Gainesville High School - Hurricane Yearbook (Gainesville, FL)

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PgTh Table of Contents Introduchon Currlculum Student Life Sports Studen Body ff 'Nr Us bfffu 4lf'::L'l'i gFg'g5S?i:i:: cn b if As kfffliiffi K f fl Index rp' Page For forty stun yt in our fl 15, flux with 48 stflrs hut tvso more Each morning whlle throughout the natlon flwgs are being num ncldul in 1909 xslnn Alnskl ind Hui 111 lvcume stitcs raised GHS1o1ns ID led by Roger Hart trumpetlst ind Niarshlll Crosby Nothing Is More Vital to the Growth of Our Nation Than the Development of An Effective Educational System Page Four ' ing iviiirr Wrriiiig-if---W ffii --kk-- 2 ' ,sss it Es. E E ..sss.s .-s,esssssesesss 12 I ' ..,,...,...., ,E ..,,, ,Elsie to c 36 M ' ss,,s, ,WEN so its s,ss..s . ssl 60 M,, , ' E ffffiisc ,Wg t nj yy E M y,-yy, wvyonmu-m Q2 Q -M X W ew A-+4 . ' fs ff' ..,' f fVzLfJP 'Q . , , Q .-,,,....,........,,,s.., ss-.sst--,.-sc-- 150 , A .w f 5 E ,,r ,,f' t . ,A , d .....m...,......e..ee.l E ee-. eeA-e,eeeeeeee 188 . I ' ,, Jw 'if ESQ' ' ,f A . 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CHS is an influential link in the chain of schools which have drawn America up into the seat of world power it holds today. it Blasting away toward the future, this rocket, sent up from nenrhy Cape Canaveral, is now but a slender white streak in the dark ski: Page Five QA 'NSZ .it Weir , The Responsibilities As graduates of CHS, Maryanne Awtrey and jim Kolnrik are well prepared for college, another important step in becoming better citizens of our growing community. .ei s r ' F 7 l INE VILLE .,,,r W-W - .. ,, W 4' H , , , ,,Ag.-.M f my Undergraduates George Swinford and Cary Ash are perhaps discussing the day when they too will leave CHS and go on to the Uni- versity of Florida. This two-thirds of the graduating class will attend collegcg of these, 557 will attend thc- U. of F. here in Cuiiicsvillc-. Page Six 'Dual map Ultramodem is the word for the University's new I. Hillis Miller Health Center, the top-ranked medical college in Florida and destined to become one of the nation's foremost. Another first for our progres of future local government, business, and :Q ,, 1 Y l 'Ji M , . Q, we M f"3-'f"" Y F5 W ,,w'?'?i5'5 - FW, I Q!! ybknb I Looking through the doorway of the newest advancement in science at CHS, the chemistry laboratory, are Ann johnson and Linda Gyles. sive community-the med school graduates its first class in june. industry, will soon be placed in the hands of Gainesville High School graduates. Their education is the root of the equation which equals our rapidly expanding com- munity. Their advancement equals its advancement. Page Se en Pge N5-?f. 2 HW. 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CHS has outgrown its class A rrtln md mmttl 111 t A A. f 'Y v"""' Accrirucy, il must in any expr-rirneut, is czxrcfullx olwst-rwvtl hy NIztrsl1.ill Crosbv as he records his tlatn, while Bill I 1 Clnton Rillmu .incl C1-Orgs' Swinforcl work ou, Expt-riint-nts in thc 1-lu-inistry l.1hor.ttory sive students the Eight chance to apply the clussroorn lc irnttl p mil l N A .f - Own-'vt ,' ...qv f ' , zowf"' fi ' lf q -J! N. With growing opportunities in this modern World, students also are growing, maturing, learning from study and recreation, alone or together . . . l' j ll - ,Yi H- , . ' - 5 1 . ,- '31 V3 2 V, . If r . :.1." 4'?if,? 4" ' wifi' is 4 T qnifw-W-'-""""" "L Concentration requires effort. an effort which becomes increaiingly familiar to XVells Hood and the rest of the student body as work piles steadily up and the months pass. PQN 'UD G. if QA . 'rift H Through the changes of the passing years and the seas of different faces, the Silent Spirit of GHS remains, unaltered . . . as QQ, lg , w. I R PQT Page Eleven swf - - 14, 49' K av o s Y , 1' , W, an CURRICULUM With fhe piercing eye of research penefral- ing new and sfrange depfhs, changes in cur- riculum are to be expecfed. Rounded expon- sion-seen in fhis year's addifion of college level engineering drawing and American in- sfifufions and nexf year's new offering of Ger- man I, French lll, humanifies, biology ll, chem- isfry ll, and physics ll-marks fhe academic growfh our school has experienced since Spufnilc, in keeping wifh fhe academic growfh of our communify and sfafe. American Institutions course, paralleling UF,s Three libraries, including the University library where Ida McAliley works, are available for research for In- stitutions. K! if If studying were done with feet, Bob Adams would have a distinct advantage, as well as less competition from some visible sources. Page Fourteen s,-ff' , - 'S 3211" s H ,'A,k,,,,t.,-f-"' ..,,.ov- fs. ,N 1:4 Z xfmm Cramrning down information for their term papers, George Campbell studies in our library while Byron XVinn reads in the public library, frosh class, strengthens social studies department 1 1. 47 1 Pointing in pleasure to research chart accompanying his term paper, XYoody Benson notcs that students eat too fast and get littlc sleep. Institutions, a course similar to the C-11 and C-12 Freshman course at the University, was added this year to CHS,s curriculum. By attending the Court of Records, students of this course gained a better understanding of the working mechanisms of the judiciary system. As well as viewing the law in action, they heard Iudge Adkins, the presiding court official explain the Florida court system. This trip was just one of the unique methods employed in teaching this newly instituted history course which parallels its University of Florida namesake. This course, involving intensive research and col- lateral reading, shared the upperclass social studies spotlight with Problems in American Democracy. XVorld politics and economics of modern America are the dominant factors covered by Problems, il- lustrating the new importance and emphasis placed on our relations with other countries. Even a bit of' mechanical ability is a necessity for teachers, as Mrs. Flanigan shows in running the film strip projector for her classes. ,O , '79 io o ian ffwaff lf fldf 5 .V-Z, .ff-' Q 'Q 4 v' it X Picking out just a few books as suggestions for some required collateral reucl- ing, Mrs. Buswell beamingly gives American history student Adrian Dovell 11 lot to think about. . 1 W-,J f -rfttr -- r 4.4, Q- --- 1 -42? ' 'A" wwf... , Mr. Lowe adds his approval of new modern and medieval history texts to that of the other history teachers. World History course is divided into two years: Robert Baker B.A.E., U. of Fla. V ..... ,....,.. M. I - ' y ' " ' ni Q?fQT H' "Ti to w I Joseph Lowe :' fi Y -fi' ' X B.s., M.A., U. of Fla. ' ,f , Q . X J I A ' ' L .. 1 ' A ,,.,, A g Page Sixteen Marian Buswell D.Ed., N.Y.U. Virginia Flanigan B.A., Marshall M.A., U. of Ohio Peacemaker Mr Baker separates North and South as Amerlcan hlstory students Don Wamer and Jason Outler head for each other flags rn hand medleval and modern Anclent and modern hxstory have evolved thls year to allow more t1me to cover so broad a penod of the world s hrstory The study of anclent phlloso phy and the development of the arts and sclences are the pr1mary elements contamed 1n th1s anclent hlstory course European hlstory partlcularly the post w'1r perlod IS stressed 1n ltS modern counter part Amerlcan hlstory provrdes us Wlth knowledge of the past acquamts us w1th the present and pre pares us for the future Soclally polltlcally and economlcally Amerlcan development 1S traced Wltll emphasls on relatxonshlps Wlth other countnes Edwmna Murphey beams m tnumph m spite of an overload og bogks as she walks unchallenged out of hbrary after a penod o stu y Page Seventeen . , u a e 1 s - , Y - 1 J ' ' a 1 EW' 'li sw s -15' W 'WE - Xxk Page Eughteen Andasia Bennett B.A., U. of Fla. Lucrlle Combs B A F S U M Ed U of Fla Robert Frtch BAE U of Fla Frances MacLeod B A Southwestern MA U ofFla Beryl Mlller BA Comell Margie Mlxon B A E F S U New stress is put on English egg Poetry and plants both hobbres of Mrs Bennett are pursued together as she reads whrle waterlng some of the plants she has planted and cared for around the campus B2tmifaswfsnls inner nexium - S l 5 L' g UH if-F' "'-1: ff Norma Olson B S Mmnesota M S U of Fla 'K Beverly Stalnaker Peg Westmoreland BA U of Fla BA Flondfl Southern N1 Ed U of Flfx Q, Q 'xxx 1 is R' 5. I gi I WQQSQQQ-g . , ' f , X X " W' Wi A - l . . ., . . L 1 I U , M . , '- f A U g ri 'N 5, . ., . ., . . . x '1 I 7... ,r,sN ? ,.., - Q ., K AAAV . Z . . , Q lg 1 ' ' Q f- 'A QQ . ' - 1:25,.,. , ,f Q .. 'F se., , ,M V .... Z T ' , ertt e ' 1, Yi? ' save- l, , ., ' ' ' V if V- " 'M' 2' - ' -9 - ' ' .,,, . K V. , . . ., l . ., . . . ., 1 . ., . . A . ., . 1. as the World-wide language of democracy Frequent pauses for water made by Dane Adkinson and Leslie se-mbert interrept the dry passages of "The Rime of the Ancient . iarinerf' Shakespeare, standing sentinel over the English classes as he ga? ffmr many years, receives his regular dusting off from Mrs. cio s. Each English division has its own challenge: Shakespeare, Coleridge, Emerson, Elliot. The works of these and other great authors broaden our out- look on life and acquaint us with all ages and civili- zationsg for literature is not only what has been, but will be. "Reading maketh a full man . . . writ- ing an exact mangv it is in accordance with this theory that creativity in writing is emphasized as the medium of self-expressiong research as interpretation. Training in publication procedure is stressed in journalism 1 and 11. The school yearbook and news- paper are the two projects of these courses. Muttering phrases such as post hoc and non sequitur, students of speech II, a newly instituted laboratory class, applied the principles leamed dur- ing a study of logic and reasoning. This new course emphasizes oral interpretation and drama. Second-year speech students Sandi Coins, Eleanor Broome, and jim glass try out in class for roles in the play "Three on a Bene Page Ni netoen 49 L... 'li"v 5 ill., 'wig' XQI, N V1 Ax 4 Tape recording made while Mrs. jenkins gives a vocabu- lary test in Spanish is played back in the language labora- tory for students Dick NVinclsor, Linda Sandstroni, and Donny Rice. " ffl H vw ff, , , 4 I 1,f , ,V gi Cicero lives on in the hearts and minds of third year Latin students who. like Chris Edson, deliver many of his orations. Languages are recognized as communication links EETMM f ,,i,..,.. X - had 1 r is yiie , M.. Aa I t .rf1.i.,., In 3- HAY' A , I , i' ' V fx 4 A - Q gk Q ,f - g ,Q an I . 12 - ' f :well .1 y : -gl 'J . iii, f Mail'-.Z Virginia Bartlett Lucile Fain Peggy Finley Vera jenkins Beatrice Sweenu B.S.E., Bowling Green B.A., Ill. B.A., Tift College B.S., F.S,U. B,S,E,, Penna. Page Twenty M.A., U. of Flu. jerry Felder works to overcome a Southem accent whlle strug glmg w1th the str :nge sounds of French pronuncxatxon prompted by Mrs Bartlett of the present and past Parlez vous francalsp Can you speak Spamshp enthuslastlc GHS llngulsts confuse thelr frlends and teacners Next year Sprechen s1e Deutsch? will complete the confuslon as German I 1S added along w1th French III to the ten language courses now be1ng offered Acquamtances such as Caesar, Celvantes and Napoleon 'ue made proof that cul ture as well as oral partlclpatlon IS lncorporated ln these courses Evldence provmg that Latln 13 no longer dead IS 1ts rapld growth 1n recent years a srmxlar expanslon IS shown ln Spanlsh and French tlghtenmg the lmk between the past and present 'S Q, at If J Gallantry lb ractxced by Tlm Love as he lcks up a book for Mrs Fmlley often mlstaken by the mae popu atlon for anew student Page Twenty-One I 5 We f ' A ' E .I - f ' f , f ,go l, , "L , 1 'll I ,Q S 2 Q Ps, . 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Retirement comes this spring for Mrs. Gager whose "sweet potatoes" have been a favorite tradition among GHS students for thirty years. Fundamental sciences Not exactly scientific, but they're worth their weight in percolators is u factkMrs. Ash discovers about coffee break uses of bunsen burners and lah flas s. X 1 4 .1 AA. I Yfiii. 'Sf NwM,,,.... Closer acquaintances with various chemical compounds, equipment, a nd procedures were formed from class periods spent in the laboratory. form a firm background for future discovery To prepare for our rapidly advancing future, GHS,s basic science program is due for a big change. New courses are slated to be added to our already fine science curriculum, and in -the year of 60-61 second year Biology, which will consist almost en- tirely of Botany, and second years of both Chem- istry and Physics will be offered. If enough students register for these courses, even more will be added. This year saw the acceleration of sciences, be- ginning with Biologyis becoming a ninth grade course. Sophomores took Chemistry, which has for- merly been a junior subject. Through these and other advances our department in basic science has shown the acceleration of education, felt all over the nation. Map of Gainesville area showing where his different myriapoda wie-re collected over a four year period is explained by Bill Patt. f de . ull-J' ........ .Jw t :Jazzy l 3 '."'+i-Q Trapped in a laboratory apron, Robert Walker attempts in vain to release himself, with the aid of Donny Joiner, from the maze of knots. izggggxting specific heat, Kenny Smith, Bobby Kolar, Frances Bovee, and Mary Lewis observe and record pertinent data for their lab 2 dzt',,' . I ev, wi' 3 E I' KYIDN H- 'Q'll"'. -e Wy ia me vw - . at rt flllf "U ' 4 A' ,si ' A 1 w.+ if f x 'A' I . X' 'JV ,,r as 'il 5 f iq? qv by s 1 To set up experiments in the Physics room, much ingenious makeshift is necessary, as Mrs. Lang demonstrates here with this lab setup. Keeping abreast of nation, PSSC Physics is taught A new concept in the teaching of Physics was adopted by GHS as students became part of an ex- perimental project conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The class, known as PSSC Physics, even received special college board tests in line with their classroom studies. New and interesting principles were utilized by students during chemistry and physics labs as they applied the theoretical to the practical. Science fair projects involving the actual use of atomic radiation from the University's irradiator is a direct sign of the advancement of our science department along- side that of national achievement. Page Twenty-Five 'fesud 'E' Why Mwwaa , SSN fha Waawfiwh Dorothy Phxpps B S Ninn MA U of Flx Ruth Wallace BS M13mlU Page Twenty Sax uU Stocks Mary Bryan B A F S U M Ed U of Fla lane Panzer Nhaml U M S S D S Ferguson Peters BE NIEd U ofl'l1 and book reports are novel approaches Warlables and hmxts are taught early to plane geometry students as Patsy Thomason and Steve Dlamant here establlsh the area of the clrcle 'LF 9 P We X3 Vada Tuttle B A Baylor M A U of Fla wwf? Xhldred XVann1nger B A Alabama College M Ed U of Fla .443 2 1 15M li . ., .. . . ., . 1. A K , . Y V 41 B g Lua ta H-,git .x NA - I '4'Mf,.,.,.h Q' g A S, ' B.A., 1 ' . G ' K E 4 V' . ., . . . S .. M 4 ' rf 'L'. ' A xl . Cl., . . ., . 'a. ' 4 l .. W . Q Q'-V L 1 1 . x ,I B.A., . .,. . . X . ., . ., . 1. . . ., . .. all W E . . wr MN 'gg - I B g 1 p , 1 . ., . . . z ' 'a lr A . ., . ' . .4 . J , l to math, basis of the universe "Book reports in math? That teacher must be nutslv "Has our stock in Sperry Rand gone up?" GHS,s novel treatment of math study brought these and similar remarks from many of the 1000 students enrolled in mathematics. After that wary reaction to required book reports, Accelerated IV students were introduced to the challenging world of game theory, set theory, and theory of numbers. Surprisingly, reading opened the door to their in- terest in higher mathematics. Commercial math stu- dents turned capitalists and pooled resources to buy stocks in various companies. Due to this small financial enterprise, these students will have special regard for the fluctuation in the stock exchange throughout the rest of their lives. From these intriguing approaches, GHS stu- dents learned that the changing designs of auto- mobiles and airplanes is not the result of mere whim but of research and applied mathematics. They see in a modern suspension bridge-a graph drawn in solid steel. They understand that in this everyday world where change is an omnipresent byword, math- ematics, the building block of the universe, is es- sential. Class-owned Sperry Rand stock is included in income tax study by commercial mathematics students Joyce Suggs, Bucky El- wood, and Mr. YVhitley. ' I' , ' .. ,fag -at 7 Polar graphs, drawn by Mary Ellen Wolfe, are only one facet Beat but triumphant Dfvffie HOWSC P1'0UdlY bears her College of the Calc-ulug Qgufge UQW incgfporated into fgurth year ac- Il'lafl'1CII'l8tlCS is used lil the fOlll'th year 3CCElCI'atCd COUTSC. celerated mathematics. Page Twenty-Seven Katherine Murphrce B.M., F.S.U. M.Ed., U. of Fla. Helen Philpott B.A., F.S.U. MA., U. of Fla. Dorothy Reavess B.Ed., U. of Ala. M.Ed., U. of Fla Varied Fine Arts program is kr ,- 1 A candle flame is used to melt crayons for an incostic painting done by Dot Tyre producing realistic texture and color effect like that in Chuck XVeight's picture. Satisfying the cows curlosity as to what may he his future use, Mrs. Philpott displays various leather goods made by her craft students. X-5-Hi-W at f or ' ' r 45' I Y' slated to be enrlched Wlth Humanltles course Var1ety Dance Band tapes whlch are later cut 1nto a long playrng record To provlde a well rounded cultural educatlon a new two semester course ln human1t1es has been set up for our fme arts department Thls course, deahng IH phxlosophy mus1c, art apprec1at1on, and great poetry w1ll be offered to senrors next year as prcparatlon for the C 12 Humanltles course at the Unn erslty It wlll augment the already strong pro gram cons1st1ng of choral smgmg muslc apprecla tlon orchestratlon band and arts and crafts plano where Harold Key gathers hrs talented group together to practlce I A patched throat lb no novelty to Chorus dlrector Mrs Mur Sfdffled bb' the Sound Of fl SOUY note LaVeme Vllleneuve phree who pauses for a glass of water after several penods 90195 With her month Wide 0Pen ln the nnddle Of PNCUCIHB ef Singing for a solo number Poge Twenty-Nuns . U C I ' 7 7 ' Y . 7 . . - . . . . , . . - Y 1 ' l In some of his spare moments Mr. Donaldson listens to C.H.S. Vocal jam sessions take place during lunch around the chorus I Q' l "Vln'i,. H ,gg .N ft ' Making a plate in engineering drawing calls Local water tower is subject for contemplation by engineering drawing students for advice from Mr. Requa for George Rainbow. Larryi Larche and Linda Gyles who are now seeing many familiar structures in a new ight. Page Thirty Another college course, Engineering Drawing, is Irene Newton B.A., Belhaven Dwight Allen Alice Esposito Eugene Home B.S., Ky. State B.A.E,, U. of Fla. B.S.E., U. of Fla. B.S., W. Mich. M.A.E., U. of Fla. .sg Sarah Brown B.S., B.A.E., U. of Fla. Milford Capo B'Arch' M'B'A" James Requa Edwin Tuflillgwn Gama Williams U- Of Fla- B.S., MA., U.N.Y. B.S., M.Ag., U. of Fla. B.S., v.P.1. M.Ed., U. of Fla. .l. , .t Wear. 1 3- m- Foundations were laid early this fall for the new shop building, Hunt and peckers would be lost in such a fast-moving set as located behind art building, to be built by night school classes. these typing students who learn the touch method in their added in Vocational Dept. A new course and a new building greeted those energetic mathematics students interested in engi- neering as a career. Engineering drawing, under the auspices of the University of Florida and modeled after its freshman course, will give a college credit to those who pass an examination at the end of the year. This course adheres to a modern conception in education: the closer allying of high school courses with those of colleges and universities. .6 lv 1' ,uwkf ' 14 , ' ,, Q 'J 2' ilk wi . N ' , .af 'l , 2 it O ' if if 1 551: ,. V 3' W fl J Ruth Haber Nancy Volmer B.S., U. of Conn. B.S., Purdue M.Ed., U. of Fla. typing class. , ,,q,, . In opening the refrigerator door Mrs. Hillyard reveals that a day of preparing meals in home economies classes has taken its toll. Page Thirty-One if Both glrls and boys Phvslcal EdUC3tl0H bulld Whether It IS coordmatmg the efforts of elex en men of a football team or of p ntners 111 1 badmmton match the boy s phx 51C1l educatlon department 1S de lolm Miller slgned to fulflll the anclent Creek phllosophx of de llligf 911,13 E xelopmg a strong bodx to house 1 sound mlnd hm lN1hl roll 1' hm Prltthett E L o Team cooperatlon 1S dexeloped through pflrtlclpatlon 1n such group sports as volleyball lccompamed by great Splflt and enthuslasm 43 Racmg toward net, a phlz ed student returns brrdxe, whrle Xlllxe Knadle backs h1m up, ln a badmlnton game ID gym durmg num weather Page Thsrty Two 0 Q Q l 0 0 , H . . . C . 7 5 5. I . Q ' . C' . l ' A... . e l N ' " 1 t tenn 531, B.S.E., U. of Flu, , tstn ff ,- gr 5' if A L ,Q ' 6' I RV BS. ., l. f.-Xlu. l ee A! strong bodies to house sound, growing minds ' ' i, L N ' ,nr i all L x , w 'l N: O 1-f Q Ut r ' of Margaret Hammoncl B.S., KLA., U.N.C. Cela Hendrickson BS., L.S.U. sis., Wig. ,NL f f. W rs t f' ,, L Mitt, wiv-,f g' I ' V , , , ' , . lfiiff Y , f Y f eb Variety is the chief component of the girls physical education department. The program in- cludes not only team sports such as basketball and softball for which a combined effort is necessary, but also activities such as modern dance and archery which demand individual dexterity and skill. Par- ticipation in these sports activities does not, however, constitute the sole basis for gradingg a knowledge and practical application of the rules for each sport involved is necessary in this course. amsrfv -M-A rf: P-ua' rf W V'-"inns:-':2'3'f .ff ,M H r un "J 'u 5 5 J. ' , A A A ' '. Z , '-sg xr ffm' - . -. s .. , . v -ua, A, 6? t' Q' 1 s ' ci 5 6vf.,,,, 'VJ 1 h ' L - I ?,:j. -'Fai -. ,L 1, .Ju -I -if -I iigi-5:1 K L, , JE, . S , -I'f'.,v:'. 5.4.1.1 -rffazt . LQTYJKA -" 'dill 4 1 . K .bf xit tab.-ig. rf. - 23 Q," ' ' l I gmc-9' . 'l5s.' V i l.. "W ..' ' Tfxswfxh ci ' il ' 4, VJ. :' .lzfun-:i Lili wtf, ' -' ,, 'L r .' .,,', , ,..-1.'a-K'-1f.."c.T. 2 . . i ,. Q, 1, .y t a s 5 if' 1 ' pa- .wx 1-f5'H5B: e'.uSe:4r.f. " 4l"s"T':i?s.f14 4- XVhizzing around the skating rink, Coach jim Pritchett displays With bows taut and SYCS OU the fafgefi Julie Powell and Betty the casual technique for girls' classes during the six weeks of lille Greene Hike aim in llfehefyi Offered for the fil'St time s ating. t is year. Page Thirty-Three N if x .43 S Poge Thirty-Four QW P-ii ffnd my William S. Talbot Principal B.A., M.Ed., U. of Fla. '1',"..,-"ff 'I- -,gawig Joseph T. Hudson Assistant Principal B.A., M.A., U. of Fla. Catharine Selle ' Director of Student Activities B.A., Hunter College Xxx! ' - for Naomi Stevens Anne Crosby Secretary Frances Ford Business Manager Guidance Counsellor B.S., Susquehanna M.A., Professional Diploma, Teachers' College, Columbia Administration unites Informal atmosphere pervades as Mrs. Stevens, sewing in the newly created position of guidance counsellor, talks with Margaret Webb. Faculty meetings became all afternoon affairs as talent test was explained by Dr. McQuitty and school evaluation course was held. Homework totaling 34716 pages piles up for students as Mr. IE-Iuison reaches up to add three new texts to stack of school- oo s. to improve curriculum In order to improve GHS's curriculum, many changes occurred in the administration. A full-time position of Guidance Director was created so that Mr. Talbot, our principal, would be relieved com- pletely of problems of student regulation and dis- cipline to give him time to investigate the curricula of other schools and set up new courses. Plans have been made to steadily add to the entire aca- demic program with the immediate emphasis on sup- plementing the courses dealing in humanities. - ' mi Mk. 4 A , , V' 5f5g!'.'-ff-ji z,f!'nf" fzssv-vm, ' '-123.4 - Wim. ' -.,..g2'lf,25i:if,"f.ff', ,za Q, ' If 'i ff' , , f V ,g . ' 'af-2. - I J ,im-w.Z':,-+A-.. f-:far-at V 1, V '-44, - ,,.1'j-jhfxw' 'AEMf'PfL 74 'ifiijfikzii'-V , ,, Q3 ':' 'W 1" ' 'jf ima- - W V' ':f-5-LM ,-swing . , QW-, In-3:e.,'af.y5?'x, 6: , :ggi Ai5,g6'fg:':LA,:+s,'2 L, www A M' ' . , by ws"'i?ff2i2.iv4N , V, , Vy.. ,M,. .,1mg,,,, ,. .4 M "Ng-6-'L f W1 -Guang. 5 ,,,. .Wax wifi. ,gf 4. L . 4+ ff-"HQ" ,,,, ,MMM- wf N M3 STUDENT LIFE Speeding info the world of now and of fo- morrow GHS sfudenfs are confronfed wifh many diversions in fheir oufside acfivifies. Full play is given fo fad 'n fashions, seen in fhis year's popularify of circle pins, collegiafe sweafers, and french cools, New hongoufs are discovered as fhe Confinenfal Coffee House shared fhe spoflighf with pizza por- lours and fhe "Hump." Molded by social life as well as by sfudy, our sfudenfs are rapidly mafuring and growing info fhe well-rounded fufure cifizens of our communiiy and sfafe. Largest number of national merit award Winners ,Am fm I i . 'sf National Honor Society Test Semifinalists, with another test to go, are Mary Ellen Wolfe, Page McKean, Vicki Kinser, Leslie Threatte, Linton Herbert, and Philip McFerrin. .,ifl?lxB.Q,590D:A 3315315 -- ,LEM A .ff?5fffffFU3P0SE Q' fzfgfrlh ?' T 2 T' I1::5?5F'5S again One of 44 seniors in nation who qualified in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search to go to Washington, Bill Platt won first place for Myriapoda project. Page ThirtyAEighf ...4 E 'li '?-XV UM? ' t',, 4 A I Sf, al. i xfi2i'f'.QilfiTiilQ"fr il ,km A Q xx ' 2 ..l.:- M ..--1-gff' L as ,,,,.,..-sa Creativity in English composition earned top awards from the National Council of Teachers of English for Mary Bennett, state winner, and Ieanne Hart, state runner-up. adds even more to the year s harvest of honors M 'law 3 QE? f' WSW L 'fvxf 13 X44 -sf Natronal Nlerlt Scholarshlp Qualrfylng Test semlflnilrsts who ull became l'll'lHllStS 'rclmmng therr CCl'tlflL itns art Herbert Cllllllllfl Georgla Nlason Llnton Herbert Larry lnrche Iustln Hrrlovu mal I eslle Threatte Not Plctured Phrlrp hlLFll'l'1Il md George Flmplmtll Recewm? news, wmners of "I Speak for Democracy" context thrrcl plant DAR Clt1Z8nSh1p Award reclplent Dottle How se stands Tom Fxe ds, f1rst place Shem Adams, Second place Reed Ellxs are all smrlu gazrng at the flag, symbol of our Amerlc rn cltmotmtv Page Thirty Nme 7 if 1vf:wvr',,n ' ' r', 451, Z 4 re' ' 2 4 A ' L '- A AX s lzfT'f',,' ' " f ' Q ' "A l 'QW rel 1-X 4 A ' b e T.: T-a T.