nuchols Chuck Gnbson Rrchard Perry Buddy Husband Conrad Bollmger Standmg Mead Go er Davnd Shaw Bob Brackebush Gordon McCully Coach Carl Passuglna Larry Herbert Sam Bell Blly Rodgers RICHA GIRLS TEAM v,"'Qnv"" ff '99-' R RIDDLE 'xiii'- in-5 A044 'KY ...---""""" h,,.,.-n-" DAVID SHAW may Jglfgr , A Left to rlght Sara Staples Sue Sabey Dolly Mulcahy Yolanda Husty Martha Goodwm Coach Margaret Alston Gretchen Sommerfeld Sue Tomhave Bonme Graham Shurley Hull Marlan Trenns Not plctured W'-his GORDON CALDWELL STEVE ETTS JIM FRANKLIN 'P' YN G JIM GEIGER vii. .. 6 KENNY GILBERT BOB HOLLINGSWORTH DICK LONGO 3 CHARLES PINKERMAN CARL REHARD CARL SCHUSTER Pompano-4 C Gables 4 W Palm Beach 'HM Hugh 4 vb ii, Ruversude 2 M Tech l lima "' E duson IO r.. 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' , A 1 ,ns .L---i 'ffir .Q - f 1 gk, . , :M ,--e Ulf... g , 1- , .. :re C 'tf,,,,!5,,..g',,, , 1 l I I tal " 1 if I The Dugout, NORMAN SWIGLER Coach REVIEW During Coach Lloyd Frazer's third year as baseball mentor the 1953 Flying "L's" improved and posted a record of nine wins and nine losses for a .500 percentage. Despite the loss of Bill Huegele's pitching ability, the '54 version of the "L's" should be a winning combination. ln Coach Norman Swigler's initial year as head baseball coach the "L's" had more than their share of experience. There were eight returning lettermen, five of whom had two or more years of experience with the "L's." In the pitching department last year Bill Huegele had a 4-3 record while Al West wound up with a 2-I record. Steve Etts posted a win, and George Shaw won two and lost three. The outstanding mound performance last year was the no-hit game that Al West hurled at Miami Beach. This year the "L's" played a twenty-one game schedule. waaf, Q -5 -5' . S k T .ja Q g 2,9 Q aiwt, ,g s 1- T T . it it ,- Q V ,H, v 5 lv 'aff' jiri' - t l 3 . rf in 5 5 T la l -MMG, ' l it First row, left to right: Dick Matthews, Mack Vines, Walter Pinkerman, Carl Rehard, Dick Longo, Jim Gargano. Third row: Rode, Jim Geiger, Carl Schuster, Kenny Gilbert, Gordon Cald- Coach Norman Swigler, Richard Schaller, Ed Burch, Bob well, Bob Hollingsworth, Dale Adams, Second row: Al West, Bohannon, Tim Dawkins, Inky Mattull, Don Alexander, Noel Mickey Wilkins, Bob Keilbeida, Steve Etts, Jim Franklin, Charles Baltier, Managers, Todd Goodwill, and Roy Garren 1 it ANDY KRUSE Sponsor Increased actnvuty marked the Flynng L Innksmens 53 54 season as Sponsor Andy Kruse slated many more matches wlth sur rounding schools Sensor Bull Phelps paced hls team mates throughout has last year wnth consistent par scores The 54 team hopes to better the 53 record In whlch the Ls trekked to Bug Ten and State compe tltlon copplng seventh and eighth posltlons respec tnvely GOLF A Left to nght Adnenne Marsden Carolyn Beasley Joan Emery Nancy Robson and RETURNING LETTERMEN Frances Kovas L 4 BUCKY HORNER PHILIP MAN BILL PHELPS Ca 23" 1 QC -C! Kneellng l f to ru t Davld Neff Victor Jokel Chrls Brown Herbert Gar field Bucky Hornor Stand mg Jo n Jo ner I Phelps PI-nlnp Mann Don Se oerry Lon McCabe Iorm Grehl TRACK After a lapse of two years, the thud of the shot- put and discus can now be heard on the athletic field. This sport gave us the name of "Flying L's" many years ago. Under the direction of Coach Ty Smith, the track squad has made ar- rangements for work-out on the South Broward cinder track. .- 1,1 u U ' t i Q -.,:,. , n 9' A "'w,,Z'f,.' cg- . 9 Q Q, Ny, tg L14 'LA. ,.-.. Q f 441' 1 ,squvg . - .sh ""7" '4" tr' 4-L'-JL -, 5. I ,. , ., - ., ff ,ff--fa.-ff-1. S--B ., ' I-I ' x. 'g' J "gf I 'Ill 'I I 2 'J vt. - -K. ". --sgf-z-1-2 - " ,I-.1-.5 ,I 4 S .0 ' -W,-wr in - Q e:,f'-.1 ' , - .1-or Ak. ,F Q -Qs, '-'j,L.S,,,,aiy: Mr -'rg-p,g1:5,.. -1 5 ,, l'- v' -,'. . 4 - . . ""- 1'-'L Cnlb.'r. gr., -. Z.. ,,:r. 4 , . A , a .,.. , ' 351-guf .A kg' - v .,'. .- 's-qibi-. . ,Q f:'.i.' . - "5""'gtr ,v-fQ0f'V? Qi gf: ' .YQ -'bs H15 "1s4l9!'.7Z iii. lm? " - bw . J-15 5.1! W' ,.v6u-i.'.,.p-4 I 1 7, l Dual with Constance Broward Dual at Miami Beach Dual at Broward Miami Relays Triangular Meet at ard CGabIesj Broward Invitational Miami Invitational Big Ten at Jacksonville Triangular Meet at Broward CW.P.B.j Regional-Miami State-Gainesville COACH TY SMITH .4 11. it-Int 'A e 'I lu.- Don Rush Secon 1 rught Ron Shoquust Alfred Cone Toby d row Del Mole L row Jlrn McLaughlin Duck McFarland Mlke Fecca Jack Wilson ll +14- WHA 4515. BILL HORKY EUGENE HOWELL QQ.: KY-v l-T UFZ77' K Ml 7- '17 , 'rl PW F11 Ill uv A-1 - 1 '. 1: . 41 I -: Th - n .., 1 I ' - -. ,IV ' - Je F , 2 " .0 ,, at - 1- ,. . . A 1 T I 4 I l I V lf, , L lf, 14 Q. K ' Q - T 1 ' ' . f ,f ' - 1 . . 1 xh , . - V' q F1 L if 'Hg i I, sy ' , ' 1 ' , ' , ', ' I f ' f l ' - . f I 1 D I 3 D f 1 l I 1 1 . : , ' , ' , ' I 1 1 l I 1 ' 1 John Snyder, Bob Kohl, Richard Drum, Don Thompson. Third ChrlS Menefee, managefl 1 ' ', ' , ' f ' , - u -. T. I if. Y - .,. " V ,M A QT ' g:- - 1--fffr-4 " W f -' -- ' f- .ff T : ls ,, -- ' ', - ,. :L Ji ,' 4' ' 1 33'-.T Q" ' 1 ' , ' . riff L42-' f iq fr tif:-, 'LQ A ' . .' l :m avi' rr' --1 ., ,A ff, -.14 x - - sf - T r-- ' - -- ' - 4- 1 ..u , . I i V-W' 5 li 'Y' 'l ' . L-, ..-n A K Q T - 'al' - 1 .L . - ' ' .App A:-Z 01 1-N13 - Y . EPT ' ' ' . ' ---1. A . N. .1 X ' ' " W 'rv' A T. . 4 N' V ' N. . '-' L, . . ,. "- "E ff - .F Iii 1 uv' ' A :J - 'I , M- , 1 al,.,m,,,f-if N. Y I - 3 4:5 1 5 I AA Nfl I4 - -2, X 4 f. I C: SENIOR SQUAD-Left 1o.righ1: Walker, Dempsey, Davis, Williams, Captain, DeShields, Sullivan, Huffman, Mathews, Robinson, Co-Captain. Not picmred Vickers. SNOOKIE ROBINSON Co-Caprain MARILYN DEMPSEY 1 I I JEANNE DeSHIELDS NORMA DAVIS I I MISS CLAUDIA THOMAS Sponsor TOPSY WILLIAMS Captain .i - Q -ewuv-.:ux"Q,svof-w fu.. v-onli' UDEN1 UNCH. ,M vwm 'N 1 s ? 2 E .wr Fr -Q '--'va Q l .-KD 9 LHS CHORUS JOAN JONES 41, .4-4 T7 GLORIA LONGWOOD Secretary PreSl is 2 X. 41 ' JIM GEIGER Vice Presrdent i, 1 DANA WELLS ROGER PRAZIER D"eC"" Manager The Chorus consists of three sections All students are elrglble to loan the beglnmng Chorus where technique and mustcal skulls are taught The Advanced Chorus IS com posed of sophomores lumors and sensors who have grad uated from the Begnnmng Chorus or who have unusual vocal talent Each year the Chorus presents concerts for the community and takes part In Dlstrlct competmon The Chorusters selected group of outstandnng Advanced Chorus members present programs for cnvxc church and fraternal organlzatsons as well as appearing on raduo and televusnon SECTION LEADERS 'i Y! First row left to nght Judy McCroy Sue Powell Annette Lee Second row Sandy Smith Bob RICH ard: Ruchard Perry Lee Dudley l , '3 , N r' , f I ', V 1 X K I u ' 1' .4 ' ,.. - S A V A is I C' 7 ., 1 nk , 'K -7 f W , . ' 'L ' A 0 Q.. fi Q- l Gibson, Mary Connie Goodman, n Crowley, Lois Ele Julia Foster, Muriel Miller, son, in ith, W S dv rley, Ju Ke Louise ouch, f nC man, Caroly BH H aryanna M ght ri 10 left First row, Yvonne Heflin, nes, Peggy Jo an gwood, Jo On L Glor a Pat Tatum, Shirley Rogers, Vines, Julia Losey, Annette Lee, Linda L Wrain Edith Shirley Lamar, I, Parnel Durham, Toby YQ Fa Dellene Craven, Carol Kendrick, Kurk, Marilyn Carolyn Hamerick, Culliver, Georgiann Sylvia Franklin, inda r,L ymou Se Margie hineholt, Shirley Whitmore, PCQQY Moore, Skippy Longo, Mike FOWZ Fourth McCray. r, Judy Walke Ima Wi son, lle Wil me Re nn, Bu cLester, M th Ru inkwater, f D Bhne Je WZ YO Second Fry. Guenther, Shellie r, Lois ughe Bo nald Do Perry, Richard V, zie FB F Dudley, Roger Richards, Lee m Geiger, Bob Ji chippers, S Wigley, nd n, Li Gun Joan SCY, Ram Virginia OC, ODF M YG rump, O C nten, Nancy Bu Judy hart, Buddy ck Doug Lo L Adam wen, Donald Bo Bob Mitchell, Hicker, Stanley David Wells, n, Mary Mc- O hingt OH W Marsden, Alice Adrienne DeBats, y Lee, Helen HC Eby, Na ne Elai sbarry, Ro hn Jo enthaler, 99 Si Ronald Mains, Pau Ted Frauman, Richard Riddle, Husband, Richardson, Betty Denham, Bhhe Je teil, S Sharon rips, neK Josephi ellar, r, Judy B U 0 n 0 .a Bohannon. Don Whitmire, Shirley VV dro hir Houts. T Betty li Stokel a Lerch, Annette nd Li ene, fe Nancy G Hutch- Nancy ith, HN raS Sand een, Y G Ward, Nancy Bullock, Jolyn YU arren, Barba ndra W Sa CHORISTERS Furst row lft to right Jeanne Drmkwater Nancy Crump Jeanne Denham Sharon Stenl Mary Vunes Carolyn Kirk Januce Morton Vnrguma Ramsey Peggy Whutmore Annette Lee Second row Don Bohannon Joan Jones Shirley Whutmure Mary Ann Koehler Conme Glbson Sandra Smnh Murnel Muller Glorla Longwood Judy McCray Sharon Evans Sue Powell Sarah Phnllups Thnrd row 'Vlr Wells Mnke Longo Skippy Schlppers Jam Geiger Allen Anderson Bob Bowen Rnchard Perry Stanley Mntchell Davld Hecker Don Wells Roger Frazner Lee Dudley Ruchard Riddle SU NMAIDS K2 Sharon Steul .loan Jones Sarah Phulhps Peggy Whntmore Jeanne Drmkwater Gloria Longwood 1 e i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3.1 p. L1 . v 1 K f ! c 1 f . J--' -, vf' i ,Q 1 l ' X A l l X l ,, L Al xx, 1' - 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 BEGINNING CHORUS is Flrst row left to right John Gouvena Jo Brader Bob Wall George Johnson Larry Pfelffer Floyd Bradley Joan Youngblood Bonme Elfers Jannce Cook Fran Foltz Second row Deborah Otolo Darleen Nancy Lynn Gaul Chadwlck Pat Geohagan Joyce Hogan Not plctured Vaclcy Sutton Pat Vervaet Nettle Cowart Dorothy Hopknns Sue Cox Nancy Zamplnn Luz Porter Allan Bruce Dolores Lall Betty McDonald Sue McLaughlm Gordon Smuth Melanle Voll rrerchansen Jean Young Jean Klukosk Beverly Smtth SANDMEN X., x v l Flrst row, left to rtght Rlchard Ruddle Rlchard Perry Second row Allen Anderson Stanley Mntchell is u , 'B W 1 ' 1 N ' , s , 1 V U S ' if 'Y 'A Y gf! K I I x - l :W . ' Dove, Mary Jane Griffin, Berniece Hall, Gloria Carrlsk, Barbara Bennett, Peggy Dyal, Dorothy Bruce, .fc 1. 'Q 0 9 L77 'ff X L '. Q - tl ' x I K I l l' vu' . X I L. H. S. Q. ' w ' , . af is 'i f ,Q ,,, . Q X' 4 HARRY MCCOMB Director i- KENNETH CARLSON President 35 , l ,K i ,J . 'Q I 4,'7'7'-13 5 z Aw DAVID CARR Vice President -is in-v GAIL STUART Secretary 41 First row, center left: Marcia Hall, Carolyn Colglazier, Carol Cecil, Sharon Stuart, Karen Christensen. Second row: Pat Murphy, Sara McMillan, Ralph McCaughan, Bill Hiller, Penny Weigel, Tom Kroetz, San- dra Rolear, Rachel Scarborough. Third row: Judy Bylsma, Karen Geers, Miriam Kirkland, Betty Ann Platt, Janice Bryant, Molly Mallory, Joe Adams, Bob Hall. Fourth row: Paul Sellers, Robert Fouts, Charles Swearingen, Neal Mclemore, Allan Schwarb, Stanley Blosch, Donald Cook, Mary Eddie. Fifth row: Phyllis Rodberg, Richard Riggins, Kenneth Durham, Bill Barrett, Robert Donath, Arnold Albrektson. Standing: Ray Griffin, Tom Speck, John Bailey, Rita Keller, Rodney Hunt. fvftl ALLAN SCHWARB Student Conductor ' 'xv -sf , K 'ins l 1 - I. DON EWARD Band Captain L.H,S. Band members preparing for a concert at War Memorial Auditorium. BAND ,gr ,ri ' a , gl, ,,.,,'K , ilsflfb First row, center right: Brownette Robertson, Bill Erskine, Sara Scarborough, Sidney Stephens. Second row: Leonard Lyons, Emile Fouts, Tom Sanzobrino, Joe Carson, Richard Simons, Jim McLaughlin, Nancy Hower, Gail Stuart. Third row: Brian Mattis, Bill Matthews, Bill Strandhagen, Ronald Schwarb, David Balthaser, Don Eward. First row on risers: Kurt Weismiller, Jim Major, Fred Hunter, George Roe, Joseph Stephens, Darlene Rowland, Gerald Newton, Jack McDade. Second row on risers: Ken Carlson, Bill Rat- liff, Bill Meeks, John Morris, Richard Mucci. Top row on risers: Donald Watt, Fred Kuhlman, David Carr, Hugh Hill, Ray Moody. AULD LANG SYNE-The Band in Flying L formation at Homecoming Game. RACHEL SCARBOR Librarian OUGH v GEORGE ROE Drum Mafor , 1:- 31 -Ev L x DAVID BALTHASER Assistant Drum Major 1 If I MARCIA HALL Librarian -vs N X KAREN GEERS Librarian av" 'Er' K PAT MURPHY Librarian 5 1 ni is -., s --v BASSES ?UP'l Standing, left to right: Hugh Hill, David Carr, Fred Kuhl- man, Ray Moody. Kneeling: Fred Hunter, George Roe. DRUMS Left to right: Donald Watt, Kenneth Yokel, John Bailey, Ray Griffin, Rodney Hunt, Tom Speck. Standing, left to right: Sidney Stephens, Bill Erskine, Sara Scarborough. Sitting: Marcia Hall, Carolyn Colglazier, Carol Cecil, Sharon Stuart, Karen Christensen, Brownette Robert- son. A 5-CZEROALE L , ,ff 5 4, l' ll Q f o CLARINETS "' fa Standing, left to right: Tom Kroetz, Joe Adams, Bob Hall, Bill Hiller, Ralph McCaughan. Sitting: Pat Murphy, Sara McMillin, Karen Geers, Judy Bylsrna, Janice Bryant, Rachel Scarborough, Sandra Rozear, Karen Clark, Miriam Kirkland, Penny Weigel, Betty Ann Platt, Molly Mallory. FLUTES, OBOE and BASSOON SAXOPHONES Left to right: Gail Stuart, Nancy Hower, Joe Carson, Tom Sanzobrino, Dick Morrison, Donald Winecoff, Leonard Emile Fouts. TRUMPETS FRENCH HORNS First row, left to right: Kenneth Carlson, John Morris, Bill Ratliff. Back row: Robert Donath, Arnold Albrektson, Bill Meeks, Richard Mucci. TROMBONES Standing, left to right: Brian Mattis, Ronald Schwarb, Dar- lene Rowland, Gerald Newton, Don Eward. Kneeling: Joseph Stephens, Bill Matthews, Bill Strandhagen, David Balthaser. First row, left to right:Allan Schwarb, Stanley Blosch, Neal McLemore, Charles Swearingen. Second row: Donald Cook, Mary Eddie, Phyllis Rodberg, Kurt Weismiller. Third row: Richard Riggins, Jim Maior, Kenneth Durham, Robert Fouts, Standing: Paul Sellers, Bill Barrett. "8" Squad as Indian Maidens in Poca- hontas halftime show. The L.H.S. Band appears as a marching band in parades and at football games. It also presents several concerts each year. In addition to pro- viding good music for its listeners, our band offers to students an opportunity for character development. While mastering a musical instru- ment, the band member learns the value of self- control and teamwork. By combining talent with hard work and co-operation the Lauderdale High Band has gained recognition in the community and the state for its outstanding performance. from Moulin Rouge. BAND ACTIVITIES Barbara Hammer appearing in a Can-Can EXECUTIVE STUDENT COUNCIL if Di UN BOB CLARK President -6 DAVID HAUN Vrce Presvdent X. IQ? LYN MATHEWS Treasurer The Fort Lauderdale Hugh School Stu dent Council IS made up of the enture student body and IS run by three mann groups the Executive Legislative and Inter Club Counclls Members of the Executlve Council are chosen each sprung In a school wlde election for the following year The Leglslatlve Council has one representatlve from each homeroom and the InterClub Council has one from each club The Student Council does an excellent 'ob providing the school wuth a demo cratlc student government and foster Ing good relatlonshups between the students and the faculty It also en courages students to develop habits of good cltlzenshlp which they wlll take with them when they graduate from hugh school CAROLE RIDINGS Secretary .pt fmvlix .J MARGIE AITKEN Secretary of State M 1'.I"'7 Q-'fr sf PAUL SULLIVAN - 4 lv -V TOM FISHER Department of Interior 2 ' D ,,K, yy C. S. VAN ARSDALL Sponsor epartment of Commerce STUDENT COUNCIL DEPARTMENTS SECRETARY DEPARTMENT 4 ,. 5 'r fs Pat Kerns and Jeanne DeShields, assistants: chairman. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Carole Clarke, Margie Aitken, chairman, and Pat Murphy. TREASURY DEPARTMENT Carol Ridings, Lyn X, 'J Q.. -. -- 'lease Mathews, chairman, Jim Geiger, assistant. DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR e V' -00000 X, f I' ...x .lf ' 'ri , 1 , . Al., A .I V Z' ' 5 fa, -Hifi. ' i 1 f I ' . V ' .' ' . ,, A .' ,"i':'f, ':9.',.'1X 5, ' J. 'r':'Sl"p VP' ' W ' ..:q- ,. ,,,,..,g , xt A 1 , .4 51' g ' , 'S-gxsg W . U , Q V T. L, ,L gag. - , W Q H V + ,n-in - I . assistants. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Bob Bohannon, chairman, Dan Kaeslin and Paul Sullivan, PUBLICITY li Chairman Rosemary Brown. Tom Fisher, chairman, and Ed Frkyman. p CONCESSION STAND Chairman Jolene Thompson pre aring popcorn for a big game MV! LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL 4' Q Sr ' iv- ur'-9 -4n...,,h In-51:-m., X CARL SCHUSTER JIM FRANKLIN Speaker Vlce President 919 4""'r s- M7 MARY ANN KANE PAT POGUE Secretary Treasurer T left to rught Duck Huegele Ronme Anselmo Carole Ftrst row Squler Patsy Marmo Faye Corley Jam Franklnn Carl Schuster Bernadnne Rtchardson Rose Palgo Judy Lockhart Betty Jo Crust Greg Strtker Mack Clark Second row Carol Landry Comme Gnbson Eleanor Galbreath Connle Bracken Barbara Hartt Sandy Dennett Barbara Lloyd Donna Lang Carolyn Kungsley Fanh Clements Camnlle Jorgensen Lmda Danly 1. I its 1 nun Thlrd row Bob Rauch Bob Conner Turn Dawknns Phulup Manning John Kung Pete Henne John Wmdle Joe Parko Fred May John Martin Don Reames Ed Hlller Fourth row Richard Tavlln Joe Kung Irvung Handcock Robert Toblas Arnold Stemmetz Ken Carlson Tom Adams Jam Knlght Sam Be INTER CLUB COUNCIL Fnrst row left to rnght Betsy' Ann Plaff Camllle Jorgenson Gwen Harrell Layte Bowden Secretary Dayxd Haun Press dent Eula Somrnerfeld Joan Jones Sue Mayhue Zona ard Jan Pearce Lyn Mathews Second row Bob Maher How Dan UP' Kaeslnn Gordon McCully Yolanda Husty Mary Horton Mary Ann Kane Roger Bond Joe Parko Jtrn Genger Thtrd row Cl-uc Trautwem Ralph Douglas Roger Frazter Doug Creugh ton Doug Lockhart Charles Kung Vnctor Harke Reg Leeby r, Q ' , K , Y t n- L ra 8 ' , 0 " A . .., ,V X ' 3 .rl 5' "-" , I x n if iv.. A A 1 f fa ' l'Sfli:f ff. 'N to J' F ' Y " w ' iifhfz' X5 ' f -fam ts L t I ,cel a 'J -' ' ' I ' L I z I ,I f ,, A 5. , . ., f I lf, . f ,A I ,, v A - . 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I V :IEW .