-.1 , ,,.' :Ng LN: , X ff ,' ,,Q, ,,.. ....., g ,A gr: 1 ": :z.'f--'55,-3 th , . J-, ,-1 f- ,Y v '-A . '. , r. v 1 p 1' A . Q - fvu .nw V. .. .., ,A 4 H J, f X X- .A 55-,ww f , wg- -., V- I5 , an ,A xy.: . , v A., ,, ta, , . - . - -x -- 4 X ' '- . X '..1v 11 . v , v , 1 , f 1 f"Y f '- , '. r-M1 r t has-L4 A-Q if bd N ,Q-Peg, , Q. J ' ' x ' l -C A . ,.,.,. , . x 4 V ' H of he ' ' , V V X 1 L , 4 2 ' I -1 - 4. . X '. . ' ' " I J "aff, ' 1 ' '.,',. " ' "1 13.2 1 ' IH , r ' , , . , I 2 ', 1 . ' . : ' ' A ' .1 ' . Z I Y v ' 1 1 l , G ' I I Posed at Boys, State where they spent a week this summer are the Gainesville High representatives Bill Hartman and Bill Olinger. f' W ...se K ' if by W, .gf ' lv . , f U w e , ry , K. Govemment procedure is learned through first-hand experience for Boys' State representatives, sitting in the Florida State Sen- ate. Boys, and Girls, State invade capital during summer Busily employed in writing checks, G.H.S. Girls' State represent- ative Dovey Kopelowitz and her companions combine work with fellowship. GHS,s own Dovey Kopelowitz, Bill Hartman, and Bill Olinger all made laws in the state legisla- ture in Tallahassee last summer. These three had been chosen to represent our school in the annual mock state governments, Boyis and Girlis State. Held annually for those between their junior and senior years, State teaches students the princi- ples and mechanisms of government by letting them hold the political reins. All representatives have to campaign and be elected to office, as our GHSers found out when they sought legislative positions. Meeting a lot of people and learning political and governmental precedures proved to be both educa- tional and fun for Dovey, Bill, and Bill. if -4 7 it I Y W- QQ- il 4 Agn, .. M ' N Relaxing on swimming team trips during sultry weather is reflected here in many nmacln ways by Art Campbell, jimmy Feiber, and teammates. Summertime brings fun and jobs to other GHSers XVith straw in mouth, soda jerk Billy McDaniel coneoets a warm weather refresher for himself in one of the breaks on a summer job. Swimming pools and lakes are main retreats in Gainesville summers. L ...lt , V 4. .N 1 9 ln! is' ' J , A -H , V yadap' "'- . 44 'A xl 1 U' T .WI ' H.. ,A ,, .Wm ' f. L.. f :ff-rf Rousing cheers resounded throughout this tiny restaurant even though these GHS fans found themselves stranded en route to CHS-Leon game. Out of school life is spent in a variety of different Ways Eiesides interviews from joumalism classes, Melboume exchange students BJ Brown, Terry Gillespie, and Ray Brill also met GHS social ' e. Page Forty-Two a4""" , N-337' throughout the year Night spots with atmosphere and flavor, where students met to chat and eat their favorites, became popular, with pizzaries in the lead. Candid shots of our arch-rivals arc- proof that brave GHSers sneakily attended Ocalais pep' rally before our Homecoming game. hotly rivaled lil X A With sixteenth birthday past and drivers' license in hand, boys such as Marco Pardi find that tinkering with cars is all consuming. Page Forty-Three Y'-'M ,f"' an-1 9 a Rxdmg off w1th flrst place Beta Trl H1 Ys Tonya Hmson Under bnght South PaCl.flC sun Lmda Cvles and 'vimu Carr Eleanor Broome and Kay Grey carry out theme on float bullt attend Cane Kmg jerry Felder to capture second place for w1th Beta H1 Y Anchor Wheel Royalty, ram, and rlvalry keynoted November s Crowds of spectators lmmg the streets begm to d1sperse as students decorated cars brmgmg up the rear of the parade pass by them if B X' we I Y We fy """'f . ' -3 .X - - , ' f lx K K V at '.. ' X B X ff A .. V, 1 ,"!' I, I 'ty . . 1. . . :I -. M Lf . ' ,. , :cl LA . , , 3 W K in -. , . ' ' , V," X . 1 ' .V 'Qu 1 , - - 1 , I I . K , o a 9 ,rr Surprise reigns supreme on the face of Sandy Francisco as Butch VVilliams crowns her, climaxing homecoming pep rally activities. homecoming activities Oueen Sandy commands the eyes of all from her place on the float constructed hy Student Council representatives for the roy- alty. , f .rw 1 5 . 49.2 . 15 rt i ga wr. ,Q f VL tr' " W, :Q-6 ,tt it 4 i 3 1, 2 , ft E j ? i 4- 1 i1 2 rf' ' VH? :eq s. 'Ziff z. Q W ,Iv 1 45 - 16 X fi ,Af if L If ff' Q f - K S if f rri t rf S s tff' 'Wig . x A if Homecoming Queen for 1959, Sandy Francisco strikes a charm- ing pose. , . -f- ' "-I Q 'M M ,, ,, .,.......p7 Qwj-Q 41. 4' mf? Beauty-packed float, featuring senior attendants Becky Simmons and Ianet Allen, frosh princess Cathy Robinson, and queen, passes by. Page Forty-Five 49 ,Kfxzl ,.,' Couples glthered lround to helr Nlelodettes smg dunng the Splnnlnff dlslxs it the Bctl Hxl Nlr Belunful Legs Drnu floor show of the Chorus clxnce 1n the gym lfter a home XX CFC DJs Iohn Roberts 1nclB1lly NlltCll6llt1lC6' 1 request from lu lsketbftll game Fr lnlt Green Kmg Ugly Mr Beautlful Legs, and other royalty, ,,..-- Avila x"x,,.-v' Nlanv students spent Saturdqv ex 6I1lI'lgS it the rec center where strx rce clubs entertalnment 1HClUd6d Klng Ugly 'und the Anchor Admlrll Page Forty Sax 5 1 L 1 . C .' ' ' ',. '.'. . 'z '-' . , 2 ' ATI 1 5 , Q 2 1 1 .' h ' 1 A - 1 1 , z' C . L ' . C I 7 C .t t V V J -. 1 r Q 5 N 1 5 4, ' .V , ff " if or A 3 W, - 5332 -1 X -S-1' ': W. 4- A e-H" ...tr 0 1, . . I 5 L, f a ' ' f - ' . ' z . in I .X I ii Stag or drag, chatting or dancing, students flocked to post-basketball game dances in the gym to celebrate a funny and serious, highlighted post-game dances Q05 "lit" Valentine Queen janet Allen, sponsored by Wheel Club, and Key Club candidate Becky Simmons reign over glhoms dance while Cupid Lloyd Tyre hovers near their ones. Such hair-raising competition as this fought a losing battle against entry Mr. Baker and Mr. Beautiful Legs. .sg 0 l I uf! R N. victory or moum defeat. E , f A '22 V1 Bakr! 7 E, '4.:fifz, f V23 i W' i Wi., ,1 J' 'iff f 5 , . ---.M 2 a , G ' 1 ' 1 H' a A fm ,JJ 5 .Q Q2 t. N. . if r-5 51' 1. v vw' 2251 ' " 4, -Y fe 'ff .f , 7- T1 L tn, .1 ,su , Je: x Y, if s 1 ,E , ,5 ' s X-iv , 1 1 5 Y Q1 ti! S t :sq L W . 4.32 3 4 'S F i. ff 21,5 3 if "' X I 'Q Af r x l 3 ' , , , p Q 5- M V wa ..,, ' 21 ! f 1. Q- nf Jr- VJ yi? Q, Q9 F! if A3 W' fb 5 IJ, S is ME if f - .,. l 40 f ,W .ff rj , .N M , , W 'gg -m,gQ,5ipQ,N.ra,-V W, Senior Play production, "The Curious Savagev Mistakmg Mrs Paddys box of stolen radio tubes for the missing bonds Miss Willie and Titus struggle with her as startled Dr Emmett watches L. 1 Entertainment IS provided by Hannibal with his own variations of Bach for an enraptured audience of jeff Fairy Florence and her son john Thomas CAST Florence .. ,... , . Dottie Howsc Hannibal , . ,... . . , , Carl Hetrick Fairy May ' ' Jeffrey , . . , . .,.,... , Sandi Coins . . . . . Herbert Gilliland Mrs. Paddy . . . , . . Maryanne Awtrey Titus . . A ..., . . Damell Rhea Samuel ., .. Lily Belle . , , , . . . jim Harrison Linda Cyles Ethel Eleanor Broome Kay Cray Bill Arnett and Lea Gramhng Miss Wilhelmina Dr Emmett ull Teddy bear companion of Mrs Savage meets Miss Willie and then is left with the guests as the curtain falls Page Forty Nano I - ' . . . , . . K 3 ev-vs L, 9 ' L: iL,i Wi , A . A . 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'1- M Q 5, SSI: A, ,., ' " .i ' 'ar We ' - .J 1 1 ' ,fi ff sf 'exif X .,,S. .V W ,lx xg. I X ox Most Determined Player trophy for 1959 season is awarded With icicles driopiflg ffom GVCFY limb, advertising, Sllfmy Fl0fld-1 senior quarterback Bobby Feely by couches jim Nihlack and G.H.S.s magnolia tree greeted students returning after Christ- jim Pritchett. mas. While Football Banquet ushered in the 360 season --, pfvl. t ,li Tommy Calhoun receives his trophy from Coach Niblack at Congratulations and the Most Valuable Player trophy go to Football Banquet where caricatures of the team members cover guard Charles Campbell from Coach Niblack at annual Football the walls. Banquet. Page Fifty-One l .I -nNNu:55"J' I "' f ' 4 f A The-re's a lot to be said for this old Roman custom of reclining while eating, but it doesn't look as if Roger Hart is in much of n position to say it as Peggy Halsey and jane XVright ply him with tidbits "from eggs to applesv prepared according to best known ancient receipes March brought a touch of the past and glimpses Returning an insult with a blow, Bill Amett makes good use of the toga Lea Cramling has been making fun of while he gets into character for Banquet. Page Fifty-Two ac? V1-49 A V my Patrician Linton Herbert captures the Roman sneer and stance as he prepares for his entrance in Banquet. nolflll if LJ K-'V g ' 1 ROCHLUHC C' -f loxwf I Models of several common molecular structures are assembled by Edith Killinger as her science project for chemistry, which was entered in the science fair. Q,-'W " 1 .W if- . 5 i, iii. R15 r'3Hi.wit V, , ul I " '4 ' f',V.ka.X Vd : , , , v gg.. 'Tiff' ff N - A, -. , W, , . 'Lrg l S X' gal. X ,i .,,, I 4 . X Q51 ,,xef'1 1 iq . ,, s ' " -' fi, judges in the biological division of the County Science Fair make a careful survey of an entry and take notes. of the future with Roman Banquet and Science Fair If ,f lv, bf .fir Math exhibits increased in number, requiring special category and judges, Dr. South, pictured here conferring with Dr. George. Poge Fifrylhree In Spring "A Young M3H,S Fancyv turns to drama Drswx cry of tht hook Dzggcstzue Dzsordcrs stolen by D1Ck16 from Dr Spar trmtu 1 stns 1t1on lmong mmpcrs mtrlgued by 1tS contents 1 mal lltlfflllttl Nhss XXL ltllt rht ul toulron s Q imp QllTLLll'L ss Halen 1 l tt lm l r mzu Futl md thrc lltl1S take har homr lI11Il11lll IlLlX Page Ffty Four Thrs mry look hke a roxmg photogrlphers cflndxd show at re llC1I'Sll but Sylxm md Hrrold worked hard to produce that cfftct for play Crltlc dlrector Mrs Mrller watches a play rehearsil from the audlences pomt of vlew and makes notes on tht out I "' 1- ' . ii . V I I X x 1 1 . I . . - - ' , ' ' ' - ' ' ' Q 3 5 1 ' z S Q ' - . . H, - -1 1 " iz ' 2 'Q J, ' ' ' L Sz , 'Q 2 1 ' ' z I 3? 2 ...o I Y sff, . i , ze, . I "1 - XS, W gf 5' r - ff? S 9 , ' il, ' A iii L -A x 53. Q lf. H1 - Zi J -ij? ,521 l .2 vfv sv k .. Vp A F? if -5 X , o , .. 2 F5 . MZ QL lrrzt-4 " ,. "1 ' 'a ' ' t' 'A 'H -X "-' . ' , ' ,. wltl an 1' cr m rc z ll la - Q to 1 '- X - - - 3 f L ' '. and the Iunior Play Such unlucky campers as Dickie find their tonsils and their pulses the subjects of continual inspections hy the enthusiastic Dr. Spee. Harold Greenley , Sylvia XVilson , Dr. Spee ,, Duvie WH H Crilly ,,,,, , jokey Stephen Buddy , WH , Helen Creenley Dickie Crandall Oliver Crandall Nlrs. Mary Crandall Faith , Nliss hVCZltl1Cl'llCIlCl CAST George' Sims Dale Xlidgctte Bolo Cwin Drew Snppington Smoky Holmhs jay Beckcnlmcli David Nloed ,lane Ann Bklllfllldli Norman Nh-Xlullen Erin' Yamkliclcllehern llrwhlmi Flzunaigzui Candy Vestal Ann Durrzmee H Clowninu around, exuberant camfnerx and their amtics,disturlu the wrene utmoxpluere envisionec hy Lump Freedoms staff. Page Fifty-Five Formal class dances ln March and April are proud music for 1960 Freshman Hop which xnplnded Bughholz and XX estxw ood frosh Dincmg in the soft glow of the H1NVllllD Sunsct Full Hollidix and DeLo1s XX 1111 ims sum to hc emoxing, the itmosphcri of this xc mrs Freshman Hop Page Fifty Six al' -41 Eva' . ,'ll aiu- Al 40 gf, Qu ,ui 4 their mining it the Hop almost is much as the freshmin -P First formal chss dince cllmfixing weeks of plannlng is in exciting evening for Indy SCYV1 and David Bns tout I C , X V sei s lf U .f V ,. . ,, 3 . ' E ' ' K 3, N ,vs -an Ln- 6 .fr r- its gr s 1 .Mt '1 ,BMW 't. in X .., e, A-J HF., digit- Q1 f T' fav 5 -- ,,'. ' K-.N Q ., -.4 fy ,Ai . in Entertaining on the saxophone, soloist Mr. Donaldson and his hand Chupcroning teachers Mrs. Fain and Mrs. Esposito enjoy We X-'W ,'. ' . , - 'A ,' im' 2 L- 25- L K ' L V ' I 'A .- . 5 K ' 4 , 3 XR x , K ' K , L L 'l i '. ' 4 Lui j', ."' '1.'g mj A QL' 4 , 1 1' . ' , " 'Q 5- L ii s ' ir' r 1 Q K- . i tvs, '.- 1 lj ' ' ' ' ' - gf ,G 5. X rated as best yet Q 122 1 A H , , rf J:f'd'!,g,f- f I grin Q ff' is .w ,Q A 'S Swirling skirts and fancy-stepping feet turn the dance Close of high school seems nearer as the long-awaited Prom niqht arrives floor into u minor rnaelstrom as the Prom moves into a and juniors host seniors in a fairyland, Cinderella evening. fast number. Discarded shoes pile up all around the edges of the dance floor as the evening passes on at another unforgettable junior-Senior Prom. Page Fifty-Seven Solemn graduation ceremonies mark the end As a finale to the seniors high school career, graduation finally arrived, .Iune third. The largest class ever to graduate from GHS, over a hundred more than last year, sat quietly listening to their speaker and Watching their classmates receive awards. Even those who claimed to be "glad to leaven felt a pang when the recessional began to play and the long, white line filed out, forever. XYith the twelve years of high school hchind them and their futures hcforc them, the '60 graduates take the few steps closing the gap. Page Fifty-Eight :Jw 44 14 8' of a period of life and the close of the year -FWF'-'as Q' gigs' l ' lss waits for the moment when they will receive their coveted, hard-e A sea of white hats and robes, the 1960 gmc uatmg c Ll diplomas. h l ' niors listen solemnly to thc words of their graduation speaker at ceremonies prefixing a momentous Together for t e ast time, se 1 70 'uf' Ahnpcfngpp Zfggzfkfx- --T J- f' 4' p 'V HF' U-:Quart Pfam F Y 3 ' fwfr-if "VM Ig, 'F -hy' 90" Ike 'ff-' ' Q' Q 5 ni li J 2 X , . 4' .-111' '-'-""""',- 3i'5-iff' egg 3 , 'li-unasnonnuqg SPORTS Sfriving foward loffy goals, GHS sfudenfs are sfrengfhened physically as well as menfally. The compefifive spirif found in sporfs partici- pafion insfills a feeling of mufual cooperafion in bofh feam members and specfafors. Ex- pansion in fhe sporfs program is a follow fhrough of the growfh of inferesf in sporfs of our communify and sfafe. gn gf r M J I ' 'QQ E E ,lf x, W 7 3? 2 2 K fx S lk gif ' L, , , , ,ami 4-f Al W. ,K fL.w. g 1 wk a w x i V ,. 'P S. , . Q ,. . . . . 'F 3 W, 'Pi I 'Rf 'y 1, xr' K 3 . iw . K'wi.. 2 ,. . Mar 4 F' QAM -iff ' N ff ' ' 1 L ', undertaking for 'Canes Pre-season expectations moved into the back- ground as the Hurricanes compiled a disappointing 2-T-1 record. However, this was not a good indica- tion of the fine effort put forth by the team. The ,Canes were hampered throughout the year by injuries to key personnel. These were particularly evident in the backfield where all of the starting members were hart at one time or another. The year was one of rebuilding for CHS. lim Niblack. returning to head the GHS coaching staff, had to use many sophomores in yital positions. He also faced a suicidal schedule which consisted of many of the stateis powei-houses. The ,Canes showed flashes of their expected brilliance on mnnerous occasions, but failed to per- fomi consistently. These factors, combined with costly fumbles and untimely bad breaks, were the reasons why the Purple Hurricanes failed to live up to their pre- dicted goals. Shouting encouragement, pondering a play. watching apprehen- sivcly, or jubilant, Coach jim Niblaclfs face tidc 'of the game. reflects tlls- Page Sixty-Three X i LEFT TO RIGHT I-IRST ROW jim Class joe Niathexxs Carter Osterbrnd jim Bullock jim Nlutller Bobby Feely D wid Trnner SECOND ROV Aubrey Nirlphurs Ross Henderson David Brrstoxxe B111 Hendrrclcs Drle Nlrck Tommy Calhoun ..?.,. NVoody Benson THIRD ROXK Gary Combs Eric X rn Nlrd delem Scotty Benson john Tallman john Coolidge Peter Hahn Robert XVallcer FOURTH ROYV Bud Niannrng Drelr King John Flowers Randy Lankford Drnk Henderson Buster Lrpham Jason Outler Agalnst new opposltron, friendly rivalry upheld Crptrin Donny Joiner no 12 and co captain Bill Barkle 41 led the Hurricanes through a season filled with tough op: position Page Sixty-Four The Hrrrrrcanes entering then first xear of Class AA cornpetrtron autornrtrcally toolx on strong op ponents such as Southwest of Nlramr and Orlando Boone Also a frrst for the Purple Hurricanes was the entry into the newlx forrned Sunshine Conference Nlramr capitalizing on a freak fumble and a rarn drenched freld scored twice rn the first half of the chfmty fraw to present the stout hearted Hur rrcanes a 14 0 decrsron After '1 brilliant first half the Hrrrrrcanes attack was stalled against Orlrndo Boone The Hurricanes ran out of wind rn the second half and fell vrctrm 9 f to the powerfrrl nurnher four team rn the state An upset was almost rn the offrng when the Cfrnes out-fought and out-played the Lee Generals. For three quarters the Hurricane line held to a 9-7 lead. Howewer Lee unleashed fr twenty point onslaught in the fourth quarter to hand the Canes a 39-7 setback. ...J 9- Qgwv E 55 QQ' .,,, 4 ',, " an - an an all r, X 'FUD rx 0 Schofield, Cliff Davis. THIRD ROXV: Phil Loggins, Minor Peoples, Lznnnr Simmons, Bob Rogers, Bill Townsend, Terry Stechmillvr, Rollin' Lucius. FOURTH HOVV: Bryon Sturns, Daryl Kirby, Bohlvy Bishop, Bill Pothier, Ronnie YVoocls, Kenny Mzltheny, lorry Tucllock. Hurricane s reputatlon for good sportsmanship Hllf time pep t'1lk by new line LOlC.ll jim Pritchett stirs the llurrlt ines to rencwccl vigor during the lust two quarters of the Laika' Cltx Canes have dlfflculty lgflltlflg GIUSIVC Wmnmg spark 1 111 1111111111 111st1111t11111 lll 1111111r111 to 1.511 1r11 Stlllft C1mp 61 3 Y 1 1 11111111 M111 111s111p11111t1111., 1.111s 111 t11111 11111s1111t111 11111118 t111 111t11111111111 111111111111s 1111111111611 1121011 to 111.1t 1111 L1111 1 6111 111 1 710 ILNLI 6 f1'11 T116 C'.1111s 1 1111111 1111 111 IIIIPILSSIXC 111611111 of 781 111118 111511111 1111111 11111111111, 1 1111 C1t1 to 01111 37 T111 f11st 111111 1.11111 IS C111111s C.1111p11611 C0111 11111111 1 311.11118 1111 1111 111 111111111111, 1 T11f11 f111111116 111 t116 61111 111111 81113116118 s1111111 1111 .1 s11 1.1111 1.11111t 111 1116 s61111111 q11.11t11 .11111 111111111 11111111 5 11155 to account 1111 t116 1111111 1.1111 P1111 C0111 611611 t11166 fOI t11166 111 1 111g11t 111 p11f6Ct 11t1.1 11111111 111c11111g GHS 11.1tt1111 T111.111.1ss61 L11111 111 .1 s1111116s5 t16 1111 t116 1111111111 f16111 111 D11.111 C.1111p11611 St2lC11L1Hl 1111611 t111 B15 P1111111 111111111 to t111 111166 1ar11 11116 L111 111 s11p11111111111 B1111 X11l111111g s 61 1 1111 punt 16111111 t111 CHS 1111111 11111111 1ts 111111 COI1fC1Gl1C6 111t1111 111 11111p111111111g 1311111111 1311111 X1.l1l111l1L1 111 111111 f11111211t 11111 11111 1111111111 11111111 1 E.x11te11 pl1y1rs, coachex, 111111 111.111.1141 rs jump to t1111r f11t 11 1111111111 t111s111 as DKJIIHN' H116 r.111's 80 1.1r11s for 1111 111111 .1g.1111st P.11.1t111 Page Suxty SIX Q 0 l o l I Q 0 0 11- '11 ' ' r,1A' ' -11 . L-1. '-1 "'- ' 1' 1 2 ' 1 C11" Tig' 1 ' 1 L - ' ' ' ' lg f J, .K ',' A, xx, .L , , , Z . ,L.A. . . 11 'f,1'1 " ' -.'1 72... X " " '25 11' R' 1' - 11 - ff',- -1- '-1- -1-' y1 '1- K T t 1 K . tv 1 I 5' I ' ' X ' 1 ' l I ll ' 5 I A", ' z ' ' . A . l . - X h ' JA' I' - . v, V. . . N A 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 - 5' 1 4 1 if 1 ' xv, T116 O1111' scoring t111'11at C111111- 111 t116 f11111't11 qllZl1't81' 1 1 ' 7 - 1 ' 1 1 - , ' ' v 1-1-0 ' Ll 2 ' - A L 'X - " " " P1. .4"' ,. -' Nvl' 1 .11 .1 bl, 1111. G., 111' C11111-11 jim fXi111111'k 111-11116 11-11111111 111m 111 115 1 .1113- 1 I Ml s. gwfb Downfield blocks of Dink Henderson, no. 43, and Gary Combs, no. f l ltn iw for Bill Birklcx 41 1 touthd mn lun ugu Edgewater. The Hurricanes remained high spirited despite an Fighting spirit, a trademark of Gainesville High students, remained at a high pitch throughout the season, despite the disappointing record compiled by the team. Loyalty was especially evident in the games against our traditional rival, Ocala. Gainesville play- ed host to the Wildcats for the spirited Homecoming fray, but lost the thriller, 14-7, amidst floats, beauties, and rain. On the bottom of a 14-0 score, the ,Cant-s, sparked by seniors Don Rice and David Tanner, made a comeback in the second half. Excitement was paramount among rain-soaked fans as Rice, playing from his fullback position, rambled eleven yards to score and Tanner recovered three opportune bobbles which almost turned the tide in Gaines- ville,s favor. An unprecedented second game was the last of the season for both teams. Gainesville was well rep- resented at Ocala in this final contest, for a huge portion of the student body invaded the city. A fine try by the ,Canes fell short as costly injuries and mistakes took their tolls. The final score of 18-O was taken bravely as cries of "WVait till next year," were heard from departing fans. Page Sixty-Eight if u I Y M UA Wlth an abudance of vlm and vlgor, VIVHCIOUS Frne school sprrrt 18 shown as the cheerlerlders leap from bench Th It pep rlllres may be enrrphmg lb proven as cheerleaders cheerrng IS the crowd roars dllflllg the highest pornt of the honor bportsmanshlp XVeek xuth slogms urgmg goodsportsman gime shrp for Ill Bubblmg over wrth excrtement, vwacrous varsrty cheerlead ers leave for Orlando wrth sponsor, Mre Cela Hendrrckson Page Seventy Cheerleaders are Abble Leavltt, Karen Owens, Captam Helen C,r.1h.1m, Pam Sanderb, Dale Nhdgettn, alternate janet Coar, Mary XV1lson, B.1rb.1r.1 Mallard, Cookre Nobles, not p1c,tured 0 l 0 O I 1 ' u,V,Q+f,f" M' V K , f - RA Fix ,V x , i l 'A 3 'H ' A 2 'Q i N X XX 'li l X A-squad cheerleaders boost GHS school spirit 'Q Hanging in effigy from the Victory Flag pole, CHS students, grouped around the cheerleaders during a pep rally, are aroused the Mainland Buc is tossed by mighty 'Cane by the stirring words of one of the starting players in the ensuing game. gusts. Excited students raise the roof of the gymnasium as the cheerleaders finish up a peppy cheer during one of the many pre-game pep rallies. Page Seventy-One ,ww ff 'sf .4 ,, 1 Q Z 1 'sl s .v , ,K W 'wmv ml '1 Y 'Tv 1 , Xi ,,.,,, ,M C1 1 if , Y , ,. if . 'f.9'ni5'IfQ1XL:, z H , A Tw 3 i 5,59 Q, N , - 1, V? .35 75" i , U92 M A2 h Q, 12 5 f 22" 1 - fa ,, ff 4 , ' H 1 .. ,. .. f, - ff ww 1 Q .r 3 Q wi I 2... 1 ,ff . ' ,E gif 'Y Y' TFMSQE ,ff t ' K 'TEQM ffM9f"37 Q . iifw , f Q V 'yjf-Ei, ' ' 4,515 ' ' , f, , - . , ,fir L 'N 1 n 13 ' ww ' V ? M , . 'ls ,. w 2 , ,, 1 3, if fi. ,Q Shiv ,F 45- X ,, as . Q. WJ '1....,' Canes rally to place second ln Sunslnne Conference A IKXKI su dle bplllll xx is the lxexnote of the 1939 60 bislxctbill season Tlu C lncs tutucd plz C'1l1OllSlX on the bunk of sncuss but IKXC1 could qlllte lC1llLC tllen full potentlll A llf-321ItlJI'C3.k1Dg loss to Lindon 111 the Clonp ll tOlllll'1IH6I1t 111 an oxutunc gune was typlcql of the lnrd luck experl cnced tlnoughout the season bw the Hurncanes I+ ms IH ly hue been Ll1b1pPOlIltLC.l by the 9 12 1LCOICl of the tefim but ex S1 yone was plOlld of the Wnne These qualltles auled thc CIHCS 111 tlnn hm sccond pllu lllllbll IH the Sunslnne Conference Couh XX xdc Odom IS pxnturnd durmg 1 practlce SSSSIOH '-A... Coach Odom g1V6b players fmal mstructxons m a locker room bl 551011 before the Ocala game Page Seventy Three 3 o Q , ,,.-.Zin ' , .ky , . , 4 V :N .". C .' lv Iv .' . , , ,Avy X , . V L ' 1 . . L l ' A ' l J 2 ' 7 I C A C -- 1 ' Q I .' z z 4 "2 ' 1 - ' . 1 i 4 ' l C , y . A , 1 1 cleterlnination and sportsmanship displayed in every I ' V if 3 y X X LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROV Arnre Zrmmerman Beazy Ste Brll Hrrtrnan Lrnny Sommese Donny Rowland Trm Love phens John Kerr Ru Qtockdrle Purl Kluge Dawrd Rankrn BlllOl1Dg6f New warmups added zest to Canes pre game drrlls 'Dx 1 Co Urptams Donnv Rowland and Brll Olrnger confer wrth otfrtrrls before the XVrldwood game Page Seventy Four Hopes drmmed for the basketball team after dropprng several early season games However the Canes rebounded to capture some of therr lost pres trge Paced by the consrstent hrgh scorrng of Don Rowland CHS won sex eral rmportant vrctorres In eluded among these were key Sunshrne Conference wrns oxer Nlarnland and Edgewater Ardrng the team greatly was George Campbell a senror guard tallred well rn the season s second half surge After a complete shakeup of players Coach Odom frnallv found hrs wrnnrng combrnatron Thrs was almost a Crnderella team as the Canes lost the conference trtle by fr whrslter They dropped the frnal game to a frred up Boone team as Nlarnland nosed rnto the top spot by defeatrng Ocala rn over trme 7 a ' VII, I 1 7 A . . . ' - rn. X , ' N. . ,. I - I and transfer student. The West Vrrgrnra deadeye we ax ' C 1 I . 1 K , 1 1 - ' ' L I ' A. .Y up . - A . - V AY' A! 1 u s ' x A L 'A , S XX ,. F k ,-img si 1 . , ' Q., in V' if JF gl J 3 'X-...- Canes drive in a fast break, following Donny Rowlandis lead to crush Bay High of Panama City. Fans enjoyed exciting fast breaks and close games :many Smnmese and unidentified Inverness player vie for the ua . Page Seventy-Six Basketball develops valuable qualities and abil- ities in the participants. The 1959-60 Canes have ex- perienced the pride in accomplishment that grows as teamwork in utilized. Friendships that grew in prac- tice sessions and tense game situations will endure through the yearsg as will the traits of sportsman- ship and courtesy implanted in each spirited and enthusiastic player. Lloyd Tyer and Mac Mt-Griff, basketball team managers, check the first aid kit before leaving for group tourney in Iackson- ville. . X, , .1-,iv-M GAINESVILLE BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 1959-60 CHS In-vemess GHS Invemess CHS Orlando Edgewater GHS jackson CHS Wildwood CHS DuPont CHS Ocala CHS Boone GHS Lee CHS Mainland CHS Edgewater GHS Panama City Bay GHS jackson GHS Palatka CHS Ocala GHS Mainland CHS Boone GHS Lee TOURNABIENTS SUNSHINE CONFERENCE CHRISTMAS CHS 63 Mainland GHS 53 Ocala AA GROUP 2 GHS 62 Landon The tension of the final minutes of a close game with Daytona Mainland is reflected in the faces of spectators as the 'Canes triumph in a Sunshine Conference fray. 54 53 56 103 42 71 48 64 98 70 63 51 100 59 54 56 72 71 TOURNEY 76 65 64 if ?"Q , gui: ff X George Campbell, no. 25, and Bill Hartman are on the spot as Donny Rowland, no. 21, drives over Landon's defense. I Wm! . ?'1r,' -2 if- Q l- 14 , gg ,K ff ir ,, Y 1, s irq. ,.. y T l ,- I 1 XM ff LQRES ' Qxwfs E5 at Y.-WEE ox xiii M K ' 1 , ,, - , J it-I f 'I ilk fd if ffif-" y f T: I L 5- ' - lf N ,kgs Q , A ' .- ' ,K-N. . -- LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROXV: Alfred Marshall, Stuart Camp- ROW: Barton Thrasher, Richard Thompson, Donny Rowl-md, Tv bell, Donny Joiner, Charles Campbell, Iason Outler, Amie Zim- Drake, jerry Felder, George Campbell, Sonny Comto, Jim Bul- merman, Bill XVeimer, Paul McArthur, Ross Henderson. SECOND lock, David Bristowe, Ken Allen, Bud Harrell. Strong veteran baseball team posts fine record Under the guidance of Coach Harvey Dickin- son, the Hurricane baseball team turned out for prac- tice for another tough seasion of the popular spring sport. The 'Canes are working hard to be in shape for inter-scholastic games with Edgewater, Boone, Mainland, Landon, Iackson, Paxon, St. Augustine, Lake City, Palatka, Florida Freshmen and the ever- powerful Ocala. In early practice sessions, the squad showed good pitching and strong fielding to boost hopes for a winning 1960 season. Page Seventy-Eight Coach Harvey Dickinson, in his instructs ace pitcher jim Bullock. first year as baseball coach March March March March April April April April Aprll April April 1960 GHS BASEBALL SCHEDULE Mainland Edgewater jackson Paxon Palatka Ocala Boone Paxon Palatka Edgewater Ocala C April April April May May May May May May Une 22 Boone 26 Lake City 29 Mainland 3 Ketterlinus 6 Lake City 7 Landon 12-13 Sub-Group Tourney Landon 19 21 Group Toumey 6 10 State Tourney ThlS IS the catchers v1ew of pltcher Barton Thrasher as he lets go his fast one NW-5 XX First baseman Donny Rowland stretches for the ball as teammate Charles Campbell races for the bag N N Stuart Campbell and Don Joiner leaping over sliding Ty Drake form a successful double play duo Page Se e ty Nine .nxt .L QM Q5 446, qu- '9 LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROVV Iudy Crelghton Shlrley Hard1son Courtney George Judy Br111 Paxge Anderson Marl frmces Tucker C111 Anderson SECOND ROVV Paul Kluge W ells Hood B111 Hartmm Randy Dlxon 11m McCachren Ilm mv Felber B111 Ollnger Don Schenclx Art Cunphell Ceorgc Sxsmford Butch XV111l"tIl'lS Kenny Nlatheny Challenge of 1n1t1al AA competltlon spurs Cane B111 Hartman p01S6S on block as Randy Duron urges relay team on 'sig' -N 1--133 5-N26 arp' QW Many ted1OLlS hours spent 1n condltlonlng ex SICISCS and practlce 565310115 were rewarded as the Gamesx 1lle tank squad swam to an 1mpress1ve rec or Plagued by a lack of sw1mm1ng fac111t1es the Cane swlmmers splashed lnto prommence at the SllITS1llHC Conference Xleet at Daytona Beach Nlovmg 1nto AA competltlon for the flrst tlme the Aqua Canes showed well at the Group Nleet 1n Ilcksonvllle quallfvmg sex eral sw1mmers for State Nleet berths Tw pu allx tl1e Ocala duel meet proved to be an exmtmg ex e11t as tl1e Clnes battled tl1e Cat mermen and n1e1ma1ds on ex en terms to chmax a bught cam pa1gn 1 1 ' , 1 2 I i I 1 ., S 7 6 4 f 4 s ,. , V 1 V J ,A L 3 3 as la if A X I K, 1 B Q Az f ' .QV 1 ' X 1 1 , X . ,X , ,1 . 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State diving champion Bill Olinger springs toward the sky as he eyes another title in AA competition. Page Eighty-One N fi Comxng off the tee to start thur game are lleft to rxghtj Davrd Fvans B111 Pthendge Chrp Mm1s and Gerry Green Not plctured Iohn Sh1rley Golf team heads toward successful 60 season 1 K3 B111 Etherldge exhxblts beautxful form as he follows through a hard h1t drxve Page Eighty Two Lookmg toward a wmnmg season the GHS Golf Team 16tLlI'1'16d wlth four experlenced letter men The NEC record 11OlCl1I'lg four showed lmpress xvely 1n the new Sunshme Conference Meets al though entermg stlffer compet1t1on Senlor B111 Etherldge and Chxp Mlms 1un1or scored a below par season Sophomores Gary Green and Iohn Sh1rley wlth one years experlence under tllell' belt rounded out the well balanced team The Canes won Ocala opener 1412 432 SCHEDULE Date March March March Apnl Aprrl Aprll Aprnl Opponent Ocala Lake Clty Lake Cnty Ocala Orlando Edgewater Orlando Boone Sunshme Conference Ocala 21 23 State Tournament 14 , X 5 X' P , K . 3 J, . . . , up 1 , . - 1 ,, . . . , - if v gf, . . . . p . f . . . . . . . we ' - - at X ,Ns . , . , . 1 , - I- I- I ' 11 , 18 ' k W, , 25 ' 4-f-" 'M w 4 I, .f Q,j,1,, ' ' 1 I 9 ' if 2 fo " 2 , 5 A ...av - f 5.4. fa-rn F V ef- f T! Y 4 L . , , .56 Q ,' 5 A,:A- A ' :- I W' , , 44- ggi' Q M 7 5 . .f...'1f W W " .-egf,,,,, V A' . W .V 1 7,9-'W Qi 4 . .f, , N1 ' 7 flax. -wg.. v 1 if W: N - ,M-',,f-N.. ', , , . V .-Nr. . Q Lv, , pi vw fn, N4 LH , ,, """u' N Q mr' . , 'wa , .,,,z,A4 f,,- 'W M 41- , r-bn . .- f""'. ee, .sv 1 Z M. -6 N ::.ffg,,' I M. A K an-A rw .. Q G X ' it' 4,-'V 41. 5 x.-,N V . ., . , - vi T.1,e5x3-if , :W-W, Xa .-:L-'17 V: ,, f -. - A Lynda Hendrickson smiles encouragement as joan prepares to sink an important putt. Robin Graham, 1o.'1 Kiker and Lynda Hendrickson walk up the fairway, pulling their carts, finishing up a game. The future holds promise for GHS girl golfers lf ,,. ha 3 i 1 7 : A .1 5 D 4 X 5. 5 av" " ZW! il 4 V. , ,A -.ima-5, . ,W vc, iz! Wi " - "' ' -x ' w. ."' ' ' xs"':.- s x LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Denny, Ann Purvis, joan Kiker, Betty Sandefer, Robin Graham, Lynn Newsome, Lynda Hendrickson. Page Eighty-Th ree NEC Champ clndermen make Class AA debut rid- au, x IEPT TO IIICHT IIRST ROV Cliff DINIS Tlm Love Cmorgr Cunpbell I inns Sommcsc Buddy Colemm 11m Class C'1rry Ash Llrry Schenck Ion Bennett B111 Harkey Nllke YVh1d don Ke1th Robmson Tuffy Ief. Al Rlborn Coach Creenfleld mm, ohn Smlth ROIIUIL VVoods Clry Combs Chff Bolles :www 'Xu-'Sw K Colch Cncenfxdcl sets the runners off to a fast start wrth the crack of the gunshot Thls sound IS a fam1l1ar one to the Fm: emdermen Page Eighty Four Robert NILN1c0l1 john Coobdgc B111 Bumett B111 NIcCr1w Bustrr Llplllffl Tom 0D11l THIRD ROVV jerry Tadlock Tommy Cllhoun Bobby Md cndon Bob Ad lms Dive T1sd1le Shelton Bovlns Rlclxy 0Del1 Allfllll Doxell I lru Boyd Rlcky Harrell Dave Kmg Sophomore Tommy Calhoun grxmfices 'ls he prepares to put the shot I , , . ? X ,ai 1... V I . fs' on I ' V ' 1 X N . ". I , - - 1 - I ' l wr. ' " '1 I 1 1 , 'vm ' xw lx " .I 1 XX , f ' v . ,L-A, QR ' V . 0 , 1 .1 X ' I . I 1 - - Nfl, 1 . ,5 77 A f A 1 ,vi Q41 MW K , ' f , 7 li ' 1 ' , 1 . , ' 1-, ' - , ' 1' . , ' 1 y . - 1 1 v ' 1- , 1 ' 1 , ' . ' , - xl 1 , 1 1 , ' ,1 - 11 , 1 , 13,1-sz, SECOND ROXV: Carter Osterbind, Norman McMullen. Bud Xian- Schofield, Marco Pnrdi, D11bby Murphree, Bob Rodgers, Tommy , YH J 1 1 'Ia 'l 1 1 J ' ,ss 5 f .A g ' if 4 I J .X I S9 'C -1 1 - v ef as ff - X 1- I . . , 1 H .1-4 mmap 'sa . x Q- ' ' 1 W - gf? H is - , s i UML umm, m,,,,A, K U - .. W .s.,.,.1. 1- lvroiv-, A 1 1 ,'-- '- J ' ' ' '. looklng for new laurels Hopeful for a Wllilllflg season Coach Greenfleld regards thls years track team as the best overall team 1n GHSS sports hlstory Last years near VIC tory m the state meet served as an mcentlxe to th1s year s clndermen Hostlng the annual Ul11X761S1tX Clty Relays, GHSe1s track team found thls to be a challengmg meet In compet1t1on wrth teams from all over the South dllI'11'1g the Flor1da Relays our cmdermen proved a Cfedlt to the school Vledals and trophles were hrgh goals at the state and Sunshme Confer ence meets Around the track fleld 440 920 and 100 are common ternnnology these d1v1s1ons of dashes berng b3.S1C to track Long hours of practxce at yumps, hurdles, and shot puttlng also helped to perrect these three spec1al areas of the program Strunmg to reach the f1n1sh hne James Class anchor man on the CHS mlle relay team 19 puttmg forth a flnal burst of energy to score another XVIH ..-avi' W Purple Hurr1cane clndermen anx1ouslv aw 'ut the famllmr stlrtrng gun shot each hopmg to lead the runners home perhaps settmg 1 record 'Ing Page E1ghfyFnve ,.Q" Q Cie! Out 1n front 1n the 880 Lanny Sommese scores a vxctory for C H9 Page Eighty Six Up and over goes pole vaulter George Campbell 1n the Unlverslty Cxty Relays XV1th fearful express1on Beazy Stephens goes hlgh 1nto the a1r ws? 'vb saw Q ' l N f 1,15 M .S , yoj ge 'fr i ,. y " 3 I y , M , l , it J. The cross country team was, from left to right, VVayne Norton, Bill McGraw, Larry Schenck, Keith Robinson, Al Raborn, Curry Ash, jor- Bennett, and james Class, not pictured. 'Canes excel in Cross Country, newest GHS sport The newest interscholastic sport at GHS, cross- country has become a popular addition to the ath- letic program. A sport of endurance and stamina, it offers a challenge to all who participate in it. Though a relatively young sport much interest has been shown in it. Early season losses were avenged at the State Meet in December, and members brought home high honors. XVayne Norton sets pace as fellow State runners Cary Ash, Larry Schenck, and joe Bennett follow in practice run on eight mile course. ,i . -4 M ,,. A., .f vp ,Alb LEFT TO RIGHT Ann VV1nsor Nancy Adams Ioan Chambcrs Doxey Kopelowltz BACK ROVV Nlarrlyn Lxttle Nancy NlcCorm1ck jenrune Iohnson Susan Bowers TCHHIS team serves upsets to AA competltors 3 Wxth her racquet raxsed Dovey Kopelowltz prepares to serve the ball Page E ghfy E gh! W1th the 1960 net season underway the pros pects for a wlnnmg GHS glrls team look good Team selectxon 1S made on the basls of ladder play offs scheduled durmg December Ianuary and Feb the Ul1lV6fS1ty of Florlda and CXPCTICHCG gamed last year at State the glrl netters scored a 7 0 VIC tory 1n the openlng meet agalnst Landon The v1c tory flag IS expected to fly after meets w1th Ocala Boone and the D1str1ct Tournaments at Daytona . " v fx - vw .ov , gh L A t f ' T 1' . 3 A mv A K r M W is A A th W . J 5 'ts . A ' if I O Q 1, , - , . I o ,u - 'vzu A ruary. Strengthened by cl1n1c sess1ons, sponsored by s aaaa t ' ' ' , ' ' . R . - . - 7 . , . i - i B SQUAD CHEERLEADERS LEFT TO RIGHT Ina Rae Fletcher Nma Kessler Call Anderson Kay Denny Jane Smallwood Joan Klker Lmda Chamberlam Lynda Hendrxckson Peppy B squad cheerleaders boost IV s to vlctory Durmg tlme out rn one of the B team frays B squad cheerleaders lead some rousmg cheers to spur thelr classmates on to vlctory Energy and v1vac1ty mark a cheerleader lnclud mg those on the JV squad Durlng the perlod spent 1n B squad cheerlng the gnls learn all the ropes preparmg for the coveted step up to A sqluad status Meanwhile these underclass lasses pep t e1r teams both football and basketball to vlctory Wlth then' sp1r1ted cheers and yells of encouragement The thr1ll of travellng with the team IS one of the hxghhghts of cheerleadmg and the B team glrls are hopefully lookmg forward to all the trlps which awalt them as A squad cheerleaders Page E ghvy Nme ' 1 5 ' 9 n a a 1 1 y - 9 o - ' 34,2 A, . ,f 4 2, , - - , , a n X . . . . 7 . . . . . , - . . . . - - , - i . Iunlor V3TSlty record promlses brlght future GHS GHS CHS GHS CHS GHS CHS CHS CHS GHS CHS SNK, We was W M Pypzka .Me B squad shows flne promlse of future x73l'S1tV for CHS wer tators IUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 1959 60 Invemess Invemess Edgewater DuPont Ocala Boone Mamland Edgewater Palatka Ocala Mamland RECORD ul FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Bob Kronmlller Bud Nlannlng Art Campbell B1ll XVCIIIICI' Byron Starns Nlanon Hams Ray Stockdale SECOND ROW Dubby 'Vlurphree 11m XicC1chren Page Nlnefy Ronnle Woods Howard Blshop Davxd Bnstowe Paul NIcArthur B111 Bennett manager I I Q . r K 1 f H13 ' 45 66 ' 68 36 54 31 ' 46 4 58 A 49 . ,T L I t g an is - , klkk I 5 '5 I. I , 6 L ii' 'r-. ' gikiiirffiji Q 5 p v, I C V ,, 1 L .V 5' Q. K ' H '. ' 1 3: S l I I I 5, rl , 1 f 6, 3 I I 4 W x . L 4 ' a . I ' V 1 , . C 7 . I 5 ! . , A I MW- ' Q dl A l . . : . .l A . . , . I I ' l A ' V 1 x s - A - 4 l , . . I ' I , . 1 , -,...f ff FCI, X . E' A W1 'asv LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROVV: Terry Mathis, Eddie Ryals, Hans Geevers, Buddy Brunson, Steve Goode, Eddie Sullivan, joe Smallwood, Marvin Shoemaker, Emerson Bolton, John Lovci, Randy Kaufman. SECOND ROYV: Ken Linsly, Ricky Anderson, Bobby Barkley, james O'Steen, Ronald Johnson, Alton Hale, Bobby Salmon, Leonard Gideon. THIRD ROVV: Mac Goronto, 0.5 B Carlos Hope, Henry Newman, YVallace Rowe, George Bass. FOURTH ROVV: Bill Thompson, Bobby Collins, George Mc- Clellan, Bobby Harrell, Steve Lowry, Frank Anderson, Ty Mc- Coy, Mike Bullock, Howard Townsend, John Green. FIFTH ROXV: Freddie Hiers, Curtis Fowler, Bud y XVilkinson, XVayne Gilliland, jim Niansolo, Roger Stephens, Iimmy Lynn. B-squad team Works hard to build tomorroW's stars Drills, drills, and more drills marked the junior Varsity football season, as fundamentals W e r e stressed. The future varsit players worked hard and produced a winning recor . 1959-60 SCHEDULE ' GHS vs Palatka GHS vs Santa Fe GHS vs Lake City GHS vs Ocala CHS vs Starke GHS vs Ocala 'rm Closing in on the ball carrier, GHS tackle-rs show an stiff defense. Page Ninety-One 'I QQ-H STUDENT BODY To walk foward furfher learning, diploma in hand, is fhe goal of all who are a parf of Hpopulafion explosion - GHS." Gainesville High's gradual move fo a senior high school, fhrough decreasing fhe freshman enrollmenf, emphasizes fhe fremendous educational growfh of our community and sfofe. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mac Comm, Hang Geever, jane Ann Baughan, Sherri Adams, Bob Gwin, Page McKean, Leslie Rembert, Judy Brill, Lynn Krig, DeLois Williams, Kathy DOVCY K0D9l0WifZ, Miki VVSS de Czege- FOURTH ROW! Janet Robinson, Dane Adkinson. SECOND ROW: Muffett Merritt, Coar, Edwinna Murphey, Paige Anderson, Mary Bennett, Bob Bill Bennett, Gail Anderson, Wanda Hart, Peggy Hadsock, janet Felmell, Butch VVil1iaIUS, Byron Winn, Bill Olingef, Laffy L3fChe, Emst, Frances Eubanks, Nancy Dee Williams, Mac McGriff. Ed Welch- THIRD ROW: David Rankin, Sandra Edwards, Cookie Nobles, Roberts, Rules invade school from Student Council jason Weintraub, pleased at the results, relaxes after helping with the Student Councills Christmas food drive for the needy. U Parliamentary procedure filtered out from the Student Council, invading clubs and organizations, as members put leadership techniques into use. The student government met daily during fifth period to learn the psychology of leadership and work on the councilis projects. Over a thousand dollars was collected from the scholarship drive, the council's biggest project. The money was awarded to several deserving sen- iors who plan to attend the University. An all-student assembly followed by a Clean- up Day also marked the council's calendar. Views on smoking and discipline were aired at the assem- bly, and stricter enforcement of school rules went into effect, according to wishes of the student body. B SS -ll .- ill " im lla mil fill Q, ,K ll STUDENT BODY OFFICERS: Butch XVilliams, prcsiclciitg Bucky Simmons, corresponding secretaryg and Bill Olinger, vicc-pr:-siclent. Council officers are Butch Williams, presidentg Page McKean. rs-- corderg Paige Anderson, chaplaing Becky Simmons, secretnryg Larry Larche, treasurrerg Bill Olinger, vice-president: jason XVeintraulm, parliamentarian. YVceks of work by Council and Bill Olinger, homecoming chairman, were climaxecl homecoming night by the presen- tation of the Queen. 'Sw 4 Md' X .. gi .,-may W I SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bill Hartman, Presidentg Bill Olinger, Vice-Presidcntg Becky Simmons, Secretaryg Paige Anderson, Treasurer. 1960 seniors . . . the big Wheels on campus were led . " 'fi-. Q fx 31 Q' A I' es N ' J ,Q 1 ,M 3 'W' 6-A Adams Ahrano Ahrens Allee Allen, I. M. Allen, I. W. Anderson, C. M. Anderson, M. P. e Ninety-Six 'N' Allen, C. T Arizzi Arnett Arrmgton Awtrey Bache by capable offlcers Baggett Barber Barkley Bartley ADAMS ROBERT GLENN Freshman Hop Commlttee 9 Swxrnmmg Team 10 11 Beta H1 Y 10 11 12 Sophomore Frollcs Comrmttee 10 An nual Staff Photographer 11 12 Jumor Semor Prom Commxttee 12 AHRANO CARY JEAN Band 9 10 11 12 Pep Band 12 AHRENS PATRICIA CAROL Pep Club 9 V1oe Presldent Homeroom Vrce Presx dent 9 Secretary Treasurer 10 Secretary 11 Vrce Presldent 12 Student Councll 10 Jumor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 Hurncane Players 12 ALLEE RICHARD LEE ALLEN CARL THOMAS V3l'Slty Football 10 11 Homeroom Chapla1n 11 ALLEN JANET MACLEE Home room Treasurer 9 Presldent 10 Treasurer 11 Secretary Treasurer 12 Freshman Hop Commlttee 9 Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 Hurncane Players 10 Sophomore Frollcs Commlttee 10 Alpha Trl H1 Y 10 11 12 Hrstonan 11 Student Councll 10 11 Majorette 11 12 Jun1orSen10r Prom Com rnrttee 11 Natlonal Honor Socxety 12 ALLEN JOHN WILLIAM Varsity Football Manager 10 11 Dxverslfled Cooperatlve Tramlng 11 12 ANDERSON CLARICE MARIE Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 Hurncane Players 11 12 Jumor Play Commlttee 11 Semor Play Commxttee 12 Les Bouffons 11 12 Future Teachers Club 12 ANDERSON MARY PAICE Jumor Varsrty Cheerleader 9 Freshman Hop COHlHlltt68 9 Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 Swlmmmg 10 11 Class Secretary 10 12 Crvrnettes 10 11 12 Secretary 12 Latm Club 11 12 Homeroom Presldent 11 Stu dent Councll 12 Chaplam 12 Natlonal Honor Socxety 12 ARIZZI ARLENE DORIS Transferred from Pennawken New Jersey 11 FFA 12 Les Bouffons 11 12 ARNETT WVILLIANI DALE Latin Club 11 12 Senator 12 Hurncane Players 11 12 Presldent 12 Junior Play 11 Semor Play 12 National Thesplan Soclety 11 12 Natlonal Honor Society 12 Wheel Club 11 12 ARRINCTON NORDICE ELAINE Home room Treasurer 10 Secretary 11 Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 Keyettes 10 11 12 Treasurer 12 Les Bouffons 11 12 AWTREY MARY ANNE Band 9 10 Orchestra 9 10 11 12 Latm Club 9 Tnbune 9 Hurncane Players 10 11 12 Les Bouffons 10 11 Jumor Play Committee 11 Annual staff 11 12 Asslstant BUSIDCSS Manager 11 Business Manager 12 Semor Play 12 Young Artrsts 12 Hurncane Herald Staff 12 Buslness Manager 12 Natlonal Thesplan Socrety 12 BACI-IE WILLIAM ALLEN Wheel Club 10 11 12 BAGGETT DOROTHY ANN BARBER CAROL JEAN Chorus 9 10 11 12 Dxstnbutlve Educatnon 12 BARKLEY WILLIAM V Jumor Varslty Football 9 Varsxty Football 11 12 Track 11 12 BARTLEY MARCIA DIANE FHA 9 Los Sombreros Altos 9 Future Teachers' Club 11, 12, Secretary Treasurer 11, Presxdent 12 Page Nnnety Seven 1 : 1 1 1 ' 1 ' I 1 ' , I . - . . . , , 9 ' 1 1 1 3 "' 1 , , - 9 - . 1 ' QV 1 ' 1 , - 5 1 , , : - , g , : - ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 5 A-1 I 1' 9 S- ' ' 1 1 1 ,ff 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' j n g , : 1 1 , ... I . 1 ' 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 . 1 - , , , ' 1 1 1 S 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 S - 1 . I In : , s ,. K, 1 . V 1 I . 6 , , , . 1 1 S 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 fi- ' . , , , . - 1 1 1 1 1 . I - : 1 1 1 , ... , ' , Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 ., , 9 , 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . . . D , , 1 , , 1 ... 1 n 3 1 1 1 S 1 1: 1 1 1 1 1 . . . ,Q ... , ' 1 V Senior privileges . . sitting in the center section of 42" I 'vw if 1-14. Beach Beaty Behnke Bennett Benson BCVIS Bishop Blackman Blanchard Boerner MOST KTTRACTIVE Imet Allen and Jun Class reflect charm po1se and good looks here as IH thelr many act1v1t1es Page Ninety Eight BEACH KENNETH NEEL DlStHbUt1N6 Cooperative Trarnmg 11 12 BEATY WILLIAM EARL Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 Latin Club 10 Natlonal Honor Society 11 12 BEIINKE, BARBARA IRENE Hum cane Herald Staff 12 FHA 12 BENNETT NIARY ROBERTA Annual room Pres1dent9 Ch1pla1n 11 StlldtiUtCOUHC1l 9 11 12 Hurricane Players 9 11 Les Bouffons 10 11 Latin Club 9 Natlon 11 Honor Society 11 12 BENSON, DUDLEY WOODROW IR Iumor Varsity Football 9 Home room Vice Pres1dent9 President 10 12 Varsity Football 10 11 12 Gamma H1 Y 10 11 12 Chaplain 11 Vice Presldent 12 Track 10 11 12 C Club 10 11 12 Los Sombreros Altos 10 Iunlor Senior Prom Commlttee 11 Les Bouffons 12 BEVIS EVELYN LOUISE Los Sombreros Altos 9 Les Bouffons 10 11 Iumor Play 11 Crvmettes 10 11 12 Nat1onalThesp1an Society 11 Treasurer 12 Hurrlcane Players 11 12 BISHOP BERTON MELL IR Band 9 10 11 12 Pep Band 11 12 Chorus 11 12 Variety Band 11 BLACKMAN IERALDEAN FHA 9 Latm Club 9 LOS Sombreros Altos 11 12 Para Medical Club 12 Chaplain 12 National Honor Soclety 11 12 Spanish National Honor Society 12 BLANCHARD KENDALL ALLAN Band 9 Latln Club 9 12 Beta H1Y 10 11 Los Sombreros Altos 11 12 Hurricane Herald Staff 12 Assistant Sports Editor BOERNER NANCY LOUISE Transferred from Miami Florida 10 Hurricane Herald Staff 11 12 Copy Editor 11 Art and Prcture Page Editor 12 Iumor Play Committee 11 Young Artists 12 BOLTON W ALTON BOYLES BENNIE SI-IELTON junior Varslty Football 9 10 Track 9 10 12. Sophomore Frohcs Committee 10 Beta H1 Y 11 12 Var sity Football 11 Iumor Senior Prom Committee 11 ........ -V V llillcu 4 gk B fu., , . r N-W 1 , f X 9 X 1 ,J 11 a f f f f V- 0 R : 1 Q Q, - . 4 - . 1 . qv I H A V JY, "- :Qxf.'::H K l Key ' I . . , - . a W . , :V , . , . . . N ' , , 1 , 9 9 ' ' ' ' , . . . , : '- 35 3 . . . , . : Salesman 95 Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12g Freshman Hop Committee 99 Home- ' , - ' 4 ' , , 9 ' , 9 , 4 ' Q ' Q ' . , 9 -5 . S ' ' - ' , ' , 5 ' - , , 5 . . . . .. ,, - , , , , - 9 , , 9 , , 9 9 ' - ' ' 3 f - . . . , Q 5 Qi, . . . . . . . ' A 1 1 1 x a a -e .W ' ,' 9 ' ' , . . . , ' , -1 , , , ' 4 , 9 , 9 ' 1 5 1 4 . ' . -' 1 ' ' ' 3 ' 7 7 'X ' , 4 - , ' 4 ' , g ' ' . . . , ' : 1 A 1 5 Q I' x i 1 , , , I I7 K . . . , I , ' 5 I w 42' I ' ' , , ' , ' ' 9 'K " at I . . I . Q e ', I a A , . . . Q ' 9 , A, . . , , , 5 i .V ff a i 3 3 ' 1 S ' I 1 U g - . if ' Wit . I i . the aud1tor1um was our flrst taste of senlorlty at GHS A?" j 'V' as Bolton Boyles Bronson Broome Brower Brunson Bullock Bussard Butler Campbell, C- W- BRONSON MARY KATHRYN Intramurals 9 10 11 BROOME ELEANOR HARRIETT Chorus 9 10 11 12 Pep Club 9 Hurrlcane Players 10 11 12 Secretary 11 VICC Pres1dent 12 Beta Tr1 H1Y 10 11 12 Chaplaln 11 Pres1dent 12 Jun1or Play 11 Nat1onal Thesp1an Soc1ety 11 12 Pres1dent 12 Sen1or Play 12 BROWER JOHN EDSON FFA 9 12 Junlor Varslty Football 10 BRUNSON PATRICIA MARTINA Band 9 10 11 Beta Tr1 H1 Y 10 11 12 Hurncane Players 12 Lat1n Club 11 12 BULLOCK JAMES TYLER Transferred from Dothan Alabama 10 Vars1ty Football 10 11 12 J11n1or Vars1ty Basketball 10 Varslty Base ball 10 11 12 BURCESS CARY WENDELL Transferred from Nfhd land M1ch1gan 10 Band 10 11 12 Captaln 12 Vanety Band 11 Pep Band 10 11 12 D1rector12 BURTON VIRGINIA ANN Intramurals 9 10 11 12 Chorus ll BUSSARD CHARLES RICHARD Band 10 11 12 Beta H1Y 10 11 BUTLER LINDA JEAN Freshman Hop Comm1ttee 9 Lat1n Club 9 Sophomore Frohcs Commlttee 10 C11 mettes 10 11 12 Sergeant at Arms 11 Hurr1cane Players 11 12 Semor Play Comm1ttee 12 Les Bouffons 12 CANIPBELI CHARLES WII LIAWI 11 12 Los Sombreros Altos 11 12 Sergeant 'lt Arms 12 Jun1or Sen1or Prom Comm1ttee 11 Gamma H1 Y 12 CAMPBELL KATHLEEN MARIE CAMPBELL STUART ALLEN lumor Vars1ty Football 9 Homeroom Presldent 9 Latm Club 9 Band 9 Sophomore Frolxcs C0mm1t tee 10 Varslty Football 10 11 12 B'1seb'1ll1O 11 12 Los Sombreros Altos 11 12 Sergeant at Arms 12 Jun1orSen1or Prom Commlttee 11 Gamma H1 Y 12 Burgess Burton Campbell, K. M. Campbell, S A. Page Nmety Nnne U 9 I O C , I , , . 1 . , A 2 , , , 4 s ' ' 1 , x 1 . ' -1. 1 -' D' 1 1 tv xl , , . , . I 5 . 5 . . . , , . 5 ' . . . , A 1 2? -4 , 5 ' ' 1 .1 . . . ' , ' : , , , , , , 1 ' , . . . , : , 5 . 3 , 5 . . 5 . - , , . . . , : 1 ' - , ' ' 5 1 , 1 ' 5 ' 9 , , , ' . . . , : , , , 5 ' . . . , : , ' , 3 '- , . . . , : . 5 . 3 . . 5 . V. I , , , 1 - - ' 9 ' 1 4 ' ' 9 . . . 1 1, 1 1 : 1' 4 Junior Varsity Football 95 Band 9g Baseball 10. 11, 124 Varsity Football 10, s Q 1 1 I 'C ' -l I ' I I ' g 4 '- . . . , . . . . , : . ' ' 5 ' 9 1 ' 9 9 ' "- "" 4' A B . V 'ij f ' lag! ly , fagg f 1 it , , . 4: 5 9' A il Q49 , 9 Remember all of the standardized tests that We 'D X5 V1 Packing phone booths or whatever it is, fun's on hand with PERSONALITY PLUS Becky Simmons and Larry Larche in on it. CAPO, MARSHA ANN: Pep Club 105 junior Play Committee 115 junior- Senior Prom Committee 115 Anchor Club 11, 125 Senior Play Committee 12 . . . CARTER, SYBIL: Orchestra 95 Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Los Sombreros Altos 115 Pep Band 10, 11, 125 Anchor Club 10, 11, 125 Band Manager 12 . . . CHATTERTON, DAYLE JOY: Transferred from Cleveland, Ohio 95 Les Bouffons 9, 105 FHA 105 Homeroom Treasurer 125 Anchor Club 125 Hurri- cane Players 125 Senior Play Committee 12 . . . CLAYTON, PATRICIA LEE . . . COLLINS, CLENDA LEAH: Transferred from Sanford, Fla. 105 Iunior-Senior Prom Committee 115 Hurricane Herald Staff 12 . . . COL- LINS, LARRY: junior Varsity Football 105 Los Sombreros Altos 10, 115, junior Play 115 Iunior-Senior Prom Committee 115 Homeroom Treasurer 115 Varsity Football 11, 125 Beta-Hi-Y 11, 125 Homeroom President 12 . . . CONNER, WILLIAM BORDEN: Latin Club 9, 105 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 105 Sophomore Frolics Committee 105 Iunior-Senior Prom Committee 115 Track 115 Varsity Football 11, 125 Gamma Hi-Y 11, 12, Treasurer 125 Les Bouffons 11, 12, President 12 . . . cooEY, MARY LOUISE: FHA 9, 10, 125 Chorus 12 . . . COWART, DAVID HOWELL: FFA 9, 10, 11, 12, Secretary 10, Sentinel 115 Beta Hi-Y 11, 12, Sergeant-at-Arms 12 . . . CRAWFORD, PAMELA G.: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 115 Latin Club 11, 125 Civinettes 12 . . . CREICHTON, MARY CI-IEEVER: Freshman Hop Committee 95 Los Sombreros Altos 9, 10, 11, 12, Historian 115 Sopho- more Frolics Committee 105 Anchor Club 10, 11, 12, Secretary 11, Presi- dent 125 Swimming Team 10, 11, 125 junior-Senior Prom Committee 115 NationaltHonor Society 11, 125 Homeroom President 12. Capo Carter Chatterton Clayton Collins, G. L. Collins, L. Conner Page One Hundred C00-ey Cowart Crawford took-Let,s hope We are through with them forever Crelghton Crlst Crown Currmgton CRIST RONALD CROWN OLIVERC DCT 12 CURRINCTON FLOYD A DAVIS JANE BROOKINC Freshman Hop Commlttee 9 Hurncane Players 9 10 Student Councll 10 Tenms Team 10 Sophomore Frollcs Commlttee 10 Latm Cluh 10 11 Crvmettes 10 11 Treasurer 10 11 junxor Semor Prom Commrttee 11 DAVIS MARTHA ELEANOR Transferred from Fort Leavenworth Kansas 12 Alpha Tn H1 Y 12 Natlon al Thesplan Soclety 12 Humcane Players 12 DAVIS CLIFTON NOAH Track 10 11 12 Varslty Football 11 12 DEHOOP HERMAN RAUKE Transferred from Sxmcoe Ontano Canada 11 Les Bouffons 11 12 DIXON KENNETH RANDALL Pep Band 9 10 11 12 Swlmmmg Team 10 11 I2 Los Sombreros Altos 10 11 Wheel Club 11 12 DOCGETT, STEPHEN QUINTON Transferred from 'viorocco Indlana 9 FFA 9 10 11 12 Chorus 10 ll 12 Ensemble 11 jumor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 DONALDSON SALLY ALICE Transferred from Waldo Fla 9 Los Sombreros Altos 11 12 Iunlor Semor Prom Comm1ttee 11 Humcane Play ers 12 Semor Play Commlttee 12 DONALSON LINDA ELIZABETH Freshman Hop Commxttee 9 Latm Club 9 10 11 12 FHA 10 Sopho more Frohcs Commxttee 10 Anchor Club 10 11 12 Treasurer 12 jumor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 Homeroom Annual Salesman 11 12 Home room Secretary 12 Hurrlcane Players 12 Semor Play Commxttee 12 Nat lonal Honor Soclety 12 DOWLING CHARLES TYBONE FFA 9 10 ll 12 Pres1der1t12 DYKILS SHARON EUNICE Intramurals 10 11 12 '51-f Dav1s,I B Davrs, M E Davls, N C DeHoop D1xo'n Doggett Donaldson Donalson Dowlmg Dykes Page One Hundred One , . . . , .: . . . , I . . . . , 1 Q Q 1 1 S 1 S 1 9 1 1 1 5 - . . . , : , C 9 - - 3 - g . . . . , : , , , . . . , I . A l ' 1 5 1 , , . , . . . Y X I 1 1 1 s - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S 1 - - - 1 ' 1 ' A 3 7 l l 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . . . ,, . 