- TIDE STAFF '45 ,sw dig H14 I-TUE LOUISE MCCAUGHAN Editor O l UE NX AND 551 na 050970 Ry BU LOUISE MCCAUGHAN CAROL LANDRY SUE MAYHUE ROGER FRAZIER DOROTHY RUTZ and BOBBY BOHANNON MARY VINES and TOBY PARNELL BILL HORKY and OWEN CAPPLEMAN PAT CERVI and MARGIE AITKEN SANDY DENNETT PHYLLIS SIMON GWEN HARRELL CONNIE GIBSON JILL CHADWICK NANCY VAUGHN THE STAFF Asst Edrtor Co Editor Business Manager Busmess Manager Annual Sales Calendar Sports Dlvlsfon Pages Freshman Edvtor Sophomore Edvtor Jumor Edltor Senior Editor Faculty Editor Clubs g-l"' EBB TIDE faculty advisors seated left to nght Mrs Ruth Federlune Mrs Lorraune Force Mrs LIeweIIyn Hodge Mrs Naomi Keast and Mess Claudia Thomas standmg John B Mnller and Robert Pram Not puctured D O Maynard ' C5 Li Xl OWEN CAPPLEMAN BILL HORKY ROGER FRAZIER 0 x"'ff "QW 'hr S'-M SANDY DENNETT JILL CHADWICK GWEN HARRELL NANCY VAUGHN 2 BOBBY BOHANNON and DOROTHY RUTZ PHYLLIS SIMON and CONNIE GIBSON 'P' T ' Kiln fi 74 SUE MAYHIJE CAROL LANDRY and LOUISE MCCAUGHAN 2 .L 'xx "K, EE .A ' W ' ,Q ' I I-,Y,i, , ,, auf -1 044 OX RY WNE5 and TOBY PARNELL PAT CERVI and MARGIE Amcm Ai f mx I A4 QUILL AND SCROLL i ilu!! Left To reghf Mary Ann Kane Don Wulls Aluce McKee Layte Bowden Sue Mayhue Jean Stanton Karen Dixon Wnllne Bland Not pictured Mary Vmes Pi f A Y V ' q p i X. . Q 4 ,Q x "N X 1 n +1556 ' 5 X MA 1" n 4' 'A 1 , x I ua. :fg's - Cv: - Q. 91, Vp an Q, 'L la 9 as - - ' ... , l ' f' -7 - tr 5 .' ' C 1 1 Y VIQA1' W' X 2' ,...-. ,fir JEAN STANTON X Editor N! ff Mb, 1 MARY VINES Managing Editor Here we are-at last you know, The faces behind the "Navigator" show, We are the press, our fob is well known, We tear around school like a giant cyclone, We seek out the news, the place and the name And hope we may bring some student fame, But the work it involves, the time it does take Never make headlines, never does break. So we sit here in silence, our agony great, We hope you are happy and we've made no mistake, At last we could tell you, the school year is spent, But wouldn't you know it, we're only newsprintl REPORTERS-Left to right: Mary Ann Kane, Tina Fragale, Billie Bland, Dick Haldeman, Liz Porter. Not pictured: Peggy Lee. Z A! SUE MAYHUE d BUCKY HORNOR we 6953! sf' of ff-33 ALICE M KEE d LAYTE BOWDEN C Sp X ILS 47 1? my TFQ lt? .gf -,..J DON WILLS B M g bf " ,wi a....Q L1 Mi Q30 fn 'O Er' MORT JOHNS '19 M nog MARGIE AITKEN + D rf , M ' . 4 M , , . i ., ', A -4 - 'Q . I Y 1 - 5 f 2 'J 5 ! Q, K v G5 ' .I I ' - ' ' , I V-li J 'X , !llfJJ'.1 IA,' 1 Q 5 ' , i 7 1 ,. 4-'D , - 5 1 I -XX 1 ,X L . V hx x ' XX f A JM, f D . 1 f z ' ff v ----- ,ff X Feature Editor ? , f' 1142- gf X .2 fi k. AX an I Circulation Managers 5 i N X 3 7 or x 5, A di ,rg H . ' QZTALQIQEV f , 1 'sm 5 A , 3 T5 if if M i A A V v- If Q c an N o- orrs Editors Advenisi 0 er ff E L od i i 9 I M 1 E ' il , ,- L , A 41- X P sr A, I , ' I ' 1 i ' . I " , L . ' x 5 r -i ..,, M s All 1 O Q 5'-ff. Q' Q , Y 1 A - usiness ana er - C PRESS CLUB it Us ' 4557 A C1 ' MARY ANN KANE President BUCKY HORNOR Vice Presrdent -ev 5 W ' x AZ-ff ' LAYTE BOWDEN BILLIE BLAND Treasurer HAROLD HAYES Sponsor MEMBERS Q A I-all Left to raght Susan Mayhue Jean Stanton Susne Benn Don Walls Valerne Gorsen Bucky Hornor Ada Johnson Olga Anheuser Bulloe Bland Karen Dnxon Mary Ann Kane Judy Varney Layte Bowden Allen Parsons Dorothy Laney Chuck Wnght Conme Bracken Rnchard Haldeman Gaul Burgess Mort Johns Peggy Heflm Alice McKee Patsy Levy Luz Porter Not pictured Peggy Lee Mary Vnnes 1' 4 K i Y ,osx W , 5 I l.,'9, L . " . F' L - 1 " if ' .4'!4..' ff' L L 19' ' fm L: 3 1 I K A V J ,t ' .S W U , . " qw f. '-mf, fi - rs. . - f 1 7 by s, 'X' , X .M . , v .N , f 'll -2 va y 1 'Y' " -7 A, , I E 1 . at L S " E tvs f ' - A A J 1 K - , B f if 78 g Q43 E ?' 1 ' : . , ' , ' , ' , 1 I I I l I I I I l I 4-.pf CAMILLE JORGENSEN LORRAINE GORMAN BETTY LOVENDAHL JOYCE HOGAN Presldenr Vnce Presrdenf Seqyeyary 1,ea,u,e, ,Q if 5 'HSFH' O '14 g 1 ff xl N0 0 0 I 9 A K K 7 , amv Hours ., Sergeanf af Arms Q 5 " xvx XG BOB RAUCH Q Reporter ,O sri: 6- cg? 'V v-"Y 5? 9 A I Marcua Trahan Pat Vervaev Sandra wane,-1 Joan Youngbkmd -9- fra . l QQKWX-X' I X Xxx x Q8-Q. 5 K I 4' ' X -K oo - - X Vx 'DQ ,Z . .V I X T I , f - 4 Y' 450 I I' .. , 4 I as W R I 1- cf -X I Y wxx x 4 " V W O-Ps ' if f fb QX s ' 4 "V 'Fha 6 A J X' v Q O I A . X000 Y s C V nf L , l I . eq N X Q90 ri of vb "r f " ' ' " 5' L ' Q 59 " Q, J Q 555' 11 505 i L E A , xx ,ig , V I - 21 ' of X ' Nt- 5 ,Q ' Y 4 66 A I K 'Km W' '0 ,. f sf' 1 ,QQ ' . 95 v AN 6+ :Af i A Q - 2 L I V .4-S50 J. xc S ' ' -0-2 ef' " x 1' 'Q 1 , X I ' - I , -A 1 QOQ H ' L90 . 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' K -A f V . r A, rv N X rv. f- SUE FRY Secretary DEBATE CLUB 34: 'L-v JIM GEIGER ALLEN PARSONS President Vice Presrdent The Debate Club was organized for bettering formal speaklng and mcreas Ing students knowledge of world condltlons Membership as ludged ac cordlng to Informative partlcspatlon and qualuty of unterest KENNETH HARDING Sponsor 'J' BILL SPECK Treasurer Left to right: James Geiger,Ar1 Danart, Allen Parsons, Richard North, Bill Speck. ,f if -1 if -..-.hw rp- - 3 vip i-.iw 5 .-. ,- -.. 1 L Jo Ann Sa y Penn ngton Cogaz er Caro yn Stuntz Bdde Freeman Larryce to r ghr st row eff Fred Wakeman YOVV Second K tsen Joan Boyd Barbara Fry Sue Tay or Pearce Nancy Jan Ze Speck B Parsons Aen V ctor Joke Tom Kroeiz R Chard Dona d Steve Maxwe rthur Danart Nor h R chard Dan Montague Jm Ge ger Herb Garf e d Roger Fraz er YOVV Th rd Joe Parko -36. .H--x N1-ff GAIL STUART Treasurer 94:- e 4-lk 'Ti I.- Q-..., , 'IZ' DANNY ADAMS LYN MATHEWS CAROL LANDRY -1555, Vice President President Sef'e'afY ' X1 ANN BARNUM NATIONAL HONCR SOCIETY 2'1- Allen Anderson .P"xi K ., , Y f Reg Leeby ,fi 'P 'Y ' Dorothy Powell 1? 'O' Joy Stevens Ken Carlson 'ST Louise McCaughan - .4 T45 it iz X Don Reames kg .. , ji r."7 T7 T A Patty Tatum A5 'Y ox., gn A 4--n '17 "TTS, Charles King Pat Cervi Jeanne DeShields Joan Jones fan 2 .5 , vt ' 1 r' Alice McKee ga: l 9 .f 3 rf, i Q90 Xt Alice Ross fi Nancy Taylor an A A 'G is Q 7-T. E5 Toby Parnell ,nf A 'V'-1 W ff ,I tx Allan Schwarb l, Y 'A 'D' N "'." 2 Sue Tomhave V is s- Oh 4.- 4 "' Q?-f Richard Perry Sarah Phillips 'No Carole Squier Jean Stanton CCY ' 4- on 2 f 5 :"7 ' J 4 K A Barbara Walker Margaret Walker I "I 2- ir' MRS LA BELLE Sponsor 2- Q MARILYN KENDRICK BILL MAINES HELEN SPARLING X.. CJ KJ 1 xuay Q' ,WY .Avis Furst row left to nght Sandra Henderson Phyllns Sumon Pat Kerns Bootsne Wilson Vnrgmna Ramsey Betty Toler Second row Fred Wakeman Carl Schuster Chuck Gubson Robert Toblas Karl Anderson Charles Flmn Ken Humphreys Thurd row Karen Klages Peggy Ramsey Mary Ann Koehler Ruth Lund Joan Sparlmg Gaul Burgess Judy Varney Carol Muller Sandra Dennett Nancy Greene Josephine Smnth Anne Schanberger . 8 i G 3 X ,B ' k,r,r SS M . 'N' - X A L .z lx V' ' N ' gl - I In k'-, . l , , w- -- jr I - 'I ,Q S 'I lg . " I . s ' I L ' A 1 A"-L, l - QP - Q re X , L1 Q - X . 7 1 1 I . , 1 l , I, 2, ' A . lx' ' K1'x A I I ' , ., L A r x " .L 1 K L 'f A ' A ' ' . 'Q fl JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY -:FQ 'C' Cs MARY HORTON JOE KING President Vrce Presrdent il' 9.- BETTY JO CRIST STEVE MAXWELL Treasurer Secretary 1 MRS MARY HICKSON Sponsor A A BEVERLY HENDERSON Hrsrorran BI DDY STUNTZ Reporter -'43, - '1 Furst row left to rught John Wells James Swung Richard Mucca Joe Kung Howard Mack Bull Meeks James Malor Rnchard Morrusqn Hugh Langford John Coons Sam Bell Walter Blackwell Clyde Cnder Clayton Garet Steve Maxwell Second row Pat Barnett Vnrgmna Dunmng Karen Faber Helen McCollum Janne Rules Jaclue Prado Jean Huether Ruth Barrett Mary Horton Juanelle Wulluams Jan Pearce Bev erly Henderson Betty Jo Crust Thurd row Jo Ann Sory Elunor Rubmson Judy Tmney Karlene Klages Barbara Boyd Wnnona Sanford Buddy Stuntz Susan Jenne Shurley Rux Beverly Bruaw Kathlene Knops Ellus Hmnant Helen Douglas Ruth Ann Brown Mary Hope Stewart Carol Cohee xxx X f 2 . 'V - P ' a - me ss f- , S , ' A I I . I.. VA . . . N , -. I . f ' 6- , ' 'l , , , X y, ,F , I I if I . I X 1 . ,J ' A I fx ' . X? V ' gi , W x ' 31 4 -. :Lf- Q f. ' " 1 I VN. S 7,3 , . . - 'I 1, , ' I' as +. 4:81 X ' , rv.. r:,.,e, , 7 ' 1 I . 1 I I I . I O ' I , am . P V ' V 1 s 11 1 E MISS GOWANS Sponsor dh Richard Bachtell ,., Don Cook Neil Humphrues ' mf :C JAMES DOYLE BILL ALLEN LOUIS SCHIPPERS Presfdenr Vrce Presvdenr Secrerarv Charles Banks Mlcky Dearden Jack McDade Dale Nordnn Merle Owens ,- Fred Fossler BIII Games Q.: Bully Manukas Jack Muller 'U Teffv P-wks Dale Savage -:s "' sf, X. Dunk Tavl-n Mrke Thomas B-ll Turner Rnchard Whne a Gnffm lm Mlncey Gordon Seay Frnz WIII .1 'if fm DICK NICHOLS MISS RICKARD Treasurer 1 Ross Bennett oe Gusweller Q- Allen Moberg Gary Snyder " Q Chuck Wrughf Sponsor Snmon Casorua 9 fs, Cyn Hlrf ay Moody W Jum Sprague 1 'P George Young X 5 If T: Sh Q -I r f:,"g on 1-gv ,I . .t Q. 7 I 1, fl J 'X f" I ' - 'f if I I - w I . .-all I. 1 "' EJ rerg ' ' I 5 If - , ...fr D . ,J K we I S wx ,L . 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President V231 LATIN CLUB 'Av 59 'Wx LA .2 ELAINE COMBS BARBARA HALLIDAY NANCY TAYLOR Vice President Secretary Treasurer i -,Q '2- L 4' L56 DAVID KIRKMAN Reporter HELEN MCCALLUM eporter MISS LILLIAN SEARS Sponsor 'A 'if' et to rnght Mnke Bray Dale Corcoran Jean Ehrke Guulford Bartlett Sand: Snmonton .Io Ann Van Nus Sandy Dennett Arvun Congleton Frank Mullen Joan Lappm rs I fl - . LAETI ROMANI Membership in the Laeti Romani Qi-lappy Romansj is open to all who are taking Latin or who have had two years of Latin. The purpose of the club is to gain a more thorough knowledge of Roman life, customs, and language and to understand better the practical and cultural value of Latin. The highlight of the year is the banquet, which members attend dressed in Roman costumes. USEMPER PARATUSH 93-. 4 l 4: - 1 J l i , 1 , 6 , . ap- .. - .qgmw -5 .. 'f'af'..., an .- A Kneeling, left to right: Pat McCallum, Carolyn Noll, Lorraine Glover, Barbara Halliday, Phyllis Rod- berg, Jean Huether, Jerry Haley, Jim Swing, Tod Goodwill, Standing: Fred Lingle, Larryce Freeman, Charles Flinn, Karen King, George Shanks, Joan Bloomberg, Barbara Boyd, Jackie Howard, Linda Conover, Carol Cecil, Steve Maxwell, Roy Garren, Tommy Kroetz, Kenneth Humphreys. I! - 1 .1 4. KA .rs-we F , V , ..p ,.. ,, T- ., - --, .-AJ. - Kneeling, left to right: Darlene Rowland, Barbara Cantor, Jack Bogda, Bob Pfeiffer. Standing: Betty Jo Toler, Jacquie Lo Moore, Barbara Fournier, Janice Buoy, Virginia Ramsey, Karen Christensen, Art Danarf, Dick Mucci, Gordon Smith, Jim Maior, John Montgomery, "-1" if REG LEEBY Presfdenr CHUCK GIBSON Vice President is 4? JIM FRANKLIN Secrerary 42" ED FRYKMAN Treasurer si ? KEY ALLEN ANDERSON BOB CLARK DON COLBY RALPH DOUGLAS v TOM FISHER p Ps ,MP 'CJD CLOIS CALDWELL Sponsor nf '-of C7 DUKE MALTBY Sponsor QUENTIN HALSEY RALPH KELLER CLUB nd' '7 CHARLES KING 4--uv' DAVID REED 7 1 "fr CARL SCHUSTER 3 x ' ALLEN SCHWARB E BOB SULTE ALBERT WEST WARREN WICKERSHAM fm JACK Lovsu PETE MITCHELL JOE PARKO The purpose of the Key Club ns to buuld and develop leadership cntlzenshup and scholarshlp and to promote spiritual guidance whlch ennches the luves of the members The actlvutles of the club spon sored by the Kuwanls Include patrollmg areas around school durung lunch hour publlshmg the Student Dlrectory selllng pep tags and gnvung Kuder Vocatuon al Preference Tests -O' V - - I 'I 3. , gfi, ,, X Q' L . p E' J I , 1 , 0 A 4 J "" iw I ,-, t l ., 'A l l H -3 l A ' . I 'ir - ' I ., ' ,. ' . . . I - I .vi . I . . I 2' I - 1 -' L , . A G J 1 -E f la- 1 if L 1 -eil. .X ' Q ' 5' 5 f V V' , - JOHN WINDLE FRED WAKEMAN KEY CLUB PROJ ECTS ,I Q The pause that refreshes Pep Tags encourage school spirit. it-In FOR SALE-Svudent informarion BQ hrgfh ANCHOR CLUB 4, T3 as KAY THOMPSON BARBARA HARTT "lu, '31 KATHY SULLIVAN Secretary MISS CLAUDIA THOMAS MARGOT CROXTON Sponsor Treasurer The Anchor Club of Fort Lauderdale Hugh School was organized on November 24 1953 Anchor Club as a servtce club for gurls In the sophomore luntor and sensor classes The gurls are chosen for scholarshtp Ieadershtp and the desure to help others The club IS sponsored by Ptlot lnternattonal of Fort Lauderdale The school protect for the year as to serve as a welcomtng and gutdance commtttee for new students who come Into the school Aldlng the bland of Broward County IS the community protect chosen by the 31 charter members The motto ts For ward ever Backward never , I Pfemdenf Vice Prestdent K 6 ' X 5 A Ftrst row, left to rught Carole Farley, Kay Thompson, Rose Rtchardson, Judy Thrasher, Carol Gteges, Marlene Workman, Marcua Cone, Dons Moe, Carolyn Keese, Faye Durham, Kathy Sulltvan, Ltnda Franklm, Penny Rmebolt Second row Colette Horn, Patty Tatum, Helen Rode, Gerry Calvetto, Karen Chnstensen, Elaune Combs, Dawn Wtlson, Sand: Stmonton, Shtrley Hall, Barbara Hartt, Judy Beare, Margot Croxton 3 Q 7+ , 0 7 ' , 6 I f 'S' ,Q 3 ,il ,Ai .E Qi el. 4 I I 'ffl .fzv fl, at 2 1' 0 ' - Zig, ' -, ff" ' A tt 1 . rf T t 45 tt E 5 I 1 , ' ' f ' V' : A A , ff 5, I L Xt. "4,,, g- -.4 ,Q .eh lr, - ." A ff g q A , 1 W! A ' ' . In A' - 4 jr 5, , Y. I' ,ahh by T I l WP' -W1 . , wg-4-I .az X' S 'Xx AV 3 - , l t l ' I ul MISS MILDRED ODLE Sponsor JEANNE DeSHlELDS CONNIE BRACKEN CYNTHIA GILL 7 PEGGY LEE Parhamenranan LYN MATHEWS JUNIORETTES MRS PATRICIA SCHROEDER ,,, Sponsor -1' '? GRACE CATTAUI BECKY DANIEL T"" DOTTY SANDERS A fn CONNIE GIBSON 4 GERI "7 JEAN STANTON Treasurer 11.-. L BLETZER qu' BOOTSIE WILSON JOAN JONES Oc! ALLISON mrs .ff 3 for -par YOLANDA HUSTY ,.!' GLEHEART ""7 NANCY GERMAN f I ALICE McKEE 1oPsv WILLIAMS LOUISE MCCAUGHAN A " N Af 1 I! sw- I I I v ,, .-T ' A ,X - X' L 1 6 ,, 5 li C 3 3 , 'CN X - -7 . 1,55 ' , 1 J L A ' . Q , I , ,, ' , X 'is lf Yi f , J 1 Iv ,V -L.. :K ' f . X SALLY ERICKSON 1 4? 'ff , Q La A if .LN 3 .. ...I C, if , bv I cf fu , F as . M. Y' N 'Q ' " , I YF' v F' 'X I . Q , 7 K ,Q I. 7 U, , , t 4 A m Y? 5 4 x A X- V Sennor members selected at mud semester are clockwxse Janet Brown Layte Bowden Sharon Magda Barbara Huffman Jolene Thompson Car ole Mual rim wzssm Jumorette hall messengers and mfarmatnon desk serve students faculty and offuoe admumstratuon. ff W +A' FREE basketball programs courtesy of Jumorettes Junlorettes sponsor Thanksglvmg basket druve as a Community servlce prolect 2 M6 .2 1. V - xJ s 'lit s x U' r -X Z 1 , W if sf ' El Q A E I q . . . . 1 1 f 5 It A. I r' Q a CIVITAN CLUB The Civitan Club is organized by the International Civitan Club to help build better citizens and to be of service to the school and community. To be qualified for membership, a boy must be a iunior or senior, have a good scholastic standing and be ap- proved by all members of the club. CHARLES TRAUTWEIN JAMES SULLIVAN President Vice President ROBERT MILLIKAN TOM WELCH Secretary Treasurer First row left to right Donald Wells Arnold Stemmetz Ted Frauman Jim Sullivan Chuck Trautwem Bob Mullnkan Bruce Andersen James Doyle Second row Duck Silvano John Sell David Haun Bull Games Duck Smith Phil Wahlbom Jam Reilly Martin Jelsema Tom Welch Garry Lozuer Dan Kaeslin !,:1 72" Q ARTHUR DECKER Sponsor WB'-1 DAN KAE5'-IN ARNOLD STEINMETZ DUBCYOV Drrecror NI' '!"" M22 2 Hx' DON WELLS Dfrecfor Chic Trautwem presldes over luncheon meefmg J If 5 . . .l dr -' ' Q' ftvxw ' I 1, " I 2 , Y 5 if YN X Q f 1 i K N ,J -.img , 'L . hi ,I I ' ' 4 ,. . F:I'g'! ,A 'ji' W I 0 ,I X , ! . 'J 1' . .I V . xi' A r I rw' X X 1 Ei, - I f "' " l i n 4 lt x 1 I N5 'FAX WHEEL CLUB Q4- Y QW' GUILFORD BARTLETT ,bg 4, President C3 'WX MC VICTOR HARKE Vice Presrdenf Leh to nght Durwood Huckso N6 LAMAR BASS Secretary BURL GEORGE Treasurer J X X X Ns. Xxx L l n Ross Bennett Roger Bond Bull Erskme Duck Nichols Charles Lloyd, Jack Wm son I y g I all Ro ers, Pa' F'9lCY I X , I L I . . ' v , ll R h VN rr f-f 4- TM 1 ' " Ax A i C., A 1 W- .J H X Y' ':i V W , fc R 1 'Q U? . 1 . 1 , ru ' f ' S I J, Y .. "Q f on i E . , 4 ' x ' The membership of the Wheel Club is made up of boys from the 9th through the l2th grades. The motto is "Service above Self." The main purpose of the club is to promote and encour- age leadership in Ft. Lauderdale High School, but community service is also stressed. The club, which is sponsored by Rotary International, has as its main proiect the supervising of parking on the L.H.S. campus. THE WHEEL WHIRL Gul Bartlett and Roger Bond give the bookcases and the w a new ook The Wheel Club solves the L H S park ng problem THESPIAN CLUB ff?-1. -4.5 'QA 159 'ls .. ELLEN WILSON Vice Presrdent 5 BOBBY SHULL Presrdenr Ai ii '1-1 'P'-lp. f"'S PAT CERVI MARY ANN KANE Treasurer Secretary MISS JANE PEPPER Sponsor F"""1 nz Porter, Ellen Furst row, left to nght Louis Mullnns, Nancy Hutchinson, Pat Cervu, Alece McKee, L Wnlson, Janet Brown, Conme Gnbson Second row Lou Bam, Pat Pogue, Mary Vmes, Bobbl' Sl"'-Ill, Bull Bates, Dene Houts, Gul Bartlett Fauth Clements Mary Ann Kane, Augle Anheuser Not puctured Bob Sullers, Ronald Spencer, and Sue Mayhue , , I V N ' y ,-,a. s if l HI ' I R , , II, I 'V . l in N ' X K3 X, -J 'L 7 V. L f l fi' 'aj' A . .. L sa i . f- ' 1 S K- , l v If w l g---""' ' l to U1 L make UP Ou 3 Vmes aPPl'es gage sk foam and Con MafY lhlflah me G, p ner on son o The National Thes I pan Soclety was created to promote the dra matuc arts In the hugh schools It as an organlzatnon for students who are mterested xn some phase of dramatic arts Membershnp may be gained by earnlng ten points determined on stage or behind the scene actlvltles Members of the Thesplans Society work for the promotion of Interest In all forms of drama In the hugh schools throughout the United States l :G D ,il 'Ulu t:"i""""1'FELT.1'... i N 5. ii' 1 Dene Houts Bull Bates and Gul Bartlett work backstage Pfachc ea V L A 7 -Q 4 A- ' IP r - Lf f' . ' n a 1 , E y A . ' I il rl. I , . , U ,b n .1 ,T ' """f gg-, A IIS' 4 4....r:lx'+f4it. - - lg , Y ---'-- ,At u s awe l x . Q A., 'Nw' 4 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA JERRIDAN MCGRANAHAN Presrdent Q-N, BEVERLY SMITH Hrstorran 19' FU' sf' 'ff' BARBARA HALLIDAY BETSY SIMMONS Vlte President Secretary The goal of the Future Homemakers of Amerlca as the development of a better home lufe The members are strlvlng to uncrease their skull In sewing, cookung and homemaklng Each FHA member IS preparing herself for her role as a future homemaker 'W' --r qv 0 x Miss MARCELLA SMITH MRS BILUE BOYD Sponsor 5P0f'50' 09 v-ar SHIRLEY REINHOLDT Treasurer -r' DONNA MYERS If Parllamentarran r 1 AME " C7 l Frrst rov seated Carolyn Curl Elame Le Mteux Ann Von Derrmg Nancy Lynn Joan Emory Carol Barry Barbara Wnllnams Vrrgmna Dunmng Bonnne Kallman' Second row standmg Peggy Chandler Jamce Buoy Pattn Senn Maxnne Strange Barbara Carruer Betty Jo Crust Elnnor Rubrson Allce Spor leder Carol Cecal Sandra Rozear Not puctured Mary Jane Lanbertson Karen Ekman' " Lmle sisters is L' Q , b -A R . , V 4' ' X ,J " H V p L V e X' I ,-35 w gi ' x 1-1 I L X G . , y f I J K , 1 YI A gg a Q ,. ff l .014 f. YT ' A ' E ,rg L, X shin- f N... 'Vfffil Q, .5 L ll ' " n ff F , f L lf' L, , - - ' Vi W L . V. V Vg V ,gh . . .V E 1 A Q . K I '- ef' ' N i ' l f ew, ' 42: A li , ' . . . n , FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA . ,I II G'- yf, I I v' THOMAS REMBERT DAVID YOUNG JIM YATES DAVID MAXWELL ,ff', x V ' Vice Pmsidenf Treasurer Secretary Reporter I Q ' I' 5 The main purpose of the Future Farmers of America is l ., to build leadership and character. This organization 5 ' advances the study of agriculture and encourages good A IRVIN HANDCOCK citizenship and patriotism. RICHARD WILSON President sentinel E , "-3 l HOWARD LEER Sponsor Left to right: James Nichols, Charles Gordy, Richard Kneeling, left ,O right: James vann Eugene Twhchel' Viele, Robert Sobek, Tommy Rembert. Henry Shaw. Standing: Roy Smith, Floyd Cherry. 4565 First row, left to right: kneeling: Carroll Lewis, Charles Gordy. Second row: Tom Rembert, Robert Sobek, Phillip Mains, David Maxwell. Standing: Jim Yates, Roy Smith, Charles Hinson, Floyd Cherry, Eugene Twitchell, David Young, Andrew Guffy, Richard Viele, Mr. Leer, Advisory James Vahn, Robert Vann, Henry Shaw, Sidney English, James Nichols, Richard Wilson, Irvin Handcock, Walter Rode. s'i as 1 1- K 'J' ,....,, x N I I ZONA HOWARD Presidem -1 'E' , 2 V N, rw Q T X, I '- L ' I SHARON MILLS ""' ' Treasurer S TOPSY WILLIAMS Vice President 4, 1 -ea DOROTHY BARRINGER Sponsor 43 -Q .. 3 BARBARA HUFFMAN Secretary I 1 K -A 4. Q-v xi BARBARA FETTERS Historian JUNIORS vs SENIORS Annual Gurls Football Game V' fall! A 1? 'Sv i X , 'ik 1 '-, 1 ,X .. 'Q' I 1- Barbara Burkhardt S 1 Lyn Farquhar Us Shirley Hill , f l Lyn Maihews , I Francys Berry Jeannine Boyd Lynn Brown l L 1 . f -A , L 1 U V me K'-' ' if MSE Y'T" 455244 Q V ,3 "' S ' . 1 J I 1 Sally Crippen Norma Davis Jeanne DeShields i ,ar ' s x P -' if Wx 5 xv' 77 , '17 . Y ' ,Alt XX X , .xl J Xl X N x ' Cynthia Gill Helen Greenlaw Barbara Hammer ar- y , f 47 A T L 0 ,tx E 'Q I s r Y 7 mls-'I " f L gy L' If -Q Q 07 I ' , - I Kathy Knox Sharon Magda Alice McKee ff ' ca 'S - 4' 8 , -.., -QQ X X . Snookie Robinson Kathy Sullivan fs Sue Sabey Allison Tate lah X any X . . ...J . -0' -.-1 I X mln Gretchen Sommerfield Pam Tuppen x Q , ' .L X Helen Sparling Miriam Van Nus T' 'Uh '4- V? f Nancy German A 1- x X v' ' ff I ,, 'X if 1' Pat Kerns QS I 'J 4 1 Carol Ridings Q.--.- ' Q vo x Nr l Sara Staples Babs Walker 4' Qs, ' Xi 2 4 an kihx ff' Sf BOYS L CLUB l Q11 i DOUGLAS CREIGHTON GORDON CALDWELL Presrdent Vrce Presrdenr YK 'E ANDREW KRUSE Sponsor The purpose of the Boys L Club IS to promote better sportsman ship and scholarshnp among ath letes and students and to spon sor worthwhile prolects around the school Any boy lettering In a varsity sport IS ellgsble JIM FRANKLIN GARY SNYDER Treasurer Secfefafy Left to rrght Doug Creighton Boll Phelps Ralph Douglas Rnchard Perry Jam Franklin Bull Burkhardf Gordon Caldwell Gary Snyder Steve Etts Bud Husband Mnke Weiss Rxley Ruchardson Carl Schuster Charles Pmkerman Bucky Hornor Reg Leeby Brad Boydell 'ZZWIE ff-'7gff?'wf H L.. .1-' ,-f 'Cf MARGARET LEGGITT DIANE NEWSHAM Hvsfonan The Naut1Nymphs IS a synchronized swr m m I n g club whlch parhcrpates In unterscholastrc and AAU competition Prelrmmary tryouts are held each year Trarnlng of the pledges IS given by all members, and the fmal fry outs are gudged by the of frcers and sponsor 1 Fam row left to nght Julra Pauley Duane Newsham Nancy Vaughn Pat Gnffin. Second row: Margaret Leggm Wnlma Walker Hamer Van Dellen Mrke ONeaI Judy Nankm Third row: Sharon Watkins A 'fi 74 ,- 6 'ffxgi A L' Av Secrefary ' if I . . Y 5 - ' , . 5 A ' 1 , n N ...- Egfr . , vary, 1 Q s . . X .Q V 2' 4' , ygxfif 4 Qu ll l wt' u 233. , . , :uf i g. fy. I ZH QUENTIN HALSEY MRS sYLvuA BURNSTED wuuLuAM MAuNs Presudent Coordunator Vuce Presudent S Through the D CT program hugh school students have an opportunuty to attend school and also get on the uob experuence The varuous busu ness establushments un the communuty act as traunung agencues to de velop each persons skull un the occupatuon he has chosen When a D C T student graduates from hugh school, he us well prepared to earn hus luvung un the adult world GRI JEANNE MCCORKLE h ED MILLER Secretary A , I Treasurer i 0 'Nanci 1: w 4-,E 1 ,756 'safe-sig,-'egfl ag ir' 'F-F4 Furst row left to rnght Jerry Wolfe John Roberts Joseph Hess Shannon Adams Ronme Elrod Vuctor Harke Second row Jack Brenton Vuctorua McDonald Jean Jennungs Amelua Pauch Ruth Lund Auleen Ronner Donald Vanderl.unde T gf V Q . gr Q y may J, l l l I . -. . . . .- J lt u ' X - 0 ' xx W - l : " "" gf 9 Q J-A O I , . A A A W Zi ll' ax .. Q , 5 4- V - .ff u ff Q ll tugs A , if' -ff' Sa? I If "1 Lee Danner Stock Clerk C, 3 L Roy Rogers 37 ,,,,, Stock Clerk ' V 4 K 'i o X Asa L Ellis Kerm Ward Salesperson Produce Clerk Salesperson Kathleen Barley S 1 Tom Welch a esperson . X gig f-a ff fgr Agra Jeanne McCork1e D0r0thy Robmson Kenton Felty Wxlliam Ma1ns LaVerne McCannon Grace Ohver Dental Assistant Dental ASSiSI8I1I Watch Repaurnan Watch Repalrman Clerk Typlst Clerk Typ1st ...Fe f-:A Roberta Ours Dental Asslstant fit Q 5 J I E f X LEA Jack Mille! Ernest Halleland Joy Stevens Jacquehne Plant Jan Eastham Frank Duelund TV RCPBIIUIBH We1der's helper Pre nursmg Pre nurslng Receptionxst Veter1nar1an's helper ' '4 'fl , 01' - Q ' N 'it-.7-03? - 0' 5 " -wx Q 1 ,Q "' ' L 3- lx ., I X is , ii' V . I - 7 X If 4.7 lx b .K 'rd - A 1 I 1 T E "I id . F' a 1 L ' X d A 3 if a .. X ' .1 3.55:-,r P " n A 5' A A - - ' 1' 9 . 'R , ,, I .xi wr . -..- Xl' Q Q V Q X A , G C' , , 1 4 K F- - .,-- x "'-'11. x , 5 gi ,, Q ' H. . 1. 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ESTHER KASCH Vfce Presfdenr DR GRACE O HUNTER Sponsor Flrst row left to rnght Sandra Croft Carole Squuer Karen Christensen Molly Mallory Vurgmla Empey Janet Bryan lnez Sletta Second row Martha Mar cum Phyllls Halsey Loss Guenther Helen Douglas Barbara Lloyd Gertrude Klnma Shnrley Rnx Thnrd row Martha Knopp Wanda Eavenson Bobble Detlen Lmda Clapp Irene Jorgenson Norma Ball Sue son Jo Ann McClendon Karen Faber Sally Lochrne Mary Magda Oferrel Hol lmgsworth Fufth row Annette Strvckland Chrustene LaBelle Nancy Hucks Rose Paugo Roberta Walter Salvla Bougher Loulse Bnng Jan Pearce Suxth row Bar bara Carrier Betty Jo Crust Carole Clark Carol Baver Donna Lang Judy Lockhart Carolyn Reeves Seventh row Judy Whls nant Joan Carlson Kay Warren Brown ette Robertson Carol Kress Betsy Pfaff Sybul Huey Eughth row Buddy Stuntz Carol Fonda Barbara Bylsma Gale Obea Barbara Stemrnetz Glnger Colller Sudney Stephens Ninth row Bev Bruaw Judy Tmney Phyllus Rodberg Lmda Kirsch Judy Bylsma Harriet Parlm if "ir PEP L'S W . 1 3 A BETTY JO CRIST Treasurer 2 FH N us r- F71 -4 -4 If ll ll Secretary VD 'it L11 Lef- , 54 I si as X , 'si I 6 v- I' -.ol I r I lp: 'U X . 'W fu 3' f I .I 1 AN A 1-I T- A V '-Q ' - A ii, Q G if . 1 'I-f , . , . 2 I - ,. 1 - - y -f Q- l 5: V L . - - A I h A 'B '-5 4 Q J " - -' . , , , I . - I - mi., , , , D rw f g Q Q: V5 ,. Q: rl . , , , Q .J lk A 9 if . v - ' Z. . . ' J., B - v Q Q E -54-.f f I '9' 'Ir ' 5 J -' f 1 I ' ' I it 4 1 9 ' 1 5 'm ln A T : . 1 Bower, Dorothy Flesh, Beverly Hender- M -' v 624 Ev ' :df VA .. I, V U 1 f 1 I. Q A Q9 - .5 "fx , , - 2 , 1 Q, 'L Y ' ' 'L 2 K . . I . , V Q D fl . , ss -Q , , ' I ' y W 1,9 W 'S' ' 4 ' - .V . 's . . . . N V 4 , ' Q9 ' Y., 'K 'F " I , 4 , . , - , v-...Q , A, -- .i . ' 'A : ' F l 1 r , I ' , lt I I A , I '. 1 .4 B J - - ' l - Y - f :A .zfjwf - ' - - ' J- T its A ' 'J " .Q--,., ASTRONOMY CLUB '11 of eu- 2 JERRY ROBERTS Pfeildenf Vrce Presrdenf OWEN CAPPLEMAN ERIC ELLIOTT Secretary Treasurer Left to raght Duck Salvmo Joe Parko Julua Foster Carol Craven Owen Cappleman Robert Pram Sponsor FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE ta .Q lg 'nr 'L N f I GEORGE DICKSON Treasurer DOUG LOCKHART BILL WRIGHT SAM BELL Presrdenr Vrce Presadenr Secretary -li, Fnrst row, left to nght Marvm Adams, Ken Durham, Jam San ford, George Dnckson Second row: Chrus Menefee, Doug Lockhart, Gerald Shufes, Sam Bell, Don Holmes 47-3 ROBERT PRIM Sponsor HY "'-T 'x BUZZ RAINE Chaplarn T, lee' T, T Q 4' P L 'fr , Q A If L T ' . - ' T .. ad 9 . Q1 FRESHMAN DELTA CHAPTER x-- i 3 ' 10 'Sa N BETSY PFAFF CAROLE CLARK Ffesldenf Vice President iw' IQ Jf 1 NV, K DONNA STILES IRENE JORGENSEN Secretary Treasurer mf CAROL KRESS Chaplain First row left to right: Alice Arygros Carol Kress Carole Clark Joyce Fox Linda Clapp Louise Bing Jackie Cooper Carol Coolidge Deborah Otolo Beverly Stump Dorothy Flesh Jo Ann McClendon. Second row: Mary Magda Pat Plant Carol Fonda Joy Melfi Irene Jorgensen Peggy Sarvls Kay Fitzsimmons Sandra Conover Elizabeth Van Arsdall Nancy Young Beverly Blomgren Donna Stiles Betsy Pfaff. TRI HI Y KEYNI CHAPTER Q T 'Y JAN PEARCE Presrdent i 1' 'Q ""'7' BETTY JO CRIST Treasurer 'G SYBIL HUEY LINDA DAILY Vrce President Secretary 7- 1 'Ds 'T '91 JUDY LOCKHART MARTHA HUNTER Historian Chaplain li F t ow Mass Beverly Staples Sponsor Mary Ann Adams Jo Ann Sory Barbara Carruer Judy urs r Whtsnant Jan Pearce Judy Tmney Kay Roberts Carolyn Reeves Kay Warren Ginger Gollter Second row Beverly Henderson Brownette Robertson Donna Lang Betty Mayhue Pat Webb Judy Lockhart h d Martha unter Lunda Danly Duanne Balme Barbara Fourrner Shurley Rnx Wendy Wrenn T nr row it Kay Clark Susan Jenne Betty Jo Crust Sybtl Huey - - I 5 1' . Q f X T , f 1 Q N If x Q 5' TX T K t , lx. it . ' , T D K b ' 4 Q X A X K: '- ' . Ti. v , .V f J Q 4 , 3 f -r ' a- . - 4 -' U -3 Nl . ' , Q1 Ly ff J ' e , , ..,' I I A 1 . it n ' A ' ' V- Y I 1 V I ' v JUNIOR SENIOR HI Y f? "' T5 'JZ' , nf' gs, fr-"' " CHARLES KING BOB SULTE ROGER BOND H B CROSS Presldenf Vfce President Secretary Treasurer Chaplam uni' I '- 35 'Ui-'ful' Furs? row Ieff to right Donald Eward Bull Pruce Bob Sulte H B Cross Kuyoshn Kobayashu Charles Kung Second row Richard Moore Rnchard Haldeman John Kovas Tom Adams Bob Peck Pat Pearce Buffy Ellis '16 1? ' ,,? . 2. A,,.,::7- I SOPHOMORE TRI-HI-Y -rm Hz W te' xx Ex YOLANDA HUSTY SALLY SMITH p,e,,deny Vrce Presldent 1 L., on gr-1' v--V , fb- 'Univ 1 BARBARA WILLIAMS JOANN FORCE Treasurer SeCfefafY 'UIQ 'www NANCY ABEL MARY ANN KENT Parlvarnentarvan Chaplain Asc Ftrst row left to rtght Annette Stokel Jo Thomas Carolyn Crouch Sharon Watkuns Januce Bryant Molly Mallory Norma Qumn Joyce Hogan Lunda Franklun Sylvla Bougher Sallle Pennington Penny Rune bolt Second row Shnrley Rogers Judy Lee Nancy Hower Ann Sulluvan Nancy Kroetz Carolyn Kmgsley Inez Sletta Wnlma Walker Judy Beller Joan Emery Lnnda Losey Thurd row Judy Beare Darlene Rowland Lmda Wlgley Mmam Knrkland Beverly Burgess Jane Grllls Susan Hyatt Betty Houts Elaine Combs Dorothy Peters A ff ,rl A A -I F V ,- X , ' f , .,f5,.g., I X I' W mf, S E-f n - Q, m -nn lN,' 45 I -- ,x qu .T 'uf' 7 , . I .- wg. .fgivsyq X I .f - ., ' U - .A 4. . ,i f A I 2 :gf , J . .A 1 . ,I , A 4' Ii . 1 QP. . 6 - JK ' 't ., . -1 I1 1 I I l I L.. ' v I 1 I i I I 1 . I l I I I 1 I . I I 1 I I I I ' . - 4: I A I I I . . I ' . l I I f,,,- - , I U . I I . I I 1 I I I . , . JUNIOR TRI HI Y ff-'U' GWEN HARRHL PEGGY Lerevsn Pfevdem Vnce Presrdem CONNIE BRACKEN Secretary 1 DIANE MORAITIS Chaplain Phyllis Semon Gwen Harrell Dorothy Ruiz and a Levy talknver publncny plans ""'-'V T DOROTHY RUTZ N. XXI BARBARA HARTT Parhamenhnan Treasurer s .1 -. ,.A 6' 1. , 3 ,M 6 ' 7 - , n V! , ' g a..,.,.f, ... - a: .src-.1-.ani--"'h-'I' "" ' ""' ' - Fnrst row left to rnght Sand: Surnonton Sandra Dennett Dolly Mulcahy Sandra Henderson Helen Bloomberg Judy Bylsma Nancy Brown Ann Von Durrung Esther Kasch Dorothy Jenson Barbara Mc lntyre Sandy Todd Carolyn Noll Jo Ann Breese Jean Glendenmng Jean Young Barbara Stemmetz Gaul O Bea Pat Sokolowslu Januce Buoy Barbara Bennett 7 lil 4nn4..".x -1 Fnrst row left to rught Barbara Hartt Shurley Hull Barbara Haworth Shnrley Hawks Shurley Esopn Faye Durham Phyllus Rodberg Lunda Klrsch Rose Mane Rnchardson Phyllns Sumon Oferrel Holllngsworth Collette Horn Carol Gneges Carolyn Smnh Nancy Greene Pat Levy Arlene Katsarus Frances Kovas Carol Prnce Beverly Swanson Anne Schaoberger Gerry Calvetto Sally Graham . . f, f' 9 F' . C9 g . H A . 'gs f 'l 8 V, if f ' I' Y an ' 1 , . I . i 5 I . - l -- , O . l A , , N f .nm " ' f ' I ' ' , f I , I I I D I I I I I I I I A I I D I D I 1 If U 1 - X 1 1 ... . -as J L ' -5 ' -2 g M - 27, q Q7 ,N 5 U f K, - .K . 1 ,, .. . , 0 .' - , - ' ' Q' - i Lf -.9 'P 'H X Q, . I . ' I o Y, ' 1 t I , l. v 1 . 1 J I . z I l 1 I 4 - " . F ' f 1-. . A ' N!:.,,. 1 H . ' ,Fl .h :xv . 048. .isa v I 5 f l l I , 4 1 l .1 I I I 1 . I I . I I I I r 1 I I I , , , , 4 SENIOR A ' A . 2 Yi 5. .. . Q K '2 as - f, ' . 'N' km- ' .-'A il ' t" V V -1.-7 "7 V I , A.. L H, , YW SQ V X r' x ll xx SHIRLEY CUNNINGHAM EULA SUMMERFIELD JEAN STANTON BARBARA WALKER SUSAN MAYHUE Presidenr Vice President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain I Y me ,km ai' ' 5 Y Shirley Arpnn Nancy Bellar '21 ?""? if 544' Layte Bowden Barbara Burkhardt if of Sandra Croft Faith Clements of Q' 2'1- 'T r-v T. Larryce Freeman Jean? Denham Saliy Ernckson Margarei Hahn Maryanne Hartman f , , 3. fm 1 Q an 1 N A . A 1' R 7 X A , '56 . if " 7 rf W. Q I xx 'vs af, 2 -1 A xx A ,if I ly I ' Norma Davis , ' ' vs ,I 5 as lt V N . , , xt . V 3 Q ' ,f-X " " in " T v- ,N A V ' 1 V .W . '- . 1- -.1 ,,- - , V ,V -3 T -.. :K-JA 4-fl -. 'Y ' Y' . TRI-HI-Y C Q E I r- "' 'W 1: ' 4 C: in v-4 N- ,. XJ ' v 3 1 - fx 'tj , 1 , I X. fx 4 1 I if rf Shirley Hogan Barbara Huffman Carol Hunter Annette Lee Alice McKee +- if -- X- C- , U E Carole Mnal Pam Murphy 49 Har T'7' Pat Myron Carole North 3-6 fn., ?'Y Rachel Scarborough Snookle Robnnson Carole Squler lx Y' 7 'S i 6 ir We Kerun Wa rd X 5 i Sudney Stephens Undme Underwood Alntha Wendner Topgy Wpllqamg ,. , r I fx" wg-f 'Q "' x X f ' , Q 1, f, k ' C' 9' ' . Q, X J . A I 1 I , . 'yy F Q " HL-N . .. C C ' Xx-I ' fy f ' Q C - ' J? fi- 'P ,ff va-an-on V.,,. 44 ,wi 'i ? ' C.. . I ADMINISTRATION 1 'QQ J nit.. X ARTHUR B WO Supervlsung Prnncnpal Alderson Broaddus College B A Flornda State Unlversuty M A T7 ,Ali KATHERINE F LaBELLE Dean of Gurls Rosary College A B Unlversuty of Mnamu M Ed f"T KENNETH D HAUN Assistant Prnncnpal and Dean of Boys Faurmont State College A B West Vnrgunna Umverslty M A I- ,Vs O K PHILLIPS Superuntendent of Publlc In structnon Broward County Southeastern Mnssouru Teach ers Colleqe BS Unrversuty of Mnssourn M A PAUL COLBERT Assastant Superuntendent f Publuc Instruction Hlram Col lege AB Unlversrty of Flor: da MA MARGARET ALSTON Physical Education Harding College, B.A. George Peabody College, M.A. DOROTHY BARRINGER Physical Education ,' Marshall College, A.B. . 3 ROBERT C. BEALE Physical Education Temple University, B.S. 'Q IVY BERRYHILL Librarian Brenau College, B.A. JACQUELYN E. BETHEL English Marietta College, B.A. MARJORIE ANN BRANTFERGER Biology Emory University, B.S. EDNA H. BROWN Shorthand Florida State University, B.S. University of Tennessee, M.S. ILA MAE BRYANT Biology Florida State University, B.S. SYLVIA W. BURNSTED D.C.T. Indiana CPa.J State Teachers Co CLOIS J. CALDWELL Science Millsaps College, B.S. BETSY LEE CHAMBERS Physical Education University of Florida, B.S. FLORINE R. CHAPMAN English, Registrar Randolph Macon, A.B. GERTRUDE W. COLE Guidance University of Wisconsin, Ph.M. Wisconsin State Teachers College B Ed 1'5" grins 1 gli R44 Q7 'UN is if Cv-x I VI' W. ' J wi S-fi Av . fi f i ARTHUR G. DECKER Industrial Arts Duke University, A.B. Oswego State College 'W JACK o. EHRKE Q : Mathematics, Science ' 7 1 University of Miami, B.E. if ' A MARY ENGLE English, Typing Berea College, A.B. Duke University, M.A. r.. ANN EVANS English Florida State University, A.B. University of Virginia, M.A. BEVERLY EVANS Mathematics Denison University, B.S.Ed. RUTH H. FEDERLINE Spanish University of Wisconsin, B.S. LORRAINE FORCE Art Southwest Missouri State, B.S.E. LLOYD D. FRAZER History, Civil Air Patrol Ball State Teachers College, B.A., M.A. ERNESTINE FREIDAY History University of Missouri, B.S. BILLIE GORDON Home Economics Florence State Teachers College, B.S. MARTHA GOWANS Assistant Librarian, Audio-Visual Wayne University, B.S. K. H. HARDING Science, Social Studies University of Kentucky, A.B., M.A. HAROLD HAYES Journalism University of Nevada, B.A. .x 1 NAOMI A. KEAST Civics, English University of Miami, B.S. Ed., M.E. .ii THOMAS R. LAMAR Civics University of Miami, B.Ed., M.Ed. 450 DANIEL P. LEE Mathematics U.S. Military Academy, B.S. l if HOWARD B. LEER Vocational Agriculture Purdue University, B.S., A.B. 'QQ' 'sf 'T 1 x is l HARRY F. MCCOMB Band University of Miami, B.A. University of Michigan, M.A RUTH D. HELMS Typing Doane College, A.B., Mus.B. RUTH N. HENDRICK English Maryville College, A.B. MARY HICKSON Mathematics Florida State University, B.S., M.S. LLEWELLYN B. HODGE English Georgia State College for Women, A.B. University of Georgia, M,A. IMOGENE HOGAN Civics, Latin American History Morris Harvey College, B.S. University of Kentucky, M.A. VEAZEY HOLT Civics, Mechanical Drawing New River State College, A.B, HARLEY HOWELLS Mechanical Drawing Ohio State University, B.S.E. GRACE O. HUNTER Psychology and Guidance Temple University, B.S.Ed., Ed.M., Ed.D. SUMMERS JARRETT History, Civics Marshall College, A.B., M.A. DORIS JETT Spanish Florida Southern College, A.B., M.A. ANDREW K. KRUSE Physical Education .sfgff ' i Northwest Missouri State Teachers College, fn Columbia University, M.A. AVIS W. KRUSE Commercial Subiects Northwest Missouri State Teache Columbia University, M.A. V l fu AI C' I A 9 rs College, X. 5 W r ei .VJ Sf ,lvigr Y1 J is in I' Jr -flfss 555551 IQ-s?556f5i: isgrzifif.-5.-. ss, ....., 1? .QI Q- 1:-v X A Y wf,a e -K?-1, is ,L ,! B.S.. x i al 1 -l FRANK W. MALLOY Civics, Driver Training State Teachers College, Clarion, Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh, B.S.Ed. LOREN J. MALTBY Physical Education V Florida State University, B.S. KENDRICK W. MARTIN Industrial Arts, Driver Training Illinois State Normal University, B.Ed. JAMES E. MAURER Physical Education Lock Haven State Teachers College, B.S. DORSEY D. MAYNARD Biology Marshall College, A.B., M.A. JOHN B. MILLER , - Mathematics, Bookkeeping Florida Southern College, A.B. X44 4 New York University, M.A. ELLEN G. NELMS Chemistry Georgia State College for Women, B.S. MILDRED C. ODLE English Murray State College, A.B. G CHARLES E. PACKARD Mathematics Dartmouth College, A.B. JANE PEPPER Speech, English West Virginia University, A.B. ELIZABETH l. PINDER English Florida State University, B.S. LUCILLE POOLE English Georgia State College for Women, A.B. RUSSELL I. SMITH Electric Shop Mount Union College, B.S 4' Q 'v ROBERT PRIM Science Fairmont State Teachers College, A.B. 