1 , . 5 1 1 ' S ' 5 . . . , : 1 1 1 1 9 S ' 1 1 1 1 ' 5 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' . ' 1 , ' ' l T 3 ' 1 7 A - . . . , : , 1 1 1 - - - 9 A 5 1 , . 3' . . ' S . . af . . .. A I V 1 1, 1- ' 14' 5' rf, - 1 4 ti sr ' ' ti 1 15.1 . ,4 , gr.,--1 'I , I 5 .M , , 7,19 ff . YQ, H 1"Y 1f'1T , . . . . . . . . . . EDDY, DIXON DUANE: Chorus 10, 11, 129 junior-Senior Prom Com- mittee 11g Hurricane Players 125 Melodettes 12 . . . ELLIS, GILES LAM- BERT: Youth Club 9, 10, 11, 124 Sophomore Frolics Committee 10 . . . ELWOOD, DELORES LOUISE: Chorus 95 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12 . . . ETHERIDGE, WILLIAM REGINALD: FFA 10g Golf Team 9, 10, 11, 12g C-Club 9, 10, 11, 12g Inter-Club Council 105 Sports Hall of Fame 105 Future Teachers 11, 129 Secretary-Treasurer 12 . . . EVANS, DAVID GERALD: FFA 9 12- Band 9- Tec. Club 10 . . . FAULKNER IRENE MILDRED: Pep Club 9 10 Jumor Play Commlttee 11 Hurncane Players 11 12 Semor Play Commlttee 12 Future Teachers 12 FEELY ROBERT DOUGLAS Iumor Varsxty Football 9 10 Varsxty Football 11 12 FEIBER IAMES GEORGE Sophomore Frolrcs Comnuttee 10 Swrmmmg Team 10 11 Iumor Semor Prom Commrttec 11 Gamma Hx Y 11 12 Secretary FELDER, CHARLES GERALD Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 Homeroom Presldent 11 Class Secretary 11 VVheel Club 11 12 Baseball 11 12 Nahonal Honor Soclety 12 Les Bouffons 12 FENNELL ROBERT SAMUEL Transferred from Orlando Fla 11 Key Club 11 12 Latm Club 11 12 Student Council 12 FERRAZZI NANCY IOUISE Student Council 9 Class Secretary 9 Homeroom Presldent 9 10 Freshman Hop Cofmrmttee 9 Iunlor Varsity Cheerleader 9 10 Head Cheerleader 10 Alpha Tn H1Y 10 11 12 Los Sombreros Altos 10 11 12 Sophomore Frolrcs Comnuttee 10 Iumor Senlor Prom Comrruttee 11 Homeroom Sec retary Treasurer 11 Varsity Cheerleader 11 Senlor Play Commlttee 12 FIELDS TONI FITZGERALD RAYMOND VAN Page One Hundred Two 1 Eddy E IS Elwood Etherldge Our senlor plctures why Evans Faulkner Feely Felber 7 7 7 7 1 S S ' v 5 g . . . , - . 5 . , . . . , 1 1 ' 9 , , 12: A . . . . v .- 9 - I , . , , 1-. 1' S 1 O I l I 1 ' , S 1 S a S 1 S g . . . , ' Q ' I I Q A , 9 - - . , , : X 1 5 ' y Z V I Q 5 Q l .- .u n l . , v , , , , . . 5 ' S ' 5 , ' S 3 . 2 fl Q - ' ' s L - . y, .' 3 X v 1 t 5 FLAGG, ANN LAURA: Homeroom Secretary 9, 105 Chorus 9, 10, 115 Bus- iness Managcr 115 junior-Senior Prom Committee 11 . . . FLEMINC, GARY: Transferred from Iligh Springs, Fla. 115 Tec. Club 12 . . . FRANCISCO, SANDRA LEE: Pep Club 95 Freshman Hop Committee 95 Homcroom Chaplain 105 Majorette 10, 11, 125 Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 junior Play 115 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 1'15 Hurricane Players 11, 125 National Thespian Society 11, 125 Senior Play Committee 125 FHA 125 Homecom- ing Queen 12 . . . FRAZER, LEE KIRBY-SBIITH: Junior Varsity Basket- ball 105 Assistant Track Manager 105 Wheel Club 11, 125 Les Bouffons 11, 125 Track Team 12 . . . FRAZIER, RAMONA LOUISE: D.E. Club 12, Secretary 12. arenit We that good looking all of the time Q3 ff Eating around a pizza is one of the varied pastimes of CHS,s BEST ALL-AROUND Butch XVilliams and Helen QJ '- - X f f H Q X A 1 .253 A N rib! . Felder F ennell F errazzi Fields Fitzgerald Flagg Fleming Francisco Frazer Frazier Page One Hundred Three Numerous college appllcatlons added suspense CADDUM STEPHEN ELLIOTT Transferred from East Lansxng M1ClH gan 10 Iunxor Play 11 Iunlor Semor Prom Commrttee 11 Hurncane Herald Staff 11 12 Asslstant Edltor 12 Humcane Players 11 12 Sergeant at Arms 12 Natlonal Thesplan Socxety 11 12 Sergeant at Amms 12 Semor Play Student Drrector 12 GALE ROBERTA DOROTHY FHA 9 10 11 12 Future Nurses 9 10 11 12 Semor Play Commlttee 12 GARRETT MARVIN PRYCE Student Councll Representatlve 9 Latm Club 9 10 11 12 Freshman Hop Commlttee 9 Sophomore Frolrcs Com mlttee 10 CILLILAND CHARLES HERBERT Iumor Academy of Science 9 SCICHCC Club 9 10 Humcane Players 11 12 Natronal Thespran Socrety 11 12 Iunlor Play 11 Latm Club 11 12 Semor Play 12 Natronal Mer1t Scholarshlp Semr fmahst GLASS JAMES EARNEST Transferred from Mayfleld Kentucky 10 jumor Varslty Football 10 Iumor Varslty 11 12 GLASS JANICE MAUREEN COAR JANET KAYE Transferred from Cucuta Colombra South Amenca 10 Sophomore Frohcs Comrmttee 10 Homeroom Vlce Presrdent 10 Los Sombreros Altos 10 11 Varslty Cheer leader 11 Altemate 12 Iumor Play 11 Iunlor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 Natlonal Thespxan Soclety 12 Student Councrl Representatrve 11 12 Alpha Trl H1Y 11 12 Presldent 12 Humcane Players 11 12 Spanlsh Natlonal Honor Society 11 12 COELLER WILLIAM SPENCER Transferred from Hncksvrlle New York 11 Iumor Play 11 COINS SANDRA LEE Transferred from Tampa Flonda 11 Latln Club 11 Iun lor Semor Prom Commrttee 11 Iumor Play Committee 11 Hurncane Players 11 12 Nat1onalThesp1an Soclety 11 12 Secretary 12 Homeroom Secretary 12 Semor Play 12 Humcane Herald Staff 12 Humor Edxtor 12 GOLDEN CONNIE PEARL Transferred from Cottondale Fla 12 Co- operatlve Busmess Educatlon 12 Page One Hundred Four N Caddum Garrett Class, I E Goar Cale Cllllland Class, I M Goeller O O A v l rg 6 , : . Q . .- ' . . . , : , , , Q , , , S 4 l - I - , 1 ' ' 4 ' ' . . . , : ' . . .- . . ' ' Q , z Basketball 10g Track Team 10, 11, 125 junior Play 115 Varsity Football y , . is , . . . , : ' ' , . . . , : , 5 ' . . . , ' ' ' Q 5 , - S pg and confusion to the chaos of our senior year 1 Goins Golden Gornto Graham, H. L. GORNTO, EARNEST D.: Junior Varsity Football 9, 105 Homeroom Vice- President 105 Baseball 12 . . . GRACY, MARY MARGUERITE: Freshman Hop Committee 95 Homeroom Secretary 10, Secretary-Treasurer 125 Key- ettes 10, 11, 12, Sergeant-at-Arms 11, Vice-President 125 Latin Club 10, 115 Sophomore Frolics Committee 105 'Tennis Team 115 Los Sombreros Altos 125 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 115 Spanish National Honor Society 12 . . . GRAHAM, ALICE VIRGINIA: Transferred from Lake City, Fla. 115 Hurricane Herald staff 11, 12, Headline Editor 11, Exchange Editor 12 . . . GRAHAM, HELEN LOUISE: Freshman Hop Committee 95 Sophomore Frolics Committee 105 Golf Team 105 Los Sombreros Altos 10, 115 Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Spanish National Honor Society 115 Homeroom Sec- retary 11, Vice-President 125 Iunior-Senior Prom Committee 115 Varsity Cheerleader 11, 125 Head 125 National Honor Society 12 . . . GRAMLING, LEA GENE: Junior Academy of Science 95 Science Club 9, 105 Band 10, 11, 125 Latin 11, 12, Senior Play 125 Hurricane Players 12 . . . GREEN, CAROLYN RUTH: Transferred from Miami, Fla. 125 Los Sombreros Altos 125 FHA 12 . . . GREEN, ALONZO FRANK: XVl'1eel Club 10, 11, 12 . . . GREENMAN, WILLIAM CORNELIUS: Homeroom Vice-President 9, Annual Salesman 10, President 125 Beta Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, President 11, Vice- President 125 Los Sombreros Altos 10, 115 Hurricane Singers 12. if Gracy Graham, A. V. Gramling Green, A. F. Green, C. R. Greenman Vivacious Barbara Mallard and Tom Allen greet the world with the exuberance and ready smiles of thc FRIENDLIEST. Ordermg lnvltatrons for graduatron brought GREY KATHRYN BLANCHE 'lransferred from Atlanta Georgra 10 Hurncane Players 10 11 12 Homeroom Treasurer 10 11 Sophomore Frohcs Commrttee 10 Latrn Club 10 'Vhxed Chorus 10 11 12 Nfielodettes 11 12 Assrstant DIISCIOI Semor Play 11 juruor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 Beta Tn Hr Y 11 12 Semor Play 12 Natronal Thespran Socrety 12 Para Medical 12 GBIFFETH JAMES DELL Iunlor Varsity Football 9 10 Homeroom President 10 Varsrty Football 11 Track 11 12 GRIGGS WILLIAM RALPH FFA 9 10 Band 9 Dlverslfred Cooperatrve Tram mg 11 12 Vrce Presxdent GUYNN THOMAS MILTON Iunror Varsrty Football 9 Track 11 Varsrty Football 12 Homeroom Chaplam 12 GYLES LINDA GAIL Los Sombreros Altos9 10 11 Latln Club9 10 11 12 Humcane Players 9 10 12 Pep Club 9 Freshman Hop Commrttee 9 Sophomore Frolxcs Commlttee 10 Swimming Team 10 11 Iunror Semor Prom Commrttee 11 Anchor Club 11 12 Sergeant at Arms 12 Les Bouffons 11 12 Secretary 12 Semor Play 12 Natronal Honor Soclety 12 Annual Staff 12 Natronal Thespran Soclety 12 HALE HELEN ELIZABETH Transferred from Hornell New York 9 HARKEY WILLIAM CLIF FORD HARLOW JUSTIN EDWARD SCICDCC Club 9 10 Iunror Academy of Science 9 Band 9 10 11 12 Latln Club 11 12 Senator 12 Humcane Players 12 Natlonal Honor Socxety 12 Annual Staff 12 Natnonal Thespran Society 12 Grey Grlffeth Griggs Guynn vi Y 1 Gyles Hale Harkey Harlow Harrlson Hart Hart, W F Hartman, S A Hartman, W. T Havelock Page One Hundred Sux queries of "how manyv to our homes in spring QV, ,gt Havlland Henthorn Herbert Hlnson 1:11 Holschuh Hood Hopkins Horne HERBERT LINTON Latm Club 9 10 11 12 Senator 12 National Honor Soclety 11 12 Jumor Play 11 Semor Play 12 I-IINSON TONYA MARIE Beta Tn H1 Y 10 11 12 Treasurer 12 Jumor Semor Prom Com mlttee 11 Jumor Play Commrttee 11 HOLSCHUH JANET ALICE Freshman Hop Commxttee 9 Latln Club 9 10 Student Councxl 10 Clvm ettes 10 11 12 VICE Presldent 11 Sophomore Frolxcs Committee 10 Hurrlcane Players 11 12 Jumor Play C0mmlttC6 11 Chorus 11 Le Bouffons 11 12 Sem0r Play Commlttee 12 HOOD WILLIAM WELLS Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 Homeroom VICC Presldent 9 10 12 Chaplain 11 Junlor Varslty Football 10 Jumor Varslty Basketball 10 Swxmmxng Team 10 11 12 Key Club 10 Jumor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 Le Bouffons 11 12 Sergeant at Arms 12 Varsxty Football 11 Jumor Play 11 Homecomxng Football Sponsor 12 HOPKINS, LESLIE RAY Band 9 Jumor Varsxty Football 10 HORNE MABEL LOUISE Orchestra 9 10 11 12 Les Bouffons 11 12 Natlonal Honor Soclety 12 HARRISON JAMES FREDERICK Chorus 11 12 Hurncane Players 12 Senior Play 12 HART JEANNE BLANDINC Latin Club 9 10 11 12 Tribune 9 Treasurer 12 Freshman Hop COIHIHlft66 9 Sophomore Frollcs Commrttee 10 Anchor Club 10 11 12 Chaplam 12 Juruor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 Semor Play Commlttee 12 Natlonal Honor Society 12 Hurncane Players 12 Homeroom Annual Salesman 12 HART W FAYE HARTMAN SHEILA ANN HABTMAN WILLIAM TAYLOR Homeroom Presldent 9 11 12 Vlce Presldent 10 Junxor Va.rs1ty Basketball 9 10 Freshman Hop Commlttee 9 Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 Sophomore Frollcs Commxttee 10 Wheel Club 10 11 12 Secretary 11 Swunmmg Team 10 11 12 Varslty Basketball 11 12 Class V1cePres1dent 11 Presr dent 12 Natlonal Honor Socxety 11 12 Presldent 12 Annual Staff 11 12 Sports Edltor 12 Junxor Semor Prom Commrttee 11 Student Council 11 Boys State 11 HAVELOCK JAMES HAVILAND MARY ELEANOR HENTHORN JOHN REUS Transferred from Belmont Cahforma 10 Varsrty Football 11 12 Homeroom Ch'1plam 12 Page One Hundred Seven 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - - - 1 I ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' ' . . . . . , . . . , 1 1 1 S 1 ' V 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 S 1 5 , Q . . . , Z ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 , Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 S 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 Q . . . Z Q 'ff' . . . , . , 1 1 1 1 S - 1 1 I 1 5 1 Z 1 s. . . . , I , , , , . . 1 . 11 - . - . ' 7 7 7 gy ms . ' . . . - . 'rw ,H 1 1 1 1 1 5,1576 ,JM fa, . l . . l . . l f ' " ,' 111 1 1 1 .1-, . ,kV, , 1?iNL,?k',a R , . , , . . 1 . , . 1 ff 5 1 1 1 ' 9 1 1 1 1 1 Z 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' A 1 1 1 1 1 1 gg 1 ' 1 1 . . . , 1 . 1 1 , K' ' 1 1 1 . . . , , 1 1 S 1 ' 1, ' The candidates for HOWELL, JOHN DAVID: Transferred from Quitman, Georgia 9 . . . HOWSE, DOROTHY LEE: Los Sombreros Altos 9, 105 Latin Club 115 National Honor Society 11, 12, Secretary-Treasurer 12g DAR Award 11g Annual Staff 11, 12 Organization and Index Editor 125 Hurricane Players 12- Senior Play 12- National Thespian 12 . . . HUNT G MARION . HUTCHESON JUDY ELAINE: . . IRWIN RICHARD W.: Annual Staff Photographer 11 12 . . . JEF 1" HELEN JANET- Latin Club 9' Beta Tri-Hi- Y 10 11 12 Secretary 12- Hurricane Players 11 12- Los Sombreros Altos 11 12- -Spanish National Honor Society 12' Junior Play Committee 11- Homeroom Treasurer 12- Senior Play Committee 12- National Thespian Society JEFFORDS MALLORY JERRY JENKINS JACK HEWLETT JERNIGAN DELL T JOHNS ROBERT EDWARD Junior Varslty Football 10 Tec Club 12 JOHN SON A BERNARD Transferred from Cross City Flonda 12 JOHN SON ANN ELIZABETH Homeroom Secretary 9 10 Latin Club 10 Anchor Club 10 11 12 Secretary 12 Los Sonibreros Altos 11 12 Hrstonan 12 Annual Staff 11 12 Class Editor 12 Hurricane Players 11 12 Span ish National Honor Society 12 Junior Play Committee 11 Senior Play Committee 12 JOHNSON JOSFPHINE BROOKS Transferred from Gainesville Georgia 12 Crvrnettes 12 Hurricane Players 12 JOINER DONALD R Student Council 9 Junior Varsity Football 9 Baseball 9 Captain 12 Homeroom President 11 12 Vrce President 10 Page One Hundred Enght Most Exhausted multiplied as Howell Howse Hunt Hutcheson ai Irwin Je d Jeffords Jenkins 1 r 9 ' : ' ' 9 ' 7 7 ls ' 1 Y 3 5 7 l Y . . . . , . K , : . . . , .: . . . , , . : ' , ' . . . - 3 : a S ' Q ' . . . , . : ' ii . . , . 5 . . 5 . , n Q , 10, 11, 12g Sophomore Frolics King 105 Varsity Football 10, 11, 12, Co- ' ' f the last days Iernlgan jomer rushed by and graduation came closer Iohns jones, C E Kee Keene Kelly Kenworthy johnson, A johnson, A E Iohnson,I B Jones, P M Kallman Kaufman JONES CHARLES EDWARD JONES PATRICIA MAE Homeroom Secretary 10 Beta Trl H1 Y 11 Latm Club 11 Natlonal Honor Soclety 12 C00perat1ve Busmess Educatlon 12 KALLMAN CLAYTON HARRY Latm Club 9 10 Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 11 12 Freshman Hop Com mlttee 9 Track 10 11 12 Cross Country 11 Sophomore Frollcs 10 Le Bouffons 11 12 Wheel Club 10 11 12 Iumor Play 11 jumor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 KAUFMAN IOAN CAROL Los Sombreros Altos 9 V1oe Presrdent 12 Hurncane Players 11 12 Jumor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 Latm Club 11 JUHIOI' Play Commlttee 11 Homeroom Vlce-President 12 Natronal Thespnan Soclety 12 Natxonal Honor Soclety 12 KEE, HAROLD WAYNE Homeroom Vlce Pmsldent 10 Sergeant 'lt Arms 11 Chorus 11 12 GHS Quartet 11 12 Busmess Manager for Chorus 11 Hurncane Players 11 Semor Play 11 KEENE HENRY HANSFORD KELLY RUTH ANN Cooperatne Busmess Educatlon 12 KEN WORTHY FLORENCE ADELAIDE Pep Club 9 Freshman Hop Com rmttee 9 Keyettes 10 11 12 Servlce Chzurman 12 Homeroom Secretary 11 12 Hurncane Players 11 12 jumor Play Committee 11 jumor Semor Prom Commxttee 11 Semor Play Commlttee 12 Page One Hundred Nune ,, 1 'sy as M' 4 , I . . . , 1 ' ' . 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S ' I Kld Day found semors qulte ready to revert to Kerkesner Kessler Ketcham Klrkpatrlck Klttler Kmght Kolar Kolank Kopelowltz Larche KERKESNER WILLIAM CLINTON KESSLER WILLIAM JOSEPH JR Hurncane Players 11 12 Natlonal Thesplan SOCl6ty 12 KETCHAM VIRGINIA ALICE Transferred from Largo Florrda 10 Dlversxfxed Cooperatxve Traxmng 12 FHA 12 KIRKPATRICK JOHN WATI' Transferred from P K Yonge 10 Gamma H1Y 11 19 Jumor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 KITTLER MARGARET ALICE Glrls Chorus 9 Cooperatlve Busmess Educatlon 12 KNIGHT MARCUS JEROME Freshman Hop Commlttee 9 Pep Club 9 Vlce Pres1dent 9 Beta H1 Y 11 12 Humcane Players 12 Semor Plav Commlttee 12 KOLAR ROBERT VICTOR Pep Club 9 Freshman Hop Commxttee 9 Student Councll 10 Band 10 11 12 Band Councxl 11 Jumor Play Commlttee 11 Semor Play Commlttee 12 KOLARIK JAMES MILAN Latm Club 10 Los Sombreros Altos 11 12 Latham Lee, M R Lee, W R Lesueur Page One Hundred Ten o o n I H 0 .1 , x, 6" ' . 2' K . K L . X . . . , : . . . , , . . . . . . 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My . . . . chlldhood for awhlle l Ti Levy Llchtenwalter Lrghtsey Lower Luclus Lynn Lytles McAliley KOPELOWFIZ DAVIDA Class Pres1dent9 10 Student Counc1l9 10 11 12 Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 Treasurer 10 Homeroom Presrdent 9 Annual Salesman 9 10 Keyettes 10 11 12 President 12 Tenms Team 10 11 12 Amerrcan Legron Award 10 Nrtxonal Honor Soclety 11 12 Grrls State 11 LARCHE WILLIAM LAWRENCE Homeroom Sec retary 9 Presldent 10 Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 11 Sergeant at Arms 10 V1cePres1dent 11 Freshman Hop Commxttee 9 Master of Ceremomes VVhee1 Club 10 11 12 Treasurer 11 V1cePres1dent 12 Iunlor Varsity Basketball 10 Student Council 10 11 12 Treasurer 12 Swxmmmg Team 10 Amerlcan Leglon Award 10 Sophomore Frolrcs Commxttee 10 Semor Play 11 Les Bouffons 11 Natronal Thespxan SOClCty 11 12 Hrstonan 12 Humcane Players 11 12 jumor Play 11 National Honor Soclety 11 12 Vlce Presldent 12 junior Semor Prom Commrttee 11 Natlonal Ment Scholarsh1p Semlflnallst 12 Transferred from Mflcon Georgxa 12 Los Sombreros Altos 12 Spanlsh Natlonal Honor SOCIETY 12 Chess Club 12 LEE MARTHA ROSA Transferred from Branford Flonda 11 D1StY1but1V6 Educatlon 11 12 V1ce Presldent Homeroom Secretary 12 LEE WALTER RIEFLER Iumor LATHAM BENIAMIN FRANKLIN 11 V1ce Presldent 12 Sophomore Frollcs Commrttee 10 Track 11 12 Tec Club 10 IUIIIOI' Semor Prom Commlttee 11 LESUEUR BAR BARA JEAN Transferred from Florence South Carolma 11 Alpha Tn H1 Y 11 12 Iumor Semor Prom Commrttee 11 Hurrlcane Players 12 LEVY NANCY ANN Transferred from San Antomo Florlda 10 Student Councrl 10 Future Nurses 11 12 Hlstonan 12 LICHTENWALTER LOIS ANN Pep Club 9 Beta Tn H1Y 10 11 12 Iumor Senlor Prom Commrttee 11 Future Teachers 12 Seruor Play Commlttee 12 LIGHTSEY SARA YVONNE Pep Club 9 Iunlor Semor Prom COmm1tt66 11 FHA 12 LOWER GEORGE FRANCIS LUCIUS FRANK MAURICE LYNN SHERMAN IOHNNIE Transferred from Mayo Flonda 9 Band 9 10 11 Drversxfred COODCIAUVC Tra.mmg 11 LYTLES MATTIE ANN FHA 9 Chorus 10 11 12 Para MCd1C3.1 Club 10 11 12 Secretary Treasurer 11 Presldent 12 Melodettes 11 12 Latm Club 11 Beta Tn H1 Y 12 MCALILEY IDA HOWELL Orchestra 9 10 11 12 Freshman Hop Ormmrttee 9 Latm Club 10 11 12 Sophomore Frohcs Commlttee 10 Student Councxl 10 Homeroom Secretary 11 Anchor Club 11 12 Les Bouffons 11 12 jumor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 Page One Hundred Eleven . . a 5 l y S . x 1 it , 5 , s 9 ' 5 . C I 7 Q , y J Q. 3 . Q. , , 5 . . 1 5 2 . . , S Q ' . . . , : - 'V I Q , u 5 - , , , - - 1 , Y 3 Y , , 5 7 . - . 3 . . 5 . , y 9 5 . . S . . C 3 . . S . 9 f 5 . . . . , , . . g ' , , 4 ' 9 ' - ' , , I V ' A . - . S . - . . 9 . . . .-. . 1 I . , : L , . S Q . I ' ' 5 . . . , I I , . 5 . . . . , 7 . - ' 9 . . . , 1 ' Varsity Football 95 Freshman Hop Committee 95 Homeroom Treasurer 10, , . - . 5 . . S , S . 5 ' - ' ' . . . . , - y : y . S .- .- A , 5 . - . . 5 . I C , 2 ' , ' 9 ' g , , ' ' . . . , : X 5 .- .- H , , Q . - . . 3 Z . . - . I , : 3 . - . . 3 . . . , . . . , . , : , . Q , , Q . .. ' . . . G Q ' I 9 5 9 1 a S I 1 2 1 ' 9 U 3 2 9 ' g '- '- . . . , : , , , s ' 4 ' 1 , , 4 ' ' 4 ' s 5 , s ' , 5 ' - ' ' - McCULLARS, ARTHUR LANE: Homeroom Secretary 9, Chaplain 11, Sergeant-at-Amis 12, Gamma Hi-Y 12 . . . McDONALD, HARRIET ALENE: Transferred from Midland, Texas 12, Coooperative Business Edu- cation 12 . . . McDOWALL, ANN SABIN: Homeroom President 9, 11, Treasurer 10, Secretary 12, Los Sombreros Altos 9, 10, Civinettes 10, 11, 12, President 11 . . . McFERRIN, PHILIP NORTH: Los Sombreros Altos 9, 10, 11, 12, Wheel Club 10, 11, 12, Chaplain 11, 12, Spanish National Honor Society 11, 12, Latin Club 11, 12, National Honor Society 11, 12, junior-Senior Prom Committee 11 . . . McCILVARY, MARY KATHLEEN . . . MCKEAN, MARY PAGE: Latin Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Consul 9, 11, Treasurer 10, Secretary 12, Hurricane Players 9, 10, 11, Freshman Hop Committee 9, Sophomore Frolics Committee 10, Annual Staff 11, 12, As- sistant Editor 11, Editor-in-Chief 12, Student Council 11, 12, Recording Secretary 11, 12, National Honor Society 11, 12, Historian 12, Iunior Play 11, Junior-Senior Prom Committee 11, American Legion Award 11 . . . MCLANE, GAYLE GRACE: FHA 9, Pep Club 9, Beta Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 12, Senior Play 10, 11, Junior Play 11, Hurricane Players 11, 12, National Thespian Society 11, 12, Chaplain 12, Chorus 11, 12, Treasurer 12, Melodettes 12 . . . MCMICHEN, TROY LAWRENCE: Track 10, FFA 11, Diversified Cooperative Training 12 . . . MCNICOLL, ROBERT A.: Transferred from Miami, Florida 11, Los Sombreros Altos 11, 12, President 12, Spanish National Honor Society 11, 12, Vice-President 12, National Honor Society 12, Cross Country 11, junior Play 11, Hurricane Players 11 . . . MCPPIEE, SANDRA VICTORIA: Distributive Education 12. hrs! McCullars McDonald McDowell McFerrin Last Will and Testament . . a deposit of advice M I CH Pranksters Maryanne Awtrey and Ed W'elch, amred with slingshot and prompt card, demonstrate the humor which won for them the title of the WITTIEST. Page One Hundred Twelve McGilvary McKean McLane McMichen I NIc1N1coll McPhee Nladsen NI lllarcl learned the hard Way MADSEN JAMES ROLAND Transferred from Tuscon Arizona 10 MALLARD BARBARA JEAN Junlor Vlrslty Cheerle'1der 9 10 Vxrslty Cheerleader 11 19 Ilnmcrnom Trc lsurer 9 12 Vue Presldent 11 Fresh man Hop Comnnttu 9 Alpha Trl H1Y 10 11 10 Sophomore Frollcs Committee 10 Jumnr Scmor Irom Comnnttu 11 NIALPHURS BETTY JEAN Cooperatlu Buslnus FC1llLltlOI'l 12 MALPHURS DOROTHY LEE Cooperfztnr Busmcss I'llllLltl0n 12 MARCHAND NANCY LEE Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 11 17 Spwnlih IN1t1on'11 Honor Souety 11 12 LesBouff0ns11 17 'NIAROINEY BARBARA MARSHALL ALFRED PRITCHARD Vlrslty lrontlmlll NI llllgtl' 17 MARSHALL WILLIAM HUGHES MASON DONT CANNON Pep Club 9 Los Sombreros Altos 10 Clmmw H1 Y 10 11 Ilomc room Tn lsurer 11 Tec Club 11 Junlor Semor Prom Comnnttu ll lJlS1I'llJllllVl Ef1llC.11lOI'l 12 MAULDIN BARBARA JEAN r1vI'll1SllII'1tl from xxllllS1OIl Florldr 10 FHA 11 12 Pam Medlcal Club 19 NIAXYVP1 I VELDA JEAN NIELVIN EVELYN MAE Dlverslfled Coopmrrhu lrumm, 12 Secretarv 12 Malphurs, B. J. Marshall, W. H. Malphurs, D. L. Mason Marchand Maroney M2l'Sll21l, A- P- Mauldin Maxwell Melvin Page One Hundred Thirteen The awards assembly finally came, and the departing ,..-. 1504 HM MOST TALENTED Eleanor Broome and Bill Amett hail with their contagi- ous smiles and catch you in their world of laughter, wit, and comic dramas. MILLER, MARILYN ROSEMARY: Pep Club, Secretary 9, Beta Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Historian 12, Junior-Senior Prom Committee 11, Los Sombreros Altos 11, 12, Hurricane Players 11, 12, Junior Play Committee 11, Senior Play Committee 12 . . . MILLER, WILLIAM C.: Los Sombreros Altos 9, 10, Annual Staff 11, 12, Photographer 11, Photography Editor 12, National Honor Society 12 . . . MORATTO, MARTHA SUE: FFA 95 Diversified Cooperative Training 12, Distributive Education 125 Homeroom Vice- President 12 . . . MORGAN, THEODORE RALPH: Band 9g Diversified Cooperative Training 11, 12 . . . MORGESON, JAMES THOMAS . . . MOTT, JAQUELINE: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 9, Intramurals 9, 10, Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Pep Band-10, 11, 12, Orchestra 10, Los Sombreros Altos 12, Civinettes 11, 12, Chaplain 125 Hurricane Singers 12 . . . MURPHEY, MARTHA EDWINNA: Homeroom Vice-President 9, President 11, Los Sombreros Altos 9, 10, Freshman Hop Committee 9, Hurricane Players 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 11, Secretary 12, Keyettes 10, 11, 12, Historian 11, 12, Junior Play Committee 10, 11, Sophomore Frolics Committee 10, Student Council 11, 12, Safety Chairman 11, Hurricane Herald Staff 11, 12, Feature Editor 11, Managing Editor 12, Latin Club 11, 12, Senior Play Committee 11, 12, National Thespian Society 12, National Honor Society 12 . . . NALL, PAMELA SOPHIE: Cooperative Business Education 12 . . . NEICHBORS, JENNY LYNN: Pep Club 9, Opti-Miss Club 10, Treasurer 10, Intramurals 105 Les Bouffons 11, 12, Civinettes 11, 12 . . . NORTON, JAMES WAYNE: FFA 9, 104 Homeroom Chaplain 10, Para Medical 125 Track 12 . . . NORWOOD, PAULA JEAN: Anchor Club 10, 11, 12, His- torian 11, Chorus 11, 12, FFA Sweetheart 115 Cooperative Business Edu- cation 12. Page One Hundred Fourteen CW' Miller, M. R. Miller, W. C Moratto Morgan Morgeson Mott Murphey Nall lettermen were given a resounding ovation 1494 1-:P Neighbors Norton Norwood Olmger O Steen Outler Pac Padgett Page Pardr Parker Parrish Peck Peeples OLINCER WILLIAM DAVID Homeroom Treasurer 9 President 10 Student Counc1l9 10 11 12 Treasurer 11 Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 Junior Varslty Basketball 9 10 Freshman Hop Commlttee 9 Swrmmxng 10 11 12 State Dmng Ch1mp1on Sophomore Commrttee 10 Class PICSI dent 11 Vlce Presldent 12 V1rs1ty Basketball 11 12 Latm Club 11 Boys State 11 INat1onal Honor Sou ty 11 12 Junlor Semor Prom Comnuttee 11 Gamma H1 Y 10 11 12 Presxdent 12 Vrce Presrdent of Student Body 12 GLORIA JEAN Student Council 10 Los Sombreros Altos 11 12 Home room Treasurer 12 PAC GREGORY LLOYD Sen1or Play Comm1ttee PADCETT PHYLLIS MARIE PACE WILLIAM OMER PARDI MARCO MAURIZIO Transferred from P K Yonge 11 Hurrrcane Herald Staff 11 Hurucane Players 11 I2 Track 12 PARKER, KAREN LEE Los Sombreros Altos 9 10 Hurrncane Players 11 12 Iumor Play Comm1ttee 11 Semor Play Commrttee 12 Natronal Thesplan Society 12 PABRISH ELMA ELIZABETH Lat1n Club 9 10 Homeroom Secre tary 9 VICE Presldent 10 Presld nt 11 Pep Club 9 Secretary Treasurer 9 Les Bouffons 11 12 Clvmettes 11 12 junxor Semor Prom Commxttee 11 Annual Staff 12 PECK NIARY SHARON Freshman Hop Com mrttee 9 Iumor Varsity Cheerleader 9 Homeroom V1cePres1dent 9 Treasurer 11 Pep Club 9 Iunlor Semor Prom Committee 11 Les Bouffons 11 12 Hurrlcme Play ers 11 17 Semor Play Commlttee 19 PEEPLES NIIINOR T 'msferred from Fort know: Kcntuvky 10 junior Varslty Foot ball 10 Beta H1 Y 10 11 17 Homeroom Treasurer 10 Varsrty Football 11 12 IUDIOI Semor Prom Commlttee 11 Page One Hundred Fufteen 1 ' - as "" ' an J ge ' E A X ' c 3 Y , 2 , ' 9 . ' ,,,, 1 9 , s 4 . . , S , . Q . . 4 , , , I . 5 . S .- y . - . L t . A , , 5 . Q 5 , . J ,e Y , Q . - . . 5 l' n Q 1 I i I ' 1 Q Homecoming Chairman I2 . . . O'STEEN, DOROTHY NELL . . . OUTLER, g 3 . Q I 1 5 ' . . . , ' ' : ' ' 12 . . . , . . . , . . . , : . . . 5 ' ' f , Q 'l r , 5 . . . A 2 , s ' ' , 9 ' . S . . S K . . . . . . , 1 1 ' , 5 ' - , . - . y . 6 5 , 1- K 3 , L ' ' 1 5 ' - ' ' ' 5 ' . . . , 1 : ' - . 