'li "bf Xu PATRICIA F. SCHROEDER Home Economics University of Wisconsin, B.S. J. P. 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WILLIAM T, WEBER History Concord College, A.B. Marshall College, M.A. DANA WELLS Vocal Music Syracuse University, B.M. Florida State University, M.M, , , 0' l GLADYS WETHEY Assistant Librarian Smith College, A.B. ,Q 'Y NELL wiLKiNs '12 English university of Florida, BA., MA, fx "' WANDA MARIE vviLsoN English X . X! Indiana University, A,B. X A ' Mr. Wolfe shows faculty handbook to new teacher, Mrs. Chapman, office registrar, atwork. Mr. Fitzpatrick. f gi N Office secretarial staff includes: Mrs. Alice Dickey, Miss Jackie Bullock, and Mrs. Muriel Lynch. 3.1623 I 'S Mr Malloy Expernence us the best teacher Our Cusfodnans Mrs Sears tells usLat1rt can be fun From left to rnght Ed Meeks Wnlltam Matson and Jtm Jacksa mternes from Mnchugan State 1 9' K7 f' fbi ,lf- I L Our cafeterna staff PL V .J "I ' i :M U V Q ,ry M. s n' ,Ag , Q Q m lg I ' Z, , . p 1 t ,af , A ' M ' Q E ' A f , ' . 1 M v ' un W - lx? 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H K f'i'5"i'i:1:.M- SENIOR CLASS on SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to nght Charles Kung Treasurer Ralph Keller, Presudent, Carol Bletzer, Secretary Bob Sulte, Vnce Presndent DANIEL LEE ADAMS Transferred from Beaver Hugh School Beaver Ohuo 2 Semor Honor Socnety 7 Q 3 4 Vnce Presudent 4 Sensor Class PI y 4 Junior Class Legnslatuve Board 3 MARGIE DoNNA AITKEN Art Club I 2 4 Vnce Presndent I TruHtY I 3 Spamsh Club 2 Jun vorettes 3 4 Hlstornan 4 Senor Student Councul I 2 3 4 Pep Ls I 2 NAVIGATOR Staff 4 Student Councul Legislative Board I 2 Exec utuve Councll 2 3 4 Secretary of State 4 Juruor Red Cross Represen tatuve I Intra Murals I 38. BETTY JEAN ALBAUGH DON HERBERT ALEXANDER V Transferred from Chardon High Transferred from Thomas Carr Howe Y' School Chardon Ohlo 2 MWDW Al rf fjof af fa cu X School lndlanapolls Indvana 4 4' 1- I OG E ALEXANDER BRUCE DONALD ANDERSEN Tfamfelfed hom Monlfose H'9lI Transferred from Olney Hugh School School Montrose Musstssuppu 3 Phuladelphua Pennsylvanua I Ctvt tan Club 4 Football 2 Baseball 4 K9 Student Councnl A Y ' ' , lf' wr? A .tgflx .- ...QL- ,I u Q- re' 1' 1 ..'T'- "'.,' '33 :.,'. 3. . .-A, V 45 I Q, an A I ' .A ., , ' ' 'x U Q , , X I' . sf ' 2 r -'X - l : . 1 I I I . . . I , 1. fl i I 'aa k.i 4 I ' ' fl fl q . :I a 2 ' ' ' -Y 3, cum Play 4, Eau TIDE staff 3, -1, rw, I - I I A I J . , , , I Q' 'I ' . . ' ' ' , , , , , I - ' . 1 If I A I I i ' - I S. T- ' 9 X L' icvflf' ' I. if . V ,, , I . l I , I , my 4 .Q vi, , A ', ' My f . ' ' , CHARLES ALLEN ANDERSON Spanish Club 2, Senior Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Junior Honor Society T, Key Club 4, Choristers l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 3, 4: Boys' Quartette 2, 3, 4, Harvard Award 3, All State Chorus l, 3, 4, Most Talented 4, Spanish Medal 2, Hall of Fame 3. OLGA HEYDE ANHEUSER Transferred from North Phoenix High School, Phoenix, Arizona 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Senior Class Play 4, Li- brary Club 2, Thespian 4, Press DOROTHY ANN ANDERSON Transferred from Haddon Heights High School, Haddon Heights, New Jersey 2, Pep L's 3. MITZI ARMSTRONG Transferred from East High School, Knoxville, Tennessee. ,pr- VY' A-Er Us Club 4. XY? SHIRLEY RUTH ARPIN Transferred from Asbury Park High School, Asbury Park, New Jersey 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. SARAH KATHLEEN BAILEY Transferred from Manatee Junior High School, Bradenton, Florida T, Future Homemakers of America 2, Diversified Cooperative Training 4. Q fi Q-., Tsv-v 'vt-Q., El? '4 W ff' LA JACK Comes AYcOcK Transferred from Mary Persons High School, Forsyth, Georgia 3. ANN LOUISE ALICE BAIN Tri-Hi-Y T, 2, 3, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, Student Coun- cil Legislative Board 3, Modern Dancing 3, Intramurals l, Thes- pians 4, Q42 if gvx 5 DAVID WILLIAM BALTHASER Band T, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Drum Maior 4, Orchestra 3, 4, American Bandmasters Association Band. ANN MARIE BARNUM Transferred from St. Stephen High School, Cleveland, Ohio 2, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Historian 4, Junior Class Play 3. HERMAN HALL BARNETT GUILFORD HARRISON BARTLETT Transferred from South Broward High School, Hollywood, Florida l, Latin Club T, 2, 3, 4, Wheel Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Jun- ior Class Play 3, lnter-Club Coun' cil 4, Thespians 4. . , ,i ' jig . Q - Y Q 3- I ,Sf 'YW' Bay City, Michigan 3, Senior Class WILLIAM HOWARD BATES 4' Thespians 3, 45 Juni Class Pla 3, x 'i I Senior Class Play 4 ass Legisl ive ' Board 2, 3, 4. Q sm-, in 0 X T, . ' 1 Q! YQ .ff it It I - 5 I . lf I ff ' ri-Hi-Y L's 3. FRANCYS CARLENE BERRY Art Club 'lg Girls' L Club 4, Junior Honor Society lp Maiorettes l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Representa- tive I. BlLLlE IRENE BLAND Transferred from Melbourne High School, Melbourne, Florida 2, Press Club 4, Secretary Ag NAVIGATOR 4, Quill and Scroll 4. 'lk 'E is . - JOHN ROBERT BEATTY Transferred from South Broward High School, Hollywood, Florida ly Hi-Y Ag Foobtall 47 Track 4. NAN NE BELLAR SUSAN GAIL BENN 2, 4, Latin Club lp Pep Transferred from Evansville High School, Evansville, Wisconsin 2, Tri- Hi-Y 27 Swimming 2, 3, 45 Press Club 4. f 002 'TC7 DAVID MARVIN BLUME YL.-7 Transferred from Tottenville High ,J K School, Tottenville, New York 3, Debate Club 4, Senior Class Play 4. Hi-Y l Q ' :Cs gg ROGER GENE BOND 2, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Latin Club 2, 35 Wheel Club 3, 4, 'R' President 35 Swimming l, 2, Stu- dent Council Legislative Board I, 2, 3, Inter-Club Council 3, Boys' State 3, State Representative 3, Junior Class Play 3. '36 G. 'Q' 1 4 fp ' Mi' r, X' X H. P ff. ri" N 1,41 MAXINE VADA BLAC KWOOD .f I 1 2 I ' 4 I1 I 1 . , I .If v 1 I , r n . UV ,CAROL MARIE BLETZER ' . . I ' ff TV'-HPV l, 2: Secretary' of Senior A IClass 4, Student Council l, 2, 3 7 Latin Club l. CJ 1 T wah W MARILYNN SARA BOEHM GORDON STANLEY BOUCHER Transferred from Handy High School, Play 4. .Q JU! '-1 '15 Q a rf' P 1 445 15 LAYTE MARSHA BOWDEN Press Club 3, 4, President 3, Treas' urer 4, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club li Pep L's 4, Quill and Scroll 4, NAVIGATOR Staff 4, Sports Editor 45 Inter-Club Council 4, Secretary 4: Football Queen Attendant 4, Jun- iorettes 4. EDWARD JOSEPH BOYACK Football 3, 4, ZITA AGNES BOWMAN Transferred from East Pittsburgh High School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylva- nia 4. EVELYN JOYCE BRENNER Spanish Club 25 Junior Honor So- ciety I, Scholarship Award T, 2, 3. Ns: inf' 'W I Qng BARBARA JAN E BRONSON Transferred from Wiley High School, Terre Haute, Indiana 4. NOREEN BROWN , . IA" ' T 'v"'!t-"l ff, , ' 1 f"' 0 Q . sf, ' A i 'Q-C, f , J use i lf?-Ai 'I , I 1' 'A , , ' ,, ,Z- Hai Iii or 195 JANET MARY BROWN Transferred from Brechin High School, Brechin, Scotland 3, Senior Class Play 4, Pep L's 35 Thespians 4, Juniorettes 4. ROSEMARY BROWN Transferred from Elizabethton High School, Elizabethton, Tennessee- 2, Swimming 2, 35 Executive Council 4. 'VS 'N-9 TN w--ff? DOROTHY lRENE BRUCE Transferred from Kathleen High School, Lakeland, Florida 4. BARBARA JOYCE BULLOCK Chorus 3, 4. 'iff WILLIAM HOLLIS BUFFINGTON Transferred from Colt High School, Bristol, Rhode Island 3. JuOlTI-I BUNTEN Transferred from Reading High School, Reading, Massachusetts 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2, Latin Club 2: Chorus 4- 62?- 'af IN? Y' . 'UN BARBARA CHRISTIAN BURKHARDT Transferred from Hinsdale Township High School, Hinsdale, Illinois 3, Girls' L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Junior- ettes 3, 4, Vice President 4, Swim- ming 3, 4, Manager 3, 4, Pep L's 3, 4, Student Council Legislative Board 4, Best All Around 4. DAVID HUNT CARR Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Orchestra 4. PATRICIA ANN CERVI Art Club 3, Treasurer 3, Tri-Hi-Y 'l, Latin Club 1, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Honor Society l, His- torian T, Thespians 4, Treasurer 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, EBB TIDE Staff 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Award I, 2, 3, 4. QT' DONALD HILL CLANTON Future Farmers of America 4. I ,,, . ,-A v- cd r i FAITH MARILYN CLEMENTS Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Swimming l, 2, All-State l, Executive Council 1, 2, 3, Girls' State 3, Legislative Coun- cil 4, Thespians 4. KENNETH SIMON CARLSON Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Council ,Q Legislative Board 4, Scholarship Award l, 2, 3, American Band- rnasters Association Band, Senior Legislative Council 4. ROBERT RUSSELL CASTEEL Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 4, Student Council Legislative Board 3, Wittiest 4. .V Ny' J 'hu 'vs ,",,N, 3 -'SR XS, ,XXV- 1 ...fi ff' 5,53 ' gf ji, KATHERINE Lucy Transferred from School, Nashville, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Pep ts 'UV A 91 , .fi I PEGGY JEAN CHANDLER Future Homemakers of America 4, Pep L's 4. ROBERT LEE CLARK Future Farmers of America l, 2, Junior Honor Society l, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Civitan Club 'l, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Executive Council 3, 4, Department of Com- merce 3, Boys' State 3, Advisory Council Class Represenaive 2, Track 4, Boys' L Club 'U to Succeed 4, ' st Likely Irs JANECE COOK ERMA JEAN COOKENMASTER 5, Transferred from Miami High School, Transferred from Armada High Miami, Florida 4: Chorus 4- School, Armada, Michigan 4. , -nit 'Af -eq MARY WILLIAMS COOLIDGE SUSAN JEANETTE COOPER TrivHi-Y 2, 3, Spanish Club l, 2, Tennis Team 2, Intramural l. Jwj ,,,, Y""v ,aww Wim? EILEEN TERESA Cosonove Transferred from Pompano High School, Pompano, Florida 4. DOUGLAS FRANK CREIGHTON Boys' L Club 3, 4, President 4, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4, Inter-Club Council 4, Junior Q , High Swi ming Te rn l. 'sp Q V5 VCV' if l ' for . 'wk M My 31' t' , QUWBWVI-M' 5 Wil W Q SANDRA CROFT Tri4Hi-Y 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Junior Honor Society l, Pep L's 3, 4, Sen- ior Legislative Board 4, Scholarship Award l. MARGOT BETH CROXTON Tri-Hi-Y 2, Chorus 2, Senior Class Play 4, Pep L's 3, Anchor Club 4, Treasurer 4. gsm , I ' 2995 . ,asv . A-,, 6 is 'QS s-. -Jn 53 5 NANCY CARTER CRUMP Transferred from Washington-Lee High School, Arlington, Virginia 2, Choristers 3, 4, Historian 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, All-State Chorus 4, SHIRLEY HELEN CUNNINGHAM Transferred from Rye High School, Rye, New York 2, Tri-Hi4Y 2, 3, 4, President 4, Pep L's 3, Inter-Club Council 4. ,su 15" 1.2 JEANNETTE YVONNE CULLIVER Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep L's 3, Library Club 2, 3- JOAN CAROLYN CURL Future Homemakers of America 4, Pep L's 4. HERBERT BYRON CROSS Boys' L Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Chaplain 4, Visual Education 2, 3, 4, Library Club l, 2, Junior Red Cross Repre- sentative l, Junior Class Legislative Board 3, Vice President Tri-Hi-Y Hi4Y Council 4, Football Manager 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Base- ball Manager 3, 4. JAMES LEONARD CRUM Transferred from Logan High School, Logan, West Virginia 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Student Council Legislative Board 3, Speaker of House 3. '5- "','.7 . an 1 HELEN ANN DEBATS Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Pep L's 3, Intramurals I. ROBERTA JANE DEMPSEY Pep L's 3, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Chap- lain I, Mariorettes I, 2. I 1 SONIA MARY CZERNIAWSKI Transferred from Holyoke High School, Holyoke, Massachusetts 3, Senior Class Play 4, LEE ALLAN DANNER Transferred from Indianapolis High School, Indianapolis, Indiana I, Art Club 3, Tennis Club l, Diversified Cooperative Training 4, Wheel Club 4, Football I, Swimming 2. REBECCA Louise DANIEL Tri-Ha-Y 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Jun. iorettes 4, Maiorettes 3, 4, Modern Dancing 3, Press Club 4. NORMA LEE DAVIS Girls' L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, Pep L's 3, 4, Student Council Legislative Board 2, Eecutive Council 3. I N. 5- PATRICK LAWRENCE DEPEW BEVERLY DILTS Junior Honor Society I. JEANNE GRACE DESHIELDS Class Legislative Board 4, Girls' L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Debate Club 4, Jun- iorettes 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Maiorettes l, 2, Student Council I, 2, Pep L's 3, 4, Student Council Legislative Board I, 2, Scholarship Award 2, Modern Dancing 3, Sopho- more Queen Atendant 2, Miss Ft. Lauderdale High Candidate 2, 3, Advisory Council 4, Executive Stu- dent Council 4, Best Personality 4 ROBERT WATSON DINGWALL Transferred from Baldwin High School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 3. .YN 5 MADELYN JOAN DEEDRICK MARY JEANNETTE DENHAM Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2 A Choristers 4, Chorus 3, 4, Maiorettes 2, Pep L's 3, 4, Intramural Sports I Q 5'1"- 'Iv '17 .KR :- 's Yay-rx LEE ALLEN DUDLEY Transferred from Cleveland High School, St. Louis, Missouri T5 Choris- ters 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Visual Edu- cation l, 25 All-State Chorus 3, 4. KAREN ANNE DIXON Press Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Spanish Club 25 Tennis Club 35 Pep L's 35 NAVIGATOR 4, Feature Editor 45 Intramurals I5 Quill and Scroll 4. JAMES CHRISTOPHER DOYLE Hi-Y 45 Civitan Club 45 Visuai Edu- cation l, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Boys' State, Police Chief 3. Q 'R' 3 JANICE RAE EASTHAM ' if BILL HOWARD DOUGLAS Art Club 35 Thespians 45 Junior Class Play 35 Senior Class Play 4. RICHARD CLARENCE DRUM Visual Education 2, 3. 1 if X ,I mfg 49, ,V ,, ,,. ff f 1512 f X Y X, .VV FRANK DUELUND S4 J Diversified Cooperative Training 4 if Chorus l. N ELAINE JOYCE Eav A , 3 Transferred from Central High School, Evansville, Indiana 15 Tri4Hi- . 5 Ki Y T, 25 Spanish Club 25 Diversified s Cooperative Training 45 Pep L's 3. W, 14 I ,,, ASA L. ELLIS f' Diversified Cooperative Training 3, 4, Chaplain 45 Swimming 2. 54 1"v'9' SALLY ANN ERICKSON Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Junior Honor So- ciety l5 Juniorettes 45 Chorus 15 Pep L's 45 Junior Red Cross Representa- tive T. IQX Chorus I, 2, 45 All-State Chorus 4 ALBERT THURSTON ELLIS C, Hi-Y l, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Stu- dent Council Legislative Board 2, 3. it . SHARON LOUISE EvANs Tri-Hi-Y 15 Choristers 45 Chorus 3, 4. ss, RALPH DONALD EWARD Hi'Y 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Orchestra 3, 4, American Bandmas- ters' Association, Band 3. 9'5- KENTON EDWARD FE LTY Transferred from Allentown High School, Allentown, Pennsylvania 3, Diversified Cooperative Training 3, 4. 'av 'fo JANET HELEN FISCHER C, Transferred from Tobyhanna Town- ship High School, Pocono Pines, Pennsylvania 4. ..- CHARLES FONDA Transferred from Miami Jackson A X High School, Miami, Florida 3, HiY 1 4? 3. 4, Football 45 All County 4. N "N-4 K S Sf WALTER EDWARD FOSTER 1 it to MARILYN MAY FRALEY Transferred from North Arlington High School, North Arlington, New Jersey 4, Diversified Cooperative Training 4. f RONALD FARNETH Transferred from New Kinsington High School, New Kinsington, Pennsylvania 4. as E, JAMES FIELDS A ' R .AQ R4 l 4 -Q W OD: if .' RICHARD ALAN FLETCHER hiv 4 Latin Club l, 2, Junior Class . . , Play 3. JULIA ADAIR FOSTER Transferred from Ocala High School, Ocala, Florida Ag Chorus 4, Senior Class Play 4, Astronomy Club 4. I A I ' ff v Y. Boeav BROCK FOUTS V Tv? Transferred from Hazard High ' School, Hazard, Kentucky 4, Band 4. X' ROBERT TYNDALL FRAZIER Transferred from Georgia Christian so ?"'iv Institute, Valdosta, Georgia 3. YN hs LARRYCE FREEMAN Transferred from Byrd High School, Shreveport, Louisiana 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 4, Debate Club 4, Pep L's 3, 4. WILLIAM CARLISLE GAINES Civitan Club 4, Visual Education I, 2, 3, 4. EDWARD WILLIAM FRYKMAN Hi-Y 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4, T gl .Q . Boys' State 3, City Officer 3, Best All-Around 4. ELEANOR LOUISE GALBREATH Future Homemakers of America 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, Library Club I, Ji , f ,L Q. Junior Red Cross Representative I. R., Ii fb: JANNES GALLOWAY "" Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Student Council I, 2, Pep L's 3. JAMES TI-I EODORE GLASS So Spanish Club 2, Junior Honor ciety I, Student Council 1. 'sry YW-if PRESCOTT GouLD Hi-Y 1, 2, Thespians 3, Junior Class TW? CONSTANCE OLIvE GIBSON Tri4Hi-Y I, Juniorettes 4, Choristers 4, Chorus 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, EBB TIDE Staff 4, Thespians 4. as ix CHARLES ARNOLD GORDY Future Farmers of America l, 2, 3, 'U' .- 4, President 4, Nationa Team 4, State Judging Team 4, ln- ter-Club Council l. - .u . ix BONNIE Louise GRAHAM Art Club 2, TriHIY 2, 3, Secretary 3, Spanish Club 2, Tennis Club 2, 3, play 37 swimming Qi Best Dancer 4. 4, Co-Captain 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, Pep L's 32 Junior Board 3, Intramurals 2. l Judging is C. J 05. NANCY JANE GRUBBS 'V'-in DORIS VAUGHN GRIFFIN 545 Transferred from Omaha Central Q-:fr 4- High School, Omaha, Nebraska 3. fi MARGARET ANN HAI-tN 'Ui QUENTIN MICHAEL HALSEY Hi-Y 2, 3, President 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Diversified Cooperative Train- ing 4, President 4, Basketball 2, 3, lnter-Club Council 3, 4, Boys' State, Town Mayor, County Councilman, House of Representatives 3, Sopho- more Class Treasurer 2, Junior Class President 3, Best Personality 4. BARBARA ANN HAMMER Art Club l, Future Homemakers of America l, Girls' L Club 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Junior Honor Society 1, Maiorettes 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Stu- Transferred from Jackson High School, Jackson, Michigan 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3 4 Sw'mmin 3 4 Pe 'L's 4. V? 1 I l g 1 F P ROBERT VANCE HALE Bays' L Club 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3,4 -K -3 RICHARD EMMETT HALDEMAN Press Club 3, 41 Hl'Y lf 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Spafllslt Club 2, NAVI- GATOR staff 4. tRNEsT HALLELAND Transferred from Shanghai American School, Shanghai, China I, Diversi- fied Cooperative Training 4. no '54 TERR N AT mm 'K dent Council I, Girls' State 3, Jun- ior Red Cross Representative l, Scholarship Award I, 3, lntra- murals I. L 'C7' ,Q MARGIE KAY HAuER Transferred from Lloyd School, Er- langer, Kentucky 2, Future Home- makers of America l, 2, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Debate Club 4, Modern Danc- ing 3. LORENE HELEN HEBERLING Future Homemakers of America 1, 2, Parliamentarian 2, Spanish Club I, 2, Pep L's 3. K' f , Y WYNN HAMILTON Transferred from Sewickley High School, Sewickley, Pennsylvania 3, Senior Class Play 4, Basketball 3. MARYANNA FRIEDA HARTMAN Tfl'Hl-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep L's 3, Modern Dancing 3, Sopho- more Sweetheart Attendant 2, Jun- liar' tr.-'J , ,, ior Board 3, Best Dancer 4, Intra- murals 2, .5535 ,4- , Q THOMAS WHITE HAWKINS t '11 Latin Club I, 2, Senior Class Play 4. , PEGGY JOYCE HEFLIN Chorus 2, 3, 4, Press Club 4. I7 -VQT s JAMES MILLARD HENDON 5 C Football I, 25 Student Council 2, CHARLES JAMES HIGGINS Football 35 Junior Hi-Y I, 2. 'B 1 I Y 2' 5 I 753 SHIRLEY JEAN HOGAN Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Play 45 ,Nf" Student Council l5 Library Club 3. HOWARD DOUGLAS HONAKER l 5 sa z.. Transferred from Washington and 1,3 Lee High School, Arlington, Vir- Q .7 t' 'n'a 4. ..... ' gi I E fi Ni' xx I WILLIAM ELMER HORKY 4 Transferred from North Royalton School, North Royalton, Ohio 25 EBB B' TIDE Staff 4, Football 3, 4, track 45 Boys' L Club 4. O an ARLYNE MARIE HOWARD Spanish Club 25 Chorus l, 25 Pep Qs.,-fvr S 4. if-f 'FK WILLIAM KE-NT HENNESSEY A CYRIL WILLIAM HIRT Transferred from R.O.H.S., Royal Oak, Michigan 35 Visual Education 4. 7 '-' 2 it 'X C' - .Z , Q EDWARD MOULTON HOLLEY v If CLARK HOPEWELL 1 1 . ' i 'ransferred from Bellows Falls High v fl ichool, Bellows Falls, Vermont 4. 'Q FORREST LEDENE Hours Transferred from Thornton High 'MPA School, Harvey, Illinois 35 Thes- - 1 l " NTI, plans 4. wi ZONA ZEONE HOWARD Girls' L Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, President 45 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Swimming 2, 3, 4, Girls' Captain 45 Inter-Club Council 45 All-State 2, 3. fQg- i DONALD EUGENE HOWELL Hi-Y l, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Boys' L Club 4. BARBARA ANNE HUFFNNAN Girls' L Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Tri- Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, Pep L's 3, 4, Juniorettes 4, May Queen Attendant 2, May Queen Can- didate 3, Sophomore Queen Attend- ant 2, Jbnior Student Council l, Miss Ft. Lauderdale High Candidate 2, 3, Swimming Team l, Most Popular 4. MARY CLAIRE JANSEN CAROL ANN HUNTER Transferred from Palm Beach High School, West Palm Beach, Florida 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Chorus 4, Student Council 2. GERALDINE MARY lGLEHEART Transferred from Senn High School, Chicago, lllinois 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Jun- iorettes 4, Modern Dancing 3, Best Looking 4. 'S nn i fx, '- GAIL SHORDEN JAHELKA Art Club 3, Swimming 2. LEONARD RICHARD JAsco Visual Education 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM TRAVES HUEGELE Future Farmers of America l, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Tennis Club l, Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, Student Council Legislative Board l, 2, Boys' State 3, All'State 3, Most Athletic 4. CHARLES HuLEIsI-I Football 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Play- er 3, 4. .i., NANCY I 1 'V , Class Play JACK Transferred Atlanta, Ge RUTI-I HUTCHINSON from Sylvan Hills School, orgia 3, Chorus 4, Senior 4, Thespians 4. ACETUS JACKSON Transferred from Pine Crest, Ft. 3' Sv ..'s... if if Transferred from Fairmont High School, Dayton, Ohio 3. MARTIN DALE JELSEMA Transferred from Estes Park High School, Estes Park, Colorado l, Civi- tan Club 4, Senior Class Play 4. , Lauderdale, Florida 4. -5, 1- i,- "W . .ga as-,.. fv, No' I Q 1 'C' S MORTON MEAD JOHNS Transferred from Garden City High School, Garden City, New York l, Press Club 4, NAVIGATOR Staff 4, Manager of All Sports 4. DONALD EUGENE JOHNSTON Transferred from Titusville, Florida 3, Swimming 4, Diving Team 4. AUDREY JEANNE JOHNSON Transferred from St. Louis Park High School, Minneapolis, Minnesota 2. JOAN JONES Tri-Hi-Y I, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Honor Society T, Junior- ettes 3, 4, Choristers 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, President 4, lnter-Club Council 4, Scholarship tv fi K '34 ROSETTA JEAN JUSTICE Transferred from Woodrow Wilson High School, Beckley, West Virginia 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2. RALPH TURNER KELLER President Senior Class 4, Boys' L Club 3, 4, Hi-Y i, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 31 KCY Club l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, Football, Manager 2, 3, 4, Basketball lt 2, 3: Student Council I, 2, 3, Vice President 3, Orchestra I, Student Council Legislative Board l, 2, inter- Club Council 3, Executive Council 3, Scholarship Award I, American Legion Award l, Vice President CI 55 Award l, 3, Sunrnaids 2, 3, 4, All- State Chorus 3, 4 Lf ? MARY ANN KANE Press Club 3, 4, President 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Latin Club l, Thespians 3, 4, Secretary 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, Swimming 2, 3, NAVIGATOR Staff, Reporter 4, Stu- dent Council Legislative Board Secre- tary 4, Inter-Club Council 4,' Quill and Scroll 4. WILLIAM THOMAS 2, Most Popular 4, Track l, 4, . as ki. KELLERMAN ,qs ,r 'G 0 Transferred from Upper Darby High f' at 'N School, Upper Darby, Pennsylva- g ls.. i .sax nia 4. 'FT , tri? fi MARILYN KENDRICK Tri-HiEY l, 2, Parliamentarian 2, -V- Ch 't 3, S t 3, Ch 2, . Om els we ary om BARBARA ELIZABETH KING 7 3, 4, Secretary 3, Junior Honor So- ciety 3, Executive Council 3, Senior Honor Society 4. CHARLES WILLIAM KING Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4, Spanish Club 2, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Honor Society T, Key Club 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 3, lnter'Club Council 4, Scholar- ship Award l, 2, 3, Treasurer of Senior Class 4, Most Intellectual 4. Tri-Hi-Y 2, Pep L'S 3. GERTRUDE THERESA KLIMA Transferred from St. Anthony's, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 2, Pep L's 3, 4, NICKOLAS JOSEPH KORDICK KIYOSHI KOBAYASHI Transferred from Bolton HIgh School HLY 4' Alexandria, Louisiana 35 Football 35 JOHN KovAs 1 c 2,3,45L'Clb5 Q 3' J Football 1,25 HI-Y 4,swammIn 3 hows ann U 3 Pep ' N. J IMT ' 5-1 DOLORES SCHLEY LAIL Spanish Club 25 Junior Honor Society l5 EBB TIDE Staff 35 Pep L's 35 Intra- murals l5 Press Club 4. CAROL ANN LANDRY Tri-Hi-Y l, 25 Latin Club l, 25 Sen- ior Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 45 Junior Honor Society l5 Senior Class Play 45 EBB TIDE Staff 3, 4, Co' Editor 45 Pep L's 35 Student Council Legislative Board 45 Scholarship Award 'I, 2, 3. fa- Q' Track I. JOSEPHINE MAE KRIPS 9 ' L's 3. 'Ox ar 'W'- is W, MARGARET ANN LEE Press Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y l, 25 fx X9 as ish Club l, 25 Juniorettes 3, 45 Pep L's 35 NAVIGATOR Staff 45 Student Council Legislative Board l, 25 Jun- ior Red Cross Representative 25 Sophomore Queen Attendant 25 May Queen Attendant 25 Miss Ft. Lauder- dale High Candidate 2. LAWRENCE REGINALD LEEBY Boys' L Club 3, 45 Hi-Y l, 35 Senior Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Honor Society l5 Key Club 3, 4, President 45 Student Council 25 Swimming 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Inter-Club Council 2, 45 Boys' State, State Representa- tive 35 President of Sophomore Class 25 Most Dependable 4. ,if sf 3, 4. Club 4. Ss' E PATRICIA ANNETTE LEE Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 45 Choristers 3, 4 Section Leader 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Section Leader 45 Pep L's 45 Intra murals 15 All-State Chorus 4, NORMAN LOUGHER LINDELL Transferred from Hyattisville High School, Mt. Rainer, Maryland lg Civitan Club 35 Band 25 Football 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 35 Golf 25 Base- ball l, 2, 35 Civil Air Patrol 4. X as- Ev- M- kk- SHIRLEY JuLIET LAMAR Junior Honor Society I5 Chorus l 2 DOROTHY ELIZABETH LAN EY Transferred from Edgewater High School, Orlando, Florida 35 Anchor f"f' 1 IG' L , vc- . R, Qs N1 Q Z'-.T ve' J C' Q Ah, MABLE ELIZABETH LOVENDAHL Tri-Hi-Y I, Library Club 3,.4, Secre- tary 4. MARY LOUISE MCCAUGHAN Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Honor Society I, Juniorettes 4, Chorus 2, EBB TIDE Staff 2, 3, 4, Editor 4, Scholarship Award I, 2, 3, Hall of Fame 3, Most lntellec. tual 4. 1'W ELIZABETH JOANN LINDSEY Junior Honor Society I, Pep L's 3, Intramurals I, Press Club 4. CHARLES EDWARD LONG Transferred from Santa Maria High ' School, Santa Maria, California 4. figs , we? 1 : ,Q .Y is., . ' 'F'-' ,vi T7 ai- NORMA JEANNE MCCORKLE Transferred from Myers Park High School, Charlotte, North Carolina 2, Diversified 'Cooperative Training 4, Secretary 4. as JESSIE LuRA MCCRAY Chorus 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 4, T51 All-State Chorus 4. PAT R IC IA AN N Chorus A, 'IV , -Af .f .. IV 1 ,L If , I ,H I I ry., A 6:1 s' 5 it ff J BARBARA JEAN LOTHIAN Transferred from York High School, Elmhurst, Illinois 3, Chorus 3, Pep jo L's 3, 4. ps. is Q. MILDRED LAVERNE MCCANNON Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Diversified Cooperative Training 4, Chorus I. JIM HILL MCCLUNG Transferred from Columbus High School, Columbus, Georgia 3, Foot- J I I ball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Boys' L ' Club 4. ROBERT RAEY MCCORMICK "' 3 ' I is s GORDON LIVINGSTON MCCULLY Boys' L Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y I: Junior Honor Society I, Tennis Club I, 2, i 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, Captain 4. I x'f"' ' N ,X Q. ALICE MCKEE Press Club 3, 4, Girls' L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, President T, Spanish Club T, 2, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Honor Society I, .luniorettes 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, Maiorettes 1, 2, 3, 4, NAVIGATOR Staff 4, Co-Sports Editor 4, Scholarship Award 2, 3, Class Legislative Board 3, Hall of Fame 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Thes- pians 4. RICHARD EUGENE MCMILLAN Future Farmers of Amercia l, Civil Air Patrol 2, 4. 1 'FD HOLLIS NEAL MCLENIORE Band 2, 3, 4, Visual Education 2, 3, 'N- ' Orchestra 4. .fr A CHARLES BAKER MADDERA Football I, Student Council I. A 1'- Air. ' Sf if ' SHARON ELIZABETH MAGDA Girls' L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, Latin Club I, Maiorettes 2, 3, 4, Junior' ettes 4. WILLIAM HUGH MAINS Diversified Cooperative Training 4, Visual Education 2, Boys' State, Dist- rict Secretary of Federalist Party 3, National Honor Society 4. -F' ,fx ,TM THQ . 'Iac '1 -.-,S Q, I f? Q fx f Af mf' I PATRICIA MAHONE Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Junior Class Legislative Board 3, Pep L's 4. STELLA THOMAS MANIKAS Transferred from Herkimer High School, Herkimer, New York 3. 1 A+. 1. LESTER LOvvELL MANSBRIDGE Transferred from East High School, Columbus, Ohio 4. MARILYN MATH Ews Transferred from Flushing High School, Flushing, Nevif York 2, Girls' L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Vice President 3, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Juniorettes 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Student Council Legislative Board 3, Inter-Club Council 4, Execu- tive Council 4, Treasurer 4, May Queen Attendant 3, Miss Ft. Lauder- dale High Candidate 3, Treasurer of Junior Class 3, Most Dependable 4. JENNIE ADRIENNE MARSDEN Transferred from Ellett High School, Akron, Ohio 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Golf 4, Pep L's 4. HARVE MATTULL Transferred from Edison High School, Miami, Florida T, Football 2, 3, 4. fi -5 1 7 4.41 12' . nf 7 ELBERT DAVID MAXWELL Future Farmers of America 4, Ree porter 4, Library Club 2. GLADIS JANE MESSER Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. . f - I 1 4.4" SUSAN LEE MAYHUE Sophomore Class Secretary 2, Press Club'3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2, Junior Honor Society I, Juniorettes 3, 4, President 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, EBB TIDE Staff 3, 4, Business Man- ager 4, Pep L's 3, 4, NAVIGATOR 3, 4, Circulation Editor 4, Inter-Club Council 3, 4, Secretary 3, Scholar- ship Award I, Modern Dancing 3, Sophomore Queen Attendant 2, Best Dressed 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Thes- pians 4. CAROLE ANN MIAL Transferred from Gage Park High School, Chicago, Illinois 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep L's 4, Juniorettes 4, I Q 1 . 1 7 M 11.1 , j , ,1 , If 1 us. 1 GERALDINE ANN MICK JOI-IN FREDERICK MILLER Diversified Cooperative Training 4, Junior Class Play 3, Visual Education I, 2, 3, 4, Civil Air Patrol I, 2, Junior Red Cross Representative I, 2. nf, V 'V-45 I . Ii.A,,'.,-v ,I -.T1,Q.ll'fg l. '. ,rf xl ' W Eovv I -J ' Diversif ,Q 119 V., N'-7 ARD ARTI-IuR MILLER ied Cooperative Training 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Football I, Student Council 'l, 4, Library Club I, Inter- Club Council 3, Civil Air Patrol -2, 4, Assistant Commanding Officer 4. 2' Mu ager 3, ai Dx 'Eff' X if WILLIAM ALBERT MILLER Transferred from Plainfield High School, Plainfield, New Jersey 3. NAOMI MINCEY Pep L's 2. ROBERT CLIFTON MILLIKAN Spanish Club 2, Junior Honor So- ciety I, Civitan Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, EBB TIDE Staff 3, Boys' State 3, Scholarship Award 2. ELTON JACKSON MING Transferred from Okeechobee High School, Okeechobee, Florida 3: FOO?- ball 3, 4. RIEL ANN MILLER Tri-Hi-Y 2, Choristers 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Swimming, I, 2, 3, Man- All-State Chorus 4. I " at - I r I 5 '1- V-sv PETER BASIL MITCHELL Transferred from St. Anthony's High School, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 2, Key Club 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council Legislative Board 2, 3, Boys' L Club 4, Track Team 4, kg? JANICE LANGFORD MORTON Transferred from Brockton High, Brockton, Massachusetts 2, Cheris- ters 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Swim- ming 3, Miss Flame 4, All-State Chorus 4, Most Talented 4. 'Lic' 'rs--' U, i, i 3 Q' Y TOM MUNSON l 2 1 ' N-.tr Boys L Club 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, ' Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 4. JOHN IvAN MOORE Transferred from Andrew Lewis 5' High School, Salem, Virginia 3, , ' "" Swimming 3, 4. BARBARA ANN MOYER Transferred from Glopewell High School, Zanesville, Ohio 4. O.,- Ii 'L 'W ,rl er" PATTI ANN MURPHY Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 1, Span- ish Club 2, Secretary 2, Junior Honor Society 1, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4, Football DONNA MARIE MYERS Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, Pep L's 4. NL' 'C' ff? E57 CAROLE MOYA NORTH Transferred from St. Anthony's High School, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 3, Art Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Senior Class Play 4. ROBERT HAAKON OLSEN .14 gk Queen 4. JUANITA NORMAN Y Transferred from Central High T5 GRACIE OLIVER Tri-HiEY I, 2, 3, Diversified Coopera- tive Training 4, Pep L's l, Junior Red Cross Representative 2, Student Council l. ROBERTA JUNE OURS Art Club 3, Diversified Cooperative Training 4, Student Council l. School, Corbin, Kentucky 2. ""B I fi l ,-Q fi NO -ef-7 Toav ANN PARNELL Senior Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Honor Society I5 Chorus 2, 3, 45 EBB TIDE Staff 45 Library Club lg Student Council Legislative Board 25 Scholarship Award l. PATRICIA ANN RussELL THOMAS PEGLER RICHARD FRANKLIN PERRY Boys' L Club 45 Senior Honor Society 3, 45 Tennis Club l, 2, 3, 45 Choris- ters l, 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 3, 45 Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Junior Class Play 35 Scholarship Award 2, 35 Boys' Quartette 3, 45 All-State Chorus 3, 4. -C' , GL- rf PENNlNGTON is Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 35 Spanish Club 25 . Q Pep L's 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Play 4. fill 1 'UN 'A GERALD LEsLIE PETLEY , Civil Air Patrol 3. SARAH ANNE PHILLIPS Tri-Hi-Y 35 Senior Honor Society 3, 45 Choristers 3, 4, Historian 4: ", Chorus 2, 3, 4, Historian 45 "Sun4 maids" 45 All-State Chorus 4. I N., , T, , .e vw, , 5 A, 34...-si PATRICIA ANN POGUE Transferred from Bloomington High School, Bloomington, Indiana 25 Stu- "C.':5 dent Council Legislative Board 45 Library Club 25 Student Council 45 Thespians 4, 1, Q. 127 -342 K-7 if NORMA JEAN POLLARD Future Homemakers of America 45 SP6f'IlSl1 Club 25 Pep L'5 3, DOROTHY SUE POWELL WILLIAM Louis PHELPS Boys' L Club 2, 3, 45 Golf l, 2, 3, 4, JACQUELINE RAE PLANT Transferred from Duluth Central High School, Duluth, Minnesota 25 Beginning Chorus I5 Swimming 35 Future Homemakers of America 25 Diversified Cooperative Training 4. 