5 . . g X Q . . - . , s 4 ' - ' ' 9 ' , 'Q ' 1 ' , Lg ' ' ' .. . . . , 1 Y I Tr .A r ., ' . Q 1 A - 4 '- , , La 1 4 ' f , 'L ' -1- ' ' ' - U' X 1'5- 5533: in vy- Penk Pinho Preodor Price Platt Powell Pralle Primo Reaves Reddick The Senior Banquet . . the good food helped overcome Bat, helmet, racquet, and swimming gear overflow from the lockers of MOST ATHLETIC Marnie Creighton and Donny Joiner. PENK, BRAD WVILLARD: Transferred from Stewart, Minnesota 9, Beta Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 105 Swimming Team 11, 12, Les Bouffons 12, Homeroom Vice-President 12 . . . PINHO, MARIA HENRIETTA: FHA 9, Cooperative Business Education 12 . . . PLATT, WILLIAM I.: Band 9, Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12, Science Fair Participant 9, 125 Les Bouffons 11, 12, junior Academy of Science 12g Science Talent Search 12, Chess Club 12 . . . POWELL, L. ALLEN . . . PRALLE, MARILYN LOUISE: Homeroom Treasurer 9, Secretary 11g President 12, Latin Club 10, Civinettes 10, 11, 12, Secretary 10, 11, Swimming Team 10, 11, Hunicane Players 11, 124 Hurricane Herald Staff 11, 12, News Editor 11, Editor-in-Chief 12, Nation- al Honor Society 121 National Thespian Society 12, Senior Play Com- mittee 12 . . . PREODOR, WING SUSAN: Orchestra 95 Freshman Hop Committee 9, Homeroom Secretary 9, President 11, Treasurer 12, Les Bouffons 10, 115 Keyettes 10, 11, 12, Publicity Chairman 10, Annual Salesman 10, Annual Staff 11, 125 Senior Play Committee 125 National Honor Society 12. Reece Revell the sadness Rrce R1ley, I N Reeves Rhea lt all Rldgeway Rrley, P. I PRICE KATHRYW LOUISE Pep Club 9 FHA 9 11 Hurrlcane Players 11 un1or Plu Comnuttrc 11 Home room SCCTLIIYX Trmsurer 12 Co operltlxe Busmc ss Educ 111011 17 'N 11101111 Honor Soclrtx 12 PRINIO SHARNIA TERRELL Tr unsfr rrcd from Dat ltur Alftb tml 12 P1r'1 X11 drml Club 17 FHA 17 I'Illl'I'lL1I1i Htrllcl Stxff 17 Heldllne Edltor 12 REAVES MARTHA LUCILE Student COLlflC1l 9 Orchestra 9 10 11 12 President 11 17 COI1Cf'f1I1llNtCI' 17 I um Club 10 Honuroom Ch'1pl'un 11 Los Sombrcros Altos 11 17 Sprnrsh Nltronll Honor Souety 12 N1fl0Ull Honor Sour tx 11 17 REDDICK YERWA MAE Latln Club 10 11 N1110HllHOl1Of South 17 REECE DALE WALKER L1t1n Club 10 Wheel Chub 11 17 Nlltlon tl Honor Souetv 12 REEVES RONALD WILLIANI Homeroom Vxce Prcsldent 9 Beta H1Y 10 11 Sergeant at Arms 10 REVELL DONNA LOUISE Los Sombreros Altos 10 RHEA DARN ELL Natlonal Honor Socxety 12 Senxor Play 12 RICE JAY DONALD jumor Varsrty Football 9 10 Baseball 9 Homeroom Presrdent 9 Freshman Hop Commlttee 9 Sophomore Frollcs Commrttee 10 Varsrty Football 11 12 Track 11 Iun1orSen10r Prom Commlttee 11 RIDGEWAY DOROTHY MARIE Pep Club 9 Anchor Club 10 11 12 Humcane Play ers 11 12 jumor Play Commlttee 11 12 Senlor Play Comm1ttee 11 12 Natxonal Thespran SOCIGIY 12 RILEY IANICE FHA 9 12 Drversrfled Cooperatrve Trammg 11 Treasurer 11 Drstrrbutne Educatron 12 RILEY PATRICIA IOANNE Student Councll 9 10 Bind 9 10 Sopho more Frolrcs Commrttee 10 Beta Tn H1 Y 11 12 Sergeant at Arms 12 Homeroom Presrdent 11 Secretary 12 Latrn Club 11 Page One Hundred Seventeen x 6 . 1 y . . l , . . ., ., , 1 L I 2. 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' , , - We cleaned our lockers and wondered how so much ROBBINS EDITH MARILYN Transferred from Cross Crty Florlda 11 Chorus 11 Asslstant 12 Hurrxmne Smgers 12 FHA 12 Senlor Play Com mlttee 12 Hurrlcane Players 12 ROGERS HENRY MATTHEWS ROUSSEAU NANCY KATHARINE ROWE IO ALICE Homeroom Annual Salesman 9 Treasurer 9 Secretary 10 Majorette 9 10 11 Co- operatxve Buslness Educatlon 12 ROWLAND DONALD LEE Iumor Varslty Football 9 Iumor Varslty Basketball 9 Baseball 9 11 Varslty Football 11 Varslty Basketball 11 ROWLAND WILBURN EUGENE SCHENCK DONALD MARTINIR FFA9 10 11 Swlmmmg 11 12 Tec Club 12 SEAVER MERRY BETH Latm Club 10 11 CIVIIICHCS 10 11 12 Hurrxcane Players 12 SEAY PATRICIA ANN FHA 12 Mrxed Chorus 12 Para Medlcal Club 12 SI-IEFFIELD VERA PRIS CILLA Para Medlcal Club 12 FHA 12 Grrls Chorus 12 SHEPARD MARGARET ANNE Transferred from Mxaml Flonda 10 Los Sombreros Altos 11 12 Annual Staff 12 SIMMONS REBECCA SUE Homeroom Presxdent 9 10 11 Student Councxl 9 12 Junror Varsity Cheerleader 9 10 Freshman Hop Comnuttee 9 Alpha Trl H1Y 10 11 12 Class Treasurer 10 11 12 Los Sombreros Altos 10 11 12 Sophomore Frohcs Commlttee 10 Queen 10 Vlrslty Cheerleader 11 jumor Semor Prom Commlttee 11 Corresponding Secretary of Student Body 12 Robblns Rogers Rousseau Rowe fl 'FR 'Ui Rowland, D L Rowland, W E Schenck Seaver Seay Sheffreld Shepard Simmons S1m0nS SlmS Page One Hundred Elghveen , 3 v 9 , S 'f S S ' 5 . . . , . . . , - , . . . , : I x 1 Q 1 1 Q ' . . . , : S S r S 5 . . . , - - - s -5 u s S , 5 . . . . , : , 5 , , Q . . . , Z Q 5 K . . . , ' . . , . . . ' , 1 ' - - Q : . . , 5 , 5 . . . , : . ' x . 5 . . I 3 3 7 ! ! Q I x 1 '- l- . 9 v 1 1 x 1 w : S - 1 y S , 5 L .' 5 - , ' . . ' ' , A S x . f . M... ' 15 ,V X-.rg 52,51 ' ' . ,LJ 4 , T 5 P' My rf in sa kyfrfik .V V, z 1 A Q r . 7 W Cf. 3' J x ' 2 'R ,- . . . . , , . E . trash could have accumulated in just four years hilt H! ,Q K J 1 9' fb '1 . 29 was "" 1 Sisk Slaughter Smith, R. B. Stanfield Stapleton Stengel SIMONS, MARGARET EULALIA: FHA 9, 115 Latin Club 105 LOS Som- breros Altos 10, 11 . . . SIMS, VIRGINIA LEE: Transferred from Shaker Heights, Ohio 105 Chorus 10, 11, 125 Latin Club 105 Les Bouffons 11, 125 Beta Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Iunior-Senior Prom Committee 115 Hurricane Players 125 Homeroom Vice-President 12 . . . SISK, STEVE GREGORY: FFA 9, 105 Los Sombreros Altos 11 . . . SLAUGHTER, JOHN EIDELL: Latin Club 105 Les Bouffons 105 Iunior Play 115 Hurricane Players 12 . . . SMITH, RONALD BASSEL: Band 10, 11, 125 Les Bouffons 11, 125 Key Club 125 National Honor Society 12 . . . SMITH, WARD HERVEY: Transferred from Camilla, Georgia 105 National Honor Society 12 . . . SNEERINGER, I. PATRICIA: Freshman Hop Com- mittee 95 Sophomore Frolics Committee 105 Junior Play Committee 10, 115 Senior Play Committee 11, 125 Hurricane Players 10, 11, 125 Les Bouffons 11, 125 Beta Tri-Hi-Y 125 Hurricane Herald 12 . . . STANFIELD, JAMES F .... STAPLETON, JAMES GILBERT: Band 95 Hurricane Herald Staff 11, 12, News Editor 125 Orchestra 12 , . . STENGEL, HERBERT G. . . . STINSON, LULA ANN . . . SWANSON, DAVID LOUIS: Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Orchestra 10. 3 Smith, W. H. Sneeringer Stinson Swanson Undaunted by the sea of unread books, Mary Bennett and Linton Herbert continue to pursue a LOVE OF SCHO- LARSHIP. 5 ff Fr Only the nonconformlsts, boys, and our teachers TALLMAN, RICHARD JAMES . . . TANNER, DAVID RICHARD: Homeroom Vice-President 9, 10, Chaplain 125 junior Varsity Football 95 Varsity Football 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 125 junior-Senior Prom Com- mittee 11 . . . TAVOLAR, JOYCE ADA: Hurricane Herald Staff 11, 12 . . . TAYLOR, DONNA F .... TEACUE, SHERRILL DEVEU: Iunior Varsity Football 9, 10, Track 9, 10, 11, Beta Hi-Y 10, 11, 123 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 115 Les Bouffons 11, 125 Diversified Cooperative Train- ing 12 . . . THOMAS, BEATRICE CAROLYN: Freshman Hop Committee 9, Homeroom Treasurer 10, Secretary 11, Annual Salesman 11, 12, Chaplain 125 Sophomore Frolics Committee 10, Civinettcs 10, 11, 12, Historian 12. . . THOMAS, MARY IEANETTE: FHA 9, Diversified Cooperative Training 11, 12 . . . THRASHER, BARTON EUGENE: Varsity Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 . . . THREATTE, LESLIE LEE: Latin Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Orchestra 10, 11, 12, Les Bouffons 10, 11, Vim--President 11, National Honor Society 12... THRUSTON, RONALD HENRY: Band 9, 10, 11, Orchestra 10, 11, 12, Variety Band 105 Hurricane Players ll, 12, Junior Play Committee 11, 12, Senior Play Committee 11 12- National Thespian Society 12' Latin Club 11 TISDALE DAY ID VVARREIN IR Transferred from Green Cove Springs Floridl 11 Homt room Secretary Tre isurer 12 Beta H1 Y 12 Treasurer 12 TOVVINSEND YVADE HAMPTON JR Homeroom Sec retary 9 Iumor X nrsitx Foothill 9 10 junior Senior Prom Committee 11 AC' Teague Thomas, B C Thomas, M I Thrasher Threatte Thruston Tisdale Townsend Tramham Tucker Page One Hundred Twenty , y , I Y , 1 . . . , .. . ' ' . . , . f- ,. 1 , '- , . , . . , . , x ' - . . . . , 1 .. - s ' . ' ' m y - , - ai . -.E.f,1nff.Zf,.. . H ' ' ' . . held back the tears at graduation, Iune third TRAINHAM, DONALD I.: Transferred from Carthage, New York 12 . . . TUCKER, MARIFRANCES: Transferred from Balboa, Canal Zone, Panama 105 Los Sombreros Altos 10, 11, 12, Swimming Team 10, 11, 125 Home- room President 10, 115 Sophomore Frolics Committee 105 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 11, Varsity Cheerleader 11, junior Play 11, Spanish National Honor Society 125 Senior Play Committee . . . TUSSINCER, PATRICIA GAYLE: Distributive Education 12, Diversified Cooperative Training 12 . . . TYRE, DOROTHY CORINNE: Student Council 95 Home- room President 9, Vice-President 10, President 125 Freshman Hop Com- mittee 9g Latin Club 10, Hurricane Players 11, 12, National Thespian Society 12, junior Play Committee 115 Senior Play Committee 12, National Honor Society 12 . . . VAN ALLEN, DAVID GARRETT: Band 10, 115 Dis- tributive Education 12. President 125 Diversified Cooperative Training 12 . . . VILLENEUVE, MYRNA LAVERNE: Transferred from Orlando, Florida 115 Girls' Chorus 115 Mixed 11, 12, Homeroom Chaplain 115 Civinettes 11, 125 Melodettes 12 . . . WALKER, MARY ANNE: Chorus 9, Beta Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Annual Salesman 10, 11, FHA 12, Secretary 12 . . . WALKER, WILLIAM RONALD: Freshman Hop Committee 95 Hurricane Herald Staff 11, 12, Sports Editor 12 . . . WALLACE, VELVA RENE: Cooperative Business Education 12 . . . WVARREN, NANCY IUNE . . . WASS DE CZECE, MIKLOS: Transferred from Fort McCoy, Florida 105 Homeroom Vice-President 10, Chaplain 11, Latin Club 10, 11, 12, Secretary 115 Los Sombreros Altos 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 11, Sophomore Frolics Com- mittee 105 Swimming Team 105 Student Council 11, 12, Junior Play 115 Spanish National Honor Society 115 junior-Senior Prom Committee 115 Senior Play Committee 12 . . . WATSON, CHARLES RICHARD. BIOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Dovey Kopelowltz and Bill Hartman anticipate with smiles the day when this Tussinger Tyre Walker, R. Wallace lin' Van Allen Villeneuve Walker, V A Warren Wass WRCSOII And now, our parting thought: How will GHS ever if 1 Ia is Webb D Webb M Welght Wester Whlte, G S VVh1te,j A WEBB DIANE MARIORIE FI'LSllI11lI'1 Hop Commxttcr 9 Queen 9 junlor V'1rs1ty Churlr ulrr 9 IO Homr room Surttlrx Tn rsunr 9 10 Presrdent 11 Vrce Pre slclrnt 12 PI p Club 9 Stuclcut Cc unul 9 Vlce Pri srclent of Cliss 10 Alphr I'rI 111 Y 10 11 17 Sophomorr Prolus Comnuttee 10 Varslt Churlz ulrr 11 JIIIIIOY S4 mor Prom Comnuttu 11 Los Sombrnros Pl'1y COIIIIIIIIILL 12 WEBB MARCARET ANNE WEIGHT CHUCK HENRY Tr msff rrr rl from V Ilprruso lnclunl 10 'lee Club 11 WEIL IANET PRISCILLA Drursrfud Coopmrltlu Trunmg 11 Drs fI'lblI1IVC Eclucltlon ll 19 Trc lsunr 1 WELCH EDWARD FRANCIS Trmsfcrrul from Durlluu Yun llunpslurr 10 Los Sombreros Altos 11 12 Hurrumr PllXll'S 11 Iumor C1188 Pl ly 11 CIIDIIII HI Y 12 Student Counul 12 Nlllfllll Thcsprln South 12 VVESTER CHIP THOMAS HENRY Latin Club 9 10 Sophomore Froolrcs Conmuttre 10 Betfi HIY ll 12 SILNIITX ll jumor S4 mor Prom Comnuttee 11 Les Bouffons 11 T uk 11 19 VVHITE CAYIE S YVHITE IULIA ANNE L1tln Club 10 11 jumor Plu Commlttu ll Nltronll Honor Soclety 12 COODITIIIXL Busuuss Educ Itron 12 Home room Vloe Preslclent WHITTEN JAMES AUSTIN Trmsfc rrrcl from Nhum Fl0l'lLll 11 FFA 12 Secrctlry 12 WILCOX EVEI YN LOUISE Los Somlzreros Altos 10 Crvmettrs 10 11 12 les Bouffons 11 12 IumorS1mor Prom Comrnlttee 11 jumor PIII Comnuttec 11 IIlll'l'lClI1i Plurrs ll 12 Home room Chiplfun 11 Sanur Pln Couumttec 12 XVII LIAMS CHRIS TOPHER RICG VVII I IANIS LOIS NELITA FHA 9 11 L05 Som breros Altos 11 12 Page One Hundred Twenty Two Well Welch Whltten Wllcox Wlllrams, C R Wrlllams, L N Wllllams, S N Wllhams, T F n 1 . y V 1 ' 6 ' ' ' I wr. f . I E A I r, ,, ' . I 11 : 2-QilQiI'2f' ng. P Y b - 1' fe. I X 531, ' ' Q g 3 l , . . . , Z X' 2 I I 'I , Q . K ' ,, ,Z , v L , I- ,L I-, .if I , y N' , ' - HJ . -3 I A K Q , '7 I' 2 , rf . . g 1 - - , , -g - . ' y I . .A 1 Q ' -S . ' ' I I S 1 Altos 11 12' Homer-ominf Smonsor 125 Hurricane Plavers 12g Senior A , , . ' 1 ' 'f . . . , 1 . . . , 1 I ' 1 I I 4 I A' .I f 1 1 S , : a" 5 '- ' ' ? 'I ' , ..., '15 ' 2 . . . ' , , : 1 .' ' ' 1 , . ' ' 1 I ' ' g ' 1 , 3 "1 - 11" J g ' 1 1 g -I 1 '- 4 C . V. ' X . , . ', ,' , . 4 , 1 I , 4 . I l ..f . . . , ' ' 3 3 1 4 '- Y , 1 . I 5 rf I ' - I ' ' 5 gn' ,...... ,, . , , , 'Q I I ' , s ' 1: ' -A 4 1 ' 1 I it be . 4 ii bk. -Z I . - 2 . gg, A 12 - -- , I 2 I ' X . '1 ', ' 1 5 2 A 5 1 '- , , -Q I S .' , g ' - X ' K I. 5 LI' , ' I 3 "1 - g , -5 y- -- ,. I' 1 .' g . ' '1 ah' , ' 2 .. . . . , , - ,- 1 . . . J 4 . , Z , Q ' - . jk , - - survive without us . . the best seniors ever I ,db Williams, W. D. Wilson Winn Winsor ,MF ,,,...- WILLIAMS, SARAH NELL . . . WILLIAMS, THOMAS FRANKLIN: Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 . . . WILLIAMS, WALTER DELLWYN: Home- room President 9, 10, Freshman Hop Committee 9, Gamma Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Historian 12, Sophomore Frolics Committee 105 Swimming Team 10, 11, 129 Student Council 11, 12, junior-Senior Prom Committee 115 Junior Play 11, Hurricane Players 11, 124 National Thespian Society 11, 12, Boys' State 11g President of Student Body 12 . , . WILSON, DONNA SUE: Civinettes 10, 11, 12, President 12, Sophomore Frolics Committee 11, junior Play Com- mittee 11 . . . WVINN, BYRON MAINER: Homeroom Vice-President 9, 11, Annual Salesman 105 Latin Club 9, 105 Wheel Club 11, 12, President 12, Junior-Senior Prom Committee . . . WINSOR, ANNE LOUISE: Home- room Vice-President 9, Treasurer 11, Keyettes 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 9, Tennis Team 11, 12 . . . WITT, CLARENCE EDWARD IR.: Band 10, 11, 12, Orchestra 10, 12g Dance Band 11 . . . VVOLFE, IUDITH ANN: Trans- ferred from jacksonville, Florida 11g Hurricane Players 12 . . . WOLFE, MARY ELLEN: Los Sombreros Altos 9, 10, 11, 12, Vice-Presidnet 11, 123 Anchor Club 10, 11, 125 Les Bouffons 10, 11, Junior-Senior Prom Committee 11g Spanish National Honor Society 11, 12, President 11, 12, National Honor Society 11, 12, Annual Staff 12, Hurricane Players 12 . . . YOUNGBLOOD, IRMA LUCILLE: junior-Senior Pro-m Committee 11, Cooperative Business Education 12, President 124 Homeroom President 12, National Honor Society. 5 Witt Wolfe, A- Papers, papers, papers, surround Dottie Howse and Bill Olinger, who Wolfe, M- E- Youngblood don't seem to mind all the work that they get asked to do as the MOST DEPENDABLE. Page One Hundred Twenty-Three 'B 'fegsfffff t f f . fftfgf, V, 4. , , . , Q, ,, A 4, , W.- ff .L -- , , V fs , gd at ,fe fy Q , ,n ary I 'Hank I f' A 1 f-A, it 1 A V ,,r,,, W 27 , nl , ,V bit, Q. ' ' -sa-141.35 k.ff3,,,,Q . . - rw . 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'51 r 4 . - '- N 'WG' sa. 1: air- , ' J A ' ' r Xt presidentg and David Aeree Elizabeth Acree Don Adams Sherri Adams Betty Ahrens Pat Allen Cynthia Ambrose Brad Armstrong Ann Arnow Cary Ash Sharon Ayers Pat Baber Ioe Bannister Betsy Bartlett Bea Bass Jane Ann Baughan jay Beekenhaeh Carolyn Bell joyee Beltz Chris Benninger Scotty Benson Sherrie Bertie Bohby Bishop Our Vlfglfild Blanton Frances Bolton Dons Boone Shlrley Boston Nlancy Botts Frances Bovcc Sus ln Bowman Tommy Brahh lm Vernard Br lnnen Davld Brlstow JIIH Brogdon Kenneth Brooker joan Brown V1ck1 Brown Glenda Brunson Bxll Bryant Pat Burnette Charles Bush Barbara Bussard Barb Ira Cake Lmda Gall C lnnon NIIITII Carr Nancy Carter lean Ch lmhnrs Anne Chlplcy Fred Clark Bonnle Clark Buddy Coleman Bettv jean Collms C erry C ombs Barbara Cook john Coolndge C ecllla Cow an Niarshall Crosby Howard Crown Beckv Cunha Sus ln Curly Barbara Dana jean Davls Pat Davls Fred Dlxon Bruce Dorsey offlcers led us ln a Wonderful lunlor year -Q '74 'mf v-gf ' 1.1-if Q-Sb' ,pdf N7 YW' xxx MN' tw? '11 'mi 40 'Sing F' nv xx xX x, .3 'WP' swag Z' vol' x 'T' Kofi as 4 Q P ge O e H dred T envy Five Steve Douthlt Adnan Dovell Ann Durr mee Richard Dusenburv C hrls Edson S1ndr'1 Edu lrcls Reed Ellxs Bucky Elwood Barbara Ernst John Vle Etherxdge Blll Fagan jlmmv F ag In Sharon Fagan James F alrcloth Judy Ferguson Robble F lanlgan Helen Fletcher Jean Flow ers joe Folker Sandra Ford R1Ck Fox Hars ey Free Nlark Frlerson Tommv Furm In Vletor C1150 Bobby G unous H lyw 1rd C ly C' lynelle Glover NI lfg, lret Goff Dlvld Com joy Goldlne, Sarah Goldtrap Lmda Gonseth Lmda Grady Edwm Green Ceraldme Green Rxehard Green Tommy Green Lana Green Sharon Greene Terry Greene Iudy Grey gOeHud ty sad' 'QD M "4?"'T ...df 'QD uf' A Our Iunlor Class wgrrwr' wr' N. eff W' i' 6 'QQ "1-'X W--4' YU? 3,4 Hg!! wh.. HMG we 'Lk unlted to present 60 grads JM? L . X V M' , - -W F , 'J f- Q-M A z . 'z . , T f H I . 1 F f af ' - I ,. U I ' 1 , x . f 4 1 , J ,f ' ff , Ar 2" , ' ' ' ' 'Sw 1, I -- I x - . 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Z ' ve A , 1 A x Q I ' V ' ' . . 1 .l b if . Y 1' , A gg E i i ive,,.i.a . . l N 'X ev E H E -M With a final tribute: the Iunior-Senior Prom Eugene Henry "" "" 1 j' Tom Hendricks ,K ...Vx 1 !. '-1 E, X ,O x , ,. 1 A. Robert Hester Kermit Hilliard I rf Ray Criffis Bryan Crigsby Bob Cwin Fred Hadsock Pete Hahn Graham Haile XVilliam Hale Edna Hamilton Pat Hammock Evelyn Hanna Roy Hannah Shirley Hardison Hugh Harling Gay Harper Frank Harrell Bonnie Harris Yancy Harris Roger Hart Carolyn Hartman Ray Haufler Norma Haviland DeLinda Hawk Dink Henderson Bill Hendricks .Q .Q , N 1 Q 5 1, Paulette Hlnson E ln John Hintermister , , I4 ' " l V ' Many hours are put into planning the unforgettable Junior-Senior K Prom by David Rankin and his committee, supervised by Mrs Buswell. Page One Hundred Twenty-Se e ' 5 An enthnsushc pohticmn Reed hlhs his been 'lppomted a page in the U 5 House of Represent IUXLS durmg., the 1961 session Randy Hudson Ron Hughes Buddy Hull Huland Hunt Cay Hunter Russell Hurd jesse Isaac Louis Iames Bobble Ieffcoat Gloria Ienkms Jeannine johnson Erme jones Freddie jones James jones Judy Jones Lmda jones Ted jones jean Kalser Johnny Kelly Edith Kllllllgel' Duck King Lloyd King Paul Kluge -Nw 91 X. 1' Qi 0'N7 T! W1 Polishing our politics, Smoky Hobbs Ken Hodge C eul Holladay Rose Hoox er Rosem Irv Hoover Andy Horne was U' :ivan Xe 'N' Y X 'wr wi-...., 1804? 5 SX fri 4 K s 9 ' -' 3 - ffm, ,, gf- , I ! rf X . HI I . .L il I - ff' I . on ' " -"lei , "-27' Y , , lf, K. ,Q X Ls: wg, , YV., Q, rx xv , U? 4, J Am nl ,fri J xi,,,1 M In N V 4 4 K , ,gk 4. I X .. lg, 1. - 1 f l ia , ' f f X s. i I .5 AK " I " it f , . ' Kxlwxi R f . , 1 , 4 AV ,W .-'X f lf, 1.'-" 1 i A A X. ij 'Jw ' Q 5 5 4 E M. JK is" .N .', IFN . - hx 225, , Y 4. ' , ,L y .13 ,ny ff Q . is is i ' 'Kiwi ' Ili fl W e ii' ' , 'H ,- A. 1 , Q 'Q i f "g ' 1 A g13Ee"Z'q.. W, :nj - 5 fy "' " w3o'1Ysu. p ' I I in Q Vu' Ab V 1 " 7 5 li, L -x - ff? . -- f I... g -1 iv? , W' ' Jane Iohnston . y o I 4- :ii K. , M Q I I K .Fr 6 x . V Q4 . Q , H A . Q Q-, . -W . A 4, "sg .42 1:-2 . "' ' 1. f e es? ' I 2 '5 L' " . lb ' f 5 I an h My M ,, T. I - V, ' 1 . . f- n H ' of' in M M ' f 3 fp s H , is 5 vp gg .. - . , as Page One Hundred Twenty-Eight We Watched classmates run for student body 0fflC6S 'fur NQFQ' s.u,' GPG' fax ,yas eff? 'C' X 'J' Nu VLAN 'WW' if Q"-9 Q5 f" AUX 54 A r ,,r ,j , xl be Q Y? Gy Page Ellzfngeth Kogcr Andy Kflg Nancy Kuhns Sarah Lflesslc Abbie Leavltt I ucv I ee Davld LCWIS Mary Lewis Steve Llnc Buster Lxpham Nlarllvn Llttle Tlm Love WVayne Love Pam Lydlck Bob Lynn Beverly MCC alllster Vlrglnla McCloud Nancy NICC ormlck Dee Dee McDonald Naomx NIcDonell Carol NIcDow all Judy NIcK1nnev Bobbv NIcLendon Terry McMahon Norman NIcNIullen Pamela McPhee Mary Ann McRae Klt McDonald Peggy Malloy Fred Mason Kenny Nlatheny joe Matthews Judy Nlauldm Iohn Meade Robert Meade Beth Meadows Gayle Meeks Wllham Melvm Dale Mldgette Bruce Muller Randall Milton O e Hundred Twenty N ne . V X . L , X A 4 V , ,Z 2 P -7, 'tr 5-f - - 9.5 .1 , -- -' V ' C s .l I Qi, V, 'Q Q V nf" ' ' R ' V 1 " K XX f' ,, f 59.51. , " A 1 J Q f x 1 ,,.t'.s, l , , , . X 1 .l x. M1- ,f 1 Y no , B- ' Q A "sa X L . 5 Q 'GIF an sig , .Laws x FQ' K w . I '-,.. Q, A b 4 'j' s N, 4 5" . Q -2. ,. - I 6 -'U' k e K f 'T' . L qw nl ,Qk' 1 E sa 4 wk A 'I ' ,- fl 'ff . A ' ElY": A ' A lil. 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Q7 A q A, ' L .--. 51 - 452, ,W . gg wwf L 1 v 3 ' 1' n - i ffm fain C-J' .Z G-6 -dl? lk? 45 59 if--.A -'lk 'G ff Chlp Mxms Dfzvxd Moed Nhl Monroe Clend 1 Moon Bob Morley Betty Morrls jxm Niueller Nlfmcy Mule 1 C arol Murphree jennxe Murphrec N fancy Murphy Xhchele Nazal Ellzabeth NlelS0l1 C00kl6 Nobles Rlcky O Dell Tom O Dell Dlanna Ohver Wllma O Steen Carter Osterbmd jason Outler Kflren Owens janet Parker Sue Pflrker How ard Parrlsh As yumors, we met our flrst experlence ln john P ltrlck Annu Pe lrce Dorothy Pearl N ancy Pepper Lllldq Perrvm in Iohn Pdcrs 53 X NAM NW v2"1 B-vs Ann Plerson Helen Plttm In Patti Pltz Pat Poole ri' .ABP FS Suzanne Porter M Dorian Post B111 Pothler Donald Powell Ellzabeth Powell Cnndy Prevatt ww joy Prlem Pete Purvxe PgO Hu eT' Qu-ug' ,-,QX wr C9 'Nt H99 'W 'S Nhrthl Putn lm Al Raborn Davld Rankm S lndr 1 Rawls Colby Relchcrt lean Reynolds Patrxcl 1 Rlchards Penny Rlchflrds Jody Rmg lean Roberts Sharon Robertson Alfred Roblnson Conme R0blHSOH DeW1tt ROblDSOH Loren Roby jack Rogers Buddy Rowe Lannle Rowelflnd Ronnie Russell Faye Sflnders P'1m Smders Wflyne Sfunford S'llKly Sfmford Llndfn Smdstrom K Fu Kr in-1 "-A-1 if-X 37 rig. vf'X 'lkf as fum lf' C -ag 'W""1' P5 W' nuff' if xl 1 .asf .p....f .cvs-.m"'lLs X Qs? 145' qi W S V-'sh Dan Sapp Lmda Sapp Drew Sappmgton Lorralne Scales Nilke Scott Nlarle Seay Nlarne Servn Iackle Sh Iver judy Slmmons L lmflr Slmmons D'1vnd Slsler -Xlex Smith Clennd 1 Smlth limes Smith -'S jean Smlth of john Smlth 'A Ixennv Smlth Ronnle Smith Pg o H ddrhqyo A C i 2 'C 5: I ,-5 I-1 I C7 3 2 I . , S 1211 S 1, Xxx 5 , A e l . .s . R S 'X R X F ' RW" 'Y' we' 'S -fs I .. W 111' f +, lltg W .mr 4 1 X- . e S' , . , Ax r .T yys, , 1 1 pf' r 'M so F ,rv 'l . , - f D of . k . , F" 'L 'xi K ' ',.. pl L . .54 fp ,ws f 5 31' S A y 'Z , y . 1 . we SMT' WW, A' vp if ,F , V V L . class dramatics, producing the Iunior Play ? i EV , v VV 'iii Li R . I is N R fy he 4' ' , 1 R , R' r :gf in S' f 1 . ' ' S' " 3 L ef f . 5 ln ., A' if T plpll I , 5:2 fe' S y in Q as 1 ' .I we -FL f if -, A , .t . as N' 1 1 . Q " 1 . - R ,W f -' ' . V Sandr 1 Smlth Helen Sneermger Lanny Sommese Ioe Sparks Terry Stechmlller Martha Stedman jean Stephens Mary Ann Stltes Ray Stockdale Gloria Stokes Iacky Strlckland Sharon Strlckland Lrvy Stryker Mary Ann Sulllvan George Swmford Alice Sykes Helen Tanner Anne Taylor Pat Tentarelh 11m Teuton Sandra Teuton Marty Thomas Prlscllla Thomas Russell Thomas Sallre Thomas Sharon Thomas Carolyn Thorpe Carolyn Tltus George Tubb Betty Turlmgton Betty Lou Tyer Eric Van Mlddelem Corrle Van Veldhulsen Johnny Vaughn Candy Vestal Charlene Vldeon Llofyd Vnpperman Ann Vreeland jerry Walker Carol Sue Ward Charles Ward Roland Ward Page One Hund ed Th' ty-Two wi. 4- MHA! is 5-,g 'JB' 2 our yunlor year ended, We suddenly reallzed "SH" bla .QW vp.: 'QM' QW' mr 'ifvzlx ,au fi 'nu 2. X4 f -er if 'ul' w--j' Ill Y7 4 mm 'Ang K Ll NV' T71 ew Y. that We re soon to be semors the Class of 61 Bull VV'n'ne Peggy NVarren Jason W emtr lub Fr in Wenzel Helen YVest john XVh1te Bob xvllltll-Offl Beth YVh1tm Ill Al vVllllJI'fl5 Pollv VV1ll1 IITISOII Blll WV1ll1ford Joyce Wllson NI xry Wfllson P lttl YV1ng Scootty Woodruff Rlch lrcl Worm Roger Young Arnie Zlmmerman Y Sharonbnlglm hellh '15 CamlY'f1Th0rpe tries OH 3 gfadua Clktkllljl linger sln and stxlc s Dl.lllll.l Ulu er .md juan Hon ffgfe In UUUUPHUOU 0f l at great dab' HOW 0nlY 3 Bobmrtx orclar long UK utul Ll us rmg from Xlrs Xllll1.1ITlS ear O nf If ,I A ,-y --N ' ' x . -ff ,":" 6 " ' 1 oifgf, , gl into ., , .4 ' fx, .Lui z ' ' ' f '27 ' f - , J " x - B o lloo ' ff ' ' "'LX'l?,xl -l 5 6 ,. 4 na- '- M- ' -. .' 4? l , A x 4 'gg ' A . . Y BW - . ,Si I A' . ' . . 5 5 " f Q , . oy . 'A 1' l 3554?-if " T' 3 . ' .. Ms 6' A 1 ' I' . , . ' B B . -1 fl' ' B - q , L , ., ' ' B- o 1' if ' - - . Nggg, f K l 'xx 5 f , A X - 6b,.m..,:x , . in . I X WX , ,, ,wtf-1L','t'. A 1? -' Q -rf V 1. , xml l ' X Q'-T333-?:2.4. . .f-fb, 'Q W T 'T 1' l x x , 'llx ' B 3 a 9 9 Page One Hu d ed Th' ty-Three W .V I if 'Uber' rm xmr gygtivq 33031: 1' ' Q wg A r 2 A ll www , ,, "ww --3: and xx -:LGR mamseuluo mg.. ,wh 4 ."'-my ZITI .fffff f'I"" will 1 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Bill Schofield, treasurerg Byron Stams, presidentg Paul Martin, vice-president, and Linda Chamberlin, secretary. Neil Abbey ff l if I, Erwyn Adams -'E W . Y 'ii A 7 A ' A M' if Nancy Adams y 'Q Q Sandra Adams y r Lois Adkins . o ,, i t in i , Iudy Ahrano S i if x P Y by ii N Kenneth Allen Gail Anderson lim Anderson john Anderson Brenda Andrews Rosalyn Ball ll? 'HE xg 'im age f 'avr A' .1 5- Wghviffgg fxiff-'Q-ii EI? ii its Susan Bartley . " a Bob Baynard , . an ,H E Bill Bennett Joe Bennett Nathalie Bessette g E H A uel G in ' A Pat Bianchi if 1134. B, XM 1- 5, 3 Q 17+ R Howard Bishop Clarice Blackburn Kathy Blossom Sarah Blunt Cliff Boals Sandi Bohannon M-uw W Page One Hundred Thirty-Four Sophomore offlcers led ln our second GHS year Vxvnan Bosque Bernie Boshck Susan Bowers Marsha Brannen Iudy Brlll Rlchard Brooker Lmda Brothers jeff Brown Martha Brown Sylvla Bruce Donald Bullard Ed Burgess Cllff Burnham Dan Byrd Tommy Calhoun DlCkl6 Cameron Art Campbell Matt Cannon Elame Carson Clorla Carter Sue Cason Glenda Caswell Lmda Chamberlm Sharon Chambless Ray Cheves Lmda Chlapplm Sandra Coker Nancy Collms Tebbs Conley Larry Cook Lee Coulter Iohn Courtney Tommy Cowart Edward Cowles Clara Cox Lee Crane Robert Crawford Iudy Crenghton Susle Crews Dons Crlbbs Sandy Crockford jesse Crosby at li -f-1 4. 'RG sw., Q""' Wg if --7 'Q K7 ,GQ Auf e Oe Th fyF It 1, . ,- . . . x 'N C , . ' Nfl A . . in , , , -'W N- d, xv 1 55 ' , 'r f ' fn 1 1 Lg N A, N A 75' '25 5 I .W Y,f it ' S' ,rf " ' , 'af ' U A , X ,J ,I - f fa of S, ff w ' 5 A Q1 J f 1 , 1 , l A if - I . , ' V . 1 ,, L? -f 1 ' E Q af! "ffl ' 1 - W 5 4 W I! 5, y 'j Jr A z K f 5 I l I I , A A, L ' i ,1-in iff ' We A 1 'n:,!Q l X L' wif, l .4 5 L l Q ' , lt N 1.1 V U N + 4 ., is , Y 'r- I S at 6- gg: .3 F ' 4 ' qi Q Q ' . . W -l?,Ql K 3? 'Q-Q-ij ai iv 4:1 ki-at aiffiizflflfff-ff:.'2 .3'-1:5-L. A d all :fill tl i 1 . Z1 -X l L' -'MLM " lif e S X , , ' 1 -,,-1 I fa. ax ' qw, . 5 -- . fn . ' ., if 1, . 9, , Y , I E Q wr -4 . ry i at ,f ii, -5 af, as B N f'-1' L In , I mm we ' 'argl fav' V "f ' :,. b S Z. kk V, I 6 V, 'ky 3 , In 1 ,, I ' K W , , KX t 'V -.,. sn ll 1 M' fl l ffftfftaa K Sw A if A 'Cl I -'w . , as " Q , ix ' if - G I ' ' ict' my -5 f- . . , X 'C 4 xv . q hh L ' , ' Q 5 " ' . I , K 4 S Q A y i'..,o !l l rn B 'V .tail ' '- fi ,L 'ti has Q 'S S ,": - K7 'G LM-Q ' 1 :elf f i' ' V X f Y A 'v . VV f if f , L xo 415+ r f a ruflr f ,,, ' C ' ' - ia, of L ' sill S ' NN all 'T JY S' .. ' - r 1 1" ' A tr 1 M M - V: 1 , f Ns-fy A , ? f.. X 1 ' 1 .P ' 4 ' 'Cf' - cp - i, 3' ,f I . , K' x ' 2222 o n Hundred ir - ive Ro-bert Crown Irwin Culberth Sharon Dale Betty Sue Darus jerry Dauphine Don Davis Paul Deardorff Betty Dees Iennie Dekle Kay Denney Steve Diamant Joe Dicks Larry Douglas Don Drew Dorothy Duncan Bailous Dykes Sinclair Eaton Hugh Edwards Down from the balcony for first time since we 1 9 L , 4 , r 7 A , "'V gn fJ'ni'f'i eg jj S ,a ex, fill X if ' '- it N' - V jx ,ff Has' l if K as 54,99 , KK 7 4! ,Q . e A as 3 X- I 1 Nr. "X E if i." i "' l -D A L -,NVQ 63,1 i -hw 4-sv , ,' f .YQ ! Ex I Mutha Sutherland, Jane Hughes, Paula Sommese, Judy Brill, and Joanne Woodward look over a new CHS bus. ge One Hundred Thirty-Six Kathryn Edwards Libby Edwards Rocky Edwards Fred Eidsness james Elmore Mary Elmore Dickie Elwood janet Ernst Frances Eubanks Donna F axo-n Barbara jean Feaste Iohnny Feiber I' ., ,, f fl. ,. X K, 5' W il' K ' n f . ,Nix ff'-1' Nas" gg , ' 1 f' " Y ',i?f.'i',' 'X"f"'T Xa. V. va 5 i U ,Y 4 - .'i S L' 'lg -,wr , J F, A Vg , - M5 '-lb . A lk gi 'S iiiilll i 15, W. .Jw W A .1 Fl Tie "ii , ', A. l A , if-ff 1 A 4 Q 1, ' ,, AL, ,S ' c cyy,y 3 Q a je V 5""'knk 4 , W - Six, A I K 1 .4 r' n Q Q V -1--1 My xv A x VH A U X ,vb f , ,"r fi 1 .. Y mu , WT, 7 Qi 2 U gig! V ' Y W5 5' - ': f"g 'S af.: 4' .fig V is el --, 1 ' , , ,az 'GY' 5 . ..,gimmPw I no , fi ax , I arrived, We're at last just part of the crowd Betty Fender Flo F nka Ina Rae Fletcher Roland Frerkmg Paul F rlese Pat Gale Clara Gann George Garcla Henry Garcla Gary Gardmer Tom Gause Lou Ella Gay Nancy Gay Nilke Gengler Charlotte George Courtney George NI2l'l0l'l Grlhland Mnke Goodmg Nancy Graham Patsy Graham Robln Graham Roger Graham Jeanne Grand Chammle Green Gerry Green Mrchael Green Wllbur Green Betty Jane Green janet Green Alxce Grnggs Bonme Grlffm Jane Guy Ilmmy Guy Robert Haber Ronme Haddock Luther Hadsock Peggy Hadsock Bobby Haines Bob Halbrook Jeannette Hale john Hall if ---1 fq WU'-fy "TX at lu. W-sf 'tw 6 :Q K 'Q +1 'W N 'sa XX fo. PgOHddhf e ,- q' ps.-,aa t .K I , A C ' :QQ . ,gb ,g Q gn Ik , Z K. H nr 1-H, L, . ff ' ,, ,, Y' we f 1 - R nf 1 S 0-A . 1' ' . iw.. if XA a . .. W- H ff' Ki H ff-, .W ' , A .aus ig. , fx v "T I li' fa fi, f -:ll ' my Q ' ' . ,pf . 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L o e ne un re T ir y-Sev COIlCClllfiltlllg on an excuse, Marion Cilliland and George Sims watch as Sandra Ford signs them out in the office. .,l Judy Hall X Q H ' Peggy Halsey V r , ,Nik Billy Holladay Diane Hammock a. ' N fi if ff ? Dot Hampton Ms . fi. 'R 45 Clarence Hannah "' "' l y ...A Ah A ,LMT e vifrl Q X 3 No longer overawed by the upperclassmen, We as Carolyn Harms A . Cornelia Harrell ,gk y B A W, l I' Margaret Harrell Q' 4' -K y , h W Marion Harris 'f 4 , ' 7, . Wi ' i Q Wanda Hart N T' ia, C K Buddy Harvey 1 V y As 'n ,S gg Y ' Q 3. L 1 5, i Gerald Haskins Tom Hatch . if .Q M Roy Haufler M' S 'A' Sandra Haufler if V ,' , B ,MQ Gary Hawk Z Vql - . " i it if fi Mary Ruth Hazen Q 5 X A X I if . K is-'V KX 1 h t , . ' 3'?""' ::.':Z.e,j X irish, s-,Nw ff f Ross Henderson H y Lynda Hendrickson 2 ' , B A l V Ann Henry "- ' E,:: i i X 'a -i Walter Hertel 'EL ,fauf ,r 5 Z., ,Q 2, 2 K, if ' Kenneth Hester K L4 y ' s lf' ' lane Hefenyi . C Q9 1 1 I m . my f :'i': nfl it a i'- ""--: Bobbie Hill " hi C, is Sylvia Hillyard I . ,,, C Q 3 ' ,X Henry Holder Q ga 25 Q is 4. X 41 , by X. hi 5 Judith Horton Q My L'ki B ' -4 l ' fx' J Floyd Howell o I V if o y '17 g tif' Bruce Hudson p hoif gg Mxfjffhii J ffy Ya by MXN ,gy r 7" SQ U X ylllli Page One Hundred Thirty-Eight ,psi- 'G 56-fs f' Y,-:'K'4's. -4 QQ' 'SF sf-t 1 sophomores jomed ln the ranks of the tardles W we 1' im 'XXX nts XE 'p"'G-Q0 'um-I .P- C H115 if Q, sg... QLXA 'Q'-f 130 1415, C27 Sue Hudson Jane Hughes Blll Hugulty Cordon Hurd Lynne Hussmll Bobby jlmtrson NI Irv I unts ean 1 Holds Mary I LL johnson Iris johnson Llndl jonu Phll Ionu Shlrley jordan Betty Kalway Pat Keeter Robert Kennedy Stanley Kennedy Nma Kessler Carol Ketcham Ioan Knker Iohnny Kllgo Daryl Kirby Edward Klrby Wendell Klser Barbara Klement Mlke Knadle Glorna Kmght Lynn Krxg Bob Kronmnller Celestla La Breck Anne Lamb Betty Lancaster Lmda Lane Randy Lankford Parker Lawrence Sandra Lay Delbert LeBlanc Phylhs Lester jack Lewxs Rene Llvmgston Phnl Loggins ' Y L yyt 5 . A I f g, , ' ' l ,Q wg 3,4 X A I ' if N ' ' of L e 'Y ew K fm, :4 - 1. . L . 1 'l 'Q I , W' A' ' 'L L llll 4 :fit 'J ll my . W Q ,' 1 ' -' 1 " f :Lf . f ' Q . hy 1 1 2 y he 1 . 1. Y is 1--, M" I J X A 'Q A, 7 L H zz, ' J I , h 3 " '-.,,. - Q Q Z 'I 'am' f -K l , A -.4 g J' 2 '-' . X ' ' -V - It , h .A .... , K I ..,.. g. A M iv V , I V . x ":' iff? . , K, el ll K LW' l K L f K "?Q ,. " A ty kj, Q A . ' -, Y ,vi L 5, V, A - sf. 1 , - V t 1 w 2 L M1 - 2? L VT. 12 Y M2 t 0 O D l l l e s - . A we: K " as M E y Frank King A :M 'k'L ii Ayn A , Q Pwr V, K , L f to Us eea as , K ' W 5 WV, P A lfxveeatte N is lt " Fil? l J A-fy, gow 4- L M' - , H i I Vq5',,, ' ' , . QT , tx 5 , V- , " , K, V ' Y L fir' it ' ,,.,f F F5 . Q ' h A V -V " ' l. .4 l 1 71 f I L. r 9 y K K y K , 1 l , Q , , ', 'ji -I ' f ,' 4 . ag E bf 'U 1 ' 13" , Y Y. E i l lli'ff.4 ! + ! 2 a - - xfir- I. 5 X ,nu ' V I e I , V V l , 2 V .I 'ff ,? Q-'D fn f u f HM "' . nf' f ' 1 if l y " 'ft ' . W ,," fi v , 'V ' tg 53 2 ' J- , if rf V. ' ' f Ing ., V W ,, I ,, , . In 1,1 QW W an rf iv I 7 T ,lr I ly f, I A . . M, , V 1 ,327 4 If 4 V -,V ' , If jiri ,Kq A "' ly K Nll , ,. , J L, A W , , ru , i yy 3, Page One Hundred Thirty-Nine Cay Lohr Joh ez Love Rolhe Luclus Sandra Luke Paul McArthur Ilm Mcfachren Don McConnell Mary lane McDav1d Ray McDonald Richard McDonald Don McElwee Murlel McEwan Lynnell McGee Bxll McGraw Mac McCr1ff NI B McNe1ll Sandra McNe1ll Sonny McRae r X 1 ,kv wx-ar 'qw ix.. wg-new lf' ii 1845? 'ar we-f Q:-'I X 1X X Gettlng lnto full swlng of school act1v1t1es 19" IIN w v-J' ---f """' Q! V 0. Pg Oe dFo mf- Q if !"..": Nqr, Dale Mack Darlene Magee Frank Maloney Aubrey Malphurs Bud Mannmg Iudl Marable Bobby Markham Corky Martm Edna Martln Kenneth Martln Paul Martin Carlene Melton Carolyn Melton Susan Menge Muffett Merritt Anita Mlmms Sally Moore Vlctor Moore Brlan Morgan Ruth Morton Dflvld Mulhs Dubbv Murphree Sylvm Murphy Waunell Neelcy 73,5 v W-4 LI., , 4 X Xl' Q.-f 1? 1 KS Qt, , ,. '53 ca? i v Maryann Nelson Lynn Newsome Edith Nobles Eddie Nogel M , I... ,. 3 K.. 5, lean Osborn pw ' Q Glenda O'Steen will ,,, ,N f fs. f- of , . i s X 'fzlkiilg zlrlvzliltzufe of il few extra minutes :liter exiting their lunches. Ann 'Ilxylor and Brclidu Andrews chant :ls they work on that Inst bit of homework. We sophomores were eager candidates for clubs Claudia Padgett Iohn Pannbacker jeff Parker Linda Mauldin Fran Peters Claire Phillips Danny Phillips Judy Pofahl Maude Pons Bennette Poole jane Powell Julia Powell Ollie Powell Tommy Powell Wanda Powell Rita Pray Linda Sue Price Barbara Pullen Ann Purvis Lynda Quincey Butch Rain jack Ramsey Florence Reaves Andy Reece i A 1 4 Q ,V 6 4: J 'NZ'-f 1 All , G.. - A 45. ' f , w Q7 i. Q I fi' , X! at 1 i W Y T ut, if Q , K ,,, Z I 4, ,A H I , in l X 'A lr' ffm I W i YN: 'I Bxitn IU s 1' !QXWXXWiM first v 'W if 3 a ln N 1 V V 1 V.'i' T 1 x y ru .. f- if . ,aw X i i Lag My s a fix A. rt ,- rae W f' Page One Hundred Forty-One f. W -3 'H Q y rw sf. r New 47' L 1' ,g -Q ' I ' - hw, K ,, y In t L Z, , t 2? , it if-' y .1 f if s t f fp is-. it 5, ,ff , L 3 W -b gr gr viii y if M S if y "u +23 SV . Iv -4 -. - , ' H " ' is Q S , cr? -. ...Q f v V Q fx fi , S L K ' ls B I za, 755 t V , fy at to i -v-5 gtse e S 1, gg z.,,,,, 'Sm ,Q ' Barton Rembert Jim Requa Sharon Reynolds Peggy Rhines Marianne Rhodes Ernie Richard john Rich Russell Richards Carolyn Ridgell john Baxley Frank Ridgell Sandra Robbins Keith Robinson Carl Rodgers Bob Rogers Gee Gee Rose Richard Rose Sandra Rowland james Russell Fredricka Salmon Mickey Salter Betty Sandefer Sherry Sanders Carol Schmidt Weeks of planning, meetings, and Work produced Hungry and broke or iust plain forgetful, Linda jones and xvlllltlil Hurt borrow from council mc-inlmer Cookie Nobles at Student Bunk. Bill Schofield '13 Fred Schofield ' 'W nn N Q ', 1+ Q. g..X .IN s.. Betty Scussel Clarence Selin Nancy Shannon john Shirley ' . 'M' Q P' if jlne Smallwood Sandra Smith Glenda Snyder Gunter Sommer P hula Sommese Niartha Southerland George Sparkman judv Spurhn Dianna Standrldge Byron Starns Charlie Steadham Searl Stevens Bruce Stewart Butch Stewart Irving, Stockdale Patty Stuart Ioyce Suggs Niartha Sullivan Bubv Io Suttles Sandy Sxunford jerry Tadlock john Tallman Nilke Tanner Judy Taylor the Frolics whlch lag 'W X f-1 '51 W 3 5 1-71 Dennis Temes Dianne Tenney Rick Thede Patsy Thomason Blchard Thompson Mary Katherine Tillman Val Tinker Cathy Bennett Allen Townsend Bill Townsend Pat Trainham DeWayne Tucker Myra Nell Tucker Sandra Vaughn Linny Volk Cammie Wagner Sue Wakefield Dee Dee Wallace One Hundred Forty-Three ,nv 'Iii Qlvv-'Q 'Kri- 'WX if Page One Hundred FortyFour last ln une we sophs became upperclassmen in WW" Wx 'vu-fugy WWII" ,ww Wi CQ ik? ff-4"'H Q-"Qu ui 'Fw ww M' 53+ 23' auf' X 'PNK ,gi may is-Mgr 'M I 'En Wiz? WU" :SX X74 f 4, gh, Ronme Wallace Carole Ward Edwln Ward Harvey Ward Frank Waters Betty Watson Blll Watson Beckl Well Gary Well B1ll Wermer Patsy Welsner Bryce Welch Nlckey West jean Wheeler Mrke Whlddon Mane Whrte Ronme Whlte Carolyn Whxtehead Barbara Wllkerson Vernon Wllkerson Barbara Wllkes Gene Wllhams jack Wllhams Mlke Wllllalns Nancy Dee Wrlhams Russell Wllhams Glenda Wllhs Mary W1ll1s james Wllson Louns WllSUH Dlck Wmdsor Martha Wlrth Romne Woods jlm Woodward Joanne Woodward Kenneth Wooten Lmda Work Carolyn Wrrght jane Wrxght Ann Yarbrough Dlane Young John Zebedee 'ww l FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS! DeLois Williams, secretaryg Kathy Robinson, presidentg Hans Geevers vice presidentg Paul XVestbury, treasurer. A new experience for officers: planning class dance Fran Abrams V A V Dane,Adkinson 5 4 W .7-tx t V e in Frank Anderson ' ,f ' A ' ' l 5 ' 'Ag 4' Ricky Anderson ae:-f gif V A'L, if Dee Anthony A A A 1 Hubert Barlow I X I A V B, V 3 V i.. 1 . -' he MA ' all all f 'A A A A N Mary Francis Baron Q George Bass in V ,A ' W . Patsy Bass g g ' A -A A F 52 V H Spencer Bedell i'e 'Zig ll 'A M Alvin Benton 4 A A -- nlnug ' A ' David Beville p - , Q '1 f if A ik , j ,, i t ieilffi F A EF, ' M- f ' " Susan Bigelow 'I AA A V A A Larry Blain in ' L' V' Q 6 Robert Blalock A ,V A , ,V i f 'I A y 2 A y f- Anna Maria Bochette Z H ' 4 4'-1, 2 gi! 541 A' A f fn.- Emerson Bolton X B 1'-7 A fr, p 'Q A LaRue Boyd rp 'A I F, p p V 1 ivjyx Virginia Boyette yn A - ' Charles Brower li, V A A f A Buddy Bnmson Z ' 217 ' y V y f W M Mike Bullock f "" 6 ig' wyif V if ' f F Norman Burgess ,A V .5 1 g W Ayff 'jf Robert Burton A ' A 4, . 7 A ' V p Q w AA AtAlA A ii A fi ' , A 1 A ":" 'fa :1'f"N ,, 1 , X , f l ' p ' N 4, Page One Hundred Forty-F Q .. rd' Q I VI, . , ..4 Taking ll last lazy look at the books are Judy Fagan, Joyce johnson, Mary Ogletree, Kathy Robinson, and Sherry Gibbs. Four years looks a long way up to freshman Charles Brower, Iackie Fulwood, and Terry Mathis, as they gaze at '60 seniors. Peggy Campbell Ollie Caraway Don Cellon David Clark Bobby Collins Sandy Comins Eddie Connerly Cecil Cowan Billy Croft Owen Cruce Sherry Cunha Louie Davis Elizabeth Dehoop Dorthy Dougherty Terry Dougherty Patty Dreblow Annette Dukes jerry Etheridge Iudy Fagan Lanny Flage David Fleming Curtis Fowler Martha Frerking Jackie Fulwood Page One Hundred Forty-Six A new World of Wonder and excitement unfolded i .i i A h , t M, .f-9 ,,, ij ,f N. 1 4.,:1,- if if - I T s 4 tai alfa s wma.-54 . bf, r . 4 s ,. WV, ' 1 X an ul il fe 'R-X s x, . . T. l 'e Q r ' X 4 X A "' v. . t 3 5: l p 3 fix T-ol Ax? I in lx ,Q 'N R wuz . ,ll 4,1 ri ff? iw 2 fi V A. wivve w....v-niiil t I xxqngx V VK ,, ' -F y Ga Y " vu 1 . f -,H Q, , lvvy ll 'mi Weis 4 f fi? C ix V A . , If W fa. QHKVJK , Q '-f .1 B .. A-A W- ,. - A 'af , C as 1,""' i , -41 so ,T 4-, , , . ' 4: avi . rlsl a ,X ix le W fa ta- f , R, E i'1,fx'.: ' 1 lu Loulse Klte Stephen Fuquay Larry Galyean Allan Gammon lack Ganstme Hans Geevers Sherry Gibbs Leonard Glcldeon Cccll Golden Sonny Goolsby Mac Gornto Iohn Green Nlflrlan Green Sandra Green Alton Hale Ilmmy Hales Laura Hanke Tom Hams Margaret Henderson ,.f1.P"'?Y "K S1 'N-4 XX rl' X I 1-36' T7 N, ltself to us, freshmen GHS s smallest class f 2 wr 3 'Wm Beverly Hernburger Q Q fx Q at M Mlllard Holder jimmy Huguley Cherle Ienkms Carl johnson nf' Joyce johnson john Katterhenry Nancy Kenfleld Charlene Kennedy Doug Keppel Llnda Krlpatnck Mya! 'Q-1' "Nfl, . mlm .imlw 'E Page Donna LaBul1s Rlchard Lane Raynell Law Buddy Leavitt Sandra Lewns Kenneth Lmdsley john Lovcl Talka Lupklewncz Ixmmy Lynn Sharon Markham Nancy Maroney One Hund ed Forty Seven lv f'15f:j..v?yqA. 51 My It K y A, '- , Q iff r , r is 'A ir Q "' " y ,X ay, f A Y W., N ' ' ' " ' ' Ni' N ' 'ms . 1 r 5 v A, , K A . L . . ,- x . f Q G.: ,.: A , -Q. 4 Q S 7 , I . 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Terry Mathls jlmmy Mayben George McClellan Leroy Melton Barbara Mlley Robert Mlller Danny Mmkel Pat Mltchell Erlc Mott Carolyn Murphy Tommy Murray John Nasal Henry Newman Harvey Newsome Teresa Ann Newton Mary Catherme Ogletree james O Steen Jane Palmour Betty Jane Pearson K nn, ,pw 'mar 'Mi we F Karen Peppel 4 Bobby Perry fm- Bobby Powell Myra Prmgle Dorothy Prultt Edwm Ramey Pamela Ray Leshe Rembert Wllham Reynolds Ralph Rxchards Lmda Roberts Kathy Robmson Wally Rowe Dlane Rowland Edward Ryals Bobby Salmon Emnly Sansbury Robert Saxton john Scarntt Iudy Servl Lmvell Shealy Marvm Shoemaker Theresa Shore Page One Hundred Forty Eught W. f R tu Eagerly antlclpatmg our u QV!" Qs- 'fllxm wma? -as W MR H-...arf -Q--Y Q , xr 2, W 'hm N? it -nw' Ma? mfr :fc re ln hlgh school, ME' 1-,.-v-my .arm -rf-'fr W .V , . AH . lrll H V A - I V A' In , ' I. I V Vi 5, izr V I I' , ,, I' 1 gi, I 'Liv I 'g K -" Y ' I , I T, Z It f Q 5 . y I! 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' H . ff- 'ii - 1 ' ,J I ' ' af.-r - - '. 4 2 If ' ' W L v - - i -Q ' ,Q ', 2 I . x v . -.3 - .1 'll Q 0 I 41 if -fi I gf ., is S - Q a X I .aay as r B ' ,:, S , 6 taar 1 rrrre . B S S L 1 ' 'iii he P is B 'R 1" r, K Q, I n 4 'ii 4, , V 1,5 -, , Ei .L K , A W 4, E , I A who V, WN '- .124 1 f W - ,,: t"' -If I5-2' Q gm In ' ' V V .t,, , R M F. 251 :JL 'N ' ' - XX pq '54 41" MH-Q 1 rs Q, -.4 'T3 sgiihlmrs. eg Q! '91 Na, .LX X 'XJ ming. rf' " + x. ,po We freshmen adjusted to the new Way of llfe 'D -Q-wr ""'7 ,Q -atv ..., it vt U., f s X . 7 '7vbn.h . it A . nf ,115 , hs , ., 'rf' AA , sr -, f A V 'A 1 V , ' 4 of V , f T' "1 'Vu f w a ' 1. w- I ' lg .tv S A T K, , H , ' 1 5 5. ' W- v 7 ' "-,V . . :IL laws an 1 " ,vi if T n I . -, Q w ' , fx, 3 .V -' - 2. -VW T ' V' -5 " ' S ' 'jf 5 . . v Q lfoh , if C , 523' 2' 2 ' ' .?+pf3 IQ.-X , m 'B-gf 2, , ru . 1 , J' gi ' P' . I Y T L K Nerf -: -I-.-.-f wg ks C w . 1 f- ' , - 'X "' . , Q ,V ll V 1--w fl f 4' S h N -. V 7 9 A .fe f Y ev fx N Q X . 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" V ' , ' -V-55:11-Li'.":i,1 'e' , ' fa f4?ft??1'f U f I , K ' . ,. , M , y 4, - . .. ,U . ,I Q - I We Robert Wenght Dlane Weldon Paul Westberry Mlchael Whltehead Freddne jane Whitman De Lols Williams Cale Wnlhs Kenneth Wmgers Beverly Wrlght Fred Wr1 ght Eddle Yates Geraldme Youngblood Leonard Snrmopoulos joe Smallwood Nadene Smlth Klt Stanley Beverly Staples Barbara Stuart Eddle Sulllvan Alan Tavolar Chuck Tewksbury Pat Thomas Rrchard Txsdale Barbara Tnson Ruby Tlson Howard Townsend Karen Trendler Carl Tussmger Betty Tuten Lloyd Tyer Demse Tyre Donald Underwood Mane Underwood Io Carole Vance Charles Vaughn Don Waterhouse Page One Hundred For1yNno , . M. IWMW a i. 9, sf is Q.-1 1i'Q'l,fF'fl! f ' , Fefzfsggpsf ,a A if frlpil- ' X, AU- M ,I G if 19' an sweaty. ORGANIZATIONS Tradifionally, communify improvemenf is a major projecf of our service clubs, sfrengfh- ened fhis year by fhe addifion of newly or- ganized Delfa Tri-Hi-Y and Sigma Anchor. The charfering of fhree new inieresi clubs- Chess and Checker, GH Scribblers, and fhe Junior Academy of Science-balances exfra curricular acfivifies, indicafing growing infer- esf in organizations, the medium which de- velops good cifizenship. .M Q-A LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROXV: Becky Simmons, Martha Davis, Sharon Fagan, Inrae Fletcher, Robin Graham, Dianna Oliver, Barbara LeSuer, janet Goar, Sherri Bertie. SECOND ROW: Susie Parker, XVanda Hart, Sherrie Sanders, Karen Owens, Helen Graham, Cookie Nobles, Elizabeth Powell, Janet Allen, Gay Har- per. THIRD ROXV: Dee Dee XVebb, Marifrances Tucker, San- ALPHA TRI -H I -Y sponsors Daily devotional reading, traditionally a ser- vice of the Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, has been supplemented this year by their new WVednesday morning devotions. Various guest speakers conducted the before-school assemblies, delivering non-denominational addresses keyed to the life and problems of teenage students. dra Edwards, Iane Ann Baughan, Marilyn Little, Martha Nay Stedman, Ann Arnow, Ann Purvis, Yancy Harris. FOURTH ROXV: Shirley Hardison, Sandy Francisco, jane Johnston, Nancy Pepper, Mary XVilson, Barbara Mallard, Nancy Ferrazzi, Sharon Robertson. Not Pictured: Margaret Goff. Wednesday morning devotions Alpha shakers, which are both seen and heard during football season, were made by provisional members, coveted points were also earned by Work- ing on the clubis campus grass plot. These many hours and weeks of hard work climaxed in an im- pressive double initiation ceremony held with Gam- ma Hi-Y. 'Q t' , Daily-Bible selections are talked over among officers Marilyn Little, secretary, Teacher and minister Gene Williams delivers one Sharon Fagan, historian, lane Ann Baughan, chaplain, Ianet Goar, president: of the devotions held yvednesdav morning which Helen Graham, vice-president, Mary Wilson, sergeant-at-arms, and Nancy he helps to plan. Pepper, treasurer- Poge One Hundred Fifty-Two l,lfl"T TO RICHT, FIRST ROXV: Steve Diamant, Bill Huguley, Bill Bennett. Keith Robinson. Dinlc Henderson, Charles Camp- bell. SECOND ROXV: Butch XVilliams, Stuart Campbell. Gerry Green, Mae NIL-Clriff. Cary Hawk. Neil Abby. Randy Lanlcford. THIRD ROYV: Art Campbell. Phil Loggins, Sonny McCullars, Sf jim Feiber. Dale Mack. lim BIcCat-hren. Chip Niims. FOURTH ROYY: Bill Olinger. john Kirkpatrick. Bill Townsend, Scotty Benson, Bill Conner, Woody Benson, XVells Hood. Not pic- tured: Matt Connen, lid XVelch. Travis Reed. GAMMA HI-Y donates basketball name and number boards Various hammering techniques were mastered by Gamma Hi-Y members when they built two bas- ketball roster boards. These boards, Cammais main project this year, contain not only a list of our players but also those of the opponents. After their presenta- tion to the school, they were hung in the gym. A successful Halloween booth, a co-sponsored float with Alpha, and a dance held after the Boone football game are just a few of the many activities which Gamma performed this year. In addition to maintaining their own ground plot, they have also done special work on the islands in front of school. Hammers. thumbs, and walls throbbecl as .lolui Kirk- z rick. Bill Olinger, and Butch XYilliams xyorlyerl on , K ,W ,W Wt W, Dil A 't'+""' club proiect. ,Aw Halloween Booth is planned by officers Nlimocly Benson. yict--prt-sid:-utg Bill Olinger, president: Bill Conner. treasurerg Butch NYilliams. liistcmriaiig xlohu af Kirlxpatrick, sergt-,uit-at-arms, and jim Feiber, secretary, Not pietiirt-cl: St-oft: Benson, chaplain. T 'KL ,. 1 is... - Qui'-A .xxx W 3 LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROXY: Mary Lewis, Jean Chambers jane XYright, Dayle Chatterton, Sandy Swinford, Iennie Dekle SECOND ROXY: Nlary Ellen YVolfe, Marsha Capo, Sybil Carter, Ianet Parker, Jeanne Hart, Linda Donaldson, Ann Johnson THIRD ROXY: Ida Mt-Aliley, Sharon Thomas, Martha YVirth 1 Mimi Carr, Linda Cyles, joan Kaufman, Carolyn Harms. FOURTH HONY: Patti Wing, Nathalie Bessettc, Dorothy Ridge- way, Robbi Flanagan. Marnie Creighton, Patti Pitz, Janet C-reene. NOT PICTUHED: Paula Norwood, Judy Ahrano, Frances B0- vee. ANCHOR CLUB commissions first Admiral at Blue Dance Middy caps sailed around campus on the heads of five Anchor girls chosen to serve CHS,s first Ad- miral. Commissioning ceremonies were performed during the floor show of the Anchor Blue Dance, an annual event to raise money for the Tuberculosis Fund. The dance was an enjoyable, financial suc- cess. Officeris hat is placed on head of CHS's lst Admiral. Larry Larche, by Marnie Creighton as Jean Hart vom- missions him. Y 8' .flf lit Many were the blistered fingers of the provision- als as they cut confetti. Few students went to foot- ball games and did not come home with some evi- dences of this, Anchoris money-making project. In- itiates were rewarded, however, with a breakfast given in their honor. by their older big sisters. J! Q fo. if X , 1' N 1 Posing during formal initiation are officers Ieanne Hart, chaplaing Xlimi Cnr historian, Marnie Creighton, president, Linda Donalson, treasure-rg ,Ioan Kant man, vice-prcsidentg Ann johnson, secretary, Linda Clyles, sergeant-at-arins ,3i'?5.,w f w ' gp. 4 . LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROVV: Jason VVeintraub, Eugene Hcnry, Ted jones, Byron Starnes, Dick VVinsor, Garry Ash, Bobby McLendon. SECOND ROXV: Bill XVeimer, Bill Bache, Frank Green, Byron XVinn. George Swinford, Lee Frazer, John Rich, Carter Osterbind. THIRD ROVV: Tommy Furman, Larry 'TQ Larche, Iohn Henry Smith, Clayton Kallman, jimmy Anderson, George Tubb, Dale Reece, Philip NlcFerrin. FOURTH ROXY: Randy Dixon, Roger Young, jerry Felder, Dubby Murphree, Lanny Sommese, Bill Hartman, Bill Arnett, David Rankin. WHEEL CLUB builds playground for Exceptional Children Cleaning thickets, digging fence post holes, and clearing a road bed were just a few of the jobs done by XV heel Club during the Christmas holidays, a playground for exceptional children, constructed at the Parkview Baptist Church, made one of the top community services performed by the club this year. Selling stationery and name and address tags has been one of the clubis many money-raising pro- jects. Also, a successful work day was held with the advertising of the local radio stations. The money earned was given to the Scholarship Fund and to charity as is most of the money raised by clubs. Projects for year are planned by officers Carter Osterbind, treasure-rg David Rankin, secretary, Philip NIcFerrin, chaplain, Byron XVinn, Boxes and boxes of pjersonalized stationery and name president, and Larry Larche, vice-president. Not pictured: Randy Dixon, tggg gold by club mem ers are unpacked by Dale Reece sergeant-at-arms. and Clayton Kallman. Page One Hundred Fifty-Five LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROYV: Terry Green, Barbara Cook, Janet Jeff, Joy Golding, Linda Chiappini, Ginny Sims, Mrs. Bryan Cadvisorl. SECOND ROVV: Mattie Ann Lytles, Sandra Coker, Becki XVeil, Barbara Ernst, Tonya Hinson, Kay Grey, Helen VVest, Joanne Riley. THIRD ROXV:, Judy Grey, Lynn Krig, Gayle McLane, Eleanor Broome, Barbara Klement, Pat Sneeringer, Ann Lichtenwalter, Marilyn Miller. FOURTH ROVV: Janet Sue Ernst, Dianne Tenney, Mary Ann Sullivan, Elaine Teuton, Mary Anne YValker, Gay Hunter, Jean Roberts, Norma Scott, Jeannine Johnson. NOT PICTURED: Martha Putman, Linda Grady, Lucy Lee. Winning Homecoming float built by BETA TRI-HI-Y Being one-half ofthe team that took top honors in the homecoming parade was a big thrill for Beta Tri-Hi-Y members. Long hours of work were climaxed as president Eleanor Broome accepted the first prize plaque at homecoming pregame cere- monies. In appreciation for all the help given by their brother club, Beta girls feted them with a Wg, -mm .. 9435 ' ff, ' QQ. triumphal banquet. Boxwoods and various other shrubs were plant- ed around the campus by these energetic girls. In ad- dition to this, they Worked hard to beautify our school by weeding, cuttin , and caring for their as- signed grass plot, as do as the service clubs. I Leading the club this year are officers Tonya Hinson, treasurer, Janet Jeff, secretary, Joanne Riley, sergeant-at-armsg Marilyn Miller, historian, Elaine Teuton, chaplain, Gayle McLane, vice-president, and Eleanor Broome, president. Page One Hundred Fifty-Six A cheer went up from Beta members as Eleanor Broome accepted plaque from Bill Olinger for their winning homecoming float. ,,-,..---di LEFT TO RICHT, FIRST ROXV: Buddy Harvey, Mal Monroe, Ronnie Clark, Kenny Smith. Kenny Nlatheny, Tommy OlDell, Mr. Baker Cadvisorl. SECOND ROXV: Larry Schenck, Minor Peeples, Terry Stechmiller, Ceeil Holloday, Norman McMullen, Erie Van Nliddelem. Bruce Dorsey. THIRD ROYV: Ronnie Smith. Bob Cwin, Buddy Coleman. Steve Douthit, Ricky O'Dell, Brad Pi-nk, Dave Tisdale. FOURTH ROXY: Joe Mathews, Chip YVester, Bill Creennian. Andy Horne. Shelton Boyles, George Sims, Larry Collins. NOT PICTVRED: Tom Hendricks, Jim Teague, Hugh Edwards, Bob Adams, Pete Hahn, Russell Hurd, Jerry Knight, Jim Mueller. and BETA HI-Y depicts South Pacific shipwreck Construction bosses for the winning homecom- ing float, Beta Hi-Y boys followed a new GHS tra- dition by joining with their sister club, Beta Tri-Hi- Y, in entering the stiff competition for the prize. Over 500 cans of food, an electric stove, and an assortment of toys were collected by Beta Hi-Y O Wet concrete is guarded by Buddy Coleman, president, Kenny Niatheny, sergeant- at-armsg Bob Cwin, historian, Dave Tisdale, treasurerg Bill Creenman. viee- presidentg Ricky O'Dell, secretaryg Andy Horne, parliamentarian, and Tommy- O'Dell, chaplain. members in a huge drive. These were donated to the county welfare office to be distributed among the needy families during the Christmas holidays. As well as this welfare project, members worked on school improvement by laying a sidewalk over the well-worn path from C-building to the parking lot. man, stand ready to be distributed to several needy I' families. Five hundred cans of foods, surveyed by Buddy Cole- LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROXY: Lynda Hendrickson, YVing Preodor, Elaine Arrington, ,lt-anne Grande, Anne XVinsor, Rose Hoover, Dovey Kopeloxvitz. Sandi Coins, Julie Powell. SECOND HOXV: Abbie Leavitt, Pam Sanders, Evelyn Hanna, Dale Mid- gette, Kitten Tillman, Xluffit Merritt, Betty Jane Greene, Jane Smallwood, Priscilla Thomas. THIRD ROXY: Doris Boone, v V Kit MacDonald, Jennie Murphree, Edwinna Nlurphey, Linda Brothers, jane Guy, Peggy Halsey, Nancy XYilliams, jean XVheeler. FOURTH ROXV: Sheila Hartman, Sherri Adams, XVinkie Ken- worthy, Pat Poole, Anne Chipley, Mary Cracy, Iean Osborn, Nancy Gay, Clara Cox. KEYETTE candy sales make popular fund-raising project Food filled the agenda of year,s activities for the Keyette club. XVhile working at the Pancake Day to raise money for local Boys, Club, members were tempted to eat as well as to serve. Initiates were treated to a pizza party by their older sisters soon after they were taken into the club. The new YVaiting for the other club members. lfvelvn Hanna, Ann VVinsor, and Sheila Hartman stand outside the church. fund raising project this year and biggest point boo- ster for provisional members was the candy sale which proved most popular with the student body. Traditional miniature red and black hurricane warning flags were sewn and sold by Keyettes at football games, making a special hit at homecoming. . i , I s . Q!