'TN ITS. IN ELIZABETH MARIA PORTER Press Club 45 Girls' L Club 35 Thes- pians 3, 45 Chorus 45 Junior Class Play 35 Senior Class Play 45 Swim- ming l, 2, 35 NAVIGATOR 3, 4. Tri-Hi-Y 35 Senior Honor Society 3, 45 Choristers 2, 3, 45 Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 45 Junior Class Play 35 Scholarship Award l, 25 All-State Chorus 45 Intramurals l. -A as? me BRAXTON WILLIAM PRICE Transferred from South Broward High School, Hollywood, Flordia 3, 9 I Hi-Y 3, 4, Senior Class Play 4. CLEORA AILEEN PULLING A Transferred from Jackson High School, Jackson, Michigan 3. fy, Qi? . J' N3 was ' . Q DONALD VERNON REAMES Future Farmers of America T, Span- I X V, 'f""1 ish Club 2, 3, Senior Honor Society L ,,,, igsilfi "'f 3, 4, Student Council Legislative My Board 4, Civil Air Patrol 2, 3, 4. Q W JAMES HARDY REILLY Hi-Y 4, Spanish Club 2, Civitan Club 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil Legislative Board 4, Civil Air Patrol 3, 4. 'F 'IVE N. f I 91 A ARIE REITME ,I Irans rred from lut High Schoo,'St. Louisjllw uri 36 1.1! ft! MARGARET JANE RICE Transferred from Avalon High School, Avalon, Pennsylvania 1, Tri- Hi-Y l, 2, Latin Club T, Swimming 2, Pep L's 3, Student Council Legis- lative Board 3, L CAROL ANN PRYDE Transferred from Blessed Sacrament, Boston, Massachusetts 4, Swim- ming 4. PEGGY ARLINE PURCELL Tri-Hi-Y 2. 755 ff' ,vs -2 5 x W -.1 ,- DON ALFRED REASER la ns Q X T an X .4 Lf 1' I' - 1-JS' W - il s SHIRLEY MAE REINI-IOLDT ,gs 45 Future Homemakers of America 2 3, 4, Reporter 3, Treasurer 4 3, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Pep L's 3, 4. 'ff' THOMAS DABNEY REMBERT Future Farmers of America l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary T, Treasurer 2, 3, Vice President 4, National Judging Team, State Judging Team. Bos RAYMOND RICHARD Choristers 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Football 3, 4: Student Council Legislative Board 3. le -9: ,, ffgyv 45- P, ,, I X . 9-"" ,v Q17 I" I f , fkifx, DAVID RILEY RICHARDSON Boys' L Club 3, 4, Tennis Club 3, 4, Swimming 2, Best Dressed A. DOROTHY ANN ROBINSON Diversified Cooperative Training 4. CHARLOTTE ANN ROBERTS Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, Chorus lg Pep L's 3, Anchor Club 4, Intramurals l. ROSE MARIE ROBINSON Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 3, Co-Cap' tain 4, Pep L's 3, 4, Sophomore Queen Attendant 2, Miss Ft. Lauder- dale High Candidate 2, Junior Class Legislative Board 3, Girls' L Club 4. Q, fi i S NANCY MARGARET ROBSON Transferred from Pine Crest School, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Ay Golf 4. CHARLES WILLIAM RODGERS Tennis Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Wheel Club . f"'f,,, . 1 bd" l tr fixv K- - I ' V -,gn 5- l ,K 'Os If 'D- TZ? .4 HELEN YVONNE RODE Latin Club lg Junior Honor Society l, Pep L's 3, Scholarship Award l, Anchor Club 4. JAMES RONALD ROGAL Transferred from Kelly School Chicago, Illinois 4. 3, 4, Manager 4. G' ROY ROGERS ' SHIRLEY RAE ROOSA Hi-Y lg Junior Honor Society lg Di- H k f A , I versified Cooperative Training 4. Fuluf omema ers O merlca ' 4 Q tt ALICE ANN ROSS , -LQ Triel-li-Y ig Senior Honor Society 3, HELENE RUND . fl' A, Junior Honor Society 1, Junior Transferred from Lafayette High ' O, Red Cross Representative lg Scholar- School, Buffalo, New York 4. 7 qv-1 ship Award 2. I OP' '-r PHYLLIS ANN RYSER Transferred from Rock Creek High School, Rock Creek, Ohio 3. RACHEL CLYDE ScARaoRoucH Tri-Hi-Y 4, Latin Club 'l, 2, 3, Re- porter 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4, All-State Band 3, 4, American Bandmasters Association Band 3. DOROTHY JEAN SANDERS Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, President 1, Junior- ettes 4, Maiorettes l, 2, Student Council Legislative Board 2, 3, Soph- omore Queen Attendant 2, Miss Ft. Lauderdale High Candidate 2. FREDERICK ALLAN SCHWARB Spanish Club l, Junior Honor Society I, President l, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Key Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice President 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Student Conductor 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, American Bandmasters Asso- ciation Band 3. fi -sv :tl gf, EMIL EUGENE SELL Transferred from University High School, Morgantown, West Vir- ginia 4. RONALD GORDON SHOQUIST Hi-Y 4, Football l, 2, 3, Track 4. " r ,tk v. fat' if 1 .. 5- l Era" . D34 do . 'ES' ROBERT FRED SILLERS Transferred from Collingswood High School, Collingswood, New Jersey 2, Art Club 3, Thespians 3, 4, Jun- ior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, Student Director 4, Student Coun- cil Legislative Board 3. ROBERT ERNEST SIMPSON Transferred from Trenton High School Trenton Ontario Canada 3- Civil Air Patrol 3 4. if JOHN ROGERS SELL Q' Transferred from Bexley High School, , Columbus, Ohio 3, Art Club 3, - Civitan Club 4, Dramatics Club 3, Track 4. Bos NOEL SHULL Debate Club 3, Ihespians 3, 4, Presi- " dent 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, Inter-Club Council 4. x .fl ' I 7'- Rici-IARD MUELLER SIMONS 3 1 fs - - Transferred from Culver Military Academy, Culver, Indiana 4, Hi-Y 4, i Xt Band 4, Visual Education 4, Orches- 'gi tra 4. V' RONALD FRANCIS SKINNER Visual Education l, 2, 3, 4. 'K' I s g ., 1 -, 1- 9 'S fx ft il MARILYN YVONNE SMILEY Tri-Ha-Y I, 2, 3, Pep L's 2, 3. SANDRA FAYE SMITH Choristers 3, 4: Cl10fUS l, 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 4, All-State Chorus 4, Senior Class Play 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2. EULA O'DELL SOMMERFELD I 3 'D Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Spanish Club l, 2, Junior Honor "' Society I , Pep Ls 3, 4, vice Pfesi- C7 dent 3, President 4, Inter-Club Coun- cil 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y Council President A 'X 4, Intramurals l. , RONALD SMITH -3 ,K- Transferred from Ritenour High School, St. Louis, Missouri 3, L Chorus 3. 1, 9 - -H9 5 .. -7 'a .I GARY RICHARD SNYDER Boys' L Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Hi-Y 4, Visual Education l, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball Manager 2, 3, Football Man- ager 2, 3, 4. Q-.., HELEN IRIs SPARLING Girls' L Club 3, 4, Junior Honor So- ciety l, Swimming 2, Manager 2, , Scholarship Award l, 3, Senior kv Honor Society 4. .44 P THOMAS HUGH SPECK Transferred from DeVilbiss High School, Toledo, Ohio 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. Ci 5 'Q 'Q 's'N mx sf, se. lr 'ig T' I for Q' E. CAROLE LOUISE SQUIER Art Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Pep L's 3, 4, Scholarship Award 2, 3, 4. CONSTANCE STAN LEY Transferred from Pemetic High School, Southwest Harbor, Maine 2. RONALD DOYLE SPENCER Thespians 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Visual Education l, 2, 3, Student Council 2, Civil Air Patrol l, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM HIRAM STACY 'S " Transferred from Hurley High a School, Hurley, Virginia I. . B' JEAN MARGARET STANTON Press Club 3, 4, Junior Class Secre- tary 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer I, President 2, 3, Secretary 4, Latin Club l, 3, Treasurer l, Vice President 3, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Honor Society 1, Juniorettes 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4, Junior Class Play 3, Student Council l, 2, 3, Swim- ming 2, NAVIGATOR 4, Editor 4, Student Council Legislative Board 2, Inter-Club Council 2, 4, Executive Council 3, Junior Red Cross Repre- sentative l, Scholarship Award 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Most Likely to Succeed 4. 'UW YC? MARY JOY STEVENS Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Honor Society l, Diversified Coop- erative Training 4, Student Council Legislative Board l, Scholarship Award 2, 3. SARA LORAINE STAPLES Girls' L Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Tennis Club 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, Pep L's 3, Most Athletic 4. MARY ANNE STEPHENS Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Pep L's 3, is FRED GEORGE STRAUB 5 - 'wx Transferred from Millcreek School, Erie, Pennsylvania 3. 3-62 I 'w...v'x 41.1 X L.-A' V , i W .M I 1 GATL EVELYN STUART Latin Club l, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Junior Class Play 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4. JAMES KEITH SULLIVAN Hi-Y 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2, Tennis Club T, Civitan Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, Visual Education 2, 3, Swimming I, Student Council I, Conservation Club 4. ARNOLD GEORGE STEINMETZ Civitan Club 4, Director 4, Senior Class Play 4, Student Council Legis- lative Board 3, 4. SIDNEY ANN STEPHENS Transferred from Blackstone High School, Blackstone, Virginia l, Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep L's 3, 4, Anchor Club 4. 'if 'ZZ' '-v N1 g if is 3 0-5 1" 'U' - CHARLES ALDEN STEWART W Junior Honor Society l, Senior Class wx Play 4. LONNYE CLAUDENE -3, 4. STRIBLING Girls' State 3, Intramurals 'l. 51. , af FRANCES BARBARA STURGIS J "T X ROBERT PENDLETON SULTE III Boys' L Club 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Key Club 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Visual Education I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Legislative Board 4, lnter-Club Coun- cil 3, Vice President of Junior Class 3, Vice President of Senior Class 4, Legislative Council I, 2, 3, Hall of Fame 3, Best Looking 4. l RY Y 4 s 65 as . Q- 'B 'O 5 RONALD EDGAR THOMAS Football 3, 4, Civil Air Patrol l, 2, 3, 4, Commanding Officer 4, Boys' Statt 3, Senior Class Legislative Board 4. JOLENE CLARK THOMPSON Tri-Hi-Y 3: Junior Honor Society l, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Legislative Board 2, Execu' tive Council 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Award 1, 2, Manager of Concession Stand 3, 4, Juniorettes 4. sq- if-v-'V 'C CHARLES ORAN SWEARINGEN Transferred from Georgia Military Academy, College Park, Georgia 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, NANCY JANE TAYLOR Transferred from Southern High School, Lothian, Maryland 2, Tri-Hi- Y 3, Latin Club 4, Treasurer 4, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Debate Club 4. 'TW ,H 'i . . il' ASTRID KARIN TINDALL Tri-Hi-Y 2, Latin Club l, 2, Senior Class Play 4, Pep L's 3. CHARLES WRlGHT TRAUTWEIN Hi-Y I, 2, Spanish Club I, 2, Junior Honor Society l, Civitan Club 3, 4, President 4, Student Council Legisla- tive Board 3, lnter-Club Council 2, 4, Civil Air Patrol 3, 4, Executive Board of Advisory Council 3. PATTY SUE TATUM Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Latin Club l, 2, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Pep L's 3, Scholarship Award 2, Anchor Club 4, Intramurals l. MARILYN JEAN TERRY Transferred from Warren G. Harding High School, Warren, Ohio 3, Swim- ming 4. 'GQ s-.af 'n K V 3 rw L 'r js, 3 rf .4 1' JAMES DONALD THOMPSON .. Ha.Y 3, 4, spanish Club 2, cavaian , ' Club 4, Senior Class Play 4, Visual I Education 'TT' 41.1 O SUE ELIZABETH TOMHAVE Transferred from University High School, Iowa City, Iowa 4, Tennis 4, Senior Honor Society 4. UNDINE UNDERWOOD Transferred from Sutton High School, Sutton, West Virginia 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Spanish Club 2. 2, Track 4. JUDY ANN THRASHER Anchor Club 4. rg A, JAMES DAVID VANN Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4. qw BEVERLY JEAN VICKERS Tri-Hi-Y l, Chorus 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Swimming l, Pep L's 3, Stu- dent Council Legislative Board I, Spanish Club l. MIRIAM VAN NUS Girls' L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 'l, 2, Major- ettes 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Intra- murals l. MARY DELYNE VINES Press Club 3, 4, Spanish Slub 2, Choristers 4, Chorus 3, 4, EBB TIDE Staff 4, NAYIGATOR 4, Managing Editor 4, All-State Chorus 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, r fv- 'WI x.-, 77 iw Tri-Hi-Y MELANIE ANN VOLLMERHAUSEN Transferred from Allen Park High School, Allen Park, Michigan 3. BARBARA ANNE WALKER Girls' L Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, Treasurer 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Cheer- leader 3, 4, Pep L's 3, 4, Inter-Club Council 3, Executive Council 4, Girls' State 3, State Representative 3, Junior and Senior Class Board 3, 4, Wittiest 4. Thespians 4, Quill and Scroll 4. v-1 'i fe KERIN ANN WARD l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, JPN., Q '1?""1'- XM, WILLIAM THOMAS WARRINGTON PI-IIL CARL WAHLBOM Hi-Y 4, Civitan Club 4, Football 2, 4, Civil Air Patrol 2, 3, 4. MARGARET CAROLYN WALKER Junior Honor Society l, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Scholarship Award l, 2, 3. Q 7 Diversified Cooperative Training 4, Junior Class Play 3, Band l. ALITHA LOUISE WEIDNER Transferred from Beaumont High School, St. Louis, Missouri 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Pep L's 3, 4. Transferred from Ocean City High School, Ocean City, New Jersey 3, Football 3, 4. MYRON MARCEL WEISS Future Farmers of America 1, 2, Tennis Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, Football 2, Student Council Legisla- tive Board 2. THOMAS CULLEN WELCH Transferred from Gainesville High School, Gainesville, Florida 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, President 3, Diversified Coop- erative Training 4, Civitan Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Football 2, Junior Executive Board 3. ALBERT NEWELL WEsT Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Key Club 3, 4, Football 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. DONALD Louis WELLS Civitan Club 3, 4, Senior Director 4, Choristers 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 4, Boys' State, Sena- tor 3, AIlState Chorus 3, 4. NORMA FRANCES WHITE Q x' 3 MANFRED CARL WILL Boys' L Club 4, Civitan Club 4, Football 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Visual Education 2, 3, 4, Track 4. PATRICIA ELAINE WILLIAMS Girls' L Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, President 1, Juniorettes 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Pep L's 3, 4, Student Council Legislative Board 3, Inter- Club Council 3, Junior Class Board 1' ' i DONALD FRANK WILLS Press Club 4, NAVIGATOR Staff 4, Business Manager 4, Quill and Scroll 4. JOHN ELLIOTT WILLIS Student Council 4. 3, Advisory Council 3. 5,91 ., .WX I ELLEN MARIE WILSON Transferred from St. Anthony's, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida I, Latin Club l, Thespians 3, 4, Vice President 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4. MILDRED JANE WILsoN Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, Swimming 2, Pep L's 3. JACK WILSON Transferred from Fletcher School, Jacksonville Beach, Florida 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Manager 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Track 4. RICHARD HUGHES WILSON Future Farmers of America 3, 4, Sentinel 4, Boys' L Club 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Legis- lative Board 4. X 9 '75 3-sex 79:-V JOHN HOWARD WiNNlNcHAM Transferred from Central Catholic, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 3, Manager Football 4, Civil Air Patrol 4. MAURICE WALTER WRIGHT WINIFRED Lois WoLz Transferred from Staples High School, Westport, Connecticut 4, Fu- ture Homemalyzrshcp A ica 4.- q,-,,y I' 6' W. WJ' .1 wff 'JW J L- ' h NE KA E NE YARR Art Club 3, 4, President 3, 4, Latin ' Swimming I. Club 2, Tennis Club l, lnter-Club Ii Council 3. 'V' it ,M .T , I tar Q ia. I K 1 I , W U i L T B-fx Ts--f Jwimv DONLAND YATES gex M' RHODA ANN YEADON Future Farmers of America l, 2, ' Trznsffrred from Wallon H'9h Secretary l, National Judging Team. f it 053, New York, New York 2, Pep if S . ' rg ' 'K ChRlCHARD EMTERS CURREN "' .f ,I-3 G' NEIL LAPHAM HUMPHRES Fo3'rL:H15.2: Junior Class Play 3: Si'-QV V xt. Visual Education 3, 4, -if A 'ip' ' -I , if-X lx PQ L5 R P YT N ' Ur ' Y 'l3El2AAlg',w'lh l'T,Kh 'V' j STUART CHARLES RATLIFF T wk SC F- Ie Sea le Nfiln Ee I -Qaivil Air OQHN Transferred from Greenbrier Military rt' 'T A ' L 31 1' 9' School, Lewisburg, West Virginia 4. se -. 9 - , 'X 'S-' 'T Q +3 . .v ' XA ,AJ . I ,I J v' I T "X N , ,N X, pi' I xi P- Mfr iv - :T 'FJ 5: X i fTs .-w ,V TOM HERRTCK SANZOBRINO ' H, "Tv Transferred from Central High, f Cleveland, Ohio 2, Hi-Y 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4. Dr Grace Hunter ands .lan Cook wnh reglstrahon H NEW SENIOR STUDENTS Left f nght Betty Wnlson Gene Lan drum and Margaret Pelchner 'C7 THE CREEPI OU .xi,r-. Loosg fm 1.1.1 ,.-nv' 'uv' 11' 'gnu' l 1l""""'d"" 1-1-1 1 lf- l 4l"""" l 'l -al 'ml -1 "- "- '- 'I-.- rad...- Wai Q , 5 Q M, , JUNIOR CLASS I or la, H i CLASS OFFICERS-Robert Skidmore, Treasurer, Carol Miller, Secretary Carl Schuster, Vice President, Ralph Douglas, President. K gr wr Q 3 9 5. 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Q1 Q--7 'lu W X, 'N -Ob- 'R s '0- vv i Q' Q -Y Kathryn Shore Gerald Shutes Ronald Snegenthalev Betty Snmons Iva Smgleton Sandra Sklnner Inez Sletta Beverly Smnth Carolyn Smuth Georgna Smutl' Gordon Smath Judith Smith Naureen Smnth Paul Smuth Sally Smlth Vlvnan Smnth Mary Snapp Gretchen Sommerfueld Ball Speck Sharon Spencer Alyce Sporleder erry Sprayberry aura Stacy Thomas Stadler Charlesena Stalker Carleen Stanley Jean Stauffer Btll Staudenmayer Donald Stubal Annette Stokel Bully Strandhagen Jeanette Strombel Gary Stryker Sharon Stuart Ann Sulllvan Patrncua Sullnvan Kawanla Swmea Judith Sykora Kenneth Tallmadge v '13 -0-it .,.,.,,,-.bv '1----....,, 8' --... ""'i X Bull Wrtght and Mackey Dearden begun wur mg ceulnng for Sophomore Dance 7' s -1-,. 4 s? S7 ,-:J "av cf' av "" r J" ' 1-1 N I ' v I 4 K a + Y - . J 1 'W , 2 H ' vgdf. I A I V V . X. l S. , j l L x .IA V x A .- fa . S at 3 'V ,, , N , fx l X! S' 7 Ht S- . '. r Q . 1, 3 th - : . refs. Y 'K . . . . . - I U 1' ,.,, ' , V . . 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'R ' 1-Q a .1 Regis Wilson Harry Wimberly John Windham John Windle Daniel Wineberg Donald winecoff Muriel Wolz Marlene Workman Edythe Wrains William Wright Mary Jean Yates David Young Earl Young Francis Zeltman Nathaniel Ziegler Richard Zimmer X I. fx Cool weather and "hot jazz." ,,.-'- 's Q l 9 .,. 'xx-1' :' m' 1' ,J X111 ii I 4 -,Y . 