- u 9, K-"'l4- "MID-b ,swf- Examining the contents of a box of candy are officers Sandi Coins, secretary, Dovey Kopelowitz, president, Mary Cracy, vice-president, Elaine Arrington, treasurer, Doris Boone, sergeant-at-arms, Anne Chipley, chaplain, and Edwinna Nlurphey, historian. QQ I I I T TO IIICIIT I IIIST HOV Drcxx S IDDIIILIUII 'XI 1r1o11 rr1s Dual 9 Icr 1 1 SIIU RO I I3 I1 I 111111 Il Im Bc mutt Dlx 1d Hou cI Tommy Crm 1 II uc I IIIN TIIIIID ROV CI111 Fcl on IoI111 P1tr14Ix Rm 1 :rn uscnburx cr1 111 Doull NI1rsh1II Crosby Ilm F1 1r1 IOI. 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NOT PICTURED: Virginia XicCloutl, sergeant-at-arms. Valorettes get civic sponsor and charter as C1 VINETTES Upon receiving their charter from the Civitan Club, Valorettes changed their name to Civinettes, going through much red tape, and ordering new pins, to become part of an international organiza- tion. Yarn, yarn everywhere is a situation with which the Civinettes are well acquainted: Voodoo dolls, made and sold by the girls, were one of the club's main money making projects. Caroling at the Medi- cal Center, preparing Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets, and sponsoring a cottage at the Sunland Training Center were some of the important com- munity services performed by the Civinettes this vear. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROXV: jenny Neighbors, Kathy Spinks, Evelyn Bevis, joyce Beltz, Ann Pierce, Linda Sanclstrom, jean Reynolds, Linda jones, Pamala Crawford, Carolyn Hartman. SRC- OND ROXV: LaVerne Villeneuve, Ann N1cDowall, Beckv Cunhi, Gail Anderson, Carolyn Thomas. THIRD RONV: Glenda Moon, 'Paige Anderson, Connie Robinson, Carolyn VVhitehead, Carolyn Ridgell, Ann Pierson, judy jones, Ann Durrance, Alice Sykes, Marilyn Pralle. NOT PICTURED: jackie Mott, Merry Beth Seaver, Donna XVilson, Dale Kalby, jane Davis, janet Holschuch. Evelyn YVilcox, Sally Moore, Virginia McCloud, Linda Butler, Page One Hundred Sixty Looking over the new charter are officers Roger Young, treasurt-rg Mary Ellen XVolfe, president, Edith Killinger, secretary: and Nlrs. ,lt-ukins Cadvisorl. Initiation speaker Dr. Fernandez talks with Helen Pitt- man, Clayton Kallman, and Vivian Bosque around tht- club emblem. SOCIEDAD HONORARIA HISPANICA joins GHS honor clubs Chartered last year during the Pan American Day program, the Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica completed its first entire year at GHS, this branch is the Manolete Chapter of the national organiza- tion. To he admitted to this new honor society, stu- dents must have a high, 3.8 average in Spanish. This year, twenty new members were formally initiated in a ceremony conducted completely in Spanish. Guest speaker Dr. Pedro Fernandez, pro- fessor at the University of Florida and author of the third-year Spanish text, talked about various in- teresting experiences of his boyhood in Spain. Alai LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROXV: Mrs. Ienkins fadvisorl, Mamie Creighton, Mary Ellen VVolfe, Muffet Merritt, janet jeff, Naomi McDonell, Vivian Bosque, Ben Latham, Mary Lewis, Helen Graham. SECOND ROXV: Livy Stryker, Ianet Parker, janet Goar, Helen Pittman, Marifrances Tucker, Becky Cunha, Ann johnson, Mimi Carr, Mary Gracy, Claro Gann, jerry Black- man. THIRD ROXV: David Rankin, Clayton Kallman, Robert Mt-Nicoll, Byron Stamcs, Edith Killinger, Kay Denny, Jeannine johnson, Elizabeth Nielson. Martha Reaves, Mary Ruth Hazen. NOT PICTURED: Elizabeth Koger, Sarah Laessle, Nancy Mar- chand, Philip Mc-Ferrin, Miki NVass, Carolyn Harms, Roger Young. Page One Hundred Sixty-One 'W " , l.I'fI4"I' TO RIGHT, FIRST ROXY: XVing Prcodor, Kathy Spinks, Naomi McDonnell, jerry Blackman, Dovey Kopelowitl. Rose Iloover, Mary Lewis, jenny Sims, Dottie Howsc, Page McKean, Dot Tyre. SECOND ROXV: Suzanne Porter, Frances Bovee, liclxviima Murphey, Carolyn Thomas, Ianet Allen. Mable Horne, Linda Clyles. Paige Anderson, Ieanne Hart, Ann Chipley, Martha Rm-avcs. 'l'IIIRD ROXY: Bill Platt, Elizabeth Koger, Ioan Kauf- man, Mary Bennett, Mary Ellen XVolfe, Linda Donalson, Marnie Creighton, Patti VVing, Vicki Kenser, Corrie Van Veldhausen, Marilyn Pralle, Byron VVinn. FOURTH ROVV: Bill Miller, Chris Edson, Linton Herbert, Philip McFerrin, Michael Scott, Bill Beaty, Ward Smith, Roger Hart, Ronald Smith, Bill Arnett, Darnell Rhea. Roger Young, justin Harlow. NOT PICTURED: Robert MCNiColl, jerrv Felder, Steve Douthit, Dale Reece, Abbie Leavitt, David Rankin, jason XVeintraub. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY sets goal-500 tutoring hours Excitement was paramount as the inter-com an- nounced that the National Honor Society would tap its new members. Twenty juniors and thirty-two seniors were proudly surprised as they received the society's emblem. Members of the club excel in scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and service. .. ,f all , Tutors Philip McFerrin and Ginny Sims talk over how to set up this new student service project with advisor Mrs, Phipps. Poge One Hundred Sixtyriwo XVishing to further the interest in scholastic achievement and to help the student body, the Na- tional Honor Society offered a tutoring program this year Cmembers of the society benefited from these services as well as those tutoredj. Membership in NHS is a responsibility as Well as an honor. f s u Initiate justin Harlow lights his candle and receives his membership card from Bill Hartman, presidentg as officers Larry Iiarche. vice-presidentg Page McKean, historian, and Dottie I-Iowse, secretary-treasurer, look on. 912 'Off IQ! l,l'll"T TO lllClllT, FIRST NOXY: lVing Preodor, janet jeff, Evelyn Bevis, Nlarifranees Tucker, Sherri Bertie, Iudy Grey, Irene l'1.llllliIlt'I'. Candy Vestal, wlaniee Class, Sandi Coins, Mrs. Nliller radvisorl. SECOND HOXY: janet Goar, Dot Tyre, Ioan K.uifnian, Dottie Hoxvse, Ann johnson, Edwinna Slurphey, Karen Parker, Cayle NIeI.ane, Kay Crey. Linda Gyles. THIRD HOXY: Nlaryanne Axvtrey, Sandy Francisco, Eleanor Broome, Nathalie Bessette, Dorothy Ridgeway, Marilyn Pralle, lim Harri- son, 'lay Bet-lienliaeli, Hill Kessler, Butch YVilliams. FOURTH HOXY: l,llllt7Il Herbert. Ronnie Thruston, Steve Caddum, Greg Pac. Lea Clrainlinu. Andy Horne. Bill Arnett, Darnell Rhea, Herbert Clilliland. Chris XYilli.1ms. XOT PICTURED: Klartlia Davis, Larry Larehe. .Indy Rogers, Toni Fields, lim Stanfield, Joyce Bt-ltz. NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY play earns superior rating Screaming and shouting about great-great-great grandmothers and meadow land, Steve Oaddum and Candy Vestal argue with he-r suitor Bill Arnett. Initiation ceremony is read by Sandi Coins, secretary, as oftiu-rs Evelyn Bc-vis, treasurer: Bill Arnett, points ke:-perg .ind lSll'1lI Broome, presidentq await their turns, NOT PICTLTKED: Chris Wil- liams, vice-presidentg Larry Larche, historiang Gayle Nlclniiit-, chaplain. 2 Bcatniks in bathtubs were a feature of the Na- tional Tlicspian Society initiation this fall. "Old' members of this honor drama Club, formed last year by twelve talented students of the theater found the antics of the initiates quite interesting 1 In November at the Florida State Drama Fes- tival, the elubls entry, Chekhovis "The Proposalf won a superior rating for its east: Candy Vestal Steve Gadduin, and Bill Arnett. YVhen representai tives attend the regional Thespian conference in February they hope to again bring recognition to their fine troupe and their talented director, Mrs. Miller. Z, ri 4 if ll l M - SASL 2 5 n r R it ' if 5 5 fi grit V fi I5 f el- l T if 2' 54 1 Y ' it 1 5 1 1 Q s Q y A ' Z 1 Q - it f . f H M 4. is 3 1 ' s w ' ' - Q , '.'. W . I .'. li F ' 1' Us iftfllif 7 i LEFT TO RICHT FIRST ROW Kithy Blossom Wmg Preodor Jlnet eff Srndru Smlth Exelxn Bexrs Renee Smlth Rose Hoos er Xldry Iuus Cmny Slms Dlle Ch rtterton Glench Brunson SECOND ROV Jm Holschuh NI 1rg,1ret Harrell Judy Crrolyn Hirtmrn Joyce Beltz Barbarl Cook Jein Flowers THIRD ROW Pit Allen B'1rb1r1 Clke lNancy Adams Jqne Hettml Slrxh Lussle S1ndr1R'mls Edxunnfl Murphey Bar lurrr Ernst LxelwnXY1lcox Jem Outler Betty Kqluay FOURTH ROV C ull NIcL1ne Sl'1C1l1 Hrrtmm DIXIE Eddy Sally Nioore S appmgton El17 lheth Ko er 'N may Kuhns HURRICANE PLAYERS Watch The Happy Journey and others as fellow members produce plays at monthly meetlngs LEFT TO RICHT FIRST ROXV Cirolyn Harms Linda Brothers Jme Cuy Cookle Nobles Pam Smders Ednl Niartm Butch XX 1111 rms Jmet Colr Nhrrfrances Tucker Sand1 Goms Dee Dee XX ehh SECOND ROV Candy Vestal Janne Class Dot Tyre Ann Johnson xlfglflli NIcCloud Imdr Butler Dorothx R1dgexs1y Nhrllyn Nhllnr Pit Sneerlnger Betty Nllrtln Sally Donlldson THIRD ROW 'Xiuryqnne Axxtrey Imdu Cyles Joan Page One Hundred Srxty Four Kurfmln Nirmx Cirr Fred Eldsness Buster Llpham Jrm Harm son Shern Peck Bsrbflrl Ie Sueur Sandra Smford Sherru Bertu FOURTH ROYV Judy Grey Jfay Bechenbach Ellzabeth Nulson Shun Adims Llxy Stryker Nhry Ellen YVolfe Irene IN uallsner Faye Hart Marxlyn Robbms NVanda Hart Jem Jef forts - - ,5 f 5' I J , V. , - L. ' - - '- ' . .5 W Q, x N . , . J - 'fr 5 ' I1 - ' - L 49 - "- . .. -5 ' 1' - ' - ' ' f 1 1 1 1- 2 I 'N ' ' Y! I V , 1 , 'z 1 , 7' , 'z 1 1, 1 1. 1 1, I , 1 .1 , li 1 . ' , ' if ' , 1 ,", 1 1 , 1 1 1 '.', " 1 , A - 1 , A , 1 J, fp-, ' V ' -, i 1 , i ii 4 k-3 1 1 'Y 1 A-7 i y L 1 I 3. I :J1 , ,111 1 , : 11 , 1 1 1, .' , I , YV0lfe, Ann Taylor, V111 Taylor, Judy Simmons, Helen Tanner, Clendn Moon, Linda Grady, Patty Stewart, Donna Paxon, Drew 2 ' 1 1 , ' 1 , 1 , ' 1 ' '. 1 ' , .1 g , . 1 ' CC 7, I N 1 -.. ..u...ii v I , , 3 I ', ' 1 1 , , ' ' 1 , ' J ', ' 1 ' .' 3, 1 , y ', A' , Q 5, lA ', 5 , , 1 1 . , , 1 1 1 .I ' 7' ' 1 . 1 . ' 1 . 1 s - ' ' 1 lx ' ' 1 ., 1 1 1 , . 1 . , , - - . , 4 , v A A v 1: V 5. Q , . ' . C S, A I K- N I Q 5, r 7 A 2 , , 7' ' ' ' . . T - s ' ' 1 - , , . , ,, , , , 1 , I 1 a s y 1 ' '1 , . 1 ' . ' 1 , 1 ' . - ' 1 1 , 1 ' 1 J , 'z . 1 '. ' 1 , Q 1 ., 4 i l LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROXV: Edward Cowles, Barbara Bussard, Bill Kessler, Ioy Priem. Kay Grey, Frank Green, Linton Herbert, Dot Howse, Pam Lydiek, Linda Donalson, Susan Bart- lett. SECOND ROXV: Ann Purvis, Darlene Mogee. Frances Eubanks, Luci Lee. Patti Richards, Carolyn XVhitehead, Clariee Anderson, Karen Parker. XVinkie Kenworthy, Nancy McCormick, Sandra Francisco. THIRD ROXV: Eleanor Broome, Patsy XVeis- A hush fell over the auditorium as another of the Hurricane Players' monthly plays was presented. Much to the delight of the club's members the plays covered everything from one on How to Propose to Thornton XVilder's A Happy journey. Through these plays the club fulfills its purpose of encouraging in- terest and participation in the art of drama. Hurricane Players not only present plays for their own amusement, but they are the producing agent for the Junior and Senior class plays. Also the club planned to present a series of one act plays for the general public in the spring. x-X .L -qs- Blind selection is resorted to 'is Bill -Xrnett president looks .u ner, Nathalie Bessette, Ienny Dekle, Nancy Gay, Tommy Greene, Ann Durrance, Robbie Flanagan, Edith Killinger, Patti Pitz, D wid Goin, FOURTH ROXY: Ronald Thruston, Lea Gramling, John Slaughter, Greg Pac. Steve Gaddum, Bill Arnett, Chris Benninger, Andy Horne, Darnell Rhea. Chris XVilliams. Herbert Gilliland, lustin Harlow. is scripts with Edwinna Niurphey, secretary, Eleanor, Broome. In pantomime "Happy journey," john Slaughter, Pam Lydrick vice-president, Mrs. Miller, advisor, and Chris Williams Nathalie Bessette, and Fred Eidsness, intrigued, watch passing treasurer. funeral train. Page One Hundred Sixty Five 1 L 1 . LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROXV: Dianna Oliver, Vivian Bosque, Janet Jeff, Jeanne Grande. SECOND ROXV: Virginia Blanton, Ben Latham, Becky Cunha. Mary Ruth Hazen, Linda Chamber- lain, Dee Dee VVebb, Jo Nez Love, Judy Pofahl, Margaret Simons, Susan Bowers, Livy Stryker. THIRD RONV: Sherri Bertie. Sandy Swinford, Byron Starns, Cay Lohr, Martha Reaves, Marilyn Miller, Ann Lichtenwalter, Sally Donaldson. Jean Ontler, Dot Hampton, Mnffet Merritt, Claro Cann, Jay Bc-ehbach, Larry Schenek. FOURTH ROXV: Carolyn Harms, DeeDee VVallace, Judi Marable, Ann Pnrvis, Judy Creighton, Helen Pittman, Joanne NVoodward, Dick YVinsor, Cluenter Sommers, Mal Monroe, Cathy Bennett, Jim Kolarik, Mary Cracy, Marnie Creighton. FIFTH ROXY: Marian Gilliland, Marifrances Tucker, Kay Denny, Jane Hughes, Patti Pitz, Jimmy Cny, Cene YVilliams, Lee Crane, Ad- rian Doyell, Roger Young, Chris Benninger, Ed YVeleh, Kendall Blanchard, Clayton Kallman. LOS SOMBREROS ALTOS give annual Pan-American program Color and history keynoted the Spanish Club's annual Pan-American Day celebration. A solemn procession of flags introduced a lively and highly entertaining assembly, featuring traditional Latin flmerican folk songs, gay dances, and humorous s its. Candy, gum, and suckers spilled over the floor at the annual pinata party for Los Sombreros Altos members. Each Spanish class designed and made its own pinatag a prize was given for the most original. Blindly swinging her pole, Mnffet Merritt attempts to crack open the pinata while classmates pull it away from her and back out of range. Leading this year's activities are officers Ann Johnson, historian, Minn Carr, treasurer, Mary Lewis, secretary, Mrs. Jenkins Cadyisorlg Janet Parker, secretary, Edith Killinger. vice-president, Sarah Laessle, pub licityg Mary Ellen XVolfe, vice-president: Stuart Campbell, sergeant at-arms, Robert McNieoll, presidentg Charles Campbell, sergeant-at arms. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROYV: Katherine Blossom, Lynda Hendrickson, Sharon Ghambless, Jeannie Grande, Jane Hetenyi, Page McKean, Marianne Rhodes, Patsy Graham, Pamela Craw- ford, Judy Brill, Suzanne Porter, Mrs. Sweeney Cadvisorj. SEG- OND ROXN: Peggy Halsey, Nancy Adams, Jane VVright, Julia Powell, Betty Jane Greene, Joan Kiker, Steve Diamant, Sherry Sanders, Ida McAliley Evelyn Hanna, ,lean Kaiser. Edwinna Murphey, Carolyn YVright. THIRD ROW: Linda Brothers, Jane Guy, Susan Bowers, Judy Ahrano, Livy Stryker, Jeanne Hart, Linda Donalson,rJennie Dekle, Luci Lee, Patti Wing, Parker Lawrence, Gerry ombs, Chris Edson, Jean YVheeler. FOURTH ROXV: Marvin Garrett, Bob Fennell, Bruce Stewart, Bill McGraw, Mike Gengler, Reed Ellis, Lea Gramling, Paul Martin, Roger flart, Kenneth Allen, Bill Arnett, Herbert Gilliland, Justin Har- ow. DISCIPULI ANTIQUORUM present Roman Rhumba and Banquet "Columns! VVhere are the columns?" was a frantic query of Discipuli Antiquorum members as they decorated for the Roman Rhumba. This dance, an animal event, was the money raising project of the club. Funds gained were used to finance the Roman Banquet and to help send members to Latin Forum. Fi' XVashington-bound president Reed Ellis delivers a few last min- ute instructions to president pro-tem Roger Hart, treasurer Jean Hart, and secretary Page McKean, seeing him off at the railway station. Reclining while eating at the Roman Banquet was a new experience for pseudo-Roman digestions, Members, who are composed of second, third, and fourth year Latin students, were served by first year 'islavesfi The Roman-style dinner was eaten without utensils, all enjoyed this opportunity. Dying in the arms of his unaffected comrades, Herbert Gilliland and Lea Greamling, Bill Arnett practices for one of their Latin satires. .XY 4 91... M., ' 1. ll .,.,.,.gs,5,. LEFT T0 RIGHT, FIRST ROXV1 Kathy Blossom, Jenny Neitlh- Collins, Linda Butler, Mary VVilson, Pat Sneeringer, jean Roberts, b0l'S, Renee Smith, Salldb' Smith, Ginny Sims, MTS- Bartlett tad- Clarice Anderson, Nathalie Bessette. THIRD ROXY: Patti XVing, ViS0l'l SECOND ROVV2 EVCIYH XVUCUX, lanef H0lSChUl1, Sllmlfll Corrie Van Veldhuisen, Marilyn Pralle, Bill Platt, Ronnie Smith. Rawls, Shirley Hardison, Yancy Harris, Mabel Horne, Betty glenn Bill Conner, Clayton Kallman. LES BOUF F ONS see slides from Advisor,s trip to France Highlighting the French Club meetings this year were slides of Mrs. Bartlcttis trip to France, from these, members caught glimpses of modem French culture. To further interest in this culture, they donated several French classics to the GHS library. Membership is open to all French students with a 'gC', average or better. To be initiated, students must prove this knowledge of French by composing a skit entirely in that language. The skits are pre- sented with hilarious results at the third meeting. Ideas are gathered for the annual Christmas party by officers Betty jean Collins, treasurerg Bill Conner, president, and Linda Cyles, secretary. NOT PICTURED: Mary VVilson, vice-presidentg VVells Hood, sergeant-at-arms. Page One Hundred Sixty-Eight Caught between classes by member Renee Smith, initiate Anne Chipley sings "La Marseillaisen while displaying French flag. ,-.A nv. C? fi. A ill 91 'i U I ff 27 iv Rf ,nv LEFT TO RICHT, FIRST ROYV: Nlrs, Finley tatlvisorl, Elaine- Teuton, Teresa Newton. FOURTH ROYV: Nlarion Cillilguid. Carson, Spencer Bt-dell. Jimmy Miller. SECOND HOW: Fred Leonard Sinnopoulos, Adrian Dovell. jimmy Fagan. Lannic Row- Eidsncss. Ted jones, Elizabeth Koger. Sarah Laessle. THIRD land. RONV: Helen Pittman, Budclv Harvey, Elizabeth Nielson, Snitlra JUNIOR LATIN CLUB struggles with Banquet Toga-Wrapping Hours were spent in learning toga-wrapping anticipate next year when they will command slaves. techniques in preparation for the Roman Banquetg being slaves was a new experience for these club members. Chaos was predominant as the slaves dashed from one place to another at the bidding of their mastersg although the evening was hectic, it was enjoyed by all. junior Latin Club members Organization and planning have been the key words for the Junior Latin Club. This new club was created this year as a branch of the Discipuli An- tiquorum, to interest first-year students in Latin. Nlystified senior club member Herbert Cilliland surveys attempt to convert masses of sheet into toga form for Fred Eidsness. -iw. Charter officers drawing up plans for junior Latin Club's lirst year's activities are Elizabeth Koger, treasurerg jimmy Miller, presidentg and Helen Pittman, vice-president. NOT PICTURED: Martha Putman, secretary. X. traub Pat Cale jrm Requi Xlrrrrnn Rhodes Frnrlx Srnsburx Betty Franks Nlrs Stevens rdxrsorl SECOND HOV Crrolxn Xvflgllt Sylxm Hrllyird Vrclxr Broun Prt Hettnxr Fdnr H unrlton Irene Faulkner Sherrr Adams Beth ja rn Collrns 'I HIHD HOXX YW Tennu luds Jones Frlncts Fubrnlts Crtlrx Bennett 101 11111 ROW Plttr Prtz Ann Lrchtcnxx rltcr T rtsr 'Newton Prttr Nllrg, Ieflnnlnc johnson F ye H rt Corrre Y n Xrldhursan B111 Etherrdge FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB publrshes 60 Student Drrectory Student drrectorres the most rmportant rtems for teenage telephone loungers were released to the student body after weeks of work by FT members These booklets lrstrng the names addresses, and phone numbers of all students and teachers were eagerly bought pros rdrng the club s marn rex enue At the annual Faculty Tea Future Teachers found opportunrtres rn the rnformal atmosphere to trllx to the GHS frcultx rbout the trrrls and fun of teachrnff Here and at regular meetrngs members drs cox ered new aspects of the teachrng pr ofessron anl reccrx ed trps of college course Sandwrches and cooltres bx the platcful tour the lrblr rt the Faculty Tea, as Cough NK .rdr Odom makc s hrs selectron Page One Hundred Seventy TZIICIUQ trmc out from tomprllng pages of Student Drrectorx to loolt rt c un ra officers lr ln Runolds hrstorr rn Dram T nnu 1 rplun Slnrrr -Kc x uce prcsrdr nt Nl rrshrr Bdrtlc X , an src 1 n . rr ru Y sntrt rr treasurer - V- - - v -- - . ' '43 . Q -- gg - f' " 3 ' , g VV, . Q ff? 1 f sf " I ,, 'I 4 ., . ur .1 L- A ' , " . -,, ' ' o 0 . Q . ,. N , J A P ' " A , K' X -N X A ' ' ,, I r 'Q ' 11 ". - ' " -W ' I 153 53 ' .a A S V 5' ' . I L ' Q: I ' . - ,I QU Hr, , f , , V 5. f 'S , 4. qv , Y V1 1' . A LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST RONV: Sandra McNeill. jason XYein- Marcia Bartley, Becki VVci1, Clurice Anderson, NOTITILI Scott, Dimm- jl . ', r, ,. ' .',fzA . 1 . .ll "1 rl ,ll 'ina' 'Y' ,Fa ' 1' ': ',T1'H'z'r"' ,la A "I Y. ' , ' "1 ' L , ' " ' , L f f", , 1 1 ' , F 1 ' Q , ll il , 4' 721 " ' , ' 7 ' 7 ' A l 1 1, , . U . . . I . y A . y V V I - f , 2 ' z 1' 1 'z ' C , . . , Q Q , D' 3 C . . l , l - . 1 - L 1 - ' x f f a . , - - , , , v - , - . 2 T' . ' 1' I SW 'V 1 - ' X NJ ww, Q Y, r as ,sf 'ft t I X , . It , n 'g ' ' -. ' w . , , . .X , , M are 3 - H 'A 1 'A ' v c rr Ya' 5 .' f ' . 11 ms, N I V k A i .N I , 'A - - 1 , 1 , ' ' 1 -P11 t, 'und Bill Htl - 'hug . - 't' jr- LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROVV: Juanita Adams, Ramona Frazier, Gavle Tussinger, Martha Lee, Sue Moratto, Martha Thomas. SECOND ROXV: Sandra McPhee, Carrol Barber, Ianet DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION "Mustard or catsupiy, was the question asked atthc successful Distributive Education Club,s Hal- loween Carnival hamburger booth. Florida tags sold by membcrs was anothcr of the ways by which the club raiscd money. Equally profitable for the com- munity was their assistance in the March of Dimes. VVeil, Pat Hammock, Betty Stinson, Don Mason, Vemard Brannen. THIRD ROVV: Rogers Aiton, David Vaughn, jesse Benton, David Van Allen, Larrv Nutt, Charles Andrews, VValter Iohns. CLUB sponsors Halloween booth 6'Early birtlu breakfasts at local restaurants and a banquet at which Mr. Talbot was the guest speaker highlighted the club,s social activities for the year. Thoroughly enjoyed by the members was a bowling party at Bowlero. The club is composed of DE students who must hold retailing jobs. gi kk N ,,,t,4.i,?, igwdg XYindow disH3lay is worked out by Rogers Aiton, Sandra Signs in background show whore David YanAllcn, orc-sidcntg Martha Lcc NfcPllce, anc Carol Barber who lcarn the techniques in vice-president: jam-t XYcil, treasure-rp and Ramona Prazicr, wcrctaryg hold retail selling. jobs. Page One Hundred Sevenvy4One r r I Menus, invitations, and guest speaker are thought through in banquet plans ' ' ' of officers Murray Teuton, presidentg David Cowart, sergeant-at-arms: Bill" Griggs, vice-president, Evelyn Melvin, secretaryg and Dede McDonald, Interest in chemistry and in making compounds lt-tl treasurer' Tommy XVebb to part-time employment at Tung Oils Incorporatei. DIVERSIFIED COOPERATIVE TRAINING CLUB holds banquet Employerimployee banquets helped Diversi- ed both the district and state conventions. fied Cooperative Training Club members become Being engaged in the Diversified Cooperative better acquainted with their employers. Breakfasts, Training program is one of the pre-requisites for en- held in the early morning before classes begin at7:3O, trance in the club. The only other requirement is enabled the club members to have informal social that the applicant be sixteen years old, the minimum gatherings. Also representatives from the club attend- age required by Florida law for employees. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROVV: jim Teague, Ieanette Thomas, Bobby Tillman, Bill Fagan, Ralph Morgan, Kenneth Beech Gaynelle Glover, Evelyn Melvin, Virginia Ketchem, Barbara THIRD ROXV: Wilbur Ford, David Cowart, Troy McMichen Maroney, Billy Griggs. SECOND ROW: Geri Green, Bill Bryant, Oliver Crown, Murray Teuton, john Allen, Bob Morley. Page One Hundred Seventy-Two 'M lp 'PSN Photographer catches the eyes of officers ,Indy XVhitc, x'ici--prvsideiitg and Irma Youngblood, president, while other officers Jack jenkins. sergeant-Lib armsg and Kathryn Price, secretary-treasiirerg ponder breakfast plans. Empty outlets are becoming scarce with the use of much new electric equipment, such as dietaphones and adding machines. COOPERATIVE BUSINESS EDUCATION CLUB holds breakfasts To promote growth and better understanding of trade, industrial, and distributive education in the school and the community is the purpose of the Cooperative Business Education Club. Through club breakfasts and an Employer-Employee Banquet which informs the employers of its functions, the club carries out this purpose. District and state con- ventions are also attended by representatives. Seniors only is one of the requirements for membership, while two credits in business subjects and an interest in the purpose and functions of the club are the only other two pre-requisites. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROYV: Mrs. YVilliams Cadvisorl, Stinson, Rene XYallace, Paula Norwood. THIRD ROVV: Harriet Dorothy O'Steen, Pam Nall, Betty jean Malphurs, judy XVhite, McDonald, Margaret Kittler, Ruth Ann Kelly, Connie Colden, Henrietta Pinho, Jack Jenkins. SECOND ROXV: Dorothy Mal- Pat jones, Irma Youngblood. Donna Taylor. phurs, Nancy XVarren, Io Alice Rowe, Kathryn Price, Lula Ann Poge One Hundred Seventy-Three V! FIRST ROVV, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sherrie Cibbs, re porterg Glenda O'Steen, treasurerg joy Golding, presi dent, Lizz Hubener, historian, Tebbs Conlv, class chair- mang Pat Mitchell. class secretary. SECOND ROXV: Mrs, Haber Cadvisorlg Patsy Graham, vice-president, Betty Dees, class chairmang Sandra Lay, class secretaryg Mary Ann XValker, secretary, Vicki Kinser, class secretary. GHS' FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA holds District meet Being hostess to the District 3 meeting was the big event of the year for GHS,s Future Homemakers of America chapter. This chapter, composed of all girls who take home economics, held meetings once a month during class periods. Each also had rep- resentatives on the executive council. I+' Completing terrace outside the Home Econom ics Department and replacing the department's liv ing room furniture were two of the important pro- jects of the F.H.A. Through its work with the mem- bers, F.H.A. developed one of its purposes, the en- couraging of careers in the field of home economics Leisurely floor mopping takes place as girls hold a general clean-up clay in Flower arranging. as demonstrated by Patsy Graham is preparation for district meetings which were held in home ec. department. OHS Of many P01Ut5 In table layout Dfactlced on thls Page One Hundred Seventy-Four model setting. A6 1 J . ii LEFT TO RICHT, FIRST ROXY: Donny Page, ViCt0r Moore, ROXV: Don Schenck, Dickie Cameron, Bobby johns, Bennette Charles Jones, Mr. Capo Cadvisorj. SECOND ROXV: Griff Mc- Poole, Ir., Richard Green. Swine, Richard XVorm, Dickie VVatson, Al Robinson. THIRD TRADE EDUCATIONAL CLUB hosts State Board Convention Being host to the State Executive Board Meet- ings was one of the major projects of the Trade Education Club. Representatives of the T.E.C. club attended the state convention. Participating in the C.H.S. Homecoming Parade was enjoyed by all of the club's members. The Engineers, Fair at the Uni- 'G' r I Plans for board meet are worked out by Dickie Cameron, sergeant-at-arms, Donald Schenck, vice-prcsidentg Richard XVorm, presidentg Bennette Poole, jr., state executive board member, and Charlcs jones, secretary-treasurer. f' QU" versity of Florida was visited by the members. To develop understanding and appreciation of technical training in the school and the community is the purpose of the T.E.C. club. All students en- gaged in vocational training are eligible for mem- bership in the club. ing buildings. Page One Hundred Seventy-Five Drawing and constructing figures such as those, Bobby johns and Charles Iones attempt leads toward design LEFT TO RICHT, FIRST ROVV: Mrs. Flanigan fadvisorl, Nancy Shannon, Barbara Feaster, Sherri Bertie, Mrs. Van Amam fadvisorl. SECOND ROXV: Mrs. Burns Cadvisorl, Barbara Maul- ! y Q 1 i I i I f din, Terry Primo, Elizabeth Acree, Virginia Blanton, Mrs. Put- nam fadvisorl. THIRD RONV: Renee Smith, Susan Bowman, Roberta Cale, Mattie Ann Lytles, Margaret VVebb, YVayne Norton. PARA-MEDICAL CLUB begins volunteer Work for hospital Starched green caps and immaculate green and White uniforms, which Para-Medical members made by themselves, were worn as they did volunteer Work at the Crippled Children's Clinic. Club mem- bers also prepared bandages for the Cancer Clinic and sponsored a cabin at the Sunland Training Cen- ter. Nurses, doctors, and technicians fomied the anel which dis- cussed mar? different medical professions befbre an audience of intereste students at an assembly program sponsored by the Para-Medical Club. Page One Hundred Seventy-Six Sponsoring an assembly program to inform the student body of the various medical fields was the major project of the Para-Medical Club this year. A panel consisting of eminent local medical personnel answered questions about different medical profes- sions and study requirements in each field. T "wi S'f Discussing the best method of cutting out the cap pattern for hospital workers are Jerry Blackman, historian, Sherri Bertie, vice-presidentg and Mattie Ann Lytles, president, as club member Roberta Cale watches. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROXV: Jeanne Brown, Julie Gehan, Kathy Robinson, Ioyce Iohnson, Billy XVells, Adair Garrett, Peggy Campbell, Cherie Jenkins, George Bicknell, Mimi john- son, Marifrances Barron, Judy Fagan. SECOND ROVV: Sheryll Andrews, Anna Marie Bochette, Myra Pringle, Patty Drehlow, Neville Laughon, Tom XVakefield, Bruce Larson, DeLois VVil- Choraliers, and Melodettes' During the year Melodettes, the most select specialty group for girls in the Chorus, were much sought after for entertainment by local organizations as well as performances for school activities. , Wei 'I liams, Sandy Comins, jean Hanna, Suzanne Martin, Sharon Kuitert, Sherry Johnson, jackie Sue Fulwood. THIRD ROW: Carol Boycs, Teresa Newton, Judy Rasmussen, Celia Ford, Mel- vin Philpot, jimmy Lee, jay Morrison, Karen Trendler, Linda jones, Sandra Haufler, Talka Lupkiewitcz. songs are starred at concert Newly formed freshman division of the Chorus, Clxoraliers performed during the Christmas program in addition to several concerts. Experience thus gained will be used in the Mixed Chorus next year. Q l Y A If ', I I yy ..,, gp , 5, v r F if f I rl- . at f I ,,,s 1 2 E tw it 1 A X --.- ' . it zeif' I A-' rv , 1 4: , I' biz 4. ' LEFT TO RIGHT, INIELODETTES: Sandra Smith, Mattie Lytles, Martha Putnam, Luci Lee, Carol McDowall, Nancy Gay, Gayle McLane, joy Priem, LaVeme Villeneuve, Frances Eubanks. Page One Hundred Seventy-Seven 1 LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROV Ioy Colding DIIHHW. Oliver SXlNll Hillw 1I'Cl Plllll Norwood Ilne Wright Evelyn H'1nna NI1ry Let Johnson Cll'OlXII Thorpe B111 Hugely Bill Pige Jim Rtqui R1ch1rcl Ron Robert N16-ide Frm Petem Fred Sllmon Iudx Br1ll Cltncl1 Tillis Lynne Husstll B1rb1r1 lwuttr SECOND ROV C1I'Ol Citchpole Lorr'11ne Sc'1les Cornelii Hirroll SVlNl1 Pirlts Sllldfl Smith D1le Nlidgette Dixu Erlclx lox Pritm Cuim Sims Cule NlcL1ne Frank Creen jim Hwrrison Bucky Elwood Steve Doggett Eleanor Broome Helen Sneeringer Deloree Elwood Sindra Swmford El1z1heth Powell Jean D1v1s THIRD ROV C'1rolyn Ridgell Pitsv Seav Glenda Xioon Bcttx Xiorris P1t Poolf Nlirv Nnu Sulln in C1rol NIcDow Ill K1y Grey Inna Creen Eddie VV'1rcl Brute Dorsev Robert Hesttr Dfuid Brntoe Hugh Hirllng Al Robinson Luther HlKlSOCk Dick Elwood 'Nemcv Giy Barbara Pullen XIIITII Girr Irene Fqulkner Frqnces Eubanks Fave Annual concert of HURRICANE SINGERS and MIXED NX Officers ure Curol NIC-Dowxill, vice prvsicla-utg E11-uuor Broome. prrwirlvulq As Chorus director,NIrs.KI11rpliree-11115 mot great rm-N Guvlc McLane, treasurer: Chris XVillii1ms, luisim-ss iiiguiugcrg lillxvvflll' ponse to thc nc-w' choral progrzuu during hor two Villeneuve, secretary. years at GHS. Page One Hundfeci Seventy-Eight z 4? , , X . ,Z f Sgr' W fa A za: - r ,ag , I nf ,E 4 , 1 Q , T f Q ir 2 53 -I at fi 4 an Qi 1, Q iq v 'J Ei ,K 1. .muizlsf Hart. FOURTH ROVV: Marilyn Robbins, Ann Durrance, Mattie Lytles, Patti Richards, Jeannine johnson, Carolyn Whitehead, Luci Lee, Connie Robinson, Robbi Flanagan, Bill Creenman, Mell Bishop, Chris VVilliams, Harold Kee, Tim Love, Marion Hunt, Mallory Ieffords, LaVeme Villeneuve, Priscilla Sheffield, Nathalie Bessette, Marie Seay, Judi Jones, Martha Wirth, Iackie Mott. Piano: Martha Putnam, Leslie Threatte. CHORUS features Broadway Cavorting through rowdy dance steps, Eleanor Broome and her "Honey Bunn brought down the house in the Chorus, fall production of songs and scenes from Broadway. Besides these, "South Pa- cific" was well represented by haunting renditions of "Bali Haif, "Younger Than Springtimef' and many others. Also well done was the Chorus, interpretation of "My Fair Ladyf' given at the same performance. Eliza was finally taught to speak without a cockney accent amid 'iVVhy Can,t the English Teach Their Children How to Speaki' and "I Could Have Danced All Nightf, Superb was the word for the entire pro- gram. Stirring selections from the "Messiah" high- lighted the annual Christmas program presented by the combined choruses. A candlelight procession of carolers opened the presentation, which was en- thusiastically received at all the assemblies. Both moving hymns and merry carols were combined in a very delightful Yuletide gift from the Chorus. S- Aloof and seemingly disinterested, Dale Nlidgctte, Eliza, Wkiils for her beau Marion Hunt, Freddie, to finish singing in My Fair Lady. Pipes and bottles make an appearance as jini Harrison, Kiel Bisl and Bill Page gather around a fire on a cold, damp London ni ht N 88 Weeks of practice in preparation for District Leaving for all-state, leaving for state and dis- trict contests, leaving for concerts . . . orchestra members traveled farther and played for more peo- ple than ever before. Consisting of 12 orchestra members, the all-state representatives attended the Clinic Festival Concert in Tampa. There, members learned of new ideas and techniques in music. As well as customary fall and spring concerts, members performed at various elementary schools, at assembly programs, and in competition at state and district contests with high ratings. Trips and projects for year are planned by officers Martha Reaves, President, Mary Bennett, Social Chairman, Naomi Mc- Donnell, Treasurer, Maryanne Awtrey, Publicity, and Sherrie Sanders, Secretary. Mazes of chairs, stands and the syachronized flashing of bows back and forth across the strings hid members as they play at concert. Page One Hundred Eighty LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROVV: Martha Reaves, Mary Ben- nett, Iohn Tallman, Betty Franks, Pat Keeter, janet Greene, Dorothy Cole, Sherrie Sanders. SECOND ROW: Allan Powell, Tommy VVilliams, Terry Greene, Pat Mitchell, Ann Pierson, Instruments as well as suitcases pose problems when taking trips, as Ida McAliley and Florence Beaves discover when leaving for All-State. 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A ', . rr n r ' - in 2 S 3 l W i 3 u Q 2 e , . l 0 . 'if lil . gi LEFT TO RIGHT: Sandy Francisco, Peggy Warren, jane Powell, Margaret Goff, and Beth Meadows. MAIORETTE routines remain favorite feature at Glittering costumes, batons, and high white fecting of their various routines. Special effort is boots may be symholical of majorettes, but many placed on the planning and executing of their per- hours of practice and hard work go into the per- formance for state and district contests. High red silk hats, long red gloves, and white costumes, worn in the Homecoming Parade are featured by JoNez Love, Sandy Francisco, Dorian Post, Peggy Warren, and Beth Meadows. Co-heads Beth Meadows and Yancy Harris led the 1960 Majorettes through their routines. if fins S 1 9 -, g r. Q Q 3 in f 5 A s ii l Z Ei i ? i S E 3 l 3 1 l E f f i X1 5 4 1 if . 2 15 I I l L . . wr is 4 , ' X s l 1 i 4 . 5 4 Q LEFT TO RIGHT: Yancy Harris, Dorian Post, joNez Love, Carol Sue Ward, and janet Allen. football half-time shows, special pep rallies -5 Q, Bright gold-sequined costumes emphasized by sequined boot tops and gold hs-adbzamls set off Yancy Harris, Janet Allen, Carol Sue YVard, and jane Powell. NOT PICTURED. Margaret Coff. Chatting and primping Dorian, Peggy, joNez, and Sandy relax after practicing routines. 'P LEFT T0 RICHT, FIRST ROXV: Sharon Fagan, Ming Preodor, Ann Iioberts, Dianna Oliver. Carolyn Thorpe, Pam Sanders, Dot- tie Howse, Mrs- VVestmoreland tadyisorl. SECOND IIONY: Pau ANNUAL STAFF fights ret Proofs, picas, and pictures proved a challenge to the 1960 Annual Staff as they put to work the techniques learned at summer journalism camps and conferences. XVorking space was the most welcome change with the addition of A-I2 to their original ai ea in the office visual aids room and darkroom. McKean, Judy Crcy, Candy Vestal, Elizabeth Powell, Ann johnson, Carry Ash, I.inda Cvles, Maryanne Awtrev. THIRD HOXY: lean " Roberts, Pat Poole, Mary Ellen XVolfe. Cay Hunter, Patti Mliiig, George Swinford, Bill Hartman, Bob Adams akes, picas, bleeds, and retakes Moments to remember cropped up everywhere as the photographers worked with their new elec- tronic flashes, the editors picked up darkroom tech- niques, and the nationis displaced persons list grew by leaps and bounds. occasions, including Staff language rose to fit the positive, deficit, and proofs. 'tub' Disbelieving, photographers Bob Adams Eye-catching leads are pooled his edi- Mound of pictures grows as Bill Miller. and Richard Irwin examine the blank tors Dottie Howse, clubs: XYinsL photography editor, Maryanne Awtrey, bus- negatives handed to them by distraught Preodor, copyg Mary Ellen XYolfe. iness manager, and Page McKean, editor- editors Bill Hartman, sports: and Ann associate, as they rewrite copy. in-chief, rush madly through deadlines. Johnson, class. Page One Hundred Eighty-Six LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROYV: Barbara Behnke, Mary Lewis, Glenda Collins, Glenda Brunson, Ioyce Tavolar, Dottie Pearl. SECOND ROVV: Sandi Goins, Gay Harper, Diane Perryman, Alice Graham, Edwinna Nlurphey, Toni Fields, Maryanne Awtrey. HURRICANE HERALD STAFF THIRD RONV: Terry Primo, Shirley Hardison, Sheila Hartman, Iudy Mc-Kinney, Pat Sneeringcr, Nancy Boerner, Gilbert Stapel- ton. FOURTH ROXV: Patti Pitz, Marilyn Pralle, Ronnie YValker, Steve Gaddum, Kendall Blanchard, Chip YVester, Bryan Grigsby. issues special editions in color Bills and typing keep business manager Maryanne Awtrvy and editor- in-chief Marilyn Pralle busy, as advisor Nlrs. XVestmorel.uid vxalcln-s. Final step before sending the paper off to the printer is paste ups. done by Mary Lewis, Terry Primo, Chip NVQ-ster. and Gilbert Stapelton. "EJ Red type on green paper was the big surprise in store for GHS students when they received the Christmas edition of the Hurricane Herald, first to be issued in color. These special editions in color, along with new columns and extra pages, are a few of the new features of this yearis Herald. Paste, papers, and rulers cluttered tables as staff members did the paste-ups. In order to better understand the mechanics involved in printing a newspaper, students visited XVoods Printing Com- pany in Ocala, where they learned the different techniques used in the off-set linotype printing. :XL ffl lu XQUUJI x M55 To X lj: 'fn V ve, 1 X E ? 8 U"l I8 .8 '- sl Ov ws 4' . M ,,,,,,.. ADVERTISING 7,576 new businesses lighfing up our area are signs of fhe sfeady influx of frade info Gainesville. Increasing our adverfising re- flecfs flve greaf commercial and indusfrial growfh of our commuify and sfafe. Have a Coke GAINESVILLE COCA COLA PQOLE-GABLE MOTORS DODGE - slMcA - DODGE TRUCKS BOTTLING CDMPANY H9 S E N Avenue Gamesv Ile Flor da S 8. M WHAT A BURGER FAGAN S BOOTERY O FR 6 6356 THE L 8. L MEN S SHOP W FR 65611 MANAR0 5 GATE CITY The Fmest m ltalran Cooking MATTRESS 8' CARPET WORKS INC 'Q Call the Slumber Number Hawthorne Road FR 2 044l 818 West Umverslty Avenue B 8. G MOTOR CO INC Your Authorized CADILLAC and OLDSMOBILE Dealer at x vn0"t , 1- fl 19 Q6 'UV In Galnesvllle ut s the FLORIDA gan- , u S :QQ-zfgffmzagfl II5 S. E. 2nd Street FR 6-7515 A 81 W RUDT BEER If You Drlve Drunk A 8. W Root Beer 2307 N W I3th Street HOME BUILDERS SALES AGENCY SAVINGS SERVICE SATISFACTION 1207 West Unlverslty Avenue Gamesvllle Florida A X Dm: 'WEEK I Plus Free Gifts With TV Stamps FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT GAINESVILLE ,ff-A :H-'M .ff-"""'-M ,'Q1f'ui-13 IN M lisa Mhrll M Member of Florlda Nahonal Group of Banks Member of Federal Deposnf Insurance Corporcmon Member of Federal Reserve System COMPLETE FRIENDLY BANKING SERVICE CHESNUT S PARTY FAVORS WEDDING INVITATIONS PICNIC SUPPLIES ART AND CRAFT MATERIALS PICTURE FRAMES 'I06 W Unlverslfy Ave FR 2 8421 Gainesville Florida WALTER WYNN S AMOCO SERVICE Amoco T N W I3Ih FR 66939 THE FASHION SHOP READY TO WEAR Bobble Brooks Jonathan Logan I5 W Umversnty Ave FR 6 5379 LEWIS JEWELRY CO. "GAINESVILLE'S LEADING JEWELERS' FOR OVER A QUARTER CENTURY 200 W. Umversify Ave. Phone FR 2 4106 DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVER ,Sw-""' I ' ,, A-.1 M-,.,,.,-4- F, A ' ...fir 'NC A 5 . 40 if M, ,-,-- Q A A ,, MMM- . ,A ' I , ' Mya, ,,,, J ,Z in 4 Y Mwrim 1 It A I " A A ' Fu ' . . za A ? . ' , - if " I I I I n ' THE MUSIC CENTER GAINESVILLES MOST COMPLETE MUSIC HEADQUARTERS """'--. THE MELODY MART INC GRIDLEY MUSIC CO INC FR 6 7971 1021 West Umverslty Avenue FR 2 4032 1023 1025 West Umverslty Avenue CHERRY S Gcunesvllles Fmest Dress Shop FEMININE APPAREL COSTUME JEWELRY 105 W Umverslty Ave FR 6 6348 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GAINESVILLE COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Established 1888 BUILT ON SERVICE BAMBI MOTEL COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED SWIMMING POOL TELEVISION AND RADIO RESTAURANT The Place to Stop AII Year Around 2119 SW 13th Street FR 6 2622 MclcDONALD GRESHAM YOUR DOWNTOWN STORE 12 West Umversuty Ave. FR 2 2558 ll I ,, I A alfa N tr: Vw' 6' ,h - ,A 1-HQQ- Q, I-1 T "- 1- ,,,, - . U H' U I ,, so El F 'Was ,E W. -eu' ., V , O O, I I ll ' ' I v ll lndustrlal Savings Bank of Gainesville "Securlty Begins Wrth Savings" Member Federal Deposrt Insurance Corporation 33 NORTH MAIN STREET PHONES FR 2 4373 FR 2 'I447 THE PERSONALITY SHOP 8 East Unrversaty Avenue Phone FR 6 6056 VIDAL DRUG 'I02 East Unrversrty Avenue Phone FR 2 8594 HOLIDAY INN 'Your Host from Coast to Coast RESTAURANT SWIMMING POOL TELEVISION A PHONE IN EVERY ROOM FR 23311 1900 SW 13th Street THE VARIETY STORE Your Vlctor Dealer A Complete Lune of STEREO PLAYERS TELEVISION TAPE RECORDERS RADIOS 'We Servrce What We Sell FR 6 5348 7 SE Ist Avenue I I I I 2 LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR - SHOES YOUR DEPENDABLE DRUGGIST PAT PARKER FRANCISCO MOTEL DRESSES - READY-TO-WEAR AAA All SIZES AIR-CONDITIONED - TILE BATHS 401 W. University Ave. FR 2-4421 2307 S.W. 13th Street FR 2-2045 JACK 8. JILL INC Home of Fme Toys and Fme Yarns" 625 West Unlverslty Avenue Phone FR 66161 COOKS SHOES INC Where Quahfy Excels WE SHOE THE FAMILY 102 W Umverslty Ave FLORIDA PHARMACY Where Pharmacy Is A Profession DRIVE IN PHARMACY SERVICE COMPLETE DRUG STORE SERVICE ERNEST L AND CHARLOTTE CAMPBELL Phone FR 22523 Ga e Ile Flo a I 0 I I 0 Phone FR 6-6945 - in svi , rid WILSON S fix, ff, MQ W-f' 22 E Unlverslty Ave Phone FR 67591 WILLIAMS THOMAS FUNERAL HOME 404 N Mom Street Gcnnesvulle Flo PIGGLY WIGGLY Locally Owned and Operated by FRED BORLAND YOUR COMPLETE FOOD STORE 521 NW 13th Street Gamesvnlle Remember If Its Fashlon In Fabric It's At GILBERGS, INC THE HOUSE OF 1000 FABRICS 109 West Umverslty Avenue Phone FR 2 2721 ARNOLD REALTY HOMES FARMS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT APPRAISAL SERVICE INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 1119 W Umverslty Ave FR 2 3522 l ' j ., 1 ' 4 f I A . . .xl 5 . . . . 0 I - I , . , . . 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THE SOCIETY Tigger Me-Roo Piglet Ka nga Eeyore Wol Heffalump More People Drlve Chevrolets Than Any Other Car' More Vaue That's Why UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET COMPANY 215 S E 1st Street FR 67581 BLANCH S Home of the Young Look nn Sportswear THIRHU JAC A so L X WOMEN S APPAREL Suzes 5 to 20 an BLANCH S Where Smart Styling Is Created 311313 N W 13th Street Phones FR 2 1581 FR 6 5997 FREE PARKING PARKER S COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFI1TERS SALES SERVICE RENTALS On All Makes of Machmes and Equupment 601 West Umversuty FR 2 2555 MIKE S NEWS AND BOOK STORE 116 S E 1st Street FR 2 4401 L 8. L MENS SHCP J THE CIRCULATING oo HART SCHAFFNER 8. MARX GRIFFON CLOTHES FLORSHEIM SHOES ROBLEE SHOES ARROW SHIRTS JANTZEN SPORTS WEAR 13 West Unlversnty FR 6 5611 NEWSPAPER wnshes to thanks nts staff Herbert Gllllland and Lea Gramlung Eds an Chuef Darnell Rhea and Bull Arnett Assoclate Eds Davud Goan Maryanne Awtrey Mc Kean 81 Threatte Contrubutors .hm Kolarnk 81 Mlkl Sales I B . II . . . f ,S 'fb . fi d fg "WHERE TO BUY IT" ,,f I ' it' BEAUTY SALON K, y .I I I I Abbey Nell 134 153 182 Abrams Fran 145 Abrams Wllllam Marlon Acree Elrzabeth 124 176 Acree Davld 124 Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Donald 124 Juanlta Ellzabeth Nancy 88 134 164 Erwm 134 Bob 84 96 114 157 186 Adams Sandra 134 Adams Sherrl 39 94 124 158 164 170 Adklns Lols 134 Adklns Mlnnle Lou Not Plctured Adklnson Dane 19 94 145 Ahrano Cary 96 183 Ahrano Ahrens Ahrens Alton Allee Allen udy 134 154 167 etty 124 Pat 96 Rodgers 171 Rlchard 96 Pat 124 164 I IJIEIK Benton Jesse Lanler 171 Benton Wllllam S Not Prcture Bertlz Sherry 124 152 163 164 166 176 Bessctte Nathalle 134 154 163 165 168 178 Bevllle Davxd 145 BLVIS4 Evelyn 98 160 163 Branchl Pat 134 Blgelow Susan 145 Blshogm Nlell 98 178 179 Blshop Bobby 65 124 Blshop Howard 90 134 Black Joann 124 Blackburn Clarlce 134 Blackman Jeraldean 98 161 162 Blaln Larry 145 183 Blalock Robert 145 Blanchard Kendall 98 166 187 Blanton V1rg1nla 125 166 176 Blossom Kathy 134 164 167 Blount Sarah 134 Boals Cllff 84134 Bochette Anna Marle 145 Boemer Nancy 98187 Bowers Susan 88 135 166 Allen Janet 47 96 98 152 162 185 Allen ohn 96 172 Allen enneth 134 167 183 Allen Tom 96 105 Altamlrano George Not Plctured Ambrose Cynthla 124 183 Andgason Clarlce 96 165 168 Anderson Frank 91 145 Anderson Carl 80 89 94 Bohannon Sandl 134 Bolton Botlon Botlon Boone Bosque Bostlck Boston Emerson 91 145 Frances 125 Alton 99 Dorls 125 158 VIVIBH 135 161 166 Bemle 135 Shlrley 125 134 160 Anderson lm 134 155 Anderson ohn 134 Anderson P:-nge 80 81 94 95 96 160 1 2 Anderson RIC 91 145 Andrews Bren a 134 141 Andrews Charles 171 Anthony Dee 145 183 AYIZZI Arleen 96 Botts lNancy 125 Bovee Frances 24 125 154 7 Bowman Susan 125 176 Boyd LaRue 84145 Boyette Vlrglnxa 145 Boyles Shelton 84 99 157 Brabham Tommy 125 181 Brannen Vemard 125 171 Brannen Marsha 135 Bnll Jud 80 94 135 Fackender Douglas Not Plctured Armstrong Brad 124 Amett Blll 97114155 Arnow Ann 124 152 Arrlngton Elalne 97 158 Ash Garry 6 84 87 124 159 186 Awtrey Magfanne 6 49 97 112 163 1 4 180 181 186 187 Ayers Sharon 124 Baber Pat 124 Bache Blll 97 155 Ba gett Dot 97 Bal Rosalyn 134 Banlster Joe 124 136 16 178 Brlstowe Davld 56 64 90 125 178 Brogdon Jlm 125 Bronson Kathryn 99 Brooker Kenneth 125 Brooker Rlchard 135 Broome Eleanor 19 48 49 99 114 156 163 165 178 Brothers Llnda 135 158 164 67 Brower Charles 145146 Brower John 99 Brown Brown Brown Brown Bruce eff 1 35 oan 125 Martha 1 35 Vlckl 125 1 70 Sylvla 135 Brunson Glenda 125164 187 Brunson Martlna 99 Brunson Budd 145 Bryant Bullard Blll 1 5 172 Donald 135 Barber Carol 97 171 Barkley Blll 64 65 68 97 Barlow Bam es Bamett Hubert 145 Kenneth Warren Not Plctured Irvlng Eugene Not PlCfUl'6d Bartlett Betsy 124182 Barron Bartley Bartley Marlfrances 145 177 Niarcla 97 170 Susan 134 165 Bass George 91 145 Bass Patsy 145 Bass Bea 124 Bausghan Jane Ann 54 94 124 Baxley John 142 Baynard Bob 134 Beach Kenneth 98172 Beaty Blll 98162 Cameron Dlckle 135175 Beckenbach Jay 54 55 124 163 164 166 Bedell Spencer 145 168 181 Be gs Larry 181 Be ke Barbara 98 187 Bell Carolyn 124 Beltz Joyce 124 160 163 Bennett Cathy 143 166 170 Bennett Joe 84 87 134 5 Bennett M 38 94 98 119 162 1861181 Bennett Blll 84 90 94 134 153 Benggnger Chrls 124 159 165 Benson Woody 64 67 98 153 Benson sway 64 124 152 Benton A1V1h 145 Bullock Mlke 91 145 Bullock Jlm 64 78 99 Burgess Ed 135 183 Burgess Gary 99 182 183 Burgess Norman 145 Bumette Pat 125 Bumham Cllff 135 Burton Robert 145 Burton Vlrgrnla 99 Bush Charles 125 Bussard Barbara 125 165 Bussard Charles 99 183 Butler Llnda 99 160 164 Byrd Dan 135 Cake Barbara 125 164 Calhoun Tommy 51 64 84 Campbell Art 41 80 90 135 153 Campbell Charles 51 65 79 99 153 166 Campbell George 14 77 84 88 Campbell Kathy 99 Campbell Peggy 146 177 Campbell Stuart 65 6 79 99 153 166 Cannon Llnda Gall 125 Cannon Matt 135 Capo Marsha 100154 A Z .. 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"- . . . f', -Q',', f 2 5, , 3, '- ,f ', I 1 , 1 - -- -,, nl'-'i d Clayton Pat 100 Coker Sandra 135156 Cole Dorothy 181 Coleman Buddy 84 125 157 COlllIl5 Colllns Colllns Colllns Colllns Combs Betty Jean 125 168 170 Bobby 91 146 Glenda 100 187 Larry 65 100 157 Nancy 135 Gerry 64 68 84 125 166 Comlns Conerly Conley Conner Conner Cooey Sandy 146 177 Eddle 146 Tebbs 135 174 Brll 65 100 153 'viatt 153 Vlary Lou 100 Cook Barbara 125 156 164 Cook Larry 135 Coolldge John 64 84 125 Coulter Lee 135 Courtney John 135 Cowan Cowan Cowart Cowart Cowles Cecll 146 CCCl1lB 125 Davld 1 00 172 Tommy 1 35 Edward 1 35 165 Cox Clara 135158 Cox John Crane Lee 135 166 Crawford Pamela 100 160 167 Crawford Robert 135 Crelghton Judy 80 135 166 Creghton Mamle 110 116 154 1 1 162 166' Crews SUSIC 135 Crlbb Dons 135 Crlst Ronnle 101 Crlswell Mary Lou Crockford Sandy 135 Croft Bully 146 Crosby Crosby Crown Crown Crown Cruce Jesse 135 Nlarshall 4 8 125 Howard 125 Robert 1 36 Ollver 1 01 1 72 Owen 146 Culhreth Irwm 136183 Dlxon Fred 126 Dlxon Randy 80101155 Doggett Steve 101 178 Donaldson Sally 101 164166 Donalson Llnda 101 154 162 165 167 Dorsey Bruce 125 157 178 Dougherty Dorothy 146 Dougherty Terry 146 Douglas Larry Joe Not Plctured Douthlt Steve 126157162 Dovell Adrlan 1684126 159 166 169 Dowllng Charles 101 Drake Ty 79 Dreblow Patty 146177 Drew Don 136 Dukes Annette 146 Duncan Dorothy 136 Durrance Ann 126160165 154 178 Dusenbury Rlchard 125 159181 Dykes Ballous 138 Dykes Sharon 101 Eamest Aletha Sue Not PlCfll.l'Ed Easters Eamest Not Plctured Eaton Slnclalr 136 Eckdahl Al Not Plctured Eddy DIXIE 102 164 178 Edson Chrls 20 126 159 162 167 Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Eldsn ess Hugh 157 Katherlne 136 Llbby 136 Rocky 136 Sandra 94 126 152 Fred 136 184 165 Ellls Lambert 102 Ellls Reed 39 128126 159 167 Cllnha Becky 125 160161 Curlngton Floyd 101 Curry Susan 125 Carawa Ollle 146 Carr Nlml 125154161 164166178 Carroll Pete Not Plctured Carson Elalne 135169 Carter Nancy 125 Carter Glona 135 Carter Sybll 100154183 Cason Sue 135 Lass Judy 182 Caswell Glenna 135 Catchpole Carolee 178 Cellon Don 146 Chambers Jean 125154 Chambers Joan 88 Chanaberlln Lmda 89 134 135 Chambless Sharon 135167 Chatterton Dayle 100154 164 Cheves Ray 135 Chlapplnl Llnda 135 156 Chlpley Anne 125 158 162 Clark Davld 146 Clark Fred 125 182 Clark Ronnle 125 157 Dale Sharon 136 Dana Barbara 125 Dauphme J 136 Darus Davls Davls Davrs Davls Davls Davls DBVIS DSVIS Bettle ue 136 Cllfton 65 84 101 Don 136 Emylen Not PlCfuI8d Loule 146 ean 125 ane 101 160 178 Martha 101 152 163 P3h'1Cl3 12 Deardorff Paul 136 Elmore James 136 Elmore Mary 136 Elwood DICKIC 136 178 Elwood Bucky 27 126 178 Emst Barbara 125 156 164 Emst Janet 94135 156 Etherldge Blll 82 102 170 Etherldge Jerry 146 Etherldge John 126 Eubanks Frances 94 136 165 170 177 178 Evans Glorla Jean 182 Evans Jerry 82102 Fagan Blll 126172 Fagan Jlmmy 126 159 169 Fagan Judy 146 177 Fagara Sharon 126 133 152 Fanrcloth James 126 Faulkner Irene 102 163 164 170 178 Faxon Donna 136 Feaster Barbara 136 176 178 Feely Bob 51 64 102 Felber James 41 80 102 Felber John 136 Felder Jerry 21 103159 Fender Fennell Betty 137 Bob 94 103 159 Ferguson Judy 126 Femandez Armando Not Pldufi FBITEZZI Nan 103152 Flelds Tony 9 103 163 Flka Flo 137 Fltzgerald Van 103 Flage Lanny 146 Flagg Laura 103 Flanagan Robbl 126 154 165 Dees Betty 136114 DeHoop Ellsabeth 146 DeHoop Herman 101 Dekle Jennle 136 154 165 167 181 182 Denney Kay 8389136 161 166 galmant Steven 26 136 153 Dlcks Joe 136 Flemmg Flemlng Fletcher Fletcher Flowers Flovs ers David 146 Gary 103 Helen 126 lnarae 89 137 152 ean 126 64 ohnny 64 Folker oe 126 Ford A fred Not Plctured Page Two Hundred Three 65 Ford Sandra 126138 Ford Wllhur Larl 172 Fostu' Conme Not Pxctured Fowl r Curtis 91 146 Fox Rick 126 Francisco Sandy 103152163 165 184 185 Franks Betty Ann 170181 Fraver Lee 103155 Prauer Raymona 103171 Free Harvey 126 Frerklng Niartha 146 Frcrkmg Roland 137 Frlerson Mark 126 Fnese Paul 137 Fnstne Charles 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