4. I Q, vu f" " , , A l J X 1 I 36' I ' 5 vgl. T , j I' 21 f - ' ,,. i:'l""- '- Q 4 , -0 ' V ,,- 'U Y' -"Pg A 1 ' f 7- , - 1 , Q I' rv ,, I 1 1 I fl gs., ev 1 ,ff ,v- nfga is ,,th 5 v Two Nauti Nymphs . . .Sharon and Wilma in rehearsal. "381h parallel?" FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Left to right Tum Dawkins, Vice President, a Barnett Secretary Sam Bell President, and Fred Bass, Treasurer Abbott Ackerm Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Aestor Bernard an John Edna oe Larry Mary Ralph Martina Albaugh Harriet Albrektsen Arnold Allen David Andersen Hanne Anderson Dale Anderson Karen Argyros Alice Ashburn Patricia Balme Dianne Barnett Barrett Barrett Barrett Bartlett Patricia Betty Ruth William Jimmy Bartnovsky Michael Barton Rose Ann Bass, Fred Bauer, Carol Baxter, Ruth Bazarte, Martha Beasley, Carolyn Beauchamp, Patricia Beekman, Robert Bell, Melvin Bell, Samuel Bellar, Gordon Bergstrom, Marle Bess Peggue Bigelow Russell Bing Louise Brshop Donald Bishop Wullaam Blackwell Walter Blorngren Beverly Blosch Juanna Bolds Charles Bond Fred Bourne Sarah Boyd Barbara Brauchler Joan Breen Robert Breese Nancy Brenner Mary Breslm Fauth Brucker George Brnggs Janet Brooks George Bromwell Leslle Brown Ruth Bruaw Beverly Brunn Emulle Buntmg Duck Burke The nas Busch Stephen F eng! 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'N on Doucette Katherrne Douglas Helen Downs Jo Anne Drew Walter Dunnrng Vlrglnua Durham Kenneth Eavenson Wanda Eby Carl Ehly Douglas Eldredge Arthur Elfers Edward Elllott Erac Ellus Rosle Lee Elmore Eumce Empey Vlrgnnua Englnsh Sandra Enzor Mary Ethel Enckson Charles Ensman Robert Faber Karen Falrweather John Farr James Fecca Mrchael Felty, Kaye Fnschman Patncra Fntzsnmmons Kay Flesh Dorothy Fonda Carol Ford Wanda L we ,-x 'W -4, -s- 9'-. W vw 1 45-.Q 59 1 ,. 'S I silk A l bf Cook Robert Cooludge Carol Coons John Cooper Charles Cooper Jacquellne Copeland Jane Corcoran Dale Cornell Wllllam Cox Judrth Cratg Carl Crnder Clyde Crust Betty Jo Crosby James Cunmngham Paul Curl Earl Czermawsku Irene Danly Linda Danart Arthur Davus Lounse Davls Wlllnam Dawluns John Dayton Evelyn Decker Nelson Decker Walter Delderlch Tom de Rudder Joan de Rudder Jon Detlen Dorcas Q I sf -.4- YJ 4- Q-3. 1-r ' 7 5 . 3. , 'ff 6' , - -- , T ' ,Q , li 3 r J' f' V' NV- 5 , f A 1 J 4 V 'V K x f w , 'kt ' ' " . 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" Q, C4 'r 1 lyk l tx Gray Betty Greene Curtis Grehl Norman Grenat Jean Grnffun Martha Grubbs Thomas Guffy Andy Haunes Nancy Haley Gerald Hall Robert Hamerlck Georguann Hammer Patrlcla Hampton Wade Hancock Henry Handy James Hardcastle Larry Harden Dean Harns Ethel Harruson Earl Hartman Davud Hassett Carolyn Hassett Gary Hauser Saundra Hawthorne Don Heady Fran Hebert Harry Henderson Beverly Herbert, Janet Herman, Mary Ann Hern, James Herron, Shurley Hewett, Carolyn Hacks, Carole Hacks, Nancy Huldock, Teresa 3 A X , 1 n s ,M tt l X Y V I q .D 1' I .. , , I -,Xu 3 .V I I N I Q N 8 N N 5 N N N . 3 .N . H 4 N . x N N , N 0 X ' N - N . . - . J Q, jfyx . . . ' ' ' , , ,I 4, ,W , V ' it 9 'jaw " gf Ll! L ,f ' J -- . - P f 7 n - t 1 ' H: 1,5 ,I fl , C tv t 4 J J' . J ..,,,, Q. lf 5 E , N 5- V f' . M 'W - sg , . , - Q ' . lf so N E M' J vt., J fffr ' , K 1' vt 'E '+L 1 ' H3 L 4 5 ' ' 'E 6 1 5 K k w ' ' K 1 J :X A-A-' - Lx N - ft " A A ,Q ata -' ' , . - r. . . , ' .hx ig, X ., . 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E ,X J Q 4, I , ... , J s 10 5' sf 9- Q .nga lxk ST ,wa 'S' Horton Mary Hull Hugh Hnller Wlllnam Hunds Tommy Hnnes Ted Hnnnant Ellls Hnnson Charles Hoket Ma ry Lee Holland Dolphus Holley Anne Hooten Wayne Hopper Joyce Horrocks Alan Clvlcs students Beverly Williams Carol Nucole, Wnlllam Godfrey, and Robert Smlth dlscuss the possrbnllty of fifty states Howard Earle Huegele Duck Huether Jean Huey Sybnl Huff Joan Hughes Gaul Hughes Roland Hull Rnchard Hundley Frank Hunter Martha Hunter Ronald Hursey John Hutchmson Martha Hutchnnson Paul Jenne Susan Jeter Sharon Johns Jerry Johnson Judy Johnson Nancy Johnston Dwught Jones Barbara Jones Roy Jones Ruby Jorgensen Duane Joyner John Kane Norman Kautz Robert Keirstead, Robert Kenney, Sandra Kilmer, Richard Kimsey, Lex King, Arle King, Joe King, Roy - - -1 v rx ,S gp 7' TV sf -- . 'l -,n'l.k1 O Q 'Y . no' -Nyx .z' -an -Q SY 7-N 1-s . , " "' t T1 " -, 4- 0 7: sv , of ' ' -,, J ' , v ... I .Q v , vu-V Howard Mack explalns the clrculatory system to has general scuence class ,.. I 5 I 14' sa 3 nj sr Nr LW' 'P 4 1 x. all Kmsey Shirley Klayes Karlene Knops Kathleen Koelmel Denms Konecsny Stella Kress Carol Kress James Kuhlman Robert Kuhn Mary Lambert Pat Lagraves Walter Lang Donna Mae fs ova pu- pf'- Nt I 'Z wr .A fu si ' -15' ' , 4.- in 1 t W, -1 h I - -v 4- " . , , , 9 -Q- ,x -4 ,T., - I V , X., 1. , N . . 5 - N ,I-l 4 L. ,. I' ' 0- . . . -f-"f" v' Langford Hugh Lappm Joan Larson Russell Lawson Carl Layton Sylvra Lea Alben Lee Robert C LeMleux Elasne Leonard Joyce Leoppard Jack Lerch LeVar lewus lrbby Lrbert Lmnert Lvpsey Lochne Lochrue Lorrame Francls Carolyn Edith Rnchard h Kather Lmda r Davnd Sally the Lockhart Judy long Patrncna Longo Phyllis Low Beatrice Lowe David Lowe Robert Lozier Herbert Lyons Leonard McCabe Lon McCallum Helen McCarthy Dan McCaughan, Ralph McCIendon, Joann McClure, Ronald McDiarmid, Harold McDougal, Sally ,- W 4 Mayhue Betty Ann Meeks Wlllnam 96 Meusenburg Ann Elnsabeth Melfn Joy Menefee Louns Merrms Wnlluam Merzlak Ronald Meyer Bonnle Muller Frank Muller George Muncey Coralene Mmcey James Mmcey Shnrley Mmg Malcolm Mock George J Mole Lorellne Montague Damel Moody Thomas Moore Jacquue Lo Morantus Nucholas Monn Murlel Morrell Gay Mornson Rschard Muccu Ruchard Mulford Maureen Mullms Charles Myers Patrncua Myron Benlamm Myron Ruchard Neighbours Nancy Nelson Davud Newton Gerald Nucole Carol North Rnchard Nowacky Allan if Q 9, fb sr- X1 .'x'e Qt. 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PUTNAM INC MILLINERY Insurarce and Real Es+a+e I mpor+ers of FOYI Lauderdale FOFICIB MILLINERY BAGS COSTUME JEWELRY 25 SE 2nd Sfreel' s T N J BOSWELL A w QGTNAM FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA GO MODERN GO GAS Besi' For Wa+er Heahng Besi' For Refrlgerahon Besl' For Coolcmg PEOPLES xl 5-new-K COMPANY 454 Easi' Las Olas Blvd Phone 2 I406 FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA O Ph - - 5 . . econ Av I ll 0 ll , . T I - - ecy. - reas. P 6 - Q u 0 I I I O O 0 O O O I '.-... T- ' L ?1'f,2Q" '- sf' ' :Sw lg- i Q I T I -:I I . PHONES: Compllmenfg B siness-5962 Home-3-2966 of sNow's GARAGE Wheel AI: nmeni' Brake Service GETAIERAL REPAIRS II9 N A d A FORT LAUDERIIJAILES FLORIDA MORRIS SNOW Mgr MCFARLANES FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES CAPEHART MAGNAVOX PHILCO RCA Radlos and TGISVISIOH 3I2 E Las Olas Blvd Phone 3 6594 FAIRWAY FURNITURE Where cusfomers send fhelr friends HOMES-MOTELS-APARTMENTS Hollywood FI' Lauderdale 844 N W 7+h A e Ph 3 6647 Cerhfued Concrere Blocks Selecred Buuldmg Maferuals Gnllls Block 8. Supply Co FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Malling Address P O Box 437 Plarl' Address 2500 S W 2nd Ave Phone 2 7426 U . W V . 0 0 p ll Feminine Apparel COMPLETE FURNISHINGS T . . . V . . - Buy rIgI1+ 'From WrIgI1+ 629 S Federal Hwy FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA an BOWLARENA I83 S F a lHwy d THE FINEST ALLEYS IN THE SOUTH OOURTEOUS SERVICE N PETTIE Phone Owner and Mgr Ff Lauderdale 9255 ONE STOP FISHING SERVICE BEACH BAIT 8I TACKLE SHOP H W Russell Tel 20683 425 Seabreeze Ave FI' Lauderdale Fla MORTON PUMP AND SUPPLY Your Local DELCO Represenfahve 2l02 S E 6+I'I Avenue Phone 3 8I57 COFDPIIITILITIS of 060666 Wafwb CP , MOTOR CO " ,Qin .,-f""'.' I8 S.W. lsf Avenue FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA OFFICE-DIAL 2-2583 I"IOME-DIAL 5346 . an "WHERE BOWLING FRIENDS MEET" I. B. WRIGHT, REALTOR 0 on e n 'I ' ' 'I F+. Lau erdale, Fla. , BE 9 ,E gl 3 . I A E 5' L- o Congra+uIa+Ions and Bes+ WIshes To fhe Class of 54 BROWARD NATIONAL BANK The Home Bank In FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Member Federal Reserve Sysfem Federal DeposI+ Insurance Corporahon BILL BOYDS TACKLE SHOP WHERE FISHING seems Marhn Mofors FIghhng ChaIrs Ou+rIggers Sfandard Brand Taclcle-Experf Repalrs Rods Made fo Order Free TIde Tables No Charge Summer SI'orage OPEN EVENINGS We Have Ball Slaclrs for young men S and men who s+ay young SANDWICH SHOP LAUDERDALE PANTS SHOP 2I0 S E 2nd S+reeI' 227 S Andrews Ave 223 s.E. 6+h AVENUE IFEDERAL HWY.I DIAL 9396 I Telephone 3 I45I P O Box 8I9 BOTTLED GAS GEORGE T CARTER AND SON MORTGAGE LOANS COMPANY INSURANCE 2I5 S E 3rd Ave Phone 2 2503 FI Lauderdale Fla I8SW 24+hS++ FRANK LANG HOTPOINT APPLIANCES ANG nPPLInIIas 5- L 'Hotpoint ABC CLEANERS Always BeHer CleanIng Phone 5652 82I E Las Olas Boule ard FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA vzriiinr HARLEY DAVIDSON QUE TROPICAL MOTORCYCLE SALES 205 s w 24 S+ IRd 84I FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA AL AUNAPU Phone 2 3403 Owner , I , 3 . . ree For+ Lauderdale, Fla. 1 , ' l . . I . I . M' I .1 I . , L LI 4 V :L ' . V I KEM-GLO Complimenfs SUPER KEM-TONE of A Greai Name in Painis MARTINS LUCAS PAINT DISTRIBUTORS DRUG STORE 752 N. Flagler Drive 320' W Broward Blvd Forl' Lauderdale, Fla. H "HUB" HUBINGER FORT LAUDERDALE FLA. ' PHONE 3-42:0 GATE CITY LUMBER 81 SUPPLY CO GATE CITY TREATED LUMBER Ol' PERMANENT CONSTRUCTION GREGOR GOLDSMITH WILSON VOIT IMPERIAL SWEATERS CONVERSE ALL smz SHOES TROPICAL SPORT SHOP SPORTING GOODS RIGHT DOWN TOWN Exclusive DeaIers SMITH CORONA TYPEWRITERS ALL MAKES OF PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Easy Terms KRAYNAK 81 KELLEY Business Machines D I 20038 F Mac i 3 Spgl-1-5 Eqiiipmenf Clary Adding Machines and Cash Regisfers Friden Calculafors ia - Smcere Congrafulahons and Bes+ Washes MAKE THE DAILY NEWS YOUR DAILY READING HABIT FT LAUDERDALE DAILY NEWS AND SUNDAY EDITION Broward Counfy s Favonfe Radio Sfahon W Congra+uIahons and Besi' Wishes WFTL TV CHANNEL Z3 Florlda s Furs? UHF Televlslon WFTL AM I400 KC ON YOUR RADIO DIAL Trl County Broadcasting Company 229 S E Flrsf Ave For? Lauderdale . -- , V,..-- --Y Y I. Q L -. ' rd.- : . n o I , I ' I ' fvuq Q , ,T- y -T ,gm , s s . ' 'f . . ' Q 'x Yglii .5 - .aasalg 0 a - - Q o - u a . . . FAIRCHILD PHIL H. FAIRCHILD FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOME Dlagonally Across Ambulance Servuce Fr Phone 2-28II 299 N Federal Hwy For? Lauderdale Floruda om The Posf Office 996 CONGRATULATIONS 81 BEST WISHES FOR YOUR FUTURE STORE STORE FOR FO WOMEN MEN EVERY FASHION NEED FOR MEN and WOMEN Forl' Lauderdale Florida DISTRIBUTORS-Wholesale Re'I'alI Phones 2-4706 and 2 4707 LAUDERDALE PAINT, INC If 1+ Runs un Color We Have I+ 5I0 S ANDREWS AVENUE FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Complumenfs of PHONES 6786-6787 P s DRUGS CENTRAL 60I Wesi' Sunrlse Blvd FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA MEAT COMPANY WHOLESALE Caierlng Io Ho'I'eIs and Res+auranI's Phone 3 H36 4I7 N W Isl' Ave FREE DELIVERY FT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA A A f R ll - - u Painters' Local Union No. I60, A.F.L. I0 N. E. 2nd S+ree+ WHEN IN NEED OF PAINTING GET A REPUTABLE CONTRACTOR Con+acI' C W Gasi' BA Phone 6323 Joel M TauI ROYAL STANDARD and PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 3I0 S W Farsi' Avenue Phone 50I2 Day and Nite Market Open Every Day and Sunday Rou+e 84 and SW I5Ih Ave Phone 9549 REID 81 SPICER CO Manufacfurers TOOLS-DIES-JIGS-FIXTURES HERMAN REID PAUL SPICER 805NW7+hA F+LddI FI 'Q BROWARD KORSON FURNITURE SERVICE REPAIRING REFINISHING REMODELING BLEACHING 6l6 Nor+hwesf Sevenfh Avenue Ph '-:fo 2 one 3-9004 v Q, 2-4843 . . Venlle . GU el' Be, 6- mg My INFANTS THRU TEEN AGE Drapery Inferlors 81 Yard Goods SHEETS TOWELS SPREADS 8: CURTAINS Wholesale and Rehn Ph 3-4060 203 So Andrews Ave Phone 2 2422 II2 S Andre s Avenue FT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA TELEVISION WASHERS RANGES REFRIGERATORS The Soufhs Largesf Televnslon and Appllance Dealers JEFFERSON STORES CO INC BENDIX WESTINGHOUSE-CROSLEY KELVINATOR MAYTAG-THOR ADMIRAL MAJESTIC-ZENITH MOTOROLA EMERSON RCA Headquariers for UHF Converslons CALL US TODAY S E Flrsl' Ave FORT LAUDERDALE Tel 3855I 3 552 FOR THAT PARTY A Gallon Jug of ICE COLD A 81 W ROOT BEER WALL'S 5 81 I0 A 5. W OAKLAND PARK Compllmenfs of New Owner LAURENCE BROWN Easf Broward al' 3rd Avenue I800 Soulh Federal Hughway I x X I , - T f 1 I 7 Q ldv ' ' I I - . W ' I O O O . .. . O, O III . . ' . . - - -8 ,WZWIZLAESSTIQACT N B CHEANEY Preslden'I' 222 Easl' Las Olas Boulevard FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA GREETING CARDS A and A Sundrnes Norcross Hallmark For All Your 34I'I1 Ave and Wesf Broward Plcmc Supphes M C SMITH STATIONER 6I0 E Las Olas Ph 24I94 WEDDING AND PARTY INVITATIONS LUNCHEONETTE FOUNTAIN Toys Glf+s Novelhes CASA GRANADA APARTMENTS 3003 Granada Sfreel' RICHARD and AUDREY KING. Owners a u Q I I o .T . u a o a o I a o ' u 0 i in . -Ip ' I " .r' u FISHING TAcIcLE SPORTING EQUIPMENT CQASTAL RADIO -I-V BOATS AND MOTOR SALES AND SERVICE SALES SERVICE LIVE SHRIMP AND BAIT WILLIS HOWARD S SPORTING GOODS STORE I2l Wesi' SUHFISG BIvd 3082 N E BRD AVENUE TV AUTO AND HOME RADIO Cor Oakland Park BI d SOUND SYSTEMS Headquarfers for R C A VICTOI' FISHERMAN Telephone 3-44I6 F ee Informaf on Radlo and GEORGE W BOHAN NON BuIIdIng CODSIFUCIIOD 600 N E I7TI1 Way FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA BURKARD REALTY GEORGE W BURKARD 6 SONS Complefe Real Es+a+e 8: BUIIdlng Servlce O De elopers of Po nseH'a He ghfs O BuIIders of The Gafeway Theafer Burkard Bldg 81 many ofher prom nenf bI.lIIdII'lgS OFFICES ai' I92b E SUNRISE BOULEVARD Telephones 2-4826 8: 2 2394 HALL'S AUTO PARTS HALLS GLASS co Wholesale PITTSBURGH II5 N W 3rd Avenue PAINT AND GLASS Re1'aII II7 N W 3rd Avenue MUFFLERS SPRINGS BRAKES MIRRORS TABLE TOPS I . v Residence Telephone 2-l564 - Office 2-4443 CI BREAKFASTS OUR SPECIALTY Prescrlphons OPEN AT 7 A M. SUNSHINE GRILLE MODERN PHARMACY Luncheon Dunner Lafe Snaclrs DAN H DAVlS 9234 Bloun+ Bldg H42 5 i FORT LAUDERDALE FLA FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Phone 2-I746 Congrafulahons To Ihe Class of I954 MILLETT S GROCERY Rlverland Rd and Davie Blvd WEST BROWARD REALTY CORP Specuahzmg In SALES RENTALS AND ACREAGE IN BROWARD COUNTY FORT LAUDERDALE 3499 W Broward Blvd Compllmenrs of FANNIN NEIL JoNKERs FUNERAL HOME FOOD MARKET J. B. FANNIN, Funeral Direcfor Phone 3 MZ' EVERYTHING FOR THE TABLE 326 E Las Olas Blvd. 825 E. Las Olas Blvd. Phone 2 0462 o ' 0 ' Phone ' ouI'h Federal Hwy I - I CompIlmen'I's BENDIX AUTOMAT LAUNDRY I06 N Andrews Ave An Insh'ruhon of Service INSURANCE HOOKER FAIRFIELD INSURANCE AGENCY 423 E Broward BouIevard FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA 2 4754 Phones 2-4755 Oil Q 1 zv O APPAREL and ACCESSORIES FOR WOMEN MISSES and JUNIORS The House of SI'yIe uaIl and Service Q- L0-Hlufrgu, OPEN YEAR ROUND I50I E Las Olas Blvd Telephone 2 422 I S THOMAS C MOORE Regnsfered Real EsI'aI'e Broker oufh Dlxle Highway PO Bo OAKLAND PARK FLORIDA Phone 2 35I4 X MANOR MARKET 2205 WILTON DRIVE Wnlfon Manor PHONE 5757 of f-11... 1 ,, 7, L J V I' ,V 6 f IQ . " ' -. . 207 CAUSEWAY LUMBER COMPANY Everythlng to Bulld Anything Cl-IIISBIIW 'mmm LIIIIIBER -ilnrnrl 270I Soufh Andrews Avenue Phone 2 I706 FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Comphmenis of fzay4c+n4f 222 S Andrews Avenue FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Phone 2 II4I FORT LAUDERDALE TRAVEL SERVICE NASSAU TOURS AIRPORT SERVICE E L OI Ph e2 Be hOff 423 S A+! +cBI d e 3 4I FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Besf Wnshes from BOULEVARD GARDEN STORE 350I W Broward Boulevard FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Phone 2 395I MARGARET AND RAY CUDAHY, Owners PRIBBLES JEWELRY SHOP WATCH a CLOCK REPAIRINC 529 NorI'h Andrews Avenue ForI' Lauderdale Florida BYRON PRIBBLE DIAL 6564 ll ' ' ' ll if ' ' ' 5 " 'I , . J- Ji-uqansrrrgxanlnxk UNI , - In cn mmnlvlfl mu 'I 'l 1 .renimvliltl V ,gpg , 'Y mu ll' ww I I ' sn ru an H ff 1 lla ll I ' . C I , C W -Fnqlri L 7 N A, , I II00 . as as BIvd.- on -2856 ac ice - . an I v . . Phon -6 I I I I . I an I I Use Moore Pamis from WATKINS BENJAMIN MOORE MARTIN SENOUR PAINTS and VARNISHES CUSTOM COLOR IMPERIAL WASHABLE WALLPAPER Use Our Pamf Advusory Servuce or CaII Us for a Rellable Pamier WATKINS PAINT CO Pamfs EVINRUDE MOTORS CompIe+e Lme of Boahng Supphes YOUR OUTBOARD HEADQUARTERS BOLLINGER MARINE SERVICE 6I5 N Andrews Ave Ph 20390 INFORMATION TICKETS TOURS CRUISE Sfeamsh p and Alr Offlcual Agen'I' All Lmes TROPICAL TRAVEL BUREAU Plashc WaII Tnle Wallpaper 225 S A+'an+C 209 E BROWARD BLVD DIAL 2 0645 II No Federal 3 3438 O Over 350 Sfores In I5 SI'a+es Home of Better Values I08 I0 Sou+I'1 Andrews Avenue REMEMBER YOU ALWAYS SAVE AT BELKS II ll i . . ' HINGE: or r e . ' 14 -I 9 2'222l I 5. ' 9 'Z 5 ' . . 5 I-Q C . v I L F , , - 3' X. ,If .55 "U ,P I Wifi? W INC Transli' Muxed Concrefe SAND PLASTERS MORTARS STUCCOS Mixed the WRIGHT Way IOSO N E 5'l'h Terrace Fori' Lauderdale Fla Dual 2 I464 FRP T4 NI-KN S FIVE CHAIRS Phone 2-8042 .E. I2 5 E 2nd 5+ FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Davls Cafeterla 224 S E 2nd Avenue I gzdeff-Qyfiwaflh PHONE 2 I42I PO BOX 28I I4 Sou+I1 Wesi' FIrsI' A enue Fori' Lauderdale, Florida CONGRATULATIONS N LEE5 EQUIPMENT co. SANDWICH SHOP lol SE. 2nd Shed OFFICE FURNITURE 8: SUPPLIES Phone 2 O6I5 209 Easf Las OIas BouIe ard Across From +he Posi' OffIce BARBER SI-Icp -' Iflf - . . . I9 S S econ d ISfree'I . 0 Y f - . V . , ' NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS FEATURING Jan+zen Jonalhan Logan Nan SCOH Estelle s Jollne Junlors Mac Arm, 23 souTH EAST secorsm smear Darl"l:OrCl Debs FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Bobby Brooks Tabalc of California Kay Dunlull FORT LAUDERDALE HALSEY S GOLF AND COUNTRY Everylhlng for l'l1e Offrce 2l8 Easl' Las Olas Boulevard NORMAN SOMMERS Golf Pfs Telephones 2 4583 3 5124 454 Easl' Las Olas Blvd Phone 2 I40b FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Cffalbm Cleve-ofa ffm' Authorized CHEVROLET Dealer SALES 6' SERVICE 2 N W Isl Avenue Phone 3 54I I FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA I I FoRT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA Lessons bv APP0i"+ms"+ ML M' Pepsi Cola QWQKHMK 2 i RICHARDSON CONSTRUCTION CO SKILL RESPONSIBILITY INTEGRITY Y POINSETTIA PLUMBING CO CONTRACTORS T R BUD HERNDON N W I I' S+ F r+ L P 2 3059 I 645 N.W. 7Ih Avenue Forf Lauderdale, Fla. Service- Our B word . ." " II06 . . s reef o auderdale, Fla. hone - HOTEL KAYE STANSFIELD BEAUTY :lol SEABREEZE AVENUE SALON KAYE L SCHULTZ AII Rooms Overloolung +he Proprlefor Ocean ON THE BEACH l930 E Sunrise Blvd O e block Soufh of Dlal 2 3464 BAHIA MAR YACHT BASIN HULL TELEVISION AND APPLIANCE Go +0 Hull for I'he Besr In Sales and Service 2I88 WlII'on Drlve Phone 507I TURNER SUPPLY CO Your Drive In Garden Supply SI'ore Phone 5406 FREE DELIVERY WILTON MANORS FLORIDA Phone 2 0473 Wafch and Jewelry Repaurmg ZIMMERMAN'S CAMERA SHOP 2I7 S E Flrsf Ave CAMERA SU,,,,L,ES WATCHES-DIAMONDS-JEWELRY HALLMARK CARDS Phone 5934 224 S E Farsi Ave FILMS AND FINISHING FI LauderCIaI9 FIB LOVENDAHL JEWELERS N. E. 26+h S+., IGaI+ Blvd.I and F. E. C. Railroad The Town House and Seo Horse ul" SMOOTH SAILING TO THE SENIORS FORT LAUDERDALE HIGH SCHOOL Today Tomorrow and Always SAM HARRIS Owner Ph 3 529I PETTICORD WCMEN 5 WEAR DRAFTING SERVICE S A d e P 27597 238 S Federal Highway Forf Lauderdale Florida FT LAUDERDALE FLA Compllmenfs of R. T. HODGES 81 SONS REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 223 A S. Andrews Ave. Phone-Office 670I FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. Home 2 268I Associafes ROLAND HODGES BOB HODGES 3' ,Av , I O v , , Q f 'a'l' ' 0 0 , Q 0 ' A 2,9 o 0 0 'I' -'l 2:14 of I I I I 225 . nrws Ave. hone - , ' I . , o . FORT LAUDERDALE FURNITURE CO INC E L FORT LAUDERDALE CARL G HARDING M A I E L REALTORS BUILDERS L APPRAISERS h PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FRANK O MILLER d PI m 4 W I+ WILTON MANORS +I1Cr+ NELLIE NORMAN S BEAUTY STUDIO 40EB dBId DI34l2 CHARLES DEBUTEEN SHOP dGI e INFANTS TO SIXTEEN Ph 2 'I ' . . . 333 . as OIas Blvd. 230 . as Olas Blvd. For? auderdal FI Telep 6523 "Look for e ha reuse Awning" I Hardware an u bing ZH E on Drive CompIe+e Beaufy Service 3 . rowar v . ia -2 Boys' an ir s' W ar rv' one vm A I I' T I i ,., ' -.II 27 and 29 E. Las Olas Boulevard one -I053 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54 THE CASA MONA HOTEL ON THE BEACH 3027 GRANADA ST Affrachve Pre Season Rafes Open Year Round WYNNE M CASTEEL Managung Owner L. C. JUDD AND COMPANY ReaI'l'ors 2936 EAST LAS OLAS BOULEVARD FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Compllmenfs f JOSEPHINE S KNIT SHOP I946 E Sunrise Blvd GATEWAY FT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Phone 3 7255 KEEP FLORIDA GREEN PETE PETERSON Well Drlllmg PUMPS AND MAINTENANCE FRANK M SHIELDS Sales Manage' 3I I5 W Broward Blvd RES PHONE 3-4443 FT LAUDERDALE FLA Teen Age Apparel H In Ga'Ie ay Phone 3 9585 906 N E 20-th A e FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA FOR SOUND REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS ee R J Frazier BSSOCIBIG JOHN B WHITE ReaII'or 2937 E Las OIas 3 I264 ' o I Girlsi and . . I C. 5 61 W . . ' I ' I WW Sunshme Service does so Its the Biggest Bclrgcun an the household budget' Caaqmww ' FLORIDA PDWER K LIGHT COMPANY 0 -NQ .J mucl1...costs so little. .. F QQEIPQ E- Q5 xfxx-x 'sex-X-xkfite-2 NLX-1 'ft'- SHERWIN-WILLIAMS S f Kms A Kruft fm' ag M 6I7 Easl' Las Olas Boulevard 'i SHOES FOR FORT LAUDERDALE YOUNG MODERNS JOHN R ELWELL General Contractor RESIDENCES APARTMENTS COMMERCIAL I I04 N W Fursi' Sfreef Telephone Office 2 30I0-Res 4586 For? Lauderdale Florida Famous Fashuon Fnvers Compluments PALM BEACH Compleie su I plus con'I'ras+ g of slaclcs makes dress and spor+ ou+fl+ Sizes 34 Io 40 regular and long LENNS LEISURE WEAR A FRIEND 703 E Las Olas Blvd BEACH AND SPORTSWEAR FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY The Beach Wear Shop MAXlNE'S Mar Len Toggery 3005 E. Las Olas Blvd Lauderdale by Ihe Sea 2043 Wllfon Drive 2 l267 Pompano Beach 3 7686 9425 DRESSES-ACCESSORIES-GIFTS l lf' 6? , . PQ 6 ' A 234 Easl' Las Olas Blvd. H , , , H Phone 2-0564 Fnnesl Eemmme Foofwear I by l in ' S Phone 9206 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES Vgeen W5-ecffaw I If 113512522 24ll Nor+h Ocean BI d 630 N Fe'-lem' FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA KODAKS-BOOKS-LENDING LIBRARY GJI'adual'eS KELCY BOYE S PHOTO 8. Book SHOP BOTTLED GAS M mo, COMPANY 8I0 E Las Olas Boule a d 500 N A d e S A enue D I 2-4073 FORT LAUDERDALE Congralulahons and Besl' Washes To Ihe Class of 54 FORT LAUDERDALE NATIONAL BANK In Fort Lauderdale Florida Membe FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I Owner Managemenl' v . Careful Film Developing Complimen-1-5 +0 fhe 1 . V I, . n r w v ia I 1 r 5 mama I962 Easf Sunrise Boulevard Dresses-C035-'SUil'S FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA Twenfy MIlllOh People Bowl WHY NOT YOU7 Enloy An Evemng of Fun BOWLINGDALE LANES I730 E Sunrnse Blvd Phone 3 Il9l The Patno I5 NE 3rd Ave .- u a o o n . ' o s . 1 .0 . I Congrafulaiions and Bes+ Wishes To The Class of I954 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Fort Lauderdale Florldc THE DRIVE IN BANK Member FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION STAN LEY J MARTIN General Confracfor I303 N E 4'I'h Ave Phone 2 4245 YOUNG PARTS 81 SU PPLY Ph 3 494 MANOR HELPY SELFY LAUNDRY You wash We wash WRINGERS SPINNERS-DRYERS I950 Wllfon Druve WILTON MANOR TROPICAL PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE also Real Es+aI'e Insfruchon 4I9 E Broward Blvd FORT LAUDERDALE FLA JOHN S JAQUINTA REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER I n I Res. 3- I 526 Bus. 3-0505 Shop and Save I and IOI S ANDREWS AVENUE Sahsfachon Guaranreed or Your Money Back ANDERSON STANDARD FLOOR COVERINGS REFRIGERATION Sales and Servnce 230I S Federal Hwy l923 S Federal Hlghway 4I9 S Andrews Avenue CONGRATULATIONS an Bes+ Wnshes To 'I'I1e Class of 54 START YOUR HOUSEKEEPING WITH US GI' I Phone 2'I2I3 TeIepI1one 3-495I W d Phone 3 6636 S S PIERCE CO Hlghesi Oualliy Food Producis AVAILABLE AT MICKEY S BARBER SHOP DEN N E-I-T S 2029 N E I8+h Sfreef FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA I406 E Las Olas Blvd AMPLE PARKING SPACE Dia' 3 I43' OFF FEDERAL HIWAY RT US I cnortkeaot RADIO In TELEVISION SERVICE SMC: FACTORY TYPE SERVICE 3I6 Easf Sunrlse Blvd Phone 3 9700 Phone 3 9702 I45 S Dlxle Hwy Keese Frled Foods WILLIAMS CHICKEN and SEA FOODS PAINT 81 BODY SHOP T0 Take OUI CHIY Cus+om Work QAKLAND pARK 308 N Fed Hwy Phone 2 30II I I , Q,-i,,,'v5,V ,' K N ' I-14' .TC ,I RF-IIIOW ' SERVICE II' E . 5' Ii L A - I A A -4-vp . I ll ll Telephone 3- I 644 BROWARD BEAUTY SALON CompIe+e Beaury Servlce VIOLET LOVE Owner 509' 2 E Broward Blvd FORT LAUDERDALE Meducal Arts Pharmacy 7I5 E BROWARD BLVD Free Dehvery Phone 2 8992 LOUIS PFROGNER Mgr gt Gmheus tNM BtTh ONE OF THE NATION S LEADING FLORISTS EST I9I2 MIAMI FLAGLER STREET MIAMI BEACH LINCOLN RD Ginn' if MIAMI A COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE 2790 NW I7fh AVE FT LAUDERDALE FLA DIAL 3-4305 I8 SE 6+h Ave Soufh Federal Hnghway The Name E ofc Is You Ass a ce of The F esr The SNAP SHOP Cameras Fulms Supplies MR and MRS HAROLD FOX I20 SE 2nd SIreeI' Forf Lauderdale Flornda RAYMOND CLOPECK 81 CO Inc HARDWARE PAINTS-HOUSEWARES CHINA-GLASSWARE GIFTS Phone 2 2595 II3 II5 E Broward Boulevard Forf Lauderdale Flonda Smce I925 O Q e "Exotic Flowers Cos o ore u ey Mean More" I A ' 607 . 4- - 0413- ' - - v1 u- - a Q "'P:nv1-"F x I r ur n In ' I - ,' I I l , . COATS DRESSES SPORTSWEAR LYDNS Ladies Readyio Wear Fi' Lauderdale Fla Phone 3 9793 TossERY FOREYS N wsa E SUNRISE BLVD Ga+eway FT LAUDERDALE FLA HASKINS an GENERAL IN 433435 E Las Glas FORT LAUDERDALE FLA d LQVE, lnc SURANCE Telephone 2 853l 2 8532 LITTLE AN D MCCARRON Formerly SPEARS WELL DRILLING-SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 2534 Nor'rh Federal Highway FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA Phone 5888 I 0 Y 202 Soufh Andrews Ave. ' ' A S es Half Szes NANCYS DRESS SHOPPE SAMS SHOE SHOP 2l77 Wnlfon Manor Drlve Wolfon Manors Florida 22I9 Wll+on Drlve SCHOOL DRESSES OPEN EVENINGS WILTON MANORS PIZIOS DRIVE INN I505 Sou+h Federal Hlghway The Complefe GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliance Lune HOPKINS SMITH FORT LAUDERDALE HOLLYWOOD 232 E Las Olas Blvd l925 Hollywood Blvd I II iz i I - . . . I . . -x Q , u ' '- - A V' I . . . - . . ALTA 5 LICENSED INSURED CONGRATULATIONS ROY CHADWICK mob Easl Sunme Boulevard Plasfermg and Siucco Con+rac'I'or O Box O Phone 226'0 Phone 24257 OAKLAND PARK FLORIDA Dlshnchve Women s Wear FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Compluments of Qafv, CEMX QPR Ci E IION E bfh Ave CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I'-754 Conhnue Learnmg So You Can Slarl' Earmng BROWARD BUSINESS COLLEGE ACCREDITED Amerucan Assocuahon of CommercIal Colleges MEMBER Nahonal Councul and Assocuahon of BusIness Schools I ' P. . I I - I 9 o I I Compliments of FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BROWARD COUNTY E Atl t B FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA POMPANO BEACH FLORIDA Compliments DR P W RYSER GATEWAY COFFEE SHOP E 98I0 SERVING BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER I906 S C H SIMKINS O counrssv or WALTER A MCELFRESH 9OI NE 20th A FrtL 30l . Las Olas Boulevard 2335 an ic oulevard of l8l8 . Sunrise Blvd. Phone Gateway Barber Shop Phone 2-8223 Civil Engineer-Surveyor unrise Blvd. U ve. , , , wner o auclerclale, Florida HAYWOOD HUGH H HARRELL JOHN H ren 81 HGYWOOCI or B ck Manufacfurers Mason Coniraciors Slump V' ND PLANT OFFICE A + H+ , 0 N E Dnue HWY a Phone NIO ro+eae+ gi-oy CURREN BROS HARDWARE o LOUGHLIN CLEANERS 73' W S unrlse LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING GARDEN AND LAWN SUPPLIES 404 E 'I L OI as as as Your Neughborhood Sfore Phone 9482 XD if A NAME TO BE TRUSTED JEANNEIS TOWER TELEVISION SERVICE 727 W 5"""Se BW HANDBAGS JEWELRY FORT LAUDERDALE FLA D VID H GILBERT A O ne Wllfon Manors GIFT SHOP Phone 3 6674 , , E c. If you cI h s r n' becomin ou, fhey should be coming Io us. ll 0 ll Q r ' LAUNDER RITE 7I3 E Broward Blvd f May Every One of You Graduaies of l954 Have AII fha HAPPINESS and SUCCESS POSSIBLE Remember AUTOMATIC LAUNDER RITE d e DYAL TILE 81 TERRAZZO CO OTIS C DYAL Prop Resldenhal Commercial COMPLIMENTS OF Indus+rlaI ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN R Telephone 2 2046 I244 Soufh Federal Highway Pom LAUDERDALE FLORIDA '954 E 5U""Se BW KING CHICKEN Rotisserie-"Chicken at its Best" Phone 6424 Dining Room Service I4I8 S. Federal Hwy. FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. il 1 , , x'5.,.--- J 'F XX ,, L .,,, .W 5 ', FX- .. I f 2 I x . Il ' '-C 1, Q 1 g -1 "We o all Ih work" You are Invlted iz lil 5 To come In and VlSll Florldas mos? modern furmfure s+ore We are feafurmg Flor IJBS largesi beddIng deparlmenf 8900 square 'Feel' of 'Floor space dIsplay ng confracf 'FurnIsl'IIngs for l'Io+es mofels and aparfmenfs WILTOII MAIIORS fwwfww www? 2097 WIl1'on DFIVS IN E 4+l'I Ave FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Phone 3 snoo Phone 2 8975 Free DelIvery phone 2079! We Keep You ln Hoi' Wafer' GARDEN CENTER wooo PLUMBING LAWN AND PET SUPPLIES 3' HEAUNG CO EDDIE MULCAI-Iv Repalr Worlc A Speclal O ner 735 W Sunrlse Blvd 7l9E Bro ard BI d FORT LAUDERDALEI FLA. WELLS PUMPS SPRINKLER SYSTEMS McNATT's Rv! BARBER SHOP Fvf Sunrise and N.E. 7'l'h Avenue Phone 9334 I , . . , N l -'Q A P+ i I 3. W l ., """"' an Uhr. -' Ml yu 'A' ' 'I u I . ' I I. . . . , I - . . . . . . I w Q . W V I C. MEHDER CO. 2II Soufh Federal Highway FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA CARRIER AIR CONDITIONING WATCHES DIAMONDS QUALITY WATCH SHOP Experi Wafch and Je elry Repaur ng 27 YEARS IN FORT LAUDERDALE M E PLUMB I8 Trop cal Arcade Forf La derdale FIo d TELEVISION SOUND SYSTEMS DISTRIBUTORS MELODY FLORIDAS FINEST WIRED MUSIC lf RADIO E SOUND CO Phone 2309I 70I E Las Ias v FORT LAUDERDALE S NEWEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL if E DINING ROOM ,gif I745 E Sunr se Bl d O PACKARD TRAMMELL MOTOR COMPANY SE 2nd S+ 81 Federal Hwy FI' Lauderdale Flor da M C TRAMMELL Presndenf Telephone 3-438 I Compllmenfs J A MAURER 81 COMPANY WILSON AND TOOMER FERTILIZERS FRUIT SHIPPERS SUPPLIES For? Lauderdale Florida 0055 0,4- 49 Complnments of Q, MIRROR MART 'Y P adDecoaf e INTERIORS AND Accessomes Z! K XZ I94 ESun seBld M D al 3 3468 I 2 CWS JEWELRY COMPANY W6 Fo+ L ded le Fo GOVERNORS CLUB HOTEL LACY D CROFT YX G! - sf' A lain n r iv Lp ' Mirror and Glass Furni'l'ure 8 . ri v . I - Dia -7I84 r au r a , lrida Airy COMPLIMENTS OF YOUR LINCOLN MERCURY Dealer COME IN AND SEE US FOR A NEW LINCOLN OR MERCURY FT LAUDERDALE 650 So Federal HI ay FI' Lauderdale Fla USED CARS h+ Le+ s Ear Complumenfs of MAYER S DRIVE IN I445 N E 4+h Avenue Of' Road RADIO cf TELEVISION WIl+on Manor CORAL CLEANERS INC T' ' ' ? 609 E. Broward Blvd. PHONE 2 3 I94 9 I Lincoln-Mercury Co. . 'w Boug , Sold 8: Traded aI' ' ' 1 Io I U mu LVL dnlmzmssautas r gr ,I PIANOS MASON AND HAMLIN KRANICH AND BACH WURLITZER LOWRY ORGANO Phone 3 3458 429 S Andrews Avenue CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF I954 MVQZAS 5955001 sucnac RICHARD BLANCO 2600 S Andrews Avenue Vlce Presldenf and Manager Phone 3 257I MR AND MRS R F REDINGTON Compllmenfs of DIAL 2 mol .lhudildaf BSQCZ Kmffai ON THE OCE jgjgjglk 540 N Federal Hwy Siudlo Aparfmenfs and GLENN K STUART Your Fruendly Druggnsf Ho+el Rooms 435 S ATLANTIC BLVD FORT LAUDERDALE FLA CompIimen+s of LADIES' FASHIONS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET Gull Q4 FORT LAUDERDALES FOREMOST BUILDER OF MEDIUM PRICE HOMES Developers of Lauderdale Isles A NEW SUBURBAN SUBDIVISION OF WATERFRONT HOMES Seawalls Many Floor Plans Large Landscaped Lo+s From SIO 750 I YACHT CLUB PRIVILEGES Look For Our Signs On W Broward Blvd And Riverland Rd MODELS NOW OPEN THE GREAT CHECKER FLEET ROBERT E KAROLY I9 N W Rnver Drwe Checker Clfy 8: Diamond Cabs Incorporafed Safe Rapid Transuf Anywhere Dial 67II Dial 67I I X f AUX Naws MODELS MAKE MONEY' Y our Future Moy Be m Modehng Why Not k and Act Loo Lxke o ModeX 'P d Bl d NOW 450 My D P X E I , 3 Eg? E jf Q J So . . . X E . L E h Baer-+e-ay Way Q 2' E af VE if N P0ln+men+ Q 7 ,X X m J NElLIE'S DANCE CENTER Complimenis of Ballroom, Privafe or Club Phone 5394 52' 5- Federal HWY- SOUTH OF BAHIA MAR SECURITY WAREHOUSE E+ Lauderdale A CompIe+e Public Home Service MOVING PACKING CRATING STORAGE REFRIGERATED FUR STORAGE VAULT FOR VALUABLES I6 S W 22nd S+ Fi' Lauderdale Agenfs AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO Drlve ln Parlung Comphmenfs RIO VISTA BEAUTY and BARBER SHOP 627 S E 6+I'1 Avenue SMITH NURSERY S Federal Hlghway VANCE d HUGHES O OAKLAND PARK A T I ph 2 of Forf Lauderdale, Florida N' E' 2nd SI' Ph' 24577 an , Wners ee one -2654 I I PROPERTY MAINTENANCE and LANDSCAPING, INC 205 S. W. 7+I1 Avenue Phone 3-859I CompIe+e Lawn Mainfenance Complefe Landscaping UNIVERSAL PUMPS WELLS, SPRINKLER SYSTEMS WE ARE AUTHCRIZED F H A DEALERS The House of S:Iver MIDDLETON S JEWELERS JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS 2OI Eas+ Las OIas EARLE MIDDLETON Reglsfered Jeweler Ameracan Gem Socne'fy EVERYTHING for Men and Boys Under One Roof On One Floor MHZ' ll f 'L i IN memos 63 WSE snor ff 218 S W Ist Avenue Phone 2 4201 FT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA l II ' ll I X . "I T' . , .Q I I E ' ' Q29-57453: 9 . ff ' I Directl Behind McCrory's 5 and 10 Bu on Fllfuro' 3 Mfg? 900 4VfQm,1 f fa gf D OZ-MQ prz 'JK J B Aga 6, rw CS jfdffgl N In Any Language A Job with SUUTHERN BELL Means a Good Future! Z., QQ .1 2 VJQ ..'1' THU" Q, - ig? ' -34? ,, K' .1 0 j M " if x W' lg olooolf' N! I ' '99 "Ooooool' 2 J J. 0oo, dl' I h CA ... 1 12.84 - xx ' 0 N9 9 onocogo000000o.,.........,,.goooo.,..Si 'J X V j ll 2 L, f Nr 'Xxx' ff 1 X X ll, Q 0 1 ,f W, . . ii V ooooooooo.,,....... ,xx ex NJ l0Og.... X A og, 4 F. Asgq'-iff .div . X X . f QL xg 1 !! X x fx C71-4 ' -A .N-L91 ooo C Nofhlng Could Be Easier Than Becoming A Popular Dancer The New Arfhur Murray Way Learn Fox mor E wAL1z 03 Ordfgi swme 9 , RUMBA 'Q of :Il TANeo A eu MAMBO " 1 SAMBA Sfudlos Amr Cooled and Arr Condlhoned For Your Comfori' ARTHUR MURRAY Shldo 207 E Broward Blvd pm-fig Cond + oned Phone 2 06 I 2 I a Amr Condlhoned FLORIDA STATE THEATRES Enloy fhe Besi In Movies A+ +he FLORIDA WARNOR Your Down+own En+er+ammen+ Headquar+ers Tel. 6I5I, 3 I292 BROWARD MATTRESS CO. Direcl' Fac+ory To You Sales Renovaring Specialisls Complefe Home, ApI'. 8: Hofel Furnishings C. E. "CHET" SCOTT R. G. "BOB" McLESTER, JR. 3805 S. Federal Hwy. Phone 3 I980 A ., 'f o O y Cx' , O vi ' 1 'I 'Ns 0 x I va I ' N9 0 ' 3 O i s Air ' ' I ii , - n Re r ll ' ll VV! nl HERCLD Boal' Company The Souihs mosf complele Boal and Mar ne Supply PHONE 2 786: Oscar s Men s Wear 200 S Andrews Avenue Fi Lauderdale Florlda Complumenls of BEACHWAY MARKET l60l Sunrise Blvd Tel 9779 FIRESTONE STORES EAST LAS OLAS and FEDERAL HIGHWAY Phone 2-7446 N! Compllmenfs of 742244 WMM 500 NE bfh Avenue Phone 2 748I FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA -----mug, ,395-JE ...A an NV! A , . , 1 ' ' I ' . ' ' , u 4,1 .Y . I Ai, ',2 ,n '4v,,1 ' ' - ' . af 2' '. S .nw-1--w QQ Q .,. ..,.-f, ,V . . . . 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Fort Lauderdale High School - Ebb Tide Yearbook (Fort Lauderdale, FL) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

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Fort Lauderdale High School - Ebb Tide Yearbook (Fort Lauderdale, FL) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

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Fort Lauderdale High School - Ebb Tide Yearbook (Fort Lauderdale, FL) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

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Fort Lauderdale High School - Ebb Tide Yearbook (Fort Lauderdale, FL) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

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Fort Lauderdale High School - Ebb Tide Yearbook (Fort Lauderdale, FL) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

1960

Fort Lauderdale High School - Ebb Tide Yearbook (Fort Lauderdale, FL) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 290

1954, pg 290

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